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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ALL-SPORTS SCORECARD 27 NCAA National Championships 12 Men’s Golf 9 Baseball 4 Women’s Golf 1 Men’s Basketball 1 Softball

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NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes

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NCAA National Third-Place Finishes

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NCAA National Fourth-Place Finishes

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NCAA Regional Championships

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NCAA Postseason Appearances

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NCAA Individual National Champions

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NCAA Individual Postseason Appearances

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Sunshine St. Conf. Postseason Titles

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National Players of the Year

Sunshine St. Conf. Regular Season Titles

592 All-Americans

209 1st Team All-Americans

92 2nd Team All-Americans

53 3rd Team All-Americans

82 Honorable Mention All-Americans

5 Freshman All-Americans

40 Academic All-Americans

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111 All-American Scholars

SSC Female Athletes of the Year SSC Male Athletes of the Year All-Sunshine State Conference honorees

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT Florida Southern College is committed to educational excellence and is a selective, comprehensive, private, United Methodist college with a strong liberal arts core and signature programs. The College enrolls a talented student body and includes an accomplished faculty who are dedicated to teaching excellence. Outstanding opportunities for engaged learning, student-faculty collaborative research and performance, service learning, study abroad, and honors study are distinctive features of the academic program at Florida Southern. The College offers exceptional student life programs, including a championship athletic program.

The Glover Garden

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Home of the 2012 Princeton Review’s top-ranked “Most Beautiful Campus” in the nation, Florida Southern College has the world’s largest single-site collection of architecture by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, including the recently refurbished Water Dome. Currently under construction is a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House that will be a campus visitor’s center. Newly opened campus facilities include the Rinker Technology Center, the McKay Archives Center, the Blanton Nursing Building, the Christoverson Humanities Building and the popular TuTu’s Cyber Café in the Roux Library. Situated on the north shore of Lakeland ’s scenic Lake Hollingsworth, the 100-acre campus also features a number of other outstanding facilities – the newly renovated Jenkins Field House (for basketball and volleyball); Barnett Field (for softball and soccer); Branscomb Auditorium (for major events and concerts); 12 residence halls (all wired to the Internet); the Davis Performing Arts Center; the Roux Library; and the Hollis Wellness Center, which includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, recreational facilities and an NCAA competition-size outdoor swimming pool. Founded by the United Methodist Church in 1883, Florida Southern is the oldest private college in the state of Florida. With an enrollment of over 2,000 students, Florida Southern offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and distinctive graduate programs in business administration, education and nursing. With Lakeland’s population at over 97,000, Florida Southern is in the heart of dynamic and growing central Florida and is only about an hour’s drive from the major metropolitan areas of Tampa and Orlando, as well as some of Florida’s most popular beaches. Such attractions as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Epcot Center, Sea World, Busch Gardens and the new Legoland Theme Park are only a short drive from campus. Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers have made Lakeland their annual spring training home for 75 years and several other big league teams train in the nearby area. Some of Florida Southern’s prominent alumni include professional golfers Lee Janzen and Rocco Mediate; Major League Baseball’s Matt Joyce (Tampa Bay Rays); auto racing executive Jim France, chairman of International Speedway Corp. (which owns Daytona International Speedway) and vice chairman of NASCAR; Publix Super Markets, Inc. Vice Chairman Barney Barnett and Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN QUICK FACTS LOCATION.................................................................... Lakeland, Florida FOUNDED.............................................................................................. 1883 ENROLLMENT................................................................................... 2,145 TYPE ............................................................ Liberal Arts, Co-Educational NICKNAME................................................................................ Moccasins COLORS.......................................................................... Scarlet and White ARENA............................ George W. Jenkins Field House (1,800 cap.) MEMBERSHIP............................................................. NCAA Division II CONFERENCE.................................................................. Sunshine State PRESIDENT..................................................................... Dr. Anne B. Kerr ATHLETICS DIRECTOR...................................................... Pete Meyer ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / S.W.A..... Marie Scovron ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR................................ Al Green ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT................................Susan Sargeant ATHLETIC BUSINESS MANAGER..............................Micki Watson FACULTY ATHL. REPRESENTATIVE....... Dr. Malcolm Manners EQUIPMENT MANAGER................................................ Ronnie Akins ATHLETIC TRAINERS........Al Green, Kelly Cox, Meghan Fornoff, Katie Kass, Kevin McCarthy SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR......................... Bill Turnage ASST. SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR ............................Tim Carpenter SID INTERNS................................... Tommy Chasanoff, Jake Saunders

TEAM INFORMATION

HEAD COACH........................................................................ Jarrod Olson RECORD AT FSC.................................................... (89-54, 5 years) CAREER RECORD................................................ (112-89, 7 years) ASSISTANT COACH .......................................................Holly Borchers 2010-11 RECORD......................................................26-5 (14-2 SSC, 1st) 2010-12 MVP.........................................................................Emma Cannon LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST................................... 8 / 6 STARTERS RETURNING....................................................................... 3 ALL-TIME RECORD.............................................606-310 (34 seasons) NCAA POST-SEASON APPEARANCES................Nine (last, 2011) NCAA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS..................One (last, 1995) CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS.............................11 (last, 2011) SSC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS.................10 (last, 2011)

PHONE DIRECTORY

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT....................................... (863) 680-4244 HEAD COACH.................................................................. (863) 680-4250 ASSISTANT COACH.......................................................(863) 680-4145 SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR................... (863) 680-4256 ASSISTANT SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR...............(863) 680-3955 SID HOME PHONE.......................................................... (863) 701-8437 ASSISTANT SID HOME PHONE................................ (863) 853-7030 SPORTS SCORELINE.....................................................(863) 680-3954 SPORTS SCORELINE (TOLL-FREE) ................ (800) 825-MOCS SID FAX MACHINE.........................................................(863) 680-3953 FSC Athletic Web-Site..................................................www.fscmocs.com CONFERENCE WEB-SITE....www.sunshinestatesconference.com

2010-11 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Regular Season and Tournament

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FSC All-Sports Scorecard................................Inside Front Cover Quick Facts........................................................................................... 1 Florida Southern College  ............................................................ 2-3 College President, Dr. Anne Kerr................................................... 4 Athletics Director, Pete Meyer........................................................ 5 Moccasin Head Coaches & Support Staff..................................... 6 Head Coach Jarrod Olson..............................................................7-8 Assistant Coach Holly Borchers...................................................... 9 Player Profiles............................................................................... 10-19 Sunshine State Conference Preseason Poll................................ 19 2010-11 Statistics & Results...........................................................20 All-Americans / Most Valuable Players......................................21 Top 20 Scorers & Rebounders / SSC All-Tournament ..........22 FSC All-Conference Selections.....................................................23 Individual and Team Records................................................. 24-25 All-Time Letterwinners...................................................................26 FSC Year by Year...............................................................................27 Sunshine State Conference.......................................................28-29 SSC Opponents.................................................................................30 FSC vs. All-Opponents Series Records....................................... 31 Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame...................................32 Florida Southern Hall of Fame......................................................33 George W. Jenkins Field House.....................................................34 FSC in NCAA Tournaments..........................................................34 Florida Southern Athletic Scholarships......................................35 How to Find FSC/Degrees Offered.............................................36 SSC Mayors Cup...............................................................................36 Moccasin Athletic Training Services...........................................37 A Look at the FSC Campus..................................................... 38-40 2011-12 Roster..................................................... Inside Back Cover 2011-12 Schedule.............................................................Back Cover PHOTO CREDITS - Team and action photos by Andy Meng, Stageshot Photography; Cover photo and photo this page by Jim Hogue, Jim Hogue Photos. Additional photography by Wayne Koehler, Florida Southern College Marketing and Communications Office.

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Campus Photo Highlights

ROBERT A. DAVIS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER and BRANSCOMB MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM SOUTHERN LANDING

CHRISTOVERSON HUMANITIES BUILDING

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT WATER DOME

LOCA LEE BUCKNER THEATRE GEORGE W. JENKINS FIELD HOUSE

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The Danforth Chapel is one of two chapels on campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Thad Buckner Building is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright “Child of the Sun” Visitor Center.

The Esplanades, totaling 1.5 miles, line the west campus of Florida Southern College. The “covered walkways” connect the structures, actually weaving in and out, providing the pattern for the complex.

Florida Southern is home to the world’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed planetarium.

Frank Lloyd Wright often visited Florida Southern College during his 20-year relationship with the college.

Founded by the United Methodist Church, Florida Southern College is one of the oldest private colleges in the state, tracing its beginnings to a small seminary in Orlando in 1883. The tie to its founding church has remained constant and is today, a proud part of the College’s heritage and a bright beacon for the future. Florida Southern moved to Lakeland in the heart of Florida’s citrus belt in 1922 and began the construction of a campus that would eventually become a national landmark. The beautiful 100-acre campus, on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth, includes the world’s largest collection of buildings by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Florida Southern’s West Campus, now known throughout the world, actually had its inception in the mind of Dr. Ludd M.

Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, completed in 1941, was the first of Wright’s designs at Florida Southern College.

Spivey, president of the college from 1925-1957. In 1935 he conceived the idea of an ultra-modern campus, designed by the world’s leading architect. Ground was broken two years later for the first building in the Wright collection, the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. What Frank Lloyd Wright created on the campus is amazing. His original work is still as modern and exciting as the newest buildings still on many architect’s drawing boards. It is, perhaps, symbolic that the greatest concentration of his genius should be located at a small, private institution of higher learning. Perhaps he describes it best, “...out of the ground and into the light, a child of the sun...the college of tomorrow.”

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DR. ANNE B. KERR College President Since her appointment as Florida

Southern College’s seventeenth president in 2004, Dr. Anne Kerr’s visionary leadership has enhanced the student experience on campus and increased the college’s national prominence. Under her direction, the institution has renewed its commitment to educate the whole person—academically, socially, spiritually and physically—in order to insure that students leave prepared to make a positive and consequential impact on our world. Early in her tenure, Dr. Kerr oversaw implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan for the College that was designed to enrich all facets of our student-centered culture. Opportunities for active learning and leadership were increased; innovative, engaged, and personalized instruction were prioritized; and the College’s scholar-athlete program became a national model for NCAA Division II athletic programs. Recent college improvements include ongoing restoration projects on the Frank Lloyd Wright campus and the construction of a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House for use as a Tourism and Education Center, which will be the first Wright design

Florida Southern College built since 1966. Other new construction includes the twobuilding Barnett Residential Complex and the Christoverson Humanities Building (all three designed by world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern), the McKay Archives Center, the Blanton Nursing Building, the Rinker Technology Center, and TûTû’s Café (located in the Roux Library). Further improvements include the complete renovation of the student dining facility (Wynee’s Bistro), residence hall and campus-wide technology upgrades, and a campus beautification project featuring dozens of interconnected plazas and gardens. Dr. Kerr graduated from Mercer University and received her M.S. and Ph.D. from Florida State University. Prior to assuming the Presidency at Florida Southern, she served as Vice President for Advancement both at the University of Richmond and at Rollins College. She has held numerous volunteer leadership roles, and currently serves on the boards of SunTrust Bank, All Saints’ Academy, EarthLinked Technologies, Inc., the Polk Museum of Art, and the Florida Chamber of Commerce. She recently completed a two-year term as president of the Sunshine State Athletic Conference. Dr. Kerr and her husband, Roy, have a seventeen-year-old son, Ed, who plays baseball for All Saints’ Academy. Dr. Roy Kerr is a retired professor of Spanish and a baseball historian, whose recent publications include The Loving of the Game: a Baseball Memoir (2007); Sliding Billy Hamilton: the Life and Times of Baseball’s First Great Leadoff Man (2010), and Roger Connor: Home Run King of Nineteenth-Century Baseball (2011).

The Christoverson Humanities Building, which opened Fall 2011, is the latest of the numerous additions to the campus under the leadership of President Kerr. A Tourism & Education Center, based on a Frank Lloyd Wright design, is currently under construction.

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PETE MEYER Director of Athletics Now in his fourth year (201112) as Director of Athletics at Florida Southern College, Pete Meyer saw Moccasin teams enjoy another successful year in 2010-11. The women’s golf team finished third at the NCAA Division II Championship. The swimming team claimed four individual event NCAA championships (Mary O’Sullivan – 200-yard freestyle and 200-yard backstroke, Jeb Halfacre – 200-yard backstroke and men’s 400-yard medley relay team). Twelve of FSC’s programs participated in NCAA postseason competition. FSC won Sunshine State Conference titles in men’s cross country (14th straight) and women’s basketball (regular season and postseason tournament), won the SSC women’s Mayor’s Cup Award and tied for second in the men’s Mayors’ Cup. That success combined to give the Moccasins a 19th-place finish, tops among SSC schools, in the 2010-11 Learfield Sports/ NACDA Cup standings and their 10th top 25 finish in the program’s history. Meyer also returned to the coaching ranks in 2010-11, taking command of the baseball program 12 games into the season and guiding the Moccasins to a final season record of 32-15. In 2009-10, FSC won its 12th NCAA men’s golf title and 27th national title overall and produced its first national champion in swimming (Jeb Halfacre – 200-yard backstroke). Eleven programs were represented in NCAA postseason competition, with men’s golf, basketball and cross country teams capturing SSC titles. In Meyer’s first year as AD (2008-09), Moccasin teams produced three SSC championships (men’s cross country, men’s

2011-12 Women’s Basketball basketball, softball) and a fifth-place national finish in women’s golf. Eleven FSC teams went to NCAA postseason competition. Named to the AD position Feb. 21, 2008, he officially assumed his duties July 1, 2008, when Lois Webb retired. In the fall of 2008, Meyer was given the additional title of Dean of Wellness, putting the operation of the Hollis Wellness Center, as well as the water ski program and campus intramurals under his direction. Meyer, who has been at Florida Southern since 1998, also served as assistant athletics director for Webb from February of 2006 until his AD appointment. In his previous stint as baseball coach (2002-08), Meyer spent six full seasons as head coach, guiding the Moccasins to their ninth NCAA Division II national title in 2005 with a 51-11 record. His head coaching record at Florida Southern is 282-121-1, while his overall record as a head coach is 321-151-1. Thirty-eight Moccasin baseball players have been drafted or signed professional contracts during Meyer’s tenure as head coach. Before officially assuming the reigns of head baseball coach in June of 2002, Meyer had served for over three years as Florida Southern’s top assistant coach under Chuck Anderson. He also was the program’s recruiting coordinator. Prior to joining the FSC coaching staff, Meyer spent five seasons at Valdosta State, working under legendary head coach Tommy Thomas. Before his stint at Valdosta State, Meyer was head baseball coach at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, where he coordinated the start of the school’s Division III program in 1991. His Oglethorpe teams won Eastern Division titles in the SCAC in each of his two seasons (1992-93). He served as a graduate assistant at Valdosta State from 198890, while earning his M. Ed. in physical education. A four-year baseball letterman at the College of Wooster in Ohio, Meyer graduated in 1987 with a B.A. in speech communication. Meyer is married to the former Julie Newnum. The couple has three children - 23-year old Ross, 21-year-old Mitchell, who is enrolled at FSC, and 20-year old Megan, who attends Trinity University in Texas.

As head coach of the Moccasin baseball team, Coach Pete Meyer led FSC to the 2005 NCAA National Championship. It was the ninth national title won by FSC baseball program.

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MOCCASIN HEAD COACHING STAFF

Linc Darner

Chris Bellotto Softball

Men’s Basketball

Pete Meyer

Jamie Moreno

Robbie Davis Women’s Golf

Jarrod Olson

Doug Gordin

Trey Heath

Men’s Golf

Men’s Tennis

Trish Riddell

Kara Reber

Baseball

Cross Country Track & Field

Women’s Basketball

Women’s Lacrosse

Hugh Seyfarth

Duncan Sherrard

Jill Stephens

Ben Strawbridge

Swimming

Men’s Soccer

Volleyball

Women’s Soccer

Women’s Tennis

Marty Ward Men’s Lacrosse

MOCCASIN SUPPORT STAFF

Marie Scovron Assoc. Athletic Dir. Senior Woman Adm. NCAA Compliance

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Al Green Assoc. Athletic Dir. Marketing/Promotions Head Athletic Trainer

Bill Turnage Sports Information Director

Kelly Cox

Meghan Fornoff

Athletic Trainer

Athletic Trainer

Tim Carpenter Asst. Sports Info. Director

Tommy Chasanoff Malcolm Manners Asst. Sports Info. Director

Katie Kass

Kevin McCarthy

Athletic Trainer

Athletic Trainer

Faculty Athletic Representative

Ronnie Akins Equipment Manager

Micki Watson

Susan Sargeant

Athletic Business Manager

Administrative Assistant

Brink Schoonmaker Cornelius Jackson Facilities Manager

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Jarrod Olson HEAD COACH • SIXTH SEASON The Sunshine State Conference Women’s Coach of the Year, Jarrod Olson guided the Moccasins to their best season in nine years last season (2010-11), winning the program’s first Sunshine State Conference regular season title since the 2004-05 season and the first SSC Tournament title since the 2002-03 campaign. The Moccasins’ 26-5 record was the best since an identical mark by the 1995-96 squad. Their 14-2 SSC record was the program’s best since the 14-0 record produced by the 1994-95 team. After suffering only their second SSC loss on Feb. 2, the Moccasins reeled off 11 straight wins that took them through the rest of the regular season, the SSC Tournament and the first round of the NCAA South Regional at Russellville, Ark. Making their first NCAA appearance under Olson and the first since the 2002-03 season, the Moccasins topped Ouachita Baptist 8774 in the first-round contest and were matched against fourth-ranked Delta State in the semifinals. Leading 65-62 with less than three minutes remaining, the Moccasins went cold from the field and saw Delta State come-from-behind to win 72-67. In addition to the SSC titles and NCAA bid, the Moccasins produced the SSC Women’s Player of the Year in Emma Cannon and were named the Polk County Women’s Collegiate Team of the Year. Improvement has been a trademark in the women’s basketball program under Olson. After an 11-17 rookie season, he guided the Lady Mocs to a 15-13 record in 2007-08, improved that to 18-10 in 2008-09 and 19-9 in 2009-10. His five-year record at Florida Southern is 89-54. His overall head coaching record for seven seasons is 112-89. Olson was hired at Florida Southern in June of 2006 after serving as an assistant women’s coach at NCAA Division I Creighton for four seasons. The Moccasins produced the Sunshine State Conference Women’s Freshman of the Year in each of Olson’s three seasons. Nicolle DiRai-

The Moccasins win total has increased each year under Coach Jarrod Olson who is in his sixth season at FSC.

