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Table of Contents 2 Facilities 6 FSU Basketball Experience 10 Season Preview

Record Book

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

52 Athletic Director Rusty Elliott 54 Support Staff

2010-11 In Review 28 2010-11 in Review 34 Game-by-Game Box Scores

NOVEMBER 15 POINT PARK 22 at Davis & Elkins 29 WEST LIBERTY

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DECEMBER 1 at Ohio Valley 3 at Wheeling Jesuit 6 URSULINE 10 BLUEFIELD STATE 17 at Alderson-Broaddus

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JANUARY 1 WVU-Tech (New Year’s Classic) 2 NOTRE DAME COLLEGE (New Year’s Classic) 7 at Concord 12 at West Liberty 14 GLENVILLE STATE (Alumni Weekend) 18 SHEPHERD 21 ALDERSON-BROADDUS 23 at WV Wesleyan 26 at Glenville State 28 at Bluefield State

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FEBRUARY 1 PITT-JOHNSTOWN 6 WV STATE 9 at Seton Hill 11 WHEELING JESUIT 13 DAVIS & ELKINS 16 at Charleston 18 CONCORD 25 WV WESLEYAN

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Location Fairmont, West Virginia Founded 1865 Enrollment 4,611 Nickname Fighting Falcons Colors Maroon & White Stadium Joe Retton Arena Capacity 4,000 Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II President Dr. Maria Rose Athletic Director James “Rusty” Elliott

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Steve McDonald (West Virginia, ’80) Head Coach Career Record 273-140 Record at Fairmont State 218-105 Jenna Eckleberry (Fairmont State, ’07) Assistant Coach Jessica Sell (North Carolina, 06) Assistant Coach John Stanley Student Assistant Coach

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Trainer Bob Cable Video Coordinator Roger Hayhurst Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Donald Moroose Sports Information Director Adam Zundell

2011-12 Basketball media guide Credits Editor: Adam Zundell Design & Layout: Tammy Holden Cover Design & Layout Lynne Conrad Technical Design Assistance: Kevin Funk Photography: John Piscitelli Andrew O’Hearn Adam Zundell Joe Larocca Editorial & Historical Assistance: Duane Cochran Chris Thomas Philip Fetty Printing: Morgantown Printing and Binding Morgantown, 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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e h t f o e Hom 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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“Respect + Communications = Trust

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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

Fairmont State (2009-11) All-WVIAC Honorable Mention Colebank & Feaster Award Winner Bridgeport, W.Va.

Kaitlin Snyder Junior Charleston, W.Va.

“I could tell on my visit that the team had great chemistry and that the players go along, and that was important for me. I like that the coaching staff pushes the players to get the most out of themselves. And, academically, I feel like Fairmont State will prepare me well for my major.”

Basketball Kendra Holmes Sophomore Leesburg, Va.

“Fairmont State is the right fit for me because I wanted to be close to home where my family and friends could see me play. Division II is the right level for me because it allows me to continue to compete in a sport I love and still concentrate on my academics.

experience Hailey Garrett Freshman Fairmont, W.Va.


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Fairmont State has won two of the last four WVIAC Championships. 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.

2008 Championship

• Fairmont State has posted 10 winning seasons in the last 11 years

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.

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• Steve McDonald is 25th in the NCAA among active coaches for winning percentage (67.4%)

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• The Falcons have won 20 game or more in six of those seasons • The Falcons have advanced to the NCAA Tournament three times under head coach Steve McDonald • Fairmont State has won one regular season WVIAC championship and two WVIAC Tournament titles in the last seven seasons

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• Head coach Steve McDonald owns the top two seasons for wins in a single season at Fairmont State • FSU has had a winning conference record in each of the last nine seasons

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Q: How does Briana Welch mix her experience in the West Virginia Conference with being new to your program? A: The great thing about Briana is that I know so much about her, and I think she knows a lot about our program, too, so there are not a lot of surprises. I keep reminding her that she’s an experienced player. We want her to think of herself as a three-year starter, not a new player. When she thinks like that she plays better.

Q&A with Steve McDonald Q: What’s one thing you learned from last season?

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A: I’d say the value of rebounding. We really didn’t have a team that had enough people that could go and get the ball. Rebounding is not a function of height; it’s a function of wanting to get the ball, and we didn’t have enough of those kinds of players. That hurt us a bit.

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Q: With the addition of lots of new players, does that have some extra energy to you and the players?

Kaitlin Snyder has always had tremendous basketball talent, how has her development come in other ways? Kaitlin has really exhibited a level of maturity that we’re pleased with. She came in ready to play as a freshman, had a great year, and had a very good sophomore year. Her development is more mental than physical, and we think she’s right on target with where she needs to be. We couldn’t be happier with the way she’s approaching practice, scrimmages and games soon.

Q: How do you see her role changing, if any, in terms of scoring and distributing as a point guard?

A: I think we have a more traditional looking team this year in terms of a point guard and a two-guard who can make threes, a three who can make threes and slash as well, a four who is under-sized but athletic, and a five who can play in the low post. We’re more traditional looking in that sense, and we feel like we have kids off the bench who can make threes. It’s not a focal point – we want to be an insideout team.

Q: Is it helpful or more difficult to have a large number of players come in at once and get used to the culture of the program?

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Tiffany Nicholson

Q: How important is long-range shooting this year?

A: If you don’t have energy and excitement at the beginning of a season, you probably should give it up. In the previous 30 years I’ve never had a year I wasn’t really excited about the beginning of the year. I think when you’ve established a program, and you’re not just a team from one year to the next, you actually have a program, I think your kids are always looking forward to the new players and how they can help us.

A: I think two factors are involved this year. One is we were able to do two hours of team activities each week for seven weeks or so. We were able to get across what we are trying to do defensively throughout those team activity workouts. That was a big advantage for us with the number of new players. And, two, I think we have really good kids returning. Those kids have been extremely helpful in letting the new players know how we do things.

Q: How do the traditional roles you talked about affect the play in the low block?

A: Over the year, I’ve had scoring point guards and had pure point guards, and I’m comfortable with either. Kaitlin is a scoring point guard and her role won’t change. She’ll be expected to score, distribute, know what to do and how to do it, but we think she’ll have an even greater leadership role than last year.

A: We really focused in recruiting on getting players that can go get the ball off the glass. We also have returning players who can do that. We have bigger players, more athleticism, and more of a traditional thought on how to play down there. We think that with the addition of Kendra Holmes and Hailey Garrett we have kids who can handle the basketball, face up, as well as post up and score, it’s just a matter of getting them comfortable with the players and coaches.

Q: Do you see any downfalls to not having any seniors? A: No, none at all. We expect every player in the program to be a leader regardless of class. We expect everyone to lead. We do things off the court and on the court to promote leadership from every player. I think over time that helps us as a program because we can look at a freshman and expect them to get it done. I think the higher you raise the bar with kids the more likely they are to rise up, so we keep our standards pretty high? Q: How do you approach goals with your team? A: This is a classic a situation as one practice at a time, one game at a time. We try to get them to focus on today’s practice and get a little better and then we’ll worry about what’s next. This is not a team where we’re going to sit down and talk about regional implications. We’ve also tried to give them a concrete, focus point on each practice to zero in on. We want them to focus on that one thought, and they seem to practice better. Q: What is one thing you know for sure about your team? A: They’re going to play hard and they’re going to play with enthusiasm. I have no doubt about that.

Q: Tiffany Nicholson has consistently given you great effort every night. How comfortable do you see her now that she is playing primarily at the shooting guard position?

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A: She’s playing more that two spot, as opposed to last year where she played more of the three. She’s a natural two guard, and the matchup is more to her liking defensively. She’s more comfortable every day that we practice. She also gives us some flexibility because we can move her to the three.

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Head Coach Steve McDonald has consistently stressed the importance of building a complete program at Fairmont State. One of the ways he’s done this is by connecting past players with the current student-athletes at the annual Alumni Weekend over the New Year’s holiday. Participants get to lace it up against former teammates and enjoy the fellowship at events planned during the weekend as well as Fairmont State basketball games. As part of the festivities, women’s basketball alumni will receive a complete gift bag. All women’s basketball alumni in attendance will be recognized at the FSU-WVU-Tech game on Saturday, Jan 1. “By creating the Alumni Weekend and having that alumni game which so many people enjoy, we’ve connected the present to the past. 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.” -- Steve McDonald (Head Coach)

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Alumni Spotlight: Donna Hopkins (Class of 1983) Donna Hopkins knows a little bit about perseverance. During her freshman season at Fairmont State, the Falcons finished the year with only three wins. That first season was no deterrent, though, and by the time she was a senior she had helped Fairmont State to its first 20-win season and was a member of program that was poised to consistently compete for WVIAC championships. After her time at Fairmont State, Hopkins moved to the Washington D.C. area and has been successful broadcasting personality as a co-host/sports reporter on Redskins Magazine on Comcast Sports Net since 1996. Turning around a basketball program and working one’s way to the top of her profession shows great talent, skill and fortitude. However, Hopkins’ biggest challenges came personally when she was diagnosed not once, but twice with breast cancer. Her strength and perseverance helped her through those difficult times and overcome the disease. But not only did Hopkins beat cancer, she took it upon herself to start her own foundation, Hopkins Breast Cancer, Inc., that helps those who cannot afford insurance to help in the fight against Breast Cancer. “It is awful when confronted with the words, ‘You have breast cancer,’ but it is even more devastating when you don’t have access to adequate health care,” Hopkins says. “The expense, stress and anxiety that patients with breast cancer and their families confront can be overwhelming. These realities are the impetus that propelled me to establish my organization.” Her triumph and work made her the 2001 “Local Breast Health Hero” named by Sears, the WNBA, the Washington Mystics and the National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations (NABCO). In 2011, she became one of the faces in the Under Armour “Power In Pink” campaign featured all around the country. Hopkins, a native of Oak Hill, W.Va., still points to her time at Fairmont State as being a foundation for her success. “Taking advantage of every opportunity while I was at Fairmont State as a student-athlete is certainly a part of the success I have enjoyed in my life,” she says.

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“It was a lot of fun and it was really good to get to know some of the new players but also good to see some old friends.” -- Vicki Huffman (Class of 1984)

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Steve McDonald Head Coach 12th Season

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Entering his 12th season, Steve McDonald has known nothing but success as head coach at Fairmont State. He led the Falcons to nine-straight winning seasons and 20-win seasons in six of the last nine years. McDonald helped deliver the first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in program history in 2005, and then guided FSU back to the tournament again in 2008 and 2010. He also directed the team to WVIAC Tournament championships in 2008 and 2010. In his 11 seasons on the sideline, McDonald has compiled a record of 218105, winning nearly 70 percent of the team the Falcons take the court. His 218 wins are the second-most in school history, and he is poised to be the school’s all-time winningest coach in the upcoming season. Of the topfive 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 11 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 flat-panel television. He has also helped celebrate Fairmont State’s tradition

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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 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. McDonald has created a standard in which his players are expected to excel in the classroom and be involved in the community, one that provides players with a truly well-rounded college experience. Last season, Fairmont State posted its ninth-straight winning season. Kaitlin Snyder was one of the most explosive scorers in the country and earned first team All-WVIAC honors and second team all-region honors. Rachel Murray re-wrote the school record

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books for shot blocks, and she, along with teammate Lauren Gilbert, earned All-WVIAC honorable mention honors. Two seasons ago, 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

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Fighting Falcons team all-region accolades. Vavrek would later be named the Ohio Valley’s Most Outstanding Athlete for her performance for the Falcons in 2010. Three 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 Fairmont State. McDonald was at the helm for arguably the best season 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 six-year 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 198789 at West Virginia Wesleyan College. The

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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 199091, 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.

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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 22-10 Conference Tournament Champs/ NCAA Tournament 2010-11 Head Coach 15-12 Career Record as Fairmont State Women’s Basketball Head Coach: 218-105 (.675), 11 seasons Career Record as a Collegiate Head Coach: 258-122 (.679), 13 seasons NCAA Tournament Appearances As FSU Women’s Basketball Coach: 3 WVIAC Championships (Regular & Tournament): 3

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Jenna Eckleberry Assistant Coach Fifth Season

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Jenna Eckleberry, one of the most prolific passing point guards in Fairmont State history, is in her fifth 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. Fairmont State has had a winning season in each of her four years with the program.

Jessica Sell Graduate Assistant Coach Jesica Sell, a star at North Marion who went on to play collegiately at North Carolina, returns home for her first season as a graduate assistant coach for the Fighting Falcons. Sell, a native of Barrickville, W.Va., was a standout player at North Marion earning West Virginia Player of the Year and Gatorade

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Last season, Eckleberry helped Fairmont State to yet another winning season while helping in the development of point guard Kaitlin Snyder, a first team All-WVIAC selection and second team All-Atlantic Region pick whose scoring and assists numbers increased during her second season. Two seasons ago, she 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 All-Tournament team. Three seasons ago, Eckleberry helped coach Fairmont State to an 18-11 record. In her first year as an assistant, 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 2005-06, 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.

Player of the Year recognition after averaging 30 points and 14 rebounds as a senior. She went on to play at North Carolina where she was a starter on the Tar Heel team that went to the semifinals of the 2006 NCAA Championship. She was a member of two ACC Championship teams (2005, 2006) and was a member of the starting five as a senior. The three-point specialist shot 38.5 percent from long range. Sell was a two-time winner of the team’s Hustle award. Upon graduation, she spent a year on staff at UNC as the Assistant Director of Recruiting as the Tar Heels advanced to a secondconsecutive Final Four. After that, Sell served as an assistant coach at UC Irvine one year before working in compliance the following year. Most recently, Sell has served as Partnership Director at Ted Shuttlesworth Evangelistic Assocation (TSEA). She has continued to stay involved with basketball during that time serving as a private instructor for local players. “I am very humbled and excited for the opportunity here at Fairmont State,” Sell said. “It’s great to be back home, and I’m

looking forward to learning a lot from the coaching staff and sharing my experiences on the court and beyond with the players. It will be a great learning experience and I’m happy to be back on the court.”

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No. Name Cl. Pos. 1 Kaitlin Snyder Jr. G 2 Emily Lohr Fr. F 3 Kelsi Wright So. G 4 Courtney Swiger Fr. G 10 Rachel Ashley Fr. G 11 Jess Parsons So. G 12 Hailey Garrett Fr. F 13 Erin Drumheller Fr. G 14 Kendra Holmes So. F 20 Briana Welch Jr. G 21 Alana George Jr. F 23 Tiffany Nicholson Jr. G 24 Kristy Akers Fr. G 32 Kat Rholfing Fr. F 33 Kaitlyn Antolock So. F 44 Katelyn Kaminski Jr. C Head Coach: Steve McDonald Assistant Coach: Jenna Eckleberry Graduate Assistant Coach: Jessica Sell Student Assistant Coach: John Stanley

Ht. Hometown/High School (Last School) 5-7 Charleston, W.Va./Sissonville 6-1 Stoystown, Pa./North Star 5-6 Rivesville, W.Va./North Marion 5-6 Barrackville, W.Va./North Marion 5-9 Scott Depot, W.Va./Winfield 5-7 Monongah, W.Va./North Marion 6-0 Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion 5-4 Stephens City, Va./Sherando 5-10 Leesburg, Va./Loudon County (Lincoln Memorial) 5-9 Kettering, Ohio/Fairmont (WV Wesleyan) 6-0 Bridgeville, Pa./South Fayette 5-6 Mannington, W.Va./North Marion 5-5 Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport 5-10 Wilmington, N.C./Hoggard 5-10 Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion 6-0 Grand Rapids, Mich./Central Catholic (Trine)

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Freshman 5-5, G Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport

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

Freshman 5-9, G Scott Depot, W.Va./Winfield

Before Fairmont State: All-state honorable mention

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honoree as a senior at Bridgeport … also named to the all-state tournament team in her final season … led the Bridgeport to the state semifinals and 25-2 record … matched a state tournament record with seven three-pointers in a game … second team All-Big 10 … also lettered in softball.

Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterwinner at

games for the Falcons … averaged 5.2 minutes and 1.7 points per game … made FSU debut against Point Park (11/16/10) … three points against West Liberty (11/30/10) … four points vs. Bluefield State (12/11/10) … scored two points against Clarion (12/30/10) … netted four points against Concord (1/8/11) … two points and two rebounds in win over Bluefield State (1/29/11).

Winfield … earned all-state honorable mention honors as a senior … averaged 10.6 points and 5.5 rebounds as a junior …. also contributed 3.3 steals per game for the Generals and was named team’s defensive player of the year … also a standout soccer player earning all-state honors as a senior … lettered in track as a freshman and helped the team to a runner-up finish in the 4x800 relay at the state meet.

Ht. Hometown/High School (Last School) 5-5 Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport 5-10 Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion 5-9 Scott Depot, W.Va./Winfield 5-4 Stephens City, Va./Sherando 6-0 Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion 6-0 Bridgeville, Pa./South Fayette 5-10 Leesburg, Va./Loudon County (Lincoln Memorial) 6-0 Grand Rapids, Mich./Central Catholic (Trine) 6-1 Stoystown, Pa./North Star 5-6 Mannington, W.Va./North Marion 5-7 Monongah, W.Va./North Marion 5-10 Wilmington, N.C./Hoggard 5-7 Charleston, W.Va./Sissonville 5-6 Barrackville, W.Va./North Marion 5-9 Kettering, Ohio/Fairmont (WV Wesleyan) 5-6 Rivesville, W.Va./North Marion

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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 … 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.

Personal: Rachel Christine Ashley … daughter of

Jeff and Gail Ashley … one of four children … brother plays at WV Wesleyan … mother played basketball at Allegany Community College … majoring in biology.

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. Kaitlyn Antolock’s Career Highs

Points...............4 (twice) Rebounds..........2 vs Bluefield State (1/29/11)

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Personal: Kristen Jennifer Akers … daughter of Jimmy and Jennifer Akers … birthday is Nov. 29 … one of three children … sister Shanna is a member of the acrobatics and tumbling team at Fairmont State … majoring in health.

Alphabetical No. Name Cl. Pos. 24 Kristy Akers Fr. G 33 Kaitlyn Antolock So. F 10 Rachel Ashley Fr. G 13 Erin Drumheller Fr. G 12 Hailey Garrett Fr. F 21 Alana George Jr. F 14 Kendra Holmes So. F 44 Katelyn Kaminski Jr. C 2 Emily Lohr Fr. F 23 Tiffany Nicholson Jr. G 11 Jess Parsons So. G 32 Kat Rholfing Fr. F 1 Kaitlin Snyder Jr. G 4 Courtney Swiger Fr. G 20 Briana Welch Jr. G 3 Kelsi Wright So. G

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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). 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.

