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TAREN MARTIN

CATY EETEN

2012 SLIAC COACH OF THE YEAR

2012 SLIAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME

2011-12 SEASON IN REVIEW

Women’s Basketball Quick Facts 3 Eureka College Information 4-5 The Reagan Center 6-7 What Graduates are Saying 8-9 Director of Athletics Paul Bryant 10-11 Quick Facts/Campus Phone Numbers 11 Eureka Athletics Staff 12

Postseason Notebook Game-by-Game Results Final Overall Statistics SLIAC Review SLIAC Team Leaders SLIAC Individual Leaders

2012-13 SEASON PREVIEW

Career Records Single-Season Records Single-Game Records All-Time Roster All-Time Scoring List Year-by-Year Results All-Time Series Results

Roster Schedule Season Preview Photo Roster

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MEET THE COACHING STAFF Head Coach Taren Martin Assistant Coaching Staff

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34-35 36 37 38 39 40

RECORDS & HISTORY 42 43 44 45-48 49 50-54 55-60

OPPONENT INFORMATION 2012-13 Opponent Profiles 62-65 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 66

MEET THE RED DEVILS Melissa Clements Kourtney Ewald Jaylynn Stewart Kiley Bugaieski Caty Eeten Amanda Schreck Jenna Brooks Returning Letterwinners Newcomers

24 25 MEDIA INFORMATION 26 Media/Website Information 27 28 29 30 31 32

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MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2012-13 Eureka College Women’s Basketball Media Guide is a production of the Eureka College Sports Information Office. Content was written and designed by Sports Information Director Bryan Moore. Editorial assistance was provided by Director of Athletics Paul Bryant, the coaching staff and student-athletes. Photography was provided by Bob Hunt and Eureka College. Front and back cover designs by Bryan Moore. Individuals with historical information that may be incorrect or that have been omitted from this guide are encouraged to contact the Eureka College sports information office.

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Letterwinners Returning/Lost 10/7 Starters Returning/Lost 2/3 2012-13 Newcomers 4 First Year of Basketball 1975-76 All-Time Record 455-423 2011-12 Record 21-5 Conference St. Louis Intercollegiate Year Joined 2006 All-Time Record 38-60 2011-12 SLIAC Record 13-3 (2nd of 9) Website sliac.org

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 15 N 24 N 28 D1 D4 D 14 D 17 D 19 D 20 J5 J8 J 10 J 12 J 14 J 17 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F2 F6 F9 F 13 F 16 F 19

at Knox CONCORDIA (Ill.) *MacMURRAY *at Spalding at RMU-Springfield at Silver Lake LAWRENCE $vs. Catholic $vs. UPR Mayaguez *WEBSTER *at Fontbonne *WESTMINSTER *at Greenville MOUNT MARY *PRINCIPIA *SPALDING *at Blackburn *at Webster *GREENVILLE *at Westminster *BLACKBURN *FONTBONNE *LINCOLN CHRISTIAN *at Principia *at MacMurray

6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 10 a.m. Noon 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

* -- SLIAC game $ -- San Juan Tournament (San Juan, Puerto Rico) All times Central and subject to change HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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THIS IS EUREKA COLLEGE THIS IS EUREKA COLLEGE Eureka College is a family. A small family. Our historic campus, located on 112 wooded acres in the heart of Central Illinois, can best be described as charming and friendly. Our focus on a comprehensive liberal arts education, with major emphasis on leadership and service to others, is one-of-a-kind. Our proximity to Peoria, Bloomington-Normal, Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis make us ideal for those looking for major market facilities, yet like to return to a safe, secure, and small town environment.

THE FOUNDING OF EUREKA COLLEGE Eureka College was founded by abolitionists from Kentucky who were members of a religious movement known as the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and were committed to providing young people a liberal education. These pioneers believed in an education infused with values as a basis for leadership. Chartered by the Illinois Legislature in 1855, Eureka was the first college in the state and third in the nation to admit men and women on an equal basis. To the present day, the college has continued to be interested in the development of character as well as intellect and technical competence with emphasis on service and leadership.

“Eureka, of course, is a Greek word that means I have found it and it described perfectly the sense of discovery I felt the day I arrived here in the fall of 1928. Eureka was everything I had dreamed it would be and more.” -- Ronald Reagan ‘32 40th President of the United States

HOW SMALL IS SMALL? Eureka College has just under 800 students. Is this a disadvantage? On the contrary -- we view it as an amazing advantage. David Everett’s (1769–1813) line, “...large streams from little fountains flow, tall oaks from little acorns grow “ rings true at Eureka. Each of those lucky enough to become a part of Eureka College and our traditions find themselves supported, encouraged, and treated, not as a number...but as the extraordinary and creative individuals they are.

President of the United States, serving as doctors, lawyers, teachers, and heads of non-profit organizations around the globe.

AROUND CAMPUS

As a student at Eureka College, getting involved is a tremendous opportunity that will have lasting impacts on your life; short term and long. With the turning of a new academic school year, the amount of organizations and activities are plentiful. No matter if you are a new first year, transfer student, commuter, or upperclassman, taking advantage of what we have to In this unique and empowering environment offer will be to your benefit. The college experience is about growing the holistic some of the best and brightest have student in all areas including outside the discovered their strong sense of self, their classroom. By giving of your time and vocation for their future, and a deep love Eureka College has had a major impact on talents to an organization, the organization for this special small campus. Imagine American life, with alumni who have had can thrive and your college experience will from this small campus has come forty-two successful careers in education, business, be even more valuable. college presidents, seven governors and management, the arts, and community members of Congress, a Nobel Laureate service. Graduates include forty-two The Student Activities Office at Eureka team member, and the 40th President college presidents, seven governors and College strives to promote co-curricular of the United States. EC has over 5,000 members of Congress, a Nobel Laureate involvement in the areas of organizations living graduates located around the world. team member, and former President Ronald and activities using various resources on You’ll fi nd many of them serving the current Reagan, Class of 1932. and off campus including the Cerf College

Eureka’s historic campus has 112 acres with 24 buildings. The College offers more than 30 majors and programs of study.

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THIS IS EUREKA COLLEGE Center; center of campus community life. We encourage personal development socially, interpersonally, and morally through student engagement. Providing programming, campus activities, and resources we strive to cultivate holistic student growth and development and in turn support the mission of Eureka College. The Donald B. Cerf Center is a focal point of campus activity, housing the “Burgoo“ -- the campus snack bar -- and the College Bookstore. The Cerf Center also houses the Ronald W. Reagan Museum. It is frequently the site of public and private events.

ABOUT THE FACULTY Eureka College faculty play a pivotal role in working toward the success of each and every EC student. The College has an average class size of fifteen students and a student-faculty ratio of 12:1. Many faculty have earned national and international recognition in their areas of scholarship, such as: social responses to alcoholism, the history of slavery; recognition in lepidoptery, philosophy, Native American literature; and individually recognized Fulbright Scholarship recipients.

SIMPLY PUT Eureka College is one of the best educational experiences that a prospective student can have. Eureka College is a remarkable family, populated with some of the finest, dedicated, caring individuals in the world. Over 150 years of excellence in learning, service, and leadership is our guiding force. Unfortunately, the College simply cannot accommodate everyone. Entrance is limited. This opportunity should not be allowed to slip by.

THE PRESIDENT’S WELCOME On behalf of all Eureka College students, faculty, staff, alumni and trustees, I am pleased to welcome you to Eureka College. We are happy to have you on campus as we observe our 158th year of excellence in learning, leadership and service. Athletics play an important role in the lives of students at Eureka College. Nearly half of our students play a sport at the intercollegiate level and most other students participate at the intramural level. Athletic teams are integral to the educational process, providing means to learn leadership, discipline, tenacity, persistence and cooperation. I am proud of the student-athletes that you are watching today. They are wonderful ambassadors for Eureka College, and their efforts exemplify learning outside of the classroom, developing teamwork and building school spirit. J. David Arnold, Ph.D. President of the College

THE REAGAN INFLUENCE They were simply known as Dutch and Moon, nicknames passed down from their father. Ron was thought to have resembled “the Dutchman” while Neil looked like comic strip character “Moon Mullins” with his slicked back hair. The names stuck. During his four years at Eureka, Reagan demonstrated his gratitude by immersing himself in the life of the College. He even convinced his older brother Neil to enroll in the fall of 1928, creating the enviable situation of his older brother waiting on him as a pledge at the TKE house. Ronald Reagan graduated in 1932 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in social science and economics. He moved to Davenport, Iowa, to accept a position as a sports announcer for radio station WOC. His career led him on to Hollywood and then into state and national politics, but his loyalty to Eureka College was evidenced by his three six-year terms on the College’s Board of Trustees and his continual involvement in various college related events. In his 1992 Commencement address, President Reagan related the experience of the class of 1932. “We took with us from Eureka College the strength born of a spirit of fellowship, willingness to work together for common goals, and a deep faith in the word of God.” In the case of Ronald Reagan, who graduated from Eureka in the early years of the Depression, those values propelled him to a lifetime of leadership. From sports broadcaster, to actor, to politician, Dutch Reagan’s four years of personal development at Eureka launched him into a lifetime of leadership.

Nearly 300 Eureka College students participate in athletics. A total of 27 student-athletes earned their degrees in May 2012.

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THE REAGAN CENTER

THE REAGAN CENTER The Reagan Center, the building that serves as home to the Eureka College athletics department, will play host to Eureka men’s basketball for the 43rd consecutive season in 2012-13. The facility has seen significant upgrades in recent years, including a new hardwood playing surface in the arena in June 2011 and a pair of new state-of-the-art scoreboards in December 2010. Eureka has won more than 60 percent of its home games since the Red Devils’ gameby-game records began in 1983, posting a 207-124 (.625) home record. The Red Devils have earned a winning record on their home floor 19 times in the last 29 seasons, including eight seasons of 10 wins or more and perfect home records in 1985-86 (7-0) and 1991-92 (10-0). Eureka’s 10-2 home record last season marked its first winning record at home since the 2006-07 season, as well as the first 10-win campaign since the 2005-06 season.

The weight-training facility was revamped in July 2012 with a new rubber floor and a large array of new weights for EC studentathletes. Featuring a 1,500-seat arena for basketball and volleyball, the Reagan Center arena plays host to more than 30 events each year. The building also boasts a competition-sized pool that serves as the home to the Eureka swim team and hosts the Eureka College Sprint Swim Meet each January. A hardwood floor was installed in the arena in June 2011, a surface formerly used as a practice floor by the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves. The portable surface features a parquet design and was installed in pieces and painted by Clarkston, Mich.based Game Day Athletics. The installation crew, headed by Tom Petrie, also installed and painted the Reagan Center’s previous playing surface.

where he was the Vice President of the North America Commercial Division from 1993 until 1999. Also dedicated on Oct. 4, 2007 was the Rigazio Lobby for 1976 Eureka College graduate Steve Rigazio. Named and funded in his memory by his parents Gretchen and Tony Rigazio, Rigazio was the president of Nevada Power Company at the time of his illness and death in 2001. The Rigazio Lobby features a double trophy case displaying Eureka’s finest athletic accomplishments, as well as a high-definition television showcasing the members of the Eureka College Athletics Hall of Fame. On Dec. 3, 2011, Eureka hosted a halftime ceremony to dedicate “Championship Circle”, named for Hall of Fame head coach Dave Darnall and all 20 of his men’s basketball squads from 1974 through 1994. More than 75 former Red Devils joined Darnall and his family on the floor for the ceremony (pictured opposite page, bottom left).

The multi-purpose facilty, named after alums Ronald Reagan (‘32) and Neil Reagan (‘33), opened in 1970 and hosts the offices for the Eureka athletics department. The building also houses Eureka’s on-campus athletic training facility, a weight-training area for Eureka studentathletes and classrooms for the Eureka College physical education department.

Dedicated for Ronald P. Bonati on Oct. 4, 2007, the the Bonati Fitness Center is the on-campus training facility for the campus and community. Named for Bonati and funded by his wife Christine Bonati Bollwinkle, the facility provides the campus and community a state-of-the-art fitness center. Bonati attended Eureka College from 1957 until 1960 and served as a trustee for Eureka College from 1993 through 1999. He had a 34-year management career with Caterpillar, Inc.

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In addition to hosting more than 1,000 athletic events over its 42-year history, the arena also hosted commencement addresses from President Ronald Reagan in 1982 and 1992. The facility also served as a location of a visit from former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev during his trip to campus in honor of Eureka’s “Ronald Reagan Day” in March 2009.


THE REAGAN CENTER

THE RED DEVILS IN THE REAGAN CENTER Season 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

W 7 10 7 9 6 8 2 9 10 11 10 8 8 6 8

L 1 1 0 2 3 6 9 4 0 2 1 4 3 6 2

(Since 1983-84) Pct. Season .875 1998-99 .909 1999-00 1.000 2000-01 .818 2001-02 .667 2002-03 .571 2003-04 .200 2004-05 .692 2005-06 1.000 2006-07 .846 2007-08 .909 2008-09 .667 2009-10 .727 2010-11 .500 2011-12 .800 Totals

W L 5 6 3 6 5 7 3 9 10 3 8 5 12 2 10 3 8 4 4 7 3 10 3 9 4 7 10 2 207 124

Pct. .455 .333 .417 .250 .769 .615 .857 .769 .667 .364 .231 .250 .364 .857 .625

DIRECTIONS AND INFORMATION FROM THE WEST (PEORIA) •Travel east on US Route 24 •Turn right onto South Main Street/Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn left onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left FROM THE EAST (BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL) •Travel west on Interstate 74 •Take exit 92, turning right (north) onto Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn right onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left FROM THE NORTH (CHICAGO/SUBURBS) •Travel south on Interstate 55 •Take exit 187, turning right (west) onto US Route 24 •Turn left onto South Main Street/Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn left onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left FROM THE SOUTH (ST.LOUIS/SPRINGFIELD) •Travel north on Interstate 55 •Take exit 127, keeping left onto Interstate 155 (north) •Merge onto Interstate 74 (east) toward Bloomington •Take exit 112, turning left (north) onto Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn right onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left TICKETS All women’s basketball tickets are general admission. Season passes are available by contacting the Eureka athletics office at (309) 467-6370. PARKING Fans are encouraged to park in the main lot on the west side of the Reagan Center. Overflow parking is available on the east side of the facility.

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WHAT GRADUATES ARE SAYING

“Eureka College has not only armed me with the right attitude and tools to be successful in the real world, but has also provided me with a network of people who will be willing to help me in any way they can.” -- Marisa Durley ‘11 Eureka College Volleyball, 2007-10 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention (2010)

“Eureka College allowed me to be involved. It was a perfect fit athletically, academically and socially. My four years at Eureka will be the most memorable fouryear span of my life.”

“If I had to do it all over again, I’d go to Eureka College.” -- Ronald Reagan ‘32 Eureka College Football, Swimming and Track & Field 40th President of the United States

-- Mark Darnall ‘09 Eureka College Men’s Basketball, 2005-09 Eureka College Men’s Soccer, 2007

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my playing career at Eureka College. I won’t forget the accomplishments of the baseball program during my time at the college.” -- Tim Cashdollar ‘11 Eureka College Baseball, 2008-11 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention (2010, 2011)

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“Eureka College gave me great opportunities and experiences as a student-athlete. Being a Red Devil has provided memories and friendships to last a lifetime.” -- Jessica Reardon ‘05 Eureka College Women’s Basketball, 2001-05 All-NIIC First Team (2003, 2004, 2005) Eureka All-time Leading Scorer (1,483 points) Eureka College Softball, 2002-05

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WHAT GRADUATES ARE SAYING

“Playing college basketball was a dream and Eureka College made it an experience I will never forget. My days at Eureka hold a special place in my heart and memories that I will cherish forever.”

“I truly owe what I am today to Eureka College.”

-- Kim Holdenrid ‘07 Eureka College Women’s Basketball, 2003-07

-- Laura Willman Moore ‘10 Eureka College Volleyball, 2006-09 All-SLIAC Second Team (2009)

EUREKA COLLEGE ALMA MATER ‘Neath the Elms upon the campus Glorious to view

“Eureka College taught me to push and strive for excellence in all aspects of life. I can look back on my time here and not have one regret from it.” -- Jordan Vignoni ‘10 Eureka College Football, 2006-09 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention (2008)

Stands Eureka, Alma Mater; Faithful, tried and true.

Lift the chorus, speed it onward Ne’er our voices fail Praise to thee, O fair Eureka Praise to thee, all hail.

When we leave thy halls forever never to return Still within our hearts fond memories steadily will burn.

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“Having the opportunity to be a two-sport athlete at Eureka College has allowed me to continue my passion for education. EC athletics has helped me become the teacher and coach I am today.” -- Nicole Ropp ‘09 Eureka College Women’s Basketball, 2007-08 Eureka College Softball, 2008-09 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention Softball (2009)

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS PAUL BRYANT

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS PAUL BRYANT Paul Bryant is in his fifth year as the Director of Athletics at Eureka College. Since Bryant arrived at the helm of Eureka’s athletic department in the summer of 2008, the Red Devils have experienced unprecedented success on the playing field and in the classroom. After only two Eureka squads qualified for the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason from 2006 through 2009, the Red Devils have qualified for six SLIAC Tournaments in Bryant’s four years as Director of Athletics, including championship game appearances by men’s basketball in 2010 and women’s basketball in 2012. In all, five of Eureka’s nine eligible programs have played in the SLIAC Tournament during Bryant’s tenure, including multiple appearances from men’s basketball (2010, 2012). In addition to the strides the Red Devils have made on the playing field, Bryant has also placed a significant emphasis on academics, creating the Director of Athletics Honor Roll prior to the 2009-10 academic year. A record-high 81 student athletes were named to the A.D. Honor Roll in Spring 2010, while Eureka is represented on a regular basis on the SLIAC and Upper Midwest Athletic Conference All-Academic Teams. Eureka earned a total of 27 academic all-conference selections during the 2011-12 year, and five student-athletes to earn the award participated in more than one sport. Bryant has also made tremendous use of Eureka’s celebrated athletics history, welcoming a pair of Eureka College Hall of Famers back to the athletics staff as head coaches. On Dec. 4, 2008, Bryant hired 1998 EC graduate Kurt Barth to direct the Eureka football program. Barth, who starred on the gridiron for the Red Devils from 1994 through 1997, has rapidly made his mark on the Red Devils. Barth has coached Eureka to its most successful three-season stretch in more than a decade and posted the best 30-game debut by a Eureka football coach since 1997. Barth’s influence has also allowed the Red Devils to produce recordbreaking statistics on the playing field, as Eureka has broken 14 team and individual program records since his arrival in 2009. Nearly one year later to the day after Barth’s arrival, Bryant chose Eureka icon Craig Gerdes as the new head coach of the baseball squad on Dec. 1, 2009. Gerdes promptly guided to the Red Devils to a program-record 19 victories and their first-ever appearance in the SLIAC Tournament in 2010. The effort earned Gerdes SLIAC Coach of the Year honors. The 1971 Eureka graduate won 31 games in two seasons as head coach prior to his retirement in 2011.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS PAUL BRYANT Bryant has spearheaded several projects to improve Eureka’s on-campus facilities. In June 2011, Bryant secured the funding for the purchase and installation of a new hardwood floor in the Reagan Center. The surface, formerly used as a practice floor by the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves, gives Eureka a regulation hardwood floor for basketball and volleyball for the first time since 2008. In addition to the hardwood floor, two new state-of-the-art Nevco scoreboards were installed in the arena in December 2010, and new shot clocks were installed in June 2012. The latest facilities improvement under Bryant’s watch was “The McKinzie Project”. A permanent brick wall was installed at the Red Devils’ football facility along Reagan Drive in addition to improvements to the visiting bleachers and the installation of a new fence behind the visitors’ sideline. A native of Dayton, Ohio, Bryant was formerly Associate Director of Athletics at Urbana University in Urbana, Ohio. In addition to his administrative duties at UU, Bryant served as the men’s basketball head coach for five seasons. While guiding the Blue Knights, Bryant was chosen as the American Mideast South Division Coach of the Year and American Mideast Conference Coach of the Year. Before coaching at Urbana, Bryant began his coaching career at the collegiate level during the 1996-97 season as a men’s basketball assistant coach at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. He went on to become the head coach at Sinclair the following season, directing the Pride for six seasons from 1997 until 2003. During his six seasons, Bryant won 88 games, led Sinclair to four NJCAA Division II regional appearances, two national tournament berths and a national runner-up finish in 1998. He was named the Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year. While in Dayton, Bryant also served for eight years as the CEO of the community’s Learn to Lead youth services agency, where he licensed foster parents and placed foster children in appropriate homes.

EUREKA COLLEGE QUICK FACTS 300 East College Avenue Eureka, Illinois 61530 Founded 1855 Enrollment 760 Nickname Red Devils Colors Maroon & Gold National Affiliation NCAA Division III Conference Affiliation St. Louis Intercollegiate Upper Midwest (Football) President Dr. J. David Arnold Provost Dr. Philip Acree Cavalier VP / Finance / Facilities / CFO Marc Pasteris VP / Development / Alumni Relations Mike Murtagh Dean of Students Brooke Campbell Director of Athletics Paul A. Bryant Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Junius Rodriguez

Address

CAMPUS PHONE NUMBERS Area Code 309 Main Campus Phone Admissions Bookstore The Burgoo Campus Security Cerf Center Development Financial Aid Learning Center Media Relations Melick Library Residence Life Student Programs and Services (SPS)

ATHLETICS PHONE NUMBERS

Athletics Main Office Bryant played four years of college basketball between North Idaho Athletics Fax College and Alaska Pacific University before earning a bachelor’s Sports Information degree from APU in 1989 and a master of education degree from Athletic Training Urbana University. Bonati Fitness Center Rigazio Lobby Bryant is a member of the National Association of Basketball Pool Office Coaches, Black Coaches and Administrators and the National NCAA Compliance Association of College Directors of Athletics. He also served Baseball as the SLIAC Administrative Council Chair during the 2010-11 Men’s Basketball academic year. Women’s Basketball Cross Country Bryant and his wife Shannon reside in Eureka and have two Football children, Kayla (18) and Paul, Jr. (12). Kayla is a freshman at Golf Eureka College and a member of the women’s basketball team. Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track & Field

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467-3721 467-6350 467-6427 467-6428 467-6600 467-6407 467-6317 467-6310 467-6520 467-6318 467-6380 467-6420 467-6420

Area Code 309 467-6370 467-6402 467-6456 467-6378 467-6658 467-6659 467-6375 467-6865 467-6586 467-6371 467-6865 467-6370 467-6369 467-6370 467-6465 467-6465 467-6376 467-6375 467-6372 467-6369

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EUREKA COLLEGE ATHLETICS STAFF

AMOS ARBOGAST

JANE AUSTIN

KURT BARTH

KHASSANDRAE BROWN

BILL CONGER

ISAAC COX

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Swimming & Diving Head Coach

Football/Track Head Coach

Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Baseball Head Coach

JOE DeLUCIA

SARA EGGLESTON

SEEFF GRAUER

RANDY HENKELS

KIM HOLDENRID

DEREK JOHNSON

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Football Assistant Coach

Assistant A.D. Head Athletic Trainer

Administrative Assistant

Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Football Assistant Coach

DERIC LINDER

TAREN MARTIN

DOUG MIDDENDORF

MIKE MINEHAN

BRYAN MOORE

MORGAN MURPHY

Football Assistant Coach

Assistant A.D./SWA WBB Head Coach

Golf Head Coach

Football Assistant Coach

Sports Information Director

Football Assistant Coach

DEBI NEFF

ROBIN RAMIREZ

DeRICCO REED

MICHELLE REEF

WES SCHMIDGALL

Softball Head Coach

Cross Country Head Coach

CHIP WILDE

Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Volleyball Head Coach

Football Assistant Coach

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

BOBBY WILSON

J.L. ZAPUSHEK

K.T. ZAPUSHEK

Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

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2012-13 ROSTER

2012-13 EUREKA COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER

No. 3 5 10 11 12 13 14 22 23 32 33 34 44 45

Name Andrea Lietz Kourtney Ewald Kiley Bugaieski Jenna Brooks Amanda Schreck Emily Camden Aubrey Molln Caty Eeten Taylor Muehlich Jaylynn Stewart Kelsey Shoemake Kayla Bryant Victoria White Melissa Clements

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

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

Ht. 5-8 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-6 6-2

Exp. HS 1L 2L 1L 2L HS HS 2L 1L 1L 1L HS 1L 1L

Hometown Winchester, Ill. Ottawa, Ill. Tremont, Ill. Peoria, Ill. Monmouth, Ill. Green Valley, Ill. LaMoille, Ill. Eureka, Ill. Tremont, Ill. Taylorville, Ill. East Peoria, Ill. Eureka, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Sheridan, Ill.

High School/Previous School Winchester Ottawa/Illinois Valley Tremont Limestone Monmouth-Roseville Midwest Central LaMoille Eureka Tremont Taylorville/Illinois State East Peoria Eureka Dunbar Serena/Illinois Valley

Head Coach: Taren Martin (Illinois State ‘04), 3rd season, 30-20 (.600) Assistant Coaches: Khassandrae Brown (Eureka ‘12), 1st season; Paul Bryant (Alaska Pacific ‘89), 2nd season; Bobby Wilson, 1st season Experience (Exp.) Key: 1L: one letter • 2L: two letters • 3L: three letters • TR: Transfer • HS: High School

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2012-13 SCHEDULE

2012-13 EUREKA COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date NOVEMBER 15 24 28 DECEMBER 1 4 14 17 19 20 JANUARY 5 8 10 12 14 17 19 23 26 30 FEBRUARY 2 6 9 13 16 19

Opponent

Location

Time

at Knox CONCORDIA (Ill.) *MacMURRAY

Galesburg, Ill. Reagan Center Reagan Center

*at Spalding at Robert Morris-Springfield at Silver Lake LAWRENCE vs. Catholic (D.C.) vs. Puerto Rico-Mayaguez

Louisville, Ky. Springfield, Ill. Manitowoc, Wis. Reagan Center San Juan, Puerto Rico San Juan, Puerto Rico

*WEBSTER *at Fontbonne *WESTMINSTER *at Greenville MOUNT MARY *PRINCIPIA *SPALDING *at Blackburn *at Webster *GREENVILLE

Reagan Center St. Louis, Mo. Reagan Center Greenville, Ill. Reagan Center Reagan Center Reagan Center Carlinville, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Reagan Center

1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

*at Westminster *BLACKBURN *FONTBONNE LINCOLN CHRISTIAN *at Principia *at MacMurray

Fulton, Mo. Reagan Center Reagan Center Reagan Center Elsah, Ill. Jacksonville, Ill.

5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. Noon 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m.

All times Central and subject to change HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS * -- St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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2012-13 OUTLOOK Less than 12 months removed from the fourth 20-win season in program history and a run to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament championship game, the Eureka College women’s basketball team will look to take the next step in 2012-13 and earn the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament berth. Three players that started at least 11 games and 10 letterwinners overall return for 2012 SLIAC Coach of the Year Taren Martin. The third-year head coach has promply turned the Red Devils into one of the top programs in the SLIAC and has won 30 games in two seasons to already rank third on Eureka’s all-time coaching wins list. Senior forward Jaylynn Stewart will highlight EC’s senior class and enter her first full season in a Eureka uniform in 2012-13. The Taylorville, Ill. native transferred to the program in December 2011 after appearing in 26 contests for Division I Illinois State from 2009 through 2011. Stewart will provide an inside option as one of Eureka’s tallest players, averaging nearly five boards per game and collecting a career-high 12 rebounds against Concordia (Wis.) during Eureka’s trip to Las Vegas last season. She’ll also be a threat on

the perimeter after knocking down 18 3-pointers for the Red Devils a year ago. Kourtney Ewald is back in the Eureka backcourt after appearing in 17 games as a junior last season. The Illinois Valley transfer, who also stars on Eureka’s track & field team in the spring, led the Red Devils and ranked seventh among SLIAC players with a 1.3 assist-to-turnover ratio last season. The Red Devils will also get a boost up front from senior forward Melissa Clements. The tallest player on the roster, Clements appeared in 24 games last season as Eureka’s top reserve in the frontcourt. Her 53 career rebounds rank fifth among active Red Devils. The 2012 SLIAC Player of the Year, Caty Eeten returns for her third season. Perhaps the most prolific scorer in the history of the program, Eeten broke Eureka’s single-season scoring record with 594 points last season, and her 22.8 points per game led the SLIAC and ranked fifth in NCAA Division III. She enters the upcoming campaign with 895 points and will likely become the 14th player in program history to score 1,000 points before SLIAC play hits full swing after the first of the new year. The Eureka native also broke Eureka’s

single-season record with 190 free throws last season, as well as single-game records throughout the campaign with 49 points, 17 field goals, 20 free throws and 14 assists. She was a four-time SLIAC Player of the Week, a two-time choice for the D3Hoops. com Team of the Week and named to the D3Hoops.com Central Region Second Team. Tremont native Kiley Bugaieski enters the upcoming campaign as Eureka’s most experienced Division III players, having appeared in 49 games since joining the program in 2010. Bugaieski has already made an impact in Eureka’s record book as one of the program’s best 3-point shooters, as her 45 baskets from long range already rank tied for 10th all-time. Her career shooting percentage from beyond the arc of 33.1 percent is the fourth-highest percentage in program history. Amanda Schreck joins Bugaieski as one of Martin’s first recruits that joined the program as freshmen in 2010. Schreck has been one of Eureka’s top reserves over the previous two seasons, averaging nearly a dozen minutes per game and knocking down 23 3-point field goals in 38 career appearances. Victoria White rounds out Eureka’s junior class. White played in seven games off the bench last season and will provide depth in

Sophomore Jenna Brooks (left), junior Caty Eeten (middle) and senior Jaylynn Stewart (right) return as players that started at least 11 games last season. A total of 10 letterwinners return from last season’s squad that won 21 games.

