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Table of Contents Record Book

2 Facilities 6 FSU Basketball Experience 10 Season Preview

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14 Head Coach Steve McDonald 16 Assistant Coaches

40 Leaders 44 All-Americans 46 All Time Scores 47 Team Records 50 Series Record 51 Coaching Records

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18 Rosters 19 Player Profiles

Steve McDonald (West Virginia ‘80) Head Coach Jenna Eckleberry (Fairmont State, ‘07) Assistant Coach Ashley Reed Volunteer Assistant Coach John Stanley Student Assistant Coach Robert Cable (WV Wesleyan, ‘82) Head Athletic Trainer

52 Athletic Director Rusty Elliott 54 Support Staff

2009-10 In Review 28 2009-10 in Review 32 Game-by-Game Box Scores

2010-11 Schedule

University Location Fairmont, West Virginia 26554 Founded 1865 Enrollment 4,611 Nickname Fighting Falcons Colors Maroon, White, & Fairmont Tan Stadium Joe Retton Arena Capacity 4,000 Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II

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DECEMBER 2 OHIO VALLEY 4 WHEELING JESUIT 11 at Bluefield State 18 at Alderson-Broaddus 30 CLARION (New Year’s Classic) 31 EDINBORO (New Year’s Classic)

5:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m.

JANUARY 8 CONCORD (Alumni Weekend/Game) 10 at Wheeling Jesuit 13 WEST LIBERTY 15 at Glenville State 19 at Shepherd 22 ALDERSON-BROADDUS 24 WV WESLEYAN 27 GLENVILLE STATE 29 BLUEFIELD STATE

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FEBRUARY 2 at Pitt-Johnstown 7 at WV State 10 SETON HILL 14 at Davis & Elkins 17 CHARLESTON 19 at Concord 26 at WV Wesleyan

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Steve McDonald 258-128 (13) 203-93 (10)

University Administration FSU President Faculty Athletic Rep.

Dr. Thomas Krepel Dr. Donald Moroose

2010-11 Basketball media guide Credits Editor: Adam Zundell Design and Layout: Tammy Holden Technical Design Assistance: Kevin Funk Bob Heffner Photography: John Piscitelli Andrew O’Hearn Adam Zundell Sam Santilli Editorial & Historical Assistance: Duane Cochran Chris Thomas Philip Fetty Printing: Fairmont Printing Company Fairmont, W.Va. Fairmont State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action institution. In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, West Virginia Human Rights Act, Title IX (Educational Amendments of 1972), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the other applicable laws and regulations, the institution provide equal opportunity to all prospective and current members of the student body, faculty, and staff on the basis of individual qualifications and merit without regard to race, gender, religion, age, national origin, or handicap, as identified and defined by law. Further inquires may be directed to the Assistant to the President, who is the Section 504 and Title IX Coordinator, Room 222 HB, telephone (304) 367-4247. Fairmont State University neither affiliates knowingly with nor grants recognition to an individual, group, or organization having policies that discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, gender, national origin, or handicap, as defined by applicable laws and regulations.

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NOVEMBER 16 POINT PARK 20 INDIANA (PA) 23 DAVIS & ELKINS 30 at West Liberty

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e h t f o e m Ho Falcons A new glass entrance completed in 2009 provides a beautiful entrance into Joe Retton Arena.

A state-of-the-art scoreboard complete with player points and fouls provided fans with an enhanced game experience.

A 15,000-square foot training room provides student-athletes with first-class treatment for injuries.


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“My lifelong friends will be by Fairmont State teammates. I also feel like I’ve gotten a great education that has prepared me for the next chapter in my life.”

Ashley Vavrek

Fairmont State (2006-10) Two-time first team All-WVIAC WVIAC Tournament MVP (2010) Bellaire, Ohio “I couldn’t ask for better teammates or coaching staff. Everyone is so sincere and working hard toward a common goal. It’s all about the team and doing our best in representing Fairmont State University.”

“I like that Fairmont State is close enough for my family to watch me play, but far enough for me to experience college life. I love the campus and the community. The coaching staff really made me feel important during the recruiting process, and I couldn’t ask for a better group of girls as teammates.”

Lauren Gilbert Senior Bridgeport, W.Va.

Kaitlin Snyder Sophomore Charleston, W.Va.

“I wanted to stay close to home but still play basketball at a high level, and Fairmont State provided me with that opportunity. The players and the staff were welcoming and it was great to come into a team that had just won a conference championship.”

Basketball Brittany Lee Sophomore Winfield, W.Va.

“When I came on my official visit to Fairmont, I really fell in love with the campus. The coaches, staff and faculty were so welcoming to me. It’s two hours away, but it’s not too far for my parents to come see me play. In the end, I think Fairmont State was a great place to come and try and win a championship.”

experience Jen Rasko Freshman Windber, Pa.


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Champions! Fairmont State has won two of the last three WVIAC Championships.

2008 Championship Fairmont State won its first WVIAC Tournament title in 24 years after knocking off WV Wesleyan in the finals. The Falcons knocked off defending champion Glenville State, 67-62, on its way to the championship.

Fighting Falcons The Falcons have also advanced to the NCAA Tournament in two of the last three years. FSU has made three NCAA Tournament appearances under head coach Steve McDonald.

2010 Championship In 2010, FSU scratched and clawed its way to the conference tournament championship. The Falcons posted second half rallies past WV State and Charleston, and then surged past West Liberty in overtime to claim the title.

Ashley Vavrek was named 2010 WVIAC Tournament MVP. Rachel Murray and Kaitlin Snyder were named to the AllTournament team.

Fairmont State posted 25 wins in 2007-08 – the second highest single season total in school history.

Danielle Cornish was the tournament MVP.

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Q: Rachel Murray is obviously a huge defensive presence. Is one of the challenges this year to make her more consistently offensively? A: Rachel’s biggest challenge is to come and play every day; to come out and go to work every day in practice and in a game and not let her move away mentally at given moments. When she is focused, she is an excellent defensive player and she can score.

Q&A with Steve McDonald Q: You have taken great pride in building the program here, so what does it mean now to put on a Fairmont State jersey?

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A: The number one goal as a program that we have for our players is that they have a sense of pride when they put on that uniform. With that pride goes responsibility, and that they take those concepts of pride and responsibility with them after they are done playing here so that playing women’s basketball at Fairmont State means something. It’s important for them to leave a legacy for the next group of players after them.

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Q: How are the players adjusting to the loss of senior Ashley Vavrek’s timely scoring and finding their own roles for the upcoming season? A: Every team, every year has to find its own identity. They have to find what they do well and get better and better at it. Right now I think we are developing that in terms of defense, but offensively I think that we are still searching. That’s going to happen when you have four a young team like we do. It’s going to take a while. This is definitely going to be a basketball team that is better in January and February than we are

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in November and December. What we need to have happen is we need our defense to carry us through November and December.

Q: What are Lauren Gilbert’s biggest strengths to the team and what is the biggest key for her success this year?

Q: You are in the second year of a different offensive system, so how have the players and coaches grown with having a year of that under their belts?

A: Lauren has worked extremely over the summer but has been set back with an Achilles injury in the preseason. I think she’s made the transition from junior year to senior year, and out of basketball for a year and a half before that. I’m not worried about her mental approach, we just need to get her healthy and on the court.

A: The biggest difference between last year and this year, in terms of offense, is that I think as coaches we are more familiar with what we want out of it, so I think we are doing a better job of teaching it. We are progressing at a good pace, but we still have five freshmen that are trying to figure this thing out. There is a learning curve. At the same time, it’s been a much easier transition this year in terms of how everyone views the offense and where you can score out of it.

Q: Has bringing in a core of players from one school (North Marion) affected the dynamic of the team in any way? A: I think it has had only positive effects. They are four really wonderful kids, and they get along extremely well with each other and the rest of the team. I think one of our biggest strengths right now is team chemistry – the girls genuinely like each other. There is no North Marion separation when we are practicing or at meals. They’re just good kids who want to see each other succeed. There’s no amazing camaraderie out on the floor with them right now. It will probably help us over time more than it will when most of them are trying to adjust to college basketball ball.

Q: How did Kaitlin Snyder progress from the start of the year to the end of the year last year, and then from the end of last year to this year? A: Like most freshmen, Kaitlin was tentative in the sense that she just wasn’t sure how she fit in the offense. I thought as the year went on she became more comfortable and her abilities came out and was able to play at the level she’s capable of, which is very high. This year, she’s picked up where she left off last year, but she still is learning what her role is with this team, which I think is much more of a scorer for us.

Q: As the team continues to find its identity offensively, how important is it for the defense to be consistent on a nightly basis?

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Q: Is this year’s team an unknown quantity? A: I know what this year’s team should look like, right now I’m not going to be able to lay odds of whether it will end up that way. We are very inexperienced in addition to being young because our three seniors are only in their second year of the program, so we don’t have a single player out there on the floor that has been in our program for more than one year on the floor. As a coaching staff, we have an end goal and we are constantly moving towards that end goal. We feel like we have the type of players that can play the style that we want to play. Q: Do you see any carryover and hunger from the returning players to win another WVIAC Tournament and get back to the NCAA Tournament? A: If you have a sophomore or junior dominated team that has made it, then I think you can talk about the hunger to get back. We graduated a number of kids, we’re very young, I think they’re more worried about what entre is going to be served tonight at dinner than getting back to the NCAA Tournament. I think it’s our job as coaches to bring them along to the point where they understand that the basketball purpose of the program is to get to the NCAA Tournament. We’re not talking about that right now, though. We’re talking about today’s practice and trying to get a little bit better.

A: Much like in football, the defense is always going to be ahead of the offense. It’s kind of like that for us right now. We’re trying to figure out who

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is going to score, how they’re going to score and where they’re going to score from, so we have to be consistent defensively. We spoke about that with our players yesterday in practice. You can’t get better in any aspect of basketball unless you know what that “getting better” should look like. Right now we’re not 100 percent sure, even defensively, what that should be like but I think that’s because we’re young.

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Rachel Murray Q: As a group, what does the group of newcomers bring to this year’s squad? A: The new group is quick, they play well together and they can shoot; but they’re still learning college basketball and the speed of the game. We think we can win every game on our schedule, but we think we can lose every game on our schedule, and that’s the nature of college basketball. In high school you can look at 12-15 games and if you have a good team, you’re going to be OK, so you have four or five games where you have to play at a different level. It’s a different situation now. We are trying to communicate to them that we need to get a consistent level of effort and enthusiasm because we think we have enough talent to win, but we have to be consistent in our behaviors. G u i d e 11


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As Fairmont State’s women’s basketball program continues to reach new heights, head coach Steve McDonald has continued to recognize and celebrate the student-athletes who dedicated themselves to the sport. As part of that celebration, McDonald is hosting the third annual Alumni Weekend on Jan. 7-8, which focuses on welcoming back former players and enjoying fellowship among themselves as well as with the current squad. The first two editions of the Alumni Weekend have been a huge success in bringing back players who had not been on campus in years and re-connecting them with the school and the women’s basketball program. McDonald has tried to stress that the program’s current success is rooted in the solid foundation set by the players from the past. In addition, many fans have come out to the game to see former stars lace it up once again on the hardwood.

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“By creating the Alumni Weekend and having that alumni game which so many people enjoy, we’ve connected the present to the past,” McDonald says. “The success we’ve enjoyed recently can now be enjoyed by players who have helped set that foundation. It’s a great opportunity for our current players to meet former players and build relationships, which is why we coach and they should play. “We were so pleased with the turnout from last two

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years,” McDonald continued. “It was also a real treat for our fans as they came out to see so many popular names from the past.” “It’s an outstanding event,” said Donna Hopkins, Fairmont State Class of 1983. “It was great to see my old teammates and see some of the younger players and the success that this program have had.” “It was a lot of fun,” said Vicki Huffman, Class of 1984. “It was really good to get to know some of the new players but also good to see some old friends.” As part of the festivities, women’s basketball alumni will receive a complete gift bag. Alumni will then divide into two teams and square off at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 8, prior to Fairmont State’s conference doubleheader against Concord starting at 2 p.m. All women’s basketball alumni in attendance will be recognized at the FSU-Concord game.

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Fighting Falcons Fairmont State. McDonald was at the helm for one of the best seasons in school history in 2004-05, leading the Falcons to a 28-4 overall record and a conference mark of 17-1. The squad won the WVIAC Championship for the first time since 1972 and advanced to the NCAA East Region Playoffs for the first time in school history, losing in the semi-finals to Anderson College. Prior to taking the head coaching position for the women’s program, McDonald spent seven seasons as an assistant for the men’s team helping the team to five seasons of at least 20 wins and a national ranking in five of those seasons. In 1997-98, Fairmont State made its deepest run in the national tournament since moving to Division II by advancing to the “Elite Eight.” “Coach Mac” began his coaching career in 1980 at Ganado High School in Texas. He was named Coach of the Year in 1981 when Ganado posted a 27-7 record. He received the same honor in 1984, guiding Strake Jesuit Prep to a 23-7 record and the state finals. His sixyear high school record was 109-66. In 1986-87, Coach McDonald served as a graduate assistant at Sam Houston State University in Texas. The Bearcats finished 1612 in their first year of Division I competition. He then returned home to his native West Virginia as an assistant coach from 1987-89 at West Virginia Wesleyan College. The Bobcats were 40-17 during those two seasons. In 1989, McDonald was named the head coach at Wesleyan, posting a 55-35 record over the next three seasons. He was named the WVIAC Coach of the Year in 1990-91, leading the Bobcats to a 23-9 record and a West Virginia Conference championship. Before his appointment at Fairmont State, he coached the Basket Flyers of Vienna, Austria. McDonald is a 1976 graduate of Hampshire High School in Romney, W.Va. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University in 1980, graduating magna cum laude in secondary education. He earned his master’s degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College in 1989, and he is currently working towards his doctorate in curriculum and instruction at West Virginia University. McDonald is married to the former Melissa Lazzari of Monongahela, Pa. They are the parents of daughter, Madison, and son, Mason.

Steve mcdonald Head Coach Eleventh Season

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Entering his 11th season, Steve McDonald has known nothing but success as head coach at Fairmont State. He has led the Falcons to 20 or more wins in six of the last eight years and directed Fairmont State to its first-ever NCAA Tournament in 2005, and then once again in 2008 and 2010. McDonald has also helped deliver two of the three WVIAC Tournament championships won by Fairmont State capturing the crowns in 2008 and 2010. In his 10 seasons on the sideline, McDonald has compiled a record of 203-93, a winning percentage of nearly 70 percent. The 203 wins are already the second-most in school history. Of the top-five winningest seasons in Fairmont State women’s basketball history, McDonald has been at the helm for four of those seasons, including a program-best 28 wins in 2005. His players have earned first team AllWVIAC honors 10 times, second team honors seven times and All-Freshman recognition six times. He also coached the only NCAA Division II All-Americans in the program’s history, 2005 WVIAC Player of the Year and Fairmont State’s all-time leading scorer, Kristen Gattuso, and Fairmont native Ashley Reed in 2006. In addition to directing the success on the court, McDonald has also enhanced the program in different ways. He helped fundraise to renovate the women’s basketball locker room to make it first-class, complete with hand-crafted wooden lockers and a flatpanel television. He has also helped celebrate Fairmont State’s tradition in women’s basketball with banners and plaques commemorating some of the great players and teams in school history that adorn the hallway as the players take the floor. In that same vein, he has connected with former players with the Alumni Classic played in 14

January, inviting back all those who wore the Maroon and White to come and take to the court once again and be a part of a myriad of activities. Last season, the Falcons finished the season in strong fashion winning six of its final eight games, which included an incredible run through the WVIAC Tournament. The Falcons trailed by 18 points in the second half in their first round game against WV State, but stormed back to claim the victory. That propelled FSU to wins over Charleston and Shepherd before the Falcons defeated rival West Liberty, 85-78, in overtime in the finals. The win secured a third NCAA Tournament trip -- all under McDonald -- for the women’s basketball program. Fairmont State finished the season with a 22-10 record. Ashley Vavrek closed her stellar career with WVIAC Tournament MVP honors, first team All-WVIAC recognition and second team all-region accolades. Rachel Murray, who

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established a new school record for blocks, was a WVIAC honorable mention selection. Two seasons ago, McDonald led the Falcons to a record of 18-11 and the second round of the WVIAC tournament. Vavrek was a first team All-WVIAC selection and Gabby Gattuso earned second team recognition. In the 2007-08 season, the Falcons wrapped up the regular season with a record of 21-6 before starting the WVIAC Tournament. After a win over Davis & Elkins at home in the tourney, FSU knocked off WV State in Charleston. The Falcons then advanced to the tournament final with a 67-62 win over rival Glenville State before avenging a loss earlier in the season to WV Wesleyan to win the program’s first championship since 1984. The win secured the second-ever NCAA Tournament appearance, both of which came under McDonald. FSU finished the season with a mark of 25-7, and the 25 wins were the second-most in a single season at

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Steve McDonald at Fairmont State Year Role Record Notes 1993-94 Assistant Coach (Men’s) 10-18 1994-95 Assistant Coach (Men’s) 21-5 WVIAC Champs / NCAA Regionals 1995-96 Assistant Coach (Men’s) 24-5 WVIAC Champs 1996-97 Assistant Coach (Men’s) 18-12 1997-98 Assistant Coach (Men’s) 27-4 NCAA “Elite Eight” 1998-99 Assistant Coach (Men’s) 25-5 NCAA Regionals 1999-00 Assistant Coach (Men’s) 25-4 NCAA Regionals 2000-01 Head Coach 15-13 2001-02 Head Coach 13-14 2002-03 Head Coach 21-8 2003-04 Head Coach 21-8 2004-05 Head Coach 28-4 Conference Champs / NCAA Tournament 2005-06 Head Coach 21-8 2006-07 Head Coach 19-10 2007-08 Head Coach 25-7 Conference Tournament Champs / NCAA Tournament 2008-09 Head Coach 18-11 2009-10 Head Coach 22-11 Conference Tournament Champs/ NCAA Tournament Career Record as Fairmont State Women’s Basketball Head Coach: 203-93 (.686), 10 seasons Career Record as a Collegiate Head Coach: 243-110 (.6829), 12 seasons NCAA Tournament Appearances As FSU Women’s Basketball Coach: 3 WVIAC Championships (Regular & Tournament): 3

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Jenna Eckleberry Assistant Coach Fourth Season

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Jenna Eckleberry, one of the most prolific passing point guards in Fairmont State history, is in her fourth season as an assistant coach for the Falcons. Eckleberry provides assistance in all areas of the women’s basketball program from recruiting, scouting and personnel management on game days. Eckleberry has been on the bench for a pair of WVIAC Tournament titles and NCAA Tournament appearances. Last season, Eckleberry helped the Falcons to a 22-10 record and the team’s second WVIAC Tournament title in three years. She also helped in the development of freshman point guard Kaitlin Snyder who was a member of the WVIAC All-Freshman team as well as the WVIAC AllTournament team.

Two seasons ago, Eckleberry helped coach Fairmont State to an 18-11 record. In her first year, the Falcons won 25 games as the Falcons captured the WVIAC Tournament championship for the first time in 24 years. Eckleberry, a native of Chester, W.Va., lettered three seasons at Fairmont State after transferring from Robert Morris. As a full-time starter in 200506, she was eighth in Division II with 6.2 assists per game and her 180 assists were the fifth-most in school history. As a senior, she was an All-WVIAC honorable mention and was seventh in the country in assists per game (6.66). She led the league in assist/turnover ratio (2.81). Eckleberry also set the school single-game assist record, dishing out 17 against West Chester on Nov. 18, 2006. Her 411 career assists are the sixth-best in school history. In the spring of 2007, she was awarded the Colebank Award as the school’s top senior female athlete.

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No. Name 1 Kaitlin Snyder 2 Theresa Zapach 3 Kelsi Wright 10 Brittany Lee 11 Jess Parsons 13 Raphaela Jochimczyk 14 Jen Rasko 20 Lauren Gilbert 21 Alana George 22 Maria Femia 23 Tiffany Nicholson 33 Kaitlyn Antolock 40 Jaclyn Murray 44 Rachel Murray

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Freshman 5-10, Guard Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion

Sophomore 5-11, Forward Bridgeville, Pa./South Fayette

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Pos. Ht. Hometown/High School (Last School) G 5-7 Charleston, W.Va./Sissonville C 6-1 Fairmont, W.Va./East Fairmont G 5-6 Rivesville, W.Va./North Marion F 5-11 Scott Depot, W.Va./Winfield G 5-7 Monongah, W.Va./North Marion F 6-0 Erlenbach, Germany G 5-9 Windber, Pa./Windber G 5-6 Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport (Potomac State) F 6-0 Bridgeville, Pa./South Fayette G 5-0 Charleston, W.Va./Charleston Catholic G 5-6 Mannington, W.Va./North Marion G 5-10 Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion C 6-3 Gloucester, Mass./ New Hampten (CC of Rhode Island) C 6-3 Gloucester, Mass./ New Hampten (CC of Rhode Island)

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Before Fairmont State: Won a pair of state titles at North Marion under coach

As A Freshman (2009-10): Played in seven games for the Falcons … made

Mike Parrish at North Marion ... also led the Huskies to three conference titles and three regional championships … top interior presence offensively and top rebounder for the Huskies… helped guide the NMHS to a 23-1 record as a senior … averaged 10 points and 7.5 rebounds per game during her final season … North Marion posted a 26-1 record en route to the state title as a junior … averaged 7.6 points and 5.4 rebounds during her junior campaign ... also a first team all-conference volleyball player.

debut at Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … played 16 minutes and scored four points against Ohio Valley (2/11/10) … also grabbed three rebounds and blocked a shot … five points, three rebounds and a blocked shot in 16 minutes of work against Salem (2/13/10) … saw action in WVIAC semifinals vs. Shepherd (3/5/10) and NCAA Tournament at Gannon (3/12/10).

Personal: Kaitlyn Nicole Antolock … daughter of Cari and Jo-Jo Antolock …

one of two children … served as officer for several clubs at North Marion … chose FSU in order to play close to home and in front of family and friends.

High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Matt Bacco at South Fayette

... team leader in rebounds and blocked shots ... helped the Lions to a 20-7 record as a senior ... averaged double figures in scoring and led the team in rebounds that season … scored 204 points and had 176 rebounds during her junior campaign … led the Lions to 17 victories and a second-straight playoff appearance that season. Alex George … one of two children … undecided major.

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High School: Two-sport standout at Charleston Catholic … three-year letterwinner in hoops under coach Ashley Shepler … two-time all-state selection … averaged 15 points as a junior and 14 as a senior … helped the Irish to a state title in 2007 and a runner-up finish in 2009 … also an all-state softball player.

Pos. Ht. Hometown/High School (Last School) G 5-10 Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion G 5-0 Charleston, W.Va./Charleston Catholic F 6-0 Bridgeville, Pa./South Fayette G 5-6 Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport (Potomac State) F 6-0 Erlenbach, Germany F 5-11 Scott Depot, W.Va./Winfield C 6-3 Gloucester, Mass./ New Hampten (CC of Rhode Island) C 6-3 Gloucester, Mass./ New Hampten (CC of Rhode Island) G 5-6 Mannington, W.Va./North Marion G 5-7 Monongah, W.Va./North Marion G 5-9 Windber, Pa./Windber G 5-7 Charleston, W.Va./Sissonville G 5-6 Rivesville, W.Va./North Marion C 6-1 Fairmont, W.Va./East Fairmont

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No. Name 33 Kaitlyn Antolock 22 Maria Femia 21 Alana George 20 Lauren Gilbert 13 Raphaela Jochimczyk 10 Brittany Lee 40 Jaclyn Murray 44 Rachel Murray 23 Tiffany Nicholson 11 Jess Parsons 14 Jen Rasko 1 Kaitlin Snyder 3 Kelsi Wright 2 Theresa Zapach

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Personal: Maria Femia … born Nov. 25, 1990 … daughter of Susan and Sam Femia … one of two children … undecided major.

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Senior 5-6, Guard Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport (Potomac State)

Freshman 6-0, Forward Erlenbach, Germany

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Before Fairmont State: Played at Cape Fear Academy in Wilmington, N.C. …

As A Sophomore (2009-10): Redshirted the season.

slowed by midseason injury but came back to help spark the Falcons at the end of the season … averaged 6.4 points and 2.3 rebounds per game … connected on a team-best 82 percent of her free throws … scored in double figures eight times … 11 points, three rebounds and three assists against Bluefield College (11/15/09) … seven points against Milligan College (11/16/09) … eight points, four rebounds and three steals vs. Ohio Valley (12/1/09) … 11 points and five rebounds vs. Concord (12/8/09) … tallied seven points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals against Lake Erie (1/3/10) … 11 points and five boards in win over Bluefield State (1/9/10) … 10 points in just 17 minutes of action against WV Wesleyan (1/16/10) … season-high 12 points in win over Seton Hill (1/18/10) … 11 points, including a pair of three-pointers, in lopsided win over Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … eight points off the bench in come-frombehind victory over West Virginia State (3/1/10) in first round of the WVIAC Tournament … 11 big points, including 3-of-4 from three-point range, in victory over Charleston in WVIAC quarters … also dished out a key assist down the stretch against the Golden Eagles … chipped in 10 points to help FSU capture the WVIAC Tournament title over West Liberty (3/6/10) … hit a three-pointer vs. Gannon in NCAA Tournament.

lettered in volleyball, basketball and lacrosse … all-state selection after scoring 16.8 points after helping lead the Hurricanes to a Class 2A title … two-time all-conference player.