Jarrod Olson is just the fifth coach in the program’s 34-year history at Florida Southern.

mo earned the award for the 2006-07 season. Chelsea Johnson was the recipient in 2007-08 and Megan Dzikas received the award for 200809. In Olson’s two previous head coaching positions improvement also came quickly. In the summer of 2005 he coached the Otago Breakers of the Women’s National Basketball League in Dunedin, New Zealand. The Breakers had finished in last place the previous season, but Olson helped lead the team to a second-place finish and a 9-3 record. For his efforts he was named WNBL Coach-of- the-Year. Olson also built the program at College of Saint Mary in Omaha, Neb. He was hired in 2000 as the third coach in the third year of the program. In his first campaign, the team began the season with just seven players, two of which had been student managers the year before. The team finished 5-20, but did beat the fifth-ranked team in the

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2011-12 Women’s Basketball country, College of the Ozarks, which was the first win against a ranked opponent in school history. The following year Olson’s team had a complete turnaround. Operating with a full roster, the team finished in second place in the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference with an 18-15 record. It was a 13-game improvement on the previous season, but more importantly, he helped establish the program and prepare it for future success. Olson would not see the future success of the program first hand, however. After two seasons as a head coach, he began a four-year stint at Creighton University as an assistant coach for the women’s team. Olson helped guide the team to a 75-49 record that included a pair of 24-win seasons. In 2004 the Bluejays won the Women’s National Invitation Tournament and during Olson’s tenure the team finished first or second in the Missouri Valley Conference three times. Olson began his coaching career as a graduate assistant for the women’s team at Emporia State (Kan.) in 1997-98. Emporia State was 33-1 and NCAA Division II runner-up that season under Cindy Stein, formerly the head women’s coach at the University of Missouri. Before taking the job at College of Saint Mary, Olson was an assistant men’s basketball coach for one year at Millard South High School in Omaha and an assistant men’s basketball coach at Bellevue (Neb.) University for one season. Olson also has had great success in developing players. For the Otago Breakers he coached two players who made first-team all-WNBL, including Laura Spanheimer, who was named guard-of- the-year. At Creighton he helped coach six players who earned all-conference honors in the Missouri Valley Conference. At the College of Saint Mary he coached two players who received all-conference honors, including Erin Corrigan, who was named player-of-the-year for the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference. While at Emporia State, he helped coach four players who received Division II All-America honors. As a player, Olson earned NAIA All-America recognition at Doane College in Crete, Neb., where he still ranks fifth on the school’s all-time scoring list with 2,018 career points. He also played briefly with the Queens Graduates basketball club in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and with the Sonics basketball club in Dunedin, New Zealand. In high school he was an all-state basketball player at Millard South High School in 1993 and played on the state championship team in 1991. Olson comes from a family with a rich basketball tradition. His father, Rich, has won three state championships as a high school girls’ coach in Nebraska, while his brother, Drew, is the head women’s basketball coach at Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska. Olson was married in 2003 to the former Amy Rollman. She is a former college basketball player and served as an assistant coach with her husband for the Otago Breakers. She currently works at Pediatric Therapy Services as an occupational therapist in Lakeland. The Olsons had their first child, a son (Eamon), born, Oct. 27, 2010.

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The Olsons Amy, Eamon, and Jarrod

THE OLSON FILE • • • As Head Coach • • • 2000-01

5-20

College of St. Mary’s

2001-02

18-15

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23-35

2005

9-3

9-3

2006-07

11-17

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2010-11

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Emporia State University*

2002-03

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Creighton University

2003-04

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Creighton University

2004-05

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Creighton University

2005-06

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Holly Borchers ASSISTANT COACH • SIXTH SEASON Holly Borchers enters her sixth season as the assistant women’s basketball coach at Florida Southern. In addition to her coaching duties, Borchers also serves as academic advisor for the entire FSC athletics department. Borchers came to FSC after a four-year stint as an assistant at Creighton University where she worked with the backcourt players and was the program’s recruiting coordinator. From 1997-2001, Borchers was an assistant at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. There she was responsible for player development, academic monitoring, recruiting, camps, and community relations. A four-year starting point guard at Creighton (1994-97), Borchers (formerly Holly Sivesind) finished her career ranked in the school’s top ten in ten different categories. The 1993-94 Missouri Valley Conference Freshman-of-the-Year also earned first team all-MVC honors, alltournament honors, and all-academic honors while playing for the Jays. A native of Sioux Falls, S.D., and a graduate of Roosevelt High School, Borchers was named Miss South Dakota Basketball in 1992 and was a USA TODAY All-America selection. She graduated from Creighton in 1997 with a double major in theology and psychology. In 2002 she earned a master’s degree in specialized ministry from United Theological Seminary and a master’s degree in mental health counseling from Wright State. She has been involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for the past 20 years and has served on the Leadership Board for the Southwest Ohio FCA. Her brother, John, was Mr. South Dakota Basketball in 1996 and

The Borchers Dean and Holly Vance, Seth and Aaron finished his college career as the career leader in three-point field goals at Colorado State University. Borchers’ husband, Dean, is a teacher in Lakeland. They have been married for 11 years and are the parents of three boys.

Fun at Photo Day!

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10 • Megan Dzikas SENIOR • 5-9 • GUARD • BRADENTON, FLA. JUNIOR SEASON (2010-11): HONORS … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in and started all 31 games … fourth on team in scoring (10.3) …scored season-high 21 points vs. Eckerd (2/16/11) … scored in double figures in 17 games … led team and third in SSC in assists (163) … had career-high 12 assists vs. St. Augustine’s (12/19/10) … ranked second in SSC in assist/ turnover ratio … second on team and sixth in SSC in 3-FG% (.419) … second on team and ninth in SSC in 3-FGM (65) … had at least one 3-FGM in all but three games with season-high of five four times … finished season ranked 15th in FSC career scoring with 1,086 points … ranked second in FSC career 3-FGM (181) and fourth in 3-FGA (470) … second on team in steals (45) … averaged 29.3 minutes to lead team … committed only 30 fouls all season and did not foul out of a game. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10): HONORS … All-SSC Honorable Mention … FSC Holiday Inn Classic All-Classic Team … Played in and started all 28 games … third on team and eighth in SSC in scoring (14.2) … scored season-high 24 points vs. Lewis (11/16/09) … scored in double figures in 20 games … scored 20 or more in 8 games … led team and SSC in FT% (.831, 6477) … was 8-8 in FT vs. Saint Rose (12/19/09) … second on team and fourth in SSC in 3-FGM (59) … had at least one 3-FGM in all but 2 games … led team and third in SSC in assists (115) … matched career-high in rebounds with 9 vs. Lewis (11/16/09) … matched career-high in assists with 8 vs. Ga. Southwestern (11/21/09) and P.R.-Piedras (11/25/09) … lead team in steals (48) … averaged 31.6 minutes, second on team … played entire 40 minutes in 76-71 win over Rollins (2/6/10) with 20 points, 8 rebounds … did not foul out of a game all season. FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09): HONORS … SSC Freshman of the Year … SSC All-Freshman Team … Played in all 28 games started 20 … third FSC freshman in three years to win SSC Freshman of the Year Award … second on team and eighth in SSC in scoring (13.3) … scored 24 points off the bench in her FSC debut vs. Ave Maria (11/15/08) … made first start vs. Millersville on 12/17/08, scored 15 points … scored season-high 30 points vs. Eckerd (2/18/09), was 11-19 FG, 6-11 3-FG, 2-2 FT … scored in double figures in 21 games … led team and ranked eighth in SSC in assists (101) … had season-high 8 assists vs. Tampa (1/21/09) … second on team and tied for fourth in SSC in 3-FGM (57) … third on team and ranked 9th in SSC in 3-FG% (.365) … had season-high 9 rebounds vs. P.R.-Bayamon (11/25/08) … had season-high 4 steals vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/2/08) … averaged 29.1 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from Manatee High School … averaged 15.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.7 steals as a senior … finished high school career as Manatee’s career scoring leader with 1,539 points … firstteam all-area, honorable mention all-state and team MVP as a junior and senior … also played on golf team at Manatee.

Dzikas’ FSC Career Game Highs Points 30 at Eckerd (2/18/09) Rebounds 9 vs. 3 teams Assists 12 vs. St. Augustine’s (12/19/10) Steals 6 vs. Tampa (1/20/10)

PERSONAL: Daughter of Martin and Marilyn Dzikas ... has an older brother ... member of FSC’s 2010-11 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... majoring in business management.

MEGAN DZIKAS’ FSC CAREER STATISTICS SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 2008-09 28 20 371 13.3 116 4.1 141 354 .398 57 156 .365 32 40 .800 50 1 101 79 13 37 815 29.1 2009-10 28 28 397 14.2 110 3.9 137 328 .418 59 159 .371 64 77 .831 34 0 115 69 10 48 885 31.6 2010-11 31 31 318 10.3 115 3.7 109 264 .413 65 155 .419 35 42 .833 30 0 163 75 1 45 909 29.3 CAREER 87 79 1086 12.5 341 3.9 387 946 .409 181 470 .385 131 159 .824 114 1 379 223 24 130 2609 30.0

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4 • Emily Grayson JUNIOR • 5-7 • GUARD • NEW BERLIN, WISC.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010-11): Played in 13 games … averaged 1.3 points and 0.6 rebounds … scored season-high six points vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/29/11) … had career-high three rebounds vs. Eckerd (1/12/11) … hit 7 of 8 three-pointers for the season … averaged 4.9 minutes. FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10): Played in 11 games … averaged. 2.1 points and 0.3 rebounds … scored season-high 11 points with 3 threepointers and 3 assists in 25 minutes vs. P.R.-Rio Piedras (11/25/09) … hit 7 of 15 three-pointers for the season … averaged 5.6 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2009): Graduated from Nathan Hale High School … four-year performer in basketball … averaged 13.3 points as a senior … first-team all-conference selection … also played soccer … named to school’s academic honor roll all four years. PERSONAL: Daughter of James and Janet Grayson ... father is director of sales for NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks ... one of two children ... majoring in accounting.

Grayson’s FSC Career Game Highs Points 11 vs. P.R.-Rio Piedras (11/25/09) Rebounds 3 vs. Eckerd (1/12/11) Assists 3 vs. P.R.-Rio Piedras (11/25/09) Steals 1 vs. Indianapolis (12/18/10); Palm Beach Atlantic (1/29/11)

EMILY GRAYSON’S FSC CAREER STATISTICS SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 2009-10 11 0 23 2.1 3 0.3 8 17 .471 7 15 .467 0 3 .000 5 0 6 10 1 0 62 5.6 2010-11 13 0 17 1.3 8 0.6 4 16 .250 2 11 .182 7 8 .875 8 0 6 7 0 2 64 4.9 CAREER 24 0 40 1.7 11 0.5 12 33 .364 9 26 .346 7 11 .636 13 0 12 17 1 2 126 5.3

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33 • Michaela Hawley SENIOR • 6-1 • FORWARD • NAPLES, FLA. JUNIOR SEASON (2010-11): HONORS … All-SSC Honorable Mention … Played in and started all but one game … third on team in scoring (13.0) and second in rebounding (5.4) … 11th in SSC in scoring and 16th in rebounding … led team and SSC in FG% (.590) … third on team and sixth in SSC in FT% (.774) … second on team and ninth in SSC in blocks (30) … had season scoring high of 27 points (11-14 FG) vs. St. Augustine’s (12/19/10) … scored in double figures in 22 games … had season rebounding high of 14 vs. Ouachita Baptist (3/11/11) … had three double-doubles – 19 points/11 rebounds vs. Saint Leo (1/5/11), 20 points/11 rebounds vs. Tampa (2/23/11), 14 points/14 rebounds vs. Ouachita Baptist (3/11/11) … averaged 27.0 minutes … finished season ranked 11th in FSC career scoring (1,182 points) and 20th in career rebounding (516). SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10): HONORS … All-SSC Second Team … Team MVP … Played in and started all 28 games … second on team in scoring (17.6) and rebounding (7.4) … third in SSC in scoring and sixth in rebounding … scored career-high 38 points in 99-93 (OT) win at Nova Southeastern (1/27/10), was 16-25 FG, 6-8 FT with season-high 13 rebounds … also scored 30 points vs. Fla. Tech (2/3/10) … was 10-10 on FT vs. Lynn (2/13/10) and 11-12 vs. Nova Southeastern (2/27/10) … scored in double figures in 25 games … had 11 games with 20 or more points … had 8 games with double figure rebounds … shared team lead with 8 double-doubles … led team or shared team lead in scoring in 10 games … led team or shared team in rebounds in 13 games … led team in blocks (33) … averaged 28.4 minutes … played entire 45 minutes in OT win at Nova Southeastern (1/27/10). FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09): HONORS … SSC All-Freshman Team … SSC Player of the Week 12/22/08 … Played in 25 games, started 20 … missed 3 games with an injury … third on team in scoring and rebounding … ranked 13th in SSC in scoring, 15th in rebounding … had 10 points, 6 rebounds in FSC debut vs. Ave Maria (11/15/08) … scored season-high 26 points twice, vs. West Fla. (12/13/08) and Lenoir-Rhyne (12/18/08), went 10-13 FG in each game … led team and ranked third in SSC in FG% (.515) … scored in double figures in 13 games … had season-high 14 rebounds vs. Fla. Tech (1/3/09) … led team in rebounds 9 times … had 3 double-doubles (points/rebounds) … had season-high 3 assists five times … had season-high 4 steals vs. Ave Maria (11/15/08) … averaged 27.2 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from Barron Collier High School … helped lead Barron Collier to 5A state championship and a 31-3 record as a senior … averaged 11.5 points and 5.1 rebounds … had 19 points in state semifinal game, going 8-8 from the field … second-team all-state selection … scored over 1,000 points in her career.

Hawley’s FSC Career Game Highs Points 38 vs. Nova Southeastern (1/27/10) Rebounds 14 vs. Florida Tech (1/3/09); Ouachita Baptist (3/11/11) Assists 6 vs. Eckerd (1/12/11) Steals 4 vs. Ave Maria (11/15/08)

PERSONAL … Daughter of Brian and Dianna Hawley ... has two older brothers ... majoring in public relations. MICHAELA HAWLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 2008-09 25 20 301 12.0 146 5.8 119 231 .515 4 16 .250 59 86 .686 77 4 30 38 16 29 680 27.2 2009-10 28 28 492 17.6 207 7.4 191 410 .466 6 15 .400 104 155 .671 82 4 29 54 33 33 794 28.4 2010-11 30 30 389 13.0 163 5.4 160 271 .590 4 18 .222 65 84 .774 81 2 58 61 30 23 809 27.0 CAREER 83 78 1182 14.2 516 6.2 470 912 .515 14 49 .286 228 325 .702 240 10 117 153 79 85 2283 27.5

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15 • Alexis Hochstetler JUNIOR • 5-9 • FORWARD • SARASOTA, FLA.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010-11): Played in 16 games … averaged 1.4 points and 1.6 rebounds … had season-high four points twice – vs. Flagler (12/11/10) and vs. Nova Southeastern (1/26/11) … had season-high five rebounds vs. P.R.-Bayamon (11/27/10) … averaged 5.5 minutes. FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10): HONORS … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in 20 games … had season-high 10 points and season-high 5 rebounds vs. P.R.-Rio Piedras (11/25/09), was 5-6 from the field … was 13-24 from the field for the season … averaged 6.1 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2009): Graduated from Sarasota Christian School … four-year performer in basketball, volleyball and softball … 1A first-team all-state selection as a junior and senior … second-team all-state as a sophomore … four-year starter in basketball … helped lead team to state semifinals all four years … played in state title game three times … team was 22-8 as a senior … member of National Honor Society and school’s academic honor roll. PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Janelle Hochstetler ... mother was her basketball coach in high school ... one of three children ... majoring in biochemistry.

