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Weiser 2011-12 Fort Hays State Quick Facts General School Fort Hays State University City/Zip Hays, Kansas 67601 Founded 1902 Enrollment 9,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference MIAA Nickname Tigers Colors Black & Gold President Dr. Edward H. Hammond Athletic Director Curtis Hammeke Home Court Gross Memorial Coliseum (6,814) Surface Hardwood Ticket Office Phone (785) 628-4050 First Year of Basketball 1969-70 Overall All-Time Record 664-434 (.605) Years In NCAA Division II Tourn./Last 1/2005 Last NCAA Tournament Opponent North Dakota Lost 56-87 (North Central Region - First Round)

Sports Information Women’s Basketball Contact Doug Self Office Phone (785) 628-5800 E-mail daself@fhsu.edu Sports Information Director Ryan Prickett SID Office Phone (785) 628-5903 SID Fax (785) 628-4383 Press Box Phone NA Fort Hays State Athletics Website www.fhsuathletics.com Coaching Staff Head Coach Tony Hobson Alma Mater, Year Hastings College, 1981 Record at FHSU (Years) 39-43/.476 (4th season) 4-year College Career Record (Years) 250-83/.751 (11th season) Total Collegiate Record (Years) 452-149/.752 (20th season) Best Time To Call Weekday Mornings

Team Information 2010-11 Record 12-14 (Home: 10-4, Road: 2-10, Neutral: 1-1) 2010-11 Conference Record/Finish 9-13 MIAA/9th (Home: 7-4, Road: 2-9, Neutral: 0-0) Starters Returning/Lost 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 5/6


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Game Records Season Records Career Records Team Records Yearly Leaders

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FHSU Individual Honors Conference Champions FHSU All-Americans History of Letterwinners Coaching History National Champions Series Records Season-By-Season Results FHSU Milestone Victories Media Information FHSU Sports Information

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Credits

The 2011-12 Fort Hays State University Women’s Basketball Media Guide was written, edited and designed by Doug Self, FHSU Sports Information Graduate Assistant. Guide also edited by Ryan Prickett, FHSU Sports Information Director. Outside covers were designed by Doug Self. Player and coach mugs, action photos, and campus photos are credited to Mitch Weber of FHSU CTELT. Statistical research and historical research for the guide was conducted by Ryan Prickett, Doug Self, Jason McCullough, former FHSU Sports Information Director, Trent Smith and Lynn Womack, former sports information assistants, and Rich Topp. The guide was printed by Fort Hays State University Printing Services.

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RECORDS

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Oklahoma State (Exhibition) St. Mary’s (Texas) Tarleton State Tabor College Central Christian (Kan.) Northwest Oklahoma State Bethel College Lincoln Washburn Missouri Western Nebraska-Kearney Northwest Missouri State Doane College Truman Central Missouri Southwest Baptist Missouri Southern Pittsburg State Emporia State MIAA Opponent Series History

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2010-11 MIAA Standings 2010-11 MIAA Postseason Results 2010-11 All-MIAA Selections 2010-11 MIAA Individual Leaders 2010-11 MIAA Team Leaders About The MIAA MIAA All-Time Champions MIAA Member Information

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2011-12 Roster Pronunciation Guide 2011-12 Team Photo 2011-12 Roster Breakdown 2010-11 Outlook Returning Player Profiles Newcomer Profiles

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About Fort Hays State University FHSU President - Dr. Edward H. Hammond FHSU Athletics Staff Athletics Staff Directory Academic Majors at FHSU FHSU Athletic Facilities

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About Fort Hays State University Founded in 1902 on the plains of Western Kansas, Fort Hays State University is the second youngest of the state’s six universities. FHSU celebrated its centennial in 2002. From a humble but exciting beginning, when just two faculty members and a 19-course curriculum greeted 34 students, our university has grown to a faculty of nearly 300, a support staff of 250 and a student body of 9,000. The university now offers hundreds of courses in each of its four main colleges — Education, Arts and Sciences, Business and Leadership, and Health and Life Sciences — and the Graduate School. The FHSU Virtual College provides many of the courses through various media to sites across Kansas and beyond. FHSU is governed by a Board of Regents appointed by the governor of the state of Kansas. FHSU is located in Hays, the largest city in northwest Kansas. Hays began as a wild frontier town and has grown into a progressive community of about 20,000 people. The old and new blend beautifully to form a city that is small enough to be comfortable yet large enough to provide abundant cultural, commercial and entertainment opportunities. In 1996, Hays was recognized as an All-America City. The university sits on a campus of 4,160 acres of land that once was part of the historic Fort Hays frontier military post, and it recently expanded to include the relocated Sternberg Museum of Natural History on a site adjacent to Interstate 70 in northeast Hays. Big Creek, with its shady, grassy banks, meanders through the main campus, providing a tranquil learning atmosphere and serving as a natural laboratory for students in the biological sciences. With its stately limestone buildings and profuse flowers, trees and shrubs, our campus has often been called the prettiest in Kansas. FHSU is academically superior to many comparable universities, offers students an electronic learning and living environment, and is richly endowed by heritage and tradition. Students come to our university for a multitude of reasons, but surveys show that their overwhelming reason is “the university’s reputation for academic excellence and its caring faculty.” The university supports one of the most extensive and successful intercollegiate sports programs of any comparably sized college or university in America, boasting numerous All-American athletes and national championships. More than 350 athletes compete annually in eight men’s and eight women’s sports. FHSU is a member of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, which comprises 10 schools from the states of Kansas and Missouri. The university also serves as the cultural center of western Kansas, featuring fine arts exhibitions, performing arts presentations by faculty, students and traveling professional troupes, and a Presidential Lecture Series.

Dr. Edward H. Hammond - Fort Hays State University President Dr. Edward H. Hammond is the eighth President of Fort Hays State University. A man of boundless enthusiasm and energy whose style is upbeat and progressive, Dr. Hammond was born in McAllen, Texas, but raised in the Kansas City area. Prior to his current post, President Hammond gained educational experiences and shared his expertise at the universities of Louisville, Seton Hall, Southern Illinois, Purdue, and Missouri-Columbia. The President holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Emporia State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia. President Hammond has been extremely active since assuming the leadership of the university in the summer of 1987. He laid the groundwork for a cooperative educational initiative between FHSU and the community colleges in western Kansas. He has watched his dream to totally computerize the campus become a reality and created an organization comprised of business and community leaders from 54 western Kansas counties and helped to establish scholarship programs for potential minority school teachers at Garden City and Liberal. Dr. Hammond has played a major role in furthering economic development in Hays and western Kansas and introduced a voice mail system that vaulted the foreign language efforts of FHSU into an elite class. He prompted the completion of the Beach/ Schmidt Performing Arts Center for the cultural development of the area and launched the expansion of Sternberg Museum to its new location on Interstate 70. He obtained federal and state funding for the university’s new $12 million science building and completed a $20 million capital campaign to raise private monies for the enhancement of many university programs. President Hammond has been published widely and is in demand nationally as an educational consultant because of his expertise in risk management, staff and institutional liability, sexual harassment, and alcohol education issues. Hammond is married to the former Mary Sprenkel. Hammond has two daughters, Kelly and Julie, and one son, Lance.


FORT HAYS STATE ATHLETICS STAFF Carolyn Bird - Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Women’s Administrator Carolyn Bird is in her 21st year at Fort Hays State University as Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women’s Administrator. Bird is also the head of NCAA Compliance and all student-athlete services at FHSU. Bird has served on several Fort Hays State, Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association and national committees. Bird received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in History from Fort Hays State University. She and her husband, John, have four children and three grandchildren.

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Brady Ternes - Head Athletic Trainer Tim Callahan is in his second year as Assistant Athletic Director for Brady Ternes is in his third year as head athletic trainer at Fort External Operations at Fort Hays State University. Prior to coming to Hays State University. Ternes served as the assistant athletic FHSU, Callahan spent two years at Emporia State University as the trainer at Fort Hays State from 2003 to 2009. Director of Athletic Marketing. He also spent time at the University of In addition to his athletic training responsibilities, Ternes teaches Nebraska Kearney & the University of North Texas; both positions athletic training courses in the Health & Human Performance were actively involved with running the day-to-day marketing Department. operations. Prior to FHSU, Ternes was a graduate assistant at GardnerHis primary duties include oversight of the corporate sponsorships Webb University in Boiling Springs, N.C. He earned a bachelor’s and advertising revenue for the athletic department while handling degree in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State supervisory duties for all external activities. He will also direct all marketing and and a master’s degree in Sport Science and Pedagogy from promotional efforts, print production, enhancement of game atmosphere & assist with all Gardner-Webb University. aspects of event management and operations. Ternes earned his NATABOC Certification in 2001 and is licensed as an athletic A native of Greeley, Nebraska, Callahan holds two degrees from the University of trainer by the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts. He is a member of the National Nebraska Kearney; a bachelors in Exercise Science in 2003 and Masters Degree in Sport Athletic Trainers Association and the Kansas Athletic Trainers Society. Administration in 2007. Brady and his wife, Lisa, currently reside in Hays.

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Ryan Prickett is in his seventh year as Sports Information Director at Fort Hays State University. Prickett became the sports information director in June of 2005. He is the head media contact for all of Fort Hays State’s 16 intercollegiate athletic programs. Prickett has been involved in Fort Hays State’s sports information department for 12 years as a student assistant, graduate assistant, and now head director. He worked under former Fort Hays State Sports Information Directors Jack Kuestermeyer, Steve Webster Brad Haynes - Assistant Athletic Director for and Jason McCullough. Internal Operations Prickett is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America Brad Haynes is in his fourth year as an Assistant Athletic Director (CoSIDA). He is responsible for writing, editing and designing all of Fort Hays State at Fort Hays State University. This is his first year as Assistant AD for University’s athletic publications. Prickett manages Fort Hays State’s athletic website, Internal Operations, after handling External Operations the previous www.fhsuathletics.com, and all statistical operations for each Tiger athletic program. two years. Haynes returned to Fort Hays State University in 2008 with Prickett has also served as the head media contact for Kansas State High School over 11 years of experience in sports administration. Activities Association State Championships hosted in Hays for football, volleyball, Haynes’ past administrative experiences include stops in minor wrestling, and boys and girls basketball. league baseball with Anaheim Angels and Texas Rangers affiliates, Prickett has gained national recognition by CoSIDA for his publications at Fort Hays minor league hockey with a Calgary Flames affiliate, and Division I State. He has garnered top 10 national finishes for media guides in football, volleyball, and II athletics (Texas Tech University and University of Nebraska at and men’s and women’s basketball. Most recently, he garnered two citations for Omaha). excellence in publications for the 2008-09 season with the women’s basketball media Haynes holds two degrees from Fort Hays State, a bachelor’s in Business Education guide finishing third and the men’s basketball media guide finishing fourth in the nation. and a master’s in Sports Administration. As he acquired his degrees, he was a baseball A native of Salina, Kan., Prickett earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education player (undergrad) and assistant coach (graduate) for now-athletic director Curtis from Fort Hays State University in 2003, and a master’s degree in Sports Administration Hammeke. Haynes’ family includes son Cyrus and daughter Heidi. in 2005. Prickett and his wife, Stacy, currently reside in Hays.

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Curtis Hammeke was named the Director of Athletics at Fort Hays State University on May 20, 2004. Hammeke is in his second stint as an administrator at FHSU. He served as the Head Baseball Coach and Assistant Director of Athletics from 1991-1996. Hammeke spent the 2003-04 school year as the athletic director at Kansas Newman in Wichita, Kan. Before taking the Athletic Director position at Kansas Newman, Hammeke served as the director of athletics at Butler County Community College from 1998-2003. Before that, he was director of athletics at Great Bend High School for two years, beginning in 1996, after leaving his position at FHSU. Hammeke earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Fort Hays State University in 1985 and a master’s degree in Athletic Administration in 1993. The Great Bend, Kan., native played baseball for FHSU from 1983-1984. Hammeke also worked at Barton County Community College as Assistant Baseball Coach and Sports Information Director from 1987-1991 and as a writer for the Grand Island Daily Independent from 1986-1987. During his time as FHSU’s head baseball coach, Hammeke received the Louisville Slugger Award in 1995, a national coach of the year honor, and was named coach of the year by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the Mile High Intercollegiate Baseball League. Hammeke and his wife, Annette, have three children—Andy, Alicia and Nicholas.

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Jason McCullough

Brett Parker

Craig Shaw

Mark Johnson

Tony Hobson

Chas Thompson

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Men’s & Women’s Cross Country

Men’s Soccer

Women’s Soccer

Men’s Basketball

Women’s Basketball

Wrestling

Steve Johnson

Erin Kinberger

Dennis Weber

Brian Flax

Brad Jordan

Rich Guffey

Stephanie Dechant

Jan Cutright

Baseball

Softball

Men’s & Women’s Track & Field

Tennis

Men’s Golf

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Administrative Specialist

Bookkeeper

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Area Code: 785 Main campus switchboard number: (785) 628-4000 Athletic Department Phone: (785) 628-4050 Athletics Fax Number: (785) 628-4383

Fort Hays State Athletic Administration Position Athletic Director Assistant A.D. for Internal Operations Assistant A.D. for External Operations Associate A.D./SWA/Compliance Sports Information Director Administrative Specialist Bookkeeper Head Athletic Trainer Gross/Cunningham Complex Operations

Name Curtis Hammeke Brad Haynes Tim Callahan Carolyn Bird Ryan Prickett Stephanie Dechant Jan Cutright Brady Ternes Tom Wasinger

Phone 628-4353 628-5288 628-4429 628-4372 628-5903 628-4050 628-4394 628-5823 628-4199

E-mail chammeke@fhsu.edu behaynes@fhsu.edu tjcallahan@fhsu.edu cbird@fhsu.edu rpricket@fhsu.edu sdechant@fhsu.edu jcutrigh@fhsu.edu bternes@fhsu.edu twasinge@fhsu.edu

Fort Hays State Head Coaches Position FOOTBALL Head Coach VOLLEYBALL Head Coach CROSS COUNTRY Head Coach MEN’S SOCCER Head Coach WOMEN’S SOCCER Head Coach MEN’S BASKETBALL Head Coach WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Head Coach WRESTLING Head Coach BASEBALL Head Coach SOFTBALL Head Coach TRACK & FIELD Head Coach TENNIS Head Coach GOLF Head Men’s Coach Head Women’s Coach

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E-mail

Chris Brown

628-4399

cjbrown9@fhsu.edu

Kurt Kohler

628-4392

knkohler@fhsu.edu

Jason McCullough

628-4352

jmccullo@fhsu.edu

Brett Parker

628-5471

bmparker2@fhsu.edu

Craig Shaw

628-5690

cashaw@fhsu.edu

Mark Johnson

628-4355

mjohnson@fhsu.edu

Tony Hobson

628-4375

thobson@fhsu.edu

Chas Thompson

628-5392

chthompson@fhsu.edu

Steve Johnson

628-4357

skjohnson5@fhsu.edu

Erin Kinberger

628-5885

ebkinberger@fhsu.edu

Dennis Weber

628-4390

dweber@fhsu.edu

Brian Flax

628-5854

bflax@fhsu.edu

Brad Jordan Richard Guffey

623-7171 628-6653

bjordan@eaglecom.net fhgolf@ruraltel.net

Academic Majors At Fort Hays State University Accounting Agricultural Business Agriculture Art Art Education Art History Associate of General Studies Athletic Training Beef Cattle Management Biology Biology and General Science Business Communication Business Education Chemistry Chemistry Education Communication Education Communication Studies Computer Networking and Telecommunications Computer Science Computer Science - Business Counselor Education (Master of Science) Criminal Justice Educational Administration (Master of Science) Elementary Education English English Education Finance General Studies

Geography/Geographic Information Systems Geology Graphic Design Health & Human Performance Health & Human Performance - Teaching History History Education Information Networking & Telecommunications Interdisciplinary Studies Interior Design Justice Studies Library Media Specialist Management Management Information Systems Marketing Master’s in Education Math Education Mathematics Media Studies Medical Diagnostic Imaging Modern Languages Music Music Education Music Performance Nursing Office Technology Organizational Leadership Philosophy

Physical Science Political Science Pre-Public Administration Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Forestry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Osteopathy Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Podiatry Pre-Theology Pre-Veterinary Medicine Psychology Radiologic Technology Reading Specialist Social Work Sociology Special Education Specialist in Education (Education Administration) Speech-Language Pathology Studio Art Technology Leadership Technology Studies Telecommunications/Networking


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LEWIS FIELD STADIUM is the 6,362-seat home of the Tiger football team and track and field teams. The stadium was constructed in 1936 on what was formerly the Golden Belt Fairgrounds, and was named in honor of William Alexander Lewis, president of Fort Hays State University from 1913 to 1933. The native limestone structure was refurbished to its former glory in 1993 when 57 years of weathering was sandblasted away. The Poligras artificial surface installed in 2003, which plays similar to natural grass, replaced the old STADIA-Turf, which had been in use since 1993. Prior to the start of the 1996 season, seating was replaced throughout the stadium. The seating includes 1,000 chairback seats on the west side and new bench seating in the remainder of the stadium. A new Tiger locker room, coach offices, and player meeting rooms were completed in the summer of 2006 on the east side of the stadium. The new locker room has carpet flooring and individual lockers for 90 players. Offices and meeting rooms are located upstairs on the east side of the stadium. The 8-lane rubber and polyurethane Alex Francis track, named to honor the former Tiger track & field coach, was refurbished with a new red surface in 2003. The majority of field events are conducted outside the north wall.

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GROSS MEMORIAL COLISEUM is the home of Fort Hays State men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and indoor track and field. The coliseum is in its 39th year of operation in 2011-12. The 6,814-seat arena was finished in August of 1973 at a cost of seven million dollars. The Tigers made the move across campus from Sheridan Coliseum, which seated 2,000. Paul “Busch” Gross is the namesake of the Coliseum. Gross coached basketball at FHSU from 1930 to 1946 and also served as the athetic director at Fort Hays State for several years. Major renovations took place in the coliseum in the summer of 2011 with the installation of a completely new playing surface and indoor track, and remodeled locker rooms for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. The old wood surface, which had been in place for at least a couple of decades, was stripped down to the cement underneath and replaced with a more forgiving wood surface. On the new playing surface, a larger Tiger logo was painted around the midcourt circle. A new track was laid over the existing one around the outside of the wood playing surface. Remodeled locker rooms for the basketball teams are scheduled to be ready sometime in the fall of 2011. In the summer of 2008, changes were made with the addition of chairback seating on the lower level of the coliseum. Approximately 650 chairback seats were installed along the sidelines of the court. New composite retractable bleachers were installed on both ends of the court. The chairback seats and new bleachers replace the old wooden bleachers that encompassed the entire lower level. Prior to the start of the 2006-07 season, the wood playing floor was resurfaced to reflect the Tigers’ affiliation with the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. A new Tiger logo is located in the circle at half-court. The conference letters “MIAA” are located in the lanes just inside the free-throw lines on each end of the basketball court. The word “Tigers” is located on each baseline of the basketball court. Fort Hays State University and the NCAA logo are also on the court along each sideline. Prior to the start of the 1996-97 season several changes were made to GMC. The major renovation was the installation of a new permanent wood floor. Other additions included the construction of new locker rooms and the remodelling of two existing locker rooms. The sound system was upgraded with the addition of 16 speakers and a new sound board which allows for programming of music, messages and sound effects. Prior to the 1997-98 season two new message boards were installed. M.C. Cunningham Hall is part of the total Health, Physical Education and Recreation/ Athletic complex at Fort Hays State. Cunningham Hall houses HHP offices, classrooms, a swimming pool, four full-sized gymnasiums, eight handball/racquetball courts, a weight room, two dance studios, and a wrestling room. Gross Memorial Coliseum is a multipurpose facility. It is also home to the KSHSAA 1A State Basketball Tournament, the KSHSAA 3-2-1A State Wrestling Championships, and the KSHSAA 1A State Volleyball Championships. The coliseum houses the FHSU Athletic Department, a large athletic training room, locker rooms, concession stands, a press box and the Field Weight Room which features full nautilus equipment and free weights.

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LARKS PARK is the home of the Fort Hays State baseball team. The park is owned by the city of Hays, but operated by the FHSU athletic department. Larks Park was built in 1940 as part of a Works Progress Administration project. It is the oldest baseball park in the state of Kansas. Larks Park is located at Fourth and Main in Hays. The park features a limestone frame with restrooms, concession facilities and seating for 1,200 Tiger fans, although a record 1,868 turned out on April 8, 2005, to watch FHSU play Mesa State College. The park has seen several improvements over the past few years. New fencing and a new scoreboard were installed in 2008. The infield playing surface was replaced during the summer of 2003. The poligras infield was necessary due to the numerous games that are played in the park each year. The poligras turf is the same surface that was installed at Lewis Field Stadium for football. Bluegrass sod was laid in the infield just alongside the turf. The outfield has been leveled and reseeded. New lights were installed in March of 2000, which allows the Tigers to play additional night games. Park dimensions are 322 down the left field line and 319 to right, 349 in the power alleys and 405 to center field.

TIGER STADIUM is home to the Fort Hays State University softball team. Groundbreaking for the stadium occurred in January of 1998 and was ready for action by February of 1999. The stadium’s official dedication came on April 15, 1999, at a home game versus Mesa State College. Tiger Stadium is on the south side of Gross Memorial Coliseum/ Cunningham Hall. The park features concession facilities and seating for 500 fans. Park dimensions are 200 feet down the left and right field lines, 210 feet to the power alleys and 220 feet to center field. A wooden outfield fence standing eight feet tall was built prior to the 2011 season to replace the chainlink fence that stood their previously. Upgrades to the park were made before the 2007 season with the installation of a new Oklahoma red clay infield surface. The surface is excellent for the Kansas wind and has a high moisture content ratio, providing the ability to withstand spring storms, particularly in the absence of field tarp. Drought resistent fescue grass is the surface in the outfield and foul territory. In 2008, a new scoreboard with LED lighting was installed beyond the outfield wall. The park has featured a net-style backstop since 2007. Behind the center field portion of the fence sits three flagpoles which hold the American, State of Kansas and FHSU flags. The chainlink fencing alongside foul territory contains billboards of Tiger supporters.

FHSU Soccer Stadium at Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex The FHSU SOCCER STADIUM will open for play in the fall of 2011, the inaugural season of Fort Hays State men’s and women’s soccer. The Tigers home stadium is part of the Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex which also features eight baseball/softball fields and eight football/soccer fields. The stadium is a state of the art soccer-specific complex with a synthetic turf playing surface and lighting that meets NCAA regulations for holding night contests. Other features include a Daktronics scoreboard with LED lighting just beyond the south end of the playing field, bleachers seating 500-plus fans, and a two-level press box. The stadium also has both men’s and women’s locker rooms and a concessions area. This brand new facility sits on 120 acres of ground and is located just northwest of Gross Memorial Coliseum on the western edge of Hays at the intersection of Old Highway 40 and the Highway 183 bypass.

FHSU Tennis Courts

The FHSU TENNIS COURTS are home to the Lady Tiger tennis team. Six courts are available for both tournament and dual match contests. The courts were completed in 1994 on the south side of the Gross Memorial Coliseum/Cunningham Hall Complex.

Smoky Hill Country Club

SMOKY HILL COUNTRY CLUB is home to the Fort Hays State men’s and women’s golf teams. The par-71 layout is one of the premier golf courses in northwest Kansas. The course opened in 1962 and was designed by Greg H. Nash. Smoky Hill Country Club is located at 3303 Hall in Hays.


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GROSS MEMORIAL COLISEUM in the fall of 2011. is the home of Fort Hays State men’s In the summer of 2008, changes and women’s basketball, volleyball, were made with the addition of wrestling, and indoor track and field. chairback seating on the lower level The coliseum is in its 39th year of of the coliseum. Approximately 650 operation in 2011-12. The 6,814-seat chairback seats were installed along arena was finished in August of 1973 the sidelines of the court. New at a cost of seven million dollars. The composite retractable bleachers Tigers made the move across campus were installed on both ends of the from Sheridan Coliseum, which court. The chairback seats and new seated 2,000. Paul “Busch” Gross is bleachers replace the old wooden the namesake of the Coliseum. Gross bleachers that encompassed the coached basketball at FHSU from entire lower level. 1930 to 1946 and also served as the Prior to the start of the 2006-07 athetic director at Fort Hays season, the wood playing State for several years. floor was resurfaced GROSS MEMORIAL COLISEUM Major renovations took to reflect the Tigers’ Seating Capacity: 6,814 Surface: Wood place in the coliseum affiliation with the MidConstructed: 1973 in the summer of 2011 America Intercollegiate INDOOR TRACK with the installation of a Athletics Association. A Surface: Rubber completely new playing new Tiger logo is located surface and indoor track, in the circle at half-court. and remodeled locker rooms for the The conference letters “MIAA” are men’s and women’s basketball teams. located in the lanes just inside the The old wood surface, which had free-throw lines on each end of the been in place for at least a couple of basketball court. The word “Tigers” decades, was stripped down to the is located on each baseline of the cement underneath and replaced with basketball court. Fort Hays State a more forgiving wood surface. On the University and the NCAA logo new playing surface, a larger Tiger are also on the court along each logo was painted around the midcourt sideline. circle. A new track was laid over the Prior to the start of the 1996-97 existing one around the outside of the season several changes were made wood playing surface. Remodeled to GMC. The major renovation was locker rooms for the basketball teams the installation of a new permanent are scheduled to be ready sometime wood floor. Other additions included

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the construction of new locker rooms and the remodelling of two existing locker rooms. The sound system was upgraded with the addition of 16 speakers and a new sound board which allows for programming of music, messages and sound effects. Prior to the 1997-98 season two new message boards were installed. M.C. Cunningham Hall is part of the total Health, Physical Education and Recreation/Athletic complex at Fort Hays State. Cunningham Hall houses HHP offices, classrooms, a swimming pool, four full-sized gymnasiums, eight handball/

racquetball courts, a weight room, two dance studios, and a wrestling room. Gross Memorial Coliseum is a multipurpose facility. It is also home to the KSHSAA 1A State Basketball Tournament, the KSHSAA 3-2-1A State Wrestling Championships, and the KSHSAA 1A State Volleyball Championships. The coliseum houses the FHSU Athletic Department, a large athletic training room, locker rooms, concession stands, a press box and the Field Weight Room which features full nautilus equipment and free weights.


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Tony Hobson • Head Coach Tony Hobson is in his fourth season as head coach of the Fort Hays State women’s basketball program. He became the sixth coach in the history of the women’s basketball program in the summer of 2008. In his first two seasons, Hobson led Fort Hays State to appearances in the MIAA Tournament in Kansas City, Mo. before missing the conference tournament last season. Hobson recorded his 450th career victory and 250th victory at a four-year school last season as the Tigers finished 12-14. It was just the third time in Hobson’s 19year coaching career that he had a team finish with a record below .500. He has an overall collegiate coaching record of 452-149 (.752) at the junior college, NAIA and NCAA Division II level. Hobson came to Fort Hays State from Hastings College in Hastings, Neb., where he was head coach of the Lady Broncos for seven years. Hobson won back-to-back NAIA National Championships in his first two seasons (2001-02 & 2002-03) as head coach at Hastings College, and led the school to another National Championship in the 2005-06 season. He was named NAIA Coach of the Year three times, all coming during the national championship seasons. The NAIA National Championship in 2001-02 was the first basketball championship at any college level, men or women, in the state of Nebraska. Hobson was an associate head coach at Hastings in 2000-01, being hired a year early to take over the program the following year. Hobson’s teams reached the 30-win plateau in five of his seven years as head coach at Hastings College. The 34 wins recorded by the 2001-02 team are the most wins ever for a women’s basketball team in the state of Nebraska. His teams qualified for the NAIA National Tournament all seven years and reached the Final Four in five of the seven years. He led Hastings College to Great Plains Athletic Conference regular season championships in 2004, 2006 and 2007 and conference tournament championships in 2002, 2003 and 2007. In his time at Hastings College, Hobson accumulated a record of 211-40. Prior to his stint at Hastings College, Hobson was head women’s basketball coach at Barton County Community College in Great Bend, Kan., from 1997-2000. At BCCC, he accumulated a record of 7822 in three seasons, guiding the Cougars to a KJCCC West Division Championship and Region VI Final Four appearance in 1998-99, and a Region VI Championship and fifth place finish at the NJCAA National Tournament in 1999-2000. The 1999-2000 team set a school record for wins in a season (34). Hobson began his collegiate coaching career as the head coach of the Cloud County Community College women’s basketball program from 1983-1989, where he compiled a record of 124-44 in six seasons. He guided the Thunderbirds to the Region VI finals in 1984-85 and 1985-86. As a player, Hobson was a two-time all-conference and alldistrict 11 performer for Hastings College in 1980 and 1981. He played two seasons at Barton County Community College prior to the two years at Hastings College, garnering all-conference and all-region honors in 1979. Hobson earned an associate’s degree from Barton County Community College in 1979 and a bachelor’s degree from Hastings College in Business Administration in 1981. He earned a master’s degree in Sports Administration from the United States Sports Academy in Mobile, Ala., in 1989. Hobson is a native of Hardy, Neb. He and his wife, Becky, have two children, Samantha and Cash. Samantha is a freshman on the Fort Hays State women’s golf team this year.


HEAD COACH TONY HOBSON HOBSON’S COACHING RECORD AT 2-YEAR COLLEGES

Personal: Year at FHSU: Born: Hometown: Education:

Coaching Experience: 2008-Pres. 2001-08 2000-01

1994-97 1983-89

Pct. .919 .868 .886 .727 .838 .800 .833 .429 .536 .462 .751

*Won NAIA National Championship in 2002, 2003, and 2006

HOBSON’S TOTAL COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD Year 1983-89 1997-00 2001-08 2008-10 19 Years

School Cloud County CC Barton County CC Hastings College Fort Hays State Career Total

Record 124-44 78-22 211-40 39-43 452-149

Pct. .738 .780 .824 .476 .752

3 NAIA National Championships Hastings College 2001-02 2002-03 2005-06 Coaching Honors

2006 2006 2006 2006 2004 2003 2003 2002 2002 1999 1999

NAIA National Coach of the Year GPAC Coach of the Year Lincoln Star Journal Coach of the Year Elected to Barton County CC Hall of Fame GPAC Coach of the Year NAIA National Coach of the Year Omaha World Herald Midland College Coach of the Year NAIA National Coach of the Year Lincoln Star Journal Coach of the Year Jayhawk West Conference Coach of the Year WBCA District V Coach of the Year

HISTORY

1997-2000

Fort Hays State University Head Women’s Basketball Coach Hastings College Head Women’s Basketball Coach Hastings College Associate Head Coach Barton County Community College Head Women’s Basketball Coach Superior High School, Superior, Neb. Head Boys Basketball Coach Cloud County Community College Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Record 34-3 33-5 31-4 24-9 31-6 28-7 30-6 12-16 15-13 12-14 250-83

RECORDS

4th March 29, 1959 Hardy, Nebraska Hastings College B.S. Business Administration (1981) United States Sports Academy M.S. Sports Administration (1989)

School *Hastings College *Hastings College Hastings College Hastings College *Hastings College Hastings College Hastings College Fort Hays State Fort Hays State Fort Hays State Total

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

REVIEW

Post Season Breakdown under Hobson MIAA Post-Season Tournament: 0-2 NCAA Division II Regionals: 0-0

HOBSON’S COACHING RECORD AT 4-YEAR COLLEGES

OPPONENTS

Overall Record at FHSU: 39-43 Conference Games (MIAA): 25-37 Non-Conference Games: 14-6 Home Games (Gross Coliseum): 29-14 Away Games: 8-26 Neutral Site Games: 2-3 vs. NAIA Opponents: 8-2

L 1 0 3 0 0 7 1 0 4 2 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 5 0 3 0 4 6

Pct. .889 .885 .571 .741 .709 .655 .484 .935 .895 .754

PLAYERS

W 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 2 2 4 2 4 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 2 1

Record 24-3 23-3 16-12 20-7 22-9 19-10 15-16 29-2 34-4 202-66

COACHES

No 1 2 6 1 2 7 1 2 6 6 3 6 2 6 1 1 1 6 1 6 2 6 7

School Cloud County CC Cloud County CC Cloud County CC Cloud County CC Cloud County CC Cloud County CC Barton County CC Barton County CC Barton County CC Total

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Tony Hobson vs. Opponents at FHSU

Team Last Gm Avila ‘08-09 Bethany (Kan.) ‘09-10 Central Missouri ‘10-11 Colorado Mines ‘09-10 Doane College (Neb.) ‘10-11 Emporia State ‘10-11 Kansas Wesleyan ‘08-09 Lincoln ‘10-11 Missouri Southern ‘10-11 Missouri Western ‘10-11 Nebraska-Kearney ‘10-11 Nebraska-Omaha ‘10-11 Newman ‘10-11 Northwest Missouri State ‘10-11 Northwestern Oklahoma State ‘09-10 Ottawa ‘08-09 Panhandle State ‘08-09 Pittsburg State ‘10-11 Regis ‘09-10 Southwest Baptist ‘10-11 Tabor ‘10-11 Truman ‘10-11 Washburn ‘10-11

Year 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 9 Years

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A Highly Successful History

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ASSISTANT COACHES

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Carrie Hofstetter • Assistant Coach Carrie Hofstetter is in her fourth season as the Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Fort Hays State University. Hofstetter came to the program from Hastings College where she served as the assistant under Tony Hobson for four years. She helped coach the Broncos to a national title during the 2005-06 season. Hofstetter had an impressive career as a player under Hobson at Hastings College. She was a member of two national championship teams and helped the program to a record of 121-22 in her four years at the school. She was a first team all-conference selection in 2003 and 2004, and an NAIA National All-Tournament Team selection three years from 2002-2004. She was the Great Plains Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a NAIA First Team All-American in 2004 as a senior. Also during her senior year, Hofstetter was named the FCA Central Nebraska Athlete of the Year, a member of the Omaha World Herald All-Nebraska Team, and received the NAIA Champions of Character Award. She still owns school records for career assists and steals. Hofstetter is a native of Edgar, Neb., and graduated in 2004 with bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Health Promotion Management from Hastings College. She played her prep career at Sandy Creek High School helping her school to four state titles in girls basketball while never losing a single game.

Kaniesha Pettaway • Graduate Assistant Kaniesha Pettaway is in her first season as a graduate assistant for the Fort Hays State women’s basketball program following one season playing for the Lady Tigers. Pettaway was one of just two players to start every game for Fort Hays State in 2011 and she led the team in steals with 36. She also ranked second on the team in blocked shots with 22 and was named to the MIAA’s All-Defensive Team. Pettaway started her career at Drake University where she started 41 games for the Bulldogs at point guard in three seasons. She helped spark Drake to the Missouri Valley Conference title as a sophomore after leading the team in assists and steals as a freshman. She also recorded four points and four rebounds in the NCAA Tournament against Tennessee as a freshman in 2006-07 and helped the Bulldogs to a WNIT appearance as a sophomore. In high school, Pettaway was named to the Missouri Class 3A First Team as a senior in 2006 at Pembroke Hill HS in Kansas City, Mo. She helped guide Pembroke Hill to consecutive Missouri Class 3A State Championships and averaged 6.8 points, 4.9 rebounds, 7.7 assists and 3.7 steals per game as a senior. Pettaway received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Fort Hays State in 2011 and she is now pursuing her master’s.