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Freshman 6-0, F Fairmont, W.Va./North Marion

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

Before Fairmont State: Member of three-straight

As A Sophomore (2010-11): Played in all 27

state championships at North Marion … first team all-state selection as a senior after averaging 17.8 points and 13.4 rebounds per game … also first-team All-NCAC … also named to the AllTournament team at the state tournament … second team all-state selection after averaging 8.1 points and six rebounds … helped the Huskies to a second state championship … was named to the state’s All-Tournament team … member of another Huskie state championship team as a sophomore while averaging four points and three rebounds.

games and made seven starts for the Falcons … averaged 10 minutes per game … averaged 1.1 points and 2.4 rebounds per game … also blocked nine shots on the year … made first career start and pulled down 10 rebounds in a victory over Point Park (11/16/10) … started and pulled down six rebounds in win over IUP (11/20/10) … pulled down six rebounds, including four on the offensive glass, and scored three points in victory over Davis & Elkins (11/23/10) … two steals against Wheeling Jesuit (12/4/10) … started and scored four points and pulled down six rebounds in win over Clarion (12/30/10) … five points, six rebounds and a pair of blocks vs. Concord (1/8/11) … five points and three rebounds against Alderson-Broaddus (1/22/11) … three points, three rebounds and two blocks against Seton Hill (2/10/11) … started and blocked one shot against WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) … started and pulled down two rebounds in WVIAC first round game at Shepherd (2/28/11).

Personal: Hailey Garrett … majoring in exercise

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Personal: Alana George … born Aug. 11, 1990 … daughter of Darlene and Alex George … one of two children. Alana George’s Career Highs

Points...............5 (twice) Rebounds..........10 vs. Pointn Park (11/16/10) Blocks...............2 (twice)

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Sophomore 5-10, F Leesburg, Va./Loudon County (Lincoln Memorial)

Junior 6-0, C Grand Rapids, Mich./Catholic Central (Trine)

Freshman 6-1, F Stoystown, Pa./North Star

Before Fairmont State: Spent one season at Lincoln

Before Fairmont State: Spent the last two seasons

Memorial University … played in 26 games and averaged 4.4 points and 4.2 rebounds per game … had a season-high 12 points against Wingate (1/29/11) and 11 rebounds against Newberry (1/8/11) … scored over 1,000 points at Loudon County High … two-time first team all-district and was a first- and second-team all-state selection during her career … helped the Raiders to an 8221 record throughout her career … averaged 15 points and 15 rebounds per game as a senior … averaged 12.4 rebounds to help the Raiders reach the state championship game as a junior … set the school’s single-game record with 31 boards in a game.

at Trine University before transferring to Fairmont State … started and played all 26 games last year for the Thunder … averaged three points and 2.4 rebounds per game … made five starts as a freshman … lettered two seasons at Catholic Central … team captain as a senior … helped the team to a pair of conference championships … helped the Cougars to a 26-1 record and the state championship game as a senior … also lettered in track and was a conference champion in the discus and shot put.

Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterwinner

Personal: Katelyn Rose Kaminski … daughter of

Stan and Linda Kaminski … birthday is Feb. 17 … one of three children … majoring in forensic science.

Personal: Kendra Yvonne Holmes … daughter of

J.R. and Debbie Holmes … birthday is Oct. 30 … majoring in history.

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at North Star High … scored over 1,000 career points for the Cougars … helped North Star to a pair of D5 championships and two appearances in the state “Sweet 16” … all-district honoree as a sophomore … third team all-state selection as a junior after averaging 16.6 points and 7.9 rebounds per game … Somerset County MVP … averaged 10 points and three rebounds before missing the rest of her senior season with an injury … also a standout volleyball player averaging 14 kills per game … also earned all-state honors in volleyball for the Cougars … team finished second in the state during her sophomore season. Personal: Emily Kate Lohr … birthday is Nov. 16

… daughter of Dave and Hollie Lohr … one of three children … majoring in exercise science.

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As A Freshman (2009-10): Played in seven games

for the Falcons … made 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

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By State West Virginia (9): Kristy Akers (Bridgeport), Kaitlyn Antolock (Fairmont), Rachel Ashley (Scott Depot), Hailey Garrett (Fairmont), Tiffany Nicholson (Mannington), Jess Parsons (Monongah), Kaitlin Snyder (Charleson), Courtney Swiger (Barrackville), Kelsi Wright (Rivesville)

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Michigan (1): Katelyn Kaminski (Grand Rapids)

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1/3 .333 0/0 .000 7/12 .583 9/1.3 6/0.9 7/0 0 2 1 1 41/5.9 9/23 .391 0/0 .000 12/25 .480 30/1.1 65/2.4 41/0 4 16 9 7 270/10.0 10/26 .385 0/0 .000 19/37 .514 39/1.1 71/2.1 48/0 4 18 10 8 311/9.1

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Center (1): Katelyn Kaminksi

Pennsylvania (2): Alana George (Bridgeville), Emily Lohr (Stoystown)

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Virginia (2): Erin Drumheller (Stephens City), Kendra Holmes (Leesburg) By Position Guard (9): Kristy Akers, Rachel Ashley, Erin Drumheller, Tiffany Nicholson, Jess Parsons, Kaitlin Snyder, Courtney Swiger, Briana Welch, Kelsi Wright Forward (6): Kaitlyn Antolock, Hailey Garrett, Alana George, Kendra Holmes, Emily Lohr, Kat Rholfing

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Falcons … played in 31 games … 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).

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 all-state 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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Jess Parsons Career Highs

Points...............5 (five times) Rebounds..........6 vs. Bluefield State (12/11/10) Assists..............2 vs. Indiana (Pa.) (11/20/10) Steals................3 vs. Davis & Elkins (2/14/11)

Points...............29 vs. Bluefield State (1/29/11) Rebounds..........9 vs. Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11) Assists..............5 (five times) Steals................7 vs. Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11)

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

Freshman 5-10, F Wilmington, N.C./Hoggard HS

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Before Fairmont State: Finished high school

games and made three starts … averaged 12 minutes per contest … averaged 2.0 points and 1.4 rebounds per game … made debut with 11 minutes of action against Point Park (11/16/10) … five points, three rebounds and two assists in win over IUP (11/20/10) … five points and five boards against Davis & Elkins (11/23/10) … four points and four rebounds against West Liberty (11/30/10) … six rebounds and three points at Bluefield State (12/11/10) … five points in win over AldersonBroaddus (12/18/10) … scored five points and two steals at home against Concord (1/8/11) … four points and three boards in home victory against Bluefield State (1/29/11) … made first career start at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) … scored five points and recorded three steals in win over the Senators … started and scored three points against Charleston (2/17/11) … pulled down five rebounds at Concord (2/19/11).

FSU … started all 27 games and averaged 11.5 points … second on the team in steals (40) … contributed 3.4 rebounds per game … … scored nine points and handed out five assists against Point Park (11/16/10) … connected on four threepointers on her way to 23 points in victory over IUP (11/20/10) … also came down with six rebounds against the Crimson Hawks … netted 15 points vs. Ohio Valley (12/2/10) … 17 points and four steals against Wheeling Jesuit (12/4/10) … 15 points, five rebounds and five steals in victory over Bluefield State (12/11/10) … netted 12 points against Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) … five rebounds against Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) … tallied five assists against Glenville State (1/15/11) … scored 15 points in victory over Shepherd (1/19/11) … 16 points vs. WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) … 24 points, five rebounds and five assists in victory over Glenville State (1/27/11) … hit four three-pointers on her way to a career-high 29 points and came up with four steals in win over Bluefield State (1/29/11) … WVIAC Player of the Week (1/31/11) … nine rebounds and seven steals to go with eight points against Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11) … 17 points and three steals at WV State (2/7/11) … six rebounds to go with 11 points against Seton Hill … 10 points and seven rebounds against Charleston (2/17/11) … 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting from the field against Concord (2/19/11) … seven

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Valerie and Jon Parsons … one of two children … majoring in business.

Tiffany Nicholson’s Career Highs

As A Sophomore (2010-11): Breakout season for

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Personal: Jessica Ann Parsons … daughter of

7, 1991 … daughter of Dantia and Kenneth Nicholson … one of three children.

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

Tiffany Nicholson’s Career Statistics

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Personal: Tiffany Nicole Nicholson … born June

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career at Hoggard High … averaged 8.3 points and 3.5 rebounds per game in her senior season … selected as team captain … two-time all-area selection in her high school career … poured in 15 points per game as a sophomore … helped team to top five ranking in the state … among the top freshman in the Raleigh/Durham area scoring 18 points a game. Personal: Kaitlyn Victoria Rohlfing … daughter of

Mark and Lynne Rohlfing … birthday is Feb. 1 … one of four children … mother played basketball at Anderson and Virginia.

Before Fairmont State: Member of two state

Tiffany Nicholson

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 All-NCAC 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

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pointers against the Senators … 11 points, seven rebounds and five assists at Concord (2/19/11) … career-high 38 points – the most by any player in the league in 2010-11 – to pace the Falcons to a win over WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) … also had six assists and four steals in the win over the Bobcats … scored 34 of her 38 points in the second half … 20 points and six rebounds at Shepherd in the first round of the WVIAC Tournament (2/28/11). As A Freshman (2009-10): Starter in all 32 games in her first year as a Falcons … member of the AllWVIAC 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

Junior 5-7, Guard Charleston, W.Va./Sissonville * All-Atlantic Region Second Team (2011) * All-WVIAC First Team (2011) * All-WVIAC Freshman Team (2010) * All-WVIAC Tournament Team (2010) As A Sophomore (2010-11): One of the top scorers in the league and the nation … first team AllWVIAC and second team Daktronics All-Atlantic Region … averaged 19.5 points per game, which ranked 10th-best in the country … also pulled down 4.3 rebounds per game and dished out 4.0 assists … scored in double figures in all but one game … recorded 11 games of 20 points or more including two games of 30 points or more … averaged more minutes (37.1) than any player in the league … 19 points in win over Point Park (11/16/10) … 16 points and nine assists in win over IUP (11/20/10) … was 14-of-18 from the free throw line against the Crimson Hawks … 20 points at West Liberty (11/30/10) … 20 points and three steals in win over Bluefield State (12/11/10) … netted 17 points and recorded eight steals against Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) … scored 18 points and handed out seven assists in win over Clarion (12/30/10) … 18 points and five assists against Edinboro (12/31/10) … 24 points, including 10 of Fairmont State’s final 12 points, win narrow win over Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) … had six assists, including the assist on the game winner, against the Cardinals … led all players with 26 points in a home victory over West Liberty

Fighting Falcons 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 threepoint 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 AllTournament Team after averaging 17.8 points in the tournament … seven points and four assists at Gannon in NCAA Tournament (3/12/10).

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Freshman 5-6, G Barrackville, W.Va./North Marion

Junior 5-9, G Kettering, Ohio/Fairmont (WV Wesleyan)

Before Fairmont State: Lettered all four seasons

Before Fairmont State: Spent last two seasons at

for the North Marion Huskies … member of three state championship teams … averaged 15.1 points, three steals and two assists as a senior … led North Marion to a 25-0 record … first team AllNCAC and third team all-state pick … member of the All-Tournament team at the state tournament … averaged 7.1 points as a junior as the Huskies went 23-1 and captured a state title … team went 26-1 and won its first state championship during her sophomore season.

WV Wesleyan … started 28 games and averaged 9.4 points last year for the Bobcats … averaged 8.5 points and made 18 starts for WVWC as a freshman, helping the team to its first-ever WVIAC regular season title … three-year letterwinner at Fairmont High in Kettering, Ohio … two-time all-conference selection … averaged 17 points a game as a senior … broke single-game scoring record (36 points) as a senior … averaged 14 points as a junior.

Personal: Courtney Devonne Swiger … birthday is

Personal: Briana Renee Welch … daughter of Grace and Brian Welch … birthday is Dec. 21 … one of three children … majoring in elementary education.

Oct. 1 … daughter of David and Tammy Swiger … one of two children … majoring in biology … father walked on at Fairmont State and mother was a cheerleader at Alderson-Broaddus.

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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 allleague 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 1,000 career points ... also an all-state soccer player at Sissonville and was Kanawha Valley Player of the Year in that sport.

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Personal: Kaitlin Brea Snyder … born Sept. 12,

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As A Freshman (2010-11): Played in all 27 games

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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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Kelsi Wright’s Career Highs

Points...............10 (twice) Rebounds..........8 vs. Ohio Valley (12/2/10) Assists..............4 vs. Concord (1/8/11) Steals................3 (three times)

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01 Kaitlin Snyder 27-27 187-464 .403 56-171 .327 97-121 .802 24 92 116/4.3 61-2 109 111 2 61 527/19.5 20 Lauren Gilbert 24-23 119-271 .439 29-88 .330 86-112 .768 12 63 75/3.1 70-3 74 79 0 30 353/14.7 44 Rachel Murray 27-26 136-275 .495 0-0 .000 70-107 .654 106 216 322/11.9 58-0 27 61 82 18 342/12.7 23 Tiffany Nicholson 27-27 116-238 .487 38-102 .373 41-56 .732 31 60 91/3.4 60-1 48 65 3 40 311/11.5 14 Jen Rasko 27-0 45-123 .366 31-81 .383 4-5 .800 10 40 50/1.9 27-0 12 35 3 16 125/4.6 03 Kelsi Wright 27-22 31-94 .330 14-45 .311 8-16 .500 15 40 55/2.0 54-0 25 30 0 26 84/3.1 11 Jess Parsons 25-3 17-54 .315 7-26 .269 9-13 .692 13 21 34/1.4 10-0 8 17 2 12 50/2.0 21 Alana George 27-7 9-23 .391 0-0 .000 12-25 .480 21 44 65/2.4 41-0 4 16 9 7 30/1.1 40 Jaclyn Murray 15-0 6-21 .286 0-0 .000 4-7 .571 3 22 25/1.7 8-0 4 7 8 2 16/1.1 33 Kaitlyn Antolock 9-0 6-19 .316 1-6 .167 2-3 .667 3 2 5/0.6 1-0 0 5 0 0 15/1.7 10 Brittany Lee 4-0 4-14 .286 2-5 .400 3-4 .750 3 6 9/2.3 5-0 5 8 2 1 13/3.3 22 Maria Femia 7-0 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0/0.0 2-0 0 1 0 1 0/0.0 02 Theresa Zapach 5-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0 1/0.2 2-0 1 2 1 0 0/0.0 Team................ Total.......... 27 676-1600 .423 178-526 .338 336-469 .716 281 678 959/35.5 399-6 317 452 112 214 1866/69.1 Opponents...... 27 709-1731 .410 119-422 .282 325-440 .739 408 724 1132-41.9 417- 375 441 70 253 1862/69.0

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PPU 19-5-4 DNP 2-3-2 5-4-1 0-1-1 3-2-0 DNP 1-10-0 DNP 9-1-5 0-0-0 DNP 20-10-2 DNE 17-3-4 DNP 9-4-1 2-2-1 5-5-1 15-3-1 DNP 3-6-1 DNP 0-2-0 DNP DNP 16-17-2 at WLU 20-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 4-4-0 0-2-0 11-1-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 4-1-1 3-1-0 2-4-1 7-5-0 OVU 6-6-4 DNP 5-8-1 DNP 3-0-0 11-0-0 15-3-4 2-2-0 DNP 15-0-3 DNP 0-1-0 5-17-2 WJU 12-5-7 DNP 10-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 12-2-1 9-4-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 17-3-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 19-19-3 at BSC 20-2-2 DNP 2-1-1 DNP 3-6-1 4-2-1 10-5-3 0-1-0 DNP 15-5-5 4-0-0 6-7-1 13-12-3 at AB 17-2-1 DNP 0-2-0 DNP 5-0-1 3-3-1 21-2-5 1-1-0 DNP 12-4-4 DNP 2-2-0 16-3-1 CLAR 18-4-7 DNP 4-4-0 DNP DNP 5-7-0 23-3-2 4-6-1 DNP 6-2-0 2-1-0 DNP 16-11-0 EDIN 18-3-5 DNP 10-2-2 DNP 0-0-0 6-0-1 19-4-2 0-1-1 DNP 9-1-4 DNP DNP 18-8-1 CONC 111-4-4 0-1-1 3-2-4 DNP 5-0-1 4-3-0 5-3-0 5-6-0 0-0-0 6-3-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 11-3-1 at WJU 24-7-6 DNP 2-3-2 DNP 0-1-1 4-2-0 11-5-0 2-2-0 DNP 5-5-0 DNP 2-1-0 12-5-1 WLU 26-1-3 DNP 1-7-1 DNP 0-1-0 0-3-0 19-4-5 0-0-0 DNP 8-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 22-17-0 at GSC 25-8-5 DNP 3-1-1 DNP 2-0-0 2-1-0 16-1-3 0-2-0 DNP 5-1-5 0-1-0 DNP 22-15-2 at SHEP 22-10-5 DNP 9-2-1 DNP 2-1-0 3-0-0 16-4-2 0-2-1 0-0-0 15-3-0 DNP DNP 7-14-0 AB 17-9-6 0-0-0 0-4-0 DNP 2-2-0 6-3-0 21-1-3 5-3-0 0-0-0 12-1-1 0-0-0 0-2-0 4-8-0 WVWC 20-2-4 DNP 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 6-2-0 9-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 16-3-3 DNP DNP 2-13-0 GSC 19-3-2 DNP 7-0-0 DNP 2-0-0 13-2-3 18-8-6 0-3-0 DNP 24-5-5 DNP DNP 16-20-3 BSC 14-6-8 0-0-0 2-1-0 DNP 4-3-0 5-2-2 4-4-3 0-3-0 0-0-0 29-3-0 2-2-0 0-2-1 12-6-0 at UPJ 17-5-2 DNP 3-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-3-0 22-4-1 0-0-0 DNP 8-9-2 DNP DNP 16-15-2 at WVSTATE 19-1-3 DNP 0-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 6-1-1 26-4-5 0-1-0 DNP 17-3-0 DNP DNP 10-15-0 SHU 27-3-3 DNP 0-2-1 DNP 0-0-0 8-0-1 3-1-3 3-3-0 DNP 11-6-1 DNP DNP 4-7-1 at DNE 37-4-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP 5-1-0 0-1-0 6-2-14 0-1-0 DNP 11-4-3 DNP 0-2-1 12-16-0 UCWA 17-1-2 DNP 3-0-3 DNP 3-0-0 0-0-0 16-4-5 0-1-0 DNP 10-7-1 DNP 0-1-0 15-15-1 at CUW 11-7-5 0-0-0 3-1-1 DNP 0-5-0 2-1-0 27-4-2 0-1-0 DNP 12-4-1 DNP 4-2-0 5-8-1 at WVWC 38-3-6 DNP 0-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 7-4-0 15-0-2 0-1-0 DNP 5-4-0 DNP 0-0-0 10-14-1 at SHEP# 20-6-1 DNP 2-1-1 DNP DNP 0-0-0 11-2-0 1-2-0 DNP 7-5-0 DNP 0-1-0 9-16-0