As A Freshman (2008-09): Played in 22 games as a freshman … averaged 12

Personal: Raphaela Jochimczyk ... daughter of Brigitte and Michael Jochimczyk … one of two children … born April 1.

minutes per game … averaged three points and two rebounds per game … missed opening portion of season recovering from injury … five points, two assists and two steals in debut against Clarion (12/18/08) … one point and three boards against Shippensburg (12/20/08) … six points and two assists against WV Wesleyan (1/17/09) … six points, four assists and three rebounds against Salem (2/2/09) … 10 points and seven assists in 28 minutes of work against Davis & Elkins (2/7/09) … handed out four assists against Bluefield State (2/9/09) … seven points, six assists, three rebounds and three steals in victory over Salem (2/28/09). Before Fairmont State: Three-year letterman for coach Paul Sutherland … led

the Generals to three consecutive state tournament appearances … two-time first team all-state … three-time first team all-conference performer … helped the Generals to the state championship as a sophomore … scored 1,111 points in her career … as a senior, averaged 18.7 ppg, 7.5 rebounds, three assists and four steals … also lettered three years in track … won back-to-back team state championships as a junior and senior.

At Potomac State (2006-07): Spent one season at Potomac State ... led

the Catamounts to the best record in school history and a sixth-place finish nationally ... Region XX All-Tournament team, helping the squad advance to the national tournament.

Personal: Brittany Michelle Lee … born August 4 … daughter of Dean and

High School: Standout career at Bridgeport High leading the Indians to a pair

Points...............10 vs. Davis & Elkins (2/7/09) Rebounds..........3 (three times) Assists..............7 vs. Davis & Elkins (2/7/09) Steals................3 (twice)

Sharon Lee … youngest of three children … majoring in biology. Brittany Lee’s Career Highs

of state tournament appearances ... left Bridgeport in 2006 as the school’s third all-time leading scorer ... four-time all-county and all-conference ... named county and conference player of the year ... also excelled in soccer and track. Personal: Lauren Deanna Gilbert … born Feb. 23, 1988 … daughter of Barb Tims-Wright and Brad Gilbert … father is a teacher at Fairmont State … majoring in exercise science. Lauren Gilbert’s Career Highs

Points...............12 vs. Seton Hill (1/18/10) Rebounds..........5 (three times) Assists..............3 (six times) Steals................3 (four times)

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Brittany Lee’s Career Statistics

Lauren Gilbert’s Career Statistics Year

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2009-10 27/17 55/138 .399 14/48 .292 48/58 .828 172 6.4 62 2.3 49/2 32 45 2 30 541

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2008-09 22/0 17/46 .370 7/26 .269 11/17 .647 52 2.4 26 1.2 17/0 40 19 2 16 275 2009-10 DNP Total 22/0 17/46 .370 7/26 .269 11/17 .647 52 2.4 26 1.2 17/0 40 19 2 16 275

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Rachel Murray

Redshirt Junior 6-3, Center Gloucester, Mass./New Hampten (CC of Rhode Island)

Senior 6-3, Center Gloucester, Mass./New Hampten (CC of Rhode Island)

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As A Junior (2009-10): Played in just four games before missing the rest of

* All-WVIAC Honorable Mention (2010) * WVIAC All-Tournament Team (2010)

the season with an injury … earned a medical waiver and will have two years of eligibility remaining … averaged 11 minutes, 1.5 points and 4.0 rebounds … scored four points and tallied eight rebounds vs. Salem (11/24/09) … also blocked two shots against the Tigers … blocked four shots, scored two points and grabbed five boards in just 12 minutes of work against Ohio Valley (12/1/09).

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Community College of Rhode Island ... went 28-8 and won a district title and advanced to NJCAA Elite Eight ... averaged four points and six rebounds that season ... averaged five points and five rebounds last season helping the Knights to another 20-win season ... twin sister Rachel also played at CC of Rhode Island. High School: Helped lead the Huskies to three conference titles at New Hampten

... first team all-conference as a senior. Personal: Jaclyn Ann Murray … born Jan. 15, 1988 … daughter of Cathy and Dan Murray … one of three children … twin sister Rachel also on the Fairmont State roster … majoring in communications. Jaclyn Murray’s Career Highs

Points...............4 vs. Salem Int’l (11/24/09) Rebounds..........8 vs. Salem Int’l (11/24/09) Blocks...............4 vs. Ohio Valley (12/1/09)

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2009-10 4/0 3/11 .273 0/0 .000 0/2 .000 6 1.5 16 4.0 7/0 3 7 5 3 44

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American … helped lead the Huskies to three conference titles … also lettered two years in track. Personal: Rachel Murray … born Jan. 15, 1988 … daughter of Cathy and Dan

As A Junior (2009-10): Immediate impact inside for the Falcons in her first season … All-WVIAC Honorable Mention selection … established single season school record for blocked shots with 100 … already ranks sixth at FSU for career blocks … had more blocks than 10 teams in the WVIAC … ranked fourth nationally with 3.1 blocks per game … led the league and was 20th nationally in rebounds per game with 10.1 … her 322 rebound were the fourth-most in a season in school history … averaged 9.5 points per contest … seventh in the league in field goal percentage (.550) … registered 10 double-doubles … scored in double figures in 17 games and double-digit rebounds 14 times … had two games of 20 rebounds or more … double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds in debut against Bluefield College (11/15/09) … seven points, four blocks and 14 rebounds against Milligan (11/16/09) … 13 points and nine rebounds in win over West Liberty (12/5/09) … nine points, 12 boards and four blocks vs. Concord (12/8/09) … double-double with 10 points and 19 rebounds against Shippensburg (12/21/09) … 19 points, eight rebounds, five steals and three blocks in win over Bluefield State (1/9/10) … double-double with 10 points and 15 boards against Seton Hill (1/18/10) … scored 13 points and added 17 rebounds vs. Davis & Elkins (1/23/10) … 13 rebounds at Shepherd (2/1/10) … 16 points, 15 rebounds and six blocked shots against WV State (2/4/10) … 13 points in win over Salem Int’l (2/13/10) … scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds against Wheeling Jesuit (2/15/10) … 15 points and 12 rebounds, including seven on the offensive glass, vs. West Liberty (2/18/10) … netted 10 points vs. Shepherd (2/20/10) … pulled down 17 rebounds to go with 13 points and three blocked shots in win over Charleston (2/25/10) … six blocks, 14 points and eight rebounds at home against Seton Hill (2/27/10) … monster night on the boards with 20 rebounds in come-from-behind victory over WV State (3/1/10) in the first round of the WVIAC Tournament … also added 10 points and four blocked shots against the Yellow Jackets … nine points, 11 rebounds and four blocked shots against Shepherd (3/5/10) … huge game in the WVIAC Tournament finals with 23 points and 21 rebounds vs. West Liberty (3/6/10) … also added four blocked shots in the victory over the ‘Toppers … was named to the WVIAC All-Tournament team after averaging 12.0 points, 15.3 rebounds and 3.8 blocked shots for the tournament … eight rebounds, seven points and three blocked shots in NCAA Tournament game at Gannon (3/12/10).

At Community College of Rhode Island (2007-09): Played two seasons at

At Community College of Rhode Island (2007-09): Spent two seasons at Community College of Rhode Island ... team’s leading rebounder in her first season with the Knights ... also averaged over nine points per game as the team advanced to the NJCAA “Elite Eight” ... averaged nearly 10 points and seven rebounds in her final season with the Knights ... shot 50 percent from the field ... also averaged two blocks per game ... twin sister Jaclyn also played at CC of Rhode Island.

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Murray … one of three children … twin sister Jaclyn also on the Fairmont State roster … majoring in communications. Rachel Murray’s Career Highs

Points...............23 vs. West Liberty (3/6/10) Rebounds..........21 vs. West Liberty (3/6/10) Blocks...............6 (twice) Steals................5 vs. Bluefield State (1/9/10) Assists..............3 (twice)

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PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN

2009-10 32/32 127/231 .550 0/1 .000 51/76 .671 305 9.5 322 10.1 78/2 35 54 100 35 962

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Jess Parsons

Kaitlin Snyder

Sophomore 5-6, Guard Mannington, W.Va./North Marion

Freshman 5-7, Guard Monongah, W.Va./North Marion

Sophomore 5-7, Guard Charleston, W.Va./Sissonville

23 averaged 8.8 minutes, 2.5 points and 1.2 rebounds per game … 12 points and four steals against Salem (11/24/09) … nine points and three rebounds against Ohio Valley (12/1/09) … 11 points, five assists and four steals against WVU Tech (1/2/10) … five points and two steals in win over Bluefield State (1/9/10) … three points, three assists and three steals in road win over Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … 11 points and four steals at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) … scored six points at Salem Int’l (2/13/10) … four points at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10).

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Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Parrish at North Marion ... helped the Huskies to a 26-1 record and the 2009 state championship ... member of the state championship all-tournament team ... third team allstate team captain ... two-time first team All-NCAC selection ... scored 937 career points ... averaged 13.9 points and four assists per game.

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Before Fairmont State: Member of two state championship teams at North Marion under coach Mike Parrish at North Marion ... also a part of three conference titles and three regional championships … two-time first team AllNCAC and All-Mon Valley team … played in 10 games before missing the rest of her senior season with an injury … was averaging 9.3 points and 5.8 assists per game before missing the rest of the year … North Marion posted a 26-1 record en route to the state title as a junior ... averaged nine points, five assists, five rebounds and three steals during that season … averaged 9.5 points, 7.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists during her sophomore season.

Freshman 5-9, Guard Windber, Pa./Windber

14 Before Fairmont State: Scored over 1,000 points for coach Rich Price at Windber … three-time All-West Pac Conference team … averaged 19.8 points per game as a senior … also averaged 7.2 rebounds, 4.8 steals and 4.5 assists per game … helped the Ramblers to a 17-6 record … connected on 45 percent from the field and 39 percent from three-point range … averaged 18.8 points per game as a junior and helped Windber to a 15-8 record … also chipped in eight rebounds, six assists and four steals per contest … also lettered in softball and tennis.

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two children … birthday is Oct. 17 … plans to major in elementary education.

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Kaitlin Snyder’s Career Statistics

PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN

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2009-10 31/0 26/65 .304 7/23 .304 20/32 .625 79 2.5 36 1.2 27/0 19 46 3 27 274

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Before Fairmont State: Three-time first team All-State selection for coach Annette Olenchick at Sissonville ... also a three-time first team all-league honoree ... helped the Indians to three sectional championships ... averaged 19.2 points and 6.5 assists as a senior ... led the Indians a 25-2 record and to the state semifinals ... named to the state all-tournament team ... scored over

Personal: Jennifer Rose Rasko … daughter of Billie and Tom Rasko … one of

Tiffany Nicholson

Points...............29 vs. Shepherd (3/5/10) Rebounds..........7 vs. Davis & Elkins (1/23/10) Assists..............8 vs. WV Wesleyan (1/16/10) Steals................5 (twice)

… member of the All-WVIAC Freshman Team … averaged 11.4 points and 2.9 assists per game … fourth-most points by a freshman in school history (364) … second on the team in scoring … second in the WVIAC among freshmen in scoring … 17 games in double digits … five points and five boards in debut against Bluefield College (11/15/09) … 10 points in 17 minutes in win over Salem Int’l (11/24/09) … 13 points, two steals and two blocks in win over West Liberty (12/5/09) … scored seven points, grabbed six rebounds and handed out four assists at Concord (12/8/09) … netted 18 points vs. Lake Erie (1/3/10) … 11 points and four rebounds vs. Glenville State (1/14/10) … handed out eight assists at WV Wesleyan (1/16/10) … 17 points in road win over Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … scored 19 points, including 3-of-5 from three-point range, and added seven rebounds against Davis & Elkins (1/23/10) … six assists and four rebounds vs. Pitt Johnstown (1/28/10) … scored 18 points and dished out five assists against WV State (2/4/10) … 18 points, five rebounds and four assists in victory over Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) … chipped in 11 points vs. Ohio Valley (2/11/10) … 13 points, five assists and four steals at home against Wheeling Jesuit (2/15/10) … scored 20 points at West Liberty (2/18/10) … netted 15 points vs. Shepherd (2/20/10) … eight points, five steals and four assists at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) … 19 points in victory over Charleston (2/25/10) … 11 points and five rebounds against Seton Hill (2/27/10) … scored 16 points and helped spark furious second-half rally vs. WV State (3/1/10) in first round of the WVIAC Tournament … 17 points and five assists in victory over Charleston (3/3/10) … came up with game-sealing steal on UC’s final possession … exploded for 29 points, five steals, five rebounds and three assists to key Falcons to win over Shepherd (3/5/10) in WVIAC Tournament semis … battled foul trouble but scored nine points in WVIAC Tournament finals vs. West Liberty (3/6/10) … named to the WVIAC All-Tournament Team after averaging 17.8 points in the tournament … seven points and four assists at Gannon in NCAA Tournament (3/12/10).

Jen Rasko

Points...............12 vs. Salem Int’l (11/24/09) Rebounds..........4 vs. Shepherd (2/1/10) Steals................4 (twice) Assists..............5 vs. WVU Tech (1/2/10)

Kaitlin Snyder’s Career Highs

As A Freshman (2009-10): Starter in all 32 games in her first year as a Falcons

two children … majoring in business.

Tiffany Nicholson’s Career Highs

Personal: Kaitlin Brea Snyder … born Sept. 12, 1990 … daughter of Tammie and Terry Snyder … one of two children … pre-nursing.

* All-WVIAC Freshman Team * All-WVIAC Tournament Team

Personal: Jessica Ann Parsons … daughter of Valerie and Jon Parsons … one of

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Theresa Zapach

Freshman 5-6, Guard Rivesville, W.Va./North Marion

Junior 6-1, Center Fairmont, W.Va./East Fairmont

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3 Before Fairmont State: Won a pair of state titles at North Marion under coach Mike Parrish at North Marion ... also led the Huskies to three conference titles and three regional championships … scored 1,000 career points … helped guide the Huskies to a 23-1 record as a senior … first team All-NCAC pick while averaging 13 points per game, nearly five assists and four steals as a senior … averaged 9.7 points and 3.2 assists during her junior season … North Marion posted a 26-1 record en route to the state title as a junior … was named first team All-NCAC and All-Mon Valley … averaged 11 points and 3.6 steals per game as a sophomore.

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Personal: Kelsi Lynn Wright … one of two children … involved in Spirit and Key

Clubs in high school … plans to major in nursing.

At Fairmont State (2007-10): Volleyball letterwinner at Fairmont State under coach Larry Hill … one of the team’s top blockers over the past two seasons … helped lead the Falcons to the top of the WVIAC standings as a senior. High School: Local standout who excelled on the hardwood … all-state

honorable mention after leading East Fairmont to its second state tournament appearance in school history in 2007… averaged 6.1 points and 5.8 boards … Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee … played volleyball coach Stacy Linger at East Fairmont … two-time All-NCAC … all-state honorable mention as a senior … registered 237 kills and 69 blocks that season … also tallied 70 aces and 120 digs … helped the Bees to a pair of appearances in the state tournament.

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Squad Breakdown By Height

By State West Virginia (9): Kaitlyn Antolock (Fairmont), Maria Femia (Charleston), Lauren Gilbert (Bridgeport), Brittany Lee (Scott Depot), Tiffany Nicholson (Mannington), Jessica Parsons (Monongah), Kaitlin Snider (Sissonville), Kelsi Wright (Rivesville), Theresa Zapach (Fairmont) Massachusetts (2): Jaclyn Murray (Gloucester), Rachel Murray (Gloucester) Pennsylvania (2): Alana George (Bridgeville), Jen Rasko (Windber)

5-6: Maria Femia, Tiffany Nicholson, Kelsi Wright 5-7: Lauren Gilbert, Jessica Parsons, Kaitlin Snyder 5-9: Jen Rasko 5-10: Kaitlyn Antolock 5-11: Brittany Lee 6-0: Alana George, Raphaela Jochimczyk 6-1: Theresa Zapach 6-3: Jaclyn Murray, Rachel Murray

Pronunciation Guide Alana (George): uh-LANE-uh Femia: FEE-me-uh Raphaela: Raff-i-el-uh Jochimczyk: yokum-CHECK

Germany (1): Raphaela Jochimczyk (Erlenbach)

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Guard (8): Kaitlyn Antolock Maria Femia, Lauren Gilbert, Tiffany Nicholson, Jessica Parsons, Jen Rasko, Kaitlin Snyder, Kelsi Wright Forward (3): Alana George, Raphaela Jochimczyk, Brittany Lee Center (3): Jaclyn Murray, Rachel Murray, Theresa Zapach

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vs BColl 5-5-3 2-4-3 9-3-1 0-0-0 0-7-0 21-5-3 11-3-3 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 2-0-0 0-2-0 10-10-2 vs Mill 9-2-1 6-1-1 8-5-1 DNP 1-2-2 18-3-2 7-1-1 DNP 0-1-1 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-1 7-14-3 SALEM 10-2-1 4-0-3 14-1-0 2-3-1 8-2-0 13-1-3 6-3-3 DNP 12-3-1 0-0-1 5-3-4 4-8-2 5-8-1 OVU 7-3-0 11-0-1 17-2-1 4-0-0 0-6-1 13-7-3 8-4-3 DNP 9-3-1 0-0-0 7-0-0 2-5-0 0-7-0 WLU 13-2-0 11-9-1 9-2-1 DNP 2-2-1 19-5-2 5-3-1 DNP 1-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 13-9-0 at CU 7-6-4 8-1-1 3-1-0 DNP 9-7-3 24-1-1 11-5-3 DNP 1-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 9-12-2 SHIP 3-2-2 2-3-2 16-1-0 DNP 8-4-1 34-3-2 4-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 10-19-1 WVU-T 5-1-1 8-4-1 14-2-0 DNP 10-5-1 13-5-2 7-3-3 DNP 11-1-5 2-4-0 5-2-2 DNP 2-6-3 LEC 18-0-2 2-2-0 12-1-1 DNP 2-6-2 23-5-3 7-4-3 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-2 at BSC 8-3-3 3-1-1 11-3-6 DNP 3-2-2 20-0-1 11-5-1 DNP 5-1-1 3-2-2 15-2-1 DNP 19-8-2 GSC 11-4-2 8-5-6 12-1-3 DNP 10-4-0 26-2-4 4-5-1 DNP 2-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 5-8-1 at WVWC 2-0-8 10-3-2 7-1-2 DNP 8-5-2 12-0-1 10-4-1 DNP 0-1-0 3-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 12-1-1 at SHU 8-3-1 2-3-1 3-3-2 DNP 6-4-2 19-4-0 12-3-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 10-15-2 at WJU 17-4-2 6-3-5 6-2-4 0-0-0 10-3-0 18-3-1 11-3-1 0-0-0 3-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 4-5-2 D&E 19-7-2 0-2-1 5-1-1 DNP 11-9-0 18-2-2 9-2-1 DNP 0-2-0 0-1-0 DNP DNP 13-17-1 UPJ 2-4-6 4-5-1 23-4-0 DNP 7-7-0 15-3-4 2-2-0 DNP 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 DNP 17-11-1 at Shep 7-3-4 0-1-0 9-1-3 DNP 6-2-0 31-4-2 6-2-1 DNP 4-4-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 DNP 5-13-0 WV STATE 18-1-5 3-5-5 3-3-1 DNP 8-4-0 28-2-3 DNP DNP 0-2-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP 16-15-0 at A-B 18-5-4 9-6-0 14-0-0 0-0-0 8-6-5 12-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 8-1-2 DNP 8-4-2 at OVU 11-2-2 3-2-0 17-3-0 4-3-0 0-1-2 7-4-4 DNP 4-3-0 11-1-0 4-2-0 12-1-1 DNP 8-8-0 at Salem 2-2-5 2-6-2 7-2-4 2-3-0 6-5-0 11-3-1 DNP 5-3-0 6-2-1 3-3-4 12-0-3 DNP 13-5-2 WJU 13-2-5 4-4-1 5-1-0 DNP 7-3-0 38-4-4 DNP DNP 0-0-2 DNP DNP DNP 10-8-0 at WLU 20-2-4 10-3-0 4-4-1 DNP 2-4-0 20-2-1 3-2-0 DNP 4-2-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 15-12-1 SHEP 15-3-3 2-6-0 2-0-0 DNP 10-3-4 30-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-1 0-1-0 2-0-0 DNP 10-7-0 at UPJ 8-3-4 4-4-1 7-2-1 DNP 7-9-5 41-5-3 2-1-0 DNP 4-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 2-4-0 CHARS 19-4-1 2-1-0 23-1-0 DNP 10-7-1 19-5-4 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 13-17-3 SHU 11-5-2 2-3-0 8-6-4 DNP 4-6-1 19-2-5 0-1-0 DNP 2-1-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 14-8-1 WVSU* 16-2-2 2-2-1 0-0-1 DNP 4-4-1 22-2-3 8-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 10-20-1 vs Chars* 17-2-5 2-1-0 0-2-2 DNP 9-8-2 19-3-2 11-1-1 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 6-9-0 vs Shep* 29-5-3 2-0-3 3-3-1 0-1-0 10-5-3 26-6-2 4-1-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 9-11-0 vs WLU* 9-3-1 0-5-1 2-2-0 DNP 10-13-1 31-3-3 10-2-1 DNP 0-1-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 23-21-1 at Gannon# 7-2-4 3-3-4 3-1-1 0-0-0 3-6-1 39-1-3 3-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 7-8-0 * WVIAC Tournament # NCAA Tournament

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14 Ashley Vavrek 32-32 206-469 .439 87-236 .369 200-246 .813 23 76 99/3.1 57-0 75 93 6 70 699/21.8 01 Kaitlin Snyder 32-32 137-304 .451 42-120 .350 48-59 .814 17 77 94/2.9 76-2 92 87 9 58 364/11.4 44 Rachel Murray 32-32 127-231 .550 0-1 .000 51-76 .671 112 210 322/10.1 78-2 35 54 100 35 305/9.5 03 Lauren Streicher 32-32 95-273 .348 58-187 .310 28-36 .778 10 54 64/2.0 55-0 42 70 0 22 276/8.6 13 Mo Gattuso 32-14 86-200 .430 0-2 .000 27-64 .422 55 106 161/5.0 99-4 43 63 8 66 199/6.2 20 Lauren Gilbert 27-17 55-138 .399 14-48 .292 48-58 .828 23 39 62/2.3 49-2 32 45 2 30 172/6.4 02 Samantha Guell 32-1 52-120 .433 14-60 .233 19-25 .760 26 72 98/3.1 43-0 48 43 13 33 137/4.3 23 Tiffany Nicholson 31-0 26-65 .400 7-23 .304 20-32 .625 14 22 36/1.2 27-0 19 46 3 27 79/2.5 33 Danielle Floyd 21-0 26-59 .441 14-38 .368 2-2 1.000 5 8 13/0.6 8-0 15 17 0 13 68/3.2 32 Melissa Henry 24-0 5-20 .250 3-15 .200 2-2 1.000 4 10 14/0.6 2-0 7 5 0 8 15/0.6 11 Anna-Maria Boshkova 9-0 5-8 .625 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 1 9 10/1.1 7-0 1 5 0 1 12/1.3 21 Alana George 7-0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 7-12 .583 3 3 6/0.9 7-0 0 2 1 1 9/1.3 40 Jaclyn Murray 4-0 3-11 .273 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 5 11 16/4.0 7-0 3 7 5 3 6/1.5 Team................ 50 71 121/3.8 14 Total.......... 32 824-1901 .433 239-731 .327 454-616 .737 348 768 1116/34.9 515/10 412 551 147 367 2341/73.2 Opponents...... 32 729-1859 .392 157-497 .316 413-588 .702 448 806 1254/39.2 531/- 369 677 81 269 2028/63.4

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Date Opponent

11/15/09 11/16/09 11/24/09 12/1/09 12/5/09 12/8/09 12/21/09 1/2/10 1/3/10 1/9/10 1/14/10 1/16/10 1/18/10 1/21/10 1/23/10 1/28/10 2/1/10 2/4/10 2/8/10 2/11/10 2/13/10 2/15/10 2/18/10 2/20/10 2/23/10 2/25/10 2/27/10 3/1/10 3/3/10 3/5/10 3/6/10 3/12/10

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+vs Bluefield College W +vs Milligan College L *SALEM INT’L W *OHIO VALLEY W *WEST LIBERTY W *at Concord L SHIPPENSBURG W ~ WVU TECH W ~ LAKE ERIE L *at BSC-W W *GLENVILLE STATE W *at West Virginia Wesleyan L *at Seton Hill W *at Wheeling Jesuit W *DAVIS & ELKINS WOT *PITT JOHNSTOWN W *at Shepherd L *WV STATE L *at Alderson-Broaddus W *at Ohio Valley W *at Salem Int’l W *WHEELING JESUIT L *at West Liberty L *SHEPHERD W *at Pitt Johnstown W *CHARLESTON W *SETON HILL L #WV STATE W ^vs Charleston W ^vs Shepherd W ^vs West Liberty WOT $at Gannon L

60-51 56-74 83-34 78-47 73-66 72-76 77-69 77-41 64-67 98-37 78-76 64-65 60-54 75-53 75-69 70-58 68-74 76-84 77-48 81-42 69-39 77-83 78-93 73-59 75-64 86-76 60-68 62-57 64-62 85-72 85-78 65-92

(21)Ashley Vavrek (18)Ashley Vavrek (14)Lauren Streicher (17)Lauren Streicher (19)Ashley Vavrek (24)Ashley Vavrek (34)Ashley Vavrek (14)Lauren Streicher (23)Ashley Vavrek (20)Ashley Vavrek (26)Ashley Vavrek (12)Rachel Murray, Vavrek (19)Ashley Vavrek (18)Ashley Vavrek (19)Kaitlin Snyder (23)Lauren Streicher (31)Ashley Vavrek (28)Ashley Vavrek (18)Kaitlin Snyder (17)Lauren Streicher (13)Rachel Murray (38)Ashley Vavrek (20)Vavrek, Snyder (30)Ashley Vavrek (41)Ashley Vavrek (23)Lauren Streicher (19)Ashley Vavrek (22)Ashley Vavrek (19)Ashley Vavrek (29)Kaitlin Snyder (31)Ashley Vavrek (39)Ashley Vavrek

(10)Rachel Murray (14)Rachel Murray (8)Jaclyn Murray, Rachel Murray (7)Ashley Vavrek, Rachel Murray (9)Samantha Guell, Rachel Murray (12)Rachel Murray (19)Rachel Murray (6)Rachel Murray (6)Mo Gattuso (8)Rachel Murray (8)Rachel Murray (5)Mo Gattuso (15)Rachel Murray (5)Rachel Murray (17)Rachel Murray (11)Rachel Murray (13)Rachel Murray (15)Rachel Murray (6)Mo Gattuso, Samantha Guell (8)Rachel Murray (6)Samantha Guell (8)Rachel Murray (12)Rachel Murray (7)Rachel Murray (9)Mo Gattuso (17)Rachel Murray (8)Rachel Murray (20)Rachel Murray (9)Rachel Murray (11)Rachel Murray (21)Rachel Murray (8)Rachel Murray

* = Conference game + = Concord Classic (Athens, W.Va.) ~ = FSU Alumni Classic (Fairmont, W.Va.)