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2011-2012 ROSTER

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Numerical Roster No. 3 4 5 11 12 13 22 23 24 25 32 33 34 40 44 45

Name Crista Bechard Haley Wolf Kimber Weiser Kaiameka Brown Kate Edwards Melissa Nelson Logan Antenen Brooke Arp Jenna Ulrich Traci Keyser Kelsie Sorenson Keriann Shaw Christine Russell Kate Lehman Jacqueline Bartleson Janel Durler

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

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

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

Hometown (Previous School) Holton, Kan. (Johnson County (Kan.) CC) Ellis, Kan. (Ellis HS) Grinnell, Kan. (Barton (Kan.) CC) La Puente, Calif. (Mt. San Antonio (Calif.) Coll.) Crete, Neb. (Univ. of South Dakota) Holton, Kan. (Johnson County (Kan.) CC) Salina, Kan. (Salina South HS) Gretna, Neb. (Gretna HS) Luray, Kan. (Lucas-Luray HS) Cambridge, Neb. (Cambridge HS) McPherson, Kan. (McPherson HS) Deweese, Neb. (Sandy Creek HS) Carlton, Kan. (Southeast of Saline HS) Newton, Kan. (Newton HS) Santa Fe, N.M. (Howard (Texas) College) Wright, Kan. (Garden City (Kan.) CC)

Alphabetical Roster No. 22 23 44 3 11 45 12 25 40 13 34 33 32 24 5 4

Name Logan Antenen Brooke Arp Jacqueline Bartleson Crista Bechard Kaiameka Brown Janel Durler Kate Edwards Traci Keyser Kate Lehman Melissa Nelson Christine Russell Keriann Shaw Kelsie Sorenson Jenna Ulrich Kimber Weiser Haley Wolf

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

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

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

Hometown (Previous School) Salina, Kan. (Salina South HS) Gretna, Neb. (Gretna HS) Santa Fe, N.M. (Howard (Texas) College) Holton, Kan. (Johnson County (Kan.) CC) La Puente, Calif. (Mt. San Antonio (Calif.) Coll.) Wright, Kan. (Garden City (Kan.) CC) Crete, Neb. (Univ. of South Dakota) Cambridge, Neb. (Cambridge HS) Newton, Kan. (Newton HS) Holton, Kan. (Johnson County (Kan.) CC) Carlton, Kan. (Southeast of Saline HS) Deweese, Neb. (Sandy Creek HS) McPherson, Kan. (McPherson HS) Luray, Kan. (Lucas-Luray HS) Grinnell, Kan. (Barton (Kan.) CC) Ellis, Kan. (Ellis HS)

Head Coach: Tony Hobson (Hastings College, 1981) Assistant Coach: Carrie Hofstetter (Hastings College, 2004) Graduate Assistant: Kaniesha Pettaway

Pronunciation Guide No. Name 3

Crista BECHARD

5

Kimber WEISER

11

KAIAMEKA Brown

Pronunciation

No. Name

Pronunciation

Beh-SHARD

22

Logan ANTENEN

ANN-tuh-nin

WHY-ser

24

Jenna ULRICH

UL-rick

Kie-uh-ME-kuh

25

Traci KEYSER

KEY-ser


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2011-12 ROSTER BREAKDOWN 7

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Transfers: Jacqueline Bartleson Kaiameka Brown Kate Edwards

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True Freshmen: Logan Antenen Brooke Arp Kate Lehman Christine Russell Keriann Shaw

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Seniors: Crista Bechard Janel Durler Kimber Weiser

3

Juniors: Kaiameka Brown Traci Keyser Melissa Nelson Kelsie Sorenson Haley Wolf

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Nebraska Brooke Arp (Gretna) Kate Edwards (Crete) Traci Keyser (Cambridge) Keriann Shaw (Deweese)

Sophomores: Jacqueline Bartleson Kate Edwards Jenna Ulrich

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Freshmen: Logan Antenen Brooke Arp Kate Lehman Christine Russell Keriann Shaw

5

4

California 1 Kaiameka Brown (La Puente) New Mexico 1 Jacqueline Bartleson (Santa Fe)

HISTORY

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Redshirt Melissa Nelson

By Class

Kansas 10 Logan Antenen (Salina) Crista Bechard (Holton) Janel Durler (Wright) Kate Lehman (Newton) Melissa Nelson (Holton) Christine Russell (Carlton) Kelsie Sorenson (McPherson) Jenna Ulrich (Luray) Kimber Weiser (Grinnell) Haley Wolf (Ellis)

RECORDS

Newcomers:

By Home State

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Crista Bechard Janel Durler Traci Keyser Kelsie Sorenson Jenna Ulrich Kimber Weiser Haley Wolf

REVIEW

Returners:

OPPONENTS

Front Row (L-R): Kaiameka Brown, Crista Bechard, Logan Antenen, Melissa Nelson, Kimber Weiser, Keriann Shaw, Christine Russell, Haley Wolf. Back Row: Traci Keyser, Kelsie Sorenson, Jacqueline Bartleson, Janel Durler, Kate Lehman, Jenna Ulrich, Kate Edwards, Brooke Arp.

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2011-12 OUTLOOK

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Tigers Confident Entering 2011-12 Entering his fourth season leading the Fort Hays State women’s basketball team, head coach Tony Hobson comes into 2011-12 with optimism that the Tigers have enough firepower to compete with the top teams in the MIAA. The Tigers return their top two scorers and welcome a strong recruiting class that features three transfers and five freshman. In addition, the team will have the services of one player whose 2010-11 season was cut short due to injury. The Tigers do have some voids to fill as well. Kaniesha Pettaway played one year for the

Tigers, leading the team in assists (4.0 per game) and steals (1.4 per game) and being named to the MIAA All-Defensive Team. Pettaway has now exhausted her eligibility and joined the staff as a graduate assistant. Also lost to graduation was Kara Champlin, who led the team in rebounding (7.0 per game) while shooting a team-high .503 from the field. This year’s team will look to pick up the pace to make up for a lack of size. Hobson feels he has upgraded the teams’ athleticism across the board, giving him plenty of options to turn to.

Backcourt Crista Bechard was one of only two players to start in all 26 games for the Tigers a season ago. She also led the team in minutes per game and was tied for the team lead in scoring and 3-point field goals made. Bechard, a senior from Holton, Kan., got off to a slow start in 2010-11 but really came on down the stretch, scoring in double figures in each of the last 12 games. Her best stretch of the season was back-to-back overtime wins at Lincoln and Nebraska-Omaha when she scored 21 and 27 points, respectively. She also scored 18 points in upset wins over No. 23 Northwest Missouri State and No. 11 Washburn at home. Bechard was named an All-MIAA Honorable Mention selection in her first year with the program and looks to build off of that heading into this season. Aside from Bechard, Kimber Weiser is the Tigers only other backcourt returner who started a game last season. Weiser, a senior from Grinnell, Kan., showed flashes of offensive brilliance a year

ago, scoring 20 points at Newman and 21 two games later against Nebraska-Omaha. She found herself in the starting lineup for a pair of games following those performances but she was more effective for the Tigers coming off of the bench. Inconsistency followed Weiser throughout the season, but finished the year averaging 6.3 points and 2.1 rebounds per game. A welcome addition to the Fort Hays State backcourt will be the return of Melissa Nelson. Nelson led the Tigers in scoring during both exhibition games last year before suffering a knee injury late in the game against Kansas State. Nelson, who hails from Holton, Kan., teamed with Bechard in high school and at Johnson County (Kan.) Community College before coming to Hays. She was a second team NJCAA AllAmerican two years ago and left JCCC as the school’s fifth all-time leading scorer. The only other returner at the guard position is Haley Wolf from nearby Ellis, Kan. Wolf is a junior who has played sparingly during her two seasons with the program. Hobson will also be working with five Guards (2010-11 Statistics) Returning (3) GP-GS MPG PPG RPG APG SPG players in their first year with the program Crista Bechard 26-26 32.2 11.2 3.5 2.3 1.1 this season. He brought in a pair of Kimber Weiser 26-2 16.0 6.3 2.1 0.6 0.7 transfers in Kaiameka Brown and Kate Haley Wolf 4-0 1.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Edwards. Brown, a native of La Puente, Lost (5) GP-GS MPG PPG RPG APG SPG Calif., comes to the program from Mt. Kaniesha Pettaway 26-26 28.7 2.7 3.9 4.0 1.4 San Antonio College where last season Rhys Pihl 26-0 17.2 6.8 1.4 0.7 0.5 she helped the team to a South Coast Talia Miller 21-0 10.8 2.8 1.1 0.9 0.6 Conference title. Whitney Taylor 9-0 3.4 0.9 0.7 0.2 0.3 Edwards is a sophomore who played Hannah Ritter 4-0 3.4 0.6 0.4 0.0 0.2 last season NCAA Division I South Newcomers (6): Logan Antenen, Brooke Arp, Kaiameka Brown, Kate Edwards, Melissa Nelson*, Christine Russell Dakota. Edwards played in 30 games as *Nelson took a medical redshirt in 2010-11 a freshman at USD following an illustrious


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Frontcourt

COACHES PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW THE MIAA RECORDS HISTORY

Under Hobson, the Tigers have often used a Basketball Coaches Association as a senior at lineup featuring four guards and one post player. Traci Lucas-Luray High School. Keyser has been a beneficiary of this style of play Hobson brought in three players who will since her game is more perimeter-based. Keyser’s compete for time in the frontcourt. Among them are sophomore season started slow, but really took off junior college transfer Jacqueline Bartleson and following a career game at Northwest Missouri State freshmen Kate Lehman and Keriann Shaw. where she scored 31 points and went 12-for-12 from Bartleson comes to Hays from Howard College the free throw line. Keyser, a junior from Cambridge, (Texas) where she was an All-Western Junior Neb., went on to tie for the team lead in scoring at College Athletic Conference first team selection in 11.2 points per game and set the school record for 2009-10 as a freshman. Bartleson, a native of Santa single season free throw percentage for the second Fe, N.M., received a medical hardship last season consecutive season. Keyser also led the Tigers in and she will have three years of eligibility to play at 3-point field goal percentage and was named an All- FHSU. MIAA Honorable Mention selection. Lehman joins the Tigers from Newton, Kan. Another junior, Kelsie Sorenson, gained valuable and she instantly becomes the teams tallest player, experience last season after starting 23 games and standing at 6-foot, 4-inches tall. She averaged a averaging 19 minutes per game. Sorenson, who double-double and more than six blocks per game hails from McPherson, Kan., had a breakout year last as a senior and was named the Co-Arkansas Valley season after being limited as a freshman while she Chisholm Trail League Player of the Year and a was recovering from injury. She averaged 5.0 points Kansas Class 5A All-State first team selection last and 3.6 rebounds per game and was one of the Tigers season. top defenders. Shaw, a native of Deweese, Neb., played her Janel Durler is one of the Tigers lone true post prep career at Sandy Creek High School where she players, and in her first year with the program she led was a three-time all-state selection. Shaw helped her the team in blocks with 30 (1.2 per game). Durler, a team to a Nebraska Class C2 state championship in senior from Wright, Kan., was an effective rebounder 2010 and a third place finish in Class C1 in 2011. for the Tigers, but she struggled at the offensive end, averaging 1.8 points per game. Fort Hays State will welcome the Forwards (2010-11 Statistics) GP-GS MPG PPG RPG BPG SPG services of Jenna Ulrich at the end of Returning Traci Keyser 25-9 18.5 11.2 3.5 0.2 0.4 volleyball season. Ulrich, a sophomore Kelsie Sorenson 26-23 19.0 5.0 3.6 0.1 0.7 from Luray, Kan., got a late start to her Janel Durler 26-4 10.3 1.8 2.9 1.2 0.4 freshman year and never made much Jenna Ulrich 4-0 1.3 0.0 0.8 0.0 0.3 of an impact, playing in four games Lost GP-GS MPG PPG RPG BPG SPG and recording few stats. She was an Kara Champlin 25-21 23.3 7.6 7.0 0.4 1.1 accomplished prep player, averaging a Kara McFarland 26-13 17.4 5.7 3.7 0.8 0.9 Shelby Hillman 26-6 10.5 2.5 1.3 0.0 0.5 double-double and being named a first team all-state selection by the Kansas Newcomers: Jacqueline Bartleson, Kate Lehman, Keriann Shaw

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Arp joins the program from Gretna, Neb., where she garnered first team all-metro and all-league selections in 2010 after helping Gretna to a state runner-up finish. Arp missed her senior season due to injury. Russell was a late addition to the roster, but she was a three-time all-league and two-time all-state selection for Southeast of Saline High School in Carlton, Kan.

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prep career at Crete (Neb.) High School where she was a four-time all-state selection. True freshman who will look to add depth to the backcourt include Logan Antenen, Brooke Arp and Christine Russell. Antenen was a two-time all-state selection for Salina South High School and she was a two-time Arkansas Valley Chisholm Trail League Player of the Year.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES

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Crista Bechard Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School:

5-6 Senior Guard Holton, Kan. Johnson County (Kan.) CC *2010-11 All-MIAA Honorable Mention Team selection in 2009-10...Averaged 8.8 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game as a sophomore...Led JCCC in three-point field goals made with 72, shooting 36 percent beyond the arc...Led the KJCCC in assist-to-turnover ratio...Averaged 8.9 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 3.3 assists as a freshman in 2008-09...Finished third on the all-time threepoint field goals made list at Johnson County. Holton HS (Class of 2008): Named KBCA Class 4AAll-State Honorable Mention as a senior... Helped Holton to a state runner-up finish in 2008...Two-time all-league and three-time all-county selection...Two-time all-league and all-county selection in volleyball...Earned all-state honors in track and field...Threeyear letterwinner in basketball, volleyball, and track and field.

2010-11 (Junior): Scored a team-high 291 points, averaging 11.2 points per game...Connected on 34.5 percent of her field goal attempts, making a team-high 102 shots from the field...Tied for the team lead in three point field goals made with 45...Ranked second on the team in assists, averaging 2.3 per game...Scored in double figures 14 times, including the last 12 games of the season...Highest scoring output of the season was 27 points in the overtime win at Nebraska-Omaha...Scored 18 points in upset home wins No. 23 NW Missouri State and No. 11 Washburn...Hit a season-high four three-point field goals on two occasions...Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds at Nebraska-Omaha...Dished out a season-best five assists against Tabor and Nebraska-Omaha at home... Blocked two shots at Nebraska-Omaha...Recorded a steal in 20 games, including a season-high three against Truman...Played a team-high 32.2 minutes per game...All-MIAA Honorable Mention selection...Earned first FHSU letter. Johnson County (Kan.) CC: NJCAA All-American Third

BECHARD’S CAREER STATS SEASON GP GS MIN AVG FG 2010-11 26 26 837 32.2 102 TOTAL 26 26 837 32.2 102

FGA 296 296

PCT .345 .345

FG 45 45

FGA 141 141

PCT .319 .319

FT 42 42

FTA 59 59

Personal MAJOR - Biology/Pre-Occupational Therapy. PARENTS - Richard & Pam Bechard.

PCT .712 .712

OREB 13 13

DREB 77 77

TOT 90 90

AVG 3.5 3.5

PF 42 42

FO 0 0

AST 60 60

TO 39 39

BLK 3 3

STL PTS AVG 28 291 11.2 28 291 11.2

Haley Wolf Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School:

5-3 Junior Guard Ellis, Kan. Ellis HS

2010-11 (Sophomore): Made four appearances for the Tigers...Played a season-high two minutes in the season opener against Doane. 2009-10 (Freshman): Appeared in four games for the Tigers...Scored three points in four minutes against Northwestern Oklahoma State...Recorded her only rebound against Newman...Dished out an assist in two games... Had her only steal against Bethany. Ellis HS (Class of 2009): Two-time all-league selection including a first team selection as a senior...Member of two state qualifying basketball teams including a state-runner up squad WOLF’S CAREER STATS SEASON GP GS MIN 2009-10 4 0 10 2010-11 4 0 5 TOTAL 8 0 15

AVG 2.5 1.3 1.9

FG 2 0 2

FGA 4 0 4

PCT .500 .000 .500

FG 1 0 1

FGA 1 0 1

PCT 1.000 .000 1.000

FT 0 0 0

FTA 0 0 0

her senior year...Played in the Northwest Kansas All-Star Game...State champion in the mile run as a senior...Four-time state placer in cross country with a third place finish being her highest...Participated in the 2009 Cross Country Shrine Bowl Run...Owned four cross country and track and field records at Ellis High School when she graduated. Personal MAJOR - Athletic Training. PARENTS - Jack & Andrea Wolf.

PCT OFF DEF TOT .000 0 1 1 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 1 1

AVG 0.3 0.0 0.1

PF 1 0 1

FO 0 0 0

AST TO 2 0 0 3 2 3

BLK 0 0 0

STL 1 0 1

PTS 5 0 5

AVG 1.3 0.0 0.6


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Kimber Weiser 5-8 Senior Guard Grinnell, Kan. Barton (Kan.) CC

AVG 7.1 16.0 12.1

FG 15 56 71

FGA 38 171 209

PCT .395 .327 .340

FG 9 13 22

FGA 20 58 78

PCT .450 .224 .282

FT 8 39 47

FTA 11 51 62

Personal MAJOR - Health & Human Performance. PARENTS - Mickey & Brenda Weiser. OTHER - Her parents were athletes at Fort Hays State.

PCT OFF DEF TOT .727 7 11 18 .765 31 23 54 .758 38 34 72

AVG 0.9 2.1 1.6

PF 13 52 65

FO 0 0 0

AST TO 8 18 16 38 24 56

BLK 1 5 6

STL 4 17 21

PTS 47 164 211

AVG 2.4 6.3 4.6

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WEISER’S CAREER STATS SEASON GP GS MIN 2009-10 20 0 142 2010-11 26 2 415 TOTAL 46 2 557

pulled down four rebounds against Regis...Recorded two assists in two different games...Blocked her only shot of the season against Doane... Recorded one steal on four occasions...Earned first FHSU letter. Barton (Kan.) CC: Played in nine games at Barton Community College as a freshman in 2008-09 before transferring to Fort Hays State for the spring semester...Averaged 4.7 points and 1.8 rebounds per game. Oakley HS (Class of 2007): All-state, all-area, and all-league first team selection as a junior and senior...Helped Oakley High School to the 2A State Championship her junior year...Participated in the KBCA and Northwest Kansas All-Star Games.

COACHES

2010-11 (Junior): Played in all 26 games for the Lady Tigers, making two starts...Averaged 6.3 points per contest, which ranked her fifth on the team...Led the Tigers in scoring seven times, including a stretch of four straight games at the beginning of conference play...Scored a season-high 21 points in a home win over Nebraska-Omaha...Made 12 of 14 free throw attempts against Nebraska-Omaha, tying her for the eighth-most free throws made in a single game in FHSU history... Had season highs of six rebounds and four assists in a home victory against Lincoln...Played a season-high 31 minutes in the game she started at Missouri Western...Hit a season-high three three-point field goals at Pittsburg State...Recorded two steals in four different games... Blocked a shot on five occasions...Earned second FHSU letter. 200910 (Sophomore): Appeared in 20 games for the Tigers...Played a season-high 14 minutes at Missouri Southern...Scored 10 points and

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Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School:

OPPONENTS during her two seasons...Finished sixth all-time for career free throw percentage (.759) at JCCC. Holton HS (Class of 2008): Named to KBCA Class 4A All-State First Team, Topeka Capital Journal 4A All-State Second Team, and All-State All-Class Second Team as a senior...Helped Holton to a state runner-up finish in 2008...Played in the KBCA All-Star Game...Averaged 16.1 points, 2.0 rebounds, and 4.2 assists per game as a senior...Two-time all-league and three-time all-county selection... All-state selection in track and field all four years of high school...Set school records in the 100 and 200-meter dashes...Three-time all-league selection in volleyball.

RECORDS

Personal MAJOR - Nursing. PARENTS - Brent & Beth Nelson.

HISTORY

2010-11 (Redshirt): Redshirted the 2010-11 season after suffering a season-ending knee injury in exhibition play at Kansas State...Led the team with 25 points and six rebounds in the exhibition game at Kansas... Had team-high averages of 16 points and 4.5 rebounds during exhibition play. Johnson County (Kan.) CC: NJCAA All-American Second Team selection as a sophomore in 2009-10...Started all 67 games in her two years at JCCC...Led the team in scoring as a freshman and sophomore... Averaged 13.1 points, 5.2 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.2 steals per game as a sophomore...Made 176-of-237 free-throw attempts in 200910...Scored in double figures 24 times in 2009-10, with a season-high 32 points in the Region 6 Championship...Averaged 13.4 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.2 steals per game as a freshman in 200809...Fifth on all-time scoring list at JCCC with 887 points...Two-time all-region selection...All-time free throw leader at JCCC, making 319

5-9 Redshirt-Junior Guard Holton, Kan. Johnson County (Kan.) CC

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES

Jenna Ulrich Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School:

6-1 Sophomore Forward Luray, Kan. Lucas-Luray HS

2010-11 (Freshman): Appeared in four games for the Lady Tigers after joining the team at the conclusion of volleyball season...Played a seasonhigh five minutes at Washburn...Scored her only point of the season against Southwest Baptist...Also grabbed a season-high two rebounds and recorded her lone steal of the season against SBU. Lucas-Luray HS (Class of 2010): Two-time All-Twin Lakes League First Team selection... Named to the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association Class 1A First Team as a senior and played in the KBCA All-Star game...Averaged ULRICH’S CAREER STATS SEASON GP GS MIN AVG FG 2010-11 4 0 12 3.0 0 TOTAL 4 0 12 3.0 0

FGA 0 0

PCT FG .000 0 .000 0

FGA PCT FT 0 .000 1 0 .000 1

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FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT 2 .500 0 3 3 2 .500 0 3 3

AVG PF 0.8 2 0.8 2

FO 0 0

AST TO 0 1 0 1

BLK 0 0

STL 1 1

PTS 1 1

AVG 0.3 0.3

Traci Keyser Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School:

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a double-double as a senior with 16.3 points and 12.5 rebounds per game...KBCA All-State Third Team selection in 2008-09 as a junior... Two-time all-league first team selection in volleyball.

5-10 Junior Forward Cambridge, Neb. Cambridge HS

2010-11 (Sophomore): Played in 25 games for the Lady Tigers, making nine starts...Hit 80-of-89 (.909) free throws, setting the school record for single season free throw percentage for the second consecutive season...Tied for the team lead in scoring, averaging 11.2 points per game...Tied for the team lead with 45 three-point field goals made, while shooting a team-best 39.5% from long range...Scored a careerhigh 31 points at Northwest Missouri State...Was perfect from the free throw line 12 times, including a 12-for-12 performance at Northwest Missouri State, which ties for the eighth-most in a single game in school history...Led the team in scoring six times, including 29 in a home win over Missouri Western and 23 in the upset win over No. 23 Northwest Missouri State in Hays...Played a season-high 30 minutes and knocked down season-highs of 10 field goals and six three-pointers against Missouri Western...Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds on three occasions...Had season-highs of three assists and three steals in the season-opnening win over Doane College... All-MIAA Honorable Mention selection...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009-10 (Freshman): Appeared in 27 games for the Tigers, making seven starts...Was 72-of-81 (.889) from the free throw line, the highest single season percentage in school history...Fifth-leading scorer on the team at 5.4 points per game... KEYSER’S CAREER STATS SEASON GP GS MIN AVG 2009-10 27 7 418 15.5 2010-11 25 9 463 18.5 TOTAL 52 16 881 16.9

FG 34 78 112

FGA 100 214 314

PCT .340 .364 .357

FG 6 45 51

FGA 30 114 144

PCT .200 .395 .354

FT 72 80 152

FTA 81 88 169

*2010-11 All-MIAA Honorable Mention

Scored a season-high 14 points in back-to-back games at Missouri Western and Washburn...Pulled down a season-high eight rebounds at Missouri Western...Recorded a season-high three assists against Doane...Had a season-best two steals against Newman...Earned first FHSU letter. Cambridge HS (Class of 2009): All-Area Girls Player of the Year for Southwest Nebraska as a junior and senior...All-State First Team selection by the Lincoln Journal Star and Omaha World Herald as a junior and senior...All-conference first team selection sophomore through senior years...Named as one of Huskerland Prep Nebraska’s Super 60 Players...Helped her school to third and fourth place finishes for Class C2 in Nebraska...All-state first team selection in volleyball as a junior and senior and second-team selection as a sophomore...Threetime all-conference first team selection in volleyball...Helped her school to two state runner-up finishes in volleyball...Four-year state qualifier in track and field in distance events. Personal MAJOR - Health & Human Performance. PARENTS - Dan & Jackie Keyser.

PCT OFF DEF TOT .889 21 46 67 .909 32 55 87 .899 53 101 154

AVG 2.5 3.5 3.0

PF 32 30 62

FO 1 0 1

AST TO 18 30 11 36 29 66

BLK 3 4 7

STL 8 9 17

PTS 146 281 427

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Kelsie Sorenson 5-10 Junior Forward McPherson, Kan. McPherson HS

FG 2 45 47

FGA 14 130 144

PCT .143 .346 .326

FG 0 13 13

FGA 6 54 60

PCT .000 .241 .217

FT 7 26 33

FTA 8 38 46

Personal MAJOR - Nursing. PARENTS - Don & Cora Sorenson.

PCT OFF DEF TOT .875 3 15 18 .684 21 72 93 .717 24 87 111

AVG 0.9 3.6 2.5

PF 9 25 34

FO 0 0 0

AST TO 9 7 24 29 33 36

BLK 1 2 3

STL 1 19 20

PTS 11 129 140

AVG 0.6 5.0 3.1

PLAYERS

SORENSON’S CAREER STATS SEASON GP GS MIN AVG 2009-10 19 0 103 5.4 2010-11 26 23 495 19.0 TOTAL 45 23 598 13.3

5.4 minutes per game...Scored a season-high four points in the season opener against Bethany...Had season highs of three rebounds and three assists against Northwestern Oklahoma...Recorded her only block and steal of the season at Northwest Missouri State...Earned first FHSU letter. McPherson HS (Class of 2009): All-state first team selection as a junior... Averaged 12 points and seven rebounds per game as a junior...Did not play basketball her senior year due to an injury...All-league selection in basketball, volleyball and soccer.

COACHES

2010-11 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 26 games for the Tigers, making 23 starts and averaging 19 minutes per game...Grabbed 93 rebounds for an average of 3.6 per game, which ranked fourth on the team...Averaged 5.0 points per game while shootingf 34.6% (45-of130) from the field...Scored a career-high 12 points on three separate occasions...Knocked down a season-high four field goals three times and hit multiple three-pointers twice...Pulled down a career-high nine rebounds at Northwest Missouri State...Recorded season-highs of five assists and five steals against Tabor College...Led the team in scoring with 12 points in a loss to Pittsburg State in Hays...Played a career-high 30 minutes in the overtime victory at Lincoln...Earned second FHSU letter. 2009-10 (Freshman): Played in 19 games for the Tigers, averaging

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Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School:

OPPONENTS

FGA 56 56

PCT FG .321 0 .321 0

FGA PCT FT 0 .000 11 0 .000 11

Personal MAJOR - Elementary/Special Education. PARENTS - Dale & Barbara Durler.

FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT 23 .478 28 47 75 23 .478 28 47 75

AVG PF 2.9 40 2.9 40

FO 0 0

AST TO 8 16 8 16

BLK 30 30

STL 9 9

PTS 47 47

AVG 1.8 1.8

HISTORY

DURLER’S CAREER STATS SEASON GP GS MIN AVG FG 2010-11 26 4 269 10.3 18 TOTAL 26 4 269 10.3 18

sophomore, while averaging 4.9 points per game...Averaged 6.3 points and 5.9 rebounds per game, while blocking a team-high 32 shots and shooting 51 percent from the field as a freshman in 2007-08...Named an Academic All-American following the 2007-08 season. Dodge City HS (Class of 2007): All-Western Athletic Conference selection as a senior after being named honorable mention as a junior...Named to Dodge City Globe All-Area Second Team...Holds the school record for blocked shots...Four-time state medalist and school record holder in shot put.

RECORDS

2010-11 (Junior): Appeared in all 26 games for the Lady Tigers, staring four of the first five games of the season...Led the team and ranked in the top 10 in the MIAA in blocks with 30...Averaged 1.8 points in 10.3 minutes per game...Started and played a season-high 19 minutes in the season opener against Doane College...Scored a season-high of 10 points at Central Missouri...Pulled down a season-high nine rebounds in the home win over Lincoln...Blocked a season-high five shots in wins over Doane and Tabor, the first two games of the season...Recorded season-highs of two assists and two steals in the victory over Tabor in Hays...Earned first FHSU letter. Garden City (Kan.) CC: Played in 61 games for the Broncbusters over two seasons...Pulled down a team-high 7.7 rebounds a game and blocked a team-high 40 shots as a

6-2 Senior Forward Wright, Kan. Garden City (Kan.) CC

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NEWCOMER PROFILES

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Logan Antenen Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School: Salina South HS (Class of 2011): Kansas Class 5A All-State Second Team selection in 2010-11 at Salina South High School...Averaged 9.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game as a senior...Antenen was the Arkansas Valley Chisholm Trail League Player of the Year as a junior and shared the honor as a senior with FHSU teammate Kate

5-8 Freshman Guard Salina, Kan. Salina South HS Lehman. As a junior, she averaged 8.9 points, 5.4 assists, and 2.3 steals per game, earning all-state honorable mention honors. Personal MAJOR - Biology (Pre-Med). PARENTS - Kent & Terra Antenen.

Brooke Arp Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School: Gretna HS (Class of 2011): Garnered first team all-metro and all-league selections in 2010 as a junior, along with a second team all-state selection and first team all-state tournament selection...Helped Gretna to a state runner-up finish in Class B in 2010...Averaged 15 points and seven rebounds per game as a junior, while shooting 42 percent from beyond

5-11 Freshman Guard Gretna, Neb. Gretna HS the 3-point line...Unable to play her senior year due to injury. Personal MAJOR - Nursing. PARENTS - Duane & Nancy Arp.

Jacqueline Bartleson Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School: Howard (Texas) College: All-Western Junior College Athletic Conference First Team selection in 2009-10 as a freshman, averaging 10.7 points and 5.4 rebounds per game...Played in just seven games in 2010-11 before suffering a season-ending injury...She was averaging 7.9 points and 4.4 rebounds per game prior to the injury, but retains her year of eligibility by receiving a medical hardship. Pojoaque Valley HS (Class

6-2 Sophomore Forward Santa Fe, N.M. Howard (Texas) College of 2009): All-district and all-state selection for the Elkettes after leading the team to a State Championship and perfect 31-0 record. Personal MAJOR - Elementary Education. PARENTS - Richard & Mariam Bartleson.


NEWCOMER PROFILES

Personal MAJOR - Undecided. PARENTS - Keith, Sr. and Theresa Brown.

COACHES

Mt. San Antonio (Calif.) College: Started and averaged four points, three rebounds and three assists per game as a sophomore...Helped lead the Mounties to a South Coast Conference title in 2010-11. West Covina HS (Class of 2009): Four year letterwinner for the Bulldogs... Averaged over 14 points per game as a senior to go along with three rebounds and three steals per contest.

5-5 Junior Guard La Puente, Calif. Mt. San Antonio (Calif.) College

Named to the Class B All-State first team follwing her junior season... Shared the Dakota Showcase MVP honors after helping the Nebraska Twisterz to the championship in the summer of 2009...Named to the Lincoln Journal Star Super State first team as a sophomore...Finished her career as Crete High School’s all-time leading scorer.

Newton HS (Class of 2011): Kansas Class 5A All-State First Team selection in 2010-11 at Newton High School...Averaged 15.5 points, 11.5 rebounds, and 6.1 blocked shots per game in her final year of high school...Was the Co-Arkansas Valley Chisholm Trail League Player of the Year with FHSU teammate Logan Antenen in 2011...An all-state honorable mention selection as a junior and has garnered all-league

6-4 Freshman Forward Newton, Kan. Newton HS honors three times...As a junior, she averaged 15.8 points, 10.6 rebounds, and 5.5 blocks per game. Personal MAJOR - Elementary Education. PARENTS - Brent & Karen Lehman.

RECORDS

Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School:

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Kate Lehman

REVIEW

Personal MAJOR - Nursing. PARENTS - Randy & Shelly Edwards.

OPPONENTS

University of South Dakota: Appeared in 30 games for the Coyotes, averaging 13.6 minutes per game...Scored a season-high 11 points while pulling down a season high eight rebounds against Utah Valley... Averaged 2.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game while also dishing out 18 assists and recording 15 steals. Crete HS (Class of 2010): Named to Journal Star Super State third team in 2010...Also named to the Class A First Team and the All-Nebraska Second Team following her senior year after averaging 14.5 points and 8.6 rebounds per game...

6-0 Sophomore Guard Crete, Neb. Univ. of South Dakota

PLAYERS

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Kaiameka Brown

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NEWCOMER PROFILES

Christine Russell Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School: Southeast of Saline HS (Class of 2011): Four-year starter and letterwinner for the Trojans...First time selection by the North Central Athletics Association three times...Honorable mention Class 3A selection as a senior...Led the team in scoring twice, averaging 14.3 points, 4.1 assists and 2.6 steals per game as a senior.

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Personal MAJOR - Nursing. PARENTS - Mike Russell & Carlene Lawson.

Keriann Shaw Height: Class: Position: Hometown: Previous School: Sandy Creek HS (Class of 2011): Helped Sandy Creek High School to the Nebraska Class C2 state championship in 2010 as a junior and a thirdplace finish in Class C1 in 2011 as a senior...She was a Class C1 All-State Second Team selection in 2011 and a Class C2 All-State First Team selection in 2010 and honorable mention selection in 2009...Averaged 11 points per game her senior year.

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5-4 Freshman Guard Carlton, Kan. Southeast of Saline HS

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5-10 Freshman Forward Deweese, Neb. Sandy Creek HS Personal MAJOR - Biology (Pre-Physical Therapy). PARENTS - Steve Shaw.