Hochstetler’s FSC Career Game Highs Points 10 vs. P.R.-Rio Piedras (11/25/09) Rebounds 5 vs. 3 teams Assists 2 vs. Florida Tech (1/2/10) Steals 2 vs. P.R.-Bayamon (11/23/10)

ALEXIS HOCHSTETLER’s FSC CAREER STATISTICS SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 2009-10 20 0 34 1.7 20 1.0 13 24 .542 1 2 .500 7 15 .467 16 0 3 13 0 1 122 6.1 2010-11 16 0 23 1.4 26 1.6 8 23 .348 3 12 .250 4 8 .500 7 0 9 6 0 3 88 5.5 CAREER 36 0 57 1.6 46 1.3 21 47 .447 4 14 .286 11 23 .478 23 0 12 19 0 4 210 5.8

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12 – Morgan Lamberg

SOPHOMORE • 5-11 • FORWARD • MUKWONAGO, WISC. FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11): HONORS … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in 21 games … averaged 3.4 points and 1.7 rebounds … scored season-high 12 points twice – vs. Flagler (12/11/10) and vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/29/11) … had season-high eight rebounds vs. Flagler (12/11/10) … shot 50.8% from the field (31-61) and 71.4% from the free throw line (10-14) … had season-high three assists vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/29/11) … played season-high 17 minutes vs. Saint Leo (2/9/11) … averaged 7.4 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2010): Graduated from Mukwonago High School … first-team all-conference selection in basketball as a senior … averaged 11.2 points and 9.0 rebounds … all-area and all-region selection as a junior and senior … holds school’s career rebounding record … named to high school academic honor roll. PERSONAL: Daughter of Guy and Laura Lamberg … majoring in biology (pre-med).

Lamberg’s FSC Career Game Highs Points 12 vs. Rebounds 8 vs. Assists 3 vs. Steals 1 vs.

Flagler (12/11/10); Palm Beach Atlantic (1/29/11) Flagler (12/11/10) Palm Beach Atlantic (1/29/11) 5 teams

MORGAN LAMBERG’S FSC CAREER STATISTICS SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 2010-11 21 0 72 3.4 36 1.7 31 61 .508 0 0 .000 10 14 .714 22 1 8 14 5 5 156 7.4 CAREER 21 0 72 3.4 36 1.7 31 61 .508 0 0 .000 10 14 .714 22 1 8 14 5 5 156 7.4

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3 – Sofie Lundberg SENIOR • 6-0 • FORWARD • SODERKOPING, SWEDEN

JUNIOR SEASON (2010-11): HONORS … D-II Academic Achievement Award … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in all but one game, started one … averaged 5.9 points and 2.1 rebounds … had season scoring high of 16 points off the bench vs. Eckerd (1/12/11) … scored in double figures in seven games … only start came on 2/9/11 vs. Saint Leo, scored 12 points with season-high six rebounds in 20 minutes … tied for third on team in 3-FGM with 34 … had four three-pointers twice (11/20/10) vs. Armstrong Atlantic and (1/12/11) vs. Eckerd … ranked 11th in SSC in 3-FG% (.362) … averaged 14.2 minutes. Transferred to FSC from Northeast Community College in Nebraska PRIOR TO FSC: AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10): Helped lead Northeast CC to a 22-10 record last season … averaged 15.8 points … named to All-Region IX team and all-tournament team … named honorary captain of Omaha World-Herald’s All-Nebraska JC Women’s Team … graduated with 3.95 GPA. ASA FRESHMAN (2008-09): Helped lead Northeast CC to a 25-7 record as a freshman … averaged 8.0 points and 3.0 rebounds … named to Region IX all-tournament team … also named to Region IX all-academic team. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from Hagagymnasiet in Noirkoping, Sweden … played basketball all four years. PERSONAL: Daughter of Hans and Birgitta Lundberg … youngest of four children … majoring in psychology. Lundberg’s FSC Career Game Highs Points 16 vs. Rebounds 6 vs. Assists 3 vs. Steals 2 vs.

Eckerd (1/12/11) Saint Leo (2/9/11) P.R.-Bayamon (11/23/10) Lynn (1/15/11); Ouachita Baptist (3/11/11)

SOFIE SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG 2010-11 30 1 178 5.9 62 2.1 CAREER 30 1 178 5.9 62 2.1

LUNDBERG’S FSC CAREER STATISTICS FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 64 164 .415 34 94 .362 8 12 .667 38 1 21 31 6 10 425 14.2 64 164 .415 34 94 .362 8 12 .667 38 1 21 31 6 10 425 14.2

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5 – Taylor Maldonado SOPHOMORE • 5-4 • GUARD • STROUDSBURG, PA. FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11): HONORS … SSC All-Freshman Team … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Saint Leo Sleep Inn Classic All-Classic Team … Played in all 31 games, started two … averaged 8.7 points and 2.6 rebounds … started first two games of the season in place of Chelsea Johnson, who was injured … scored 16 points with six rebounds and seasonhigh six assists in FSC debut … had season-high 17 points, six rebounds and four assists in second start to make All-Classic Team at Saint Leo Sleep Inn Classic … scored in double figures 11 times off the bench … had season-high six rebounds three times – vs. Mary, N.D. (11/19/10), Armstrong Atlantic (11/20/10) and Florida Tech (1/2/11) … tied for third on team with 34 3-FGM … ranked 14th in SSC in 3-FG% (.354) … had season-high three steals vs. Rollins (2/19/11) … averaged 21.5 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2010): Graduated from Allentown Central Catholic High School … four-year performer in basketball, three-year starter … team captain as a senior … team captain and MVP as a senior … averaged 12.0 points, 4 assists and 3 rebounds as senior, as team went 27-3 … helped lead team to four district titles and three conference titles … helped team reach state quarterfinals twice, as a junior and a senior … graduated magna cum laude. PERSONAL: Daughter of Joseph and Lori Maldonado … has five sisters, two brothers … majoring in human movement and performance.

Maldonado’s FSC Career Game Highs Points 17 vs. Armstrong Atlantic (11/20/10) Rebounds 6 vs. 3 teams Assists 6 vs. Mary, N.D. (11/19/10) Steals 6 vs. Clayton State (11/26/10)

TAYLOR MALDONADO’S FSC CAREER STATISTICS SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 2010-11 31 2 269 8.7 81 2.6 100 238 .420 34 96 .354 35 52 .673 56 1 68 53 0 28 666 21.5 CAREER 31 2 269 8.7 81 2.6 100 238 .420 34 96 .354 35 52 .673 56 1 68 53 0 28 666 21.5

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20 • Danielle Walsh SENIOR • 5-8 • GUARD • EDGEWATER, FLA.

JUNIOR SEASON (2010-11): HONORS … D-II Academic Achievement Award … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in 26 games … averaged 1.5 points and 2.1 rebounds … matched scoring career-high with eight points off the bench vs. P.R.-Bayamon (11/23/10) … had season rebounding high of five vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/29/11) … had season-high five assists vs. Lynn (1/15/11) … matched career-high in steals with three vs. Flagler (12/11/10) … averaged 11.2 minutes. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10): HONORS … NCAA-II Academic Achievement Award … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in all 28 games, started one … team’s top reserve off the bench … scored career-high eight points twice vs. P.R.-Bayamon (11/20/09) and P.R. Rio Piedras (11/25/09) in only start … had career-high 10 rebounds vs. New York Tech (12/30/09) … had career-high 6 assists twice vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/23/10) and Nova Southeastern (1/27/10) … had career-high 3 steals vs. Barry (12/5/09) … averaged 19.1 minutes. FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09): HONORS … SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in 22 games, no starts … had 4 points, 3 rebounds in FSC debut vs. Ave Maria (11/15/08) … had season-high 6 points, 5 rebounds vs. P.R.-Rio Piedras (11/26/08) … had season-high 2 assists three times … had season-high 2 steals vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/2/08) … averaged 8.4 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from New Smyrna Beach High School … averaged 16.7 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists as a senior … first-team all-area selection … also played softball and competed on swimming team … salutatorian of senior class. Walsh’s FSC Career Game Highs

PERSONAL: Daughter of Tom and Eve Walsh ... member of FSC’s 201011 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... majoring in mathematics.

Points 8 vs. 3 teams Rebounds 10 vs. New York Tech (12/30/09) Assists 6 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/23/10) at Nova Southeastern (1/27/10) Steals 3 at Barry (12/5/09); Flagler (12/11/10)

DANIELLE WALSH’S FSC CAREER STATISTICS SEASON GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. 2008-09 22 0 34 1.5 21 1.0 12 48 .250 5 24 .208 5 12 .417 22 0 8 15 0 4 184 8.4 2009-10 28 1 85 3.0 93 3.3 31 96 .323 12 46 .261 11 16 .688 60 0 52 38 0 17 536 19.1 2010-11 26 0 40 1.5 54 2.1 15 50 .300 6 23 .261 4 10 .400 21 0 34 22 0 13 290 11.2 CAREER 76 1 159 2.1 168 2.2 58 194 .299 23 93 .247 20 38 .526 103 0 94 75 0 34 1010 13.3

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22 – Melanie Ducott JUNIOR • 5-7 • GUARD • NORTH LAUDERDALE, FLA. Transferred to FSC from Miami-Dade CC 2010-11 SEASON (at Miami-Dade CC): Played in 25 games … averaged 8.8 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.4 steals for Miami-Dade … helped lead team to conference tournament championship … first-team all-conference selection. 2009-10 SEASON (at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Ga): Played in 10 games … averaged 5.6 points. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2009): Graduated from Blanche Ely High School in Pompano Beach. PERSONAL: Daughter of Everton and Ingrid Ducott … has three sisters and one brother … majoring in business.

11 – Tracy Fosterling JUNIOR • 5-10 • GUARD/FORWARD • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Transferred to FSC from Otero JC (Colo.) 2010-11 SEASON (at Otero JC): Played in all 31 games for Otero’s 25-6 team … averaged 10.9 points and 7.3 rebounds … had season scoring high of 23 points vs. Clarendon … had season rebounding high of 16 vs. McCook … had five double-doubles … had double figures in rebounds in nine games … named to all-region team and region all-tournament team … member of all-academic tea, both years. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2009): Graduated from Rio Rancho High School … played basketball all four years … all-state selection and team MVP in 2009 … averaged 15 points, seven rebounds as a senior. PERSONAL: Daughter of Lawrence and Terri Linssen … has an older brother and sister … majoring in broadcasting.

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13 - Indre Mikelenaite SOPHOMORE • 5-9 • GUARD • GAINESVILLE, FLA.

Transferred to FSC from Marshalltown CC (Iowa) 2010-11 SEASON: Second-team JC All-America selection … led Marshalltown in scoring with a 14.9 average … had season scoring high of 35 points vs. Black Hawk College … also scored 34 vs. Loras … scored in double figures in 23 of 32 games … second on team in 3-FGM with 36 … shot 80% from free throw line (96-120) to lead team. HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2009): Graduated from The Rock High School in Gainesville, Fla. … named team’s top defensive player as a junior and athlete of the year as a senior ... named scholar-athlete as a senior. PERSONAL: Daughter of Daiva and Gintaras Mikelenaite … one of three children … majoring in sports management … was born and raised in Lithuania.

1 – Shelby Wheeler FRESHMAN • 5-4 • GUARD • GREENWICH, OHIO

HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2011): Graduated from South Central High School … played basketball all four years … averaged 8.0 points, 5.2 assists, 3.0 steals as a senior … also played golf three years. PERSONAL: Daughter of Ty and Mandy Wheeler … one of three children … majoring in communications.

Defending Champ Lady Mocs Tabbed For Third In SSC Preseason Poll The Moccasins are the defending champions, but Rollins

has been made the favorite to win this year’s Sunshine State Conference women’s basketball title according to the SSC preseason poll of the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. The Tars collected nine first-place votes and 175 points to edge Tampa for the top spot in the poll. Voters could not vote for their own team. Tampa received six first-place votes and 170 points. The Moccasins tallied one first-place vote and 142 points. Rollins returns four starters from last season’s 21-8 squad. Coach Jarrod Olson returns senior starters Michaela Hawley and Megan Dzikas, but has to replace last season’s SSC Player of the Year Emma Cannon, four-time All-SSC selection Chelsea Johnson and Tanja Speaker from his 26-5 squad that won the SSC regular season and tournament titles and reached the NCAA South Regional semifinals.

Sunshine State Conference 2011-12 Preseason Poll Rank - Team (1st Place Votes)

Points

1 - Rollins (9)...............................175 2 - Tampa (6)................................170 3 - Florida Southern (1).............142 4 - Eckerd.................................... 118 5 - Barry (2)..................................109 6 - Florida Tech............................106 7 - Nova Southeastern...................70 8 - Saint Leo..................................44 9 - Lynn .........................................38

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(26-5) - FLORIDA SOUTHERN 2010-11 STATISTICS - (26-5) PLAYER GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. Cannon, Emma 31 31 487 15.7 375 12.1 185 374 .495 21 51 .412 96 128 .750 77 2 36 100 38 48 815 26.3 Johnson, Chelsea 32 29 438 14.1 109 3.5 145 335 .433 72 171 .421 76 86 .884 51 0 104 62 9 41 872 28.1 Hawley, Michaela 30 30 389 13.0 163 5.4 160 271 .590 4 18 .222 65 84 .774 81 2 58 61 30 23 809 27.0 Dzikas, Megan 31 31 318 10.3 115 3.7 109 264 .413 65 155 .419 35 42 .833 30 0 163 75 1 45 909 29.3 Maldonado, Taylor 31 2 269 8.7 81 2.6 100 238 .420 34 96 .354 35 52 .673 56 1 68 53 0 28 666 21.5 Lundberg, Sofie 30 1 178 5.9 62 2.1 68 164 .415 34 94 .362 8 12 .667 38 1 21 31 6 10 425 14.2 Speaker, Tanja 31 31 147 4.7 115 3.7 52 150 .347 27 91 .297 16 22 .727 39 0 101 39 6 41 901 29.1 Lamberg, Morgan 21 0 72 3.4 36 1.7 31 61 .508 0 0 .000 10 14 .714 22 1 8 14 5 5 156 7.4 Walsh, Danielle 26 0 40 1.5 54 2.1 15 50 .300 6 23 .261 4 10 .400 21 0 34 22 0 13 290 11.2 Hochstetler, Alexis 16 0 23 1.4 26 1.6 8 23 .248 3 12 .250 4 8 .500 7 0 9 6 0 3 88 5.5 Grayson, Emily 13 0 17 1.3 8 0.6 4 16 .250 2 11 .182 7 8 .875 8 0 6 7 0 2 64 4.9 Benson, Brittany 11 0 11 1.0 10 0.9 4 12 .333 1 2 .500 2 2 1.000 2 0 3 3 0 1 43 3.9 Bell, Deneen 21 0 16 0.8 12 0.6 5 18 .278 0 0 .000 6 13 .462 13 0 4 14 2 0 122 5.8 Pisacano, Stephanie 11 0 8 0.7 10 0.9 3 12 .250 1 6 .167 1 3 .333 4 0 4 3 0 1 39 3.5 TEAM 104 3.6 6 MOCCASINS 31 2413 77.8 1280 41.3 889 1988 .447 270 730 .370 365 484 .754 449 7 619 496 97 261 6200 OPPONENTS 31 1950 62.9 1148 37.0 732 1926 .380 160 527 .304 326 464 .703 462 10 382 545 74 265 6200

(14-2) - SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE - (14-2) PLAYER GP GS PTS AVG. REB AVG FG AT FG% 3P AT 3P% FT AT FT% PF D AS TO BL ST MIN AVG. Johnson, Chelsea 16 16 255 15.9 63 3.9 82 191 .429 44 96 .458 47 51 .922 24 0 67 21 5 24 471 29.4 Cannon, Emma 16 16 145 15.3 196 12.3 93 198 .470 9 28 .321 50 66 .758 45 1 20 57 18 22 430 26.9 Hawley, Michaela 15 15 189 12.6 85 5.7 77 140 .550 1 5 .200 34 43 .791 41 1 30 25 15 12 423 28.2 Dzikas, Megan 16 16 181 11.3 58 3.6 63 148 .426 42 97 .433 13 14 .929 16 0 70 36 0 21 474 29.6 Maldonado, Taylor 16 0 127 7.9 40 2.5 45 112 .402 15 47 .319 22 29 .759 24 1 35 29 0 16 348 21.8 Lundberg, Sofie 16 1 96 6.0 33 2.1 33 85 .388 22 52 .423 8 12 .667 24 1 8 17 2 4 222 13.9 Speaker, Tanja 16 16 70 4.4 60 3.8 25 80 .313 13 49 .265 7 9 .778 16 0 50 21 3 24 489 30.6 Lamberg, Morgan 13 0 26 2.0 15 1.2 10 26 .385 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 18 1 1 6 2 2 69 5.3 Hochstetler, Alexis 9 0 9 1.0 10 1.1 4 7 .571 1 4 .250 0 1 .000 1 0 4 1 0 0 31 3.4 Walsh, Danielle 15 0 14 0.9 25 1.7 5 20 .250 2 9 .222 2 7 .286 15 0 12 7 0 6 144 9.6 Benson, Brittany 6 0 5 0.8 5 0.8 2 5 .400 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 0 2 1 0 0 15 2.5 Pisacano, Stephanie 5 0 4 0.8 4 0.8 1 5 .200 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 2.2 Grayson, Emily 6 0 3 0.5 4 0.7 1 5 .200 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2 0 0 16 2.7 Bell, Deneen 13 0 6 0.5 5 0.4 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 8 0 3 6 0 0 56 4.3 TEAM 56 3.5 3 MOCCASINS 16 1230 76.9 659 41.2 443 1028 .431 152 394 .386 192 246 .780 234 5 304 232 45 131 3200 OPPONENTS 16 1008 63.0 600 37.5 375 982 .382 77 267 .288 181 255 .710 223 5 185 258 45 117 3200

