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ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE

2011 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

March 4-7, 2011 - The Tsongas Center - Lowell, Massachusetts

OPENING ROUND

QUARTERFINALS

SEMIFINALS

CHAMPIONSHIP

#1 SEED #8 SEED

GAME5 - 12:00PM

GAME1 - 12:00PM

#9 SEED

GAME9 - 12:00PM

#4 SEED #5 SEED

GAME6 - 2:30PM*

GAME2 - 2:30PM*

A-10 CHAMPION

#12 SEED

GAME 11 - 5:00PM

#2 SEED #7 SEED

GAME7 - 5:00PM

GAME3 - 5:00PM

#10 SEED

GAME 10 - 2:30PM*

#3 SEED #6 SEED

GAME8 - 7:30PM*

GAME4 - 7:30PM*

#11 SEED *Game will not start before published times; teams are guaranteed at least a 20-minute warm-up


FLYER QUICK FACTS > QUICK FACTS Name of School: ......................... University of Dayton Location: .......................................... Dayton, Ohio Enrollment: ................................................ 7,700 Founded: .................................................... 1850 President: ................................. Dr. Daniel J. Curran VP/Athletic Director: .............................Tim Wabler Athletics Web Site: ........................ DaytonFlyers.com Nickname: .................................................. Flyers Colors: ................. Red (PMS 200) & Blue (PMS 288) Home Court/Capacity: ............... UD Arena/13,409 Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division I Conference:...........................................Atlantic 10

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ........Jim Jabir (Narazeth College/1984) Record at School (years):.............115-103 (7 years) Overall Record (years): ........... 335-326 (23 years) Associate Head Coach: Kyle Rechlicz (Wisconsin, ‘03/4th Season at UD) Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator: Angie Russell (Eastern Illinois, ’00/2nd Season at UD) Assistant Coach Adeniyi Amadou (IUP, ’08/1st Season at UD) Director of Basketball Operations: Amanda Fischer (Dayton, ‘10/1st Season at UD) Video Coordinator: Frank Goldsberry (Ball State/8th Season at UD) Assistant Director of Basketball Operations: Louise Oess Jones (Dayton, ‘94/2nd Season at UD) Administrative Assistant:....................... Linda Waltz Basketball Office Phone: ................... 937-229-4447

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Record:................................................25-8 A-10 record/finish: ....................................11-3/2nd All-Time Record.........................................618-516 All-Time Conference Record: ......................103-129 A-10 Championship Record (appearances): .9-15 (15) NCAA Tournament Record (appearances): ....... 1-1 (1) Last:....................................... 2010, Second Round *NCAA Division I - Dayton was the 1979-80 Division II AIAW National Champion, and 1978-79 AIAW National Runners-Up. Starters Returning/Lost: ................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ......................... 14/1

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATION Assistant SID/WBB Contact: ................Krystal Warren Office Phone: .................................. 937-229-5240 Cell Phone:...................................... 937-269-5665 Fax: ............................................... 937-229-4461 E-Mail:.......................... warrenkk@notes.udayton.edu Press Row Phone: ............................ 937-449-2855

NOTES >> Dayton returns four starters from the squad that advanced to the NCAA Second Round last year. >> The 2009-10 University of Dayton women's basketball team experienced one of its best seasons in history, finishing the year with a 25-8 overall mark, tying the school record for wins since becoming a Division I program. >> The Flyers made their fourth ever and third straight postseason appearance; 2010 was the first NCAA Division I Tournament for the program and the Flyers advanced to the Second Round with an 18-point comeback victory over TCU. >> Dayton defeated its first ever Top 10 team, knocking off No. 10 Michigan State in its season opener. >> The Flyers appeared, for the first time in program history, in the AP and USA Today/ESPN Top 25 polls. >> UD went 11-3 in Atlantic 10 action and earned the No. 2 seed in the tournament, its highest ever. >> Dayton had a school record five players earn Atlantic 10 accolades. >> The Flyers graduated just one player, A-10 Second Team selection Kendel Ross, and added the OHSBCA Ohio Division I Player of the Year Cassie Sant for the 2010-11 season. >> Senior captain Kristin Daugherty is back for her final year with the Red & Blue. A three-time all-conference performer, she was third for the Flyers in scoring (9.6 ppg). >> Three of Dayton’s five starters from the 2009-10 season will be juniors this year; two-time scoring leader and two-time Atlantic 10 All-Championship selection Justine Raterman (12.9 ppg); A-10 All-Defensive selection Casey Nance (64 blocks) and point guard Patrice Lalor, who led the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.9). >> Head Coach Jim Jabir, a finalist for the Kay Yow National Coach of the Year award, is five victories from becoming the all-time winningest coach in UD women’s basketball program history.

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2010-11 University of Dayton women’s basketball media guide is a publication of the UD Athletics Communication Office. Produced, designed and written by Krystal Warren. Editorial assistance from Jim Jabir, Kyle Rechlicz, Angie Russell and Amanda Fischer. Additional assistance from: Matt Haar, Jose De La Vega, Hanna Griffin, MacKenzie Harrington, Sam Fell, Gianina Alagia, Mikaela Maddock, Lauren Jabir and Daniel Eiser. Photos courtesy of Erik Schelkun (Elsestar Images), Timothy Boone (Avalon Communications), Leon Chuck (PressBox Images), Seth Iiames (UD), Krystal Warren (UD), Tim Zechar, Larry Burgess (UD Public Relatinos), Nick Falzerano, UD Archives, John Moreau (UD), Ron Alvey (Dayton Daily News), Jim Witmer (Dayton Daily News), John Plassenthal, Brett Hansbauer, Norvelle Kennedy, Keith Currie.


NCAA EXPERIENCE > SECOND ROUND >


FLYERS WIN FIRST NCAA GAME IN PROGRAM HISTORY WITH 18-POINT COMEBACK OVER TCU >


FLYER SUCCESS >


FLYER STRENGTH >


FLYER PRIDE >


FLYER FAMILY > FLY-ER [FLÎ-ER]

FAM-I-LY [FAM-UH-LEE, FAM-LEE]

1. To rise above the competition. 2. One that has wings. 3. To know no limits.

BASKETBALL IS THE BOND THAT LINKS US TOGETHER.

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1. A group of people who share common attitudes, interests, or goals.

ONE COMMON GOAL TO SUCCEED.

WE ARE FLYERS. WE ARE FAMILY.

“The Flyer Family is everything to me. They are the ones who truly make my experience at Dayton better than I could have ever imagined.” – JUSTINE RATERMAN

“I have gained sisters for life and I love them all.” - AUNDREA LINDSEY


“Being a part of the UD Flyer Family is knowing someone is always going to be there for you.” – KRISTIN DAUGHERTY

“Being a part of the Flyer Family means that you are ready and willing to work hard, sacrifice, and be an incredible teammate in order to reach every team goal.” – STACI WILLIS


FLYER FUN >


FLYER SERVICE >

Our women’s basketball program is a reflection of the University of Dayton. In that reflection you see people who know how very fortunate they are for the opportunities they’ve been given. Our basketball team understands how lucky they are to be a part of this great university and of our improving basketball program. Knowing you are given something special and doing something to help others less fortunate is such an important part of life and what we learn every day here at UD.

“The community of Dayton is such a huge part of our success. They support the basketball programs at UD like no other city in the nation. It is important for us to get out in the community, to schools, hospitals, and anywhere we can find, just to give back for all they do for us!” – JUSTINE RATERMAN

“Giving back to the community is always something I personally enjoy doing. We get so much support from members of the community and giving back is just a small way to say thank you.” – KRISTIN DAUGHERTY


“Giving back to the community is so important to the Flyer family. Because of all the amazing support the city of Dayton has given us, it is vital that we give something back.” – CASEY NANCE

The Flyers were the recipients of the 2010 Erin Ritchey Memorial Volunteer Service Award for their continued commitment and exceptional support to individuals with disabilities

for the $5,000 ffort n a h t Haiti e ore r o m f d s e p is o UD ra heir Ho oss in t r C d e R

Dayton Women’s Basketball takes part in: Habitat for Humanity Dayton Children’s Hospital J.U.M.P. Kids is a free after school program that allows kids to choose a safe and educational alternative to being on the streets. MRDD Free Basketball Clinics/ FANtastic Flyers Fan Club The women’s basketball team won the 2010 Flyer Challenge, a program to increase UD student-athletes’ involvement in NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills, created to support the development initiatives of NCAA member institutions and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the context of higher education.

Reading at various elementary and middle schools Participants of Ascension’s Annual Nutrition and Health Fair


FLYER FANS >


THE FLYERS>


2010-11 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL >

Front row (l-r): Brittany Wilson, Sam MacKay, Patrice Lalor, Kayla Moses, De’Sarae Chambers, Aundrea Lindsey, Staci Willis. Back row (l-r): Olivia Applewhite, Kristin Daugherty, Kari Daugherty, Casey Nance, Cassie Sant, Justine Raterman, Elle Queen. Not pictured: Tonya Conley

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name 4 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 22 23 33 34 40 42 44 50

Olivia Applewhite De'Sarae Chambers Elle Queen Aundrea Lindsey Ebony Gainey Samantha MacKay Staci Willis Patrice Lalor Casey Nance Kayla Moses Cassie Sant Justine Raterman Kristin Daugherty Brittany Wilson Kari Daugherty Tonya Conley

Year

Sophomore Junior RS Junior RS Senior Senior Sophomore Junior Junior Junior Junior Freshman Junior Senior RS Sophomore Sophomore Freshman

Pos. Ht. F G F G G G G G C G C F G F G G

6' 5' 6' 5' 6' 5' 5' 5' 6' 5' 6' 6' 6' 5' 6' 5'

Hometown/High School/College

0" Forestville, MD/Eleanor Roosevelt 9" Maysville, KY/Mason County 0" Excelsior, MN/Minnetonka/Colorado State 5" Maywood, IL/Proviso East 0" Dayton, OH/Meadowdale 8" Dublin, OH/Dublin Coffman 7" Cincinnati, OH/Walnut Hills 6" Toledo, OH/Notre Dame 4" Akron, OH/Revere 4" Georgetown, KY/Scott County 2" Kettering, OH/Fairmont 1" Versailles, OH/Versailles 0" Fresno, OH/River View 11" Louisville, KY/Manual 1" Fresno, OH/River View 5" Burlington, VT/Burlington

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 4 10 50 44 40 13 20 12 14 23 22 11 34 33 15 42

Olivia Applewhite De'Sarae Chambers Tonya Conley Kari Daugherty Kristin Daugherty Ebony Gainey Patrice Lalor Aundrea Lindsey Samantha MacKay Kayla Moses Casey Nance Elle Queen Justine Raterman Cassie Sant Staci Willis Brittany Wilson

Year

Sophomore Junior Freshman Sophomore Senior Senior Junior RS Senior Sophomore Junior Junior RS Junior Junior Freshman Junior RS Sophomore

Pos. Ht. F G G G G G G G G G C F F C G F

6' 5' 5’ 6’ 6’ 6’ 5’ 5' 5' 5’ 6’ 6’ 6’ 6’ 5' 5'

0" 9" 5” 1” 0” 0” 6” 5" 8" 4” 4” 0” 1” 2” 7" 11"

Hometown/High School/College

Forestville, MD/Eleanor Roosevelt Maysville, KY/Mason County Burlington, VT/Burlington Fresno, OH/River View Fresno, OH/River View Dayton, OH/Meadowdale Toledo, OH/Notre Dame Maywood, IL/Proviso East Dublin, OH/Dublin Coffman Georgetown, KY/Scott County Akron, OH/Revere Excelsior, MN/Minnetonka/Colorado State Versailles, OH/Versailles Kettering, OH/Fairmont Cincinnati, OH/Walnut Hills Louisville, KY/Manual


ROSTER BREAKDOWN > BY HOMETOWN OHIO (9) AKRON............................ CASEY NANCE CINCINNATI.......................STACI WILLIS DAYTON........................ EBONY GAINEY DUBLIN..................SAMANTHA MACKAY FRESNO.................KRISTIN DAUGHERTY ................................ KARI DAUGHERTY KETTERING........................CASSIE SANT TOLEDO......................... PATRICE LALOR VERSAILLES............ JUSTINE RATERMAN KENTUCKY (3) GEORGETOWN................. KAYLA MOSES LOUISVILLE............... BRITTANY WILSON MAYSVILLE...........DE’SARAE CHAMBERS ILLINOIS (1) MAYWOOD.............. AUNDREA LINDSEY MARYLAND (1) FORESTVILLE...........OLIVIA APPLEWHITE MINNESOTA (1) EXCELSIOR.........................ELLE QUEEN VERMONT (1) BURLINGTON................. TONYA CONLEY

BY CLASS

BY POSITION

BY HEIGHT

SENIORS (3) KRISTIN DAUGHERTY EBONY GAINEY AUNDREA LINDSEY

GUARDS (10) DE’SARAE CHAMBERS TONYA CONLEY KRISTIN DAUGHERTY KARI DAUGHERTY EBONY GAINEY PATRICE LALOR AUNDREA LINDSEY SAMANTHA MACKAY KAYLA MOSES STACI WILLIS

5-4 KAYLA MOSES

FORWARDS (4) OLIVIA APPLEWHITE ELLE QUEEN JUSTINE RATERMAN BRITTANY WILSON

5-9 DE’SARAE CHAMBERS

JUNIORS (7) DE’SARAE CHAMBERS PATRICE LALOR KAYLA MOSES CASEY NANCE ELLE QUEEN JUSTINE RATERMAN STACI WILLIS SOPHOMORES (4) OLIVIA APPLEWHITE KARI DAUGHERTY SAMANTHA MACKAY BRITTANY WILSON FRESHMEN (2) TONYA CONLEY CASSIE SANT

CENTERS (2) CASSIE SANT CASEY NANCE

5-5 TONYA CONLEY AUNDREA LINDSEY 5-6 PATRICE LALOR 5-7 STACI WILLIS 5-8 SAMANTHA MACKAY

5-11 BRITTANY WILSON 6-0 OLIVIA APPLEWHITE KRISTIN DAUGHERTY EBONY GAINEY ELLE QUEEN 6-1 KARI DAUGHERTY JUSTINE RATERMAN 6-2 CASSIE SANT 6-4 CASEY NANCE

COACHING STAFF

FLYER PHONETICS

HEAD COACH Jim Jabir (Nazareth ‘84).................................................Eighth Season at Dayton; 24th Overall

#10 De’Sarae Chambers...................................................................Dez-a-ray

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Kyle Rechlicz (Wisconson ‘03)..............................................................Fourth Season at Dayton

#12 Aundrea Lindsey..................................................................... ON-dray-uh

ASSISTANT COACH/RECRUITING COORDINATOR Angie Russell (Eastern Illinois ‘00)....................................................... Second Season at Dayton

#11 Elle Queen........................................................................................ El-ee #13 Ebony Gainey.............................................................................. Gay-nee #20 Patrice Lalor.............................................................. Puh-TREECE LAY-lore #34 Justine Raterman.................................................................... Ratter-men #40 Kristin Daugherty.......................................................................Dar-a-tee

ASSISTANT COACH Adeniyi Amadou (Indiana-Pennsylvania ‘08)........................................... First Season at Dayton

#44 Kari Daugherty...........................................................................Dar-a-tee

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Amanda Fischer (Dayton ‘10)................................................................. First Season at Dayton

Associate Head Coach Kyle Rechlicz...................................................Wreck-litz

VIDEO COORDINATOR Frank Goldsberry (Ball State ‘76)......................................................... Eighth Season at Dayton ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Louise Oess Jones (Dayton ‘94)........................................................... Second Season at Dayton STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Mike Bewley, CSCS (Eastern Kentucky ‘98)..............................................Fifth Season at Dayton ATHLETIC TRAINER Jaime Potter, ATC, LAT (Akron ‘05)......................................................... Third Season at Dayton

Head Coach Jim Jabir.........................................................................Jay-burr Asst Coach Adeniyi Amadou..................................................... AD-knee AHM-uh-doo


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

SENIORS>


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

AUNDREA LINDSEY

#12

personal INFO Daughter of Andre Jack Jones and Donna Lindsey... Born on May 29, 1988...Has one brother, James (31) and one sister, Lauren (22)...Majoring in Physical Therapy and Spanish.

CLASS: Redshirt Senior POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 5-5 HOMETOWN: Maywood, IL (Proviso East)

career BESTS

Points: 8, Clemson -- 12/18/07 Rebounds: 5, vs SeattleU -- 11/22/09 Assists: 6, at Fordham -- 2/11/10 Steals: 2, twice Blocks: 1, Richmond - 1/23/10 FG made: 4, Clemson -- 12/18/07 3FG made: 1, seven times FT made: 3, at Loyola-Chicago 11/17/07

career STATS Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2006-07 6 0 28 4.7 4 8 .500 2 4 .500 5 7 .714 1 2 3 0.5 5 0 1 6 0 4 15 2.5 2007-08 18 0 104 5.8 15 35 .429 0 8 .000 8 12 .667 3 9 12 0.7 13 0 5 15 0 6 38 2.1 2008-09 DNP 2009-10 19 0 160 8.4 9 31 .290 7 19 .368 2 5 .400 4 16 20 1.1 18 0 16 22 1 3 27 1.4 TOTAL 43 0 292 6.8 28 74 .378 9 31 .290 15 24 .625 8 27 35 0.8 36 0 22 43 1 13 80 1.9

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? The University of Dayton has a great athletic program with top notch facilities outside of strong academic history. UD also has a great family environment. When did you first start playing basketball? I first started playing basketball in the 6th grade and I played the post because I was tall… at that time. What is your major? Why? Exercise Science but I want to be a physical therapist. I want to help others and give them the opportunity of helping themselves enjoy life to the best of their ability pain free. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My mommy because she is the strongest and most hardworking person I know. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? Meeting new people and going new places. What has been your most memorable moment in life? On the court? In Life: The passing of my father. On The Court: Competing and the changes made in my game. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I had the weirdest nickname ever. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Doing things that you don’t always want to. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Goofy, kind, and random. Why did you pick your jersey number? It was my high school number. If you could be anything other than human what would you be? I’m still working on an answer. LOL.


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2009-10 Played in 19 games for the Flyers...Had three points, three assists, and five rebounds against Seattle... Had two points and four rebounds against UIC...recorded her first career block against Richmond to go along with three points, one assist, and one rebound... Had a season high seven points to go along with three rebounds and a career best six assists against Fordham. 2008-09 Redshirted 2007-08 Reserve point guard that appeared in 18 of 30 regular season games...Averaged 5.8 minutes per game...Used a quick first step to shoot 42.9 percent from the field...Tallied five points in 12 minutes of action during a victory against Western Michigan...The native of the Windy City made all three free throw attempts to score seven points in 13 minutes at LoyolaChicago...Appeared for 10 minutes in the rout of Akron at UD Arena...Scored a season-best eight points on 4-for-8 shooting from the floor against Clemson...Hit 2-of-3 shots taken for four points while taking away two steals in only six minutes of play against St. Bonaventure...Also played 10 minutes at Fordham. 2006-07 Played in six games at point guard during her first collegiate season...Made her collegiate debut with four minutes played at Louisville...She scored three points and added a steal against the Cardinals...Had her best game of the season the following day against Memphis...Lindsey finished with 12 points on 5-of-6 shooting from the free throw line to go along with two rebounds in a season-high 14 minutes played against Memphis...Dished out her first career assist against St. Francis (PA) at UD Arena. High School Was an All-Conference basketball player in freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons in the West Suburban Gold Conference...Team MVP in 2002-03...Also an Honor Roll student, member of National Honor Society and the Math Team.

Puna has grown in her confidence and will be a contributing factor this season. I am very happy for her and proud of her development.


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

EBONY

GAINEY

#13

personal INFO

CLASS: Senior POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-0 HOMETOWN: Dayton,OH (Meadowdale)

Gainey is the daughter of Kenneth and Juanita Gainey...She has two older sisters, Kenyattia and Alissia...She was a National Honor Society member and the salutatorian of her graduating class at Meadowdale High School...She is majoring in general studies.

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I decided to play basketball at UD because I wanted to help expand the program and it was close to home. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My Mom because she is a very strong and passionate women and I admire the love she has and shares. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? Being a part of a strong and close team. What has been your most memorable moment in life? On the court? Most memorable moment in life has been playing basketball with my family. Most memorable moment on the court has been hitting a game winner. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Managing your time. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Inspirational, honest, sleepy. Why did you pick your jersey number? I chose number 13 because I always wanted to wear it and number 20 was taken. What is your favorite color? Green. What is your favorite part of your game? Hustling.


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2007-08 University of Dayton’s Ebony Gainey will not play for the women’s basketball team due to a congenital medical condition that was discovered just before the start of her freshman season. Although her playing career was over before it started, Gainey will remain as a member of the Flyer women’s basketball team. “We still feel fortunate to have her as a part of our family because signing her was a major step towards building a championship program,” Flyer Head Coach Jim Jabir said. High School A two-time All-Ohio selection...Named to AP Division I Special Mention honors as a senior... Averaged 11.6 points, 10.5 rebounds, 7.7 assists, 6.1 steals and 4.5 blocks per game to lead Meadowdale to a 17-5 record as a senior...Tallied five triple-doubles and was just shy of two quadruple-doubles that year...Garnered AP Honorable Mention All-Ohio honors as a junior after averaging 15.4 points per game...Named the SWPOL Player of the Year as a sophomore after nearly averaging a triple-double with 10.8 points, 10.3 rebounds and 8.0 assists per game...Ranked among the Top 70 players nationally in the Class of 2007 according to the Blue Star Report.

Ebony is strong and unselfish. She is an important part of our team. Everyone looks to her for her silent strength and encouragement.


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

KRISTIN DAUGHERTY

CLASS: Senior POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-0

#40

HOMETOWN: Fresno, OH (River View)

career BESTS

personal INFO

Points: 31, vs St. Mary’s -- 11/17/08 Rebounds: 12, Temple -- 01/12/08 Assists: 6, Wright State -- 12/16/07 ; Fordham -- 2/10/09 Steals: 5, at George Washington -- 1/9/10 Blocks: 3, vs No. 9 Seed TCU -- 03/20/10 FG made: 10, vs St. Mary’s -- 11/17/08 3FG made: 5, Central Michigan -- 12/30/07 FT made: 9, vs St. Mary’s -- 11/17/08

A communciation major, Daugherty is the daughter of Bill and Caroline Daugherty...Her mom, Caroline was her high school coach... She is the older sister of current sophomore Flyer, Kari Daugherty…She has another younger sister, Andi, and a younger brother, Kyle... She graduated seventh in her class at River View High School...A four-year Principal’s Award winner and a nominee for the Wendy’s High School Heisman.

career STATS Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 34 35 33 102

GS 31 35 33 99

Min 838 1132 813 2783

Avg 24.6 32.3 24.6 27.3

FG FGA 118 322 160 436 121 295 399 1053

Pct .366 .367 .410 .379

FG 27 41 30 98

FGA 92 138 100 330

Pct .293 .297 .300 .297

FT FTA 52 68 85 111 46 68 183 247

Pct .765 .766 .676 .741

Off 57 55 44 156

Def 112 115 79 306

Tot 169 170 123 462

Avg 5.0 4.9 3.7 4.5

PF FO Ast 41 0 42 59 0 79 37 0 51 137 0 172

TO 49 82 54 185

Blk 19 8 13 40

Stl Pts 18 315 19 446 19 318 56 1079

Avg 9.3 12.7 9.6 10.6

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I immediately fell in love when I visited the campus. It was only 2.5 hours away from my home and I knew the education was exceptional. I was also impressed with the facilities the team used and I got along great with the girls and the coaches. When did you first start playing basketball? I started playing basketball when I was in the 6th grade. I was one of the better people on the team but only because I was tall and could jump high. What is your major? Why? Communications with a focus in Public Relations. I chose this major because I have a friend with a communication degree and I want to have a broad career option similar to hers. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My parents. They are wonderful people who would do anything for my siblings and me. I respect them more than anyone and hope I can someday be like them. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? The best part about being a UD Flyer is being in a place where you feel like you have a second family. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I also love playing volleyball! What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Always managing your time. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Organized, Trustworthy, and Hard-working. Why did you pick your jersey number? It was also my mom’s when she played. What is your favorite part of your game? Driving to the basket. Where is one place in the world you would love to go? Australia!


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2009-2010 A co-captain Kristin Daugherty started all 33 games for the Flyers. She played a total of 813 minutes (24.6 avg.) which was the second most on the team. She ended the season averaging 9.6 ppg having scored 318 points total, third best on the team. Daugherty grabbed an offensive rebound and put it back in as well as being fouled on the play against UMass, allowing her to reach the 1,000 career point mark. She is the 18th UD women’s basketball player and seventh to achieve 1,000 points as a junior. One of her biggest scoring nights came against Toledo where she put up 21 points. She grabbed 123 rebounds for an average of 3.7 on the season. She was MVP of the Purdue BTI Classic and named to the Dartmouth Big Sky Classic All-Tournament Team. She was also named to the A-10 All Third Team for a second straight season. Her accomplishments do not stop on the court as she also proved to be a force in the classroom. She was awarded the Dayton’s Presidential Outstanding Student Scholar Award and was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team. 2008-09 The lone returning starter from Dayton’s 2007-08 squad was sophomore Kristin Daugherty. Daugherty was selected to the 2008-09 Atlantic 10 Third Team and has started every game this season. Daugherty led the Flyers all season in scoring up until the final weekend of regular season play when fellow teammate Justine Raterman took the lead. Daugherty averaged 12.7 points per game to rank 10th in scoring in the Atlantic 10. She scored in double-figures in 26 games during the season to lead UD. She finished third on the team in assists (2.3 apg), and fourth in rebounding (4.9 rpg). Daugherty was one of the team-leader in minutes played (32.3 mpg). Daugherty earned a career-high 31 points on 9-of-9 shooting from the line in Dayton’s first win of the season over St. Mary’s (11/17). She earned Atlantic 10 Player of the Week following the weekend. She was the first A-10 player to reach 30 points during the season. Her next best scoring effort came against Saint Louis where she tallied 19 points on 8-of-19 shooting from the field. She grabbed a season-high nine rebounds twice; against Cincinnati (12/03) and Wright State (12/21).She has finished perfect from the line 12 times this year including going 4-of-4 four times. She went 7-of-8 versus Butler, 6-of-7 versus Chicago State, and 5-of-6 versus George Washington. Daugherty ranked sixth in the A-10 in free throw percentage (76 percent). She was also named to the ESPN The Magazine District IV All-Academic Second Team. 2007-08 Had the best season of any Flyer freshman in over a decade after starting 27 of 30 regular season games...Three-time Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week...Finished the regular season sixth in single-season scoring and seventh in rebounding amongst UD freshman all time...Third on the team in scoring overall and second in rebounding during the regular season...Reached double figures in scoring 12 times including a double-double of 14 points and 12 rebounds in the win over Atlantic 10 Regular Season Champion Temple...Tallied seven points, six rebounds and one assist in 19 minutes played off the bench during her collegiate debut...Made her first career start and paced Dayton to its first win of the season with nine points and seven rebounds that gave her A-10 Rookie of the Week honors...Scored 17 of her 20 points in the second half of a come-from-behind victory at Eastern Michigan. that helped earn her second Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honor... Tallied her second 20-point performance with a season-high 26 points on 5-for-8 shooting from beyond the arc in the Championship Game of the Dayton Flyer Classic against Central Michigan and earn Tournament MVP honors...Also pulled down seven rebounds to earn her second consecutive and third overall A-10 Rookie of the Week honor...Had a double-double against Temple in her first Atlantic 10 Conference game and followed with 20 points on 6-for-12 shooting one week later against Duquesne including seven points on 5-for-6 shooting from the free throw line in the final five minutes of the contest...Led the Flyers with 13 points and seven rebounds in a one-point victory over Xavier. High School A Two-time Ms. Ohio selection by the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association...Also a two-time Division II AP Player of the Year in the State of Ohio...Led River View to back-to-back State Championships as a junior and a senior...Finished as River View’s all-time leading scorer with over 1,800 career points...Averaged 20.0 ppg, 8.0 rpg and 4.3 apg as a senior...Named to the Academic All-Ohio Team as a senior...Ranked in the Top 35 in the nation among forwards in the 2007 recruiting class by scout.com...Also played volleyball as a prep... She earned First Team All-State honors as a senior on the volleyball court...Also named the ECOL Player of the Year as a junior and senior.

I’m sad this is Kristin’s last year in our program. She is a person with great skills, athleticism and class. She can help us go a long way and I know she wants to do that.


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DE’SARAE

CLASS: Junior

CHAMBERS

POSITION: Guard

#10

HEIGHT: 5-9 HOMETOWN: Maysville, KY (Mason County)

career BESTS Points: 19, vs Xavier -- 3/7/09

personal INFO

Rebounds: 9, at Central Michigan -- 11/29/08 ; Loyola Chicago -- 12/23/08 Assists: 4, Saint Joseph’s -- 3/1/09 ; vs Temple -- 3/7/10

Daughter of Steve and Medra Chambers...Born on December 24, 1989...Career Ambition is to coach college basketball... Sport Management major with a minor in Leadership and Communication.

Steals: 2, two times Blocks: 3, Eastern Michigan -- 1/4/09 FG made: 6, four times 3FG made: 4, vs Xavier -- 3/7/09 ; Fordham -- 2/10/09

FT made: 6, at Saint Joseph’s -- 1/20/10

career STATS Year

Stl

Pts/Avg

2008-09 33 2

GP GS Min/Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct 585/17.7 81 221 .367 27 99 .273

38 50 .760 39

81

120 3.6 43 1 21

32 4

6

227/6.9

2009-10 26 0

377/14.5 47 145 .324 18 67 .269

28 36 .778 17

34

51

2.0 26 0 23

35 3

12

140/5.4

TOTAL

962/16.3 128 366 .350 45 166 .271

66 86 .767 56

115 171 2.9 69 1 44

67 7

18

367/6.2

59 2

FT

FTA Pct

Off

Def Tot

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I decided to play basketball at UD because it seemed like a good fit with the team, coaches, and not too far from home. When did you first start playing basketball? I first started playing when I was 4 years old, and I was afraid of the ball and always got hit. What is your major? Why? Sports management, because I want to go into coaching and to stay around sports. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My parents, they support me in everything I do and are always at our games and always there to pick me up when I’m down. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? The support from the community and the campus. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I love playing in front of big crowds, so please come out and support us! What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Trying to make sure you manage your time. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Shooter, Junk, and Fast. Why did you pick your jersey number? My number was 40 in high school but when I came to Dayton that number was taken so I asked my dad what his number was and it was 10 so I chose it to represent him. What is your favorite part of your game? That I am versatile. Who is your favorite NBA and WNBA player? Lebron James and Cynthia Cooper.


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2009-10 De’Sarae Chambers averaged 5.4 ppg and 14.5 mpg in 26 games her sophomore season for the Flyers...She contributed five points and four rebounds in Dayton’s 77-74 upset of No. 10 Michigan State and added five points and four rebounds against No. 19 Louisville...She returned to action in the Blue Sky Classic after missing seven games with illness and a concussion, scoring two points in her first game back against Vermont and then posting eight points against Dartmouth...She doubled her season high with 16 points against Navy...Chambers put up nine points against Saint Joseph’s with the help of a career best 6-of-6 from the free throw line...She went 2-of-3, including 1-of-1 from three, and 3-of-3 from the free throw line for eight points in 13 minutes against Fordham...She registered a season-high six rebounds against Rhode Island and also dished two assists...Chambers tallied seven points and a season- and career-high four assists against Temple in the A-10 semifinal...She had seven points in Dayton’s come-from-behind win over TCU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Also put up five points against Tennessee in UD’s NCAA Second Round game... Her number was retired by her high school on Feb. 6. Chambers scored 2,967 points during her high school career, outpacing even Chris Lofton’s record in boys basketball (2,763). She is the first Mason County female player to have her number retired. 2008-09 Chambers scored in double figures nine times during the season and finished as UD’s fourth-leading scorer with 6.9 points per game. The Flyer freshman averaged 3.6 rpg and 17.7 minutes per game off the bench. She scored double figures in back-to-back games during the week of Christmas. She earned a career-high 16 points in the win over Loyola and followed that up with a game-high and a then career-best 17 points in the defeat of Lipscomb. She earned Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week the following Monday after leading UD to a 2-0 week. In conference play, the rookie tallied 16 points against Fordham on 5-of-7 shooting from the floor including 4-of-6 from beyond the arc. She was one of five Flyers to score in double-figures in the final regular season game versus St. Joseph’s (11 points). From free throw range, Chambers went 4-of-4 versus Lipscomb and has finished 3-for-3 from the line on two other occasions. Versus the nationally-ranked Xavier Musketeers in the Atlantic 10 Quarterfinals Chambers came through with a career-high 19 points on 6-of-8 shooting from the field including 4-of-6 from three-point range. High School Finished her career as Mason County High School’s all-time leading scorer and was nominated for McDonald’s AllAmerican honor after averaging 21.7 ppg as a senior...Shot 56.5 percent from the floor, 56.3 percent from behind the arc, and 82 percent at the foul line last year...Also averaged 8.0 rpg while leading Mason County to a 24-8 record and a runner-up finish in the Regional Tournament...Named the KABC 10th Region Player of the Year, and selected to the Kenton County All-Tournament Team... Was named Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

Des is a talented player. When she decides to put it all together she could be a good player for us.


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E L L E

CLASS: Redshirt Junior

QUEEN

POSITION: Forward HEIGHT: 6-0

#11

HOMETOWN: Excelsior, MN (Colorado State)

career BESTS

personal INFO

Points: 13, at Duquesne -- 1/27/10 Rebounds: 8, at Toledo -- 12/9/09 Assists: 4, Louisville -- 11/15/09 Steals: 3, three times Blocks: 1, three times FG made: 6, at Duquesne -- 1/27/10 ; at Chicago State -- 11/28/09 3FG made: 1, Rhode Island -- 2/24/10

Full name is Elliot Jandl Queen...Born April 18, 1989, in Minnetonka, Minn. ...One of two children of Susan and Court Queen...Older brother’s name is Kyler.

FT made: 8, at Massachusetts -- 2/13/10

career STATS YEAR GP *2007-08 32

GS Min/Avg FG 28 965/30.2 70

Att Pct 216 .324

3Pt 0

Att 3

Pct .000

FT Att Pct O Reb D Reb Tot Avg 66 106 .623 71 101 172 5.4

Year GP GS Min/Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off 2009-10 33 0 508/15.4 59 145 .407 1 3 .333 42 76 .553 58 TOTAL 33 0 508/15.4 59 145 .407 1 3 .333 42 76 .553 58 *At Colorado State

Def 53 53

PF 71

FO 0

Ast TO Blk 55 103 3

Stl Pts/Avg 29 206/6.4

Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 111 3.4 42 0 26 40 3 27 161/4.9 111 3.4 42 0 26 40 3 27 161/4.9

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I loved the coaches, the players and the fact that it wasn’t too big. I also loved that everything was on campus and there is always a lot going on. When did you first start playing basketball? I played in my first organized bball league in second grade. I was good at the time because I had been playing against my older brother for so many years. What is your major? Why? Public Relations because I like working with people and being creative. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My mom, dad and brother. All for different reasons, but most importantly they inspire me and support me, no matter what. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? My teammates! What is something every fan needs to know about you? My real name is Elliott. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Balancing sleep, practice, and homework. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Hardworking, fun-loving, committed. Why did you pick your jersey number? I like numbers that are the same backwards and forwards. 22 was taken so 11 was my next choice. What is your favorite part of your game? Running the floor, Pull up. If you could play any other Division I sport in college, what would it be and why? Volleyball, because it looks like fun to play and it’s fun to watch at the college level.


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2009-10 In her debut as a Flyer, Elle Queen put up solid numbers in Dayton’s upset over No. 10 Michigan State with nine points, six rebounds, two assists and one steal...Queen played in all 33 games, averaging 15.4 mpg, and registered six double figure scoring games, averaging 4.9 ppg and 3.4 rpg...She scored a game-high 12 points against Seattle to help Dayton claim the BTI Classic Tournament title... Against Chicago State she was a perfect 6-of-6 from the field to post 12 points and also had a careerhigh seven rebounds...She totaled a career-high eight rebounds and three steals against Toledo... Queen performed well at the Blue Sky Classic with five rebounds and four points against Vermont and eight points, three rebounds and two steals against Dartmouth...She had eight points and three steals against Navy and tied a career high with three steals at Saint Joseph’s...She posted a career-high 13 points against Duquesne...Queen scored 10 points against UMass with the help of a career-high 8-of-12 shooting from the free throw line...She scored her first three-point field goal of the season on her way to 10 points against Rhode Island...She had a game-high six rebounds against La Salle and grabbed five rebounds in 11 minutes of action against St. Bonaventure in the A-10 Quarterfinals...She went 2-for-3 for five points against both TCU and Tennessee in the first and second round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament...Queen finished the season, making 40.7 percent of her shots. 2008-2009 Elle Queen redshirted the season due to NCAA transfer rules. 2007-2008 Played in all 32 games and started 29 at Colorado State...Ranked third on the team in both scoring and rebounding as a freshman...Tallied a season-high 16 points on 5-for-12 shooting from the floor and seven rebounds in win over UNLV in the opening round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament...Pulled down another seven rebounds and dished out five assists in an upset of No.12 Utah in the MWC Semifinals. High School Four-year letterwinner in basketball and two-year letterwinner in track at Minnetonka High School in Minnetonka, Minn. ...First-team all-district sophomore, junior and senior years...Second team allmetro her senior year...All-state honorable mention her junior and senior years...Led Minnetonka to a conference championship...Holds the school records for rebounding and steals.

Elle is proving to be one of the most indispensable players in our program. She does so many things so well for us. She is still our “glue kid”.


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S TA C I

CLASS: Junior POSITION: Guard

WILLIS

HEIGHT: 5-7

#15

HOMETOWN: Cincinnati, OH (Walnut Hills)

career BESTS

personal INFO

Points: 2, Massachusetts -- 2/7/09 ; vs Saint Louis -- 3/6/09 Rebounds: 4, Fordham -- 2/10/09 FG made: 1, Massachusetts -- 2/7/09 ; vs Saint Louis -- 3/6/09 FG attempts: 4, Fordham -- 2/10/09 3FG attempts: 1, La Salle -- 2/21/09

Full name is Staci Celeste Willis...Daughter of Fred Willis and Valecia Kelly...Her only brother, Fred Willis Jr., is one year older and attends Cincinnati State University...Her Grandfather played football for the Cincinnati Bengals.

career STATS Year GP 2008-09 9 2009-10 10 TOTAL 19

GS 0 0 0

Min/Avg 43/4.8 35/3.5 78/4.1

FG 2 0 2

FGA Pct 13 .154 9 .000 22 .091

FG 0 0 0

FGA Pct 1 .000 0 .000 1 .000

FT 0 0 0

FTA Pct 4 .000 0 .000 4 .000

Off 2 2 4

Def 5 3 8

Tot 7 5 12

Avg 0.8 0.5 0.6

PF 5 2 7

FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 0 0

TO 6 3 9

Blk 0 0 0

Stl 0 0 0

Pts/Avg 4/0.4 0/0.0 4/0.2

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I liked the school, and it has a good engineering program, which is what I had planned on majoring in. When did you first start playing basketball? I first started playing in third grade. I was the only girl on the team. What is your major? Why? I’m majoring in chemical engineering. I chose chemical engineering because I can see myself having a good job that will always keep me interested in the future. Who do you look up to the most? Why? I look up to my parents because they helped me to be comfortable with who I am and help me to set high goals and drive myself to reaching them. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? The best part about being a Flyer is the people. What has been your most memorable moment in life? On the court? My most memorable moment in life was graduating from high school. My most memorable moment is my first time being on the court and scoring. I had reached a goal and now I can set higher ones. What is something every fan needs to know about you? Every fan needs to know that I enjoy playing basketball. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Time management. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Happy, fun, silly. Why did you pick your jersey number? I really did not care what number I got I just took what was given to me. What is your favorite color? Blue. What is your favorite part of your game? I don’t know a particular part but in general I like just going after it. Just trying to win. What is the funniest thing that ever happened to you while playing basketball? The funniest thing that happened to me is a couple times I shot at the wrong basket I think I made it only once.


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2009-2010 Willis appeared in nine games for Dayton... grabbed one rebound against Seattle in eight minutes of action... had a season high two rebounds against Navy. 2008-09 Walk-on Staci Willis has appeared in nine games for Dayton during the season. In four minutes of action, she grabbed two boards in the win over Loyola Chicago (12/21). She scored her first basket of the year in the win over UMass on Feb. 7 and followed that up with a career-high four rebounds against Fordham on Feb. 10. High School An open role player at Walnut Hills that produced her best statistical numbers in 2006 (9.7 points per game and shot at a 40.9% clip from three-point range)...helped her team to a 21-3 overall record last year (10-0 in conference play)...Member of the National Honor Society.

Staci is happy to be a part of our family and we are so happy to have her. She loves the team and finds so many ways to contribute to our continued growth.


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PATRICE

CLASS: Junior

LALOR

POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 5-6

#20

HOMETOWN: Toledo, OH (Notre Dame)

career BESTS

personal INFO

Points: 18, vs St. Bonaventure -- 3/6/10 Rebounds: 6, at Massachusetts -- 2/13/10 Assists: 10, Butler -- 12/21/09 Steals: 4, at Toledo -- 12/9/09 ; at Dartmouth -- 12/30/09 Blocks: 1, Miami -- 12/10/08 FG made: 6, Rhode Island -- 2/24/10 ; vs St. Bonaventure -- 3/6/10 3FG made: 4, at Penn State -- 12/6/08 FT made: 5, St. Bonaventure -- 1/16/10

Daughter of Patrick and Paulette Lalor...Born on October 6, 1989...Has one brother, Patrick Lalor... Majoring in Electrical Engineering.

career STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 35 32 67

GS 34 32 66

Min/Avg 858/24.5 677/21.2 1535/22.9

FG 58 66 124

FGA Pct 199 .291 175 .377 374 .332

FG 18 17 35

FGA Pct 68 .265 51 .333 119 .294

FT 21 29 50

FTA Pct 36 .583 34 .853 70 .714

Off 8 7 15

Def 63 63 126

Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk 71 2.0 49 1 119 96 1 70 2.2 54 2 134 71 0 141 2.1 103 3 253 167 1

Stl Pts/Avg 28 155/4.4 35 178/5.6 63 333/5.0

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I decided to play basketball at UD because of the beautiful campus, top notch facilities, and great academic program. I also loved the idea of being not just a team but a FAMILY. When did you first start playing basketball? I first started playing when I was about ten years old in my back yard with my brother and I played on my first team when I was in the fifth grade. What is your major? Why? Electrical Engineering. I really enjoy math and science and I really enjoy the challenge of being an engineer. I also chose electrical engineering because of the great opportunities it has to offer for me in the future. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My parents because they taught me to be the person that I am today. They make sure that I constantly work hard to succeed and motivate me every step of the way. They are great examples of leaders to me and have taught me to be a leader myself. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? The fans, family atmosphere, and my teammates. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Time management. What are two words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Quiet and sarcastic. Why did you pick your jersey number? In high school I was the last one to pick my jersey number because of seniority and my choices where between # 13 or #20 and the #13 jersey was too small so I was forced to pick the # 20 jersey and I’ve been #20 ever since. What is your favorite part of your game? My first step off the dribble and my speed. If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be? I’m going to have to go with California.


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2009-2010 Lalor played in 32 games for the Flyers last season and started them all averaging 5.6 ppg and 4.2 apg... Lalor had 10 points to go with three assists and three rebounds against 10th ranked Michigan State... Put up 10 points, seven assists, and four rebounds against Georgetown...Lalor recorded a career best four steals in her hometown to go along with four rebounds and four assist against Toledo... Had a near double-double against Butler posting 9 points and a career best 10 assists. 2008-09 As Dayton’s top point guard option, Patrice Lalor started 34 of 35 games. Lalor led the team in assists with 119, which placed her 6th in the Atlantic 10 (3.4 apg) and was the most assists in a single season by a freshman in UD history. She finished fifth in the A-10 in assistto-turnover ration (1.24). She averaged 4.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg, and 24.5 mpg. She was third on the team in steals (0.8). Lalor scored in double-figures three times during the season with her career-high coming early on at Penn State. Patrice netted 14 points in the win. She’s dished out a career-high seven assists on three occasions and has had a career-high three steals on two. High School Despite missing the last 11 games of the season due to injury, she was still an Honorable Mention All-State selection...Led Toledo’s Notre Dame High School to a 9-0 record before her injury by averaging 13.1 ppg, 6.6 apg, 4.4 spg, and 4.2 rpg...Named a Toledo City League All-Academic Team selection and was First Team All-Toledo City and All-District VII.

Patrice is becoming a better basketball player every day. She is growing in her confidence and presence on the court. She is the engine that runs our team.


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CASEY

CLASS: Junior POSITION: Center

NANCE

HEIGHT: 6-4

#22

HOMETOWN: Akron, OH (Revere)

career BESTS

personal INFO

Points: 21, Fordham -- 2/10/09 Rebounds: 16, Miami -- 12/10/08 Assists: 3, three times Steals: 3, at Rhode Island -- 2/26/09 Blocks: 6, Butler -- 12/21/09 FG made: 10, Fordham -- 2/10/09 3FG made: 1, Fordham -- 2/10/09 FT made: 7, Miami -- 12/10/08

Daughter of Larry and Jaynee Nance...Born March 15, 1990...Has two brothers: Larry and Pete... Father, Larry Nance, played in the NBA for both the Phoneix Suns and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

career STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 35 33 68

GS 33 33 66

Min/Avg 921/26.3 751/22.8 1672/24.6

FG 93 76 169

FGA Pct 205 .454 172 .442 377 .448

FG 1 0 1

FGA Pct 6 .167 6 .000 12 .083

FT FTA Pct 39 77 .506 22 44 .500 61 121 .504

Off 75 67 142

Def 151 136 287

Tot Avg PF FO 226 6.5 98 6 203 6.2 82 3 429 6.3 180 9

Ast TO 36 78 27 42 63 120

Blk 65 64 129

Stl Pts/Avg 19 226/6.5 10 174/5.3 29 400/5.9

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I decided to come to UD because of the great coaching staff, talented players, and amazing basketball culture Dayton has to offer. UD is also close to home and the players are very close on and off the court and act like a family. When did you first start playing basketball? I started playing basketball my eighth grade year and I was decent... pretty uncoordinated but there weren’t too many 6’4’’ eighth graders at the time, so I was able to score and defend well. What is your major? Why? My major is marketing with a minor in public relations because I am very outgoing and love interacting with people. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My mom and dad because they have both worked very hard in their lives and have become very successful people, good role models, and great parents. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? The family atmosphere surrounding our team; we all get along and have a genuine love for each other on and off the court. We are all best friends and that helps us stick together in rough times and have a lot of fun on road trips, at team dinners, and in the locker room. What has been your most memorable moment in life? On the court? In life, my most memorable moment is the day my little brother Pete was born. On the court, my best moment was beating Xavier in overtime in the A-10 tournament. What is something every fan needs to know about you? Every time I’m on the court, I try to have a lot of fun. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? The hardest thing about being a student athlete is keeping up with school work when we are traveling. We have to finish homework and study for tests in hotels and airports and it can be hard to handle sometimes. Luckily, our coaches and academic coordinator Beth Flach help us keep on track and stay focused on our academics. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Happy, energetic, and fun. Why did you pick your jersey number? It was my dad’s basketball number and now my brothers and I all wear #22. What is your favorite part of your game? Blocking shots. What is your pregame ritual? Listening to music, painting my nails, and putting on mascara.


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2009-2010 Casey Nance played and started in all 33 games for the Flyers averaging 5.3 ppg and 6.2 rpg. Had an impressive double double against Butler putting up 17 points and 12 rebounds, and also had a career-high six blocks. She led the team in rebounds, accumulating 203. Also showed tremendous skill on the defensive end as she led the team in blocks with 64 including a five-block game against 19th ranked Louisville. She recorded 10 points, four blocks and 12 rebounds in the overtime loss against the nationally-ranked Xavier Musketeers. Her 64 blocks was second in the conference and landed her on the All-Conference Defensive Team. Nance not only dominated opponents on the court but also showed her prowess in the classroom. She received the team’s Academic Award for maintaining a 3.8 GPA majoring in Marketing. She was also named an Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar. 2008-09 2008-09 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team selection Casey Nance provided an immediate inside presence for Dayton as a freshman. Nance played in all 35 games, starting 33 of them. She led the Atlantic 10 in blocks per game (1.8). She averaged 6.5 points per game and 6.5 rebounds per game, good for third on the team. She ranked 12th nationally among all freshmen in rebounding. Nance led the team in blocked shots (64) and was second in field goal percentage (.454). She scored in double figures eight times and posted two double-doubles. The Flyer rookie notched her first double-double on Dec. 3 at Cincinnati with 12 points and 15 rebounds and tallied her second double-double on Dec. 23 against Loyola Chicago with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Nance scored a career-high 21 points against Fordham on Feb. 10 on 10-of-11 shooting and grabbed a career-best 16 rebounds against Miami on Dec. 10. High School Named Second Team All-State as a junior and senior... Tri-County Coaches Association Player of the Year as a senior, when she averaged 14.8 ppg and 16.2 rpg...Led Revere High School to an 18-5 overall record and a berth in the District Semifinals...Elected First Team All-Tri-County, All-League, and All-District....McDonald’s All-American Nominee...Member of the honor roll, Academic Top 20 and was the recipient of the Scholar Athlete Award while at Revere.

Casey is coming back from another knee surgery and is way ahead of schedule. As her timing and feel comes back she will again be an important factor on our team.


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K AY L A

CLASS: Junior POSITION: Guard

MOSES

HEIGHT: 5-4 HOMETOWN: Georgetown, KY (Scott County)

#23

career BESTS

personal INFO

Points: 15, at Saint Louis -- 1/10/09 Rebounds: 5, Saint Joseph’s -- 3/01/09 Assists: 4, at Saint Louis -- 1/10/09 Steals: 3, at Temple University -- 1/31/09; Fordham -- 2/10/09 Blocks: 1, vs Saint Louis -- 3/6/09 FG made: 6, at Saint Louis -- 1/10/09 3FG made: 2, four times FT made: 6, vs Saint Louis -- 3/6/09

Daughter of Fred and Adrian Moses...Born on October 27, 1989...Has three siblings: A brother, Kevin, and two sisters, Kellie and Algeria.

career STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 35 33 68

GS 1 1 2

Min/Avg 636/18.2 455/13.8 1091/16.0

FG 75 50 125

FGA Pct 191 .393 138 .362 329 .380

FG 6 12 18

FGA Pct 44 .136 35 .343 79 .228

FT FTA Pct 52 67 .776 45 62 .726 97 129 .752

Off 6 4 10

Def 67 34 101

Tot Avg 73 2.1 38 1.2 111 1.6

PF 48 30 78

FO 1 0 1

Ast TO Blk 51 62 1 37 42 0 88 104 1

Stl Pts 25 208/5.9 12 157/4.8 37 365/5.4

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? The campus wasn’t too big or small; it’s a nice place to be. I also felt like the coaches fit me well, as did the program. When did you first start playing basketball? I started playing around age 6 or 7. I wasn’t too bad, had a lot of work to do though! What is your major? Why? Undecided Sciences, but more than likely I will major in criminal justice. There’s a lot you can do in the field. It’s very interesting and I love helping people. Who do you look up to the most? Why? I look up to my family the most, especially my parents. They’re very strong and they inspire me in many ways. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? It’s great, we are like family. Also competing for an A-10 Championship knowing that we can make it to the Big Dance! What is something every fan needs to know about you? I am a loving and caring person, and I love to laugh and have fun. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Having 6 a.m. workouts and then going to class trying to stay awake! Also making sure your grades are good in order to play. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Outgoing, funny, and little. Why did you pick your jersey number? I had it since high school, and I like #23. What is your favorite part of your game? My pull up jumper, and taking it to the basket against our opponents Who is the best freestyle rapper on the team? Me definitely! Ha


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2009-2010 Moses played in every game for the Flyers and averaged 13.8 minutes a game. She finished the season averaging 4.8 ppg and 1.1 apg. She had the fourth best three point percentage on the team shooting 34.3% She led the team in assists in the games against Purdue (2), Vermont (2), Saint Joseph’s (3). 2008-09 Freshman Kayla Moses averaged 18.2 mpg off the bench and appeared in all 35 games during the season. Moses averaged 5.9 ppg, 2.1 rpg, 1.5 apg, and 0.7 spg. The rookie shot a solid 77 percent from the line (52-of67). Moses had a breakout game versus Navy on Nov. 25 scoring 11 points going a perfect 5-for-5 from the line. She stepped up her performance on the court in the conference portion of the season as she averaged 6.8 ppg, 2.0 rpg, and 1.5 apg in A-10 play. Moses opened the A-10 portion of the season with a career-high 15 points versus Saint Louis on Jan. 10. She shot 6-of-8 from the field and dished out a career-high four assists in the game. She went on to score double-figures in four-straight A-10 games and tallied nine double figure games during the year. She grabbed a career-high five rebounds in Dayton’s win over Saint Joseph’s on Mar. 1. High School Selected as Third Team All-State by the Courier Journal as a senior...Led Scott County High School to 16 wins and the Regional Semifinals in the 2007-08 season while averaging 21.9 ppg, 4.9 rpg, and 3.1 apg...Shot nearly 76 percent from the foul line and was named to the All-11th Region Team...She also earned All-Tournament honors at the District and Regional Tournaments last year...Was a McDonald’s All-American Nominee..Finished high school career with 1,178 points...A member of the National Beta Club.

Kayla plays so hard and gives so much of herself. I love her heart and commitment to our team. She is getting more comfortable running our team from the point guard spot.


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JUSTINE

CLASS: Junior POSITION: Forward

RATERMAN

HEIGHT: 6-1

#34

HOMETOWN: Versailles, OH (Versailles)

career BESTS Points: 27, vs Old Dominion -- 11/16/08 Rebounds: 16, Miami -- 12/10/08 Assists: 8, at Indiana -- 3/22/09 Steals: 4, at La Salle -- 2/27/10 ; Charlotte -- 2/3/10 Blocks: 4, vs Old Dominion -- 11/16/08 FG made: 11, vs Old Dominion -- 11/16/08 3FG made: 4, five times FT made: 9, at La Salle -- 2/27/10

personal INFO Justine is the daughter of Jim and Karen Raterman... She has two sisters (Jacki, age 31, and Julie, age 26) and one brother (Joe, age 27)...She is an AYA Math Education major and plans to become a high school math teacher...Born on July 6, 1990.

career STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 35 33 68

GS 34 33 67

Min/Avg 1134/32.4 871/26.4 2005/29.5

FG 167 160 327

FGA Pct 364 .459 301 .532 665 .492

FG 47 37 84

FGA Pct FT 119 .395 78 103 .359 69 222 .378 147

FTA Pct 105 .743 84 .821 189 .778

Off 79 68 147

Def 219 123 342

Tot Avg PF FO 298 8.5 68 0 191 5.8 50 1 489 7.2 118 1

Ast TO 43 72 41 42 84 114

Blk 21 17 38

Stl Pts/Avg 32 459/13.1 30 426/12.9 62 885/13.0

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I loved the campus, coaches, and especially the girls. One of the most important things to me was the family atmosphere. UD had everything I was looking for in a school. When did you first start playing basketball? I have always grown up around basketball and I feel like I have been playing forever. My first organized team that I played on was in the second grade. I was never really bad at basketball because I got started so early. What is your major? Why? AYA (high school) Math Education. I chose this because I love working with people, especially youth, and I love math. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My family because they have all set great examples for me, yet let me be my own person and pushed me to be my very best while supporting me every day. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? The fans and the community. Everyone in Dayton loves UD basketball. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I love volleyball and miss it so much. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Time Management. You have to learn how to put your academics first yet still get better and commit to the team on the court. And that can be a long process in figuring that out. If you could have one skill you don’t currently have now, realistic or not, what would it be? Gymnastics. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Easygoing, determined, dependable. Why did you pick your jersey number? It has always been everyone in my family’s number. What is your favorite color? Red What is your favorite part of your game? My shot.