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Oklahoma State

Tabor College

Nov. 9 - 7:00 pm, Stillwater, Okla. - Gallagher-Iba Arena (Exhibition)

Nov. 16 - 7:00 pm, Hays, Kan - Gross Memorial Coliseum

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...................................................................................... Stillwater, Oklahoma Nickname....................................................................................................... Cowgirls Colors ............................................................................................. Black and Orange Conference ........................................................................................................Big 12 Arena ...........................................................................................Gallagher-Iba Arena Affiliation ......................................................................................................... NCAA I

GENERAL INFORMATION Location........................................................................................... Hillsboro, Kansas Nickname........................................................................................................Bluejays Colors .................................................................................................Blue and Yellow Conference ........................................................................ Kansas Collegiate Athletic Arena ................................................................................Campus Recreation Center Affiliation .............................................................................................................NAIA

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ............................................................................................... Kurt Budke School Record/Years........................................................................111-83/Six years Overall Record/Years .............................................................................. 464-129/NA

COACH INFORMATION Head Coaches .........................................................................................Shawn Reed School Record/Years.............................................................................0-0/First year Overall Record/Years ............................................................................0-0/First year

SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball Contact ............................................................Ryan Cameron Office Phone .......................................................................................(405) 744-4854 E-mail ...............................................................................ryan.cameron@okstate.edu Website ............................................................................................ www.okstate.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ............................................................... Anthony Monson Office Phone .......................................................................(620) 947-3121 ext. 1603 E-mail .........................................................................................anthonym@tabor.edu Website .................................................................................. www.taborbluejays.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................17-15 Conference Record ........................................................................4-12 (11th Big 12) 2010-11 Postseason ..............................L 71-75 at Wyoming (WNIT Second Round) Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... NA Series Record ................................................. OSU leads 3-0 in regular season play

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Record .................................................................................................. 11-18 Conference Record ...................................................................... 8-10 (T-6th KCAC) 2009-10 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... NA Series Record ..................................................................................FHSU leads 13-0

St. Mary’s (Texas)

Central Christian (Kan.)

Nov. 12 - 5:30 pm, San Antonio, Texas. - Bill Greehey Arena

Nov. 18 - 5:30 pm, Hays, Kan - Gross Memorial Coliseum

GENERAL INFORMATION Location........................................................................................ San Antonio, Texas Nickname................................................................................................Lady Rattlers Colors ................................................................................................... Blue and Gold Conference ...................................................................................................Heartland Arena ............................................................................................. Bill Greehey Arena Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................................................McPherson, Kan. Nickname........................................................................................................... Tigers Colors ................................................................................................... Blue and Gold Conference ...................................................................... Midlands Collegiate Athletic Arena ...................................................................................... Ed Pyle Sports Comlex Affiliation .............................................................................................................NAIA

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ..........................................................................................Jason Martens School Record/Years....................................................................... 98-47/Five years Overall Record/Years ...................................................................... 98-47/Five years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ......................................................................................Robert Lancaster School Record/Years.............................................................................0-0/First year Overall Record/Years ............................................................................0-0/First year

SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball Contact ................................................................ Chad Peters Office Phone .......................................................................................(210) 431-4379 E-mail ....................................................................................... cpeters@stmarytx.edu Website .............................................................................www.stmarytx.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball Contact ............................................................ Jeremy Nelson Office Phone .........................................................................(620) 241-0723 ext. 344 E-mail .................................................................. jeremy.nelson@centralchristian.edu Website ..........................................................................................www.ccctigers.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................15-12 Conference Record ......................................................................7-3 (3rd Heartland) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... NA Series Record ....................................................................................FHSU leads 1-0

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................................8-21 Conference Record .........................................................................1-13 (6th MCAC) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ................................................... 3/NA Series Record ....................................................................................FHSU leads 5-0

Tarleton State

NW Oklahoma State

Nov. 13 - 1:00 pm, San Antonio, Texas. - Bill Greehey Arena

Nov. 19 - 7:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum

GENERAL INFORMATION Location........................................................................................ Stephenville, Texas Nickname....................................................................................................... TexAnns Colors ...............................................................................................Purple and White Conference ...................................................................................................Lone Star Arena ......................................................................................................Wisdom Gym Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..............................................................................................Alva, Oklahoma Nickname........................................................................................................Rangers Colors ...................................................................................................Black and Red Conference ..........................................................................................Sooner Athletic Arena ...........................................................................................Percefull Fieldhouse Affiliation .............................................................................................................NAIA

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach .........................................................................................Ronnie Hearne School Record/Years....................................................................148-79/Eight years Overall Record/Years ...................................................................148-79/Eight years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach .......................................................................................Stephanie Shaw School Record/Years.............................................................................0-0/First year Overall Record/Years ............................................................................0-0/First year

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ..................................................................... Nathan Bural Office Phone .......................................................................................(254) 968-1802 E-mail ............................................................................................ bural@tarleton.edu Website ..................................................................................www.tarletonsports.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ...........................................................................Eric Scott Office Phone .......................................................................................(580) 327-8639 E-mail ........................................................................................... etscott@nwosu.edu Website ................................................................................www.nwosu.edu/athletics

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................................25-5 Conference Record ..........................................................13-1 (1st Lone Star South) 2010-11 PostseasonL 70-74 vs. NW Missouri State (NCAA II South Central Region 2nd Rd. Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 3/8 Series Record ........................................................................................ First Meeting

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................10-17 Conference Record .............................................................................................6-16 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... NA Series Record ..............................................................................NWOSU leads 10-6


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TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................16-14 Conference Record ........................................................................ 9-9 (T-4th KCAC) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... NA Series Record ....................................................................................FHSU leads 6-0

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................14-13 Conference Record ......................................................................... 11-11 (7th MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning .................................................... 3/10 Series Record ..............................................................................MWSU leads 20-19

Lincoln

Nebraska-Kearney

Nov. 30 - 5:30 pm, Jefferson City, Mo - Jason Gym Jan. 21 - 2:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum

Dec. 13 - 6:00 pm, Kearney, Neb. - Health & Sports Center

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.................................................................................. Jefferson City, Missouri Nickname................................................................................................... Blue Tigers Colors .................................................................................................Navy and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena .........................................................................................................Jason Gym Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.........................................................................................Kearney, Nebraska Nickname.......................................................................................................... Lopers Colors .................................................................................. Royal Blue and Old Gold Conference ............................................................................Rocky Mountain Athletic Arena ...................................................................................... Health & Sports Center Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ............................................................................................Katie Vaughn School Record/Years........................................................................14-39/Two years Overall Record/Years .......................................................................14-29/Two years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ...........................................................................................Kevin Chaney School Record/Years......................................................................... 13-14/One year Overall Record/Years ........................................................................ 13-14/One year

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ............................................................................Dan Carr Office Phone .......................................................................................(573) 681-5343 E-mail ............................................................................................ carrd@lincolnu.edu Website ..................................................................................... www.lubluetigers.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball Contact ............................................................... Peter Yazvac Office Phone .......................................................................................(308) 865-8334 E-mail ........................................................................................... yazvacpa@unk.edu Website ..............................................................................................www.lopers.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................................2-24 Conference Record ......................................................................... 1-21 (11th MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 3/3 Series Record ....................................................................................FHSU leads 2-0

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................13-14 Conference Record .......................................................................12-10 (7th RMAC) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 4/8 Series Record ................................................................................FHSU leads 41-35

Washburn

Northwest Missouri State

Dec. 7 - 5:30 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum Feb. 4 - 1:30 pm, Topeka, Kan. - Lee Arena

Dec. 17 - 2:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum Jan. 28 - 1:30 pm, Maryville, Mo. - Bearcat Arena

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..............................................................................................Topeka, Kansas Nickname.......................................................................................................Ichabods Colors ..........................................................................................Yale Blue and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena ...........................................................................................................Lee Arena Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..........................................................................................Maryville, Missouri Nickname.......................................................................................................Bearcats Colors ....................................................................................Forest Green and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena .................................................................................................... Bearcat Arena Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ........................................................................................... Ron McHenry School Record/Years........................................................................ 290-60/11 years Overall Record/Years ....................................................................... 290-60/11 years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ..................................................................................... Gene Steinmeyer School Record/Years...................................................................... 183-165/12 years Overall Record/Years ..................................................................... 543-306/26 years

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ................................................................ Jeremy Wangler Office Phone .......................................................................................(785) 670-1948 E-mail .........................................................................jeremy.wangler@washburn.edu Website ......................................................................................... www.wusports.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact .................................................................. Phillip Dowden Office Phone ....................................................................................... (660) 562-1118 E-mail ..........................................................................................sid@nwmissouri.edu Website ......................................................................... www.NorthwestBearcats.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................................22-7 Conference Record ..........................................................................17-5 (2nd MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason ..L 64-65 vs. Central Oklahoma (NCAA II South Central Regional 1st Rd.) Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 4/8 Series Record ................................................................................... WU leads 41-26

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................................29-5 Conference Record ...........................................................................18-4 (1st MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason ........... L 78-89 vs. Michigan Tech (NCAA II National Semifinal) Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 2/8 Series Record ............................................................................. Northwest leads 9-5

HISTORY

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ...............................................................Trevor Berneking Office Phone .......................................................................................(816) 271-4257 E-mail ......................................................................tberneking@missouriwestern.edu Website ........................................................................................ www.gogriffons.com

RECORDS

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ................................................................... Chad Schilling Office Phone .......................................................................................(316) 284-5263 E-mail ...................................................................................................................... NA Website ..................................................................................... athletics.bethelks.edu

THE MIAA

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ................................................................................................. Lynn Plett School Record/Years.......................................................................39-69/Four years Overall Record/Years ..................................................................... 315-303/15 years

REVIEW

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach .................................................................................................. Mark Fox School Record/Years............................................................................................. NA Overall Record/Years ............................................................................................ NA

OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................................................................St. Joseph, Missouri Nickname.........................................................................................................Griffons Colors ..................................................................................................Black and Gold Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena ............................................................................................. MWSU Fieldhouse Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

PLAYERS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.............................................................................................Newton, Kansas Nickname.....................................................................................................Threshers Colors .............................................................................................. Maroon and Gray Conference ........................................................................ Kansas Collegiate Athletic Arena .........................................................................................Thresher Gymnasium Affiliation .............................................................................................................NAIA

COACHES

Dec. 10 - 2:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum Jan. 30 - 5:30 pm, St. Joseph, Mo. - MWSU Fieldhouse

GROSS COLISEUM

Missouri Western

Nov. 26 - 2:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum

FORT HAYS STATE

Bethel College

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Doane College

Southwest Baptist

Dec. 30 - 6:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum

Jan. 7 - 2:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum Feb. 16 - 5:30 pm, Bolivar, Mo. - Meyer Sports Center

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.............................................................................................Crete, Nebraska Nickname........................................................................................................... Tigers Colors ............................................................................................. Orange and Black Conference .............................................................. Great Plains Athletic Conference Arena .................................................................................................... Haddix Center Affiliation .............................................................................................................NAIA

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.............................................................................................Bolivar, Missouri Nickname.......................................................................................................Bearcats Colors ...............................................................................................Purple and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena ..........................................................................................Meyer Sports Center Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ..................................................................................... Tracee Fairbanks School Record/Years...................................................................... 217-157/12 years Overall Record/Years ..................................................................... 217-157/12 years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach .................................................................................................Todd Voss School Record/Years.............................................................................0-0/First year Overall Record/Years ..................................................................... 357-170/18 years

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact .............................................................. Rick Schmuecker Office Phone .......................................................................................(402) 826-8248 E-mail ............................................................................ rick.schmuecker@doane.edu Website ................................................................................ www.doane.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ..................................................................... Jeff Weseloh Office Phone .......................................................................................(417) 328-1799 E-mail ........................................................................................ jweseloh@sbuniv.edu Website .................................................................................... www.sbubearcats.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................10-19 Conference Record ..........................................................................7-11 (6th GPAC) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 3/9 Series Record ....................................................................................FHSU leads 3-0

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................................9-17 Conference Record .........................................................................6-16 (10th MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 2/4 Series Record ......................................................................................SBU leads 6-4

Truman

Missouri Southern

Jan. 2 - 5:30 pm, Kirksville, Mo. - Pershing Arena Feb. 8 - 5:30 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum

Jan. 9 - 5:30 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum Feb. 18 - 1:00 pm, Joplin, Mo. - Leggett & Platt Athletic Center

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..........................................................................................Kirksville, Missouri Nickname....................................................................................................... Bulldogs Colors ...............................................................................................Purple and White Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena ...................................................................................................Pershing Arena Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.............................................................................................. Joplin, Missouri Nickname.............................................................................................................Lions Colors .................................................................................................Green and Gold Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena ........................................................................... Leggett & Platt Athletic Center Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ...........................................................................................Michael Smith School Record/Years.....................................................................31-50/Three years Overall Record/Years .................................................................133-84/Seven years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ...........................................................................................Maryann Mitts School Record/Years...................................................................... 167-114/10 years Overall Record/Years ..................................................................... 250-163/14 years

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact .......................................................................Kevin White Office Phone .......................................................................................(660) 785-4276 E-mail ........................................................................................... kwhite@truman.edu Website ..............................................................................www.TrumanBulldogs.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact .......................................................................Shaun Buck Office Phone .......................................................................................(417) 625-9851 E-mail ............................................................................................. buck-s@mssu.edu Website ........................................................................................www.mssulions.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................12-15 Conference Record .........................................................................10-12 (8th MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 4/7 Series Record ................................................................................. Truman leads 6-5

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................17-10 Conference Record ....................................................................... 15-7 (T-3rd MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 4/5 Series Record ................................................................................FHSU leads 20-16

Central Missouri

Pittsburg State

Jan. 4 - 5:30 pm, Warrensburg, Mo. - UCM Multipurpose Building Feb. 11 - 2:00 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum

Jan. 14 - 1:30 pm, Pittsburg, Kan. - John Lance Arena Feb. 22 - 5:30 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum

GENERAL INFORMATION Location................................................................................... Warrensburg, Missouri Nickname............................................................................................................Mules Colors ............................................................................................Cardinal and Black Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena ................................................................................UCM Multipurpose Building Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...........................................................................................Pittsburg, Kansas Nickname.........................................................................................................Gorillas Colors ............................................................................................. Crimson and Gold Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena .............................................................................................. John Lance Arena Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ................................................................................................Dave Slifer School Record/Years..................................................................125-82/Seven years Overall Record/Years ..................................................................... 508-181/22 years

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach .................................................................................................Lane Lord School Record/Years.......................................................................60-52/Four years Overall Record/Years ......................................................................60-52/Four years

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact .................................................................... Greg Gorham SID Office Phone ................................................................................(660) 543-4312 SID E-mail .................................................................................... gorham@ucmo.edu Website ..................................................................................www.ucmo.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ................................................................... Heidi Johnson Office Phone .......................................................................................(620) 235-4138 E-mail ..................................................................................... hjohnson@pittstate.edu Website ................................................................................www.pittstategorillas.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Record ..................................................................................................16-13 Conference Record .........................................................................12-10 (6th MIAA) 2009-10 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 3/7 Series Record ..................................................................................... UCM leads 8-5

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ..................................................................................................16-12 Conference Record ...........................................................................13-9 (5th MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... 3/9 Series Record ................................................................................FHSU leads 22-19


OPPONENT / SERIES HISTORY Jan. 19 - 5:30 pm, Hays, Kan. - Gross Memorial Coliseum Feb. 26 - 5:30 pm, Emporia, Kan. - William L. White Auditorium

COACH INFORMATION Head Coach ...............................................................................................Jory Collins School Record/Years........................................................................... 20-9/One year Overall Record/Years .......................................................................... 20-9/One year

72-78

Hays

‘82-83 W

67-64

Joplin

‘94-95 W

79-71

Emporia

‘83-84 L

77-81

Hays

‘95-96 W

83-78

Hays

‘83-84 L

77-95

Joplin

‘95- 96 W

70-67

Emporia

‘84-85 W

69-59

Hays

‘97-98 L

60-85

Emporia

‘84-85 L

63-84

Joplin

‘98-99 W

87-74

Hays

‘85-86 L

67-84

Joplin

‘99-00 L

48-98

Emporia

‘85-86 W

79-76

Hays

‘00-01 L

65-80

Hays

‘86-87 L

56-66

Joplin

‘01-02 L

42-52

Emporia

‘86-87 W

74-60

Hays

Hays

‘87-88 W

63-53

Hays

66-84

Emporia

‘87-88 W

61-59

Joplin

‘06-07 L

58-89

Emporia

‘88-89 W

71-65

Hays

‘06-07 L

60-89

Hays

‘88-89 L

68-70

Joplin

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................................20-9 Conference Record ....................................................................... 15-7 (T-3rd MIAA) 2010-11 Postseason .............................................................................................. NA Starters Returning/Letterwinners Returning ...................................................... NA Series Record ..................................................................................ESU leads 40-26

‘07-08 L

62-68

Hays

‘06-07 W

86-69

Joplin

‘07-08 L

64-77

Emporia

‘06-07 L

61-70

Hays

‘08-09 L

51-90

Hays

‘07-08 W

70-59

Hays

‘08-09 L

68-73

Emporia

‘07-08 L

75-76

Joplin

‘09-10 L

67-88

Emporia

‘08-09 L

54-62

Joplin

‘09-10 L

80-87

Hays

‘08-09 W

69-66

Hays

MIAA OPPONENTS

‘79-80 W

72-59

Hays

CENTRAL MISSOURI (5-8)

‘79-80 L

69-77

Neutral

Year

‘79-80 W

86-82

Neutral

W/L Score

Site

60-78

Hays

‘95-96 L

50-65

Warrensburg

‘80-81 L

73-93

Emporia

‘96-97 W

59-54

Warrensburg

‘81-82 L

66-90

Hays

‘06-07 L

54-73

Warrensburg

‘81-82 L

68-85

Emporia

‘06-07 W

84-73

Hays

‘81-82 L

87-106

Emporia

‘07-08 L

62-74

Hays

‘82-83 L

80-84

Hays

‘07-08 L

63-73

Warrensburg

‘82-83 L

49-89

Emporia

‘08-09 W

79-60

Hays

‘83-84 L

76-80

Emporia

‘08-09 L

67-72

Warrensburg

‘83-84 W

81-80

Hays

‘09-10 W

71-64

Warrensburg

‘84-85 L

65-73

Hays

‘09-10 L

63-65

Hays

‘84-85 L

93-95(2ot) Emporia

‘10-11 W

70-58

Hays

‘85-86 W

81-64

Emporia

‘10-11 L

63-80

Warrensburg

‘85-86 W

97-81

Hays

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

‘85-86 W

78-71

Hays

FHSU - 19, 79-60 (2009)

‘86-87 L

58-79

Hays

UCM - 19, 73-54 (2007)

‘86-87 W

78-73

Emporia

‘87-88 L

84-85(4ot) Hays

EMPORIA STATE (26-40)

‘87-88 L

62-70

Emporia

Year

Site

‘88-89 W

63-59

Hays

W/L Score

Emporia

‘88-89 W

82-71

Emporia

‘74-75 W

64-55

Hays

‘89-90 W

78-70

Hays

‘75-76 L

37-97

Hays

‘89-90 W

78-67

Emporia

‘75-76 L

49-89

Hays

‘90-91 L

73-75

Emporia

‘76-77 W

76-67

Emporia

‘90-91 W

68-55

Neutral

‘76-77 W

88-75

Hays

‘91-92 W

76-65

Hays

‘77-78 W

62-52

Hays

‘91-92 L

60-90

Emporia

‘77-78 W

64-56

Emporia

‘92-93 W

74-64

Hays

‘78-79 L

64-66

Emporia

‘92-93 W

79-66

Emporia

‘78-79 L

59-68

Hays

‘93-94 L

59-65

Hays

‘79-80 L

77-92

Emporia

‘93-94 L

67-79

Emporia

Kansas City

‘09-10 W

73-68

Hays

57-67

Hays

‘09-10 L

53-91

Joplin

‘10-11 L

42-54

Emporia

‘10-11 L

57-59 (ot) Joplin

Largest Victories:

‘10-11 L

53-62

FHSU - 19, 80-61 (1974)

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

ESU - 60, 97-37 (1976)

FHSU - 30, 89-59 (1978)

Hays

MSSU - 38, 91-53 (2010)

LINCOLN (2-0) Site

MISSOURI WESTERN (20-19)

‘10-11 W

62-39

Hays

Year

‘10-11 W

64-60

Jefferson City

Year

W/L Score

W/L Score

Site

‘76-77 W

75-69

Hays

Largest Victories:

‘76-77 L

63-72

St. Joseph

FHSU - 23, 62-39 (2010)

‘77-78 W

78-66

St. Joseph

‘77-78 W

78-65

Hays

MISSOURI SOUTHERN (21-16)

‘77-78 L

63-66

Neutral

Year

Site

‘78-79 W

85-77

Hays

W/L Score

‘76-77 W

69-62

Hays

‘78-79 W

86-65

St. Joseph

‘76-77 W

103-81

Hays

‘79-80 W

69-60

St. Joseph

‘76-77 L

54-66

Joplin

‘79-80 W

82-67

Hays

‘77-78 W

89-59

Hays

‘80-81 L

57-72

St.Joseph

‘77-78 W

64-58

Joplin

‘80-81 L

70-80

Hays

‘78-79 W

65-58

Hays

‘81-82 L

66-71(ot) Hays

‘78-79 L

73-81

Joplin

‘81-82 L

70-72

St. Joseph

‘79-80 W

76-60

Joplin

‘82-83 L

71-79

St. Joseph

‘79-80 W

88-74

Hays

‘82-83 L

46-93

Hays

‘80-81 W

76-56

Joplin

‘83-84 L

53-68

Hays

‘80-81 W

102-86

Hays

‘83-84 W

74-67

St. Joseph

‘81-82 L

68-80

Joplin

‘84-85 L

78-83

St. Joseph

‘81-82 W

90-68

Hays

‘84-85 W

89-87

Hays

‘82-83 L

71-77

Hays

‘85-86 W

66-55

Hays

HISTORY

80-61

66-72

‘10-11 L

RECORDS

‘74-75 W

‘09-10 L

THE MIAA

‘80-81 L

REVIEW

91-98(2ot) Neutral

OPPONENTS

‘93-94 L

PLAYERS

65-62

‘03-04 L

COACHES

‘02-03 W

SPORTS INFORMATION Men’s Basketball Contact ........................................................................ Don Weast Office Phone .......................................................................................(620) 341-5526 E-mail ........................................................................................ dweast@emporia.edu Website ............................................................................. www.emporia.edu/athletics

GROSS COLISEUM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................................................Emporia, Kansas Nickname.........................................................................................................Hornets Colors ........................................................................................... Old Gold and Black Conference ..........................................................................................................MIAA Arena ............................................................................... William L. White Auditorium Affiliation ........................................................................................................ NCAA II

‘94-95 L

FORT HAYS STATE

Emporia State

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MIAA OPPONENT SERIES HISTORY

32 32

‘85-86 W

70-69(ot) St. Joseph

‘77-78 W

‘86-87 L

38-73

St. Joseph

‘78-79 W

‘86-87 W

70-55

Hays

‘78-79 L

‘87-88 L

56-68

St.Joseph

‘79-80 L

‘87-88 W

66-59

Hays

‘79-80 L

‘88-89 L

60-68

St.Joseph

‘88-89 W

70-68

Hays

78-69

Pittsburg

‘10-11 L

55-69

Bolivar

‘83-84 L

71-51

Hays

‘10-11 W

78-58

Hays

‘84-85 W

87-65

Hays

77-78

Pittsburg

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

‘84-85 L

67-80

Topeka

60-64

Pittsburg

FHSU - 26, 90-64 (2010)

‘85-86 W

78-58

Topeka

76-79

Hays

SBU - 17, 71-54 (2007)

‘85-86 W

88-60

Hays

‘80-81 L

58-80

Pittsburg

‘86-87 L

66-75

Hays

‘80-81 W

85-84

Hays

TRUMAN STATE (5-6)

‘86-87 L

52-79

Topeka

W/L Score

41-62

Hays

‘90-91 W

63-46

Hays

‘80-81 L

54-64

Pittsburg

Year

Site

‘87-88 L

56-58

Neutral

‘93-94 L

68-69

Neutral

‘81-82 W

65-62

Pittsburg

‘98-99 L

73-86

Neutral

‘87-88 L

57-73

Hays

‘06-07 L

62-74

Hays

‘81-82 W

90-65

Hays

‘06-07 W

69-65

Kirksville

‘87-88 L

50-55

Topeka

‘06-07 L

66-83

St. Joseph

‘82-83 L

52-69

Hays

‘06-07 W

79-63

Hays

‘87-88 L

46-75

Topeka

‘07-08 L

66-88

St. Joseph

‘82-83 L

55-68

Pittsburg

‘07-08 W

91-72

Hays

‘88-89 L

74-84(2ot) Hays

‘07-08 W

81-79

Hays

‘83-84 L

60-73

Hays

‘07-08 L

61-67

Kirksville

‘88-89 L

44-54

Topeka

‘08-09 W

73-61

Hays

‘83-84 W

56-50

Pittsburg

‘08-09 W

71-46

Hays

‘88-89 L

59-69

Topeka

‘08-09 L

55-62

St. Joseph

‘84-85 W

78-67

Hays

‘08-09 L

54-59

Kirksville

‘89-90 W

69-67

Hays

‘09-10 W

75-61

Hays

‘84-85 W

95-90(ot) Pittsburg

‘09-10 W

67-60

Kirksville

‘89-90 L

52-74

Topeka

‘09-10 W

66-52

St. Joseph

‘85-86 L

94-101

Pittsburg

‘09-10 L

61-63

Hays

‘90-91 W

63-49

Topeka

‘10-11 L

58-76

St. Joseph

‘85-86 W

83-71

Hays

‘10-11 L

45-54

Hays

‘91-92 L

75-83(ot) Hays

‘10-11 W

71-68

Hays

‘86-87 W

74-73

Pittsburg

‘10-11 L

53-65

Kirksville

‘91-92 L

75-90

Topeka

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

‘86-87 W

95-44

Hays

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

‘92-93 L

61-65

Hays

FHSU - 21, 86-65 (1979)

‘87-88 L

64-80

Hays

FHSU - 25, 71-46 (2009)

‘92-93 L

34-71

Topeka

MWSU - 47, 93-46 (1983)

‘87-88 W

74-71(ot) Pittsburg

TSU - 13, 86-73 (1999)

‘93-94 W

89-88(ot) Topeka

‘88-89 W

78-44

‘93-94 L

59-82

Hays

Hays

NW MISSOURI STATE (5-9)

‘88-89 W

84-62

Pittsburg

WASHBURN (26-41)

Year

Site

‘98-99 L

60-74

Neutral

Year

Pittsburg

W/L Score

W/L Score

‘94-95 L

56-70

Hays

Site

‘94-95 W

67-62

Topeka

‘82-83 L

65-78

Neutral

‘99-00 L

53-69

‘69-70 W

34-21

Hays

‘95-96 L

54-63

Hays

‘85-86 L

70-81

Maryville

‘06-07 L

62-68(ot) Pittsburg

‘70-71 L

26-38

Hays

‘95-96 L

51-73

Topeka

‘86-87 L

65-82

Hays

‘06-07 W

81-70(ot) Hays

‘71-72 W

54-30

Topeka

‘97-98 L

61-75

Hays

‘92-93 W

80-69

Neutral

‘07-08 W

74-67

Hays

‘73-74 W

52-32

Hays

‘98-99 L

52-69

Topeka

‘06-07 L

62-70

Hays

‘07-08 L

60-62

Pittsburg

‘73-74 W

58-28

Topeka

‘99-00 L

64-78

Hays

‘07-07 L

77-94

Maryville

‘08-09 L

60-71

Hays

‘74-75 W

66-49

Hays

‘00-01 L

71-82

Topeka

‘07-08 L

50-67

Maryville

‘08-09 W

83-64

Pittsburg

‘74-75 W

55-33

Topeka

‘06-07 L

34-78

Topeka

‘07-08 W

69-59

Hays

‘09-10 L

65-71

Pittsburg

‘75-76 L

47-59

Hays

‘06-07 L

48-68

Hays

‘08-09 L

50-55

Maryville

‘09-10 L

74-78

Hays

‘75-76 L

54-64

Topeka

‘07-08 L

53-70

Hays

‘08-09 W

75-60

Hays

‘10-11 L

42-53

Hays

‘76-77 W

70-57

Topeka

‘07-08 L

60-64

Topeka

56-70

Pittsburg

‘09-10 W

76-66

Hays

‘10-11 L

‘76-77 W

72-41

Hays

‘08-09 L

58-77

Topeka

‘09-10 L

54-75

Maryville

Largest Victories:

‘77-78 W

85-65

Hays

‘08-09 L

60-83

Hays

‘10-11 L

65-71

Maryville

FHSU - 56, 90-34 (1975)

‘77-78 W

53-49

Topeka

‘08-09 L

46-73

Kansas City

‘10-11 W

84-78

Hays

PSU - 17, 69-52 (1983)

‘78-79 W

63-59

Topeka

‘09-10 L

47-57

Hays

Largest Victories:

‘78-79 W

67-55

Hays

‘09-10 L

45-50

Topeka

FHSU - 15, 75-60 (2009)

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST (4-6)

‘79-80 L

63-65

Topeka

‘10-11 L

42-71

Topeka

NWMSU - 21, 75-54 (2010)

Year

68-59

Hays

Site

‘79-80 W

89-67

Hays

‘10-11 W

‘06-07 L

85-86

Hays

‘80-81 W

77-76

Topeka

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY:

PITTSBURG STATE (22-19)

‘06-07 L

54-71

Bolivar

‘80-81 W

71-64

Topeka

FHSU - 38, 99-61 (1983)

Year

Site

‘07-08 L

67-81

Bolivar

‘81-82 L

50-54

Hays

WU - 44, 78-34 (2007)

W/L Score

W/L Score

‘74-75 W

90-34

Hays

‘07-08 W

74-60

Hays

‘81-82 W

63-51

Topeka

‘74-75 W

57-32

Pittsburg

‘08-09 L

63-65

Bolivar

‘81-82 W

72-67

Hays

‘76-77 W

83-34

Hays

‘08-09 W

74-62

Hays

‘82-83 W

99-61

Hays

‘76-77 W

97-58

Pittsburg

‘09-10 W

90-64

Hays

‘82-83 L

54-75

Topeka

‘77-78 W

96-62

Hays

‘09-10 L

53-66

Bolivar

‘83-84 L

56-87

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Lady Tigers Score Major Upsets, But Miss MIAA Tournament in 2010-11 The Fort Hays State women’s basketball team had to overcome adversity before the 2010-11 season even began, losing two members of the backcourt who were expected to be key contributors. Wichita State transfer Jacie Hoyt was going to be counted on as the Tigers point guard before suffering a knee injury before practice even started. Then, during exhibition play, junior college transfer Melissa Nelson went down with a knee injury of her own against Kansas State. Nelson had been the Tigers leading scorer during both exhibition contests, but the injury required surgery and forced her to take a medical redshirt for the season.

The injuries forced new players to step up and resulted in an inconsistent season that featured several big wins, but equally as many disappointing losses. Fort Hays State failed to qualify for the MIAA Tournament for the first time in Tony Hobson’s three seasons as the helm and they finished the season 12-14 (9-13 MIAA). Departing at the season were seniors Kara Champlin, Shelby Hillman and Kaniesha Pettaway. Champlin and Hillman played two seasons for the Tigers after transferring from in-state community colleges, while Pettaway played just one year at FHSU after playing her first three seasons at Drake University.

Fort Hays State got off to a quick start in 2010-11 by defeating NAIA opponents Doane College and Tabor College in home action before downing former-RMAC rival NebraskaKearney 86-64 at Gross Memorial Coliseum. The Tigers were unable to take that momentum on the road and the next week they lost the road opener 66-52 at Newman, marking the first loss in school history to the Lady Jets. Those same road woes would follow the Tigers throughout the entire season. The next week, Fort Hays State returned to the Coliseum to open MIAA play against conference newcomer Lincoln. The Lady Tigers gave Lincoln an eye opener by dropping them 6239 and starting the MIAA season with a victory. Two days later, FHSU hosted Nebraska-Omaha and gained a 76-70 victory to move to 5-1 overall and 2-0 in the MIAA. Things would change dramatically for the Tigers over the next couple of weeks when they embarked on a three-game road trip against some of the MIAA’s elite teams. First up was an ugly 71-42 loss at No. 4 Washburn which was followed up by losses at Missouri Western and Northwest Missouri State. Fort Hays State held close with the Bearcats and got a breakout performance from sophomore Traci Keyser, who dropped a career-high 31 points and was 12-for-12 from the free throw line. Following the holiday break, the Tigers returned home and hosted Truman and Central Missouri and split the pair with a low-scoring 54-45 loss to the Bulldogs and a 70-58 win over the Jennies. The Central Missouri win would be the only FHSU win in a span of nine games as they would go on to drop the next four games. The midseason slump continued with a 69-55 loss at Southwest Baptist before the Tigers nearly busted out of it at Missouri Southern. The Tigers took the Lady Lions to overtime in Joplin before falling by a score of 59-57. Following a 5342 loss to Pittsburg State, the Tigers welcomed the NCAA Division II defending National Champions from Emporia State to town and really gave the Lady Hornets a scare before falling 67-57. That game, however was a turning point in the season because of the emergence of junior Crista Bechard as a go-to scorer for the Tigers. Bechard had 15 points against Emporia State and then led the Tigers to two overtime road victories. First, Fort Hays State got another win over Lincoln with a 64-60 win in Jefferson City where Bechard led the way with 21 points. The next game for the Tigers was at Nebraska-Omaha and Bechard had a

season-high 27 points to help FHSU to the 75-70 victory. That stretch was only the third time in school history that the Lady tigers had played consecutive overtime games and the first time in school history that the team had won back-to-back overtime contests. The wins also set the tone for a three-game homestand that featured two teams ranked in the WBCA Top 25. First up was Northwest Missouri State, who was ranked No. 23 at the time. Bechard and Keyser led an FHSU offense that hit 15 3-pointers and handed the Bearcats one of their only losses for the season. Northwest Missouri State would go on to win the South Central Region and advance to the NCAA II National Semifiinal. The loss snapped a 24-game Fort Hays State losing streak against ranked opponents that dated back to 2005. Following a 71-68 win over Missouri Western, the Tigers got an even bigger upset win, downing No. 11 Washburn 68-59 in the MIAA Network TV Game of the Week. Bechard and Keyser once again led the way, scoring 18 and 16 points, respectively, as Fort Hays State knocked of the Lady Blues for the first time since December 1994. The five-game win streak had helped the Tigers claw back into contention for a berth in the MIAA Tournament, but they faltered down the stretch. FHSU dropped road games at Truman and Central Missouri the next weekend before getting a home win over Southwest Baptist. The SBU win would, however, be the final win for the Lady Tigers as the season ended with losses to Missouri Southern on Senior Day and at Pittsburg State and Emporia State. Following the season, three Tigers were honored with MIAA accolades. Bechard and Keyser were both named All-MIAA Honorable Mention selections following their breakout seasons. The two players tied for the team lead in scoring at 11.2 points per game and with 45 made 3-point field goals. For the second straight season, Keyser broke the single season school record for free throw percentage, hitting 80-of-88 attempts for 90.9%. Kaniesha Pettaway was named to the MIAA’s All-Defensive Team following her one season with the Tigers. Pettaway led the team in assists (104) and steals (36) while ranking second in blocks (22) and rebounds (3.9 per game). As a team, the Tigers shot 197 3-point field goals in 201011, which is the second most shot in a single season in school history. The team also recorded the fourth-most single season blocked shots (102) and shot 74.0% (313-for-423) from the free throw line for the fifth best single season mark in school history.