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2012-13 OUTLOOK Eureka’s backcourt. Sophomore guard Jenna Brooks returns for the Red Devils after joining Stewart and Eeten as players to start at least 11 games a year ago. Brooks played in all 26 contests in her first collegiate season, averaging 5.0 points per game and ranking third among Eureka players with 48 assists. Kelsey Shoemake will enter her first full season as a Red Devil in 2012-13. Like Stewart, the 6-foot Shoemake joined the Red Devils at semester break last season. She averaged 2.4 points in 15 reserve appearances and will likely play a much expanded role in Eureka’s frontcourt rotation during the upcoming campaign. After injuries kept her on the sidelines for all of 2011-12, sophomore guard Taylor Muehlich will enter the upcoming campaign with a clean bill of health. Muehlich was an all-conference player and high school teammate of current Red Devil Kiley Bugaieski at Tremont. Eureka will welcome a group of four freshmen to the program this season, each of which enjoyed decorated high school careers. Kayla Bryant, the daughter of Eureka Director of Athletics and assistant coach Paul Bryant, will bolster the Red Devils’ interior depth after helping Eureka High School to an IHSA sectional crown last spring. Emily Camden will also join the program after receiving all-conference honors at Midwest Central High School. Camden led her prep squad to a regional crown and also qualified for IHSA 3-point shootout as a junior in 2011. Illinois Basketball Coaches’ Association AllState honoree Andrea Lietz is also new to the Red Devils. Lietz led Winchester High School to an IHSA 1A state championship as a junior in 2011 and a runner-up finish as a freshman in 2009. LaMoille native Aubrey Molln rounds out Eureka’s talented freshman class. A threeyear captain at LaMoille High School, Molln averaged a double-double as a senior on her way to earning All-Little 10 Conference accolades.

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The Red Devils will open their 38th season of women’s competition on Nov. 15 in a non-conference matchup at Knox. Eureka will host longtime non-conference nemesis Concordia (Ill.) in the home opener on Nov. 24. SLIAC play opens Nov. 28 versus MacMurray at the Reagan Center. The Red Devils’ first SLIAC road trip comes Dec. 1 at Spalding in Louisville, Ky. The final five games in the month of December will be against non-conference competition. Eureka will visit Robert Morris-Springfield on Dec. 4 before traveling to Silver Lake in Manitowoc, Wis. on Dec. 14, the northernmost road trip in the history of the program. Eureka will host first-time opponent Lawrence on Dec. 17, its final home game before breaking for the holidays. The highlight of Eureka’s non-conference schedule will be a two-game trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico in mid-December. The Red Devils will square off against 2012 NCAA Tournament qualifier Catholic (D.C.) on Dec. 19 before playing NCAA Division II independent Puerto Rico-Mayaguez on Dec. 20. Following semester break, January and February features 14 games against SLIAC competition. The Red Devils’ final non-conference games of the season will come Jan. 14 at the Reagan Center versus Division III independent Mount Mary, and Feb. 13 when Lincoln Christian visits to the Reagan Center. The top four teams in the final regular season SLIAC standings will qualify for the league’s annual postseason tournament at the site of the regular season conference champion. The semifinal round will take place on Thursday, Feb. 21, with the championship game being contested on Saturday, Feb. 23. The SLIAC Tournament champion will represent the league in the NCAA Division III Tournament in early March.

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS Games Played Kiley Bugaieski Jaylynn Stewart Caty Eeten Amanda Schreck Jenna Brooks

49 46 43 38 26

Points Caty Eeten Kiley Bugaieski Jaylynn Stewart Jenna Brooks Amanda Schreck

895 216 180 130 99

Rebounds Caty Eeten Jaylynn Stewart Kiley Bugaieski Jenna Brooks Melissa Clements

287 90 66 65 53

Assists Caty Eeten Jenn Brooks Jaylynn Stewart Kiley Bugaieski Amanda Schreck

161 48 42 38 32

Steals Caty Eeten Jaylynn Stewart Kiley Bugaieski Amanda Schreck Jenna Brooks

74 26 25 22 21

Blocked Shots Caty Eeten Kelsey Shoemake Melissa Clements Jenna Brooks Jaylynn Stewart

41 6 5 3 3

3-Point Field Goals Kiley Bugaieski Caty Eeten Amanda Schreck Jaylynn Stewart Jenna Brooks

45 24 23 18 13

Free Throws Caty Eeten Jaylynn Stewart Kiley Bugaieski Jenna Brooks Amanda Schreck

291 34 29 27 14

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KOURTNEY EWALD

KILEY BUGAIESKI

JENNA BROOKS

AMANDA SCHRECK

Freshman • Guard Winchester, Ill.

Senior • Guard Ottawa, Ill.

Junior • Guard Tremont, Ill.

Sophomore • Guard Peoria, Ill.

Junior • Guard Monmouth, Ill.

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EMILY CAMDEN

AUBREY MOLLN

CATY EETEN

TAYLOR MUEHLICH

JAYLYNN STEWART

Freshman • Guard Green Valley, Ill.

Freshman • Guard LaMoille, Ill.

Junior • Guard Eureka, Ill.

Sophomore • Guard Tremont, Ill.

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KAYLA BRYANT

VICTORIA WHITE

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Sophomore • Forward East Peoria, Ill.

Freshman • Forward Eureka, Ill.

Junior • Guard Chicago, Ill.

Senior • Forward Sheridan, Ill.

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KHASSANDRAE BROWN

PAUL BRYANT

BOBBY WILSON

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HEAD COACH TAREN MARTIN

HEAD COACH TAREN MARTIN The 2012 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, Taren Martin will enter her third season as women’s basketball head coach at Eureka College in 2012-13. Martin, the ninth head coach in EC women’s basketball history, was named head coach on May 18, 2010. In addition to her women’s basketball responsibilities, Martin was named Eureka’s Assistant Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator on Oct. 1, 2010. Since her arrival two years ago, Martin has transformed the Red Devils into one of the top women’s basketball programs in the SLIAC. Eureka’s 21 victories in 2011-12 marked just the fourth 20-win season in program history. Her efficient and up-tempo style allowed EC to average 76.2 points per contest, tops among SLIAC schools and sixth-most in NCAA Division III. The Red Devils tied for second place in the final 2012 SLIAC standings to qualify for the league’s annual postseason tournament for the first time. Eureka’s semifinal victory over Fontbonne helped the Red Devils advance to the conference tournament championship game and marked the first conference tournament victory of any kind since EC played for the Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference Tournament crown in 2005. Additionally, Eureka’s 12-win improvement from 2010-11 to 2011-12 proved to be the largest single-season improvement in program history, and the Red Devils’ 13 wins in SLIAC action were the most league victories by a Eureka women’s basketball squad since EC began conference-affiliated competition at the Division III level in 199697. In all, Martin has won 30 games in two seasons to already rank third on Eureka’s all-time coaching wins list. Eureka’s successful 2011-12 campaign made a serious impact on the program’s record book. The Red Devils set new singleseason team records with 1,188 rebounds, 495 free throws made and 114 3-point baskets.

Martin was selected as the 2012 SLIAC Coach of the Year after leading the Red Devils to the largest single-season win improvement in Eureka women’s basketball history.

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Last season also saw then-sophomore guard Caty Eeten earn the 2012 SLIAC Player of the Year award. Eeten scored 594 points in 2011-12, breaking Sherry Bryan’s 27-yearold Eureka record for single-season points.

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HEAD COACH TAREN MARTIN Eeten also broke the single-season record for free throws made with 190. The Eureka native also set or matched single-game Eureka records with 49 points and 17 field goals made against Knox on Nov. 17, 20 free throws made against Greenville on Nov. 30 and 14 assists at Blackburn on Jan. 18. While Eeten received most of the individual accolades, the Red Devils received solid contributions from several different players. Khassandrae Brown scored 467 points in 2011-12, fourth-most in single-season program history. Her career scoring total of 807 ranked 21st in Eureka history and third-most among players to play only two seasons. Senior guard Sara Hamilton delivered one of the most accurate 3-point shooting efforts in program history, making 34 percent of her attempts beyond the arc to rank ninth in single-season Eureka history. Lisa Byard brought her 100-game career to a close in 2011-12, and her final career rebounding total of 701 ranked fifth all-time in Eureka women’s basketball history. In her first season as head coach, Martin guided the Red Devils to nine wins and a sixth-place finish in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, the Red Devils’ highest league finish since the 2006-07 season. Her nine victories were the second-most by a head coach in a debut season in Eureka women’s basketball history. Martin’s first season saw the emergence of several new faces, including Eeten, who earned the SLIAC’s Newcomer of the Year and D3Hoops.com Central Region Rookie of the Year awards in her first season in the Eureka backcourt. In all, the Red Devils earned two SLIAC Player of the Week awards and Brown was one of three players in the league to rank among the top-five in scoring, rebounding and minutes played. Martin’s 2010-11 squad also proved to be one Eureka’s top 3-point shooting teams, as the Red Devils set what was then a new single-season school record with 109 3-point baskets made. Eureka also set single-game records during the 2010-11 season with 114 points scored, 11 3-point field goals made and 35 assists in a victory over Lincoln Christian on Jan. 20, 2011. The Red Devils also broke the single-game steals record with 41 thefts against the Red Lions on Feb. 9, 2011. The Red Devils also excelled in the classroom under Martin’s watch, posting a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 as a team, while three student-athletes from the program have been named to the SLIAC All-Academic Team since 2010. In addition to the success achieved by the Red Devils on the court and in the classroom, Martin and the Red Devils have been a positive influence in the Eureka community. The women’s basketball program has compiled nearly 1,500 hours of community service since 2010, going to recess at local elementary schools, volunteering at a retirement home in Eureka, volunteering during Eureka’s annual Reagan Festival, offering instruction at youth basketball camps in the fall and summer, raking leaves in the community, and being an angel tree buddy for children during the holiday season.

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A native of Savannah, Mo., Martin comes from a family of outstanding athletes. Her dad was inducted into the Missouri Western State University Athletic Hall of Fame, having earned two-time All-America honors for baseball. He is also a member of the Missouri State Cross Country/Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Martin’s sister, Jaime (O’Brien) Dial, won two Missouri state titles in tennis and track. She went on to Missouri Western State University where she played basketball and tennis. Having those two individuals as mentors, Martin had big shoes to fill. Martin graduated from Savannah High School in Savannah, Mo. where she was a three-sport All-Missouri State athlete in tennis, basketball and track. As starting point guard, she led her basketball team to a second-place state finish three times. She also brought home a second place state medal in track for the 4x800 relay. Martin played her collegiate basketball at Division I Illinois State University in Normal, Ill. She began her four-year playing career for the Redbirds in 2000, eventually helping ISU to one of its greatest turnarounds in program history. As a senior during the 2003-04 season, Martin averaged 11.4 points, 4.6 assists and 2.6 steals per game in leading the Redbirds to a fifth-place finish in the Missouri Valley Conference and a 16-13 record, a nine-win improvement from the previous season and team’s best record since 1996-97. Martin received Illinois State’s Jill Hutchison Endowed Scholarship in 2003 and the Jill Hutchison Coach’s Award for leadership and performance for her efforts during her senior season. Martin was the first Illinois State player to record 300 assists, 250 made free throws, 150 steals and 100 three-point field goals. After playing four seasons as a player for the Redbirds, Martin began her coaching career in 2004 with two-time Missouri Valley Coach of the Year and current University of Missouri women’s basketball head coach Robin Pingeton. Martin served as a graduate assistant for one year before being named Illinois State’s first Director of Women’s Basketball Operations while completing her master’s degrees in communication. In addition to her coaching duties, Martin oversaw the day-to-day operations of the program, worked with the guards and did tireless work behind the scenes. She also developed communication plans, organized day-to-day activities, community service work, public relations and marketing. Martin was a vital part in rebuilding Illinois State’s program which saw the Redbirds win three conference titles and make five trips to the postseason in seven years, including back-to-back WNIT semifinal appearances in 2009 and 2010. Formerly Taren O’Brien, she married Patrick Martin in 2005. They have three children, daughter Ryleigh (5), son Jackson (4) and newborn son Tyson, and reside in Washington.

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ASSISTANT COACH KHASSANDRAE BROWN Former Eureka College women’s basketball standout Khassandrae Brown will join Taren Martin’s coaching staff for her first season in 2012-13. The East Peoria, Ill. native played two seasons for the Red Devils after transferring from Kankakee Community College in 2010. Brown starred in the Eureka frontcourt from 2010 until 2012. She closed her 49-game Eureka career with 807 points, third-most by a two-year player in the history of Eureka College women’s basketball. She also added 403 rebounds, shot 53 percent from the field and 78 percent from the free throw line. Brown put together an outstanding senior season in 2011-12, earning All-St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference First Team honors. Her 109 offensive rebounds were a single-season school record since Eureka began tracking the statistic in 2000. She also ranked on Eureka’s single-season top-10 lists with a .574 field goal percentage (third), 155 free throws made (third), 467 points (fourth), a .783 free throw percentage (eighth) and 238 total rebounds (eighth).

ASSISTANT COACH PAUL BRYANT Paul Bryant will enter his second full season as a women’s basketball assistant coach at Eureka in 2012-13. Bryant began his head coaching career at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, directing the Pride for six seasons from 1997 until 2003. During his six seasons, Bryant won 88 games, led Sinclair to four NJCAA Division II regional appearances, two national tournament berths and a national runner-up finish in 1998. He was named the Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year. Prior to the 2003-04 season, Bryant became the men’s basketball head coach at Urbana University in Urbana, Ohio. While guiding the Blue Knights, Bryant was chosen as the American Mideast South Division Coach of the Year and American Mideast Conference Coach of the Year. Before entering the collegiate coaching ranks, Bryant coached basketball from 1989 until 1996 at the Dayton Jewish Center. Bryant played four years of college basketball between North Idaho College and Alaska Pacific University before earning a bachelor’s degree from APU in 1989 and a master of education degree from Urbana. In addition to his current duties with the Eureka women’s basketball program, Bryant is also in his fifth year as the Eureka College Director of Athletics.

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MELISSA CLEMENTS SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-2 SHERIDAN, Ill. • SERENA H.S./ILLINOIS VALLEY Junior (2011-12): Appeared in 24 games as a reserve in the Eureka frontcourt ... Averaged 1.5 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Made her Eureka debut against Robert Morris-Springfield on Nov. 15 ... Played a personal-high 17 minutes against Principia on Dec. 3 ... Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds at Lincoln Christian on Dec. 7 ... Scored a career-high six points against Lincoln Christian on Feb. 8.

45 CAREER-HIGHS Points 6 vs. Lincoln Christian Feb. 8, 2012 Rebounds 8 at Lincoln Christian Dec. 7, 2011 Assists 1 vs. Knox Nov. 17, 2011

Sophomore (2009-10): Played in 32 games as a returning sophomore for Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby, Ill. ... Averaged 4.8 points and 4.8 rebounds per contest ... Led the Eagles to the NJCAA Division II Region 4 title. Freshman (2008-09): Appeared in 31 games as a true freshman for Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby, Ill. ... Averaged 4.5 points and 6.0 rebounds per game ... Helped the Eagles to 27 wins and a District title. Serena High School: The top rebounder for the Huskers a senior in 2007-08. Personal: The daughter of Karen and Don Clements, Melissa was born June 5, 1990 in Joliet, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Don (26), Dillon (19) and Brianna (17) ... Junior college teammate of current Red Devil Kourtney Ewald ... Majoring in art/photography.

Steals 1 (4x), last vs. Fontbonne Feb. 11, 2012 Blocked Shots 2 vs. Simpson Dec. 29, 2011 Minutes 17 vs. Principia Dec. 3, 2011

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GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. 24-0 167-7.0 17-52 .327 0-0 .000 24-0 167-7.0 17-52 .327 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 2-4 2-4

PCT. OREB DREB .500 24 29 .500 24 29

TOT 53 53

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 1 5 4 36 1.5 1 5 4 36 1.5

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KOURTNEY EWALD SENIOR • GUARD • 5-6 OTTAWA, Ill. • OTTAWA H.S./ILLINOIS VALLEY Junior (2011-12): Played in 17 games off the bench ... Finished the season with averages of 2.1 points and 1.1 rebounds per game ... Led the Red Devils with a 1.30 assist-to-turnover ratio ... Made her Eureka debut on Nov. 15 against Robert Morris-Springfield ... Set a career-high with four assists and a steal in 15 minutes at Lincoln Christian on Dec. 7 ... Made her first Eureka 3-pointer against Silver Lake on Dec. 17 ... Set or matched career-bests with seven points and a steal against Concordia (Wis.) on Dec. 27 ... Set new personal-bests with 16 minutes and five rebounds against Lincoln Christian on Feb. 8.

5 CAREER-HIGHS Points 7 (2x), last vs. Concordia (Wis.) Dec. 27, 2011 Rebounds 5 vs. Lincoln Christian Feb. 8, 2012 Assists 4 at Lincoln Christian Dec. 7, 2011 Steals 1 (2x), last vs. Simpson Dec. 29, 2011 Blocked Shots 1 vs. Lincoln Christian Feb. 8, 2012 Minutes 16 vs. Lincoln Christian Feb. 8, 2012

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Sophomore (2010-11): Appeared in 32 games as a returning sophomore for Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby, Ill. ... Averaged 7.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game for the Eagles ... Helped IVCC to a school-record 29 victories and the NJCAA Division II Region 4 championship ... Named to the AllRegion Team. Freshman (2009-10): Played in 31 games as a true freshman for Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby, Ill. ... Finished the season with averages of 2.5 points and 1.5 rebounds per game. Ottawa High School: Helped the Lady Pirates to a school-record 26 wins and an IHSA 3A regional title as a senior ... Also a member of the track & field team, setting a school record as part of the 800-meter relay team. Personal: The daughter of Kerry and Bonnie Ewald, Kourtney was born Aug. 31, 1991 in Ottawa, Ill. ... Has two siblings, Kriston (25) and Kiley (18) ... Majoring in secondary education/English ... Junior college teammate of current Red Devil Melissa Clements ... Named an Academic All-American at IVCC and received an Exemplary Academic Achievement award from the NJCAA.

GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. 17-0 124-7.3 11-40 .275 3-14 .214 17-0 124-7.3 11-40 .275 3-14 .214

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PCT. OREB DREB .714 5 14 .714 5 14

TOT 19 19

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 13 1 2 35 2.1 13 1 2 35 2.1

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JAYLYNN STEWART SENIOR • GUARD/FORWARD • 6-0 TAYLORVILLE, Ill. • TAYLORVILLE H.S./ILLINOIS STATE

32 CAREER-HIGHS Points 20 vs. Fontbonne Feb. 11, 2012 Rebounds 12 vs. Concordia (Wis.) Dec. 27, 2011 Assists 5 vs. Spalding Jan. 16, 2012 Steals 4 (2x), last at Webster Feb. 4, 2012 Blocked Shots 2 at Westminster Feb. 18, 2012 Minutes 37 vs. Fontbonne Feb. 11, 2012

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Junior (2011-12): Made 20 appearances, including 15 starts, after joining the Red Devils at semester break ... Compiled averages of 8.9 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists per contest ... Made her Eureka debut against Silver Lake on Dec. 17 ... Made her first career start against Webster on Jan. 10 ... Set or matched career-highs with five assists and a block against Spalding on Jan. 16 ... Snagged a career-best four steals at Principia on Jan. 21 and again at Webster on Feb. 4 ... Scored 10 points and collected 11 rebounds versus Blackburn on Feb. 1 for her first career double-double ... Compiled careerhighs of 20 points and 37 minutes played against Fontbonne on Feb. 11. Sophomore (2010-11): Appeared in 10 games for Division I Illinois State in Normal, Ill. ... Made her season debut against Northern Illinois on Jan. 3 after missing the first seven games with a broken thumb. Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in 16 games for Division I Illinois State in Normal, Ill. ... Made her collegiate debut against Northern Illinois on Dec. 4 ... Scored her first collegiate point against Drake on Dec. 31 ... Grabbed her first career rebound at Indiana State on Jan. 8. Taylorville High School: A two-time All-Center State 8 Conference selection ... Twice received Illinois Basketball Coaches Association AllState Special Mention (2008, 2009) ... Chosen for the Herald Review Second Team All-Area twice (2008, 2009) ... A three-time Center State 8 All-Academic selection (2007-09) ... Compiled 1,121 points, 542 rebounds and 172 steals in her career ... Seventh-leading scorer in Taylorville history ... Led the Tornadoes to an 89-33 record and two Center State 8 Conference championships. Personal: The daughter of Vicki Stewart, Jay was born June 30, 1991 in Decatur, Ill. ... Has four siblings ... Also a shortstop for the Eureka softball team since the 2012 season.

GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA 16-0 25-1.6 1-5 10-0 20-2.0 0-1 20-15 504-25.2 63-180 46-15 549-11.9 64-186

PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. .200 0-3 .000 .000 0-1 .000 .350 18-55 .327 .344 18-59 .305

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 34-47 34-47

PCT. OREB DREB .000 0 5 .000 1 2 .723 20 62 .723 21 69

TOT 5 3 82 90

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 4 0 0 2 0.1 1 0 0 0 0.0 37 3 26 178 8.9 42 3 26 180 3.9

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KILEY BUGAIESKI JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-9 TREMONT, Ill. • TREMONT H.S. Sophomore (2011-12): Appeared in all 26 games as Eureka’s top reserve ... Averaged 3.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game ... Shot a team-high 38 percent (25-for-66) from 3-point range ... Knocked down a pair of 3-point baskets in the season opener against Robert Morris-Springfield on Nov. 15 ... Played a season-high 28 minutes at Fontbonne on Jan. 14 ... Went 5-for-5 from 3-point rage and matched a career-high with 15 points at Blackburn on Jan. 18 ... Matched a career-best with five rebounds versus Lincoln Christian on Feb. 8.

10 CAREER-HIGHS Points 15 (2x), last at Blackburn Jan. 18, 2012 Rebounds 5 (3x), last vs. Lincoln Christian Feb. 8, 2012 Assists 5 (2x), last vs. Lincoln Christian Jan. 20, 2011 Steals 6 vs. Lincoln Christian Jan. 20, 2011

Freshman (2010-11): Played 23 games, making four starts ... Averaged 5.0 points and 2.0 rebounds per game ... Shot a team-best 82.8 percent (24-for-29) from the free throw line ... Made her collegiate debut as a reserve at Knox on Nov. 18 ... Scored a career-high 15 points and went 8-for-8 from the free throw line against Westminster on Jan. 8 ... Played 29 minutes and dished out a career-best five assists against MacMurray in her first career start on Jan. 15. Tremont High School: Named to the All-Heart of Illinois Conference Second Team as a senior in 2010 and received Honorable Mention as a junior in 2009 ... Holds the Tremont record for making at least one three-point basket in 27 consecutive games. Personal: The daughter of Jody Bugaieski and Mark Bugaieski, Kiley was born June 23, 1992 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has a younger brother, Brock (17) ... Majoring in nursing ... Also a member of the Eureka track & field team.

Blocked Shots 1 at Webster Dec. 4, 2010 Minutes 32 at Blackburn Jan. 22, 2011

2010-11 2011-12 Total

GP-GS 23-4 26-0 49-4

MIN-AVG 401-17.4 366-14.1 767-15.7

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PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. .290 20-70 .286 .350 25-66 .379 .317 45-136 .331

FT-FTA 24-29 5-10 29-39

PCT. OREB DREB .828 14 33 .500 3 33 .744 17 66

TOT 47 36 83

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 23 1 17 116 5.0 15 0 8 100 3.8 38 1 25 216 4.4

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CATY EETEN JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-10 EUREKA, Ill. • EUREKA H.S.

22 CAREER-HIGHS Points 49 vs. Knox Nov. 17, 2011

Sophomore (2011-12): Started all 26 games ... Averaged 22.8 points, 6.5 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game ... Selected as the 2012 SLIAC Player of the Year ... Named to the D3Hoops.com All-Central Region Second Team ...Set single-season Eureka records with 594 points and 190 free throws ... Led the SLIAC and ranked fifth in Division III in scoring (22.8) ... Also led the conference in assists (4.0) ... A four-time SLIAC Player of the Week (Nov. 21, Nov. 28, Jan. 3, Jan. 16) ... Named to the D3Hoops.com national Team of the Week twice (Nov. 23, Nov. 29) ... Selected to the D3Hoops.com Classic All-Tournament Team ... Had five double-doubles ... Led the team with 900 minutes played and 25 blocked shots ... Shot a teamhigh 83 percent (190-for-229) from the free throw line ... Broke Eureka single-game records with 49 points and 17 field goals made against Knox on Nov. 17 ... Set Eureka and SLIAC records with 20 free throws made against Greenville on Nov. 30 ... The 20 consecutive free throws matched the single-game NCAA Division III record ... Tied a Eureka singlegame record with 14 assists at Blackburn on Jan. 18. Freshman (2010-11): Appeared in 17 games, including 14 starts, after joining the Red Devils during semester break ... Averaged 17.7 points, 6.9 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game ... Shot 80.2 percent (101-for-126) from the free throw line ... Named to the All-SLIAC Second Team ... Chosen as the SLIAC Newcomer of the Year and D3Hoops. com Central Region Rookie of the Year ... Played 26 minutes off the bench in her collegiate debut at Illinois-Springfield on Dec. 18 ... Scored 12 points in her first career start at Fontbonne on Jan. 4 ... Went 10-for-11 from the free throw line at Greenville on Jan. 6 ... Recorded a career-high nine steals at Lincoln Christian on Feb. 9 ... Picked up her first career double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds to along with a career-best eight assists against Greenville on Feb. 14 ... Her 36 points against Blackburn on Feb. 16 were a season-best and the fourth-most in single-game program history ... Scored 35 points and collected 14 rebounds on Feb. 22 to be named SLIAC Player of the Week ... Wore jersey number 11.

Rebounds 14 at MacMurray Feb. 22, 2011 Assists 14 at Blackburn Jan. 18, 2012 Steals 9 at Lincoln Christian Feb. 9, 2011 Blocked Shots 4 at Westminster Feb. 25, 2012 Minutes 40 (9x), last at Westminster Feb. 25, 2012

Eureka High School: Received All-State accolades from the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association, Illinois Basketball Services and the Champaign News-Gazette ... Chosen as the 2010 Peoria Journal Star smallschool Player of the Year ... Named All-Area by the Peoria Journal Star and Bloomington Pantagraph three times ... A three-time All-Cornbelt Conference selection ... Named Illinois co-Freshman of the Year by The State Journal-Register in 2007 ... A state qualifier in the IHSA 3-point showdown. Personal: The daughter of Pat and Jane Grisham and Ron and Deb Eeten, Caty was born July 14, 1992 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has two brothers, A.J. (25) and Nick (23) ... Caty’s brother, Nick, played baseball at Eureka College from 2009-10 ... Also an outfielder on the Eureka softball team since 2011, receiving All-SLIAC Honorable Mention as a freshman ... Previously attended Illinois Central.