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# = WVIAC Tournament (Fairmont, W.Va.) ^ = WVIAC Tournament (Charleston, W.Va.) $ = NCAA Tournament (Erie, Pa.)^ - Concord Classic (Athens, W.Va.)

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POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

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98 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 86 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 85 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 85 vs Shepherd (3/5/10) 83 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 35 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 33 at Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) 33 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 76 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 74 WVU TECH (1/2/10) .604 (32-53) at Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) .583 (28-48) at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 15 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 12 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 37 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 33 vs Milligan College (11/16/09) .500 (10-20) vs Charleston (3/3/10) .500 (8-16) at Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) 31 vs Shepherd (3/5/10) 26 SHIPPENSBURG (12/21/09) 38 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 37 vs Shepherd (3/5/10) 1.000 (12-12) WVU TECH (1/2/10) 1.000 (8-8) at Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) 53 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 47 DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) 22 at Salem Int’l (2/13/10) 20 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 20 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 28 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 25 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 8 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 8 WV STATE (2/4/10) 25 at Seton Hill (1/18/10) 24 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 24 GLENVILLE STATE (1/14/10) 24 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 22 SHIPPENSBURG (12/21/09) 22 at Concord (12/8/09) 22 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09)

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POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

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93 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 92 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 84 WV STATE (2/4/10) 83 WHEELING JESUIT (2/15/10) 78 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 33 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 32 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 75 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 74 vs Shepherd (3/5/10) 74 WV STATE (2/4/10) .556 (25-45) at W. Va. Wesleyan (1/16/10) .524 (33-63) at Gannon University (3/12/10) 13 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 10 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 10 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 32 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 27 GLENVILLE STATE (1/14/10) .714 (5-7) LAKE ERIE (1/3/10) .556 (10-18) at Gannon University (3/12/10) 29 at Concord (12/8/09) 22 SHIPPENSBURG (12/21/09) 22 vs Milligan College (11/16/09) 36 at Concord (12/8/09) 31 SHIPPENSBURG (12/21/09) 31 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 31 vs Milligan College (11/16/09) .875 (21-24) WHEELING JESUIT (2/15/10) .867 (13-15) SHEPHERD (2/20/10) 52 GLENVILLE STATE (1/14/10) 49 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 49 WV STATE (2/4/10) 26 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 20 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 17 at Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) 16 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 7 vs Charleston (3/3/10) 6 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 6 SHEPHERD (2/20/10) 44 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 36 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 26 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 23 vs West Liberty (3/6/10)

POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

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56 vs Milligan College (11/16/09) 60 vs Bluefield College (11/15/09) 60 at Seton Hill (1/18/10) 60 SETON HILL (2/27/10) 62 WV STATE (3/1/10) 19 vs Bluefield College (11/15/09) 19 WV STATE (3/1/10) 47 LAKE ERIE (1/3/10) 47 vs Shepherd (3/5/10) .304 (21-69) vs Milligan College (11/16/09) .322 (19-59) WV STATE (3/1/10) 1 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 3 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 3 at Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) 3 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 6 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 12 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) .136 (3-22) WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) .167 (1-6) at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) .167 (3-18) at Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) 3 at Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) 5 vs Milligan College (11/16/09) 6 at Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) 8 at Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) .500 (3-6) at Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) .500 (5-10) vs Milligan College (11/16/09) 17 at W. Va. Wesleyan (1/16/10) 23 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 6 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 7 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 4 SETON HILL (2/27/10) 5 vs Bluefield College (11/15/09) 5 at Concord (12/8/09) 5 at Seton Hill (1/18/10) 5 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 5 vs Charleston (3/3/10) 5 at Gannon University (3/12/10) 2 at W. Va. Wesleyan (1/16/10) 2 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 2 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 10 at Salem Int’l (2/13/10) 11 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 9 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 10 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 10 vs Shepherd (3/5/10)

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34 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 37 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 39 at Salem Int’l (2/13/10) 41 WVU TECH (1/2/10) 42 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 10 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 13 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 40 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 45 at W. Va. Wesleyan (1/16/10) .208 (10-48) SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) .275 (19-69) vs Bluefield College (11/15/09) 0 WVU TECH (1/2/10) 0 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 5 at W. Va. Wesleyan (1/16/10) 7 WVU TECH (1/2/10) 7 LAKE ERIE (1/3/10) 7 at BSC-W (1/9/10) .000 (0-7) WVU TECH (1/2/10) .000 (0-7) at BSC-W (1/9/10) 4 vs Charleston (3/3/10) 5 DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) 7 vs Charleston (3/3/10) 9 WVU TECH (1/2/10) 9 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 9 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) .357 (5-14) DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) .462 (6-13) at Salem Int’l (2/13/10) 27 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 31 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 31 WHEELING JESUIT (2/15/10) 1 SALEM INT’L (11/24/09) 3 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 3 SHIPPENSBURG (12/21/09) 3 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 0 at BSC-W (1/9/10) 0 at Shepherd (2/1/10) 0 SETON HILL (2/27/10) 12 at Concord (12/8/09) 12 at West Liberty (2/18/10) 12 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 12 vs West Liberty (3/6/10) 6 at Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) 10 at Salem Int’l (2/13/10)

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FSU

Game #1 – 11/15/09 Bluefield College vs Fairmont State at Athens, W.Va. FAIRMONT STATE 60, BLUEFIELD COLLEGE 51

Game #3 – 11/24/09 Salem Int’l vs Fairmont State at Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 83, SALEM INT’L 34

Game #5 – 12/5/09 West Liberty vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 73, WEST LIBERTY 66

BLUEFIELD COLLEGE (0-1) Kia Gilliard 4-12 0-2 9; Megan Randall 3-6 1-1 8; Brittney Whaley 3-10 1-2 7; Kiara Honore 2-6 1-2 7; Katrina Morris 2-4 1-3 5; Hannah Lawrence 2-2 0-0 4; De’Onna Darling 1-3 2-2 4; Heather Ferrell 0-7 2-2 2; Takieya Rouse 1-7 0-0 2; Antonia Cataldi 1-3 0-0 2; Celinda Arrington 0-3 1-2 1; Kiara Williams 0-2 0-0 0; Takashi Franklin 0-0 0-0 0; De’Arra Darling 0-0 0-0 0; Kendra Nutter 0-1 0-0 0; Holly Hudson 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 19-69 9-16 51. FAIRMONT STATE (1-0) Ashley Vavrek 5-10 7-9 21; Lauren Gilbert 3-9 4-5 11; Rachel Murray 5-9 0-0 10; Lauren Streicher 3-10 0-1 9; Kaitlin Snyder 1-7 3-4 5; Samantha Guell 1-2 0-0 2; Danielle Floyd 1-1 0-0 2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1 0-0 0; AnnaMaria Boshkova 0-0 0-0 0; Jaclyn Murray 0-0 0-0 0; Mo Gattuso 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 19-53 14-19 60. Bluefield College 14 37 51 Fairmont State 21 39 60 3-point goals--Bluefield College 4-16 (Kiara Honore 2-3; Megan Randall 1-2; Kia Gilliard 1-2; Heather Ferrell 0-3; Kendra Nutter 0-1; Holly Hudson 0-3; Brittney Whaley 0-1; Kiara Williams 0-1), Fairmont State 8-23 (Ashley Vavrek 4-7; Lauren Streicher 3-7; Lauren Gilbert 1-5; Samantha Guell 0-1; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1; Kaitlin Snyder 0-2). Rebounds--Bluefield College 42 (Takieya Rouse 7; Kia Gilliard 7), Fairmont State 39 (Rachel Murray 10). Assists--Bluefield College 6 (Kiara Honore 1; Brittney Whaley 1; Kia Gilliard 1; Holly Hudson 1; De’Onna Darling 1; Kiara Williams 1), Fairmont State 15 (Lauren Gilbert 3; Ashley Vavrek 3; Kaitlin Snyder 3; Samantha Guell 3). Att-125

SALEM INT’L (0-2, 0-1) Flora Amayo 2-12 4-8 9; Briana Terry 3-6 3-7 9; Emily Bowles 2-5 2-2 6; Rachel Morris 1-7 2-3 4; Rachel Mynes 1-4 0-0 3; Casey Mitchell 1-8 0-0 2; Lauren Amonett 0-1 1-2 1; Krystal Jenkins 0-1 0-0 0; Brieanna Taylor 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 10-48 12-22 34. FAIRMONT STATE (2-1, 1-0) Lauren Streicher 5-10 0-0 14; Ashley Vavrek 4-8 2-2 13; Tiffany Nicholson 4-5 2-4 12; Kaitlin Snyder 5-9 0-0 10; Mo Gattuso 4-7 0-1 8; Lauren Gilbert 2-4 2-2 6; Danielle Floyd 2-8 0-0 5; Rachel Murray 2-4 1-2 5; Samantha Guell 2-2 0-0 4; Jaclyn Murray 2-5 0-2 4; Anna-Maria Boshkova 1-2 0-0 2; Melissa Henry 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 33-66 7-13 83. Salem Int’l 14 20 34 Fairmont State 47 36 83 3-point goals--Salem Int’l 2-13 (Flora Amayo 1-2; Rachel Mynes 1-4; Rachel Morris 0-2; Casey Mitchell 0-3; Krystal Jenkins 0-1; Brieanna Taylor 0-1), Fairmont State 10-28 (Lauren Streicher 4-7; Ashley Vavrek 3-7; Tiffany Nicholson 2-3; Danielle Floyd 1-4; Anna-Maria Boshkova 0-1; Melissa Henry 0-2; Lauren Gilbert 0-1; Kaitlin Snyder 0-3). Rebounds--Salem Int’l 45 (Emily Bowles 11), Fairmont State 36 (Rachel Murray 8; Jaclyn Murray 8). Assists--Salem Int’l 1 (Rachel Morris 1), Fairmont State 20 (Danielle Floyd 4). Att-215

WEST LIBERTY (2-4, 0-3) Tori Hansen 6-15 5-9 17; Meghan Wiseman 2-8 12-14 16; Laura Malernee 5-9 0-0 15; Jenni Robbins 2-4 2-2 8; Jenn Cessna 1-3 1-2 4; Erica Hershberger 1-1 0-0 3; Andi Winney 1-3 1-2 3; Mattison Chilton 0-0 0-0 0; Kayla Ayers 0-4 0-2 0. Totals 18-47 21-31 66. FAIRMONT STATE (4-1, 3-0) Ashley Vavrek 6-17 7-11 19; Kaitlin Snyder 3-7 5-6 13; Rachel Murray 5-10 3-5 13; Samantha Guell 3-8 5-8 11; Lauren Streicher 4-13 0-0 9; Lauren Gilbert 1-4 3-4 5; Mo Gattuso 1-6 0-0 2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 1-4 1; Danielle Floyd 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-65 24-38 73. West Liberty 34 32 66 Fairmont State 33 40 73 3-point goals--West Liberty 9-19 (Laura Malernee 5-9; Jenni Robbins 2-3; Jenn Cessna 1-1; Erica Hershberger 1-1; Kayla Ayers 0-1; Andi Winney 0-1; Meghan Wiseman 0-1; Tori Hansen 0-2), Fairmont State 3-22 (Kaitlin Snyder 2-4; Lauren Streicher 1-8; Samantha Guell 0-3; Lauren Gilbert 0-2; Ashley Vavrek 0-5). Rebounds--West Liberty 42 (Tori Hansen 6; Kayla Ayers 6; Meghan Wiseman 6), Fairmont State 42 (Rachel Murray 9; Samantha Guell 9). Assists--West Liberty 8 (Jenni Robbins 4), Fairmont State 6 (Ashley Vavrek 2). Att-415

Game #2 – 11/16/09 Milligan College vs Fairmont State at Athens, W.Va. MILLIGAN COLLEGE 74, FAIRMONT STATE 56

Game #4 – 12/1/09 Ohio Valley vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 78, OHIO VALLEY 47

Game #6 – 12/8/09 Fairmont State vs Concord At Athens, W.Va. CONCORD 76, FAIRMONT STATE 72

MILLIGAN COLLEGE (1-1) Heather Mandela 9-21 9-11 27; Brittany Kilgore 2-5 5-6 10; Alisha Mainer 3-4 2-5 8; Dorian Freeman 2-4 3-4 8; Jaimee Hill 2-5 2-3 6; Brit White 2-4 0-06; Samantha Blevins 2-4 0-0 4; Megan Casteel 1-1 0-0 2; Ashlee Price 1-1 0-0 2; Ali Gardner 0-0 1-2 1; Sarah Muniz 0-0 0-0 0; Victoria Dailey 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 24-53 22-31 74. FAIRMONT STATE (1-1) Ashley Vavrek 5-15 3-4 18; Kaitlin Snyder 4-11 0-0 9; Lauren Streicher 3-13 0-1 8; Lauren Gilbert 3-9 0-0 7; Rachel Murray 3-6 1-3 7; Samantha Guell 3-9 0-0 6; Mo Gattuso 0-3 1-2 1; Danielle Floyd 0-2 0-0 0; Jaclyn Murray 0-1 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-69 5-10 56. Milligan College 18 56 74 Fairmont State 33 23 56 3-point goals--Milligan College 4-12 (Brit White 2-3; Brittany Kilgore 1-4; Dorian Freeman 1-1; Samantha Blevins 0-1; Victoria Dailey 0-2; Heather Mandela 0-1), Fairmont State 9-33 (Ashley Vavrek 5-12; Lauren Streicher 2-8; Lauren Gilbert 1-3; Kaitlin Snyder 1-3; Danielle Floyd 0-2; Mo Gattuso 0-1; Samantha Guell 0-4). Rebounds--Milligan College 43 (Heather Mandela 12), Fairmont State 33 (Rachel Murray 14). Assists--Milligan College 11 (Alisha Mainer 3), Fairmont State 13 (Rachel Murray 3). Att-75

OHIO VALLEY (1-2, 0-2) Kendra Benedict 5-7 1-2 11; Victoria Ball 3-7 4-7 10; Hillary Spears 3-6 1-2 9; Denae Beavers 2-10 1-2 7; Rayshell Pittman 0-2 4-4 4; Danielle Sams 1-62-2 4; Jessica Montesano 1-5 0-0 2; Natalie Kline 0-4 0-0 0; Katie Whitaker 0-2 0-0 0; Megan Owings 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 15-49 13-19 47. FAIRMONT STATE (3-1, 2-0) Lauren Streicher 6-13 2-3 17; Ashley Vavrek 4-14 5-7 13; Samantha Guell 4-4 1-1 11; Tiffany Nicholson 2-5 4-6 9; Lauren Gilbert 3-6 1-1 8; Kaitlin Snyder 3-11 0-0 7; Danielle Floyd 3-5 0-0 7; Anna-Maria Boshkova 1-1 2-2 4; Jaclyn Murray 1-5 0-0 2; Rachel Murray 0-7 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Mo Gattuso 0-5 0-2 0. Totals 27-76 15-22 78. Ohio Valley 15 32 47 Fairmont State 46 32 78 3-point goals--Ohio Valley 4-17 (Denae Beavers 2-8; Hillary Spears 2-2; Rayshell Pittman 0-1; Danielle Sams 0-4; Jessica Montesano 0-1; Katie Whitaker 0-1), Fairmont State 9-25 (Lauren Streicher 3-9; Samantha Guell 2-2; Tiffany Nicholson 1-2; Lauren Gilbert 1-2; Kaitlin Snyder 1-4; Danielle Floyd 1-2; Ashley Vavrek 0-4). Rebounds--Ohio Valley 46 (Hillary Spears 11), Fairmont State 44 (Ashley Vavrek 7; Rachel Murray 7). Assists--Ohio Valley 7 (Kendra Benedict 2), Fairmont State 10 (Lauren Gilbert 3; Ashley Vavrek 3). Att-195

FAIRMONT STATE (4-2) Ashley Vavrek 7-14 5-9 24; Lauren Gilbert 3-9 5-5 11; Mo Gattuso 4-8 1-2 9; Rachel Murray 4-7 1-2 9; Samantha Guell 3-5 0-0 8; Kaitlin Snyder 3-12 0-0 7; Lauren Streicher 1-7 0-0 3; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1 1-2 1; Danielle Floyd 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-63 13-20 72. CONCORD (6-0) Sydney Lindsey 5-10 7-10 20; Jolysa Brown 3-13 11-12 17; Camisha Alexander 5-7 3-3 14; Sierra Brown 3-9 3-4 9; Sarah Blevins 2-3 4-4 8; Meghan Cole 2-5 0-0 5; Emily Blevins 1-2 0-1 2; Holly Bibb 0-0 1-2 1; Kristin Kidd 0-2 0-0 0; Anna Truckley 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-51 29-36 76. Fairmont State 42 30 72 Concord 30 46 76 3-point goals--Fairmont State 9-32 (Ashley Vavrek 5-10; Samantha Guell 2-3; Lauren Streicher 1-6; Kaitlin Snyder 1-8; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1; Lauren Gilbert 0-4), Concord 5-11 (Sydney Lindsey 3-5; Camisha Alexander 1-2; Meghan Cole 1-3; Emily Blevins 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 38 (Rachel Murray 12), Concord 35 (Jolysa Brown 11). Assists--Fairmont State 14 (Kaitlin Snyder 4), Concord 13 (Meghan Cole 3; Camisha Alexander 3). Att-600

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Game #7 Shippensburg vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 77, SHIPPENSBURG 69

Game #9 – 1/3/10 Lake Erie vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena LAKE ERIE 67, FAIRMONT STATE 64

Game #11 – 1/14/10 Glenville State vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 78, GLENVILLE STATE 76

SHIPPENSBURG (5-5) GARDNER, Kasey 10-19 2-4 24; BECKLEY, Lauren 5-15 6-7 16; CONROY, Kerry 2-7 5-8 9; CAPRICCIO, Kaitlin 2-5 3-4 7; TAYLOR, Morgan 0-5 6-8 6; BESSICK, Phylicia 1-1 0-0 3; MORROW, Jenn 1-2 0-0 2; WASSER, Shelley 1-1 0-0 2; BAMBERGER, Caitlin 0-0 0-0 0; WASSER, Sheila 0-0 0-0 0; SCOTT, Isabel 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-55 22-31 69. FAIRMONT STATE (5-2) Ashley Vavrek 8-15 17-20 34; Lauren Streicher 4-11 5-6 16; Rachel Murray 4-12 2-3 10; Mo Gattuso 3-6 2-4 8; Lauren Gilbert 2-9 0-0 4; Kaitlin Snyder 1-3 0-0 3; Samantha Guell 1-4 0-0 2; Melissa Henry 0-1 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-62 26-33 77. Shippensburg 33 36 69 Fairmont State 29 48 77 3-point goals--Shippensburg 3-14 (GARDNER, Kasey 2-6; BESSICK, Phylicia 1-1; CONROY, Kerry 0-3; BECKLEY, Lauren 0-4), Fairmont State 5-18 (Lauren Streicher 3-7; Kaitlin Snyder 1-1; Ashley Vavrek 1-4; Lauren Gilbert 0-1; Samantha Guell 0-3; Melissa Henry 0-1; Mo Gattuso 0-1). Rebounds--Shippensburg 48 (BECKLEY, Lauren 17), Fairmont State 34 (Rachel Murray 19). Assists--Shippensburg 10 (TAYLOR, Morgan 3; CAPRICCIO, Kaitlin 3), Fairmont State 9 (Ashley Vavrek 2; Samantha Guell 2; Kaitlin Snyder 2). Att-80

LAKE ERIE Stephanie Rogers 7-10 6-6 20; Renese Ames 6-10 2-2 16; Alyssa Wagers 2-6 7-8 11; Jen Caiola 2-5 4-4 9; Sarah Wojciechowski 3-8 0-0 8; Britt Busson 1-5 0-1 2; Allison Pavkov 0-2 1-4 1; Liz Stephens 0-0 0-0 0; Alex Ardo 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-47 20-25 67. FAIRMONT STATE Ashley Vavrek 6-11 9-11 23; Kaitlin Snyder 6-10 3-4 18; Lauren Streicher 4-8 0-0 12; Lauren Gilbert 2-6 2-2 7; Mo Gattuso 1-4 0-0 2; Samantha Guell 1-6 0-0 2; Danielle Floyd 0-0 0-0 0; Rachel Murray 0-2 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-47 14-17 64. Lake Erie 29 38 67 Fairmont State 35 29 64 3-point goals--Lake Erie 5-7 (Sarah Wojciechowski 2-2; Renese Ames 2-2; Jen Caiola 1-2; Britt Busson 0-1), Fairmont State 10-26 (Lauren Streicher 4-8; Kaitlin Snyder 3-5; Ashley Vavrek 2-5; Lauren Gilbert 1-4; Samantha Guell 0-4). Rebounds--Lake Erie 33 (Stephanie Rogers 12), Fairmont State 24 (Mo Gattuso 6). Assists--Lake Erie 6 (Britt Busson 2), Fairmont State 13 (Ashley Vavrek 3; Lauren Gilbert 3). Att-200

GLENVILLE STATE (7-4, 5-2) Donita Adams 4-8 5-6 14; Suzi Harvey 5-11 0-1 13; Kristen Golden 5-12 3-4 13; Beth Deren 2-7 4-4 9; Ginnie Petties 4-12 0-0 9; Miranda Reed 3-8 0-2 7; Tanya Melhorn 1-3 0-0 3; Sarah Harvey 1-2 1-2 3; Autumn Davis 1-4 0-0 3; Tiffany Huffman 0-1 2-2 2; Bethany Harbour 0-0 0-0 0; Kim Stephens 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 26-70 15-21 76. FAIRMONT STATE (8-3, 5-1) Ashley Vavrek 6-19 10-13 26; Lauren Streicher 4-12 3-4 12; Kaitlin Snyder 5-11 0-0 11; Mo Gattuso 5-8 0-3 10; Samantha Guell 3-7 0-0 8; Rachel Murray 2-6 1-2 5; Lauren Gilbert 2-3 0-0 4; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 2-2 2; Danielle Floyd 0-0 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-66 16-24 78. Glenville State 45 31 76 Fairmont State 39 39 78 3-point goals--Glenville State 9-27 (Suzi Harvey 3-5; Autumn Davis 1-4; Tanya Melhorn 1-3; Miranda Reed 1-2; Ginnie Petties 1-6; Beth Deren 1-3; Donita Adams 1-2; Kim Stephens 0-2), Fairmont State 8-27 (Ashley Vavrek 4-11; Samantha Guell 2-4; Lauren Streicher 1-8; Kaitlin Snyder 1-4). Rebounds--Glenville State 52 (Kristen Golden 8), Fairmont State 39 (Rachel Murray 8). Assists—Glenville State 14 (Ginnie Petties 5), Fairmont State 17 (Samantha Guell 6). Att-575

