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2016-17 Schedule Location Time

Day Date Opponent Fri. Nov. 11 NC Wesleyan (HC) Mon. Nov. 14 South Carolina State Wed. Nov. 16 College of Charleston Sun. Nov. 20 East Tennessee State Thur. Nov. 24 # Florida State Fri. Nov. 25 # Michigan Sat. Nov. 26 # Gonzaga Tues. Nov. 29 Tennessee Tech Sat. Dec. 3 Akron Sat. Dec. 10 USC Aiken (exhibition) Thur. Dec. 15 Baylor Sun. Dec. 18 Mercer Wed. Dec. 21 Ohio State Tues. Jan. 3 * High Point Sat. Jan. 7 * Radford Tues. Jan. 10 * UNC Asheville Sat. Jan. 14 * Charleston Southern Tues. Jan. 17 * Campbell Sat. Jan. 21 * Presbyterian College Tues. Jan. 24 * Longwood Sat. Jan. 28 * Liberty Tues. Jan. 31 * Gardner-Webb Sat. Feb. 4 * Radford Tues. Feb. 7 * High Point Sat. Feb. 11 * Longwood Tues. Feb. 14 * Campbell Sat. Feb. 18 * Gardner-Webb Tues. Feb. 21 * UNC Asheville Sat. Feb. 25 * Liberty Mon. Feb. 27 * Presbyterian College Sat. Mar. 4 * Charleston Southern Mar. 9-12 Big South Tournament

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Location: Rock Hill, S.C. Founded: 1886 Enrollment: 6,000 Nickname: Eagles Colors: Garnet (PMS 201) & Gold (PMS 123) President: Dr. Daniel F. Mahony Athletic Director: Dr. Ken Halpin Conference: Big South Conference Home Court (Capacity): Winthrop Coliseum (6,000) Press Row Phone: (803) 323-2156 Head Coach: Kevin Cook (Urbana,1983) Career Record (Years): 113-115(9th yr.) Winthrop Record (Years): 66-60 (5th yr.) Assistant Coaches: Lynette Woodard (Kansas, 1981), Marvin Harvey (Ottawa, 1980), Ashley Johnson (LSU, 2008), Director of Basketball Operations: Amani Franklin (Kentucky, 2010) Graduate Assistant: Janko Popovic Basketball Office Phone: (803) 323-2129 ext. 6221 2015-16 Record: 4-26 (Overall); 4-7 (H); 0-17 (A); 0-2 (N) 2015-16 Conference Record (Finish): 3-17 (10th 2015-16 Conference Tournament Record: 0-1 Last Post-Season Appearance: NCAA 2014 (Lost to Duke, 87-45 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letter Winners Returning/Lost: 5/6 Key Losses: Schaquilla Nunn (6-3, Sr., C), Aliyah Kilpatrick (5-8, R-Jr., G) Arianne Whitaker (6-2, Fr., F/C), Jimechia Banks (5-6, So, G) Top Returners: Erica Williams (5-10, Sr., Forward), Ronata Rogers (6-0, Jr., F), Naima Jackson (5-8, Jr., G) Top Newcomers: Uchechi Ufochuwku (6-4, Fr., F/C), Danyael Goodhope (5-6, Fr., G), Zaria McBride (6-2, Fr., F), Marissa Cantrell (5-6, Fr., G), Teylahna Green (6-0, Fr., F), Angela Coello Perez .(6-1, Fr., F), Miquella Santoroc (5-7, Fr., G), Noell Kellers (5-6, So., G), Amari Grevious (6-4, Fr., C) WBB Contact: Jack Frost (Asst. AD for Media Relations) Office Phone: (803) 323-2129 Frost’s ext. 6246 Cell Phone: 803-984-3422 FAX Number: (803) 323-2433 E-mail Address: frostj@winthrop.edu Website Address: www.winthropeagles.com


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The 2016-17 Winthrop Women’s Basketball Team The members of the 2016-17 Winthrop women’s basketball team are pictured, sitting, from left: Danyael Goodhope, Miquela Santoro, Naima Jackson, Erica Williams, CiiCii Buford, Nuba Jackson, Noell Kellers, Marissa Cantrell; standing, Marsha Dettl, athletic trainer; Jakob Popovic, graduate assistant; Ashley Johnson, assistant coach; Marvin Harvey, assistant coach; Ronata Rogers, Teylahna Green, Angela Coello Perez, Uchechi Ufochukwu, Amari Grevious, Zaria McBride, Kevin Cook, head coach; Lynette Woodard, assistant coach; Amani Franklin, director of basketball operations; Michael Rhoades, strength coach


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2016-17 Winthrop Numerical Roster Yr.

Pos. Ht.

Hometown/Previous School

1 Amari Grevious

Fr.

C

6-4

Orangeburg, SC/ Orangeburg-Wilkinson H.S.

2 Wykeria Jones #

So.

G

5-6

Bowman, SC/ Columbia International University

3 Danyael Goodhope

Fr.

G

5-6

Virginia Beach, VA/ Princess Anne H.S.

5 Nuba Jackson

Jr.

G

5-8

Clarkston, GA/Tucker H.S.

10 Miquela Santoro

Fr.

G

5-7

Clarksville, OH/ Clinton Massie H.S.

12 Noell Kellers

So.

G

5-6

Scottsdale, AZ/ Trinity Valley College

15 Naima Jackson

Jr.

G

5-8

Clarkston, GA/Tucker H.S.

20 Marissa Cantrell

Fr.

G

5-6

Atlanta, GA/ Westlake H.S.

23 Ronata Rogers

R-Jr. F

6-0

Greensboro, NC/Greensboro Day School

24 Porcelain Goldsborough # R-Jr. G

5-5

Chester, SC/ North Greenville University

25 CiiCii Buford

Sr.

G/F 5-9

Buford, GA/Greater Atlanta Christian School

30 Uchechi Ufochukwu

Fr.

C

6-4

Washington, DC/ Archbishop Carroll H.S.

33 Erica Williams

Sr.

F

5-10 Rex, GA/Rabun Gap Nacoochee School

34 Zaria McBride

Fr.

F

6-2

Reynoldsburg, OH/ Whitehall Yearling H.S.

44 Teylahna Green

Fr.

F

6-0

Newark, NJ/ University H.S.

55 Angela Coello Perez

Fr.

F

6-1

Vigo, Spain/ Real Club Celta

# transfer and will sit out 2016-17 season Head Coach—Kevin Cook (5th year) Assistant Coach—Lynette Woodard Assistant Coach—Marvin Harvey Assistant Coach—Ashley Johnson Director of Basketball Operations—Amani Franklin Graduate Assistant—Janko Popovic

States (8)

South Carolina (3) 1--Amari Grevious 2--Wykeria Jones 24--Porcelain Goldsborough North Carolina (1) 23--Ronata Rogers Georgia (5) 5--Nuba Jackson 15--Naima Jackson 20--Marissa Cantrell 25--CiiCii Burford 33--Erica Williams Arizona (1) 12--Noell Kellers Virginia (1) 3--Danyael Goodhope Ohio (2) 10--Miquela Santoro 34--Zaria McBride New Jersey(1) 44--Teylahna Green Maryland (1) 30--Uchechi Ufochukwu

Countries (1)

Spain (1) 55--Angela Coello Perez

Pronunciation Guide 1 5 15 25 30

UH-Mar-E Grieve-US New-buh Jackson Nay-e-muh Jackson CC Buford ooh-Chay Uf-o-chuck-woo


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2016-17 Preview

Williams Will Lead Young Eagles When Winthrop’s 2016-17 season gets underway Eagle fans will definitely need to pick up a game program in order to put a name to the new faces on a roster that contains nine new players, including eight freshmen. But one name that will need no introduction is that of senior forward Erica Williams who is back after missing the final 12 games last year due to a broken foot. Coach Kevin Cook is looking for Williams to have a season befitting a preseason All-Big South Conference first team selection. The Eagles will also have the junior twin guard tandem of Naima and Nuba Jackson, senior guard CiiCii Buford, and redshirt junior forward Ronata Rogers returning from last season’s injury plagued roster. “I feel good about this year’s group. Yes, we have many newcomers, but we return Erica Williams and she has been a tremendous leader during the preseason. If she can remain healthy, I am looking for a big year from Erica,” says Cook, who is beginning his fifth year at the Winthrop helm. “CiiCii Buford has given us great senior leadership as well and the twins, Naima and Nuba Jackson, should be able to contribute in a big way. Williams was headed toward an All-Big South season a year ago after being picked on the preseason All-BSC first team, but 18 games into the year, she went out with the foot injury. At the time of her injury, she was leading the conference in scoring at 16.4 points per game and was averaging 7.3 rebounds. Williams became the 18th player in Winthrop women’s basketball history to reach the 1,000-Point Club and will enter her senior year with 1,273 points to rank 8th on the scoring list. With a season like she had as a freshman or sophomore, she could move past Kim Segars (1,699 pts.) and into second place on the all-time scoring list before

Senior forward Erica Williams will lead Eagles in 2016-17 she finishes her career. “I’m proud of Erica as a player, but I’ve been just as proud of the growth she has made this summer as far as being a true leader. She understands what that’s about. She was hesitant to try and lead earlier in her career. This is something we lacked in previous years, so good leadership is a very welcome thing,” said the Eagles’ coach. Naima Jackson played in all 30 games as a sophomore and started 23 times while averaging 7.8 points per outing. Her sister, Nuba, averaged

3.8 points in 29 games with seven starts. Buford played in 25 games and started 13 times while averaging 4.7 points per game. Rogers, who returned last season after suffering a knee injury, averaged 4.1 points and 5.7 rebounds in 23 games with 16 starts. Team Chemistry Is Good With so many new players, the obvious question heading into the season is about team chemistry. “I think it’s good. I think it’s solid, but it is something we have to work on every day.” Says


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Junior guard Naima Jackson is a tough perimeter defender Cook. “Our new players are understanding our culture and they are grasping what we are trying to do on both sides of the ball. The overall attitude has been tremendous and it is very refreshing.” Going into the season, the theme for this year’s team is ‘Believe.’ “Believe in yourself, believe in your teammates, and believe in your coaching staff. Just believe.” Says Cook. Cook expects the eight healthy newcomers to make immediate contributions “They will have to grow quickly, but I’m confident that someone is going to step up. The rotation is going to take care of itself. After the practices and early games, we will be able to settle on a rotation which at this point, except for Erica, is open,” he says. In addition to the rash of season-ending injuries that hit the Eagles last year, another problem that plagued the team was outside shooting. Cook says the staff tried to address that concern in its recruiting efforts. “Time will tell,” he says. “Cantrell is a proven

BELIEVE! shooter and Santoro averaged over 20 a game. Noell Kellers has 3-point range as well, and Naima has worked extremely hard and I believe she will be able to stretch her shot. Talented Newcomers After suffering through a tough 2015-16 season that saw the roster depleted to just six players on occasion because of injuries, Cook is looking forward to a team that shouldn’t lack for depth. “As far as the newcomers, we have three people who can play the point,” he says. “Danyael Goodhope, Miquela Santoro, and Noell Kellers all are capable.” Cook says the point guard is wide open heading into the season. He says Santoro and Kellers can also move over to the second guard position as well. Goodhope comes to Winthrop from Virginia 5A power Princess Anne H.S. in Virginia Beach. She helped lead that school to three state titles. She was the starting point guard for three years and as a senior led her team to a 30-2 record and a national ranking of 33 while averaging 13 points and dishing out 100 assists Santoro played at Clinton-Massie H.S. in Clarksville, Ohio and averaged 21 points, 5.4 assists and 4.8 rebounds as a senior. She connected on 49 percent of her field goals, including 53 percent from behind the 3-point arc. Kellers is a sophomore transfer from Trinity Community College after a stellar three-year career at Desert Mountain H.S. in Scottsdale, Arizona. She averaged 10.3 points and connected on 31 percent of her 3-point field goals for her career. As a sophomore she ranked fifth in the state with a 16.6 scoring average, and she holds the Arizona 5A record for most free throws made in a game with 22. Last year’s team was hampered by poor perimeter shooting, but Cook is looking for freshman shooting guard Marissa Cantrell out of Atlanta, Georgia to provide some an outside shooting touch. Cantrell averaged 15 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists for Westlake H.S., the same school that produced Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. She was a second team All-State selection by the Atlanta JournalConstitution. At the four and five positions, Cook has a nice

Redshirt junior Ronata Rogers (top) and junior Nuba Jackson are among the five returners from last year’s team. supply of talented newcomers. “Angela Coello Perez is a well-conditioned athlete who knows how to play the game. We look for her to contribute to the scoring and rebounding column.” Coello Perez is a 6-1 swing player from Vilgo,


2016-17 Women’s Basketball Spain where she played for Real Club Cebalt the past four years. Last season she averaged 11.1 points and 13 rebounds while connecting on 51 percent from the floor and 73 percent from the foul line. Another swing player is 6-0 Teylahna Green from Newark, New Jersey. Green is adjusting to the college game, but is expected to provide needed rebounding, according to Cook. “ Green was the total rebounds leader in New Jersey high school basketball last year with 411. She had career highs of 23 points and 20 rebounds and averaged 13.7 rebounds to go along with 7.3 points per game while playing for University H.S. In the post, the Eagles will have good size, but they will be young with three freshmen stepping in. The trio includes two 6-4 center—Uchechi Ufochukwu from Nigeria by way of Baltimore, Maryland and Amari Grevious from Orangeburg, South Carolina— and 6-2 Zaria McBride from Reynoldsburg, Ohio., who could possibly miss the season with an Achilles tendon injury. Cook says Ufochukwu (pronounced oo-foechuck-woo) is a bit ahead of Grevious (pronounced Grieve-us) going into the season. She prefers to be called Uche (oo-Chey) by her teammates and coaches. Uche averaged 8.5 points and 11.3 rebounds last year while playing for Archbishop Carroll H.S. in Washington, DC. Grevious played at Orangeburg-Wilkinson H.S. where she averaged 9.9 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.1 blocked shots per game as a senior. McBride was highly touted coming out of Whitehall Yearling H.S.as she was listed in the Top 100

BELIEVE! players on Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report/ESPNW ratings. She averaged 18 points and 12 rebounds as a senior and 15.1 points and 10 rebounds as a sophomore at Columbus Academy before transferring to Whitehall Yearling. In addition to the influx of new players, Cook also brought in two new assistant coaches and a new director of basketball operations. One might call it the ‘Dream Staff’ with women’s basketball legend Lynette Woodard, the all-time leading scorer in women’s Division I history, a 1984 Olympic champion and team captain, and the first female member of the famed Harlem Globetrotters, and Ashley Johnson, a four-time Final Four participant while at LSU, joining Marvin Harvey, known throughout the basketball world as ‘The Shot Doctor. The new DOBO is Amani Franklin, who was a starter for the Kentucky Wildcats. Graduate assistant

2016-17 Big South Predictions First Team All-Conference Chatori Major, UNC Asheville Erica Williams, Winthrop Kaylah Keys, High Point Janayla White, Radford Tianna Knuckles, UNC Asheville Second Team All-Conference Alyssa Mann, Charleston Sou. Taylor Petty, Presbyterian Coll. Courtney Story, Presbyterian Coll. Aianna Kelly, Presbyterian Coll. Emma Bockrath, High Point

Preseason Poll

1. UNC Asheville 2. Radford 3. High Point 4. Liberty 5. Presbyterian Coll. 6. Gardner-Webb 7. Charleston Sou. 8. Campbell 9. Longwood 10. Winthrop

Senior CiiCii Buford is looking to have her best season at Winthrop

Janko Popovic is back for a second year. “I’m elated with our staff. They have been absolutely tremendous, starting with our GA Janko. You give him a project and he gets it done very efficiently and better than you thought it could be done. Amani is a grinder and loves what she does. She is always asking what can I do to help us win. Ashley hit the ground running. She is not only going to establish herself as one of the top recruiters regionally, but also in the entire country. Marvin’s resume speaks for itself and is one of the top names in women’s basketball. Lynette is a people person who is loyal and driven. She will be a positive role model for our players. When she talks, our players stop and listen. Her wisdom is off the chart.” Another Tough Schedule “I thought last year’s schedule was tough,” said Cook, “but this year’s schedule may be tougher. Every opponent on our schedule is to be reckoned with. After our first four games, we head to the Virgin Island where we will meet Florida State, Michigan and Gonzaga. Florida State could be an Elite Eight Team. Michigan out of the Big Ten is very tough and Gonzaga is a traditionally strong program. Then we go to Baylor, who is a threat to make the Final Four and win it all, followed by Ohio State, who could also win it all.” After playing just 11 home games last season, Cook has lined up 15 games in the friendly confines of the Winthrop Coliseum, something the fans should enjoy. “Scheduling is tricky. Everybody has their own agenda. Naturally we want to play as many home games as we can. We hope to have this number of home games every year,” says Cook. Looking at the Big South race, Cook is in agreement with the preseason poll which has defending champion UNC Asheville as the favorite. “Asheville is coming off an outstanding season and returns basically everyone from that team. Radford gets four injured players back to go with an already strong group. High Point returns everybody, and the rest of the conference will be tough. As far as us being picked 10th, I understand it because the coaches aren’t that familiar with all of our newcomers. There is nowhere to go but up for us.”


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evin Cook is in his fifth season as head coach of the Winthrop women’s basketball program. During his first four seasons, Cook guided the Eagles to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance and Big South Conference Championship, and the program’s first Division I postseason win in the 2013 WNIT. Under his direction, the Eagles achieved back-toback 20-plus win seasons for the first time in school history in 2012-13 and 2013-14. His record at Winthrop stands at 66-60 while overall he is 113-115 in eight years. The former four-time WNBA world champion became the 14th head coach in program history on June 5, 2012 following one year as an assistant coach. In 2013-14, Cook directed Winthrop to its finest season ever as a NCAA Division I member as the Eagles finished 24-9 enroute to capturing the Big South Tournament title and earning the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The 2013-14

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success came a year after Cook led the Eagles to only their second post-season appearance and first post-season victory since becoming a NCAA school in 1985 as they earned a spot in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament and defeated Florida Gulf Coast in the first round on the road. As a result of Winthrop’s successful season in 2012-13, Cook was named one of three NCAA Mid-Major Rookie Head Coaches of the Year. During his one year as a Winthrop assistant, he helped guide the Eagles to an 18-13 record. In 2014-15, Cook led the Eagles to their fourth straight winning season as they finished with a 17-13 record. Cook’s experience goes beyond the collegiate level as he was on the staff for 10 years of the Houston Comets dynasty of the WNBA. The Comets captured the first four WNBA championships and made the playoffs nine out of the first 10 years. He also served as an assistant coach for the victorious West squad in the WNBA’s first three All-Star games. For capturing its championships, Cook accompanied the Comets players and coaches to four different White House visits where the teams were recognized for their achievements. Cook was able to meet former president’s George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush during his time with the Comets. On July 23, 2011 the WNBA released its Top 15 players of All-Time list and four Comet players that Cook coached made the list (Sheryl Swoopes, Dawn Staley, Cynthia Cooper and Tina Thompson). Another of his former Comet stars, Brazilian great Janeth Arcain, will be enshrined in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame on June 13 of next summer. Prior to his arrival with the Houston Comets, Cook served as an Associate Head Coach for the University of Houston from 1995-97. From 1983-1993, Cook was an assistant coach at the University of Kansas under Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer, Marian E. Washington. During his time in Lawrence, Cook helped the Jayhawks to four conference champion-

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ships, four NCAA Tournament appearances and two WNIT berths. Immediately prior to arriving at Winthrop, Cook spent four seasons as the head coach of Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. where he led his team to a 24-4 record during the 2010-11 season and was named the WBCA Region III Coach of the Year. Gallaudet is the world’s only all-deaf college. Cook’s international coaching experience comes from having led the Nigeria women’s basketball national team. He coached the Nigerian national team in the 2006 World Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil and in 2007 he helped guide the team to a 7-1 record for a Silver Medal at the All-Africa Games in Algiers, Algeria. During the past eight years, Cook has visited six African countries hosting basketball fundamental clinics for coaches and players, and accompanied a Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Mission Trip to Haiti during the summer of 2013. He has also served as a coach for several traveling teams, including teams that traveled to Brazil and Russia, and coached a traveling team that defeated the 2001 University of Connecticut squad. In addition to his 2011 WBCA Region III Coach of the Year award, Cook has received several other honors. On April 5, 2010 he was named the winner of the WBCA prestigious Carol Eckman Award, was inducted into the Urbana University Hall of Fame in October of 2010 and in May of 2011 was the commencement speaker for Urbana University. He is now a voting member of the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 Poll. The 55-year-old Cook is a native of Fremont, Ohio, and graduated with a degree in Social Science from Urbana University and received his Master of Administration degree from Gallaudet University in 2010. Cook is married to Francine and they have two daughters, Keshana, a graduate of Wichita State, and Kayla, a junior at Highland Community College (KS).