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2009-2010 Justine Raterman followed up her phenomenal freshman year with sensational sophomore campaign. She led the Flyers in scoring with 12.9 ppg and scoring 426 points in total. Her 12.9 ppg was 11th in the conference. She shot 52 percent from the field which was the fourth best in the conference. She was also a killer from long distance as she shot 36 percent from three point range which was third best on the team. She was second on the team in three pointers made with 37 and first in attempts with 103. She played and started in every game this season for UD, averaging 26.4 minutes a game. Justine was also proficient from the charity stripe as she shot 82 percent from the free throw line, good for 6th in the conference. She also was unselfish as she finished fourth on the team in assists with 41. She proved to be an all around player by her display on the boards. She was third on the team in rebounds, accumulating 191 for an average of 5.8 rpg. She was second on the team in offensive rebounding averaging 2.1 per game and third on the team in defensive rebounding with 3.7 per game. Justine really performed in the biggest games as she recorded 24 points in a game against Xavier, ranked sixth in the nation at the time. She also scored a game-high 19 in the A-10 semifinal loss to Temple. She also had some important baskets in the Flyers’ NCAA first round win against TCU. She led the team in points 14 times including a 17-point performance against the number one seeded Tennessee in the NCAA Tournament. One of her best performances came in a home win against local rival Wright State when she was able to tally 25 points, the second highest single game mark on the team for the 20092010 season. She also led the team in blocks in that game with two. She was named to the All-Atlantic 10 Team as well as being a member of the A-10 All-Championship team. She also excelled in the classroom as she was a member of the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2008-09 2008-09 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year and Honorable Mention Justine Raterman had easily one of the best seasons of any Flyer freshman in over a decade starting 34 of 35 games. Raterman was a nine-time Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week and led UD with nine double-doubles on the season (fourth in the A-10). Raterman ranked third in rebounding and 10th in scoring nationally among all Division I freshmen. Raterman led UD in scoring (13.1 ppg), rebounding (8.5 rpg), field goal percentage (.459), and three-point field goal percentage (.395). She was one of only three players to rank in the top 10 in both scoring and rebounding in the Atlantic 10. She was ninth in scoring and fourth in rebounding. She was named to the A-10 All-Championship team after leading UD during the league tournament with an average of 14.7 points per game and 8.0 rebounds per game during the tournament. She scored a game-high 19 points on 6-of-13 shooting from the field including 6-of-7 shooting from the line in the defeat of Saint Louis in the first round. She tallied her eighth double-double of the season to lead UD past nationally-ranked Xavier in the quarterfinals. Raterman tallied 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the win. Competing against nationally-ranked Old Dominion on Nov. 25, Raterman scored a career-high 27 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for her first double-double of the season. During the Buckeye Classic Tournament, Raterman averaged 17.0 ppg, 9.0 rpg, and 2.5 bpg on the weekend to be named to the All-Tournament Team. On Dec. 10, she recorded a career-best 16 rebounds which put her in a tie for first place for the most rebounds in a game by a UD freshman. She scored in double-figures 22 times and grabbed double-digit rebounds 13 times. In conference play, she averaged a team-best 12.5 ppg and 6.9 rpg. She also led in field goal percentage hitting 45 percent of her shots from the floor (58-of-127). Raterman finished fourth all-time in most points in a season by a freshman at UD. She finished second all-time in most rebounds in a season by a freshman at UD. In addition, she is in the record books in free throws attempted (5th, 105), free throw accuracy (4th, .743), three-pointers attempted (1st, 119), three-point accuracy (2nd, .395), blocks (T-3rd, 21), and minutes played (1st, 32.4). High School A two-sport athlete at Versailles High School who excelled in basketball and volleyball...On the hardwood, she was named 2008 Midwest Athletic Conference Basketball Player of the Year...2008 First Team All-Ohio in Division III...2008 Division III State Tournament MVP...2008 Southwest District Player of the Year...2008 District 9 Player of the Year...McDonald’s All-American Nominee...2008 Daily Advocate Athlete of the Year...2008 Rae Burick Women in Sports Award winner...2008 MVP Magazine Player of the Year...Finished high school career as the all-time leading scorer and rebounder at Versailles...Led team to the 2008 Division III state title...Elected to Midwest Athletic Conference Basketball First Team all four years...Named to the Dayton Daily News Division III First Team all four years...Was named First Team All-Ohio in Division III volleyball in 2006 and 2007...Also in volleyball, was conference player of the year in 2007, District 9 Player of the Year in 2005 and 2007, and first team all-conference three times.

When you combine talent with great work ethic, confidence and desire you get Justine Raterman. She has also turned into a leader on our team.


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OLIVIA APPLEWHITE

CLASS: Sophomore POSITION: Forward HEIGHT: 6-0

#4

HOMETOWN: Forestville, MD (Eleanor Roosevelt)

career BESTS Points: 8, at Duquesne -- 1/27/10 ; Navy -- 1/5/10 Rebounds: 8, Navy -- 1/5/10 Assists: 2, Xavier -- 2/17/10 Steals: 3, Richmond -- 1/23/10 Blocks: 2, vs Vermont -- 12/29/09 FG made: 4, at Duquesne -- 1/27/10 3FG made: 1, Navy -- 1/5/10 FT made: 5, Richmond -- 1/23/10

personal INFO Daughter of Perry Applewhite and Deidre Hudnell...Born July 3, 1991...Intends to major in Physical Therapy.

career STATS Year GP 2009-10 28 TOTAL 28

GS 0 0

Min/Avg 276/9.9 276/9.9

FG 34 34

FGA Pct 83 .410 83 .410

FG 1 1

FGA Pct 5 .200 5 .200

FT 24 24

FTA Pct 39 .615 39 .615

Off 26 26

Def 62 62

Tot 88 88

Avg 3.1 3.1

PF 51 51

FO 1 1

Ast 7 7

TO 32 32

Blk 4 4

Stl 12 12

Pts/Avg 93/3.3 93/3.3

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I decided to play at UD because I liked everyone here and I felt like it was a great opportunity for me to be a part of something special. When did you first start playing basketball? I first started playing basketball when I was ten and I was awful. I didn’t even know all the rules of the game, everything was taught to me. What is your major? Why? I am an Undecided Arts and Sciences major because I want to become a Physical Therapist one day. Who do you look up to the most? Why? I look up to my mother because she is a very special person to me and I couldn’t imagine being the person I am today without her. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? We get great laptops! Also the environment is excellent and random people are really kind to me. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I love to take long walks in the rain. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? BIOLOGY. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Funny, upbeat, and kind. Why did you pick your jersey number? I’ve been wearing No. 44 my entire high school career and in AAU and I got tired of it so I just wanted to do something new without changing my number completely. What is your favorite part of your game? Getting the ball straight off the glass and starting the break. If you could be any person in the world for one day who would it be and why? Serena Williams because I briefly tried tennis when I was younger and I was awful. She is the best so it would be great to be her. She is also super strong!


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2009-10 A powerful presence with solid footwork, freshman Olivia Applewhite finished her rookie campaign averaging 3.3 ppg and 3.1 rpg after seeing action in 28 games and averaging 9.9 mpg...She made her Flyer debut against Seattle in the Purdue BTI Classic and notched a game-high seven rebounds to go along with five points...She had five rebounds, three points and a steal against Chicago State...She tallied seven points in her debut at UD Arena against Milwaukee and had five rebounds and a careerhigh two blocks against Vermont at the Blue Sky Classic...She registered a career high in points (8) and rebounds (8) against Navy and had a solid outing in Dayton’s 83-31 win over Richmond, posting seven points after going 5-of-8 from the free throw line...She also had six rebounds and a career-high three steals...She tied a career high with eight points against Duquesne...Applewhite was good for six points and a steal at No. 10 Xavier. She registered a team-high seven rebounds in 20 minutes of action against Charlotte and a team-high seven rebounds to go with six points against Saint Louis...She dished a career-high two assists against No. 6 Xavier and hauled in five rebounds against Temple in the A-10 semifinals...Applewhite closed out her freshman season with two points and three rebounds at Tennessee in the second round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament. High School Applewhite was named an adidas Top 10 All-American all three seasons at Eleanor Roosevelt High School...The three-time All-Metro Honorable Mention was also her school’s Female Athlete of the Year her senior season...Earned second team all-county honors in her junior season and was named to the first team her final season... During her junior year, she was named a Sporting News All-American... She helped lead her squad to the state championship title all four years of her high school career... Garnered Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman and was an MVP her senior season averaging 14.0 ppg and 15.0 rpg...In addition, was also a Second Team All-Metro selection and an honor roll student.

Olivia is the strongest player on our team. She has grown in her offensive game to become a very polished scorer. She has worked her way into a starting role.


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SAMANTHA

CLASS: Sophomore

MACKAY

POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 5-8

#14

HOMETOWN: Dublin, OH (Dublin Coffman)

career BESTS Points: 8, vs SeattleU -- 11/22/09 Rebounds: 4, at Xavier -- 1/30/10 Assists: 5, Milwaukee-Wisconsin -- 12/04/09 Steals: 2, four times FG made: 4, vs SeattleU -- 11/22/09 3FG made: 1, three times FT made: 3, vs No. 9 Seed TCU -- 3/20/10

personal INFO Daughter of Ron and Sandy Richards... Born on May 24, 1991..Intends to major in sports management.

career STATS Year GP 2009-10 26 TOTAL 26

GS 0 0

Min/Avg 237/9.1 237/9.1

FG 19 19

FGA Pct 64 .297 64 .297

FG 3 3

FGA Pct 26 .115 26 .115

FT 6 6

FTA Pct 8 .750 8 .750

Off 5 5

Def 26 26

Tot 31 31

Avg 1.2 1.2

PF 14 14

FO 0 0

Ast 36 36

TO 39 39

Blk 0 0

Stl 15 15

Pts/Avg 47/1.8 47/1.8

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? The coaches and players were great and the University provided everything I was looking for! When did you first start playing basketball? I first started playing basketball probably as soon as I started walking. What is your major? Why? Sports Management because I thought this was the best path to get all the tools I need to become a college coach. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My mom, she is my best friend, when I was younger we spent a lot of time together, it was me and her, and she is just an amazing person in my eyes. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? Being a part of this growing program is an amazing feeling. The family atmosphere that has been created was exactly what I was looking for. What has been your most memorable moment in life? Signing a letter of intent to the University of Dayton. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I hate to run. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? There is not much free time. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Funny, Laid-back, and quiet. Why did you pick your jersey number? In high school I had to settle for the number 14, and then when I could finally get the number I wanted, I did not want it anymore. I could not see myself without the number 14. What is your favorite color? Blue-green What is your favorite part of your game? Passing. Who is your favorite woman player of all-time? Sue Bird.


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2009-2010 Played in 26 games during her freshman season at UD and averaged 9.1 mpg... MacKay made her debut in a win over Georgetown and played four minutes while also tallying one assist... Had a season-high eight points on 4-6 shooting with three rebounds, two assists, and two steals in a win over Seattle... Samantha had a career high five assists in her home debut against Milwaukee-Wisconsin... Put up five points in 10 minutes against Navy... Had two points, two rebounds, four assists, and one steal against Richmond... Had her career-high four rebounds to go along with two assists against No. 10 ranked Xavier. High School In her senior season, MacKay was named a McDonald’s All-American Nominee...She was the District 10 Player of the Year and Ohio Central Conference Player of the Year...MacKay was also named First Team All-OCC both her junior and senior seasons...During her junior season, MacKay earned second team alldistrict and All-Ohio honorable mention honors... She finished her career as the school’s record holder in career assists, single season assists , and single game assists.... MacKay also owns the school’s record in steals (single, season, and career) and in most career three pointers.

Sam has great court awareness and is learning how to work harder and be more efficient. She will help us more as she continues to grow and improve.


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B R I T TA N Y

CLASS: Redshirt Sophomore

WILSON

POSITION: Forward HEIGHT: 5-11

#42

HOMETOWN: Louisville, KY (Manual)

career BESTS Points: 11, Milwaukee-Wisconsin -- 12/4/09 Rebounds: 10, vs St. Bonaventure -- 3/6/10 Assists: 2, Wright State -- 12/6/09 Steals: 2, vs SeattleU -- 11/22/09 ; at UIC -- 11/30/09 Blocks: 1, four times FG made: 4, three times 3FG made: 1, three times FT made: 5, at Purdue -- 11/21/09

personal INFO Daughter of Brunetta Wilson…Born December 24, 1989…Majoring in Engineering Technology.

career STATS Year GP 2009-10 22 TOTAL 22

GS 0 0

Min/Avg 262/11.9 262/11.9

FG 39 39

FGA Pct 61 .639 61 .639

FG 3 3

FGA Pct 9 .333 9 .333

FT 27 27

FTA Pct 42 .643 42 .643

Off 27 27

Def 56 56

Tot 83 83

Avg 3.8 3.8

PF 24 24

FO 0 0

Ast 7 7

TO 18 18

Blk 4 4

Stl Pts/Avg 12 108/4.9 12 108/4.9

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? Before coming to a college I wanted to be a part of a team that was like a family. Also I wanted to be a part of a team who was a part of a good academic school and Dayton fit my preference. When did you first start playing basketball? I started playing basketball when I was in elementary school in the third grade. I had some fundamentals down. I was not the best but I was a little above average compared to other female athletes. What is your major? Why? I am majoring in engineering technology because technology has my interest and I have always picked up on it easily. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My mother is the person that I look up to the most because she is a hard working, independent woman. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? Best part of being a UD Flyer is being part of a great academic and athletic school. What has been your most memorable moment in life? The most memorable moment in my life was when I taught my mother how to dance. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I love supporting fans. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Time management is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete. If you could have one skill you don’t currently have now, realistic or not, what would it be? I wish I could jump high. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Hilarious, strong, dedicated Why did you pick your jersey number? When my mother was in high school she wore the same number as me now. What is your favorite part of your game? My favorite part of my game is shooting. What other sports have you played? Softball, tennis, and track


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2009-2010 After gaining of year of experience red shirting, Wilson seemed poised to show her skill to the Flyer faithful. She played 22 games for the Flyers, averaging 11.9 minutes per game. Brittany made good use of her playing time as she scored a total of 108 points for an average of 4.9. Her efficiency did not stop there as Brittany shot an astounding 63 percent from the field. She was able to grab a total of 83 rebounds for an average of 3.8 a game. She also was able to total 12 steals. Brittany had a big game on the boards against Chicago State as she led the Flyers with eight rebounds. She also led, or tied, for the team high in steals during four different games with two being her highest total. None of her baskets came at a better time than her game winning shot in the first round win of the NCAA Tournament. The Flyers’ come-from-behind win was capitalized as Wilson hit a jumper with 33 seconds left to go in the game to give the Flyers their second lead of the game. This proved to be the only lead that was needed. 2008-09 Medical Redshirt due to an ACL injury. High School Named to the All-Tournament Team after leading Louisville’s Manual High School to the State Semifinals and a 30-6 record this past season...Named MVP of the Regional Tournament and a First Team All-State selection by the Courier Journal...As a senior, averaged 18.7 ppg, 11.5 rpg, 2.9 spg, and 2.1 apg.

BW has grown so much as a person. I am so proud of the maturity she has gained. She has helped us win several important games and I see her continuing her growth.


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K A R I DAUGHERTY

CLASS: Sophomore POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-1

#44

HOMETOWN: Fresno, OH (River View)

career BESTS

personal INFO

Points: 19, at Miami -- 12/12/09 Rebounds: 5, three times Assists: 3, four times Steals: 3, at George Washington -- 1/9/10 Blocks: 2, at Massachusetts -- 2/13/10 FG made: 7, Butler -- 12/21/09

Daughter of Bill and Caroline Daugherty...Her mom, Caroline was her high school coach...Sister of current senior Flyer, Kristin Daugherty...Younger sister Andi and younger brother Kyle…Born October 27, 1990...Intends to major in education.

3FG made: 4, at Miami -- 12/12/09 ; at Fordham -- 2/11/10

FT made: 7, at Miami -- 12/12/09

career STATS Year GP 2009-10 33 TOTAL 33

GS 0 0

Min/Avg 480/14.5 480/14.5

FG 65 65

FGA Pct 164 .396 164 .396

FG 18 18

FGA Pct 61 .295 61 .295

FT 46 46

FTA Pct 61 .754 61 .754

Off 35 35

Def 42 42

Tot 77 77

Avg 2.3 2.3

PF 53 53

FO 0 0

Ast 30 30

TO 45 45

Blk 8 8

Stl Pts/Avg 21 194/5.9 21 194/5.9

Why did you decide to play basketball at UD? I felt like the program was really on the rise, but more importantly the people here are amazing. I came to this team because of the coaches and the teammates that I would get to share my experience with. When did you first start playing basketball? I first started playing basketball in the third grade and I was AWFUL! I told my mom I wanted to quit because I was so bad. Thankfully she talked me out of it. What is your major? Why? Middle Childhood Education. I feel like being a teacher at this age level, I will really be able to have a lasting impact on kid’s lives. Who do you look up to the most? Why? My Parents. It might sound biased but they are the best people I know. They’ve raised me to the best of their abilities and I hope that one day I can be as good of a parent as they are. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? The team! I love each and every one of the girls. What is something every fan needs to know about you? I love big crowds! What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Trying to balance everything. What are three words you think your teammates would use to describe you? Fun, competitive, and nice. Why did you pick your jersey number? I wanted 40 my freshman year in high school, but it was taken, so I was going to wear number 42, but on picture day the coach couldn’t find 42 so I took 44 and fell in love with it. What is your favorite part of your game? My set shot. Favorite snack? Ice.


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2009-2010 Kari Daugherty entered her freshman year with high expectations and did not disappoint. She played in all 33 games for the Flyers and averaged 14.5 minutes per game. She made good use of her time as she accumulated 194 points over the season which was good for an average of 5.9 per game. She also totaled 30 assists during the season as well as 21 steals. She was named the A-10 Rookie of the Week twice as well as being named to the A-10 All-Rookie team. High School The sister of Flyer senior Kristin Daugherty...Kari Daugherty helped lead her team to back-to-back state championship titles in 2005-06 and 2006-07... She was the State Tournament MVP in 05-06 and the Tournament Co-MVP in 06-07 and is a three-time First Team ECOL and Eastern District Team selection... Daugherty also earned ECOL Second Team and Eastern District Second Team honors in 2005-06... She was named to the District 5 First Team all four years at River View... In addition, she was named Honorable Mention All-Ohio during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons...In back-toback seasons (07-08 and 08-09), she garnered First Team All-Ohio honors and was named the ECOL Player of the Year, Eastern District Player of the Year, and District 5 Player of the Year...In 2009, Daugherty was named an All-Ohio Co-Player of the Year... Daugherty was named to the state tournament team in 07, 08, and 09... In AAU action, Daugherty’s team finished the 2007 season 26-1 winning the Blue Chip Tournament...A two-sport athlete in high school, Daugherty also played volleyball and earned ECOL First Team Honors and Eastern District Honors as a junior and senior ....Was the ECOL Player of the Year her senior season...Was the ECOL and Eastern District Player of the Year in 2008...Also named to the All-Ohio First Team in 2008 and the All-Ohio Second Team in 2007...An academic standout, Daugherty graduated first in her class and was member of the National Honors Society and was also Academic All-Ohio.

Kari is smart, talented and hard working. As her confidence in her abilities grow she will continue to help us build a great program.


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CASSIE S A N T

#33

personal INFO

CLASS: Freshman POSITION: Center HEIGHT: 6-2 HOMETOWN: Kettering,OH (Fairmont)

Cassie is the daughter of Eric and Roxanne Gray. She has a younger brother, Vincent, and younger sister, Zoe. She intends to major in Civil Engineering.

Why did you decide to play basketball at the University of Dayton? I love the family atmosphere associated with UD’s basketball program. The players are so close knit and the coaches absolutely love what they do. Everyone around campus is so friendly and I love the fact I’m only minutes away from home. There was no school better fit for me. When did you first start playing basketball? I started playing basketball in fifth grade for one of my best friend’s dad. He had a team, the Kettering Cobras, and since I was tall, he figured I should try out. I was absolutely awful at that point and my mom never thought I would stick with it but I’ve been playing ever since. What is your major? Why? I am a civil engineering major. I love art and design and hope to make lots of money so I figured this was the best route to go to do so :) Who do you look up to the most? Why? I admire both my parents a lot. They are extremely supportive of all that I do and push me to do my best at all times. They both have worked very hard and have set a great example for me and my siblings to follow. I love them and can’t thank them enough for being such great parents. What is the best part about being a UD Flyer? How much support you receive. It is not just from the coaches and teammates, the entire University is behind us; professors, academic advisors, managers, everyone around just wants the best for us and help us out. What has been your most memorable moment in life? On the court? The most memorable moment on the court would be making it to the State tournament my senior year of high school. It was the first time in school history and it was a huge achievement. Our team was over looked all year so it was cool proving everyone wrong. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete? Time management. There is not much free time outside of a full class load, practices, games, study tables, and eating. You really have to keep your priorities straight. Why did you pick your jersey number? Throughout my basketball career I have almost always been #3 or #44. Since number 44 was taken I thought I would kind of combine the two, keeping the double digits of 44 but the numbers 33. If you could play any other Division I sport in college what would it be and why? Volleyball for sure! I absolutely love volleyball; being able to hit a ball as hard as you can and then block someone in return, it’s a great feeling. What is something most people do not know about you? I was recruited to play volleyball at UD before I ever received a single letter from Coach Jabir. (this was before the volleyball’s new coaching staff and huge success :)


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With only one scholarship available, University of Dayton women’s basketball coach Jim Jabir and his staff landed one of the top local basketball products in several years when Fairmont High School star Cassie Sant signed her letter of intent to attend UD and play basketball for the Flyers. Sant, Fairmont’s much sought-after 6-foot-2 center, is a three-year starter and averaged a team-high 14 points and nine rebounds as a junior last season, leading the Firebirds to a 22-4 record. Just as impressive, she also has a 3.7 grade point average. On the national recruiting rankings, Sant is rated the ninth-best power forward in the nation and the 82nd best prospect overall by the ESPNU HoopsGirlz 100. In her junior season, Sant was an Honorable Mention All-Ohio selection. She is a two-time First Team All-Greater Western Ohio Conference selection. High School Cassie was able to compile arguably the most impressive career in Fairmont history. She owns the school record in points (1,226), rebounds (708), and most career assists (228). She also holds a record for most assists in a game with ten. She help lead her team to two league championships and two district championships her junior and senior year. In her senior season (2009-2010) she was able to average 13.3 points, 6.8 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game. This all attributed to her leading the Firebirds to their first ever state championship appearance in school history.

Cassie is one of the most talented players I’ve been around. She needs to learn to play more physically and more aggressively. When she gets that down she will be a force on the court.


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TONYA

CONLEY

#50/3 personal INFO

Tonya is the daughter of Jeffrey and Theresa Conley. She has three siblings, older brothers Jared and Tyrone, who plays basketball at the University of New Hampshire, as well as a younger sister Janel. She intends to major in Pre-Medicine.

CLASS: Freshman POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 5-5 HOMETOWN: Burlington, VT (Burlington)


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High School Tonya averaged 16 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists over her senior season at Burlington. She was named a team captain as the Metro Division Player of the Year. She was named Metro Division First Team, to the Vermont All- Star Team as well as being a McDonalds All-American Nominee.

Tonya is a hard working kid who really wanted to be a part of our program. She has been a great asset and fits in our family.


THE COACHES>


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JIM JABIR HEAD COACH Eighth Season at UD (115-103, .528) 24th Season Overall (335-326, .507) Nazareth ‘84

JABIR’S CAREER>

It’s no surprise that Jabir was named the 2007-2008 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year after mentoring the Flyers to a modernprogram record 25-9 record including an 12-6 mark in games decided by 10 points or less. The Flyers went on to earntheir second postseason berth in modern history with a trip to the WNIT to cap the best season in modern program history. UD improved by 11.5 victories from 2006-2007 to 2007-2008 on the strength of a school-record 16-game winning streak that was the longest in the nation at one point. The Flyers also earned their first ever votes in the AP Top 25 Poll in 2007-2008 as they were listed in two different weeks. UD has been one of the most improved teams in the nation under the direction of Jabir. In addition to the strides made in 2007-2008, UD had the fourth best single-season turnaround in the nation in the 2004-2005 season with an improvement of nine wins over the previous campaign. Jabir and Dayton continued the trend in 2005-2006 with an improvement of five more wins, giving UD the second best improvement over a two-year span in the nation. The season also saw two different Flyers earn Atlantic 10 All-Conference accolades as UD finished sixth in a conference that sent five teams to postseason play. Dayton also advanced to the Quarterfinals of the A-10 Tournament and finished with a winning record for the first time in five years. UD returned to the Atlantic 10 Quarterfinals at the conclusion of the 2006-07 season marking the third time in school history that the Flyers had advanced past their opening round in the Atlantic 10 Tournament. Dayton played close games throughout the 2006-07 campaign as 15 of its 31 games were decided by single digits despite having just one senior in the starting lineup.

Hard-working. Compassionate. Dedicated. These are just a few words that come to mind when talking with Jim Jabir. On April 8, 2003, the University of Dayton introduced Jabir as the women’s basketball team’s eighth head coach and first male head coach in the history of the program. Since taking over as Dayton’s head coach in 2003, Jim Jabir has earned a mark of 115103 at UD and is 335-326 in 23 years overall. With a 2010 NCAA at-large berth and First Round victory, two Women’s National Invitation appearances, three Atlantic 10 Semifinal appearances (the program’s highest-ever finish), and 16 A-10 All-Conference performers under his belt while at the helm of the Flyers, Jabir has undoubtedly led the University of Dayton to its most successful stint in modern program history. Jabir is focused on making success more of the rule than the exception and the results speak for themselves. The Flyers have finished the last three seasons with 20-wins or more and have made three consecutive postseason appearances. The 2009-10 University of Dayton women’s basketball team experienced one of its best seasons in history after finishing the year with a 25-8 overall mark, tying the school record for wins since becoming a Division I program. The Flyers made their fourth ever and third straight postseason appearance; this 2009-10 postseason was special however – it was the first NCAA Division I Tournament the UD women’s basketball team had ever been a part of. The season started with a bang as Dayton defeated its first ever Top 10 team, knocking off No. 10 Michigan State in its season opener. The Flyers continued their firsts and bests throughout the season; appearing for the first time in program history in the AP and USA Today/ESPN Top 25 polls, and acutally received votes in at least one of the polls the entire 20 weeks of the season. UD went 11-3 in Atlantic 10 action and earned the No. 2 seed in the tournament, its highest ever. Dayton had a school record five players go on to earn Atlantic 10 accolades. The dream season continued as Brittany Wilson scored just before the buzzer, and the eighthseeded Flyers rallied from an 18-point deficit to beat No. 9 seed TCU 67-66 in the opening round of the NCAA women’s tournament at the University of Tennessee on March 20, 2010. Jabir became the second all-time winningest coach at UD, taking No. 109 with UD’s 72-42 win over Fordham Feb. 11. Coach Jabir has taken the Flyers from three wins to three 20-plus win seasons in just seven years. Jabir was one of 10 coaches named a finalist for the Kay Yow Coach of the Year Award. In 2009 when defeating nationally-ranked Xavier in the quarterfinals behind a group of underclassmen, it was more than just “luck”; the win marked a significant moment for a team and a program on the rise. The Flyers 21-14 record in 2008-09 was the second-most wins since the program turned Division I and UD finished the year with most postseason individual honors ever.

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Jabir came to UD after spending one season as an assistant at Colorado. In his last season at CU, the Buffaloes (24-8) advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament and were ranked as high as 23rd in the ESPN/Coaches’ Poll and 24th in the Associated Press Poll. Jabir was primarily responsible for the development of CU’s post players, including the Buffaloes’ first-ever First Team All-Big 12 selection. Jabir had been a head coach for 16 seasons prior to coaching at CU. His broad coaching experience ranges from the Big East Conference to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. The Brooklyn, NY native began his coaching career as an assistant at Nazareth College (1984-85) and at Buffalo State (1985-86). Jabir was instrumental in leading the Bengals to a 23-3 slate, the SUNYAC title, a 22-game winning streak, an NCAA regional tournament appearance and a national ranking (No. 3) during the 1985-86 season. After one season as an assistant, Jabir became the head coach at Buffalo State during the 1986-87 season at the age of 24. He led that team to a 14-11 record and guided the Bengals to the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) championship and an appearance in the Division III Tournament. Jabir matriculated to Siena College from Buffalo State, where he served as the head coach of the Saints for three seasons (1987-90) and compiled a 50-29 record. Jabir’s teams posted three consecutive winning seasons. In his first season, Jabir was responsible for the development of Siena’s first-ever Freshman All-American. After his stint at Siena, Jabir spent six years at Marquette University becoming one of the most successful coaches in the history of the program, elevating the Golden Eagles into the national spotlight.


After posting a 7-20 record during his inaugural year (199091) at Marquette, Jabir guided his team to four consecutive winning seasons, two 20-plus winning seasons and three postseason appearances, including back-to-back bids to the NCAA Tournament. In 1994-95, Marquette won the Great Midwest Conference Tournament, the first tournament championship in school history. This followed the 1993-94 campaign in which Jabir compiled a program-best 22-7 overall record and its first trip to the NCAA Tournament. Before his stint at Colorado, Jabir was at the helm of Providence College for six seasons, 1996-2002. During his last three years, the Friars’ record improved with each season and in his final season, the Friars finished 13-15 overall and eighth of 14 schools in the prestigious Big East, its highest finish ever since the Big East went to a one division format.

“We are building a family here at UD. A happy, successful family is made up of good people working very hard to achieve a common goal and that is what you will see when you look at the people in our family. Selfless, hard working, honest, intelligent and humble. That’s what our family looks like...that’s who we want to be and we like it so much.”

“Bringing different people together to share and embrace a common goal and realizing

that goal is an intense and rewarding feeling.

We all need a reason to get out of bed in the morning.

A purpose, a passion. That’s what is happening at UD.”

A B O U T J I M>

JABIR YEAR BY YEAR >

AGE: 48 BIRTHDATE: August 12, 1962 FAMILY: Children – Lauren, Shane, Jackson HOMETOWN: Brooklyn, NY BACHELOR’S DEGREE: Nazareth College (Rochester, NY), 1984; English MASTER’S DEGREE: Buffalo Sate University, 1986; Student Personnel Administration PLAYING CAREER: 1976-80 Xaverian High School, Brooklyn, NY 1980-84 Nazareth College COACHING CAREER: 1984-85 Assistant Coach, Nazareth College 1985-86 Assistant Coach, Buffalo State 1986-87 Head Coach, Buffalo State 1987-90 Head Coach, Siena College 1990-96 Head Coach, Marquette University NCAA (1994, 1995) WNIT (1993) 1996-02 Head Coach, Providence College 2002-03 Assistant Coach, University of Colorado NCAA (2003) 2003- Head Coach, University of Dayton

Year School 1986-87 Buffalo State 1987-88 Siena 1988-89 Siena 1989-90 Siena 1990-91 Marquette 1991-92 Marquette 1992-93 Marquette 1993-94 Marquette 1994-95 Marquette 1995-96 Marquette 1996-97 Providence 1997-98 Providence 1998-99 Providence 1999-00 Providence 2000-01 Providence 2001-02 Providence 2002-03 Colorado 2003-04 Dayton 2004-05 Dayton 2005-06 Dayton 2006-07 Dayton 2007-08 Dayton 2008-09 Dayton 2009-10 Dayton TOTAL 22 Seasons

Record Pct. 14-11 .560 16-10 .615 16-8 .667 18-11 .621 7-20 .259 16-13 .552 22-9 .709 22-7 .759 19-12 .613 8-20 .286 13-14 .481 10-17 .370 5-22 .185 10-17 .370 11-17 .393 13-15 .464 Assistant Coach, 3-25 .107 12-16 .429 17-12 .586 12-19 .387 25-9 .735 21-14 .600 25-8 .758 335-326 .507

Season Highlights SUNYAC Champions MAAC Semifinals WNIT Great Midwest Champions, NCAA Great Midwest Champions, NCAA record not included in totals 6th in A-10 4th in A-10 A-10 Quarterfinals A-10 Quarterfinals A-10 Semifinals, WNIT First Round A-10 Semifinals, WNIT Second Round A-10 Semifinals, NCAA Second Round

Jabir was named a finalist for the inaugural Kay Yow National Coach of the Year in 2010. He was named the 2007-08 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year in his fifth season as head coach of the Flyers. In addition, Jabir was a two-time Reebok/Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year while at Marquette. He is a 1984 graduate of Nazareth College in Rochester, New York, where he received a degree in English. He also earned his Masters degree in Student Personnel Administration from Buffalo State in 1986. Jabir has three children; Lauren, Shane and Jackson.

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH FOURTH SEASON AT UD WISCONSIN ‘03 PLAYING CAREER 1998-’02 WISCONSIN COACHING CAREER 2002-’03 STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH – WISCONSIN 2003-’07 ASSISTANT COACH – CLEVELAND STATE 2007-PRESENT ASSISTANT COACH - DAYTON

KYLE RECHLICZ

University of Dayton head coach Jim Jabir welcomed Kyle Rechlicz to his staff as an assistant women’s basketball coach on July 7, 2007. Entering her fourth season at Dayton, Rechlicz was promoted to associate head coach in the summer of 2010. She is also a graduate of the 2010 NCAA Women Coaches Academy. Rechlicz joined the Flyer family after spending the previous four seasons as the recruiting coordinator at Cleveland State. “Kyle has a passion for the game and will to succeed,” Jabir said. “She is a hard worker who is knowledgeable about basketball and a student of the game.” While working alongside her former collegiate coach from her days at Wisconsin, Kate Peterson, Rechlicz helped the Vikings to attract talented players to Cleveland State. CSU signed a Horizon League AllNewcomer Team pick in 2003 and had another addition that was ranked as the 20th-best shooting guard in the nation and went on to earn All-Newcomer and All-Defensive Team honors from the Horizon League in 2006. Rechlicz used her experience as a guard at Wisconsin to help develop the Cleveland State backcourt. She coached the 2006-2007 Horizon League Newcomer of the Year as well as two other guards that earned Horizon League All-Newcomer Team honors. Rechlicz also mentored a First Team All-Horizon League pick during her time at CSU. Although much of her time at Cleveland State was spent helping out on the hardwood, Rechlicz also assisted in the development of a proposal to the NCAA Choices Grant Committee to implement an effective alcohol education and prevention program for CSU. After finishing her playing career for Wisconsin in 2002, Rechlicz served in 2002-03 as a student assistant coach for the Badgers. Among her duties were to assist Peterson in her recruiting efforts, help in the preparation of scouting reports, organize and manage the Jane’s Gem Kids Club and recruit and coach the male practice squad. The former Kyle Black during her playing days, she was Wisconsin’s premier three-point shooter. She made a triple in all but one game as a senior and set a school record with seven (of 11) three-pointers in collecting a career-high 26 points versus Holy Cross. The Indianapolis native led the Big Ten Conference as a junior, hitting .406 percent from beyond the arc. As a senior, Rechlicz earned her second Academic All-Big Ten honor while averaging a career-best 12.1 points per game. Rechlicz and her husband, David, welcomed their daughter, Payton Anne, to the world on March 25, 2005.

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“No one outside sees the amount of sweat and pain that our team has put into trying to win a championship. To me the vision of a champion is not the player holding the trophy at the end of the game. A champion is the player who strides off the court when no one is watching, drenched in sweat knowing that they gave it everything they had to become their best.”


ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON AT UD EASTERN ILLINOIS ‘01 PLAYING CAREER 1997-‘01 EASTERN ILLINOIS COACHING CAREER 2002-‘04 ASSISTANT COACH –UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-WHITEWATER 2004-‘06 ASSISTANT COACH – FORT MYERS (FL) HIGH SCHOOL 2006-‘09 ASSISTANT COACH – CLEVELAND STATE 2009-PRESENT ASSISTANT COACH – DAYTON

ANGIE RUSSELL The University of Dayton welcomed Angie Russell as an assistant coach in July of 2009. Russell, now in her second season at UD, was promoted to recruiting coordinator during the summer of 2010. Russell joined Jim Jabir’s staff at the University of Dayton from Cleveland State University where she served as an assistant for three seasons. “Bringing Angie Russell into the program at this juncture is pivotal,” said head coach Jim Jabir. “She brings a great amount of recruiting experience with her contacts in Ohio. She also cares a lot about our players as people, students, and athletes.” Russell played a key role for the Vikings as she helped the squad to its’ first-ever Horizon League Championship and NCAA Tournament bid in 2007-08. While serving as recruiting coordinator, the Wisconsin native brought an aggressive recruiting style that helped CSU sign a five-player class that was called one of the most talented and deepest classes in program history. In her role as team academic monitor, Russell helped Cleveland State to a WBCA Academic Top 25 ranking in 2006-07. “I feel very fortunate to join Coach Jabir’s staff at the University of Dayton,” Russell said. “I’m looking forward to helping our players continue to reach new levels of success.” While serving as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Russell earned her master’s degree in athletic administration. From there, she coached at Wisconsin-Whitewater for two seasons serving as the recruiting coordinator. Prior to her arrival at Cleveland State, Russell served as an assistant coach at Fort Myers High School in Fort Myers, Florida. The 2000 graduate of Eastern Illinois University was a four-year letterwinner in basketball. She started 52 of 54 games at forward her last two seasons, averaging 9.0 points and 6.1 rebounds per game as a senior. Russell graduated in three years with a bachelor’s degree in speech communication and was a three-time member of the Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

“The family atmosphere we have on this team is like nothing I have ever experienced as a player or coach. It’s a really special time to be a Flyer.”

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ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON AT UD INDIANA-PENNSYLVANIA ‘08 PLAYING CAREER 2005-’08 INDIANA-PENNSYLVANIA 2003-’05 U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY COACHING CAREER 2010- PRESENT ASSISTANT COACH – DAYTON 2009-10 GRAD ASSISTANT – SYRACUSE

ADENIYI AMADOU University of Dayton head women’s basketball coach Jim Jabir announced the hiring of Adeniyi Amadou as the new assistant coach on the Flyers staff on Oct. 18, 2010. Adeniyi Amadou (pronounced AD-knee AHM-uh-doo) will work with the post players and help with scouting and recruiting for the Flyers. “Adeniyi is a young, energetic coach who is very intellectual, and brings many assets to the team. He’s going to be a very good coach,” said Jabir. “Our coaches and players have a healthy respect for him and I am eager to have him on the staff.” Amadou, a native of Paris, France, comes to UD after serving on the women’s basketball staff at Syracuse University during the 2009-10 season. He helped The Orange to a 25-11 record and a quarterfinals appearance in the WNIT. He assisted with the strength and conditioning of the players, post player development and scouting, in addition to serving as video coordinator and assistant director of basketball operations. Amadou started his collegiate career playing for the Black Knights of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He transferred to Indiana University of Pennsylvania and led his team in offensive rebounding his senior year. He received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science from IUP and received a Master’s degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse. He is also currently pursuing his Ph.D. in mass communication from the Newhouse School.

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

AMANDA FISCHER Amanda Fischer was named the first-ever University of Dayton women’s basketball full-time director of basketball operations in September 2010.

FIRST SEASON AT UD DAYTON ‘10

“It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”

She has been involved with the Flyer women’s basketball program since 2006. Fischer was a manager for the team during the four years she attended UD. As the UD director of basketball operations, she will coordinate travel, managers, the Jim Jabir Basketball Camp, team community service, and day-to-day operations. Fischer graduated from Dayton in 2010 with honors and a bachelor’s of science degree in pre-physical therapy. Upon graduation, she worked as a G.A. for the Virginia Commonwealth University women’s basketball program during the summer of 2010 before returning to UD. Fischer is from Frankfort, Ill. and is currently working towards her Master’s degree in sport leadership.

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FRANK GOLDSBERRY Frank Goldsberry, who coached at Chaminade-Julienne High School in Dayton from 1996-2003, was responsible for guiding the Eagles to national prominence in high school girls basketball. Goldsberry led C-J to two Ohio Division II state championships (1999, 2003) and to a number one ranking in the country in 2002. The Eagles also were Division I runners-up in 1998 and 2001. In three of the last four seasons under Goldsberry, C-J won the final AP poll. He posted an overall record of 170-16 in his seven seasons and was named Division II State Coach of the Year in 1999. He was also named the District Coach of the Year in both 1998 and 1999 and was the coach of the State Dream Team in 2001. Among Goldsberry’s products include National High School Player of the Year and current Minnesota Lynx forward Tamika Williams, who helped guide Connecticut to the 2000 and

VIDEO COORDINATOR > EIGHTH SEASON AT UD > BALL STATE ‘76

2002 NCAA Championship. He also coached Notre Dame point guard Megan Duffy and most recently Ohio State’s Brandie Hoskins. He has coached six Division I players in the last eight years. Prior to his stint at C-J, Goldsberry was head coach of the boys basketball team at Northmont High School from 1993-1996. There, he posted a 42-24 overall record and led Northmont to its first district final in 20 years. Goldsberry also served as the head boys basketball coach at Tippecanoe High School for 13 years (197992) where he tallied a 165-112 record. While at Tippecanoe, Goldsberry was named Southwestern Rivers Coach of the Year on four occasions. Goldsberry graduated from Ball State University with a degree in Education. He went on to receive his master’s degree in computer science from the University of Dayton. Goldsberry currently works as the computer resource coordinator and computer science teacher at Tipp City Exempted Village Schools in Tipp City, OH. Goldsberry and his wife Paula have four children, John, Ashley, Lindsey and Robert.

MIKE BEWLEY Michael Bewley joined the UD family beginning the 2005-2006 season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Flyers’ basketball teams. Bewley came to UD from Georgia Southern University, where he was the assistant strength and conditioning coach for three years. He developed and implemented conditioning programs for basketball, baseball, soccer, and volleyball, and assisted with Georgia Southern’s 11 other sports. He also has worked as a Sports Performance Nutrionist at Georgia

STRENGTH AND

Southern, and with the Team Savannah USA Olympic Weightlifting team. “Michael’s coaching style and his extensive experience with basketball made him a great fit,” Joe Owens, UD’s Associate Director of Athletics and Director of Performance Enhancement, said. “He has a strong background in nutrition, which is a plus for our studentathletes as they develop themselves into championship form.” Bewley graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 1998 with a major in physical education. He then moved on to the University of Nevada in Reno, where he was a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach and the school’s sport nutrionist. He earned his Master’s in Education Leadership form Nevada in 2002.

CONDITIONING COACH >SIXTH SEASON AT UD >EASTERN KENTUCKY ‘98

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SUPPORT STAFF>

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LINDA WALTZ Linda Waltz joined the athletic department staff in December 1997 as an administrative assistant in the women’s basketball office. Prior to coming to UD, she worked in retail management. A Dayton native, Linda has four daughters and five grandchildren. Waltz resides in Miami Township with her husband Dale. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE > 14TH SEASON AT UD

JAIME POTTER Jaime Potter joined the Flyer staff in October of 2008 and primarily works with the women’s basketball and rowing teams.

ASSISTANT ATHLETICS TRAINER > THIRD SEASON AT UD > AKRON ‘05

Potter comes to Dayton from SDI Ortho, Inc. where she worked as an athletic trainer fitting and measuring custom braces for local colleges. Prior to SDI Ortho, Jaime worked at Klein’s Orthopedic Bracing and Supplies where she also was responsible for custom fitting of patient’s orthopedic braces.

She received a bachelor’s of science degree in Athletic Training from the University of Akron where she served as a graduate assistant for the women’s basketball, football, and baseball teams for two years. She also earned her Master’s Degree in Sports Science and Coaching from Akron. Jaime resides in Centerville, Ohio.

KRYSTAL WARREN Krystal Warren joined the University of Dayton in June 2008. In addition to serving as the athletics communication contact for the UD women’s basketball team, she is also the contact for the Flyer men’s and women’s soccer teams. Warren also oversees the office budget and athletics communication students. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS COMMUNICATION >THIRD SEASON AT UD >URBANA ‘00

Prior to UD, Warren spent five years as the Director of Sports Information as her alma mater, Urbana University. She first started working in athletics communications as a student at Urbana, where she graduated summa cum laude in

2000 with a bachelor’s degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism. Following graduation she spent two years as a sports writer for the Piqua Daily Call where she covered high school, MLS and LPGA events, while also serving as a copy editor. Warren returned to her alma mater in 2002 to serve as Director of Sports Information for four years before heading south as the Associate Director of Athletics Communication at the University of Cincinnati for one year. While at UC, she served as the publications coordinator, was the primary contact for the Bearcat women’s basketball team, and also designed game programs for the Cincinnati men’s and women’s basketball home games. Warren resides in Dayton with her husband Jeremy.

BETH FLACH Beth Flach was added to the University of Dayton staff as an Athletic Academic Coordinator on July 19, 2006. Flach came to Dayton from Indiana State University where she served as the Assistant Athletics Academic Coordinator for five years.

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR > FIFTH SEASON AT UD > CAPITAL ‘98

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Flach serves as Academic Coordinator for the Flyers men’s and women’s basketball teams while also assisting with the academic needs of all UD student-athletes. Flach has been a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics since 2001 and was a committee chair for two years beginning in 2004. She has also been active with the Big Brothers/ Big Sisters for the past five years.

At Indiana State, Flach monitored the academic progress of over 300 student-athletes from 15 athletic teams. She was also responsible for coordinating a mentoring program for freshmen, transfers and academically at-risk student-athletes as well as organizing all aspects of the school’s academic enrichment program. Prior to this role, Flach also served as an Academic Advising Intern where she taught a first year experience course and mentored student-athletes from various athletic teams. Flach also spent time at Central Michigan University from 1999-2000 where she worked in the Athletic Academic Center and as a Graduate Student Administrative Assistant. Flach graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Capital University where she also played volleyball for three seasons. The Crusaders were Ohio Athletic Conference Champions during her junior season and she was a team captain as a senior.


SUPPORT STAFF> LOUISE OESS JONES Louise Oess Jones was named Associate Director of Basketball Operations for the University of Dayton women’s basketball staff in November of 2009. Jones, who played for the Flyer women’s basketball team from 1990-93, joined head coach Jim Jabir’s staff and will serve as a marketing liaison, and work with various youth groups. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS > 2ND SEASON AT UD

KATIE GRIFFIN

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“We are excited to have Louise in our program,” said Jabir. “She played here and understands the history of women’s

LAUREN KLEIST

STUDENT MANAGER

basketball at UD. She is very eager to help this program succeed. We’re very happy that Louise and her daughter Mary are on board.” In addition to working with the UD women’s basketball team, Jones is a Sales Operations Consultant/Tools Specialist at LexisNexis, where she has worked for 11 years. She is also a member of Southbrook Church and member of the Springboro Moms Club. She graduated from Dayton in 1994 with a double major in English and Philosophy. She went on to earn her Juris Doctorate in 1997 from the University of Dayton School of Law. Jones resides in Springboro, Ohio with her daughter Mary.

LINDSAY MOORMAN STUDENT MANAGER

BLAKE HENDERSON

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2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

SEASON REVIEW> 2009-10 The 2009-10 University of Dayton women’s basketball team experienced one of its best seasons in history after finishing the year with a 25-8 overall mark, tying the school record for wins since becoming a Division I program. The Flyers made their fourth ever and third straight postseason appearance; this postseason was special however – it was the first NCAA Division I Tournament the UD women’s basketball team had ever been a part of. Head Coach Jim Jabir recognized the success of the season at the annual women’s basketball awards celebration Saturday at Kennedy Union. In addition to thanking everyone for their efforts and support to make such a triumphant season possible, he and his staff gave out awards and NCAA watches. The season started with a bang as Dayton defeated its first ever Top 10 team, knocking off No. 10 Michigan State in its season opener. The Flyers continued their firsts and bests throughout the season; appearing for the first time in program history in the AP and USA Today/ESPN Top 25 polls. UD went 11-3 in Atlantic 10 action and earned the No. 2 seed in the tournament, its highest ever.

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Dayton had a school record five players earn Atlantic 10 accolades. Following a luncheon, Jabir showed a highlight video of Dayton’s NCAA Tournament run. The No. 8 seed, UD trailed TCU by 18, before rallying to secure a First Round victory over the Horned Frogs. Jabir, along with Director of Athletics Tim Wabler, then distributed yearly awards. Jabir also honored both Dayton’s 1,000-point scorers this season; junior Kristin Daugherty and senior Kendel Ross. He also recognized the team for being named the 2010 Erin Ritchey Memorial Volunteer Service Award winners for their continued commitment and exceptional support to individuals with disabilities. Associate Head Coach Kyle Rechlicz presented the Flyer of the Year Award which went to sophomore Staci Willis. “This award goes to the person who always gives 100 percent,” said Rechlicz. “She always puts her best foot forward. She did more individual workouts than any other player. She gives everything she has every day.”


Freshman Olivia Applewhite was presented with the Most Improved Player Award. “She did anything to get to the point where she could contribute. She made drastic strides on the court and in the classroom this season.” Assistant Coach Angie Russell presented the Academic Award to sophomore Casey Nance. The marketing major carries a 3.80 GPA. Nance, along with fellow sophomore Patrice Lalor, was named an Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar Athlete. Jabir presented senior Kendel Ross with the team’s Most Outstanding Player Award. “With a team like this it was difficult to choose this honor because we have so many unselfish players who really care about winning as a team,” said Jabir. “This wasn’t really about scoring the most points. This is about the mentality she brings to the team. Her first day

on campus her whole goal was to reach the NCAA Tournament. She stayed true to that. We’re going to miss her big time shots and big rebounds, but mostly, we’re going to miss her overall attitude, which for four seasons has been ‘We’re going to win!’” Rechlicz presented the Coaches Award to redshirt sophomore Elle Queen. “When people think about our team, they not only think of the successes we’ve had, but more importantly they talk about our culture; the way we treat each other and care about each other,” said Rechlicz. “Elle epitomizes the characteristics that define our team. Her academics are solid; she strives to be the best in community involvement and is always the first to step up. And she also does it on the court. She gives everything.”

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Basketball Dayton Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2010) All games

2009-10 OVERALL STATS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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34 02 40 44 20 10 22 42 11 23 04 14 12 15

Player

RATERMAN, Justine ROSS, Kendel DAUGHERTY, Kristin DAUGHERTY, Kari LALOR, Patrice CHAMBERS, De'Sarae NANCE, Casey WILSON, Brittany QUEEN, Elle MOSES, Kayla APPLEWHITE, Olivia MACKAY, Samantha LINDSEY, Aundrea WILLIS, Staci Team Total.......... Opponents......

Score by Periods Dayton Opponents

HOME 11-2 6-1 5-1

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

gp-gs

33-33 33-33 33-33 33-0 32-32 26-0 33-33 22-0 33-0 33-1 28-0 26-0 19-0 10-0

871 798 813 480 677 377 751 262 508 455 276 237 160 35

33 33

6700 6700

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

OVERALL 25-8 11-3 14-5

26.4 24.2 24.6 14.5 21.2 14.5 22.8 11.9 15.4 13.8 9.9 9.1 8.4 3.5

UD 2350 71.2 +11.3 860-2037 .422 186-587 .317 5.6 444-634 .700 13.5 1402 42.5 +5.8 491 14.9 556 16.8 +1.5 0.9 251 7.6 149 4.5 44233 13-3403 -

1st 2nd 1147 1172 899 1045

160-301 115-254 121-295 65-164 66-175 47-145 76-172 39-61 59-145 50-138 34-83 19-64 9-31 0-9

.532 .453 .410 .396 .377 .324 .442 .639 .407 .362 .410 .297 .290 .000

OT OT2 Totals 23 8 2350 27 5 1976

.359 .382 .300 .295 .333 .269 .000 .333 .333 .343 .200 .115 .368 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

& & &

^ ^ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ! ! # #

69-84 58-75 46-68 46-61 29-34 28-36 22-44 27-42 42-76 45-62 24-39 6-8 2-5 0-0

Date 11/13/09 11/15/09 11/20/09 11/21/09 11/22/09 11/28/09 11/30/09 12/04/09 12/06/09 12/09/09 12/12/09 12/21/09 12/29/09 12/30/09 1/5/10 1/9/10 1/16/10 1/20/10 1/23/10 1/27/10 01/30/10 2/3/10 2/7/10 2/11/10 02/13/10 2/17/10 2/20/10 2/24/10 02/27/10 3/6/10 3/7/10 03/20/10 03/22/10

.821 .773 .676 .754 .853 .778 .500 .643 .553 .726 .615 .750 .400 .000

off

68 71 44 35 7 17 67 27 58 4 26 5 4 2 53 860-2037 .422 186-587 .317 444-634 .700 488 723-1964 .368 182-567 .321 348-528 .659 425 OPP 1976 59.9 723-1964 .368 182-567 .321 5.5 348-528 .659 10.5 1211 36.7 392 11.9 604 18.3 0.6 245 7.4 148 4.5 59723 14-2062 6-5144

37-103 39-102 30-100 18-61 17-51 18-67 0-6 3-9 1-3 12-35 1-5 3-26 7-19 0-0

AWAY 10-4 5-2 5-2

NEUTRAL 4-2 0-0 4-2

Rebounds def tot avg

123 129 79 42 63 34 136 56 53 34 62 26 16 3 58 914 786

191 200 123 77 70 51 203 83 111 38 88 31 20 5 111 1402 1211

5.8 6.1 3.7 2.3 2.2 2.0 6.2 3.8 3.4 1.2 3.1 1.2 1.1 0.5

pf dq

50 55 37 53 54 26 82 24 42 30 51 14 18 2

42.5 538 36.7 605

a

1 41 0 56 0 51 0 30 2 134 0 23 3 27 0 7 0 26 0 37 1 7 0 36 0 16 0 0

to blk stl

42 61 54 45 71 35 42 18 40 42 32 39 22 3 10 7 491 556 - 392 604

Opponent MICHIGAN STATE LOUISVILLE vs Georgetown at Purdue vs SeattleU at Chicago State at UIC MILWAUKEE-WISCONSIN WRIGHT STATE at Toledo at Miami BUTLER vs Vermont at Dartmouth NAVY at George Washington ST. BONAVENTURE at Saint Joseph's RICHMOND at Duquesne at Xavier CHARLOTTE SAINT LOUIS at Fordham at Massachusetts XAVIER TEMPLE RHODE ISLAND at La Salle vs St. Bonaventure vs Temple vs No. 9 Seed TCU at NO. 1 SEED TENNESSEE

W L W W W W W W W L W Wo2 L W W W W L W W L W W W W Lot W W W W Lot W L

17 32 13 8 0 3 64 4 3 0 4 0 1 0

30 43 19 21 35 12 10 12 27 12 12 15 3 0

pts

avg

426 327 318 194 178 140 174 108 161 157 93 47 27 0

12.9 9.9 9.6 5.9 5.6 5.4 5.3 4.9 4.9 4.8 3.3 1.8 1.4 0.0

149 251 2350 148 245 1976

71.2 59.9

Score 77-74 63-65 62-59 56-53 75-37 82-51 73-46 86-52 79-58 65-68 84-75 84-81 65-74 57-36 84-54 59-55 76-65 62-68 83-31 75-53 49-74 70-55 73-54 72-42 74-60 79-80 71-63 75-56 62-46 83-66 64-67 67-66 64-92

Att. 2046 1197 8503 8773 8644 234 256 872 1092 2043 534 13435 729 630 13167 590 2812 820 2112 650 3221 2733 844 164 403 2503 974 446 522 1009 1054 10922 10022

* = Atlantic 10 Game & = Purdue BTI Classic ^ = Blue Sky Classic ! = Atlantic 10 Championship # = 2010 NCAA Tournament

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2009-10 Dayton Basketball Dayton Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2010) Conference games

2009-10 ATLANTIC 10 STATS > RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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34 40 02 20 22 44 10 11 23 04 42 12 14 15

Player

RATERMAN, Justine DAUGHERTY, Kristin ROSS, Kendel LALOR, Patrice NANCE, Casey DAUGHERTY, Kari CHAMBERS, De'Sarae QUEEN, Elle MOSES, Kayla APPLEWHITE, Olivia WILSON, Brittany LINDSEY, Aundrea MACKAY, Samantha WILLIS, Staci Team Total.......... Opponents......

gp-gs

Score by Periods Dayton Opponents

378 345 332 239 330 182 186 201 200 145 68 93 119 7

14 14

2825 2825

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27.0 24.6 23.7 18.4 23.6 13.0 13.3 14.4 14.3 10.4 9.7 7.8 9.9 2.3

UD 980 70.0 +12.7 349-856 .408 79-262 .302 5.6 203-272 .746 14.5 575 41.1 +3.6 208 14.9 206 14.7 +3.6 1.0 113 8.1 60 4.3 12424 7-1775 -

1st 2nd 463 508 355 437

HOME 6-1 6-1 0-0

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

14-14 14-14 14-14 13-13 14-14 14-0 14-0 14-0 14-1 14-0 7-0 12-0 12-0 3-0

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

OVERALL 11-3 11-3 0-0

64-127 52-123 48-103 31-72 36-77 25-72 20-64 19-54 16-57 18-45 7-12 6-20 7-29 0-1

.504 15-43 .423 13-40 .466 15-43 .431 6-21 .468 0-4 .347 7-29 .313 9-35 .352 1-3 .281 6-17 .400 0-2 .583 1-1 .300 5-11 .241 1-13 .000 0-0

349-856 .408 79-262 297-816 .364 84-228 OPP 802 57.3 297-816 .364 84-228 .368 6.0 124-204 .608 8.9 525 37.5 164 11.7 256 18.3 0.6 96 6.9 55 3.9 6370 7-910 0-0

.349 .325 .349 .286 .000 .241 .257 .333 .353 .000

AWAY 5-2 5-2 0-0

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

36-44 18-25 20-27 17-20 10-19 19-23 22-29 26-35 14-19 10-16 1.000 7-8 .455 2-4 .077 2-3 .000 0-0

Rebounds def tot avg

36 40 76 21 31 52 22 54 76 4 27 31 25 64 89 17 18 35 5 15 20 21 21 42 3 17 20 12 30 42 7 11 18 1 8 9 2 11 13 0 0 0 22 30 52 .302 203-272 .746 198 377 575 .368 124-204 .608 180 345 525

* * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Date 1/9/10 1/16/10 1/20/10 1/23/10 1/27/10 01/30/10 2/3/10 2/7/10 2/11/10 02/13/10 2/17/10 2/20/10 2/24/10 02/27/10

.818 .720 .741 .850 .526 .826 .759 .743 .737 .625 .875 .500 .667 .000

off

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

5.4 3.7 5.4 2.4 6.4 2.5 1.4 3.0 1.4 3.0 2.6 0.8 1.1 0.0

pf dq

22 13 22 18 35 23 9 16 14 22 6 12 5 1

41.1 218 37.5 237

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

a

to blk stl

15 18 23 25 18 12 14 9 17 15 5 10 20 1 4 1 208 206 - 164 256

Opponent at George Washington ST. BONAVENTURE at Saint Joseph's RICHMOND at Duquesne at Xavier CHARLOTTE SAINT LOUIS at Fordham at Massachusetts XAVIER TEMPLE RHODE ISLAND at La Salle

21 21 23 49 11 14 13 6 19 3 2 11 15 0

W W L W W L W W W W Lot W W W

8 6 13 0 24 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0

pts

avg

16 179 9 135 19 131 15 85 5 82 10 76 4 71 11 65 4 52 7 46 2 22 2 19 9 17 0 0

12.8 9.6 9.4 6.5 5.9 5.4 5.1 4.6 3.7 3.3 3.1 1.6 1.4 0.0

60 113 980 55 96 802

70.0 57.3

Score 59-55 76-65 62-68 83-31 75-53 49-74 70-55 73-54 72-42 74-60 79-80 71-63 75-56 62-46