Intro Staff Players review RECORDS FSU

Game #8 – 1/2/10 WVU Tech vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 77, WVU TECH 41

Game #10 – 1/9/10 Fairmont State vs Bluefield State At Bluefield, W.Va. -- Shott Gym FAIRMONT STATE 98, BSC-W 37

Game #12 – 1/16/10 Fairmont State vs West Virginia Wesleyan At Buckhannon, W.Va. W. Va. WESLEYAN 65, FAIRMONT STATE 64

WVU TECH Style Harper 3-8 2-2 8; Kelli Morgan 1-8 3-3 5; Shyla Jones 2-8 1-2 5; Brittni McClung 2-5 1-2 5; Kerin Roche 2-7 0-0 4; Kaygan Hutchinson 2-2 0-0 4; Jessica Johnson 2-4 0-0 4; Rachel Weatherly 1-2 0-0 2; Tori Eagle 1-3 0-0 2; Amber Tully 1-2 0-0 2; BA Crawford 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 17-51 7-9 41. FAIRMONT STATE Lauren Streicher 5-12 0-0 14; Ashley Vavrek 4-14 4-4 13; Tiffany Nicholson 4-7 3-3 11; Mo Gattuso 5-15 0-0 10; Samantha Guell 3-6 1-1 8; Lauren Gilbert 2-4 2-2 7; Danielle Floyd 1-5 2-2 5; Kaitlin Snyder 2-6 0-0 5; Rachel Murray 1-4 0-0 2; Melissa Henry 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 28-74 12-12 77. WVU Tech 15 26 41 Fairmont State 43 34 77 3-point goals--WVU Tech 0-7 (; Kelli Morgan 0-2; Shyla Jones 0-1; Kerin Roche 0-1; Tori Eagle 0-2; Amber Tully 0-1), Fairmont State 9-25 (Lauren Streicher 4-8; Lauren Gilbert 1-2; Samantha Guell 1-3; Ashley Vavrek 1-5; Kaitlin Snyder 1-2; Danielle Floyd 1-4; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1). Rebounds--WVU Tech 43 (Shyla Jones 8), Fairmont State 38 (Rachel Murray 6). Assists--WVU Tech 5 (Style Harper 2; Tori Eagle 2), Fairmont State 18 (Tiffany Nicholson 5). Att-215

FAIRMONT STATE (7-3) Ashley Vavrek 6-10 3-3 20; Rachel Murray 7-8 5-7 19; Danielle Floyd 6-10 0-0 15; Lauren Gilbert 4-7 3-3 11; Lauren Streicher 4-8 1-2 11; Kaitlin Snyder 3-7 0-0 8; Tiffany Nicholson 2-6 0-1 5; Melissa Henry 1-3 0-0 3; Mo Gattuso 1-5 1-3 3; Samantha Guell 1-1 0-0 3. Totals 35-65 13-19 98. BSC-W (0-10) Laken Coburn 5-14 2-2 12; Kathleen Bailey 3-10 2-5 8; Kelly Pawlowski 0-1 6-8 6; Amber Fitzgerald 2-2 1-1 5; Charlene Diggs 2-6 0-0 4; Garcia Hanna 1-7 0-0 2. Totals 13-40 11-16 37. Fairmont State 44 54 98 BSC-W 20 17 37 3-point goals--Fairmont State 15-37 (Ashley Vavrek 5-9; Danielle Floyd 3-7; Lauren Streicher 2-6; Kaitlin Snyder 2-5; Samantha Guell 1-1; Melissa Henry 1-3; Tiffany Nicholson 1-4; Lauren Gilbert 0-2), BSC-W 0-7 (Laken Coburn 0-4; Kathleen Bailey 0-1; Kelly Pawlowski 0-1; Charlene Diggs 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 36 (Rachel Murray 8), BSC-W 31 (Garcia Hanna 8). Assists--Fairmont State 20 (Lauren Streicher 6), BSC-W 3 (Laken Coburn 1; Kelly Pawlowski 1; Garcia Hanna 1). Att-100

FAIRMONT STATE (8-4) Rachel Murray 4-8 4-6 12; Ashley Vavrek 4-13 0-0 12; Samantha Guell 4-4 2-2 10; Lauren Gilbert 5-8 0-0 10; Mo Gattuso 4-7 0-1 8; Lauren Streicher 3-9 0-0 7; Melissa Henry 1-1 0-0 3; Kaitlin Snyder 0-1 2-2 2; Danielle Floyd 0-0 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-51 8-11 64. WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN (7-6) Jamie Kaufman 11-13 1-1 23; Lydia Bridenbaugh 2-4 7-9 12; Brianna Welch 4-5 3-4 11; Danae Hill 3-9 3-4 9; Angela Tassari 3-7 0-0 6; Daria Abros’kina 2-3 0-0 4; Teresa Tokodi 0-1 0-0 0; Valerie Jasper 0-1 0-0 0; Alex Hertenstein 0-2 0-0 0; Ashlie Hennon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-45 14-18 65. Fairmont State 39 25 64 West Virginia Wesleyan 28 37 65 3-point goals--Fairmont State 6-20 (Ashley Vavrek 4-10; Lauren Streicher 1-7; Melissa Henry 1-1; Lauren Gilbert 0-1; Rachel Murray 0-1), West Virginia Wesleyan 1-5 (Lydia Bridenbaugh 1-1; Daria Abros’kina 0-1; Teresa Tokodi 0-1; Alex Hertenstein 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 17 (Mo Gattuso 5), West Virginia Wesleyan 35 (Jamie Kaufman 6; Brianna Welch 6). Assists—Fairmont State 18 (Kaitlin Snyder 8), West Virginia Wesleyan 15 (Daria Abros’kina 5). Att-350

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Game #13 – 1/18/10 Fairmont State vs Seton Hill At Greensburg, Pa. FAIRMONT STATE 60, SETON HILL 54

Game #15 – 1/23/10 Davis & Elkins vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 75, DAVIS & ELKINS 69

Game #17 – 2/1/10 Fairmont State vs Shepherd At Shepherdstown, W.Va. -- Butcher Center SHEPHERD 74, FAIRMONT STATE 68

Game #18 – 2/4/10 WV State vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena WV STATE 84, FAIRMONT STATE 76

Game #20 – 2/11/10 Fairmont State vs Ohio Valley At Vienna, WV FAIRMONT STATE 81, OHIO VALLEY 42

Game #22 – 2/15/10 Wheeling Jesuit vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena WHEELING JESUIT 83, FAIRMONT STATE 77

FAIRMONT STATE (9-4, 6-2 WVIAC) Ashley Vavrek 4-13 9-11 19; Lauren Gilbert 5-10 1-2 12; Rachel Murray 5-6 0-2 10; Kaitlin Snyder 3-8 1-2 8; Mo Gattuso 3-5 0-0 6; Lauren Streicher 1-4 0-0 3; Samantha Guell 1-3 0-0 2; Danielle Floyd 0-1 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-50 11-17 60. SETON HILL (8-4, 4-4 WVIAC) Jordan Burkes 5-13 4-5 15; Lindsy Muchnock 3-4 0-0 7; Joya Whittington 2-5 2-2 6; Jill Emberg 3-10 0-0 6; Katie Lintner 3-3 0-0 6; Anne Marie Olesky 2-9 0-0 5; Erika Haitz 0-5 5-6 5; Jenna Petrini 1-5 0-0 2; Orit Farchi 1-3 0-0 2; Jaleesa Beverly 0-0 0-0 0; Laura McCarthy 0-0 0-0 0; Clare Berenato 0-0 0-0 0; Ryenn Micaletti 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 20-58 11-13 54. Fairmont State 29 31 60 Seton Hill 22 32 54 3-point goals--Fairmont State 5-20 (Ashley Vavrek 2-10; Kaitlin Snyder 1-3; Lauren Streicher 1-3; Lauren Gilbert 1-2; Danielle Floyd 0-1; Samantha Guell 0-1), Seton Hill 3-14 (Anne Marie Olesky 1-5; Lindsy Muchnock 1-1; Jordan Burkes 1-3; Erika Haitz 0-1; Jenna Petrini 0-2; Orit Farchi 0-1; Ryenn Micaletti 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 39 (Rachel Murray 15), Seton Hill 32 (Katie Lintner 8). Assists--Fairmont State 10 (Mo Gattuso 2; Lauren Streicher 2; Rachel Murray 2; Lauren Gilbert 2), Seton Hill 12 (Jordan Burkes 8). Att-235

DAVIS & ELKINS (8-6, 5-5) Shalisa Hill 9-21 2-4 20; Julieanne Buckley 5-10 1-2 11; Lindsay Holiday 4-12 0-0 11; Jennifer Thomas 4-6 0-0 8; Amy Turner 2-4 1-2 7; Page Turner 2-5 0-4 5; Courtney Bunner 2-3 0-0 4; Teonna Jewell 1-4 0-0 2; Victoria Lyles 0-1 1-2 1; Natasa Pupic 0-1 0-0 0; Keri Dennison 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-68 5-14 69. FAIRMONT STATE (11-4, 8-2) Kaitlin Snyder 8-13 0-2 19; Ashley Vavrek 6-14 4-4 18; Rachel Murray 6-9 1-2 13; Mo Gattuso 4-7 3-8 11; Lauren Gilbert 2-8 4-4 9; Lauren Streicher 1-6 2-2 5; Melissa Henry 0-1 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1 0-0 0; Samantha Guell 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 27-61 14-22 75. Davis & Elkins 31 30 8 69 Fairmont State 28 33 14 75 3-point goals--Davis & Elkins 6-20 (Lindsay Holiday 3-7; Amy Turner 2-4; Page Turner 1-4; Teonna Jewell 0-1; Victoria Lyles 0-1; Natasa Pupic 0-1; Jennifer Thomas 0-2), Fairmont State 7-21 (Kaitlin Snyder 3-5; Ashley Vavrek 2-5; Lauren Streicher 1-4; Lauren Gilbert 1-5; Samantha Guell 0-1; Melissa Henry 0-1). Rebounds--Davis & Elkins 37 (Julieanne Buckley 11), Fairmont State 47 (Rachel Murray 17). Assists--Davis & Elkins 8 (Page Turner 2; Keri Dennison 2), Fairmont State 8 (Kaitlin Snyder 2; Ashley Vavrek 2). Att-675

FAIRMONT STATE (12-5, 9-3 WVIAC) Ashley Vavrek 10-16 6-9 31; Lauren Streicher 3-9 0-0 9; Kaitlin Snyder 3-10 0-0 7; Mo Gattuso 2-5 2-2 6; Lauren Gilbert 1-5 3-4 6; Rachel Murray 2-5 1-2 5; Tiffany Nicholson 1-5 1-2 4; Danielle Floyd 0-1 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Samantha Guell 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 22-58 13-19 68. SHEPHERD (10-7,9-4 WVIAC) Camille Wilmer 8-12 4-5 20; Carrie Saunders 4-14 2-3 12; Jerica Hewett 5-8 2-2 12; Melissa Furr 3-5 2-2 9; Katie Biggs 2-9 2-2 6; Jenn Prine 2-8 0-0 5; Emily Daniel 2-3 0-0 4; Alex Tamez 2-4 0-0 4; Shelby Fayak 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 29-66 12-14 74. Fairmont State 32 36 68 Shepherd 38 36 74 3-point goals--Fairmont State 11-29 (Ashley Vavrek 5-9; Lauren Streicher 3-8; Lauren Gilbert 1-2; Kaitlin Snyder 1-5; Tiffany Nicholson 1-3; Danielle Floyd 0-1; Samantha Guell 0-1), Shepherd 4-14 (Carrie Saunders 2-6; Jenn Prine 1-2; Melissa Furr 1-2; Katie Biggs 0-3; Camille Wilmer 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 37 (Rachel Murray 13), Shepherd 38 (Jerica Hewett 7). Assists--Fairmont State 11 (Kaitlin Snyder 4), Shepherd 17 (Alex Tamez 4). Att-500

WV STATE (12-7, 8-6) Alixandria Barnette 6-17 10-13 24; Melissa Ford 7-11 6-6 20; Danielle Davis 6-12 2-3 14; Tonesha Members 4-12 2-2 11; Keirah Hicks 3-7 0-0 7; Tiffany Finkton 3-11 0-0 6; Sharena Atkinson 1-3 0-0 2; Cierra Jones 0-1 0-0 0; Kashauna Cook 0-0 0-0 0; Aisha Alleyne 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-74 20-24 84. FAIRMONT STATE (12-6, 9-4) Ashley Vavrek 9-21 5-6 28; Kaitlin Snyder 7-11 0-0 18; Rachel Murray 7-14 2-3 16; Mo Gattuso 4-11 0-2 8; Lauren Streicher 1-4 1-1 3; Samantha Guell 1-3 0-0 3; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-65 8-12 76. WV State 38 46 84 Fairmont State 29 47 76 3-point goals--WV State 4-13 (Alixandria Barnette 2-4; Keirah Hicks 1-2; Tonesha Members 1-4; Danielle Davis 0-3), Fairmont State 10-28 (Ashley Vavrek 5-16; Kaitlin Snyder 4-7; Samantha Guell 1-2; Lauren Streicher 0-3). Rebounds--WV State 49 (Melissa Ford 12), Fairmont State 36 (Rachel Murray 15). Assists--WV State 9 (Tonesha Members 4), Fairmont State 15 (Samantha Guell 5; Kaitlin Snyder 5). Att-377

FAIRMONT STATE (14-6, 11-4) Lauren Streicher 6-11 0-0 17; Danielle Floyd 5-11 0-0 12; Tiffany Nicholson 4-5 1-2 11; Kaitlin Snyder 4-9 2-3 11; Rachel Murray 2-3 4-4 8; AshleyVavrek 1-10 5-5 7; Melissa Henry 1-2 2-2 4; Alana George 0-1 4-6 4; Anna-Maria Boshkova 2-2 0-0 4; Samantha Guell 1-2 0-0 3; Mo Gattuso 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 26-57 18-22 81. OHIO VALLEY (4-16, 2-14) Kendra Benedict 4-8 4-5 12; Natalie Kline 5-9 1-3 11; Danielle Sams 2-8 0-0 6; Hillary Spears 2-8 1-1 5; Megan Owings 2-6 0-0 5; Denae Beavers 1-4 0-0 3; Rayshell Pittman 0-7 0-0 0. Totals 16-50 6-9 42. Fairmont State 43 38 81 Ohio Valley 17 25 42 3-point goals--Fairmont State 11-30 (Lauren Streicher 5-9; Danielle Floyd 2-5; Tiffany Nicholson 2-3; Samantha Guell 1-2; Kaitlin Snyder 1-5; Melissa Henry 0-1; Ashley Vavrek 0-5), Ohio Valley 4-17 (Danielle Sams 2-8; Denae Beavers 1-2; Megan Owings 1-2; Rayshell Pittman 0-3; Hillary Spears 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 32 (Rachel Murray 8), Ohio Valley 34 (Kendra Benedict 9). Assists--Fairmont State 9 (Ashley Vavrek 4), Ohio Valley 6 (Rayshell Pittman 5). Att-150

WHEELING JESUIT (9-12, 8-8) Kim Mueller 4-8 17-17 26; Kourtney Booth 6-11 1-1 16; Lauren Myers 5-9 0-0 12; Kara DeSantis 5-8 1-2 11; Chrissy Pavlik 2-9 0-0 5; Megan Stuvek 2-2 1-2 5; Kelsey Demming 1-1 0-0 3; Bridget Buskirk 1-4 1-2 3; Nicole Izzo 1-1 0-0 2; Sam Pecnik 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-54 21-24 83. FAIRMONT STATE (15-7, 12-5) Ashley Vavrek 12-21 8-10 38; Kaitlin Snyder 5-12 0-0 13; Rachel Murray 3-5 4-4 10; Mo Gattuso 1-2 5-6 7; Lauren Streicher 1-10 2-2 5; Samantha Guell 1-3 2-2 4; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-54 21-24 77. Wheeling Jesuit 33 50 83 Fairmont State 25 52 77 3-point goals--Wheeling Jesuit 8-18 (Kourtney Booth 3-6; Lauren Myers 2-5; Kim Mueller 1-1; Chrissy Pavlik 1-5; Kelsey Demming 1-1), Fairmont State 10-28 (Ashley Vavrek 6-10; Kaitlin Snyder 3-9; Lauren Streicher 1-6; Samantha Guell 0-2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1). Rebounds--Wheeling Jesuit 31 (Kim Mueller 9), Fairmont State 27 (Rachel Murray 8). Assists--Wheeling Jesuit 17 (Bridget Buskirk 4), Fairmont State 12 (Kaitlin Snyder 5). Att-389

Game #14 – 1/21/10 Fairmont State vs Wheeling Jesuit At Wheeling, W.Va. -- McDonough Center FAIRMONT STATE 75, WHEELING JESUIT 53

Game #16 – 1/28/10 Pitt Johnstown vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 70, PITT JOHNSTOWN 58

Game #19 – 2/8/10 Fairmont State vs Alderson-Broaddus At Philippi, W.Va. -- Rex Pyles Gym FAIRMONT STATE 77, A-B 48

Game #21 – 2/13/10 Fairmont State vs Salem Int’l At Salem, W.Va. -- Cecil Underwood Armory FAIRMONT STATE 69, SALEM INT’L 39

Game #23 – 2/18/10 Fairmont State vs West Liberty At West Liberty, W.Va. -- ASRC WEST LIBERTY 93, FAIRMONT STATE 78

FAIRMONT STATE (10-4, 7-2) Ashley Vavrek 6-13 1-2 18; Kaitlin Snyder 8-11 0-0 17; Lauren Gilbert 4-4 1-2 11; Mo Gattuso 5-6 0-0 10; Lauren Streicher 3-7 0-0 6; Samantha Guell 3-4 0-0 6; Rachel Murray 2-4 0-0 4; Tiffany Nicholson 1-3 1-2 3; Danielle Floyd 0-0 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-1 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Anna-Maria Boshkova 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-53 3-6 75. WHEELING JESUIT Lauren Myers 5-10 1-2 13; Kourtney Booth 3-6 0-0 8; Cassy Sanderson 4-9 0-1 8; Kara DeSantis 1-10 5-6 7; Megan Stuvek 3-6 0-0 6; Chrissy Pavlik 2-6 0-0 5; Kim Mueller 0-5 4-8 4; Sam Pecnik 1-3 0-0 2; Bridget Buskirk 0-1 0-0 0; Kelsey Demming 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 19-56 10-17 53. Fairmont State 44 31 75 Wheeling Jesuit 23 30 53 3-point goals--Fairmont State 8-16 (Ashley Vavrek 5-9; Lauren Gilbert 2-2; Kaitlin Snyder 1-2; Lauren Streicher 0-3), Wheeling Jesuit 5-17 (Lauren Myers 2-4; Kourtney Booth 2-4; Chrissy Pavlik 1-5; Kara DeSantis 0-2; Cassy Sanderson 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 27 (Rachel Murray 5), Wheeling Jesuit 35 (Kim Mueller 11). Assists--Fairmont State 18 (Samantha Guell 5), Wheeling Jesuit 13 (Kim Mueller 5). Att-150

PITT JOHNSTOWN (9-7, 6-5) Sheena Aden 5-14 4-5 15; Andrea Dalton 3-11 2-2 10; Kayla Loughner 3-10 3-4 10; Maria Montini 3-7 0-0 9; Qiuana Brown 3-5 0-0 7; Kelly Goode 2-4 0-0 4; Stacy Goode 1-4 0-0 3; Katie McBroom 0-1 0-2 0; Sara Trimarco 0-2 0-0 0; Monae Baker 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-58 9-13 58. FAIRMONT STATE (12-4, 9-2) Lauren Streicher 8-16 2-2 23; Rachel Murray 8-15 1-2 17; Ashley Vavrek 3-8 8-8 15; Mo Gattuso 3-6 1-4 7; Samantha Guell 2-6 0-0 4; Lauren Gilbert 1-4 0-0 2; Kaitlin Snyder 1-5 0-0 2; Danielle Floyd 0-1 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-61 12-16 70. Pitt Johnstown 24 34 58 Fairmont State 35 35 70 3-point goals--Pitt Johnstown 9-20 (Maria Montini 3-4; Andrea Dalton 2-5; Qiuana Brown 1-3; Kayla Loughner 1-4; Sheena Aden 1-1; Stacy Goode 1-2; Kelly Goode 0-1), Fairmont State 6-19 (Lauren Streicher 5-10; Ashley Vavrek 1-4; Samantha Guell 0-3; Kaitlin Snyder 0-1; Danielle Floyd 0-1). Rebounds--Pitt Johnstown 38 (Andrea Dalton 10), Fairmont State 38 (Rachel Murray 11). Assists—Pitt Johnstown 11 (Kelly Goode 4), Fairmont State 13 (Kaitlin Snyder 6). Att-379

FAIRMONT STATE (13-6, 10-4) Kaitlin Snyder 9-13 0-0 18; Lauren Streicher 5-9 4-4 14; Ashley Vavrek 4-9 4-4 12; Samantha Guell 4-6 0-0 9; Mo Gattuso 4-7 0-0 8; Rachel Murray 4-5 0-0 8; Danielle Floyd 3-5 0-0 8; Melissa Henry 0-2 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-3 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Anna-Maria Boshkova 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-59 8-8 77. ALDERSON-BROADDUS (6-13, 4-10) Tori Charley 4-11 1-2 9; Courtney Ginsburg 3-3 3-3 9; Amanda Peoples 2-7 2-2 7; Lauren Reed 1-5 2-2 5; Ashley Prince 2-2 0-0 5; Ciara Riggleman 2-3 1-2 5; Cayla Rhodes 1-5 2-3 4; Britni Shriver 1-3 1-1 3; Caitlyn Brown 0-4 1-2 1; Amanda Harris 0-6 0-0 0; Kristin Hustin 0-0 0-0 0; Alese Davis 0-2 0-0 0; Amber Bismarck 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-51 13-17 48. Fairmont State 43 34 77 Alderson-Broaddus 17 31 48 3-point goals--Fairmont State 3-18 (Danielle Floyd 2-4; Samantha Guell 1-2; Ashley Vavrek 0-5; Melissa Henry 0-1; Tiffany Nicholson 0-2; Lauren Streicher 0-3; Kaitlin Snyder 0-1), Alderson-Broaddus 3-13 (Ashley Prince 1-1; Amanda Peoples 1-3; Lauren Reed 1-3; Caitlyn Brown 0-1; Amanda Harris 0-2; Alese Davis 0-2; Tori Charley 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 24 (Samantha Guell 6; Mo Gattuso 6), Alderson-Broaddus 38 (Amanda Peoples 8). Assists--Fairmont State 15 (Mo Gattuso 5), AldersonBroaddus 11 (Amanda Harris 6). Att-105

FAIRMONT STATE (15-6 12-4) Rachel Murray 6-7 1-2 13; Danielle Floyd 4-6 0-0 12; Ashley Vavrek 4-13 0-0 11; Lauren Streicher 3-11 0-0 7; Mo Gattuso 3-5 0-2 6; Tiffany Nicholson 2-4 2-2 6; Alana George 1-2 3-6 5; Melissa Henry 1-3 0-0 3; Samantha Guell 0-3 2-2 2; Anna-Maria Boshkova 1-3 0-0 2; Kaitlin Snyder 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 26-59 8-14 69. SALEM INT’L (0-21 0-16) Flora Amayo 5-16 0-0 11; Rachel Morris 3-11 4-7 10; Briana Terry 3-9 1-4 7; Lauren Amonett 2-4 1-2 5; Emily Bowles 2-5 0-0 4; Rachel Mynes 1-10 0-0 2; Christina Suarez 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-55 6-13 39. Fairmont State 46 23 69 Salem Int’l 18 21 39 3-point goals--Fairmont State 9-27 (Danielle Floyd 4-5; Ashley Vavrek 3-9; Lauren Streicher 1-8; Melissa Henry 1-3; Samantha Guell 0-2), Salem Int’l 1-12 (Flora Amayo 1-4; Rachel Morris 0-1; Emily Bowles 0-1; Rachel Mynes 0-6). Rebounds--Fairmont State 40 (Samantha Guell 6), Salem Int’l 39 (Briana Terry 9; Rachel Morris 9). Assists--Fairmont State 22 (Kaitlin Snyder 5), Salem Int’l 7 (Emily Bowles 3). Att-150