2010-11 SEASON GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS DATE OPPONENT 11/19 # Mary-North Dakota 11/20 # Armstrong Atlantic 11/23 Puerto Rico-Bayamon 11/26 $ Clayton State 11/27 $ Puerto Rico-Bayamon 12/09 at Palm Beach Atlantic 12/11 Flagler 12/18 % Indianapolis 12/19 % St. Augustine’s 1/02 Florida Tech* 1/05 at Saint Leo* 1/08 at Barry* 1/12 Eckerd* 1/15 Lynn* 1/19 at Tampa* 1/22 at Rollins* 1/26 Nova Southeastern*

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FS OP 77 71 82 65 78 56 73 82 81 56 81 65 95 41 60 78 87 67 78 57 88 64 65 53 84 46 84 61 77 72 63 85 86 56

FSC HIGH PTS Cannon-22 Maldonado-17 Hawley-13 Dzikas-19 Cannon-16 Hawley-21 Johnson-20 Hawley-14 Hawley-27 Johnson-21 Hawley-19 Johnson-14 Cannon-17 Maldonado-16 Johnson-21 Johnson-19 Cannon-18

FSC HIGH REB. Cannon-11 Cannon-8 Cannon-8 Cannon-16 Cannon/Maldonado-5 Cannon-10 Lamberg-8 Cannon-5 Cannon-17 Cannon-12 Hawley-11 Cannon-9 Cannon-8 Cannon-16 Cannon-17 Cannon-9 Cannon-15

DATE OPPONENT FS OP FSC HIGH PTS FSC HIGH REB. 1/29 Palm Beach Atlantic W 90 37 Cannon/Lamberg-12 Cannon-11 2/02 at Florida Tech* L 68 75 Johnson-22 Cannon-15 2/05 Barry* W 60 50 Cannon-17 Speaker-13 2/09 Saint Leo* W 73 49 Johnson-13 Cannon-12 2/12 at Lynn* W 90 71 Cannon-21 Cannon-12 2/16 at Eckerd* W 77 69 Dzikas-21 Cannon-14 2/19 Rollins* W 87 63 Cannon-21 Cannon-16 2/23 Tampa* W 73 70 Johnson-21 Cannon/Hawley-11 2/26 at Nova Southeastern* W 77 67 Johnson-17 Hawley-11 3/02 Barry** W 66 52 Cannon-23 Cannon-15 3/05 vs Eckerd** W 80 60 Cannon-24 Cannon-21 3/06 vs Florida Tech** W 79 66 Johnson-29 Cannon-17 3/11 vs Ouachita Baptist*** W 87 74 Johnson-22 Cannon/Hawley-14 3/12 vs Delta State*** L 67 72 Johnson-21 Cannon-14 # Saint Leo Sleep Inn Classic $ Eckerd Classic % - FSC Holiday Inn South Classic * Sunshine State Conference Game ** SSC Tournament (at Florida Tech) *** NCAA South Regional (at Russellville, Ark.)


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MOCCASIN ALL-AMERICANS

Kim Disbro 1986-87 First Team

Kelly Charron 1994-95 Honorable Mention

Antonia Newman 2000-01 2002-03 Honorable Mention

Tarra Blackwell 1995-96 1996-97 1998-99 Honorable Mention

Lucresia West 2001-02 2003-04 2004-05 First Team 2002-03 Honorable Mention

Melissa Brown 2000-01 Honorable Mention

Emma Cannon 2010-11 Honorable Mention

MOC MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 1977-78 .............. Denise Sanscrainte 1978-79 ....................... Sue Kirkwood 1979-80 .............. Denise Sanscrainte 1980-81 .............................. Jody Kay 1981-82 ......................... Deidre Lane 1982-83 ......................... Deidre Lane 1983-84 ................. Robin Rosemeier 1984-85 ......................... Deidre Lane 1985-86 ......................... Kelly Carson 1986-87 ........................... Kim Disbro 1987-88 ................... Carolyn Harmon 1988-89 ................... Carolyn Harmon

1989-90 ........................... Kim Billeter 1990-91 ................ Stacey Ungashick 1991-92 ................ Stacey Ungashick 1992-93.................. Stacey Ungashick 1993-94......................... Kelly Charron 1994-95......................... Kelly Charron 1995-96.................. Allison Gerdeman 1996-97.............................. Julie Lyeki 1997-98 ......................Tarra Blackwell 1998-99.............................. Julie Lyeki 1999-00........................... Tasha Smith 2000-01........................Melissa Brown

2001-02........................ Lucresia West 2002-03........................ Lucresia West 2003-04........................ Lucresia West 2004-05........................ Lucresia West 2005-06.................... Sarah Pavelecky 2006-07..................... (None Selected) 2008-09................... Chelsea Johnson 2008-09................... Chelsea Johnson 2009-10....................Michaela Hawley 2010-11........................ Emma Cannon

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CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT 1981-82 Robin Rosemeier, Deidre Lane 1982-83 Holly Butterfield, Deidre Lane 1983-84 Kelly Carson, Robin Rosemeier, Kim Disbro 1984-85 Kelly Carson, Janet Reynolds, Kim Disbro 1985-86 Kelly Carson (MVP) Kim Disbro, Teri Komer, Lisa Howard 1986-87 Kim Disbro (MVP) Shannon Woods, Angie Norman 1987-88 Nanci Parks, Carolyn Harmon 1988-89 Nanci Parks (MVP), Carolyn Harmon

TARRA BLACKWELL

LUCRESIA WEST

TOP 20 CAREER SCORERS

TOP 20 CAREER REBOUNDERS

1. Tarra Blackwell (95-98) ...............2,037 2. Chelsea Johnson (08-11)............2,001 3. Lucresia West (02-05)  ...............1,958 4. Kim Disbro (84-87)......................1,884 5. Stacey Ungashick (90-93) ..........1,786 6. Kelly Charron (92-95)................ 1,506 7. Keisha Richardson (93-96)..........1,487 8. Alicia Evans (98-01) ...................1,395 9. Nanci Parks (86-89) ...................1,328 10. Kelly Carson (83-86)...................1,184 11. Michaela Hawley (09-11)............1,182 12. Deidre Lane (82-85) ...................1,177 13. Angie Norman (86-89).................1,174 14. Antonia Newman (99-01,03) .......1,164 15. Megan Dzikas (09-11)................1,086 16. Tasha Smith (97-00)....................1,079 17. Melissa Brown (98-01) ...............1,053 18. Kim Billeter (87-90)......................1,040 19. Allison Gerdeman (93-96).......... 1,016 20. Monique Bunch (01-02, 04-05).......971

1. Lucresia West (02-04) .................1056 2. Antonia Newman (99-01,03)...........979 3. Tarra Blackwell (95-98) ..................901 4. Kim Disbro (84-87).........................867 5. Monique Bunch (01-02, 04-05).......833 6. Denise Sanscrainte (78-81) .......... 774 7. Keisha Richardson (93-96).............769 8. Deidre Lane (82-85) ......................766 9. Allison Gerdeman (93-96)..............700 10. Willamina Folks (05-08)..................637 11. Tasha Smith (97-00).......................599 12. Angie Norman (86-89)....................588 13. Stacey Ungashick (90-93)..............580 14. Nicolle DiRaimo (07-10).................577 15. Nanci Parks (86-89).......................571 16. Tina Gillems (00-03).......................559 17. Lisa Mason (80-83)........................545 18. Kim Billeter (87-90).........................539 19. Angie Smith (93-96)........................520 20. Michaela Hawley (09-11)..............516

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1989-90 Stacey Ungashick 1991-92 Stacey Ungashick, Kelly Charrron 1992-93 Kelly Charron, Allison Gerdeman 1993-94 Cindy Shannon (MVP), Tracy Salmon 1994-95 Kelly Charron (Co-MVP) Keisha Richardson 1995-96 Tarra Blackwell (MVP) Terri Davis 1997-98 Tarra Blackwell (MVP), Heather Tuel 1998-99 Julie Lyeki, Melissa Brown 1999-00 Tasha Smith 2000-01 Antonia Newman 2002-03 Lucresia West (MVP), Tina Gillems, Jamie Atkins 2003-04 Lucresia West 2010-11 Emma Cannon (MVP) Chelsea Johnson


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ALL-SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE 1981-82 Deidre Lane.................................First Team Holly Butterfield..................... Second Team Robin Rosemeier................... Second Team Jody Kay........................ Honorable Mention Lisa Mason.................... Honorable Mention 1982-83 Deidre Lane.................................First Team Holly Butterfield..................... Second Team Janet Reynolds...................... Second Team Kelly Carson.......................... Second Team Robin Rosemeier........... Honorable Mention 1983-84 Deidre Lane.................................First Team Kelly Carson.......................... Second Team Janet Reynolds.............. Honorable Mention Robin Rosemeier........... Honorable Mention 1984-85 Kelly Carson (MVP).....................First Team Kim Disbro...................................First Team Deidre Lane.................................First Team Janet Reynolds...................... Second Team Cindy Galbicka.............. Honorable Mention 1985-86 Kim Disbro (MVP)........................First Team Kelly Carson................................First Team Lisa Howard.......................... Second Team Teri Komer.....................Honorable Mention 1986-87 Kim Disbro (MVP)........................First Team Teri Komer.....................Honorable Mention Nanci Parks................... Honorable Mention 1987-88 Nanci Parks.................................First Team Angie Norman.............................First Team Kim Billeter............................ Second Team Carolyn Harmon.................... Second Team Stacey Kreul.............. Freshman of the Year 1988-89 Carolyn Harmon..........................First Team Nanci Parks........................... Second Team Angie Norman....................... Second Team Kim Billeter.................... Honorable Mention Julie Milford.................. All-Freshman Team 1989-90 Kim Billeter............................ Second Team Stacey Ungashick......... All-Freshman Team

1990-91 Stacey Ungashick........................First Team Ladreda Borom.............. Honorable Mention Rhonda Ross................. Honorable Mention Angie Robinson......... Freshman of the Year Amy Conklin................. All-Freshman Team 1991-92 Stacey Ungashick........................First Team Julie Milford............................... Third Team Kelly Charron................ All-Freshman Team 1992-93 Stacey Ungashick........................First Team Kelly Charron......................... Second Team Allison Gerdeman...... Freshman of the Year Keisha Richardson....... All-Freshman Team 1993-94 Kelly Charron ..............................First Team Keisha Richardson................ Second Team 1994-95 Kelly Charron (MVP)...................First Team Tarra Blackwell............................First Team Keisha Richardson................ Second Team Tarra Blackwell............. All-Freshman Team Aesha Brown................ All-Freshman Team 1995-96 Tarra Blackwell............................First Team Keisha Richardson......................First Team Allison Gerdeman.................. Second Team 1996-97 Tarra Blackwell............................First Team Julie Lyeki ............................. Second Team 1997-98 Tarra Blackwell (MVP).................First Team Julie Lyeki...................... Honorable Mention Alicia Evans.................. All-Freshman Team 1998-99 Julie Lyeki...................... Honorable Mention Rongi Bethea................ All-Freshman Team 1999-00 Tasha Smith.................................First Team Alicia Evans........................... Second Team 2000-01 Melissa Brown.............................First Team Antonia Newman................... Second Team Monique Bunch............ All-Freshman Team

2001-02 Lucresia West........................ Second Team Lucresia West............ Freshman of the Year Brook Kohlheim............ All-Freshman Team Jaime Atkins................. All-Freshman Team 2002-03 Lucresia West..............................First Team Antonia Newman................... Second Team 2003-04 Lucresia West.................. Player of the Year Lucresia West..............................First Team Meghana Saoji............. All-Freshman Team Erica Smith................... All-Freshman Team 2004-05 Lucresia West.................. Player of the Year Lucresia West..............................First Team Monique Bunch...........................First Team 2005-06 Sarah Pavelecky................... Second Team 2006-07 Nicolle DiRaimo......... Freshman of the Year 2008-09 Chelsea Johnson.........................First Team Emer Foley............................ Second Team Chelsea Johnson....... Freshman of the Year Kquanise Byrd.............. All-Freshman Team 2008-09 Chelsea Johnson.........................First Team Megan Dzikas........... Freshman of the Year Michaela Hawley......... All-Freshman Team 2009-10 Chelsea Johnson.........................First Team Michaela Hawley.................. Second Team Megan Dzikas............... Honorable Mention 2010-11 Emma Cannon................ Player of the Year Chelsea Johnson.........................First Team Michaela Hawley.......... Honorable Mention Taylor Maldonado....... All-Freshman Team Jarrod Olson..................Coach of the Year

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INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM RECORDS POINTS GAME: 43 - Kim Disbro (vs. Rollins, 2/28/87) SEASON: 717 - Kim Disbro (1986-87, 29 games) CAREER: 2037 - Tarra Blackwell (1995-98, 120 games) SCORING AVERAGE SEASON: 24.7 - Kim Disbro (1986-87, 717 points, 29 games) CAREER: 19.8 - Lucresia West (2002-05, 1958 points, 99 games) REBOUNDS GAME: 21 - Emma Cannon (vs. Eckerd, 3/5/11) Antonia Newman (at Tampa, 2/03/01) Sue Kirkwood (1978-79) SEASON: 375 - Emma Cannon (2010-11, 31 games) CAREER: 1056 - Lucresia West (2002-05, 99 games) REBOUNDING AVERAGE SEASON: 12.1 - Emma Cannon (2010-11, 375 REB, 31 games) CAREER: 10.7 - Lucresia West (2002-05, 1056 REB, 99 games) GAME: SEASON: CAREER:

FIELD GOALS MADE 18 - Lucresia West (vs. Saint Leo, 3/5/04) 251 - Kim Disbro (1986-87), 251-443, 29 games) 819 - Tarra Blackwell (1995-98, 819-1319, 99 games)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED GAME: 28 - Kelly Charron (vs. Bentley, 10-28, 1/03/94) SEASON: 491 - Stacey Ungashick (1992-93, 227-491, 28 games) CAREER: 1639 - Stacey Ungashick (1990-1993, 688-1639, 110 games) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 FGM/Game) SEASON: .633 - Lucresia West (2003-04, 229-362, 26 games) CAREER: .621 - Tarra Blackwell (1996-98, 819-1319, 120 games) 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE GAME: 8 - Chelsea Johnson (vs. Rollins, 1/31/09, 8-13) Alli Fogle (vs. Flagler, 2/14/09, 8-10) SEASON: 78 - Chelsea Johnson (2008-09, 78-189, 28 games) CAREER: 287 - Chelsea Johnson (2008-11, 287-674, 115 games) 3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED GAME: 15 - Alicia Evans (vs. Saint Leo, 2/21/01) Alicia Evans (vs. Montana St-Biling, 11/24/00) SEASON: 239 - Alicia Evans (2000-01, 67-239, 29 games) CAREER: 674 - Chelsea Johnson (2008-11, 287-674, 115 games) GAME: SEASON: CAREER:

FREE THROWS MADE 18 - Melissa Brown (at Barry, 1/10/01) 214 - Kim Disbro (1986-87, 214-253, 29 games) 437 - Kim Disbro (1984-87, 437-557, 104 games)

GAME: SEASON: CAREER:

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 22 - Kim Disbro (vs. Tampa, 15-22, 1/26/86) 22 - Kelly Charron (vs. North Florida, 15-22, 1/14/95) 253 - Kim Disbro (1986-87, 214-253, 29 games) 557 - Kim Disbro (1984-87, 437-557, 104 games)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 2.5 FTM/Game) SEASON: .846 - Kim Disbro (1986-87, 214-253, 29 games) CAREER: .858 - Chelsea Johnson (2008-11, 334-389, 115 games) GAME: SEASON: CAREER:

ASSISTS 14 - Carolyn Harmon (vs. Rollins, 3/3/88) 14 - Kelly Charron (vs. Otterbein, 11/29/94) 222 - Carolyn Harmon (1987-88, 28 games) 604 - Kelly Charron (1992-95, 120 games)

BLOCKS GAME: 8 - Antonia Newman (at Tampa, 2/3/01) Antonia Newman (vs. Lees-McRae, 1/5/00) SEASON: 56 - Antonia Newman (2000-01, 29 games) CAREER: 163 - Antonia Newman (1999-03, 119 games) GAME: SEASON: CAREER:

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STEALS 11 - Kelly Charron (vs. Florida Tech, 2/23/94) 130 - Kelly Charron (1994-95, 32 games) 412 - Kelly Charron (1992-95, 120 games)

GAME: HALF: SEASON: AVERAGE: BY OPP: BY BOTH: BY FSC: BY OPP:

POINTS 112 - vs. Barry (1/18/92 - FSC 112, Barry 73) 66 - vs. Eckerd (1/21/78, 2nd Half - FSC 66, EC 17) 2710 - 1994-95 (32 games, 84.7 average) 84.7 - 1994-95 (32 games, 2710 points) 113 - by Florida Tech (2/22/92 - FSC 81, FIT 113) 199 - vs. Bellarmine (12/17/94 - FSC 103, BC 96) SCORING MARGIN 80 - vs. Flagler (11/27/84 - FSC 106, Flagler 26) 54 - by Auburn (1/17/87 - Auburn 109, FSC 55)

REBOUNDS GAME: 72 - vs. Eckerd (2/2/84) SEASON: 1437 - 1993-94 (31 games, 46.4 average) AVERAGE: 46.7 - 1978-79 (19 games, 887 rebounds) FIELD GOALS MADE GAME: 49 - vs. Flagler (12/2/85, 49-92) SEASON: 1056 - 1994-95 (32 games, 1056- 2182) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED GAME: 111 - vs. Rollins (2/12/81, 46-111) SEASON: 2280 - 1993-94 (31 games, 985-2280) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE GAME: .681 - vs. Florida Atlantic (11/20/87, 32-47) SEASON: .484 - 1987-88 (28 games, 876-1810) GAME: SEASON:

3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 15 - vs. Flagler (2/14/09, 15-29) 270 - 2010-11 (31 games, 270-730)

GAME: SEASON:

3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 34 - vs. Nova Southeastern (12/1/07, 11-34) 730 - 2010-11 (31 games, 270-730)

GAME: SEASON:

FREE THROWS MADE 38 - vs. Christ-Irvine (12/31/90, 38-51) 577 - 1999-00 (30 games, 577-848)

GAME: SEASON:

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 58 - vs. Edward Waters (2/13/80, 35-58) 848 - 1999-00 (30 games, 577-848)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 FTA) GAME: .933 - vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (12/18/08, 14-15) SEASON: .754 - 2010-11 (31 games, 365-484) GAME: SEASON:

ASSISTS 33 - vs. Barry (1/18/92) 619 - 2010-11 (31 games, 19.9 average)

GAME: SEASON:

BLOCKS 13 - vs. Barry (1/31/01) 118 - 2000-01 (29 games, 4.1 average)

GAME: SEASON:

STEALS 38 - vs. Warner Southern (12/7/94) 505 - 1994-95 (32 games, 15.8 average)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS ONGEST WIN STREAK - 26 games (1994-95) L LONGEST LOSING STREAK - 7 games (2005-06) TRIPLE DOUBLES arolyn Harmon vs. Tampa (2/6/88, 24 pts., 10 reb., 10 ast.) C Kelly Charron vs. Florida Tech (2/4/95, 17 pts., 10 reb., 10 ast.) Kelly Charron vs. Eckerd (2/15/95, 22 pts., 10 ast., 10 stl.)