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The Supporting Cast Lynette Woodard

assistant coach

Lynette Woodard, a two-time U.S. Olympian, a four-time All-American, the all-time Division I women’s scoring leader, a 10-time Hall of Fame inductee, and the first woman to play for the world-renowned Harlem Globetrotters is beginning her first season as an assistant coach on Kevin Cook’s staff. A native of Wichita, KS, Woodard played college basketball for the Kansas Lady Jayhawks and noted head coach Marian Washington. During her fouryear career, Woodard scored 3,649 points and helped lead KU to three straight Big Eight championships while breaking 24 school records. She was voted to the Kodak All-American team all four years, was the 1981Wade Trophy winner which goes to the college player of the year, and was a GTE Academic All-America selection. Woodard graduated from Kansas in 1981 with a degree in speech communications. Woodard, who is considered a pioneer in women’s basketball, was inducted into the Kansas Hall of Fame in 1990, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002 and 2004, the Globetrotter Hall of Fame in 2004, and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2005. While still in college Woodard began playing in international tournaments, traveling to the Soviet Union in 1979, where she helped the U.S. women’s team win a gold medal in the World University Games. In 1980 Woodard earned a place on the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team. This achievement was dimmed, how-

ever, when the United States boycotted the Moscow Olympic Games. She was also part of the U.S. team that captured the gold in the 1983 Pan Am Games in Caracas, Venezuela. When Woodard graduated from Kansas, she played two years in the Italian Women’s Professional League before returning to the U.S. in 1983 and made the most of her second Olympic opportunity when she captained the 1984 U.S. Olympic team to the gold medal at the Los Angeles Games. After winning the gold, Woodard had a chance to make a childhood dream come true when she tried out for the Harlem Globetrotters. She was among 10 women who competed for a chance to play with the Globetrotters and made history when she became the first female to join the famous team of basketball ambassadors in 1985. In 1987 Woodard decided to leave the Globetrotters and return to professional play abroad. She played two more seasons in Italy, helping her team to the Italian league championships in 1989, and then went to Japan, where she played for the Daina Securities team from 1990 to 1993, winning the division championship in 1992. She returned to the U.S. and worked for a time for the New York Stock Exchange before taking the position of director of athletics for the Kansas City, KS school system for two years until 1997 when she came out of retirement to play in the newly formed Women’s National Basketball Association. She played one year for the Cleveland Rockers and one year for the Detroit Shock before officially retiring as a player. In 1999, she returned to KU as an assistant coach under Coach Washington where she served for four seasons alongside Cook. When Washington retired for health reasons in 2003, Woodard served as interim head coach in 2003-2004. In 2006, Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius appointed her to serve as co-chair of her new Governor’s Council on Fitness.Career Highlights

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Marvin HARVEY

assistant coach

Marvin Harvey, a world renowned shooting instructor, is beginning his secondyear as an assistant coach on the Winthrop women’s basketball coaching staff. Harvey, who is known as the “Teacher”, has been a shooting instructor and coach since 1982, and has been educating shooters around the globe for the past 20 years. Harvey’s international teachings started in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1995 and have expanded to include other South American countries as well as Cuba, Mexico, South Korea, Australia, Russia and many parts of Europe and South Africa. In 2009, he was hired as the Shooting Coach for the WNBA Eastern Conference Champion Indiana Fever. “We are extremely excited for what Coach Harvey brings to the table,” said Cook, “He is a dynamic teacher and arguably one of the top player development coaches in America. I want what is best for our players and Marvin brings a wealth of expertise and innovative ideas to the Winthrop program.”


2016-17 Women’s Basketball Harvey, age 61, designed and developed his signature basketball training program “the new fundamentals” and a state-of-the-art basketball training facility called the ShotLAB with headquarters in Tampa, Florida, and other locations throughout the world. “I am honored and grateful to join the Winthrop women’s basketball program. I want to help the Eagles sustain and build on all aspects of the game,” says Harvey, who began his new duties at Winthrop on May 1. As a basketball coach he has won over 400 games at the high school and college level. He began his playing career at Penn Valley Community College and played his final two years at Ottawa University from which he graduated in 1980. Following his collegiate career, he attended three NBA training camps before deciding to begin his coaching career. Harvey has also served as shooting coach for the WNBA’s Houston Comets. His work on the collegiate level has included stints with the Kansas women’s program under Coach Marian Washington and men’s team coached by Larry Brown. In 1999, he served as the assistant women’s coach at South Alabama.

Ashley Johnson

assistant coach Former LSU standout Ashley Johnson is in her first season as an assistant coach for the Winthrop women’s basketball program. Johnson’s playing career spanned from 2004 to 2008 as she helped lead LSU to four consecutive appearances in the Final Four and three Southeastern Conference regular season championships. During her playing career, LSU compiled the winningest class in that program’s history with a record of 12521. She served as team captain during her junior and senior years.

BELIEVE! Following graduation in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a minor in sports studies, Johnson served as a graduate assistant at LSU and earned a MBA in 2010. She joined Northrup Grumman in its information systems sector in 2010 before taking a management position with Points of Light in Atlanta in 2013. In June 2014, she was hired as director of program development with the University of Central Florida women’s basketball team where she worked with recruiting and served as the video coordinator. “Ashley brings a winning pedigree to Winthrop,” said Winthrop head coach Kevin Cook. “As a player at LSU, she played in four Final Fours which should catch the attention of recruits. She is a caring individual that our players will relate to.” Johnson is the wife of former professional football player, Tremaine Johnson (Minnesota Vikings). They have a one year old daughter, Ava.

included management of the day-to-day operations, overseeing the women’s basketball booster organization, travel arrangements, and special events. Following her collegiate career, Franklin played professional basketball in Germany and Finland from 2011 to 2013 until she joined the UK staff in 2014. “We are very happy to have Amani join our Winthrop staff,” said Eagles head coach Kevin Cook. “Amani is a grinder and I like that she is a perfectionist who will add a lot to our program.” Franklin says she is thankful for the opportunity that Cook has given her to be a part of his Winthrop staff. “He is a proven winner, not only at Winthrop but in the WNBA as well. I look forward to serving our student-athletes as we all work towards our goals for this season,” she said.

Amani

Janko

director of basketball operations

graduate assistant

Franklin

Former University of Kentucky player Amani Franklin, a native of Stone Mountain, Georgia, is in her first year as the Director of Basketball Operations for Winthrop women’s basketball. Franklin was a four-year member of the Kentucky Wildcats team that reached the 2010 NCAA Tournament Elite 8. She received a bachelor’s degree from UK in agricultural economics with a minor in business. She has been pursuing a master’s degree in sports management from Morehead State University while serving as a staff support associate for the UK women’s program where her duties have

POPOVIC

Janko Popovic, a native of Belgrade Serbia and a graduate of LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, is serving is second season as the graduate assistant for women’s basketball. Popovic graduated with cum laude honors from LeMoyne-Owen in 2014 and is pursuing a MBA degree at Winthrop. He came to the United States in 2009 and attended Mountain State Academy where he played high school basketball for one year. He completed his senior season by competing in the ESPN Rise National Tournament. He went on to play for two years at Glenville State in West Virginia before transferring to LeMoyne-Owen. Following graduation, he spent a year in Belgrade working with Pro Future Sports, a recruiting agency.


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

Meet The 2016-17 Eagles

1 ~ Amari Grevious

2 ~ Wykeria Jones

10 ~ Miquela Santoro

12~ Noell Kellers

Freshman ~ 6-4 Center Orangeburg, SC

Freshman ~ 5-7 Guard Clarksville, OH

Sophomore ~ 5-6 Guard Bowman, SC

Sophomore ~ 5-6 Guard Scottsdale, AZ

3 ~ Danyael Goodhope Freshman~5-8 Guard Virginia Beach, VA

15 ~ Naima Jackson Junior ~ 5-8 Guard Clarkston, GA

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5 ~ Nuba Jackson Junior ~5-8 Guard Clarkston, GA

20 ~ Marissa Cantrell Freshman ~ 5-6 Guard Atlanta, GA


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

BELIEVE!

Meet The 2016-17 Eagles

23 ~ Ronata Rogers

24 ~ Porcelain Goldsborough 25~ CiiCii Buford

30~ Uchechi Ufochuwku

33 ~ Erica Williams

34 ~ Zaria McBride

55 ~ Angela Coello Perez

R-Sophomore ~ 6-0 Forward Greensboro, NC

Senior~ 5-10 Forward Rex, GA

Sophomore ~ 5-4 Guard Chester, SC

Freshman ~ 6-2 Center Reynoldsburg, OH

Senior~ 5-9 Guard Buford, GA

44 ~ Teylahna Green Freshman ~ 6-0 Forward Newark, NJ

Freshman ~ 6-4 Center Washington, DC

Freshman ~ 6-1 Forward Vigo, Spain


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Returning Player WINTHROP EAGLES

5 

Nuba JACKSON JR.  GUARD  5-8  CLARKSTON, GA  TUCKER H.S.

The Jackson File... Sophomore Highlights (2015-16)  Came off the bench to score 7 points, grab 2 rebounds and make a career-high 6 steals in 30 minutes of action against Oklahoma in season opener  Scored a career-high 10 points against Coastal Carolina in regular season finale (3-5-16) Freshman Highlights (2014-15)  Saw action in 21 games as a freshman  Made her collegiate debut against Gallaudet (11-15-14) with three points, four rebounds and five assists  Joins twin sister Naima on the Winthrop basketball team Prior to Winthrop  Helped lead her Tucker H.S. team to the 2014 Georgia Class 5A State Championship, a regular season No. 2 state ranking and a 26-4 final record  Scored a game-high 26 points in the state championship game against Southwest DeKalb  Played on Tucker’s 2013 Georgia Class 5A state tournament semifinalist team that finished the year with a 25-5 record  Was one of three players from her Tucker H.S. team to sign with a Division I program  Career  Averaged 9 points and 3.5 rebounds as a Bests senior and 9.1 points and 4.6 rebounds as a Points...............10 (at Coastal Carolina, 3-5-16) junior FGM.................. 4 (vs. UNC Asheville, 2-1-16) .........................  Played for the AAU powerhouse Georgia 4 (at Coastal Carolina, 3-5-16) Metros, the same team that produced Eagle FGA..................10 (vs. UNC Asheville, 2-1-16) teammate Erica Williams 3-Pt. FGM......... 1 (vs. Gallaudet, 11-15-14) 3-Pt. FGA......... 1 (vs. 10 opponents)  Ran cross country in addition to playing basketball in high school FTM.................. 3 (at Radford, 1-9-16) Individual Career History FTA...................  Is the daughter of Graham Hardeman and Nia 4 (at Radford, 1-9-16) Jackson Rebounds........ 5 (vs. High Point, 3-10-16) JACKSON, Nuba Assists............. 5 (vs. Gallaudet, 11-15-14) Blocks.............. 2 (at Gardner-Webb, 2-6-16) Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds ......................... 2 (vs. High Point, 3-10-16) Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot Steals............... 6 (at Oklahoma, 11-13-15) 2014-15 21-0 105/5.0 9-26 .346 1-8 .125 4-7 .571 6 6 12 Turnovers........ 5 (at Oklahoma, 11-13-15) 2015-16 28-6 590/21.1 42-143 .294 6-29 .207 21-28 .750 18 36 54 ......................... 5 (vs. vs. UNC Asheville, 2-1-16) TOTAL 49-6 695/14.2 51-169 .302 7-37 .189 25-35 .714 24 42 66

avg

0.6 1.9 1.3

pf

13 59 72

fo

0 0 0

ast

11 17 28

to

7 46 53

blk

1 6 7

stl

3 28 31

Scoring pts avg

23 1.1 111 4.0 134 2.7


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Getting to know Nuba Major: Computer Science Favorite Book: A Piece of Cake Favorite Food: Nachos Favorite Place to Shop: Online Favorite Music: Rap Place I would like to visit: Egypt I Am Inspired By: Doris Payne Hobby: I Like to Run Plans after Graduation: Attend Graduate School Fun Fact: Like to Cook


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Returning Player WINTHROP EAGLES

15 

Naima JACKSON JR.  GUARD  5-8  CLARKSTON, GA  TUCKER H.S.

The Jackson File... Sophomore Highlights (2015-16)  Scored a career-high 21 points on 8 of 18 FGs vs. UNC Asheville on 2-1-16  Had nine double figure scoring games  Grabbed a career-high 7 rebounds twice vs. Campbell (1-24-16) and at High Point (2-20-16) Freshman Highlights (2014-15)  Played in 25 games and started five times  Made her collegiate debut against Gallaudet and scored two points with four rebounds and one assist  Had first start against Radford on 1-13-15  Joins twin sister Naima on the Winthrop basketball team Prior To Winthrop  Was one of three players from Tucker H.S. to sign a Division I scholarship  Helped lead Tucker H.S. to the 2014 Georgia Class 5A State Championship  Averaged 9.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.7 steals as a senior while playing for the Career Bests 26-4 state champs Points...............21 (vs. UNC Asheville, 2-1-16) aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  Was a member of the 2013 Georgia Class 5A FGM.................. 8 (vs. UNC Asheville, 2-1-16) State Tournament semifinalist that finished with FGA..................22 (vs. High Point, 3-10-16) a 25-5 record 3-Pt. FGM......... 3 (vs. UNC Asheville, 2-1-16)  Was named to Dekalb All-Metro 2nd Team 3-Pt. FGA......... 9 (vs. High Point, 3-10-16)  Played for the AAU powerhouse Georgia FTM.................. 4 (at Charleston Sou., 12-1-15) Metros, the same team that produced Eagle ......................... 4 (vs. High Point, 3-10-16) teammate Erica Williams 6 (vs. NC Central, 11-28-15) FTA...................  Was top cross country runner on her high ......................... 6 (vs. High Point, school team as a junior finishing 31st in3-10-16) the Georgia Class 5A State Championship Rebounds........ 7 (vs. Campbell, 1-24-16)  Is the daughter of Graham Hardeman and Nia J Individual Career History ......................... 7 (at High Point, 2-20-16) Jackson Assists............. 3 (vs. three opponents) JACKSON, Naima Blocks.............. 3 (at Longwood, 1-26-16) Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds Steals............... 4 (at Gardner-Webb, 2-6-16) Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot Turnovers........ 6 (at Longwood, 1-26-16) ......................... 6 (vs. Radford, 2-23-16) 2014-15 25-5 239/9.6 16-52 .308 0-2 .000 7-11 .636 10 17 27 2015-16 TOTAL

29-22 831/28.7 54-27 1070/19.8

89-264 105-316

.337 .332

6-44 6-46

.136 .130

32-49 39-60

.653 .650

32 42

43 60

75 102

avg

1.1 2.6 1.9

pf

25 68 93

fo

0 1 1

ast

9 21 30

to

15 61 76

blk

1 7 8

stl

6 28 34

Scoring pts avg

39 1.6 216 7.4 255 4.7


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

Getting to know Naima Major: Biology Favorite Book: Crime and Punishment Favorite Food: Chicken Tikka Masala Favorite Place to Shop: Online Favorite Music: R&B Place I would like to visit: Madagascar I Am Inspired By: Anyone who under stands organinc chemistry Hobby: Volunteering at animal shelter Plans after Graduation: Attend Graduate School Fun Fact: I Love Puppy Videos

BELIEVE!


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

BELIEVE!

Returning Player WINTHROP EAGLES

23 

Ronata ROGERS

JR.-R  FORWARD  6-0 GREENSBORO, NC  GREENSBORO DAY SCHOOL

The Rogers File... Redshirt Sophomore Highlights (2015-16) w Suffered a season-ending broken foot on Feb. 25 against Radford w Recorded two double-doubles with 10 points and 12 rebounds vs. High Point (1-19-16) and career-high 12 points and career-tying 15 rebounds vs. Charleston Southern on 1-30-16 w Pulled down 15 rebounds against Longwood on 1-2-16 w Got first collegiate start at Auburn (11-24-15) and scored a then career-high 5 points Redshirt Freshman Highlights (2014-15)  Saw action in 17 games last season in a reserve role  Best performance came at Gardner-Webb on Jan. 4 when she scored six points on 3 of 3 field goals Prior to Winthrop  Had an outstanding high school career at Greensboro Day School  Was a three-time NCISAA 3A All-State selection  Was named the PACIS Conference Player of the Year in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013  Was selected the Greensboro Sports Player of the Year in 2011, 2012 and 2013  Averaged 14 points and 9 rebounds as a junior while leading Greensboro Day to a 27-6 record and a state tournament runner-up finish  Averaged 13.5 points and 9.6 rebounds as a senior Career Bests Points...............12  Scored over 1,000 points in her career (vs. Charleston Sou., 1-30-16) FGM. ................. 5 (vs. Charleston Sou., 1-30-16)  Was voted team MVP in 2011 and 2012 FGA..................12  Set a single game rebounding record with (vs. Charleston Sou., 1-30-16) 23 during her junior year 3-Pt. FGM......... 0 3-Pt. FGA.......... 0  Served as team captain in 2011, 2012 andIndividual Career History 2013 FTM.................. 4 (vs. High Point, 1-19-16) FTA...................  Is the daughter of Ronald and Pamela 4 (vs. three opponents) Rogers Rebounds.........15 (vs. Longwood, 1-2-16, vs. Charles- ROGERS, Ronata ......................... ton Sou, 1-30-16)) Assists.............. 2 (at Liberty, 1-16-16) Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds Blocks............... 2 vs. three opponents) Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot Steals............... 3 (vs. Coastal, 2-13-16) 2013-14 2015-16 TOTAL

17-0 23-16 40-16

81/4.8 476/20.7 557/13.9

6-15 37-100 43-115

.400 .370 .374

0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000

3-8 21-32 24-40

.375 .656 .600

9 10 40 91 49 101

19 131 150

avg

1.1 5.7 3.8

pf

9 28 37

fo

0 0 0

ast

1 11 12

to

0 15 15

blk

1 16 17

stl

4 11 15

Scoring pts avg

15 0.9 95 4.1 110 2.8


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

Getting to know Ronata Major: Sport Management Favorite Book: The Help Favorite Food: Shrimp Alfredo Favorite Place to Shop: American Eagle Favorite Music: Hip Hop and R&B Place I would like to visit: New York City I Am Inspired By: My Mom & Dad Hobby: Play Board Games Plans after Graduation: Attend Graduate School Fun Fact: I played soccer before switching to basketball

BELIEVE!


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Returning Player WINTHROP EAGLES

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CiiCii BUFORD SR.  GUARD  5-9  BUFORD, GA  GREATER ATLANTA CHRISTIAN

 The Buford File...

Junior Highlights (2015-16) w Scored a career-high 14 points against High Point on 2-20-16 w Scored 13 points and matched her career-high for 3-pointers with three at Campbell on 2-16-16 w Scored 12 points and made three 3-pointers against Coastal Carolina on 2-13-16 w Grabbed a career-high 6 rebounds against Charleston Southern (1-30-16) w Scored 8 points against Furman on 11-24-15. Sophomore Highlights (2014-15)  Saw action in 21 games during 2014-15 sophomore year  Scored a career-best 11 points against Davidson (12-13-14) on 3 for 5 FG shooting and 5 of 5 FTs  Scored eight points in 16 minutes of action against Charleston Southern (1-31-15) Freshman Highlights (2013-14)  Saw action in 14 games as a freshman  Attended Greater Atlanta Christian School near Atlanta, but Baton Rouge, LA is her home town  Given name is Cymphonie, but she prefers CiiCii  Was a five-year member of the varsity team Career Bests and was a four-year starter (at High Point, 2-20-16)) Points...............14  Helped lead her team to the 2011 and 2012 FGM.................. 6 (at High Point, 2-20-16) Georgia High School Association Sweet 16 3-Pt. FGM......... 3 (vs. Coastal, 2-13-16, at Campbell,  Was recognized as a National Scholastic ......................... 2-16-16) Coaches Association All-American 3-Pt. FGA.......... 8 (vs. Liberty, 3-1-16)  Was selected on the All-Gwinnett County FTM.................. 5 (vs. Davidson, 12-13-14) Team in 2012 and 2013 6 (vs. Coastal, 2-13-16) FTA...................  Averaged 10 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.3 Rebounds......... 6 (vs. Charleston Sou., 1-30-16) assists in 2012 Individual Career History 3 (vs. Longwood, 12-30-14, vs. UNC Assists..............  Is the daughter of Christopher Buford and ......................... Asheville, 2-1-16)) Amanda Gould BUFORD, CiiCii Blocks............... 1 (vs. six opponents) Steals............... 3 (vs. Coastal, 2-13-16)) Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds Turnovers......... 5 (vs. UNC Asheville, 2-1-16) Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL

14-0 21-0 24-12 59-12

33/2.4 102/4.9 501/20.9 636/10.8

5-12 13-30 39-140 57-182

.417 .433 .279 .313

0-0 0-1 19-70 19-71

.000 .000 .271 .268

1-3 12-17 14-27 27-47

.333 .706 .519 .574

3 7 13 23

3 7 36 46

6 14 49 69

avg

0.4 0.7 2.0 1.2

pf

1 8 50 59

fo

0 0 1 1

ast

0 7 13 20

to

3 5 39 47

blk

0 0 5 5

stl

2 3 15 20

Scoring pts avg

11 38 111 160

0.8 1.8 4.6 2.7


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

Getting to know CiiCii Major: Exercise Science Favorite Book: Speak Favorite Food: Crab Legs Favorite Place to Shop: Victoria Secret Favorite Music: Hip Hop and R&B Place I would like to visit: Spain I Am Inspired By: My Mom Hobby: Listen to Music, shopping Plans after Graduation: Attend Physical Therapy School Fun Fact: I’m Bilingual

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2016-17 Women’s Basketball

BELIEVE!