FAIRMONT STATE (15-8, 12-6) Ashley Vavrek 6-20 7-7 20; Kaitlin Snyder 8-15 4-4 20; Rachel Murray 7-11 1-1 15; Samantha Guell 3-4 2-3 10; Lauren Streicher 2-7 0-0 4; Tiffany Nicholson 1-4 2-2 4; Lauren Gilbert 1-4 1-2 3; Mo Gattuso 1-3 0-2 2; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-68 17-21 78. WEST LIBERTY (15-8, 11-7) Tori Hansen 9-17 6-6 24; Jenni Robbins 7-14 3-4 21; Laura Malernee 6-12 0-0 18; Andi Winney 6-12 4-4 16; Kayla Ayers 2-5 0-0 6; Meghan Wiseman 1-6 3-7 5; Erica Hershberger 1-2 0-0 3; Hope King 0-0 0-0 0; Jenn Cessna 0-1 0-0 0.Totals 32-69 16-21 93. Fairmont State 38 40 78 West Liberty 41 52 93 3-point goals--Fairmont State 3-14 (Samantha Guell 2-3; Ashley Vavrek 1-6; Lauren Streicher 0-4; Kaitlin Snyder 0-1), West Liberty 13-26 (Laura Malernee 6-12; Jenni Robbins 4-6; Kayla Ayers 2-5; Erica Hershberger 1-1; Jenn Cessna 0-1; Tori Hansen 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 34 (Rachel Murray 12), West Liberty 45 (Andi Winney 13). Assists--Fairmont State 7 (Kaitlin Snyder 4), West Liberty 20 (Tori Hansen 9). Att-305

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Game #24 – 2/20/10 Shepherd vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 73, SHEPHERD 59

Game #26 – 2/25/10 Charleston vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 86, CHARLESTON 76

Game #27 – 2/27/10 Seton Hill vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena SETON HILL 68, FAIRMONT STATE 60

Game #28 – 3/1/10 WV State vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 62, WV STATE 57

Game #30 – 3/5/10 Shepherd vs Fairmont State At Charleston Civic Center Coliseum FAIRMONT STATE 85, SHEPHERD 72

SHEPHERD (14-9, 13-6) Jerica Hewett 6-12 4-4 16; Shelby Fayak 7-10 0-0 14; Katie Biggs 3-11 4-4 10; Carrie Saunders 3-9 2-2 10; Camille Wilmer 2-5 3-5 7; Emily Daniel 1-1 0-0 2; Melissa Furr 0-3 0-0 0; Alex Tamez 0-1 0-0 0; Jenn Prine 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 22-55 13-15 59. FAIRMONT STATE (16-8, 13-6) Ashley Vavrek 7-15 13-14 30; Kaitlin Snyder 5-6 4-4 15; Mo Gattuso 4-10 2-2 10; Rachel Murray 4-5 2-2 10; Samantha Guell 1-3 0-0 2; Tiffany Nicholson 1-5 0-0 2; Danielle Floyd 1-2 0-0 2; Lauren Streicher 1-6 0-0 2; Melissa Henry 0-2 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Lauren Gilbert 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 24-56 21-22 73. Shepherd 30 29 59 Fairmont State 26 47 73 3-point goals--Shepherd 2-8 (Carrie Saunders 2-4; Katie Biggs 0-1; Melissa Furr 0-1; Jenn Prine 0-2), Fairmont State 4-18 (Ashley Vavrek 3-7; Kaitlin Snyder 1-1; Samantha Guell 0-2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1; Danielle Floyd 0-1; Lauren Streicher 0-3; Melissa Henry 0-2; Lauren Gilbert 0-1). Rebounds--Shepherd 35 (Carrie Saunders 7), Fairmont State 31 (Rachel Murray 7). Assists--Shepherd 14 (Carrie Saunders 4), Fairmont State 8 (Mo Gattuso 4). Att-378

CHARLESTON (18-8, 15-6) Tarenna Dixon 9-13 0-0 18; Lindsey Kentner 6-12 2-2 16; Kaitlyn Arick 5-12 2-2 14; Tianna Beatty 5-10 0-0 10; Ali Tobias 2-5 1-2 7; Chrissy Keir 2-6 1-1 6; Moneka Slaughter 2-3 0-0 4; Tianni Kelly 0-0 1-2 1; Lisanne Comeau 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 31-62 7-9 76. FAIRMONT STATE (18-8, 15-6) Lauren Streicher 7-10 2-2 23; Ashley Vavrek 6-14 6-7 19; Kaitlin Snyder 7-13 3-4 19; Rachel Murray 5-10 3-5 13; Mo Gattuso 5-7 0-0 10; Samantha Guell 1-5 0-1 2; Lauren Gilbert 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-59 14-19 86. Charleston 35 41 76 Fairmont State 44 42 86 3-point goals--Charleston 7-17 (Kaitlyn Arick 2-4; Ali Tobias 2-3; Lindsey Kentner 2-4; Chrissy Keir 1-4; Tianna Beatty 0-2), Fairmont State 10-24 (Lauren Streicher 7-10; Kaitlin Snyder 2-6; Ashley Vavrek 1-5; Samantha Guell 0-3). Rebounds--Charleston 27 (Kaitlyn Arick 8; Tarenna Dixon 8), Fairmont State 36 (Rachel Murray 17). Assists--Charleston 15 (Tianna Beatty 5), Fairmont State 9 (Ashley Vavrek 4). Att-243

SETON HILL (21-6, 17-5) Jordan Burkes 10-16 1-3 24; Orit Farchi 5-6 1-1 11; Erika Haitz 3-9 2-2 9; Jaleesa Beverly 3-5 2-2 8; Joya Whittington 2-2 2-2 8; Katie Lintner 2-9 2-3 6; Jill Emberg 1-7 0-0 2; Anne Marie Olesky 0-1 0-0 0; Jenna Petrini 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 26-57 10-13 68. FAIRMONT STATE (18-9, 15-7) Ashley Vavrek 5-14 8-10 19; Rachel Murray 5-6 4-5 14; Kaitlin Snyder 4-10 0-0 11; Lauren Streicher 3-7 0-0 8; Mo Gattuso 1-6 2-5 4; Tiffany Nicholson 1-1 0-0 2; Samantha Guell 1-3 0-0 2; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Lauren Gilbert 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 20-48 14-20 60. Seton Hill 24 44 68 Fairmont State 31 29 60 3-point goals--Seton Hill 6-19 (Jordan Burkes 3-5; Joya Whittington 2-2; Erika Haitz 1-3; Katie Lintner 0-3; Jill Emberg 0-2; Anne Marie Olesky 0-1; Jenna Petrini 0-2; Orit Farchi 0-1), Fairmont State 6-22 (Kaitlin Snyder 3-8; Lauren Streicher 2-6; Ashley Vavrek 1-8). Rebounds--Seton Hill 33 (Katie Lintner 8), Fairmont State 34 (Rachel Murray 8). Assists--Seton Hill 12 (Orit Farchi 5), Fairmont State 13 (Ashley Vavrek 5). Att-415

WV STATE (16-12) Alixandria Barnette 6-15 0-0 13; Tiffany Finkton 3-10 4-4 10; Cierra Jones 3-9 0-1 8; Sharena Atkinson 3-4 2-2 8; Melissa Ford 3-7 1-3 7; Danielle Davis 2-7 1-2 5; Kashauna Cook 1-3 0-0 2; Tonesha Members 1-6 0-2 2; Avery Hale 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 23-62 8-14 57. FAIRMONT STATE (19-9) Ashley Vavrek 6-15 8-11 22; Kaitlin Snyder 5-15 4-4 16; Rachel Murray 4-9 2-2 10; Lauren Gilbert 2-4 4-4 8; Mo Gattuso 2-8 0-0 4; Samantha Guell 0-1 2-2 2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-3 0-0 0; Lauren Streicher 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 1959 20-23 62. WV State 33 24 57 Fairmont State 17 45 62 3-point goals--WV State 3-8 (Cierra Jones 2-2; Alixandria Barnette 1-2; Danielle Davis 0-3; Tonesha Members 0-1), Fairmont State 4-18 (Ashley Vavrek 2-7; Kaitlin Snyder 2-5; Lauren Gilbert 0-1; Tiffany Nicholson 0-1; Lauren Streicher 0-4). Rebounds--WV State 45 (Tiffany Finkton 10), Fairmont State 38 (Rachel Murray 20). Assists--WV State 10 (Alixandria Barnette 2; Danielle Davis 2; Tonesha Members 2), Fairmont State 9 (Ashley Vavrek 3). Att-201

SHEPHERD (17-12) Wilmer, Camille 8-14 1-2 17; Prine, Jenn 6-10 0-0 13; Tamez, Alex 4-8 4-6 13; Daniel, Emily 3-6 2-2 8; Hewett, Jerica 3-6 0-0 8; Saunders, Carrie 3-14 2-2 8; Biggs, Katie 1-9 0-0 3; Fayak, Shelby 1-6 0-0 2; Butcher, Catherine 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-74 9-12 72. FAIRMONT STATE (21-9) Kaitlin Snyder 8-15 11-12 29; Ashley Vavrek 6-13 13-15 26; Mo Gattuso 4-6 2-4 10; Rachel Murray 4-5 1-2 9; Lauren Gilbert 0-1 4-4 4; Lauren Streicher 1-3 0-0 3; Tiffany Nicholson 1-1 0-0 2; Samantha Guell 1-3 0-0 2; Danielle Floyd 0-0 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Anna-Maria Boshkova 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-47 31-37 85. Shepherd 36 36 72 Fairmont State 37 48 85 3-point goals--Shepherd 5-20 (Hewett, Jerica 2-2; Prine, Jenn 1-4; Biggs, Katie 1-4; Tamez, Alex 1-2; Butcher, Catherine 0-1; Fayak, Shelby 0-2; Saunders, Carrie 0-4; Daniel, Emily 0-1), Fairmont State 4-14 (Kaitlin Snyder 2-7; Ashley Vavrek 1-3; Lauren Streicher 1-2; Samantha Guell 0-2). Rebounds--Shepherd 37 (Daniel, Emily 8), Fairmont State 35 (Rachel Murray 11). Assists--Shepherd 14 (Prine, Jenn 3; Daniel, Emily 3), Fairmont State 12 (Mo Gattuso 3; Kaitlin Snyder 3; Samantha Guell 3). Att-550

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Game #29 – 3/3/10 Fairmont State vs Charleston At Charleston Civic Center Coliseum FAIRMONT STATE 64, CHARLESTON 62

Game #31 – 3/6/10 Fairmont State vs West Liberty At Charleston Civic Center Coliseum FAIRMONT STATE 85, WEST LIBERTY 78

Game #32 – 3/12/10 Fairmont State vs Gannon University At Erie, Pa. (Hammermill Center) GANNON UNIV. 92, FAIRMONT STATE 65

FAIRMONT STATE (17-8 14-6 WVIAC) Ashley Vavrek 16-20 9-12 41; Kaitlin Snyder 4-8 0-0 8; Mo Gattuso 3-9 1-2 7; Lauren Streicher 1-4 4-6 7; Tiffany Nicholson 2-2 0-0 4; Samantha Guell 1-2 2-3 4; Lauren Gilbert 0-2 2-2 2; Rachel Murray 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 28-48 18-25 75. PITT JOHNSTOWN (15-11 12-9 WVIAC) Sheena Aden 7-15 4-6 18; Andrea Dalton 5-12 4-5 14; Kelly Goode 5-8 0-0 11; Qiuana Brown 4-7 0-2 10; Sara Trimarco 2-10 1-2 5; Maria Montini 1-3 0-0 3; Stacy Goode 1-3 0-0 2; Monae Baker 0-8 1-2 1; Kayla Loughner 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-66 10-17 64. Fairmont State 33 42 75 Pitt Johnstown 28 36 64 3-point goals--Fairmont State 1-6 (Lauren Streicher 1-3; Samantha Guell 0-1; Ashley Vavrek 0-2), Pitt Johnstown 4-18 (Qiuana Brown 2-4; Maria Montini 1-3; Kelly Goode 1-4; Stacy Goode 0-1; Monae Baker 0-3; Sara Trimarco 0-1; Andrea Dalton 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 34 (Mo Gattuso 9), Pitt Johnstown 34 (Andrea Dalton 8). Assists--Fairmont State 14 (Mo Gattuso 5), Pitt Johnstown 17 (Stacy Goode 7). Att-150

FAIRMONT STATE (20-9) Ashley Vavrek 7-16 1-2 19; Kaitlin Snyder 5-14 4-6 17; Lauren Gilbert 4-5 0-0 11; Mo Gattuso 3-5 3-5 9; Rachel Murray 3-8 0-0 6; Samantha Guell 1-1 0-0 2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0; Lauren Streicher 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 2352 8-13 64. CHARLESTON (20-9) Kentner, Lindsey 8-16 0-0 18; Beatty, Tiana 7-12 2-3 16; Tobias, Ali 5-13 0-0 11; Arick, Kaitlyn 4-8 0-0 9; Dixon, Tarenna 2-6 2-2 6; Slaughter, Moneka 1-4 0-2 2; Kelly, Tianni 0-0 0-0 0; Keir, Chrissy 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 27-61 4-7 62. Fairmont State 32 32 64 Charleston 23 39 62 3-point goals--Fairmont State 10-20 (Ashley Vavrek 4-9; Lauren Gilbert 3-4; Kaitlin Snyder 3-6; Lauren Streicher 0-1), Charleston 4-18 (Kentner, Lindsey 2-7; Tobias, Ali 1-6; Arick, Kaitlyn 1-4; Keir, Chrissy 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 31 (Rachel Murray 9), Charleston 38 (Dixon, Tarenna 10). Assists—Fairmont State 12 (Kaitlin Snyder 5), Charleston 14 (Kentner, Lindsey 4). Att-450

FAIRMONT STATE (22-9) Ashley Vavrek 9-21 10-12 31; Rachel Murray 10-16 3-5 23; Mo Gattuso 5-8 0-0 10; Lauren Gilbert 2-6 6-8 10; Kaitlin Snyder 3-12 2-2 9; Lauren Streicher 1-9 0-0 2; Melissa Henry 0-0 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0; Samantha Guell 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-72 21-27 85. WEST LIBERTY (22-9) Tori Hansen 9-21 2-7 23; Andi Winney 3-7 4-4 10; Hope King 2-5 5-6 9; Jenni Robbins 4-13 1-2 9; Laura Malernee 3-11 0-0 9; Kayla Ayers 2-4 0-0 6; Meghan Wiseman 3-8 0-0 6; Jenn Cessna 2-6 0-0 6; Erica Hershberger 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-75 12-19 78. Fairmont State 32 38 15 85 West Liberty 34 36 8 78 3-point goals--Fairmont State 4-12 (Ashley Vavrek 3-5; Kaitlin Snyder 1-4; Lauren Gilbert 0-1; Lauren Streicher 0-2), West Liberty 10-32 (Laura Malernee 3-11; Tori Hansen 3-7; Kayla Ayers 2-4; Jenn Cessna 2-5; Meghan Wiseman 0-1; Jenni Robbins 0-4). Rebounds--Fairmont State 53 (Rachel Murray 21), West Liberty 45 (Tori Hansen 9). Assists--Fairmont State 8 (Ashley Vavrek 3), West Liberty 17 (Tori Hansen 8). Att-850

FAIRMONT STATE (22-10) Ashley Vavrek 14-23 3-4 39; Rachel Murray 2-4 3-3 7; Kaitlin Snyder 3-7 0-0 7; Lauren Streicher 1-7 0-0 3; Lauren Gilbert 1-4 0-2 3; Samantha Guell 1-6 0-0 3; Mo Gattuso 1-5 1-2 3; Danielle Floyd 0-1 0-0 0; Melissa Henry 0-1 0-0 0; Tiffany Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Anna-Maria Boshkova 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-58 7-11 65. GANNON UNIVERSITY (34-0) NOLAN, Carrie 8-16 6-6 27; TABRON, Brittany 7-13 5-9 19; VARGAS, Kim 6-7 1-2 16; FREEMAN, Kristina 4-10 1-3 9; THOMPSON, Shanna 3-8 2-4 8; LOWE, Caitlyn 2-2 0-0 6; KLEBER, Julie 2-3 0-0 4; CROCKER, Tiffany 1-3 0-0 2; DACEK, Amanda 0-0 1-4 1; MCCOY, Kelsey 0-1 0-0 0; INNES, Becky 0-0 0-0 0; POWELL, Brittany 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-63 16-28 92. Fairmont State 23 42 65 Gannon University 50 42 92 3-point goals--Fairmont State 12-31 (Ashley Vavrek 8-13; Samantha Guell 1-5; Lauren Streicher 1-6; Lauren Gilbert 1-3; Kaitlin Snyder 1-3; Danielle Floyd 0-1), Gannon University 10-18 (NOLAN, Carrie 5-9; VARGAS, Kim 3-3; LOWE, Caitlyn 2-2; KLEBER, Julie 0-1; CROCKER, Tiffany 0-1; FREEMAN, Kristina 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 23 (Rachel Murray 8), Gannon University 49 (TABRON, Brittany 15). Assists--Fairmont State 14 (Kaitlin Snyder 4; Samantha Guell 4), Gannon University 26 (CROCKER, Tiffany 10). Att-1721

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Game #25 – 2/23/10 Fairmont State vs Pitt Johnstown At Johnstown, Pa. (Sports Center) FAIRMONT STATE 75, PITT JOHNSTOWN 64

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All-WVIAC First Team: Donita Adams (Glenville State, 5-7, Sr., G, Germantown, MD, 22.4 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 2.1 spg, 83% FT) Sheena Aden (Pitt Johnstown, 5-7, Jr., G, Sandy Lake, PA, 14.6 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 2.9 apg, 50% FG) Alixandria Barnette (WV State, 5-7, Sr., G, East Chapel Hill, NC, 19.6 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 2.2 apg) Lydia Bridenbaugh (WV Wesleyan, 5-10, Soph., G, Chillicothe, OH, 17.0 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 79% FT) Jordan Burkes (Seton Hill, 5-11, Jr., F, Coraopolis, PA, 14.1 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 3.3 apg, 82% FT) Tori Hansen (West Liberty, 5-9, Jr., G, McKean, PA, 21.7 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 4.6 apg, 2.5 spg, 52% FG) Lindsey Kentner (Charleston, 5-9, Jr., G, Wapakoneta, OH, 17.6 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 3.1 apg, 54% FG) Katie Lintner (Seton Hill, 6-0, Sr., F, Johnstown, PA, 15.2 ppg, 7.6 rpg, 47% 3ptFG, 82% FT) Ashley Vavrek (Fairmont State, 5-8, Sr., G, Bellaire, OH, 20.8 ppg, 2.3 apg, 69 3ptFG, 82% FT) Second Team: Camisha Alexander (Concord, 5-4, Soph., G, Beckley, WV, 14.9 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 82% FT) Kourtney Booth (Wheeling Jesuit, 5-8, Soph., G, Whipple, OH, 14.7 ppg, 3.1 apg, 41% 3ptFG) Jolysa Brown (Concord, 6-0, Soph., C, Hinton, WV, 14.9 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 2.0 bpg) Andrea Dalton (Pitt Johnstown, 5-10, Jr., F, Washington, PA, 14.3 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 84% FT) Tarenna Dixon (Charleston, 5-11, Jr., F, Morgantown, WV, 12.5 ppg, 9.3 rpg, 55% FG) Kristen Golden (Glenville State, 6-2, Jr., C, Weston, WV, 11.4 ppg, 6.7 rpg) Shalisa Hill (Davis & Elkins, 5-8, Fr., G, Carneys Point, NJ, 14.4 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 3.6 apg, 3.0 spg) Camille Wilmer (Shepherd, 6-0, Sr., C, Leesburg, VA, 14.1 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 55% FG)

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Honorable Mention: Tori Charley (Alderson-Broaddus, 5-10, Sr., F, Cross Lanes, WV, 10.4 ppg, 7.0 rpg) Jerica Hewett (Shepherd, 5-7, Jr., G, Keedysville, MD, 10.3 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 3.2 apg) Danae Hill (WV Wesleyan, 5-6, Soph., G, Clinton, MD, 11.2 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 3.8 apg) Laura Malernee (West Liberty, 5-11, Jr., G, Gahanna, OH, 13.9 ppg, 2.1 apg, 114 3ptFG) Rachel Murray (Fairmont State, 6-3, Jr., C, Gloucester, MA, 9.3 ppg, 9.4 rpg, 3.0 bpg) Angela Tassari (WV Wesleyan, 6-2, Sr., C, Pittsburgh, PA, 9.7 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 2.4 bpg) Andi Winney (West Liberty, 5-11, Sr., C, Yorktown, IN, 11.0 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 60% FG)

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All-Freshman: Shalisa Hill (Davis & Elkins, 5-8, G, Carneys Point, NJ, 14.4 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 3.6 apg, 3.0 spg) Chrissy Pavlik (Wheeling Jesuit, 5-6, G, Wadsworth, OH, 11.1 ppg, 3.3 apg, 90% FT) Ginny Petties (Glenville State, 5-7, G, Steubenville, OH, 10.7 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 3.7 apg) Jenni Robbins (West Liberty, 5-3, G, Geneva, NY, 11.3 ppg, 6.3 apg, 40% 3ptFG) Kaitlyn Snyder (Fairmont State, 5-7, G, Sissonville, WV, 10.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 2.9 apg)

Final Conference Standings Overall

West Virginia Wesleyan Seton Hill Charleston Glenville State West Liberty Fairmont State Shepherd Wheeling Jesuit Pitt-Johnstown Concord West Virginia State Davis & Elknis Alderson-Broaddus Ohio Valley Salem International Bluefield State

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Power Rating

19-9 .679 17-5 23-8 .742 17-5 20-9 .690 16-6 18-10 .643 15-7 22-10 .688 15-7 22-10 .688 15-7 17-12 .586 14-8 15-15 .500 12-10 15-12 .556 12-10 15-12 .556 12-10 16-11 .593 12-10 14-13 .519 10-12 7-20 .259 5-17 4-23 .148 2-20 1-26 .037 1-21 1-26 .037 1-21

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151.4 148.2 137.7 131.8 130.5 129.6 115.9 99.6 97.7 96.8 95.0 77.3 31.8 10.0 5.45 5.0

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Points

Field Goals Made

Player Years Pts.

Player Years FGM

Player Years

1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Vicki Huffman 3. Kara Morris 4. Lori Smith 5. Vonda Shaw 6. Ashley Vavrek 7. Jennifer Wilson 8. Lisa Monteleone 9. Nikki McGinnis 10. Kamela Meikle

1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Vonda Shaw Kamela Meikle 4. Vicki Huffman 5. Kara Morris 6. Jennifer Wilson 7. Danielle Cornish 8. Nikki McGinnis 9. Lori Smith 10. Vickie Bostic

1. Sidney Thomas 2002-06 437/770 .568 2. Jackie Burks 1985-89 527/959 .551 3. Rachel Murray 2009-present 127/231 .550 4. Molly Kiger 2005-09 407-794 .513 5. Vonda Shaw 1984-88 671/1313 .512 6. Kamela Meikle 1983-87 671/1374 .489 7. Sheila Fansler 1988-92 355/737 .482 8. Lisa Monteleone 1987-91 463/964 .480 9. Danielle Cornish 2004-08 560/1180 .475 10. Beth Sedlar 1982-86 454/969 .469 *min 100 made

2001-05 1980-84 1996-00 1989-93 1984-88 2006-10 1999-03 1987-91 1993-97 1983-87

2041 1806 1775 1692 1624 1612 1539 1488 1474 1453

Field Goal Percentage

2001-05 1984-88 1983-87 1980-84 1996-00 1999-03 2004-08 1993-97 1989-93 1981-85

738 671 671 647 621 595 560 551 546 545

FGM/FGA FG%

Scoring Average

Field Goals Attempted

Player Years Avg.

Player Years FGA

Player Years 3-FGM

1. Ashley Reed 2. Kristen Gattuso 3. Vicki Huffman 4. Kara Morris 5. Lori Smith 6. Jennifer Wilson 7. Erin Fantroy 8. Vonda Shaw 9. Ashley Vavrek *min 50 games

1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Kara Morris 3. Vicki Huffman 4. Kamela Meikle 5. Jennifer Wilson 6. Lori Smith 7. Nikki McGinnis 8. Vonda Shaw 9. Vickie Bostic 10. Donna Hopkins

1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Ashley Vavrek 3. Ashley Reed 4. Lori Smith 5. Erica Rome 6. Erin Fantroy 7. Maggie Britvec 8. Sebrina Wilson 9. Stephanie Beason 10. Carrie Baker

2004-06 2001-05 1980-84 1996-00 1989-93 1999-03 2002-04 1984-88 2006-10

18.9 18.2 17.5 16.2 15.1 14.9 14.2 13.9 13.7

2001-05 1996-00 1980-84 1983-87 1999-03 1989-93 1993-97 1984-88 1981-85 1979-83

2001-05 2006-10 2004-06 1989-93 2001-05 2002-04 1994-98 1987-91 2006-07 1987-89

258 248 205 162 117 94 91 75 66 65

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Three-Pointers Attempted Player Years 3-FGA

1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Ashley Vavrek 3. Ashley Reed 4. Erica Rome 5. Lori Smith 6. Maggie Britvec 7. Sebrina Wilson 8. Laurie Herrington 9. Erin Fantroy 10. Shelli Cannon

2001-05 2006-10 2004-06 2001-05 1988-93 1994-98 1987-91 1989-93 2002-04 1992-96

704 638 528 426 389 339 250 230 219 216

562 512 480 438 428 351 348 327 307 291

1984-88 1981-85 2001-05 1987-91 1989-93 2004-07 1983-87 1994-98 1989-93 1993-97

645 628 599 450 417 411 356 335 329 322

Blocked Shots

Player Years Att.

