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Tamika Willis

Angie Criner Jasmine Hassell

Candace Williams

Jasmine James

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Ebony Jones

Anne Marie Armstrong

Angel robinson

Meredith Mitchell Christy Marshall Ashley Houts

Porsha Phillips

Jaleesa rhoden


19 Players in the WNBA

Sherill Baker Detroit Shock

Christi Thomas Minnesota Lynx

Kara Braxton Detroit Shock

Kelly Miller

Minnesota Lynx

Deanna Nolan Detroit Shock

Coco Miller Deanna Nolan

Kiesha Brown

Detroit Shock

Connecticut Sun

Tasha Humphrey Minnesota Lynx

Atlanta Dream


Lady Bulldogs & WNBA

• No. 3 in first-round draft picks (8) • No. 3 in players on 2009 opening day rosters (7) Tracy Henderson

All-time First-Round WNBA Picks SEC ACC Big 12 Big East Big 10 Pac 10

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2009 WNBA Opening Day Rosters SEC Big East ACC Big Ten Big 12

Cleveland Rockers

Lady Grooms

Utah Starzz, Sacramento Monarchs

Stacy Ford

New York Liberty, Sacramento Monarchs

Adrienne Shuler

Washington Mystics

Keda Holland-Corn

Sacramento Monarchs, Detroit Shock & Houston Comets

La’Keshia Frett

L.A. Sparks, Sacramento Monarchs, Charlotte Sting, New York Liberty

Teresa Edwards Minnesota Lynx

Cori Chambers Connecticut Sun

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Lady Bulldog Basketball

Opponents

Table of Contents...................................................2-3 Top-10 Reasons ....................................................4-5 Leading the Way ....................................................6-7 Athens, Ga.............................................................8-9 UGA, A premier institution ................................. 10-11 Building Tomorrow .............................................12-13 UGA Athletics, a winning tradition...................... 14-15 Lady Bulldog Basketball ....................................16-17 Why Georgia........................................................... 18 Media Information ..............................................19-20 Radio Network / Media Outlet................................. 21 Stegeman Coliseum ............................................... 22 Southeastern Conference....................................... 23 Radio/TV Spotter’s Chart........................................ 24 Lady Bulldog Rosters ............................................. 25 Sports Information Directory ................................... 26 Schedule / Travel Itinerary ...................................... 27 2008-09 Outlook ................................................28-29 Lady Bulldog tidbits ...........................................30-31 Pre-Season Notebook ............................................ 32

Oklahoma / Chattanooga........................................ 80 Rutgers / Alabama State......................................... 81 Texas A&M-CC / Jackson State.............................. 82 Southern Miss / UAB .............................................. 83 Georgia Tech / Tennessee State ............................ 84 Virginia / Detroit ...................................................... 85 Clemson / Savannah State ..................................... 86 Alabama ................................................................. 87 Kentucky ................................................................. 88 Florida..................................................................... 89 Vanderbilt................................................................ 90 Arkansas................................................................. 91 Tennessee .............................................................. 92 Ole Miss.................................................................. 93 Mississippi State ..................................................... 94 Auburn .................................................................... 95 LSU......................................................................... 96 South Carolina ........................................................ 97 SEC Tournament .................................................... 98 NCAA Tournament .................................................. 98

Andy Landers biography....................................34-37 Andy Landers by the numbers................................ 38 La’Keshia Frett biography....................................... 39 Kim Hairston biography .......................................... 40 Cameron Newbauer biography............................... 41 Support Staff biographies ..................................42-44 Administration biographies ................................45-46 Ashley Houts biography.....................................47-49 Ebony Jones biography .....................................50-51 Anne Marie Armstrong biography ...................... 52-53 Jasmine James biography .................................54-55 Meredith Mitchell biography...............................56-58 Jasmine Hassell biography................................59-60 Angie Criner biography ......................................61-62 Jaleesa Rhoden biography ................................63-65 Porsha Phillips biography ..................................66-68 Christy Marshall biography ................................69-71 Tamika Willis biography .....................................72-73 Candace Williams biography .............................74-75 Angel Robinson biography ................................76-78

Season Notebook ..........................................100-101 2008-09...by the numbers..................................... 101 Overall & SEC Individual Stats ............................. 102 Double Digits ........................................................ 102 Home, Road & Neutral Individual Stats ................ 103 Game-by-Game Results ....................................... 104 Single Game Superlatives .................................... 105 Game-by-Game Team Stats ..........................106-107 SEC Standings & SEC Team Stats ...................... 108 SEC Tournament & SEC Individual Stats ............. 109 Box Scores .................................................... 110-114

Personnel

Additional copies of this guide are available for $10 from the UGA Sports Communications office or by mailing a check for $12 made payable to UGA Athletics to: UGA Sports Communications; P.O. Box 1472; Athens, GA 30606.

2008-09 Recap

Credits/Acknowledgements

History

Georgia Basketball Timeline .......................... 116-117 Individual Records ................................................ 118 Team Records / Opponent Records ..................... 119 Stegeman Coliseum Records............................... 120 Individual Game, Season & Career Leaders . 121-124 Class Records ...................................................... 125 Team Single-Game Records ................................ 126 Opponent Single-Game Records ......................... 127 Team Season Records ......................................... 128 Margins of Victory & Defeat / Overtime Games.... 128 1,000-point scorers ........................................129-131 Season-by-Season Records / Head Coaches...... 132 Season-by-Season Results ...........................133-143 Records vs. All Opponents & Conferences ... 144-145 Results vs. All Opponents..............................146-151 Annual Statistical Leaders .............................152-154 SEC & NCAA Statistical Leaders.......................... 155 Season-by-Season Team Stats .....................156-157 Holiday Tournament Results..........................158-159 SEC Tournament Results ..............................160-161 NCAA Tournament Results ............................162-163 Televised Games ...........................................164-165 AP Poll History...............................................166-168 Championship Teams ....................................169-180 All-Time Letterwinners .......................................... 181 All-Time Jersey Numbers ..................................... 182 All-Time Letterwinners Stats ..........................183-185 Honor Roll......................................................186-195 USA Basketball ..............................................196-197 WNBA............................................................198-199 25th-Season Anniversary All-Time Team .............. 200

Georgia

University of Georgia ............................................ 202 2008-09 UGA Athletics Review............................. 204 Ugas I-VII.............................................................. 205 Andy Landers Basketball Camps ......................... 206 Scholarship Endowments ..................................... 207

The 2009-10 Georgia Lady Bulldog Basketball Media Guide was produced with Adobe InDesign Desktop Publishing. The publication was designed, written and edited by UGA associate SID Mike Mobley, with much-appreciated assistance from Angela Alfano for her opponent section hours and the proofreading efforts of Steven Colquitt, Jenny Moss, Grant Grisamore and Ashley Webb. Cover and recruiting section design by Baseline Sports Media of Athens. Printing by Ebsco Media of Birmingham, Ala. Outside cover photography by Dale Zanine, a great American. Additional photography from: Ben Clark, Steven Colquitt, Ashley Connell, Donovan Eason, Dan Evans, Phillip Faulkner, Joel Gibson, Steve Guyer, Travis Hatfield, Becky Hay, John Kelley, David Marck, Erin McCall, Perry McIntyre, Amanda C. Melton, Parker Moore, Elizabeth Olivier, Meredith Page, Scott Trubey, Julianne Upchurch, Kelly Wegel, Dylan Wilson, NCAA Photos, WNBA Photos, UGA Photographic Services and USA Basketball.


Media Guide Index

25th-Season Anniversary All-Time Team ................200 1,000-point scorers ......................................... 129-131 AP Poll History ................................................ 166-168 Awards ............................................................ 186-193 Bios, Players ....................................................... 47-78 Championship Teams ..................................... 169-180 Coaches, all-time ....................................................132 Coaches, Assistants ........................................... 39-41 Game-by-Game Results, 2008-09 ..........................104 Halls of Fame .................................................. 194-195 Holiday Tournament Results ........................... 158-159 Individual Game, Season & Career Leaders .. 121-124 Individual Records ..................................................118 Jersey Numbers ......................................................182 Landers, Andy .................................................... 34-38 Letterwinners, all-time .............................................181 Letterwinners Stats ......................................... 183-185 Margins of Victory & Defeat ....................................128 Media Information ............................................... 19-20 NCAA Tournament, 2010 information .......................98 NCAA Tournament Results ............................. 162-163 Opponent information ......................................... 80-97 Outlook, 2009-10 ................................................ 30-32 Overtime Games .....................................................128 Radio Network / Media Outlet ...................................21 Radio/TV Spotter’s Chart ..........................................24 Recap, 2008-09 .............................................. 100-101 Records Class ...................................................................125 Team, Opponent & Stegeman ......................119-120 Team Season .....................................................128 Team Single-Game..............................................126 Opponent Single-Game.......................................127 Records vs. All Opponents & Conferences ..... 144-145 Results vs. All Opponents ............................... 146-151 Rosters, 2009-10 ......................................................25 Season-by-Season Results ............................ 133-143 Schedule, 2009-10 ............................................. 3 & 27 SEC history ...............................................................23 SEC Statistics & Results, 2009-10.................. 108-109 SEC Tournament, 2010 Information..........................98 SEC Tournament Results................................ 160-161 SID Directory.............................................................26 Statistical Leaders........................................... 152-155 Statistics, 2008-09 .......................................... 102-107 Stegeman Coliseum..................................................22 Table of Contents .................................................... 2-3 TEAM SUCCESS................................................ 28-29 Televised Games ............................................ 164-165 Travel Itinerary, 209-10 .............................................27 Ugas I-VII ................................................................205 University of Georgia ..............................................202 USA Basketball ............................................... 196-197 WNBA ............................................................. 198-199

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2009-10 Georgia Lady Bulldog Basketball Schedule

Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 20 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Feb. 28 March 4-7 March 20-23 March 27-30 April 4 & 6

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Exhib. – Clayton State Athens 2:30 Oklahoma Athens 2:30 at Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. 7:00 Rutgers Athens 2:30 Alabama State Athens 6:00 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Hattiesburg, Miss. 8:00 vs. Southern Miss or Jackson State Hattiesburg, Miss. 3:00/5:00 UAB Athens 7:00 Georgia Tech Athens CSS 2:30 Tennessee State Athens 7:00 Virginia Athens 2:30 Detroit Athens 7:00 Clemson Clemson, S.C. CSS 7:00 Savannah State Savannah, Ga. 7:00 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3:00 Kentucky Athens 7:00 Florida Athens ESPNU 6:00 at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. FSN 8:00 at Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. 3:00 Tennessee Athens FSN 7:00 Ole Miss Athens CSS 1:00 at Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. FSN 9:00 at Auburn Auburn, Ala. ESPNU 6:00 LSU Athens CSS 7:00 South Carolina Athens CSS 2:00 at Kentucky Lexington, Ky. FSN 7:00 Alabama Athens CSS 2:00 at Florida Gainesville, Fla. TBD TBD at South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 7:00 Arkansas Athens SECN 2:00 SEC Tournament Duluth, Ga. FSN/ESPN2 TBD NCAA First/Second Rounds 16 pre-determined sites NCAA Regionals (Memphis, Tenn.; Sacramento, Calif.; Dayton, Ohio; Kansas City, Mo.) NCAA Final Four San Antonio, Texas

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6. 6. TuBe TiMe The Lady Dogs appeared on the first-ever regular-season national broadcast of women’s hoops in 1991. An average of more than 16 games per season have aired on TV over the past six seasons.

1. DeGrees of success All told, Landers’ 54 four-year Lady Bulldog letterwinners have combined to earn 55 degrees from UGA, a graduation rate of 102 percent!

2. They Don’T Dance 2. They Don’T Dance wiThouT uGa Georgia has competed in 26 of 28 editions of March Madness, the second-most of any school in the nation. The Lady Bulldogs annually play deep into the bracket, reaching 17 Sweet Sixteens, 10 Elite Eights and 5 Final Fours.

9. The aTL Athens is the perfect centrally located college town. Though Athens thrives with it’s own identity, it’s only an hour away from Atlanta and all it has to offer. And many of Atlanta’s celebrities find their way to Athens, too.


7. froM L.a. a. To aMhersT! hersT! You won’t find a better overall college atmosphere than the one thriving in Athens. From athletics to music, food to fashion, Athens serves up that big city taste with the small town flavor.

4. wiTh The neXT Pick... …of the of the WNBA draft.” Somebody will probably be looking at selecting a Lady Bulldog. During the last nine WNBA drafts, eight Lady Bulldogs have been taken in the first round and two more have been second-round choices.

3. MakinG a Mark in The coMMuniTy The Lady Bulldogs’ holiday campaign to provide bicycles to worthy children doubled from its first effort in 2008 to last year. Players helped obtain the funds to purchase more than 50 bikes and then assembled them as well.

5. GaMes wii PLay 5. GaMes wii PLay The players’ lounge already is one of the most popular destina destinations in Georgia’s massive 120,000-square-foot practice facility. It includes a pair of Wii game stations where the Lady Bulldogs work on a different set of skills of the Rock ‘n Roll variety.

8. The sec Not only does Georgia rank among the top schools with players in the WNBA, the SEC far and away leads the way in supplying players. Former teammates Deanna Nolan and Kelly Miller (to right) squared off in the 2007 WNBA Finals. In 2009, 36 former SEC standouts made their way to WNBA rosters.

10. winninG isn’T eVeryThinG... …but it sure beats the other option. During the last 11 years, Georgia has won 18 NCAA Championships in six different sports. Last year, 11 UGA athletic teams finished in the top 15 at their respective national championships.

TOP 10 REASONS


carla Green williams it starts at the top in athens From President Michael Adams to Director of Athletics Damon Evans to Senior Woman Administrator Carla Green Williams, University of Georgia administrators have first-hand knowledge of the experiences and values of being a student-athlete. All three – and many more on the UGA campus – were intercollegiate athletes. In fact, Evans and Williams were standouts for the Georgia football and basketball programs, respectively, giving them the unique perspective of what makes the University of Georgia and UGA Athletics so special.

“ I feel extremely fortunate as an administrator because I have had the unique opportunity of being a former Lady Dog as well as a former assistant coach with the program. I understand the rich history of the program from many different angles and that helps me continue to provide the support needed for the student-athletes and coaches. It’s great to be able to still have an impact on a program that is very dear to me and so many other former Lady Dogs and coaches.”

sTiLL The PoinT GuarD PoinT GuarD

worDs of wisDoM Teresa Edwards spoke to graduates at UGA’s 2000 commencement ceremonies months after representing the U.S. at her fifth Olympic Games.

Dr. Michael f. adams

“Competing in varsity athletics can be one of the most valuable aspects of a college experience. The lessons you learn on the field or the track or the court stay with you for the rest of your life – teamwork, perseverance, dedication, and self-sacrifice. In balance with academics and the rest of student life, being an athlete is a unique and extraordinary experience.”

Carla Green Williams was a three-year starter for the Lady Bulldogs at point guard in the late-1980s and now is the envy of every former Georgia player. She’s Andy Landers’ boss. Williams has the extremely unique perspective of seeing intercollegiate athletics at virtually every plateau. She competed at the highest level and was an assistant on Landers’ staff during the program’s ultra-successful run in the mid-1990s. Williams has since worked as an administrator at Florida State, Vanderbilt and Georgia.


LeaDershiP By eXaMPLe Damon Evans was a solid contributor during each of his four seasons on the football field in Athens, but he’s made a much more significant impact as Director of Athletics. Evans, who holds two degrees from UGA, moved into his current position in 2004 when he was just 34. Evans was one of the youngest ADs in the nation and the first African-American to hold that position in the SEC. He has been included in Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal’s “40 under 40” of the most prominent individuals in sports under 40 years old and ranked as one of the “101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports” by Sports Illustrated for several years. Georgia Athletics have flourished under his leadership, finishing among the nation’s top-20 teams in the NACDA Director’s Cup the last five years and winning the SEC All-Sports Trophy as the league’s strongest overall athletic program in 2005-06.

Damon evans “Being a student-athlete at the University of Georgia was an honor and a privilege. Most importantly, I was able to attain two degrees! As the Athletic Director, I want student-athletes to have the very best collegiate experience. My goal is that we educate and prepare them for life beyond athletics.” sTaBLe of coaches Georgia features a list of the nation’s most accomplished coaches in virtually every sport. Jack Bauerle (above) was head coach the U.S. Women’s Swimming team at the 2008 Olympics, while the men’s tennis has won four NCAA titles under Manuel Diaz (below). Bauerle and Diaz came to Georgia as student-athletes from Philadelphia and Puerto Rico, respectively, in the 1970s and have never left!

LEADING EADING TTHE HE WA W WAy Ay Ay


one of america’s PreMier coLLeGe Towns has much to offer Athens is the perfect marriage of campus and community. Broad Street is all that separates the University of Georgia’s historic North Campus and a vibrant downtown community filled with restaurants and shopping. Athens has carved its own identity by mixing the best of on-campus academic and athletic opportunities with the individualistic pursuits of a music scene that has turned local artists into worldwide superstars.

hoT coLLeGe Music scenes 1. ATHENS 2. Austin, Texas 3. Cambridge, Massachusetts 4. Chapel Hill, North Carolina 5. Madison, Wisconsin — Rolling Stone

o on The way To The ToP... T Many of music’s biggest names – like Taylor Swift and John Mayer – played intimate Athens venues such as the Georgia Theatre on their way to worldwide stardom.


sPorTsTown, usa! “Roam if you want to” to the spiritual home of alternative rock and the canine abode of Uga VI, where “How ‘bout them Dogs?” is a rhetorical question and the soft Southern sun bathes eclectic, athletic student bodies. — SI On Campus

BesT coLLeGe sPorTs Towns 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN 2. ATHENS 3. AUSTIN, TExAS 4. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 5. BOULDER, COLORADO

— Sports Illustrated On Campus

PhiLLiPs arena...an hour away The NBA, concerts, shows and everything Atlanta has to offer is only an hour away. Nothing like a road trip when you’re caught up on your homework.

oLyMPic GLory ory Not only have former Lady Bulldogs Teresa Edwards and Katrina McClain led the US to Olympic Gold, UGA’s Sanford Stadium was host to the medal rounds of soccer competition during the 1996 Games where Mia Hamm and her teammates captured Gold Medals.

BiG TiMe coLLeGe aThLeTics University of Georgia Athletics rank among national leaders on field and in the stands. Sanford Stadium, in the heart of campus, is where 92,000-plus rabid fans turn the UGA into tailgate central in the fall. Historic Stegeman Coliseum finds many of the same fans cheering with equal enthusiasm throughout the winter. Other UGA facilities such as the Dan Magill Tennis Complex and the Ramsey Center regularly host NCAA Championship events as well.

ATHENS, GA.


Birthplace of public higher education

herTy fieLD The birthplace of Georgia’s athletic juggernaut is today one of the most picturesque places on the UGA campus. In 1892, Georgia fielded its first football team. That squad — and the teams that followed — called Herty Field home. Located behind the UGA Chapel, that’s where the century-old tradition of ringing the Chapel Bell (right) through the night following victories was born.

The University of Georgia is the birthplace of public higher education in the United States. UGA was the first state-chartered university in the entire nation. On Jan. 27, 1785, the Georgia State Legislature drafted the papers to create the University of Georgia. UGA was created two years before the Constitution was signed and four years before George Washington was inaugurated as the first President of the U.S. For more than two centuries, Georgia has been a leader in higher education. Most recently, UGA has been ranked among the top-25 public universities in the nation during each of the past nine years.

caMPus connecTion The University of Georgia campus has grown from a small series of buildings on North Campus to a 615-acre masterpiece that is generally regarded as one of the most efficient and picturesque in the nation.


ALTON BROWN

KYLE CHANDLER

JOSH HOLLAWAY

ERNIE JOHNSON, JR.

WAYNE KNIGHT

DEBORAH ROBERTS

KEITH ROBINSON

RYAN SEACREST

kiPLinGer’s BesT Rk. School 1. NORTH CAROLINA 2. FLORIDA 3. VIRGINIA 4. GEORGIA 5. WILLIAM & MARY 6. SUNY-GENESCO 7. SUNY-BINGHAMTON 8. NEW COLL. OF FLA. 9. MARYLAND 10. SAN DIEGO — Public college in-state values

faMous cLassMaTes Many prominent names in today’s pop culture attended the University of Georgia.

The arch Andy Landers’ 54 four-year letterwinners over the past three decades have combined to earn 55 degrees from UGA. Tina Taylor (below) earned three diplomas from the prestigous Terry College of business, bachelor’s in Accounting and Finance and a master’s in Accounting.

Degree Programs The University of Georgia’s reputation as a leader in higher education is well documented and growing every day. Programs in business, education, journalism, landscape architecture, law, math, public affairs and vetinary medicine are ranked in the top-20 nationally just like the Lady Bulldogs are every season. And there’s something for everyone. All told, UGA offers more than 140 different degrees, everything from accounting to women’s studies.

A NATIONAL LEADER


it’s why They call it home away from home Georgia’s new East Campus Village complex gives the Lady Bulldogs luxury accommodations...and their own bedrooms. The nearly $100 million complex houses 1,200 students and includes a dining hall that rivals a five-star restaurant. Truth be told, you’ll get the comforts of apartment living combined with the convenience of being on campus. Each two-or four-bedroom suite features a common area living room large enough for a big screen TV, as well as kitchen including a fridge as big as the one students left at home.


raMsey cenTer Often imitated but never surpassed, Georgia’s magnificent Ramsey Student Center has become the center piece of UGA’s thriving East Campus area. Opened in 1995, the Ramsey Center includes acres of basketball courts, a pool which hosts the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on a regular basis and a work-out area for students that’s second to none. One visiting coach walked through the Ramsey Center on his way to practice and proclaimed: “this place has more stairmasters than we have stairs on campus.”

rankin sMiTh cenTer Georgia’s student-athletes can concentrate on their studies at the immaculate Rankin Smith Academic Center. Located adjacent to Stegeman Coliseum, the Center includes a wealth of computer work stations and individual tutorial rooms. It also features a “smart classroom” with high-speed internet access at every seat.

rankin smith acadmic center features • • • • •

31,000 square feet 230-seat study hall 55-seat technological “smart” class room 60 desktop computer stations 20 group and individual tutorial rooms

sTuDenT LearninG cenTer In the heart of campus you’ll find the massive Student Learning Center. You could get lost in here and leave four years later with a diploma. The 200,000-square-foot facility combines the best of classroom space, computer work stations and on-line library resources. There are more than 500 individual computer work stations loaded with the latest in educational software.

BuILDING TOMORROW


a history of champions National Championship Trophies have been returning to Athens with greater regularity of late. Georgia has claimed 37 national championships and 130 SEC Championships all-time. Since 1999, Georgia has captured national championships in seven different sports—equestrian, men’s golf, women’s golf, gymnastics, women’s swimming and diving, men’s tennis and women’s tennis. The 2008-09 school year was another banner campaign for the Bulldogs. Georgia claimed national championships in women’s gymnastics and equestrian and 11 of UGA’s 21 athletic teams posted top-15 performances at their national championships. fasT Track To MLB Less than a year after leading Georgia to a runner-up finish at the 2008 College World Series, Gordon Beckham was the starting third baseman for the Chicago White Sox.

haLL caLL Andy Landers, former Lady Bulldogs Katrina McClain and Teresa Edwards and former Bulldog Dominque Wilkins are recent Hall of Fame inductees. In 2006, McClain was the first Georgia player inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in June and Wilkins was enshrined in the Naismith Hall of Fame in September. Landers joined McClain in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2007 and joined the State of Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 2009. Edwards was inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame in 2009 and will be the third UGA representative in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in June 2010.

11 ToP-15s in 2008-09! EqUESTRIAN: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1ST GYMNASTICS:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1ST MEN’S TENNIS:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T-5TH FOOTBALL: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10TH MEN’S SWIM & DIVING: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10TH WOMEN’S SWIM & DIVING: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2ND MEN’S GOLF:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T-3RD SOFTBALL: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T-3RD WOMEN’S TENNIS: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T-3RD MEN’S OUTDOOR T& F: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11TH WOMEN’S GOLF: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15TH finishes listed are from each sport’s respective national championship

ncaa TiTLes (All SpoRtS 1999-09) Rk. School. . . . . . . . .No. 1. UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 2. STANFORD. . . . . . . . . 21 3. GEORGIA . . . . . . . . . . 18 4. AUBURN . . . . . . . . . . 13 SOUTHERN CAL. . . . . 13 6. ARKANSAS . . . . . . . . 12 LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12


True sTuDenT-aThLeTe Rebecca Rowsey set a standard for Georgia Basketball in every facet of her life. Rowsey’s “positive presence” was extremely valuable to the Lady Bulldogs, according to Andy Landers. When not injured, Rowsey was a regular in Georgia’s starting five. She also excelled in UGA’s prestigious Honors Program, graduating with better than a 3.7 GPA. In addition, Rowsey spent time during two summers traveling to Central America as part of religious and medical mission trips. Rowsey is currently in her second year of classes at the University of Tennessee’s Medical School in Memphis, continuing her path toward her ultimate goal of being a doctor.

we are The we are The chaMPions Former Georgia athletes enjoyed a banner year in professional sports in 2006 as seven former Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs were members of teams which won the WNBA and NBA Championships and Super Bowl xL. Deanna Nolan and Hines Ward were MVPs of their respective championships. Shandon Anderson (left), a 10-year NBA veteran, earned an NBA ring with the Miami Heat.

A WINNING TRADITION


The Lady Bulldog Legend Georgia rose from relative obscurity to be one of the nation’s premier college basketball programs in the early 1980s. A quarter-century later, the Lady Bulldogs work hard on a daily basis to maintain the levels of excellence established by their predecessors. The life associated with Georgia Basketball is exceptionally unique. Lady Bulldogs of past and present take pride in attacking every task both on and off the court – with the goal of performing it to perfection. That quest received a significant boost in September 2007 when the Lady Bulldogs christened their $30-million, 120,000-square-foot, second-to-none practice facility. The complex proved once again that there’s nothing quite like living a Lady Bulldog’s life.

“It’s everything we had hoped for. It could very well be the nicest facility of its kind in the entire country. It serves our student-athletes well as they strive to be the best that they can be. Perhaps its greatest compliment is that it’s a very functional building. It’s well thought out, well designed and meticulously appointed.” -Andy Landers


uGa oVerseas Pros

fanTasTic freshMen Meredith Mitchell became the lastest in a long line of Lady Bulldog freshmen to start for Andy Landers. Last season, she became the 62nd freshman starter during his 30 seasons in Athens. Twenty-one of those got the nod for their collegiate debut. Lady Bulldog freshman haven’t only played, they’ve excelled. Georgia players have won six SEC Freshman of the Year honors and have secured 15 Freshman All-America honors.

PriMe TiMe PLayers No less than seven former Georgia standouts were on rosters in 2009, including Deanna Nolan (above) who has helped Detroit to three WNBA titles since 2003. Chances are you can’t turn on a WNBA game without getting a glimpse of a former Lady Bulldog.

Angie Ball Sherill Baker Kara Braxton Kiesha Brown Barbara Bootz Cori Chambers Cynthia Collins Megan Darrah Teresa Edwards Stacey Ford La’Keshia Frett Carla Green Lady Grooms Janet Harris Kedra Holland-Corn Tasha Humphrey Vera Jardim Tammye Jenkins Alexis Kendrick Katrina McClain Coco Miller Kelly Miller Deanna Nolan Lisa O’Connor Dorothy Sanders Christi Thomas Medina Turner

Italy, France Italy, Israel Poland Spain, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Russia Japan Russia, Switzerland Venezuela Spain Italy, Japan, Spain, France, Russia Japan, Spain, France, Italy Hungary, Israel, Korea, Spain Spain Turkey, Italy, Israel Italy, Japan, Spain Italy, France, Spain, Hungary Israel Portugal Japan, Spain, Greece Serbia Japan, Italy, Spain, Turkey Turkey, France, China, Russia Turkey, France, China, Russia Czech Republic, Israel, Italy, Poland, Spain, Russia Japan Spain Italy Belgium, Spain

uPDaTinG a cLassic Historic Stegeman Coliseum, which was christened in 1964, will undergo a 21st century facelift following the 2009-10 season. The exterior walls on the playing court sides of the building will be removed and replaced by a glass facade exterior that will extend to the outer rim of the building’s distinctive arched roof. The expansion will create 10,000 additional square feet in the arena’s concourses to enhance the spectator’s overall experience. The project is possible because of design foresight when the Coliseum was constructed nearly a half century ago that made the building’s unique arched roof a separate structure from the arena itself.

PREMIER PROGRAM


Tracy henderson edwards

“My decision to come to UGA set the standard for the rest of my basketball career. I came into Georgia not knowing much about basketball but I just had an all-natural athletic ability. Playing for Coach Landers taught me to understand the game and be able to push myself and play really hard. It wasn’t just playing basketball but being an athlete.”

Brandi Decker hunter

Becky rowsey

“Coach Landers has the incredible gift of balance. He expects so much of the girls on the basketball court, but along with that is this deep caring and concern for each and every one of them. So many people want to measure a program by wins and losses and how far you go in the tournament, but from my perspective, that of a parent, there are so many things that he does for the girls that mean so much more. I know Rebecca will have a friend for life in Coach Landers, and every member of my family feels the same way about him.”

“We worked hard in practice and we were taught by Coach Landers to prepare for greatness. That’s what we did and it obviously paid off with us making it to the Final Four two years in a row. We were very unified, we spent time with each other outside of basketball, and we genuinely loved each other.”

rebecca rowsey

“I loved everything about my time at Georgia. I found my niche with all of my priorities and Georgia has given me an opportunity to fulfill all of my goals.”

Tina Taylor

“Academics were always important to me, but they became even more important after my injuries. When I came to Georgia my focus was to play basketball and get as far as I could with that. The chips fell in a totally different direction. I was blessed to have Coach Landers to support me. He always said that academics were our first priority. I’m pretty much proof that he is sincere.”

sandra Taylor s

“When Tina signed on the dotted line, I would never have dreamed what the University of Georgia could give her. I don’t know about other places. My daughter didn’t go to other places. As a parent, I just can’t imagine any better situation than what the University of Georgia has to offer.”

WHy GEORGIA?


Media Information Covering the Lady Bulldogs

The Lady Bulldogs generally hold sessions in their practice facility Media covering Lady Bulldog Basketball in need of assistance gym; however, workouts on the day before games are usually held beyond this brochure – interviews, credentials, photography, etc. on the Stegeman Coliseum playing floor. During the Winter Semes– should contact: ter, Georgia will be off on Mondays with no interviews scheduled Mike Mobley, AssociAte scD on that day. UGA sports coMMUnicAtions Media are encouraged to arrange for feature-type interviews eMAil ADDress: mmobley@sports.uga.edu during pre- or post-practice sessions instead of after games. MAil ADDress overniGht ADDress P.O. Box 1472 One Selig Circle Satellite Feeds/Video Athens, Ga. 30603 Athens, Ga. 30605 Interviews with Andy Landers, as well as practice and/or game office phone: (706) 542-1621 video footage, will be included on the Sports Communications ofhoMe phone: (706) 548-0858 fice’s weekly Tuesday satellite feed from 3:30-3:45 p.m. ET. press row phone: (706) 542-8052 In addition, post-game feeds featuring highlights and interviews office fAx: (706) 542-9339 will be offered for most non-televised home games. Those are Mike Mobley generally uplinked at 5:30 p.m. for weekend games and at 10:30 Working Credentials p.m. for weeknight contests. Credentials for members of the media to all regular-season home Contact Mike Mobley or Karen Huff of the UGA Sports Commugames can be obtained through the Sports Communications Office. nications office at 706-542-1621 for dates, times and coordinates. Beat writers and photographers will be issued a single pass for the If you encounter trouble during a feed, please call 706-542-6740. entire season. Requests, in writing, for single-game credentials Media needing to obtain additional highlights of the Lady Bulldogs should be made through Mike Mobley. may do so by contacting either Mobley or Huff.

Photographers & Videographers

Only accredited photographers and videographers working on assignment will be issued credentials to access the designated baseline camera locations. Use of flash is prohibited at all times and all strobe units must be approved by the UGA Sports Communications office. No one is allowed to shoot photos or video at floor level from behind the bench location of either team.

Game Day Media Services

The Stegeman Coliseum press room is located through Portal 3 on the press row side of the floor (see diagram on Page 20). The press room is equipped with wireless high-speed internet connections and telephone lines available on a first-come first-served basis. A room with similar internet and phone lines is available for photographers adjacent to the press room.

SEC Tourney Credentials

Credentials to the 2010 SEC Tournament, March 4-7 at the Arena at Gwinnett in Duluth, can be requested through www.secsportsmedia.com. All credential requests will approved/denied by the SEC via this process.

Interview Schedule

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UGA Sports Communications AssociAte AD/scD Claude Felton AssociAte scDs Tim Hix Christopher Lakos Mike Mobley (WBB) AssistAnt scDs Leland Barrow Steve Colquitt Tanner Tedeschi Ben Beaty pUblicAtions coorDinAtor Karlene Lawrence office MAnAGer Karen Huff GrADUAte AssistAnt Kate Burkholder Cc Robinson stUDent AssistAnts Angela Alfano Sarah Bailey Robert Carnes Peyton Edwards Joseph Feldman Patrick Fitzmaurice Kim Garner Grant Grisamore David Koonin Meredith Milligan Jenny Moss Molly Poitevint Michael Terry Ashley Webb Alex Zerkel stUDent photoGrAphers Parker Moore Julianne Upchurch phone .........(706) 542-1621 fAx .............(706) 542-9339

Georgia’s tentative practice fall schedule features workouts beginning at 2:00 p.m., with interviews conducted beginning at 1:30. That schedule may change in January. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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Interviews will be conducted in the theatre-style conference room adjacent to Portal 2. Media will be surveyed with 3:00 remaining in the game to determine which players will be available. Requests for opposing coaches or players can be made at that time as well; however, those will then be coordinated by the team’s SID. After a cooling off period, Landers will return to the Coliseum floor to conduct his post-game radio show. During this time, players will be available. After completing his radio commitments, Landers will return to the interview area.

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PLEASE NOTE: Beginning in 2009-10, the majority of press seating has been relocated to above Portal 2 in section K of the lower level bowl. A pre-game meal is served approximately 90 minutes prior to tipoff. Complete first-half and final box scores, first- and second-half play-by-plays, first- and second-half shot charts and post-game notes and quotes will be provided to all working media.

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From the Atlanta Airport via I-20 (not through downtown Atlanta) • • • • • • • • • • •

When leaving Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, follow signs to “Riverdale Road”; Turn left onto Riverdale Road and proceed about 2-3 miles to I-285; Take a left onto I-285 East and proceed 17 miles to I-20; Take I-20 East (Augusta) and proceed to Exit 42 (Conyers/Highway 138); Turn left onto Highway 138 and proceed approximately 20 miles where Highway 138 merges with Highway 78 East; Continue on Highway 78 for approximately 18 miles until it intersects Highway 316; Make a right onto Highway 316 and proceed approximately 2.5 miles to Highway 10 South (Athens Bypass); Make a right onto Highway 10 and proceed to 3-4 miles to the second exit (Milledge Avenue); Make a left onto Milledge and proceed 1.5 miles until it intersects with Lumpkin Street (there is a Golden Pantry/Shell gas station on the corner); Make a right onto Lumpkin and proceed 1-2 miles to Smith Street, which immediately past the Georgia Track & Field Complex on your right); Make a right onto Smith Street and the entrance to Stegeman Coliseum’s media parking is 200 yards on the right.

From the Atlanta Airport via I-85 (through downtown Atlanta) • • • • • • • • •

When leaving Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, follow the signs to I-85 North (Atlanta); Proceed on I-85 North through downtown Atlanta, remaining on I-85 (Greenville); Once I-85 splits from I-75 proceed approximately 20 miles to Georgia Highway 316 “Athens”; Take Highway 316 for approximately 35 miles to Athens; Make a right onto Highway 10 South (Athens Bypass); Proceed to 3-4 miles to the second exit (Milledge Avenue); Make a left onto Milledge and proceed 1.5 miles until it intersects with Lumpkin Street (there is a Golden Pantry/Shell gas station on the corner); Make a right onto Lumpkin and proceed 1-2 miles to Smith Street, which immediately past the Georgia Track & Field Complex on your right); Make a right onto Smith Street and the entrance to Stegeman Coliseum’s media parking is 200 yards on the right. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball


Radio network Lady Bulldogs Broadcast Statewide

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Lady Bulldog Quick Facts

Lady Bulldog Basketball broadcasts are part of the Georgia Bulldog Radio Network, which is owned by ISP Sports. ISP provides radio network production for more than 30 major college athletic programs in the SEC and other prominent conferences nationwide. Day-to-day management of the network is overseen by the company’s “Georgia Sports Properties” staff in Athens, which also handles the sales and marketing of Bulldog sports. In Athens, Lady Bulldog games have aired on WRFC AM 960 The Ref since 2007-08 and either WRFC or sister stations WNGC FM or Magic 102.1 FM since 1991. One constant remains the exceptionally exciting play-by-play of Jeff Dantzler, who is in his 17th season with the Lady Bulldogs and also is play-by-play announcer for Bulldog Baseball and co-hosts pre- and post-game shows for Georgia Football. The following stations also will air the Lady Bulldogs this year: WCLA AM 1470 (Claxton) WXKT FM 103.7 (Gainesville) WDDK FM 103.9 (Greensboro) WCEH AM 610 (Hawkinsville) WWNS AM 1240 (Statesboro) WSYL AM 1490 (Sylvania) WTGA FM 101.1 (Thomaston) WTGA AM 1590 (Thomaston)

Media Outlets Covering the Lady Bulldogs

Jeff DAntzler, Radio Play-by-play 1010 Tower Place; Bogart, GA 30622 (706) 549-6222; jeffdantzler1710@msn.com

sports eDitor, The Red & Black 540 Baxter St.; Athens, GA 30606 (706) 543-1809; sports@randb.com

trAcy cArMony, WXIA-TV (NBC) 1611 West Peachtree St.; Atlanta, GA 30309 (404) 873-9146; tcarmony@wxia.gannett.com

pAUl newberry, Associated Press Centennial Tower Suite 2420; Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 522-8971; email: pnewberry@ap.org

will hAMMock, Gwinnett Daily Post P.O. Box 603, Lawrenceville, GA 30046 (770) 963-9205; will.hammock@gwinnettdailypost.com

chip zeller, WAGA-TV (FOX) P.O. Box 4207; Atlanta, GA 30302 (404) 898-0150; chip.zeller@foxtv.com

DAviD chinG, Athens Daily News P.O. Box 912; Athens, GA 30613 (706) 208-2239; david.ching@onlineathens.com

scott howArD, WNGC-Radio 850 Bobbin Mill Rd.; Athens, GA 30605 (706) 549-1715; solongeverybody@yahoo.com

corey AnDerson, WGCL-TV (CBS) 425 14th Street NW; Atlanta, GA 30318 (404) 327-3250; corey.anderson@cbs46.com

tiM tUcker, Atlanta Journal-Constitution P.O. Box 4689 (404) 526-9559; ttucker@ajc.com

coDy chAffins, WNEG-TV (CBS) DAve Johnston; WRFC-Radio 802 E. Doyle Street; Toccoa, GA 30577 1010 Tower Place; Bogart, GA 30622 (706) 549-6222; davidj@southernbroadcasting.com (706) 886-0032; sports@wneg32.com

DAviD hAle, Macon Telegraph P.O. Box 4167; Macon, GA 31208 (858) 405-8280; dhale@macontel.com

sports Director; WUOG Radio P.O. Box 2065; Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-7100

MAtt stewArt, Comcast Sports Southeast 2975 Courtyard Dr.; Norcross, GA 30071 (770) 559-2262; matt-stewart@cable.comcast.com

DAviD pAschAll, Chattanooga Times P.O. Box 1447; Chattanooga, TN 37401 (423) 757-6524; dpaschall@timesfreepress.com

eric hAGer, WSB-TV (ABC) 1601 West Peachtree St.; Atlanta, GA 30309 (404) 897-7587; kevin.gerke@wsbtv.com

AnDy pollAck, FSN South1175 Peachtree St. NE; 100 Colony Square, Suite 200; Atlanta, GA 30361 (404) 230-7355; apollack@foxsports.net

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heAD coAch Andy Landers (Tennessee Tech ’74) overAll recorD 807-260 (.756), 34 years recorD At GeorGiA 725-239 (.752), 30 years AssistAnt coAches La’Keshia Frett (Georgia ’97) Kim Hairston (Richmond ’00) Cameron Newbauer (IU-Fort Wayne ’01) Director of bbAll ops Heather LaBarbera (Georgia ’02) ADMinistrAtive AssociAte Ann Smith ADMinistrAtive AssistAnt Amy Jones (Presbyterian ’08) Athletic trAiner Shannon Becker (Wis.-La Crosse ’04) GrAD AssistAnt MAnAGers Sara Kate Greene (Georgia ’08) stUDent AssistAnt coAch Nicole Stroud stUDent MAnAGers Renae Bracken Luke Cross Mac McIntosh Alex Stanley Chase White stUDent Athletic trAiner Katherine Stroer phone ......... (706) 542-1176 fAx .............(706) 542-7984

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Stegeman Coliseum M E D I A

home Court Edge

Lady Bulldogs in Stegeman

Stegeman Coliseum has provided the Lady Bulldogs with a superior home court advantage for three-plus decades. Georgia has compiled a 352-80 record in 34 seasons of competition at Stegeman, a winning percentage of 81.5 percent which ranks among the best in the nation. The Lady Bulldogs have gone undefeated at home no less than six times, most recently with a 14-0 mark during the 2002-03 campaign. From Dec. 2, 1984 through Dec. 4, 1987, Georgia recorded 40 consecutive home victories. At the time, that streak ranked eighth all-time in NCAA history. It still stands as the 25th-longest home winning streak in the history of Division I women’s hoops.

Season-by-Season

1975-76......................... 6-2 1976-77....................... 1-10 1977-78......................... 3-7 1978-79......................... 4-6 1979-80....................... 11-4 1980-81....................... 10-2 1981-82......................... 9-2 1982-83....................... 10-1 1983-84....................... 15-0 1984-85....................... 12-1 1985-86....................... 15-0 1986-87....................... 13-0 1987-88......................... 8-4 1988-89....................... 11-1 1989-90....................... 10-1 1990-91....................... 15-0 1991-92......................... 9-4 1992-93....................... 12-3 1993-94......................... 8-2 1994-95....................... 13-2 1995-96....................... 12-0 1996-97....................... 12-2 1997-98......................... 7-4 1998-99....................... 12-2 1999-00....................... 11-1 2000-01....................... 14-1 2001-02......................... 9-4 2002-03....................... 14-0 2003-04....................... 10-2 2004-05....................... 13-2 2005-06......................... 9-2 2006-07....................... 11-2 2007-08....................... 13-3 2008-09....................... 10-3 totAls ..................... 352-80

Stegeman Coliseum Records

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43 by Katrina McClain vs. UNC-Charlotte (2/10/87) by Katrina McClain vs. Western Kentucky (2/10/86) by Adrienne Shuler vs. Florida State (1/31/91) by Ashley Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06) by Sherill Baker vs. Mississippi State (1/19/06) by Kedra Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/97) by Adrienne Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89) by Tracy Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95)

Georgia

124 68 35 34 13 13 13

vs. Mercer (2/11/81) vs. UNC Asheville (1/23/80) vs. Louisville (3/17/84) vs. Georgia Southern (11/28/95) vs. Georgia State (12/4/01) vs. Maine (11/18/01) vs. Louisville (3/19/95) 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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35 35 23 12 10

by Jennifer Gillom (Ole Miss) vs. Tennessee 1986 SEC Tournament (3/1/86) by Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82) by Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee Tech (3/16/85) by Lori Gross, Vanderbilt (1/14/84) by Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84)

9 by Meribeth Feenstra, Liberty (3/16/01)

Opponent

97 63 24 23 11

by Connecticut (1/20/97) by Tennessee (1/8/96) by Clemson (11/28/79) by Ohio State (11/30/91) by Liberty (3/16/01)


Southeastern Conference Furthering the league’s status as a leader in athletics

The Southeastern Conference, with its Florida (3rd), LSU (9th), Georgia (18th), storied 77-year history of athletic achieveTennessee (23rd) and Arkansas (25th). ments and academic excellence, has built Georgia posted its 14th top-20 Director’s perhaps the greatest tradition of intercolCup effort in the 16 years the award has legiate competition of any league in the been contested. country since its inception in 1933. Individually, 53 SEC student-athletes The 2008-09 academic year was angarnered individual national titles, while other season to remember for the SEC, 323 individuals earned first-team Allas league teams captured five NCAA America honors. SEC student-athletes Championships – not to mention a sixth around the conference continued to excel national title by Georgia’s equestrian proin the classroom as well with 39 securing gram – and six national runner-up finishes. spots on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Since 1990, the SEC has now won 131 Academic All-America squads. Mike Slive has led the SEC to NCAA team crowns. Such standards are commonplace new heights since becoming Georgia did its fair share to help the SEC commissioner in 2002. within the Southeastern Conference. maintain national prominence. SEC schools began competing with one The women’s gymnastics team captured the 2009 another over 100 years ago as members of the SouthNCAA Championship, the Gym Dogs’ fifth straight and ern Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Seven institu10th overall national title. The equestrian team also won tions (Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Georgia Tech, North its fourth national title. All told, 15 of Georgia’s 21 ath- Carolina, Sewanee and Vanderbilt) attended the SIAA letic teams placed at their respective championships, organizational meeting in Atlanta on Dec. 22, 1894. including 11 top-15 efforts. In addition to the national At the Southern Conference meetings on Dec. 8titles, other top performances came from women’s 9, 1932, the league’s 13 members located west and swimming & diving (2nd), men’s golf (t-3rd), softball south of the Appalachian Mountains reorganized as (t-3rd), women’s tennis (t-3rd), men’s tennis (t-5th), the Southeastern Conference. Ten of those institufootball (10th) and men’s swimming & diving (10th). tions still remain members today. Arkansas and South The SEC placed five schools in the top 25 of the final Carolina became the first schools ever added to the 2008-09 NACDA Director’s Cup rankings, including league in 1990.

nCAA Tourney Bids Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

League SEC ACC Big Ten Big East Pac-10 Big 12 Atlantic 10 Conference-USA Sun Belt 10. Missouri Valley

no. 170 128 112 101 89 77 66 43 43 37

nCAA Tourney Wins Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

League SEC ACC Big East Big Ten Pac-10 Big 12 Sun Belt Atlantic 10 Independents

Wins 318 185 168 136 116 107 64 50 32

2009 Opening Day WnBA Players Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 11.

League SEC Big East ACC Big Ten Pac-10 Big 12 Colonial Athletic Mountain West Conference-USA WAC Big South

no. 36 21 19 11 11 9 4 3 3 3 2

WnBA 1st Round Draft Picks Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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SEC Women’s Basketball The numbers of the Game

◊ SEC teams have earned appearances in 25 of 28 NCAA Final Fours, an accomplishment unmatched by any other league. Overall, SEC squads have filled 34 of the 108 Final Four berths, including having two Final Four teams in 1988, 1989, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008. ◊ SEC teams have made 18 appearances in a nationleading 16 NCAA Championship games, winning seven national titles. The league had the distinction of providing both national finalists twice in its history: in 1996 (Georgia & Tennessee) and in 1989 (Auburn & Tennessee). ◊ SEC teams have won 318 NCAA Tournament games against 162 losses (.663) for an average of 11.4 NCAA wins per year. ◊ The SEC has paced the pack in NCAA Tournament bids 21 times in its 28-year history. Until 2004, the SEC was the only league to ever have eight teams receive NCAA bids, doing so in 1999 and 2002.

Individual honors

◊ The SEC has had 56 players named first-team AllAmerican a total of 83 times since 1982. ◊ The SEC has had three Honda-Broderick Cup Award winners, including Katrina McClain in 1987, and six Naismith Player of the Year honorees, including Saudia Roundtree in 1996. ◊ Over the past 28 years, 38 Final Four All-Tournament Team members have come from SEC schools. In 1996, the entire all-tournament team was made up of SEC players, including La’Keshia Frett and Saudia Roundtree. ◊ Ten NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship winners, including Kelly Miller and Rebecca Rowsey, and 28 Academic All-Americans hail from the SEC.

Dominance In the Polls

◊ In terms of rankings, the SEC has the richest history of any conference and boast more poll appearances than any other. SEC teams have been ranked 494 consecutive weeks in the AP Poll. ◊ League teams have been ranked 2,507 times, including 1,250 top-10 appearances and 711 top-5 appearances.

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SID Directory M E D I A

SID Contact (email address)

Office Phone Office Fax

Press Row

Home Phone

SID Contact (email address)

Office Phone Office Fax

Alabama

Jessica Pare (jpare@ia.ua.edu)

205-348-6763

205-348-8841

205-348-6084 205-348-8841

334-229-4511

334-262-2971

334-262-0159 334-322-5100

Arkansas

Jeri Thorpe (jthorpe@uark.edu)

479-575-5037

479-575-7481

479-575-6622 479-443-3219

Auburn

Matt Crouch (mcrouch@auburn.edu)

334-844-9709

334-844-9807

334-844-1933 334-740-4109

Chattanooga

Anne Wehunt (anne-horten@utc.edu)

423-425-4618

423-425-4610

423-756-5476 423-933-5764

Clemson

Jeff Kallin (kallin@clemson.edu)

864-656-1920

864-656-0299

864-654-3326 580-944-3859

Detroit Mercy

Maggie Walsh (walshmm@udmercy.edu)

313-993-1745

313-993-1765

313-993-1750 313-993-1745

Florida

Kathy Cafazzo (kathyc@gators.uaa.ufl.edu)

352-375-4683

352-375-4809

352-367-1801 352-316-4575

Georgia

Mike Mobley (mmobley@sports.uga.edu)

706-542-1621

706-542-9339

706-542-8052 706-548-0858

Georgia Tech

Dan Goldberger (dgoldberger@athletics.gatech.edu)

404-894-5445

404-894-1248

404-894-5458 678-872-7568

Jackson State

Wesley Peterson (msjag_jsuamr@yahoo.com)

601-979-5899 24

601-979-2000

601-979-2382 601-503-5898

Home Phone

Kentucky

859-257-3838

Alabama State

LaTonia Thirston (lathirston@alasu.edu)

Press Row

Susan Lax (slax0@uky.edu) 859-323-4310

859-323-5900 859-608-5019

LSU

225-578-8204

Bill Martin (wmarti4@lsu.edu) 225-578-1861

225-578-8226 225-270-1665

Mississippi State

Jay Middleton (jgm71@msstate.edu)

662-325-0972

662-325-2563

662-325-3776 662-418-9139

Ole Miss

Jay D’Abramo (jdabramo@olemiss.edu)

662-915-7896

662-915-7006

662-236-1931 662-815-3060

SID Contact (email address)

Office Phone Office Fax

405-325-8231

405-325-7623

405-325-1024 405-834-2984

Rutgers

Stacey Brann (sbrann@scarletknights.com)

732-445-7886

732-445-3063

732-445-4200 732-921-6746

Savannah State

Opio Mashariki (masharik@savstate.edu)

912-356-2446

912-353-3073

912-353-5274 912-353-5274

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

361-825-3411

361-825-3218

UAB

205-934-0725

205-934-7505

601-266-5428 601-264-4507

South Carolina

Diana Koval (dkoval@mailbox.sc.edu)

803-777-7977

803-777-2967

803-777-6182 314-369-6050

Tennessee

Debby Jennings (djennings@utk.edu)

865-974-4275

865-974-8875

865-974-0110 865-690-8600

Tennessee State

Zekeya Znderson (zanderson01@tnstate.edu)

615-963-1867

615-963-7692

615-962-7616 615-942-6508

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205-934-0720 330-417-8145

Vanderbilt

Chris Weinman (chris.weinman@vanderbilt.edu)

615-322-4121

615-343-7064

615-320-0436 615-336-4222

Virginia

Amy Mulligan (amulligan@virginia.edu)

434-982-5534

434-982-5525

434-296-5910 434-981-5235

Southeastern Conference

205-458-3000

Tammy Wilson (twilson@sec.org) 205-458-3030

205-957-0075

Georgia GameDay Media Staff

Official Scorer: Official Timer: Shot Clock: Scoreboard: Stat Crew:

Southern Miss

601-266-4507

361-826-4972 337-302-4722

Michelle Cunningham (mcunning@uab.edu)

Shirley hill (shirley.jones-hill@usm.edu)

601-266-4506

Home Phone

Josh Brown (joshua.brown@tamucc.edu)

Oklahoma

Jared Thompson (jaredthompson@ou.edu)

Press Row

Press Room Manager: Food Room Manager: Media Relations:

Derek Floyd Chris Whatley Trevor Washington Bud Weston Alan Calhoun Mark Hynds Rhonda Kilpatrick Jason Williamson Sandi Behr Ann Smith Angela Alfano Kate Burkholder Robert Carnes Jenny Moss Matt Oxford Cc Robinson Loree Ann Thompson Mollie Wallace Ashley Webb


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Andy Landers

no. 1 Ashley houts 5-6 • Senior • Guard Trenton, Ga.

6-2 • Freshman • Forward Dallas, Texas

no. 11 Meredith Mitchell

no. 12 Jasmine hassell

no. 13 Angie Criner

725-239 in 30 seasons at UGA 807-260 in 34 seasons overall

6-1 • Sophomore • Guard Midfield, Ala.

6-2 • Freshman • Forward Lebanon, Tenn.

no. 2 Ebony Jones

5-8 • Junior • Guard Tulsa, Okla.

no. 3 Anne Marie Armstrong no. 10 Jasmine James 6-3 • Freshman • Guard Norcross, Ga.

5-9 • Freshman • Guard Memphis, Tenn.

no. 15 Jaleesa Rhoden

no. 21 Porsha Phillips

5-8 • Junior • Guard London, Ontario

6-2 • Junior • Forward Stone Mountain, Ga.

Pronunciation Guide no. 22 Christy Marshall 6-1 • Senior • Guard Savannah, Ga.

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no. 23 Tamika Willis 6-2 • Freshman • Forward College Park, Ga.

no. 30 Candace Williams no. 33 Angel Robinson 5-8 • Freshman • Guard Blairsville, Ga.

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6-5 • Senior • Forward Marietta, Ga.

Ashley houts – howtz Jaleesa Rhoden Jah-lee-sah Rowe-den


no. 1 2 3 10 11 12 13 15 21 22 23 30 33

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name Pos. Ashley houts G Ebony Jones F Anne Marie Armstrong G Jasmine James G Meredith Mitchell G Jasmine hassell F Angie Criner G Jaleesa Rhoden G Porsha Phillips F Christy Marshall G Tamika Willis F Candace Williams G Angel Robinson F

ht. 5-6 6-2 6-3 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-8 5-8 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-8 6-5

Cl.-Exp. Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-Tr. RJr.-2L Jr.-1L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS RSr.-3L

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hometown / School Trenton, Ga. / Dade County High School Dallas, Texas / Cedar Hill High School Norcross, Ga. / Wesleyan School Memphis, Tenn. / Bartlett High School Midfield, Ala. / Midfield High School Lebanon, Tenn. / Wilson Central High School Tulsa, Okla. / Jenks High School / Butler (Kan.) CC London, Ontario / London Central Secondary School Stone Mountain, Ga. / Redan High School / Tr.-LSU Savannah, Ga. / Beach High School College Park, Ga. / Westlake High School Blairsville, Ga. / Union County High School Marietta, Ga. / Marietta High School

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no. name Pos. ht. Cl.-Exp. hometown / School 6-3 Fr.-HS Norcross, Ga. / Wesleyan School 3 Anne Marie Armstrong G G 5-8 Jr.-Tr. Tulsa, Okla. / Jenks High School / Butler (Kan.) CC 13 Angie Criner F 6-2 Fr.-HS Lebanon, Tenn. / Wilson Central High School 12 Jasmine hassell G 5-6 Sr.-3L Trenton, Ga. / Dade County High School 1 Ashley houts G 5-9 Fr.-HS Memphis, Tenn. / Bartlett High School 10 Jasmine James F 6-2 Fr.-HS Dallas, Texas / Cedar Hill High School 2 Ebony Jones G 6-1 Sr.-3L Savannah, Ga. / Beach High School 22 Christy Marshall G 6-1 So.-1L Midfield, Ala. / Midfield High School 11 Meredith Mitchell F 6-2 Jr.-1L Stone Mountain, Ga. / Redan High School / Tr.-LSU 21 Porsha Phillips G 5-8 RJr.-2L London, Ontario / London Central Secondary School 15 Jaleesa Rhoden F 6-5 RSr.-3L Marietta, Ga. / Marietta High School 33 Angel Robinson G 5-8 Fr.-HS Blairsville, Ga. / Union County High School 30 Candace Williams F 6-2 Fr.-HS College Park, Ga. / Westlake High School 23 Tamika Willis Head Coach: Andy Landers (Tennessee Tech ’74) Pronunciation Guide 807-260 (.756), in 34 seasons overall Ashley Houts – Howtz • Jaleesa Rhoden – Jah-lee-sah Rowe-den 725-239 (.752), in 30 seasons at UGA Assistant Coaches: La’Keshia Frett (Georgia ’97); Kim Hairston (Richmond ’00); Cameron Newbauer (IU-Fort Wayne ’01) Director of Ops: Heather LaBarbera (Georgia ’02) Athletic Trainer: Shannon Becker (Wis.-La Crosse ’04) Student Asst. Coach: Nicole Stroud Grad. Asst. Manager: Sara Kate Green (Georgia ’08) 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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Rosters Breakdown By Class:

Seniors......................................3 Ashley Houts Christy Marshall Angel Robinson

Juniors ......................................3 Angie Criner Porsha Phillips Jaleesa Rhoden

Sophomores .......................... 1 Meredith Mitchell

Freshmen................................ 6

Anne Marie Armstrong Jasmine Hassell Jasmine James Ebony Jones Candace Williams Tamika Willis

By Height:

6-5 Robinson 6-3 Armstrong 6-2 Hassell, Jones, Phillips, Willis

6-1 Marshall, Mitchell 5-9 James 5-8 Criner, Rhoden, Williams

5-6 Houts

By State/Country:

Alabama ................................... 1 Mitchell

Canada ...................................... 1 Rhoden

Georgia ..................................... 7 Armstrong, Houts, Marshall, Phillips, Robinson, Williams, Willis

Oklahoma ................................ 1 Criner

Tennessee...............................2 Hassell, James

Texas .......................................... 1 Jones

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Lady Bulldog Perceptions M E D I A

Details

The most vital component to Dedication (page 63)

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TEAM

Persistence

(page 47)

Desire (page 66)

Belief

(page 50)

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(page 52)

Strength (page 69)

Togetherness (page 72)


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SUCCESS is... Instinct

Courage

(page 54)

Vision

(page 56)

hard Work (page 74)

(page 59)

Family (page 61)

Passion (page 76)

For an interpretation of each player’s answer, please visit their portrait page in the biography portion of the media guide. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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Excited about the extra ingredients During his hall of fame career, Andy Landers has “When you’re locked in to one set of skills, it limits the heard just about every coaching adage imaginable. things that you would like to do as a coach,” Landers One that sticks out in his mind involves newcomers said. “When you sub and you bring in another set or who join a basketball team. other abilities or when you can mix your lineup and your “Newcomers are the spice of a basketball team” lineup goes from being capable of doing one thing to goes the saying, the interpretation being that first-year doing something else, then as a coach, you have more players provide an extra ingredient that might not have cards to play and your strategies are expanded.” been there in the past. Though the Lady Bulldogs suffered a major blow two This fall, Landers welcomed seven newcomers who days before pre-season practices began when senior have been rated as one of the nation’s top-five recruiting Christy Marshall tore the ACL in her right knee, Georgia classes by most scouting services. Those additions will appears better suited to weather such a setback than in give Landers the ability to spice up the Lady Bulldogs previous years. The Lady Bulldogs’ dozen-deep roster in the coming months, not just with proverbial salt and should still provide competition – and perhaps more pepper but with some more exotic additions to the importantly, depth – at all five positions. recipe like cumin, garlic, paprika and saffron. “As coaches, we’ve felt a “I’m very excited,” Landers said. “I think our “We have a different little bit handicapped,” Landmanagers are excited. I think our trainer is excited. ers said. “We couldn’t press skill set and a wider or run because we knew we I think our players are excited. I think everybody is excited because they can see there’s a number of variety of options wouldn’t have the energy pieces that can be placed together to form pictures. to do that for the long haul, than we’ve had...” whether that be a game or And those pieces can be put together to form pictures that look similar or they can look different. – Andy Landers the season. Hopefully, we We have a different skill set and wider variety of will move in the direction of options than we’ve had the last couple of years.” being a full-court basketball team.” Last year, the Lady Bulldogs played from January The Lady Bulldogs’ base begins with three returning through March with only eight scholarship players, starters and two additional letterwinners. Though that several of whom were nursing injuries. The result was quintet of players is battle-tested, Landers would like a very short bench and even fewer options to shake to see significant steps in their development, both as things up. a group and individually.

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“We would like to affect to some extent a change in their competitiveness and their success in competing,” Landers said. Added to the mix is a seven-player group of newcomers that has already impressed Landers and his staff. “This class of newcomers seems to be extremely eager to contribute,” Landers said. “On the floor and off the floor, they have been exceptional. This entire class wants to please in everything that they do. They don’t have their own agenda. They have a Georgia agenda. They want to adhere to and uphold that agenda. We have a group of inexperienced players, all of whom could earn key roles on this team.” One thing that appears apparent is that there will be more roles to fill this season. “Going into this season, the term ‘starter’ does not carry the same relevance as in the past because of the sheer numbers,” Landers said. “There are others who are capable of playing and contributing at a high level. If you look at how we have played the last couple of years, maybe even longer, a starter was someone who was going to be on the floor unless something bad happened. Now, a starter is a person who could come out of the game so that something else good could happen. The relevance of being a starter does not carry as much weight as it has in the past.” Perhaps more important, competition will not be confined to games, it will take place daily in practices as the Lady Bulldogs rebuild their competitiveness.


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“We’re going to have somebody competing with and “I think Jasmine has outstanding potential.” Landers supporting our starter at every position,” Landers said. said. “JJ has speed. She has quickness. She has the “That is something that should be a valuability to score in a variety of ways... able asset to this basketball team.” the dribble, from deep, penetrating, “I think we have one off running the floor. She has a great opThe Backcourt portunity to factor in early on.” of the best point To witness where the added depth Though a newcomer to Athens, Criner guards in the country is battled-tested will be welcomed, one need look no in the college basketball and on any given further than the point. For the past two world after playing at Arkansas State as years, Ashley Houts has played more night, she’s the best.” a freshman in 2007-08 and starring at minutes than any player in Lady Bulldog Butler Community College in Kansas a – Andy Landers year ago. history. A year ago, she logged all but 67.6 seconds of 14 SEC regular-season “Angie is a person who can fit where games, once playing 16 minutes with four fouls. we need her on the perimeter,” Landers said. “We have “I think we have one of the best point guards in hopes that she can play some ‘1.’ We know that she the country, and on any given night, she’s the best,” can play either wing. She’s benefitted by having played Landers said. “I’m hoping she’ll play 33-34 minutes a Division I and junior college basketball. Although she’s a game instead of 40. If so, I think Ashley will play better, new player, she has all the qualities and characteristics maybe not in game 1 or 5 or 10, but in game 15 or 20 of a junior.” and beyond. That’s when a season starts to take its Four more guards will be competing for playing time physical and mental toll. Not only because of games on the wings. The loss of Marshall, the 2007 SEC Sixth but because of having taken, at times, twice as many Woman of the Year who has displayed periodic glimpses reps in practice because of the absence of another of the physical tools to take over a game throughout player at that position.” her career in Athens, put a strain on Georgia’s amount Two newcomers – freshman Jasmine James and of perimeter experience. She was injured in a team junior Angie Criner – will likely vie for time backing up workout just 48 hours before the first official practice Houts; however, both of those players are also expected of the fall on October 16. to make an impact on the wing. “Christy has experience our other wings don’t posJames is the first three-time winner of the Memphis sess, and she will definitely be missed,” Landers said. Commerical Appeal’s Best of Preps award as the city’s “It just rips my guts out every time a kid fall and grabs player of the year in the 40-year history of the honor. their knee. It’s an all-too-common injury in women’s She arrives in Athens with a slew of prep stats, most basketball. My heart goes out to Christy. We’re all in a notably with scoring averages in the mid-20s. state of shock at this point.” 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

Junior Jaleesa Rhoden has been plagued by injuries of both the substantial and slight nature over the past two seasons. A year ago, she was the Lady Bulldogs’ most aggressive perimeter defender, a valuable characteristic for any team. “Unfortunately, Jaleesa has been a poster child for injuries but has rehabbed and overcome off season injuries and has had a very good fall,” Landers said. “At times last year, she was a person who brought the fight and the aggression to the table that it takes to win. If she can stay healthy and be consistent with that, she could develop into a key player.” Meredith Mitchell became more and more comfortable as last season progressed and chipped in meaningful minutes at times, including a serious spark against Kentucky in the SEC Tournament when she scored seven quick points to all but single-handedly erase a nine-point deficit. “Meredith has given credibility to the thought that the greatest improvement in a college player occurs from the end of their freshman year to the beginning of their sophomore year,” Landers said. “She’s been diligent in the weight room. She’s worked on specific skills that she needed to work on and has improved those. She’s a much better player going into her sophomore year than she was going into her freshman year.” Mention the potential of freshman Anne Marie Armstrong and a smile quickly crosses Landers’ face. An all-sports phenom at the Wesleyan School, Armstrong combined to win 10 team and individual state titles in basketball, volleyball and track & field. “I said it when we signed her and I’m saying it again now, Anne Marie is someone who it’s going to be fun 31


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and interesting to watch develop,” Landers said. “She’s a player who has played a lot of different sports and never really concentrated on one. She has the athletic ability and the physical size to be outstanding. She has a very good skill set. She can play multiple positions and I rather suspect she will.” Walk-on Candace Williams sports a respectable resumé from Union County High School both on the court – 1,601 career points in three seasons – and off – a top-10 ranking in her graduating class there. “Candace is a sharp-shooter who has done a very nice job becoming a member of our basketball team,” Landers said. “Throughout conditioning and workouts this fall, she has impressed the staff and her teammates not only with the ability to keep up with the pack but to be at or near the lead a good bit of the time.”

The Frontcourt

Like its counterparts on the perimeter, the Lady Bulldogs’ paint presence is anchored by veterans but should benefit greatly from an influx of talent. Senior Angel Robinson became the first Lady Bulldog in more than two decades to lead the SEC in rebounding last season. However, Landers is more excited about her stretch run. During the last eight games of the campaign, Robinson averaged 14.8 points and 11.5 boards (with five double-doubles) while shooting 58.8 percent from the field. “Angel, at the end of the year last year, started to make the move into the next level,” Landers said. “Unfortunately for her, Angel hasn’t had a lot of off season opportunities because of injuries and rehabs. The same was true this summer. If she can pick up somewhere 32

around where she was those last 8-10 games of the year and start to move forward, Angel Robinson could be a special player. She’s extremely skilled. She’s got great physical attributes. It’s a matter of becoming possessed with the idea of doing more.” Porsha Phillips displayed the athletic ability to take over games last season, including doing so in big wins over Vanderbilt and Auburn. Still, Landers believes the junior has much more to give, and she can do so on a nightly basis. “Porsha has started to address the one thing that will allow her to become an even better player,” Landers said. “That’s the mental toughness piece that allows her to practice and perform at an all-star level. She has all-star capabilities. She just has to continue to progress and be consistent in the way that she closes that gap from where she is to where she could be. It has to be day to day, and it has to be minute to minute.” The abilities and potential of Georgia’s three newcomers in the low post are vast, from a polished prep All-American to a tremendously athletic relative newcomer to the game. Jasmine Hassell is the latest in a long line of prep All-Americans to make their way to Athens, a ledger that includes current teammates Houts, Phillips and Robinson. She led Wilson Central High to two Tennessee state titles and was also a two-time Miss Tennessee Basketball for Class AAA. “Jasmine is very fundamental,” Landers said. “She has great size coupled with great power. The thing that impresses isn’t that she has those qualities but the manner in which she uses them. She is fundamental, aggressive with her power and with her size. At this 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

point, I would say she’s fearless and is very coachable... but that comes from having been coached well.” Tamika Willis was ranked as one of the nation’s top-50 recruits and named the Player of the Year for talent-rich Metro Atlanta by the Atlanta Tip-off Club in 2009. She also was the Most Valuable Player for the South team in the Georgia Coaches Association’s All-Star game. “Tamika is extremely strong and has a great presence around the basket,” Landers said. “She has a nice shot from 15 feet and is powerful. The thing that has impressed me most in drills is that she has a knack for using her size in the post. She understands how to use her size to get things done. She’s got a good frame. She’s strong. She’s got a knack to be able to get the ball up. I’m pretty sure if we get her the ball down low, she’ll be able to score.” Ebony Jones’ athletic ability first jumped off the screen at the Georgia coaching staff in videos sent by her high school coaches. Now, they’re equally impressed with what they’ve seen on campus. A standout in volleyball and track & field, Jones only began playing varsity basketball as a junior at Cedar Hill High. “Ebony can run with anyone on our basketball team at 6-3,” Landers said. “She’s an extremely fluid and smooth runner and transitional player. She looks to have the potential to be a very good shot blocker. She gets to the ball and has good timing going to the ball and then rebounding the blocked shots. She’ll help us in transition right away. She can fly. “Ebony, much like Anne Marie, is someone who has been successful in several sports,” Landers said. “We’re very excited to see what happens when all her energy and focus is on basketball.”


In this section...

Andy Landers biography....................................... 34-37 Andy Landers by the numbers....................................38 La’Keshia Frett biography...........................................39 Kim Hairston biography ..............................................40 Cameron Newbauer biography...................................41 Support Staff biographies ..................................... 42-44 Administration biographies ................................... 45-46 Ashley Houts biography........................................ 47-49 Ebony Jones biography ........................................ 50-51 Anne Marie Armstrong biography ......................... 52-53 Jasmine James biography .................................... 54-55 Meredith Mitchell biography.................................. 56-58 Jasmine Hassell biography................................... 59-60 Angie Criner biograph........................................... 61-62 Jaleesa Rhoden biography ................................... 63-65 Porsha Phillips biography ..................................... 66-68 Christy Marshall biography ................................... 69-71 Tamika Willis biography ........................................ 72-73 Candace Williams biography ................................ 74-75 Angel Robinson biography ................................... 76-78

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Tennessee Tech ’74 • 725-239 (.752) in 30 seasons at the University of Georgia • 807-260 (.756) in 34 seasons overall

It’s an early-August morning and Andy Landers is making the 90-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta back to Athens. It’s a trek he’s made probably 500 times or more during his 30 seasons as head coach at Georgia, numerous occasions under these exact same circumstances. Landers has caught a red-eye home on the final day of the July recruiting period and finally has some time for a multi-topic discussion of media-related items. Mid-conversation, Landers pulls over at “The Store” on Highway 78, a local hotspot in rural Oconee County. “Hold on a second,” Landers says through the phone. “I’ll have a sausage biscuit to go,” he tells the person who now has his attention.

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“Sure enough, coach,” a second-hand voice says loud enough to come through the phone line. “You look beat. Been on the road?” “Just out trying to find some players,” Landers responds. “How’s business?” “Good, but could be better,” the attendant offers. “That’s always the case. Congratulations on the Hall of Fame. We’re all proud for you, coach.” And with that, Landers is back out the door, into his vehicle, and again en route. The conversation returns to business, as much as it can while a sausage biscuit is being consumed. “Getting that a lot?” Landers is asked. “Quite a bit,” he replies. “It’s amazing how many folks say something, not to mention the notes and cards.”

Landers appreciates the well wishes but is rather uncomfortable talking about “individual” achievements. Of late, those kind words – and milestones – have come on a more than regular basis. Since December 2006 alone, Landers has: 1) become the winningest college basketball coach in the state of Georgia’s history; 2) secured his 750th and 800th victories as a collegiate coach; 3) been inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame; 4) notched his 700th win at Georgia; 5) been enshrined in the State of Georgia’s Sports Hall of Fame. Quite a quintet, indeed. “Everyone is congratulating me, but it, like everything else in basketball, all of these accomplishments are such team things,” Landers said. “I don’t know any

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coaches who are in Halls of Fame or winning ‘x’ number of games who coached bad teams or bad players. The honor is a direct result of how players and teams and assistant coaches and staff have performed at a high level over a long period of time. That’s what’s humbling about it. It just isn’t something that I feel good about for me. It’s something that I feel great about for all the people who have participated in it.” Landers purposely deflects attention from himself and on to the others who have helped him attain every “W” and/or honor on his watch. Truth be told, Landers is significantly prouder of the not-so-public achievements of Lady Bulldog Basketball. While most knowledgeable experts in women’s


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basketball circles rank Georgia among the most elite schools in the game, few are privy to what Landers firmly believes sets his program apart from others. The Lady Bulldog sorority, if you will, is an entity of values and purpose, expectations and accomplishments. Players from generation to generation understand Landers better than anyone else...even though it may take a while for that light bulb to truly go on. “The thing about Coach, when you’re here playing for him, you know that he’s teaching you the things, the basketball skills, you need to be successful,” said Christi Thomas, a five-year Los Angeles Sparks veteran who came to Athens ranked as the nation’s No. 57 prospect by one major scouting service and left as the No. 12 overall pick in the first round of the 2004 WNBA Draft. “Everyone who decides to become a Lady Dog knows they’re going to get that. What you don’t understand while you’re at Georgia, is that he’s teaching you not only to perfect those on-court abilities, he’s showing you how you’re responsible for your own destiny after you leave here. He taught me not only the right things to do; he taught me the right way to do those things. Now it’s up to me to do them.” Such understanding comes not only from professional players, but from

other former Lady Bulldogs who chose different career paths – from teachers to sales reps, insurance adjusters to stayat-home mothers. That devotion is not exclusive to their former coach. There’s a bond between Lady Bulldogs that is very easy to spot. “Once you’re a Lady Dog, you’re always a Lady Dog,” Lady Hardmon Grooms professed while serving as emcee for the 2008 post-season banquet. “I remember one of the first times we played Detroit after ‘Tweety’ got in the league. Someone came into our locker room before the game and told me Nolan wanted to talk to me. I thought to myself, ‘Dang, did I get her with an elbow the last time we played? What could she want to talk to me about?’ She told me how Coach told stories about me. She just wanted to see if we could go to dinner after the game. And the best part is that she even picked up the check.” Grooms is a perfect example of Landers’ influence. She was a standout for Lady Bulldog teams of the late-80s and early-90s and went on to an extremely successful professional career, both in the U.S. and overseas in Hungary, Italy and Turkey. When she retired from the WNBA in 2004, one of Grooms’ first calls was to Landers to see what she could do to finish her degree. Following the birth of

her daughter, Gabby, Grooms completed degree requirements in 2009. “Right after Gabby was born, Coach Landers called me and said, ‘Congratulations. When are you coming back to get your degree?’” Grooms said. “Basketball at Georgia was all about working hard. That was instilled by Coach Landers. We were taught to never quit, to always finish at the end.” Kedra Holland-Corn is another successful pro player who made their way back to Athens to complete her degree in 2009. Holland-Corn, a star at Georgia who won two WNBA titles with Detroit. “I thought very briefly about finishing up overseas or in another place,” Holland-Corn admitted. “But there was something about it. I didn’t want to get my degree from anywhere else. I wanted to say that I’m a Georgia grad; that I was one of the athletes who finished.” Next spring when 2009 senior Danielle Taylor completes a year-long internship to finish out her Social Work degree, every four-year letterwinner during Landers’ 30 seasons in Athens will own a University of Georgia diploma. In fact, Tina Taylor earned three degrees during their eligibility window, upping Landers’ current graduation rate to 102 percent (54 four-year letterwinners with 55 degrees).

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Personal

Birthdate: October 8, 1952 Hometown: Maryville, Tenn. Family: Married the former Pam McClellan on June 20, 1981; Children: Andrea Lauren (24), Drew Joseph (20)

Education

High School: Friendsville (’70 Undergraduate: Tennessee Tech (’74) Physical Education Graduate: Tennessee Tech (’75) Physical Education

Coaching Milestones

◊ 2009 Georgia Sports Hall of Fame inductee ◊ 2007 Women’s B’ball Hall of Fame inductee ◊ Four-time National Coach of the Year – 1986, ’87, ’96, 2000 ◊ 24 20-win seasons; 16 25-win seasons; Three 30-win seasons ◊ 25 NCAAs; Five Final Fours (1983, ’85, ’95, ’96, ’99) ◊ Seven SEC Titles (1983, ’84, ’86, ’91, ’96, ’97, 2000) & Four SEC Tournament Titles (1983, ’84, ’86, ’01) ◊ 12 Kodak All-Americans ◊ 102 percent graduation rate among fouryear letterwinners (54 with 55 degrees) ◊ Two Olympians who have won a combined six Gold Medals ◊ 19 former players into the WNBA, including seven during 2009 35


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What Landers enjoys today has been three decades in the making. Its origins can be traced to a couple of fateful occurrences, an interview surprise and a piece of correspondence. When Landers finished his graduate degree he quickly began looking for coaching experience at the collegiate level. One of the jobs he applied for was as an assistant men’s coach at Roane State College in Harriman, Tenn. While interviewing for the position with Roane President Cuyler Dunbar, the bomb was dropped that the position also would include serving as the head coach of the women’s program. “I think they looked at that part as a detriment, but it was something that really drew me to Roane,” Landers said. While happy with the opportunity afforded him at Roane, Landers quickly turned his energies into taking control of a major college program...one he’d had his eye on for several years. The date was March 7, 1979, when Landers fired off a letter to Vince Dooley, the University of Georgia’s newly named Athletics Director, to inquire about interviewing to become UGA’s head coach. “For the past couple of years I have been possessed with the idea that the University of Georgia should feature the

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outstanding women’s basketball program in America,” Landers’ second paragraph stated. “Georgia has the potential necessary to achieve this recognition and my ultimate goal in coaching is to take a major college basketball program and build it from the ground up into an immediate national power.” About six weeks later – April 24, 1979 to be exact – a 26-year-old Landers was introduced as the Georgia Lady Bulldogs’ initial full-time head coach. Soon after Landers arrived in Athens – and even he admits he wondered if he had bitten off more than he could chew as he drove to work on his first day – he hit the ground running at a sprinter’s pace. It didn’t take him long to accomplish just what he promised Dooley he would do: “build it from the ground up into an immediate national power.” Under Landers’ direction, the Lady Bulldogs quickly ascended from a program which may not have been the fifthbest in the state of Georgia to now rank No. 5 in the all-time Associated Press women’s basketball poll. The Lady Bulldogs now rank among the nation’s elite in virtually every category imaginable. In the “modern era” of women’s basketball since the sport came under the auspices of the NCAA in 1981-82, Geor-

Tournament. Fast-forward two more springs and the Lady Bulldogs reached the national championship game. Consistency has become a word synonymous with Georgia teams for more than two decades now, perhaps best witnessed by UGA’s NCAA success. “It’s actually pretty plain and simple,” Landers states matter of factually. “Hard work is what brought Georgia from 6-19 to 27-10 two years later. Maintaining that level has been a never-ending job. I think I’m proudest of the consistency... the fact that we’ve been consistent for three decades now. I hope we’ve been a team that other teams across the country would agree that year-in and year-out we’ve not only been on the leaderboard, From pretty humble beginnings To appreciate where UGA is today, it’s but we’ve been up there near the top.” hard not to reflect on where the program was. During the Lady Bulldogs’ first six Executing a master plan Though numerous factors aligned seasons of intercollegiate competition prior to Landers’ arrival, Georgia com- perfectly to play a major role in the emergence of Georgia Basketball, it’s hard to piled a woeful 37-85 record. That all changed when Landers arrived imagine very many coaches would have capitalized as much on their surroundin Athens. In his first campaign, Georgia posted a ings as Landers did. Landers hasn’t slowed down since respectable 16-12 record. The following year, the Lady Bulldogs won the Georgia arriving in Athens. He came to the UniAIAW Tournament and then captured versity of Georgia with a definite style of the WNIT title. Two years later, Georgia basketball he wanted to play and knew found itself advancing to the Final Four he would have to get the right players to in only the second edition of the NCAA play that way.

gia is one of only four schools to post a winning record during every campaign. The Lady Dogs also rank No. 4 in total wins during that time frame with 682. Georgia has earned bids to 26 of 28 editions of “March Madness,” secondbest nationally. And the Lady Bulldogs have made the most of those invitations, advancing to 17 “Sweet 16s,” 10 “Elite Eights” five Final Fours and two NCAA Championship games. Individually, Landers’ career win total of 807 and his average of 24.2 wins a season rank fifth among Division I women’s hoops head coaches with 20 or more years of tenure under their belts.

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Landers’ Immediate Family: Andrea, Andy, Pam & Drew.

A quarter-century before the up-tempo style which permeates college basketball today was so popular, Landers took what was then conceived as a very novel approach to the game. Long before it was the rage, his Lady Bulldogs were rebounding and pushing the ball up the floor, pressing from baseline-to-baseline and running their highly active motion offense. Simply stated, the Georgia Lady Bulldogs have been playing the most popular style of basketball today ever since Landers arrived in Athens. The Andy Landers creed? “We only believe in one kind of basketball – fast. We are committed to an organized fast break which will lead into our half court game. We will employ the pattern offense and the motion principles. We believe in an aggressive, pressure defense, whether it be zone or man-to-man. We will combine a variety of full court presses with our half court defenses.” If those sound like your traditional quotes from a media guide, they are... from the 1979-80 edition of the publication, Landers’ initial campaign with the Lady Bulldogs. A self-admitted character flaw led Landers to what was then thought to be a novel idea to get the talent needed to be

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Landers’ Extended Family: Players & Coaches

successful at the highest level – recruiting the best players in the country. “I knew if we relied on the state of Georgia to get all our players, it would take three, four, five years to get all the players and depth we needed with the kind of players we were looking for,” Landers said. “I guess I was driven by impatience as much as anything else. “As far as the early years, we just dared to go out and recruit the best players no matter where they were,” Landers added. “At that time, most of the recruiting in women’s basketball was done within your state or very restricted regional recruiting. Back then, there were only a few of us out there doing what we were doing in terms of scouring the country for the best players.”

Setting and maintaining the pace

Finding great players like Wanda Holloway, Janet Harris, Teresa Edwards, Lisa O’Connor and Katrina McClain jump-started Georgia’s meteoric rise in the women’s basketball ranks during the early 1980s. Others who have followed – like Hardmon, current assistant coach La’Keshia Frett, Holland-Corn, Saudia Roundtree, Nolan, Coco and Kelly Miller, Tasha Humphrey and Ashley Houts– have helped Landers maintain that level of excellence for three decades.

Landers’ and his tireless work ethic are the driving and constant forces behind Georgia Basketball. Landers is driven to excel at each and every facet of his life, both on and off the basketball court. That trait that becomes contagious to those around him, be it assistant coaches, players, managers, athletic trainers or anyone else in the “extended family.” Landers attacks every task, regardless of its seeming significance, with as much effort and attention to detail as humanly possible. Everything he attempts becomes a competition of sorts to produce the best result. Landers also teaches his players to compete in everything they do on the court, in the classroom and throughout their life. Then, Landers sits back and enjoys the fruits of that labor of love. Make no mistake about it, every win still gives him a fairly substantial thrill, but it’s the other aspects of his job that will never show up in any stat sheet or in any record book that are equally important. “Georgia Basketball is a special entity,” Landers said with fatherly pride. “It’s special to me. It’s special to the players. It’s special to the staff. It’s special to our fans. I think everyone associated with this program has a keen appreciation for and takes pride in doing things the right way, at the right time, all the time.”

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The final piece of the puzzle

Doing things in “the right way, all the time” is what helps the Lady Bulldogs maintain their status among the elite programs across the board in the vast landscape of college athletics. But the ultimate goal of Landers and his previous generations of players is still yet to be met. That elusive national championship is what keeps Landers’ competitive juices flowing the most. “The fire is still there,” Landers said. “I can’t imagine a winner not wanting to win or not caring about winning or ever losing that fire. I think if a person is a competitor, they love to win. The only time they’re not going to have that is when they don’t have a pulse.” Landers’ career objective remains the same as when he inked his letter to Dooley way back in 1979. His resumé then stated succinctly: “Ultimate goal – Coach a major college basketball team to a national championship.” And if these Lady Bulldogs are fortunate enough to finally complete that objective and lift an NCAA Trophy, you’ll likely find Landers doing exactly what he’s been doing a great deal recently. He’ll be passing much of the praise associated with the achievement away from him and in the directions of the others he finds so deserving. 37


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Andy Landers: By the Numbers P E R S O N N E L

Andy Landers

Season-by-Season Roane State: .................82-21 (.796)

Season 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

Overall 13-9 23-3 21-4 25-5

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

Overall 16-12 27-10 21-9 27-7 30-3 29-5 30-2 27-5 21-10 23-7 25-5 28-4 19-11 21-13 17-11 28-5 28-5 25-6 17-11 27-7 32-4 27-6 19-11 21-10 25-10 24-10 23-9 27-7 23-10 18-14

Georgia: .................... 725-239 (.752)

SEC

4-3 4-5 8-1 7-1 9-0 7-2 5-4 6-3 6-3 9-0 6-5 4-7 5-6 8-3 10-1 11-1 8-6 9-5 13-1 11-3 6-8 10-4 8-6 9-5 10-4 11-3 8-6 7-7

A top-5 coaching ledger across the board! Weeks Ranked Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Average “Ws”

Coach Weeks Pat Summitt 561 Andy Landers 431 Jody Conradt 395 C. Vivian Stringer 387 Tara VanDerveer 369 Rene Portland 336 Geno Aurriemma 329 Kay Yow 326 Debbie Ryan 314 Jim Foster 313

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

Coach Geno Auriemma Pat Summitt Joe Foley Tara VanDerveer Andy Landers Sylvia Hatchell Robin Selvig Van Chancellor Wendy Larry Joe McKeown

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

“NCAA” Wins

Coach No. Pat Summitt 1005 Jody Conradt 900 C. Vivian Stringer 825 Sylvia Hatchell 812 Andy Landers 807 Tara VanDerveer 757 Kay Yow 742 Robin Selvig 725 Sue Gunter 708 Debbie Ryan 699

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

Coach Weeks Pat Summitt 830 Tara VanDerveer 698 Geno Auriemma 696 Robin Selvig 671 Andy Landers 664 Jim Foster 644 Debbie Ryan 633 C. Vivian Stringer 629 Jody Conradt 620 Rene Portland 587

Coaches with teams featured in weekly editions of the Associated Press poll

Average wins for active Division I coaches with 20 or more seasons

Note: The NCAA doesn’t recognize Landers’ 82 wins at Roane, a two-year school

Coaches’ victory totals since women’s basketball came under the NCAA in 1981-82

NCAA Bids

Tourney Wins

“Sweet 16s”

Final Fours

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Coach Pat Summitt Andy Landers Tara VanDerveer Jim Foster Debbie Ryan 6. C. Vivian Stringer 7. Geno Auriemma Jody Conradt Rene Portland 10. Leon Barmore Wendy Larry Kay Yow

No. 28 26 24 23 23 22 21 21 21 20 20 20

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

Coach No. Pat Summitt 104 Geno Auriemma 61 Leon Barmore 56 Tara VanDerveer 54 Andy Landers 48 C. Vivian Stringer 41 Gail Goestenkors 37 Sylvia Hatchell 37 9. Debbie Ryan 33 10. Jody Conradt 31 Jim Foster 31

Overall: ......................807-260 (.756)

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Wins 29.0 28.7 25.4 25.2 24.2 23.9 23.4 23.3 22.8 22.4

Career Wins

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Rk. Coach 1. Pat Summitt 2. Andy Landers Leon Barmore Geno Auriemma 5. Tara VanDerveer 6. C. Vivian Stringer 7. Sylvia Hatchell Debbie Ryan 9. Jody Conradt Rene Portland Marsha Sharp Kay Yow

No. 27 17 17 17 15 14 12 12 11 11 11 11

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Coach Pat Summitt Geno Auriemma Leon Barmore Tara VanDerveer Andy Landers Gail Goestenkors C. Vivian Stringer 8. Joe Ciampi Sylvia Hatchell Sonja Hogg Debbie Ryan Paul Sanderford Linda Sharp Marianne Stanley

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LA’KESHiA

FREtt MEREditH Georgia ’97

La’Keshia Frett Meredith, the 1993 National Prep Player of the Year, a fourtime All-SEC performer for Georgia and seven-year standout in the WNBA, joined the Lady Bulldog Basketball staff as an assistant coach in October 2005. Frett Meredith enjoyed remarkable success at each of the aforementioned levels. She became the nation’s most coveted prep prospect before leading Georgia to back-to-back Final Four appearances and consecutive SEC titles. Within the professional ranks, Frett’s teams advanced to the WNBA playoffs in six of her seven seasons in the league. Frett was a three-time All-American at Phoebus High, where she became the State of Virginia’s all-time prep scoring leader for boys’ and girls’. She then

Fifth season at Georgia

headlined one of the most celebrated recruiting classes in women’s hoops history. While at Georgia, Frett was the 1994 SEC Freshman of the Year and was named All-SEC by league coaches each of her four years, earning first-team recognition as a sophomore, junior and senior. She was a Naismith All-America pick as a junior and earned All-America recognition from Naismith, the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and the Associated Press (third team) as a senior in 1997. All told, Frett helped lead Georgia to a combined 98-27 (.784) record from 1993-97. “Frett” is still a frequent name within the Georgia records section of this Media Guide. Most notably, she still ranks No. 7

189-67 (.738) in eight seasons as a player & coach at UGA

in scoring (1,980) and No. 9 in rebounds (842) among careeer leaders. In 1997, Frett was a first-round draft pick in the ABL. In fact, Frett and classmates Kedra Holland-Corn and Tracy Henderson were three of the top-15 overall picks in the 1997 ABL Draft. After two seasons with the ABL’s Philadelphia Rage, Frett was drafted by the Los Angeles Sparks. Over the next seven summers, she played for the Sparks (1999-00), Sacramento (2001-03), Charlotte (2004) and New York (2004-05). All but one of the teams reached the playoffs. Frett received her degree in consumer economics from UGA in 1997. In August 2009, La’Keshia married Dion Meredith, a City of Atlanta policeman.

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La’Keshia Frett Meredith

Personal

Birthdate: June 12, 1975 Hometown: Hampton, Va. Family: Married Dion Meredith in Aug. ’09

Education

High School: Phoebus (’93) College: UGA (’97) Consumer Economics

Playing Career ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊

1993 National Prep Player of the Year 1994 SEC Freshman of the Year A four-time All-SEC performer (1993-97) 7-season WNBA career and also played in Hungary, Israel, Korea and Spain

Coaching Career

2005-pres. Georgia-Asst. Coach

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Richmond ’010

Kim Hairston joined the Georgia Lady Bulldog Basketball staff in May 2007 . Hairston quickly made a visible impact on the Lady Bulldogs’ recruiting, with those efforts helping Georgia ink one of the nation’s top five recruiting classes in the fall of 2008. Prior to coming to Athens, Hairston collected seven seasons of experience at Cal, Richmond, James Madison and Howard. Four of those teams reached post-season play, including the last three advancing to the NCAA Tournament. That trend has continued in Athens, with two NCAA trips with the Lady Bulldogs. “I am extremely excited to be a part of the tradition and academic excellence which it is known for,” Hairston said when she was hired. “This is truly a chance of

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a lifetime for me full of new challenges and potential growth.” Most recently before coming to Athens, Hairston spent two seasons as an assistant at Cal where the Bears earned back-to-back bids to the NCAAs for the first time since 1993. Hairston helped Cal compile a combined 41-21 record in 2005-06 and 2006-07. Hairston spent the 2004-05 campaign on the staff at Richmond, her alma mater, when the 23-8 Spiders received their first NCAA bid in 14 seasons. Hairston also worked three seasons at James Madison and one at Howard. She was an assistant at JMU from 2000-01 and 2002-04, including the Dukes’ team which reached the semifinals of the 2001 WNIT. Sandwiched be-

Third season at Georgia

tween, Hairston was an assistant coach at Howard in 2001-02 when the Bison finished first in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) standings. Hairston was an AA All-State pick and a three-time District and Regional Player of the Year at Bassett High School. Hairston began her collegiate playing career at Radford where she was the 1996 Big South Rookie of the Year while playing for the Highlanders’ NCAA Tournament team. She then transferred to Richmond, where she was a three-year letterwinner and co-captain in 2000, the same season she was named to the CAA All-Defensive team. Hairston received her bachelor’s degree in sport science from Richmond in 2000.

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Kim Hairston

Personal

Birthdate: June 20, 1977 Hometown: Bassett, Va.

Education

High School: Bassett (’95) College: Richmond (’00) Sport Science

Playing Career

◊ Prep all-stater; co-captain at Richmond

Coaching Career

2000-01 James Madison-Asst. Coach 2001-02 Howard-Asst. Coach 2002-04 James Madison-Asst. Coach 2004-05 Richmond-Asst. Coach 2005-07 California-Asst. Coach 2007-pres. Georgia-Asst. Coach


Staff Biographies

CAMERON

NEWBAUER IU-Fort Wayne ’01

Cameron Newbauer was named an assistant coach for Lady Bulldog Basketball in June 2007 after serving as the director of basketball operations for the Georgia Men’s Basketball program for two years. Newbauer’s seemingly endless supply of energy played a major role in the Lady Bulldogs’ inking one of the nation’s topfive recruiting classes in 2008. Newbauer actually was in his second stint with the Georgia men before he came to the Lady Bulldogs. He rejoined the Bulldogs in the spring of 2005 after also serving as a graduate manager during the 2003-04 campaign. In 2004-05, Newbauer was a men’s assistant coach at Siena, where he also was director of operations from 2001-03.

“I’m extremely excited about the opportunity to work with a Hall of Fame coach in an elite program that is a national championship contender,” Newbauer said when hired. “When you take a look at our facilities and the tradition at Georgia, it was a chance I had to jump at. Not only that, but I was able to stay in the Georgia Bulldog family, which was very important to me. “When I visited with Coach Landers I told him ‘If we do this, it’s all about getting that national championship.’ We’ve been on the verge, and I want to help make it happen. That’s what we’re all in this for.” Newbauer was an administrative assistant/manager for the U.S. National Team for the 2003 Junior World Cham-

Third season at Georgia

pionships, where he met former Georgia men’s coach Dennis Felton. Newbauer also gained a vast amount of experience working many of nation’s premier camps, including Five Star, Eastern Invitational, Duke and Texas. A native of Fort Wayne, Ind., Newbauer graduated from Leo High School, where he was a two-year basketball letterwinner. He played one season at Madonna College before attending IU-Fort Wayne. Newbauer was a student assistant on the basketball staff there during his senior year, and he was a varsity assistant coach at Leo High for three seasons while attending IU-Fort Wayne. Newbauer earned his bachelor’s degree in elementary education from IU-Fort Wayne in 2001.

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41-24 (.631) in two seasons at UGA

Cameron Newbauer

Personal

Birthdate: June 12, 1978 Hometown: Fort Wayne, Ind.

Education

High School: Leo (’97) College: IU-Fort Wayne (’01) Elementary Education

Coaching Career 2000-01 2001-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-07 2007-pres

Student Asst.-IU-FW (Men) DOBO-Siena (Men) Grad. Mgr.-Georgia (Men) Asst. Coach-Siena (Men) DOBO-Georgia (Men) Asst. Coach-Georgia (Women)

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Heather LaBarbera

Director of Operations • 10th season Heather LaBarbera, who is in her 10th year as a member of the Lady Bulldog Basketball staff, was named Director of Basketball Operations in 2003. Following two seasons as a student manager for the Lady Bulldogs, LaBarbera joined the staff on a full-time basis in June 2002. She served as an Administrative Assistant for one year before she was promoted to her current position. LaBarbera handles a wide variety of responsibilities, including team apparel and travel, as well as coordination of many aspects of Andy Landers’ successful summer camps. In addition, she serves as liaison with the Fastbreak Club, the Lady Bulldogs’ official booster organization. LaBarbera is a 1998 graduate of Northwest Whitfield High where she was a two-year starter in basketball and also lettered in softball. LaBarbera then played two seasons of junior college basketball at Chattanooga State College and started at guard as a sophomore. She received an associate’s degree in general studies from Chattanooga State in 2000 and her bachelor’s degree in Management from UGA’s Terry College of Business in August 2002. A native of Dalton, Ga., LaBarbera is the daughter of Sharon Byers and Floyd and Damaris Byers. She married Mike LaBarbera, her high school sweetheart and also a former Lady Dogs student manager, in May 2005. In March 2007, the LaBarberas welcomed their first son, Graylon. 42

Ann Smith

Administrative Associate • 10th season Ann Smith, who joined the University of Georgia Athletic Association in January 1998, is in her ninth season with the Lady Bulldog Basketball staff. She served as administrative assistant for five seasons before being promoted to administrative associate in 2005. Previously, Smith served as assistant to the Georgia Baseball program from 1998-2000. Smith had a great deal of familiarity with the Lady Bulldogs prior to joining the staff as the offices for the baseball and women’s basketball programs are located on the same floor in Stegeman Coliseum. Prior to joining the Athletic Association, Smith worked for the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce for nine years. She also worked at UGA’s Grady College of Journalism from 1967-79. Smith moved to nearby Oconee County while in high school and has remained there since. A breast cancer survivor, Smith was named honorary coach for Georgia’s “Think Pink” game against Florida on Feb. 14, 2008 and presented a pink No. 2 Lady Bulldog jersey – the number she wore while playing at Oconee County High – in pre-game ceremonies. Georgia won that contest, 85-66, giving Smith a perfect 1-0 coaching record. Smith and her husband Roger have two children, a daughter, Gina Waters, and a son, David. They also have two six-year-old grandchildren: MaryAnn Waters and Noah Smith. The Smith family is an active part of Watkinsville First Christian Church.

Amy Jones

Administrative Assistant • 2nd season After serving as a graduate assistant manager on the Georgia staff a year ago, Amy Jones joined the Lady Bulldogs on a full-time basis as an administrative assistant in August 2009. Jones was a four-year starter at guard at Presbyterian College, playing Division II basketball her first three seasons before PC transitioned to Division I competition during her senior campaign. Jones was the leading scorer for the Blue Hose as both a junior and a senior when she averaged 17.6 and 10.0 points, respectively. During her senior season, she scored six points, dished out four assists, grabbed three rebounds and collected a pair of steals in PC’s matchup with Georgia in Athens. She was named Presbyterian’s Student-Athlete of the Week on two occasions that year. As a sophomore, she averaged 9.8 points per game and dished out a teamhigh 110 assists during the season. Jones started 19 of 28 games played as a freshman and was named to the Southern Athletic Conference’s All-Freshman team and its Academic Honor Roll. A native of Sandersville, Ga., Jones helped Brentwood High to GISA state titles in basketball as a sophomore and track and field as a junior and senior. She was named all-state in basketball as a sophomore, junior and senior. The daughter of Jackie and Frankie Jones, Amy received her degree in biology from PC in May 2008 and is working on a master’s in exercise science at UGA.

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Sara Kate Greene

Grad Assistant Manager • 2nd season Sara Kate Greene, a two-year letterwinner for Georgia, is a graduate assistant manager on the Georgia staff. Greene walked on with the Lady Bulldogs during 2004-05 before earning a scholarship for 2005-06. She appeared in 27 games and scored a career-high seven points against Stetson as a freshman. Greene was a standout at Parkview High where she helped lead the Panthers to the 2003 Class AAAAA state title. Greene received her bachelor’s degree in sports studies in May 2008 and is pursuing a master’s in recreation and leisure studies.

Nicole Stroud

Student Assistant Coach • 1st season After knee injuries forced her to retire from basketball last fall, Nicole Stroud will serve as a student assistant for the Lady Bulldogs this season. Stroud signed with Georgia in the fall of 2006 and was ranked as the nation’s No. 37 prospect by Blue Star. She was a four-year starter at Avondale High, where she was the first girls’ basketball player in Georgia history to post a triple-double in a state championship game with 16 points, 16 boards and 11 blocks in the Blue Devils’ 2006 AAA victory over Hepzibah.


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Student Staff

Renae Bracken Manager 4th season

Chase White Manager 4th season

Luke Cross

Mac Mcintosh

Alex Stanley

Katherine Stroer

Manager 1st season

Manager 1st season

Manager 1st season

Athletic trainer 1st season

John Bateman

Director of Marketing • 6th season John Bateman, who has been a member of the UGA Athletic staff for more than a decade, was promoted to Director of Marketing in July 2006 and is responsible for managing ticketing campaigns, venue concessions and merchandise contracts, marketing and promotional activities on georgiadogs.com, videoboard operations and gameday print operations. He also coordinates the spirit program, acting as a liaison between the Athletic Association and the Redcoat Band. Bateman was Director of Promotions from July 2004-06 and was responsible for the promotional efforts for all 21 Bulldog athletic teams. He joined the Georgia promotions office in August 1994 and served as Assistant Director until 1997, when he was promoted to Associate Director. Bateman is a 1991 graduate of Georgia, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. As an undergraduate he served as a manager for the men’s basketball team for four seasons, including the Bulldogs’ 1990 SEC Championship squad. After earning a master’s in Sport Management from Georgia in 1993, Bateman worked as the championships and officiating assistant at the Southeastern Conference office in Birmingham, Ala., for a year before returning to Athens. A native of Albany, Ga., Bateman is married to the former Jill Sirmans of Valdosta, Ga.

Shannon Becker

Athletic Trainer • 4th season Shannon Becker joined the UGA Athletic Association’s sports medicine staff in July 2006 and is in her fourth season serving as the primary athletic trainer for the Lady Bulldogs. Previously, Becker served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Connecticut from 2004-06, working with the women’s soccer, softball and men’s and women’s track and field teams while also assisting with women’s basketball. During her tenure at UConn, Becker also served as 2005 summer rehabilitation coordinator, overseeing rehab and treatment for all sports except football. She also served as medical coordinator for women’s soccer competition of the 2004 and 2005 NCAA Tournaments in Storrs, as well as the 2004 Big East Women’s Soccer Tournament and the 2006 Big East Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Becker received her bachelor’s of science degree in athletic training from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse in 2004 and her master’s degree in exercise science from Connecticut in 2006. At UW–La Crosse, Becker served as the head student athletic trainer for football and women’s soccer and assisted with six other sports. During 2002 and 2003 she served as an intern for the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx. Becker, a native of Eagan, Minn., received certification as an athletic trainer and as a strength and conditioning specialist in 2004.

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Emil y Deitz

Director of Promotions • 5th season Emily Deitz, who is in her fifth season working with Lady Bulldog Basketball, was promoted to Director of Promotions in July 2006 after serving one year as Associate Director of Promotions. Deitz oversees all of the promotional efforts for the 21 varsity sports at Georgia, while directly overseeing the promotional efforts for the football, women’s basketball, men’s basketball and gymnastics programs, as well as SEC and NCAA Championships hosted by UGA. She also coordinates Georgia’s dealings with the collegiate licensing program. Deitz came to Georgia after three prior stops at major universities – including two Southeastern Conference institutions – working in the field of marketing. Most recently, Deitz served as Director of Marketing at Louisville. She also spent two years at Florida and two years at Auburn, serving as Assistant Director of Marketing at both. A 1998 alumnus of Western Kentucky University, she worked in the Western Kentucky Athletic marketing office for two years. After graduating from WKU, Deitz joined the staff at Florida as a marketing assistant and also earned her master’s degree in Exercise and Sport Sciences. A native of Owensboro, Ky., Deitz and her husband Brian, a math teacher and track & field coach at Clarke Central High School, have a daughter, Briley, who was born in January 2007, and were anxiously expected a second daughter in early December 2009. 43

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Scott HallberG

Event Management • 3rd season Scott Hallberg was named event coordinator for the UGAAthletic Association in February 2006 after serving as a full-time intern in the Event Management department for the previous year. In this role, Hallberg directly oversees the gameday operations of both men’s and women’s basketball, track and field and cross country. His duties also entail assisting with hosting of NCAA Championships on the UGA campus, including first- and second-round games of the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament at the Arena at Gwinnett Center, the 2004, ’05 and ’07 Tennis NCAAs, the 2006 Women’s Swimming and Diving NCAAs and the 2008 Women’s Gymnastics NCAAs. In addition, Hallberg manages the administration and payment process of Athletic Association event staff payroll, as well as other administrative and scheduling functions at Stegeman Coliseum. Prior to working in Event Management, Hallberg was a student assistant in the Athletic Association’s Marketing and Promotions office for two years while an undergraduate at Georgia. He assisted with gameday execution of contests and giveaways at football and men’s and women’s basketball games. Hallberg grew up in Lexington, Ky., before moving to Marietta, Ga., and graduating from Lassiter High School in 2000. He received his bachelor’s degree in marketing and risk management & insurance from Georgia’s Terry College of Business in 2004. 44

Rachel Jones

Academic Counseling • 2nd season Rachel Jones joined the UGA Athletic Association staff in June 2008 as an academic counselor. Jones coordinates those efforts for the women’s basketball and the women’s track and field/cross country programs, as well as the spirit and mascot organizations. She also organizes six sections of FRES 1010, a seminar class for incoming student athletes in all sports. Jones was a graduate assistant for the academic counseling staff for Kansas State University Athletics during the 200708 academic year. There she served as an assistant academic counselor for the men’s basketball program and specialized learning programs, the assistant tutor supervisor and an assistant manager for the academic tutor center. Jones earned three degrees from Kansas State. She received bachelor’s degrees in both Geography and History in December 2006 and added a master’s in education (college student personnel work) in December 2008. She also receiveed a graduate certificate in academic advising from Kansas State in December 2008. A native of Council Grove, Kan., and the former Rachel Collier, Jones married her husband Nick on Nov. 10, 2007. In her spare time, Jones enjoys walking her two dogs, Bam and Buster.

Mike Mobley

Sports Communications • 15th season Mike Mobley was promoted to Associate Sports Communications Director in July 2000 after serving as Assistant SID since 1995. His responsibilities include handling media relations for women’s basketball and women’s golf programs, as well as additional duties with football. In 2000, Mobley was recognized by Women’s Basketball Journal as one of five “All-American” women’s basketball SIDs. His 2007-08 women’s golf media guide was judged as the nation’s best by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Mobley also served as the Venue Press Chief for the Boxing competition of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games and is a member of the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. Mobley received a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from UGA’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications. He also served as a student assistant in the UGA SID office from 1985-89 and was SID for track and field and volleyball during that time. Prior to returning to Athens, Mobley served as publications coordinator for the 1990 Goodwill Games; as an assistant editor for Host Communications; and as public relations director for Ken Small Marketing, an Atlanta firm which managed the Kuppenheimer Classic college basketball doubleheader and the Atlanta Thunder World TeamTennis franchise. A native of Winder, Mobley and his wife, Sallie, have two children: Kevin (11) and Caroline (9).

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Josh Rucci

Strength & Conditioning • 1st season Josh Rucci, who joined the UGA strength and conditioning staff in January 2006, is in his first season coordinating those efforts for the Lady Bulldogs. Rucci brought a wealth of experience with him to Athens, including a stint as an intern with the NBA’s Chicago Bulls. From 2004-05, Rucci was a volunteer student assistant with the strength and conditioning program while an undergraduate at Bowling Green State University. There he worked primarily with football (MAC) and hockey (CCHA). A Chicago land native, Ruci then completed a seven-month internship with the Bulls, where he worked under former head strength and conditioning coach Al Vermeil and current head coach Erik Helland and helped Chicago to its second straight play-off appearance. In January 2006, Rucci came to Athens as a graduate assistant. In that role, he coordinated the strength and conditioning efforts for the men’s and women’s cross country and men’s and women’s golf programs. He was also greatly involved with the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming and women’s gymnastics squads. Rucci is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He received his bachelor’s as an Exercise Specialist in the Kinesiology program from BGSU in 2005 and his master’s in Motor Behavior from UGA in 2008 and is now pursuing a doctorate in the same field.