Returning Player WINTHROP EAGLES

33  The Williams File...

Erica WILLIAMS SR.  FORWARD  5-10  REX, GA  RABUN GAP-NAGOOCHEE SCHOOL

Junior Highlights (2015-16 Season)  Was a preseason All-Big South First Team selction  Became the 18th player in Winthrop women’s history to join the 1,000-point Club with 17 points vs. Duke on 11-15-15 and enters her senior season 8th on the all-time scoring list with 1,273 points w Recorded her first double-double of the season and 23rd in her career with 16 points and 10 rebounds against NCCU on 11-28-15  Had streak of 23 straight double figure scoring games before it was broken against Auburn on 12-16-15 Sophomore Highlights (2014-15)  Was voted to the All-Big South First Team  Ranked second in the conference in scoring in 2014-15 with a 16.4 average to go along with 8.7 rebounds  Had 12 double-doubles in 2014-15  Scored in double figures in 26 of the 29 games in 2014-15  Finished the 2014-15 season with 14 straight double figure games Freshman Highlights (2013-14)  Was voted to the Big South All-Freshman Team in 2013-14  Averaged 15.2 points and 7.8 rebounds Career  Scored 500 points and shot 49.6 pct. from Bests the field as a true freshman Points. ..............26 (at Davidson, 11-15-13)  Scored in double figures in 27 of 33 games, FGM..................11 (vs. Coastal Carolina, 2-21-15) including a stretch of 18 of 19 games FGA..................27 (at High Point, 1-10-15) 3-Pt. FGM......... 2 (vs. four opponents) 3-Pt. FGA......... 4 (at Duke, 11-15-15, at Radford, 1-9-16) Prior to Winthrop FTM..................  Finished her high school career as the all8 (at Davidson, 11-15-13) time leading scorer in school history ......................... 8 (vs. NC Central, 1-7-14) FTA...................  Averaged a double-double for her career in 11 (vs. College of Charleston, 11-10-13) scoring and rebounding Rebounds........ 20 (vs. Campbell, 1-24-16) Individual Career History Assists.  Scored 2,685 points and averaged 21 pts. ............ 8 (at Charleston So., 1-3-15)  Is the daughter of Eric Williams and Retha Blocks.............. 3 (at Radford, 1-9-14) WILLIAMS, Erica Taylor Steals............... 4 (at Presbyterian, 2-1-14, vs. Ohio, 11-21-15) Blocks.............. 4 (vs. High Point, 1-16-16) Turnovers........ 13 (at Auburn, 12-16-15)

Season

2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

33-33 1084/32.8 197-396 29-29 1044/36.0 200-460 18-18 675/37.5 122-308 80-80 2803/35.0 519-1164

pct

.497 .435 .396 .446

3-Point fg-fga

1-3 3-7 12-44 16-54

pct

.333 .429 .273 .296

F-Throws ft-fta pct

105-155 74-119 40-76 219-350

off

.677 90 .622 78 .526 31 .626 199

Rebounds def tot

167 173 101 441

257 251 132 640

avg

pf

7.8 73 8.7 64 7.3 34 8.0 171

fo

ast

to

0 69 107 0 88 113 0 47 75 0 204 295

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

25 39 500 22 35 477 18 31 296 65 105 1273

15.2 16.4 16.4 15.9


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

Getting to know Erica Major: Social Work Favorite Book: Bible Favorite Food: Hot Wings Favorite Place to Shop: Old Navy Favorite Music: Old School Place I would like to visit: New York City I Am Inspired By: My Mom Hobby: Working Puzzles Plans after Graduation: Play Overseas Fun Fact: I went to boarding school for 5 years

BELIEVE!


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

BELIEVE!

Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Amari GREVIOUS FR CENTER  6-4  ORANGEBURG, SC ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON H.S.

 The Grevious File...

 averaged 9.9 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.1 blocks during her senior year at Orangeburg-Wilkinson H.S. w Earned All-Region and All-Area honors during her career w Also played four years of high school volleyball w Helped lead Orangeburg-Wilkinson to a 22-4 overall record and a 10-0 region record w Was rated No. 21 post player in South Carolina by Max Preps w Is the daughter of Samuel and Annette Grevious

Getting to know Amari Major: Biology Favorite Book: Peaches Favorite Food: Chicken Tenders Favorite Place to Shop: Francesca’s Favorite Music: Hip Hop and R&B Place I would like to visit: China I Am Inspired By: My Mother Hobby: Watching TV Plans after Graduation: Become a Pediatric Oncologist Nurse Fun Fact: Like to Cook


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Danyael GOODHOPE FR.  GUARD  5-6 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA  PRINCESS ANNE H.S.

 The Goodhope File

w Led Princess Anne to three Virginia 5A State Championships  Led her 2015-16 team to a No. 33 national ranking and a No. 3 ranking in Virginia w Led her Princess Anne team to a 30-2 overall record and a 13-1 regional mark in 2015-16, a 27-3 record in 2014-15, and a 28-1 record in 2013-14 w Played AAU basketball for the Norfolk Express where she averaged 12.3 points and shot 50 percent w Is the daughter of Orlando and Veronica Goodhope

Getting to know Danyael Major: Political Science Favorite Food: Crab Legs Favorite Place to Shop: H&M, Charlotte Russe Favorite Music: Hip Hop, R&B, & Rap Place I would like to visit: Africa I Am Inspired By: My Dad Hobby: Shopping Plans after Graduation: Play over- seas or get drafted into the League Fun Fact: Like to Cook


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Miquela SANTORO FR.  GUARD 5-7 CLARKSVILLE, OH  CLINTON -MASSIE H.S.

 The Santoro File...

 Averaged 21 points as a senior and 17.5 as a junior at Clinton-Massie High School  Was selected on the 2015-16 Associated Press Div. II high school All-State Second Team  Was selected on the 2015-16 Associated Press Div. II Southwest All-District First Team  Following junior year, was recognized as a Top 100 player in Ohio and was named to the All-District 15 team  Also played for the Cincinnati Angles AAU team and was selected as an All-South Central Ohio League First Team player  Is the daughter of Tony and Cindy Santoro

Getting to know Miquela Major: Exercise Science Favorite Food: Chicken Tenders Favorite Place to Shop: Victoria Secret, Foot Locker Favorite Music: Hip Hop and Rap Place I would like to visit: Jamaica I Am Inspired By: My Parents Hobby: Working Out Plans after Graduation: Attend Physical Therapy School Fun Fact: I’m Italian


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Noell KELLERS SO.  GUARD  5-6  SCOTTSDALE, AZ  TRINITY VALLEY COLLEGE

 The Kellers File...

 Transferred to Winthrop after spending her freshman year at Trinity Community College in Texas  Played for three years as a freshman, sophomore and junior at Desert Mountain H.S. in Scottsdale, AZ  Was selected an All-City Player in 2013 and 2014  Was ranked among the top five scoring leaders in all divisions of Arizona high school basketball in the 2012-13 season with a 16.6 average  Was an All-Arizona and All-Tribune Honorable Mention selection in 2013 and 2014  Holds the Arizona 5A single game record for most free throws made in a game with 22 and is fifth for most 3-pointers made in a game with seven  Was part of a Trinity Community College that compiled a 31-4 record and finished second in the NJCAA National Tournament in 2015-16  Is the daughter of Denise Kellers

Getting to know Noell Major: Political Science Favorite Book: My Sister’s Keeper Favorite Food: Chicken Alfredo Pasta Favorite Place to Shop: Any Sporting Goods Store Favorite Music: Hip Hop and R&B Place I would like to visit: Paris I Am Inspired By: My Mother Hobby: Shopping, Swimming Plans after Graduation: Attend Law School Fun Fact: Like to Cook


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Marissa CANTRELL FR  GUARD  5-8  ATLANTA, GA  WESTLAKE H.S.

 The Cantrell File...

 Averaged 15 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals to lead Westlake H.S. to the Georgia Elite Eight in both 2015 and 2016  Was selected an Atlanta Tip-Off Club All-Metro Third Team selection in 2015-16  Was selected on Atlanta Journal-Constitution First Team in 2016 and the Second Team in 2015.  Helped lead Westlake H.S. to a 25-6 overall record and a 12-2 conference record in 2015-16  Played at the same high school that produced Carolina Panther quarterback Cam Newton  Is the daughter of Mallory and Valencia Cantrell

Getting to know Marissa Major: Undeclared Favorite Book: The Giver Favorite Food: Hot Wings Favorite Place to Shop: Zara Favorite Music: Rap Place I would like to visit: London I Am Inspired By: My Mother Hobby: Drawing Plans after Graduation: Return to Atlanta to Find a Job


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Uchechi UFOCHUKWU FR.  FORWARD/CENTER  6-4 WASHINGTON, DC  ARCHBISHOP CARROLL

 The Ufochukwu File...

 Is a native of Benin, Nigeria  Played basketball for two years at Archbishop Carroll H.S. in Washington, DC after coming to the United States  Had never played basketball until April, 2013 when she became involved with Access2Success and was able to travel to the U.S. to through a partnership between Hope 4 Girls and Archbishop Carroll H.S.  Averaged 8.5 points and 11.3 rebounds for Archbishop Carroll H.S. in 2015-16  Was selected team MVP after her senior year  Was a Third Team All-WCAC selection in 2015-16  Is the daughter of Samuel and Grace Ufochukwu

Getting to know Uche Major: Accounting Favorite Book: Purple Hibiscus Favorite Food: Mac and Cheese Favorite Place to Shop: Rue 21 Favorite Music: Nigerian Gospel Place I would like to visit: Paris I Am Inspired By: My Dad Hobby: Watching Movies, Reading Plans after Graduation: Working at my Dream Job or Play Pro Bas- ketball Fun Fact: Left Nigeria at age 16


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Zaria McBRIDE FR.  FORWARD  6-2  REYNOLDSBURG, OH  WHITEHALL YEARLING H.S.

 The McBride File...

 Was a Dayton Daily News 2015-16 All-Ohio Honorable Mention  Played four years of high school basketball at three different schools (Columbus Academy, Reynoldsburg H.S., and Whitehall Yearling  Averaged 18 points to earn First Team All-District in 2015-16  Was a Third Team All-District Division III selection after averaging 15.1 points and 11.8 rebounds in 2013- 14 at Columbus Academy  Is the daughter of Marshall McBride and Michelle Battle

Getting to know Zaria Major: Sociology Favorite Book: I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings Favorite Food: Pasta Favorite Place to Shop: Forever 21 Favorite Music: Neo-Soul and Hip Hop Place I would like to visit: Jamaica I Am Inspired By: My Mother Hobby: Watching Movies Plans after Graduation: Work in a Non-Profit Organization Fun Fact: I Like to Go to Spoken Word


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

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Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Teylahna GREEN

FR.  FORWARD  6--0 NEWARK, NJ  UNIVERSITY H.S.

 The Green File...

 Was a four-year starter and a two-year captain for University High School  Is considered a tenacious defender and rebounder by her high school coach Felicia Oliver  Grabbed 896 career rebounds and led the state of New Jersey in total rebounds as a senior with 411  In 57 games as a junior and senior, she pulled down 20 or more rebounds in seven games and had 47 games with double figure rebounds  Averaged 7.3 points and 13.7 rebounds as a senior and 6.7 points and 12.1 rebounds as a junior  Had a career-high 24 rebounds in two games as a junior  Had 16 career double-doubles as a junior and senior  Helped lead her University H.S. team to the 2016 North Jersey Section 2 and Group 1 state championships  Was a First Team All-Super Essex Conference selection in 2014-15 and a Second Team pick in 2013-14  Is the daughter of Don and Alycia Green

Getting to know Teylahna Major: Special Education Favorite Food: Hot Wings Favorite Place to Shop: Forever 21 and Victoria Secret Favorite Music: R&B Place I would like to visit: Africa Hobby: Shopping Plans after Graduation: Start My Career


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Newcomer WINTHROP EAGLES

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Angela COELLO PEREZ FR.  FORWARD  6-1  VIGO, SPAIN  REAL CLUB CELTA

The Coello Perez File...  Is expected to provide immediate impact with her shooting and rebounding ability  Shot 51 percent from the floor and 73 percent from the free throw line last season for Real Club Celta  Averaged 11.1 points and 13 rebounds last season  Is the first Spainaird to play for the Eagle women  Has been playing basketball for eight years following four years of soccer  Was selected on the U16 Galicia Regional Team in 2011, 2012, and 2013  Is the daughter of Jose Manuel Coello Estevez and Ma de los Angeles Perez Muinos

Getting to know Angela Major: Athletic Training Favorite Food: Pasta Favorite Place to Shop: Zara Favorite Music: Spanish Place I would like to visit: Italy I Am Inspired By: My Mother Hobby: Cook Plans after Graduation: Pursue a Master’s Degree in Osteopathy Fun Fact: I’m from Spain


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2015-16 Final Season Statistics THE STAT CREW SYSTEM Winthrop Season Box Score (as of Oct 12, 2016) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE ##

Player

33 WILLIAMS, Erica

Conference-Only...

01 KILPATRICK, Aliyah

Conference-Only...

14 WHITAKER, Arianne

Conference-Only...

15 JACKSON, Naima

Conference-Only...

02 BANKS, Jimecheia

Conference-Only...

25 BUFORD, CiiCii

Conference-Only...

44 MBAMALU, Ezinne

Conference-Only...

23 ROGERS, Ronata

Conference-Only...

05 JACKSON, Nuba

Conference-Only...

32 ATKINS, Kayla

Conference-Only...

20 WOOD, Courtney

Conference-Only...

21 BOYD, Brianna

Conference-Only...

30 TAYLOR, JoJo

Conference-Only... Team Team Total.......... Conference-Only... Opponents...... Conference-Only...

Score by Periods Winthrop Opponents

OVERALL 4-26 3-18 1-8

gp-gs

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

18-18 675 37.5 122-308 9-9 352 39.1 73-172 27-27 1006 37.3 138-466 18-18 663 36.8 99-316 23-22 721 31.3 76-168 14-13 439 31.4 47-105 30-23 871 29.0 95-286 21-19 747 35.6 84-249 14-12 422 30.1 33-101 5-5 154 30.8 14-39 25-13 541 21.6 41-150 19-13 488 25.7 36-123 16-9 360 22.5 30-83 7-5 185 26.4 14-40 23-16 476 20.7 37-100 17-15 423 24.9 32-82 29-7 630 21.7 42-147 21-6 489 23.3 32-106 17-2 215 12.6 18-43 17-2 215 12.6 18-43 3-0 18 6.0 1-3 3-0 18 6.0 1-3 4-1 38 9.5 1-7 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 7-0 27 3.9 0-1 7-0 27 3.9 0-1

30 21 30 21

HOME 4-7 3-7 1-0

6000 4200 6000 4200

634-1863 450-1279 732-1817 492-1260

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 379 382 417 424 511 512 517 489

Totals 1602 2029

AWAY 0-17 0-10 0-7

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

.396 .424 .296 .313 .452 .448 .332 .337 .327 .359 .273 .293 .361 .350 .370 .390 .286 .302 .419 .419 .333 .333 .143 .000 .000 .000

12-44 5-21 25-101 16-66 0-0 0-0 7-53 7-50 13-52 7-19 21-76 18-64 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-30 4-19 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.273 .238 .248 .242 .000 .000 .132 .140 .250 .368 .276 .281 .000 .000 .000 .000 .200 .211 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

40-76 23-40 70-107 53-84 30-57 24-39 36-55 30-43 4-12 4-9 14-27 8-18 12-29 7-13 21-32 20-31 21-28 16-21 2-13 2-13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.526 .575 .654 .631 .526 .615 .655 .698 .333 .444 .519 .444 .414 .538 .656 .645 .750 .762 .154 .154 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

.340 .352 .403 .390

84-356 57-239 210-592 130-383

.236 .238 .355 .339

250-436 187-311 355-525 259-382

.573 .601 .676 .678

off

31 20 45 28 85 57 32 28 7 3 14 7 32 17 40 38 21 13 34 34 2 2 3 0 0 0 83 47 429 294 471 332

NEUTRAL 0-2 0-1 0-1

Rebounds def tot avg

101 59 80 44 129 88 49 45 33 8 38 36 42 30 91 85 38 29 22 22 1 1 3 0 2 2 60 43 689 492 905 605

132 79 125 72 214 145 81 73 40 11 52 43 74 47 131 123 59 42 56 56 3 3 6 0 2 2 143 90 1118 786 1376 937

pf dq

a

7.3 8.8 4.6 4.0 9.3 10.4 2.7 3.5 2.9 2.2 2.1 2.3 4.6 6.7 5.7 7.2 2.0 2.0 3.3 3.3 1.0 1.0 1.5 0.0 0.3 0.3

34 16 73 52 69 45 71 57 35 12 53 45 44 23 28 25 62 47 25 25 1 1 6 0 2 2

0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

47 29 73 54 11 8 24 23 38 11 13 12 3 2 11 10 18 16 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

37.3 37.4 45.9 44.6

503 350 445 315

8 5 0

240 167 440 283

to blk stl

75 30 54 31 48 34 61 51 35 9 40 34 11 7 15 12 47 34 12 12 0 0 3 0 3 3 9 8 413 265 469 297

18 13 12 9 56 37 7 7 2 0 6 6 8 6 16 13 8 8 9 9 0 0 1 0 0 0

31 8 97 58 17 9 29 25 18 6 15 15 9 4 11 10 29 17 5 5 0 0 3 0 1 1

pts

avg

296 174 371 267 182 118 233 205 83 39 117 98 72 35 95 84 111 84 38 38 2 2 2 0 0 0

16.4 19.3 13.7 14.8 7.9 8.4 7.8 9.8 5.9 7.8 4.7 5.2 4.5 5.0 4.1 4.9 3.8 4.0 2.2 2.2 0.7 0.7 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0

143 265 1602 108 158 1144 157 208 2029 91 126 1373

53.4 54.5 67.6 65.4


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RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 4-26 3-18 1-8

HOME 4-7 3-7 1-0

AWAY 0-17 0-10 0-7

NEUTRAL 0-2 0-1 0-1

Date 11/13/15

Opponent at Oklahoma

Score 48-78

L

Att. High Points 3713 (14)WHITAKER, Arianne

11/15/15 11/20/15

at Duke at Akron

50-78 59-76

L L

3582 (17)WILLIAMS, Erica 1556 (21)WILLIAMS, Erica

11/21/15

vs Ohio

54-75

L

743 (23)WILLIAMS, Erica

11/24/15

at Furman

52-71

L

407 (12)WILLIAMS, Erica

11/28/15

NC CENTRAL

12/01/15 12/05/15 12/13/15 12/16/15

*at Charleston So. *GARDNER-WEBB at South Carolina at Auburn

12/22/15 12/29/15 01/02/16 01-09-16

W

62-39

269 (16)WILLIAMS, Erica

51-54 81-62 37-86 33-76

L L L

256 289 13409 2429

at Col. of Charleston *at UNC Asheville *LONGWOOD *at Radford

63-77 55-63 60-63 44-66

L L L L

274 952 290 437

01/12/16 01/16/16 01/19/16 01/24/16

*PRESBYTERIAN *at Liberty *HIGH POINT *CAMPBELL

48-59 61-77 67-74 50-49

L L L

275 1011 416 181

1/26/16 01/30/16 02/01/16

*at Longwood *CHARLESTON SO. *UNC ASHEVILLE

60-67 50-58 59-67

L L L

2/6/16

*at Gardner-Webb

52-70

L

02/13/16 2/16/16 02/20/16 02/23/16 02/27/16 03/01/16 3/5/16 03/10/16

*COASTAL CAROLINA *at Campbell *at High Point *RADFORD *at Presbyterian *LIBERTY *at Coastal Carolina *vs High Point

52-43 56-69 60-80 38-67 44-77 42-59 59-76 55-73

L L L L L L L

* - Conference game

Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

Games

11 17 2 30

W

W

Attend

3053 30942 2232 36227

W

Avg/Game

278 1820 1116 1208

(19)WILLIAMS, Erica (24)WILLIAMS, Erica (10)WILLIAMS, Erica (9)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (28)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (12)BANKS, Jimecheia (21)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (20)WILLIAMS, Erica

(17)WILLIAMS, Erica (22)WILLIAMS, Erica (16)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (16)WILLIAMS, Erica (16)KILPATRICK, Aliyah 439 (20)WILLIAMS, Erica 219 (21)WILLIAMS, Erica 336 (21)JACKSON, Naima

369 (15)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (15)WHITAKER, Arianne 315 (21)KILPATRICK, Aliyah 877 (14)KILPATRICK, Aliyah 626 (15)KILPATRICK, Aliyah 216 (11)KILPATRICK, Aliyah 257 (11)WHITAKER, Arianne 247 (12)KILPATRICK, Aliyah 348 (15)KILPATRICK, Aliyah 1489 (23)KILPATRICK, Aliyah

High Rebounds (5)BANKS, Jimecheia (5)WILLIAMS, Erica (9)WHITAKER, Arianne (8)WHITAKER, Arianne (8)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (8)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (8)WHITAKER, Arianne (9)WHITAKER, Arianne (9)WILLIAMS, Erica (10)WILLIAMS, Erica (10)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (13)WHITAKER, Arianne (12)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (8)WHITAKER, Arianne (7)WILLIAMS, Erica (7)KILPATRICK, Aliyah (11)WHITAKER, Arianne (7)MBAMALU, Ezinne (15)ROGERS, Ronata (8)ROGERS, Ronata (8)WILLIAMS, Erica (9)MBAMALU, Ezinne (8)ROGERS, Ronata (12)ROGERS, Ronata (20)WILLIAMS, Erica (12)ROGERS, Ronata (15)ROGERS, Ronata (9)WHITAKER, Arianne (9)ROGERS, Ronata (9)WHITAKER, Arianne (12)ROGERS, Ronata (11)ATKINS, Kayla (13)WHITAKER, Arianne (9)ATKINS, Kayla (7)WHITAKER, Arianne (14)WHITAKER, Arianne (10)WHITAKER, Arianne (19)WHITAKER, Arianne


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Team Records MOST POINTS Game: 136 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 2492 in 1983-84

MOST PERSONAL FOULS: Game: 32 vs. Campbell, 1-21-87 Season: 575 in 1984-85

FEWEST POINTS Game: 16 vs. Southern Poly, 12-12-10 Season: 1487 in 1993-94

MOST STEALS: Game: 32 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 488 in 1983-84, 2001-02

MOST FG MADE Game: 64 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 1009 in 1983-84

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS: Game: 12 vs. Coastal Carolina, 2-11-92 Season: 146 in 1981-82

MOST FG ATTEMPTED Game: 105 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 2189 in 1983-84

OTHERS Most Games: 33 in 2012-13 33 in 2013-14 Most Overall Wins: 24 in 2013-14 Fewest Wins: 2 in 2004-05 Most Losses: 26 in 2004-05 26 in 2015-16 Most Conference Wins: 15 in 2013-14 Best Winning Pct: .760 in 1973-74 Worst Winning Pct: .071 (2-26) in 2004-05 Largest Margin of Victory: 101, vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Largest Margin of Defeat: 77, vs. Georgia Tech, 12-30-91 Longest Winning Streak: 8 in 1983-84 and 2012-13 Longest Losing Streak: 18 in 2004-05 Most Points First Half: 65, vs.Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Fewest Points First Half: 10, at North Carolina, 1-6-05 Most Points Second Half:71, vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Fewest Points Second Half: 8, vs. Southern Poly, 12-12-10

BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY Game: .688 at Liberty, 1-23-12 Season: .466 in 1988-89 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 34, vs. Charleston Southern, 2-25-06 Season: 739 in 2011-12 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 17, vs. Gardner-Webb, 1-23-12 Season: 236 in 2011-12 MOST FREE THROW MADE: Game: 41 vs. Furman, 12-2-89 Season: 474 in 1983-84 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED: Game: 61 vs. Furman, 12-2-89 Season: 697 in 1983-84 HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 vs. Coastal Carolina, 3-2-00, at Coastal Carolina, 2-23-00 Season: .729 in 2000-01