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GP-GS 17-14 26-26 43-40

MIN-AVG 533-31.4 900-34.6 1433-33.3

FG-FGA 93-221 197-396 290-617

PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. .421 14-43 .326 .497 10-36 .278 .470 24-79 .304

FT-FTA PCT. OREB DREB 101-126 .802 34 83 190-229 .830 53 117 291-355 .820 87 200

TOT 117 170 287

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 58 16 30 301 17.7 103 25 44 594 22.8 161 41 74 895 20.8

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AMANDA SCHRECK JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-6 MONMOUTH, Ill. • MONMOUTH-ROSEVILLE H.S. Sophomore (2011-12): Appeared in 19 games as a reserve in the Eureka backcourt ... Compiled averages of 1.8 points and 1.3 rebounds per contest ... Also tallied 17 assists and five steals ... Scored a season-high 11 points and set new personal-bests with seven rebounds and six assists at Lincoln Christian on Dec. 7.

12 CAREER-HIGHS Points 14 vs. Blackburn Feb. 16, 2011 Rebounds 7 at Lincoln Christian Dec. 7, 2011 Assists 6 at Lincoln Christian Dec. 7, 2011 Steals 8 at Lincoln Christian Feb. 9, 2011 Blocked Shots 1 vs. Webster Jan. 29, 2011

Freshman (2010-11): Played in 19 games off the bench ... Posted averages of 3.4 points and 1.3 rebounds per game ... Made her collegiate debut as a reserve at Knox on Nov. 18 ... Recorded her first career field goal at Robert Morris-Springfield on Dec. 16 ... Collected a career-best eight steals, four rebounds and three assists at Lincoln Christian on Feb. 9 ... Set career-highs with 14 points, four 3-pointers and 35 minutes played against Blackburn on Feb. 16. Monmouth-Roseville High School: Led the Titans to back-to-back Olympic Conference championships in 2009 and 2010 ... Also participated in track & field, winning a state championship as part of the Titans’ 3200-meter relay team ... Earned Peoria Journal Star AllArea honors in track. Personal: The daughter of Joe and Denise Schreck, Amanda was born Aug. 13, 1992 in Monmouth, Ill. ... Has four siblings, Ryan (24), Tanner (20), Cody (19) and Mackenzie (16) ... Also a member of the Eureka College cross country and track & field teams ... Majoring in criminal justice.

Minutes 35 vs. Blackburn Feb. 16, 2011

2010-11 2011-12 Total

GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA 19-0 301-15.8 20-73 19-0 150-7.9 11-40 38-0 451-11.9 31-113

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FT-FTA 10-14 4-9 14-23

PCT. OREB DREB .714 6 19 .444 6 18 .609 12 37

TOT 25 24 49

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 15 1 17 64 3.4 17 0 5 35 1.8 32 1 22 99 2.6

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JENNA BROOKS SOPHOMORE • GUARD • 5-7 PEORIA, Ill. • LIMESTONE H.S.

11 CAREER-HIGHS Points 21 vs. Knox Nov. 17, 2011 Rebounds 8 (2x), last at Spalding Jan. 4, 2012

Freshman (2011-12): Appeared in all 26 games, including 11 starting assignments ... Averaged 5.0 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game ... Had 21 steals ... Made her collegiate debut as a starter against Robert Morris-Springfield on Nov. 15 ... Set personal-bests with 21 points and eight rebounds in a victory over Knox on Nov. 17 ... Recored her first two blocked shots in a home win over Greenville on Nov. 30 ... Collected a career-high four steals against Principia on Dec. 3 ... Distributed a career-high six assists against Silver Lake on Dec. 17 ... Played a personal-high 38 minutes at Spalding on Jan. 4 ... Wore jersey number 13. Limestone High School: Served as the Rockets’ team captain ... Earned Limestone’s most improved player award. Personal: The daughter of Michael and Carol Brooks, Jenna was born Sept. 2, 1992 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Michael (25), Matthew (21) and Jeff (21) ... Previously a member of the Eureka women’s soccer team.

Assists 6 vs. Silver Lake Dec. 17, 2011 Steals 4 vs. Principia Dec. 3, 2011 Blocked Shots 2 vs. Greenville Nov. 30, 2011 Minutes 38 at Spalding Jan. 4, 2012

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GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. 26-11 495-19.0 45-135 .333 13-51 .255 26-11 495-19.0 45-135 .333 13-51 .255

FT-FTA 27-47 27-47

PCT. OREB DREB .574 17 65 .574 17 65

TOT 82 82

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 48 3 21 130 5.0 48 3 21 130 5.0

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23 • TAYLOR MUEHLICH

44 • VICTORIA WHITE

SOPHOMORE • GUARD • 5-8

JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-8

TREMONT, Ill. • TREMONT H.S. Freshman (2011-12): Sat out the season with an injury. Tremont High School: Received All-Heart of Illinois Conference honors. Personal: The daughter of Jeff and Shari Muehlich, Taylor was born March 4, 1993 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Blake (20), Noah (14) and Natalie (12) ... Majoring in elementary education.

33 • KELSEY SHOEMAKE SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-0 EAST PEORIA, Ill. • EAST PEORIA H.S.

CHICAGO, Ill. • DUNBAR Sophomore (2011-12): Made seven reserve appearances ... Totaled 10 points and 14 rebounds ... Set career-highs with six rebounds, one assist and one steal in six minutes of action off the bench at Lincoln Christian on Dec. 7 ... Made her first collegiate field goal at Blackburn on Jan. 18 ... Scored a career-high six points against Lincoln Christian on Feb. 8. Dunbar High School: Chosen as the most valuable player and most improved player of the Mightywomen. Personal: The daughter of Willie White III and Marietta White, Victoria was born Jan. 6, 1992 in Chicago, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Latasha (29), Willie (26) and Qiana (23) ... Majoring in psychology ... Previously a member of the Eureka women’s soccer team in 2011.

Freshman (2011-12): Appeared in 15 games off the bench after joining the Red Devils at semester break ... Averaged 2.4 points and 2.5 rebounds per game ... Made her collegiate debut and gathered a career-high six rebounds against Silver Lake on Dec 17 ... Distributed a career-high three assists against Westminster on Jan. 7 ... Recorded new career-highs with 12 points and 15 minutes played at Blackburn on Jan. 18 ... Picked up her first career steal at Principia on Jan. 21. East Peoria High School: A two-time All-Mid-Illini Conference First Team selection ... Chosen for the All-Area Second Team by The Peoria Journal Star in 2011 and the Third Team in 2010 ... Led the Raiders to their first IHSA regional title in 2011 ... Finished her career ranked fifth in school history with 1,018 points ... Represented the Mid-Illini in the Boys and Girls Basketball Invitational and City/Suburban Senior All-Star Classic in 2011.

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34 • KAYLA BRYANT

3 • ANDREA LIETZ

FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 6-0

FRESHMAN • GUARD • 5-8

EUREKA, Ill. • EUREKA H.S. Eureka High School: Received All-Cornbelt Conference Honorable Mention as a senior in 2012 ... Helped the Hornets to IHSA 2A regional and sectional crowns in 2012 ... Led EHS to the St. Bede Christmas Tournament championship and received AllTournament honors. Personal: The daughter of Paul and Shannon Bryant, Kayla was born May 1, 1994 in Dayton, Ohio ... Kayla’s father, Paul, is the Eureka College Director of Athletics ... Has a younger brother, Paul (12) ... Majoring in sports administration.

13 • EMILY CAMDEN FRESHMAN • GUARD • 5-9 GREEN VALLEY, Ill. • MIDWEST CENTRAL H.S. Midwest Central High School: Received All-Tomahawk Conference First Team honors as well as All-Area honors ... Helped the Raiders to an IHSA 2A regional crown as a junior in 2011 ... Most valuable player of the Riverton Holiday Tournament ... A member of of Midwest Central’s 1,000-point club ... Owns the school record for free throw percentage ... Qualified for the IHSA 3-point shootout as a junior in 2011. Personal: The daughter of Brian & Shelly Camden, Emily was born Dec. 14, 1993 in Pekin, Ill. ... Has an older sister, Ashley (21) ... Majoring in athletic training ... The 2012 valedictorian at Midwest Central.

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WINCHESTER, Ill. • WINCHESTER H.S. Winchester High School: Named to the All-Western Illinois Valley Conference Team ... Received All-State Third Team honors from the Illinois Basketball Coaches Assocation, as well as Fifth Team honors from Illinois Basketball Services ... A two-time All-Area selection by the Jacksonville Journal-Courier, including a First Team nod as a senior ... Helped the Cougars IHSA 1A state championship as a junior in 2011 and a runner-up finish as a freshman in 2009 ... Named to All-Tournament Teams at Carrollton, North Greene and Beardstown during her season season. Personal: The daughter of Mark & Diane, Andrea was born Sept. 20, 1993 in Jacksonville, Ill. ... Has two older siblings, Heidi (24) and Keri (21) ... Majoring in exercise science.

14 • AUBREY MOLLN FRESHMAN • GUARD • 5-4 LaMOILLE, Ill. • LaMOILLE H.S. LaMoille High School: Earned All-Little 10 Conference accolades ... Also selected for the LaSalle News Tribune All-Area Team twice, including a First Team choice as a senior ... Averaged 13.3 points and 10.8 rebounds per game as a senior ... A three-year team captain for the Lions. Personal: The daughter of RIchard & Theresa, Aubrey was born March 3, 1994 in Princeton, Ill. ... Has two siblings, Brandi (21) and Thomas (12) ... Majoring in environmental science & art.

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2011-12 POSTSEASON NOTEBOOK 2011-12 SEASON SUMMARY Overall Record: 21-5 SLIAC Record: 13-3 (2nd of 9)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Taren Martin (Illinois State ‘04) at Eureka: 30-20 (.600) Assistant Coach: Mike Donoan (Ill. St. ‘11) Assistant Coach: Paul Bryant (Alaska Pacific ‘89)

21 VICTORIES

Eureka’s appearance in the SLIAC

For just the fourth time in the 37-year history of Eureka College women’s basketball, the Red Devils eclipsed the 20-win plateua with 21 victories in 201112. The campaign marked Eureka’s first season with at least 20 victories since the Red Devils won 21 games in 2004-05.

championship game marked its first

A REMARKABLE TURNAROUND SUPPORT STAFF Director of Athletics: Paul Bryant Head Athletic Trainer: Randy Henkels Assistant Athletic Trainer: Sara Eggleston Sports Info. Director: Bryan Moore Administrative Assistant: Kim Holdenrid

SLIAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Caty Eeten

SLIAC COACH OF THE YEAR Taren Martin

ALL-SLIAC Khassandrae Brown (First Team) Caty Eeten (First Team)

SLIAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Khassandrae Brown Caty Eeten

D3HOOPS.COM TEAM OF THE WEEK Caty Eeten (11/23/11; 11/29/11)

Eureka’s 12-win improvement from 2010-11 to 2011-12 proved to be the largest singleseason improvement in program history. Additionally, the Red Devils’ 12-win improvement was the biggest jump among NCAA Division III teams last season, as well as the sixth-most dramatic improvement in NCAA Division history.

PLAYING FOR THE LEAGUE CROWN The Red Devils’ 13 wins in SLIAC action were the most league victories by a Eureka women’s basketball squad since EC began conference-affiliated competition at the Division III level in 1996-97. The effort gave the Red Devils the #2 seed in the annual SLIAC Tournament. Eureka earned a 63-56 victory over #3 Fontbonne in the semifinals before falilng to topseeded Westminster, 60-54.

conference championship game since playing for the Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference crown in 2005.

POSTSEASON HONORS Eureka’s successful campaign brought a large collection of postseason awards for the Red Devils. Second-year head coach Taren Martin was selected as the SLIAC Coach of the Year, while sophomore guard Caty Eeten was picked as the SLIAC Player of the Year. Eeten was also named to the D3Hoops. com All-Central Region Second Team. Senior forward Khassandrae Brown joined Eeten as Red Devils named to the All-SLIAC First Team and the SLIAC All-Tournament Team. Brown was also Eureka’s representative on the SLIAC AllSportsmanship Team.

WEEKLY HONORS No SLIAC team received weekly recognition like Eureka did in 2011-12. The Red Devils earned seven SLIAC Player of the Week awards -- four for Caty Eeten and three for Khassandrae Brown.

SLIAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Khassandrae Brown (12/19/11; 1/23/12; 2/6/12) Caty Eeten (11/21/11; 11/28/11; 1/3/12; 1/16/12)

D3HOOPS.COM CLASSIC ALLTOURNAMENT TEAM Caty Eeten

SLIAC ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM Khassandrae Brown

SLIAC ALL-ACADEMIC Khassandrae Brown

Second-year head coach Taren Martin was named SLIAC Coach of the Year after leading the Red Devils to a 13-3 league record and a second-place SLIAC finish.

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2011-12 POSTSEASON NOTEBOOK Additionally, Eeten was a two-time selection on the D3Hoops.com Team of the Week and named to the D3Hoops.com Classic All-Tournament Team.

Eeten also distributed 14 assists in a victory at Blackburn on Jan. 18, tying Deb Kessinger’s single-game program record set during the 1990-91 season.

EETEN’S NEW RECORDS

NEW TEAM RECORDS

Second-year guard Caty Eeten put her own mark on the Eureka record book in 2011-12.

While Eureka put together one of its best seasons in program history in terms of wins and losses, the Red Devils also had a record-breaking season statistically.

Eeten scored 594 points to break Sherry Bryan’s previous single-season scoring record of 583 points scored during the 1985-86 campaign. She also set new single-season marks with 190 free throws made and 229 free throws attempted, surpassing the previous records of 160 free throws and 184 attempts set by Jessica Reardon during the 2003-04 season. Eeten also set a new single-game Eureka scoring record, pouring in 49 points and making 17 field goals in a victory over Knox on Nov. 17. She also broke the Eureka and SLIAC records with 20 free throws against Greenville on Nov. 30, and her 20 consecutive makes against the Panthers matched a single-game NCAA Division III record.

The Red Devils broke single-season team records with 1,118 rebounds, 495 free throws and 114 3-pointers. The campaign marked the second consecutive year in which the Red Devils broke the record for 3-point field goals. Additionally, the Red Devils broke singlegame team records with 117 points scored versus Knox on Nov. 17 and 40 free throws made against Greenville on Nov. 30.

An 82-80 victory over Fontbonne on Feb. 11 gave EC the longest win streak in women’s basketball history since the Red Devils won 11 straight games to open the 1984-85 season.

COMMUNITY SERVICE Between the summer of 2010 and the beginning of the 2011-12 season, the Red Devils compiled 593 hours of community service. In that time, the Red Devils have donated their time and efforts at the community’s annual Reagan Festival, Maple Lawn Homes and the Angel Tree Party for area youths hosted by Eureka College. Many of the student-athletes participated in all three of the youth basketball camps hosted at the Reagan Center and have joined area youths during recess at local elementary schools.

RECORD WIN STREAK The Red Devils put together an 11-game win streak during the 2011-12 season.

Senior forward Khassandrae Brown (left) and sophomore guard Caty Eeten (right) each earned All-SLIAC First Team honors, while senior forward Lisa Byard closed her career ranked fifth all-time at Eureka with 701 career rebounds.

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2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Date Nov. 15 Nov. 17 Nov. 22 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 17 Dec. 27 Dec. 29 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 21

Opponent RMU-Springfield Knox at Concordia (Ill.) *Greenville *Principia at Lincoln Christian Silver Lake #vs. Concordia (Wis.) #vs. Simpson *at Spalding *Westminster *Webster *at Fontbonne *Spalding *at Blackburn *at Principia *MacMurray *at Greenville *Blackburn *at Webster Lincoln Christian *Fontbonne *at Westminster *at MacMurray

Feb. 24 vs. #3 Fontbonne Feb. 25 at #1 Westminster

W/L W W W W L W W W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W L W

W L

Score Overall SLIAC 74-65 1-0 --117-98 2-0 --80-57 3-0 --83-73 4-0 1-0 58-68 4-1 1-1 99-44 5-1 --76-34 6-1 --63-52 7-1 --70-94 7-2 --71-58 8-2 2-1 67-80 8-3 2-2 81-62 9-3 3-2 79-63 10-3 4-2 82-69 11-3 5-2 88-66 12-3 6-2 83-44 13-3 7-2 69-35 14-3 8-2 74-65 15-3 9-2 73-50 16-3 10-2 81-65 17-3 11-2 90-37 18-3 --82-80 19-3 12-2 71-82 19-4 12-3 53-47 20-4 13-3

63-56 54-60

Hi Points Eeten (26) Eeten (49) Eeten (35) Eeten (36) Eeten (23) Eeten (25) Brown (19) Eeten (30) Eeten (26) Brown (18) Brown (24) Eeten (28) Eeten (32) Brown (29) Brown (20) Three players (13) Eeten (15) Eeten (25) Eeten (25) Eeten (29) Brown (12) Brown (25) Brown (23) Eeten (23)

SLIAC Tournament (Fulton, Mo.) 21-4 --Eeten (28) 21-5 --Brown (17)

Hi Rebounds Hamilton/Eeten (10) Brown (15) Hamilton (14) Hamilton (9) Brown (11) Eeten (9) Brown (17) Stewart (12) Brown (10) Eeten (12) Hamilton (7) Eeten (7) Brown (13) Brown (16) Hamilton (7) Byard (8) Hamilton (7) Byard (15) Byard (12) Brown (19) Hamilton (6) Brown (11) Byard (13) Three players (7)

Hi Assists Eeten (7) Eeten (7) Eeten (5) Hamilton (4) Brooks/Brown (3) Schreck (6) Brooks (6) Hamilton/Stewart (3) Eeten (5) Eeten (8) Eeten/Hamilton (5) Brooks (5) Hamilton (3) Eeten/Stewart (5) Eeten (14) Three players (3) Eeten (4) Eeten (6) Eeten/Hamilton (5) Eeten (4) Brooks/Stewart (4) Hamilton (7) Eeten (5) Brooks (3)

Brown (11) Brown (19)

Byard (3) Hamilton (4)

* -- St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game # -- D3Hoops.com Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.)

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2011-12 STATISTICS Overall GP-GS Caty Eeten 26-26 Khassandrae Brown 26-26 Jaylynn Stewart 20-15 Sara Hamilton 26-26 Jenna Brooks 26-11 Lisa Byard 26-26 Kiley Bugaieski 26-0 Kelsey Shoemake 15-0 Kourtney Ewald 17-0 Elizabeth Greger 14-0 Amanda Schreck 19-0 Lanie Viti 8-0 Kelli Dunne 7-0 Melissa Clements 24-0 Victoria White 7-0 Jaquie Flanagan 2-0 Ashley Segerstrom 6-0 Britny Hoag 1-0 Team Total 26 Opponents 26

MIN-AVG 900-34.6 885-34.0 504-25.2 816-31.4 495-19.0 432-16.6 366-14.1 114-7.6 124-7.3 92-6.6 150-7.9 50-6.3 52-7.4 167-7.0 28-4.0 5-2.5 13-2.2 7-7.0

FG-FGA 197-396 156-272 63-180 68-184 45-135 46-93 35-100 13-29 11-40 10-27 11-40 5-19 4-12 17-52 5-12 0-1 0-1 0-2

5200 5200

PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. .497 10-36 .278 .574 0-2 .000 .350 18-55 .327 .370 34-100 .340 .333 13-51 .255 .495 0-0 .000 .350 25-66 .379 .448 0-0 .000 .275 3-14 .214 .370 1-8 .125 .275 9-27 .333 .263 1-8 .125 .333 0-0 .000 .327 0-0 .000 .417 0-1 .000 .000 0-1 .000 .000 0-1 .000 .000 0-0 .000

686-1595 .430 599-1701 .352

Score by Periods Eureka Opponents

1 965 766

2 1016 838

Deadball Rebounds Eureka Opponents

OFF 88 80

DEF TOTAL 12 100 7 87

SLIAC GP-GS Caty Eeten 16-16 Khassandrae Brown 16-16 Jaylynn Stewart 14-12 Sara Hamilton 16-16 Lisa Byard 16-16 Kiley Bugaieski 16-0 Jenna Brooks 16-4 Kelsey Shoemake 11-0 Kourtney Ewald 9-0 Melissa Clements 15-0 Amanda Schreck 11-0 Elizabeth Greger 9-0 Victoria White 4-0 Kelli Dunne 4-0 Lanie Viti 5-0 Ashley Segerstrom 4-0 Team Total 16 Opponents 16

MIN-AVG 571-35.7 554-34.6 376-26.9 527-32.9 299-18.7 232-14.5 268-16.8 84-7.6 46-5.1 89-5.9 63-5.7 48-5.3 8-2.0 15-3.8 15-3.0 5-1.3 3200 3201

FG-FGA 109-241 96-160 48-134 43-114 34-67 25-59 18-70 9-22 3-13 8-21 4-10 4-11 2-2 1-2 0-4 0-1

.308 .240

PCT. OREB DREB .830 53 117 .783 109 130 .723 20 62 .714 27 146 .574 17 65 .519 53 83 .500 3 33 .625 9 29 .714 5 14 .857 7 11 .444 6 18 .750 0 4 .800 9 7 .500 24 29 .000 6 8 .500 0 2 1.000 0 1 .000 0 1 24 56 495-668 .741 372 816 290-452 .642 358 608

TOT 170 239 82 173 82 136 36 38 19 18 24 4 16 53 14 2 1 1 80 1188 966

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 103 25 44 594 22.8 36 6 34 467 18.0 37 3 26 178 8.9 79 4 32 185 7.1 48 3 21 130 5.0 13 11 14 120 4.6 15 0 8 100 3.8 7 6 4 36 2.4 13 1 2 35 2.1 5 2 6 27 1.9 17 0 5 35 1.8 2 0 0 14 1.8 3 1 1 12 1.7 1 5 4 36 1.5 1 0 1 10 1.4 0 0 0 1 0.5 0 0 1 1 0.2 1 0 1 0 0.0

FT-FTA 119-140 101-128 28-38 8-12 20-38 5-9 18-28 4-5 4-5 2-4 2-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

TOT 99 131 59 99 101 18 45 26 7 27 7 5 0 5 2 1 45 677 558

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 70 9 27 343 21.4 22 6 18 293 18.3 25 3 21 136 9.7 49 2 20 117 7.3 8 9 9 88 5.5 10 0 4 76 4.8 23 2 13 60 3.8 7 3 4 22 2.0 2 0 0 11 1.2 0 1 2 18 1.2 7 0 1 13 1.2 1 2 3 10 1.1 0 0 0 4 1.0 2 0 0 2 0.5 0 0 0 2 0.4 0 0 0 0 0.0

381 325

67 45

204 1981 227 1604

76.2 61.7

F 1981 1604

PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. .452 6-20 .300 .600 0-0 .000 .358 12-37 .324 .377 23-65 .354 .507 0-0 .000 .424 21-42 .500 .257 6-29 .207 .409 0-0 .000 .231 1-5 .200 .381 0-0 .000 .400 3-8 .375 .364 0-4 .000 1.000 0-0 .000 .500 0-0 .000 .000 0-3 .000 .000 0-1 .000

404-931 .434 377-1004 .375

Score by Periods Eureka Opponents

1 573 472

2 622 535

Deadball Rebounds Eureka Opponents

OFF 56 55

DEF TOTAL 6 62 6 61

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FT-FTA 190-229 155-198 34-47 15-21 27-47 28-54 5-10 10-16 10-14 6-7 4-9 3-4 4-5 2-4 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0

72-214 69-264

.336 .261

PCT. OREB DREB .850 27 72 .789 61 70 .737 16 43 .667 16 83 .526 39 62 .556 1 17 .643 9 36 .800 8 18 .800 0 7 .500 12 15 .333 2 5 1.000 1 4 .000 0 0 .000 3 2 1.000 0 2 .000 0 1 16 29 315-417 .755 211 466 184-289 .637 204 354

226 201

37 32

122 1195 137 1007

74.7 62.9

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2011-12 SLIAC STANDINGS GP 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Westminster Eureka Fontbonne Spalding Webster Principia MacMurray Greenville Blackburn

SLIAC W-L 14-2 13-3 12-4 10-6 10-6 5-11 4-12 4-12 0-16

Pct. .875 .812 .750 .625 .625 .312 .250 .250 .000

GP 27 26 26 27 26 25 25 25 25

Overall W-L 22-5 21-5 15-11 15-12 12-14 7-18 9-16 7-18 0-25

Pct. .815 .808 .577 .556 .462 .280 .360 .280 .000

ALL-SLIAC TEAM FIRST TEAM Name Pos. Khassandrae Brown F Caty Eeten G Lindsay Sydness F Kerstin Hayes G Rachel Backes G

School Eureka Eureka Principia Spalding Westminster

Name Shelby Ellison Chelsey Freymuth Melinda Leavell Maggie Zehner Leigh Ann Lutz

Pos. G F G G G

School Fontbonne Fontbonne Spalding Webster Westminster

Name Pos. Ieisha Adams F Laura Hobbie G Sarah Corbitt G Cassie Endicott C Heather Letourneau G

School Greenville Greenville Principia Webster Westminster

Yr. Ht. Sr. 5-11 So. 5-10 Sr. 6-1 So. 5-4 Sr. 5-4

Hometown/High School East Peoria, Ill./East Peoria Eureka, Ill./Eureka Wellesley Hills, Mass./Wellesley Dixon, Ky./Webster Co. Tipton, Mo./Tipton

SECOND TEAM Yr. So. So. Sr. Jr. So.

Ht. 5-6 6-0 5-8 5-7 5-6

Hometown/High School Licking, Mo./Licking O’Fallon, Mo./Timberland Radcliff, Ky./North Hardin St. Louis, Mo./Oakville California, Mo./California

HONORABLE MENTION Yr. Ht. Jr. 5-8 Jr. 5-9 Jr. 5-8 Fr. 6-1 Sr. 5-10

Hometown/High School Belleville, Ill./Belleville West Vandalia, Ill./Vandalia Ballwin, Mo./Principia Upper Bethalto, Ill./Civic Memorial Smithton, Mo./Smithton

School Principia Principia Spalding Webster Webster Westminster

Yr. Ht. Jr. 5-8 Sr. 6-1 So. 5-4 Fr. 6-1 Jr. 5-7 Sr. 5-10

Player of the Year Caty Eeten, Eureka Newcomer of the Year Cassie Endicott, Webster Coach of the Year Taren Martin, Eureka Sportsmanship Award Westminster

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Nov. 21: Caty Eeten, Eureka Nov. 28: Caty Eeten, Eureka Dec. 5: Sarah Corbitt, Principia Dec. 12: Jessica Guy, Spalding Dec. 19: Khassandrae Brown, Eureka Jan. 2: Caty Eeten, Eureka Jan. 9: Rachel Backes, Westminster Jan. 16: Caty Eeten, Eureka Jan. 23: Khassandrae Brown, Eureka Jan. 30: Jessica Guy, Spalding Feb. 6: Khassandrae Brown, Eureka Feb. 13: Lindsay Sydness, Principia Feb. 20: Lindsay Sydness, Principia

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Name Pos. Sarah Corbitt G Lindsay Sydness F Kerstin Hayes G Cassie Endicott C Maggie Zehner G Heather Letourneau G

POSTSEASON AWARDS

Hometown/High School Ballwin, Mo./Principia Upper Wellesley Hills, Mass./Wellesley Dixon, Ky./Webster Co. Bethalto, Ill./Civic Memorial St. Louis, Mo./Oakville Smithton, Mo./Smithton

Rachel Backes, Westminster (MVP Liz Klaffenbach, Westminster Caty Eeten, Eureka Khassandrae Brown, Eureka Shelby Ellison, Fontbonne Courtney Pursley, Webster

THE SLIAC IN THE NCAA POSTSEASON Regular season champion and top-seeded Westminster won its first-ever St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament title on its home floor to represent the league in the 2012 NCAA Division III Tournament. The Blue Jays went on to lose their first round matchup to #4 DePauw, 66-46, at Neal Fieldhouse in Greencastle, Ind.