Staff Biographies Dr. Michael F. Adams University President

Damon Evans

Dr. Michael F. Adams was named the 21st president of the University of Georgia on June 11, 1997. He immediately focused on securing UGA’s future as one of America’s premier public research universities. A strategic plan, completed in 2001 at his direction, identified three themes for UGA’s growth in the first decade of the 21st century: Building the New Learning Environment, Maximizing Research Opportunities and Competing in a Global Economy. Under Dr. Adams’ leadership, student quality has risen steadily and the University of Georgia has been recognized as one of the nation’s top 20 public research universities for eight out of the past 10 years by U.S. News & World Report. External funding for research, public service and instruction totals more than $200 million annually. Private giving to the university is at its highest level ever as UGA recently completed the Archway to Excellence Campaign with $654 million in gifts and pledges, far exceeding the $500 million goal. The total value of construction initiated during his tenure approaches $1 billion, financed through the innovative use of state, federal, internal and private funds, and includes the Student Learning Center; new residence halls and a dining commons on East Campus; a new home for the Lamar Dodd School of Art; the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center; the Paul Coverdell Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences; the Animal Health Research Center; and an expansion of Sanford Stadium and the Women’s Athletic Complex. Moore College, Candler Hall, Phi Kappa Hall and Myers Hall have been renovated and Old College, the University’s first building, has been renovated as the home of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. Widely recognized as a leader in higher education administration, Dr. Adams recently completed a term as chair of the National Association of State Universities and LandGrant Colleges. He is the only person to have served as chair of the American Council on Education, the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities . He has been chair of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the accrediting body for higher education in the southern United States, and in 2005 received the agency’s James T. Rogers Distinguished Leadership Award. He is a member of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics and chairs the NCAA Executive Committee. He holds a bachelor’s degree in speech and history from David Lipscomb College. He earned a master’s in political communications and a doctorate in political communications, with a cognate emphasis in educational administration, from The Ohio State University. At OSU, he was named a University Fellow, the highest academic recognition given by the graduate school. He holds an academic appointment as a professor of speech communication at UGA. Dr. Adams was born in Montgomery, Alabama and attended public schools in Albany, Macon and Atlanta, graduating from high school in Chattanooga in 1966. He began his professional career on the communication faculty at Ohio State, later serving as vice president for university affairs at Pepperdine University. He was president of Centre College in Danville, Kentucky for nine years before coming to Georgia. He also served as chief of staff for Senator Howard Baker and as an aide to Governor Lamar Alexander of Tennessee. “The people of the state of Georgia deserve a flagship institution every bit as good as the citizens of Virginia or Michigan or California or North Carolina,” Dr. Adams said when he was named president. “I am committed to making the University of Georgia that kind of institution.”

director of Athletics

UGA letterwinner and double-degree holder Damon Evans was selected as Director of Athletics in December 2003, and assumed those duties on July 1, 2004. At the time he was just 34 years of age, and one of the youngest ADs in the country. However, he had already established himself as an up and coming athletic administrator. Evans has received several honors including the Street and Smith’s Sports Business Journal “40 Under 40 Award” for 2004, 2005, and 2007; the UGA Terry College of Business Award as the “Outstanding Young Alumnus”; and Sports Illustrated’s “101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports”. Damon oversees a premier program with 21 intercollegiate sports teams involving more than 600 student-athletes, an $84-million budget and a 260-person staff. He is a member of several SEC and NCAA Committees, Chairman of the NCAA Division I Leadership Council and is involved in volunteer and community service roles across the state of Georgia. In his first year at the helm, Georgia captured three national championships and finished seventh in the NACDA Directors’ Cup. Additionally, UGA enjoyed the best year of fundraising in school history with more than $32 million raised. Success continued in 2005-06 with one national championship and a record seven conference titles. During Damon’s third year, 2006-07, gymnastics won its third straight NCAA Championship and men’s tennis capped an undefeated season by winning the national championship. The 2007-08 academic year demonstrated the continued excellence that has been the trademark of UGA Athletics. National titles were claimed in gymnastics, men’s tennis and equestrian, and all told, 13 of Georgia’s 21 programs met the “ultimate” goal of the finishing in the nation’s top 10 and SEC’s top three. Last year provided another memorable chapter in Evans’ tenure, with national titles in gymnastics and equestrian, a student-athlete graduation rate of 70 percent and all 21 sports meeting the NCAA APR, including four sports posting the highest marks in the SEC. Other highlights during Evans’ tenure include: the structuring of an agreement with ISP Sports to out-source marketing rights to more than doubled sponsorship revenue; recognition as the “most profitable intercollegiate athletics program in the country”; a major financial contribution of $2 million to the University’s “Archway to Excellence” capital campaign and surpassing the Association’s goal of $60 million as part of the University-wide “Archway to Excellence” effort by raising $63 million for the “Investing in Champions” initiative; the establishment of new academic policies and the creation of a state-of-the-art web-based academic accountability system; the opening of the new $30 million Coliseum Training Facility; and increased royalty revenue, a constant for the past 13 years at UGA. Damon was born in Nebraska, but spent much of his youth in Gainesville, Ga., where he graduated from Gainesville High. During his football career at Georgia (1988-92), Evans earned a starting assignment four consecutive seasons, played in three bowl games (‘89 Peach, ‘91 Independence, and ‘92 Citrus) and was a member of the ’91 and ’92 teams that won nine and 10 games, respectively. He earned two degrees from Georgia, receiving a bachelor’s in finance in 1992 and a master’s of education in sports management in 1994. Evans joined the staff at Missouri, serving as Director of Compliance and Operations (1994-95). After holding the positions as a Director and Assistant Commissioner for Eligibility and Compliance Services at the SEC (1995-98), he returned to his alma mater. Before his appointment as UGA Director of Athletics, Damon held titles of Associate and Senior Associate A.D. for Internal Affairs. Currently he is Vice-Chair of the NCAA Division I Management Council (the highest governance committee attainable by an athletic administrator) and has been appointed to the NCAA Division I Oversight and Monitoring Group. He is married to the former Kerri Budd of Atlanta and they have two children, Cameron and Kennedy.

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Staff Biographies Dr. Carla Williams

Frank Crumley

Senior Woman Administrator

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Dr. Carla Williams, a four-year letterwinner for the Lady Bulldogs as the former Carla Green, was promoted to Senior Associate Athletic Director in May 2007 after serving as an Associate AD from 2004-07. She oversees academic services, life skills and compliance and is administrator over the women’s basketball, equestrian, gymnastics and swimming and diving programs. Williams was an Associate and Assistant AD at Vanderbilt from 2000-04, where she oversaw 11 sports as well as the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Williams received a bachelor’s degree in sociology from UGA in 1989, as well as a master’s in public administration in 1991. She was an assistant coach on Andy Landers’ staff from 1991-96, including teams which reached two Final Fours and won two SEC titles. Williams served as UGA’s Assistant Director of Compliance from 1996-97 before being a graduate assistant for academic support and coordinator for student-athlete development and life skills at Florida State from 199700 while earning a doctor of philosophy degree. Williams led LaGrange (Ga.) High to two Class AAAA state titles. A three-year starter at Georgia, she still ranks No. 8 in career assists (425) and steals (285). Williams and her husband, Brian, have three children: daughters, Carmen (14) and Camryn (10), and a son, Josh (5).

Executive Associate Athletic director

Frank Crumley, who has been a member of the UGA Athletic Association staff since 1991, was named Executive Associate Athletic Director for the UGAAthletic Association in May 2007. Crumley serves as chief financial officer for the Athletic Department and is also responsible for day-to-day operations, budget planning and reporting, contracts and Information Technology. Crumley has played a number of integral roles within the Athletic Association over the course of his 18-year career in Athens. He began with the Promotions and Marketing Department in 1991 as an intern. From 1994-00, Crumley was the Assistant Ticket Manager. He has received four subsequent promotions – to Director of Business Operations in 2000, to Assistant Athletic Director for Business Operations in 2003 and to Senior Associate Athletic Director for Finance and Administration in July 2004. Crumley has a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science and a master’s in Sports Administration, both from the University of Georgia. A native of Eden, N.C., Crumley graduated from Brookstone School in Columbus, Ga. Crumley is married to the former Mary Beth Elias of Norcross, Ga., who works for UGA’s Office of External Affairs in the Financial Services Division.

Jere Morehead

Faculty Athletics Representative

Jere W. Morehead, vice president for instruction and the Meigs Professor of Legal Studies at the University of Georgia, was named senior vice president for academic affairs and provost in September 2009. He has served as UGA’s faculty athletics representative since 2003. Morehead has served UGA in several leadership positions since joining the faculty in 1986. He was named vice president for instruction in 2007 after serving on an interim basis in 2006. He was named Meigs Professor of Legal Studies in the Terry College of Business in 2004. He served as vice provost for academic affairs from 2004-06 and as associate provost and director of the Honors Program from 1999-04. Before serving in those positions, he was acting executive director for the Office of Legal Affairs from 1998-99. Before joining the UGA faculty, he served as an assistant United States attorney with the Department of Justice for six years. Morehead has been honored with several UGA teaching awards, including the Josiah Meigs Teaching Award, the Richard B. Russell Undergraduate Teaching Award, the Teacher of the Year Award in the Terry College of Business and the Tresp Outstanding Honors Professor Award. As senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, Morehead oversees instruction, research, public service and outreach and student affairs, and the deans of UGA’s 16 schools and colleges report to him.

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Matt Brachowski Assistant Ad Event Management

Claude Felton

Glada Horvat

Associate Ad Assistant Ad Sports Communications Academics/Eligibility

Arthur Johnson

Associate Ad internal Operations

Dave Muia

Special Assistant to the Athletic director

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Alan thomas

Associate Ad External Operations

Craig White

Associate Ad Sports/Operations

Charles Whittemore Assistant Ad Facilities


The most vital component to team success is

Details

“It’s the little things that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”

– Ashley Houts


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HOuTS

5-6

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Guard

Trenton, Ga.

◊ One of the nation’s premier players who drives virtually ◊ Named MVP of UNLV’s Lady Rebel Round-up. everything the Lady Dogs do on both ends of the floor. ◊ Dished out a career-high 13 assists – to just one TO – in a Jan. 29 upset of previously undefeated and No. ◊ Won her second international Gold Medal in the last 5-ranked Auburn. three summers by helping the U.S. National Team win ◊ Joined three of the Lady Bulldogs’ top-10 career leaders the 2009 World University Games. Previous medal ledgers during the season: steals at Rutgers moved to was at the 2007 FIBA U21 World Championships. No. 7; assists versus Arkansas and ascended to No. 5; and FTs made at Kentucky climbed to No. 9. 2008-09 Season ◊ An honorable mention member of the WBCA State Farm ◊ Became UGA’s 30th 1000-point scorer at Vanderbilt. All-America squad and tabbed second-team All-SEC ◊ Scored 12 of UGA’s final 13 points at Kentucky, including 7-of-8 FTs in the final 64 seconds, en route to a by both league coaches and the Associated Press. career-high 26 points. ◊ Named SEC Player of the Week on Dec. 1 and March 2. ◊ Broke her own UGA season record for average minutes ◊ Averaged 8.3 points by connecting on 52.6 percent of her FGs, 47.1 percent of her threes and 90.9 of her and led the SEC in MPG for the second straight year. FTs at the World University Games in Belgrade. ◊ Logged an amazing 37.7 MPG, including 39.9 MPG in 14 SEC dates when she played all but 67.6 seconds. ◊ Played all 40 minutes in 21 of 32 games – not to men2007-08 Season tion “40-” nights versus Vanderbilt and Kentucky. ◊ Named second-team All-SEC by coaches and the AP. ◊ Among SEC leaders, also finished No. 14 in scoring, No. ◊ Led the SEC in MPG, and also No. 15 in scoring, No. 3 in assists, No. 4 in steals and No. 6 in both FT pct. 2 in assists, No. 3 in steals and FT pct. and No. 6 in and assist-to-TOs. assist-to-TOs.

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Dade County High School

◊ Played every minute of 16 games, including all 45 versus Florida State and 40 in eight of 14 SEC outings. ◊ Tabbed MVP of the FIU Fun & Sun Classic on Dec. 30...a day prior to her 20th birthday. ◊ Poured in 25 points at Florida. Put up 21 in the first half, the output of the Gators as a team during the period. ◊ Recorded her first career double-double with 13 points and 12 assists in an NCAA Tourney win over Iowa. ◊ The only rising sophomore on the U.S. squad that won the 2007 U21 Worlds. Averaged 4.1 points in 11.9 minutes of action per game at the U21 Worlds in Moscow, including 14 against Belgium in the quarterfinals.

2006-07 Season

◊ Chosen as the consensus SEC Freshman of the Year, Georgia’s league-leading sixth recipient of that award, after earning SEC Freshman of the Week four times. ◊ Tabbed Freshman All-America by both Basketball Times and gballmag.com. ◊ Broke the UGA freshman record for steals, topping the mark (89) of SEC career steals leader Sherill Baker.


Player Biographies 2008-09 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent Alabama St. Oakland Detroit N.C. Central Cal St. Fullerton E. Washington ETSU Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech Rutgers UAB Clemson Xavier Virginia Ole Miss S. Carolina Savannah St. Florida Vanderbilt Alabama Auburn Mississippi St. Tennessee Arkansas Vanderbilt LSU Auburn Kentucky Florida Kentucky Vanderbilt Arizona St.

MP 23 40 40 27 38 37 33 25 40 40 35 40 40 40 40 40 30 39 40- 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40- 40 40

FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. 2-5 1-2 9-10 2 0-5 0-2 3-4 4 7-16 3-10 0-0 5 7-9 2-3 1-1 1 8-16 3-8 1-1 3 7-13 1-4 7-8 2 5-14 0-2 3-4 2 3-10 0-2 1-3 1 2-12 1-5 0-0 3 2-5 0-1 5-6 1 4-9 1-2 3-4 3 4-10 1-5 2-2 2 3-10 1-5 2-2 1 8-14 1-5 2-2 4 2-10 1-1 2-2 3 4-9 0-0 5-6 2 6-8 1-2 4-7 5 2-10 1-5 0-0 3 5-15 2-7 6-8 7 5-8 1-3 0-0 6 1-5 0-3 4-6 6 3-8 1-4 1-2 1 3-6 1-2 4-4 3 6-13 3-7 3-4 3 3-11 1-7 0-0 1 2-7 1-2 3-4 4 2-7 1-5 0-0 2 7-13 3-4 9-10 0 6-12 1-5 1-2 3 6-14 3-5 7-9 1 1-4 1-3 0-0 5 3-7 2-4 0-2 1

A B 4 0 6 0 6 0 3 0 4 0 6 0 3 0 5 0 5 0 1 0 9 0 5 0 2 0 2 0 6 0 9 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 13 0 4 0 3 0 6 0 4 0 4 0 9 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 3 0 4 0

2007-08 Game-By-Game Linescores S 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 1 2 2 3 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 3 2 1 0 3

Pts. 14 3 17 17 20 22 13 7 5 9 12 11 9 19 7 13 17 5 18 11 6 8 11 18 7 8 5 26 14 22 3 8

Opponent Richmond George Mason Ga. Southern Temple Prairie View Southern Cal Oakland Ga. Tech Davidson Mercer Florida State FIU Presbyterian Xavier Ole Miss Auburn Vanderbilt Alabama Florida Oklahoma Kentucky Vanderbilt Arkansas LSU Florida Mississippi St. Auburn S. Carolina Tennessee Alabama Kentucky Iowa N. Carolina

MP 28 26 21 40 30 37 38 40 37 21 45 36 30 40 40 36 40 38 37 40 40 40 40 40- 37 40 40 40- 40 38 40 40 40

FGs 6-14 5-6 7-8 4-11 6-9 1-7 2-6 2-7 4-9 2-3 4-8 9-14 4-11 1-6 4-8 4-7 2-7 2-7 8-13 1-6 3-8 4-9 2-3 4-12 2-5 3-7 3-8 1-7 2-6 2-4 3-7 2-8 3-6

3FGs FTs Reb. 2-5 3-6 9 2-3 5-6 2 2-3 0-0 4 0-2 4-5 4 1-4 0-2 1 1-6 4-6 3 0-2 2-4 2 1-2 11-12 2 1-3 4-7 7 0-1 0-0 1 2-3 3-6 0 4-5 2-2 4 1-5 7-7 4 1-3 5-7 2 1-4 2-3 3 0-1 7-7 3 0-1 4-4 1 0-3 7-8 0 3-3 6-8 6 0-0 4-4 1 2-3 1-2 6 1-3 4-4 3 0-1 8-10 7 1-4 4-4 4 0-3 2-2 2 1-4 2-5 1 2-5 2-2 4 0-3 2-2 0 0-1 4-4 2 2-4 9-12 0 0-2 4-5 1 0-3 9-9 4 3-4 0-0 1

A B 4 0 5 0 3 0 6 0 3 0 5 0 2 0 3 0 7 0 6 0 6 0 5 0 6 0 6 0 5 0 1 0 5 0 5 0 6 0 6 0 2 0 4 0 5 0 1 0 9 0 7 1 4 0 5 0 2 0 3 0 6 0 12 0 8 0

2006-07 Game-By-Game Linescores S 5 7 3 3 2 2 5 1 2 3 0 4 5 2 3 1 1 6 5 2 2 5 1 1 2 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 1

Pts. 17 17 16 12 13 7 6 16 13 4 13 24 16 8 11 15 8 11 25 6 9 13 12 13 4 9 10 4 8 15 10 13 9

Opponent Rutgers N.C. A&T Davidson Ga. Southern Stanford Memphis Ga. Tech MTSU Savannah St. TCU George Mason Richmond G. Washington Brown Florida LSU Mississippi St. Tennessee Vanderbilt Florida St. Ole Miss Florida LSU Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Kentucky Auburn Arkansas Kentucky Vanderbilt Belmont Iowa State Purdue

MP 35 32 27 27 36 31 27 30 26 27 18 25 20 36 32 38 34 40 40 40 39 40 40 38 34 37 39 40 40 34 32 37 36 38

FGs 5-9 2-5 0-7 4-7 1-4 7-13 4-6 2-6 2-7 2-3 1-4 2-8 0-1 2-9 3-7 2-6 3-7 3-4 5-13 2-4 0-7 6-9 2-2 2-5 3-7 4-11 1-1 2-4 4-9 4-6 1-3 3-8 4-9 3-8

3FGs FTs Reb. 2-5 6-7 4 1-1 4-4 4 0-2 2-2 3 1-2 2-5 3 1-2 6-9 3 2-6 0-0 3 0-1 3-3 3 0-0 4-5 3 0-4 3-4 0 1-1 2-2 0 1-4 0-0 5 0-1 3-3 1 0-0 0-2 1 1-3 2-5 1 1-4 2-2 3 1-2 2-2 3 0-3 0-0 4 0-1 2-2 2 1-4 10-13 4 2-3 3-4 3 0-3 2-2 6 4-6 0-0 6 0-0 2-3 3 1-2 6-6 1 1-4 3-4 2 1-6 4-4 1 0-0 7-9 3 1-2 2-6 4 3-5 4-8 4 0-1 4-4 5 0-1 7-8 5 2-5 2-2 4 2-6 4-4 5 3-6 2-2 3

A B S 7 0 5 8 0 1 1 0 3 2 0 3 4 0 3 5 0 10 5 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 8 0 5 7 0 3 4 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 3 4 0 1 4 0 3 6 0 2 4 0 5 3 0 1 1 0 2 3 0 1 3 0 5 4 0 3 4 0 2 3 0 5 3 0 0 4 0 4 6 0 3 3 0 3 2 0 6

Pts. 18 9 2 11 9 16 11 8 7 7 3 7 0 7 9 7 6 8 21 9 2 16 6 11 10 13 9 7 15 12 9 10 14 11

◊ In SEC stats, was No. 2 in mpg, No. 3 in steals, No. 8 in ◊ Earned a spot on ESPN’s top-10 plays after she drove assists, No. 9 in FT pct. and No. 10 in assists-to-TOs. the length of floor and hit a buzzer-beating game◊ Recorded career averages of 21.1 points, 4.6 rebounds, ◊ Became the 58th (of now 62) freshman to start – and the winner – 10-footer from the left baseline – vs. LSU. 4.8 assists and 6.3 steals per game at Date County. 21st (of now 22) to do so in their collegiate debut – ◊ Selected to play in the McDonald’s and WBCA All-Amerduring Andy Landers’ UGA tenure. High School ica games and also named second-team All-America ◊ Stellar at the line in late-game situations: hit 4-of-4 in the ◊ Coached by Randy Watson as a senior and by Gene by Parade and sixth-team by Street & Smith’s. final 30 seconds versus Stanford; had a key steal and Durden as a freshman, sophomore and junior at Dade ◊ Named Homecoming Queen and Miss Dade County FT with 28 seconds left against Florida State; made County High School. High as a senior. 8-of-10 in the final 4:10 in win over Vanderbilt. ◊ Had her “23” jersey retired by Dade County following her ◊ Tied the UGA single-game record for steals with 10 senior season. Personal against Memphis. ◊ Born December 31, 1987, Ashley is the daughter of Greg and Joni Houts. Ashley Houts’ Career Statistics & Career Highs ◊ Major: Recreation and Leisure Studies. Points: 26 Kentucky (2/26/09) Blocks: 1 Mississippi State (2/17/08) ◊ Her older sister, Emily, played collegiately at Gadsden Boards: 9 Richmond (11/9/07) Steals: 10 Memphis (11/29/07) State Community College and Chattanooga. Assists: 13 Auburn (1/29/09) Minutes: 45 Florida State (12/29/07) ◊ Her younger brother, Andrew, was a second-team AllState honoree as a junior at Dade County in 2008-09. Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. ◊ Recipient of the Val Porter Family Scholarship Endow2006-07 34-31 1145-33.7 91-219 .416 33-96 .344 105-136 .772 105-3.1 124 97 0 93 60-0 320-9.4 ment for 2006-07, the Tom and Jeanette Greeson 2007-08 33-33 1215-36.8 111-260 .427 34-99 .343 131-165 .794 94-2.8 163 119 1 87 69-1 387-11.7 Scholarship Endowment for 2007-08 and the Leon Jr. 2008-09 32-32 1207-37.7 129-315 .410 39-125 .312 88-113 .779 90-2.8 151 111 0 70 65-1 385-12.0 and Vickie Farmer Scholarship Endowment for 2008Totals 99-96 3567-36.0 331-794 .417 106-320 .331 324-414 .783 289-2.9 438 327 1 250 194-2 1092-11.0 09 and 2009-10. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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The most vital component to team success is

Persistence

“Some people succeed because they have talent. Some people succeed because they have skill. But most people succeed because they are persistent. They are the ones who grind day in and day out despite adversity. And it is that little bit that makes all the difference.”

– Ebony Jones


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EBONy

JONES

6-3

Freshman

Forward

Dallas, Texas

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Cedar Hill High School

◊ Has three prep teammates playing college hoops – Sky◊ Ultra-athletic post prospect who excelled in both vollar Collins, a sophomore at Texas A&M; and classleyball and track & field in high school, honing abilities mates Ariel Robertson at Division II West Texas A&M that should prove beneficial as a full-time basketball and Shakira Waggoner at Jacksonville Junior College. player at the collegiate level. ◊ Only played two seasons of varsity basketball at Cedar ◊ Led Cedar Hill’s volleyball team to a 24-14 record as a senior, including a 13-1 mark en route to winning the Hill but her physical skills and aggressive effort on District 7AAAAA title. both ends of the floor immediately got the attention of ◊ Selected as the District 7AAAAA Most Valuable Player in the Lady Bulldog coaching staff. volleyball as a senior. ◊ Named to 2008 All-VYPE Magazine first-team volleyball High School squad, an all-classification all-star team chose by that ◊ Coached by Andrea Robinson as a senior and by AnDallas-area publication. drea Harmon-Robins as a junior at Cedar Hill High. ◊ Played outside hitter in volleyball and was recruited by ◊ As a senior, averaged 13.0 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.0 major Division I schools to play that sport as well. blocks and 1.5 steals while helping Cedar Hill compile ◊ Recorded a personal best of 56.93 in the 400-meter an impressive 26-7 record. dash during her junior season. ◊ Tabbed the District 7AAAAA Defensive Player of the ◊ Ran the leadoff leg for Cedar Hill’s 1600-meter relay Year as a senior in 2009. team that finished eighth at the 2009 Class AAAAA ◊ Named the District 7AAAAA Newcomer of the Year as State Championships. a junior, her first season playing varsity basketball for ◊ Qualified for the 2009 Region Championships in the 400 the Lady Longhorns. meters, as well as the 400- and 1600-meter relays. ◊ As a junior, averaged 13.0 points and 8.0 boards.

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◊ According to Cedar Hill coach Andrea Robinson: “It’s hard to find girls that are 6-2, 6-3 that are as athletic and move the way that Ebony does. She runs like nothing I’ve ever seen for a girl that size. She’s just phenomenally athletic. It’s unbelievable when you watch her. She has such a long wing span but she also can run and jump like you just don’t see 6-2, 6-3 girls do.”

Personal

◊ Born January 30, 1991, Ebony is the daughter of Micheaux Briley and James Cooper. ◊ Intended Major: Business. ◊ Recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship for 2009-10.

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The most vital component to team success is

Belief

“you must believe in yourself when you step foot on the court because if you don’t believe in yourself, then how can your teammates believe in you.”

– Anne Marie Armstrong


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ANNE MARIE

ARMSTRONG

6-3

Freshman

Guard

Norcross, Ga.

Wesleyan School

◊ Also named Gatorade’s Georgia Player of the Year as a ◊ One of the most decorated all-around high school senior in 2009. athletes in the state of Georgia’s history, with 10 team and individual state titles to her credit. ◊ Featured in Sports Illustrated’s August 25, 2008 edition ◊ Won three state titles in basketball, three in volleyball of Faces in the Crowd. and four in track (three individual and one team). ◊ Named National Player of the Year by the National ◊ To say the Lady Bulldog coaching staff is excited to see Christian School Athletic Association in 2008 and her potential when concentrating solely on basketball 2009. Also a three-time NCSAA All-American, earning would be a gross understatement. first-team honors as a junior and senior and secondteam recognition as a sophomore. ◊ Finished her career with 2,128 points (No. 7 in Gwinnett High School County history), 820 rebounds, 458 assists and 216 ◊ Coached by Jan Azar at Wesleyan. blocked shots. ◊ Named fourth-team All-America by Parade Magazine as ◊ Named first-team All-State for Class AA as a sophomore a senior. and junior, as well as for Class A as a senior. ◊ Listed as the nation’s No. 41 and No. 50 prospect by Hoopgurlz and the Collegiate Girls Basketball report, ◊ As a senior, averaged 18.3 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 2.9 steals and 2.0 blocks in leading Wesleyan to respectively. its second straight state title. ◊ Tabbed 2008 and 2009 Miss Georgia Basketball the ◊ As a junior, averaged 19.2 points, 8.2 rebounds, 3.7 asGeorgia Sports Writers Association, the Atlanta Joursists, 3.5 steals and 2.4 blocks while leading the Lady nal-Constitution and the Atlanta Tipoff Club, becoming Wolves to a 30-3 record and the Georgia Class AA only the third repeat recipient in the award’s history state championship. along with Maya Moore and UGA’s Tasha Humphrey.

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◊ Poured in a career-high 40 points (and grabbed 17 rebounds) against Savannah Christian in the semifinals of the 2008 state tourney. ◊ Named the National Player of the Year and first-team AllAmerica in volleyball by the National Christian School Athletic Association in 2008. ◊ Named first-team All-State in volleyball as a sophomore, junior and senior. ◊ Led Wesleyan to state championships in volleyball as a freshman, sophomore and junior. ◊ A three-time state champion in the high jump and helped Wesleyan to the team title in 2009. Recorded a thirdplace finish in the shot put as a senior. ◊ Leaped a school-record of 5-6 to win the state title as a sophomore in 2007.

Personal

◊ Born January 23, 1991, Anne Marie is the daughter of Robert (a UGA graduate) and Leslie Armstrong. ◊ Intended Major: Business.

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The most vital component to team success is

Instinct

“Some people are just afraid of success...once a loser, most likely always a loser. But once you get that taste of winning, you develop that burning hate for losing. It’s a matter of how good you want to be. Success must be an instinct, not an option.”

– Jasmine James


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Player Biographies

JAMES 5-9

Freshman

Guard

Memphis, Tenn.

Bartlett High School

◊ A shifty perimeter player who could provide the Lady ◊ Became the first three-year winner of the Memphis “Best Bulldogs with scoring options they have been short on of Preps” award in girls’ basketball in the 40-year hisas of late. tory of the program. ◊ The three-time Player of the Year for Memphis, a hotbed ◊ One of three finalists for Tennessee’s AAA Miss Basketof hoops on every level. ball in 2009, an award won by current UGA teammate Jasmine Hassell. High School ◊ Tabbed Most Valuable Player for both Region 7AAA and ◊ Coached by Lynn Whitfield at Bartlett High. District 14AAA during each of her four seasons play◊ Ranked as the No. 21 prospect in the country by the ing for the Lady Panthers. Collegiate Girls Basketball Report, as well as No. 26 ◊ As a senior, averaged 25.3 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.6 by the All-Star Girls Basketball Report and No. 30 by assists for the Lady Panthers, who finished 25-7 and Bluestar. advanced to the AAA sectionals. ◊ A three-time all-state honor for Class AAA by the Ten◊ As a junior, averaged 24.8 points, 7.0 rebounds, 6.0 nessee Sports Writers Association. assists and 5.0 steals while leading Bartlett to its first ◊ Named the Memphis Commercial Appeal’s “Best of state tournament appearance since 1928. Preps” Player of the Year as a sophomore, junior and ◊ Led the state of Tennessee in scoring as a junior. senior. ◊ Poured in 29 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and collected ◊ Named to the Tennesseean’s “Dream Team” of the top four steals for Bartlett in the Lady Panthers’ 60-49 loss five players in the state regardless of school classificato eventual champion Wilson Central (and Jasmine tion in 2008...UGA classmate Jasmine Hassell also Hassell) in the “Elite Eight” round of the 2008 Class was included on that ledger. AAA State Tournament.

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◊ Named to the all-tourney team for Class AAA at the 2008 State Tournament. ◊ As a sophomore, averaged a District 14-AAA-best 21.3 points per game. ◊ Helped lead Bartlett to a 30-4 record and the Region 7AAA title as a sophomore before falling to eventual state runner-up Memphis Northside in the sectional final...one game shy of the State Tournament. ◊ As a freshman, started and helped Bartlett post a 30-4 record and win the Region 7AAA championship before losing to Memphis Northside in the sectional round.

Personal

◊ Born July 29, 1991, Jasmine is the daughter of Greg and Janine James. ◊ Intended Major: Sports Management. ◊ Recipient of the Andy Landers Basketball Scholarship for 2009-10.

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The most vital component to team success is

Courage “We have to be brave together, so we can be champions together.”

– Meredith Mitchell


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MITCHELL 6-1

Sophomore

Guard

Midfield, Ala.

Midfield High School

◊ Andy Landers has seen signs that Mitchell will prove the ◊ Chipped in quite nicely against South Carolina...said coaching adage that a player makes their most imLanders afterwards: “Meredith Mitchell did some good provement between the end of their freshman season things. Defensively, she was very effective, and ofand the start of their sophomore campaign. fensively she played better than you would expect a ◊ Long and athletic freshman who originally saw action freshman who hasn’t played that much.” primarily as Ashley Houts’ back-up at point guard but ◊ Became the 62nd different freshman to get the starting played on the wing for the most part during the 2009 nod from Andy Landers when she was on the floor for calendar portion of last season. tip-off versus Savannah State. ◊ Garnered five steals – all in the first half – against 2008-09 Season Savannah State, the Lady Bulldogs’ individual single◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and posted the game high for the season. Lady Bulldogs’ highest grade point average for the ◊ Although only seeing limited action in several of her 2008-09 academic year. starts, the Lady Bulldogs posted a 6-1 when Mitchell ◊ Provided a solid defensive presence with five blocks in was on the floor for the tip. the first five games of the season in limited minutes. ◊ Big second-half contributor against Kentucky in the ◊ Scored the Lady Bulldogs’ final four points at UAB... SEC Tourney opener, scoring seven points including much to the delight of her vocal band of family and a three in transition that tied the game after Georgia friends behind the Georgia bench. trailed by nine just 2:20 before. ◊ After not playing in the three non-conference games leading up to SEC play, logged quality minutes at Ole High School Miss and against South Carolina. ◊ Coached by Reggie Ware at Midfield High.

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◊ A four-year starter on Lady Patriot teams that claimed 2007 and 2008 state titles, finished as state runner-up effort in 2005 and reached state semifinals in 2006. ◊ Named to the Alabama Sports Writer’s Association’s “Super Five” all-classification first-team All-State squad as a senior. ◊ A three-time All-State selection in two different school classification sizes. ◊ Secured first-team honors for Class AAAA as both a junior and a senior, as well as second-team recognition for Class AAA as a sophomore. ◊ An outstanding student who graduated No. 2 – and as Salutatorian – of her senior class. ◊ Started and scored nine points in Alabama’s 89-86 overtime victory against Mississippi in the 2008 AlabamaMississippi All-Star Game. ◊ Ranked as the state of Alabama’s No. 4 overall prospect by The Birmingham News. ◊ As a senior, averaged a triple-double of 14.2 points, 11.0 rebounds and 10.0 assists – as well as 5.2 steals – leading Midfield to a second straight 4A state crown.

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Opponent Alabama St. Oakland Detroit N.C. Central Cal St. Fullerton E. Washington ETSU Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech Rutgers UAB Clemson Xavier Virginia Ole Miss S. Carolina Savannah St. Florida Vanderbilt Alabama Auburn Mississippi St. Tennessee Arkansas Vanderbilt LSU Auburn Kentucky Florida Kentucky Vanderbilt Arizona St.

MP 18 18 2 7 7 11 6 3 13 26 17 26 6 5 8 10 4 8 5 11 2 9

FGs 3FGs 1-3 1-1 DNP DNP 1-6 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-3 0-1 1-1 0-0 DNP DNP 2-2 0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-1 3-6 0-0 0-5 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 2-3 0-0 DNP DNP 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 DNP 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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◊ Helped Midfield to a 32-1 record and a final national ranking of No. 12 by USA Today as a senior in 200708 and No. 5 in the Southeast Region. ◊ During her first two campaigns at Midfield, the Lady ◊ Scored 18 points in an 84-52 victory over Deshler in the Patriots reached the championship game of the 2005 2008 state final. Alabama Class 3A State Tournament and lost in the ◊ As a junior, averaged 11.7 points, 10.9 rebounds, 6.6 semifinals in 2006. assists and just under three steals per game for the ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 10.0 points and 9.0 reLady Patriots, who were 26-6 en route to the 4A State bounds. Championship. ◊ Helped Midfield to identical 28-6 records during her Personal freshman and sophomore seasons with the Lady ◊ Born February 28, 1990, Meredith is the daughter of Patriots. Bonita Mitchell.

Meredith Mitchell’s Career Statistics & Career Highs

Points: 8 Savannah State (1/15/09) Boards: 5 Savannah State (1/15/09); Florida (1/18/09) Assists: 3 Three Times, most recent Vanderbilt (2/15/09)

Blocks: 2 Alabama State (11/15/08), N.C. Central (11/26/08) Steals: 5 Savannah State (1/15/09) Minutes: 26 Savannah State (1/15/09), Vanderbilt (1/22/09)

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2008-09 22-7 222-10.1 16-44 .364 2-9 .222 13-23 .565 28-1.3 Totals 22-7 222-10.1 16-44 .364 2-9 .222 13-23 .565 28-1.3 58

A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 20 19 8 11 21-0 47-2.1 20 19 8 11 21-0 47-2.1

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◊ Intended Major: Business. ◊ Recipient of the Mike and Ruth Kooyman Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2008-09.


The most vital component to team success is

Vision

“One who chases dreams knows no limit.”

– Jasmine Hassell


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P E R S O N N E L

◊ One of the nation’s premier prospects who joins a lengthy list of Lady Bulldog signees to earn spots in the WBCA and McDonald’s All-America games. ◊ A strong and very fundamentally sound post presence who should adjust well to the physical nature of the college game.

High School

◊ Coached by Bud Brandon at Wilson Central High. ◊ Ranked as the nation’s No. 11 overall prospect by Hoopgurlz. ◊ Was the 17th future Lady Bulldog to play in the WBCA All-America game since its inception in 1992, and the seventh signee to play in the McDonald’s contest since it began in 2002. ◊ Named second-team All-America by Parade Magazine and third-team All-USA by USA Today. ◊ Scored an efficient six points – including back-to-back buckets and a nifty spin move – by connecting on 3-of-4 shots from the field for the East in a 69-68 loss in the 2009 McDonald’s All-America game in Miami.

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HASSELL 6-2

Freshman

• Forward

◊ Scored four points – on 2-of-4 shooting – for the victorious Blue team in the 2009 WBCA High School AllAmerica game. ◊ Named Division I Class AAA Miss Basketball for Tennessee as both a junior and a senior. ◊ Tabbed as the Tennessean’s Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year in both 2008 and 2009. ◊ As a senior, averaged 19.9 points and 7.0 rebounds and shot nearly 60 percent from the floor while being constantly double- and triple-teamed. ◊ Led Wilson Central to a 28-6 record and District 9AAA regular-season and tournament titles. ◊ As a junior, averaged 21.3 points and 9.7 rebounds per game while leading Wilson Central to a 31-6 record and the Tennessee AAA State Championship. ◊ Poured in 22 points in the 2008 state title tilt against Millington Central, more than half of the Wildcats’ points in the 37-33 overtime victory. ◊ Averaged 23.7 points while shooting 66.7 percent from the field in three 2008 state tourney games, scoring 71 of Wilson Central’s 143 points en route to the title.

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Lebanon, Tenn.

Wilson Central High School

◊ Named to the all-tournament team at the state tournament as a freshman in 2006 when she helped Wilson Central to a 32-7 record and the AAA state title. ◊ Averaged 10.0 points and 7.0 rebounds for Wildcats in their three victories at the 2006 state tournament, including 18 points and 12 boards versus Cleveland in the semis. FYI, Cleveland is coached by former Lady Bulldog Rachel Powell (Moore), who played on Georgia teams that reached the 1995 and 1996 Final Fours and won the 1996 and 1997 SEC Championships.

Personal

◊ Born April 9, 1991, Jasmine is the daughter of Gail Corder-Hassell and Howard Hassell and the granddaughter of Sarah Corder. ◊ Intended Major: Child & Family Development. ◊ Her mother, Gail, played collegiately at Belmont from 1981-84 and was the Bruins’ career scoring leader at the end of her career with 1,814 points. ◊ Recipient of the Victoria P. Farmer Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2009-10.


The most vital component to team success is

Family

“If we want to be successful we must be a family before we’re a team.”

– Angie Criner


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P E R S O N N E L

ANGIE

CRINER 5-8

Junior

Guard

◊ Versatile guard who should benefit from the experiences ◊ Helped Arkansas State to a 20-12 finish, with a 13-5 mark that placed the Red Wolves second in the West of playing both Division I and junior college basketball Division of the Sun Belt standings. prior to arriving in Athens...a trait even more valuable ◊ Among Sun Belt stat leaders, finished the year ranked to a squad featuring six freshmen. No. 7 in both steals (1.8 spg) and FT pct. (.717) ◊ Led Arkansas State offensively in eight games and 2008-09 Season scored in double figures 12 times, including a season◊ Played for Butler (Kansas) Community College, averaghigh 29 points against Western Kentucky. ing team-highs of 17.0 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.6 apg and 3.4 ◊ Output against WKU was the highest single-game prospg while also leading Butler in FG pct. (.452). duction by any Arkansas State player in 2007-08. ◊ Played in 14 games before a shoulder injury ended her ◊ Posted team highs of 17 points and six rebounds in her campaign prematurely. first collegiate start, a 49-45 win at Alabama. ◊ Reached double figures in scoring in all but one outing, ◊ Named to the all-tournament team at Washington’s with four 20-point efforts and four double-doubles. Husky Classic after averaging 15.5 points while con◊ Exploded for a game-high 26 points in the season necting on 11-of-21 field goals and 8-of-9 free throws opener, a 64-62 win over Independence. in games against Weber State and Washington.

2007-08 Season

◊ Played in 32 games, including eight starts, as a freshman at Arkansas State. ◊ Averaged 9.5 points per game for the Red Wolves, second-best on the team.

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High School

Tulsa, Okla.

Jenks HS / Butler (Kan.) CC

◊ Helped Jenks compile a 123-10 record in her four seasons with the Trojans. ◊ Named All-State for large school teams by the 2007 Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association after earning honorable mention status as a junior. ◊ Selected to play in the OGBCA All State Game. ◊ Ranked as the No. 12 player in Oklahoma by CoachesAid.com as a senior. ◊ As a senior, averaged 13.3 points, 4.2 steals and 3.0 rebounds while helping Jenks to a 23-4 finish. ◊ As a junior, averaged 12.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.5 steals for the Trojans. ◊ Helped Jenks to a state championship as a freshman, a runner-up finish as a sophomore and an undefeated regular season record as a junior.

Personal

◊ Born July 3, 1989, Angie is the daughter of Eric and Angela Criner. ◊ Coached by Misty Meadows at Jenks High where she was a three-year starter for one of Oklahoma’s power- ◊ Intended Major: Psychology. house programs.

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The most vital component to team success is

Dedication

“The successful person makes a habit of doing what the failing person doesn’t like to do.”

– Jaleesa Rhoden


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JALEESA

RHODEN

5-8

Junior

Guard

London, Ontario

◊ Georgia’s most aggressive defender contributed greatly ◊ Olive Campbell, her paternal grandmother who lives in at times a year ago...and is determined to make an Brooklyn, saw her play for the first time in person at even more dramatic impact this winter. Rutgers on Dec. 8. ◊ On track to utilize her fifth year of eligibility and obtain ◊ Stellar in road ACC contests, scoring a career-high 13 two bachelor’s degrees (Management and Marketing) points against Georgia Tech and chipping in nine firstfrom UGA’s Terry College of Business. half points on a trio of three-pointers at Virginia. ◊ Notched her first career start against South Carolina on Jan. 11. 2008-09 Season ◊ Sprained her right ankle in the second half against ◊ Scored her first points of the campaign on an athletic Auburn and then missed the Mississippi State game. stickback against Alabama State that seemed to put Returned to action thereafter but played through pain her at ease. Said Rhoden: “That game really helped at times during the rest of the season. me get my confidence back...it felt like I was really back from my injury. For the first time in a long time, it just felt right.” 2007-08 Season ◊ Played in front of family and friends during games ◊ Saw action in 17 games, serving primarily as back-up at against Oakland and Detroit. Her dad (Tony), mom point guard. (Jennifer) and older brother (Marlon) were at the win ◊ Actually saw her first competitive action since a 2006 over Oakland. Two days later, a bus load of about 50 knee injury while playing for the Canadian National family members – including the three aforementioned, Team at the 2007 U19 World Championships. her other brother (Justin) and her maternal grand◊ Saw action in all eight games the Canadians played en mother – chartered a bus across the border to Detroit. route to their ninth-place showing at the U19 Worlds.

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London Central Secondary School

◊ Had a procedure shortly before pre-season practices to address unresolved issues from the earlier arthroscopic procedure. ◊ Gradually worked herself back to full speed and saw her first game action in the second half versus Southern Cal in the championship of the Junkanoo Jam. ◊ Made an immediate impact with a steal and lay-up just 34 seconds after checking into the contest. That bucket gave Georgia a lead the Lady Bulldogs never relinquished the rest of the way. ◊ Notched her first double-digit scoring output in an extremely efficient (4-of-7 FGs and 3-of-4 3FGs) outing against Mercer. ◊ Calmly knocked down a pair of free throws with the Lady Bulldogs leading by eight with 51 seconds left of their SEC Tournament first-round win over Alabama.

2006-07 Season

◊ Was a medical redshirt in 2006-07 after she tore the anterior cruciate ligament and the lateral meniscus in her right knee in the spring of 2006.


Player Biographies 2008-09 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent Alabama St. Oakland Detroit N.C. Central Cal St. Fullerton E. Washington ETSU Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech Rutgers UAB Clemson Xavier Virginia Ole Miss S. Carolina Savannah St. Florida Vanderbilt Alabama Auburn Mississippi St. Tennessee Arkansas Vanderbilt LSU Auburn Kentucky Florida Kentucky Vanderbilt Arizona St.

MP 21 14 23 14 16 19 19 20 18 35 20 13 20 20 32 27 27 27 33 33 11 15 12 6 22 13 34 23 11 4 13

FGs 3-5 1-5 1-4 0-3 2-3 2-5 1-6 3-10 5-7 1-7 0-2 0-1 2-4 3-5 2-7 2-8 2-8 4-9 2-5 0-3 2-2 DNP 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-4 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-2

3FGs 1-3 0-2 1-2 0-2 0-0 2-4 1-3 0-3 2-3 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-4 2-4 1-3 1-4 1-4 0-2 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1

2007-08 Game-By-Game Linescores

FTs Reb. 1-4 5 0-0 5 0-0 4 2-4 2 1-2 4 0-0 3 2-5 8 0-0 2 1-2 1 0-2 3 0-0 2 0-0 2 1-2 3 0-0 5 0-0 3 0-0 4 0-0 6 1-4 5 3-8 3 0-0 0 0-0 1

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Pts. 8 2 3 2 5 6 5 6 13 2 0 0 5 9 6 5 5 10 7 0 5

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Opponent Richmond George Mason Ga. Southern Temple Prairie View Southern Cal Oakland Ga. Tech Davidson Mercer Florida State FIU Presbyterian Xavier Ole Miss Auburn Vanderbilt Alabama Florida Oklahoma Kentucky Vanderbilt Arkansas LSU Florida Mississippi St. Auburn S. Carolina Tennessee Alabama Kentucky Iowa N. Carolina

MP 5 3 2 22 9 18 19 4 0+ 9 2 3 4 0+ 0+ 1 1

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◊ A three-time MVP and team captain at London Central Secondary, earning and serving as such in 2003, 2004 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 and 2005 (girls’ basketball is a fall sport in Ontario). 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 ◊ As a senior at London Central, averaged 27.8 points, 8.0 2-2 0 0 0 0 2 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 3.0 steals while leading the ◊ Underwent arthroscopic surgery on May 18 to correct 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Golden Ghosts to a 27-9 record. the damage from that setback. ◊ Also paced London Central to a runner-up finish in the ◊ Was fully cleared at mid-season and practiced with the pionships and then competed for Canada in the 2005 Class AAA Ontario Federation of School Athletic Asteam without limitations thereafter. World Championships in Tunisia as well. sociation (OFSAA) Tournament, averaging 27.8 points ◊ Showed the abilities – most notably as an aggressive ◊ Led Team Ontario provincial teams to 2003, 2004 and in five games played in the tourney. defender – to become a contributor. 2005 Canadian Championships in their respective ◊ Led London Central to Western Ontario Secondary age-group competitions. School Athletic Association (WOSSAA) Champion◊ In 2003, was the leading scorer and was named MVP at High School ships as a sophomore in 2003 and a senior in 2005. the 15-under national championships. ◊ Coached by Ron Douglas at London Central Secondary. ◊ Georgia’s second-ever recruit from Canada. The first ◊ In 2004, voted a first-team all-star at the 17-under Cana◊ The premier prospect coming out of Canada in 2006. was Angie Ball (1997-2000), a native of Scarsborough dian Championships. ◊ Member of the 2004 Canadian Junior National Team near Toronto who went on to play both in the WNBA ◊ In 2005, when the tourney was part of the Canada Sumwhich advanced from a COPABA qualifying tournaand overseas in Italy and France. mer Games, was the event’s leading scorer. ment to earn a bid to the 2005 FIBA U19 World Cham◊ Received a prestigious Harry Jerome Award for athletics, which is presented to outstanding and inspirational African Canadians. Jaleesa Rhoden’s Career Statistics & Career Highs Points: 13 Georgia Tech (12/5/08) Blocks: 0 Personal Boards: 8 East Tennessee State (12/1/08) Steals: 3 Detroit (11/22/08) ◊ Born June 9, 1988, Jaleesa is the daughter of Tony and Assists: 4 Florida (3/1/09) Minutes: 35 Rutgers (12/8/08) Jennifer Rhoden. ◊ Major: Management and Marketing. Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. ◊ Recipient of the Andy Landers Women’s Basketball 2007-08 17-0 102-6.0 7-23 .304 3-7 .429 3-4 .750 10-0.6 6 8 0 4 3-0 20-1.2 Scholarship for 2006-07. 2008-09 31-8 615-19.8 41-125 .328 17-58 .293 14-41 .341 84-2.7 38 23 0 20 39-0 113-3.6 ◊ Recipient of the Tom and Jeannette Greeson Women’s Totals 49-8 717-14.9 48-148 .324 20-65 .308 17-45 .378 94-2.0 44 31 0 24 42-0 133-2.8 Basketball Scholarship for 2008-09 and 2009-10. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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The most vital component to team success is

Desire

“In order to succeed in life, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure. ” – Porsha Phillips


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PHILLIPS 6-2

Junior

◊ The most athletic power player for Georgia since...well, it’s tough to make any really solid comparisons. ◊ After a season of sometimes dominant outings, the Georgia staff would like nothing more than for all the pieces Phillips possesses to be on display on a more regular basis. ◊ After three tries, a highly coveted prospect from the Phillips family finally made their way to Athens. ◊ Older brothers Brandon and Patrick both signed lettersof-intent to play baseball at Georgia before opting to sign professional contracts out of high school. Brandon is now the starting second baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, and Patrick (P.J.) is in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim organization.

2008-09 Season

Player Biographies

◊ Posted then-career-best tallies for points, rebounds and steals in the season opener. ◊ In double-digits in each of the first five games, the only Lady Bulldog to do so and also equaling the number of double-figure tallies she had as a freshman at LSU.

Forward

Stone Mountain, Ga.

P E R S O N N E L

Redan High School / LSU

◊ Posted her first career double-double at Detroit. ◊ Came off the bench for the first time this season against South Carolina and scored seven of her team-high 14 points during an 11-0 first-half surge. ◊ Red hot on back-to-back Sundays. Poured in a careerhigh 21 points at Alabama, scoring the game’s first seven in 3:27 and also canning the game-winning jumper with 25.6 seconds left. Scored eight in the first 3:08 to almost single-handedly supply an 11-0 lead against Mississippi State. ◊ Shot a sizzling 63.4 percent (26-of-41) during a fourgame winning streak from Jan. 22-Feb. 1. ◊ Named SEC Player of the Week on Feb. 2 after averaging 14.0 points and connecting on 61.1 percent of her FGs and in wins over No. 5 Auburn and Mississippi St. ◊ Averaged a team-best 12.7 ppg in SEC action including double digits in 12 of 14 league games.

2007-08 Season

◊ Transferred to Georgia and joined the Lady Bulldogs at the beginning of fall conditioning.

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◊ Practiced but not be eligible for competition during the 2007-08 per NCAA regulations regarding transfers. ◊ Made significant contributions by providing an athletic post during practices and scrimmages.

2006-07 Season

◊ Significant contributor for LSU in its 30-8 campaign that culminated with a trip to the Final Four in Cleveland. ◊ Notched five double-digit scoring efforts. ◊ Saw action in all 38 games, including six successive starts from mid-February through the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament. ◊ Earned her first start against Arkansas in mid-February. ◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 12 after averaging 8.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.5 blocks and 1.0 steals against Florida and Connecticut. ◊ Posted career highs of 12 points, four assists and 27 minutes played in the Lady Tigers’ 72-71 loss to No. 5 Connecticut. ◊ Started LSU’s SEC Tournament victories over Ole Miss and Tennessee.

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Opponent Alabama St. Oakland Detroit N.C. Central Cal St. Fullerton E. Washington ETSU Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech Rutgers UAB Clemson Xavier Virginia Ole Miss S. Carolina Savannah St. Florida Vanderbilt Alabama Auburn Mississippi St. Tennessee Arkansas Vanderbilt LSU Auburn Kentucky Florida Kentucky Vanderbilt Arizona St.

MP 19 31 27 24 27 17 20 23 12 20 13 29 29 27 30 23 18 24 30 26 20 37 36 28 12 17 19 32 30 27 14 18

FGs 6-10 5-15 6-19 4-7 6-11 4-7 4-7 4-9 1-4 2-3 2-2 4-10 1-8 4-6 4-16 6-7 2-11 2-6 6-11 9-12 5-6 6-12 3-14 4-11 2-5 3-9 6-10 5-12 8-14 5-10 2-7 3-6

3FGs FTs Reb. 0-0 3-4 8 0-0 2-2 8 0-0 0-0 10 0-0 2-2 6 0-0 0-0 11 0-0 0-1 2 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 1-1 9 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 1-2 3 0-0 0-0 8 0-0 7-10 9 0-0 1-2 7 0-0 2-4 7 1-3 1-4 8 0-0 2-3 2 0-0 0-0 8 0-0 7-8 7 0-1 3-5 7 0-0 3-4 8 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 6-6 10 0-0 4-4 3 0-0 5-7 7 0-0 2-2 1 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 1-1 4 0-0 1-2 11 0-0 4-4 8 0-0 4-4 5 0-0 1-2 3 0-0 3-4 2

A B 1 2 4 3 5 2 4 1 4 1 3 0 0 3 2 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 4 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 4 0 0 0 0

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Pts. 15 12 12 10 12 8 8 9 2 5 4 15 3 10 10 14 4 11 15 21 10 18 10 13 6 6 13 11 20 14 5 9

Opponent West Virginia Howard Virginia Tech UL-Lafayette Tulane Baylor Tulsa E. Washington New Orleans Detroit Ohio State Michigan State McNeese State Louisiana Tech South Florida Georgia Ole Miss Mississippi State Kentucky Alabama Arkansas Auburn Georgia South Carolina Florida Connecticut Arkansas Tennessee Vanderbilt Alabama Ole Miss Tennessee Vanderbilt UNC Asheville West Virginia Florida State Connecticut Rutgers

MP 18 13 13 8 7 9 19 15 13 13 15 11 14 10 6 15 9 24 15 15 11 11 7 16 10 27 23 7 21 23 11 12 6 13 4 12 3 7

FGs 2-6 5-8 4-5 0-1 1-3 1-2 1-4 3-9 2-4 1-8 1-5 1-8 2-5 2-7 0-3 2-10 2-5 4-10 1-7 2-6 2-7 1-4 0-4 1-7 2-4 6-15 2-9 0-0 1-5 6-9 1-3 0-3 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-3

3FGs 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

FTs Reb. 2-2 2 1-2 3 2-2 5 1-2 3 1-2 0 0-0 0 1-2 5 1-1 2 0-0 3 0-0 6 1-2 2 0-0 5 0-0 7 0-0 1 0-0 6 0-0 1 1-2 2 1-2 6 0-0 4 0-0 4 0-0 3 0-0 4 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-0 5 0-0 4 0-0 3 0-0 4 0-0 4 0-0 4 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 4 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 1

A B 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 3 4 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

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

Pts. 7 11 10 1 3 2 4 7 4 3 3 2 4 5 0 4 5 10 2 4 4 2 0 2 4 12 4 0 2 12 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 2

◊ Tabbed to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s five-player all-class all-state team as a senior. ◊ Invited to participate in the USA Basketball’s Youth Development Festival in 2005, where she averaged 6.0 High School points and 6.2 rebounds for the Bronze Medal-winning ◊ At Redan, coached by Rhonda Malone, a four-year letRed Team. terwinner and two-year starter for the Lady Bulldogs ◊ Helped Redan compile a 104-27 record during her four from 1981-84. Malone was a member of teams that seasons with the Lady Raiders. ◊ Scored seven points, grabbed four rebounds and had reached the 1983 Final Four and won the 1983 and ◊ Led Redan to a runner-up finish in the 2005 Georgia two blocked shots for the East squad at the McDon1984 SEC Championships Class AAAAA State Tournament, as well as the semifiald’s game. ◊ Tabbed third-team All-America by Parade, USA Today nals in 2006 and the quarterfinals in 2003 and 2004. ◊ Scored seven points, notched seven boards and swatted and Street & Smith’s as a senior. ◊ Finished her stellar prep career with 1,696 points, 923 three shots for the White team in the WBCA contest. ◊ Selected to participate in both the McDonald’s and rebounds and 444 blocks, four-year averages of 14.6 ◊ Named DeKalb County Player of the Year as a sophoWBCA All-America games and was a teammate of ppg, 8.0 rpg and 3.8 bpg. more, junior and senior. current Lady Bulldog Ashley Houts in both outings. ◊ As a senior, averaged 14.8 points, 7.3 rebounds, 5.7 blocks, 2.7 assists and 2.3 steals for Redan. Porsha Phillip’s Career Statistics & Career Highs ◊ As a junior, averaged 18.8 points, 8.5 rebounds, 4.5 Points: 21 Alabama (1/25/09) Blocks: 4 Kentucky (3/5/09) blocks and 2.8 steals, leading Redan to a 33-5 record. Boards: 11 Cal. St. Fullerton (11/28/08), Kentucky (2/26/09) Steals: 4 Alabama State (11/25/08), Clemson (12/22/08) Assists: 5 Detroit (11/22/08) Minutes: 37 Mississippi State (2/1/09) Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA 2006-07 38-6 486-12.8 62-194 .320 5-32 .156 14-21 2008-09 32-23 759-23.7 134-297 .451 1-4 .250 66-88 Totals 70-9 1245-17.8 196-491 .399 6-36 .167 80-109 68

Pct. Reb.-Avg. .667 110-2.9 .750 196-6.1 .734 306-4.4

A TO BL 28 36 35 45 90 38 73 126 73

S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 26 64-1 143-3.8 40 77-4 335-10.5 66 141-5 478-6.8

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◊ Born January 13, 1988, Porsha is the daughter of Lue and James Phillips. ◊ Major: Child and Family Development. ◊ Recipient of the Victoria P. Farmer Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2008-09.


The most vital component to team success is

Strength

“It’s also during your darkest or fearful moments, that you gather your courage and call upon your greatest strength to pull you through those days. That’s when you learn to stretch your strength.”

– Christy Marshall


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CHRISTy

MARSHALL 6-1

Senior

Guard

◊ The Lady Bulldogs’ most experience wing who will red◊ Scored a post-season career-high 17 points against shirt during the 2009-10 season after suffering a knee Kentucky in the SEC Tournament. injury just before the start of pre-season practices in the fall. 2007-08 Season ◊ Tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her right ◊ Started both exhibition contests, averaging 7.0 points knee in a team workout on Oct. 14, approximately 48 and 7.0 rebounds in those contests. hours prior to the campaign’s first official practice. ◊ Equaled her career-high scoring output with 17 points against Georgia Southern. 2008-09 Season ◊ Simply killed Southern Conference competition, connect◊ Scored a career-best 18 points against Cal State Fuling on a combined 13-of-17 (.765) shots from the floor lerton, besting by one the mark she set three times as against Georgia Southern and Davidson. a sophomore. ◊ Missed the Mercer game after knocking heads with a ◊ Certainly has an eye for the big game...has been UGA’s teammate in practice two days earlier...and subseleading scorer seven times in 88 games played – at quently out of action for post-holiday games against LSU, versus Tennessee in Athens and against BelFlorida State and Florida International as well. mont (NCAA Tourney) as a freshman; at Oklahoma, ◊ Four of her seven double-figure performances came in against Tennessee and versus Alabama (SEC Tourthe last nine outings of the season...averaging 9.7 ppg ney) as a sophomore; and at Tennessee as a junior. over that span versus 5.2 in her first 21 appearances ◊ Averaged 14.0 points and shot 48.5 percent from the the season. floor in five games from Auburn through Vanderbilt... ◊ Earned the first start of her sophomore campaign at vs. 7.0 ppg and 38.4 pct. in the year’s first 20 games. South Carolina.

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Savannah, Ga.

2006-07 Season

Beach High School

◊ Tabbed the SEC co-Sixth Woman of the Year by league coaches along with Vanderbilt’s Liz Sherwood. ◊ Also named to the Freshman All-SEC team, joining Ashley Houts and Angel Robinson to become the first trio of classmates to be recognized as such by the league. ◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Nov. 20 and on Feb. 19. ◊ In statistical leaders for conference games only, led Georgia and ranked No. 12 in the SEC in FG pct. ◊ Scored 10 first-half points at Georgia Tech en route to what was then a career-best 16. ◊ Earned her first start against TCU to become the 59th (of now 62) freshman to start a game for Andy Landers at Georgia. ◊ Enjoyed much-increased production in league play. Averaged 7.0 points per game against non-conference foes but then upped that mark to 9.4 ppg in 14 contests versus SEC competition. ◊ Seven of her 11 double-digit outings came in SEC play, including four of the last five regular-season games.


Player Biographies 2008-09 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent Alabama St. Oakland Detroit N.C. Central Cal St. Fullerton E. Washington ETSU Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech Rutgers UAB Clemson Xavier Virginia Ole Miss S. Carolina Savannah St. Florida Vanderbilt Alabama Auburn Mississippi St. Tennessee Arkansas Vanderbilt LSU Auburn Kentucky Florida Kentucky Vanderbilt Arizona St.

MP 25 30 33 26 29 32 31 27 22 9 19 31 29 29 5 16 21 8 18 14 29 36 35 30 38 21 37 23 34 34 33

FGs 5-10 4-11 2-10 5-10 7-13 5-8 3-10 6-11 1-6 0-4 4-7 6-16 3-10 4-18 0-3 2-3 2-5 0-1 2-4 2-4 7-11 5-14 8-14 5-11 7-16 2-6 4-15 DNP 4-8 8-12 4-13 3-10

3FGs 0-3 1-1 0-1 1-2 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-2 1-1 0-2 0-1

2007-08 Game-By-Game Linescores

FTs Reb. 1-2 7 0-0 4 0-0 9 0-0 6 3-3 7 1-2 6 0-0 6 0-0 9 0-0 3 0-0 1 0-0 2 1-1 3 2-4 7 1-2 5 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-2 4 0-0 2 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 4 3-3 5 0-0 8 2-2 4 0-0 8 4-5 3 0-0 5

A B 6 1 2 1 2 0 5 2 1 0 2 0 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 5 1 1 0 2 0 3 1 1 0 3 1

S 1 2 1 4 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2

6-11 0-0 1-2 0-0

1 6 4 2

2 3 1 1

5 3 5 5

0 1 0 0

Pts. 11 9 4 11 18 11 6 12 2 0 8 13 8 9 0 5 4 0 4 5 15 13 16 12 14 8 8 14 17 9 6

◊ Came off the bench to score a team-high 12 points both at LSU and versus Tennessee in Athens. ◊ After making .533 of her FTs in the first 18 games, made 6-of-7 in the final 2:56 versus Vanderbilt in Athens. ◊ Earned her first SEC start at Alabama and responded by pouring in a career-high 17 points. ◊ Became only the fourth Lady Bulldog freshman to post team-high scoring honors in her NCAA Tournament debut with 11 points against Belmont, joining Lady Hardmon who did so in 1989; Kelly Miller in 1998; and Cori Chambers in 2004. Points: Boards: Assists: Season 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

Opponent Richmond George Mason Ga. Southern Temple Prairie View Southern Cal Oakland Ga. Tech Davidson Mercer Florida State FIU Presbyterian Xavier Ole Miss Auburn Vanderbilt Alabama Florida Oklahoma Kentucky Vanderbilt Arkansas LSU Florida Mississippi St. Auburn S. Carolina Tennessee Alabama Kentucky Iowa N. Carolina

MP 19 20 18 14 18 5 13 11 18 9 14 14 8 25 19 22 31 25 13 9 10 22 22 24 25 24 21 19 23 19

FGs 2-6 2-9 8-9 1-7 4-7 0-3 1-8 1-5 5-8 DNP DNP DNP 2-5 0-3 1-7 1-3 2-8 4-7 3-10 6-12 1-6 1-8 0-4 1-3 7-13 3-7 4-8 2-6 5-10 7-14 2-8 3-9 1-4

3FGs 1-2 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1

1-2 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-2 2-3 0-0 0-4 0-1 0-1 2-3 1-2 1-1 0-1 2-3 0-0 1-2 2-3 0-1

2006-07 Game-By-Game Linescores

FTs Reb. 2-2 7 1-3 4 0-0 3 1-1 2 0-0 4 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-0 6 1-1 3

A B 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

S 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0

Pts. 7 5 17 3 8 0 2 2 12

2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-2 3-3 1-3 0-0 1-2 1-3

0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 2

1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

7 0 2 2 5 8 7 16 2 2 0 2 16 7 11 6 15 15 5 9 3

2 3 3 0 2 1 5 4 7 2 1 1 5 2 6 4 4 6 2 3 2

High School

1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

Opponent Rutgers N.C. A&T Davidson Ga. Southern Stanford Memphis Georgia Tech MTSU Savannah St. TCU George Mason Richmond G. Washington Brown Florida LSU Mississippi St. Tennessee Vanderbilt Florida St. Ole Miss Florida LSU Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Kentucky Auburn Arkansas Kentucky Vanderbilt Belmont Iowa State Purdue

MP 22 27 25 17 10 31 29 30 18 27 23 9 20 18 16 16 9 22 20 26 24 14 14 20 31 26 27 28 15 21 26 26 11 16

FGs 3-5 5-11 7-12 2-2 0-3 7-16 7-10 1-4 1-5 4-8 2-6 2-5 2-4 0-4 3-6 5-5 2-5 6-11 3-5 3-7 2-6 4-11 2-5 1-6 8-17 4-7 3-6 6-13 4-8 2-6 3-8 5-8 1-6 1-3

3FGs FTs Reb. 0-0 2-2 3 0-1 0-0 5 0-2 2-5 4 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-3 0-2 5 0-0 2-2 4 0-0 0-0 8 1-2 2-2 2 0-2 0-2 3 0-1 1-1 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 3-3 1 0-1 0-0 3 0-0 3-7 3 1-1 1-2 0 0-0 0-2 3 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 7-10 6 0-2 0-1 5 0-1 0-0 3 0-1 0-0 2 1-2 2-2 1 0-1 0-0 4 0-0 1-2 3 1-1 2-2 4 1-1 4-4 5 0-2 0-0 6 1-1 0-1 2 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 2-2 2 1-1 0-0 3 0-1 0-0 3 0-0 2-2 3

A B 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 3 0 1 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0

S 0 4 2 4 0 3 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts. 8 10 16 4 0 14 16 2 5 8 5 4 7 0 9 12 4 12 13 6 4 8 7 2 17 11 11 12 9 4 8 11 2 4

◊ Tabbed first-team all-state for Class AAAAA as a senior ◊ Coached by Ronald Booker at Beach High where she by the GACA, the Georgia Sports Writers Association helped the Bulldogs compile a record of 104-11. and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. ◊ Rated as the nation’s No. 9 overall prospect and No. 1 ◊ Averaged 7.2 points and 4.4 rebounds for the undefeatwing recruit by the All-Star Girls Report. ed Gold Medal-winning Blue Team at USA Basket◊ Named fourth-team All-America by Parade Magazine as ball’s 2005 Youth Development Festival. a senior. ◊ As a senior, averaged 22.0 points, 9.0 boards and 2.0 ◊ Selected as Georgia’s 2006 Class AAAAA Player of the steals leading the Bulldogs to a 26-3 mark. Year by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association. ◊ As a junior, averaged 18.8 points, 10.3 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals, helping Beach to a 27-3 record the quarterfinals of the AAAAA State Tournament. Christy Marshall’s Career Statistics & Career Highs 18 Cal State Fullerton (11/28/08) Blocks: 2 Five Times, most recent Clemson (12/22/08) Personal 9 Detroit (11/22/08), Tennessee Tech (12/3/08) Steals: 4 N.C. Central (11/26/08), Ga. Southern (11/21/06) ◊ Born July 20, 1988, Christy is the daughter of Jestine 6 Alabama State (11/15/08), Kentucky (3/5/09) Minutes: 38 Vanderbilt (2/15/09) and Charles Marshall. ◊ Major: Fashion Merchandising. GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. ◊ Recipient of the Edwina Chastain Johnson Women’s 34-6 714-21.0 111-244 .455 7-27 .259 36-56 .643 109-3.2 35 59 6 27 76-1 265-7.8 Basketball Scholarship Endowment for both 2006-07 30-1 534 17.8 80-217 .369 16-46 .348 20-32 .625 93-3.1 17 46 13 15 59-1 196-6.5 and 2007-08. 31-21 804-25.9 120-294 .408 7-35 .200 25-39 .641 141-4.5 64 70 17 28 60-0 272-8.8 95-28 2052-21.6 311-755 .412 30-108 .278 81-127 .638 343-3.6 116 175 36 70 195-2 733-7.7 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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The most vital component to team success is

Togetherness “A team can only become successful when everyone comes together as one with the same goal, mind frame and determination”

– Tamika Willis


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Player Biographies

WILLIS

6-2

Freshman

Forward

College Park, Ga.

P E R S O N N E L

Westlake High School

◊ The star at Westlake during the Lady Lions compilation Personal of a combined 75-10 record from 2007-09. ◊ Born August 11, 1990, Tamika is the daughter of Angela ◊ Helped lead Westlake on three deep runs in the Georgia Willis. State Tournament, the “Elite Eight” and semifinals in ◊ Intended Major: Social Work. Class AAAA in 2007 and 2008, respectively, and the High School ◊ Recipient of the Tom and Edwina Johnson Scholarship “Elite Eight” for Class AAAAA in 2009. ◊ Coached by HIlda Hankerson at Westlake High. for 2009-10. ◊ As a senior, led Westlake to a 27-2 finish as the Lady ◊ Rated as the nation’s No. 34 overall prospect by the Lions moved up to Class AAAAA, went undefeated Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and was a major in Region 4AAAAA, won the Region Tournament and reason that service ranked Georgia as the No. 3 then reached the quarterfinals of the state tourney. recruiting class in the nation for 2009. ◊ Led Westlake to a national ranking as high as No. 4 in ◊ Also tabbed as the nation’s No. 80 prospect by the nation early in the 2008-09 season. Hoopgurlz. ◊ As a junior, averaged a double-double of 22.0 points ◊ Tabbed first-team All-State by the Georgia Sports Writand 10.0 rebounds – as well as 3.0 blocks per game ers Association as a junior (Class AAAA) and a senior – while leading Westlake’s Lady Lions to a 22-4 finish. (Class AAAAA) after earning second-team status as a ◊ Led Westlake to a final record of 22-4 and the semifinals sophomore (Class AAAA). of the 2008 AAAAA state tournament before falling to ◊ Named the Metro Atlanta Player of the Year by the eventual champion Southwest DeKalb. Atlanta Tipoff Club as a senior. ◊ Helped Westlake post a 26-4 record en route to reaching ◊ Selected as the South team’s Most Valuable Player the “Elite Eight” round of the Class AAAA state tournain the 2009 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association ment as a sophomore in 2007. (GACA) All-Star Game. ◊ A powerful inside presence who also has the ability to step out and face the basket with a solid mid-range game.

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The most vital component to team success is

Hard Work

“When a team has the desire to work hard and succeed they can overcome any obstacle and accomplish things people never thought possible.”

– Candace Williams


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Player Biographies

WILLIAMS

5-8

Freshman

Guard

Blairsville, Ga.

P E R S O N N E L

Union County High School

◊ Voted Union County High’s 2008 Homecoming Queen. ◊ Topped the 1,000-point career scoring plateau in the third game of her senior season, scoring 23 points in a 56-43 victory over Banks County. Personal ◊ Scored a school-record 41 points against Pendleton ◊ Born February 22, 1991, Candace is the daughter of Kim (S.C.) High School. and Jim Williams. ◊ As a junior, averaged 21.1 points and shot 49.3 percent ◊ Intended Major: Business. from three-point range for the Lady Panthers, who finished 20-8 before losing in the first round of the 2008 High School Class AA State Tournament. ◊ Coached by Mike West during her first three years and ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 13.7 points and 2.6 assists Jim Hughes her senior season at Union County. per game for the Lady Panthers. ◊ Named second-team All-State by both the Atlanta Tipoff Club and the Georgia Sports Writers Association as a ◊ An excellent student who graduated top-10 in her class, was named to the National Honor Roll and was senior in 2009. awarded the DAR Good Citizen Award. ◊ Selected as the Most Valuable Player for Region 8AA as ◊ One of of 10 statewide female finalists for the Vincent J. both a junior and a senior. Dooley Scholarship, awarded by Athletes for a Better ◊ Poured in 1,601 points during her final three seasons World (ABW) and the Georgia High School Associawith the Lady Panthers after missing her freshman tion (GHSA) to the male and female high school campaign due to a knee injury. athlete who exemplifies “distinguished individual ◊ As a senior, averaged 23.6 points, 3.6 assists and 3.5 character, outstanding teamwork and commendable steals while leading UCHS to a 17-11 record, the Recitizenship in their communities.” gion 8AA title and the “Sweet 16” of the state tourney. ◊ Sharp-shooting walk-on who knocked down 152 threepointers while shooting 43.3 percent from behind the arc during her junior and senior seasons combined. ◊ Impressed the Georgia staff during fall conditioning with her ability not only to keep up with the pack but being among the leaders a good deal of the time.

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The most vital component to team success is

Passion

“Without passion flowing through my blood before I step on the court, I will not be helpful for my team to win and go far.”

– Angel Robinson


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Player Biographies

ANGEL

ROBINSON 6-5

Senior

Forward

Marietta, Ga.

Marietta High School

a left shoulder subluxation in the third official practice of the fall. ◊ Scored what was then a career-high 19 points against East Tennessee State in just 23 minutes of action. Her previous high was 18 points on three occasions, most recently against Alabama last season. ◊ With a trio of blocks at Oakland, moved past assistant coach La’Keshia Frett into the No. 10 spot among the Lady Bulldogs’ career leaders for blocked shots. Eventually ascended to No. 7. ◊ Scored 12 of Georgia’s first 15 points as the Lady Bulldogs raced to a 25-10 lead over Vanderbilt in Athens... 2008-09 Season and then maintained a double-digit edge most of the ◊ Named second-team All-SEC by league coaches and rest of the way. honorable mention All-SEC by the Associated Press. ◊ Poured in 29 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in Geor◊ Led the SEC in rebounding in 2008-09 while averaggia’s 2009 SEC Tournament matchup with Vanderbilt, ing 9.3 rpg. Became the first Lady Bulldog to lead the the single-game high for any Lady Bulldog in those league in boards since 1987-88 (Tammye Jenkins). categories during 2008-09. ◊ Among SEC leaders, also ranked No. 16 in scoring and ◊ Came on strong in the final eight games of the season, No. 2 in blocked shots. averaging 14.8 points and 11.5 rebounds (five double◊ Missed the vast majority of pre-season practices and did doubles) and shooting 58.8 percent from the field. not participate in the exhibition contest after suffering ◊ Looked to be approaching the form that could make her one of the most dominant post players in the nation during the closing weeks of last season. ◊ A fifth-year senior who redshirted during the 2005-06 season due to a knee injury, Robinson received her bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Development in August and currently enrolled in graduate school pursuing a master’s in Adult Education. ◊ Enters 2009-10 needing 40 points to become the Lady Bulldogs’ 31st 1,000-point career scorer.

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2007-08 Season

◊ Among SEC statistical leaders, finished the campaign ranked No. 6 in rebounds, No. 8 in blocks and No. 27 in scoring. ◊ Notched 17 double-digit scoring outings as well as 10 double-figure rebounding efforts en route to seven double-double performances. ◊ Gained the starting nod against Georgia Southern in the third game of the season and never relinquished that position the rest of the way. ◊ Earned a spot on the all-tournament team at the Junkanoo Jam after posting a double-double against Southern Cal in the title tilt. ◊ Hauled in 18 boards against Florida State in the first round of the FIU Fun & Sun Classic, equaling the 10th-best tally in Lady Bulldog history and representing the most by a Georgia player since Tiffany Walker also had 18 versus S.C. State on Feb. 23, 1994. ◊ Averaged a double-double of 14.0 points and 10.0 rebounds in NCAA Tournament outings against Iowa and North Carolina.

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Opponent Alabama St. Oakland Detroit N.C. Central Cal St. Fullerton E. Washington ETSU Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech Rutgers UAB Clemson Xavier Virginia Ole Miss S. Carolina Savannah St. Florida Vanderbilt Alabama Auburn Mississippi St. Tennessee Arkansas Vanderbilt LSU Auburn Kentucky Florida Kentucky Vanderbilt Arizona St.

MP FGs 3FGs 16 4-6 0-0 27 5-11 0-0 27 5-10 0-0 11 6-6 0-0 26 7-9 0-0 26 3-10 0-0 23 9-13 0-1 22 3-5 0-0 24 2-6 0-0 32 3-3 0-0 23 5-11 0-0 28 2-4 0-0 30 2-9 0-1 33 2-2 0-0 27 5-12 0-0 30 5-10 0-0 19 5-8 0-0 31 3-6 0-0 35 6-11 0-1 30 0-4 0-0 39 8-11 1-1 34 3-5 0-0 34 3-7 0-0 28 1-3 1-1 36 6-8 0-0 39 6-12 1-2 37 8-14 0-0 37 3-8 0-0 23 4-8 0-0 38 6-7 0-0 38 13-18 1-1 40 4-10 0-0

FTs Reb. 0-0 5 2-3 7 4-4 11 1-2 5 3-4 10 3-3 13 1-4 15 1-2 8 1-2 7 1-1 4 1-2 12 2-2 12 1-3 5 4-6 11 5-5 9 4-5 5 8-8 6 1-2 8 3-5 14 0-0 12 0-0 5 7-7 9 0-1 7 0-1 6 5-7 8 2-4 15 1-1 14 3-7 11 2-2 9 0-0 10 2-2 16 1-2 9

2006-07 Season

A B 1 2 0 3 1 3 0 1 4 2 0 3 0 3 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 2 1 3 1 3 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 2 5 2 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 2 1 3 2 0 1 3 0 1 0 3 2 3 0 3

2007-08 Game-By-Game Linescores S 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 3

Pts. 8 12 14 13 17 9 19 7 5 7 11 6 5 8 15 14 18 7 17 0 17 13 6 3 17 15 17 9 10 12 29 9

Opponent Richmond George Mason Ga. Southern Temple Prairie View Southern Cal Oakland Ga. Tech Davidson Mercer Florida State FIU Presbyterian Xavier Ole Miss Auburn Vanderbilt Alabama Florida Oklahoma Kentucky Vanderbilt Arkansas LSU Florida Mississippi St. Auburn S. Carolina Tennessee Alabama Kentucky Iowa N. Carolina

MP 22 20 21 21 23 31 38 28 31 17 40 25 15 25 33 21 39 33 31 26 7 38 30 39 30 20 37 37 27 33 36 40 32

FGs 3-5 2-6 4-9 5-8 3-5 6-12 6-13 4-6 8-14 3-6 4-9 5-9 3-4 4-6 7-12 1-9 1-3 5-7 4-7 2-7 0-2 3-7 5-8 4-7 2-4 1-2 6-14 5-9 4-7 3-7 4-8 8-15 5-7

3FGs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

FTs Reb. 3-4 8 1-2 10 4-5 7 1-3 6 0-1 8 3-4 10 3-3 12 5-6 8 1-2 9 3-6 10 4-4 18 2-3 6 2-2 6 2-2 6 2-2 9 0-0 7 3-4 5 2-4 14 2-2 7 3-4 7 0-0 1 0-0 11 0-0 6 6-6 12 0-0 8 2-2 2 2-2 11 6-8 9 0-0 6 2-5 5 1-2 14 1-2 11 1-3 9

A B 1 3 0 3 1 1 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 3 2 0 2 1 2 0 2 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 0 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 3 0 2 1 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 2

2006-07 Game-By-Game Linescores S 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 1 3

Pts. 9 5 12 11 6 15 15 13 17 9 12 12 8 10 16 2 5 12 10 7 0 6 11 14 4 4 14 16 8 8 9 17 11

◊ Scored 12 in the second half versus LSU in Athens, including six straight to push a one-point lead to seven. ◊ Named Freshman All-SEC after being SEC Freshman of the Week on both Dec. 18 and Feb. 5. 2005-06 Season ◊ Among SEC leaders, finished No. 6 in FG pct. and No. ◊ Tore the ACL in her left knee just 114 seconds after 13 in blocked shots. checking into exhibition opener against Augusta State. ◊ Endured “feast or famine” scoring year, with 14 double◊ Underwent surgery to repair her knee on Dec. 20. digit games but 10 outings of two points or less. ◊ Became the 60th (of now 62) freshman – and the third High School member of her class – to start for Andy Landers at ◊ Coached by Ken Sprague, Jr., at Marietta High. Georgia when she got the nod at George Mason.

Angel Robinson’s Career Statistics & Career Highs

Points: 29 Vanderbilt (3/6/09) Boards: 18 Florida State (11/29/07) Assists: 5 Alabama (1/25/09)

Blocks: 4 Four times, most recent UAB (12/20/08) Steals: 3 Three times, most recent Kentucky (3/5/09) Minutes: 40 Florida State (11/29/07)

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA 2006-07 33-2 596-18.1 104-192 .542 2-3 .667 53-87 2007-08 33-28 946-28.7 130-254 .512 1-10 .100 67-93 2008-09 32-20 943-29.5 147-265 .555 4-7 .571 71-99 Totals 98-50 2485-25,4 381-711 .536 7-20 .350 191-279 78

Pct. Reb.-Avg. .609 178-5.4 .720 278-8.4 .717 298-9.3 .685 754-7.7

A TO BL 10 51 31 31 92 51 25 78 70 66 221 152

S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 16 62-3 263-8.0 28 104-6 328-9.9 26 102-4 369-11.5 70 268-13 960-9.8

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Opponent Rutgers N.C. A&T Davidson Ga. Southern Stanford Memphis Georgia Tech MTSU Savannah St. TCU George Mason Richmond G. Washington Brown Florida LSU Mississippi St. Tennessee Vanderbilt Florida St. Ole Miss Florida LSU Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Kentucky Auburn Arkansas Kentucky Vanderbilt Belmont Iowa State Purdue

MP 25 14 26 27 16 6 14 22 23 25 19 28 11 20 19 14 25 12 19 5 6 20 17 24 13 32 2 15 22 20 23 17 15

FGs 4-11 1-5 3-4 8-14 3-5 DNP 0-0 5-5 4-7 8-11 4-8 2-2 5-8 1-4 5-9 2-5 5-8 1-5 0-3 5-8 0-0 0-3 5-8 3-6 6-7 1-2 4-5 0-0 2-6 5-8 0-4 2-7 3-5 7-9

3FGs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FTs Reb. 2-3 5 0-0 2 3-5 4 2-4 8 2-3 3

A B 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

S 0 1 1 0 0

Pts. 10 2 9 18 8

2-4 0-0 1-2 2-6 3-6 4-5 5-7 0-2 0-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 6-9 0-0 1-2 1-2 2-2 6-7 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-2 5-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1

0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0

2 10 9 18 11 8 15 2 10 5 10 2 2 16 0 1 12 8 18 2 11 0 4 15 1 4 6 14

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

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

◊ Played in the McDonald’s and the WBCA All-America games. Tabbed first-team All-America by Parade and SLAM and second-team by USA Today. ◊ Named 2006 Miss Georgia Basketball by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Atlanta Tipoff Club, as well as the Georgia Player of the Year by Gatorade. ◊ Averaged 11.4 points and 8.2 boards for the U.S. Junior National Team in the summer of 2004. ◊ Finished as the Marietta High’s all-time leading scorer (1,963 points) and rebounder (1,361 boards). ◊ As a senior, led the Blue Devils to their first region tournament championship since 1958.

Personal

◊ Born April 20, 1987, Angel is the daughter of Charlie and Evelyn Mobley. ◊ Bachelor’s: Child and Family Development. ◊ Graduate Major: Adult Education. ◊ Recipient of the Val Porter Family Scholarship for 2005-06, 2008-09 and 2009-10 and the Turner Family Scholarship for 2006-07.


In this section...

Oklahoma / Chattanooga............................................80 Rutgers / Alabama State.............................................81 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi / Jackson State ................82 Southern Miss / UAB ..................................................83 Georgia Tech / Tennessee State ................................84 Virginia / Detroit ..........................................................85 Clemson / Savannah State .........................................86 Alabama .....................................................................87 Kentucky .....................................................................88 Florida.........................................................................89 Vanderbilt....................................................................90 Arkansas.....................................................................91 Tennessee ..................................................................92 Ole Miss......................................................................93 Mississippi State .........................................................94 Auburn ........................................................................95 LSU.............................................................................96 South Carolina ............................................................97 SEC Tournament / NCAA Tournament .......................98

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Non-Conference Opponents

Oklahoma Sooners

Sun., nov. 15

Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

2:30 Pm (et)

thur., nov. 19

ChattanooGa Lady Mocs mckenzie arena • chattanooga, tenn.

2009-10 Schedule

Coale

O P P O N E N T S

robinson

Location ................................................................... Norman, Okla. EnroLLmEnt ......................................................................... 28, 582 nicknamE ............................................................................ Sooners coLors ............................................................ Crimson and Cream confErEncE ........................................................................... Big 12 PrEsidEnt .................................................................David L. Boren athLEtic dirEctor ...................................................Joe Castiglione arEna (caPacity) ......................... The Lloyd Noble Center (11,582) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ..................................... Jared Thompson officE PhonE .......................................................(405) 325-8231 officE fax ...........................................................(405) 325-7623 homE PhonE ........................................................(405) 834-2984 EmaiL addrEss .......................................jaredthompson@ou.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(405) 325-1024 WEB sitE .................................................... www.soonersports.com hEad coach.......................Sherri Coale (Oaklahoma Christian ‘86) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 286-132 (13 seasons) rEcord at oakLahoma .............................. 286-132 (13 seasons) assistant coachEs ....... Jan Ross, Stacy Hansmeyer, Chad Thrailkill sEriEs rEcord ....................................................Georgia leads, 3-1 Last mEEting .... OU 57-65, ‘07-08 Pct. rEBounds Back ......... .39.1 2008-09 ovEraLL ................32-5 Pct. assists Back ............. .74.6 2008-09 confErEncE ...........15-1 Pct. BLocks Back ............. .32.2 Pct. Points Back....................58 Pct. stEaLs Back.............. .73.1

2009-10 SOONErS rOSTEr startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 13 Danielle Robinson 5-9 Jr. G 12.9 2.9 San Jose, Calif. 21 Amanda Thompson 6-1 Sr. F 6.8 4.6 Chicago, Ill. 25 Whitney Hand 6-1 So. G 9.2 2.9 Fort Worth, Texas LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................8/5 1 Nyeshia Stevenson 5-9 Sr. F/G 9.2 1.7 Little Rock, Ark. 10 Carlee Roethlisberger 6-1 Jr. F 3.9 1.6 Findlay, Ohio 14 Lauren Willis 5-11 Jr. G 0.7 0.1 Overland Park, Kan. 34 Abi Olajuwon 6-4 Sr. C 1.4 2.2 Los Angeles, Calif. 45 Jasmine Hartman 5-10 So. G 2.0 0.8 Bellaire, Texas nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................2 44 Lyndsey Cloman 6-2 Fr. C San Antonio, Texas 53 Joanna McFarland 6-2 Fr. F Derby, Kan.

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11/13 11/15 11/21 11/26 11/27 11/28 12/3 12/5 12/9 12/10 12/20 12/30 1/3 1/9 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/21 2/24 2/27 3/2 3/7 3/11-14

Mercer at Georgia TCU vs. South Carolina vs. San Diego State vs. Notre Dame UT Arlington Arkansas at Marist at Army at Creighton Cal State Fullerton at Tennessee Texas Tech at Baylor Texas A&M at Missouri Kansas at Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas at Oklahoma State Baylor Colorado Connecticut at Kansas State Nebraska at Texas at Texas A&M Oklahoma State Big 12 Tournament (Kansas City)

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Moore

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88-57 85-65 70-57 79-80 83-57 78-106 69-49 87-57 105-54 86-75 94-42 87-61 89-25 77-56 64-48 71-59 72-58 89-69 56-51 78-56 80-70 93-75 58-49 69-54 80-72 66-58 56-57 73-63 61-49 74-62 76-59 62-74 76-47 69-50 70-59 74-68 59-61

7:00 Pm (et)

hollinquest

Location ......................................................................Chattanooga EnroLLmEnt ............................................................................ 9,807 nicknamE .................................................................................Mocs coLors ................................................... Navy, Old Gold and Silver confErEncE .......................................................................Southern chancELLor ...........................................................Dr. Roger Brown athLEtic dirEctor .............................................................Rick Hart arEna (caPacity) ..............................The McKenzie Arena (10,928) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ...........................................Anne Wehunt officE PhonE .......................................................(423) 425-4618 officE fax ...........................................................(423) 425-4610 homE PhonE ........................................................(423) 933-5764 EmaiL addrEss ..........................................Anne-Horten@utc.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(423) 756-5476 WEB sitE ............................................................www.GoMocs.com hEad coach....................................... Wes Moore (Tennessee ‘85) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 466-132 (20 seasons) rEcord at chattanooga ..............................266-76 (11 seasons) assistant coachEs ...Nikki Blassingame, Amanda Eaton-Burge, Mike Murray sEriEs rEcord ................................................. Georgia leads, 11-1 Last mEEting ..UGA 79-58, ‘02-03 Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 53.4 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............22-10 Pct. assists Back .............. 65.5 2008-09 confErEncE ...........17-3 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 44.2 Pct. Points Back.................62.3 Pct. stEaLs Back............... 56.2

2009-10 lady mocS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 4 Tagan Hatchett 5-9 Jr. G 4.8 2.6 Acworth, Ga. 15 Jenaya Wade-Fray 5-9 Jr. G 13.0 4.8 Madison, Ala. 50 Shanara Hollinquest 6-0 Jr. F 16.5 8.0 Sylacauga, Ala. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................8/4 1 Kori Penland 5-9 So. G 4.0 1.1 Chickamauga, Ga. 5 Tenisha Townsend 5-6 So. G 3.2 1.2 Nashville, Tenn. 30 Bailey Dewart 5-11 So. G 4.1 2.7 Spartanburg, S.C. 42 Megan Rollins 6-1 Jr. F 2.2 1.4 Monteagle, Tenn. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................5 3 Kayla Christopher 5-9 Fr. G Oliver Springs, Tenn. 22 Kylie Lambert 5-11 Fr. G Athens, Tenn. 32 Kiara Smith 5-10 Fr. G Rome, Ga. 33 Erin Helton 6-2 Fr. F Cookeville, Tenn. 34 Michelle Davis 6-2 Fr. F Cleveland, Tenn.

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11/13 at East Tennesse State 11/15 at Austin Peay 11/19 Georgia 11/22 at Kentucky 11/20-21 Chattanooga Classic 11/30 at Samford 12/5 Furman 12/9 Wofford 12/12 Clemson 12/17 at Elon 12/19 at UNC Greensboro 12/29 vs. Richmond 12/30 at St. Peter’s Tournament 1/2 College of Charleston 1/4 Georgia Southern 1/9 at Appalachian State 1/11 at Davidson 1/16 Western Carolina 1/23 at Furman 1/25 at Wofford 1/30 Elon 2/1 UNC Greensboro 2/8 at Georgia Southern 2/6 at College of Charleston 2/13 Appalachian State 2/15 Davidson 2/22 at Wesern Carolina 2/27 Samford 3/4-8 SoCon Tournament (Charlotte)

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East Tennessee State 77-71 L Tennessee 63-66 L at Middle Tennessee 65-73 Akron 71-52 L Richmond 46-64 Samford 55-54 Alabama A&M 87-29 at Furman 82-38 at Wofford 82-61 L at Clemson 74-79 Elon University 70-51 vs. San Franciso 75-52 L vs. Missouri State 68-77 UNC Greensboro 70-53 L at Georgia Southern 65-66 at College of Charleston 61-55 at Western Carolina 84-71 Davidson 76-69 Appalachian State 72-43 Wofford 57-46 Furman 68-52 at UNCG 58-48 at Elon 82-56 Georgia Southern 58-48 College of Charleston 72-61 L at Davidson (ot) 80-89 at Appalachian State 71-47 L Western Carolina 52-56 at Samford 72-48 Appalachian State 86-53 L vs. College of Charleston 51-53 L at Kentucky (ot) 76-81


Sun., nov. 22

rutGers Scarlet KniGhts Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

Non-Conference Opponents

2:30 Pm (et)

Wed., nov. 25

alabama State hornets Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

2009-10 Schedule

Stringer

ray

Location ......................................................... New Brunswick, N.J. EnroLLmEnt .......................................................................... 52,471 nicknamE ................................................................. Scarlet Knights coLors ................................................................................. Scarlet confErEncE ........................................................................ Big East PrEsidEnt ............................................... Dr. Richard L. McCormick athLEtic dirEctor ........................................................ Tim Pernetti arEna (caPacity) .....................Louis Brown Athletic Center (8,000) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .............................................Stacy Brann officE PhonE .......................................................(732) 445-7886 officE fax ...........................................................(732) 445-3063 cELL PhonE .........................................................(732) 921-6746 EmaiL addrEss .................................sbrann@scarletknights.com PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(732) 445-4200 WEB sitE ................................................... www.scarletknights.com hEad coach.......................... C. Vivian Stringer (Slippery Rock ‘71) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 825-280 (38 seasons) rEcord at rutgErs................................... 305-145 (14 seasons) assistant coachEs ......Carlene Mitchell, Tasha Pointer, Ron Hughey sEriEs rEcord ....................................................Georgia leads, 7-3 Last mEEting .. RU 45-34, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ......... .51.1 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............21-13 Pct. assists Back ............. .55.7 2008-09 confErEncE .............9-7 Pct. BLocks Back ............. .38.3 Pct. Points Back.................42.7 Pct. stEaLs Back.............. .46.8

2009-10 Scarlet knightS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................2/3 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 1 Khadijah Rushdan 5-9 R-So. G 7.0 4.4 Wilmington, Del. 35 Brittany Ray 5-9 Sr. G 10.2 3.81 Bronx, N.Y. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................7/3 11 Nikki Speed 5-8 So. G 1.9 1.2 Pasadena, Calif. 12 April Sykes 6-0 So. G/F 3.2 2.1 Starkville, Miss. 24 Myia McCurdy 6-1 Sr. F 1.8 2.4 Cincinnati, Ohio 34 Chelsey Lee 6-2 So. F 1.0 1.3 Miami, Fla. 43 Rashidat Junaid 6-4 Sr. C 3.2 2.7 Chesilhurst, N.J. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................3 x Christine Huber 6-4 Fr. C/F North Babylon, N.Y. x Monique Oliver 6-2 Fr. F/C Long Beach, Calif. x Erica Wheeler 5-7 Fr. G Miami, Fla.

11/15 11/17 11/19 11/22 11/26 11/27 11/28 12/2 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/13 12/20 12/30 1/2 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/23 1/26 1/20 2/1 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/16 2/21 2/24 2/27 3/1 3/5-9

Stanford Kean Boston College at Georgia vs. Southern California vs. Mississippi State vs. Texas Temple at Princeton Florida Prairie View A&M vs. Tennessee Central Connecticut State at George Washington Depaul at Pittsburgh at Syracuse Cincinnati Marquette at Connecticut at Georgetown Notre Dame at USF Seton Hall at Villanova at West Virginia Syracuse St. John’s at Providence Louisville Big East Tournament (Hartford)

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59-86 35-83 52-66 47-81 64-60 34-45 56-58 59-38 29-61 47-57 55-51 54-68 59-64 60-51 53-76 44-60 58-60 78-68 59-56 56-75 (ot) 47-60 (ot) 61-53 25-85 47-67 73-58 42-55 52-71 65-48 69-59 45-79 (ot) 82-87 51-57 80-52 61-67

7:00 Pm (et)

2009-10 Schedule

Freeman-Jackson

Merritt

Location ...............................................................Montgomery, Ala. EnroLLmEnt ............................................................................ 5,627 nicknamE .............................................................................Hornets coLors ............................................................. Old Gold and Black confErEncE ............................................................... Southwestern PrEsidEnt ..............................................................William H. Harris intErim athLEtic dirEctor ...................................... Sterling Steward arEna (caPacity) ..............................Joe L. Reed Acadome (7,400) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .....................................La Tonia Thirston officE PhonE ....................................................... (334) 229-4511 officE fax ...........................................................(334) 262-2971 homE PhonE ........................................................(334) 322-5100 EmaiL addrEss ............................................lathirston@alasu.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(334) 263-0647 WEB sitE .............................................. www.bamastatesports.com hEad coach..............................Freda Freeman-Jackson (ASU ‘84) ovEraLL rEcord ........................................167-123 (11 seasons) rEcord at aLaBama statE..........................167-123 (11 seasons) assistant coachEs ......Clayton Harris, Yvette McDanial, Adria Harris sEriEs rEcord ....................................................Georgia leads, 1-0 Last mEEting ..UGA 85-35, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ......... .62.2 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............14-16 Pct. assists Back ............. .64.2 2008-09 confErEncE ...........11-8 Pct. BLocks Back ............. .73.8 Pct. Points Back....................56 Pct. stEaLs Back.............. .54.5

2009-10 hornetS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 22 Jakayla Hill 5-5 So. G 3.9 2.8 Bessemer, Ala. 54 Shanice Merritt 6-2 So. C 7.8 5.6 Tuscaloosa, Ala. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ..............10/8 4 Jasmine Quinn 5-9 So. G/F 3.9 1.1 Aberdeen, Miss. 12 Tandria Milton 5-6 So. G 3.9 1.8 Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 31 Raven Hicks 5-10 So. G/F 1.2 1.5 Las Vegas, Nev. 33 Tanika Jackson 5-10 Jr. C 8.3 5.9 Saginawa, Mich. 54 Shanice Merritt 6-2 Sr. C 7.8 5.6 Tuscaloosa, Ala. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................4 21 Quortni Fambro 5-8 Fr. G Ellenwood, Ga. 23 Yahindra Edwards 5-10 Fr. F N. Los Vegas, Nev. 24 Erica Henderson 5-10 Fr. G/F Troy, Ala. 34 Artajah Jackson 6-3 Fr. C Clearwater, Fla.

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

11/13 11/17 11/19 11/25 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/13 12/19 12/30 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/23 1/25 1/30 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/20 2/22 2/27 3/1 3/4 3/6 3/10-13

at University of Mobile Colgate Syracuse at Georgia Savannah State at North Florida Alabama Savannah State NABA Select (Exhibition) Florida A&M at Grambling State at Jackson State Mississippi Valley Arkansas-Pine Bluff Alabama A&M at Alcorn State at Southern Texas Southern Prairie View A&M at Mississippi Valley State at Arkansas at Alabama A&M Alcorn State Southern at Texas Southern at Prairie View A&M Grambling State Jackson State SWAC Tournament (Birmingham)

O P P O N E N T S

2008-09 rESuLTS W

W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L at Georgia 35-85 L Mobile (ot) 84-87 Murray State 61-59 L at Alabama 47-75 L at Florida A&M 47-69 L at Georgia State 42-83 L at UAB 47-51 L vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 49-51 L at Tulane 48-80 vs. Semo 60-53 Coastal 59-51 Jackson State 60-45 Gambling State 50-49 at UA-Pine Bluff 71-68 L at Mississippi Valley S. 62-66 L at Alabama A&M 47-54 L Southern 52-57 Alcorn State 61-43 L at PVAMU 38-73 at Texas Southern Lady 51-39 UA-Pine Bluff 48-43 Mississippi Valley S. (3ot) 87-81 Alabama A&M 63-52 at Southern 51-47 L at Alcorn State 35-48 L PVAMU 41-78 L vs. Texas Southern Lady 47-65 at Jackson State 57-45 at Grambling State 67-65 L vs. Mississippi Valley State 43-48

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Non-Conference Opponents

Texas A&M-CorPus Christi Lady Islanders Fri., nov. 27 lady eagle thankSgiving claSSic • hattieSburg, miSS.

8:00 Pm (et)

Jackson State TiGers

Sat., nov. 28 lady eagle thankSgiving claSSic • hattieSburg, miSS. 3:00 or 5:00

2009-10 Schedule 11/13 11/14 11/21 11/27 11/28

robinson

O P P O N E N T S

Beagle

Location ........................................................ Corpus Christi, Texas EnroLLmEnt ............................................................................ 9,650 nicknamE ...........................................................................Islanders coLors ................................................................... Blue and Green confErEncE ..................................................................... Southland PrEsidEnt ........................................................Dr. Flavius Killebrew athLEtic dirEctor ..............................................Timothy Fitzgerald arEna (caPacity) .............................American Bank Center (8,400) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ..............................................Josh Brown officE PhonE ....................................................... (361) 825-3411 officE fax ...........................................................(361) 825-3218 cELL PhonE .........................................................(337) 302-4722 EmaiL addrEss ..................................joshua.brown@tamucc.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(361) 826-4972 WEB sitE .......................................................www.goislanders.com hEad coach........................ Robert Robinson (Texas-Arlington ‘93) ovEraLL rEcord ............................................. 38-55 (4 seasons) rEcord at tExas a&m corPus christi ........... 38-55 (4 seasons) assistant coachEs ....................................Kim Dowell, Geoff Grawn sEriEs rEcord ........................................................................... 0-0 Last mEEting ......... First Meeting Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 93.5 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............11-19 Pct. assists Back .............. 92.9 2008-09 confErEncE ...........6-10 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 91.7 Pct. Points Back.................92.5 Pct. stEaLs Back.................. 91

2009-10 lady iSlanderS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................4/1 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 5 Jade Davis 5-9 Jr. G 12.8 2.9 West Columbia, Texas 21 Shaye Montgomery 5-6 Sr. G 10.3 3.9 Baytown, Texas 42 Myeisha Myles 6-2 Jr. C 10 8.3 Corpus Christi, Texas 44 Adrienne Scott 6-1 Jr. F 7.5 6.6 Waco, Texas LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ..............10/4 1 Deziree Green 5-10 Sr. G/F 6.5 4.4 Houston, Texas 12 Lauren Smith 5-8 Jr. G 6.4 3.6 Schertz, Texas 22 Diandra Torres 6-1 Sr. F 1.6 1.6 San Antonio, Texas 24 Louvinia Robinson 5-6 Sr. G 2.3 0.9 Katy, Texas 32 Elisa Beagle* 6-0 Sr. C 10.3 7.3 Houston, Texas 34 Latoya Thomas 6-2 Sr. F/C 1.5 1.5 Hellshire, Jamaica *Missed 2008-09 due to an injury, stats from 2007-08 nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................4 3 Ashley Darley 5-6 Fr. G Corpus Christi, Texas 11 Imani Dunn 5-6 Fr. G Kileen, Texas 23 Jessica Jammer 5-10 Fr. G Brookshire, Texas 30 Anitra Jeffery 6-0 Jr. F Dallas, Texas 82

12/4 12/5 12/13 12/19 12/28 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/3 3/6

Air Force Alabama or Tennessee Tech at Texas Southern vs. Georgia vs. Jackson St./Southern Miss vs. Drake vs. Chicago State Incarnate Ward at Texas-Pan American Houston Colorado State at TCU Texas-Pan American Central Arkansas Texas State at Northwestern State at Lamar UTSA at Sam Houston State UT Arlington at Nicholls at Texas State Sam Houston State at UTSA McNeese State at Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Lamar at UT Arlington

2008-09 rESuLTS W W

W W W W W W W W

W

L at Vanderbilt 51-85 Texas Southern 56-51 L at Texas 36-87 L North Texas 53-61 vs. Western New Mexico 88-60 L at NMSU 47-74 L SMU 65-73 L at Texas-Pan American 53-56 L vs. Jacksonville State 45-48 at North Flordia 58-47 vs Rhode Island 75-67 L at Georgia State 57-69 at Central Arkansas 52-50 L at Texas State 65-69 Nrthwestern State 61-52 L Lamar University 44-68 L at UTSA 63-69 Texas-Pan American 54-35 Sam Houston State 88-76 L at UTA 62-88 Nicholls State 84-57 L Texas State 62-66 at Sam Houston State 67-62 L UTSA 54-72 L at McNeese State 54-68 L Southeastern LA. (ot) 72-76 L at Stephen F. Austin 54-87 at Lamar University 71-55 L UTA 61-78 L vs UTA 61-78

2009-10 Schedule

Taylor

Taylor

Location .................................................................. Jackson, Miss. EnroLLmEnt ............................................................................ 8,416 nicknamE ................................................................................Tigers coLors .................................................................... Blue and White confErEncE ............................................................... Southwestern PrEsidEnt ............................................................ Ronald Mason Jr. athLEtic dirEctor .......................................... Robert L. Braddy, Sr. arEna (caPacity) .. Lee E. Williams Athletics & Assembly Center (8,000) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ..................................... Wesley Peterson officE PhonE .......................................................(601) 979-5899 officE fax ...........................................................(601) 979-2000 homE PhonE ........................................................(601) 503-5898 EmaiL addrEss ..................................msjag_jsuamr@yahoo.com PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(601) 979-2382 WEB sitE .................................................... www.jsutigers.cstv.com hEad coach.............Denise Taylor (Texas Southern University ‘89) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 172-144 (12 seasons) rEcord at Jackson statE ............................... 90-61 (8 seasons) assistant coachEs .................................Marc Lowe, Elvis Robinson sEriEs rEcord ........................................................................... 0-0 Last mEEting ......... First Meeting Pct. rEBounds Back ......... .45.7 2008-09 ovEraLL ................8-20 Pct. assists Back ............. .54.8 2008-09 confErEncE ...........5-13 Pct. BLocks Back ............. .28.1 Pct. Points Back.................39.1 Pct. stEaLs Back.............. .57.5

2009-10 TIGErS rOSTEr startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................2/3 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 10 Shaneese McLin 5-8 Jr. F 5.5 3.3 Ludlow, Miss. 12 Phenicia Taylor 5-6 Jr. G 5.5 5.9 McComb, Miss. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................8/6 1 Whitnie Young 5-9 Sr. G 0.7 1.9 Dallas, Texas 2 Tiffany Haggen 6-2 Sr. G 2.9 2.3 Detroit, Mich. 5 Lauren Goodman 5-9 So. G 0.9 0.6 Sacramento, Calif. 14 Beatrice Banks 5-8 So. F 5.6 1.7 Ludlow, Miss. 30 Aundrea Johnson 5-8 Sr. G 0.7 0.3 Fairfield, Ala. 35 Gabrielle Jones 6-4 Jr. C 1.2 0.0 Little Rock, Ark. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................6 3 Rachel Jordan 5-9 Fr. G Byhalia, Miss. 22 Tiffany Kellum 6-2 Fr. C Peoria, Ill. 23 Mar’chetta Parker 5-5 Fr. G Greenville, Miss. 42 Daria Hester 6-1 Fr. F Memphis, Tenn. Brittany Roberts 5-5 Fr. G Meridian, Miss. Bridgette James 5-11 Fr. G Houston, Texas

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

11/14 11/17 11/23 11/27 11/28 12/4 12/5 12/20 12/28 12/30 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/30 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/20 2/27 3/1 3/4 3/6 3/10-13

Tennessee State at Alabama at Central Arkansas vs. Southern Miss vs. Georgia/Texas A&M-CC vs. Sam Houston State vs. Rice/Texas Pan American at Central Florida at Memphis at Nicholls State Alabama A&M Alabama State at Alcorn State at Southern Prairie View Texas Southern Grambling State Miss. Valley Sate at Arkansas Pine Bluff Alcorn State Southern at Prairie View A&M at Texas Southern at Grambling State Miss. Valley State Arkansas Pine Bluff at Alabama A&M at Alabama State SWAC Tournament (Birmingham)

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W

W W W W W

L at Tennessee State 46-62 L at Utah 49-77 L vs. Syracuse 74-85 vs. Cal State Northridge 73-65 L vs. Tulane 48-74 L New Orleans 52-71 Central Arkansas 75-58 L at McNeese State 45-49 Nich 82-44 L South Florida 51-110 L at Alabama State 45-60 L at Alabama A&M 61-67 L ALCNW08 55-58 L SUW 55-62 L Texas Southern 45-54 L at PVAMU 64-85 L at Grambling State 58-61 MVSW 68-65 L Arkansas Pine Bluff 63-68 at Alcorn State 72-61 L at Southern 40-43 Texas Southern 73-52 L Prairie View A&M 38-58 Grambling State 59-58 L at Mississippi Valley S. 68-70 L at UA-Pine 61-71 L Alabama State 45-57 Alabama A&M 72-52


Southern Miss Golden EaGles

Sat., nov. 28 lady eagle thankSgiving claSSic • hattieSburg, miSS. 3:00 or 5:00

Non-Conference Opponents

uAB Blazers

tueS., dec. 1

Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

2009-10 Schedule

Lee-McNelis

Love

Location ..............................................................Hattiesburg, Miss. EnroLLmEnt .......................................................................... 15,000 nicknamE ..................................................................Golden Eagles coLors .................................................................... Black and Gold confErEncE .......................................................................... C-USA PrEsidEnt ...................................................Dr. Martha D. Saunders athLEtic dirEctor .................................................Richard Giannini arEna (caPacity) ............................ Reed Green Coliseum (8,095) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ............................................... Shirley Hill officE PhonE .......................................................(601) 266-4506 officE fax ...........................................................(601) 266-4507 homE PhonE ........................................................(601) 264-2659 EmaiL addrEss ...................................shirley.jones-hill@usm.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(601) 266-5428 WEB sitE ................................................... www.SouthernMiss.com hEad coach........................Joye Lee-McNelis (Southern Miss, ‘84) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 308-231 (18 seasons) rEcord at southErn miss ............................... 79-75 (5 seasons) assistant coachEs ........................... Shannon Hamp, Jordan Dupuy sEriEs rEcord ........................................................................... 0-0 Last mEEting ......... First Meeting Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 54.3 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............20-12 Pct. assists Back .............. 41.1 2008-09 confErEncE ...........11-5 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 20.6 Pct. Points Back.................52.4 Pct. stEaLs Back............... 51.1

2009-10 golden eagleS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................1/4 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 55 Pauline Love 6-1 R-Sr. F 15.5 10.4 Luxora, Ark. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................9/5 12 Tanesha Washington 6-1 Jr. G/F 7.3 3.1 Clarksdale, Miss. 1 Candace Rucker 5-9 Sr. G 6.6 2.3 Memphis, Tenn. 11 Robin Murphy 6-0 R-Jr. F 2.7 2.2 Conyers, Ga. 2 Erin Gatling 5-5 So. G 2.3 1.1 Van Buren, Ark. 25 Shanice Mays 5-6 Jr. G 1.7 1.1 Mendenhall, Miss. 24 Brittany Johnson 5-8 Jr. G 2.7 0.9 Jackson, Miss. 32 Lauren Pittman 5-10 R-Jr. F 1.9 0.5 Waynesboro, Miss. 22 Whitney McNelis 5-5 So. G 0.4 0.4 Hattiesburg, Miss. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................4 20 Kassietta Brown 5-9 Fr. G 18.9 5.4 West Monroe, La. 3 Geneshia Dunbar 6-3 Jr. C 4.0 5.0 Dallas, Texas 23 Danielle Johnson 6-0 Fr. G 18.0 5.0 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 10 Ashlee Kelly 5-8 Jr. PG 3.9 1.9 Victoria, Australia

11/14 South Alabama 11/16 at Southeast Missouri St. 11/19 at Michigan 11/23 William Carey 11/27-28 Lady Eagle Thanksgiving Classic 12/2 at Miss. St. 12/4 Alcorn State 12/12 at Charlotte 12/16 at Belmont 12/22 UALR 12/30 at Alabama 1/3 Louisiana Tech 1/8 at East Carolina 1/10 at Marshall 1/15 UAB 1/17 Memphis 1/21 at UCF 1/23 at Tulane 1/30 UTEP 2/4 East Carolina 2/6 Marshall 2/12 at Memphis 2/14 at UAB 2/18 Houston 2/20 Rice 2/25 at Tulsa 2/27 at SMU 3/3 UCF 3/10-13 C-USA Tournament (Tulsa)

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L L L L

L L L L L

at Sam Houston St. 72-60 Tennessee St. 79-57 at South Alabama 64-66 at ULM 57-75 Alcorn St. 79-47 Michigan 51-61 at UALR 44-66 William Carey 80-71 Southeast Mo. St. 64-47 Miss. St. 61-72 vs. Oklahoma St. 72-75 vs. Cal St. Northridge 73-68 Nicholls St. 101-41 at UCF 59-65 at UAB 79-67 at Memphis 74-65 UCF 69-64 Houston 74-65 at Rice 65-50 Marshall 70-64 East Carolina 68-60 SMU 75-65 Tulsa 72-43 at East Carolina 58-64 at Marshall 69-61 at Tulane 60-77 at UTEP 87-105 UAB 71-52 Memphis (ot) 74-77 at Tulane 72-55 vs Marshall 64-56 vs UCF (ot) 54-65

7:00 Pm (et)

2009-10 Schedule

Smith

Peterson

Location ............................................................... Birmingham, Ala. EnroLLmEnt ......................................................................... 16, 149 nicknamE ............................................................................. Blazers coLors ................................................. Forest Green and Old Gold confErEncE ................................................................ Southeastern PrEsidEnt ........................................................... Dr. Carol Garrison athLEtic dirEctor .......................................................Brian Mackin arEna (caPacity) ........................................... Bartow Arena (8,500) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ..............................Michelle Cunningham officE PhonE .......................................................(205) 934-0725 officE fax ...........................................................(205) 934-7505 cELL PhonE .........................................................(330) 417-8145 EmaiL addrEss ...................................... mcunningham@uab.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(205) 934-0725 WEB sitE ......................................................... www.uabsports.com hEad coach........................................... Audra Smith (Virginia ‘92) ovEraLL rEcord ............................................. 64-84 (5 seasons) rEcord at uaB .............................................. 64-84 (5 seasons) assistant coachEs ............. Kathy Becker, Daryl Oliver, Marc Wilson sEriEs rEcord ................................................... Georgia leads, 2-1 Last mEEting ..UGA 73-49, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 53.3 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............10-20 Pct. assists Back .............. 34.2 2008-09 confErEncE ...........5-11 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 62.6 Pct. Points Back....................41 Pct. stEaLs Back............... 37.9

2009-10 BLAzErS rOSTEr startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 2 Amanda Peterson 5-10 Jr. G 11.3 3.8 Homewood, Ala. 30 Tamika Dukes 6-0 Sr. F 8.8 6.2 Birmingham, Ala. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................8/6 12 Shelly Breaux 6-1 So. F 4.1 4.7 Lafayette, La. 14 TaRonda Randall 6-2 So. F/C 1.1 2.5 Greenville, Ala. 21 Kara Johnson 5-4 Jr. G 0.5 0.1 Greensboro, Ala. 23 Miteka Trueheart 5-9 So. G 1.3 1.4 Lancaster, S.C. 54 Meagan Brown 6-5 So. C 0.7 2.6 Birmingham, Ala. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................7 1 Amber Jones 5-7 Fr. G Towns Creek, Ala. 5 Rebecca Simpson 5-7 Fr. G Chelsea, Ala. 11 Khalla Watson 5-7 Fr. G Savannah, Ga. 13 Nakia McDaniel 5-7 Fr. G Moulton, Ala. 20 Jala Harris 5-6 Fr. G Madison, Ala. 40 LaKenya Lowe 5-8 Fr. G Birmingham, Ala. 42 Jasmine Green 6-3 Fr. F Huntsville, Ala.