The 2012-13 team captured the first Div. I post season victory in the WNIT under Coach Kevin Cook

The 2011-12 Team Won 18 Games and set 42 new records and milestones under Coach Marlene Stollings

MOST REBOUNDS: Game: 76 vs. Wofford, 1-21-80 Season: 1499 in 1980-81 MOST ASSISTS: Game: 44 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 480 in 1983-84

The 2008-09 team made the first Division I post season appearance in the WNIT under Coach Bud Childers


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Individual Records

POINTS SCORED Game: 39 Season: 653 Career: 2277

Schaquilla Nunn vs. Gallaudet, 11-15-14 Dequesha McClanahan in 2011-12 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 34 Dequesha McClanahan at UNC Asheville, 2-13-12 Season: 646 Dequesha McClanahan in 2011-12 Career: 2217 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 18 Schaquilla Nunn vs. Gallaudet, 11-15-14 Season: 249 Kim Segars in 1987-88 Career: 804 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14 BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY Game: 1.000 Lori Taylor (7-7) vs. Coe, 1-3-87 1.000 Sharon Dixon (6-6) vs. Aiken, 2-20-80 1.000 Anne Cox (7-7) vs. N.C. A&T, 2-15-95 Season: .583 Jennifer Churchill in 1998-99 Career: .554 Jennifer Churchill, 1995-99 MOST 3- POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 23 Diana Choibekova at Liberty, 1-23-12 Season: 388 Diana Choibekova in 2011-12 Career: 737 Tiffany Rodd, 2005-09 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 10 Diana Choibekova vs. Gardner-Webb, 1-16-12 & UNC Asheville, 3- 2-13 Season: 121 Diana Choibekova in 2011-12 Career: 263 Tiffany Rodd, 2005-09 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 22 Jodi Wingrove vs. Coastal, 1-27-90 Season: 205 Nancy Archer in 1983-84 Dequesha McClanahan in 2011-12 Career: 681 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14 FREE THROWS MADE Game: 18 Jodi Wingrove vs. Coastal, 1-27-90 18 Kim Segars vs. Fordham, 11-26-88 Season: 156 Nancy Archer in 1983-84 Career: 522 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14

FREE THROW PCT Game: 1.000 16 different players, most recently, Samiya Wright vs. Chas. Sou., 3-2-12 Season: .959 Janet Frederick in 1981-82 Career: .767 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14 REBOUNDS Game: 21 Season: 333 Career: 910

Taylor Calvert vs. Troy, 11-11-12 Schaquilla Nunn in 2014-15 Schaquilla Nunn, 2012-

ASSISTS Game: 19 Season: 224 Career: 744

Janet Frederick vs. Sacred Heart, 2-1-81 Dequesha McClanahan in 2011-12 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14

BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 10 Schaquilla Nunn vs. Mississippi State, 11-20-12 10 Tammy Jones vs. Coastal, 2-11-92 Season: 109 Schaquilla Nunn in 2014-15 Career: 279 Schaquilla Nunn, 2012STEALS Game: 11 Season: 108 Career: 299

Cassandra Barnes vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Nancy Archer in 1982-83 Shelia Bailey, 1988-92

GAMES PLAYED Season: 33 33 33 Career: 128

Dequesha McClanahan, 2012-13 Dequesha McClanahan, 2013-14 Erica Williams, 2013-14 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14

Dequesha McClanahan broke the school and Big South scoring and assist records from 2011-14)

Jennifer Churchill is the single season and career leader in field goal percentage

GAMES STARTED Season: 33 Dequesha McClanahan in 2012-13 Career: 127 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14 MINUTES PLAYED Season: 1231 Dequesha McClanahan, 2012-13 Career: 4538 Dequesha McClanahan, 2010-14 PERSONAL FOULS Season: 106 Kim Segars in 1987-88 Career: 374 Kim Segars, 1987-88 TIMES DISQUALIFIED Season: 9 Katherine Kitchin in 1994-95 Career: 23 Kim Segars, 1985-89

Shelia Bailey’s Winthrop assist record stood for 22 years until McClanahan broke it.

Schaquilla Nunn holds the single game record for points with 39 on Nov. 15, 2014 vs. Gallaudet


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Career Leaders GAMES PLAYED 128 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 125 Shelly Hankins (2005-2010) 124 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 124 Samiya Wright (2011-15) 123 Ashley Haugtvedt (2005-09) 123 Jessica Fansler (2006-10 117 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 116 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 115 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 115 Shanice Cole (2006-2010) 114 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 113 Mary Susan Austin (1981-86) 113 Yvonne van Daalen (2005-09) GAMES STARTED 127 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 113 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 105 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 105 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 103 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 103 Samiya Wright (2011-15) 102 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 101 Kim Segars (1985-98) 101 Michele Hobson (1986-90) 97 Yvonne van Daalen (2005-09) 94 Tammy Jones (1989-94) MINUTES PLAYED 4538 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 3931 Samiya Wright (2011-15) 3852 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 3620 Michelle Hobson (1986-90) 3563 Shelia Bailey (1988-92) 3546 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 3479 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 3387 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 3370 Nancy Archer (1980-84)

291 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 3 3285 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) POINTS SCORED 2277 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 1699 Kim Segars (1985-89) 1605 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 1603 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 1550 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 1277 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 1276 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 1273 Erica Williams (2013-present) 1226 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 1220 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 1173 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 2217 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 1485 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 1404 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 1356 Kim Segars (1985-89) 1309 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 1171 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 1164 Erica Williams (2013-present) 1109 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 1090 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 1036 Carmen Thomas (1991-95)

467 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 423 Becki Barbary (1986-90) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min 360 FGA) .554 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) .523 Kim Segars (1985-89) .515 Tammy Jones (1989-94) .496 Erica Williams (2013- present) .494 Meredith Smith (1997-01) .488 Laura Herman (2001-03) .480 Becki Barbary (1986-90) .473 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) .462 Sharon Lee (1981-85) .461 Ashley Haugtvedt (2005-09) . THREE POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 263 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 219 Diana Choibekova (2011-13) 179 Samiya Wright (2011-15) 147 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 142 Jennifer Castle (1994-98) 112 Jessica Fansler (2006-10) 105 Kim Cairnes (1999-02) 101 Gene’t Moore (2003-05) 90 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 84 Misty Mooring (1995-99) THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE FIELD GOALS MADE .357 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 804 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) .348 Jennifer Castle (1994-98) 709 Kim Segars (1985-89) .338 Samiya Wright (2011- 15) 664 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) .329 Lacey Lyons (2009-11) 654 Janet Dykton (1981-86) .328 Kim Cairnes (1999-02) 585 Ashley Fann (2005-09) .326 Gene’t Moore (2003-05) 519 Erica Williams (2013-present) .325 Tawander Whittington (2001-03) 506 Tammy Jones (1989-94) .320 Diana Choibekova (2011-13) 469 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) .318 Misty Mooring (1995-99)

Fann (40) and Rodd (25) combined to be one of the best scoring tandems in Winthrop and Big South history as each eclipsed the 1,000 point mark in their four-year careers.

Janet Dykton is ranked in the top 10 in points, field goal attempts, field goals made, free throws made, free throws attempted, assists, steals and blocks.


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Career Leaders REE THROWS ATTEMPTED F 681 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14 ) 530 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 518 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 478 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 466 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 464 Carmen Thomas (1991-95) 460 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 423 Kim Segars (1985-89) 407 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 391 Tammy Jones (1989-94) FREE THROWS MADE 522 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14 ) 359 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 355 Ashley Fann (2005-present) 354 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 338 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 334 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 295 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 281 Kim Segars (1985-89) 264 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 249 Carmen Thomas (1991-95) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min 200 attempted) .766 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14 ) .760 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) .757 Samiya Wright (2011-15) .735 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) .728 Mary Susan Austin (1981-83) .725 Janet Dykton (1981-86) .698 Nancy Archer (1980-84) .685 Ashley Fann (2005-09) .676 Janette Arrington (2001-03) .675 Tammy Jones (1989-94) .672 Meredith Smith (1997-01)

REBOUNDS 910 Schaquilla Nunn( 2012-15) 894 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 845 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 838 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 789 Kim Segars (1985-89) 781 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 718 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 714 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 695 Rosita Fields (1978-82) 658 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 640 Erica Williams (2013-present) ASSISTS 744 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 595 Shelia Bailey (1988-92) 435 Yvonne van Daalen (2005-09) 381 Michelle Hobson (1986-90) 369 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 339 Jennifer Castle (1994-98) 315 Janet Fredrick (1980-83) 309 Arin Kress (2002-05) 302 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 298 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) STEALS 299 Shelia Bailey (1988-92) 282 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 253 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 230 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 220 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 207 Kathy Weaver (1991-95) 191 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 182 Michelle Hobson (1986-90) 182 Shelly Hankins (2005-2010)

BLOCKED SHOTS 279 Schaquilla Nunn (2012-15) 170 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 165 Rosita Fields (1979-82) 114 Anne Hollensen (1998-02) 82 Ashley Haugtvedt (2005-09) 74 Fran Marshell (1984-86) 65 Erica Williams (2013-present) 63 Anne Hollensen (1998-02) 60 TaQuoia Hammick (2008-10) 50 Jessica Dukes (2003-06) PERSONAL FOULS 374 Kim Segers (1985-89) Tammy Jones held the Winthrop 347 Tammy Jones (1989-94) career blocked shots record for 22 344 Katherine Kitchin (1994-98) years until Schaquilla Nunn broke it in 2014. 341 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 339 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 335 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 330 Mary Susan Austin (1981-86) 324 Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14) 320 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 317 Stacy Milton (1993-97) TIMES DISQUALIFIED 23 Kim Segers (1985-89) 22 Katherine Kitchin (1994-98) 20 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 17 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 15 Mary Susan Austin (1981-86) 15 Stacy Milton (1993-97) 14 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 13 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) Charlotta Wennefors enjoyed an honor 12 Nancy Archer (1980-84) filled career as she was a two-time 11 Ashley Fann (2005-09)

All-Big South and All-Rookie Team selection, and was enshrined in the Winthrop Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014


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1) Dequesha McClanahan u Guard u Oak Ridge, TN u 2,277 YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA PCT. 2010-11 31-30 1038 125-391 .320 33-120 .275 2011-12 31-31 1073 230-646 .356 42-144 .292 2012-13 33-33 1196 237-592 .400 43- 127 .339 2013-14 33-33 1231 212-588 .361 29- 117 .248 Totals 128-127 4538 804-2217 .363 147- 508 .289

FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 103-149 .691 119 3.8 81-2 110 166 2 64 386 12.5 151- 205 .737 146 4.7 67-2 224 175 0 63 653 21.1 135-164 .823 178 5 .4 90-1 192 170 4 76 652 19.9 133-163 .816 215 6.5 86-3 218 150 1 79 586 17.8 522-681 .767 658 5.1 324-8 744 661 7 2 82 2277 17.8

1,000 Point Club

2) Kim Segars u Center u Lamar, SC u 1,699 YEAR GP-GS 1985-86 23-19 1986-87 25-25 1987-88 29-29 1988-89 28-28 Totals 105-101

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 543 70-162 .432 n/a 769 165-360 .458 n/a 861 249-443 .562 0-0 929 225-391 .575 0-0 3102 709-1356 .523 0-0

PCT. FTM-FTA n/a 42-62 n/a 49-89 .000 105-158 .000 85-114 .000 281-423

PCT. .677 .551 .665 .745 .664

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 156 6.8 91-8 9 54 3 14 182 7.9 186 7.4 89-5 18 71 12 17 379 15.2 233 8.1 106-5 17 74 6 23 603 20.8 214 7.6 88-5 21 97 9 32 535 19.1 789 7.5 374-23 65 296 30 86 1699 16.2

PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. n/a 90-122 .737 n/a 61-83 .760 n/a 69-106 .651 n/a 75-96 .781 n/a 295-407 .725

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 106 3.7 68-1 93 113 10 63 462 15.9 50 1.6 66-1 85 58 11 50 307 9.9 119 3.9 94-1 94 105 14 54 423 14.1 102 4.3 76-3 97 102 13 53 413 17.2 377 3.3 304-6 369 378 48 220 1605 14.1

3) Janet Dykton u Guard u Suitland, MD u 1,605 YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 1981-82 29-21 906 186-452 .411 n/a 1983-84 31-2 701 123-278 .442 n/a 1984-85 30-29 919 177-387 .457 n/a 1985-86 24-24 861 168-368 .457 n/a Totals 114-76 3387 654-1485 .440 n/a

4) Ashley Fann u Forward u Hazel Green, AL u 1,603 YEAR GP-GS 2005-06 29-24 2006-07 31-31 2007-08 32-32 2008-09 32-26 Totals 124-113

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 954 121-288 .420 42-116 976 136-324 .420 13-75 967 169-347 .487 13-47 955 159-350 .454 10-20 3852 585-1309 .447 77-258

PCT. FTM-FTA .362 78-118 .173 92-142 .277 88-124 .500 97-134 .299 355-518

PCT. .661 .648 .710 .724 .685

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 208 7.2 69-2 40 77 10 55 362 12.5 200 6.5 102-6 37 91 9 38 377 12.2 217 6.8 83-2 58 95 13 35 439 13.7 269 8.4 87-1 52 81 12 38 425 13.3 894 7.2 341-11 187 344 47 166 1603 12.9

PCT. .728 .650 .656 .682 .683

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 150 4.5 56-1 68 73 1 32 312 9.4 233 7.5 70-3 53 72 12 67 447 14.4 246 8.8 65-1 46 91 4 44 441 15.8 209 9.1 36-0 37 79 0 34 350 15.2 838 7.3 227-5 204 315 17 177 1550 13.5

5) Stephanie Morris u Forward u Columbia, SC u 1,550 YEAR GP-GS 1982-83 33-27 1983-84 31-31 1984-85 28-27 1985-86 23-23 Totals 115-108

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 907 118-243 .485 n/a 955 203-418 .485 n/a 885 190-410 .463 n/a 799 153-333 .459 n/a 3546 664-1404 .473 n/a

PCT. FTM-FTA n/a 75-103 n/a 41-63 n/a 61-93 n/a 45-66 n/a 222-325

6) Jennifer Churchill u Center u Milford, OH u 1,277 YEAR GP-GS 1995-96 28-23 1996-97 23-1 1997-98 27-15 1998-99 25-16 Totals 103-55

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 772 143-265 .540 1-5 481 107-188 .569 0-2 681 107-202 .530 0-2 629 112-192 .583 0-1 2563 469-847 .554 1-10

PCT. FTM-FTA .200 100-134 .000 87-115 .000 80-111 .000 71-100 .100 338-460

PCT. .746 .757 .721 .710 .735

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 210 7.5 55-1 31 60 2 26 387 13.8 167 7.3 22-0 16 47 1 13 301 13.1 162 6.0 40-0 23 47 6 19 294 10.9 175 7.0 41-0 24 48 3 22 295 12.5 714 6.9 158-1 94 202 12 80 1277 12.4

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7) Tammy Jones u Center u Irmo, SC u 1,276 YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 1989-90 28-12 469 32-76 .421 0-0 1990-91 27-26 892 137-289 .474 0-0 1991-92 29-29 902 173-304 .569 0-0 1993-94 27-27 886 164-314 .522 0-1 Totals 111-94 3149 506-983 .515 0-1

PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. .000 36-52 .692 115 4.1 66-4 2 34 29 10 100 3.5 .000 52-76 .684 247 9.1 100-6 15 66 34 16 326 12.1 .000 88-133 .662 263 9.1 95-6 17 63 55 20 434 15.0 .000 88-130 .677 220 8.1 86-4 8 68 52 15 416 15.4 .000 264-391 .675 845 7.6 347-20 42 231 170 61 1276 11.5

8) Erica Williams u Forward u Rex, GA u 1,273 YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 2013-14 33-33 1084 197-396 .497 1-3 2014-15 29-29 1044 200-460 .435 3-7 2015-16 18-18 675 122-308 .396 12-44 Totals 80-80 2803 519-1164 .446 16-54

PCT. .333 .429 .273 .296

FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 105-155 .677 257 7.8 73-0 69 107 25 39 500 15.2 74-119 .622 251 8.7 64-0 88 113 22 35 477 16.4 40-76 .526 132 7.3 34-0 47 75 18 31 296 16.4 219-350 .626 640 8.0 171-0 204 295 65 105 1273 15.9

9) Samiya Wright u Guard u Oswego, IL u 1,248 YEAR GP-GS 2011-12 31-25 2012-13 32-18 2013-14 32-32 2014-15 29-28 Totals 124-103

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 1116 140-354 .395 64-168 863 94-266 .353 36-118 1058 124-324 .383 44-137 894 86-242 .355 38-116 3931 444-1186 .374 182-539

PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. .381 66-83 .795 .305 42-57 .737 .321 43-57 .754 .328 27-38 .711 .338 178-235 .757

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 117 3.8 40-0 52 65 2 38 410 13.2 63 2.0 32-0 38 53 1 15 266 8.3 75 2.3 53-0 47 36 2 26 335 10.5 67 2.3 38-0 32 31 4 24 237 8.2 322 2.6 163-0 169 185 9 103 1248 10.1

10) Tiffany Rodd u Guard u Clinton, TN u 1,226 YEAR GP-GS 2005-06 25-17 2006-07 32-28 2007-08 32-32 2008-09 27-25 Totals 116-102

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 640 79-236 .335 51-149 951 114-337 .338 74-207 934 125-321 .389 73-195 760 96-277 .347 65-186 3285 414-1171 .353 263-737

PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. .342 29-44 .659 .357 42-53 .792 .374 36-46 .783 .349 28-35 .800 .357 135-178 .758

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 73 2.9 24-0 23 36 2 21 238 9.5 107 4.2 37-0 36 64 1 24 344 10.8 89 2.8 36-1 29 43 3 27 359 11.2 94 3.5 21-0 32 32 3 19 285 10.6 363 3.1 116-1 120 175 9 91 1226 10.6

11) Charlotta Wennefors u Guard u Bankeryd, Sweden u 1,220 YEAR GP-GS 1998-99 27-25 1999-00 28-28 2000-01 27-27 2001-02 27-23 Totals 109-103

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 661 59-166 .355 7-36 980 102-289 .353 29-90 1020 136-383 .355 34-124 818 81-252 .321 20-65 3479 378-1090 .348 90-315

PCT. FTM-FTA .194 63-92 .322 81-108 .274 132-157 .308 78-109 .286 354-466

PCT. .685 .750 .841 .716 .760

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 59 2.2 55-1 36 105 0 20 188 7.0 73 2.6 60-0 45 113 5 42 314 11.2 114 4.2 63-0 64 88 2 30 438 16.2 86 3.2 43-1 36 72 1 19 280 10.4 332 3.0 215-2 181 378 8 111 1220 11.2

PCT. .657 .644 .678 .720 .677

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 115 4.1 91-5 98 129 4 42 267 9.5 115 4.1 80-4 84 75 3 40 220 7.9 130 4.8 80-3 51 92 5 52 349 12.9 123 4.6 84-2 68 102 3 57 337 12.5 483 4.4 335-14 301 398 15 191 1173 10.7

12) Leigh-Ann Pursifull u Guard u Floyd, VA u 1,173 YEAR GP-GS 1995-96 28-21 1996-97 28-11 1997-98 27-21 1998-99 27-24 Totals 110-77

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 746 80-215 .372 13-46 623 71-190 .374 13-48 764 115-265 .434 22-56 798 108-265 .408 18-61 2931 374-935 .400 66-211

PCT. FTM-FTA .283 94-143 .271 65-101 .393 97-143 .295 103-143 .313 359-530

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13) Nancy Archer u Forward u Burtonville, MD u 1,147 YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 1980-81 27-22 n/a 95-235 .361 n/a n/a 49-75 .653 204 7.5 61-0 60 n/a 4 33 240 8.8 1981-82 29-22 673 82-199 .412 n/a n/a 61-96 .635 184 6.3 77-3 46 65 9 40 225 7.7 1982-83 30-30 915 96-244 .393 n/a n/a 68-102 .666 172 5.7 89-6 90 99 10 108 260 8.6 1983-84 31-31 1004 133-274 .485 n/a n/a 156-205 .760 221 7.1 93-3 106 82 2 72 422 13.6 Totals 117-105 2592 406-952 .426 n/a n/a 334-478 .699 781 6.7 320-12 302 246 25 253 1147 9.8

14) Holly Bland u Forward u Gaffney u 1,126 YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 1975-76 no stats available 1976-77 no stats available 1977-78 no stats available 4.6 14.5 1978-79 23-23 n/a 143-339 .421 n/a n/a 19-30 .633 64 3.6 45-2 25 42 9 43 305 13.2 Totals 1126

15) Carmen Thomas u Forward u Norfolk, VA u 1,081

YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA 12) Carmen Thomas u 90-242 Forward.372 u Norfolk, u 1,081 1991-92 29-21 804 0-0 VA .000 48-109 1992-93 27-13 808 122-266 .459 0-2 .000 70-124 1993-94 27-17 806 98-271 .362 0-2 .000 76-124 1994-95 25-6 664 106-257 .412 0-0 .000 55-107 Totals 108-57 3082 416-1063 .391 0-4 .000 249-464

PCT. .440 .565 .613 .514 .537

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 129 5.1 74-4 21 89 4 21 228 7.9 128 4.7 63-1 28 100 0 29 314 11.6 149 5.5 46-2 57 129 1 24 272 10.1 140 5.6 56-1 41 91 2 25 267 10.7 546 5.1 239-8 147 409 7 99 1081 10.0

PCT. .577 .720 .681 .646 .654

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 131 5.3 79-2 25 48 3 14 172 6.9 174 6.2 75-4 58 57 2 19 214 7.6 206 7.3 84-1 88 90 1 25 291 10.3 207 7.1 101-7 34 100 6 47 365 12.5 718 6.5 339-14 205 295 12 105 1042 9.5