Att. 590 2812 820 2112 650 3221 2733 844 164 403 2503 974 446 522

* = Atlantic 10 Game & = Purdue BTI Classic ^ = Blue Sky Classic ! = Atlantic 10 Championship # = 2010 NCAA Tournament

OT Totals 9 980 10 802

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2009-10 STATS > Opponent

Basketball Dayton Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Nov 17, 2010) All games PTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS

Date

Score

MICHIGAN STATE LOUISVILLE vs Georgetown at Purdue vs SeattleU at Chicago State at UIC MILWAUKEE-WISCONSIN WRIGHT STATE at Toledo at Miami BUTLER vs Vermont at Dartmouth NAVY at George Washington ST. BONAVENTURE at Saint Joseph's RICHMOND at Duquesne at Xavier CHARLOTTE SAINT LOUIS at Fordham at Massachusetts XAVIER TEMPLE RHODE ISLAND at La Salle vs St. Bonaventure vs Temple vs No. 9 Seed TCU at NO. 1 SEED TENNESSE

11/13/09 11/15/09 11/20/09 11/21/09 11/22/09 11/28/09 11/30/09 12/04/09 12/06/09 12/09/09 12/12/09 12/21/09 12/29/09 12/30/09 1/5/10 1/9/10 1/16/10 1/20/10 1/23/10 1/27/10 01/30/10 2/3/10 2/7/10 2/11/10 02/13/10 2/17/10 2/20/10 2/24/10 02/27/10 3/6/10 3/7/10 03/20/10 03/22/10

77-74 63-65 62-59 56-53 75-37 82-51 73-46 86-52 79-58 65-68 84-75 84-81 65-74 57-36 84-54 59-55 76-65 62-68 83-31 75-53 49-74 70-55 73-54 72-42 74-60 79-80 71-63 75-56 62-46 83-66 64-67 67-66 64-92

Opponent

Date

Score

MICHIGAN STATE LOUISVILLE vs Georgetown at Purdue vs SeattleU at Chicago State at UIC MILWAUKEE-WISCONSIN WRIGHT STATE at Toledo at Miami BUTLER vs Vermont at Dartmouth NAVY at George Washington ST. BONAVENTURE at Saint Joseph's RICHMOND at Duquesne at Xavier CHARLOTTE SAINT LOUIS at Fordham at Massachusetts XAVIER TEMPLE RHODE ISLAND at La Salle vs St. Bonaventure vs Temple vs No. 9 Seed TCU at NO. 1 SEED TENNESSE

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11/13/09 11/15/09 11/20/09 11/21/09 11/22/09 11/28/09 11/30/09 12/04/09 12/06/09 12/09/09 12/12/09 12/21/09 12/29/09 12/30/09 1/5/10 1/9/10 1/16/10 1/20/10 1/23/10 1/27/10 01/30/10 2/3/10 2/7/10 2/11/10 02/13/10 2/17/10 2/20/10 2/24/10 02/27/10 3/6/10 3/7/10 03/20/10 03/22/10

COACHES

77-74 63-65 62-59 56-53 75-37 82-51 73-46 86-52 79-58 65-68 84-75 84-81 65-74 57-36 84-54 59-55 76-65 62-68 83-31 75-53 49-74 70-55 73-54 72-42 74-60 79-80 71-63 75-56 62-46 83-66 64-67 67-66 64-92

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

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

02 04 10 11 ROSS,KENDE APPLEWHITE CHAMBERS,D QUEEN,ELLE

12 LINDSEY,AU

14 MACKAY,SAM

15 WILLIS,STA

20 LALOR,PATR

40 DAUGHERTY,

42 WILSON,BRI

44 DAUGHERTY,

14-8-4 17-9-2 4-5-0 2-6-1 3-3-3 13-6-1 16-8-3 18-9-2 11-8-1 8-7-0 29-10-0 10-9-3 6-3-0 4-4-1 2-2-2 4-2-0 15-11-1 2-5-1 16-8-2 9-8-4 2-4-1 13-4-0 14-5-3 5-3-2 6-2-1 15-10-2 16-6-2 8-4-2 6-4-2 7-6-3 7-6-2 17-11-2 8-4-3

10-3-3 0-0-3 10-4-7 3-4-2 2-0-3 2-1-2 6-3-7 3-1-4 3-0-9 2-4-4 6-2-5 9-4-10 4-1-2 0-2-0 9-1-4 6-2-4 16-3-5 DNP 5-3-0 10-2-2 4-0-0 4-1-9 2-0-5 5-0-1 13-6-4 4-4-8 2-5-4 12-4-4 2-1-3 18-4-6 4-4-5 0-1-7 2-0-2

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DNP DNP DNP DNP 5-7-1 3-5-0 7-5-0 7-2-1 3-1-1 0-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-1 4-5-0 2-1-0 8-8-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 2-1-0 7-6-0 8-3-0 6-1-0 2-7-0 6-7-0 5-6-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 2-0-1 2-3-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 2-5-0 DNP 2-3-0

5-4-1 5-4-0 4-1-2 2-3-0 8-3-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-2-0 8-4-0 16-3-0 5-2-2 3-1-2 9-0-0 5-0-0 3-0-0 5-3-0 7-1-2 10-3-1 8-0-0 5-2-3 3-1-1 4-1-0 2-6-2 2-0-0 0-1-1 7-2-4 7-2-0 5-2-1

9-6-2 2-4-4 2-2-1 2-2-1 12-3-2 12-7-1 4-3-0 10-6-2 6-2-1 3-8-1 1-2-0 0-1-0 4-5-0 8-3-1 8-4-1 2-3-0 2-1-0 2-3-1 6-3-0 13-5-2 2-2-0 0-1-1 6-4-0 4-6-0 10-3-0 0-0-1 6-2-0 10-3-1 2-6-0 1-5-1 2-1-0 5-3-2 5-2-0

22 23 NANCE,CASE MOSES,KAYL

4-7-1 9-11-2 7-4-2 6-8-1 2-3-0 5-5-0 2-8-0 4-5-1 2-2-0 0-3-3 10-10-2 17-12-2 4-10-0 5-4-1 5-5-1 5-9-1 8-8-1 11-7-0 10-5-1 2-6-1 0-3-1 4-5-1 2-6-1 2-7-0 10-3-1 10-12-2 4-5-1 4-10-0 10-3-0 5-1-0 0-3-0 1-4-0 4-9-0

4-0-1 7-0-1 0-2-1 4-1-2 6-2-1 4-0-3 3-0-0 10-0-1 5-2-2 6-0-0 9-1-2 6-1-1 9-1-2 4-1-0 6-4-1 1-0-2 11-2-1 7-2-3 4-1-2 2-1-2 2-0-1 3-2-2 2-2-0 0-0-3 0-2-0 9-1-0 8-2-3 1-3-0 2-2-0 10-1-0 0-0-0 8-0-0 4-2-0

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13-10-0 5-2-0 9-6-1 11-2-1 12-4-1 16-3-1 12-4-4 11-7-1 25-6-1 14-7-3 6-11-2 14-12-1 11-4-0 17-11-1 8-5-1 16-4-1 12-4-3 11-9-1 12-6-0 17-7-3 8-6-1 7-6-1 8-4-1 9-3-2 12-7-2 24-4-2 8-6-1 14-3-1 21-7-2 20-9-1 19-4-1 7-4-0 17-4-0

UD ARENA

DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-5-3 DNP 2-4-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 3-1-2 0-0-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 7-3-6 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-3 0-1-0 3-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-0

17-5-2 12-4-1 16-3-1 10-2-1 5-4-1 4-3-4 7-2-1 5-1-3 8-9-1 21-3-0 2-1-0 9-6-1 12-3-1 5-5-4 10-6-2 9-8-2 5-3-2 10-5-1 3-0-4 9-5-3 13-3-0 18-3-0 10-2-0 11-2-1 10-5-1 7-4-4 12-4-1 6-5-0 12-3-2 9-3-3 13-2-1 10-7-2 8-2-1

RECORDS

DNP DNP 0-0-1 DNP 8-3-3 7-3-2 0-3-2 0-2-5 7-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-2 DNP 0-2-3 5-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 4-2-1 2-2-4 2-3-4 0-4-0 2-0-0 5-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-2 0-0-0 DNP 2-1-3 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-0 3-0-0 0-0-2

0-0-0 4-3-0 8-4-0 10-7-0 9-3-0 8-8-0 9-6-1 11-3-0 2-1-2 4-2-1 0-4-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-1-0 DNP 4-6-0 DNP 2-0-0 DNP 1-7-1 DNP DNP DNP 5-0-0 5-2-1 3-2-0 8-10-0 1-4-1 6-8-0 6-2-0

THE UNIVERSITY

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

1-1-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 6-4-0 0-1-1 8-1-0 5-1-1 7-5-2 7-1-3 7-1-0 19-5-3 17-5-3 9-3-0 4-2-1 7-4-2 9-1-1 0-1-2 4-4-1 6-4-1 0-1-0 2-2-2 7-4-0 4-3-0 16-4-2 8-1-0 7-2-1 4-3-1 9-4-3 0-1-0 2-1-0 9-3-0 3-2-0 3-2-0

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SEASON PREVIEW> 2010-2011 SEASON PREVIEW

selection Kendel Ross, and added the OHSBCA Ohio Division I Player of the Year Cassie Sant for the 2010-11 season.

The University of Dayton returns four starters from the squad that advanced to the NCAA Second Round last year.

Senior Kristin Daugherty is back for her final year with the Red & Blue. A three-time all-conference performer, she was third for the Flyers in scoring (9.6 ppg). Redshirt senior Aundrea Lindsey (1.4 ppg) and redshirt junior Elle Queen (4.9 ppg) also provide leadership and depth.

The 2009-10 University of Dayton women’s basketball team experienced one of its best seasons in history, finishing the year with a 25-8 overall mark, tying the school record for wins since becoming a Division I program. The Flyers made their fourth ever and third straight postseason appearance; this postseason was special however – it was the first NCAA Division I Tournament for the program. And they made the most of it. Not only did the Flyers make their first trip to the Big Dance, but they captured a win in the tournament with a last-second come-frombehind victory over TCU. The season started with a bang as Dayton defeated its first ever Top 10 team, knocking off No. 10 Michigan State in its season opener. The Flyers continued their firsts and bests throughout the season, appearing for the first time in program history in the AP and USA Today/ESPN Top 25 polls. UD went 11-3 in Atlantic 10 action and earned the No. 2 seed in the tournament, its highest ever. Dayton had a school record five players earn Atlantic 10 accolades. The Flyers graduated just one player, A-10 Second Team

Three of Dayton’s five starters from the 2009-10 season will be juniors this season; two-time scoring leader and two-time Atlantic 10 All-Championship selection Justine Raterman (12.9 ppg); A-10 All-Defensive selection Casey Nance (64 blocks) and point guard Patrice Lalor, who led the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.9). Speedy junior guards De’Sarae Chambers (5.4 ppg), and Kayla Moses (4.8 ppg) give the Flyers even more options off the bench. Redshirt sophomore Brittany Wilson (4.9 ppg) and sophomores Kari Daugherty (5.9 ppg and A-10 All-Rookie Team), Olivia Applewhite (3.3 ppg) and Sam MacKay (1.4 apg) have a year of collegiate experience and provide UD with additional weapons. Head Coach Jim Jabir, a finalist for the Kay Yow National Coach of the Year award, is five victories from becoming the all-time winningest coach in UD women’s basketball program history.


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#11 ELLE QUEEN RS Junior F • 6-0 Excelsior, MN Colorado St.

#4 OLIVIA APPLEWHITE Sophomore F • 6-0 Forestville, MD Eleanor Roosevelt

#10 DE’SARAE CHAMBERS Junior G • 5-9 Maysville, KY Mason County

#14 SAM MACKAY Sophomore G • 5-8 Dublin, OH Dublin Coffman

#15 STACI WILLIS Junior G • 5-7 Cincinnati, OH Walnut Hills

#20 PATRICE LALOR Junior G • 5-6 Toledo, OH Notre Dame

#22 CASEY NANCE Junior C • 6-4 Akron, OH Revere

#23 KAYLA MOSES Junior G • 5-4 Georgetown, KY Scott County

#33 CASSIE SANT Freshman C • 6-2 Kettering, OH Fairmont

#34 JUSTINE RATERMAN Junior F • 6-1 Versailles, OH Versailles

#40 KRISTIN DAUGHERTY Senior F • 6-0 Fresno, OH River View

#42 BRITTANY WILSON RS Sophomore F • 5-11 Louisville, KY Manual

#44 KARI DAUGHERTY Sophomore G • 6-1 Fresno, OH River View

HEAD COACH JIM JABIR Eighth Season at UD 24th Season Overall Nazareth ‘84

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH KYLE RECHLICZ Third Season at UD Wisconsin ‘03

#50 TONYA CONLEY Freshman G • 5-5 Burlington, VT Burlington

#12 AUNDREA LINDSAY RS Senior G • 5-5 Maywood, IL Proviso East

ASSISTANT COACH ANGIE RUSSELL First Season at UD Eastern Illinois ‘00

#13 EBONY GAINEY Senior G • 6-0 Dayton, OH Meadowdale

ASSISTANT COACH ADENIYI AMADOU

First Season at UD IUP ‘08


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UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON ARENA>

Regarded as one of America’s most energized arenas, the University of Dayton Arena is a one-of-a-kind multi-purpose sports and entertainment facility located off of Interstate 75 on the southern gateway to the city of Dayton.

LOGE SEATING

The Arena is home to the Dayton Flyers men’s and women’s basketball teams, campus events, Winter Guard, and more than 100 spectacular events annually. The Arena, built in 1969 for approximately $4.5 million without the use of public funds, has been a tremendous host site. The University of Dayton Arena has hosted NCAA tournament events in 23 of its 40 years since opening its doors for the 196970 season. The NCAA games awarded through 2013 will make the University of Dayton Arena the most-used tournament venue in NCAA history. To date, UD Arena has hosted 82 NCAA men’s tournament games, one behind Kansas City’s Municipal Auditorium and one head of the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City. At the conclusion of the 2013 tournament, UD Arena will have hosted 92 NCAA men’s tournament games.

TIME WARNER CABLE FLIGHT DECK

In November 2002, the UD Arena underwent a major renovation completed in a swift 10 months. Additions to the UD Arena included suites and loge seats, and the new Time Warner Cable Flight Deck -- all overlooking Blackburn Court with a powerful view of all of the action. The Boesch Lounge has received a face-lift along with new restrooms and upgraded concessions for the fans. Environmental graphics have been added throughout the building that tells the story of the long tradition of Dayton basketball. Overall, the facility has been modernized with an eye to the future while maintaining its steadfast roots as a landmark in the Dayton community. During the summer of 1997, the University made two moves to forever tie the Arena with two of the greatest names in UD basketball history. The playing court at UD Arena was named after former Flyer coach Tom Blackburn, and the $4.5 million addition to the Arena was named for former player and coach Don Donoher. The two coaches combined for nearly 800 victories from 1947 to 1989. The playing floor is officially known as ‘Tom Blackburn Court at the University of Dayton Arena,’ but is referred to as ‘Blackburn Court.’ Blackburn coached the Flyers from 1947 until his death due to cancer in 1964. Only 58 at the time of his death, Blackburn won 352 games while posting a .714 win percentage. When he had signed on at UD, the Flyers had just posted a four-win season. Four years later, his team was playing in the championship game of the most prestigious tournament of the day, the National Invitation Tournament. The addition of the Donoher Basketball Center in 1998 was the first step in placing the facility ahead of its time. The Donoher Basketball Center, an addition to the southwest corner of the Arena, has given the Flyer basketball programs a technologically advanced facility for training, game preparation and recruiting. It now serves as the nerve center for the Flyer basketball programs, housing state-of-the-art conditioning and training rooms, locker rooms, multi-media facilities and team meeting rooms. The locker room layout incorporates an NBA-style design, combining a casually furnished lounge and meeting area within the locker room. Named for Don Donoher at the urging of John McHale, whose $1.25 million gift to the University initiated the project, the Center’s grand debut came on June 28, 1998. The Flyer Faithful turned out 5,000 strong to visit the open house. Donoher, who coached UD to a school-record 437 wins from 1964 to 1989, took UD to the NCAA title game in 1967 and to the NIT title the following year. He led UD to the Sweet 16 in the 1970s and then the Regional Finals in the 1980s. He also won a gold medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics as an assistant coach of the U.S. team (which featured Michael Jordan).tion of the need for the Arena. On November 7, 1968, the Rev. Raymond A. Roesch broke ground for the University of Dayton Arena. And with his first shovel of dirt, the then-UD president began a project that would help take college basketball from a game played in small gymnasiums to an event played to thousands of fans in magnificent arenas.

BOESCH LOUNGE

LUXURY SUITES


UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON ARENA> In fact, the NCAA Final Four appearance in 1967 helped convince the UD administration of the need for the Arena. On November 7, 1968, the Rev. Raymond A. Roesch broke ground for the University of Dayton Arena. And with his first shovel of dirt, the then-UD president began a project that would help take college basketball from a game played in small gymnasiums to an event played to thousands of fans in magnificent arenas. A little more than a year after the construction began, UD Arena was a reality. In the 40 years that have passed, more than 20 million customers have witnessed events in UD Arena. In a typical year, the Arena will host more than a half-million people at more than 100 events. The level of talent that has appeared on the floor at the Arena is staggering. The list includes the likes of Lebron James, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Elton John, Michael Jordan, Elvis, Isiah Thomas, Adolph Rupp, David Robinson, Aerosmith, Dean Smith, Pat Summitt, Baryshnikov, Larry Bird, Johnny Cash, Magic Johnson, and Tony Gwynn (playing basketball for San Diego State). The list goes on and on.

THE FLYER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM HAS AN ALL-TIME WIN PERCENTAGE OF .602 (242-160) AT HOME. The Arena opened on December 6, 1969, as the Dayton men’s basketball team beat Bowling Green, 72-70 (tipoff pictured above).

In 2001, UD Arena once again hosted the NCAA Tournament with First and Second Round Midwest Region games. When the NCAA Tournament expanded to 65 teams for the first time, the NCAA placed the firstever Opening-Round Game in Dayton, featuring the tournament’s 64th and 65th seeded teams, Northwestern State and Winthrop. The Opening Round of 2001 was such a success in Dayton that the game returned to Dayton from 2002-2009, and will continue to be played at the Arena through at least 2013. The Arena also made NCAA men’s basketball history in March 2001 by hosting 10 post-season games in eight days, a feat never-before done in college basketball. While other venues have hosted NCAA games and games of the National Invitation Tournament in the same year, no venue or school had ever done both simultaneously. And while UD was a gracious host to NCAA teams, the NIT was not kind to UD opponents as the Flyers advanced to the quarterfinals for the tenth time in 19 appearances. University of Dayton Arena served as host of the 2003 and 2004 Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championship. With the home court advantage, the Flyers won five of their six games in those two years, advancing to the sold-out championship game in 2004 the year after winning the 2003 Atlantic 10 Championship for UD’s first A-10 tournament title in men’s basketball.


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THIS IS DAYTON FLYER BASKETBALL>


WELCOME TO FLYER BASKETBALL>


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DONOHER CENTER The Donoher Basketball Center, named for UD’s winningest basketball coach Don Donoher, is a state-ofthe-art structure that elevates both the University of Dayton’s men’s and women’s basketball programs to the next level. Technology is at the very core of the Center’s distinctiveness. An ESPNstyle, six-screen theater wall just inside the entrance make it crystal clear from the initial impression that UD understands the necessity of bringing current technology to bear on competitive performance. One of UD’s most prominent alumni, high-tech entrepreneur John McHale and his wife Christine Mattsson, contributed more than a third of the Center’s $4.3 million cost. The name is a nod to the past; the Center itself is clear evidence of the University’s intention to stake out a leadership position at the intersection of college basketball and technology to propel the Flyers to a championship performance.


first class facilities “The Donoher Center has everything an athlete could need.” – JUSTINE RATERMAN

“Knowing we have a facility devoted strictly to basketball shows the University is really invested in our programs. We have first-rate equipment and everyone on the team knows how lucky we are.” – KRISTIN DAUGHERTY


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PRACTICE FACILITY > UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON BASKETBALL GOT A SHOT IN THE ARM WHEN THE FLYERS OPENED THEIR NEW ONCAMPUS PRACTICE FACILITY DURING THE SUMMER OF 2007. WHILE THE EPICENTER OF DAYTON BASKETBALL WILL REMAIN THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON ARENA, THE NEW FACILITY GIVES UD A DEDICATED ON-CAMPUS SPACE FOR INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION SESSIONS, WALK-THROUGHS, OPEN GYMS, AND A PLACE FOR PLAYERS TO SIMPLY BE ABLE TO WORK ON THEIR GAMES WHEN IT FITS THEIR SCHEDULE. WHEN THE UNIVERSITY OPENED ITS BEAUTIFUL NEW $25.3 MILLION RECPLEX IN 2006, IT NOT ONLY FILLED A NEED FOR THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY, BUT CREATED AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE ATHLETICS DIVISION TO GREATLY IMPROVE ITS ON-CAMPUS INDOOR PRACTICE SPACE BY RENOVATING THE VACATED CAMPUS REC CENTER AND CREATING A NEW ATHLETICS PRACTICE FACILITY. COLLINS GYM RECEIVED A NEW MULTIPURPOSE SURFACE SUITABLE FOR INDOOR PRACTICES FOR TRACK, VOLLEYBALL, BASEBALL, TENNIS, SOFTBALL AND FOOTBALL AS WELL AS CONDITIONING SESSIONS FOR ALL SPORTS. IN ADDITION, THE FORMER LACKNER NATATORIUM POOL WAS FILLED IN, THE OLD TOM BLACKBURN COURT WAS MOVED FROM THE ARENA TO CAMPUS (A NEW TOM BLACKBURN COURT WAS INSTALLED AT UD ARENA FOR THE 2007-08 SEASON) AND THE FLYERS BEGAN USING THEIR “HOME AWAY FROM HOME” IN AUGUST 2007. THE 30-YEAR-OLD FACADE WAS SPRUCED UP IN 2008 TO MEET THE ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS DEVELOPED THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON CAMPUS MASTER PLAN.


ATHLETIC PRACTICE FACILITY FUTURE PHASES OF RENOVATION OF THE REMAINING UNUSED SPACES COULD INCLUDE UPDATING OR EXPANDING LOCKER ROOM SPACE, TRAINING ROOMS, WEIGHT ROOMS, CONDITIONING CENTERS AND NEW OFFICES. THE PROXIMITY OF THE FACILITY TO CORE CAMPUS ALSO SENDS A STRONG MESSAGE TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES ABOUT UD’S COMMITMENT TO DEVELOPING THEIR TALENTS BOTH ON AND OFF THE COURT. THE UD COMMUNITY WILL CONTINUE TO USE THE COLLINS GYM FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LUNCHEONS, CHRISTMAS ON CAMPUS, THE STANDER SYMPOSIUM, THE SCIENCE FAIR AND OTHER CAMPUS EVENTS.

“The practice facility is wonderful. It’s so much closer to campus. I don’t have to wake up super early to head out to practice and it is convenient. We have all day access. I LOVE IT.” - AUNDREA LINDSEY

“We have access to the gym pretty much anytime we would like to go and work on our game.” – KAYLA MOSES “The new gym is great because we can just walk to practice and get extra shots up.” – STACI WILLIS


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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING> State-of-the-art conditioning centers, fully-equipped training rooms and full-time professionals combine to create a program for student-athletes that gives them a physical edge over the competition. Each UD team has a plan designed and administered by qualified professionals to meet the specific needs of their sport and style of play. All studentathletes perform basic strength training with a general emphasis on explosive lifts that involve as much of the body as possible. Conditioning programs are designed to prepare student-athletes for the specific metabolic demands of their sport. Core training, agility work and sport specific exercises are then incorporated into each program to prepare each student-athlete for competitive success. The UD strength & conditioning coaches work with our sports medicine staff to help reduce the risk of injuries and to efficiently return student-athletes to competition as quickly and as safely as possible following injury. With four staff members holding the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) credential, UD stays current on the latest research to insure that our programs are among the best in the country. In addition, the UD strength and conditioning staff can provide assistance in eating strategies that will improve health and competitiveness of UD student-athletes. The University of Dayton athletic conditioning centers, located both in the Frericks Center and the Donoher Basketball Center, house the very latest treadmills, Nautilus equipment, and free weights.

JOE OWENS Associate Director of Athletics/Director of Athletic Performance Enhancement CSCS*D, NSCA Coach Practitioner MARK THOBE Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning MS, CSCS Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Football, Rowing, Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Men’s & Women’s Tennis, and Track & Field MIKE BEWLEY Strength & Conditioning Coach MS, CSCS, Men’s & Women’s Basketball and Men’s and Women’s Golf TODD LINKLATER Associate Head Baseball Coach/ Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach MED Baseball and Softball

“The strength and conditioning program at UD has helped me tremendously. I’m able to do things that I never thought I could do. It has made me a better person, and I learned that anything is possible if you put your mind and heart into it.” – BRITTANY WILSON


SPORTS MEDICINE> SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF

At the University of Dayton, the health and well being of our student-athletes is a primary concern. We strive to prevent injuries through pre-participation physical examinations, well-designed conditioning programs, warm-ups, proper practice planning, and appropriate equipment selection. When an athletic injury occurs, our goal is to provide the best medical care possible from the initial first-aid to the follow-up care and rehabilitation.

FACILITIES There are two Athletic Training Rooms in operation at the University of Dayton. The Arena Training Room is located in the Donoher Basketball Center and utilized by Arena Complex teams for practices and games. The Frericks Center training room is open year round and is utilized for treatment and rehabilitation to all sports in the mornings and serves those sports that operate out of the Frericks Center in the afternoon.

STAFF The University of Dayton Sports Medicine Staff consists of a team of Family Practice Physicians and Orthopedic Consultants and four full-time and two graduate assistant certified and licensed Athletic Trainers. In particular instances the Head Team Physician may refer athletes to other physicians or specialists. However, the Head Team Physician supervises the status of all athletes referred to other physicians or specialists and has the final authority with regard to all medical disqualifications, treatment, and return to play. Referrals to specialists will be made through the Team Physicians or Athletic Trainers only. Trained personnel are present at all athletic contests and, where possible, at all practices to insure prompt medical attention. The Sports Medicine Staff works closely with the coaching staff to keep them informed regarding the medical status of the athletes.

SEAN CONVERY, M.D. HEAD PHYSICIAN Dr. Sean Convery is in his eighth year heading up Dayton’s medical staff. Convery’s primary full-time position is serving as the medical director of The Sports Medicine Center at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. In addition, he is a faculty member in the Family Practice Residency Program at Miami Valley Hospital; associate clinical professor in the Department of Family Practice at Wright State University School of Medicine; school physician for the Kettering City School District; and team physician at Kettering Fairmont High School. Convery is past president of the Miami Valley Academy of Family Practice and serves as Montgomery County Medical Association delegate to the Ohio State Medical Association. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and a charter member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. Convery is active within the Dayton community, having been involved as a volunteer physician for the Nike Tour, Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis, Dayton River Corridor Classic and Special Olympics. A 1977 summa cum laude graduate of the University of Steubenville in Steubenville, Ohio, Convery holds a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry. He is a 1981 graduate of the Wright State University School of Medicine. He is a board certified family practice physician with additional certification in sports medicine. A Philadelphia native, Convery currently resides in Centerville.

TIM QUINN, M.D.

ORTHOPEDIC

Former Flyer football standout Dr. Tim Quinn serves his alma mater as the orthopedic consultant for UD Athletics. A 1973 graduate, Quinn has been associated with the Flyers in this capacity since 1988. He was a two-time First Team Academic All-America, and was chosen a National Football Foundation/College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete in 1972. A versatile player, he was a starter at linebacker and on the defensive line in his career. He is also a two-time winner of UD’s John L. Macbeth Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award.

“Our strength and conditioning pushes us to the limits and we are stronger and faster.” – STACI WILLIS

Quinn received his medical degree from Ohio State in 1976, and then received a fellowship to study at the International College of Surgeons in London, England. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and a member of the Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Association of North America. Quinn’s father Joe played and coached football at UD, and is a member of UD’s Athletic Hall of Fame. The Quinn family — Tim, his father Joe, his brother Dan and his uncle Fran — combined for 14 football letters. Dr. Quinn has been an orthopedic surgeon in Dayton since 1981.


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A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS >

UD IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE, according to the American Society of Landscape Architects that tapped UD as one of the most significant campus sites in the country. Just 22 campuses made the final list. Other Centennial Medal winners included the U.S. Capitol grounds, New York’s Central Park, and San Francisco’s Ghiradelli Square. UD also was named one of the top “schools with the most beautiful campus in an urban setting” in the 2004 edition of The Unofficial, Unbiased Guide to the 328 Most Interesting Colleges from Kaplan Publishing.


UD IS GROWING with the purchase of 49 acres between Brown Street and Great Miami River that will be used for academic and mixed-use development, expanding campus and drawing new jobs to the city of Dayton. In the past five years, UD has built the $21 million Marianist Hall, a $25 million RecPlex, a $22 million science center and an $8.5 million ArtStreet with an amphitheater for on-campus performances. New development near UD Arena features a hotel and UD’s baseball, softball, track and football practice facilities.


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NCAA COMPLIANCE> WHAT IS A PROSPECTIVE STUDENTATHLETE/”PROSPECT”? A prospect is any student who has started classes for the ninth (9th) grade, any student who receives financial assistance or other benefits from UD and/or its athletics representative that are not normally provided to prospective students generally. You become a “recruited prospective student-athlete” at a particular college if any coach or representative of the college’s athletics interests (booster or representative) approaches you (or any member of your family) about enrolling and participating in athletics at that college. Activities by coaches or boosters that cause you to become a recruited prospective student-athlete are: • Providing you with an official visit* • Placing more than one telephone call to you or any other member of your family

• Visiting you or any other member of your family anywhere other than the college campus • You may take a maximum of five “official visits” with no more than one to any single institution

NCAA COMPLIANCE - THE NCAA AND YOU The University of Dayton is committed to the principle of institutional control in operating its athletics program in a manner that is consistent with the letter and spirit of NCAA, conference and university rules and regulations. The University’s commitment is to maintain control of its athletics programs through cooperation between responsible administrators, coaches, faculty, all institutional staff members, studentathletes and representatives of the University’s athletics interests.

WHO ARE UD ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVES/ BOOSTERS*? • Any current and former member of any UD Athletics Division fan support group • Any contributor to UD Athletics or booster group members • Season ticket holders • Anyone who has helped arrange employment or employed a current or prospective student-athlete • Anyone who has been involved, in any way, in the promotion of Flyer Athletics *Please note: Once you become an athletics representative, you retain that identity indefinitely.

WHAT ARE EXTRA BENEFITS? An extra benefit is any special arrangement by a UD staff member or an athletics representative to provide a prospective or enrolled studentathlete or his/her family with a benefit not specifically authorized by NCAA regulations. Impermissible extra benefits would include, but are not limited to: • Cash or loans of any amount • Co-signing or arranging a loan • Gifts or discounted/free services (e.g., airline tickets, merchandise, etc.) • Rent-free or reduced-cost housing • Employment of a student-athlete at a rate higher than wages paid for similar work • Payment to a student-athlete for work not performed

A MESSAGE TO PROSPECTS... To participate in varsity athletics, student-athletes must receive “qualifier” status determined by the NCAA Clearinghouse. Please visit www.NCAAClearinghouse.net for further information. It is never too early for student-athletes to start planning for college. Call the NCAA’s “Wanna Play? Know the Rule” hotline at 1-800-6383731 to hear recorded information and order your free copy of the NCAA Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete.

ASK BEFORE YOU ACT The importance of following all NCAA rules and regulations is imperative to maintaining the integrity of the University of Dayton. We ask all alumni, current student-athletes, prospective student-athletes, their families and friends to help the University protect the athletic eligibility of our student-athletes and the reputation of the University by adhering to the rules and regulations of the NCAA and by contacting the UD Compliance Office or the NCAA with all questions.

With questions regarding the information above, contact Matt Tanney, Coordinator for Compliance, in the UD Compliance Office at (937)-229-1285 or Matt.Tanney@notes.udayton.edu.


ADMINISTRATION DR. DANIEL J.CURRAN

TIM WABLER

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT/DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Daniel J. Curran is president of the University of Dayton, recognized as a top-tier national research university and one of the 10 best Catholic universities in the country. The Philadelphia native became the University of Dayton’s 18th president and first lay leader on July 1, 2002.

A former Flyer student-athlete himself, Tim Wabler is the seventh man to serve as the University of Dayton’s Director of Athletics. As UD’s Vice-President and Director of Athletics, Wabler is responsible for the oversight of 17 intercollegiate athletics programs, on-campus athletic facilities including Baujan Field and the Frericks Center, and the University of Dayton Arena with the surrounding Arena Sports Complex.

By almost every measure — from enrollment to research dollars to rankings — the University of Dayton has grown in stature during his presidency. Since 2002, the University of Dayton has established centers of excellence in nanotechnology; fuels and combustion; ladar and optical communications; and advanced sensor technology. The University launched the nation’s first accelerated law curriculum, started a doctor of physical therapy program and introduced one of the nation’s first bachelor’s degrees in human rights studies. The University also constructed an Innovation Center in the School of Engineering; built a sports complex; and opened the Dayton Early College Academy, a charter school on campus that prepares first-generation college students to earn a high school diploma and college credits at the same time. In the residential arena, the University built two facilities that combine living and learning — Marianist Hall, a residence hall with learning spaces, and ArtStreet, an imaginative housing and arts education complex in the University neighborhood. RecPlex, an ultramodern fitness and recreation complex, opened in 2006. Curran’s forward-thinking, innovative approach also translates to the playing fields. As a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division I board of directors from 2004-2008, Dr. Curran helped shape academic reforms designed to improve the graduation rate of student-athletes. He also has served on the executive committee and Division I-AA/I-AAA Presidential Advisory Group and the Higher Learning Commission. A sociologist by training, he is passionate about issues of social justice. In 2007, he received the Joseph E. Lowery Human Rights Legacy Award from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as well as the Humanitarian Award from the National Conference for Community and Justice of Greater Dayton for his “personal advocacy and energy toward building a more inclusive community.” In 2005, Dr. Curran joined University of Dayton students on a relief trip to hurricane-stricken Mississippi. In 2002, he received the Eternal Flame Award, an international award given for “exceptional contribution to the field of Holocaust education.” Dr. Curran spent 23 years in various administrative and faculty positions at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, most recently as executive vice president and vice president for academic affairs. Dr. Curran and his wife, Claire, have two sons, Sean and Aidan.

MEGAN WINNER ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR Flyer student-athlete and administrator Megan Winner returned to UD in August 2008. Pease was a standout volleyball player from 1999 to 2003. After graduation, she first worked in the Athletics Division as UD’s Compliance Coordinator for all 17 Flyer sports teams from 2004 to 2006. She assisted UD’s Associate Director of Athletics in all areas of NCAA and A-10 regulations. She then was Dayton’s Assistant Director of Marketing for one year before taking a position with Paychex, Inc. in Dayton. While working in the UD athletics administration, she also served as the Faculty Advisor for the Flyer Student-Athlete Advisory Board. During her first stint at Dayton, Winner implemented the community service element of the NCAA Life Skills program at the University of Dayton, the successful initial marketing of the 2007 NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional at UD Arena, and the monitoring of squad lists, initial eligibility and continuing eligibility for UD’s nearly 400 student-athletes. Winner came to UD following a prep career that concluded with her being named the Ohio Division I Player of the Year in 1998 at Mansfield (OH) Madison High School. She was part of a UD volleyball program that won 102 matches, including an A-10 Regular Season Championship in 2001 and UD’s first-ever A-10 Tournament title in 2003. She was a senior leader of the Flyer team that won UD’s first-ever NCAA Tournament match with a stunning five-game upset of host Michigan State. She was a three-time recipient of the Dr. R. Elaine Driedame Coach’s Award. As a junior and senior, she was the president of UD’s Student-Athlete Advisory Board. Winner holds two degrees from the University of Dayton. She earned her Bachelor’s in Management Information Systems (with a minor in Operations Management) in 2003, and her MBA (specialization in Marketing) in 2004.

Wabler first returned to the University’s Athletics Division as an administrator in 1993 as Associate Director Athletics. As Associate AD, Wabler worked in every area of athletics administration -- overseeing UD’s sports programs, student-athlete support services, development and major facility projects. Since Wabler has been part of the Dayton Athletics Division, the Flyers have experienced significantly improved competitive success. Since 1998, UD has had 32 conference championships and had 24 teams reach the post-season. In the nine years prior to 1998, the Flyers had only seven conference championships and one tournament appearance. In the ten months from May of 2009 and February 2010, Flyer teams won seven conference championship - beginning with baseball in 2009, continuing with women’s cross country, football, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball in the fall, then women’s indoor track and field in February. UD was the only school in the country to win five conference championship in the fall of 2009. In the last three years, Flyer teams have combined to have their best winning percentage than any other period in school history and set milestones in several sports while still maintaining graduation rates that are among the highest in the country. The highlights include the following: Women’s soccer has earned five NCAA tournament appearances (including a berth in the “Sweet Sixteen” in 2001) and has won eight of the last 11 A-10 regular season championships. Women’s volleyball has earned four NCAA tournament appearances and has won nine A-10 titles (regular season and/or tournament). Men’s soccer has won five A-10 titles and played in the 2008 NCAA tournament. The baseball team’s record for wins in a season was 25 after the 2000 campaign -- since then UD has won at least 30 games six times and won the A-10 regular season championship in 2009. And the Flyer football team has won the Pioneer Football League Championship nine times in the 16-year history of the league, and has taken home the 2002 and 2007 NCAA Division I-AA Mid-Major National Championships. As success on the field has improved, UD student-athletes have also performed in the classroom. The Flyers’ combined cumulative grade point average has risen to a school-record 3.235. UD has had 34 Academic All-Americans in the last nine years. Only Nebraska, Rensselaer Poly and Rice had more. The Flyers had three Arthur Ashe Scholar-Athletes in 2005-06, the most in school history. Dayton is consistently among the league leaders in placing student-athletes on the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, even though the Flyers participate in fewer A-10 sports than all but one school. UD had the most players on the PFL Academic Honor Roll for the ninth consecutive year in 2008. Wabler is also the administrator who oversees UD’s athletic fund-raising efforts and long-term finances. Radio and television agreements have been expanded to increase exposure for Flyer athletics. Nationally, Wabler is an NCAA Peer Reviewer, and a member of both the NCAA FCS Championship Committee and the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee. Wabler has been actively involved in numerous A-10 Conference committees, including the Championships Review Committee, Baseball Committee and Soccer Committee. His committee work also extends to service to the University community. He currently serves on UD’s Campus Master Planning Committee, and has been a past member of UD’s Committee on Diversity in Community and Resource Allocation Steering Committee. Wabler is a member of the Greater Dayton YMCA’s Board of Trustees. A 1974 graduate of UD’s School of Business Administration, Wabler has also completed the Sports Management Institute Executive Program. A former member of UD’s Athletic Board, Wabler was a four-year letterwinner and three-time Pitcher of the Year for UD. He served as team captain as a senior. A 1970 graduate of Chaminade High School in Dayton, Wabler is the first Dayton native to serve as the University’s Director of Athletics. Tim and his wife Arlene have two daughters, Sarah and Leigh Anne.


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Gannon

Golden Knights Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010 - UD ARENA (Exh)

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: .............................. Erie, Pa. Enrollment: .............................. 4,238 Arena: ................. Hammermill Center Capacity: ................................. 2,800

2009-10 Record: ....................... 37-1 Conference Record: .................... 14-0 Postseason: .....................NCAA Div. II Series with UD:................First Meeting

Penn State

Lady Lions Friday, Nov. 12, 2010, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: .............. University Park, Pa. Enrollment: ............................ 44,112 Arena: ............................ Jeffrey Field Capacity: ................................. 5,000

2009-10 Record: ..................... 17-14 Conference Record: .................... 8-10 Postseason: ...............................WNIT Series with UD:............... UD leads 1-0

HEAD COACH Cleve Wright

HEAD COACH Coquese Washington

Alma Mater: ...............................................Berea College Record at School: ................................................. 167-75 Career Record: .................................................... 167-75 Assistant Coaches:................................. Meredith Baugher ................................................................ Tiffany Crocker ........................................................... Anneke Chewning

Alma Mater: ................................................. Notre Dame Record at School: ................................................... 41-50 Career Record: ...................................................... 41-50 Assistant Coaches:..........................................Fred Chmiel ......................................................................Kia Damon ................................................................Maren Walseth

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ...........................................................................................Katie Botsis Phone: ......................................................................................(814) 871-7008 Email:.............................................................................botsis001@gannon.edu

WWW.GANNONSPORTS.COM

Contact: ................................................................................... Kristina Petersen Phone: .................................................................................... (814) 865-1757 Email:....................................................................................... kap18@psu.edu

WWW.GOPSUSPORTS.COM

South Dakota

Michigan State

Coyotes

Spartans

Monday, Nov. 15, 2010, - East Lansing, MI

Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010, - Minneapolis, MN Minnesota Subway Classic

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location: ...................East Lansing, MI Enrollment: .............................47278 Arena:..........................Breslin Center Capacity:................................ 14,759

Location: ....................Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: .............................. 9,617 Arena: ......................... Dakota Dome Capacity: ............................... 10,000

2009-10 Record:...................... 23-10 Conference Record:..................... 12-6 Postseason:.............NCAA Tournament Series with UD: ............................ 3-5

2009-10 Record: ..................... 15-16 Conference Record: ...................... 6-6 Postseason: ............................... None Series with UD: .............. First Meeting

HEAD COACH Suzy Merchant

HEAD COACH Ryun Williams

Alma Mater: .......................................... Central Michigan Record at School: ................................................... 68-35 Career Record:................................................... 269-155 Assistant Coaches: ...................................... Shane Clipfell .................................................................Tempie Brown ...................................................................... Terry Smith

Alma Mater: ................................................South Dakota Record at School: ................................................... 33-27 Career Record: .................................................. 269-171 Assistant Coaches: .........................................Ryan Larsen. .................................................................Mandy Koupal

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ........................................................................................ Jim Donatelli Phone: ......................................................................................(517) 355-2271 Email: ............................................................................ jdonatelli@ath.msu.edu

Contact: ..............................................................................................Tom Berg Phone: ......................................................................................(605) 677-8813 Email: .................................................................................. tom.berg@usd.edu

WWW.MSUSPARTANS.COM

WWW.USDCOYOTES.COM


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Minnesota

Golden Gophers Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010, - Minneapolis, MN Minnesota Subway Classic

Wisconsin Milwaukee

Panthers

Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010, - Minneapolis, MN Minnesota Subway Classic

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location: ................. Minneapolis, MN Enrollment: ............................ 51,659 Arena: .......................Williams Arena Capacity: ............................... 14,625

Location:..................... Milwaukee, WI Enrollment:............................. 25,204 Arena: ....................... Klotsche Center Capacity:.................................. 3,200

2009-10 Record:...................... 13-17 Conference Record: ....................6-12 Postseason:................................None Series with UD: ............................ 0-2

2009-10 Record: ..................... 12-19 Conference Record:..................... 6-12 Postseason: ............................... None Series with UD: .............. UD leads 3-1

HEAD COACH Pam Borton

HEAD COACH Sandy Botham

Alma Mater: .......................................... Defiance College Record at School: ................................................. 165-90 Career Record:................................................... 234-136 Assistant Coaches:........................................... Barb Smith ...................................................................... Ted Riverso ...................................................................... Curtis Loyd

Alma Matter:................................................. Notre Dame Record at School: ............................................... 224-186 Career Record:................................................... 246-190 Assistant Coaches: ..............................Kevin McManaman ................................................................ Heather Morris ............................................................... Cameron Tucker

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ..................................................................................... Michael Molde Phone:......................................................................................(612) 626-9394 Email: ................................................................................molde032@umn.edu

Contact:....................................................................................... Kevin Conway Phone:...................................................................................... (414) 229-2413 Email: ....................................................................................... czills@uwm.edu

WWW.GOPHERSPORTS.COM

Illinois Chicago

Wright State

Flames

Raiders

Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location:..........................Chicago, Ill. Enrollment:............................. 27,309 Arena:.............................UIC Pavilion Capacity:.................................. 8,000

UWMPANTHERS.CSTV.COM

2009-10 Record:...................... 12-18 Conference Record:....................... 9-9 Postseason:................................None Series with UD: .............. UD leads 5-0

Monday, Nov. 29, 2010, - Fairborn, Ohio

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:..........................Dayton, OH Enrollment:............................. 17,074 Arena:............................Nutter Center Capacity:................................ 11,019

2009-10 Record:...................... 11-19 Conference Record:..................... 6-12 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD: ............ UD leads 30-4

HEAD COACH Lisa Ryckbosch

HEAD COACH Mike Bradbury

Alma Mater:...........................................................Loyola Record at School: ............................................... 114-123 Career Record: .................................................. 114-123 Assistant Coaches: ..................................... Latasha White ...............................................................Kristen Gillespie .......................................................................Jenni Dant

Alma Mater:................................................. Chattanooga Record at School: ...............................................First Year Career Record: ...................................................... 50-44 Assistant Coaches: ....................................... Harry Elifson .................................................................... Valerie King ....................................................... Katrina Merriweather

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ....................................................................................... Dan Yopchick Phone: ......................................................................................(312) 996-5881 Email:..................................................................................... yopchick@uic.edu

Contact: ......................................................................................... Matt Zircher Phone: ......................................................................................(937) 775-2831 Email:........................................................................... matt.zircher@wright.edu

WWW.UICFLAMES.COM

WWW.WSURAIDERS.COM


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Cincinnati

Toledo

Bearcats

Rockets

Thursday, Dec. 02, 2010, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: .....................Cincinnati, OH Enrollment: ............................ 39,667 Arena: .....................Fifth Third Arena Capacity: ............................... 13,176

2009-10 Record: ..................... 12-18 Conference Record:..................... 4-12 Postseason:................................None Series with UD: ...................Tie 23-23

Sunday, Dec. 05, 2010, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: ..........................Toledo, OH Enrollment: ............................ 23,000 Arena: ..............John F. Savage Arena Capacity: ................................. 7,300

2009-10 Record: ....................... 25-9 Conference Record: .................... 12-4 Postseason: ...............................WNIT Series with UD: ....................... Tie 8-8

HEAD COACH Jamelle Elliott

HEAD COACH Tricia Cullop

Alma Mater: .................................................. Connecticut Record at School:.................................................... 12-18 Career Record: ...................................................... 12-18 Assistant Coaches: ..........................................Mark Ehlen ................................................................. LaRita Wilcher .................................................................E. Todd Moore

Alma Mater: ......................................................... Purdue Record at School: ................................................... 43-22 Career Record:................................................... 166-132 Assistant Coaches:.....................................Todd Mitmesser ...................................................................... Nitra Perry ....................................................................Katie Griggs

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ...................................................................................... Jeremy Martin Phone: ......................................................................................(513) 556-5191 Email: ............................................................................. Jeremy.Martin@uc.edu

Contact: ................................................................................ Brian DeBenedictis Phone: ......................................................................................(419) 530-4921 Email: .......................................................................steven.easton@utoledo.edu

WWW.GOBEARCATS.COM

San Diego State

Louisville

Aztecs

Cardinals Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010, - Louisville, KY

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: ........................Louisville, KY Enrollment: ............................ 22,000 Arena: ............................... KFC Yum! Capacity: ............................... 22,000

WWW.UTROCKETS.COM

2009-10 Record:...................... 14-18. Conference Record: .................... 5-11 Postseason:.................................. WBI Series with UD:..............................5-7

Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010, - Los Angeles, CA USC Women of Troy Tournament

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location: .................... San Diego, CA Enrollment:............................. 27,537 Arena: ...........................Viejas Arena Capacity: ............................... 12,414

2009-10 Record:...................... 23-11 Conference Record:..................... 10-6 Postseason:................NCAA Tournament Series with UD:................First Meeting

HEAD COACH Jeff Walz

HEAD COACH Beth Burns

Alma Mater: ......................................... Nothern Kentucky Record at School: ................................................... 74-33 Career Record:....................................................... 74-33 Assistant Coaches:................................Stephanie Norman ....................................................... Michelle Clark-Heard ................................................................... Bethann Ord

Alma Mater:..............................................Ohio Wesleyan Record at School:................................................ 231-155 Career Record:................................................... 312-220 Assistant Coaches:...........................................Mark Trakh ................................................................Jualeah Woods .................................................................... Jorge Cerna

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ..................................................................................... Kim Pemberton. Phone: ......................................................................................(502) 445-9435 Email: .........................................................................kapemb01@louisville.edu

Contact:......................................................................................... Peggy Curtin Phone:.......................................................................................(619) 594-5547 Email:..............................................................................mcurtin@mail.sdsu.edu

WWW.UOFLSPORTS.COM

GOAZTECS.CSTV.COM


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Southern California

Trojans

Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010, - Los Angeles, CA - USC Women of Troy Tournament

Colorado

Buffaloes

Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010, - Los Angeles, CA - USC Women of Troy Tournament

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location:....................Los Angeles, CA Enrollment:............................. 33,000 Arena:..................... The Galen Center Capacity:................................ 10,258

2009-10 Record:...................... 19-12 Conference Record:..................... 12-6 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD:................First Meeting

Location:.........................Boulder, CO. Enrollment:............................. 30,128 Arena:................. Coors Events Center Capacity:................................ 11,064

2009-10 Record:...................... 13-17 Conference Record:..................... 3-13 Postseason:................................None Series with UD:............................ O-1

HEAD COACH Michael Cooper

HEAD COACH Linda Lappe

Alma Mater:..................................................New Mexico Record at School:.................................................... 19-12 Career Record:....................................................... 19-12 Assistant Coaches:...................................... Laura Beeman .................................................................. Mary Wooley ............................................................ Michael Cooper II

Alma Mater:...................................................... Colorado Record at School:................................................First Year Career Record:....................................................... 50-36 Assistant Coaches:..................................Jennie Baranczyk ...............................................................Jonas Chatterton .................................................................Johnna Pointer

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ........................................................................................ Darcy Couch Phone: ......................................................................................(213) 740-3808 Email:...........................................................................................ouch@usc.edu

Contact.............................................................................................Troy Andre Phone: ......................................................................................(303) 492-4672 Email:..................................................................... .....troy.andre@colorado.edu

WWW.USCTROJANS.COM

California State Bakersfield

Roadrunners

Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010, - Bakersfield, CA

WWW.CUBUFFS.COM

Harvard

Crimson Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

HEAD COACH Tim La Kose

HEAD COACH Kathy Delaney-Smith

Alma Mater:.............................. California State University Record at School:................................................. 189- 73 Career Record:................................................... 325-140 Assistant Coaches:.......................................Mandi Carver ...................................................................Morgan Saso ................................................................... Greg McCall

Alma Mater:.......................................... Bridgewater State Record at School:................................................ 439-308 Career Record:................................................... 439-308 Assistant Coaches:...........................................Kelly Finley .................................................................. Missy Traversi ......................................................................................

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:....................................................................................... Kevin Gilmore Phone:...................................................................................... (661) 654–6071 Email:...................................................................................kgilmore@csub.edu

Contact:......................................................................................Heather Palmer Phone:.......................................................................................(617) 495-2206 Email:.........................................................................palmer2@fas.harvard.edu

Location:..................... Bakersfield, CA Enrollment:............................... 8,000 Arena:...........................Icardo Center Capacity:.................................. 3,880

2009-10 Record:......................19–10 Conference Record:....................... 0-0 Postseason:.................................. WBI Series with UD:................First Meeting

WWW.GORUNNERS.COM

Location:....................Cambridge, MA Enrollment:............................... 6,715 Arena:.......................Lavietes Pavilion Capacity:.................................. 2,195

2009-10 Record:........................ 20-9 Conference Record:..................... 11-3 Postseason:................................WNIT Series with UD:....................First Meeting

WWW.GOCRIMSON.COM


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Xavier

Boston College

Musketeers

Eagles

Monday, Jan. 03, 2011, - Chestnut Hill, MA

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:.................. Chestnut Hill, MA Enrollment:............................. 14,640 Arena:............................Conte Forum Capacity:.................................. 8,606

2009-10 Record:...................... 17-15 Conference Record:....................... 6-8 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD:............................. 0-1

Sunday, Jan. 09, 2011, - Cincinnati, OH, Saturday, Feb. 05, 2011, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:................... Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment:............................... 7,000 Arena:...........................Cintas Center Capacity:................................ 10,250

2009-10 Record:........................ 30-4 Conference Record:..................... 14-0 Postseason:.............NCAA Tournament Series with UD:........... UD leads 32-24

HEAD COACH Sylvia Crawley

HEAD COACH Kevin McGuff

Alma Mater:........................... University of North Carolina. Record at School:.................................................... 40-27 Career Record:....................................................... 78-52 Assistant Coaches:.....................Stephanie Lawrence Yelton .................................................................... Geoff Lanier ..................................................................Angelita Forté.

Alma Mater:........................................... St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Record at School:.................................................. 185-70 Career Record:..................................................... 185-70 Assistant Coaches:....................................Mike Neighbors. ............................................................. Carla D. Morrow ................................................................... Amy Waugh

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:................................................................................. Stephanie Tunnera. Phone:.......................................................................................(617) 552-3004 Email:..................................................................... stephanie.tunnera.1@bc.edu

BCEAGLES.CSTV.COM

Saint Louis

Contact:....................................................................................... Jenna Willhoit Phone:.......................................................................................(513) 745-3961 Email:................................................................................. willhoitj@xavier.edu

WWW.GOXAVIER.COM

Duquesne

Billikens

Dukes

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011, - St. Louis, MO

Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

HEAD COACH Shimmy Gray-Miller

HEAD COACH Suzie McConnell-Serio

Alma Mater:....................................University of Michigan Record at School:.................................................... 53-94 Career Record:....................................................... 53-94 Assistant Coaches:......................................Stephanie Rich ...................................................................Honey Brown ....................................................................... Glenn Box

Alma Mater:..................................................... Penn State Record at School:.................................................... 55-39 Career Record:....................................................... 55-39 Assistant Coaches:.............................................. Dan Burt ..................................................................Carmen Bruce ..............................................................Lindsay Richards

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:.........................................................................................Mickey Smith Phone:.......................................................................................(314) 977-3463 Email:....................................................................................msmit145@slu.edu

Contact:.....................................................................................Ryan Gavatorta. Phone:.......................................................................................(412) 396-6560 Email:................................................................................. gavatortar@duq.edu

Location:.......................St. Louis, MO. Enrollment:............................. 13,313 Arena:........................ Chaifetz Arena Capacity:................................ 10,600

2009-10 Record:...................... 11-19 Conference Record:....................... 5-9 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD:............. UD leads 17-6

WWW.SLUBILLIKENS.COM

Location: ..................... Pittsburgh, PA. Enrollment:............................. 10,160 Arena:.................A.J. Palumbo Center Capacity:.................................. 5,358

2009-10 Record:...................... 20-12 Conference Record:....................... 9-5 Postseason:................................WNIT Series with UD:..............................12-17

WWW.GODUQUESNE.COM


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George Washington

Colonials

Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location:................... Washington, DC Enrollment:............................. 20,327 Arena:............ Charles E. Smith Center Capacity:.................................. 4,366

2009-10 Record:........................ 6-22 Conference Record:..................... 3-11 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD:........................... 1-24

Richmond

Spiders

Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011, - Richmond, Va.