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

11/13 11/17 11/21 11/24 11/27 11/28 12/1 12/5 12/14 12/19 12/20 12/22 12/30 1/7 1/9 1/15 1/17 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/7 2/12 2/14 2/18 2/20 2/25 2/27 3/4 3/8-11

Alcorn State at Ohio State Miami (Fla.) at Florida North Texas Samford/Norfolk State at Georgia Mississippi Valley State Central Michigan vs. Virginia Tech vs. St. John’s/UT-Arlington Southeast Missouri State at Austin Peay SMU Tulsa at Southern Miss at UCF Houston at East Carolina at Marshall at Memphis at Rice UCF Southern Miss at UTEP at Tulane East Carolina Marshall Memphis C-USA Tournament (Tulsa)

2008-09 rESuLTS W

W W W W W W W W W

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

Stetson at South Carolina at Charlotte Auburn vs. Evansville vs. McNeese State Florida at Central Michigan Alabama State Georgia State Georgia Alabama A&M at Miss. St.ate at Memphis Southern Miss UCF at Houston at Rice at Marshall at East Carolina Tulane UTEP Memphis Tulsa at SMU Marshall East Carolina Southern Miss at UCF vs. East Carolina

73-58 64-77 57-79 62-91 47-62 56-53 75-77 72-96 51-47 72-63 49-73 65-53 46-87 71-62 67-79 67-74 50-61 69-68 53-64 64-70 51-49 64-58 60-65 72-63 51-81 50-67 60-70 52-71 59-74 59-73

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Non-Conference Opponents

GeorGia Tech yellow Jackets

Sun., dec. 6

Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

2:30 Pm (et)

Tennessee State Lady TiGers

tueS., dec. 8

Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

2009-10 Schedule

Joseph

O P P O N E N T S

Montgomery

Location ........................................................................ Atlanta Ga. EnroLLmEnt .......................................................................... 19,404 nicknamE ......................................Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck coLors ............................................................. Old Gold and White confErEncE ............................................................... Atlantic Coast intErim PrEsidEnt ........................................Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson athLEtic dirEctor ................................................. Dan Radakovich arEna (caPacity) ................ Alexander Memorial Coliseum (9,191) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .......................................Dan Goldberger officE PhonE ...................................................... (404) 894-5445 officE fax ...........................................................(404) 894-1248 homE PhonE ........................................................(678) 872-7568 EmaiL addrEss ...................... dgoldberger@athletics.gatech.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(404) 894-5458 WEB sitE ....................................................www.ramblinwreck.com hEad coach.................................... MaChelle Joseph (Purdue ‘92) ovEraLL rEcord ........................................... 106-76 (6 seasons) rEcord at gEorgia tEch .............................. 106-76 (6 seasons) assistant coachEs ..........................................Teri Moren, Gene Hill sEriEs rEcord ..................................................Georgia leads, 28-3 Last mEEting ...GT 57-42, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 71.2 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............22-10 Pct. assists Back .............. 54.8 2008-09 confErEncE .............8-6 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 82.8 Pct. Points Back.................64.6 Pct. stEaLs Back............... 57.4

2009-10 yELLOW JACKETS rOSTEr startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................4/1 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 22 Alex Montgomery 6-1 Jr. G/F 13.7 6.7 Tacoma, Wash. 23 Deja Foster 6-0 Jr. G 9.3 4.7 Memphis, Tenn. 35 Brigitte Ardossi 6-2 Sr. F 7.7 4.5 Melbourne, Australia 45 Sasha Goodlette 6-5 So. C 6.3 3.7 Bolton, Miss. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................9/5 2 Metra Walthour 5-6 So. G 1.6 0.5 Hinesville, Ga. 5 Mo Bennett 5-10 So. G 3.5 2.3 Statesboro, Ga. 14 LaQuananisha Adams 6-4 So. C 2.1 1.1 Heinsville, Ga. 32 Chelsea Regins 6-2 So. F 1.5 1.4 Broward, Fla. 33 Tiffany Blackmon 6-3 Sr. C 0.2 0.8 Gastonia, N.C. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................4 3 Sharena Taylor 5-9 Fr. F Pontiac, Mich. 10 Danielle Hamilton-Carter 6-4 Fr. F Stockholm, Sweden 24 Shayla Bivins 6-5 Fr. C Jacksonville, Fla. 44 Jasmine Blain 6-2 Fr. G/F Atlanta, Ga.

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11/13 11/15-16 11/18-19 11/22 11/27 12/2 12/6 12/13 12/16 12/18 12/20 12/22 12/28 1/2 1/6 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/5 2/8 2/15 2/19 2/21 2/26 2/28 3/4-7

Winthrop WNIT Second Round WNIT Semifinals WNIT Finals vs. Seton Hall at Penn State at Georgia Mississippi Valley State Oregon at Kennesaw State Arizona at Georgia State vs. Hampton University Army at North Carolina Clemson Wake Forest at Boston College Savannah State at Virginia Miami Virginia Tech at Maryland at Clemson Florida State Duke at Miami North Carolina at North Carolina State ACC Tournament (Greensboro)

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L

L L L L L L L L

Troy at Conneticut Kennesaw St. Mississippi Valley St. Georgia St. vs. Texas vs. Tennessee Tech Michigan State Georgia vs. Oregon vs. Winthrop vs. UT-Arlington Florida A&M Tulane Boston College at Miami at Florida St. North Carolina at Duke Miami Clemson at Wake Forest NC St. at Savannah St. at North Carolina Maryland at Clemson at Virginia Tech Virginia vs. Clemson at Iowa vs. Oklahoma

73-49 71-82 77-49 72-37 74-56 68-76 68-56 70-57 57-42 74-59 65-27 63-56 77-42 69-52 (ot) 64-65 68-50 49-59 66-62 34-60 68-42 49-41 60-68 67-54 89-34 50-73 79-87 89-54 (ot) 73-68 74-66 69-81 76-62 50-69

7:00 Pm (et)

2009-10 Schedule

Wells

Smith

Location ................................................................. Nashville, Tenn. EnroLLmEnt ............................................................................ 8,000 nicknamE .......................................................................Lady Tigers coLors .........................................................Reflex Blue and White confErEncE ................................................................... Ohio Valley PrEsidEnt ...........................................................Dr.Melvin Johnson athLEtic dirEctor ................................................. Teresa L. Philips arEna (caPacity) ........................................ Gentry Center (10,600) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .................................... Zekeya Anderson officE PhonE .......................................................(615) 963-1867 officE fax ...........................................................(615) 963-7692 homE PhonE ........................................................(615) 942-6508 EmaiL addrEss ................................... zanderson01@tnstate.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(615) 963-7616 WEB sitE ........................................................... www.tsutigers.com hEad coach.............................Tracee Wells (Tennessee State ‘88) ovEraLL rEcord ............................................. 49-94 (5 seasons) rEcord at tEnnEssEE statE ............................ 49-94 (5 seasons) assistant coachEs ... David Midlick, Rasheeda Love, Jamie Shadian sEriEs rEcord ....................................................Georgia leads, 3-0 Last mEEting..UGA 102-32, ‘88-89 Pct. rEBounds Back ......... .44.5 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............18-13 Pct. assists Back ............. .48.4 2008-09 confErEncE ...........13-5 Pct. BLocks Back ............. .35.8 Pct. Points Back.................32.2 Pct. stEaLs Back................. .40

2009-10 lady tigerS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................1/4 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 0 Jasmine Smith 6-0 Jr. G/F 11.4 9.7 Stone Mountain, Ga. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................5/4 4 Nikki Rumph 5-7 Sr. G 5.1 1.6 Chattanooga, Tenn. 10 Meredith Stafford 5-6 Jr. G 4.1 1.5 Memphis, Tenn. 20 LaDona Pierce 5-6 Sr. G 2.7 1.4 Hampton, Va. 23 Obiageli Okafor 5-9 R-Sr. F 16.9 1.5 Rolla, Mo. 54 Chelsea Cromartie 6-2 Sr. F 2.7 3.3 Winston Salem, N.C. nEWcomErs (information BELoW).................................................................7 3 Denisha Mumford 5-9 Fr. G Hopkinsville, Ky. 11 Avery Jones 6-1 Fr. C Louisville, Ky. 21 Jasmine Shuler 5-8 Fr. G Louisville, Ky. 22 Kesi Hess 5-10 Fr. G Dublin, Ohio 32 Ashley Tate 5-6 Fr. G Memphis, Tenn. 35 Simone Hopes 5-10 Fr. F Houston, Texas 44 Destiney Gaston 6-3 Fr. C Columbus, Ohio

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

11/14 11/20 11/21 11/25 11/28 12/3 12/5 12/8 12/13 12/20 12/30 1/2 1/4 1/7 1/9 1/16 1/21 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/13 2/15 2/20 2/25 2/27 3/2-6

at Jackson State vs. San Diego vs. DePaul/Cornell Cumberland Lipscomb Eastern Illinois Southeast Missoui State at Georgia Alabama A&M at Vanderbilt Belmont at Eastern Kentucky at Morehead State Murray State UT Martin at Austin Peay at Jacksonville State at Tennessee Tech Morehead State Eastern Kentucky at Murray State at UT Martin Austin Peay Tennessee Tech Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri State at Eastern Illinois OVC Tournament (Nashville)

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Jackson State 62-46 L at University of Southern Mississippi 57-79 L at Marshall University 56-78 L at Morgan State 57-63 Cumberland University 99-46 L at Lipscomb 63-55 L at Eastern Illinois 45-83 at Southeast Missouri 59-55 L at Belmont (ot)72-78 at Alabama A&M 59-54 L at North Carolina Central 60-64 L at Vanderbilt 82-98 Grambling 80-78 at Eastern Kentucky 61-52 at Morehead State 72-68 L at Murray State 72-83 at UT-Martin 61-54 Austin Peay 56-52 Jacksonville St. 65-50 Tennessee Tech 79-75 L at Morehead State 51-60 at Eastern Kentucky 67-56 L Murray State 93-97 UT-Martin 89-53 at Austin Peay 69-61 at Tennessee Tech 67-57 at Jacksonville State 57-52 Southeast Missouri 70-54 L Eastern Illinois 79-89 Southeast Missouri State 77-66 L at Eastern Ilinois 48-64


Sun., dec. 20

VirGinia Cavaliers Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

Non-Conference Opponents 2:30 Pm (et)

tueS., dec. 22

detroit mercy Titans Stegeman coliSeum • athenS, ga.

2009-10 Schedule

ryan

Wright

Location .............................................................Charlottesville, Va. EnroLLmEnt .......................................................................... 13,762 nicknamE .......................................................................... Cavaliers coLors ................................................................ Navy and Orange confErEncE ............................................................... Atlantic Coast PrEsidEnt .......................................................... John T. Casteen III athLEtic dirEctor .................................................. Craig Littlepage arEna (caPacity) .......................... John Paul Jones Arena (14,593) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ............................................Amy Muligan officE PhonE .......................................................(434) 982-5534 officE fax ...........................................................(434) 982-5525 cELL PhonE .........................................................(434) 981-5235 EmaiL addrEss .........................................amuligan@virginia.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(434) 296-5910 WEB sitE ....................................................www.virginiasports.com hEad coach.......................................... Debbie Ryan (Ursinus ‘75) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 699-298 (32 seasons) rEcord at virginia .................................... 699-298 (32 seasons) assistant coachEs ......... Tim Taylor, Angel Elderkin, Wendy Palmer sEriEs rEcord ................................................... Virginia Leads, 2-1 Last mEEting .. UVA 60-62, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 43.1 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............24-10 Pct. assists Back ................. 57 2008-09 confErEncE .............8-6 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 44.1 Pct. Points Back.................53.5 Pct. stEaLs Back............... 57.4

2009-10 CAVALIErS rOSTEr startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................2/3 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 15 Ariana Moorer 5-7 So. G 7.3 3.5 Woodbridge, Va. 22 Monica Wright 5-11 Sr. G 20.5 5.6 Woodbridge, Va. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................8/6 2 Whitny Edwards 5-11 So. G 4.6 3.0 Charlotte, N.C. 3 Paulisha Kellum* 5-9 Sr. G 9.0 3.2 Upper Marolboro, Md. 32 Jayna Hartig 6-1 R-Jr. F 1.3 1.3 Highlands Ranch, Colo. 34 Britny Edwards 6-1 So. F 4.6 3.0 Charlotte, N.C. 50 Chelsea Shine 6-2 So. F 5.5 3.3 Berwyn, Pa. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................5 1 China Crosby 5-6 Fr. G New York, N.Y. 4 Simone Egwu 6-3 Fr. C Odenton, Md. 5 Erinn Thompson 6-4 Fr. F Winston-Salem, N.C. 14 Lexie Gerspm 5-11 Fr. G Fort Washington, Pa. 30 Telia McCall 6-1 Fr. F Marietta, Ga. *Missed 2008-09 due to an injury, stats from 2007-08

11/13 11/15 11/18 11/22 11/26 11/27 12/3 12/6 12/8 12/20 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/18 1/21 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/4 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/26 2/28

3/4-7

at UMBC Manhattan USC Upstate Tennessee vs. Indiana vs Charlotte/South Dakota St. Purdue James Madison Furman at Georgia Samford Liberty or Cornell at Colorado St. Bonaventure at Florida State Maryland at Virginia Tech at Boston College Georgia Tech NC State at Wake Forest Clemson at Maryland at Miami North Carolina Longwood Florida State at Duke Virginia Tech

ACC Tournament (Greensboro)

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L

L L L L L

L

High Point at Tennessee at Old Dominion Colorado vs. Utah vs. Marquette vs. Gonzaga at Illinois East Carolina Monmouth Mount St. Mary’s Rider Louisiana Tech Georgia St. Francis Wake Forest at North Carolina at Virginia Tech Florida State at Clemson Maryland Longwood Duke Virginia Tech at Maryland at N.C. State Miami Boston College at Florida State at Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech vs. Duke vs. Marist vs. California

78-48 83-82 70-78 77-43 65-57 76-71 62-69 63-39 80-67 73-45 65-55 83-38 68-52 62-60 82-66 77-59 74-103 75-69 75-80 75-67 89-81 88-50 67-81 69-61 78-94 54-60 (ot) 84-75 90-70 68-63 66-74 66-57 53-76 68-61 73-99

7:00 Pm (et)

2009-10 Schedule

rademacher

Mulroy

Location ..................................................................... Detroit, Mich. EnroLLmEnt ............................................................................ 5,600 nicknamE ................................................................................Titans coLors ........................................................... Red, White and Blue confErEncE ............................................................ Horizon League PrEsidEnt ...................................... Fr. Gerard L. Stockhausen, S.J. athLEtic dirEctor ........................................................ Keri Gaither arEna (caPacity) ..............................................Calihan Hall (8,295) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ..........................................Maggie Walsh officE PhonE .......................................................(313) 993-1745 officE fax ...........................................................(313) 993-1765 homE PhonE ........................................................(919) 906-7053 EmaiL addrEss ......................................... walshm@udmercy.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(313) 993-1750 WEB sitE ...................................................... www.detroittitans.com hEad coach................................Autumn Rademacher (Detroit ‘97) ovEraLL rEcord ............................................... 12-19 (1 season) rEcord at dEtroit ............................................ 12-19 (1 season) assistant coachEs ...... Carrie Banks, Emily Samuelson, Mike Geary sEriEs rEcord .................................................. Georgia Leads, 2-1 Last mEEting . UDM 70-66, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 58.4 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............12-19 Pct. assists Back ................ .55 2008-09 confErEncE ...........7-11 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 59.7 Pct. Points Back.................56.2 Pct. stEaLs Back............. 49.03

2009-10 TITANS rOSTEr startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 1 Jalesa Jones 5-4 So. G 4.5 3.2 Detroit, Mich. 10 Brigid Mulroy 5-9 Sr. G 9.9 3.2 West Bloomfield, Mich. 30 Talicia Washington 6-1 So. F 5.3 4.7 Auburn Hills, Mich. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................7/6 14 Lauren Allen 5-8 So. G 5.2 3.0 Rochester Hills, Mich. 25 Yar Shayok 6-1 So. F 1.3 1.3 Ottawa, Ontario 31 Heather Hatter 6-0 Sr. F 4.9 2.5 Howell, Mich. 34 Jaleesa Trussell 5-8 So. G 4.0 2.2 Racine, Wisc. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................5 5 Sierra Spaude 5-10 So. G Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 12 Demeisha Fambro 5-9 Fr. G Detroit, Mich. 24 Tayler Langham 5-9 Jr. G Plymouth, Mich. 41 Cherridy Thornton 6-1 Fr. F Detroit, Mich. 50 Kassandra Hooten 6-0 Fr. F Moorhead, Minn.

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

11/13 11/15 11/21 11/24 12/1 12/5 12/9 12/13 12/19 12/22 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/9 1/14 1/16 1/21 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/18 2/20 2/25 2/27 3/6 3/8-14

at Oakland Michigan State at Cincinnati Canisius at Indiana State Eastern Michigan Bowling Green at Morehead State Michigan at Georgia Colgate Wright State at Milwaukee at Green Bay UIC Loyola at Valparaiso at Butler YSU Cleveland State Green Bay Milwaukee at Loyola at UIC Butler Valparaiso at Cleveland State at Youngstown State at Wright State Campus Sites

O P P O N E N T S

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W W W

W W W W W W W

L at Cincinnati L at Michigan State Georgia L Indiana State at Colgate L at Albany L at Bowling Green L at Iowa State Morehead State at Eastern Michigan L at Canisius at Loyola L at UIC Flames L Butler L Valparaiso L at Green Bay L at Milwaukee L Cleveland State Youngstown State L at Wright State at Valparaiso L at Butler Milwaukee L Green Bay at Youngstown State L at Cleveland State L Wright State UIC Flames Loyola vs. Loyola L Green Bay

59-66 48-85 70-66 60-74 61-51 49-62 42-72 39-75 60-54 (ot) 76-75 59-80 71-64 66-69 48-71 (ot) 65-70 43-62 57-75 55-70 73-50 58-65 62-47 42-60 59-50 44-59 70-62 50-60 50-63 63-55 57-49 72-67 46-60

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Non-Conference Opponents mon., dec. 28

Clemson Lady TiGers littlejohn arena • clemSon, S.c.

7:00 Pm (et)

Savannah State Lady TiGers

Wed., dec. 30

tiger arena • Savannah, ga.

7:00 Pm (et)

2009-10 Schedule

McKinney

O P P O N E N T S

hardy

Location ................................................................... Clemson, S.C. EnroLLmEnt .......................................................................... 17,585 nicknamE .......................................................................Lady Tigers coLors ................................... Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple confErEncE ............................................................... Atlantic Coast PrEsidEnt .............................................................. James F. Barker athLEtic dirEctor ..........................................Dr. Terry Don Philips arEna (caPacity) ...................................Littlejohn Coliseum (9,850) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .................................................Jeff Kallin officE PhonE .......................................................(864) 656-1920 officE fax ...........................................................(864) 656-0299 homE PhonE ........................................................(508) 944-3859 EmaiL addrEss .........................................KALLIN@clemson.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(864) 654-3326 WEB sitE .................................................. ClemsonTigers.cstv.com hEad coach................................... Cristy McKinney (NC State ‘79) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 262-214 (16 seasons) rEcord at cLEmson ........................................ 46-75 (4 seasons) assistant coachEs ......................... Todd Steelman, Marla Brumfield sEriEs rEcord ..................................................Georgia leads, 12-5 Last mEEting ..UGA 67-50, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back .......... 83.5 2008-09 ovEraLL ..............13-16 Pct. assists Back ............. .72.2 2008-09 confErEncE ...........2-12 Pct. BLocks Back .............. 85.9 Pct. Points Back...............81.02 Pct. stEaLs Back.............. .88.7

2009-10 lady tigerS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................4/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 4 Christy Brown 5-6 Sr. G 3.8 1.9 Atlanta, Ga. 11 Lele Hardy 5-10 Sr. G/F 16.7 8.7 Spartanburg, S.C. 21 April Parker 6-2 Sr. F/C 5.8 3.9 Snellville, Ga. 24 Jasmine Tate 6-1 Jr. F 3.5 4.2 Birmingham, Ala. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ..............12/2 00 Chelsey Pinkstaff 5-9 So. G 0.0 0.0 Knoxville, Tenn. 3 Bryelle Smith 5-8 So. G 3.6 1.4 Raleigh, N.C. 10 Kirstyn Wright 5-11 Jr. G 4.3 1.8 Stone Mountain, Ga. 22 Sthefany Thomas 5-9 Jr. G 8.0 2.5 Wesley Chapel, Fl. 31 Lindsey Mason 6-4 So. F/C 2.1 1.0 Woodstock, Ga. 32 Morganne Campbell 5-8 Sr. G 2.8 1.7 Fairburn, Ga. 33 Lindsay Welker 6-2 So. F 0.6 0.0 Tifton, Ga. 34 Morgan McMinn 5-11 So. G/F 0.0 0.0 Hendersonville, N.C. 44 Shaniqua Pauldo 6-3 So. C 3.5 2.2 Macon, Ga. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................1 14 Keyrra Gillespie 5-7 Fr. G Statesville, N.C.

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11/13 11/16 11/19 11/24 11/27 11/28 11/29 12/3 12/6 12/12 12/15 12/19 12/21 12/28 12/30 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/22 1/24 1/29 1/31 2/4 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/25 2/28 3/4-7

Furman at College of Charleston South Carolina at Kennesaw State vs. Richmond vs. Hofstra at Connecticut at Northwestern Charleston Southern at Chattanooga USC Upstate at Ohio Wofford Georgia Georgetown at Charlotte Duke at Georgia Tech Florida State at North Carolina at Wake Forest Boston College NC State at Virginia Georgia Tech at Florida State at Maryland Miami at Virginia Tech Wake Forest ACC Tournament (Greensboro)

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W W W W W W W W W W

W

W

L at Furman Presbyterian at South Carolina L Georgia State Winthrop vs. Kent State at Washington Northwestern Ohio Chattanooga L at Georgia Kennesaw State L Charlotte at Miami L North Carolina L at Florida State L Maryland at Wake Forest Charleston Southern L at Boston College L Virginia L Virginia Tech L at Georgia Tech at Western Carolina L Wake Forest L at Duke L Florida State L Georgia Tech L at N.C. State vs. Georgia Tech L vs. North Carolina

68-82 66-35 52-45 75-82 76-68 68-53 85-67 (ot) 78-75 60-57 79-74 50-67 78-65 51-58 74-68 74-83 54-80 56-65 64-60 85-60 51-71 67-75 61-65 41-49 73-64 66-71 53-77 58-75 54-89 43-69 81-69 55-74

2009-10 Schedule

Baker

Long

Location .................................................................. Savannah, Ga. EnroLLmEnt ............................................................................ 3,500 nicknamE .......................................................................Lady Tigers coLors ............................................ Burnt Orange and Reflex Blue confErEncE ................................................................. Independent PrEsidEnt ................................................Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. athLEtic dirEctor ........................................................ Bart Bellairs arEna (caPacity) .............................................. Tiger Arena (6,000) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ........................................ Opio Mashariki officE PhonE .......................................................(912) 356-2446 officE fax ...........................................................(912) 353-3073 homE PhonE ........................................................(912) 353-5274 EmaiL addrEss .......................................masharik@savstate.edu PrEss roW PhonE ....................................................(912) 353-5274 WEB sitE .............................................. www.savstate/edu/athletics hEad coach........................... Cedric Baker (Voorhees College ‘90) ovEraLL rEcord ....................................... 243-233 (17 seasons) rEcord at savannah statE ........................... 51-120 (6 seasons) assistant coachEs .............................Sonya Wilson, Billy Hamilton sEriEs rEcord ................................................... Georgia leads, 4-0 Last mEEting ..UGA 74-28, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ......... .52.7 2008-09 ovEraLL ................9-22 Pct. assists Back ............. .62.1 2008-09 confErEncE ............ N/A Pct. BLocks Back ............. .48.9 Pct. Points Back.................46.2 Pct. stEaLs Back.............. .61.4

2009-10 lady tigerS roSter startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ......................................2/3 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 10 Courtney Long 5-9 Jr. G 5.4 2.5 Bowdon, Ga. 15 Crissa Jackson 5-7 So. G 6.4 1.8 Harrisburg, Pa. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost ................7/7 12 Ashlee Barley 5-7 So. G 4.5 2.2 Columbus, Ga. 20 Alisha Nelson 6-3 So. F 3.4 5.3 Phenix City, Ala. 21 Kimberlie Stamps 5-10 So. G 3.2 2.1 Columbus, Ga. 24 Carlita Johnson 6-0 So. F 1.3 2.0 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33 Treasure Monroe 5-7 Jr. G 0.2 0.4 Kingsland, Ga. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) ................................................................2 Mattisha Mangum 5-8 Fr. G Durham, N.C. Brittany Gilbert 5-9 Fr. G

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

11/13 11/15 11/17 11/19 11/22 11/25 11/28 11/30 12/5 12/13 12/15 12/17 12/20 12/22 12/30 1/2 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/18 1/21 1/27 1/30 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/20 2/27

Edward Waters College at South Carolina State Allen University at Florida A&M Southeastern Louisiana Stetson Columbia College at Alabama State Coastal Carolina Alabama State Norfolk State at UNF Classic at Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern Georgia at Texas Tech South Carolina State Florida A&M University of Louisiana Charleston Southern North Carolina Central Georgia Tech College of Charleston North Carolina Central NJ Institute of Tech. at Virginia Tech at Longwood Longwood Morris College

2008-09 rESuLTS W W

W

W W W W W W

Columbia College 81-47 L Florida A&M 34-48 Edwards Waters 68-31 L at UT-El Paso 46-103 L Florida 55-75 L vs. Eastern Illinois 40-62 L at Cincinnati 34-64 L vs. Mississippi Valley State 42-62 L at Charleston Southern 57-79 L at Southeastern Louisiana 60-73 L at Louisiana-Lafayette 42-69 Bethune-Cookman 58-57 L at Florida A&M 44-72 L at Bethune-Cookman 46-61 L NJ Institute of Tech. 56-65 L Charleston Southern 43-74 L at Georgia 28-74 L College of Charleston 54-61 L at North Carolina Central 40-52 L at Miss St. 40-52 at Talladega College 62-59 L at Texas Tech 39-80 Longwood 61-49 L Georgia Tech 34-89 North Carolina Central 47-44 at Longwood 59-54 L at NJ Institute of Tech. 41-68 Morris College 69-65 L vs. Chicago State 39-74 vs. NJ Institute of Tech. 64-56 L vs. Longwood 60-76


JaN. 3 iN TuSCaLOOSa aT 3:00 Pm (ET)

alabama Crimson Tide FEB. 14 iN aThENS aT 2:00 Pm (ET)

SEC Opponents

2008-09 CrimSON TidE rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................5/0 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 2 Dedrea Magee 5-7 Sr. G 7.6 4.1 Picayune, Miss. 20 Varisia Raffington 5-11 Jr. G 9.8 4.4 Tallahassee, Fla. 22 Courtney Strauthers 6-4 Sr. F/C 5.4 4.2 Snellville, Ga. 23 Ericka Russell 5-7 So. G 10.1 2.5 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 31 Katie Hancock 5-11 Jr. G/F 4.2 3.6 Tupelo, Miss. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .......................................................10/2 3 Alyson Butler 5-10 Jr. G 5.8 1.2 Cleveland, Tenn. 21 Tierney Jenkins 6-0 Jr. F 11.1 7.4 Mt. Juliet, Tenn. 25 Kayla Robinson 6-2 So. F 2.1 2.6 Edwards, Miss. 30 Carmen McCoy 6-4 So. F 2.7 3.2 Leeds, Ala. 32 Tamara Williams 6-0 Sr. G 1.4 1.9 Alabaster, Ala. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................5 1 Candace Sykes 5-10 R-Fr. G St. Anne, Ill. hudson russell Jenkins 5 Celiscia Farmer 6-0 Fr. G Montgomery, Ala. Location ..................................................................................................... Tuscaloosa, Ala. 10 LaToya King 5-4 Fr. G Stuart, Fla. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................27,052 24 Jennifer Edwards 5-10 Fr. G Houston, Texas nicknamE ......................................................................................................... Crimson Tide 41 Jocelyn Shaw 6-0 Fr. G Alabaster, Ala. coLors ...................................................................................................Crimson and White confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern 2009-10 SChEduLE 2008-09 rESuLTS PrEsidEnt ..................................................................................................Dr. Robert E. Witt 11/13 vs. Tennessee Tech W Centenary 64-55 athLEtic dirEctor ................................................................................................Mal Moore vs. Air Force or Texas A&M L Samford (ot) 55-61 arEna (caPacity) ......................................................................Coleman Coliseum (15,316) 11/14 Jackson State W at Hampton 69-60 WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .................................................................................Jessica Paré 11/17 11/21 at Belmont W Alabama State 75-47 officE PhonE ............................................................................................(205) 348-3673 11/24 Southeastern LA. Holiday Beach Classic L vs. Louisville 56-73 officE fax ................................................................................................(205) 348-8841 11/28 at Cal State Bakersfield W vs. Northern Iowa 76-55 cELL PhonE ...............................................................................................(770) 883-3620 11/29 at Illinois W UCF 67-53 EmaiL addrEss ........................................................................................ jpare@ia.ua.edu 12/4 at Alabama State W Sam Houston State 90-50 Northwestern State L at Middle Tennessee 67-77 PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(205) 348-6084 12/6 at UCF W Florida A&M (ot) 70-68 WEB sitE ....................................................................................................www.rolltide.com 12/14 at Florida A&M W Austin Peay State 63-53 hEad coach.........................................................................Wendell Hudson (Alabama ‘73) 12/16 Presbyterian W Alabama A&M 76-65 ovEraLL rEcord .................................................................................... 13-17 (1 season) 12/21 12/30 Southern Miss. W Belmont 58-49 rEcord at aLaBama ................................................................................ 13-17 (1 season) 1/3 Georgia W Ball State 81-75 assistant coachEs ..............................................Joni Crenshaw, Ty Evans, Stacey Fanklin 1/7 at Mississippi W at Southeastern La. 59-48 sEriEs rEcord .......................................................................................Georgia leads, 28-9 1/10 South Carolina L Vanderbilt 76-85 Last mEEting ...................UGA 63-61, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 90.0 1/14 at Auburn 34-55 L at LSU at Kentucky L Kentucky 57-67 2008-09 ovEraLL ................................ 13-17 Pct. assists Back................................. 77.5 1/17 Florida L at Ole Miss 43-73 2008-09 confErEncE ............................. 1-13 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 83.8 1/21 Arkansas L at Auburn 66-84 Pct. Points Back....................................71.7 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 90.3 1/24

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS aLaBama No. 1 11 21 15 33 *

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 4-4 12-26 .462 4-14 .286 Meredith Mitchell 1-1 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 Porsha Phillips 3-2 17-27 .630 0-1 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 3-1 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 Angel Robinson 4-3 14-25 .560 0-1 .000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA Pct. PPG 19-24 .792 11.8 0-0 .000 0.0 3-4 .750 12.3 2-2 1.000 0.7 10-16 .625 9.5

RPG A B S 2.0 14 13 0 0.0 0 0 0 5.3 3 6 5 0.0 2 0 0 10.3 8 9 6

1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28

at Vanderbilt LSU at Miss. St. Auburn at Georgia Tennessee at Arkansas Miss. St. at Florida

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

W

L L L L L L L L L

Georgia at Vanderbilt Florida Auburn at Tennessee at South Carolina Ole Miss at Arkansas Miss. St. vs. Tennessee

61-63 64-88 71-92 54-81 61-80 57-68 67-59 69-74 49-67 49-68

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SEC Opponents JaN. 7 iN aThENS aT 7:00 Pm (ET)

O P P O N E N T S

mitchell

Kentucky Wildcats

FEB. 11 iN LExiNGTON aT 7:00 Pm (ET)

Smith

dunlap

Location ......................................................................................................... Lexington, Ky. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................27,000 nicknamE ................................................................................................................. Wildcats coLors ......................................................................................................... Blue and White confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern chancELLor .............................................................................................Dr. Lee T. Todd, Jr. athLEtic dirEctor ......................................................................................... Mitch Barnhart arEna (caPacity) ....................................................................... Memorial Coliseum (8,500) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .....................................................................................Susan Lax officE PhonE ............................................................................................(859) 257-3838 officE fax ................................................................................................(859) 323-4310 homE PhonE ..............................................................................................(859) 608-5019 EmaiL addrEss .......................................................................................... slax0@uky.edu PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(859) 323-5900 WEB sitE ............................................................................................. www.ukathletics.com hEad coach................................................................Matthew Mitchell (Mississippi St. ‘95) ovEraLL rEcord ...................................................................................63-61 (4 seasons) rEcord at kEntucky .............................................................................33-32 (2 seasons) assistant coachEs .......................................................Kyra Elzy, Matt Insell, Shalon Pillow sEriEs rEcord ..................................................................................... Georgia leads, 31-11 Last mEEting ...................UGA 82-64, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 55.2 2008-09 ovEraLL ................................ 16-16 Pct. assists Back................................. 68.0 2008-09 confErEncE ............................... 5-9 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 50.4 Pct. Points Back....................................64.9 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 70.7 No. 1 11 21 15 33 * 88

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS KENTuCKy

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 6-6 24-49 .490 8-15 .533 Meredith Mitchell 2-1 4-5 .800 1-1 1.000 Porsha Phillips 3-0 11-29 .379 0-1 0.00 Jaleesa Rhoden 2-1 1-4 .250 0-1 0.00 Angel Robinson 6-4 22-38 .579 1-1 1.000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA 32-39 0-0 5-6 1-2 11-16

Pct. PPG .821 14.7 .000 4.5 .833 9.0 .500 2.5 .688 9.3

RPG A B S 2.7 24 0 10 1.5 0 0 0 6.7 5 5 2 1.5 1 0 0 8.8 3 8 7

2008-09 WiLdCaTS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 24 Amber Smith 5-5 Jr. G 7.8 2.1 Winter Haven, Fla. 25 Amani Franklin 5-11 Sr. G 11.6 4.9 Stone Mountain, Ga. 34 Victoria Dunlap 6-1 Jr. F 13 9 Nashville, Tenn. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .........................................................5/5 5 Carly Morrow 5-11 Jr. G 7.5 2.3 Knoxville, Tenn. 12 Lydia Watkins 6-1 Sr. G/F 5.4 4.7 Hopkinsville, Ky. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................6 1 Adia Mathies 5-9 Fr. G Louisville, Ky. 3 Crystal Rile 5-5 So. G Arlington, Tenn. 4 Keyla Snowden 5-7 So. G Lexington, Ky. 23 Rebecca Gray 5-10 So. G Georgetown, Ky. 30 Anna Cole 6-7 Fr. C Mondovi, Wis. 40 Brittany Henderson 6-2 Fr. F St. Altadena, Calif.

2009-10 SChEduLE 11/13 11/15 11/17 11/22 11/25 11/28 12/1 12/4 12/13 12/20 12/22 12/28 1/1 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28

Boston University Butler at Morehead State University of Tennessee Chattanooga at UC Santa Barbra McNeese State Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati Florida A&M Louisville University of Tennessee Martin at Middle of Tennessee State Mississippi Valley State at Georgia Vanderbilt at South Carolina Alabama Arkansas Auburn at LSU at Mississippi State Ole Miss at Arkansas Georgia at Vanderbilt Florida South Carolina at Tennessee at Auburn

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Michigan Cincinnati George Washington vs Yale at Long Island at Xavier at WKU Furman ETSU at Louisville Alabama A&M UC Santa Barbara IUPUI North Carolina A&T at Miami at Tennessee Arkansas at Alabama Miss. St. LSU at Florida at Ole Miss South Carolina Vanderbilt at Auburn Tennessee at LSU Georgia at South Carolina vs. Georgia Chattanooga Wisconsin

60-70 58-55 67-28 87-82 46-43 44-67 57-66 74-35 50-59 59-75 65-45 69-58 82-60 72-63 80-55 64-49 72-63 67-57 45-52 56-59 59-74 60-69 61-47 62-72 69-81 66-56 56-57 57-61 70-53 64-82 (ot) 81-76 45-49


JaN. 10 iN aThENS aT 6:00 Pm (ET)

Florida Gators

FEB. 21 iN GaiNESviLLE aT TBd

SEC Opponents 2008-09 GaTOrS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 10 Steffi Sorensen 5-10 Sr. G 9.2 5.2 Jacksonville, Fla. 22 Jennifer Mossor 5-9 Sr. G 7.6 6.2 Orlando, Fla. 24 Sharielle Smith 5-10 Sr. G 7.6 6.2 Brandenton, Fla. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .........................................................9/5 2 Lonnika Thompson 5-4 Sr. G 6.1 1.8 New Orleans, La. 13 Azania Stewart 6-4 So. C 3.9 2.6 Wood Green, England 14 Ndidi Madu 6-1 R-So. F 2.4 1.8 Antioch,Tenn. 20 Susan Yenser 5-10 Sr. G 2.3 1.0 Marietta, Ga. 21 Trumae Lucas 5-8 So. G 4.1 1.3 Greensboro, N.C. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................5 1 Christal Caldwell 5-9 Fr. G Charlotte, N.C. 12 Tessah Holt 5-5 Fr. G Fayette County, Ga. 31 Lily Svete 6-2 Fr. F Granger, Ind. Butler Smith Sorensen 32 Jennifer George 6-0 Fr. F Orlando, Fla. Location ........................................................................................................Gainesville, FL 33 Jordan Jones 5-9 So. G Suwanee, Ga. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................52,112 nicknamE ....................................................................................................................Gators coLors ..................................................................................................... Orange and Blue confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern 2009-10 SChEduLE 2008-09 rESuLTS PrEsidEnt ..........................................................................................Dr. J. Bernard Machen 11/14 Stetson L at Florida Gulf Coast 86-88 athLEtic dirEctor ...................................................................................... Jeremy N. Foley 11/17 Florida State W Jacksonville 74-51 arEna (caPacity) ..................................................... Stephen C. O’Connell Center (12,000) 11/20 at Pittsburgh W Stetson 82-46 WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .............................................................................. Kathy Cafazzo 11/24 UAD W at Florida State 72-57 officE PhonE ............................................................................................(352) 375-4683 11/27 vs St. John’s W Savannah State 75-55 FIU Thanksgiving Classic W vs. Southern Illinois 67-55 officE fax ................................................................................................(352) 375-4809 11/29 Florida A&M W vs. Arizona State 65-60 homE PhonE ..............................................................................................(352) 316-4575 12/1 at Rutgeres W at UAB 77-75 EmaiL addrEss ...................................................................... KathyC@gators.uaa.ufl.edu 12/7 at Old Dominion W at N.C. State 66-61 PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(352) 367-1801 12/11 12/20 Southern W Coppin State 75-34 WEB sitE .............................................................................................. www.gatorzone.com 12/21 vs. High Point or William & Mary W Florida A&M 75-55 hEad coach...............................................................................Amanda Butler (Florida ‘95) 12/28 Ohio W Pittsburgh 90-83 ovEraLL rEcord ...................................................................................83-44 (4 seasons) 12/30 Jacksonville W Vermont 85-76 rEcord at fLorida ................................................................................43-22 (2 seasons) 1/3 at Arkansas Miami (OH) 75-56 W Auburn W at Ohio 74-56 assistant coachEs ........................Susie Gardner, Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick, David Lowery 1/7 at Georgia W Miss. St. 80-66 sEriEs rEcord .................................................................................... Georgia leads, 43-11 1/10 Tennessee L at Auburn 65-81 Last mEEting ...................UGA 84-75, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 59.4 1/14 at Miss. St. W at South Carolina 77-63 2008-09 ovEraLL .................................. 24-8 Pct. assists Back................................. 55.6 1/17 1/21 at Alabama W Georgia 61-45 2008-09 confErEncE ............................... 9-5 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 42.2 1/24 South Carolina W Ole Miss 75-54 Pct. Points Back....................................52.7 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 62.5 1/31 at Ole Miss W Kentucky 74-59 No. 1 11 21 15 33 *

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS FLOrida

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 6-6 26-59 .441 10-26 .385 Meredith Mitchell 2-1 0-5 .000 0-1 .000 Porsha Phillips 3-0 12-24 .500 0-0 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 4-1 7-15 .467 2-7 .286 Angel Robinson 6-4 18-37 .486 0-0 .000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA 11-14 0-0 11-12 1-4 6-10

Pct. PPG .786 12.2 .000 0.0 .917 11.3 .250 4.3 .600 7.0

RPG A B S 3.8 33 0 18 3.0 2 1 0 5.7 1 5 4 1.8 6 0 3 7.0 5 8 1

2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/8 2/21 2/24 2/28

Vanderbilt Miss. St. LSU at Tennessee at Kentucky Georgia at Vanderbilt Alabama

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at Arkansas at Alabama Tennessee at Vanderbilt at LSU Arkansas South Carolina Georgia vs. Tennessee vs. Temple at Connecticut

94-78 92-71 66-57 68-84 47-66 74-83 82-66 75-84 67-71 70-57 59-87

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SEC Opponents Thur., Jan. 14

O P P O N E N T S

vanderbilt Commodores

MeMorial ColiseuM • nashville, Tenn.

Balcomb

marsh

8:00 pM (eT)

mooney

Location ...................................................................................................... Nashville, Tenn. EnroLLmEnt ..................................................................................................................6,584 nicknamE ......................................................................................................... Commodores coLors ......................................................................................................... Black and Gold confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern chancELLor ........................................................................................... Nicholas S. Zeppos vicE chancELLor for athLEtics ..................................................................David Williams II arEna (caPacity) ................................................................. Memorial Gymnasium (14,168) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ............................................................................. Chris Weinman officE PhonE ............................................................................................(615) 343-0019 officE fax ................................................................................................(615) 343-7064 homE PhonE ..............................................................................................(615) 336-4222 EmaiL addrEss ................................................................. chris.weinman@vanderbilt.edu PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(615) 320-0436 WEB sitE ......................................................................................www.vucommodores.com hEad coach............................................................... Melanie Balcomb (Trenton State, ‘84) ovEraLL rEcord ............................................................................ 335-165 (16 seasons) rEcord at vandErBiLt ........................................................................ 172-61 (7 seasons) assistant coachEs ............................................. Vicky Picott, Kim Rosamond, Tom Garrick sEriEs rEcord .....................................................................................Georgia leads, 30-22 Last mEEting ..................... VU 61-69, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 52.2 2008-09 ovEraLL .................................. 26-9 Pct. assists Back................................. 64.0 2008-09 confErEncE ............................. 10-4 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 68.7 Pct. Points Back....................................56.4 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 55.2 No. 1 11 21 15 33 * 90

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS vaNdErBiLT

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 7-7 21-62 .339 6-26 .231 Meredith Mitchell 3-1 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 Porsha Phillips 5-3 11-28 .393 0-2 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 3-2 2-7 .286 0-2 .000 Angel Robinson 7-5 29-52 .558 1-2 .500 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA 31-37 2-5 6-9 3-8 18-25

Pct. PPG .838 11.3 .400 0.7 .667 5.6 .375 2.3 .720 11.0

RPG A B 3.7 27 0 0.7 6 0 3.0 3 1 2.0 1 0 9.4 5 13

S 13 0 3 1 7

2008-09 COmmOdOrES rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................3/2 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 15 Hannah Tuomi 6-0 Jr. F 11.4 5.9 Thornton, Colo. 22 Jence Rhoads 5-11 Jr. G 6.3 2.3 Slippery Rock, Pa. 23 Merideth Marsh 5-9 Sr. G 10.7 2.5 Louisville, Ky. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .........................................................8/3 11 Ashlee Bridge 5-11 Sr. G/F 1.2 1.1 Cincinnati, Ohio 20 Jessica Mooney 5-8 Sr. G 7.1 2.3 Nashville, Tenn. 3 Chanel Chisholm 5-11 Jr. G 5.0 2.9 Long Island, N.Y. 5 Lauren Lueders 5-8 Jr. G 2.5 1.3 Jackson, Mo. 33 Rebecca Silkinski 6-3 Jr. F 0.9 0.6 Birmingham, Ala. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................4 30 Elan Brown 6-0 Fr. G Atlanta, Ga. 34 Tiffany Clarke 6-0 Fr. F Duluth, Ga. 21 Stephanie Holzer 6-4 Fr. C Newton Square, Pa. 32 Gabby Smith 5-10 Fr. G Cincinnati, Ohio

2009-10 SChEduLE 11/15 11/18 11/20 11/24 11/27 11/28 12/2 12/4 12/6 12/10 12/20 12/28 12/31 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/8 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/28

Lehigh at Southern Illinois UC Riverside at Saint Joseph’s vs. Austin Peay Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament at Wright State Bowling Green Western Kentucky at Quinnipiac Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Notre Dame Mississippi at Miss. St. at Kentucky Georgia at Tennessee at Auburn Miss. St. Alabama at Arkansas at Florida Temmessee Kentucky at LSU at Mississippi Florida South Carolina

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Texas A&M Corpus Christi 85-51 at WKU 90-72 Eastern Kentucky 80-38 at ETSU 66-55 at Michigan 42-50 Davidson 82-50 Virginia Tech 72-43 Radford 78-41 at Cal State Fullerton 83-67 at UC Riverside 47-50 Tennessee State 98-82 UT-Martin 86-29 Liberty 67-50 Notre Dame 57-59 at Iowa State 51-55 at Auburn 85-76 Tennessee 74-58 LSU 75-67 at Georgia 55-66 at South Carolina 66-56 Arkansas (ot) 72-61 Alabama 88-64 at Miss. St. 61-66 at Kentucky 72-62 Florida 84-68 Georgia 80-64 Auburn 73-70 at Ole Miss 69-71 at Tennessee 66-75 vs. Georgia 69-61 vs. LSU 61-47 vs. Auburn 61-54 vs. Western Carolina 73-44 vs. Kansas State 74-61 vs. Maryland 74-78


JaN. 17 iN FayETTEviLLE aT 3:00 (ET)

arkansas razorbacks FEB. 28 iN aThENS aT 2:00 (ET)

SEC Opponents

2008-09 razOrBaCKS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................2/3 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 22 C’eira Ricketts 5-8 So. G 12.6 6.3 Louisville, Ky. 33 Lyndsay Harris 5-9 So. G 9.6 3.0 Hoover, Ala. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .........................................................9/3 3 Jamesha Townsend 6-2 So. F 0.5 0.7 Chula, Vista, Calif. 12 Ashley Daniels 6-2 So. F 1.7 2.6 Coldwater, Miss. 13 Julie Inman 5-9 So. G 1.9 0.9 Carlisle, Ark. 23 Ashley McCray 6-3 Sr. C 5.3 3.8 Sanford, Fla. 32 Charity Ford 5-8 Sr. G 7.3 2.3 Arlington, Texas 24 Brittney Richardson 5-11 Jr. F 3.5 1.2 Salem, Ark. 54 Ashlea Williams 6-2 Jr. C 0.9 0.9 Springfield, Mo. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................5 4 Sarah Watkins 6-3 Fr. C Germantown, Tenn. 15 Skye Rees 6-3 Jr. C Drouin, Victoria Collen ricketts Ford 21 Dominique Robinson 6-0 Fr. F Baton Rouge, La. Location ..................................................................................................... Fayetteville, Ark. 44 Quistelle Williams 6-0 Fr. C East Kentwood, Mich. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................19,849 nicknamE ............................................................................................................Razorbacks coLors ...................................................................................................Cardinal and White confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern 2009-10 SChEduLE 2008-09 rESuLTS chancELLor ........................................................................................Dr. G. David Gearhart 11/15 at Alcorn State W La-Monroe 77-38 athLEtic dirEctor ..................................................................................................Jeff Long 11/18 at SMU W High Point 63-46 arEna (caPacity) ....................................................................... Bud Walton Arena (19,500) 11/22 East Tennessee St. W SMU 78-69 WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ................................................................................... Jeri Thorpe 11/26 vs. Iona W Northwestern 60-44 officE PhonE ...........................................................................................(479) 575- 5037 11/27 vs. Western Kentucky L at Oregon State 56-69 Kansas State W at Pacific 78-61 officE fax ...............................................................................................(479) 575- 7481 12/2 at Oklahoma W at Memphis 76-69 homE PhonE .............................................................................................(479) 443- 3219 12/5 Coppin State W vs. Miss Valley St. 79-46 EmaiL addrEss ......................................................................................jthorpe@uark.edu 12/8 Northwestern L vs. Kansas State 56-65 PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(479) 575-6622 12/17 12/19 vs. DePaul W North Dakota 85-73 WEB sitE ............................................................................ www.ArkansasRazorbacks.com 12/20 vs. FSU/UTSA W Dartmouth 66-57 hEad coach........................................................................Tom Collen (Bowling Green ‘77) 12/21 vs. TBA L Missouri 55-56 ovEraLL rEcord ...............................................................................242-96 (11 seasons) 12/29 Sam Houston State W Western Illinois 70-53 rEcord at arkansas .............................................................................35-27 (2 seasons) 1/3 Florida W Stetson 84-44 LSU L at Texas Tech 60-75 assistant coachEs ........................................... Tim Eaman, Zenaree Antoine, Greg Collins 1/7 at Ole Miss L LSU 42-62 sEriEs rEcord .......................................................................................Georgia leads, 21-4 1/10 Miss. St. L at Kentucky 63-72 Last mEEting .................... Ark. 64-77, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 55.8 1/14 Georgia L Auburn 61-70 2008-09 ovEraLL ................................ 18-14 Pct. assists Back................................. 63.7 1/17 1/21 at Kentucky L Tennessee 67-76 2008-09 confErEncE ............................... 6-8 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 42.3 1/24 at Alabama W at Miss. St. 65-62 Pct. Points Back....................................60.2 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 65.9 1/31 Vanderbilt (ot) 61-72 L Vanderbilt No. 1 11 21 15 33 *

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS arKaNSaS

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 3-3 12-25 .480 6-13 .462 Meredith Mitchell 0-0 Porsha Phillips 3-2 8-27 .296 0-4 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 1-0 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 Angel Robinson 3-2 8-17 .471 2-2 1.000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA Pct. PPG 15-22 .682 15.0 5-7 0-2 0-3

.714 .000 .000

7.0 0.0 6.0

RPG A B S 4.7 14 0 7 4.7 2.0 8.0

1 0 1

4 2 0 0 4 3

2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28

at Tennessee Kentucky at Auburn at South Carolina Ole Miss Alabama at LSU at Georgia

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Florida at LSU at Georgia South Carolina Ole Miss at Florida Alabama at Auburn at Ole Miss Oklahoma State at Kansas

78-94 53-68 77-64 58-54 70-59 83-74 74-69 57-94 60-65 61-60 59-75

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SEC Opponents Thur., Jan. 21

O P P O N E N T S

Tennessee Lady volunteers

sTegeMan ColiseuM • aThens, ga.

7:00 pM (eT)

2008-09 Lady vOLuNTEErS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................4/1 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 5 Angie Bjorklund 6-0 Jr. G/F 12.3 3.0 Spokane Valley, Wash. 25 Glory Johnson 6-3 So. F 10.2 7.2 Knoxville, Tenn. 40 Shekinna Stricklen 6-2 So. G/F 13.3 5.9 Morrilton, Ark. 52 Kelley Cain 6-6 R-So. C 8.2 5.3 Atlanta, Ga. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .......................................................10/1 1 Briana Bass 5-2 So. G 3.9 1.3 Indianapolis, Ind. 10 Amber Gray 6-1 So. F 2.7 1.9 West Chester, Ohio 15 Alicia Manning 6-1 So. F 3.5 2.6 Woodsock, Ga. 20 Sydney Smallbone 5-10 Jr. G 3.1 1.0 Granger, Ind. 21 Vicki Baugh 6-4 Fr. F 6.5 7.3 Sacramento, Calif. 33 Alyssia Brewer 6-3 So. F 5.9 4.3 Sapulpa, Okla. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................3 4 Kamiko Williams 5-11 Fr. G Clarksville, Tenn. Sumit Bjorklund Stricklen 13 Taber Spani 6-1 Fr. G Lee’s Summit, Mo. Location .......................................................................................................... Knoxville, Tn. 34 Faith Dupree 6-3 Fr. F/C Knoxville, Tenn. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................26,400 nicknamE .....................................................................................................Lady Volunteers coLors .................................................................................................... Orange and White confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern 2009-10 SChEduLE 2008-09 rESuLTS chancELLor ............................................................................................... Dr. Jimmy Cheek 11/15 Baylor W San Francisco 68-39 athLEtic dirEctor ............................................................................................Joan Cronan 11/17 at Texas Tech L Virginia 82-83 arEna (caPacity) ......................... Thompson-Boling Assembly Center and Arena (21, 678) 11/22 at Virginia W at Chattanooga 66-63 WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ............................................................................Debby Jennings 11/25 at Middle Tennessee W Louisiana Tech 94-59 officE PhonE ................................................................................................(865) 874-4275 11/28 UCLA W Westerm Carolina 83-56 George Washington W Depaul 88-67 officE fax ................................................................................................(865) 974-8875 12/1 Texas W at George Washington 71-59 homE PhonE ..............................................................................................(865) 690-8600 12/6 vs. Rutgers W Middle Tennessee 81-52 EmaiL addrEss ....................................................................................djennings@utk.edu 12/13 Louisville L at Texas 59-73 PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(865) 690-8600 12/16 12/19 at Sanford W at Old Dominion 81-76 WEB sitE .............................................................................................. www.utladyvols.com 12/22 at San Francisco W Stanford (ot) 79-69 hEad coach.................................................................................Pat Sumitt (UT-Martin ‘74) 12/30 Old Dominion W at Gonzaga 77-58 ovEraLL rEcord .......................................................................... 1005-193 (35 seasons) 1/3 Oklahoma W at Rutgers 55-51 rEcord at tEnnEssEE ................................................................... 1005-193 (35 seasons) 1/7 South Carolina W Kentucky 69-64 at Miss. St. L at Vanderbilt 58-74 assistant coachEs ........................Holly Warlick, Dean Lockwood, Daedra Charles-Furlow 1/10 at Florida W at Miss. St. 63-56 sEriEs rEcord ............................................................................... Tennessee Leads, 14-39 1/14 Vanderbilt W South Carolina 68-56 Last mEEting ......................UT 43-73, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 84.1 1/17 at Georgia 76-67 W at Arkansas 2008-09 ovEraLL .................................22-11 Pct. assists Back................................. 85.6 1/21 1/24 at LSU L at Auburn 68-82 2008-09 confErEncE ............................... 9-5 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 96.1 1/28 Auburn W Ole Miss 60-59 Pct. Points Back....................................87.5 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 88.4 1/31 at South Carolina L at Oklahoma 70-80 No. 1 11 21 15 33 * 92

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS TENNESSEE

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 4-4 10-21 .476 2-6 .333 Meredith Mitchell 0-0 Porsha Phillips 3-3 3-17 .176 0-0 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 2-0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 Angel Robinson 4-2 11-25 .440 0-0 .000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA Pct. PPG 16-16 1.000 9.5 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 2-3 .667

3.3 0.0 6.0

RPG A B S 2.0 7 0 9 2.3 0.0 6.3

4 0 2

0 1 0 0 3 1

2/4 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/28

Arkansas at Vanderbilt at Mississippi Florida at Alabama LSU Kentucky Mississippi

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Georgia at Florida Alabama Duke at Kentucky Miss. St. at LSU Vanderbilt vs. Alabama vs. Florida vs. Auburn vs. Ball State

73-43 57-66 80-61 54-62 56-66 82-68 61-63 75-66 68-49 71-67 58-78 55-71


sun., Jan. 24

Ole miss Lady rebels

sTegeMan ColiseuM • aThens, ga.

1:00 pM (eT)

SEC Opponents

2008-09 Lady rEBELS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................4/1 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 11 Shantell Black G 5-4 Sr. 8.2 3.5 Lawrenceville, Ga. 14 Liz Robertson F 5-10 Sr. 6.1 3.7 Vestavia, Ala. 20 Kayla Melson G 5-8 Jr. 5.7 2.4 Montgomery, Ala. 45 Bianca Thomas G 5-10 Sr. 15.8 5.1 Henderson, Tenn. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .......................................................12/1 3 LaKendra Phillis G 5-9 Sr. 1.6 1.4 Memphis, Tenn. 21 Kayla Holloway C 6-4 So. 2.5 2.9 Dyersburg, Tenn. 22 Nikki Byrd F 6-4 So. 3.1 3.6 Brookhaven, Miss. 23 LaTosha Laws G 5-10 So. 1.6 0.9 Memphis, Tenn. 30 Whitney Hameth G 5-10 So. 1.7 0.8 Dumas, Ark. 32 Alliesha Easley G 5-8 Jr. 6.9 3.6 Cordova, Tenn. 42 Tori Slusher F 6-3 Sr. 1.7 2.0 Wichita Falls, Texas 44 Katorra Lewis F 6-2 Sr. 3.2 2.4 Clinton, Miss. Lander Black Thomas nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................1 Location .......................................................................................................... Oxford, Miss. 25 Courtney Marbra F 6-1 Fr. Jackson, Miss. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................17,601 nicknamE ................................................................................................................... Rebels coLors .................................................................................... Cardinal Red and Navy Blue confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern 2009-10 SChEduLE 2008-09 rESuLTS chancELLor ....................................................................................................Dr. Dan Jones 11/13 Southeastern Louisiana W at North Carolina A&T 80-64 athLEtic dirEctor ..............................................................................................Pete Boone 11/20 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W at Davidson 55-50 arEna (caPacity) ..............................................................C.M. Tad Smith Coliseum (8,910) 11/23 at Arizona W at Louisiana-Lafayette 74-48 WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ...............................................................................Jay D’Abramo 11/27 at San Jose State W Memphis 84-63 officE PhonE ............................................................................................(662) 915-7896 11/28 at TBA W Alcorn State 63-40 at UALR W Southeastern Louisiana 85-73 officE fax ................................................................................................(662) 915-7006 12/2 at Old Dominion L Texas 50-74 cELL PhonE ...............................................................................................(662) 816-3060 12/6 Ohio State L at NC State 42-46 EmaiL addrEss .............................................................................jdabramo@olemiss.edu 12/13 at Texas L Arkansas-Little Rock 61-64 PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(662) 236-1931 12/16 12/18 at Memphis W at UCF 85-67 WEB sitE .......................................................................................www.OleMissSports.com 12/20 Winston-Salem State L at Wake Forest 58-77 hEad coach........................................................................... Renee Ladner (Ole Miss, ‘81) 12/29 Centenary W Northeastern State 92-64 ovEraLL rEcord ...................................................................................31-31 (2 seasons) 1/3 at Vanderbilt W Rice 81-48 rEcord at oLE miss ..............................................................................31-31 (2 seasons) 1/7 Alabama W Old Dominion 79-72 Arkansas W Georgia 62-54 assistant coachEs ...........................Marlene Stollings, Jocelyn McGillberry, Armintie Price 1/10 LSU L at Miss. St. 64-69 sEriEs rEcord .....................................................................................Georgia leads, 26-10 1/17 Miss. St. W Alabama 73-43 Last mEEting ............Ole Miss. 54-62 ‘08-’09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 83.2 1/21 at Georgia L South Carolina 67-76 2008-09 ovEraLL ................................ 18-15 Pct. assists Back................................. 96.9 1/24 1/28 at South Carolina 54-75 L at Florida 2008-09 confErEncE ............................... 5-9 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 39.4 1/31 Florida L at Tennessee 59-60 Pct. Points Back....................................81.2 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 83.4 2/4 at Kentucky W Kentucky 69-60 No. 1 11 21 15 33 *

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS OLE miSS

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 3-3 6-25 .240 2-8 .250 Meredith Mitchell 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Porsha Phillips 3-2 7-24 .292 1-3 .333 Jaleesa Rhoden 2-0 2-7 .286 2-4 .500 Angel Robinson 3-2 12-24 .500 0-1 .000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA Pct. PPG 6-7 .857 6.7 0-0 .000 0.0 2-6 .333 6.3 0-0 .000 3.0 7-7 1.000 10.3

RPG A B S 4.0 17 0 8 0.0 0 0 0 4.7 4 4 2 1.5 2 0 0 6.3 3 7 3

2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28

at LSU Tennessee at Miss. St. at Arkansas Vanderbilt Auburn at Tennessee

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at Auburn at South Carolina Miss. St. at Arkansas at Alabama Vanderbilt LSU at Arkansas at Auburn Murray State at USF

65-72 66-65 50-66 59-70 59-67 71-69 48-59 65-60 65-60 87-49 57-74

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SEC Opponents

mississiPPi State Lady BulldoGs

Thur., Jan. 28 huMphrey ColiseuM • sTarkville, Miss.

O P P O N E N T S

9:00 pM (eT)

2008-09 Lady BuLLdOGS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................4/1 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 2 Alexis Rack 5-7 Sr. G 14.9 2.7 Franklin, La. 5 Armelie Lumanu 5-9 Sr. G/F 10.7 5.8 Kinshasa, Congo 10 Chanel Mokango 6-5 Sr. F 10.5 5.8 Kinshasa, Congo 23 Tysheka Grimes 6-0 Sr. G/F 7.8 4.4 Baton Rouge, La. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .......................................................11/3 00 Rima Kalonda 6-3 Sr. F/C 1.7 2.6 Kinshasa, Congo 1 Danielle Rector* 6-3 So. F/C 2.3 0.3 Ringgold, Ga. 3 Diamber Johnson 5-7 So. G 2.8 1.0 Pontotoc, Miss. 14 Bethany Washington 5-9 Sr. F 2.1 1.1 Houma, La. 25 Marneshia Richard* 5-8 Sr. G 9.8 3.0 Lamar, Miss. 33 Mary Kathryn Govero 5-11 Jr. G/F 6.8 3.0 Clinton, Miss. 42 Channa Campbell 6-2 Sr. F/C 1.2 0.4 Lester, Ala. n EWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................2 Fanning Lamanu rack 21 Ashlie Billingslea 5-6 Jr. G Stone Moutain, Ga. Location .......................................................................................................Starkville, Miss. 24 Ashley Jones 5-11 Fr. G Winter Park, Fla. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................18,601 * Missed 2008-09 season, stats from 2007-08 nicknamE ........................................................................................................Lady Bulldogs coLors .................................................................................................... Maroon and White confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern 2009-10 SChEduLE 2008-09 rESuLTS PrEsidEnt ..................................................................................................Dr. Mark Keenum 11/13 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W Arkansas Pine Bluff 94-52 athLEtic dirEctor .............................................................................................. Greg Byrne 11/15 East Tennesse State W Northwestern State 99-75 arEna (caPacity) ....................................................................Humphrey Coliseum (10,500) 11/18 Utah Valley W Mississippi Valley S. 69-46 WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ............................................................................... Jay Middleton 11/22 Maryland W at Louisiana 71-38 officE PhonE ............................................................................................(662) 325-0972 11/26 vs. Texas W Louisiana Tech 72-42 vs. Rutgers W Nicholls 97-25 officE fax ................................................................................................(662) 325-2563 11/27 vs. Southern Cal W Memphis 81-49 cELL PhonE ...............................................................................................(662) 418-9139 11/28 Southern Miss W at Southern Miss 72-61 EmaiL addrEss ................................................................................. jgm71@msstate.edu 12/2 at Louisiana Tech W at Utah Valley 71-63 PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(662) 325-3776 12/12 12/14 Samford W at Utah 63-51 WEB sitE .................................................................................... www.msstateathletics.com 12/16 Mississippi Valley State W vs. Marshall 73-65 hEad coach.................................................................. Sharon Fanning (Chattanooga, ‘75) 12/20 at Xavier L at Maryland 73-80 ovEraLL rEcord ............................................................................ 556-412 (33 seasons) 12/30 Alcorn State W UAB 87-46 rEcord at mississiPPi st. .............................................................. 233-186 (14 seasons) 1/3 at Auburn L Xavier 42-51 Vanderbilt L at Florida 66-80 assistant coachEs .................................Greg Franklin, Sharrona Reaves, Granqua Bedell 1/7 Tennessee W Ole Miss 69-64 sEriEs rEcord .....................................................................................Georgia leads, 23-10 1/10 at Arkansas L Tennessee 56-63 Last mEEting ...................UGA 69-57, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 69.2 1/14 Florida at Kentucky 52-45 W 2008-09 ovEraLL ................................ 23-10 Pct. assists Back................................. 88.8 1/17 1/21 at Ole Miss W at LSU 38-36 2008-09 confErEncE ............................... 8-6 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 77.3 1/24 at Vanderbilt L Arkansas 62-65 Pct. Points Back....................................81.7 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 81.4 1/28 Georgia W Savannah State 97-33 No. 1 11 21 15 33 * 94

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS miSSiSSiPPi STaTE

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 3-3 9-2 .409 1-11 .091 Meredith Mitchell 1-0 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 Porsha Phillips 2-1 10-22 .455 1-2 .500 Jaleesa Rhoden 0-0 Angel Robinson 3-2 9-15 .600 0-0 .000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA 3-7 0-0 7-8

Pct. PPG .429 7.7 .000 4.0 .875 14.0

9-9 1.000

9.0

RPG A B S 2.0 15 1 3 1.0 0 0 1 8.0 1 3 3 5.7

1

1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/21 2/25 2/28

Kentucky Alabama at Florida at South Carolina Ole Miss Auburn at Alabama at LSU

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at Georgia Vanderbilt LSU at Ole Miss Auburn at Tennessee South Carolina at Alabama vs. South Carolina vs. LSU vs. Texas vs. Ohio State

57-69 66-61 65-55 66-50 58-63 68-82 58-41 67-49 49-39 58-63 71-63 58-64


sun., Jan. 31

Fortner

auburn TiGers

Beard-eaves ColiseuM • auBurn, ala.

Smalley

6:00 pM (eT)

Greenleaf

Location ............................................................................................................Auburn, Ala. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................24,530 nicknamE .....................................................................................................................Tigers coLors ................................................................................... Burnt Orange and Navy Blue confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern PrEsidEnt .......................................................................................................Dr. Jay Gogue athLEtic dirEctor ...............................................................................................Jay Jacobs arEna (caPacity) ............................................... Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum (10,500) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ..................................................................................Matt Crouch officE PhonE ............................................................................................(334) 844-9709 officE fax ................................................................................................(334) 944-9862 cELL PhonE ...............................................................................................(334) 740-4109 EmaiL addrEss ...............................................................................mcrouch@auburn.edu PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(334) 844-1933 WEB sitE .........................................................................................www.AuburnTigers.com hEad coach..................................................................................... Nell Fortner (Texas ‘82) ovEraLL rEcord .................................................................................118-68 (6 seasons) rEcord at auBurn.............................................................................. 101-57 (5 seasons) assistant coachEs ..................................Kerry Cremeans, Mark Simons, Ayesha Whitfield sEriEs rEcord .....................................................................................Georgia leads, 23-14 Last mEEting ..................... AU 65-59, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 37.3 2008-09 ovEraLL .................................. 30-4 Pct. assists Back................................. 29.8 2008-09 confErEncE ............................. 12-2 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 42.9 Pct. Points Back....................................33.7 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 34.0 No. 1 11 21 15 33 *

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS auBurN NamE

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 5-5 12-31 .387 4-16 .250 Meredith Mitchell 1-1 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 Porsha Phillips 3-1 12-20 .600 0-3 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 3-1 3-7 .429 1-2 .500 Angel Robinson 5-4 23-48 .479 1-1 1.00 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA Pct. PPG 15-21 .714 8.6 0-0 .000 0.0 1-1 1.000 8.3 1-2 .500 2.7 3-3 1.000 10.0

RPG A B S 3.8 31 0 10 1.0 0 1 0 4.0 2 3 4 0.7 3 3 1 7.4 6 9 1

SEC Opponents 2008-09 TiGErS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................1/4 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 5 Alli Smalley 5-8 Jr. G 11.1 2.7 Arab, Ala. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .........................................................7/4 2 Morgan Jennings 5-8 So. G 2.4 1.6 Atlanta, Ga. 4 Parrisha Simmons 6-0 So. G 1.0 2.7 Macon, Ga. 21 Jordan Greenleaf 6-1 RS-Jr. F 7.0 5.2 Rex, Ga. 22 Reneisha Hobbs 5-10 Jr. G 2.7 1.7 Huntsville, Ala. 23 Chantel Hilliard 6-2 So. F/C 4.0 2.8 Biloxi, Miss. 33 KeKe Carrier 6-7 Sr. C 4.7 3.1 Lake Charles, La. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................4 1 Morgan Toles 5-9 Fr. G Fayetteville, Ga. 12 Nicolle Thomas 5-10 Fr. G Moultrie, Ga. 14 Blanche Alverson 6-3 Fr. F/G Buford, Ga. 20 Pascale “P.J.” West 6-8 Fr. C LaGrange, Ga.

2009-10 SChEduLE 11/13 11/17 11/19 11/22 11/24 11/27 11/28 12/1 12/5 12/15 12/20 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/21 2/25 2/28

Troy at Temple Alabama A&M Texas A&M Ga. Southern at Florida State vs. Florida A&M at North Carolina A&T George Washington Liberty at South Alabama vs. Valparaiso vs. Wake Forest or San Diego State Miss. St. at Florida at LSU Alabama at South Carolina Vanderbilt at Kentucky Tennessee Georgia South Carolina at Alabama Arkansas LSU at Miss. St. at Ole Miss Kentucky

2008-09 rESuLTS W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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L L

at Alabama Temple at Ga. Southern Ohio State at UAB vs. N.C. State at FIU North Carolina A&T Sam Houston State at Liberty at George Washington at Coppin State vs. Duquesne at Miami Stephen F. Austin at South Carolina Florida at Arkansas Alabama Tennessee at Georgia at LSU at Ole Miss at Alabama Kentucky at Miss. St. at Vanderbilt Georgia Arkansas vs. Ole Miss vs. Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt vs. Lehigh at Rutgers

91-53 95-76 71-45 (ot) 87-80 91-62 66-51 63-52 95-74 119-54 64-53 65-51 74-46 87-67 68-53 79-56 80-76 81-65 70-61 84-66 82-68 58-67 66-55 72-65 81-54 81-69 63-58 70-73 65-59 94-57 71-65 78-58 54-61 85-49 52-80 95

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SEC Opponents Thur., FeB. 4

O P P O N E N T S

Louisiana State Lady TiGers

sTegeMan ColiseuM • aThens, ga.

7:00 pM (eT)

2008-09 Lady TiGErS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................4/1 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 1 Katerine Graham 5-11 Jr. G 5.5 5.0 Birmingham, Ala. 3 Latear Eason 5-8 Jr. G 3.4 2.1 Chicago, Ill. 23 Allison Hightower 5-10 Sr. G 14.9 4.3 Arlington, Texas 55 LaSondra Barrett 6-2 So. F 11.4 5.7 Jackson, Miss. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .........................................................9/2 11 Andrea Kelly 5-9 Sr. G 14.8 1.3 Shalimar, Fla. 20 Destini Hughes 5-10 So. G 2.3 1.7 Forth Worth, Texas 22 Courtney Jones 6-2 So. F 5.3 3.3 Midfield, Ala. 25 Swayze Black 6-3 So. F 1.6 1.2 Brookhaven, Miss. 35 Taylor Turnbow 6-2 So. F 2.8 2.6 Stone Mountain, Ga. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................5 2 Jasmine Nelson 6-2 Jr. F New Orleans, La. 10 Adrienne Webb 5-9 Fr. G Madison, Ala. Chancellor Barrett hightower 15 Bianca Lutley 5-11 Fr. G Plantation, Fla. Location ................................................................................................... Baton Rouge, La. 24 Taylor Booze 5-5 Jr. G Carollton, Texas EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................29,317 32 Erica Williams 5-8 Jr. G Gonzales, La. nicknamE ............................................................................................................Lady Tigers coLors ....................................................................................................... Purple and Gold confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern 2009-10 SChEduLE 2008-09 rESuLTS PrEsidEnt ........................................................................................... Dr. John V. Lombardi 11/15 Centenary L Notre Dame 53-62 athLEtic dirEctor ................................................................................................ Joe Alleva 11/18 Middle Tennessee W Tulane 63-47 arEna (caPacity) .................................................Pete Maravich Assembly Center (13,468) 11/21 Houston L Xavier 48-57 WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid ......................................................................................Bill Martin 11/22 Nicholls St. L Middle Tennessee 75-79 officE PhonE ...........................................................................................(225)- 578-8226 11/25 at Tulane W Texas Southern 61-30 at Louisiana Tech W Louisiana Tech 51-41 officE fax ................................................................................................(225) 578-1861 12/1 New Orleans W Southeastern Louisiana 65-40 cELL PhonE ...............................................................................................(225) 270-1665 12/13 at Nebraska W at Centenary 74-31 EmaiL addrEss .......................................................................................wmarti4@lsu.edu 12/20 Southeastern Louisiana L Florida State 57-61 PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(225) 578-8226 12/22 12/30 at Xavier (Ohio) W Nebraska 64-50 WEB sitE ..................................................................................................www.lsusports.net 1/03 at South Carolina L at Connecticut 63-76 hEad coach.................................................................. Van Chancellor (Mississippi St. ‘65) 1/07 at Arkansas W at Arkansas 62-42 ovEraLL rEcord ............................................................................ 489-171 (21 seasons) 1/10 Auburn W Alabama 55-34 rEcord at Lsu .....................................................................................50-17 (2 seasons) 1/17 at Ole Miss W at New Orleans 67-48 South Carolina L at Vanderbilt 67-75 assistant coachEs ..................................Bob Starkey, Travis Mays, Kenya Larkin-Landers 1/21 Tennessee L Miss.St. 36-38 sEriEs rEcord .....................................................................................Georgia leads, 19-16 1/24 Kentucky W at Kentucky 59-56 Last mEEting ................... LSU 57-46, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 65.1 1/28 at Alabama W at South Carolina 63-56 2008-09 ovEraLL .................................19-11 Pct. assists Back................................. 90.9 1/31 2/4 at Georgia 55-66 L Auburn 2008-09 confErEncE ............................. 10-4 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 80.8 2/7 Ole Miss W Arkansas 68-53 Pct. Points Back....................................83.9 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 87.6 2/11 at Florida L at Mississippi State 55-65 No. 1 11 21 15 33

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Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 4-4 10-27 .370 3-8 .375 Meredith Mitchell 1-1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Porsha Phillips 1-1 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Angel Robinson 4-2 17-32 .531 2-5 .400

FT-FTA 11-13 0-0 0-0 0-2 10-13

Pct. PPG .846 8.5 .000 0.0 .000 2.0 .000 0.0 .769 11.5

RPG A B S 3.5 12 0 5 0.0 0 0 0 6.0 0 1 0 0.0 1 0 0 10.0 4 7 1

2/14 2/18 2/25 2/28

at Auburn Vanderbilt Arkansas Miss. St.

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Florida at Georgia Kentucky Tennessee at Ole Miss Miss. St. Vanderbilt Wis-Green Bay Louisville

66-47 57-66 57-56 63-61 59-48 63-58 47-61 69-59 52-62


SEC Opponents

FEB. 7 iN aThENS aT 2:00 Pm (ET)

Staley

South Carolina Gamecocks FEB. 25 iN COLumBia aT 7:00 Pm (ET)

may

Suttton

Location ....................................................................................................... Columbia, S.C. EnroLLmEnt ................................................................................................................25,077 nicknamE ............................................................................................................Gamecocks coLors ....................................................................................................Garnnet and Black confErEncE ..................................................................................................... Southeastern PrEsidEnt ................................................................................................Dr. Harris Pastides athLEtic dirEctor ..............................................................................................Eric Hyman arEna (caPacity) ......................................................................Colonial Life Arena (18,000) WomEn’s BaskEtBaLL sid .................................................................................. Diana Koval officE PhonE ............................................................................................(803) 777-7977 officE fax ................................................................................................(803) 777-2967 cELL PhonE ...............................................................................................(314) 369-6050 EmaiL addrEss ............................................................................ dkoval@mailbox.sc.edu PrEss roW PhonE .........................................................................................(830) 777-6182 WEB sitE .................................................................................www.GamecocksOnline.com hEad coach................................................................................ Dawn Staley (Virginia, ‘92) ovEraLL rEcord ................................................................................ 182-98 (9 seasons) rEcord at south caroLina .................................................................... 10-18 (1 season) assistant coachEs ............................................. Lisa Boyer, Carka McGhee, Nikki McCray sEriEs rEcord .......................................................................................Georgia leads, 28-4 Last mEEting ...................UGA 69-63, ‘08-09 Pct. rEBounds Back ............................. 49.5 2008-09 ovEraLL ................................ 10-18 Pct. assists Back................................. 71.5 2008-09 confErEncE ............................. 2-12 Pct. BLocks Back................................. 41.6 Pct. Points Back....................................51.1 Pct. stEaLs Back ................................. 67.8 No. 1 11 21 15 33 *

Lady BuLLdOG CarEEr STaTiSTiCS vErSuS SOuTh CarOLiNa

Player G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3-3FGA Pct. Ashley Houts 3-3 9-27 .333 1-9 .111 Meredith Mitchell 1-0 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 Porsha Phillips 2-0 7-14 .500 0-1 .000 Jaleesa Rhoden 2-1 2-8 .250 1-3 .33 Angel Robinson 3-2 11-21 .524 0-1 .000 Phillips’ stats include totals from LSU in 2006-07

FT-FTA 11-12 1-2 2-3 0-0 10-13

Pct. PPG .917 10.0 .500 3.0 .667 8.0 .000 2.5 .769 10.7

RPG A B S 1.0 17 0 11 1.0 0 1 1 1.0 2 3 2 2.0 3 0 0 5.7 0 5 5

2008-09 GamECOCKS rOSTEr

startErs rEturning (information BELoW) / Lost ...............................................................................4/1 no. namE ht. cL. Pos. PPg rPg homEtoWn 4 Samone Kennedy 5-4 Jr. G 5.2 1.6 Birmingham, Ala. 11 Lakeisha Sutton 5-9 So. G 11.0 2.0 Trenton, N.J. 22 Courtney Newton 5-10 So. F/G 2.9 2.7 Flowery Branch, Ga. 52 Jewl May 6-1 Jr. F 4.7 5.1 Conyers, Ga. LEttErWinnErs rEturning (othErs’ information BELoW) / Lost .........................................................6/6 3 Lauren Falohun 5-9 Jr. G 3.6 1.6 Atlanta, Ga. 12 Charenne Stephens 6-1 So. F 4.8 5.3 Decatur, Ga. nEWcomErs (information BELoW) .........................................................................................................6 1 Ebony Wilson 5-8 So. G Newark, N.J. 5 Kelsey Bone 6-5 Fr. C Sugar Land, Texas 14 Leasia Walker 5-8 Fr. G Copiague, N.Y 21 Ashley Bruner 6-0 Fr. F Norman, Okla. 24 Marah Strickland 6-0 Jr. G Mt. Airy, Md. 31 Valerie Nainima 5-5 Jr. G Suva, Figi

2009-10 SChEduLE 11/16 11/19 11/22 11/26 11/27 11/28 12/02 12/13 12/17 12/20 12/28 12/29 1/03 1/07 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/21 2/25 2/28

at Charlotte at Clemson Penn State Oklahoma Notre Dame San Diego State High Point North Carolina State Wake Forest North Carolina vs. Boston Univ vs. Brown/Saint Joseph’s LSU at Tennessee at Alabama Kentucky Auburn at LSU at Florida Ole Miss. Tennessee at Auburn at Georgia Mississippi State Arkansas at Kentucky Georgia at Vanderbilt

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at Penn State Clemson Davidson Ohio University UNC-Wilmington at Wake Forest High Point USC Upstate Stanford Charlotte Connecticut Jacksonville at NC State Auburn at Georgia Florida at Tennessee at Ole Miss Vanderbilt LSU at Kentucky Ole Miss at Arkansas Alabama at Florida at Miss. St. Kentucky Miss. St.

42-56 45-52 68-47 43-34 57-54 57-74 73-52 71-57 47-78 78-76 48-77 58-50 56-55 76-80 63-69 63-77 56-68 76-67 56-66 56-63 47-61 65-66 54-58 68-57 66-82 41-58 53-70 39-49

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Post-Season Tournaments

SEc Tournament

March 4-7

arENa aT GwiNNETT cENTEr

March 4

March 5 No. 1 Seed

No. 8 Seed

3/20 or 3/21

March 7

No. 12 Seed

Game 3 6:30

No. 4 Seed

No. 6 Seed No. 11 Seed

Game 11 6:30

Game 4 9:00

4/4

4/6

4/4

3/29 or 3/30

3/27 or 3/28

3/22 or 3/23

3/20 or 3/21

NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifier

Game 10 6:00 Game 2 2:30

No. 2 Seed

Game 6 2:30

Lady BuLLdOG SEc TOurNEy hiSTOry

◊ Georgia has won the SEC Tournament four times, in 1983, 1984, 1986 and 2001. ◊ Georgia has compiled a 41-26 (.612) record in SEC Tournament play. FYI, the SEC lists UGA as 39-26. UGA claims consolation round wins in 1981 and 1982 missing from league totals.

rEcOrd By SEEd

Seed Times Last rec. Best Finish

98

3/29 or 3/30

SaN aNTONiO, TExaS

Game 8 9:00

No. 10 Seed

No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 Un.

3/27 or 3/28

FiNaL FOur aT aLaMOdOME

Game 7 6:30

No. 3 Seed

No. 7 Seed

3/22 or 3/23

Ncaa Tournament

Game 9 3:30

No. 5 Seed

O P P O N E N T S

March 20-aPriL 7

Game 5 12:00

Game 1 12:00

No. 9 Seed

March 6

duLuTh, Ga.

*7 9-5 2000 Champs (’84, ’86) 2 3-2 2007 Runner-up (’87) **6 10-5 2006 Champs (’83, ’01) 3 4-3 2005 Runner-up (’92) 3 4-3 2008 Runner-up (’04) 1 1-1 1988 Semis (’88) 1 1-1 2009 Quarters (‘09) 2 4-2 1994 Runner-up (’93) 1 1-1 2002 Quarters (’02) 3 4-3 1982 Third (’81, ’82) * No. 1 in SEC East (1884, ’85) ** No. 3 in SEC East (1983)

rEcOrd By OPPONENT

School

Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Kentucky LSU Ole Miss Mississippi State South Carolina Tennessee Vanderbilt

rec. Last 6-1 3-0 2-3 2-0 6-1 5-3 6-3 1-1 1-0 3-8 6-6

W, 71-62 in 2008 1st W, 63-44 in 2001 SF L, 47-75 in 1997 QF W, 76-72 in 2004 QF W, 82-64 in 2009 1st L, 65-79 in 2005 SF W, 87-65 in 2005 QF L, 61-62 in 2000 SF W, 73-42 in 2004 1st L, 79-89 in 2006 SF L, 61-69 in 2009 QF

1st/2nd Round Sites: Stanford, Calif.; Berkeley, Calif; Durham, N.C.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Louisville, Ky.; Seattle, Wash.; Tallahassee, Fla.; Tempe, Ariz.; Ames, Iowa; Austin, Texas; Cincinnati, Ohio; Minneapolis, Minn.; Norfolk, Va.; Norman, Okla.; Notre Dame, Ind.; Pittsburgh, Pa. Regionals: Memphis, Tenn.; Sacramento, Calif.; Dayton, Ohio; Kansas City, Mo.

Lady BuLLdOG Ncaa TOurNEy hiSTOry

◊ Georgia is one of only six schools to advance to five Final Fours, doing so in 1983, 1985, 1995, 1996 and 1999. ◊ Georgia has earned bids to 26 of 28 NCAA Tournaments – second-best nationally. ◊ Georgia’s totals of all-time NCAA Tournament games played (74) and games won (48) both rank fifth among all schools.

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Seed Times Last rec. Best Finish No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 10 No. 11 Un.

4 7 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

2000 8-4 Elite 8 (3 times) 2001 17-7 Runner-up (’85, ’96) 2007 15-5 Final Four (’95, ’99) 1988 1-2 Sweet 16 (1988) 2003 3-2 Sweet 16 (2003) 2005 2-1 Sweet 16 (2005) 1998 0-1 Rd. of 64 (1998) 2008 0-1 Rd. of 32 (2008) 2002 0-1 Rd. of 64 (2002) 2009 0-1 Rd. of 64 (2009) 1993 1-1 Rd. of 32 (1993)

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rd.

Times rec. Last-result

64 32 Sweet 16 Elite Eight Semis Final

17 15-3 ’09-L, 47-58 vs. Arizona St. 23 17-6 ’08-L, 66-80 vs. N. Carolina 17 10-7 ’07-L, 65-78 vs. Purdue 10 5-5 ’04-L, 60-62 vs. LSU 5 2-3 ’99-L, 69-81 vs. Duke 2 0-2 ’96-L, 65-83 vs. Tennessee


In this section...

2008-09 Season Notebook ............................... 100-101 Lady Bulldogs add to long list of achievements Lady Bulldogs secure win No. 750 Georgia continues winning record streak Landers notches 800th career win WE R N ; ) ! ! Robinson leads SEC rebounders The Energizer Lady Bulldog First time family viewings Viva Houts Vegas! Overall/SEC Individual Stats & Double Digits...........102 Home, Road & Neutral Individual Stats ....................103 Game-by-Game Results ...........................................104 Single Game Superlatives ........................................105 Game-by-Game Team Stats ............................. 106-107 SEC Standings & SEC Team Stats ..........................108 SEC Tournament & SEC Individual Stats .................109 Box Scores ........................................................110-114

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Season Notebook Lady Bulldogs add to long list of program’s achievements

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Georgia was 22nd to 500 wins on Dec. 1, 1998; 17th The 2008-09 campaign may have fallen a couple to 600 victories on Feb. 21, 2002; the 15th to 700 “Ws” notches shy of the traditional performance of Lady Bulldog Basketball; however, the achievements during the on Nov. 29, 2006. winter months were numerous and worthy indeed. When the dust settled following the season, the Georgia continues winning record streak The Lady Bulldogs guaranteed their 30th consecutive University of Georgia and head coach Andy Landers had certainly helped further cement their status among winning record with a victory at Kentucky on Feb. 26. Georgia is one of only four Division I women’s national leaders. basketball programs to finish better than .500 during each of the 28 seasons since women’s basketball first They can’t dance without UGA Georgia earned a spot in the bracket of the NCAA came under NCAA guidance with the 1981-82 season. Tournament for the 26th time in 28 editions of “March Louisiana Tech, Tennessee and Wisconsin-Green Bay Madness” since the NCAA took over staging of the are the other three. Andy Landers has coached the Lady Bulldogs to all intercollegiate event in 1982. In the process, UGA moved into sole possession of 30 winning seasons, the second-longest streak among the No. 2 position on the NCAA Tournament’s leaders’ Division I mentors. ledger for all-time bids. Traditional national powers Louisiana Tech and Old Dominion both missed the Landers notches 800th career victory Andy Landers became the fifth Division I women’s 2009 tournament and remained stuck on 25 invites. All told, the Lady Bulldogs – all under Andy Land- hoops coach to record 800 career wins with a Jan. 15 ers – have now reached 26 of 28 NCAA Tournaments victory over Savannah State. Pat Summitt was the first coach to achieve the (92.9 percent). Georgia has advanced to 17 of 27 “Sweet 16s” (63.0 percent), 10 of 27 “Elite Eights” (37.0 milestone and was then successively joined by Jody Conradt, C. Vivian Stringer and Sylvia Hatchell, who percent) and five of 27 Final Fours (18.5 percent). notched her 800th “W” just five days before Landers. Landers reached the exclusive “800 Club” in 1052 Lady Bulldogs secure win No. 750 A 77-57 win over East Tennessee State on Dec. 1 games, the second-fastest progression to that amazing made Georgia just the 10th NCAA Division I women’s plateau. Summitt did so in 961 contests, with Conradt taking 1,062 games, Stringer using 1,064 contests and basketball program to secure 750 all-time victories. The Lady Bulldogs have been rapidly climbing rank- Hatchell utilizing 1,074 dates to achieve their 800th victories at the collegiate level. ings of the nation’s winningest programs.

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While the Lady Bulldogs erupted after seeing Georgia listed on the NCAA Tournament bracket, senior co-captain Danielle Taylor was informed in what we’d like to think is an unconventional way...although it may be the most conventional form of communicating on college campuses nationwide. Taylor had just left a class that was supposed to end at 7:45 when her phone “lit up” with text messages. “It was 7:43 and I had just walked out of class,” Taylor said. “I got three messages all at once – from Christy (Marshall), Meredith (Mitchell) and my god father letting me know that we were in.

Robinson leads SEC rebounders

A late-season surge made Angel Robinson the first Lady Bulldog to lead the SEC in rebounding in more than two decades. Robinson dueled with Kentucky’s Victoria Dunlap for top honors down the stretch. Entering an SEC Tournament quarterfinal matchup with the Wildcats, both Dunlap and Robinson were averaging 9.1 rebounds; however, Dunlap had snared a single board more over 29 regular-season games. In North Little Rock, Robinson hauled in 10 boards to Dunlap’s five to inch ahead in the conference stats. Robinson then furthered that lead with 16 boards against Vanderbilt in the SEC semis. Robinson became the fourth Georgia player to lead the SEC in rebounding, following Janet Harris (10.3 rpg in 1984-85), Katrina McClain (12.2 rpg in 1986-87) and Tammye Jenkins (8.6 rpg in 1986-87).


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The Energizer Lady Bulldog...she keeps going

Mitchell joins freshman starter sorority

Meredith Mitchell notched her first career start against The picture in the center of the page above was usually photographers’ last chance to get a picture of Savannah State, becoming the 62nd freshman to start Ashley Houts on the Lady Bulldogs’ bench during the for Andy Landers at Georgia. 2008-09 campaign. First time family viewings Houts played all 40 minutes in 21 UGA Season MPG A pair of paternal grandmothers of 32 games played – not to mention Player SeaSon avg. saw their granddaughters play in a pair of “40-” games vs. Vanderbilt in 1. Ashley Houts 2008-09 37.7 person for the first time ever when Athens and against Kentucky in the 2. Ashley Houts 2007-08 36.8 the Lady Bulldog took on Rutgers SEC Tournament when she played 2. Sherill Baker 2005-06 36.7 in Piscataway, N.J., on Dec. 8. all but six seconds of each. 3. Janet Harris 1988-83 36.1 Much of the family of Jaleesa For the second consecutive year, 4. Kelly Miller 1997-98 35.7 Rhoden’s father, Tony, lives in Houts both led the SEC in minutes and 5. Janet Harris 1984-85 35.1 Brooklyn. Included in that group broke the Georgia season record for 6. Katrina McClain 1986-87 34.6 is Olive Campbell, Tony’s mother, average MP as outlined to the right. 7. Ashley Houts 2006-07 33.7 who had never seen Jaleesa play Houts MPG averaged for the sea8. Mary Beth Lycett 2002-03 33.5 live before. son, a mark that jumped to an almost Lady Hardmon 1991-92 33.5 Angela Puleo’s father, former unfathomable 39.9 in SEC play. She Major League pitcher Charlie logged PT for all at but 67.6 seconds Puleo, is a native Bloomfield, N.J., and his mother, in 14 regular-season games. Perhaps more impressive than any of the aforemen- Angelina Puleo, and a whole slew of Puleos attended tioned numbers – and best displaying her value to the the Rutgers game. Lady Bulldogs – is what Houts did in outings at Florida and versus Vanderbilt in Athens. In Gainesville, she Viva Houts Vegas! Ashley Houts was named SEC Player of the Week picked up her fourth foul with 16:02 left in the game and remained in the contest until purposely fouling out on Dec. 1 after posting three successive season-high with 24.9 seconds remaining. Against the Commodores, scoring outputs in a span of four days. Houts was Houts was whistled for the fourth time with 16:06 left named SEC Freshman of the Week four times but that was her first Player of the Week honor. on the clock but never left the floor. For the week, the junior from Trenton, Ga., averaged During her three seasons in Athens, Houts has now played 1638 of a possible 1685 minutes in 42 SEC 19.7 points by connecting on 57.9 percent of her field regular-season games...all but 47 MP or 97.2 percent goals and 90.0 percent of her free throws. She also was named MVP of UNLV’s Lady Rebel Round-up. of the time. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

A lot has changed

By The Numbers The last time Georgia was not ranked in the AP UGA’s record... Overall:.............................18-14 pre-season women’s bas- SEC Games: ............... 7-7 (7th) ketball poll Jimmy Carter Home Overall (SEC): .11-3 (5-2) Road Overall (SEC): ... 4-9 (2-5) was in the White House. Games: ....................3-2 The initial 1980-81 edi- Neutral Day Games: .........................8-7 tion of the poll was released Night Games: .....................10-7 on Nov. 25, 1980...months November Games: ...............5-1 Games: ...............4-3 before Ronald Reagan December January Games:...................5-3 would take up residence February Games: .................2-5 on Pennsylvania Avenue. March Games: .....................2-2 Games:...................2-1 The following fall, Geor- Monday Tuesday Games: ..................0-1 gia was No. 12 at the open- Wednesday Games:.............2-0 ing the 1981-82 season, Thursday Games: ................6-3 Games: .....................1-3 which also represented Friday Saturday Games: .................3-2 UGA’s first-ever AP rank- Sunday Games: ...................4-4 Television Games:................5-9 ing of any kind. Since then, Georgia has vs. Ranked Opponents: .......3-6 been a mainstay in the UGA’s record when UGA... at Halftime: ..............15-3 polls. The Lady Bulldogs Leads Trails at Halftime: ............... 3-11 had been ranked in 27 Tied at Halftime: ...................0-0 straight pre-season polls, Shoots 50 pct. or better:.......9-0 40-49 pct.: ................8-6 including 21 times in the Shoots Shoots 39 pct. or less: .........1-8 top 10. Has Fewer (or equal) TOs: ...14-3 That changed when the Outrebounds (or ties) Opp.:..14-6 80-89 points: ............5-0 2008-09 pre-season poll Scores Scores 70-79 points: ............5-0 was announced on Nov. Scores 60-69 points: ............8-5 1 and the Lady Bulldogs Scores 59 points or less:......0-9 were not ranked. FYI, UGA UGA’s record when Opponent... was in the No. 32 position Shoots 40-49 pct.: ................2-8 30-39 pct.: ..............12-6 among the teams receiv- Shoots Shoots 29 pct. or less: .........4-0 ing votes in the balloting. 101

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Individual Statistics All Games: 18-14 (Home: 10-3; Away: 4-9; Neutral: 4-2) No. 01 33 21 22 20 04 15 03 11 02 25 42

Player Ashley Houts Angel Robinson Porsha Phillips Christy Marshall Angela Puleo Danielle Taylor Jaleesa Rhoden Jasmine Lee Meredith Mitchell Destinie Smith Sarah Stoddard Ali Watt TEAM Total Opponents BY PERIOD 1st Georgia 1050 Opponents 851

g-gS 32-32 32-20 32-23 31-21 31-28 32-9 31-8 17-12 22-7 4-0 9-0 9-0

MP-avg. 1207-37.7 943-29.5 759-23.7 804-25.9 926-29.9 603-18.8 615-19.8 248-14.6 222-10.1 10-2.5 29-3.2 34-3.8

32 32 2nd OT 997 1003 -

6400 6400 Total 2047 1854

Fg-Fga 129-315 147-265 134-297 120-294 77-200 102-235 41-125 26-56 16-44 2-3 2-6 1-7

Pct. 3Fg-Fga Pct. .410 39-125 .312 .555 4-7 .571 .451 1-4 .250 .408 7-35 .200 .385 49-138 .355 .434 2-10 .200 .328 17-58 .293 .464 0-0 .000 .364 2-9 .222 .667 0-0 .000 .333 1-3 .333 .143 0-6 .000

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Player Porsha Phillips Angel Robinson Ashley Houts Christy Marshall Danielle Taylor Angela Puleo Jaleesa Rhoden Meredith Mitchell Jasmine Lee Ali Watt Sarah Stoddard TEAM Total Opponents BY PERIOD 1st Georgia 441 Opponents 400

g-gS 14-9 14-14 14-14 13-6 14-5 14-11 13-5 11-6 3-0 2-0 2-0

MP-avg. 364-26.0 460-32.9 559-39.9 310-23.8 271-19.4 413-29.5 288-22.2 105-9.5 29-9.7 1-0.5 0-0.0

14 14 2nd OT 413 501 -

2800 2800 Total 854 901

Double-Digit Lady Bulldogs

Christy Marshall 102

Points Porsha Phillips Ashley Houts Angel Robinson Christy Marshall Angela Puleo Danielle Taylor Jaleesa Rhoden Jasmine Lee

Season 20 18 17 13 8 8 2 1

Rebounds Angel Robinson Porsha Phillips Jasmine Lee

Season 14 4 1

Career 25* 52 47 34 16 10 3 2

Pct. .779 .717 .750 .641 .788 .559 .341 .450 .565 .000 .000 .000

797-1847 .432 122-395 .309 331-491 .674 680-1864 .365 151-518 .292 343-485 .707 DEADBALL REBOUNDS TOTAL Georgia 77 Opponents 73

SEC Regular Season Games: 7-7 (Home: 5-2; Away: 2-5) No. 21 33 01 22 04 20 15 11 03 42 25

Ft-Fta 88-11 71-99 66-88 25-39 26-33 19-34 14-41 9-20 13-23 0-1 0-0 0-0

Fg-Fga 69-145 61-117 51-134 48-110 46-113 31-79 15-48 4-18 1-4 0-0 0-0

Pct. 3Fg-Fga Pct. .476 1-4 .250 .521 3-4 .750 .381 17-55 .309 .436 3-16 .188 .407 2-6 .333 .392 17-55 .309 .313 6-20 .300 .222 0-4 .000 .250 0-0 .000 .000 0-0 .000 .000 0-0 .000

Ft-Fta 39-50 35-49 38-48 15-21 6-16 11-13 6-20 3-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. .780 .714 .792 .714 .375 .846 .300 .429 .000 .000 .000

326-768 .424 49-164 .299 153-224 .683 332-864 .384 79-261 .303 158-223 .709 DEADBALL REBOUNDS TOTAL Georgia 38 Opponents 34

Assists Ashley Houts

Season 1

Career 2

Steals Ashley Houts

Season 0

Career 1

Double-Doubles Season Career Angel Robinson 9 17 Porsha Phillips 4 4 Ashley Houts 1 3 1 1 Career Jasmine Lee 26 * – Phillips had five double-digit efforts as a 4 freshman at LSU in 2006-07 1

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reb.-avg. 90-2.8 298-9.3 196-6.1 141-4.5 73-2.4 122-3.8 84-2.7 57-3.4 28-1.3 7-1.8 2-0.2 3-0.3 141-4.4 1242-38.8 1144-35.8

reb.-avg. 82-5.9 132-9.4 44-3.1 49-3.8 51-3.6 32-2.3 27-2.1 13-1.2 5-1.7 0-0.0 0-0.0 68-4.9 503-35.9 535-38.2

a to b S 151 111 0 70 25 78 70 26 45 90 38 40 64 70 17 28 71 67 2 40 20 52 9 11 38 23 0 20 5 18 2 9 20 19 8 11 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 3 0 0 13 440 546 146 258 377 537 83 213

a 14 13 75 21 6 23 17 7 2 0 0

to 37 34 51 30 26 31 13 7 1 0 0 5 178 235 174 201

PtS.-avg. 385-12.0 369-11.5 335-10.5 272-8.8 229-7.4 225-7.0 113-3.6 61-3.6 47-2.1 4-1.0 5-0.6 2-0.2 2047-64.0 1854-57.9

b 14 28 0 3 4 1 0 2 0 0 0

S 14 9 26 7 4 12 5 2 0 0 0

PtS.-avg. 178-12.7 160-11.4 157-11.2 114-8.8 100-7.1 90-6.4 42-3.2 11-1.0 2-0.7 0-0.0 0-0.0

52 40

79 95

854-61.0 901-64.4


Individual Statistics Home Games: 11-3 No. 01 33 21 22 20 04 03 15 11 02 25 42

Player Ashley Houts Angel Robinson Porsha Phillips Christy Marshall Angela Puleo Danielle Taylor Jasmine Lee Jaleesa Rhoden Meredith Mitchell Destinie Smith Sarah Stoddard Ali Watt Team Total Opponents BY PERIOD 1st Georgia 513 Opponents 346

g-gS 14-14 14-9 14-11 14-8 13-11 14-3 7-5 13-4 11-5 4-0 6-0 6-0

14 14 2nd OT 456 399 -

Road Games: 4-9 No. 01 33 21 04 20 22 15 03 11 25 42

Player Ashley Houts Angel Robinson Porsha Phillips Danielle Taylor Angela Puleo Christy Marshall Jaleesa Rhoden Jasmine Lee Meredith Mitchell Sarah Stoddard Ali Watt Team Total Opponents BY PERIOD 1st Georgia 387 Opponents 368

g-gS 13-13 13-8 13-10 13-3 13-12 12-10 13-2 8-5 6-2 2-0 2-0

13 13 2nd OT 341 435 -

Neutral Site Games: 3-2 No. 34 33 01 22 21 20 03 04 11 15 25 42

Player Tasha Humphrey Angel Robinson Ashley Houts Christy Marshall Porsha Phillips Angela Puleo Jasmine Lee Danielle Taylor Meredith Mitchell Jaleesa Rhoden Sarah Stoddard Ali Watt TEAM Total Opponents BY PERIOD 1st Georgia 150 Opponents 137

g-gS 7-7 5-3 5-5 5-3 5-2 5-5 2-2 5-3 5-0 5-2 1-0 1-0

5 5 2nd OT 200 169 -

MP-avg. 498-35.6 377-26.9 347-24.8 363-25.9 365-28.1 262-18.7 121-17.3 262-20.2 141-12.8 10-2.5 25-4.2 29-4.8 2800 2800 Total 969 745 MP-avg. 514-39.5 398-30.6 309-23.8 244-18.8 414-31.8 279-23.3 290-22.3 95-11.9 50-8.3 3-1.5 4-2.0 2600 2600 Total 728 803

MP-avg. 223-31.9 168-33.6 195-39.0 162-32.4 103-20.6 147-29.4 32-16.0 97-19.4 31-6.2 63-12.6 1-1.0 1-1.0 1000 1000 Total 350 306

Fg-Fga 57-135 64-109 63-132 57-129 31-72 48-117 15-33 19-59 9-28 2-3 2-6 1-7

Pct. 3Fg-Fga Pct. .422 14-49 .286 .587 3-6 .500 .477 0-1 .000 .442 3-20 .150 .431 20-50 .400 .410 1-2 .500 .455 0-0 .000 .322 6-27 .222 .321 1-5 .200 .667 0-0 .000 .333 1-3 .333 .143 0-6 .000

Ft-Fta 45-61 34-47 34-4 19-30 17-20 9-15 7-13 9-27 10-20 0-1 0-0 0-0

Pct. .738 .723 .773 .633 .850 .600 .538 .333 .500 .000 .000 .000

368-830 .443 49-169 .290 184-278 .662 280-814 .344 57-219 .260 128-190 .674 DEADBALL REBOUNDS TOTAL Georgia 38 Opponents 30 Fg-Fga 47-126 50-102 51-124 44-94 35-98 36-109 18-56 7-17 3-11 0-0 0-0

Pct. 3Fg-Fga Pct. .373 15-52 .288 .490 0-0 .000 .411 1-3 .333 .468 1-7 .143 .357 20-65 .308 .330 2-8 .250 .321 9-26 .346 .412 0-0 .000 .273 0-3 .000 .000 0-0 .000 .000 0-0 .000

Ft-Fta 28-32 28-41 24-33 8-15 4-5 1-2 4-12 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. .875 .683 .727 .533 .800 .500 .333 .333 .000 .000 .000

291-737 .395 48-164 .293 98-143 .685 288-757 .380 58-201 .289 169-227 .744 DEADBALL REBOUNDS TOTAL Georgia 31 Opponents 30

Fg-Fga 38-97 33-54 25-54 27-56 20-41 11-30 4-6 10-24 4-5 4-10 0-0 0-0

Pct. 3Fg-Fga Pct. .392 3-24 .125 .611 1-1 1.000 .463 10-24 .417 .482 2-7 .286 .488 0-0 .000 .367 9-23 .391 .667 0-0 .000 .417 0-1 .000 .800 1-1 1.000 .400 2-5 .400 .000 0-0 .000 .000 0-0 .000

Ft-Fta Pct. 25-37 .676 9-11 .818 15-20 .750 5-7 .714 8-11 .727 5-8 .625 1-4 .250 2-4 .500 3-3 1.000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

138-280 .493 25-62 .403 112-293 .382 36-98 .367 DEADBALL REBOUNDS Georgia Opponents

49-70 .700 46-68 .676 TOTAL 8 13

reb.-avg. 40-2.9 119-8.5 91-6.5 67-4.8 35-2.7 54-3.9 32-4.6 39-3.0 18-1.6 7-1.8 2-0.3 3-0.5 69-4.9 576-41.1 508-36.3

reb.-avg. 38-2.9 121-9.3 82-6.3 44-3.4 29-2.2 48-4.0 36-2.8 16-2.0 7-1.2 0-0.0 0-0.0 58-4.5 479-36.8 478-36.8

reb.-avg. 71-10.1 58-11.6 12-2.4 26-5.2 23-4.6 9-1.8 9-4.5 24-4.8 3-0.6 9-1.8 0-0.0 0-0.0 14-2.8 187-37.4 158-31.6

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a 68 6 18 33 33 11 1 20 15 0 1 0

to 35 24 32 38 22 20 7 8 13 0 1 3 7 206 210 147 257

a 61 13 19 6 25 16 15 2 4 0 0

to 63 42 43 22 33 20 12 7 1 0 0 5 161 248 160 205

a 17 6 22 15 8 13 2 3 1 3 0 0 73 70

to 9 12 13 12 15 12 4 10 5 3 1 0 1 88 75

b 0 28 19 10 0 2 2 0 7 0 0 0

S 30 11 24 14 17 6 7 10 10 0 3 0

PtS.-avg. 173-12.4 165-11.8 160-11.4 136-9.7 99-7.6 106-7.6 37-5.3 53-4.1 29-2.6 4-1.0 5-0.8 2-0.3

68 132 31 87

969-69.2 745-53.2

b 0 28 14 6 1 6 0 0 1 0 0

S 32 7 9 4 14 7 9 1 1 0 0

PtS.-avg. 137-10.5 128-9.8 127-9.8 97-7.5 94-7.2 75-6.3 49-3.8 15-1.9 6-1.0 0-0.0 0-0.0

56 43

84 88

728-56.0 803-61.8

b 13 14 0 1 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

S 11 8 8 7 7 9 1 1 0 1 0 0

PtS.-avg. 104-14.9 76-15.2 75-15.0 61-12.2 48-9.6 36-7.2 9-4.5 22-4.4 12-2.4 11-2.2 0-0.0 0-0.0

22 9

42 38

350-70.0 306-61.2

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Sarah Stoddard 103


Game-by-Game Results Overall Record: 18-14 ◊ SEC Record: 7-7 (7th) ◊ Home: 11-3 ◊ Away: 4-9 ◊ Neutral: 3-2

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Date Opponent (TV) W-L Score UGA Points UGA Rebounds Opp. Points Opp. Rebounds 11/15 Alabama State W 85-35 15-Phillips 8-Phillips 12-Lumpkin 5-Two Players 11/20 at Oakland W 64-61 22-Puleo 8-Phillips 14-Carnago 8-Jeltema 11/22 at Detroit Mercy L 66-70 17-Houts 11-Robinson 20-Davis 11-Allen 11/26 N.C. Central W 85-31 17-Houts 8-Lee 10-Two Players 7-Nwachukcu 11/28 # vs. Cal State Fullerton W 85-64 20-Houts 11-Phillips 19-Thomas 8-Weathersby 11/29 # vs. E. Washington W 75-51 22-Houts 13-Robinson 16-Evans 6-Piper 12/1 East Tennessee State W 77-57 19-Robinson 15-Robinson 15-Thompson 9-Belcher 12/3 Tennessee Tech W 72-46 13-Puleo 9-Marshall, Phillips 9-Bowens 7-Two Players 12/5 at Georgia Tech L 42-57 13-Rhoden 7-Robinson 18-Hemingway 10-Ardossi 12/8 & at Rutgers (ESPN2) L 34-45 9-Houts 4-Robinson 14-Prince 7-McCurdy 12/20 at UAB W 73-49 14-Taylor 12-Robinson 17-Peterson 5-Peterson 12/22 @ vs. Clemson W 67-50 15-Phillips 12-Robinson 20-Hardy 8-Hardy 12/30 Xavier L 44-56 12-Taylor 7-Marshall, Phillips 23-Phillips 16-Phillips 1/2 at Virginia L 60-62 19-Houts 11-Robinson 24-Wright 7-Littles 1/8 * at Ole Miss (CSS) L 54-62 15-Robinson 9-Robinson 19-Wright 9-Byrd 1/11 * South Carolina W 69-63 14-Phillips, Robinson 5-Robinson 19-Dickerson 8-May 1/15 Savannah State W 74-28 18-Robinson 11-Lee 8-Jackson 6-Smith 1/18 * at Florida (FSN) L 45-61 11-Phillips 8-Robinson 20-Dotson 7-Sorensen 1/22 * Vanderbilt (FSN) W 66-55 18-Houts 14-Robinson 14-Tuomi 8-Tuomi 1/25 * at Alabama W 63-61 21-Phillips 12-Robinson 17-Russell 11-Jenkins 1/29 * Auburn (CSS) W 67-58 17-Robinson 6-Houts, Taylor 27-Bonner 9-Bonnr 2/1 * Mississippi State W 69-57 18-Phillips 10-Phillips 18-Rack 8-Lumnu 2/5 * at Tennessee (FSNS) L 43-73 16-Marshall 8-Marshall 20-Johnson 10-Tw Players 7-Phillips 22-Ford 8-Jones 2/8 * Arkansas L 64-77 18-Houts 2/15 * at Vanderbilt (ESPN2) L 64-80 20-Taylor 8-Robinson, Marshall 21-Wirth 7-Risper 2/19 * LSU L 46-57 15-Robinson 15-Robinson 16-Hightower 10-Barrett 2/22 * at Auburn (FSN) L 59-65 17-Robinson 14-Robinson 22-Bonner 9-Bonner 2/26 * at Kentucky (FSSO) W 61-57 26-Houts 11-Phillips, Robinson 16-Dunlap 11-Dunlap 3/1 * Florida (CSS) W 84-75 20-Phillips 9-Robinson 22-Dotson 8-Dotson 3/5 + vs. Kentucky (FSSO) W 82-64 22-Houts 10-Robinson 20-Roddy 9-Franklin 3/6 + vs. Vanderbilt (FSSO) L 61-69 29-Robinson 16-Robinson 23-Wirth 8-Gibbs 3/21 % vs. Arizona State (ESPN2) L 47-58 9-Phillips, Puleo, Robinson 9-Robinson 12-Three Players 11-Murphy #-Lady Rebel Round-up (Las Vegas) • &-Jimmy V Classic (Piscataway, N.J.) • @-“Home” game at Arena at Gwinnett Center (Duluth, Ga.) • *-SEC Games • +-SEC Tournament (N. Little Rock, Ark.) • %-NCAA Tournament (Duluth, Ga.) 104

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Single-Game Superlatives Category

Lady Bulldog Team Highs & Lows

Total Points:

1st Half Points: 2nd Half Points: Rebounds: Field Goals Made: Field Goals Attempted: Field Goal Percentage: 3-Pointers Made: 3-Pointers Attempted: 3-Point Percentage:

High

85 vs. Alabama St., N.C. Central, Cal State Fullerton 49 vs. Alabama St., N.C. Central 53 vs. Kentucky-2 57 vs. Savannah St.