PCT. .636 .739 .628 .382 .588

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 98 3.2 71-7 42 52 1 61 278 9.9 62 2.8 62-1 23 23 0 43 167 7.5 132 4.4 96-5 44 58 3 57 300 10.0 145 6.1 83-4 61 74 6 69 268 11.2 437 4.1 312 180 207 10 230 1013 9.6

PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. .000 28-49 .571 .000 68-92 .739 .000 60-89 .674 .250 51-79 .646 .250 207-309 .670

REB AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS AVG. 157 5.8 84-2 29 78 9 46 208 7.7 194 6.7 90-6 42 89 4 45 304 10.5 112 6.2 44-1 25 51 1 24 202 11.2 141 5.4 55-0 74 84 4 38 290 11.2 604 6.0 273 253 302 18 153 1004 10.4

16) Becki Barbary u Forward u Taylors, SC u 1,042 13) BeckiGP-GS BarbaryMIN u Forward u Taylors, SC uPCT. 1,042 YEAR FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA FTM-FTA 1986-87 25-21 1987-88 28-27 1988-89 28-28 1989-90 29-29 Totals 110-105

664 71-180 .394 763 89-184 .483 895 123-209 .424 969 140-307 .456 3291 423-880 .480

n/a 0-0 0-9 1-6 1-15

n/a 30-52 .000 36-50 .000 45-66 .166 84-130 .067 195-298

17) Debbie Easterling u Forward u Kingsport, TN u 1,013 14) Debbie Easterling u Forward u Kingsport, TN u 1,013 YEAR GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA 1982-83 30-20 1983-84 22-0 1984-85 30-20 1985-86 24-24 Totals 106-64

749 125-287 .435 455 75-195 .384 768 139-338 .411 753 128-289 .443 2725 467-1109 .421

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

n/a 28-44 n/a 17-23 n/a 22-35 n/a 13-34 n/a 80-136

18) Revonda Whitely u Forward u Las Vegas, NV u 1,004 YEAR GP-GS 1990-91 27-26 1991-92 29-28 1992-93 18-18 1993-94 26-21 Totals 100-93

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 3FGM-3FGA 801 90-247 .364 0-0 878 118-273 .432 0-0 511 71-179 .397 0-0 795 118-297 .397 3-12 2985 397-996 .399 3-12

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Individual Honors & Awards Big South Coach of the Year Robin Muller (1996) Marlene Stollings (2012)

Big South Player of the Year Dequesha McClanahan (2012, 2013, 2014) Big South Freshman of the Year Katherine Kitchin (1995) Ashley Fann (2006) Dequesha McClanahan (2011) Schaquilla Nunn (2013) Big South Defensive Player of the Year Schaquilla Nunn (2015) Big South Scholar Athlete of the Year Charlotta Wennefors (2002) Big South All-Academic Team Katherine Kitchin (1997) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1998) Mandy Britt (1999) Meredith Smith (2000, 2001) Charlotta Wennefors (2002) Stephanie Pannell (2003) Arin Kress (2004) Katie Kilcollin (2005) Iva Milevoj (2006) Ashley Fann (2007, 2008, 2009) Lacey Lyons (2010) Kaitlyn Rubino (2012) Dequesha McClanahan (2013, 2014) Schaquilla Nunn (2015) All-Freshmen/Rookie Team Katherine Kitchin (1995) Jennifer Churchill (1996) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1996) Meredith Smith (1998) Charlotta Wennefors (1999) Jessica Anger (2003) Arin Kress (2003) Gene’t Moore (2004) Ashley Fann (2006) Tiffany Rodd (2006) Dequesha McClanahan (2011) Schaquilla Nunn (2013) Aliyah Kilpatrick (2013) Erica Williams (2014) Arianne Whitaker (2016) All-Big South First Team Lori Taylor (1987) Kim Segars (1987, 1988, 1989)

Tammy Jones (1992) Charlotta Wennefors (2001) Iva Milevoj (2006) Ashley Fann (2008, 2009) Shanice Cole (2010) Dequesha McClanahan (2012, 2013, 2014) Schaquilla Nunn (2015) Erica Williams (2015) All-Big South Second Team Becky Barbary (1990) Tammy Jones (1991, 1994) Jennifer Churchill (1996, 1997, 1998) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1998, 1999) Charlotta Wennefors (2000)

Ashley Fann (2006) Diana Choibekova (2012, 2013) Erica Williams (2014) Big South All-Tournament Team Kim Segars (1988) Anne Cox (1996) Misty Mooring (1996) Jennifer Churchill (1996, 1997) Ashley Fann (2006, 2007) Dequesha McClanahan (2014) Erica Williams (2014) Big South Tournament MVP Anne Cox (1996) Dequesha McClanahan (2014) Big South Player of the Week Tammy Jones (Jan. 27, 1992) Jennifer Churchill (Feb. 24, 1997) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (Twice) Charlotta Wennefors (Jan. 15, 2001) Kia Bell (Dec. 2, 2002) Tiffany Rodd (Three Times) Ashley Fann (Twice) Shanice Cole (Mar. 2, 2010) Diana Choibekova (Two Times) Dequesha McClanahan (Five Times) Aliyah Kilpatrick (Nov. 26, 2014) Schaquilla Nunn (Twice) Erica Williams (Twice) Big South Freshman of the Week DeShonia Williams (Dec. 3, 1990) Kara Harkness (Jan. 21, 1991) Kathi Weaver (Dec. 2, 1991) Carmen Thomas (Feb. 17, 1992) Stephanie Finley (Twice) Katherine Kitchin (Twice) Jennifer Castle (Feb. 12, 1995) Anne Cox (Feb. 19, 1995)

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Jennifer Churchill (Four Times) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (Jan. 21, 1996) Meredith Smith (Twice) Charlotta Wennefors (Three Times) Arin Kress (Twice) Jessica Anger (Twice) Jordan Barnes (Dec. 1, 2003) Gene’t Moore (Twice) Amanda Behnke (Jan. 12, 2004) Tameika Brooks (Feb. 23, 2004) Ashley Fann (Five Times) Tiffany Rodd (Mar. 5, 2005) Jessica Fansler (Dec. 4, 2006) Dequesha McClanahan (Six times) Schaquilla Nunn (Four times) Aliyah Kilpatrick (Feb. 11, 2013) Erica Williams (Seven Times) CoSIDA Academic All-District Iva Milevoj (2005-06) I-AAA Athletic Directors Association Scholar-Athlete Team Iva Milevoj (2005-06) WBCA Academic National Top 25 Team Honor Roll 10th (1997-98) 11th (1998-99) East Carolina Holiday Tournament MVP Tiffany Rodd (2007) Florida Atlantic Thanksgiving All-Tournament Team Kathi Ryska (2006) Bahamas Sunsplash Shootout All-Tournament Team Kathi Ryska (2008) Hilton Garden Inn Winthrop Classic. Ashley Fann (2008) Tournament Champions East Carolina Thanksgiving Tournament (2007) Hardwood Tournament of Hope Dequesha McClanahan (2012) RMU Thanksgiving Classic Dequesha McClanahan (2013) College Sports Madness All-American (1st Team) Dequesha McClanahan (2014)


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Eagles Who Have Made The Pros

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Three-time Big South Conference Player of the Year Dequesha McClanahan,is the conference’s all-time scoring and assist leader with 2,277 points and 744 assists. She signed a contract to play professionally in Finland.

Iva Milevoj

Iva Milevoj was an All-Big South First Team selection and led the Big South in assists per game in 200506. Milevoj played professionally in Iceland and Croatia.

Charlotta Wennefors

Charlotte Wennefors is the only Lady Eagle to be named Big South Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year

Leigh-Ann Pursifull

Leigh-Ann Pursifull was a two-time All-Big South selection. Pursifull went on to play professionaly in Sweden for two years. In her second season with Brahe/JBC of the Damligan Elitserien, Pursifull made the South All-Star Team. She was inducted into the Winthrop Hall of Fame in 2012.

Yvonne van Daalen

Tiffany Rodd

Tiffany Rodd signed a contract to play with BSG Ludwigsburg of the Damen Bundesliga in Germany.

Was a three-year starter for the Lady Eagles and is Winthrop’s third all-time leader in assists. van Daalen is just the third Lady Eagle to play professionally and played for the Saarlouis Royals of the German National Basketball League


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All-Time Roster 1

Aliyah Kilpatrick (2012-16) Amari Grevious (2016-present)

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Jimecheia Banks (2014-16) Cat Wells (2013-14)

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Katie Kilcollin (2001-05) Ashley Carey (2002-06) Ashley Cox (2007-11) Christine Solmon (2012-13) Carson Trull (2013-14) Danyael Goodhope (2016-present)

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Jessica Fansler (2006-10) Schaquilla Nunn (2012-16)

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Paula Polyanski (82-83) Fran Marshall (84-86) Christy Snow (86-90) Amy Spann (90-91) Nicole Mamula (93-94) Carmen Thomas (91-95) Iva Milevoj (2004-05) Kathi Ryska (2006-10) Tiffany Charles (2010-14) Nuba Jackson (2014-present)

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Claire Phillips (69-70) Susan Moss (72-73) Pam Smith (75-77) Janet Frederick (80-81) Mary Susan Austin (81-82) Karen Kreutel (82-83) Amanda Scruggs (83-84) Stephanie Rainey (86-88) Angie Marshall (88-92) Lauren Boggs (92-94) Ashley Carey (02-05) Amy Drake (2006-07) Allison Lawrence (2009-11) Miquela Santoro (2016-present)

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Linda Massey (69-72) Patricia Rollings (76-77) Rhonda Harrill (77-78) Jan Rampey (78-80) Janet Dykton (81-85) Julie Krebs (82-83) Stephanie Rainey (86-88)

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Paula Monroe (69-71) Ann Long (72-73) Carol Avant (75-77) Tracy Burch (77-79) Candy Cage (81-85) Stephanie Rainey (86-87) Andrea Lucas (87-89) Heather Pawley (90-91) Wanda Wright (92-93) Crystal Greene (97-01) Tawander Whittington (2001-03) Diana Choibekova (2011-13) Noell Kellers (2016-present)

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Jeanie Beatson (69-71) Elizabeth Jackson (72-76) Tracy Aragon (2000-01) Gene’t Moore (2003-05) Yvonne van Daalen (2005-09) Lacey Lyons (2009-11)

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Lynette Crepeau (69-71) Becky Bowman (72-75) Sarah Dukes (78-79) Savonda Turner (80-81) Beth Brown (81-82) Pam Garrett (82-85) Lori Taylor (85-88) Shawndell Washington (88-89) Jill Hiles (89-91) Darmell Williams (94-95) Beth Richards (96-98) Nikki Read (98-99) Emilee Rangle (99-01) )Virag Kovacs (2001-03)

Ashley Porter (2012-13) Arianne Whitaker (2015-16)

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Barbara Jones (69-70) Linda Goyak (70-74) Iva Milevoj (2004-06) Kristine Rishel (2010-11) Naima Jackson (2014-present)

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Judy Murray (69-70) Betsy Griffith (72-74) Katie Kral (76-77) Amelia McCullough (77-78) Cassandra Barnes (79-81) Janet Frederick (81-83) Traci Tate (83-84) Ronda Cline (84-85) Cheri Foster (85-87) Tammy Jones (89-94) Heather Scarlett (94-95) Jessica Anger (2002-04) Taylor Calvert (2011-15) Marissa Cantrell (2016-present)

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Maggie Ward (69-71) Julia Barringer (72-76) Jodye Jennings (75-78) Nancy Floyd (79-81) Suzanne McHugh (81-84) Regina Caldwell (84-88) Sheila Bailey (88-92) Tina Fowler (92-93) Anne Cox (94-98) Amy Carawan (98-99) Karin Martin (99-01) Laura Herman (2001-02) Tara Hammond (2003-04) Katie Fitzgerald (2009-10) Brianna Boyd (2013-15)

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Bonnie Booth (69-70) Lisa Cothran (72-75) Sharon Dixon (77-78) Jennifer Stroman (82-83)

Merry Rogers (83-84) Becky Browning (86-87) Pam Sinclair (87-88) Stacy Gardner (88-89) Jennifer Castle (94-98) Charlotta Wennefors (98-02) Breeze Ross (2002-03) Tameika Brooks (2003-04) Cathi Kennings (2004-05) Amanda Leigh (2006-07) Tiffany Brown (2008-10) Dequesha McClanahan (2010-14)

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Linda Rikard (69-70) Kay Monroe (72-74) Debra Tolar (76-78) Beth Knell (78-80) Caryl Hardin (80-81) Karen Kreutel (81-82) Mary Susan Austin (82-86) Dorothy Davis (86-90) Deshonia Williams (90-93) Heather Scarlett (94-97) Ishirel Hilliard (98-01) Arin Kress (2002-05) Mary Hathaway (2009-12) Ronata Rogers (2013-present)

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Paula Rogers (69-72) Suzanne Lundy (72-74) Paula Kirkland (78-80) Pam Bryant (80-82) Stephanie Morris (82-86) Amy Mason (86-87) Jamie Walker (88-89) Lisa Robertson (90-91) Stephanie Finley (92-93) Stacey Milton (93-97) Chrissy Lewellen (97-00) Jennifer Nolan (2000-01) Anna Ulrey (2001-03) Jessica Dukes (2003-05) Franchesca Davenport (2007-09) Kaitlyn Rubino (2009-10) Samiya Wright (2010-15)


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Phyllis Cummings (74-77) Connie Welch (79-80) Patti Donaldson (81-82) Jodi Travis (82-83) Carol Budds (84-86) Becki Barbary (86-88) Kara Harkness (90-94) Misty Mooring (95-99) Kia Bell (99-03) Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) Dee Gray (2010-12) CiiCii Buford (2013-present)

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Julianne Stark (69-71) Connie Morrow (72-75) Teresa “Joby” Williams (75-79) Barbara Reynolds (79-81) Pam Moser (82-83) Darlene Ford (83-84) Michele Hobson (86-90) Kelly Scott (90-91) Kathi Weaver (91-95) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (95-96) Elizabeth Chamness (2004-05) Shanice Cole (2006-10) Pamela Decheva (2013-15) Uchechi Ufochukwu ()2016-present)

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Ann Simmons (72-74) Pamela Bostain (73-77) Lisa Hudson (78-79) Bonnie Reynolds (79-81) Debbie Easterling (82-86) Courtenay Shaw (87-88) Janette Arrington (2001-03) Jessica Dukes (2003-06) Zoe Vernon (2012-15)

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Patsy Morris (69-70) Vicki Wilson (72-73) Judy Kirkpatrick (75-77) Sharon Dixon (78-80) Jenni Heath (80-81) Sharon Lee (81-85) Denise Thomas (86-90) Tara Youngblood (88-89)

BELIEVE! Sandra Meadows (90-91) Carmen Thomas (91-94) Mandy Britt (95-99) Anna Ulrey (2001-02) Sarah Hoormann (2002-04) Roneisha Kinney (2004-05) Jolandra Crump (2002-06) Sarah Scott (2007-10) Kayla Atkins (2015-16)

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Pat Bailey (74-78) Holly Bland (78-79) Julie Vandiver (79-80) Nancy Archer (81-84) Alyce Fowler (87-89) Jodi Wingrove (89-90) Revonda Whitley (90-93) Christine Yon (96-97) Anne Hollensen (98-02) Jordan Barnes (2003-04) Shelly Hankins (2005-10) Erica Williams (2013-present)

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Jane Ashworth (75-77) Lisa Hudson (77-79) Becki Barbary (86-90) Julie Dowling (90-92) Ashanta Sellers (93-94) Tracy Mont (94-95) Robin Curley (2002-04) Franchesca Davenport (2005-07) zaria McBride (2016-present)

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Mary Page (72-73) Holly Bland (75-79) Meredith Smith (97-01) Jolandra Crump (2002-05)

40

Sue Baughman (72-75) Dinah Hamrick (73-77) Cindy Pryor (77-78) Rosita Fields (78-82) Nancy Archer (80-81) Valorie Jeter (83-84) Martha Lynn Foster (84-85) Kim Segars (85-89)

Mandy Sweetman (89-90) Felicia Young (92-93) Katherine Kitchin (94-98) Ann-Sofie Dreij (98-01) Amanda Behnke (2003-05) Ashley Fann (2005-09)

41

Jo Lundy (72-76) Penny Bostain (74-78) Sara Dukes (78-81) Emily Briggs (2003-05)

42

Cristi Bartlett (04-05) Ashley Haugtvedt (05-09) Kaitlyn Rubino (2010-12)

43

Roneisha Kinney (2004-06)

44

Beth Knell (78-79) Courtenay Shaw (87-89) Brooke McMinn (89-90) Kanesha Nix (92-95) Jennifer Castle (94-98) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (95-99) Kimberly Cairnes (99-01) Lisa Koop (2005-06) Chantel Johnson (2009-11) Ezinne Mbamalu (2014-16) Teylahna Green (2016-present)

45

Kristine Webb (2005-06) Jennifer Walker (2007-09)

50

Jennifer Churchill (95-99) TaQuoia Hammick (2008-12)

54

Stephanie Pannell (2001-03)

55

Brigid Sword (97-99) Vennece Fowlkes (2002-04) Chanel White (2009-10) Angela Coello Perez (2016-present)

No Number On Record

Lisa Cothran (70-71) Trish Howell (70-72) Kay Monroe (70-72) Janice Rogers (70-71) Judy Wilkins (70-72) Vicki Wilson (70-72) Laurie Arranta (71-72) Lucy Dials (71-72) Marilyn Elder (71-72) Evelyn Fant (71-72) Betsy Griffith (71-72) Jeanette Jones (71-72) Millie Keeter (71-72) Lynn Kobylinski (71-72) Ann Simmons (71-72) Suzanne Lundy (71-72) Connie Morrow (71-72) Susan Moss (71-72) Elaine Mozingo (71-72) Jane Oberle (71-72) Vickie Harrelson (73-74) Annie Long (73-74) Marilyn Parris (73-74) Lyn Sheffield (73-74) Paula Duncan (74-75) Missey Thomas (74-75) Bonnie Whelan (74-75) Robin Lowe (75-76) Teresa Moore (75-76) Deborah Fogle (75-76),


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Winthrop Basketball--Through The Years

Year 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16 TOTAL

Home 7-1 7-1 6-2 9-3 11-2 9-2 3-6 11-3 4-5 11-2 8-7 8-5 10-7 7-7 10-5 9-5 10-3 4-6 8-5 6-5 2-11 2-11 3-11 4-8 3-8 4-9 7-6 7-5 5-8 7-6 6-7 7-6 6-9 7-6 5-8 1-10 9-6 2-10 10-4 9-6 10-3 6-10 10-5 9-3 12-2 12-2 4-7 3 13-257 (.549)

Away 2-5 0-4 5-2 4-3 4-2 3-2 2-5 4-4 5-5 3-7 3-8 8-7 6-7 8-8 7-8 7-9 6-5 2-10 3-9 5-10 4-10 1-12 2-11 2-11 0-15 0-13 4-8 3-11 0-13 3-8 2-10 1-11 3-8 2-12 0-12 1-12 5-9 2-14 8-7 5-7 2-13 4-7 8-7 11-6 10-6 5-9 0-17 181-380 ( .323)

Neutral 0-0 1-2 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-4 3-1 3-1 2-3 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-2 0-2 0-1 1-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 2-1 1-0 0-2 0-4 0-0 2-2 2-1 2-3 1-2 3-1 0-1 1-3 2-1 0-2 0-2 4 9-61 (.445)

Overall 9-6 8-7 14-5 17-7 19-6 16-8 8-12 18-8 11-13 14 -9 11-16 17-12 16-14 15-15 17-14 16-14 16- 8 7-18 13-16 11-17 6-23 3-24 6-23 6-21 3-24 4-23 13-15 11-17 5-22 11-16 9-19 8-20 11-18 10-18 5-22 2-26 14-15 6-26 20-12 16-16 13-18 13-18 18-13 21-12 24- 9 17-13 4-26 552-734

Pct. .600 .533 .737 .708 .760 .667 .400 .692 .458 .609 .407 .586 .533 .500 .548 .533 .667 .280 .448 .393 .207 .111 .207 .223 .120 .148 .464 .393 .185 .407 .320 .286 .393 .357 .185 .071 .483 .188 .625 .500 .419 .419 .581 .636 .727 .567 .133 .429

Head Coach Mary Kancevitch Mary Kancevitch Mary Roland Griffin Mary Roland Griffin Mary Roland Griffin Bert Bobb Linda Warren Linda Warren Linda Warren Linda Warren Ann Ellerbe Ann Ellerbe Karen Brown Karen Brown Karen Brown Debbie Lancaster Wanda Briley Ann Ellerbe Copeland Ann Ellerbe Copeland Ann Ellerbe Copeland Germaine McAuley Germaine McAuley Germaine McAuley Germaine McAuley Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Cheryl Nix Cheryl Nix Cheryl Nix Cheryl Nix/Darrah Metz Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Marlene Stollings Kevin Cook Kevin Cook Kevin Cook Kevin Cook

Mary Roland Griffin Her .735 Win Percentage is best in school history

Bud Childers Is Winthrop’s winningest women’s head coach with 84 wins


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All-Time Record vs. Opponents SCHOOL Air Force Akron Alabama A&M American Anderson Appalachian State Armstrong State Auburn Augusta State Austin Peay Belmont Abbey Belmont Benedict Berry Bethune-Cookman Binghamton Birmingham-Southern Bowling Green Bradley Brown Bucknell Campbell Canisius Carson-Newman Catawba Central Florida Charleston Southern Charlotte Chicago State Claflin Clemson Cleveland State College of Charleston Coastal Carolina Coe Coker Colorado State Columbia Converse Cornell Covenant Dartmouth Dayton Davidson Delaware State Duke East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Elon Erskine Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Federal City Flagler Florida Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida Southern Florida State Fordham Francis Marion Furman Gardner-Webb