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SEASON/CAREER RECORDS SEASON RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 32 - Tarra Blackwell (1995) 32 - Aesha Brown (1995) 32 - Keisha Richardson (1995) 32 - Lindsay Schiebel (1995) 32 - Angie Smith (1995) 32 - Kelly Charron (1995) POINTS SCORED 717 - Kim Disbro (1987) 579 - Tarra Blackwell (1995) 556 - Stacey Ungashick (1993) 547 - Lucresia West (2004) 538 - Kim Disbro (1986) 538 - Tarra Blackwell (1998) SCORING AVERAGE 24.7 - Kim Disbro (1987) 21.7 - Lucresia West (2005) 21.0 - Lucresia West (2004) 19.9 - Kim Disbro (1986) 19.9 - Stacey Ungashick (1993) 18.8 - Lucresia West (2002) REBOUNDS 375 - Emma Cannon (2011) 350 - Antonia Newman (2003) 275 - Lucresia West (2002) 272 - Lucresia West (2003) 272 - Tarra Blackwell (1995) 268 - Lucresia West (2005) REBOUNDING AVERAGE 12.1 - Emma Cannon (2011) 12.0 - Lucresia West (2002) 11.7 - Lucresia West (2005) 11.5 - Denise Sanscrainte (1978) 11.4 - Denise Sanscrainte (1979) FIELD GOALS MADE 251 - Kim Disbro (1987) 239 - Tarra Blackwell (1995) 229 - Lucresia West (2004) 227 - Stacey Ungashick (1993) 216 - Tarra Blackwell (1998) FIELD GOALS ATT. 491 - Stacey Ungashick (1993) 458 - Chelsea Johnson (2008) 443 - Kim Disbro (1987) 439 - Kelly Charron (1994) 433 - Stacey Ungashick (1992)

FREE THROWS MADE 214 - Kim Disbro (1987) 162 - Tasha Smith (2000) 142 - Melissa Brown (2001) 136 - Antonia Newman (2001) 132 - Melissa Brown (2000) FREE THROWS ATT. 253 - Kim Disbro (1987) 227 - Antonia Newman (2003) 223 - Tasha Smith (2000) 197 - Antonia Newman (2001) 196 - Melissa Brown (2001) 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE 78 - Chelsea Johnson (2008) 73 - Chelsea Johnson (2010) 72 - Chelsea Johnson (2011) 67 - Alicia Evans (2001) 65 - Megan Dzikas (2011) 3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATT. 239 - Alicia Evans (2001) 189 - Chelsea Johnson (2008) 171 - Chelsea Johnson (2011) 169 - Brook Kohlheim (2005) 161 - Chelsea Johnson (2010) ASSISTS (SINCE 1980) 222 - Carolyn Harmon (1988) 184 - Kelly Charron (1995) 174 - Carolyn Harmon (1989) 173 - Melissa Brown (2001) 168 - Kelly Carson (1985) STEALS (SINCE 1980) 130 - Kelly Charron (1995) 114 - Kelly Charron (1994) 109 - Keisha Richardson (1996) 107 - Carolyn Harmon (1988) 105 - Kelly Carson (1986) BLOCKS (SINCE 1980) 56 - Antonia Newman (2001) 55 - Antonia Newman (2000) 48 - Tarra Blackwell (1998) 47 - Christina Wright (2006) 40 - Kelly Charron (1995)

CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 122 - Keisha Richardson (93-96) 120 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 120 - Kelly Charron (92-95) 119 - Antonia Newman (99-03) 119 - Angie Smith (93-96) 118 - Melissa Brown (98-01) 118 - Alicia Evans (98-01) 118 - Aesha Brown (95-98) POINTS SCORED 2037 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 2001 - Chelsea Johnson (08-11) 1958 - Lucresia West (02-05) 1884 - Kim Disbro (84-87) 1786 - Stacey Ungashick (90-93) SCORING AVERAGE 19.8 - Lucresia West (02-05) 18.1 - Kim Disbro (84-87) 17.4 - Chelsea Johnson (08-11) 17.0 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 16.2 - Stacey Ungashick (90-93) REBOUNDS 1056 - Lucresia West (02-05) 979 - Antonia Newman (99-03) 901 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 867 - Kim Disbro (84-87) 833 - Monique Bunch (00-05) REBOUNDING AVERAGE 10.7 - Lucresia West (02-05) 10.2 - Denise Sanscrainte (78-81) 9.0 - Deidre Lane (82-85) 8.3 - Kim Disbro (84-87) 8.2 - Antonia Newman (99-03) FIELD GOALS MADE 819 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 815 - Lucresia West (02-05) 723 - Kim Disbro (84-87) 691 - Chelsea Johnson (08-11) 688 - Stacey Ungashick (90-93) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1639 - Stacey Ungashick (90-93) 1602 - Chelsea Johnson (08-11) 1369 - Lucresia West (02-05) 1333 - Kelly Charron (92-95) 1319 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98)

FREE THROWS MADE 437 - Kim Disbro (84-87) 399 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 384 - Melissa Brown (98-01) 347 - Deidre Lane (82-85) 338 - Antonia Newman (99-03) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 631 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 587 - Antonia Newman (99-03) 574 - Melissa Brown (98-01) 557 - Kim Disbro (84-87) 521 - Deidre Lane (82-85) 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE 287 - Chelsea Johnson (08-11) 181 - Megan Dzikas (09- ) 180 - Brook Kohlheim (02-05) 147 - Alicia Evans (98-01) 131 - Meghana Saoji (04-07) 3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATT. 674 - Chelsea Johnson (08-11) 589 - Brook Kohlheim (02-05) 497 - Alicia Evans (98-01) 470 - Megan Dzikas (09- ) 439 - Meghana Saoji (04-07) ASSISTS (SINCE 1980) 604 - Kelly Charron (92-95) 443 - Kelly Carson (83-86) 441 - Stacy Ungashick (90-93) 396 - Carolyn Harmon (88-89) 379 - Megan Dzikas (09- ) STEALS (SINCE 1980) 412 - Kelly Charron (92-95) 317 - Keisha Richardson (93-96) 298 - Melissa Brown (98-01) 269 - Stacey Ungashick (90-93) 246 - Lucresia West (02-05) BLOCKS (SINCE 1980) 163 - Antonia Newman (99-03) 108 - Tarra Blackwell (95-98) 104 - Lucresia West (02-05) 93 - Monique Bunch (00-05) 88 - Kelly Charron (92-95)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS PLAYER

Years Played

PLAYER

Years Played

PLAYER

Years Played

PLAYER

Years Played

Atkins, Jaime.......................... 02,03

Echeverria, Sue........................... 78

Komer, Teri................... 84,85,86,87

Rosemeier, Robin......... 81,82,83,84

Barber, Lana........................... 87,88

Edwards, Ellen............................ 79

Kowallek, Becky  .............. 01,02,03

Ross, Rhonda............... 90,91,92,93

Barber, Lauren........................ 02,03

Erwin, Erica................................. 01

Kreul, Stacey............................... 88

Rouse, Tequila ....................... 01,03

Bell, Deneen........................... 10,11

Evans, Alicia ................ 98,99,00,01

Kunsman, Sharon........................ 82

Rule, Marilyn.......................... 89,90

Benson, Brittany..................... 10,11

Evans, Andrea.............. 89,90,91,92

Lamberg, Morgan...................... 11

Saoji, Meghana ........... 04,05,06,07

Berry, Lynn.................................. 91

Federico, Jean............................. 80

Lane, Deidre................. 82,83,84,85

Salmon, Tracy.............. 91,92,93,94

Bethea, Rongi.............................. 99

Fogle, Alli................................ 08,09

Lantinga, Maryann....................... 85

Sanscrainte, Denise..... 78,79,80,81

Billeter, Kim.................. 87,88,89,90

Foley, Emer............................ 08,09

Lauricella, Dina....................... 83,84

Scheffler, Kim.............................. 87

Blackwell, Tarra............ 95,96,97,98

Folks, Willamina  ......... 05,06,07,08

Lay, Kara................................ 95,96

Schiebel, Lindsay.............. 95,96,97

Bontrager, Keri....................... 93,94

Foster, Carla................................ 87

Levine, Shirah............................. 00

Scoville, Sandy............................ 78

Boorde, Alexis ............. 05,06,07,08

Galbicka, Cindy...................... 84,85

Lindstrand, Christy................. 93,94

Seiler, Sandy............................... 78

Borom, Ladreda............ 90,91,92,93

Genis, Reina  .................... 01,04,05

Little, Keisha ................ 96,97,98,99

Shannon, Cindy................. 92,93,94

Bovan, Tunisia........................ 97,98

Gerdeman, Allison........ 93,94,95,96

Lundberg, Sofie......................... 11

Sheffer, Pam........................... 84,85

Bradshaw, Jamie......................... 78

Gillems, Tina ................ 00,01,02,03

Lyeki, Julie ................... 96,97,98,99

Sherbon, Stacy............................ 92

Brian, Camey............................... 98

Glanville, Marsha.................... 98,99

Maldonado, Taylor..................... 11

Shultz, Lou.................................. 81

Briggs, Ezewane......................... 01

Gluth, Debbie......................... 79,80

Malloy, Molly........................... 88,89

Sisson, Emily............................... 92

Brown, Aesha............... 95,96,97,98

Grabic, Lucija......................... 04,05

Marley, Angie.......................... 88,89

Smith, Angie................. 93,94,95,96

Brown, Carla........................... 85,86

Grant, Shawna ...................... 99,00

Marvel, Lorri................................ 81

Smith, Cindy................................ 78

Brown, Melissa ............ 98,99,00,01

Gray, Janet.................................. 84

Mason, Lisa.................. 80,81,82,83

Smith, Erica................................. 04

Brown, Telah................................ 88

Grayson, Emily..................... 10,11

McAuley, Cindy............................ 79

Smith, Tasha................. 97,98,99,00

Bunch, Monique  .......... 01,02,04,05

Guadalupe, Ireliam...................... 04

McComas, Kristin........................ 09

Snow, Sindee.............................. 81

Butterfield, Holly..................... 82,83

Haag, Danielle............................. 89

McGee, Tori................................. 00

Soule, Laura........................... 85,86

Buzdum, Betony .................... 99,00

Harmon, Carolyn.................... 88,89

McIntyre, Kirstin........................... 09

Speaker, Tanja.............. 08,09,10,11

Byrd, Kquanise............................ 08

Hawley, Michaela............. 09,10,11

McNamara,Jessie........................ 96

Stagg, Mandie............................. 91

Caldwell, Amanda........................ 03

Henry, Megan......................... 83,84

Meckstroth, Janet................... 79,80

Stephens, Jill............................... 92

Caldwell, Mandy..................... 08,09

Hesher, Linda......................... 79,80

Menzies, Katie............................. 07

Stewart, Shannon........................ 06

Cannon, Emma........................... 11

Highstreet, Stefanie........... 97,98,99

Milford, Julie................. 89,90,91,92

Strain, Gale............................ 78,79

Carpenter, Lesley................... 97,98

Hilliard, Jennifer........................... 95

Millington, Brandy.............. 95,96,97

Thompson, Krystian............... 09,10

Carson, Kelly................ 83,84,85,86

Hoag, Erin.............................. 93,94

Montgomery, Kathy................. 81,82

Tuel, Heather................ 95,96,97,98

Casseles, Linda........................... 78

Hochstetler, Alexis............... 10,11

Mowell, Brenda....................... 96,97

Tuel, Kim..................................... 95

Cassidy, Elise.............................. 07

Hogan, Joni............................ 94,95

Nelson, Erica.......................... 06,07

Ungashick, Stacey........ 90,91,92,93

Charron, Kelly............... 92,93,94,95

Horn, Carolyn.............................. 78

Newman, Antonia ........ 99,00,01,03

Vanacore, Victoria ....... 05,06,07,08

Church, Wendy............................ 79

Howard, Lisa.......................... 85,86

Nishio, Akiko  ................... 05,06,07

Vanderveer, Natalie..................... 05

Coleman, Nicole.......................... 00

Hudson, Sandy............................ 82

Norman, Angie.............. 86,87,88,89

Vehige, Tiffany................... 97,98,99

Collie, Carissa  ............ 04,05,06,07

Jackson, Misha............................ 10

O’Neil, Katie................................ 08

Vicera, Dee.................................. 91

Conklin, Amy.......................... 91,92

Jacobs, Vermell........................... 87

Parks, Nanci................. 86,87,88,89

Vollman, Jean.............................. 79

Connell, Carrie............................ 90

Johnson, Chelsea......... 08,09,10,11

Pavelecky, Sarah......................... 06

Walker, Felecia............................ 03

Crocker, Debbie...................... 81,82

Johnson, Debbie.................... 78,79

Perry, Rosemary..................... 04,05

Walsh, Danielle................ 09,10,11

Danielewicz, Kim.................... 85,86

Johnson, Jodi.............................. 80

Pettry, Joy.................................... 79

Washington, Roshaunda............. 07

Davis,Terri............................... 96,97

Johnson, Tracey..................... 04,05

Pisacano, Stephanie................... 11

Weimer, Heather.......................... 90

Davis, Trecie................................ 85

Jones, Lenise.............................. 03

Prince, Nakita......................... 06,07

West, Lucresia  ........... 02,03,04, 05

DeLoach, Dana........................... 86

Kanaszka, Debbie.................. 79,80

Redd, Robyn............................... 88

Williams, Laticia...................... 82,83

Diemer, Pamela  .......... 03,04,05,06

Katsoff, Nicole............................. 04

Reynolds, Janet............ 82,83,84,85

Williams, Tiffany...................... 06,07

DiRaimo, Nicolle........... 07,08,09,10

Kay, Jody...................... 81,82,83,84

Richardson, Keisha...... 93,94,95,96

Wilson, Ashley............................. 10

Disbro, Kim................... 84,85,86,87

Keating, Hollie............................. 80

Richer, Lorraine........................... 92

Winkler, Melissa..................... 89,90

Dominguez, Olga.................... 88,89

Kirkwood, Sue.............. 78,79,80,81

Rintala, Bella............................... 90

Woloson, Judy............................. 80

Dyas, Peggy................................ 86

Koch, Jocelyn .............. 99,00,01,02

Rogala, Rachel............................ 03

Woods, Shannon.................... 86,87

Dzikas, Megan.................. 09,10,11

Kohlheim, Brook  ......... 02,03,04,05

Rose, Alishwia ....................... 99,00

Wright, Christina.......................... 06

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FSC YEAR-BY-YEAR Year Record 1977-78 10-12 1978-79 11-8 1979-80 8-14 1980-81 8-7 1981-82 12-7 5 Years 49-48

SSC - - - - 9-1 9-1

SSC Reg. Season SSC Tourn. - - - - - - --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Champion Runner-up

NCAA Tourn. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Coach Lois Webb Lois Webb Lois Webb Lois Webb Lois Webb