Category Points: Rebounds:

7 vs. N.C. Central, Kentucky-2 21 vs. Detroit .778 vs. Kentucky-2

1 vs. Xavier, Tennessee 6 vs. S. Carolina, Tennessee .100 vs. Xavier

22 26 9 16

vs. Tennessee Tech vs.Rutgers vs. ETSU, Kentucky-2 vs. Alabama St., N.C. Central, Tennessee Tech

2 vs. Georgia Tech 4 vs. Detroit, Georgia Tech .417 vs. Tennessee Tech 6 11 2 1

vs. Vanderbilt-1, Tennessee vs. Arkansas vs. Arkansas, Auburn-2 vs. Vanderbilt-3

Individual Highs & Lows

Georgia

29 by Angel Robinson vs. Vanderbilt-3 16 by Angel Robinson vs. Vanderbilt-3

3-Pointers Made:

3 3 3 10

Assists: Blocked Shots: Steals: Minutes Played:

Field Goals Made: Field Goals Attempted: Field Goal Percentage:

12 vs. Rutgers 35 vs. Rutgers .313 vs. Ole Miss

13 by Angel Robinson vs. Vanderbilt-3 19 by Porsha Phillips vs. Detroit

Free Throws Made: Free Throws Attempted:

Total Points: 1st Half Points: 2nd Half Points: Rebounds:

19 vs. Xavier 12 vs. Rutgers 21 vs. Rutgers

Field Goals Made: Field Goals Attempted:

3-Pointers Attempted:

Category

34 vs. Rutgers

35 vs. Cal State Fullerton 76 vs. Detroit .633 vs. Kentucky-2

Free Throws Made: 24 vs. Alabama St. Free Throws Attempted: 35 vs. Alabama St., Vanderbilt-1 Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 vs. Detroit Assists: Turnovers: Blocked Shots: Steals:

Low

Opponent Team Highs & Lows

3-Pointers Made: 3-Pointers Attempted: 3-Point Percentage:

High

Low

31 by Tennessee 78 by Florida-2 .481 by Xavier

10 by Alabama St., Savannah St. 43 by E. Washington, Rutgers .185 by Alabama St.

80 38 46 45

by Vanderbilt-2 by Florida-2 by Vanderbilt-2 by ETSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee

by Savannah St. by N.C. Central by Alabama St. by N.C. Central

12 by Cal State Fullerton 0 by ETSU 30 by Cal State Fulllerton, Florida-2 3 by N.C. Central .545 by E. Washington .000 by ETSU

Free Throws Made: 20 by Auburn-2 Free Throws Attempted: 27 by Georgia Tech Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 by Rutgers, Alabama Assists: Turnovers: Blocked Shots: Steals:

28 6 12 23

20 29 8 15

by Tennessee by Alabama State by Oakland by Rutgers

1 by Xavier 3 by Xavier .333 by Xavier 5 3 0 2

by Kentucky-1 by Vanderbilt-3 by Arkansas by UAB

R E C A P

Opponent

27 by DeWanna Bonner (Auburn-1) 16 by Ta’Shia Phillips (Xavier)

11 by Ta’Shia Phillips (Xavier) 23 by Monica Wright (Virginia) 23 by Christina Wirth (Vanderbilt-3)

by Angela Puleo seven times, last vs. Vanderbilt-3 by Ashley Houts five times, last vs. Kentucky-2 by Jaleesa Rhoden vs. Virginia by Ashley Houts vs. Detroit

6 by Alexis Rack (Mississippi St.) 15 by Alexis Rack (Mississippi St.

9 by Ashley Houts vs. Alabama St., Kentucky-1 11 by Christy Marshall vs. Florida-2

9 by DeWanna Bonner (Auburn-2) 10 by DeWanna Bonner (Auburn-2)

13 4 4 5

10 6 6 5 5 40

by Ashley Houts vs. Auburn-1 by Angel Robinson vs. Tennessee Tech, UAB by Porsha Phillips vs. Kentucky-2 by Meredith Mitchell vs. Savannah St.

40 by Ashley Houts 21 times, last vs. Arizona St. 40 by Angela Puleo vs. Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt-3 40 by Angel Robinson vs. Arizona St.

by Ciera Ricketts (Arkansas) by Brittany Carnago (Oaklans by Kelley Cain (Tennessee by April Kidd (Oakland) by Epiphanny Prince (Rutgers) by eight players, last by Christina Wirth & Merideth Marsh (Vanderbilt-3)

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Game-by-Game Team Statistics Date

oPPonent

Ft-Fta

Pct.

11/15

NR/No. 25 GeoRGia alabama State

H

29-57 10-54

.509 .185

3-10 5-15

.300 .333

24-35 10-13

.686 .769

44 19 15 34 6 29

7 16 2 4

49-36=85 22-13=35

11/20

NR/No. 23 GeoRGia oaklaNd

a

25-67 22-64

.373 .344

4-10 2-9

.400 .222

10-12 15-17

.833 .882

45 13 17 42 15 15

8 8

6 7

42-22=64 30-31=61

11/22

NR/No. 23 GeoRGia detRoit meRcy

a

28-76 29-61

.368 .475

6-21 4-13

.286 .308

4-4 8-12

1.000 .667

48 20 17 34 19 14

5 1

8 4

32-34=66 35-35=70

11/26

GeoRGia N.c. ceNtRal

H

34-66 13-47

.515 .277

7-14 1-3

.500 .333

10-14 4-9

.714 .444

48 19 15 23 8 26

8 16 2 9

49-36=85 6-25=31

11/28 # GeoRGia cal State FulleRtoN

N

35-66 22-67

.559 .328

5-16 12-30

.313 .400

10-15 8-11

.667 .727

52 17 19 28 11 14

3 2

7 7

42-43=85 25-39=64

11/29 # GeoRGia e. WaSHiNGtoN

N

29-64 19-43

.453 .442

4-14 6-11

.286 .545

13-20 7-18

.650 .389

40 14 17 30 12 23

4 13 2 7

34-41=75 20-31=51

12/1

GeoRGia eaSt teNNeSSee State

H

30-73 20-66

.411 .303

3-15 0-11

.200 .000

14-22 17-23

.636 .739

54 12 16 45 10 19

9 1

9 4

42-35=77 23-34=57

12/3

GeoRGia teNNeSSee tecH

H

32-71 16-60

.451 .267

3-13 4-20

.231 .200

5-12 10-15

.417 .667

50 22 19 42 10 24

7 16 1 3

41-31=72 24-22=46

12/5

GeoRGia GeoRGia tecH

a

18-51 17-45

.353 .378

4-15 4-8

.267 .500

2-4 19-27

.500 .704

33 32

7 23 7 18

4 3

7 7

25-17=42 28-29=57

a

12-35 18-43

.343 .419

2-13 3-10

.154 .300

8-12 6-6

.667 1.000

21 27

7 26 7 25

3 10 1 15

22-12=34 23-22=45

GeoRGia uab

a

31-60 16-51

.517 .314

4-8 3-19

.500 .158

7-12 14-19

.583 .737

42 18 15 27 7 17

5 10 2 2

39-34=73 27-22=49

12/22 @ GeoRGia clemSoN

N

24-59 19-59

.407 .322

4-16 1-13

.250 .077

15-19 11-16

.789 .688

43 14 15 37 13 15

3 10 3 10

28-39=67 32-18=50

12/30

GeoRGia XavieR

H

18-57 26-54

.316 .481

1-10 3-12

.100 .250

7-15 1-3

.467 .333

32 11 14 42 12 19

3 10 2 3

19-25=44 26-30=56

1/2

GeoRGia No. 16/15 viRGiNia

a

23-57 20-56

.404 .357

5-15 4-16

.333 .250

9-14 18-24

.643 .750

35 10 19 38 13 17

5 2

5 7

28-32=60 26-36=62

12/8 12/20

R E C A P

Porsha Phillips

106

Fg-Fga

& GeoRGia No. 15/12 RutGeRS

Pct. 3Fg-3Fga Pct.

reb.

a to bl St

PtS.

1/8

* GeoRGia ole miSS

a

20-64 21-65

.313 .323

6-14 7-25

.429 .280

8-11 13-18

.727 .722

44 16 16 45 9 14

6 6

8 7

28-26=54 30-32=62

1/11

* GeoRGia SoutH caRoliNa

H

26-52 24-53

.500 .453

3-6 4-15

.500 .267

14-18 11-17

.778 .647

30 17 18 29 10 19

4 2

9 5

32-37=69 27-36=63

1/15

GeoRGia SavaNNaH State

H

29-70 10-47

.414 .213

2-9 2-10

.222 .200

14-22 6-10

.636 .600

57 17 12 28 6 23

5 14 6 5

43-31=74 12-16=28

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Game-by-Game Team Statistics Date

oPPonent

Fg-Fga

Pct. 3Fg-3Fga Pct.

Ft-Fta

Pct.

reb.

a to bl St

PtS.

1/18

* GeoRGia No. 19 FloRida

a

16-50 24-60

.320 .400

4-15 7-19

.267 .368

9-14 6-13

.643 .462

39 10 23 39 13 15

3 5 4 11

25-20=45 27-34=61

1/22

* GeoRGia No. 17/18 vaNdeRbilt

H

22-51 23-59

.431 .390

3-11 5-17

.273 .294

19-35 4-10

.543 .400

43 6 15 33 10 16

3 1

5 9

40-26=66 23-32=55

1/25

* GeoRGia alabama

a

28-55 23-67

.509 .343

3-11 5-21

.273 .238

4-6 10-10

.667 1.000

39 13 25 32 15 18

5 3

3 7

34-29=63 29-32=61

1/29

* GeoRGia No. 5/4 aubuRN

H

28-54 21-63

.519 .333

5-12 2-15

.417 .133

6-8 14-21

.750 .667

32 21 17 41 10 14

4 5

4 6

28-39=67 29-29=58

2/1

* GeoRGia miSSiSSippi State

H

23-52 20-59

.442 .339

2-12 9-27

.167 .333

21-22 8-9

.955 .889

35 11 14 33 9 16

6 2

7 7

37-32=69 20-37=57

2/5

* GeoRGia No. 12/17 teNNeSSee

a

17-48 31-68

.354 .456

1-6 5-16

.167 .313

8-9 6-11

.889 .545

27 6 18 45 20 11

3 7

4 3

24-19=43 32-41=73

2/8

* GeoRGia aRkaNSaS

H

23-56 25-57

.411 .439

5-17 10-24

.294 .417

13-22 17-25

.591 .680

33 13 11 41 15 11

2 0

4 6

35-29=64 32-45=77

2/15

* GeoRGia No. 24/24 vaNdeRbilt

a

26-59 28-58

.441 .448

2-13 9-20

.154 .450

10-15 19-22

.667 .864

33 13 19 36 16 15

3 6 2 11

29-35=64 34-46=80

2/19

* GeoRGia lSu

H

17-49 23-58

.347 .397

3-9 1-7

.333 .143

9-15 10-12

.600 .833

36 10 15 36 13 10

4 2

5 8

25-21=46 32-25=57

2/22

* GeoRGia No. 3/3 aubuRN

a

26-64 21-55

.406 .382

2-11 3-8

.182 .375

5-9 20-24

.556 .833

39 17 14 36 14 10

2 2

6 4

29-30=59 27-38=65

2/26

* GeoRGia keNtucky

a

21-51 20-64

.412 .313

5-12 2-17

.417 .118

14-21 15-24

.667 .625

35 11 16 44 5 16

4 2

6 3

30-31=61 20-37=57

3/1

* GeoRGia No. 17/17 FloRida

H

33-63 30-78

.524 .385

5-15 10-30

.333 .333

13-19 5-7

.684 .714

39 14 14 44 15 16

3 2

7 8

45-39=84 38-37=75

3/5

+ GeoRGia keNtucky

N

31-49 21-62

.633 .339

7-9 7-18

.778 .389

13-16 15-19

.813 .789

29 16 21 32 14 19

9 12 1 10

29-53=82 30-34=64

3/6

+ GeoRGia No. 22/23 vaNdeRbilt

N

25-56 25-67

.446 .373

5-12 9-26

.417 .346

6-8 10-11

.750 .909

39 18 12 34 18 3

3 2

1 7

25-36=61 35-34=69

N

18-45 25-54

.400 .463

4-11 2-13

.364 .154

7-11 6-9

.636 .667

27 8 19 34 15 16

3 2

9 7

20-27=47 27-31=58

3/21 + GeoRGia aRizoNa State # & @ * + %

Lady Rebel Round-up (Las Vegas) Jimmy V Classic (Piscataway, N.J.) “Home” game played at Arena at Gwinnett Center (Duluth, Ga.) SEC Games SEC Tournament (N. Little Rock, Ark.) NCAA Tournament (Duluth, Ga.)

R E C A P

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SEC Team Statistics 3-Point FG Percentage

2008-09 Southeastern Conference Standings League Games

School

Auburn Vanderbilt LSU Florida Tennessee Mississippi State Georgia Arkansas Ole Miss Kentucky South Carolina Alabama R E C A P

Scoring Offense

W-L

Pct

12-2 10-4 10-4 9-5 9-5 8-6 7-7 6-8 5-9 5-9 2-12 1-13

.857 .714 .714 .643 .643 .571 .500 .429 .357 .357 .168 .071

Team 1. Auburn 2. Florida 3. Vanderbilt 4. Tennessee 5. Miss. State 6. Ole Miss 7. Arkansas 8. Georgia 9. Alabama 10. Kentucky 11. LSU 12. S. Carolina

G 34 32 35 33 33 33 32 32 30 32 30 28

Pts 2602 2366 2516 2306 2245 2212 2133 2047 1904 2024 1794 1622

Avg. 76.5 73.9 71.9 69.9 68.0 67.0 66.7 64.0 63.5 63.2 59.8 57.9

Team 1. LSU 2. Miss. State 3. Georgia 4. Vanderbilt 5. Auburn 6. Kentucky 7. Ole Miss 8. S. Carolina 9. Tennessee 10. Arkansas 11. Florida 12.Alabama

G 30 33 32 35 34 32 33 28 33 32 32 30

Pts 1605 1829 1854 2061 2079 1958 2041 1753 2103 2055 2081 1994

Avg. 53.5 55.4 57.9 58.9 61.1 61.2 61.8 62.6 63.7 64.2 65.0 66.5

Scoring Defense

108

All Games

Home Away

7-0 7-0 5-2 6-1 7-0 4-3 5-2 3-4 4-3 3-4 1-6 1-6

5-2 3-4 5-2 3-4 2-5 4-3 2-5 3-4 1-6 2-5 1-6 0-7

Scoring Margin

W-L

Pct

30-4 26-9 19-11 24-8 22-11 23-10 18-14 18-14 18-15 16-16 10-18 13-17

.882 .789 633 .750 .667 .697 .563 .563 .545 .500 .357 .433

Team 1. Auburn 2. Vanderbilt 3. Miss. State 4. Florida 5. LSU 6. Tennessee 7. Georgia 8. Ole Miss 9. Arkansas 10. Kentucky 11. Alabama 12. S. Carolina

Off. 76.5 71.9 68.0 73.9 59.8 69.9 64.0 67.0 66.7 63.2 63.5 57.9

Def. 61.1 58.9 55.4 65.0 53.5 63.7 57.9 61.8 64.2 61.2 66.5 62.6

Diff. +15.4 +13.0 +12.6 +8.9 +6.3 +6.2 +6.0 +5.2 +2.4 +2.1 -3.0 -4.7

Team 1. Vanderbilt 2. Kentucky 3. Ole Miss 4. Florida 5. Miss. State 6. Auburn 7. S. Carolina 8. Georgia 9. Arkansas 10. Alabama 11. LSU 12. Tennessee

FT 450 459 462 429 373 533 325 331 373 327 344 469

FTA 614 649 658 615 536 766 480 491 559 494 520 710

Pct .733 .707 .702 .698 .696 .696 .677 .674 .667 .662 .662 .661

FT Percentage

Home Away Neut.

12-0 13-3 15-1 6-7 11-7 7-3 14-1 7-6 13-2 7-7 12-4 8-5 10-3 4-9 12-5 4-7 12-5 3-8 11-6 4-9 6-9 2-8 10-7 2-8

FG Percentage

5-1 5-1 1-1 3-1 2-2 3-1 4-2 2-1 3-2 1-1 2-1 1-2

Team 1. Auburn 2. Vanderbilt 3. Florida 4. Georgia 5. LSU 6. Tennessee 7. Miss. State 8. Arkansas 9. Ole Miss 10. S. Carolina 11. Kentucky 12. Alabama

FG 979 926 858 797 695 837 836 780 794 593 712 714

FGA 2090 2042 1907 1847 1655 2027 2039 1953 2017 1534 1882 1899

Pct .468 .453 .450 .432 .420 .413 .410 .399 .394 .387 .378 .376

Team 1. LSU 2. Miss. State 3. Georgia 4. Ole Miss 5. Kentucky 6. Arkansas 7. Auburn 8. Tennessee 9. Alabama 10. Florida 11. Vanderbilt 12. S. Carolina

FG 581 642 680 759 718 726 800 764 715 763 765 666

FGA 1615 1767 1864 1956 1838 1854 2042 1946 1818 1907 1886 1614

Pct .360 .363 .365 .388 .391 .392 .392 .393 .393 .400 .406 .413

FG Defense

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Team 1. Auburn 2. Florida 3. Vanderbilt 4. Tennessee 5. Miss. State 6. Georgia 7. Arkansas 8. Ole Miss 9. S. Carolina 10. Kentucky 11. LSU 12. Alabama

3FG 111 221 214 163 200 122 200 162 111 141 60 149

3FGA 296 605 602 501 631 395 658 534 372 477 209 566

Pct .375 .365 .355 .325 .317 .309 .304 .303 .298 .296 .287 .263

Team 1. Ole Miss 2. Georgia 3. LSU 4. Miss. State 5. Auburn 6. Florida 7. S. Carolina 8. Alabama 9. Kentucky 10. Vanderbilt 11. Arkansas 12. Tennessee

3FG 170 151 124 130 175 167 105 159 144 165 157 173

3FGA 595 518 417 436 577 538 338 509 457 511 482 518

Pct .286 .292 .297 .298 .303 .310 .311 .312 .315 .323 .326 .334

Team 1. Tennessee 2. Auburn 3. Kentucky 4. Miss. State 5. Georgia 6. Ole Miss 7. Florida 8. LSU 9. S. Carolina 10. Arkansas 11. Vanderbilt 12. Alabama

Reb. Opp. 43.5 35.2 40.1 34.8 41.0 36.2 40.3 35.9 38.8 35.8 40.8 38.0 38.8 36.4 36.7 35.7 36.3 35.4 38.7 37.9 34.5 34.2 40.9 142.0

Diff. +8.3 +5.2 +4.8 +4.4 +3.1 +2.8 +2.3 +1.0 +0.9 +0.7 +0.3 -1.1

3-Point FG Defense

Rebounding Margin

Assists

Team 1. Vanderbilt 2. Auburn 3. Florida 4. Miss. State 5. Georgia 6. Ole Miss 7. Tennessee 8. Alabama 9. LSU 10. Arkansas 11. Kentucky 12. S. Carolina

G 35 34 32 33 32 33 33 30 30 32 32 28

Asts 542 524 478 472 440 452 445 400 398 399 319 267

Avg. 15.49 15.41 14.94 14.30 13.75 13.70 13.48 13.33 13.27 12.47 9.97 9.54

Blocked Shots Team 1. Miss. State 2. Auburn 3. Tennessee 4. Georgia 5. LSU 6. Arkansas 7. Florida 8. Kentucky 9. Alabama 10. Ole Miss 11. S. Carolina 12. Vanderbilt

G 33 34 33 32 30 32 32 32 30 33 28 35

Blks 203 168 155 146 136 130 116 113 105 99 72 67

Avg. 6.15 4.94 4.70 4.56 4.53 4.06 3.63 3.53 3.50 3.00 2.57 1.91

Team 1. Vanderbilt 2. Miss. State 3. Arkansas 4. Florida 5. Auburn 6. Ole Miss 7. LSU 8. Georgia 9. Tennessee 10. S. Carolina 11. Kentucky 12. Alabama

G 35 33 32 32 34 33 30 32 33 28 32 30

Stls 355 318 305 299 315 302 251 258 249 202 222 207

Avg. 10.14 9.64 9.53 9.34 9.26 9.15 8.37 8.06 7.55 7.21 6.94 6.90

Team 1. Vanderbilt 2. Auburn 3. Miss. State 4. LSU 5. Arkansas 6. Ole Miss 7. Florida 8. Alabama 9. Georgia 10. Tennessee 11. Kentucky 12. S. Carolina

TOs 14.4 14.0 15.6 14.0 16.4 17.1 17.8 17.6 17.1 17.2 17.7 19.2

Opp. 20.1 18.2 19.7 16.6 17.6 18.2 18.9 17.8 16.8 16.5 16.9 16.1

Diff. +5.69 +4.21 +4.06 +2.63 +1.22 +1.15 +1.12 +0.17 -0.28 -0.61 -0.78 -3.07

Team 1. Auburn 2. Vanderbilt 3. LSU 4. Miss. State 5. Florida 6. Georgia 7. Ole Miss 8. Tennessee 9. Arkansas 10. Alabama 11. Kentucky 12. S. Carolina

Asts 524 542 398 472 478 440 452 445 399 400 319 267

TOs 477 505 419 516 568 546 564 566 524 529 566 537

Ratio 1.10 1.07 0.95 0.91 0.84 0.81 0.80 0.79 0.76 0.76 0.56 0.50

Steals

Turnover Margin

Assists-to-TO Ratio


SEC Individual Statistics Scoring

Player, School 1. Bonner, AU 2. Wirth, VU 3. Brooks, UF 4. Thomas, UM 5. Hightower, LSU 6. Rack, MSU 7. Dotson, UF 8. Goff, UM 9. Stricklen, UT 10. Dunlap, UK 11. Ricketts, AR 12. Bjorklund, UT 13. Roddy, UK 14. Houts, UGA 15. Hobbs, AU 16. Robinson, UGA 17. Tuomi, VU 18. Barrett, LSU 19. Franklin, UK 20. Boddie, AU 21. Smalley, AU 22. Jenkins, UA 23. Sutton, SC 24. Lumanu, MSU 25. Marsh, VU 26. Jones, AR 27. Phillips, UGA 28. Mokango, MSU 29. Brereton, AR 30. Johnson, UT

Rebounding

Player, School 1. Robinson, UGA 2. Dunlap, UK 3. Bonner, AU 4. Roddy, UK 5. Jones, AR 6. Jenkins, UA 7. Johnson, UT 8. Dotson, UF 9. Goff, UM 10. Ricketts, AR 11. Smith, UF 12. Phillips, UGA 13. Porter, MSU 14. Fuller, UT 15. SStricklen, UT 16. Tuomi, VU 17. Pace, SC 18. Lumanu, MSU 19. Mokango, MSU 20. Barrett, LSU

G 34 35 32 33 30 33 32 30 32 32 32 28 31 32 34 32 28 30 32 33 34 30 28 33 35 32 32 33 32 33

Pts 716 582 525 520 447 491 447 414 424 411 402 344 376 385 407 369 320 342 361 369 378 333 308 353 374 337 335 345 329 335

Avg. 21.1 16.6 16.4 15.8 14.9 14.9 14.0 13.8 13.3 12.8 12.6 12.3 12.1 12.0 12.0 11.5 11.4 11.4 11.3 11.2 11.1 11.1 11.0 10.7 10.7 10.5 10.5 10.5 10.3 10.2

G Rebs 32 298 32 290 34 289 31 253 32 247 30 222 33 236 32 220 30 198 32 202 32 197 32 196 33 199 33 196 32 190 92 166 27 158 33 191 33 190 30 171

Avg. 9.3 9.1 8.5 8.2 7.7 7.4 7.2 6.9 6.6 6.3 6.2 6.1 6.0 5.9 5.9 5.9 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.7

2009 Southeastern Conference Tournament 8. Arkansas 9. Ole Miss

12. Alabama

1. Auburn

60

9. Ole Miss

65

49

4. Florida

3. LSU 63

11. S. Carolina 39

FG Percentage Player, School 1. Dotson, UF 2. Tuomi, VU 3. Dunlap, UK 4. Bonner, AU 5. Hightower, LSU 6. Goff, UM 7. Wirth, VU

FT Percentage Player, School 1. Bonner, AU 2. Rack, MSU 3. Thomas, UM 4. Brooks, UF 5. Roddy, UK 6. Houts, UGA 7. Stricklen, UT 8. Risper, VU 9. Barrett, LSU 10. Hobbs, AU

64

7. Georgia

82

2. Vanderbilt

FG 181 143 162 239 184 159 212

FGA 300 253 336 496 403 354 475

Pct .603 .565 .482 .482 .457 .449 .446

FT 218 95 99 135 118 88 86 92 86 94

FTA 258 114 120 171 150 113 113 123 119 131

Pct .845 .833 .825 .789 .787 .779 .761 .748 .723 .718

3FG 62 68 78 81 80 73

3FGA 152 171 199 207 211 207

Pct .408 .398 .392 .391 .379 .353

3-Point FG Percentage Player, School 1. Bjorklund, UT 2. Smalley, AU 3. Sorensen, UF 4. Marsh, VU 5. Wirth, VU 6. Thomas, UM

2. Vanderbilt

3. LSU 47 2. Vanderbilt

61

2. Vanderbilt

69

Player, School 1. Boddie, AU 2. Black, UM 3. Houts, UGA 4. Brooks, UF 5. Rack, MSU 6. Magee, UA 7. Ricketts, AR 8. Rhoads, VU 9. Lumanu, MSU 10. Smith, UK 11. Hightower, LSU 12. Stricklen, UT 13. Risper, VU

G 33 33 32 32 33 30 32 35 33 32 30 32 35

Asts 262 182 151 149 142 124 125 132 118 114 90 95 99

Avg. 7.94 5.52 4.72 4.66 4.30 4.13 3.91 3.77 3.58 3.56 3.00 2.97 2.83

Player, School 1. Mokango, MSU 2. Robinson, UGA 3. Goff, UM 4. Cain, UT 5. Bonner, AU 6. Jones, AR Henry, UF 8. Carrier, AU 9. Dunlap, UK Phillips, UGA 11. Hightower, LSU 12. Turnbow, LSU 13. Stewart, UF

G 33 32 30 27 34 32 32 34 32 32 30 25 28

Blks 97 70 60 49 55 47 47 41 38 38 35 25 27

Avg. 2.94 2.19 2.00 1.81 1.62 1.47 1.47 1.21 1.19 1.19 1.17 1.00 0.96

Blocked Shots

54

5. Tennessee 58

67

Assists

78 1. Auburn

6. Miss. State 58

6. Miss. State 49

7. Georgia

1. Auburn

65

5. Tennessee 71

5. Tennessee 68

10. Kentucky

71

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

61

NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifier

61 Steals

Player, School 1. Ricketts, AR 2. Risper, VU 3. Black, UM 4. Houts, UGA 5. Lumanu, MSU 6. Boddie, AU 7. Hightower, LSU 8. Stricklen, UT 9. Hobbs, AU 10. Dunlap, UK Thompson, UF 12. Bonner, AU 13. Goff, UM

G 32 35 33 32 33 33 30 32 34 32 32 34 30

Stls 82 81 73 70 70 63 57 58 61 57 57 58 50

Avg. 2.56 2.31 2.21 2.19 2.12 1.91 1.90 1.81 1.79 1.78 1.78 1.71 1.67

Player, School 1. Rack, MSU 2. Sorensen, UF 3. Marsh, VU 4. Wirth, VU 5. Bjorklund, UT 6. Thomas, UM 7. Smalley, AU 8. Russell, UA 9. Harris, AR 10. Puleo, UGA 11. Morrow, UK Brooks, UF 13. Franklin, UK

G 33 32 35 35 28 33 34 30 32 31 32 32 32

3FGs 86 78 81 80 62 73 68 57 56 49 48 48 46

Avg. 2.61 2.44 2.31 2.29 2.21 2.21 2.00 1.90 1.75 1.58 1.50 1.50 1.44

3-Point Field Goals

Assists-to-TO Ratio Player, School 1. Boddie, AU 2. Rhoads, VU 3. Hightower, LSU 4. Black, UM 5. Ricketts, AR 6. Houts, UGA 7. Magee, UA 8. Brooks, UF 9. Rack, MSU 10. Lumanu, MSU 11. Smith, UK

Asts 262 132 90 182 125 151 124 149 142 118 114

Minutes Played Player, School 1. Houts, UGA 2. Hightower, LSU 3. Wirth, VU 4. Boddie, AU 5. Bonner, AU 6. Dunlap, UK 7. Marsh, VU 8. Ricketts, AR 9. Bjorklund, UT 10. Stricklen, UT

G 32 30 35 33 34 32 35 32 28 32

TOs 99 53 51 105 84 111 94 114 110 107 127

Ratio 32.65 12.49 11.76 31.73 21.49 31.36 31.32 31.31 31.29 31.10 40.90

MP 1207 1049 1176 1102 1123 1054 1122 1020 892 1009

Avg. 37.72 34.97 33.60 33.39 33.03 32.94 32.06 31.88 31.86 31.53

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Box Scores

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NR/No. 25 Georgia 85, Alabama State 35 11/15/08 • Athens, Ga.

ALABAMA STATE (0-1)

Player Lumpkin Thomas Merritt Taylor Holloway Lewis Davis Chambers Hill Hicks Jackson Hunter Jones TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts 4-15 0-0 5 3 12 0-2 0-0 0 3 0 1-6 1-1 3 3 3 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 2-7 2-2 5 4 6 1-1 0-0 4 2 2 0-3 1-2 3 1 1 1-7 3-4 2 1 6 0-3 0-0 2 2 0 1-4 0-0 1 2 2 0-2 2-2 1 3 2 0-2 1-2 1 1 1 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 10-54 10-13 34 27 35

GEORGIA (1-0)

A St MP 1 0 27 0 1 10 0 0 14 1 0 3 1 1 15 2 1 26 0 0 12 1 0 21 0 0 16 0 0 16 0 1 13 0 0 7 0 0 14 6 4 200

Marshall 5-10 1-2 7 1 11 6 1 25 Phillips 6-10 3-4 8 0 15 1 4 19 Lee 3-4 3-7 4 3 9 0 3 23 Puleo 0-3 2-2 1 2 2 3 0 25 Houts 2-5 9-10 2 0 14 4 4 23 Smith 0-1 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 4 Taylor 4-8 4-4 1 2 12 1 0 19 Mitchell 1-3 1-2 3 3 4 3 0 18 Rhoden 3-5 1-4 5 0 8 0 2 21 Stoddard 1-2 0-0 0 0 2 0 2 5 Robinson 4-6 0-0 5 3 8 1 0 16 Watt 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 TOTALS 29-57 24-35 44 14 85 19 16 200 Half: UGA 49, ASU 22. 3-FGs: ASU 5-15 (Lumplin 4-10, Chambers 1-1, Hicks 0-2, Davis 0-1, Taylor 0-1), UGA 3-10 (Rhoden 1-3, Houts 1-2, Mitchell 1-1, Marshall 0-3, Puleo 0-1). TOs: ASU 29 (Chambers 6), UGA 15 (2 players 3). Blocks: ASU 2 (2 players 1), UGA 7 (3 players 2). Officials: Roberts, Zentz, Cunningham. Att. - 3,228.

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NR/No. 23 Georgia 64, Oakland 61

11/20/08 • Rochester, Mich.

GEORGIA (2-1)

OAkLAND (2-1)

DETROIT MERCy (1-2)

Player Marshall Phillips Lee Puleo Houts Taylor Rhoden Robinson TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 4-11 0-0 4 2 9 2 2 30 5-15 2-2 8 3 12 4 1 31 2-4 0-0 7 2 4 0 0 15 8-14 3-3 2 1 22 0 0 36 0-5 3-4 4 3 3 6 3 40 0-2 0-0 3 1 0 0 0 7 1-5 0-0 5 2 2 1 0 14 5-11 2-3 7 3 12 0 0 27 25-67 10-12 45 17 64 13 6 200

Jeltema 4-14 5-6 8 3 13 1 0 29 Reising 1-9 3-3 7 0 5 3 0 31 Carnago 7-8 0-0 6 3 14 1 0 26 Pike 3-12 4-4 7 2 11 0 0 34 Terava 2-3 0-0 5 0 4 2 1 16 Farrell 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 3 0 8 Kidd 4-11 1-2 2 1 9 4 5 22 Patritto 1-4 0-0 0 1 3 1 0 10 Malone 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Freshour 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 4 Calhoun 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 13 Carter 0-1 2-2 2 0 2 0 0 2 TOTALS 22-64 15-17 42 13 61 15 7 200 Half: UGA 42, OU 30. 3-FGs: UGA 4-10 (Puleo 3-5, Marshall 1-1, Houts 0-2, Rhoden 0-2), OU 2-9 (Patritto 1-1, Pike 1-1, Reising 0-3, Calhoun 0-1, Carter 0-1, Kidd 0-1, Malone 0-1). TOs: UGA 17 (Houts 7), OU 15 (Reising 4). Blocks: UGA 8 (2 players 4), OU 8 (Carnago 6). Officials: Smith, Bryan Enterline, Bob Enterline. Att. - 745.

5

Player Richie Grove Thomas Chow Weathersby Scott Peters Williams Richardson Fontenot Anyanwu Breite TOTALS

Georgia 85, Cal State Fullerton 64

11/28/08 • Las Vegas, Nev.

FGs 2-4 1-6 5-14 4-16 5-8 2-13 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 22-67

GEORGIA (4-1)

110

11/22/08 • Detroit, Mich.

GEORGIA (2-0)

CAL STATE FULLERTON (2-2)

Ali Watt drew boisterous cheers every time she entered the game and even louder roars when she scored against N.C. Central.

3

Detroit Mercy 70, NR/No. 23 Georgia 66

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 1 0 4 1 0 16 0-0 0 0 3 1 0 14 4-6 3 4 19 2 4 32 0-0 3 0 11 6 0 37 2-2 8 3 12 0 2 29 1-2 2 1 7 1 0 24 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-1 0 5 8 0 1 20 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-0 4 1 0 0 0 20 8-11 28 15 64 11 7 200

Marshall 7-13 3-3 7 0 18 1 0 29 Phillips 6-11 0-0 11 2 12 4 2 27 Lee 2-2 0-0 6 0 4 1 0 14 Puleo 3-11 0-2 2 4 7 3 3 35 Houts 8-16 1-1 3 1 20 4 2 38 Taylor 0-1 0-1 4 1 0 0 0 13 Mitchell 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 0 0 2 Rhoden 2-3 1-2 4 1 5 0 0 16 Robinson 7-9 3-4 10 3 17 4 0 26 TOTALS 35-66 10-15 52 13 85 17 7 200 Half: UGA 42, CSF 25. 3-FGs: CSF 12-30 (Thomas 5-9, Chow 3-10, Scott 2-8, Grove 1-1, Richardson 1-1, Richie 0-1), UGA 5-16 (Houts 3-8, Puleo 1-5, Marshall 1-3). TOs: CSF 14 (Weathersby 6), UGA 19 (2 players 4). Blocks: CSF 2 (2 players 1), UGA 3 (Robinson 2). Officials: Stevens, Forsberg, Fox. Att. - 631.

Player Marshall Phillips Lee Puleo Houts Taylor Rhoden Robinson TOTALS

FGs 2-10 6-19 1-3 3-10 7-16 3-4 1-4 5-10 28-76

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 9 2 4 2 1 33 0-0 10 1 12 5 0 27 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 14 0-0 2 2 8 4 0 25 0-0 5 4 17 6 3 40 0-0 3 1 6 0 0 11 0-0 4 1 3 2 3 23 4-4 11 4 14 1 1 27 4-4 48 15 66 20 8 200

Allen 5-13 2-3 11 0 13 5 1 40 Mulroy 6-10 0-0 6 2 15 2 1 35 Hatter 3-4 2-2 0 1 8 0 0 22 Davis 9-19 2-4 3 2 20 2 0 29 Jones 2-5 1-1 4 1 5 6 1 35 Hall 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 2 1 9 Washington 1-3 1-2 6 2 3 1 0 17 Brown 3-5 0-0 3 0 6 1 0 13 TOTALS 29-61 8-12 34 8 70 19 4 200 Half: UDM 35, UGA 32. 3-FGs: UGA 6-21 (Houts 3-10, Puleo 2-8, Rhoden 1-2, Marshall 0-1), UDM 4-13 (Mulroy 3-6, Allen 1-5, Davis 0-1, Hall 0-1). TOs: UGA 17 (Houts 5), UDM 14 (Allen 4). Blocks: UGA 5 (Robinson 3), UDM 1 (Allen 1). Officials: Dressander, SmithMcGehee, Creech. Att. - 507.

6

Georgia 75, Eastern Washington 51

GEORGIA (5-1)

Player Marshall Phillips Lee Puleo Houts Taylor Mitchell Rhoden Stoddard Robinson Watt TOTALS

11/29/08 • Las Vegas, Nev.

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 5-8 1-2 6 0 11 2 2 32 4-7 0-1 2 3 8 3 3 17 2-4 1-4 3 3 5 1 1 18 1-6 0-0 0 4 3 0 1 23 7-13 7-8 2 2 22 6 2 37 4-9 0-1 8 1 8 1 1 19 1-2 1-1 0 1 3 0 0 7 2-5 0-0 3 0 6 1 1 19 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3-10 3-3 13 3 9 0 2 26 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 29-64 13-20 40 17 75 14 13 200

EASTERN WASHINGTON (2-3)

Evans 6-8 0-0 2 3 16 3 0 29 Piper 3-8 4-6 6 4 10 2 0 26 Scott 0-3 0-0 3 3 0 0 0 11 Ryan 4-5 0-0 5 2 9 1 1 31 Huntington 1-3 0-0 2 2 3 2 0 32 Cooper 0-1 2-3 0 0 2 3 0 10 Calhoun 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 White 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 3 Sparavalo 0-3 1-4 0 0 1 0 1 8 Bratvold 3-9 0-0 2 2 6 0 1 20 Russell 2-2 0-0 0 3 4 1 3 8 Ferrall 0-1 0-5 1 0 0 0 1 19 TOTALS 19-43 7-18 30 19 51 12 7 200 Half: UGA 31, EWU 20. 3-FGs: UGA 4-14 (Rhoden 2-4, Puleo 1-5, Houts 1-4, Taylor 0-1), EWU 6-11 (Evans 4-5, Ryan 1-2, Huntington1-1, Scott 0-2, Sparavalo 0-1). TOs: UGA 17 (Marshall 4), EWU 23 (Evans 6). Blocks: UGA 4 (Robinson 3), EWU 2 (2 players 1). Officials: Williams, Marshall, Fox. Att. - 525.

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

4

Georgia 85, N.C. Central 35

11/26/08 • Athens, Ga.

N.C. CENTRAL (0-5)

Player FGs Bennett 1-2 Thacker 0-0 Nwachukwu 5-19 Blanks 0-2 Hailey 1-6 Houston 4-9 Elliott 0-1 Williams 2-7 DeBerry 0-0 Hyman 0-1 TOTALS 13-47

GEORGIA (3-1)

FTs Reb Pf Pts 2-2 5 2 4 0-0 1 1 0 0-0 7 3 10 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 4 1 2 1-3 1 2 10 0-0 0 0 0 1-4 0 1 5 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0 4-9 23 13 31

A St MP 3 3 32 0 0 7 1 1 37 1 0 11 3 0 37 0 2 36 0 0 6 0 3 25 0 0 3 0 0 6 8 9 200

Marshall 5-10 0-0 6 2 11 5 4 26 Phillips 4-7 2-2 6 1 10 4 2 24 Lee 1-6 0-0 8 0 2 0 0 22 Puleo 4-4 2-2 2 2 13 2 2 19 Houts 7-9 1-1 1 0 17 3 3 27 Smith 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Taylor 4-12 1-1 7 0 9 1 1 19 Mitchell 1-6 1-2 4 0 3 3 2 18 Rhoden 0-3 2-4 2 0 2 1 2 14 Stoddard 1-1 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 8 Robinson 6-6 1-2 5 2 13 0 0 11 Watt 1-2 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 8 TOTALS 34-66 10-14 48 8 85 19 16 200 Half: UGA 49, NCCU 6. 3-FGs: NCCU 1-3 (Houston 1-2, Blanks 0-1); UGA 7-14 (Puleo 3-3, Houts 2-3, Marshall 1-2, Stoddard 1-1, Mitchell 0-2, Rhoden 0-2, Watt 0-1). TOs: NCCU 26 (Nwachukwu 7), UGA 15 (2 players 3). Blocks: NCCU 2 (Mwachukwu 2), UGA 8 (2 players 2). Officials: Cunningham, Inouye, Forsbert. Att. - 3,156.

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Georgia 77, East Tennessee State 57 12/1/08 • Athens, Ga.

EAST TENNESSEE STATE (1-4)

Player Wiles Thompson Belcher Evans Davis Phillips White Dixon Pickwell Washington TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 3-14 1-2 4 0 7 2 0 37 6-11 3-4 8 3 15 2 0 30 5-14 4-5 9 3 14 2 1 27 3-12 4-4 3 3 10 0 1 27 1-5 0-0 3 3 2 1 0 23 1-5 1-2 3 1 3 3 1 23 1-1 0-2 3 2 2 0 0 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 6 0-3 4-4 3 3 4 0 1 19 20-66 17-23 45 18 57 10 4 200

GEORGIA (6-1)

Marshall 3-10 0-0 6 3 6 2 1 31 Phillips 4-7 0-0 4 2 8 0 1 20 Lee 1-3 2-2 2 4 4 0 0 15 Puleo 2-7 2-2 4 1 8 2 2 25 Houts 5-14 3-4 2 2 13 3 2 33 Smith 1-1 0-1 1 1 2 0 0 1 Taylor 4-7 2-2 6 2 10 1 1 20 Mitchell 0-3 2-2 0 1 2 2 0 7 Rhoden 1-6 2-5 8 1 5 2 0 19 Stoddard 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 Robinson 9-13 1-4 15 4 19 0 2 23 Watt 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 4 TOTALS 30-73 14-22 54 22 77 12 9 200 Half: UGA 42, ETSU 23. 3-FGs: ETSU 0-11 (Davis 0-3, Evans 0-3, Wiles 0-2, Pickwell 0-1, Phillips 0-1, Washington 0-1), UGA 3-15 (Puleo 2-5, Rhoden 1-3, Houts 0-2, Marshall 0-2, Mitchell 0-1, Robinson 0-1, Watt 0-1). TOs: ETSU 19 (2 players 4), UGA 16 (Marshall 4). Blocks: ETSU 1 (Davis 1), UGA 9 (2 players 3). Officials: Napier, Dean, Forsbert. Att. - 3,098.


Box Scores

8

Georgia 72, Tennessee Tech 46

12/3/08 • Athens, Ga.

TENNESSEE TECH (1-6)

Player Price Lyons Nwosu White Bowens Pointer Stirrup Cook Hayes Glidden Rutledge Whittle TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 3-13 1-2 1 1 8 3 0 35 1-2 2-2 3 4 4 1 0 20 1-7 0-0 3 4 2 0 1 13 3-8 1-2 7 0 7 0 1 33 3-8 2-2 3 2 9 2 1 26 1-2 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 7 3-7 0-0 7 2 6 1 0 20 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 12 0-9 2-3 4 2 2 1 0 14 1-2 0-0 1 0 3 1 0 5 0-1 2-4 4 0 2 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 16-60 10-15 42 15 46 10 3 200

GEORGIA (7-1)

Marshall 6-11 0-0 9 0 12 3 1 27 Phillips 4-9 1-1 9 2 9 2 3 23 Lee 2-5 1-3 4 4 5 0 3 17 Puleo 5-8 0-0 5 0 13 7 3 30 Houts 3-10 1-3 1 3 7 5 2 25 Smith 1-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 2 Taylor 4-8 0-1 3 5 8 2 2 15 Mitchell 1-1 1-2 0 1 3 1 1 11 Rhoden 3-10 0-0 2 1 6 1 1 20 Stoddard 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Robinson 3-5 1-2 8 1 7 1 0 22 Watt 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 5 TOTALS 32-71 5-12 50 17 72 22 16 200 Half: UGA 41, TTU 24. 3-FGs: TTU 4-20 (Price 1-6, Bowens 1-5, Glidden 1-2, Pointer 1-2, Hayes, 0-2 White 0-2, Stirrup 0-1), UGA 3-13 (Puleo 3-4, Rhoden 0-3, Houts 0-2, Watt 0-2, Marshall 0-1, Stoddard 0-1). TOs: TTU 24 (Price 8), UGA 19 (Phillips 4). Blocks: TTU 1 (White 1), UGA 7 (Robinson 4). Officials: Mattingly, Gulbeyan, Zentz. Att. - 3,042.

9

Georgia Tech 57, Georgia 42

GEORGIA (7-2) Player Marshall Phillips Lee Puleo Houts Taylor Rhoden Robinson TOTALS

FGs 1-6 1-4 0-1 1-5 2-12 6-10 5-7 2-6 18-51

FTs Reb Pf Pts 0-0 3 3 2 0-0 4 5 2 0-0 2 3 0 0-0 2 1 3 0-0 3 1 5 0-0 5 1 12 1-2 1 4 13 1-2 7 4 5 2-4 33 22 42

GEORGIA TECH (7-2)

A St MP 0 1 22 0 0 12 0 0 15 1 1 40 5 2 40 1 2 29 0 1 18 0 0 24 7 7 200

Montgomery 3-9 3-4 7 1 11 4 0 34 Ardossi 4-8 7-8 10 2 15 0 3 37 Goodlett 0-2 2-2 0 0 2 0 0 10 Hemingway 6-13 5-7 3 2 18 1 0 33 Williams 0-7 0-2 3 4 0 1 3 34 Bennett 1-2 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 19 Adams 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Foster 3-4 2-4 6 4 8 1 1 28 Regins 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 2 TOTALS 17-45 19-27 32 14 57 7 7 200 Half: GT 28, UGA 25. 3-FGs: UGA 4-15 (Rhoden 2-3, Houts 1-5, Puleo 1-5, Taylor 0-2), GT 4-8 (Montgomery 2-4, Bennett 1-2, Hemingway 1-1, Williams 0-1). TOs: UGA 23 (Houts 8), GT 18 (Montgomery 6). Blocks: UGA 4 (Robinson 2), GT 3 (Montgomery 2). Officials: Brewton, Blauch, Fountain. Att. - 6,212.

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Georgia 67, Clemson 50

CLEMSON (8-3)

Player Hardy Hood Parker Brown Taylor Smith Wright Thomas Tate Mason Pauldo TOTALS

12/22/08 • Duluth, Ga.

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 8-16 3-4 8 2 20 4 4 34 2-7 1-2 4 0 5 0 1 27 1-4 0-0 7 3 2 0 0 25 2-4 0-0 2 0 4 1 2 22 1-8 2-4 4 2 4 3 2 25 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2-8 2-2 0 1 6 2 1 20 2-6 1-1 0 3 5 2 0 14 1-3 2-3 5 2 4 1 0 24 0-1 0-0 3 2 0 0 0 1 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 4 19-59 11-16 37 16 50 13 10 200

GEORGIA (9-3)

Christy Marshall was one of four Lady Dogs in double figures against Clemson.

12/5/08 • Atlanta, Ga.

Marshall 6-16 1-1 3 2 13 1 1 31 Phillips 4-10 7-10 9 2 15 1 4 29 Lee 2-2 1-1 1 2 5 0 1 13 Puleo 4-11 1-1 2 3 12 4 2 35 Houts 4-10 2-2 2 2 11 5 1 40 Taylor 2-5 1-2 5 2 5 1 0 11 Rhoden 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 13 Robinson 2-4 2-2 12 2 6 1 1 28 TOTALS 24-59 15-19 43 15 67 14 10 200 Half: CU 32, UGA 28. 3-FGs: CU 1-13 (Hardy 1-4, Wright 0-4, Taylor 0-3, Smith 0-1, Thomas 0-1), UGA 4-16 (Puleo 3-8, Houts 1-5, Marshall 0-2, Rhoden 0-1). TOs: CU 15 (Taylor 3), UGA 15 (2 players 3. Blocks: CU 3 (3 players 1), UGA 3 (Marshall 2). Officials: Newton, D. Sisk, Novak. Att. - 3,361.

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No. 15/12 Rutgers 45, Georgia 34

GEORGIA (7-3)

Player Marshall Phillips Lee Puleo Houts Taylor Rhoden Robinson TOTALS

12/8/08 • Piscataway, N.J.

FGs 0-4 2-3 0-0 2-8 2-5 2-5 1-7 3-3 12-35

RUTGERS (4-2)

FTs Reb Pf Pts 0-0 1 1 0 1-2 3 2 5 0-0 2 0 0 0-0 2 3 6 5-6 1 2 9 1-1 2 1 5 0-2 3 1 2 1-1 4 0 7 8-12 21 10 34

A St MP 0 0 9 2 1 20 0 0 8 3 2 35 1 4 40 0 0 21 1 1 35 0 2 32 7 10 200

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Georgia 73, UAB 49

12/20/08 • Birmingham, Ala.

GEORGIA (8-3)

Player Marshall Phillips Lee Puleo Houts Taylor Mitchell Rhoden Stoddard Robinson Watt TOTALS

FGs 4-7 2-2 4-7 4-9 4-9 6-11 2-2 0-2 0-0 5-11 0-0 31-60

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 2 3 8 1 0 19 0-0 8 4 4 0 0 13 1-3 2 1 9 0 1 17 0-0 4 4 11 3 3 34 3-4 3 1 12 9 4 35 2-3 5 2 14 3 0 27 0-0 0 1 4 1 1 6 0-0 2 3 0 1 0 20 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1-2 12 1 11 0 1 23 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7-12 42 20 73 18 10 200

Zurich 1-3 0-0 0 2 2 1 3 20 McCurdy 1-2 0-0 7 2 2 0 1 24 Junaid 3-5 0-0 3 0 6 0 0 12 UAB (4-7) Ray 4-10 3-3 4 2 13 2 2 40 Salaam 3-8 2-4 0 0 8 1 0 35 Prince 6-17 1-1 4 3 14 2 5 40 Simpson 0-3 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 22 Rushdan 1-3 2-2 2 2 4 2 1 31 Dukes 5-6 6-8 4 3 16 0 0 25 Sykes 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 4 Peterson 5-14 4-5 5 2 17 1 1 33 Vaughn 2-3 0-0 2 2 4 0 3 28 Jones 2-12 0-0 4 2 4 3 1 35 Pope 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Randall 1-2 0-0 4 0 2 0 0 15 TOTALS 18-43 6-6 27 13 45 7 15 200 Jackson 0-2 0-0 2 1 0 1 0 12 Trueheart 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 5 Half: RU 23, UGA 22. 3-FGs: UGA 2-13 (Puleo 2-7, Rhoden 0-4, 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 0 0 8 Houts 0-1, Taylor 0-1), RU 3-10 (Ray 2-3, Prince 1-5, Rushdan 0-1, Berry Scott 0-2 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 11 Zurich 0-1). TOs: UGA 26 (Phillips 8), RU 25 (Rushdan 8). Blocks: 16-51 14-19 27 11 49 7 2 200 UGA 3 (Phillips 2), RU 1 (Vaughn 1). Officials: Kantner, Titus, TOTALS Brooks. Att. - 3,112. Half: UGA 39, UAB 27. 3-FGs: UGA 4-8 (Puleo 3-5, Houts 1-2, Rhoden 0-1), UAB 3-19 (Peterson 3-10, Jones 0-4, Trueheart 0-2, Jackson 0-1, Salaam 0-1, Scott 0-1). TOs: UGA 15 (Houts, Robinson 3), UAB 17 (Jones, Peterson 5). Blocks: UGA 5 (Robinson 4), UAB 2 (2 players 1). Officials: Newton, Bradley, Cushenberry. Att. - 614.

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Xavier 56, Georgia 44

XAVIER (10-4) Player Taylor A. Phillips T. Phillips Reed Jennings Moss Jernigan Barringer Askew Moore TOTALS

12/30/08 • Athens, Ga.

FGs 1-6 3-9 11-14 5-11 2-5 0-2 4-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 26-54

GEORGIA (9-4)

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 3 2 3 1 0 33 0-0 6 3 6 0 0 25 1-1 16 1 23 3 0 32 0-2 7 3 10 1 1 36 0-0 0 2 4 4 2 30 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0-0 7 2 10 2 0 22 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 11 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-3 42 13 56 12 3 200

Marshall 3-10 2-4 7 2 8 2 1 29 Phillips 1-8 1-2 7 0 3 2 2 29 Robinson 2-9 1-3 5 4 5 0 1 30 Puleo 1-4 0-2 4 1 2 2 3 31 Houts 3-10 2-2 1 2 9 2 2 40 Taylor 6-12 0-0 2 1 12 0 0 21 Rhoden 2-4 1-2 3 0 5 3 1 20 TOTALS 18-57 7-15 32 10 44 11 10 200 Half: XU 26, UGA 19. 3-FGs: XU 3-12 (Jernigan 2-4, Taylor 1-5, Jennings 0-1, Moss 0-1, Reed 0-1), UGA 1-10 (Houts 1-5, Puleo 0-3, Rhoden 0-1, Robinson 0-1). TOs: XU 19 (2 players 4), UGA 14 (Robinson 4). Blocks: XU 2 (1 players 1), UGA 3 (Robinson 2). Officials: Trammell, Gulbeyan, Roberts. Att. - 4,534.

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No. 16/15 Virginia 62, Georgia 60

1/2/09 • Charlottesville, Va.

GEORGIA (9-5) Player Marshall Phillips Robinson Puleo Houts Lee Taylor Rhoden TOTALS

FGs 4-18 4-6 2-2 1-8 8-14 0-0 1-4 3-5 24-57

VIRGINIA (12-2)

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 1-2 5 3 9 1 0 29 2-4 7 3 10 0 0 27 4-6 11 4 8 1 0 33 0-0 2 3 3 4 1 31 2-2 4 4 19 2 2 40 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 7 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 13 0-0 5 0 9 2 2 20 9-14 35 19 60 10 5 200

Wright 8-23 6-8 5 4 24 3 1 37 K. Hartig 0-0 0-0 2 3 0 0 0 17 Shine 0-2 0-0 4 0 0 1 1 25 Moorer 3-9 0-0 3 1 7 3 1 21 Millner 1-5 3-5 4 2 6 4 0 33 Littles 8-15 7-9 7 2 23 0 1 34 Edwards 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 5 J. Hartig 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Mohammed 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 0 1 15 Stovall 0-1 2-2 5 1 2 2 2 12 TOTALS 20-56 18-24 38 16 62 13 7 200 Half: UGA 28, UVA 26. 3-FGs: UGA 5-15 (Rhoden 3-4, Puleo 1-6, Houts 1-5), UVA 4-16 (Wright 2-7, Moorer 1-4, Millner 1-1, Littles 0-2, Edwards 0-1, Stovall 0-1). TOs: UGA 19 (Houts 5), UVA 17 (Littles 4). Blocks: UGA 5 (Robinson 3), UVA 2 (2 players 1). Officials: Brewton, Cunningham, Rezac. Att. - 3,714.

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Ole Miss 62, Georgia 54

1/8/09 • Oxford, Miss.

GEORGIA (9-6, 0-1)

Player Marshall Phillips Robinson Puleo Houts Lee Taylor Mitchell Rhoden TOTALS

FGs 0-3 4-16 5-12 3-7 2-10 0-2 4-7 0-0 2-7 20-64

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 5 1-4 8 3 10 4 2 30 5-5 9 4 15 1 1 27 0-0 2 0 8 2 2 35 2-2 3 3 7 6 3 40 0-0 2 1 0 1 0 14 0-0 4 1 8 0 0 14 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-0 3 2 6 2 0 32 8-11 44 15 54 16 8 200

OLE MISS (12-4, 1-0)

Thomas 5-15 5-6 2 0 19 0 2 35 Holloway 3-7 0-1 8 4 6 1 1 24 Goff 2-9 4-5 4 4 8 0 2 23 Easley 2-11 0-0 3 1 5 1 1 31 Black 4-12 2-2 5 2 12 5 1 28 Phillips 1-1 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 3 Robertson 1-3 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 11 Melson 0-2 1-2 3 1 1 1 0 13 Byrd 2-3 1-2 9 1 5 1 0 23 Lewis 1-2 0-0 2 1 2 0 0 9 TOTALS 21-65 13-18 45 14 62 9 7 200 Half: OM 32, UGA 30. 3-FGs: UGA 6-14 (Puleo 2-6, Rhoden 2-4, Phillips 1-3, Houts 1-1), OM 7-25 (Thomas 4-11, Black 2-4, Easley 1-6, Robertson 0-2, Goff 0-1, Lewis 0-1). TOs: UGA 16 (Houts 4), OM 14 (Melson 4). Blocks: UGA 6 (Robinson 3), OM 6 (Goff 4). Officials: Kantner, Dean, Bonner. Att. - 692.

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Georgia 69, South Carolina 63

1/11/09 • Athens, Ga.

SOUTH CAROLINA (8-7, 0-2)

Player Pace Adams May Dickerson Kennedy Falohun Sutton Stephens Tate Newton TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 2-6 0-0 2 2 4 2 0 26 2-4 2-2 1 4 6 0 0 19 1-5 2-2 8 4 4 0 0 29 7-15 2-4 3 1 19 0 1 38 3-7 0-2 2 3 6 3 2 29 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6-7 5-7 4 3 18 5 1 28 2-4 0-0 4 0 4 0 1 19 1-5 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 9 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 1 24-53 11-17 29 19 63 10 5 200

GEORGIA (10-6, 1-1)

Rhoden 2-8 0-0 4 4 5 3 0 27 Taylor 3-7 0-0 4 3 6 0 0 17 Robinson 5-10 4-5 5 4 14 0 1 30 Puleo 2-3 2-2 3 0 7 2 2 24 Houts 4-9 5-6 2 0 13 9 4 40 Lee 1-2 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 10 Mitchell 1-3 1-2 1 1 3 0 1 13 Phillips 6-7 2-3 2 2 14 2 1 23 Marshall 2-3 0-0 2 1 5 1 0 16 TOTALS 26-52 14-18 30 15 69 17 9 200 Half: UGA 32, SC 27. 3-FGs: SC 4-15 (Dickerson 3-8, Sutton 1-1, Kennedy 0-3, Pace 0-2, Tate 0-1), UGA 3-6 (Rhoden 1-3, Marshall 1-1, Puleo 1-1, Mitchell 0-1). TOs: SC 19 (Sutton 6), UGA 18 (Taylor 6). Blocks: SC 2 (2 players 1), UGA 4 (Robinson 3). Officials: Cunningham, Brooks-Clauser, Dickerson. Att. - 4,456.

1/18/09 • Gainesville, Fla.

FGs 4-9 2-7 3-6 3-6 2-10 0-0 0-5 2-6 0-1 0-0 0-0 16-50

GEORGIA (11-6)

FTs Reb Pf Pts 0-0 6 0 4 0-0 0 2 2 1-2 2 1 1 2-2 1 4 2 0-0 2 0 0 0-0 2 5 4 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 3 1 6 0-0 1 2 0 2-2 1 0 8 1-4 5 1 1 0-0 1 0 0 6-10 28 16 28

Georgia 66, No. 17/18 Vanderbilt 55 1/22/09 • Athens, Ga.

FGs 2-3 1-7 7-10 1-6 3-10 2-7 2-4 0-1 4-7 1-4 23-59

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 3 1 4 2 3 23 1-2 5 4 3 0 0 21 0-1 8 4 14 0 0 36 0-0 4 2 2 0 3 27 0-0 1 4 7 1 2 23 0-2 5 2 4 1 1 20 0-0 1 1 6 0 0 5 0-1 3 0 0 0 0 5 3-4 2 4 12 5 0 31 0-0 0 0 2 1 0 9 4-10 33 22 55 10 9 200

Georgia’s victory over Savannah State supplied Andy Landers with his 800th career victory as a collegiate head coach.

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Georgia 63, Alabama 61

1/25/09 • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

GEORGIA (13-7, 3-2)

Player Rhoden Phillips Robinson Mitchell Houts Taylor Puleo Marshall TOTALS

FGs 0-3 9-12 0-4 0-2 5-8 7-11 5-11 2-4 28-55

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 0 3 0 2 0 22 3-4 8 4 21 0 1 26 0-0 12 3 0 5 0 30 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0-0 6 1 11 3 1 40 1-2 5 4 15 0 0 25 0-0 2 1 11 2 1 26 0-0 1 1 5 1 0 14 4-6 39 17 63 13 3 200

ALABAMA (12-9, 0-6)

Raffington 6-12 0-0 5 3 13 3 0 33 Jenkins 6-15 4-4 11 1 16 2 3 36 Rhoden 2-5 3-8 3 2 7 0 1 33 Strauthers 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 3 Phillips 6-11 3-5 7 1 15 0 1 30 Russell 5-17 4-4 1 2 17 1 1 31 Robinson 6-9 5-7 14 3 17 0 2 35 Magee 3-8 0-0 1 2 6 7 0 36 Mitchell 0-2 2-5 2 1 2 2 0 26 Butler 2-4 0-0 0 0 5 1 1 26 Houts 5-15 6-8 7 4 18 3 1 40- Robinson 1-8 2-2 5 1 4 0 2 29 Taylor 0-4 0-2 1 3 0 1 0 15 Hancock 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 4 Puleo 1-1 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 3 Carn 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Marshall 2-4 0-0 2 2 4 0 0 18 TOTALS 23-67 10-10 32 10 61 15 7 200 Stoddard 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Half: UGA 34, UA 29. 3-FGs: UGA 3-11 (Houts 1-3, Puleo 1-3, Marshall Watt 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 1-2, Mitchell 0-2, Rhoden 0-1), UA 5-21 (Russell 3-10, Raffington 1-4, TOTALS 22-51 19-35 43 16 66 6 5 200 Butler 1-3, Hancock 0-2, Jenkins 0-1, Magee 0-1). TOs: UGA 25 (Phillips Half: UGA 40, VU 23. 3-FGs: VU 5-17 (Lueders 2-4, Gibbs 1-4, 8), UA 18 (Raffington 7). Blocks: UGA 5 (2 players 2), UA 3 (Robinson Mooney 1-4, Rhoads 1-1, Marsh 0-2, Wirth 0-2), UGA 3-11 (Houts 2). Officials: Kantner, DeMayo, Humphrey. Att. - 1,942. 2-7, Puleo 1-1, Rhoden 0-2, Phillips 0-1). TOs: VU 16 (Tuomi 5), UGA 15 (Houts 5). Blocks: VU 1 (Wirth 1), UGA 3 (Robinson 2). Officials: Mattingly, Napier, Dean. Att. - 3,281.

GEORGIA (12-7, 2-2)

Angel Robinson scored a dozen points in the opening minutes of the Vanderbilt win as the Lady Dogs raced to a 25-10 lead.

A St MP 3 1 35 0 1 17 2 0 24 0 0 18 0 0 16 0 0 19 0 0 3 0 1 22 1 0 3 0 0 27 0 2 11 0 0 5 6 5 200

Rhoden 2-8 0-0 6 1 5 3 1 27 Taylor 4-10 0-0 5 1 8 1 0 22 Robinson 5-8 8-8 6 3 18 1 1 19 Mitchell 3-6 2-5 5 1 8 2 5 26 Houts 6-8 4-7 5 0 17 3 4 30 Lee 5-11 0-0 11 1 10 1 0 21 Phillips 2-11 0-0 8 0 4 2 1 18 Marshall 2-5 0-2 4 1 4 3 1 21 Stoddard 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 1 7 Watt 0-2 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 9 TOTALS 29-70 14-22 57 10 74 17 14 200 Half: UGA 43, SSU 12. 3-FGs: SSU 2-10 (Jackson 2-5, Stamps 0-2, Fields 0-1, Lard 0-1, Long 0-1), UGA 2-9 (Rhoden 1-4, Houts 1-2, Stoddard 0-2, Watt 0-1). TOs: SSU 23 (Jackson 6), UGA 12 (Mitchell 3). Blocks: SSU 6 (Fields 4), UGA 5 (Phillips 2). Officials: Brewton, Fountain, Lewis. Att. - 3,077.

Player Risper Wirth Tuomi Marsh Mooney Chisholm Lueders Coleman Rhoads Gibbs TOTALS

FLORIDA (17-2, 3-1)

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Player FGs Smith 2-7 Nelson 1-1 Fields 0-9 C. Johnson 0-2 Stamps 0-3 Johnson 2-7 Williams 0-0 Long 3-9 Barley 0-0 Jackson 2-5 Turpin 0-3 Lard 0-1 TOTALS 10-47

VANDERBILT (14-5, 3-1)

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 1-4 5 0 10 2 2 27 0-0 1 2 4 1 0 19 1-2 8 5 7 1 0 31 0-0 2 0 8 0 0 29 0-0 3 5 5 3 1 39 0-0 1 1 0 1 0 5 0-0 5 2 0 0 0 17 7-8 7 2 11 0 2 24 0-0 2 0 0 2 0 8 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9-14 39 17 45 10 5 200

Sorenson 4-10 0-0 7 1 12 2 0 35 Smith 2-5 0-0 6 2 4 1 3 30 Dotson 8-17 4-7 6 0 20 1 2 31 Yenser 0-1 0-0 3 0 0 2 1 16 Brooks 5-10 2-3 2 2 15 6 2 26 Thompson 2-7 0-3 4 2 4 0 2 26 Stewart 0-2 0-0 2 2 0 0 1 6 Lucas 0-3 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 17 Henry 3-5 0-0 2 4 6 0 0 10 Crawford 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 3 TOTALS 24-60 6-13 39 14 61 13 11 200 Half: UF 27, UGA 25. 3-FGs: UGA 4-15 (Puleo 2-4, Houts 1-5, Rhoden 1-4, Mitchell 0-1, Taylor 0-1), UF 7-19 (Sorensen 4-9, Brooks 3-4, Thompson 0-3, Smith 0-2, Yenser 0-1). TOs: UGA 23 (Houts 7), UF 15 (2 players 3). Blocks: UGA 3 (3 players 1), UF 4 (Stewart 2). Officials: Newton, Day, Dickerson. Att. - 2,413.

1/15/09 • Athens, Ga.

SAVANNAH STATE (3-14)

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No. 19 Florida 61, Georgia 45

GEORGIA (11-7, 1-2)

Player Rhoden Taylor Robinson Puleo Houts Lee Mitchell Phillips Marshall Stoddard Watt TOTALS

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Georgia 67, No. 5/4 Auburn 58

1/29/09 • Athens, Ga.

AUBURN (20-1, 5-1)

Player S. Hobbs Bonner Jackson Smalley Boddie Jennings Simmons R. Hobbs Carrier TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 4-12 3-4 8 3 11 2 2 36 9-22 7-9 9 1 27 2 1 38 3-8 0-2 5 4 6 0 0 33 1-7 0-0 3 2 2 2 0 31 2-11 2-2 2 4 6 4 2 35 1-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 9 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 0 0 5 1-2 0-2 5 1 2 0 1 11 21-63 14-21 41 16 58 10 6 200

Player Govero Lumanu Mokango Porter Rack Tate Johnson Roberts Grimes TOTALS

2/5/09 • Knoxville, Tenn.

Player Marshall Phillips Robinson Puleo Houts Taylor Rhoden TOTALS

FGs 8-14 3-14 3-7 0-3 3-6 0-3 0-1 17-48

FTs Reb Pf Pts 0-0 8 3 16 4-4 3 3 10 0-1 7 4 6 0-0 0 2 0 4-4 3 2 11 0-0 4 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 8-9 27 15 43

TENNESSEE (17-5, 6-2)

A St MP 1 1 35 1 0 36 0 0 34 1 1 30 3 2 40 0 0 10 0 0 15 6 4 200

Stricklen 4-9 0-1 6 4 9 4 0 25 Johnson 7-13 6-9 10 2 20 1 1 35 Fuller 6-12 0-0 10 1 13 5 1 32 Bjorklund 5-13 0-0 1 2 11 7 1 37 Manning 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Bass 1-4 0-0 3 1 3 3 0 29 Smallbone 1-2 0-1 2 1 3 0 0 7 Brewer 1-4 0-0 5 3 2 0 0 10 Cain 6-11 0-0 8 2 12 0 0 25 TOTALS 31-68 6-11 45 16 73 20 3 200 Half: UT 32, UGA 24. 3-FGs: UGA 1-6 (Houts 1-2, Puleo 0-2, Marshall 0-1, Taylor 0-1), UT 5-16 (Bass 1-4, Bjorklund 1-4, Stricklen 1-4, Fuller 1-2, Smallbone 1-2). TOs: UGA 18 (Marshall 6), UT 11 (Cain 5). Blocks: UGA 3 (Robinson 2), UT 7 (Cain 6). Officials: Kantner, Mattingly, Zentz. Att. - 16,058.

FTs Reb Pf Pts 0-0 0 1 0 3-4 8 3 11 0-0 3 2 2 2-2 3 2 12 0-0 0 4 18 2-2 9 4 4 0-0 2 1 2 0-0 0 1 0 1-1 5 1 8 8-9 33 19 57

A St MP 0 0 6 2 4 31 0 0 26 2 0 34 1 1 33 0 0 21 3 1 31 0 0 0+ 1 1 18 9 7 200

Marshall 5-14 3-3 5 3 13 5 1 36 Phillips 6-12 6-6 10 1 18 1 2 37 Robinson 3-5 7-7 9 2 13 0 0 34 Puleo 1-6 4-4 5 1 7 1 1 36 Houts 3-8 1-2 1 1 8 4 1 40 Taylor 3-4 0-0 2 0 6 0 1 9 Mitchell 2-3 0-0 1 1 4 0 1 8 TOTALS 23-52 21-22 35 9 69 11 7 200 Half: UGA 37, MSU 20. 3-FGs: MSU 9-27 (Rack 6-15, Lumanu 2-3, Grimes 1-3, Johnson 0-4, Govero 0-1, Porter 0-1), UGA 2-12 (Puleo 1-5, Houts 1-4, Marshall 0-3). TOs: MSU 16 (3 players 3), UGA 14 (2 players 4). Blocks: MSU 2 (Mokango 2), UGA 6 (Phillips 3). Officials: Newton, Morris, Bonner. Att. - 5,965.

Porsha Phillips 18-point, 10-rebound effort against Mississippi State was her first doubledouble in SEC play.

Ashley Houts dished out a career-high 13 assists – to just one turnover – in Georgia’s win over previously undefeated Auburn.

GEORGIA (15-8, 5-3)

FGs 0-1 3-8 1-5 5-11 6-18 1-3 1-5 0-0 3-8 20-59

GEORGIA (15-7, 5-2)

Rhoden 2-2 0-0 1 0 5 1 1 11 Phillips 5-6 0-0 4 5 10 1 1 20 Robinson 8-11 0-0 5 5 17 1 1 39 Mitchell 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 5 Houts 1-5 4-6 6 1 6 13 1 40 Taylor 2-11 0-0 6 1 4 0 0 20 Puleo 3-7 2-2 2 0 10 4 0 36 Marshall 7-11 0-0 4 3 15 1 0 29 TOTALS 28-54 6-8 32 15 67 21 4 200 Half: AU 29, 28. 3-FGs: AU 2-15 (Bonner 2-6, Smalley 0-6, S. Hobbs 0-3), UGA 5-12 (Puleo 2-5, Marshall 1-2, Rhoden 1-1, Robinson 1-1, Houts 0-3). TOs: AU 14 (2 players 3), UGA 17 (Marshall 4). Blocks: AU 5 (Bonner 3), UGA 4 (Robinson 3). Officials: Enterline, Roberts, Day. Att. - 4,119.

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2/1/09 • Athens, Ga.

MISSISSIPPI STATE (16-6, 3-4)

GEORGIA (14-7, 4-2)

No. 12/17 Tennessee 73, Georgia 43

Georgia 69, Mississippi State 57

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Arkansas 77, Georgia 64

2/8/09 • Athens, Ga.

ARkANSAS (13-11, 2-7)

Player FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP Harris 2-8 0-0 2 2 5 0 0 22 Brereton 4-7 2-2 7 4 12 0 3 30 Jones 2-4 0-0 8 4 4 2 0 26 Arnold 1-4 0-0 3 3 3 2 0 25 Ricketts 4-12 4-6 5 2 13 10 3 35 Daniels 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 2 Inman 1-1 0-0 1 1 3 0 0 7 McCray 6-9 3-8 7 1 15 0 0 25 Richardson 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Ford 5-11 8-9 3 1 22 1 0 26 TOTALS 25-57 17-25 41 19 77 15 6 200

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No. 24/24 Vanderbilt 80, Georgia 64

2/15/09 • Nashville, Tenn.

GEORGIA (15-10, 5-5) Player Marshall Phillips Robinson Puleo Houts Taylor Mitchell Rhoden TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 7-16 0-0 8 4 14 3 0 38 2-5 2-2 1 5 6 0 1 12 6-8 5-7 8 2 17 1 1 36 0-4 0-0 3 3 0 1 2 25 3-11 0-0 1 3 7 4 1 40 8-13 3-6 5 2 20 1 1 33 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 3 0 10 0-2 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 6 26-59 10-15 33 21 64 13 6 200

VANDERBILT (20-6, 9-2)

Risper 2-7 6-6 7 2 10 3 1 36 Wirth 8-15 1-2 6 1 21 0 3 40Marshall 5-11 2-2 4 3 12 2 0 30 Tuomi 5-11 0-0 6 3 10 0 0 19 Phillips 4-11 5-7 7 3 13 1 0 28 Marsh 4-12 7-7 2 4 18 2 2 38 Robinson 1-3 0-1 6 5 3 0 2 28 Rhoads 1-2 3-5 2 3 5 6 0 33 Puleo 5-10 2-3 1 3 13 2 1 38 Chisholm 1-3 0-0 3 1 2 0 1 9 Houts 6-13 3-4 3 1 18 6 1 40 Lueders 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 4 Taylor 2-6 1-3 3 3 5 2 0 24 Mooney 1-3 2-2 1 2 4 3 1 9 Rhoden 0-2 0-2 2 3 0 0 0 12 Gibbs 4-5 0-0 3 0 10 1 3 12 TOTALS 23-56 13-22 33 21 64 13 4 200 Malo 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0+ TOTALS 26-58 19-22 36 16 80 16 11 200 Half: UGA 35, UA 32. 3-FGs: AR 10-24 (Ford 4-7, Brereton 2-4, Harris 1-4, Ricketts 1-4, Arnold 1-3, Inman 1-1, Richardson 0-1) UGA Half: VU 34, UGA 29. 3-FGs: UGA 2-13 (Houts 1-7, Taylor 1-2, Puleo 0-3, 5-17 (Houts 3-7, Puleo 1-6, Robinson 1-1, Marshall 0-2, Rhoden Marshall 0-1), VU 9-20 (Wirth 4-8, Marsh 3-9, Gibbs 2-3). TOs: UGA 19 0-1). TOs: UA 11 (McCray 5), UGA 11 (2 players 3). Blocks: UA 0, (Houts 6), VU 15 (Risper 3). Blocks: UGA 3 (Robinson 2), VU 2 (Mooney UGA 2 (2 players 1). Officials: Brooks-Clauser, Gulbeyan, Roberts. 2). Officials: Kantner, Enterline, Courteau. Att. - 5,010. Att. - 6,980.

GEORGIA (15-9, 5-4)

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LSU 57, Georgia 46

LSU (14-9, 7-4)

Player Hightower Morris Barrett Graham Eason Kelly Hughes Jones Dunning Turnbow TOTALS

2/19/09 • Athens, Ga.

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 8-19 0-1 6 1 16 5 3 40 2-8 4-4 6 2 8 1 1 34 5-14 5-6 10 3 15 2 1 32 5-11 1-1 3 3 11 1 1 30 1-2 0-0 4 2 2 1 2 31 1-3 0-0 0 0 3 1 0 17 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 2 0 8 23-58 10-12 36 14 57 13 8 200

GEORGIA (15-11, 5-6)

Mitchell 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Phillips 3-9 0-0 2 0 6 0 0 17 Robinson 6-12 2-4 15 4 15 1 0 39 Puleo 0-3 0-0 4 1 0 2 1 34 Houts 2-7 3-4 4 4 8 4 2 40 Taylor 4-12 0-0 5 1 9 1 1 23 Rhoden 0-0 0-2 0 2 0 1 0 22 Marshall 2-6 4-5 3 3 8 1 1 21 TOTALS 17-49 9-15 36 15 46 10 5 200 Half: LSU 32, UGA 25. 3-FGs: LSU 1-7 (Kelly 1-3, Hightower 0-4), UGA 3-9 (Houts 1-2, Robinson 1-2, Taylor 1-2, Puleo 0-3). TOs: LSU 10 (Hightower 3), UGA 15 (3 players 3). Blocks: LSU 2 (2 players 1), UGA 4 (Robinson 3). Officials: Brewton, Brooks-Clauser, Newton. Att. - 4,077.

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No. 3/3 Auburn 65, Georgia 59

2/22/09 • Auburn, Ala.

GEORGIA (15-12, 5-7) Player Marshall Taylor Robinson Puleo Houts Rhoden Phillips TOTALS

FGs 4-15 4-13 8-14 2-5 2-7 0-0 6-10 26-64

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 5 2 8 3 2 37 1-3 5 2 9 0 0 24 1-1 14 3 17 2 0 37 1-2 4 5 6 1 1 30 0-0 2 2 5 9 3 40 1-2 1 2 1 1 0 13 1-1 4 4 13 1 0 19 5-9 39 20 59 17 6 200

AUBURN (26-2, 11-2)

S. Hobbs 1-7 5-6 4 3 7 1 0 32 Jackson 4-7 2-2 2 2 10 0 0 22 Bonner 6-16 9-10 9 2 22 1 0 40 Smalley 2-7 4-6 6 2 10 2 3 37 Boddie 4-10 0-0 6 1 8 9 1 38 R. Hobbs 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 9 Hilliard 4-6 0-0 4 2 8 0 0 21 Carrier 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 TOTALS 21-55 20-24 36 12 65 14 4 200 Half: UGA 29, AU 27. 3-FGs: UGA 2-11 (Houts 1-5, Puleo 1-4, Marshall 0-1), AU 3-8 (Smalley 2-6, Bonner 1-2). TOs: UGA 14 (Robinson 4), AU 10 (2 players 3). Blocks: UGA 2 (2 players 1), AU 2 (Bonner 2). Officials: Brooks-Clauser, Cunningham, Gulbeyan. Att. - 7,006.

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Georgia 61, kentucky 57

2/26/09 • Lexington, Ky.

GEORGIA (16-12, 6-7)

Player Mitchell Taylor Robinson Puleo Houts Rhoden Phillips TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 1-2 0-0 2 1 2 0 0 8 1-4 0-0 2 1 2 0 1 11 3-8 3-7 11 4 9 1 1 37 3-8 0-0 2 3 8 3 0 38 7-13 9-10 0 3 26 4 3 40 1-4 1-2 4 4 3 1 0 34 5-12 1-2 11 2 11 2 1 32 21-51 14-21 35 18 61 11 6 200

Player Sorensen Smith Dotson Lucas Brooks Thompson Stewart Madu Yenser Henry TOTALS

kENTUCky (14-14, 4-9)

Jackson 1-1 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 6 Roddy 2-10 4-4 9 5 8 0 0 32 Dunlap 7-12 2-7 11 1 16 1 2 40 Ormerod 4-15 3-3 10 2 11 1 1 33 Smith 3-10 3-6 1 3 11 2 0 34 Morrow 1-6 3-4 4 1 5 0 0 25 Edelen 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Franklin 2-9 0-0 6 4 4 0 0 28 TOTALS 20-64 15-24 44 16 57 5 3 200 Half: UGA 30, UK 20. 3-FGs: UGA 5-12 (Houts 3-4, Puleo 2-7, Rhoden 0-1), UK 2-17 (Smith 2-7, Ormerod 0-5, Morrow 0-3, Edelen 0-1, Franklin 0-1). TOs: UGA 16 (Houts 5), UK 16 (2 players 5). Blocks: UGA 4 (Robinson 3), UK 2 (2 players 1). Officials: Enterline, Napier, Newton. Att. - 5,112.

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Georgia 82, kentucky 64

3/5/09 • North Little Rock, Ark.

kENTUCky (15-15) Player Franklin Dunlap Roddy Ormerod Smith Morrow Edelen TOTALS

FGs FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 5-14 0-0 9 3 14 2 3 38 4-10 2-4 5 2 10 2 4 37 6-16 8-8 5 1 20 0 0 38 3-7 1-2 4 2 8 5 1 31 1-8 0-0 1 4 2 3 1 29 2-6 4-5 2 3 10 2 1 24 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 21-62 15-19 32 15 64 14 10 200

GEORGIA (18-12)

Rhoden 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 11 Taylor 1-1 0-0 2 1 2 0 0 15 Robinson 6-7 0-0 10 3 12 0 3 38 Puleo 2-2 2-3 3 1 8 4 4 24 Houts 6-14 7-9 1 2 22 5 1 40Mitchell 3-3 0-0 1 2 7 0 0 11 Phillips 5-10 4-4 5 4 14 1 1 27 Marshall 8-12 0-0 3 3 17 6 3 34 TOTALS 31-49 13-16 29 16 82 16 12 200 Half: UK 30, UGA 29. 3-FGs: UK 7-18 (Franklin 4-8, Morrow 2-4, Ormerod 1-3, Smith 0-3), UGA 7-9 (Houts 3-5, Puleo 2-2, Marshall 1-1, Mitchell 1-1). TOs: UK 19 (Smith 6), UGA 21 (2 players 5). Blocks: UK 1 (Smith 1), UGA 9 (Phillips 4). Officials: Kantner, Dean, Dickerson. Att. - 2,952.

FGs 5-15 3-9 10-16 1-3 5-18 3-9 3-7 0-0 0-1 0-0 30-78

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 1-2 3 2 15 3 2 38 0-0 5 3 7 1 0 29 2-2 8 4 22 0 2 27 2-2 3 4 4 2 1 18 0-0 3 4 13 7 1 36 0-0 6 1 8 1 1 24 0-1 7 3 6 1 0 14 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 4 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 9 5-7 44 21 75 15 8 200

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No. 22/23 Vanderbilt 69, Georgia 61

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GEORGIA (18-13)

Player Rhoden Taylor Robinson Puleo Houts Mitchell Phillips Marshall TOTALS

FGs 0-0 2-8 13-18 3-6 1-4 0-0 2-7 4-13 25-56

FTs Reb Pf Pts A St MP 0-0 0 1 0 1 0 4 2-2 6 3 6 2 0 28 2-2 16 3 29 2 0 38 0-0 2 0 9 5 0 40 0-0 5 1 3 3 0 40 0-0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1-2 3 5 5 0 0 14 1-2 5 3 9 4 1 34 6-8 39 17 61 18 1 200

VANDERBILT (22-8)

Mooney 2-6 0-0 5 3 4 3 1 19 Risper 4-8 3-3 7 3 11 8 2 39 Wirth 7-23 7-8 7 1 23 3 3 40 Marsh 4-12 0-0 2 2 12 1 1 40 Rhoads 3-7 0-0 1 0 6 2 0 37 Chisholm 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Gibbs 5-10 0-0 8 2 13 1 0 24 TOTALS 25-67 10-11 34 11 69 18 7 200 Half: VU 35, UGA 25. 3-FGs: UGA 5-12 (Puleo 3-6, Houts 1-3, Robinson 1-1, Marshall 0-2), VU 9-26 (Marsh 4-10, Gibbs 3-7, Wirth 2-8, Mooney 0-1). TOs: UGA 12 (3 players 3), VU 3 (Mooney 2). Blocks: UGA 3 (Robinson 3), VU 2 (2 players 1). Officials: Mattingly, Roberts, Dickerson. Att. - 3,386.

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FLORIDA (23-6, 9-5)

With six inches of snow outside, Danielle Tayloe warmed up Stegeman Coliseum with 12 points against Florida on Senior Day.

R E C A P

Georgia 84, No. 17 Florida 75

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Mitchell 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 0 5 Taylor 6-11 0-0 4 0 12 0 0 27 Robinson 4-8 2-2 9 5 10 0 0 23 Puleo 3-5 0-0 1 1 9 2 0 29 Houts 6-12 1-2 3 1 14 4 2 40 Rhoden 2-5 0-0 1 0 5 4 1 23 Phillips 8-14 4-4 8 1 20 1 2 30 Marshall 4-8 6-11 5 1 14 1 2 23 TOTALS 33-63 13-19 39 9 84 14 7 200 Half: UGA 45, UF 38. 3-FGs: UF 10-30 (Sorensen 4-10, Brooks 3-8, Thompson 2-6, Smith 1-3, Lucas 0-2, Yenser 0-1), UGA 5-15 (Puleo 3-5, Houts 1-5, Rhoden 1-3, Marshall 0-2). TOs: UF 16 (Brooks 6), UF 14 (Phillips 6). Blocks: UF 2 (2 players 1), UGA 3 (Phillips 2). Officials: Roberts, Sidlasky, Fountain. Att. - 6,465.

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Arizona State 58, Georgia 47

GEORGIA (18-14)

Player Marshall Taylor Robinson Puleo Houts Mitchell Rhoden Phillips TOTALS

FGs 3-10 3-5 4-10 2-5 3-7 0-0 0-2 3-6 18-45

3/21/09 • Duluth, Ga. FTs Reb Pf Pts 0-0 5 2 6 0-0 4 2 6 1-2 9 2 9 3-3 2 1 9 0-2 1 4 8 0-0 1 1 0 0-0 1 1 0 3-4 2 2 9 7-11 27 15 47

ARIzONA STATE (24-8)

A St MP 2 1 33 0 0 22 0 3 40 1 1 25 4 3 40 0 0 9 1 0 13 0 1 18 8 9 200

Orsillo 3-10 0-0 0 2 7 4 0 28 Murphy 6-6 0-0 11 2 12 0 0 24 Dosty 1-3 0-0 7 1 2 1 0 16 Engelbrecht 1-3 1-2 1 0 3 0 1 21 January 4-13 1-2 3 1 10 9 2 31 Fanaika 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 9 Earl 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 5 Thompson 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Brandon 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 5 Fage 0-2 0-0 3 1 0 1 1 22 Tobin 5-7 2-3 5 0 12 0 1 21 Lacey 5-7 2-2 2 1 12 0 0 15 TOTALS 25-54 6-9 34 10 58 15 7 200 Half: ASU 27, UGA 20. 3-pointers: UGA 4-11 (Puleo 2-5, Houts 2-4, Marshall 0-1, Rhoden 0-1), ASU 2-13 (January 1-5, Orsillo 1-4, Earl 0-1, Engelbrecht 0-1, Fage 0-1, Lacey 0-1). Turnovers: UGA 19 (2 players 4), ASU 16 (2 players 4). Blocks: UGA 3 (Robinson 3), ASU 2 (Dosty 2). Officials: Kantner, Jones, Ruland. Att. - 2,027.


In this section...

Georgia Basketball Timeline ..............................116-117 Individual Records ....................................................118 Team Records/Opponent Records ...........................119 Stegeman Coliseum Records ...................................120 Individual Game, Season & Career Leaders .... 121-124 Class Records ..........................................................125 Team Single-Game Records ....................................126 Opponent Single-Game Records .............................127 Team Season Records .............................................128 Margins of Victory & Defeat / Overtime Games........128 1,000-point scorers ........................................... 129-131 Season-by-Season Records / Head Coaches ..........132 Season-by-Season Results .............................. 133-143 Records vs. All Opponents & Conferences ...... 144-145 Results vs. All Opponents................................. 146-151 Annual Statistical Leaders ................................ 152-154 SEC & NCAA Statistical Leaders..............................155 Season-by-Season Team Stats ........................ 156-157 Holiday Tournament Results............................. 158-159 SEC Tournament Results ................................. 160-161 NCAA Tournament Results ............................... 162-163 Televised Games .............................................. 164-165 AP Poll History.................................................. 166-168 Championship Teams ....................................... 169-180 All-Time Letterwinners ..............................................181 All-Time Jersey Numbers .........................................182 All-Time Letterwinners Stats ............................. 183-185 National Awards................................................ 186-187 SEC Awards ..................................................... 188-189 Freshman Awards............................................. 190-191 Academic & Service Awards............................. 192-193 Halls of Fame ................................................... 194-195 USA Basketball ................................................. 196-197 WNBA ............................................................... 198-199 25th-Season Anniversary All-Time Team ..................200

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Georgia Basketball Timeline Georgia’s

Milestone Wins No. 1

Jan. 17, 1974

No. 50

Jan. 28, 1980

No. 100

Feb. 25, 1982

No. 150

Feb. 15, 1984

No. 200

Jan. 9, 1986

No. 250

Dec. 19, 1987

No. 300

Jan. 6, 1990

No. 350

Jan. 11, 1992

No. 400

Nov. 27. 1994

No. 450

March 15, 1996

No. 500

Dec. 1, 1998

No. 550

Feb. 24, 2000

No. 600

Feb. 21, 2002

No. 650

Nov. 26, 2004

No. 700

Nov. 29, 2006

No. 750

Dec. 1, 2008

UGA 43, DeKalb 42

UGA 83, Piedmont 66 UGA 66, Auburn 65 UGA 84, Auburn 68

UGA 97, Ga. Southern 47 UGA 59, VCU 51

UGA 70, Florida 58

UGA 83, Kentucky 65 UGA 95, MTSU 71

UGA 98, St. Francis 66

H I S T O R y

UGA 97, Manhattan 63 UGA 72, Alabama 37 UGA 73, Alabama 62 UGA 77, Idaho 55

UGA 95, Memphis 46 UGA 77, ETSU 57

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January 17, 1974 – The Lady Bulldogs defeat DeKalb College, 43-42, to secure their first victory in their second game. It will be February 28, 1983 before Georgia once again sports a .500 winning percentage as a program. January 9, 1976 – Georgia defeats Tift College, 74-48, in their season opener and first-ever game in then-Georgia Coliseum. The Lady Bulldogs go on to finish 11-9 that season, their only winning campaign prior to Andy Landers’ arrival. April 24, 1979 – In his first head coaching hiring since becoming UGA’s AD, Vince Dooley names 26-year-old Andy Landers as the Lady Bulldogs’ first full-time coach. January 30, 1980 – The Lady Bulldogs thump North Georgia College, 87-42, to secure only the second winning season in school history. June 16, 1980 – Bernadette Locke is named to the second team of the Skoal/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica squad. December 12, 1980 – Georgia defeats Tulsa, 97-79, to make Landers UGA’s winningest women’s basketball coach in only his 34th game. February 16, 1981 – The Lady Dogs top Vanderbilt, 9471, to give Georgia its first 20-win season. March 28, 1981 – Georgia downs Arizona State, 75-73 in overtime, in Amarillo, Texas to win the Women’s NIT Championship. June 2, 1981 – Janet Harris, the National Player of the Year out of Chicago’s Marshall High School, signs with Georgia in the first of Landers’ numerous recruiting coups. November 18, 1981 – Landers’ Lady Bulldogs enter the Associated Press Top 20 poll for the first time in history at No. 12. Other than a two-week hiatus at the end of the 1981-82 season, Georgia remained in the poll for more than a decade until December 9, 1991. May 4, 1982 – Janet Harris becomes only the fourth freshman ever named to the prestigious Kodak All-America team. March 6, 1983 – Led by tournament MVP Teresa Edwards, Georgia defeats Ole Miss, 72-69, to claim the Lady Bulldogs’ first SEC Championship. The No. 15 Lady Rebels represent the third ranked foe Georgia beat en route to the crown in Knoxville, Tenn. (also topping No. 8 Tennessee and No. 19 LSU). March 2, 1984 – In the first-ever SEC post-season awards, Andy Landers is named SEC Coach of the Year and freshman Katrina McClain is named SEC Rookie of the Year.

March 31, 1985 – Georgia reaches to the NCAA Championship game for the first time by defeating Western Kentucky, 91-78, before falling to Old Dominion, 70-65. March 3, 1986 – Katrina McClain is named MVP of the SEC Tourney after leading the Lady Dogs to their third championship in a four-year span. In three games, McClain scored 79 points (26.3 ppg), grabbed 31 rebounds (10.3 rpg), blocked seven shots and collected seven steals. March 27, 1986 – Teresa Edwards and Katrina McClain are both named Kodak All-Americans, giving UGA two honorees for two straight years. September 29, 1988 – Teresa Edwards scores 18 points to lead the United States to a 77-70 win over Yugoslavia in the Gold Medal game of the Seoul Olympics. January 5, 1991 – The Lady Bulldogs make history as one of four teams to participate in the first-ever regular-season network TV broadcast of women’s hoops, downing Iowa 62-51 on CBS. February 23, 1991 – Georgia tops No. 5 Auburn, 7066, before a Coliseum-record crowd of 9,011 to clinch the SEC title. November 17, 1992 – La’Keshia Frett, the nation’s top prep prospect, joins an outstanding recruiting class which already includes three other prep All-Americans. The next spring, Kedra Holland, a fourth, also inks with UGA. In only his fourth season at Georgia, Landers guided the Lady Bulldogs to the 1983 NCAA Final March 6 & 8, 1993 – At the SEC Tourney in Albany, Ga., the Lady Dogs play two No. 1 teams in a Four, the first of five trips his teams have now made span of three days as Georgia defeats top-ranked to the pinnacle of women’s hoops. Tennessee, 73-72, in the quarterfinals and then faces Vanderbilt, the nation’s new No. 1, two March 3-5, 1984 – Georgia captures the SEC Tourney days later in the final. title by defeating three nationally-ranked teams in March 3, 1994 – La’Keshia Frett is named the SEC consecutive days, downing No. 18 Auburn, 102Freshman of the Year. 72; No. 9 LSU, 84-77; and No. 12 Alabama 74-65 March 25, 1995 – Kedra Holland explodes to score 11 en route to the crown. of her 15 points in the final 3:15 of the Midwest May 24, 1984 – Teresa Edwards earns a spot on Regional final to lead Georgia to an 82-79 win the United States Olympic team, becoming the over No. 2 Colorado and push the Lady Bulldogs youngest member of the squad for the Los Angeinto their third Final Four. les Games. November 9, 1996 – Sports Illustrated tabs the Lady January 6, 1985 – In a clash between two of the naBulldogs as its pre-season No. 1 team. tion’s premier women’s basketball’s programs, January 29, 1996 – Spurred by five straight wins over Georgia defeats the sixth-ranked Southern Cal ranked opponents (including both No. 3 ConWomen of Troy, 77-56, in front of 7,544 fans at necticut and No. 4 Tennessee), Georgia climbs to the Georgia Coliseum. No. 1 in both polls. March 21 & 23, 1985 – The Lady Bulldogs top the No. March 24, 1996 – Andy Landers and Saudia Round18 UCLA Bruins (and Jackie Joyner), 78-42, on tree are tabbed the Boost/Naismith National their home Pauley Pavilion floor and then down Coach and Player of the Year in a CBS national No. 3 Long Beach State, 97-82, two days later to broadcast. advance to the Final Four.

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Georgia Basketball Timeline March 25, 1996 – The Lady Dogs knock off topranked Louisiana Tech, 90-76, in the Midwest Regional Championship to advance to a second straight Final Four. July 19, 1996 – On her 32nd birthday, Teresa Edwards opens the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta with the reading of the Athlete’s Oath at the Opening Ceremonies on behalf of athletes from all 197 nations competing in Atlanta. Katrina McClain is one of eight U.S. Olympic greats selected to assist the delivery of the Olympic flag to the ceremonies. February 19, 1997 – Kedra Holland-Corn hits a layup with 5.5 seconds left to give the Lady Dogs a 6664 win over Florida and clinch Georgia’s second straight SEC Championship. June 6, 1997 – La’Keshia Frett, Brandi Decker, Tracy Henderson and Tiffany Walker graduate four years after they enrolled at Georgia. January 10, 1999 – Georgia downs LSU, 73-60, in Baton Rouge to improve to 14-0 on the season, the best start ever by the Lady Dogs. A day after sweeping Naismith National Coach and Player of they Year honors, Landers and Saudia Roundtree also celebrated cutting down the nets at the 1996 Midwest Regional.

March 22, 1999 – A youthful Georgia squad, with just one senior on the roster, pounces Iowa State, 89-71, in the Mideast Regional final to advance to a third Final Four in five years. March 24, 1999 – Kelly Miller is named to the Kodak All-America team, the first Lady Bulldog sophomore ever to earn a spot on the prestigious unit. March 25, 2000 – Paced by double-doubles from Tawana McDonald and Kelly Miller, Georgia tops North Carolina, 83-57, in the “Sweet 16” to give Landers his 650th win overall and the Lady Dogs’ their school-record 32nd victory of the campaign. March 29, 2000 – The U.S. Basketball Writers Association tabs Landers its National Coach of the Year, the fourth such honor of his career. April 20, 2001 – Kelly Miller, Deanna Nolan and Coco Miller are the No. 2, No. 6 and No. 9 picks in the WNBA draft, marking the first time a school has supplied three first-rounders. March 24, 2003 – No. 19-ranked Georgia, a No. 5 seed, “upsets” No. 23-ranked Rutgers, a No. 4 seed, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs then drop a 66-63 decision to top-seeded Duke in the “Sweet 16” despite dressing out only seven players. Landers dubbed his team “The Miracle Workers.” March 6, 2004 – Freshman Janese Hardrick’s running jumper with 0.9 seconds remaining in OT lifts Georgia to a 68-66 victory over No. 1 Tennessee in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament. February 2, 2006 – Georgia shoots a sizzling 64.2 percent from the field to dispatch No. 21 Kentucky, 91-57, to supply Andy Landers with his 650th victory as the Lady Bulldogs’ head coach. March 9, 2006 – Senior Sherill Baker and sophomore Tasha Humphrey are named among the dozen finalists for the State Farm/Wade Trophy. February 2, 2006 – With Landers in attendance, Deanna Nolan leads the Detroit Shock to an 8075 win over Sacramento in the decisive Game 5 of the WNBA Finals. Nolan is named Finals Most Valuable Player and hoists the championship trophy with two more former Lady Bulldogs – Kedra Holland-Corn and Kara Braxton – who are her teammates with the Shock. November 12, 2006 – The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame announces that Andy Landers will be inducted into its membership in 2007. The announcement is made in association with the State Farm Tip-off Classic, where the Lady Bulldogs defeat eventual NCAA Runner-up Rutgers, 78-69, despite having only seven players dressed out.

Landers’

Milestone UGA Wins No. 1

Nov. 10, 1979

No. 50

Dec. 18, 1981

No. 100

Dec. 29, 1983

No. 150

March 29, 1985

No. 200

Feb. 15, 1987

No. 250

Feb. 22, 1989

No. 300

Feb. 23, 1991

No. 350

Dec. 15, 1993

No. 400

Jan. 8, 1996

No. 450

Dec. 29, 1997

No. 500

Dec. 29, 1999

No. 550

Dec. 2, 2001

No. 600

Feb. 1, 2004

No. 650

Feb. 2, 2006

No. 700

Jan. 24, 2008

UGA 88, Piedmont 69

UGA 80, Memphis St. 68

UGA 93, Miami (Ohio) 36 UGA 81, Western Ky. 78 UGA 89, Vanderbilt 72 UGA 86, Howard 49 UGA 70, Auburn 66

Teresa Edwards’ poetic and heartfelt “farewell to my one true love” speech at the United States Olympic Hall of Fame induction ceremonies drew a standing ovation.

December 3, 2006 – Georgia defeats Georgia Tech, 79-69, to give his Andy Landers his 664th win with the Lady Bulldogs, making him the winningest college basketball coach in the State of Georgia’s history. February 27, 2007 – Peach State products Ashley Houts, Christy Marshall and Angel Robinson all are named to the coaches’ Freshman All-SEC team, the first trio of teammates to do so. January 24, 2008 – Andy Landers posts his 700th victory at Georgia is an 82-55 thumping of Florida. March 17, 2008 – Tasha Humphrey is named firstteam All-SEC by the AP and in the process becomes only the third four-time consensus firstteam All-SEC performer in league history. February 28, 2009 – Landers is inducted into the State of Georgia’s Sports Hall of Fame along with two other UGA greats – men’s basketball coach Hugh Durham and football All-American and Academic All-American Terry Hoage. August 13, 2009 – Teresa Edwards is inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame.