WON LOST PCT. 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 7 11 .388 6 12 .333 4 3 1.000 0 2 .000 4 7 .363 0 2 .000 3 5 .375 0 3 .000 4 1 .800 0 1 .000 1 3 .250 0 1 .000 3 9 .250 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 10 24 .294 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 2 1 .670 0 1 .000 47 31 .603 1 19 .050 0 2 .000 3 6 .333 1 14 .067 0 1 .000 3 26 .103 43 40 .538 1 0 1.000 11 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 6 1 .857 4 0 1.000 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 6 10 .375 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 1 5 .167 3 5 .375 1 0 1.000 8 8 .500 12 8 .600 0 1 .000 1 2 .333 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 0 2 .000 3 11 .214 17 15 .531 9 12 .429

SCHOOL WON LOST PCT. Gaulladet 1 0 1.000 Georgetown 0 2 .000 George Mason 1 3 .250 Georgia 1 3 .250 Georgia College 1 0 1.000 Georgia Southern 0 4 .000 Georgia State 1 5 .167 Georgia Tech 0 4 .000 Gonzaga 0 1 .000 Hampton Institute 1 0 1.000 High Point 20 26 .435 Indiana 0 1 .000 IPFW 1 1 .500 Jacksonville 2 1 .667 James Madison 2 1 .667 Johnson C. Smith 2 0 1.000 Kansas 1 0 1.000 Kennesaw State 0 1 .000 Kentucky 0 1 .000 Kings College 1 1 .500 Lander 8 5 .615 Liberty 10 49 .169 Limestone 6 3 .667 Livingstone 1 0 1.000 Long Island 1 0 1.000 Longwood 9 8 .529 Louisville 1 1 .500 Maine 1 0 1.000 Marist 0 1 .000 Mars Hill 10 2 .833 Marshall 0 2 .000 Maryland-Baltimore Co. 5 7 .417 Maryland-Eastern Shore 3 1 .750 Memphis 1 1 .500 Mercer 3 7 .300 Methodist 2 0 1.000 Mississippi State 2 0 1.000 Monmouth 1 0 1.000 Montana State 0 1 .000 Montevallo 1 0 1.000 Morris Brown 1 0 1.000 Morgan State 1 1 .500 Mount St. Mary’s 0 1 .000 Murray State 1 0 1.000 Navy 1 2 .333 Newberry 11 1 .917 New Orleans 1 0 1.000 Niagara 1 0 1.000 Norfolk State 2 0 1.000 Northeastern 0 1 .000 North Carolina 1 9 .100 North Carolina A&T 1 5 .167 North Carolina Central 7 0 1.000 North Carolina State 0 2 .000 North Florida 0 1 .000 North Greenville 0 1 .000 North Texas 1 0 1.000 Old Dominion 1 1 .500 Ohio 0 4 .000 Ohio State 0 2 .000 Oklahoma 0 1 .000 Oregon State 0 1 .000 Paine 1 1 .500 Palmer 1 0 1.000

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Peace 1 0 1.000 SCHOOL WON LOST PCT. Pfeiffer 1 0 1.000 Presbyterian College 20 5 .800 Radford 16 56 .222 Rice 0 1 .000 Richmond 0 2 .000 Sacred Heart 3 0 1.000 St. Andrews 1 0 .500 Saint Louis 1 1 .000 St. Augustine’s 1 0 1.000 Savannah State 1 0 1.000 Southern Illinois 1 0 1.000 South Carolina 13 11 .542 South Carolina State 6 13 .316 South Florida 0 2 .000 Southern Poly Tech 0 1 .000 Southern Virginia 2 0 1.000 Stetson 0 3 .000 Sullins 1 0 1.000 Tampa 1 0 1.000 Tennessee 2 2 .500 Tennessee State 2 1 .667 Tennessee Tech 0 4 .000 Towson State 1 6 .143 Troy 2 0 1.000 Tulane 0 2 .000 UNC Asheville 39 30 .565 UNC Greensboro 12 19 .387 UNC-Wilmington 1 2 .333 USC-Aiken 6 5 .545 USC-Spartanburg 10 5 .666 USC Upstate 2 0 1.000 UT-Chattanooga 0 1 .500 UT Martin 1 1 1.000 Utah Valley 1 0 1.000 Vanderbilt 0 1 .000 Virginia Tech 0 3 .000 Virginia Commonwealth 0 4 .000 Voorhees 2 0 1.000 Wake Forest 1 4 .200 West Connecticut 0 1 .000 West Georgia 3 2 .600 Western Carolina 11 29 275 Wichita State 0 3 .000 William and Mary 2 5 .271 Wingate 1 2 .000 Wofford 11 4 .733 Xavier 0 1 .000 Youngstown State 1 0 1.000 TOTAL RECORD 552 734 .429


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Year-By-Year Results 1969-70 W-9, L-6 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP J16 L 59 Anderson J17 W 58 Western Carolina J20 L 60 at King College J23 L 53 at Anderson J31 L 67 King College F3 W 72 at Coker F7 L 52 at Western Carolina F11 W 61 at Mars Hill F12 L 58 at UNC Greensboro F14 W 63 High Point F20 W 51 @ Catawba F21 W 37 @ East Tennesse State F21 W 44 @ Appalachian State M7 W 57 Sullins College @Winthrop Invitational

69 47 65 71 62 55 56 56 59 59 34 31 42 46

1970-71 W-8, L-7 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP J17 W 46 Western Carolina J23 L 32 at Western Carolina F2 W 45 Appalachian State F4 L 35 at UNC Greensboro F9 L 35 at Appalachian State F12 W 49 High Point F15 W 53 Mars Hill F19 L 37 @ South Carolina F20 W 58 @ Tennesse F20 W 62 @ Furman M11 W 52 UNC Greensboro M12 L 25 at High Point M24 L 49 # Indiana M25 W 63 # Louisville M26 W 55 # Kansas @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Regional Qualifying Tournament

37 49 36 40 49 41 45 51 31 49 47 53 66 42 36

1971-72 W-14, L-5 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP J18 W 46 South Carolina J22 L 40 Western Carolina J25 W 43 Coker J27 L 39 at Western Carolina F1 L 32 at Appalachian State F3 W 57 at UNC Greensboro F8 W 37 at Coker F10 W 46 Appalachian State F15 W 54 at Mars Hill F18 W 68 @ Furman F19 L 45 @ Western Carolina F19 W 55 @ South Carolina F26 W 51 West Georgia F29 W 58 at South Carolina W 45 # Coker W 51 # Furman W 52 # at South Carolina W 51 & Old Dominion L 46 & Tennessee Tech @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament &AIAW Tournament

27 54 33 41 54 45 26 45 47 39 69 36 45 32 26 39 36 47 47

1972-73 W-17, L-7 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP J11 W 52 at Furman J15 W 84 Palmer College J19 W 51 at West Georgia J20 W 50 at Flagler College J21 W 37 at Mississippi State J23 L 40 UNC Greensboro J24 L 48 at South Carolina J31 W 44 at Western Carolina F1 W 50 Coker F6 L 43 Western Carolina F9 L 43 at North Carolina F12 W 63 South Carolina F13 W 56 at Coker F16 W 58 @ UNC Greensboro F17 L 35 @ South Carolina F20 L 43 at UNC Greensboro F21 W 40 Anderson F26 W Mars Hill W 47 # Anderson W 55 # Coker W 72 # Baptist L 48 & Tennessee Tech W 65 & Eastern Kentucky W 74 & Murray State @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament &AIAW Tournament

43 21 24 37 36 51 62 42 40 51 51 49 37 53 49 48 38 49 46 41 59 49 57 47

1973-74 W-19, L-6 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP J11 L 44 Marshall 45 J14 W 59 at Coker 45 J16 W 66 Furman 42 J17 W 63 Appalachian State 51 J22 W 66 Western Carolina 45 J24 W 60 North Carolina 55 J28 L 31 at Anderson 62 J31 W 54 at Appalachian State 44 F4 W 56 at Mars Hill 38 F5 W 60 Coker 34 F7 W 42 Francis Marion 41 F9 L 38 at UNC Greensboro 55 F11 W 63 at Western Carolina 49 F13 W 47 South Carolina 40 F15 W 65 @ East Tennessee State 41 F16 L 45 @ Tennessee 60 F18 W 67 Anderson 48 F20 W 64 Catawba 34 F21 W 56 # Erskine 48 F22 W 62 # Baptist 49 F22 L 61 # Anderson 69 F26 W 50 at South Carolina 42 M5 W 68 & Elon 53 M9 W 55 & Tennessee 53 M10 L 44 & Tennessee Tech 55 @Winthrop Invitational #State Intercollegiate Tournament &AIAW Tournament

1974-75 W-16, L-8 (AIAW) D W/.L WC OPP J10 L 41 % Mercer 71 J11 L 68 % Anderson 83 J14 W 75 Furman 38 J15 L 79 Anderson 85 J21 W 86 Coastal 37 J23 W 64 UNC Greensboro 52 J23 W 54 UNC Greensboro 52 J28 L 68 at Western Carolina 77 J30 W 78 Claflin 54 J31 W 69 at Furman 36 F3 W 64 South Carolina State 62 F7 L 58 at North Carolina 74 F11 W 80 Coker 45 F13 W 93 @ Georgia 76 F14 L 70 @ UNC Greensboro 79 F17 W 87 Mars Hill 61 F17 W 79 at South Carolina 77 F24 W 70 Anderson 65 F27 W 67 # Erskine 31 F28 W 74 # Claflin 36 F28 L 53 # Anderson 68 M1 W 82 # South Carolina 57 M6 W 87 & Madison 65 M7 L 68 & Elon 77 %Brigade Tournament @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament &Regional Tournament

W 71 Madison J12 W 62 Benedict J14 L 78 at South Carolina J19 W 80 Columbia College J22 W 101 UNC Greensboro J27 W 88 at Davidson J29 L 74 at Clemson F2 W 80 Furman F5 L 54 at Col. of Charleston F9 W 62 Francis Marion F11 W 62 at Mars Hill F12 W 77 at Western Carolina F14 W 76 USC-Spartanburg F17 W 79 @ South Carolina F18 W 81 @ UNC-Greensboro F18 L 81 @ Anderson F19 L 73 @ College of Charleston F22 W 80 at Anderson F24 W 86 Coastal Carolina F25 L 89 South Carolina State M3 W 89 # USC-Aiken M4 L 83 # Clemson %Carolina Christmas Classic @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament

70 41 81 50 77 68 97 54 80 57 57 54 43 69 74 86 89 76 55 99 82 88

1977-78 W-11, L-13 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP J7 L 60 Berry College 83 J8 W` 64 Montevallo 57 J10 W 67 West Georgia 66 1975-76 W-8, L-12 (AIAW) J16 W 75 Baptist 49 D W/L WC OPP J19 W 74 Converse 58 J14 W 72 at Coker 51 J20 L 53 Benedict 57 J16 L 35 Federal City 53 J23 L 72 Francis Marion 74 J19 W 75 South Carolina 73 J25 L 61 Western Carolina 67 J21 W 62 Davidson 57 J27 W 60 South Carolina 58 J24 L 47 North Carolina 54 J30 L 56 Columbia College 62 J26 L 50 at Appalachian State 68 F1 L 67 Clemson 81 J28 L 64 at Western Carolina 71 F4 W 95 Coastal Carolina 56 F3 W 82 Clemson 70 F6 W 91 Mars Hill 75 F6 L 64 at Coll. of Charleston 79 F10 L 62 @ Longwood 64 F10 L 51 at Francis Marion 6F5 F11 L 63 @ Anderson 67 F13 L 54 Appalachian State 64 F13 L 62 South Carolina State 84 F14 L 58 Georgia 69 F15 W 85 Furman 49 F17 L 64 North Greenville 67 F17 W 69 UNC Greensboro 64 F19 W 75 at UNC Greensboro 69 F20 L 73 College of Charleston 75 F23 L 54 South Carolina State 70 F23 L 54 # College of Charleston 74 F25 L 53 Anderson 85 F24 L 72 # Erskine 75 M4 L 66 # South Carolina 74 M1 W 75 & Erskine 57 M5 W 79 # Spartanburg Methodist 44 M3 L 64 & Francis Marion 85 M6 W 72 # Francis Marion 63 M4 W 94 & USC-Aiken 69 M6 W 83 # Benedict 68 @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament #State Tournament &AIAW Regional Qualifying Tournament 1976-77 W-18, L-8 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP 1978-79 W-14, L-9 (AIAW) D21 L 67 % North Carolina 71 D W/L WC OPP D22 W 84 % Pfeiffer 77 D9 W 64 at Baptist 42 D23 W 69 % Western Carolina 66 D11 W 80 Presbyterian 44 W 91 South Carolina 54 J12 W 69 at Coastal 50


2016-17 Women’s Basketball J13 L 73 at College of Charleston J15 W 105 Converse J18 W 74 Lander J20 W 73 at USC-Aiken J22 W 71 Davidson J24 L 82 at Mars Hill (OT) J27 W 102 UNC Greensboro J29 W 66 Benedict F1 L 68 at Clemson F3 L 72 Claflin (OT) F8 W 71 @ Florida State F9 W 68 @ Anderson F10 L 63 @ East Carolina F15 W 98 Sacred Heart F16 L 56 at USC-Spartanburg F19 L 66 at Western Carolina F21 L 42 at South Carolina F24 W 80 Columbia F26 W 66 & Columbia F28 L 65 & Erskine @Winthrop Invitational &AIAW Regional Qualifying Tournament

BELIEVE! 91 J9 W 67 at Furman 61 J10 L 52 at Armstrong State 71 J12 W 82 at Baptist College 70 J13 L 58 at College of Charleston 43 J15 W 73 at USC-Spartanburg 85 J17 L 70 USC-Aiken 58 J19 W 68 at Voorhees 50 J22 W 74 Presbyterian 84 J24 W 87 at Coastal Carolina 78 J26 W 80 at Wofford 63 J29 L 72 Wingate 56 F3 L 62 Francis Marion 76 F5 L 52 @ UNC Charlotte 23 F7 W 81 @ Pembroke State 78 F9 W 71 at Presbyterian 83 F12 W 136 Sacred Heart 81 F14 W 79 Newberry 71 F16 W 89 Voorhees 49 F17 W 79 at Francis Marion 84 F19 W 90 Erskine L 77 # at Claflin %East Tennesse State Tournament @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament

1979-80 W-11, L-16 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP N27 L 47 at UNC Charlotte 60 N29 W 96 Anderson 86 D1 W 75 at Lander 72 D3 W 87 Baptist 39 D7 W 86 Coastal Carolina (OT) 84 D8 L 70 Armstrong Stage 78 D10 L 56 at Francis Marion 96 J10 L 39 at Erskine 57 J12 L 72 Francis Marion 74 J14 W 78 at USC-Spartanburg 54 J17 W 83 Wofford 31 J24 W 82 Gardner-Webb 60 J26 W 67 at Coastal Carolina 66 J28 L 63 USC-Aiken 70 F1 L 54 % Virginia Tech 60 F2 L 80 % Georgetown 91 F7 W 51 @ Longwood 48 F8 L 61 @ Francis Marion 75 F9 L 71 @ Western Carolina 79 F12 L 56 at Anderson 60 F14 W 69 USC-Spartanburg 49 F16 L 62 at College of Charleston 81 F20 L 56 at USC-Akien 71 F21 L 61 Erskine 66 F23 L 62 South Carolina State 98 W 76 & Coastal Carolina 59 L 33 & South Carolina State 56 %Virginia Tech Invitational @Winthrop Invitational &SCAIAW Tournament 1980-81 W-17, L-12 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP N24 W 120 at Sacred Heart 27 D1 L 57 Lander 77 D4 L 79 at Wingate 84 D6 L 61 at USC-Aiken 79 D13 W 81 Armstrong State 51 D15 W 76 Coastal Carolina 46 D19 L 53 % East Tennessee State 75 D20 W 74 % Carson-Newman 64

54 70 80 88 69 86 57 52 41 56 84 65 69 65 68 35 60 53 58 60 90

1981-82 W-16, L-14 (AIAW) D W/L WC OPP N16 L 68 Lander 79 N23 W 70 at Belmont Abbey 69 N30 W 88 Armstrong 74 D3 W 71 Baptist 67 D5 W 82 USC-Aiken 75 D8 L 65 USC-Spartanburg 68 D10 W 90 Columbia College 73 D12 L 68 Coastal Carolina D75 D17 W 69 at Armstrong State 59 D19 L 79 at Wake Forest (OT) 81 J11 W 63 at Baptist 58 J12 L 59 at College of Charleston 85 J16 L 57 at USC-Aiken 62 J18 L 76 Francis Marion 84 J21 W 83 at Presbyterian 53 J23 W 64 at Coastal Carolina 49 J28 L 83 Lander 87 J30 W 80 Wofford 46 F2 L 61 at Francis Marion 89 F4 W 84 Erskine 73 F8 W 67 Presbyterian 59 F11 W 71 @ Covenant 38 F12 L 72 @ College of Charleston 91 F13 L 75 @ Cambpell 81 F15 W 81 Furman 77 F18 W 75 at Erskine 73 F20 L 67 Belmont Abbey 78 F25 L 63 at Newberry 64 W 67 USC-Spartanburg 57 L 76 Claflin 84 @Winthrop Invitational 1982-83 W-16, L-14 (NAIA) D W/L WC N16 W 62 Lander N26 W 74 % Hampton Institute N27 W 61 % Morgan State

OPP 42 53 58

N30 L 67 at Belmont Abbey 82 D9 L 60 Coastal Carolina 67 D11 L 53 at College of Charleston 58 D13 L 66 Georgia Southern (OT) 69 D18 L 54 at Clemson 74 J5 L 62 at USC-Spartanburg 66 J8 W 57 at Baptist 51 J10 W 65 at Furman 63 J12 W 67 Wake Forest (OT) 65 J13 W 65 at Lander 57 J17 W 65 High Point 56 J22 L 57 at Coastal Carolina 62 J27 W 88 Baptist 47 J29 W 85 at Limestone 72 F1 L 67 Belmont Abbey 72 F3 W 86 at Erskine (OT) 80 F5 W 83 Newberry 56 F7 L 67 at East Tennessee State 89 F9 L 69 Limestone 74 F10 W 67 @ Gardner-Webb 53 F11 L 70 @ College of Charleston 72 F12 W 72 @ UNC Charlotte (OT) 66 F12 L 61 @ Georgia Southern 82 F17 L 63 Erskine 64 F21 W 76 USC-Spartanburg 62 F26 W 72 Newberry 51 L 81 Claflin 108 % Morgan State Tournament 1983-84 W-17, L-14 (NAIA) D W/L WC OPP N21 L 62 $ Limestone (OT) 60 N25 L 82 %$ at Delaware State 70 N26 L 72 %$ at Morgan State 89 N28 W 78 $ Belmont Abbey 46 D5 W 87 $ at High Point 72 D12 W 85 $ at Erskine 61 D15 W 88 Lander 54 J7 L 56 College of Charleston 60 J9 W 88 at Coastal Carolina 67 J12 W 90 at Lander 76 J14 W 71 Furman 51 J16 W 90 Baptist 60 J19 W 70 at Presbyterian 53 J20 W 94 Coastal Carolina 67 J23 W 104 at Baptist 55 J25 W 70 USC-Spartanburg 63 J30 L 65 at College of Charleston 85 F2 L 87 Erskine (OT) 89 F4 W 99 at Newberry 64 F9 W 84 @ Limestone 63 F10 W 80 @ Furman 75 F11 L 68 @ Francis Marion 74 F13 L 80 at Claflin 84 F14 W 77 Presbyterian 67 F16 L 72 at Wake Forest 78 F18 L 69 at Belmont Abbey 71 F20 W 74 USC-Spartanburg 60 F22 W 80 at Limestone 50 F24 W 105 Newberry 67 F25 W 86 Claflin 82 M2 L 79 # at Erskine 95 $Forfeit due to use of an ineligible player %Morgan State Invitational @Winthrop Invitational Tournament #NAIA District 6 Play-offs

1984-85 W-16, L-14 (NAIA) D W/L WC OPP D3 L 81 at USC-Spartanburg 89 D6 W 79 Mars Hill 66 D13 W 81 Lander 68 D14 L 90 Mercer 103 J5 W 81 at Furman 78 J7 W 76 at Tampa 72 J9 L 58 at Florida Southern 79 J11 L 67 Armstrong State 78 J15 W 68 Limestone 62 J16 W 74 Coastal Carolina 54 J19 L 62 at Radford 79 J21 W 74 UNC Charlotte 61 J23 W 76 Erskine 66 J24 W 74 at Newberry 73 J26 W 67 Belmont Abbey 52 J28 L 61 College of Charleston 69 J31 L 67 at Mars Hill 77 F2 L 68 at Claflin 79 F4 L 57 at Radford 76 F7 W 71 @ Limestone 69 F8 L 59 @ College of Charleston 73 F9 L 56 @ UNC Asheville 58 F12 W 63 at Belmont Abbey 52 F24 L 60 at Coastal Carolina 64 F16 L 63 at Limestone 72 F19 W 98 at Columbia College 83 F20 W 72 at Lander 61 F21 W 73 USC-Spartanburg 61 F23 W 80 at Erskine 68 F26 L 80 # at College of Charleston 87 @Winthrop Invitational #NAIA District 6 Playoffs 1985-86 W-16, L-8 (NAIA) D W/L WC OPP N22 L 52 at USC-Spartanburg 66 N26 W 74 at Columbia College 70 N30 L 64 West Georgia 82 D5 W 79 Erskine 46 D7 W 64 Paine College 61 D14 L 66 at UNC Charlotte 87 J8 L 71 at Baptist College 82 J10 W 74 at Coastal Carolina 52 J13 W 79 Liberty University 62 J16 W 82 at Erskine 65 J18 L 64 at Radford 85 J20 W 82 at UNC Asheville 66 J23 W 84 Benedict 68 J27 W 96 Baptist College 67 J30 W 81 at Campbell 68 F1 W 70 at Appalachian State 68 F6 W 73 @ Georgia College 62 F8 W 67 @ Campbell 64 F13 L 52 at South Carolina State 75 F15 L 73 Appalachian State 85 F17 W 72 Armstrong State 52 F20 W 70 UNC Asheville 55 F22 W 69 Mars Hill 63 M1 L 72 UNC Charlotte 78 @Winthrop Invitational