2010-2011 FINAL STATISTICS Player Keyser,Traci

GP-GS

Min-Avg

25-9

463-18.5

FG-FGA Pct 78-214

Off Def Tot

Avg

PF

FO

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

.364

3FG-FGA Pct 45-114

.395

FT-FTA Pct 80-88

.909

32

55

87

3.5

30

0

11

36

4

9

281

11.2

90

837-32.2

102-296

.345

45-141

.319

42-59

.712

13

77

3.5

42

0

60

39

3

28

291

11.2

25-21

583-23.3

81-161

.503

0-0

.000

28-48

.583

74

102 176

7.0

69

2

19

49

10

27

190

7.6

Pihl,Rhys

26-0

448-17.2

50-179

.279

27-112

.241

49-59

.831

4

32

36

1.4

24

0

19

37

1

12

176

6.8

Weiser,Kimber

26-2

415-16.0

56-171

.327

13-58

.224

39-51

.765

31

23

54

2.1

52

0

16

38

5

17

164

6.3

McFarland,Kara

26-13

453-17.4

54-127

.425

22-56

.393

17-21

.810

22

73

95

3.7

34

1

22

41

21

22

147

5.7

Sorenson,Kelsie

26-23

495-19.0

45-130

.346

13-54

.241

26-38

.684

21

72

93

3.6

25

0

24

29

2

19

129

5.0

Miller,Talia

21-0

227-10.8

19-69

.275

18-58

.310

3-4

.750

5

19

24

1.1

13

0

19

10

4

12

59

2.8

Pettaway,Kaniesha

26-26

745-28.7

32-117

.274

6-24

.250

0-7

.000

47

55

102

3.9

65

3

104

50

22

36

70

2.7

Hillman,Shelby

26-6

273-10.5

22-65

.338

8-26

.308

14-19

.737

10

23

33

1.3

16

0

10

12

0

12

66

2.5

Durler,Janel

26-4

269-10.3

18-56

.321

0-0

.000

11-23

.478

28

47

75

2.9

40

0

8

16

30

9

47

1.8

9-0

33-3.7

3-14

.214

0-5

.000

2-2

1.000 3

3

6

0.7

2

0

2

3

0

3

8

0.9

Ritter,Hannah

5-0

17-3.4

1-5

.200

0-3

.000

1-2

.500

0

2

2

0.4

2

0

0

5

0

1

3

0.6

Ulrich,Jenna

4-0

12-3.0

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

1-2

.500

0

3

3

0.8

2

0

0

1

0

1

1

0.3

Wolf,Haley

4-0

5-1.3

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0.0

67

65

132

5.1

0

TEAM...............

7

0

Total..........

26

561-1604 .350

197-651 .303

313-423 .740

357 651 1008 38.8

416 6

314

376 102 208 1632 62.8

Opponents......

26

600-1533 .391

144-443 .325

302-417 .724

334 736 1070 41.2

405 -

345

429 102 176 1646 63.3

2nd

OT

Total

Fort Hays State

759

840

33

1632

Opponents

748

872

26

1646

OPPONENTS

SCORE BY PERIODS:1st

2010-11 Individual Stats (Conference Games Only) Player Bechard,Crista

GP-GS

Min-Avg

22-22

727-33.0

FG-FGA Pct 92-265

3FG-FGA Pct

.347

40-119

.336

FT-FTA Pct 38-54

.704

Off Def Tot

Avg

PF

FO

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

9

3.6

36

0

44

32

3

23

262

11.9

70

79

21-9

414-19.7

70-188

.372

39-99

.394

71-79

.899

27

50

77

3.7

28

0

8

32

4

4

250

11.9

Champlin,Kara

22-21

541-24.6

73-150

.487

0-0

.000

26-46

.565

64

95

159

7.2

62

2

18

47

9

24

172

7.8

Pihl,Rhys

22-0

377-17.1

38-141

.270

17-87

.195

37-43

.860

3

26

29

1.3

21

0

17

26

1

8

130

5.9

355-16.1

40-137

.292

10-45

.222

38-46

.826

24

22

46

2.1

44

0

15

34

5

15

128

5.8

22-12

381-17.3

42-106

.396

18-48

.375

7-8

.875

15

64

79

3.6

25

0

17

34

14

11

109

5.0

Sorenson,Kelsie

22-19

423-19.2

35-108

.324

10-44

.227

24-34

.706

17

64

81

3.7

20

0

19

23

2

13

104

4.7

Pettaway,Kaniesha

22-22

650-29.5

28-103

.272

5-21

.238

0-7

.000

41

47

88

4.0

60

3

87

43

17

26

61

2.8

Miller,Talia

17-0

178-10.5

15-52

.288

14-43

.326

0-0

.000

3

11

14

0.8

11

0

16

8

3

9

44

2.6

Hillman,Shelby

22-2

195-8.9

14-38

.368

5-13

.385

7-11

.636

7

17

24

1.1

10

0

5

11

0

6

40

1.8

Durler,Janel

22-1

207-9.4

15-48

.313

0-0

.000

5-13

.385

21

38

59

2.7

33

0

5

11

17

6

35

1.6

Ulrich,Jenna

4-0

12-3.0

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

1-2

.500

0

3

3

0.8

2

0

0

1

0

1

1

0.3

Ritter,Hannah

2-0

3-1.5

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0.0

Taylor,Whitney

5-0

11-2.2

0-6

.000

0-4

.000

0-0

.000

1

2

3

0.6

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0.0

Wolf,Haley

1-0

1-1.0

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0.0

60

47

107

4.9

0

4

0

Total..........

22

462-1342 .344

158-523 .302 254-343 .741

292 556 848

38.5

352 5

251

310 75

146 1336 60.7

Opponents......

22

517-1313 .394

125-378 .331 252-355 .710

286 628 914

41.5

337 -

293

330 97

139 1411 64.1

2nd

OT

Total

Fort Hays State

630

673

33

1336

Opponents

637

748

26

1411

HISTORY

SCORE BY PERIODS:1st

RECORDS

22-2

McFarland,Kara

THE MIAA

Weiser,Kimber

REVIEW

Keyser,Traci

TEAM................

PLAYERS

Taylor,Whitney

COACHES

26-26

Champlin,Kara

GROSS COLISEUM

Bechard,Crista

FORT HAYS STATE

2010-11 Individual Stats

35 35


2010-2011 FINAL STATISTICS FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

2010-2011 Results RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date 11/15/10 11/17/10 11/20/10 11/23/10 12/01/10 12/03/10 12/08/10 12/11/10 12/18/10 01/03/11 01/05/11 01/08/11 01/10/11 01/15/11 01/19/11 01/22/11 01/26/11 01/29/11 02/03/11 02/05/11 02/10/11 02/12/11 02/16/11 02/19/11 02/23/11 02/26/11

OVERALL 12-14 9-13 3-1

HOME 10-4 7-4 3-0

Opponent DOANE COLLEGE TABOR COLLEGE NEBRASKA-KEARNEY at Newman * LINCOLN (MO.) * NEBRASKA-OMAHA * at #4 Washburn * at Missouri Western *at NW Missouri State *TRUMAN *CENTRAL MISSOURI *at Southwest Baptist *at Missouri Southern *PITTSBURG STATE *EMPORIA STATE *at Lincoln (Mo.) *at Nebraska-Omaha *NW MISSOURI STATE *MISSOURI WESTERN *WASHBURN *at Truman *at Central Missouri *SOUTHWEST BAPTIST *MISSOURI SOUTHERN *at Pittsburg State *at Emporia State

AWAY 2-10 2-9 0-1

Result W W W L W W L L L L W L L (OT) L L W(OT) W(OT) W W W L L W L L L

Score 77-47 81-58 86-64 52-66 62-39 76-70 42-71 58-76 65-71 45-54 70-58 55-69 57-59 42-53 57-67 64-60 75-70 84-78 71-68 68-59 53-65 63-80 78-58 53-62 56-70 42-54

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

Attend 1035 640 2005 579 835 1345 2466 1051 732 1345 1365 675 1535 1125 489 385 1750 1478 3200 390 1811 2005 3675 1133 2750

FHSU High Points (14)McFarland,Kara (13)McFarland,Kara (17)Pihl,Rhys (20)Weiser,Kimber (13)Weiser,Kimber (21)Weiser,Kimber (11)Weiser,Kimber (15)Champlin,Kara (31)Keyser,Traci (10)Champlin,Kara (15)Pihl & Champlin (13)Weiser,Kimber (11)Weiser,Kimber (12)Sorenson,Kelsie (15)Bechard,Crista (21)Bechard,Crista (27)Bechard,Crista (23)Keyser,Traci (29)Keyser,Traci (18)Bechard,Crista (14)Bechard,Crista (18)Keyser,Traci (17)Keyser,Traci (14)Bechard & Keyser (17)Weiser,Kimber (18)Bechard,Crista

FHSU High Rebounds (4)Durler, Sorenson, Keyser (4)Hillman, Miller, Durler (7)Champlin,Kara (7)Champlin,Kara (9)Durler,Janel (7)Champlin,Kara (3)Champlin, Hillman, Weiser (6)Champlin & Pettaway (9)Sorenson,Kelsie (8)Champlin,Kara (8)Champlin,Kara (6)McFarland & Pettaway (9)McFarland & Pettaway (8)Champlin,Kara (6)Bechard,Crista (5)Bechard & Champlin (13)Champlin,Kara (9)Champlin,Kara (9)Champlin,Kara (11)McFarland,Kara (4)Bechard & Champlin (5)Durler,Janel (12)Champlin,Kara (11)Champlin,Kara (12)Champlin,Kara (9)Champlin,Kara

* - Conference game ATTENDANCE HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

GAMES 14 12 0 26

TOTALS 23338 12461 0 35799

AVG/GAME 1667 1038 0 1377

Points-Rebounds-Assists (Min. 10 Games Played)

FHSUATHLETICS.COM

Opponent

36 36

Bechard

Weiser

Pettaway

Miller

Keyser

Sorenson

Hillman

Pihl

DOANE COLLEGE

7-1-2

1-1-0

4-1-2

4-2-1

11-4-3

12-4-0

2-3-2

11-3-2

McFarland Champlin 14-4-2

DNP

Durler

TABOR COLLEGE

10-3-5

5-1-0

0-4-4

11-4-1

8-2-0

4-3-5

11-4-0

8-2-0

13-2-2

6-3-0

3-4-2

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY

5-4-5

10-1-0

2-4-8

0-2-0

9-3-0

9-2-0

8-1-3

17-1-0

11-4-1

10-7-1

3-6-0

at Newman

7-3-4

20-5-1

3-5-3

0-2-1

3-1-0

0-3-0

5-1-0

10-1-0

0-6-0

2-7-0

0-2-0

LINCOLN (MO.)

7-4-0

13-6-4

0-4-4

2-1-1

2-2-1

4-4-1

7-0-0

9-2-0

2-7-3

12-5-0

4-9-0

NEBRASKA-OMAHA

0-5-5

21-1-1

4-4-5

0-0-1

DNP

12-4-1

8-2-0

10-0-0

4-1-0

15-7-0

2-4-0

at Washburn

8-2-1

11-3-1

0-2-4

3-0-1

3-2-0

2-3-2

0-3-0

3-1-0

6-1-0

4-3-1

2-1-0

at Missouri Western

11-2-1

8-4-2

2-6-1

6-3-1

0-0-0

1-5-0

4-1-1

5-3-3

6-0-0

15-6-1

0-0-0

at NW Missouri State

9-4-3

3-3-0

4-3-5

DNP

31-6-1

2-9-1

5-1-0

2-1-2

0-0-0

7-4-0

2-2-0

TRUMAN

8-1-3

4-2-0

2-3-3

3-0-0

4-6-0

4-6-0

0-3-1

2-3-0

8-4-0

10-8-0

0-0-0

6-4-1

CENTRAL MISSOURI

7-4-3

0-0-1

0-3-6

9-2-4

9-4-1

8-5-2

0-0-0

15-1-0

7-2-0

15-8-1

0-5-0

at Southwest Baptist

2-1-0

13-0-0

2-6-2

6-1-3

10-3-0

4-3-0

2-2-0

2-0-0

5-6-1

9-5-1

0-0-0

at Missouri Southern

8-5-2

11-2-2

6-9-2

3-0-1

10-7-0

4-7-3

3-0-0

2-0-0

0-9-0

10-8-0

0-1-0

PITTSBURG STATE

4-1-2

0-3-1

5-3-2

3-1-0

2-3-0

12-6-0

0-0-0

0-0-0

6-6-1

10-8-0

0-1-0

EMPORIA STATE

15-6-0

0-3-0

2-4-6

0-0-0

4-3-0

9-5-0

0-4-1

6-0-0

11-2-4

10-3-2

0-3-0

at Lincoln (MO)

21-5-2

0-0-1

3-3-5

0-0-0

10-3-0

8-2-0

0-2-1

6-1-0

16-4-3

0-5-2

0-4-1

at Nebraska-Omaha

27-7-1

2-1-0

7-4-6

0-3-1

20-7-2

2-1-0

0-2-1

8-2-2

2-4-1

4-13-2

3-4-1

NW MISSOURI STATE

18-4-4

2-1-0

8-2-8

DNP

23-1-0

4-2-2

0-0-0

13-3-1

11-6-1

5-9-1

0-2-0

MISSOURI WESTERN

16-3-4

1-2-1

0-3-5

DNP

29-3-0

3-3-0

0-0-0

11-2-1

4-6-1

7-9-0

0-0-1

WASHBURN

18-5-2

3-2-0

6-8-5

DNP

16-6-2

3-1-0

0-0-0

6-3-0

8-11-0

4-7-2

4-5-0

at Truman

4-4-2

0-2-0

4-3-1

3-0-0

7-3-0

0-1-2

0-0-0

9-2-2

2-2-0

13-4-0

1-1-1

at Central Missouri

14-4-4

1-3-0

4-4-3

3-1-2

18-2-1

0-2-1

0-0-0

2-0-0

11-0-1

0-3-0

10-5-0

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST

12-3-3

2-1-0

0-3-4

3-0-0

17-7-0

7-1-1

5-1-0

12-2-4

0-3-0

12-12-1

7-5-1

MISSOURI SOUTHERN

14-1-0

7-2-0

0-5-2

DNP

14-3-0

7-3-2

2-1-0

5-2-2

0-2-1

4-11-2

0-2-0

at Pittsburg State

11-3-2

17-3-0

2-4-6

0-1-0

13-5-0

6-5-1

1-1-0

2-0-0

0-1-0

4-12-1

0-2-0

at Emporia State

18-5-0

9-2-1

0-2-2

0-1-1

8-1-0

2-3-0

3-1-0

0-1-0

0-2-0

2-9-1

0-3-0


2010-2011 FINAL STATISTICS Rebounds Opponent

Score

W/L

FG

FGA

Pct

3FG

Fort Hays State

77

W

24

63

.381

Doane College

47

18

53

Fort Hays State

81

27

74

Tabor College

58

18

44

86

Nebraska-Kearney

64

Fort Hays State

52

at Newman

66

Fort Hays State

62

LINCOLN (MO.)

39

Fort Hays State

76

NEBRASKA-OMAHA

70 42

at #4 Washburn

71

Fort Hays State

58

at Missouri Western

76

Fort Hays State

65

at NW Missouri State

71 45

TRUMAN

54

Fort Hays State

70

CENTRAL MISSOURI

58

Fort Hays State

55

at Southwest Baptist

69 57

at Missouri Southern

59

Fort Hays State

42

PITTSBURG STATE

53

Fort Hays State

57 67

Fort Hays State

64

at Lincoln (Mo.)

60

Fort Hays State

75

at Nebraska-Omaha

70

Fort Hays State

84

NW MISSOURI STATE

78

Fort Hays State

71

MISSOURI WESTERN

68

Fort Hays State

68

WASHBURN

59

Fort Hays State

53

at Truman

65

L L L L W L L (ot)

Def

Tot

Avg

PF

A

TO

Blk Stl

Pts

Avg

32

.438

15

25

.600

14

22

36

36.0

13

17

11

8

20

77

77.0

.340

3

14

.214

8

9

.889

12

28

40

40.0

20

11

29

0

5

47

47.0

.365

9

37

.243

18

21

.857

18

24

42

39.0

19

19

20

8

24

81

79.0

.409

6

15

.400

16

18

.889

3

32

35

37.5

17

10

34

2

11

58

52.5

28

58

.483

11

26

.423

19

24

.792

16

26

42

40.0

20

18

18

6

9

86

81.3

22

60

.367

6

15

.400

14

20

.700

17

16

33

36.0

17

15

20

2

12

64

56.3

20

67

.299

5

33

.152

7

10

.700

17

23

40

40.0

12

9

17

5

9

52

74.0

25

63

.397

4

21

.190

12

15

.800

16

32

48

39.0

14

16

16

1

9

66

58.8

25

65

.385

4

27

.148

8

12

.667

19

28

47

41.4

11

14

13

3

9

62

71.6

17

57

.298

2

14

.143

3

6

.500

14

23

37

38.6

10

13

20

2

6

39

54.8

25

63

.397

5

13

.385

21

31

.677

15

20

35

40.3

11

13

13

4

11

76

72.3

26

59

.441

7

21

.333

11

11

1.000 12

28

40

38.8

25

11

23

4

6

70

57.3

17

55

.309

6

21

.286

2

3

.667

8

19

27

38.4

17

10

19

4

7

42

68.0

24

57

.421

6

15

.400

17

22

.773

15

29

44

39.6

9

15

13

5

5

71

59.3

20

65

.308

8

32

.250

10

14

.714

14

20

34

37.9

17

10

11

1

6

58

66.8

29

62

.468

8

21

.381

10

13

.769

14

33

47

40.5

11

20

15

4

6

76

61.4

21

62

.339

6

21

.286

17

20

.850

11

29

40

38.1

21

12

16

2

5

65

66.6

23

61

.377

4

12

.333

21

31

.677

11

31

42

40.7

17

10

12

12

7

71

62.4

12

54

.222

3

16

.188

18

23

.783

15

23

38

38.1

15

7

17

9

8

45

64.4

22

53

.415

1

5

.200

9

12

.750

10

31

41

40.7

20

8

17

4

6

54

61.6

24

62

.387

11

26

.423

11

16

.688

13

25

38

38.1

9

18

9

3

7

70

64.9

22

53

.415

7

17

.412

7

9

.778

6

29

35

40.2

18

12

16

4

4

58

61.3

18

57

.316

5

19

.263

14

17

.824

10

21

31

37.5

14

7

13

1

11

55

64.1

26

58

.448

9

23

.391

8

16

.500

16

26

42

40.3

15

17

15

2

7

69

61.9

22

65

.338

8

29

.276

5

8

.625

13

38

51

38.5

23

10

21

5

5

57

63.5

21

68

.309

6

18

.333

11

20

.550

17

33

50

41.1

16

12

19

5

9

59

61.7

16

56

.286

3

16

.188

7

8

.875

12

26

38

38.5

12

6

21

0

9

42

62.0

20

54

.370

8

20

.400

5

6

.833

8

28

36

40.7

15

9

19

6

6

53

61.1

L

23

67

.343

6

21

.286

5

9

.556

18

24

42

38.7

20

13

13

8

4

57

61.7

23

62

.371

4

13

.308

17

26

.654

20

29

49

41.3

13

12

13

7

5

67

61.5

W (ot)

22

62

.355

10

35

.286

10

14

.714

15

24

39

38.8

17

15

9

6

5

64

61.8

23

54

.426

3

13

.231

11

17

.647

11

24

35

40.9

12

13

13

4

3

60

61.4

26

78

.333

9

22

.409

14

18

.778

16

36

52

39.5

16

17

15

7

8

75

62.6

29

80

.363

2

19

.105

10

15

.667

19

39

58

41.9

18

15

17

7

8

70

61.9

27

57

.474

15

25

.600

15

24

.625

7

26

33

39.2

18

17

10

5

6

84

63.8

29

66

.439

7

18

.389

13

18

.722

13

29

42

41.9

20

16

12

4

6

78

62.8

W

26

59

.441

10

31

.323

9

15

.600

11

21

32

38.8

12

13

12

3

5

71

64.2

26

57

.456

10

21

.476

6

8

.750

11

26

37

41.6

15

19

16

2

9

68

63.1

W

21

67

.313

11

28

.393

15

16

.938

18

34

52

39.5

16

11

12

6

4

68

64.3

21

60

.350

6

19

.316

11

16

.688

7

27

34

41.2

14

13

9

4

4

59

62.8

21

52

.404

5

15

.333

6

12

.500

6

22

28

38.9

15

8

15

3

6

53

63.8

22

64

.344

6

12

.500

15

18

.833

18

29

47

41.5

11

13

14

1

8

65

63.0

L

W (ot) W

L

80

L

Fort Hays State

78

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST

58

Fort Hays State

53

MISSOURI SOUTHERN

62

Fort Hays State

56

at Pittsburg State

70

Fort Hays State

42

at Emporia State

54

Fort Hays State

1336

462

1342

.344

158

523

.302

254

343

.741

292

556

848

38.5

352

251

310

75

146 1336 60.7

Opponents

1411

517

1313

.394

125

378

.331

252

355

.710

286

628

914

41.5

337

293

330

97

139 1411 64.1

W L L L

22

61

.361

8

28

.286

11

14

.786

17

14

31

38.5

19

12

12

1

7

63

63.8

26

51

.510

7

13

.538

21

24

.875

11

23

34

41.2

13

17

12

3

4

80

63.7

27

65

.415

8

23

.348

16

17

.941

16

30

46

38.9

14

14

14

1

7

78

64.4

22

62

.355

7

27

.259

7

13

.538

13

22

35

40.9

12

13

16

1

9

58

63.5

16

49

.327

5

22

.227

16

23

.696

10

26

36

38.8

19

9

18

0

4

53

63.9

20

49

.408

8

19

.421

14

21

.667

8

27

35

40.7

25

13

14

3

6

62

63.4

18

65

.277

6

25

.240

14

16

.875

18

25

43

38.9

18

10

15

3

5

56

63.6

26

67

.388

6

21

.286

12

16

.750

17

29

46

40.9

14

12

13

8

7

70

63.7

13

56

.232

6

28

.214

10

13

.769

10

25

35

38.5

18

5

12

0

7

42

60.7

20

59

.339

1

17

.059

13

17

.765

15

33

48

41.5

14

10

12

5

8

54

64.1

RECORDS

63

at Central Missouri

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W

Off

14

OPPONENTS

Fort Hays State

W

Pct

PLAYERS

Fort Hays State

L

FTA

COACHES

Fort Hays State

W

FT

GROSS COLISEUM

Fort Hays State

W

FGA Pct

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2010-2011 Team Game-By-Game Stats

HISTORY

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FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

2010-2011 FINAL STATISTICS 2010-11 FHSU Individual Game Highs

2010-11 Opponent Individual Game Highs

Points

31

Keyser,Traci at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

Points

27

Curtis,Gabby at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

Field Goals Made

10

Keyser,Traci vs Missouri Western (02/03/11)

Field Goals Made

10

Rice,Erin at Missouri Southern (01/10/11)

10

Weiser,Kimber at Newman (11/23/10)

10

Curtis,Gabby at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

Field Goal Att.

23

Bechard,Crista at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

10

Essuon, Vivian vs Lincoln (Mo.) (12/01/10)

FG Pct (min 5 made)

.875 (7-8)

Keyser,Traci vs NW Missouri State (01/29/11)

Field Goal Att.

24

Volkens,Alli vs Emporia State (01/19/11)

3-Point FG Made

6

Keyser,Traci vs Missouri Western (02/03/11)

FG Pct (min 5 made)

.833 (5-6)

Katie Kane at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

3-Point FG Att.

11

Bechard,Crista at Emporia State (02/26/11)

.833 (5-6)

Malone,Whitney at Southwest Baptist (01/08/11) Baldwin,Afton vs Missouri Southern (02/19/11)

3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made)

Free Throws Made

1.000 (4-4) McFarland,Kara vs Doane College (11/15/10)

3-Point FG Made

6

1.000 (2-2) Keyser,Traci at Missouri Southern (01/10/11)

3-Point FG Att.

14

Baldwin,Afton vs Missouri Southern (02/19/11)

1.000 (2-2) McFarland,Kara at Missouri Western (12/11/10)

3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made)

1.000 (2-2)

Rhodes,Alyssa at Central Missouri (02/12/11)

1.000 (2-2) McFarland,Kara at Washburn (12/08/10)

Free Throws Made

9

Conway,Jennifer at Truman (02/10/11)

1.000 (2-2) Hillman,Shelby vs Nebraska-Kearney (11/20/10)

Free Throw Att.

11

Heather Pohl at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

12

Keyser,Traci at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

FT Pct (min 6 made)

1.000 (8-8)

Schultz,Stevi at Washburn (12/08/10)

12

Weiser,Kimber vs Nebraska-Omaha (12/03/10)

1.000 (6-6)

Caddell,Nicole at Central Missouri (02/12/11)

Free Throw Att.

14

Weiser,Kimber vs Nebraska-Omaha (12/03/10)

1.000 (6-6)

Megan Becker vs Nebraska-Kearney (11/20/10)

FT Pct (min 6 made)

1.000 (12-12) Keyser,Traci at NW Missouri State (12/18/10) 1.000 (7-7) Keyser,Traci vs Missouri Southern (02/19/11)

Rebounds

1.000 (6-6) Keyser,Traci vs Southwest Baptist (02/16/11)

Assists

1.000 (6-6) Pihl,Rhys vs Washburn (02/05/11)

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Olvera,Vivian vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

17

Heather Pohl at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

7

Bell,Alicia vs Missouri Western (02/03/11)

7

Jamie Nash at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

Rebounds

13

Champlin,Kara at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

7

Rhea Codio at Newman (11/23/10)

Assists

8

Pettaway,Kaniesha vs NW Mo. St. (01/29/11)

Steals

5

Bell,Alicia vs Missouri Western (02/03/11)

8

Pettaway,Kaniesha vs Neb.-Kearney (11/20/10)

Blocked Shots

7

Roehrig,Kyla at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

Steals

6

Pettaway,Kaniesha vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

Turnovers

6

Koch,Jessica vs Missouri Western (02/03/11)

5

Sorenson,Kelsie vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

6

Jamie Nash vs Nebraska-Omaha (12/03/10)

5

Hillman,Shelby vs Doane College (11/15/10)

6

Dick,MacKenzie vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

5

Durler,Janel vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

6

Olvera,Vivian vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

5

Durler,Janel vs Doane College (11/15/10)

6

Maphet,Amy Jo vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

6

Champlin,Kara at Truman (02/10/11)

6

Bellar, Cali vs Doane College (11/15/10)

6

Weiser,Kimber vs Pittsburg State (01/15/11)

5

Gipson,Larrita vs Missouri Southern (02/19/11)

Blocked Shots Turnovers

Fouls

Fouls

6

Pihl,Rhys vs Tabor College (11/17/10)

5

Jessica Zaruba at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

5

Pettaway,Kaniesha vs Missouri Southern (02/19/11)

5

Dillard, Bria at Lincoln (MO) (01/22/11)

5

Champlin,Kara at Truman (02/10/11)

5

Heather Pohl vs Nebraska-Omaha (12/03/10)

5

Pettaway,Kaniesha at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

5

Megan Becker vs Nebraska-Kearney (11/20/10)

5

Champlin,Kara at Lincoln (MO) (01/22/11)

5

Pettaway,Kaniesha at Missouri Western (12/11/10)

5

McFarland,Kara vs Doane College (11/15/10)

2010-11 FHSU Team Game Highs

38 38

1.000 (6-6)

2010-11 Opponent Team Game Highs

POINTS

86

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY (11/20/10)

POINTS

80

FIELD GOALS MADE

28

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY (11/20/10)

FIELD GOALS MADE

29

NW MISSOURI STATE (01/29/11)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

78

at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

29

at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

.483 (28-58)

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY (11/20/10)

29

at Missouri Western (12/11/10)

3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE

15

NW MISSOURI STATE (01/29/11)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

80

at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS

37

TABOR COLLEGE (11/17/10)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

.510 (26-51)

at Central Missouri (02/12/11)

3 PT FG PERCENTAGE

.600 (15-25)

NW MISSOURI STATE (01/29/11)

3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE

10

MISSOURI WESTERN (02/03/11)

FREE THROWS MADE

21

NEBRASKA-OMAHA (12/03/10)

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS

27

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST (02/16/11)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

31

NEBRASKA-OMAHA (12/03/10)

3 PT FG PERCENTAGE

.538 (7-13)

at Central Missouri (02/12/11)

FREE THROWS MADE

at Central Missouri (02/12/11)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

.941 (16-17)

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST (02/16/11)

REBOUNDS

52

WASHBURN (02/05/11)

52

at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

31

at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

19

TABOR COLLEGE (11/17/10)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

1.000 (11-11)

NEBRASKA-OMAHA (12/03/10)

STEALS

24

TABOR COLLEGE (11/17/10)

REBOUNDS

58

at Nebraska-Omaha (01/26/11)

BLOCKED SHOTS

9

TRUMAN (01/03/11)

ASSISTS

20

at Missouri Western (12/11/10)

TURNOVERS

21

PITTSBURG STATE (01/15/11)

STEALS

12

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY (11/20/10)

21

at Missouri Southern (01/10/11)

BLOCKED SHOTS

12

at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

23

at Missouri Southern (01/10/11)

TURNOVERS

34

TABOR COLLEGE (11/17/10)

ASSISTS

FOULS

FOULS

21

at Central Missouri (02/12/11)

21

at NW Missouri State (12/18/10)

25

MISSOURI SOUTHERN (02/19/11)

25

NEBRASKA-OMAHA (12/03/10)


CRISTA BECHARD


FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

2010-11 MIAA STANDINGS/AWARDS 2010-11 FINAL MIAA STANDINGS (1)Northwest Missouri State-xyz (2)Washburn -z (3)Emporia State (4)Missouri Southern (5)ittsburg State (6)Central Missouri (7)Missouri Western (8)Truman Fort Hays State Southwest Baptist Nebraska-Omaha Lincoln (Mo.)

W 18 17 15 15 13 12 11 10 9 6 5 1

L 4 5 7 7 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 21

MIAA Pct. 0.818 0.773 0.682 0.682 0.591 0.545 0.500 0.455 0.409 0.273 0.227 0.045

PF 1707 1498 1557 1469 1435 1486 1469 1360 1336 1396 1456 1183

PA 1520 1341 1423 1395 1367 1433 1419 1373 1411 1512 1638 1520

W 29 22 20 17 16 16 14 12 12 9 8 2

L 5 7 9 10 12 13 13 15 14 17 18 24

Overall Pct. 0.853 0.759 0.690 0.630 0.571 0.552 0.519 0.444 0.462 0.346 0.308 0.077

PF 2693 1965 2053 1784 1834 2003 1808 1673 1632 1642 1706 1423

PA 2355 1727 1854 1702 1746 1878 1713 1689 1646 1734 1854 1801

() = MIAA Tournament Seed x = MIAA Regular Season Champion y = MIAA Tournament Champion z = NCAA South Central Regional Participant

MIAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL RESULTS

First Round (1) NW Missouri State 69, (8) Truman 62 (5) Pittsburg State 61, (4) Missouri Southern 57 (ot) (2) Washburn 58, (7) Missouri Western 55 (3) Emporia State 74, (6) Central Missouri 69

First Round (1) Northeastern State 88, (8) Texas-Permian Basin 68 (5) Central Oklahoma 65, (4) Washburn 64 (2) NW Missouri State 92, (7) Texas Woman’s 73 (3) Tarleton State 86, (6) Southeastern Oklahoma 75

Semifinals (1) NW Missouri State 83, (5) Pittsburg State 76 (3) Emporia State 61, (2) Washburn 52

Semifinals (5) Central Oklahoma 68, (1) Northeastern State 60 (2) NW Missouri State 77, (3) Tarleton State 61

Finals (1) NW Missouri State 79, (3) Emporia State 63

Finals (2) NW Missouri State 82, (5) Central Oklahoma 70

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***NW Missouri State was eliminated in the National Semifinals

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2010-2011 All-MIAA Selections Player of the Year: Gabby Curtis, G, NW Missouri State Defensive Player of the Year: Kyla Roehrig, P, NW Missouri State Freshman of the Year: Kelsey Balcom, F, Emporia State Coach of the Year: Gene Steinmeyer, NW Missouri State First Team All-MIAA Gabby Curtis Alli Volkens Jasmine Lovejoy Stevi Schultz Kyla Roehrig **Unanimous Selection

Washburn Missouri Western Northwest Missouri Central Missouri Lincoln

Honorable Mention Becca Roberts Nicole Caddell Kelsey Balcom Crista Bechard Traci Keyser Heather Pohl Drew Roberts Laura Glenn Courtney Tate Ashleigh Gallio LaKendra Smith Amy Galey Jennifer Conway

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

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

Central Missouri Central Missouri Emporia State Fort Hays State Fort Hays State Nebraska-Omaha Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Southwest Baptist Southwest Baptist Truman Truman

Northwest Missouri Pittsburg State Missouri Western Truman Missouri Southern

All-Defensive Team Kyla Roehrig Alli Volkens Courtney Tate Kaniesha Pettaway Jasmine Lovejoy

P C G G G

Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Northwest Missouri Emporia State Pittsburg State Fort Hays State Missouri Southern

G C G G P

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Northwest Missouri** Emporia State** Missouri Southern Washburn Northwest Missouri

Second Team All-MIAA Cassie Lombardino C Jessica Koch F Abby Henry G Kara Fleming G Vivian Essuon C

Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Third Team All-MIAA Gentry Dietz Kylee Baldetti Rachel Luteyn Breanna Daniels Erin Rice

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So.