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2011-12 SLIAC TEAM LEADERS SCORING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Eureka Westminster Fontbonne Greenville Spalding Webster MacMurray Blackburn Principia

76.2 66.4 63.9 61.4 60.1 57.6 54.5 50.2 47.8

SCORING DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Westminster Spalding Webster MacMurray Principia Eureka Greenville Fontbonne Blackburn

Eureka Westminster Fontbonne Greenville Spalding Webster MacMurray Blackburn Principia

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

TURNOVERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Spalding Westminster MacMurray Eureka Fontbonne Webster Greenville Principia Blackburn

686 642 588 579 555 522 491 437 432

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Westminster MacMurray Spalding Fontbonne Webster Eureka Principia Blackburn Greenville

TOTAL REBOUNDING 451 432 422 379 373 369 333 332 319

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Eureka Spalding Greenville Blackburn Fontbonne Webster Westminster Principia MacMurray

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Westminster MacMurray Spalding Webster Blackburn Greenville Fontbonne Principia Eureka

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Eureka Fontbonne Westminster Spalding Webster Blackburn Greenville MacMurray Principia

35.1 30.9 30.2 30.1 29.3 28.5 27.9 27.1

495 375 373 364 353 317 281 257 238

Blackburn Spalding Eureka Webster Greenville Westminster Fontbonne MacMurray Principia

FOULS 1. Principia 2. MacMurray 3. Westminster Spalding 5. Eureka 6. Blackburn 7. Fontbonne 8. Webster Greenville

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

ASSISTS

1. Eureka 2. Greenville Westminster 4. Fontbonne 5. MacMurray 6. Principia 7. Webster 8. Spalding 9. Blackburn

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

668 589 525 524 500 488 427 380 348

Principia Webster Spalding Eureka Blackburn MacMurray Fontbonne Greenville Westminster

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Eureka Spalding Fontbonne Blackburn Westminster Webster Greenville MacMurray Principia

14.7 14.6 14.3 14.0 13.4 13.0 12.6 10.2 8.6

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDING Eureka Spalding Greenville Fontbonne Principia Blackburn Webster Westminster MacMurray

Eureka Greenville Fontbonne Westminster MacMurray Spalding Principia Webster Blackburn

14.8 17.5 18.6 18.9 18.9 20.2 22.0 22.9 25.0

STEALS 45.6 40.7 39.4 38.4 38.3 37.0 34.6 33.6 31.4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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6. 7. 8. 9.

Westminster Fontbonne Spalding MacMurray Eureka Webster Greenville Blackburn Principia

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDING

Spalding Eureka Westminster Greenville Fontbonne MacMurray Principia Webster Blackburn19.0

FREE THROWS MADE

43.1 40.6 40.6 39.4 36.6 36.2 35.9 35.6 30.3

74.6 74.1 72.3 71.4 68.4 67.6 65.8 61.8 60.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1,592 1,583 1,557 1,494 1,454 1,441 1,426 1,343 1,195

Westminster Eureka Webster Fontbonne Principia MacMurray Greenville Spalding Blackburn

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Eureka Westminster Spalding Fontbonne Webster Blackburn Greenville MacMurray Principia

148 136 123 114 111 101 96 93 63

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 53.3 55.6 58.8 59.8 60.1 61.7 62.8 63.2 72.3

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

31.3 26.2 26.0 25.8 25.0 23.6 37.0 21.7 21.1

13.9 10.4 10.3 10.0 9.1 8.8 8.0 7.9 7.8

6.8 3.5 2.9 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.2 1.5

12.6 16.4 16.6 16.6 16.8 17.0 17.8 18.2 18.2

14.7 14.0 13.5 12.0 11.9 11.5 10.8 10.7 8.6

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2011-12 SLIAC INDIVIDUAL LEADERS TOTAL POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

C. Eeten (EC) K. Brown (EC) L. Sydness (PC) K. Hayes (SU) R. Backes (WC) S. Ellison (FU) L. Lutz (WC) K. Wise (GC) M. Leavell (SU) S. Corbitt (PC)

594 467 377 342 322 322 321 292 287 280

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

C. Eeten (EC) K. Brown (EC) L. Sydness (PC) S. Corbitt (PC) K. Hayes (SU) S. Ellison (FU) R. Backes (WC) L. Lutz (WC) K. Wise (GC) Three players

C. Eeten (EC) K. Brown (EC) L. Sydness (PC) R. Backes (WC) K. Wise (GC) C. Freymuth (FU) B. Rae (BC) S. Ellison (FU) L. Lutz (WC) E. Fladland (GC)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

M. Leavell (SU) L. Lutz (WC) K. Hayes (SU) S. Corbitt (PC) S. Ellison (FU) M. Zehner (WU) R. Backes (WC) E. Fladland (GC) S. Hamilton (EC) W. Wade (MC)

197 156 144 119 118 112 110 107 104 103

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

M. Leavell (SU) L. Lutz (WC) S. Corbitt (PC) R. Backes (WC) S. Ellison (FU) E. Fladland (GC) K. Hayes (SU) M. Zehner (WU) K. Anderson (MC) T. DeNicholas (PC)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

K. Brown (EC) J. Guy (SU) L. Sydness (PC) B. Rae (BC) H. Letourneau (WC) A. Radford (MC) S. Hamilton (EC) C. Eeten (EC) C. Freymuth (FU) T. DeNicholas (PC)

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

K. Hayes (SU) L. Hobbie (GC) W. Wade (MC) M. Zehner (WU) M. Leavell (SU) L. Lutz (WC) S. Hamilton (EC) S. Ellison (FU) S. Corbitt (PC) Two players

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

C. Eeten (EC) K. Brown (EC) R. Willis (BC) H. Kloster (WC) L. Sydness (PC) K. Hayes (SU) I. Adams (GC) S. Ellison (FU) J. Guy (SU) Two players

.454 .400 .391 .360 .346 .345 .340 .333 .306 .292

K. Brown (EC) L. Sydness (PC) J. Guy (SU) A. Radford (MC) B. Rae (BC) H. Letourneau (WC) C. Freymuth (FU) S. Hamilton (EC) C. Eeten (EC) T. DeNicholas (PC)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

L. Sydness (PC) H. Letourneau (WC) S. Hamilton (EC) A. Radford (MC) K. Brown (EC) J. Guy (SU) C. Freymuch (FU) T. DeNicholas (PC) C. Eeten (EC) B. Rae (BC)

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

1. K. Brown (EC) 2. C. Endicott (WU) 3. C. Eeten (EC) L. Klaffenbach (WC) 5. K. Wise (GC) 6. C. Freymuth (FU) 7. I. Adams (GC) 8. J. Guy (SU) 9. A. Hogan (FU) 10. L. Sydness (PC)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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C. Eeten (EC) K. Brown (EC) R. Willis (BC) J. Guy (SU) L. Sydness (PC) H. Kloster (WC) I. Adams (GC) K. Hayes (SU) B. Rae (BC) T. Wright (SU)

229 198 161 123 122 118 111 107 103 89

K. Brown (EC) J. Guy (SU) B. Rae (BC) A. Kleinsorge (BC) L. Klaffenbach (WC) I. Adams (GC) L. Byard (EC) C. Eeten (EC) 9. C. Endicott (WU) 10. L. Sydness (PC)

C. Eeten (EC) S. Ellison (FU) I. Adams (GC) K. Hayes (SU) S. Hamilton (EC) M. Davis (SU) R. Willis (BC) K. Schilli (FU) R. Backes (WC) E. Fladland (GC)

103 89 88 84 79 78 75 74 73 70

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO 238 231 219 196 192 189 173 170 169 147

1. H. Letourneau (WC) 2. K. Schilli (FU) K. Hayes (SU) J. Gaal (WU) 5. L. Lutz (WC) H. Johnson (FU) 7. K. Ewald (EC) 8. S. Ellison (FU) A. Schreck (EC) 10. Two players

1.7 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.2

STEALS 9.2 8.8 8.6 7.9 7.8 7.1 6.8 6.7 6.5 5.9

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 190 155 107 92 89 84 71 67 63 57

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .574 .528 .497 .497 .492 .485 .462 .452 .450 .447

.838 .830 .812 .786 .785 .783 .780 .730 .687 .665

TOTAL REBOUNDS 191 177 147 127 123 120 119 111 110 102

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

396 325 322 317 293 284 278 273 272 261

S. Ellison (SU) C. Eeten (EC) C. Endicott (WU) L. Klaffenbach (WC) K. Hayes (SU) K. Brown (EC) H. Kloster (WC) L. Sydness (PC) S. Corbitt (PC) R. Willis (BC)

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED C. Eeten (EC) B. Rae (BC) L. Sydness (PC) R. Backes (WC) S. Ellison (FU) L. Lutz (WC) M. Leavell (SU) S. Corbitt (PC) K. Brown (EC) T. DeNicholas (PC)

66 61 54 45 41 40 37 35 34 34

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 22.8 18.0 15.1 12.7 12.7 12.4 11.9 11.9 11.7 11.0

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

H. Letourneau (WC) R. Backes (WC) F. Toner (MC) S. Corbitt (PC) E. Fladland (GC) R. Willis (BC) K. Hayes (SU) K. Cornelson (WC) M. Zehner (WU) 10. B. Rae (BC)

89 74 70 64 55 53 50 49 49 48

BLOCKED SHOTS 168 151 146 140 130 129 122 121 117 103

1. L. Sydness (PC) 2. C. Endicott (WU) 3. J. Guy (SU) A. Kleinsorge (BC) 5. C. Freymuth (FU) 6. C. Eeten (EC) 7. K. Wise (GC) 8. T. Wright (SU) 9. K. Dempsey (FU) 10. Two players

140 52 32 32 26 25 24 22 18

MINUTES PLAYED AVERAGE 108 102 93 73 71 56 53 53 52 51

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

L. Sydness (PC) C. Eeten (EC) R. Backes (WC) R. Willis (BC) K. Brown (EC) S. Corbitt (PC) H. Johnson (FU) K. Hayes (SU) T. DeNicholas (PC) S. Hamilton (EC)

35.6 34.6 34.5 34.2 34.0 33.8 32.8 32.1 31.7 31.4

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ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1. 107 Jamie While 1990-94 2. 106 Sarah Deakin 2002-06 106 Molly Hardesty 2002-06 4. 105 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 5. 104 Kelly Ducat 1988-92 104 Jill McGinnis 1991-95 7. 103 Brittany Gardner 2004-08 8. 102 Tina Sharp 1992-96 9. 101 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 101 Kris Kistler 1992-96 101 Mandi Sistek 2003-07 Active leader: Kiley Bugaieski, 49

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 1344 Jill McGinnis 1991-95 1344 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 3. 1184 Brittany Gardner 2004-08 4. 1146 Tina Sharp 1992-96 5. 1080 Amy Heller 1986-89 6. 1044 Michelle Myers 1993-97 7. 1034 Jami Larson 1989-93 8. 1015 Mindy Whitehouse 1990-94 9. 1012 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 10. 952 Terese Raum 1988-92 Active leader: Caty Eeten, 617

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Minimum 30 3FG Made 1. 39.5 Wendy Schmaedeke 1995-99 2. 38.7 Kara Smith 1987-90 3. 35.8 Lindsey Crum 2008-09 4. 33.1 Kiley Bugaieski 2010-Pres. 5. 32.7 Kelli Baumgartner 2000-02 6. 32.0 Mindy Whitehouse 1990-94 7. 31.6 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 8. 31.5 Molly Hardesty 2002-06 9. 31.4 Sara Hamilton 2010-12 10. 31.3 Brittany Gardner 2004-08

TOTAL REBOUNDS 1. 892 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 2. 890 Jill McGinnis 1991-95 3. 803 Carrie Eisenbarth 1999-03 4. 779 Dawn Bradbury 1994-98 5. 701 Lisa Byard 2008-12 6. 627 Tina Sharp 1992-96 7. 622 Raeanne Albin 1998-02 8. 607 Kelly Ducat 1988-92 9. 583 Deb Owen 1981-85 10. 565 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 Active leader: Caty Eeten, 287

POINTS 1. 1483 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 2. 1391 Jill McGinnis 1991-95 3. 1386 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 4. 1256 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 5. 1128 Jami Larson 1989-93 6. 1123 Tina Sharp 1992-96 7. 1103 Michelle Myers 1993-97 8. 1075 Brittany Gardner 2004-08 9. 1035 Terese Raum 1988-92 10. 1028 Carrie Eisenbarth 1999-03 Active leader: Caty Eeten, 895

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Minimum 200 FG Made 1. 54.8 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 2. 53.3 Khassandrae Brown 2010-12 3. 50.6 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 4. 47.2 Danielle Funderburk 1995-99 5. 47.0 Caty Eeten 2010-Pres. 6. 45.7 Dawn Bradbury 1994-98 7. 45.4 Carrie Eisenbarth 1999-03 8. 45.3 Chantaivia Knight 2008-10 9. 45.2 Raeanne Albin 1998-02 10. 44.7 Kris Kistler 1992-96

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 449 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 2. 362 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 3. 310 Lisa Byard 2008-12 4. 297 Tina Sharp 1992-96 5. 291 Caty Eeten 2010-Pres. 6. 288 Michelle Myers 1993-97 7. 249 Khassandrae Brown 2010-12 8. 244 Carrie Eisenbarth 1999-03 9. 231 Minda Sylvester 1996-99 10. 222 Jill McGinnis 1991-95

ASSISTS 1. 415 Molly Hardesty 2002-06 2. 352 Jamie While 1990-94 3. 336 Sarah Deakin 2002-06 4. 321 Jami Larson 1989-93 5. 308 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 6. 278 Michelle Myers 1993-97 7. 266 Sarah Gohl 1994-98 8. 241 Deb Kessinger 1990-92 9. 210 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 10. 206 Brittany Gardner 2004-08 Active leader: Caty Eeten, 161

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 20.8 Caty Eeten 2010-Pres. 2. 19.7 Sherry Bryan 1984-86 3. 17.0 Kelli Baumgartner 2000-02 4. 16.5 Khassandrae Brown 2010-12 5. 16.2 Lindsey Crum 2008-09 6. 14.1 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 7. 13.8 Jill McGinnis 1991-95 8. 13.7 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 9. 13.2 Amy Heller 1986-89 10. 12.8 Sarah Taylor 1994-98

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 195 Brittany Gardner 2004-08 2. 135 Kara Smith 1987-90 3. 121 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 4. 97 Molly Hardesty 2002-06 5. 67 Kelli Baumgartner 2000-02 6. 56 Mindy Whitehouse 1990-94 7. 53 Sara Hamilton 2010-12 8. 49 Lauren Snopek 2008-10 49 Tracy Specketer 2002-04 10. 45 Kiley Bugaieski 2010-Pres. 45 Wendy Schmaedeke 1995-99

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 540 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 2. 528 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 3. 470 Lisa Byard 2008-12 4. 418 Michelle Myers 1993-97 5. 393 Tina Sharp 1992-96 6. 365 Carrie Eisenbarth 1999-03 7. 355 Caty Eeten 2010-Pres. 8. 322 Dawn Bradbury 1994-98 9. 322 Sarah Deakin 2002-06 10. 320 Khassandrae Brown 2010-12

STEALS (1993-2012) 1. 306 Sarah Deakin 2002-06 2. 244 Molly Hardesty 2002-06 3. 198 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 4. 191 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 5. 175 Stef Dalenbert 1997-01 6. 173 Minda Sylvester 1996-99 7. 164 Tina Sharp 1992-96 8. 142 Carrie Eisenbarth 1999-03 9. 139 Raeanne Albin 1998-02 10. 138 Jena Frank 1993-97 Active leader: Caty Eeten, 74

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 584 Jill McGinnis 1991-95 2. 517 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 3. 512 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 4. 491 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 5. 454 Jami Larson 1989-93 6. 436 Amy Heller 1986-89 7. 418 Terese Raum 1988-92 8. 412 Tina Sharp 1992-96 9. 404 Mindy Whitehouse 1990-94 10. 403 Michelle Myers 1993-97 Active leader: Caty Eeten, 290

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 623 Brittany Gardner 2004-08 2. 383 Sarah Taylor 1994-98 3. 349 Kara Smith 1987-90 4. 308 Molly Hardesty 2002-06 5. 205 Kelli Baumgartner 2000-02 6. 178 Tracy Specketer 2002-04 7. 175 Mindy Whitehouse 1990-94 8. 169 Sara Hamilton 2010-12 9. 157 Lauren Snopek 2008-10 10. 136 Kiley Bugaieski 2010-Pres.

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Minimum 200 FT Made 1. 83.1 Jessica Reardon 2001-05 2. 82.0 Caty Eeten 2010-Pres. 3. 77.8 Khassandrae Brown 2010-12 4. 75.6 Tina Sharp 1992-96 5. 72.6 Minda Sylvester 1996-99 6. 72.5 Jill McGinnis 1991-95 7. 68.9 Michelle Myers 1993-97 8. 68.6 Nicole Fisher 2004-08 9. 68.5 Raeanne Albin 1998-02 10. 67.1 Sarah Deakin 2002-06

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SINGLE-SEASON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1. 28 Kim Holdenrid 28 Brittany Gardner 28 Jessica Reardon 28 Nicole Fisher 28 Sarah Deakin 28 Molly Hardesty 28 Kelli Adams 28 Kelly Ducat 28 Mindy Whitehouse 28 Jamie While 28 Erin Larson

2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91

POINTS 1. 594 2. 583 3. 480 4. 467 5. 465 465 7. 457 8. 453 9. 435 10. 409

Caty Eeten Sherry Bryan Jessica Reardon Khassandrae Brown Nicole Fisher Jami Larson Kelli Baumgartner Sarah Taylor Nicole Fisher Dannette Gilmore

2011-12 1985-86 2003-04 2011-12 2006-07 1992-93 2000-01 1997-98 2007-08 1986-87

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 23.3 Sherry Bryan 2. 22.8 Caty Eeten 3. 19.4 Nicole Fisher 4. 18.9 Sarah Taylor 5. 18.5 Jessica Reardon 6. 18.3 Kelli Baumgartner 7. 18.0 Khassandrae Brown 8. 17.8 Jami Larson 9. 17.7 Caty Eeten 10. 17.4 Nicole Fisher

1985-86 2011-12 2006-07 1997-98 2003-04 2000-01 2011-12 1992-93 2010-11 2007-08

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 235 Sherry Bryan 2. 197 Caty Eeten 3. 185 Jami Larson 4. 178 Nicole Fisher 178 Sarah Taylor 6. 175 Kelli Baumgartner 7. 169 Amy Heller 8. 165 Dannette Gilmore 9. 160 Jessica Reardon 10. 159 Linda Hocker

1985-86 2011-12 1992-93 2006-07 1997-98 2000-01 1988-89 1986-87 2003-04 1984-85

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 492 Sarah Taylor 2. 456 Kelli Baumgartner 3. 443 Amy Heller 4. 435 Jami Larson 5. 396 Caty Eeten 6. 393 Brittany Gardner 7. 387 Bobbi Williams 8. 378 Mindy Whitehouse 9. 372 Jill McGinnis 10. 364 Sarah Taylor

1997-98 2000-01 1988-89 1992-93 2011-12 2007-08 1989-90 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Minimum 3.0 FGM Per Game 1. 58.5 Allison Shelton 2009-10 2. 58.4 Jessica Reardon 2003-04 3. 57.4 Khassandrae Brown 2011-12 4. 56.6 Jessica Reardon 2002-03 5. 55.8 Nicole Fisher 2006-07 6. 53.9 Jessica Reardon 2004-05 7. 53.5 Nicole Fisher 2007-08 8. 52.0 Linda Hocker 1984-85 9. 51.8 Kris Meznarich 1983-84 10. 51.4 Kelly Ducat 1990-91

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 229 Caty Eeten 2011-12 2. 198 Khassandrae Brown 2011-12 3. 184 Jessica Reardon 2003-04 4. 181 Nicole Fisher 2007-08 5. 175 Lisa Byard 2009-10 6. 166 Nicole Fisher 2006-07 7. 153 Danielle Funderburk 1998-99 8. 148 Minda Sylvester 1997-98 9. 146 Lisa Byard 2008-09 10. 140 Jessica Reardon 2002-03

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS (2000-12) 1. 236 Nicole Fisher 2007-08 2. 196 Chantaivia Knight 2009-10 3. 169 Nicole Fisher 2006-07 4. 156 Carrie Eisenbarth 2001-02 5. 152 Carrie Eisenbarth 2002-03 6. 146 Sara Hamilton 2011-12 7. 140 Lisa Byard 2009-10 8. 134 Mandi Sistek 2005-06 9. 130 Khassandrae Brown 2011-12 10. 128 Nicole Fisher 2005-06 128 Raeanne Albin 2001-02

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 69 Kara Smith 1988-89 2. 60 Brittany Gardner 2005-06 3. 56 Kara Smith 1989-90 4. 46 Brittany Gardner 2006-07 5. 44 Brittany Gardner 2007-08 6. 42 Molly Hardesty 2004-05 7. 41 Sarah Taylor 1997-98 8. 40 Molly Hardesty 2005-06 40 Tracy Specketer 2004-04 10. 39 Lindsey Crum 2008-09 39 Kelli Baumgartner 2001-02

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Minimum 2.5 FTM Per Game 1. 87.0 Jessica Reardon 2003-04 2. 83.7 Sherry Bryan 1985-86 3. 83.0 Caty Eeten 2011-12 4. 82.7 Jessica Reardon 2004-05 5. 80.7 Jessica Reardon 2002-03 6. 80.6 Linda Hocker 1984-85 7. 80.2 Caty Eeten 2010-11 8. 78.3 Khassandrae Brown 2011-12 9. 77.0 Khassandrae Brown 2010-11 10. 76.5 Kelli Baumgartner 2001-02

ASSISTS 1. 148 Debbie Kessinger 2. 144 Molly Hardesty 3. 121 Jamie While 121 Jamie While 5. 114 Jami Larson 6. 110 Molly Hardesty 7. 109 Jami Larson 8. 106 Molly Hardesty 9. 103 Caty Eeten 10. 101 Sarah Gohl

1990-91 2004-05 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 2003-04 1992-93 2005-06 2011-12 1997-98

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 187 Brittany Gardner 2005-06 2. 181 Kara Smith 1988-89 3. 176 Brittany Gardner 2006-07 4. 147 Molly Hardesty 2004-05 147 Tracy Specketer 1989-90 6. 146 Kara Smith 1989-90 7. 145 Sarah Taylor 1997-98 8. 117 Molly Hardesty 2005-06 9. 116 Brittany Gardner 2007-08 10. 114 Sarah Taylor 1996-97

TOTAL REBOUNDS 1. 336 Nicole Fisher 2. 256 Danielle Funderburk 3. 254 Dawn Bradbury 4. 249 Chantaivia Knight 5. 248 Jill McGinnis 6. 244 Nicole Fisher 7. 240 Carrie Eisenbarth 8. 238 Khassandrae Brown 9. 236 Dawn Bradbury 10. 234 Jill McGinnis

2007-08 1998-99 1997-98 2009-10 1993-94 2006-07 2001-02 2011-12 1996-97 1994-95

STEALS 1. 99 2. 80 80 4. 79 79 79 7. 76 8. 69 9. 68 68

1993-94 2005-06 1998-99 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 1997-98 1997-98 1996-97 1992-93

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Minimum 1.0 3FGM Per Game 1. 40.7 Wendy Schmaedke 1998-99 2. 38.4 Kara Smith 1989-90 3. 38.1 Kara Smith 1988-89 4. 37.9 Brittany Gardner 2007-08 5. 36.3 Mindy Whitehouse 1993-94 6. 35.9 Lindsey Crum 2008-09 7. 34.5 Kelli Baumgartner 2001-02 8. 34.2 Molly Hardesty 2005-06 9. 34.0 Sara Hamilton 2011-12 10. 32.9 Lauren Snopek 2009-10

REBOUND AVERAGE 1. 13.4 Nicole Fisher 2. 10.6 Dawn Bradbury 3. 10.2 Nicole Fisher 4. 10.0 Chantaivia Knight 5. 9.8 Danielle Funderburk 6. 9.6 Carrie Eisenbarth 7. 9.4 Dawn Bradbury 9.4 Jill McGinnis 9. 9.3 Carrie Eisenbarth 10. 9.2 Khassandrae Brown 9.2 Jill McGinnis

2007-08 1997-98 2006-07 2009-10 1998-99 2001-02 1996-97 1994-95 2002-03 2011-12 1993-94

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 190 Caty Eeten 2. 160 Jessica Reardon 3. 155 Khassandrae Brown 4. 131 Nicole Fisher 5. 126 Lisa Byard 6. 115 Jessica Reardon 7. 113 Jessica Reardon 113 Sherry Bryan 9. 110 Minda Sylvester 10. 109 Nicole Fisher

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS (2000-12) 1. 109 Khassandrae Brown 2011-12 2. 100 Nicole Fisher 2007-08 3. 84 Carrie Eisenbarth 2001-02 4. 81 Carrie Eisenbarth 2002-03 5. 75 Nicole Fisher 2006-07 75 Raeanne Albin 2000-01 7. 72 Khassandrae Brown 2010-11 72 Raeanne Albin 2001-02 9. 71 Lisa Byard 2008-09 10. 70 Lisa Byard 2009-10

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Jamie While Molly Hardesty Minda Sylvester Sarah Deakin Molly Hardesty Sarah Deakin Minda Sylvester Sarah Taylor Jena Frank Jamie While

BLOCKS (1992-2012) 1. 56 Kim Downs 2. 52 Kim Downs 52 Dawn Bradbury 4. 48 Dawn Bradbury 5. 44 Raeanne Albin 6. 38 Dawn Bradbury 7. 35 Jill McGinnis 8. 33 Jill McGinnis 9. 32 Kim Downs 10. 29 Chantaivia Knight

2007-08 2008-09 1997-98 1996-97 2001-02 1995-96 1993-94 1992-93 2006-07 2009-10

MINUTES PLAYED (2000-12) 1. 1020 Molly Hardesty 2. 1018 Sarah Deakin 3. 965 Brittany Gardner 4. 944 Sarah Deakin 5. 931 Nicole Fisher 6. 918 Molly Hardesty 7. 914 Jessica Reardon 8. 900 Caty Eeten 9. 896 Sarah Deakin 10. 892 Lauren Snopek

2004-05 2004-05 2007-08 2003-04 2007-08 2005-06 2004-05 2011-12 2005-06 2008-09

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS POINTS 1. 49 Caty Eeten vs. Knox 2. 40 Sherry Bryan at North Central (Ill.) 3. 36 Caty Eeten vs. Greenville 36 Caty Eeten at Blackburn 36 Sherry Bryan at Illinois Wesleyan 6. 35 Caty Eeten at Concordia (Ill.) 35 Caty Eeten at MacMurray 8. 34 Lindsey Crum at MacMurray 9. 33 Lisa Byard at Mount Mary 33 Lisa Byard at Concordia (Ill.) 33 Jami Larson vs. Purdue-Calumet

11/17/11 11/26/85 11/30/11 2/16/11 12/5/85 11/22/11 2/22/11 1/21/09 11/20/09 11/26/08 11/15/92

REBOUNDS 1. 22 Nicole Fisher vs. Lincoln Christian 22 Nicole Fisher vs. Blackburn 3. 21 Nicole Fisher vs. MacMurray 4. 20 Lisa Byard vs. Blackburn 20 Sherry Bryan at Illinois College 6. 19 Khassandrae Brown at Westminster 19 Khassandrae Brown at Webster 19 Nicole Fisher vs. Westminster 19 Nicole Fisher vs. Principia 19 Nicole Fisher vs. Westminster

2/26/08 12/5/07 2/13/08 2/11/09 12/3/84 2/25/12 2/4/12 2/16/08 12/8/07 2/16/08

ASSISTS 1. 14 Caty Eeten at Blackburn 14 Deb Kessinger 3. 11 Molly Hardesty vs. St. Louis/Pharmacy 4. 10 Lauren Snopek vs. Lincoln Christian 10 Amber Shelley at Blackburn 10 Molly Hardesty vs. MSOE 10 Sarah Deakin vs. Blackburn 8. 9 (8x), last by Caty Eeten vs. Lincoln Christian

1/18/12 1990-91 1/29/05 2/12/09 11/26/02 1/3/04 12/5/03 2/9/11

STEALS 1. 11 Minda Sylvester vs. Concordia (Ill.) 11 Kim Downs vs. Lincoln Christian 11 Terese Raum 11 Sherry Bryan 5. 9 Caty Eeten at Lincoln Chrisitan 9 Jaquie Flanagan vs. Mount Mary 9 Minda Sylvester vs. Monmouth 8. 8 (3x), last by Sarah Deakin at Aurora

2/9/11 12/4/09 12/12/98 2/21/06

BLOCKS 7 Raeanne Albin vs. Westminster 7 Dawn Bradbury vs. Augustana 6 Kim Downs vs. Webster 6 Kim Downs vs. Lincoln Christian 6 Jill Bradbury vs. Clarke 5 (5x), last by Kim Downs at Lincoln Christian