Player Years Blks

1. Vicki Huffman 2. Lisa Monteleone 3. Kara Morris 4. Maggie Britvec 5. Jennifer Wilson 6. Lori Smith 7. Ashley Vavrek 8. Nikki McGinnis 9. Vonda Shaw 10. Kristen Gattuso

1. Beth Sedlar 2. Molly Kiger 3. Jennifer Wilson 4. Jackie Burks 5. Sidney Thomas 6. Rachel Murray 7. Tammy Klinkoski 8. Autumn Anderson 9. Natasha Ross 10. Teresa Haggerty

1980-84 1987-91 1996-00 1994-98 1999-03 1989-93 2006-10 1993-97 1984-88 2001-05

803 699 652 589 567 558 527 490 429 417

1982-86 2005-09 1999-03 1985-89 2002-06 2009-present 1981-85 2001-05 1998-01 1989-94

206 180 128 110 103 100 91 91 80 78

Free Throw Percentage

Steals

Player Year FTM/FTA Pct.

Player Years Stls

1. Ashley Vavrek 2. Molly Kiger 3. Lisa Monteleone 4. Lori Smith 5. Vickie Bostic 6. Kristen Gattuso 7. Kara Morris 8. Nikki McGinnis 9. Shelli Cannon 10. Sebrina Wilson *min 200 made

1. Nikki McGinnis 2. Maggie Britvec 3. Vonda Shaw 4. Kristen Gattuso 5. Vickie Bostic 6. Sebrina Wilson 7. Erica Rome 8. Jodi Wood 9. Lori Smith 10. Kara Morris

2006-10 2005-09 1987-91 1989-93 1981-85 2001-05 1996-00 1993-97 1992-96 1987-91

428/527 239/296 562/699 438/558 231/97 307/417 480/652 351/490 291/412 217/311

.812 .807 .804 .785 .778 .736 .735 .716 .706 .698

1993-97 1994-98 1984-88 2001-05 1981-85 1987-91 2001-05 1989-93 1989-93 1996-00

297 280 236 229 223 221 219 212 182 181

First Team All- WVIAC 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1987 1988 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1997 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Vicki Huffman Vicki Huffman Vickie Bostic Vickie Huffman Teresa Wilson Vonda Shaw Vonda Shaw Lisa Monteleone Lisa Monteleone Lori Smith Teresa Haggerty Nikki McGinnis Nikki McGinnis Terri Lovejoy Kara Morris Kara Morris Kara Morris Jennifer Wilson Jennifer Wilson Kristen Gattuso Kristen Gattuso Ashley Reed Ashley Reed Danielle Cornish Danielle Cornish Ashley Vavrek Ashley Vavrek

Player Years Rbd.

1. Vicki Huffman 2. Sidney Thomas 3. Kara Morris 4. Nikki McGinnis 5. Jennifer Wilson 6. Lisa Monteleone 7. Beth Sedlar 8. Jackie Burks 9. Rita Rhodes 10. Molly Kiger

Player Years 3FGM/3FGA 3FG%

65/145 94/219 162/389 248/638 205/528 66/173 258/704 58/187 75/250 64/230

1. Vonda Shaw 2. Vickie Bostic 3. Erica Rome 4. Sebrina Wilson 5. Jodi Wood 6. Jenna Eckleberry 7. Kamela Meikle 8. Maggie Britvec 9. Laurie Herrington 10. Nikki McGinnis

1987-91 1980-84 1996-00 1989-93 2006-10 1993-97 1999-03 1994-98 2001-05 1992-96

Rebounds

Three-Point Percentage 1. Carrie Baker 1987-89 2. Erin Fantroy 2002-04 3. Lori Smith 1989-93 4. Ashley Vavrek 2006-10 5. Ashley Reed 2004-06 6. Stephanie Beason 2006-07 7. Kristen Gattuso 2001-05 8. Lauren Streicher 2009-present 9. Sebrina Wilson 1987-91 10. Laurie Herrington 1989-93 *min 50 made

Player Years Asts.

1. Lisa Monteleone 2. Vicki Huffman 3. Kara Morris 4. Lori Smith 5. Ashley Vavrek 6. Nikki McGinnis 7. Jennifer Wilson 8. Maggie Britvec 9. Kristen Gattuso 10. Shelli Cannon

Free Throws Attempted

Three-Pointers Made 1657 1481 1406 1374 1367 1332 1314 1313 1293 1271

Assists

Player Years FTM

.448 .429 .416 .389 .388 .382 .366 .310 .300 .278

1980-84 2002-06 1996-00 1993-97 1999-03 1987-91 1982-86 1985-89 1983-87 2005-09

1204 1084 942 883 880 826 809 785 765 690

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Season Leaders Field Goal Percentage

Free Throws Made

Player Year Pts.

Player Year FGM/FGA FG%

Player Year FTM

1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Ashley Vavrek 3. Vonda Shaw 4. Ashley Reed 5. Terri Lovejoy 6. Kristen Gattuso 7. Kamela Meikle 8. Kara Morris 9. Ashley Vavrek 10. Vicki Huffman

1. Sidney Thomas 2. Jackie Burks 3. Jackie Burks 4. Sidney Thomas 5. Lisa Monteleone 6. Molly Kiger 7. Rachel Murray 8. Vonda Shaw 9. Jackie Burks 10. Vonda Shaw *min 100 made

1. Ashley Vavrek 2. Lisa Monteleone 3. Kara Morris 4. Vicki Huffman 5. Lisa Monteleone 6. Vicki Huffman 7. Lisa Monteleone 8. Terri Lovejoy 9. Vicki Huffman 10. Kristen Gattuso

2005 2010 1988 2006 1997 2004 1987 1998 2009 1984

727 699 635 594 568 562 540 531 515 499

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2003 1987 1988 2004 1991 2009 2010 1988 1989 1986

110/182 169/296 157/278 134/238 143/255 105/189 127/231 257/471 158/291 172/325

.604 .571 .565 .563 .561 .556 .550 .546 .543 .529

Three-Pointers Made

2010 1990 1998 1984 1991 1983 1989 1997 1982 2005

Player Year 3-FGM

Player Year Att.

1. Ashley Reed 2. Kristen Gattuso 3. Ashley Vavrek 4. Ashley Reed 5. Ashley Vavrek 6. Kristen Gattuso 7. Stephanie Beason 8. Ashley Vavrek 9. Kristen Gattuso Carrie Baker

1. Ashley Vavrek 2. Vickie Huffman 3. Kara Morris 4. Lisa Monteleone 5. Vicki Huffman 6. Vicki Huffman 7. Maggie Brivtec 8. Lisa Monteleone 9. Lisa Monteleone 10. Terri Lovejoy

2006 2005 2009 2005 2010 2004 2007 2008 2003 1988

116 104 91 89 87 73 66 60 53 53

2010 1984 1998 1990 1983 1982 1998 1991 1989 1997

1. Vonda Shaw 2. Vonda Shaw 3. Vonda Shaw 4. Jenna Eckleberry 5. Vickie Bostic 6. Jenna Eckleberry 7. Erica Rome 8. Sebrina Wilson 9. Vicki Bostic 10. Jodi Wood

246 242 226 225 210 207 204 185 184 183

Three-Pointers Attempted

Free Throw Percentage

Player Year FGM

Player Year 3-FGA

Player Year FTM/FTA Pct.

1. Vonda Shaw 2. Kristen Gattuso 3. Kamela Meikle 4. Vonda Shaw 5. Kristen Gattuso 6. Ashley Vavrek 7. Terri Lovejoy 8. Jennifer Wilson 9. Ashley Reed 10. Danielle Cornish

1. Ashley Reed 2. Kristen Gattuso 3. Ashley Vavrek 4. Ashley Reed 5. Ashley Vavrek 6. Lauren Streicher 7. Kristen Gattuso 8. Stephanie Beason 9. Kristen Gattuso 10. Ashley Vavrek

1. Ashley Reed 2. Lisa Monteleone 3. Ashley Vavrek Lori Smith 5. Lori Smith 6. Ashley Vavrek 7. Lisa Monteleone 8. Molly Kiger 9. Ashley Vavrek 10. Lori Smith *min 80 made

1988 2005 1987 1987 2004 2010 1997 2001 2006 2007

257 248 238 213 210 206 205 196 193 190

Field Goals Attempted

2006 2005 2010 2005 2009 2010 2004 2007 2003 2008

305 276 236 223 204 187 184 173 162 150

92/104 190/225 95/115 90/109 123/151 200/246 149/185 91/113 114-142 123/157

Player Year 3FGM/3FGA 3FG%

1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Terri Lovejoy 3. Ashley Reed 4. Vonda Shaw 5. Ashley Vavrek 6. Kristen Gattuso 7. Kamela Meikle 8. Jennifer Wilson 9. Vonda Shaw 10. Kara Morris

1. Lori Smith 2. Lori Smith 3. Ashley Vavrek 4. Carrie Baker 5. Erin Fantroy 6. Erin Fantroy 7. Ashley Vavrek 8. Ashley Reed 9. Kristen Gattuso 10. Lori Smith *min 30 made

563 535 518 471 469 455 453 446 443 427

1990 1993 2009 1988 2004 2003 2008 2005 2004 1992

40/84 50/109 91/204 53/119 53/119 49/114 60/150 89/223 73/184 35/91

Points

Free Throws Attempted

Game: Season: Career:

Game: Season: Career:

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Free Throws Made

Game: Season: Career:

Game: 18, Vicki Huffman vs California (2-6-84) Season: 200, Ashley Vavrek, 2009-10 Career: 562, Lisa Monteleone, 1987-91 Consecutive: 30, Ashley Vavrek, 2008-2009

31, Jennifer Wilson vs West Liberty (2-28-01) 563, Kristen Gattuso, 2004-05 1657, Kristen Gattuso, 2001-05

1987 1988 1986 2007 1984 2006 2005 1991 1985 1992

207 205 195 193 188 180 179 171 169 161

Field Goals Made Game: Season: Career:

17, Ashley Reed vs Columbia Union (12-4-05) 257, Vonda Shaw, 1987-88 738, Kristen Gattuso, 2001-05

1. Rachel Murray 2. Molly Kiger Beth Sedlar 4. Beth Sedlar 5. Maggie Brivtec 6. Jennifer Wilson 7. Beth Sedlar 8. Jackie Burks 9. Becky Burnell 10. Teresa Haggerty

.885 .844 .826 .826 .815 .813 .805 .805 .803 .783

2010 2006 1984 1983 1996 2000 1986 1988 1989 1994

Game: Season: Career:

100%, 11, Sheila Fansler vs A-B (12-2-91); Danielle Cornish vs. WV State (1-6-07) 60.4%, 110-182, Sidney Thomas, 2002-03 56.8%, 437-770, Sidney Thomas, 2002-06

100 73 73 62 57 56 55 49 46 41

Season: Career:

Game: Season: Career:

100%, (14) Ashley Vavrek vs. WV State (2-27-08) (12) Lisa Monteleone vs Bluefield (2-20-90); (10) Lisa Monteleone vs Glenville (1-29-90); (10) Teresa Haggerty vs WV Wesleyan (2-11-94); (10) Kara Morris vs Shepherd (1-2198) (minimum 10 made) 88.5%, 92-104, Ashley Reed 2005-06 (minimum 80 made) 81.2%, (428-527) Ashley Vavrek, 2006-10 (minimum 200 made)

23, Vicki Huffman vs WV State (2-3-82); Sidney Thomas vs Millersville (12-12-04) 357, Sidney Thomas, 2004-05 1,204, Vicki Huffman, 1980-84

Assists Game: Season: Career:

17, Jenna Eckleberry vs. West Chester (11-18-06) 207, Vonda Shaw, 1987-88 645, Vonda Shaw, 1984-88

Steals

Player Year Stls

1995 1991 2003 1997 1998 1987 1997 1996 1992 1988

Game:

Rebounds

Steals 1. Nikki McGinnis 2. Sebrina Wilson 3. Erin Fantroy 4. Terri Lovejoy 5. Andi Daniels 6. Vonda Shaw 7. Maggie Brivtec 8. Maggie Brivtec 9. Jodi Wood 10. Vonda Shaw

Free Throw Percentage

Field Goal Percentage

Player Year Blks

.476 .459 .446 .445 .430 .429 .400 .399 .397 .385

U n i v e r s i t y

23, Vicki Huffman vs California (2-6-84) 246, Ashley Vavrek, 2009-10 803, Vicki Huffman, 1980-84

Field Goals Attempted

Game:

92 84 83 81 80 79 77 76 73 73

Season: Career:

9, Vonda Shaw vs West Liberty (1-23-86); 9, Jessica Parker vs Ohio Valley (2-15-01) 92, Nikki McGinnis, 1994-95 236, Vonda Shaw, 1984-88

Blocked Shots Game: Season: Career:

11, Molly Kiger vs West Virginia State (2-11-06) 100, Rachel Murray (2009-10) 206, Beth Sedlar, 1982-86

Games Played Career: Started:

118, Ashley Vavrek, 2006-10 116, Kamela Meikle, 1983-87

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Ashley Reed 42

50, Ashley Reed vs Columbia Union (12-4-05) 727, Kristen Gattuso, 2004-05 2,041, Kristen Gattuso, 2001-05

Blocked Shots

Three-Point Percentage

Player Year FGA

2005 1997 2006 1988 2010 2004 1987 2001 1987 1998

2006 1990 2008 1991 1992 2010 1991 2007 2009 1993

357 353 322 318 316 307 288 286 286 269

Player Year Asts.

FSU

Field Goals Made

2005 1983 2010 1982 2004 1994 1984 1987 1984 1995

Assists

Free Throws Attempted

1. Vonda Shaw Kristen Gattuso 3. Jennifer Wilson 4. Ashley Vavrek 5. Terri Lovejoy 6. Ashley Reed 7. Kristen Gattuso 8. Kara Morris 9. Vicki Huffman 10. Vicki Huffman

22.7 22.7 21.9 21.8 21.0 20.5 19.4 19.0 18.5 18.2

1. Sidney Thomas 2. Vicki Huffman 3. Rachel Murray 4. Vicki Huffman 5. Sidney Thomas 6. Teresa Haggerty 7. Beth Sadler 8. Rita Rhodes Vicki Huffman 10. Nikki McGinnis

200 190 163 157 149 144 143 130 128 127

Player Year Avg.

1988 2005 2001 2010 1997 2006 2003 1998 1984 1981

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All Americans

All-Time Roster A

Abbuhl, Jessica 1990-91-92-93 Ammons, Whitney 2001-02 Anderson, Autumn 2002-03-04-05 Anderson, Meredith 1997-98-99 Aslop, Jill 1997-98

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VICKIE HUFFMAN 1983-84 All-American

VONDA SHAW 1987-88 All-American

Academic All Americans

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Lisa Monteleone 1990-91 Academic All-American

TRESA HAGGERTY 1993-94 Academic All-American

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JODI WOOD 1991-92 Academic All-American

Cindy Martin 1994-95 Academic All-American

Fa i r m o n t

NIKKI MCGINNIS 1994-95 All-American

KRISTEN GATTUSO 2004-05 All-American

Baker, Carrie 1987-88-89 Bauer, Cindy 1984-85 Beason, Stephanie 2007 Bennett, Kelia 1988-89 Berg, Jaime 1994-95 Boczek, Kara 2008-09 Boshkova, Anna-Maria 2010 Bostic, Vickie 1982-83-84-85 Bozovich, Linda 1995-96 Brivtec, Maggie 1995-96-97-98 Brooks, Monica 2002-03-04 Brown, Becky 2001-02-03-04 Burks, Jackie 1986-87-88-89 Burnell, Becky 1988-89

ASHLEY REED 2005-06 All-American

Top 30 Career Scoring Leaders No. Name Career

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Sr. Total

Caldwell, Cathy 1986-87 Campbell, Jenny 2004-05-06 Cannon, Shelli 1993-94-95-96 Carper, Kristin 1997-98-99-00 Contraguerro, Heather 1995-96-97-98 Cooper, Jacyln 1995-96 Cork, Donna 1987-88 Cornish, Danielle 2005-06-07-08 Crump, Mel 1981-82-83 Cyphert, Pam 1981-82

1. Kristen Gattuso 2001-05 329 423 562 727 2041 2. Vicki Huffman 1980-84 383 428 496 499 1806 3. Kara Morris 1996-00 369 531 463 408 1771 4. Lori Smith 1988-93 466 363 420 443 1692 5. Vonda Shaw 1984-88 79 422 488 635 1624 6. Ashley Vavrek 2006-10 57 341 515 699 1612 7. Jennifer Wilson 1999-03 329 482 404 324 1539 8. Lisa Monteleone 1987-91 214 385 454 435 1488 9. Nikki McGinnis 1993-97 263 460 347 389 1459 10. Kamela Meikle 1983-87 309 309 295 540 1453 11. Vickie Bostic 1981-85 264 396 309 352 1321 12. Danielle Cornish 2004-08 65 382 440 432 1319 13. Maggie Britvec 1994-98 241 261 300 446 1248 14. Jackie Burks 1985-89 106 390 345 348 1189 15. Sidney Thomas 2002-06 300 336 280 224 1140 16. Rita Rhodes 1983-87 104 336 330 333 1103 17. Erica Rome 2001-05 230 297 311 259 1097 18. Molly Kiger 2005-09 302 325 169 265 1061 19. Leigh Ann Tustin 1985-89 232 366 215 226 1039 20. Ashley Reed 2004-06 427 594 1021 21. Donna Hopkins 1979-83 120 240 246 401 1007 22. Beth Sedlar 1982-86 302 351 66 285 1004 23. Teresa Wilson 1984-88 338 356 289 983 24. Sebrina Wilson 1987-91 86 316 186 329 917 25. Shelli Cannon 1992-96 100 224 302 255 881 26. Laurie Herrington 1989-93 181 221 211 248 861 27. Sheila Fansler 1988-92 131 237 200 274 842 28. Tammy Klinkoski 1981-85 76 130 299 333 838 29. Erin Fantroy 2002-04 428 394 822 30. Natasha Ross 1998-01 231 276 295 802

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Daniels, Andi Davis, ShaLisha Divita, Talia

E

Eckleberry, Jenna Edwards, Lindsay Efaw, Connie Evans, Roxanne

F

U n i v e r s i t y

2004-05-06-07 2003-04-05-06 1987-88 1987-88

Fansler, Shelia 1989-90-91-92 Fanto, Ann Marie 1981-82 Fantroy, Erin 2002-03-04 Femia, Maria 2009-10 Fields, Crystal 1992-93-94 Finn, Shannon 1986-87 Fischer, Pam 1981-82 Floyd, Danielle 2009-10 Forsythe, Tami 1988-89-90 Franceschini, Rachel 1998-99-00 Franklin, Dana 1982-83 Fry, Karen 1981-82-83 Funk, Lisa 1991-92

Notes: Terri Lovejoy played her first 3-years at Concord College, where she scored 1,446 points, before concluding her career at Fairmont State where she scored 568 points as a senior. For her college career, Lovejoy scored 2,014 points to place her as the WVIAC’s third all-time leading scorer.

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1996-97-98-99 2003-04 1999-00

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Ganoe, Martha Gattowsky, Julie Gattuso, Gabby Gattuso, Kristen Gattuso, Mo Gaviglia, Lynne George, Alana Gesinger, Rebecca Ghilani, Dawn Gilbert, Lauren Gordon, Kelly Graunke, Danielle Guell, Samantha

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Haggerty, Teresa Hammond, Dayna Hammond, Tara Harrison, Kelly Heaven, Sandi Hedrick, Jill Henry, Allison Henry, Melissa Herrington, Laurie Hickman, Stacie Hivnor, Sarah Hopkins, Donna Huffman, Vicki Hughes, Lisa

K

Kazee, Christie Kelch, Dawna Keller, Carrie Kelly, Shawna Kiger, Molly King, Karla Kisner, Jenny Klinkoski, Tammy Kosar, Brooke

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Lambart, Jody Largent, Corrie Lee, Brittany Lee, KeTara Linger, Marilyn Lipscomb, Lorri Longerbeam, Kelley Lovejoy, Terri Luzdar, Stephanie

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1986-87 2000-01-02 2008-09-10 2002-03-04-05 2008-10 1999-00 2010 1992-93-94 1988-89 2009-10 1986-87 2008 2007-08-09-10

1990-91-93-94 2005-06-07 2005-06 2000-01-02 1985-86 1995-96 1991-92-93 2007-08-09-10 1990-91-92-93 1996-97 1993-94 1981-82-83 1981-82-83-84 1986-87

1994-95 1983-84-85 1994-95 1997-98 2006-07-08-09 1983-84-85-86 1997-98-99 1982-83-84-85 1998-99-00-01

2001-02-03 2000-01 2009-10 2002-03 1981-82 1985-86 1991-92-93 1996-97 2003-04

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MacCallum, Shea Main, Mindy Mann, Jennifer Martin, Cindy Mathew, Wendy Mayfield, Jennifer McCarty, Bethany McClellan, Erin McCord, Kelly McGinnis, Nikki McIntosh, Debbie Meeks, Amanda Meikle, Kamela Merico, Allyston Merinar, Jamie Mick, Stacy Monteleone, Lisa Moore, Della Morris, Kara Muir, Holly Murray, Jaclyn Murray, Rachel

N

Nay, Kristina Neal, Kelly Nicholson, Tiffany Nuzum, Misty

O

Oates, Kristen Onderko, Shannon

P

Parker, Jamie Parker, Jessica Pollack, Carrie

R

Rardin, Leslie Reed, Ashley Rhodes, Rita Roberts, Shari Robinson, Maggie Rodes, Candace Rome, Erica Ross, Natasha Runser, Michelle

1998-99-00-01 1982-83 1994-95-96 1993-94-95 1986-87 1994-95-96 2003-04 1998-99-01-02 1988-89 1994-95-96-97 1996-97-98-99 1993-94-95 1984-85-86-87 1998-99-00 2006-07-08 1990-91-92 1988-89-90-91 2000-01 1997-98-99-00 2006-07 2010 2010

1989-90-91-92 1984-85-86-87 2009-10 1990-91

1998-99 2008

2005-06-07-08 1999-00-01-02 1998-99-00-01

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Thomas, Sidney Toothman, Donna Turek, Kristen Tustin, Leigh Ann

U

Uhl, Trisha

V

Vaughters, Vanessa Vavrek, Ashley Vilaraza, Shilo Vincent, Mikell

W

Walker, Kathy Wanichko, Samantha Wanichko, Shannon Warren, Angela Waybright, Cara Weaver, Tammy Westbrook, Cyndy Wetzel, Shannon White, Kristina Williams, Abbey Wilson, Frances Wilson, Jennifer Wilson, Sebrina Wilson, Stacy Wilson, Teresa Wimer, Katie Wood, Gwen Wood, Jodi

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Zupanc, Christine

2003-04-05-06 1982-83 1989-90 1986-87-88-89

2006-07

1991-92 2007-08-09-10 2001-02 1996-97-98

1981-82-83 2006-07-08-09 2005-06-07-08 1995-96 2009 1995-96-97 1981-82 2002-03-04 1987-88 2003-04 1992-93-94 2000-01-02-03 1988-89-90-91 1988-89 1985-86-87-88 2005-06 1992-93 1990-91-92-93

2006-07

1997-98 2005-06 1984-85-86-87 1981-82-83-84 2003-04 2001-02 2002-03-04-05 1998-99-00-01 1985-86

S

Scritchfield, Kelly 1994-95 Sedlar, Beth 1983-84-85-86 Shaw, Vonda 1985-86-87-88 Simmons, Sasha 2009 Skinner, Staci 2007-08-09 Smith, Alina 1994-95-96 Smith, Teresa 1991-92 Smitherman, Courtney 2000-01 Snyder, Kaitlin 2009-10 Sprague, Sasha 1991-92 Steele, Becky 1993-94 Streicher, Lauren 2009-10

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Intro Staff Players review RECORDS FSU


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Fighting Falcons

All-Time Scores

Intro Staff Players review Records

FSU

1979-80 4-14 (.222) Mt. Aloysius W, 68-38 Potomac State L, 52-53 WV Tech W, 62-56 West Liberty L, 52-69 Glenville L, 38-78 A-B L, 49-72 WV State L, 65-82 Glenville L, 55-86 Shepherd W, 82-73 Salem L, 51-73 Davis & Elkins L, 41-79 Charleston L, 65-103 WV Tech W, 77-52 A-B L, 64-73 Charleston L, 46-88 WV Wesleyan L. 54-76 Salem L, 53-84 WVIAC Tournament WV State L, 68-73 1980-81 9-12 (.429) WV Tech W, 58-41 Wheeling W, 63-59 Glenville L, 58-95 WV State * L, 63-66 WV Wesleyan L, 63-69 A-B L, 58-68 Shepherd W, 89-61 Davis & Elkins L, 54-68 Salem W, 65-58 Wheeling W, 51-44 Bluefield W, 57-50 Concord L, 54- 62 Bluefield W, 73-71 Charleston L, 67-86 WV Wesleyan L, 63-68 Glenville L, 75-80 Salem L, 53-54 A-B W, 72-56 Davis & Elkins L, 51-53 WVIAC Tournament A-B L, 53-54 * Forfeit Win