Opponent POINT PARK INDIANA (PA) DAVIS & ELKINS at West Liberty OHIO VALLEY WHEELING JESUIT at Bluefield State at A-B CLARION EDINBORO CONCORD at Wheeling Jesuit WEST LIBERTY at Glenville State at Shepherd A-B WV WESLEYAN GLENVILLE BLUEFIELD ST at Pitt-Johnstown at WV State SETON HILL at Davis & Elkins CHARLESTON at Concord at WV Wesleyan at Shepherd#

Date 11/16/10 11/20/10 11/23/10 11/30/10 12/02/10 12/04/10 12/11/10 12/18/10 12/30/10 12/31/10 1/8/11 1/10/11 1/13/11 1/15/11 1/19/11 1/22/11 1/24/11 1/27/11 1/29/11 2/2/11 2/7/11 2/10/11 2/14/11 2/17/11 2/19/11 2/26/11 2/28/11

Score WL POINTS REBOUNDS 59-56 W 20-Rachel Murray 10- George, Murray 76-63 W 23- Nicholson, Murray 13-Rachel Murray 67-65 W 17-Kaitlin Snyder 17-Rachel Murray 55-113 L 20-Kaitlin Snyder 5-Rachel Murray 62-64 L 15-Gilbert, Nicholson 17-Rachel Murray 79-66 W 19-Rachel Murray 19-Rachel Murray 77-51 W 20-Kaitlin Snyder 12-Rachel Murray 77-75 W 21-Lauren Gilbert 4-Tiffany Nicholson 78-67 W 23-Lauren Gilbert 11-Rachel Murray 80-87 L 19-Lauren Gilbert 8-Rachel Murray 54-82 L 11-Snyder, R. Murray 6-Alana George 62-59 W 24-Kaitlin Snyder 7-Kaitlin Snyder 76-60 W 26-Kaitlin Snyder 17-Rachel Murray 75-106 L 25-Kaitlin Snyder 15-Rachel Murray 74-51 W 22-Kaitlin Snyder 14-Rachel Murray 67-32 W 21-Lauren Gilbert 9-Kaitlin Snyder 53-59 L 20-Kaitlin Snyder 13-Rachel Murray 99-85 W 24-Tiffany Nicholson 20-Rachel Murray 72-55 W 29-Tiffany Nicholson 6-Snyder, R. Murray 66-77 L 22-Lauren Gilbert 15-Rachel Murray 78-80 L 26-Lauren Gilbert 15-Rachel Murray 56-67 L 27-Kaitlin Snyder 7-Rachel Murray 71-70 WOT 37-Kaitlin Snyder 16-Rachel Murray 64-68 L 17-Kaitlin Snyder 15-Rachel Murray 64-74 L 27-Lauren Gilbert 8-Rachel Murray 75-71 W 38-Kaitlin Snyder 14-Rachel Murray 50-59 L 20-Kaitlin Snyder 16-Rachel Murray

ASSISTS 5-Tiffany Nicholson 9-Kaitlin Snyder 4-Kaitlin Snyder 1-J. Murray, Snyder, Nicholson 4-Lauren Gilbert, Snyder 7-Kaitlin Snyder 5-Tiffany Nicholson 5-Lauren Gilbert 7-Kaitlin Snyder 5-Kaitlin Snyder 4- Wright, Snyder 6-Kaitlin Snyder 5-Lauren Gilbert 5-Nicholson, Snyder 5-Kaitlin Snyder 6-Kaitlin Snyder 4-Kaitlin Snyder 6-Lauren Gilbert 8-Kaitlin Snyder 2-R. Murray, Snyder, Nicholson 5-Lauren Gilbert 3-Snyder, Gilbert 14-Lauren Gilbert 5-Lauren Gilbert 5-Kaitlin Snyder 6-Kaitlin Snyder 1-Kaitlin Snyder, Wright

STEALS 3-Kelsi Wright 4-Kaitlin Snyder 2-Tiffany Nicholson 2-Kelsi Wright 2-Kaitlin Snyder 4-Tiffany Nicholson 4-Jen Rasko 8-Kaitlin Snyder 2-Kaitlin Snyder 3-R.Murray, Wright 2-Parsons, Snyder 3-Snyder, Nicholson 2-Kaitlin Snyder 3-Kaitlin Snyder 5-Kaitlin Snyder 2-Wright, Snyder 3-Lauren Gilbert 5-Kaitlin Snyder 4-Tiffany Nicholson 7-Tiffany Nicholson 3-Wright, Nicholson, Snyder 2-Lauren Gilbert 3-Parsons, Gilbert 1-Nicholson, Parsons 2-Gilbert, Snyder, Wright 4-Kaitlin Snyder 2-Kaitlin Snyder

BLOCKED SHOTS 3-Rachel Murray 3-Rachel Murray 5-Rachel Murray 1-J. Murray, Lee, Zapach 5-Rachel Murray 3-Rachel Murray 3-Jaclyn Murray 1-Rachel Murray 1-Nicholson, George 2-Rachel Murray 3-Rachel Murray 3-Rachel Murray 4-Rachel Murray 1-Rachel Murray 4-Rachel Murray 1-Alana George. R. Murray 2-Rachel Murray 7-Rachel Murray 5-Rachel Murray 4-Rachel Murray 8-Rachel Murray 2-George, R. Murray 2-Rachel Murray 3-Rachel Murray 2-J. Murray, R. Murray 6-Rachel Murray 2-Rachel Murray

Statistical Comparison Opponent POINT PARK INDIANA (PA) DAVIS & ELKINS West Liberty OHIO VALLEY WHEELING JESUIT Bluefield State Ald-Broaddus CLARION EDINBORO CONCORD Wheeling Jesuit WEST LIBERTY Glenville State Shepherd Ald-Broaddus WV WESLEYAN GLENVILLE BLUEFIELD Pitt-Johnstown WV State SETON HILL Davis & Elkins CHARLESTON Concord WV Wesleyan Shepherd

1st 2nd Score Mar Total FG 25/26 34/30 59-56 +3 23-53/22-64 34/22 42/41 76-63 +13 23-43/26-79 35/32 32/33 67-65 +2 25-63/23-64 28/47 27/66 55-113 (58) 21-67/47-76 32/37 30/27 62-64 (2) 21-63/29-67 33/23 46/43 79-66 +13 27-55/27-74 30/33 47/18 77-51 +26 32-66/17-60 42/35 35/40 77-75 +2 29-55/25-60 32/24 46/43 78-67 +11 26-63/28-63 39/40 41/47 80-87 (7) 28-53/32-67 34/42 20/40 54-82 (28) 19-56/29-59 28/27 34/32 62-59 +3 26-67/19-59 37/28 39/32 76-60 +16 30-63/25-73 43/56 32/50 75-106 (31) 31-72/46-91 29/24 45/27 74-51 +23 23-52/15-59 32/14 35/18 67-32 +35 22-47/12-48 27/21 26/38 53-59 (6) 18-62/21-53 43/38 56/47 99-85 +14 37-62/31-76 35/26 37/29 72-55 +17 29-68/19-58 30/38 36/39 66-77 (11) 25-61/32-71 37/41 41/39 78-80 (2) 29-64/35-64 24/30 32/37 56-67 (11) 19-48/22-51 30/29 36/37 71-70 +1 24-61/26-61 29/30 35/38 64-68 (4) 23-50/25-62 24/36 40/38 64-74 (10) 24-73/27-56 26/34 49/37 75-71 +4 28-60/27-59 29/27 21/32 50-59 (9) 14-53/22-57

FG Pct .434/.344 .535/.329 .397/.359 .313/.618 .333/.433 .491/.365 .485/.283 .527/.417 .413/.444 .528/.478 .339/.492 .388/.322 .476/.342 .431/.505 .442/.254 .468/.250 .290/.396 .597/.408 .426/.328 .410/.451 .453/.547 .396/.431 .393/.426 .460/.403 .329/.482 .467/.458 .264/.386

3-Pointers 5-19/1-18 6-15/2-14 10-25/5-18 1-14/16-26 10-24/5-14 11-29/3-14 1-16/2-11 4-13/8-17 7-21/5-17 8-17/6-13 5-26/6-17 7-17/4-20 6-12/7-28 4-17/10-31 6-12/2-11 9-20/2-13 7-22/1-8 10-16/5-23 6-16/3-11 3-12/5-22 8-15/1-4 8-27/4-14 11-32/6-17 10-24/3-10 8-27/2-8 5-18/4-11 2-20/1-12

3FG Pct .263/.056 .400/.143 .400/.278 .071/.615 .417/.357 .379/.214 .063/.182 .308/.471 .333/.294 .471/.462 .192/.353 .412/.200 .500/.250 .235/.323 .500/.182 .450/.154 .318/.125 .625/.217 .375/.273 .250/.227 .533/.250 .296/.286 .344/.353 .417/.300 .296/.250 .278/.364 .100/.083

Free Throws 8-12/11-16 24-34/9-13 7-10/14-25 12-15/3-6 10-12/1-3 14-17/9-11 12-18/15-21 15-26/17-22 19-23/6-8 16-21/17-20 11-16/18-23 3-10/17-22 10-16/3-5 9-15/4-10 22-27/19-22 14-16/6-7 10-11/16-21 15-22/18-25 8-12/14-22 13-18/8-10 12-18/9-12 10-19/19-24 12-17/12-16 8-10/15-17 8-11/18-25 14-20/13-14 20-23/14-20

FT Pct Rebounds .667/.688 39/36 .706/.692 46/37 .700/.560 45/45 .800/.500 25/51 .833/.333 40/43 .824/.818 38/41 .667/.714 45/43 .577/.773 19/52 .826/.750 40/36 .762/.850 27/39 .688/.783 30/42 .300/.773 37/49 .625/.600 38/49 .600/.400 45/50 .815/.864 39/38 .875/.857 35/27 .909/.762 28/50 .682/.720 44/36 .667/.636 33/47 .722/.800 41/40 .667/.750 27/43 .526/.792 25/39 .706/.750 36/41 .800/.882 32/33 .727/.720 35/47 .700/.929 31/38 .870/.700 39/40

Mar +3 +9 - (26) (3) (3) +2 (33) +4 (12) (12) (12) (11) (5) +1 +8 (22) +8 (14) +1 (16) (14) (5) (1) (12) (7) (1)

Assist 15/8 16/14 11/12 3/37 14/11 16/12 17/11 13/16 10/14 16/13 11/14 10/13 9/10 16/21 9/9 10/2 11/8 19/10 14/8 7/21 9/22 10/14 18/23 12/10 10/16 9/16 2/10

TOver 21/14 31/14 13/10 17/12 19/15 21/17 17/24 10/31 15/18 20/14 19/14 15/20 8/13 31/14 18/18 13/18 12/23 26/18 11/25 20/12 16/19 11/9 16/19 17/8 12/16 9/16 14/10

Block 4/3 3/2 5/0 3/4 5/4 4/0 6/2 1/1 2/3 2/3 5/5 5/4 5/2 1/3 4/0 2/2 4/5 7/1 5/2 4/0 9/11 4/2 3/0 3/3 5/3 8/2 3/3

Steal Fouls 10/14 15/15 9/17 13/25 4/11 19/13 5/11 8/14 4/10 12/14 11/11 15/13 14/8 18/20 17/4 19/21 4/7 13/18 8/15 16/15 6/10 17/16 12/10 14/10 3/3 9/13 5/18 10/17 10/11 16/21 7/5 12/15 9/5 20/10 9/14 20/19 13/9 13/11 9/10 13/14 12/12 13/15 5/8 17/16 7/6 12/13 2/10 15/16 8/3 19/8 6/5 12/17 5/6 19/18

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99 GLENVILLE STATE (1/27/11) 80 EDINBORO (12/31/10) 79 WHEELING JESUIT (12/04/10) 78 at WV State (2/7/11) 78 CLARION (12/30/10) 37 GLENVILLE STATE (1/27/11) 32 at Bluefield State (12/11/10) 73 at Concord (2/19/11) 72 at Glenville State (1/15/11) .597 (37-62) GLENVILLE STATE (1/27/11) .535 (23-43) INDIANA (PA) (11/20/10) 11 at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 11 WHEELING JESUIT (12/04/10) 32 at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 29 WHEELING JESUIT (12/04/10) .625 (10-16) GLENVILLE STATE (1/27/11) .533 (8-15) at WV State (2/7/11) 24 INDIANA (PA) (11/20/10) 22 at Shepherd (1/19/11)

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34 INDIANA (PA) (11/20/10) 27 at Shepherd (1/19/11) .909 (10-11) WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11) .875 (14-16) ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) 46 INDIANA (PA) (11/20/10) 45 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 45 at Bluefield State (12/11/10) 45 DAVIS & ELKINS (11/23/10) 19 GLENVILLE STATE (1/27/11) 18 at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 17 at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) 14 at Bluefield State (12/11/10) 9 at WV State (2/7/11) 8 at WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) 31 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 31 INDIANA (PA) (11/20/10) 20 GLENVILLE STATE (1/27/11) 20 WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11)

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50 at Shepherd (2/28/11) 53 WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11) 54 CONCORD (1/8/11) 55 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 56 SETON HILL (2/10/11) 14 at Shepherd (2/28/11) 18 WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11) 43 INDIANA (PA) (11/20/10) 47 ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) .264 (14-53) at Shepherd (2/28/11) .290 (18-62) WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11) 1 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 1 at Bluefield State (12/11/10) 12 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11) 12 at Shepherd (1/19/11) 12 at Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11) .063 (1-16) at Bluefield State (12/11/10) .071 (1-14) at West Liberty (11/30/10) 3 at Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) 7 DAVIS & ELKINS (11/23/10)

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10 DAVIS & ELKINS (11/23/10) 10 at Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) 10 CHARLESTON (2/17/11) .300 (3-10) at Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) .526 (10-19) SETON HILL (2/10/11) 19 at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) 25 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 25 SETON HILL (2/10/11) 2 at Shepherd (2/28/11) 3 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 2 CHARLESTON (2/17/11) 3 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11) 1 at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) 1 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 8 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11) 9 at WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) 8 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 9 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11) Intro

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113 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 106 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 87 EDINBORO (12/31/10) 85 GLENVILLE STATE (1/27/11) 82 CONCORD (1/8/11) 47 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 46 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 91 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 79 INDIANA (PA) (11/20/10) .618 (47-76) at West Liberty (11/30/10) .547 (35-64) at WV State (2/7/11) 16 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 10 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 31 at Glenville State (1/15/11) 28 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11) .615 (16-26) at West Liberty (11/30/10) .471 (8-17) at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) 19 SETON HILL (2/10/11) 19 at Shepherd (1/19/11)

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32 ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) 51 at Bluefield State (12/11/10) 51 at Shepherd (1/19/11) 55 BLUEFIELD STATE (1/29/11) 56 POINT PARK (11/16/10) 12 ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) 15 at Shepherd (1/19/11) 48 ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) 51 SETON HILL (2/10/11) .250 (12-48) ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) .254 (15-59) at Shepherd (1/19/11) 1 POINT PARK (11/16/10) 1 WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11) 1 at WV State (2/7/11) 1 at Shepherd (2/28/11) 4 at WV State (2/7/11) 8 WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11) 8 at Concord (2/19/11) .056 (1-18) POINT PARK (11/16/10) .083 (1-12) at Shepherd (2/28/11) 1 OHIO VALLEY (12/02/10) 3 at West Liberty (11/30/10) 3 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11)

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3 OHIO VALLEY (12/02/10) 5 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11) .333 (1-3) OHIO VALLEY (12/02/10) .400 (4-10) at Glenville State (1/15/11) 27 ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) 33 CHARLESTON (2/17/11) 2 ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1/22/11) 8 POINT PARK (11/16/10) 8 WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11) 8 BLUEFIELD STATE (1/29/11) 3 WEST LIBERTY (1/13/11) 3 at Concord (2/19/11) 0 DAVIS & ELKINS (11/23/10) 0 WHEELING JESUIT (12/04/10) 0 at Shepherd (1/19/11) 0 at Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11) 0 at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 8 CHARLESTON (2/17/11) 9 SETON HILL (2/10/11) 8 at Concord (2/19/11) 10 at Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) 10 WV WESLEYAN (1/24/11)

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Points Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Att. FG Pct (min 5 made) 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Att. 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) Free Throws Made Free Throw Att.