Year 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 3 Years

Record 12-5 15-7 20-7 47-19

SSC 8-2 8-2 8-0 24-4

SSC Reg. Season Second Second Champion

SSC Tourn. Runner-up Runner-up Champion

NCAA Tourn. - - - - - - - - -

Coach Dick Goding* Dick Goding Dick Goding*

Year 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 12 Years

Record SSC 23-4 8-0 23-6 12-0 21-7 9-1 21-8 10-2 12-16 6-6 12-15 6-6 19-10 9-3 25-3 10-2 24-7 11-3 28-4 14-0 26-5 12-2 17-11 8-6 251-96 115-31

SSC Reg. Season Champion Champion Champion Second Fourth Fourth Second Second Second Champion Champion Fourth

SSC Tourn. Champion Champion Runner-up Champion (participant) (participant) Runner-up Runner-up Champion Champion Champion (participant)

NCAA Tourn. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Regional Div. II - 5th Regional - - -

Coach Norm Benn* Norm Benn Norm Benn Norm Benn Norm Benn Norm Benn Norm Benn Norm Benn Norm Benn Norm Benn* Norm Benn* Norm Benn

Year 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 9 Years

Record 24-5 20-10 22-8 22-7 11-16 24-7 19-10 18-11 10-19 170-93

SSC SSC Reg. Season SSC Tourn. 10-2 Champion Champion 11-3 Second Place Runner-Up 10-4 Second Place (participant) 11-3 Second Place (participant) 4-10 Seventh Place (participant) 11-3 Co-Champion Champion 11-3 Second Place (Semi-Finalist) 13-3 Champion (Semi-Finalist) 5-11 Eighth Place (participant) 86-42

NCAA Tourn. Regional Regional Regional Regional - - - Regional - - - - - - - - -

Coach Diane Foli* Diane Foli Diane Foli Diane Foli Diane Foli Diane Foli Diane Foli Diane Foli Diane Foli

Year 2006-07 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 5 Years

Record 11-17 15-13 18-10 19-9 26-5 89-54

SSC SSC Reg. Season SSC Tourn. 6-10 Seventh Place (participant) 7-9 Fifth Place (participant) 8-8 Fifth Place (participant) 9-7 Fourth Place (participant) 14-2 Champion Champion 44-36

NCAA Tourn. - - - - - - - - - - - - Regional

Coach Jarrod Olson Jarrod Olson Jarrod Olson Jarrod Olson Jarrod Olson*

*SSC Coach of the Year

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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has

risen from a single sport organization to the Division II “Conference of Champions.” Since its inception, the conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. Sunshine State Conference member schools have won NCAA national titles (76 total) in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball, and are Commissioner nationally recognized in men’s and women’s cross country, Jay Jones women’s rowing and women’s basketball. The SSC sponsors championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, mens and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, softball and women’s rowing. The first women’s SSC championships began in 1981-82. SSC members include: Barry University (Miami Shores); Eckerd College (St. Petersburg); Florida Tech (Melbourne); Florida Southern College (Lakeland); Lynn University (Boca Raton); Nova Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale); Rollins College (Winter Park); Saint Leo University (Saint Leo); and the University of Tampa (Tampa). For more information, please contact: Jay Jones, Commissioner Kelly Harrison, Asst. Commissioner/Internal Operations Maryanne Simkulak, Asst. Commissioner/Membership Services 400 South Park Avenue, Suite 150 Winter Park, FL 32789 • 321-972-1803; Fax: 321-972-1805 www.sunshinestateconference.com

ALL-TIME SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE STANDINGS

Team

Barry Eckerd Florida Southern Florida Tech Lynn Nova Southeastern Rollins Saint Leo Tampa Central Florida1 North Florida1 Saint Thomas2

Years in All-Time SSC SSC Record* Pct. 25 30 30 25 12 7 30 30 30 3 4 1

157-195 103-297 275-125 213-151 79-119 63-65 288-112 85-315 256-144 19-1 28-28 2-10

.446 .258 .688 .585 .399 .492 .720 .213 .640 .950 .500 .167

SSC Champions Reg. Sea. Tourn. 1 0 11 6 0 1 11 0 6 1 0 0

*Records do not include1981-82 season as final standings are not available. 1-Now Division I 2-Now a member of the NAIA

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1 0 10 4 2 1 7 0 3 3 0 0

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2010-11 FINAL STANDINGS Team SSC ALL Florida Southern % 14-2 26-5 Tampa 12-4 21-8 Florida Tech 10-6 24-9 Eckerd 9-7 17-11 Rollins 9-7 21-8 Nova Southeastern 6-10 14-13 Lynn 6-10 12-15 Barry 5-11 12-15 Saint Leo 1-15 9-18 % - Tournament Champions

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM Emma Cannon.............Florida Southern Chelsea Johnson.........Florida Southern Gianna Messina..............................Tampa Lynisha Nelson....................... Florida Tech Stephanie Sarosi.........Nova Southeastern PLAYER OF THE YEAR Emma Cannon.............Florida Southern DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Lynisha Nelson....................... Florida Tech FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Lindsey Watson...............................Tampa COACH OF THE YEAR Jarrold Olson...............Florida Southern SECOND TEAM Taja Green.......................................Tampa Amber Heistan.................................Rollins Ashley Lutz......................................Eckerd Chelsea Patterson.............................. Lynn Abbie Tepe...................Nova Southeastern HONORABLE MENTION Michaela Hawley..........Florida Southern Yvonne Houston................................ Barry Kati Rausberg..................................Eckerd ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Sarah Blackburn..............................Rollins Taylor Maldonado........Florida Southern Lindsey Watson...............................Tampa Jasmine Wilkins...........Nova Southeastern Chelsea Williams.........................Saint Leo ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Jaleesa Harmon..............................Tampa Chelsea Johnson.........Florida Southern Ashley Lutz......................................Eckerd Ashton McClairen................... Florida Tech Lynisha Nelson....................... Florida Tech MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Emma Cannon.............Florida Southern


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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE 2010-11 STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE GP Florida Southern 31 Rollins 29 Tampa 29 Nova Southeastern 27 Florida Tech 33 Lynn 27 Eckerd 28 Barry 27 Saint Leo 27

PTS 2413 2065 2018 2863 2241 12-15 1710 1595 1510

AVG 77.8 71.2 69.6 69.0 67.9 62.7 61.1 59.1 55.9

FIELD GOAL PCT. Tampa Florida Southern Eckerd Rollins Lynn Nova Southeastern Barry Florida Tech Saint Leo

FGM 693 889 611 739 620 658 571 771 542

FGA 1527 1988 1431 1788 1564 1681 1462 2091 1504

Pct. .454 .447 .427 .413 .396 .391 .391 .369 .360

FREE THROW PCT. FTM Florida Southern 365 Tampa 401 Florida Tech 554 Eckerd 294 Nova Southeastern 380 Lynn 302 Rollins 346 Barry 288 Saint Leo 335

FTA 484 547 772 416 547 436 518 439 543

Pct. .754 .733 .718 .707 .695 .693 .668 .656 .617

SCORING DEFENSE GP Barry 27 Rollins 29 Eckerd 28 Florida Tech 33 Tampa 29 Saint Leo 27 Florida Southern 31 Lynn 27 Nova Southeastern 27

PTS 1495 1701 1663 1982 1766 1665 1950 1717 1872

AVG 55.4 58.7 59.4 60.1 60.9 61.7 62.9 63.6 69.3

FG DEFENSE Eckerd Florida Tech Tampa Florida Southern Rollins Saint Leo Nova Southeastern Lynn Barry

FGM 563 696 646 732 616 586 656 617 544

FGA 1549 1854 1714 1926 1620 1529 1702 1558 1364

Pct. .363 .375 .377 .380 .380 .383 .385 .396 .399

REBOUND MARGIN Rollins Florida Southern Tampa Florida Tech Saint Leo Nova Southeastern Eckerd Barry Lynn

Team 41.6 41.3 37.4 42.4 40.0 41.6 34.1 32.9 35.1

Opp 34.8 37.0 33.4 39.0 38.1 42.0 36.0 35.1 40.6

Mrg. +6.8 +4.3 +4.0 +3.5 +1.9 -0.4 -1.9 -2.1 -5.4

SCORING MARGIN Florida Southern Rollins Tampa Florida Tech Barry Eckerd Nova Southeastern Lynn Saint Leo

Def Mrg. 62.9 +14.9 58.7 +12.6 60.9 +8.7 60.1 +7.8 55.4 +3.7 59.4 +1.7 69.3 -0.3 63.6 -0.9 61.7 -5.7

3-PT FG PCT. Tampa Florida Southern Rollins Eckerd Lynn Barry Florida Tech Saint Leo Nova Southeastern

FGM 231 270 241 194 150 165 145 91 167

FGA 540 730 666 566 451 508 462 292 560

Pct. .428 .370 .362 .343 .333 .325 .314 .312 .298

ASSISTS Florida Southern Nova Southeastern Rollins Tampa Eckerd Florida Tech Barry Lynn Saint Leo

GP 31 27 29 29 28 33 27 27 27

AST 619 442 430 417 391 422 343 341 249

Avg. 20.0 16.4 14.8 14.4 14.0 12.8 12.7 12.6 9.2

Off 77.8 71.2 69.6 67.9 59.1 61.1 69.0 62.7 55.9

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Scoring Stephanie Sarosi (NSU) Chelsea Patterson (LU) Lynisha Nelson (FT) Taja Green (UT) Emma Cannon (FSC) Gianna Messina (UT) Chelsea Johnson (FSC) Lindsey Watson (UT) Yvonne Houston (BU) Ashton McClairen (FT)

GP 27 27 33 29 31 29 31 29 26 33

FG 3PT FT 194 14 95 162 54 89 155 53 164 168 41 84 185 21 96 133 78 107 145 72 76 135 56 77 136 30 50 137 75 87

TTL 497 467 527 461 487 451 438 403 352 436

PPG 18.4 17.3 16.0 15.9 15.7 15.6 14.1 13.9 13.5 13.2

Rebounding Emma Cannon (FSC) Briauna Hagins (FT) Stephanie Sarosi (NSU) Gianna Messina (UT) Taja Green (UT) Lauren Lee (SLU) Nadia Tijani (BU) Jasmine Wilkins (NSU) Chelsea Williams (SLU) Taylor Young (EC)

Field Goal Pct. Michaela Hawley (FSC) Jaleesa Harmon (UT) Stephanie Sarosi (NSU) Sarah Blackburn (RC) Taja Green (UT)

GP FG Pct. 30 160-271 .590 23 82-153 .536 27 194-375 .517 29 92-180 .511 29 168-331 .508

3 PT Field Goal Pct. Kati Rausberg (EC) Taja Green (UT) Gianna Messina (UT) Lindsey Watson (UT) Chelsea Johnson (FSC)

Free Throw Pct. Ashton McClairen (FT) Chelsea Johnson (FSC) Lindsey Watson (UT) Lynisha Nelson (FT) Gianna Messina (UT)

GP FT 33 87-98 31 76-86 29 77-95 33 164-206 29 107-135

Assists GP Abbie Tepe (NSU) 27 Lynisha Nelson (FT) 33 Megan Dzikas (FSC) 31 Catriana Messina (UT) 29 Shanna Suttington (BU) 27

Pct. .888 .884 .811 .796 .793

GP 28 29 29 29 31

GP OFF DEF TTL AVG 31 129 246 375 12.1 33 158 147 305 9.2 27 88 157 245 9.1 29 33 196 229 7.9 29 80 128 208 7.2 27 64 125 189 7.0 25 63 111 174 7.0 25 37 120 157 6.3 27 73 89 162 6.0 28 28 139 167 6.0

3PT 75-161 41-89 78-170 56-125 72-171

Pct. .466 .461 .459 .448 .421

Blocks Stephanie Sarosi (NSU) Tamara Dowdell (FT) Tijana Brdar (EC) Tashina Bailey (LU) Emma Cannon (FSC)

GP 27 33 28 27 31

BLK 80 85 54 45 38

Avg. 3.0 2.6 1.9 1.7 1.2

AST 170 192 163 134 101

Avg. 6.3 5.8 5.3 4.6 3.7

Steals Lynisha Nelson (FT) Quanisha Dixon (LU) Abbie Tepe (NSU) Brittany Carannante (SLU) Marquis Lee (LU)

GP 33 26 27 21 23

STL 122 93 72 44 44

Avg. 3.7 3.6 2.7 2.1 1.9

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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE OPPONENTS BARRY UNIVERSITY GAME DATES: H - Jan. 14; A - Feb. 11 NICKNAME: Buccaneers LOCATION: Miami Shores, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 9,042 COLORS: Red, Black and Silver SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 38-12 HEAD COACH: Bill Sullivan (80-63, 5 yrs.) 2010-11 RECORD: 12-15; 5-11 SSC (8th) SID: Dennis Jezek (djezek@barry.edu) SID PHONE: (305) 899-3897; FAX: (305) 899-3556 WEB SITE: www.GoBarryBucs.com

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY GAME DATE: A - Jan. 7; H - Feb. 24 NICKNAME: Sharks LOCATION: Ft. Lauderdale, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 4,019 COLORS: Navy Blue & Gray SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 13-11 HEAD COACH: LeeAnn Freeland (1st yr.) 2010-11 RECORD: 14-13; 6-10 SSC (T-6th) SID: Keith Smith (keith.smith@nova.edu) SID PHONE: (954) 262-8261; FAX: (954) 262-3273 WEB SITE: www.nsusharks.com

ECKERD COLLEGE GAME DATES: H - Jan. 4; A - Feb. 8 NICKNAME: Tritons LOCATION: St. Petersburg, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 1,749 COLORS: Teal, Navy, White & Black SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 67-6 HEAD COACH: Paul Honsinger (66-73, 5 yrs.) 2010-11 RECORD: 17-11; 9-7 (SSC (T-4th) SID: Ben Schlesselman (schlesbt@eckerd.edu) SID PHONE: (727) 864-8242; FAX: (727) 864-8968 WEB SITE: www.eckerdtritons.com

ROLLINS COLLEGE GAME DATE: A - Dec. 3; H - Jan. 28 NICKNAME: Tars LOCATION: Winter Park, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 1,670 COLORS: Royal Blue and Gold SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 45-35 HEAD COACH: Glenn Wilkes, Jr. (555-181, 25 yrs.) 2010-11 RECORD: 21-8; 9-7 SSC (T-4th) SID: Nate Weyant (nweyant@rollins.edu) SID PHONE: (407) 646-2661; FAX: (407) 646-1555 WEB SITE: www.rollinssports.com

FLORIDA TECH GAME DATE: H - Dec. 8; A - Feb. 1 NICKNAME: Panthers LOCATION: Melbourne, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 4,200 COLORS: Crimson and Gray SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 35-28 HEAD COACH: John Reynolds (445-249, 24 yrs.) 2010-11 RECORD: 24-9; 10-6 SSC (3rd) SID: Ryan Jones (jonesr@fit.edu) SID PHONE: (321) 674-7484; FAX: (321) 674-7502 WEB SITE: www.floridatechsports.com

SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY GAME DATE: A - Jan. 11; H - Feb. 15 NICKNAME: Lions LOCATION: Saint Leo, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 1,400 COLORS: Green and Gold SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 67-6 HEAD COACH: Nikki Jessee (1st yr.) 2010-11 RECORD: 9-18; 1-15 SSC (9th) SID: Evan Ortiz (evan.ortiz@saintleo.edu) SID PHONE: (352) 588-8506; FAX: (352) 588-8290 WEB SITE: www.saintleolions.com

LYNN UNIVERSITY GAME DATE: H - Jan. 21; A - Feb. 18 NICKNAME: Fighting Knights LOCATION: Boca Raton, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 2,700 COLORS: Royal Blue and White SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 19-13 HEAD COACH: Niki Washington (31-26, 2 yrs.) 2010-11 RECORD: 12-15; 6-10 SSC (T-6th) SID: Chad Beattie (cbeattie@lynn.edu) SID PHONE: (561) 237-7341; FAX: (561) 237-7409 WEB SITE: www.lynnfightingknights.com

UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA GAME DATE: A - Jan. 18; H - Feb. 22 NICKNAME: Spartans LOCATION: Tampa, FL AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 5,800 COLORS: Scarlet, Black and Gold SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 52-29 HEAD COACH: Tom Jessee (195-77, 9 yrs.) 2010-11 RECORD: 21-8; 12-4 SSC (2nd) SID: Tom Kolbe (tkolbe@ut.edu) SID PHONE: (813) 253-6241; FAX: (813) 253-6288 WEB SITE: www.tampaspartans.com

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SERIES RECORDS VS. ALL OPPONENTS SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE Opponent Series Barry...........................................38-12 Eckerd .......................................67-6 Florida Tech...............................35-28 Lynn ...........................................19-13 Nova Southeastern....................13-11 Rollins ........................................45-35 Saint Leo....................................67-6 Tampa ........................................52-29 NON-CONFERENCE Opponent Series Abilene Christian (TX)................. 1-0 Air Force (CO)............................. Alabama-Huntsville................... Albany State (GA)........................ American International (MA)........ Angelo State (TX). ...................... Arkansas-Monticello.................... Arkansas Tech ............................ Armstrong Atlantic (GA)............... Army (NY).................................... Ashland (OH)............................... Auburn (AL)................................. Austin Peay (TN) ....................... Augusta (GA)............................... Ave Maria (FL)............................. Bellarmine (KY)........................... Belmont Abbey (NC).................... Bemidji State (MN)...................... Bentley (MA) ............................... Bethune-Cookman (FL) .............. Bucknell (PA)............................... California St.-Chico ..................... California St.-Sacramento........... California (PA)............................. California-Riverside..................... Carson-Newman (TN)................. Catawba (NC).............................. Central Arkansas......................... Central Florida............................. Central Missouri .......................... Central Washington..................... Charleston Southern (SC)........... Christian Brothers (TN)................ Concorida (CA)............................