2016-17 Women’s Basketball 1988-89 W-11, L-17 (NCAA) 1986-87 W-7, L-18 (NCAA) Big South W-6, L-6 Big South W-5, L-8 OPP D W/L WC OPP D W/L WC 83 N29 L 54 at Navy 69 N25 L 61 % at Georgia Tech 79 N30 W 75 at Maryland E.S. 73 N26 L 65 % Fordham 71 D3 L 55 South Carolina State 62 N29 W 81 Furman at Methodist 45 D6 L 76 * at UNC Asheville 79 D1 W 69 43 D9 L 45 at Duke 80 D3 W 84 Liberty 43 J2 L 58 % West Connecticut 63 D5 W 65 Maryland-E.S. at Central Florida 75 J3 W 74 % Coe College 63 D17 L 68 at South Florida 88 J6 L 72 at Paine 82 D19 L 47 61 J10 L 51 UNC Charlotte 63 J4 W 78 * Baptist L 81 * Coastal Carolina (OT) 90 J15 L 80 * at Baptist College 91 J7 at East Tennessee State 86 J17 W 66 * at Coastal Carolina 49 J10 L 66 at Liberty 76 J19 W 75 * UNC Asheville 54 J13 L 73 76 J21 L 66 * Campbell 93 J14 L 57 * at Radford at Furman 81 J28 L 44 * at Radford 67 J18 L 58 Western Carolina 79 J31 L 36 at Georgia Southern 81 J21 L 65 59 F2 L 67 * at Augusta College 78 J23 W 74 * at UNC Asheville 59 F5 L 47 at UNC Charlotte 78 J26 W 75 * at Baptist 56 F10 L 58 * at Campbell 74 J28 L 53 * at Campbell at UNC Greensboro 87 F13 W 68 * Coastal Carolina 51 J30 L 65 57 F17 W 54 * Augusta College 53 F2 W 64 * at Coastal Carolina at Western Carolina 72 F19 L 59 * Radford 75 F6 L 67 82 F23 L 52 Western Carolina 62 F8 L 47 * Radford 74 F25 W 66 * Baptist 56 F11 L 65 * Augusta Wofford (OT) 64 F28 L 55 Appalachian State 86 F13 W 72 (2OT) 76 M5 L 56 # UNC Asheville 69 F15 L 74 * at Campbell F18 W 60 * at Augusta 47 *Big South Conference Game F20 W 69 * UNC Asheville 59 %Tangerine Tournament F23 L 65 # Coastal Carolina 73 #Big South Tournament % Georgia Tech Tournament *Big South Conference Game 1987-88 W-13, L-16 (NCAA) #Big South Tournament Big South W-5, L-7 D W/L WC OPP N27 L 64 % at William and Mary 80 1989-90 W-6, L-23 (NCAA) N28 W 80 % at Maryland E.S. 63 Big South W-4, L-8 OPP D1 L 55 Furman 68 D W/L WC 76 D3 W 65 at Western Carolina 63 N24 L 61 % Georgia State 77 D5 W 80 Presbyterian 61 N25 L 64 % UT-Chattanooga College of Charleston 87 D7 L 67 at South Carolina St. 87 N30 L 75 at Furman 72 D18 L 87 & at Furman 91 D2 W 79 at Western Carolina 86 D19 L 57 & at Western Carolina 68 D4 L 60 Georgia State 63 J5 W 64 Erskine 53 D14 L 60 at Eastern Carolina 105 J7 W 71 * Augusta 63 D16 L 61 at UNC Charlotte 74 J9 L 56 * Campbell 76 D19 L 58 L 62 East Tennessee State 86 J11 W 73 * Coastal Carolina 48 J8 59 J13 L 54 Western Carolina 64 J10 W 77 * Baptist Western Carolina 76 J16 L 68 * Radford 85 J13 L 59 76 J21 L 73 * at Baptist 75 J15 L 50 * at Augusta at Wofford 62 J25 W 73 * UNC Asheville 61 J18 L 55 74 J27 W 77 East Tennessee 63 J24 L 65 * at Campbell 67 J30 L 63 Appalachian State 82 J27 W 71 * Coastal Carolina 71 F2 L 62 * at Campbell 78 J29 L 54 * at Radford South Florida 70 F4 W 67 * at Coastal Carolina 65 F1 L 65 69 F8 W 69 at Wofford 51 F3 L 68 * UNC Asheville 63 F13 L 43 * at Augusta 68 F6 L 55 * at Coastal Carolina 72 F15 L 58 * at Radford 87 F12 L 57 Furman 76 F18 W 68 * Baptist 64 F14 L 51 * Radford UNC Greensboro 73 F20 W 92 Methodist 49 F17 L 63 74 F22 L 62 * at UNC Asheville 67 F20 W 83 * at UNC Asheville 72 F24 L 51 at Appalachian St. 104 F24 L 71 * Campbell 65 F27 W 77 # UNC Asheville 62 F26 L 59 * Augusta at College of Charleston 78 F28 L 63 # Radford 86 M3 L 61 M5 W 76 * at Baptist 60 % William & Mary Tournament M8 W 75 # UNC Asheville 60 & Furman Tournament M9 L 46 # Radford 68 *Big South Conference Game *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament %Georgia State Tournament

BELIEVE! #Big South Tournament 1990-91 W-3, L-24 Big South W-2, L-10 D W/L WC OPP N27 L 48 at South Carolina State 66 N29 L 58 College of Charleston 65 D4 L 71 Western Carolina 83 D17 L 71 Furman 90 D30 L 47 at Georgia Tech 124 J2 L 38 UNC Charlotte 86 J5 L 57 * Campbell 82 J9 W 79 * Charleston Southern 54 J12 L 57 at Western Carolina 76 J15 L 69 * Augusta 74 J19 L 79 at UNC Greensboro 95 J22 L 52 * Coastal Carolina 74 J24 L 53 East Carolina 84 J28 L 47 * Radford 83 J30 L 47 at Furman 98 F2 L 66 * UNC Asheville 81 F5 L 59 * at Coastal Carolina 86 F9 L 56 * Campbell 71 F11 L 46 at North Carolina A&T 79 F13 L 48 * at Radford 77 F16 W 69 Wofford 65 F19 L 63 * UNC Asheville 79 F23 L 65 Liberty 66 F26 L 54 * at Augusta 70 M1 W 71 * Charleston Southern 56 M2 L 58 College of Charleston 69 M7 L 61 # Augusta 7M1 *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1991-92 W-6, L-23 (NCAA) Big South W-3, L-9 D W/L WC OPP N23 W 74 at Western Carolina 63 N26 L 59 South Carolina State 68 N30 L 62 at East Carolina 94 D5 L 61 Wake Forest 72 D19 L 57 at UNC Charlotte 80 J6 L 59 Furman 79 J8 L 57 American 69 J11 L 66 * Campbell 72 J13 W 71 * at Coastal Carolina 57 J15 L 55 North Carolina A&T 63 J28 W 69 * Charleston Southern 66 J20 L 60 Georgia State 83 J25 L 77 * at Liberty 78 J27 L 55 Va. Commonwealth 79 J30 L 58 North Carolina 116 F1 L 60 * at Charleston Southern 64 F8 L 53 at Georgia 85 F11 L 61 * at Campbell 68 F14 W 83 * Coastal Carolina 73 F17 L 77 * UNC Asheville 79 F19 L 61 at Georgia State 91 F22 L 72 at Furman 81 F24 L 63 * at Radford 80 F29 L 81 * UNC Greensboro 84 M2 L 70 * Radford 80 M4 W 85 Queens 69 M7 L 69 * at UNC Asheville 82 M1 2W 66 # UNC Asheville 59 M13 L 69 # Radford 97 *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament

1992-93 W-6, L-21 (NCAA) Big South W-5, L-11 D W/L WU OPP D2 W 71 Western Carolina 65 D4 L 60 % Marshall 76 D5 L 61 % East Tennessee State 66 D21 L 59 East Carolina 86 J4 L 64 at Queens 74 J7 L 58 at Georgia 108 J9 L 50 * Towson State 67 J11 W 62 * UMBC 57 J14 L 51 * at Liberty 82 J16 W 72 * UNC Asheville 64 J20 L 50 * at Charleston Southern 58 J23 L 62 at Davidson 64 J25 L 63 * at Radford 84 J27 L 43 UNC Charlotte 90 J30 W 87 * at Towson State 68 F1 L 46 * at UMBC 78 F4 W 67 * at UNC Asheville 51 F8 L 59 * Liberty 62 F10 L 58 Furman 74 F13 L 62 * at Coastal Carolina 82 F15 L 46 * Campbell 58 F17 L 48 at UNC Greensboro 88 F19 L 74 * Radford 81 F22 L 43 * at Campbell 75 F24 L 72 * Coastal Carolina 83 M1 W 87 * Charelston Southern 67 M11 L 57 # Charleston Southern 61 *Big South Conference Game % Marshall Invitational #Big South Tournament 1993-94 W-3, L-24 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH W-2, L-16 D W/L WU OPP N27 L 40 at George Mason 104 D1 L 72 Davidson 76 D17 L 52 * at Towson State 57 D18 L 45 * at UMBC 60 D20 L 56 at American 79 J2 L 39 at UNC Charlotte 81 J4 L 52 at Furman 65 J7 L 49 * Campbell 59 J8 L 58 * UNC Greensboro 68 J14 L 53 * Charleston Southern 58 J15 L 57 * Coastal Carolina 61 J18 L 34 at Clemson 83 J21 L 49 * at Liberty 58 J22 L 51 * at Radford 74 J26 W 85 Newberry 46 J29 W 70 * UNC Asheville 69 F1 L 34 at North Carolina 85 F4 L 51 * Towson State 74 F5 L 45 * UMBC 48 F11 L 49 * at Campbell 75 F12 L 67 * at UNC Greensboro 84 F18 L 56 * at Charleston Southern 59 F19 L 73 * at Coastal Carolina 76 F22 L 67 * Radford 88 F25 L 61 * Liberty 67 M2 L 67 * at UNC Asheville 74 M9 L 51 # vs. Coastal Carolina 67


2016-17 Women’s Basketball *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1994-95 W-4, L-23 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH W-3, L-13 D W/L WU OPP N28 W 88 Limestone 47 N30 L 62 at Davidson 75 D3 L 41 at Old Dominion 78 D6 L 45 at Virginia Tech 75 D20 L 59 Appalachian State 97 D28 L 66 Marist 70 D30 L 71 * at Coastal Carolina 84 J3 L 69 Furman 97 J7 W 67 * Coastal Carolina 61 J9 L 62 * at Charleston Southern 71 J11 L 51 * Radford 84 J16 L 76 * at UNC Greensboro 83 J21 L 72 * at UNC Asheville 81 J25 L 68 at Western Carolina 96 J27 L 53 * at Towson StateJ29 63 J29 L 63 * at UMBC 74 F1 L 58 * at Radford 92 F4 L 57 * Charleston Southern 70 F8 L 60 * UNC Greensboro 68 F11 L 52 * at Liberty 70 F15 L 52 North Carolina A&T 63 F18 L 66 * UNC Asheville 68 F22 W 77 * Liberty (OT) 71 F24 L 72 * Towson State (OT) 80 F26 W 66 * UMBC 59 M1 L 70 at East Carolina 89 M8 L 50 # Charleston Southern 69 *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1995-96 W 13 L 15 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-7 (5th) D W/L WU OPP N28 L 71 Richmond 80 D2 L 59 at North Carolina A&T 62 D4 L 53 at Appalachian State 89 D16 L 39 at Vanderbilt 90 D31 L 63 East Carolina 76 J3 W 62 @ at UNC Wilmington 56 J4 L 72 @ vs. Canisius 95 J6 L 54 * UMBC 70 J9 L 55 William and Mary 72 J11 W 89 * Chas. Southern 62 J13 L 66 * at Radford 83 J20 L 57 * at UNC Greensboro 96 J24 W 77 * at UNC Asheville 66 J25 W 75 Wofford 65 J27 W 62 * at Liberty 61 J29 W 63 * at Charleston Southern 62 F3 L 60 * at Coastal Carolina 70 F7 W 75 Western Carolina (OT) 69 F10 L 93 * Radford 95 F12 L 51 * at UMBC 61 F16 L 85 * UNC Greensboro (OT) 86 F21 W 70 * UNC Asheville 66 F24 W 55 * Liberty 46 F27 W 58 * Coastal Carolina 53 F29 W 87 Wofford 62 M7 W 81 # vs. Coastal Carolina 71 M8 W 72 # vs. UNC Greensboro 69 M9 L 83 # vs. Radford (OT) 85 * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament

BELIEVE! 1996-97 W 11 L 17 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-7 (5th) D W/L WU OPP N23 L 52 at Richmond 73 N26 L 44 UNC Charlotte 74 N30 L 56 at Western Carolina 65 D14 L 64 ^ vs. Northeastern 78 D16 L 64 ^ at Stetson 71 D22 L 58 at William & Mary 62 D30 L 79 Davidson 93 J6 W 78 St. Andrews 40 J9 L 69 * at Charleston Southern 72 J11 L 90 * at Radford 110 J14 L 61 Mercer 73 J18 W 74 * UNC Greensboro 68 J20 L 64 * UNC Asheville 82 J22 W 68 at Wofford 67 J25 L 49 * at Liberty 75 J27 W 74 * Charleston Southern 60 J29 W 55 * at UMBC 49 F1 L 78 * at Coastal Carolina 83 F5 L 55 at South Carolina 90 F8 L 72 * Radford 75 F10 W 60 * UMBC 33 F12 W 69 * at UNC Asheville 63 F15 L 65 * at UNC Greensboro 90 F17 W 80 Wofford 60 F19 W 70 * Coastal Carolina 53 F22 W 71 * Liberty 66 F27 W 70 # vs. UNC Asheville 60 F28 L 50 # vs. Liberty 63 * Big South Conference Game ^ Stetson Classic # Big South Tournament 1997-98 W 5 L 22 (NCAA) Big South 2-10 (7th) D W/L WU OPP N17 W 92 Southern Wesleyan 41 N22 L 59 at College Of Charleston 78 N26 L 51 at William & Mary 77 N29 L 64 at Ohio 80 D1 L 73 at Cleveland State 76 D3 L 71 Western Carolina 73 D6 L 54 Stetson 61 D18 L 57 at Mercer 70 D30 L 44 at Clemson 89 J6 L 58 at Elon 67 J8 L 71 Belmont 79 J10 W 67 * Coastal Carolina 56 J15 L 77 * UNC Asheville (OT) 79 J17 L 73 * at Liberty 83 J22 L 58 * Radford 61 J24 L 57 * UMBC 62 J27 W 78 Bethune-Cookman 48 J29 L 57 * at Charleston Southern 58 F4 L 79 Furman 83 F7 L 72 * Liberty (OT) 77 F9 L 63 * at Radford 87 F11 L 72 * Charleston Sou. (OT) 78 F13 W 71 Elon 47 F16 W 55 * UMBC 52 F19 L 54 * Coastal Carolina 56 F22 L 61 * UNC Asheville (OT) 64 F26 L 72 # vs. Radford 77 * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament

1998-99 W 11 L 16 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 4-6 (5th) D W/L WU OPP N13 L 49 William & Mary 61 N16 W 76 USC Spartanburg 57 N21 W 71 South Carolina State 65 N24 L 66 College of Charleston 81 N30 L 54 Clemson 65 D2 L 59 at Bethune-Cookman 63 D8 W 57 at UNC Wilmington 50 D16 L 61 Dartmouth 75 D21 L 43 ^ vs. Fairfield 81 D22 W 68 ^ vs. Long Island 53 J2 L 52 at Belmont 66 J4 L 53 at Tennessee State 66 J9 L 68 * at Radford 81 J11 L 49 * at Liberty 64 J16 L 62 * at High Point 70 J20 W 61 Elon 49 J23 L 63 * at Charleston Southern 73 J27 L 50 * Coastal Carolina 65 J30 W 67 * at UNC Asheville 64 F1 L 55 * Liberty 84 F4 W 71 at Elon 58 F6 W 73 High Point 65 F10 L 62 * at Coastal Carolina 78 F12 W 66 * Charleston Southern 58 F17 W 78 * Radford 53 F20 W 82 * UNC Asheville 46 F25 L 61 # vs. Charleston Southern 72 * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament 1999-2000 W 9 L 19 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 4-6 (5th) D W/L WU OPP N19 L 45 UNC Wilmington 76 N21 W 56 Jacksonville 49 N23 L 45 Lander 48 N30 L 54 Catawba College 60 D3 W 71 ^ vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 62 D4 L 53 ^ vs. Bethune-Cookman 66 D17 L 41 at Clemson 64 D20 L 51 at Western Carolina 72 D28 L 55 at South Carolina State 65 D30 W 76 USC Aiken 53 J3 L 39 at Kentucky 94 J5 L 43 at Furman 82 J12 L 58 * Coastal Carolina 61 J15 L 68 * at Radford 81 J20 L 58 * Liberty 72 J22 W 63 * High Point 45 J26 W 75 * at Elon 59 J29 L 59 * at UNC Asheville 67 F1 L 45 * Charleston Southern 56 F5 W 57 * Elon 55 F7 W 68 Newberry 49 F9 W 57 * at High Point 50 F13 W 77 * Radford 50 F17 L 42 * at Liberty 82 F19 L 49 * at Charleston Southern 66 F23 L 40 * at Coastal Carolina 71 F26 L 61 * UNC Asheville 66 M1 L 55 # vs. Coastal Carolina 75 * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

2000-01 W 8 L 20 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 4-10 (6th) D W/L WU OPP N18 L 43 Western Carolina 67 N21 L 54 at Wofford 72 N24 L 70 ^ vs. Mount St. Mary’s 80 N25 L 44 ^ vs. Cornell 59 N29 W 64 Mercer 56 D5 L 67 at Georgia Southern 88 D16 L 48 at North Carolina 71 D18 W 87 College of Charleston 64 D28 L 52 at Jacksonville 57 D30 L 46 Clemson 79 J6 L 49 * at High Point 70 J8 W 90 Newberry 55 J10 W 68 * Elon 64 J13 L 63 * at Liberty 74 J17 L 60 * Radford 84 J20 L 54 * at Coastal Carolina 75 J25 L 66 * at Charleston Southern 84 J27 W 64 * UNC Asheville 56 J31 L 48 Charlotte 64 F3 L 62 * Liberty 69 F5 W 73 South Carolina State 62 F7 W 62 * at Radford 56 F10 L 44 * High Point 59 F15 L 64 * at Elon 81 F17 W 61 * Charleston Southern 54 F21 L 56 * Coastal Carolina 58 F24 L 64 * UNC Asheville 75 F28 L 53 # Elon 67 * Big South Conference Game ^ Georgia Tech Tournament # Big South Tournament 2001-2002 W 11 L 18 BIG SOUTH 6-8 (5th) D W/L WU OPP N18 L 62 Wofford 78 N23 L 50 Fairleigh Dickinson 62 N24 L 43 North Carolina 84 N28 L 49 at Mercer 62 D1 L 56 Charlotte 68 D3 W 103 Peace College 47 D15 L 43 at Clemson 86 D19 W 72 ^ vs. Southern Illinois 65 D20 L 58 ^ at Navy 73 J2 L 44 * Charleston Southern 57 J7 W 99 Newberry 44 J9 L 57 * at Elon 66 J12 L 52 Birmingham-Southern 55 J14 W 78 Gardner-Webb 60 J16 L 53 * at Radford 56 J19 L 64 * Liberty 74 J21 W 89 * at High Point (OT) 85 J24 W 65 * Coastal Carolina 56 J26 L 61 * at UNC Asheville 71 J28 L 75 * Elon 84 F2 L 59 * Radford 69 F4 L 52 at Birmingham-Southern 72 F7 L 59 * at Liberty 76 F13 W 81 * High Point 75 F16 W 58 * at Charleston Southern 52 F20 W 84 * at Coastal Carolina 67


2016-17 Women’s Basketball F23 W 82 * UNC Asheville F27 W 54 # vs. Radford M1 L 56 # vs. Coastal Carolina * Big South Conference Game ^ Navy Tournament # Big South Tournament Game

BELIEVE! 62 50 58

2002-03 W 10 L 18 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 5-9 (T-6th) D W/L WU OPP N25 W 78 Southern Virginia 37 N29 L 71 ^ at Air Force 78 N30 W 71 ^ vs. New Orleans 64 D3 L 51 at Gardner-Webb 54 D5 L 52 at Clemson 90 D7 L 59 Davidson 76 D14 W 83 Converse 49 D17 L 66 at College of Charleston 85 D30 L 65 Ohio 77 J4 W 67 * Elon 61 J7 L 57 * Liberty 67 J11 L 50 * Radford 61 J13 L 43 at Birmingham-Southern 66 J17 L 71 * at Coastal Carolina (OT) 78 J20 L 49 * at Charleston Southern 62 J22 W 74 Savannah State 61 J25 W 64 * UNC Asheville 47 J29 W 56 * at High Point 55 F1 W 72 at Morris Brown 60 F4 L 39 * at Elon 62 F8 L 63 Birmingham-Sou. (OT) 67 F12 L 59 * at Radford (OT) 61 F15 W 87 * Coastal Carolina (OT) 81 F19 W 71 * Charleston Southern 69 F22 L 66 * High Point 72 F25 L 35 * at Liberty 53 M1 W 64 * at UNC Asheville 62 M5 L 61 # at Elon 73 * Big South Conference Game ^ Air Force Tournament # Big South Tournament Game 2003-04 W 5 L 22 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 2-12 (8th) D W/L WU OPP N24 W 127 Southern Virginia 54 N30 L 70 Chicago State 71 D5 L 49 ^ at James Madison 80 D6 L 61 ^ vs. Bucknell 68 D13 W 72 Wingate 64 D15 L 57 at Davidson 72 D22 L 58 at Mercer 64 D30 W 71 Mercer 61 J2 L 66 at Ohio 96 J4 L 65 at Akron 74 J8 L 57 College of Charleston 71 J15 L 40 * at High Point 74 J17 L 47 * UNC Asheville 64 J21 L 45 * at Birmingham-Southern 58 J24 W 66 * Coastal Carolina 60 J26 L 69 * at Charleston Southern 70 J28 L 46 Bethune-Cookman 59 F3 L 47 * at Liberty 79 F7 L 58 * Radford 77 F14 L 62 * at UNC Asheville 78 F16 W 62 * Birmingham-Southern 61 F21 L 60 * at Coastal Carolina 78