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location:......................Richmond, VA. Enrollment:............................... 2,950 Arena:.......................... Robins Center Capacity:.................................. 9,071

2009-10 Record:...................... 20-13 Conference Record:....................... 7-7 Postseason:............................... WNIT Series with UD:........................... 4-10

HEAD COACH Mike Bozeman

HEAD COACH Michael Shafer

Alma Mater:........................................ Fairleigh Dickinson Record at School:.................................................... 23-36 Career Record:....................................................... 23-36 Assistant Coaches:..............................Kristeena Alexander ................................................................ Richard Moore ..................................................................... Katie Rokus

Alma Mater:............................................ William & Mary Record at School:.................................................... 84-74 Career Record:....................................................... 84-74 Assistant Coaches:......................................... Ginny Doyle ................................................................. Mike McGuire ........................................................Ebony Tanner Moore

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:......................................................................................... Jesse Hooker Phone:.......................................................................................(202) 994-8604 Email:.....................................................................................jhooker@gwu.edu

Contact:........................................................................................... Rachel Park Phone:...................................................................................... (804) 287-6312 Email:................................................................................ rpark@richmond.edu

WWW.GWSPORTS.COM

LaSalle

WWW.RICHMONDSPIDERS.COM

Saint Joseph’s

Explorers

Hawks

Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011, - UD ARENA

Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

HEAD COACH Jeff Williams

HEAD COACH Cindy Griffin

Alma Mater:........................................................ Howard Record at School:............................................First Season Career Record:...............................................First Season Assistant Coaches:........................................ Ervin Monier ...............................................................Jayme Callahan ................................................................. Erin Dickerson

Alma Mater:................................................ Saint Joseph’s Record at School:................................................ 158-124 Career Record:................................................... 206-157 Assistant Coaches:.............................................Chris Day ...................................................................Susan Moran ........................................................Stephanie McCaffrey

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:..........................................................................................Marc Mullen Phone:.......................................................................................(215) 951-1633 Email:.................................................................................mmullen@lasalle.edu

Contact:.......................................................................................... Jack Jumper Phone:.......................................................................................(610) 660-3389 Email:.......................................................................................jjumper@sju.edu

Location:....................Philadelphia, PA Enrollment:............................... 4,447 Arena:...................... Tom Gola Arena Capacity:.................................. 4,000

2009-10 Record:........................ 7-22 Conference Record:..................... 2-12 Postseason:................................... None Series with UD: ........................ 13-15

WWW.GOEXPLORERS.COM

Location:....................Philadelphia, PA Enrollment:............................... 4,550 Arena:......................Michael J.Hagan Capacity:.................................. 4,200

2009-10 Record:...................... 17-15 Conference Record:....................... 9-5 Postseason:................................WNIT Series with UD:........................... 8-11

WWW.SJUHAWKS.COM


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St. Bonaventure

UMass

Bonnies

Minutewomen

Wednesday, Feb. 02, 2011, - Olean, NY

Wednesday, Feb. 09, 2011, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location:............ St. Bonaventure, N.Y. Enrollment:............................... 2,000 Arena:............................ Reilly Center Capacity:.................................. 5,780

Location:....................... Amherst, MA.. Enrollment:............................. 27,016 Arena:.William D. Mullins Memorial Center Capacity:.................................. 9,493

2009-10 Record: ..................... 23-10 Conference Record:....................... 9-5 Postseason:................................WNIT Series with UD:....................UD leads 9-8

2009-10 Record:...................... 11-19 Conference Record:....................... 5-9 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD:........................... 7-10

HEAD COACH Jim Crowley

HEAD COACH Sharon Dawley

Alma Mater:............................................... Keuka College Record at School:.................................................. 87-141 Career Record:................................................... 126-179 Assistant Coaches:........................................Jesse Fleming ..............................................................Priscilla Edwards ..................................................................... Kate Achter

Alma Mater:.....................................................St. Anselm Record at School:............................................First Season Career Record:................................................... 265-148 Assistant Coaches:.......................................Steve Lanpher ................................................................. Jen MacAulay .................................................................Morgan Valley

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:..................................................................................... Jason MacBain Phone:.......................................................................................(716) 375-4019 Email:................................................................................... jmacbain@sbu.edu

Contact:........................................................................................ Jillian Jakuba Phone:.......................................................................................(413) 577-0053 Email:........................................................................jjakuba@admin.umass.edu

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Temple

Charlotte

Owls

49ers

Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011, - Charlotte, NC

Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011, - Philadelphia, PA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

HEAD COACH Karen Aston

HEAD COACH Tonya Cardoza

Alma Mater:....................................... Arkansas-Little Rock Record at School:.................................................... 59-37 Career Record:....................................................... 59-37 Assistant Coaches:..................................... Angela Ortega ...................................................................... Ken Griffin ............................................................. Sabrina Gregory

Alma Mater:.........................................................Virginia Record at School:.................................................... 46-19 Career Record:....................................................... 46-19 Assistant Coaches:................................... Waynetta Veney ......................................................................Dan Durkin .............................................................. Willnett Crockett

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:......................................................................................... Brent Stastny Phone:.......................................................................................(704) 687-6313 Email:...................................................................................bmstastn@uncc.edu

Contact:.................................................................................... Karen Auerbach Phone:...................................................................................... (215) 204-3850 Email:.............................................................................kauerbach@temple.edu

Location:....................... Charlotte, NC. Enrollment:............................. 24,701 Arena:...........................Halton Arena Capacity:.................................. 9,105

2009-10 Record:...................... 18-14 Conference Record:....................... 9-5 Postseason:................................WNIT Series with UD:.....................................1-5

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Location:....................Philadelphia, PA . Enrollment:............................. 37,000 Arena:..................... Liacouras Center Capacity:................................ 10,206

2009-10 Record:........................ 25-9 Conference Record:..................... 11-3 Postseason:.............NCAA Tournament Series with UD:......................... 10-10

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2010-11 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

0PP0NENTS

Rhode Island

Fordham

Rams

Rams

Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011, - Kingston, RI

Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, - UD ARENA

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Location:........................ Kingston, R.I. Enrollment:............................. 16,392 Arena:............Thomas M. Ryan Center Capacity:.................................. 7,657

Location:............................ Bronx, NY. Enrollment:............................... 7,994 Arena:..........................Rose Hill Gym Capacity:.................................. 3,200

2009-10 Record: ....................... 9-20 Conference Record:..................... 2-12 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD:..................UD leads 15-4

2009-10 Record:........................ 8-22 Conference Record:..................... 2-12 Postseason:................................ None Series with UD:............. UD leads 15-4

HEAD COACH Cathy Inglese

HEAD COACH Cathy Andruzzi

Alma Mater:..................................... Southern Connecticut Record at School:...................................................... 9-20 Career Record:................................................... 402-273 Assistant Coaches:...................................... Eric Chapman ................................................................. Marnie Dacko ..................................................................Kelly Morrone

Alma Mater:......................................................... Queens Record at School:.................................................... 19-97 Career Record:................................................... 143-191 Assistant Coaches:.................................... Jack Eisenmann ..............................................................Mary McConnell .............................................................. Stephanie Tobey

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:.................................................................................... Jodi Pontbriand Phone:...................................................................................... (401) 874-5356 Email:................................................................................. jpontbriand@uri.edu

Contact:.................................................................................. Scott Kwiatkowski Phone:.....................................................................................: (718) 817-4219 Email:.......................................................................skwiatkowski@fordham.edu

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2010 / 2011 > DAYTON FLYERS > WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


2010 / 2011 > DAYTON FLYERS > WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

T H E H I S TO RY >


2010 / 2011 > DAYTON FLYERS > WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UD HALL OF FAME > THE 19 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN UD’S HALL OF FAME: Thomas J. Frericks, who became a member of the CAROL MILLER BAUGHMAN ‘75________________________________________ INDUCTED 1982 DONNA BURKS ‘84___________________________________________________ INDUCTED 1993 BEVERLY CRUSOE ‘80_________________________________________________ INDUCTED 1987

UD Athletics Hall of Fame in 1976, left an indelible impression on the Flyer Athletics program. No mention

JEWELYN MIDDLEBROOK DICELLO ‘63___________________________________ INDUCTED 1979

ofUniversityofDaytontournamentappearanceswould

SANDY JOHNSON ‘77_________________________________________________ INDUCTED 1984

becompletewithoutacknowledgingthecontributions

BETTY BURKE KAUFMAN ‘76___________________________________________ INDUCTED 1985

of Mr. Frericks, who served as UD’s director of athletics

KATHY KOOGLER ‘66_________________________________________________ INDUCTED 1984 MICHELE KRUTY ‘88__________________________________________________ INDUCTED 2002 CAROL LAMMERS LAFOUNTAIN ‘81_____________________________________ INDUCTED 1989 ANN MEYERS ‘80 ____________________________________________________ INDUCTED 1986

from 1964 to 1992. Not only should he be considered for the University’s

SHIRLEY OSSWALD ‘65 _______________________________________________ INDUCTED 1983

involvementintournaments,butforhiscontributionsto

THERESA YINGLING PLUNKETT ‘85 _____________________________________ INDUCTED 1994

the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

SUSANNE FINKE SCHILLER ‘57_________________________________________ INDUCTED 1978 MARY LOU SCHMID ‘62 _______________________________________________ INDUCTED 1982

Mr. Frericks was an innovator who helped guide

TAMMY STRITENBERGER ‘81___________________________________________ INDUCTED 1990

UD Athletics from a time when collegiate athletic

BECKY STROMINGER ‘55 _____________________________________________ INDUCTED 1981

departments were low-budget operations to the

GLORIA TAYLOR ‘53 __________________________________________________ INDUCTED 1980 VIRGINIA MACMILLAN VARGA ‘51 ______________________________________ INDUCTED 1979

multi-million dollar budgets of today. Through all the changes, one thing remained constant, because of Frericks’ dedication, UD became known for integrity and credibility. HighlightsofhistenureincludedUD’ssecond-placefinish in the 1967 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, and the construction in 1969 of the $4.5 million University of Dayton Arena, which has now hosted 65 NCAA Tournament Games (62 men, three women). As a member of the Men’s Basketball Committee, Frericks was an integral part of developing the tournament to the great American sporting event, “March Madness,” it is today. He was on the five-member team from the Basketball Committee that negotiatedtheseven-year,$1billiontelevisioncontract with CBS Sports. Mr. Frericks was slated to be the Chair of the Basketball Committee starting in 1992, but he lost his battle with cancer on Jan. 31, 1992, before presiding over any championship. Fifteen days prior to his passing, the University had rededicated the University of Dayton Fieldhouse as the Thomas J. Frericks Athletic and Convocation Center. It serves as a constant reminder, fittingly, in a building where he attended classes, practiced and played as a young man and transformed UD athletic fortunes as athletic director.

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2010 / 2011 > DAYTON FLYERS > WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

1980 AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS >

1979-1980 AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS < INDUCTED IN 2000 >

- BEVERLY CRUSOE - MARY CAROL GLEASON - PAT HOFFMAN - MARLENE JARZYNKA - JULIE JOHNSON - CAROL LAMMERS - MARY MCDONALD - ANN MEYERS - KIM RAMSEY - TAMMY STRITENBERGER - SUE YOUNGPETER

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COACHES

THE FLYERS

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HISTORY

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2010 / 2011 > DAYTON FLYERS > WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME ROSTER > Years Player 1981-85 Leah Alba 2002-03 Nastassia Alcius 2001-03 Sarah Allen 1980-81 Yvonne Anderson 2009-11 Olivia Applewhite 2004-08 Ashley Armstrong 1989-93 Julie Arnold

Ht Hometown 5-6 Manistee, MI 5-6 Lexington, KY 6-0 Cincinnati, OH 5-10 Columbus, OH 6-0 Forestville, MD 5-9 Beloit, OH 6-2 Middletown, OH

1991-93 1974-78 1977-78 1976-77 1987-90 1977-80 1973-74 1968-69 1995-96 1970-72 1985-86 2006-09 1968-69 1973-74 1972-76 1980-84 2001-05 2003-05 1982-86

Melissa Banjoff Joy Barnett Pat Barnhorst Dorry Barr Teri Basye Journey Beard Sharon Beigel Kathy Bergman Lisa Blackwell Gayle Blevins Andy Brown Ashley Brown Emily Bruns Barbara Buckley Betty Burke Donna Burks Leslie Burns Katie Butler Mary Byers

5-7 Avon Lake, OH 6-0 Bellbrook, OH ----- ----5-10 Silver Springs, MD 5-10 Hamilton, OH 5-11 Convoy, OH ----- Dayton, OH ----- ----5-4 Lanham, MD ----- Dayton, OH 5-8 Delaware, OH 6-0 Wilberforce, OH ----- --------- Swarthmore, PA 5-8 Erie, PA 5-11 Cincinnati, OH 6-1 Cincinnati, OH 6-1 Findlay, OH 5-6 Midland, MI

1981-85 1984-85 2002-06 2008-11 1997-98 2004-08 1968-69 1968-70 1968-69 1977-78 1969-73 1970-72 1994-98 2010-11 1971-74 1977-80 1975-76 1981-85

Lori Cahill Shari Campbell Angela Cape De’Sarae Chambers Queesha Clark Karah Cloxton Ellen Collins Sue Collins Mo Concannon Mary Condit Carol Condon Sue Condy Tiffany Conley Tonya Conley Thelma Cromartie Beverly Crusoe Jayne Culloo Sharon Curd

5-8 Gahanna, OH 5-10 East Setauket, NY 6-3 Warren, OH 5-9 Maysville, KY 5-6 East St. Louis, IL 5-8 Winfield, WV ----- --------- --------- --------- --------- Birmingham, MI ----- ----5-7 Hollidaysburg, PA 5-5 Burlington, VT ----- Dayton, OH 5-11 Dayton, OH ----- ----5-9 Columbus, OH

2009-11 2007-11 1980-81 1995-99 1968-71 2003-06 1984-86 1972-73 1968-69 1974-77 1999-03 1968-70

Kari Daugherty Kristin Daugherty Tonya Davis Kizzy Dawson Janet Deters Lyndsey DeWitt Cheryl Dickerson Patti Dieden Pam Diehl Cindy DiGregory Chrissy Donovan Pat Doubet

6-1 Fresno, OH 6-0 Fresno, OH 5-4 Columbus, OH 5-9 Indianapolis, IN ----- ----5-8 Upper Sandusky, OH 6-0 Witchita, KA ----- Wilmette, IL ----- ----5-5 Ft. Wayne, IN 5-10 Cincinnati, OH ----- -----

1993-95 1987-89

Katina Edmonds Shiela Evans

5-7 6-0

Elton, KY Lancaster, WI

1977-78 1986-90

Marisue Findley Cindy Frericks

----- 5-9

----Kettering, OH

1986-90 2007-11 1969-73 1968-69 1985-86 1979-80 1977-78 1987-91 1988-89 1970-72 1988-92 1968-69 1975-77 2006-08

Teri Gaerke Ebony Gainey Debbie Gapinski Cathy Gephart Monica Glass Mary Gleason Kathy Gluvna Kaihra Goodman Keri Goodwin Jan Grady Lisa Green Ginny Greene Chris Gruber Kathy Guin

5-11 Rockford, OH 6-0 Dayton, OH ----- Cincinnati, OH ----- ----5-9 Atlanta, GA 5-6 Golden, CO ----- ----5-11 Akron, OH 6-0 St. Mary’s, OH ----- Silver Springs, MD 5-11 Coshocton, OH ----- ----5-8 Cincinnati, OH 5-5 Guthrie, OK

UD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

COACHES

Years Player 1989-93 Nikki Harris 1999-03 Heather Haselman 1973-74 Lawana Henderson 1987-89 Rochelle Henderson 1981-82 Tara Hessert 1996-00 Christi Hester 1990-94 Natalie Hill 2000-02 Kristy Hineline 1968-69 Liz Hoffman 1977-81 Pat Hoffman 1973-76 Mary Lou Holder 2004-08 Brittany Holterman

Ht 5-11 6-1 5-1 5-9 ---- 5-9 5-8 6-1 ----- 5-8 5-9 5-11

Hometown Chillicothe, OH Kalida, OH Dayton, OH Somerset, KY ----Louisville, KY Chillicothe, OH Toronto, Ontario ----Sparta, NJ Dayton, OH Racine, WI

1969-70 1972-76 1975-78 1996-00 1979-80 1978-80 1994-97 1973-77 1995-97 1999-01 1975-76

Arnelle Jackson Gail Jacobsen Kathy Janosco Janette Jaques Marlene Jarzynka Julie Johnson Kara Johnson Sandy Johnson Janet Jones Victoria Jones Corliss Jordan

----- ----- 5-5 6-2 5-10 5-8 6-0 5-5 5-7 5-3 -----

----Bergenfield, NJ Pittsburgh, PA Lafayette, IN Baden, PA Kettering, OH Grandville, MI Dayton, OH Barbourville, KY Dayton, OH -----

1993-96 2002-03 1974-76 1969-70 2006-08 1976-77 1982-86 1970-71 1962-66 1984-88 1993-97

Amber Kaiser Julie Kafun Deirdre Kane Cathy Keegan Kelly Keil Maureen Kirby Rhonda Klette Gail Kochan Kathy Koogler Michele Kruty Amy Kumle

6-2 Lenexa, KA 6-0 Akron, OH 5-8 Somerdale, NJ ----- ----6-4 Sparta, NJ 5-7 South Euclid, OH 5-8 Edgewood, KY ----- --------- Belmont, OH 6-2 Manistee, MI 5-11 Springboro, OH

2008-11 1977-81 1969-70 1969-73 1975-76 2006-11 1973-77 1997-98 2004-08

Patrice Lalor Carol Lammers Peg Larkin Sue Larkin Debbie Laubert Aundrea Lindsay Pat Lockwood Heidi Lonnberg Kiki Lund

5-6 Toledo, OH 5-11 Miller City, OH ----- --------- Bricktown, NJ ----- ----5-5 Maywood, IL 6-2 South Amboy, NJ 5-11 Espoo, Finland 5-11 Aarhus, Denmark

2009-11 Samantha MacKay 1981-82 Lori Magee 1998-02 Alena Martens 1976-77 Kathy Mason 1993-97 Steph Mathu 1976-77 Karen Mays 1977-81 Mary McDonald 1998-02 Shannon McFadden 1974-76 Jo McGuire 1997-01 RaeLynn McIntosh 1969-70 Meg McManus 1989-93 Jennifer Meineke 1986-90 Annette Melvin 1976-80 Ann Meyers 2000-01;03-04Becky Miller 1972-75 Carol Miller 1993-97 Renee Miller 1999-04 Stefanie Miller 2002-03 Amanda Moore 2008-11 Kayla Moses 1976-77 Jenny Munson

5-8 Dublin, OH 5-7 Sea Isle City, NJ 5-10 Woodbury, MN 5-6 Erie, PA 5-9 Green Bay, WI 5-9 Dayton, OH 5-11 Kettering, OH 5-6 Bryn Mawr, PA 5-7 Dayton, OH 6-3 New Albany, IN ----- ----6-1 Raleigh, NC 5-10 Schweinfurt, FRG 6-1 Dayton, OH 6-0 Scottsdale, AZ 5-6 Dayton, OH 5-5 Napoleon, OH 5-5 Beavercreek, OH 5-5 Southfield, MI 5-4 Georgetown, KY 5-3 Louisville, KY

2008-11 Casey Nance 1968-69 Becky Newcombe

6-4 -----

Akron, OH -----

2004-08 1983-87 1990-93 1970-71 1962-66

6-2 6-4 5-6 ----- -----

San Diego, CA Dayton, OH Cambridge, OH ---------

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Nikki Oakland Kathy O’Brien Louise Oess Linda O’Keefe Shirley Oswald

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UD ARENA

Years Player 1970-74 Patty Palcic 1980-84 Pam Palmer 1971-75 Pat Penders 1995-99 Anitra Perry 2003-07 Amber Peterink 1980-84 Laurie Plank 1985-89 Tobette Pleasant 1990-92 Shannon Potee

Ht Hometown 5-1 Gowanda, NY 5-5 Springfield, OH 5-7 Pleasantville, NY 6-1 Columbus, OH 6-1 Kendallville, IN 5-11 Sidney, OH 5-10 Dayton, OH 6-3 Mason, OH

2008-11 1990-94

Elle Queen Bonnie Quellhorst

6-0 6-5

1978-81 2004-06 1986-90 2008-11 1990-94 1996-98 1991-95 2003-04 2005-09 1998-99 2006-10 1995-96 1998-99

Kim Ramsey Terri Ramsey Tammy Rasey Justine Raterman Nychola Richardson Jennelle Ristau Janice Roberts Amber Robinson Marie Rosche Nikki Roush Kendel Ross Courtney Ruffing Ann Ryder

5-9 Springfield, OH 5-5 Tacoma, WA 5-7 Antwerp, OH 6-1 Versailles, OH 5-11 Columbus, OH 6-1 Kimberly, WI 5-10 Wyoming, MI 5-6 North Canton, OH 6-2 Rockville, MD 5-4 Delaware, OH 6-1 Sarnia, ONT 5-8 Rochester, MI 5-6 Dayton, OH

1998-99 2010-11 1989-93 1972-73 1980-84 1976-79 1998-03 1977-79 1985-86 1970-71 1993-97 1996-00 1992-96 1987-91 1993-94 1977-81 2003-07 1992-96 1999-04 1999-03

Helena Safarikova 6-4 Prague, Czech Rep. Cassie Sant 6-2 Kettering, OH Shari Sauder 5-6 Brown City, MI Maureen Saunders ----- ----Julie Schaefer 6-1 Kettering, OH Cindy Schaeffer 5-5 Dayton, OH Sarah Schloss 6-0 Cincinnati, OH Donna Schwartz ----- ----Ann Sera 5-7 Waterford, MI Nancy Shearer ----- ----Emily Sinke 5-9 St. John’s, MI Crystal Smith 5-7 Columbus, OH Steph Smith 6-3 Newport, PA Eileen Stein 5-10 Sharonville, OH Latonia Stiner 6-0 East Cleveland, OH Tammy Stritenberger 5-5 Dayton, OH Jennifer Strong 6-1 Warrensville, OH Jessica Stuart 5-10 Pensacola, FL Cyndi Stull 6-1 Centerville, OH Marnina Sullivan 5-7 Detroit, MI

1969-71 2005-08 1998-99 1969-70 1975-76

Jeanne Tayloe Jen Tisza Niceta Trevathan Ginny Thorne Kelly Tsocaris

----- 6-3 5-10 ----- -----

1976-77 1997-98 1989-93 1983-87 2001-05 1986-87 2008-11 1981-82 2008-11 2000-02 2004-06

Cathy Wack Keeoma Wardford Janie Weckesser Monica West Emily Williams Lisa Williams Staci Willis Debbie Wilson Brittany Wilson Mandy Winner Cara Wright

5-10 Bethesda, MD 5-11 Beaverton, OR 5-6 Dayton, OH 6-1 Xenia, OH 5-10 Beavercreek, OH 5-5 Jefferson Twp., OH 5-7 Cincinnati, OH 5-8 LaVale, MD 5-11 Louisville, KY 6-2 Ft. Loramie, OH 6-0 West Chester, OH

1982-86 1979-83

Theresa Yingling Sue Youngpeter

6-5 5-7

HISTORY

THE UNIVERSITY

Excelsior, MN Minster, OH

----Port Clinton, OH Indianapolis, IN ---------

Centerville, OH Delphos, OH

TO THE MEDIA


2010 / 2011 > DAYTON FLYERS > WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

1,000 POINT SCORERS > 2,672 • ANN MEYERS 1976-1980

6-FOOT-1 • DAYTON, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1976-77 Frosh 29 --- 246 469 .524 --- --- --- 103 142 .732 377 13.0 69 --- 35 595 20.5 1977-78 Soph 31 --- 246 449 .547 --- --- --- 168 198 .848 336 10.8 43 --- 50 660 21.2 1978-79 Junior 31 --- 250 438 .575 --- --- --- 103 133 .774 233 7.5 30 --- 44 603 19.5 1979-80 Senior 35 --- 309 486 .636 --- --- --- 196 231 .848 347 9.9 37 --- 48 814 21.2 CAREER 126 --- 1051 1842 .571 --- --- --- 570 704 .810 1293 10.3 179 --- 177 2672 26.3

2,151 • CAROL LAMMERS 1977-1981

5-FOOT-11 • MILLER CITY, OHIO

1,850 • DONNA BURKS 1980-1984

5-FOOT-11 • CINCINNATI, OHIO

1,627 • BEVERLY CRUSOE 1977-1980

5-FOOT-11 • DAYTON, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1977-78 Frosh 31 --- 164 306 .535 --- --- --- 70 96 .729 241 7.7 30 --- 33 398 12.8 1978-79 Soph 36 --- 191 398 .480 --- --- --- 87 121 .720w 263 7.3 29 --- 62 469 13.0 1979-80 Junior 38 --- 266 473 .562 --- --- --- 88 140 .632 268 7.1 41 --- 48 620 16.3 1980-81 Senior 34 --- 277 479 .578 --- --- --- 110 138 .797 324 9.5 62 13 32 664 19.5 CAREER 139 --- 898 1656 .542 --- --- --- 355 495 .717 1096 7.9 162 13* 175 2151 15.5

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1980-81 Frosh 19 680 33 70 .471 --- --- --- 32 44 .727 89 4.7 1 6 12 98 5.2 1981-82 Soph 27 175 311 .563 --- --- --- 70 122 .574 254 9.4 5 10 25 420 15.6 1982-83 Junior 30 979 274 463 .592 --- --- --- 115 183 .628 371 12.4 19 6 26 663 22.1 1983-84 Senior 31 951 287 485 .592 --- --- --- 95 170 .559 336 10.8 24 11 38 669 21.6 CAREER 107 769 1329 .579 --- --- --- 312 519 .601 1050 9.8 49 33 101 1850 17.3

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1977-78 Soph 31 --- 181 389 .465 --- --- --- 83 133 .625 371 11.9 109 --- 96 445 14.3 1978-79 Junior 36 --- 243 549 .443 --- --- --- 71 98 .724 307 8.5 85 --- 193 557 15.5 1979-80 Senior 38 --- 286 610 .469 --- --- --- 53 87 .609 268 7.1 164 --- 179 625 16.4 CAREER 105 --- 710 1548 .459 --- --- --- 207 318 .651 946 9.0 358 --- 468 1627 15.5

1,413 • THERESA YINGLING 1982-1986

6-FOOT-5 • CENTERVILLE, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1982-83 Frosh 29 733 160 295 .542 --- --- --- 53 90 .589 245 8.4 23 22 20 373 12.9 1983-84 Soph 31 757 162 324 .500 --- --- --- 42 65 .646 247 8.0 27 28 21 366 11.8 1984-85 Junior 28 644 144 294 .489 --- --- --- 47 78 .603 222 7.9 19 29 11 335 12.0 1985-86 Senior 28 576 147 271 .543 --- --- --- 45 75 .600 184 6.6 20 20 22 339 12.1 CAREER 116 2710 613 1184 .518 --- --- --- 187 308 .607 898 7.7 89 99 74 1413 12.2

1,380 • TAMMY STRITENBERGER 1977-1981 Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

5-FOOT-6 • DAYTON, OHIO

Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg Frosh 31 --- 125 296 .422 --- --- --- 42 53 .792 51 1.6 105 --- 48 292 9.4 Soph 36 --- 185 410 .450 --- --- --- 21 30 .700 68 1.9 177 --- 87 391 10.9 Junior 25 --- 120 286 .420 --- --- --- 23 26 .885 31 1.2 103 --- 37 263 10.5 Senior 34 --- 189 464 .407 --- --- --- 56 71 .789 75 2.2 208 2 50 434 12.7 CAREER 126 --- 619 1456 .425 --- --- --- 142 180 .789 225 1.8 593 2* 222 1380 10.9

1,350 • NATALIE HILL 1990-1994 Year Class 1990-91 Frosh 1991-92 Soph 1992-93 Junior 1993-94 Senior CAREER

5-FOOT-7 • CHILLICOTHE, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 28 607 81 242 .335 6 32 .188 82 118 .685 84 3.0 45 0 32 250 8.9 26 790 104 282 .369 10 40 .250 88 110 .800 94 3.6 76 5 31 306 11.9 26 828 107 261 .410 17 54 .315 66 93 .710 122 4.7 47 6 49 297 11.4 27 871 172 405 .425 42 119 .353 111 148 .750 104 3.9 59 5 44 497 18.4 107 3096 464 1190 .390 75 245 .306 347 469 .740 404 3.8 227 16 156 1350 12.6

1,340 • SANDY JOHNSON 1973-1977

5-FOOT-5 • DAYTON, OHIO

1,337 • MICHELE KRUTY 1984-1988

6-FOOT-2 • MANISTEE, MICH.

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1973-74 Frosh 20 --- 85 --- --- --- --- --- 43 88 .489 --- --- --- --- --- 213 10.7 1974-75 Soph 23 --- 187 --- --- --- --- --- 22 48 .458 --- --- --- --- --- 396 17.2 1975-76 Junior 22 --- 169 --- --- --- --- --- 40 78 .513 --- --- --- --- --- 378 17.2 1976-77 Senior 28 --- 157 --- --- --- --- --- 39 59 .661 --- --- --- --- --- 353 12.6 CAREER 93 --- 598 --- --- --- --- --- 144 273 .527 --- --- --- --- --- 1340 14.4

Year Class 1984-85 Frosh 1985-86 Soph 1986-87 Junior 1987-88 Senior CAREER

UD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

COACHES

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 26 460 80 200 .400 --- --- --- 38 64 .594 128 4.9 16 15 20 198 7.6 28 743 166 349 .476 --- --- --- 60 89 .674 226 8.1 43 42 30 392 14.0 28 793 153 398 .384 --- --- --- 57 84 .676 193 6.9 34 78 30 363 13.0 25 764 168 377 .446 0 7 .000 48 78 .615 193 7.7 72 85 43 384 15.4 107 2760 567 1324 .428 0 7 .000 203 315 .644 740 6.9 165 220 123 1337 11.9

THE FLYERS

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2010 / 2011 > DAYTON FLYERS > WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

1,000 POINT SCORERS > 1,308 • TOBETTE PLEASANT 1985-1989

5-FOOT-10 • DAYTON, OHIO

1,268 • CHRISTI HESTER 1996-2000

5-FOOT-9 • LEXINGTON, KY.

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1985-86 Frosh 27 240 41 85 .482 --- --- --- 14 33 .424 70 2.6 6 3 10 96 3.6 1986-87 Soph 28 615 114 220 .518 --- --- --- 68 121 .562 206 7.4 19 4 21 296 10.6 1987-88 Junior 28 920 188 355 .530 0 2 .000 85 124 .685 231 8.3 71 19 53 461 16.5 1988-89 Senior 27 908 183 412 .444 1 7 .143 88 137 .642 276 10.2 49 21 66 455 16.9 CAREER 110 2683 526 1072 .491 1 9 .111 255 415 .614 783 7.1 145 47 150 1308 11.9 Year Class 1996-97 Frosh 1997-98 Soph 1998-99 Junior 1999-00 Senior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 27 762 135 301 .449 22 62 .355 98 164 .598 101 3.7 88 5 37 390 14.4 27 829 132 310 .426 27 78 .346 79 121 .653 70 2.6 86 5 18 370 13.7 14 210 22 49 .449 3 8 .375 9 19 .474 22 1.6 28 2 12 56 4.0 30 831 157 341 .460 24 57 .421 114 144 .792 98 3.3 120 20 60 452 15.1 98 2632 446 1001 .446 76 205 .371 300 448 .670 291 2.9 322 32 127 1268 12.9

1,254 • STEFANIE MILLER 1999-2004

5-FOOT-5 • BEAVERCREEK, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1999-00 Frosh 29 631 55 125 .440 37 77 .481 21 23 .913 47 1.6 74 0 38 168 5.8 2000-01 Soph 29 924 102 265 .385 40 115 .348 69 76 .908 77 2.7 131 2 63 313 10.8 2001-02 Junior 6 209 26 76 .342 13 33 .394 18 20 .900 24 4.0 20 0 9 83 13.8 2002-03 Jr (RS) 27 911 96 250 .384 62 148 .419 52 57 .912 61 2.3 94 3 35 306 11.3 2003-04 Senior 28 1049 137 374 .366 69 208 .332 41 48 .854 84 3.0 177 1 44 384 13.7 CAREER 119 3724 416 1090 .382 221 581 .380 201 224 .897 293 2.5 496 6 189 1254 10.5

1,209 • JENNIFER STRONG 2002-2007

6-FOOT-1 • WARRENSVILLE, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 2002-03 Fr (RS) 4 32 1 6 .167 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 3 0.8 2 0 2 2 0.5 2003-04 Frosh 28 792 84 239 .351 21 88 .239 33 49 .673 144 5.1 31 7 21 222 7.9 2004-05 Soph 28 789 91 255 .357 29 79 .367 38 51 .745 134 4.8 32 3 32 249 8.9 2005-06 Junior 29 906 125 330 .379 41 120 .342 54 67 .806 120 4.1 44 6 28 345 11.9 2006-07 Senior 31 973 145 398 .364 43 160 .269 58 79 .734 130 4.2 38 6 38 391 12.6 CAREER 120 3492 446 1228 .363 134 451 .297 183 246 .744 531 4.4 147 22 121 1209 10.1

1,128 • STEPH MATHU 1993-1997

5-FOOT-9 • GREEN BAY, WISC.

1,099 • LEAH ABLA 1981-1985

5-FOOT-6 • MANISTEE, MICH.

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1978-1979 Frosh 29 968 141 299 .472 --- --- --- 56 71 .789 252 8.7 61 25 18 338 11.7 1979-1980 Soph 27 684 98 210 .467 --- --- --- 64 76 .842 140 5.2 26 9 6 260 9.6 1980-1981 Junior 29 1034 203 348 .583 --- --- --- 85 111 .766 231 8.0 35 13 11 491 16.9 1981-1982 Senior 30 1113 239 432 .553 --- --- --- 75 105 .714 210 7.0 47 17 5 553 18.4 CAREER 115 3799 681 1289 .528 --- --- --- 280 363 .771 833 7.2 169 64 40 1642 14.3 Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1981-82 Frosh 28 680 96 201 .478 --- --- --- 24 33 .727 60 2.1 73 7 29 216 7.7 1982-83 Soph 28 800 46 121 .380 --- --- --- 26 44 .591 62 2.4 97 6 33 118 4.5 1983-84 Junior 31 1077 195 395 .494 --- --- --- 97 125 .776 111 3.6 166 6 48 487 15.7 1984-85 Senior 25 777 110 260 .423 --- --- --- 58 83 .699 82 3.3 105 6 36 278 11.1 CAREER 112 3334 447 977 .458 --- --- --- 205 285 .719 315 2.9 441 25 146 1099 9.9

1,079 • KRISTIN DAUGHERTY 2007-PRESENT Year Class 2007-08 Frosh 2008-09 Soph 2009-10 Junior CAREER

6-FOOT-0 • FRESNO, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 34 838 118 322 .366 27 92 .293 52 68 .765 169 5.0 42 19 18 315 9.3 35 1132 160 436 .367 41 138 .297 85 111 .766 170 4.9 79 8 19 446 12.7 33 813 121 295 .410 30 100 .300 46 68 .676 123 3.7 51 13 19 318 9.6 102 2783 399 1053 .379 98 330 .297 183 247 .741 462 4.5 172 40 56 1079 10.6

1,063 • KENDEL ROSS 2006-2010

6-FOOT-1 • SARNIA, ONT

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 2006-07 Frosh 30 521 62 166 .373 15 57 .263 20 33 .606 121 4.0 21 17 24 159 5.3 2007-08 Soph 34 661 91 210 .433 24 81 .296 27 33 .818 153 4.5 57 15 28 233 6.9 2008-09 Junior 34 1046 126 303 .416 35 108 .324 57 70 .814 240 7.1 86 27 37 344 10.1 2009-10 Senior 33 798 115 254 .453 39 102 .382 58 75 .773 200 6.1 56 32 43 327 9.9 CAREER 131 3026 394 933 .422 113 348 .325 162 211 .768 714 5.5 220 91 132 1063 8.1

1,028 • NIKKI OAKLAND 2004-2008

6-FOOT-1 • SAN DIEGO, CA.

1,013 • KIZZY DAWSON 1995-1999

5-FOOT-9 • INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

Year Class 2004-05 Frosh 2005-06 Soph 2006-07 Junior 2007-08 Senior CAREER

Year Class 1995-96 Frosh 1996-97 Soph 1997-98 Junior 1998-99 Senior CAREER UD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

COACHES

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 26 315 29 66 .439 0 2 .000 16 32 .500 82 3.2 15 21 7 74 2.8 27 435 51 112 .455 1 2 .500 37 58 .638 107 4.0 35 34 11 140 5.2 30 710 137 276 .496 1 3 .333 70 107 .654 202 7.0 34 49 22 345 11.5 34 937 192 376 .511 8 28 .286 77 119 .647 270 8.0 45 44 16 469 13.8 117 239 409 830 .493 10 35 .286 200 316 .633 661 6.0 129 148 56 1028 8.8

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 27 486 86 207 .415 29 74 .392 40 53 .755 78 2.9 23 3 16 241 8.9 27 462 92 212 .434 11 38 .289 41 58 .707 64 2.4 26 1 26 236 8.7 27 654 106 257 .412 17 52 .327 42 56 .750 100 3.7 26 4 32 271 10.0 28 742 96 224 .429 3 7 .429 70 87 .805 94 3.4 51 4 33 265 9.5 109 2344 380 900 .422 60 171 .351 193 254 .760 336 3.1 126 12 107 1013 9.3

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SCORING LEADERS > MOST POINTS SCORED

Career

Seasons

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

1976-80 1977-81 1980-84 1977-80 1982-86 1977-81 1990-94 1973-77 1984-88 1985-89 1996-00 1999-04 2002-07 1993-97 1981-85 2007-10 2006-10 2004-08 1995-99 1989-93 1991-95 1988-92 1999-03 2008-10 1998-03

Ann Meyers Carol Lammers Donna Burks Beverly Crusoe Theresa Yingling Tammy Stritenberger Natalie Hill Sandy Johnson Michele Kruty Tobette Pleasant Christi Hester Stefanie Miller Jennifer Strong Steph Mathu Leah Abla Kristin Daugherty Kendel Ross Nikki Oakland Kizzy Dawson Julie Arnold Janice Roberts Lisa Green Chrissy Donovan Justine Raterman Sarah Schloss

Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 T13 T13 T13 16 17 18 19 20

G Pts Avg 126 139 107 105 116 126 107 93 107 110 98 119 120 107 110 102 131 117 109 110 107 103 111 68 118

2672 2151 1850 1627 1413 1380 1350 1340 1337 1308 1268 1254 1209 1128 1099 1079 1063 1028 1013 975 967 928 894 885 856

21.2 15.2 17.3 15.5 12.2 11.0 12.6 14.4 12.5 11.9 12.9 10.5 10.1 10.5 10.0 10.6 8.1 8.8 9.3 8.9 9.0 9.0 8.1 13.0 7.3

Ann Meyers Donna Burks Carol Lammers Donna Burks Ann Meyers Beverly Crusoe Carol Lammers Ann Meyers Ann Meyers Beverly Crusoe Natalie Hill Leah Abla Cara Wright Carol Lammers Nikki Oakland Tobette Pleasant Justine Raterman Tobette Pleasant Christi Hester Kristin Daugherty

Sr Sr Sr Jr So Sr Jr Jr Fr Jr Sr Jr Sr So Sr Jr Fr Sr Sr So

1979-80 1983-84 1980-81 1982-83 1977-78 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1976-77 1978-79 1993-94 1983-84 2005-06 1978-79 2007-08 1987-88 2008-09 1988-89 1999-00 2008-09

35 31 34 30 31 38 38 31 29 36 27 31 29 36 34 28 35 27 30 35

814 669 664 663 660 625 620 603 595 557 497 487 469 469 469 461 459 455 452 446

23.2 21.6 19.5 22.1 21.1 16.4 16.3 19.5 20.5 15.5 18.4 15.7 16.2 13.0 13.8 16.5 13.1 16.9 15.1 12.7

Freshmen Only

Season

G

Pts

Avg

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1976-77 2008-09 1977-78 1996-97 1982-83 1980-81 2007-08 1977-78 1996-97 1981-82

29 35 31 27 29 34 34 31 27 27

595 459 398 390 373 348 315 292 267 264

20.5 13.1 12.8 14.4 12.9 10.2 9.3 9.4 9.9 9.8

Game

Opponent Date

Pts

1 Donna Burks 2 Donna Burks 3 Ann Meyers 4 Ann Meyers 5 Donna Burks T6 Ann Meyers T6 Michele Kruty T8 Stefanie Miller T8 Christi Hester T8 Ann Meyers

Michigan Cleveland St Col of Charleston twice Wright State Salisbury St Cleveland St Xavier Virginia Tech Louisiana

Dec 21, 1982 Jan 17, 1984 Mar 23, 1980 last Feb 13, 1980 Feb 24, 1983 Mar 23, 1977 Feb 7, 1987 Jan 30, 2004 Jan 18, 1997 Mar 21, 1980

43 41 40 38 37 36 36 35 35 35

Freshmen Only

Opponent

Date

Pts

1 2 3 4 5

Salisbury St Virginia Tech Michigan Old Dominion Central Michigan

Mar 23, 1977 Jan 18, 1997 Dec 21, 1982 Nov 16, 2008 Dec 20, 2007

36 35 29 27 26

Ann Meyers Justine Raterman Carol Lammers Christi Hester Theresa Yingling Julie Schaefer Kristin Daugherty Tammy Stritenberger Jenelle Ristau Sharon Curd

Ann Meyers Christi Hester Theresa Yingling Justine Raterman Kristin Daugherty

Ann Meyers is UD’s all-time leading scorer with 2,672 points. She’s the only Flyer to top 2,200 career points and to average more than 20 points per game for her career.

Class Season G Pts Avg

UD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

COACHES

Half

Opponent Date Pts

Yearly Leaders

Class

G

Pts

Avg

1 Michele Kruty

Cleveland St 2nd

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

Senior Junior Soph Junior Junior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Soph Junior Frosh Soph Soph Senior Soph Junior Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Frosh Soph

31 28 28 28 28 27 28 29 28 27 27 27 26 27 27 28 30 18 21 28 28 28 29 31 34 35 33

669 335 392 363 461 455 346 348 366 407 497 346 310 390 370 274 452 201 273 323 384 341 469 391 469 459 426

21.6 12.0 14.0 13.0 16.5 16.9 12.4 12.0 13.1 15.1 18.4 12.8 11.9 14.4 13.7 9.8 15.1 11.2 13.0 11.5 13.7 12.2 16.2 12.6 13.8 13.1 12.9

Feb 7, 1987

28

MOST POINTS PER GAME

Career 1 2 T3 T3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Seasons G Pts Avg

Ann Meyers Donna Burks Beverly Crusoe Carol Lammers Sandy Johnson Cara Wright Justine Raterman Christi Hester Natalie Hill Michele Kruty

‘76-80 ‘80-84 ‘77-80 ‘77-81 ‘73-77 ‘04-06 ‘08-10 ‘96-00 ‘90-94 ‘84-88

126 107 105 139 93 57 68 98 107 107

2672 1850 1627 2151 1340 810 885 1268 1350 1337

21.2 17.3 15.5 15.5 14.4 14.2 13.0 12.9 12.6 12.5

Season

Class Season G Pts Avg

1 2 3 4 5 T6 T6 8 T9 T9

Senior Junior Senior Soph Frosh Senior Junior Senior Soph Junior

Ann Meyers Donna Burks Donna Burks Ann Meyers Ann Meyers Carol Lammers Ann Meyers Natalie Hill Sandy Johnson Sandy Johnson

‘79-80 ‘82-83 ‘83-84 ‘77-78 ‘76-77 ‘80-81 ‘78-79 ‘93-94 ‘74-75 ‘75-76

35 30 31 31 29 34 31 27 23 22

814 663 669 660 595 664 603 497 396 378

23.2 22.1 21.6 21.2 20.4 19.5 19.5 18.4 17.2 17.2

Freshmen Only

Season

G

Pts

Avg

1 2 3 4 5

‘76-77 ‘96-97 ‘08-09 ‘82-83 ‘77-78

29 27 35 29 31

595 390 459 373 398

20.4 14.4 13.1 12.9 12.8

Ann Meyers Christi Hester Justine Raterman Theresa Yingling Carol Lammers

Yearly Leaders

Class

G

Pts

Avg

1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

Senior Senior Senior Frosh Junior Frosh Soph Junior Frosh Soph Junior Senior Senior Soph Junior

11 9 16 15 15 20 23 22 29 31 31 35 34 27 30

78 84 178 155 107 213 396 378 595 660 603 814 664 420 663

7.1 9.3 11.1 10.3 7.1 10.6 17.2 17.2 20.5 21.1 19.5 23.2 19.5 15.6 22.1

THE FLYERS

Pam Diehl Sue Collins Janet Deters Thelma Cromartie Patty Palcic Sandy Johnson Sandy Johnson Sandy Johnson Ann Meyers Ann Meyers Ann Meyers Ann Meyers Carol Lammers Donna Burks Donna Burks

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HISTORY

Donna Burks Theresa Yingling Michele Kruty Michele Kruty Tobette Pleasant Tobette Pleasant Anette Melvin Lisa Green Shannon Potee Julie Arnold Natalie Hill Steph Mathu Steph Mathu Christi Hester Christi Hester RaeLynn McIntosh Christi Hester Cyndi Stull Sarah Allen Cyndi Stull Stefanie Miller Cara Wright Cara Wright Jennifer Strong Nikki Oakland Justine Raterman Justine Raterman

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REBOUNDING LEADERS > MOST REBOUNDS Career 1 Ann Meyers 2 Carol Lammers 3 Donna Burks 4 Beverly Crusoe 5 Theresa Yingling 6 Tobette Pleasant 7 Michele Kruty 8 Kendel Ross 9 Nikki Oakland 10 Julie Arnold 11 Steph Smith 12 RaeLynn McIntosh 13 Cyndi Stull 14 Brittany Holterman T15 Cara Wright T15 Anette Melvin 17 Jennifer Strong 18 Kaihra Goodman

Seasons G Rebs Avg ‘76-80 126 1293 10.3 ‘77-81 139 1096 7.9 ‘80-84 107 1050 9.8 ‘77-80 105 946 9.0 ‘82-86 116 898 7.7 ‘85-89 110 785 7.1 ‘84-88 107 740 6.9 ‘06-10 131 714 5.5 ‘04-08 117 661 5.6 ‘89-93 110 616 5.6 ‘92-96 92 585 6.4 ‘97-01 112 581 5.1 ‘99-04 79 563 7.1 ‘04-08 119 547 4.6 ‘04-06 57 536 9.4 ‘86-90 110 536 4.9 ‘02-07 120 531 4.4 ‘87-91 83 514 6.2

Season Class Season G Rebs Avg 1 Ann Meyers Fr ‘76-77 29 377 13.0 T2 Beverly Crusoe So ‘77-78 31 371 11.9 T2 Donna Burks Jr ‘82-83 30 371 12.4 4 Ann Meyers Sr ‘79-80 35 347 9.9 T5 Ann Meyers So ‘77-78 31 336 10.8 T5 Donna Burks Sr ‘83-84 31 336 10.8 7 Carol Lammers Sr ‘80-81 34 324 9.5 8 Beverly Crusoe Jr ‘78-79 36 307 8.5 9 Justine Raterman Fr ‘08-09 35 298 8.5 10 Cara Wright Sr ‘05-06 29 296 10.2 11 Tobette Pleasant Sr ‘88-89 28 278 8.3 12 Joy Barnett So ‘75-76 22 276 12.5 13 Nikki Oakland Sr. ‘07-08 34 270 8.0 T14 Carol Lammers Jr ‘79-80 38 268 7.1 T14 Beverly Crusoe Sr ‘79-80 38 268 7.1 16 Carol Lammers So ‘78-79 36 263 7.3 17 Donna Burks So ‘81-82 27 254 9.4 18 Theresa Yingling So ‘83-84 31 247 8.0 Freshmen Only 1 Ann Meyers 2 Justine Raterman 3 Theresa Yingling 4 Carol Lammers 5 Julie Schaefer 6 Casey Nance 7 Sharon Curd 8 Kristin Daugherty 9 Cyndi Stull 10 Jenelle Ristau

Season ‘76-77 ‘08-09 ‘82-83 ‘77-78 ‘80-81 ‘08-09 ‘81-82 ‘07-08 ‘99-00 ‘96-97

G 29 35 29 31 34 35 27 34 26 27

Rebs 377 298 245 241 232 226 198 169 167 145

Avg 13.0 8.5 8.4 7.8 6.8 6.5 7.3 5.0 6.4 5.4

Game Opponent Date Reb 1 Janet Deters Bowling Green Feb 27, 1971 27 2 Cara Wright Cincinnati Dec 22, 2005 22 T3 Donna Burks Michigan Dec 21, 1983 21 T3 Donna Burks Marshall Jan 15, 1983 21 T3 Donna Burks Charleston (WV) Jan 28, 1983 21 T6 Donna Burks Purdue Nov 27, 1982 20 T6 Betty Burke Ohio Dominican Feb 2, 1974 20 T6 Cara Wright Detroit Dec 18, 2004 20 T9 Joy Barnett Cincinnati Mar 9, 1976 19 T9 Donna Burks Colorado State Jan 17, 1984 19 T11 Thelma Cromartie Kent State Feb 16, 1974 17 T11 Sharon Curd Butler Mar 2, 1983 17 T11 Donna Burks W. Kentucky Jan 25, 1984 17 T11 Theresa Yingling Evansville Feb 20, 1984 17 T11 Michele Kruty E. Kentucky Jan 6, 1988 17 Freshmen Only T1 Amber Peterink T1 Justine Raterman T1 Casey Nance T2 Justine Raterman T2 Casey Nance

Opponent Boise State Miami Miami Old Dominion Cincinnati

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Date Nov 21, 2003 Dec 10, 2008 Dec 10, 2008 Nov 16, 2008 Dec 3, 2008

COACHES

Reb 16 16 16 15 15

MOST OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Career Seasons 1 Cyndi Stull ‘99-04 2 Tobette Pleasant ‘86-89 3 Kendel Ross ‘06-10 4 Anette Melvin ‘86-90 5 Steph Smith ‘92-96 6 RaeLynn McIntosh ‘97-01 7 Brittany Holterman ‘04-08 8 Julie Arnold ‘89-93 9 Cara Wright ‘04-06 10 Anitra Perry ‘95-99 11 Nikki Oakland ‘04-08 12 Kaihra Goodman ‘87-91 13 Teri Gaerke ‘86-90 14 Jennifer Strong ‘02-07

G OReb 79 263 83 262 131 261 110 237 92 231 112 225 119 224 111 214 57 202 97 190 117 178 83 175 101 174 120 171

Avg 3.33 3.16 1.99 2.15 2.51 2.01 1.88 1.93 3.54 1.96 1.52 2.11 1.72 1.43

Season Class Season G OReb Avg 1 Cyndi Stull Jr ‘02-03 28 124 4.43 2 Cara Wright Sr ‘05-06 29 109 3.76 3 Cara Wright Jr ‘04-05 28 93 3.32 4 Tobette Pleasant Sr ‘88-89 27 91 3.37 5 Brittany Holterman Jr ‘06-07 31 89 2.87 6 Tobette Pleasant Jr ‘87-88 28 87 3.11 7 Anette Melvin Sr ‘89-90 28 85 3.04 8 Tobette Pleasant So ‘86-87 28 84 3.00 T9 Shannon Potee Sr ‘91-92 28 82 2.93 T9 Julie Arnold Sr ‘92-93 27 82 3.04 11 Justine Raterman Fr ‘08-09 35 79 2.25 Freshmen Only 1 Justine Raterman 2 Casey Nance 3 Cyndi Stull 4 Anette Melvin 5 Elle Queen 6 Kristin Daugherty 7 Alena Martens 8 Amy Kumle 9 Kendel Ross 10 Janette Jaques

Season ‘08-09 ‘08-09 ‘99-00 ‘86-87 ‘09-10 ‘07-08 ‘98-99 ‘93-94 ‘06-07 ‘96-97

G 35 35 26 28 33 34 28 27 30 27

OReb 79 75 71 62 58 57 53 49 49 46

Avg 2.25 2.14 2.73 2.21 1.76 1.67 1.89 1.81 1.63 1.70

HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE Career Seasons G Rebs Avg 1 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 126 1293 10.3 2 Donna Burks ‘80-84 107 1050 9.8 3 Cara Wright ‘04-06 57 536 9.4 4 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 105 946 9.0 5 Carol Lammers ‘77-81 139 1096 7.9 6 Theresa Yingling ‘82-86 116 898 7.7 7 Justine Raterman ‘08-10 68 489 7.2 T8 Cyndi Stull ‘99-04 79 563 7.1 T8 Tobette Pleasant ‘85-89 110 785 7.1 10 Cheryl Dickerson ‘84-86 56 393 7.0 11 Michele Kruty ‘84-88 107 740 6.9

Season Class 1 Ann Meyers Fr 2 Joy Barnett So 3 Donna Burks Jr 4 Beverly Crusoe So 5 Thelma Cromartie Sr T6 Ann Meyers So T6 Donna Burks Sr 8 Cara Wright Sr T9 Ann Meyers Sr T9 Tobette Pleasant Sr 11 Carol Lammers Sr 12 Donna Burks So 13 Betty Burke So T14 Cheryl Dickerson Sr T14 Julie Arnold Sr

Season ‘76-77 ‘75-76 ‘82-83 ‘77-78 ‘73-74 ‘77-78 ‘83-84 ‘05-06 ‘79-80 ‘88-89 ‘80-81 ‘81-82 ‘73-74 ‘85-86 ‘92-93

G Rebs Avg 29 377 13.0 22 276 12.5 30 371 12.4 31 371 11.9 20 221 11.1 31 336 10.8 31 336 10.8 29 296 10.2 35 346 9.9 28 278 9.9 34 324 9.5 27 254 9.4 20 178 8.9 28 244 8.7 27 234 8.7

Freshmen Only Season G Rebs Avg 1 Ann Meyers ‘76-77 29 377 13.0 2 Justine Raterman ‘08-09 35 298 8.5 3 Theresa Yingling ‘82-83 29 245 8.4 4 Carol Lammers ‘77-78 31 241 7.8 5 Sharon Curd ‘81-82 27 198 7.3 6 Julie Schaefer ‘80-81 34 232 6.8 7 Casey Nance ‘08-09 35 226 6.5 8 Cyndi Stull ‘99-00 26 167 6.4 9 Jenelle Ristau ‘95-96 27 145 5.4

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Carol Lammers is one of three Flyers with 1,000 career rebounds.She is also second on UD’s all-time scoring list.

Yearly Leaders 1975-76 Joy Barnett 1976-77 Ann Meyers 1977-78 Ann Meyers 1978-79 Beverly Crusoe 1979-80 Ann Meyers 1980-81 Carol Lammers 1981-82 Donna Burks 1982-83 Donna Burks 1983-84 Donna Burks 1984-85 Theresa Yingling 1985-86 Cheryl Dickerson 1986-87 Tobette Pleasant 1987-88 Tobette Pleasant 1988-89 Tobette Pleasant 1989-90 Kaihra Goodman 1990-91 Kaihra Goodman 1991-92 Shannon Potee 1992-93 Julie Arnold 1993-94 Steph Smith 1994-95 Steph Smith 1995-96 Steph Smith 1996-97 Jenelle Ristau 1997-98 Keeoma Wardford 1998-99 RaeLynn McIntosh 1999-00 RaeLynn McIntosh 2000-01 RaeLynn McIntosh 2001-02 Heather Haselman 2002-03 Cyndi Stull 2003-04 Angela Cape 2004-05 Cara Wright 2005-06 Cara Wright 2006-07 Nikki Oakland 2007-08 Nikki Oakland 2008-09 Justine Raterman 2009-10 Casey Nance

HISTORY

Class So Fr So Jr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Jr Sr So Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Fr Sr So Jr Sr Jr Jr So Jr Sr Jr Sr Fr So

THE UNIVERSITY

G 22 29 31 36 35 34 27 30 31 28 28 28 28 28 28 24 28 27 27 26 23 27 26 28 30 29 28 28 28 28 29 30 34 35 33

Reb 276 377 336 307 347 324 254 371 336 222 244 206 231 278 205 159 218 234 188 182 166 145 159 178 175 137 212 226 194 240 296 202 270 298 203

Avg 12.5 13.0 10.8 8.5 9.9 9.5 9.4 12.4 10.8 7.9 8.7 7.4 8.3 9.9 7.3 6.6 7.8 8.7 7.0 7.0 7.2 5.4 6.1 6.4 5.8 4.7 7.6 8.1 6.9 8.6 10.2 6.7 7.9 8.5 6.2

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ASSIST LEADERS > MOST ASSISTS Career Seasons G Asts Avg 1 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-81 126 593 4.71 2 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 119 496 4.17 3 Cindy Frericks ‘86-90 111 450 4.05 4 Pam Palmer ‘80-84 110 443 4.03 5 Leah Abla ‘81-85 110 441 4.01 6 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 110 374 3.40 7 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 105 358 3.41 8 Karah Cloxton ‘04-08 110 335 3.04 9 Sue Youngpeter ‘79-83 123 330 2.68 10 Christi Hester ‘96-00 98 322 3.23 11 Renee Miller ‘93-97 107 295 2.76 12 Pam Rasey ‘86-90 111 271 2.44 13 Shannon McFadden ‘98-02 107 269 2.51 14 Patrice Lalor ‘08-10 67 253 3.78 T15 Anette Melvin ‘86-90 110 231 2.10 T15 Janice Roberts ‘91-95 107 231 2.17 T17 Lisa Green ‘88-92 103 227 2.20 T17 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 107 227 2.12 Season 1 Tammy Stritenberger 2 Pam Palmer T3 Stefanie Miller T3 Tammy Stritenberger 5 Leah Abla 6 Beverly Crusoe 7 Karah Cloxton 8 Shari Sauder T9 Cindy Frericks T9 Patrice Lalor

Class Season Sr ‘80-81 Sr ‘83-84 Sr ‘03-04 So ‘78-79 Jr ‘83-84 Sr ‘79-80 Sr. ‘07-08 So ‘90-91 Sr ‘89-90 So ‘09-10

Freshmen Only 1 Patrice Lalor 2 Tammy Stritenberger T3 Christi Hester T3 Shannon McFadden 4 Stefanie Miller 5 Leah Abla

Season ‘08-09 ‘77-78 ‘96-97 ‘98-99 ‘99-00 ‘81-82

G 34 31 28 36 31 38 34 29 28 32

G 35 31 27 28 29 26

Asts 208 179 177 177 166 164 148 140 134 134

Asts 119 105 88 88 74 73

Avg 6.12 5.77 6.32 4.92 5.35 4.32 4.35 4.83 4.79 4.19 Avg 3.40 3.39 3.26 3.14 2.55 2.81

Game T1 Stefanie Miller T1 Pam Palmer T3 Karah Cloxton T3 Tammy Stritenberger T3 Leah Abla

Opponent Boise State Ohio State Charlotte South Carolina St Xavier

Date Ast Nov 21, 2003 14 Jan 3, 1982 14 Feb 3, 2006 13 Mar 23, 1979 13 Feb 28, 1985 13

Half 1 Stefanie Miller T2 Kathy Guin T2 Karah Cloxton

Opponent Boise State Duquesne Charlotte

Date Nov 21, 2003 Jan 28, 2007 Feb 3, 2006

BEST ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO Career (min 200 ast) Seasons 1 Karah Cloxton ‘04-08 2 Patrice Lalor ‘08-10 3 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-81 4 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 5 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 6 Shannon McFadden ‘98-02 7 Sue Youngpeter ‘79-83 8 Christi Hester ‘96-00 9 Pam Palmer ‘80-84 10 Pam Rasey ‘86-90

Ast 335 253 593 496 374 269 330 322 443 271

Season (min 75 ast) Class Season 1 Karah Cloxton Sr ‘07-08 2 Christi Hester Sr ‘99-00 3 Patrice Lalor So. ‘09-10 4 Renee Miller Sr ‘96-97 5 Shannon McFadden Sr ‘01-02 T6 Shari Sauder Jr ‘91-92 T6 Chrissy Donovan Jr ‘01-02 8 Tammy Stritenberger Sr ‘80-81 9 Pam Palmer Sr ‘83-84 10 Sue Youngpeter So ‘80-81 11 Karah Cloxton Jr ‘06-07 UD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Ast 148 120 134 102 85 107 107 208 179 113 89

TO 219 167 454 401 311 228 282 278 397 245

Ast 61 119 74 67 67 105 88

TO 44 96 71 69 69 108 97

Ratio 1.39 1.23 1.04 0.97 0.97 0.97 0.91

HIGHEST ASSIST AVERAGE Career Seasons G Asts Avg 1 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-81 126 593 4.71 2 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 119 496 4.17 3 Cindy Frericks ‘86-90 111 450 4.05 4 Pam Palmer ‘80-84 110 443 4.03 5 Leah Abla ‘81-85 110 441 4.01 6 Patrice Lalor ‘08-10 67 253 3.78 7 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 105 358 3.41 8 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 110 374 3.40 9 Christi Hester ‘96-00 98 322 3.23 10 Terri Ramsey ‘04-06 57 177 3.11 Season 1 Stefanie Miller 2 Tammy Stritenberger 3 Stefanie Miller 4 Pam Palmer 5 Leah Abla 6 Tammy Stritenberger 7 Shari Sauder 8 Cindy Frericks 9 Cindy Frericks 10 Stefanie Miller Freshmen Only 1 Patrice Lalor 2 Tammy Stritenberger 3 Christi Hester 4 Shannon McFadden 5 Leah Abla 6 Stefanie Miller

Class Season G Asts Avg Sr ‘03-04 28 177 6.32 Sr ‘80-81 34 208 6.12 Sr ‘03-04 20 119 5.95 Sr ‘83-84 31 179 5.77 Jr ‘83-84 31 166 5.35 So ‘78-79 36 177 4.92 So ‘90-91 29 140 4.83 Sr ‘89-90 28 134 4.79 Jr ‘88-89 27 127 4.70 So ‘00-01 29 131 4.52 Season ‘08-09 ‘77-78 ‘96-97 ‘98-99 ‘81-82 ‘99-00

G 35 31 27 28 26 29

Asts 119 105 88 88 73 74

Avg 3.40 3.39 3.26 3.14 2.81 2.55

Yearly Leaders 1977-78 Tammy Stritenberger 1978-79 Tammy Stritenberger 1979-80 Beverly Crusoe 1980-81 Tammy Stritenberger 1981-82 Sue Youngpeter 1982-83 Pam Palmer 1983-84 Pam Palmer 1984-85 Mary Byers 1985-86 Mary Byers 1986-87 Anette Melvin Pam Rasey 1987-88 Cindy Frericks 1988-89 Cindy Frericks 1989-90 Cindy Frericks 1990-91 Shari Sauder 1991-92 Shari Sauder 1992-93 Shari Sauder 1993-94 Janice Roberts 1994-95 Renee Miller 1995-96 Renee Miller 1996-97 Renee Miller 1997-98 Christi Hester 1998-99 Shannon McFadden 1999-00 Christi Hester 2000-01 Stefanie Miller 2001-02 Chrissy Donovan 2002-03 Stefanie Miller 2003-04 Stefanie Miller 2004-05 Terri Ramsey 2005-06 Terri Ramsey 2006-07 Kathy Guin 2007-08 Karah Cloxton 2008-09 Patrice Lalor 2009-10 Patrice Lalor

Class Fr So Sr Sr Jr Jr Sr Jr Sr Fr Fr So Jr Sr So Jr Sr Jr So Jr Sr So Fr Sr So Jr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Fr So

G 31 36 38 34 24 30 31 28 28 28 28 28 27 28 29 25 28 27 27 27 27 27 28 30 29 28 27 28 28 29 31 34 35 32

Asts 105 177 164 208 100 117 179 107 119 67 67 124 127 134 140 107 96 75 91 82 102 86 88 120 131 107 94 177 81 96 96 148 119 134

Avg 3.39 4.92 4.32 6.12 4.17 3.90 5.77 3.82 4.25 2.39 2.39 4.43 4.70 4.79 4.83 4.28 3.43 2.78 3.37 3.04 3.78 3.12 3.14 4.00 4.52 3.82 3.48 6.32 2.89 3.31 3.10 4.35 3.40 4.19

Ast 9 8 8

Ratio 1.52 1.51 1.31 1.24 1.20 1.18 1.17 1.16 1.14 1.11

TO Ratio 74 2.00 57 2.11 71 1.89 54 1.88 49 1.73 64 1.67 64 1.67 130 1.60 119 1.50 77 1.47 61 1.46

COACHES

Freshmen Only (min 60 ast) Seasons 1 Rhonda Klette ‘82-83 2 Patrice Lalor ‘08-09 3 Stefanie Miller ‘99-00 T4 Anette Melvin ‘86-87 T4 Pam Rasey ‘86-87 T4 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-78 6 Shannon McFadden ‘98-99

Tammy Stritenberger still owns the top assist mark at UD with 593 in 126 games played. Stefanie Miller pulled into second place, but was still 97 assists short. Miller made a serious charge at Stritenberger’s all-time career assist-to-turnover ratio record, but finished .07 behind.