0-1 2-1 2-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-3 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-3 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-15 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

Opponent

Series

Claflin (SC).................................. 0-1 Clarion (PA)................................. 1-1 Clayton State (GA)...................... 0-1 Clearwater Christian (FL)............ 1-0 Colorado-Colorado Springs ........ 1-0 Columbia (NY)............................. 1-0 Columbus State (GA).................. 0-1 Cornell (NY)................................. 1-0 Culver-Stockton (MO).................. 2-0 Daeman (NY) .............................. 1-0 David Lipscomb (TN)................... 1-0 Davis & Elkins (WV).................... 1-0 Delta State (MS)......................... 0-6 Denver (CO)................................ 1-0 District of Columbia..................... 1-0 Dominican (NY)........................... 1-0 East Stroudsburg (PA)................. 3-0 Edinboro (PA).............................. 1-0 Edward Waters (FL).................... 3-1 Erskine (SC)................................ 2-0 Fairmont State (WV).................... 1-0 Ferris State (MI)........................... 0-1 Flagler (FL).................................18-4 Florida A&M................................. 0-2 Florida Atlantic ............................ 6-6 Florida Bible ................................ 1-0 Florida Gulf Coast........................ 1-6 Florida International .................... 4-3 Florida Memorial ......................... 5-0 Florida State ............................... 0-1 Florida ......................................... 0-7 Fontbonne (MO).......................... 1-0 Fort Valley State (GA).................. 4-1 Franklin Pierce (NH).................... 1-0 Gardner-Webb (NC).................... 2-0 Georgia Southwestern................. 4-0 Georgia State ............................. 1-1 Georgian Court (NJ).................... 1-0 Henderson State (AR)................. 1-1 Husson (ME)................................ 1-0 Indiana (PA)................................. 1-0 Indianapolis (IN).......................... 0-1 Jacksonville State (AL)................ 1-0 James Madison (VA)................... 0-1 Keene State (NH)........................ 1-0 Kennesaw State (GA).................. 1-1 Kentucky State ........................... 1-0

Opponent

Series

Opponent

Series

LaRoche (PA).............................. 1-0 Lee (TN)...................................... 3-1 Lees-McRae (NC)........................ 1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne (NC)...................... 0-1 Lewis (IL)..................................... 1-0 Long Island -C.W. Post (NY)....... 1-0 MacMurray (IL)............................ 1-0 Mankato State (MN).................... 1-0 Mars Hill (NC).............................. 1-2 Mary (N.D.).................................. 1-0 Maryland-Eastern Shore.............. 1-0 Mercer (GA)................................. 0-1 Mercyhurst................................... 1-0 Merrimack (MA)........................... 1-0 Miami (FL)................................... 1-0 Michigan-Dearborn...................... 1-0 Michigan Tech ............................ 1-1 Millersville (PA)............................ 2-0 Minnesota-Duluth........................ 1-1 Mississippi U. for Women............ 2-1 Missouri-Rolla.............................. 1-0 Missouri-St. Louis........................ 2-0 Missouri Western......................... 0-1 Montclair State (NJ)..................... 1-0 Montana St.-Billings .................... 1-1 Montevallo(AL)............................ 1-0 Morningside (IA).......................... 1-0 Nebraska-Omaha........................ 2-0 New Hampshire College.............. 0-1 New Haven (CT).......................... 1-0 New York Tech............................. 2-0 North Carolina - Pembroke.......... 1-0 North Dakota............................... 1-0 North Dakota State...................... 0-1 North Florida ...............................15-0 North Georgia.............................. 2-0 Northeastern Illinois..................... 1-0 Northern Iowa.............................. 0-1 Northern Kentucky ...................... 2-1 Northern Michigan ...................... 1-3 Northwood (MI)............................ 1-0 Oakland (MI)................................ 1-0 Otterbein (OH)............................. 1-0 Ouachita Baptist (AR).................. 1-1 Pace (NY).................................... 0-1 Palm Beach Atlantic (FL)..........10-0

Puerto Rico.................................. 1-0 Puerto Rico-Bayamon .............. 5-4 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez ............... 7-0 Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras.............. 4-0 Queens (NC)............................... 1-1 Quincy (IL) .................................. 2-0 Quinnipiac (CT)........................... 1-0 Regis (CO)................................... 1-0 Rhode Island College.................. 1-0 Saint Ambrose (IA)...................... 0-1 Saint Anselm (NH)....................... 0-1 Saint Augustine’s......................... 1-0 Saint Joseph’s (IN)...................... 0-1 Saint Rose (NY)........................... 3-0 Saint Thomas (FL)....................... 2-0 Saint Thomas Aquinas (NY)........ 1-0 Shippensburg (PA)...................... 1-0 Slippery Rock (PA)...................... 0-1 South Carolina-Aiken................... 0-1 South Carolina-Spartanburg........ 0-2 South Florida............................... 5-8 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville...... 0-1 Southern Maine........................... 1-0 Spring Hill (AL)............................ 1-0 Stetson (FL)................................. 3-14 Stonehill (MA).............................. 1-2 Texas A&M-Kingsville.................. 1-0 Texas Wesleyan ......................... 2-0 Texas Woman’s U........................ 1-0 Troy State (AL)............................ 1-1 Tuskegee (AL)............................. 2-0 Valdosta State (GA)..................... 3-10 Warner Southern (FL).................. 3-0 Washburn (KS)............................ 1-2 Wayne State (MI)......................... 1-0 Wayne State (NE)........................ 0-1 Webber International (FL) ...........14-0 West Alabama ........................... 1-1 West Florida ...............................10-5 West Georgia............................... 1-2 Wheeling Jesuit (WV).................. 2-0 Winthrop (SC).............................. 1-0 Wisonsin-Parkside....................... 0-1 Wofford (SC)................................ 2-0 Worcester Polytech Inst (MA)...... 1-0

Plymouth State (NH).................... 1-0

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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HALL OF FAME Steve Paramore (men’s golf), Wanda Graham (softball), and Lucresia West (women’s basketball) were inducted into the SSC Hall of Fame in 2011 bringing the number of inductees from Florida Southern College to 44. Nine Moccasin representatives were inducted into the inaugural class in 1991-92 and FSC has had at least one inductee in 16 of the 19 classes since the Hall’s inception. Of the 44 inductees, 30 have been student-athletes, while 10 have come from the coaching ranks and four from administrative and staff positions.

FSC’S SSC HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES NAME (Year of Enshrinement) - Sport Played or Coach

NAME (Year of Enshrinement) - Sport Played or Coach

Chuck Anderson (1996) - Baseball Coach

Ed Jeffries (1994) - Women’s Tennis Coach

Joe Arnold (1993) - Baseball Coach

Jerry Johnson (1994) - Men’s Basketball

Lisa Ball (2009) - Women’s Golf

Kris Kearney (1995) - Men’s Basketball

Chris Bellotto (2000) - Softball Coach

Jeff Klauk (2006) - Men’s Golf

Norm Benn (2003) - Women’s Basketball Coach

Wayne Koehler (2005) - Sports Information Director

Tarra Blackwell (2004) - Women’s Basketball

B.J. Leach (2007) - Baseball

Lisa Cave (2006) - Women’s Golf

Charley Matlock (1992) - Men’s Golf Coach

Julianne Coleman (2008) - Softball

Rocco Mediate (2003) - Men’s Golf

Dana Cozine (1992) - Volleyball

Shanna Nagy (2005) - Women’s Golf

Bill “Doc” Connors (1995) - Trainer

Steve Paramore (2011) - Men’s Golf

Missey Crain (1996) - Volleyball

Tom Patri (1992) - Men’s Golf

Shelly Davis (2005) - Softball

Jana Peterkova (2008) - Women’s Golf

A.L. “Buck” Dawson (2008) - Cross Country Coach

Wayne Raath (2009) - Men’s Golf

John Ebeling (1992) - Men’s Basketball

Kellie Robinson (1999) - Softball

John Edwards (1992) - Men’s Basketball

Hal Smeltzly (1992) - Baseball Coach / Athletic Director

Terry Gilmore (1996) - Baseball

Dori Stankewitz (1994) - Softball

Tom Gleeton (1992) - Men’s Golf

Becky Thyhsen (2003) - Volleyball

Wanda Graham (2011) - Softball

James Vida (2006) - Baseball

Duane Hopkins (2007) - Faculty Athletics representative

Lois Webb (1992) - Volleyball Coach

John Hudek (2000) - Baseball

Lucresia West (2011) - Women’s Basketball

Sandy Hudson (1992) - Volleyball

Hal Wissel (1997) - Men’s Basketball Coach

Lee Janzen (1993) - Men’s Golf

Traci Wood (2007) - Softball

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE SPORTS HALL OF FAME Athlete (Year Inducted) - Sports Played or Coached Bob Adams (2011) - Honorary Member Cris Allen (2006) - Baseball, 1986-89 Chuck Anderson (2002) - Baseball, 1959-62/Baseball Head Coach, 1983-2002 Joe Arnold (2003) - Baseball Head Coach, 1977-83 Brian Bain (2010) - Men’s Soccer, 1966-69 Lisa Ball (2009) - Women’s Golf, 2000-02 Rachel Bell (2011) - Women’s Golf, 2001-02 Chris Bellotto (2002) - Softball Head Coach, 1982-present Norm Benn (2004) - Women’s Basketball Head Coach, 1985-87 Tarra Blackwell (2004) - Women’s Basketball, 1994-98 Alberto Bonfil (2008) - Men’s Tennis, 1997-2000 Bob Bowman (2005) - Men’s Basketball, 1963-67 Jim Bush (2005) - Head Coach Men’s Soccer, 1957-80 Rodney Butcher (2004) - Men’s Golf, 1989-92 Frank Cacciatore (2006) - Baseball, 1974-75 Lisa Cave (2006) - Women’s Golf, 1997-2000 Kelly Charron (2008) - Women’s Basketball, 1992-95 Julianne Coleman (2008) - Softball, 1996-99 Katy Cortelyou (2004) - Softball, 1992-95 Dana Cozine (2010) - Volleyball, 1983-84 Missey Crain (2005) - Volleyball, 1988-90 Kim Crawford (2009) - Volleyball, 1993-94 Robbie Davis (2007) - Women’s Golf Head Coach, 1997-present Shelly Davis (2005) - Softball, 1992-96 A.L. “Buck” Dawson (2006) - Cross Country Head Coach, 1995-2006 Marco Dawson (2010) - Men’s Golf, 1982-85 Frank DeSavino (2008) - Men’s Basketball/Baseball, 1953-56 Kim Disbro (2003) - Women’s Basketball, 1984-87 Cliff Dixon (2011) - Men’s Soccer, 1995-97 John Ebeling (2002) - Men’s Basketball, 1979-82 John Edwards (2005) - Men’s Basketball Bob Gendron (2009) - Baseball, 1981-82 Terry Gilmore (2004) - Baseball, 1984-87 Tom Gleeton (2005) - Men’s Golf, 1977-79 Doug Gordin (2007) - Men’s Golf Head Coach, 1996-present Wanda Graham (2009) - Softball, 1990-93 Beth Greig (2010) - Softball, 1986-87 Alan Grossman (2006) - Men’s Soccer, 1971-74 Simon Harper (2007) - Men’s Basketball, 1970-71 Duane Hopkins (2010) - Faculty Athletic Representative 1999-2007 George Hudson (2008) - Honorary Member Sandy Hudson (2006) - Volleyball, 1981-82 Ken Huebner (2002) - Baseball, 1962-65 Lee Janzen (2002) - Men’s Golf, 1983-86 Ed Jeffries (2006) - Women’s Tennis Head Coach, 1981-1999 George Jenkins (2002) - Honorary Member Jerry Johnson (2002) - Men’s Basketball, 1985-88 Kris Kearney (2004) - Men’s Basketball, 1985-89 Clarence “Blade” Kelley (2004) - Honorary Member Jeff Klauk (2006) - Men’s Golf, 1997-2000 Wayne Koehler (2007) - Sports Information Dir., 1983-95, 1999-2002 Fred Lapper (2003) - Men’s Basketball, 1950-53 Floyd Lay (2002) - Men’s Basketball B.J. Leach (2007) - Baseball, 1998-99 R. Fred Lewis (2003) - Men’s Basketball, 1965-69 John Mack (2010) - Honorary Member Marcus “Joker” Marchant (2005) - Honorary Member Charley Matlock (2002) - Men’s Golf Head Coach Dave McCorkle (2011) - Baseball, 1984-85 Andy McGaffigan (2003) - Baseball, 1977-78 Lisa McNeley (2011) - Softball, 1996-97 Rocco Mediate (2003) - Men’s Golf, 1983-84

THE CLASS OF 2011 The tenth class of the Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame was enshrined March 21, 2011. Pictured are - Front (L-R): Lucresia West, Sara Stewart, Lisa McNeley. Back Row: Robbie Davis (accepting on behalf of Rachel Bell), Dave McCorkle, Cliff Dixon, Bob Adams (Honorary). Shanna Nagy (2005) - Women’s Golf, 1996-99 Steve Paramore (2010) - Men’s Golf, 2000-03 Tom Patri (2004) - Men’s Golf, 1980-81 Basil “Rocky” Pegg (2005) - Men’s Basketball, 1949-51 Jana Peterkova (2008) - Women’s Golf, 2001-02 Greg Pryor (2002) - Baseball, 1968-71 Wayne Raath (2008) - Men’s Golf, 1997-2000 Kellie Robinson (2002) - Softball, 1989-92 Mohammed Sabie (2007) - Men’s Soccer Coach, 1954 Charles Senger (2002) - Baseball/Men’s Basketball, 1954-57 Joe Sickles (2009) - Baseball, 1981-83 Jimmie Sikes (2003) - Honorary Member Jack Slayton (2007) - Honorary Member Hal Smeltzly (2002) - Baseball Head Coach, 1958-76/A.D., 1977-2000 Jay Smith (2003) - Baseball, 1971-73 Steve Sokol (2008) - Men’s Golf Dori Stankewitz (2003) - Softball, 1985-88 Jill Stephens (2009) - Volleyball, 1991-94 Sara Stewart (2011) - Volleyball, 1997-2000 Darron Stiles (2010) - Men’s Golf, 1992-95 Frank Szabo (2006) - Administrator Chrissy Teresi (2009) - Softball, 1991-92 Becky Thyhsen (2004) - Volleyball, 1989-91 Brett Tomko (2008) - Baseball, 1995 Stacey Ungashick (2009) - Women’s Basketball, 1990-93 Jack Varasse (2009) - Honorary Member James Vida (2006) - Baseball, 1994-95 Lois Webb (2002) - Volleyball Head Coach Lucresia West (2011) - Women’s Basketball, 2002-05 Dr. Hal Wissel (2003) - Men’s Basketball Head Coach, 1977-82 Traci Wood (2007) - Softball, 1993-96

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MOCS IN NCAA POST SEASON 6-9 (.400) One Regional Championship - 1995 One Regional Runner-Up Title - 1996 1993-94 - Florida Southern 81, Ft. Valley State 68

GEORGE W. JENKINS FIELD HOUSE Florida Southern’s basketball facility, named for Publix Super

Markets founder George W. Jenkins, opened its doors on Dec. 3, 1965, with an 89-59 win over Rollins. Built to complement the campus’s Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings, the facility has a main floor providing for three full basketball courts. Seating capacity is approximately 1,800. The FSC volleyball team also plays its home matches here. This past summer (2011) a major renovation took place that provided for new seating, including over 600 chair-back seats, a new sound system, a new press box and a new paint job. Besides the playing courts, the building also houses locker rooms, the athletic training staff offices and training room and an equipment room in the basement section. Previous improvements to the facility had included a conference room, additional women’s locker rooms and the FSC Athletics offices. Adjacent to the main building are a weight room for athletics, offices for the physical education department and storage areas. Jenkins Field House is one of the largest buildings on the FSC campus, covering 40,000 square feet. The facility was constructed utilizing the steel framework of three B-47 bomber hangars from nearby MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa. The field house has been the site of numerous NCAA regional and quarterfinal basketball games. In 1983 it served as the site for the NCAA Div. II Women’s Volleyball Championship. In 2003-04 it served as the site of the Sunshine State Conference men’s and women’s postseason basketball tournaments. Florida Southern’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted to name the field house for Jenkins, president of Publix Super Markets, Inc., in appreciation of his generous sup­port of the college, both as a benefactor and a friend. Jenkins’ relationship with Florida Southern started in 1956, when he served as the school’s honorary chancellor, an honor reserved for prominent men and women in various walks of life. In 1957 Florida Southern awarded him an honorary doctorate degree, calling him one of Lakeland’s outstanding citizens and “a leader of Florida in the support of humanitarian causes, education and community progress.” He was posthumously inducted into inaugural class of the FSC Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002.