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UGA 67, Georgia Tech 52 UGA 77, Tennessee 71 UGA 94, Fairfield 68

UGA 78, East Tenn. 51

H I S T O R y

UGA 54, California 54 UGA 71, Alabama 68

UGA 91, Kentucky 57 UGA 82, Florida 55

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Individual Records Points

Game: 45 Coco Miller vs. Charleston Southern (12/6/97) Season: 796 Katrina McClain (32 games) (1986-87) Career: 2,641 Janet Harris (131 games) (1981-85)

Points Per Game

Season: 24.9 Katrina McClain (796 in 32 games) (1986-87) Career: 20.2 Janet Harris (2,641 in 131 games) (1981-85) Game:

18 18 Season: 310 Career: 1,127 Game:

30 30 Season: 618 Career: 2,029

Field Goals Made

Coco Miller vs. Charleston Southern (12/6/97); Janet Harris vs. East Carolina (1/21/83) Katrina McClain (32 games) (1986-87) Janet Harris (131 games) (1981-85)

Field Goals Attempted

Janet Harris vs. Valdosta State (11/27/81); Tina Price vs. Florida (1/4/78) Coco Miller (34 games) (1998-99) Janet Harris (131 games) (1981-85)

Field Goal Percentage

Game (Min. 10): 1.000 Kara Braxton (11x11) vs. Furman (12/17/03) Season: .695 Katrina McClain (137x197) (1983-84) Career: .620 Katrina McClain (873x1407) (1983-87) Game:

3-Pointers Goals Made

7 7 7 Season: 85 Career: 282

H I S T O R y

Coco Miller vs. Charleston Southern (12/6/97); Kim Berry vs. South Alabama (2/25/91); Kim Berry vs.Georgia State (1/24/90) Cori Chambers (34 games) (2006-07) Cori Chambers (135 games) (2003-07)

3-Pointers Goals Attempted

Consecutive Free Throws Made 36 Kelly Miller (12/30/00-2/1/01)

Free Throws Attempted

Game: 21 Katrina McClain vs. South Alabama (11/29/86) Season: 240 Katrina McClain (32 games) (1986-87) Career: 666 Tasha Humphrey (126 games) (2004-08)

Free Throw Percentage

Game (Min. 10): 1.000 10 different players a combined 11 times Janese Hardrick (10x10) vs. Rutgers (11/12/06); Sherill Baker (10x10) vs. Tennessee (3/4/06); Tasha Humphrey (10x10) vs. Memphis (12/29/05); Janese Hardrick (10x10) vs. Tennessee (1/31/05); Alexis Kendrick (10x10) vs. Rutgers (3/24/03); Kelly Miller (10x10) vs. Florida (1/11/01); Saudia Roundtree (10x10) vs. Auburn (1/12/96); Deborah Carter (10x10) vs. Florida (1/22/92); Adrienne Shuler (11x11) vs. Tennessee (1/28/91); Camille Lowe (11x11) vs. UNCCharlotte (1/14/91); Katrina McClain (11x11) vs. Kentucky (2/23/86) Season: .942 Pam Irwin (49x52) (1996-97) Career: .852 Pam Irwin (173x203) (1996-99)

10 10 10 10 Season: 149 Career: 426 Season: Career:

Steals

Ashley Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06); Sherill Baker vs. Mississippi State (1/19/06); Kedra Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/96); Adrienne Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89) Sherill Baker (32 games) (2005-06) Sherill Baker (131 games) (2002-06)

Steals Per Game

4.7 Sherill Baker (32 games) (2005-06) 3.3 Sherill Baker (426 in 131 games) (2002-06)

Rebounds Per Game

Season: Career:

118

Game:

Blocked Shots Per Game

3.1 Tawana McDonald (103 in 33 games) (2000-01) 2.4 Katrina McClain (290 in 125 games) (1983-87)

Season: 12.4 Janet Harris (371, 30 games) (1981-82) Career: 10.7 Janet Harris (1,398, 131 games) (1981-85)

Game (Min. 5): .875 Coco Miller (7x8) vs. Charleston Southern (12/6/97) Season (Min. 30): .515 Kim Berry (35x68) (1987-88) Career (Min. 100): .428 Kim Berry (189x442) (1987-91)

Free Throws Made

Season: Career:

Tracy Henderson

14 pts., 13 rebs. & 10 blks. vs. Louisville (3/19/95)

Rebounds

Game:

Game: 16 Kelly Miller vs. Auburn (1/17/99) Season: 176 Katrina McClain (32 games) (1986-87) Career: 522 Tasha Humphrey (126 games) (2004-08)

Teresa Edwards

24 pts., 10 rebs. & 10 asts. vs. Alabama (3/1/86)

Game: 24 Katrina McClain vs. Western Kentucky (2/10/86) Season: 397 Janet Harris (34 games) (1982-83) Career: 1,398 Janet Harris (131 games) (1981-85)

Game: 14 Alexis Kendrick vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) Season: 228 Cori Chambers (34 games) (2006-07) Career: 742 Cori Chambers (135 games) (2003-07)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

“Triple Doubles�

14 14 Season: 226 Career: 653

Assists

Lady Hardmon vs. Georgia State (1/6/92); Adrienne Shuler vs. Florida State (1/31/91) Saudia Roundtree (33 games) (1994-95) Teresa Edwards (128 games) (1982-86)

Assists Per Game

6.9 Saudia Roundtree (226, 33 games) (1994-95) 6.4 Saudia Roundtree (421, 66 games) (1994-96)

Blocked Shots

Game: 10 Tracy Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95) Season: 103 Tawana McDonald (33 games) (2000-01) Career: 297 Tawana McDonald (124 games (1998-02)

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Team Records Points

Game: Season:

125 vs. South Alabama (64) (2/25/91) 2,988 1980-81 (37 games)

Game: Season:

52 vs. Valdosta St. (12/4/86) 1,234 1980-81 (37 games)

Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season:

Field Goals Made

Field Goals Attempted

101 vs. UNC Asheville (1/23/80) 2,554 1980-81 (37 games)

Field Goal Percentage

.684 vs. N.C. State (39x57) (11/30/85) .544 1985-86 (1193x2195)

3-Point Field Goals Made 13 vs. Florida (1/29/97); 13 vs. Georgia St. (1/24/90) 228 2005-06 (32 games)

Season: Game: Season:

Season:

16 vs. Mercer (2/4/87); 16 vs. Kentucky (2/1/81) 188 2001-02 (30 games)

Game: Season:

34 vs. Georgia Southern (11/28/95) 443 1980-81 (37 games)

Points: Rebounds: Assists: Blocks Steals:

89.2 46.4 21.2 6.3 12.8

Steals

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Individual Team:

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Individual Team:

Free Throws Made

Individual Team:

Free Throws Attempted

Individual Team:

Free Throw Percentage

Individual Team:

34 vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) 626 2007-08 (33 games)

.778 vs. Kentucky (7x9) (3/5/09) .416 1990-91 (92x221)

40 vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) 545 1998-99 (34 games)

53 vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) 782 1990-91 (32 games)

Game (Min. 20): .955 vs. Mississippi State (21x22) (2/1/09) .955 vs. Illinois (21x22) (3/15/86) Season: .781 2005-06 (442x566) Game:

Blocked Shots

Game:

Rebounds

72 vs. Rider (12/29/92); 72 vs. Appalachian State (12/31/82) 1,717 1980-81 (37 games)

Assists

35 vs. Louisville (3/17/84) 678 1985-86 (32 games)

Season Averages

1985-86 (2855, 32 games) 1993-94 (1300, 28 games) 1985-86 (678 in 32 games) 2001-02 (188, 30 games) 1990-91 (408, 32 games)

Points

Opponent Records

43 LaToya Thomas, Mississippi State (1/13/02) Individual 113 Mercer (2/13/80) Team:

Field Goals Made

Free Throws Attempted

Individual Team:

35 LeAnn Harrell, Valdosta State (2/18/80) 95 Valdosta State (2/18/80)

Individual (Min. 10): 1.000 Phylesha Whaley, Oklahoma (13x13) (12/11/97) Team (Min. 15): .950 Tennessee (19x20) (1/12/06)

Field Goals Attempted

Field Goal Percentage

.842 Valerie Still, Kentucky (16x19) (2/6/82) .678 Arizona State (40x59) (3/12/82)

3-Point Field Goals Made 9 13 13 13

Wendi Willits (Arkansas) (2/21/99) Georgia Southern (11/21/06); Santa Clara (11/18/05); Eastern Kentucky (1/22/90)

17 Cornelia Gayden, LSU (2/20/93) 34 South Carolina (1/29/95)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Individual Team:

Free Throws Made

18 Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) 34 Tennessee (3/5/94)

17 Sharon Tucker, Oral Roberts (11/22/80) 51 Mercer (2/13/80)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Individual Team:

1985-86 Lady Bulldogs

.857 Jennifer Howard, N.C. State (6x7) (3/25/96) .857 Auburn (6x7) (2/28/89)

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21 Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) 51 South Carolina (1/16/93)

Free Throw Percentage

Rebounds

Individual Team:

26 Susan Taylor, Valdosta State (2/18/80) 63 Tennessee (1/8/96)

Individual Team:

18 Dawn Marsh, Tennessee (3/7/88) 32 Arizona State (3/12/82); 32 Mercer (2/13/80)

Individual Team:

10 Marita Payne, Auburn (1/16/05) 12 Rice (3/19/05); 12 Kentucky (1/18/80)

Individual Team:

10 Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84) 23 Ohio State (2/6/94)

H I S T O R y

Assists

Blocked Shots Steals

119


Stegeman Coliseum Records Individual Records Points

Georgia: 43 Katrina McClain vs. UNC-Charlotte (2/10/87) Opponent: 35 Jennifer Gillon, Ole Miss (vs. Tennessee) in the 1986 SEC Tournament (3/1/86); 35 Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82)

Georgia: Opponent:

Field Goals Made

Georgia: Opponent:

Field Goals Attempted

Georgia: Opponent:

3-Point Field Goals Made

Georgia: Opponent:

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Georgia: Opponent:

Georgia: 17 Katrina McClain vs. UNC-Charlotte (2/10/87) Opponent: 16 Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82) Georgia: 30 Tina Price vs. Florida (1/4/78) Opponent: 31 Eva Lemeh, Vanderbilt (2/16/81)

Georgia: 7 Kim Berry vs. South Alabama (2/25/91) Opponent: 9 Wendi Willits, Arkansas (2/21/99)

Georgia: 13 Cori Chambers vs. Middle Tennessee (12/7/06) Opponent: 15 Alexis Rack, Mississippi State (2/1/09) 15 Doneeka Hodges, LSU (1/25/04)

Points

124 vs. Mercer (2/11/81) 97 by Connecticut (1/20/97)

Field Goals Made

52 vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) 38 by Clemson (11/28/79)

Field Goals Attempted 101 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) 83 by Florida (12/15/79)

Field Goal Percentage

13 vs. Florida (1/29/97) 13 by Santa Clara (11/19/05); 13 by Eastern Ky. (1/22/90)

Georgia: 18 Kelly Miller vs. Auburn (1/17/99) Opponent: 18 Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80)

Rebounds

Georgia: 24 Katrina McClain vs. Western Kentucky (2/10/86) Opponent: 23 Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee (3/16/85)

Assists

Georgia: 14 Adrienne Shuler vs. Florida State (1/31/91) Opponent: 12 Lori Gross, Vanderbilt (1/14/84)

Blocked Shots

Georgia: 10 Tracy Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95) Opponent: 10 Marita Payne, Auburn (1/16/05)

120

Steals

Ashley Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06) Sherill Baker vs. Mississippi State (119/06); Kedra Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/96); Adrienne Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89) Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84)

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32 vs. Florida (1/18/04) 30 by Florida (3/1/09)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Opponent: Georgia: Opponent:

Georgia: Opponent: Georgia:

Free Throws Attempted

10 10 10 10 Opponent: 10

Georgia:

3-Point Field Goals Made

Georgia: 16 Kelly Miller vs. Auburn (1/17/99) Opponent: 15 Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80)

Georgia:

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Georgia: Opponent:

.675 vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) .617 by Texas (11/26/84)

Free Throws Made

H I S T O R y

Team Records

.667 vs. Auburn (1/17/99); .667 vs. Loyola (12/1/90) .857 by Auburn (2/28/89)

Free Throws Made

40 26 26 26 26 26

vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) by Oklahoma (12/13/99) by Alabama (2/28/93) by Arkansas (1/13/93) by Northeast Louisiana (11/28/90) by Vanderbilt (2/15/87)

Free Throws Attempted 53 vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) 43 by Vanderbilt (2/15/87)

Free Throw Percentage

Opponent:

.955 vs. Mississippi State (2/1/09) .955 vs. Illinois (3/15/86) .938 by Vanderbilt (2/10/85)

Georgia: Opponent:

68 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) 63 by Tennessee (1/8/96)

Georgia: Opponent:

35 vs. Louisville (3/17/84) 24 by Clemson (11/28/79)

Georgia: Opponent:

13 13 13 12

Georgia: Opponent:

34 vs. Georgia Southern (11/28/95) 23 by Ohio State (11/30/91)

Rebounds Assists

Blocked Shots

vs. Georgia State (11/27/01); vs. Maine (11/18/01); vs. Louisville (3/19/95) by Virginia (12/4/96)

Steals


Individual Records Total Points No. 45 43 41 41 40 39 39 39 39 38 38

Points Per Game

Single-Game

Player, Opponent Coco Miller vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) Katrina McClain vs. Charlotte (2/10/87) Janet Harris vs. Clemson (12/15/82) Tina Price vs. Florida (1/4/78) Teresa Edwards vs. Tennessee (1/29/86) Katrina McClain vs. Vanderbilt (2/15/87) Katrina McClain vs. Kentucky (2/23/86) Janet Harris vs. Florida (1/12/85) Janet Harris vs. Valdosta St. (11/27/81) Tasha Humphrey vs. Santa Clara (1/18/05) Janet Harris vs. ECU (1/21/83)

Season

No. 796 700 692 663 661 630 628 628 626 624

Player (Games Played) Katrina McClain (32) Janet Harris (34) Janet Harris (34) Janet Harris (30) Katrina McClain (32) Teresa Edwards (32) Tasha Humphrey (34) Kelly Miller (34) Coco Miller (34) Tasha Humphrey (32)

No. 2641 2272 2195 2177 2131 1989 1850 1833 1764 1665

Player (Games Played) Janet Harris (131) Tasha Humphrey (126) Katrina McClain (125) Kelly Miller (131) Coco Miller (130) Teresa Edwards (128) La’Keshia Frett (122) Wanda Holloway (134) Tracy Henderson (122) Sherill Baker (131)

Career

Year 1986-87 1984-85 1982-83 1981-82 1985-86 1985-86 2004-05 1998-99 1998-99 2005-06 Years 1981-85 2004-08 1983-87 1997-01 1997-01 1982-86 1993-97 1980-84 1993-97 2002-06

Rebounds

Season

Avg. 24.9 24.1 22.1 22.1 21.3 20.6 20.6 20.4 20.1 19.7

Player (Points/Games) Katrina McClain (796/32) Tina Price (531/22) Janet Harris (663/30) Tina Price (465/21) Katrina McClain (661/32) Bernadette Locke (556/27) Janet Harris (700/34) Janet Harris (692/34) Tasha Humphrey (624/32) Teresa Edwards (630/32)

Avg. 20.2 18.3 18.0 17.6 16.6 16.4 15.7 15.5 15.2 14.5

Player (Points/Games) Janet Harris (2,641/131) Tina Price (1466/80) Tasha Humphrey (2272/126) Katrina McClain (2195/125) Kelly Miller (2177/131) Coco Miller (2131/130) Saudia Roundtree (1038/66) Teresa Edwards (1989/128) La’Keshia Frett (1850/122) Tracy Henderson (1764/122)

Career

1986-87 1977-78 1981-82 1976-77 1985-86 1979-80 1984-85 1982-83 2005-06 1985-86 Years 1981-85 1974-78 2004-07 1983-87 1997-01 1997-01 1994-96 1982-86 1993-97 1993-97

No. 24 23 23 22 22 20 20 20 19 18 18 18 18 18

Single-Game

Player, Opponent Katrina McClain vs. WCU (2/10/86) Janet Harris vs. S. Carolina (1/30/82) Wanda Holloway vs. Vanderbilt (2/16/81) Katrina McClain vs. Valdosta St. (12/4/86) Wanda Holloway vs. Mercer (2/11/81) Janet Harris vs. Clemson (2/28/83) Janet Harris vs. Clemson (12/15/82) Wanda Holloway vs. Pittsburgh (3/26/81) Janet Harris vs. Mercer (2/11/81) Angel Robinson vs. Florida St. (12/29/07) Tiffany Walker vs. S.C. State (2/23/94) Tammye Jenkins vs. Ga. Tech (11/29/89) Janet Harris vs. Cincinnati (1/2/85) Janet Harris vs. Tennessee St. (11/23/84)

Season

No. 397 392 391 371 351 314 313 304 300 298

Player (Games Played) Janet Harris (34) Wanda Holloway (37) Katrina McClain (32) Janet Harris (30) Janet Harris (34) Katrina McClain (32) Deborah Mitchell (34) Cynthia Collins (35) Tasha Humphrey (33) Angel Robinson (32)

No. 1398 1193 1163 1080 914 906 885 861 842 823

Player (Games Played) Janet Harris (131) Katrina McClain (125) Wanda Holloway (134) Tasha Humphrey (126) Tammye Jenkins (115) Christi Thomas (124) Tawana McDonald (124) Cynthia Collins (122) La’Keshia Frett (122) Tracy Henderson (122)

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Career

Year 1982-83 1980-81 1986-87 1981-82 1984-85 1985-86 1980-81 1980-81 2007-08 2008-09 Years 1981-85 1983-87 1980-84 2004-08 1987-91 2000-04 1998-02 1979-83 1993-97 1993-97

Tina Price

Career Games Played

GP 135 134 133 132 132 132 131 131 131 130 130

Player (Career Starts) Cori Chambers (106) Wanda Holloway (101) Janese Hardrick (47) Megan Darrah (94) Alexis Kendrick (132) Lisa O’Connor (126) Sherill Baker (122) Kelly Miller (131) Janet Harris (128) Coco Miller (121) Rhonda Malone (68)

Years 2003-07 1980-84 2003-07 2004-08 2002-06 1982-86 2002-06 1997-01 1981-85 1997-01 1980-84

GS 132 131 128 126 125 122 122 121 116 116

Player (Games Played) Alexis Kendrick (132) Kelly Miller (131) Janet Harris (131) Lisa O’Connor (132) Teresa Edwards (128) Tasha Humphrey (126) Sherill Baker (131) Coco Miller (130) La’Keshia Frett (122) Tracy Henderson (122)

Years 2002-06 1997-01 1981-85 1982-86 1982-86 2004-08 2002-06 1997-01 1993-97 1993-97

Career Games Started

121

H I S T O R y


Individual Records Field Goals Made

Field Goals Attempted

Single-Game

No. Player (FGs Attempted), Opponent 18 Coco Miller (26) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) 18 Janet Harris (21) vs. ECU (1/21/83) 17 Katrina McClain (24) vs. Charlotte (2/10/87) 17 Tina Price (30) vs. Florida (1/4/78) 16 Tasha Humphrey vs. Santa Clara (11/18/06) 16 Janet Harris (20) vs. Florida (1/12/85) 16 Janet Harris (24) vs. Clemson (12/15/82) 16 Janet Harris (30) vs. Valdosta St. (11/27/81) 15 11 times, most recent by Coco Miller (21) vs. C. Michigan (12/18/97)

Kedra Holland-Corn

H I S T O R y

Coco Miller

122

Season

No. 310 299 298 295 281 274 273 264 264 262

Player (FGs Attempted) Katrina McClain (552) Janet Harris (537) Janet Harris (503) Coco Miller (618) Janet Harris (527) Teresa Edwards (491) Kelly Miller (600) Kedra Holland-Corn (603) Coco Miller (609) Katrina McClain (396)

No. 1127 873 873 864 825 781 757 757 743 676

Player (FGs Attempted) Janet Harris (2029) Katrina McClain (1407) Teresa Edwards (1685) Coco Miller (1890) Tasha Humphrey (1635) Kelly Miller (1725) Tracy Henderson (1380) Wanda Holloway (1413) La’Keshia Frett (1514) Sherill Baker (1520)

Career

Year 1986-87 1982-83 1984-85 1998-99 1981-82 1985-86 1998-99 1996-97 1999-2000 1985-86 Years 1981-85 1983-87 1982-86 1997-01 2004-08 1997-01 1993-97 1980-84 1993-97 2002-06

Single-Game

No. Player (FGs Made), Opponent 30 Janet Harris (16) vs. Valdosta St. (11/27/81) 30 Tina Price (17) vs. Florida (1/4/78) 28 Tasha Humphrey vs. Santa Clara (11/18/06) 28 Tina Price (15) vs. N. Georgia (11/30/77) 28 Tina Price (11) vs. Alabany St. (11/15/77) 27 Bernadette Locke (11) vs. Auburn (2/16/80) 26 Coco Miller (18) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) 25 Katrina McClain (15) vs. Vanderbilt (2/15/87) 25 Teresa Edwards (15) vs. LSU (3/3/86) 25 Janet Harris (15) vs. Berry (12/1/82) 25 Bernadette Locke (13) vs. Miami (Ohio) (1/19/80) 25 Bernadette Locke (7) vs. Miss. St. (12/19/79) 25 Bernadette Locke (12) vs. Florida (1/2/80) No. 618 609 603 600 578 555 552 548 537 527 No. 2029 1890 1725 1685 1635 1520 1514 1413 1407 1380

Season

Player (FGs Made) Coco Miller (295) Coco Miller (264) Kedra Holland-Corn (264) Kelly Miller (273) Kelly Miller (247) Bernadette Locke (236) Katrina McClain (310) Coco Miller (238) Janet Harris (299) Janet Harris (281)

Career

Player (FGs Made) Janet Harris (1127) Coco Miller (864) Kelly Miller (781) Teresa Edwards (873) Tasha Humphrey (825) Sherill Baker (676) La’Keshia Frett (743) Wanda Holloway (757) Katrina McClain (873) Tracy Henderson (757)

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Year 1998-99 1999-00 1996-97 1998-99 1999-00 1979-80 1986-87 2001-01 1982-83 1981-82 Years 1981-85 1997-01 1997-01 1982-86 2004-08 2002-06 1993-97 1980-84 1983-87 1993-97

3-Pointers Made No. 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Single-Game

Player (3-FGs Attempted), Opponent Coco Miller (8) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) Kim Berry (11) vs. S. Alabama (2/25/91) Kim Berry (11) vs. Georgia St. (1/24/90) Kim Berry (12) vs. Miss. St. (2/18/89) Cori Chambers (12) vs. Miss. St. (1/11/07) Cori Chambers (11) vs. Brown (12/30/06) Cori Chambers (9) vs. N.C. A&T (11/15/06) Cori Chambers (9) vs. Vanderbilt (3/3/06) Megan Darrah (8) vs. Ole Miss (1/5/06) Cori Chambers (8) vs. UT-Martin (12/30/05) M.B. Lycett (8) vs. S. Carolina (2/13/03) Alexis Kendrick (12) vs. Houston (12/20/02) Kelly Miller (8) vs. Iowa St. (3/22/99) Kedra Holland-Corn (10) vs. La. Tech (12/27/96) Rachel Powell (10) vs. Manhattan (12/30/94) Mariam Lowe (8) vs. Auburn (2/7/93) Kim Berry (12) vs. Miss. St. (2/18/89) Kim Berry (8) vs. S. Carolina (2/3/88)

Season

No. 85 78 77 75 73 69 63 55 54 54

Player (3-FGs Attempted) Cori Chambers (228) Cori Chambers (184) Kedra Holland-Corn (204) Kedra Holland-Corn (208) Cori Chambers (191) Kim Berry (163) Kedra Holland-Corn (155) Mary Beth Lycett (150) Angela Puleo (155) Kelly Miller (123)

No. 282 253 189 187 174 163 149 144 136 136

Player (3-FGs Attempted) Cori Chambers (742) Kedra Holland-Corn (675) Kim Berry (442) Kelly Miller (463) Rachel Powell (440) Megan Darrah (465) Janese Hardrick (409) Alexis Kendrick (466) Coco Miller (361) Pam Irwin-Osbolt (425)

Career

Year 2006-07 2005-06 1996-97 1994-95 2004-05 1988-89 1995-96 2002-03 2007-08 1998-99 Years 2003-07 1993-97 1987-91 1997-01 1993-97 2004-08 2003-07 2002-06 1997-01 1995-99


Individual Records 3-Pointers Attempted No. 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12

Single-Game

Player (3-FGs Made), Opponent Alexis Kendrick (4) vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) Cori Chambers (6) vs. MTSU (12/7/06) Cori Chambers (5) vs. Miami (1/15/06) Cori Chambers (5) vs. Baylor (11/13/05) Cori Chambers (6) vs. Miss. St. (1/11/07) Alexis Kendrick (1) vs. Arkansas (2/8/04) Alexis Kendrick (6) vs. Houston (12/20/02) Pam Irwin (5) vs. Ole Miss (2/26/98) Kedra Holland-Corn (5) vs. Clemson (11/26/96) 12 Kim Berry (4) vs. Arkansas (3/18/90) 12 Kim Berry (7) vs. Georgia St. (1/24/90) 12 Kim Berry (7) vs. Miss. St. (2/18/89)

Season

No. 228 208 204 191 184 163 157 155 155 150

Player (3-FGs Made) Cori Chambers (85) Kedra Holland-Corn (75) Kedra Holland-Corn (77) Cori Chambers (73) Cori Chambers (78) Kim Berry (69) Alexis Kendrick (41) Angela Puleo (54) Kedra Holland-Corn (63) Mary Beth Lycett (55)

No. 742 675 466 465 463 442 440 425 409 361

Player (3-FGs Made) Cori Chambers (282) Kedra Holland-Corn (253) Alexis Kendrick (144) Megan Darrah (163) Kelly Miller (187) Kim Berry (189) Rachel Powell (174) Pam Irwin-Osbolt (136) Janese Hardrick (149) Coco Miller (136)

Career

Free Throws Made No. 16 15 15 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

Free Throws Attempted

Single-Game

Player (FT Attempted), Opponent Kelly Miller (18) vs. Auburn (1/17/99) Kelly Miller (18) vs. C. Michigan (12/18/97) Katrina McClain (21) vs. S. Alabama (11/29/86) Janese Hardrick (15) vs. Alabama (2/1/04) Saudia Roundtree (12) vs. vs. La. Tech (3/25/96) Denise Dunlap (14) vs. Ole Miss (12/19/79) Tasha Humphrey (14) vs. Temple (12/19/05) Kelly Miller (14) vs. Arkansas (2/20/98) Tammye Jenkins (16) vs. Clemson (2/7/90) Katrina McClain (15) vs. Florida A&M (2/24/87)

Season

Year 2006-07 1994-95 1996-97 2004-06 2005-06 1988-89 2003-04 2007-08 1995-96 2002-03

No. 176 148 139 138 137 136 131 130 118 116

Player (FTs Attempted) Katrina McClain (240) Tasha Humphrey (177) Tasha Humphrey (180) Tasha Humphrey (176) Katrina McClain (176) Kelly Miller (163) Ashley Houts (165) Saudia Roundtree (174) Kelly Miller (144) La’Keshia Frett (155)

Years 2003-07 1993-97 2002-06 2004-08 1997-01 1987-91 1993-97 1995-99 2003-07 1997-01

No. 522 449 428 387 374 361 360 336 324 317

Player (FT Attempted) Tasha Humphrey (666) Katrina McClain (616) Kelly Miller (519) Janet Harris (588) Tammye Jenkins (591) La’Keshia Frett (463) Christi Thomas (525) Lady Hardmon (514) Ashley Houts (414) Wanda Holloway (432)

Career

Year 1986-87 2005-06 2004-05 2007-08 1985-86 1998-99 2007-08 1995-96 1997-98 1994-95 Years 2004-08 1983-87 1997-01 1981-85 1987-91 1993-97 2000-04 1988-92 2006-09 1980-84

Single-Game

No. Player (FTs Made), Opponent 21 Katrina McClain (15) vs. S. Alabama (11/29/86) 18 Kelly Miller (16) vs. Auburn (1/17/99) 18 Kelly Miller (15) vs. C. Michigan (12/18/97) 16 Tasha Humphrey (10) vs. Auburn (2/24/08) 16 Tammye Jenkins (12) vs. Clemson (2/7/90) 15 Tammye Jenkins (10) vs. Florida (1/8/89) 15 Janese Hardrick (13) vs. Alabama (2/1/04) 15 Katrina McClain (12) vs. Florida A&M (2/24/87) 15 Katrina McClain (9) vs. La. Tech (12/17/86) 14 Tasha Humphrey (12) vs. Temple (12/19/05) 14 Kelly Miller (12) vs. Arkansas (2/20/98) 14 Lady Hardmon (7) vs. Iowa (1/5/91) 14 Tari Phillips (10) vs. VCU (12/19/87) 14 Katrina McClain (9) vs. Kansas (3/14/87) 14 Katrina McClain (11) vs. S. Carolina (1/2/87)

Season

No. 240 189 180 180 177 176 176 174 165 163

Player (FTs Made) Katrina McClain (176) Cynthia Collins (110) Tasha Humphrey (139) Tammye Jenkins(109) Tasha Humphrey (148) Tasha Humphrey (138) Katrina McClain (137) Saudia Roundtree (130) Ashley Houts (131) Kelly Miller (136)

No. 616 591 588 525 519 514 490 494 463 432

Player (FTs Made) Katrina McClain (449) Tammye Jenkins (374) Janet Harris (387) Christi Thomas (360) Kelly Miller (428) Lady Hardmon (336) Tasha Humphrey (384) Cynthia Collins (252) La’Keshia Frett (361) Wanda Holloway (317)

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Career

Christi Thomas

Year 1986-87 1980-81 2004-05 1987-88 2005-06 2007-08 1985-86 1995-96 2007-08 1998-99 Years 1983-87 1987-91 1981-85 2000-04 1997-01 1988-92 2004-07 1979-83 1993-97 1980-84

H I S T O R y

La’Keshia Frett

123


Individual Records Assists

Sherill Baker

H I S T O R y

Saudia Roundtree

124

Blocks

Single-Game

No. 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Player, Opponent Lady Hardmon vs. Georgia St. (1/6/92) Adrienne Shuler vs. Florida St. (1/31/91) Ashley Houts vs. Auburn (1/29/09) Carla Green vs. Florida A&M (2/17/88) Adrienne Shuler vs. Florida (1/9/88) Teresa Edwards vs. Tenn. Tech (3/16/85) Teresa Edwards vs. Tennessee St. (2/6/85) Bernadette Locke vs. Albany St. (1/21/81) Ashley Houts vs. Iowa (3/23/08) Saudia Roundtree vs. Nebraska (12/21/95) Saudia Roundtree vs. Miss. St. (2/10/95) Kelly Robbins vs. Mercer (2/1/93) Teresa Edwards vs. Rutgers (12/12/84) Teresa Edwards vs. Auburn (3/3/84) Lou Sims vs. California (3/27/81)

No. 226 204 195 189 188 185 179 176 164 163 163

Player (Games Played) Saudia Roundtree (33) Adrienne Shuler (32) Saudia Roundtree (33) Teresa Edwards (33) Teresa Edwards (30) Bernadette Locke (37) Lady Hardmon (30) Teresa Edwards (32) Kelly Miller (28) Ashley Houts (33) Kelly Miller (33)

No. 653 639 553 545 438 436 433 425 421 399

Player (Games Played) Teresa Edwards (128) Kelly Miller (131) Adrienne Shuler (118) Alexis Kendrick (132) Ashley Houts (99) Rachel Powell (122) Lady Hardmon (121) Carla Green (119) Saudia Roundtree (66) Sherill Baker (131)

Season

Career

Year 1994-95 1990-91 1995-96 1983-84 1984-85 1980-81 1991-92 1985-86 1997-98 2007-08 2000-01 Years 1982-86 1997-01 1987-91 2002-06 2006-09 1993-97 1988-92 1985-89 1994-96 2002-06

Steals

Single-Game

No. 10 9 7 7 7 7 6

Player, Opponent Tracy Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95) Tawana McDonald vs. Houston (12/10/00) Christi Thomas vs. Georgia St. (11/21/03) Katrina McClain vs. Missouri (1/8/87) Katrina McClain vs. Chattanooga (1/6/86) Katrina McClain vs. Western Ky. (3/29/85) 13 times, most recent by Kara Braxton vs. Oakland (12/8/02)

No. 103 90 87 87 83 73 72 70 59 59

Player (Games Played) Tawana McDonald (33) Tawana McDonald (35) Katrina McClain (29) Katrina McClain (31) Tracy Henderson (33) Katrina McClain (32) Tracy Henderson (33) Angel Robinson (32) Kara Braxton (30) Tracy Henderson (28)

No. 297 290 267 194 179 163 152 119 104 102

Player (Games Played) Tawana McDonald (124) Katrina McClain (125) Tracy Henderson (122) Christi Thomas (124) Barbara Bootz (126) Tammye Jenkins (115) Angel Robinson (98) Tasha Humphrey (126) Wanda Holloway (134) Kara Braxton (51)

Season

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Career

Year 2000-01 1999-00 1984-85 1985-86 1994-95 1986-87 1995-96 2008-09 2001-02 1993-94 Years 1998-02 1983-87 1993-97 2000-04 1983-87 1987-91 2006-09 2004-08 1980-84 2001-03

Single-Game

No. 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Player, Opponent Ashley Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06) Sherill Baker vs. Miss. St. (119/06) Kedra Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/96) Adrienne Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89) Sherill Baker vs. Marist (3/19/06) Sherill Baker vs. MTSU (11/30/05) Sherill Baker vs. LMU (11/26/05) Kelly Miller vs. Arkansas (1/21/98) Kedra Holland-Corn vs. Wingate (12/10/96) Kim Thompson vs. Coppin St. (12/28/93) Bernadette Locke vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80)

No. 149 116 114 104 104 103 100 93 91 89

Player (Games Played) Sherill Baker (32) Kedra Holland-Corn (31) Bernadette Locke (27) Sherill Baker (35) Bernadette Locke (37) Adrienne Shuler (32) Teresa Edwards (30) Ashley Houts (34) Teresa Edwards (32) Sherill Baker (30)

No. 426 342 308 302 285 279 250 238 225 218

Player (Games Played) Sherill Baker (131) Teresa Edwards (128) Adrienne Shuler (118) Kedra Holland-Corn (125) Kelly Miller (131) Janet Harris (131) Ashley Houts (99) Carla Green (119) Coco Miller (130) Bernadette Locke (64)

Season

Career

Year 2005-06 1996-97 1979-80 2003-04 1980-81 1990-91 1984-85 2006-07 1985-86 2002-03 Years 2002-06 1982-86 1987-91 1993-97 1997-01 1981-85 2006-09 1985-89 1997-01 1979-81


Class Records Freshman No. 663 628 598 522 489 489 No. 392 371 313 283 276 No. 164 158 128 127 114 No. 59 59 56 53 43 No. 93 89 84 76 76

Points

Player Janet Harris Tasha Humphrey Deborah Mitchell Wanda Holloway Kara Braxton Kelly Miller

Rebounds

Player Wanda Holloway Janet Harris Deborah Mitchell Cynthia Collins Tasha Humphrey

Assists

Player Kelly Miller Alexis Kendrick Adrienne Shuler Rachel Powell Ashley Houts

Blocks

Player Kara Braxton Tracy Henderson Tawana McDonald Barbara Bootz Katrina McClain

Steals

Player Ashley Houts Sherill Baker Lou Sims Kelly Miller Janet Harris

Sophomore year 1981-82 2004-05 1980-81 1980-81 2001-02 1997-98 year 1980-81 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 2004-05 year 1997-98 2002-03 1987-88 1993-94 2006-07 year 2001-02 1993-94 1998-99 1983-84 1983-84 year 2006-07 2002-03 1980-81 1997-98 1981-82

Points

No. 692 628 626 624 523

Player Janet Harris Kelly Miller Coco Miller Tasha Humphrey La’Keshia Frett

No. 397 309 304 283 283

Player Janet Harris Tawana McDonald Cynthia Collins Tasha Humphrey Wanda Holloway

No. 189 163 160 155 150

Player Teresa Edwards Ashley Houts Traci Waites Alexis Kendrick Kelly Miller

No. 90 87 83 54 51

Player Tawana McDonald Katrina McClain Tracy Henderson Tammye Jenkins Angel Robinson

No. 104 87 81 78 72

Player Sherill Baker Ashley Houts Teresa Edwards Kedra Holland Carla Green

Rebounds

Assists

Blocks

Steals

Junior Points

year 1982-83 1998-99 1998-99 2005-06 1994-95

No. 661 586 556 555 544

Player Katrina McClain Janet Harris Bernadette Locke Coco Miller Kelly Miller

year 1982-83 1999-00 1980-81 2005-06 1981-82

No. 314 298 288 279 258

Player Katrina McClain Angel Robinson La’Keshia Frett Janet Harris Wanda Holloway

year 1983-84 2007-08 1985-86 2003-04 1998-99

No. 226 188 162 151 147

Player Saudia Roundtree Teresa Edwards Kelly Miller Ashley Houts Carla Green

year 1999-00 1984-85 1994-95 1988-89 2007-08

No. 103 87 72 70 56

Player Tawana McDonald Katrina McClain Tracy Henderson Angel Robinson Christi Thomas

year 2003-04 2007-08 1983-84 1994-95 1986-87

No. 114 100 84 75 70 70

Player Bernadette Locke Teresa Edwards Sherill Baker Kelly Miller Ashley Houts Kedra Holland

Rebounds

Assists

Blocks

Steals

Senior Points

year 1985-86 1983-84 1979-80 1999-00 1999-00

No. 796 700 630 598 552

Player Katrina McClain Janet Harris Teresa Edwards Sherill Baker Tasha Humphrey

year 1985-86 2008-09 1995-96 1983-84 1982-83

No. 391 351 300 290 245

Player Katrina McClain Janet Harris Tasha Humphrey Christi Thomas Medina Turner

year 1994-95 1984-85 1999-00 2008-09 1987-88

No. 204 195 185 179 176

Player Adrienne Shuler Saudia Roundtree Bernadette Locke Lady Hardmon Teresa Edwards

year 2000-01 1985-86 1995-96 2008-09 2002-03

No. 73 53 52 51 51

Player Katrina McClain Tracy Henderson Tammye Jenkins Christi Thomas Barbara Bootz

year 1979-80 1984-85 2004-05 1999-00 2008-09 1995-96

No. 149 116 104 103 91

Player Sherill Baker Kedra Holland-Corn Bernadette Locke Adrienne Shuler Teresa Edwards

Rebounds

Assists

Blocks

Steals

year 1986-87 1984-85 1985-86 2005-06 2007-08 year 1986-87 1984-85 2007-08 2003-04 1992-93 year 1990-91 1995-96 1980-81 1991-92 1985-86

Lou Sims

year 1986-87 1996-97 1990-91 2003-04 1986-87 year 2005-06 1996-97 1980-81 1990-91 1985-86

H I S T O R y

Barbara Bootz

Janet Harris

Katrina McClain

Teresa Edwards

Kelly Miller

Tawana McDonald

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Sherill Baker 125


Team Single-Game Records

Janet Harris

Points

No. 125 124 122 119 118 116 116 114 113 113

oPPoNeNt vs. S.C. State (2/25/91) vs. Mercer (2/11/81) vs. UNC-Asheville (11/26/93) vs. Tift (1974-75) vs. Oral Roberts (11/22/98) vs. Oral Roberts (1/25/93) vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) vs. Georgia State (2/2/84) vs. Georgia Tech (12/13/94) vs. Kentucky (2/23/86)

No. 72 72 68 68 66 66 64 63 61 61

oPPoNeNt vs. Rider (12/29/92) vs. Appalachian St. (12/31/82) vs. Marquette (1/11/95) vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/01) vs. S.C. State (1/26/89) vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/95) vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90) vs. Tennessee State (1/18/89) vs. Vanderbilt (1/14/84)

No. 52 50 49 49 49 49 47 46 46 46

oPPoNeNt vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) vs. Louisville (3/17/84) vs. UNC-Asheville (11/26/93) vs. Xavier (1/3/85) vs. Augusta (1/28/84) vs. Georgia State (2/2/83) vs. Mercer (2/11/81) vs. UT-Chattanooga (2/16/87) vs. Mercer (2/13/86) vs. Central Michigan (11/22/85)

No. 101 96 91 91 89 88 88 88 87 87

oPPoNeNt vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) vs. Augusta (1/28/84) vs. Marquette (1/11/95) vs. Northwestern (12/21/90) vs. Mercer (2/4/87) vs. St. Francis (3/15/96) vs. Mississippi State (1/28/96) vs. Ga. Southern (11/28/95) vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/95) vs. Coppin State (12/29/93)

Rebounds

Field Goals Made

H I S T O R y

Field Goals Attempted Alexis Kendrick

126

Field Goal Percentage

Pct. .684 .677 .676 .675 .673 .667 .656 .643 .642 .639 No. 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 11

oPPoNeNt vs. N.C. State (11/30/85) vs. Florida A&M (12/16/85) vs. Mercer (2/13/86) vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) vs. Mississippi State (3/2/86) vs. Detroit (12/19/88) vs. Mercer (1/14/85) vs. Ga. Southern (12/11/85) vs. Kentucky (2/2/06) vs. Vanderbilt (2/10/85)

3-Pointers Made

oPPoNeNt vs. Florida (1/29/97) vs. Georgia State (1/24/90) vs. Florida (1/4/07) vs. Ole Miss (1/5/06) vs. Iona (12/6/05) vs. Stetson (1/10/05) vs. Florida (1/18/04) 8 times, most recent vs. Mercer (12/17/07)

3-Pointers Attempted No. 34 33 33 32 31 29 28 27

oPPoNeNt vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) vs. Iona (12/19/04) vs. Ga. Southern (11/24/97) vs. Florida (1/18/04) vs. Arkansas (2/8/04) vs. Baylor (11/13/05) vs. TCU (11/27/04) 7 times, most recent vs. Florida (2/14/08)

3-Point Percentage

Pct. 1.000 .778 .778 .714 .667 .667 .667 .643 .636 .619

oPPoNeNt (MIN. 5 MaDe) vs. Vanderbilt (1/30/00) vs. Kentucky (3/5/09) vs. Austin Peay (12/16/97) vs. Detroit (12/19/88) vs. Auburn (1/17/99) vs. Loyola (12/1/90) vs. South Carolina (2/3/88) vs. Richmond (12/21/06) vs. Georgia State (12/12/94) vs. Florida (1/29/97)

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Free Throws Made

No. 40 37 36 35 35 34 33 33 32 31

oPPoNeNt vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) vs. South Alabama (2/25/91) vs. Middle Tenn. St. (2/12/85) vs. Oklahoma (12/13/98) vs. Oral Roberts (11/22/98) vs. UCLA (12/5/02) vs. Oklahoma (11/22/00) vs. Central Michigan (12/18/97) vs. Vanderbilt (1/18/07) vs. Georgia Tech (12/17/01)

No. 53 51 51 51 46 45 44 44 44 42 42

oPPoNeNt vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) vs. South Alabama (2/25/91) vs. Middle Tenn. St. (2/12/85) vs. Alabany State (12/17/79) vs. Oklahoma (12/13/98) vs. Georgia State (1/3/83) vs. Georgia Tech (12/27/01) vs. Oklahoma (11/22/00) vs. Northeast La. (11/28/90) vs. Vanderbilt (1/18/07) vs. Eastern Kentucky (1/22/90)

Pct. .955 .955 .952 .952 .944 .941 .941 .938 .938 .923

oPPoNeNt (MIN. 15 MaDe) vs. Mississippi State (2/1/09 vs. Illinois (3/15/86) vs. Tennessee (3/4/06) vs. Mississippi State (2/6/00) vs. Missouri-K.C. (12/18/92) vs. LSU (2/10/08) vs. Iowa (12/20/95) vs. Tennessee (3/6/04) vs. Mississippi State (2/8/86) vs. Kentucky (3/2/07)

Free Throws Attempted

Free Throw Percentage

Assists

No. 35 34 33 32 32 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30

oPPoNeNt vs. Louisville (3/17/84) vs. Florida A&M (12/16/85) vs. Ole Miss (1/16/03) vs. Morris Brown (1/7/02) vs. UT-Chattanooga (12/2/84) vs. Winthrop (1/7/93) vs. Florida A&M (2/26/92) vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90) vs. Albany State (2/27/81) vs. Florida (1/12/03) vs. Midddle Tenn. St. (12/1/96) vs. N.C. State (1/3/90) vs. N.C. State (11/30/85)

No. 16 13 13 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11

oPPoNeNt vs. Kentucky (2/1/81) vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/01) vs. Georgia State (11/27/01) vs. Maine (11/18/01) vs. Louisville (3/19/95) vs. Houston (12/10/00) vs. Tennessee Tech (11/23/85) vs. LSU (1/3/02) vs. East Tenn. St. (12/29/99) vs. Alcorn State (12/4/99) vs. Boise State (12/20/98)

No. 34 27 27 26 25 25 25 23 23 23 23

oPPoNeNt vs. Ga. Southern (11/28/95) vs. UNC-Asheville (11/26/93) vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) vs. Xavier (1/3/85) vs. Morris Brown (1/7/02) vs. Georgia Tech (12/4/82) vs. S.C. State (12/19/95) vs. Arkansas (1/21/98) vs. Wingate (12/10/96) vs. Coppin State (12/29/93) vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90)

Blocked Shots

Steals


Opponent Single-Game Records Points

Individual Records

43 40 38 37 35 35 34 34 34

LaToya Thomas, Mississippi St. (1/13/02) Sharon Tucker, Oral Roberts (11/22/80) Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) Chandi Jones, Houston (12/20/02) Isabelle Fijalkowski, Colorado (3/25/95) Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82) Michelle Cozad, Santa Clara (11/18/05) Susan Taylor, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) Wanda Hightower, UAB (3/12/81)

26 23 21 20

Susan Taylor, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee Tech (3/16/85) Jab Johnson, NE La. (12/10/88) Tracy Claxton, Old Dominion (3/31/85)

Rebounds

Field Goals Made

17 16 16 15 15

Sharon Tucker, Oral Roberts (11/22/80) Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82) Babara Kennedy, Clemson (11/28/79) LeAnn Harrell, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) Michelle Marciniak, Notre Dame (12/8/91)

35 31 30 30 30

LeAnn Harrell, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) Eva Lemeh, Vanderbilt (2/16/81) Denise Lloyd, Georgia St. (1/6/82) Pam Leake, North Carolina (12/27/85) Jackie McKinnon, Dist. of Col. (1/30/90)

9 8 7 6 6 6 6

Wendi Willits, Arkansas (2/21/99) Bridget Pettis, Florida (1/22/92) Jennifer Howard, N.C. State (3/23/95) Alexis Rack, Mississippi State (2/1/09 Doneeka Hodges, LSU (1/25/04) Tatyana Troina, South Carolina (1/10/02) Cornelia Gayden, LSU (2/20/93)

17 15 15 15 14 14 14

Cornelia Gayden, LSU (2/20/93) Alexis Rack, Mississippi State (2/1/09) Doneeka Hodges, LSU (1/25/04) Alie Rousseau, Ga. Southern (12/4/01) Candace Wiggins, Stanford (11/26/06 Brandi McCain, Florida (1/11/01) Laura Vaughn, Alabama (1/9/90)

Field Goals Attempted

3-Pointers Made

18 17 15 15 21 20 19 18 18 18

Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) Angie Bonner, Kansas St. (1/6/83) Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80) Tricia Clay, Texas Tech (12/14/84)

Free Throws Attempted

Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) Angie Bonner, Kansas St. (1/6/83) Lucienne Berthieu, OSU (2/16/02) Janet Holt, Tennessee Tech (12/12/99) Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80) Tricia Clay, Texas Tech (12/14/84)

Assists

18 17 14 13

Dawn Marsh, Tennessee (3/7/88) Tameka Johnson, LSU (3/5/05) Rhonda Windham, USC (4/1/83) Dalma Ivanyi, Florida Int’l (12/5/97)

10 9 8 8

Marita Payne, Auburn (1/16/05) Meribeth Feenstra, Liberty (3/16/01) Sandora Irvin, TCU (11/27/04) Slyvia Cummings, Oral Roberts (1/25/93

10 10 9 9

Team Records

Free Throws Made

Blocked Shots

Steals

Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84) Audrey Burcy, Ohio State (12/19/92) Jocelyn Penn, South Carolina (2/7/02) Karen Booker, Vanderbilt (3/5/87)

Points Scored

113 by Mercer (2/13/80) 110 by Valdosta State (1978) 105 by Alabama (2/29/92)

Rebounds

63 by Tennessee (1/8/96) 62 by Valdosta State (2/18/80) 62 by Tennessee (1/29/86)

Field Goals Made

51 by Mercer (2/13/80) 43 by Tennessee (1/28/98) 40 by Arizona State (3/12/82)

Field Goals Attempted

95 by Valdosta State (2/18/80) 89 by Mercer (2/13/80) 84 by Louisiana Tech (3/25/96)

3-Pointers Made

13 Georgia Southern (11/21/06) 13 by Santa Clara (11/18/05); 13 by Eastern Kentucky (1/22/90)

3-Pointers Attempted

34 by South Carolina (1/29/95) 30 by Florida (3/1/09); by Marist (3/19/06) 29 6 times, most recently by Georgia Southern (11/21/06)

Free Throws Made

34 by Tennessee (3/5/94) 33 by Auburn (2/10/90) 33 by South Carolina (1/16/93) 51 43 43 42 42

Free Throws Attempted

by South Carolina (1/16/93) by Vanderbilt (2/15/81) by Alabama (1/31/81) by Ole Miss (3/4/89) by Auburn (2/10/90)

Assists

32 by Mercer (2/13/80) 32 by Arizona State (3/12/82) 28 by Ole Miss (2/7/80) 12 12 12 11 11

Blocked Shots

by Rice (3/19/05) by Kentucky (1/18/80) by Virginia (12/4/96) by TCU (11/27/04) by Liberty (3/16/01)

Steals

23 by Ohio State (2/6/94) 22 by Tennessee (1/28/98) 20 by Alabama (2/28/93)

Stegeman Coliseum’s Largest Crowds

att. 10,523 10,523 10,523 10,523 10,082 9,495 9,011 8,218 8,127 7,645 7,544

3-Pointers Attempted

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oPPoNeNt Tennesssee Tennessee Tennessee Connecticut Tennessee Tennessee Auburn Texas LSU Arkansas Southern Cal

H I S T O R y

Date 1/14/07 1/17/00 1/28/99 1/20/97 2/10/02 2/12/04 2/23/91 11/21/04 1/25/04 2/18/01 1/6/85 127


Team Season Records Points

SeaSoN 1980-81 1985-86 1999-00 1983-84 1984-85 1998-99 1990-91 1995-96 1994-95 2000-01

GaMeS 37 32 36 33 34 34 32 33 33 33

avG. 89.2 85.5 85.0 82.1 81.9 81.8 80.7 80.7 79.8 79.6

SeaSoN 1985-86 1990-91 1983-84 1984-85 1998-99 1994-95 1989-90 1988-89 2005-06 2000-01

PtS./GaMeS 2855/32 2736/32 2795/33 2792/34 2786/34 2699/33 2402/30 2421/30 2554/32 2626/33

No. 228 215 207 203 191 179 167 160 155 154

SeaSoN 1980-81 1994-95 1992-93 1999-00 2003-04 1998-99 1983-84 1995-96 1982-83 2000-01

GaMeS 37 33 34 36 35 34 33 33 34 33

SeaSoN 1980-81 1985-86 1983-84 1984-85 1999-00 1982-83 1990-91 1995-96 1998-99 1994-95

GaMeS 37 32 33 34 36 34 32 33 34 33

Points Per Game

H I S T O R y

Field Goal Attempts Free Throw Atttempts

No. 2938 2855 2820 2795 2792 2786 2736 2734 2699 2626

No. 1717 1491 1481 1473 1415 1380 1379 1365 1363 1358

Rebounds

Field Goals Made

No. 1234 1193 1188 1173 1094 1077 1055 1051 1043 1043 128

No. 2554 2334 2304 2286 2284 2248 2248 2220 2211 2209

SeaSoN 1980-81 1999-00 1994-95 1998-99 1983-84 1995-96 1982-83 1992-93 2003-04 1984-85

GaMeS 37 36 33 34 33 33 34 34 35 34

No. 782 759 748 735 723 720 715 708 692 688

SeaSoN 1990-91 1998-99 1980-81 1987-88 2000-01 1992-93 1989-90 1999-00 1994-95 1982-83

GaMeS 32 34 37 31 33 34 30 36 33 34

SeaSoN 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2004-05 2003-04 1995-96 1996-97 2002-03 1998-99 1994-95

GaMeS 32 34 33 34 35 33 31 31 34 33

No. 678 676 657 609 604 594 591 582 573 570

SeaSoN 1985-86 1985-86 1983-84 1999-00 1995-96 1994-95 2000-01 1990-91 1986-87 1998-99

GaMeS 32 32 33 36 33 33 33 32 32 34

No. 626 625 606 601 581 513 489 478 451 450

SeaSoN 2007-08 2006-07 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 1995-96 1996-97 2002-03 1998-99 1994-95

GaMeS 33 34 35 34 32 33 31 31 34 33

No. 188 187 177 169 168 158 156 154 148 148

SeaSoN 2001-02 1999-00 2000-01 1994-95 1983-84 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 2002-03 1995-96

GaMeS 30 36 34 33 33 32 32 34 31 33

No. 545 534 519 508 495 493 490 488 475 470

SeaSoN 1998-99 1990-91 2000-01 1992-93 1999-00 1987-88 2006-07 2003-04 2007-08 1980-81

GaMeS 34 32 33 34 36 31 34 35 33 37

No. 443 410 408 394 391 391 385 383 371 369

SeaSoN 1980-81 1984-85 1990-91 1995-96 1983-84 1982-83 1999-00 1981-82 2005-06 1985-86

GaMeS 37 34 32 33 33 34 36 30 32 36

3-FGs Made

3-FG Attempts

Free Throws Made

Assists

Blocks

Steals

Scoring Margins

Largest Margins of Victory PtS. 72 71 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64

Date 12/2/78 1/12/80 2/2/80 2/18/80 12/17/80 3/28/81 1/6/82 1/30/82 1/30/83 2/26/83 12/12/84 12/15/86 12/21/90 2/10/91 12/8/91 2/10/95 12/8/96 1/4/98 2/20/98 11/27/99 2/3/00 11/20/01 12/16/01 1/19/03 1/22/04 3/6/04 2/27/05 12/19/05 2/15/07 12/29/07

Score 106-34 102-31 102-31 102-32 105-36 106-38 116-49 112-46 101-36 119-55

oPPoNeNt (Date) vs. Savannah State (12/10/05) vs. UNC Asheville (1/23/95) vs. S.C. State (1/26/89) vs. Tennessee St. (1/18/89) vs. Morris Brown (1/7/02) vs. Xavier (Ohio) (1/3/85) vs. Oral Roberts (1/25/93) vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90) vs. UNC Asheville (1/6/96) vs. Tift (1974-75)

PtS. 59 41 40 39 39 37 36 36 36

Score 43-102 51-92 70-110 74-113 70-109 53-90 65-101 36-72 44-80

oPPoNeNt (Date) vs. Tennessee (1/28/98) vs. North Georgia (1973-74) vs. Valdosta St. (1973-74) vs. Mercer (2/13/80) vs. Shorter (11/30/77) vs. Mercer (1974-75) vs. Valdosta St. (11/19/76) vs. West Georgia (1973-74) vs. Mercer (1973-74)

Overtime Games (19-9)

oPPoNeNt North Georgia Mercer at Georgia Southern at Valdosta State vs. Tennessee vs. Arizona State at Georgia State South Carolina at Kentucky Mercer at Western Kentucky vs. Northwestern St. vs. Northwestern at Louisiana State Notre Dame Mississippi at Tennessee Wisconsin at Arkansas at Maine Florida Middle Tennessee St. at N.C. State South Carolina at Ole Miss vs. Tennessee Vanderbilt at Temple at Kentucky vs. Florida State

W-l W W L W L W L W L W L W W W W W W L W W W W W W L W L L W W

Score 63-59 87-85 63-65 *99-96 68-73 75-73 77-79 82-75 59-66 78-66 67-72 95-94 93-83 108-102 90-86 80-77 94-93 64-74 86-81 79-68 81-76 77-72 68-63 *97-91 *79-90 68-66 59-66 66-69 82-72 71-62

* Denotes double-overtime game

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Largest Margins of Defeat

Janese Hardrick


1,000-Point Scorers 1. Janet Harris

No. 45 6-3 F/C Chicago, Ill.

7. La’Keshia Frett

No. 00 6-3

2. Tasha Humphrey

No. 34 6-3

F

Gainesville, Ga.

8. Wanda Holloway

No. 51 6-2 C

Sharon, Pa.

3. Katrina McClain

No. 32 6-2 C

Charleston, S.C.

9. Tracy Henderson

No. 33 6-3 C

Minneapolis, Minn.

4. Kelly Miller

No. 23 5-10 G

Rochester, Minn.

10. Sherill Baker

No. 11

Stone Mountain, Ga.

5. Coco Miller

No. 35 5-10 G

Rochester, Minn.

11. Tammye Jenkins

No. 55 6-4 F/C Dawson, Ga.

6. Teresa Edwards

No. 5

Cairo, Ga.

12. Christi Thomas

No. 4

Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 82 30-29 281-517 83 34-34 299-537 84 33-32 249-472 85 34-33 298-503 131-128 1127-2029 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 05 33-32 236-421 06 31-31 223-442 07 29-26 176-352 08 33-33 190-420 126-122 825-1635 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 84 33-8 137-197 85 29-21 164-262 86 31-30 262-396 87 32-32 310-552 125-91 873-1407 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 98 28-28 166-414 99 34-34 219-477 00 36-36 203-456 01 33-33 193-378 131-131 781-1725 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 98 27-21 179-415 99 34-33 263-536 00 36-36 215-487 01 33-31 207-452 130-121 864-1890 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 83 33-31 189-412 84 33-33 207-397 85 30-29 203-385 86 32-32 274-491 128-125 873-1685

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. .533 101-160 .631 371-12.4 .557 94-155 .606 397-11.7 .528 88-126 .698 279-8.5 .592 104-147 .707 351-10.3 .555 387-588 .658 1398-10.7

a 55 42 69 74 240

bl 11 21 18 8 58

St PtS.-avG. 76 663-22.4 61 692-20.4 68 586-17.8 74 700-20.6 279 2641-20.2

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .561 39-180 .772 276-8.4 50 36 35 628-19.0 .505 148-177 .836 283-9.1 52 23 37 624-20.1 .500 97-133 .729 221-7.6 47 24 32 468-16.1 .452 138-176 .784 300-9.1 70 36 40 552-16.7 .505 522-666 .784 1080-8.6 219 119 144 2272-18.0

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .695 66-95 .695 254-7.7 27 43 46 340-10.3 .626 70-105 .667 234-8.1 30 87 44 398-13.7 .662 137-176 .778 314-10.1 37 87 54 661-21.3 .562 176-240 .733 391-12.2 51 73 56 796-24.9 .620 449-616 .729 1193-9.5 145 290 200 2195-17.6

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .401 118-144 .819 159-5.7 164 5 .459 136-163 .834 205-6.0 150 4 .445 94-115 .817 168-4.7 162 5 .511 80-97 .825 179-5.4 163 1 .452 428-519 .825 711-5.4 639 15 Pct. Ft-Fta .431 50-74 .491 68-89 .442 76-98 .458 73-87 .475 267-348

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .676 123-4.6 104 4 .764 132-3.9 77 3 .776 114-3.2 114 5 .839 134-4.1 101 5 .767 503-3.9 396 17

5-11 G

Pct. Ft-Fta .459 52-82 .521 51-65 .527 58-79 .558 82-104 .518 243-330

St PtS.-avG. 76 489-17.5 66 628-18.5 75 544-15.1 68 516-15.6 285 2177-16.6

St PtS.-avG. 48 432-16.0 55 626-18.4 57 555-15.4 65 518-15.7 225 2131-16.4

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .634 73-2.2 100 9 70 430-13.0 .785 81-2.5 189 14 81 465-14.1 .734 84-2.8 188 13 100 464-15.5 .788 146-4.6 176 12 91 630-19.7 .736 384-3.0 653 48 342 1989-15.5

Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 94 28-25 154-323 95 33-33 203-421 96 33-33 195-374 97 28-25 191-396 122-116 743-1514 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 81 37-26 229-391 82 30-30 208-411 83 34-14 169-356 84 33-31 151-255 134-101 757-1413 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 94 28-24 148-289 95 33-33 219-399 96 33-33 208-359 97 28-26 182-333 122-116 757-1380

Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 03 30-25 115-307 04 35-35 157-381 05 34-30 162-375 06 32-32 242-457 131-122 676-1520 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 88 30-29 185-363 89 30-28 170-357 90 27-26 128-250 91 28-23 129-270 115-106 612-1240

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Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 01 29-11 130-255 02 30-12 122-237 03 30-28 180-335 04 35-33 173-321 124-84 605-1148

F

Hampton, Va.

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .477 85-111 .766 168-6.0 69 13 34 393-14.0 .482 116-155 .748 199-6.0 100 24 45 523-15.9 .521 90-107 .841 288-8.7 65 32 63 481-14.6 .482 70-90 .778 187-6.7 81 16 47 453-16.2 .491 361-463 .780 842-6.9 315 85 189 1850-15.2 Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .586 62-90 .689 392-10.6 29 16 55 522-14.1 .506 88-114 .772 283-9.4 34 42 42 504-16.8 .475 112-152 .737 258-7.6 30 22 52 450-13.2 .592 55-76 .724 230-7.0 41 24 36 357-10.8 .536 317-432 .734 1163-8.7 134 104 201 1833-13.7 Pct. Ft-Fta .512 53-99 .549 72-125 .579 50-79 .547 75-108 .549 250-411

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .535 174-6.2 7 59 17 349-12.5 .576 252-7.6 13 83 38 510-15.5 .633 211-6.4 22 72 26 466-14.1 .694 186-6.6 28 53 29 439-15.7 .608 823-6.7 70 267 110 1764-14.5

5-8 G

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .375 51-72 .708 129-4.3 83 11 .412 62-86 .721 133-3.8 120 3 .432 57-74 .770 158-4.6 93 4 .530 110-136 .809 150-4.7 103 6 .445 280-368 .761 570-4.4 399 24

St PtS.-avG. 89 289-9.6 104 390-11.1 84 388-11.4 149 598-18.7 426 1665-12.7

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .510 109-180 .606 259-8.6 25 32 47 479-16.0 .476 98-153 .641 229-7.6 27 54 27 438-14.6 .512 96-141 .681 218-8.1 18 25 31 352-13.0 .478 71-117 .607 208-7.4 35 52 34 329-11.8 .494 374-591 .633 914-8.0 105 163 139 1598-13.9

6-5 F/C Buford, Ga.

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .510 75-121 .620 188-6.5 18 42 26 338-11.7 .515 62-103 .602 187-6.2 27 45 31 311-10.4 .537 111-156 .712 241-8.0 22 56 38 481-16.0 .539 112-145 .772 290-8.3 28 51 38 463-13.2 .527 360-525 .685 906-7.3 95 194 133 1593-12.8 129

H I S T O R y


1,000-Point Scorers 13. Kedra Holland-Corn

No. 25 5-8 G

Houston, Texas

19. Stacey Ford

14. Lisa O’Connor

No. 43 6-1

Cartersville, Ga.

20. Tawana McDonald No. 40 6-4 C

Flint, Mich.

15. Cori Chambers

No. 21 5-9 G

New Rochelle, N.y.

21. Janese Hardrick

No. 14 5-6 G

Powder Springs, Ga.

22. Sherelle Warren

No. 54 6-3 C

Dyersburg, Tenn.

23. Alexis Kendrick

No. 31 5-7

G

Inglewood, Calif.

24. Cynthia Collins

No. 35 5-11 F

Danielsville, Ga.

Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 94 28-2 90-223 95 33-22 149-362 96 33-26 137-300 97 31-30 187-399 125-80 563-1284 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 83 34-32 184-370 84 33-29 127-285 85 34-34 153-303 86 31-31 140-291 132-126 604-1249 Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 04 35-12 90-246 05 34-29 168-392 06 32-31 136-318 07 34-34 158-376 135-106 552-1332

16. Tina Price

Sea. G-GS 75 17-NA 76 20-20 77 21-21 78 22-22

H I S T O R y

Pct. Ft-Fta .404 28-39 .412 40-58 .457 36-47 .469 83-108 .438 187-252

Pct. Ft-Fta .497 95-125 .446 56-76 .505 66-78 .481 84-114 .484 301-393 Pct. Ft-Fta .366 25-27 .429 38-47 .428 10-11 .420 31-40 .414 104-125

No. 14

FG-FGa Pct.

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .718 69-2.5 34 3 .690 128-3.9 61 10 .766 109-3.3 87 8 .769 124-4.0 117 4 .742 430-3.4 299 25

F

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .760 193-5.7 67 29 .737 168-5.1 93 13 .846 174-5.1 115 6 .737 193-6.2 72 6 .766 728-5.5 347 54 Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .926 91-2.6 54 9 .809 133-3.9 43 5 .909 111-3.5 69 5 .775 112-3.3 60 4 .832 447-3.3 226 23

St PtS.-avG. 37 463-13.6 54 310-9.4 35 372-10.9 30 364-11.7 156 1509-11.4 St PtS.-avG. 25 251-7.2 51 447-13.1 34 360-11.3 43 432-12.7 153 1490-11.0

Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG.

a bl St PtS.-avG. 201-11.8 Note: Complete statistics not available 269-13.5 190-377 .504 85-130 .654 134-6.3 465-22.1 235-472 .550 75-121 .620 531-24.1 1466-18.3

17. Lady Hardmon

No. 23 5-10 G

18. Camille Lowe

No. 14 5-11 G/F Macon, Ga.

Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 89 30-22 81-167 90 29-29 155-311 91 32-30 158-338 92 30-29 135-313 121-110 529-1129

Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 90 26-19 75-202 91 32-31 183-354 12 30-23 105-251 93 34-34 162-362 122-107 525-1169

130

St PtS.-avG. 38 246-8.8 78 413-12.5 70 373-11.3 116 534-17.2 302 1566-12.5

Pct. Ft-Fta .485 52-82 .498 99-142 .468 97-150 .431 89-140 .469 337-514

Pct. Ft-Fta .371 21-30 .517 66-81 .418 41-51 .448 88-107 .449 216-269

Atlanta, Ga.

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .634 119-4.0 46 7 .697 165-5.7 112 3 .647 140-4.4 96 1 .636 114-3.8 179 7 .656 538-4.4 433 18

St PtS.-avG. 23 214-7.1 57 410-14.1 61 413-12.9 60 361-12.0 201 1397-11.5

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .700 89-3.4 45 6 30 179-6.9 .815 116-3.6 71 9 37 484-15.1 .804 114-3.8 69 10 41 278-9.3 .822 138-4.1 118 16 45 455-13.4 .803 457-3.7 303 41 153 1396-11.4

Sea. G-GS 88 31-7 89 30-21 90 29-29 91 30-26 120-83 Sea. G-GS 99 27-25 00 35-34 01 33-33 02 29-23 124-115

Sea. G-GS 04 35-18 05 32-0 06 32-2 07 34-27 133-47 Sea. G-GS 87 32-1 88 31-24 89 30-9 90 29-5 122-39

No. 53 6-2 F/C Anderson, S.C.

FG-FGa 68-147 111-222 159-258 181-328 519-955 FG-FGa 96-195 166-302 124-265 84-153 470-915 FG-FGa 120-297 76-160 91-194 89-242 376-893 FG-FGa 109-188 187-316 127-225 59-118 482-847

Sea. G-GS FG-FGa 03 31-31 121-320 04 35-35 110-314 05 34-34 74-199 06 32-32 81-184 132-132 386-1017

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Sea. G-GS 80 28-28 81 35-33 82 25-21 83 34-22 122-104

FG-FGa 164-292 152-298 68-163 49-95 433-848

Pct. Ft-Fta .463 22-37 .500 41-67 .616 65-124 .552 68-101 .544 196-329 Pct. Ft-Fta .492 53-98 .550 88-136 .468 91-119 .549 53-77 .514 285-430

Pct. Ft-Fta .404 88-106 .475 79-96 .469 59-85 .368 85-102 .421 311-389

Pct. Ft-Fta .580 48-72 .592 70-101 .564 57-79 .500 35-56 .569 210-308 Pct. Ft-Fta .378 89-105 .350 62-75 .372 54-71 .440 47-62 .380 252-313

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .595 113-3.7 7 7 .612 151-5.0 11 13 .524 181-6.2 8 13 .673 204-6.8 19 17 .596 649-5.4 45 50

St 10 21 29 36 96

PtS.-avG. 158-5.1 263-8.8 383-13.2 430-14.3 1234-10.3

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .541 186-6.9 24 56 45 245-9.1 .647 309-8.8 35 90 47 420-12.0 .765 230-7.0 41 103 50 339-10.3 .688 160-5.5 35 48 37 221-7.6 .663 885-7.1 135 297 179 1225-9.9

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .830 107-3.1 108 2 47 374-10.7 .823 79-2.5 66 0 30 262-8.2 .694 101-3.2 88 2 60 282-8.8 .833 135-4.0 117 5 61 294-8.6 .799 422-3.2 379 9 198 1212-9.1

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .667 144-4.5 22 11 17 266-8.3 .693 197-6.4 14 19 20 444-14.3 .722 149-5.0 26 16 20 311-10.4 .625 100-3.5 26 10 16 153-5.3 .682 590-4.8 88 56 73 1174-9.6 Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .848 112-3.6 158 1 55 372-12.4 .827 137-3.9 155 1 36 323- 9.2 .761 135-4.0 117 2 36 228-6.7 .758 120-3.8 115 1 51 234-7.3 .805 504-3.8 545 5 178 1157-8.8

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .562 78-149 .523 283-10.1 17 10 .510 110-189 .589 304-8.6 52 9 .417 40-84 .476 158-6.3 69 6 .516 24-72 .333 116-3.4 50 6 .511 252-494 .510 861-7.1 188 31

St PtS.-avG. 55 406-14.5 56 414-11.8 43 176-7.0 53 122-3.6 207 1118-9.1


1,000-Point Scorers 25. Carla Green

No. 14 5-9 G

LaGrange, Ga.

28. Ashley Houts

26. Pam Irwin-Osbolt

No. 3

Decatur, Tenn.

29. Megan Darrah

27. Kara Braxton

No. 54 6-6 F

Jackson, Mich.

30. Saudia Roundtree No. 10 5-7

Sea. G-GS 86 26-0 87 32-30 88 31-24 89 30-28 119-82

Sea. G-GS 96 33-0 30-4 97 98 28-28 99 34-15 125-47 Sea. 02 03 04

G-GS 30-25 21-14 20-17 71-56

FG-FGa 21-55 146-271 110-296 135-334 412-956 FG-FGa 91-199 78-202 144-314 88-200 401-915 FG-FGa 198-367 134-243 108-226 440-836

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .382 21-29 .724 29-1.1 29 0 15 63-2.4 .539 59-96 .615 91-2.8 141 6 72 351-11.0 .372 113-153 .739 94-3.0 147 14 64 347-11.2 .404 70-98 .714 169-5.6 108 5 87 354-11.8 .431 263-376 .699 383-3.2 425 25 238 1115-9.4

5-10 G

Pct. Ft-Fta .457 27-37 .386 49-52 .459 50-58 .440 47-56 .438 173-203 Pct. Ft-Fta .540 92-147 .551 60-82 .478 57-88 .526 209-317

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .730 80-2.4 47 4 .942 66-2.2 45 2 .862 87-3.1 71 8 .839 68-2.0 76 2 .852 301-2.4 239 16

St PtS.-avG. 35 235-7.1 26 235-7.8 41 381-13.6 28 260-7.7 130 1111-8.9

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .626 205-6.8 68 59 54 489-16.3 .732 153-7.3 52 43 30 330-15.7 .648 160-8.0 23 25 27 274-13.7 .659 518-7.3 143 127 111 1093-15.4

Sea. 07 08 09

G-GS 34-31 33-33 32-32 99-96

Sea. G-GS 05 34-3 06 32-32 07 34-27 08 32-32 132-94

Sea. G-GS 95 33-32 96 33-33 66-65

No. 1

FG-FGa 91-219 111-260 129-315 331-794

5-6 G

Trenton, Ga.

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .416 105-136 .772 105-3.1 124 0 93 320-9.4 .427 131-165 .794 94-2.8 163 1 87 387-11.7 .410 88-113 .779 90-2.8 151 0 70 385-12.0 .417 324-414 .783 289-2.9 438 1 250 1092-11.0

No. 24 6-3 G/F Moreland, Ga.

FG-FGa 68-200 114-290 84-207 99-269 365-966

FG-FGa 185-442 197-486 382-928

Pct. Ft-Fta .340 30-42 .393 49-59 .406 47-58 .368 45-56 .378 171-215

Pct. reb.-avG. a bl .714 108-3.2 30 9 .831 151-4.7 81 12 .810 156-4.6 59 11 .804 149-4.7 66 11 .795 564-4.3 236 43

G

St PtS.-avG. 19 193-5.7 20 326-10.2 32 253-7.4 35 292-9.1 106 1064-8.1

Anderson, S.C.

Pct. Ft-Fta Pct. reb.-avG. a bl St PtS.-avG. .419 105-150 .700 155-4.7 226 4 63 487-14.8 .405 130-174 .747 184-5.6 195 1 76 551-16.7 .412 235-324 .725 339-5.1 421 5 139 1038-15.7

Newest 1,000-point career scorers for the Lady Bulldogs

Over the past five seasons alone Georgia has added seven new members to its millennium scoring club

H I S T O R y

Sherill Baker

Topped 1,000 on 2/27/05 vs. Vanderbilt

Alexis Kendrick Topped 1,000 on 12/6/05 vs. Iona

Tasha Humphrey Topped 1,000 on 1/29/06 vs. Florida

Cori Chambers

Topped 1,000 on 2/23/06 vs. Arkansas 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

Janese Hardrick

Topped 1,000 on 12/3/06 vs. Ga. Tech

Megan Darrah

Topped 1,000 on 2/28/08 vs. S. Carolina

Ashley Houts

Topped 1,000 on 2/15/09 vs. Vanderbilt 131


Season-by-Season Records Season Rec. Pct. 1973-74 3-13 .188 1974-75 8-9 .471 1975-76 11-9 .550 1976-77 2-19 .095 1977-78 7-16 .304 1978-79 6-19 .240 1979-80 16-12 .571 1980-81 27-10 .730 1981-82 21-9 .700 1982-83 27-7 .794 1983-84 30-3 .909 1984-85 29-5 .853 1985-86 30-2 .938 1986-87 27-5 .844 1987-88 21-10 .677 1988-89 23-7 .767 1989-90 25-5 .833 1990-91 28-4 .875

H 2-6 5-3 6-2 1-10 3-7 4-6 11-4 10-2 9-2 10-1 15-0 12-1 15-0 13-0 8-4 11-1 10-1 15-0

A 1-5 1-5 3-5 0-8 2-7 2-12 5-4 7-5 5-4 9-2 6-3 13-2 13-1 8-3 10-5 9-4 9-3 9-2

N 0-2 2-1 2-2 1-1 2-2 0-1 0-3 10-3 7-3 8-4 9-0 4-2 2-1 6-2 3-1 3-2 6-1 4-2

SEC Pct.

4-4 4-4 7-1 7-1 9-0 7-2 5-4 6-3 6-3 9-0

A Head Coach Flossie M. Love Elsa Heimerer Elsa Heimerer Elsa Heimerer Dave Lucey Carolyn Lehr Andy Landers Heimerer Andy Landers .500 3-1 1-3 Andy Landers .500 3-1 1-3 Andy Landers .875 4-0 3-1 Andy Landers .875 4-0 3-1 Andy Landers 1.000 4-0 5-0 Andy Landers .778 5-0 2-2 Andy Landers .556 2-2 3-2 Andy Landers .667 4-1 2-2 Andy Landers .667 4-0 2-3 Andy Landers 1.000 5-0 4-0 Andy Landers

All-Time Head Coaches Records

H I S T O R y

Coach yrs. (Sea.) Rec. Pct. Flossie M. Love ‘73-74 (1) 3-13 .188 Elsa Heimerer ‘74-77 (3) 21-37 .362 Dave Lucey ‘77-78 (1) 7-16 .304 Carolyn Lehr ‘78-79 (1) 6-19 .240 Andy Landers ‘79-09 (30) 725-239 .752 totalS ‘73-09 (36) 762-324 .702

All-Time Team Records

Location

Home Road Neutral SEC Overall SEC Home SEC Road 132

Lehr

Rec. Pct.

360-90 248-158 154-76 218-103 125-35 93-68

.800 .611 .670 .679 .781 .758

Lucey

H

Season 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Rec. 19-11 21-13 17-11 28-5 28-5 25-6 17-11 27-7 32-4 27-6 19-11 21-10 25-10 24-10 23-9 27-7 23-10 18-14

There for both firsts

Pct. .633 .618 .607 .848 .848 .806 .607 .794 .889 .818 .633 .677 .714 .706 .719 .794 .697 .563

H 9-4 12-3 8-2 13-2 12-0 12-2 7-4 12-2 11-1 14-1 9-4 14-0 10-2 13-2 9-2 11-2 13-3 11-3

The name Bunny Fuller sports a distinctive asterisk in Lady Bulldog annals. Fuller is the only person who was victorious in both the first intercollegiate women’s basketball game in UGA history as well as the first game played in Stegeman Coliseum. In UGA’s first-ever game on Jan. 12, 1974, Fuller scored a game-high 15 points to lead Middle Georgia to a 54-44 win over the Lady Bulldogs. “That was the first time we ever played against a big school like Georgia,” Fuller, now Bunny Harris, recalled. “Georgia didn’t have basketball before then and that’s one of the reasons I went to Middle Georgia. I had never played in a game where both the time and the score were kept on a chalk board.” (photo above) 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

A 8-6 4-6 4-7 11-1 9-3 9-1 8-4 8-3 13-1 7-4 7-5 7-7 7-6 5-5 10-3 10-2 5-5 4-9

N 2-1 5-4 5-2 4-2 7-2 4-3 2-3 7-2 8-2 6-1 3-2 0-3 8-2 6-3 4-4 6-3 5-2 3-2

SEC 6-5 4-7 5-6 8-3 10-1 11-1 8-6 9-5 13-1 11-3 6-8 10-4 8-6 9-5 10-4 11-3 8-6 7-7

Pct. .545 .364 .455 .727 .909 .917 .571 .643 .929 .786 .429 .714 .571 .643 .714 .786 .571 .500

H 3-2 3-3 3-2 4-2 5-0 5-1 5-2 5-2 6-1 7-0 3-4 7-0 5-2 6-1 5-2 6-1 4-3 5-2

A 3-3 1-4 2-4 4-1 5-1 6-0 3-4 4-3 7-0 4-3 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 5-2 5-2 4-3 2-5

Head Coach Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers Andy Landers

That fall, Fuller transferred to UGA where she was a two-year letterwinner and the leading scorer in the Lady Bulldog’s first-ever winning season. As a senior during the 1975-76 season, Fuller was a member of the first Lady Bulldog team to play its home games in the then-Georgia Coliseum. She scored 11 points in a 74-48 victory over Tift College in the season opener. “I remember the first game we played at the Coliseum very well,” Fuller said. “It was a big difference from playing in the PE building.” Fuller went on to average 18.9 points per game for the Lady Bulldogs, who finished 11-9. That average still stands as the 11th-best ever in UGA annals. She poured in a career-high 37 points against Western Carolina, a schoolrecord tally at that point and still 12th-best all-time.


Season-by-Season Results RecoRd: Head coacH: 1/12 1/17 1/18 1/22 1/24 1/29 2/1 2/2 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/26 3/1 3/2

W W

L W L

L L L L L L L L L L L

1973-74

3-13 Flossie m. love

Middle Georgia DeKalb at North Georgia Mercer at DeKalb West Georgia at Mercer at Tift at West Georgia Fort Valley Tift Berry at Berry North Georgia 1 vs. Mercer 1 vs. Shorter

1 GAIAW Tourney (Clarkston, Ga.)

RecoRd: Head coacH: 1/10 1/11 1/15 1/17 1/18 1/22 1/24 1/25 1/29 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/21

W W W W W W W W

44-54 43-42 51-92 44-80 51-38 36-72 45-75 41-43 31-53 49-67 69-45 31-48 46-75 46-76 41-67 59-69

1974-75

8-9 elsa HeimeReR

L L L L L

L L

RecoRd: Head coacH:

L

1 1

L

2 2

at Valdosta State at Georgia Southern at Fort Valley Georgia Southern Valdosta State at Berry Tift Georgia Tech North Georgia Berry Auburn Fort Valley vs. Furman at Winthrop at North Georgia vs. Savannah State vs. Mercer

1/9 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/17 1/21 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/14 2/17 2/19 2/23 2/27

W W

W W W W W W W W W

1975-76

11-9 elsa HeimeReR

L L L L

L L L L L

1 1 1 1

2

Tift Georgia Tech Mercer at Valdosta State at Fort Valley at West Georgia North Georgia Albany State at Tift West Georgia Valdosta State at Mercer vs. East Carolina vs. South Carolina at Winthrop vs. Western Carolina at North Georgia Fort Valley at Georgia Tech vs. Shorter

RecoRd: Head coacH:

1 Winthrop Tourney (Rock Hill, S.C.); 2 GAIAW Tourney

62-65 70-78 57-68 49-46 73-74 50-72 119-55 96-38 84-64 57-95 93-68 75-76 61-43 76-93 66-60 54-47 53-90

1 Winthrop Tourney (Rock Hill, S.C.); 2 GAIAW Tourney (Statesboro).

RecoRd: Head coacH: 11/18 L 11/19 L 1/6 L 1/8 L 1/10 L 1/14 L 1/17 L 1/19 L 1/22 L 1/24 L 1/ L 1/31 L 2/ L 2/4 L 2/7 W 2/12 L 2/14 L 2/17 W 2/18 L 2/22 L 2/28 L

74-48 77-22 69-78 61-84 60-63 58-82 49-48 77-58 90-61 68-62 69-81 72-61 66-80 62-60 69-58 75-77 52-56 73-66 60-35 69-71

1976-77

1 Winthrop Tourney (Rock Hill, S.C.).

W W W

W W W W

7-16 dave lucey

L L L L L L L L L L L L L

1 1 1 1

L L L

2

at Albany State at Georgia Southern Shorter North Georgia Florida at Mercer at North Georgia Fort Valley Albany State at West Georgia at Mississippi State at Fort Valley at Shorter Georgia State West Georgia Mercer vs. South Carolina vs. East Tennessee State vs. Anderson JC vs. East Carolina at Georgia State Georgia Southern at 15 Valdosta State

RecoRd: Head coacH: 94-93 73-94 70-109 93-66 79-83 73-101 83-71 79-91 67-79 88-97 54-86 52-76 69-82 58-68 82-76 78-87 49-71 95-83 87-80 76-92 65-74 71-63 70-110

1 Winthrop Tourney (Rock Hill, S.C.); 2 GAIAW Tourney (Valdosta).

2-19 elsa HeimeReR

at Georgia Southern at Valdosta State at North Georgia Valdosta State Albany State Georgia State at Fort Valley at Shorter Mississippi State Alabama Mercer at Georgia State Shorter at Albany State Fort Valley Georgia Southern at Mercer 1 vs. East Carolina 1 vs. Anderson JC West Georgia North Georgia

11/15 11/17 11/30 12/2 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/16 1/18 1/21 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/16 2/18 2/23

1977-78

11/13 11/17 11/18 11/21 11/27 12/1 12/2 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/13 1/17 1/18 1/20 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/14 2/17 2/20

W

W

W W W W

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

1978-79

6-19 caRolyn leHR

at Mercer at Albany State at Florida Georgia Southern at Clemson at Presbyterian at North Georgia (OT) 1 at Mississippi State 1 vs. Florida Albany State Georgia State Erskine at West Georgia at Vanderbilt at Fort Valley at Georgia Southern at Erskine Fort Valley at Alabama at Georgia State Furman West Georgia Mercer Vanderbilt Presbyterian

1 Lady Bulldog Tourney (Starkville, Miss.).

56-65 45-69 60-69 49-59 53-77 62-55 59-63 46-58 66-74 61-74 57-65 53-76 70-48 63-80 77-86 60-72 50-64 62-79 65-81 46-74 80-64 73-57 58-66 64-57 62-46

57-67 65-101 51-53 68-94 73-88 63-65 53-84 51-69 73-92 62-77 85-95 52-53 59-82 67-75 81-70 69-80 77-104 71-54 79-99 59-73 65-72

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Season-by-Season Results 1979-80

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/10 W 11/14 W 11/20 11/28 11/30 W 12/8 W 12/10 12/15 W 12/17 W 12/19 W 1/2 W 1/4 1/7 W 1/9 1/12 W 1/16 W 1/18 1/19 1/23 W 1/26 1/28 W 1/30 W 2/2 2/7 2/13 2/16 W 2/18 W 2/21

L L L

L L L L L L L L L

1980-81

Piedmont 88-69 at Alabama-Huntsville 73-46 at Albany State 76-79 Clemson 81-83 Georgia Tech 97-78 West Georgia 83-70 Georgia Southern 56-68 Florida 85-71 Albany State 98-72 Mississippi State 88-76 at Florida 79-66 at Georgia State 58-64 USC-Aiken 79-63 Georgia State 69-72 No. 17 Mercer (OT) 87-85 at Georgia Tech 78-77 1 at No. 18 Kentucky 61-82 1 vs. Miami (Ohio) 64-72 UNC Asheville 98-53 Valdosta State 65-69 at Piedmont 83-66 North Georgia 87-42 at Georgia Southern (OT) 63-65 2 vs. Ole Miss 70-80 at Mercer 74-113 Auburn 79-71 at Valdosta State (2OT) 99-96 3 vs. Valdosta State 65-74

1 Lady Kat Invitational (Lexington, Ky.); 2 SEC Tourney (Knoxville, Tenn.); 3 GAIAW Tourney.

H I S T O R y

1981-82

nWiT cHampions

16-12 andy landeRs beRnadeTTe locke (20.6) cynTHia collins (10.1)

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Cynthia Collins

11/19 W 11/22 W 11/25 W 12/6 W 12/10 W 12/12 W 12/13 12/17 12/20 W 12/29 W 12/31 1/5 W 1/9 1/10 W 1/12 W 1/15 W 1/17 W 1/21 1/24 W 1/26 1/29 W 1/30 1/31 W 2/4 2/7 W 2/11 W 2/14 W 2/16 W 2/18 W 2/21 2/26 W 2/27 W 2/28 W 3/12 3/26 W 3/27 W 3/28 W

L L L L

L L L L

L

L

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

27-10 andy landeRs deboRaH miTcHell (17.6) Wanda HolloWay (10.6)

at Albany State # Oral Roberts Georgia Tech UT-Chattanooga at Arkansas at Tulsa at Oral Roberts # No. 6 Tennessee (OT) Georgia State vs. Virginia Tech at UT-Chattanooga at Mercer 1 vs. Alabama 1 vs. Appalachian State Georgia Tech at Valdosta State at Florida Albany State Georgia Southern at Georgia State 2 vs. Ole Miss 2 vs. Alabama 2 vs. No. 7 Kentucky at Georgia Southern Valdosta State Mercer Alabama-Huntsville Vanderbilt at Furman at No. 20 Auburn 3 vs. Georgia Tech 3 vs. Albany State 3 vs. Georgia Southern 4 vs. Alabama-Birmingham 5 vs. Pittsburgh 5 vs. California 5 vs. Arizona State (OT)

91-66 103-73 91-51 81-79 61-49 97-79 58-63 68-73 79-68 65-50 74-79 75-69 61-72 83-60 79-53 64-60 86-66 78-80 55-52 63-66 75-68 66-80 73-62 70-82 104-69 124-91 100-53 94-71 80-39 58-74 89-70 83-74 85-53 70-82 100-69 80-68 75-73

11/27 11/28 W 11/30 W 12/2 W 12/4 W 12/12 W 12/17 W 12/18 W 12/19 W 1/3 1/6 1/9 W 1/17 W 1/22 1/23 W 1/27 1/30 W 2/1 W 2/3 W 2/6 2/8 W 2/11 2/13 W 2/17 W 2/20 W 2/22 W 2/25 W 2/26 2/28 W 3/12

L No. 12 No. 12 No. 16 No. 16 No. 16 No. 14 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 L No. 11 L No. 11 No. 11 No. 13 L No. 13 No. 13 L No. 16 No. 16 No. 15 No. 15 L No. 15 No. 15 L No. 15 No. 15 No. 19 No. 19 No. 18 No. 18 L No. 18 No. 18 L No. 18

21-9 andy landeRs JaneT HaRRis (22.1) JaneT HaRRis (12.4)

1 vs. Valdosta State 82-83 1 vs. McNeese State 94-74 at Florida 89-76/ Berry 91-76 Georgia Tech 86-43 at Mercer 76-70 2 vs. Mississippi State 75-56 2 vs. Memphis State 80-68 2 vs. Northern Illinois 76-65 at No. 14 Kentucky 59-62 at Georgia State (OT) 77-79 Florida 92-77 Tennessee 66-63 3 vs. Drake 64-76 3 vs. Syracuse 91-46 # No. 1 Louisiana Tech 60-83 No. 12 South Carolina (OT) 82-75 Georgia State 98-60 Tennessee Tech 94-74 No. 11 Kentucky 76-77 at Georgia Tech 69-52 at No. 20 Tennessee 52-65 at UT-Chattanooga 86-70 at Vanderbilt 78-63 Miami (Fla.) 91-51 Vanderbilt 79-63 4 vs. No. 19 Auburn 66-65 4 vs. No. 8 Tennessee 44-55 4 vs. LSU 77-66 5 at No. 17 Arizona State 77-97

1 Lady Sunshine Classic (Orlando, Fla.); 2 Lady Tiger Classic (Memphis, Tenn.); 3 Optimist-ODU Classic (Norfolk, Va.); # Home Game Played in Marietta, Ga.; 4 SEC Tourney (Lexington, Ky.); 5 NCAA 1st Round (Tempe, Ariz.).

# Home Games Played in Marietta, Ga.; 1 Clemson Invitational (Clemson, S.C.); 2 SEC Tourney (Baton Rouge, La.); 3 GAIAW Tourney (Atlanta, Ga.); 4 AIAW Region III Tourney (Valdosta, Ga.); 5 NWIT (Amarillo, Texas).

1979-80 Starting Lineup

Pos. G G F F F

Player DiAnn Stone Bernadette Locke Cynthia Collins Denise Dunlap Teresa Duncan

F F

Michelle Hartley Sarah Edwards

134

G/GS 26 27 28 28 25

PPG 4.8 20.6 14.5 12.7 8.3

RPG 2.8 3.5 10.1 6.4 5.9

28 28

8.1 6.6

5.3 4.6

Top Reserves

Pos. G G F F F

1980-81 Starting Lineup

Player Lou Sims Bernadette Locke Cynthia Collins LeAnn Harrell Deborah Mitchell

PPG 4.9 10.8 11.8 7.1 17.6

RPG 1.8 2.0 8.6 3.1 9.2

37 37

14.1 6.1

10.6 2.8

Top Reserves

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G/GS 37 37 35 31 34

Pos. G G F F C

1981-82 Starting Lineup

Player Lou Sims Rhonda Malone Cynthia Collins Janet Harris Wanda Holloway

G/GS 30/25 28/27 25/21 30/29 30/30

PPG 6.0 11.2 7.0 22.1 16.8

RPG 1.4 1.9 6.3 12.4 9.4

G Amanda Abrams F Denise Dunlap

29/5 27/10

5.5 2.1

1.2 2.7

Top Reserves


Season-by-Season Results 1982-83

RecoRd: ap Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Rhonda Malone

11/26 W 11/27 12/1 W 12/4 W 12/11 W 12/15 W 12/30 W 12/31 W 1/3 W 1/6 W 1/8 W 1/10 W 1/11 W 1/16 1/21 W 1/22 W 1/26 W 1/30 1/31 W 2/6 2/7 W 2/9 W 2/12 2/14 2/20 W 2/26 W 2/28 W 3/3 W 3/4 W 3/5 W 3/19 W 3/25 W 3/27 W 4/1

L

L

L L L L

L

No. 7 No. 7 No. 12 No. 12 No. 13 No. 11 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8

ncaa RunneR-up

sec cHampions

RecoRd: ap Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

27-7 no. 9 andy landeRs JaneT HaRRis (20.4) JaneT HaRRis (11.7)

1 vs. No. 14 Rutgers 1 vs. UCLA Berry College Georgia Tech Florida at Clemson 2 vs. Minnesota 2 vs. Appalachian State at Georgia State # Kansas State Vanderbilt at Florida at Mercer No. 7 Tennessee 3 vs. East Carolina 3 at South Carolina Georgia State at No. 7 Kentucky (OT) at Eastern Kentucky at Vanderbilt at Tennessee Tech UT-Chattanooga at No. 6 Tennessee at No. 14 Auburn No. 8 Kentucky Mercer (OT) Clemson 4 vs. No. 19 LSU 4 at No. 8 Tennessee 4 vs. No. 15 Ole Miss 5 No. 18 North Carolina 6 vs. Indiana 6 vs. No. 9 Tennessee 7 vs. No. 2 Southern Cal

76-61 57-75 90-67 90-56 88-66 90-65 65-61 94-32 97-42 88-67 76-70 76-60 80-66 54-74 80-61 74-72 93-55 59-66 68-54 62-63 72-61 74-60 59-73 54-58 99-81 78-66 105-64 79-78 71-65 72-69 72-70 86-70 67-63 57-81

1 Crush Classic (Chicago, Ill.); 2 Dial Soap Classic (Miami, Fla.); 3 Nike-Carolina Classic (Columbia, S.C.); # Home Game Played in Marietta, Ga.; 4 SEC Tourney (Knoxville, Tenn.); 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens); 6 NCAA Mideast (South Bend, Ind.); 7 NCAA Final Four (Norfolk, Va.).

1982-83 Starting Lineup

Pos. G G F F C

Player Amanda Abrams Teresa Edwards Cynthia Collins Lisa O’Connor Janet Harris

G/GS 33/26 33/31 33/22 34/32 34/34

PPG 3.3 13.0 3.6 13.6 20.4

RPG 1.5 2.2 3.4 5.7 11.7

C G

Wanda Holloway Lou Sims

34/14 34/8

13.2 3.6

7.6 1.5

Top Reserves

1984-85

1983-84

ncaa Final FouR sec cHampions

11/25 W No. 3 11/26 W No. 3 12/2 W No. 3 12/3 W No. 3 12/12 W No. 3 12/15 L No. 3 12/18 W No. 3 12/19 W No. 3 12/20 W No. 3 12/29 W No. 3 12/30 W No. 3 1/3 W No. 3 1/7 W No. 3 1/12 W No. 2 1/14 W No. 2 1/16 W No. 2 1/22 L No. 4 1/26 W No. 4 1/28 W No. 4 1/30 W No. 4 2/2 W No. 4 2/5 W No. 4 2/12 W No. 4 2/15 W No. 4 2/19 W No. 4 2/22 W No. 4 2/25 W No. 4 3/1 W No. 4 3/2 W No. 4 3/3 W No. 4 3/17 W No. 3 3/23 W No. 3 3/25 L No. 3

RecoRd: ap Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

30-3 no. 3 andy landeRs JaneT HaRRis (17.8) JaneT HaRRis (8.5)

1 vs. St. John’s 1 vs. Bowling Green at Georgia Tech Dist. of Columbia at No. 4 Texas at No. 1 Southern Cal 2 vs. Oregon 2 at Portland State 2 vs. Oregon State 3 vs. Miami (Ohio) 3 vs. No. 17 Clemson No. 12 N.C. State at Kentucky Stephen F. Austin Vanderbilt Florida at No. 11 Tennessee at UT-Chattanooga Augusta College Mercer at Georgia State Kentucky at Vanderbilt No. 15 Auburn No. 10 Tennessee South Florida at Florida 4 No. 18 Auburn 4 No. 9 LSU 4 No. 12 Alabama 5 Louisville 6 vs. No. 10 Ole Miss 6 at No. 15 Tennessee

83-70 99-50 89-52 102-61 67-61 74-82 89-64 64-34 89-54 93-36 78-64 86-68 69-68 106-51 87-86 86-66 59-63 75-71 107-53 78-57 114-68 87-61 90-66 84-68 84-65 87-35 63-48 102-72 84-77 74-65 112-69 73-63 61-73

1 Detroit Classic (Detroit, Mich.); 2 Giusti Tourney (Portland, Ore.); 3 Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio); 4 SEC Tourney (Athens); 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens); 6 NCAA Mideast (Knoxville, Tenn.).

Pos. G G F F C

1983-84 Starting Lineup

Player Teresa Edwards Rhonda Malone Lisa O’Connor Janet Harris Wanda Holloway

PPG 14.1 6.4 9.4 17.8 10.8

RPG 2.5 1.8 5.1 8.5 7.0

33/8 32/2

10.3 7.3

7.7 1.0

Top Reserves

F Katrina McClain G Susie Gardner

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G/GS 33/33 33/31 33/29 33/32 33/31

11/21 W 11/23 W 11/26 11/29 W 12/2 W 12/9 W 12/10 W 12/12 12/14 W 12/15 W 12/28 W 12/29 W 1/2 W 1/3 W 1/6 W 1/12 W 1/14 W 1/17 W 1/19 W 1/21 W 1/27 W 1/29 2/2 W 2/6 W 2/10 W 2/13 W 2/17 W 2/28 W 3/3 3/16 W 3/21 W 3/23 W 3/29 W 3/31

L

L

L

L

L

No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8

29-5 no. 8 andy landeRs JaneT HaRRis (20.6) JaneT HaRRis (10.3)

at Middle Tennessee 84-73 at Tennessee State 86-69 No. 3 Texas 69-83 at Georgia Tech 100-69 UT-Chattanooga 91-61 No. 15 Tennessee 78-72 Georgia Southern 76-56 at Western Ky. (OT) 67-72 1 vs. No. 16 Texas Tech 80-68 1 at No. 18 Missouri 70-67 2 vs. No. 14 Rutgers 80-62 2 at No. 9 Ohio State 58-57 vs. Cincinnati 89-61 vs. Xavier (Ohio) 106-38 No. 6 Southern Cal 77-56 at Florida 88-73 at Mercer 94-78 at Georgia Southern 86-59 Florida 67-56 Florida A&M 85-50 at Vanderbilt 83-67 at No. 17 Kentucky 57-61 at Tennessee 72-56 Tennessee State 102-55 Vanderbilt 95-71 Georgia State 99-57 Kentucky 87-65 3 Vanderbilt 79-67 3 vs. No. 9 Auburn 65-80 4 Tennessee Tech 91-74 5 at No. 18 UCLA 78-42 5 vs. No. 3 Long Beach State 97-82 6 vs. No. 14 Western Ky. 91-78 6 vs. No. 5 Old Dominion 65-70

1 Mid-America Classic (Columbia, Mo.); 2 Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio); 3 SEC Tourney (Athens & Oxford, Miss.); 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens); 5 NCAA West (Los Angeles, Calif.); 6 NCAA Final Four (Austin, Texas).

Pos. G G F F C

1984-85 Starting Lineup

Player Traci Waites Teresa Edwards Lisa O’Connor Janet Harris Katrina McClain

G/GS 33/14 30/29 34/34 34/33 29/21

PPG 6.9 15.5 10.9 20.6 13.7

RPG 1.9 2.8 5.1 10.3 8.1

34/16 32/10

7.1 7.0

3.3 1.1

Top Reserves

C Barbara Bootz G Susie Gardner

135

H I S T O R y


Season-by-Season Results 1985-86

1986-87

sec cHampions

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

H I S T O R y

11/22 W No. 2 11/23 W No. 2 11/25 W No. 2 11/30 W No. 2 12/2 W No. 2 12/4 W No. 2 12/11 W No. 2 12/14 W No. 2 12/16 W No. 2 12/27 W No. 2 12/28 L No. 2 12/31 W No. 3 1/6 W No. 3 1/9 W No. 3 1/12 W No. 2 1/18 W No. 2 1/22 W No. 2 1/26 W No. 2 1/29 W No. 2 2/2 W No. 2 2/5 W No. 2 2/8 W No. 2 2/10 W No. 2 2/13 W No. 2 2/15 W No. 2 2/17 W No. 2 2/23 W No. 2 3/1 W No. 2 3/2 W No. 2 3/3 W No. 2 3/15 W No. 2 3/20 L No. 2

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

30-2 no. 2 no . 4 andy landeRs kaTRina mcclain (21.3) kaTRina mcclain (10.1)

1 vs. Central Michigan 97-55 1 at Tennessee Tech 79-64 at Clemson 87-68 at No. 15 N.C. State 92-67 Middle Tennessee 108-58 Georgia Tech 93-58 Georgia Southern 97-67 # Cincinnati 98-47 at Florida A&M 90-62 2 vs. No. 18 N. Carolina 87-70 2 at No. 3 Southern Cal 67-70 at No. 4 Long Beach State 93-68 at UT-Chattanooga 83-67 at Georgia Southern 97-47 at Vanderbilt 68-61 at No. 9 Auburn 95-61 South Carolina 93-70 at No. 9 Ole Miss 70-69 No. 11 Tennessee 84-74 No. 12 LSU 90-66 at Alabama 73-69 Mississippi State 87-47 No. 4 Western Ky. 93-61 Mercer 105-54 at Florida 83-47 at South Florida 90-47 Kentucky 113-67 3 Alabama 88-71 3 No. 10 Ole Miss 76-68 3 No. 9 LSU 94-72 4 Illinois 103-64 5 vs. No. 15 Tennessee 82-85

1 TTU Classic (Cookeville, Tenn.); # Home Game Played in Marietta, Ga.; 2 TransAmerica Classic (Los Angeles); 3 SEC Tourney (Athens); 4 NCAA 1st (Athens); 5 NCAA Mideast (Iowa City, Iowa).

Pos. G G G F C

1985-86 Starting Lineup G/GS 31/31 31/18 32/32 31/31 31/30

PPG 8.1 8.0 19.7 11.7 21.3

RPG 3.6 2.0 4.6 6.2 10.1

C Barbara Bootz 29/13 F Katie Abrahamson 33/5

5.6 4.7

3.6 2.8

136

Player Traci Waites Rhonda Mikes Teresa Edwards Lisa O’Connor Katrina McClain

Top Reserves

11/28 W 11/29 W 11/30 W 12/4 W 12/7 W 12/13 W 12/15 W 12/17 12/27 W 12/28 W 1/2 W 1/4 W 1/8 W 1/11 1/15 W 1/18 W 1/24 1/29 W 2/1 W 2/4 W 2/8 W 2/10 W 2/15 W 2/16 W 2/22 W 2/24 W 2/27 W 3/4 W 3/5 W 3/6 3/14 W 3/29

L

L L

L L

No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 9 No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 6 No. 6

1987-88

27-5 no. 6 no . 9 andy landeRs kaTRina mcclain (24.9) kaTRina mcclain (12.2)

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

1 vs. Grambling 73-51 1 vs. South Alabama 70-58 1 vs. Alabama 78-59 Valdosta State 116-55 No. 15 Maryland 65-49 at Northeast Louisiana 69-63 at Northwestern State (OT) 95-94 at No. 2 Louisiana Tech 54-79 2 vs. Virginia Tech 80-56 2 at Villanova 71-60 at South Carolina 69-56 Florida 78-65 Missouri 80-67 at No. 9 LSU 53-84 Clemson 65-62 at Mississippi State 69-50 at No. 3 Tennessee 72-78 at Georgia Tech 72-57 Alabama 77-55 at Mercer 88-41 No. 2 Auburn 72-71 UNC-Charlotte 98-50 No. 15 Vanderbilt 89-72 UT-Chattanooga 100-52 No. 6 Ole Miss 69-64 Florida A&M 89-51 at Kentucky 73-64 3 vs. Kentucky 67-64 3 vs. No. 20 Vanderbilt 54-53 3 vs. No. 2 Auburn 57-83 4 Kansas 82-51 5 vs. No. 9 Iowa 60-62

Tammye Jenkins

1 Southern Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.); 2 Texaco-Wildcat Christmas Classic (Villanova, Pa.); 3 SEC Tourney (Albany, Ga.); 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens); 5 NCAA Midwest (Ruston, La.).\

Pos. G G F F C

1986-87 Starting Lineup

Player Carla Green DeeDee Frasier Katie Abrahamson Katrina McClain Barbara Bootz

G/GS 32/30 32/32 32/29 32/32 31/31

PPG 11.0 5.2 9.1 24.9 10.0

RPG 2.8 2.8 5.1 12.2 4.8

32/1 31/3

8.3 4.1

4.5 2.4

Top Reserves

C Sherelle Warren F Tari Phillips

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11/28 W 11/29 12/2 W 12/4 12/6 W 12/12 W 12/15 1217 W 12/19 W 12/28 W 12/29 W 1/3 W 1/6 W 1/9 W 1/11 W 1/17 1/20 W 1/24 W 1/31 2/3 W 2/7 W 2/10 2/13 2/14 W 2/17 W 2/21 W 2/27 3/4 W 3/5 3/19 W 3/24

No. 10 L No. 10 No. 11 L No. 11 No. 11 No. 12 L No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 L No. 13 No. 15 No. 15 L No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 L No. 13 L No. 13 No. 13 No. 16 No. 16 L No. 15 No. 17 L No. 17 No. 17 L No. 17

21-10 no. 17 no. 10 andy landeRs Tammye Jenkins (16.0) Tammye Jenkins (8.6)

1 vs. No. 16 S. Illinois 1 at No. 6 Iowa Georgia Tech No. 5 Louisiana Tech Northeast Louisiana at Valdosta State at No. 20 Maryland at Howard at Va. Commonwealth 2 vs. No. 9 Ohio State 2 at N.C. State at Florida State at Alabama at Florida Detroit LSU No. 9 Long Beach State Mississippi State No. 4 Tennessee South Carolina Kentucky at No. 3 Auburn at Clemson at UT-Chattanooga at Florida A&M at Vanderbilt at No. 10 Ole Miss 3 vs. LSU 3 vs. No. 3 Tennessee 4 Western Ky. 4 No. 3 Auburn

58-53 56-66 92-71 59-79 78-59 90-80 48-66 72-69 59-51 80-66 73-54 91-72 84-67 96-66 87-47 56-70 74-64 60-55 79-82 82-60 86-70 70-89 65-73 82-51 86-55 58-55 61-69 86-84 76-82 84-66 65-68

1 Amana Classic (Iowa City, Iowa); 2 Ronald McDonald House Classic (Raleigh, N.C.); 3 SEC Tourney (Albany, Ga.); 4 NCAA Mideast (Athens).

Pos. G G F F C

1987-88 Starting Lineup

Player Adrienne Shuler Carla Green Tari Phillips Tammye Jenkins Sherelle Warren

G/GS 31/22 31/24 31/18 30/29 31/24

PPG 7.2 11.2 9.0 16.0 14.3

RPG 3.7 3.0 4.3 8.6 6.4

27/16 31/9

6.7 2.7

1.2 1.5

Top Reserves

G Kim Berry F Jill Mitchell


Season-by-Season Results 1989-90

1988-89

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Sherelle Warren

11/25 W 11/26 W 11/29 W 12/3 W 12/10 W 12/13 L 12/15 W 12/17 W 12/19 W 12/28 L 12/29 W 12/30 W 1/8 W 1/12 W 1/14 W 1/16 W 1/18 W 1/22 W 1/26 W 1/29 L 2/4 W 2/11 W 2/16 W 2/18 W 2/22 W 2/25 L 2/28 L 3/3 L 3/15 W 3/18 L

No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 8 No. 8 No. 10 No. 10

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

23-7 no. 10 no. 18 andy landeRs Tammye Jenkins (14.6) Tammye Jenkins (7.6)

1 at Cincinnati 1 vs. No. 16 N.C. State at Georgia Tech Stetson at Northeast Louisiana at No. 3 Louisiana Tech at Central Michigan at Michigan State at Detroit 2 vs. Oklahoma State 2 vs. South Alabama at Southern Utah State Florida at No. 16 South Carolina Vanderbilt No. 20 Clemson Tennessee State No. 4 Ole Miss S.C. State at No. 2 Tennessee at Kentucky Alabama Florida State at Mississippi State Howard at LSU No. 1 Auburn 3 vs. No. 12 Ole Miss 4 UT-Chattanooga 5 at Clemson

66-45 68-58 73-58 95-54 71-65 55-72 85-75 66-52 98-54 70-76 92-62 101-61 101-77 82-73 83-62 96-75 102-32 72-65 102-31 64-78 92-70 56-55 90-70 83-74 86-49 72-82 76-86 69-78 90-69 65-78

1 Hall of Fame Classic (Cincinnati, Ohio); 2 UNLV Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.); 3 SEC Tourney (Albany, Ga.); 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens); 5 NCAA Mideast (Clemson, S.C.).