1/5/02 12/11/96 2/4/09 2/19/09 2/13/09 2/26/08

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FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 17 Caty Eeten vs. Knox 2. 16 Sherry Bryan at North Central (Ill.) 3. 14 Lisa Byard at Mount Mary 14 Nicole Fisher vs. Knox 5. 13 Nicole Fisher at MacMurray 13 Caty Eeten vs. Blackburn 13 Nicole Fisher at Maryville 13 Nicole Fisher vs. MacMurray 9. 12 (5x), last by Caty Eeten at Fontbonne

11/17/11 11/26/85 11/20/09 11/21/06 2/6/07 2/16/11 2/3/07 1/16/07 1/14/12

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 8 Brittany Gardner at Principia 2. 7 Brittany Gardner vs. Lincoln Christian 3. 6 Brittany Gardner at Blackburn 6 Tracy Specketer at Monmouth 6 Sarah Taylor at Carroll 6 Lindsey Crum at MacMurray 7. 5 Kiley Bugaieski at Blackburn 5 Brittany Gardner vs. Principia 5 Tracy Specketer vs. Concordia (Ill.) 5 Kelli Baumgartner at Elmhurst 5 Lindsey Crum at Maryville

1/23/07 2/26/08 2/6/08 12/17/03 11/22/96 1/21/09 1/18/12 2/20/07 2/3/04 11/17/01 2/14/09

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 20 Caty Eeten vs. Greenville 2. 16 Caty Eeten at MacMurray 16 Lisa Byard at MSOE 4. 15 Caty Eeten vs. Knox 15 Jessica Reardon at Concordia (Ill.) 15 Tina Sharp vs. Northwestern (Wis.) 7. 14 Khassandrae Brown at Fontbonne 14 Nicole Fisher vs. Westminster 9. 13 Khassandrae Brown vs. Spalding 13 Lindsey Crum vs. Westminster

11/30/11 2/21/11 2/21/11 11/15/11 1/10/04 12/3/94 1/14/12 2/16/08 1/16/12 2/21/09

2/11/98 2/12/09

SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS POINTS 117 at Knox REBOUNDS 70 vs. Maryville ASSISTS 35 vs. Lincoln Christian STEALS 40 vs. Lincoln Christian BLOCKS 10 at Lincoln Christian FIELD GOALS 48 vs. Greenville FG ATTEMPTS 106 vs. Greenville FG % 66.7 vs. Rockford FREE THROWS 40 vs. Greenville 3-POINT FG 11 vs. Lincoln Christian

11/17/11 1995-96 1/20/11 1/20/11 2/19/09 1992-93 1992-93 1/25/03 11/30/11 1/20/11

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Kelli Adams Raeanne Albin Jessica Alwerdt

Years 2002-05 1998-02 1996-97

GP 79 93 6

FG-ATT 176-389 208-460 2-7

PCT. .452 .452 .286

3FG-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT. .000 .000 0.0

FT-ATT 89-195 215-314 2-3

PCT. .456 .685 .667

REB 364 622 10

ASST 28 114 1

STL 58 139 1

PTS AVG. 441 5.6 631 6.8 6 1.0

Kelli Baumgartner 2000-02 Teresa Brabender* 1985-86 Dawn Bradbury 1994-98 Jill Bradbury 1995-99 Kerrie Brayton 1996-97 Jenna Brooks 2011-Pres. Emilee Brown 2010-11 Khassandrae Brown 2010-12 Jacquie Bruell 1999-01 Sherry Bryan 1984-86 Kiley Bugaieski 2010-Pres. Lisa Byard 2008-12

49 N/A 99 77 16 26 15 49 45 47 49 100

297-812 N/A 350-766 70-190 12-32 45-135 39-132 279-523 48-127 374-N/A 71-224 333-752

.366 N/A .457 .368 .375 .333 .295 .533 .378 N/A .317 .443

67-205 N/A 0-2 0-0 0-0 13-51 23-72 0-2 0-0 N/A 45-136 0-0

.327 N/A .000 .000 .000 .255 .319 .000 .000 N/A .331 .000

170-233 N/A 204-322 19-32 2-2 27-47 20-26 249-320 37-74 179-222 29-39 310-470

.730 N/A .634 .594 1.000 .574 .769 .778 .500 .806 .744 .660

170 N/A 779 192 25 82 38 403 71 N/A 83 701

99 N/A 56 22 1 48 36 74 26 N/A 38 79

61 N/A 129 16 3 21 14 62 39 N/A 25 62

831 N/A 908 159 26 130 121 807 133 927 216 976

17.0 N/A 9.2 2.1 1.6 5.0 8.1 16.5 2.6 19.7 4.4 9.8

Heather Chorney Melissa Clements Gina Clifford Caitlin Closner Susan Collster Suzanne Colorado Debbie Confer Anita Conrad* Amy Coulter Diana Crowell* Lindsey Crum

2000-01 2011-Pres. 1992-93 2009-10 1999-00 2002-03 1987-88 1980-84 1997-01 1980-84 2008-09

25 24 20 9 10 8 22 N/A 79 N/A 25

21-87 17-52 10-48 12-22 3-7 13-26 37-100 59-122 132-294 97-295 140-324

.241 .327 .210 .545 .429 .500 .370 .480 .449 .340 .432

1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 39-109

.167 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .358

22-46 2-4 15-23 0-0 5-9 3-4 26-42 27-38 50-86 54-82 85-120

.478 .500 .650 .000 .556 .750 .620 .710 .581 .667 .708

54 53 20 31 5 13 74 95 281 118 115

39 1 22 7 0 2 N/A N/A 17 N/A 56

41 4 11 2 1 3 N/A N/A 35 N/A 30

65 36 35 24 11 29 100 145 314 248 404

2.6 1.5 1.8 2.7 1.1 3.6 3.4 N/A 4.0 N/A 16.2

Colleen Dabbert Mindy Daily Stef Dalenberg Sarah Deakin Dedrah Dismore Heather Dobey Jami Doggett Amy Douglas Katie Douglas Kim Downs Kelly Ducat Kelli Dunne

1988-89 2000-04 1997-01 2002-06 1988-89 2004-05 1996-97 2000-01 2004-05 2005-09 1988-92 2011-12

7 99 97 106 27 1 13 7 13 77 104 7

6-12 199-509 161-509 394-925 105-264 1-1 10-25 0-1 3-19 78-218 372-864 4-12

.500 .391 .316 .426 .398 1.000 .400 .000 .158 .358 .431 .333

0-0 22-83 20-97 1-15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-9 0-13 0-0 0-0

.000 .265 .206 .067 .000 .000 .000 .000 .111 .000 .000 .000

3-4 73-104 91-142 216-322 63-85 0-0 6-9 1-4 1-3 59-121 136-212 4-5

.750 .702 .641 .671 .741 .000 .667 .250 .333 .488 .642 .800

1 254 198 478 214 2 8 3 8 261 607 16

1 65 177 336 43 2 4 0 2 197 139 3

N/A 49 175 306 N/A 0 2 2 2 128 N/A 1

15 493 433 1,005 273 2 26 1 8 215 880 12

2.1 5.0 4.5 9.5 10.1 2.0 2.0 0.1 0.6 2.8 8.5 1.7

Ann Edens Caty Eeten Carrie Eisenbarth Kourtney Ewald

2002-04 2010-Pres. 1999-03 2011-Pres.

38 43 97 17

20-75 290-617 392-864 11-40

.267 .470 .454 .275

14-51 24-79 0-1 3-14

.275 .304 .000 .214

4-5 291-355 244-365 10-14

.800 .820 .668 .714

18 287 803 19

11 161 74 13

16 74 142 2

58 895 1,028 35

1.5 20.8 10.6 2.1

Remy Finch Nicole Fisher Jaquie Flanagan Janet Fletcher Cathee Formhals Katie Fraher Jena Frank

1992-94 2004-08 2009-12 1995-96 1989-91 2001-02 1993-97

30 101 51 24 36 8 93

4-42 .095 512-1,012 .506 135-359 .376 84-208 .404 42-103 .408 1-1 1.000 186-417 .446

0-2 0-6 29-113 6-23 0-0 0-0 5-16

.000 .000 .257 .261 .000 .000 .313

1-3 362-528 20-31 28-51 26-48 3-6 103-141

.333 .686 .645 .549 .540 .500 .730

20 892 143 65 103 4 363

14 128 64 63 8 0 115

2 115 56 60 N/A 0 138

9 1,386 319 202 110 5 480

0.3 13.7 6.3 8.4 3.1 0.6 5.2

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Danielle Funderburk

Years 1995-99

GP 71

FG-ATT 257-545

PCT. .472

3FG-ATT 4-7

PCT. .571

FT-ATT 164-255

PCT. .643

REB 449

ASST 99

STL 73

PTS AVG. 682 9.6

Brittany Gardner Kristen Garst Lisa Ghighi Dannette Gilmore* Sarah Gohl Elizabeth Greger

2004-08 2009-11 2006-08 1984-88 1994-98 2008-12

103 27 32 N/A 97 39

388-1,184 73-155 39-107 N/A 123-366 51-133

.328 .471 .364 N/A .336 .383

195-623 8-20 1-8 N/A 10-39 2-17

.313 .400 .125 N/A .256 .118

104-150 20-31 10-23 N/A 44-64 38-55

.693 .645 .435 N/A .688 .691

231 67 89 N/A 161 106

206 53 35 N/A 266 19

111 17 22 N/A 140 22

1,075 174 89 908 300 142

10.4 6.4 2.8 N/A 3.1 3.6

Sara Hamilton Molly Hardesty Alison Heinecke Amy Heller Alyssa Heyl Lindsey Hinshaw Britny Hoag Linda Hocker* Kim Holdenrid Sarah Holdenrid Aleshia Hummel

2010-12 2002-06 1996-98 1986-89 2007-08 2009-11 2011-12 1981-85 2003-07 2007-09 1998-02

50 106 34 77 7 21 1 N/A 100 47 80

176-468 248-675 21-48 436-1,080 0-0 18-50 0-2 N/A 66-245 24-95 34-96

.376 .367 .438 .404 .000 .360 .000 N/A .269 .253 .354

53-169 97-308 0-0 10-23 0-0 0-0 0-0 N/A 19-91 1-13 2-5

.314 .315 .000 .435 .000 .000 .000 N/A .208 .077 .400

58-83 76-116 8-11 134-210 0-0 6-12 0-0 N/A 30-53 21-33 31-74

.699 .655 .727 .638 .000 .500 .000 N/A .566 .636 .419

338 291 51 259 3 58 1 N/A 212 122 109

135 415 7 N/A 0 11 1 N/A 121 35 58

71 244 5 N/A 0 12 1 N/A 64 13 39

463 669 50 1,020 0 42 0 527 181 70 101

9.3 6.3 1.5 13.2 0.0 2.0 0.0 N/A 1.8 1.5 1.3

Cayci Johnson Wendy Johnson*

1997-98 1982-85

12 N/A

4-15 N/A

.267 N/A

0-0 N/A

.000 N/A

3-6 N/A

.500 N/A

11 N/A

6 N/A

2 N/A

11 161

0.9 N/A

Debbie Kessinger Kris Kistler Chantaivia Knight

1990-92 1992-96 2008-10

53 101 50

181-478 285-637 205-453

.379 .447 .453

9-27 0-1 0-0

.333 .000 .000

58-110 111-155 82-152

.527 .716 .539

181 391 428

241 153 36

N/A 106 48

447 681 492

8.4 6.7 9.8

Jeni LaFoy* Shelly Lange* Natalie Lardi Erin Larson Jami Larson Mary Lauwerens* Amy LeMaster Tammy Lind Shelly Lindsey Jamie Luecke

1987-90 1982-86 2004-05 1990-91 1989-93 1987-90 1994-96 1992-93 1992-96 1998-99

N/A N/A 16 28 100 N/A 45 13 84 10

N/A N/A 5-23 60-249 454-1,034 N/A 52-173 10-23 56-166 4-9

N/A N/A .217 .241 .439 N/A .301 .435 .337 .444

N/A N/A 1-3 0-0 26-64 N/A 18-51 0-0 0-8 0-0

N/A N/A .333 .000 .406 N/A .353 .000 .000 .000

N/A N/A 3-5 39-68 184-269 N/A 11-13 5-8 51-75 3-14

N/A N/A .600 .574 .684 N/A .846 .625 .680 .214

N/A N/A 15 125 391 N/A 62 26 127 3

N/A N/A 7 7 321 N/A 32 2 166 1

N/A N/A 4 N/A N/A N/A 31 5 87 3

N/A N/A 14 159 1,128 N/A 133 25 163 11

N/A N/A 0.9 5.7 11.3 N/A 3.0 1.9 1.9 1.1

Joni Magnussen Lucy Mansfield Laurie Martin* Jill McGinnis Kris Meznarich Tracy Miller* Megan Mirocha Michelle Myers

1991-92 1999-01 1987-90 1991-95 1984-85 1981-85 2005-06 1993-97

20 36 N/A 104 21 N/A 26 102

12-31 28-87 N/A 584-1,344 96-219 N/A 25-64 403-1,044

.387 .322 N/A .435 .438 N/A .391 .386

0-0 16-40 N/A 1-3 0-0 N/A 1-8 9-45

.000 .400 N/A .333 .000 N/A .125 .200

18-27 12-21 N/A 222-306 14-49 N/A 21-34 288-418

.667 .571 N/A .725 .286 N/A .618 .689

31 29 N/A 890 159 N/A 24 481

12 19 N/A 91 N/A N/A 18 278

N/A 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A 7 188

42 84 N/A 1,391 206 N/A 72 1,103

2.1 2.3 N/A 13.8 9.8 N/A 2.8 10.8

Shelby Naab Kelly Naborowski Courtney Neff

2005-08 2006-07 2005-06

71 13 20

146-431 0-1 18-63

.339 .000 .286

9-48 0-0 0-0

.188 .000 .000

117-216 1-2 13-20

.542 .500 .650

248 4 34

73 2 3

76 0 9

418 1 49

5.9 0.1 2.5

Janelle Olson Deb Owen*

1988-89 1981-85

8 N/A

4-9 N/A

.444 N/A

0-0 N/A

.000 N/A

8-11 N/A

.735 N/A

16 583

1 N/A

N/A N/A

16 N/A

2.0 N/A

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Rachel Parnau Brandi Payne Mandy Payne Tracy Pearson Kristy Peterson Jill Pfeifer* Sam Poterek

Years 2008-10 2006-08 1998-01 2002-03 1988-89 1984-87 2004-05

GP 8 41 33 2 11 N/A 9

FG-ATT 9-15 98-250 14-45 0-1 3-16 N/A 5-8

PCT. .600 .392 .311 .000 .188 N/A .625

3FG-ATT 0-2 0-1 2-4 0-0 0-0 N/A 0-0

PCT. .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 N/A .000

FT-ATT 0-0 65-93 9-13 0-0 2-2 N/A 0-2

PCT. .000 .699 .692 .000 .000 N/A .000

REB 7 227 10 0 5 N/A 15

ASST 5 65 7 0 4 N/A 2

STL 2 36 12 0 N/A N/A 4

PTS AVG. 18 2.3 261 6.4 39 1.2 0 0.0 8 0.7 N/A N/A 10 1.1

Laura Quick*

1985-86

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Liz Rassi Terese Raum Jessica Reardon Heidi Reiners Tina Rich Stacey Roberts Kris Roan Nicole Ropp Eileen Ruby Melissa Runge Autumn Ryney

2009-11 1988-92 2001-05 1998-00 1983-84 1996-99 2002-03 2007-08 1989-90 2006-07 1999-00

35 100 105 49 23 73 10 25 21 21 23

18-74 418-952 517-944 150-464 70-147 60-161 6-10 44-154 20-48 16-44 66-135

.243 .439 .548 .323 .476 .373 .600 .286 .417 .364 .489

4-20 2-6 0-3 6-28 0-0 1-2 0-0 14-57 0-0 0-0 0-0

.200 .333 .000 .214 .000 .500 .000 .246 .000 .000 .000

10-21 197-298 449-540 55-90 10-28 35-62 1-1 25-50 9-23 8-14 36-53

.476 .661 .831 .611 .357 .565 1.000 .500 .391 .571 .679

48 523 565 144 166 129 11 61 44 48 102

21 175 308 60 N/A 86 3 14 13 10 19

11 N/A 198 63 N/A 48 3 21 N/A 2 42

50 1,035 1,483 361 150 156 13 127 49 40 168

1.4 10.4 14.1 7.4 6.5 2.1 1.3 5.1 2.3 1.9 7.3

Jennifer Salmon 1999-03 Gena Schafer* 1981-85 Denise Schantz 1988-90 Amanda Schreck 2010-Pres. Wendy Schmaedeke 1995-99 Lynne Schulz* 1985-86 Lauren Schwanke 2010-11 Ashley Segerstrom 2011-12 Kim Selk 1991-92 Tina Sharp 1992-96 Monica Shelby 1983-84 Candace Sheley 2001-02 Amber Shelley 2001-04 Allison Shelton 2009-10 Kelsey Shoemake 2011-Pres. Mandi Sistek 2003-07 Hillary Smith 1998-99 Kara Smith 1987-90 Shiana Smith 2001-02 Heather Skelton 2008-09 Lauren Snopek 2008-10 Tracy Specketer 2002-04 Mollie Springer 2001-03 Leesa Stalter 2008-09 Samantha Stanley 2001-02 Jaylynn Stewart 2011-Pres. Abbi Stuaan 2003-04 Minda Sylvester 1996-99

57 N/A 23 38 83 N/A 16 6 20 102 20 11 76 17 15 101 13 68 9 16 50 32 33 24 25 20 5 75

22-76 N/A 16-46 31-113 123-356 N/A 8-33 0-1 21-55 412-1,146 26-69 23-75 60-186 55-94 13-29 192-445 2-8 154-431 0-1 9-17 185-526 84-289 60-144 5-21 40-101 63-180 0-2 270-690

.289 N/A .348 .274 .346 N/A .242 .000 .382 .360 .377 .307 .323 .585 .448 .431 .250 .357 .000 .529 .352 .291 .417 .238 .396 .350 .000 .391

0-1 N/A 0-0 23-78 45-114 N/A 0-2 0-1 0-0 2-7 0-0 5-20 18-45 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 135-349 0-0 0-0 49-157 49-178 2-6 0-0 0-0 18-55 0-0 2-11

.000 N/A .000 .295 .395 N/A .000 .000 .000 .286 .000 .250 .400 .000 .000 .000 .000 .387 .000 .000 .312 .275 .333 .000 .000 .327 .000 .182

6-18 N/A 2-5 14-23 27-38 N/A 1-6 1-1 6-11 297-393 15-23 7-11 24-38 22-38 10-16 151-236 0-0 43-67 0-0 6-7 88-117 31-42 13-24 12-27 11-32 34-47 2-2 231-318

.333 N/A .400 .609 .711 N/A .167 1.000 .545 .756 .652 .636 .632 .579 .625 .640 .000 .642 .000 .857 .752 .738 .542 .444 .344 .723 1.000 .726

85 N/A 33 49 118 N/A 40 1 42 627 30 27 100 63 38 410 5 164 0 11 139 69 70 79 74 82 1 415

9 N/A 21 32 71 N/A 5 0 6 98 N/A 27 109 59 7 120 2 N/A 1 5 196 45 26 13 13 37 0 155

9 N/A N/A 22 43 N/A 5 1 N/A 164 N/A 16 37 19 4 81 0 N/A 0 2 79 23 19 6 10 26 0 173

50 N/A 34 99 318 N/A 17 1 48 1,123 67 58 162 132 36 535 4 612 0 24 507 248 135 22 91 178 2 773

0.9 N/A 1.5 2.6 3.8 N/A 1.1 0.2 2.4 11.0 3.3 5.3 2.1 7.8 2.4 5.3 0.3 9.0 0.0 1.5 10.1 7.8 4.1 0.9 3.6 8.9 0.4 10.3

Sarah Taylor Beth Theobald Julie Thorsen

98 6 24

491-1,344 0-4 16-40

.365 .000 .400

121-383 0-0 0-0

.316 .000 .000

145-226 2-2 6-11

.642 1.000 .545

266 4 30

210 0 8

191 3 N/A 3

1,256 2 38

12.8 0.3 1.6

1994-98 2010-11 1990-91

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Leslye Tuttle*

Years 1984-88

GP N/A

FG-ATT N/A

PCT. N/A

3FG-ATT N/A

PCT. N/A

FT-ATT N/A

PCT. N/A

REB N/A

ASST N/A

STL N/A

PTS AVG. N/A N/A

Molly Vancil Karen Vandemore* Michelle Vaughn Lanie Viti

1999-00 1985-88 1991-93 2008-12

9 N/A 34 32

2-14 N/A 14-50 14-49

.143 N/A .260 .286

0-0 N/A 0-0 4-17

.000 N/A .000 .235

5-6 N/A 14-23 8-11

.833 N/A .609 .727

9 N/A 61 18

2 N/A 3 9

3 N/A N/A 9

9 N/A 42 40

1.0 N/A 1.2 1.3

Laura Wagner Glenda Warmbir Stacy Warmbir Jackie Weber Erin Webster Michelle Weston Jamie While Victoria White Mindy Whitehouse Duranda Whitman Julie Whittenburg Keli Wiley Bobbi Williams

1991-95 1986-88 1990-91 1991-94 1993-94 1991-95 1990-94 2011-Pres. 1990-94 1999-00 2006-07 1997-01 1987-90

87 45 26 77 27 82 107 7 98 3 1 95 76

5-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-13 6-18 10-35 0-1 56-175 0-0 0-0 16-93 0-0

.417 .000 .000 .000 .231 .333 .286 .000 .320 .000 .000 .172 .000

52-68 52-79 3-9 42-86 9-16 44-54 148-206 0-0 123-176 0-0 0-0 108-150 75-123

.765 .658 .333 .488 .563 .815 .718 .000 .699 .000 .000 .720 .610

103 278 48 252 35 91 282 14 309 0 0 211 515

52 N/A 8 7 35 52 352 1 183 0 0 142 N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A 26 N/A N/A 1 N/A 1 0 88 N/A

313 400 35 178 64 238 562 10 1,022 2 0 476 707

3.6 8.9 1.3 2.3 2.4 2.9 5.3 1.4 10.4 0.7 0.0 5.0 9.3

Crystal Yance

1990-91

8

5-18

.278

0-0

.000

0-2

.000

15

6

N/A

10

1.3

K.T. Zapushek

2006-08

13

4-12

.333

0-2

.000

3-4

.750

8

3

3

11

0.8

124-307 .404 174-444 .392 16-48 .333 68-191 .356 26-77 .338 95-229 .415 201-523 .384 5-12 .417 404-1,015 .398 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 176-602 .292 315-799 .394

* -- Incomplete statistics from 1984-1987. No individual statistics available prior to 1984.

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Jessica Reardon (2001-05) Jill McGinnis (1991-95) Nicole Fisher (2004-08) Sarah Taylor (1994-98) Jami Larson (1989-93) Tina Sharp (1992-96) Michelle Myers (1993-97) Brittany Gardner (2004-08) Terese Raum (1988-92) Carrie Eisenbarth (1999-03) Mindy Whitehouse (1990-94) Amy Heller (1986-89) Sarah Deakin (2002-06) Lisa Byard (2008-12) Sherry Bryan (1984-86) Dawn Bradbury (1994-98) Dannette Gilmore (1984-88) Caty Eeten (2010-Pres.) Kelly Ducat (1988-92) Kelli Baumgartner (2000-02) Khassandrae Brown (2010-12) Minda Sylvester (1996-99) Bobbi Williams (1987-90) Danielle Funderbunk (1995-99) Kris Kistler (1992-96) Molly Hardesty (2002-06) Raeanne Albin (1998-02) Kara Smith (1987-90) Jamie While (1990-94) Mandi Sistek (2003-07) *Linda Hocker (1981-85) Lauren Snopek (2008-10) Mindy Daily (2000-04) Chantaivia Knight (2008-10) Jena Frank (1994-98) Keli Wiley (1997-01) Sara Hamilton (2010-12) Debbie Kessinger (1990-92) Kelli Adams (2002-05) Stef Dalenberg (1997-01) Shelby Naab (2005-08) Lindsey Crum (2008-09) Glenda Warmbir (1986-88) Heidi Reiners (1998-00) *Mary Lauwerens (1987-90) Jaquie Flanagan (2009-12) Wendy Schmaedke (1995-99) Amy Coulter (1997-01) Laura Wagner (1991-95) Sarah Gohl (1994-98) *Gena Schafer (1981-85) Dedrah Dismore (1988-89) *Leslye Tuttle (1984-88) Brandi Payne (2006-08) *Karen Vandemore (1985-88)

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1,483 1,391 1,386 1,256 1,128 1,123 1,103 1,075 1,035 1,028 1,022 1,020 1,005 976 927 908 908 895 880 831 807 773 707 682 681 669 631 612 562 535 376 507 493 492 480 476 463 447 441 433 418 404 400 361 321 319 318 314 313 300 284 273 269 261 260

56. *Diana Crowell (1980-84) Tracy Specketer (2002-04) 58. *Deb Owen (1981-85) 59. Michelle Weston (1991-95) 60. *Laurie Martin (1987-90) 61. Kiley Bugaieski (2010-Pres.) 62. Kim Downs (2005-09) 63. Kris Meznarich (1984-85) 64. Janet Fletcher (1995-96) 65. Kim Holdenrid (2003-07) 66. Jaylynn Stewart (2011-Pres.) Jackie Weber (1991-94) 68. Kristen Garst (2009-11) 69. Autumn Ryney (1999-00) 70. *Shelly Lange (1982-86) 71. Shelly Lindsey (1992-96) 72. Amber Shelley (2001-04) 73. *Wendy Johnson (1982-85) 74. Jill Bradbury (1995-99) Erin Larson (1990-91) 76. Stacey Roberts (1996-99) 77. Tina Rich (1983-84) 78. *Anita Conrad (1980-84) 79. Elizabeth Greger (2008-12) 80. Mollie Springer (2001-03) 81. Jacquie Bruell (1999-01) Amy LeMaster (1994-96) 83. Allison Shelton (2009-10) 84. Jenna Brooks (2011-Pres.) 85. Nicole Ropp (2007-08) 86. Emilee Brown (2010-11) 87. Cathee Formhals (1989-91) 88. Aleshia Hummel (1998-02) 89. Debbie Confer (1987-88) 90. Amanda Schreck (2010-Pres.) 91. *Jill Pfeifer (1984-87) 92. Samantha Stanley (2001-02) 93. Lisa Ghighi (2006-08) 94. Lucy Mansfield (1999-01) 95. Megan Mirocha (2005-06) 96. Sarah Holdenrid (2007-09) 97. Monica Shelby (1983-84) 98. Heather Chorney (2000-01) 99. Erin Webster (1993-94) 100. Ann Edens (2002-04) Candace Sheley (2001-02) 102. *Tracy Miller (1981-85) 103. Alison Heinecke (1996-98) Liz Rassi (2009-11) Jennifer Salmon (1999-03) 106. Courtney Neff (2005-06) Eileen Ruby (1989-90) 108. *Jena LaFoy (1987-90) Kim Selk (1991-92) 110. Lindsey Hinshaw (2009-11)

248 248 245 238 223 216 215 206 202 181 178 178 174 168 167 163 162 161 159 159 156 150 145 142 135 133 133 132 130 127 121 110 101 100 99 93 91 89 84 72 70 67 65 64 58 58 54 50 50 50 49 49 48 48 42

Joni Magnussen (1991-92) Michelle Vaugh (1991-93) 113. Melissa Runge (2006-07) Lanie Viti (2008-12) 115. Brandi Payne (2006-08) 116. Julie Thorsen (1990-91) 117. Melissa Clements (2011-Pres.) Kelsey Shoemake (2011-12) 119. Gina Clifford (1992-93) Kourtney Ewald (2011-Pres.) Stacy Warmbir (1990-91) 122. Denise Schantz (1988-90) 123. Suzanne Colorado (2002-03) 124. Kerrie Brayton (1996-97) Jami Dogget (1996-97) 126. Tammy Lind (1992-93) 127. Caitlin Closner (2009-10) Heather Skelton (2008-09) 129. Leesa Stalter (2008-09) 130. Rachel Parnau (2008-10) 131. Lauren Schwanke (2010-11) 132. Janelle Olson (1988-89) 133. Colleen Dabbert (1988-89) 134. Natalie Lardi (2004-05) 135. Kris Roan (2002-03) 136. Kelli Dunne (2011-12) 137. Susan Collster (1999-00) Cayci Johnson (1997-98) Jamie Luecke (1998-99) K.T. Zapushek (2006-08) 141. Sam Poterek (2004-05) Victoria White (2011-Pres.) Crystal Yance (1990-91) 144. Remy Finch (1992-94) Molly Vancil (1999-00) 146. Katie Douglas (2004-05) Kristy Peterson (1988-89) 148. Jessica Alwerdt (1996-97) 149. Katie Fraher (2001-02) 150. Hillary Smith (1998-99) 151. Heather Dobey (2004-05) Abbi Stuaan (2003-04) Beth Theobald (2010-11) Duranda Whitman (1999-00) 155. Amy Douglas (2000-01) Kelly Nabrowski (2006-07) Ashley Segerstrom (2011-12)

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GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

RECORDS NOTE Game-by-game results are available through the NCAA database and the Eureka College archives dating back to the 1983-84 season. Any individuals with historical information prior to 1983 are encouraged to contact the Eureka College sports information office.

