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2010-2011 Schedule NOVEMBER 12 15 27 29

@ Texas State* @ Hendrix College CONCORDIA-TEXAS MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR

DECEMBER 2 4 11 16 18 28 29

@ Schreiner @ Texas Lutheran HARDIN-SIMMONS McMURRY BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN @ Trinity University vs. Wilmington

*exhibition game

San Marcos, TX Conway, AR ORNELAS GYM ORNELAS GYM

5:30 6:00 1:00 5:30

Kerrville, TX Seguin, TX ORNELAS GYM ORNELAS GYM ORNELAS GYM San Antonio, TX San Antonio, TX

5:30 1:00 1:00 5:30 1:00 TBA TBA

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@ Howard Payne @ Sul Ross State @ Louisiana College @ Mississippi College TEXAS-TYLER LeTOURNEAU @ Univ. of Dallas @ Ozarks @ Texas-Dallas

FEBRUARY 3 5 10 12 17 19

OZARKS TEXAS-DALLAS @ Texas-Tyler @ LeTourneau LOUISIANA COLLEGE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE

Brownwood, TX Alpine, TX Pineville, LA Clinton, MS ORNELAS GYM ORNELAS GYM Irving, TX Clarksville, AR Richardson, TX

5:30 1:00 5:30 1:00 5:30 1:00 TBA 5:30 1:00

ORNELAS GYM ORNELAS GYM Tyler, TX Longview, TX ORNELAS GYM ORNELAS GYM

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EDITOR David Weaver, S.I.D. LAYOUT AND DESIGN David Weaver, S.I.D. SPECIAL THANKS Lane Loyd, Head Coach Lauren Johnson, Assistant Coach Mike Midkiff, P.R. Director Tiger players PHOTOGRAPHY Jason John Cowart David Weaver Mike Midkiff

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Contents/Credits/Quick Facts ---------------------------------------------------- 1 Media Information ------------------------------------------------------------------ 2 University Administration --------------------------------------------------------- 3 The University --------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-5 Ornelas Student Center ------------------------------------------------------------ 6 Athletics Staff ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7 Head Coach Lane Loyd ------------------------------------------------------------- 8 Coaching Staff/Preseason Roster ------------------------------------------------ 9 RETURNING LETTERWINNERS --------------------------------------------------------- 10-14 Ashley Featherston-------------------------------------------------------------- 10 Priscilla Galliguez ---------------------------------------------------------------- 10 Kelsey Harris ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 11 Jordan Langford ----------------------------------------------------------------- 11 Brandace Latin ------------------------------------------------------------------- 12 Emily Leek-Roberson ----------------------------------------------------------- 12 Patrice Parker --------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 Ruth Stewart ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 Michelle Uzomah ---------------------------------------------------------------- 14 Leah Williams --------------------------------------------------------------------- 14 NEWCOMERS ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 15-16 Lindsay Courtney ---------------------------------------------------------------- 15 Nicole Graham ------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 Savannah Higginbotham------------------------------------------------------ 15 Alli Jones --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 Victoria McReynolds ------------------------------------------------------------ 15 Coretta Mingo -------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 Valerie Parnell -------------------------------------------------------------------- 16 Shelby Phariss -------------------------------------------------------------------- 16 Holly Phelps ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 16 Cally Roberts ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 16 Enid Sanchez --------------------------------------------------------------------- 16 ETBU Women’s Basketball Career Records ---------------------------------- 17 ETBU All-Time Women’s Basketball Roster ------------------------------ 18-19 ETBU Records vs. Opponents in the D-3 Era -------------------------------- 19 The American Southwest Conference --------------------------------------- 20

EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY Location ..................................................... Marshall, TX Founded .................................................................. 1912 President................................................ Dr. Dub Oliver Athletic Director .....................................Kent Reeves Mascot ....................................................................Tigers Colors .................................................... Navy and Gold Gymnasium ............................. Ornelas Gymnasium Capacity .................................................................. 1,700 Affiliation ......................................... NCAA Division III Conference ............................. American Southwest TEAM INFORMATION First year of basketball ........................................ 1977 Last postseason appearance ......................2009-10 Result ................Lost to Mary Hardin-Baylor, 58-26 2009-10 Record ....................................................12-14 Conference finish .............................4th in ASC East Letterwinners returning..........................................10 Seniors: 7 Juniors: 1 Sophomores: 2 Starters returning ........................................................ 3 G Kelsey Harris, 5-5, Sr., Dallas, TX G Ashley Featherston, 5-9, Sr., Hico, TX G Michelle Uzomah, 5-7, Sr., Houston, TX COACHING STAFF Head Coach ................................................. Lane Loyd 3rd season (21-30 overall) Assistant Coach ...............................Lauren Johnson Assistant Coach ............................................ Ken Loyd Student Assistant .............................. Marleah Akins Student Assistant ..........................Stephanie Taylor Student Assistant .......................... Rebekah Rogers Student Assistant .........................Katherine Walker GAME SUPPORT STAFF Sports Information Director ............David Weaver Spotter......................................................... Jason Soles Public Address ........................................ Mike Midkiff Scorekeeper .......................................David Simpson Scoreboard ........................................... Stephen Lane Shot Clock Operator ..........................Allison Ratcliff

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would like to take this opportunity to welcome you again to East Texas Baptist University as we prepare to tip off another exciting year of Lady Tiger basketball. We are very excited about the direction our women’s basketball program has taken the last couple of seasons. We have been rebuilding the program and we can see the fruits of the hard work and dedication of our coaches and players. The Lady Tigers returned to the conference tournament last season and we are looking forward to another opportunity as we look to build on the accomplishments of 2009-2010. Although the media guide gives facts and figures about the women who play and the men who coach, we also hope that you’ll be able to see their hearts as they play the game. We hope you’ll notice their character as well as their competitive drive. And we hope that you know they are as committed to academic pursuits as they are to winning on the court. At East Texas Baptist University our student athletes are student athletes. These women are not playing for a scholarship, but for the love of the game. And, we play basketball because we believe it contributes to the

educational mission of the University. These students are learning not just in the classrooms, but in team meetings, through diligent practice, by lifting weights and conditioning their bodies, in one-on-one conversations with coaches and fellow players, and on the court. As a University, we’re also committed to the truth found in Scripture that reminds us, “physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come” 1 Timothy 4:3. This basketball team is being fit for success in this life and the life to come. That, to me, is a good reason to cheer them on. GO TIGERS!

Dr. Dub Oliver

PRESIDENT EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVER UNIVERSITY

F A C T S

East Texas Baptist University is an undergraduate institution affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas since 1912. Our purpose is the development of intellectual inquiry, social consciousness, wellness, skills for a contemporary society, global awareness, and Christian character, for we believe that these endeavors prepare students to accept the obligations and opportunities to serve humanity and the Kingdom of God. Our primary focus is on a quality academic program of baccalaureate studies in the humanities, natural and social sciences, fine arts, and selected professional areas. We are committed to Christian stewardship and to providing and maintaining an environment conducive to learning, leadership development, and academic excellence. We affirm that the liberal arts form the surest foundation for education and that the Christian faith provides the surest foundation for life. We strive to serve students of varied ages and of diverse socioeconomic, geographic, cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. We seek students who demonstrate a potential for success in our supportive and challenging environment. We employ Christian faculty who are dedicated to teaching, scholarship, advising, and service as they model the principles of the Christian faith. As a Baptist university we are committed to the integration of learning and Christian faith in the pursuit of truth.

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David Weaver completed his 10th year as Sports Information Director at East Texas Baptist University in 2009-2010. The 1995 graduate of Northwestern State University is responsible for public and media relations for the ETBU Athletic Department, covering 10 NCAA-sponsored sports. As S.I.D. Weaver is the official statistician for every sport at ETBU and also designs and writes media guides for all sports on campus. He also controls the content on the university’s athletics web site, at www.etbu.edu, and manages the sports information blog on the site. Weaver also facilitates the ETBU Athletics pages on Facebook and Twitter, which have become invaluable sources of media in relation to being about to get news out on the web quickly to fans of the Tigers. Tiger athletics interviews and video clips can now also be found on the university’s official YouTube site. Before joining the staff at ETBU in June of 2000, Weaver was sports editor of the Marshall News Messenger in his hometown of Marshall, Texas. He covered East Texas sports -- including ETBU -- for five years from 1996-2000 and earned three Associated Press Managing Editor Awards for his writing. Prior to his work at the News Messenger, Weaver was managing editor at The Hardin County News in Lumberton, Texas, a weekly publication of The Beaumont Enterprise. He accepted the position of ETBU’s S.I.D. and began working at the university on June 1, 2000, just a few months before the start of the Tigers’ first football season in 50 years. Over the past 10 years he has also worked in the broadcast booth with radio work for the Tiger football, basketball and softball teams at ETBU. Away from his duties at ETBU, David enjoys spending time with his family and coaching youth baseball and softball with his children. He also enjoys reading and writing in his spare time. David and his wife, Jeannie, live in Hallsville, Texas with their children: son Coby, and daughters Melody, Abby and Lily.

TITLE Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Athletic Director Sports Information Director Athletics Secretary Athletics Facilities Director Coordinator, Athletic Training Athletic Trainer Athletic Trainer

Campus Switchboard ....... (903) 935-7963 Admissions ........................ (903) 923-2000 Alumni Relations .............. (903) 923-2041

OFFICE PHONE (903) 923-2239 (903) 923-2236 (903) 923-2239 (903) 923-2226 (903) 923-2129 (903) 923-2228 (903) 923-2233 (903) 923-2196 (903) 923-2234 (903) 923-2237

Business Office .................. (903) 923-2055 Student Services ................ (903) 923-2320 Dean Healthplex ............... (903) 923-2232

JASON SOLES

KYLE BREWER

DREW BARKLEY

STEPHEN LANE

DAVID SIMPSON

ETBU DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

SPORTS INFORMATION ASSISTANT

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DIRECTORY NAME Lane Loyd Lauren Johnson Ken Loyd Kent Reeves David Weaver Karen Jackson Randy Pringle David Collins Joanna Soles Marcus Holliday

MIKE MIDKIFF

E-MAIL lloyd@etbu.edu ljohnson@etbu.edu kloyd@etbu.edu klreeves@etbu.edu dweaver@etbu.edu kjackson@etbu.edu rpringle@etbu.edu dcollins@etbu.edu esoles@etbu.edu mholliday@etbu.edu

SCOREBOARD OPERATOR

SPORTS INFORMATION ASSISTANT

SPORTS INFORMATION ASSISTANT

SCOREKEEPER

Registrar............................. (903) 923-2064 Dean of Students............... (903) 923-2321 Public Relations ................ (903) 923-2130

MEDIA INFORMATION The 2010-2011 East Texas Baptist University Women’s Basketball Media Guide is published as a source of information for the media and fans who follow the Lady Tigers. Additional information may be obtained through the ETBU Sports Information Office at 903-923-2129. CREDENTIALS All requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials can be made by fax (903-934-8115), phone (903-923-2129) or e-mail (dweaver@etbu.edu) to Sports Information Director David Weaver no later than two days before the game in question. Requests should include first and last name of media representatives seeking credentials. PRESS ROW The Press Row in Ornelas Gymnasium shall be occupied only by working media and ETBU game personnel. It is a working press area and will be managed as such. Space is limited, so it is imperitive that working media contact the Sports Information Director ahead of time in order to reserve space. PRESS SERVICES Press services at ETBU basketball games include halftime and final statistics along with play-by-play sheets. A pregame packet with a program and updated notes will be distributed at the press table. Postgame statistics will be copied and assembled in the Athletic Office at the front entrance to Ornelas Gymnasium. Game books will then be delivered to press row no later than 15 minutes after completion of the game. Radio/broadcast media receive first priority due to postgame shows immediately after the game.