32 Isaac Thornton vs West Liberty (1/13/11) 38 Kaitlin Snyder at WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) 37 Kaitlin Snyder at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 29 Tiffany Nicholson vs Bluefield State (1/29/11) 27 Lauren Gilbert at Concord (2/19/11) 27 Kaitlin Snyder vs Seton Hill (2/10/11) 14 Kaitlin Snyder at WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) 13 Kaitlin Snyder at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 27 Kaitlin Snyder at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 24 Kaitlin Snyder at Concord (2/19/11) 1.000 (7-7) Lauren Gilbert vs Clarion (12/30/10) .900 (9-10) Rachel Murray vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) 7 Kaitlin Snyder at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 5 Kaitlin Snyder vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 5 Kaitlin Snyder vs Alderson-Broaddus (1/22/11) 5 Lauren Gilbert vs Clarion (12/30/10) 5 Jen Rasko vs Davis & Elkins (11/23/10) 16 Kaitlin Snyder at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 14 Kaitlin Snyder at Concord (2/19/11) 1.000 (5-5) Lauren Gilbert vs Clarion (12/30/10) 1.000 (5-5) Jen Rasko vs Davis & Elkins (11/23/10) 1.000 (2-2) Tiffany Nicholson at Concord (2/19/11) 1.000 (2-2) Tiffany Nicholson vs Glenville State (1/27/11) 1.000 (2-2) Kelsi Wright at Shepherd (1/19/11) 14 Kaitlin Snyder vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) 9 Kaitlin Snyder at WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) 9 Lauren Gilbert vs Glenville State (1/27/11) 9 Rachel Murray vs Wheeling Jesuit (12/04/10) 18 Kaitlin Snyder vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) 12 Lauren Gilbert vs Glenville State (1/27/11)

FT Pct (min 3 made) Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots Turnovers Fouls

1.000 (7-7) Kaitlin Snyder at Shepherd (1/19/11) 1.000 (6-6) Lauren Gilbert vs Ohio Valley (12/02/10) 1.000 (5-5) Tiffany Nicholson at Shepherd (2/28/11) 1.000 (5-5) Kaitlin Snyder at Shepherd (2/28/11) 1.000 (5-5) Kaitlin Snyder at Glenville State (1/15/11) 1.000 (4-4) Lauren Gilbert at Shepherd (2/28/11) 1.000 (4-4) Kaitlin Snyder at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 1.000 (4-4) Tiffany Nicholson at WV State (2/7/11) 1.000 (4-4) Lauren Gilbert vs Clarion (12/30/10) 1.000 (4-4) Rachel Murray vs Clarion (12/30/10) 1.000 (4-4) Lauren Gilbert at Bluefield State (12/11/10) 1.000 (3-3) Kaitlin Snyder at WV State (2/7/11) 1.000 (3-3) Tiffany Nicholson vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 1.000 (3-3) Kaitlin Snyder vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 1.000 (3-3) Rachel Murray at West Liberty (11/30/10) 20 Rachel Murray vs Glenville State (1/27/11) 19 Rachel Murray vs Wheeling Jesuit (12/04/10) 14 Lauren Gilbert at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 9 Kaitlin Snyder vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) 8 Kaitlin Snyder at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) 7 Tiffany Nicholson at Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11) 8 Rachel Murray at WV State (2/7/11) 7 Rachel Murray vs Glenville State (1/27/11) 10 Kaitlin Snyder vs Glenville State (1/27/11) 10 Kaitlin Snyder vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) 5 Kaitlin Snyder at Shepherd (2/28/11) 5 Lauren Gilbert at Shepherd (2/28/11) 5 Lauren Gilbert vs Charleston (2/17/11) 5 Kaitlin Snyder vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 5 Tiffany Nicholson vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 5 Lauren Gilbert vs Edinboro (12/31/10)

All-WVIAC First Team:
 Lydia Bridenbaugh, Jr., G, West Virginia Wesleyan
 Jordan Burkes, Sr., G/F, Seton Hill
 Andrea Dalton, Sr., F, Pitt Johnstown
 Tori Hansen, Sr., G, West Liberty
 Jamie Kaufman, Jr., F, West Virginia Wesleyan 
Lindsey Kentner, Sr., G, University of Charleston 
Laura Malernee, Sr., G, West Liberty
 Kaitlin Snyder, So., G, Fairmont State
 Tenisha Wilson, Jr., G, Glenville State

 Second Team:
 Sheena Aden, Sr., G, Pitt Johnstown 
 Camisha Alexander, Jr., G, Concord
 Jolysa Brown, Jr., C, Concord 
Tarenna Dixon, Sr., F, University of Charleston 
Melissa Ford, Sr., G/F, West Virginia State
 Jerica Hewett, Sr., G, Shepherd
 Shalisa Hill, So., G, Davis & Elkins
 Danielle Woodmore, Jr., G, Glenville State



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Honorable Mention:
 Amber Avery, Jr., F, Ohio Valley 
Kourtney Booth, Jr., G, Wheeling Jesuit
 Chelsey Davis, Fr., F, West Virginia State
 Lauren Gilbert, Sr., G, Fairmont State
 Sidney Lindsey, So, F, Concord
 Rachel Murray, Sr., C, Fairmont State
 Jenni Robbins, So., G, West Liberty

 All-Freshman:
 Paige Alviani, G, Seton Hill
 Chelsey Davis, F, West Virginia State 
 Kenyell Goodson, G, Glenville State
 Jorden Lykes, F, Davis & Elkins   
Shelby Way, G, Ohio Valley

 Player of the Year: 
Lindsey Kentner

 Freshman of the Year:
Chelsey Davis Coach of the Year:
Ferne Labati

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Opponent - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGH Points 29 Camisha Alexander vs Concord (1/8/11) 26 Page Turner vs Davis & Elkins (11/23/10) 25 Lydia Bridenbaugh vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 24 Sheena Aden at Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11) 23 WOODMORE,Danielle vs Glenville St. (1/27/11) 23 Tori Hansen vs West Liberty (1/13/11) 23 Alana Auld vs Ohio Valley (12/02/10) Field Goals Made 11 Sheena Aden at Pitt-Johnstown (2/2/11) 11 Tori Hansen vs West Liberty (1/13/11) 11 Tori Hansen at West Liberty (11/30/10) Field Goal Att. 19 Shalisa Hill at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 19 Kateishia Wright vs Bluefield State (1/29/11) 19 WOODMORE,Danielle vs Glenville St. (1/27/11) 19 Jenni Robbins vs West Liberty (1/13/11) 19 Tori Hansen vs West Liberty (1/13/11) 19 Shalisa Hill vs Davis & Elkins (11/23/10) 19 WITHERS, Eryn vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) FG Pct (min 5 made) .857 (6-7) Erica Brooks at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) .778 (7-9) Shelby Fayak at Shepherd (2/28/11) .778 (7-9) Laura Malernee at West Liberty (11/30/10) 3-Point FG Made 5 Erica Brooks at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) 5 Alana Auld vs Ohio Valley (12/02/10) 5 Laura Malernee at West Liberty (11/30/10) 3-Point FG Att. 13 Laura Malernee vs West Liberty (1/13/11) 9 Swedish, Heather vs Point Park (11/16/10) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (2-2) Amy Turner at Davis & Elkins (2/14/11) 1.000 (2-2) Tiara Stossel vs Seton Hill (2/10/11) 1.000 (2-2) GOODSON,Kenyell at Glenville State (1/15/11) 1.000 (2-2) BROWN, Renee’ vs Edinboro (12/31/10) 1.000 (2-2) Cassy Sanderson vs Wheeling Jesuit (12/04/10) Free Throws Made 11 Lauren Myers at Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) 10 Keyoshia Wright at Bluefield State (12/11/10) Free Throw Att. 14 Lydia Bridenbaugh vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 11 Jolysa Brown at Concord (2/19/11) 11 Lauren Myers at Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) 11 Keyoshia Wright at Bluefield State (12/11/10) FT Pct (min 3 made) 1.000 (11-11) Lauren Myers at Wheeling Jesuit (1/10/11) 1.000 (8-8) Amanda Peoples at Alderson-Broaddus (12/18/10) 1.000 (7-7) Camisha Alexander vs Concord (1/8/11) 1.000 (6-6) Lydia Bridenbaugh at WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) 1.000 (6-6) Carrie Saunders at Shepherd (1/19/11) 1.000 (6-6) WITHERS, Eryn vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) 1.000 (5-5) Daria Abros’kina at WV Wesleyan (2/26/11) 1.000 (5-5) Bridget Buskirk vs Wheeling Jesuit (12/04/10) 1.000 (4-4) Lindsey Kentner vs Charleston (2/17/11) 1.000 (4-4) Daria Abros’kina vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 1.000 (4-4) Zipporah Tidwell vs Alderson-Broaddus (1/22/11) 1.000 (4-4) BROWN, Renee’ vs Edinboro (12/31/10) 1.000 (4-4) CERCHIARO, Micki vs Edinboro (12/31/10) 1.000 (4-4) BLAZETIC, Samantha vs Edinboro (12/31/10) 1.000 (3-3) Erika Rousculp vs Charleston (2/17/11) 1.000 (3-3) DEREN,Beth vs Glenville State (1/27/11) 1.000 (3-3) Brianna Welch vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 1.000 (3-3) FICKEL, Emma vs Clarion (12/30/10) Rebounds 17 Tori Hansen vs West Liberty (1/13/11) 14 Megan Stuvek vs Wheeling Jesuit (12/04/10)

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Assists Steals Blocked Shots Turnovers Fouls

B a s k e t b a l l

9 Jenni Robbins at West Liberty (11/30/10) 8 WOODMORE,Danielle at Glenville St. (1/15/11) 8 WOODMORE,Danielle at Glenville St. (1/15/11) 6 Kateishia Wright vs Bluefield State (1/29/11) 6 Asia Greenleaf at WV State (2/7/11) 4 Jamie Kaufman vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 13 Charlene Diggs vs Bluefield State (1/29/11) 8 Lydia Bridenbaugh vs WV Wesleyan (1/24/11) 5 BLAZETIC, Samantha vs Edinboro (12/31/10) 5 HEALY, Courtney vs Clarion (12/30/10) 5 PASTOREK, Sarah vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10) 5 CLAAR, Lacey vs Indiana (Pa) (11/20/10)

Team Statistics Intro Staff

SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game

SCORE BY PERIODS: Fairmont State Opponents

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FSU OPP 1866 1862 69.1 69.0 +0.1 676-1600 709-1731 .423 .410 178-526 119-422 .338 .282 6.6 4.4 336-469 325-440 .716 .739 12.4 12.0 959 1132 35.5 41.9 -6.4 317 375 11.7 13.9 452 441 16.7 16.3 -0.4 0.7 0.9 214 253 7.9 9.4 112 70 4.1 2.6 5623 2790 15-375 12-232

Players review RECORDS FSU

1st 2nd OT Total 867 994 5 1866 860 998 4 1862

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Game #7 - 12/11/10 Fairmont State vs Bluefield State At Bluefield, W.Va. -- Ned Shott Gymnasium FAIRMONT STATE 77, BLUEFIELD STATE 51

Game #8 - 12/18/10 Fairmont State vs Alderson-Broaddus At Philippi, W.Va. -- Rex Pyles Gym FAIRMONT STATE 77, ALDERSON-BROADDUS 75

Game #9 - 12/30/10 Clarion vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 78, CLARION 67

FAIRMONT STATE (4-2 (2-2)) Kaitlin Snyder 10-17 0-0 20; Tiffany Nicholson 7-13 0-1 15; Rachel Murray 5-10 3-4 13; Lauren Gilbert 3-7 4-4 10; Jaclyn Murray 3-4 0-1 6; Kaitlyn Antolock 2-3 0-1 4; Jen Rasko 1-3 2-2 4; Jess Parsons 0-3 3-5 3; Kelsi Wright 1-4 0-0 2; Alana George 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 32-66 12-18 77. BLUEFIELD STATE (1-5 (0-4)) Kelli Morgan 6-13 1-3 13; Keyoshia Wright 0-6 10-11 10; Amber Fitzgerald 3-9 1-3 7; Kelly Pawlowski 3-8 0-0 7; Kateishia Wright 3-7 0-0 6; Garcia Hanna 1-5 3-4 5; Charlene Diggs 1-7 0-0 3; LaWanna Gravely 0-5 0-0 0. Totals 17-6015-21 51. Fairmont State.......... 30 47 77 Bluefield State.......... 33 18 51 3-point goals--Fairmont State 1-16 (Tiffany Nicholson 1-5; Lauren Gilbert 0-1; Kaitlyn Antolock 0-1; Jen Rasko 0-2; Jess Parsons 0-2; Kelsi Wright 0-1; Kaitlin Snyder 0-4), Bluefield State 2-11 (Kelly Pawlowski 1-2; Charlene Diggs 1-3; Garcia Hanna 0-1; LaWanna Gravely 0-1; Kelli Morgan 0-4). Rebounds--Fairmont State 45 (Rachel Murray 12), Bluefield State 43 (Kateishia Wright 9). Assists--Fairmont State 17 (Tiffany Nicholson 5), Bluefield State 11 (Charlene Diggs 3; Keyoshia Wright 3). Att -- 200

FAIRMONT STATE (6-2, 4-2) Lauren Gilbert 6-10 8-9 21; Kaitlin Snyder 8-12 0-6 17; Rachel Murray 6-12 4-6 16; Tiffany Nicholson 6-12 0-0 12; Jess Parsons 2-2 0-0 5; Jen Rasko 1-3 0-0 3; Jaclyn Murray 0-0 2-2 2; Alana George 0-1 1-2 1; Kelsi Wright 0-3 0-1 0. Totals 29-55 15-26 77. ALDERSON-BROADDUS (0-8, 0-6) Amanda Peoples 6-9 8-8 22; Erica Brooks 6-7 0-0 17; Brittni Shriver 5-11 3-4 13; Cayla Rhodes 3-8 4-5 10; Ashley Prince 2-7 1-2 6; Zipporah Tidwell 2-8 0-1 4; Hailey Purcell 1-9 0-0 2; Emily Sarver 0-0 1-2 1; Kristin Hutson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 25-60 17-22 75. Fairmont State.......... 42 35 77 Alderson-Broaddus... 35 40 75 3-point goals--Fairmont State 4-13 (Jess Parsons 1-1; Kaitlin Snyder 1-1; Lauren Gilbert 1-3; Jen Rasko 1-2; Kelsi Wright 0-2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-4), Alderson-Broaddus 8-17 (Erica Brooks 5-6; Amanda Peoples 2-3; Ashley Prince 1-5; Hailey Purcell 0-2; Brittni Shriver 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 19 (Tiffany Nicholson 4), Alderson-Broaddus 52 (Amanda Peoples 13). Assists—Fairmont State 13 (Lauren Gilbert 5), AldersonBroaddus 16 (Hailey Purcell 3; Ashley Prince 3; Zipporah Tidwell 3; Amanda Peoples 3). Att-134

CLARION (1-6) Jones, Raven 7-10 0-0 15; Fickel, Emma 4-11 3-3 13; Healy, Courtney 4-10 2-3 11; Catalano, Joanna 5-7 0-0 10; Deibert, Ann 4-8 1-2 9; Clark, Mackenzie 2-3 0-0 5; Savulchuk, Lauren 2-9 0-0 4; Payne, Miranda 0-5 0-0 0. Totals 28-63 6-8 67. FAIRMONT STATE (7-2) Lauren Gilbert 7-7 4-4 23; Kaitlin Snyder 5-13 8-10 18; Rachel Murray 6-11 4-4 16; Tiffany Nicholson 3-11 0-0 6; Jen Rasko 2-9 0-0 5; Kelsi Wright 1-8 1-2 4; Alana George 2-3 0-1 4; Kaitlyn Antolock 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 26-63 19-23 78. Clarion..................... 24 43 67 Fairmont State.......... 32 46 78 3-point goals--Clarion 5-17 (Fickel, Emma 2-8; Jones, Raven 1-1; Clark, Mackenzie 1-2; Healy, Courtney 1-2; Payne, Miranda 0-2; Savulchuk, Lauren 0-2), Fairmont State 7-21 (Lauren Gilbert 5-5; Jen Rasko 1-5; Kelsi Wright 1-4; Tiffany Nicholson 0-4; Kaitlin Snyder 0-3). Rebounds--Clarion 36 (Savulchuk, Lauren 9), Fairmont State 40 (Rachel Murray 11). Assists--Clarion 14 (Jones, Raven 7), Fairmont State 10 (Kaitlin Snyder 7). Att-223

Game #1 – 11/16/10 Point Park vs Fairmont State at Fairmont, W.Va. (Joe Retton Arena) FAIRMONT STATE 59, POINT PARK 56

Game #2- 11/20/10 Indiana (Pa) vs Fairmont State at Fairmont, W.Va. (Joe Retton Arena) FAIRMONT STATE 76, INDIANA (PA) 63

Game #3- 11/23/10 Davis & Elkins vs Fairmont State at Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 67, DAVIS & ELKINS 65

POINT PARK (1-2) Henderson, Ashley 7-14 3-5 17; Peterkin, Joncelyn 4-9 2-3 10; Veseleny, Kristen 3-7 2-2 8; Austin, April 2-5 3-4 7; Boshkova, Anna-Maria 3-10 1-2 7; Swedish, Heather 1-9 0-0 3; Shaw, Anna 1-5 0-0 2; Beatty, Kristen 1-5 0-0 2; Bergman, Ashley 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 2264 11-16 56. FAIRMONT STATE (1-0) Rachel Murray 8-14 4-6 20; Kaitlin Snyder 7-15 3-4 19; Tiffany Nicholson 4-10 0-0 9; Brittany Lee 2-4 0-0 5; Jen Rasko 1-3 0-0 3; Kelsi Wright 1-6 0-0 2; Alana George 0-0 1-2 1; Kaitlyn Antolock 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-53 8-12 59. Point Park................ 26 30 56 Fairmont State.......... 25 34 59 3-point goals--Point Park: 1-18 (Swedish, Heather 1-9; Veseleny, Kristen 0-3; Austin, April 0-1; Beatty, Kristen 0-1; Henderson, Ashley 0-4), Fairmont State: 5-19 (Kaitlin Snyder 2-6; Jen Rasko 1-3; Tiffany Nicholson 1-3; Brittany Lee 1-2; Jess Parsons 0-1; Kelsi Wright 0-4). Rebounds--Point Park: 36 (Peterkin, Joncelyn 8), Fairmont State: 39 (Alana George 10; Rachel Murray 10). Assists—Point Park: 8 (Peterkin, Joncelyn 2; Austin, April 2), Fairmont State: 15 (Tiffany Nicholson 5). Att-376

INDIANA (PA) (0-2) Withers, Eryn 7-19 6-6 21; Dubyak, Amber 8-15 1-3 17; Pastorek, Sarah 7-15,1-2 15; Claar, Lacey 3-7 1-2 8; Gieringer, Chelsea 1-3 0-0 2; Tejada, Vianca 0-3 0-0 0; Johnson, Brianna 0-5 0-0 0; Vega, Alex 0-7 0-0 0; Ullman, Arika 0-2 0-0 0; MARSHALL, Katelyn 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 26-79 9-13 63. FAIRMONT STATE (2-0) Rachel Murray 9-10 5-8 23; Tiffany Nicholson 8-11 3-4 23; Kaitlin Snyder 1-7 14-18 16; Brittany Lee 2-6 1-2 6; Jess Parsons 2-4 0-0 5; Kelsi Wright 1-3 0-0 2; Alana George 0-2 1-2 1; Jen Rasko 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-43 24-34 76. Indiana (Pa)............. 22 41 63 Fairmont State.......... 34 42 76 3-point goals--Indiana (Pa) 2-14 (Withers, Eryn 1-4; Claar, Lacey 1-3; Pastorek, Sarah 0-1; Vega, Alex 0-2; Ullman, Arika 0-1; Dubyak, Amber 0-3), Fairmont State 6-15 (Tiffany Nicholson 4-5; Jess Parsons 1-2; Brittany Lee 1-3; Kelsi Wright 0-1; Kaitlin Snyder 0-4). Fouled out--Indiana (Pa)-Pastorek, Sarah; Claar, Lacey, Fairmont State-None. Rebounds--Indiana(Pa) 37 (Pastorek, Sarah 7), Fairmont State 46 (Rachel Murray 13). Assists--Indiana (Pa) 14 (Claar, Lacey 4), Fairmont State 16 (Kaitlin Snyder 9). Att-422