1983-84 Coach Nancy LaCursia 18-5 Overall 8-2 Prairie H: 7-1 • A: 10-3 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Monmouth W 67-39 vs. Judson L 45-59 vs. Silver Lake W 86-50 at George Williams L 50-55 MacMurray W 85-27 at Illinois Wesleyan W 74-24 at Anderson W 84-52 at Huntington W 65-57 at Transylvania W 62-46 Iowa Wesleyan W 71-50 Knox W 52-34 at Maryville W 89-35 Principia W 86-61 at Knox W 74-64 Maryville W 75-48 at Greenville L 54-63 at Blackburn W 75-45 at Principia W 60-44 at MacMurray W 92-26 at Trinity Christian W 70-49 Blackburn W 78-44 at Illinois College L 67-68 Greenville L 64-71

1984-85 Coach Nancy LaCursia 19-3 Overall 10-0 Prairie H: 10-1 • A: 9-2 George Williams W at Mt. St. Joseph W at Anderson W at Indiana Southeast W Blackburn W at Maryville W at Greenville W at MacMurray W at Quincy L Principia W MacMurray W Maryville W Greenville W Iowa Wesleyan W

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60-37 56-45 78-66 65-58 75-43 72-53 67-47 99-43 52-67 80-53 90-34 78-62 64-51 88-56

Knox at Blackburn National Louis Principia at McKendree at NE Illinois

W W W LF W L

76-38 80-63 68-62 75-63 47-73

1985-86 Coach Nancy LaCursia 17-9 Overall 9-1 Prairie H: 7-0 • A: 10-8 • N: 0-1 Date Opponent W-L Score at North Central (Ill.) L 72-74 vs. National Louis L 49-59 at Judson W 81-43 at Illinois College W 82-53 at Iowa Wesleyan W 87-62 at Chicago State L 48-57 at Monmouth L 54-55 at Principia W 50-38 Olivet Nazarene W 93-34 at Maryville L 64-74 Greenville W 74-56 MacMurray W 63-41 at Blackburn W 68-63 at St. Francis L 58-59 at Principia W 56-53 Maryville W 76-60 at McKendree L 61-65 at Greenville W 68-52 at MacMurray W 78-57 Washington (Mo.) W 76-70 Blackburn W 54-33 at Knox W 57-31 at National Louis L 56-58 at Illinois Wesleyan W 82-62 McKendree W 61-52 at Quincy L 72-82

1986-87 Coach Nancy LaCursia 17-8 Overall 7-3 Prairie H: 9-2 • A: 6-4 • N: 2-2 Date Opponent W-L Score Iowa Wesleyan W 71-63 vs. National Louis L 49-60 vs. Moody Bible W 86-75 at Illinois College W 67-57 vs. Beloit W 59-53 vs. Rockford L 54-81 Monmouth W 61-51 at Knox W 46-40 St. Francis L 47-60 Illinois Wesleyan W 61-57 at Washington (Mo.) L 54-67 at Missouri-St. Louis L 59-84 Blackburn W 63-43 Principia W 85-53 at Maryville W 48-47 at Greenville W 57-49 MacMurray W 59-50

NE Illinois at Blackburn at Principia at Illinois College Maryville Greenville McKendree at MacMurray

W W L W L W W L

67-55 64-58 58-63 67-61 56-70 76-66 63-49 53-64

1987-88 Coach Nancy LaCursia 16-9 Overall 9-1 Prairie H: 6-3 • A: 9-5 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score at Iowa Wesleyan W 79-59 at St. Francis L 37-73 vs. Judson W 55-53 vs. National Louis L 47-54 Illinois College L 48-49 Knox L 58-69 Dominican (Ill.) L 49-56 at Olivet Nazarene W 63-58 at Mundelein L 51-78 at Illinois Wesleyan W 73-69 MacMurray W 75-62 Blackburn W 60-53 at Principia W 67-37 at Teikyo Marycrest L 48-69 at Maryville L 49-55 Greenville W 72-57 at Monmouth W 59-56 at MacMurray W 72-64 at Blackburn W 54-51 at NE Illinois W 63-54 Principia W 73-52 Maryville W 72-50 National Louis W 64-51 at Greenville W 73-47 at McKendree L 47-56

1988-89 Coach Nancy LaCursia 12-15 Overall 8-2 Prairie H: 8-6 • A: 4-9 Date Opponent W-L Iowa Wesleyan L St. Francis L at Judson L at Moody Bible W at Knox L at Illinois College L at Dominican (Ill.) L Olivet Nazarene L Aurora W at Principia W at Missouri-St. Louis L McKendree L at Greenville L Monmouth L MacMurray W

Score 39-40 57-72 40-45 66-22 52-87 60-73 54-92 72-84 62-42 78-64 59-79 46-57 82-84 60-68 90-68

at Blackburn Teikyo Marycrest Principia Maryville Greenville at MacMurray NE Illinois Illinois Wesleyan Blackburn at Maryville at St. Ambrose at National Louis

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

69-56 57-65 81-49 72-54 60-54 73-86 79-58 71-43 72-52 69-45 59-94 59-70

1989-90 Coach Nancy LaCursia 9-16 Overall 4-6 Prairie H: 2-8 • A: 7-8 Date Opponent W-L at Iowa Wesleyan W at Olivet Nazarene L at Judson W at Olivet Nazarene L Knox L National Louis L at Illinois Wesleyan W Illinois College L at Lindenwood L at Webster W Mundelein L at Maryville L at Monmouth L Greenville L at MacMurray W Blackburn L at Principia W Trinity Christian L Maryville W at Greenville L at Aurora W MacMurray W at Blackburn L at McKendree L Principia L

Score 97-45 63-92 58-57 55-64 50-72 40-64 49-48 59-63 62-63 80-29 52-58 50-54 42-60 60-67 69-64 64-70 66-58 41-67 62-60 55-75 56-45 59-36 56-63 50-71 51-55

1990-91 Coach Nancy LaCursia 16-12 Overall 7-1 Prairie H: 9-4 • A: 7-8 Date Opponent W-L Cardinal Stritch L Iowa Wesleyan W at Knox L at National Louis L at Cornerstone L at Judson W Olivet Nazarene W at Illinois College L at Rockford W at McKendree W at Lindenwood L Illinois Wesleyan L

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W 78-49 L 74-80 W 74-49 W 81-78 W 87-56 L 68-75 W 104-51 W 88-55 W 62-57 W 63-53 L 56-57 L 72-73 W 84-53 W 80-57 W 77-72 L 42-93

Knox at Judson Monmouth Rockford at Greenville Missouri Baptist at Aurora at Moody Bible at Trinity at Maryville McKendree Iowa Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Concordia (Ill.) Greenville at Trinity

W 78-54 W 77-61 W 90-54 W 88-45 W 91-36 L 70-78 L 74-90 W 83-38 L 58-80 W 67-48 L 68-71 W 76-62 W 88-77 W 88-55 W 103-58 L 58-72

1991-92

1993-94

Coach Sandy Schuster 19-7 Overall

Coach Sandy Schuster 22-5 Overall

H: 10-0 • A: 8-6 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Trinity W 72-49 at Trinity Christian W 62-57 Illinois College W 80-54 at Concordia (Ill.) W 83-54 at Blackburn W 64-62 vs. Cornerstone W 77-58 vs. Grace L 74-75 at Brescia L 58-84 at William Woods L 58-74 at Harris-Stowe L 56-77 Blackburn W 55-54 at Olivet Nazarene L 57-77 Lindenwood W 63-56 Knox W 71-60 Moody Bible W 85-29 Rockford W 93-52 Judson W 70-57 at Monmouth W 69-67 at Greenville W 82-42 at Illinois Wesleyan W 74-67 at Cardinal Stritch L 67-74 at Iowa Wesleyan W 101-56 at McKendree W 89-80 National Louis W 69-59 Greenville W 94-43

1992-93 Coach Sandy Schuster 19-7 Overall H: 11-2 • A: 8-5 Date Opponent W-L Score at Wisconsin-Stout L 71-93 at Grace W 97-88 Trinity Christian W 69-67 Principia W 75-55 MacMurray W 102-61 at Indiana Wesleyan W 62-58 at Mt. Vernon Nazarene L 67-92 Olivet Nazarene W 85-66 at Blackburn W 65-61 at Purdue-Calumet W 90-86

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H: 10-1 • A: 11-4 • Date Opponent at Ashford at Clarke Illinois Tech Trinity Christian Blackburn at Olivet Nazarene vs. Grace at Trinity Christian Purdue-Calumet Judson at Concordia (Ill.) Missouri Baptist at MacMurray at McKendree National Louis Ashford at Greenville at St. Francis Trinity at Rockford at Monmouth at Cornell at Illinois Wesleyan at Principia Greenville CCAC Tournament Trinity Christian at Indiana Tech

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 92-60 L 67-75 W 89-35 W 77-65 W 67-45 W 78-74 W 63-56 W 52-44 W 79-59 W 87-74 W 86-72 W 80-70 W 67-60 L 80-92 W 83-69 W 93-44 W 74-41 W 78-73 L 56-64 W 71-70 W 75-46 W 81-54 L 59-70 W 106-65 W 86-75 W L

76-59 60-93

at Judson Maryville at Blackburn at Concordia (Ill.) Judson at Indiana Tech Monmouth at Illinois Tech at Greenville Indiana Tech at Trinity Christian McKendree MacMurray Cornell Trinity Christian Rockford at Knox Michigan-Dearborn at Trinity

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

64-87 83-27 61-60 67-65 76-60 51-74 70-54 67-35 58-60 56-70 76-60 61-74 68-71 84-40 69-46 95-59 66-61 78-76 86-75

1995-96 Coach Sandy Schuster 17-8 Overall

1997-98

H: 8-3 • A: 9-3 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score vs. Concordia (Wis.) W 87-55 at Carroll L 50-60 at Trinity Christian W 74-60 Clarke L 60-77 vs. Missouri Baptist L 72-83 at Teikyo Marycrest W 70-69 at Elmhurst W 71-68 Westminster W 80-65 Blackburn W 77-54 Concordia (Ill.) W 92-63 Knox W 74-59 at Rockford W 81-59 North Central (Ill.) L 58-59 at McKendree W 60-55 at Illinois Wesleyan W 96-84 Illinois-Springfield W 69-61 at Maryville W 72-32 at Monmouth L 80-88 Illinois Tech W 73-37 at Cornell W 85-64 at Augustana L 59-70 Olivet Nazarene L 69-72 at MacMurray W 81-64 Greenville W 88-58 Webster W 99-46

Coach Sandy Schuster 15-9 Overall 6-4 NIIC (3rd of 6)

1994-95

1996-97

Coach Sandy Schuster 18-9 Overall

Coach Sandy Schuster 11-14 Overall 4-6 NIIC (4th of 6)

H: 8-4 • A: 7-3 • N: 3-0 Date Opponent W-L Score Clarke Tournament (Dubuque, Iowa) vs. Dubuque W 76-64 at Clarke W 68-63 Illinois Wesleyan L 68-85 at Teikyo Marycrest W 73-69 vs. Northwestern (Wis.) W 79-75 Olivet Nazarene W 77-69

Lakeland Tournament (Sheboygan, Wis.) D 7 vs. Rockford W 74-40 D 8 at Lakeland L 52-71 D 11 Augustana L 66-70 J 7 DePauw L 46-74 J 9 at North Central (Ill.) L 62-88 J 11 Benedictine L 65-68 J 14 at Trinity International L 60-63 J 21 Concordia (Ill.) W 81-73 J 25 Aurora L 55-59 J 28 at Rockford W 76-38 J 30 Monmouth W 76-71 F 1 Clarke L 75-85 F 4 at Benedictine L 53-57 F 8 Trinity International L 85-88 F 11 at Greenville W 65-62 F 13 Illinois Wesleyan W 83-72 F 15 at Concordia (Ill.) W 59-44 F 18 at Aurora L 62-100 F 22 Rockford W 67-40 F 25 at Clarke L 63-71

H: 6-6 • A: 4-7 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Carroll Tournament (Waukesha, Wis.) N 22 vs. Manchester L 74-75 N 23 at Carroll W 75-65 N 26 Elmhurst W 75-73 D 3 at Blackburn L 60-73 D 5 MacMurray W 63-49

H: 8-2 • A: 6-4 • N: 1-3 Date Opponent W-L Score Carroll Tournament (Waukesha, Wis.) N 21 vs. North Park L 75-87 N 22 vs. North Central (Ill.) L 41-76 N 25 at Elmhurst W 69-66 D 2 Blackburn W 70-64 D 4 at Augustana L 46-63 D 9 at Knox W 56-44 DePauw Tournament (Greencastle, Ind.) D 12 vs. Kalamazoo L 62-73 D 13 vs. Dominican (Ill.) W 57-53 J 9 Rose-Hulman W 75-39

OVERTIME GAMES Since 1983-84 11-7 Overall H: 8-3 • A: 4-3 • N: 0-1 Date Opponent Result 90-91 McKendree W, 77-72 91-92 Lindenwood W, 63-56 92-93 at Purdue-Calumet W, 90-86 95-96 at Illinois Wesleyan W, 96-84 1-11-97 Benedictine L, 65-68 2-14-98 Benedictine W, 85-76 11-20-99 vs. North Park L, 69-79 2-20-01 Clarke W, 70-68 12-1-01 vs. Asbury L, 91-92 12-7-02 Blackburn W, 71-69 1-15-05 at Benedictine L, 66-67 2-10-05 Aurora L, 46-47 2-15-05 at Aurora W, 50-49 2-23-05 Benedictine W, 70-65 12-8-05 Knox W, 66-60 1-20-07 Greenville W, 63-59 2-23-08 at Webster L, 68-71 2-16-11 Blackburn L, 66-71

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Trinity International Illinois College Clarke at Concordia (Ill.) at Benedictine Aurora at Rockford at Monmouth North Central (Ill.) at Clarke Concordia (Ill.) Benedictine at Aurora Rockford at Illinois Wesleyan

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

76-57 70-54 54-52 72-57 57-65 70-76 74-39 58-53 51-62 55-78 69-55 85-76 70-88 68-38 69-61

1998-99 Coach Sandy Schuster 12-14 Overall 4-6 NIIC (4th of 6) H: 5-6 • A: 5-7 • N: 2-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Carroll Tournament (Waukesha, Wis.) N 20 at Carroll W 68-63 N 21 vs. North Park W 77-66 N 24 Elmhurst L 52-54 D 1 at Blackburn W 68-47 Greenville Tournament (Greenville, Ill.) D 4 vs. Harris-Stowe L 49-59 D 5 vs. Lincoln Christian W 78-59 D 8 Illinois Wesleyan L 69-91 D 10 at Illinois College L 55-80 D 12 Monmouth L 62-70 J 9 at Dominican (Ill.) W 59-54 J 12 Knox W 61-48 J 16 Rockford W 80-67 J 19 at Concordia (Ill.) W 50-43 J 23 at Clarke L 66-78 J 26 Aurora W 62-52 J 27 at Rose-Hulman W 57-41 J 30 at Benedictine L 55-83 F 3 Augustana L 50-54 F 6 at Rockford L 53-61 F 9 Concordia (Ill.) W 71-51 F 11 at Trinity International L 67-71 F 13 Clarke L 44-56 F 16 at Aurora L 58-80 F 20 Benedictine L 54-66 NIIC Tournament F 23 Concordia (Ill.) W 53-42 F 25 at Clarke L 57-63

1999-00 Coach Sandy Schuster 6-19 Overall 3-7 NIIC H: 3-6 • A: 2-9 • N: 0-4 Date Opponent W-L Score Carroll Tournament (Waukesha, Wis.) N 19 vs. Concordia (Wis.) L 55-65 N 20 vs. North Park L 69-79 N 23 at Elmhurst L 47-63 N 30 Blackburn W 72-64

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North Central Tournament (Naperville, Ill.) D 3 vs. Franklin L 47-63 D 4 vs. Greenville L 51-68 D 9 Webster L 65-71 D 11 at Monmouth L 53-77 J 6 at Knox W 53-52 J 8 Dominican (Ill.) L 47-66 J 10 at Westminster L 61-76 J 13 Lincoln Christian W 83-24 J 15 at Rockford L 57-61 J 18 Concordia (Ill.) W 55-40 J 22 Clarke L 35-54 J 25 at Aurora L 63-74 J 29 Benedictine W 78-74 J 31 Fontbonne L 56-61 F 3 at Illinois Wesleyan L 52-71 F 5 Rockford L 45-72 F 8 at Concordia (Ill.) W 47-45 F 12 at Clarke L 38-61 F 15 Aurora L 52-68 F 19 at Benedictine L 66-76 NIIC Tournament F 22 at Aurora L 45-68

2000-01 Coach Sandy Schuster 6-19 Overall 3-9 NIIC H: 5-7 • A: 1-11 • N: 0-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Carroll Tournament (Waukesha, Wis.) N 17 at Carroll L 48-87 N 18 vs. Concordia (Wis.) L 53-79 N 21 Elmhurst W 61-49 N 28 at Blackburn L 64-84 N 30 Monmouth L 59-70 D 2 Illinois Wesleyan L 70-94 D 8 at Fontbonne L 50-82 D 9 at Webster L 77-93 J 4 at Westminster L 59-61 J 6 at Greenville L 66-75 J 7 Illinois College L 59-68 J 9 Dominican (Ill.) L 52-53 J 11 Alverno W 52-37 J 13 at Rockford L 70-74 J 16 Concordia (Ill.) W 66-53 J 20 Aurora L 42-65 J 23 at Benedictine L 65-94 J 27 at Clarke L 53-66 F 3 at Dominican (Ill.) L 70-73 F 6 Rockford L 65-82 F 8 Knox W 68-58 F 10 at Concordia (Ill.) W 64-51 F 13 at Aurora L 53-83 F 17 Benedictine L 70-78 F 20 Clarke W 70-68

2001-02 Coach Sandy Schuster 8-17 Overall 4-8 NIIC H: 3-9 • A: 5-5 • N: 0-3 Date Opponent W-L Score Elmhurst Tournament (Elmhurst, Ill.) N 16 at Elmhurst W 65-45 N 17 vs. Alma L 60-75 N 20 at Alverno W 63-51 N 27 at Monmouth W 66-65 Greenville Tournament (Greenville, Ill.) N 30 vs. Carthage (Wis.) L 54-71 D 1 vs. Asbury L 91-92 D 4 Illinois Wesleyan L 51-74 EC Classic (Reagan Center) D 7 Blackburn L 60-68 D 8 Fontbonne L 49-59 D 12 Knox W 60-50 D 15 Greenville L 52-69 J 5 Westminster L 47-64 J 8 at Dominican (Ill.) W 63-59 J 12 Rockford L 61-80 J 15 at Concordia (Ill.) W 65-57 J 19 at Aurora L 44-75 J 22 Benedictine L 64-73 J 26 Clarke L 51-67 F 2 Dominican (Ill.) W 54-49 F 5 at Rockford L 64-74 F 7 at Knox L 63-65 F 9 Concordia (Ill.) W 63-53 F 12 Aurora L 43-53 F 16 at Benedictine L 54-72 F 19 at Clarke L 54-64

2002-03 Coach Sandy Schuster 16-10 Overall 7-5 NIIC (4th of 7) H: 10-3 • A: 5-7 • N: 1-0 Date Opponent W-L Score Elmhurst Tournament (Elmhurst, Ill.) N 22 at Elmhurst L 51-59 N 23 vs. Edgewood W 60-59 N 26 at Blackburn W 71-59 EC Classic (Reagan Center) D 6 Greenville L 64-81 D 7 Blackburn W 71-69 D 10 at Illinois Wesleyan L 58-77 D 14 at Rockford L 66-74 D 15 Monmouth W 54-48 D 29 at MSOE W 68-59 J 4 Concordia (Ill.) W 52-29 J 7 Aurora L 68-74 J 11 at Benedictine L 57-69 J 13 Fontbonne L 49-54 J 15 at Clarke W 75-55 J 18 Alverno W 83-30 J 21 Dominican (Ill.) W 80-52 J 25 Rockford W 78-64 J 28 at Concordia (Ill.) W 70-42 F 1 at Aurora L 57-59 F 4 Benedictine W 68-60

F8 F 10 F 13 F 15

Clarke W at Knox W Lincoln Christian W at Dominican (Ill.) L NIIC Tournament F 17 Dominican (Ill.) W F 19 at Aurora L

62-26 46-45 91-65 55-71 59-53 62-69

2003-04 Coach Sandy Schuster 13-13 Overall 4-8 NIIC H: 8-5 • A: 5-7 • N: 0-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Elmhurst Tournament (Elmhurst, Ill.) N 21 at Elmhurst W 60-59 N 22 vs. Defiance L 52-69 N 25 at Blackburn W 63-61 D 2 at Lincoln Christian W 57-39 EC Classic (Reagan Center) D 5 Blackburn W 77-65 D 6 MacMuray W 58-38 D 9 Illinois Wesleyan W 55-50 D 11 Knox L 46-50 D 17 at Monmouth L 63-65 J 3 MSOE L 70-71 J 6 Rockford W 69-59 J 8 Alverno W 63-42 J 10 at Concordia (Ill.) W 58-56 J 13 at Aurora L 45-75 J 17 Benedictine L 52-59 J 21 Clarke L 54-55 J 24 STL Pharmacy W 74-55 J 28 at Dominican (Ill.) L 59-72 J 31 at Rockford L 45-50 F 3 Concordia (Ill.) L 62-64 F 7 Aurora W 56-51 F 10 at Benedictine L 67-77 F 14 at Clarke L 56-58 F 16 at Knox W 58-51 F 21 Dominican (Ill.) W 82-51 NIIC Tournament F 19 at Aurora L 40-57

2004-05 Coach Sandy Schuster 21-7 Overall 8-4 NIIC H: 12-2 • A: 8-4 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Elmhurst Tournament (Elmhurst, Ill.) N 19 vs. Grinnell L 70-73 N 20 vs. MacMurray W 101-61 N 23 Blackburn W 68-52 N 30 at Knox W 58-48 EC Classic (Reagan Center) D 3 Blackburn W 54-44 D 4 Greenville W 68-56 D 7 at Illinois Wesleyan L 49-70 D 9 Lincoln Christian W 83-54 D 17 Monmouth W 66-61 J 4 at MSOE W 64-59 J 5 at Alverno W 55-51

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Concordia (Ill.) L at Dominican (Ill.) W at Benedictine L Rockford W Knox W at Clarke W at STL Pharmacy W at Concordia (Ill.) W Dominican (Ill.) W Benedictine W Aurora L at Rockford L at Aurora W Clarke W NIIC Tournament F 21 Dominican (Ill.) W F 23 Benedictine W F 26 at Rockford L

49-60 66-64 66-67 58-54 52-44 73-55 68-33 55-52 71-61 64-50 46-47 59-65 50-49 65-57 79-50 70-65 46-81

2005-06 Coach Sandy Schuster 15-11 Overall 3-7 NIIC H: 10-3 • A: 4-7 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Elmhurst Tournament (Elmhurst, Ill.) N 18 vs. Marian (Wis.) L 54-66 N 19 vs. MacMurray W 59-58 N 22 at Lincoln Christian W 71-62 N 29 Illinois Wesleyan L 46-74 EC Classic (Reagan Center) D 2 Greenville W 66-57 D 3 Blackburn W 67-46 D 6 at Greenville W 66-52 D 8 Knox W 66-60 D 15 Alverno W 71-45 D 16 MSOE W 62-49 J 3 at Monmouth L 36-81 J 4 at Knox W 68-44 J 7 Concordia (Ill.) W 66-64 J 14 Benedictine L 52-70 J 17 at Aurora L 65-75 J 21 at Clarke L 41-57 J 24 at Rockford L 46-55 J 26 Marian (Wis.) W 60-49 J 30 at MacMurray W 56-48 F 1 STL Pharmacy W 64-49 F 4 at Benedictine L 52-70 F 7 Aurora W 58-56 F 11 Clarke W 71-63 F 14 Rockford L 61-67 F 18 at Concordia (Ill.) L 52-71 NIIC Tournament F 21 at Aurora L 61-69

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2006-07 Coach Sandy Schuster 11-13 Overall 10-8 SLIAC H: 8-4 • A: 3-8 • N: 0-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Elmhurst Tournament (Elmhurst, Ill.) N 17 at Elmhurst L 57-72 N 18 vs. Johnson & Wales L 42-54 N 21 Knox W 72-58 N 28 at Illinois Wesleyan L 50-86 EC Classic (Reagan Center) D 2 MSOE L 41-52 D 6 Blackburn W 53-47 D 13 at Fontbonne L 64-72 J 3 Monmouth L 52-70 J 6 Maryville L 35-87 J 9 at Lincoln Christian W 54-38 J 12 at Webster W 65-59 J 13 at Westminster L 55-63 J 16 MacMurray W 63-51 J 20 Greenville W 63-59 J 23 at Principia L 64-75 J 27 Fontbonne L 59-72 J 30 at Blackburn L 60-69 F 1 Lincoln Christian W 48-39 F 3 at Maryville L 58-95 F 6 at MacMurray W 59-41 F 9 Webster W 53-47 F 10 Westminster W 53-44 F 17 at Greenville L 54-56 F 20 Principia W 62-54

2007-08 Coach Abby Hearn 7-18 Overall 5-11 SLIAC H: 4-7 • A: 3-10 • N: 0-1 Date Opponent W-L Score Carroll Tournament (Waukesha, Wis.) N 16 at Carroll L 46-83 N 17 vs. S’western (Texas) L 39-64 N 20 at Illinois Wesleyan 40-90 EC Classic (Reagan Center) N 30 Dubuque L 64-72 D 5 Blackburn L 60-65 D 8 Principia W 68-43 D 12 at Monmouth L 43-62 D 14 at Knox L 47-53 J 5 at Maryville L 50-82 J 7 RMU-Springfield L 58-66 J 9 Fontbonne L 52-68 J 12 at Westminster L 52-62 J 16 at MacMurray W 61-39 J 19 Webster W 55-44 J 23 Greenville L 58-60 J 26 at Principia W 45-39 J 30 at Lincoln Christian W 52-41 F 2 Maryville L 55-82 F 6 at Blackburn L 70-72 F 9 at Fontbonne L 51-63 F 13 MacMurray W 65-59 F 16 Westminster L 55-61

F 20 at Greenville F 23 at Webster F 26 Lincoln Christian

L L W

47-63 68-71 68-33

2008-09

F6 F 11 F 13 F 17 F 20 F 23

Webster at Principia at Spalding Lincoln Christian Westminster at Greenville

Coach Abby Hearn 5-20 Overall 3-13 SLIAC H: 3-10 • A: 2-10 Date Opponent W-L Score N 18 Monmouth L 53-60 N 26 at Concordia (Ill.) L 56-71 N 29 at Mount Mary L 70-76 D 3 Greenville L 40-47 EC Classic (Reagan Center) D 5 RMU-Springfield L 50-86 D 6 Carthage (Wis.) L 50-61 D 9 Fontbonne W 69-52 D 21 at Dominican (Ill.) L 53-75 J 3 at Maryville L 56-91 J 5 Knox L 71-76 J 7 at Blackburn L 49-64 J 10 Principia L 59-69 J 17 at Webster L 64-75 J 21 at MacMurray W 80-77 J 24 Westminster L 58-62 J 28 at Greenville L 46-54 J 31 at Fontbonne L 57-77 F 4 Webster L 42-65 F 7 at Principia L 59-62 F 11 Blackburn L 57-60 F 12 Lincoln Christian W 62-45 F 14 Maryville L 56-75 F 19 at Lincoln Christian W 54-47 F 21 at Westminster L 68-81 F 24 MacMurray W 76-55