ALLISON RATCLIFF JASON COWART SHOT CLOCK

ETBU PHOTOGRAPHER

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INTERVIEWS All coach and player interviews are directed through the Sports Information Director. Upon completion of each game, coaches and players will be available for interviews upon request no later than 10 minutes after the game. Interviews outside of game day may be requested by appointment through the Sports Information Director.

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DR. DUB OLIVER

Dr. Samuel W. “Dub” Oliver was elected as the 12th President of East Texas Baptist University by the uniTrustees on Oct. 15, 2008. He officially versity Board of Truste be became President on June 1, 2009, succeeding Dr. Bob E. Riley who retired after 17 years of service to ETBU. Dr. Oliver was Vice President for Student Life at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, from 2005-2008. He had been employed in various positions at Baylor for 16 years upon his election as President of ETBU. A native of San Antonio, Texas, Oliver is a graduate of Baylor University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. He holds a Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology from Texas A&M University. Oliver earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Administration from Texas A&M as well. He is also a

VICE PRESIDENTS

NED CALVERT

DR. SHERILYN EMBERTON

ALAN HUESING

VICE PRESIDENT FOR ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING

VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS/ UNIVERSITY PROVOST

VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE

VICE PRESIDENT FOR SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT

CATHERINE CRAWFORD

VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

DR. DENNIS ROBERTSON

VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS

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PRESIDENT B.S.E B.S.E., Baylor University M.S.E., Texas A&M University Ph.D., Texas A&M University

licensed and ordained Baptist minister having served from October 2003 to May 2009 as the pastor of Canaan Baptist Church of Crawford, Texas. Dr. Oliver came to Baylor in April 1992 from Texas A&M University to serve as Director of Student Activities. In June 1999, he took on additional responsibilities as the Associate Dean for Campus Life. Then, in June 2001, Dr. Oliver was promoted to be the Dean for Student Development, a post he held until June 2005 when he was named Assistant Vice President for Student Life. For a year he served as Interim Vice President for Student Life before being named the Vice President for Student Life. Dr. Oliver has also served Baylor as a Visiting Professor in the Hankamer School of Business, an Adjunct Professor in the School of Education, and Interim University Chaplain. He served in the United States Air Force stationed at Carswell Air Force Base in the late 1980’s. Before entering graduate school, he was a third-grade teacher in the Fort Worth Independent School District. Dr. Oliver’s wife, Susie, was an adjunct faculty member and full-time cheerleader coach at Baylor. Their daughter, Callie, graduated from high school in May 2010. “East Texas Baptist University, near the conclusion of its first century of service and at the beginning of a new century of faithfulness, is well positioned for increased excellence in all its endeavors. In doing so, the University will, by God’s grace, become an even brighter light on the hill to a world that is desperately in need,” said Dr. Oliver.


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Academic instruction at East Texas Baptist University began in 1917 with the inaugural session of a two-year institution known as College of Marshall. The campaign to launch the college had begun in 1911 and was led by William Thomas Tardy, pastor of Marshall’s First Baptist Church. Tardy negotiated the purchase of 100 acres of the original K. M. Van Zandt family plantation for $25,000. Keeping 50 of the 100 acres on Van Zandt Hill in northwest Marshall, the college subdivided and sold the remaining property. Marshall’s citizens subscribed another $70,000, and the Baptist General Convention of Texas assumed control of the college, appropriating $40,000 for buildings and furnishings. The trustees applied for and received a charter from the State of Texas in 1912, and Thurman C. Gardner, an early day Baptist Training Union leader, became the first president in 1913. For the first building, Marshall Hall, contractors broke ground on July 5, 1915. Of neoclassical architecture and completed in 1916, Marshall Hall crowned the highest point in Harrison County. The robust building was a self-contained educational facility with a ground floor gymnasium, main floor administrative offices, laboratories, and library, third floor classrooms, and a chapel/theatre on the top floor. The first freshman class registered in 1917 under President Henry Eugene Watters (1916-1918). The college boasted a teaching faculty of nine members. By the academic year 1918-19, some 300 students were enrolled in either a junior college or an academy curriculum. With World War I raging, a student cavalry unit

drilled regularly on the college grounds. New dormitories soon encircled the classic campus quadrangle. In 1924, Dr. Franklin S. Groner, the Secretary of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, conveyed the Baptists’ commitment to assume the college debt if the Marshall Chamber of Commerce would supply $12,500 annually for five years, enabling it to remain open. Leading the college during the trying days of The Great Depression, Dr. Franklin Groner (1928-42) assumed the presidency and instituted a permanent endowment program. In 1935, an additional 43 acres were purchased, including the land and buildings of the St. Joseph’s Boys Industrial Orphanage, some of which was converted to men’s housing. In 1938, Baptist layman and builder Fred Hale broke ground for Laura Groner Hall, a modern residence hall for women. A reduced replica of Mt. Vernon, the stunning structure stood complete in 1940, its austere construction having cost only $10,500. World War II robbed the campus of its men and resources. By 1943, only 137 students remained. In 1944, the trustees, making perhaps the most important decision in the institution’s history, asked the Baptist General Convention of Texas to elevate the college to four-year status and to change the name to East Texas Baptist College. A former pastor of First Baptist Church, Midland, Texas, Dr. Harvey Daniel Bruce (1942-1960), the college’s ninth president, oversaw a vigorous postwar enrollment and building boom. Veterans arrived on campus, many bringing their families, and enrollment briefly surpassed 800. Prefabricated war surplus family housing was erected on the campus perimeter. The college added Scarborough Chapel in 1948, which was built in the neo-Gothic style. Also added

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housing units. Charles Fry Hall for Men was opened. As age claimed some of the original college buildings, the older men’s dormitory, buildings of the old orphanage, and various frame and prefabricated structures were dismantled during the 1970s and 1980s. In 1984 the University Charter revision changed the institutional name to East Texas Baptist University. However, by 1985, enrollment gains had eroded. During the interim presidency of Dr. Harvey Lewis (1985-86), the University met various deferred maintenance and operating needs. The former president of two other Baptist institutions from 1961 to 1986, Dr. Robert Craig (1986-1992) launched a building program of unprecedented proportions, including the Fred Hale Business Building in 1988-89. Other subsequent construction projects were the Jenna Guest Music Building, the Louise Rogers Spiritual Life Center, now known as the Ornelas Spiritual Life Center; major additions to the Bennett Student Center, construction of the Clifford Nelson Murphy Science Hall, and the Mabee Housing Complex. The untimely death of Dr. Craig in March 1992, only two months prior to his announced retirement, was followed by the leadership of Dr. Bob E. Riley (1992-Present), who had been President of the Howard County Junior College District in Big Spring, Texas. Under Dr. Riley, the University experienced record student enrollments. The campus continued to develop under President Riley’s leadership with the 1995 completion of the Dean Healthplex and Ornelas Gymnasium. Fall 1996 found the opening of The Joseph and Louise Ornelas Residential Complex and the renovation of Marshall Hall, which was completed in 1997. Meadows Hall, which houses the Murphy Instructional Technology Center and the Department of Mathematics was renovated and occupied beginning with the fall semester of 1999. The University Apartments opened in fall 2002, and the renovation of Scarborough Chapel into Scarborough Hall was complete in January 2004.

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were Feagin Hall, a new men’s residence facility; a cafeteria and student center; and additions to the women’s residence hall, which was renamed for Merle Bruce, wife of the college president. Two ornate, neo-classical buildings were added in the 1950s, Sanderson Hall (now Craig Hall) to house the laboratory sciences departments, and Harvey Daniel Bruce Hall as the new library/administrative complex. Keys Gymnasium was built in 1960. In 1961 a new women’s residence hall, named after Evelyn Linebery, with its long portico and roomy plantation-style architecture, was completed. Dr. Bruce labored to establish a liberal arts tradition, along with strong degree programs in Bible and religion. His administration’s crowning achievement came in 1957 when the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools granted accreditation to East Texas Baptist College. Under Dr. Howard C. Bennett as president (1960-76), the academic program established enduring credibility. Dr. Bennett, the former pastor of First Baptist Church, Kilgore, oversaw construction of the new Howard C. Bennett Student Center in 1973. Dr. Jerry Dawson (1976-85) (1976-85), who had been Graduate Dean at Southwest Texas State University, became the first professional educator to lead the college. By 1982, the postwar “baby boom” peaked and enrollment stood at 920 students. A spacious new president’s home replaced the stately residence that Drs. Bruce and Bennett had occupied. After the opening of the Mamye Jarrett Library in 1979, H. D. Bruce Hall became available for the Religion and Teacher Education departments. Married students occupied several new brick


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Pictured above is an artist drawing of the new Ornelas Student Center at East Texas Baptist University, currently under construction and scheduled for completion in December of 2010. The smaller photo is of the site this past summer as the steel framework was going up.