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FIELD GOAL LEADERS > MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Career Seasons FG Att Pct 1 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 1051 1842 .571 2 Carol Lammers ‘77-81 898 1656 .542 3 Donna Burks ‘80-84 769 1329 .579 4 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 710 1548 .459 5 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-81 619 1456 .425 6 Theresa Yingling ‘82-86 613 1184 .518 7 Sandy Johnson ‘73-77 598 1520 .393 8 Michele Kruty ‘84-88 567 1324 .428 9 Tobette Pleasant ‘85-89 526 1072 .491 10 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 464 1190 .390

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Career Seasons FG Att Pct 1 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 1051 1842 .571 2 Carol Lammers ‘77-81 898 1656 .542 3 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 710 1548 .459 4 Sandy Johnson ‘73-77 598 1520 .393 5 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-81 619 1456 .425 6 Donna Burks ‘80-84 769 1329 .579 7 Michele Kruty ‘84-88 567 1324 .428 8 Jennifer Strong ‘02-07 446 1228 .363 9 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 464 1190 .390 10 Theresa Yingling ‘82-86 613 1184 .518

BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY Career (min. 225 fgm) Seasons 1 Donna Burks ‘80-84 2 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 3 Steph Smith ‘92-96 4 Carol Lammers ‘77-81 5 Anitra Perry ‘95-99 6 Cara Wright ‘04-06 7 Theresa Yingling ‘82-86 8 Lisa Green ‘88-92 T9 Mary McDonald ‘77-81 T9 Brittany Holterman ‘04-08

Season 1 Ann Meyers 2 Donna Burks 3 Beverly Crusoe 4 Carol Lammers 5 Donna Burks 6 Carol Lammers 7 Ann Meyers T8 Ann Meyers T8 Ann Meyers 10 Beverly Crusoe

Season Class Season FG Att Pct 1 Beverly Crusoe Sr ‘79-80 286 610 .469 2 Beverly Crusoe Jr ‘78-79 243 549 .443 3 Ann Meyers Sr ‘79-80 309 486 .636 4 Donna Burks Sr ‘83-84 287 485 .592 5 Carol Lammers Sr ‘80-81 277 479 .578 6 Carol Lammers Jr ‘79-80 266 473 .562 7 Ann Meyers Fr ‘76-77 246 469 .524 8 Tammy Stritenberger Sr ‘80-81 189 464 .407 9 Donna Burks Jr ‘82-83 274 463 .592 10 Ann Meyers So ‘77-78 246 449 .547

Season (min. 100 fgm) Class 1 Ann Meyers Sr T2 Donna Burks Sr T2 Donna Burks Jr 4 Anitra Perry Jr 5 Steph Smith Jr 6 Carol Lammers Sr 7 Ann Meyers Jr 8 Karen Mays Fr 9 Donna Burks So

Class Season Sr ‘79-80 Sr ‘83-84 Sr ‘79-80 Sr ‘80-81 Jr ‘82-83 Jr ‘79-80 Jr ‘78-79 Fr ‘76-77 So ‘77-78 Jr ‘78-79

Freshmen Only 1 Ann Meyers 2 Justine Raterman 3 Carol Lammers 4 Theresa Yingling 5 Christi Hester Game T 1 Donna Burks T1 Donna Burks T3 Michele Kruty T4 Ann Meyers T4 Ann Meyers

Season ‘76-77 ‘08-09 ‘77-78 ‘82-83 ‘96-97

Opponent Michigan Cleveland State Cleveland State Salisbury State Charleston

FG 309 287 286 277 274 266 250 246 246 243

Att 486 485 610 479 463 473 438 469 449 549

Pct .636 .592 .469 .578 .592 .562 .575 .524 .547 .443

FG 246 167 164 160 135

Att 469 364 306 295 301

Pct .524 .459 .535 .542 .449

Date FG Dec 21, 1982 18 Jan 17, 1984 18 Feb 7, 1987 17 Mar 23, 1977 15 1980 15

Freshmen Only 1 Ann Meyers 2 Justine Raterman 3 Kristin Daugherty 4 Carol Lammers 5 Christi Hester

Season ‘76-77 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘77-78 ‘96-97

FG 246 167 118 164 135

Att 469 364 322 306 301

Pct .524 .459 .366 .535 .449

Game Opponent Date Att 1 Pat Doubet Ohio State Feb 8, 1969 35 2 Michele Kruty Cleveland State Feb 7, 1987 29 3 Donna Burks Michigan Dec 21, 1982 27 4 Ann Meyers Marshall Feb 4, 1980 26 T4 Beverly Crusoe Cal Poly Mar 18, 1980 26

Consecutive Opponents Season FG T 1 Ann Meyers Defiance & Mt.St.Joseph’s 1978-79 11 T1 Rhonda Klette Evansville & Xavier 1984-85 11 Single-Game: 10, Kristy Hineline (Duquesne, Feb 7, 2001) The Flyers all-time leader in field goal percentage, Donna Burks made 57.9 percent of her shots and posted a .592 FG% in each of her final two seasons.

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Freshmen Only(min. 50 fgm) 1 Karen Mays 2 Mary McDonald 3 Kathy O’Brien 4 Theresa Yingling 5 Carol Lammers Game (min. 6 fgm) T1 Carol Lammers T1 Mary McDonald T1 Sharon Curd T1 Lisa Green T1 Elle Queen

Season ‘79-80 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘97-98 ‘94-95 ‘80-81 ‘78-79 ‘76-77 ‘81-82 Season ‘76-77 ‘77-78 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘77-78

Opponent Ohio Northern Marshall Evansville Detroit Chicago State

Yearly Leaders(min 50 fgm) 1976-77 Karen Mays 1977-78 Ann Meyers 1978-79 Ann Meyers 1979-80 Ann Meyers 1980-81 Carol Lammers 1981-82 Donna Burks 1982-83 Donna Burks 1983-84 Donna Burks 1984-85 Theresa Yingling 1985-86 Theresa Yingling 1986-87 Tobette Pleasant 1987-88 Tobette Pleasant 1988-89 Pam Rasey 1989-90 Lisa Green 1990-91 Lisa Green 1991-92 Lisa Green 1992-93 Julie Arnold 1993-94 Steph Smith 1994-95 Steph Smith 1995-96 Steph Smith 1996-97 Christi Hester 1997-98 Anitra Perry 1998-99 Helena Safarikova 1999-00 Alena Martens 2000-01 Cyndi Stull 2001-02 Heather Haselman 2002-03 Cyndi Stull 2003-04 Angela Cape 2004-05 Cara Wright 2005-06 Cara Wright 2006-07 Nikki Oakland 2007-08 Brittany Holterman 2008-09 Justine Raterman 2009-10 Justine Raterman

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FG 769 1051 269 898 237 330 613 393 279 326

Class Frosh Soph Junior Senior Senior Soph Junior Senior Junior Senior Soph Junior Junior Soph Junior Senior Senior Soph Junior Senior Frosh Junior Junior Soph Soph Junior Junior Soph Junior Senior Junior Senior Frosh Soph

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Att 1329 1842 482 1656 442 628 1184 781 564 659

Pct .579 .571 .558 .542 .536 .525 .518 .503 .495 .495

FG 309 287 274 108 102 277 250 172 175

Att 486 485 463 186 176 479 438 299 311

Pct .636 .592 .592 .581 .580 .578 .575 .575 .563

FG 172 89 58 160 164

Att 299 158 104 295 306

Pct .575 .563 .558 .542 .535

Date FG/Att Feb 13, 1978 6/6 Jan 10, 1981 6/6 Feb 23, 1985 6/6 Feb 23, 1991 6/6 Nov 28, 2009 6/6 FG 172 246 250 309 277 175 274 287 144 147 114 188 117 81 153 118 176 71 102 111 135 108 60 117 71 93 121 83 146 184 137 131 167 160

Att 299 449 438 486 479 311 463 485 294 271 220 355 256 168 300 222 325 126 176 198 301 186 116 229 125 194 254 182 274 354 276 245 364 301

Pct .575 .547 .575 .636 .578 .563 .592 .592 .489 .543 .518 .530 .457 .482 .510 .532 .542 .563 .580 .561 .449 .581 .517 .511 .568 .479 .476 .456 .533 .520 .496 .535 .459 .532

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FREE THROW LEADERS > MOST FREE THROWS MADE Career Seasons FT Att Pct 1 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 570 704 .810 2 Carol Lammers ‘77-81 355 495 .717 3 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 347 440 .789 4 Donna Burks ‘80-84 312 519 .601 5 Christi Hester ‘96-00 300 448 .669 6 Steph Mathu ‘93-97 257 328 .784 7 Tobette Pleasant ‘85-89 255 415 .614 8 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 207 318 .651 T9 Cindy Frericks ‘86-90 205 312 .657 T9 Leah Abla ‘81-85 205 285 .719 Season 1 Ann Meyers 2 Ann Meyers 3 Donna Burks 4 Christi Hester 5 Natalie Hill 6 Carol Lammers T7 Ann Meyers T7 Ann Meyers 9 Cara Wright 10 Christi Hester Freshmen Only 1 Ann Meyers 2 Christi Hester 3 Natalie Hill 4 Justine Raterman 5 Julie Schaefer Game 1 Carol Lammers

Class Season Sr ‘79-80 So ‘77-78 Jr ‘82-83 Sr ‘99-00 Sr ‘93-94 Sr ‘80-81 Fr ‘76-77 Jr ‘78-79 Sr ‘05-06 Fr ‘96-97

FT 196 168 115 114 111 110 103 103 101 98

Att 231 198 183 144 148 138 142 133 151 164

Pct .848 .848 .628 .792 .750 .797 .725 .774 .669 .598

Season FT Att Pct ‘76-77 103 142 .848 ‘96-97 98 164 .598 ‘90-91 82 116 .695 ‘08-09 78 105 .743 ‘80-81 76 104 .731 Opponent Date FT Miami Jan 11, 1978 14

Consecutive Opponents Season FT 1 Kara Johnson 5-game span 1994-95 39 Single-Game: 13, Jenelle Ristau (vs. Temple, Feb 2, 1997) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Career Seasons FT Att Pct 1 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 570 704 .810 2 Donna Burks ‘80-84 312 519 .601 3 Carol Lammers ‘77-81 355 495 .717 4 Christi Hester ‘96-00 300 448 .669 5 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 347 440 .789 6 Tobette Pleasant ‘85-89 255 415 .614 7 Steph Mathu ‘93-97 257 328 .784 8 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 207 318 .651 9 Michele Kruty ‘84-88 203 315 .644 10 Cindy Frericks ‘86-90 205 312 .657 Season Class Season FT 1 Ann Meyers Sr ‘79-80 196 2 Ann Meyers So ‘77-78 168 3 Donna Burks Jr ‘82-83 115 4 Donna Burks Sr ‘83-84 95 5 Christi Hester Fr ‘96-97 98 6 Cara Wright Sr ‘05-06 101 7 Natalie Hill Sr ‘93-94 111 8 Christi Hester Sr ‘99-00 114 9 Ann Meyers Fr ‘76-77 103 10 Carol Lammers Jr ‘79-80 88

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Att 231 198 183 170 164 151 148 144 142 140

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Pct .848 .848 .628 .559 .598 .669 .750 .792 .725 .632

Freshmen Only 1 Christi Hester 2 Ann Meyers 3 Natalie Hill 4 Justine Raterman 5 Julie Schaefer Game 1 Christi Hester T2 Carol Lammers T2 Donna Burks 4 Nikki Oakland

Season ‘96-97 ‘76-77 ‘90-91 ‘08-09 ‘80-81 Opponent Virginia Tech Miami North Dakota St Clemson

BEST FREE THROW ACCURACY Career (min. 100 ftm) Seasons 1 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 2 Rhonda Klette ‘82-86 3 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 4 Emily Williams ‘01-04 5 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-81 6 Steph Mathu ‘93-97 7 Justine Raterman ‘08-10 8 Kendel Ross ‘06-10 9 Chrissy Donovan ‘99-03 10 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 Season (min. 60 ftm) 1 Rhonda Klette 2 Stefanie Miller 3 Ann Meyers 4 Steph Mathu 5 Justine Raterman 6 Kizzy Dawson 7 Natalie Hill 8 Chrissy Donovan 9 Carol Lammers 10 Jenelle Ristau

Pct .598 .732 .695 .743 .731

Date Jan 18, 1997 Jan 11, 1978 Dec 29, 1983 Dec 19, 2006

Att 19 16 16 15

Att 224 143 704 127 180 328 189 211 245 456

Pct .897 .881 .810 .795 .789 .784 .778 .768 .767 .761

Class Season FT Jr ‘84-85 60 So ‘00-01 69 Sr ‘79-80 196 Jr ‘95-96 71 So ‘09-10 69 Sr ‘98-99 70 So ‘91-92 88 Sr ‘02-03 63 Sr ‘80-81 110 Jr ‘97-98 70

Att 66 76 231 84 84 87 110 79 138 88

Pct .909 .908 .848 .845 .821 .805 .800 .797 .797 .795

Att 68 80 67 68 50 105

Pct .794 .788 .776 .765 .760 .743

Date Jan 24, 1981 Jan 31, 2003 Jan 19, 2006

M/Att 12/12 10/10 9/9

Season ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘08-09 ‘08-09

Opponent Northwestern Fordham Xavier

Yearly Leaders (min 50 fgm) 1976-77 Ann Meyers 1977-78 Ann Meyers 1978-79 Ann Meyers 1979-80 Ann Meyers 1980-81 Carol Lammers 1981-82 Sharon Curd 1982-83 Donna Burks 1983-84 Leah Abla 1984-85 Rhonda Klette 1985-86 Mary Byers 1986-87 Michele Kruty 1987-88 Tobette Pleasant

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Att 164 142 118 105 104

FT 201 126 570 101 142 257 147 162 188 347

Freshmen Only(min. 50 ftm) 1 Jenelle Ristau 2 Kara Johnson 3 Kayla Moses 4 Kristin Daugherty 5 De’Sarae Chambers 6 Justine Raterman Game (min. 4 ftm) 1 Carol Lammers 2 Stefanie Miller 3 Cara Wright

FT 98 103 82 78 76

FT 54 63 52 52 38 78

Class FG Att Pct Frosh 103 142 .725 Soph 168 198 .848 Junior 103 133 .774 Senior 196 231 .848 Senior 110 138 .797 Frosh 54 86 .628 Junior 115 183 .628 Junior 97 125 .776 Junior 60 66 .909 Senior 43 52 .827 Junior 57 84 .676 Junior 85 124 .685

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Rhonda Klette missed just six of 66 free throws her junior season and is second all-time in free-throw percentage at UD. Yearly Leaders (min 50 fgm) 1988-89 Tobette Pleasant 1989-90 Cindy Frericks 1990-91 Natalie Hill 1991-92 Natalie Hill 1992-93 Jennifer Meineke 1993-94 Natalie Hill 1994-95 Kara Johnson 1995-96 Steph Mathu 1996-97 Jenelle Ristau 1997-98 Jenelle Ristau 1998-99 Kizzy Dawson 1999-00 Christi Hester 2000-01 Stefanie Miller 2001-02 Heather Haselman 2002-03 Stefanie Miller 2003-04 Stefanie Miller 2004-05 Emily Williams 2005-06 Jennifer Strong 2006-07 Nikki Oakland 2007-08 Karah Cloxton 2008-09 Kendel Ross 2009-10 Justine Raterman

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Class Senior Senior Frosh Soph Senior Senior Frosh Junior Frosh Soph Senior Senior Soph Junior Junior Senior Senior Junior Junior Senior Junior Soph

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FG 68 83 82 88 95 111 63 71 54 70 70 114 69 59 52 41 56 54 70 56 57 69

Att 111 109 118 110 130 148 80 84 68 88 87 144 76 71 57 48 69 67 107 73 70 84

Pct .613 .761 .684 .800 .731 .750 .788 .845 .794 .795 .805 .792 .908 .831 .912 .854 .812 .806 .654 .767 .814 .821

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THREE-POINT LEADERS > MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE Career Seasons 3Pt Att Pct 1 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 221 581 .380 2 Steph Mathu ‘93-97 175 531 .330 3 Kiki Lund ‘04-08 154 393 .392 4 Chrissy Donovan ‘99-03 136 392 .347 5 Jennifer Strong ‘02-07 134 451 .297 6 Kendel Ross ‘06-10 113 348 .325 7 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 99 286 .346 8 Kristin Daugherty ‘07-10 98 330 .297 9 Emily Williams ‘01-05 96 320 .300 10 Sarah Allen ‘01-03 93 266 .349 11 Justine Raterman ‘08-10 84 222 .378 Season Class Season 3Pt 1 Kiki Lund Sr ‘07-08 70 2 Stefanie Miller Sr ‘03-04 69 3 Stefanie Miller Jr ‘02-03 62 4 Steph Mathu Sr ‘96-97 60 5 Steph Mathu So ‘94-95 53 6 Sarah Allen Jr ‘01-02 52 T7 Chrissy Donovan So ‘01-02 47 T7 Justine Raterman Fr ‘08-09 47 8 Kiki Lund So ‘05-06 44 T9 Steph Mathu Jr ‘95-96 43 T9 Jennifer Strong Sr ‘06-07 43 10 Natalie Hill Sr ‘93-94 42 T11 Kristin Daugherty So ‘08-09 41 T11 Sarah Allen Sr ‘02-03 41 T11 Chrissy Donovan Jr ‘00-01 41

Att 163 208 148 177 154 137 117 119 105 139 160 119 138 129 131

Pct .429 .332 .419 .339 .344 .380 .402 .395 .419 .309 .269 .353 .297 .318 .313

Freshmen Only 1 Justine Raterman 2 Stefanie Miller 3 Kizzy Dawson T4 Sarah Schloss T4 Kristin Daugherty T4 De’Sarae Chambers 7 Jenelle Ristau 8 Steph Mathu 9 Emily Williams

Att 119 77 74 80 92 99 86 65 64

Pct .395 .481 .392 .338 .293 .273 .291 .369 .359

Season ‘08-09 ‘99-00 ‘95-96 ‘98-99 ‘07-08 ‘08-09 ‘95-96 ‘93-94 ‘01-02

3Pt 47 37 29 27 27 27 25 24 23

Game T 1 Stefanie Miller T1 Stefanie Miller T1 Steph Mathu 4 Six with six

Opponent Date 3Pt Xavier Jan 30, 2004 7 Massachusetts Jan 11, 2004 7 Saint Louis Jan 9, 1995 7

MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED Career Seasons 3Pt Att Pct 1 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 221 581 .380 2 Steph Mathu ‘93-97 175 531 .330 3 Jennifer Strong ‘02-07 134 451 .297 4 Kiki Lund ‘04-08 154 393 .392 5 Chrissy Donovan ‘99-03 136 392 .347 6 Kendel Ross ‘06-10 113 348 .325 7 Kristin Daugherty ‘07-10 98 330 .297 8 Emily Williams ‘01-05 96 320 .300 9 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 99 286 .346 10 Sarah Allen ‘01-03 93 266 .349 11 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 75 245 .306 12 Sarah Schloss ‘98-03 73 240 .304 Season Class Season 3Pt Att Pct 1 Stefanie Miller Sr ‘03-04 69 208 .332 2 Steph Mathu Sr ‘96-97 60 177 .339 3 Kiki Lund Sr ‘04-08 70 163 .429 4 Jennifer Strong Sr ‘06-07 43 160 .269 5 Steph Mathu So ‘94-95 53 154 .344 6 Stefanie Miller Jr ‘02-03 62 148 .419 7 Stefanie Miller Sr ‘03-04 55 146 .377 8 Steph Mathu Jr ‘95-96 43 139 .309 9 Kristin Daugherty So ‘08-09 48 138 .297 10 Sarah Allen Jr ‘01-02 52 137 .380 11 Chrissy Donovan Jr ‘01-02 41 131 .313 12 Sarah Allen Sr ‘02-03 41 129 .318 13 Jennifer Strong Jr ‘05-06 41 120 .342 Freshmen Only 1 Justine Raterman 2 De’Sarae Chambers 3 Kristin Daugherty 4 Jennifer Strong 5 Jenelle Ristau

Season ‘08-09 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘03-04 ‘95-96

3Pt 47 27 27 21 25

Att 119 99 92 88 86

Pct .395 .273 .293 .239 .291

Game 1 Stefanie Miller 2 Stefanie Miller 3 Seven with 11

Opponent Date Att Massachusetts Jan 11, 2004 16 Geo. Washington Feb 15, 2004 12

BEST THREE-POINT ACCURACY Career (min. 50 3pm) Seasons 3Pt Att Pct 1 Kiki Lund ‘04-08 154 393 .392 2 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 221 581 .380 3 Justine Raterman ‘08-10 84 222 .378 4 Christi Hester ‘96-00 76 205 .370 T5 Sarah Allen ‘01-03 93 266 .349 T5 Kizzy Dawson ‘95-99 60 172 .349 7 Chrissy Donovan ‘99-03 136 392 .347 8 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 99 286 .346 9 Jenelle Ristau ‘96-98 62 180 .344 10 Steph Mathu ‘93-97 175 531 .330 Season (min. 20 3pm) 1 Stefanie Miller 2 Kiki Lund T3 Christi Hester T3 Karah Cloxton T5 Kiki Lund T5 Stefanie Miller 7 Chrissy Donovan 8 Kizzy Dawson 9 Justine Raterman 10 Jenelle Ristau

Class Season 3Pt Att Pct Fr ‘99-00 37 77 .481 Sr ‘07-08 70 163 .429 Sr ‘99-00 24 57 .421 Sr ‘07-08 32 76 .421 So ‘05-06 44 105 .419 Jr ‘02-03 62 148 .419 So ‘00-01 47 117 .402 Fr ‘95-96 29 74 .392 Fr ‘08-09 47 119 .395 So ‘97-98 36 93 .387

Freshmen Only (min. 20 3pm) Season 1 Stefanie Miller ‘99-00 2 Justine Raterman ‘08-09 3 Kizzy Dawson ‘95-96 4 Steph Mathu ‘93-94 5 Emily Williams ‘01-02 Game (min. 4 3pm) T1 Kiki Lund T1 Victoria Jones 3 Four with five

Opponent Loyola-Chicago UTEP

Yearly Leaders 1987-88 Pam Rasey 1988-89 Eileen Stein 1989-90 Shari Sauder 1990-91 Shari Sauder 1991-92 Shari Sauder 1992-93 Shari Sauder 1993-94 Natalie Hill 1994-95 Steph Mathu 1995-96 Steph Mathu 1996-97 Steph Mathu 1997-98 Jenelle Ristau 1998-99 Sarah Schloss 1999-00 Stefanie Miller 2000-01 Chrissy Donovan 2001-02 Sarah Allen 2002-03 Stefanie Miller 2003-04 Stefanie Miller 2004-05 Emily Williams 2005-06 Kiki Lund 2006-07 Jennifer Strong 2007-08 Kiki Lund 2008-09 Justine Raterman 2009-10 Kendel Ross

Class Soph Soph Frosh Soph Junior Senior Senior Soph Junior Senior Soph Frosh Frosh Soph Junior Junior Senior Senior Soph Senior Senior Frosh Senior

3Pt 37 47 29 24 23

Att 77 119 74 65 64

Pct .481 .395 .392 .369 .359

Date Nov 22, 2005 Nov 25, 2000

3/A 6/6 6/6

3Pt 10 10 12 24 34 29 42 53 43 55 36 27 37 47 52 62 69 28 44 43 70 47 39

Att 24 28 38 73 90 85 119 154 139 173 93 80 77 117 137 148 208 102 105 160 163 119 102

Pct .417 .357 .316 .329 .378 .341 .353 .344 .360 .318 .387 .338 .481 .402 .380 .419 .332 .275 .419 .269 .429 .395 .382

Stefanie Miller tops UD’s charts in threes made in a career, in a season and in a game. No Flyer connected on a better percentage of her threes than Miller, who also leads in free-throw percentage. UD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

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DEFENSIVE LEADERS > MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Career 1 Michele Kruty 2 Nikki Oakland 3 Casey Nance 4 Kathy O’ Brien 5 Theresa Yingling 6 Kelly Keil 7 Kendel Ross 8 Steph Smith 9 Cara Wright 10 Tobette Pleasant

Seasons G Blks Avg ‘84-88 107 222 2.07 ‘04-08 117 148 1.26 ‘08-10 68 129 1.90 ‘83-87 103 108 1.05 ‘82-86 116 99 0.85 ‘06-08 59 94 1.59 ‘06-10 131 91 0.69 ‘92-96 92 86 0.93 ‘04-06 57 71 1.25 ‘85-89 110 59 0.54

Season Class Season 1 Michele Kruty Sr ‘87-88 2 Michele Kruty Jr ‘86-87 3 Kelly Keil So ‘07-08 4 Casey Nance Fr ‘08-09 5 Casey Nance So ‘09-10 6 Nikki Oakland Jr ‘06-07 T7 Cara Wright Sr ‘05-06 T7 Kathy O’Brien Sr ‘86-87 T7 Nikki Oakland Sr ‘07-08 10 Michele Kruty So ‘85-86 11 Kathy O’Brien Jr ‘85-86 12 Nikki Oakland So ‘05-06 13 Kendel Ross Sr ‘09-10 T14 Steph Smith Jr ‘94-95 T14 Theresa Yingling Jr ‘84-85 T16 Shannon Potee Sr ‘91-92 T16 Steph Smith So ‘93-94

G Blks 25 85 28 78 32 66 35 65 33 64 30 49 29 47 28 44 34 44 28 42 28 40 27 34 33 32 26 29 28 29 28 28 27 28

Avg 3.40 2.78 2.10 1.86 1.94 1.63 1.62 1.57 1.30 1.50 1.43 1.26 0.97 1.12 1.04 1.00 1.04

Freshmen Only Season G Blks Avg 1 Casey Nance ‘08-09 35 65 1.90 2 Theresa Yingling ‘87-88 29 22 0.76 3 Kelly Keil ‘06-07 27 28 1.03 T4 Nikki Oakland ‘04-05 28 21 0.75 T4 Justine Raterman ‘08-09 35 21 0.60 5 Kristin Daugherty ‘07-08 34 19 0.55 Game 1 Michele Kruty 2 Michele Kruty 3 Cara Wright

Opponent Date Ball State Dec 5, 1987 Toledo Dec 2, 1986 La Salle Feb 2, 2006

Blks 10 8 7

HIGHEST BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE Career Seasons G Blks Avg 1 Michele Kruty ‘84-88 107 222 2.07 2 Casey Nance ‘08-09 68 129 1.90 3 Kelly Keil ‘06-08 59 94 1.60 4 Nikki Oakland ‘04-08 117 148 1.30 5 Cara Wright ‘04-06 57 71 1.25 6 Kathy O’Brien ‘83-87 103 108 1.05 7 Steph Smith ‘92-96 92 86 0.93 8 Theresa Yingling ‘82-86 116 99 0.85 9 Shannon Potee ‘90-92 57 41 0.72 10 Kaihra Goodman ‘87-91 83 54 0.65

Beverly Crusoe is UD’s all-time steal leader, racking up over 200 more than any other Flyer in just three seasons. She owns the top three single-season marks.

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Season 1 Michele Kruty 2 Michele Kruty 3 Kelly Keil 4 Casey Nance 5 Nikki Oakland 6 Cara Wright 7 Kathy O’Brien 8 Michele Kruty 9 Kathy O’Brien 10 Nikki Oakland

Class Season Sr ‘87-88 Jr ‘86-87 So ‘07-08 Fr ‘08-09 Jr ‘06-07 Sr ‘05-06 Sr ‘86-97 So ‘85-86 Jr ‘85-86 Sr ‘07-08

Freshmen Only 1 Casey Nance 2 Kelly Keil 3 Theresa Yingling 4 Nikki Oakland T5 Kristin Daugherty T5 Justine Raterman

Season ‘08-09 ‘06-07 ‘82-83 ‘04-05 ‘07-08 ‘08-09

Yearly Leaders 1980-81 Yvonne Anderson 1981-82 Debbie Wilson 1982-83 Theresa Yingling 1983-84 Theresa Yingling 1984-85 Theresa Yingling 1985-86 Michele Kruty 1986-87 Michele Kruty 1987-88 Michele Kruty 1988-89 Tobette Pleasant 1989-90 Kaihra Goodman 1990-91 Kaihra Goodman Julie Arnold 1991-92 Shannon Potee 1992-93 Julie Arnold 1993-94 Steph Smith 1994-95 Steph Smith 1995-96 Steph Smith 1996-97 Jenelle Ristau Janette Jaques 1997-98 Keeoma Wardford 1998-99 Helena Safarikova 1999-00 Christi Hester 2000-01 RaeLynn McIntosh 2001-02 Sarah Allen Kristy Hineline 2002-03 Sarah Allen 2003-04 Angela Cape 2004-05 Cara Wright 2005-06 Cara Wright 2006-07 Nikki Oakland 2007-08 Kelly Keil 2008-09 Casey Nance 2009-10 Casey Nance MOST STEALS Career 1 Beverly Crusoe 2 Tammy Stritenberger 3 Stefanie Miller T4 Carol Lammers T4 Ann Meyers T6 Cindy Frericks T6 Natalie Hill 8 Shari Sauder 9 Anette Melvin 10 Tobette Pleasant

Class Senior Senior Frosh Soph Junior Soph Junior Senior Senior Junior Senior Soph Senior Senior Soph Junior Senior Frosh Frosh Senior Junior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior Soph Junior Senior Junior Soph Frosh Soph

G Blks 25 85 28 78 32 66 35 65 30 49 29 47 28 44 28 42 28 40 34 44 G 35 27 29 28 34 35 G 32 27 29 31 28 28 28 25 27 28 24 29 28 27 27 26 23 27 27 26 28 30 29 21 28 28 28 28 29 30 32 35 33

Avg 3.40 2.78 2.10 1.90 1.63 1.62 1.57 1.50 1.43 1.30

Blks 65 28 22 21 19 21

Avg 1.90 1.03 0.76 0.75 0.60 0.60

Blks 21 14 22 28 29 42 78 85 19 17 16 16 28 14 28 29 23 10 10 17 21 12 15 10 10 10 12 24 47 49 66 65 64

Avg 0.66 0.52 0.75 0.90 1.04 1.50 2.78 3.40 0.70 0.61 0.67 0.55 1.00 0.52 1.04 1.12 1.00 0.37 0.37 0.65 0.75 0.40 0.52 0.48 0.36 0.36 0.43 0.86 1.62 1.63 2.10 1.90 1.97

Seasons G Stls Avg ‘77-80 105 468 4.46 ‘77-81 126 222 1.76 ‘99-04 119 189 1.59 ‘77-81 139 177 1.27 ‘76-80 126 177 1.40 ‘86-90 111 156 1.41 ‘90-94 107 156 1.46 ‘89-93 110 152 1.38 ‘86-90 110 151 1.37 ‘85-89 90 150 1.67

Season Class Season G Stls Avg 1 Beverly Crusoe Jr ‘78-79 36 193 5.36 2 Beverly Crusoe Sr ‘79-80 38 179 4.71 3 Beverly Crusoe So ‘77-78 31 96 3.10 4 Tammy Stritenberger So ‘78-79 36 87 2.42 5 Liz Hoffman ‘78-79 31 76 2.45 6 Tobette Pleasant Sr ‘88-89 27 66 2.44 7 Stefanie Miller So ‘00-01 29 63 2.17 8 Carol Lammers So ‘78-79 36 62 1.72 9 Christi Hester Sr ‘99-00 29 60 2.07 10 Julie Johnson ‘78-79 31 59 1.90

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Freshmen Only 1 Julie Johnson 2 Tammy Stritenberger 3 Pat Hoffman 4 Sharon Curd Stefanie Miller Game 1 Beverly Crusoe

Season ‘78-79 ‘77-78 ‘77-78 ‘81-82 ‘99-00

G 36 31 31 27 29

Stls 59 48 42 38 38

Opponent Date Michigan Jan 8, 1979

Avg 1.63 1.55 1.35 1.41 1.31 Stls 12

HIGHEST STEAL AVERAGE Career Seasons G Stls Avg 1 Beverly Crusoe ‘77-80 105 468 4.46 2 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-81 126 222 1.76 3 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 119 189 1.59 4 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 107 156 1.46 5 Cindy Frericks ‘86-90 111 156 1.41 6 Ann Meyers ‘76-80 126 177 1.40 7 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 110 152 1.38 8 Anette Melvin ‘86-90 110 151 1.37 9 Leah Abla ‘81-85 110 146 1.33 10 Carol Lammers ‘77-81 139 177 1.27

Season Class Season 1 Beverly Crusoe Jr ‘78-79 2 Beverly Crusoe Sr ‘79-80 3 Beverly Crusoe So ‘77-78 4 Liz Hoffman ‘78-79 5 Tobette Pleasant Sr ‘88-89 6 Tammy Stritenberger So ‘78-79 7 Stefanie Miller So ‘00-01 8 Christi Hester Sr ‘99-00 9 Julie Johnson ‘78-79 10 Carol Lammers So ‘78-79

G Stls Avg 36 193 5.36 38 179 4.71 31 96 3.10 31 76 2.45 27 66 2.44 36 87 2.42 29 63 2.17 30 60 2.00 31 59 1.90 36 62 1.72

Freshmen Only Season G Stls Avg 1 Tammy Stritenberger ‘77-78 31 48 1.55 2 Christi Hester ‘96-97 27 37 1.37 3 Anette Melvin ‘86-87 28 37 1.32 4 Stefanie Miller ‘99-00 29 38 1.31 5 Cindy Frericks ‘86-87 28 36 1.29 Yearly Leaders Class G Stls Avg 1977-78 Beverly Crusoe Soph 31 96 3.10 1978-79 Beverly Crusoe Junior 36 193 5.36 1979-80 Beverly Crusoe Senior 38 179 4.71 1980-81 Tammy Stritenberger Senior 34 50 1.47 1981-82 Debbie Wilson Senior 27 46 1.70 1982-83 Sharon Curd Soph 30 51 1.70 1983-84 Leah Abla Junior 31 48 1.55 1984-85 Leah Abla Senior 25 36 1.44 1985-86 Cheryl Dickerson Senior 28 41 1.46 1986-87 Anette Melvin Frosh 28 37 1.32 1987-88 Tobette Pleasant Junior 28 53 1.89 1988-89 Tobette Pleasant Senior 27 66 2.44 1989-90 Anette Melvin Senior 28 48 1.71 1990-91 Shari Sauder Soph 29 45 1.55 1991-92 Shari Sauder Junior 25 44 1.76 1992-93 Natalie Hill Junior 26 49 1.88 1993-94 Natalie Hill Senior 27 44 1.63 1994-95 Renee Miller Soph 27 33 1.22 1995-96 Renee Miller Junior 27 26 0.96 1996-97 Renee Miller Senior 27 45 1.67 1997-98 Kizzy Dawson Senior 27 32 1.19 1998-99 Sarah Schloss Frosh 28 35 1.25 1999-00 Christi Hester Senior 30 60 2.00 2000-01 Stefanie Miller Soph 29 63 2.17 2001-02 Marnina Sullivan Junior 27 41 1.52 2002-03 Sarah Schloss Senior 28 44 1.57 2003-04 Stefanie Miller Senior 28 44 1.57 2004-05 Emily Williams Senior 28 43 1.54 2005-06 Cara Wright Senior 29 34 1.17 2006-07 Jennifer Strong Senior 31 38 1.23 2007-08 Brittany Holterman Senior 32 43 1.34 2008-09 Kendel Ross Junior 34 37 1.08 2009-10 Kendel Ross Senior 33 43 1.30

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SERVICE LEADERS > MOST GAMES PLAYED Career 1 Carol Lammers 2 Kendel Ross 3 Mary McDonald T4 Ann Meyers T4 Tammy Stritenberger 5 Sue Youngpeter T6 Jennifer Strong T6 Ashley Armstrong T6 Karah Cloxton T7 Stefanie Miller T7 Brittany Holterman 8 Sarah Schloss

Seasons G ‘77-81 139 ‘06-10 131 ‘77-81 129 ‘76-80 126 ‘77-81 126 ‘79-83 123 ‘02-07 120 ‘04-08 120 ‘04-08 120 ‘99-04 119 ‘04-08 119 ‘98-03 118

Season T1 Beverly Crusoe T1 Carol Lammers

Seasons G ‘80-81 38 ‘80-81 38

Consecutive 1 Carol Lammers

Seasons ‘77-81

G 139

MOST MINUTES PLAYED (SINCE 1981) Career Seasons G Min Avg 1 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 119 3724 31.3 2 Jennifer Strong ‘02-07 120 3492 29.1 3 Leah Abla ‘81-85 112 3385 30.2 4 Cindy Frericks ‘86-90 111 3314 29.9 5 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 107 3096 28.9 6 Kendel Ross ‘06-10 131 3026 23.1 7 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 110 2978 27.1 8 Pam Rasey ‘86-90 111 2920 26.3 9 Renee Miller ‘93-97 107 2850 26.6 10 Donna Burks ‘80-84 107 2839 26.5 11 Kristin Daugherty ‘07-10 102 2783 27.3 12 Michele Kruty ‘84-88 107 2760 25.8 13 Tobette Pleasant ‘85-89 110 2692 24.5 Season 1 Justine Raterman 2 Kristin Daugherty 3 Leah Abla 4 Stefanie Miller 5 Kendel Ross 6 Mary Byers 7 Donna Burks 8 Debbie Wilson 9 Pam Palmer 10 Brittany Holterman Freshmen Only 1 Justine Raterman 2 Shannon McFadden 3 Kristin Daugherty T4 Pam Rasey T4 Jennifer Strong 5 Cindy Frericks

Class Season Fr ‘08-09 So ‘08-09 Jr ‘83-84 Sr ‘03-04 Jr ‘08-09 Sr ‘84-85 Jr ‘82-83 Sr ‘81-82 Sr ‘83-84 Sr ‘07-08 Season ‘08-09 ‘98-99 ‘07-08 ‘86-87 ‘03-04 ‘86-87

G 35 35 31 28 34 28 30 27 31 32

G 35 28 34 28 28 28

Min Avg 1134 32.4 1132 32.3 1077 34.7 1049 37.5 1046 30.7 1012 36.1 996 33.2 991 36.7 973 31.4 965 30.2

Min 1134 806 838 792 792 767

Freshmen Only 1 Justine Raterman 2 Shannon McFadden T3 Jennifer Strong T3 Pam Rasey 4 Christi Hester 5 Sharon Curd Yearly Leaders 1981-82 Debbie Wilson 1982-83 Donna Burks 1983-84 Leah Abla 1984-85 Rhonda Klette 1985-86 Mary Byers 1986-87 Michele Kruty 1987-88 Tobette Pleasant 1988-89 Tobette Pleasant 1989-90 Cindy Frericks 1990-91 Shari Sauder 1991-92 Natalie Hill 1992-93 Julie Arnold 1993-94 Natalie Hill 1994-95 Renee Miller 1995-96 Renee Miller 1996-97 Renee Miller 1997-98 Christi Hester 1998-99 Shannon McFadden 1999-00 Christi Hester 2000-01 Stefani Miller 2001-02 Chrissy Donovan 2002-03 Stefanie Miller 2003-04 Stefanie Miller 2004-05 Jennifer Strong 2005-06 Jennifer Strong 2006-07 Jennifer Strong 2007-08 Brittany Holterman 2008-09 Justine Raterman 2009-10 Justine Raterman

Season ‘08-09 ‘98-99 ‘03-04 ‘86-87 ‘96-97 ‘81-82 Class Senior Junior Junior Senior Senior Junior Junior Senior Senior Soph Soph Senior Senior Soph Junior Senior Soph Frosh Senior Soph Junior Junior Senior Soph Junior Senior Senior Frosh Soph

G 35 28 28 28 27 27

Min 1134 806 792 792 762 755

Avg 32.4 28.8 28.3 28.3 28.2 27.9

G 27 30 31 28 28 28 28 27 28 29 26 27 27 27 27 27 27 28 30 29 28 27 28 28 29 31 32 35 33

Min 991 996 1077 907 1012 793 920 917 820 963 790 924 871 850 809 841 828 806 831 924 912 911 1049 789 906 973 965 1134 871

Avg 36.7 33.2 34.7 32.4 36.1 28.3 32.9 33.9 29.3 33.2 30.4 34.2 32.3 31.5 29.9 31.1 30.7 28.8 27.7 31.9 32.6 33.7 37.5 28.2 31.2 31.4 30.2 32.4 26.4

SIZING THE FLYERS Tallest T1 Kelly Keil T1 Bonnie Quellhorst T1 Theresa Yingling T4 Kathy O’Brien T4 Helena Safarikova T4 Casey Nance T7 Jen Tisza T7 Angela Cape T7 RaeLynn McIntosh T7 Shannon Potee T7 Steph Smith

Seasons Ht 2006-08 6-05 1990-94 6-05 1982-86 6-05 1983-87 6-04 1998-99 6-04 2008-11 6-04 2005-08 6-03 2002-06 6-03 1997-01 6-03 1990-92 6-03 1992-96 6-03

Shortest 1 Lawana Henderson 2 Patti Palcic T3 Victoria Jones T3 Jenny Munson T5 Lisa Blackwell T5 Tonya Davis T5 Kayla Moses T8 Cindy DiGregory T8 Kathy Janosco T8 Sandy Johnson T8 Renee Miller T8 Stefanie Miller T8 Amanda Moore T8 Pam Palmer T8 Cindy Schaeffer T8 Tammy Stritenberger T8 Lisa Williams T8 Terri Ramsey T8 Kathy Guin T8 Aundrea Lindsay

Seasons Ht 1973-74 5-00 1970-74 5-01 1999-01 5-03 1976-77 5-03 1995-96 5-04 1980-81 5-04 2008-11 5-04 1974-77 5-05 1975-78 5-05 1973-77 5-05 1993-97 5-05 1999-02 5-05 2002-03 5-05 1980-84 5-05 1976-79 5-05 1977-81 5-05 1986-87 5-05 2004-06 5-05 2006-08 5-05 2006-11 5-05

Avg 32.4 28.8 24.6 28.3 28.3 27.4

MOST MINUTES PER GAME Career Seasons G Min Avg 1 Stefanie Miller ‘99-04 119 3724 31.3 2 Leah Abla ‘81-85 112 3385 30.2 3 Cindy Frericks ‘86-90 111 3314 29.9 4 Justine Raterman ‘08-10 68 2005 29.5 5 Jennifer Strong ‘02-07 120 3492 29.1 6 Natalie Hill ‘90-94 107 3096 28.9 8 Cara Wright ‘04-06 57 1568 27.5 7 Kristin Daugherty ‘07-10 102 2783 27.3 9 Shari Sauder ‘89-93 110 2978 27.1 10 Christi Hester ‘96-00 98 2634 26.9 Season 1 Stefanie Miller 2 Debbie Wilson 3 Mary Byers 4 Sue Youngpeter 5 Leah Abla 6 Julie Arnold 7 Tobette Pleasant 8 Stefanie Miller T9 Shari Sauder T9 Donna Burks

Class Season Sr ‘03-04 Sr ‘81-82 Sr ‘84-85 Jr ‘81-82 Jr ‘83-84 Sr ‘92-93 Sr ‘88-89 Jr ‘02-03 So ‘90-91 Jr ‘82-83

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G Min Avg 28 1049 37.5 27 991 36.7 28 1012 36.1 24 852 35.5 31 1077 34.7 27 924 34.2 27 917 33.9 27 911 33.7 29 963 33.2 30 996 33.2

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Leah Alba’s marks for most minutes played in a career was topped by Stefanie Miller in 2004-2005. She averaged 30.2 minutes per game in her four seasons with the Flyers.

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TEAM MARKS > MOST GAMES Overall 1 1979-80 2 1978-79 3 2008-09 T4 1980-81 T4 2007-08 6 2009-10 T7 2006-07 T7 1983-84 T9 1977-78 T9 1982-83 T9 1999-00

G W L 38 36 2 36 33 3 35 21 14 34 27 7 34 25 9 33 25 8 31 12 19 31 27 4 30 24 6 30 20 10 30 15 15

At Home T1 1979-80 T1 1980-81 3 1983-84

G 18 18 16

W 18 15 14

L 0 3 2

On Road 1 1978-79 T2 2006-07 T2 1979-80 T4 1976-77 T4 1977-78

G 23 20 20 18 18

W 20 6 18 12 12

L 3 14 2 6 6

Overtime T1 2001-02 T1 2008-09 T1 2009-10 4 2004-05

G W L 3 1 2 3 2 1 3 1 2 2 1 1

MOST WINS Overall 1 1979-80 2 1978-79 3 1980-81 1983-84 T5 2009-10 T5 2007-08 6 1977-78

G W 38 36 36 33 34 27 31 27 33 25 34 25 30 24

L 2 3 7 4 8 9 6

At Home 1 1979-80 2 1979-80 3 1983-84

G 18 18 16

W 18 15 14

L 0 3 2

On Road 1 1978-79 2 1979-80 3 1983-84

G 23 20 15

W 20 18 13

L 3 2 2

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE Overall W 1 1979-80 36 2 1978-79 33 3 1983-84 27 4 1977-78 24 5 1980-81 27

L Pct 2 .947 3 .917 4 .871 6 .800 7 .794

At Home 1 1979-80 2 1978-79 3 1973-74

W 18 13 8

L Pct 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .888

On Road 1 1979-80 2 1978-79 3 1983-84

W 18 20 13

L Pct 2 .900 3 .870 2 .867

MOST LOSSES Overall 1 2003-04 2 1994-95 T3 2006-07 T3 1988-89 T3 1993-94 T6 1991-92 T6 1995-96

G W L 28 3 25 27 5 22 31 12 19 27 8 19 27 8 19 28 10 18 27 9 18

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At Home G W L 1 2003-04 13 2 11 2 1994-95 13 4 9 T3 1989-90 14 6 8 T3 1998-99 15 7 8 On Road/Neutal T1 2006-07 T1 2003-04 T2 1988-89 T2 1994-95

G 20 15 14 14

W 6 1 1 1

L 14 14 13 13

POINTS Most Overall 1 1979-80 2 1978-79 3 1980-81 4 1983-84 5 2009-10 6 2008-09 7 2007-08

G Pts Avg 38 3182 83.7 36 2868 79.6 34 2714 79.8 31 2597 83.8 33 2350 71.2 35 2248 64.2 34 2239 65.8

Highest Average 1 1983-84 2 1979-80 3 1980-81 4 1978-79 5 1990-91

G Pts Avg 31 2597 83.8 38 3182 83.7 34 2714 79.8 36 2868 79.6 29 2142 73.9

Fewest Points 1 2003-04 2 2004-05 3 1988-89 4 1986-87 5 1995-96

G Pts Avg 28 1604 57.3 28 1626 58.1 27 1643 60.9 28 1695 60.5 27 1744 64.6

Lowest Average 1 2003-04 2 2004-05 3 1986-87 4 1988-89 5 1975-76

G Pts Avg 28 1604 57.3 28 1626 58.1 28 1695 60.5 27 1643 60.9 22 1361 61.8

Widest Advantage 1 1978-79 2 1979-80 3 1983-84 4 2009-10 5 1980-81 6 2007-08

For Vs Marg 79.6 53.1 26.5 83.7 58.7 25.0 83.8 66.2 17.6 71.2 59.9 11.3 79.8 69.8 10.0 65.9 58.5 7.3

Widest Deficit 1 1994-95 2 2003-04 3 1995-96 4 1993-94 5 1988-89

For Vs Marg 64.9 76.6 11.7 57.3 68.5 11.2 64.6 71.7 7.1 65.4 71.7 6.3 60.9 67.0 6.1

FIELD GOALS Most Made 1 1979-80 2 1978-79 T3 1983-84 T3 1980-81 5 1982-83

G FGM Per 38 1352 35.6 36 1234 34.3 31 1118 36.1 34 1118 32.9 30 888 29.6

Most Tried 1 1979-80 2 1978-79 3 1980-81 4 1983-84 5 2008-09 6 2009-10 7 2007-08

G FGA Per 38 2762 72.7 36 2714 75.4 34 2325 68.4 31 2209 71.3 35 2089 59.7 33 2037 61.7 34 1972 58.0

Best Accuracy 1 1983-84 2 1979-80 3 1980-81 4 1982-83 T5 1978-79 T5 1985-86

FGM FGA Pct 1118 2209 .506 1352 2762 .490 1118 2325 .481 888 1869 .475 1234 2714 .455 827 1817 .455

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Worst Accuracy FGM FGA Pct 1 2003-04 598 1596 .375 2 1989-90 709 1827 .388 3 2004-05 619 1591 .389 4 1994-95 620 1588 .390 5 1996-97 636 1613 .394 THREE-POINTERS Most Made T1 2009-10 T1 2007-08 3 2008-09 4 2002-03 5 2003-04 6 2006-07 7 2001-02 8 2005-06

G 3PM Per 33 186 5.64 34 186 5.47 35 180 5.1 28 181 6.46 28 171 6.11 31 148 4.77 28 147 5.25 29 136 4.69

THREE-POINTERS Most Tried 1 2008-09 2 2009-10 3 2003-04 4 2007-08 5 2006-07 6 2002-03 T7 1996-97 T7 2001-02 9 2005-06

G 3PA Per 35 596 17.0 33 587 17.8 28 564 20.1 34 553 16.2 31 544 17.5 28 517 18.5 27 426 15.8 28 426 15.3 29 397 13.7

Best Accuracy 1 1997-98 2 1999-00 3 2002-03 4 2000-01 5 2001-02

3PM 3PA Pct 107 291 .368 111 304 .365 181 517 .350 126 361 .349 147 426 .345

Worst Accuracy 3PM 3PA Pct 1 1989-90 26 101 .257 T2 2006-07 148 544 .272 T2 2004-05 104 382 .272 4 1993-94 89 315 .283 5 1992-93 75 264 .284 FREE THROWS Most Made T1 1980-81 T1 1979-80 3 1999-00 4 1990-91 5 2009-10 6 2008-09

G FTM Per 34 478 14.0 38 478 12.6 30 462 15.4 29 456 15.7 33 444 13.5 35 428 12.2

Most Tried 1 1990-91 2 1999-00 3 1980-81 4 1979-80 5 1996-97

G FTA Per 29 690 23.8 30 683 22.8 34 678 19.9 38 672 17.7 27 649 24.0

Best Accuracy 1 2001-02 2 1978-79 3 1979-80 T4 1980-81 T4 1994-95

FTM FTA Pct 398 541 .736 400 553 .723 478 672 .711 478 678 .705 401 569 .705

Worst Accuracy 1 1975-76 2 1986-87 3 2004-05 4 1981-82

FTM FTA Pct 211 406 .519 291 488 .596 284 460 .617 286 457 .626

REBOUNDS Most Overall 1 1979-80 2 1980-81 3 2008-09 4 1978-79 5 2009-10 6 1983-84

G Reb Per 38 1721 45.3 34 1498 44.1 35 1496 42.7 36 1433 39.8 33 1402 42.5 31 1399 45.1

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Most Offensive 1 2009-10 2 1990-91 3 2008-09 4 1989-90 5 1991-92 6 1999-00

G OReb Per 33 488 14.8 29 474 16.3 35 470 13.4 28 453 16.2 28 430 15.4 30 427 14.2

Widest Advantage 1 1983-84 2 1985-86 3 2009-10 4 1980-81 5 1981-82 6 1984-85

For Vs Marg 45.1 37.3 7.8 43.7 36.7 7.0 42.5 36.7 5.8 44.1 38.7 5.4 44.6 39.8 4.8 42.2 37.6 4.6

Widest Deficit 1 2003-04 2 1994-95 3 1987-88 4 1996-97 5 1992-93

For Vs Marg 35.9 39.6 -3.7 38.7 42.3 -3.6 37.6 40.5 -2.9 37.6 39.9 -2.3 38.6 40.6 -2.0

ASSISTS Most T1 1980-81 T1 1979-80 3 1983-84 4 1987-88 5 2007-08

G Asts Per 34 592 17.4 38 592 15.6 31 566 18.3 28 519 18.5 34 514 15.1

STEALS Most 1 1978-79 2 1979-80 3 1992-93 4 1995-96 5 2002-03

G Stls Per 36 651 18.1 38 429 11.3 28 401 14.3 27 340 12.6 28 288 10.3

BLOCKED SHOTS Most 1 2007-08 2 1986-87 3 2009-10 3 2008-09 4 1987-88 5 1985-86

G Blks Per 34 161 4.70 28 152 5.43 33 149 4.52 35 140 4.00 28 127 4.54 28 118 4.21

TURNOVERS Most 1 1979-80 2 1980-81 3 1978-79 4 1981-82 5 1982-83

G TOs Per 38 746 19.6 34 727 21.4 36 716 19.9 27 671 24.9 30 652 21.7

Fewest 1 1996-97 2 2002-03 3 2007-08 T4 1988-89 T4 1995-96 6 1984-85

G TOs Per 27 495 18.3 28 515 18.4 34 517 15.2 27 525 19.4 27 525 19.4 28 531 18.9