F F C G F


2010-11 MIAA INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Jr Jr Sr Jr

Games 29 27 34 26 27 26 29 29 34 34

FG 175 170 237 141 166 177 175 129 200 147

Class Games Sr 29 Sr 34 26 26 Sr 29 Jr 26 Sr 27 Jr 29 28 26

OFF 153 163 118 80 82 80 80 56 64 51

3FG 1 11 56 62 46 0 0 82 0 32

FT 179 141 83 102 69 73 84 94 94 146

DEF 212 228 147 128 147 120 125 164 143 136

Pts 530 492 613 446 447 427 434 434 494 472

TOT 365 391 265 208 229 200 205 220 207 187

Avg/G 18.3 18.2 18.0 17.2 16.6 16.4 15.0 15.0 14.5 13.9

Avg/G 12.6 11.5 10.2 8.0 7.9 7.7 7.6 7.6 7.4 7.2

3-POINT FG PCT (MIN. 1.5 MADE PER GAME) Player-Team Class Games 3FG 1. Nolke,Lauren-MWSU 27 78 2. Keyser,Traci-FHSU So 25 45 3. Martin,Shelly-Nwmsu Jr 33 83 4. Roberts,Drew-PSU 28 60 5. Curtis,Gabby-Nwmsu Sr 34 56 6. Kinderknecht,Laura-WU So 29 63 7. Schultz,Stevi-WU Jr 29 82 8. Heather Pohl-UNO 26 62 9. Koch,Jessica-MWSU 27 46 10. Bordewick,Alexa-PSU 28 43

FGA 181 114 213 155 147 169 231 176 135 130

3FG 78 82 83 62 57 63 60 53 56 45

Class Games 27 Sr 34 Sr 29 25 Jr 29 26 28 Jr 26 26 Jr 26

Blocks Avg/G 85 3.1 99 2.9 84 2.9 58 2.3 49 1.7 42 1.6 39 1.4 34 1.3 33 1.3 30 1.2

Avg/G 2.9 2.8 2.5 2.4 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.8

Class Games Sr 28 Jr 34 26 Sr 27 26 Sr 26 27 20 Jr 29 28

Assists Avg/G 158 5.6 175 5.1 120 4.6 122 4.5 114 4.4 104 4.0 107 4.0 75 3.8 102 3.5 98 3.5

BLOCKED SHOTS Player-Team 1. Luteyn,Rachel-MWSU 2. Roehrig,Kyla-Nwmsu 3. Volkens,Alli-ESU 4. Richards,Larissa-PSU 5. Lombardino,Cassie-WU 6. Dietz,Gentry-Nwmsu 7. Baldetti,Kylee-PSU 8. Caddell,Nicole-UCM 9. Brown,Lauren-PSU 10. Durler,Janel-FHSU

STEALS Player-Team 1. Jamie Nash-UNO 2. Koch,Jessica-MWSU 3. Henry,Abby-Nwmsu 4. Tate,Courtney-PSU 5. Lovejoy,Jasmine-MSSU 6. Curtis,Gabby-Nwmsu 7. Fleming,Kara-UCM 8. Malone,Whitney-SBU 9. Martin,Shelly-Nwmsu 10. Barrett, Cherakie-LU

Class Games 26 27 Jr 34 28 Sr 27 Sr 34 Sr 28 26 Jr 33 20

Steals Avg/G 80 3.1 62 2.3 75 2.2 59 2.1 56 2.1 66 1.9 53 1.9 49 1.9 57 1.7 28 1.4

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (MIN. 3.0 ASSISTS/GAME) Player-Team Class Games Asst Turn Ratio 1. Pettaway,Kanies-FHSU Sr 26 104 50 2.1 2. Tate,Courtney-PSU 28 98 50 2.0 3. Lassley,Megan-WU Jr 29 102 54 1.9 4. Gallio,Ashleigh-SBU 26 114 64 1.8 5. Kinderknecht,Laura-WU So 29 96 57 1.7 6. Henry,Abby-Nwmsu Jr 34 175 104 1.7 7. Galey,Amy-TSU Sr 27 122 76 1.6 8. Fleming,Kara-UCM Sr 28 158 111 1.4 9. Koch,Jessica-MWSU 27 107 88 1.2 10. Curtis,Gabby-Nwmsu Sr 34 114 101 1.1 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player-Team 1. Volkens,Alli-ESU 2. Roehrig,Kyla-Nwmsu 3. Essuon, Vivian-LU 4. Caddell,Nicole-UCM -4. Dietz,Gentry-Nwmsu 6. Lovejoy,Jasmine-MSSU 7. Champlin,Kara-FHSU 8. Mullen,Alyssa-WU 9. Balcom,Kelsey-ESU 10. Hedgecock,Michelle-MSSU

FREE THROW PCT (MIN. 2.5 MADE PER GAME) Player-Team Class Games FTM 1. Keyser,Traci-FHSU So 25 80 2. Volkens,Alli-ESU Sr 29 179 3. Heather Pohl-UNO 26 102 4. Schultz,Stevi-WU Jr 29 94 5. Henry,Abby-Nwmsu Jr 34 146 6. Barrett, Cherakie-LU 20 54 7. Fleming,Kara-UCM Sr 28 85 8. Koch,Jessica-MWSU 27 69 9. Rice,Erin-MSSU So 27 79 10. Lovejoy,Jasmine-MSSU Sr 27 141

FTA 88 212 121 114 183 68 109 94 112 204

Pct .909 .844 .843 .825 .798 .794 .780 .734 .705 .691

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player-Team 1. Volkens,Alli-ESU 2. Roehrig,Kyla-Nwmsu 3. Schultz,Stevi-WU 4. Essuon, Vivian-LU 5. Malone,Whitney-SBU 6. Baldetti,Kylee-PSU 7. Mullen,Alyssa-WU 8. Hanf,Rachel-ESU 9. Koch,Jessica-MWSU 10. Dietz,Gentry-Nwmsu

Class Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Fr Jr

Class Sr Sr Jr

Sr So

Games 29 34 26 26 26 27 25 29 29 27

No. 153 163 118 80 80 80 74 82 76 66

Avg/G 5.3 4.8 4.5 3.1 3.1 3.0 3.0 2.8 2.6 2.4

Games 29 34 29 26 26 28 29 29 27 26

No. 212 228 164 147 136 143 147 143 133 128

Avg/G 7.3 6.7 5.7 5.7 5.2 5.1 5.1 4.9 4.9 4.9

HISTORY

Pct .565 .557 .540 .534 .531 .528 .512 .506 .503 .502

RECORDS

FGA 354 106 328 174 258 176 342 174 161 217

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FIELD GOAL PCT (MIN. 5.0 MADE PER GAME) Player-Team Class Games FG 1. Roehrig,Kyla-Nwmsu Sr 34 200 2. Richards,Larissa-PSU 25 59 3. Essuon, Vivian-LU 26 177 4. Zelenka,Jacqui-SBU 26 93 5. Dietz,Gentry-Nwmsu 26 137 6. Mullen,Alyssa-WU Sr 29 93 7. Volkens,Alli-ESU Sr 29 175 8. Gloor,Nicole-TSU Fr 27 88 9. Champlin,Kara-FHSU Sr 25 81 10. Fleming,Kara-UCM Sr 28 109

REVIEW

ASSISTS Player-Team 1. Fleming,Kara-UCM 2. Henry,Abby-Nwmsu 3. Jamie Nash-UNO 4. Galey,Amy-TSU 5. Gallio,Ashleigh-SBU 6. Pettaway,Kaniesha-FHSU 7. Koch,Jessica-MWSU 8. Barrett, Cherakie-LU 9. Lassley,Megan-WU 10. Tate,Courtney-PSU

OPPONENTS

Class Games 27 Jr 29 Jr 33 26 26 So 29 28 Sr 27 So 29 So 25

PLAYERS

3-POINT FG MADE Player-Team 1. Nolke,Lauren-MWSU 2. Schultz,Stevi-WU 3. Martin,Shelly-Nwmsu 4. Heather Pohl-UNO 5. Heady,Courtney-SBU 6. Kinderknecht,Laura-WU 7. Roberts,Drew-PSU 8. Baldwin,Afton-MSSU 9. Hanf,Rachel-ESU 10. Keyser,Traci-FHSU

Pct .431 .395 .390 .387 .381 .373 .355 .352 .341 .331

COACHES

REBOUNDING Player-Team 1. Volkens,Alli-ESU 2. Roehrig,Kyla-Nwmsu 3. Essuon, Vivian-LU 4. Dietz,Gentry-Nwmsu 5. Mullen,Alyssa-WU 6. Caddell,Nicole-UCM 7. Lovejoy,Jasmine-MSSU 8. Schultz,Stevi-WU 9. Baldetti,Kylee-PSU 10. Malone,Whitney-SBU

Class Sr Sr Sr

GROSS COLISEUM

SCORING Player-Team 1. Volkens,Alli-ESU 2. Lovejoy,Jasmine-MSSU 3. Curtis,Gabby-Nwmsu 4. Heather Pohl-UNO 5. Koch,Jessica-MWSU 6. Essuon, Vivian-LU 7. Lombardino,Cassie-WU -7. Schultz,Stevi-WU 9. Roehrig,Kyla-Nwmsu 10. Henry,Abby-Nwmsu

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MIAA TEAM LEADERS SCORING OFFENSE Team 1. Northwest Missouri 2. Emporia State 3. Central Missouri 4. Washburn 5. Missouri Western 6. Missouri Southern 7. Nebraska-Omaha 8. Pittsburg State 9. Southwest Baptist 10. Fort Hays State 11. Truman 12. Lincoln

Games 34 29 29 29 27 27 26 28 26 26 27 26

W-L 29-5 20-9 16-13 22-7 14-13 17-10 8-18 16-12 9-17 12-14 12-15 2-24

Pts 2693 2053 2003 1965 1808 1784 1706 1836 1642 1632 1673 1423

Avg/G 79.2 70.8 69.1 67.8 67.0 66.1 65.6 65.6 63.2 62.8 62.0 54.7

SCORING DEFENSE Team 1. Washburn 2. Pittsburg State 3. Truman 4. Missouri Southern 5. Fort Hays State 6. Missouri Western 7. Emporia State 8. Central Missouri 9. Southwest Baptist 10. Northwest Missouri 11. Lincoln 12. Nebraska-Omaha

Games 29 28 27 27 26 27 29 29 26 34 26 26

Pts 1727 1746 1689 1702 1646 1713 1854 1878 1734 2355 1803 1854

Avg/G 59.6 62.4 62.6 63.0 63.3 63.4 63.9 64.8 66.7 69.3 69.3 71.3

SCORING MARGIN Team 1. Northwest Missouri 2. Washburn 3. Emporia State 4. Central Missouri 5. Missouri Western 6. Pittsburg State 7. Missouri Southern 8. Fort Hays State 9. Truman 10. Southwest Baptist 11. Nebraska-Omaha 12. Lincoln

Games 34 29 29 29 27 28 27 26 27 26 26 26

OFF 79.2 67.8 70.8 69.1 67.0 65.6 66.1 62.8 62.0 63.2 65.6 54.7

DEF 69.3 59.6 63.9 64.8 63.4 62.4 63.0 63.3 62.6 66.7 71.3 69.3

Margin +9.9 +8.2 +6.9 +4.3 +3.5 +3.2 +3.0 -0.5 -0.6 -3.5 -5.7 -14.6

FREE THROW PCT Team 1. Fort Hays State 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Missouri Western 4. Southwest Baptist 5. Central Missouri 6. Washburn 7. Emporia State 8. Northwest Missouri 9. Missouri Southern 10. Truman 11. Lincoln 12. Pittsburg State

Games 26 26 27 26 29 29 29 34 27 27 26 28

FTM 313 336 277 282 385 374 450 541 388 265 284 264

FTA 423 461 382 395 540 531 640 770 553 386 421 429

Pct .740 .729 .725 .714 .713 .704 .703 .703 .702 .687 .675 .615

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES Team Games 1. Northwest Missouri 34 2. Missouri Western 27 3. Central Missouri 29 4. Emporia State 29 5. Missouri Southern 27 6. Washburn 29 7. Truman 27 8. Pittsburg State 28 9. Southwest Baptist 26 10. Nebraska-Omaha 26 11. Lincoln 26 12. Fort Hays State 26

FG 976 677 711 716 624 689 645 680 591 612 525 561

FGA 2239 1626 1711 1724 1545 1713 1605 1722 1503 1616 1417 1604

Pct .436 .416 .416 .415 .404 .402 .402 .395 .393 .379 .371 .350

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE Team Games 1. Missouri Western 27 2. Emporia State 29 3. Pittsburg State 28 4. Washburn 29 5. Central Missouri 29 6. Fort Hays State 26 7. Northwest Missouri 34 8. Missouri Southern 27 9. Truman 27 10. Nebraska-Omaha 26 11. Lincoln 26 12. Southwest Baptist 26

FG 600 660 619 616 661 600 868 575 620 681 670 638

FGA 1655 1808 1637 1625 1708 1533 2214 1452 1507 1631 1571 1488

Pct .363 .365 .378 .379 .387 .391 .392 .396 .411 .418 .426 .429

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES Team Games 1. Northwest Missouri 34 2. Central Missouri 29 3. Pittsburg State 28 4. Missouri Western 27 5. Washburn 29 6. Truman 27 7. Emporia State 29 8. Nebraska-Omaha 26 9. Missouri Southern 27 10. Fort Hays State 26 11. Southwest Baptist 26 12. Lincoln 26

FG 200 196 212 177 213 118 171 146 148 197 178 89

FGA 554 560 607 528 638 357 544 471 478 651 598 380

Pct .361 .350 .349 .335 .334 .331 .314 .310 .310 .303 .298 .234

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE Team 1. Missouri Western 2. Washburn 3. Pittsburg State 4. Emporia State 5. Missouri Southern 6. Truman 7. Lincoln 8. Fort Hays State 9. Central Missouri 10. Southwest Baptist 11. Northwest Missouri 12. Nebraska-Omaha

Games 27 29 28 29 27 27 26 26 29 26 34 26

FG 186 172 123 141 158 146 181 144 180 158 232 169

FGA 638 564 400 458 503 461 559 443 551 472 684 472

Pct .292 .305 .308 .308 .314 .317 .324 .325 .327 .335 .339 .358

REBOUNDING OFFENSE Team 1. Emporia State 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Washburn 4. Central Missouri 5. Pittsburg State 6. Fort Hays State 7. Missouri Western 8. Missouri Southern 9. Truman 10. Nebraska-Omaha 11. Lincoln 12. Southwest Baptist

Reb 1274 1456 1175 1163 1099 1008 1024 1010 1007 957 921 847

REBOUNDING DEFENSE Team 1. Washburn 2. Central Missouri 3. Truman 4. Emporia State 5. Missouri Southern 6. Lincoln 7. Northwest Missouri 8. Southwest Baptist 9. Pittsburg State 10. Fort Hays State 11. Missouri Western 12. Nebraska-Omaha

Games 29 29 27 29 27 26 34 26 28 26 27 26

Reb 987 1007 941 1027 973 997 1319 1012 1146 1070 1117 1104

G 29 34 29 29 28 26 27 27 27 26 26 26

Avg/G 43.9 42.8 40.5 40.1 39.2 38.8 37.9 37.4 37.3 36.8 35.4 32.6

Avg/G 34.0 34.7 34.9 35.4 36.0 38.3 38.8 38.9 40.9 41.2 41.4 42.5


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Games 34 27 29 29 28 26 29 26 27 26 27 26

TEAM 390 15.0 508 14.9 376 14.5 433 16.0 460 16.4 390 14.4 457 17.6 398 13.7 441 16.3 497 17.1 505 17.4 467 18.0

Avg 35.4 34.0 34.7 38.8 34.9 36.0 40.9 41.2 38.3 41.4 42.5 38.9

Margin +8.5 +6.5 +5.4 +4.0 +2.4 +1.4 -1.7 -2.4 -2.9 -3.4 -5.7 -6.3

Avg/G 16.4 15.3 15.0 14.3 13.2 13.0 12.6 12.1 11.9 11.8 11.7 11.0

Avg OPP 464 17.8 595 17.5 429 16.5 475 17.6 502 17.9 428 15.9 485 18.7 408 14.1 440 16.3 472 16.3 383 13.2 350 13.5

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Team Games 1. Fort Hays State 26 2. Pittsburg State 28 3. Washburn 29 4. Southwest Baptist 26 5. Central Missouri 29 6. Missouri Western 27 7. Emporia State 29 8. Northwest Missouri 34 9. Nebraska-Omaha 26 10. Missouri Southern 27 11. Truman 27 12. Lincoln 26

3FG 197 212 213 178 196 177 171 200 146 148 118 89

Avg/G 7.6 7.6 7.3 6.8 6.8 6.6 5.9 5.9 5.6 5.5 4.4 3.4

Avg/G 5.9 5.7 5.3 4.4 3.9 3.5 3.2 3.1 2.6 2.3 2.2 1.9

STEALS Team 1. Northwest Missouri 2. Nebraska-Omaha 3. Southwest Baptist 4. Pittsburg State 5. Missouri Southern -5. Fort Hays State 7. Missouri Western 8. Central Missouri 9. Truman 10. Lincoln 11. Emporia State 12. Washburn

Games 34 26 26 28 27 26 27 29 27 26 29 29

Steals 325 243 224 225 216 208 212 207 190 160 161 158

Avg/G 9.6 9.3 8.6 8.0 8.0 8.0 7.9 7.1 7.0 6.2 5.6 5.4

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO Team 1. Northwest Missouri 2. Washburn 3. Missouri Western 4. Fort Hays State 5. Central Missouri 6. Pittsburg State 7. Southwest Baptist 8. Nebraska-Omaha 9. Missouri Southern 10. Emporia State 11. Truman 12. Lincoln

Games 34 29 27 26 29 28 26 26 27 29 27 26

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Team 1. Emporia State 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Washburn 4. Central Missouri 5. Missouri Western 6. Pittsburg State 7. Fort Hays State 8. Nebraska-Omaha 9. Missouri Southern 10. Truman 11. Lincoln 12. Southwest Baptist

G 29 34 29 29 27 28 26 26 27 27 26 26

Asst Avg 558 16.4 436 15.0 413 15.3 314 12.1 415 14.3 369 13.2 308 11.8 339 13.0 320 11.9 366 12.6 317 11.7 286 11.0

No. 832 949 808 785 721 728 651 648 660 642 606 569

Turn Avg 508 14.9 398 13.7 390 14.4 376 14.5 497 17.1 460 16.4 390 15.0 457 17.6 433 16.0 505 17.4 441 16.3 467 18.0

Avg/G 28.7 27.9 27.9 27.1 26.7 26.0 25.0 24.9 24.4 23.8 23.3 21.9

Ratio 1.1 1.1 1.1 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.6

HISTORY

Avg/G 15.2 14.9 13.7 13.5 13.3 13.0 13.0 12.7 12.1 11.9 11.2 10.7

Blocks 166 195 154 118 102 90 93 91 70 63 56 49

RECORDS

No. 442 507 357 365 371 378 350 367 315 309 303 278

Margin

Games 28 34 29 27 26 26 29 29 27 27 26 26

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Games 29 34 26 27 28 29 27 29 26 26 27 26

Avg +2.8 +2.6 +2.0 +1.6 +1.5 +1.4 +1.1 +0.3 +0.0 -0.9 -4.2 -4.5

BLOCKED SHOTS Team 1. Pittsburg State 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Emporia State 4. Missouri Western 5. Fort Hays State 6. Nebraska-Omaha 7. Washburn 8. Central Missouri 9. Missouri Southern 10. Truman 11. Lincoln 12. Southwest Baptist

REVIEW

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Team 1. Emporia State 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Fort Hays State 4. Truman 5. Pittsburg State 6. Central Missouri 7. Missouri Southern 8. Washburn 9. Lincoln 10. Nebraska-Omaha 11. Missouri Western 12. Southwest Baptist

Games 26 34 26 27 28 27 26 29 27 29 29 26

Assists 558 413 436 415 369 339 366 314 320 308 317 286

OPP 1027 987 1007 1319 941 973 1146 1070 997 1117 1104 1012

OPPONENTS

TURNOVER MARGIN Team 1. Southwest Baptist 2. Northwest Missouri 3. Fort Hays State 4. Missouri Southern 5. Pittsburg State 6. Missouri Western 7. Nebraska-Omaha 8. Washburn 9. Truman 10. Central Missouri 11. Emporia State 12. Lincoln

Avg 43.9 40.5 40.1 42.8 37.3 37.4 39.2 38.8 35.4 37.9 36.8 32.6

PLAYERS

ASSISTS Team 1. Northwest Missouri 2. Missouri Western 3. Washburn 4. Central Missouri 5. Pittsburg State 6. Nebraska-Omaha 7. Emporia State 8. Fort Hays State 9. Missouri Southern 10. Southwest Baptist 11. Truman 12. Lincoln

TEAM 1274 1175 1163 1456 1007 1010 1099 1008 921 1024 957 847

COACHES

Games 29 29 29 34 27 27 28 26 26 27 26 26

GROSS COLISEUM

REBOUNDING MARGIN Team 1. Emporia State 2. Washburn 3. Central Missouri 4. Northwest Missouri 5. Truman 6. Missouri Southern 7. Pittsburg State 8. Fort Hays State 9. Lincoln 10. Missouri Western 11. Nebraska-Omaha 12. Southwest Baptist

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ABOUT THE MIAA

Dr. Bob Boerigter

MIAA Regular Season Champions (Year-By-Year) 1982-83 1983-84

1984-85 1985-85

1988-89 1989-90

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Lori Shumpert

Assistant Director of Administrative Commissioner Communications Assistant The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, an 11-member conference of NCAA Division II institutions in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, was first organized in 1912 as the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The MIAA has gained the reputation of being one of the top NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. MIAA student-athletes have won 12 NCAA team championships and, since 1964, 153 individual national titles. The MIAA currently conducts championships in eight sports for men and nine for women. For the men, champions are crowned in football, cross country, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, baseball, tennis and golf. The women compete for titles in volleyball, cross-country, soccer, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, softball, golf and tennis. Dr. Robert J. Boerigter became the fourth full-time commissioner in MIAA history when he succeeded Jim Johnson on September 20, 2010. Boerigter was previously the director of athletics at Northwest Missouri State University from July of 2001 through September of 2010. Former Commissioner Jim Johnson succeeded Ralph McFillen in July 2007. Johnson spent two seasons as athletic director at Texas A&M-Commerce before becoming the MIAA’s third full-time commissioner. He was with the MIAA for three years before becoming the Athletics Director at Pittsburg State. Ralph McFillen, formerly of the Metro and Gulf South conferences, succeeded Ken B. Jones, as commissioner of the MIAA in July 1997. Larry House joined the MIAA staff in the summer of 2007 to assist in the marketing of the conference and its events, as well as aid in the league’s external affairs. Kellen Coleman, previously a media relations assistant at the University of Kansas, became the director of communications in the summer of 2009. Lori Shumpert joined the MIAA as the Administrative Assistant on September 13, 2010. She is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, where she majored in Exercise Science and worked in the athletics department as a student with compliance and football.

Founded: 1912 (Reorganized in 1924) Commissioner: Dr. Robert J. Boerigter Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 201 Fax: (816) 421-6423 E-mail: bboer@themiaa.com Assistant Commissioner for Championships and Business Development: Larry House Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 204 Fax: (816) 421-6423 E-mail: lhouse@themiaa.com Director of Communications: Kellen Coleman Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 202 Cell: (816) 695-2826 SID Office Fax: (816) 421-6429 E-mail: kcoleman@themiaa.com Administrative Assistant: Lori Shumpert Phone: (816) 421-6422 Ext. 203 Fax: (816) 421-6423 E-mail: lshumpert@themiaa.com Web Site: www.themiaa.com

1986-87 1987-88

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Larry House

MIAA Commissioner

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-85

Central Missouri Central Missouri NW Missouri State SE Missouri State Central Missouri Central Missouri SE Missouri State SE Missouri State Central Missouri SE Missouri State Central Missouri Central Missouri SE Missouri State Central Missouri Pittsburg State Washburn Missouri Western Missouri Western

1995-96

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

Central Missouri Missouri-Rolla Pittsburg State Missouri Western Emporia State Emporia State Emporia State Emporia State Missouri Western Washburn Emporia State Washburn Washburn Washburn Missouri Western Emporia State Washburn Emporia State Washburn NW Missouri State

MIAA Mailing Address 114 W. 11th St. Suite 105 Kansas City, MO 64105 MIAA Women’s Basketball Regular Season Champions From 1983-2011 School Central Missouri Emporia State Washburn Southeast Missouri State Missouri Western Northwest Missouri State Pittsburg State Missouri-Rolla

No. of Championships 9 7 7 5 5 2 2 1

MIAA Tournament Champions 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Central Missouri Central Missouri Central Missouri Central Missouri SE Missouri State Central Missouri Central Missouri Central Missouri SE Missouri State Washburn Washburn Missouri Southern Missouri Western Missouri Southern Missouri Western

School Central Missouri Emporia State Fort Hays State Lincoln Missouri Southern Missouri Western NW Missouri State Pittsburg State Southwest Baptist Truman Washburn

1997-98 Emporia State 1998-99 Emporia State 1999-00 Emporia State 2000-01 Emporia State 2001-02 Missouri Western 2002-03 Washburn 2003-04 NW Missouri State 2004-05 Washburn 2005-06 Washburn 2006-07 Washburn 2007-08 NW Missouri State 2008-09 Washburn 2009-10 Washburn 2010-11 NW Missouri State

Number of Tournament Championships Washburn 8 Central Missouri 7 Emporia State 4 Missouri Western 3 Northwest Missouri State 3 Missouri Southern 2 Southeast Missouri State 2

MIAA Member Information

Enrollment 11,000 6,528 9,000 2,848 5,740 5,535 6,900 7,127 3,500 5,800 7,500

Location Warrensburg, Mo. Emporia, Kan. Hays, Kan. Jefferson City, Mo. Joplin, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Maryville, Mo. Pittsburg, Kan. Bolivar, Mo. Kirksville, Mo. Topeka, Kan.

Population 19,034 26,380 20,368 40,771 49,775 76,197 10,800 19,649 11,013 17,368 123,446

Colors Nickname Cardinal & Black Mules Old Gold & Black Hornets Black & Gold Tigers Navy Blue & White Blue Tigers Green & Gold Lions Black & Gold Griffons Forest Green & White Bearcats Crimson & Gold Gorillas Purple & White Bearcats Purple & White Bulldogs Yale Blue & White Ichabods

MIAA Member Athletic Web Sites Central Missouri: www.ucmo.edu/athletics Emporia State: www.emporia.edu/athletics Fort Hays State: www.fhsuathletics.com Lincoln: www.lubluetigers.com Missouri Southern: www.mssulions.com Missouri Western: www.gogriffons.com Northwest Missouri State: www.northwestbearcats.com Pittsburg State: www.pittstategorillas.com Southwest Baptist: www.sbubearcats.com Truman State: www.trumanbulldogs.com Washburn: www.wusports.com


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GAME RECORDS

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Game Records

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POINTS Rank 1. Petrece Faulkner 2. Annette Wiles 3. Annette Wiles 4. Cheryl Baker 5. Daran Frevert 6. Roberta Augustine Annette Wiles Crystal Harden 9. Roberta Augustine Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Shauna Porter

PTS 46 45 41 38 37 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35

Opponent Adams State Wisconsin-Stout Emporia State Washburn Missouri Southern Missouri Western Peru State Nebraska-Kearney Mesa State Friends University Friends University Mesa State Chadron State

Year 1992-93 1990-91 1990-91 1985-86 1980-81 1981-82 1987-88 2004-05 1980-81 1988-98 1990-91 1990-91 1998-99

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Daran Frevert Annette Wiles 4. Jeri Tacha Roberta Augustine Annette Wiles Petrece Faulkner Cheryl Baker 8. Annette Wiles Megan Ryan Crystal Harden

FG 19 17 17 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 14

Opponent Wisconsin-Stout Missouri Southern Mesa State Missouri Southern Missouri Western Emporia State Adams State Washburn Peru State Regis Nebraska-Kearney

Year 1990-91 1980-81 1990-91 1977-78 1981-82 1990-91 1992-93 1985-86 1987-88 1997-98 2004-05

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3FG 1. Naomi Bancroft 9 2. Petrece Faulkner 8 Naomi Bancroft 8 4. Petrece Faulkner 7 Amy Scoby 7 Naomi Bancroft 7 Naomi Bancroft 7 Naomi Bancroft 7 9. Naomi Bancroft 6 Naomi Bancroft 6 Katie Rausch 6 Naomi Bancroft 6 Naomi Bancroft 6 Naomi Bancroft 6 Naomi Bancroft 6 Kayla Klug 6 Naomi Bancroft 6 Naomi Bancroft 6 Traci Keyser 6

Opponent at Nebraska-Omaha Emporia State Missouri Southern Washburn Colorado Mines at Washburn Truman at Missouri Western Bethany College Nebraska-Kearney Southwest Baptist Colorado Mines Hawaii-Hilo Saint Mary (Kan.) Missouri Southern Emporia State vs. Avila Southwest Baptist Missouri Western

Year 2008-09 1992-93 2009-10 1991-92 1993-94 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank FGA 1. Roberta Augustine 35 2. Annette Wiles 28 3. Roberta Augustine 27 4. Sheri Piersall 26 Annette Wiles 26 Naomi Bancroft 26 7. Petrece Faulkner 25 Kelly Priest 25 Naomi Bancroft 25 10. Naomi Bancroft 24

Opponent Missouri Western Peru State Nebraska-Kearney Missouri Western Emporia State at Nebraska-Omaha Adams State Colorado Christian Nebraska-Omaha at Washburn

Year 1981-82 1987-88 1980-81 1977-78 1990-91 2009-10 1992-93 2000-01 2009-10 2009-10

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 3FGA Opponent 1. Naomi Bancroft 21 at Missouri Western 2. Naomi Bancroft 19 Colorado Mines Naomi Bancroft 19 vs. Washburn Naomi Bancroft 19 Missouri Southern 5. Naomi Bancroft 18 Nebraska-Omaha 6. Naomi Bancroft 17 Missouri Southern Naomi Bancroft 17 Truman Naomi Bancroft 17 at Nebraska-Omaha

Year 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09

Naomi Bancroft Naomi Bancroft Naomi Bancroft

16 16 16

at Washburn Washburn Central Missouri

2008-09 2009-10 2009-10

FREE THROWS MADE Rank 1. Shanell Watson 2. Cassie Cordell 3. Kristin Wiebe 4. Petrece Faulkner Cassie Cordell Sheena Kuntzsch Sheena Kuntzsch 8. Julie Crispin Annette Wiles Petrece Faulkner Kristin Wiebe Sheena Kuntzsch Kimber Weiser Traci Keyser

FT 16 15 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Opponent Chadron State Nebraska-Kearney Missouri Western Adams State Central Christian Truman State Panhandle State Bethany Nazarene Emporia State Adams State N.M. Highlands Southwest Baptist Nebraska-Omaha at NW Missouri State

Year 2003-04 2003-04 1993-94 1991-92 2003-04 2007-08 2007-08 1980-81 1990-91 1992-93 1994-95 2007-08 2010-11 2010-11

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank FTA 1. Sheena Kuntzsch 19 2. Shanell Watson 18 Cassie Cordell 18 4. Kristin Wiebe 17 5. Julie Crispin 15 LeAnne Bryant 15 Kristin Wiebe 15 Shauna Porter 15 Shanell Watson 15 Sheena Kuntzsch 15 Sheena Kuntzsch 15 Erica Biel 15

Opponent Southwest Baptist Chadron State Nebraska-Kearney Chadron State Bethany Nazarene Cameron Missouri Western Adams State New Mexico Highlands Truman State Panhandle State Missouri Southern

Year 2007-08 2003-04 2003-04 1994-95 1980-81 1991-92 1993-94 1999-00 2002-03 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09

REBOUNDS Rank 1. Kathy Bahner 2. Chris Keller Connie Wilkens Bonnie Neuberger Roberta Augustine 6. Cassie Cordell Ashlee Gustin 8. Connie Wilkens Bonnie Neuberger 10. Susan Breckenridge Deb Robinson Susan Dinkel Deb Robinson Julie Crispin Julie Crispin Bev Musselwhite Annette Wiles Erica Biel Erica Biel

REB 26 20 20 20 20 19 19 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

Opponent McPherson College Kansas University Nebraska-Kearney Southern Colorado Kansas Wesleyan Colorado Christian New Mexico Highlands Missouri Southern Nebraska-Kearney Sterling College St. Mary of the Plains Missouri Southern Missouri Western Nebraska-Kearney Pittsburg State Nebraska-Kearney Wayne State vs. Tabor College Southwest Baptist

Year 1974-75 1974-75 1977-78 1980-81 1980-81 2003-04 2004-05 1978-79 1980-81 1974-75 1976-77 1979-80 1979-80 1980-81 1980-81 1982-83 1990-91 2008-09 2008-09

ASSISTS Rank 1. Robin Greene Shanell Watson 3. Roberta Augustine Maisha Prewitt 5. Shelby Hayden Maisha Prewitt Meshia Mason 8. Allison Ott Kristi Leeper-Meis Kristi Leeper-Meis Kristi Leeper-Meis Barb Steinlage Amy Scoby Maisha Prewitt

AST 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Opponent Pittsburg State Rockhurst Missouri Southern Colorado Mines Western State Chadron State Nebraska-Kearney Missouri Western Marymount College Denver University Mesa State Colorado Mines New Mexico Highlands New Mexico Highlands

Year 1980-81 2002-03 1980-81 1998-99 1995-96 2000-01 2005-06 1979-80 1987-88 1990-91 1999-91 1993-94 1994-95 1999-00


SEASON RECORDS

FG 358 255 245 228 227 213 206 190 184 183

YEAR 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1980-81 1981-82 1985-86 1976-77 1980-81 1982-83 1992-93

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Janna Choitz 3. Roberta Augustine 4. Roberta Augustine 5. Naomi Bancroft 6. Annette Wiles Petrece Faulkner 8. Julie Crispin 9. Naomi Bancroft 10. Jody Hoffman

FGA 582 533 512 507 450 449 449 439 428 416

YEAR 1990-91 1976-77 1980-81 1981-82 2009-10 1988-89 1992-93 1980-81 2008-09 1982-83

3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 1. Naomi Bancroft 2. Naomi Bancroft 3. Naomi Bancroft 4. Katie Rausch 5. Naomi Bancroft 6. Petrece Faulkner 7. Mardy Robinson 8. Shauna Porter 9. Mindy Lyne 10. Crista Bechard Traci Keyser

3FG 110 93 86 66 64 62 56 51 47 45 45

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 1992-93 1995-96 1998-99 1995-96 2010-11 2010-11

FT 164 164 163 161 145 136 134 132 131 128

YEAR 1990-91 2000-01 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 2006-07 1994-95 1985-86 2003-04 1984-85

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Shauna Porter 3. Deb Robinson 4. Kristin Wiebe 5. Cheryl Baker 6. Stacey Wells 7. Ashlee Gustin 8. Selma Barbosa 9. Kristin Wiebe 10. Cassie Cordell

FTA 208 198 196 191 188 183 179 177 175 166

YEAR 1990-91 2000-01 1976-77 1993-94 1985-86 1984-85 2006-07 2001-02 1994-95 2003-04

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 75 ATTEMPTS) Rank PCT 1. Traci Keyser .909 2. Traci Keyser .889 3. Naomi Bancroft .857 4. Shauna Porter .851 5. Petrece Faulkner .832 6. Shauna Porter .828 7. Petrece Faulkner .820 Jamie Heiman .820 9. Sheena Kuntzsch .819 10. Roberta Augustine .818

YEAR 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 1998-99 1991-92 2000-01 1992-93 2001-02 2006-07 1981-82

RECORDS

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Annette Wiles 3. Annette Wiles 4. Roberta Augustine 5. Roberta Augustine 6. Cheryl Baker 7. Janna Choitz 8. Julie Crispin 9. Jody Hoffman 10. Petrece Faulkner

FREE THROWS MADE Rank 1. Annette Wiles Shauna Porter 3. Melissa Nulty 4. Kris Osthoff 5. Kristin Wiebe 6. Ashlee Gustin 7. Kristin Wiebe 8. Cheryl Baker 9. Cassie Cordell 10. Stacey Wells