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: NEW STUDENT CENTER SET FOR COMPLETION IN DECEMBER 2010 Story by Charles Iyoho of the Marshall News Messenger (June 6, 2010) -- East Texas Baptist University by 2011 will “It is a place for students to have meaningful conversations with have a new living room of sorts. each other...a place for them to make memories that are really The construction of a new student center has begun and school officials expect the 31,528-square-foot building to be important to what the student experience is like.” completed by Dec. 31. Dr. Dub Oliver University President Dr. Dub Oliver describes the $8 milPresident, East Texas Baptist University lion project as a campus living room. “This has been something that we’ve needed on campus for a number of years and a lot of folks have been working on it for quite sometime and to see it become a reality right are really important to what the student experience is like,” noted before our eyes is very exciting,” Oliver said. “We’ll have a lot of good Oliver. “It’s not that you can’t do that anywhere, but it’s best facilitated spaces for students to sit, talk, visit, study or hang out with friends.” in really functional and beautiful spaces that are designed to bring The new center also will include a small stage for musical perpeople together... build relationships and develop relationships. That’s formances, several meeting rooms - varying in sizes - for student really the point of this building.” organizations on campus, a separate large formal meeting room for Additional changes and additions have also been planned for the university events and banquets, a governance room for trustee and future. formal meetings and a small chapel - capable of holding between 50 School officials hope to expand the university’s cafeteria next sumto 75 students - for Bible study sessions. mer and build a new residence hall within the next five years. Oliver said officials began preliminary plans for the center about Oliver said the school also plans to expand the science building five years ago. to add more laboratory space and build a theatre building area for The $8 million that it cost to build the facility has been paid for students to perform school plays. by private donors. The building has been named after Joseph and The current student center will be converted into a common area, Louise Ornelas, the lead donors. Oliver said about 20 individuals Oliver said. and families donated to the project. He said others may still donate “It’s a huge encouragement to the university that we have people by contacting the university. The number to the business office is 903- who are so generous to say ‘I want to be a part of this project’,” said 923-2055. Oliver. “I think anytime you have an addition like this to a university, “(The center) is a place for students to have meaningful conversathat’s a real positive for the institution.” tions with one another. It’s a place for them to make memories that

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KENT REEVES

ATH ATHLETIC DIRECTOR B.S.E B.S.E., John Brown University M.S.E., Arkansas State University

HEAD COACHES

ATHLETICS SUPPORT/ADMINISTRATION

JOSE ALONZO

SAM BLACKMON

PAUL GRANT

KAREN JACKSON

RANDY PRINGLE

WILL WALKER

MEN’S SOCCER (903) 923-2268 jalonzo@etbu.edu

BASEBALL (903) 923-2230 sblackmon@etbu.edu

WOMEN’S SOCCER (903) 923-2235 pgrant@etbu.edu

ATHLETICS SECRETARY (903) 923-2228 kjackson@etbu.edu

ATHLETICS FACILITIES (903) 923-2233 rpringle@etbu.edu

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE (903) 923-2206 wwalker@etbu.edu

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

LANE LOYD

LYNDSAY MASHE

NATALIE PRATHER

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (903) 923-2239 lloyd@etbu.edu

VOLLEYBALL (903) 923-41 lmashe@etbu.edu

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (903) 923-2242 nbachprather@etbu.edu

MARK SARTAIN

JANAE SHIRLEY

BERT WEST

FOOTBALL (903) 923-2188 msartain@etbu.edu

SOFTBALL (903) 923-2240 jshirley@etbu.edu

MEN’S BASKETBALL (903) 923-2231 bwest@etbu.edu

DAVID COLLINS

MARCUS HOLLIDAY JOANNA SOLES

ATHLETIC TRAINER (903) 923-2196 dcollins@etbu.edu

ATHLETIC TRAINER (903) 923-2237 mholliday@etbu.edu

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Entering his 14th year as Director of Athletics at East Texas Baptist University, Kent Reeves has presided over the Tigers’ transformation into a solid member of the NCAA Division III ranks. Reeves, who remains the winningest coach in two athletics pprograms at ETBU, originally st stepped down as women’s basketball coach in 1997 to assume full-time duties as athletic director. He also was named the university’s first softball coach that year and laid the foundation for a program that has become one of the best in the nation annually. Under Reeves’ guidance as AD the department has grown from just five sports in 1997 to 10 in 2010, with men’s and women’s tennis set to be added in the fall of 2011. ETBU athletics programs have consistently competed for championships in the American Southwest Conference, with nine conference titles and 17 ASC division titles since joining the Division III ranks in 1998-99. ETBU

teams have combined to make 41 conference tournament appearances since 1998, and the Tiger softball program claimed the university’s first NCAA national championship last spring. Facility upgrades have also been a staple of Reeves’ time as athletic director. Since 1997, ETBU has added new playing facilities for softball, football and soccer. Various upgrades and improvements have been added to each athletics program on campus over the last 10 years. Reeves arrived at ETBU as women’s basketball coach in 1987. When he decided to step down as basketball coach following the 1996-97 season, Reeves had directed the lady Tigers to an average of 20 wins per season in his 10 years as coach. He finished with 206 wins and his teams made nine NAIA postseason appearances. As softball coach from 1998-2000, Reeves built the program from scratch and culminated with the program’s first ASC championship in 2000. He assumed AD-only duties after that season but returned to the dugout in a pinch for the 2004 season. That year, the Tigers posted a program-record 41 wins. He then took another year off before returning for the 2006-07 seasons, finishing with a program-record 183 wins over six seasons. Reeves is active in the Marshall community, serving in the Marshall Lions Club as well as being a deacon at Central Baptist Church. He and his wife Mary Beth have two daughters: Kendra, who is married to Austin Skipworth, and Taylor, a recent graduate of Baylor University.

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LANE LOYD

• Named the ninth head coach in the history of ETBU women’s basketball in June of 2008 • Played collegiately at Austin College • Served as men’s assistant coach at East Texas Baptist during the 2001-02 season • Previous coaching experience at Texas high schools such as Decatur, Avinger, Chapel Hill, McLeod and Baird • ETBU made its first appearance in the American Southwest Conference tournament in three seasons in 2009-2010

YEAR-BY-YEAR COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD YEAR 2009-10 2008-09

School East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist Career

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Conf. 10-10 8-12 18-22

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Home 8-3 3-9 11-12

Away 3-11 6-6 9-17

Neutral 1-0 0-1 1-1

WinPct .462 .360 .412

TBU’s women’s basketball head coach Lane Loyd will be in his third season with the Tigers in 2010-2011, having guided the program back to the postseason for the first time in three years in 2009-2010. ETBU enjoyed a three-win improvement last season under Coach Loyd, who was named head coach in the summer of 2008. A six-game win streak in conference play allowed the Tigers to take hold of the fourth and final playoff spot in the ASC East Division, and the program made its first appearance in the ASC Tournament since winning the East Division during the 2006-07 season. Entering the 20102011 season, the Tigers lose just two seniors -- albeit All-ASC East performers Satara Harrell and Karlee Wilson -- from the starting lineup of this past season. The 12-win season was an improvement over the 9-16 mark ETBU put up in Loyd’s first season. Hired relatively late in the recruiting process in 2008, Coach Loyd had just enough time to bring in a few bodies as well as assemble a coaching staff before the 2008-09 year began. That first year ended with a modest two-game win streak that included a win over nationally-ranked and ASC East champion TexasDallas, however, which provided a nice springboard into the offseason. The Tigers loaded up with a

dozen or so junior college transfers in 2009-2010, a group that by and large helped ETBU lock up one of the four playoff seeds from the East Division. It was the program’s sixth playoff appearance but first since the last of back-to-back ASC semifinal appearances in 2006-07. Over the course of the first two seasons, Loyd has worked tirelessly to restock the program’s roster through recruiting, its confidence through attitude, and its future with a foundation that stresses doing everything right, both on the court in games or practice, and in the classroom. Those are the types of hard-working principles he was literally raised on growing up in nearby Avinger, Texas, where his father, Ken -- now an assistant on Lane’s staff at ETBU -built one of Texas’ most successful boys basketball programs at the Class A high school level before retiring in 2008. Lane was a standout guard at Avinger, earning all-state honors as a point guard in 1986 before moving on to play collegiately at Austin College. While in college, he spent his summers working basketball camps for some of the game’s most well-known and respected legends, including John Wooden, Pat Riley, Jim Harrick, Bill Walton and Magic Johnson. Loyd remembers driving Wooden home every day from the camps, soaking up knowledge and information one a one-on-one basis from one of the game’s most legendary, winningest coaches. Coach Loyd entered the coaching field and was on staff at David Lipscomb University in Tennessee for two years, from 1993-95, working on staff for coach Don Meyer. Meyer became the NCAA’s all-time winningest coach during the 2008-09 season and at Lipscomb had built the winningest college basketball program at any level during an 18-year period, averaging 31 wins and just three losses per season during that stretch. Loyd also has spent 10 years as a high school head coach, with stops at Decatur, Avinger, Chapel Hill, McLeod and Baird. He also spent one season as an assistant coach at ETBU under men’s basketball coach Bert West, in 2001-02. Following that season Loyd returned to finish graduate work at Sul Ross State in Alpine, Texas. Lane and his wife, Denise, have one son, Chiam. The Loyds are members of Immanuel Baptist Church in Marshall.

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LAUREN JOHNSON ASSISTANT COACH B.S.E B.S.E., Clarke College

Lauren Johnson joined the East Texas Baptist University basketball coaching staff this summer, having spent the previous two seasons as an assistant coach at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Coach Johnson earned a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Clarke College in May of 2008. She played three seasons for the Crusaders, garnering a team Most Valuable Player Award as

ASSISTANT COACH B.S.E., Austin College B.S.E

After being hired as ETBU’s head coach prior to the 2008-09 season, Lane Loyd didn’t have to look far to find a veteran influence for his coaching staff.Ken Loyd, Lane’s father and a Texas high school coaching legend on the court, was added to the staff with the primary purpose of helping theTigers recruit more effectively at the high school level in Texas.

It is on the recruiting trail that Lane wants Ken to help build the Tigers. Ken Loyd retired in 2008 as head coach at Avinger High School in Avinger, Texas, a Class A school north of Marshall. In 42 years as a head coach, the last 21 of which were spent at Avinger, he racked up 851 wins three state championships. At the time of his retirement, Ken’s win total was the third-highest career win total by a coach in the history of Texas boys high school basketball. Ken served as president of the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches in 1981-82, and he was named the East Texas Coach of the Year in 1977, 1987 and 1996. He also coached in the TABC All-Star game in 1984 and in 2006. Ken was also inducted into the Austin College Hall of Honor in 2005 in Sherman, Texas.

2010-2011 NUMERICAL ROSTER

REBEKAH ROGERS

STUDENT ASSISTANT

STUDENT ASSISTANT

STEPHANIE TAYLOR

KATHERINE WALKER

STUDENT ASSISTANT

STUDENT ASSISTANT

Player Kelsey Harris Lindsay Courtney Leah Williams Brandace Latin Emily Leek-Roberson Priscilla Galliguez Jordan Langford Ashley Featherston Patrice Parker Nicole Graham Holly Phelps Alli Jones Savannah Higginbotham Coretta Mingo Shelby Phariss Michelle Uzomah Enid Sanchez Ruth Stewart Victoria McReynolds Valerie Parnell Cally Roberts

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Ht. 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-7 6-1 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-7 5-7 5-7 6-0 5-7 5-7 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-0

Class Sr. Fr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

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Hometown Mesquite, TX Flower Mound, TX Fort Worth, TX Shreveport, LA Tulsa, OK Waco, TX Wellington, TX Hico, TX Houston, TX Athens, TX Winona, TX Amarillo, TX Broaddus, TX Lake Charles, LA Longview, TX Houston, TX El Paso, TX Tulsa, OK Avinger, TX Santa Fe, TX Tyler, TX

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MARLEAH AKINS

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well as earning Academic All-Conference recognition. She finished her playing career at Clarke College in the top 10 all-time in scoring, steals, assists, 3-pointers, free throw percentage and minutes. At Loras College, Johnson was active in the program’s recruiting, practice design and implementation, player and program development and studentathlete advising. The Duhawks finished in second place in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 2008-09 and made a conference tournament semifinal appearance two years in a row. Johnson earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Clarke College in May of 2010. Coach Johnson is a native of Black River Falls, Wis., and she is the daughter of Dave and Kathy Johnson. She has two older brothers, Tim and Bryan, and a twin sister, Megan.