Wheeling L, 48-58 WV Tech L, 63-76 Bluefield W, 69-61 WV State W, 75-63 Charleston L, 58-85 WV State W, 66-56 Bethany W, 76-48 Edinboro W, 54-49 Glenville (OT) W, 59-54 WVIAC Tournament WV State W, 87-64 Glenville L, 59-79 1982-83 21-9 (.700) Frostburg L, 63-66 Pittsburgh L, 59-79 Edinboro L, 67-83 Frostburg W, 58-46 Shepherd W, 64-39 WV Wesleyan W, 82-62 West Liberty W, 73-64 Bethany W, 73-24 W & J W, 81-31 Wheeling W, 71-56 A-B W, 77-67 WV Wesleyan W, 68-65 Charleston (OT) L, 96-98 Glenville L, 74-82 Salem W, 81-39 Wheeling L, 49-70 WV Tech L, 67-76 Bluefield W, 72-58 Davis & Elkins W, 62-53 A-B W, 68-66 WV State W, 74-66 Concord W, 83-78 WV State W, 79-57 Salem W, 65-59 Glenville W, 82-61 Marietta W, 81-44 WVIAC Tournament Salem W, 69-49 Bluefield W, 87-59 Davis & Elkins L, 52-57 Glenville L, 53-65

1981-82 17-8 (.680) Pittsburgh L, 29-65 Bluefield W, 84-55 Salem W, 79-59 Glenville L, 51-56 Davis & Elkins W, 70-66 West Liberty W, 68-65 WV Wesleyan W, 61-59 Shepherd W, 83-58 A-B L, 60-66 Concord W, 49-44 Davis & Elkins L, 44-59 WV Wesleyan W, 69-50 A-B W, 72-56 Salem W, 88-52

1983-84 23-4 (.852) Pittsburgh L, 53-100 West Liberty W, 77-58 WV State W, 87-47 Concord W, 71-49 Bluefield W, 62-60 Carnegie-Mellon W, 100-30 Shepherd W, 82-71 Salem W, 83-22 A-B W, 73-55 Glenville W, 72-57 WV Wesleyan W, 58-55 Davis & Elkins W, 66-65 Charleston L, 74-84 A-B W, 82-50

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California W, 82-62 WV State W, 64-59 Glenville W, 73-70 WV Tech L, 52-68 WV Wesleyan W, 74-60 Wheeling W, 64-50 WVIAC Tournament Concord W, 65-64 Bluefield W, 57-50 Charleston W, 73-69 NAIA Playoff Charleston L, 64-90 1984-85 17-10 (.630) WV State L, 67-72 Wheeling L, 74-80 West Liberty W, 75-47 Shepherd W, 61-49 Edinboro (OT) L, 78-80 Point Park W, 74-47 Marshall L, 55-78 Charleston L, 63-72 Bluefield W, 79-73 Wheeling W, 73-69 Davis & Elkins L, 46-73 Salem L, 59-61 A-B W, 70-55 Glenville L, 58-67 WV Wesleyan W, 75-37 Charleston W, 73-63 A-B W, 59-39 Concord W, 79-64 WV State W, 80-70 Salem W, 81-68 WV Tech W, 69-53 WV Wesleyan W, 74-66 Glenville L, 68-70 WVIAC Tournament West Liberty W, 87-46 Davis & Elkins W, 73-60 Bluefield L, 68-77 Glenville W, 70-65

Glenville L, 58-60 WV Tech W, 70-56 Davis & Elkins W, 68-66 Salem W, 84-78 Charleston L, 79-87 Concord L, 61-67 Glenville (OT) W, 81-78 Salem W, 89-56 WV Wesleyan L, 78-79 WV State L, 58-61 WVIAC Tournament A-B W, 80-76 Salem W, 64-59 Bluefield L, 71-74 Glenville W, 80-74

1985-86 18-13 (.581) St. Vincent W, 64-55 WV Tech W, 75-64 Seton Hill L, 53-62 St. Bonaventure W, 66-61 Wayne State L, 82-101 WV Tech W, 72-66 Carlow W, 86-60 Bluefield L, 74-88 WV Wesleyan L, 48-54 A-B W, 89-70 Walsh L, 72-78 Wheeling L, 51-55 A-B W, 86-73 Shepherd L, 69-72 WV State W, 65-55 West Liberty W, 79-66 Wheeling W, 70-61

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WEST LIBERTY W, 70-65 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 76-75 A-B W, 88-79 WV Tech L, 83-91 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 103-57 SALEM INT’L L, 91-100 (ot) at Concord W, 74-72 at Bluefield State L, 73-75 at Point Park W, 78-53 GLENVILLE W, 93-75 WV WESLEYAN W, 84-78 WHEELING JESUIT W, 82-78 WV STATE W, 87-70 CHARLESTON W, 83-76 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV Tech W, 75-72 vs. Concord L, 58-59

1986-87 19-12 (.613) vs. WV Tech L, 65-68 vs. St. Vincent L, 89-92 (ot) WEST LIBERTY L, 78-82 (ot) SHEPHERD W, 69-66 A-B W, 79-66 at Marshall L, 60-83 at Glenville L, 68-106 SETON HILL W, 87-82 WV Wesleyan L, 66-75 at Walsh College W, 89-70 at Salem Int’l W, 82-61 at Frostburg L, 82-86 at Carlow L, 78-79

1987-88 9-19 (.341) at St. Vincent L, 81-101 WV TECH W, 61-54 SALEM INT’L L, 77-80 (ot) DYKE COLLEGE W, 89-85 at Seton Hill L, 64-73 at Thiel College L, 69-88 FROSTBURG L, 74-76 at Shepherd L, 73-77 EDINBORO L, 90-94 at Central St. U. L, 44-93 at Carlow College W, 102-47 SALEM INT’L L, 80-88 at Marietta College L, 76-84 GLENVILLE STATE L, 82-87 WEST LIBERTY L, 67-69 WALSH COLLEGE L, 71-72 at Wheeling College L, 78-88 at Davis & Elkins L, 82-89 at WV State L, 77-88 WV TECH W, 101-64 at Salem Int’l L, 66-100 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 87-84 (ot) CONCORD W, 92-68 at Grove City W, 77-61 at A-B W, 99-83 POINT PARK W, 90-77 at Charleston L, 71-98 WVIAC Tournament vs. Shepherd L, 65-81 1988-89 11-16 (.447) WV TECH L, 74-92 SALEM INT’L W, 90-65 at Edinboro U. L, 75-92 THIEL W, 85-60 vs. Central St. U. L, 65-78 vs. Clarion W, 71-65 WEST LIBERTY W, 71-56 SETON HILL W, 74-69 Salem Int’l L, 84-85 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 94-71 at Dyke College W, 77-69 ST. VINCENT L, 71-81 at West Liberty L, 64-82 SHEPHERD L, 60-62 WHEELING JESUIT W, 80-68 SALEM INT’L W, 59-46

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WV Tech L, 74-95 WV STATE W, 81-70 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 69-80 at Concord L, 73-76 at Bluefield State L, 67-82 at Glenville State L, 67-82 at Walsh College L, 22-35 A-B L, 59-70 at Point Park W, 63-61 CHARLESTON L, 58-93 WVIAC Tournament vs. A-B L, 60-65 1989-90 13-15 (.475) at Thiel W, 85-81 at Charleston L, 45-87 at St. Vincent L, 68-82 WEST LIBERTY W, 80-71 at A-B L, 64-66 at Glenville State L, 79-104 SHEPHERD W, 77-71 DYKE W, FORFEIT WHEELING JESUIT W, 97-87 SALEM INT’L L, 71-76 A-B W, 74-70 at WV Wesleyan L, 60-85 at Shepherd L, 59-73 at Davis & Elkins L, 71-76 at West Liberty W, 84-83 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 69-83 GLENVILLE STATE L, 72-77 WV TECH W, 67-49 at WV State W, 77-59 at Salem Int’l L, 64-95 BLUEFIELD STATE L, 61-69 CONCORD L, 71-86 at Waynesburg W, 86-73 POINT PARK W, 95-74 WV WESLEYAN L, 68-72 RIO GRAND W, 78-72 WVIAC Tournament vs. Wheeling Jesuit W, 73-66 vs. Bluefield State L, 68-77 1990-91 20-8 (.714) at Notre Dame W, 78-65 at Rio Grande W, 77-73 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 68-69 at Ohio-Belmont W, 73-55 ST. VINCENT W, 82-77 at West Liberty W, 70-55 A-B W, 80-70 WAYNESBURG W, 92-65 WV Wesleyan W, 73-59 THEIL W, 73-43 at Salem Int’l L, 61-84 WV WESLEYAN W, 84-67 at A-B W, 77-48 WHEELING JESUIT L, 58-67 SHEPHERD W, 73-68 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 92-54 WEST LIBERTY W, 85-55 at Glenville State W, 88-73 WV Tech L, 62-66 (ot) WV STATE W, 78-51 SALEM INT’L W, 87-61

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Team Records Field Goals Made Game: Season:

47, vs Carnegie Mellon (1-16-84) 1,036, 1986-87

Field Goals Attempted Game: Season:

96, vs Carnegie Mellon (1-16-84) 2,087, 1986-87

Field Goal Percentage Game: Season:

67.9%, 38-56 vs Wheeling Jesuit (1-8-90) 49.6%, 1986-87

Season:

4, vs Wheeling Jesuit (2-20-06) 375, 1984-85

Points Game: Season:

120, vs Columbia Union (12-04-05) 2,477, 1986-87

Fewest Points Game: Season:

Game: Season:

34, vs Edinboro (11-22-88); vs Davis & Elkins (2-20-95) 532, 1991-92

29, vs Pitt (11-19-81) 1,040, 1979-80

107, vs WV Wesleyan (1-07-02) 2,332, 1986-87 Intro

Free Throw Attempts Game: Season:

Game: Season:

Points Given Up

Free Throws Made Game:

Fewest Turnovers

Fewest Points Given Up

Staff

Game: Season:

Players

22, vs Salem (11-30-83) 1,308, 1979-80

47, vs Marietta (1-2-92) 808, 1997-98

review RECORDS

Free Throw Percentage Game: Season:

FSU

100%, 17-17 vs AldersonBroaddus (2-2-06) 76.4%, 2005-06

Assists Game: Season:

31, vs Columbia Union (12-04-05) 611, 1986-87

Rebounds Game: Season:

73, vs Alderson-Broaddus (1-6-82) 1,362 (1999-00)

Personal Fouls Game: Season:

40, vs California University (1-396); vs Wheeling Jesuit (1-8-90) 618, 1991-92

Fewest Personal Fouls Game:

Season:

6, vs Bluefield State (1-29-83); vs Pitt (11-19-81); vs WV Wesleyan (1-28-94); vs Salem (11-30-83) 335, 1983-84

Turnovers Game: 38, vs Wheeling Jesuit (1-8-90) Season: 582,1989-90

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Fighting Falcons at Shepherd W, 72-67 at Bluefield State W, 64-60 at Concord L, 76-92 CHARLESTON L, 71-81 GLENVILLE STATE L, 70-79 WVIAC Tournament vs. Shepherd W, 83-80 vs. Charleston L, 74-78

Intro Staff Players review Records

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1991-92 19-9 (.679) at St. Vincent L, 56-77 at East Stroudsburg W, 64-58 at Indiana University L, 59-81 RIO GRANDE L, 74-78 CALIFORNIA L, 91-113 at A-B W, 89-88 at Waynesburg L, 54-76 SHEPHERD W, 77-59 WV WESLEYAN W, 80-67 MARIETTA W, 73-72 WV Wesleyan W, 62-59 SALEM INT’L W, 73-67 at Davis & Elkins W, 72-54 A-B W, 81-65 at Shepherd W, 74-64 at West Liberty W, 82-72 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 72-70 GLENVILLE STATE W, 77-69 WV TECH W, 78-67 at WV State W, 85-65 at Salem Int’l L, 66-78 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 81-63 CONCORD L, 67-69 at Charleston L, 66-86 at Glenville State W, 78-76 WEST LIBERTY W, 72-60 WHEELING JESUIT W, 74-70 WVIAC Tournament vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 63-68 1992-93 13-15 (.475) at Indiana University L, 64-93 at East Stroudsburg L, 61-88 at California L, 55-75 WV STATE W, 83-52 at A-B W 66-54 ST. VINCENT L, 62-82 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 58-76 at Rio Grande L, 62-85 WV WESLEYAN W, 76-58 at Bluefield State L, 65-70 at Concord W, 67-62 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 79-65 at Glenville State W, 79-78 at Waynesburg L, 50-61 SALEM INT’L L, 82-87 at West Liberty L, 67-79 SHEPHERD W, 84-74 WHEELING JESUIT L, 59-65 at WV Tech W, 67-60 A-B W, 74-60 WEST LIBERTY W, 72-58 GLENVILLE STATE L, 79-83 POINT PARK W, 80-66 at Salem Int’l L, 62-65 at Shepherd L, 72-84

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CHARLESTON W, 76-70 WVIAC Tournament WV STATE W, 76-73 vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 62-72 1993-94 14-13 (.519) RIO GRANDE L, 74-101 WV Tech W, 84-67 at Bluefield State L, 56-76 at St. Vincent L, 46-80 GANNON W, 70-58 A-B L, 77-82 at Davis & Elkins W, 82-78 WAYNESBURG L, 71-82 at Shepherd L, 76-84 CALIFORNIA W, 84-79 at Salem Int’l W, 65-59 GLENVILLE STATE W, 75-70 at WV State L, 61-69 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 67-58 CONCORD W, 69-60 WEST LIBERTY L, 74-82 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 46-52 at Glenville State W, 63-59 at WV Wesleyan W, 70-66 SHEPHERD W, 90-59 at Charleston L, 72-78 at West Liberty L, 79-84 WVIAC Tournament WV STATE W, 70-67 vs. Bluefield State L, 49-73 1994-95 14-14 (.500) CHARLESTON L, 69-72 SALEM INT’L L, 63-71 at Gannon L, 56-75 vs. Lincoln Memorial L, 70-80 vs. WV Tech W, 103-75 A-B W, 68-56 at Mercyhurst L, 65-87 WAYNESBURG L, 72-75 at Concord W, 74-56 at California University L, 60-74 GLENVILLE STATE W, 67-54 at Bluefield State W, 58-43 WV Wesleyan L, 38-60 at WV State W, 71-52 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 63-49 at Shepherd L, 50-58 WV STATE W, 78-49 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 67-58 WEST LIBERTY W, 80-71 at WV Tech W, 87-71 at A-B L, 58-75 WV WESLEYAN L, 74-75 at Salem Int’l L, 62-84 SHEPHERD W, 70-43 at West Liberty W, 83-77 WHEELING JESUIT L, 80-85 WVIAC Tournament vs. Davis & Elkins W, 99-64 vs. A-B L, 65-76

1995-96 14-14 (.500) OHIO VALLEY W, 78-69 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 81-51 at Geneva W, 60-58 GANNON L, 61-79 at Lincoln Memorial L, 63-67 at A-B L, 60-71 at Salem Int’l L, 56-101 A-B L, 65-76 CALIFORNIA L, 70-104 at Glenville State W, 61-56 CONCORD L, 71-82 at Bluefield State W, 61-59 WV WESLEYAN W, 76-74 SHEPHERD W, 66-56 at WV State W, 62-44 WHEELING JESUIT L, 64-57 at West Liberty L, 68-88 WV TECH W, 66-64 at Davis & Elkins W, 48-47 WV Wesleyan L, 49-58 CHARLESTON W, 83-77 SALEM INT’L L, 44-66 at Shepherd L, 61-80 WV STATE W, 68-51 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 57-82 WVIAC Tournament SHEPHERD W, 68-58 vs. Salem Int’l L, 56-79 1996-97 18-11 (.621) SHIPPENSBURG L, 57-69 RIO GRANDE L, 71-76 POINT PARK W, 72-65 at Gannon Univ. L, 75-83 SALEM INT’L W, 70-63 A-B L, 50-57 at King College W, 69-49 at Elon L, 68-86 at Mars Hill L, 56-81 GLENVILLE STATE W, 56-55 at Concord W, 86-65 BLUEFIELD STATE L, 47-60 at WV Wesleyan W, 79-56 at Charleston W, 84-79 at Shepherd W, 84-67 WV STATE W, 97-35 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 74-64 WEST LIBERTY L, 58-82 at WVU Tech L, 76-70 at Davis & Elkins W, 81-74 WV WESLEYAN W, 74-72 at Salem Int’l W, 77-58 SHEPHERD W, 70-59 at WV State W, 98-40 WHEELING JESUIT W, 69-66 WEST LIBERTY L, 79-95 WVIAC Tournament SALEM INT’L W, 63-58 vs. Bluefield State W, 71-59 vs. West Liberty L, 67-75

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1997-98 12-16 (.429) SLIPPERY ROCK L, 59-82 GENEVA W, 65-64 at Salem Int’l L, 65-69 at Virginia Union L, 67-85 at Pfeiffer L, 71-73 at Bluefield State L, 49-63 EDINBORO L, 56-68 at Glenville State W, 54-49 CONCORD W, 60-55 WESTMINSTER W, 58-44 WV WESLEYAN L, 58-62 CHARLESTON W, 74-62 at A-B L, 60-90 SHEPHERD W, 60-54 WV State L, 59-70 WHEELING JESUIT L, 61-73 at West Liberty L, 69-83 WVU TECH W, 85-68 at Westminster W, 77-44 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 98-81 at WV Wesleyan L, 66-69 SALEM INT’L W, 78-60 at Shepherd L, 68-71 WV STATE W, 86-55 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 69-84 WEST LIBERTY L, 82-70 WVIAC Tournament vs. WVU Tech W, 64-58 vs. A-B L,71-84

1999-00 18-10 (.643) vs. Spelman University W, 65-42 vs. Appalachian Bible W, 95-36 at Salem Int’l W, 67-55 at A-B W, 73-67 BETHANY W, 59-56 at Ohio Valley W, 77-70 WV WESLEYAN L, 52-67 at Glenville State L, 62-65 CONCORD W, 69-60 at Bluefield State W, 70-45 OHIO VALLEY W, 91-70 CHARLESTON W, 77-48 SHEPHERD W, 57-54 at WV State L, 61-63 WHEELING JESUIT W, 71-67 (ot) at West Liberty L, 66-78 WVU TECH W, 90-51 at Pitts.-Johnstown L, 48-68 DAVIS & ELKINS L, 40-66 at WV Wesleyan W, 72-60 CARLOW W, 61-41 SALEM INT’L W, 56-46 at Shepherd L, 51-62 WV STATE W, 75-63 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 67-77 WEST LIBERTY L, 70-83 WVIAC Tournament vs. Salem Int’l W, 71-54 vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 50-63

2001-2002 13-14 (.481) vs. UDC W, 67-42 vs. Davis & Elkins W, 56-52 WAYNE STATE L, 47-58 DAVIS & ELKINS L, 48-63 COLUMBIA UNION W, 55-45 WILBERFORCE W, 72-54 MOUNT OLIVE W, 81-55 vs. Five Towns Forfeit Win vs. Tusculum W, 69-68 GLENVILLE STATE L, 51-63 at WV Wesleyan L, 101-107 (4ot) at Shepherd L, 35-58 CONCORD L, 46-57 OHIO VALLEY W, 69-57 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 59-70 at West Liberty L, 35-92 SALEM INT’L W, 72-50 At A-B L, 66-73 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 80-60 at Charleston W, 87-74 at WV State L, 44-55 WVU TECH W, 84-77 at Ohio Valley L, 66-76 WHEELING JESUIT W, 68-65 WEST LIBERTY L, 57-77 at Salem Int’l L, 54-61 WVIAC Tournament at Wheeling Jesuit L, 82-83

1998-99 8-19 (.296) at Slippery Rock L, 54-87 at Lincoln Memorial L, 48-86 at Milligan L, 74-88 SALEM INT’L W, 66-59 EDINBORO L, 77-88 A-B L, 59-69 PITT-JOHNSTOWN L, 68-72 GLENVILLE STATE W, 70-54 at Concord W, 69-56 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 69-44 WV Wesleyan L, 63-78 at Charleston L, 46-66 at Bethany L, 72-74 at Shepherd L, 69-81 WV STATE L, 58-61 Wheeling Jesuit L, 64-84 WEST LIBERTY W, 66-65 WVU Tech W, 64-55 at Davis & Elkins L, 58-76 WV WESLEYAN L, 58-75 at Salem Int’l L, 49-76 SHEPHERD L, 56-72 at WV State L, 56-53 WHEELING JESUIT L, 48-60 at West Liberty W, 71-54 WVIAC Tournament vs. Wheeling Jesuit W, 53-50 vs. West Liberty L, 54-51

2000-2001 15-13 (.536) COLUMBIA UNION W, 73-43 at Wayne State L, 42-49 at Davis & Elkins L, 49-71 vs. Florida Southern L, 57-93 vs. Lynn University L, 61-70 MT. ALOYSIUS W, 67-57 at Columbia Union W, 66-54 vs. UDC W, 64-48 vs. Mansfield W, 70-57 at Glenville State L, 34-63 WV WESLEYAN W, 63-62 SHEPHERD W, 52-51 at Concord W, 71-66 at Ohio Valley W, 70-64 WHEELING JESUIT L, 59-81 WEST LIBERTY L, 65-72 at Salem Int’l L, 70-78 A-B L, 58-65 at Bluefield State L, 56-65 CHARLESTON W, 75-67 WV STATE L, 58-67 at WVU-Tech W, 67-52 OHIO VALLEY W, 62-41 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 62-59 at West Liberty L, 61-84 SALEM INT’L W, 72-52 WVIAC Tournament BLUEFIELD STATE W, 63-62 vs. West Liberty L, 50-61

2002-2003 21-8 (.724) vs. USC Spartanburg W, 83-76 vs. Tusculum W, 62-51 WILBERFORCE W, 77-55 COLUMBIA UNION W, 102-48 at Davis & Elkins W, 82-55 at UDC W, 77-74 at Mount Olive W, 67-59 vs. Virginia-Wise W, 88-48 vs. UDC W, 83-62 at Concord L, 55-56 at Glenville State L, 56-68 WV WESLEYAN L, 74-78 (ot) SHEPHERD L, 64-68 at Ohio Valley W, 62-57 SOUTHERN VA W, 82-52 WHEELING JESUIT L, 80-91 WEST LIBERTY L, 57-75 at Salem Int’l W, 64-52 A-B W, 65-47 at Bluefield State W, 57-48 CHARLESTON W, 87-80 WV STATE W, 72-61 WVU-Tech W, 63-54 OHIO VALLEY W, 70-55 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 73-69 West Liberty L, 67-85 SALEM INT’L W, 81-55 WVIAC Tournament WV STATE W, 81-57 vs. WV Wesleyan L, 62-69

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2003-2004 21-8 (.724) vs. Lincoln Memorial W, 71-64 vs. Lees-McRae W, 85-46 WILBERFORCE W, 77-49 COLUMBIA UNION W, 82-51 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 75-51 at UDC L, 38-40 Point Park W, 69-50 CONCORD W, 72-46 GLENVILLE STATE L, 58-62 at WV Wesleyan W, 74-73 at Shepherd L, 68-70 OHIO VALLEY W, 65-29 UDC W, 80-44 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 60-72 SALEM INT’L W, 73-60 at A-B W, 93-66 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 89-44 Charleston L, 70-87 WV State L, 78-83 WVU TECH W, 91-69 Ohio Valley W, 88-56 WHEELING JESUIT W, 74-60 WEST LIBERTY W, 68-52 Salem Int’l W, 67-50 WVIAC Tournament WVU TECH W, 83-46 vs. Charleston L, 49-69 2004-005 28-4 (.875) vs. Converse W, 77-56 SIU Edwardsville W, 60-58 at. Slippery Rock L, 58-56 at Davis & Elkins W, 79-64 COLUMBIA UNION W, 100-53 vs. West Chester W, 55-51 vs. Millersville W, 100-53 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks W, 61-59 vs. Alaska-Anchorage W, 82-68 ST. PAUL’S W, 77-44 vs. Columbia Union W, 98-53 vs. Ferris State W, 73-62 at. Concord W, 61-56 at Glenville State W, 74-65 (ot) WV WESLEYAN W, 73-61 SHEPHERD W, 79-59 at Ohio Valley W, 75-66 WHEELING JESUIT W, 71-59 WEST LIBERTY W, 71-66 at Salem Int’l W, 83-50 A-B W, 76-71 at Bluefield State W, 83-50 CHARLESTON W, 66-58 WV STATE W, 69-57 WVU Tech L, 66-62 OHIO VALLEY W, 82-54 at. Wheeling Jesuit W, 75-53 at West Liberty W, 62-60 SALEM INT’L W, 72-53 WVIAC Tournament vs. West Liberty L, 73-84 NCAA East Regional Glenville State W, 60-57 Anderson L, 77-90