Pos. G G F F F

1988-89 Starting Lineup

11/24 W 11/25 W 11/29 W 12/2 W 12/10 W 12/16 W 12/18 W 12/29 W 12/30 W 1/3 W 1/5 W 1/6 W 1/9 W 1/13 1/15 W 1/20 1/22 W 1/24 W 1/28 W 1/30 W 2/3 W 2/7 W 2/10 2/15 W 2/17 W 2/21 W 2/25 W 3/2 W 3/3 3/18

L L

L

L L

No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 7 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 7

1990-91

sec cHampions

25-5 no. 7 no. 13 andy landeRs lady HaRdmon (14.1) Tammye Jenkins (8.1)

1 vs. Ohio State 88-78 1 at Nebraska 74-59 Georgia Tech 85-70 at S.C. State 98-63 at Middle Tennessee 95-89 # Michigan State 90-66 Central Michigan 78-47 2 vs. North Carolina 83-69 2 vs. No. 20 South Carolina 76-64 # No. 6 N.C. State 89-68 at Stetson 85-70 at Florida 70-58 at Alabama 70-65 at Vanderbilt 62-63 Southern Utah State 112-46 at Ole Miss 65-68 Eastern Kentucky 109-90 at Georgia State 83-50 No. 3 Tennessee 81-76 Dist. of Columbia 81-45 Kentucky 78-75 at Clemson 75-52 at No. 13 Auburn 64-85 No. 19 South Carolina 72-57 Mississippi State 101-64 at Florida State 80-76 No. 19 LSU 72-56 3 vs. Vanderbilt 79-72 3 vs. No. 3 Tennessee 54-73 4 No. 22 Arkansas 70-81

1 Wimmer’s Invitational (Lincoln, Neb.); # Home Games Played in Atlanta/Marietta; 2 Hilton Head Super Shootout (Hilton Head Island, S.C.); 3 SEC Tourney (Albany, Ga.); 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens).

1989-90 Starting Lineup

Player Adrienne Shuler Lady Hardmon Carla Green Stacy Ford Tammye Jenkins

G/GS 26/24 30/22 30/28 30/21 30/28

PPG 9.6 7.1 11.8 8.8 14.6

RPG 4.1 4.0 5.6 5.0 7.6

Pos. G G G F F

Player Sharon Baldwin Lady Hardmon Camille Lowe Stacey Ford Tammye Jenkins

G/GS 28/24 29/29 26/19 29/29 27/26

PPG 8.6 14.1 6.9 13.2 13.0

RPG 3.8 5.7 3.4 6.2 8.1

C Sherelle Warren G Kim Berry

30/9 30/3

10.4 8.2

5.0 1.5

C Sherelle Warren G Adrienne Shuler

29/5 29/18

5.3 6.6

3.5 2.8

Top Reserves

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Top Reserves

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/28 W 12/1 W 12/8 W 12/11 W 12/13 W 12/15 W 12/21 W 12/22 12/28 W 12/30 1/5 W 1/7 W 1/9 W 1/12 W 1/14 W 1/16 W 1/19 W 1/26 W 1/28 W 1/31 W 2/3 W 2/7 W 2/10 W 2/16 W 2/20 W 2/23 W 2/25 W 3/1 W 3/2 3/16 W 3/21 W 3/23

L L

L L

No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 No. 6 No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 5 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3

28-4 no. 3 no . 6 andy landeRs camille loWe (15.1) Tammye Jenkins (7.4)

Northeast Louisiana 109-70 Loyola-Chicago 107-61 at Middle Tennessee 80-62 at South Carolina 74-56 at Cincinnati 99-38 at Ohio State 91-60 1 vs. No. 8 Northwestern (OT) 93-83 1 at No. 12 Stanford 79-82 2 vs. Maryland 91-73 2 vs. No. 17 Rutgers 57-58 3 at No. 15 Iowa 62-51 Georgia State 77-45 S.C. State 100-54 Florida 89-68 UNC-Charlotte 81-56 DePaul 90-67 No. 14 Ole Miss 77-64 Vanderbilt 57-53 at No. 3 Tennessee 81-74 No. 22 Florida State 91-71 at Kentucky 87-71 No. 19 Clemson 96-59 at No. 13 LSU (OT) 108-102 at Mississippi State 90-59 Alabama 83-47 No. 5 Auburn 70-66 South Alabama 125-64 4 vs. Alabama 78-69 4 vs. No. 12 LSU 74-83 5 No. 17 UNLV 86-62 6 vs. No. 18 Long Beach St. 87-77 6 vs. No. 11 Stanford 67-75

1 Cardinal Classic (Stanford, Calif.); 2 Bell Atlantic Holiday Classic (New Brunswick, N.J.); 3 Big Ten-SEC Challenge (Iowa City, Iowa); 4 SEC Tourney (Albany, Ga.); 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens); 6 NCAA West (Las Vegas, Nev.).

Pos. G G G F F

1990-91 Starting Lineup

Player Adrienne Shuler Lady Hardmon Camille Lowe Stacey Ford Tammye Jenkins

G/GS 32/31 32/30 32/31 30/26 28/23

PPG 7.7 12.9 15.1 14.3 11.8

RPG 3.3 4.4 3.6 6.8 7.4

32/14 32/1

9.1 7.7

5.6 2.6

Top Reserves

F Deborah Carter G Vicky Jones

137

H I S T O R y


Season-by-Season Results 1992-93

1991-92

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/22 11/25 11/30 12/6 W 12/8 W 12/10 W 12/14 12/16 W 12/19 W 1/4 W 1/6 W 1/9 W 1/11 W 1/14 1/18 W 1/22 W 1/26 W 2/1 2/3 W 2/5 W 2/8 2/10 W 2/15 2/18 W 2/22 2/26 W 2/29 3/6 W 3/7 W 3/8

19-11 andy landeRs deboRaH caRTeR (12.1) TaRa cosby (6.2)

L No. 4 L No. 8 L No. 8 No. 24

No. 7 Stanford at Wis.-Green Bay Ohio State Mercer Notre Dame (OT) at South Alabama L at DePaul at Loyola-Chicago at No. 20 Arkansas at No. 4 Vanderbilt at Georgia State at S.C. State Kentucky L No. 25 at UNC-Charlotte No. 25 South Carolina at Florida Mississippi State L at No. 7 Ole Miss Oral Roberts Winthrop L at Auburn Florida A&M L No. 3 Tennessee Cincinnati L LSU at Florida A&M L at No. 20 Alabama 1 vs. No. 12 Vanderbilt 1 vs. No. 3 Ole Miss L No. 24 1 vs. No. 2 Tennessee

66-92 57-81 79-82 99-69 90-86 77-61 63-67 85-59 79-62 61-60 76-65 81-54 83-65 64-74 63-62 96-81 82-60 59-88 77-74 85-53 56-84 101-63 51-55 93-50 75-86 93-66 81-105 58-57 71-60 66-73

1 SEC Tourney (Albany, Ga.).

H I S T O R y

1993-94

sec TouRney Finals

sec TouRney Finals

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 12/6 W 12/12 L 12/13 L 12/18 W 12/19 L 12/21 W 12/28 L 12/29 W 1/2 L 1/4 W 1/7 W 1/10 L 1/13 W 1/16 L 1/20 W 1/23 L 1/25 W 1/30 W 2/1 W 2/3 W 2/7 L 2/10 W 2/14 L 2/15 W 2/20 W 2/22 W 2/24 W 2/28 L 3/5 W 3/6 W 3/7 W 3/8 L 3/17 W 3/20 L

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

21-13 no. 21 no. 21 andy landeRs camille loWe (13.4) medina TuRneR (7.9)

No. 18 No. 13 No. 13 No. 20 No. 20 No. 20

Middle Tennessee 80-65 1 vs. Santa Clara 62-64 1 vs. Oregon State 79-81 2 vs. Missouri-Kansas City 72-63 2 at Ohio State 72-89 at Notre Dame 81-75 3 vs. San Diego State 63-70 3 vs. Rider College 97-57 No. 2 Vanderbilt 66-90 Georgia State 78-63 Winthrop 108-58 at Kentucky 60-69 Arkansas 91-71 at South Carolina 57-77 Florida 70-64 at Mississippi State 65-76 Oral Roberts 116-49 Ole Miss 75-60 at Mercer 65-57 at Georgia Southern 78-64 No. 8 Auburn 56-82 S.C. State 72-61 at No. 1 Tennessee 68-71 Wis.-Green Bay 82-60 at LSU 88-53 No. 23 DePaul 74-62 Furman 90-66 Alabama 50-67 4 vs. Arkansas 84-73 4 vs. No. 1 Tennessee 73-72 4 vs. Alabama 76-72 4 vs. No. 1 Vanderbilt 64-78 No. 21 5 San Diego State 85-68 No. 21 6 vs. No. 6 Stanford 60-93

11/26 W 11/28 W 12/5 12/7 W 12/8 12/11 W 12/14 W 12/15 W 12/29 12/30 W 1/5 1/8 W 1/10 W 1/12 W 1/16 1/18 W 1/23 1/29 W 2/2 W 2/6 W 2/9 2/12 2/14 W 2/20 W 2/23 2/27 3/4 W 3/5

L L

L L

No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 21 No. 21 No. 21 No. 25 No. 25 No. 24 No. 24 No. 25 No. 25 No. 25

L L

L L L L L

17-11 andy landeRs la’kesHia FReTT (14.0) TiFFany WalkeR (7.7)

UNC Asheville at Furman at DePaul at Loyola-Chicago at Marquette No. 16 Stephen F. Austin 1 vs. Georgia Southern 1 vs. Georgia Tech 2 vs. No. 16 Kansas 2 vs. Coppin State at No. 11 Alabama at Arkansas Mercer Florida Atlantic at No. 6 Vanderbilt LSU Kentucky South Carolina Tennessee Tech # Mississippi State at Florida at Ole Miss No. 18 Fla. International at No. 22 Auburn at S.C. State No. 1 Tennessee 3 vs. Arkansas 3 vs. No. 1 Tennessee

122-59 88-77 65-72 102-88 72-88 78-63 82-77 67-52 79-92 94-41 57-70 73-64 103-51 109-54 50-80 92-63 70-71 80-76 79-62 83-65 72-79 49-78 72-50 58-54 72-77 59-75 84-62 72-86

1 ISES Southern Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.); 2 Express Christmas Classic (Jamaica, N.Y.); # Home Game Played at The Omni, Atlanta; 3 SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.).

1 Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Honolulu, Hawaii); 2 Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio); 3 Wildcat Christmas Classic (Villanova, Pa.); 4 SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.); 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens); 6 NCAA 2nd Round (Palo Alto, Calif.).

Pos. G G F F C

1991-92 Starting Lineup

Player Lady Hardmon Vicky Jones Camille Lowe Deborah Carter Medina Turner

PPG 12.0 11.0 9.3 12.1 7.0

RPG 3.8 4.3 3.8 5.7 5.8

27/4 30/3

8.7 5.6

6.2 1.9

Top Reserves

G Tara Cosby F Miriam Lowe 138

G/GS 30/29 30/29 30/23 24/22 29/23

Pos. G G F F C

1992-93 Starting Lineup

Player Camille Lowe Vicky Jones Deborah Reese Nakia Hill Medina Turner

G/GS 34/34 32/32 31/19 31/20 31/20

PPG 13.4 11.1 9.1 10.6 11.4

RPG 4.1 4.5 5.1 5.7 7.9

31/20 34/2

6.5 5.7

3.2 2.3

Top Reserves

G Kelly Robbins G Miriam Lowe

Pos. G G F F C

1993-94 Starting Lineup

Player Rachel Powell Deborah Reese Tiffany Walker La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson

PPG 8.9 13.0 6.9 14.0 12.5

RPG 2.0 4.8 7.7 6.0 6.2

28/2 25/10

8.8 3.9

2.5 2.9

Top Reserves

G Kedra Holland F Vera Jardim

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

G/GS 25/20 38/28 28/18 28/25 28/24

Vera Jardim


Season-by-Season Results 1994-95

1995-96

ncaa Final FouR

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/25 W 11/27 W 12/7 W 12/12 W 12/13 W 12/17 W 12/19 W 12/28 W 12/30 W 1/5 W 1/8 W 1/11 W 1/15 1/18 W 1/22 W 1/23 W 1/29 W 2/1 W 2/4 W 2/8 2/10 W 2/13 W 2/15 W 2/19 W 2/21 W 2/25 3/4 W 3/5 3/17 W 3/19 W 3/23 W 3/25 W 4/1

L

L

L L

L

No. 18 No. 18 No. 16 No. 16 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 12 No. 12 No. 11 No. 11 No. 8 No. 8 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 9 No. 9 No. 11 No. 11 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12

28-5 no. 12 no . 4 andy landeRs la’kesHia FReTT (15.9) TRacy HendeRson (7.6)

Ohio State at Middle Tennessee Rutgers 1 at Georgia State 1 vs. Georgia Tech at LSU at Bowling Green at Rutgers at Manhattan at Tennessee Tech No. 24 Arkansas Marquette No. 10 Vanderbilt No. 14 Alabama at Kentucky UNC Asheville at South Carolina S.C. State at Mississippi State No. 18 Florida No. 14 Ole Miss (OT) at Texas New Mexico State Auburn Charleston Southern at No. 2 Tennessee 2 vs. No. 18 Florida 2 vs. No. 7 Vanderbilt 3 Indiana 3 Louisville 4 vs. N.C. State 4 vs. No. 2 Colorado 5 vs. No. 3 Tennessee

79-70 95-71 105-70 92-37 113-81 84-68 82-63 92-74 94-52 82-64 72-67 104-60 52-65 91-67 68-57 102-31 80-58 90-45 69-66 46-59 80-77 80-75 80-53 78-56 91-33 61-83 88-71 56-82 81-64 81-68 98-79 82-79 51-73

1 ISES Southern Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.); 2 SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.); 3 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens); 4 NCAA Midwest (Des Moines, Iowa); 5 NCAA Final Four (Minneapolis, Minn.).

Pos. G G F F C

1994-95 Starting Lineup

Player Saudia Roundtree Kedra Holland Tiffany Walker La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson

G/GS 33/32 33/22 33/28 33/33 33/33

PPG 14.8 12.5 6.8 15.9 15.5

RPG 4.7 3.9 6.5 6.0 7.6

33/12 33/5

6.1 2.3

1.8 4.5

Top Reserves

G Rachel Powell G Brandi Decker

1996-97

ncaa RunneR-up sec cHampions

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Brandi Decker

11/25 W 11/26 11/28 W 12/2 12/8 W 12/15 W 12/17 W 12/19 W 12/20 W 12/21 W 1/4 W 1/6 W 1/8 W 1/12 W 1/15 W 1/20 W 1/25 W 1/28 W 1/31 W 2/4 W 2/7 W 2/11 W 2/13 W 2/16 2/20 W 2/24 W 3/1 3/15 W 3/17 W 3/23 W 3/25 W 3/29 W 3/31

L L

L L

L

No. 2 No. 2 No. 6 No. 6 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 9 No. 9 No. 7 No. 7 No. 4 No. 4 No. 2 No. 2 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5

sec cHampions

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

28-5 no. 5 no . 2 andy landeRs saudia RoundTRee (16.7) la’kesHia FReTT (8.7)

1 vs. SMU 95-65 1 at Old Dominion 64-67 Georgia Southern 98-49 at No. 5 Virginia 65-94 at New Mexico State 75-67 Bowling Green 104-64 at No. 18 Alabama 89-83 2 vs. S.C. State 93-32 2 vs. No. 11 Iowa 79-52 2 vs. Nebraska 86-70 LSU 76-61 UNC Asheville 101-36 No. 3 Tennessee 77-71 at No. 24 Auburn 79-71 at No. 3 Connecticut 75-67 at No. 10 Penn State 79-78 at No. 20 Florida 72-61 Mississippi State 97-62 Texas 93-68 3 vs. North Carolina 80-75 at No. 17 Ole Miss 90-85 South Carolina 79-61 Kentucky 75-55 at No. 13 Vanderbilt 66-71 No. 19 Florida 89-81 at Arkansas 87-54 4 vs. LSU 71-73 5 St. Francis (Pa.) 98-66 5 Oklahoma State 83-55 6 at Stephen F. Austin 78-64 6 vs. No. 1 Louisiana Tech 90-76 7 vs. No. 2 Stanford 86-76 7 vs. No. 4 Tennessee 65-83

11/25 12/1 W 12/4 W 12/8 W 12/10 W 12/13 W 12/19 W 12/20 W 12/21 W 12/27 12/28 W 1/5 W 1/11 W 1/15 1/18 W 1/20 1/24 W 1/27 W 1/29 W 2/1 W 2/5 W 2/8 W 2/11 W 2/14 W 2/19 W 2/23 W 3/1 3/14 W 3/16 W 3/22 W 3/24

L No. 2 No. 2 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 L No. 4 No. 4 No. 5 No. 5 L No. 4 No. 4 L No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 L No. 4 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 L No. 6

25-6 no. 6 no . 7 andy landeRs kedRa Holland-coRn (17.2) la’kesHia FReTT (6.7)

at No. 24 Clemson at Middle Tennessee No. 12 Virginia at No. 4 Tennessee (OT) Wingate at No. 19 Wisconsin 1 vs. Weber State 1 vs. Toledo 1 vs. Oregon 2 vs. No. 5 Louisiana Tech 2 at UNLV No. 22 Penn State No. 18 Auburn No. 5 Alabama Ole Miss No. 1 Connecticut at Mississippi State Georgia State No. 13 Florida at South Carolina UNC Asheville at Kentucky at No. 13 LSU No. 12 Vanderbilt at No. 10 Florida No. 20 Arkansas 3 vs. Auburn 4 Eastern Kentucky 4 Arizona 5 vs. No. 20 Vanderbilt 5 vs. No. 3 Stanford

78-83 89-70 77-56 94-93 96-38 74-67 72-44 85-52 72-55 69-71 87-41 62-56 82-55 64-68 78-56 65-97 68-65 95-65 86-73 78-35 83-44 80-62 76-65 71-45 66-64 79-63 47-75 91-55 80-74 66-52 47-82

1 Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska); 2 UNLV Shootout (Las Vegas, Nev.); 3 SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.); 4 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens); 5 NCAA West (Missoula, Mont.).

1 Dial Classic (Norfolk, Va.); 2 Carolinas Classic (Myrtle Beach, S.C.); 3 Naismith Classic (Charlotte, N.C.); 4 SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.); 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens); 6 NCAA Midwest (Nacogdoches, Texas); 7 NCAA Final Four (Charlotte, N.C.).

Pos. G G F F C

1995-96 Starting Lineup

Player Saudia Roundtree Rachel Powell Kedra Holland La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson

PPG 16.7 4.7 11.3 14.6 11.3

RPG 5.6 1.3 3.3 8.7 6.4

33/0 33/6

7.1 4.6

2.4 1.6

Top Reserves

G Pam Irwin G Latrese Bush 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

G/GS 33/33 33/33 33/26 33/33 33/33

Pos. G G F F C

1996-97 Starting Lineup

Player Rachel Powell Kedra Holland-Corn Tiffany Walker La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson

G/GS 31/25 31/30 30/26 28/25 28/26

PPG 4.9 17.2 4.3 16.2 15.7

RPG 1.7 4.0 4.8 6.7 6.6

30/4 31/4

7.8 3.3

2.2 3.6

Top Reserves

G Pam Irwin F Brandi Decker

139

H I S T O R y


Season-by-Season Results 1997-98

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/21 W 11/24 W 11/30 W 12/5 12/6 W 12/11 W 12/14 W 12/16 12/18 W 12/29 W 12/30 W 1/4 1/7 1/10 W 1/14 1/17 W 1/21 W 1/24 W 1/28 2/1 2/4 W 2/8 2/11 W 2/13 2/17 W 2/20 W 2/26 3/13

L

L

L L L

L L L L L L

No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 No. 10 No. 10 No. 15 No. 15 No. 11 No. 11 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 20 No. 20 No. 19 No. 19 No. 18 No. 18 No. 17 No. 17 No. 24 No. 24

1998-99

17-11 andy landeRs kelly milleR (17.5) elena visHniakova (6.9)

Boise State at Georgia Southern Clemson 1 vs. Florida International 1 vs. Charleston Southern at Oklahoma at Oral Roberts Austin Peay at Central Michigan 2 vs. Fairfield 2 at La Salle No. 11 Wisconsin (OT) at No. 12 Florida LSU No. 1 Tennessee at No. 21 Auburn Arkansas at Ole Miss at No. 1 Tennessee Mississippi State South Carolina at Alabama Kentucky at No. 15 Vanderbilt No. 12 Florida at Arkansas (OT) 3 vs. Ole Miss 4 vs. G. Washington

89-66 84-73 70-67 68-83 97-61 94-76 64-60 66-71 94-73 94-68 80-64 64-74 61-94 81-70 71-96 73-70 81-51 65-58 43-102 75-79 80-61 77-90 87-46 65-68 79-62 86-81 73-77 72-74

1 Tallahassee Democrat Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.); 2. La Salle CoreStates Classic (Philadelphia, Pa.); 3. SEC Tourney (Columbus, Ga.); 4. NCAA 1st Round (Storrs, Conn.).

H I S T O R y

1999-2000

ncaa Final FouR

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/22 W 11/27 W 11/29 W 12/1 W 12/5 W 12/6 W 12/10 W 12/13 W 12/19 W 12/20 W 12/30 W 1/3 W 1/7 W 1/10 W 1/14 1/17 W 1/18 W 1/21 W 1/24 W 1/28 1/31 2/3 W 2/7 2/14 2/18 W 2/21 W 2/26 W 2/27 W 2/28 3/13 W 3/15 w 3/20 W 3/22 W 3/26

L

L L L L

L

L

No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 No. 4 No. 8 No. 8 No. 10 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12

sec cHampions

27-7 no. 12 no . 5 andy landeRs kelly milleR (18.5) TaWana mcdonald (6.9)

Oral Roberts at Dartmouth at UMass Manhattan 1 vs. Alcorn State 1 at Stephen F. Austin Georgia Southern Oklahoma 2 vs. Sacramento State 2 at Boise State Florida State No. 14 Alabama No. 19 Florida at LSU at No. 1 Tennessee No. 25 Auburn 3 vs. Georgia Tech at Arkansas Ole Miss No. 1 Tennessee at Mississippi State at South Carolina at Kentucky Vanderbilt at Florida Arkansas 4 vs. Mississippi State 4 vs. Kentucky 4 vs. No. 2 Tennessee 5 Liberty 5 SMU 6 vs. No. 10 Clemson 6 vs. No. 19 Iowa State 7 vs. No. 10 Duke

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

118-64 96-74 80-57 97-63 91-51 81-70 101-52 88-79 94-48 91-51 95-72 85-70 84-72 73-60 69-102 96-78 88-82 68-59 81-43 79-95 72-78 62-58 76-80 57-66 91-66 98-82 72-66 68-62 69-85 73-52 68-55 67-54 89-71 69-81

1 Conoco Ladyjack Classic (Nacogdochese, Texas); 2 Boise State Classic (Boise, Id..); 3 Cobb Civic Center (Marietta, Ga.); 4 SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.); 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens); 6 NCAA Mideast (Cincinnati); 7 NCAA Final Four (San Jose, Calif.).

Pos. G G F F C

1997-98 Starting Lineup

Player Kelly Miller Coco Miller Pam Irwin Elena Vishniakova Angie Ball

PPG 17.5 16.0 13.6 7.9 4.7

RPG 5.7 4.6 3.1 6.9 4.9

28/7 28/12

4.5 8.3

2.4 6.0

Top Reserves

F Tawnya Nash C Dianna Lott 140

G/GS 28/28 27/21 28/28 28/18 26/18

Pos. G G F F C

1998-99 Starting Lineup

Player Kelly Miller Coco Miller Pam Irwin-Osbolt Angie Ball Tawana McDonald

G/GS 34/34 34/33 34/15 34/24 27/25

PPG 18.5 18.4 7.7 7.2 9.1

RPG 6.0 3.9 2.0 4.0 6.9

F Elena Vishniakova 34/15 G Deana Nolan 26/10

7.7 7.2

6.2 4.8

Top Reserves

11/15 W 11/17 W 11/21 W 11/22 W 11/26 W 11/27 W 11/30 W 12/2 12/4 W 12/5 W 12/9 W 12/12 W 12/19 W 12/20 W 12/29 W 1/2 1/9 W 1/13 W 1/17 W 1/20 W 1/23 W 1/27 W 1/30 W 2/3 W 2/6 W 2/10 W 2/17 W 2/20 W 2/24 W 2/27 W 3/3 W 3/4 3/18 W 3/20 W 3/25 W 3/27

L

L

L

L

No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4

32-4 no. 4 no . 5 andy landeRs coco milleR (15.4) TaWana mcdonald (8.8)

1 Alabama-Birmingham 76-75 1 at No. 17 Virginia Tech 65-60 1 vs. No. 20 Boston College 78-70 1 vs. No. 12 UCSB 85-64 2 vs. Stephen F. Austin 85-44 2 at Maine (OT) 79-68 at Georgia Southern 102-70 No. 23 LSU 74-80 3 vs. Alcorn State 78-38 3 at Houston 98-68 Hampton 107-46 at Tennessee Tech 77-72 4 vs. Ohio State 91-59 4 at Long Beach State 87-67 East Tennessee State 78-51 at No. 17 Illinois 65-82 at Alabama 71-62 at Florida 78-71 No. 2 Tennessee 78-51 5 vs. Georgia Tech 86-58 at No. 10 Auburn 68-54 at Ole Miss 75-51 at Vanderbilt 84-73 Florida (OT) 81-76 No. 20 Mississippi State 83-67 South Carolina 84-61 at Kentucky 73-69 at Arkansas 72-69 Alabama 72-37 Vanderbilt 75-49 6 vs. Kentucky 63-45 6 vs. No. 17 Mississippi State 61-62 7 Montana 74-46 7 Stanford 83-64 8 vs. North Carolina 83-57 8 vs. No. 8 Rutgers 51-59

1 Preseason WNIT (1st-Athens; 2nd-Blacksburg, Va.; 3rd/4thChampaign, Ill.); 2 Dead River Classic (Orono, Maine.); 3 Hilton Hobby Classic (Houston, Texas); 4 The Beach Classic (Long Beach, Calif.); 5 Cobb Civic Center (Marietta, Ga.); 6 SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.); 7 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens); 8 NCAA West (Portland, Ore.).

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

Kiesha Brown

Pos. G G F F C

1999-2000 Starting Lineup

Player Kelly Miller Coco Miller Deana Nolan Angie Ball Tawana McDonald

G/GS 36/36 36/36 36/36 35/35 35/34

PPG 15.1 15.4 12.1 7.2 12.0

RPG 4.7 3.2 4.6 4.7 8.8

36/1 36/2

4.3 6.8

1.5 5.1

Top Reserves

G Camille Murphy F Shala Crawford


Season-by-Season Results 2000-01

2001-02

sec TouRnamenT cHampions

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Tiaunna Briggans

11/12 11/19 W 11/22 W 11/24 11/27 W 11/29 W 12/3 W 12/8 W 12/10 W 12/18 W 12/20 W 12/28 W 12/30 W 1/4 W 1/7 W 1/11 W 1/14 W 1/18 1/20 W 1/25 W 1/28 W 2/1 2/4 W 2/8 W 2/15 W 2/18 W 2/22 W 2/25 3/2 W 3/3 W 3/4 W 3/16 W 3/18

L No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 L No. 6 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 L No. 4 No. 4 No. 5 No. 5 L No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 L No. 4 No. 6 No. 6 No. 4 No. 4 L No. 4

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

27-6 no. 4 no. 13 andy landeRs coco milleR (15.7) TaWana mcdonald (7.0)

1 at No. 1 Connecticut Massachusetts 2 vs. No. 12 Oklahoma 2 vs. No. 5 Notre Dame Georgia Southern Chattanooga 3 vs. No. 5 Rutgers 4 vs. Georgia Tech Houston Dartmouth at VCU at Georgia State at UCLA Illinois Alabama No. 10 Florida at No. 9 LSU at No. 2 Tennessee Auburn Ole Miss No. 16 Vanderbilt at No. 9 Florida at Mississippi State at South Carolina Kentucky Arkansas at Alabama at No. 18 Vanderbilt 5 vs. OIe Miss 5 vs. Arkansas 5 vs. No. 15 Vanderbilt Liberty Missouri

70-99 71-63 94-70 73-75 85-57 81-43 82-53 78-61 92-61 110-73 77-63 107-75 89-55 100-59 96-41 72-59 64-55 69-85 77-60 74-51 76-59 64-75 78-74 92-55 91-58 81-60 71-48 65-71 80-61 63-44 62-60 77-48 65-78

11/18 W 11/20 W 11/27 W 12/1 W 12/2 W 12/4 W 12/16 W 12/19 W 12/27 W 12/30 W 1/3 W 1/5 1/7 W 1/10 1/13 1/17 W 1/20 1/24 W 1/27 1/31 2/3 W 2/7 2/10 2/17 W 2/19 W 2/21 W 2/24 2/28 W 3/1 3/16

L L L L L L L L

L L L

No. 16 No. 16 No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 8 No. 8 No. 15 No. 15 No. 15 No. 16 No. 16 No. 17 No. 17 No. 19 No. 19 No. 22 No. 22 No. 24 No. 23 No. 23 No. 23 No. 24 No. 24

2002-03

19-11 andy landeRs kaRa bRaxTon (16.3) kaRa bRaxTon (6.8)

Maine 88-57 Middle Tennessee (OT) 77-72 Georgia State 77-67 1 vs. UNLV 77-62 1 at California 54-48 at Georgia Southern 73-54 at No. 16 N.C. State (OT) 68-63 at Oakland 72-51 2 vs. Georgia Tech 69-52 VCU 83-70 No. 23 LSU 72-56 at Michigan State 49-70 Morris Brown 105-36 No. 9 South Carolina 64-71 at Mississippi State 82-84 at No. 19 Auburn 60-49 No. 7 Vanderbilt 47-64 at Ole Miss 79-69 at No. 18 Florida 64-73 Mississippi State 71-72 at Kentucky 76-50 at No. 9 South Carolina 59-64 No. 3 Tennessee 50-52 No. 14 Florida 73-62 Western Kentucky 76-58 Alabama 73-62 at Arkansas 45-66 3 vs. Alabama 64-60 3 vs. No. 3 Tennessee 67-81 4 vs. No. 15 Old Dominion 54-68

1 Oakland Tribune Classic (Berkeley, Calif.); 2 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Shootout (Atlanta, Ga.); 3 SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.); 4 NCAA 1st Round (West Lafayette, Ind.).

2000-01 Starting Lineup

Player Kelly Miller Coco Miller Deanna Nolan Tiaunna Briggans Tawana McDonald

G/GS 33/33 33/32 24/19 33/22 33/33

PPG 15.6 15.7 13.4 3.9 10.3

RPG 5.4 4.1 3.9 2.5 7.0

33/13 29/11

4.8 11.7

3.1 6.5

Top Reserves

G Kiesha Brown C Christi Thomas

11/22 W 11/27 W 11/30 12/2 12/6 W 12/8 W 12/14 W 12/17 W 12/20 12/27 12/30 W 1/2 W 1/4 W 1/12 W 1/16 W 1/19 W 1/23 W 1/26 W 2/2 2/6 W 2/9 W 2/13 W 2/16 2/20 2/23 W 2/27 3/1 W 3/7 3/22 W 3/24 W 3/29

L L

L L

L

L L L L L

21-10 no. 19 no. 11 andy landeRs cHRisTi THomas (16.0) cHRisTi THomas (8.0)

No. 8 at Chattanooga 79-58 No. 8 at Georgia State 89-50 No. 8 at Arizona 49-70 No. 14 at Arizona State 70-74 No. 14 UCLA 91-83 No. 14 Oakland 99-56 No. 20 Tennessee Tech 87-56 No. 20 Michigan State 64-61 No. 20 at Houston 78-81 No. 24 1 vs. Georgia Tech 61-65 at Middle Tennessee 79-43 at South Florida 91-44 California 94-61 at Florida 105-62 Ole Miss 96-54 at No. 14 South Carolina 67-59 No. 24 at Alabama 77-47 No. 24 Kentucky 71-59 No. 18 at No. 5 LSU 64-68 No. 17 No. 12 Mississippi State 76-71 No. 17 Auburn 78-67 No. 14 No. 15 South Carolina (2OT)97-91 No. 14 at No. 18 Vanderbilt 56-58 No. 13 at No. 3 Tennessee 60-87 No. 14 No. 15 Arkansas 69-60 No. 14 at No. 12 Mississippi State 71-76 No. 14 Florida 76-67 No. 17 2 vs. No. 15 Vanderbilt 70-74 No. 19 3 UNC Charlotte 80-61 No. 19 3 No. 23 Rutgers 74-64 No. 19 4 No. 2 Duke 63-66

1 Russell Shootout (Atlanta, Ga.); 2 SEC Tournament (North Little Rock, Ark.); 3 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens); 4 NCAA Midwest (Albuquerque, N.M.).

1 State Farm Tip-off Classic (Hartford, Conn.); 2 Coaches vs. Cancer Challenge (Madison, Wis.); 3 Honda Elite 4 Classic (Orlando, Fla.); 4 Cobb Civic Center (Marietta, Ga.); 5 SEC Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.); 6 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens).

Pos. G G F F C

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Pos. G G F F C

2001-02 Starting Lineup

Player Camille Murphy Mary Beth Lycett Ebony Felder Kara Braxton Tawana McDonald

PPG 5.3 7.7 8.6 16.3 7.6

RPG 1.8 3.4 6.6 6.8 5.5

30/12 30/8

10.4 5.2

6.2 2.4

Top Reserves

F/C Christi Thomas F Jessica Pierce

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G/GS 30/23 30/23 26/21 30/25 29/23

Pos. G G F F C

2002-03 Starting Lineup

Player Alexis Kendrick Sherill Baker Mary Beth Lycett Kara Braxton Christi Thomas

G/GS 31/31 30/25 31/28 21/14 30/28

PPG 12.4 9.6 9.8 15.7 16.0

RPG 3.6 4.3 4.3 7.3 8.0

F Marquita Driskell F/C Jessica Pierce

30/16 28/4

6.4 6.9

4.3 4.3

Top Reserves

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H I S T O R y


Season-by-Season Results 2003-04

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

H I S T O R y

11/21 W 11/25 W 11/28 W 11/30 12/3 W 12/6 W 12/13 W 12/17 W 12/20 12/27 W 12/29 W 12/30 W 1/4 W 1/8 W 1/11 W 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 W 2/1 W 2/5 W 2/8 2/12 2/15 W 2/22 W 2/26 2/29 W 3/4 W 3/5 W 3/6 W 3/7 3/20 W 3/22 W 3/27 W 3/29

L

L

L L L

L L L

L

L

No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 11 No. 11 No. 17 No. 17 No. 19 No. 16 No. 16 No. 19 No. 19 No. 18 No. 19 No. 19 No. 20 No. 20 No. 20 No. 20 No. 16 No. 16 No. 16 No. 16

2004-05

25-10 no. 6 no . 8 andy landeRs cHRisTi THomas (13.2) cHRisTi THomas (8.3)

Georgia State at Georgia Southern at Santa Clara at No. 6 Stanford Houston N.C. State Middle Tennessee at Furman at No. 5 Texas 1 vs. Georgia Tech 2 vs. Morehead State 2 at Eastern Kentucky South Florida Mississippi State at Kentucky at No. 20 Auburn Florida at Ole Miss (2OT) No. 12 LSU Alabama at Vanderbilt at Arkansas No. 3 Tennessee Ole Miss at South Carolina at Florida Kentucky 3 vs. South Carolina 3 vs. Florida 3 vs. No. 1 Tennessee (OT) 3 vs. No. 21 Vanderbilt 4 vs. Liberty 4 vs. TCU 5 vs. No. 3 Purdue 5 vs. No. 19 LSU

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 87-48 84-53 77-65 59-61 65-52 72-58 65-50 86-51 58-71 78-62 92-42 92-60 92-65 88-70 74-53 52-74 73-83 79-90 80-74 71-68 83-67 63-71 67-70 79-62 73-50 59-69 73-62 73-42 76-72 68-66 56-62 78-53 85-71 66-64 60-62

1 Russell Shootout (Atlanta, Ga.); 2 EKU Comfort Suites Classic (Richmond, Ky.); 3 SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.); 4 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Philadelphia, Pa.); 5 NCAA West (Seattle, Wash.).

Pos. G G F F C

2003-04 Starting Lineup

Player Janese Hardrick Sherill Baker Alexis Kendrick Rebecca Rowsey Christi Thomas

PPG 10.7 11.1 9.2 2.3 13.2

35/10 35/12

8.6 7.2

Top Reserves

F Jessica Pierce G Cori Chambers 142

G/GS 35/18 35/35 35/35 35/10 35/33

RPG 3.1 3.8 3.9 2.9 8.3

11/19 W 11/21 W 11/26 W 11/27 11/28 W 11/30 W 12/3 12/7 12/10 W 12/12 W 12/19 W 12/21 W 12/30 W 1/2 W 1/6 W 1/8 1/10 W 1/13 1/16 W 1/23 W 1/27 W 1/31 2/3 W 2/6 W 2/10 W 2/13 W 2/20 2/24 W 2/27 3/4 W 3/5 3/19 W 3/21 W 3/26

L L L

L L

L

L L L L

No. 5 No. 5 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 No. 6 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 15 No. 15 No. 16 No. 16 No. 17 No. 17 No. 18 No. 18 No. 18 No. 21 No. 19 No. 18 No. 18 No. 18 No. 18 No. 18 No. 16 No. 18 No. 18 No. 21 No. 21 No. 20 No. 20 No. 20

2005-06

24-10 no. 20 no. 13 andy landeRs TasHa HumpHRey (19.0) TasHa HumpHRey (8.4)

Furman No. 2 Texas 1 vs. Idaho 1 vs. TCU 1 vs. Santa Clara Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech Arizona State Augusta State No. 24 Arizona at Iona at Marist Arkansas Tennessee-Martin OIe Miss at No. 1 LSU Stetson at Kentucky Auburn at Mississippi State Florida at No. 5 Tennessee at Alabama Kentucky South Carolina 2 vs. Clemson at Ole Miss at Florida No. 19 Vanderbilt (OT) 3 vs. Ole Miss 3 vs. No. 1 LSU 4 vs. Rice 4 vs. No. 13 Texas 5 vs. No. 7 Duke

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

98-76 78-64 77-55 63-64 87-68 61-50 49-55 57-67 93-47 70-62 96-52 79-62 78-57 68-52 78-51 52-76 97-42 63-71 71-56 67-57 81-61 70-77 72-63 68-64 67-51 88-60 61-72 63-38 59-66 87-65 65-79 75-49 70-68 57-63

1 Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu); 2 Russell Shootout (Duluth, Ga.); 3 SEC Tournament (Greenville, S.C.); 4 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Dallas, Texas); 5 NCAA Regional (Chattanooga, Tenn.).

Pos. G G F F C

2004-05 Starting Lineup

Player Alexis Kendrick Sherill Baker Cori Chambers Rebecca Rowsey Tasha Humphrey

G/GS 34/34 34/30 34/29 34/34 33/32

PPG 6.7 11.4 13.1 4.1 19.0

RPG 4.0 4.6 3.9 5.0 8.4

32/0 34/3

8.2 5.7

2.5 3.2

Top Reserves

4.3 G Janese Hardrick 2.6 G/F Megan Darrah

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Katie Frye

11/13 11/18 W 11/21 W 11/25 11/26 W 11/30 W 12/4 W 12/6 W 12/10 W 12/19 12/29 W 12/30 W 1/5 W 1/8 W 1/12 1/15 W 1/19 W 1/22 1/26 W 1/29 W 2/2 W 2/5 W 2/12 2/16 2/19 W 2/23 W 2/26 W 3/3 W 3/4 3/19 W 3/21 W 3/26

L No. 8 No. 8 No. 11 L No. 11 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 L No. 15 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 L No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 L No. 13 No. 15 No. 15 No. 14 No. 14 L No. 13 L No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 No. 12 L No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 L No. 12

23-9 no. 12 no. 13 andy landeRs TasHa HumpHRey (20.1) TasHa HumpHRey (9.1)

1 vs. No. 6 Baylor Santa Clara at TCU 2 vs. UCLA 2 at Loyola Marymount at Middle Tennessee Georgia Tech Iona Savannah State at No. 25 Temple (OT) at Memphis at Tennessee-Martin at Ole Miss Florida at No. 1 Tennessee 3 vs. Miami Mississippi State No. 3 LSU at South Carolina at No. 24 Florida No. 21 Kentucky Alabama at No. 3 LSU No. 5 Tennessee at No. 22 Vanderbilt at Arkansas Auburn 4 vs. No. 23 Vanderbilt 4 vs. No. 8 Tennessee 5 vs. Marist 5 vs. Hartford 6 vs. No. 8 Connecticut

72-84 91-91 80-51 64-84 89-58 90-72 72-66 97-60 103-34 66-69 97-44 81-47 84-70 89-70 85-94 74-59 81-42 64-65 74-65 92-55 91-57 84-59 61-68 55-58 83-61 86-80 74-61 69-47 79-89 75-60 73-54 75-77

1 State Farm Tipoff Classic (Lubbock, Texas); 2 LMU/Ayres Hotel Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.); 3 Russell Shootout (Duluth, Ga.); 4 SEC Tournament (North Little Rock, Ark.); 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Trenton, N.J.); 6 NCAA Regional (Bridgeport, Conn.).

Pos. G G F F C

2005-06 Starting Lineup

Player Alexis Kendrick Sherill Baker Cori Chambers Megan Darrah Tasha Humphrey

G/GS 32/32 32/32 32/31 32/32 31/31

PPG 7.3 18.7 11.3 10.2 20.1

RPG 3.8 4.7 3.5 4.7 9.1

G Janese Hardrick F Danielle Taylor

32/2 28/0

8.8 2.4

3.2 1.5

Top Reserves


Season-by-Season Results 2006-07

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/12 W 11/15 W 11/19 W 11/21 W 11/26 W 11/29 W 12/3 W 12/7 12/15 W 12/17 W 12/20 W 12/21 W 12/28 12/30 W 1/4 W 1/7 1/11 W 1/14 1/18 W 1/21 W 1/25 W 1/28 W 2/1 W 2/5 2/8 W 2/11 W 2/15 W 2/18 W 2/25 W 3/2 W 3/3 3/17 W 3/19 W 3/25

L

L L L

L

L L

No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 15 No. 15 No. 15 No. 15 No. 16 No. 16 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 10 No. 14 No. 14 No. 13

1 vs. No. 12 Rutgers North Carolina A&T Davidson Georgia Southern No. 11 Stanford Memphis at Georgia Tech Middle Tennessee at Savannah State TCU at George Mason at Richmond 2 vs. No. 17 G. Washington 2 vs. Brown Florida at No. 6 LSU at Mississippi State No. 4 Tennessee No. 14 Vanderbilt 3 vs. Florida State No. 22 Ole Miss at Florida No. 7 LSU at No. 3 Tennessee at Alabama South Carolina at Kentucky (OT) at Auburn Arkansas 4 vs. Kentucky 4 vs. No. 13 Vanderbilt 5 vs. Belmont 5 vs. No. 24 Iowa State 6 vs. No. 11 Purdue

RecoRd: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 73-69 89-35 74-68 75-51 74-69 95-46 79-69 62-70 75-54 80-58 76-51 72-41 54-66 82-69 89-57 55-57 74-61 41-52 83-71 70-65 69-60 77-54 53-51 57-73 92-51 81-57 82-72 62-55 69-51 72-40 56-81 53-36 76-56 65-78

1 State Farm Tipoff Classic (Norman, Okla); 2 Surf ’N Slam Classic (San Diego, Calif.); 3 Russell Shootout (Duluth, Ga.); 4 SEC Tournament (Duluth, Ga.); 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Minneapolis, Minn.); 6 NCAA Regional (Dallas, Texas).

Pos. G G F F C

2006-07 Starting Lineup

Player Ashley Houts Janese Hardrick Cori Chambers Megan Darrah Tasha Humphrey

G/GS 34/31 34/27 34/34 34/27 29/26

PPG 9.4 8.6 12.7 7.4 16.1

RPG 3.1 4.0 3.3 4.6 7.6

33/2 34/6

8.0 7.8

5.4 3.2

Top Reserves

C Angel Robinson G Christy Marshall

2008-09

2007-08

27-7 no. 13 no. 14 andy landeRs TasHa HumpHRey (16.1) TasHa HumpHRey (7.6)

11/9 W 11/11 W 11/13 W 11/16 W 11/23 W 11/24 W 11/29 W 12/2 W 12/9 W 12/17 W 12/29 W 12/30 W 1/2 W 1/6 1/10 W 1/13 1/17 1/20 W 1/24 W 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 W 2/10 2/14 W 2/17 W 2/24 W 2/28 W 3/2 3/6 W 3/7 3/23 W 3/25

L L L L L L L

No. 9 No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 24 No. 24

No. 24 No. 22 L No. 22 No. 23 L No. 23 L

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

23-10 no. 24 andy landeRs TasHa HumpHRey (16.7) TasHa HumpHRey (9.1)

Richmond George Mason Georgia Southern Temple 1 vs. Prairie View A&M 1 vs. Southern Cal Oakland Georgia Tech Davidson Mercer 2 vs. Florida State (OT) 2 at Florida International Presbyterian at Xavier Ole Miss at No. 22 Auburn at Vanderbilt Alabama at Florida at No. 11 Oklahoma Kentucky Vanderbilt at Arkansas at No. 8 LSU Florida at Mississippi State Auburn at South Carolina No. 3 Tennessee 3 vs. Alabama 3 vs. Kentucky 4 vs. Iowa 4 vs. No. 2 North Carolina

81-53 84-56 105-66 57-51 78-44 59-57 69-59 71-64 79-65 102-45 71-62 70-56 93-49 55-65 75-62 52-82 59-67 71-53 82-55 57-65 44-47 54-61 72-58 57-63 85-66 60-56 68-56 55-41 63-72 71-62 50-57 67-61 66-80

1 Junkanoo Jam (Freeport, Bahamas); 2 FIU Sun & Fun Classic (Miami, Fla.); 3 SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.); 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Norfolk, Va.).

Pos. G G F F C

2007-08 Starting Lineup

Player Ashley Houts Angela Puleo Megan Darrah Tasha Humphrey Angel Robinson

G/GS 33/33 33/32 32/32 33/33 33/28

PPG 11.7 8.2 9.1 16.7 9.9

RPG 2.8 2.3 4.7 9.1 8.4

30/1 30/0

6.5 1.8

3.1 2.2

Top Reserves

G Christy Marshall F Jasmine Lee

11/15 W 11/20 W 11/22 11/26 W 11/28 W 11/29 W 12/1 W 12/3 W 12/5 12/8 12/20 W 12/22 W 12/30 1/2 1/8 1/11 W 1/15 W 1/18 1/22 W 1/25 W 1/29 W 2/1 W 2/5 2/8 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/26 W 3/1 W 3/5 W 3/6 3/21

18-14 andy landeRs asHley HouTs (12.0) angel Robinson (9.3)

Alabama State at Oakland at Detroit Mercy N.C. Central 1 vs. Cal State Fullerton 1 vs. E. Washington East Tennessee State Tennessee Tech at Georgia Tech 2 at No. 15 Rutgers at UAB 3 vs. Clemson Xavier at No. 16 Virginia at Ole Miss South Carolina Savannah State at No. 19 Florida No. 17 Vanderbilt at Alabama No. 5 Auburn Mississippi State at No. 12 Tennessee Arkansas at No. 24 Vanderbilt LSU at No. 3 Auburn at Kentucky No. 17 Florida 4 vs. Kentucky 4 vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt 5 vs. Arizona State

L

L L L L L L

L L L L L

L L

85-35 64-61 66-70 85-31 85-64 75-51 77-57 72-46 42-57 34-45 73-49 67-50 44-56 60-62 54-62 69-63 74-28 45-61 66-55 63-61 67-58 69-57 43-73 64-77 64-80 46-57 59-65 61-57 84-75 82-64 61-69 47-58

Danielle Taylor

1 Lady Rebel Round-up (Las Vegas, Nev.); 2 Jimmy V Classic (Piscataway, N.J.); 3 “home” game played at Arena at Gwinnett Center (Duluth, Ga.); 4 SEC Tournament (North Little Rock, Ark.); 5 NCAA 1st Round (Duluth, Ga.).

Pos. G G F F C

2008-09 Starting Lineup

Player Ashley Houts Angela Puleo Christy Marshall Porsha Phllips Angel Robinson

G/GS 32/32 31/28 31/21 32/23 32/30

PPG 12.0 7.4 8.8 10.5 11.5

RPG 2.8 2.4 4.5 6.1 9.3

F Danielle Taylor G Jaleesa Rhoden

32/9 31/8

7.0 3.6

3.8 2.7

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143


Record vs. All Opponents Opponent .....................Overall

H I S T O R y

H

A

Alabama......................... 28-9 13-3 10-4 Alabama-Birmingham .... 2-1 1-0 1-0 Alabama-Huntsville........... 2-0 1-0 1-0 Alabama State .................. 1-0 1-0 0-0 Albany State ..................... 5-7 2-4 2-3 Alcorn State ...................... 2-0 0-0 0-0 Anderson College ............. 1-1 0-0 0-0 Appalachian State ............ 2-0 0-0 0-0 Arizona ............................. 2-1 2-0 0-1 Arizona State .................... 1-4 0-1 0-2 Arkansas ....................... 21-4 9-2 9-2 Auburn ......................... 23-14 15-3 7-8 Augusta State ................... 2-0 2-0 0-0 Austin Peay ...................... 0-1 0-1 0-0 Baylor ............................... 0-1 0-0 0-0 Belmont ............................ 1-0 0-0 0-0 Berry College .................... 2-4 2-2 0-2 Boise State ....................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 Boston College ................. 1-0 1-0 0-0 Bowling Green .................. 3-0 1-0 1-0 Brown ............................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 California .......................... 3-0 1-0 1-0 Cal State Fullerton ............ 1-0 0-0 0-0 Central Michigan............... 4-0 1-0 2-0 Charleston Southern......... 2-0 1-0 0-0 Chattanooga...................11-1 6-0 5-1 Cincinnati .......................... 5-0 2-0 3-0 Clemson ........................ 12-5 5-1 3-4 Colorado ........................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 Connecticut....................... 1-3 0-1 1-1 Coppin State ..................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 Dartmouth ......................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 Davidson........................... 2-0 2-0 0-0 DeKalb .............................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 DePaul .............................. 2-2 2-0 0-2 Detroit .............................. 2-1 1-0 1-1 District of Columbia .......... 2-0 2-0 0-0 Drake ................................ 0-1 0-0 0-0 Duke ................................. 0-3 0-0 0-0 East Carolina .................... 2-2 0-0 0-0 East Tennessee State....... 3-0 2-0 0-0 Eastern Kentucky ............. 4-0 2-0 2-0 Eastern Washington ......... 1-0 0-0 0-0 Erskine.............................. 0-2 0-1 0-1 Fairfield ............................. 1-0 0-0 0-0 Florida...........................43-11 22-3 19-7 144

N

5-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 2-0 0-0 1-1 3-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-3 2-2 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2-1

First

1977 1981 1980 2009 1976 1999 1977 1981 1997 1981 1981 1975 1984 1998 2006 2007 1974 1998 2000 1984 2007 1981 2009 1986 1995 1981 1985 1979 1995 1996 1994 1999 2007 1974 1992 1988 1984 1982 1999 1976 1978 1983 2009 1979 1998 1978

Last Opponent .....................Overall

2009 2009 1981 2009 1981 2000 1978 1983 2005 2009 2009 2009 2005 1998 2006 2007 1983 1999 2000 1996 2007 2003 2009 1998 1998 2003 1992 2009 1995 2006 1994 2001 2008 1974 1994 2009 1990 1982 2005 1983 2009 2004 2009 1979 1998 2009

Florida A&M ...................... 6-0 Florida Atlantic .................. 1-0 Florida International .......... 2-1 Florida State ..................... 7-0 Fort Valley State ............... 2-9 Furman ............................. 7-0 George Mason .................. 2-0 George Washington .......... 0-2 Georgia Southern ........... 20-9 Georgia State ............... 16-10 Georgia Tech ................. 28-3 Grambling State................ 1-0 Hampton ........................... 1-0 Hartford............................. 1-0 Houston ............................ 3-1 Howard ............................. 2-0 Idaho................................. 1-0 Illinois................................ 2-1 Indiana .............................. 2-0 Iona................................... 2-0 Iowa .................................. 3-2 Iowa State......................... 2-0 Kansas.............................. 1-1 Kansas State .................... 1-0 Kentucky ......................31-11 La Salle............................. 1-0 Liberty ............................... 3-0 Long Beach State ............. 5-0 Louisiana-Monroe ............. 4-0 Louisiana State ........... 19-16 Louisiana Tech.................. 1-5 Louisville ........................... 2-0 Loyola (Illinois).................. 3-0 Loyola Marymount ............ 1-0 Maine ................................ 2-0 Manhattan......................... 2-0 Marist ................................ 2-0 Marquette ......................... 1-1 Maryland ........................... 2-1 Massachusetts.................. 2-0 McNeese State ................. 1-0 Memphis ........................... 3-0 Mercer .......................... 15-12 Miami (Fla.)....................... 2-0 Miami (Ohio) ..................... 1-1 Michigan State .................. 3-1

H

A

3-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 2-4 0-5 3-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 10-3 8-6 9-4 7-6 11-0 10-2 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 14-3 11-7 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 10-5 6-7 0-2 0-2 2-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 8-5 7-5 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-1

N

0-0 0-0 0-1 2-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 2-0 0-0 7-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-1 2-0 0-1 0-0 6-1 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 3-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 1-0 1-1 0-0

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1985 1994 1994 1988 1974 1975 2007 1998 1975 1977 1975 1987 2000 2006 2000 1988 2005 1986 1983 2005 1987 1999 1987 1983 1980 1998 1999 1985 1987 1982 1982 1984 1991 2006 2000 1995 2005 1994 1987 1999 1982 1982 1974 1982 1980 1989

Last Opponent .....................Overall

1992 1994 2008 2008 1979 2005 2008 2007 2008 2004 2009 1987 2000 2006 2004 1989 2005 2001 1985 2006 2008 2007 1994 1983 2009 1998 2004 2000 1991 2009 1997 1995 1994 2006 2002 1999 2006 1995 1991 2001 1982 2007 2008 2006 1984 2003

H

Middle Georgia ................. 0-1 0-1 Middle Tennessee............11-1 4-1 Minnesota ......................... 1-0 0-0 Mississippi .................. 26-10 14-0 Mississippi State ........ 23-10 12-3 Missouri ............................ 2-1 2-0 Montana............................ 1-0 1-0 Morehead State ................ 1-0 0-0 Morris Brown .................... 1-0 1-0 Missouri-Kansas City ........ 1-0 0-0 Nebraska .......................... 2-0 0-0 Nevada-Las Vegas ........... 3-0 1-0 New Mexico State............. 2-0 1-0 North Carolina .................. 5-1 1-0 North Carolina A&T........... 1-0 1-0 UNC-Asheville .................. 5-0 5-0 N.C. Central ...................... 1-0 1-0 UNC-Charlotte .................. 3-1 3-0 N.C. State ......................... 8-0 3-0 North Georgia ................... 6-6 4-2 Northern Illinois................. 1-0 0-0 Northwestern .................... 1-0 0-0 Northwestern State ........... 1-0 0-0 Notre Dame ...................... 2-1 1-0 Oakland ............................ 4-0 2-0 Ohio State......................... 6-2 1-1 Oklahoma ......................... 3-1 1-0 Oklahoma State ................ 1-1 1-0 Old Dominion .................... 0-3 0-0 Oral Roberts ..................... 5-1 4-0 Oregon.............................. 2-0 0-0 Oregon State .................... 1-1 0-0 Penn State ........................ 2-0 1-0 Piedmont .......................... 2-0 1-0 Pittsburgh ......................... 1-0 0-0 Portland State ................... 1-0 0-0 Prairie View A&M .............. 1-0 0-0 Presbyterian ..................... 3-0 2-0 Purdue .............................. 1-1 0-0 Rice .................................. 1-0 0-0 Richmond ......................... 2-0 1-0 Rider ................................. 1-0 0-0 Rutgers ............................ 7-3 2-0 Sacramento State ............. 1-0 0-0 St. Francis (PA) ................ 1-0 1-0 St. John’s .......................... 1-0 0-0

A

0-0 7-0 0-0 6-7 9-6 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

N

0-0 0-0 1-0 6-3 2-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 4-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-0 1-0 0-1 0-3 0-0 2-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 4-1 1-0 0-0 1-0

First

1974 1985 1983 1980 1977 1985 2000 2004 2002 1993 1990 1991 1991 1983 2007 1980 2009 1987 1984 1974 1982 1991 1987 1992 2002 1985 1998 1989 1985 1981 1984 1984 1996 1980 1981 1984 2008 1979 2004 2005 2007 1993 1983 1999 1996 1984

Last

1974 2007 1983 2009 2009 2001 2000 2004 2002 1993 1996 2002 2002 2008 2007 1997 2009 2003 2004 1980 1982 1991 1987 2001 2009 2000 2008 1996 2002 1999 1997 1993 1997 1980 1981 1984 2008 2008 2007 2005 2008 1993 2009 1999 1996 1984


Record vs. All Opponents Opponent .....................Overall

H

A

N

San Diego State ............... 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 Santa Clara....................... 3-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 Savannah State ............... 4-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 Shorter .............................. 0-6 0-2 0-2 0-2 South Alabama ................. 4-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 South Carolina .............. 28-4 13-1 12-2 3-1 South Carolina-Aiken........ 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 South Carolina State ........ 7-1 4-0 2-1 1-0 South Florida .................... 4-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 Southern Cal..................... 2-3 1-0 0-2 1-1 Southern Illinois ................ 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Southern Methodist .......... 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 Southern Utah .................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 Stanford ............................ 3-6 2-1 0-2 1-3 Stephen F. Austin.............. 5-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 Stetson ............................. 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 Syracuse........................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Temple .............................. 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 Tennessee ................... 14-39 7-11 4-16 3-12 Tennessee-Martin ............. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 Tennessee State ............. 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 Tennessee Tech................ 9-0 5-0 4-0 0-0 Texas ................................ 5-2 2-1 2-1 1-0 Texas Christian ................. 3-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 Texas Tech........................ 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Tift College ....................... 4-1 3-0 1-1 0-0 Toledo ............................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Tulsa ................................. 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 UCLA ................................ 3-2 1-0 2-0 0-2 UC-Santa Barbara ............ 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Valdosta State ................ 5-10 2-5 3-3 0-2 Vanderbilt .................... 30-22 15-6 9-10 6-6 Villanova ........................... 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Virginia ............................ 1-2 1-0 0-2 0-0 Virginia Commonwealth.... 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 Virginia Tech ..................... 3-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 Weber State...................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 West Georgia.................... 5-5 4-2 1-3 0-0 Western Carolina .............. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Western Kentucky ............ 4-1 3-0 0-1 1-0 Wingate ............................ 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Winthrop ........................... 3-1 2-0 0-0 1-1 Wisconsin ......................... 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 Wisconsin-Green Bay ....... 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 Xavier (Ohio) .................... 1-2 0-1 1-1 0-0

First

1993 1993 1975 1974 1987 1976 1980 1989 1984 1983 1988 1988 1989 1991 1984 1989 1982 2006 1981 2005 1985 1982 1984 2004 1985 1974 1997 1980 1983 2000 1975 1979 1987 1996 1988 1981 1997 1974 1976 1985 1997 1975 1997 1992 1985

Last

1993 2006 2009 1978 1992 2009 1980 1996 2004 2008 1988 1988 1990 2007 2000 2005 1982 2008 2009 2006 1989 2009 2005 2007 1985 1976 1997 1980 2006 2000 1988 2009 1987 2009 2002 2000 1997 1979 1976 2002 1997 1993 1998 1993 2009

Record vs. All Conferences

Records reflect schools’ current conference affiliation, not necessarily that when game was played.

America East (3-0) Hartford.........................1 Maine ............................2 Atlantic 10 (10-6) G. Washington ..............0 La Salle.........................1 Massachusetts..............2 UNC-Charlotte ..............3 Richmond .....................2 Temple ..........................1 Xavier ...........................1

ACC (69-15) Boston College .............1 Clemson .....................12 Duke .............................0 Florida St. .....................7 Georgia Tech ..............28 Maryland .......................2 Miami ............................2 North Carolina ..............5 N.C. State .....................8 Virginia..........................1 Virginia Tech ................3 Atlantic Sun (22-12) Belmont ........................1 East Tenn. State ...........3 Mercer ........................15 Stetson .........................3

Big East (28-10) Cincinnati ......................5 Connecticut...................1 DePaul ..........................2 Louisville .......................2 Marquette .....................1 Notre Dame ..................2 Pittsburgh .....................1 Rutgers .........................7 South Florida ................4 St. John’s ......................1 Syracuse.......................1 Villanova .......................1

Big Sky (5-0) Eastern Washington .....1 Montana........................1 Portland St. ...................1 Sacramento St. .............1 Weber St.......................1

Big South (13-1) Horizon League (6-2) 0 Charleston So. ..............2 0 Detroit ...........................2 0 Liberty ...........................3 0 Loyola (Illinois)..............3 UNC-Asheville ..............5 0 Wis.-Green Bay ............1 Winthrop .......................3 1 2 Ivy League (3-0) 0 Big Ten (22-8) Brown ...........................1 0 Illinois............................2 1 Dartmouth .....................2 1 Indiana ..........................2 0 0 Iowa ..............................3 2 Metro Atlantic (8-0) 1 Michigan St. ..................3 1 Fairfield .........................1 2 Minnesota .....................1 0 Iona...............................2 Northwestern ................1 0 Manhattan.....................2 Ohio St..........................6 2 Marist ............................2 0 Penn St. ........................2 0 Rider .............................1 5 Purdue ..........................1 1 3 Wisconsin .....................1 1 Mid-American (10-1) Bowling Green ..............3 0 Central Michigan...........4 3 Big 12 (19-7) 1 Baylor ...........................0 1 Miami (Ohio) .................1 0 Colorado .......................1 0 Northern Illinois.............1 1 Iowa St..........................2 0 Toledo ...........................1 0 Kansas..........................1 1 Mid-Continent (12-1) ............... 2 Kansas St. ....................1 0 Missouri-K.C. ................1 0 Missouri ........................2 1 Oakland ........................4 Nebraska ......................2 0 Oral Roberts .................5 Oklahoma .....................3 1 0 Oklahoma St. ................1 1 Southern Utah ..............2 0 Texas ............................5 2 Mid-Eastern (18-1) 12 Texas Tech....................1 0 Coppin St. .....................1 0 Florida A&M ..................6 Big West (7-0) Hampton .......................1 Cal State Fullerton ........1 0 Howard .........................2 0 Long Beach St. .............5 0 3 UCSB............................1 0 N.C. A&T.......................1 S.C. State .....................7 2 0 CAA (21-13) Missouri Valley (1-1) 1 Georgia St. .................16 10 Drake ............................0 1 George Mason ..............2 0 Southern Illinois ............1 0 Old Dominion ................0 3 3 VCU ..............................3 0 Mountain West (7-2) Nev.-Las Vegas ............3 0 San Diego St. ...............1 0 Conf.-USA (14-4) 0 Ala.-Birmingham ...........2 1 TCU ..............................3 0 East Carolina ................2 2 Northeast (1-0) Houston ........................3 1 Memphis .......................3 0 St. Francis (Pa.)............1 0 Rice ..............................1 0 Ohio Valley (19-1) 0 SMU..............................2 0 Austin Peay ..................0 0 Tulsa .............................1 0 Eastern Kentucky .........4 0 Morehead St. ................1 0 Tennessee-Martin .........2 Tennessee St. ...............3 Tennessee Tech............9

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PAC-10 (17-17) Arizona .........................2 Arizona St. ....................1 California ......................3 UCLA ............................3 Oregon..........................2 Oregon St. ....................1 Southern Cal.................2 Stanford ........................3 Southern (42-11) Appalachian St. ............2 Chattanooga ...............11 Davidson.......................2 Furman .........................7 Ga. Southern ..............20 Western Carolina ..........0 Southland (11-0) La.-Monroe ...................4 McNeese St. .................1 Northwestern St. ...........1 Stephen F. Austin..........5 SWAC (5-0) Alabama St. .................1 Alcorn St. ......................2 Grambling St.................1 Prairie View A&M ..........1

Summitt League (11-1) Oakland ........................4 Oral Roberts .................5 Southern Utah ..............2 Sun Belt (22-3) Florida Atlantic ..............1 Fla. International ...........2 Middle Tenn. ...............11 South Alabama .............4 Western Kent. ...............4 West Coast (4-1) Loyola Marymount ........1 Santa Clara...................3

WAC (6-5) Boise St. .......................2 Idaho.............................1 Louisiana Tech..............1 New Mexico St..............2

1 4 0 2 0 1 3 6 0 1 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 0

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Series Results vs. All Opponents Alabama: 28-9 Away: 10-4

Home: 13-3

1/xx/77 2/3/79 1/9/81 1/30/81 3/3/84 2/5/86 3/1/86 11/30/86 2/1/87 1/6/88 2/11/89 1/9/90 2/20/91 3/1/91 2/29/92 2/28/93 3/7/93 1/5/94 1/18/95 12/17/95 1/15/97 2/8/98 1/3/99 1/9/00 2/24/00 1/7/01 2/22/01 2/21/02 2/28/02 1/23/03 2/1/04 2/3/05 2/5/06 2/8/07 1/20/08 3/6/08 1/225/09

11/15/08

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L

# # #

L L L

# #

L L

#

#

Athens at Tuscaloosa at Clemson, S.C. at Baton Rouge, La. Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Atlanta, Ga. Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Albany, Ga. at Tuscaloosa Athens at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Tuscaloosa Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Nashville, Tenn. at Tuscaloosa Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Tuscaloosa Athens at Nashville, Tenn. at Tuscaloosa

Neutral: 5-2 62-77 65-81 61-72 66-80 74-65 73-69 88-71 78-59 77-55 84-67 56-55 70-65 83-47 78-69 81-105 50-67 76-72 57-70 91-67 89-83 64-68 77-90 85-70 71-62 72-37 96-41 71-48 73-62 64-60 77-47 71-68 72-63 84-59 92-51 71-53 71-62 63-61

Alabama State: 1-0 W Athens

85-35

Alabama-Birmingham: 2-1 L at Valdosta, Ga. 70-82

3/12/81 11/15/99 12/20/08

H I S T O R y

W W

Athens at Birmingham

76-75 73-49

Alabama-Huntsville: 2-073-46 W at Huntsville

11/14/79 2/14/81

Home: 2-4

W

AlbanyAway: State: 5-7 2-3

1/28/76 1/10/77 2/4/77 11/15/77 1/16/78 11/17/78 1/11/79 11/20/79 12/17/79 11/19/80 1/21/81 2/27/81

W

12/5/98 12/4/99

W W

146

Athens

W

W W W

L L L L L L L

Athens Athens at Albany at Albany Athens at Albany Athens at Albany Athens at Albany Athens at Atlanta

Alcorn State: 2-0 at Nacogdoches, Texas at Houston, Texas

Anderson College: 1-1 L at Rock Hill, S.C.

2/18/77 2/11/78

W

3/16/97 11/30/02 12/12/04

Home: 0-1

3/28/81 3/12/82 12/2/02 12/7/04 3/21/09

Home: 9-2 12/10/80 3/18/90 12/19/91 1/13/93 3/5/93 1/8/94 3/4/94 1/8/95 2/24/96 2/23/97 1/21/98 2/20/98 1/21/99 2/21/99 2/20/00 2/18/01 3/3/01 2/24/02 2/24/03 2/8/04 12/30/04 2/23/06 2/25/07 2/7/08 2/8/09

Home: 15-3 77-58 73-88 67-75 94-93 67-79 45-69 61-74 76-79 98-72 91-66 78-80 83-74

91-51 78-38

79-99 87-80

Appalachian State: 2-0 83-60 W at Clemson, S.C.

1/10/81 12/31/82

W

W W

2/7/75 2/16/80 2/21/81 2/25/82 2/14/83 2/15/84 3/1/84 3/3/85 1/18/86 2/8/87 3/6/87 2/10/88 3/24/88 2/28/89 2/10/90 2/23/91 2/8/92 2/7/93

at Miami, Fla.

L

94-32

Arizona: 2-1 * Athens

80-74 49-70 70-62

at Tuscon Athens

Arizona State: 1-4Neutral: 1-1 Away: 0-2

W

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

100-53

Neutral: 1-0

at Rock Hill, S.C.

W W W W W W W

W

L L L L

at Amarillo, Texas (OT) * at Tempe at Tempe Athens * at Duluth, Ga.

Arkansas: 21-4 Away: 9-2 L

* # #

L

#

L

L

at Fayetteville Athens at Fayetteville Athens at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Fayetteville at Chattanooga, Tenn. Athens at Fayetteville Athens Athens at Fayetteville (OT) at Fayetteville Athens at Fayetteville Athens at Memphis, Tenn. at Fayetteville Athens at Fayetteville Athens at Fayetteville Athens at Fayetteville Athens

Auburn: 23-14 Away: 7-8 L L L L L L L L L L

# # # # *

Athens Athens at Auburn at Lexington, Ky. at Auburn Athens Athens at Oxford, Miss. at Auburn Athens at Albany, Ga. at Auburn Athens Athens at Auburn Athens at Auburn Athens

75-73 77-97 70-74 57-67 47-58

Neutral: 3-0

61-49 70-81 79-62 91-71 84-73 73-64 84-62 72-67 87-54 79-63 81-51 86-81 68-59 98-82 72-69 81-60 63-44 45-66 69-60 63-71 78-57 86-80 69-51 72-58 64-77

Neutral: 1-3

93-68 79-71 58-74 66-65 54-58 84-68 102-72 65-80 95-61 72-71 57-83 70-89 65-68 76-86 64-85 70-66 56-84 56-82

2/20/94 2/19/95 1/12/96 1/11/97 3/1/97 1/17/98 1/17/99 1/23/00 1/20/01 1/17/02 2/9/03 1/15/04 1/16/05 2/26/06 2/18/07 1/13/08 2/24/08 1/29/09 2/22/09

1/28/84 12/10/04

12/16/97

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

2/15/74 2/18/74 1/22/75 2/4/75 12/2/81 12/1/82

11/21/97 12/20/98

11/21/99

11/26/83 12/19/94 12/15/95

L

L

L L

Augusta State: 2-0 W Athens W

Athens

58-54 78-56 79-71 82-55 47-75 73-70 96-78 68-54 77-60 60-49 78-67 52-74 71-56 74-61 62-55 52-82 68-56 67-58 69-65

107-53 93-47

Austin Peay: 0-1 L Athens

66-71

Baylor: 0-1 at Lubbock, Texas

72-84

Belmont: 1-0 * at Minneapolis, Minn.

53-36

11/13/05

3/17/07

at Auburn Athens at Auburn Athens # at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Auburn Athens at Auburn Athens at Auburn Athens at Auburn Athens Athens at Auburn at Auburn Athens Athens at Auburn

L

W

Berry College: 2-4 L Athens W W

L L L

at Mount Berry at Mount Berry Athens Athens Athens

Boise State: 2-0 W Athens W

at Boise

Boston College: 1-0 W Athens Bowling Green: 3-0 W at Detroit

31-48 46-75 50-72 57-95 91-76 90-67

89-66 91-51

78-70

W W

at Bowling Green Athens

99-50 82-63 104-64

12/30/06

W

Brown: 1-0 at San Diego, Calif.

82-69

3/27/81 12/2/01 1/4/03

W W W

11/28/08

California: 3-0 at Amarillo, Texas at Berkeley Athens

CalW State Fullerton: 1-0 at Las Vegas, Nev.

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80-68 54-48 94-61

85-64

11/22/85 12/15/88 12/18/89 12/18/97

Central Michigan: 4-0 W at Cookeville, Tenn. W W W

at Mount Pleasant Athens at Mount Pleasant

97-55 85-75 78-47 94-73

Charleston Southern: 2-091-33 W Athens

2/21/95 12/6/97

Home: 6-0 12/6/80 12/31/80 2/13/82 2/9/83 1/26/84 12/2/84 1/6/86 2/16/87 2/14/88 3/15/89 11/29/00 11/22/02

1/2/85 12/14/85 11/25/88 12/13/90 2/18/92

W

97-61

Chattanooga: 11-1Neutral: 0-0 Away: 5-1

W

W W W W W W W W W W

W W W W W

L

Athens at Chattanooga at Chattanooga Athens at Chattanooga Athens at Chattanooga Athens at Chattanooga * Athens Athens at Chattanooga

W W W W W W W W W W W W

3/25/95

W

1/15/96 1/20/97 11/12/00 3/26/06

W

12/30/93

W

11/27/98 12/18/00

W W

81-79 74-79 86-70 74-60 75-71 91-61 83-67 100-52 82-51 90-69 81-43 79-58

Cincinnati: 5-0 at Cincinnati

89-61 98-47 66-45 99-38 93-50

“home” game at Marietta at Cincinnati at Cincinnati Athens

Clemson: 12-5 Away: 3-4

Home: 6-1 11/27/78 11/28/79 12/15/82 2/28/83 12/30/83 11/25/85 1/15/87 2/13/88 1/16/89 3/18/89 2/7/90 2/7/91 11/25/96 11/30/97 3/20/99 2/13/05 12/22/08

at Tallahassee, Fla.

L L

L L L

Neutral: 3-0

at Clemson Athens at Clemson Athens at Columbus, Ohio at Clemson Athens at Clemson Athens * at Clemson at Clemson Athens at Clemson Athens * at Cincinnati, Ohio at Duluth, Ga. “home” game at Duluth, Ga.

Colorado: 1-0 * Des Moines, Iowa

Connecticut: 1-3 at Storrs L L L

Athens “road” game at Hartford * at Bridgeport, Conn.

Coppin State: 1-0 at Jamaica, N.Y. Dartmouth: 2-0 at Hanover Athens

53-77 81-83 90-65 105-64 78-64 87-68 65-62 65-73 96-75 65-78 75-52 96-59 78-83 70-67 67-54 88-60 67-50

82-79

75-67 65-97 70-99 75-77

94-41

96-74 110-73


Series Results vs. All Opponents East Carolina: 2-2 L at Rock Hill, S.C.

2/12/76 2/17/77 2/12/78 1/21/83

1/31/83 1/22/90 3/14/97 12/30/03

W

W

L

66-80 71-54 76-92 80-61

at Rock Hill, S.C. at Rock Hill, S.C. at Columbia, S.C.

Eastern Kentucky: 4-0 W at Richmond, Ky. W W W

Athens * Athens at Richmond, Ky.

68-54 109-90 91-55 92-60

Eastern Washington: 1-075-51 W at Las Vegas, Nev.

1/12/03 3/1/03 1/18/04 2/26/04 3/5/04 1/27/05 2/24/05 1/8/06 1/29/06 1/4/07 1/28/07 1/24/08 2/14/08 1/18/09 3/1/09

11/29/08

EastWTennessee State: 3-095-83 at Rock Hill, S.C.

2/10/78 12/29/99 12/1/08

W W

1/17/79 1/29/79

12/29/97

Kim Thompson posted nine steals in the Lady Dogs’ win over Coppin State, one theft shy of the Georgia single-game record. 11/19/06 12/9/07

W W

1/17/74 1/24/74

W W

1/16/91 12/14/91 2/22/93 12/5/93

W

1/11/88 12/19/88 11/22/08

W

W W

Davidson: 2-0 Athens Athens

DeKalb: 2-0 Athens at DeKalb

L L

DePaul: 2-2 Athens at Chicago Athens at Chicago

Detroit: 2-1 Athens L

at Detroit at Detroit

74-68 79-65

43-42 51-38

90-67 63-67 74-62 65-72

87-47 98-54 66-70

District of Columbia: 2-0102-61 W Athens

12/3/83 1/30/90

1/22/82

3/26/99 3/39/03 3/26/05

W

Athens

L

L L L

Drake: 0-1 at Norfolk, Va. Duke: 0-3 * at San Jose, Calif.

* at Albuquerque, N.M. * Chattanooga, Tenn.

81-45

64-76

69-81 63-66 57-63

L L

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

78-51 77-57

Erskine: 0-2 Athens at Due West, S.C.

Fairfield: 1-0 at Philadelphia, Pa.

W

Home: 22-3 1/4/78 11/18/78 1/5/79 12/15/79 1/2/80 1/17/81 11/30/81 1/9/82 12/11/82 1/10/83 1/16/84 2/25/84 1/12/85 1/19/85 2/15/86 1/4/87 1/9/88 1/8/89 1/6/90 1/12/91 1/22/92 1/20/93 2/9/94 2/8/95 3/4/95 1/25/96 2/20/96 1/29/97 2/19/97 1/7/98 2/17/98 1/7/99 2/18/99 1/13/00 2/3/00 1/11/01 2/1/01 1/27/02 2/17/02

Athens Athens

Florida: 43-11 Away: 19-7

L L L

L L

L

L L

Athens at Gainesville at Starkville, Miss. Athens at Gainesville at Gainesville at Gainesville Athens Athens at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville Athens # at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Gainesville Athens Athens at Gainesville at Gainesville Athens Athens at Gainesville at Gainesville Athens (OT) Athens at Gainesville at Gainesville Athens

53-76 50-64

94-68

1/21/85 12/16/85 2/24/87 2/17/88 2/10/92 2/26/92

1/12/94

W W W W W W W W W W

L L

L

at Gainesville Athens Athens at Gainesville # at Nashville, Tenn. Athens at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville at Gainesville Athens at Gainesville Athens

105-62 76-67 73-83 59-69 76-72 81-61 63-38 92-55 89-70 89-57 77-54 82-55 85-66 45-61 84-75

Florida A&M: 6-0 Athens

W W W W W W

85-50 90-62 89-51 86-55 101-63 93-66

at Tallahassee Athens at Tallahassee Athens at Tallahassee

Florida Atlantic: 1-0 W Athens

109-54

Florida International: 2-172-50 W Athens

2/14/94 12/5/97 12/30/07

Neutral: 2-1

79-83 60-69 66-74 85-71 79-66 86-66 89-76 92-77 88-66 76-60 86-66 63-48 88-73 67-56 83-47 78-65 96-66 101-77 70-58 89-68 96-81 70-64 72-79 46-59 88-71 72-61 89-81 86-73 66-64 61-94 79-62 84-72 91-66 78-71 81-76 72-59 64-75 64-73 73-62

W W

Home: 3-0 1/3/88 2/16/89 2/21/90 1/31/91 12/30/98 1/21/07 12/29/07

Home: 2-4 2/8/74 1/15/75 2/11/75 1/17/76 2/19/76 1/17/77 2/7/77 1/14/78 1/23/78 1/22/79 2/1/79

Home: 3-0 2/13/75 2/6/79 2/18/81 2/24/93 11/28/93 12/17/03 11/19/04

12/19/06 11/11/07

W

L

at Tallahassee, Fla. at Miami

68-83 70-56

FloridaAway: State: 7-0 Neutral: 2-0 2-0

W W W W W W W

at Tallahassee Athens at Tallahassee Athens Athens at Duluth, Ga. at Miami (OT)

91-72 90-70 80-76 91-71 95-72 70-65 71-62

Fort Valley State: 2-9 Away: 0-5 Neutral: 0-0 W W

L L L L

L L L L L

W W W W W W W

Athens at Fort Valley Athens at Fort Valley Athens at Fort Valley Athens Athens at Fort Valley at Fort Valley Athens

Furman: 7-0 Away: 3-0 at Rock Hill, S.C. Athens at Greenville Athens at Greenville at Greenville Athens

49-67 57-68 75-76 60-63 73-66 53-84 81-70 79-91 52-76 77-86 62-79

Neutral: 1-0

George Mason: 2-0 W at Fairfax, Va. W

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Athens

61-43 80-64 80-39 90-66 88-77 86-51 98-76

76-51 84-56

George Washington: 0-272-74 L * Storrs, Conn.

3/13/98 12/28/06

L

at San Diego, Calif.

54-66

Georgia Southern: 20-9 Away: 8-6 Neutral: 2-0

Home: 10-3 1/11/75 1/17/75 11/18/76 2/12/77 11/17/77 2/18/78 11/21/78 1/26/79 12/10/79 2/2/80 1/24/81 2/4/81 2/28/81 12/10/84 1/17/85 12/11/85 1/9/86 2/3/93 12/14/93 11/28/95 11/24/97 12/10/98 11/30/99 11/27/00 12/4/01 11/25/03 11/30/04 11/21/06 11/13/07

Home: 9-4 1/14/77 1/31/77 1/30/78 2/16/78 1/13/79 2/5/79 1/4/80 1/9/80 12/20/80 1/26/81 1/6/82 2/1/82 1/3/83 1/26/83 2/2/84 2/13/85 1/24/90 1/7/91 1/6/92 1/4/93 12/12/94 1/27/97 12/28/00 11/27/01 11/27/02 11/21/03

W

W

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L L L L L

at Statesboro Athens at Statesboro Athens at Statesboro Athens Athens at Statesboro Athens at Statesboro (OT) Athens at Statesboro at Atlanta, Ga. Athens at Statesboro Athens at Statesboro at Statesboro at Atlanta, Ga. Athens at Statesboro Athens at Statesboro Athens at Statesboro at Statesboro Athens at Statesboro Athens

70-78 49-46 57-67 69-80 73-94 71-63 49-59 60-72 56-68 63-65 55-52 70-82 85-53 76-56 86-59 97-67 97-47 78-64 82-77 98-49 84-73 101-52 102-70 85-57 73-54 84-53 61-50 75-71 105-66

GeorgiaAway: State: 16-10Neutral: 0-0 7-6

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L L L L L L L

Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta at Atlanta Athens Athens at Atlanta at Atlanta (OT) Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens

63-65 52-53 58-68 65-74 57-65 46-74 58-64 69-72 79-68 63-66 77-79 98-60 97-42 93-55 114-68 99-57 83-50 77-45 76-65 78-63 92-37 95-65 107-75 77-67 89-50 87-48

GeorgiaAway: Tech: 28-3Neutral: 7-1 10-2

Home: 11-0 1/25/75 1/10/76 2/23/76 11/30/79

L

W W W W

Athens Athens at Atlanta Athens

96-38 77-22 60-35 97-78

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Series Results vs. All Opponents 1/16/80 11/25/80 1/12/81 2/26/81 12/4/81 2/8/82 12/4/82 12/2/83 11/29/84 12/4/85 1/29/87 12/2/87 11/29/88 11/29/89 12/15/93 12/13/94 1/18/99 1/20/00 12/8/00 12/27/01 12/27/02 12/27/03 12/3/04 12/4/05 12/3/06 12/2/07 12/5/08

W W W W

L L

L

at Atlanta Athens Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta at Atlanta at Marietta at Marietta at Marietta at Marietta at Atlanta at Atlanta at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta Athens at Atlanta

11/28/86

Grambling State: 1-0 W at Atlanta, Ga.

12/9/99

W

Hampton: 1-0 Athens

W

Hartford: 1-0 * at Trenton, N.J.

3/13/06

12/5/99 12/10/00 12/20/02 12/3/03

H I S T O R y

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

12/17/87 2/22/89

11/26/04

3/15/86 1/2/00 1/4/01

3/25/83 3/17/95

12/19/04 12/6/05

148

W W W

Houston: 3-1 at Houston L

Athens at Houston Athens

Howard: 2-0 at Howard

W W

Athens

W

Idaho: 1-0 at Honolulu, Hawaii

W

Illinois: 2-1 * Athens

W

W W

W W

L

at Champaign Athens

Indiana: 2-0 * at South Bend, Ind. * Athens

Iona: 2-0 at New Rochelle Athens

78-77 91-51 79-53 89-70 86-43 69-52 90-56 89-52 100-69 93-58 72-57 92-71 73-58 85-70 67-52 113-81 88-82 86-58 78-61 69-52 61-65 78-62 49-55 72-66 79-69 71-64 42-57

73-51

107-46

73-54

98-68 92-61 81-78 65-52

3/29/87 11/29/87 1/5/91 12/20/95 3/23/08

W W W

3/22/99 3/19/07

W W

3/14/87 12/29/93

1/6/83

W

60-62 56-66 62-51 79-52 67-61

at Iowa City at Iowa City Myrtle Beach, S.C. * at Norfolk, Va.

Iowa State: 2-0 * at Cincinnati, Ohio

89-71 76-56

* at Minneapolis, Minn.

L

Kansas: 1-1 * Athens

82-51 79-92

Jamaica, N.Y.

Kansas State: 1-0 Marietta

W

Kentucky: 31-11 Away: 11-7

Home: 14-3 1/18/80 1/31/81 1/3/82 2/6/82 1/30/83 2/20/83 1/7/84 2/5/84 1/29/85 2/17/85 2/23/86 2/27/87 3/4/87 2/7/88 2/4/89 2/3/90 2/3/91

L L

Iowa: 3-2 * at Ruston, La.

W

W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L

L

at Lexington # at Baton Rouge, La. at Lexington Athens at Lexington (OT) Athens at Lexington Athens at Lexington Athens Athens at Lexington # Albany, Ga. Athens at Lexington Athens at Lexington

88-67

Neutral: 6-1 61-82 73-62 59-62 76-77 59-66 99-81 69-68 87-61 57-61 87-65 113-67 73-64 67-64 86-70 92-70 78-75 87-71

12/30/97

3/23/85 12/31/85 1/20/88 3/21/91 12/20/99

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L

L

# #

L

L L

# # #

Athens at Lexington Athens at Lexington Athens at Lexington Athens at Lexington at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Lexington at Chattanooga, Tenn. Athens at Lexington Athens at Lexington Athens at Lexington Athens Athens at Lexington (OT) at Duluth, Ga. Athens at Nashville, Tenn. at Lexington at North Little Rock, Ark.

83-65 60-69 70-71 68-57 75-55 80-62 87-46 76-80 68-62 73-69 63-45 91-58 76-50 71-59 74-53 73-62 63-71 68-64 91-57 82-72 72-40 44-47 50-57 61-57 82-64

LaatSalle: 1-0 Philadelphia, Pa.

W

3/13/99 3/16/01 3/20/04

12/13/86 12/6/87 12/10/88 11/28/90

72-69 86-49

80-64

Liberty: 3-0 * Athens

W W W

73-52 77-48 78-53

* Athens * at Seattle, Wash.

Long Beach State: 5-0 W * at Los Angeles, Calif. W W W W

at Long Beach Athens * at Las Vegas, Nev. at Long Beach

Louisiana-Monroe: 4-0 W at Monroe W W W

Athens at Monroe Athens

97-82 93-68 74-64 87-77 87-67

69-63 78-59 71-65 109-70

LouisianaAway: State: 19-16 6-7 Neutral: 3-4

Home: 10-5

77-55

103-64 65-82 100-59

86-70 81-64

96-52 97-60

1/11/92 1/10/93 1/23/94 1/22/95 2/13/96 2/8/97 2/11/98 2/7/99 2/27/99 2/17/00 3/3/00 2/15/01 2/3/02 1/26/03 1/11/04 2/29/04 1/13/05 2/6/05 2/2/06 2/15/07 3/2/07 1/31/08 3/7/08 2/26/09 3/5/09

Cori Chambers averaged 15.5 points and 3.5 steals in a pair of “homecoming” games at Iona and Marist in December of 2004.

2/28/82 3/3/83 3/2/84 2/2/86 3/3/86 1/11/87 1/17/88 3/4/88 2/25/89 2/25/90 2/10/91 3/2/91 2/22/92 2/20/93 1/18/94 12/17/94 1/4/96 3/1/96 2/11/97 1/10/98 1/10/99

W W W W W W W W

W W W W W W W

L L L L L

L

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# at Lexington, Ky. # at Knoxville, Tenn. # Athens Athens # Athens at Baton Rouge Athens # at Albany, Ga. at Baton Rouge Athens at Baton Rouge (OT) # at Albany, Ga. Athens at Baton Rouge Athens at Baton Rouge Athens # at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Baton Rouge Athens at Baton Rouge

77-66 79-78 84-77 90-66 94-72 53-84 56-70 86-84 72-82 72-56 108-102 74-83 75-86 88-53 92-63 84-68 76-61 71-73 76-65 81-70 73-60

12/2/99 1/14/01 1/3/02 2/2/03 1/25/04 3/29/04 1/8/05 3/5/05 1/22/06 2/12/06 1/7/07 2/1/07 2/10/08 2/19/09

1/27/82 12/17/86 12/4/87 12/13/88 3/25/96 12/27/96

3/17/84 3/19/95

12/1/90 12/16/91 12/7/93

W W W

W

L L L L L L L L L L

Athens at Baton Rouge Athens at Baton Rouge Athens * vs. Seattle, Wash. at Baton Rouge # at Greenville, S.C. Athens at Baton Rouge at Baton Rouge Athens at Baton Rouge Athens

Louisiana Tech: 1-5 L “home” game at Marietta W

W W

L L L L

at Ruston Athens at Ruston * at Nacogdoches, Texas at Las Vegas, Nev.

Louisville: 2-0 * Athens * Athens

Loyola (Chicago): 3-0 W Athens W W

at Chicago at Chicago

74-80 64-55 72-56 64-68 80-74 60-62 52-76 65-79 64-65 61-68 55-57 53-51 57-63 46-57

60-83 54-79 59-79 55-72 90-76 69-71

112-69 81-68

107-61 85-59 102-88

Loyola (Marymount): 1-0 89-58 W at Los Angeles

11/26/05

11/27/99 11/18/01

W W

12/30/94 12/1/98

W W

12/21/04 3/19/06

W W

12/8/93 1/11/95

W

12/7/86 12/15/87 12/28/90

11/29/98 11/19/00

11/28/81

W W

Maine: 2-0 at Orono (OT) Athens

Manhattan: 2-0 at Riverdale Athens

Marist: 2-0 at Poughkeepsie * at Trenton, N.J.

Marquette: 1-1 L at Milwaukee Athens

Maryland: 2-1 Athens

L

at College Park at New Brunswick, N.J.

Massachusetts: 2-0 W at Amherst W

Athens

McNeese State: 1-0 W at Orlando, Fla.

79-68 88-57

94-52 97-63

79-62 75-60

72-88 104-60

65-49 48-66 91-73

80-57 71-63

94-74


Series Results vs. All Opponents 12/17/88 12/16/89 1/5/02 12/17/02

Michigan State: 3-1 W at East Lansing W

W

Atlanta at East Lansing Athens

L

Middle Georgia: 0-1 L Athens

1/12/74

66-52 90-66 49-70 64-61

44-54

Middle Tennessee: 11-1 Away: 7-0 Neutral: 0-0

Home: 4-1

Stacey Ford averaged 12.0 points in Georgia’s wins over Michigan State early in the 1988-89 and 1989-90 seasons. 12/18/81 12/29/05 11/29/06

W W W

2/20/82 1/15/06

1/19/80 12/29/83

at Memphis Athens

Mercer: 15-12 Away: 7-5

Home: 8-5 1/22/74 2/1/74 3/1/74 2/21/75 1/13/76 2/9/76 1/28/77 2/14/77 1/7/78 2/6/78 11/13/78 2/14/79 1/12/80 2/13/80 1/5/81 2/11/81 12/12/81 2/26/83 1/11/83 1/30/84 1/14/85 2/13/86 2/4/87 12/6/91 2/1/93 1/10/94 12/17/07

Memphis: 3-0 at Memphis

W

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L L

L L L L L L L

Athens at Macon at Clarkston, Ga. at Statesboro, Ga. Athens at Macon Athens at Macon at Macon Athens at Macon Athens Athens (OT) at Macon at Macon Athens at Macon Athens (OT) at Macon Athens at Macon Athens at Macon Athens at Macon Athens Athens

Miami (Fla.): 2-0 Athens

W W

at Duluth, Ga.

Miami (Ohio): 1-1 L at Lexington, Ky.

W

at Coulmbus, Ohio

80-68 97-44 95-46

Neutral: 0-2

44-80 45-75 41-67 53-90 69-78 72-61 85-95 77-104 73-101 78-87 56-65 58-66 87-85 74-113 75-69 124-91 76-70 78-66 80-66 78-57 94-78 105-54 88-41 99-69 65-57 103-51 102-45

91-51 74-59

64-72 93-36

11/21/84 12/2/85 12/10/89 12/8/90 2/6/92 11/27/94 12/1/96 11/20/01 12/30/02 12/13/03 11/30/05 12/7/06

W W W W W W W W W W W

L

84-73 108-58 95-89 80-621 80-65 95-71 89-70 77-72 79-43 65-50 90-72 62-70

Minnesota: 1-0 W at Miami, Fla.

12/30/82

65-61

Mississippi: 26-10Neutral: 6-3 Away: 6-7

Home: 14-0 2/7/80 1/29/81 3/5/83 3/23/84 1/26/86 3/2/86 2/22/87 2/27/88 1/22/89 3/3/89 1/20/90 1/19/91 2/1/92 3/7/92 1/30/93 2/12/94 2/10/95 2/7/96 1/18/97 1/24/98 2/26/98 1/24/99 1/27/00 1/25/01 3/2/01 1/24/02 1/16/03 1/22/04 2/15/04 1/6/05 2/20/05 3/4/05 1/5/06 1/25/07 1/10/08 1/8/09

at Murfreesboro Athens at Murfreesboro at Murfreesboro Athens at Murfreesboro at Murfreesboro Athens (OT) at Murfreesboro Athens at Murfreesboro Athens

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L

# # # # #

L L L L

#

#

L

L

#

# L L

L

#

Knoxville, Tenn. Baton Rouge, La. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. at Oxford Athens Athens at Oxford Athens Albany, Ga. at Oxford Athens at Oxford Albany, Ga. Athens at Oxford Athens (OT) at Oxford Athens at Oxford Columbus, Ga. Athens at Oxford Athens Memphis, Tenn. at Oxford Athens at Oxford (2OT) Athens Athens at Oxford at Greenville, S.C. at Oxford Athens Athens at Oxford

70-80 75-68 72-69 73-63 70-69 76-68 69-64 61-69 72-65 69-78 65-68 77-64 59-88 71-60 75-60 49-78 80-77 90-85 78-56 65-58 73-77 81-43 75-51 74-51 80-61 79-69 96-54 79-90 79-62 78-51 61-72 87-65 84-70 69-60 75-62 54-62

Mississippi State: 23-10 Away: 9-6 Neutral: 2-1

Home: 12-3

1//22/77 1/21/78 12/19/79 1/4/79 12/17/81 2/8/86 1/18/87 1/24/88 2/18/89 2/17/90 2/16/91 1/26/92 1/23/93 2/6/94 2/4/95 1/28/96 1/24/97 2/1/98 1/31/99 2/26/99 2/6/00 3/4/00 2/4/01 1/13/02 1/31/02 2/6/03 2/27/03 1/8/04 1/23/05 1/19/06 1/11/07 2/17/08 2/1/09

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

12/15/84 1/8/87 3/18/01

W W

3/18/00

W

12/29/03

1/7/02

L L

L

L

L L L L L L

Athens at Starkville Athens at Starkville at Memphis, Tenn. Athens at Starkville Athens at Starkville Athens at Starkville Athens at Starkville Atlanta at Starkville Athens at Starkville Athens at Starkville # at Chattanooga, Tenn. Athens # at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Starkville at Starkville Athens Athens at Starkville Athens at Starkville Athens at Starkville at Starkville Athens

73-92 54-86 88-76 46-58 75-56 87-47 69-50 60-55 83-74 101-64 90-59 82-60 65-76 83-65 69-66 97-62 68-65 75-79 72-78 72-66 83-67 61-62 78-74 82-84 71-72 76-71 71-76 88-70 67-57 81-42 74-61 60-56 69-57

Missouri: 2-1 at Columbia L

Athens * Athens

Montana: 1-0 * Athens

70-67 80-67 65-78

74-46

Morehead State: 1-0 W at Morehead

92-42

Morris Brown: 1-0 Athens

105-36

W

Missouri-Kansas City: 1-072-63 12/18/92 W at Columbus, Ohio 11/25/89 12/21/95

3/16/91 12/28/96 12/1/01

2/15/95 12/8/95

W W

Nebraska: 2-0 at Lincoln at Myrtle Beach

Nevada-Las Vegas: 3-0 W * Athens W W

at Las Vegas at Berkeley, Calif.

New Mexico State: 2-0 W Athens W

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at Las Cruces

74-59 86-70

86-62 87-41 77-62

80-53 75-67

3/19/83 12/27/85 12/29/89 2/4/96 3/25/00 3/25/08

North Carolina: 5-1 W * Athens W W W W

L

at Los Angeles, Calif. at Hilton Head Island, S.C. at Charlotte, N.C. * at Portland, Ore. * at Norfolk, Va.

72-70 87-70 83-69 80-75 83-57 66-80

North Carolina A&T: 1-0 89-35 W Athens

11/15/06

1/23/80 11/26/93 1/23/95 1/6/96 2/5/97

UNC-Asheville: 5-0 W Athens W W W W

Athens Athens Athens Athens

98-53 122-59 102-31 101-36 83-44

NorthW Carolina Central: 1-085-31 Athens

11/26/08

UNC-Charlotte: 3-1 W Athens

2/10/87 1/14/91 1/14/92 3/22/03

W

W

L

Athens at Charlotte * Athens

98-50 81-56 64-74 80-61

North Carolina State: 8-0 Away: 4-0 Neutral: 1-0

Home: 3-0 1/3/84 11/30/85 12/29/87 11/26/88 1/3/90 3/23/95 12/16/01 12/6/03

W W W W W W W W

Athens at Raleigh at Raleigh at Raleigh Marietta # at Des Moines, Iowa at Raleigh (OT) Athens

North Georgia: 6-6 L at Dahlonega

1/18/74 2/26/74 1/29/75 2/18/75 1/23/76 2/17/76 1/6/77 2/28/77 12/2/77 1/10/78 12/2/78 1/30/80

W W W

W W W

L

L L L L

Athens Athens at Dahlonega Athens at Dahlonega at Dahlonega Athens Athens at Dahlonega at Dahlonega Athens

86-68 92-67 73-54 68-58 89-68 98-79 68-63 72-58

51-92 46-76 84-64 66-60 49-48 52-56 51-53 65-72 93-66 83-71 59-63 87-42

12/19/81

Northern Illinois: 1-0 W at Memphis, Tenn.

76-65

12/21/90

Northwestern: 1-0 W at Stanford, Calif. (OT)

93-83

Northwestern State: 1-0 95-94 W at Natchitoches (OT)

12/15/86

12/8/91 12/21/92 11/24/00

Notre Dame: 2-1 Athens (OT)

W W

L

at South Bend at Madison, Wis.

90-86 81-75 73-75

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Series Results vs. All Opponents Home: 2-0 12/19/01 12/8/02 11/29/07 11/20/08

Home: 1-1 12/29/84 12/28/87 11/24/89 12/15/90 11/30/91 12/19/92 11/25/94 12/19/99

W W W W W W

Home: 1-0 12/11/97 12/13/98 11/22/00 1/27/08

12/28/88 3/17/96

3/31/85 11/26/95 3/16/02

H I S T O R y

W W W

Oklahoma: 3-1 Away: 1-1 L

at Norman Athens at Madison, Wis. at Norman

58-57 80-66 88-78 91-60 79-82 72-89 79-70 91-59

Neutral: 1-0

* Athens

L L

at Norfolk, Va. * at West Lafayette, Ind.

Oral Marietta Roberts: 5-1

W W

12/20/83 12/13/92

W

1/20/96 1/5/97

W W

150

L L

W W W W

L

at Tulsa Athens Athens at Tulsa Athens

Oregon: 2-0 at Portland, Ore.

at Anchorage, Alaska

Oregon State: 1-1 at Portland, Ore.

W W

W

L

Prairie View A&M: 1-0 W at Freeport, Bahamas

11/23/07

at Honolulu, Hawaii

Penn State: 2-0 at University Park Athens

Piedmont: 2-0 Athens at Demorest

Pittsburgh: 1-0 * at Amarillo, Texas

Portland State: 1-0 W at Portland

94-76 88-79 94-70 57-65

70-76 83-55

65-70 64-67 54-68

103-73 58-63 77-74 116-49 64-60 118-64

89-64 72-55

89-54 79-81

79-78 62-56

88-69 83-66

W W W

3/27/04 3/25/07

W

3/19/05

W

62-55 62-46 93-49

Athens Athens

L

Purdue: 1-1 * at Seattle, Wash.

66-64 65-78

* at Dallas, Texas

Rice: 1-0

* at Dallas, Texas

75-49

Richmond: 2-0 W at Richmond

12/20/06 11/9/07

W

12/29/92

Home: 2-0 11/26/82 12/28/84 12/30/90 12/7/94 12/28/94 3/27/00 12/3/00 3/24/03 11/12/06 12/8/08

W W W W W W W

72-41 81-53

Athens

Rider: 1-0 at Villanova, Pa.

W

97-57

Rutgers: 7-3 Away: 1-2 L L

L

Chicago, Ill. Columbus, Ohio at Piscataway Athens at Piscataway * Portland, Ore. at Orlando, Fla. * Athens Norman, Okla. at Piscataway

Neutral: 4-1 76-61 80-62 57-58 105-70 92-74 51-59 82-53 74-64 78-69 34-45

12/19/98

Sacramento State: 1-0 W Boise, Idaho

3/15/96

Saint Francis (PA): 1-0 W * Athens

11/25/83

St. atJohn’s: 1-0 Detroit, Mich.

12/28/92 3/17/93

W

SanL Diego State: 1-1 at Villanova, Pa. W

2/21/75 12/10/05 12/15/06 1/15/09

* Athens

Santa Clara: 3-1 L at Honolulu, Hawaii

12/12/92 11/28/03 11/28/04 11/18/05

W W W

at Santa Clara at Honolulu, Hawaii Athens

94-48

98-66

83-70

63-70 85-68

62-64 77-65 87-68 92-91

Savannah State: 4-0 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 1-0

Home: 2-0 100-69

78-44

Presbyterian: 3-0 at Clinton, S.C.

12/1/78 2/20/79 1/2/08

Neutral: 3-0

at Columbus at Raleigh, N.C. at Lincoln, Neb. at Columbus Athens at Columbus Athens at Long Beach, Calif.

Old Dominion: 0-3 L * at Austin, Texas

12/18/83 12/21/96

12/19/83

72-51 99-56 69-59 64-61

Ohio State: 6-2 Away: 2-1

W

W

3/26/81

Neutral: 0-0

at Rochester Athens Athens at Rochester

Oklahoma State: 1-1 L at Las Vegas, Nev.

11/22/80 12/13/80 2/3/92 1/25/93 12/14/97 11/22/98

11/10/79 1/28/80

Oakland: 4-0 Away: 2-0

W W W W

W W W W

at Statesboro Athens at Savannah Athens

54-47 106-34 75-54 74-28

3/2/74 2/27/76 1/19/77 2/nn/77 11/30/77 1/28/78

11/29/86 12/29/88 2/25/91 12/10/91

L L L L L L

Shorter: 0-6 at Clarkston Not Known at Rome Athens Athens at Rome

South Alabama: 4-0 W at Atlanta, Ga. W W W

at Las Vegas, Nev. Athens at Mobile, Ala.

59-69 69-71 51-69 59-82 70-109 69-82

70-58 92-62 125-64 77-61

South Carolina: 28-4 Home: 13-1 Away: 12-2 Neutral: 3-1 2/13/76 2/9/78 1/30/82 1/22/83 1/22/86 1/2/87 2/3/88 1/12/89 12/30/89 2/15/90 12/11/90 1/18/92 1/16/93 1/19/94 1/29/95 2/11/96 2/1/97 2/4/98 2/3/99 2/10/00 2/8/01 1/10/02 2/7/02 1/19/03 2/13/03 2/22/04 3/4/04 2/10/05 1/26/06 2/11/07 2/28/08 1/11/09

W

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L

L

L L

at Rock Hill at Rock Hill Athens (OT) at Columbia Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia at Hilton Head, S.C. Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia at Columbia Athens (2OT) at Columbia # at Nashville, Tenn. Athens at Columbia Athens at Columbia Athens

62-60 49-71 82-75 74-72 93-70 69-56 82-60 82-73 76-64 72-57 74-56 63-62 57-77 80-76 80-58 79-61 78-35 80-61 62-58 84-61 92-55 64-71 59-64 67-59 97-91 73-50 73-42 67-51 74-65 81-57 55-41 69-63

South Carolina-Aiken: 1-079-63 1/7/80 W Athens South Carolina State: 7-1102-31 1/26/89 W Athens 12/2/89 1/9/91 1/9/92 2/10/93 2/23/94 2/1/95 12/19/95

2/22/84 2/17/86 1/2/03 1/4/04

W W W W

W W

L

at Orangeburg Athens at Orangeburg Athens at Orangeburg Athens at Myrtle Beach, S.C.

South Florida: 4-0 W Athens W W W

64-34

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at Tampa at Tampa Athens

98-63 100-54 81-54 72-61 72-77 90-45 93-32

87-35 90-47 91-44 92-65

Southern Cal: 2-3 L * Norfolk, Va.

4/1/83 12/15/83 1/6/85 12/28/85 11/24/07

W W

L

57-81 74-82 77-56 67-70 59-57

at Los Angeles Athens at Los Angeles at Freeport, Bahamas

L

Southern Illinois: 1-0 W at Iowa City, Iowa

11/28/87

58-53

Southern Methodist: 2-095-65 W at Norfolk, Va.

11/25/95 3/15/99

w

68-55

Southern Utah: 2-0 W at Cedar City

12/30/88 1/15/90

W

12/22/90 3/23/91 11/22/91 3/20/93 3/29/96 3/24/97 3/20/00 11/30/03 11/25/06

Athens

Stanford: 3-6 Away: 0-2

Home: 2-1

1/12/84 12/11/93 3/23/96 12/6/98 11/26/99

Athens

W W W

L L L L L L

at Stanford * at Las Vegas, Nev. Athens * at Palo Alto, Calif. * at Charlotte, N.C. * at Missoula, Mont. * Athens at Stanford Athens

Neutral: 1-3

Stephen F. Austin: 5-0 W Athens W W W W

12/3/88 1/5/90 1/10/05

W W W

1/23/82

W

12/19/05 11/16/07

W

Home: 7-11 12/17/80 1/17/82 2/11/82 2/26/82 1/16/83 2/12/83 3/4/83 3/27/83 1/22/84 2/19/84 3/25/84 12/9/84 2/2/85 1/29/86

Athens * at Nacogdoches, Texas at Nacogdoches, Texas at Orono, Maine

Stetson: 3-0 Athens

101-61 112-46

79-82 67-75 66-92 60-93 86-76 47-82 83-64 59-61 74-69

106-51 78-63 78-64 81-70 85-44

at DeLand, Fla. Athens

95-54 85-70 97-42

Syracuse: 1-0 at Norfolk, Va.