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(Regional Play-In Game)1

West Georgia 103, Florida Southern 74

(South Regional Third Place)2

1994-95 - Florida Southern 82, Ft. Valley Statye 75 (ot) Florida Southern 77, Valdosta State 73

(South Regional Champions)1

Missouri Western 79, Florida Southern 77

(National Fifth Place)3

1995-96 - Florida Southern 97, Central Arkansas 93 Delta State 96, Florida Southern 76

(South Regional Runner-Up)4

1997-98 - Arkansas-Monticello 77, Florida Southern 75

(South Regional Participants)5

1998-99 - Arkansas Tech 62, Florida Southern 59

(South Regional Participants)6

1999-00 - Florida Southern 70, Tampa 68 (ot) Delta State 66, Florida Southern 54

(South Regional Semifinalist)4

2000-01 - Barry 78, Florida Southern 69

(South Regional Participants)4

2002-03 - Tampa 62, Florida Southern 55

(South Regional Participants)5

2010-11 - Florida Southern 87, Ouachita Baptist 74 Delta State 72. Florida Southern 67

(South Regional Semifinalist)5

Key to Sites: 1 - Florida Southern College (Lakeland, Fla.) 2 - West Georgia College (Carrollton, Ga.) 3 - North Dakota State Univ. (Fargo, N.D.) 4 - Delta State Univ. (Cleveland, Miss.) 5 - Arkansas Tech Univ. (Russellville, Ark..) 6 - Fort Valley State Univ. (Fort Velley, Ga.)


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Florida Southern College Athletic Scholarships Florida Southern College is proud to be able to provide distinct scholarships for most of its varsity sports. Established by gifts from many generous donors, these named scholarships were created to recognize and honor an individual or were created as memorials. All of them reflect a donor’s love of sports, a desire to assist exceptional studentathletes, and a commitment to higher education. Florida Southern’s Athletic Department is extremely grateful for the support from these outstanding individuals. If you are interested in contributing to a current scholarship or establishing a new one, please call Florida Southern Athletic Director Pete Meyer at 863-680-4264. BASEBALL • Jim & Phyllis Adams Scholarship • Chuck Anderson Scholarship • Fernando Arguelles Family Scholarship • John Cedarburg Scholarship • John & Rebecca Rodda Scholarship • Hal Smeltzly Scholarship MEN’S BASKETBALL • The Blade and The Blu Scholarship • Scott Kelly Scholarship • John P. & William P. Buckley Scholarship

WOMEN’S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Taylor Greene Memorial Scholarship SOFTBALL • Chris Bellotto Scholarship • Stanley Gaines Scholarship • Mary Meloy Scholarship MEN’S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • Dick Goding Scholarship

WOMEN’S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

MEN’S & WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN’S TENNIS • David & Carol Walters Scholarship • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN’S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Conner Janzen Scholarship • George Jenkins Scholarship • James “Jimmie” Sikes Scholarship • Leon “Pop” Sikes, Sr. Scholarship • Hal Sherron Fund WOMEN’S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Nell W. Phelps Scholarship MEN’S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Dick Wells Fund

WOMEN’S TENNIS • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship VOLLEYBALL • Ruby Adams - Ellene Szabo Scholarship • Dorothy Cofrin Scholarship • Herman & Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Stephens Family Scholarship • Irene Wagner Scholarship • Lois Webb Scholarship GENERAL • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family Scholarship

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FSC’s FINISHES IN NACDA CUP SEASON PLACE 1995-96 13th 1996-97 27th 1997-98 5th 1998-99 4th 1999-00 4th 2000-01 30th 2001-02 24th 2002-03 40th 2003-04 26th 2004-05 13th 2005-06 15th 2006-07 10th 2007-08 39th 2008-09 36th 2009-10 23rd 2010-11 19th

PTS 328.0 283.5 320.0 320.0 473.0 310.0 344.0 310.5 385.5 445.5 404.0 554.0 351.5 375.5 450.0 456.0

FSC WOMEN FIRST, MEN TIE FOR SECOND IN 2010-11 SSC MAYORS’ CUP Florida Southern won the women’s division and tied for second in the men’s division for the Sunshine State Conference Mayors’ Cup for all-sports competition for the 2010-11 academic year. The award is sponsored by the mayors of the nine communities in which SSC schools are located. The Mayors’ Cup recognizes competition in nine sports for women: basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball; and seven sports for men: baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and tennis. Points in each sport are awarded by the number of schools sponsoring teams in the respective sports. The 2010-11 academic year marked the 25th year of the Mayors’ Cup competition. FSC has captured 11 Mayors’ Cups in each of the women’s and men’s divisions.

Season 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

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FSC WOMEN

Place Place 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 5th 1st 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd 2nd 6th 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 5th 2nd 4th 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 4th 2nd 1st 1st 3rd T-1st 2nd 2nd 2nd T-2nd 1st

DIRECTIONS TO FSC FROM ORLANDO Take I-4 West to exit 33. Turn left off exit and turn right at second stoplight. Continue to major intersection at Memorial Blvd and turn left. Go 1/2 mile to Ingraham Avenue and turn right. Go to McDonald and turn right. Parking lot is on the left, just past Barnett Field. FROM ORLANDO AIRPORT Take 417 South (toll road) to I-4 West and follow directions above. FROM TAMPA/ST. PETERSBURG/FORT MYERS Follow I-4 East to Exit 27 (570E, Polk Parkway exit). Go approximately 6.1 miles to Exit 7 (South Florida Avenue - toll: 50 cents). Turn left onto 37N (South Florida Avenue) and go to McDonald Street. Turn right on McDonald and turn go seven blocks to the campus. Park in the second parking lot on the right (Barnett Field). FROM PALM BEACH/FORT LAUDERDALE Take Florida Turnpike north to Yeehaw Junction (Hwy 60). Take Hwy 60 to 98 North to Lakeland. Watch for Grove Park Shopping Plaza and turn left at Crystal Lake and go to Lake Hollingsworth Drive. Turn right and go to Ingraham and turn right. Go to stop sign (McDonald) and turn left. Parking lot will be on the left, just past Barnett Field.

MAJORS AND FIELDS OF STUDY Florida Southern College offers a bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degree in over 40 programs and also offers master’s degrees in business administration, education and nursing. For more information, call the FSC admissions office at (863) 680-4131 or 1-800-274-4131. The following is a list of undergraduate majors offered at Florida Southern:

Accounting Art Education Art - Graphic Design Art History Art - Studio Art Athletic Training Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biology Business Administration Chemistry Citrus Communication Advertising and Public Relations Communication Broadcast, Print and Online Media Communication Interpersonal

Communication Computer Science Computer Science/ Mathematics Criminology Economics Elementary Education English Environmental Studies History Human Movement and Performance Humanities Landscape Horticulture Mathematics Music Music - Music Education Music - Music Management Music - Performance

Nursing Philosophy Physical Education Political Science Psychology Recreational Turf Management Religion Self-Designed Major – Venture Into the Adventure Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts Theatre Arts - Theatre Performance Theatre Arts - Technical Theatre/Design


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Moccasin Athletic Training Services

Every student-athlete at Florida Southern College is entitled to quality medical care while participating as a member of an athletic team. The athletic training/medical staff coordinates and delivers professional and comprehensive preventive care, treatment, rehabilitation and counseling services to all FSC student-athletes. The goal of athletic training services is to keep each student-athlete healthy and injury free. In the case of injury or illness, the staff will provide quality medical care enabling the student-athlete to return to participation both as a student and an athlete. The athletic training staff is comprised of five full-time nationally-certified and state-licensed athletic trainers. Florida Southern College also has an athletic training education program. Athletic training students from the program assist the staff athletic trainers in daily operations of the athletic training facility. The athletic training facility is located in Jenkins Field House. The facility is well equipped to provide treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The FSC sports medicine team is comprised of two orthopedic team physicians and consulting physicians in several specialties. All of these professionals work together to meet the student-athlete’s health care needs. Al Green MA, ATC, LAT, EMT Al Green was named assistant athletic director and head athletic trainer in July 2007. In September of 2010, he received a promotion to associate athletic director while maintaining his role as head athletic trainer. Prior to joining Florida Southern College, Green was the general manager and athletic trainer for the Lakeland Thunderbolts, an indoor professional football team. He served as the director of marketing and business development and coordinator of athletic training services for Healthcare Management Systems (HMS), a Lakeland-based company. The former head athletic trainer and athletic administrator at the University of Kentucky, he has served in various capacities for the athletic training profession at the state, district and national levels. Green serves as the chairperson for the National Athletic Trainers Association Public Relations Committee. He was inducted into the National Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame in 2004. He also serves the community as a volunteer firefighter and EMT for the Polk County Fire Department. Green is married to Sue Stanley-Green, FSC athletic training educational program director and also an NATA Hall of Fame member. They have one daughter, Logan. Green has three older children, Douglas, Jennifer and Tracy. Kelly Cox MA, ATC, LAT Kelly Cox came to Florida Southern College in 2008 from the University of South Florida where she served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the Big East Champion women’s softball team and the football team. She also completed an internship with the University of South Florida’s football team in the fall of 2005 after graduating from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology with a specialization in Athletic Training and a minor in Health Science Education. While at the University of Florida she worked with the football, women’s soccer, and swimming and diving teams, as well as with local high school teams and at Shands Orthopedic Institute. During her time at USF she received her Master’s degree in Exercise Science through the Physical Education Department. Cox is a certified clinical instructor and teaches in the FSC physical education department.

Meghan Fornoff MS, ATC Meghan Fornoff is in her second year as a member of the Florida Southern Athletic Training Staff. Previously, she was an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Florida, working primarily with football and women’s golf. Prior to that she served two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at UF. She received her bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation science in 2006 from the University of Pittsburgh. In May of 2008 she received her master’s degree in applied physiology and kinesiology from the University of Florida. She is a certified athletic trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. KATIE KASS MS, ATC Katie Kass comes to Florida Southern College from Eastern Kentucky University, where she served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s track and field teams. During her time at EKU, she received her master’s degree in physical education with a specialization in exercise and sport science. Prior to her time at EKU, she completed an internship with the Embry Riddle women’s soccer team and men’s and women’s tennis teams. She graduated from the University of Florida in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. While at the University of Florida, she worked with the football team and with local high school teams. She is a certified athletic trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. KEVIN McCARTHY MAT, ATC Kevin McCarthy joined the Florida Southern Athletic Training staff in the Summer of 2010. McCarthy received his master’s degree in athletic training from Texas Tech Universitiy this past spring. A certified athletic trainer, he received his bachelor’s degree in pre-physical therapy from Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho. His athletic training experience includes working with the Seattle Mariners’ minor league teams and at South Plains Junior College in Levelland, Texas.

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Pumping Iron The Moccasin athletes work out in the varsity weight room that is for student-athletes. The room features free weights and brand new squat and bench press stations. Student-athletes follow a year-round tailored strength program that stresses core body, injury prevention and increasing explosiveness on the court. All FSC students are welcome to use the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center’s weight room.

Get fit at the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center The Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center officially opened in 1997, as the result of a 4.1 million dollar gift from Board of Trustee member Marjorie Hollis Roberts. The Florida Southern College Wellness Program is designed to promote the full potential of each student by encouraging a holistic lifestyle focused on health, fitness and recreation. Last year alone the Wellness Center had over 65,000 participants in aquatics, fitness, group exercise classes, intramural sports, and outdoor recreational programs. The program collaborates with other departments to promote fun and exciting campus activities. In addition, there are dynamic programs on alcohol and drug education, smoking cessation, eating disorders, HIV/AIDS education and healthy lifestyles.

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Residence Life at Florida Southern Over 1100 of our students live on campus in one of 11 residence halls. Three residence halls are geared for first-year students while all Greek organizations are centered in the Publix Commons area.

PUBLIX COMMONS & GREEK VILLAGE

A grouping of three residence halls, the Publix Commons are close to just about everything on the Florida Southern campus. All three buildings offer suitestyle living in which six students each have their own rooms and share a living area and bathroom. The Publix Commons also is home to Florida Southern’s Greek organizations.

BARNETT RESIDENTIAL LIFE CENTER

Nicholas Hall (at right) opened this past fall joining its “twin” Wesley Hall which opened in the fall of 2008. The new residence halls comprise the Barnett Residential Life Center. The two buildings each include 195 bedrooms with views of Lake Hollingsworth, meeting rooms, student lounges, kitchens, and study spaces.

JOSEPH-REYNOLDS HALL As one of the four original buildings on the FSC campus, Joseph-Reynolds Hall (“JR”) offers one of the best views on campus. It sits atop a hill overlooking Lake Hollingsworth. Community life is big here—the women of JR form groups within the building as a whole and also within the “wings” and smaller hallways. JR and its companion hall, Spivey, are located in the center of campus between Edge Hall and Ordway and serve mainly as first-year female residence halls.

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(From Top Right, clockwise): Florida Southern College is the land of palm trees and sunshine; The college offers students a chance to get involved in music and the performing arts. FSC also holds its annual Festival of Fine Arts, bringing in internationally-known performers, as well as numerous FSC productions; FSC’s southern boundary is the beautiful Lake Hollingsworth with a shoreline of nearly three miles; Students can gather together in TûTû’s Cyber Café which offer Starbucks products and has a full computer lab area; As part of FSC’s Welcome Back Week, students volunteered at the local food bank, as well as other charitable organizations in the Lakeland community; Students dine in the new Wynee’s Bistro.

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Back Row (L-R): Head Coach Jarrod Olson, Taylor Maldonaldo, Emily Grayson, Melanie Ducott, Alexis Hochstetler, Danielle Walsh, Shelby Wheeler, Assistant Coach Holly Borchers, Student Trainer Jordan Allen. Front Row (L-R): Indre Mikelenaite, Tracy Fosterling, Morgan Lamberg, Michaela Hawley, Megan Dzikas, Sofie Lundberg.

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2011-12 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER No 22 10 11 4 33 15 12 3 5 13 20 1

Name Melanie Ducott Megan Dzikas Tracy Fosterling Emily Grayson Michaela Hawley Alexis Hochstetler Morgan Lamberg Sofie Lundberg Taylor Maldonado Indre Mikelenaite Danielle Walsh Shelby Wheeler

POS G G G/F G F F F F G G F G

HGT 5-7 5-9 5-10 5-7 6-1 5-9 5-11 6-0 5-4 5-9 5-8 5-4

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

Hometown N. Lauderdale, Fla. Bradenton, Fla. Albuquerque, N.M. New Berlin, Wis. Naples, Fla. Sarasota, Fla. Mukwanago, Wis. Soderkoping, Sweden Stroudsburg, Pa. Gainesville, Fla. Edgewater, Fla. Greenwich, Ohio

Head Coach: Jarrod Olson Assistant Coach: Holly Borchers

Previous School Miami-Dade College Manatee HS Otero JC (Colo.) Hale High School Barron Collier HS Sarasota Christian School Mukwanago HS Northeast CC (Neb.) Allentown Cent. Cath. HS Marshalltown CC (Iowa) New Smyrna Beach HS South Central HS


“The Most Beautiful Campus In the Nation!” – The Princeton Review, 2012

FLORIDA SOUTHERN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2011-12 SCHEDULE DAY DATE Sat. Nov. 5 Sat. Sun. Sat. Fri. Sat. Wed. Sat. Thu. Sun. Sun. Mon. Mon. Thu. Wed. Sat. Wed.

OPPONENT TIME at Florida State (exh.) 2:00 at Delta State Classic Nov. 12 vs. West Alabama +4:00 Nov. 13 vs. Delta State +2:00 Nov. 19 at Palm Beach Atlantic 7:00 at Eckerd Classic Nov. 25 vs. Queens (NC) 1:00 Nov. 26 vs. Puerto Rico-Bayamon 1:00 Nov. 30 at Flagler 7:00 Dec. 3 at Rollins* 2:00 Dec. 8 Florida Tech* 5:30 FSC/Terrace Hotel Classic Dec. 18 Saint Leo vs. Alabama-Huntsville 1:00 Dec. 18 Fla. Southern vs. Delta State 3:00 Dec. 19 Saint Leo vs. Delta State 3:00 Dec. 19 Fla. Southern vs. Ala.-Huntsville 5:00 Dec. 29 Grand Valley State 2:00 Jan. 4 Eckerd* 5:30 Jan. 7 at Nova Southeastern* 2:00 Jan. 11 at Saint Leo* 5:30

DAY Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Wed. Sat. Sun.

DATE OPPONENT TIME Jan. 14 Barry* 5:30 Jan. 18 at Tampa* 5:30 Jan. 21 Lynn* 5:30 Jan. 25 Palm Beach Atlantic 5:30 Jan. 28 Rollins* 5:30 Feb. 1 at Florida Tech* 5:30 Feb. 4 Nova Southeastern* 5:30 Feb. 8 at Eckerd* 5:30 Feb. 11 at Barry* 2:00 Feb. 15 Saint Leo* 5:30 Feb. 18 at Lynn* 2:00 Feb. 22 Tampa* 5:30 Feb. 29 SSC Tourn. (1st Round) TBA Mar. 3 SSC Tourn. (Semifinals)# TBA Mar. 4 SSC Tourn. (Championship)# TBA Mar. 9-12 - NCAA South Regional Mar. 20-23 - NCAA Division II Elite Eight (at San Antonio, TX) *SSC Game • Home Games in Red +Central Time • #played at Florida Southern

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