DAVIS & ELKINS (1-5) Page Turner 8-15 6-8 26; Shalisa Hill 8-19 4-7 20; Victoria Lyles 2-4 1-2 5; Julieanne Buckley 2-8 0-2 4; Jorden Lykes 1-8 2-4 4; Brittany Skyles 1-2 0-0 3; Ashley Magallanez 1-1 1-2 3; Amy Turner 0-5 0-0 0; Rachel Gostomski 0-20-0 0. Totals 23-64 14-25 65. FAIRMONT STATE (3-0) Kaitlin Snyder 6-17 2-2 17; Rachel Murray 7-15 2-5 16; Jen Rasko 5-6 0-0 15; Kelsi Wright 4-6 0-0 9; Jess Parsons 2-7 0-0 5; Alana George 1-4 1-1 3; Brittany Lee 0-1 2-2 2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-7 0-0 0. Totals 25-63 7-10 67. Davis & Elkins.......... 32 33 65 Fairmont State.......... 35 32 67 3-point goals--Davis & Elkins 5-18 (Page Turner 4-7; Brittany Skyles 1-2; Victoria Lyles 0-1; Julieanne Buckley 0-2; Jorden Lykes 0-1; Amy Turner 0-3; Rachel Gostomski 0-2), Fairmont State 10-25 (Jen Rasko 5-5; Kaitlin Snyder 3-8; Kelsi Wright 1-3; Jess Parsons 1-4; Tiffany Nicholson 0-5). Rebounds--Davis & Elkins 45 (Shalisa Hill 12), Fairmont State 45 (Rachel Murray 17). Assists--Davis &Elkins 12 (Page Turner 4; Shalisa Hill 4), Fairmont State 11 (Kaitlin Snyder 4). Att-426

Game #4 - 11/30/10 Fairmont State vs West Liberty At West Liberty, W.Va. -- ASRC WEST LIBERTY 113, FAIRMONT STATE 55

Game #5 - 12/02/10 Ohio Valley vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena OHIO VALLEY 64, FAIRMONT STATE 62

Game #6 - 12/04/10 Wheeling Jesuit vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 79, WHEELING JESUIT 66

Game #10 - 12/31/10 Edinboro vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena EDINBORO 87, FAIRMONT STATE 80

Game #11 – 1/8/11 Concord vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena CONCORD 82, FAIRMONT STATE 54

Game #12 -1/10/11 Fairmont State vs Wheeling Jesuit At Wheeling, W.Va. -- Alma Grace McDonough FAIRMONT STATE 62, WHEELING JESUIT 59

FAIRMONT STATE (3-1 (1-1)) Kaitlin Snyder 9-17 2-2 20; Lauren Gilbert 5-9 1-2 11; Rachel Murray 2-6 3-3 7; Tiffany Nicholson 1-2 2-2 4; Jess Parsons 1-7 2-2 4; Kaitlyn Antolock 1-4 0-0 3; Kelsi Wright 1-7 0-0 2; Alana George 1-2 0-0 2; Jaclyn Murray 0-2 2-4 2; Maria Femia 0-2 0-0 0; Jen Rasko 0-6 0-0 0; Brittany Lee 0-3 0-0 0; Theresa Zapach 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-67 12-15 55. WEST LIBERTY (5-1 (2-0)) Tori Hansen 11-15 0-1 22; Laura Malernee 7-9 0-0 19; Jenni Robbins 6-8 0-0 15; Jordan Stacey 5-9 0-0 14; Meghan Wiseman 5-7 1-1 11; Mattison Chilton 3-7 1-2 7; Kayla Ayers 3-6 0-0 7; Shanae Ash 2-6 0-0 6; Jenn Cessna 1-1 1-2 4; Emily Blevins 2-4 0-0 4; Natalie Burchfield 2-2 0-0 4; Rachel Bray 0-2 0-0 0; Erica Hershberger 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 47-76 3-6 113. Fairmont State.......... 28 27 55 West Liberty............. 47 66 113 3-point goals--Fairmont State 1-14 (Kaitlyn Antolock 1-3; Jess Parsons 0-2; Kelsi Wright 0-1; Maria Femia 0-2; Jen Rasko 0-2; Kaitlin Snyder 0-4), West Liberty 16-26 (Laura Malernee 5-7; Jordan Stacey 4-5; Jenni Robbins 3-5; Shanae Ash 2-5; Kayla Ayers 1-2; Jenn Cessna 1-1; Emily Blevins 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 25 (Rachel Murray 5), West Liberty 51 (Tori Hansen 12). Assists--Fairmont State 3 (Jaclyn Murray 1; Kaitlin Snyder 1; Tiffany Nicholson 1), West Liberty 37 (Jenni Robbins 9). Att-165

OHIO VALLEY (4-2 (2-2)) Alana Auld 9-18 0-0 23; Kendra Benedict 7-18 0-0 14; Shelby Way 5-9 0-1 10; Amber Avery 3-11 1-2 7; Tara Benedict 3-5 0-0 6; Kayla Parsley 1-1 0-0 2; Denae Beavers 1-4 0-0 2; Danielle Sams 0-1 0-0 0; Rayshell Pittman 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-67 1-3 64. FAIRMONT STATE (3-2 (1-2)) Tiffany Nicholson 5-8 3-4 15; Lauren Gilbert 3-11 6-6 15; Jen Rasko 4-6 0-0 11; Kaitlin Snyder 3-15 0-0 6; Kelsi Wright 2-7 0-0 5; Rachel Murray 2-11 1-2 5; Jess Parsons 1-3 0-0 3; Alana George 1-1 0-0 2; Jaclyn Murray 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-63 10-12 62. Ohio Valley............... 37 27 64 Fairmont State.......... 32 30 62 3-point goals--Ohio Valley 5-14 (Alana Auld 5-8; Kendra Benedict 0-1; Shelby Way 0-1; Denae Beavers 0-3; Danielle Sams 0-1), Fairmont State 10-24 (Lauren Gilbert 3-7; Jen Rasko 3-4; Tiffany Nicholson 2-3; Kelsi Wright 1-3; Jess Parsons 1-2; Kaitlin Snyder 0-5). Rebounds--Ohio Valley 43 (Kendra Benedict 10), Fairmont State 40 (Rachel Murray 17). Assists--Ohio Valley 11 (Rayshell Pittman 3; Kendra Benedict 3), Fairmont State 14 (Lauren Gilbert 4; Kaitlin Snyder 4). Att-417

WHEELING JESUIT (2-5, 1-2) Bridget Buskirk 8-17 5-5 21; Megan Stuvek 7-18 1-1 15; Chrissy Pavik 5-16\ 0-0 11; Alyssa Headley 3-7 3-5 9; Cassy Sanderson 2-4 0-0 6; Kourtney Booth 2-8 0-0 4; Alex Anderson 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 27-74 9-11 66. FAIRMONT STATE (4-2, 2-2) Rachel Murray 5-10 9-10 19; Tiffany Nicholson 7-13 0-0 17; Jen Rasko 4-10 0-0 12; Kaitlin Snyder 3-7 5-6 12; Kelsi Wright 4-6 0-1 10; Lauren Gilbert 4-9 0-0 9; Maria Femia 0-0 0-0 0; Kaitlyn Antolock 0-0 0-0 0; Jaclyn Murray 0-0 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-55 14-17 79. Wheeling Jesuit........ 23 43 66 Fairmont State.......... 33 46 79 3-point goals--Wheeling Jesuit 3-14 (Cassy Sanderson 2-2; Chrissy Pavik 1-7; Kourtney Booth 0-2; Bridget Buskirk 0-3), Fairmont State 11-29 (Jen Rasko 4-10; Tiffany Nicholson 3-8; Kelsi Wright 2-4; Kaitlin Snyder 1-3; LaurenGilbert 1-4). Rebounds--Wheeling Jesuit 41 (Megan Stuvek 14), Fairmont State 38 (Rachel Murray 19). Assists--Wheeling Jesuit 12 (Kourtney Booth 4), Fairmont State 16 (Kaitlin Snyder 7). Att-393

EDINBORO (6-1) BROWN, Renee’ 7-11 4-4 20; Jackson, Darche’ 6-15 0-1 14; Brown, Kiara 6-15 2-2 14; Blazetic, Samantha 4-8 4-4 12; Cerchiaro, Micki 4-7 4-4 12; Lindsay, Laurel 2-4 2-3 7; Metz, Raven 2-5 1-2 5; Mancini, Hope 1-2 0-0 3; Morel, Shawayna 0-0 0-0 0; Connolly, Kerry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 3267 17-20 87. FAIRMONT STATE (7-3) Lauren Gilbert 7-12 2-2 19; Rachel Murray 6-9 6-7 18; Kaitlin Snyder 7-16 2-2 18; Kelsi Wright 3-6 3-4 10; Tiffany Nicholson 3-5 3-6 9; Jen Rasko 2-5 0-0 6; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-53 16-21 80. Edinboro.................. 40 47 87 Fairmont State.......... 39 41 80 3-point goals--Edinboro 6-13 (JACKSON, Darche’ 2-4; BROWN, Renee’ 2-2; LINDSAY, Laurel 1-2; MANCINI, Hope 1-2; BROWN, Kiara 0-3), Fairmont State 8-17 (Lauren Gilbert 3-6; Jen Rasko 2-4; Kaitlin Snyder 2-5; Kelsi Wright 1-2). Rebounds--Edinboro 39 (JACKSON, Darche’ 10), Fairmont State 27(Rachel Murray 8). Assists--Edinboro 13 (LINDSAY, Laurel 4), Fairmont State16 (Kaitlin Snyder 5). Att-247

CONCORD (6-5, 3-4 WVIAC) Camisha Alexander 9-13 7-7 29; Sidney Lindsey 5-13 4-6 15; Jolysa Brown 3-5 3-4 9; Kristin Kidd 4-8 0-0 8; Sammi Webster 3-5 1-2 7; Andrea Bertrand 2-2 2-2 6; Sarah Blevins 1-5 1-2 3; Katy Somerville 1-1 0-0 3; Ashley Brown 1-2 0-0 2; Holly Bibb 0-3 0-0 0; Brittany Braun 0-0 0-0 0; Annamarie Truckley 0-0 0-0 0; Amanda Smith 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 29-59 18-23 82. FAIRMONT STATE (7-4, 4-3 WVIAC) Rachel Murray 4-8 3-4 11; Kaitlin Snyder 3-11 3-6 11; Tiffany Nicholson 3-7 0-0 6; Lauren Gilbert 1-8 2-2 5; Alana George 2-3 1-2 5; Jess Parsons 1-3 2-2 5; Jen Rasko 2-8 0-0 4; Kaitlyn Antolock 2-5 0-0 4; Kelsi Wright 1-3 0-0 3; Jaclyn Murray 0-0 0-0 0; Maria Femia 0-0 0-0 0; Theresa Zapach 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 19-56 11-16 54. Concord................... 42 40 82 Fairmont State.......... 34 20 54 3-point goals--Concord 6-17 (Camisha Alexander 4-6; Sidney Lindsey 1-6; Katy Somerville 1-1; Ashley Brown 0-1; Holly Bibb 0-2; Kristin Kidd 0-1), Fairmont State 5-26 (Kaitlin Snyder 2-7; Kelsi Wright 1-3; Lauren Gilbert 1-4; Jess Parsons 1-3; Kaitlyn Antolock 0-2; Jen Rasko 0-3; Tiffany Nicholson 0-4). Rebounds--Concord 42 (Camisha Alexander 8), Fairmont State 30 (Alana George 6). Assists--Concord 14 (Sarah Blevins 5), Fairmont State 11 (Kaitlin Snyder 4; Kelsi Wright 4). Att-317

FAIRMONT STATE (8-3, 5-3 WVIAC) Kaitlin Snyder 10-22 0-1 24; Rachel Murray 6-11 0-2 12; Lauren Gilbert 5-11 0-2 11; Tiffany Nicholson 2-11 0-1 5; Jen Rasko 1-5 1-2 4; Kelsi Wright 1-4 0-0 2; Jaclyn Murray 1-1 0-0 2; Alana George 0-0 2-2 2; Jess Parsons 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 26-67 3-10 62. WHEELING JESUIT (4-8, 3-5 WVIAC) Lauren Myers 5-10 11-11 21; Chrissy Pavik 4-11 1-1 11; Kourtney Booth 2-10 3-4 8; Alex Anderson 2-6 1-2 5; Alyssa Headley 2-5 0-0 4; Bridget Buskirk 1-6 1-4 4; Kelsey Deming 1-3 0-0 3; Cassy Sanderson 2-6 0-0 3; Megan Stuvek 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 19-59 17-22 59. Fairmont State.......... 28 34 62 Wheeling Jesuit........ 27 32 59 3-point goals--Fairmont State 7-17 (Kaitlin Snyder 4-8; Tiffany Nicholson1-2; Lauren Gilbert 1-4; Jen Rasko 1-2; Kelsi Wright 0-1), Wheeling Jesuit 4-20 (Chrissy Pavik 2-6; Kelsey Deming 1-2; Bridget Buskirk 1-4; Kourtney Booth 1-6; Lauren Myers 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 37 (Kaitlin Snyder 7), Wheeling Jesuit 49 (Lauren Myers 11). Assists--Fairmont State 10 (Kaitlin Snyder 6), Wheeling Jesuit 13 (Bridget Buskirk 3). Att-200

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Game #13 -1/13/11 West Liberty vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 76, WEST LIBERTY 60

Game #14 -1/15/11 Fairmont State vs Glenville State At Glenville, W.Va. -- Jesse R. Lilly Gym GLENVILLE STATE 106, FAIRMONT STATE 75

Game #15 -1/19/11 Fairmont State vs Shepherd At Shepherdstown, W.Va. -- Butcher Center FAIRMONT STATE 74, SHEPHERD 51

Game #19 -1/29/11 Bluefield State vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 72, BLUEFIELD STATE 55

Game #20 -2/2/11 Fairmont State vs Pitt-Johnstown At Johnstown, Pa. -- Sports Center PITT-JOHNSTOWN 77, FAIRMONT STATE 66

Game #21 -2/7/11 Fairmont State vs WV State At Institute, W.Va. -- Fleming Hall WV STATE 80, FAIRMONT STATE 78

WEST LIBERTY (11-2, 6-1 WVIAC) Tori Hansen 11-19 1-1 23; Jenni Robbins 6-19 0-0 14; Laura Malernee 3-13 0-0 9; Kayla Ayers 2-7 0-0 6; Meghan Wiseman 1-6 1-2 3; Jenn Cessna 1-3 0-0 2; Jordan Stacey 1-3 0-0 2; Emily Blevins 0-3 1-2 1; Mattison Chilton 0-0 0-0 0; Erica Hershberger 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-73 3-5 60. FAIRMONT STATE (9-4, 6-3) Kaitlin Snyder 10-19 3-4 26; Rachel Murray 10-18 2-4 22; Lauren Gilbert 7-18 4-6 19; Tiffany Nicholson 3-6 0-0 8; Kelsi Wright 0-1 1-2 1; Jen Rasko 0-0 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Jaclyn Murray 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-63 10-16 76. West Liberty............. 28 32 60 Fairmont State.......... 37 39 76 3-point goals--West Liberty 7-28 (Laura Malernee 3-13; Jenni Robbins 2-8; Kayla Ayers 2-4; Jordan Stacey 0-1; Jenn Cessna 0-1; Tori Hansen 0-1), Fairmont State 6-12 (Kaitlin Snyder 3-4; Tiffany Nicholson 2-4; Lauren Gilbert 1-2; Jess Parsons 0-1; Kelsi Wright 0-1). Rebounds--West Liberty 49 (Tori Hansen 17), Fairmont State 38 (Rachel Murray 17). Assists--West Liberty 10 (Jenni Robbins 5), Fairmont State 9 (Lauren Gilbert 5). Att-719

FAIRMONT STATE (9-5 (6-4)) Kaitlin Snyder 9-23 5-5 25; Rachel Murray 10-17 2-5 22; Lauren Gilbert 7-14 1-3 16; Tiffany Nicholson 2-9 1-2 5; Kelsi Wright 1-1 0-0 3; Jen Rasko 1-3 0-0 2; Jess Parsons 1-4 0-0 2; Kaitlyn Antolock 0-1 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-72 9-15 75. GLENVILLE STATE (10-5(8-2)) Woodmore,Danielle 10-17 1-3 21; Davis,Autumn 4-9 0-0 12; Wilson,Tenisha 6-12 0-0 12; Hambrick,LaToya 5-11 1-3 11; Reed,Miranda 5-8 0-0 10; Goodson,Kenyell 3-5 2-2 10; Miles,Mishae 4-6 0-2 8; Golden,Kristen 3-4 0-0 7; Deren,Beth 2-10 0-0 5; Huffman,Tiffany 2-3 0-0 4; Stephens,Kim 1-4 0-0 3; Butcher,Catherine 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 46-91 4-10 106. Fairmont State.......... 43 32 75 Glenville State.......... 56 50 106 3-point goals--Fairmont State 4-17 (Kaitlin Snyder 2-7; Kelsi Wright 1-1; Lauren Gilbert 1-2; Jen Rasko 0-1; Jess Parsons 0-2; Tiffany Nicholson 0-4), Glenville State 10-31 (Davis,Autumn 4-8; Goodson,Kenyell 2-2; Golden,Kristen 1-1; Deren,Beth 1-8; Stephens,Kim 1-4; Butcher,Catherine 1-2; Huffman,Tiffany 0-1; Reed,Miranda 0-2; WILSON,Tenisha 0-2; Woodmore,Danielle 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 45 (Rachel Murray 15), Glenville State 50 (Hambrick,LaToya 8). Assists--Fairmont State 16 (Kaitlin Snyder 5; Tiffany Nicholson 5), Glenville State 21 (Woodmore,Danielle 8). Att-300

FAIRMONT STATE (11-5, 7-3 WVIAC) Kaitlin Snyder 7-23 7-7 22; Lauren Gilbert 5-10 5-6 16; Tiffany Nicholson 4-5 6-8 15; Kelsi Wright 3-5 1-2 9; Rachel Murray 2-5 3-4 7; Jen Rasko 1-2 0-0 3; Jess Parsons 1-1 0-0 2; Maria Femia 0-0 0-0 0; Alana George 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-52 22-27 74. SHEPHERD (10-6, 8-4 WVIAC) Carrie Saunders 4-8 6-6 16; Jimyse Brown 3-7 4-6 10; Jerica Hewett 0-4 7-8 7; Shelby Fayak 2-9 2-2 6; Mackenzie Logan 3-6 0-0 6; Emily Daniel 1-6 0-0 2; Morgan Johnson 1-3 0-0 2; Alex Tamez 1-2 0-0 2; Katie Biggs 0-5 0-0 0; Hannah Safren 0-6 0-0 0; Jenn Prine 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 15-59 19-22 51. Fairmont State.......... 29 45 74 Shepherd................. 24 27 51 3-point goals--Fairmont State 6-12 (Kelsi Wright 2-2; Jen Rasko 1-1; Lauren Gilbert 1-3; Kaitlin Snyder 1-5; Tiffany Nicholson 1-1), Shepherd 2-11 (Carrie Saunders 2-3; Jerica Hewett 0-1; Emily Daniel 0-1; Katie Biggs 0-2; Hannah Safren 0-3; Jenn Prine 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 39 (Rachel Murray 14), Shepherd 38 (Katie Biggs 7). Assists--Fairmont State 9 (Kaitlin Snyder 5), Shepherd 9 (Hannah Safren 4). Att-520