Most Forced 1 1980-81 T2 1999-00 T2 1983-84 4 1990-91 5 2009-10 5 1992-93

G TOs Per 34 803 23.6 30 633 21.1 31 633 20.4 29 626 21.6 33 604 18.3 28 596 21.3

PERSONAL FOULS Most 1 1980-81 2 1994-95 3 2006-07 4 1995-96 5 1990-91 6 1986-87

G PFs Per 34 636 18.7 27 580 21.5 31 568 18.3 27 565 20.9 29 564 19.4 28 561 20.0

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FLYER SCORING STREAKS

Began Overall 1 18 Feb 2, 1980 win over Ohio State T2 16 Dec 8, 1979 win over West Virginia T2 16 Nov 11, 2007 win over Western Michigan 4 15 Dec 19, 1978 win over Eastern Michigan T5 13 Feb 7, 1978 win over Mount St. Joseph T5 13 Feb 22, 1979 win over Mount St. Joseph T5 13 Jan 19, 1986 win over Depaul 8 12 Nov 26, 1983 win over Purdue 9 11 Jan 25, 1984 win over Western Kentucky

Nov 29, 1980 loss to Indiana Jan 26, 1980 loss to Northwestern Jan 19, 2008 loss to Duquesne Feb 19, 1979 loss to Ohio State Mar 4, 1978 loss to Ashland Mar 23, 1979 loss to South Carolina St. Mar 5, 1986 loss to Detroit Jan 11, 1984 loss to Cincinnati Mar 3, 1984 loss to Notre Dame

Start of Season 1 12 Nov 26, 1983 win over Purdue 2 6 Jan 22, 1974 win over Earlham 3 5 Dec 2, 1978 win over Indiana 4 4 Jan 14, 1976 win over Miami-Ohio

Jan 11, 1984 loss to Cincinnati Feb 8, 1974 loss to Eastern Kentucky Dec 18, 1978 loss to Detroit Jan 24, 1976 loss to Ohio

Home Games 1 38 Feb 7, 1978 win over Mount St. Joseph 2 13 Dec 13, 1980 win over Ohio T3 10 Jan 14, 1984 win over Charleston T3 10 Nov 30, 1985 win over Cincinnati T3 10 Nov 29, 2007 win over Cincinnati T6 8 Dec 4, 2009 win over Milwaukee-WI T6 8 Nov 30, 1987 win over Bradley T8 7 Jan 26, 1974 win over Ohio Northern T8 7 Jan 22, 1977 win over Ohio T8 7 Feb 10, 1982 win over Illinois State

Nov 29, 1979 loss to Indiana Nov 28, 1981 loss to Charleston Nov 24, 1984 loss to Michigan Mar 8, 1986 loss to Notre Dame Jan 22, 2008 loss to Charlotte Feb 17, 2010 loss to Xavier Feb 20, 1988 loss to Cincinnati Jan 18, 1975 loss to Kentucky Feb 19, 1978 loss to Eastern Kentucky Jan 24, 1983 loss to Western Kentucky

Road Games 1 15 2 11 3 10 T4 8 T4 8 T4 8 T4 8

Jan 19, 1981 loss to Illinois State Mar 23, 1979 loss to South Carolina St. Feb 28, 1975 loss to Ohio State Mar 4, 1978 loss to Ashland Jan 26, 1980 loss to Northwestern Jan 20, 1984 loss to Kentucky Jan 19, 2008 loss to Duquesne

Feb 8, 1980 win over Ball State Feb 22, 1979 win over Mount St. Joseph Jan 21, 1975 win over Wilmington Jan 23, 1978 win over Capital Dec 8, 1979 win over West Virginia Dec 3, 1983 win over Ball State Nov 11, 2007 win over Western Michigan

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LONGEST LOSING STREAKS Overall 1 12 2 9 T3 8 T3 8 T3 8

Jan 18, 2004 loss to Saint Joseph’s Dec 19, 1997 loss to Marquette Dec 17, 1988 loss to Eastern Illinois Feb 10, 1992 loss to Virginia Tech Dec 13, 2003 loss to Notre Dame

Nov 19, 2004 win over Akron Jan 22, 1998 win over Fordham Jan 19, 1989 win over Saint Louis Dec 1, 1992 win over Bradley Jan 16, 2004 win over Fordham

Home Games 1 8 Jan 18, 2004 loss to Saint Joseph’s 2 6 Feb 11, 1987 loss to Northern Illiniois 3 5 Dec 19, 1997 loss to Marquette T4 4 Feb 14, 1973 loss to Kentucky T4 4 Jan 4, 1994 loss to Notre Dame T4 4 Feb 9, 1999 loss to St. Bonaventure T4 4 Nov 26, 2003 loss to Northwestern

Dec 18, 2004 win over Detroit Nov 30, 1987 win over Bradley Jan 22, 1998 win over Rhode Island Jan 26, 1974 win over Ohio NorthernT Feb 5, 1994 win over Louisville Nov 20, 1999 win over Wright State Dec 9, 2003 win over Wright State

Road Games 1 14 2 13 3 11 4 10 5 9

Nov 19, 2004 win over Akron Feb 18, 1989 win over Evansville Jan 29, 1998 win over Rhode Island Dec 8, 1982 win over Miami-Ohio Dec 16, 1995 win over Georgia Southern

Nov 22, 2003 loss to Texas Pan-American Feb 29, 1988 loss to Northern Illinois Jan 29, 1997 loss to Saint Joseph’s Jan 9, 1982 loss to DePaul Jan 20, 1995 loss to Memphis

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Pts First Game Most Points, Two Straight Games 1 221 Jan 23, 1978 at Capital (112) 2 219 Jan 16, 1978 vs. Wittenberg (107) 3 210 Jan 14, 1984 vs. Charleston (107) 4 206 Jan 22, 1980 at Louisville (85) 5 201 Mar 23, 1978 vs. Seton Hall (105) 6 200 Jan 8, 1979 at Michigan (90) 7 198 Mar 6, 1981 vs. Xavier (111) 8 194 Jan 3, 1981 vs. Duke (99) 9 193 Feb 4, 1980 vs. Marshall (91) 193 Mar 15, 1980 vs. California (PA) (105)

Last Game Jan 31, 1978 vs. Ohio Dominican (109) Jan 23, 1978 at Capital (112) Jan 17, 1984 vs. Cleveland St (103) Jan 24, 1980 vs. Mt. St. Joseph (121) Mar 24, 1978 vs. SE Louisiana (96) Jan 12, 1979 vs. Akron (110) Mar 7, 1981 vs. Wright State (87) Jan 5, 1981 vs. Charleston (95) Feb 8, 1980 at Ball State (102) Mar 18, 1980 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona (88)

Most Points, Three Straight Games 1 328 Jan 16 vs. Wittenberg (107) T 2 289 Jan 14 at Morehead State (70) T2 289 Jan 23 at Capital (112) T2 289 Jan 19, 1980 at Ohio (83) 5 287 Mar 22, 1978 vs. Midland Lutheran (86) 6 286 Dec 30, 1980 at Cincinnati (92) 286 Mar 6, 1981 vs. Xavier (111)

Jan 31, 1978 vs. Ohio Dominican (109) Jan 23, 1978 at Capital (112) Feb 2, 1978 at Ashland (68) Jan 24, 1980 vs. Mt. St. Joseph (121) Mar 24, 1978 vs. SE Louisiana (96) Jan 5, 1981 vs. Charleston (95) Mar 12, 1981 at Franklin (88)

Most Points, Four Straight Games 1 398 Jan 14, 1978 at Morehead State (70) 2 396 Jan 16, 1978 vs. Wittenberg (107) 3 375 Jan 11, 1978 vs. Miami (OH) (86) 4 374 Jan 17, 1980 vs. Purdue (85) 5 372 Feb 4, 1984 vs. Wright State (95) 6 369 Jan 23, 1978 at Capital (112) 369 Jan 28, 1984 vs. So. Illinois-Edwardsville (98)

Jan 31, 1978 vs. Ohio Dominican (109) Feb 2, 1978 at Ashland (68) Jan 23, 1978 at Capital (112) Jan 24, 1980 vs. Mt. St. Joseph (121) Feb 15, 1984 at Butler (103) Feb 4, 1978 vs. Louisville (80) Feb 8, 1984 vs. Detroit (91)

Most Points, Five Straight Games 1 484 Jan 11, 1978 vs. Miami (OH) (86) 2 476 Jan 16, 1978 vs. Wittenberg (107) 3 467 Jan 24, 1980 vs. Mt. St. Joseph (121) 4 466 Jan 14, 1978 at Morehead State (70) 5 460 Jan 7, 1978 at Eastern Kentucky (85) 460 Jan 15, 1980 vs. Illinois State (86)

Jan 31, 1978 vs. Ohio Dominican (109) Feb 4, 1978 vs. Louisville (80) Feb 8, 1980 at Ball State (102) Feb 2, 1978 at Ashland (68) Jan 23, 1978 at Capital (112) Jan 24, 1980 vs. Mt. St. Joseph (121)

Julie Johnson played just two years for the Flyers, but won 69 games including 18 in a row from Feb 2, 1980 through the end of the season, which culminated in a AIAW National Championship.

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SINGLE-GAME MARKS > MOST POINTS BY UD Date Mar 6, 1981 Jan 23, 1978 at Mar 6, 1981 Jan 12, 1979 Jan 19, 1977 Jan 31, 1978 Jan 16, 1978 Jan 14, 1984 Feb 15, 1978 at Mar 15, 1980 vs Mar 23, 1978 vs

Opponent Mount St. Joseph’s OAISW Capital Xavier Akron Earlham Ohio Dominican Wittenberg Charleston Ohio California State (Pa.) Seton Hall AIAW

MOST POINTS AGAINST UD Date Opponent Nov 25, 1989 vs North Carolina State SC Jan 10, 1986 at Western Kentucky Jan 18, 1997 Virginia Tech 2 ot Dec 4, 1991 at Bowling Green Mar 5, 1994 at Marquette Jan 17, 1984 Cleveland State ot Mar 24, 1978 vs Southeast Louisiana AIAW Nov 30, 1990 at East Carolina ECC Jan 16, 1993 at La Salle

UD Opp W/L 111 73 W 112 30 W 111 73 W 110 26 W 109 30 W 109 55 W 107 28 W 107 84 W 106 63 W 105 88 W 105 97 W

UD 66 75 98 82 62 103 96 80 67

Opp W/L 105 L 104 L 103 L 103 L 103 L 100 W 100 L 100 L 100 L

MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS Date Opponent UD Opp Total W/L Jan 17, 1984 Cleveland State ot 103 100 203 W Mar 23, 1978 vs Seton Hall AIAW 105 97 202 W Jan 18, 1997 Virginia Tech 2 ot 98 103 201 L Mar 24, 1978 vs Southeast Louisiana AIAW 96 100 196 L Mar 15, 1980 vs California State (Pa.) 105 88 193 W Jan 14, 1984 Charleston 107 84 191 W Mar 15, 2000 Florida WNIT 93 97 190 L Dec 4, 1991 at Bowling Green, OH 82 103 185 L Mar 6, 1981 Xavier OAISW 111 73 184 W FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED Date Opponent Feb 23, 1972 Xavier Mar 1, 1973 vs Ohio Wesleyan Feb 4, 1971 Wilmington Feb 8, 1969 Wilmington Jan 25, 1973 Earlham Jan 19, 1976 Wilmington Feb 7, 1972 at Wilmington Feb 11, 1974 vs Wright State Mar 2, 1974 vs Ohio Northern Jan 25, 1975 vs Ohio Northern

UD Opp W/L 53 14 W 41 19 W 45 19 W 32 21 W 49 21 W 73 21 W 42 22 W 53 22 W 56 22 W 56 22 W

FEWEST POINTS BY UD Date Mar 2, 1972 at Mar 2, 1973 Feb 5, 1972 Mar 26, 1971 Feb 15, 1969 at Feb 11, 2005 Mar 20, 1969 vs Feb 21, 1972 at Feb 8, 1973 at Feb 20, 1973 at

UD Opp W/L 26 47 L 26 35 L 27 35 L 30 52 L 30 42 L 30 52 L 31 54 L 31 51 L 31 37 L 31 48 L

Opponent Cedarville Akron Ohio State Bowling Green ST Eastern Kentucky Massachusetts Iowa Wesleyan Cedarville Ohio Northern Mount St. Joseph

FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS Date Opponent UD Opp Total W/L Feb 8, 1969 Wilmington 32 21 53 W Mar 1, 1973 vs Ohio Wesleyan 41 19 60 W Mar 2, 1973 Akron 26 35 61 L Feb 5, 1972 Ohio State 27 35 62 L Feb 10, 1970 at Mount St. Joseph 36 26 62 W Mar 27, 1971 Akron 35 29 64 W Feb 7, 1972 at Wilmington 42 22 64 W Feb 4, 1971 Wilmington 45 19 64 W Jan 20, 1970 at Hanover 40 25 65 W

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WIDEST MARGIN OF VICTORY Date Opponent UD Jan 12, 1979 Akron 110 Jan 23, 1978 at Capital 112 Jan 19, 1977 Earlham 109 Jan 16, 1978 Wittenberg 107 Mar 1, 1979 Mount St. Joseph 121 Mar 3, 1977 vs Marietta 95 Feb 28, 1985 Xavier 90 Dec 18, 2001 Wright State 89 Dec 12, 1979 Xavier 101 Jan. 23, 2010 Richmond 83

Opp Marg. W/L 26 84 W 30 82 W 30 79 W 28 79 W 53 68 W 30 65 W 33 57 W 34 55 W 46 55 W 31 52 W

WIDEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT Date Opponent Jan 20, 1995 at Memphis Dec 18, 1994 at Toledo, OH Jan 31, 1976 at Eastern Kentucky Dec 17, 1988 at Eastern Illinois Mar 22, 1977 vs Southeastern Louisiana AIAW Mar 5, 1994 at Marquette Feb 3, 1973 at Ohio State Dec 30, 1999 at Vanderbilt Nov 25, 1989 vs North Carolina State SC Feb 2, 1985 Western Kentucky

Opp Marg. W/L 89 46 L 91 42 L 79 41 L 89 41 L 91 41 L 103 41 L 82 40 L 86 40 L 105 39 L 86 39 L

FIELD GOALS MADE Date Jan 24, 1980

UD 43 49 38 48 50 62 42 46 66 47

Opponent FG Made Mount St. Joseph’s 57

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Date Opponent FG Att Feb 15, 1984 at Butler 103 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Date Opponent Mar 11, 1993 Butler FREE THROWS MADE Date Dec 29, 1984

FG FG Att FG % 29 44 .659

Opponent FTMade St. John’s 33

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Date Opponent FT Att Dec 29, 1984 St. John’s 43 Mar 5, 1994 Marquette 43 FREE THROWS PERCENTAGE Date Opponent Feb 10, 1979 Ashland Jan 7, 2003 Xavier Feb 26, 2006 Xavier

FT 12 10 9

FT Att FT % 12 1.000 10 1.000 9 1.000

THREE POINTERS MADE Date Opponent 3 Made Nov 27, 1994 Duquesne 12 Jan 7, 2003 Xavier 12 THREE POINTERS ATTEMPTED Date Opponent 3 Att Dec 21, 2003 St. John’s 31 THREE POINT PERCENTAGE Date Opponent 3 pt 3pt Att 3Pt % Feb 16, 1989 Saint Louis 2 2 1.000 REBOUNDS Date Opponent Off Dec 18, 2004 Detroit 27 * - Atlantic 10 Conference Record; 10th highest in NCAA history.

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ONE POINT & OVERTIME GAMES > OVERTIME GAMES One Overtime Date Opponent UD Op Location Mar 7, 2010 vs Temple! L 64 67 Upper Marlboro, MD Feb 17, 2010 # 6 Xavier L 79 80 UD Arena Mar 7, 2009 vs # 16/15 Xavier! W 63 60 Charlotte, NC Dec 10, 2008 vs Miami L 66 69 UD Arena Nov 26, 2008 at Navy W 64 58 Annapolis, MD Nov 9, 2007 vs Northwestern* L 76 70 Albuquerque, NM Nov 30, 2006 at Tennessee-Martin L 52 53 Martin, TN Feb 27, 2005 Richmond L 77 78 UD Arena Dec 7, 2004 at Wright State W 65 55 Fairborn, OH Jan 16, 2004 Fordham W 70 67 UD Arena Dec 17, 2002 at Northwestern W 56 49 Evanston, IL Feb 24, 2002 Duquesne W 71 69 UD Arena Feb 17, 2002 at La Salle L 76 77 Philadelphia, PA Jan 31, 2002 at Massachusetts L 58 65 Amherst, MA Feb 7, 2001 at Duquesne L 67 71 Pittsburgh, PA Jan 5, 2001 at La Salle W 75 72 Philadelphia, PA Dec 4, 1999 Marquette L 60 67 Milwaukee, WI Feb 19, 1999 at Saint Joseph’s L 53 62 Philadelphia, PA Feb 21, 1998 Temple W 88 81 UD Arena Dec 10, 1994 Xavier L 77 87 UD Arena Feb 22, 1990 at Butler W 67 65 Indianapolis, IN Jan 13, 1990 Loyola-Chicago W 73 68 UD Arena Jan 7, 1987 at Eastern Kentucky L 75 78 Richmond, KY Dec 30, 1986 Michigan State W 63 59 UD Arena Mar 5, 1986 at Detroit L 75 78 Detroit, MI Dec 14, 1984 at Miami/Ohio W 75 73 Oxford, OH Jan 17, 1984 Cleveland State W 103 100 UD Arena Mar 1, 1982 at Bowling Green L 71 77 Bowling Green, OH Feb 20, 1982 at Michigan L 79 82 Ann Arbor, MI Feb 24, 1975 Mount St. Joseph L 62 64 Dayton, OH Feb 13, 1972 Eastern Kentucky L 45 54 Dayton, OH * Women’s Sport Foundation Tournament ! Atlantic 10 Championship Two Overtimes Date Dec 21, 2009 Mar 7, 2009 vs Jan 18, 1997 Dec 5, 1992 vs Jan 9, 1992 at Jan 26, 1976 at

Opponent UD Op Butler W 84 81 #21/19 Xavier! W 63 60 Virginia Tech L 98 103 Radford (Carrier Classic) W 92 90 Notre Dame L 70 76 Capitol L 58 65

Location UD Arena Charlotte, NC UD Arena Syracuse, NY Notre Dame, IN Columbus, OH

Three Overtimes Date Opponent UD Op Feb 27, 1999 vs Virginia Tech (A-10) L 72 73

Location Philadelphia, PA

ONE-POINT GAMES

Flyer Victories Date Mar 20, 2010 vs Dec 6, 2008 at Feb 14, 2008 Nov 25, 2007 at Nov 1, 2007 at Nov 26, 2006 at Jan 30, 2005 Dec 21, 1999 Dec 20, 1993 Feb 8, 1992 Mar 5, 1988 Jan 28, 1987 at Dec 30, 1985 at Mar 12, 1983 at Feb 16, 1982 Mar 9, 1978 at Feb 1, 1969 at

Opponent No. 9 Seed TCU Penn State Xavier San Diego Wisconsin-Milwaukee Akron Duquesne Xavier Wright State Notre Dame DePaul Notre Dame Toledo Oakland NCAA Eastern Kentucky Morris Harvey MAIAW Kent State

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UD Op 67 66 67 66 44 43 68 67 56 55 58 57 55 54 78 77 62 61 63 62 69 68 55 54 72 71 73 72 68 67 69 68 40 39

Location Knoxville, TN University Park, PA UD Arena San Diego, CA Milwaukee, WI Akron, OH UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Notre Dame, IN Toledo, OH Oakland, MI Dayton, OH Charleston, WV Kent, OH

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Cheryl Dickerson hit the game-winning shot from the top of the key with two seconds left to give UD a 72-71 win over Toledo in 1985.

Flyer Losses Date Feb 17, 2010 Dec 22, 2006 at Nov 30, 2006 at Feb 27, 2005 Nov 21, 2004 Feb 17, 2002 at Jan 30, 2000 at Feb 27, 1999 at Feb 7, 1999 at Jan 23, 1992 Jan 15, 1985 at Dec 28, 1984 vs Dec 18, 1982 Mar 22, 1978 Jan 29, 1975 Feb 20, 1971 at Jan 17, 2003 at Feb 13, 2003 at

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Opponent #6 Xavier Wright State Tennessee-Martin ot Richmond ot Chicago State La Salle ot Duquesne Virginia Tech 3ot Duquesne Loyola-Chicago Cincinnati Jackson State Toledo Midland Lutheran Miami/Ohio Kent State Saint Joseph’s La Salle

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UD Op 79 80 59 60 52 53 77 78 55 56 76 77 65 66 72 73 60 61 60 61 66 67 74 75 69 69 86 87 51 52 51 52 60 61 69 70

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Location UD Arena Fairborn, OH Martin, TN UD Arena UD Arena Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA UD Arena Cincinnati, OH Miami, FL UD Arena Dayton, OH Dayton, OH Kent, OH Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA

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TOURNAMENT HISTORY > POST SEASON TOURNAMENTS

Tourney Seed Date UD Op Opponent UD Op

City

NCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Mar 20, 2010 8 9 TCU Mar 22, 2010 8 1 Tennessee

W 67 66 L 64 92

WOMEN’S NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT Mar 15, 2000 -- -- Florida Mar 20, 2008 -- -- Bowling Green Mar 19, 2009 -- -- Oakland Mar 22, 2009 -- -- Indiana

L L W L

93 64 70 57

97 52 55 59

Dayton, OH Bowling Green, OH Rochester, MI Bloomington, IN

ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Mar 1, 1996 F W6 E3 Saint Joseph’s L Feb 27, 1997 F W4 E5 Fordham L Feb 24, 1998 F W6 E3 St. Bonaventure L Feb 26, 1999 F W5 E4 Temple W Feb 27, 1999 Q W5 W1 Virginia Tech 3ot L Mar 3, 2000 F W4 E5 Fordham W Mar 4, 2000 Q W4 E1 Saint Joseph’s L Mar 3, 2001 Q 4 5 Saint Joseph’s W Mar 4, 2001 S 4 1 Xavier L Mar 1, 2002 F W3 E6 Fordham L Mar 6, 2003 F W4 E5 Rhode Island L Mar 5, 2004 F W6 E3 Rhode Island L Mar 4, 2005 F W5 E4 Fordham L Mar 3, 2006 F 6 11 Rhode Island W Mar 4, 2006 Q 6 3 #22/20 Temple L Mar 2, 2007 F 9 8 La Salle W Mar 3, 2007 Q 9 1 #8/9 George Washington L Mar 7, 2008 F 5 12 Massachusetts W Mar 8, 2008 Q 5 4 Charlotte W Mar 9, 2008 S 5 1 Temple L Mar 6, 2009 F 8 9 Saint Louis W Mar 7, 2009 Q 8 1 #16/15 Xavier Wot Mar 8, 2009 S 8 4 Richmond L Mar 6, 2010 Q 2 7 St. Bonaventure W Mar 7, 2010 S 2 3 Temple L

73 65 69 67 72 89 61 71 71 49 57 49 45 71 55 57 45 57 77 56 74 63 48 83 64

84 68 82 40 73 51 66 56 80 66 62 69 49 63 70 43 61 51 53 51 52 60 54 66 67

Blacksburg, VA Dayton, OH Dayton, OH Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Kingston, RI Philadelphia, PA Washington, DC Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati, OH Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Upper Malboro, MD Upper Malboro, MD

L 57 91 L 66 77

Cincinnati, OH Milwaukee, WI

GREAT MIDWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Mar 4, 1994 F -- -- Memphis Mar 9, 1995 F -- -- Marquette

MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Mar 9, 1990 F -- -- Notre Dame L Mar 3, 1991 F -- -- Detroit W Mar 8, 1991 Q -- -- Notre Dame L Mar 12, 1992 F -- -- Notre Dame L Mar 8, 1993 F -- -- Notre Dame W Mar 9, 1993 Q -- -- Xavier L

59 70 61 55 78 57

Knoxville, TN Knoxville, TN

67 63 81 74 74 67

Dayton, OH Dayton, OH Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH Notre Dame, IN Notre Dame, IN

IN SEASON TOURNAMENTS

Tourney Seed Date UD Op Opponent UD Op UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Dec 16, 1975 -- -- Auburn W 75 54 Dec 17, 1975 -- -- Kentucky W 72 65

Lexington, KY Lexington, KY

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH INVITATIONAL Dec 7, 1979 -- -- Edinboro State L 68 70 Dec 8, 1979 -- -- West Virginia W 72 39 Dec 9, 1979 -- -- Saint Joseph’s W 68 58

Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA

HURRICANE CHRISTMAS CLASSIC Dec 28, 1981 -- -- Dec 29, 1981 -- -- Dec 30, 1981 -- --

City

Mississippi State W 66 64 Northeast Louisiana W 70 63 Slippery Rock W 66 49

Miami, FL Miami, FL Miami, FL

DIAL CLASSIC Dec 28, 1982 Dec 29, 1982 Dec 30, 1982 Dec 3, 1993 Dec 4, 1993

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Monmouth L 65 76 Cleveland State L 60 73 Pittsburgh W 71 61 Miami/Fla L 53 67 Florida State L 65 78

Miami, FL Miami, FL Miami, FL Tallahassee, FL Tallahassee, FL

MASSONIC CLASSIC Dec 25, 1983 Dec 29, 1983 Dec 31, 1983

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Augustana W 92 59 North Dakota State W 89 61 Florida International W 75 61

Miami, FL Miami, FL Miami, FL

WOMEN’S COURT CLASSIC Dec 28, 1984 -- Dec 29, 1984 -- Dec 30, 1984 --

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Jackson State L 74 75 St. John’s W 91 77 East Tennessee State L 68 76

Miami, FL Miami, FL Miami, FL

BURGER KING CLASSIC Jan 3, 1986 Jan 4, 1986 Jan 5, 1986

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Oklahoma L 46 64 Miami/Fla L 62 76 SW Texas State W 70 62

Miami, FL Miami, FL Miami, FL

INDIANA UNIVERSITY COCA-COLA CLASSIC Nov 28, 1986 -- -- Indiana State W 62 57 Nov 29, 1986 -- -- Indiana L 42 68

Bloomington, IN Bloomington, IN

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Date UD Op ILLINI CLASSIC Dec 4, 1987 Dec 5, 1987

City

-- --

Cal State-Fullerton Ball State

L 33 64 L 49 70

Champaign, IL Champaign, IL

REEBOK ROUNDBALL CLASSIC Dec 29, 1987 -- -- Dec 30, 1987 -- --

Old Dominion East Carolina

L 55 79 L 54 64

Norfolk, VA Norfolk, VA

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO COORS CLASSIC Nov 25, 1988 -- -- Colorado Nov 26, 1988 -- -- Michigan State

L 53 86 L 54 80

Boulder, CO Boulder, CO

SUNSHINE CLASSIC Nov 24, 1989 Nov 25, 1989

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Mercer W 75 66 NC State L 66 105

Orlando, FL Orlando, FL

EAST CAROLINA CLASSIC Nov 30, 1990 -- Dec 1, 1990 --

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East Carolina L 80 100 South Carolina State W 65 40

Greenville, NC Greenville, NC

SYRACUSE CARRIER CLASSIC Dec 5, 1992 -- -- Dec 6, 1992 -- --

Radford

SAN ANTONIO TIPOFF CLASSIC Nov 24, 2000 -- -- Nov 25, 2000 -- --

2ot W 92 90 Manhattan W 86 70

Syracuse, NY Syracuse, NY

Idaho State W 60 50 Texas El-Paso W 66 39

San Antonio, TX San Antonio, TX

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGIN ISLANDS PARADISE JAM Nov 19, 2001 -- -- St. Mary’s (CA) Nov 20, 2001 -- -- Florida State

L 65 73 L 60 63

St. Thomas, USVI St. Thomas, USVI

JOHN ASCUAGA’S NUGGET CLASSIC Nov 30, 2002 -- -- Dec 1, 2002 -- --

Eastern Michigan W 73 68 Eastern Washington W 67 63

Reno, NV Reno, NV

AIR FORCE CLASSIC Nov 21, 2003 Nov 22, 2003

Boise State W 73 71 Colorado Springs, CO Texas Pan-American L 57 63 Colorado Springs, CO

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BUCKEYE CLASSIC Dec 20, 2003 -- -- Pennsylvania L 69 90 Dec 21, 2003 -- -- St. John’s L 61 73 Nov 29, 2008 -- -- Central Michigan W 78 76 Nov 30, 2008 -- -- #20/21 Ohio State L 61 76 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL SUN & FUN CLASSIC Dec 28, 2004 -- -- Brown W 63 51 Dec 29, 2004 -- -- Florida International L 44 68 TULANE BASKETBALL CLASSIC Dec 28, 2005 -- -- Dec 29, 2005 -- -- CARDINAL CLASSIC Nov 10, 2006 Nov 11, 2006 Nov 12, 2006

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BLUE SKY CLASSIC Dec 29, 2006 Dec 30, 2006 Dec 29, 2009 Dec 30, 2009

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Columbus, OH Columbus, OH Columbus, OH Columbus, OH Miami, FL Miami, FL

Toledo W 79 77 Samford L 68 59

New Orleans, LA New Orleans, LA

Louisville L 54 81 Memphis W 96 71 Winthrop W 55 42

Louisville, KY Louisville, KY Louisville, KY

77 76 74 36

Hanover, NH Hanover, NH Hanover, NH Hanover, NH

WOMEN’S SPORTS FOUNDATION TOURNAMENT Nov 9, 2007 -- -- Northwestern L(ot) 76 70 Nov 10, 2007 -- -- New Mexico L 72 64 Nov 11, 2007 -- -- Western Michigan W 88 63

Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque, NM

DAYTON FLYER CLASSIC Dec 29, 2007 Dec 30, 2007 Dec 28, 2008 Dec 29, 2008

74 71 65 57

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Cornell W 74 58 Central Michigan W 86 71 Lipscomb W 76 36 Bowling Green L 68 77

UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena

WORLD VISION CLASSIC Nov 15, 2008 -- -- Nov 16, 2008 -- -- Nov 17, 2008 -- --

#13 Texas L 40 66 #25 Old Dominion L 58 70 Saint Mary’s W 68 62

Austin, TX Austin, TX Austin, TX

Georgetown W 62 59 #23 Purdue W 56 53 Seattle W 75 37

West LaFayette, IN West LaFayette, IN West LaFayette, IN

Purdue BTI Classic Nov 20, 2009 Nov 21, 2009 Nov 22, 2009

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Boston University L Dartmouth L Vermont L Dartmouth W

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COACHING RECORDS > COACH JUDITH BOWMAN (10-10) All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L 1968-69 4-7 3-1 1-6 --- Division II 0-2 1969-70 6-3 2-2 4-1 --- Division II 0-0

Tournament NIT ---

COACH R. ELAINE DREIDAME (108-63, 1 State Champ., 1 Regional Champ.) All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L Tournament 1970-71 11-5 7-2 4-3 --- Division II 3-1 State Tournament 1971-72 8-8 3-3 5-5 --- Division II 1-1 State Tournament 1972-73 5-10 2-4 3-6 --- Division II 1-1 State Tournament 1973-74 15-5 6-0 9-5 --- Division II 3-0 State Tournament 1974-75 15-8 5-6 10-2 --- Division II 2-2 OAISW Tournament 1975-76 9-13 6-4 3-9 --- Division II 1-1 OAISW Tournament 1976-77 21-8 9-2 12-6 --- Division II 7-3 OAISW State Champions 1977-78 24-6 10-1 14-5 --- Division II 5-3 MAIAW Regional Champs COACH MARYALYCE JEREMIAH (69-5, 1 AIAW Division II National Champ.) All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L Tournament 1978-79 33-3 13-0 20-3 --- Division II 9-1 AIAW National Runner-Up 1979-80 36-2 18-0 18-2 --- Division II 9-0 AIAW National Champions COACH LINDA MAKOWSKI (119-59, 2 Division II NCAA’s)   All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L Tournament 1980-81 27-7 14-3 13-4 --- Division II 5-1 MAIAWRegionalChampions 1981-82 10-17 6-6 4-11 --- Division II 0-0 --- 1982-83 20-10 10-3 10-7 --- Division II 2-1 NCAA Quarterfinalists 1983-84 27-4 14-2 13-2 --- Division II 2-1 NCAA Semifinalists 1984-85 17-11 9-4 8-7 11-3 North Star 0-0 --- 1985-86 18-10 11-4 7-6 12-3 North Star 0-0 --COACH SUE RAMSEY (95-128) All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L 1986-87 11-17 6-7 5-10 4-4 North Star 0-0 1987-88 15-13 10-3 5-10 7-4 North Star 0-0 1988-89 8-19 7-6 1-13 7-8 Midwestern Coll. 0-0 1989-90 12-16 6-8 6-8 8-8 Midwestern Coll. (0-1) 0-0 1990-91 16-13 9-5 7-8 10-6 MIdwestern Coll. (1-1) 0-0 1991-92 10-18 8-7 2-11 4-8 Midwestern Coll. (0-1) 0-0 1992-93 15-13 8-6 7-7 7-9 Midwestern Coll. (1-1) 0-0 1993-94 8-19 6-6 2-13 4-8 Great Midwest (0-1) 0-0

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COACH CLEMETTE HASKINS (35-73) All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L 1994-95 5-22 4-9 1-13 3-10 Great Midwest (0-1) 0-0 1995-96 9-18 6-7 3-11 4-12 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-0 1996-97 11-16 7-6 4-10 6-9 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-0 1997-98 10-17 8-5 2-12 6-10 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-0

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COACH JACI CLARK (67-76, 1 WNIT) All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L 1998-99 11-17 5-8 6-9 6-10 Atlantic 10 (1-1) 0-0 1999-00 15-15 8-6 7-9 9-7 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-1 2000-01 16-13 8-6 8-7 9-7 Atlantic 10 (1-1) 0-0 2001-02 11-17 7-5 4-12 8-8 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-0 2002-03 14-14 8-4 6-10 7-9 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-0

Tournament --- WNIT 1st Round -------

SINGLE-SEASON WINS Year All Home Away 1979-80 36-2 18-0 18-2 1978-79 33-3 13-0 20-3 1980-81 27-7 14-3 13-4 2009-10 25-8 11-2 10-4 2007-08 25-9 12-2 10-5 1977-78 24-6 10-1 14-5 1976-77 21-8 9-2 12-6 CAREER WINS 119 Linda Makowski 108 R. Elaine Dreidame 95 Sue Ramsey 90 Jim Jabir 67 Jaci Clark 35 Clemette Haskins

Coach Maryalyce Jeremiah Maryalyce Jeremiah Linda Makowski Jim Jabir Jim Jabir R. Elaine Dreidame R. Elaine Dreidame

Post Season 9-0 AIAW National Champions 9-1 AIAW National Runner-Up 5-1 MAIAW Regional Champion 2-2 NCAAW Tournament 2nd Rd 2-2 Atlantic 10 Semifinalist 5-3 MAIAW Regional Champs 7-3 OAISW State Champions

1980-1986 1970-1978 1986-1994 2003-2011 1998-2003 1994-1998

119-59 (.669) 108-65 (.642) 95-128 (.426) 115-103 (.528) 67-76 (.469) 35-73 (.324)

SINGLE-SEASON WIN PERCENTAGE Year Coach 1979-80 Maryalyce Jeremiah 1978-79 Maryalyce Jeremiah 1983-84 Linda Makowski 1977-78 R. Elaine Dreidame 1980-81 Linda Makowski 2009-10 Jim Jabir 1973-74 R. Elaine Dreidame 2007-08 Jim Jabir 1976-77 R. Elaine Dreidame 1970-71 R. Elaine Dreidame 1969-70 Judith Bowman 1982-83 Linda Makowski

W L GP Pct 36 2 38 .947 33 3 36 .917 27 4 31 .871 24 6 30 .800 27 7 34 .794 25 8 33 .758 15 5 20 .750 25 9 34 .735 21 8 29 .724 11 5 16 .688 6 3 9 .667 20 10 30 .667

CAREER WIN PERCENTAGE Years Coach 1978-1980 Maryalyce Jeremiah 1980-1986 Linda Makowski 1970-1978 R. Elaine Dreidame

W L GP Pct 69 5 74 .932 119 59 178 .669 108 63 171 .632

COACH JIM JABIR (90-95) All Home Away Conf Post-Season Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L Tournament 2003-04 3-25 2-10 1-14 1-15 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-0 --2004-05 12-16 5-7 6-8 6-10 Atlantic 10 (0-1) 0-0 --2005-06 17-12 8-5 6-6 8-8 Atlantic 10 (1-1) 0-0 --2006-07 12-19 6-5 6-14 6-8 Atlantic 10 (1-1) 0-0 --2007-08 25-9 12-2 10-5 9-5 Atlantic 10 (2-1) 0-1 WNIT 1st Round 2008-09 21-14 9-4 9-8 7-7 Atlantic 10 (2-1) 1-1 WNIT 2nd Round 2009-10 25-8 11-2 10-4 11-3 Atlantic 10 (1-1) 1-1 NCAAW Tournament R. Elaine Dreidame led UD to a 108-63 record in eight seasons as head coach, including a state championship in 1977 and regional championship in 1978.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS >

1968-69 (4-7) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Feb 1 at Kent State 40 39 W Feb 4 at Ohio State 48 54 L Feb 8 Wilmington 32 21 W Feb 15 at Eastern Kentucky 30 42 L Feb 18 at Miami-Ohio 36 47 L Feb 26 Mount St. Joseph 43 45 L Mar 3 Ohio Dominican 48 38 W Mar 4 at Wittenberg 34 45 L Mar 8 Bowling Green 50 38 W National Invitational Tournament (West Chester, Pa.) Mar 20 vs Iowa Wesleyan 31 54 L Mar 21 vs Central Michigan 43 49 L 1969-70 (6-3) Date Opponent Jan 20 at Hanover Jan 28 Wittenberg Feb 2 at Cedarville Feb 7 Ohio State Feb 10 at Mount St. Joseph Feb 19 at Wilmington Feb 21 Kent State Feb 24 Miami-Ohio Feb 28 at Bowling Green 1970-71 (11-5) Date Opponent Jan 27 at Miami-Ohio Feb 4 Wilmington Feb 6 at Ohio State Feb 15 Eastern Kentucky Feb 16 Cincinnati Feb 20 at Kent State Feb 23 at Mount St. Joseph Feb 25 Cedarville Feb 27 Bowling Green Mar 6 at Cincinnati Mar 8 at Cedarville Mar 10 at Kentucky State Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) Mar 26 Bowling Green Mar 27 Ohio Mar 27 Akron Mar 28 Wooster

UD Op W/L 40 25 W 38 34 W 40 38 W 50 62 L 36 26 W 49 29 W 32 57 L 44 26 W 39 45 L UD Op W/L 51 26 W 45 19 W 46 40 W 42 49 L 53 31 W 51 52 L 39 41 L 44 29 W 47 40 W 42 36 W 44 38 W 40 46 L 30 44 35 41

52 36 29 38

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1971-72 (8-8) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Feb 1 Miami 37 39 L Feb 3 at Cincinnati 44 29 W Feb 5 Ohio State 27 35 L Feb 7 at Wilmington 42 22 W Feb 8 Mount St. Joseph 36 31 W Feb 12 Kentucky 36 45 L Feb 13 at Eastern Kentucky ot 45 54 L Feb 19 Kent State 39 32 W Feb 21 at Cedarville 31 51 L Feb 23 Xavier 53 14 W Feb 26 at Bowling Green 36 50 L Ohio Valley League Tournament (Cedarville, Ohio) Feb 29 vs Cincinnati 47 25 W Feb 29 at Cedarville 41 33 W State Tournament (Cedarville, Ohio) Mar 2 at Cedarville 26 47 L Mar 2 vs Defiance 39 35 W Mar 3 vs Kent State 35 46 L 1972-73 (5-10) Date Opponent Jan 22 at Cedarville Jan 25 Earlham Jan 31 at Miami-Ohio Feb 3 at Ohio State Feb 5 Cincinnati Feb 8 at Ohio Northern Feb 10 at Ohio Dominican Feb 14 Kentucky Feb 17 at Kent State Feb 20 at Mount St. Joseph Feb 22 Cedarville Feb 25 Bowling Green Feb 26 Eastern Kentucky

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UD Op W/L 39 51 L 49 21 W 43 51 L 42 82 L 39 34 W 31 37 L 37 32 W 33 59 L 50 43 W 31 48 L 41 53 L 35 38 L 36 67 L

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State Tournament (Cedarville, Ohio) Mar 1 vs Ohio Wesleyan Mar 2 vs Akron

41 26

19 35

1973-74 (15-5) Date Opponent UD Op Jan 22 at Earlham 57 36 Jan 26 Ohio Northern 50 40 Jan 30 Miami-Ohio 60 52 Feb 2 Ohio Dominican 38 32 Feb 4 at Wright State 53 35 Feb 6 Wooster 43 33 Feb 8 vs Eastern Kentucky 45 52 Feb 9 at Kentucky 43 49 Ohio Valley Leauge Tournament (Cincinnati, Ohio) Feb 11 vs Wright State 53 22 Feb 11 vs Cedarville 53 43 Feb 12 at Cincinnati 43 56 Feb 16 Kent State 70 57 Feb 19 at Cincinnati 45 41 Feb 21 Cedarville 64 50 Feb 23 at Bowling Green 46 56 Feb 25 at Mount St. Joseph 51 48 State Tournament (Wooster, Ohio) Feb 28 vs Cedarville 36 52 Mar 1 vs Ohio Wesleyan 71 35 Mar 1 vs Ohio Dominican 51 28 Mar 2 vs Ohio Northern 56 22 1974-75 (15-8) Date Opponent UD Op Jan 17 Ohio 58 41 Jan 18 Kentucky 46 52 Jan 21 at Wilmington 81 37 Jan 25 at Ohio Northern 56 22 Jan 27 Capital 59 38 Jan 29 Miami-Ohio 51 52 Feb 1 at Ohio Dominican 59 30 Feb 3 Wright State 79 43 Feb 4 at Wooster 70 35 Feb 8 Ashland 57 71 Ohio Valley League Tournament (Columbus, Ohio) Feb 10 vs Cedarville 73 50 Feb 10 vs Mount St. Joseph 71 66 Feb 11 at Capital 59 35 Feb 13 Eastern Kentucky 53 59 Feb 15 at Kent State 66 32 Feb 18 Cincinnati 57 41 Feb 20 Cedarville 62 43 Feb 22 Bowling Green 59 68 Feb 24 Mount St. Joseph ot 62 64 OAISW State Tournament (Ada, Ohio) Feb 27 at Ohio Northern 67 48 Feb 28 vs Capital 61 49 Feb 28 vs Ohio State 36 70 Mar 1 vs Ashland 54 65 1975-76 (9-13) Date Opponent UD Op Jan 14 Miami 77 67 Jan 17 Ohio Northern 68 44 Jan 19 Wilmington 73 21 Jan 21 at Earlham 65 43 Jan 24 at Ohio 63 66 Jan 26 at Capital (2ot) 58 65 Jan 28 Ohio Dominican 51 42 Jan 30 at Kentucky 49 63 Jan 31 at Eastern Kentucky 38 79 Feb 2 at Wright State 76 71 Feb 6 at Ashland 36 62 Feb 7 Wooster 51 71 Ohio Valley League Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) Feb 9 Wright State 72 50 Feb 10 Cincinnati 70 76 Feb 14 at Bowling Green 49 69 Feb 16 Northern Kentucky 58 69 Feb 17 at Cincinnati 64 85 Feb 25 Mount St. Joseph 69 54 Feb 28 at Cedarville 68 71

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OAISW State Tournament (Cedarville, Ohio) Date Opponent Mar 4 vs Defiance Mar 5 vs Miami Mar 9 Cincinnati

UD Op W/L 82 66 W 57 75 L 67 71 L

1976-77 (21-8) MAIAW REGIONAL RUNNER UP OAISW STATE CHAMPION Date Opponent UD Op W/L Jan 12 at Cincinnati 77 74 W Jan 15 Kentucky 66 69 L Jan 19 Earlham (FC) 109 30 W Jan 22 Ohio 78 60 W Jan 24 Capital 68 50 W Jan 26 Wright State 88 54 W Feb 1 at Ohio Dominican 93 51 W Feb 3 Ashland 60 57 W Feb 5 Morehead State (FC) 69 80 L Ohio Valley League Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) Feb 7 Wright State (FC) 79 35 W Ohio Valley League Tournament (Cincinnati, Ohio) Feb 8 at Cincinnati 72 79 L Feb 12 Bowling Green 72 62 W Feb 14 at Ohio Northern 62 52 W Feb 16 at Miami-Ohio 73 61 W Feb 19 Eastern Kentucky 60 85 L Feb 21 at Wooster 74 64 W Feb 23 at Mount St. Joseph 78 64 W Feb 26 Cedarville 72 53 W Feb 28 at Northern Kentucky 59 68 L OAISW State Tournament (Cedarville, Ohio) Mar 3 vs Marietta 94 30 W Mar 4 vs Defiance 75 56 W Mar 5 vs Mount St. Joseph 69 67 W Mar 5 vs Ashland 68 65 W MAIAW Regional Tounament (Columbus, Ohio) Mar 10 vs Morris Harvey 74 70 W Mar 11 vs Saginaw Valley 76 56 W Mar 12 vs Ashland 62 66 L AIAW National Tournament (Pomona, Calf.) Mar 22 vs SE Louisiana 50 91 L Mar 23 vs Salisbury State 77 60 W Mar 24 vs Francis Marion 53 75 L 1977-78 (24-6) MAIAW REGIONAL CHAMPION OAISW STATE RUNNER UP Date Opponent UD Op W/L Dec 16 at Cedarville 97 63 W Dec 21 at Kentucky 64 98 L Jan 7 at Eastern Kentucky 85 82 W Jan 11 Miami 86 61 W Jan 14 at Morehead State 70 93 L Jan 16 Wittenberg 107 28 W Jan 23 at Capital 112 30 W Jan 31 Ohio Dominican 109 55 W Feb 2 at Ashland 68 60 W Feb 4 Louisville 80 84 L Ohio Valley Leauge Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) Feb 7 Mount St. Joseph 90 76 W Feb 8 Cedarville 94 61 W Feb 11 Cincinnati 82 71 W Feb 13 Ohio Northern 82 63 W Feb 15 at Ohio 106 63 W Feb 18 at Bowling Green 80 57 W Feb 20 Wooster 85 68 W Feb 22 Mount St. Joseph 92 73 W Feb 25 Northern Kentucky 93 86 W Feb 28 at Wright State 77 71 W OAISW State Tournament (Ashland, Ohio) Mar 2 vs Ohio Wesleyan 85 56 W Mar 3 vs Wooster 83 79 W Mar 3 vs Cedarville 82 57 W Mar 4 at Ashland 66 76 L MAIAW Regional Tournament (Charleston, Mich.) Mar 9 at Morris Harvey 69 68 W Mar 10 vs Ashland 75 71 W Mar 11 vs Grand Valley State 73 60 W AIAW National Tournament (Florence, S.C.) Mar 22 vs Midland Lutheran 86 87 L Mar 23 vs Seton Hall 105 97 W Mar 24 vs SE Louisiana 96 100 L

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS > 1978-79 (33-3) AIAW NATIONAL RUNNER UP MAIAW REGIONAL CHAMPION OAISW STATE CHAMPION Date Opponent UD Op Dec 2 Indiana 74 62 Dec 11 Cincinnati 75 45 Dec 13 at Miami 77 64 University of Kentucky Invitational (Lexington, Ky.) Dec 16 vs Auburn 75 54 Dec 17 at Kentucky 72 65 Dec 18 at Detroit 74 88 Dec 19 at Eastern Michigan 65 60 Dec 21 at Marshall 77 56 Jan 3 Wright State 76 25 Jan 6 at Cincinnati 63 48 Jan 8 at Michigan 90 66 Jan 12 Akron 110 26 Jan 16 Louisville 81 58 Jan 20 Ohio 76 63 Jan 24 Morehead State 67 61 Jan 27 Bowling Green 75 37 Jan 31 Miami 81 49 Feb 2 at Purdue 67 56 Feb 6 at Ohio Northern 82 42 Feb 10 Ashland 94 45 Feb 14 Eastern Kentucky 74 57 Feb 19 at Ohio State 60 68 Feb 22 at Mount St. Joseph 86 48 Feb 25 Ball State 95 47 Feb 27 Northern Kentucky 74 52 OAISW State Tournament (Cleveland, Ohio) Mar 1 vs Mount Union 98 30 Mar 2 vs Cedarville 82 43 Mar 2 vs Defiance 85 37 Mar 3 vs Mount St. Joseph 83 54 MAIAW Regional Tournament (Adrian, Mich.) Mar 8 at Adrian 86 46 Mar 9 vs Greenville 83 44 Mar 10 vs Morris Harvey 89 46 AIAW National Tournament (Fargo, N.D.) Mar 20 vs Air Force 84 71 Mar 21 vs High Point 75 65 Mar 22 vs Niagara 76 57 Mar 23 vs South Carolina State 68 73 1979-80 (36-2) MAIAW REGIONAL CHAMPION OAISW STATE CHAMPION AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPION Date Opponent UD Op Nov 29 at Indiana 67 48 Dec 1 Kent State 81 64 Pittsburgh Invitational (Pittsburgh, Pa.) Dec 7 vs Edinboro State 68 70 Dec 8 vs West Virginia 72 39 Dec 9 vs Saint Joseph’s 68 58 Dec 12 Xavier 101 46 Dec 15 at Morehead State 69 64 Dec 18 at Eastern Illinois 81 63 Dec 19 at Indian State 80 64 Dec 29 Illinois 98 64 Jan 2 Miami 76 56 Jan 9 Cincinnati 59 42 Jan 11 at Bowling Green 74 53 Jan 12 Lewis 102 51 Jan 15 Illinois State 86 64 Jan 17 Purdue 85 55 Jan 19 at Ohio 83 62 Jan 22 at Louisville 85 55 Jan 24 Mount St. Joseph 121 53 Jan 26 at Northwestern 64 67 Feb 2 Ohio State 89 53 Feb 4 Marshall 91 74 Feb 8 at Ball State 102 60 Feb 9 at DePaul 77 71 Feb 13 at Detroit 86 65 Feb 16 at Eastern Kentucky 72 58 Feb 19 Eastern Michigan 96 52 Feb 22 Northern Kentucky 64 50 Feb 26 Michigan 91 74 OAISW State Tournament (Cincinnati, Ohio) Feb 29 vs Akron 99 59 Mar 1 vs Wright State 86 48

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MAIAW Regional Tournament (Green Bay, Wis.) Date Opponent UD Op Mar 6 vs Franklin 81 52 Mar 7 vs Northern Michigan 83 45 Mar 8 vs Charleston 78 58 AIAW National Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) Mar 15 vs California State (PA) 105 88 Mar 18 vs Cal Poly Pomona 88 79 Mar 21 vs Louisiana 77 52 Mar 23 vs Charleston (SC) 83 53 1980-81 (27-7) MAIAW REGIONAL CHAMPION OAISW STATE CHAMPION Date Opponent UD Op Nov 29 Indiana 50 67 Dec 1 Eastern Illinois 71 68 Dec 4 at Miami 76 64 Dec 6 at Eastern Kentucky 77 68 Dec 9 Western Kentucky 77 85 Dec 13 Ohio 92 73 Dec 27 Toledo 75 72 Dec 30 at Cincinnati 92 89 Jan 3 Duke 99 78 Jan 5 Charleston 95 49 Jan 7 at Purdue 65 62 Jan 10 at Marshall 89 68 Jan 14 Morehead State 86 74 Jan 17 at Illinois 81 74 Jan 19 at Illinois State 53 80 Jan 24 Northwestern 74 71 Jan 28 Mount St. Joseph 96 52 Jan 31 at Detroit 60 77 Feb 4 at Indiana State 65 57 Feb 7 Ball State 99 73 Feb 9 DePaul 85 78 Feb 11 at Wright State 75 77 Feb 13 at Central Florida 101 72 Feb 15 at Miami-Fla 58 62 Feb 20 Bowling Green 77 70 Feb 22 Xavier 91 51 Feb 24 at Northern Kentucky 71 62 Feb 28 at Ohio State 78 75

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OAISW State Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) Date Opponent UD Op Mar 6 Xavier 111 73 Mar 7 Wright State 87 58 MAIAW Regional Tournament (Franklin, Ind.) Mar 12 at Franklin 88 67 Mar 13 vs Butler 74 70 Mar 14 vs Eastern Illinois 77 73 AIAW National Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) Mar 20 Tuskegee 69 83 1981-82 (10-17) Date Opponent UD Op Nov 28 Charleston 88 92 Dec 2 at Indiana State 82 71 Dec 5 at Toledo 57 66 Dec 9 at Indiana 52 73 Dec 12 Xavier 79 68 Dec 19 at Eastern Illinois 54 69 Hurricane Christmas Classic (Miami, Fla.) Dec 28 vs Mississippi State 66 64 Dec 29 vs NE Louisiana 70 63 Dec 31 vs Slippery Rock 66 49 Jan 2 Purdue 71 68 Jan 6 Cincinnati 49 62 Jan 9 at DePaul 63 84 Jan 12 Ohio State 61 68 Jan 16 Loyola 82 68 Jan 19 Miami 57 76 Jan 23 at Northwestern 59 75 Jan 26 at Western Kentucky 59 73 Jan 30 Detroit 73 82 Feb 2 Northern Kentucky 49 60 Feb 5 at Ball State 53 56 Feb 10 Illinois State 55 53 Feb 13 Marshall 88 41 Feb 16 Eastern Kentucky 68 67 Feb 20 at Michigan ot 79 82 Feb 23 at Morehead State 53 77 Feb 27 at Ohio 64 68 Mar 1 at Bowling Green ot 71 77

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Led by Journey Beard, Beverly Crusoe and Ann Meyers (right to left), the Flyers won the 1980 AIAW National Championship.