THE MIAA

YEAR 1990-91 1988-89 1989-90 1980-81 1985-86 1981-82 1998-99 1992-93 2001-02 1976-77

REVIEW

AVG 24.4 21.6 20.6 19.3 19.2 18.5 18.0 17.9 17.7 17.0

YEAR 2009-10 2003-04 1995-96 2002-03 1991-92 1999-00 2006-07 2010-11 2010-11 1997-98

OPPONENTS

SCORING AVERAGE Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Annette Wiles 3. Annette Wiles 4. Roberta Augustine 5. Cheryl Baker 6. Roberta Augustine 7. Shauna Porter 8. Petrece Faulkner 9. Selma Barbosa 10. Janna Choitz

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATTEMPTS) Rank AVG 1. Audra Binford .444 2. Kyra Pokorny .439 3. Mindy Lyne .409 4. Katie Rhodes .406 5. Petrece Faulkner .400 Maisha Prewitt .400 7. Katie Rausch .395 Traci Keyser .395 9. Kara McFarland .393 10. Shauna Porter .383

PLAYERS

YEAR 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1985-86 1980-81 1992-93 1981-82 1976-77 1998-99 2000-01

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 1992-93 1995-96 1998-99 2010-11 1996-97

COACHES

PTS 880 598 582 558 540 519 517 493 487 485

3FGA 327 294 245 187 167 164 152 145 141 136

GROSS COLISEUM

POINTS Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Annette Wiles 3. Annette Wiles 4. Cheryl Baker 5. Roberta Augustine 6. Petrece Faulkner 7. Roberta Augustine 8. Janna Choitz 9. Shauna Porter 10. Shauna Porter

3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. Naomi Bancroft 2. Naomi Bancroft 3. Naomi Bancroft 4. Naomi Bancroft 5. Katie Rausch 6. Petrece Faulkner 7. Mardy Robinson 8. Shauna Porter 9. Crista Bechard 10. Mindy Lyne

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REBOUNDS Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Chris Biser 3. Deb Robinson 4. Erica Biel 5. Julie Crispin 6. Bonnie Neuberger 7. Susie Dinkel 8. Penny Fischer 9. Julie Crispin 10. Roberta Augustine

REB 364 319 316 308 306 305 274 263 251 247

YEAR 1990-91 1986-87 1976-77 2008-09 1980-81 1980-81 1979-80 1986-87 1979-80 1980-81

BLOCKS (SINCE 1984-85) Rank 1. Erica Biel 2. Erica Biel 3. Ashlee Gustin 4. Annette Wiles 5. Ashlee Gustin 6. Jamie Heiman 7. Annette Wiles Ashlee Gustin 9. Annette Wiles Jamie Heiman Ashlee Gustin

BLK 64 55 53 50 42 40 37 37 34 34 34

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2003-04 1990-91 2006-07 2001-02 1989-90 2005-06 1988-89 2000-01 2004-05

REBOUND AVERAGE Rank 1. Erica Biel 2. Deb Robinson Julie Crispin Bonnie Neuberger 5. Connie Wilkens Annette Wiles 7. Chris Biser 8. Connie Wilkens 9. Stacey Wells 10. Bev Musselwhite

AVG 11.0 10.9 10.9 10.9 10.1 10.1 10.0 9.7 9.6 8.9

YEAR 2008-09 1976-77 1980-81 1980-81 1977-78 1990-91 1986-87 1978-79 1983-84 1982-83

FOULS Rank 1. Deb Smith 2. Chris Biser 3. Susie Dinkel 4. Jamie Heiman 5. Kelly Priest Ashlee Gustin 7. DeAnn Wiles 8. Bonnie Neuberger 9. Sheri Piersall Annette Wiles

F 121 115 112 107 105 105 102 100 96 96

YEAR 1990-91 1986-87 1979-80 2000-01 2000-01 2006-07 1991-92 1980-81 1976-77 1990-91

ASSISTS Rank 1. Kristi Leeper-Meis 2. Maisha Prewitt 3. Maisha Prewitt 4. Amy Scoby Maisha Prewitt 6. Mardy Robinson 7. Roberta Augustine 8. Jeri Tacha Marilyn Smith 10. Marilyn Smith

AST 166 145 142 132 132 128 125 123 123 122

YEAR 1990-91 1998-99 1999-00 1994-95 2000-01 1995-96 1981-82 1979-80 1985-86 1984-85

ASSIST AVERAGE Rank 1. Maisha Prewitt 2. Maisha Prewitt 3. Kristi Leeper-Meis Amy Scoby Mardy Robinson 6. Roberta Augustine 7. Maisha Prewitt 8. Roberta Augustine 9. Robin Greene Marilyn Smith Marilyn Smith

AVG 5.4 5.1 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.5 4.4 4.3 4.2 4.2 4.2

YEAR 1998-99 1999-00 1990-91 1994-95 1995-96 1981-82 2000-01 1980-81 1976-77 1984-85 1985-86

DISQUALIFICATIONS Rank 1. Ashlee Gustin 2. Chris Biser DeAnn Wiles 4. Margaret Jennings 5. Roberta Augustine Lori Reeves Stacey Wells Deb Smith Ashlee Gustin 10. Terrie Sargent LeAnne Bryant Kelly Priest

FO 10 9 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6

YEAR 2006-07 1986-87 1991-92 1976-77 1981-82 1984-85 1984-85 1990-91 2003-04 1984-85 1991-92 2000-01

STEALS (SINCE 1984-85) Rank 1. Julie Kizzar Kristi Leeper-Meis 3. Lori Reeves 4. Shelby Hayden 5. Annette Wiles 6. Carol Coykendall 7. Shauna Porter 8. Shanell Watson 9. Ashlee Gustin 10. Ashlee Gustin

STL 101 101 83 79 78 77 75 73 71 66

YEAR 1990-91 1990-91 1985-86 1995-96 1990-91 1992-93 2000-01 2002-03 2004-05 2005-06


CAREER RECORDS YEARS 1987-91 1997-01 1989-93 1979-83 2003-07 1999-03 2006-10 1986-90 1991-95 1997-01 1981-86 1987-91 1991-95 1993-97 1977-81

FG 993 649 610 572 555 548 542 503 491 491

YEARS 1987-91 1979-83 1989-93 1997-01 1999-03 1986-90 2003-07 1981-86 1991-95 1997-01

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Roberta Augustine 3. Petrece Faulkner 4. Naomi Bancroft 5. Shauna Porter 6. Jamie Heiman 7. Chris Biser 8. Terrie Sargent 9. Deb Robinson 10. Ashlee Gustin

FGA 1700 1506 1469 1413 1339 1160 1122 1102 1036 1024

YEARS 1987-91 1979-83 1989-93 2006-10 1997-01 1999-03 1986-90 1981-86 1976-80 2003-07

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Rank 1. Petrece Faulkner 2. Shauna Porter 3. Katie Rausch 4. Jodi Rogers 5. Mindy Lyne Naomi Bancroft Audra Binford 8. Amber Roadhouse Kayla Klug 10. LaTaunia Terry

PCT .372 .363 .345 .336 .335 .335 .335 .333 .333 .323

YEARS 1989-93 1997-01 2003-07 1997-99 1993-97 2006-10 2008-10 2001-03 2006-10 1998-01

FREE THROWS Rank 1. Shauna Porter 2. Annette Wiles 3. Ashlee Gustin 4. Jamie Heiman 5. Kristin Wiebe 6. Petrece Faulkner 7. Kris Osthoff 8. Roberta Augustine 9. Erica Biel 10. Deb Robinson

FT 480 421 407 361 339 295 279 254 237 230

YEARS 1997-01 1987-91 2003-07 1999-03 1991-95 1989-93 1991-95 1979-83 2007-10 1976-80

HISTORY

FIELD GOALS Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Roberta Augustine 3. Petrece Faulkner 4. Shauna Porter 5. Jamie Heiman 6. Chris Biser 7. Ashlee Gustin 8. Terrie Sargent 9. Kris Osthoff Kelly Priest

YEARS 2006-10 1997-01 1994-98 1989-93 1993-97 2003-07 2006-10 2001-05 1991-95 1997-01

RECORDS

YEARS 1987-91 1986-90 1999-03 1976-80 2003-07 1977-81 1991-95 1979-83 1991-95 2007-10

3-FGA 1,053 460 387 382 322 313 303 279 242 239

THE MIAA

REB 961 901 841 807 794 775 754 720 695 640

3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. Naomi Bancroft 2. Shauna Porter 3. Mardy Robinson 4. Petrece Faulkner 5. Mindy Lyne 6. Katie Rausch 7. Kayla Klug 8. Katie Rhodes 9. Amy Scoby 10. Maisha Prewitt

REVIEW

REBOUNDS Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Chris Biser 3. Jamie Heiman 4. Deb Robinson 5. Ashlee Gustin 6. Julie Crispin 7. Kris Osthoff 8. Roberta Augustine 9. Kristin Wiebe 10. Erica Biel

YEARS 2006-10 1997-01 1989-93 1994-98 1993-97 2003-07 2006-10 2001-05 1991-95 2008-10

OPPONENTS

YEARS 1987-91 1997-01 1983-85 1979-83 1989-93 2006-10 2003-07 1986-88 1999-03 1986-90 2002-04

3-FG 353 167 142 119 108 108 101 87 75 70

PLAYERS

SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 50 GAMES PLAYED) Rank AVG 1. Annette Wiles 20.4 2. Shauna Porter 15.8 3. Stacey Wells 14.8 4. Roberta Augustine 14.6 5. Petrece Faulkner 13.6 6. Naomi Bancroft 13.5 7. Ashlee Gustin 13.4 8. Penny Fischer 13.3 9. Jamie Heiman 13.2 10. Chris Biser 12.3 Shanell Watson 12.3

3-PT FIELD GOALS Rank 1. Naomi Bancroft 2. Shauna Porter 3. Petrece Faulkner 4. Mardy Robinson 5. Mindy Lyne Katie Rausch 7. Kayla Klug 8. Katie Rhodes 9. Amy Scoby 10. Audra Binford

COACHES

PTS 2,407 1,791 1,657 1,552 1,504 1,492 1,449 1,321 1,261 1,183 1,156 1,121 1,109 1,101 1,086

YEARS 1987-91 1996-99 1984-86 1991-95 2003-07 1979-83 1983-85 1982-85 1986-88 1997-01

GROSS COLISEUM

1,000 POINT SCORERS Rank 1. Annette Wiles 2. Shauna Porter 3. Petrece Faulkner 4. Roberta Augustine 5. Ashlee Gustin 6. Jamie Heiman 7. Naomi Bancroft 8. Chris Biser 9. Kris Osthoff 10. Kelly Priest 11. Terrie Sargent 12. Julie Kizzar 13. Kristin Wiebe 14. Mindy Lyne 15. Julie Crispin

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 200 MADE FG) Rank PCT 1. Annette Wiles .584 2. Megan Ryan .575 3. Cheryl Baker .541 4. Kris Osthoff .533 5. Ashlee Gustin .529 6. Bonnie Neuberger .522 7. Stacey Wells .515 8. Bev Musselwhite .504 9. Penny Fischer .502 10. Kelly Priest .499

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CAREER RECORDS

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FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. Shauna Porter 2. Annette Wiles 3. Ashlee Gustin 4. Kristin Wiebe 5. Jamie Heiman 6. Deb Robinson 7. Kris Osthoff 8. Petrece Faulkner 9. Roberta Augustine 10. Erica Biel

YEARS 1997-01 1987-91 2003-07 1991-95 1999-03 1976-80 1991-95 1989-93 1979-83 2007-10

STEALS (SINCE 1984-85) Rank 1. Shelby Hayden 2. Ashlee Gustin 3. Kristi Leeper-Meis 4. Julie Kizzar 5. Shauna Porter 6. Annette Wiles 7. Maisha Prewitt 8. Jamie Heiman 9. Kayla Klug 10. Chris Biser

STL 248 236 234 229 201 198 188 179 165 147

YEAR 1994-98 2003-07 1987-91 1987-91 1997-01 1987-91 1997-01 1999-03 2006-10 1986-90

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 MADE) Rank PCT 1. Naomi Bancroft .859 2. Petrece Faulkner .819 3. Shauna Porter .811 4. Cassie Cordell .789 5. Sheena Kuntzsch .785 6. Julie Kizzar .777 7. Jennifer Hake .774 8. Jamie Heiman .771 9. Ashlee Gustin .765 10. Annette Wiles .760

YEARS 2006-10 1989-93 1997-01 2003-04 2006-08 1987-91 2001-05 1999-03 2003-07 1987-91

BLOCKS (SINCE 1984-85) Rank 1. Ashlee Gustin 2. Annette Wiles 3. Erica Biel 4. Jamie Heiman 5. LeAnne Bryant 6. Chris Biser 7. Maisha Prewitt 8. Ashlee Schneider 9. Heather Blue 10. Kelly Priest

BLK 166 142 138 121 75 64 55 45 42 39

YEAR 2003-07 1987-91 2007-10 1999-03 1988-92 1986-90 1997-01 2004-06 1993-95 1997-01

ASSISTS Rank 1. Maisha Prewitt 2. Kristi Leeper-Meis 3. Mardy Robinson 4. Roberta Augustine 5. Shelby Hayden 6. Shauna Porter 7. Barb Steinlage 8. Kayla Klug 9. Amy Scoby 10. Petrece Faulkner Mindy Lyne

YEARS 1997-01 1987-91 1994-98 1979-83 1994-98 1997-01 1990-94 2006-10 1991-95 1989-93 1993-97

FOULS Rank 1. Ashlee Gustin 2. Chris Biser 3. Roberta Augustine 4. Jamie Heiman 5. Annette Wiles 6. Kelly Priest 7. Terrie Sargent 8. Maisha Prewitt 9. DeAnn Wiles 10. Shelby Hayden

F 369 349 326 322 316 289 268 251 250 248

YEARS 2003-07 1986-90 1979-83 1999-03 1987-91 1997-01 1981-86 1997-01 1989-93 1994-98

FTA 592 554 532 521 468 429 387 360 355 331

A 478 413 379 357 335 331 302 301 288 287 287

ASSISTS PER GAME (2 OR MORE YEARS PLAYED) Rank A/G 1. Maisha Prewitt 4.2 Marilyn Smith 4.2 3. Meshia Mason 4.0 4. Kristi Leeper-Meis 3.4 Roberta Augustine 3.4 Mardy Robinson 3.4 7. Barb Steinlage 3.3 Shanell Watson 3.3 9. Amy Scoby 3.1 10. Shelby Hayden 3.0

YEARS 1997-01 1984-86 2006-08 1987-91 1979-83 1994-98 1990-94 2002-04 1991-95 1994-98


TEAM RECORDS

POINTS 2821 2412 2367 2209 2202

FG 1103 1013 918 895 893

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. 1990-91 2. 1979-80 3. 1976-77 4. 1982-83 5. 1981-82

FGA 2393 2315 2254 2222 2059

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Rank 1. 1989-90 2. 1985-86 3. 1988-89 1990-91 5. 1984-85

FG PCT .485 (918-1893) .468 (881-1882) .462 (778-1683) .462 (1103-2393) .457 (895-1960)

3-FGA 657 651 605 541 530

FT 604 513 505 465 456 456

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Rank 1. 1990-91 2. 2000-01 3. 1997-98 4. 1991-92 5. 2004-05

REB 537 474 463 456 445

ASSISTS Rank 1. 1990-91 2. 1989-90 3. 1994-95 4. 1999-00 5. 1997-98

AST 640 539 483 465 454

ASSISTS PER GAME Rank 1. 1989-90 2. 1990-91 3. 1995-96 4. 1994-95 5. 1999-00

AVG 18.6 17.8 17.0 16.7 16.6

BLOCKS (SINCE 1984-85) Rank 1. 2008-09 2. 2004-05 3. 2009-10 4. 2010-11 5. 2005-06

BLK 113 112 106 102 97

STEALS PER GAME Rank 1. 1990-91 2. 2005-06 3. 2004-05 4. 2000-01 2003-04

Rank 1. 34 2. 23 3. 22 22 22

YEAR 1990-91 1994-95 1989-90 1996-97 2004-05

LEAST LOSSES

S 467 370 355 351 333

AVG 13.0 12.5 12.3 11.8 11.8

Rank 1. 2 2 3. 4 4 4

YEAR 1971-72 1990-91 1969-70 1972-73 1973-74

Most Consecutive Victories: 23, 1990-91 (20), 1991-92 (3) Most Consecutive Victories in One Season: 20, 1990-91 Most Consecutive Home Victories: 21, 1995-96 (4), 1996-97 (14), 1997-98 (3) **Streak at Gross Coliseum is 34, 1988-89 (2), 1989-90 (14), 1990-91 (15), 1991-92 (3) District 10 Playoffs in 1989-90 were played at Felton Middle School in Hays where Fort Hays State lost to Washburn in what was noted as a home game. Most Consecutive Road Victories: 7, 1977-78 (6), 1978-79 (1) Most Consecutive Home Losses: 7, 1975-76 Most Consecutive Road Losses: 20, 2006-07 (1), 2007-08 (11), 2008-09 (8) Most Wins In A Single Season: 34, 1990-91

HISTORY

FREE THROWS MADE Rank 1. 2000-01 2. 1990-91 3. 2003-04 4. 1994-95 5. 2002-03 2004-05

REB 1635 1574 1513 1482 1449

RECORDS

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Rank 3-FG PCT 1. 1995-96 .350 (115-329) 2. 1992-93 .346 (82-237) 3. 1999-00 .344 (132-384) 4. 1997-98 .342 (115-336) 5. 2006-07 .336 (182-541)

YEAR 1990-91 1971-72 1994-95 1996-97 1973-74

WINS

REBOUNDS Rank 1. 1979-80 2. 1990-91 3. 1982-83 4. 1981-82 5. 1986-87

STEALS Rank 1. 1990-91 2. 2004-05 3. 2000-01 4. 2005-06 5. 1992-93

PCT .944 .857 .793 .786 .778

THE MIAA

3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. 2008-09 2. 2010-11 3. 2009-10 4. 2006-07 5. 2007-08

3FG 209 197 194 182 173

Rank 1. 34-2 2. 12-2 3. 23-6 4. 22-6 5. 14-4

REVIEW

3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 1. 2008-09 2. 2010-11 3. 2009-10 4. 2006-07 5. 2007-08

WINNING PERCENTAGE

OPPONENTS

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 1. 1990-91 2. 1979-80 3. 1989-90 4. 1984-85 5. 1981-82

FT PCT .766 (428-559) .747 (433-580) .744 (505-679) .742 (604-814) .740 (313-423)

F 715 673 645 640 639

PLAYERS

AVG 78.9 78.4 76.7 76.2 75.9

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Rank 1. 2009-10 2. 1998-99 3. 2003-04 4. 2000-01 5. 2010-11

FOULS Rank 1. 1976-77 2. 2000-01 3. 1979-80 4. 1982-83 5. 1990-91

COACHES

SCORING AVERAGE Rank 1. 2000-01 2. 1990-91 3. 1981-82 4. 1989-90 5. 1984-85

FTA 814 746 679 675 668

GROSS COLISEUM

POINTS Rank 1. 1990-91 2. 1979-80 3. 2000-01 4. 1989-90 5. 1984-85

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank 1. 2000-01 2. 1990-91 3. 2003-04 4. 2002-03 5. 2004-05

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Most Points (FHSU): Game: ........116 vs. Stephens College (Mo.), Nov. 15, 2006 Season: . 2,821 1990-91 (36 games)

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: Game: ......... 16 vs. Northwestern Oklahoma State, Nov. 18. 2009 Season: .... 209 2008-09 (28 games)

Most Points (Both teams): Game: ....... 195 vs. Pittsburg State, Feb. 1, 1986 ........................ (PSU 101, FHSU 94) Season: 4,794 1990-91 (36 games)

Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: Game: ......... 37 vs. Kansas Wesleyan, Nov. 24, 2008 .................... 37 vs. Tabor College, Nov. 17, 2010 Season: .... 657 2008-09 (28 games)

Most Field Goals Made (Total): Game: ......... 49 vs. Southern Colorado, Dec. 11, 1981 Season: . 1,105 1990-91(36 games)

Highest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (3-Point): Season: ... .350 1995-96 (28 games, 115-of-329)

Most Field Goals Attempted (Total): Game: ......... 97 vs. Southern Colorado, Dec. 11, 1981 Season: . 2,393 1990-91 (36 games) Highest Field Goal Percentage (Total): Game: ...... .694 at Panhandle St., Nov. 15, 2004 (34-of-49) Season: ... .485 1989-90 (29 games, 918 of 1893) Most Free Throws Made: Game: ......... 34 vs. Bethany College, Nov. 23, 2002 .................... 34 vs. CU-Colorado Springs, Jan. 17, 2004 Season: .... 604 2000-01 (30 games) Most Free Throws Attempted: Game: ......... 45 at Nebraska-Kearney, Feb. 4, 2003 Season: .... 814 2000-01 (30 games) Highest Free Throw Percentage: Season: .. .747 1998-99 (27 games, 433-of-580)

Most Rebounds: Game: ......... 78 vs. Kan. Wesleyan, Feb. 25, 1981 Season: . 1,574 1990-91 (36 games) Highest Scoring Average: Season: ... 78.9 2000-01 (30 games) Highest Rebound Average: Season: ... 57.2 1977-78 (23 games) Most Victories: Season: ...... 34 1990-91 (36 games) Highest Winning Percentage: Season: ... .944 34-2, 1990-91


YEARLY LEADERS

FGM 155 92 56 159 136 122 95 143 121 213 172 135

FGA 394 207 111 292 262 222 188 271 235 382 328 264

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN 100 ATT OR TEAM-HIGH) Year Name Games 1976-77 Sheri Piersall 29 1977-78 Jeri Tacha 22 1978-79 Julie Crispin 15 1979-80 Julie Crispin 31 1980-81 Bonnie Neuberger 28 1981-82 Bonnie Neuberger 28 1982-83 Bev Musselwhite 20 1983-84 Stacey Wells 24 1984-85 Cheryl Baker 19 1985-86 Cheryl Baker 29 1986-87 Penny Fischer 32 1987-88 Annette Wiles 26

PCT .393 .444 .505 .545 .519 .550 .505 .528 .515 .558 .524 .511

HISTORY

AVG 10.9 10.1 9.7 8.6 10.9 7.9 7.2 9.6 8.5 8.4 10.0 7.7 7.5 8.0 10.1 8.1 6.6 8.2 8.0 6.7 6.5 5.7 7.1 6.3 7.1 8.4 8.1 7.6 6.9 7.5 6.6 6.6 6.7 11.0 6.8 7.0

RECORDS

Rebounds 316 233 155 274 306 221 228 231 328 245 319 215 202 232 364 227 191 230 233 188 181 160 192 176 213 226 226 212 201 209 178 178 180 308 191 176

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Games 29 23 16 32 28 28 32 24 28 29 32 28 27 29 36 28 29 28 29 28 28 28 27 28 30 27 28 28 29 28 27 27 27 28 28 25

AVG 17.0 13.1 12.8 11.9 19.3 18.5 13.2 14.4 15.1 19.2 13.6 13.0 21.6 20.6 24.4 16.6 17.9 15.7 14.1 16.6 13.6 13.5 18.0 15.8 16.2 17.7 13.9 16.0 14.1 15.6 15.9 14.2 15.9 17.0 11.2

REVIEW

Name Deb Robinson Connie Wilkens Connie Wilkens Susie Dinkel Julie Crispin Bonnie Neuberger Jody Hoffman Stacey Wells Stacey Wells Cheryl Baker Chris Biser Penny Fischer Chris Biser Chris Biser Annette Wiles LeAnne Bryant Carol Coykendall Kristin Wiebe Kristin Wiebe Melissa Nulty Melissa Nulty Megan Ryan Kelly Priest Jamie Heiman Jamie Heiman Jamie Heiman Jamie Heiman Cassie Cordell Ashlee Gustin Ashlee Gustin Ashlee Gustin Sheena Kuntzsch Sheena Kuntzsch Erica Biel Erica Biel Kara Champlin

PTS 493 300 204 370 540 517 423 346 424 558 434 365 582 598 880 464 519 439 410 464 381 377 487 442 485 478 388 448 409 438 430 383 445 475 281

OPPONENTS

FT 81 32 28 52 84 63 55 60 128 132 90 61 92 88 164 104 91 145 88 73 62 77 126 113 164 124 105 131 104 90 136 72 95 78 80

PLAYERS

FG 206 134 88 159 228 227 184 143 148 213 172 152 245 255 358 159 183 147 161 172 139 128 155 145 144 177 141 157 152 172 143 155 171 152 78

COACHES

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Games 29 23 16 31 28 28 32 24 28 29 32 28 27 29 36 28 29 28 29 28 28 28 27 28 30 27 28 28 29 28 27 27 28 28 25

GROSS COLISEUM

REBOUNDING Year 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Name Janna Choitz Connie Wilkens Connie Wilkens Julie Crispin Roberta Augustine Roberta Augustine Jody Hoffman Stacey Wells Stacey Wells Cheryl Baker Penny Fischer Penny Fischer Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Petrece Faulkner Petrece Faulkner Kristin Wiebe Kris Osthoff Mindy Lyne Mindy Lyne Shauna Porter Shauna Porter Shauna Porter Shauna Porter Selma Barbosa Jamie Heiman Cassie Cordell Ashlee Gustin Ashlee Gustin Ashlee Gustin Brianna Willhite Erica Biel Naomi Bancroft Traci Keyser

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SCORING Year 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

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

Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Kris Osthoff Kris Osthoff Kris Osthoff Kris Osthoff Crecia Reeves Megan Ryan Megan Ryan Megan Ryan Heather Wendell Kelly Priest Jamie Heiman Jamie Heiman Cassie Cordell Ashlee Gustin Ashlee Gustin Raychel Boling Brianna Willhite Erica Biel Kara McFarland Kara Champlin

27 29 36 28 29 28 29 20 28 28 27 28 30 27 28 28 29 28 27 27 28 28 25

245 255 358 75 81 174 161 98 87 128 100 61 177 156 141 157 152 172 51 155 171 50 81

449 405 582 163 163 301 294 185 141 211 196 109 349 311 295 311 263 283 105 314 309 111 161

.546 .630 .615 .460 .497 .578 .548 .530 .617 .607 .510 .560 .507 .502 .478 .505 .578 .608 .486 .494 .553 .450 .503

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN 70 ATT OR TEAM-HIGH) Year Name Games 1976-77 Janna Choitz 29 1977-78 Deb Robinson 23 1978-79 Susie Dinkel 15 1979-80 Roberta Augustine 32 1980-81 Daran Frevert 28 1981-82 Roberta Augustine 28 1982-83 Jody Hoffman 32 1983-84 Jeri Carlson 26 1984-85 Cheryl Baker 19 1985-86 Staci Hadley 30 1986-87 Kelly Wilhelm 29 1987-88 Annette Wiles 26 1988-89 Annette Wiles 27 1989-90 Annette Wiles 29 1990-91 Annette Wiles 36 1991-92 Petrece Faulkner 28 1992-93 Petrece Faulkner 29 1993-94 Kristin Wiebe 28 1994-95 Crecia Reeves 29 1995-96 Mindy Lyne 28 1996-97 Mindy Lyne 28 1997-98 Shauna Porter 28 1998-99 Shauna Porter 27 1999-00 Shauna Porter 28 2000-01 Shauna Porter 30 2001-02 Jamie Heiman 27 2002-03 Jamie Heiman 28 2003-04 Jennifer Hake 28 2004-05 Ashlee Gustin 29 2005-06 Ashlee Gustin 28 2006-07 Sheena Kuntzsch 27 2007-08 Sheena Kuntzsch 27 2008-09 Erica Biel 28 2009-10 Traci Keyser 27 2010-11 Traci Keyser 25

FTM 81 44 34 53 72 63 55 58 61 69 64 77 92 88 164 104 91 145 57 73 62 77 126 113 164 100 105 69 104 90 95 110 95 72 80

FTA 126 87 66 84 91 77 83 81 80 91 92 101 134 111 208 125 111 191 75 96 90 105 148 141 198 122 140 85 140 114 116 145 142 81 88

PCT .643 .506 .575 .631 .791 .818 .663 .716 .763 .758 .696 .762 .687 .793 .789 .832 .820 .759 .760 .760 .689 .733 .851 .801 .828 .820 .750 .812 .743 .789 .819 .759 .669 .889 .909

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT (MIN 50 ATT OR TEAM-HIGH) Year Name Games 1986-87 Sammi Wright 19 1987-88 Rhonda Cramer 28 1988-89 Kristi Leeper-Meis 27 1989-90 Kristine Werner 16 1990-91 Petrece Faulkner 36 1991-92 Petrece Faulkner 28 1992-93 Petrece Faulkner 29 1993-94 Amy Scoby 28 1994-95 Amy Scoby 29 1995-96 Mindy Lyne 28 1996-97 Mindy Lyne 28 1997-98 Maisha Prewitt 28 1998-99 Shauna Porter 27 1999-00 Shauna Porter 28 2000-01 Shauna Porter 30 2001-02 Maggie Eck 27 2002-03 Katie Rhodes 28 2003-04 Kyra Pokorny 26 2004-05 Tia Evenson 30 2005-06 Lindsey Dieterich 28 2006-07 Katie Rausch 27 2007-08 Naomi Bancroft 25 2008-09 Naomi Bancroft 28 2009-10 Audra Binford 28 2010-11 Traci Keyser 25

FGM 7 3 9 8 38 42 62 26 24 47 41 20 51 39 33 17 39 25 24 26 66 86 110 32 45

FGA 19 11 39 17 106 105 164 86 75 115 136 50 145 108 92 56 96 57 65 79 167 245 327 72 114

PCT .368 .273 .230 .471 .359 .397 .378 .302 .320 .409 .302 .400 .352 .361 .359 .304 .406 .439 .369 .329 .395 .351 .336 .444 .395


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FHSU INDIVIDUAL HONORS FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

ALL-AMERICANS NAIA 1985-86 1988-89 1989-90

ALL-CONFERENCE Central States Intercollegiate Conference 1976-77 Janna Choitz, Buhler, Kan. (1st) Deb Robinson, Mayetta, Kan. (1st) Brenda Cahoj, McDonald, Kan. (HM) Sheri Piersall, Anthony, Kan. (HM) 1977-78

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Connie Wilkens, Lorraine, Kan. (1st) Jeri Tacha, Jennings, Kan. (2nd) Sheri Piersall, Anthony, Kan. (HM) Deb Robinson, Mayetta, Kan. (HM)

1991-92

Petrece Faulkner, Byron, Ill. (1st) Lee Anne Bryant, Cimmaron, Kan. (2nd)

1992-93

Petrece Faulkner, Byron, Ill. (1st) Carol Coykendall, Norwich, Kan. (1st)

1993-94

Kris Osthoff, Kensington, Kan. (1st) Kristin Wiebe, Whitewater, Kan. (2nd) Karla House, Cunningham, Kan. (2nd)

1994-95

Kris Osthoff, Kensington, Kan. (1st) Kristin Wiebe, Whitewater, Kan. (1st)

1995-96

Mindy Lyne, Lincoln, Kan. (2nd) Melissa Nulty, Jewell, Kan. (2nd)

1996-97

Mindy Lyne, Lincoln, Kan. (All-RMAC, 1st-East) Melissa Nulty, Jewell, Kan. (2nd-East) Shelby Hayden, Emporia, Kan. (HM-East)

1997-98

Megan Ryan, Hays, Kan. (1st-East) Shelby Hayden, Emporia, Kan. (HM-East) Shauna Porter, Glen Elder, Kan. (HM-East)

1978-79

Connie Wilkens, Lorraine, Kan. (1st) Jody Elliott, Republic, Kan. (2nd) Jeri Tacha, Jennings, Kan. (HM) Julie Crispin, Tecumseh, Kan. (HM)

1979-80

Susie Dinkel, Hill City, Kan. (1st) Connie Dautel, Goodland, Kan. (HM) Julie Crispin, Tecumseh, Kan. (HM) 1998-99

1980-81

Roberta Augustine, Ellis, Kan. (1st) Daran Frevert, Wilson, Kan. (HM) Julie Crispin, Tecumseh, Kan. (HM) Bonnie Neuburger, WaKeeney, Kan. (HM)

Shauna Porter, Glen Elder, Kan. (All-RMAC, 1st-East) Kelly Priest, Sabetha, Kan. (HM-East) Jodi Rogers, Hoxie, Kan. (HM-East)

1999-00

Shauna Porter, Glen Elder, Kan. (All-RMAC, 1st-East) Kelly Priest, Sabetha, Kan. (2nd-East)

Roberta Augustine, Ellis, Kan. (1st) Bonnie Neuburger, WaKeeney, Kan. (HM)

2000-01

Shauna Porter, Glen Elder, Kan. (1st-East) Jamie Heiman, Baileyville, Kan. (2nd-East) Kelly Priest, Sabetha, Kan. (HM-East) Maisha Prewitt, Newton, Kan. (HM-East) LaTaunia Terry, Denver, Colo. (HM-East)

2001-02

Selma Barbosa, Barretos, Brazil (1st-East) Jamie Heiman, Baileyville, Kan. (2nd-East) Maggie Eck, Andale, Kan. (HM-East)

2002-03

Jamie Heiman, Baileyville, Kan. (1st-East) Shannell Watson, Baltimore, Md. (HM-East) Katie Rhodes, Lawrence, Kan. (HM-East) Allison Schrader, Hutchinson, Kan. (HM-East)

2003-04

Chris Biser, Plain, Wis. (HM) Staci (Hadley) Derstein, Mullinville, Kan. (HM) Penny Fischer, Seward, Kan. (HM)

Cassie Cordell, Little River, Colo. (2nd-East) Shannell Watson, Baltimore, Md. (2nd-East) Kim Desmond, Denver, Colo. (HM-East) Kyra Pokorny, Axtell, Kan. (HM-East)

2004-05

Penny Fischer, Seward, Kan. (1st) Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. (HM) Chris Biser, Plain, Wis. (HM)

Ashlee Gustin, Topeka, Kan. (1st-East) Jennifer Hake, Oakley, Kan. (HM-East) Crystal Harden, Tucson, Ariz. (HM-East)

2005-06

Ashlee Gustin, Topeka, Kan. (1st-RMAC) Crystal Harden, Tucson, Ariz. (2nd-East) Laura Cowan, Hope, Kan. (HM-East)

1981-82

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Cheryl Baker, Grinnell, Kan. (HM) Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. (HM) Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. (1st Team)

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 1990-91 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. (1st)

1982-83

Jody Hoffman (HM)

1983-84

Stacey Wells, Garden Plain, Kan. (1st) Terrie Sargent, Hays, Kan. (HM)

1984-85

Stacey Wells, Garden Plain, Kan. (1st) Cheryl Baker, Grinnell, Kan. (1st) Jeri Carlson, Kimball, Neb. (HM) Terrie Sargent, Hays, Kan. (HM)

1985-86

1986-87

1987-88

1988-89

Cheryl Baker, Grinnell, Kan. (1st) Staci (Hadley) Derstein, Mullinville, Kan. (HM) Lori Reeves, Dorrance, Kan. (HM) Terrie Sargent, Hays, Kan. (HM) Marilyn Smith, St. John, Kan. (HM)

Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. (1st) Chris Biser, Plain, Wis. (HM) Christy Heier, Grinnell, Kan. (HM) Julie Kizzar, Lyons, Kan. (HM)


HONORS/CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Brianna Willhite, Wichita, Kan. (HM) Sheena Kuntzsch, Scott City, Kan. (HM)

2008-09

Erica Biel, Hutchinson, Kan. (1st)

2009-10

Naomi Bancroft, Vona, Colo. (1st) Erica Biel, Hutchinson, Kan. (HM)

2010-11

Crista Bechard, Holton, Kan. (HM) Traci Keyser, Cambridge, Neb. (HM)

CSIC COACH OF THE YEAR 1979-80 Helen Miles

RMAC COACH OF THE YEAR 1993-94 Tom Mahon MIAA ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM 2008-09 Erica Biel, Hutchinson, Kan. 2010-11 Kaniesha Pettaway, Kansas City, Mo.