BLUEFIELD STATE (1-18, 0-15 WVIAC) Kateishia Wright 9-19 4-8 22; Kelli Morgan 6-14 7-10 21; Charlene Diggs 2-8 2-2 7; Amber Fitzgerald 1-8 1-2 3; Kelly Pawlowski 1-8 0-0 2; Keyoshia Wright 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 19-58 14-22 55. FAIRMONT STATE (13-6, 10-5) Tiffany Nicholson 11-14 3-5 29; Kaitlin Snyder 6-19 1-1 14; Rachel Murray 6-11 0-0 12; Jen Rasko 2-2 0-0 5; Jess Parsons 1-3 2-4 4; Lauren Gilbert 1-8 2-2 4; Kaitlyn Antolock 1-3 0-0 2; Kelsi Wright 1-3 0-0 2; Jaclyn Murray 0-3 0-0 0; Maria Femia 0-2 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Theresa Zapach 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-68 8-12 72. Bluefield State.......... 26 29 55 Fairmont State.......... 35 37 72 3-point goals--Bluefield State 3-11 (Kelli Morgan 2-3; Charlene Diggs 1-4; Kelly Pawlowski 0-3; Keyoshia Wright 0-1), Fairmont State 6-16 (Tiffany Nicholson 4-6; Kaitlin Snyder 1-5; Jen Rasko 1-1; Lauren Gilbert 0-2; Kelsi Wright 0-2). Rebounds--Bluefield State 47 (Kateishia Wright 12), Fairmont State 33 (Rachel Murray 6; Kaitlin Snyder 6). Assists--Bluefield State 8 (Kelly Pawlowski 3), Fairmont State 14 (Kaitlin Snyder 8). Att-238

FAIRMONT STATE (13-7, 10-6 WVIAC) Lauren Gilbert 8-11 6-7 22; Kaitlin Snyder 7-21 2-2 17; Rachel Murray 6-16 4-7 16; Tiffany Nicholson 3-8 1-2 8; Kelsi Wright 1-2 0-0 3; Jen Rasko 0-3 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-61 13-18 66. PITT-JOHNSTOWN (10-8,8-6 WVIAC) Sheena Aden 11-16 2-2 24; Andrea Dalton 8-18 4-6 22; Kelly Goode 6-12 0-0 12; Grace Hyland 3-5 0-0 9; Sara Trimarco 2-6 0-0 4; Maria Montini 0-2 2-2 2; Kayla Loughner 1-5 0-0 2; Rachel Johnson 1-4 0-0 2; Inaya Stephenson 0-1 0-0 0; Stacy Goode 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 32-71 8-10 77. Fairmont State.......... 30 36 66 Pitt-Johnstown......... 38 39 77 3-point goals--Fairmont State 3-12 (Kelsi Wright 1-2; Kaitlin Snyder 1-4; Tiffany Nicholson 1-3; Jen Rasko 0-2; Lauren Gilbert 0-1), Pitt-Johnstown 5-22 (Grace Hyland 3-4; Andrea Dalton 2-6; Sara Trimarco 0-2; Kayla Loughner 0-3; Rachel Johnson 0-1; Stacy Goode 0-2; Kelly Goode 0-4). Rebounds--Fairmont State 41 (Rachel Murray 15), PittJohnstown 40 (Andrea Dalton 13). Assists—Fairmont State 7 (Tiffany Nicholson 2; Kaitlin Snyder 2; Rachel Murray 2), Pitt-Johnstown 21 (Stacy Goode 6; Sara Trimarco 6). Att-160

FAIRMONT STATE (13-8, 10-7) Lauren Gilbert 10-19 5-9 26; Kaitlin Snyder 7-20 3-3 19; Tiffany Nicholson 5-10 4-4 17; Rachel Murray 5-10 0-2 10; Jen Rasko 2-5 0-0 6; Jess Parsons 0-0 0-0 0; Kelsi Wright 0-0 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-64 12-18 78. WV STATE (8-14, 6-10) Melissa Ford 10-15 2-3 22; Chelsey Davis 6-15 3-4 15; Avery Hale 7-10 0-1 15; Asia Greenleaf 4-8 0-0 8; Sharena Atkinson 3-4 2-2 8; Janelle Williams 2-5 0-0 4; Cierra Jones 2-2 0-0 4; Jordan Brock 0-4 2-2 2; Kashauna Cook 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 35-64 9-12 80. Fairmont State.......... 37 41 78 WV State................. 41 39 80 3-point goals--Fairmont State 8-15 (Tiffany Nicholson 3-5; Kaitlin Snyder 2-3; Jen Rasko 2-5; Lauren Gilbert 1-2), WV State 1-4 (Avery Hale 1-2; Jordan Brock 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 27 (Rachel Murray 15), WV State 43 (Asia Greenleaf 10). Assists--Fairmont State 9 (Lauren Gilbert 5), WV State 22 (Avery Hale 7). Att-311

Game #16 -1/22/11 Alderson-Broaddus vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 67, ALDERSON-BROADDUS 32

Game #17 -1/24/11 WV Wesleyan vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena WV WESLEYAN 59, FAIRMONT STATE 53

Game #18 -1/27/11 Glenville State vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 99, GLENVILLE STATE 85

Game #22 -210/11 Seton Hill vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena SETON HILL 67, FAIRMONT STATE 56

Game #23 -2/14/11 Fairmont State vs Davis & Elkins At Elkins, W.Va. -- McDonnell Center FAIRMONT STATE 71, DAVIS & ELKINS 70

Game #24 -2/17/11 Charleston vs Fairmont State At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena CHARLESTON 68, FAIRMONT STATE 64

ALDERSON-BROADDUS (1-14 (1-11)) Amanda Peoples 3-6 0-0 6; Zipporah Tidwell 1-7 4-4 6; Ashley Prince 2-6 0-0 5; Cayla Rhodes 2-9 0-0 4; Erica Brooks 1-4 0-0 3; Kristin Hutson 1-1 0-0 2; Brittni Shriver 1-4 0-1 2; Mackenzie Martin 0-3 2-2 2; Hailey Purcell 1-6 0-0 2; Forrest Deluca 0-0 0-0 0; Nasia Olinger 0-1 0-0 0; Jessica Moore 0-0 0-0 0; Emily Sarver 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 12-48 6-7 32. FAIRMONT STATE (11-5 (8-4)) Lauren Gilbert 8-13 5-6 21; Kaitlin Snyder 5-11 2-2 17; Tiffany Nicholson 4-6 2-2 12; Jen Rasko 2-4 0-0 6; Alana George 1-1 3-4 5; Rachel Murray 1-5 2-2 4; Jess Parsons 1-3 0-0 2; Jaclyn Murray 0-1 0-0 0; Kaitlyn Antolock 0-2 0-0 0; Maria Femia 0-0 0-0 0; Kelsi Wright 0-1 0-0 0; Theresa Zapach 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-47 14-16 67. Alderson-Broaddus... 14 18 32 Fairmont State.......... 32 35 67 3-point goals--Alderson-Broaddus 2-13 (Ashley Prince 1-3; Erica Brooks 1-2; Mackenzie Martin 0-3; Hailey Purcell 0-2; Nasia Olinger 0-1; Zipporah Tidwell 0-1; Amanda Peoples 0-1), Fairmont State 9-20 (Kaitlin Snyder 5-8; Tiffany Nicholson 2-4; Jen Rasko 2-4; Jess Parsons 0-1; Kelsi Wright 0-1; Lauren Gilbert 0-2). Rebounds--Alderson-Broaddus 27 (Amanda Peoples 6), Fairmont State 35 (Kaitlin Snyder 9). Assists--Alderson-Broaddus 2 (Erica Brooks 1; Hailey Purcell 1), Fairmont State 10 (Kaitlin Snyder 6). Att-633

WV WESLEYAN (10-3 (8-2)) Lydia Bridenbaugh 8-15 9-14 25; Brianna Welch 4-7 3-3 11; Jamie Kaufman 5-9 0-0 10; Daria Abros’kina 3-11 4-4 10; Danae Hill 1-8 0-0 3; Teresa Tokodi 0-1 0-0 0; Amy Daniels 0-1 0-0 0; Valerie Jasper 0-0 0-0 0; Alex Hertenstein 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-53 16-21 59. FAIRMONT STATE (11-6 (8-5)) Kaitlin Snyder 6-17 3-3 20; Tiffany Nicholson 6-14 3-3 16; Lauren Gilbert 3-15 3-4 9; Jen Rasko 2-7 1-1 6; Rachel Murray 1-7 0-0 2; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Maria Femia 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-0 0-0 0; Kelsi Wright 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 18-62 10-11 53. WV Wesleyan........... 21 38 59 Fairmont State.......... 27 26 53 3-point goals--WV Wesleyan 1-8 (Danae Hill 1-2; Brianna Welch 0-1; Daria Abros’kina 0-3; Alex Hertenstein 0-1; Lydia Bridenbaugh 0-1), Fairmont State 7-22 (Kaitlin Snyder 5-10; Tiffany Nicholson 1-3; Jen Rasko 1-4; Kelsi Wright 0-1; Lauren Gilbert 0-4). Rebounds--WV Wesleyan 50 (Jamie Kaufman 12; Lydia Bridenbaugh 12), Fairmont State 28 (Rachel Murray 13). Assists--WV Wesleyan 8 (Danae Hill 3), Fairmont State 11 (Kaitlin Snyder 4). Att-432

GLENVILLE STATE (12-6 (10-3)) Woodmore,Danielle 8-19 7-9 23; Wilson,Tenisha 9-16 2-5 20; Stephens,Kim 3-8 1-2 10; Hambrick,LaToya 4-7 0-1 8; Deren,Beth 2-5 3-3 8; Golden,Kristen 3-6 1-1 7; Huffman,Tiffany 1-1 2-2 5; Miles,Mishae 1-4 0-0 2; Goodson,Kenyell 0-2 2-2 2; Butcher,Catherine 0-2 0-0 0; Reed,Miranda 0-6 0-0 0. Totals 31-76 18-25 85. FAIRMONT STATE (12-6 (9-5)) Tiffany Nicholson 11-14 0-1 24; Kaitlin Snyder 7-13 2-2 19; Lauren Gilbert 4-7 9-12 18; Rachel Murray 7-11 2-3 16; Jen Rasko 5-7 0-0 13; Kelsi Wright 2-6 2-2 7; Jess Parsons 1-4 0-0 2; Alana George 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 37-621522 99. Glenville State.......... 38 47 85 Fairmont State.......... 43 56 99 3-point goals--Glenville State 5-23 (Stephens,Kim 3-7; Deren,Beth 1-4;Huffman,Tiffany 1-1; Golden,Kristen 0-1; Butcher,Catherine 0-2; Reed,Miranda 0-3; Wilson,Tenisha 0-3; Woodmore,Danielle 0-2), Fairmont State 10-16 (Jen Rasko 3-4; Kaitlin Snyder 3-6; Tiffany Nicholson 2-2; Kelsi Wright 1-1; Lauren Gilbert 1-1; Jess Parsons 0-2). Rebounds--Glenville State 36 (WILSON,Tenisha 7; Goodson,Kenyell 7), Fairmont State 44 (Rachel Murray 20). Assists—Glenville State 10 (Woodmore,Danielle 4), Fairmont State 19 (Lauren Gilbert 6). Att-358

SETON HILL (15-6, 11-6) Jordan Burkes 4-8 8-9 16; Lindsy Muchnock 5-11 2-2 13; Paige Alviani 4-9 2-210; Jill Emberg 3-7 2-3 8; Tiara Stossel 3-5 0-0 8; Ryenn Micaletti 1-5 3-6 5; Joya Whittington 1-3 2-2 4; Clare Berenato 1-1 0-0 3; Anne Marie Olesky 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 22-51 19-24 67. FAIRMONT STATE (13-9, 10-8) Kaitlin Snyder 8-17 7-9 27; Tiffany Nicholson 4-8 1-2 11; Jen Rasko 3-7 0-0 8; Rachel Murray 2-4 0-0 4; Lauren Gilbert 1-8 1-3 3; Alana George 1-1 1-5 3; Jess Parsons 0-0 0-0 0; Kelsi Wright 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 19-48 10-19 56. Seton Hill................. 30 37 67 Fairmont State.......... 24 32 56 3-point goals--Seton Hill 4-14 (Tiara Stossel 2-2; Lindsy Muchnock 1-2; Clare Berenato 1-1; Ryenn Micaletti 0-1; Joya Whittington 0-2; Anne Marie Olesky 0-1; Paige Alviani 0-3; Jordan Burkes 0-2), Fairmont State 8-27 (Kaitlin Snyder 4-9; Jen Rasko 2-5; Tiffany Nicholson 2-6; Kelsi Wright 0-2; Lauren Gilbert 0-5). Rebounds--Seton Hill 39 (Joya Whittington 10), Fairmont State 25 (Rachel Murray 7). Assists--Seton Hill 14 (Jordan Burkes 3; Joya Whittington 3), Fairmont State 10 (Lauren Gilbert 3; Kaitlin Snyder 3). Att -150

FAIRMONT STATE (5-19 (3-15)) Kaitlin Snyder 13-27 4-4 37; Rachel Murray 4-9 4-5 12; Tiffany Nicholson 4-10 0-0 11; Lauren Gilbert 1-6 4-6 6; Jess Parsons 2-2 0-0 5; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Jen Rasko 0-4 0-0 0; Kelsi Wright 0-1 0-2 0; Jaclyn Murray 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 24-61 12-17 71. DAVIS & ELKINS (14-9 (10-8)) Shalisa Hill 10-19 2-2 22; Jorden Lykes 5-14 7-8 17; Rachel Gostomski 5-11 0-0 12; Amy Turner 2-2 2-2 8; Julieanne Buckley 2-5 1-4 5; Kiara Stevenson 1-1 0-0 3; Leah Fletcher 1-2 0-0 3; Elly Schumacher 0-0 0-0 0; Alicia Lentz 0-0 0-0 0; Ashley Magallanez 0-2 0-0 0; Page Turner 0-5 0-0 0. Totals 26-61 12-16 70. Fairmont State.......... 30 36 5 71 Davis & Elkins.......... 29 37 4 70 3-point goals--Fairmont State 11-32 (Kaitlin Snyder 7-16; Tiffany Nicholson 3-8; Jess Parsons 1-1; Jen Rasko 0-4; Lauren Gilbert 0-3), Davis & Elkins 6-17 (Rachel Gostomski 2-6; Amy Turner 2-2; Leah Fletcher 1-1; Kiara Stevenson 1-1; Page Turner 0-4; Shalisa Hill 0-3). Rebounds--Fairmont State 36 (Rachel Murray 16), Davis & Elkins 41 (Jorden Lykes 13). Assists--Fairmont State 18 (Lauren Gilbert 14), Davis & Elkins 23 (Page Turner 6; Shalisa Hill 6). Att-100

CHARLESTON (20-5 (16-3)) Lindsey Kentner 5-12 4-4 16; Tiana Beatty 5-13 5-6 15; Tarena Dixon 6-12 3-4 15; Erika Rousculp 2-5 3-3 7; Tianni Kelly 2-5 0-0 4; Ali Tobias 2-7 0-0 4; Moneka Slaughter 2-5 0-0 4; Tiffany Scott 1-1 0-0 3; Lauren Davis 0-1 0-0 0; Chrissy Keir 0-1 0-0 0; Marilene Lapierre 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-62 15-17 68. FAIRMONT STATE (14-10 (11-9)) Kaitlin Snyder 5-16 3-4 17; Lauren Gilbert 6-12 2-2 16; Rachel Murray 7-10 1-2 15; Tiffany Nicholson 3-6 2-2 10; Kelsi Wright 1-3 0-0 3; Jess Parsons 1-1 0-0 3; Jaclyn Murray 0-1 0-0 0; Alana George 0-1 0-0 0; Jen Rasko 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-50 8-10 64. Charleston............... 30 38 68 Fairmont State.......... 29 35 64 3-point goals--Charleston 3-10 (Lindsey Kentner 2-4; Tiffany Scott 1-1; Ali Tobias 0-3; Chrissy Keir 0-1; Tiana Beatty 0-1), Fairmont State 10-24 (Kaitlin Snyder 4-9; Tiffany Nicholson 2-5; Lauren Gilbert 2-7; Jess Parsons 1-1; Kelsi Wright 1-2). Rebounds--Charleston 33 (Tarena Dixon 9), Fairmont State 32 (Rachel Murray 15). Assists--Charleston 10 (Tiana Beatty 3), Fairmont State 12 (Lauren Gilbert 5). Att-422

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Game #25 -2/19/11 Fairmont State vs Concord At Athens, W.Va. -- Carter Center CONCORD 74, FAIRMONT STATE 64

Game #26 -2/26/11 Fairmont State vs WV Wesleyan At Buckhannon, W.Va. -- Rockefeller Arena FAIRMONT STATE 75, WV WESLEYAN 71

Game #27 -2/28/11 Fairmont State vs Shepherd At Shepherdstown, W.Va. -- Butcher Center SHEPHERD 59, FAIRMONT STATE 50

FAIRMONT STATE (14-11, 11-10) Lauren Gilbert 9-19 5-7 27; Tiffany Nicholson 5-7 0-0 12; Kaitlin Snyder 4-24 2-2 11; Rachel Murray 2-9 1-2 5; Jaclyn Murray 2-6 0-0 4; Kelsi Wright 1-2 0-0 3; Jen Rasko 1-3 0-0 2; Theresa Zapach 0-0 0-0 0; Alana George 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 24-73 8-11 64. CONCORD (14-10, 11-9) Amanda Smith 9-13 4-6 22; Kristin Kidd 7-12 2-2 17; Jolysa Brown 4-13 7-11 15; Sidney Lindsey 3-5 0-0 7; Sarah Blevins 2-5 2-2 6; Camisha Alexander 1-5 3-4 5; Andrea Bertrand 1-3 0-0 2; Holly Bibb 0-0 0-0 0; Annamarie Truckley 0-0 0-0 0; Katy Somerville 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-56 18-25 74. Fairmont State.......... 24 40 64 Concord................... 36 38 74 3-point goals--Fairmont State 8-27 (Lauren Gilbert 4-7; Tiffany Nicholson2-2; Kelsi Wright 1-1; Kaitlin Snyder 1-14; Jess Parsons 0-1; Jen Rasko 0-2), Concord 2-8 (Sidney Lindsey 1-3; Kristin Kidd 1-2; Sarah Blevins 0-1; Camisha Alexander 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 35 (Rachel Murray 8), Concord 47 (Jolysa Brown 12). Assists--Fairmont State 10 (Kaitlin Snyder 5), Concord 16 (Jolysa Brown 6; Sarah Blevins 6). Att-200