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#12 • ASHLEY

GUARD

5’9”

SENIOR

H ICO, TEXAS

FEATHERSTON

Ashley Nicole Featherston...born March 31, 1989...daughter of Ronnie and Tammy Featherston...one brother, Brett Featherston...Psychology major with a Education minor...transfer from Grayson County College prior to 2009-2010 season...enjoys hanging out with friends and family, fishing, water skiing, tubing and wakeboarding...plans on becoming a basketball coach. GRAYSON COUNTY COLLEGE: Coached by Tommy Collins... first-team All-North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference as a sophomore in 2008-09...averaged 11.4 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.5 steals in 23 games played last season...hit 34 three-pointers on the year... scored a season-high 26 points on Feb. 16 against Collin County Community College...scored 20 points or more in a game three times...scored at least 10 points in a game 15 times....was honorable mention All-NTJCAC as a freshman in 2007-08. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Larry Holder at Hico HS...was the District Most Valuable Player and earned All-Region and All-State honors as a senior...first-team All-District and All-Region as a junior...first-team All-District, Cross Timbers Area MVP and first-team All-Region as a sophomore... Newcomer of the Year as a freshman...team won district championship her senior season...also played volleyball, cross country and track, and played softball...National Honor Society, FFA, Spanish Club...Academic All-State.

ASHLEY AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 23-18 23-18

FG-A(Pct.) 47-156 (.301) 47-156 (.301)

3PT-A(Pct.) FT-A(Pct.) 25-91 (.275) 21-27 (.778) 25-91 (.275) 21-27 (.778)

A 34 34

B 6 6

S 13 13

Pts.-PPG 140-6.1 140-6.1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

#10 • PRISCILLA

No. 30 5 13 4 10 4 4 14 4 2 2 16

GUARD

Opponent vs. Mississippi College 2 times (last vs. Mississippi College) 2 times (last vs. Mississippi College) at LaGrange at Oglethorpe at Louisiana College 3 times (last at Mississippi College) vs. Sul Ross State 2 times (last vs. Louisiana College) vs. Ozarks 4 times (last vs. Mississippi College) at LaGrange

5’6”

GALLIGUEZ

Priscilla Elise Bella Galliguez...born Oct. 22, 1988...daughter of Percy and Annabelle Galliguez...has three brothers, Jonathan, Abel and Thomas, and one sister, Annalise...Nursing major... transfer from McLennan Community College prior to 2009-2010 season...enjoys spending time with family, basketball, sleeping, eating, shopping, bowling, going to movies...plans on becoming a nurse. McLENNAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Coached by Ricky Rhodes... Outstanding Athletic Achievement Award in 2008-09 and 2007-08...AllConference honorable mention as a freshman in 2007-09...All-Academic Team...averaged 5.9 points in 30 games played as a sophomore last season... also averaged 1.3 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 0.7 steals per game in 2008-09... shot 38 percent (38 of 100) from beyond the 3-point line...averaged 5.4 points and hit 45 3-pointers as a freshman in 2007-08....Who’s Who Among Students in Junior College. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Doug Lechtenberger at Dulles HS...threetime All-District performer as well as Academic All-District...TABC and TGCA Academic All-State...Fellowship of Christian Athletes...Who’s Who.

Rbs-RPG 72-3.1 72-3.1

SENIOR

Date Jan. 23, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Dec. 18, 2009 Dec. 20, 2009 Feb. 11, 2010 Feb. 13, 2010 Dec. 8, 2005 Jan. 21, 2010 Jan. 16, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Dec. 18, 2009

W ACO, TEXAS

PRISCILLA AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 22-17 22-17

FG-A(Pct.) 32-97 (.330) 32-97 (.330)

3PT-A(Pct.) FT-A(Pct.) 27-81 (.333) 1-2 (.500) 27-81 (.333) 1-2 (.500)

Rbs-RPG 29-1.3 29-1.3

A 10 10

B 2 2

S 2 2

Pts.-PPG 92-4.2 92-4.2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

No. 26 5 8 4 7 1 2 5 2 1 1 14

Opponent at Texas-Dallas vs. Texas-Tyler 2 times (last at Louisiana College) vs. Texas-Tyler vs. Texas-Tyler at Oglethorpe at Oglethorpe vs. Schreiner 3 times (last vs. University of Dallas) 2 times (last at Louisiana College) 2 times (last vs. Texas Lutheran) vs. Texas-Tyler

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#1 • KELSEY

GUARD

5’5”

HARRIS

MESQUITE, TEXAS

KELSEY AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 26-26 26-26

FG-A(Pct.) 45-138 (.326) 45-138 (.326)

3PT-A(Pct.) FT-A(Pct.) 23-82 (.280) 45-52 (.865) 23-82 (.280) 45-52 (.865)

Rbs-RPG 51-2.0 51-2.0

A 86 86

B 1 1

S 32 32

Pts.-PPG 158-6.1 158-6.1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

GUARD

Opponent vs. Mississippi College 2 times (last at Ozarks) vs. Ozarks 2 times (last at Ozarks) vs. Ozarks vs. University of Dallas vs. University of Dallas vs. Ozarks 4 times (last at Mississippi College) vs. Ozarks 2 times (last at Mississippi College) at Oglethorpe

5’5”

LANGFORD

Jordan Renee Langford...born July 20, 1989...daughter of Jeff and Wendy Langford...one brother, Brady Langford...Biology major with a Psychology minor...transfer from Labette Community College in Parsons, Kan., prior to 2009-2010 season...First Baptist Church and Release...enjoys hanging out with friends and family... plans to attend physical therapy school upon graduation. LABETTE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Coached by Jaime Green...averaged 3.8 points in 17 games played with the Lady Cardinals in 2008-09... Academic All-American in 2008-09. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Dale Morris and Shannon Brown at Wellington HS...three-time All-District...named Amarillo Globe Athlete of the Week as a senior...played on three district championship teams...also ran cross country and track...National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Student Council...Academic All-District four years.

SENIOR

Date Jan. 23, 2010 Feb. 20, 2010 Jan. 16, 2010 Feb. 20, 2010 Jan. 16, 2010 Jan. 30, 2010 Jan. 30, 2010 Jan. 16, 2010 Feb. 13, 2010 Jan. 16, 2010 Feb. 13, 2010 Dec. 20, 2009

WELLINGTON , TEXAS

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#11 • JORDAN

No. 36 5 13 3 12 7 8 7 6 1 4 16

JORDAN AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 26-0 26-0

FG-A(Pct.) 24-72 (.333) 24-72 (.333)

3PT-A(Pct.) FT-A(Pct.) 14-41 (.341) 11-15 (.733) 14-41 (.341) 11-15 (.733)

Rbs-RPG 46-1.8 46-1.8

A 19 19

B 0 0

S 12 12

Pts.-PPG 73-2.8 73-2.8

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

No. 20 4 8 2 5 5 6 4 3 0 2 12

Opponent at Texas-Tyler at LaGrange at LaGrange 3 times (last vs. Texas-Tyler) at LaGrange vs. LeTourneau vs. LeTourneau at LaGrange vs. LeTourneau None vs. Texas-Tyler at LaGrange

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Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

M E E T

Kelsey Danielle Harris...born May 29, 1989...daughter of Bobby and Debra Harris...one brother, B.J...majoring in Kinesiology with a minor in Family Studies...Club team Texas Lady Jammers...Transfer from Panola College prior to 2009-2010 season...AAU assistant basketball coach...spare time activities include eating, shopping, sleeping and text messaging...plans on attending graduate school. PANOLA COLLEGE: Coached by Tracey Stellato...averaged 8.2 points and a team-best 3.6 assists per game as a sophomore in 2008-09. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Christina Bradford at John Horn HS...led team to 2005-06 district championship...ran track and was a district champion and regional qualifier...National Honor Society.

SENIOR

Date Jan. 28, 2010 Dec. 18, 2009 Dec. 18, 2009 Feb. 4, 2010 Dec. 18, 2009 Jan. 26, 2010 Jan. 26, 2010 Dec. 18, 2009 Jan. 26, 2010 Feb. 4, 2010 Dec. 18, 2009


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#4• BRANDACE

LATIN

Brandace Brycole Latin...born Oct. 22, 1990...daughter of Ken and Ivy Latin...has two brothers, Brent and Bryce...Biology major...enjoys texting and computers...plans on becoming a physicians assistant, physical therapist or going to medical school upon graduation. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Toni Martinez at C. E. Byrd HS... was first-team All-District and second-team All-City as a senior last season...named to the Academic All-State team...MVP of the Doc Edwards Tournament...second-team All-District and honorable mention All-City as a junior...MVP Marshall HIgh School Tournament...ran track and was All-District in the high jump...honorable mention All-District for 800 meter run...Astra Club and French Club.

GUARD

5’7”

SOPHOMORE

S HREVEPORT , L A.

BRANDACE AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 20-0 22-17

FG-A(Pct.) 28-67 (.418) 32-97 (.330)

3PT-A(Pct.) FT-A(Pct.) 2-9 (.222) 18-21 (.857) 27-81 (.333) 1-2 (.500)

Rbs-RPG 27-1.4 29-1.3

A 8 10

B 1 2

S 15 2

Pts.-PPG 76-3.8 92-4.2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

#5• EMILY

No. 14 6 9 1 2 5 5 5 3 1 5 12

POST

Opponent 2 times (last at Hardin-Simmons) vs. Huntingdon vs. Huntingdon 2 times (last vs. Texas Lutheran) 2 times (last vs. Howard Payne) vs. Sul Ross State 2 times (last at LeTourneau) vs. Texas Lutheran at Ozarks vs. Howard Payne vs. Sul Ross State vs. Huntingdon

6’1”

S ENIOR

Date Jan. 7, 2010 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Dec. 12, 2009 Nov. 30. 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Feb. 2, 2010 Dec. 12, 2009 Feb. 20, 2010 Nov. 30, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009

TULSA, O KLA.

LEEK-ROBERSON

Emily Oline Leek-Roberson...born Nov. 20, 1988...daughter of Kristen Scott...married to Eric Roberson...majoring in Athletic Training with minors in Biology and Kinesiology...transfer from Eastern Oklahoma State prior to 2009-2010 season...church youth activities...enjoys listening to music, reading, playing basketball and hanging out with friends...wants to pursue a career as an athletic trainer...coached by Junita Ford at Edison Prep HS CLARENDON COLLEGE: Coached by Andy Mace...averaged 4.7 points and 1.8 rebounds as a sophomore...averaged three blocked shots per game... finished the 2008-09 season shooting over 43 percent from the floor.