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2007-08 25-7 (.781) vs. King College W, 78-68 vs. Coker W, 79-69 at Slippery Rock L, 58-61 FINDLAY W, 67-64 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 66-58 WEST LIBERTY W, 61-51 INDIANA (Pa.) W, 65-60 MANSFIELD W, 79-64 CLARION W, 82-75 PITT-JOHNSTOWN W, 68-41 A-B W, 68-65 at Salem Int’l W, 61-59 WHEELING JESUIT W, 63-51 at Concord W, 49-45 CHARLESTON W, 68-66 WV STATE W, 75-57 SHEPHERD L, 51-56 at Glenville State L, 51-66 at WV Wesleyan L, 62-74 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 68-44 at Seton Hill W, 63-60 at Bluefield State W, 70-66 OHIO VALLEY W, 73-53 at West Liberty L, 48-62 at Pitt-Johnstown W, 66-59 at Shepherd L, 66-79 SALEM INT’L W, 60-59 WVIAC Tournament DAVIS & ELKINS W, 60-54 vs. WV State W, 68-55 vs. Glenville State W, 67-62 vs. WV Wesleyan W, 63-49 NCAA Tournament vs. Anderson L, 50-62

2009-2010 22-11 (.666) vs. Bluefield College W, 60-51 vs. Milligan College L, 56-74 SALEM INT’L W, 83-34 OHIO VALLEY W, 78-47 WEST LIBERTY W, 73-66 at Concord L, 72-76 SHIPPENSBURG W, 77-69 WVU TECH W, 77-41 LAKE ERIE L, 64-67 at Bluefield State W, 98-37 GLENVILLE STATE W, 78-67 at WV Wesleyan L, 64-65 at Seton Hill W, 60-54 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 75-53 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 75-69 (ot) PITT JOHNSTOWN W, 70-58 at Shepherd L, 68-74 WV STATE L, 76-84 at A-B W, 77-48 at Ohio Valley W, 81-42 at Salem Int’l W, 69-39 WHEELING JESUIT L, 77-83 at West Liberty L, 78-93 SHEPHERD W, 73-59 at Pitt Johnstown W, 75-64 CHARLESTON W, 86-76 SETON HILL L, 60-68 WVIAC Tournament WV STATE W, 62-57 vs. Charleston W, 64-62 vs. Shepherd W, 85-72 vs. West Liberty W, 85-78 (ot) NCAA Tournament at Gannon L, 65-92

2008-2009 18-11 (.621) vs. Armstrong Atlantic L, 58-71 vs. Gannon L, 65-71 WHEELING JESUIT W, 51-36 SLIPPERY ROCK W, 70-60 at West Liberty W, 49-46 at Clarion L, 56-68 at Shippensburg L, 54-63 LAKE ERIE W, 65-59 (ot) URBANA W, 71-57 at Pitt-Johnstown L, 58-60 at A-B L, 38-58 GLENVILLE STATE W, 69-54 WV WESLEYAN W, 62-53 at WV State W, 69-58 at Charleston L, 60-62 CONCORD W, 60-47 at Shepherd L, 50-68 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 66-67 SALEM INT’L W, 95-34 at Davis & Elkins W, 75-70 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 66-49 at Ohio Valley W, 75-60 SETON HILL W, 70-61 WEST LIBERTY W, 64-60 PITT-JOHNSTOWN W, 89-67 SHEPHERD L, 53-55 at Salem Int’l W, 100-45 WVIAC Tournament OHIO VALLEY W, 67-50 vs. Pitt-Johnstown L, 76-78

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Opponent Record Pct. Year Began Last Meeting Anderson 0-3 .000 2005 50-62 Alaska Anchorage 1-0 1.000 2004 82-68 Alaska Fairbanks 1-0 1.000 2004 61-59 Alderson-Broaddus 32-21 .604 1979 77-48 Appalachian Bible 1-0 1.000 1999 95-36 Armstrong Atlantic 0-1 .000 2008 58071 Bethany 3-1 .750 1982 59-56 Bloomsburg University 2-0 .1.000 2005 63-59 Bluefield College 2-0 1.000 1995 60-51 Bluefield State 28-13 .682 1980 98-37 California University 2-4 .333 1984 74-104 Carlow College 3-1 .750 1986 61-41 Carnegie-Mellon University 1-0 1.000 1984 100-30 Central State University 0-2 .000 1987 65-78 Charleston* 15-23 .395 1979 64-62 Clarion 2-1 .666 2007 56-68 Coker 1-0 1.000 2007 79-69 Columbia Union 11-0 1.000 2000 98-38 Concord 20-13 .606 1981 72-76 Converse 1-0 1.000 2004 2004 Davis & Elkins 27-12 .692 1980 75-69(ot) Dyke College 3-0 1.000 1987 77-69 East Stroudsburg University 1-1 .500 1991 61-88 Edinboro University 2-7 .222 1982 77-88 Elon College 0-1 .000 1997 68-86 Ferris State University 1-0 1.000 2005 73-62 Findlay 2-0 1.000 2006 67-64 Florida Southern University 0-1 .000 2000 57-93 Frostburg State University 1-3 .250 1982 74-76 Gannon University 2-4 .333 1993 65-92 Geneva College 2-0 1.000 1995 65-64 Glenville State 24-26 .480 1979 78-76 Grove City 1-0 1.000 1987 77-61 Indiana University 1-3 .250 1991 65-60 King College 2-0 1.000 1996 78-68 Lake Erie 1-1 .500 2009 64-67 Lees-McRae 1-0 1.000 2004 85-46 Lincoln Memorial 1-3 .250 1994 71-64 Lynn University 0-1 .000 2000 61-70 Mansfield University 2-0 1.000 2001 79-64 Marietta College 2-1 .667 1983 73-72 Marshall University 1-2 .333 1973 60-81 Mars Hill 0-1 .000 1997 66-81 Mercyhurst University 0-1 .000 1994 67-87 Milligan University 0-2 .000 1998 56-74 Millersville 1-0 1.000 2004 74-56 Mount Aloysius 2-0 1.000 1979 67-57 Mount Olive 2-0 1.000 2001 67-59 Notre Dame College 1-0 1.000 1990 78-65 Ohio University-Belmont 1-0 1.000 1990 73-55 Ohio Valley University 20-2 .909 1995 81-42 Univ. District of Columbia 5-1 .833 2001 80-44 University of Pittsburgh 0-3 .000 1981 55-100 Pfeiffer University 0-1 .000 1997 71-73 Pitt-Johnstown 5-4 .556 1998 75-64 Point Park 9-0 1.000 1984 76-46 Potomac State College 0-1 .000 1979 52-53 Rio Grande University 2-4 .333 1990 71-76 Salem International** 48-24 .667 1979 69-39 Seton Hill College 7-3 .700 1985 54-60 Shepherd University 29-21 .580 1979 85-72 Shippensburg University 1-2 .333 1996 77-69

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Coaching Records Overall WVIAC Coach Years W L Pct. W L Pct. Marilyn Neptune (1969-74) 57 19 .751 52 19 .732 Jean Ward (1975-78) 1 56 .018 1 51 .019 Dr. Fran Maloney (1979) 3 14 .175 3 11 .214 Joe Lambiotte (1980-84) 87 43 .669 68 29 .701 Jim Brinkman (1985-00) 224 200 .529 168 134 .557 Steve McDonald (2001- ) 203 93 .686 124 70 .639 TOTALS 575 425 .575 416 313 .571

Opponent Record Pct. Year Began Last Meeting SIU-Edwardsville 1-0 1.000 2004 60-58 Slippery Rock 2-5 .285 1998 70-60 St. Bonaventure University 1-0 1.000 1985 66-61 St. Paul’s 3-0 1.000 2005 76-62 St. Vincent College 2-7 .222 1985 46-80 Spelman College 1-0 1.000 1999 65-41 Thiel College 3-1 . 750 1986 73-43 Tusculum 2-0 1.000 2002 61-52 Urbana 1-0 1.000 2009 71-57 USC Spartanburg 1-0 1.000 2002 83-76 University Virginia-Wise 1-0 1.000 2003 88-48 Virginia Union 0-1 . 000 1997 67-83 Walsh College 1-4 .200 1986 22-35 Washington & Jefferson 1-0 1.000 1982 81-31 Waynesburg College 2-4 .333 1989 72-75 Wayne State University 0-3 .000 1986 47-58 Westminster College 2-0 1.000 1997 77-44 West Chester 3-0 1.000 2004 90-72 West Liberty 29-31 .483 1979 85-78 West Virginia State 36-15 .706 1980 62-57 WVU-Tech*** 29-10 .744 1979 77-41 West Virginia Wesleyan 24-22 .521 1980 64-65 Wheeling Jesuit. 32-31 .508 1980 77-83 Wilberforce University 3-0 1.000 2001 77-49

Coaching Results Year Coach 1970 Marilyn Neptune 1971 Marilyn Neptune 1972 Marilyn Neptune 1973 Marilyn Neptune* 1974 Marilyn Neptune 1975 Marilyn Neptune 1976 Jean Ward 1977 Jean Ward 1978 Jean Ward 1979 Jean Ward 1980 Dr. Fran Maloney 1981 Joe Lambiotte 1982 Joe Lambiotte 1983 Joe Lambiotte 1984 Joe Lambiotte** 1985 Joe Lambiotte 1986 Jim Brinkman 1987 Jim Brinkman 1988 Jim Brinkman 1989 Jim Brinkman 1990 Jim Brinkman 1991 Jim Brinkman 1992 Jim Brinkman 1993 Jim Brinkman 1994 Jim Brinkman 1995 Jim Brinkman 1996 Jim Brinkman 1997 Jim Brinkman 1998 Jim Brinkman 1999 Jim Brinkman 2000 Jim Brinkman 2001 Steve McDonald 2002 Steve McDonald 2003 Steve McDonald 2004 Steve McDonald 2005 Steve McDonald* 2006 Steve McDonald 2007 Steve McDonald 2008 Steve McDonald** 2009 Steve McDonald 2010 Steve McDonald**

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Elliott guided the football program for five years before accepting the athletic director’s position. In his last season as head football coach he landed six players on the All-WVIAC first team – tied for most in the league. The Falcons closed the season strong down the stretch, winning three of their last four. In his five seasons, Elliott’s players earned first team all-conference honors 29 times. Elliott spent 15 seasons as an assistant coach for the Falcons from 1986-2000, spanning the tenures of Wally Hood and Doug Sams. In his first two seasons, he served as the wide receivers coach before being promoted to offensive coordinator in 1988. That season, the Falcons were the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) champions and advanced to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) playoffs. He remained offensive coordinator for the next four seasons. From 1994-2000, Elliott coordinated the Falcons’ defensive and recruiting efforts under Sams. The Falcons won two WVIAC championships (1996 and 2000) during those seven years. The Falcons were conference runners-up in 1986, 1987 and 2005. Elliott served as the skill development coach for Rich Rodriguez at West Virginia University during the 2001 football season before taking over the helm of the Fairmont State program in the spring of 2002. “This is home and this is definitely the place I want to be,” Elliott says. “I want to be part of the development of this school, this community and this county. That’s a big part of my life, and I want to make this athletic program and this school a really positive thing for the community.” Elliott also served as a temporary instructor in the School of Health and Human Performance and had done so for 11 years at Fairmont State. Elliott received his bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State in 1979 and obtained his master’s degree from WVU in 1988. He taught and was an assistant football coach at North Marion High School from 1980 until 1985. He served under head coach Roy Michael at North Marion. The Huskies posted a 57-13 record and won the state championship in 1980 and 1981. North Marion finished as the state runnerup in 1982. From 1981-86, Elliott was the head wrestling coach at North Marion. His teams posted a record of 73-26 and won five state championships. He is married to the former Mary Jo Thorne, and they are the parents of two daughters, Devan (15), and Addie, (5), and two sons, Ryan (13), and Kyle (10).

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As a Marion County native and a Fairmont State graduate, no one embodies the passion of Falcon athletics like Rusty Elliott. Elliott, who has been associated with Fairmont State for nearly three decades, was named athletic director in August of 2007. Last season, three Fairmont State teams advanced to NCAA Championships in historic fashion. The men’s and women’s basketball teams made it to the NCAA Tournament in the same year for the first time in school history, and the softball team earned its first-ever NCAA Tournament bid. In addition to the on-field accomplishments, the NCAA released its graduation rate in January 2010 and Fairmont State’s student-athletes boasted the top graduation rate of any school in the state of West Virginia. In the Spring of 2010, the FSU athletic department was recognized as the WVIAC winner in the NCAA Division II’s Community Engagement Initiative for its efforts in the football season opener against Clarion that saw over 5,000 people make their way to Duvall-Rosier Field. In 2008, Elliott oversaw an athletic department that saw Fairmont State finish third in the WVIAC President’s Cup. The men’s golf team once again captured a WVIAC title and advanced to the NCAA Championships, the men’s basketball team recorded 20 wins, the softball team set a school record for conference victories and finished runner-up in the league and the baseball team captured the WVIAC Central Division championship. In addition to the athletic successes, Fairmont State student-athletes had unprecedented success in the classroom as the cumulative GPA for all student-athletes was 2.99. He also oversaw major improvements to the basketball arena with the installation of a state-ofthe-art scoreboard and renovations to the Feaster Center as Fairmont State continues its commitment to a superior student-athlete experience. In his first year as athletic director, Fairmont State won a pair of conference championships in women’s basketball and men’s golf, with each of those teams advancing to the NCAA Tournament. The football team, playing its first season on a brand-new playing surface, finished with a winning record and the men’s basketball team finished with 19 victories. 52

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Champions Society

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William and Shirley Fleming

Circle of Character

Warren Baker

Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Kelley

Rebecca and Keith Foster

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Skip and Connie Tarsuk

D&G Machine Company Dan Cava’s Toyota World William & Shirley Fleming Fresh Ideas, Inc. Marco’s Can-Am Mont Levine, Inc. Kevin & Tina Rogers Subway -- The Hammond Group, Inc. Times-West Virginian

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Raymond Bonnett was named associate athletic director in January 2005. The Fairmont State graduate also serves as director of NCAA compliance and is in charge of facilities and transportation for Falcon athletics. In addition, Bonnett is the secretary of the Fairmont State Athletic Association, is a voting member of the Fairmont State Hall of Fame committee and is a board member of the Wesley Foundation, as well as a member of several other campus and community committees. He was first appointed to the compliance position in 1992 as Fairmont prepared to transition to NCAA Division II (from NAIA). In addition to his duties, Bonnett served as head baseball coach for 10 seasons leading his teams to eight WVIAC playoff appearances during that time. He is a proud Vietnam veteran after serving a four-year stint as a paratrooper in the 101st and 82nd airborne. Following his service, Bonnett enrolled at Fairmont State where he lettered one year in football and two in baseball. He captained the baseball team both seasons. Bonnett and his wife Judy each received degrees from Fairmont State. Bonnett also holds a master’s degree from West Virginia University in teaching education. Bonnett and his wife have four daughters, Sara, Tonya Dawn, Karrie Ann and Cassi Rae, and a son, Nicholas Tyler.

Robert Cable Head Athletic Trainer

Robert Cable is in his 21st year as the head athletic trainer at Fairmont State University. In addition to his duties of supervising athletic training for each of Fairmont State’s 15 sports, the West Virginia Wesleyan College and West Virginia University graduate is also heavily involved within the athletic training community both regionally and nationally. Cable was named NCAA Division II Trainer of the Year in the summer of 2010 by th National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). The honor recognizes 54

the outstanding efforts of a certified athletic trainer employed in a collegiate setting at a Division II school. The NATA selected Cable on the merits of his active community and campus involvement; volunteer service; national, district and state athletic training participation; promotion of the profession; and exceptional performance in the role of collegiate athletic trainer. Cable is a member of the NATA District 3 Board of Directors. He has served the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association (WVATA) in numerous capacities throughout his career, and is currently the president of that group. One of his top priorities as president of the WVATA is licensure for all certified athletic trainers in West Virginia. Further, Cable is in his second term as president of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) Athletic Trainers Committee. In 2007, he was named the WVATA “Trainer of the Year” for his willingness to go “above and beyond the normal call of duty.” Prior to coming to Fairmont State, Cable was the head athletic trainer, head women’s softball coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College. His softball team made the school’s first trip to the NAIA National Softball Championship Tournament in his final season. Cable also spent time as a clinical athletic trainer at Medbrook Sports Medicine Clinic and adjunct professor of health and physical education at Salem International University. He also worked as an athletic training intern with the Baltimore Colts early in his career. In addition to his athletic training duties, he also teaches in the Health and Human Performance Department. Cable has been instrumental in expanding the training facility to over 1,300 square feet that was completed in the spring of 2008. The new training room is four times the size of the previous location and features include four small treatment tables, six large treatment tables and increased unobstructed floor space. Cable is married to the former Jill Hinkle and they are the parents of two children, Courtney and Johnathan.

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Donald Moroose Faculty Athletic Representative

She is involved in all facets of planning and implementation of athletic department initiatives, including season tickets and parking; facility use and scheduling; and office maintenaince. The Fairmont State alumna began working at Fairmont State in 1994 in the office of the registrar. Dalene and her husband Skip have two daughters, Brittany, a 2008 graduate at Alderson-Broaddus, and Bridget, who will enroll at Fairmont State in the fall of 2010. The Horners reside in Mannington.

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Dr. Donald Moroose serves as the Faculty Athletic Representative for the Fairmont State Athletic Department. Moroose works with the athletic department to help maintain academic integrity, institutional control, student-athlete well being. Moroose graduated from Fairmont State in 1965 and received his doctorate in education at West Virginia University. He is beginning his 38th year as an employee of Fairmont State. He currently is a Professor of Education, Senior Level, teaching mainly graduate-level courses. Moroose is involved with the growth of the graduate school for teachers and developing master’s degrees in the School of Education. He is a member of the Fairmont State Athletic Association and has helped to raise money for the Athletic Department for nearly 25 years. He is married with two children and five grandchildren.

Kristi Kiefer Senior Woman Administrator/Student Athlete Advisory Committee Advisor Kristi Kiefer serves as Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) at Fairmont State. In addition, Kiefer is the head coach of the competitive cheer program. She has also been employed by Fairmont State for 17 years as an assistant professor in the Health and Human Performance department. In the fall of 2004, Kiefer took on the roles of senior woman administrator and advisor for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. The SAAC deals with issues for current student-athletes while also serving as a valuable component for community outreach for the athletic department. Kiefer received a bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State. As a student, she was also a cheerleader. She went on to receive a master’s degree from West Virginia University in Physical Education-Teacher Education with an emphasis in Motor Development. Kiefer has also spent nine years spanning two stints as head coach of the cheerleading team. The squad won its first national championship in 1995 under her guidance. In 2008-09, she returned to her coaching role as Fairmont State made cheerleading a varsity sport. Fairmont State finished second in the nation in the inaugural season, and last season added another national championship by winning in the All-Girl Division II category. Kiefer and her husband Jim reside in Bridgeport and are the parents of three children, Kash, Kylie, and Koby.

Mike Rogers Equipment Technician

Mike Rogers serves as the equipment technician for Falcon athletics and has worked at Fairmont State since the 1971 football season. Rogers also officiates local high school football, basketball, baseball, and softball.  As a Fairmont State student, Rogers played and lettered at quarterback for the Falcons. Rogers is a resident of Rivesville.

Donna Trickett Athletic Accountant

Program Assistant Donna Trickett has served as the Athletic Accountant since 2003. In her role, she handles all aspects of department purchasing and travel for all 15 sports as well as athletic department staff. An alumna of Fairmont State, Trickett began working on campus in 2001 in the office of the registrar. Donna

Dalene Horner serves as the Program Assistant for both the Director of Athletics and the Chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance.

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Director of Athletic Media Relations

Adam Zundell begins his fifth season as Fairmont State’s Director of Athletic Media Relations. At Fairmont State, Zundell is responsible for providing information and news to the media and fans for all 15 varsity sports. Since his arrival in 2006, he has helped increase traffic at the official athletic website, fightingfalcons.com, and helped Fairmont State become a league leader in providing audio and video for a variety of Fighting Falcon sports on the internet. Zundell has also spearhead marketing initiatives that have helped increase attendance and spark new revenue streams. In 2008-09, the men’s and women’s basketball media guides were ranked among the top 20 in the country by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). In 2009-10, the Fairmont State football media guide was rated third-best in the country by CoSIDA. In addition, Zundell helped coordinate the award-winning community engagement initiative that was best in the WVIAC and among the top 18 in the country. Prior to coming to FSU, Zundell was an assistant media relations director for three years at the University of Maryland. At Maryland, he was the primary media relations liaison for men’s soccer, wrestling and women’s lacrosse. He received national awards from CoSIDA and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for publications and articles he generated. He has worked with ESPN. com, CollegeSoccerNews.com and TopDrawerSoccer.com as a college soccer reporter since 2004. Before working at Maryland, Zundell worked in the sports communications office at West Virginia University while pursuing a master’s degree in public relations/integrated marketing communication. At WVU, he worked with men’s soccer, wrestling and baseball, providing coverage of home and away contests and managing game-day activities. The Fairmont native earned his bachelor’s degree from Wheeling Jesuit where he was a four-time AllWVIAC and three-time NCAA Division II Academic All-America performer in cross country, in addition to winning three individual conference titles in track. Zundell and his wife Kelly are the parents of Drew (4) and Tyler (2).

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WVIAC Barry Blizzard Commissioner

Founded in 1924, the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) rates as one of the oldest leagues at the small-college level.  The 16-member conference currently boasts the largest membership of any NCAA Division II league. The current membership includes Alderson- Broaddus College, Bluefield State College, University of Charleston, Concord University, Davis & Elkins College, Fairmont State University, Glenville State College, Ohio Valley University, Shepherd University, West Liberty State College, West Virginia State University, West Virginia Wesleyan College and Wheeling Jesuit University. The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and Seton Hill University joined the WVIAC for the 2006-07 season. Pitt Johnstown and Seton Hill are the WVIAC’s first out-of-state members since 1932. The WVIAC moved into the NCAA Division II ranks in 1994 after a long affiliation with the NAIA. The conference was the only one in Division II to place a team in the national quarterfinals in men’s basketball, football and baseball during the 1998-99 academic year. In 2002 the WVIAC, along with two other conferences, became the first league to earn four bids to the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Championship. Commissioner Barry Blizzard, who has held the post since 1987, led the move into the NCAA. Blizzard, a native of Bramwell, West  Virginia,  previously served as the athletics director at Bluefield State. The long-time conference chief has served in a variety of national leadership positions, including a stint as president of the Division II Conference Commissioners’ Association.  He is currently the chairman of the NCAA Division II Nominating Committee. Alumni of conference members include West Virginia State’s Earl Lloyd (the first African-American to play in the National Basketball Association), Salem International’s Cecil Underwood (two-term West Virginia governor) and Wheeling Jesuit’s John Beilein (current Michigan men’s basketball coach). The conference’s basketball tournament is one of the longest-running events in collegiate hoops; the 70th annual event was held earlier this year at the Charleston Civic Center. Attendance at the WVIAC tournament ranks among the highest in Division II. The conference also boasts a 10-station radio network for the tournament. Women’s sports were incorporated into the WVIAC during the 1981-82 academic year as the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Association was absorbed.  Currently, women’s championships are offered in softball, golf, tennis, track, basketball, volleyball, cross country and soccer. Men’s championships are conducted in football, cross country, soccer, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis and track. The league was recognized by the State Journal as one of “55 Great Things About West Virginia” in the magazine’s April edition.  The WVIAC is headquartered in Princeton, W.Va.

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All news releases are posted to fightingfalcons.com. Fans and media can stay connected to all of the happenings at Fairmont State by regularly checking the website. There’s no better coverage or access to Falcon athletics than fightingfalcons.com. Fairmont State has continued to be a leader in the West Virginia Conference in new media. Fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at the program by getting a tour of the locker room from Coach McDonald or even hear Coach McDonald’s halftime speech with videos posted on YouTube. Photo galleries are posted shortly after every home game to help bring fans closer to the games.

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You can get close to the action even if you can’t make it to Joe Retton Arena. Every home game will be shown live with an video webcast on FightingFalcons.com, in addition to live stats and audio. Recaps and box scores are posted shortly after the conclusion of the contest, and updated statistics are always available at fightingfalcons.com

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Looking for information on any Falcon player or coach? It’s just a click away at fightingfalcons.com. Complete bios on players and coaches are found at the click of a finger.

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“We look at our camp as an opportunity to affect young people in a positive way. We want every camper to learn to help and respect other people. We spend a lot of time talking about life as well as learning the fundamentals of basketball. We don’t play a lot of five-on-five. What we do is we teach individually and through two-on-two, three-onthree and sometimes four-on-four situations.”

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“The concept of having fun when you play the game of basketball along with learning fundamentals, I think, is the cornerstone of enjoying the game of basketball.”

• Open to girls ages 8-18 • Camp times: 5:30-9:30 p.m. • 8-to-1 Coach-To-Camper ratio • Staff comprised of current and

“The game of basketball for women is improving every year, and I think the reason for that is that more and more kids are going to camps and applying the things that they’ve learned during the summer into the school year.”

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