L W L W L L

69-80 72-63 51-65 76-29 47-65 55-56

2010-11 Coach Taren Martin 9-15 Overall 5-11 SLIAC (T-6th of 9) Date N 18 N 20 N 23 N 30 D4 D 16 D 18 D 20 J4 J6 J8 J 12 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 26 J 29 F5 F9 F 12 F 14 F 16 F 19 F 22

H: 4-7 • A: 5-8 Opponent W-L Score at Knox L 40-79 MSOE L 55-69 Concordia (Ill.) W 58-51 Principia W 69-60 at Webster L 29-69 at RMU-Springfield L 56-88 at Illinois-Springfield L 70-87 at Mount Mary W 92-73 at Fontbonne L 58-71 at Greenville L 57-68 Westminster L 72-79 at Spalding L 57-82 MacMurray W 75-57 Lincoln Christian W 114-29 at Blackburn WF 72-80 Spalding L 39-92 Webster L 54-70 Fontbonne L 64-70 at Lincoln Christian W 97-27 at Principia W 77-68 Greenville L 73-86 Blackburn L 66-71 at Westminster L 57-85 at MacMurray W 82-74

2009-10 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

Coach Abby Hearn 6-19 Overall 2-14 SLIAC Date N 20 N 21 N 25 D2 D4 D5 D 10 D 15 D 19 J2 J6 J9 J 13 J 16 J 20 J 23 J 27 J 30 F3

H: 3-9 • A: 3-10 Opponent W-L Score at Mount Mary W 77-40 at MSOE L 46-66 at Monmouth L 47-75 at MacMurray L 50-57 EC Classic (Reagan Center) Mount Mary W 79-21 RMU-Springfield L 61-75 Greenville W 75-70 Knox L 79-86 at Dominican (Ill.) L 61-75 at Fontbonne L 51-77 at Webster L 49-70 Spalding L 62-77 at Lincoln Christian W 82-22 at Westminster L 53-54 at Blackburn L 38-63 Principia L 70-76 MacMurray L 75-86 Fontbonne L 51-85 Blackburn L 58-74

Exclusive Division III era Since 1996-97 Round QF SF QF SF QF QF SF C QF SF C

Opponent Result 1999 NIIC Tournament Concordia (Ill.) W, 53-42 at Clarke L, 57-63 2003 NIIC Tournament Dominican (Ill.) W, 59-53 at Aurora L, 62-69 2004 NIIC Tournament at Aurora L, 40-57 2005 NIIC Tournament Dominican (Ill.) W, 79-50 Benedictine W, 70-65 at Rockford L, 46-81 2006 NIIC Tournament at Aurora L, 61-69 2012 SLIAC Tournament vs. Fontbonne W, 63-56 at Westminster L, 54-60

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2011-12 Coach Taren Martin 21-5 Overall 13-3 SLIAC (T-2nd of 9) H: 10-2 • A: 9-2 • N: 2-1 Date Opponent W-L Score N 15 RMU-Springfield W 74-65 N 17 Knox W 117-98 N 22 at Concordia (Ill.) W 80-57 N 30 Greenville W 83-73 D 3 Principia L 58-68 D 7 at Lincoln Christian W 99-44 D 17 Silver Lake W 76-34 D3Hoops.com Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) D 27 vs. Concordia (Wis.) W 63-52 D 29 vs. Simpson L 70-94 J 4 at Spalding W 71-58 J 7 Westminster L 67-80 J 10 Webster W 81-62 J 14 at Fontbonne W 79-63 J 16 Spalding W 82-69 J 18 at Blackburn W 88-66 J 21 at Principia W 83-44 J 25 MacMurray W 69-35 J 28 at Greenville W 74-65 F 1 Blackburn W 73-50 F 4 at Webster W 81-65 F 8 Lincoln Christian W 90-37 F 11 Fontbonne W 82-80 F 18 at Westminster L 71-82 F 21 at MacMurray W 53-47 SLIAC Tournament (Fulton, Mo.) F 24 vs. Fontbonne W 63-56 F 25 at Westminster L 54-60

Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Record 2-11 6-9 8-10 4-10 2-9 7-17 8-14 15-7 18-5 19-3 17-9 17-8 16-9 12-16 9-16 16-12 19-7 19-7 22-5 18-9 17-8 11-14 15-9 12-14 6-19 6-19 8-17 16-10 13-13 21-7 15-11 11-13 7-18 5-20 6-19 9-15 21-5

Conference ----------------8-2 PCC 10-0 PCC 9-1 PCC 7-3 PCC 9-1 PCC 8-2 PCC 4-6 PCC 7-1 PCC ----------4-6 NIIC 6-4 NIIC 4-6 NIIC 3-7 NIIC 3-9 NIIC 4-8 NIIC 7-5 NIIC 4-8 NIIC 8-4 NIIC 3-7 NIIC 10-8 SLIAC 5-11 SLIAC 3-13 SLIAC 2-14 SLIAC 5-11 SLIAC 13-3 SLIAC

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

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

Head Coach Beth Verner Colleen Dempsey Colleen Dempsey Bonita Howard Unknown Judy Johnson Judy Johnson Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Nancy LaCursia Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Sandy Schuster Abby Hearn Abby Hearn Abby Hearn Taren Martin Taren Martin

HEAD COACHING HISTORY Seasons 1975-76 1976-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-82 1982-91 1991-07 2007-10 2010-Pres. Totals

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Record 2-11 14-19 4-10 2-9 15-31 141-84 229-182 18-57 30-20 455-423

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS ALMA 0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-17-01 *Elmhurst, Ill. L 60-75

ALVERNO 6-0 Overall H: 4-0 • A: 2-0 Date Location W-L 1-11-01 Eureka W 11-20-01 Milwaukee W 1-18-03 Eureka W 1-8-04 Eureka W 1-5-05 Milwaukee W 12-15-05 Eureka W

Score 52-37 63-51 83-30 63-42 55-51 71-45

2-16-99 1-25-00 2-12-00 1-20-01 2-13-01 1-19-02 2-12-02 1-7-03 2-1-03 2-19-03 1-13-04 2-7-04 2-19-04 2-10-05 2-15-05 1-17-06 2-7-06 2-21-06

ANDERSON Date 83-84 84-85

W-L Score W 84-52 W 78-66

Date 86-87

W-L Score L 91-92

2-0 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 1-0 Location W-L Score Clinton W 92-60 Eureka W 93-44

AUGUSTANA 0-4 Overall H: 0-2 • A: 0-2 Date Location W-L 95-96 Rock Island L 12-11-96 Eureka L 12-4-97 Rock Island L 2-3-99 Eureka L

W-L Score W 59-53

5-16 Overall

ASHFORD Date 93-94 93-94

N: 1-0 Location *Elgin, Ill.

BENEDICTINE

0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Location *Greenville, Ill.

58-80 63-74 43-53 42-65 53-83 44-75 43-53 68-74 57-59 62-69 45-75 56-51 40-57 46-47 50-49 65-75 58-56 61-69

1-0 Overall

ASBURY Date 12-1-01

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

BELOIT

2-0 Overall A: 2-0 Location Anderson Anderson

Aurora Aurora Eureka Eureka Aurora Aurora Eureka Eureka Aurora Aurora Aurora Eureka Aurora Eureka Aurora Aurora Eureka Aurora

Score 59-70 66-70 46-63 50-54

Date 1-11-97 2-4-97 1-24-98 2-14-98 1-30-99 2-20-99 1-29-00 2-16-00 1-23-01 2-17-01 1-22-02 2-16-02 1-11-03 2-4-03 1-17-04 2-10-04 1-15-05 2-8-05 2-23-05 1-14-06 2-4-06

H: 5-6 • A: 0-10 Location W-L Eureka L Lisle L Lisle L Eureka W Lisle L Eureka L Eureka W Lisle L Lisle L Eureka L Eureka L Lisle L Lisle L Eureka W Eureka L Lisle L Lisle L Eureka W Eureka W Eureka L Lisle L

Score 65-68 53-57 57-65 85-76 55-83 54-66 78-74 54-72 65-94 70-78 64-73 54-72 57-69 68-60 52-59 67-77 66-67 64-50 70-65 52-70 52-70

AURORA BLACKBURN

7-20 Overall Date 88-89 89-90 90-91 92-93 1-25-97 2-18-97 1-28-98 2-18-98 1-26-99

H: 5-7 • A: 2-13 Location W-L Score Eureka W 62-42 Aurora W 56-45 Eureka W 62-57 Aurora L 74-90 Eureka L 55-59 Aurora L 62-100 Eureka L 70-76 Aurora L 70-88 Eureka W 62-52

87-88 87-88 88-89 88-89 89-90 89-90 90-91 90-91 91-92 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 12-3-96 12-2-97 12-1-98 11-30-99 11-28-00 12-7-01 11-26-02 12-7-02 11-25-03 12-5-03 11-23-04 12-3-04 12-3-05 12-6-06 1-30-07 12-5-07 2-6-08 1-7-09 2-11-09 1-20-10 2-3-10 122-11 2-16-11 1-18-12 2-1-12

Date 83-84 83-84 84-85 84-85 85-86 85-86 86-87 86-87

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W W W W L L L W W W W W W W L W W W L L W W W W W W W W L L L L L L L WF L W W

60-53 54-51 69-56 72-52 64-70 56-63 74-80 63-53 64-62 55-54 65-61 67-45 61-60 77-54 60-73 70-64 68-47 72-64 64-84 60-68 71-59 71-69 63-61 77-65 68-52 54-44 67-46 53-47 60-69 60-65 70-72 49-64 57-60 38-63 58-74 72-80 66-71 88-66 73-50

BRESCIA 0-1 Overall Date 91-92

A: 0-1 Location Owensboro

W-L Score L 58-84

0-2 Overall H: 0-1 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-30-01 *Greenville, Ill. L 54-71 12-6-08 Eureka L 50-61

CHICAGO STATE 0-1 Overall Date 85-86

A: 0-1 Location Chicago

W-L Score L 48-57

CLARKE 8-16 Overall Date 93-94 94-95 95-96 2-1-97 2-25-97 1-17-98 2-7-98 1-23-99 2-13-99 2-25-99 1-22-00 2-19-00 1-27-01 2-20-01 1-26-02 2-19-02 1-15-03 2-8-03 1-21-04 2-13-04 1-26-05 2-19-05 1-21-06 2-11-06

H: 5-6 • A: 3-10 Location W-L Dubuque L Dubuque W Eureka L Eureka L Dubuque L Eureka W Dubuque L Dubuque L Eureka L Dubuque L Eureka L Dubuque L Dubuque L Eureka W Eureka L Dubuque L Dubuque W Eureka W Eureka L Dubuque L Dubuque W Eureka W Dubuque L Eureka W

Score 67-75 68-63 60-77 75-85 63-71 54-52 55-78 66-78 44-56 57-63 35-54 54-64 53-66 70-68 51-67 54-64 75-55 62-26 54-55 56-58 73-55 65-57 41-57 71-63

CONCORDIA (Ill.)

CARDINAL STRITCH 0-2 Overall Date 90-91 91-92

H: 0-1 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Eureka L 40-56 Milwaukee L 67-74

CARROLL Score 75-45 78-44 75-43 80-63 68-63 54-33 63-43 64-58

CARTHAGE (Wis.)

26-4 Overall

33-14 Overall H: 19-6 • A: 14-8 Location W-L Carlinville W Eureka W Eureka W Carlinville W Carlinville W Eureka W Eureka W Carlinville W

Eureka Carlinville Carlinville Eureka Eureka Carlinville Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka Carlinville Eureka

2-3 Overall Date 95-96 11-23-96 11-20-98 11-17-00 11-16-07

A: 2-3 Location Waukesha Waukesha Waukesha Waukesha Waukesha

W-L L W W L L

Score 50-60 75-65 68-63 48-87 46-83

Date 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 1-21-97 2-15-97 1-21-98 2-11-98 1-19-99 2-9-99 2-23-99 1-18-00 2-8-00 1-16-01

H: 13-2 • A: 13-2 Location W-L Eureka W River Forest W Eureka W River Forest W River Forest W Eureka W Eureka W River Forest W River Forest W Eureka W River Forest W Eureka W Eureka W Eureka W River Forest W Eureka W

Score 74-49 83-54 88-55 86-72 67-64 92-63 81-73 59-44 72-57 69-55 50-43 71-51 53-42 55-40 47-45 66-53

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 2-10-01 1-15-02 2-9-02 1-4-03 1-28-03 1-10-04 2-3-04 1-8-05 2-1-05 1-7-06 2-18-06 11-26-08 11-23-10 11-22-11

River Forest River Forest Eureka Eureka River Forest River Forest Eureka Eureka River Forest Eureka River Forest River Forest Eureka River Forest

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

64-51 65-57 63-53 52-29 70-42 58-56 62-64 49-60 55-52 66-64 52-71 56-71 58-51 80-57

1-8-00 1-9-01 2-3-01 1-8-02 2-2-02 1-21-03 2-15-03 2-17-03 1-28-04 2-21-04 1-11-05 2-5-05 2-21-05 12-21-08 12-19-09

CONCORDIA (Wis.)

Eureka Eureka River Forest River Forest Eureka Eureka River Forest Eureka River Forest Eureka River Forest Eureka Eureka River Forest River Forest

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

47-66 52-53 70-73 63-59 54-49 80-52 55-71 59-53 59-72 82-51 66-64 71-61 79-50 53-75 61-75

DUBUQUE

N: 2-2 Date Location W-L Score 95-96 *Waukesha, Wis. W 87-55 11-19-99 *Waukesha, Wis. L 55-65 11-18-00 *Waukesha, Wis. L 53-79 12-27-11 *Las Vegas, Nev. W 63-52

H: 0-1 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 94-95 *Dubuque, Iowa W 76-64 11-30-07 Eureka L 64-72

Date 93-94 94-95 95-96

1-0 Overall N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 11-23-02 Elmhurst, Ill. W 60-59

1-1 Overall Date 90-91 91-92

A: 0-1 • N: 1-0 Location W-L Score Grand Rapids L 48-52 *Elgin, Ill. W 77-58

DEFIANCE 0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-22-03 *Elmhurst, Ill. L 52-69

DePAUW 0-1 Overall Date 1-7-97

H: 0-1 Location Eureka

W-L Score L 46-74

DOMINICAN (Ill.) 10-10 Overall H: 6-3 • A: 3-7 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 87-88 Eureka L 49-56 88-89 River Forest L 54-92 90-91 River Forest L 42-93 12-13-97 *Greencastle, Ind. W 57-53 1-9-98 River Forest W 59-54

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Date 12-3-99

N: 0-1 Location *Naperville, Ill.

W-L Score L 47-63

1-23-08 2-20-08 12-3-08 1-28-09 12-10-09 2-23-10 1-6-11 2-14-11 11-30-11 1-28-12

ELMHURST Date 95-96 11-26-96 11-25-97 11-24-98 11-23-99 11-21-00 11-16-01 11-22-02 11-21-03 11-17-06

H: 2-1 • A: 4-3 Location W-L Elmhurst W Eureka W Elmhurst W Eureka L Elmhurst L Eureka W Elmhurst W Elmhurst L Elmhurst W Elmhurst L

Score 71-68 75-73 69-66 52-54 47-63 61-49 65-45 51-59 60-59 57-72

FONTBONNE 4-13 Overall H: 2-7 • A: 1-6 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 1-31-00 Eureka L 56-61 12-8-00 St. Louis L 50-82 12-8-01 Eureka L 49-59 1-13-03 Eureka L 49-54 12-13-06 St. Louis L 64-72 1-27-07 Eureka L 59-72 1-9-08 Eureka L 52-68 2-9-08 St. Louis L 51-63 12-9-08 Eureka W 69-52 1-31-09 St. Louis L 57-77 1-2-10 St. Louis L 51-77 1-30-10 Eureka L 51-85 1-4-11 St. Louis L 58-71 2-5-11 Eureka L 64-70

Eureka Greenville Eureka Greenville Eureka Greenville Greenville Eureka Eureka Greenville

L L L L W L L L W W

GEORGE WILLIAMS

GRINNELL

1-1 Overall

0-1 Overall

H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Unknown L 50-55 Eureka W 60-37

HARRIS-STOWE 0-2 Overall

2-1 Overall A: 1-0 • N: 1-1 Location W-L *Elgin, Ill. L Winona Lake W *Palos Heights, Ill. W

58-60 47-63 40-47 46-54 75-70 55-56 57-68 73-86 83-73 74-65

N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-19-04 *Elmhurst, Ill. L 70-73

GRACE Score 74-75 97-88 63-56

Date 91-92 12-4-98

H: 15-7 • A: 11-9 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 83-84 Greenville L 54-63 83-84 Eureka L 64-71 84-85 Greenville W 67-47 84-85 Eureka W 64-51 85-86 Eureka W 74-56 85-86 Greenville W 68-52 86-87 Greenville W 57-49 86-87 Eureka W 76-66 87-88 Eureka W 72-57 87-88 Greenville W 73-47 88-89 Greenville L 82-84 88-89 Eureka W 60-54 89-90 Eureka L 60-67 89-90 Greenville L 55-75 90-91 Eureka W 104-51 90-91 Greenville W 80-57 91-92 Greenville W 82-42 91-92 Eureka W 94-43 92-93 Greenville W 91-36 92-93 Eureka W 103-58 93-94 Greenville W 74-41 93-94 Eureka W 86-75 95-96 Eureka W 88-58 2-11-97 Greenville W 65-62 L 51-68 12-4-99 *Naperville, Ill. 1-6-01 Greenville L 66-75 12-15-01 Eureka L 52-69 12-6-02 Eureka L 64-81 12-4-04 Eureka W 68-56 12-2-05 Eureka W 66-57 12-6-05 Greenville W 66-52 1-20-07 Eureka W 63-59 2-17-07 Greenville L 54-56

A: 0-1 • N: 0-1 Location W-L Score St. Louis L 56-77 *Greenville, Ill. L 49-59

HUNTINGTON 1-0 Overall

GREENVILLE 26-17 Overall

6-4 Overall

CORNERSTONE

79-63 82-80 63-56

0-1 Overall

Date 91-92 92-93 93-94

EDGEWOOD

Score 81-54 84-50 85-64

W W W

1-1 Overall

CORNELL H: 1-0 • A: 2-0 Location W-L Mt. Vernon W Eureka W Mt. Vernon W

St. Louis Eureka *Fulton, Mo.

FRANKLIN

Date 83-84 84-85

2-2 Overall

3-0 Overall

1-14-12 2-11-12 2-24-12

Date 83-84

A: 1-0 Location Huntington

W-L Score W 65-57

ILLINOIS COLLEGE 5-7 Overall H: 2-3 • A: 3-4 Date Location W-L 83-84 Jacksonville L 85-86 Jacksonville W 86-87 Jacksonville W 86-87 Jacksonville W 87-88 Eureka L 88-89 Jacksonville L 89-90 Eureka L 90-91 Jacksonville L 91-92 Eureka W 1-15-98 Eureka W 12-10-98 Jacksonville L 1-7-01 Eureka L

Score 67-68 82-53 67-57 67-61 48-49 60-73 59-63 63-74 80-54 70-54 55-80 59-68

ILLINOIS-SPRINGFIELD 1-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 95-96 Eureka W 69-61 12-18-10 Springfield L 70-87

ILLINOIS TECH 2-0 Overall Date 93-94 95-96

H: 2-0 Location Eureka Eureka

W-L Score W 89-35 W 73-37

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS ILLINOIS WESLEYAN

JOHNSON & WALES

12-12 Overall

0-1 Overall

Date 83-84 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 2-13-97 2-24-98 12-8-98 2-3-00 12-2-00 12-4-01 12-10-02 12-9-03 12-7-04 11-29-05 11-28-06 11-20-07

H: 5-6 • A: 7-6 Location W-L Bloomington W Bloomington W Eureka W Bloomington W Eureka W Bloomington W Eureka L Bloomington W Eureka W Bloomington L Eureka L Bloomington W Eureka W Bloomington W Eureka L Bloomington L Eureka L Eureka L Bloomington L Eureka W Bloomington L Eureka L Bloomington L Bloomington L

Score 74-24 82-62 61-57 73-69 71-43 49-48 62-75 74-67 87-77 59-70 68-85 96-84 83-72 69-61 69-91 52-71 70-94 51-74 58-77 55-50 49-70 46-74 50-86 40-90

N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-18-06 *Elmhurst, Ill. L 42-54

8-3 Overall H: 4-0 • A: 3-2 • N: 1-1 Date Location W-L Score 83-84 Unknown L 45-59 85-86 Elgin W 81-43 87-88 Unknown W 55-53 88-89 Elgin L 40-45 89-90 Eureka W 58-57 90-91 Elgin W 70-39 91-92 Eureka W 70-57 92-93 Elgin W 77-61 93-94 Eureka W 87-74 94-95 Elgin L 64-87 94-95 Eureka W 76-60

KALAMAZOO 0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-12-97 *Greencastle, Ind. L 62-73

KNOX

1-0 Overall Date 84-85

INDIANA TECH 0-2 Overall Date 93-94 94-95

A: 0-2 Location Fort Wayne Fort Wayne

W-L Score L 60-93 L 51-74

INDIANA WESLEYAN 1-0 Overall Date 92-93

A: 1-0 Location Marion

W-L Score W 62-58

IOWA WESLEYAN 8-1 Overall Date 83-84 84-85 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93

H: 5-1 • A: 3-0 Location W-L Score Eureka W 71-50 Eureka W 88-56 Eureka W 71-63 Mt. Pleasant W 79-59 Eureka L 39-40 Mt. Pleasant W 97-45 Eureka W 85-66 Mt. Pleasant W 101-56 Eureka W 76-62

22-10 Overall Date 83-84 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 94-95 95-96 12-9-97 1-12-99 1-6-00 2-8-01 12-12-01 2-7-02 2-10-03 12-11-03 2-16-04 11-30-04 1-24-05 12-8-05 1-4-06 11-21-06 12-14-07 1-5-09 12-15-09

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H: 12-5 • A: 10-5 Location W-L Eureka W Galesburg W Eureka W Galesburg W Galesburg W Eureka L Galesburg L Eureka L Galesburg L Eureka W Eureka W Galesburg W Eureka W Galesburg W Eureka W Galesburg W Eureka W Eureka W Galesburg L Galesburg W Eureka L Galesburg W Galesburg W Eureka W Eureka W Galesburg W Eureka W Galesburg L Eureka L Eureka L

Score 52-34 74-64 76-38 57-31 46-40 58-69 52-87 50-72 39-73 71-60 78-54 66-61 74-59 56-44 61-48 53-52 68-58 60-50 63-65 46-45 46-50 58-51 58-48 52-44 66-60 68-44 72-58 47-53 71-76 79-86

L 40-79 W 117-98

LAKELAND 0-1 Overall Date 12-8-96

JUDSON

INDIANA SOUTHEAST A: 1-0 Location W-L Score New Albany W 65-58

11-18-10 Galesburg 11-17-11 Eureka

A: 0-1 Location Sheboygan

W-L Score L 52-71

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 18-0 Overall H: 9-0 • A: 8-0 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 12-5-98 *Greenville, Ill. W 78-59 1-13-00 Eureka W 83-24 2-13-03 Eureka W 91-65 12-2-03 Lincoln W 57-39 12-9-04 Eureka W 83-54 11-22-05 Lincoln W 71-62 1-9-07 Lincoln W 54-38 2-1-07 Eureka W 48-39 1-30-08 Lincoln W 52-41 2-26-08 Eureka W 68-33 2-12-09 Eureka W 62-45 2-19-09 Lincoln W 54-47 1-13-10 Lincoln W 82-22 2-17-10 Eureka W 76-29 1-20-11 Eureka W 114-29 2-9-11 Lincoln W 97-27 12-7-11 Lincoln W 99-44 2-8-12 Eureka W 90-37

94-95 95-96 12-5-96 12-6-03 11-20-04 11-19-05 1-30-06 1-16-07 2-6-07 1-16-08 2-13-08 1-21-09 2-24-09 12-2-09 1-27-10 1-15-11 2-22-11 1-25-11 2-21-12

0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-22-96 *Waukesha, Wis. L 74-75

MARIAN (Wis.) 1-1 Overall H: 1-0 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-18-05 *Elmhurst, Ill. L 54-66 1-26-06 Eureka W 60-49

MARYVILLE

1-2 Overall Date 89-90 90-91 91-92

L 68-71 W 81-64 W 63-49 W 58-38 W 101-61 W 59-58 W 56-48 W 63-51 W 59-41 W 61-39 W 65-59 W 80-77 W 76-55 L 50-57 L 75-86 W 75-57 W 82-74 W 69-35 W 53-47

MANCHESTER

LINDENWOOD H: 1-0 • A: 0-2 Location W-L St. Charles L St. Charles L Eureka W

Eureka Jacksonville Eureka Eureka *Elmhurst, Ill. *Elmhurst, Ill. Jacksonville Eureka Jacksonville Jacksonville Eureka Jacksonville Eureka Jacksonville Eureka Eureka Jacksonville Eureka Jacksonville

13-10 Overall Score 62-63 45-64 63-56

MacMURRAY 32-5 Overall H: 16-2 • A: 14-3 • N: 2-0 Date Location W-L Score 83-84 Eureka W 85-27 83-84 Jacksonville W 92-26 84-85 Jacksonville W 99-43 84-85 Eureka W 90-34 85-86 Eureka W 63-41 85-86 Jacksonville W 78-57 86-87 Eureka W 59-50 86-87 Jacksonville L 53-64 87-88 Eureka W 75-62 87-88 Jacksonville W 72-64 88-89 Eureka W 90-68 88-89 Jacksonville L 73-86 89-90 Jacksonville W 69-64 89-90 Eureka W 59-36 90-91 Eureka W 87-56 90-91 Jacksonville W 84-53 92-93 Eureka W 102-61 93-94 Jacksonville W 67-60

Date 83-84 83-84 84-85 84-85 65-86 85-86 86-87 86-87 87-88 87-88 88-89 88-89 89-90 89-90 92-93 94-95 95-96 1-6-07 2-3-07 1-5-08 2-2-08 1-3-09 2-14-09

H: 7-4 • A: 6-6 Location W-L St. Louis W Eureka W St. Louis W Eureka W St. Louis L Eureka W St. Louis W Eureka L St. Louis L Eureka W Eureka W St. Louis W St. Louis L Eureka W St. Louis W Eureka W St. Louis W Eureka L St. Louis L St. Louis L Eureka L St. Louis L Eureka L

Score 89-35 75-48 72-53 78-62 64-74 76-60 48-47 56-70 49-55 72-50 72-54 69-45 50-54 62-60 67-48 83-27 72-32 35-87 58-95 50-82 55-82 56-91 56-75

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS McKENDREE 7-8 Overall Date 84-85 85-86 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 90-91 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96

H: 3-4 • A: 4-4 Location W-L Lebanon W Lebanon L Eureka W Eureka W Lebanon L Eureka L Lebanon L Lebanon W Eureka L Eureka W Lebanon W Eureka L Lebanon L Eureka L Lebanon W

Score 75-63 61-65 61-52 63-49 47-56 46-57 50-71 68-59 72-73 77-72 89-80 68-71 80-92 61-74 60-44

11-30-00 11-27-01 12-15-02 12-17-03 12-17-04 1-3-06 1-3-07 12-12-07 11-18-08 11-25-09

Eureka Momouth Eureka Monmouth Eureka Monmouth Eureka Monmouth Eureka Monmouth

L W W L W L L L L L

59-70 66-65 54-48 63-65 66-61 36-81 52-70 43-62 53-60 47-75

MOODY BIBLE 4-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 2-1 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 86-87 *Elgin, Ill. W 86-75 88-89 Chicago W 66-22 90-91 Chicago L 56-57 91-92 Eureka W 85-29 92-93 Chicago W 83-38