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1982-83 (20-10) NCAA DIVISION II QUARTERFINALS Date Opponent UD Op Nov 27 at Purdue 69 71 Dec 1 Ball State 74 67 Dec 4 at Ohio State 57 90 Dec 8 at Miami-Ohio 77 71 Dec 11 Bowling Green 72 66 Dec 18 Toledo 68 69 Dec 21 Michigan 102 75 Dial Classic (Miami, Fla.) Dec 28 vs Monmouth 65 76 Dec 29 vs Cleveland State 60 73 Dec 30 vs Pittsburgh 71 61 Jan 3 Ohio 81 76 Jan 8 at Northern Kentucky 66 58 Jan 12 at Cincinnati 50 70 Jan 15 at Marshall 61 53 Jan 19 at Eastern Kentucky 75 52 Jan 24 Western Kentucky 53 60 Jan 28 Charleston 90 62 Feb 1 Xavier 80 46 Feb 5 Marquette 81 47 Feb 10 at Illinois-Chicago 77 64 Feb 12 at Loyola 65 63 Feb 16 at Detroit 83 66 Feb 19 Indiana State 65 57 Feb 24 Wright State 72 57 Feb 26 Eastern Illinois 65 72 Mar 2 Butler 78 67 Mar 6 at Notre Dame 64 68 NCAA Division II Tournament (Oakland, Mich.) Mar 11 vs Butler 71 69 Mar 12 at Oakland 73 72 NCAA Division II Quarterfinals (Pomona, Calif.) Mar 19 at Cal Poly-Pomona 66 90 1983-84 (27-4) NCAA DIVISION II SEMIFINALS Date Opponent UD Op Nov 26 Purdue 81 68 Nov 30 Miami 98 64 Dec 3 at Ball State 93 66 Dec 7 at Ohio 85 82 Dec 10 at Bowling Green 69 52 Dec 17 at Toledo 78 63 Dec 19 at Michigan 70 60 Massonic Classic (Miami, Fla.) Dec 25 vs Augustana 92 59 Dec 29 vs North Dakota State 89 61 Dec 31 at Florida International 75 61 Jan 5 Ohio Northern 97 50 Jan 7 Eastern Kentucky 62 60 Jan 11 Cincinnati 63 68 Jan 14 Charleston 107 84 Jan 17 Cleveland State ot 103 100 Jan 20 at Kentucky 59 77 Jan 25 at Western Kentucky 82 72 Jan 28 So. Illinois-Edwardsville 98 54 W Feb 2 Northern Kentucky 85 62 Feb 4 Wright State 95 60 Feb 8 Detroit 91 77 Feb 11 Illinois-Chicago 83 60 Feb 15 at Butler 103 66 Feb 18 at Marquette 80 62 Feb 20 at Evansville 99 67 Feb 25 DePaul 75 66 Feb 29 at Xavier 92 70 Mar 3 Notre Dame 57 63 NCAA Division II Tournament (UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio) Mar 10 NW Missouri State 97 69 Mar 15 St. Cloud State 80 56 NCAA Division II Semifinals (Springfield, Mass.) Mar 22 vs Virginia Union 59 71 1984-85 (17-11, 11-3 NORTH STAR) Date Opponent Nov 24 Michigan Nov 26 at Eastern Kentucky Dec 1 Bowling Green Dec 4 Indiana Dec 14 at Miami ot Dec 19 Toledo Women’s Court Classic (Miami, Fla.) Dec 28 vs Jackson State Dec 29 vs St. John’s

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Dec 31 vs Jan 5 Jan 9 at Jan 15 at Jan 17 Jan 19 Jan 22 Jan 26 at Jan 31 at Feb 2 Feb 5 Feb 9 at Feb 15 at Feb 17 at Feb 20 at Feb 23 Feb 28 Mar 2 at Mar 6 at Mar 9

East Tennessee State 68 Marquette 77 Kentucky 61 Cincinnati 66 Loyola* 66 DePaul* 72 Butler* 70 Evansville* 63 Xavier* 100 Western Kentucky 47 Notre Dame* 66 Detroit* 56 Loyola* 63 DePaul* 67 Butler* 79 Evansville* 80 Xavier* 90 Cleveland State 76 Notre Dame* 57 Detroit* 65

1985-86 (18-10, 12-3 NORTH STAR) Date Opponent Nov 23 Eastern Kentucky Nov 26 at Indiana Nov 30 Cincinnati Dec 7 Michigan Dec 11 Miami-Ohio Dec 20 at Michigan State Dec 30 at Toledo Burger King Classic (Miami, Fla.) Jan 3 vs Oklahoma Jan 4 at Miami-Fla. Jan 5 vs Soutwest Texas State Jan 10 at Western Kentucky Jan 14 Kentucky Jan 17 at Loyola* Jan 19 at DePaul* Jan 23 Butler* Jan 25 Evansville* Jan 29 Xavier* Feb 1 Cleveland State Feb 5 at Notre Dame* Feb 8 Detroit* Feb 14 Loyola* Feb 16 DePaul* Feb 19 at Butler* Feb 22 at Evansville* Feb 24 at Louisville* Feb 27 at Xavier* Mar 5 at Detroit* ot Mar 8 Notre Dame* 1986-87 (11-17, 5-4 NORTH STAR) Date Opponent Coca-Cola Classic (Bloomington, Ind.) Nov 28 vs Indiana State Nov 29 at Indiana Dec 2 Toledo Dec 4 at Tennessee Dec 10 Louisville Dec 13 at Purdue California Invitational (Berkeley, Calif.) Dec 20 vs Rice Dec 21 vs Boston College Dec 30 Michigan State ot Jan 3 Detroit* Jan 7 at Eastern Kentucky ot Jan 10 Illinois-Chicago Jan 13 Western Kentucky Jan 17 at Cincinnati Jan 24 Marquette* Jan 28 at Notre Dame* Jan 31 at Miami Feb 5 Wisconsin-Green Bay Feb 7 at Cleveland State Feb 11 Northern Illinois Feb 14 at DePaul* Feb 16 at Marquette* Feb 19 at Xavier* Feb 21 Central Michigan Feb 24 at Kentucky Feb 28 DePaul* Mar 3 Butler* Mar 7 Notre Dame*

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57 68 57 66 76 98

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1987-88 (15-13, 7-4 NORTH STAR) Date Opponent Nov 28 Holy Cross Nov 30 Bradley Illini Classic (Champaign, Ill.) Dec 4 vs Cal State-Fullerton Dec 5 vs Ball State Dec 12 Cleveland State Dec 19 at Vanderbilt Reebok Roundball Classic (Norfolk, Va.) Dec 29 at Old Dominion Dec 30 at East Carolina Jan 2 at Louisville Jan 6 Eastern Kentucky Jan 9 Valparaiso* Jan 13 at Central Michigan Jan 16 at DePaul* Jan 18 at Illinois-Chicago Jan 23 Marquette* Jan 27 at Detroit Jan 30 Northern-Illinois* Feb 3 Miami Feb 6 at Western Kentucky Feb 10 Kentucky Feb 13 at Notre Dame* Feb 15 at Valparaiso* Feb 20 Cincinnati Feb 24 Xavier* Feb 27 at Marquette Feb 29 at Northern Illinois* Mar 5 DePaul* Mar 12 Notre Dame*

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1988-89 (8-19, 7-8 MCC) Date Opponent UD Op University of Colorado Coors Classic(Boulder, Colo.) Nov 25 at Colorado 53 86 Nov 26 vs Michigan State 54 80 Dec 3 Morehead State 60 68 Dec 6 at Kentucky 59 72 Dec 10 Louisville 59 49 Dec 17 at Eastern Illinois 48 89 Dec 19 at Miami 58 67 Dec 28 Purdue 53 90 Dec 30 at Bradley 63 77 Jan 3 Vanderbilt 57 71 Jan 7 at Cincinnati 56 60 Jan 12 at Detroit* 60 69 Jan 14 at Loyola* 76 78 Jan 19 Saint Louis* 65 57 Jan 21 Evansville* 62 63 Jan 26 at Butler* 58 61 Jan 28 at Notre Dame* 57 72 Feb 2 Western Kentucky 53 55 Feb 4 Xavier* 66 54 Feb 9 Detroit* 69 59 Feb 11 Loyola* 69 73 Feb 16 at Saint Louis* 53 58 Feb 18 at Evansville* 54 52 Feb 23 Notre Dame* 67 55 Feb 25 Butler* 54 47 Mar 2 Marquette* 92 72 Mar 4 at Xavier* 68 75 1989-90 (12-16, 8-8 MCC) Date Opponent UD Op Sunshine Classic (Orlando, Fla.) Nov 24 vs Mercer 75 66 Nov 25 vs NC State 66 105 Dec 2 Miami 50 68 Dec 6 at Louisville 54 60 Dec 9 at Bowling Green 71 74 Dec 16 Cincinnati 67 54 Dec 18 Eastern Illinois 74 82 Dec 30 Kentucky 58 88 Jan 4 Wright State 93 55 Jan 6 at Morehead State 75 70 Jan 11 Marquette* 70 74 Jan 13 Loyola* ot 73 68 Jan 18 at Saint Louis* 66 54 Jan 20 at Evansville* 51 60 Jan 23 Notre Dame* 60 85 Jan 25 Butler* 55 63 Jan 27 Detroit* 78 56 Feb 1 at Western Kentucky 46 81

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS > Date Opponent UD Feb 3 at Xavier* 73 Feb 8 at Marquette* 58 Feb 10 at Loyola* 58 Feb 15 Saint Louis* 75 Feb 17 Evansville* 60 Feb 22 at Butler* ot 67 Feb 24 at Detroit* 86 Mar 1 at Notre Dame* 47 Mar 3 Xavier* 82 MCC Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 9 Notre Dame 59

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1990-91 (16-13, 10-6 MCC) Date Opponent UD Op Nov 24 Bowling Green 77 85 Nov 27 at Miami-Ohio 73 67 Lady Pirate Classic (Greenville, N.C.) Nov 30 at East Carolina 80 100 Dec 1 vs South Carolina State 40 W Dec 8 at Cincinnati 72 62 Dec 15 at Kentucky 68 95 Dec 18 at Toledo 71 83 Dec 29 Robert Morris 87 35 Jan 2 at Wright State 63 76 Jan 5 Eastern Kentucky 84 75 Jan 10 at Marquette* 70 64 Jan 12 at Loyola* 66 61 Jan 17 Saint Louis* 85 59 Jan 19 Evansville* 74 86 Jan 21 at Notre Dame* 49 79 Jan 24 at Butler* 61 75 Jan 26 at Detroit* 78 84 Feb 2 Xavier* 75 64 Feb 7 Marquette* 89 69 Feb 9 Loyola* 69 85 Feb 11 Western Kentucky 80 87 Feb 14 at Saint Louis* 83 42 Feb 16 at Evansville* 80 89 Feb 21 Butler* 82 76 Feb 23 Detroit* 81 64 Feb 26 at Xavier* 70 60 Feb 28 Notre Dame* 79 76 MCC Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 4 Detroit 70 63 Mar 8 Notre Dame 61 81 1991-92 (10-18, 4-8 MCC) Date Opponent UD Nov 23 Toledo 62 Nov 25 at Ohio State 67 Nov 30 Miami 71 Dec 4 at Bowling Green 82 Dec 7 at Robert Morris 92 Dec 14 at Eastern Kentucky 64 Dec 21 Syracuse 74 Dec 30 Eastern Michigan 82 Jan 2 Detroit* 82 Jan 4 Butler* 70 Jan 9 at Notre Dame* 2ot 70 Jan 11 Cincinnati 76 Jan 18 Xavier* 56 Jan 23 Loyola* 60 Jan 25 Virginia Tech 75 Jan 27 Marquette 79 Jan 30 at Evansville* 81 Feb 4 at Bradley 68 Feb 6 Wright State 80 Feb 8 Notre Dame* 63 Feb 10 at Virginia Tech 55 Feb 15 at Xavier* 79 Feb 20 at Loyola* 50 Feb 22 Youngstown State 65 Feb 27 Evansville* 57 Mar 5 at Detroit* 67 Mar 7 at Butler* 78 MCC Championship (Cincinnati, Ohio) Mar 12 vs Notre Dame 55

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Dec 6 vs Manhattan Dec 12 Bowling Green Dec 17 at Wright State Dec 20 St. Francis (PA) Dec 21 at Miami Dec 31 Missouri Jan 2 Xavier* Jan 4 Ohio Jan 7 Notre Dame* Jan 9 at Cincinnati Jan 14 at Duquesne* Jan 16 at LaSalle* Jan 21 Evansville* Jan 23 Butler* Jan 28 at Loyola* Jan 30 at Detroit* Feb 6 at Xavier* Feb 13 at Notre Dame* Feb 18 LaSalle* Feb 20 Duquesne* Feb 25 Butler* Feb 27 at Evansville* Mar 4 Detroit* Mar 6 Loyola* MCC Championship (Notre Dame, Ind.) Mar 8 at Notre Dame Mar 9 vs Xavier

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1993-94 (8-19, 4-8 GREAT MIDWEST) Date Opponent UD Nov 28 at St. Francis-Pa. 69 Dial Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) Dec 3 vs Miami-Fla. 53 Dec 4 at Florida State 65 Dec 11 Miami 60 Dec 18 at Michigan State 62 Dec 20 Wright State 62 Dec 22 at Ohio 61 Dec 30 UNC-Greensboro 82 Jan 4 Notre Dame 55 Jan 7 at Cincinnati* GMW 58 Jan 9 at DePaul* GMW 68 Jan 12 Arkansas 59 Jan 23 Marquette* GMW 68 Jan 25 at Butler 62 Jan 27 Memphis* GMW 62 Feb 2 at Xavier 70 Feb 5 Louisville 69 Feb 7 Saint Louis* 85 Feb 10 at Detroit 59 Feb 13 DePaul* 54 Feb 15 Alabama-Birmingham* 70 Feb 21 at Alabama-Birmingham* 62 Feb 24 at Memphis* 66 Feb 26 at Saint Louis* 73 Mar 1 Cincinnati* 92 Mar 5 at Marquette* 62 GMC Championship (Cincinnati, Ohio) Mar 9 vs Memphis 57

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1994-95 (5-22, 3-9 GREAT MIDWEST) Date Opponent UD Bowling Green Bank Classic (Bowling Green, Ky.) Nov 25 vs Mississippi 42 Nov 27 Duquesne 82 Nov 27 Rice 79 Dec 3 Michigan State 67 Dec 6 at Miami 58 Dec 10 Xavier ot 77 Dec 18 at Toledo 49 Dec 20 at Central Michigan 67 Dec 30 Morehead State 73 Jan 2 at Notre Dame 63 Jan 5 at Wright State 71 Jan 13 at Cincinnati* 60 Jan 20 at Memphis* 43 Jan 22 at Alabama-Birmingham* 67 Jan 26 at Louisville 54 Jan 29 Saint Louis* 81 Feb 3 DePaul* 79 Feb 5 Marquette* 75 Feb 10 Memphis* 66 Feb 12 Alabama-Birmingham* 74 Feb 15 Butler 44 Feb 19 at Saint Louis* 49 Feb 22 Detroit 73 2009-10 SEASON

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Feb 24 at Marquette* 67 78 Feb 26 at DePaul* 69 99 Mar 4 Cincinnati* 57 69 Great Midwest Conference Championship (Milwaukee, Wis.) Mar 9 at Marquette 66 77 1995-96 (9-18, 4-12 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent Nov 25 Saint Louis Dec 2 Miami Dec 4 at Morehead State Dec 7 Detroit Days Inn Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) Dec 15 at Georgia State Dec 16 vs Georgia Southern Dec 20 at Detroit Dec 29 Wright State Jan 2 at Arkansas Jan 6 George Washington* Jan 10 Saint Joseph’s* Jan 13 at Temple* Jan 15 at Rhode Island* Jan 18 Fordham* Jan 21 at St. Bonaventure* Jan 24 at Duquesne* Jan 27 LaSalle* Feb 3 at Xavier* Feb 7 at George Washington* Feb 11 Duquesne* Feb 13 Cincinnati Feb 15 Virginia Tech* Feb 17 at LaSalle* Feb 21 Massachusetts* Feb 24 at Virginia Tech* Feb 27 Xavier* A-10 Championship (Blacksburg, Va.) Mar 1 vs Saint Joseph’s

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1996-97 (11-16, 6-10 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Nov 23 Central Michigan 73 Nov 25 at Miami-Ohio 51 Nov 30 Kentucky 55 Dec 3 at Detroit 70 Dec 7 at Oral Roberts 58 Dec 10 at Wright State 68 Dec 14 at Cincinnati 55 Dec 21 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 79 Dec 29 at Saint Louis 70 Jan 2 Marquette 62 Jan 4 Xavier* 83 Jan 9 at Duquesne* 69 Jan 12 at La Salle* 70 Jan 16 George Washington* 60 Jan 18 Virginia Tech* 2ot 98 Jan 21 at Xavier* 73 Jan 23 at Fordham* 60 Jan 26 St. Bonaventure* 86 Jan 29 at Saint Joseph’s* 71 Feb 2 Temple* 81 Feb 6 La Salle* 57 Feb 8 Duquesne* 64 Feb 13 at Virginia Tech* 65 Feb 15 at George Washington* 42 Feb 19 Rhode Island* 83 Feb 22 at Massachusetts* 55 A-10 Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Feb 25 Fordham 65 1997-98 (10-17, 6-10 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent Nov 13 Detroit Nov 23 Oral Roberts Nov 28 at Northern Arizona Nov 30 at Arizona State Dec 6 at Kentucky Dec 10 Wright State Dec 14 Cincinnati Dec 19 Marquette Dec 21 Wisconsin-Milwaukee Dec 28 Indiana State Jan 2 at La Salle* Jan 4 at George Washington* Jan 8 Duquesne* Jan 10 Virginia Tech* Jan 13 at Xavier*

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A-10 Championship (The Liacouras Center: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 3 vs Fordham 89 51 W Mar 4 vs Saint Joseph’s 61 66 L WNIT (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 15 Florida 93 97 L 2000-01 (16-13, 9-7 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Nov 17 at Wright State 73 59 W Nov 19 Toledo 58 77 L San Antonio Tipoff Classic (San Antonio, Texas) Nov 24 vs Idaho State 60 50 W Nov 25 vs Texas-El Paso 66 39 W Nov 28 Maryland 56 53 W Dec 1 at Minnesota 56 83 L Dec 4 Saint Louis 49 52 L Dec 8 at Northern Illinois 52 61 L Dec 16 at Marquette 63 91 L Dec 18 Wright State 89 34 W Dec 21 at Arkansas 55 73 L Dec 29 at Toledo 83 73 W Jan 2 Xavier* 77 66 W Jan 6 at Duquesne* 64 78 L Jan 11 George Washington* 57 80 L Jan 13 Fordham* 68 63 W Jan 17 at Richmond* 91 84 W Jan 20 La Salle* 82 72 W Jan 23 at St. Bonaventure* 74 85 L Jan 28 at Xavier* 80 68 W Jan 31 at Massachusetts* ot 58 65 L Feb 2 at Rhode Island* 71 60 W Feb 8 Temple* 88 83 W Feb 10 Saint Joseph’s* 48 56 L Feb 15 at George Washington* 56 63 L Feb 17 at La Salle* ot 76 77 L Feb 22 Richmond* 87 89 L Feb 24 Duquesne* ot 71 69 W A-10 Championship (The Liacouras Center: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 1 vs Fordham 49 66 L 2001-02 (11-17, 8-8 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Nov 16 Cincinnati 58 70 L Virgin Islands Paradise Jam (Virgin Islands) Nov 19 vs St. Mary’s-Calif. 65 73 L Nov 20 vs Florida State 60 63 L Nov 28 #25 Maryland 56 53 W Dec 1 at Minnesota 56 83 L Dec 4 Saint Louis 49 52 L Dec 8 at Northern Illinois 52 61 L Dec 16 at Marquette 63 91 L Dec 18 Wright State 89 34 W Dec 21 at Arkansas 55 73 L Dec 29 at Toledo 83 53 W Jan 2 Xavier* 77 66 W Jan 6 at Duquesne* 64 78 L Jan 11 George Washington* 57 80 L Jan 13 Fordham* 68 63 W Jan 17 at Richmond* 91 84 W Jan 20 La Salle* 82 72 W Jan 23 at St. Bonaventure* 74 85 L Jan 28 at Xavier* 80 68 W Jan 31 at Massachusetts* ot 58 65 L Feb 2 at Rhode Island* 71 60 W Feb 8 Temple* 88 83 W Feb 10 Saint Joseph’s* 48 56 L Feb 15 at George Washington* 56 63 L Feb 17 at La Salle* ot 76 77 L Feb 22 Richmond 87 89 L Feb 24 Duquesne ot 71 69 W A-10 Championship (The Liacouras Center: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 1 vs Fordham 49 66 L 2002-03 (14-14, 7-9 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Nov 22 at Saint Louis 54 74 L Nov 24 Marquette 80 62 W Nov 27 at Cincinnati 48 73 L

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Date Opponent UD Op W/L John Ascuaga’s Nugget Classic (Reno, Nev.) Nov 30 vs Eastern Michigan 73 68 W Dec 1 vs Eastern Washington 67 63 W Dec 4 at Wright State 84 72 W Dec 7 at Drake 79 72 W Dec 15 Northern Illinois 78 67 W Dec 17 at Northwestern ot 56 49 W Dec 30 Minnesota 64 83 L Jan 3 San Diego 66 76 L Jan 7 Xavier* 82 65 W Jan 10 La Salle* 61 72 L Jan 12 Duquesne* 67 55 W Jan 17 at Saint Joseph’s* 60 61 L Jan 19 at Richmond* 60 79 L Jan 24 Rhode Island* 56 53 W Jan 26 Massachusetts* 68 60 W Jan 31 at Fordham* 78 67 W Feb 2 at Duquesne* 59 72 L Feb 7 George Washington* 53 80 L Feb 9 Richmond* 61 59 W Feb 13 at La Salle* 69 70 L Feb 15 at Temple* 51 63 L Feb 20 at George Washington* 52 89 L Feb 23 St. Bonaventure* 71 66 W Mar 2 at Xavier* 64 72 L A-10 Championship (The Ryan Center: Kingston, R.I.) Mar 6 at Rhode Island 57 62 L 2003-04 (3-25, 1-15 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Air Force Classic (Colorado Springs, Colo.) Nov 21 vs Boise State 73 71 W Nov 22 vs Texas Pan-American 57 63 L Nov 26 Northwestern 47 49 L Nov 29 Drake 46 54 L Dec 3 Toledo 65 73 L Dec 6 Cincinnati 40 62 L Dec 9 Wright State 70 58 W Dec 13 at Notre Dame 41 78 L Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) Dec 20 vs Pennsylvania 69 90 L Dec 21 vs St. John’s 61 73 L Dec 29 at Marquette 61 73 L Jan 3 Richmond* 51 66 L Jan 5 George Washington* 51 71 L Jan 9 at Duquesne* 59 75 L Jan 11 at Massachusetts* 68 78 L Jan 16 Fordham* ot 70 67 W Jan 18 Saint Joseph’s* 59 68 L Jan 23 at Rhode Island* 43 48 L Jan 25 at St. Bonaventure* 63 74 L Jan 30 Xavier* 67 71 L Feb 6 Temple* 55 58 L Feb 8 La Salle* 62 65 L Feb 13 at Richmond* 44 67 L Feb 15 at George Washington* 62 80 L Feb 19 Duquesne* 58 74 L Feb 22 at La Salle* 63 81 L Feb 27 at Xavier* 50 62 L A-10 Championship (Alumni Memorial: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 5 vs Rhode Island 49 69 L 2004-05 (12-16, 6-10 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Nov 19 at Akron 66 56 W Nov 21 Chicago State 55 56 L Nov 23 at Cleveland State 73 62 W Nov 27 at Toledo 62 50 W Dec 1 at Cincinnati 54 65 L Dec 4 Ohio State 75 42 L Dec 7 at Wright State ot 65 55 W Dec 9 Notre Dame 39 65 L Dec 18 Detroit 87 55 W Florida International Sun & Fun Classic ( Miami, Fla.) Dec 28 vs Brown 63 51 W Dec 29 at Florida International 44 68 L Jan 3 Xavier* 51 64 L Jan 7 at Richmond* 57 65 L Jan 9 at Saint Joseph’s* 78 70 W Jan 14 George Washington* 41 69 L Jan 16 Rhode Island* 66 61 W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS > Jan 21 at La Salle* 61 67 L Jan 23 at Fordham* 63 50 Jan 27 at Xavier* 54 73 Jan 30 Duquesne* 55 54 Feb 6 at George Washington* 59 71 Feb 11 Massachusetts* 30 52 Feb 13 La Salle* 75 65 Feb 18 at Duquesne* 51 59 Feb 20 at Temple* 58 69 Feb 25 St. Bonaventure* 55 41 Feb 27 Richmond* ot 77 78 A-10 Championship (Smith Center: Washington, D.C.) Mar 4 Fordham 45 49

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2005-06 (17-12, 8-8 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Nov 18 Akron 61 54 W Nov 21 at Chicago State 65 79 L Nov 22 at Loyola-Chicago 82 57 W Nov 30 at #4/4 Ohio State 31 73 L Dec 6 Wright State 63 59 W Dec 9 Cleveland State 67 59 W Dec 17 at Long Island 61 46 W Dec 20 Tennessee-Martin 76 62 W Dec 22 Cincinnati 55 65 L Tulane Basketball Classic (New Orleans,La.) Dec 28 vs Toledo 79 77 W Dec 29 vs Samford 68 59 W Jan 4 at Massachusetts* 57 51 W Jan 6 at George Washington* 64 75 L Jan 8 Saint Louis* 95 73 W Jan 13 at Duquesne* 67 55 W Jan 15 Richmond* 67 52 W Jan 19 Xavier* 70 87 L Jan 27 Rhode Island* 62 51 W Jan 29 at Fordham* 72 67 W Feb 3 Charlotte* 74 86 L Feb 5 St. Bonaventure* 66 63 W Feb 10 at La Salle* 50 62 L Feb 12 at Saint Joseph’s* 65 66 L Feb 17 at Saint Louis* 72 67 W Feb 19 #23/22 Temple* 36 70 L Feb 24 Duquesne* 55 70 L Feb 26 at Xavier* 64 71 L A-10 Championship (SJU Alumni Fieldhouse: Philadelphia, PA) Mar 3 Rhode Island 71 63 W Mar 4 #22/20 Temple 55 70 L 2006-07 (12-18, 6-8 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Cardinal Classic (Louisville, Ky.) Nov 10 at Louisville 54 81 L Nov 11 vs Memphis 96 71 W Nov 12 vs Winthrop 55 42 W Nov 16 at Cincinnati 60 65 L Nov 19 at Indiana 71 98 L Nov 21 Drexel 62 46 W Nov 26 at Akron 58 57 W Nov 30 at Tennessee-Martin ot 52 53 L Dec 2 Long Island 63 67 L Dec 6 Loyola-Chicago 69 73 L Dec 19 at Clemson 69 77 L Dec 22 at Wright State 59 60 L Blue Sky Classic (Hanover, NH) Dec 29 vs Boston University 74 77 L Dec 30 at Dartmouth 71 76 L Jan 3 St. Francis (PA) 87 66 W Jan 9 Xavier* 54 71 L Jan 12 at Charlotte* 70 82 L Jan 14 at Saint Louis* 74 67 W Jan 21 Fordham* 69 38 W Jan 26 #11/12 George Washington* 57 70 L Jan 28 Duquesne* 77 60 W Feb 2 at St. Bonaventure* 63 70 L Feb 4 at Temple* 50 68 L Feb 8 La Salle* 59 57 W Feb 11 at Xavier* 52 80 L Feb 15 at Rhode Island* 77 65 W Feb 17 Saint Joseph’s* 78 77 W Feb 22 Massachusetts* 58 66 L Feb 25 at Richmond* 63 66 L

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A-10 Championship (Cintas Center: Cincinnati, OH) Mar 2 vs La Salle 57 43 W Mar 3 vs #8/9 George Washington 45 61 L 2007-08 (25-9, 9-5 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Women’s Sports Foundation Tournament (Albuquerque, NM) Nov 9 vs Northwestern ot 70 76 L Nov 10 at New Mexico 64 72 L Nov 11 vs Western Michigan 88 63 W Nov 17 at Loyola Chicago 82 54 W Nov 19 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 56 55 W Nov 25 at San Diego 68 67 W Nov 29 Cincinnati 69 53 W Dec 2 Akron 85 64 W Dec 5 Indiana 67 59 W Dec 8 at Drexel 60 50 W Dec 16 Wright State 65 46 W Dec 18 Clemson 81 43 W Dec 21 at Eastern Michigan 59 57 W Dayton Flyer Classic (Dayton, OH) Dec 29 Cornell 74 58 W Dec 30 Central Michigan 86 71 W Jan 2 at Saint Francis (PA) 80 64 W Jan 12 Temple * 62 49 W Jan 16 at La Salle* 45 43 W Jan 19 at Duquesne* 69 83 L Jan 22 Charlotte* 51 64 L Jan 26 at Saint Joseph’s 56 54 W Jan 29 at #16/13 George Washington* 73 81 L Feb 3 St. Bonaventure* 64 51 W Feb 9 at Fordham* 56 39 W Feb 14 Xavier* 44 43 W Feb 17 Rhode Island* 63 50 W Feb 20 Richmond* 66 68 L Feb 23 at Massachusetts* 46 56 L Feb 27 at Xavier* 68 58 W Mar 1 Saint Louis* 85 75 W A-10 Championship (Alumni Memorial; Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 7 vs Massachusetts 57 51 W Mar 8 vs Charlotte 77 53 W Mar 9 vs Temple 52 64 L WNIT (Anderson Arena; Bowling Green, Oh.) Mar 20 at Bowling Green 52 64 L

A-10 Championship (Halton Arena; Charlotte, NC) Mar 6 vs Saint Louis 74 52 Mar 7 vs #16/15 Xavier 2ot 63 60 Mar 8 vs Richmond 54 48 WNIT First Round (O’Rena; Rochester, Mich.) Mar 19 at Oakland 70 55 WNIT Second Round (Assembly Hall; Bloomington, Ind.) Mar 22 at Indiana 57 59

2008-09 (21-14, 7-7 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L World Vision Classic (Erwin Center; Austin, Tx.) Nov 15 at #13 Texas 40 66 L Nov 16 vs #25 Old Dominion 58 70 L Nov 17 vs Saint Mary’s 68 62 W Nov 21 at Butler 69 40 W Nov 25 at Navy ot 64 58 W Buckeye Classic (St. John Arena; Columbus, Oh.) Nov 29 vs Central Michigan 78 76 W Nov 30 at #20/21 Ohio State 61 76 L Dec 3 at Cincinnati 59 56 W Dec 6 at Penn State 67 66 W Dec 10 Miami ot 66 69 L Dec 12 Chicago State 75 70 W Dec 21 at Wright State 59 56 W Dec 23 Loyola Chicago 85 55 W Dayton Flyer Classic (UD Arena; Dayton, Oh.) Dec 28 Lipscomb 76 36 W Dec 29 Bowling Green 68 77 L Jan 4 Eastern Michigan 61 54 W Jan 10 at Saint Louis* 73 68 W Jan 17 Xavier* 57 78 L Jan 21 Duquesne* 77 57 W Jan 24 at Charlotte* 57 60 L Jan 28 George Washington* 52 64 L Jan 31 at Temple* 52 62 L Feb 4 at St. Bonaventure* 45 55 L Feb 10 Fordham* 82 45 W Feb 15 at #21/19 Xavier* 57 78 L Feb 21 La Salle* 71 49 W Feb 26 at Rhode Island* 46 36 W Mar 1 vs Saint Joseph’s* 84 57 W

NCAAWomen’s Basketball Championship(Thompson-Boling Arena:Knoxville, TN)

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2009-2010 (25-8, 11-3 ATLANTIC 10) Date Opponent UD Op W/L Nov 13 Michigan State 77 74 W Nov 15 Louisville 63 65 L Purdue BTI Classic (MacKay Arena: West Lafayette, IN) Nov 20 vs Georgetown 62 59 W Nov 21 at Purdue 56 53 W Nov 22 vs Seattle 75 37 W Nov 28 at Chicago State 82 51 W Nov 30 at UIC 73 46 W Dec 4 Milwaukee-Wisconsin 86 52 W Dec 6 Wright State 79 58 W Dec 9 at Toledo 65 68 L Dec 12 at Miami 84 75 W Dec 21 Butler 2ot 84 81 W Blue Sky Classic (Leede Arena: Hanover, NH) Dec 29 vs Vermont 65 74 L Dec 30 at Dartmouth 57 36 W Jan 5 Navy 84 54 W Jan 9 at George Washington* 59 55 W Jan 16 St. Bonaventure* 76 65 W Jan 20 at Saint Joseph’s* 62 68 L Jan 23 Richmond* 83 31 W Jan 27 at Duquesne* 75 53 W Jan 30 at Xavier* 49 74 L Feb 3 Charlotte* 70 55 W Feb 7 Saint Louis* 73 54 W Feb 11 at Fordham* 72 42 W Feb 13 at Massachusetts* 74 60 W Feb 17 Xavier* ot 79 80 L Feb 20 Temple* 71 63 W Feb 24 Rhode Island* 75 56 W Feb 27 at La Salle* 62 46 W A-10 Championship(The Show Place Arena: Upper Marlboro, MD) Mar 6 vs St. Bonaventure 83 66 W Mar 7 vs Temple ot 64 67 L Mar 20 vs TCU Mar 22 at Tennessee

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SERIES RECORDS > Opponent Adrian Air Force Akron Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) Arizona State Arkansas Ashland Auburn Augustana Ball State Boise State Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Bradley Brown Butler California Poly-Pomona California State-Bakersfield California State-Fullerton California State (Pa.) Capital Cedarville Central Florida Central Michigan Charleston College Charleston, Univ. of Charlotte Chicago State Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State Colorado Cornell Dartmouth Defiance DePaul Detroit Drake Drexel Duke Duquesne Earlham East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Edinboro State Evansville Florida Florida International Florida State Fordham Francis Marion Franklin Georgetown George Washington Grand Valley State Greenville Hanover Harvard High Point Holy Cross Idaho State Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana Indiana State IUPUI Iowa Wesleyan Jackson State Kent State Kentucky La Salle Lewis Lipscomb Long Island Louisiana College Louisville Loyola Chicago Manhattan Marietta Marquette Marshall Maryland Massachusetts Memphis Mercer Miami (Ohio)

W L First Game Most Recent Home Away Streak 1 0 3/8/79 3/8/79 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 3/20/79 3/20/79 0-0 0-0 W1 7 1 3/27/71 12/02/07 4-1 2-0 W6 1 3 2/15/94 2/12/95 1-1 0-2 W1 0 1 11/30/97 11/30/97 0-0 0-1 L1 0 4 1/12/94 12/21/01 0-2 0-2 L4 5 5 2/8/75 2/10/79 0-0 0-0 W2 1 0 12/16/78 12/16/78 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/25/84 12/25/84 0-0 0-0 W1 5 1 2/25/79 12/3/83 3-0 2-1 W2 1 0 11/21/03 11/21/03 0-0 0-0 W1 0 1 12/21/87 12/21/87 0-0 0-0 L1 0 1 12/29/06 12/29/06 0-0 0-1 L1 10 13 3/8/69 12/29/08 7-9 3-4 L5 2 2 11/30/87 12/1/92 2-0 0-2 W1 1 0 12/28/04 12/28/04 0-0 0-0 W1 15 8 3/13/81 12/21/09 7-5 5-3 W2 1 1 3/18/80 3/19/83 1-0 0-1 L1 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 12/4/87 12/4/87 0-0 0-0 L1 1 0 3/15/80 3/15/80 0-0 0-0 W1 5 1 1/27/75 1/23/78 0-0 0-0 W2 13 6 2/2/70 3/2/79 0-0 0-0 W5 1 0 2/13/81 2/13/81 0-0 1-0 W1 3 4 3/21/69 11/29/08 2-1 1-2 W3 1 0 3/23/80 3/23/80 0-0 0-0 W1 7 1 3/10/77 1/14/84 3-1 1-0 W2 1 5 2/3/06 2/3/10 1-2 0-2 W1 2 2 11/21/04 11/28/09 1-1 1-1 W2 23 23 3/6/71 12/03/08 12-9 11-13 W3 1 0 12/18/07 12/18/07 1-0 0-0 W1 7 1 12/30/82 12/9/05 4-0 3-0 W7 0 1 11/25/88 11/25/88 0-0 0-1 L1 1 0 12/29/07 12/29/07 1-0 0-0 W1 1 1 12/30/06 12/30/09 0-0 0-0 W1 4 0 3/2/72 3/2/79 0-0 0-0 W4 9 7 2/9/80 2/26/95 5-3 4-4 L3 18 12 12/18/78 12/18/04 12-3 6-9 W2 1 1 12/7/02 11/29/03 0-1 1-0 L1 2 0 11/21/06 12/08/07 1-0 1-0 W2 1 0 1/3/81 1/3/81 1-0 0-0 W1 12 17 1/14/93 1/27/10 9-6 3-11 W2 4 0 1/25/73 1/19/77 0-0 0-0 W4 0 2 12/30/87 11/30/90 0-0 0-1 L2 0 1 12/31/84 12/31/84 0-0 0-0 L1 3 4 12/18/79 12/18/89 1-2 1-2 L4 8 12 2/15/69 12/4/91 4-5 4-7 L1 6 0 12/19/78 1/04/09 3-0 3-0 W6 1 0 12/1/02 12/1/02 0-0 0-0 W1 0 1 12/7/79 12/7/79 0-0 0-0 L1 7 8 2/20/84 2/27/93 2-5 5-3 L3 0 1 3/15/00 3/15/00 0-1 0-0 L1 1 1 12/31/83 12/29/04 0-0 1-1 L1 0 2 12/4/93 11/20/01 0-0 0-1 L2 15 4 1/21/96 2/11/10 7-1 8-3 W5 0 1 3/24/77 3/24/77 0-0 0-0 L1 2 0 3/6/80 3/13/81 0-0 0-0 W2 1 0 11/20/09 11/20/09 0-0 0-0 W1 1 24 1/6/96 1/9/10 0-12 1-12 W1 1 0 3/11/78 3/11/78 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 3/9/79 3/9/79 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 1/20/69 1/20/69 0-0 0-0 W1 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 3/21/97 3/21/97 0-0 0-0 W1 0 1 11/28/87 11/28/87 0-1 0-0 L1 1 0 11/24/00 11/24/00 0-0 0-0 W1 2 0 12/29/79 1/17/81 1-0 1-0 W2 5 0 2/10/83 11/30/09 2-0 3-0 W5 2 1 1/15/80 2/10/82 2-0 0-1 W1 3 7 12/2/78 3/22/09 2-2 1-5 L1 5 2 12/19/79 12/2/98 1-1 3-1 L2 2 0 12/13/98 1/2/01 2-0 0-0 W2 1 0 3/20/69 3/20/69 0-0 0-0 W1 0 1 12/28/84 12/28/84 0-0 0-0 L1 6 3 2/1/69 12/1/79 3-1 3-1 W4 3 16 3/10/71 12/6/97 2-6 1-10 L1 13 15 1/16/93 2/27/10 7-6 6-8 W5 1 0 1/12/80 1/12/80 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/28/08 12/28/08 1-0 0-0 W1 1 1 12/17/05 12/02/06 0-1 1-0 L1 1 0 3/21/80 3/21/80 0-0 0-0 W1 5 7 2/4/78 11/15/09 3-3 2-4 L3 13 9 1/16/82 12/23/08 7-4 6-5 W2 1 0 12/6/92 12/6/92 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 3/3/77 3/3/77 0-0 0-0 W1 12 14 2/5/83 12/29/03 8-7 4-7 L1 5 0 2/4/80 12/19/89 2-0 3-0 W5 1 1 11/29/00 11/28/01 1-0 0-1 W1 7 10 2/21/96 2/13/10 2-5 5-5 W3 1 5 1/27/94 11/11/06 0-2 1-2 W1 1 0 11/24/90 11/24/90 0-0 0-0 W1 20 15 2/18/69 12/12/09 11-8 8-8 W1

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Opponent Miami (Fla.) Michigan Michigan State Midland Lutheran Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri Monmouth Morehead State Mount St. Joseph Mount Union Navy New Mexico Niagara North Carolina-Greensboro North Carolina State North Dakota State Northeast Louisiana Northern Illinois Northern Kentucky Northern Michigan Northwest Missouri State Northwestern Notre Dame Oakland Ohio Dominican Ohio Northern Ohio State Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Old Dominion Penn State Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Princeton Purdue Quinnipiac Radford Rhode Island Rice Richmond Robert Morris Saginaw Valley St. Bonaventure St. Cloud State St. Francis (Pa.) St. John’s Saint Joseph’s St. Joseph’s College Saint Louis St. Mary’s (Calif.) St. Mary’s (Texas) Salisbury State Samford San Diego San Diego St. Seattle Seton Hall Slippery Rock South Carolina State South Dakota Southeastern Louisiana Southern Illinois Edwardsville Southwest Texas State Syracuse Temple Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Texas Texas Christian (TCU) Texas-El Paso (UTEP) Toledo Tuskegee Valparaiso Vanderbilt Vermont Virginia Union Virginia Tech Western Kentucky Western Michigan West Virginia Wilmington Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wittenberg Wooster Wright State Wyoming Xavier Youngstown State

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W L First Game Most Recent Home Away Streak 0 3 2/15/81 12/3/94 0-0 0-2 L3 5 2 1/8/79 12/7/85 3-1 2-1 W1 3 5 12/20/85 11/13/09 3-1 0-3 W2 0 1 3/22/78 3/22/78 0-0 0-0 L1 0 2 12/1/01 12/30/02 0-1 0-1 L2 0 1 11/25/94 11/25/94 0-0 0-0 L1 1 0 12/28/81 12/28/81 0-0 0-0 W1 0 1 12/31/92 12/31/92 0-1 0-0 L1 0 1 12/28/82 12/28/82 0-0 0-0 L1 6 4 2/5/77 12/4/95 4-1 2-3 L1 13 4 2/26/69 1/28/81 0-0 0-0 W9 1 0 3/1/79 3/1/79 0-0 0-0 W1 2 0 11/25/08 1/5/10 1-0 1-0 W2 0 1 11/10/07 11/10/07 0-0 0-1 L1 1 0 3/22/79 3/22/79 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/30/93 12/30/93 1-0 0-0 W1 0 1 11/25/89 11/25/89 0-0 0-0 L1 1 0 12/29/83 12/29/83 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/29/81 12/29/81 0-0 0-0 W1 2 3 2/11/87 12/15/02 2-1 0-2 W1 6 3 2/16/76 2/2/84 0-0 0-0 W2 1 0 3/7/80 3/7/80 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 3/10/84 3/10/84 0-0 0-0 W1 2 4 1/26/80 11/09/07 1-1 1-3 L2 6 22 3/6/83 12/9/04 3-11 3-10 L4 2 0 3/12/83 3/19/09 0-0 2-0 W2 8 0 3/3/69 1/31/78 0-0 0-0 W8 9 1 2/8/73 1/5/84 0-0 0-0 W9 3 12 2/4/69 11/30/08 1-4 2-8 L7 10 3 2/27/71 12/22/94 7-0 3-3 L1 3 0 3/1/73 3/2/78 0-0 0-0 W3 0 1 1/3/86 1/3/86 0-0 0-0 L1 0 2 12/29/87 11/16/08 0-0 0-2 L2 1 0 12/6/08 12/6/08 0-0 1-0 W1 0 1 12/20/03 12/20/03 0-0 0-0 L1 1 0 12/30/82 12/30/82 0-0 0-0 W1 0 1 12/21/98 12/21/98 0-0 0-1 L1 6 4 2/2/79 11/21/09 3-2 2-2 W1 1 0 11/21/98 11/21/98 1-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/5/92 12/5/92 0-0 0-0 W1 15 4 1/15/96 2/24/10 8-0 7-3 W7 1 1 12/20/86 1/29/94 1-0 0-0 W1 4 10 1/17/02 1/23/10 3-4 1-5 W1 2 0 12/29/90 12/7/91 1-0 1-0 W2 1 0 3/11/77 3/11/77 0-0 0-0 W1 9 8 1/21/96 3/6/10 7-2 1-6 W2 1 0 3/15/84 3/15/84 0-0 0-0 W1 4 0 12/20/92 1/2/08 2-0 2-0 W4 1 0 12/29/84 12/29/84 0-0 0-0 W1 8 11 12/9/79 1/20/10 2-4 5-7 L1 3 0 n/a n/a n/a n/a W3 17 6 1/19/89 2/7/10 9-2 8-4 W7 1 1 11/19/01 11/19/01 0-0 0-0 L1 1 0 11/17/08 11/17/08 0-0 1-0 W1 1 0 3/23/77 3/23/77 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/29/05 12/29/05 0-0 1-0 W1 1 2 11/27/99 11/25/07 0-1 1-1 W1 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 11/22/09 11/22/09 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 3/23/78 3/23/78 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/31/81 12/31/81 0-0 0-0 W1 1 1 3/23/79 12/1/90 0-0 0-0 W1 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2/22/77 3/24/78 0-0 0-0 L2 1 0 1/28/84 1/28/84 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 1/5/86 1/5/86 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 12/21/91 12/21/91 1-0 0-0 W1 10 10 1/13/96 3/7/10 6-3 4-6 L1 0 2 12/4/86 3/22/10 0-0 0-2 L2 1 2 12/20/05 11/30/06 1-0 0-2 L1 0 1 11/18/08 11/18/08 0-0 0-1 L1 1 0 3/20/10 3/20/10 0-0 0-0 W1 1 0 11/25/00 11/25/00 0-0 0-0 W1 8 8 12/27/80 12/9/09 3-4 5-4 L1 0 1 3/20/81 3/20/81 0-0 0-0 L1 2 0 1/9/88 2/15/88 1-0 1-0 W2 0 4 12/19/87 12/30/99 0-2 0-2 L4 0 1 12/29/09 12/29/09 0-0 0-0 L1 0 1 3/22/84 3/22/84 0-0 0-0 L1 2 11 1/25/92 2/27/00 1-5 1-5 L1 1 10 12/9/80 2/11/91 0-6 1-4 L7 1 0 11/11/07 11/11/07 0-0 1-0 W1 1 0 12/8/79 12/8/79 0-0 0-0 W1 6 0 2/8/69 1/19/76 0-0 0-0 W6 2 0 2/5/87 2/5/87 1-0 0-0 W1 3 1 12/21/96 12/4/09 2-1 1-0 W2 2 1 3/4/69 1/16/78 0-0 0-0 W2 6 1 3/28/71 3/3/78 0-0 0-0 W3 30 4 2/4/74 12/6/09 19-0 11-4 W2 1 0 11/26/99 11/26/99 0-0 1-0 W1 32 24 2/23/72 02/17/10 18-12 14-12 L2 0 1 2/22/92 2/22/92 0-1 0-0 L1

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS > AIR FORCE 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 20, 1979 Fargo, N.D. AIAW 84 71 W AIAW / Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women Tournament AKRON 7-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 27, 1971 Dayton, Ohio 35 29 W Mar 2, 1973 Dayton, Ohio 26 35 L Jan 12, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 110 26 W Feb 29, 1980 Cincinnati, Ohio OAISW 99 59 W Nov 19, 2004 Akron, Ohio 66 56 W Nov 18, 2005 Dayton, Ohio 61 54 W Nov 26, 2006 Akron, Ohio 58 57 W Dec 2, 2007 UD Arena 85 64 W OAISW / Ohio Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women Tournament

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BROWN 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 28, 2005 Miami, Fla. FSC 63 51 W FSC / Florida International Sun & Fun Classic

BUTLER 15-8 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 13, 1981 Franklin, Ohio MAIAW 74 70 W Mar 2, 1983 Dayton, Ohio 78 67 W Mar 11, 1983 Oakland, Mich. NCAA 71 69 W Feb 15, 1984 Indianapolis, Ind. 103 66 W Jan 22, 1985 UD Arena 70 51 W Feb 20, 1985 Indianapolis, Ind. 79 70 W Jan 23, 1986 UD Arena 83 60 W Feb 19, 1986 Indianapolis, Ind. 78 55 W Mar 3, 1987 UD Arena 53 69 L ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM (UAB) 1-3 Jan 26, 1989 Indianapolis, Ind. 61 58 W Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 25, 1989 UD Arena 54 47 W Feb 15, 1994 UD Arena 70 93 L Jan 25, 1990 UD Arena 55 63 L Feb 21, 1994 Birmingham, Ala. 62 83 L Feb 22, 1990 Indianapolis, Ind. 67 65 W Jan 22, 1995 Birmingham, Ala. 67 71 L Jan 24, 1991 Indianapolis, Ind. 61 75 L Feb 12, 1995 UD Arena 74 56 W Feb 21, 1991 UD Arena 82 76 W Jan 4, 1992 UD Arena 70 62 W ARIZONA STATE 0-1 Mar 7, 1992 Indianapolis, Ind. 78 84 L Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 23, 1993 UD Arena 65 72 L Nov 30, 1997 Tempe, Ariz. 55 68 L Feb 25, 1993 UD Arena 71 82 L Jan 25, 1994 Indianapolis, Ind. 62 72 L ARKANSAS 0-4 Feb 15, 1995 UD Arena 44 58 L Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 21, 2008 Indianapolis, Ind. 69 49 W Jan 12, 1994 UD Arena 59 76 L Dec 21, 2009 UD Arena 2ot 84 81 W Jan 2, 1996 Fayetteville, Ark. 53 70 L MAIAW / Midwest Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Dec 7, 2000 UD Arena 77 80 L Women Tournament Dec 21, 2001 Fayetteville, Ark. 55 73 L NCAA / NCAA Division II Tournament AUBURN 1-0 CALIFORNIA STATE-FULLERTON 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 16, 1978 Lexington, Ky. UKIT 75 54 W Dec 4, 1987 Champaign, Ill. ICT 33 64 L UKIT / University of Kentucky Invitation Tournament ICT / Illini Classic BALL STATE 5-1 CENTRAL FLORIDA 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 25, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 95 47 W Feb 13, 1981 Orlando, Fla. 101 72 W Feb 8, 1980 Muncie, Ind. 102 60 W Feb 7, 1981 Dayton, Ohio 99 73 W CENTRAL MICHIGAN 3-4 Feb 5, 1982 Muncie, Ind. 53 56 L Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 1, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 74 67 W Mar 21, 1969 West Chester, Pa. NIT 43 49 L Dec 3, 1983 Muncie, Ind. 93 66 W Feb 21, 1987 UD Arena 59 80 L Jan 13, 1988 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 64 73 L BOISE STATE 1-0 Dec 20, 1994 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 67 77 L Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 11, 1996 UD Arena 73 68 W Nov 21, 2003 Colorado Springs, Colo. AFC 73 71 W Dec 30, 2007 UD Arena DFC 86 71 W AFC/Air Force Classic Nov 29, 2008 Columbus, Oh. BC 78 76 W NIT / National Invitational Tournament BOSTON COLLEGE 0-1 DFC/Dayton Flyer Classic Date Location UD Op W/L BC/Buckeye Classic Dec 21, 1986 Berkeley, Calif. CIT 59 61 L CIT / California Invitational CHARLOTTE 1-5 Date Location UD Op W/L BOSTON UNIVERSITY 0-1 Feb 3, 2006 UD Arena 74 86 L Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 12, 2007 Charlotte, NC 70 82 L Dec 29, 2006 Hanover, NH BSC 74 77 L Jan 22, 2008 UD Arena 51 64 L BSC / Blue Sky Classic Mar 8, 2008 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 53 77 L Jan 24, 2008 Charlotte, NC 57 60 L BOWLING GREEN 10-13 Feb 3, 2010 UD Arena 70 55 W Date Location UD Op W/L A10/Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament Mar 8, 1969 Dayton, Ohio 50 38 W Feb 28, 1970 Dayton, Ohio 39 45 L CHICAGO STATE 2-2 Feb 27, 1971 Dayton, Ohio 47 40 W Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 26, 1971 Dayton, Ohio ST 30 52 L Nov 21, 2004 UD Arena 55 56 L Feb 26, 1972 Dayton, Ohio 36 50 L Nov 21, 2005 Chicago, IL 65 79 L Feb 25, 1973 Dayton, Ohio 35 38 L Dec 12, 2008 UD Arena 75 70 W Feb 23, 1974 Dayton, Ohio 46 56 L Nov 28, 2009 Chicago, IL 82 51 W Feb 22, 1975 Dayton, Ohio 59 68 L Feb 14, 1976 Bowling Green, Ohio 49 69 L CINCINNATI 23-23 Feb 12, 1977 Dayton, Ohio 72 62 W Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 18, 1978 Bowling Green, Ohio 80 57 W Mar 6, 1971 Cincinnati, Ohio 42 36 W Jan 27, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 75 35 W Feb 29, 1972 Cedarville, Ohio OVLT 47 25 W Jan 11, 1980 Bowling Green, Ohio 74 53 W Feb 5, 1973 Dayton, Ohio 39 34 W Feb 20, 1981 Dayton, Ohio 77 70 W Feb 12, 1974 Cincinnati, Ohio OVLT 43 56 L Mar 1, 1982 Bowling Green, Ohio ot 71 77 L Feb 19, 1974 Cincinnati, Ohio 45 41 W Dec 11, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 72 68 W Feb 18, 1975 Cincinnati, Ohio 57 41 W Dec 10, 1983 Bowling Green, Ohio 69 52 W Feb 10, 1976 Dayton, Ohio OVLT 70 76 L Dec 1, 1984 Dayton, Ohio 71 60 W Feb 17, 1976 Cincinnati, Ohio 64 85 L Dec 9, 1989 Bowling Green, Ohio 71 74 L Mar 9, 1976 Dayton, Ohio 67 71 L Nov 24, 1990 UD Arena 77 85 L Jan 12, 1977 Cincinnati, Ohio 77 74 W Dec 4, 1991 Bowling Green, Ohio 82 103 L Feb 8, 1977 Cincinnati, Ohio OVLT 72 79 L Dec 12, 1992 UD Arena 68 94 L Feb 11, 1978 Dayton, Ohio 82 71 W Dec 29, 2008 UD Arena DFC 68 77 L Dec 11, 1978 Dayton, Ohio 75 45 W ST / State Tournament Jan 6, 1979 Cincinnati, Ohio 63 48 W DFC/Dayton Flyer Classic Jan 9, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 59 42 W Dec 30, 1981 Cincinnati, Ohio 92 89 W BRADLEY 2-2 Jan 6, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 49 62 L Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 12, 1983 Cincinnati, Ohio 50 70 L Nov 30, 1987 UD Arena 88 69 W Jan 11, 1984 Dayton, Ohio 63 68 L Dec 30, 1988 Peoria, Ill. 63 77 L Jan 15, 1985 Cincinnati, Ohio 66 67 L

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Nov 30, 1985 UD Arena Jan 17, 1987 Cincinnati, Ohio Feb 20, 1988 UD Arena Jan 7, 1989 Cincinnati, Ohio Dec 16, 1989 UD Arena Dec 8, 1990 Cincinnati, Ohio Jan 11, 1992 UD Arena Jan 9, 1993 Cincinnati, Ohio Jan 7, 1994 Cincinnati, Ohio Mar 1, 1994 UD Arena Jan 13, 1995 Cincinnati, Ohio Mar 4, 1995 UD Arena Feb 13, 1996 UD Arena Dec 14, 1996 Cincinnati, Ohio Dec 14, 1997 UD Arena Nov 28, 1998 Cincinnati, Ohio Dec 1, 1999 UD Arena Dec 20, 2000 Cincinnati, Ohio Nov 16, 2001 UD Arena Nov 27, 2002 Cincinnati, Ohio Dec 6, 2003 UD Arena Dec 1, 2004 Cincinnati, Ohio Dec 22, 2005 UD Arena Nov 16, 2006 Cincinnati, Ohio Nov 29, 2007 UD Arena Dec 3, 2008 Cincinnati, Ohio OVLT / Ohio Valley League Tournament

80 53 49 56 67 72 76 68 58 92 60 57 75 55 67 53 63 69 58 48 40 54 55 60 69 59

64 63 62 60 54 62 67 66 61 71 56 69 64 69 64 71 50 79 70 73 62 65 65 65 53 56

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

CLEMSON 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 18, 2007 UD Arena 81 43 W CLEVELAND STATE 7-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 29, 1982 Miami, Fla. DC 60 73 L Jan 17, 1984 UD Arena ot 103 100 W Mar 2, 1985 Cleveland, Ohio 76 67 W Feb 1, 1986 UD Arena 95 51 W Feb 7, 1987 Cleveland, Ohio 84 73 W Dec 12, 1987 UD Arena 77 72 W Nov 23, 2004 Cleveland, Ohio 73 62 W Dec 9, 2005 UD Arena 67 59 W DC / Dial Classic COLORADO 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 25, 1988 Boulder, Colo. UCCC 53 86 L UCCC / University of Colorado Coors Classic CORNELL 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 29, 2007 UD Arena DFC 74 58 W DFC/Dayton Flyer Classic DARTMOUTH 1-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 30, 2006 Hanover, NH BSC 71 76 L Dec 30, 2009 Hanover, NH BSC 57 36 W BSC / Blue Sky Classic DEPAUL 9-7 Date Feb 9, 1980 Feb 9, 1981 Jan 9, 1982 Feb 25, 1984 Jan 19, 1985 Feb 17, 1985 Jan 19, 1986 Feb 16, 1986 Feb 14, 1987 Feb 28, 1987 Jan 16, 1988 Mar 5, 1988 Jan 9, 1994 Feb 13, 1994 Feb 3, 1995 Feb 26, 1995

HISTORY

Location UD Op W/L Chicago, Ill. 77 71 W Dayton, Ohio 85 78 W Chicago, Ill. 63 84 L Dayton, Ohio 75 66 W UD Arena 72 51 W Chicago, Ill. 67 61 W Chicago, Ill. 68 61 W UD Arena 74 66 W Chicago, Ill. 58 68 L UD Arena 57 69 L Chicago, Ill. 60 91 L UD Arena 69 68 W Chicago, Ill. 68 64 W UD Arena 54 69 L UD Arena 79 95 L Chicago, Ill. 69 99 L

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS > DETROIT 18-12 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 18, 1978 Detroit, Mich. 74 88 L Feb 13, 1980 Detroit, Mich. 86 65 W Jan 31, 1981 Detroit, Mich. 60 77 L Jan 30, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 73 82 L Feb 16, 1983 Detroit, Mich. 83 66 W Feb 8, 1984 UD Arena 91 77 W Feb 9, 1985 Detroit, Mich. 56 54 W Mar 9, 1985 UD Arena 65 57 W Feb 8, 1986 UD Arena 56 52 W Mar 5, 1986 Detroit, Mich. ot 75 78 L Jan 3, 1987 UD Arena 76 73 W Jan 27, 1988 Detroit, Mich. 71 60 W Jan 12, 1989 Detroit, Mich. 60 69 L Feb 9, 1989 UD Arena 69 59 W Jan 27, 1990 UD Arena 78 56 W Feb 24, 1990 Detroit, Mich. 86 68 W Jan 26, 1991 Detroit, Mich. 78 84 L Feb 23, 1991 UD Arena 81 64 W Mar 3, 1991 UD Arena MCC 70 63 W Jan 2, 1992 UD Arena 82 80 W Mar 5, 1992 Detroit, Mich. 67 89 L Jan 30, 1993 Detroit, Mich. 57 43 W Mar 4, 1993 UD Arena 67 64 W Feb 10, 1994 Detroit, Mich. 59 79 L Feb 22, 1995 UD Arena 73 90 L Dec 7, 1995 UD Arena 64 85 L Dec 20, 1995 Detroit, Mich. 66 79 L Dec 3, 1996 Detroit, Mich. 70 85 L Nov 13, 1997 UD Arena 71 65 W Dec 18, 2004 UD Arena 87 55 W MCC / Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament DRAKE 1-1 Date Location Dec 7, 2002 Des Moines, Iowa Nov 29, 2003 UD Arena

UD 79 46

Op W/L 72 W 54 L

DREXEL 2-0 Date Location Nov 21, 2006 UD Arena Dec 8, 2007 Philadelphia, Pa.