FAIRMONT STATE (15-11, 12-10) Kaitlin Snyder 14-22 9-11 38; Lauren Gilbert 5-17 3-4 15; Rachel Murray 5-9 0-3 10; Jen Rasko 3-7 0-0 7; Tiffany Nicholson 1-4 2-2 5; Alana George 0-1 0-0 0; Jaclyn Murray 0-0 0-0 0; Jess Parsons 0-0 0-0 0; Kelsi Wright 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-60 14-20 75. WV WESLEYAN (17-9, 14-8) Lydia Bridenbaugh 7-17 6-6 22; Brianna Welch 8-13 0-1 16; Daria Abros’kina 5-8 5-5 16; Jamie Kaufman 2-4 2-2 6; Jasmine Brown 2-5 0-0 5; Teresa Tokodi 2-4 0-0 4; Danae Hill 1-6 0-0 2; Amy Daniels 0-1 0-0 0; Alex Hertenstein 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-59 13-14 71. Fairmont State.......... 26 49 75 WV Wesleyan........... 34 37 71 3-point goals--Fairmont State 5-18 (Lauren Gilbert 2-7; Jen Rasko 1-3; Kaitlin Snyder 1-5; Tiffany Nicholson 1-3), WV Wesleyan 4-11 (Lydia Bridenbaugh 2-4; Jasmine Brown 1-2; Daria Abros’kina 1-2; Danae Hill 0-1; Amy Daniels 0-1; Brianna Welch 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State 31 (Rachel Murray 14), WV Wesleyan 38 (Lydia Bridenbaugh 13). Assists--Fairmont State 9 (Kaitlin Snyder 6), WV Wesleyan 16 (Daria Abros’kina 6). Att-700

FAIRMONT STATE (15-14) Kaitlin Snyder 7-23 5-5 20; Lauren Gilbert 3-10 4-4 11; Rachel Murray 2-7 5-7 9; Tiffany Nicholson 1-7 5-5 7; Kelsi Wright 1-1 0-0 2; Alana George 0-0 1-2 1; Jaclyn Murray 0-0 0-0 0; Jen Rasko 0-5 0-0 0. Totals 14-53 20-23 50. SHEPHERD (15-12) Jerica Hewett 7-14 5-8 19; Shelby Fayak 7-9 2-2 16; Carrie Saunders 3-10 2-2 8; Jimyse Brown 1-2 2-3 4; Hannah Safren 1-2 0-0 3; Jenn Prine 1-11 1-2 3; Emily Daniel 1-4 1-2 3; Mackenzie Logan 1-1 0-0 2; Katie Biggs 0-4 1-1 1; Alex Tamez 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-57 14-20 59. Fairmont State.......... 29 21 50 Shepherd................. 27 32 59 3-point goals--Fairmont State 2-20 (Kaitlin Snyder 1-8; Lauren Gilbert 1-6; Tiffany Nicholson 0-3; Jen Rasko 0-3), Shepherd 1-12 (Hannah Safren 1-1; Carrie Saunders 0-4; Jenn Prine 0-5; Jerica Hewett 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State 39 (Rachel Murray 16), Shepherd 40 (Emily Daniel 9). Assists--Fairmont State 2 (Kelsi Wright 1; Kaitlin Snyder 1), Shepherd 10 (Emily Daniel 3). Att -- 200

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Charleston West Liberty Glenville State Seton Hill WV Wesleyan Pitt Johnstown Concord Shepherd Fairmont State WV State Ohio Valley Wheeling Jesuit Davis & Elkins Alderson-Broaddus Bluefield State

Power Rating Overall

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160.91 24-8 155 25-7 153.18 23-9 134.09 22-7 124.55 18-10 108.18 16-12 100 17-12 99.55 15-13 95.91 15-12 78.64 11-18 71.82 13-13 50.91 9-18 26.36 5-24 14.55 2-25 11.36 3-24

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Player 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

Years Pts. 2001-05 2041 1980-84 1806 1996-00 1775 1989-93 1692 1984-88 1624 2006-10 1612 1999-03 1539 1987-91 1488 1993-97 1474 1983-87 1453

Scoring Average

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Player 1. Ashley Reed 2. Kristen Gattuso 3. Vicki Huffman 4. Kara Morris 5. Lori Smith Kaitlin Snyder 7. Jennifer Wilson 8. Erin Fantroy 9. Vonda Shaw 10. Ashley Vavrek *min 50 games

Years Avg. 2004-06 18.9 2001-05 18.2 1980-84 17.5 1996-00 16.2 1989-93 15.1 2009-present 15.1 1999-03 14.9 2002-04 14.2 1984-88 13.9 2006-10 13.7

Field Goals Made Player 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

Years FGM 2001-05 738 1984-88 671 1983-87 671 1980-84 647 1996-00 621 1999-03 595 2004-08 560 1993-97 551 1989-93 546 1981-85 545

Field Goals Attempted Player 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

Years FGA 2001-05 1657 1996-00 1481 1980-84 1406 1983-87 1374 1999-03 1367 1989-93 1332 1993-97 1314 1984-88 1313 1981-85 1293 1979-83 1271

Free Throws Made

Field Goal Percentage

Player Years FGM/FGA FG% 1. Sidney Thomas 2002-06 437/770 .568 2. Jackie Burks 1985-89 527/959 .551 3. Rachel Murray 2009-11 263/506 .520 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

Three-Pointers Made Player 1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Ashley Vavrek 3. Ashley Reed 4. Lori Smith 5. Erica Rome 6. Kaitlin Snyder 7. Erin Fantroy 8. Maggie Britvec 9. Sebrina Wilson 10. Stephanie Beason

Years 3-FGM 2001-05 258 2006-10 248 2004-06 205 1989-93 162 2001-05 117 2009-present 98 2002-04 94 1994-98 91 1987-91 75 2006-07 66

Three-Pointers Attempted Player 1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Ashley Vavrek 3. Ashley Reed 4. Erica Rome 5. Lori Smith 6. Maggie Britvec 7. Kaitlin Snyder 8. Sebrina Wilson 9. Laurie Herrington 10. Erin Fantroy

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Years 3-FGA 2001-05 704 2006-10 638 2004-06 528 2001-05 426 1988-93 389 1994-98 339 2009-present 291 1987-91 250 1989-93 230 2002-04 219

Three-Point Percentage

Player Years 3FGM/3FGA 3FG% 1. Carrie Baker 1987-89 65/145 .448 2. Erin Fantroy 2002-04 94/219 .429 3. Lori Smith 1989-93 162/389 .416 4. Ashley Vavrek 2006-10 248/638 .389 5. Ashley Reed 2004-06 205/528 .388 6. Stephanie Beason 2006-07 66/173 .382 7. Kristen Gattuso 2001-05 258/704 .366 8. Kaitlin Snyder 2009-present 98/291 .337 9. Lauren Streicher 2009-10 58/187 .310 10. Sebrina Wilson 1987-91 75/250 .300 *min 50 made

Player 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

Years FTM 1987-91 562 1980-84 512 1996-00 480 1989-93 438 2006-10 428 1993-97 351 1999-03 348 1994-98 327 2001-05 307 1992-96 291

Free Throws Attempted Player 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

Years Att. 1980-84 803 1987-91 699 1996-00 652 1994-98 589 1999-03 567 1989-93 558 2006-10 527 1993-97 490 1984-88 429 2001-05 417

Free Throw Percentage

Player 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

Rebounds

Player 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

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

FTM/FTA Pct. 428/527 .812 239/296 .807 562/699 .804 438/558 .785 231/297 .778 307/417 .736 480/652 .735 351/490 .716 291/412 .706 217/311 .698

Player 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

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

Steals

Player 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

Years Asts. 1984-88 645 1981-85 628 2001-05 599 1987-91 450 1989-93 417 2004-07 411 1983-87 356 1994-98 335 1989-93 329 1993-97 322

Years Blks 1982-86 206 2009-11 182 2005-09 180 1999-03 128 1985-89 110 2002-06 103 1981-85 91 2001-05 91 1998-01 80 1989-94 78

Years Stls 1993-97 297 1994-98 280 1984-88 236 2001-05 229 1981-85 223 1987-91 221 2001-05 219 1989-93 212 1989-93 182 1996-00 181

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 2011

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 Kaitlin Snyder

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Years Rbd. 1980-84 1204 2002-06 1084 1996-00 942 1993-97 883 1999-03 880 1987-91 826 1982-86 809 1985-89 785 1983-87 765 2005-09 690

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Player 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. Kaitlin Snyder 10. Ashley Vavrek

Year Pts. 2005 727 2010 699 1988 635 2006 594 1997 568 2004 562 1987 540 1998 531 2011 527 2009 515

Scoring Average

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

Year Avg. 1988 22.7 2005 22.7 2001 21.9 2010 21.8 1997 21.0 2006 20.5 2011 19.5 2003 19.4 1998 19.0 1984 18.5

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Field Goals Made Player 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

Year FGM 1988 257 2005 248 1987 238 1987 213 2004 210 2010 206 1997 205 2001 196 2006 193 2007 190

Field Goals Attempted Player 1. Kristen Gattuso 2. Terri Lovejoy 3. Ashley Reed 4. Vonda Shaw 5. Ashley Vavrek 6. Kaitlin Snyder 7. Kristen Gattuso 8. Kamela Meikle 9. Jennifer Wilson 10. Vonda Shaw

Year FGA 2005 563 1997 535 2006 518 1988 471 2010 469 2011 464 2004 455 1987 453 2001 446 1987 443

Field Goal Percentage

Player 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

Year FGM/FGA FG% 2003 110/182 .604 1987 169/296 .571 1988 157/278 .565 2004 134/238 .563 1991 143/255 .561 2009 105/189 .556 2010 127/231 .550 1988 257/471 .546 1989 158/291 .543 1986 172/325 .529

Three-Pointers Made Player 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. Kaitlin Snyder 10. Kristen Gattuso Carrie Baker

Year 3-FGM 2006 116 2005 104 2009 91 2005 89 2010 87 2004 73 2007 66 2008 60 2011 56 2003 53 1988 53

Three-Pointers Attempted Player 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. Kaitlin Snyder 10. Kristen Gattuso

Year 3-FGA 2006 305 2005 276 2010 236 2005 223 2009 204 2010 187 2004 184 2007 173 2011 171 2003 162

Rebounds

Free Throws Made Player 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

Year FTM 2010 200 1990 190 1998 163 1984 157 1991 149 1983 144 1989 143 1997 130 1982 128 2005 127

Free Throws Attempted Player 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

Year Att. 2010 246 1984 242 1998 226 1990 225 1983 210 1982 207 1998 204 1991 185 1989 184 1997 183

Free Throw Percentage

Player 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. Kaitlin Snyder *min 80 made

Year FTM/FTA Pct. 2006 92/104 .885 1990 190/225 .844 2008 95/115 .826 1991 90/109 .826 1992 123/151 .815 2010 200/246 .813 1991 149/185 .805 2007 91/113 .805 2009 114/142 .803 2011 97/121 .802

Three-Point Percentage Player 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

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Year 3FGM/3FGA 3FG% 1990 40/84 .476 1993 50/109 .459 2009 91/204 .446 1988 53/119 .445 2004 53/119 .430 2003 49/114 .429 2008 60/150 .400 2005 89/223 .399 2004 73/184 .397 1992 35/91 .385

Player 1. Sidney Thomas 2. Vicki Huffman 3. Rachel Murray Rachel Murray 5. Vicki Huffman 6. Sidney Thomas 7. Teresa Haggerty 8. Beth Sadler 9. Rita Rhodes Vicki Huffman

Assists

Player 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

Blocked Shots Player 1. Rachel Murray 2. Rachel Murray 3. Molly Kiger Beth Sedlar 5. Beth Sedlar 6. Maggie Brivtec 7. Jennifer Wilson 8. Beth Sedlar 9. Jackie Burks 10. Becky Burnell

Year Rbd. 2005 357 1983 353 2010 322 2011 322 1982 318 2004 316 1994 307 1984 288 1987 286 1984 286

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Game:

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50, Ashley Reed vs Columbia Union (12-405) Season: 727, Kristen Gattuso, 2004-05 Career: 2,041, Kristen Gattuso, 2001-05

Field Goals Attempted Year Asts. 1987 207 1988 205 1986 195 2007 193 1984 188 2006 180 2005 179 1991 171 1985 169 1992 161

Game:

31, Jennifer Wilson vs West Liberty (2-2801) Season: 563, Kristen Gattuso, 2004-05 Career: 1657, Kristen Gattuso, 2001-05

Steals Game:

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

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17, Ashley Reed vs Columbia Union (12-405) Season: 257, Vonda Shaw, 1987-88 Career: 738, Kristen Gattuso, 2001-05

Field Goal Percentage Year Blks 2010 100 2011 82 2006 73 1984 73 1983 62 1996 57 2000 56 1986 55 1988 49 1989 46

17, Jenna Eckleberry vs. West Chester (1118-06) Season: 207, Vonda Shaw, 1987-88 Career: 645, Vonda Shaw, 1984-88

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

11, Molly Kiger vs West Virginia State (211-06) Season: 100, Rachel Murray (2009-10) Career: 206, Beth Sedlar, 1982-86

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

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Free Throws Attempted Game: 23, Vicki Huffman vs California (2-6-84) Season: 246, Ashley Vavrek, 2009-10 Career: 803, Vicki Huffman, 1980-84

Free Throws Made

Steals

Player 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

Year Stls 1995 92 1991 84 2003 83 1997 81 1998 80 1987 79 1997 77 1996 76 1992 73 1988 73

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

Free Throw Percentage Game:

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 (1-21-98) (minimum 10 made) Season: 88.5%, 92-104, Ashley Reed 2005-06 (minimum 80 made) Career: 81.2%, (428-527) Ashley Vavrek, 2006-10 (minimum 200 made)

Rebounds Game:

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

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All-Time Roster* A Cayla Aaron Jessica Abbuhl Whitney Ammons Autumn Anderson Meredith Anderson Leigh Ann Tustin Kaitlyn Antolock Jill Aslop

G 2008-09 1989-93 2001-02 2001-05 1997-99 1985-89 2010-11 1997-98

B VICKIE HUFFMAN 1983-84 All-American

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Cindy Martin 1994-95 Academic All-American

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No. Name Career Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Total 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. Kaitlin Snyder 2009-present 364 527 891 26. Shelli Cannon 1992-96 100 224 302 255 881 27. Laurie Herrington 1989-93 181 221 211 248 861 28. Sheila Fansler 1988-92 131 237 200 274 842 29. Tammy Klinkoski 1981-85 76 130 299 333 838 30. Erin Fantroy 2002-04 428 394 822 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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Carrie Baker Cindy Bauer Stephanie Beason Alycia Bell Kelia Bennett Jaime Berg Kara Boczek Anna-Maria Boshkova Vickie Bostic Linda Bozovich Maggie Brivtec Monica Brooks Becky Brown Jackie Burks Becky Burnell Ashton Butler

1987-89 1984-85 2006-07 2008-09 1988-89 1994-95 2008-09 2009-10 1981-85 1995-96 1994-98 2002-04 2000-04 1985-89 1988-89 2008-09

C Cathy Caldwell Jenny Campbell Shelli Cannon Kristin Carper Heather Contraguerro Jaclyn Cooper Donna Cork Danielle Cornish Mel Crump Pam Cyphert

1986-87 2004-06 1992-96 1996-00 1996-98 1995-96 1987-88 2004-08 1981-83 1981-82

D Andi Daniels ShaLisha Davis Talia Divita

1995-99 2003-04 1999-00

E Jenna Eckleberry Lindsay Edwards Connie Efaw Roxanne Evans

2004-07 2002-06 1987-88 1987-88

F Sheila Fansler Erin Fantroy Maria Femia Crystal Fields Shannon Finn Pam Fisher Danielle Floyd Tami Forsythe Rachel Franceschini Dana Franklin Karen Fry Lisa Funk

1988-92 2002-04 2009-11 1992-94 1986-87 1981-82 2009-10 1988-90 1998-00 1982-83 1981-83 1991-92

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

1986-87 2000-02 2007-09 2001-05 2007-10 1999-00 1992-94 2009-11 1988-89 2009-11 1986-87 2007-08 2006-10

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

1989-91,93-94 2005-07 2005-06 2000-02 1985-86 1995-96 1991-93 2006-10 1989-93 1996-97 1993-94 2007-08 1981-83 1980-84 1986-87

J

1997-01 1982-83 1994-96 1981-82 1993-95 1986-87 1994-96 2003-04 1997-00,01-02 1988-89 1993-97 1995-97,98-99 1993-95 1991-93 1983-87 1998-00 2006-08 1990-92 1987-91 2000-01 1996-00 2006-07 2009-11 2009-11

N Kristina Nay Kelly Neal Tiffany Nicholson Misty Nuzum

1989-91 1984-87 2009-11 1990-91

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Raphaela Jochimczyk

2010-11

Kristen Oates Shannon Onderko

1994-95 1983-85 1994-95 1997-98 2005-09 1983-86 1997-99 1981-85 1998-01

P

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

L Jody Lambert Corrie Largent Brittany Lee KeTara Lee Marilyn Linger Lorri Lipscomb Kelley Longerbeam Terri Lovejoy Stephanie Luzader

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Shea MacCallum Mindy Main Jennifer Mann Anne Marie Fanto Cindy Martin Wendy Matthew Jennifer Mayfield Bethany McCarty Erin McClellan Kelly McCord Nikki McGinnis Debbie McIntosh Amanda Meeks Mandy Meeks Kamela Meikle Allyson Merico Jaimie Merinar Stacy Mick Lisa Monteleone Della Moore Kara Morris Holly Muir Jaclyn Murray Rachel Murray

2000-02 2000-01 2008-11 2002-03 1981-82 1985-86 1991-93 1996-97 2003-04

Jaime Parker Jessica Parker Jess Parsons Carrie Pollack Kristen Pollock

1998-99 2007-08

2004-08 1998-02 2010-11 1998-99 1996-97

R Leslie Rardin Jen Rasko Ashley Reed Rita Rhodes Shari Roberts Maggie Robinson Candace Rodes Erica Rome Natasha Ross Michele Runser

1997-98 2010-11 2004-06 1983-87 1981-84 2003-04 2001-02 2001-05 1998-01 1985-86

Angela Scotchel Kelly Scritchfield Beth Sedlar Vonda Shaw Sasha Simmons Staci Skinner Alina Smith Harriet Smith Lori Smith Teresa Smith C. Smitherman Kaitlin Snyder Sasha Sprague Becky Steele Lauren Streicher

2006-08 1994-95 1982-86 1984-88 2008-09 2007-09 1994-96 1991-92 1989-93 1991-92 2000-01 2009-11 1991-92 1993-94 2008-10

T Sidney Thomas Donna Toothman Kristen Turek

2002-06 1982-83 1989-90

U Trisha Uhl

1991-92 2006-10 2001-02 1996-98

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

1981-83 2005-09 2004-08 1995-96 2008-09 1995-97 1981-82 2002-04 1987-88 2003-04 1992-94 1999-03 1987-91 1988-89 1984-86,87-88 2005-06 1992-93 1989-93 2010-11

Z Theresa Zapach Christine Zupanc

2010-11 2005-07

*All-time roster is not all-time letterwinners. List includes names of players who were included on statistical rosters. Playing years are listed in span format which starts with fall year and goes to spring of final season.