90-91

Chicago

4-7 Overall H: 4-1 • A: 0-4 • N: 0-2 Date Location W-L Score 84-85 Eureka W 68-62 85-86 *Elgin, Ill. L 49-59 85-86 Unknown L 56-58 86-87 *Elgin, Ill. L 49-60 87-88 Unknown L 47-54 87-88 Eureka W 64-51 88-89 Unknown L 59-70 89-90 Eureka L 40-64 90-91 Unknown L 74-95 91-92 Eureka W 69-59 93-94 Eureka W 83-69

NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS 3-1 Overall

MSOE

1-0 Overall Date 94-95

3-4 Overall W-L Score W 78-76

MISSOURI BAPTIST 1-2 Overall Date 92-93 93-94 95-96

H: 1-1 • N: 0-1 Location W-L Eureka L Eureka W *St. Louis, Mo. L

Score 70-78 80-70 72-83

Date 12-29-02 1-3-04 1-4-05 12-16-05 12-2-06 11-21-09 11-20-10

H: 1-3 • A: 2-1 Location W-L Milwaukee W Eureka L Milwaukee W Eureka W Eureka L Milwaukee L Eureka L

Score 68-59 70-71 64-59 62-49 41-52 46-66 55-69

MT. MARY MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS 0-2 Overall Date 86-87 88-89

A: 0-2 Location St. Louis St. Louis

W-L Score L 59-84 L 59-79

3-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 2-1 Date Location W-L 11-29-08 Milwaukee L 11-20-09 Milwaukee W 12-2-09 Eureka W 12-20-10 Milwaukee W

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1-0 Overall Score 67-39 54-55 61-51 59-56 60-68 42-60 68-75 69-67 90-54 75-46 70-54 80-88 76-71 58-53 62-70 53-77

Date 84-85

A: 1-0 Location Cincinnati

W-L Score W 56-45

H: 2-0 • A: 1-1 Location W-L Chicago L Eureka W Chicago W Eureka W

Date 84-85 86-87 87-88 88-89

Score 47-73 67-55 63-54 79-58

NORTH CENTRAL (Ill.) 0-5 Overall H: 0-2 • A: 0-2 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 85-86 Naperville L 72-74 95-96 Eureka L 58-59 1-9-97 Naperville L 62-88 11-22-97 *Waukesha, Wis. L 41-76 2-5-98 Eureka L 51-62

Score 70-76 77-40 79-21 92-73

MT. ST. JOSEPH

12-14 Overall H: 7-6 • A: 5-8 Date Location W-L 83-84 Eureka W 85-86 Monmouth L 86-87 Eureka W 87-88 Monmouth W 88-89 Eureka L 89-90 Monmouth L 90-91 Eureka L 91-92 Monmouth W 92-93 Eureka W 93-94 Monmouth W 94-95 Eureka W 95-96 Monmouth L 1-30-97 Eureka W 2-3-98 Monmouth W 12-12-98 Eureka L 12-11-99 Monmouth L

81-78

NATIONAL LOUIS

MICHIGAN-DEARBORN H: 1-0 Location Eureka

W

NORTH PARK

90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96

0-1 Overall Date 92-93

A: 0-1 Location Mt. Vernon

W-L Score L 67-92

1-2 Overall Date 87-88 89-90

H: 0-1 • A: 1-1 Location W-L Score Chicago L 51-78 Eureka L 52-58

55-54 57-77 85-66 78-74 77-69 69-72

22-8 Overall H: 11-4 • A: 11-4 Date Location W-L Score 83-84 Eureka W 86-61 83-84 Elsah W 60-44 84-85 Eureka W 80-53 84-85 Eureka LF 85-86 Elsah W 50-38 85-86 Elsah W 56-53 86-87 Eureka W 85-53 86-87 Elsah L 58-63 87-88 Elsah W 67-37 87-88 Eureka W 73-52 88-89 Elsah W 78-64 88-89 Eureka W 81-49 89-90 Elsah W 66-58 89-90 Eureka L 51-55 90-91 Elsah W 78-49 90-91 Eureka W 88-55 92-93 Eureka W 75-55 93-94 Elsah W 106-65 1-23-07 Elsah L 64-75 2-20-07 Eureka W 62-54 12-8-07 Eureka W 68-43 1-26-08 Elsah W 45-39 1-10-09 Eureka L 59-69 2-7-09 Elsah L 59-62 1-23-10 Eureka L 70-76 2-11-10 Elsah W 72-63 11-30-10 Eureka W 69-60 2-12-11 Elsah W 77-68 12-3-11 Eureka L 58-68 1-21-12 Elsah W 83-44

1-2 Overall Date 11-21-97 11-21-98 11-20-99

N: 1-2 Location W-L Score *Waukesha, Wis. L 75-87 *Waukesha, Wis. W 77-66 *Waukesha, Wis. L 69-79

NORTHWESTERN (Wis.) Date 94-95

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Davenport, Iowa W 79-75

OLIVET NAZARENE 6-5 Overall

MUNDELEIN

W L W W W L

PRINCIPIA

PURDUE-CALUMET 2-0 Overall Date 92-93 93-94

Date 85-86 87-88 88-89 89-90 89-90

H: 4-2 • A: 2-3 Location W-L Eureka W Bourbonnais W Eureka L Bourbonnais L Bourbonnais L

H: 1-0 • A: 1-0 Location W-L Score Hammond W 90-86 Eureka W 79-59

QUINCY

1-0 Overall

MT. VERNON NAZARENE

Eureka Bourbonnais Eureka Bourbonnais Eureka Eureka

0-2 Overall Date 84-85 85-86

A: 0-2 Location Quincy Quincy

W-L Score L 52-67 L 72-82

RMU-SPRINGFIELD Score 90-34 63-58 72-84 63-92 55-64

1-4 Overall Date 1-7-08 12-5-08 12-5-09

H: 1-3 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Eureka L Eureka L Eureka L

Score 58-66 50-86 61-75

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L W

56-88 74-65

ROCKFORD 15-14 Overall H: 9-4 • A: 5-9 • N: 1-1 Date Location W-L Score 86-87 *Elgin, Ill. L 54-81 90-91 Rockford W 62-57 91-92 Eureka W 93-52 92-93 Eureka W 88-45 93-94 Rockford W 71-70 94-95 Eureka W 95-59 95-96 Rockford W 81-59 12-7-96 *Sheboygan, Wis. W 74-40 1-28-97 Rockford W 76-38 2-22-97 Eureka W 67-40 1-31-98 Rockford W 74-39 2-21-98 Eureka W 68-38 1-16-99 Eureka W 80-67 2-6-99 Rockford L 53-61 1-15-00 Rockford L 57-61 2-5-00 Eureka L 45-72 1-13-01 Rockford L 70-74 2-6-01 Eureka L 65-82 1-12-02 Eureka L 61-80 2-5-02 Rockford L 64-74 12-14-02 Rockford L 66-74 1-25-03 Eureka W 78-64 1-6-04 Eureka W 69-59 1-31-04 Rockford L 45-50 1-18-05 Eureka W 58-54 2-12-05 Rockford L 59-65 2-26-05 Rockford L 46-81 1-24-06 Rockford L 46-55 2-14-06 Eureka L 61-67

ROSE-HULMAN 2-0 Overall Date 1-9-98 1-27-99

H: 1-0 • A: 1-0 Location W-L Score Eureka W 75-39 Terre Haute W 57-41

SAINT AMBROSE 0-1 Overall Date 88-89

A: 0-1 Location Davenport

W-L Score L 59-94

STL/PHARMACY 3-0 Overall Date 1-24-04 1-29-05 2-1-06

0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-29-11 *Las Vegas, Nev. L 70-94

SOUTHWESTERN (Texas) 0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-17-07 *Waukesha, Wis. L 39-64

Score 58-59 47-60 37-73 57-72 78-73

Newburgh Newburgh Eureka Newburgh

L L L W

58-80 58-72 56-64 86-75

TRINITY CHRISTIAN 9-1 Overall Date 83-84 89-90 91-92 92-93 93-94 93-94 93-94 94-95 94-95 95-96

H: 4-1 • A: 5-0 Location W-L Palos Heights W Eureka L Palos Heights W Eureka W Eureka W Palos Heights W Eureka W Palos Heights W Eureka W Palos Heights W

Score 70-49 41-67 62-57 69-67 77-65 52-44 76-59 76-60 69-46 74-60

WESTMINSTER 2-15 Overall Date 95-96 1-10-00 1-4-01 1-5-02 1-13-07 2-10-07 1-12-08 2-16-08 1-24-09 2-21-09 1-16-10 2-20-10 1-8-11 2-19-11 1-7-12 2-18-12 2-25-12

H: 2-6 • A: 0-9 Location W-L Eureka W Fulton L Fulton L Eureka L Fulton L Eureka W Fulton L Eureka L Eureka L Fulton L Fulton L Eureka L Eureka L Fulton L Eureka L Fulton L Fulton L

Score 80-65 61-76 59-61 47-64 55-63 53-44 52-68 55-61 58-62 68-81 53-54 47-65 72-79 57-85 67-80 71-82 54-60

TRINITY INTERNATIONAL 1-3 Overall

SILVER LAKE 2-0 Overall H: 1-0 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 83-84 Unknown W 86-50 12-17-11 Eureka W 76-34

Date 1-9-10 2-13-10 1-12-11 1-26-11 1-4-12 1-16-12

Score 62-77 51-65 57-82 39-92 71-58 82-69

2-2 Overall Date 87-88 88-89 94-95 95-96

Score 48-69 57-65 73-69 70-69

TRANSYLVANIA 1-0 Overall Date 83-84

A: 1-0 Location Lexington

Score 60-63 85-88 76-57 67-71

0-1 Overall Date 91-92

A: 0-1 Location Fulton

W-L Score L 58-74

0-1 Overall

1-1 Overall

TEIKYO MARYCREST H: 0-1 • A: 2-1 Location W-L Davenport L Eureka L Davenport W Davenport W

WILLIAMS WOODS

WASHINGTON (Mo.)

2-4 Overall H: 1-2 • A: 1-2 Location W-L Eureka L Louisville L Louisville L Eureka L Louisville W Eureka W

Date 1-14-97 2-8-97 1-10-98 2-11-99

H: 1-1 • A: 0-2 Location W-L Deerfield L Eureka L Eureka W Deerfield L

WISCONSIN-STOUT

SPALDING

1-4 Overall Date 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 93-94

Score 74-55 68-33 64-49

SIMPSON

SAINT FRANCIS H: 0-2 • A: 1-2 Location W-L Joliet L Eureka L Joliet L Eureka L Joliet W

H: 2-0 • A: 1-0 Location W-L Eureka W St. Louis W Eureka W

92-93 92-93 93-94 94-95

W-L Score W 62-46

Date 85-86 86-87

H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Eureka W 76-60 St. Louis L 54-67

Date 92-93

A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Menomonie L 71-93

WEBSTER 7-9 Overall Date 89-90 95-96 12-9-99 12-9-00 1-12-07 2-9-07 1-19-08 2-23-08 1-17-09 2-4-09 1-6-10 2-6-10 12-4-10 1-29-11 1-10-12 2-4-12

H: 4-4 • A: 3-5 Location W-L St. Louis W Eureka W Eureka L St. Louis L St. Louis W Eureka W Eureka W St. Louis L St. Louis L Eureka L St. Louis L Eureka L St. Louis L Eureka L Eureka W St. Louis W

Score 80-29 99-46 65-71 77-93 65-59 53-47 55-44 68-71 64-75 42-65 49-70 69-80 29-69 54-70 81-62 81-65

TRINITY 2-3 Overall Date 91-92

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS ALL-TIME RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS (SINCE 1983) Alma Alverno Anderson Asbury Ashford Augustana Aurora Beloit Benedictine Blackburn Brescia Catholic Cardinal Stritch Carroll Carthage (Wis.) Chicago State Clarke Concordia (Ill.) Concordia (Wis.) Cornell Cornerstone Defiance DePauw Dominican (Ill.) Dubuque Edgewood Elmhurst Fontbonne Franklin George Williams Grace Greenville Grinnell Harris-Stowe Huntington Illinois College Illinois-Springfield Illinois Tech Illinois Wesleyan Indiana Southeast Indiana Tech Indiana Wesleyan Iowa Wesleyan Johnson & Wales Judson Kalamazoo Knox Lakeland Lawrence

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W 0 6 2 0 2 0 7 1 5 33 0 0 0 2 0 0 8 26 2 3 1 0 0 10 1 1 6 4 0 1 2 26 0 0 1 5 1 2 12 1 0 1 8 0 8 0 22 0 0

L 1 0 0 1 0 4 20 0 16 14 1 0 2 3 2 1 16 4 2 0 1 1 1 10 1 0 4 13 1 1 1 17 1 2 0 7 1 0 12 0 2 0 1 1 3 1 10 1 0

Pct. .000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .259 1.000 .238 .702 .000 --.000 .400 .000 .000 .333 .867 .500 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .500 .500 1.000 .600 .235 .000 .500 .667 .605 .000 .000 1.000 .417 .500 1.000 .500 1.000 .000 1.000 .889 .000 .727 .000 .688 .000 ---

Lincoln Christian Lindenwood (Mo.) MacMurray Manchester Marian (Wis.) Maryville (Mo.) McKendree Michigan-Dearborn Missouri Baptist Missouri-St. Louis Monmouth Moody Bible MSOE Mount Mary Mount St. Joseph Mount Vernon Nazarene Mundelein National Louis Northeastern Illinois North Central (Ill.) North Park Northwestern (Wis.) Olivet Nazarene Principia Purdue-Calumet Quincy RMU-Springfield Rockford Rose-Hulman Saint Ambrose Saint Francis St. Louis/Pharmacy Simpson Southwestern (Texas) Silver Lake Spalding Teikyo Marycrest Transylvania Trinity Trinity Christian Trinity International UPR Mayaguez Washington (Mo.) Webster Westminster Williams Woods Wisconsin-Stout

W 18 1 32 0 1 13 7 1 1 0 12 4 3 3 1 0 1 4 3 0 1 1 6 22 2 0 1 15 2 0 1 3 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 9 1 0 1 7 2 0 0

L 0 2 5 1 1 10 8 0 2 2 14 1 4 1 0 1 2 7 1 5 2 0 5 8 0 2 4 14 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 4 2 0 3 1 3 0 1 9 15 1 1

Pct. 1.000 .333 .864 .000 .500 .565 .467 1.000 .333 .000 .462 .800 .429 .750 1.000 .000 .333 .364 .750 .000 .333 1.000 .545 .733 1.000 .000 .200 .517 1.000 .000 .200 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .333 .500 1.000 .400 .900 .250 --.500 .438 .118 .000 .000

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BLACKBURN BEAVERS Jan. 23, 2013 • Carlinville, Ill. • 6 p.m.

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Feb. 6, 2013 • Reagan Center • 6 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Jen Windmiller 2011-12 Record: 0-25 (0-16 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 14-33 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Mike Neal Website: blackburnbeavers.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Carlinville, Ill. Enrollment: 650 Colors: Red & Black Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate Home Arena: Dawes Gymnasium Athletic Director: Sue Hansen

CATHOLIC CARDINALS Dec. 19, 2012 • San Juan, Puerto Rico • 10 a.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Matt Donohue 2011-12 Record: 22-6 (11-3 Landmark) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 0-0 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Mike Stagnitta Website: cuacardinals.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Washington, D.C. Enrollment: 3,630 Colors: Cardinal Red & Black Conference: Landmark Home Arena: DuFour Center Athletic Director: Dr. Michael Allen

CONCORDIA COUGARS Nov. 24, 2012 • Reagan Center • 1 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Joshua Steffen 2011-12 Record: 9-17 (7-10 NAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 4-26 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Jim Egan Website: cucougars.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: River Forest, Ill. Enrollment: 1,450 Colors: Maroon & Gold Conference: Northern Athletics Home Arena: Geiseman Gymnasium Athletic Director: Pete Gnan

FONTBONNE GRIFFINS Jan. 8, 2013 • St. Louis, Mo. • 6 p.m.

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Feb. 9, 2013 • Reagan Center • 1 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Matt Wickenhauser 2011-12 Record: 15-11 (12-4 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 13-4 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Danielle Donze Website: fontbonnegriffins.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: St. Louis, Mo. Enrollment: 2,060 Colors: Purple & Gold Conference: St. Louis Intercollegaite Home Arena: Mabee Gymnasium Athletic Director: Maria Eftink

GREENVILLE PANTHERS Jan. 12, 2013 • Greenville, Ill. • 1 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Greenville, Ill. Enrollment: 1,100 Colors: Black & Orange Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate Home Arena: H.J. Long Gymnasium Athletic Director: Doug Faulkner

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Jan. 30, 2013 • Reagan Center • 6 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Roy Mulholland 2011-12 Record: 7-18 (4-12 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 17-26 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: B.J. Schneck Website: www.greenville.edu/athletics

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LAWRENCE VIKINGS Dec. 17, 2012 • Reagan Center • 5 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Tara Carr 2011-12 Record: 1-22 (1-17 MWC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 0-0 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Joe Vanden Acker Website: www.lawrence.edu/athletics

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Appleton, Wis. Enrollment: 1,560 Colors: Blue & White Conference: Midwest Home Arena: Alexander Gymnasium Athletic Director: Mike Szkodzinski

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN RED LIONS Feb. 13, 2013 • Reagan Center • 6 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Amanda Bowman 2011-12 Record: N/A Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 0-18 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: N/A Website: www.lincolnchristian.edu/athletics

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lincoln, Ill. Enrollment: 1,100 Colors: Red & White Conference: Independent (NCCAA) Home Arena: Laughlin Center Athletic Director: Ed Plumier

KNOX PRAIRIE FIRE Nov. 15, 2012 • Galesburg, Ill. • 6 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Emily Cline 2011-12 Record: 4-19 (4-14 MWC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 10-22 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Mike Perry Website: prairiefire.knox.edu

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Galesburg, Ill. Enrollment: 1,390 Colors: Purple & Gold Conference: Midwest Home Arena: Memorial Gymnasium Athletic Director: Chad Eisele

MacMURRAY HIGHLANDERS Nov. 28, 2012 • Reagan Center • 6 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Jacksonville, Ill. Enrollment: 590 Colors: Scarlet & Navy Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate Home Arena: Bill Wall Gymnasium Athletic Director: Dane Pavlovich

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Feb. 19, 2013 • Jacksonville, Ill. • 6 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Dane Pavlovich 2011-12 Record: 9-16 (4-12 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 5-32 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Samantha Burmeister Website: www.mac.edu/athletics

MOUNT MARY BLUE ANGELS Jan. 14, 2013 • Reagan Center • 5 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Milwaukee, Wis. Enrollment: 1,443 Colors: Blue & White Conference: Independent Home Arena: Bloechl Center Athletic Director: Michelle Guyant-Holloway

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BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Michelle Guyant-Holloway 2011-12 Record: 6-12 Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 1-3 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Jay Messar Website: www.mtmary.edu/athletics

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PRINCIPIA PANTHERS Jan. 17, 2013 • Reagan Center • 6 p.m.

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Feb. 16, 2013 • Elsah, Ill. • 1 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Nicole Bushong 2011-12 Record: 7-18 (5-11 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 8-22 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Heather Fairbanks Website: principiaathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Elsah Ill. Enrollment: 460 Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate Home Arena: Hay Field House Athletic Director: Lee Ellis

ROBERT MORRIS-SPRINGFIELD EAGLES Dec. 4, 2012 • Springfield, Ill. • 6 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Paul Gilbert 2011-12 Record: N/A Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 4-1 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: N/A Website: rmueagles.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Springfield, Ill. Enrollment: 7,277 (All campuses) Colors: Maroon & Gold Conference: Independent (USCAA) Home Arena: Cass Gymnasium Athletic Director: Megan Smith Eggert

SILVER LAKE LAKERS Dec. 14, 2012 • Manitowoc, Wis. • 5 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Flentje 2011-12 Record: N/A Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 0-2 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: N/A Website: www.sl.edu/athletics

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Manitowoc, Wis. Enrollment: 1,00 Colors: Blue & White Conference: Independent (USCAA) Home Arena: UW-Manitowoc Fieldhouse Athletic Director: Mike Flentje

SPALDING GOLDEN EAGLES Dec. 1, 2012 • Louisville, Ky. • 1 p.m.

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Jan. 19, 2013 • Reagan Center • 1 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Louisville, Ky. Enrollment: 1,000 Colors: Blue & Yellow Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate Home Arena: Derek Smith Gymnasium Athletic Director: Roger Burkman

BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Charlie Just 2011-12 Record: 15-12 (10-6 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 4-2 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Brian Clinard Website: spaldingathletics.com

PUERTO RICO-MAYAGUEZ JANES Dec. 20, 2012 • San Juan, Puerto Rico • Noon GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Enrollment: 13,183 Colors: Green & White Conference: Liga Atlética Interuniversitaria de Puerto Rico Home Arena: Rafael A. Mangual Coliseum Athletic Director: N/A

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BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: N/A 2011-12 Record: N/A Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 0-0 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: N/A Website: www.uprm.edu

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WEBSTER GORLOKS Jan. 5, 2013 • Reagan Center • 1 p.m.

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Jan. 26, 2013 • St. Louis, Mo. • 1 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Jordan Olufson 2011-12 Record: 12-14 (10-6 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 9-7 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Niel DeVasto Website: websterathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: St. Lous, Mo. Enrollment: 4,050 Colors: Midnight Blue & Gold Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate Home Field: Grant Gymasium Athletic Director: Tom Hart

WESTMINSTER BLUE JAYS Jan. 10, 2013 • Reagan Center • 6 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Fulton, Mo. Enrollment: 960 Colors: Navy, Carolina Blue & White Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate Home Arena: Westminster Gymnasium Athletic Director: Matt Mitchell

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Feb. 2, 2013 • Fulton, Mo. • 1 p.m. BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Tracey Braden 2011-12 Record: 22-5 (14-2 SLIAC) Record vs. Eureka Since 1983: 15-2 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Basketball SID: Alysha Hodge Website: www.westminster-mo.edu/athletics

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ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ABOUT THE ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE The St Louis intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) was formally chartered in September of 1989 at Maryville University of St. Louis and the first championships were conducted during the 1990-91 school year. The constitution of the conference is structured according to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) format and all member schools will be associated only with the NCAA. Member institutions have adopted an NCAA competitive philosophy, which in part states, the college places special importance of the impact of athletics on the participants rather than on the spectators. SLIAC member schools are committed to this end. Scholarships to SLIAC schools are based on academics and need only. There are no provisions for athletic scholarships. This helps assure that the student-athlete is a student in the purest sense. The SLIAC is composed of nine private institutions in Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri. Members are: Blackburn College, Carlinville, Ill.; Eureka College, Eureka, Ill.; Fontbonne University, St. Louis, Mo.; Greenville College, Greenville, Ill.; MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Ill.; Principia College, Elsah, Ill.; Spalding University, Louisville, Ky.; Webster University, St. Louis, Mo.; and Westminster College, Fulton, Mo. SLIAC institutions provide student-athletes the opportunity to compete on an equal and competitive level, thus permitting the student-athletes the opportunity to compete for conference, regional and national championships. Team championships are contested in women’s cross country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball and tennis. Men’s championship sports are cross country, soccer, basketball, baseball, golf and tennis.

ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MISSION STATEMENT To enhance the student-athletes’ educational process through intercollegiate competitive activity encompassing the rules of fairness based on the highest standards of integrity and sportsmanlike conduct. Colleges and universities in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference consider the athletic experience an integral component of the educational process. In so doing, the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference seeks to coordinate the objectives and programs of athletics with the academic developmental objectives and to ensure the integration of athletes with other students.

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Eureka College Sports Information Director Bryan Moore will be in attendance at all Eureka College women’s basketball home games and select away games to assist media members and opposing sports information directors in their coverage of Eureka College women’s basketball. Any print media member planning to cover a Eureka College women’s basketball game should contact Moore at least 24 hours prior to tip-off for proper accommodations at the Reagan Center

Launched in September 2012, the new online home for Eureka College Athletics is EurekaRedDevils.com. The very best source for updated information on Eureka College athletics, EurekaRedDevils.com is maintained on a daily basis by Eureka College Sports Information Director Bryan Moore. The website includes press releases, team rosters, schedules and results, season statistics, live statistics and video, historical archives, action photos and biographies for coaches and student-athletes. The new Eureka athletics website was launched through a partnership with Sidearm Sports.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Media members seeking postgame interviews with coaches or student-athletes should notify Moore shortly before the conclusion of the contest.

FEATURE STORIES When preparing feature stories on Eureka College coaches or student-athletes, please contact Moore at (309) 467-6456 or bmoore@eureka.edu to arrange an interview time and location. Neither coaches nor student-athletes should be directly contacted by the media. Eureka College student-athletes and coaches will not be made available to the media for interviews on the day of a game until the contest is complete.

STATISTICS Eureka College and the SLIAC use StatCrew live in-game scoring software for all basketball games. Moore will provide statistics to coaching staffs and media members during each full timeout, halftime and following the game. Visiting sports information directors will receive an electronic copy of the StatCrew game file immediately after the game. The general public is encouraged to check EurekaRedDevils.com shortly after the conclusion of the game for final statistics.

LIVE BROADCASTS/STATISTICS A premium video stream of all Eureka College women’s basketball home games will be available at EurekaRedDevils.com. Visit “Red Devil Vision” for information on watching the Red Devils live. Live statistics of all Eureka College women’s basketball home games will also be available at EurekaRedDevils.com.

SOCIAL MEDIA Eureka fans may receive instant updates by following the Red Devils on Twitter. Visit the official Eureka College athletics Twitter page at twitter.com/eurekareddevils to receive upto-the-second “tweets” on Eureka athletics. Fans are encouraged to join the conversation and use the hashtag “#ecreddevils” when discussing Eureka athletics. In addition to Twitter, Eureka College athletics fans can keep tabs on the Red Devils on Facebook. Fans may access the page by visiting facebook.com/eurekareddevils. The page includes links to news stories, game results and photo albums. Visit the Eureka Facebook page and “Like” us to have instant updates sent directly to your own personal Facebook news feed.

INTERNET AND TELEPHONE ACCESS Wireless internet access and telephone lines are available inside the Reagan Center. Radio crews affiliated with a visiting team must contact Moore at least 72 hours prior to tip-off for access to telephone lines.

SLIAC.ORG Current information on the Red Devils can also be found online at the the official St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference website (sliac.org). The websites include current conference standings, statistical leaders, composite schedules and loads of other information on the Red Devils and their conference rivals.

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR BRYAN MOORE Bryan Moore is currently in his fourth year as the Sports Information Director at Eureka College. Moore is responsible for coordinating all athletics media relations, operating EurekaRedDevils.com and compiling results and statistics for each of Eureka’s 18 varsity sports. Prior to his arrival at EC in July 2009, Moore was a sports information intern at Bradley University from 2007 until 2009. He was the primary sports information contact for seven of BU’s sports, including the nationally-recognized men’s soccer program during its run to the NCAA Division I Elite Eight in 2007. He also completed a broadcast/ media internship with the Peoria Chiefs during the 2005 season. With the Chiefs, Moore wrote news releases, helped coordinate media operations during the 2005 Midwest League All-Star Game and called play-by-play for the middle three innings of most home games. He has since returned to the organization as the Chiefs’ official scorer since 2009. An East Peoria native, Moore earned a B.A. in broadcasting from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Ill. in May 2006. At WIU, Moore was the television play-by-play broadcaster for WWIR-TV from 2003 through 2006, calling WIU football, basketball, baseball, softball and soccer. He also served as the sports director at WIUS-FM in 2006. Moore and his wife Laura were married in July 2012. They reside in East Peoria.

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2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Nov. 15 Nov. 24 Nov. 28

Opponent at Knox CONCORDIA (Ill.) *MacMURRAY

Tip-off 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Dec. 20

*at Spalding at Robert Morris-Springfield at Silver Lake LAWRENCE $vs. Catholic (D.C.) $vs. Puerto Rico-Mayaguez

Noon 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m.

Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 12

*WEBSTER *at Fontbonne *WESTMINSTER *at Greenville

1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30

Opponent MOUNT MARY *PRINCIPIA *SPALDING *at Blackburn *at Webster *GREENVILLE

Tip-off 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 23

*at Westminster *BLACKBURN *FONTBONNE LINCOLN CHRISTIAN *at Principia *at MacMurray at SLIAC Tournament (If necessary) at SLIAC Tournament (If necessary)

5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA TBA

HOME GAMES AT THE REAGAN CENTER IN CAPS * -- St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game $ -- Game played in San Juan, Puerto Rico All times Central and subject to change

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