UD 62 60

Op W/L 46 W 50 W

DUKE 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 3, 1981 Dayton, Ohio 99 78 W DUQUESNE 12-17 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 14, 1993 Pittsburgh, Pa. 71 67 W Feb 20, 1993 UD Arena 69 45 W Nov 27, 1994 UD Arena 82 89 L Jan 24, 1996 Pittsburgh, Pa. 38 74 L Feb 11, 1996 UD Arena 58 63 L Jan 9, 1997 Pittsburgh, Pa. 69 76 L Feb 8, 1997 UD Arena 64 72 L Jan 8, 1998 UD Arena 74 87 L Feb 11, 1998 Pittsburgh, Pa. 71 85 L Jan 29, 1999 UD Arena 64 62 W Feb 7, 1999 Pittsburgh, Pa. 60 61 L Jan 30, 2000 Pittsburgh, Pa. 65 66 L Feb 16, 2000 UD Arena 76 68 W Feb 7, 2001 Pittsburgh, Pa. ot 67 71 L Feb 16, 2001 UD Arena 82 63 W Jan 6, 2002 Pittsburgh, Pa. 64 78 L Feb 24, 2002 UD Arena ot 71 69 W Jan 12, 2003 UD Arena 67 55 W Feb 2, 2003 Pittsburgh, Pa. 59 72 L Jan 9, 2004 Pittsburgh, Pa. 59 75 L Feb 19, 2004 UD Arena 58 74 L Jan 30, 2005 UD Arena 55 54 W Feb 18, 2005 Pittsburgh, Pa. 51 59 L Jan 15, 2006 Pittsburgh, Pa. 67 55 W Feb 24, 2006 UD Arena 55 70 L Jan 28, 2007 UD Arena 77 60 W Jan 19, 2008 Pittsburgh, Pa. 69 83 L Jan 22, 2008 UD Arena 77 75 W Jan 27, 2010 Pittsburgh, Pa. 75 63 W EAST CAROLINA 0-2 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 30, 1987 Norfolk, Va. RRC 54 64 L Nov 30, 1990 Greenville, N.C. ECC 80 100 L RRC / Reebok Roundball Classic ECC/East Carolina Lady Pirate Classic

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EAST TENNESSEE STATE 0-1 Date Location Dec 31, 1984 Miami, Fla. WCC WCC / Women’s Court Classic

UD 68

Op W/L 76 L

EASTERN ILLINOIS 3-4 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 18, 1979 Charleston, Ill. 81 63 W Dec 1, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 71 68 W Mar 14, 1981 Franklin, Ohio MAIAW 77 73 W Dec 19, 1981 Charleston, Ill. 54 69 L Feb 26, 1983 Dayton, Ohio 65 72 L Dec 17, 1988 Charleston, Ill. 48 89 L Dec 18, 1989 UD Arena 74 82 L MAIAW / Midwest Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Tournament EASTERN KENTUCKY 8-12 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 15, 1969 Richmond, Ky. 30 42 L Feb 15, 1971 Dayton, Ohio 42 49 L Feb 13, 1972 Richmond, Ky ot 45 54 L Feb 26, 1973 Dayton, Ohio 36 67 L Feb 8, 1974 Richmond, Ky. 45 52 L Feb 13, 1975 Dayton, Ohio 53 59 L Jan 31, 1976 Richmond, Ky. 38 79 L Feb 19, 1977 Dayton, Ohio 60 85 L Jan 7, 1978 Richmond, Ky. 85 82 W Feb 14, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 74 57 W Feb 16, 1980 Richmond, Ky. 72 58 W Dec 6, 1980 Richmond, Ky. 77 68 W Feb 16, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 68 67 W Jan 19, 1983 Richmond, Ky. 75 52 W Jan 7, 1984 Dayton, Ohio 62 60 W Nov 26, 1984 Richmond, Ky. 59 72 L Nov 23, 1985 UD Arena 72 76 L Jan 7, 1987 Richmond, Ky. ot 75 78 L Jan 5, 1991 UD Arena 84 75 W Dec 14, 1991 Richmond, Ky. 64 90 L EASTERN MICHIGAN 6-0 Date Location Dec 19, 1978 Ypsilanti, Mich. Feb 19, 1980 Dayton, Ohio Dec 30, 1991 UD Arena Nov 30, 2002 Reno, Nev. JANC Dec 21, 2007 Ypsilanti, Mich. Jan 4, 2009 UD Arena JANC / John Ascuaga’s Nugget Classic

UD 65 96 82 73 59 61

Op W/L 60 W 52 W 79 W 68 W 57 W 54 W

EASTERN WASHINGTON 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 1, 2002 Reno, Nev. JANC 67 63 W JANC / John Ascuaga’s Nugget Classic EVANSVILLE 7-8 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 20, 1984 Evansville, Ind. 99 67 W Jan 26, 1985 Evansville, Ind. 63 60 W Feb 23, 1985 UD Arena 80 56 W Jan 25, 1986 UD Arena 78 51 W Feb 22, 1986 Evansville, Ind. 72 50 W Jan 21, 1989 UD Arena 62 63 L Feb 18, 1989 Evansville, Ind. 54 52 W Jan 20, 1990 Evansville, Ind. 51 60 L Feb 17, 1990 UD Arena 60 65 L Jan 19, 1991 UD Arena 74 86 L Feb 16, 1991 Evansville, Ind. 80 89 L Jan 30, 1992 Evansville, Ind. 81 62 W Feb 27, 1992 UD Arena 57 84 L Jan 21, 1993 UD Arena 65 57 L Feb 27, 1993 Evansville, Ind. 55 59 L FLORIDA 0-1 Date Location UD Mar 15, 2000 UD Arena WNIT 93 WNIT / Women’s National Invitation Tournament

Op W/L 97 L

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 1-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 31, 1983 Miami, Fla. MC 75 61 W Dec 29, 2004 Miami, Fla. FSC 44 68 L MC / Massonic Classic FSC / Fun & Sun Classic FLORIDA STATE 0-2 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 4, 1993 Tallahassee, Fla. DC 65 78 L Nov 20, 2001 St. Thomas, Virgin Is. PJ 60 63 L DC / Dial Classic

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PJ / University of Virgin Islands Paradise Jam FORDHAM 15-4 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 18, 1996 UD Arena 61 56 W Jan 23, 1997 Bronx, N.Y. 60 49 W Feb 25, 1997 UD Arena A10 65 68 L Jan 22, 1998 UD Arena 66 62 W Jan 15, 1999 Bronx, N.Y. 61 48 W Feb 11, 2000 UD Arena 71 60 W Mar 3, 2000 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 89 51 W Jan 7, 2000 Bronx, N.Y. 39 41 L Jan 13, 2002 UD Arena 68 63 W Mar 1, 2002 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 49 66 L Jan 31, 2003 Bronx, N.Y. 78 67 W Jan 16, 2004 UD Arena ot 70 67 W Jan 23, 2005 Bronx, N.Y. 63 50 W Mar 4, 2005 Washington, D.C. A10 45 49 L Jan 29, 2006 Bronx, N.Y. 72 64 W Jan 21, 2007 UD Arena 69 38 W Feb 9, 2008 Bronx, N.Y. 56 39 W Feb 10, 2009 UD Arena 82 45 W Feb 11, 2009 Bronx, N.Y. 72 42 W A10 / Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament GEORGETOWN 1-0 Date Location Nov 20, 2009 West Layfayette, Ind. PBTIC PBTIC/ Purdue BTI Classic

UD 62

Op W/L 59 W

GEORGE WASHINGTON 1-24 Date Location Jan 6, 1996 UD Arena Feb 7, 1996 Washington, D.C. Jan 16, 1997 UD Arena Jan 4, 1998 Washington, D.C. Jan 24, 1998 UD Arena Feb 5, 1999 Washington, D.C. Feb 12, 1999 UD Arena Jan 20, 2000 UD Arena Feb 24, 2000 Washington, D.C. Feb 2, 2001 UD Arena Jan 11, 2002 UD Arena Feb 15, 2002 Washington, D.C. Feb 7, 2003 UD Arena Feb 20, 2003 Washington, D.C. Jan 5, 2004 UD Arena Feb 15, 2004 Washington, D.C. Jan 14, 2005 Frericks Center Feb 6, 2005 Washington, D.C. Jan 6, 2006 Washington, D.C. Jan 26, 2007 UD Arena Mar 3, 2007 Cincinnati, OH A10 Jan 29, 2008 Washington, D.C. Jan 28, 2009 UD Arena Jan 9, 2010 Washington, D.C. A10 / Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament

UD 69 60 60 59 62 57 52 66 77 58 57 56 53 52 51 62 41 59 64 57 45 73 52 59

Op W/L 75 L 87 L 74 L 73 L 87 L 67 L 77 L 82 L 86 L 61 L 80 L 63 L 80 L 89 L 71 L 80 L 69 L 71 L 75 L 70 L 61 L 81 L 64 L 55 W

HIGH POINT 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 21, 1979 Fargo, N.D. AIAW 75 65 W AIAW / Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Tournament HOLY CROSS 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 28, 1987 UD Arena 69 82 L IDAHO STATE 1-0 Date Location Nov 24, 2000 San Antonio, Texas SAT SAT / San Antonio Tippoff Classic

UD 60

Op W/L 50 W

ILLINOIS 2-0 Date Location Dec 29, 1979 UD Arena Jan 17, 1981 Champaign, Ill.

UD 98 81

Op W/L 64 W 74 W

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 5-0 Date Location Feb 10, 1983 Chicago, Ill. Feb 11, 1984 Dayton, Ohio Jan 10, 1987 UD Arena Jan 18, 1988 Chicago, Ill. Nov 30, 2009 Chicago, Ill.

UD 77 83 86 75 73

Op W/L 64 W 60 W 63 W 50 W 46 W

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS > ILLINOIS STATE 2-1 Date Location Jan 15, 1980 Dayton, Ohio Jan 19, 1981 Normal, Ill. Feb 10, 1982 Dayton, Ohio

UD 86 53 55

Op W/L 64 W 80 L 53 W

INDIANA 3-7 Date Location UD Dec 2, 1978 Dayton, Ohio 74 Nov 29, 1979 Bloomington, Ind. 67 Nov 29, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 50 67 Dec 9, 1981 Bloomington, Ind. 52 73 Dec 4, 1984 UD Arena 53 70 Nov 26, 1985 Bloomington, Ind. 58 67 Nov 29, 1986 Bloomington, Ind.UCC 42 Nov 19, 2006 Bloomington, Ind. 71 98 Dec 5, 2007 UD Arena 67 59 Mar 22, 2009 Bloomington, Ind. WNIT 57 59 IUCC / Indiana University Coca-Cola Classic WNIT/Women’s National Invitation Tournament

Op W/L 62 W 48 W L L L L 68 L L W L

INDIANA STATE 5-2 Date Location Dec 19, 1979 Terre Haute, Ind. Feb 4, 1981 Terre Haute, Ind. Dec 2, 1981 Terre Haute, Ind. Feb 19, 1983 Dayton, Ohio Nov 28, 1986 Bloomington, Ind. IUCC Dec 28, 1997 UD Arena Dec 2, 1998 Terre Haute, Ind. IUCC / Indiana University Coca-Cola Classic

UD 80 65 82 65 62 68 54

Op W/L 64 W 57 W 71 W 57 W 57 W 70 L 56 L

IUPUI 2-0 Date Location Dec 13, 1998 UD Arena Jan 2, 2001 UD Arena

UD 76 73

Op W/L 63 W 70 W

JACKSON STATE 0-1 Date Location Dec 28, 1984 Miami, Fla. WCC WCC / Women’s Court Classic

UD 74

Op W/L 75 L

KENT STATE 6-3 Date Location Feb 1, 1969 Kent, Ohio Feb 21, 1970 Dayton, Ohio Feb 20, 1971 Kent, Ohio Feb 19, 1972 Dayton, Ohio Mar 3, 1972 Cedarville, Ohio ST Feb 17, 1973 Kent, Ohio Feb 16, 1974 Dayton, Ohio Feb 15, 1975 Kent, Ohio Dec 1, 1979 Dayton, Ohio ST / State Tournament

UD 40 32 51 39 35 50 70 66 81

Op W/L 39 W 57 L 52 L 32 W 46 L 43 W 57 W 32 W 64 W

KENTUCKY 3-16 Date Location UD Mar 10, 1971 Lexington, Ky. 40 Feb 12, 1972 Dayton, Ohio 36 Feb 14, 1973 Dayton, Ohio 33 Feb 9, 1974 Lexington, Ky. 43 Jan 18, 1975 Dayton, Ohio 46 Jan 30, 1976 Lexington, Ky. 49 Jan 15, 1977 Dayton, Ohio 66 Dec 21, 1977 Lexington, Ky. 64 Dec 17, 1978 Lexington, Ky. UKIT 72 Jan 20, 1984 Lexington, Ky. 59 Jan 9, 1985 Lexington, Ky. 61 Jan 14, 1986 UD Arena 64 Feb 24, 1987 Lexington, Ky. 57 Feb 10, 1988 UD Arena 68 Dec 6, 1988 Lexington, Ky. 68 Dec 30, 1989 UD Arena 58 Dec 15, 1990 Lexington, Ky. 68 Nov 30, 1996 UD Arena 55 Dec 6, 1997 Lexington, Ky. 67 UKIT / University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament

Op W/L 46 L 45 L 59 L 49 L 52 L 63 L 69 L 98 L 65 W 77 L 69 L 84 L 73 L 58 W 95 L 88 L 95 L 53 W 73 L

LA SALLE 13-15 Date Location Jan 16, 1993 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb, 18 1993 UD Arena Jan 27, 1996 UD Arena Feb 17, 1996 Philadelphia, Pa. Jan 12, 1997 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 6, 1997 UD Arena Jan 2, 1998 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 8, 1998 UD Arena Jan 17, 1999 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 14, 1999 UD Arena Jan 22, 2000 UD Arena Feb 3, 2000 Philadelphia, Pa. Jan 5, 2001 Philadelphia, Pa. ot Feb 10, 2001 UD Arena Jan 20, 2002 UD Arena Feb 17, 2002 Philadelphia, Pa. ot Jan 10, 2003 UD Arena

Op W/L 100 L 65 W 71 L 85 L 83 L 66 L 70 L 74 L 61 W 71 L 58 W 38 W 72 W 61 W 72 W 77 L 72 L

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UD 67 81 66 50 70 57 62 62 66 62 88 64 75 66 82 76 61

COACHES

Feb 13, 2003 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 8, 2004 UD Arena Feb 22, 2004 Philadelphia, Pa. Jan 21, 2005 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 13, 2005 UD Arena Feb 10, 2006 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 8, 2007 UD Arena Mar 2, 2007 Cincinnati, OH A10 Jan 16, 2008 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 21, 2009 UD Arena Feb 27, 2010 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 / Atlantic 10 Tournament

69 62 63 61 75 50 59 57 45 71 62

70 65 81 67 65 62 57 43 43 49 46

UD 76

Op W/L 36 W

UD 61 63

Op W/L 46 W 67 L

UD 80 81 85 65 68 59 59 54 69 54 54 63

Op W/L 84 L 58 W 55 W 53 W 76 L 77 L 49 W 60 L 54 W 68 L 81 L 65 L

LOYOLA-CHICAGO 13-9 Date Location UD Jan 16, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 82 Feb 12, 1983 Chicago, Ill. 65 Jan 17, 1985 UD Arena 66 Feb 15, 1985 Chicago, Ill. 63 Jan 17, 1986 Chicago, Ill. 71 Feb 14, 1986 UD Arena 68 Jan 14, 1989 Chicago, Ill. 76 Feb 11, 1989 UD Arena 69 Jan 13, 1990 UD Arena ot 73 Feb 10, 1990 Chicago, Ill. 58 Jan 12, 1991 Chicago, Ill. 66 Feb 9, 1991 UD Arena 69 Jan 23, 1992 UD Arena 60 Feb 20, 1992 Chicago, Ill. 50 Jan 28, 1993 Chicago, Ill. 84 Mar 6, 1993 UD Arena 70 Nov 17, 1998 UD Arena 84 Jan 2, 2000 Chicago, Ill. 84 Dec 22, 2005 Chicago, Ill. 82 Dec 6, 2006 UD Arena 69 Nov 17, 2007 Chicago, Ill. 82 Dec 23, 2008 UD Arena 85

Op W/L 68 W 63 W 56 W 70 L 83 L 64 W 78 L 73 L 68 W 67 L 61 W 85 L 61 L 61 L 80 W 63 W 60 W 74 W 57 W 73 L 54 W 55 W

MANHATTAN 1-0 Date Location UD Dec 6, 1992 Syracuse, N.Y. SCC 86 SCC / Syracuse Carrier Classic

Op W/L 70 W

MARQUETTE 12-14 Date Location Feb 5, 1983 Dayton, Ohio Feb 18, 1984 Milwaukee, Wis. Jan 5, 1985 UD Arena Jan 24, 1987 UD Arena Feb 16, 1987 Milwaukee, Wis. Jan 23, 1988 UD Arena Feb 27, 1988 Milwaukee, Wis. Mar 2, 1989 UD Arena Jan 11, 1990 UD Arena Feb 8, 1990 Milwaukee, Wis. Jan 10, 1991 Milwaukee, Wis. Feb 7, 1991 UD Arena Jan 27, 1992 UD Arena Jan 23, 1994 UD Arena Mar 5, 1994 Milwaukee, Wis. Feb 5, 1995 UD Arena Feb 24, 1995 Milwaukee, Wis. Mar 9, 1995 Milwaukee, Wis. GMC Jan 2, 1997 UD Arena Dec 19, 1997 UD Arena Dec 6, 1998 UD Arena Dec 4, 1999 Milwaukee, Wis. ot Dec 5, 2000 UD Arena Dec 16, 2001 Milwaukee, Wis. Nov 24, 2002 UD Arena Dec 29, 2003 Milwaukee, Wis. GMC / Great Midwest Conference Tournament

Op W/L 47 W 62 W 39 W 55 W 53 W 58 W 57 W 72 W 74 L 66 L 64 W 69 W 90 L 76 L 103 L 82 L 78 L 77 L 73 L 71 L 68 L 67 L 57 W 91 L 62 W 73 L

LIPSCOMB 1-0 Date Location Dec 28, 2008 UD Arena DFC DFC/Dayton Flyer Classic LONG ISLAND 1-1 Date Location Dec 17, 2005 Brooklyn, N.Y. Dec 2, 2006 UD Arena LOUISVILLE 5-7 Date Location Feb 4, 1978 Dayton, Ohio Jan 16, 1979 Dayton, Ohio Jan 22, 1980 Louisville, Ky. Feb 24, 1986 Louisville, Ky. Dec 10, 1986 UD Arena Jan 2, 1988 Louisville, Ky. Dec 10, 1988 UD Arena Dec 6, 1989 Louisville, Ky. Feb 5, 1994 UD Arena Jan 26, 1995 Louisville, Ky. Nov 10, 2006 Louisville, Ky. CC Nov 15, 2009 UD Arena CC / Cardinal Classic

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UD 81 80 77 60 68 63 69 92 70 58 70 89 79 68 62 75 67 66 62 50 59 60 62 63 80 61

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L L L L W L W W W W W

MARSHALL 5-0 Date Location Dec 21, 1978 Huntington, W.Va. Feb 4, 1980 Dayton, Ohio Jan 10, 1981 Huntington, W.Va. Feb 13, 1982 Dayton, Ohio Jan 15, 1983 Huntington, W.Va.

UD 77 91 89 88 61

Op W/L 56 W 74 W 68 W 41 W 53 W

MARYLAND 1-1 Date Location Nov 29, 2000 College Park, Md. Nov 28, 2001 UD Arena

UD 55 56

Op W/L 69 L 53 W

MASSACHUSETTS 7-10 Date Location Feb 21, 1996 UD Arena Feb 22, 1997 Amherst, Mass. Jan 31, 1998 Amherst, Mass. Jan 22, 1999 UD Arena Jan 16, 2000 Amherst, Mass. Jan 14, 2001 UD Arena Feb 25, 2001 Amherst, Mass. Jan 31, 2002 Amherst, Mass. ot Jan 26, 2003 UD Arena Jan 11, 2004 Amherst, Mass. Feb 11, 2005 UD Arena Jan 4, 2006 Amherst, Mass. Feb 22, 2007 UD Arena Feb 23, 2008 Amherst, Mass. Mar 7, 2008 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 Feb 7, 2009 UD Arena Feb 13, 2010 Amherst, Mass. A10/Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament

UD 53 55 67 56 65 57 59 58 68 68 30 57 58 46 57 86 74

Op W/L 65 L 62 L 55 W 63 L 71 L 69 L 55 W 65 L 60 W 78 L 52 L 51 W 66 L 56 L 51 W 65 W 60 W

MEMPHIS 1-5 Date Location Jan 27, 1994 UD Arena Feb 24, 1994 Memphis, Tenn. Mar 9, 1994 Cincinnati, Ohio GMC Jan 20, 1995 Memphis, Tenn. Feb 10, 1995 UD Arena Nov 11, 2006 Louisville, Ky. GMC / Great Midwest Conference Tournament CC / Cardinal Classic

UD 62 66 57 43 66 96

Op W/L 74 L 69 L 91 L 89 L 98 L 71 W

MERCER 1-0 Date Location UD Nov 24, 1990 Orlando, Fla. SC 75 SC / Sunshine Classic

Op W/L 66 W

MIAMI (OHIO) 20-15 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 18, 1969 Oxford, Ohio 36 47 L Feb 24, 1970 Dayton, Ohio 44 26 W Jan 27, 1971 Oxford, Ohio 51 26 W Feb 1, 1972 Dayton, Ohio 37 39 L Jan 31, 1973 Oxford, Ohio 43 51 L Jan 30, 1974 Dayton, Ohio 60 52 W Jan 29, 1975 Dayton, Ohio 51 52 L Jan 14, 1976 Dayton, Ohio 77 67 W Mar 5, 1976 Cedarville, Ohio OAISW 57 75 L Feb 16, 1977 Oxford, Ohio 73 61 W Jan 11, 1978 Dayton, Ohio 86 61 W Dec 13, 1978 Oxford, Ohio 77 64 W Jan 31, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 81 49 W Jan 2, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 76 56 W Dec 4, 1980 Oxford, Ohio 76 64 W Jan 19, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 57 76 L Dec 8, 1982 Oxford, Ohio 77 71 W Nov 30, 1983 UD Arena 98 64 W Dec 14, 1984 Oxford, Ohio ot 75 73 W Dec 11, 1985 UD Arena 84 55 W Jan 31, 1987 Oxford, Ohio 50 67 L Feb 3, 1988 UD Arena 79 63 W Dec 19, 1988 Oxford, Ohio 58 67 L Dec 2, 1989 UD Arena 50 68 L Nov 27, 1990 Oxford, Ohio 73 67 W Nov 30, 1991 UD Arena 71 82 L Dec 21, 1992 Oxford, Ohio 50 83 L Dec 11, 1993 UD Arena 60 78 L Dec 6, 1994 Oxford, Ohio 58 77 L Dec 2, 1995 UD Arena 77 69 W Nov 25, 1996 Oxford, Ohio 51 57 L Nov 23, 1998 Oxford, Ohio 60 64 L Dec 7, 1999 UD Arena 76 46 W Dec 10, 2008 UD Arena ot 69 66 W Dec 12, 2009 Oxford, Ohio 84 75 W OAISW / Ohio Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women Tournament

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS > MIAMI (FLORIDA) 0-3 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 15, 1981 Miami, Fla. 58 62 L Jan 4, 1986 Miami, Fla. BKC 62 76 L Dec 3, 1993 Tallahassee, Fla. DC 53 67 L BKC / Burger King Classic DC / Dial Classic MICHIGAN 5-2 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 8, 1979 Ann Arbor, Mich. 90 66 W Feb 26, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 91 74 W Feb 20, 1982 Ann Arbor, Mich. ot 79 82 L Dec 21, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 102 75 W Dec 19, 1983 Ann Arbor, Mich. 70 60 W Nov 24, 1984 UD Arena 71 74 L Dec 7, 1985 UD Arena 73 69 W MICHIGAN STATE 2-5 Date Location UD Op Dec 20, 1985 East Lansing, Mich. 67 79 Dec 30, 1986 UD Arena ot 63 59 Nov 26, 1988 Boulder, Colo. UCCC 54 80 Dec 18, 1993 East Lansing, Mich. 62 70 Dec 3, 1994 UD Arena 67 90 Dec 17, 1999 East Lansing, Mich. 68 83 Dec 17, 2000 UD Arena 61 57 Nov 13, 2009 UD Arena 77 74 UCCC / University of Colorado Coors Classic MINNESOTA 0-2 Date Location UD Op Dec 1, 2001 Minneapolis, Minn. 56 83 Dec 30, 2002 UD Arena 64 83

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MISSISSIPPI 0-1 Date Location UD Op Nov 25, 1994 Bowling Green, Ky. BGBC 42 76 BGBC / Bowling Green Bank Classic

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MISSISSIPPI STATE 1-0 Date Location UD Op Dec 28, 1981 Miami, Fla. HCC 66 64 HCC / Hurricane Christmas Classic

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MISSOURI 0-1 Date Location UD Op Dec 31, 1992 UD Arena 57 68 MONMOUTH 0-1 Date Location UD Op Dec 28, 1982 Miami, Fla. DC 65 76 DC / Dial Classic MOREHEAD STATE 6-4 Date Location UD Op Feb 5, 1977 Dayton, Ohio 69 57 Jan 14, 1978 Morehead, Ky. 70 93 Jan 24, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 67 61 Dec 15, 1979 Morehead, Ky. 69 64 Jan 14, 1981 Dayton, Ohio 86 74 Feb 23, 1982 Morehead, Ky. 53 77 Dec 3, 1988 UD Arena 60 68 Jan 6, 1990 Morehead, Ky. 75 70 Dec 30, 1994 UD Arena 73 56 Dec 4, 1995 Morehead, Ky. 72 75 NAVY 2-0 Date Location Nov 25, 2008 Annapolis, Md. ot Jan 5, 2010 UD Arena

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NEW MEXICO 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 10, 2007 Albuquerque, NM WSFT 64 72 L WSFT/Women’s Sports Foundation Tournament NIAGARA 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 22, 1979 Fargo, N.D. AIAW 76 57 W AIAW / Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Tournament

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NORTH CAROLINA-GREENSBORO 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 30, 1993 UD Arena 82 65 W NORTH CAROLINA STATE 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 25, 1989 Orlando, Fla. SC 66 105 L SC / Sunshine Classic NORTHERN ILLINOIS 2-3 Date Location Feb 11, 1987 UD Arena Jan 30, 1988 UD Arena Feb 29, 1988 Dekalb, Ill. Dec 8, 2001 Dekalb, Ill. Dec 15, 2002 UD Arena

UD Op W/L 66 73 L 78 75 W 61 99 L 52 61 L 78 67 W

NORTHWESTERN 2-4 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 26, 1980 Evanston, Ill. 64 67 L Jan 24, 1981 Dayton, Ohio 74 71 W Jan 23, 1982 Evanston, Ill. 59 75 L Dec 17, 2002 Evanston, Ill. ot 56 49 W Nov 26, 2003 UD Arena 47 49 L Nov 9, 2008 Albuquerque, NM WSFT ot 70 76 L WSFT/Women’s Sports Foundation Tournament NOTRE DAME 6-22 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 6, 1983 Notre Dame, Ind. 64 68 L Mar 3, 1984 UD Arena 57 63 L Feb 5, 1985 UD Arena 66 81 L Mar 6, 1985 Notre Dame, Ind. 57 72 L Feb 5, 1986 Notre Dame, Ind. 61 58 W Mar 8, 1986 UD Arena 62 88 L Jan 28, 1987 Notre Dame, Ind. 55 54 W Mar 7, 1987 UD Arena 48 59 L Feb 13, 1988 Notre Dame, Ind. 58 60 L Mar 12, 1988 UD Arena 64 77 L Jan 28, 1989 Notre Dame, Ind. 57 72 L Feb 23, 1989 UD Arena 67 55 W Jan 23, 1990 UD Arena 60 85 L Mar 1, 1990 Notre Dame, Ind. 47 76 L Mar 9, 1990 UD Arena MCC 59 67 L Jan 21, 1991 Notre Dame, Ind. 49 79 L Feb 28, 1991 UD Arena 79 76 W Mar 8, 1991 UD Arena MCC 61 68 L Jan 9, 1992 Notre Dame, Ind. 2ot 70 76 L Feb 8, 1992 UD Arena 63 62 W Mar 12, 1992 Cincinnati, Ohio MCC 55 74 L Jan 7, 1993 UD Arena 60 72 L Feb 13, 1993 Notre Dame, Ind. 80 92 L Mar 8, 1993 Notre Dame, Ind. MCC 78 74 W Jan 4, 1994 UD Arena 55 63 L Jan 2, 1995 Notre Dame, Ind. 63 80 L Dec 13, 2003 Notre Dame, Ind. 41 78 L Dec 9, 2004 UD Arena 39 65 L MCC / Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament OAKLAND 2-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 12, 1983 Oakland, Mich. NCAA 73 72 W Mar 19, 2009 Oakland, Mich. WNIT 70 55 W NCAA / NCAA Division II Tournament WNIT/Women’s National Invitation Tournament OHIO 10-3 Date Location UD Op W/L Mar 27, 1971 Dayton, Ohio ST 44 36 W Jan 17, 1975 Dayton, Ohio 58 41 W Jan 24, 1976 Athens, Ohio 63 66 L Jan 22, 1977 Dayton, Ohio 78 60 W Feb 15, 1978 Athens, Ohio 106 63 W Jan 20, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 76 63 W Jan 19, 1980 Athens, Ohio 83 62 W Dec 13, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 92 73 W Feb 27, 1982 Athens, Ohio 64 68 L Jan 3, 1983 Dayton, Ohio 81 76 W Dec 7, 1983 Athens, Ohio 85 82 W Jan 4, 1993 UD Arena 61 45 W Dec 22, 1993 Athens, Ohio 61 72 L ST / State Tournament

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OHIO STATE 3-12 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 4, 1969 Columbus, Ohio 48 54 L Feb 7, 1970 Dayton, Ohio 50 62 L Feb 6, 1971 Columbus, Ohio 46 40 W Feb 5, 1972 Dayton, Ohio 27 35 L Feb 3, 1973 Columbus, Ohio 42 82 L Feb 28, 1975 Ada, Ohio OAISW 36 70 L Feb 19, 1979 Columbus, Ohio 60 68 L Feb 2, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 89 53 W Feb 28, 1981 Columbus, Ohio 78 73 W Jan 12, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 61 68 L Dec 4, 1982 Columbus, Ohio 57 90 L Nov 25, 1991 Columbus, Ohio 67 85 L Dec 4, 2004 UD Arena 42 75 L Nov 30, 2005 Columbus, Ohio 31 73 L Nov 30, 2008 Columbus, Ohio BC 61 76 L OAISW / Ohio Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women BC/Buckeye Classic OKLAHOMA 0-2 Date Location UD Op Jan 3, 1986 Miami, Fla. BKC 46 64 OLD DOMINION 0-1 Date Location UD Op Dec 29, 1987 Norfolk, Va. RRC 55 79 Nov 16, 2008 Austin, Texas WVC 58 70 RRC / Reebok Roundball Classic WVC/World Vision Clasic PENN STATE 1-0 Date Location UD Op Dec 6, 2008 University Park, Pa. 67 66

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PENNSYLVANIA 0-1 Date Location UD Op Dec 20, 2003 Columbus, Ohio BC 69 90 BC / Buckeye Classic

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PITTSBURGH 1-0 Date Location UD Op Dec 30, 1982 Miami, Fla. DC 71 61 DC / Dial Classic

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PRINCETON 0-1 Date Location UD Op Dec 21, 1998 UD Arena 44 57 PURDUE 6-4 Date Location UD Op Feb 2, 1979 West Lafayette, Ind. 67 56 Jan 17, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 85 55 Jan 7, 1981 West Lafayette, Ind. 65 62 Jan 2, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 71 68 Nov 27, 1982 West Lafayette, Ind. 69 71 Nov 26, 1983 Dayton, Ohio 81 68 Dec 13, 1986 West Lafayette, Ind. 60 98 Dec 28, 1988 UD Arena 53 90 Nov 19, 1999 UD Arena 58 60 Nov 21, 2009 West Lafayette, Ind. PBTIC 56 53 PBTIC/ Purdue BTI Classic QUINNIPIAC 1-0 Date Location UD Op Nov 21, 1998 UD Arena 66 44 RADFORD 1-0 Date Location UD Op Dec 5, 1992 Syracuse, N.Y, 2ot SCC 92 90 SCC / Syracuse Carrier Classic

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RHODE ISLAND 15-4 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 15, 1996 Kingston, R.I. 72 87 L Feb 19, 1997 UD Arena 83 55 W Jan 29, 1998 Kingston, R.I. 82 69 W Jan 24, 1999 UD Arena 95 75 W Jan 14, 2000 Kingston, R.I. 89 65 W Jan 12, 2001 UD Arena 82 74 W Feb 23, 2001 Kingston, R.I. 64 59 W Jan 17, 2002 Kingston, RI 91 84 W Jan 24, 2003 UD Arena 56 53 W

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS > Mar 6, 2003 Kingston, R.I. A10 Jan 23, 2004 Kingston, R.I. Mar 5, 2004 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 Jan 16, 2005 Frericks Center Jan 27, 2006 UD Arena Mar 3, 2006 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 Feb 15, 2006 Kingston, RI Feb 17, 2008 UD Arena Feb 26, 2009 Kingston, RI Feb 24, 2010 UD Arena A10 / Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament

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RICE 1-1 Date Location UD Op Dec 20, 1986 Berkeley, Calif. CIT 63 72 Nov 29, 1994 UD Arena 79 59 CIT / California Invitational Tournament

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RICHMOND 4-10 Date Location UD Op Jan 17, 2002 Richmond, Va. 91 84 Feb 22, 2002 UD Arena 87 89 Jan 19, 2003 Richmond, Va. 60 79 Feb 9, 2003 UD Arena 61 59 Jan 3, 2004 UD Arena 51 66 Feb 13, 2004 Richmond, Va. 44 67 Jan 7, 2005 Richmond, Va. 57 65 Feb 27, 2005 UD Arena ot 77 78 Jan 15, 2006 UD Arena 67 62 Feb 25, 2007 Richmond, Va. 63 66 Feb 20, 2008 UD Arena 66 68 Feb 18, 2009 Richmond, Va. 51 60 Mar 8, 2009 Charlotte, NC A10 48 54 Jan 23, 2010 UD Arena 83 31 A10/Atlantic 10 Championship

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ROBERT MORRIS 2-0 Date Location UD Op Dec 29, 1990 UD Arena 87 35 Dec 7, 1991 Pittsburgh, Pa. 92 54

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ST. BONAVENTURE 9-8 Date Location UD Op Jan 21, 1996 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. 64 75 Jan 26, 1997 UD Arena 86 70 Jan 17, 1998 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. 64 71 Feb 24, 1998 UD Arena ot 69 82 Feb 9, 1999 UD Arena 57 72 Feb 20, 2000 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. 95 71 Jan 28, 2001 UD Arena 77 63 Jan 23, 2002 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. 74 85 Feb 23, 2003 UD Arena 71 66 Jan 25, 2004 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. 63 74 Feb 25, 2005 UD Arena 55 41 Feb 5, 2006 UD Arena 66 63 Feb 2, 2007 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. 63 70 Feb 3, 2008 UD Arena 64 51 Feb 4, 2009 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. 45 55 Jan 16, 2010 UD Arena 76 65 Mar 6, 2010 Upper Malboro, MD A10 83 66

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Jan 7, 2000 UD Arena 60 62 L Mar 4, 2000 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 61 66 L Jan 19, 2001 Philadelphia, Pa. 72 63 W Mar 3, 2001 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 71 56 W Feb 10, 2002 UD Arena 48 56 L Jan 17, 2003 Philadelphia, Pa. 60 61 L Jan 18, 2004 UD Arena 59 68 L Jan 9, 2005 Philadelphia, Pa. 78 70 W Feb 12, 2006 Philadelphia, Pa. 65 66 L Feb 17, 2007 UD Arena 78 77 W Jan 26, 2008 Philadelphia, Pa. 56 54 W Mar 1, 2009 UD Arena 84 57 W Jan 20, 2010 Philadelphia, Pa. 62 68 L PI / Pittsburgh Invitational A10 / Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament SAINT LOUIS 17-6 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 19, 1989 UD Arena 65 57 W Feb 16, 1989 St. Louis, Mo. 53 58 L Jan 18, 1990 St. Louis, Mo. 66 54 W Feb 15, 1990 UD Arena 75 62 W Jan 17, 1991 UD Arena 85 59 W Feb 14, 1991 St. Louis, Mo. 83 42 W Feb 7, 1994 UD Arena 85 55 W Feb 26, 1994 St. Louis, Mo. 73 61 W Jan 29, 1995 UD Arena 81 70 W Feb 19, 1995 St. Louis, Mo. 49 57 L Nov 29, 1995 UD Arena 79 64 W Dec 29, 1997 St. Louis, Mo. 70 58 W Nov 22, 1999 UD Arena 69 83 L Dec 2, 2000 St. Louis, Mo. 53 56 L Dec 4, 2001 UD Arena 49 52 L Nov 22, 2002 St. Louis, Mo. 54 74 L Jan 8, 2006 UD Arena 95 73 W Feb 17, 2006 St. Louis, Mo. 72 67 W Jan 14, 2007 St. Louis, Mo. 74 67 W Mar 1, 2008 UD Arena 85 75 W Jan 10, 2008 St. Louis, MO 73 68 W Mar 6, 2009 Charlotte, NC A10 74 52 W Feb 7, 2010 UD Arena 73 54 W A10/Atlantic 10 Championship ST. MARY’S (CALIF.) 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 19, 2001 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands PJ 65 73 L PJ / University of Virgin Islands Paradise Jam ST. MARY’S (TEXAS) 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 17, 2008 Austin, Texas WVC 68 62 W WVC/World Vision Classic

SAMFORD 1-0 Date Location UD Op Dec 29, 2005 New Orleans, La. TBC 68 59 TBC / Tulane Basketball Classic SAN DIEGO 1-2 Date Location UD Op Nov 27, 1999 San Diego, Calif. 51 54 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 4-0 Jan 3, 2003 UD Arena 66 76 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 25, 2007 San Diego, Calif. 68 67 Dec 20, 1992 UD Arena 66 50 W Nov 28, 1993 Loretto, Pa. 69 52 W SETON HALL 1-0 Jan 3, 2007 UD Arena 87 66 W Date Location UD Op Jan 2, 2008 Loretto, Pa. 80 64 W Mar 23, 1978 Florence, S.C. AIAW 105 97 AIAW / Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women ST. JOHN’S 1-1 Tournament Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 29, 1984 Miami, Fla. WCC 91 77 W SEATTLE 1-0 Dec 21, 2003 Columbus, Ohio BC 61 73 L Date Location UD Op WCC / Women’s Court Classic Nov 22, 2009 West Layfayette, Ind. PBTIC 75 37 BC / Buckeye Classic Purdue BTI Classic SAINT JOSEPH’S 8-11 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 0-2 Date Location UD Op W/L Date Location UD Op Dec 9, 1979 Pittsburgh, Pa. PI 68 58 W Mar 22, 1977 Pomomo, Calif. AIAW 50 91 Jan 10, 1996 UD Arena 64 73 L Mar 24, 1978 Florence, S.C. AIAW 96 100 Mar 1, 1996 Blacksburg, Va. A10 73 84 L AIAW / Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Jan 29, 1997 Philadelphia, Pa. 71 76 L Tournament Feb 19, 1998 UD Arena 59 57 W Feb 19, 1999 Philadelphia, Pa.

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SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 5, 1986 Miami, Fla. BKC 70 62 W BKC / Burger King Classic SYRACUSE 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 21, 1991 UD Arena 74 66 W TEMPLE 10-10 Date Location Jan 13, 1996 UD Arena Jan 2, 1997 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 21, 1998 UD Arena Feb 21, 1999 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 26, 1999 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 Jan 9, 2000 UD Arena Jan 9, 2001 UD Arena Jan 21, 2001 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 8, 2002 UD Arena Feb 15, 2003 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 6, 2004 UD Arena Feb 20, 2005 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 19, 2006 UD Arena Mar 4, 2006 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 Feb 4, 2007 Philadelphia, Pa. Jan 12, 2008 UD Arena Mar 9, 2008 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 Jan 31, 2009 Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 20, 2010 UD Arena Mar 7, 2010 Upper Malboro, MD A10 ot A10 / Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament

UD Op W/L 65 55 W 81 65 W 88 81 W 68 54 W 67 40 W 85 46 W 65 69 L 63 55 W 88 83 W 51 63 L 55 58 L 58 69 L 36 70 L 55 70 L 50 68 L 62 49 W 51 56 L 52 62 L 71 63 W 64 67 L

TENNESSEE 0-2 Date Location Dec 4, 1986 Knoxville, Tenn. Mar 22, 2010 Knoxville, Tenn. NCAA NCAA Division I Tournament Round 2

UD Op W/L 40 66 L 64 92 L

TENNESSEE-MARTIN 1-1 Date Location Dec 20, 2005 UD Arena Nov 30, 2006 Martin, Tenn. ot

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TEXAS 0-1 Date Location Nov 15, 2008 Austin, Texas WVC WVC / World Vision Classic

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TEXAS-CHRISTIAN (TCU) 1-0 Date Location Mar 20, 2010 Knoxville, TN NCAA NCAA Division I Tournament Round 1

UD Op W/L 67 66 W

TEXAS-EL PASO 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 25, 2000 San Antonio, Texas SATC 66 39 W SATC / San Antonio Tipoff Classic TEXAS PAN-AMERICAN 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 22, 2003 Colorado Springs, Colo. AFC 57 63 L AFC / Air Force Classic TOLEDO 8-8 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 27, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 75 72 W Dec 5, 1981 Toledo, Ohio 54 66 L Dec 18, 1982 Dayton, Ohio 68 69 L Dec 17, 1983 Toledo, Ohio 78 63 W Dec 19, 1984 UD Arena 86 67 W Dec 30, 1985 Toledo, Ohio 72 71 W Dec 2, 1986 UD Arena 65 56 W Dec 18, 1990 Toledo, Ohio 71 83 L Nov 23, 1991 UD Arena 62 76 L Dec 18, 1994 Toledo, Ohio 49 91 L Nov 19, 2000 UD Arena 58 77 L Dec 29, 2001 Toledo, Ohio 83 73 W Dec 3, 2003 UD Arena 65 73 L Nov 30, 2004 Toledo, Ohio 62 50 W Dec 28, 2005 New Orleans, La. TBC 79 77 W Dec 9, 2009 Toledo, Ohio 65 68 L TBC / Tulane Basketball Classic

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VALPARAISO 2-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 9, 1988 UD Arena 79 59 W Feb 15, 1988 Valparaiso, Ind. 57 55 W VANDERBILT 0-4 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 19, 1987 Nashville, Tenn. 67 82 L Jan 3, 1989 UD Arena 57 71 L Jan 19, 1999 UD Arena 50 59 L Dec 30, 1999 Nashville, Tenn. 46 86 L VERMONT 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 29, 2009 Hanover, NH BSC 65 74 L BSC/ Blue Sky Classic

VIRGINIA TECH 2-11 Date Location UD Op W/L Jan 25, 1992 UD Arena 75 71 W Feb 10, 1992 Blacksburg, Va. 55 71 L Feb 15, 1996 UD Arena 59 66 L Feb 24, 1996 Blacksburg, Va. 59 79 L Jan 18, 1997 UD Arena 2ot 98 103 L Feb 13, 1997 Blacksburg, Va. 65 84 L Jan 10, 1998 UD Arena 64 76 L Feb 5, 1998 Blacksburg, Va. 66 68 L Jan 4, 1999 Blacksburg, Va. 59 76 L Jan 31, 1999 UD Arena 60 68 L Feb 27, 1999 Philadelphia, Pa. 3ot A10 72 73 L Jan 28, 2000 Blacksburg, Va. 69 65 W Feb 27, 2000 UD Arena 63 68 L A10 / Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament WESTERN KENTUCKY 1-10 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 9, 1980 Dayton, Ohio 77 85 L Jan 26, 1982 Bowling Green, Ky. 59 73 L Jan 24, 1983 Dayton, OH 53 60 L Jan 25, 1984 Bowling Green, Ky. 82 72 W Feb 2, 1985 UD Arena 47 86 L Jan 10, 1986 Bowling Green, Ky. 75 104 L Jan 13, 1987 UD Arena 52 78 L Feb 6, 1988 Bowling Green, Ky. 46 73 L Feb 2, 1989 UD Arena 53 55 L Feb 1, 1990 Bowling Green, Ky. 46 81 L Feb 11, 1991 UD Arena 80 87 L WESTERN MICHIGAN 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 19, 2007 Albuerque, NM WSFT 88 63 W WSFT/Women’s Sports Foundation Tournament WEST VIRGINIA 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 8, 1979 Pittsburgh, Pa. PIT 72 39 W PIT / Pittsburgh Invitational

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WINTHROP 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 12, 2006 Louisville, Ky. 55 42 W CC / Cardinal Classic WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 5, 1987 UD Arena 84 73 W WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE 3-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Dec 21, 1996 UD Arena 79 70 W Dec 21, 1997 UD Arena 59 61 L Nov 19, 2007 Milwaukee, Wi. 56 55 W Dec 4, 2009 UD Arena 86 52 W WRIGHT STATE 30-4 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 4, 1974 Fairborn, Ohio 53 35 W Feb 11, 1974 Cincinnati, Ohio LT 53 22 W Feb 3, 1975 Dayton, Ohio 79 43 W Feb 2, 1976 Fairborn, Ohio 76 71 W Feb 9, 1976 Dayton, Ohio OVLT 72 50 W Jan 26, 1977 Dayton, Ohio 88 54 W Feb 7, 1977 Dayton, Ohio OVLT 79 35 W Feb 28, 1978 Fairborn, Ohio 77 71 W Jan 3, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 76 25 W Mar 1, 1980 Cincinnati, Ohio OAISW 86 48 W Feb 11, 1981 Fairborn, Ohio 75 77 L Mar 7, 1981 Dayton, Ohio OAISW 87 58 W Feb 24, 1983 Dayton, Ohio 72 57 W Feb 4, 1984 UD Arena 95 60 W Jan 4, 1990 UD Arena 93 55 W Jan 2, 1991 Fairborn, Ohio 63 76 L Feb 6, 1992 UD Arena 80 66 W Dec 17, 1992 Fairborn, Ohio 58 54 W Dec 20, 1993 UD Arena 62 61 W Jan 5, 1995 Fairborn, Ohio 71 73 L Dec 29, 1995 UD Arena 61 55 W Dec 10, 1996 Fairborn, Ohio 68 54 W Dec 16, 2007 UD Arena 65 46 W Dec 10, 1997 UD Arena 71 59 W Dec 9, 1998 Fairborn, Ohio 75 54 W Nov 20, 1999 UD Arena 69 46 W Nov 17, 2000 Fairborn, Ohio 73 59 W Dec 18, 2001 UD Arena 89 34 W Dec 4, 2002 Fairborn, Ohio 84 72 W Dec 9, 2003 UD Arena 70 58 W Dec 7, 2004 Fairborn, Ohio ot 65 55 W Dec 6, 2005 UD Arena 63 59 W Dec 22, 2006 Fairborn, Ohio 59 60 L Dec 21, 2008 Fairborn, Ohio 59 56 W Dec 6, 2009 UD Arena 79 58 W OAISW / Ohio Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women Tournament OVLT / Ohio Valley League Tournament WYOMING 1-0 Date Location UD Op W/L Nov 26, 1999 Laramie, Wy. 79 59 W

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XAVIER 31-25 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 23, 1972 Dayton, Ohio 53 14 W Dec 12, 1979 Dayton, Ohio 101 46 W Feb 22, 1981 Dayton, Ohio 91 51 W Mar 6, 1981 Dayton, Ohio OAISW 111 73 W Dec 12, 1981 Dayton, Ohio 79 68 W Feb 1, 1983 Dayton, Ohio 80 46 W Feb 29, 1984 Cincinnati, Ohio 92 70 W Jan 31, 1985 Cincinnati, Ohio 100 74 W Feb 28, 1985 UD Arena 90 33 W Jan 29, 1986 UD Arena 82 53 W Feb 27, 1986 CIncinnati, Ohio 78 42 W Feb 19, 1987 Cincinnati, Ohio 60 51 W Feb 24, 1988 UD Arena 62 49 W Feb 4, 1989 UD Arena 66 54 W Mar 4, 1989 Cincinnati, Ohio 68 75 L Feb 3, 1990 Cincinnati, Ohio 73 61 W Mar 3, 1990 UD Arena 82 77 W Feb 2, 1991 UD Arena 75 64 W Feb 26, 1991 Cincinnati, Ohio 70 60 W Jan 18, 1992 UD Arena 56 71 L Feb 15, 1992 Cincinnati, OH 79 94 L Jan 2, 1993 UD Arena 61 76 L Feb 6, 1993 Cincinnati, Ohio 65 78 L Mar 9, 1993 Notre Dame, Ind. MCC 57 67 L Feb 2, 1994 Cincinnati, Ohio 70 78 L Dec 10, 1994 UD Arena ot 77 87 L Feb 3, 1996 Cincinnati, Ohio 82 78 W Feb 27, 1996 UD Arena 85 70 W Jan 4, 1997 UD Arena 83 80 W Jan 21, 1997 Cincinnati, Ohio 73 64 W Jan 13, 1998 Cincinnati, Ohio 71 86 L Feb 16, 1998 UD Arena 85 82 W Dec 23, 1998 Cincinnati, Ohio 76 66 W Jan 10, 1999 UD Arena 76 82 L Dec 21, 1999 UD Arena 78 77 W Feb 6, 2000 Cincinnati, Ohio 64 77 L Jan 24, 2001 UD Arena 76 89 L Feb 18, 2001 Cincinnati, Ohio 62 84 L Mar 4, 2001 Philadelphia, Pa. A10 71 80 L Jan 2, 2002 UD Arena 77 66 W Jan 28, 2002 Cincinnati, Ohio 80 68 W Jan 7, 2003 UD Arena 82 65 W Mar 2, 2003 Cincinnati, Ohio 64 72 L Jan 30, 2004 UD Arena 67 71 L Feb 27, 2004 Cincinnati, Ohio 50 62 L Jan 3, 2005 UD Arena 51 64 L Jan 27, 2005 Cincinnati, Ohio 54 73 L Jan 19, 2006 UD Arena 70 87 L Feb 26, 2006 Cincinnati, Ohio 64 71 L Feb 14, 2008 UD Arena 44 43 W Feb 27, 2008 Cincinnati, Ohio 68 58 W Jan 17, 2009 UD Arena 49 51 L Feb 15, 2009 Cincinnati, Ohio 57 78 L Mar 7, 2009 Charlotte, NC A-10 (ot) 63 60 W Jan 30, 2010 Cincinnati, Ohio 49 74 L Feb 17, 2010 UD Arena 79 80 L OIASW / Ohio Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women Tournament MCC / Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament A10 / Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament YOUNGSTOWN STATE 0-1 Date Location UD Op W/L Feb 22, 1992 UD Arena 65 89 L

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TO THE MEDIA MEDIA CREDENTIALS Credentials are issued to accredited members of the media by Krystal Warren in the Athletics Communication Office (937) 229-5240 at least 24 hours prior to each game. Media passes will be picked up at the media entrance gate, next to the loading dock in the back of the UD Arena. PHOTO CREDENTIALS Photo passes for Flyer games will be issued by the Athletics Communication Office to accredited members of the media only. All requests must be made at least 24 hours prior to each home game. Still photographers are restricted to the right side of the basket at either end of the floor (per NCAA Tournament guidelines) unless prior arrangements are made with Krystal Warren in the Athletics Communication Office (937) 229-5240. Also, no flash photography is permitted unless approved in advance. PRESS ROOM SERVICES The basketball press room is located beneath the administrative offices at the UD Arena. It can be reached via the ramp that connects the outside to courtside. Team information, game programs, and starting lineups with game officials will be available before the game. Halftime stats will be delivered to press row at intermission and a full NCAA box with play-by-play will be furnished to members of the working press. Coaches’ quotes and possibly featuredplayer quotes (depending on the game) will also be made available. This information will be available about 30 minutes following each home game at www.DaytonFlyers.com. POST GAME FILING Fax ser vice is available at the Are na. The press room will be equipped with three telephones available on a first-come, first-served basis. Persons requiring telephones at courtside should order phones through Krystal Warren in the Athletics Communication Office (937) 229-5240. Those ordering phone service directly through UD Telcomm cannot be guaranteed courtside placement. Accessible wireless internet is available at courtside and in the media work room. PRESS ROW Press row is located courtside, opposite the team benches and scorers’ table. Seating is limited and reserved for WORKING MEDIA ONLY. An emergency courtside phone line is briefly available during games. There are phone lines available in the press room. The press row number is (937) 449-2855. An auxiliary press area is in Section 301. MEDIA PARKING Windshield passes admitting cars into the arena parking lot will be provided upon request and availability. Media parking is reserved at the back of the UD Arena, near the loading dock. Please enter at Gate A and have your pass displayed. NCAA TOURNAMENT CREDENTIAL POLICY According to NCAA regulations, media wishing to be credentialed for the 2010 NCAA Tournament must meet NCAA guidelines and must attend 90 percent of Flyer home games.

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LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS DAYTON DAILY NEWS BRIAN KOLLARS, SPORTS EDITOR DOUG HARRIS, UD BEAT WRITER TOM ARCHDEACON, COLUMNIST FOURTH & LUDLOW STREETS DAYTON, OHIO 45402 (937) 225-2250 SPORTS@DAYTONDAILYNEWS. COM TROY DAILY NEWS HENRY CONTE, SPORTS EDITOR TROY, OHIO 45373 (937) 440-5251 HCONTE@TDNPUBLISHING.COM GREENE COUNTY DAILIES JON RUDY, SPORTS EDITOR 30 SOUTH DETROIT BOX 400 XENIA, OHIO 45385 (937) 878-3993 SPORTS@GREENECOUNTYDAILIES. COM THE TIMES SHAWN BAUMAN, SPORTS EDITOR 3085 WOODMAN DRIVE KETTERING, OHIO 45420 (937) 294-7000 TCSPORTS@TCNEWSNET.COM BEAVERCREEK NEWS-CURRENT DARRELL WACKER, SPORTS EDITOR 3085 WOODMAN DRIVE KETTERING, OHIO 45420 (937) 290-7161 CREEKSPORTS@TCNEWSNET. COM ASSOCIATED PRESS JIM HANNAH, BUREAU CHIEF DAYTON, OHIO 45402 (937) 225-2269 JHANNAH@AP.ORG

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FLYER NEWS JACOB ROSEN, SPORTS EDITOR UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON DAYTON, OH 45469-0626 (937) 229-3226 FLYERNEWS@UDAYTON.EDU WHIO RADIO TOM MICHAELS 7213 TAFFY LANE DAYTON, OHIO 45459 (937) 291-1859 TOMMYMIC@AOL.COM 1530 HOMER LANCE MCCALLISTER, SPORTS 8044 MONTGOMERY ROAD SUITE 650 CINCINNATI, OHIO 45255 (513) 686-8300 LANCEL1530@FUSE.NET MEGASPORTS STUARTMASON,SPORTSDIRECTOR P.O. BOX 316 UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO 43351 (937) 229-3058 FLYER RADIO MICHAEL PURVES SPORTS DIRECTOR UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON DAYTON, OHIO 45469-0616 (937) 229-3058 FLYERRADIO@UDAYTON.EDU

WKEF-TV (ABC/FOX) LUKE NOTESTINE, SPORTS DIRECTOR NATHAN BAKER, SPORTS DAYTON, OHIO 45418 (937) 262-1423 LNOTESTINE@SBGNET.COM NBAKER@WRGT.SBGNET.COM WDTN-TV (NBC) JACK POHL, SPORTS EDITOR NEIL KONERMAN, SPORTS DAYTON, OHIO 45439 (937) 293-5044 JPOHL@WDTN.COM KONERMAN@WDTN.COM FLYER TV UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON DAYTON, OHIO 45469-2202 (937) 229-4550 INTERNET FLYERHOOPS.NET (RIVALS) MATT SCHWADE 4705 TUTTLES VIEW DRIVE DUBLIN, OHIO 43016 (614) 446-9686 MATT@FLYERHOOPS.NET

INFORMATION RADIO 1660 NORM SCHREIN P.O. BOX 291918 KETTERING, OH 45429 (937) 299-7226 NORM@BEARCAT1.COM TELEVISION WHIO-TV (CBS) MIKE HARTSOCK, SPORTS DIRECTOR DAYTON, OHIO 45401 (937) 259-2111 MIKE.HARTSOCK@COX.COM

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ADVANCED TICKETS The ticket office, located on the Arena’s south side, is open weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on weekendsat9:00 a.m.on daysofeventsonly. The UD Ticket Office phone number is (937) 229-4433. CAMERA/VIDEO EQUIPMENT Cameras are permitted. Video cameras and camera tripods are prohibited. CAR PROBLEMS Please go to the Customer Service desk, which is located in the Administrative Office for assistance. LOST & FOUND Please go to the Customer Service desk, which is located in the Administrative Office for assistance. Additionally,patronscancall(937)229-4635tocheck for lost and found items. MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FirstAidislocatedintheSouthwestcorneroftheArena. PleasecontactanyArenapersonnelforimmediate assistantce. PROHIBITED IN THE ARENA Cans, bottles, alcoholic bevarages, food items, backpacks, large purses, signs (that are largerthan8.5”x11”),noisemakers,laserpointers, weapons of any kind, umbrellas, video cameras, camera tripods, and strollers are prohibited in the Arena. PUBLIC TELEPHONES Public telephones are located in the Southwest Concourse, near the Administrative Office. SMOKING SmokingisprohibitedintheUniversityof DaytonArena.Forcertainevents,exterior smoking areas may be available. SOUVENIRS Souvenirs may be purchased at the merchandisestandslocatedintheNorthand SouthConcoursesoftheUDArenaduring Flyergames.YoucanalsofindDaytonFlyer apparel through Korporate Kasuals at www. flyerattire.com. STUDENT SHUTTLE BUSES Shuttle buses are available from the campus for studentsduringmen’sbasketballgames.Contactthe ticketofficeat(937)229-4433forfurtherinformation. SUGGESTIONS Please feel free to offer suggestions regarding your experience at the Arena to any available Arena personnel or call (937) 229-4635. You may also use commentcardswhicharelocatedthroughouttheArena, sendanemailtoFlyerVoice@notes.udayton.eduorvisit DaytonFlyers.com. WILL CALL Will Call tickets may be picked up at the ticket office on the south side of the Arena only. WIRELESS INTERNET The UD Arena is eqipped for wireless internet access bothintheseatingbowlandinthemediaworkroom. Apasswordisrequiredtoaccessthewirelessnetwork at UD Arena.

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BE THERE FOR THE ACTION! SATURDAY, MARCH 26 AND MONDAY, MARCH 28 AT UD ARENA CHEER ON THE TEAMS - THE REGIONAL CHAMPION ADVANCES FROM UD ARENA TO THE FINAL FOUR APRIL 3-5, 2011 IN INDIANAPOLIS AT CONSECO FIELDHOUSE. TICKET PRICING All Session: Lower Arena:$37 Upper Arena: $22

Single Session Lower Arena: $21 Upper Arena :$14

Groups of 20+: $11 (single session only) All Session Parking: $14 Single Session Parking $7


2010-11 University of Dayton Women's Basketball Media Guide  

2010-11 University of Dayton Women's Basketball Media Guide

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