EMILY AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 25-5 25-5

FG-A(Pct.) 77-174 (.443) 77-174 (.443)

3PT-A(Pct.) 1-5 (.200) 1-5 (.200)

FT-A(Pct.) 57-83 (.687) 57-83 (.687)

Rbs-RPG 129-5.2 129-5.2

A 18 18

B S 23 15 23 15

Pts.-PPG 212-8.5 212-8.5

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

No. 31 8 16 1 2 7 11 8 3 2 3 22

Opponent at Mississippi College 2 times (last vs. Ozarks) vs. Ozarks at Hardin-Simmons at Hardin-Simmons 2 times (last vs. Texas Lutheran) at Concordia Texas 4 times (last vs. University of Dallas) vs. Ozarks 5 times (last at Texas-Dallas) at Hardin-Simmons vs. Ozarks

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#15 • PATRICE

PARKER

5’9”

JUNIOR

H OUSTON, TEXAS

PATRICE AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 11-0 11-0

FG-A(Pct.) 3-9 (.333) 3-9 (.333)

FT-A(Pct.) 1-4 (.250) 1-4 (.250)

Rbs-RPG 12-1.1 12-1.1

A 3 3

B 1 1

S 2 2

Pts.-PPG 7-0.6 7-0.6

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS No. 10 1 3 0 0 1 2 4 1 1 1 3

POST

5’10”

SENIOR

Date Dec. 12, 2009 Feb. 18, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010 Jan. 7, 2010 Jan. 7, 2010 Feb. 26, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010 Jan. 7, 2010 Dec. 12, 2009 Jan. 7, 2010

TULSA, O KLA.

T I G E R S

STEWART

Opponent vs. Texas Lutheran 3 times (last at Texas-Dallas) at Texas-Dallas None None at Hardin-Simmons at Hardin-Simmons vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor 3 times (last at Ozarks) at Hardin-Simmons 2 times (last vs. Texas Lutheran) at Hardin-Simmons

RUTH AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 25-1 25-1

FG-A(Pct.) 43-119 (.361) 43-119 (.361)

3PT-A(Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

FT-A(Pct.) 31-50 (.620) 31-50 (.620)

Rbs-RPG 85-3.4 85-3.4

A 16 16

B 4 4

S 16 16

Pts.-PPG 117-4.7 117-4.7

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

No. 26 5 14 0 0 5 6 7 2 2 4 12

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Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

#34 • RUTH

Ruth Anita Stewart...born June 7, 1989...daughter of Kydria ShanksStewart...has eight siblings: Dwayne, Tim, Sharri, Devin, Tywan, Tanitra, Jared and Marrita...transfer from Clarendon College prior to 2009-10 season...Kinesiology major with a Biology minor...Praise Temple Church...enjoys spending time with family, playing basketball, reading, playing video games, watching movies, babysitting nieces and nephews and texting...wants to teach Biology or P.E. and coach, possibly attend graduate school.

3PT-A(Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

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Patrice Charlene Parker...born Dec. 20, 1989...daughter of Melvin Parker and Toisha Parker...has one sister, Nathoisia...Sociology-Human Services major with a Family Studies minor...club teams Houston Hoops and Coast 2 Coast...transfer from Panola College prior to 2009-2010 season...volunteer for AWANA, YMCA, Hope Fun Run, Breast Cancer Run and Race for the Cure...enjoys reading, watching movies, hanging out with friends and family, playing basketball and working at YMCA summer camp...plans are to become a chemistry teacher and coach at the high school level. PANOLA COLLEGE: Coached by Tracey Stellato...played in 15 games as a freshman last season, averaging 1.1 points, 1.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 0.6 steals per game...made the Dean’s List and President’s List. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Brenda Rose at Jersey Village HS...secondteam All-District and team captain as a senior...Best Rebounder, Outstanding Award and Best Defensive Player as a junior...Best Defensive Player and Outstanding Rebounder as a sophomore and freshman...Miss Sportsmanship 2008...four-year regional qualifier in track...also lettered in volleyball and cross country...voted Most Outstanding U.S. History Student in 2008.

GUARD

Opponent vs. Texas-Dallas vs. Howard Payne at Hardin-Simmons None None vs. University of Dallas 2 times (last vs. University of Dallas) 4 times (last at Ozarks) 3 times (last vs. University of Dallas) at LaGrange at LeTourneau vs. Howard Payne

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#32 • MICHELLE

GUARD

UZOMAH

Michelle Nhechinyere Uzomah...born July 22, 1988...daughter of Chris and Dorothy Uzomah...two siblings, Chris and Amaka...Chemistry major...transfer from Hill College prior to 2009-10 season...club team Houston Hoopstarz and Houston Elite...True Word Deliverance Ministry Baptist Church,...enjoys listening to music and shopping in her spare time...plans on becoming a pharmacist. HILL COLLEGE: Coached by Aaron Kallhoff...lettered two seasons... averaged 4.5 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.2 steals and 1.6 assists as a sophomore. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Doug Gibson at Dobie HS...four-time district champions...also played volleyball, softball and ran track...FCA... Who’s Who of American High School Students.

#3 • LEAH

5’7”

SENIOR

MICHELLE AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 25-12 25-12

FG-A(Pct.) 36-82 (.439) 36-82 (.439)

3PT-A(Pct.) 7-19 (.368) 7-19 (.368)

FT-A(Pct.) 19-29 (.655) 19-29 (.655)

Rbs-RPG 74-3.0 74-3.0

A 41 41

B 2 2

S 34 34

Pts.-PPG 98-3.9 98-3.9

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

GUARD

No. 27 4 7 2 3 4 4 6 5 1 5 11

Opponent 2 times (last at LeTourneau) vs. Texas Lutheran 3 times (last vs. Texas-Tyler) at Texas-Dallas at Concordia Texas at Concordia Texas 2 times (last at Ozarks) 4 times (last at Ozarks) at LeTourneau 2 times (last vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor) vs. Texas Lutheran at Concordia Texas

5’6”

SOPHOMORE

WILLIAMS

Leah Nicole Williams...born May 1, 1991...daughter of Dwayne Williams and Sharon Williams...has one brother, Geoffrey...Kinesiology major with a math minor...volunteer basketball coach at recreation center...club team Team Fort Worth...enjoys working out in spare time...wants to become a basketball coach. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Jennifer Smith at Brewer HS... first-team All-District last season and voted team’s best all-around player and team captain...Academic All-District...also ran track and powerlifting... National Honor Society, FCCLA, FCA and DECA.

H OUSTON, TEXAS

Date Feb. 2, 2010 Dec. 12, 2009 Feb. 4, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010 Dec. 7, 2009 Dec. 7, 2009 Feb. 20, 2010 Feb. 20, 2010 Feb. 2, 2010 Feb. 26, 2010 Dec. 12, 2009 Dec. 7, 2009

FORT W ORTH, TEXAS

LEAH AT ETBU YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 Career

GP-GS 12-0 22-17

FG-A(Pct.) 2-15 (.133) 32-97 (.330)

3PT-A(Pct.) FT-A(Pct.) 1-7 (.143) 3-5 (.600) 27-81 (.333) 1-2 (.500)

Rbs-RPG 3-0.3 29-1.3

A 5 10

B 0 2

S 4 2

Pts.-PPG 8-0.7 92-4.2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Category Minutes Played Field Goals Field Goal Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Point Attempts Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points

No. 10 1 3 1 1 3 4 1 2 0 1 3

Opponent at Hardin-Simmons 2 times (last vs. Texas-Tyler) 2 times (last at Hardin-Simmons) at Hardin-Simmons 7 times (last at Ozarks) at Ozarks at Ozarks 3 times (last at Ozarks) vs. Texas Lutheran None 4 times (last vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor) 2 times (last at Ozarks)

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NICOLE GRAHAM

#2 GUARD 5’7” Freshman-HS Flower Mound, TX Marcus HS

#21 GUARD 5’9”” Freshman-HS Athens, TX Athens HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Kit Kyle...2009 NTBCA All-Star team...2008-2009 varsity captain...2008-2009 district champion...2008-2009 bi-district champion.

Nicole Graham...born Oct. 3, 1991...daughter of Hattie and Teddy Graham...Elementary Education major with a Math minor...has four sisters: Vicky, Sarah, Jami and Nancy...First Baptist Church-Athens...has been on 15 mission trips... enjoys basketball, soccer, football, swimming, and other sports...plans to become a teacher and coach. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Austin Durrett... basketball team captain and second-team AllDistrict...Offensive Player of the Year in soccer... also ran cross country and track...National Honor Society and FCA.

#25 GUARD 5’8” Freshman-HS Broaddus, TX Broaddus HS Savannah Elizabeth Higginbotham...born Nov. 4, 1991...daughter of Billy and Deborah Higginbotham...has three brothers: William, Jeffrey and Joshua, and one sister, Starla...Accounting major...enjoys anything outdoors, sports, spending time with family and friends, listening to music.

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#23 GUARD 5’7” Freshman-HS Amarillo, TX Highland Park HS

#35 GUARD 5’9”” Freshman-HS Avinger, TX Avinger HS

#30 GUARD 5’7” Freshman-HS Lake Charles, LA Washington-Marion HS

Allison Nichole Jones... born March 10, 1992... daughter of Gary and Yogie Jones...has three sisters, Jessica, Ashley and Kristen...Athletic Training major...mission trip to Africa...ARBC youth group...enjoys hanging out with friends...wants to be a coach and athletic trainer.

Victoria Camille McReynolds...born Nov. 9, 1991...daughter of Rebecca McReynolds...has two brothers, Michael and Kaleb...Athletic Training major with a Kinesiology minor...Fellowship of Christian Athletes...enjoys spending time with family and friends, sleeping, playing basketball... wants to be an athletic trainer or coach.

HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Matt Taylor... Offensive Player of the Year in 2010...was also alldistrict in 2008...volleyball Defensive Player of the Year...lettered in volleyball, track, golf, tennis and basketball...FCA.

HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by D. J. Dunn...Newcomer of the Year in 2006-07...two-time first-team All-District...2010 District MVP...state champion in Class 1A free-throw percentage...Academic All-Star...Maypearl, Texas Roundup All-Star game...averaged 21 points per game...also ran cross country and was a cheerleader...regional trac qualifier as a freshman and junior...finished third in state as a high jumper during senior season... TABC All-Region honorable mention.

Coretta Yvonne Mingo...born Feb. 10, 1992...daughter of Pearl and Gerald Nelson...two brothers, Peyton and Jakobe...Kinesiology major with Athletic Training minor...enjoys listening to music, drawing...wants to be a physical therapist. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Nikki Mason... three-time All-District...was second-team All-State as a junior and first-team All-State as a senior...also made first-team All-Southwest Louisiana as a senior.

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Lindsay Ann Courtney...born June 11, 1991...daughter of Karen Courtney...one brother, Tyler...Kinesiology major...Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church...enjoys hunting, hanging out with friends...wants to be a basketball coach and math teacher.

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#42 GUARD 5’7” Freshman-HS Santa Fe, TX Santa Fe HS

#31 POST 6’0” Freshman-HS Longview, TX Pine Tree HS

#22 POST 6’0” Junior-TR Tyler, TX Winona HS

Valerie L. Parnell...born Sept. 24, 1991...daughter of Dennis and Vickie Parnell...one brother, Ryan...Nursing major. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Benjamin Law... first-team All-District...Academic All-District... also lettered in tennis and ran track.