91-46

L

Temple: 1-1 at Philadelphia (OT) Athens

66-69 57-51

Tennessee: 14-39Neutral: 3-12 Away: 4-16 W

W W W W W W

L

L L L L L L

# # * *

Marietta (OT) Athens at Knoxville at Lexington, Ky. Athens at Knoxville at Knoxville at South Bend, Ind. at Knoxville Athens at Knoxville Athens at Knoxville Athens

68-73 66-63 52-65 44-55 54-74 59-73 71-65 67-63 59-63 84-65 61-73 78-72 72-56 84-74


Series Results vs. All Opponents 3/20/86 1/24/87 1/31/88 3/5/88 1/29/89 1/28/90 3/3/90 1/28/91 2/15/92 3/8/92 2/14/93 3/6/93 2/27/94 3/5/94 2/25/95 4/1/95 1/8/96 3/31/96 12/8/96 1/14/98 1/28/98 1/14/99 1/28/99 2/28/99 1/17/00 1/18/01 2/10/02 3/1/02 2/20/03 2/12/04 3/6/04 1/31/05 1/12/06 2/16/06 3/4/06 1/14/07 2/5/07 3/2/08 2/5/09

W W

W

W W

W

W

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

* Iowa City, Iowa at Knoxville Athens # at Albany, Ga. at Knoxville Athens # at Albany, Ga. at Knoxville Athens # at Albany, Ga. at Knoxville # at Chattanooga, Tenn. Athens # at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Knoxville * at Minneapolis, Minn. Athens * at Charlotte, N.C. at Knoxville (OT) Athens at Knoxville at Knoxville Athens # at Chattanooga, Tenn. Athens at Knoxville Athens # at Nashville, Tenn. at Knoxville Athens # at Nashville (OT) at Knoxville at Knoxville Athens # North Little Rock, Ark. Athens at Knoxville Athens at Knoxville

82-85 72-78 79-82 76-82 64-78 81-76 54-73 81-74 51-55 66-73 68-71 73-72 59-75 72-86 61-83 51-73 77-71 65-83 94-93 71-96 43-102 69-102 79-95 69-85 78-51 69-85 50-52 67-81 60-87 67-70 68-66 70-77 85-94 55-58 79-89 41-52 57-73 63-72 43-73

Tennessee-Martin: 2-0 W Athens

1/2/05 12/30/05

W

at Martin

Tennessee State: 3-0 11/23/84 W at Nashville 2/6/85 1/18/89

Home: 5-0 12/12/83 2/3/82 2/7/83 3/16/85 11/23/85 2/2/94 1/5/95 12/12/99 12/14/02 12/3/08

Home: 2-1 12/12/83 11/26/84 2/13/95 1/31/96 12/20/03 11/21/04 3/21/05

W W

Athens Athens

68-52 81-47

86-69 102-55 102-32

Tennessee Tech: 9-0 Away: 4-0 Neutral: 0-0 W W W W W W W W W W

W W W W W

at No. 4 Texas Athens at Cookeville * Athens at Cookeville Athens at Cookeville at Cookeville Athens Athens

Texas: 5-2 Away: 2-1 L L

at No. 4 Texas Athens at Texas Athens at Texas Athens * at Dallas, Texas

67-61 94-74 72-61 91-74 79-64 79-62 82-64 77-72 87-56 72-46

Neutral: 1-0 67-61 69-83 80-75 93-68 58-71 78-64 70-68

3/22/04 11/27/04 11/21/05 12/17/06

Texas Christian: 3-1 W * at Philadelphia, Pa. W W

12/14/84

W

2/2/74 2/13/74 1/24/75 1/9/76 1/30/76

W W W W

12/20/96

W

12/12/80

W

11/27/82 3/21/85 12/30/00 12/6/02 11/25/05

W W W

L

at Honolulu, Hawaii at Fort Worth Athens

Texas Tech: 1-0 at Columbia, Mo. Tift College: 4-1 L at Macon Athens Athens Athens at Macon

Toledo: 1-0 at Anchorage, Alaska Tulsa: 1-0 at Tulsa L

L

UCLA: 3-2

at Chicago, Ill. * at Los Angeles at Los Angeles Athens at Los Angeles (LMU)

Valdosta State: 5-10 L at Valdosta

Home: 15-6 2/17/79 1/20/79 2/16/81 2/17/82 2/22/82 1/8/83 2/6/83 1/14/84 2/12/84 1/27/85 2/10/85 2/28/85 1/12/86 2/15/87 3/5/87

W W W W W

L L L L L L L

L L

Athens at Valdosta Athens at Valdosta Athens Athens Athens at Valdosta (2OT) at Statesboro at Valdosta Athens at Orlando, Fla. Athens at Valdosta

80-68

41-43 69-45 119-55 74-48 90-61

85-52

97-79

UC-Santa Barbara: 1-0 11/22/99 W at Blacksburg, Va. 1/10/75 1/18/75 1/16/76 2/7/76 11/19/76 1/8/77 2/23/78 1/26/80 2/18/80 2/21/80 1/15/81 2/7/81 11/27/81 12/4/86 12/12/87

85-71 63-64 80-51 80-58

57-75 78-42 89-55 91-83 64-84

85-64

62-65 73-74 61-84 69-81 65-101 68-94 70-110 65-69 99-96 65-74 64-60 104-69 82-83 116-55 90-80

Vanderbilt: 30-22Neutral: 6-6 Away: 9-10

W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L

L

Athens at Nashville Athens at Nashville Athens Athens at Nashville Athens at Nashville at Nashville Athens Athens at Nashville Athens # at Albany, Ga.

64-57 63-80 94-71 78-63 79-63 76-70 62-63 87-86 90-66 83-67 95-71 79-67 68-61 89-72 54-53

2/21/88 1/14/89 1/13/90 3/2/90 1/26/91 1/4/92 3/6/92 1/2/93 3/8/93 1/16/94 1/15/95 3/5/95 2/16/96 2/14/97 3/22/97 2/13/98 2/14/99 1/30/00 2/27/00 1/28/01 2/25/01 3/4/01 1/20/02 2/16/03 3/7/03 2/5/04 3/7/04 2/27/05 2/19/06 3/3/06 1/18/07 3/3/07 1/17/08 2/3/08 1/22/09 2/15/09 3/6/09

12/28/86

12/2/95 12/4/96 1/2/09

W W W W W W

W W W W W W

W W W W

W

W

W

L

# #

L L L L L L

# # *

L L

L

#

L L L

#

L L

# #

L L L

#

L L

#

at Nashville Athens at Nashville at Albany, Ga. Athens at Nashville at Albany, Ga. Athens at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Nashville Athens at Chattanooga, Tenn. at Nashville Athens at Missoula, Mont. at Nashville Athens at Nashville Athens Athens at Nashville at Memphis, Tenn. Athens at Nashville at North Little Rock, Ark. at Nashville at Nashville Athens (OT) at Nashville at North Little Rock Ark. Athens at Duluth, Ga, at Nashville Athens Athens at Nashville at North Little Rock, Ark.

Villanova: 1-0 at Villanova L

Virginia: 1-2 at Charlottesville

L

Athens at Charlottesville

58-55 83-62 62-63 79-72 57-53 61-60 58-57 66-90 64-78 50-80 52-65 56-82 66-71 71-45 66-52 65-68 57-66 84-73 75-49 76-59 65-71 62-60 47-64 56-58 70-74 83-67 56-62 59-66 83-61 69-47 83-71 56-81 59-67 54-61 66-55 64-80 61-69

2/14/76

12/12/84 3/29/85 2/10/86 3/19/88 2/19/02

Western Carolina: 0-1 L at Rock Hill, S.C. Western Kentucky: 4-1 L at Bowling Green (OT)

12/10/96

2/14/75 2/14/76 2/5/92 1/7/93

12/13/96 1/4/98

W W W W

* at Austin, Texas Athens Athens Athens

Wingate: 1-0 Athens

W

W W W

W

Winthrop: 3-1 at Rock Hill

L

at Rock Hill Athens Athens

Wisconsin: 1-1 at Madison L

Athens (OT)

75-77

67-72 91-78 93-61 84-66 76-58

96-38

76-93 69-58 85-53 108-58

74-67 64-74

Wisconsin-Green Bay: 1-157-81 L at Green Bay

11/25/91 2/15/93

1/3/85 1/6/08 12/30/08

W

Athens

Xavier (Ohio): 1-2 at Cincinnati

W

L L

at Xavier Athens

82-60

106-38 55-65 44-56

71-60

65-94 77-56 60-62

Va.WCommonwealth: 3-0 59-51 at Richmond

12/19/87 12/20/00 12/30/01

12/29/80 12/27/86 11/17/99

12/19/96

1/29/74 2/6/74 1/21/76 2/4/76 2/22/77 1/18/78 2/4/78 1/18/79 2/12/79 12/8/79

W W

at Richmond Athens

Virginia Tech: 3-0 W at Harriman, Tenn.

77-63 83-70

at Villanova, Pa. at Blacksburg

65-50 80-56 65-60

Weber State: 1-0 at Anchorage, Alaska

72-44

W W

W

West Georgia: 5-5 L Athens W W W W W

L L

L L

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at Carrollton at Carrollton Athens Athens at Carrollton Athens at Carrollton Athens Athens

36-72 31-53 58-82 68-62 59-73 88-97 82-76 70-48 73-57 83-70

H I S T O R y

151


Annual Statistical Leaders

Tasha Humphrey

year 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Scoring Average

Player, claSS Bernadette Locke, Jr. Deborah Mitchell, Fr. Janet Harris, Fr. Janet Harris, So. Janet Harris, Jr. Janet Harris, Sr. Katrina McClain, Jr. Katrina McClain, Sr. Tammye Jenkins, Fr. Tammye Jenkins, So. Lady Hardmon, So. Camille Lowe, So. Deborah Carter, So. Camille Lowe, Sr. La’Keshia Frett, Fr. La’Keshia Frett, So. Saudia Roundtree, Sr. Kedra Holland-Corn, Sr. Kelly Miller, Fr. Kelly Miller, So. Coco Miller, Jr. Coco Miller, Sr. Kara Braxton, Fr. Christi Thomas, Jr. Christi Thomas, Sr. Tasha Humphrey, Fr. Tasha Humphrey, So. Tasha Humphrey, Jr. Tasha Humphrey, Sr. Ashley Houts, Jr.

G 27 34 30 34 33 34 31 32 30 30 29 32 24 34 28 33 33 31 28 34 36 33 30 30 35 33 32 29 33 32

PtS. 556 598 663 692 586 700 661 796 479 438 409 484 291 455 393 523 551 534 489 628 555 518 489 481 463 628 624 468 552 385

avG. 20.6 17.6 22.1 20.4 17.8 20.6 21.3 24.9 16.0 14.6 14.1 15.1 12.1 13.4 14.0 15.9 16.7 17.2 17.5 18.5 15.4 15.7 16.3 16.0 13.2 19.0 20.1 16.1 16.7 12.0

year 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Rebounding Average

Player, claSS Cynthia Collins, Fr. Wanda Holloway, Fr. Janet Harris, Fr. Janet Harris, So. Janet Harris, Jr. Janet Harris, Sr. Katrina McClain, Jr. Katrina McClain, Sr. Tammye Jenkins, Fr. Tammye Jenkins, So. Tammye Jenkins, Jr. Tammye Jenkins, Sr. Tara Cosby, Fr. Medina Turner, Sr. Tiffany Walker, Fr. Tracy Henderson, So. La’Keshia Frett, Jr. La’Keshia Frett, Sr. Elena Vishniakova, Fr. Tawana McDonald, Fr. Tawana McDonald, So. Tawana McDonald, Jr. Kara Braxton, Fr. Christi Thomas, Jr. Christi Thomas, Sr. Tasha Humphrey, Fr. Tasha Humphrey, So. Tasha Humphrey, Jr. Tasha Humphrey, Sr. Angel Robinson

G 28 37 30 34 33 34 31 32 30 30 27 28 27 31 28 33 33 28 28 27 36 33 30 30 35 33 32 29 33 32

reb. 283 392 371 397 279 351 314 391 259 229 218 208 167 245 216 252 288 187 193 186 309 230 205 241 290 276 283 221 300 298

avG. 10.1 10.6 12.4 11.7 8.5 10.3 10.1 12.2 8.6 7.6 8.1 7.4 6.2 7.9 7.7 7.6 8.7 6.7 6.9 6.9 8.8 7.0 6.8 8.0 8.3 8.4 9.1 7.6 9.1 9.3

year 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Field Goal Percentage Player, claSS Cynthia Collins, Fr. Wanda Holloway, Fr. Janet Harris, Fr. Janet Harris, So. Katrina McClain, Fr. Katrina McClain, So. Katrina McClain, Jr. Sherelle Warren, Fr. Sherelle Warren, So. Sherelle Warren, Jr. Stacey Ford, Jr. Deborah Carter, Fr. Deborah Carter, So. Nakia Hill, Fr. Tracy Henderson, Fr. Tiffany Walker, So. Tracy Henderson, Jr. Tracy Henderson, Sr. Angie Ball, So. Angie Ball, Jr. Tawana McDonald, So. Kelly Miller, Sr. Tawana McDonald, Sr. Christi Thomas, Jr. Christi Thomas, Sr. Tasha Humphrey, Fr. Sherill Baker, Sr. Angel Robinson, Fr. Angel Robinson, So. Angel Robinson, Jr.

FG-FGa 164-292 229-391 281-527 299-537 137-197 164-262 262-396 109-188 187-316 127-225 159-258 109-208 115-226 132-269 148-289 86-142 208-359 182-333 56-104 95-191 166-302 193-378 84-153 180-335 173-321 236-421 242-457 104-192 130-254 147-265

H I S T O R y

Wanda Holloway

152

Tawana McDonald

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Angel Robinson

Pct. .562 .586 .533 .557 .695 .626 .662 .580 .592 .564 .616 .524 .509 .491 .512 .606 .579 .547 .539 .497 .550 .511 .549 .537 .539 .561 .530 .542 .512 .555


Annual Statistical Leaders year 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Free Throw Percentage

Player, claSS Ft-Fta Pct. Michelle Hartley, Sr. 48-65 .738 Lou Sims, Fr. 36-47 .766 Rhonda Malone, So. 26-31 .839 Lisa O’Connor, Fr. 95-125 .760 Rhonda Malone, Sr. 18-22 .818 Lisa O’Connor, Jr. 66-78 .846 Traci Waites, So. 24-30 .800 Katie Abrahamson, So. 36-42 .857 Kim Berry, Fr. 32-41 .780 Adrienne Shuler, So. 63-78 .808 Sharon Baldwin, Sr. 33-42 .786 Adrienne Shuler, Sr. 67-80 .838 Camille Lowe, Jr. 41-51 .804 Deborah Reese, Jr. 93-111 .838 Rachel Powell, Fr. 49-62 .790 La’Keshia Frett, So. 116-155 .748 La’Keshia Frett, Jr. 90-107 .841 Pam Irwin, So. 49-52 .942 Pam Irwin, Jr. 50-58 .862 Pam Irwin-Osbolt, Sr. 47-56 .839 Kelly Miller, Jr. 94-115 .817 Coco Miller, Sr. 73-87 .839 Mary Beth Lycett, Jr. 30-38 .789 Mary Beth Lycett, Sr. 37-41 .902 Janese Hardrick, Fr. 88-106 .830 Janese Hardrick, So. 79-96 .823 Tasha Humphrey, So. 148-177 .836 Janese Hardrick, Sr. 85-102 .833 Ashley Houts, So. 131-165 .794 Angela Puleo, So. 26-33 .788

3-Point FG Percentage year 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Player, claSS Kim Berry, Fr. Kim Berry, So. Miriam Lowe, Fr. Camille Lowe, So. Miriam Lowe, Jr. Miriam Lowe, Sr. Rachel Powell, Fr. Rachel Powell, So. Kedra Holland, Jr. Rachel Powell, Sr. Coco Miller, Fr. Kelly Miller, So. Coco Miller, Jr. Kelly Miller, Sr. Mary Beth Lycett, Jr. Mary Beth Lycett, Sr. Jessica Pierce, Jr. Janese Hardrick, So. Janese Hardrick, Jr. Megan Darrah, Jr. Angela Puleo, Fr. Angela Puleo, So.

FG-FGa 35-68 69-163 22-40 52-107 19-55 26-57 46-113 53-138 63-155 37-93 24-61 54-123 49-122 50-108 46-129 55-150 23-61 31-74 41-92 38-96 54-155 49-138

*Minimum Avg. 1.0 3FGA per game

Pct. .515 .423 .550 .486 .346 .456 .407 .384 .407 .398 .393 .439 .402 .463 .357 .367 .377 .419 .446 .396 .348 .355

year 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Assists

Player, claSS Bernadette Locke, Jr. Bernadette Locke, Sr. Lou Sims, So. Lou Sims, Jr. Teresa Edwards, So. Teresa Edwards, Jr. Teresa Edwards, Sr. DeeDee Frasier, Sr. Carla Green, Jr. Adrienne Shuler, So. Lady Hardmon, So. Adrienne Shuler, Sr. Lady Hardmon, Sr. Kelly Robbins, So. Rachel Powell, Fr. Saudia Roundtree, Jr. Saudia Roundtree, Sr. Rachel Powell, Sr. Kelly Miller, Fr. Kelly Miller, So. Kelly Miller, Jr. Kelly Miller, Sr. Camille Murphy, Sr. Alexis Kendrick, Fr. Alexis Kendrick, So. Alexis Kendrick, Jr. Alexis Kendrick, Sr. Ashley Houts, Fr. Ashley Houts, So. Ashley Houts, Jr.

G 27 37 30 34 33 30 32 32 31 26 29 32 30 31 25 33 33 31 28 34 36 33 30 31 35 34 32 34 33 32

aSt. avG. 123 4.6 185 5.0 90 3.0 115 3.4 189 5.7 188 6.3 176 5.5 142 4.4 147 4.7 123 4.7 112 3.9 204 6.4 179 6.0 148 4.8 127 5.1 226 6.9 195 5.9 131 4.2 164 5.9 150 4.4 162 4.5 163 4.9 115 3.8 158 5.1 155 4.4 117 3.4 115 3.6 124 3.6 163 4.9 151 4.7

Adrienne Shuler

H I S T O R y

Camille Murphy

Pam Irwin-Osbolt

Kim Berry

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153


Annual Statistical Leaders

Teresa Edwards

year 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Blocked Shots

Player, claSS Lisa O’Connor, Fr. Barbara Bootz, Fr. Katrina McClain, So. Katrina McClain, Jr. Katrina McClain, Sr. Tammye Jenkins, Fr. Tammye Jenkins, So. Tammye Jenkins, Jr. Tammye Jenkins, Sr. Vicky Jones, Jr. Nakia Hill, Fr. Tracy Henderson, Fr. Tracy Henderson, So. Tracy Henderson, Jr. Tracy Henderson, Sr. Elena Vishniakova, Fr. Tawana McDonald, Fr. Tawana McDonald, So. Tawana McDonald, Jr. Kara Braxton, Fr. Christi Thomas, Jr. Christi Thomas, Sr. Tasha Humphrey, Fr. Tasha Humphrey, So. Angel Robinson, Fr. Angel Robinson, So. Angel Robinson, Jr.

G reb. avG. 34 29 0.9 32 53 1.7 29 87 3.0 31 87 2.8 32 73 2.3 30 32 1.1 30 54 1.8 27 25 0.9 28 52 1.9 30 19 0.6 31 37 1.2 28 59 2.1 33 83 2.5 33 72 2.2 28 53 1.9 28 14 0.5 27 56 2.1 35 90 2.6 33 103 3.1 30 59 1.9 30 56 1.8 35 51 1.5 33 36 1.1 31 23 0.7 33 31 0.9 33 51 1.5 32 70 2.2

year 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Steals

Player, claSS Bernadette Locke, Jr. Bernadette Locke, Sr. Janet Harris, Fr. Teresa Edwards, Fr. Teresa Edwards, So. Teresa Edwards, Jr. Teresa Edwards, Sr. Carla Green, So. Adrienne Shuler, Fr. Carla Green, Sr. Adrienne Shuler, Jr. Adrienne Shuler, Sr. Vicky Jones, Jr. Vicky Jones, Sr. Kedra Holland, Fr. Kedra Holland, So. Saudia Roundtree, Sr. Kedra Holland-Corn, Sr. Kelly Miller, Fr. Kelly Miller, So. Kelly Miller, Jr. Kelly Miller, Sr. Kara Braxton, Fr. Sherill Baker, Fr. Sherill Baker, So. Sherill Baker, Jr. Sherill Baker, Sr. Ashley Houts, Fr. Ashley Houts, So. Ashley Houts, Jr.

G 27 37 30 33 33 30 32 32 31 30 29 32 30 32 28 33 33 31 28 34 36 33 30 30 35 34 32 34 33 32

Stl. avG. 114 4.2 104 2.8 76 2.5 70 2.1 81 2.5 100 3.3 91 2.8 72 2.3 69 2.2 87 2.9 69 2.4 103 3.2 57 1.9 64 2.0 38 1.4 78 2.4 76 2.3 116 3.7 76 2.7 66 1.9 75 2.1 68 2.1 54 1.8 89 3.0 104 3.0 84 2.5 149 4.7 93 2.7 87 2.6 70 2.2

year 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

Minutes Played

Player, claSS Janet Harris, So. Janet Harris, Jr. Janet Harris, Sr. Teresa Edwards, Sr. Katrina McClain, Sr. Carla Green, Jr. Carla Green, Sr. Lady Hardmon, So. Lady Hardmon, Jr. Lady Hardmon, Sr. Camille Lowe, Sr. La’Keshia Frett, Fr. La’Keshia Frett, So. Saudia Roundtree, Sr. La’Keshia Frett, Sr. Kelly Miller, Fr. Kelly Miller, So. Kelly Miller, Jr. Kelly Miller, Sr. Camille Murphy, Sr. Mary Beth Lycett, Sr. Sherill Baker, So. Sherill Baker, Jr. Sherill Baker, Sr. Ashley Houts, Fr. Ashley Houts, So. Ashley Houts, Jr.

G 34 33 34 32 32 31 30 29 32 30 34 28 33 33 28 28 34 36 33 30 31 35 34 32 34 33 32

H I S T O R y

Carla Green

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Vicky Jones

Mary Beth Lycett

reb. 1226 995 1195 1022 1106 960 860 929 997 1006 1048 806 1043 1016 866 999 1119 1169 1079 824 1038 1139 1113 1174 1145 1215 1207

avG. 36.1 30.2 35.1 31.9 34.6 31.0 28.7 32.0 31.2 33.5 30.8 28.8 31.6 30.8 30.9 35.7 32.9 32.5 32.7 27.5 33.5 32.5 32.7 36.7 33.7 36.8 37.7


Annual Statistical Champions SEC Team Statistical Champions

SeaSoN 1984-85 1985-86 1990-91 1995-96 2005-06

Scoring G 34 32 32 33 32

PtS. 2792 2855 2736 2734 2554

avG. 82.1 89.2 85.5 82.9 79.8

Field Goal Percentage

SeaSoN 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1990-91 1995-96

FGM-FGa 978-1883 1173-2209 1193-2195 1055-2190 1051-2248

Pct. .519 .531 .544 .482 .468

Free Throw Percentage

SeaSoN 1985-86 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08

FGM-FGa 469-642 444-580 442-566 475-650

Pct. .731 .766 .781 .731

3-Point FG Percentage

SeaSoN 1987-88 2005-06

SeaSoN 1982-83 1995-96 2000-01 2005-06 SeaSoN 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1999-00 2001-02

3FG-FGa 60-146 228-581

Steals

G 34 33 33 32

StlS. 391 394 351 371

Blocked Shots G 33 34 32 36 30

blkS. 168 154 156 187 188

3-Point FGs Per Game

SeaSoN 2006-07

G 34

3FGS 215

Pct. .411 .392

avG. 11.5 11.9 10.6 11.6 avG. 5.1 4.5 4.9 5.2 6.3 avG. 6.32

Sherill Baker reigns supreme as “Queen of Thieves”

Assist-to-Turnover Ratio

SeaSoN 2005-06

a 524

to 431

Turnover Margin

SeaSoN 2000-01 2005-06

UGa 14.7 13.5

Sherill Baker established a name for herself as one of the nation’s premier defensive players en route to breaking UGA’s freshman and sophomore steals records. During her senior season, however, Baker’s perimeter prowess wreaked havoc at a different level. Baker was dubbed the “Queen of Thieves” while leading the nation in steals in 2005-06 by averaging 4.7 per game – 0.7 better than any other player in the country. Somewhat amazingly considering Georgia’s status as a women’s basketball powerhouse, Baker was the Lady Bulldogs’ first team or individual statistical champion. Baker finished the campaign with 149 steals, giving her 426 for her career. Those totals not only shattered the UGA season (116) and career (342) records, they easily surpassed the SEC marks (141 and 372) as well.

rat. 1.22

oPP. 21.0 19.6

DIFF. +6.3 +6.1

Field Goal Percentage Defense SeaSoN 1985-86 1986-87

FGM-FGa 825-2032 785-2014

Pct. .406 .390

3-Point FG Percentage Defense SeaSoN 1993-94 2001-02

3FG-FGa 106-389 138-458

Scoring

year Player, claSS 88-87 Katrina McClain, Sr.

Rebounds

Pct. .272 .301

SEC Individual Statistical Champions 3-Pointers Per Game

G PtS. avG. year Player, claSS 32 796 24.9 88-89 Kim Berry, So. G 34 32 30 32

reb. avG. 351 10.3 391 12.2 259 8.6 298 9.3

Assists

year 84-85 86-87 87-88 08-09

Player, claSS Janet Harris, Sr. Katrina McClain, Sr. Tammye Jenkins, Fr. Angel Robinson, Jr.

year 83-84 84-85 85-86 89-90 95-96

Player, claSS FGM FGa Pct. Steals Katrina McClain, Fr. 137 197 .695 year Player, claSS Katrina McClain, So. 164 262 .626 79-80 Bernadette Locke, Jr. Katrina McClain, Jr. 262 396 .662 90-91 Adrienne Shuler, Sr. Stacey Ford, Jr. 159 258 .616 96-97 Kedra Holland-Corn, Sr. Tracy Henderson, Jr. 208 359 .579 05-06 Sherill Baker, Sr.

Field Goal Percentage

Free Throw Percentage

year Player, claSS 95-96 La’Keshia Frett, Jr.

year 84-85 90-91 91-92 94-95 95-96

FtM Fta Pct. year 90 107 .841 83-84 84-85 85-86 3-Point Percentage year Player, claSS 3FG FGa Pct. 86-87 87-88 Kim Berry, Fr. 35 68 .515 98-99 89-90 Miriam Lowe, Fr. 22 40 .550 99-00 05-06 Janese Hardrick, Jr. 41 92 .446 00-01

Player, claSS Teresa Edwards, Jr. Adrienne Shuler, Sr. Lady Hardmon, Sr. Saudia Roundtree, Jr. Saudia Roundtree, Sr.

G 3FG avG. year 30 163 5.4 05-06 07-08 08-09 G aSt avG. 30 188 6.3 32 204 6.4 30 179 6.0 33 226 6.8 33 195 5.9 G 27 32 31 32

Minutes Played

Player, claSS Sherill Baker, Sr. Ashley Houts, So. Ashley Houts, Jr.

G 32 33 32

MP 1174 1215 1207

avG. 36.7 36.8 37.7

H I S T O R y

Stl avG. 114 4.2 103 3.2 116 3.7 149 4.7

Blocked Shots

Player, claSS Barbara Bootz, Fr. Katrina McClain, So. Katrina McClain, Jr. Katrina McClain, Sr. Tawana McDonald, Fr. Tawana McDonald, So. Tawana McDonald, Jr.

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

G blk avG. 27 48 1.8 29 87 3.0 31 87 2.8 32 73 2.3 27 56 2.3 35 90 2.6 33 103 3.1 155


Season-by-Season Team Statistics year

Susie Gardner

H I S T O R y

1980 opp. 1981 opp. 1982 opp. 1983 opp. 1984 opp. 1985 opp. 1986 opp. 1987 opp. 1988 opp. 1989 opp. 1990 opp. 1991 opp. 1992 opp. 1993 opp. 1994 opp.

G

28 28 37 37 30 30 34 34 33 33 34 34 32 32 32 32 31 31 30 30 30 30 32 32 30 30 34 34 28 28

FG-FGa Pct.

880-1960 862-1948 1234-2554 992-2411 969-2045 827-1826 1077-2248 868-1954 1188-2284 782-1919 1173-2209 905-2173 1193-2195 825-2032 974-1900 785-2014 870-1878 791-1903 936-2005 721-1859 929-1923 742-1759 1055-2190 760-1917 912-2040 755-1821 976-2220 813-2081 824-1892 669-1772

.449 .443 .483 .411 .474 .452 .479 .444 .520 .408 .531 .416 .544 .406 .513 .390 .463 .416 .467 .388 .483 .422 .482 .396 .447 .415 .440 .391 .436 .378

3FG-FGa Pct. —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 60-146 57-172 90-223 73-217 86-216 99-284 92-221 76-236 68-237 98-264 97-299 119-393 101-290 106-389

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— .411 .331 .386 .336 .398 .349 .416 .322 .287 .371 .324 .303 .348 .273

Ft-Fta Pct.

417-681 298-485 470-748 502-757 389-604 379-548 448-688 456-667 419-599 477-736 446-633 397-591 469-642 370-600 456-668 406-626 493-735 419-623 459-667 421-641 376-715 412-616 534-782 484-677 375-584 486-738 508-720 595-855 434-654 482-698

.612 .614 .628 .663 .644 .692 .651 .684 .699 .648 .705 .672 .731 .617 .683 .649 .671 .673 .688 .657 .666 .669 .683 .715 .642 .659 .706 .696 .664 .691

reb-avG. aSt

1275-45.5 1227-43.8 1717-46.4 1403-37.9 1235-41.2 1102-36.7 1363-40.1 1200-35.3 1379-41.8 1151-34.9 1273-37.4 1290-37.9 1284-40.1 1198-37.4 1292-40.4 1153-36.0 1249-40.3 1183-38.2 1321-44.0 1142-38.1 1220-40.7 1083-36.1 1348-42.1 1225-38.3 1323-44.1 1187-39.6 1481-43.6 1320-38.8 1300-46.4 1156-41.3

382 364 561 412 455 411 561 443 657 454 676 426 678 410 573 435 458 435 480 394 481 359 582 354 511 373 560 397 435 353

to

537 642 749 784 484 645 578 729 606 835 595 797 516 695 645 604 603 632 529 622 533 662 560 777 557 628 640 633 584 621

bl

34 83 88 75 89 81 97 93 168 62 154 59 156 50 158 51 96 71 106 65 69 62 119 75 91 70 132 77 135 71

Sharon Baldwin

1980-81 Lady Bulldogs 156

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

1982-83 Lady Bulldogs

Stl 338 300 443 374 383 233 391 266 391 163 410 410 369 205 318 346 317 268 320 225 351 238 408 242 313 273 310 322 290 269

PtS-avG.

2177-77.8 2022-72.2 2938-79.4 2486-67.2 2327-77.6 2033-67.8 2602-76.5 2192-64.5 2795-85.0 2041-68.8 2792-82.1 2204-64.8 2855-89.2 2021-63.2 2404-75.1 1976-61.8 2293-74.0 2059-66.4 2421-80.7 1936-64.5 2420-80.7 1995-66.5 2736-85.5 2080-65.0 2267-75.6 2094-68.8 2557-75.2 2340-68.8 2183-78.0 1926-68.8


Season-by-Season Team Statistics year

1995 opp. 1996 opp. 1997 opp. 1998 opp. 1999 opp. 2000 opp. 2001 opp. 2002 opp. 2003 opp. 2004 opp. 2005 opp. 2006 opp. 2007 opp. 2008 opp. 2009 opp.

G

33 33 33 33 31 31 28 28 34 34 36 36 33 33 30 30 31 31 35 35 34 34 32 32 34 34 33 33 32 32

FG-FGa Pct.

1043-2304 743-1997 1051-2248 789-2005 887-1961 705-1829 798-1875 752-1751 1043-2286 822-2055 1094-2334 805-2159 989-2164 727-1953 779-1733 648-1770 887-1983 738-1906 953-2211 811-2113 909-2083 763-1986 942-2013 764-1822 868-1964 743-1965 800-1915 726-1916 797-1847 680-1864

.453 .372 .468 .394 .452 .386 .426 .430 .456 .400 .469 .373 .457 .372 .450 .366 .447 .387 .431 .384 .436 .384 .468 .419 .442 .378 .418 .379 .432 .365

3FG-FGa Pct. 154-450 132-483 179-513 123-421 167-489 133-446 134-401 109-379 155-451 140-444 137-375 144-462 129-375 146-486 107-381 138-458 160-478 169-558 191-606 172-549 203-601 158-465 228-581 150-513 215-625 79-605 207-626 150-517 122-395 151-518

.342 .273 .349 .292 .342 .298 .334 .288 .344 .315 .365 .312 .365 .300 .281 .301 .335 .303 .315 .313 .338 .340 .392 .292 .344 .296 .331 .290 .309 .292

Ft-Fta Pct.

459-692 500-762 453-633 492-729 417-588 369-573 403-541 402-609 545-759 514-764 495-708 441-660 495-708 449-644 403-613 429-629 447-601 348-476 488-657 397-567 444-580 376-582 442-566 373-545 490-670 349-516 475-650 354-531 331-491 343-485

.663 .656 .716 .675 .709 .644 .745 .660 .718 .673 .699 .668 .699 .697 .657 .682 .744 .731 .743 .700 .766 .646 .781 .684 .731 .676 .731 .667 .674 .707

reb-avG. aSt

1491-45.2 1333-40.4 1365-41.4 1314-39.8 1261-40.7 1165-37.6 1127-40.3 1116-39.9 1380-40.6 1337-39.3 1473-40.9 1349-37.5 1473-40.9 1235-37.4 1253-41.8 1028-34.3 1297-41.8 1114-35.9 1415-40.4 1308-37.4 1352-39.8 1216-35.8 1150-35.9 1127-35.2 1275-37.5 223-36.0 1324-40.1 1179-35.7 1242-38.8 1144-35.8

594 406 604 399 529 380 433 394 570 441 609 405 409 374 498 350 534 408 552 450 458 388 524 396 477 383 469 365 440 377

to

541 726 563 728 548 674 499 568 550 744 583 766 583 692 627 573 520 585 518 618 525 595 431 627 500 608 552 575 546 537

bl

169 62 148 63 122 85 62 72 134 73 187 78 187 88 188 63 148 97 129 102 104 129 57 85 105 88 131 91 146 83

Stl 360 262 394 219 346 222 260 223 351 236 385 249 385 237 294 284 324 213 317 261 285 238 371 206 312 259 270 242 258 213

PtS-avG.

2699-81.8 2118-64.2 2734-82.9 2193-66.5 2358-76.1 1912-61.7 2133-76.2 2015-72.0 2786-81.9 2298-67.6 2820-78.3 2195-61.0 2820-78.3 2049-62.1 2068-68.9 1863-62.1 2381-76.8 1993-64.3 2585-73.9 2191-62.2 2465-72.5 2060-60.6 2554-79.8 2051-64.1 2441-71.8 2014-59.2 2282-69.2 1956-59.3 2047-64.0 1854-57.9

Rachel Powell

H I S T O R y

Signe Antvorskov

1995-96 Lady Bulldogs

2005-06 Lady Bulldogs 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

157


Holiday Tournament Results 1974-75 Winthrop Tournament 2/13 2/14

Furman Winthrop

Rock Hill, S.C.

W

L

1981-82 Optimist-ODU Classic

61-43 1/22 73-93 1/23

1975-76 Winthrop Tournament 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/14

Rock Hill, S.C.

East Carolina South Carolina Winthrop Western Carolina

W W

L L

2/17 2/18

East Carolina Anderson JC

W

L

71-54 79-99

1977-78 Winthrop Tournament South Carolina East Tennessee Anderson JC East Carolina

Las Vegas, Nev.

64-76 91-46

12/28 Oklahoma State 12/29 South Alabama

1982-83 Crush Classic

W W

Lincoln, Neb.

11/24 Ohio State 11/25 Nebraska

1/21 1/22

East Carolina South Carolina

W W

Hilton Head, S.C.

65-61 94-32

80-61 74-72

W W

88-78 74-59

1989-90 Hilton Head Shootout 12/29 North Carolina 12/30 No. 20 South Carolina

1982-83 Nike-Carolina Classic Columbia, S.C.

70-76 92-62

W W

83-69 76-64

1990-91 Cardinal Classic Janet Harris was named to the All-Tournament team for nine of 11 holiday events the Lady Bulldogs played in during her collegiate career.

Stanford, Calif.

12/21 No. 8 Northwestern 12/22 No. 12 Stanford

W

L

OT-93-83 79-82

49-71 95-83 1983-84 Detroit Classic 1990-91 Bell Atlantic Classic 1985-86 TransAmerica Classic 87-80 Detroit, Mich. New Brunswick, N.J. Los Angeles, Calif. L 76-92 11/25 St. John’s W 83-70 12/28 Maryland W 91-73 W 87-70 12/30 No. 17 Rutgers 11/26 Bowling Green W 99-50 12/27 No. 18 North Carolina L 57-58 12/28 No. 3 Southern Cal L 67-70 1978-79 Lady Dog Invitational

1/4 1/5

46-58 Portland, Ore. 66-74 12/18 Oregon W 12/19 Portland State W 12/20 Oregon State W 1979-80 Lady Kat Invitational

W W

Starkville, Miss.

Mississippi State Florida

L

12/30 Minnesota 12/31 Appalachian State

L

1989-90 Wimmer’s Invitational

Chicago, Ill.

Miami, Fla.

W

2/9 2/10 2/11 2/12

1/18 1/19 H I S T O R y

Rock Hill, S.C.

W

L

1988-89 UNLV Classic

66-80 11/26 No. 14 Rutgers W 76-61 62-60 11/27 UCLA L 57-75 69-58 75-77 1982-83 Dial Soap Classic

1976-77 Winthrop Tournament Rock Hill, S.C.

Drake Syracuse

Norfolk, Va.

1983-84 Giusti Tournament

L L

Lexington, Ky.

Kentucky Miami (Ohio)

L L

61-82 64-72

1980-81 Clemson Invitational 1/9 1/10

Clemson, S.C.

Alabama Appalachian State

W

L

61-72 83-60

1981-82 Lady Sunshine Classic Orlando, Fla.

11/27 Valdosta State 11/28 McNeese State

W

L

1981-82 Lady Tiger Classic Memphis, Tenn.

12/17 Mississippi State 12/18 Memphis State 12/19 Northern Illinois

158

W W W

82-83 94-74

1983-84 Buckeye Classic Columbus, Ohio

12/29 Miami (Ohio) 12/30 No. 17 Clemson

W W

Atlanta, Ga. 89-64 64-34 11/28 Grambling 89-54 11/29 South Alabama 11/30 Alabama

12/14 No. 16 Texas Tech 12/15 No. 18 Missouri

W W

1984-85 Buckeye Classic Columbus, Ohio

12/28 No. 14 Rutgers 12/29 No. 9 Ohio State

W W

W W W

Villanova, Pa. 93-36 W 78-64 12/27 Virginia Tech 12/28 Villanova W

W W

L L

62-64 79-81

1992-93 Buckeye Classic Columbus, Ohio

W

L

72-63 72-89

1992-93 Wildcat Christmas Classic Villanova, Pa.

12/28 San Diego State 58-53 12/29 Rider 56-66

1987-88 Ronald McDonald House Classic

Raleigh, N.C. 80-62 58-57 12/28 No. 9 Ohio State 12/29 N.C. State

Honolulu, Hawaii

12/18 Missouri-Kansas City 80-56 12/19 Ohio State 71-60

1987-88 Amana Hakweye Classic

Iowa City, Iowa 80-68 70-67 11/28 No. 16 Southern Illinois W 11/29 No. 6 Iowa L

1992-93 Rainbow Wahine Invitational

73-51 12/12 Santa Clara 70-58 12/13 Oregon State 78-58

1986-87 Texaco Christmas Classic

1984-85 Mid-America Classic Columbia, Mo.

1986-87 Southern Invitational

W

L

63-70 97-57

1993-94 ISES Invitational Atlanta, Ga.

12/14 Georgia Southen 80-66 12/15 Georgia Tech 73-54

W W

82-77 67-52

75-56 1985-86 Tennessee Tech Classic 1993-94 Express Christmas Classic 1988-89 Hall of Fame Classic 80-68 Cookeville, Tenn. Jamaica, N.y. Cincinnati, Ohio 76-65 11/22 Central Michigan W 97-55 12/29 No. 16 Kansas L 79-92 W 66-45 12/30 Coppin State 11/23 Tennessee Tech W 79-64 11/25 Cincinnati W 94-41 11/26 No. 16 N.C. State W 68-58 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball


Holiday Tournament Results 1994-95 ISES Invitational Atlanta, Ga.

12/12 Georgia State 12/13 Georgia Tech

W W

1995-96 ODU-Dial Classic Norfolk, Va.

11/25 SMU 11/26 Old Dominion

W

L

1999-2000 Pre-Season WNIT

11/15 92-37 11/17 113-81 11/21 11/22

Myrtle Beach, S.C.

W W W

1996-97 Northern Lights Invitational 12/19 Weber State 12/20 Toledo 12/21 Oregon

W W W

Las Vegas, Nev.

12/27 No. 5 Louisiana Tech 12/28 UNLV

W

L

12/5 12/6

Florida International Charleston Southern

W

Philadelphia, Pa.

W W

L

Nacogdoches, Texas

Alcorn State Stephen F. Austin

W W

12/19 Sacramento State 12/20 Boise State

W W

Long Beach, Calif.

W W

78-38 87-67

W

L

94-70 73-75

2001-02 Oakland Tribune Classic

12/1 68-83 12/2 97-61

Berkeley, Calif.

UNLV California

W W

77-62 54-48

2003-04 Comfort Suites Classic Richmond, Ky.

12/29 Morehead State 94-68 12/30 Eastern Kentucky 80-64

W W

92-42 92-60

2004-05 Rainbow Wahine Classic Honolulu, Hawaii

11/26 Idaho 91-51 11/27 TCU 81-70 11/28 Santa Clara

1998-99 BSU Christmas Classic Boise, Idaho

78-38 98-68

1999-2000 The Beach Classic

11/22 No. 12 Oklahoma 69-71 11/24 No. 5 Notre Dame 87-41

1998-99 Conoco Ladyjack Classic 12/5 12/6

W W

Madison, Wis.

1997-98 CoreStates Classic 12/29 Fairfield 12/30 LaSalle

Houston, Texas

Alcorn State Houston

2000-01 Coaches vs. Cancer Challenge

1997-98 Tallahassee Democrat Classic Tallahassee, Fla.

85-44 OT-79-68

1999-2000 Hilton Hobby Classic

72-44 12/19 Ohio State 85-52 12/20 Long Beach State 72-55

1996-97 UNLV Shootout

76-75 65-60 78-70 85-64

1999-2000 Dead River Classic

93-32 79-52 12/4 86-70 12/5

Anchorage, Alaska

W W W W

95-65 Orono, Maine 64-67 11/26 Stephen F. Austin W 11/27 Maine W

1995-96 Carolinas Beach Classic 12/19 S.C. State 12/20 No. 11 Iowa 12/21 Nebraska

Alabama-Birmingham at No. 17 Virginia Tech No. 20 Boston College No. 12 UCSB

W W

L

77-55 63-64 87-68

2005-06 Ayres Hotel Classic Los Angeles, Calif.

94-48 11/25 UCLA 91-51 11/26 Loyola Marymount

W

L

12/28 Georgia Washington 12/30 Brown

W

L

Kara Braxton

’01 Oakland Tribune Classic

Kiesha Brown

’98 Conoco Ladyjack Classic Teresa Edwards ’82 Dial Soap Classic ’83 Buckeye Classic ’84 Mid-America Classic ’84 Buckeye Classic-MVP ’85 Tennessee Tech Classic ’85 TransAmerica Classic

Stacey Ford

’89 Hilton Head Shootout

La’Keshia Frett

’94 ISES Invitational ’93 Express Christmas Classic ’95 ODU-Dial Classic ’95 Carolinas Classic-MVP ’96 Northern Lights Invit. ’96 UNLV Shootout

Carla Green

’87 Amana-Hawkeye Classic

Lady Hardmon

’89 Wimmer’s Invitational ’89 Hilton Head Shootout-MVP ’90 Bell Atlantic Classic

Janet Harris

’81 Lady Sunshine Classic ’81 Lady Tiger Classic-MVP ’82 Optimist-ODU Classic ’83 Nike-Carolina Classic ’83 Detroit Classic-MVP ’83 Giusti Tournament-MVP ’83 Buckeye Classic-MVP ’84 Mid-America Classic-MVP ’84 Buckeye Classic

Tracy Henderson

’93 Express Christmas Classic ’96 Northern Lights Invit.-MVP

Kedra Holland-Corn

’96 Northern Lights Invit. ’96 UNLV Shootout

Wanda Holloway

’82 Dial Soap Classic-MVP ’83 Detroit Classic

Ashley Houts

’07 FIU Fun & Sun-MVP ’08 UNLV Round-up-MVP

Tasha Humphrey

’03 Rainbow Wahine Invit. ’05 Ayres Hotel Classic ’07 Junkanoo Jam-MVP ’07 FIU Fun & Sun Classic

Tammye Jenkins

’88 Hall of Classic-MVP ’89 Wimmer’s Invit.-MVP ’89 Hilton Head Shootout

Bernadette Locke

’80 Lady Kat Invitational

Rhonda Malone

’81 Lady Sunshine Classic

Katrina McClain

’83 Buckeye Classic ’84 Buckeye Classic ’85 TTU Classic-MVP ’85 TransAmerica Classic ’86 Southern Invitational-MVP ’86 Texaco Christmas Classic

Tawana McDonald

’98 BSU Christmas Classic ’99 Pre-season WNIT-MVP ’99 The Beach Classic ’01 Oakland Trib Classic-MVP

Freeport, Bahamas

W W

Coco Miller

’97 CoreStates Classic ’98 BSU Christmas Classic ’99 Dead River Classic ’99 The Beach Classic

Kelly Miller

’98 Conoco Ladyjack Classic -MVP ’98 BSU Classic-MVP ’99 Pre-season WNIT ’99 Dead River Classic-MVP ’99 The Beach Classic ’00 Coaches vs. Cancer

Deanna “Tweety” Nolan

’99 The Beach Classic-MVP

Angel Robinson

’07 Junkanoo Jam

Saudia Roundtree

’95 ODU-Dial Classic

Adrienne Shuler

’90 Bell Atlantic Classic

Lou Sims

’81 Lady Tiger Classic

Kim “K.T.” Thompson

’93 Express Christmas Classic

Medina Turner

’92 Buckeye Classic ’92 Wildcat Classic

Traci Waites

’85 TTU Classic

Sherelle Warren

’86 Texaco Classic ’87 Ronald McDonald House Classic-MVP

2008-09 UNLV Lady Rebel Round-up

2007-08 Junanoo Jam

64-84 11/23 Prairie View A&M 89-58 11/24 Southern Cal

2006-07 Surf ’N Slam Classic San Diego, Calif.

All-Time Holiday All-Tournament Selections

Las Vegas, Nev.

78-44 11/28 Cal State Fullerton 58-57 11/29 Eastern Washington

W W

85-64 75-51

2007-08 FIU Fun & Sun Classic Miami, Fla.

54-66 12/29 Florida State 82-69 12/30 Florida International

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

W W

71-62 70-56 159

H I S T O R y


SEC Tournament Results 1980

2/7

QF

1989

Knoxville, Tenn.

Ole Miss

L

70-80 3/3

QF

1981

Baton Rouge, La.

2/26 QF Ole Miss 2/27 SF Alabama 2/28 Con. Kentucky

QF SF

W

3/1 66-65 3/2 44-55 77-66

QF SF

3/6 3/7 No. 3 East Seed • Knoxville, Tenn. QF #3W LSU W 79-78 3/8 SF #1E Tennessee W 71-65 F #1W Ole Miss W 72-69

QF SF F

W

L

1982

2/25 QF #4 Auburn 2/26 SF #1 Tennessee 2/28 Con. #7 LSU

W W

L

1983 – Champions

3/3 3/4 3/5

1984 – Champions

3/1 3/2 3/3

QF SF F

No. 1 East Seed • Athens, Ga. #4W Auburn #2W LSU #3W Alabama

W W W

1985

3/5 3/6 102-72 3/7 84-77 3/8 74-65

No. 1 East Seed • 1st Round (Athens)

H I S T O R y

2/28 QF

#5E Vanderbilt

3/3

#2W Auburn

W

Semis & Finals • Oxford, Miss.

SF

L

3/4 79-67 3/5

QF SF F

No. 1 Seed • Athens, Ga. #8 Alabama #4 Ole Miss #3 LSU

W W W

88-71 76-68 94-72

1987 – Runner-Up

3/4 3/5 3/6

QF SF F

No. 2 Seed • Albany, Ga. #7 Kentucky #6 Vanderbilt #1 Auburn

W W

L

160

QF SF

No. 6 Seed • Albany, Ga. #3 LSU #2 Tennessee

W

L

3/4 3/5

86-84 76-82

No. 4 Seed • Albany, Ga. #5 Vanderbilt #1 Tennessee

W

3/1

No. 3 Seed • Chattanooga, Tenn.

69-78 2/26 QF 2/27 SF 2/28 F

L

79-72 54-73

L

78-69 74-83

L

58-57 71-60 66-73

1991

No. 1 Seed • Albany, Ga. #9 Alabama #4 LSU

W

1992 – Runner-Up

No. 4 Seed • Albany, Ga. #5 Vanderbilt #1 Ole Miss #2 Tennessee

W W

1993 – Runner-Up

No. 8 Seed • Chattanooga, Tenn.

1st QF SF F

#9 Arkansas #1 Tennessee #5 Alabama #3 Vanderbilt

W W W

L

1994

No. 8 Seed • Chattanooga, Tenn.

1st QF

#9 Arkansas #1 Tennessee

W

L

No. 3 Seed • Chattanooga, Tenn.

QF SF

#6 Florida #2 Vanderbilt

W

L

1996

67-64 54-53 3/1 57-81

1988

3/4 3/5

L

1995

65-80

1986 – Champions 3/1 3/2 3/3

#6 Ole Miss

1999 – Runner-Up

1990

75-68 3/2 66-80 3/3 73-62

Lexington, Ky.

No. 3 Seed • Albany, Ga.

No. 1 Seed • Chattanooga, Tenn.

QF

#8 LSU

L

No. 1 Seed • Chattanooga, Tenn.

2/26 1st

#9 Auburn

L

#12 Ole Miss

L

3/3 3/4

No. 1 Seed • Chattanooga, Tenn.

QF SF

#9 Kentucky W #5 Mississippi State L

3/2 3/3 3/4

QF SF F

No. 3 Seed • Memphis, Tenn. #11 Ole Miss #7 Arkansas #4 Vanderbilt

W W W

80-61 63-44 62-60

2002

2/28 1st 3/1 QF

No. 9 Seed • Nashville, Tenn. #8 Alabama #1 Tennessee

W

L

64-60 67-81

2003

No. 3 Seed • North Little Rock, Ark.

QF

#5 Vanderbilt

L

70-74

2004

1st QF SF F

No. 5 Seed • Nashville, Tenn.

#12 South Carolina W 73-42 #4 Florida W 76-72 #1 Tennessee W OT-68-66 #6 Vanderbilt L 56-62

2005

No. 4 Seed • Greenville, S.C.

88-71 56-82 3/4 3/4

QF SF

71-73

No. 3 Seed • North Little Rock, Ark.

#5 Ole Miss #1 LSU

W

L

87-65 65-79

Georgia won the 2001 SEC Tournament title on Kelly Miller's buzzer-beater. (Above) After Vanderbilt tied the score at 60-60 with 5.9 seconds left, Miller connected on a running jumper from the free throw line with 0.8 of a second remaining to secure the championship trophy for the Lady Bulldogs

2006

3/3 3/4

QF SF

#6 Vanderbilt #2 Tennessee

W

L

2008

69-47 3/6 79-89 3/7

2007

47-75

73-77

63-45 61-62

2001 – Champions

3/4 84-62 3/5 72-86 3/6 3/7

1998

No. 5 Seed • Columbus, Ga.

72-66 68-62 69-85

2000

84-73 73-72 76-72 3/7 64-78

1997

QF

#6 Mississippi State W #7 Kentucky W #1 Tennessee L

3/2 3/3

QF SF

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

W

#12 Alabama #4 Kentucky

W

L

71-62 50-57

2009

No. 2 Seed • Duluth, Ga. #7 Kentucky #3 Vanderbilt

1st QF

No. 5 Seed • Nashville, Tenn.

L

72-40 3/5 56-81 3/6

No. 7 Seed • North Little Rock, Ark.

1st QF

#10 Kentucky #2 Vanderbilt

W

L

82-64 61-69

# Denotes opponent’s seed in tourney.


SEC Tournament Results UGA’s SEC Tournament Numbers

◊ Georgia has won the SEC Tournament four times, in 1983, 1984, 1986 and 2001. ◊ Georgia has compiled a 41-26 (.612) record in SEC Tournament play. FYI, the SEC lists UGA as 39-26. UGA claims consolation round wins in 1981 and 1982 missing from league totals.

UGA’s Record vs. All Opponents

School

Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Kentucky LSU Ole Miss Mississippi State South Carolina Tennessee Vanderbilt

Rd.

Rec. Last Result 6-1 3-0 2-3 2-0 6-1 5-3 6-3 1-1 1-0 3-8 6-6

W, 71-62 in 2008 1st W, 63-44 in 2001 SF L, 47-75 in 1997 QF W, 76-72 in 2004 QF W, 82-64 in 2009 1st L, 65-79 in 2005 SF W, 87-65 in 2005 QF L, 61-62 in 2000 SF W, 73-42 in 2004 1st L, 79-89 in 2006 SF L, 61-69 in 2009 QF

All-time All-SEC Tournament Selections

1982 – Janet Harris 1983 – Teresa Edwards, MVP Lisa O’Connor 1984 – Teresa Edwards Janet Harris Wanda Holloway 1985 – Janet Harris 1986 – Teresa Edwards Katrina McClain, MVP Lisa O’Connor 1987 – Katrina McClain 1988 – Tammye Jenkins

UGA’s Record by Round

Times Rec. Last-result

1st Round Quarters Semis Final Con.

6 6-1 ’09-W, 82-64 vs. Kentucky 28 20-9 ’09-L, 61-69 vs. Vanderbilt 20 9-11 ’07-L, 56-81 vs. Vanderbilt 9 4-5 ’04-L, 56-62 vs. Vanderbilt 2 2-0 ’82-W, 77-66 vs. LSU

UGA’s Record by Seed

Seed Times Rec. Last

Best Finish

No. 1 *7 9-5 2000 Champs (’84, ’86) No. 2 2 3-2 2007 Runner-up (’87) No. 3 **6 10-5 2006 Champs (’83, ’01) No. 4 3 4-3 2005 Runner-up (’92) No. 5 3 4-3 2008 Runner-up (’04) No. 6 1 1-1 1988 Semis (’88) No. 7 1 1-1 2009 Quarters (‘09) No. 8 2 4-2 1994 Runner-up (’93) No. 9 1 1-1 2002 Quarters (’02) No. 10 0 0-0 No. 11 0 0-0 No. 12 0 0-0 Un. 3 4-3 1982 Third (’81, ’82) * includes two years as No. 1 seed in SEC East (1884, 1585) ** includes one year at No. 3 seed in SEC East (1983)

Setting the stage for today

In many ways, the post-season success the Lady Bulldogs have enjoyed over the past two decades began at the 1983 SEC Tournament in Knoxville, Tenn. “I think the ’83 team truly started the Georgia tradition – the style of play that we would enjoy for 20 years...the success...the habit of winning...the habit of playing hard – I think that all is an outgrowth of what the ’83 team started,” Andy Landers said. After finishing the regular-season with just a 4-5 record in league action, the Lady Dogs came together in early March to begin an impressive post-season run. Led by freshmen Teresa Edwards and Lisa O’Conner, No. 12-ranked Georgia knocked off three ranked opponents in as many days to run the table at the Stokely Athletics Center and secure the Lady Bulldogs’ first-ever SEC Championship. O’Connor poured in 21 points and played all 40 minutes as UGA downed No. 19 LSU, 79-78, in the quarterfinals. Edwards scored 21 in Georgia’s 71-65 semifinal victory over No. 8 Tennessee. Four different Lady Dogs then reached double figures in a 72-69 win against No. 15 Ole Miss in the final. Reserve Wanda Holloway led Georgia with 23 points, including the Lady Bulldogs’ final seven points of the game. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

1990 – Lady Hardmon 1992 – Lady Hardmon 1993 – Deborah Reese 1999 – Coco Miller 2001 – Kelly Miller Deanna Nolan 2004 – Janese Hardrick Christi Thomas 2005 – Tasha Humphrey 2006 – Sherill Baker

Teresa Edwards 1983 MVP

Katrina McClain 1986 MVP

Georgia then rode the momentum it gained in Knoxville into the NCAA Tournament, where wins over No. 15 North Carolina, Indiana and No. 9 Tennessee earned the Lady Bulldogs the first of their now five trips to the Final Four.

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NCAA Tournament Results 1982

No. 4 Seed Midwest • 1st Round (Tempe, Ariz.)

3/12 32 #5 Arizona State

L

77-97

1983 – Final Four

No. 2 Seed Mideast • 1st Round (Athens)

Mideast 2nd Round (Clemson, S.C.)

3/18 32 #4 Clemson

65-78

1990

No. 2 Seed West • 2nd Round (Athens)

3/18 32 #7 Arkansas

L

1999 – Final Four

No. 3 Seed Mideast • 1st/2nd Rounds (Athens)

3/13 64 #14 Liberty 3/15 32 #11 SMU

W

72-70

3/25 16 #6 Indiana 2/27 8 #1 Tennessee

W W

3/26 SF #3E Duke No. 1 Seed West • 1st Round (Athens) 86-70 W 86-62 67-63 3/16 32 #8 UNLV

4/1

Final Four (Norfolk, Va.)

SF #1W Southern Cal

1991

1984

W

3/23 16 #4 Ole Miss 3/25 8 #3 Tennessee

W

112-69

Mideast Regional (Knoxville, Tenn.) L

1985 – Runner-Up W

3/21 16 #6 UCLA 3/23 8 #1 Long Beach State

W W

3/29 SF #4ME Western Ky. 3/31 F #1E Old Dominion

W

West Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) Final Four (Austin, Texas) L

L

Unseeded West • 1st Round (Athens)

3/17 48 Un. San Diego State

1986

67-54 89-71

W

L

69-81

2000

West Regional (Portland, Ore.)

3/25 16 #5 North Carolina 85-68 3/27 8 #2 Rutgers

1995 – Final Four

No. 3 Seed Midwest • 1st/2nd Rounds (Athens)

91-74 3/17 3/19 78-42 97-82 3/23 3/25 91-78 65-70 4/1

W W

No. 1 Seed West • 1st/2nd Rounds (Athens) 87-77 W 74-46 67-75 3/18 64 #16 Montana 3/20 32 #9 Stanford W 83-64

West 2nd Round (Palo Alto, Calif.) 73-63 L 60-93 61-73 3/20 32 #1 Stanford

No. 2 Seed West • 1st Round (Athens)

3/16 32 #7 Tennessee Tech

W

1993

No. 1 Seed Mideast • 1st Round (Athens)

3/17 32 #8 Louisville

73-52 68-55

Final Four (San Jose, Calif.)

West Regional (Las Vegas, Nev.)

57-81 3/21 16 #4 Long Beach State 3/23 8 #2 Stanford

L

W W

Mideast Regional (Cincinnati, Ohio)

70-81 3/20 16 #2 Clemson 3/22 8 #4 Iowa State

3/19 32 #7 North Carolina

Mideast Regional (Notre Dame, Ind.)

W

L

83-57 51-59

2001

No. 2 Seed East • 1st/2nd Rounds (Athens)

3/16 64 #15 Liberty 3/18 32 #10 Missouri

W

L

77-48 65-78

64 #14 Indiana 32 #11 Louisville

W W

81-64 81-68

16 #7 N.C. State 8 #1 Colorado

W W

1st/2nd Rounds (West Lafayette, Ind.) 98-79 L 54-68 82-79 3/16 64 #7 Old Dominion

Midwest Regional (Des Moines, Iowa) Final Four (Minneapolis, Minn.)

SF #1ME Tennessee

L

51-73

1996 – Runner-Up

No. 1 Seed Mideast • 1st Round (Athens)

No. 2 Seed Midwest • 1st/2nd Rounds (Athens)

Mideast Regional (Athens)

West Regional (Missoula, Mont.)

2002

No. 10 Seed Mideast

2003

No. 5 Seed Midwest • 1st/2nd Rounds (Athens)

3/22 64 #12 Charlotte 3/24 32 #4 Rutgers

Alexis Kendrick started all 133 games of her career, breaking the UGA record for career starts vs. Connecticut in the 2006 “Sweet 16”.

2006

No. 3 Seed • 1st/2nd Rounds (Trenton, N.J.)

3/19 64 #14 Marist 3/21 32 #11 Hartford

W W

81-60 Regional (Bridgeport, Conn.) 74-64 3/26 16 #2 Connecicut L

W W

75-60 73-54

75-77 Midwest Regional (Albuquerque, N.M.) 98-66 103-64 3/15 64 #15 Saint Francis (PA) W L 63-66 2007 3/17 32 #7 Oklahoma State W 83-55 3/29 16 #1 Duke Mideast Regional (Iowa City, Iowa) No. 3 Seed Midwest Regional (Nacogdoches, Texas) 3/20 16 #4 Tennessee L 82-85 2004 1st/2nd Rounds (Minneapolis, Minn.) 3/23 16 #11 Stephen F. Austin W 78-64 No. 3 Seed West 3/17 64 #14 Belmont W 53-36 3/25 8 #1 Louisiana Tech W 90-76 1987 3/19 32 #6 Iowa State W 76-56 1st/2nd Rounds (Philadelphia, Pa.) Final Four (Charlotte, N.C.) No. 2 Seed Midwest • 1st Round (Athens) W 78-53 Regional (Dallas, Texas) W 86-76 3/20 64 #14 Liberty 3/14 32 #7 Kansas W 82-51 3/29 SF #1W Stanford W 85-71 3/25 16 #2 Purdue L 65-78 3/31 F #1E Tennessee L 65-83 3/22 32 #6 TCU Midwest Regional (Monroe, La.) West Regional (Seattle, Wash.) 3/29 16 #3 Iowa L 60-62 3/27 16 #2 Purdue W 66-64 2008 1997 3/29 8 #4 LSU L 60-62 No. 7 Seed • 1st/2nd Rounds (Norfolk, Va..) No. 2 Seed West • 1st/2nd Rounds (Athens) 1988 3/23 64 #10 Iowa W 67-61 3/14 64 #15 Eastern Kentucky W 91-55 No. 4 Seed Mideast • 1st Round (Athens) 3/25 32 #2 North Carolina L 66-80 2005 W 80-74 3/19 32 #5 Western Ky. W 84-66 3/16 32 #7 Arizona 3/15 32 #8 Illinois

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L

W

3/24 16 #1 Auburn

1989

L

65-68 3/22 16 #6 Vanderbilt 3/24 8 #1 Stanford

No. 5 Seed Mideast • 1st Round (Athens)

3/15 48 #12 UT-Chattanooga 162

W

90-69

W

L

No. 6 Seed • 1st/2nd Rounds (Dallas, Texas)

66-52 3/19 64 #11 Rice 47-82 3/21 32 #3 Texas

Regional (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

1998

No. 7 Seed East • 1st Round (Storrs, Conn.)

3/13 64 #10 George Washington

L

W W

3/26 16 #2 Duke

72-74

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75-49 70-68 63-57

2009

No. 11 Seed • 1st/2nd Rounds (Duluth, Ga..)

3/21 64 #6 Arizona State

L

47-58

# Denotes opponent’s seed in tourney.


NCAA Tournament Results UGA’s NCAA Tournament Numbers

◊ Georgia is one of only six schools to advance to five Final Fours, doing so in 1983, 1985, 1995, 1996 and 1999. ◊ Georgia has earned bids to 26 of 28 NCAA Tournaments – second-best nationally. ◊ Georgia’s totals of all-time NCAA Tournament games played (74) and games won (48) both rank fifth among all schools.

UGA’s Record by Round

Rd.

Times Rec. Last-result

64 32 Sweet 16 Elite Eight Semis Final

17 15-3 ’09-L, 47-58 vs. Arizona St. 23 17-6 ’08-L, 66-80 vs. N. Carolina 17 10-7 ’07-L, 65-78 vs. Purdue 10 5-5 ’04-L, 60-62 vs. LSU 5 2-3 ’99-L, 69-81 vs. Duke 2 0-2 ’96-L, 65-83 vs. Tennessee

UGA’s Record by Seed

Seed Times

Last Rec. Best Finish

No. 1 No. 2

4 2000 8-4 7 2001 17-7

No. 3

3 2007 15-5

No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 Un.

2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1

Rd.

1988 2003 2005 1998 2008 2002 2009 1993

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

Elite 8 (3 times) Runner-up (’85, ’96) Final Four (’95, ’99) Sweet 16 (1988) Sweet 16 (2003) Sweet 16 (2005) Rd. of 64 (1998) Rd. of 32 (2008) Rd. of 64 (2002) Rd. of 64 (2009) Rd. of 32 (1993)

UGA’s Record by Location Rec. Last-result

Home 22-3 ’03, W 74-36 vs. Rutgers Road 2-4 ’96, W 78-64 vs. S.F. Austin Neutral 24-19 ’09, L 47-58 vs. Arizona St.

UGA’s Record by Region

Reg. Times East Mideast Midwest West Final Four

2 8 5 7 5

Last Rec. Best Finish

2001 1-2 2005 14-6 2003 11-3 2004 15-6 1999 2-5

Rd. of 32 (2001) Champs (1995) Champs (’95, ’96) Champs (1985) Runner-up (’85, ’96)

* The NCAA discontinued using directional names for Regionals in 2005

All-time All-Regional & All-Final Four Selections All-Regional

1983 – Teresa Edwards Janet Harris** 1984 – Teresa Edwards Janet Harris 1985 – Teresa Edwards** Janet Harris 1986 – Teresa Edwards 1987 – Katrina McClain 1991 – Stacey Ford Lady Hardmon 1995 – Kedra Holland Saudia Roundtree 1996 – Saudia Roundtree** Tracy Henderson 1997 – Kedra Holland-Corn

The Final Four...plus one more

Most historians would agree that the 1996 season was one of the most competitive in women’s basketball annals, with traditional powerhouses Georgia, Connecticut, Louisiana Tech, Stanford and Tennessee all fielding excellent teams which could stake legitimate claims as the nation’s top squad. When the NCAA Tournament field was announced, the Lady Bulldogs and Lady Techsters – the only two teams to be ranked No. 1 during the regular season – found themselves bracketed together in the Midwest Regional. La. Tech topped pre-season No. 1 Connecticut in the State Farm Tip-off Classic and occupied the top spot from Nov. 21-Jan. 22. After the Techsters suffered their only loss of the regular season, the Lady Bulldogs, who had just defeated No. 4 Tennessee, No. 24 Auburn, No. 3 Connecticut, No. 10 Penn State and No. 20 Florida in succession, moved into the top spot for three weeks before losing at Vanderbilt. La. Tech then remained No. 1 for the remainder of the regular season. In a matchup well worthy of its billing, the Lady Dogs rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit en route to a 90-76 victory. Saudia Roundtree, who received Naismith National Player of the Year honors a day earlier, cemented her status as such with a career-high 37 points in the Regional final. Tracy Henderson and La’Keshia Frett both posted “double-double” performances. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

1999 – Pam Irwin-Osbolt Kelly Miller** 2000 – Coco Miller Kelly Miller 2003 – Christi Thomas 2004 – Janese Hardrick Christi Thomas 2005 – Tasha Humphrey 2006 – Tasha Humphrey ** denotes Regional MOP

La’Keshia Frett

All-Final Four

1985 – Teresa Edwards Katrina McClain 1996– La’Keshia Frett Saudia Roundtree

Saudia Rountree

“It seems like all season, no matter what we did, people have considered us as the underdog,” Roundtree said. No. 5-ranked Georgia topped Stanford in the NCAA semifinals to improve to 4-0 against the four teams ahead of the Lady Dogs in the polls, but then lost in the national title tilt.

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Lady Bulldogs on Television 1982-83 Season: 1-1

3/5 4/1

# Mississippi * Southern Cal

12/15 3/3 3/23 3/29 3/31 3/3 3/6 1/31 1/22 2/28

Regional Syndicated

W

72-69 1/28 L 57-81 2/25

1989-90 Season: 2-0

Tennessee LSU

ESPN Syndicated

W W

81-76 1/16 72-56 2/20 2/27

1993-94 Season: 1-2

Vanderbilt Auburn Tennessee

ESPN SportSouth SportSouth

S.F. Austin Auburn Georgia Tech Florida Arkansas # Mississippi St. # Kentucky # Tennessee * SMU * Clemson * Iowa State * Duke

12/12 1/9 1/17 1/20 1/23 1/30 2/10 2/17 3/3 3/4 3/18 3/20 3/25 3/27

Tenn. Tech Alabama Tennessee Georgia Tech Auburn Vanderbilt South Carolina Kentucky # Kentucky # Mississippi St. * Montana * Stanford * North Carolina * Rutgers

Lights...camera...action...Lady Dogs among first to go national benchmark event in women’s basketball history – the first-ever network broadcast of a regular-season women’s hoops game. CBS aired the inaugural Big Ten-SEC Challenge in Iowa City, where the Lady Dogs faced off against Iowa and Auburn took on Purdue. Prior to that day, the only network broadcasts of women’s hoops were the NCAA Championship games themselves. “Today, playing on TV is almost commonplace for us,” Andy Landers said. “Last season, 17 of our games were televised and eight of those were on national networks. In 1991, even being on television was usually reserved for the post-season. To be on TV, not just on TV but nationally on CBS, in the middle of January was just huge.” The SEC scored a clean sweep in the matchup of power conferences before a raucous crowd of 9,887 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. No. 7 Auburn topped No. 4 Purdue, 76-65, in the first game of the doubleheader before the No. 9 Lady Dogs downed No. 15 Iowa, 62-51, in the nightcap.

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1996-97 Season: 7-3

L 50-80 12/8 W 58-54 12/13 L 59-76 12/21 1/5 1983-84 Season: 1-1 1990-91 Season: 5-3 1/15 Southern Cal Local L 74-82 12/22 Stanford Pacific Sports L 79-82 1994-95 Season: 6-1 # Alabama Regional W 74-65 12/30 Rutgers SportsChannel L 57-58 11/27 MTSU SportSouth W 95-71 1/20 1/5 Iowa CBS W 62-51 12/28 Rutgers MSG W 92-74 2/14 1/28 Tennessee ESPN W 81-74 1/29 South Carolina SportSouth W 80-58 3/16 1984-85 Season: 2-1 Kentucky ESPN W 80-77 3/22 * Long Beach St. ESPN W 97-82 2/3 SportsChannel W 87-71 2/10 Ole Miss Prime W 98-79 3/24 * Western Ky. ESPN W 91-78 2/10 LSU TigerVision W 108-102 3/23 * N.C. State ESPN W 82-79 * Old Dominion CBS L 65-70 3/21 * Long Beach St. ESPN W 87-77 3/25 * Colorado CBS L 51-73 3/23 * Stanford ESPN L 67-75 4/1 * Tennessee 1985-86 Season: 1-0 1/4 2/8 # LSU Regional W 94-72 1991-92 Season: 2-3 1995-96 Season: 11-1 1/22 Florida SportsChannel W 96-81 12/17 Alabama Prime W 89-83 2/13 2/15 Tennessee ESPN L 51-55 1/12 Auburn SportSouth W 79-71 2/17 1986-87 Season: 0-1 SportSouth L 75-86 1/15 Connecticut ESPN W 75-67 # Auburn Regional L 57-83 2/22 LSU 3/7 # Ole Miss SportSouth W 71-60 1/20 Penn State CBS W 79-78 3/8 # Tennessee SportSouth L 67-73 1/25 Florida 1987-88 Season: 0-1 SportsChannel W 72-61 12/6 2/4 North Carolina ABC W 80-75 1/17 Tennessee Local L 79-82 2/11 South Carolina SportSouth W 79-61 1/19 1992-93 Season: 2-2 espn2 W 83-55 2/18 1988-89 Season: 1-1 1/2 Vanderbilt ESPN L 66-90 3/17 * Oklahoma St. espn2 W 78-64 2/21 SportSouth W 85-53 3/23 * S.F. Austin Ole Miss SportsChannel W 72-65 2/20 LSU W 90-76 2/26 SportSouth W 76-72 3/25 * Louisiana Tech ESPN Auburn Syndicated L 76-86 3/7 # Alabama ESPN W 86-76 2/27 3/8 # Vanderbilt SportSouth L 64-78 3/29 * Stanford 3/31 * Tennessee ESPN L 65-83 2/28 3/15 3/20 3/22 3/26 On January 5, 1991, Georgia’s Lady Bulldogs took part in a Lady Hardmon (right) scored

a game-high 17 points to lead Georgia in the victory, but two wounded Lady Bulldogs also played a major role in the win. Tammye Jenkins chipped in 12 points and 10 rebounds in 22 minutes before missing the final 11:00 due to a broken nose, while Stacey Ford scored 10 points in 19 minutes despite playing with a broken hand. Georgia has continued to enjoy success in nationally televised matchups against Big Ten teams, compiling a 5-2 mark all-time in games played on the CBS and ESPN networks.

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Tennessee Wisconsin Oregon Penn State Alabama Connecticut Vanderbilt * Arizona * Vanderbilt * Stanford

SportSouth espn2 espn2 CBS Prime ESPN FOX SNS NCAA Prod. ESPN ESPN

W W W W

94-93 74-67 72-55 62-56 L 64-68 L 67-95 W 71-45 W 80-74 W 66-52 L 47-82

1997-98 Season: 1-3

Wisconsin Alabama Vanderbilt Florida

CBS espn2 FOX SNS Sunshine

L 64-74 L 77-90 L 65-68 W 79-62

1998-99 Season: 10-2 FOX SNS FOX SNS MediaOne Sunshine FOX SNS FOX SNS FOX SNS espn2 NCAA Prod. espn2 espn2 ESPN

W W W W W W W

81-70 96-78 88-82 91-66 98-82 72-66 68-62 L 69-85 W 68-55 W 67-54 W 89-71 L 69-81

1999-2000 Season: 12-2 FOX SNS FOX SNS espn2 MediaOne FOX SNS FOX SNS CSSE FOX SNS FOX SNS FOX SNS ESPN+ espn2 ESPN ESPN

W W W W W W W W W

77-72 72-37 78-51 86-58 68-54 84-73 84-61 73-69 63-45 L 61-62 W 74-46 W 83-64 W 83-57 L 51-59


Lady Bulldogs On Television 11/12 11/24 12/3 1/11 1/18 1/28 2/4 2/15 2/22 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/18 12/27 1/5 1/20 1/27 1/31 2/10 2/17 2/28 3/1 3/16 11/30 12/27 1/2 1/12 2/12 2/16 2/20 3/1 3/7 3/22 3/24 3/29 12/20 12/27 1/15 1/18 1/25 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/22

2000-01 Season: 9-4

Connecticut Notre Dame Rutgers Florida Tennessee Vanderbilt Mississippi St. Kentucky Alabama # Ole Miss # Arkansas # Vanderbilt * Missouri

ESPN ESPN ESPN Sunshine FOX SNS FOX SNS FOX SNS CSSE CSSE FOX SNS FOX SNS espn2 ESPN

W W W W W W W W W

2001-02 Season: 3-7

Georgia Tech Michigan State Vanderbilt Florida Mississippi St. Tennessee Florida # Alabama # Tennessee * Old Dominion

FOX SNS CBS espn2 ESPN CSS FOX SNS FOX SNS FOX SNS FOX SNS ESPN

W

W W

2002-03 Season: 6-6

Arizona Georgia Tech South Florida Florida South Carolina Vanderbilt Tennessee Florida # Vanderbilt * Charlotte * Rutgers * Duke

FOX FOX SNS Sunshine Sunshine CSS CSS FOX SNS FOX SNS FOX SNS espn2 ESPN ESPN

W W W W W W

2003-04 Season: 10-7

Texas Georgia Tech Auburn Florida LSU Vanderbilt Arkansas Tennessee South Carolina

espn2 FOX SNS CSS Sunshine espn2 CSS espn2 FOX SNS FOX SNS

W W W W

3/4 L 70-99 3/5 L 73-75 3/6 82-53 3/7 72-59 3/20 L 69-85 3/22 76-59 3/27 78-74 3/29 71-48 71-48 80-61 11/21 63-44 1/6 62-60 1/8 L 65-78 1/27 1/31 2/3 69-52 2/13 L 49-70 2/24 L 47-64 2/27 L 64-73 3/4 L 71-72 3/5 L 50-52 3/19 73-62 3/21 64-60 3/26 L 67-81 L 54-68 11/13 12/4 L 49-70 12/19 L 61-65 1/8 91-44 1/12 105-62 1/15 97-91 1/19 L 56-58 1/22 L 60-87 1/26 76-67 2/12 L 70-74 2/16 81-60 2/19 74-64 3/3 L 63-66 3/4 3/19 3/21 L 58-71 3/26 78-62 L 54-72 L 73-83 11/12 80-74 11/26 83-67 1/4 L 63-71 1/7 L 67-70 1/11 73-50 1/14

# South Carolina # Florida # Tennessee # Vanderbilt * Liberty * TCU * Purdue * LSU

FOX SNS FOX SNS FOX SNS espn2 ESPN ESPN espn2 ESPN

W W W

2004-05 Season: 9-5

Texas Ole Miss LSU Florida Tennessee Alabama Clemson Florida Vanderbilt # Ole Miss # LSU * Rice * Texas * Duke

FSN CSS CBS CSS espn2 CSS FSN Sun Sports espn2 FSN FSN espn2 ESPN ESPN

W W W W W W W W W

2005-06 Season: 9-8

Baylor Georgia Tech Temple Florida Tennessee Miami Mississippi St. LSU South Carolina LSU Tennessee Vanderbilt # Vanderbilt # Tennessee * Marist * Hartford * Connecticut

ESPN2 CSS CSS Sun Sports FSN FSN CSS FSN CSS ESPN2 ESPN2 FSN FSN FSN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2

W W W W W W W W W

2006-07 Season: 14-5

Rutgers Stanford Florida LSU Mississippi St. Tennessee

ESPN2 FSN CSS COX CSS FSN

1/21 1/28 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/18 3/2 3/3 78-64 3/17 78-51 3/19 L 52-76 3/25 81-61 L 70-77 72-63 12/2 88-60 1/17 63-38 1/20 L 59-66 1/27 87-65 1/31 L 65-79 2/10 75-49 2/14 70-68 2/24 L 57-63 2/28 3/2 3/6 L 72-84 3/7 72-66 3/23 L 66-69 3/25 89-70 L 85-94 74-59 12/8 81-42 1/2 L 64-65 1/8 74-65 1/18 L 61-68 1/22 L 55-58 1/29 83-61 2/5 69-47 2/15 L 79-89 2/22 75-60 2/26 73-54 3/1 L 75-77 3/5 3/6 3/21 78-69 74-69 89-57 L 55-57 74-61 L 41-52

73-42 76-72 68-66 L 56-62 W 78-53 W 85-71 W 66-64 L 60-62

W W W

W

Florida State Florida LSU Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Kentucky Auburn # Kentucky # Vanderbilt * Belmont * Iowa State * Purdue

FSN Sunshine FSN ESPN2 CSS CSS FSN FSN FSN FSN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2

W W W

70-65 77-54 53-51 L 57-73 W 92-51 W 81-57 W 82-72 W 62-55 W 72-40 L 56-81 W 53-36 W 76-56 L 65-78

2007-08 Season: 7-7

Georgia Tech Vanderbilt Alabama Oklahoma Kentucky LSU Florida Auburn South Carolina Tennessee # Alabama # Kentucky * Iowa * North Carolina

CSS CSS FSN ESPN2 FSN ESPN2 CSS CSS FSN ESPN2 FSN FSN ESPN ESPN2

W W

W W W W W

2008-09 Season: 5-9

Rutgers Virginia Ole Miss Florida Vanderbilt Auburn Tennessee Vanderbilt Auburn Kentucky Florida # Kentucky # Vanderbilt * Arizona State

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ESPN2 ESPNU CSS FSN FSN CSS FSN ESPN2 FSN FSN CSS FSN FSN ESPN2

W W

W W W

71-64 L 59-67 71-53 L 57-65 L 44-47 L 57-63 85-66 68-56 55-41 L 63-72 71-62 L 50-57 67-61 L 66-80 L L L L L L L

L L

34-45 60-62 54-62 45-61 66-55 67-58 43-73 64-80 59-65 61-57 84-75 82-64 61-69 47-58

Records on TV

Overall:

137-86

.614

Regular-Season:

88-56

.611

Post-Season:

49-30 .620

Home: Away: Neutral:

Non-Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: SEC: Home: Away: Neutral:

SEC Tournament: Home: Away: Neutral: NCAA Tournament: Home: Away: Neutral:

By Networks CBS: ESPN: espn2: ESPNU: *FSN South: **CSS: SunSports:

47-21 40-32 50-33

25-16 5-2 9-10 11-4 63-40 33-17 30-23 0-0

.691 .556 .602

.610 .714 .473 .733 .612 .660 .566 .000

20-13 .606 2-0 1.000 0-0 .000 18-13 .581 29-17 .630 7-1 .875 1-0 1.000 21-16 .568

3-5 20-17 16-21 0-1 52-26 22-6 8-1

.375 .541 .432 .000 .667 .786 .889

* SportsSouth and FOX SNS are the same. ** MediaOne, CSSE and CSS are the same.

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Week-by-Week AP Polls UGA’s AP Poll Numbers

◊ Georgia is ranked No. 5 in the all-time Associated Press poll, which is compiled by awarding points for a team’s finish in the final edition of the rankings each season (i.e. 25 points for being No. 1, 24 for No. 2, etc.). ◊ The Lady Bulldogs have been ranked in 429 weekly polls, a tally which ranks third nationally. ◊ Since women’s basketball came under the auspices of the NCAA with the 1981-82 season, Georgia has been ranked in 429 or 498 polls (86.1 percent), including 251 weeks (50.4 percent) in the top 10.

Results vs. Ranked by...

Opponent Rank

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No. 1 ..... 3-16 No. 2 ..... 6-11 No. 3 ..... 6-20 No. 4 ....... 6-3 No. 5 ..... 3-11 No. 6 ....... 3-7 No. 7 ....... 2-7 No. 8 ....... 3-6 No. 9 ....... 8-6 No. 10 ..... 8-3 No. 11...... 3-6 No. 12 ... 13-6 No. 13 ..... 4-3 No. 14 ... 10-2 No. 15 ... 10-6 No. 16 ..... 7-2 No. 17 ..... 5-6 No. 18 ... 11-4 No. 19 ... 10-3 No. 20 ..... 9-6 No. 21 ..... 2-1 No. 22 ..... 4-4 No. 23 ..... 5-1 No. 24 ..... 5-1 No. 25 ..... 1-1

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Georgia Rank No. 1 ....... 1-2 No. 2 ..... 11-6 No. 3 ..... 21-6 No. 4 ... 14-10 No. 5 ..... 13-7 No. 6 ..... 10-7 No. 7 ..... 11-1 No. 8 ..... 10-6 No. 9 ....... 4-4 No. 10 ..... 3-7 No. 11...... 3-5 No. 12 ... 10-7 No. 13 ..... 7-7 No. 14 ..... 5-3 No. 15 ..... 2-7 No. 16 ..... 4-3 No. 17 ... 11-8 No. 18 ..... 1-4 No. 19 ..... 2-3 No. 20 ..... 2-4 No. 21 ..... 1-2 No. 22 ..... 0-3 No. 23 ..... 0-1 No. 24 ..... 1-4 No. 25 ..... 0-1 Un ....... 11-14

1981-82

Week 11/18 11/29 12/6 12/13 12/20 12/17 1/3 1/10 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/7 2/14 2/21 2/28 3/7 3/14 3/27

Rank No. 12 No. 16 No. 14 No. 11 No. 10 No. 9 No. 11 No. 14 No. 13 No. 16 No. 15 No. 15 No. 19 No. 18 No. 18 No. 18 NR NR

1988-89

Week 11/21 11/28 12/5 12/12 12/19 12/26 1/2 1/9 1/16 1/23 1/30 2/6 2/13 2/20 2/26 3/6 3/13

Rank No. 4 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 4 No. 4 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 8 No. 10 No. 10

1982-83

Week 11/18 11/28 12/5 12/12 12/19 12/26 1/2 1/9 1/16 1/23 1/30 2/6 2/13 2/20 2/27 3/6 3/13

Rank No. 7 No. 12 No. 13 No. 11 No. 10 No. 9 No. 9 No. 8 No. 9 No. 9 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 8 No. 8

1989-90

Week 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/11 12/18 12/24 1/1 1/8 1/14 1/21 1/28 1/5 2/12 2/19 2/26 3/5 3/12

Rank No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 5 No. 7 No. 4 No. 4 No. 7 No. 7 No. 6 No. 7 No. 7

1983-84

Week 11/18 11/27 12/4 12/11 12/18 12/25 1/1 1/8 1/15 1/22 1/29 2/5 2/12 2/19 2/26 3/4 3/11

Rank No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3

1990-91

Week 11/18 11/26 12/3 12/10 12/17 12/24 12/31 1/7 1/14 1/21 1/28 2/4 2/11 2/18 2/25 3/4 3/11

Rank No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 No. 9 No. 8 No. 7 No. 5 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 4 No. 3

1984-85

Week 11/18 11/26 12/2 12/9 12/16 12/24 12/30 1/6 1/13 1/20 1/27 2/3 2/10 2/17 2/24 3/3 3/10

1991-92

Week 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/5 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 3/1 3/8 3/15

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Rank No. 1 No. 1 No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 8 No. 8

Rank No. 4 No. 8 No. 24 NR NR NR NR NR No. 25 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR No. 24 NR

1985-86

Week 11/12 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/5 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 3/2 3/9

Rank No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2

1992-93

Week 11/24 12/8 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/5 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 3/2 3/9 3/16

Rank No. 18 No. 13 No. 20 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR No. 23 No. 21

1986-87

Week 11/18 12/2 12/9 12/16 12/23 12/30 1/6 1/13 1/20 1/27 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 3/3 3/10

Rank No. 10 No. 9 No. 9 No. 9 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 10 No. 10 No. 9 No. 8 No. 6 No. 5 No. 6

1993-94

Week 11/16 11/30 12/7 12/14 12/21 12/28 1/4 1/11 1/18 1/25 2/1 2/8 2/15 2/22 3/1 3/8 3/15

Rank No. 17 No. 17 No. 21 No. 25 No. 25 No. 24 No. 25 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

1987-88

Week 11/23 11/30 12/7 12/14 12/21 12/28 1/4 1/11 1/18 1/25 2/1 2/8 2/15 2/22 2/29 3/7 3/14

Rank No. 10 No. 11 No. 12 No. 12 No. 17 No. 17 No. 13 No. 13 No. 15 No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 No. 16 No. 15 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17

1994-95

Week 11/13 11/22 11/29 12/6 12/13 12/20 12/27 1/3 1/10 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/7 2/14 2/21 2/28 3/7 3/14

Rank No. 19 No. 18 No. 17 No. 16 No. 14 No. 13 No. 12 t-No. 11 No. 8 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 12 No. 9 No. 11 No. 12 No. 12


Week-by-Week AP Polls 1995-96

Week 11/14 11/21 11/27 12/4 12/11 12/18 12/25 1/1 1/8 1/15 1/22 1/29 2/5 2/12 2/19 2/26 3/4 3/11

Rank No. 2 No. 2 No. 6 No. 12 No. 12 No. 10 No. 9 No. 9 No. 7 No. 4 No. 2 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 No. 2 No. 5 No. 5

2002-03

Week 11/5 11/18 11/25 12/2 12/9 12/16 12/23 12/30 1/6 1/13 1/20 1/27 2/3 2/10 2/17 2/24 3/3 3/11

Rank No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 14 No. 20 No. 20 No. 24 NR NR NR No. 24 No. 18 No. 17 No. 14 No. 13 No. 14 No. 17 No. 19

1996-97

Week 11/12 11/18 11/25 12/2 12/9 12/16 12/23 12/30 1/6 1/13 1/20 1/27 2/3 2/10 2/17 2/24 3/3 3/10

Rank No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 5 No. 4 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 No. 5 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 4 No. 7 No. 6

2003-04

Week 11/11 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/5 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/3 2/10 2/17 2/24 3/1 3/8 3/15

Rank No. 11 No. 10 No. 10 No. 11 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 11 No. 17 No. 19 No. 16 No. 19 No. 18 No. 19 No. 20 No. 16 No. 16

1997-98

Week 11/7 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/5 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 3/2 3/9

Rank No. 14 No. 13 No. 13 No. 10 No. 15 No. 11 No. 15 No. 17 No. 20 No. 19 No. 18 No. 17 No. 24 NR NR NR NR NR

2004-05

Week 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29 12/6 12/13 12/20 12/27 1/3 1/10 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/7 2/14 2/21 2/28 3/7 3/14

Rank No. 5 No. 5 No. 3 No. 6 No. 14 No. 16 No. 15 No. 15 No. 16 No. 18 No. 21 No. 20 No. 19 No. 18 No. 16 No. 18 No. 20 No. 20 No. 20

1998-99

Week 11/6 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7 12/14 12/21 12/28 1/4 1/11 1/18 1/25 2/1 2/8 2/15 2/22 3/1 3/8

Rank No. 7 No. 7 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 5 No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 12

2005-06

Week 11/7 11/21 11/28 12/5 12/12 12/19 12/26 1/2 1/9 1/16 1/23 1/30 2/6 2/13 2/20 2/27 3/6 3/13

Rank No. 8 No. 11 No. 17 No. 17 No. 17 No. 15 No. 17 No. 17 No. 13 No. 13 No. 15 No. 14 No. 13 No. 13 No. 13 No. 12 No. 14 No. 12

1999-2000 Week 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29 12/6 12/13 12/20 12/27 1/3 1/10 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/7 2/14 2/21 2/28 3/6 3/13

Rank No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 4 No. 4

2006-07

Week 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/11 12/18 12/25 1/1 1/8 1/15 1/22 1/29 2/5 2/12 2/19 2/26 3/5 3/12

Rank No. 9 No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 15 No. 15 No. 16 No. 14 No. 14 No. 9 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 14 No. 13

2000-01

Week 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/11 12/18 12/26 1/1 1/8 1/15 1/22 1/29 2/5 2/12 2/19 2/26 3/4 3/13

Rank No. 3 No. 6 No. 7 No. 5 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 5 No. 4 No. 6 No. 4 No. 4

2007-08

Week 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3 12/10 12/17 12/24 12/31 1/7 1/14 1/21 1/28 2/4 2/11 2/18 2/25 3/3 3/10

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Rank No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 10 No. 12 No. 17 No. 17 No. 24 NR No. 24 No. 22 No. 23 NR

2001-02

Week 11/6 11/19 11/26 12/3 12/10 12/17 12/24 12/31 1/7 1/14 1/21 1/28 2/4 2/11 2/18 2/25 3/4 3/11

Rank No. 16 No. 16 No. 13 No. 13 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 8 No. 15 No. 16 No. 17 No. 19 No. 22 No. 24 No. 23 No. 24 NR NR

2008-09

Week 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/5 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 3/1 3/9

Rank NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

Georgia vs. Ranked Teams Overall vs.

Top 25 .....148-145 Top 10 .........48-89 Top 5 ...........24-60

Home vs.

Top 25 .........71-32 Top 10 .........19-26 Top 5 .............9-18

Away vs.

Top 25 .........34-69 Top 10 .........14-34 Top 5 .............6-23

Neutral vs.

Top 25 .........43-44 Top 10 .........15-29 Top 5 .............9-19

Television vs.

Top 25 .........56-72 Top 10 .........22-47 Top 5 ...........17-38

SEC Tourney vs.

Top 25 .........18-20 Top 10 ...........8-13 Top 5 ...............3-9

Final Rankings

Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Rank No. 8 No. 3 No. 8 No. 2 No. 6 No. 17 No. 10 No. 7 No. 3 NR No. 21 NR No. 12 No. 5 No. 6 NR No. 12 No. 4 No. 4 NR No. 19 No. 16 No. 20 No. 12 No. 13 NR NR

NCAA Tourney vs.

Top 25 .........19-23 Top 10 ...........8-14 Top 5 ...............5-8

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AP Poll History

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SeaSoN 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 totalS by MoNth November December January February March April by Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Record vs. Ranked 3-13 0-0 8-9 0-0 11-9 0-0 2-10 0-0 7-16 0-1 6-19 0-0 16-12 1-1 27-10 1-2 21-9 2-6 27-7 7-5 30-3 9-3 29-5 9-4 30-2 10-2 27-5 5-5 21-10 2-8 23-7 4-4 25-5 5-3 28-4 10-4 19-11 4-5 21-13 2-5 17-11 3-5 28-5 5-5 28-5 11-3 25-6 11-5 17-11 2-5 27-7 5-4 32-4 6-4 27-6 6-5 19-11 4-7 21-10 5-6 25-10 3-6 24-10 3-5 23-9 4-8 27-7 6-6 23-10 0-5 18-14 3-8 762-324 148-145 raNkeD 11-7 24-17 43-34 34-37 35-40 0-2 raNkeD 17-11 5-6 11-13 21-20 17-13 29-30 47-49

Home 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 1-2 2-1 6-0 2-1 5-0 4-0 0-3 2-1 4-1 5-0 0-2 1-2 2-1 3-2 2-0 6-2 1-2 3-1 2-1 2-0 2-3 4-0 1-1 2-1 1-2 4-1 0-1 3-0 71-32 hoMe 2-2 5-3 28-15 26-9 9-3 0-0 hoMe 8-2 3-0 6-6 14-6 3-2 8-3 28-13

Away 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-3 1-3 1-3 3-1 4-1 0-3 0-4 1-2 0-1 3-2 2-2 0-1 1-2 0-1 6-2 4-1 1-3 0-1 1-1 1-4 2-2 1-4 0-3 0-2 2-3 0-2 0-3 0-6 34-69 aWay 1-3 10-11 15-19 6-26 2-2 0-0 aWay 3-4 2-5 4-5 4-12 2-3 9-13 10-23

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Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 4-1 2-0 4-2 1-1 1-2 2-1 1-1 1-1 2-2 2-1 1-2 0-2 2-2 3-1 1-2 0-0 2-2 3-2 3-1 0-2 0-2 2-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 0-1 0-2 43-44 NeUtral 8-2 9-3 0-0 2-2 24-35 0-2 NeUtral 5-6 0-1 1-2 3-2 12-8 12-14 9-12

Top 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-2 3-4 4-1 3-3 6-1 2-5 1-7 1-3 2-1 3-0 2-4 1-5 0-3 1-4 5-2 2-4 0-2 1-4 2-1 3-4 0-5 0-3 2-3 1-4 0-7 1-3 0-3 1-1 48-89 toP 10 1-6 7-9 16-24 9-23 15-24 0-2 toP 10 9-8 1-2 2-9 3-12 3-8 13-19 17-31

Top 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-1 1-3 0-5 1-3 1-1 2-0 2-2 1-3 0-2 1-2 4-2 1-4 0-2 0-3 1-0 1-3 0-2 0-3 2-2 1-3 0-4 0-2 0-2 1-1 24-60 toP 5 1-3 4-8 8-16 3-15 8-15 0-2 toP 5 7-7 1-2 0-7 1-9 1-6 7-12 7-17

SEC 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-4 5-4 6-2 1-2 6-1 4-3 0-5 2-3 4-3 4-1 4-4 1-4 1-4 4-5 6-2 8-1 2-4 3-3 3-2 4-3 3-6 4-5 2-4 0-4 4-5 3-4 0-3 4-5 91-98 Sec 0-0 5-2 35-32 30-38 20-23 0-1 Sec 4-6 3-1 7-9 16-17 8-7 15-20 35-37

on TV 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-0 4-3 1-2 0-2 1-1 2-1 7-1 5-3 1-2 3-2 2-2 4-3 1-5 3-4 3-5 2-5 2-8 4-5 0-4 3-8 56-72 tv 2-3 4-6 17-18 9-19 21-26 0-2 tv 9-9 1-2 1-2 5-9 8-8 8-14 25-28


Championship Teams

1981 GAIAW & NWIT Champions 1980-81 Results

RecoRd: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/19 11/22 11/25 12/6 12/10 12/12 12/13 12/17 12/20 12/29 12/31 1/5 1/9 1/10 1/12 1/15 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/26 1/29 1/30 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/12 3/26 3/27 3/28 # 1 2 3 4 5

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L

L L L L

L L

27-10 andy landeRs deboRaH miTcHell (17.6) Wanda HolloWay (10.6)

at Albany State 91-66 # Oral Roberts 103-73 Georgia Tech 91-51 UT-Chattanooga 81-79 at Arkansas 61-49 at Tulsa 97-79 at Oral Roberts 58-63 # No. 6 Tennessee (OT) 68-73 Georgia State 79-68 vs. Virginia Tech 65-50 at UT-Chattanooga 74-79 at Mercer 75-69 1 vs. Alabama 61-72 1 vs. Appalachian State 83-60 Georgia Tech 79-53 at Valdosta State 64-60 at Florida 86-66 Albany State 78-80 Georgia Southern 55-52 at Georgia State 63-66 2 vs. Ole Miss 75-68 2 vs. Alabama 66-80 2 vs. No. 7 Kentucky 73-62 at Georgia Southern 70-82 Valdosta State 104-69 Mercer 124-91 Alabama-Huntsville 100-53 Vanderbilt 94-71 at Furman 80-39 at No. 20 Auburn 58-74 3 vs. Georgia Tech 89-70 3 vs. Albany State 83-74 3 vs. Georgia Southern 85-53 4 vs. Alabama-Birmingham 70-82 5 vs. Pittsburgh 100-69 5 vs. California 80-68 5 vs. Arizona State (OT) 75-73

Home Games Played in Marietta, Ga. Clemson Invitational (Clemson, S.C.) SEC Tourney (Baton Rouge, La.) GAIAW Tourney (Atlanta, Ga.) AIAW Region III Tourney (Valdosta, Ga.) NWIT (Amarillo, Texas)

(L-R): Cheryl Autry, Lou Sims, Barbara Murray, Rhonda Malone, LeAnn Harrell, Karen Miller, Lisa Parker, Wanda Holloway, Deborah Mitchell, Denise Dunlap, Sarah Edwards, Cynthia Collins, Bernadette Locke, Sherri Dugger and Anne Williamson. No. 45 51 35 23 53 21 31 13 43 41 55 15 33 11

The 1981 edition of the Lady Bulldogs made major strides in the University of Georgia’s ascension to one of the premier programs in the nation. That season contained numerous initial milestones in the history of Lady Bulldog Basketball, including the first 20-win season, the first victory over a ranked opponent and the first-ever Georgia AIAW title. The Lady Bulldogs captured the state tournament championship just two years after being the last seed in the 1978 tourney. Georgia completed the campaign in impressive fashion by winning the 1981 NWIT title in Amarillo, Texas, where both Cynthia Collins and Wanda Holloway were tabbed NWIT All-Americans.

1980-81 Statistics (Overall: 27-10 ◊ Home: 10-2 ◊ Away: 7-5 ◊ Neutral: 10-3)

Player Deborah Mitchell Wanda Holloway Cynthia Collins Bernadette Locke LeAnn Harrell Rhonda Malone Lou Sims Barbara Murray Denise Dunlap Sarah Edwards Lisa Parker Anne Williamson Karen Miller Cheryl Autry TEAM Georgia Opponents

GP 34 37 35 37 31 37 37 10 33 11 22 18 19 25

FG-FGa 261-504 229-391 152-298 187-425 98-204 95-197 73-183 35-78 26-74 10-19 11-26 6-17 5-13 45-128

Pct. .518 .586 .510 .440 .480 .482 .398 .449 .351 .526 .423 .375 .384 .352

Ft-Fta 76-137 62-90 110-189 27-43 25-38 37-52 36-47 11-12 29-48 6-7 10-23 10-12 3-8 28-39

Pct. .555 .689 .582 .628 .658 .712 .766 .917 .604 .857 .435 .833 .375 .718

37 37

1234-2554 992-2411

.483 .411

470-748 502-757

.628 .663

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reb.-avG. 313-9.2 392-10.6 304-8.6 73-2.0 97-3.1 104-2.8 65-1.8 18-1.8 113-3.4 16-1.5 33-1.6 1-0.1 17-0.9 39-1.6 134-3.6 1717-46.4 1403-37.9

a 11 29 52 185 46 52 110 20 23 3 3 3 0 81

S 30 55 56 104 32 37 84 5 15 0 4 2 0 37

PtS.-avG. 598-17.6 522-14.1 414-11.8 401-10.8 219-7.1 227-6.1 182-4.9 81-8.1 81-2.5 26-2.4 32-1.5 22-1.2 13-0.8 118-4.7

618 421

461 —-

2938-79.4 2486-67.2 169

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Championship Teams

1983 SEC Champions & NCAA Final Four A youthful unit with a great deal of faith in itself caught fire late in the 1983 season and rode that momentum to the Final Four. After compiling just a 4-4 SEC regular-season record, the Lady Bulldogs traveled to the SEC Tourney in Knoxville as the No. 3 seed from the SEC East. There they notched victories over three top-20 teams in three days to capture Georgia’s first SEC Championship. After dispatching North Carolina and Indiana, Georgia faced Tennessee for a fourth time during the campaign. The Lady Dogs secured their second victory over UT in the post-season in the Regional Final. The Cinderella run ended when Cheryl Miller-led USC dispatched UGA en route to the NCAA title.

H I S T O R y

No. 45 43 51 5 35 31 13 11 21 23 33

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1982-83 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

(L-R): Amanda Abrams, Lou Sims, Rhonda Malone, Janet Harris, Lisa O’Connor, Wanda Holloway, Shelia Easley, Cynthia Collins, Susie Gardner, Teresa Edwards, Laura Greeson and Alisa Carrandi.

1982-83 Statistics (Record: 27-7 ◊ Home: 10-1 ◊ Away: 9-2 ◊ Neutral: 8-4)

Player Janet Harris Lisa O’Connor Wanda Holloway Teresa Edwards Cynthia Collins Lou Sims Susie Gardner Amanda Abrams Rhonda Malone Alisa Carrandi Sheila Easley TEAM Georgia Opponents

G-GS 34-34 34-32 34-14 33-31 34-22 34-8 30-0 33-26 32-5 13-0 8-0 34 34

MP-avG. 1226-36.1 1073-31.6 893-26.3 925-27.2 686-20.2 581-17.1 291-8.6 697-21.1 363-10.6 47-1.4 19-0.6

FG-FGa 299-537 184-370 169-356 189-412 49-95 49-126 48-119 43-97 41-119 5-13 1-9

Pct. .557 .497 .475 .459 .516 .389 .403 .443 .345 .385 .111

Ft-Fta 94-155 95-125 112-152 52-82 24-72 24-35 7-11 22-37 15-21 3-4 0-0

Pct. .606 .760 .737 .634 .333 .727 .636 .597 .714 .750 .000

6840 1077-2248 6840 868-1954

.479 .444

448-688 456-667

.651 .684

reb.-avG. 397-117 193-5.7 258-7.6 73-2.2 116-3.4 50-1.5 17-0.6 48-1.5 36-1.2 4-0.3 8-1.0 154-4.5 1363-40.1 1200-35.3

a to 42 113 67 84 30 65 100 79 50 48 115 53 23 38 83 79 50 26 4 2 0 0

b 21 29 22 9 6 1 0 1 5 0 3

S 61 37 52 70 53 39 11 47 19 1 1

PtS.-avG. 692-20.4 463-13.6 450-13.2 430-13.0 122-3.6 122-3.6 103-3.4 108-3.3 97-3.0 13-1.0 2-0.2

561 578 443 --

97 391 -- --

2602-76.5 2192-64.5

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11/12 11/26 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/11 12/15 12/30 12/31 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/10 1/11 1/16 1/21 1/22 1/26 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/14 2/20 2/26 2/28 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/19 3/25 3/27 4/1 1 2 3 # 4 5 6 7

L No. 3 No. 7 L No. 7 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 13 W No. 11 W No. 9 W No. 9 W No. 9 W No. 9 W No. 9 W No. 8 W No. 8 L No. 9 W No. 9 W No. 9 W No. 9 L No. 10 W No. 10 L No. 10 W No. 10 W No. 10 L No. 10 L No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 8 W No. 8 W No. 8 L No. 8 W

27-7 no. 9 andy landeRs JaneT HaRRis (20.4) JaneT HaRRis (11.7)

1 at No. 1 Connecticut 1 vs. No. 14 Rutgers 1 vs. UCLA Berry College Georgia Tech Florida at Clemson 2 vs. Minnesota 2 vs. Appalachian State at Georgia State # Kansas State Vanderbilt at Florida at Mercer No. 7 Tennessee 3 vs. East Carolina 3 at South Carolina Georgia State at No. 7 Kentucky (OT) at Eastern Kentucky at Vanderbilt at Tennessee Tech UT-Chattanooga at No. 6 Tennessee at No. 14 Auburn No. 8 Kentucky Mercer (OT) Clemson 4 vs. No. 19 LSU 4 at No. 8 Tennessee 4 vs. No. 15 Ole Miss 5 No. 18 North Carolina 6 vs. Indiana 6 vs. No. 9 Tennessee 7 vs. No. 2 Southern Cal

Crush Classic (Chicago, Ill.) Dial Soap Classic (Miami, Fla.) Nike-Carolina Classic (Columbia, S.C.) Home Game Played in Marietta, Ga. SEC Tourney (Knoxville, Tenn.) NCAA 1st Round (Athens) NCAA Mideast (South Bend, Ind.) NCAA Final Four (Norfolk, Va.).

70-99 76-61 57-75 90-67 90-56 88-66 90-65 65-61 94-32 97-42 88-67 76-70 76-60 80-66 54-74 80-61 74-72 93-55 59-66 68-54 62-63 72-61 74-60 59-73 54-58 99-81 78-66 105-64 79-78 71-65 72-69 72-70 86-70 67-63 57-81


Championship Teams

1984 SEC Champions 1983-84 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/25 11/26 12/2 12/3 12/12 12/15 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/12 1/14 1/16 1/22 1/26 1/28 1/30 2/2 2/5 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/25 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/17 3/23 3/25 1 2 3 4 5 6

W W W W W

No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 L No. 3 W No. 3 W No. 3 W No. 3 W No. 3 W No. 3 W No. 3 W No. 3 W No. 2 W No. 2 W No. 2 L No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 3 W No. 3 L No. 3

30-3 no. 3 andy landeRs JaneT HaRRis (17.8) JaneT HaRRis (8.5)

1 vs. St. John’s 1 vs. Bowling Green at Georgia Tech Dist. of Columbia at No. 4 Texas at No. 1 Southern Cal 2 vs. Oregon 2 at Portland State 2 vs. Oregon State 3 vs. Miami (Ohio) 3 vs. No. 17 Clemson No. 12 N.C. State at Kentucky Stephen F. Austin Vanderbilt Florida at No. 11 Tennessee at UT-Chattanooga Augusta College Mercer at Georgia State Kentucky at Vanderbilt No. 15 Auburn No. 10 Tennessee South Florida at Florida 4 No. 18 Auburn 4 No. 9 LSU 4 No. 12 Alabama 5 Louisville 6 vs. No. 10 Ole Miss 6 at No. 15 Tennessee

Detroit Classic (Detroit, Mich.) Giusti Tourney (Portland, Ore.) Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) SEC Tourney (Athens) NCAA 1st Round (Athens) NCAA Mideast (Knoxville, Tenn.)

83-70 99-50 89-52 102-61 67-61 74-82 89-64 64-34 89-54 93-36 78-64 86-68 69-68 106-51 87-86 86-66 59-63 75-71 107-53 78-57 114-68 87-61 90-66 84-68 84-65 87-35 63-48 102-72 84-77 74-65 112-69 73-63 61-73

(L-R): Jo Beth Weaver, Amanda Abrams, Laura Greeson, Teresa Edwards, Sheila Easley, Janet Harris, Barbara Bootz, Katrina McClain, Wanda Holloway, Lisa O’Connor, Rhonda Malone, Susie Gardner, Lou Sims and DeeDee Frasier. No. 45 5 51 32 43 23 21 53 11 13 15 33

The 1983-84 Lady Dogs produced the first 30-win season in the history of Georgia Basketball and spent the entire campaign ranked among the nation’s top-four teams. Georgia secured its second straight SEC Championship on its home floor at the then-Georgia Coliseum in Athens in extremely dramatic fashion. After cruising past No. 18 Auburn in the SEC quarterfinals, the Lady Dogs had to rally from a 16-point second half deficit to top No. 9 LSU in the semifinals. Georgia broke open a tight title game with Alabama early in the half and withstood every Crimson Tide rally. Teresa Edwards, Janet Harris and Wanda Holloway all earned alltourney honors.

1983-84 Statistics (Overall: 30-3 ◊ Home: 15-0 ◊ Away: 6-3 ◊ Neutral:9-0)

Player Janet Harris Teresa Edwards Wanda Holloway Katrina McClain Lisa O’Connor Susie Gardner Rhonda Malone Barbara Bootz Amanda Abrams DeeDee Frasier Jo Beth Weaver Sheila Easley TEAM Georgia Opponents

G-GS 33-32 33-33 33-31 33-8 33-29 32-2 33-31 32-0 29-1 19-0 12-0 8-0 33 33

MP-avG. 995-30.2 947-28.7 791-23.9 675-20.4 949-28.8 550-17.2 746-22.6 357-11.2 299-10.3 132-6.9 70-2.5 46-5.8

FG-FGa 249-472 207-395 151-255 137-197 127-285 105-212 96-195 65-142 25-47 10-33 8-30 8-19

Pct. .528 .524 .592 .695 .446 .495 .492 .458 .532 .303 .267 .421

Ft-Fta 88-126 51-65 55-76 66-95 56-76 24-41 18-22 20-30 10-21 18-25 7-9 5-10

Pct. .698 .785 .724 .695 .737 .585 .818 .667 .476 .720 .778 .500

1188-2284 782-1919

.520 .408

419-599 477-736

.699 .648

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reb.-avG. 279-8.5 81-2.5 230-7.0 254-7.7 168-5.1 33-1.0 43-1.3 15-2.3 32-1.1 13-0.7 5-0.4 19-2.4 138-4.2 1379-41.8 1151-34.9

a to 69 84 189 116 41 62 27 48 93 76 53 45 102 67 13 32 39 45 15 16 8 8 3 5

b 18 14 24 43 13 0 3 53 0 0 0 0

S 68 81 36 46 54 27 47 21 25 7 2 4

PtS.-avG. 586-17.8 465-14.1 357-10.8 340-10.3 310-9.4 234-7.3 210-6.4 150-4.7 60-2.1 38-2.0 23-1.9 21-2.6

657 606 168 353 454 --- --

2795-85.0 2041-61.8

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1985 NCAA Runner-up The 1985 Lady Bulldogs fell one win shy of claiming the program’s first national title. Georgia rolled through its first four NCAA foes – Tennessee Tech in Athens; No. 18 UCLA and top-seeded Long Beach State at the Regional at Pauley Pavilion; and Western Kentucky in the NCAA semis – by more than 20 points per game. Georgia then opened up a 31-22 lead over Old Dominion in the NCAA final before the Monarchs trimmed that edge to one point at halftime. The first 10 minutes of the second half featured a dozen lead changes before fouls began to mount on UGA. Teresa Edwards fouled out with 8:10 left and Katrina McClain followed at the 5:34 mark and ODU went on a run 15-9 thereafter.