ADDITIONAL HONORS DISTRICT 10 PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1990-91 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan.

CSIC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1987-88 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. CSIC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1984-85 Cheryl Baker, Grinnell, Kan.

ALL-NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT 1990-91 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. (1st Team) 1990-91 Julie Kizzar, Lyons, Kan. (2nd Team) 1990-91 Petrece Faulkner, Byron, Ill. (2nd Team)

Fort Hays State All-Americans Annette Wiles

Grinnell, Kan.

Hunter, Kan.

1985-86 NAIA Honorable Mention

1988-89 NAIA Honorable Mention 1989-90 NAIA First Team

HISTORY

Cheryl Baker

RECORDS

RMAC Shootout Champions 1993

THE MIAA

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 1990-91 34-2, 12-0 RMAC 1993-94 17-11 Overall, 10-2 RMAC 1994-95 (Co-Champion) 23-6 Overall, 12-2 RMAC

REVIEW

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT MVP 1990-91 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan.

Central States Intercollegiate Conference 1977-78 17-6 Overall, 13-1 CSIC 1979-80 (Co-Champion) 20-12 Overall, 9-5 CSIC 1985-86 (Co-Champion) 18-12 Overall, 10-4 CSIC 1989-90 22-7 Overall, CSIC Unknown

OPPONENTS

CSIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1980-81 Roberta Augustine, Ellis, Kan.

Conference Champions

PLAYERS

FIRST TEAM 1983-84 Stacey Wells, Garden Plain, Kan. 1984-85 Stacey Wells, Garden Plain, Kan. 1985-86 Cheryl Baker, Grinnell, Kan. 1988-89 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. 1989-90 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan. 1990-91 Annette Wiles, Hunter, Kan.

NAIA NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 1990-91 John Klein

COACHES

ALL-NAIA DISTRICT 10

GROSS COLISEUM

2007-08

RMAC (SHOOTOUT) ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1992-93 Petrece Faulkner, Byron, Ill. Carol Coykendall, Norwich, Kan. 1993-94 Kris Osthoff, Kensington, Kan. Barb Steinlage, Centralia, Kan. 1994-95 Kris Osthoff, Kensington, Kan. Kristin Wiebe, Whitewater, Kan. 1995-96 Melissa Nulty, Jewell, Kan. 1996-97 Shelby Hayden, Emporia, Kan.

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Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association 2006-07 Ashlee Gustin, Topeka, Kan. (HM)

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HISTORY OF LETTERWINNERS

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Karlowba Adams, 1995, 1997

Maggie Eck, 2000-02

Melody Marcellus, 1982

Stacia Sands, 1990

Kami Albers, 1998

Melissa Eck, 2000

Miranda Marez, 1996

Terrie Sargent, 1982, 1984-86

Shannen Anderson, 1988

Jody Elliott, 1979

Meshia Mason, 2007-08

Ashlee Schneider, 2005-06

Roberta Augustine, 1980-82

Tia Evenson, 2005-06

Rebecca Mausbach, 2009

Allison Schrader, 2000-03

Heather McDonald, 2005-06

Kathy Schramm, 1975

B

F

Kathy Bahner, 1975

Darla Fallin, 1984

Kara McFarland, 2010-11

Kari Schwerman, 2003

Cheryl Baker, 1985-86

Jesica Farmer, 1997-98

Sue Meko, 1983

Amy Scoby, 1992-95

Cindy Baker, 1985-87

Jessica Farr, 1998

Jodi Miller, 1987-90

Trisha Shandy, 1996-97

Haley Baldwin, 1999-01

Petrece Faulkner, 1990-93

Talia Miller, 2009-11

Deb Smith, 1989-91

Naomi Bancroft, 2007-10

Penny Fischer, 1987-88

Deb Moore, 1984

Emily Smith, 1976

Selma Barbosa, 2002

Christy Fleming, 1992

Bev Musselwhite, 1983, 1985

Marilyn Smith, 1985-86

Kirsten Barrett, 1999-01

Marty Frazier, 1997

Crista Bechard, 2011

Daran Frevert, 1978-81

Brooke Beckley, 1996-98

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Kelsie Sorenson, 2010-11

Tara Nelson, 1987-88

Heide Sponsel, 1984

Bonnie Neuburger, 1980-82

Barb Steinlage, 1991-94

Alyse Bessert, 2008-09

Bea Gotschall, 1976

Lynette Nichol, 1985-87

Sara Stoecklein, 2009

Erica Biel, 2008-10

Robin Greene, 1981-83

Heather Nittler, 2002

Katie Stoltz, 2000

Lori Billinger, 1992, 1994

Ashlee Gustin, 2004-07

Melissa Nulty, 1994-1997

Sevena Straight, 1985

Tonja Nuss, 1986

Nikki Stroud, 1992

Angela Bina, 1993-95

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T

Audra Binford, 2009-10

Staci Hadley, 1986

Cindi Nuttle, 1994

Chris Biser, 1987-90

Jennifer Hake, 2002-05

Val Nuttle, 1985-86

Heather Blue, 1994-95

Crystal Harden, 2005-06

Raychel Boling, 2007-08

Chelsea Harris, 2008

Cindy O’Neill, 1982-83

Whitney Taylor, 2010-11

Kim Bradshaw, 1983-84

Shelby Hayden, 1995-98

Kristine Osthoff, 1992-95

Corinne Terry, 1981-82

Jodi Braun, 1992-94

Jamie Heiman, 2000-03

Allison Ott, 1979-80

LeAnne Bryant, 1989-92

Christy Heier, 1988-89

Tiffany Bunnell, 1992-95

Carma Hermes, 1977

LaDawn Parkinson, 1984

Debra Thiede, 1992

Shelby Hillman, 2010-11

Marci Penner, 1975

Sharity Thomas, 1982

Brenda Cahoj, 1976-77

Jodi Hitti, 1989-92

Kaniesha Pettaway, 2011

Lisa Toburen, 1991-92

Ellen Calderwood, 1984

Jody Hoffman, 1983

Joyce Pfeifer, 1976

Jenifer Tremblay, 1983

Kathy Cannon, 1976, 1978

Kammie Holmes, 1990-91

Sheri Piersall, 1977-78

Joyce Tucker, 1975

Jeri Carlson, 1982-85

Samantha Horacek, 2008

Rhys Pihl, 2011

Brenda Cervantes, 1976

Sara Hostetler, 1999

Anna Platz, 2004

Jodie VandeVenter, 1988

Kara Champlin, 2010-11

Karla House, 1993-94

Kyra Pokorny, 2001-04

Nancy VanHoozier, 1984

Janna Choitz, 1977

Cierra Houston, 2006

Shauna Porter, 1998-01

Morgan Clark, 2009

Shelly Huggans, 1996

Maisha Prewitt, 1998-01

Jody Wamsley, 1984

Cassie Cordell, 2004

Madison Huston, 2007-08

Kelly Priest, 1998-01

Shanell Watson, 2003-04

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Georgiana Corley, 1975

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Tiya Tatum, 2006

LaTaunia Terry, 1999-01 DeAnn(Wiles)Thaemert, 1990-93

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Jeri Tacha, 1977-80

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Michelle Watton, 1997

Ashley Cornett, 2008-09

Margaret Jennings, 1977-78

Sheri Rader, 1977-78

Kimber Weiser, 2010-11

Laura Cowan, 2005-06

Dani Johnson, 2009

Padgett Randall, 1983

Stacey Wells, 1984-85

Katie Rausch, 2004-07

Heather Wendell, 1999-01

Rhonda Cramer, 1986-88

Tami Karnatz, 1992-94

Crecia (Meitler) Reeves, 1995-96

Kristine Werner, 1988-90

Julie Crispin, 1978-81

Julie Kaufman, 1982-83

Lori Reeves, 1985-86

Kristi Wheeler, 1984

Julie Cronn, 1981

Chris Keller, 1975

Jill Reitz, 1975-76

Denise Whitmer, 1983-84

Traci Keyser, 2010-11

Audrey Remington, 1977

Kristin (Harms)Wiebe, 1992-95

Connie Dautel, 1979-80

Julie Kizzar, 1988-91

Katie Rhodes, 2002-05

Annette Wiles, 1988-91

Katie Deighton, 2005-06

Kayla Klug, 2007-10

Mandy Riesgo, 2004

Connie Wilkens, 1978-79

Staci Derstein, 1987

Sheena Kuntzsch, 2007-08

Amber Roadhouse, 2002-03

Brianna Willhite, 2007-08

Deb Robinson, 1977-80

Tonia Worley, 1982 Sammi Wright, 1986-87

Carol Coykendall, 1993

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Kimberly Desmond, 2003-04

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Lindsey Dieterich, 2003-06

Kristi Leeper-Meis, 1988-91

Mardy Robinson, 1995-98

Jennifer Dinkel, 1991

Kim Lohman, 1975-78

Jodi Rogers, 1996-99

Susie Dinkel, 1979-80

Angela Long, 2008

Sara Rutti, 1995

Note: The year listed is the

Jill Dreiling, 1994

Mindy Lyne, 1994-97

Megan Ryan, 1997-99

calendar year the letter was

Sandi Dreitz, 2008

actually awarded, following the

Anne Marie Duarte, 2002-03

conclusion of the season. So, the

Diane Dugan, 1987-88

listing ‘1994’ indicates the 1993-94

Janel Durler, 2011

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COACHING HISTORY/NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Lost 4 6 2 4 4 7 24 10 6 7 12 12 10 21 11 12 12 18 14 8 7 2

Years

Coach(Seasons)

1971-86

Helen Miles(15)

1986-93

1993-00

Annette Wiles(8) Tom Mahon(7)

Coach John Klein John Klein Tom Mahon Tom Mahon Tom Mahon Tom Mahon Tom Mahon Tom Mahon Tom Mahon Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Annette Wiles Tony Hobson Tony Hobson Tony Hobson 42 seasons

By Percentage

Wins Loss 217 139 136 128

154 70 89 68

Pct .585 .665 .604 .653

Years

Coach(Seasons)

1986-93

John Klein(7)

1993-00 2000-08 1971-86

Tom Mahon(7) Annette Wiles(8) Helen Miles(15)

128 136 217

70 68 89 154

Coach

1979-80

Helen Miles

20-12

1989-90

John Klein

22-7

1990-91

John Klein

34-2

1994-95

Tom Mahon

23-6

.604

1996-97

Tom Mahon

22-6

.585

2002-03

Annette Wiles

20-8

2004-05

Annette Wiles

22-8

2005-06

Annette Wiles

21-7

Pct .665 .653

39

43

.476

2008-Pres. Tony Hobson(3)

39

43

.476

1969-71

5

10

.333

1969-71

5

10

.333

Pat Duncan(2)

PCT .643 .621 .607 .793 .571 .786 .679 .519 .607 .500 .630 .714 .536 .733 .750 .519 .444 .429 .536 .462 .605

Years

2008-Pres. Tony Hobson(3) Pat Duncan(2)

Lost 10 11 11 6 12 6 9 13 11 15 10 8 13 8 7 13 15 16 13 14 434

20-Win Seasons

Wins Loss 139

Won 18 18 17 23 16 22 19 14 17 15 17 20 15 22 21 14 12 12 15 12 664

Record

Conference Championships

1990-91 NAIA National Champions

REVIEW

Coach Years Helen Miles 1978, 1980, 1986 John Klein 1990, 1991, 1993* Tom Mahon 1994, 1995 *Notes Conference Tournament Championship

OPPONENTS

2000-08

John Klein(7)

Years 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTALS

PLAYERS

By Wins

PCT .333 .333 .857 .667 .778 .692 .077 .655 .739 .667 .625 .571 .643 .344 .577 .586 .600 .438 .500 .704 .759 .944

COACHES

Won 2 3 12 8 14 17 2 19 17 14 20 15 18 11 15 17 18 14 14 19 22 34

GROSS COLISEUM

Coach Pat Duncan Pat Duncan Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles Helen Miles John Klein John Klein John Klein John Klein John Klein

FORT HAYS STATE

FHSU COACHES SEASON BY SEASON Years 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 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

1990-91: 34-2

RECORDS HISTORY

L 76-78 W 61-51 W 69-43 W 63-49 W 80-64 W 70-62 W 66-60 W 90-59 W 70-54 W 63-46 W 86-73 W 75-40 W 69-44 W 102-47 W 92-50 L 73-75 W 74-57 W 79-47 W 85-55 W 78-40 W 82-55 W 90-48 W 87-46 W 59-51 W 94-49 W 90-62 W 95-49 W 86-41 W 85-54 W 92-76 W 68-55 W 92-59 W 70-53 W 78-65 W 75-63 W 57-53

THE MIAA

1990-91 Lady Tigers: (Front Row) Tom Burkhart, DeAnn Wiles, Kammie Holmes, Leanna Bryant, Annette Wiles, Deb Smith, Jennifer Dinkel, Head Coach John Klein (Back Row) Andy Norman, Kristi Leeper-Meis, Jodi Hitti, Petrece Faulkner, Julie Kizzar, Kari Laufenburg, Lisa Toburen, Barb Steinlage.

@Denver University Southern Colorado St. Mary of the Plains @Washburn University Hastings College Central Oklahoma @Kearney State Denver University Regis College Missouri Western @Mesa State College @Western State @Colorado Mines Adams State College Fort Lewis College @Emporia State @Wayne State College @Chadron State @Adams State College @Fort Lewis College Western State College Mesa State College Colorado Mines Wayne State College Chadron State College @Regis College Kearney State @Southwestern College vs. Sterling College vs. Friends University vs.Emporia State %vs. Wisconsin-Stout %vs. Northern Montana %vs. Wayland Baptist %vs. Claflin (S.C.) !vs. Southwestern Oklahoma %NAIA National Tournament !NAIA Championship Game

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Team Adams State Abilene Christian Air Force Academy Angelo State Augustana (S.D.) Avila University Bemidji State Bethany College Bethany Nazarene Bethel College Benedictine College Bentley College Buena Vista Cameron University Carson-Newman Central Christian Central Missouri Central Oklahoma Chadron State Claflin (S.C.) College of Saint Mary (Neb.) College of the Ozarks Colorado Christian Colorado College Colorado Mines Colorado Colorado State-Pueblo Culver-Stockton CU-Colorado Springs Dakota State Dana College Delta State University Denver University Dickinson State Doane College Drury University Eastern New Mexico Emporia State Fort Lewis College Friends University Grandview College Haskell College Hastings (Neb.) Hawaii-Hilo Kansas State University Kansas University Kansas Wesleyan Lincoln Marymount College Maryville University McPherson College Mesa State Metropolitan State Midland Lutheran Minnesota State-Mankato Missouri-Kansas City Missouri Southern Missouri-St. Louis Missouri Western Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Lincoln Nebraska-Omaha Newman University New Mexico Highlands New Mexico University North Dakota Northeast Oklahoma Northern Colorado Northern Montana Northern Oklahoma JC Northern State (S.D.) Northwest Missouri State Northwestern Oklahoma State Notre Dame de Namur Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Ottawa University Panhandle State (Okla.)

Last Gm ‘05-06 ‘96-97 ‘82-83 ‘93-94 ‘91-92 ‘08-09 ‘05-06 ‘09-10 ‘80-81 ‘05-06 ‘00-01 ‘00-01 ‘80-81 ‘91-92 ‘05-06 ‘05-06 ‘10-11 ‘90-91 ‘05-06 ‘90-91 ‘04-05 ‘85-86 ‘05-06 ‘84-85 ‘09-10 ‘82-83 ‘05-06 ‘00-01 ‘05-06 ‘79-80 ‘84-85 ‘00-01 ‘97-98 ‘79-80 ‘10-11 ‘01-02 ‘93-94 ‘10-11 ‘05-06 ‘05-06 ‘76-77 ‘73-74 ‘90-91 ‘07-08 ‘75-76 ‘75-76 ‘08-09 ‘10-11 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘07-08 ‘05-06 ‘05-06 ‘89-90 ‘05-06 ‘86-87 ‘10-11 ‘95-96 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘75-76 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘05-06 ‘78-79 ‘04-05 ‘82-83 ‘03-04 ‘90-91 ‘75-76 ‘79-80 ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘07-08 ‘82-83 ‘94-95 ‘75-76 ‘79-80 ‘08-09 ‘08-09

No 24 1 1 2 1 1 2 19 1 6 8 1 1 1 1 5 13 2 35 1 3 1 24 9 36 1 18 3 10 1 1 1 6 2 3 1 1 66 17 9 1 2 9 1 13 14 8 2 20 1 10 26 27 5 1 2 36 2 39 76 1 7 11 26 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 14 16 1 1 3 3 2 1 36

W 23 0 0 1 0 0 1 16 1 6 8 0 0 1 1 5 5 1 24 1 1 1 21 9 31 0 13 2 6 1 1 0 5 2 3 0 0 26 15 6 1 2 8 1 2 7 7 2 11 1 7 14 14 0 0 0 21 2 19 41 0 4 10 20 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 6 1 0 1 0 0 1 26

L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 8 1 11 0 2 0 3 0 5 1 5 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 40 2 3 0 0 1 0 11 7 1 0 9 0 3 12 13 5 1 2 15 0 20 35 1 3 1 6 2 1 1 3 0 1 1 9 10 0 1 2 3 2 0 10

Team Peru State Philadelphia University Phillips University (Okla.) Pittsburg State Regis University Rockhurst University St. Mary of the Plains Saint Mary (Kan.) St. Mary’s (Texas) SIU-Edwardsville Simpson College South Dakota South Dakota State Southwest Baptist Southwest Oklahoma Southwestern College Stephens College (Mo.) Sterling College Tabor College Tarkio Texas A&M-Kingsville Truman State Washburn Wayland Baptist Wayne State (Neb.) Western State Westmar College West Texas State Wichita State William Penn William Woods Wisconsin-LaCrosse Wisconsin-Lutheran Wisconsin-Stout

Last Gm ‘87-88 ‘00-01 ‘87-88 ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘05-06 ‘90-91 ‘07-08 ‘06-07 ‘01-02 ‘79-80 ‘85-86 ‘76-77 ‘10-11 ‘90-91 ‘06-07 ‘06-07 ‘90-91 ‘10-11 ‘76-77 ‘06-07 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘90-91 ‘95-96 ‘05-06 ‘76-77 ‘91-92 ‘82-83 ‘80-81 ‘80-81 ‘82-83 ‘04-05 ‘90-91

No 2 1 10 41 38 6 22 2 1 1 1 1 1 10 3 5 1 8 13 1 1 11 67 1 36 25 1 1 14 1 1 1 1 1

W 2 1 0 22 22 5 10 2 1 1 1 0 1 4 3 4 1 5 13 0 1 5 26 1 26 22 0 0 9 0 0 0 1 1

L 0 0 10 19 16 1 12 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 6 41 0 10 3 1 1 5 1 1 1 0 0

W 6 5 5 3 26 2 20 19 41 5 6 22 1 4 13 0 5 26

L 0 0 8 0 40 0 16 20 35 9 10 19 0 6 0 0 6 41

W 41 31 26 26 26 26 24 23 22 22 22 21 20 20 19 16 15

L 35 5 40 41 10 10 11 1 19 16 3 3 16 6 20 3 2

FHSU Series Records vs. 2011-2012 Opponents Team Bethel College Central Christian Central Missouri Doane College Emporia State Lincoln Missouri Southern Missouri Western Nebraska-Kearney Northwest Missouri State Northwestern Oklahoma State Pittsburg State St. Mary’s (Texas) Southwest Baptist Tabor College Tarleton State Truman State Washburn

Last Gm ‘05-06 ‘05-06 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘10-11 ‘06-07 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘10-11

No 6 5 13 3 66 2 36 39 76 14 16 41 1 10 13 0 11 67

FHSU Series Most Wins vs. Opponents Team Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines Emporia State Washburn Panhandle State (Okla.) Wayne State (Neb.) Chadron State Adams State Pittsburg State Regis University Western State Colorado Christian Missouri Southern New Mexico Highlands Missouri Western Bethany College Fort Lewis College

Last Gm ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘10-11 ‘10-11 ‘08-09 ‘95-96 ‘05-06 ‘05-06 ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘05-06 ‘05-06 ‘10-11 ‘05-06 ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘05-06

No 76 36 66 67 36 36 35 24 41 38 25 24 36 26 39 19 17


SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS W 25-10 L 4-5 W 23-16

1904-05 (No Records Found) Russell Town Team No Score Ellis Town Team No Score Hays Town Team No Score Hays High School No Score Stockton Town Team No Score Plainville Town Team No Score

1906-07 (6-1) Kansas University Kansas University Russell Town Team Ellis Town Team Plainville Town Team Hays Town Team Hays Town Team

W 2-0 W 2-0 W 10-6 W 15-14 W 10-9 L 10-15 W 12-11

1909-10 (8-0) Hays High School Hays High School Russell High School Bunker Hill Town Team Bethany College Bethany College Kansas Wesleyan *State Champions

W 14-5 W 17-10 W 15-10 W 26-4 W 14-10 W 14-13 W 42-18

L 7-9 W 9-5 W 11-10 W 19-16 W 13-10 W 54-13 W 14-13 W 17-14 W 12-11 W 15-12

1974-75 (17-7) Helen Miles NW Oklahoma State L 53-66 Oklahoma State Univ. L 59-71 NW Oklahoma State W 71-66 @Kansas University L 64-70 @Emporia State W 80-61 Pittsburg State W 90-34 @Phillips University L 67-95 @Sterling College W 63-26 Kearney State W 77-65 Benedictine College W 75-40 Kansas State University L 59-67 @NW Oklahoma State L 63-76

1977-78 (17-6) Helen Miles @Phillips University L 53-88 @Panhandle State W 61-49 Univ. of New Mexico L 57-74 vs. Midland Lutheran L 75-87 Wichita State W 81-70 Missouri Southern W 89-59 Pittsburg State W 96-62 Kearney State W 66-52 Emporia State W 62-52

1980-81 (15-12) Helen Miles @Wichita State L 82-107 NW Oklahoma State L 70-80 St. Mary of the Plains W 83-65 @Southern Colorado W 100-97 @Buena Vista L 51-52 @Chadron State W 89-81 @Colorado College W 74-72 @Kearney State L 75-90 @Missouri Western L 57-72

HISTORY

1911-12 (9-1) Hays High School McCracken Town Team Hays High School Hays High School Ellis High School Ellis High School Ellis High School Russell High School McCracken Town Team Stockton Town Team *State Champions

L 9-11 L 9-12 W 10-6 W 9-8 W 11-10

RECORDS

1910-11 (3-2) Bethany College Bethany College Bethany College Bethany College Hays High School

1973-74 (14-4) Helen Miles Wichita State W 54-34 Benedictine College W 62-42 Phillips University (OK) L 24-44 Sterling College W 68-29 Haskell College W 77-25 Washburn University W 52-32 Kearney State W 69-34 @Kansas State L 39-67 Kansas University W 45-43 @Haskell College W 60-14 @Washburn University W 58-28 McPherson College W 61-31 @Kansas University W 62-46 Kansas State University L 35-65 @Benedictine College W 53-9 @Kearney State W 55-51 Phillips University (OK) L 40-67 @Wichita State W 56-29

1976-77 (19-10) Helen Miles Panhandle State W 63-51 Wichita State W 70-61 @NW Oklahoma State L 61-91 Panhandle State W 66-53 @Wichita State L 60-73 vs. Westmar College L 59-70 vs. Grandview College W 79-69 NW Oklahoma State L 55-86 @Emporia State W 76-67 @Washburn University W 70-57 @Panhandle State W 60-57 Wayne State College W 88-69 Missouri Western W 75-69 @Kearney State W 66-57 Missouri Southern W 103-81 Pittsburg State W 83-34 @Wayne State College L 50-77 @Missouri Western L 63-72 Emporia State W 88-75 Washburn University W 72-41 @St. Mary of the Plains L 68-71 @Missouri Southern L 54-66 @Pittsburg State W 97-58 Kearney State College W 67-64 @Benedictine College W 74-54 St. Mary of the Plains W 43-42 vs. South Dakota State W 82-70 vs. Tarkio L 39-85 vs. Midland Lutheran L 62-71

1979-80 (20-12) Helen Miles @Panhandle State W 59-49 vs. Simpson College W 73-61 @Midland Lutheran L 62-87 Oral Roberts L 65-73 Wichita State W 78-74 SW Oklahoma State W 82-52 @NW Oklahoma State L 68-85 vs. Dakota State(S.D.) W 87-33 vs. Dickinson State W 90-63 vs. Northern State L 71-84 St Mary of the Plains W 88-63 @Wayne State L 64-67 @Missouri Western W 69-60 Kearney State W 75-67 @Missouri Southern W 76-60 @Pittsburg State L 60-64 Wayne State W 86-57 Missouri Western W 82-67 NW Oklahoma State W 86-74 @Emporia State L 77-92 @Washburn University L 63-65 Pittsburg State L 76-79 Missouri Southern W 88-74 @Kearney State W 71-62 Emporia State W 72-59 Washburn University W 89-67 vs. Emporia State L 69-77 vs. Tabor College W 86-69 vs. Emporia State W 86-82(ot) @Missouri-St Louis W 72-65 vs. William Penn L 63-76 vs. William Woods L 77-83

THE MIAA

W 17-10 W 25-4 W 44-2 W 23-20 W 17-10

1978-79 (14-7) Helen Miles @Wichita State W 70-56 @Oral Roberts L 53-70 @University of Denver W 75-60 @Northern-Colorado W 85-63 Panhandle State W 63-55 @Univ. of New Mexico L 68-87 @SW Oklahoma State W 76-52 @Washburn University W 63-59 @Kearney State L 57-58 Missouri Western W 85-77 Wayne State W 85-61 Pittsburg State W 71-51 Missouri Southern W 65-58 @Emporia State L 64-66 @Missouri Western W 86-65 @Wayne State W 80-47 Washburn University W 67-55 Emporia State L 59-68 Kearney State W 74-67 @Pittsburg State L 77-78 @Missouri Southern L 73-81

REVIEW

1908-09 (5-0) Plainville Town Team Plainville Town Team Bunker Hill Town Team Bethany College Bethany College *State Champions

1972-73 (8-4) Helen Miles @Sterling College L 36-37 Kearney State W 53-48 Kansas University W 62-47 @Kansas State L 24-47 @Kansas University L 36-43 Kansas State W 46-43 @Wichita State W 72-33 Wichita State W 72-24 @Kearney State W 54-49 @Tabor College W 49-46 Benedictine College W 51-31 Kansas State University L 42-50

W 85-65 L 71-75 W 78-66 W 64-58 W 78-69 W 79-63 W 78-65 W 64-56 W 53-49 W 61-59 W 64-52 W 70-68 L 57-63 L 63-66

OPPONENTS

1907-08 (2-0, Record Not Final) Hays High School W 18-17 Hays High School W 29-28 Plainville High School No Score Ellis High School No Score Russell High School No Score Emporia State No Score

1975-76 (2-24) Helen Miles Kearney State L 42-51 Phillips University L 34-103 Oklahoma State Univ. L 47-100 Emporia State L 37-97 Phillips University L 49-61 St. Mary of the Plains L 32-80 NW Oklahoma State L 45-75 @Kansas State Univ. L 28-105 @Nebraska-Lincoln L 30-71 @St. Mary of the Plains L 55-60 New Mexico Highlands W 58-24 @Panhandle State L 38-61 @NW Oklahoma State L 45-80 Kansas University L 37-76 Phillips University L 45-90 Washburn University L 47-59 @Wichita State L 41-66 @Northern OK Jr. Coll. L 43-80 Kearney State W 58-53 @Phillips University L 55-118 @Oklahoma State Univ. L 58-93 Wichita State L 45-76 Kansas State Univ. L 48-85 @Kansas University L 32-72 @Washburn University L 54-64 Emporia State L 49-89

Washburn University @Wayne State @Missouri Western @Missouri Southern @Pittsburg State Wayne State Missouri Western @Emporia State @Washburn University @Kearney State vs. St. Mary (Kan.) vs. Dickinson State vs. Midland Lutheran vs. Missouri Western

PLAYERS

W 3-2 L 9-12 L 3-4 W 10-6 W 4-3

1971-72 (12-2) Helen Miles Kansas State W 48-43 Tabor College W 45-34 @Sterling College W 50-32 McPherson College W 53-37 @Kansas University L 40-56 @Washburn University W 54-30 Sterling College W 55-31 @Tabor College W 53-50 Kansas Wesleyan W 65-24 Kansas University W 53-48 @McPherson College W 54-51 @Kansas Wesleyan W 43-17 @Kansas University W 48-44 vs. Kansas State L 50-63

W 66-49 W 89-65 W 60-53 W 57-32 W 52-34 W 63-58 W 62-53 W 55-33 W 79-35 W 64-55 L 51-53 W 58-51

COACHES

1905-06 (3-2) Ellis Town Team Stockton Town Team Plainville Town Team Ellis Town Team Ellis Town Team

1970-71 (3-6) Pat Duncan Kansas State L 35-60 Washburn University L 26-38 Sterling College L 31-33 McPherson College L 36-37 Marymount College W 60-27 Marymount College W 48-24 @McPherson College L 36-47 Kansas University W 38-35 @Sterling College L 38-39

Washburn University @McPherson College @Wichita State @Pittsburg State Tabor College @Kearney State Kansas University @Washburn University @Benedictine College Emporia State Kansas University Bethany College

GROSS COLISEUM

1903-04 (No Records Found) Plainville Town Team No Score Stockton Town Team No Score Russell Town Team No Score Hays Town Team No Score Ellis Town Team No Score

1969-70 (2-4) Pat Duncan Washburn University W 34-21 Kansas University L 38-62 Bethel College W 39-23 McPherson College L 30-51 @Kansas State L 26-56 Kansas State L 26-35

FORT HAYS STATE

1902-03 (2-1) Hays High School Russell Town Team Hays Town Team

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

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@Wayne State @Panhandle State @Bethany Nazarene @Washburn University Emporia State Panhandle State @Pittsburg State @Missouri Southern @Kearney State @Washburn University @Emporia State Missouri Western Wayne State @Marymount College Pittsburg State Missouri Southern Kansas Wesleyan Pittsburg State

W 73-68 L 87-95 W 84-78 W 77-76 L 60-78 W 73-70 L 58-80 W 76-56 W 87-75 W 71-64 L 73-93 L 70-80 W 95-92 L 68-90 W 85-84 W 102-86 W 79-57 L 54-64

1981-82 (18-10) Helen Miles Marymount College W 76-66 @Bethany College W 77-67 St. Mary of the Plains W 66-60 @Marymount College W 95-71 @NW Oklahoma State L 79-85 Southern Colorado W 104-72 Colorado College W 83-53 @Southern Colorado W 76-64 @Colorado College W 54-49 Kearney State W 71-55 Washburn University L 50-54 Emporia State L 66-90 @Panhandle State W 92-74 @Missouri Southern L 68-80 @Pittsburg State W 65-62 NW Oklahoma State W 79-61 Missouri Western L 66-71(ot) Wayne State W 87-71 @Kearney State L 80-81(ot) @Emporia State L 68-85 @Washburn University W 63-51 @Wayne State L 64-70 @Missouri Western L 70-72 Panhandle State W 104-75 Pittsburg State W 90-65 Missouri Southern W 90-68 Washburn University W 72-67 @Emporia State L 87-106 1982-83 (11-21) Helen Miles @Oklahoma City L 76-87 @Oklahoma Baptist L 60-75 vs. NW Oklahoma State L 66-79 vs. NE Oklahoma State L 73-86 Bethany College W 85-72 vs. Wisconsin-LaCrosse L 63-78 vs. Regis College W 59-50 vs. NW Missouri State L 65-78 @Wichita State L 60-71 Colorado College W 75-69 @Colorado University L 37-89 @Colorado College W 68-49 @Air Force L 58-73 @Marymount College L 66-70(ot) @Missouri Western L 71-79 @Wayne State L 43-53 Emporia State L 80-84 Washburn University W 99-61 @Kearney State W 86-75 Missouri Western L 71-77 Pittsburg State L 52-69 @Washburn University L 54-75 @Emporia State L 49-89 @Panhandle State W 78-61 Wayne State W 74-64 Missouri Western L 46-93 Panhandle State L 68-78 @Pittsburg State L 55-68 @Missouri Southern W 67-64 Marymount College W 79-64 Kearney State W 67-55 Oklahoma City L 76-87

1983-84 (15-11) Helen Miles Panhandle State W 71-56 Hastings College W 76-74 @Regis College W 61-56 @Colorado College W 63-61 @Panhandle State L 71-74 @Kearney State L 53-54(ot) Colorado College W 67-61 Regis College W 46-44 @Hastings College W 60-53 @Marymount College L 49-51 @Emporia State L 76-80 @Washburn University L 56-87 @Kansas Newman W 89-41 Pittsburg State L 60-73 Missouri Southern L 77-81 Wayne State W 74-47 Missouri Western L 53-68 Kearney State W 79-62 @Missouri Southern L 77-95 @Pittsburg State W 56-50 Washburn University L 41-62 Emporia State W 81-80 @Wayne State W 79-67 @Missouri Western W 74-67 Marymount College W 68-59 @St. Mary of the Plains L 54-68 1984-85 (17-12) Helen Miles vs. Dana College W 57-43 vs. College of St. Mary W 79-71 Hastings College W 81-47 Regis College L 76-77 Colorado College W 71-59 Marymount College L 66-68 vs. St. Mary of the Plains L 68-84 @Regis College W 70-65 @Kearney State W 61-59 @Hastings College W 77-73 @Bethany College W 84-74 @Colorado College W 69-65 St. Mary of the Plains W 76-55 Missouri Southern W 69-59 Pittsburg State W 78-67 @Missouri Western L 78-83 @Wayne State L 68-77 Kansas Newman W 94-56 Emporia State L 65-73 Washburn University W 87-65 Kearney State L 84-85 Wayne State W 100-72 Missouri Western W 89-87 @Pittsburg State W 95-90(ot) @Missouri Southern L 63-84 @Marymount College L 72-78 @Washburn University L 67-80 @Emporia State L 93-95(2ot) @Friends University L 64-65 1985-86 (18-12) Helen Miles @Hastings College W 62-51 Panhandle State L 51-54 @St. Mary of the Plains L 56-65 Bethany College W 74-62 vs. South Dakota L 55-67 vs. School of the Ozarks W 74-65 Kearney State L 62-65 @Regis College L 60-66 @Panhandle State W 70-63 St. Mary of the Plains W 69-66 @NW Missouri State L 70-81 @Missouri-Kansas City L 56-87 Missouri Western W 66-55 Wayne State W 88-72 @Marymount College L 50-55 @Emporia State W 81-64 @Washburn University W 78-58 @Missouri Southern L 67-84 @Pittsburg State L 94-101 Washburn University W 88-60 Emporia State W 97-81 Marymount College W 76-72 @Wayne State W 89-79