Shelby Nicole Phariss...born Feb. 18, 1992...daughter of Cynde Phariss...one brother, Michael...Nursing major...enjoys hanging out with friends and family and having fun...wants to become a pediatric nurse. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Robin Herber... honorable mention All-District as a junior and senior...Academic All-District as a senior...Azelia Orthopedics All-Star game...played AAU basketball from 2007-10...also played softball, volleyball, and ran track.

CALLY ROBERTS

ENID SANCHEZ

#55 POST 5’11” Junior-HS Winona, TX Winona HS

#33 GUARD 5’8” Junior-tr El Paso, TX Clint HS

Cally Shea Roberts... born Sept. 12, 1989... daughter of Joel and Chrissy Roberts...two brothers: John and Andy, and one sister, Dusti...Nursing major...enjoys hanging out with friends, texting and riding horses...wants to become an ER nurse and also considering joining the military and becoming an officer. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time All-District firstteam in both basketball and volleyball...All-Academic team every year...two-time All-District in softball.

Holly Elizabeth Phelps...born Sept. 19, 1989...daughter of Greg and Shawn Phelps... two brothers, David and Matthew...Psychology major with a minor in Sociology...transfer from Northern Oklahoma College...plans to work on doctorate in Psychology with possible career in the Navy. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Brian Davenport...in basketball, was Newcomer of the Year, Co-Defensive MVP, Offensive MVP and MVP; two-time first-team All-Region and two-time first-team All-State; second-highest rebounding average in the region and fifth-leading scorer in the region; averaged 16 points and 12 rebounds per game while earning All-Defensive honors in the region; played on two regional finalists and two area finalists...Newcomer of the Year and honorable mention All-East Texas in volleyball... regional qualifier in the 100 meter hurdles in track, also regional finalist and state alternate in 300 meter hurdles...also competed in the long jump, triple jump and mile relay...MVP outfielder in softball...VCA All-Star team as a cheerleader... team regional qualifier in cross country.

Enid Aurora Sanchez... born Oct. 4, 1988... daughter of Rogelio and Aurora Sanchez...four brothers: Roger, Abner, Deon and Zahid...Athletic Training major with minors in Kinesiology, Psychology and Biology...transfer from Clarendon College...enjoys coloring, riding quads and doing her nails...wants to pursue a career in physical therapy. CLARENDON COLLEGE: Averaged 7.2 points, 3.6 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.7 steals per game as a sophomore in 2008-09...ranked second on team with 17 3-pointers in just 12 games played. HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by John Wilson...twotime team MVP and District MVP in 2006-07... three-time All-El Paso...2006-07 All-Region... three-time regional track qualifer...voted Defensive Player of the Year in volleyball in 2005-06.

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BLOCKED SHOTS Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. Blk 1 .......Karlee Wilson ........... 2008-10............ 96 2 .......Sunnie Davis ............. 2005-07............ 89 3 .......Alicia Bancroft .......... 1993-97............ 87 4 .......Tanasha Ellis ............. 2001-03............ 83 5 .......Erin Thompson......... 1999-01............ 55 6 .......Kara Cox-Mathis ...... 1997-99, 00-01... 48 D. Dee Dobbs ............ 1993-95............ 48 7 .......Chelsea Calcatera ..... 2001-04............ 45 8 .......Mary Slaughter ......... 2005-07............ 39 9 .......Tiffany Jefferson ....... 2002-06............ 37

FREE THROWS Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. FTM 1 .......Kelsey Moss ............... 1997-01............ 342 2 .......Vicky Pierce .............. 1984-88............ 328 3 .......Candy Vallo ............... 2004-07, 08-09 307 4 .......Queen Olumbo ......... 1995-99............ 283 5 .......Kamilla Moss ............ 1997-01............ 275 6 .......Bernadetta Ray ......... 1989-91............ 267 7 .......Tanasha Ellis ............. 2001-03............ 249 Ebony Mondy ............ 1998-00............ 249 8 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ 236 9 .......Marzetta Shepard ..... 2004-07............ 231 10 .....Alicia Bancroft .......... 1993-97............ 212 FIELD GOALS Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. FGM 1 .......Queen Olumbo ......... 1995-99............ 529 2 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ 527 3 .......Alicia Bancroft .......... 1993-97............ 467 Vicky Pierce .............. 1984-88............ 467 4 .......Sade’ Stewart ............. 2004-07............ 452 5 .......LaSandra Jackson ..... 1988-90............ 430 6 .......Stacy Conway ............ 1992-94............ 418 7 .......Candy Vallo ............... 2004-07, 08-09 410 Kamilla Moss........... 1997-01............ 410 8 .......Tanasha Ellis ............. 2001-03............ 377 9 .......Jackie Bailey .............. 1994-95............ 362 10 .....Mary Dudley ............. 1981-84............ 360

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Min. 200 FT Attempts Rk.....Player ......................... Year .................. Pct 1 .......Tanasha Ellis ............. 2001-03............ .833 2 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ .797 3 .......Amy Hyde ................. 1990-92............ .7762 4 .......Michelle Van Dyke ... 1985-87............ .7761 5 .......Latosha Malone ........ 1997-99............ .776 6 .......Candy Vallo ............... 2004-07, 08-09 .766 7 .......J.J. Murphy-Freeman 1990-94............ .757 8 .......Amanda Horton ....... 1993-96............ .756 9 .......Kelsey Moss ............... 1997-01............ .753 10 .....Alicia Bancroft .......... 1993-97............ .752 11 .....Vicky Pierce .............. 1984-88............ .744 Bernadetta Ray .......... 1989-91............ .744 3-POINT PERCENTAGE Rk.....Player ......................... Year .................. 3Pct 1 .......Amy Hyde ................. 1990-92............ .405 2 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ .387 3 .......Tracy Marbury .......... 1995-96............ .365 4 .......Sade’ Stewart ............. 2004-08............ .347 5 .......Latosha Malone ........ 1997-99............ .342 6 .......Kassi Harris ............... 2001-02, 03-05... .335 7 .......Kamilla Moss ............ 1997-01............ .331 8 .......Candace England ..... 1989-90............ .328 9 .......Amanda Horton ....... 1993-96............ .319 10 .....Candy Vallo ............... 2004-07, 08-09 .312 GAMES PLAYED Rk.....Player ......................... Year .................. GP 1 .......LeAnn Adkisson ....... 1992-96............ 123 2 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ 118 3 .......Kelsey Moss ............... 1997-01............ 116 4 .......Queen Olumbo ......... 1995-99............ 115 5 .......J.J. Murphy-Freeman . 1990-94............ 114 6 .......Kamilla Moss ............ 1997-01............ 111 7 .......Sandy Gabriel............ 1999-03............ 108 ..........Alicia Bancroft .......... 1993-97............ 108 9 .......Tiffany Jefferson ....... 2002-06............ 103 10 .....Nellece Malone ......... 1999-02, 03-04... 101 COACHING VICTORIES Rk.....Coach ......................... Years................. Wins 1 .......Kent Reeves ............... 1987-97............ 206 2 .......Sara Wooley .............. 1981-86............ 80 3 .......Michael Landers ....... 1997-00............ 75 4 .......Lisa Curliss-Taylor ... 2003-07............ 57 5 .......Denise Reed .............. 2001-03............ 25 6 .......Lane Loyd .................. 2008-10............ 21 Jack Beadles ............... 1979-81............ 21 7 .......Tracey Stellato ........... 2000-01............ 20 9 .......Jay Bowen .................. 2007-08............ 8

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ASSISTS Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. Ast. 1 .......J. J. Murphy-Freeman..1990-94............ 562 2 .......Kelsey Moss ............... 1997-01............ 490 3 .......Candace England ..... 1987-90............ 474 4 .......LeAnn Adkisson ....... 1992-96............ 419 5 .......Dana Davis ................ 1983-87............ 412 6 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ 370 7 .......Amy Hyde ................. 1990-92............ 369 8 .......Sade’ Stewart ............. 2004-08............ 304 9 .......Sandy Gabriel............ 1999-03............ 286 10 .....Marzetta Shepard ..... 2004-07............ 263

3-POINTERS Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. 3Pt. 1 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ 244 2 .......Kamilla Moss ............ 1997-01............ 163 3 .......Amy Hyde ................. 1990-92............ 136 4 .......Sade’ Stewart ............. 2004-08............ 130 5 .......Candy Vallo ............... 2004-07, 08-09 .. 123 6 .......Amanda Horton ....... 1993-96............ 87 7 .......Latosha Malone ........ 1997-99............ 80 8 .......Candace England ..... 1987-90............ 76 9 .......Tracy Marbury .......... 1995-96............ 69 10 .....Kassi Harris ............... 2001-02, 03-05 ... 52

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Min. 400 FG Attempts Rk.....Player ......................... Year .................. Pct. 1 .......Debbie Nolder .......... 1990-92............ .613 2 .......Bernadetta Ray ......... 1989-91............ .612 3 .......Tanasha Ellis ............. 2001-03............ .567 4 .......Jackie Bailey .............. 1993-95............ .554 5 .......Ebony Mondy ........... 1998-00............ .542 6 .......LaSandra Jackson ..... 1988-90............ .526

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REBOUNDS Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. Rebs. 1 .......Queen Olumbo ......... 1995-99............ 731 2 .......Tiffany Jefferson ....... 2002-06............ 721 3 .......LaSandra Jackson ..... 1988-90............ 664 4 .......Bernadetta Ray ......... 1989-91............ 632 5 .......Gloria Spann ............. 1983-85............ 627 6 .......Vicky Pierce .............. 1984-88............ 624 7 .......Alicia Bancroft .......... 1993-97............ 603 8 .......Erin Thompson......... 1999-01............ 574 9 .......Chelsea Calcatera ..... 2001-04............ 538 10 .....Shanteil Adams ......... 1994-98............ 525

STEALS Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. Stl. 1 .......Marzetta Shepard ..... 2004-07............ 213 2 .......Sandy Gabriel............ 1999-03............ 207 Queen Olumbo ......... 1995-99............ 207 3 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ 195 4 .......Kelsey Moss ............... 1997-01............ 189 5 .......Kamilla Moss ............ 1997-01............ 150 6 .......Ebony Mondy ........... 1998-00............ 136 7 .......Sade’ Stewart ............. 2004-08............ 131 8 .......LeAnn Adkisson ....... 1992-96............ 121 9 .......Erin Thompson......... 1999-01............ 113 10 .....Kara Cox-Mathis ...... 1997-99, 00-01 .. 102