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All-Time Scores

Dr. Fran Maloney 3-14 (1 season)

Intro Staff Players review Records

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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

Joe Lambiotte 87-43 (5 seasons) 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

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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 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 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

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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 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 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

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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

Jim Brinkman 219-204 (15 seasons) 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 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 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

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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 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. A-B W, 92-65 vs. WV Tech W, 75-72 vs. Concord L, 58-59 vs. Salem Int’l W, 94-76 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

Fighting Falcons 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 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 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 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

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Fewest Turnovers

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

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

Field Goals Attempted

Points

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

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

Field Goal Percentage

Fewest Points

Game:

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

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

Points Given Up

Free Throws Made

Intro

Game: 113, vs West Liberty (11-30-10) Season: 2,332, 1986-87

Game:

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

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Fewest Points Given Up Game: 22, vs Salem (11-30-83) Season: 1,308, 1979-80

Free Throw Attempts

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

FSU

Free Throw Percentage Game:

100%, 17-17 vs Alderson-Broaddus (2-2-06) Season: 76.4%, 2005-06

Assists Game: 31, vs Columbia Union (12-04-05) Season: 611, 1986-87

Rebounds Game: 73, vs Alderson-Broaddus (1-6-82) Season: 1,362 (1999-00)

Personal Fouls Game:

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

Fewest Personal Fouls Game:

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

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

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Fighting Falcons 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 CHARLESTON W, 76-70 WVIAC Tournament WV STATE W, 76-73 vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 62-72

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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

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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 13-14 (.481) 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

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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 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 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

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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 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 Pitt-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

Steve McDonald 218-105 (10 seasons) 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

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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 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(4ot) L, 101-107 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 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

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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 2005-06 21-8 (.724) vs. St. Paul’s (Va.) W, 80-53 vs. Anderson (S.C.) L, 71-63 SLIPPERY ROCK W, 73-58 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 78-56 COLUMBIA UNION W, 120-62 SETON HILL W, 78-53 at Bloomsburg W, 62-49 at. St. Paul’s (Va.) W, 76-62 COLUMBIA UNION W, 80-49 WEST CHESTER W, 64-52 CONCORD W, 59-52 GLENVILLE STATE L, 64-46 at WV Wesleyan W, 76-56 at Shepherd W, 86-73 OHIO VALLEY W, 86-73 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 73-65 at West Liberty L, 62-60 SALEM INT’L W, 68-44 at A-B W, 101-72 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 87-61 at Charleston L, 77-46 at WV State W, 81-80 (ot) WVU TECH W, 82-45 at Ohio Valley W, 76-68 WHEELING JESUIT L, 74-66 WEST LIBERTY L, 71-70 (ot) at Salem Int’l W, 75-56 WVIAC Tournament DAVIS & ELKINS W, 78-54 vs. West Liberty L, 65-77 2006-07 19-10 (.655) vs. Salem Int’l W, 90-54 vs. West Chester W, 90-72 at Findlay W, 62-57 at Davis & Elkins W, 74-40 COLUMBIA UNION W, 98-38 at Seton Hill W, 74-60 BLOOMSBURG W, 63-59 at IUP L, 65-54 SLIPPERY ROCK L, 44-52 CLARION W, 70-68 WEST VIRGINIA ST. W, 87-53 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 73-56 at Concord L, 62-77 SALEM INT’L W, 74-43 SHEPHERD W, 70-59 #9 GLENVILLE ST. L, 69-78 (ot) at Bluefield St. W, 91-70 at West Liberty L, 42-69 OHIO VALLEY W, 84-79 at Salem Int’l W, 63-56 WHEELING JESUIT W, 68-56

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GLENVILLE STATE W, 99-85 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 72-55 at Pitt-Johnstown L, 66-77 at WV State L, 78-80 SETON HILL L, 56-67 at Davis & Elkins W, 71-70 CHARLESTON L, 64-68 at Concord L, 64-74 at WV Wesleyan W, 75-51 WVIAC Tournament at Shepherd L, 50-59

2009-2010 22-10 (.686) 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

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Opponent Record Pct. Began 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 34-21 .618 1979 67-32 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 30-13 .670 1980 72-55 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* 15-24 .385 1979 64-68 Clarion 3-1 .750 2007 78-67 Coker 1-0 1.000 2007 79-69 Columbia Union 11-0 1.000 2000 98-38 Concord 20-15 .571 1981 64-74 Converse 1-0 1.000 2004 2004 Davis & Elkins 29-12 .707 1980 71-70(ot) Dyke College 3-0 1.000 1987 77-69 East Stroudsburg University 1-1 .500 1991 61-88 Edinboro University 2-8 .200 1982 80-87 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 25-27 .481 1979 99-85 Grove City 1-0 1.000 1987 77-61 Indiana University 2-3 .400 1991 76-63 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** 20-3 .870 1995 62-64 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 5-5 .500 1998 66-77 Point Park 10-0 1.000 1984 59-56 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 7-4 .636 1985 56-67 Shepherd University 30-22 .577 1979 50-59 Shippensburg University 1-2 .333 1996 77-69

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Opponent Record Pct. Began 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 30-32 .483 1979 76-60 West Virginia State 36-16 .692 1980 78-80 WVU-Tech**** 29-10 .744 1979 77-41 West Virginia Wesleyan 25-23 .521 1980 75-71 Wheeling Jesuit. 34-31 .523 1980 62-59 Wilberforce University 3-0 1.000 2001 77-49 * Formally Morris Harvey; ** Formally Salem College and Salem-Teikyo; *** Formally W. Va. Tech

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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 67 29 .701 Jim Brinkman (1985-00) 219 204 .512 151 126 .545 Steve McDonald (2001- ) 218 105 .675 134 76 .638 TOTALS 585 441 .570 408 312 .567

Coaching Results Overall WVC Year Coach W L Pct. W L Pct. 1970 Marilyn Neptune 4 2 .667 4 2 .667 1971 Marilyn Neptune 7 3 .700 7 3 .700 1972 Marilyn Neptune 11 2 .846 9 2 .818 1973 Marilyn Neptune* 12 0 1.000 11 0 1.000 1974 Marilyn Neptune 14 3 .823 12 3 .800 1975 Marilyn Neptune 9 9 .500 9 9 .500 1976 Jean Ward 0 12 .000 0 12 .000 1977 Jean Ward 0 12 .000 0 12 .000 1978 Jean Ward 0 13 .000 0 12 .000 1979 Jean Ward 1 19 .050 1 15 .063 1980 Dr. Fran Maloney 3 14 .176 3 11 .214 1981 Joe Lambiotte 9 12 .429 7 10 .412 1982 Joe Lambiotte 17 8 .680 15 7 .681 1983 Joe Lambiotte 21 9 .700 15 4 .789 1984 Joe Lambiotte** 23 4 .854 17 2 .895 1985 Joe Lambiotte 17 10 .630 13 6 .684 1986 Jim Brinkman 18 13 .581 11 9 .550 1987 Jim Brinkman 19 12 .613 13 6 .684 1988 Jim Brinkman 9 19 .321 4 9 .308 1989 Jim Brinkman 11 16 .407 5 10 .333 1990 Jim Brinkman 13 15 .464 7 13 .350 1991 Jim Brinkman 20 8 .714 13 7 .650 1992 Jim Brinkman 19 9 .679 17 3 .850 1993 Jim Brinkman 13 15 .464 11 8 .579 1994 Jim Brinkman 14 13 .519 10 8 .556 1995 Jim Brinkman 14 14 .500 10 8 .556 1996 Jim Brinkman 13 14 .481 10 9 .525 1997 Jim Brinkman 18 11 .621 14 5 .737 1998 Jim Brinkman 12 16 .429 8 11 .421 1999 Jim Brinkman 8 19 .296 7 12 .368 2000 Jim Brinkman 18 10 .643 11 8 .579 2001 Steve McDonald 15 13 .536 10 10 .500 2002 Steve McDonald 13 14 .481 6 13 .316 2003 Steve McDonald 21 8 .724 12 8 .600 2004 Steve McDonald 21 8 .724 12 6 .667 2005 Steve McDonald* 28 4 .875 17 2 .894 2006 Steve McDonald 21 8 724 12 6 667 2007 Steve McDonald 19 10 .655 11 7 .611 2008 Steve McDonald** 25 7 .781 15 5 .750 2009 Steve McDonald 18 11 .621 14 6 .700 2010 Steve McDonald** 22 10 .686 15 7 681 2011 Steve McDonald 15 12 556 12 10 545

Tournament Champions Year Teams / Scores Location 1976 Marshall Univ. 75 vs. WV University 71 Buckhannon 1977 WV University 67 vs. Morris Harvey 66 Buckhannon 1978 Morris Harvey 96 vs. WV Wesleyan 69 Buckhannon 1979 Morris Harvey 99 vs. Davis & Elkins 77 Buckhannon 1980 Charleston 96 vs. WV Wesleyan 76 Buckhannon 1981 Davis & Elkins 71 vs. WV Wesleyan 62 Buckhannon 1982 Charleston 89 vs. WV Tech 74 Buckhannon 1983 Charleston 81 vs. Davis & Elkins 60 Buckhannon 1984 Fairmont State 73 vs. Charleston 69 Buckhannon 1985 Bluefield State 85 vs. Charleston 73 Wheeling 1986 Charleston 71 vs. Bluefield State 68 Charleston 1987 Concord 63 vs. Glenville State 51 Charleston 1988 Charleston 75 vs. WV Wesleyan 66 Charleston 1989 WV Tech 76 vs. Bluefield State 68 (OT) Charleston 1990 Charleston 75 vs. Bluefield State 57 Charleston 1991 Charleston 62 vs. WV Tech 61 Charleston 1992 Charleston 56 vs. Bluefield 49 Charleston 1993 Bluefield State 66 vs. Wheeling Jesuit 48 Charleston 1994 Wheeling Jesuit 76 vs. Bluefield State 66 Charleston 1995 Salem-Teikyo 85 vs. West Liberty 66 Charleston 1996 Salem-Teikyo 81 vs. West Liberty 54 Charleston 1997 West Liberty 59 vs. Alderson-Broaddus 57 Charleston 1998 Charleston 85 vs. Alderson-Broaddus 75 (OT) Charleston 1999 West Liberty 70 vs. Alderson-Broaddus 67 Charleston 2000 West Liberty 67 vs. Glenville State 56 Charleston 2001 West Liberty 73 vs. Glenville State 46 Charleston 2002 Glenville State 54 vs. West Liberty 50 Charleston 2003 Glenville State 52 vs. West Liberty 41 Charleston 2004 West Liberty 69 vs. Glenville State 68 Charleston 2005 Wheeling Jesuit 51 vs. Glenville State 42 Charleston 2006 Charleston 81 vs. Glenville State 59 Charleston 2007 Glenville State 69 vs. West Liberty 44 Charleston 2008 Fairmont State 63 vs. WV Wesleyan 49 Charleston 2009 Charleston 64 vs. West Liberty 59 Charleston 2010 Fairmont State 85 vs. West Liberty 78 (OT) Charleston 2011 Glenville State 77 vs. Charleston 73 Charleston

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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, Fairmont State continued its excellence both on and off the field. Once again, FSU boasted the highest grade-point average among student-athletes in the state of West Virginia at a staggering 76 percent. In addition, Fairmont State’s fundraising and sponsorship dollars have continued to grow in support of increased scholarship dollars for athletics. In the Spring of 2011, Elliott traveled to Indianapolis to accept an award for the best community engagement initiative in the country for the school’s “Put Your Best Fairmont Forward” idea that helped attract nearly 6,000 fans for Fairmont State’s nationally televised game against West Liberty and helped collect books and canned food for the community. In 2009-10, 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. 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

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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. 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.

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North Marion finished as the state runner-up 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 (16), and Addie, (6), and two sons, Ryan (14), and Kyle (11).

Rusty Elliott at Fairmont State Year Role

JAMES & DEBBIE ASHTON FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP 2010-11 Recipient: Matthew Khouri

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Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

6-4 7-3 7-2-2

WVIAC Champions

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

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1997 1998 1999 2000

Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

5-6 5-5 8-2 7-3

WVIAC Champions

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Head Coach 3-7 Head Coach 4-6 Head Coach 5-5 Head Coach 4-6 Head Coach 4-7 Athletic Director

Two WVIAC Championships & NCAA Tournament Appearances (Women’s Basketball, Men’s Golf)

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WVIAC Championship (Men’s Golf), WVIAC Central Title (Baseball), Third In WVIAC President’s Cup

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JAMES J. ARCURE SCHOLARSHIP – Family of James J. Arcure Established by the family of James J. Arcure to benefit a FS baseball player 2010-11 Recipient: Garrett Fetty

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The Fairmont State Athletic Department would like to acknowledge the following benefactors for establishing named or endowed Athletic Scholarships.

Athletic Director NCAA Community Engagement National Winner, HIghest student-athlete GPA in the state of WV, six teams with winning records.

RODNEY BAIRD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Mike Kirby Established in memory of Rodney Baird, an outstanding FS wrestler. 2010-11 Recipient: Morgan Walls EDDIE BARRETT ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP – Edgar O. Barrett Established by Edgar O. Barrett to honor a fulltime student participating in athletics. 2010-11 Recipient: Jessica Seevers

JOE AND BILL FORD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Joseph “Bud” Ford, William H. Ford II, Jay Ford and Bradley A. Ford. Established by Joseph “Bud” Ford, William H. Ford II, Jay Ford and Bradley A. Ford. 2010-11 Recipient: Christopher Talley MARCO’S CAN-AM SCHOLARSHIP – Charles Anderson Established in memory of Mark “Marco” Palmer by Family and Friends. 2010-11Recipient: Matt Pellillo & Justin Stambaugh THE GILBERT & LENORE MARTIN AND JAMES & LENA DABATO ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP Established in memory of Gilbert and Lenore Martin and James and Lena Dabato, parents of Bob and Lucille Martin. 2010-11 Recipient: Daniel Dario

Birmingham SCHOLARSHIP 2010-11 Recipient: Daniel Strosnider

ROBERT W. MCCOLLUM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – ManTech Enterprise Integration Center Established in memory of Robert W. McCollum, an employee of ManTech Advanced Systems International, Inc. 2010-11 Recipient: Morgan Walls

James Carpenter SCHOLARSHIP 2010-11 Recipient: Kaitlyn Antolock

MCCUTCHEON & RAIKES SCHOLARSHIP 2010-11 Recipient: Heather Gurash

GREG CECCHINELLI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Ferris & Bettie Cecchinelli Established in memory of Greg Cecchinelli, son of Ferris and Bettie Cechinelli. 2010-11 Recipient: Terrence Green

SHARI ROBERTS MURIALE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Rocco Muriale Established in memory of Shari Roberts Muriale by Rocco Muriale 2010-11 Recipient: Isaac Thornton

TIMOTHY COOK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cook Established in memory of Tim Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cook.

MILDRED HANEY MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP – Mildred Haney Murray Established to promote women majoring in Physical Education who desire to be involved in the coaching profession.

L.O. BICKEL SCHOLARSHIP – L.O. Bickel Established to honor L.O. Bickel, founder of FS Letterman’s Association. 2010-11 Recipient: Fabien Mevs

HAROLD “DEACON” DUVALL SCHOLARSHIP – Dickey Laughlin Established in honor of “Deacon” Duvall, a highly successful FS football coach. 2010-11 Recipient: Logan Moore

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JULIE VIGLIANCO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Laura Viglianco Established in memory of Julie Viglianco, outstanding supporter of FS athletics. 2010-11 Recipient: Rudolph Roberts WILFORD “SQUIBB” WILSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Mary Wilson Established in memory of “Squibb” Wilson, outstanding FS Coach and Athletic Director. ERIC AND JENNIFER WILSON MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHOLARSHIP 2010-11 Recipient: Joseph Potesta JOE AND LOUISE ZASLOFF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Frank Zasloff Established in memory of Joe and Louise Zasloff, parents of Frank Zasloff. 2010-11 Recipient: Aaron Fetty

LEN NOSSOKOFF & SONS SCHOLARSHIP – Len Nossokoff Established by Len Nossokoff, Sr. 2010-11 Recipient: Jason Gladden & Whitney Whiten

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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.

Kristi Kiefer Senior Woman Administrator/Student Athlete Advisory Committee Advisor Kristi Kiefer has been employed by Fairmont State for 18 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

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Adam Zundell Director of Athletic Media Relations

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. Last year, his women’s basketball media guide was rated as the fourth-best book in the country. In addition, his leadership helped Fairmont State’s community engagement initiative (“Put Your Best Fairmont Forward”) be recognized as the best in the country by the NCAA. 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 gameday activities. The Fairmont native earned his bachelor’s degree from Wheeling Jesuit where he was a fourtime All-WVIAC 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 (5), Tyler (3) and Cara (six months).

Adam Zundell begins his sixth 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 been involved in marketing initiatives that have helped increase attendance and create new revenue opportunities. 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

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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.

Roger Hayhurst Video Coordinator Second Season

Roger Hayhurst is in his second season as the video coordinator at Fairmont State. Hayhurst is responsible for all aspects of video production for the entire athletic department. Hayhurst is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the Fighting Falcon football program’s video efforts. He handles the day-to-day video operations for practice and games, film breakdowns for coaches and players, live game day video on the Internet, game-tape exchange and highlight video packages. Prior to coming to Fairmont State, Hayhurst owned and operated his own commercial and graphic production company for five years. He also has experience in IT management through work in the United States Air Force. Roger and his wife Michelle have three sons: Maxwell (11), Jack (8) and Oliver (1).

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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

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 and her husband Mickey have two sons, Adam and Jared. The couple resides in Fairmont.

Dalene Horner Program Assistant

Dalene Horner serves as the Program Assistant for both the Director of Athletics and the Chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance. 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 is a sophomore at Fairmont State. The Horners reside in Mannington.

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FightingFalcons.com COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE All news releases are posted to fightingfalcons.com. Fans and media can stay connected to all of the happenings at Fairmont State by checking the website. There’s no better coverage or access to Falcon athletics than fightingfalcons.com.

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Recaps and box scores of all games are posted shortly after the conclusion of the contest, and updated statistics are always available on the site. Only fightingfalcons.com provides you with extensive photo galleries and videos of Fairmont State athletic contests, getting you closer to the action! TEAM COVERAGE Looking for information on a Falcon player or coach? It’s all on fightingfalcons.com. Player and coaches bios 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 former Fairmont State men’s and women’s basketball players

“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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