F24 L 56 * Charleston Southern F28 L 40 * at Radford M3 L 44 * Liberty M6 L 57 * High Point M9 L 47 # at Liberty Big South Conference Game ^ James Madison Tournament # Big South Tournament Game

73 65 79 82 81

2004-05 W 2 L 26 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 0-14 (8th) D W/L WU OPP N19 L 45 + at Longwood 76 N20 L 42 + vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson 66 N26 L 52 $ at UNC Greensboro 62 N27 L 51 $ vs. South Carolina State 56 N30 L 55 Maryland-Eastern Shore 62 D4 L 61 & at Brown 69 D5 L 52 & vs. Bowling Green 74 D11 W 63 Campbell 58 D19 L 54 at Tennessee Tech 73 D21 W 59 at Tennessee State 50 D30 L 44 Alabama A&M 55 J3 L 46 Austin Peay 49 J6 L 29 at North Carolina 79 J15 L 52 * High Point 55 J18 L 33 * UNC Asheville 52 J22 L 46 * Coastal Carolina 52 J25 L 43 * at Charleston Southern 59 J29 L 46 * at Birmingham-Southern 69 F5 L 44 * at Radford 60 F9 L 50 * Liberty 74 F12 L 45 * at Coastal Carolina 53 F15 L 42 * Charleston Southern 54 F19 L 45 * Birmingham-Southern 58 F23 L 48 * at UNC Asheville 54 F26 L 50 * Radford 88 F28 L 26 * at Liberty 79 M5 L 50 * at High Point 77 M8 L 36 # vs.Liberty 83 + Lancer Invitational $ UNCG Tournament & Bear Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

2005-06 W 14 L 15 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-7 (T-3rd) D W/L WU OPP N18 L 48 North Florida 73 N20 L 42 at South Carolina 73 N23 L 47 Appalachian State 64 N29 L 64 at Campbell 79 D3 W 73 Livingstone College 56 D5 L 57 at Charlotte 59 D11 W 66 Norfolk State 42 D20 L 51 at Clemson 52 D23 W 60 at IPFW 44 D30 L 64 at Austin Peay 79 J4 W 56 Wofford 44 J7 W 67 Longwood 58 J9 W 60 Tennessee State 55 J14 W 69 * at Birmingham-Southern 59 J18 W 54 * UNC Asheville 51 J21 L 44 * at Liberty 56 J23 W 65 * at Radford 60 J28 W 72 * Charleston Southern 43 F4 L 51 * at High Point 57 F7 L 51 * Coastal Carolina 63 F11 L 57 * Birmingham-Southern 63 F14 L 47 * at UNC Asheville 49 F19 L 49 * Radford 51 F22 L 51 * Liberty 61 F25 W 58 * at Charleston Southern 50 F27 W 54 * at Coastal Carolina 44 M3 W 64 * High Point 60 M7 W 55 # Radford 44 M10 L 45 # at Liberty 53 * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game 2006-07 W 6 L 26 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 2-12 (8th) D W/L WU N10 W 83 & vs. Memphis N11 L 45 & at #21 Louisville N12 L 42 & vs. Dayton

OPP 60 69 55

Arin Kress was a Big South All-Freshman Team pick in 2003 and finished her career in the top 10 assistant list

N17 L 40 $ vs. Binghamton 53 N18 W 70 $ at Florida Atlantic 67 N22 L 48 Davidson 66 N25 L 45 Kennesaw State 71 N28 L 61 at Appalachian State 84 D1 L 51 at Wofford 77 D4 L 54 at North Carolina State 65 D9 W 63 South Carolina State 49 D17 L 57 at Wake Forest 65 D22 L 53 Tulane 58 D28 L 54 IPFW 65 J1 L 30 at South Carolina 75 J5 L 45 at Charlotte 65 J13 L 47 * UNC Asheville 60 J15 W 65 * at Birmingham-Southern 54 J20 L 38 * at Radford 65 J22 L 42 * at Liberty 69 J27 L 63 * High Point 74 J31 L 55 * Coastal Carolina 60 F3 L 54 * at Charleston Southern 65 F10 L 65 * Radford 68 F13 L 52 * Liberty 77 F17 L 74 * at UNC Asheville 89 F19 L 55 * Birmingham-Southern 65 F24 W 71 * Charleston Southern 47 F28 L 52 * at Coastal Carolina 67 M3 L 49 * at High Point 57 M8 W 57 # vs. High Point 50 M9 L 53 # vs.UNC Asheville 64 & Louisville Cardinal Classic $ Florida Atlantic Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game


2016-17 Women’s Basketball

BELIEVE! 2007-08 W 20 L 12 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-5 (3rd) D W/L WU OPP N9 W 77 $ North Texas 56 N10 W 47 $ Navy 33 N11 L 54 $ Rice (OT) 63 N14 W 70 at South Carolina State 58 N18 L 52 at Tulane 63 N23 W 66 + at East Carolina 61 N24 W 50 + vs. Jacksonville 49 N26 W 68 at Norfolk State 63 D2 L 63 at Davidson 68 D9 L 45 Johnson C. Smith 65 D17 W 67 Georgia State 57 D20 L 42 at Wichita State 66 D30 L 56 at George Mason 67 J5 L 45 at Charlotte 82 J9 W 69 at Longwood 60 J12 W 76 Converse College 52 J16 W 78 USC Upstate 42 J19 W 66 Presbyterian 48 J23 W 68 * at High Point 67 J26 W 75 * Charleston Southern 66 J30 L 47 * Coastal Carolina 52 F2 L 51 * at Liberty 76 F6 W 75 * at UNC Asheville 54 F9 L 57 * Radford 65 F12 W 77 * at Charleston Southern 53 F16 W 65 * High Point 47 F23 W 66 * at Coastal Carolina 52 F27 W 56 * Liberty 52 M1 L 54 * at Radford 67 M5 L 60 * UNC Asheville 63 M14 W 76 # vs.Charleston Southern 41 M15 L 44 # vs. Radford 50 $ Winthrop/adidas Classic + Lady Pirate Invitational * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

Ashley Fann scored 1,603 points during her career (2006-09) to rank 4th on the all-time scoring list

2008-09 W 16 L 16 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 9-7 (3rd) D W/L WU OPP N15 L 40 & Davidson 61 N16 W 62 & North Carolina A&T 60 N22 W 67 Newberry 55 N25 L 68 at Clemson 76 N29 L 43 + at Xavier 66 N30 W 54 + vs. UT Martin 49 D7 W 58 George Mason 42 D18 L 27 ^ vs. Georgia Tech 65 D20 L 46 ^ vs. Memphis 52 D30 L 43 Campbell 54 J3 W 47 * at Presbyterian 35 J6 W 61 Johnson C. Smith 38 J10 L 51 * Liberty 55 J12 L 50 * Radford 54 J17 L 34 * Coastal Carolina 51 J19 W 55 * High Point 54 J24 L 53 * at Gardner-Webb 54 J27 L 42 at Georgia State 73 J31 W 56 * at UNC Asheville 47 F2 W 72 * at Charleston Southern 64 F7 W 77 * Presbyterian 48 F10 W 73 Longwood 50 F14 W 63 * at Radford 49 F16 L 48 * at Liberty 63 F23 L 62 * Gardner-Webb 65 F28 L 62 * at High Point 73

M3 W 76 * at Coastal Carolina M6 W 72 * UNC Asheville M9 W 57 * Charleston Southern M13 W 67 # Coastal Carolina M14 L 42 # Liberty M20 L 45 $ Georgetown & Winthrop/Hilton Garden Inn Classic + Xavier Thanksgiving Tournament ^ Bahamas Sunsplash Shootout $ WNIT (Postseason) * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

68 58 46 48 61 73

2009-10 W 13 L 18 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-9 (T-5th) D W/L WU OPP N13 L 30 ^ at Georgia Tech 63 N17 W 58 Coker 47 N20 L 46 & at Towson 56 N21 L 41 & vs. Chicago State 45 N27 W 72 $ vs. Utah Valley 59 N28 L 41 $ at Montana State 60 D5 W 62 USC Aiken 53 D12 W 73 Augusta State 50 D15 L 51 + vs. Virginia Com’wealth 65 D19 L 53 at North Carolina State 66 D21 W 66 at Campbell 60 D30 L 49 Mercer 58 J2 W 57 * Presbyterian College 40 J9 L 38 * at Liberty 67 J11 L 48 * at Radford 57 J16 L 60 * at High Point 69 J18 L 57 * at Coastal Carolina 59 J23 L 62 * Gardner-Webb 85 J26 L 51 at Longwood 62 J30 W 44 * UNC Asheville 38 F1 W 58 * Charleston Southern 48 F6 L 43 * at Presbyterian College 48 F9 W 57 North Carolina Central 39 F13 W 56 * Radford 52 F15 L 18 * Liberty 52 F22 L 39 * at Gardner-Webb 57 F27 W 56 * High Point 50 M1 W 47 * Coastal Carolina 39 M5 W 73 * at UNC Asheville 66 M8 L 62 * at Charleston Sou. (OT) 66 M12 L 65 # at High Point (OT) 68 ^ Preseason WNIT (Atlanta, GA) & Preseason WNIT (Towson, MD) $ Wingate Thanksgiving Classic (Bozeman, MT) + Game played in Fort Mill, SC (Old Bobcats Training Center) * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament 2010-11 W 13 L 18 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 5-11 (T-6th) D W/L WU OPP N12 L 50 $ Belmont 59 N14 L 56 $ North Carolina A&T 81 N17 L 49 at Virginia Commonwealth 59 N22 W 49 Davidson 40 N27 L 40 Lander 70 D2 W 62 at North Carolina Central 60 D5 L 48 at Virginia Tech 53 D12 L 16 Southern Poly State Tech 53 D20 W 54 & vs. Maine 51 D21 W 50 & vs. Youngstown State 46 D28 W 93 Southern Wesleyan 46

D30 W 58 Colorado State J8 W 75 * Charleston Southern J11 L 42 * Gardner-Webb J15 W 65 * Radford J17 L 40 * Presbyterian College J22 W 71 * at UNC Asheville J24 L 49 * at High Point J29 L 33 * Liberty J31 L 29 * Coastal Carolina F5 W 54 Longwood F12 W 64 * at Coastal Carolina F14 L 38 * at Liberty F19 W 56 * at Presbyterian College F21 L 47 * at Radford F26 L 45 * High Point F28 L 61 * UNC Asheville M4 L 46 * at Gardner-Webb M7 L 55 * at Charleston Southern M11 W 59 # Radford M12 L 44 # Gardner-Webb $ Winthrop Classic & Stetson Hatter Holiday Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

56 53 45 55 55 64 64 70 48 46 48 72 47 69 57 66 62 70 38 59

2011-12 W 18 L 14 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-9 (T-5th) D W/L WU OPP N13 W 80 at Troy 66 N18 L 61 @ Bradley 71 N19 W 82 @ Niagara 47 N20 L 72 @ Stetson 74 N23 L 69 at Wichita State 71 N27 L 52 Virginia Commonwealth 69 D1 L 66 at Davidson 80 D10 W 67 South Carolina State 59 D14 W 88 at Monmouth 54 D17 L 53 at Fordham 76 D21 W 79 North Carolina Central 40 D28 W 88 at Mercer 74 D31 L 54 * at Coastal Carolina 58 J2 L 78 * at Charleston Southern 83 J7 W 70 * at Presbyterian College 62 J14 W 84 * UNC Asheville 68 J16 W 86 * Gardner-Webb 48 J21 W 66 * at Radford 64 J23 L 49 * at Liberty 74 J28 L 53 * at High Point 58 J30 W 83 * Campbell 73 F4 L 60 * Presbyterian College 63 F11 W 65 * at Gardner-Webb 55 F13 W 79 * at UNC Asheville 68 F18 W 71 * Liberty 69 F20 W 67 * Radford 56 F25 W 67 * at Campbell (OT) 66 F27 L 51 * at High Point 81 M2 W 81 * Charleston Sou. (OT) 75 M5 W 84 * Coastal Carolina 47 M9 L 56 # vs. Radford 62 @ Winthrop Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament


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BELIEVE! F8 W 62 * UNC Asheville F15 W 57 * Radford F20 W 63 * at Longwood F22 L 69 * at Liberty F27 L 71 * High Point M1 W 82 * Campbell M6 W 77 # at Coastal Carolina M8 W 65 # vs. Liberty M9 W 87 # vs. High Point M22 L 45 ^ at Duke 87 @ RMU Classic, Moon Township, PA * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament ^ NCAA Tournament

55 40 35 80 74 56 58 59 74

2014-15 W 17 L 13 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 13-7 (3rd) D W/L WU OPP N15 W 117 Gallaudet 43 N17 L 55 Furman 73 N21 L 48 at Tennessee 81 N25 W 71 at NC Central 63 N29 W 56 at Auburn 54 D2 W 61 * Campbell 59 D7 L 52 at Ohio State 66 D13 W 77 Davidson 60 D19 L 57 @ George Mason 69 D20 L 20 @ Wichita State 66 D30 W 81 * Longwood 48 J3 W 79 * Charleston Southern 50 J5 L 65 * Gardner-Webb 79 J8 W 75 * UNC Asheville 55 J10 L 55 * at High Point 81 J13 L 47 * at Radford 55 J17 L 62 * at Coastal Carolina 81 J20 W 63 * Liberty 58 J24 W 54 * Presbyterian College 51 J27 W 63 * at Longwood 62 J31 W 77 * Charleston Southern 40 F2 L 52 * at Campbell 62 F7 W 57 * at UNC Asheville 54 F10 W 91 * High Point 74 F14 L 62 * at Gardner-Webb 75 F17 W 66 * Radford 45 F21 W 81 * Coastal Carolina 68 F24 L 71 * at Liberty 91 F28 W 60 * at Presbyterian College 53 M5 L 52 # Campbell 65

D29 L J2 L J9 L J12 L J16 L J19 L J24 W J26 L J30 L F1 L F6 L F13 W F16 L F20 L F23 L F27 L M1 L M5 L M10 L

55 * 60 * 44 * 48 * 61 * 67 * 50 * 60 * 50 * 59 * 52 * 52 * 56 * 60 * 38 * 44 * 42 * 59 * 55 #

at UNC Asheville Longwood at Radford Presbyterian College at Liberty High Point Campbell at Longwood at Charleston Southern UNC Asheville at Gardner-Webb Coastal Carolina at Campbell at High Point Radford at Presbyterian College Liberty at Coastal Carolina vs. High Point

63 63 66 59 77 74 49 67 58 67 70 43 69 80 67 77 59 76 73

@ Akron Invitational * Big South Conference Game # Big South Conference Tournament

@ Wichita State Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament 2015-16 W 4 L 26 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 3-17 (10th) D W/L WU OPP N13 L 48 at Oklahoma 78 N15 L 50 at Duke 78 N20 L 59 @ at Akron 76 N21 L 54 @ vs, Ohio 75 N24 L 52 at Furman 71 N28 W 62 NC Central 39 D1 L 51 * Charleston Southern 54 D5 W 81 * Gardner-Webb 62 D13 L 37 at South Carolina 86 D16 L 33 at Auburn 76 D22 L 63 at College of Charleston 77

Dequesha McClanahan led Winthrop to 76 victories and two 20-win seasons during her four years (2011-14)


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this is

Winthrop University one of America’s best

where students live, learn and lead Founded in 1886, Winthrop University is rated as one of top regional higher education institutions in the nation. The picturesque campus is ideally located in the beautiful upstate section of South Carolina in the growing city of Rock Hill and only 30 minutes from uptown Charlotte, North Carolina.

With its 100 acre main campus and 300 acre athletic complex, Winthrop is home to a student body that numbers nearly 6,000. Unique academic course offerings and modern, well-equipped facilities guarantee a national-caliber education. Winthrop students excel in an academic environment that is second to none.


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‘We are Eagles, come fly with us’

Dr. Daniel F. Mahony Winthrop’s 11th President

B.S. in accounting from Virginia Tech, 1987 M.S. in sport management from West Virginia, 1990 Ph.D. in sport management from Ohio State, 1995

Dr. Daniel F. Mahony became Winthrop University’s 11th president on July 1, 2015, after serving for seven years as dean of the College of Education, Health, and Human Services and a professor of sport management at Kent State University in Ohio. Dr. Mahony also spent 13 years as a faculty member and administrator at the University of Louisville where his positions included sport administration program director, department chair, associate dean, assistant provost, and associate provost. Prior to his faculty and administrative positions, Dr. Mahony worked in both public accounting and intercollegiate athletics. He earned a B.S. in accounting from Virginia Tech, an M.S. in sport management from West Virginia University, and a Ph.D. in sport management from Ohio State University. He is an active researcher in the areas of sport consumer behavior and intercollegiate athletics and has published more than 60 articles in various refereed journals, several book chapters, and one book. Dr. Mahony received the 2007 Earle F. Zeigler Award from the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) for his research contributions to the field. He is a NASSM Research Fellow and served as the association’s president from 2003-2004. Dr. Mahony is the recipient of the 2015 McInnis/Ryan Award from the American Association of University Administrators (AAUA), which recognized his principled and ethical leadership practices, and his scholarship regarding issues of justice and ethics in college, high school and professional sport. Originally from Clinton, New Jersey, Dr. Mahony has been married for more than 20 years to wife Laura, with whom he has two children, son Gavin and daughter Elena

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Winthrop Athletics

Ken Halpin, Ph.D. Athletic Director

Dr. Renae Myles Sr. Associate AD for Internal Operations

Dr. Ken Halpin, the former deputy athletic director at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington, is in his first year as athletic director at Winthrop. Halpin is responsible for the administration of all aspects of Winthrop’s NCAA Division I athletics program. In his role, he provides strategic leadership and direction for a program that places a priority on academic achievement and athletic excellence. Over the past five years at EWU Halpin served in multiple roles, most recently as deputy athletic director overseeing a wide range of responsibilities covering all external operations including development, marketing, communications, ticketing, sponsor-

Scott McDonald Associate AD Compliance, Student Services & Donor Relations

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ships, licensing, special projects, and special events. He was also the sport supervisor for the men’s and women’s tennis programs. Halpin’s first year at EWU was spent as the director of corporate partnerships for their multi-media rights partner, which has since been acquired by Learfield, generating corporate revenue for the EWU Athletic Department. Halpin received a Ph.D. in higher education administration from Washington State University in 2015 and an M.A. in sport administration from Gonzaga University in 2008, where he has taught as an adjunct professor in the sport management program for the past seven years. He earned a

Jack Frost Assistant AD Media Relations

Joanna Harris Assistant AD Academic Services

B.A. from Willamette University in 2005, where he was an All-Conference performer in both football and baseball. Halpin and his wife, Amber, are the parents of two sons--Kenny, 8, and Jonathan, 3, and the family looks forward to a new addition in November.

Jeff Lahr Assistant AD Athletic Training


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Academic & Student-Athlete Services Winthrop Athletics is strongly committed to the welfare and support of its student-athletes through its Academics, Student Services and Compliance offices. A variety of resources are available to student-athletes in the Rock Hill Coca-Cola Academic Resource Center which is housed in the Winthrop Coliseum. The academic staff works closely with its student-athletes throughout their entire experience at Winthrop to ensure their academic success.

Graduation Is Our Goal


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Athletic Complex Is Superb Winthrop’s 300 acre athletic complex includes outdoor venues for baseball, (The Winthrop Ballpark), men’s and women’s soccer and women’s lacrosse (Eagle Field), men’s and women’s track & field (Belk Track), men’s and women’s tennis (Memorial Courts), and softball (Terry Field).

Irwin Belk Track Winthrop Ballpark

Winthrop Coliseum Memorial Courts

Eagle Field

Terry Field


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CHAMPS/Life Skills Programs The CHAMPS/Life Skills program provides Winthrop student-athletes with personal development opportunities that challenge and enhance the collegiate experience. The program

is designed to provide leadership and service learning experiences. In addition, programs and seminars address career development, and academic and personal growth.

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Area Attractions

Charlotte Skyline

Bank of America Stadium

Time-Warner Arena

BB&T Park

Downtown Rock Hill Ampitheater Paramount Carowinds Theme Park


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Winthrop provides five full-time certified athletic trainers along with three graduate assistant trainers who are dedicated to attaining excellence in all aspects of sports medicine. Led by the veteran head athletic trainer Jeff Lahr, the staff works hard to deliver the highest quality health care to all of its student-athletes. Lahr, the Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Training, is in his 22nd year at Winthrop. The full-time staff of assistant athletic trainers includes Daniel Lundy, Seth Faulkner, Martha Dettl, and Kiersten Schmidt. Several students enrolled in the University’s athletic training program are also involved in helping with daily training room and game management duties. The University athletic training department is teamed up with Dr. William Graham, who serves on staff at Ortho Carolina-Pineville, to provide the best health care for its student-athletes.

Athletic Training

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Strength & Conditioning Since Winthrop began its Strength and Conditioning program 13 years ago, it has become a key component to the success of Winthrop Athletics. The program was created to aid in injury prevention and improve athlete performance. All student-athletes receive personal instructions and attention from head strength coach Hayes Galitski and his staff that includes assistant Michael Rhodes, intern Andy Parker and volunteer assistants Charles Barton, John Brantley, and Sidney Rhodes. Galitski and his staff are responsible for designing and implementing the strength and conditioning programs for all 18 sports teams. They work closely with each individual coaching staff to design a program that is geared for that particular sport. Winthrop offers a modern and well-equipped strength and conditioning facility in the coliseum as well as the baseball stadium.

Hayes Galitski Strength & Conditioning Head Coach

Michael Rhoades Strength & Conditioning Assistant Coach

Andy Parker Strength & Conditioning Intern


2016 17 winthrop women's basketball factbook  
2016 17 winthrop women's basketball factbook  
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