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SCORING Rk.....Player ......................... Years................. Pts 1 .......Christi Coker ............ 1995-99............ 1,534 2 .......Queen Olumbo ......... 1995-99............ 1,379 3 .......Kamilla Moss ............ 1997-01............ 1,311 4 .......Vicky Pierce .............. 1984-88............ 1,265 5 .......Candy Vallo ............... 2004-07, 08-09 ... 1,250 6 .......Sade’ Stewart ............. 2004-08............ 1,244 7 .......Alicia Bancroft .......... 1993-97............ 1,204 8 .......LaSandra Jackson ..... 1988-90............ 1,005 9 .......Kelsey Moss ............... 1997-01............ 1,004 10 .....Tanasha Ellis ............. 2001-03............ 1,003 11 .....Stacy Conway ............ 1992-94............ 997 12 .....Bernadetta Ray ......... 1989-91............ 992 13 .....Marzetta Shepard ..... 2004-07............ 935 14 .....Jackie Bailey .............. 1993-95............ 920 15 .....Michelle Van Dyke ... 1985-87............ 875 16 .....J.J. Murphy-Freeman... 1990-94............ 851 17 .....Mary Dudley ............. 1981-84............ 839 18 .....Amy Hyde ................. 1990-92............ 838 19 .....Phyllis Boykins ......... 1983-85............ 827 20 .....Tiffany Jefferson ....... 2002-06............ 810


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POINTS: 578, Bernadetta Ray, 1989-90 POINTS PER GAME (min. 20 GP): 22.2, Bernadetta Ray, 1989-90 REBOUNDS: 377, Bernadetta Ray, 1989-90 REBOUND AVERAGE (min. 20 GP): 14.5, Bernadetta Ray, 1989-90 FIELD GOALS: 231, Stacy Conway, 1992-93 FREE THROWS: 159, Bernadetta Ray, 1989-90 3-POINTERS: 91, Christi Coker, 1995-96 ASSISTS: 247, Candace England, 1989-90 BLOCKS: 57, Sunnie Davis, 2005-06

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POINTS: 41, Bernadetta Ray vs. Southwestern, 1990 REBOUNDS: 36, LaSandra Jackson vs. Texas Wesleyan, 1989 ASSISTS: 16, Amy Hyde vs. Austin College, 1990 THREE-POINTERS: 7, Christi Coker vs. Wiley College, 1996 STEALS: 10, Marzetta Shepard at Schreiner, Nov. 10, 2004

ALL-TIME ROSTER Adams, Kim.............................................1976-77 Adams, Shanteil ......................................1994-98 Adkisson, LeAnn ....................................1992-96 Akins, Marleah........................................2008-09 Alexander, Dana .....................................2007-08 Alsbrook, Lea ..........................................1984-87 Alsobrook, Donna ..................................1977-80 Alston, Lennea ........................................2009-10 Anderson, Frankie ..................................1977-79 Anderson, Mary Jo .................................1976-77 Andrews, Terri ........................................1990-91 Ashley, Hallee ..........................................1995-96 Ayers, Randi ............................................2007-08 Bailey, Jackie ............................................1993-95 Baines, Shameka .....................................2006-07 Baker, Kristy ............................................2002-06 Bancroft, Alicia .......................................1993-97 Barnes, Samika ........................................2008-09 Barnett, Theresa ......................................1984-85 Barth, Sarah .............................................2005-06 Bartlett, Pam............................................1987-91 Beason, Tricia ..........................................1976-77 Bell, Carridy ............................2001-02, 2003-04 Bilnoski, Jordan ......................................2004-05 Bledsoe, Sheri ..........................................1982-83 Boggs, Macy ............................................2006-07 Bowden, Cheryl ......................................1981-85 Bowman, Julie .........................................2007-08 Boykins, Phyllis.......................................1983-85 Boyte, Jamie .............................................2002-03 Branch, Ashley ........................................2007-09 Breitenberg, Emily ..................................2004-05 Brewer, Kelli ............................................2002-03 Bridges, Julie............................................1996-98 Brock, Melinda........................................1981-83 Brooks, Armeka ......................................2007-08 Brown, Shanna ........................................2002-03 Brown, Nieishia ....................................2006-008 Bryant, Yvette ..........................................1979-83 Burnett, Hattie ........................................1977-80 Cadell, Lisa ..............................................1985-86 Calcatera, Chelsea ..................................2001-03 Calhoun, Beth .........................................2002-04 Calhoun, Kayce .......................................1997-99 Carter, Veronica ......................................2001-02 Clement, Marcy ......................................1997-98 Cloud, Ann ..............................................1988-91 Coker, Christi ..........................................1995-99 Copeland, Jessica ....................................2008-09 Cox-Mathis, Kara ...................1997-99, 2000-01 Craig, Joan ...............................................1976-77

Cranford, Denie ......................................1998-99 Crawford, Taquette .................................2006-07 Culpepper, Diann ...................................1981-83 Davis, Dana .............................................1983-87 Davis, Janelle ...........................................2006-07 Davis, Sunnie ..........................................2005-07 Dickens, Samantha .................................2006-07 Dill, Kim ..................................................1983-84 Dobbs, D. Dee .........................................1993-95 Doughty, Danielle ...................................2001-02 Drisdale, Angela .....................................1992-93 Durham, LaKeisha .................................1997-98 Dudley, Mary ..........................................1981-84 Edgarton, Stephanie ...............................1996-97 Ellis, Tanasha ...........................................2001-03 England, Candace ...................................1987-90 Esco, Tarrion ...........................................1985-86 Ewagata, Lilian ........................................1995-96 Faggott, Deborah ....................................1981-84 Featherston, Ashley ................................2009-10 Fitzgerald, Stacie .....................................1996-99 Ford, Teresa .............................................2000-01 Forrest, Jill ...............................................1992-93 Fountain, Tracy .......................................1994-95 Frazier, Rachel .........................................1981-82 Freeman, J. J.............................................1993-94 Gabriel, Sandy .........................................1999-03 Galliguez, Priscilla ..................................2009-10 Gardner, Tameka ....................................1999-03 Gideon, Kim ............................................1986-87 Gist, Sandra .............................................1985-86 Grasty, Cari..............................................1993-96 Gray, Nadine ...........................................1983-84 Greer, Heather.........................................2004-05 Griffin, Terri ............................................1976-77 Grisham, Julie .........................................1987-90 Guenther, Rhonda ..................................1992-94 Hamby, Lyndoll.......................................1976-77 Hardman, Desiree ..................................2008-09 Harrell, Satara .........................................2008-10 Harris, Kassi ............................2001-02, 2003-05 Harris, Kelsey ..........................................2009-10 Harwood, Michelle .................................2008-09 Hedrick, Theresa .....................................1985-86 Henderson, Kim .....................................1987-89 Hendricks, Christy .................................1990-91 Hinson, Shannon ....................................1987-88 Hoodye, Delyla .......................................2003-04 Hopkins, Sheena .....................................1994-95 Horton, Amanda ....................................1993-96 Howell, Denise ........................................1988-91

Hugman, Casey.......................................2004-05 Hunter, Sharon ........................................1987-88 Hyde, Amy ...............................................1990-91 Jackson, Barbara .....................................1976-77 Jackson, Lasandra ...................................1988-90 Jacobson, Annette...................................1984-86 Jefferson, Tiffany .....................................2002-06 Johngsma, Gerrtje ..................................1992-93 Johnson, Charlotte .................................2004-05 Johnson, Dominique ..............................2008-09 Johnson, Eva ............................................2003-04 Johnson, Jill .............................................1986-87 Jones, Chanel...........................................2002-03 Jones, Donetta .........................................1984-85 Jones, Stephanie ......................................2006-07 Josey, LaToya ...........................................2009-10 Keeling, Chris..........................................1996-97 Kidd, Judy ................................................1979-80 King, Jessica.............................................2009-10 King, Kelly ...............................................1981-82 King, Pam ................................................1977-80 Kroeck, Jequita ........................................1988-89 Langford, Jordan .....................................2009-10 Lasater, Kay .............................1976-77, 1978-79 Latin, Brandace .......................................2009-10 Lawrence, Amy .......................................1999-00 Lawrence, Shatawn .................................1999-01 Leek-Roberson, Emily ...........................2009-10 Leonard, Kim ..........................................2001-02 Lewis, Lori ...............................................2006-07 Lewis, Mary .............................................1976-77 Lister, Annette .........................................1981-82 Lott, Mary-Charlotte ..............................1999-00 Lowe, Angela ...........................................1986-87 Malone, Anita .........................................1996-97 Malone, Latosha......................................1997-00 Malone, Nellece ......................1999-02, 2003-04 Marbury, Tracy .......................................1995-96 Markham, Rene ......................................1978-80 McCasland, Tonya ..................................1994-95 McClendon, Carol ..................................1979-83 McCoy, Katie ...........................................2009-10 McCutcheon, Sonya ...............................1987-89 McEver, Cindy ........................................1977-80 McLaren, Kirsty ......................................1998-01 Massuzo, Joella ........................................1989-90 Miller, Dione ...........................................1986-88 Mitchell, Teresa .......................................1999-00 Mondy, Ebony .........................................1998-00 Moody, Reneida ......................................2005-06 Moore, Kat ...............................................1976-77

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Thompson, Erin ......................................1999-01 Thompson, Sandy ...................................1995-96 Toth, Rosemary.......................................1979-80 Trent, Brenda ..........................................1977-80 Trent, Charlotte.......................................1976-78 Ussery, Lori..............................................1986-87 Uzomah, Michelle ..................................2009-10 Vallo, Candy ............................2004-07, 2008-09 Van Dyke, Michelle ................................1985-87 Vickers, Debbie .......................................1988-90 Wagnon, Cheri ........................................1986-87 Ward, Leslie .............................................2006-07 Washington, Brenecia ............................2007-08 Washington, Federickia .........................2008-09 Washington, Gwen .................................1984-88 Washington, Kristinia ............................2008-09 Welch, Denise .........................................1976-77 West, Amy ...............................................1990-91 Wiebold, Tonya .......................................1981-84 Williams, Anna Lee ................................1978-79 Williams, Leah ........................................2009-10 Wilson, Alyson........................................1999-00 Wilson, Karlee .........................................2007-10 Wilson, Chellyn ......................................2000-01 Wilson, Melinda .....................................1981-82 Witherspoon, Michelle ..........................2007-08 Woodell, Meaghan .................................2005-08 Wright, Bethany ......................................2001-02 Wright, Mary Beth .................................1987-88 Wynn, Mardray .......................................2009-10 Yelverton, Sabrina...................................2003-06 Young, Michelle ......................................2005-08

RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS, D-3 ERA (1998-PRESENT) OPPONENT ...................H ....... A ........N .....OVR Jarvis Christian ................ 2-2 ...... 3-2 ......0-0 ......5-4 LaGrange .......................... 0-0 ...... 0-1 ......0-0 ......0-1 LeTourneau ..................... 13-0 ..... 7-5 ......0-0 .....21-4 Louisiana College ............ 6-4 ...... 4-6 ......0-0 ....10-10 LSU-Shreveport ............... 1-2 ...... 1-1 ......0-1 ......2-4 Master’s College ............... 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......1-0 ......1-0 McMurry .......................... 2-4 ...... 1-5 ......0-2 .....3-11 Mary Hardin-Baylor ....... 3-2 ...... 3-3 ......1-1 ......7-6 Mid-America Nazarene .. 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......0-1 ......0-1 Millsaps College............... 0-0 ...... 1-0 ......0-0 ......1-0 Mississippi College .......... 7-5 .....2-10 .....0-0 .....9-15 Mt. Vernon Nazarene ...... 1-0 ...... 0-0 ......0-1 ......1-1 Oakland City College ...... 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......1-0 ......1-0 Oglethorpe ....................... 0-0 ...... 0-1 ......0-0 ......0-1 Okla. Science & Arts ....... 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......1-0 ......1-0 Ouachita Baptist .............. 0-0 ...... 0-1 ......0-0 ......0-1