@Missouri Western @Kearney State Pittsburg State Missouri Southern Emporia State Marymount College @St. Mary of the Plains

W 70-69(ot) L 78-90(ot) W 83-71 W 79-76 W 78-71 W 75-69 L 72-74(ot)

1986-87 (14-18) John Klein Missouri-Kansas City L 57-72 vs. Peru State W 60-51 vs. College of St. Mary L 58-65 vs. Kearney State L 59-65 @Hastings College W 57-48 St. Mary of the Plains L 73-77(ot) Panhandle State L 54-62 Friends University L 58-60 Regis College W 71-69(ot) NW Missouri State L 65-82 @Bethany College W 55-50 vs. Western State L 59-67 vs. Kansas Newman W 74-48 @St. Mary of the Plains L 49-71 @Phillips University L 66-69 Hastings College W 72-70 Emporia State L 58-79 Washburn University L 66-75 @Panhandle State L 57-64 @Pittsburg State W 74-73 @Missouri Southern L 56-66 Marymount College W 60-56 @Missouri Western L 38-73 @Wayne State W 65-56 Missouri Southern W 74-60 Pittsburg State W 95-44 @Marymount College L 52-62 @Washburn University L 52-79 @Emporia State W 78-73 Kearney State L 60-69 Wayne State College W 80-77 Missouri Western W 70-55 1987-88 (14-14) John Klein @Friends University L 62-79 Kearney State College W 69-58 @St. Mary of the Plains L 67-69 Phillips University L 63-78 Bethany College L 70-79 @Kearney State W 70-57 College of St. Mary W 72-54 Doane College W 76-70 vs. Maryville University W 82-45 vs. Washburn University L 56-58 St. Mary of the Plains L 50-52(ot) @Marymount College W 80-70 @Wayne State College W 63-62 @Missouri Western L 56-68 Washburn University L 57-73 Emporia State L 84-85(4ot) @Rockhurst College L 65-90 Pittsburg State L 64-80 Missouri Southern W 63-53 @Emporia State L 62-70 @Washburn University L 50-55 Missouri Western W 66-59 Wayne State W 66-59 Marymount College W 77-71 @Missouri Southern W 61-59 @Pittsburg State W 74-71(ot) @Peru State W 74-67 @Washburn University L 46-75 1988-89 (19-8) John Klein Friends University W 63-53 @Bethany College W 73-67 @St. Mary of the Plains L 61-64 Bethel College W 85-49 @Kearney State W 65-51 Marymount College L 57-60 Kansas Newman W 74-45 St. Mary of the Plains W 64-56 @Kansas Newman W 66-50 Kearney State W 74-48

Missouri Southern W 71-65 Pittsburg State W 78-44 @Marymount College L 64-68 @Missouri Western L 60-68 @Wayne State W 81-72 Emporia State W 63-59 Washburn University L 74-84(2ot) @Regis College W 68-61 Wayne State W 90-68 Missouri Western W 70-68 @Pittsburg State W 84-62 @Missouri Southern L 68-70 Metropolitan State W 90-66 @Washburn University L 44-54 @Emporia State W 82-71 Friends University W 68-45 @Washburn University L 59-69 1989-90 (22-7) John Klein @Central Oklahoma L 69-81 @Friends University W 68-57 Bethany College W 73-70 St. Mary of the Plains W 78-65 @Midland Lutheran L 72-78 Denver University W 79-59 Regis College W 80-73 Southwestern College W 89-47 Washburn University W 69-67 Southern Colorado W 89-57 @Regis College L 59-75 @Metropolitan State W 76-66 @Southern Colorado L 62-68 @Wayne State College W 78-70 Panhandle State W 89-47 @Hastings College L 59-62 @Panhandle State W 74-53 Kearney State W 89-70 Emporia State W 78-70 Kansas Newman W 78-56 @Kearney State L 55-59 Tabor College W 78-43 Benedictine College W 90-43 @Kansas Newman W 96-65 Wayne State College W 89-63 @Bethel College W 79-39 @Emporia State W 78-67 Bethany College W 84-44 Washburn University L 52-74 1990-91 (34-2) John Klein NAIA National Champions @Denver University L 76-78 Southern Colorado W 61-51 St. Mary of the Plains W 69-43 @Washburn University W 63-49 Hastings College W 80-64 Central Oklahoma W 70-62 @Kearney State W 66-60 Denver University W 90-59 Regis College W 70-54 Missouri Western W 63-46 @Mesa State College W 86-73 @Western State W 75-40 @Colorado Mines W 69-44 Adams State College W 102-47 Fort Lewis College W 92-50 @Emporia State L 73-75 @Wayne State College W 74-57 @Chadron State W 79-47 @Adams State College W 85-55 @Fort Lewis College W 78-40 Western State College W 82-55 Mesa State College W 90-48 Colorado Mines W 87-46 Wayne State College W 59-51 Chadron State College W 94-49 @Regis College W 90-62 Kearney State W 95-49 @Southwestern College W 86-41 vs. Sterling College W 85-54 vs. Friends University W 92-76 vs.Emporia State W 68-55


SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

THE MIAA RECORDS HISTORY

2001-02 (17-10) Annette Wiles vs. Drury University L 48-64 vs. SIU-Edwardsville W 68-49 Bethel College W 83-53 Central Christian W 79-36 @Emporia State L 42-52 Southern Colorado W 78-70 CU-Colorado Springs L 61-71 @NM Highlands W 65-58 @Fort Lewis College L 64-67 Mesa State College L 51-60 Western State College W 74-49 @Adams State W 59-44 @Colorado Christian W 71-68 @Regis University L 71-79 Nebraska-Kearney L 35-59 @Metro State College L 63-90 Panhandle State W 91-44 Chadron State College W 85-58 Colorado Mines W 67-61 @Panhandle State W 78-52

REVIEW

1996-97 (22-6) Tom Mahon Culver Stockton W 67-51 vs. Abilene Christian L 64-70 @Central Missouri W 59-54 Kansas Wesleyan W 82-48 @Western State L 64-71

1998-99 (14-13) Tom Mahon Culver Stockton L 70-78 Emporia State W 87-74 @Northern Colorado L 72-81 Pittsburg State L 60-74 vs. Truman State L 73-86 @Washburn University L 52-69 Colorado Mines W 72-52 Metro State L 53-71 @Nebraska-Kearney L 70-103 Colorado Christian W 76-62 @Chadron State W 85-66 @Regis University W 73-52 McPherson College W 103-40 Adams State W 80-45 New Mexico HIghlands W 88-60 @Western State W 57-37 @Mesa State L 70-83 Fort Lewis W 80-48 @CU-Colorado Springs L 62-70 @Southern Colorado L 71-72 @Colorado Mines W 88-76 @Metro State L 83-84 Nebraska-Kearney W 77-67 @Colorado Christian L 64-67 Chadron State W 82-68 Regis University W 75-73 @Metro State L 65-80

2000-01 (15-15) Annette Wiles vs. Philadelphia University W 95-82 vs. Delta State University L 68-92 vs. Bentley College L 61-85 Culver Stockon W 84-46 Benedictine College W 96-63 Tabor College W 104-63 @Washburn University L 71-82 Emporia State L 65-80 @CU-Colorado Springs L 71-77 @Southern Colorado W 94-59 Newman University W 76-60 New Mexico Highlands W 87-70 Fort Lewis W 87-40 @Mesa State L 75-77 @Western State L 80-81 Adams State W 72-63 @Panhandle State L 67-69 Regis University W 84-72 Colorado Christian W 94-79 @Nebraska-Kearney L 52-86 Metro State W 85-81 @Colorado Mines L 71-73 @Chadron State L 83-88 @Regis University L 67-78 @Colorado Christian W 79-59 Nebraska-Kearney L 74-86 @Metro State W 73-70 Colorado Mines W 92-76 Chadron State L 82-89 @Nebraska-Kearney L 78-97

OPPONENTS

1995-96 (16-12) Tom Mahon Emporia State W 83-78 Washburn University L 54-63 vs. Missouri-St. Louis W 70-65 @Central Missouri L 50-65 Fort Lewis W 83-62 Adams State W 72-55 @Colorado Mines L 60-66 @Chadron State W 70-63 @Emporia State W 70-67 @Washburn University L 51-73 @Regis University L 55-70 Western State W 82-69 Mesa State W 89-77 @Nebraska-Kearney L 55-71 @Wayne State L 72-84 NM Highlands W 87-65 @Fort Lewis W 66-54 @Adams State W 74-51 Bethany College L 77-78(ot) Nebraska-Kearney L 56-75 Colorado Mines W 80-74(ot) Chadron State W 85-74 Kansas Wesleyan W 95-58 @NM Highlands L 65-76 @Western State W 59-55 @Mesa State L 58-62 Western State W 87-58 vs. Mesa State L 51-66

1997-98 (19-9) Tom Mahon @Emporia State L 60-85 Bethany College W 80-71 @Nebraska-Omaha L 75-77 vs. Bemidji State W 65-54 Western State W 79-48 Mesa State W 85-82(ot) Washburn University L 61-75 @NM Highlands W 77-66 Tabor College W 65-42 CU-Colorado Springs W 91-45 Southern Colorado W 77-65 @Adams State W 80-75 @Fort Lewis W 82-60 Colorado Mines W 80-61 Metro State L 68-83 Nebraska-Kearney W 66-65 @Chadron State L 64-68 @Denver University W 77-65 @Colorado Christian L 62-81 @Regis University W 70-55 @Nebraska-Kearney L 70-94 Chadron State W 77-49 @Colorado Mines W 78-69 @Metro State L 62-75 Colorado Christian W 86-78 Regis University W 80-64 NM Highlands W 83-68 @Metro State L 50-77

1999-00 (17-11) Tom Mahon Bethany College W 84-69 Washburn University L 64-78 Northern Colorado L 61-71 Tabor College W 96-46 @Emporia State L 48-98 @Pittsburg State L 53-69 @Colorado Mines L 59-71 @Metro State L 73-77 Chadron State W 82-71 Regis University W 82-75 Nebraska-Kearney W 75-57 @Colorado Christian W 87-64 @Adams State W 70-57 @NM Highlands L 76-87 Western State W 70-66 Mesa State W 64-60 Panhandle State W 87-85 @Fort Lewis W 76-66 CU-Colorado Springs W 77-50 Southern Colorado W 85-59 Colorado Mines W 74-57 Metro State W 72-64 @Nebraska-Kearney L 51-84 Colorado Christian W 77-64 @Chadron State L 53-75 @Regis University L 63-76 NM Highlands W 88-75 vs. Nebraska-Kearney L 68-89

PLAYERS

1993-94 (17-11) Tom Mahon Emporia State L 59-65 Angelo State W 68-62 @Washburn University W 89-88(ot) vs. Central Missouri L 91-98(2ot) vs. Eastern New Mexico L 73-88 vs. Colorado Mines W 76-53 vs. Missouri Western L 68-69 Washburn Univ. L 59-82 Colorado Christian W 64-48 @Emporia State L 67-79 Bethel College W 93-57 @Angelo State L 69-91 @Chadron State L 56-65 @Colorado Mines W 66-53

1994-95 (23-6) Tom Mahon Emporia State L 72-78 Washburn University L 56-70 Wayne State College W 66-53 Oklahoma City W 66-50 Kansas Wesleyan W 73-47 @Washburn University W 67-62 @Metro State College W 60-59 @Emporia State W 79-71 Regis University W 68-48 Metro State College W 69-57 NM Highlands W 93-54 @Nebraska-Kearney L 53-65 Colorado Mines W 86-58 Chadron State W 77-67 @Western State W 95-51 @Mesa State L 77-96 Fort Lewis W 80-60 Adams State W 98-66 Western State W 90-67 Mesa State W 80-71 @Colorado Mines W 79-62 @Chadron State L 57-73 @Fort Lewis W 71-56 @Adams State W 71-54 Nebraska-Kearney W 65-55 @NM Highlands W 83-75 Adams State W 87-38 vs. Mesa State W 82-66 vs. Chadron State L 80-81(2ot)

@Mesa State W 76-65 NM Highlands W 84-63 @UC-Colorado Springs W 65-54 @Southern Colorado W 79-60 Adams State W 68-43 Fort Lewis W 60-41 @Colorado Mines W 66-53 @Metro State L 50-60 @Nebraska-Kearney L 52-66 Denver University W 77-49 Chadron State W 72-54 Rockhurst College W 62-58 Colorado Christian W 68-45 Regis University W 67-47 Nebraska-Kearney W 66-65(ot) @Chadron State W 71-61 Colorado Mines W 61-46 Metro State W 60-56 Bethany College W 67-51 @Colorado Christian L 68-74 @Regis University W 78-53 @Metro State W 60-57 vs. Mesa State L 60-72

COACHES

1992-93 (18-11) John Klein Emporia State W 74-64 Washburn University L 61-65 @Washburn University L 34-71 vs. NW Missouri State W 80-69 Tabor College W 74-60 Friends University W 77-55 @Colorado Christian W 67-46 @Regis University L 68-74 @Emporia State W 79-66 Bethany College W 58-30 @Wayne State College L 59-76 Wayne State College L 67-72 @Nebraska-Kearney L 66-81 Chadron State College W 69-66 Colorado Mines W 91-55 Western State College W 89-39 Mesa State College L 59-69 @New Mexico Highlands L 55-61 @Adams State College W 80-70 Nebraska-Kearney L 62-63 @Western State W 88-51 @Mesa State College L 53-58 New Mexico Highlands W 63-54 Adams State W 76-62 @Colorado Mines W 92-49 @Chadron State L 64-72 vs. Adams State W 58-51 vs. Chadron State W 78-76 vs. NM Highlands W 68-62

W 65-60 W 73-55 W 74-64 W 79-72 W 84-79 W 79-57 W 55-50 W 71-66 W 65-54 L 62-64 W 80-52 L 50-63 W 74-72 L 67-83

GROSS COLISEUM

1991-92 (18-10) John Klein Fort Lewis College W 66-47 Western State W 76-51 New Mexico Highlands W 62-31 Washburn University L 75-83(ot) Cameron University W 67-47 Emporia State W 76-6 vs. Augustana(SD) L 50-91 vs. Colorado Christian W 65-52 @Nebraska-Kearney L 73-78 @Washburn University L 75-90 @Emporia State L 60-90 Colorado Christian W 55-54 @Chadron State College L 67-68 Colorado Mines W 84-47 @Western State W 63-61 @Mesa State College L 44-56 New Mexico Highlands W 69-64 Adams State College W 65-57 @Wayne State College W 64-63 Western State College W 60-46 Mesa State College W 77-58 Wayne State College L 58-85 @New Mexico Highlands L 75-81 @Adams State College W 65-63 @Colorado Mines W 72-53 Chadron State College W 65-60 Nebraska-Kearney W 60-54 @West Texas State L 51-90

Mesa State Western State @NM Highlands @Adams State @Mesa State @Western State Nebraska-Kearney Chadron State Colorado Mines NM Highlands Adams State @Nebraska-Kearney vs. Mesa State vs. NM Highlands

FORT HAYS STATE

%vs. Wisconsin-Stout W 92-59 %vs. Northern Montana W 70-53 %vs. Wayland Baptist W 78-65 %vs. Claflin (S.C.) W 75-63 %vs. Southwestern Oklahoma W 57-53 %NAIA National Tournament

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Colorado Christian Regis University @Nebraska-Kearney Metro State College @Chadron State @Colorado Mines @Regis University

W 83-64 W 69-66 L 47-72 W 69-64 W 66-57 W 74-67(ot) L 70-78

2002-03 (20-8) Annette Wiles Tabor College W 68-56 Bethany College L 64-76 Central Christian W 74-44 Emporia State W 65-62 Mesa State College W 75-68 @NM Highlands W 53-48 @Southern Colorado L 55-65(ot) NW Oklahoma State W 76-54 Fort Lewis W 56-51 Adams State W 73-44 @Panhandle State W 64-48 @Western State W 48-37 @CU-Colorado Springs L 60-64 @Chadron State W 55-50 @Metro State L 62-76 @Rockhurst W 90-83 Colorado Mines W 67-56 Colorado Christian W 69-47 @Nebraska-Kearney L 70-86 Regis University W 82-74 Panhandle State W 78-41 @Colorado Mines W 56-47 @Colorado Christian W 65-53 Nebraska-Kearney L 58-79 @Regis University L 72-89 Metro State W 76-66 Chadron State W 63-52 vs. Southern Colorado L 72-89 2003-04 (15-13) Annette Wiles Southwestern College L 70-88 Central Christian W 103-44 Panhandle State W 94-51 @Emporia State L 66-84 @Mesa State L 66-83 NM Highlands W 76-45 CSU-Pueblo W 87-73 NW Oklahoma State W 62-43 @Fort Lewis L 64-84 @Adams State L 59-66 Western State College W 81-52 CU-Colorado Springs W 74-61 Chadron State W 79-72 Metro State W 81-64 @Northern Colorado L 63-76 Rockhurst W 80-57 @Colorado Mines L 48-62 @Colorado Christian W 79-72(ot) Nebraska-Kearney W 76-69 @Regis University L 48-79 @Panhandle State W 89-63 Colorado Mines W 66-55 Colorado Christian W 80-54 @Nebraska-Kearney L 86-100 Regis University L 61-70 @Metro State L 50-68 @Chadron State L 79-84 vs.Nebraska-Kearney L 68-93 2004-05 (22-8) Annette Wiles @Panhandle State W 93-53 McPherson College W 90-53 Tabor College W 70-53 vs. Wisconsin-Lutheran W 62-46 vs. College of St. Mary L 55-65 Panhandle State W 73-43 CU-Colorado Springs W 68-49 NM Highlands W 62-53(ot) @CSU-Pueblo W 70-61 Mesa State L 62-70 Western State W 74-66 @Adams State W 63-53

@Fort Lewis W 76-73 @Chadron State W 91-81(ot) Nebraska-Kearney W 66-52 @Rockhurst W 75-64 Colorado Christian W 64-38 Colorado Mines W 54-43 Central Christian W 106-40 @Regis University L 57-76 @Metro State L 55-73 @Colorado Mines L 56-68 @Colorado Christian W 73-51 Metro State W 59-58 Regis University W 55-45 Chadron State L 69-70 @Nebraska-Kearney W 82-76 Colorado Mines W 81-53 vs. Regis University L 58-78 @North Dakota* L 56-87 *NCAA II North Central Regional 2005-06 (21-7) Annette Wiles Southwestern College W 67-51 Friends University W 74-40 Bethel College W 88-36 vs. Minn. St.-Mankato L 63-66 vs. Bemidji State L 74-77(ot) Central Christian W 80-40 @NM Highlands W 75-29 @UC-Colorado Springs W 66-53 CSU-Pueblo W 59-56 vs. Carson-Newman W 71-66 @Western State W 69-51 @Mesa State W 73-59 Fort Lewis W 74-70 Adams State W 68-39 Chadron State W 71-48 @Nebraska-Kearney L 69-82 Rockhurst W 79-77 @Colorado Mines W 52-39 @Colorado Christian W 67-41 Metro State W 73-59 Regis University L 63-69 Colorado Christian W 91-43 Colorado Mines W 66-57 @Regis University L 77-88 @Metro State L 60-68 @Chadron State W 76-63 Nebraska-Kearney W 60-52 CSU-Pueblo L 55-69 2006-07 (14-13) Annette Wiles Stephens College (Mo.) W 116-28 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville W 77-64 @St. Mary’s (Texas) W 70-66 Southwestern College W 69-45 Bethany College W 58-45 Nebraska-Kearney W 81-69 Newman University W 86-52 @Emporia State L 58-89 Panhandle State W 71-50 NW Missouri State L 62-70 @Truman State W 69-65 Southwest Baptist L 85-86 @Washburn L 34-78 Missouri Western L 62-74 @Central Missouri L 54-73 @Missouri Southern W 86-69

@Pittsburg State Emporia State Pittsburg State Missouri Southern Central Missouri @Missouri Western @Southwest Baptist @Panhandle State Truman State Washburn @NW Missouri State

L 62-68 (ot) L 60-89 W 81-70(ot) L 61-70 W 84-73 L 66-83 L 54-71 W 66-62 W 79-63 L 48-68 L 77-94

2007-08 (12-15) Annette Wiles Kansas Wesleyan W 79-67 Panhandle State L 58-66 Colorado Mines W 57-56 @Nebraska-Kearney L 54-70 @Panhandle State L 60-66(ot) McPherson College W 73-45 vs. Hawaii Hilo W 85-71 vs. Notre Dame de Namur W 50-44 Saint Mary (Kan.) W 78-57 Emporia State L 62-68 @NW Missouri State L 50-67 Truman State W 91-72 @Southwest Baptist L 67-81 Washburn L 53-70 @Missouri Western L 66-88 Central Missouri L 62-74 Missouri Southern W 70-59 Pittsburg State W 74-67 @Emporia State L 64-77 @Pittsburg State L 60-62 @Missouri Southern L 75-76 @Central Missouri L 63-73 Missouri Western W 81-79 Southwest Baptist W 74-60 @Truman State L 61-67 @Washburn L 60-64 NW Missouri State W 65-59 2008-09 (12-16) Tony Hobson vs Tabor College W 78-63 vs Avila University L 66-71 Bethany College W 88-53 Nebraska-Kearney L 54-55 Kansas Wesleyan L 68-74 Ottawa University W 104-56 Panhandle State W 74-52 Nebraska-Omaha W 87-70 Missouri Western W 73-61 @NW Missouri State L 50-55 @Washburn L 58-77 Truman W 71-46 Central Missouri W 79-60 @Southwest Baptist L 63-65 @Missouri Southern L 54-62 Pittsburg State L 60-71 Emporia State L 51-90 @Nebraska-Omaha L 60-69 NW Missouri State W 75-60 @Missouri Western L 55-62 Washburn L 60-83 @Truman L 54-59 @Central Missouri L 67-72 Southwest Baptist W 74-62 Missouri Southern W 69-66

@Pittsburg State @Emporia State vs Washburn

W 83-64 L 68-73 L 49-73

2009-10 (15-13) Tony Hobson Bethany College W 104-56 NW Oklahoma State W 89-33 @Nebraska-Kearney W 55-50 @Colorado Mines W 56-47 vs. Regis W 60-51 Newman W 88-57 @Nebraska-Omaha L 62-68 NW Missouri State W 76-66 Missouri Western W 75-61 Doane College W 68-62 Washburn L 47-57 @Truman W 67-70 @Central Missouri W 71-64 Southwest Baptist W 90-64 Missouri Southern W 73-68 @Pittsburg State L 65-71 @Emporia State L 67-88 Nebraska-Omaha W 76-66 @NW Missouri State L 54-75 @Missouri Western W 66-52 @Washburn L 45-50 Truman L 61-63 Central Missouri L 63-65 @Southwest Baptist L 53-66 @Missouri Southern L 53-91 Pittsburg State L 74-78 Emporia State L 80-87 vs. Emporia State L 66-72 2010-11 (12-14) Tony Hobson Doane College W 77-47 Tabor College W 81-58 Nebraska-Kearney W 86-64 @Newman L 52-66 Lincoln W 62-39 Nebraska-Omaha W 76-70 @Washburn L 42-71 @Missouri Western L 58-76 @NW Missouri State L 65-71 Truman L 45-54 Central Missouri W 70-58 @Southwest Baptist L 55-69 @Missouri Southern L 57-59 (ot) Pittsburg State L 42-53 Emporia State L 57-67 @Lincoln W 64-60 (ot) @Nebraska-Omaha W 75-70 (ot) NW Missouri State W 84-78 Missouri Western W 71-68 Washburn W 68-59 @Truman L 53-65 @Central Missouri L 63-80 Southwest Baptist W 78-58 Missouri Southern L 53-62 @Pittsburg State L 56-70 @Emporia State L 42-54

FHSU MILESTONE VICTORIES Win # 100 200 300 400 500 600

Date 1-12-79 1-29-85 12-17-90 2-28-95 1-20-01 11-15-06

Site Topeka, Kan. Hays Hays Hays Hays Hays

Coach Helen Miles Helen Miles John Klein Tom Mahon Annette Wiles Annette Wiles

Score 63-59 94-56 63-46 87-38 94-79 116-28

Opponent Washburn Newman Missouri Western Adams State Colorado Christian Stephens College (Mo.)


MEDIA INFORMATION The 2011 Fort Hays State University Women’s Basketball Media Guide is intended to provide information for broadcasters, writers, sports editors, sports information personnel and fans that follow the Lady Tigers. Material in the guide is current as of November 1, 2011. Additional information is available through the Fort Hays State Sports Information Office and through releases available to accredited media outlets. Additional releases and information can be found on the Fort Hays State University Athletics Website... www.fhsuathletics.com. FHSU Sports Information Office The Fort Hays State University Sports Information Office is located in room 138H of Cunningham Hall on the campus of Fort Hays State University. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Contact by phone at (785) 628-5903, by fax at (785) 6285800, or by e-mail at daself@fhsu.edu. Media Credentials Media credentials are available to personnel from accredited media outlets by contacting Doug Self, FHSU Sports Information Graduate Assistant, at (785) 628-5800. Credentials are available at Gate 1 of Gross Memorial Coliseum. Space is limited and reserved on a game-by-game basis. Requests for credentials should be made at least one week prior to the match date. Interview Requests Interview requests with coaches and players must be channeled through Doug Self or Ryan Prickett, FHSU Sports Information Director. Postgame interviews with head coach Tony Hobson and selected players will be conducted following a 15-minute cooling off period outside of the Tiger Basketball Locker Room. Game Services Programs and the latest statistical information will be available in the media room prior to all contests. Printed statistics will be available to coaches and the media at the end of each half. Statistical booklets and play-by-play will be distributed to the media approximately 20 minutes following each home game. Internet for Media Members Wireless internet access is available to members of the media in Gross Memorial Coliseum. Please use the “TigerNetGuest” wireless connection. No password is required.

Tigers on the Internet For up-to-the-minute coverage of the Tigers, go to the official website www.fhsuathletics.com, for results, stories, stats, schedules, and all things related to FHSU Athletics. Radio Stations One courtesy line will be made available to the official radio station of each visiting team. Additional stations wishing to broadcast must contact Doug Self or Ryan Prickett for possible arrangements.

Tigers On The Radio All Fort Hays State University football and men’s and women’s basketball games are broadcast on KJLS 103.3 FM (Tiger Radio, Mix 103), which services approximately 20 counties over an 80 mile radius of Hays in west central Kansas. Those outside the listening area can access streaming audio online at www.tigersports.net. Gerard Wellbrock is the play-by-play voice of the Fort Gerard Hays State Tigers. Wellbrock served as the color analyst Wellbrock for Tiger games from 1992-1998. He has been with Eagle Radio since the fall of 1992 and has won nearly every top honor in the state for sportscasting and play-by-play. The list of awards and honors includes: three Oscar Stauffer Awards from the Kansas State High School Activities Association as Sportscaster of the Year; the Kansas Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Sportscaster of the Year and first-place awards for Play-by-play and Complete Sportscast from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. The FHSU Alumni Association honored him as a Young Alumni award recipient in 2004. Joining Wellbrock on the Tiger Radio team are Callie Kolacny, Dustin Armbruster, and Cole Reif.

FORT HAYS STATE SPORTS INFORMATION Ryan Prickett - Sports Information Director Ryan Prickett is in his seventh year as Sports Information Director at Fort Hays State University. Prickett became the sports information director in June of 2005. He is the head media contact for all of Fort Hays State’s 18 intercollegiate athletic programs. Prickett has been involved in Fort Hays State’s sports information department for 13 years as a student assistant, graduate assistant, and now head director. He worked under former Fort Hays State Sports Information Directors Jack Kuestermeyer, Steve Webster and Jason McCullough. Prickett is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). He is responsible for writing, editing and designing all of Fort Hays State University’s athletic publications. Prickett provided the concept to website host SIDEARM Sports for the new and improved look of Fort Hays State’s athletic website, www.fhsuathletics.com, in 2010. He is head of all statistical operations for each Tiger athletic program. Prickett has also served as the head media contact for Kansas State High School Activities Association State Championships hosted in Hays for football, volleyball, wrestling, and boys and girls basketball. Prickett has gained national recognition by CoSIDA for his publications at Fort Hays State. He has garnered top 10 national finishes for media guides in football, volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball. Most recently, he garnered two citations for excellence in publications for the 2008-09 season with the women’s basketball media guide finishing third and the men’s basketball media guide finishing fourth in the nation. A native of Salina, Kan., Prickett earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education in 2003 and a master’s degree in Sports Administration in 2005 from Fort Hays State University. Prickett and his wife, Stacy, currently reside in Hays.

Doug Self - Sports Information Graduate Assistant Doug Self is in his second year as a sports information graduate assistant at Fort Hays State University. He will serve as the primary contact for the FHSU volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s tennis teams this season. Self is in his third year overall with the department after serving as an intern the year prior to becoming a graduate assistant. He is the secondary media contact for all other Tiger athletic programs. He is involved in maintenance of the athletic website, media guide production, and statistical operations for all the Tiger athletic programs. Self came to Fort Hays State after spending two years at Highland Community College as a member of the track team and one year at the University of Kansas. Self, a Valley Falls, Kan. native, graduated in May 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Recreation and Sports Management from Fort Hays State and is working towards a master’s degree in Sports Administration.

Covering The Tigers

Tim Hanson - Sports Information Graduate Assistant Tim Hanson is in his first year as a Sports Information Graduate Assistant at Fort Hays State. Hanson will serve as the contact for men’s and women’s soccer, cross country and wrestling for the Tigers. Prior to FHSU, Hanson was a sports information intern at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Mich., where he served as the primary contact for hockey and baseball, while also covering men’s lacrosse during their Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) National Championship run. Before his time at DU, Hanson served as a public relations intern for the Dow Corning Tennis Classic, a United States Tennis Association (USTA) pro circuit event in Midland, Mich. Hanson is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Management. During his time at CMU, Hanson served as the Arts & Entertainment editor for Grand Central Magazine, an online student publication, and worked previously as a sports reporter for the magazine. A native of Greenville, Mich., Hanson is currently working towards a master’s degree in Sport Administration at FHSU.

PRINT MEDIA Hays Daily News Salina Journal Wichita Eagle Hutchinson News Topeka Capital Journal University Leader

WEB SITE hdnews.net salina.com kansas.com hutchnews.com cjonline.com fhsu.edu/leader

CONTACT Randy Gonzales Bob Davidson Tony Adame Gene Schinzel Ken Corbitt Writer

PHONE (785) 628-1081 (785) 823-6363 (316) 268-6278 (620) 694-5742 (785) 295-1123 (785) 628-5301

FAX ADDRESS (785) 628-8186 507 Main Street, Hays, KS. 67601 (785) 827-6060 P.O. Box 740, Salina, KS 67402 (316) 268-6536 825 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67201 (620) 662-4186 P.O. Box 190, Hutchinson, KS 67504 (785) 295-1230 616 Jefferson, Topeka, KS 66607 (785) 628-4004 600 Park Street, Hays, KS 67601

RADIO STATIONS KJLS 103.3 FM KAYS 1400 AM

WEB SITE tigersports.net kaysradio.com

CONTACT Gerard Wellbrock Gerard Wellbrock

PHONE (785) 625-2578 (785) 625-2578

FAX (785) 628-1822 (785) 628-1822

TELEVISION STATIONS KBSH-10 (CBS) KSNW-2 (NBC) KAKE-11 (ABC)

WEB SITE www.kwch.com www.ksn.com www.ksn.com

CONTACT Heather Williams Jamison Coyle Chris Frye

PHONE (785) 650-9530 (316) 265-3333 (316) 943-4221

FAX ADDRESS NA 2300 Hall Street, Hays, KS 67601 (316) 292-1195 833 N Main St., Wichita, KS 67203 (316) 943-5374 1500 N. West Street, Wichita, KS 67203

WIRE SERVICES Associated Press

WEB SITE www.ap.com

CONTACT Steve Brisendine

PHONE (800) 852-4844

FAX ADDRESS (816) 421-3590 215 West Pershing, K.C, MO 64108

ADDRESS 2300 Hall Street, Hays, KS 67601 2300 Hall Street, Hays, KS 67601


FHSU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2011-12 SCHEDULE DATE Nov.. 9

DAY Wed

12 13 16 18 19 26 30 Dec. 7 10 13 17 30 Jan. 2 4 7 9 14 18 21 28 30 Feb. 4 8 11 16 18 22 25 March 1-4 TBA TBA

Sat Sun WED FRI SAT SAT Wed WED SAT Tue SAT FRI Mon Wed SAT MON Sat Wed SAT Sat Mon Sat WED SAT Thur Sat WED SAT

OPPONENT at Oklahoma State (Exhibition) St. Mary’s Classic at St. Mary’s (Texas) vs. Tarleton State TABOR COLLEGE CENTRAL CHRISTIAN (KAN.) NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE BETHEL COLLEGE at Lincoln* WASHBURN* MISSOURI WESTERN* at Nebraska-Kearney NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE* DOANE COLLEGE at Truman* at Central Missouri* SOUTHWEST BAPTIST* MISSOURI SOUTHERN* at Pittsburg State* at Emporia State* LINCOLN* at Northwest Missouri State* at Missouri Western* at Washburn* TRUMAN* CENTRAL MISSOURI* at Southwest Baptist* at Missouri Southern* PITTSBURG STATE* EMPORIA STATE* MIAA Tournament NCAA II South Central Regional NCAA II Elite Eight

LOCATION Stillwater, Okla.

TIME 7:00 p.m.

San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas HAYS HAYS HAYS HAYS Jefferson City, Mo. HAYS HAYS Kearney, Neb. HAYS HAYS Kirksville, Mo. Warrensburg, Mo. HAYS HAYS Pittsburg, Kan. Emporia, Kan. HAYS Maryville, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Topeka, Kan. HAYS HAYS Bolivar, Mo. Joplin, Mo. HAYS HAYS Kansas City, Mo. TBA TBA

5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

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2011-12 Fort Hays State Women's Basketball Media Guide  

Media guide for the 2011-12 Fort Hays State women's basketball team

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