OPPONENT ...................H ....... A ........N .....OVR Ozarks .............................. 10-2 ..... 8-4 ......0-0 .....18-6 Schreiner ........................... 4-0 ...... 5-0 ......0-0 ......9-0 Southern Arkansas .......... 1-0 ...... 1-1 ......0-0 ......2-1 Sul Ross State ................... 3-1 ...... 4-2 ......0-0 ......7-3 SW Assemblies of God ... 1-0 ...... 0-0 ......0-0 ......1-0 Tarleton State ................... 0-0 ...... 0-1 ......0-0 ......0-1 Texas A&M-Commerce.... 0-0 ...... 0-1 ......0-0 ......0-1 Texas College.................... 1-0 ...... 0-0 ......0-0 ......1-0 Texas-Dallas ..................... 9-3 ...... 7-5 ......0-0 .....16-8 Texas Lutheran ................. 3-1 ...... 4-0 ......1-0 ......8-1 Texas-Tyler ....................... 3-3 ...... 2-6 ......0-0 ......5-9 Texas Wesleyan ................ 1-0 ...... 1-0 ......0-0 ......2-0 Trinity Christian .............. 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......1-0 ......1-0 Wiley College ................... 4-2 ...... 2-3 ......0-0 ......6-5 Totals ............................ 95-47 ... 71-78 ... 12-8 ...178-133 Percentages ................ .669.... .477 ... .600 .... .572

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OPPONENT ...................H ....... A ........N .....OVR Arkansas-Monticello ....... 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......2-0 ......2-0 Austin College.................. 6-2 ...... 2-5 ......0-0 ......8-7 Belhaven College ............. 1-1 ...... 1-1 ......0-0 ......2-2 Birmingham Southern .... 0-0 ...... 0-1 ......0-0 ......0-1 Christian Brothers ........... 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......0-1 ......0-1 Christian Heritage ........... 0-0 ...... 1-0 ......0-0 ......1-0 Concordia Texas .............. 2-2 ...... 2-3 ......0-0 ......4-3 Dallas................................. 6-0 ...... 4-0 ......0-0 .....10-0 Hannibal LaGrange ......... 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......1-0 ......1-0 Hardin-Simmons ............. 1-6 ...... 1-6 ......1-1 .....3-13 Harding ............................. 0-0 ...... 0-0 ......1-0 ......1-0 Hendrix College............... 0-1 ...... 0-1 ......0-0 ......0-2 Houston Baptist ............... 1-0 ...... 1-0 ......0-0 ......2-0 Howard Payne .................. 2-3 ...... 2-5 ......0-0 ......4-8 Huston-Tillotson ............. 1-0 ...... 0-0 ......0-0 ......1-0 Huntingdon ...................... 0-0 ...... 1-0 ......0-0 ......1-0

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Rodenberg, Sheri ....................................1976-77 Rodgers, Colleen.....................................1979-80 Rogers, Rebekah .....................................2008-09 Royal, Nelwyn .........................................1983-84 Rudd, Robin ............................................1982-84 Runion, Merideth ...................................2004-05 Rush, Jessie ..............................................1998-00 Russell, Tina ............................................1994-95 Sanders, Dorice .......................................2006-07 Sanders, Janice ........................................1987-89 Sharp, Kim ...............................................1993-94 Shaw, Debbie ...........................................1982-84 Shelby, Alecia ..........................................1986-87 Shepard, Marzetta...................................2004-07 Siler, Christi .............................................2003-04 Slaughter, Mary .......................................2005-07 Smith, Amber ..........................................1986-87 Smith, Sondra .........................................1984-88 Spann, Gloria ..........................................1983-85 Spross, Gayla ...........................................1978-82 Spross, Marla ...........................................1976-79 Stary, Kim ................................................1993-94 Stanfield, Vicky .......................................1992-93 Stephens, Charla .....................................1992-93 Stewart, Ruth ...........................................2009-10 Stewart, Sade’ ..........................................2004-08 Stone, Sydney ..........................................2008-09 Strother, Kaci...........................................2008-09 Taylor, Tena .............................................1979-80 Taylor, Stephanie.....................................2006-09 Terry, Julie ...............................................2000-01 Threlkeld, Marcy .....................................1978-79

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Moseley, Kim...........................................1992-93 Moss, Kamilla..........................................1997-01 Moss, Kelsey ............................................1997-01 Mowat, Leslie ..........................................1985-86 Murphy, J. J. .............................................1990-93 Murphy, Megan.......................................2007-08 Nelms, Amanda ......................................1990-91 Nolder, Deborah .....................................1990-91 Norman, Sonya .......................................1992-93 Norris, Kathy ...........................................1993-95 Nowell, Jodi .............................................2004-05 O’Callaghan, Aileen ...............................1995-96 Ogden, Shannan .....................................1996-97 Ogle, Kim.................................................1984-86 Oliveira, Marcia ......................................1992-93 Olumbo, Queen ......................................1995-99 Otieno, Jackie ..........................................1995-96 Panozzo, Angela......................................2008-09 Parker, Patrice .........................................2009-10 Pecory, Lisa ..............................................1988-90 Pierce, Vicky ............................................1984-88 Pemberton, Betsy....................................2000-02 Porter, Karra ............................................2005-06 Pugh, Misty .............................................1994-95 Ratcliff, Allison .......................................2004-05 Ray, Bernadetta .......................................1990-91 Robbins, Cheryl ......................................1981-83 Register, Venita .......................................1982-83 Rich, Cindy ..............................................1982-84 Roberts, Aleta..........................................1988-90 Roberts, Chloe ........................................2008-09 Rodberg, Nicole ......................................1998-00


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2010-2011 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DIRECTORY

EAST DIVISION

WEST DIVISION EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY TIGERS

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY TEXAS TORNADOS

MARSHALL, TEXAS

AUSTIN, TEXAS

Head Coach: Lane Loyd Basketball Office Phone: 903-923-2239 Sports Information Director: David Weaver S.I.D. Office Phone: 903-923-2129

Head Coach: Rusty Rainbolt Basketball Office Phone: 512-313-4509 Sports Information Director: Brandon Rohr S.I.D. Office Phone: 512-313-4514

LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY YELLOWJACKETS

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY COWBOYS

LONGVIEW, TEXAS

ABILENE, TEXAS

Head Coach: Corey Thomaston Basketball Office Phone: 903-233-3724 Sports Information Director: Alan Wiederhold S.I.D. Office Phone: 903-233-3735

Head Coach: Shanna Briggs Basketball Office Phone: 325-670-1468 Sports Information Director: Chad Grubbs S.I.D. Office Phone: 325-670-1473

LOUISIANA COLLEGE WILDCATS PINEVILLE, LOUISIANA

Head Coach: Janice Richard Basketball Office Phone: 318-487-7430 Sports Information Director: Will Tubbs S.I.D. Office Phone: 318-487-7590

HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY YELLOWJACKETS

BROWNWOOD, TEXAS

Head Coach: Joshua Prock Basketball Office Phone: 325-649-8110 Sports Information Director: Abram Choate S.I.D. Office Phone: 325-649-8111

UNIVERSITY OF MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR CRU BELTON, TEXAS

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE CHOCTAWS CLINTON, MISSISSIPPI

Head Coach: Paul Allen Duke Basketball Office Phone: 601-925-3360 Sports Information Director: David Nichols S.I.D. Office Phone: 601-925-3234

UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS EAGLES CLARKSVILLE, ARKANSAS

Head Coach: Carl Ramsey Basketball Office Phone: 479-979-1325 Sports Information Director: Josh Peppas S.I.D. Office Phone: 479-979-1483

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS COMETS

RICHARDSON, TEXAS

Head Coach: Polly Thomason Basketball Office Phone: 972-883-4077 Sports Information Director: Bruce Unrue S.I.D. Office Phone: 972-883-6308

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER PATRIOTS TYLER, TEXAS

Head Coach: Stasha Richards Basketball Office Phone: 903-565-5983 Sports Information Director: Peyton Low S.I.D. Office Phone: 903-565-5559

Head Coach: Kim Kirkpatrick-Thornton Basketball Office Phone: 254-295-4240 Sports Information Director: Jon Wallin S.I.D. Office Phone: 254-295-4611

MCMURRY UNIVERSITY ABILENE, TEXAS

Head Coach: Veronica Snow Basketball Office Phone: 325-793-4638 Sports Information Director: Kyle Robarts S.I.D. Office Phone: 325-793-4612

SCHREINER UNIVERSITY MOUNTAINEERS

KERRVILLE, TEXAS

Head Coach: Matt Wallis Basketball Office Phone: 830-792-7308 Sports Information Director: Wayne Hinkley S.I.D. Office Phone: 830-792-7449

SUL ROSS STATE UNIVERSITY LOBOS ALPINE, TEXAS

Head Coach: Jennifer Cramer Basketball Office Phone: 432-837-8230 Sports Information Director: Chris Kennedy S.I.D. Office Phone: 432-837-8234

TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY BULLDOGS SEGUIN, TEXAS

Head Coach: Roxanne Long Basketball Office Phone: 830-372-8125 Sports Information Director: Tim Clark S.I.D. Office Phone: 830-372-6877


ORNELAS GYMNASIUM

“WELCOME TO THE HOUSE OF BLUES” Ornelas Gymnasium, a gift from the Ornelas family of Tyler, was built in 1995 and replaced Keys Gymnasium as the home to ETBU basketball. Although Keys still stands as an intramural facility, it is on the east end of the complex that now includes Ornelas Gym on the west side and Dean Healthplex in the middle.

Ornelas Gym has bowl-stype seating, with three levels of seating extending down to the gym floor. The facility includes bleacher seats at floor level, reserved chairback in a mezzanine level and upper level general admission bleachers. ETBU students are allowed in the floor bleachers, typically across from the Tiger bench, to give the home fans a nice up-close view of the action. It also provides a nice homecourt advantage for the Tigers. In the summer of 2007, the gym floor received a facelift. ETBU’s trademark tiger-eyes logo was added to both baselines, and the floor was completely refinished with ETBU, ASC and NCAA logos added. As part of the complex that includes Ornelas Gym, Dean Healthplex was also constructed in 1995. Built with a gift from Ben and Mary Dean, the healthplex opened on the same day as Ornelas Gym and houses state-of-the-art equipment for physical fitness such as treadmills, stationary bicycles, stairmasters and both free and machine weightlifting stations. Dean Healthplex also has four racquetball courts. All healthplex facilities are free and open to ETBU faculty, staff and students. The complex also includes offices for athletic director, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer and volleyball coaches, as well as kinesiology faculty.


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