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No. 45 5 32 43 53 23 20 33 11 41 13

172

1984-85 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

(L-R): Amanda Abrams, Traci Waites, Susie Gardner, Traci Inman, Lisa O’Connor, Katrina McClain, Barbara Bootz, Janet Harris, Regan Acosta, Teresa Edwards, Jo Beth Weaver and DeeDee Frasier.

1984-85 Statistics (Overall: 29-5 ◊ Home: 12-1 ◊ Away: 13-2 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

Player Janet Harris Teresa Edwards Katrina McClain Lisa O’Connor Barbara Bootz Susie Gardner Traci Waites Traci Inman Amanda Abrams Regan Acosta DeeDee Frasier TEAM Georgia Opponents

G-GS 34-33 30-29 29-21 34-34 34-16 32-10 33-14 22-0 33-16 20-0 5-0 34 34

MP-avG. 1195-35.1 1020-34.0 801-27.6 1143-33.6 546-16.1 563-17.6 663-20.1 170-7.7 496-15.0 185-9.3 43-8.6

FG-FGa 298-503 203-385 164-262 153-303 100-209 104-199 95-212 19-61 26-51 9-15 2-9

Pct. .592 .527 .626 .505 .478 .523 .448 .311 .510 .600 .222

Ft-Fta 104-147 58-79 70-105 66-78 43-55 17-22 37-63 16-26 21-28 10-24 4-6

Pct. .707 .734 .667 .846 .782 .773 .587 .615 .750 .417 .667

6820 1173-2209 6820 905-2173

.531 .416

446-633 397-591

.705 .672

reb.-avG. 351-10.3 84-2.8 234-8.1 174-5.1 113-3.3 35-1.1 62-1.9 34-1.5 36-1.1 29-1.5 4-0.8 153-4.5 1273-37.4 1290-37.9

a to 74 95 188 106 30 66 115 67 27 53 67 46 90 76 6 7 69 55 3 18 7 6

S 74 100 44 62 15 40 47 2 44 6 3

PtS.-avG. 700-20.6 464-15.5 398-13.7 372-10.9 243-7.1 225-7.0 227-6.9 54-2.5 73-2.2 28-1.4 8-1.6

676 595 154 410 426 797 59 265

2792-82.1 2204-64.8

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b 8 13 87 6 33 0 1 5 0 1 0

11/21 11/23 11/26 11/29 12/2 12/9 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/15 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/3 1/6 1/12 1/14 1/17 1/19 1/21 1/27 1/29 2/2 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/28 3/3 3/16 3/21 3/23 3/29 3/31 1 2 3 4 5 6

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L

L

L

L

L

No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8

29-5 no. 8 andy landeRs JaneT HaRRis (20.6) JaneT HaRRis (10.3)

at Middle Tennessee 84-73 at Tennessee State 86-69 No. 3 Texas 69-83 at Georgia Tech 100-69 UT-Chattanooga 91-61 No. 15 Tennessee 78-72 Georgia Southern 76-56 at Western Ky. (OT) 67-72 1 vs. No. 16 Texas Tech 80-68 1 at No. 18 Missouri 70-67 2 vs. No. 14 Rutgers 80-62 2 at No. 9 Ohio State 58-57 vs. Cincinnati 89-61 vs. Xavier (Ohio) 106-38 No. 6 Southern Cal 77-56 at Florida 88-73 at Mercer 94-78 at Georgia Southern 86-59 Florida 67-56 Florida A&M 85-50 at Vanderbilt 83-67 at No. 17 Kentucky 57-61 at Tennessee 72-56 Tennessee State 102-55 Vanderbilt 95-71 Georgia State 99-57 Kentucky 87-65 3 Vanderbilt 79-67 3 vs. No. 9 Auburn 65-80 4 Tennessee Tech 91-74 5 at No. 18 UCLA 78-42 5 vs. No. 3 Long Beach St. 97-82 6 vs. No. 14 Western Ky. 91-78 6 vs. No. 5 Old Dominion 65-70

Mid-America Classic (Columbia, Mo.) Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) SEC Tourney (Athens & Oxford, Miss.) NCAA 1st Round (Athens) NCAA West (Los Angeles, Calif.) NCAA Final Four (Austin, Texas)


Championship Teams

1986 SEC Champions 1985-86 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/22 11/23 11/25 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/11 12/14 12/16 12/27 12/28 12/31 93-68 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/18 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/17 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/15 3/20 1 # 2 3 4 5

W W W W W W W W W W

30-2 no. 2 no . 4 andy landeRs kaTRina mcclain (21.3) kaTRina mcclain (10.1)

No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 L No. 2 W No. 3

1 vs. Central Michigan 97-55 1 at Tennessee Tech 79-64 at Clemson 87-68 at No. 15 N.C. State 92-67 Middle Tennessee 108-58 Georgia Tech 93-58 Georgia Southern 97-67 # Cincinnati 98-47 at Florida A&M 90-62 2 vs. No. 18 N. Carolina 87-70 2 at No. 3 Southern Cal 67-70 at No. 4 Long Beach State

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

at UT-Chattanooga at Georgia Southern at Vanderbilt at No. 9 Auburn South Carolina at No. 9 Ole Miss No. 11 Tennessee No. 12 LSU at Alabama Mississippi State No. 4 Western Ky. Mercer at Florida at South Florida Kentucky 3 Alabama 3 No. 10 Ole Miss 3 No. 9 LSU 4 Illinois 5 vs. No. 15 Tennessee

No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 L No. 2

TTU Classic (Cookeville, Tenn.) Home Game Played in Marietta, Ga. TransAmerica Classic (Los Angeles) SEC Tourney (Athens) NCAA 1st (Athens) NCAA Mideast (Iowa City, Iowa)

83-67 97-47 68-61 95-61 93-70 70-69 84-74 90-66 73-69 87-47 93-61 105-54 83-47 90-47 113-67 88-71 76-68 94-72 103-64 82-85

Seated (L-R): Rhonda Mikes, Traci Waites, Teresa Edwards, Susie Gardner, Carla Green and DeeDee Frasier. Standing: Anne Smith, Traci Inman, Lisa O’Connor, Katie Abrahamson, Barbara Bootz, Chris Toscas, Katrina McClain and Regan Acosta. No. 32 5 43 20 15 53 23 42 51 14 25 13 33 41

The most successful Georgia team from a rankings standpoint was the 1986 Lady Bulldogs, who spent the entire season ranked either No. 2 or No. 3 in the nation. Georgia sported an impressive 26.0-point average margin of victory, including an even more impressive 19.8-point advantage in its 10 victories over ranked foes throughout the campaign. That season also capped the careers of the most successful senior class in UGA history. Teresa Edwards, Lisa O’Connor and Susie Gardner, who helped lead Georgia to a combined 116-7 record (.943), three SEC Championships (1983, 1984 and 1986), two Final Fours (1983, 1985) and national runner-up finish (1985).

1985-86 Statistics (Overall: 30-2 ◊ Home: 15-0 ◊ Away: 13-1 ◊ Neutral: 2-1)

Player Katrina McClain Teresa Edwards Lisa O’Connor Traci Waites Rhonda Mikes Barbara Bootz Susie Gardner Katie Abrahamson Chris Toscas Carla Green Anne Smith DeeDee Frasier Traci Inman Regan Acosta TEAM Georgia Opponents

G-GS 31-30 32-32 31-31 31-31 31-18 29-13 30-0 32-5 24-0 26-0 25-0 15-0 21-0 23-0 32 32

MP-avG. 854-27.5 1022-31.9 958-30.9 842-27.2 603-19.5 438-15.1 331-11.0 570-17.8 126-5.3 207-7.9 124-4.9 90-6.0 83-3.9 152-6.6

FG-FGa 262-369 274-491 140-291 114-227 112-211 72-142 61-118 66-138 25-41 21-55 19-29 10-21 10-20 7-15

Pct. .662 .558 .481 .502 .531 .507 .517 .478 .609 .382 .655 .476 .500 .467

Ft-Fta 137-176 82-104 84-114 24-30 24-39 18-28 26-34 19-26 11-17 21-29 7-11 3-4 4-10 9-20

Pct. .778 .788 .737 .800 .615 .643 .765 .731 .647 .724 .636 .750 .400 .450

6400 1193-2195 6400 825-2032

.544 .406

469-642 370-600

.731 .617

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reb.-avG. 314-10.1 146-4.6 193-6.2 112-3.6 63-2.0 104-3.6 29-0.9 91-2.8 33-1.4 29-1.1 23-0.9 4-0.3 18-0.9 21-0.9 140-4.3 1284-40.1 1198-37.4

a to 37 59 176 96 72 65 160 79 73 39 33 36 34 17 35 45 3 10 29 36 10 13 11 5 4 12 1 4

b 87 12 6 5 0 36 0 5 4 0 0 1 0 0

S 54 91 30 55 46 25 27 9 5 15 5 2 2 3

PtS.-avG. 661-21.3 630-19.7 364-11.7 252-8.1 248-8.0 162-5.6 148-4.9 151-4.7 61-2.5 63-2.4 45-1.8 23-1.5 24-1.1 23-1.0

678 516 156 369 410 695 50 205

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1991 SEC Champions Georgia’s 1991 Lady Bulldogs raced through the SEC to a perfect 8-0 record in league play to set up a monumental date with Auburn for the conference title. Before what was then a Georgia Coliseum-record crowd of 9,011, the Lady Dogs completed their undefeated run through the SEC with a 70-66 win over the 1989 and 1990 NCAA runner-up. Camille Lowe poured in a gamehigh 26 points and Tammye Jenkins chipped in a double-double of 13 points and 11 rebounds as the Lady Dogs secured their fourth SEC title in a nine-year span. Lowe and Stacey Ford earned All-SEC recognition, while Andy Landers was tabbed as the SEC Coach of the Year.

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No. 14 53 23 55 35 15 21 30 25 40 12 20 44

174

1990-91 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Seated (L-R): Adrienne Shuler, Kim Berry, Lady Hardmon, Camille Lowe, Deborah Reese and Vicky Jones. Standing: Kenya Robinson, Sharla Smith, Stacey Ford, Tammye Jenkins, Deborah Carter and Nancy Anderson.

1990-91 Statistics (Overall: 28-4 ◊ Home: 15-0 ◊ Away: 9-2 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

Player Camille Lowe Stacey Ford Lady Hardmon Tammye Jenkins Deborah Carter Jessica Barr Vicky Jones Adrienne Shuler Kim Berry Deborah Reese Kenya Robinson Sharla Smith Nancy Anderson TEAM Georgia Opponents

G-GS 32-31 30-26 32-30 28-23 32-14 1-0 32-1 32-31 27-3 26-0 27-1 9-0 9-0

32 32

MP-avG. 893-27.9 839-28.0 997-31.2 715-25.5 684-21.4 20-20 514-16.1 810-25.3 270-10.0 224-8.6 368-13.6 27-3.0 39-4.3

FG-FGa 183-354 181-328 158-338 129-270 109-208 2-8 111-257 89-185 36-103 29-58 25-70 2-5 1-6

Pct. 3FG-FGa Pct. .517 52-107 .486 .552 0-0 .000 .468 0-2 .000 .478 0-0 .000 .524 2-7 .286 .250 0-0 .000 .432 0-0 .000 .481 2-11 .182 .350 36-92 .391 .500 0-1 .000 .357 0-1 .000 .400 0-0 .000 .167 0-0 .000

6480 1055-2190 .482 6480 760-1917 .397

92-221 .416 76-236 .322

Ft-Fta 66-81 68-101 97-150 71-117 70-95 5-6 29-45 67-80 22-31 16-27 16-35 6-10 1-4

Pct. .815 .673 .647 .607 .737 .833 .645 .838 .710 .593 .457 .600 .250

534-782 .683 484-677 .715

reb.-avG. a to b S PtS.-avG. 116-3.6 71 45 9 37 484-15.1 204-6.8 19 85 17 36 430-14.3 140-4.4 96 100 1 61 413-12.9 208-7.4 35 49 52 34 329-11.8 178-5.6 25 45 9 25 290-9.1 6-6 2 2 0 3 9-9 84-2.6 16 39 8 37 251-7.8 106-3.3 204 98 0 103 247-7.7 16-.6 20 17 1 24 130-4.8 71-2.7 5 11 15 11 74-2.9 56-2.1 88 68 7 37 66-2.4 4-0.5 0 0 0 0 10-1.1 6-0.7 1 1 0 0 3-0.3 153-4.7 1348-42.1 582 560 119 408 2736-85.5 1225-38.3 354 777 75 242 2080-65.0

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11/28 12/1 12/8 12/11 12/13 12/15 12/21 12/22 12/28 12/30 1/5 1/7 1/9 1/12 1/14 1/16 1/19 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/25 3/1 3/2 3/16 3/21 3/23 1 2 3 4 5 6

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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L L

No. 4 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 6 No. 6 No. 9 No. 8 No. 8 No. 8 No. 7 No. 7 No. 7 No. 5 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3

28-4 no. 3 no . 6 andy landeRs camille loWe (15.1) Tammye Jenkins (7.4)

Northeast Louisiana 109-70 Loyola-Chicago 107-61 at Middle Tennessee 80-62 at South Carolina 74-56 at Cincinnati 99-38 at Ohio State 91-60 1 vs. No. 8 N’western (OT) 93-83 1 at No. 12 Stanford 79-82 2 vs. Maryland 91-73 2 vs. No. 17 Rutgers 57-58 3 at No. 15 Iowa 62-51 Georgia State 77-45 S.C. State 100-54 Florida 89-68 UNC-Charlotte 81-56 DePaul 90-67 No. 14 Ole Miss 77-64 Vanderbilt 57-53 at No. 3 Tennessee 81-74 No. 22 Florida State 91-71 at Kentucky 87-71 No. 19 Clemson 96-59 at No. 13 LSU (OT) 108-102 at Mississippi State 90-59 Alabama 83-47 No. 5 Auburn 70-66 South Alabama 125-64 4 vs. Alabama 78-69 4 vs. No. 12 LSU 74-83 5 No. 17 UNLV 86-62 6 vs. No. 18 Long Beach St. 87-77 6 vs. No. 11 Stanford 67-75

Cardinal Classic (Stanford, Calif.) Bell Atlantic Holiday Classic (New Brunswick, N.J.) Big Ten-SEC Challenge (Iowa City, Iowa) SEC Tourney (Albany, Ga.) NCAA 1st Round (Athens) NCAA West (Las Vegas, Nev.)


Championship Teams

1995 NCAA Final Four 1994-95 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/25 11/27 12/7 12/12 12/13 12/17 12/19 12/28 12/30 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/23 1/29 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/19 2/21 2/25 3/4 3/5 3/17 3/19 3/23 3/25 4/1 1 2 3 4 5

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L L

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No. 18 No. 18 No. 16 No. 16 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 12 No. 12 No. 11 No. 11 No. 8 No. 8 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 11 No. 10 No. 10 No. 10 No. 12 No. 12 No. 9 No. 9 No. 11 No. 11 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12 No. 12

28-5 no. 12 no . 4 andy landeRs la’kesHia FReTT (15.9) TRacy HendeRson (7.6)

Ohio State at Middle Tennessee Rutgers 1 at Georgia State 1 vs. Georgia Tech at LSU at Bowling Green at Rutgers at Manhattan at Tennessee Tech No. 24 Arkansas Marquette No. 10 Vanderbilt No. 14 Alabama at Kentucky UNC Asheville at South Carolina S.C. State at Mississippi State No. 18 Florida No. 14 Ole Miss (OT) at Texas New Mexico State Auburn Charleston Southern at No. 2 Tennessee 2 vs. No. 18 Florida 2 vs. No. 7 Vanderbilt 3 Indiana 3 Louisville 4 vs. N.C. State 4 vs. No. 2 Colorado 5 vs. No. 3 Tennessee

ISES Southern Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.) SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.) NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) NCAA Midwest (Des Moines, Iowa) NCAA Final Four (Minneapolis, Minn.)

79-70 95-71 105-70 92-37 113-81 84-68 82-63 92-74 94-52 82-64 72-67 104-60 52-65 91-67 68-57 102-31 80-58 90-45 69-66 46-59 80-77 80-75 80-53 78-56 91-33 61-83 88-71 56-82 81-64 81-68 98-79 82-79 51-73

Seated (L-R): Rachel Powell, Latrese Bush, Kim Thompson, Saudia Roundtree, Kedra Holland and Stephanie Wheeler. Standing: Brandi Decker, Tracy Henderson, Dorothy Sanders, Tiffany Walker, La’Keshia Frett and Tracy Walls. No. 00 33 10 25 41 11 13 30 22 42 50 24

Fueled by a mix of six sophomores and the 1994 National Junior College Player of the Year, the 1995 Lady Bulldogs upped their intensity in the post-season to earn a Final Four bid. Georgia spent the year ranked between No. 18 and No. 8 before earning the No. 3 seed for the Midwest Regional. Georgia’s thrilling “Elite Eight” win over No. 2 Colorado delivered the Lady Dogs to the Final Four. Kedra Holland scored 11 of her 15 points during the final 3:30 of the matchup to amazingly turn a seven-point deficit into an 82-79 victory. Georgia then became the “home” team for the Final Four in Minneapolis, the hometown of Georgia sophomores Brandi Decker and Tracy Henderson.

1994-95 Statistics (Overall: 28-5 ◊ Home: 13-2 ◊ Away: 11-1 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

Player La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson Saudia Roundtree Kedra Holland Tiffany Walker Rachel Powell Dorothy Sanders Latrese Bush Kim Thompson Brandi Decker Tracy Walls Stephanie Wheeler TEAM Georgia Opponents

G-GS MP-avG. 33-33 1043-31.6 33-33 875-26.5 33-32 950-28.8 33-22 868-26.3 33-28 725-22.0 33-12 744-22.6 27-0 231-8.6 30-0 231-7.7 23-0 202-8.8 33-5 496-15.0 26-0 218-8.4 11-0 42-3.8 33-33 33-33

FG-FGa 203-421 219-399 185-442 149-362 86-142 64-171 27-59 30-77 22-53 31-107 19-53 8-18

Pct. 3FG-FGa Pct. .482 1-7 .143 .549 0-0 .000 .419 12-46 .261 .412 75-208 .361 .606 0-0 .000 .374 53-138 .384 .458 0-0 .000 .390 9-19 .474 .415 0-0 .000 .290 4-29 .138 .359 0-0 .000 .445 0-3 .000

6620 1043-2304 .453 6620 743-1997 .372

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154-450 .342 132-483 .273

Ft-Fta 116-155 72-125 105-150 40-58 51-77 19-26 16-25 8-13 9-12 10-20 10-23 3-8

Pct. .748 .576 .700 .690 .662 .731 .640 .615 .750 .500 .435 .375

459-692 .663 500-762 .656

reb.-avG. 199-6.0 252-7.6 155-4.7 28-3.9 215-6.5 59-1.8 62-2.3 25-0.8 24-1.0 147-4.5 49-1.9 10-0.9 166-5.0 1491-45.2 1333-40.4

a to 100 83 13 67 226 111 61 60 28 49 92 54 6 13 17 26 30 17 12 45 5 13 4 3

b 24 83 4 10 7 2 16 0 0 22 1 0

S PtS.-avG. 45 523-15.9 38 510-15.5 63 487-14.8 78 413-12. 41 223-6.8 17 200-6.1 2 70-2.6 13 77-2.6 25 53-2.3 21 76-2.3 14 48-1.9 3 19-1.7

594 541 169 360 2699-81.8 406 726 62 262 2118-64.2

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1996 SEC Champions & NCAA Runner-up The 1996 Lady Bulldogs became the first Georgia team to win an SEC regular-season title and advance to the NCAA Final Four. Georgia – and eventual National Player of the Year Saudia Roundtree – took the nation by storm in January, defeating Tennessee and Connecticut in a one-week span to vault to a No. 1 national ranking. Despite being one of only two teams to be ranked No. 1 during the campaign, the Lady Dogs were seeded No. 2 in the Midwest Regional behind Louisiana Tech, the only other team to be No. 1. Georgia topped the Lady Techsters by 14 and then led Stanford by as many as 17 late in the second half of the NCAA semis but then fell short of the national title.

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1995-96 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Seated (L-R): Kim Thompson, Latrese Bush, Kedra Holland, Rachel Powell, Kendi Taylor and Pam Irwin. Standing: Saudia Roundtree, Brandi Decker, Tracy Henderson, Signe Antvorskov, La’Keshia Frett, Tiffany Walker and Tracy Walls.

1995-96 Statistics (Overall: 28-5 ◊ Home: 12-0 ◊ Away: 9-3 ◊ Neutral: 7-2)

Player Saudia Roundtree La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson Kedra Holland Pam Irwin Rachel Powell Latrese Bush Tiffany Walker Signe Antvorskov Kim Thompson Brandi Decker Tracy Walls Kendi Taylor TEAM Georgia Opponents

G-GS MP-avG. 33-33 1016-30.8 33-33 980-29.7 33-33 796-24.1 33-26 872-26.4 33-0 614-18.6 33-33 676-20.5 32-6 526-16.4 9-1 91-10.1 33-0 374-11.3 15-0 135-9.0 32-0 316-9.9 20-0 145-7.3 14-0 59-4.2 33 33

FG-FGa 197-486 195-374 208-359 137-300 91-199 49-114 60-154 13-21 46-80 18-50 21-63 13-29 3-19

Pct. 3FG-FGa Pct. .405 27-80 .338 .521 1-2 .500 .579 0-0 .000 .457 63-155 .407 .457 26-89 .292 .430 38-96 .396 .390 11-46 .239 .619 0-0 .000 .575 0-0 .000 .360 0-2 .000 .333 10-32 .313 .448 0-0 .000 .158 3-11 .273

6600 1051-2248 .468 6600 789-2005 .394

179-513 .349 123-421 .292

Ft-Fta 130-174 90-107 50-79 36-47 27-37 19-27 17-29 11-17 40-61 5-10 17-26 9-16 2-3

Pct. .747 .841 .633 .766 .730 .704 .586 .647 .656 .500 .654 .563 .667

453-633 .716 492-729 .675

reb.-avG. a to b S PtS.-avG. 184-5.6 195 117 1 76 551-16.7 288-8.7 65 80 32 63 481-14.6 211-6.4 22 65 72 26 373-11.3 109-3.3 87 48 8 70 373-11.3 80-2.4 47 61 4 35 235-7.1 43-1.3 92 64 3 25 155-4.7 52-1.6 25 32 2 42 148-4.6 20-2.2 1 10 0 5 37-4.1 101-3.1 11 28 6 13 132-4.0 17-1.1 31 7 0 2 41-2.7 71-2.2 16 34 13 6 69-2.2 37-1.9 10 13 7 12 35-1.8 11-0.8 2 4 0 1 11-0.8 141-4.3 1365-41.4 604 148 394 2734-82.9 1314-39.8 399 63 219 2193-66.5

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11/25 11/26 11/28 12/2 12/8 12/15 12/17 12/19 12/20 12/21 1/4 1/6 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/20 1/25 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/24 3/1 3/15 3/17 3/23 3/25 3/29 3/31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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No. 2 L No. 2 W No. 6 L No. 6 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 12 W No. 10 W No. 10 W No. 10 W No. 9 W No. 9 W No. 7 W No. 7 W No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 2 W No. 2 W No. 1 W No. 1 W No. 1 W No. 1 W No. 1 L No. 1 W No. 2 W No. 2 L No. 2 W No. 5 W No. 5 W No. 5 W No. 5 W No. 5 L No. 5

28-5 no. 5 no . 2 andy landeRs saudia RoundTRee (16.7) la’kesHia FReTT (8.7)

1 vs. SMU 95-65 1 at Old Dominion 64-67 Georgia Southern 98-49 at No. 5 Virginia 65-94 at New Mexico State 75-67 Bowling Green 104-64 at No. 18 Alabama 89-83 2 vs. S.C. State 93-32 2 vs. No. 11 Iowa 79-52 2 vs. Nebraska 86-70 LSU 76-61 UNC Asheville 101-36 No. 3 Tennessee 77-71 at No. 24 Auburn 79-71 at No. 3 Connecticut 75-67 at No. 10 Penn State 79-78 at No. 20 Florida 72-61 Mississippi State 97-62 Texas 93-68 3 vs. North Carolina 80-75 at No. 17 Ole Miss 90-85 South Carolina 79-61 Kentucky 75-55 at No. 13 Vanderbilt 66-71 No. 19 Florida 89-81 at Arkansas 87-54 4 vs. LSU 71-73 5 St. Francis (Pa.) 98-66 5 Oklahoma State 83-55 6 at Stephen F. Austin 78-64 6 vs. No. 1 Louisiana Tech 90-76 7 vs. No. 2 Stanford 86-76 7 vs. No. 4 Tennessee 65-83

Dial Classic (Norfolk, Va.) Carolinas Beach Classic (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) Naismith Classic (Charlotte, N.C.) SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.) NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) NCAA Midwest (Nacogdoches, Texas) NCAA Final Four (Charlotte, N.C.)


Championship Teams

1997 SEC Champions 1996-97 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR: 11/25 12/1 12/4 12/8 12/10 12/13 12/19 12/20 12/21 12/27 12/28 1/5 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/20 1/24 1/27 1/29 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/19 2/23 3/1 3/14 3/16 3/22 3/24 1 2 3 4 5 6

L No. 2 No. 2 No. 5 No. 5 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 L No. 4 W No. 4 W No. 5 W No. 5 L No. 4 W No. 4 L No. 5 W No. 5 W No. 7 W No. 7 W No. 7 W No. 6 W No. 6 W No. 6 W No. 6 W No. 5 W No. 5 L No. 4 W No. 6 W No. 6 W No. 6 L No. 6 W W W W W W W W

25-6 no. 6 no . 7 andy landeRs kedRa Holland-coRn (17.2) la’kesHia FReTT (6.7)

at No. 24 Clemson at Middle Tennessee No. 12 Virginia at No. 4 Tennessee (OT) Wingate 1 at No. 19 Wisconsin 2 vs. Weber State 2 vs. Toledo 2 vs. Oregon 3 vs. No. 5 Louisiana Tech 3 at UNLV No. 22 Penn State No. 18 Auburn No. 5 Alabama Ole Miss No. 1 Connecticut at Mississippi State Georgia State No. 13 Florida at South Carolina UNC Asheville at Kentucky at No. 13 LSU No. 12 Vanderbilt at No. 10 Florida No. 20 Arkansas 4 vs. Auburn 5 Eastern Kentucky 5 Arizona 6 vs. No. 20 Vanderbilt 6 vs. No. 3 Stanford

Big Ten-SEC Challenge (Madison, Wis.) Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska) UNLV Shootout (Las Vegas, Nev.) SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.) NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) NCAA West (Missoula, Mont.)

78-83 89-70 77-56 94-93 96-38 74-67 72-44 85-52 72-55 69-71 87-41 62-56 82-55 64-68 78-56 65-97 68-65 95-65 86-73 78-35 83-44 80-62 76-65 71-45 66-64 79-63 47-75 91-55 80-74 66-52 47-82

Seated (L-R): Tocshia Campfield, Pam Irwin, Latrese Bush, Rachel Powell, Kedra HollandCorn and Kiesha Brown. Standing: Dianna Lott, Tiffany Walker, Tracy Henderson, Angie Ball, Signe Antvorskov, La’Keshia Frett and Brandi Decker. No. 25 00 33 3 22 11 41 42 30 15 52 20 23

Seniors Brandi Decker, La’Keshia Frett, Tracy Henderson, Kedra Holland-Corn, Rachel Powell and Tiffany Walker – the most celebrated recruiting class in the history of women’s basketball – capped their collegiate careers in fine fashion. They led Georgia to its second straight SEC title with an impressive 11-1 record in league play. Georgia won a thrilling 94-93 OT decision over Tennessee in Knoxville in December in a rematch of the previous season’s national title game and then won its last nine SEC games en route to edging Alabama for the league title. The Lady Bulldogs’ quest for a national title ended with a loss to topseeded and No. 3-ranked Stanford in the “Elite Eight”.

1996-97 Statistics (Overall: 25-6 ◊ Home: 12-2 ◊ Away: 9-1 ◊ Neutral: 4-3)

Player Kedra Holland-Corn La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson Pam Irwin Kiesha Brown Rachel Powell Tiffany Walker Brandi Decker Latrese Bush Signe Antvorskov Dianna Lott Tocshia Campfield Angie Ball Team Georgia Opponents

G-GS 31-30 28-25 28-26 30-4 8-5 31-25 30-26 31-4 27-3 31-5 20-0 15-1 15-1 31-31 31-31

MP-avG. 951-30.7 866-30.9 734-26.2 662-22.1 176-22.0 810-26.1 552-18.4 466-15.0 331-12.3 320-10.3 146-7.3 85-5.7 126-8.4

FG-FGa 187-399 191-396 182-333 78-202 19-41 48-121 50-96 34-100 35-119 34-64 15-39 9-30 5-21

Pct. 3FG-FGa Pct. .469 77-204 .378 .482 1-1 1.000 .547 0-1 .000 .386 30-101 .297 .463 1-9 .111 .397 37-93 .398 .521 0-0 .000 .340 19-59 .322 .294 2-20 .100 .531 0-0 .000 .385 0-0 .000 .300 0-1 .000 .238 0-0 .000

6220 887-1961 .452 6220 705-1829 .386

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167-489 .342 133-446 .298

Ft-Fta 83-108 70-90 75-108 49-52 13-19 20-28 29-52 15-23 16-25 28-49 8-16 6-10 5-8

Pct. .769 .778 .694 .942 .684 .714 .558 .652 .640 .571 .500 .600 .625 156 417-588 .709 369-573 .644

reb.-avG. a to 124-4.0 117 93 187-6.7 81 75 186-6.6 28 64 66-2.2 45 55 20-2.5 36 17 51-1.7 131 73 143-4.8 22 43 110-3.6 31 37 43-1.6 23 24 84-2.7 4 29 43-2.2 1 16 23-1.5 7 9 25-1.7 3 13

b S PtS.-avG. 4 116 534-17.2 16 47 453-16.2 53 29 439-15.7 2 26 235-7.8 1 10 52-6.5 2 28 153-4.9 2 27 129-4.3 20 6 103-3.3 1 31 88-3.3 8 10 96-3.1 9 7 38-1.9 2 3 24-1.6 2 6 15-1.0

1261-40.7 529 548 122 346 2358-76.1 1165-37.6 380 674 85 222 1912-61.7 177

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1999 NCAA Final Four The accomplishments of the 1999 Lady Dogs – with just one senior in their ranks – would have to rank as the most startling in UGA annals. Georgia was enjoying a very solid season in late January when they inexplicably lost four of five games and fell from No. 4 to No. 14 in the national polls. The Lady Dogs quickly reemerged and reached the SEC Tourney final, where they led Tennessee by nine late in the first half. After upsetting second-seeded Clemson in the Midwest Regional semifinals, Kelly Miller exploded in the “Elite Eight” matchup with Iowa State, scoring 18 in the first 12:40 of the game as Georgia built a 31-20 lead and would never be challenged.

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No. 23 35 40 34 3 14 33 11 31 54

178

1998-99 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Seated (L-R): Camille Murphy, Pam Irwin-Osbolt, Kiesha Brown and Deana “Tweety” Nolan. Standing: Coco Miller, Shavonda Willis, Elena Vishniakova, Tawana McDonald, Angie Ball and Kelly Miller.

1998-99 Statistics (Overall: 27-7 ◊ Home: 12-2 ◊ Away: 8-3 ◊ Neutral: 7-2)

Player Kelly Miller Coco Miller Tawana McDonald Elena Vishniakova Pam Irwin-Osbolt Deana Nolan Angie Ball Kiesha Brown Camille Murphy Shavonda Willis Team Georgia Opponents

G-GS MP-avG. 34-34 1119-32.9 34-33 1046-30.8 27-25 620-23.0 34-15 767-22.6 34-15 723-21.3 26-10 543-20.9 33-24 746-22.6 34-7 727-21.4 30-7 347-11.6 26-0 162-6.2 34 34

FG-FGa 219-477 263-536 96-195 91-195 88-20 73-175 95-191 65-167 37-105 16-45

Pct. 3FG-FGa Pct. .459 54-123 .439 .491 32-82 .390 .492 0-0 .000 .467 0-15 .000 .440 37-105 .352 .417 5-32 .156 .497 0-0 .000 .389 8-34 .235 .352 19-60 .317 .356 0-0 .000

1043-2286 .456 822-2055 .400

155-451 .344 140-444 .315

Ft-Fta 136-163 68-89 53-98 79-102 47-56 36-57 47-72 58-81 11-17 10-24

Pct. .834 .764 .541 .775 .839 .632 .653 .716 .647 .417

545-759 .718 514-764 .673

reb.-avG. 205-6.0 132-3.9 186-6.9 210-6.2 68-2.0 125-4.8 132-4.0 102-3.0 28-0.9 41-1.6 151 1380-40.6 1337-39.3

a to b S PtS.-avG. 150 94 4 66 628-18.5 77 64 3 55 626-18.4 24 72 56 45 245-9.1 31 46 35 25 261-7.7 76 38 2 28 260-7.7 48 59 6 45 187-7.2 25 57 21 31 237-7.2 109 77 2 42 196-5.8 30 21 2 9 104-3.5 0 15 3 5 42-1.6 7 570 550 134 351 2786-81.9 441 744 73 236 2298-67.6

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11/22 11/27 11/29 12/1 12/5 12/6 12/10 12/13 12/19 12/20 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/18 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/13 3/15 3/20 3/22 3/26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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27-7 no. 12 no . 5 andy landeRs kelly milleR (18.5) TaWana mcdonald (6.9)

Oral Roberts at Dartmouth at UMass Manhattan 1 vs. Alcorn State 1 at Stephen F. Austin Georgia Southern Oklahoma 2 vs. Sacramento State 2 at Boise State Florida State No. 14 Alabama No. 19 Florida at LSU at No. 1 Tennessee No. 25 Auburn 3 vs. Georgia Tech at Arkansas Ole Miss No. 1 Tennessee at Mississippi State at South Carolina at Kentucky Vanderbilt at Florida Arkansas 4 vs. Mississippi State 4 vs. Kentucky 4 vs. No. 2 Tennessee 5 Liberty 5 SMU 6 vs. No. 10 Clemson 6 vs. No. 19 Iowa State 7 vs. No. 10 Duke

118-64 96-74 80-57 97-63 91-51 81-70 101-52 88-79 94-48 91-51 95-72 85-70 84-72 73-60 69-102 96-78 88-82 68-59 81-43 79-95 72-78 62-58 76-80 57-66 91-66 98-82 72-66 68-62 69-85 73-52 68-55 67-54 89-71 69-81

Conoco Ladyjack Classic (Nacogdochese, Texas) Boise State Christmas Classic (Boise, Idaho) Cobb Civic Center (Marietta, Ga.) SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.) NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) NCAA Mideast (Cincinnati) NCAA Final Four (San Jose, Calif.)


Championship Teams

2000 SEC Champions 1999-2000 Results

RecoRd: 302-4 ap Rank: no. 4 usa Today Rank: no. 5 Head coacH: andy landeRs Top scoReR: coco milleR (15.4) Top ReboundeR: TaWana mcdonald (8.8) 11/15 W No. 3 1 Alabama-Birmingham 76-75 11/17 W No. 3 1 at No. 17 Virginia Tech 65-60 11/21 W No. 3 1 vs. No. 20 Boston College 78-70 11/22 W No. 3 1 vs. No. 12 UCSB 85-64 11/26 W No. 3 2 vs. Stephen F. Austin 85-44 11/27 W No. 3 2 at Maine (OT) 79-68 11/30 W No. 2 at Georgia Southern 102-70 12/2 L No. 2 No. 23 LSU 74-80 12/4 W No. 2 3 vs. Alcorn State 78-38 12/5 W No. 2 3 at Houston 98-68 12/9 W No. 5 Hampton 107-46 12/12 W No. 5 at Tennessee Tech 77-72 12/19 W No. 5 4 vs. Ohio State 91-59 12/20 W No. 5 4 at Long Beach State 87-67 12/29 W No. 5 East Tennessee State 78-51 1/2 L No. 5 at No. 17 Illinois 65-82 1/9 W No. 7 at Alabama 71-62 1/13 W No. 7 at Florida 78-71 1/17 W No. 7 No. 2 Tennessee 78-51 1/20 W No. 7 5 vs. Georgia Tech 86-58 1/23 W No. 7 at No. 10 Auburn 68-54 1/27 W No. 3 at Ole Miss 75-51 1/30 W No. 3 at Vanderbilt 84-73 2/3 W No. 3 Florida (OT) 81-76 2/6 W No. 3 No. 20 Mississippi St. 83-67 2/10 W No. 3 South Carolina 84-61 2/17 W No. 3 at Kentucky 73-69 2/20 W No. 3 at Arkansas 72-69 2/24 W No. 3 Alabama 72-37 2/27 W No. 3 Vanderbilt 75-49 3/3 W No. 2 6 vs. Kentucky 63-45 3/4 L No. 2 6 vs. No. 17 Mississippi St. 61-62 3/18 W No. 4 7 Montana 74-46 3/20 W No. 4 7 Stanford 83-64 3/25 W No. 4 8 vs. North Carolina 83-57 3/27 L No. 4 8 vs. No. 8 Rutgers 51-59 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Preseason WNIT (1-Athens; 2-Blacksburg; 3/4-Champaign, Ill.) Dead River Classic (Orono, Maine.) Hilton Hobby Classic (Houston, Texas) The Beach Classic (Long Beach, Calif.) Cobb Civic Center (Marietta, Ga.) SEC Tourney (Chattanooga, Tenn.) NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) NCAA West (Portland, Ore.)

Seated (L-R): Kiesha Brown, Kelly McEntire, Tameiko Washington, Deana Nolan, Mary Beth Lycett, Beth Timmons, and Camille Murphy. Standing: Kelly Miller, Tiaunna Briggans, Shala Crawford, Tawana McDonald, Angie Ball, Shavonda Willis, Coco Miller, and Tina Taylor. No. 35 23 14 40 33 25 31 11 22 24 54 3 21 30

The 1999-2000 edition of the Lady Bulldogs raced from the gates and eventually finished as the winningest team in the program’s storied history. Before December arrived on the calendar, Georgia compiled a 7-0 record, including defeating three top-20 teams en route to winning the Preseason WNIT. The Lady Bulldogs stumbled and lost their SEC opener but then reeled off 13 straight conference victories to claim a third league title in a five-year span. The highlight of that streak was a nationally televised 27point thumping of No. 2 Tennessee on MLK Day. Georgia’s 32 “Ws” in 2000 topped the previous school record of 30 in both 1984 and ’86.

1999-2000 Statistics (Overall: 32-4 ◊ Home: 11-1 ◊ Away: 13-1 ◊ Neutral: 8-2)

Player G-GS MP-avG. FG-FGa Pct. 3FG-FGa Pct. Coco Miller 36-36 1080-30.0 215-487 .442 49-122 .402 Kelly Miller 36-36 1169-32.5 203-456 .445 44-122 .361 Deana Nolan 36-36 1008-28.0 178-325 .548 10-27 .370 Tawana McDonald 35-34 896-25.6 166-302 .550 0-0 .000 Angie Ball 35-35 911-26.0 109-213 .512 0-0 .000 Shala Crawford 36-2 537-14.9 89-172 .517 0-0 .000 Camille Murphy 36-1 588-16.3 52-132 .394 30-79 .380 Kiesha Brown 36-0 501-13.9 36-100 .360 0-4 .000 Tameiko Washington 19-0 87-4.6 13-24 .542 0-2 .000 Tiaunna Briggans 31-0 279-9.0 15-45 .333 0-0 .000 Shavonda Willis 16-0 52-3.3 9-27 .333 0-0 .000 Mary Beth Lycett 23-0 94-4.1 8-34 .235 4-16 .250 Kelly McEntire 14-0 32-2.3 1-10 .100 0-1 .000 Beth Timmons 14-0 16-1.1 0-7 .000 0-2 .000 Team Georgia 36 7240 1094-2334 .469 137-375 .365 Opponents 36 7240 805-2159 .373 144-462 .312 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

Ft-Fta Pct. 76-98 .776 94-115 .817 70-89 .787 88-136 .647 33-47 .702 65-109 .596 21-28 .750 15-24 .625 5-9 .556 13-30 .433 4-9 .445 9-12 .750 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 140 495-708 .699 441-660 .668

reb.-avG. a to b S PtS.-avG. 114-3.2 114 65 5 57 555-15.4 168-4.7 162 79 5 75 544-15.1 164-4.6 126 104 27 56 436-12.1 309-8.8 35 74 90 47 420-12.0 164-4.7 36 59 8 29 251-7.2 182-5.1 13 65 35 32 243-6.8 53-1.5 56 44 1 26 155-4.3 68-1.9 55 42 6 34 87-2.4 22-1.2 2 8 2 5 31-1.6 52-1.7 7 15 7 12 43-1.4 19-1.2 0 4 0 2 22-1.4 16-0.7 3 11 1 7 29-1.3 2-0.1 0 2 0 2 4-0.3 0-0.0 0 1 0 1 0-0.0 10 1473-40.9 609 583 187 385 2820-78.3 1349-37.5 405 766 78 249 2195-61.0 179

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2001 SEC Tournament Champions The Lady Bulldogs bounced back from early-season losses to No. 1 Connecticut and eventual national champion Notre Dame in November to click on all cylinders a month later. But adversity struck again. A broken finger to Deanna “Tweety” Nolan disrupted what might have been one of Georgia’s greatest seasons ever. Georgia began the calendar year with two impressive wins before Nolan broke her finger against Florida. While the Lady Dogs still won eight of nines game without Nolan, and eight of 10 after she returned, they never regained their January form. Still, Georgia won the SEC Tourney title on Kelly Miller’s buzzerbeating jumper.

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No. 35 23 40 4 14 11 24 22 3 31 2 15 25 21

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2000-01 Results

RecoRd: ap Rank: usa Today Rank: Head coacH: Top scoReR: Top ReboundeR:

Seated (L-R): Tina Taylor, Kelly McEntire, Tameiko Washington, Camille Murphy, Kiesha Brown, Coco Miller, Kelly Miller. Standing: Mary Beth Lycett, Tiaunna Briggans, Amy King, Christi Thomas, Tawana McDonald, Ebony Felder, Beth Henson, Deanna Nolan.

2000-01 Statistics (Overall: 27-6 ◊ Home: 14-1 ◊ Away: 7-4 ◊ Neutral: 6-1)

Player G-GS MP-avG. FG-FGa Pct. 3FG-FGa Pct. Coco Miller 33-32 1017-30.8 207-452 .458 31-96 .323 Kelly Miller 33-33 1079-32.7 193-378 .511 50-108 .463 Tawana McDonald 33-33 614-25.6 124-265 .468 0-0 .000 Christi Thomas 29-11 623-21.5 130-255 .510 3-16 .188 Deanna Nolan 24-19 817-24.8 126-278 .453 18-55 .327 Kiesha Brown 33-13 675-20.5 53-159 .333 1-12 .083 Tiaunna Briggans 33-22 219-13.7 52-105 .495 0-0 .000 Tameiko Washington 33-0 616-18.7 33-75 .440 1-1 1.000 Mary Beth Lycett 27-0 257-9.5 25-74 .338 12-40 .300 Camille Murphy 16-2 371-11.2 18-57 .316 11-42 .262 Tina Taylor 21-0 89-4.2 11-20 .550 2-5 .400 Amy King 20-0 130-6.2 11-30 .367 0-0 .000 Beth Henson 15-0 39-2.4 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 Kelly McEntire 20-0 54-2.7 1-6 .167 0-1 .000 TEAM Georgia 33 6600 989-2164 .457 129-376 .376 Opponents 33 6600 727-1953 .372 146-486 .300

Ft-Fta 73-87 80-97 91-119 75-121 51-69 53-71 26-49 23-36 13-26 18-21 4-7 3-4 4-7 3-6

Pct. .839 .825 .765 .620 .739 .746 .531 .639 .500 .857 .571 .750 .571 .500

519-723 .718 449-644 .697

reb.-avG. 134-4.1 179-5.4 230-7.0 188-6.5 94-3.9 102-3.1 111-3.4 82-2.5 49-1.8 20-1.2 10-0.5 18-0.9 9-0.6 1-0.1 130-3.9 1358-41.2 1235-37.4

a to b S PtS.-avG. 101 61 5 65 518-15.7 163 73 1 68 516-15.6 41 70 103 50 339-10.3 18 43 42 26 338-11.7 78 50 7 49 321-13.4 93 45 5 28 160-4.8 11 35 10 20 130-3.9 19 26 1 13 90-2.7 26 31 2 7 75-2.8 27 17 0 7 65-4.1 5 10 0 12 28-1.3 5 8 1 2 25-1.2 0 3 0 2 12-0.8 4 4 0 1 5-0.2 7 591 494 177 351 2626-79.6 374 692 87 246 2049-62.1

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11/12 11/19 11/22 11/24 11/27 11/29 12/3 12/8 12/10 12/18 12/20 12/28 12/30 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/20 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/16 3/18 1 2 3 4 5 6

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27-6 no. 4 no. 13 andy landeRs coco milleR (15.7) TaWana mcdonald (7.0)

1 at No. 1 Connecticut 70-99 Massachusetts 71-63 2 vs. No. 12 Oklahoma 94-70 2 vs. No. 5 Notre Dame 73-75 Georgia Southern 85-57 Chattanooga 81-43 3 vs. No. 5 Rutgers 82-53 4 vs. Georgia Tech 78-61 Houston 92-61 Dartmouth 110-73 at VCU 77-63 at Georgia State 107-75 at UCLA 89-55 Illinois 100-59 Alabama 96-41 No. 10 Florida 72-59 at No. 9 LSU 64-55 at No. 2 Tennessee 69-85 Auburn 77-60 Ole Miss 74-51 76-59 No. 16 Vanderbilt at No. 9 Florida 64-75 at Mississippi State 78-74 at South Carolina 92-55 Kentucky 91-58 Arkansas 81-60 at Alabama 71-48 at No. 18 Vanderbilt 65-71 5 vs. OIe Miss 80-61 5 vs. Arkansas 63-44 5 vs. No. 15 Vanderbilt 62-60 Liberty 77-48 Missouri 65-78

State Farm Tip-off Classic (Hartford, Conn.) Coaches vs. Cancer Challenge (Madison, Wis.) Honda Elite 4 Classic (Orlando, Fla.) Cobb Civic Center (Marietta, Ga.) SEC Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.) NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens)


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Abrahamson, Katie 1986-87 Abrams, Amanda 1982-85 Acosta, Regan 1985-86 Anderson, Nancy 1991 Antvorskov, Signe 1996-97 Arndt, Deborah 1979-80 Autry, Cheryl 1981 Baker, Sherill, 2003-06 Baldwin, Sharon 1989-90 Ball, Angie 1997-00 Barr, Jessica 1990 Barton, Ann 1975 Bennett, Cathy 1980 Benson, Joan 1978-79 Berry, Kim 1988-91 Bootz, Barbara 1984-87 Bostice, Desiré 2005-06 Brackett, Marilyn 1974-75 Braxton, Kara 2002-04 Braxton, Kim 2002 Briggans, Tiaunna 2000-01 Broome, Candis 1979-80 Brown, Kiesha 1997, 99-01 Bush, Latrese 1995-98

c

Cagle, Christy 1992 Campbell, Allison 1974-75 Campfield, Tocshia 1997 Carrandi, Alisa 1982-83 Carson, Diane 1979 Carter, Brittany 2008 Carter, Deborah 1991-92 Chambers, Cori 2004-07 Collins, Cynthia 1980-83 Cosby, Tara 1992 Crawford, Shala 2000 Culpepper, Diane 1976

D

Darrah, Megan 2005-08 Davis, Angela 1990 Decker, Brandi 1994-97 DeVore, Tena 1988-90 Driskell, Marquita, 2003 Duncan, Teresa 1980 Dunlap, Denise 1980-82

E

Easley, Sheila 1982-83 Eason, Nikki 2002 Edwards, Sarah 1980-82 Edwards, Teresa 1983-86

Felder, Ebony 2002-04 Fleming, Vlanda 1979 Ford, Stacey 1988-91 Frasier, DeeDee 1984-87 Frett, La’Keshia 1994-97 Frye, Katie 2002-05 Fuller, Bunny 1975-76 Gardner, Susie 1983-86 Gates, Nancy 1978 Green, Carla 1986-89 Greene, Sara Kate 2005-06 Greeson, Laura 1982 Griffin, Lisa 1976 Griffith, Patricia 1976-78

H

Hardmon, Lady 1989-92 Hardrick, Janese 2004-07 Harrell, LeAnn 1981 Harris, Janet 1982-85 Hart, Alice 1979 Hartley, Michelle 1980 Henderson, Tracy 1994-97 Hester, Cherie 1977-78 Hill, Nakia 1993 Holland-Corn, Kedra 1994-97 Holloway, Wanda 1981-84 Houts, Ashley 2007-09 Humphrey, Tasha 2005-08 Hyer, Angel 1975

I-J

Inman, Traci 1985-86 Irwin-Osbolt, Pam 1996-99 Jardim, Vera 1992-94 Jenkins, Tammye 1988-91 Jones, Cecilia 1974 Jones, MaToya 1998 Jones, Vicky 1991-93

K L

Kendrick, Alexis 2003-06 Kendrick, Lisa 1987-90 King, Amy 2001 Koebel, Carol 1976 Krismanich, Liz 1979 Law, Whitney 2002 Lee, Jasmine 2008 Leiker, Sherri 1974-75 Livings, Gail 1976 Locke, Bernadette 1980-81

All-Time Letterwinners Lott, Dianna 1997-98 Lowe, Camille 1990-93 Lowe, Miriam 1990, 92-93 Lycett, Mary Beth 2000-03

M

Malone, Rhonda 1981-84 Marshall, Christy 2007-09 McClain, Katrina 1984-87 McDonald, Tawana 1999-02 McEntire, Kelly 2000-01 McManus, Marty 1975 Meeks, Kathy 1979 Miller, Coco 1998-01 Miller, Karen 1981 Miller, Kelly 1998-01 Mitchell, Deborah 1981 Mitchell, Jill 1988 Mitchell, Meredith 2009 Morgan, Beth 1976 Morris, Sherbiya 1994 Morrow, Phyllis 1976-77 Moss, Lindsey 2008 Murphy, Camille 1999-02 Murray, Barbara 1981-82

N O-P

Nash, Becky 1978-79 Nash, Tawnya 1998 Nolan, Deanna 1999-01 Noonan, Donna 1975-77 Nordon, Renee 1976-78 O’Connor, Lisa 1983-86 Park, Jane 1977-79 Parker, Lisa 1981-82 Pharr, Keshunda 1998 Phillips, Porsha 2009 Phillips, Tari 1987-88 Pierce, Jessica 2002-05 Powell, Rachel 1994-97 Price, Tina 1975-78 Puleo, Angela 2008-09

R

Reese, Deborah 1991-94 Register, Susan 1978 Rhoden, Jaleesa 2008-09 Richman, Joy 1974-77 Robbins, Kelly 1992-93 Roberts, Julee 1998 Robinson, Angel 2007-09 Robinson, Kenya 1991 Robinson, Meme 1974-75 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

Roundtree, Saudia 1995-96 Rowsey, Rebecca 2004-05, 07-08 Russom, Nancy 1979 Russell, Gale 1974-75

S

Sanders, Dorothy 1992-95 Shuler, Adrienne 1988-91 Sims, Lou 1981-83 Smith, Sharla 1991 Spurlock, Fain 1998 Stanton, Cheryl 1974 Stoddard, Sarah 2009 Stone, DiAnn 1977-80

T

Taylor, Maria 2007 Taylor, Danielle 2006-09 Taylor, Deedy 1980 Taylor, Kendi 1996 Taylor, Tina 2001-03 Tempel, Kelly 1987-88 Thomas, Christi 2001-03 Thomas, Cindy 1978-79 Thompson, Kim 1993-96 Timmons, Beth 2000 Toscas, Chris 1986 Turner, Medina 1992-93 Turton, Dee 1979 Tyson, Margaret 1974-75

Ebony Felder

V-Z

Van Sant, Paula 1974 Verross, Vicki 1974-75 Vishniakova, Elena 1998-99 Waites, Traci 1985-86 Walker, Tiffany 1994-97 Walker, Wendy 1989 Walls, Tracy 1993-96 Warren, Sherelle 1987-90 Washington, Tameiko 2000-02 Watt, Ali 2009 Weaver, Jo Beth 1983-84 Wheeler, Stephanie 1992-95 Williams, Beth 1978 Williamson, Anne 1981 Willis, Shavonda 1999-00 Young, Dawn 1974-75

H I S T O R y

Christy Marshall

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All-Time Jersey Numbers 00

13

La’Keshia Frett ....................1994-97 Marilyn Brackett ...................1974-75 Kim Braxton .............................. 2002 Phyllis Morrow .......................... 1976 Cherie Hester ........................... 1978 Diane Carson............................ 1979 Ashley Houts......................2007-09 Barbara Murray....................1981-82 Susie Gardner .....................1983-86 DeeDee Frasier ...................1984-87 Tina Taylor ...........................2001-05 Dorothy Sanders..................1992-95 Jessica Pierce .....................2002-05

1

2

3

Pam Irwin-Osbolt .................1996-99 Mary Beth Lycett ..................2000-03 Jasmine Lee ............................. 2008

4

Christi Thomas ....................2001-04 Danielle Taylor .....................2006-08

5 (retired)

Teresa Edwards ...................1983-86

10

Donna Noonan ......................... 1976 Beth Morgan ............................. 1977 Jane Park ............................1978-79 Kelly Robbins.......................1992-93 Saudia Roundtree................1995-96

11

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22

Beth Morgan ............................. 1976 Phyllis Morrow .......................... 1977 Nancy Gates ............................. 1978 Tammy Waybright ..................... 1979 Kim “K.T.” Thompson ...........1993-96 Kiesha Brown ........................... 1997 Dawn Young .......................1974-75 Tameiko Washington ...........2000-02 Tina Price ............................1976-77 Christy Marshall.................2007-09 Renee Nordan .......................... 1978 Deborah Arndt .....................1979-80 Carla Green .........................1986-89 Bernadette Locke ................1980-81 Camille Lowe .......................1990-93 Alisa Carrandi ......................1982-83 Julee Roberts ........................... 1998 Susie Gardner .....................1983-86 Deanna “Tweety” Nolan .......1999-01 Lady Hardmon .....................1989-92 Janese Hardrick...................2004-07 Angie Ball ............................1997-00 Kelly Miller ...........................1998-01

14

23

15

Margaret Tyson....................1974-75 Tricia Griffith ............................. 1976 Susan Register ......................... 1978 Nancy Russom ......................... 1979 Cathy Bennett ........................... 1980 Anne Williamson ....................... 1981 Jo Beth Weaver ...................1983-84 Rhonda Mikes........................... 1986 Jill Mitchell ................................ 1988 Jessica Barr .............................. 1990 Signe Antvorskov .................1996-97 Amy King .................................. 2001 Desiré Bostice .....................2005-06 Jaleesa Rhoden .................2008-09

Vicki Varross ........................1974-75 DiAnn Stone ........................1977-80 Kathy Meeks ............................. 1979 Cheryl Autry .............................. 1981 Amanda Abrams ..................1982-85 Angela Davis ............................ 1990 Christy Cagle ............................ 1992 Rachel Powell ......................1994-97 Matoya Jones ........................... 1998 Kiesha Brown ......................1999-01 Donna Noonan ......................... 1977 Sherill Baker ........................2003-06 Beth Williams ............................ 1978 Meredith Mitchell .................... 2009 Traci Waites .........................1985-86 Sharla Smith ............................. 1991 Miriam Lowe ...................1990,92-93 Meme Robinson ..................1974-75 Sherbiya Morris ........................ 1994 Debbie Culpepper..................... 1976 Tocshia Campfield .................... 1997 Patricia Griffith .......................... 1977 Angela Puleo .......................2008-09 Sally Martin ............................... 1978 Alice Hart .................................. 1979 Lisa Kendrick .......................1987-90 Cindy Thomas .......................... 1978 Kenya Robinson ....................... 1991 Candis Broome ....................1979-80 Nikki Eason............................... 2002 Rhonda Malone ...................1981-84 Sara Kate Greene................2005-06 Sharon Baldwin ...................1989-90 Maria Taylor .............................. 2007 Vicky Jones .........................1991-93

20

12

21

182

Fain Spurlock............................ 1998 Kelly McEntire......................2000-01 Cori Chambers ....................2004-07 Porsha Phillips........................ 2009

24

Cecilia Jones ............................ 1974 Carol Koeble ............................. 1976 DiAnn Stone ............................. 1977 Stephanie Wheeler ..............1992-95 Kendi Taylor .............................. 1996 Tawnya Nash ............................ 1998 Tiaunna Briggans ................2000-01 Whitney Law ............................. 2002 Megan Darrah......................2005-08

25

Deedy Taylor............................. 1980 Laura Greeson.......................... 1982 Anne Smith ............................... 1986 Kim Berry .............................1988-91 Kedra Holland-Corn .............1994-97 Shala Crawford ......................... 2000 Beth Henson ............................. 2001 Brittany Carter .......................... 2008 Sarah Stoddard ........................ 2009

Tricia Griffith ............................. 1978 Brandi Decker ......................1994-97 Cindy Thomas .......................... 1979 Keshunda Pharr........................ 1998 Lou Sims..............................1981-83 Marquita Driskell ....................... 2003 Camille Murphy....................1999-02 Alexis Kendrick ....................2003-06 Denise Dunlap .....................1980-82 Lisa O’Conner......................1983-86 (retired) Cherie Hester ........................... 1977 Katrina McClain ...................1984-87 Joy Richman ........................1974-77 Tena DeVore ........................1988-90 Bunny Fuller ............................. 1976 Nancy Anderson ....................... 1991 Karen Miller .............................. 1981 Tara Cosby ............................... 1992 Sheila Easley .......................1982-83 Ebony Felder .......................2002-04 Traci Inman ..........................1985-86 (retired) Katie Abrahamson ...............1986-87 Kelly Tempel ........................1987-88 Sarah Edwards ...................... 1980 Wendy Walker .......................... 1989 Deborah Mitchell.................... 1981 Tracy Henderson .................1994-97 Janet Harris ...................... 1982-85 Angie Ball ............................1998-00 Katie Frye ............................2002-05 Angel Robinson .................2007-09 Jane Park .............................. 1977 Becky Nash .........................1978-79 Tracy Walls ..........................1993-96 Paula Van Sant ......................... 1974 Rebecca Rowsey.......2004-05,07-08 Renee Nordan .......................... 1976 Nakia Hill .................................. 1993 Elena Vishniakova ...............1998-99 Sherri Leiker ........................1974-75 Tasha Humphrey .................2005-08 Ulanda Fleming ........................ 1979 Michelle Hartley ........................ 1980 Wanda Holloway ..................1981-84 Cynthia Collins.....................1980-83 Chris Toscas ............................. 1986 Deborah Carter ....................1991-92 Coco Miller...........................1998-01 Dianna Lott ..........................1997-98

32

33

50

34

51

35 40

52

53

Renee Nordan .......................... 1977 Joan Benson........................1978-79 LeAnn Harrell............................ 1981 Deborah Reese ...................1991-94 Barbara Bootz......................1984-87 Tawana McDonald ...............1999-02 Stacey Ford .........................1988-91 Vera Jardim .........................1992-94

41

30

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44

45

Gale Russell ........................1974-75 DiAnn Stone ........................1978-79 Teresa Duncan ......................... 1980 Sarah Edwards ......................... 1981 Lisa Griffin ................................ 1976 Lisa Parker .........................1981-82 Tina Price ................................. 1978 Regan Acosta ......................1985-86 Dee Turton ................................ 1979 Tiffany Walker ......................1994-97 Adrienne Shuler ...................1988-91 Latrese Bush .......................1995-98 Katie Abrahamson ...............1986-87 Tari Phillips ..........................1987-88 Cheryl Stanton .......................... 1974 Ali Watt ..................................... 2009

31

43

42

54

Sherelle Warren ...................1987-90 Shavonda Willis ...................1999-00 Kara Braxton........................2002-04

55

Allison Campbell ..................1974-75 Gail Livings ............................... 1976 Lisa Parker ..........................1981-82 Sarah Edwards ......................... 1982 Tammye Jenkins ..................1988-91 Medina Turner .....................1992-93


All-Time Letterwinners Statistics NaMe Katie Abrahamson Amanda Abrams Regan Acosta Nancy Anderson Signe Antvorskov Deborah Arndt Cheryl Autry Sharon Baldwin Angie Ball Sherill Baker Jessica Barr

yearS 1985-87 1981-85 1984-86 1990-91 1995-97 1979-80 1980-81 1988-90 1996-00 2002-06 1989-91

G-GS 64-34 124-48 43-0 9-0 64-5 21-n/a 25-n/a 57-31 109-78 131-122 27-0

FGM-FGa 194-420 157-327 16-30 1-6 80-144 6-27 45-128 178-387 265-529 676-1520 51-102

Pct. .462 .480 .533 .167 .556 .222 .352 .460 .501 .445 .500

FtM-Fta 55-68 86-138 19-44 1-4 68-110 13-29 28-39 59-79 95-150 280-368 42-54

Pct. .809 .623 .432 .250 ,618 .448 .718 .747 .633 .761 .778

reb-avG. 253-3.9 151-1.2 50-1.2 6-0.7 184-2.9 9-0.4 39-1.6 426-7.5 449-4.1 570-4.4 79-2.9

aSt 130 241 4 1 15 10 81 153 82 399 14

blk 19 1 1 0 14 n/a n/a 5 43 24 0

Stl 43 160 9 0 23 n/a 37 82 75 426 22

PtS-avG. 443-6.9 400-3.2 51-1.2 3-0.3 228-3.6 25-1.2 118-4.7 426-7.5 625-5.7 1665-12.7 144-5.3

Kim Berry Barbara Bootz Desiré Bostice Kara Braxton Kim Braxton Tiaunna Briggans Candace Broome Kiesha Brown Latrese Bush Christy Cagle Tocshia Campfield

1987-91 1983-87 2004-06 2001-04 2001-02 1999-01 1979-80 1996-01 1994-98 1991-92 1996-97

113-23 126-60 48-0 71-56 16-0 64-22 17-n/a 111-25 108-16 14-0 15-1

227-566 364-747 31-59 440-836 7-20 67-150 10-30 173-467 162-466 1-5 9-30

.401 .487 .525 .526 .350 .447 .333 .370 .348 .200 .300

98-125 136-198 12-25 209-317 6-16 39-79 0-4 139-195 64-95 7-9 6-10

.784 .687 .480 .659 .375 .494 .000 .713 .674 .778 .600

119-1.1 441-3.5 67-1.4 518-7.3 22-1.4 163-2.5 13-0.8 292-2.6 161-1.5 14-1.0 23-1.5

160 123 3 143 0 18 6 293 88 10 7

5 179 6 127 4 17 n/a 14 4 0 2

102 89 8 111 2 32 6 114 107 2 3

741-6.6 864-6.9 74-1.5 1093-15.4 20-1.2 173-2.7 20-1.2 495-4.5 415-3.8 9-0.6 24-1.6

Alisa Carrandi Deborah Carter Cori Chambers Cynthia Collins Tara Cosby Shala Crawford Megan Darrah Angela Davis Brandi Decker Tena DeVore Marquita Driskell

1981-83 1990-92 2003-07 1979-83 1991-92 1999-00 2004-08 1989-90 1993-97 1987-90 2002-03

26-0 56-36 135-106 122-104 27-4 36-2 132-94 16-0 123-11 69-2 30-16

13-29 224-434 552-1332 433-848 96-210 89-172 365-966 13-29 109-349 70-141 77-157

.448 .516 .414 .511 .457 .517 .378 .448 .312 .496 .490

5-8 127-174 104-125 252-494 41-76 65-109 171-215 9-11 55-91 53-73 27-46

.625 .730 .832 .510 .540 .596 .795 .818 .604 .726 .587

12-0.5 315-5.6 447-3.3 861-7.1 167-6.2 182-5.1 564-4.3 18-1.1 409-3.3 149-2.2 128-4.3

14 63 226 188 10 11 236 6 72 19 23

1 18 23 31 8 35 43 0 59 n/a 9

8 59 153 207 16 32 106 2 44 n/a 21

31-1.2 581-10.4 1490-11.0 1118-9.2 234-8.7 243-6.8 1064-8.1 36-2.3 308-2.5 193-2.8 193-6.4

Teresa Duncan Denise Dunlap Sheila Easley Nikki Eason Sarah Edwards Teresa Edwards Ebony Felder Stacey Ford Dee Dee Frasier La’Keshia Frett Katie Frye

1979-80 1979-82 1981-83 2001-02 1979-82 1982-86 2001-04 1987-91 1983-87 1993-97 2001-05

25-n/a 88-n/a 35-0 26-7 55-n/a 128-125 51-22 120-83 71-32 122-116 98-16

85-200 184-447 26-68 10-30 90-200 873-1685 135-274 519-955 84-218 743-1514 76-232

.425 .412 .380 .333 .450 .518 .493 .544 .385 .491 .328

38-66 127-185 9-22 15-27 44-82 243-330 105-147 196-329 68-100 361-463 15-32

.576 .686 .409 .556 .537 .736 .714 .596 .680 .780 .468

147-5.9 365-4.2 70-2.0 12-0.5 164-3.0 384-3.0 264-5.2 649-5.4 114-1.6 842-6.9 150-1.5

33 81 3 38 31 653 55 45 175 315 52

n/a 5 26 1 n/a 48 15 50 3 85 9

28 56 12 15 24 342 30 96 73 189 29

208-8.3 495-5.6 57-1.6 39-1.5 224-4.1 1989-15.5 377-7.4 1234-10.3 236-3.3 1850-15.2 202-2.1

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H I S T O R y

Megan Darrah

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All-Time Letterwinners Statistics

Sara Kate Greene

H I S T O R y

Bernadette Mattox

184

NaMe Susie Gardner Carla Green Sara Kate Greene Laura Greeson Lady Hardmon Janese Hardrick LeAnn Harrell Janet Harris Tracy Henderson Beth Henson Nakia Hill

yearS 1982-85 1985-89 2004-06 1981-82 1988-92 2003-07 1980-81 1981-85 1993-96 2000-01 1992-93

G-GS 92-2 119-82 27-0 27-3 121-110 133-47 31-n/a 131-128 122-116 15-0 31-20

FGM-FGa 214-449 412-956 6-15 63-163 529-1129 376-893 98-204 1127-2029 757-1380 4-9 132-269

Pct. .477 .431 .400 .387 .469 .421 .480 .555 .549 .444 .491

FtM-Fta 57-76 263-376 5-10 57-85 336-514 311-389 25-38 387-588 250-411 4-7 65-117

Pct. .750 .699 .500 .671 .654 .799 .658 .658 .608 .571 .556

reb-avG. 79-.9 383-3.2 31-1.1 37-1.4 538-4.4 422-3.2 97-3.1 1398-10.7 823-6.7 9-0.6 177-5.7

aSt 110 425 2 37 433 379 46 240 70 0 11

blk 0 25 1 2 18 9 n/a 58 267 0 37

Stl 78 238 9 36 201 198 32 279 110 2 24

PtS-avG. 485-5.3 1115-9.4 20-0.7 183-6.8 1397-11.5 1212-9.1 219-7.1 2641-20.2 1764-14.5 12 -0.8 329-10.6

Kedra Holland-Corn Wanda Holloway Tasha Humphrey Traci Inman Pam Irwin-Osbolt Vera Jardim Tammye Jenkins MaToya Jones Vicky Jones Alexis Kendrick Lisa Kendrick

1993-97 1980-84 2004-08 1984-86 1995-99 1991-94 1987-91 1997-98 1990-93 2002-06 1986-90

125-80 130-101 126-122 43-0 125-47 88-33 115-106 11-0 94-62 132-132 91-14

563-1284 757-1413 825-1635 29-81 401-915 115-255 612-1240 1-4 434-972 386-1017 87-183

.438 .536 .505 .358 .438 .451 .494 .250 .447 .380 .475

187-252 317-432 522-666 20-36 173-203 65-105 374-591 0-1 68-115 252-313 26-62

.742 .734 .784 .556 .852 .619 .633 .000 .591 .805 .419

430-3.4 1163-8.7 1080-8.6 52-1.2 301-2.4 290-3.3 914-8.0 3-0.3 357-3.8 504-3.8 198-2.2

299 134 219 10 239 71 105 1 124 545 106

25 104 119 5 16 21 163 0 50 5 6

302 201 144 4 130 75 139 0 158 178 67

1566-12.5 1833-13.7 2272-18.0 78-1.8 1111-8.9 295-3.4 1598-13.9 2-0.2 937-10.0 1157-8.8 162-1.8

Amy King Whitney Law Jasmine Lee Bernadette Locke Dianna Lott Camille Lowe Miriam Lowe Mary Beth Lycett Rhonda Malone Katrina McClain Tawana McDonald

2000-01 2001-02 2007-09 1979-81 1996-98 1989-93 1989-93 2000-03 1980-84 1983-87 1998-02

21-0 29-8 47-12 64-n/a 48-12 122-107 88-5 110-51 130-na 125 -91 124-115

12-31 53-141 43-110 423-980 100-235 525-1169 172-388 215-568 376-820 873-1407 470-915

.387 .376 .391 .432 .426 .449 .443 .379 .459 .620 .514

5-7 24-39 30-65 111-164 69-101 216-269 49-67 88-116 96-126 449-616 285-430

.714 .615 .462 .677 .683 .803 .731 .759 .762 .729 .663

19-0.9 77-2.7 124-6.2 167-2.6 211-4.4 457-3.7 153-1.7 298-2.7 237-1.8 1193-9.5 885-7.1

5 50 9 308 10 303 99 195 287 145 135

1 2 11 n/a 19 41 4 9 11 290 297

3 32 16 218 37 153 31 86 141 200 179

29-1.4 141-4.9 116-2.5 957-15.0 269-5.6 1396-11.4 460-5.2 634-5.8 848-6.5 2195-17.6 1225-9.9

Kelly McEntire Sandy McKnight Coco Miller Karen Miller Kelly Miller Rhonda Mikes Deborah Mitchell Jill Mitchell Sherbiya Morris Camille Murphy Barbara Murray

1999-01 2005-06 1997-01 1980-81 1997-01 1985-86 1980-81 1987-88 1993-94 1998-02 1980-81

34-0 6-0 130-121 19-n/a 131-131 31-18 34-n/a 31-9 15-0 112-33 10-n/a

2-16 1-5 864-1890 5-13 781-1725 112-211 261-504 34-104 11-28 156-459 35-78

.125 .200 .475 .384 .452 .531 .518 .327 .393 .340 .449

5-8 0-0 267-348 3-8 428-519 24-39 76-137 7-13 10-18 90-120 11-12

.625 .000 .767 .375 .825 .615 .555 .538 .556 .750 .917

3-0.1 1-0.2 503-3.9 17-0.9 711-5.4 63-2.0 313-9.2 48-1.5 27-1.8 156-1.4 18-1.8

4 1 396 0 639 73 11 19 5 228 20

0 0 17 n/a 15 0 n/a 1 1 3 n/a

3 0 225 0 285 46 30 18 4 77 5

9-0.3 2-0.3 2131-16.4 13-0.8 2177-16.6 248-8.0 598-17.6 83-2.7 32-2.1 483-4.3 81-8.1

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All-Time Letterwinners Statistics NaMe Tawnya Nash Deanna Nolan Lisa O’Connor Lisa Parker Keshunda Pharr Tari Phillips Jessice Pierce Rachel Powell Deborah Reese Kelly Robbins Julee Roberts

yearS 1997-98 1998-01 1982-86 1980-81 1997-98 1986-89 2001-05 1993-97 1990-94 1991-93 1997-98

G-GS 28-7 86-65 132-126 22-n/a 8-0 64-21 123-22 122-90 103-49 59-20 8-0

FGM-FGa 44-93 377-778 604-1249 11-26 1-3 166-360 303-654 225-570 277-591 98-291 1-4

Pct. .473 .485 .484 .423 .333 .461 .463 .395 .469 .337 .250

FtM-Fta 36-55 157-215 301-393 10-23 0-0 77-122 74-99 107-143 197-257 62-77 0-0

Pct. .655 .730 .766 .435 .000 .631 .747 .748 .767 .805 .000

reb-avG. 68-2.4 383-4.5 728-5.5 33-1.6 1-0.1 207-3.2 412-3.3 2031.7 392-3.8 133-2.3 4-0.5

aSt 6 252 347 3 0 55 62 442 93 173 0

blk 7 40 54 n/a 1 12 52 7 51 6 0

Stl 16 150 156 4 0 63 37 101 67 33 0

PtS-avG. 125-4.5 944-11.0 1509-11.4 32-1.5 2-0.3 410-6.4 724-5.9 731-6.0 762-7.4 289-4.9 2-0.3

Kenya Robinson Saudia Roundtree Rebecca Rowsey Dorothy Sanders Adrienne Shuler Lou Sims Anne Smith Destinie Smith Sharla Smith Fain Spurlock Sarah Stoddard

1990-91 1994-96 2003-08 1991-95 1987-91 1980-83 1985-86 2008-09 1990-91 1997-98 2008-09

27-1 66-65 119-66 108-2 118-95 101-n/a 25-0 4-0 9-0 22-0 9-0

25-70 382-928 140-369 126-238 340-753 198-505 19-29 2-3 2-5 8-25 2-6

.357 .412 .379 .529 .452 .392 .655 .667 .400 .320 .333

16-35 235-324 86-137 58-108 232-301 87-120 7-11 0-1 6-10 5-10 0-0

.457 .725 .628 .537 .771 .725 .636 .000 .600 .500 .000

56-2.1 339-5.1 399-3.4 219-2.0 407-3.4 158-1.6 23-0.9 7-1.8 4-0.5 19-0.9 2-0.2

88 421 76 14 553 315 10 0 0 10 1

7 5 73 49 12 3 0 0 0 0 0

37 139 27 19 308 164 5 0 0 5 3

66-2.4 1038-15.7 372-3.1 310-2.9 908-7.7 483-4.8 45-1.8 4-1.0 10-1.1 22-1.0 5-0.6

Kendi Taylor Tina Taylor Maria Taylor Kelly Tempel Christi Thomas Kim Thompson Beth Timmons Chris Toscas Medina Turner Elena Vishniakova Traci Waites

1995-96 2000-03 2006-07 1986-88 2000-04 1992-96 1999-00 1985-86 1991-93 1997-99 1984-86

14-0 71-5 22-0 23-0 124-84 94-21 14-0 24-0 60-43 62-33 64-45

3-19 45-122 11-24 18-38 605-1148 79-232 0-7 25-41 230-503 167-382 209-439

.158 .369 .458 .473 .527 .341 .000 .609 .457 .437 .476

2-3 26-36 5-10 4-7 360-525 49-76 0-0 11-17 93-132 129-166 61-93

.667 .722 .500 .571 .685 .645 .000 .647 .697 .777 .656

11-0.8 89-1.3 42-1.9 22-1.0 906-7.3 83-0.9 0-0.0 33-1.4 414-6.9 403-6.5 174-2.7

2 96 3 1 95 168 0 3 81 58 250

0 4 8 1 194 5 0 4 21 49 6

1 62 1 1 133 99 1 5 62 39 102

11-0.8 133-1.9 27-1.2 40-1.7 1593-12.8 209-2.2 0-0.0 61-2.5 556-9.3 482-7.8 479-7.5

Tiffany Walker Wendy Walker Tracy Walls Sherelle Warren Tameiko Washington Ali Watt JoBeth Weaver Stephanie Wheeler Shavonda Willis

1993-97 1988-89 1992-96 1986-90 1999-02 2008-09 1983-84 1991-95 1998-00

100-73 9-0 93-4 122-39 72-0 9-0 12-0 88-0 42-0

219-424 2-11 66-194 482-847 56-121 1-7 8-30 90-246 25-72

.517 .182 .340 .569 .463 .143 .267 .366 .347

145-237 .612 4-4 1.000 42-97 .433 210-308 .682 34-53 .642 0-0 .000 7-9 .778 51-71 .718 14-33 .424

594-5.9 6-0.7 208-2.2 590-4.8 128-1.8 3-0.3 5-0.4 144-1.6 61-1.5

83 5 30 88 28 0 8 44 0

13 0 15 56 3 0 0 11 3

98

583-5.8 1-0.9 174-1.9 1174-9.6 147-2.0 2-0.2 23-1.9 40-2.1 64-1.5

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53 73 23 0 2 402 7

Jessica Pierce

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Tina Taylor

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National Player of the year

– 1987 KatrinadaM/BcroCdelaricink Cup Hon CA, AWSF, Champion/WB Service s ew WBB N

Saudia Roundtree – 1996 ESPYs, Rawlings/WBCA, Boost/Naismith, USBWA, UPI, Basketball America,

Kelly Mille

Women’s Basker – 2000 tball Journal

Kodak All-Americans

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Janet Harris

1982, 1984, 1985 186

Teresa Edwards 1985, 1986

Katrina McClain 1986, 1987

Saudia Roundtree 1996

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Kelly Miller

1999, 2000, 2001

Tasha Humphrey 2006


National Coach of the year

Andy Landers – 1986, 1987, 1996, 2000

1986 – USBWA; 1987 – WBB News Service; 1996 – Boost/Naismith; 2000 –USBWA, WBB News Service

Associated Press

Honor Roll

National Defensive Player of the year

Sherill Baker – 2006

Additional All-America Selections 2006 Tasha Humphrey (2nd) 1999 Coco Miller 2007 Tasha Humphrey (2nd) 1999 Kelly Miller 2000 Kelly Miller WBB News Service 2006 Sherill Baker 2006 Tasha Humphrey 1982 Janet Harris 1983 Janet Harris WBB Journal 1983 Lisa O'Connor 1999 Kelly Miller 1984 Janet Harris 2000 Kelly Miller 1985 Teresa Edwards 2001 Coco Miller 1985 Janet Harris 2001 Kelly Miller Full Court Press 1986 Teresa Edwards 1987 Katrina McClain 2002 Kara Braxton AWSF 2005 Tasha Humphrey (3rd) 1996 Saudia Roundtree 1980 Bernadette Locke 1997 Kedra Holland-Corn 2006 Sherill Baker (2nd)

2007 Tasha Humphrey (3rd) 1986 Teresa Edwards 2008 Tasha Humphrey (HM) 1987 Katrina McClain 1996 La’Keshia Frett 1996 Saudia Roundtree USBWA 1997 La’Keshia Frett 1986 Teresa Edwards 2000 Kelly Miller 1987 Katrina McClain 2001 Coco Miller 1996 Saudia Roundtree 2001 Kelly Miller 1997 La’Keshia Frett 2004 Christi Thomas 2000 Kelly Miller 2001 Kelly Miller

1996 Saudia Roundtree 1997 La’Keshia Frett (3rd) 1997 Kedra Holland-Corn (3rd) 2000 Kelly Miller 2000 Deana Nolan (HM) 2001 Kelly Miller 2001 Coco Miller (HM) 2001 Deanna Nolan (HM) 2004 Christi Thomas (HM) Naismith 2005 Tasha Humphrey (HM) 2006 Tasha Humphrey (3rd) 1985 Teresa Edwards 1985 Janet Harris 2006 Sherill Baker (HM)

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1982 1983 1983 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987

Janet Harris Janet Harris Lisa O'Connor Janet Harris Teresa Edwards Janet Harris Teresa Edwards Katrina McClain Katrina McClain

H I S T O R y

WNIT

1981 Cynthia Collins 1981 Wanda Holloway 187


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SEC Player of the year SEC Coach of the year

Katrina McClain

– 1987

Saudia Roundtr

ee – 1996

Andy Landers – 1984, 1986, 1996

SEC Defensive SEC Sixth Player of the year Woman of the year

H I S T O R y

Kelly Miller – 2000 & 2001 188

Sherill Baker –2006 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

Christy Marshall –2007


Honor Roll

First-Team All-SEC

Janet Harris

1982, 1983, 1984, 1985

La’Keshia Frett 1995, 1996, 1997 (C, AP)

Wanda Holloway Teresa Edwards 1982

1984, 1985, 1986

Katrina McClain Tammye Jenkins 1986, 1987

Saudia Roundtree Tracy Henderson Kedra Holland-Corn 1995, 1996

1997 (C)

1997 (C, AP)

1988, 1989

Kelly Miller

’98 (C, AP), ’99 (C, AP), ’00 (C, AP), ’01 (C, AP)

Stacey Ford

Lady Hardmon

Camille Lowe

Coco Miller

Tawana McDonald

“Tweety” Nolan

1990, 1991

1999 (C), 2001 (C)

1990, 1992

2000 (AP)

1991

2000 (C)

Additional All-SEC Selections

Kara Braxton 2002 (C)

Christi Thomas Tasha Humphrey 2004 (C)

’05 (C, AP), ’06 (C, AP) ’07 (C, AP)

Sherill Baker 2006 (C, AP)

The AP began selecting All-SEC teams during the 1996-97 season.

Yr. ’89 ’89 ’91 ’93 ’94 ’94 ’95 ’96 ’97 ’98

Player (team) Carla Green (C2) Adrienne Shuler (C2) Lady Hardmon (CHM) Camille Lowe (C2) La’Keshia Frett (C2) Deborah Reese (C2) Tracy Henderson (C2) Tracy Henderson (C2) Tracy Henderson (AP2) Coco Miller (C2)

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Yr. ’99 ’00 ’00 ’00 ’01 ’01 ’01 ’02 ’02

Player (team) Coco Miller (AP2) Tawana McDonald (C2) Coco Miller (C2/AP3) Deana Nolan (AP2) Tawana McDonald (C2/AP3) Coco Miller (AP2) Deanna Nolan (C2/AP3) Kara Braxton (AP2) Christi Thomas (C2)

Yr. ’03 ’04 ’04 ’04 ’06 ’07 ’08 ’09 ’09

H I S T O R y

Player (team) Christi Thomas (C2/AP2) Janese Hardrick (C2) Alexis Kendrick (AP3) Christi Thomas (AP2) Cori Chambers (C2/AP2) Cori Chamers (C2) Ashley Houts (C2/AP2) Ashley Houts (C2/AP2) Angel Robinsin (C2/APHM) 189


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National Freshman of the year

– 1982 Janet HBaBrrNis ews Service AWSF, W

Tammye Jenkin AWSF

s – 1988

SEC Freshman of the year

Katrina McClain 1984

La’Keshia Frett 1994

Christi Thomas 2001

Kara Braxton 2002

Tasha Humphrey 2005

Ashley Houts 2007

H I S T O R y

Tasha Humphrey – 2005 USBWA

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Freshman All-Americans

Deborah Mitchell 1981 – AWSF

La’Keshia Frett 1994 – Basketball Times

Janet Harris

1982 – AWSF, WBB News Service

Coco Miller

1998 – WBB Journal, WBB News Service

Janese Hardrick Tasha Humphrey

2004 – gballmag.com

2005 – gballmag.com

Teresa Edwards

Lisa O’Connor

1983 – AWSF, WBB News Service

1983 – AWSF, WBB News Service

Kelly Miller

Christi Thomas

1998 – WBB Journal, WBB News Service

Ashley Houts

2002 – Basketball Times, gballmag.com

2001 – WBB Journal, womenscollegehoops.com

First-year Phenoms

Freshman starters are closer to the rule than the exception at Georgia. All told, 62 freshman (listed below) have started for Andy Landers, including 21 (bold-faced below) who started collegiate debuts.

Katrina McClain Tammye Jenkins 1984 – AWSF, WBB News Service

1988 – AWSF, WBB News Service

Kara Braxton

Alexis Kendrick

2002 – Basketball Times, womenscollegehoops.com

Yr. Player ’87 Sherelle Warren ’88 Tammye Jenkins, Kim Berry (2nd), Adrienne Shuler (2nd) ’89 Lady Hardmon ’90 Camille Lowe ’91 Deborah Carter

2003 – womenscollegehoops.com

Year Starter(S) 1980 C. Collins 1981 W. Holloway, R. Malone,D. Mitchell, B. Murray, L. Sims 1982 A. Abrams, J. Harris, L. Greeson 1983 T. Edwards, L. O’Connor 1984 K. McClain 1985 T. Waites 1986 K. Abrahamson 1987 S. Warren 1988 K. Berry, S. Ford, T. Jenkins, J. Mitchell, A. Shuler 1989 L. Hardmon 1990 C. Lowe, M. Lowe 1991 D. Carter 1992 T. Cosby, D. Sanders 1993 K. Thompson, T. Walls 1994 B. Decker, L. Frett, T. Henderson, K. Holland, R. Powell, T. Walker 1997 A. Ball, K. Brown, D. Lott 1998 C. Miller, K. Miller, T. Nash, E. Vishniakova 1999 T. McDonald, C. Murphy 2001 C. Thomas 2002 K. Braxton, N. Eason, E. Felder W. Law, J. Pierce 2003 S. Baker, M. Driskell, A. Kendrick 2004 C. Chambers, J. Hardrick, R. Rowsey 2005 M. Darrah, T. Humphrey 2007 A. Houts, C. Marshall, A. Robinson 2008 A. Puleo 2009 M. Mitchell

Freshman All-SEC

Yr. Player ’93 Nakia Hill ’94 La’Keshia Frett Tracy Henderson ’96 Pam Irwin ’98 Coco Miller Kelly Miller ’01 Christi Thomas

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Yr. Player ’02 Kara Braxton Ebony Felder ’03 Alexis Kendrick ’04 Cori Chambers Janese Hardrick ’05 Megan Darrah Tasha Humphrey

H I S T O R y

Yr. Player ’07 Ashley Houts, Christy Marshall, Angel Robinson ’08 Angela Puleo

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Academic All-Americans

tte Locke Bernad(2end team) 1981

Kelly Miller

2000 (3rd team); 2001 (2nd team)

Coco Mille

2001 (3rd teamr )

UGA’s Lewis Leadership Award

H I S T O R y

Mary Beth Lycett – 2003

SEC Community Service Team

Awarded to the UGA female student-athlete who embodies dedication, motivation and discipline, and who seeks the good of the group above personal gain

Mary Beth Lycett – 2009 192

UGA’s NCAA Woman of the year Nominee

Rebecca Rowsey – 2007

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Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Player Pam Irwin-Osbolt Kiesha Brown Kiesha Brown Mary Beth Lycett Christi Thomas Christi Thomas Katie Frye Rebecca Rowsey Rebecca Rowsey Rebecca Rowsey Angel Robinson


NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships

Tiffany Walker

– 1997

Kelly Miller – 2001

Rebecca Rows

ey – 2008

Honor Roll Academic Honors

In 1985, the SEC instituted an Academic Honor Roll to recognize players with a GPA of 3.0 or better either on a cumulatively or for the year. A total of 31 current and former Lady Bulldogs have been honored a total of 61 times, including nine standouts (pictured below) who have received the accolade three or more times. Year 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2009

Honoree(S) B. Bootz B. Bootz, T. Edwards, S. Gardner B. Bootz T. DeVore T. DeVore, T. Jenkins S. Ford, T. Jenkins, C. Lowe C. Lowe C. Lowe, M. Lowe, D. Reese V. Jardim, D. Reese T. Walker B. Decker, T. Walls R. Powell, T. Walker F. Spurlock C. Miller, K. Miller C. Miller, K. Miller C. Miller, K. Miller, M.B. Lycett, K. McEntire M.B. Lycett, T. Taylor K. Frye, M.B. Lycett, T. Taylor E. Felder, K. Frye, R. Rowsey, T. Taylor, C. Thomas M.Darrah, E. Felder, K. Frye, R. Rowsey, T. Taylor M. Darrah, E. Felder, R. Rowsey A. Houts, T. Humphrey, R. Rowsey, M. Taylor M. Darrah, A. Houts, T. Humphrey, L. Moss, A. Puleo, R. Rowsey A. Houts, M. Mitchell

SEC Academic Honor Roll

Barbara Bootz 1985, 1986, 1987

Camille Lowe 1991, 1992, 1993

Coco Miller

1999, 2000, 2001

Kelly Miller

1999, 2000, 2001

Mary Beth Lycett 2001, 2002, 2003

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Tina Taylor 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005

Katie Frye

2003, 2004, 2005

H I S T O R y

Ebony Felder

2004, 2005, 2006 193


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Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

Katrina McClain6 0 Inducted in 20

H I S T O R y

Andy Landers Inducted in 20 07

The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame’s mission is to “honor the past, celebrate the present and promote the future” of women’s basketball. The Hall opened in 1999 and since then nearly 100 players, coaches and contributors standouts have been enshrined in the Hall of Fame. In 2006, Katrina McClain became the first former Lady Bulldog to earn induction. McClain, the 1987 National Player of the Year and a two-time AllAmerican at UGA, also helped lead the U.S. to Gold Medals in both the 1988 and 1996 Olympics. McClain also played professionally in the U.S., Japan, Italy, Spain and Turkey. In 2007, Andy Landers was enshrined in the Hall of Fame. Landers, the first and still only full-time head coach in Lady Bulldog history, is a four-time National Coach of the Year honoree and ranks among the game’s leaders in virtually every statistic imaginable. 194

AAU James E. Sullivan Memorial Award

SEC Female Athlete of the year

Coco & Kelly Miller 1999

Saudia Roundtree 1995-96

The Sullivan Award is presented annually by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) to the top amateur athlete(s) in the nation who have achieved athletic excellence and also exhibited leadership, character, sportsmanship and the ideals of amateurism. “Kelly and Coco Miller exemplify all of the qualities the Sullivan Award represents,” said Bobby Dodd, president of the AAU. “This is the first time that twins were nominated for and won the Sullivan Award as one entity.”

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In addition to being 1996 National Player of the Year, Saudia Roundtree was named the top female student-athlete in the SEC for all sports in voting of the league’s 12 institutions. Roundtree led the Lady Bulldogs to a runner-up finish in the 1996 NCAA Tournament – their second straight Final Four appearance – and the SEC title. She also became the first SEC basketball player since “Pistol” Pete Maravich in 1970 to claim Naismith National Player of the Year accolades.


Honor Roll

State Sports Halls of Fame UGA Circle of Honor

s – 2001 Teresa Edward f Fame Georgia Hall o

Katrina McClain Georgia Hall of – 2005 Fame

s Teresa Edward 5 9 Inducted in 19

Katrina McClain Inducted in 19 97

H I S T O R y

– 2006 Katrina McClain e S.C. Hall of Fam

Andy Landers – Georgia Hall of 2009 Fame

Janet Harris 02 Inducted in 20

Bernadette Loc Inducted in 20 ke 09

The Circle of Honor is the highest honor awarded to former UGA student-athletes and coaches. The all-sports recognition is designed to recognize and pay tribute to those who, by their performance and conduct, have brought honor to the University and themselves, and who by their actions, have contributed to the tradition of the Georgia Bulldogs. The criteria also stipulates that each recipient has earned their degree.

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USA Basketball

UGA & The USA: A Golden Combonation

H I S T O R y

Rarely over the past two decades has a United States National Team entered a major international competition without one or more Georgia Lady Bulldogs leading the way. Teresa Edwards and Katrina McClain headline an impressive list of 25 current and former Lady Dogs who have represented USA Basketball in more than 40 different competitions worldwide. Edwards and McClain were the backbone of virtually every U.S. team fielded for a major competition from 1986-96 and compiled a 109-4 (.965) record in USA Basketball competitions. Edwards, who first played at the national level during the summer after her junior season of high school, is the only basketball player to represent the U.S. in five Olympic Games. All told, she was a member of 22 different USA Basketball teams, compiling an overall record of 205-14 (93.6). Along the way, Edwards compiled some incredible statistics – 2,008 points, 890 assists, 576 rebounds and 372 steals. McClain is perhaps the most decorated international performer other that Edwards. In fact, they first played together during the summer before McClain’s arrival at Georgia, leading the South to a Gold Medal at the 1983 U.S. Olympic Festival. McClain capped her international career at the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta by averaging 14.1 points and posting team-bests of 8.3 rebounds per game and 63.9 percent field goal percentage.

Katie Abrahamson

1985 – National Sports Festival

Barbara Bootz

1985 – National Sports Festival U.S. Junior Pan Am Team 1987 – Seoul Pre-Olympic Invitational

Kara Braxton

2002 – U.S. Young Women National Team 2006 – U.S. Senior National Team

Kiesha Brown

1995 – U.S. Olympic Festival 1996 – U.S. Junior National Team

1994 – 1996 – 1997 – 1998 – 1999 – 2000 –

FIBA World Championships U.S. Olympic Team U.S. Senior National Team U.S. Senior National Team U.S. Senior National Team U.S. Olympic Team

1994 – 1995 – 1997 – 1998 –

R. William Jones Cup Team World University Games World University Games U.S. Senior National Team (Goldmark Cup)

La’Keshia Frett

Stacey Ford

Cori Chambers

1988 – U.S. Junior National Team

Teresa Edwards

1983 – National Sports Festival 1986 – Canadian Invitational Tournament

2002 – U.S. Youth Development Festival 1981 – National Sports Festival 1982 – National Sports Festival U.S. Junior Pan Am Team 1983 – National Sports Festival 1984 – U.S. Olympic Team 1986 – Goodwill/FIBA World Championships 1987 – Pan American Games 1988 – U.S. Olympic Team 1990 – Goodwill/FIBA World Championships 1991 – Pan American Games 1992 – U.S. Olympic Team

Susie Gardner Carla Green

1986 – U.S. Olympic Festival 1987 – U.S. Olympic Festival 1989 – World University Games

Lady Hardmon

1989 – U.S. Junior National Team 1992 – R. William Jones Cup Team 1993 – World University Games

Teresa Edwards – 1984 Olympic Games 196

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Ashley Houts started three of seven games during the 2009 World Univerity Games, averaging 8.3 points per game by connecting on 52.6 percent of her FGs, 47.1 percent of her 3FGs and 90.9 of her FTs.

Janet Harris

1981 – National Sports Festival 1982 – National Sports Festival

Coco & Kelly Miller – 1999 World Univ. Games


USA Basketball Kedra Holland-Corn

1994 – U.S. Olympic Festival 1997 – World University Games

Ashley Houts

Kelly Miller

1999 – World University Games

Lisa O’Connor

2007 – U21 World Championships 2009 – World University Games

1982 – 1983 – 1985 – 1987 –

2003 – U.S. Youth Development Festival 2007 – Pan American Games

1987 – U.S. Olympic Festival

2005 – U.S. Youth Development Festival

2004 – U.S. Youth Development Festival 2004 – U.S. Junior National Team

Tasha Humphrey Christy Marshall

1983 – 1985 – 1986 – 1987 – 1988 – 1990 – 1991 – 1992 – 1994 – 1996 –

Katrina McClain

National Sports Festival World University Games Goodwill/FIBA World Championships Pan American Games U.S. Olympic Team Goodwill/FIBA World Championships Pan American Games U.S. Olympic Team FIBA World Championships U.S. Olympic Team

Rhonda Mikes

1985 – World University Games

Coco Miller

1999 – World University Games

“The case can be made – and to those who mistakenly think women’s basketball was invented by Sheryl Swoopes in 1993 and perfected by Rebecca Lobo two years later, it should be made – that the growth of the game over the past dozen years is best reflected in the careers of Edwards, who at the (1996) opening ceremonies took the Olympic oath on behalf of all the athletes, and McClain, who helped carry the Olympic flag.” – Alexander Wolff, Sports Illustrated

National Sports Festival National Sports Festival R. William Jones Cup Team World University Games

Tari Phillips

Angel Robinson

Saudia Roundtree

1995 – R. William Jones Cup Team

Adrienne Shuler

1990 – U.S. Select Team

Christi Thomas

2003 – U.S. Young Women National Team

Edwards inducted into U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

Teresa Edwards 1984, ’88, ’92, ’96, ’00 Olympian

Teresa Edwards (above right) delivered a bittersweet acceptance speech during ceremonies inducting her into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame in August 2009. “To accept this honor for me is to say goodbye to the true love of my life,” she said. Edwards is the only basketball player to represent the U.S. in five Olympics and is one of only three American athletes – along with Carl Lewis and Lisa Leslie – to win Gold at four Games. She also hold the unique distinction of being both the youngest (20 in 1984) and oldest (36 in 2000) women’s basketball player to capture Olympic Gold.

Christi Thomas – 2003 21-under World Champs

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Katrina McClain 1988, ’92, ’96 Olympian 197


WNBA Players Georgia Lady Bulldogs have long been prominent figures in the professional ranks, both overseas and in the U.S. All told, 19 Lady Dogs have gone on the play in the WNBA, while more Georgia standouts have competed internationally in professional leagues spanning the globe. Today, Deanna “Tweety” Nolan is the most decorated Georgia alum in the WNBA. She is a perennial All-Star for the two-time WNBA Champion Detroit Shock and was named the MVP of the 2006 WNBA Finals. In 2008, Tasha Humphrey became the Lady Bulldogs’ eighth first-round WNBA Draft pick in the last eight years alone. She was one of seven former Georgia standouts who competed in the WNBA last summer.

Sherill Baker

New york, Los Angeles, Indiana, Detroit

Angie Ball Charlotte

Kara Braxton

Kiesha Brown

Detroit

Washington, Houston, New york, Minnesota, L.A, Connecticut

Tasha Humphrey

Tawana McDonald

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Lady Grooms

Utah, Sacramento 198

Tracy Henderson Cleveland

Kedra Holland-Corn

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Detroit, Washington, Minnesota

Indiana


WNBA Players

Deborah Carter Utah, Washington

Cori Chambers Connecticut

Teresa Edwards Minnesota

Stacy Ford

New york, Sacramento

La’Keshia Frett

Los Angeles, Sacramento, Charlotte, New york

H I S T O R y

Coco Miller

Washington, Atlanta

Kelly Miller

Charlotte, Indiana, Phoenix, Minnesota

Deanna Nolan Detroit

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Adrienne Shuler Washington

Christi Thomas

Los Angeles, Minnesota 199


All-Time Team In conjunction with the 25th season of Lady Bulldog Basketball, former letterwinners selected Georgia’s all-time team. The squad was announced during the “Silver Celebration of Excellence” on Nov. 30, 1997, when more than 80 former players and staff returned to Athens for an NCAA/ABL doubleheader. The afternoon included a 70-67 win by Georgia over Clemson and an Atlanta Glory victory over the Portland Power. The ABL tilt displayed the impact UGA has had in the development of women’s professional basketball in the U.S., with no less than five former Lady Dogs on those ABL rosters. The cast of players chosen was as impressive as the Lady Dogs record during the past quarter-century, with the unit supporting six Olympic Gold Medals, two National Players of the Year, 15 All-America certificates, two SEC Players of the Year and two SEC Tourney MVP Trophies. “That’s a team I’d like to coach,” head coach Andy Landers said. “I’d stack that group up against any 25th anniversary team of any program in the nation.”

Teresa Edwards

5-Time U.S. Olympian

La’Keshia Frett 4-Time All-SEC

Lady Hardmon 3-Time All-SEC

Janet Harris

4-Time All-American

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Tracy Henderson

2-Time H.M. All-America 200

Wanda Holloway UGA-Record 134 Games Played

Bernadette Locke All-America & Academic All-America

Katrina McClain

1987 National Player of year

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Lisa O’Connor

1983 All-American

Saudia Roundtree

1996 National Player of year


In this section...

University of Georgia ................................................202 UGA Facts & Figures ................................................203 2007-08 UGA Athletics Review.................................204 Georgia Head Coaches ............................................204 Ugas I-VII..................................................................205 Andy Landers Basketball Camps .............................206 Scholarship Endowments .........................................207 Vincent J. & Barbara Dooley Scholarship Leon & Vickie Farmer Scholarship Victoria P. Farmer Scholarship Tom & Jeanette Greeson Scholarship Edwina Chastain Johnson Scholarship Mike & Ruth Kooyman Scholarship Andy Landers Scholarship Val Porter Family Scholarship Mary & Jet Russell Scholarship Turner Family Scholarship

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University of Georgia Birthplace Of The U.S. System Of Public Higher Education On January 27, 1785 – just two years after the Revolutionary War and still four years before George Washington’s inauguration as our first President – the Georgia Legislature adopted the charter that created the University of Georgia, making UGA the oldest chartered state university in the nation. Two men who were early leaders of UGA also signed the U.S. Constitution. Abraham Baldwin, who wrote UGA’s charter and was the institution’s first president, and William Few, a member of the Board of Trustees, signed the Constitution on Georgia’s behalf in 1787.

Rankings

U G A

• UGA was 21st in U.S. News & World Report’s 2009 list of the 50 top public universities in America. The rankings are based on such factors as academic reputation, student retention, faculty resources, student selectivity and financial resources. • Kiplinger’s magazine ranks UGA 4th on its list of best values among 100 public colleges and universities in America. Schools on the list—chosen on the basis of academic quality, cost and financial aid—are places that “combine outstanding economic value with a firstclass education,” according to the magazine. • The University libraries, with more than 4 million volumes, are ranked among the nation’s best 113 research libraries in ratings compiled by the Association of Research Libraries. The libraries contain one of the largest map collections in the United States; the main library houses the original Constitution of the Confederate States of America. • The Wall Street Journal included UGA among 16 “Hot Schools” that are drawing increased attention from students and families because of cost, safety and academic quality advantages. • The Financial Times ranks the Terry College Executive • UGA’s graduate program in landscape architecture is MBA program 22nd in the United States and 59th in ranked 3rd in the country and the undergraduate the world. The program’s “Career Progress,” which program is 4th in rankings compiled by Design Intelcalculates graduates’ advancement in seniority and ligence. The programs are in the College of Environthe size of the company they work for now versus ment and Design. the period before they entered the EMBA program, is • U.S. News & World Report ranks the Terry College of ranked third highest nationally and 13th in the world. Business’s MBA program 49th among more than 500 accredited MBA programs in the country. The rankings • U.S. News & World Report ranks the Terry College graduate program in accounting 22nd in a reputational are based on reputation, student selectivity, placement survey. In the annual Survey of Accounting Professors success, faculty resources and research activity. by Public Accounting Report, the college’s Tull School • A 2007 Wall Street Journal ranking of MBA programs of Accounting bachelor’s program was ranked 10th, based on opinions and survey responses of corporate the master’s program was ranked 11th and the Ph.D. recruiters rates the Terry College 34th in the counprogram was ranked 21st. try among schools with regional recruiting patterns. • U.S. News & World Report ranks the Terry graduate Among all U.S. public business schools, the Terry program in management information systems 15th. College ranks 23rd. 202

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• In U.S. News & World Report rankings of undergraduate “Best Business Programs,” the Terry College is tied for 30th among all schools and 18th among public institutions. Other undergraduate rankings include: insurance program, 2nd; real estate program, 3rd; management information systems program, 9th; and accounting program, 18th. • Business Week ranks the Terry College’s undergraduate program 44th among the best business programs in the country, and 15th among public business schools. • The graduate program in UGA’s School of Social Work is tied for 28th in the nation, and is tied for 3rd in the South, in rankings by U.S. News & World Report. • The graduate program in public relations in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication ranked fourth among the nation’s top journalism schools in rankings compiled by U.S. News & World Report. The Grady College graduate program in advertising ranked 5th, and the graduate program in radio/television ranked 12th.

Scholastic Strengths

• UGA students annually receive some of the most prestigious scholarships awarded to American undergraduates. • In 2007, UGA was the only public university to have two recipients of the Rhodes Scholarship, giving UGA a total of 21 Rhodes Scholars in its history. • In the 2007-08 academic year, UGA was the only public university in the country with winners of Rhodes, Truman, Goldwater and Udall scholarships. Other scholarships UGA students have received in recent years include the Marshall (4), Mellon (4) and GatesCambridge (4). • UGA ranks 5th among the top 20 research universities in the number of students studying abroad. Nearly 30 percent of UGA undergraduates are involved in some form of international education each year. Many participate in nearly 170 study abroad and student exchange programs UGA conducts in more than 60 countries. UGA is 2nd in the number of students who travel on short-term study abroad. • Nine active, retired or deceased University faculty members have been elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors an American scientist can attain. • Ten active, retired or deceased faculty members have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation’s most distinguished learned societies.


University of Georgia • Two faculty members have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the highest distinctions in the field of engineering.

• The University’s 257,000-square-foot Fred C. Davison Life Sciences Complex provides state-of-the-art facilities and equipment for the University’s biotechnology program. Scientists in genetics and biochemistry conduct research in recombinant DNA, molecular biology, Outstanding Facilities gene-splicing and other areas of genetic engineering. • UGA’s $43 million Student Learning Center, located in • UGA’s Performing and Visual Arts Complex provides the heart of campus, is one of the largest and most some of the finest facilities in the South for teachtechnologically advanced facilities of its kind. The ing, research and performance in the fine arts. The 206,000-square-foot building, contains 26 classrooms Complex includes the Hodgson School of Music; the with a total of 2,200 seats, 96 small study rooms, an Performing Arts Center, which has a 1,100-seat audielectronic library allows users to electronically access torium for major concerts and musical performances; materials in other university libraries and 500 publicthe Lamar Dodd School of Art, which opened in 2008 access computers. and the Georgia Museum of Art with 9,000 square feet • The 425,000-square-foot Bernard B. and Eugenia A. of exhibition space. Ramsey Student Center for Physical Activities is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive cam- • The University of Georgia is home to the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, the State Museum of Art and pus fitness/exercise facilities and has been rated by the State Museum of Natural History. The Georgia Sports Illustrated as the nation’s best such facility. General Assembly designated the University’s Botani• East Campus Village, a complex of four student resical Garden the State Botanical Garden in 1984. The dence halls and associated amenities located on East General Assembly designated the Georgia Museum of Campus near the Ramsey Center, provides housing Art as the State Museum of Art in 1982. The General for 1,200 students. Living spaces are fully furnished Assembly in 1999 designated the Museum of Natural suites with two or four private bedrooms, kitchens, one History as the State of Georgia Museum of Natural or two bathrooms and a common room. A dining hall, History. commissary, bookstore and an 850-vehicle parking • The Complex Carbohydrate Research Center was credeck also are part of the complex. ated in 1985 as the first facility in the world devoted • The 200,000-square foot Paul D. Coverdell Center for specifically to the study of complex carbohydrates. Biomedical and Health Sciences — named for the Complex carbohydrates play key roles in regulating late senior U.S. senator from Georgia — provides growth, development, cellular communication, gene space for faculty to conduct research in such areas as expression and disease resistance in microbes, plants biomedicine, agriculture, ecology and environmental and animals. sciences, and is the home of UGA’s Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute.

University of Georgia At a glance

Founded:

Jan. 27, 1785 in Savannah, Ga., making the University of Georgia is the oldest chartered state university in America

Location:

Athens, Ga. (approximately 60 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta)

Size:

Main campus ..................................... 615 acres Number of campus buildings ....................... 380 Total Acreage .....42,010 in 32 Georgia counties

Student Body: Fall 2008

Undergraduate ...................... 25,303 Graduate/Professional ............ 8,713 Independent Study..................... 164 Total ......................................34,180 This total includes 513 students at UGA at Gwinnett, 48 at the Tifton Center and 271 at the Buckhead campus.

Student Scholastic Achievement: Fall 2008 Freshman Class...................... 4,799 Average SAT score ................. 1,237 Average GPA ..............................3.8 Annual Budget: $1.3 billion 38 percent provided by the State of Georgia Schools and Colleges: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Ecology, Education, Environment and Design, Family and Consumer Sciences, Forest Resources, Graduate School, Journalism and Mass Communication, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, Public and International Affairs, Social Work, Veterinary Medicine Academic Offerings: 22 Baccalaureate degrees in more than 140 fields 33 Master’s degrees in 123 fields 19 Educational Specialist degrees 4 Doctoral degrees in 89 areas Professional degrees in law, pharmacy, veterinary medicine 170 study-abroad program & exchange programs Total Living Alumni: 253,000

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Overall Record 38-24 12-20 18-14

2008-09 University of Georgia Athletic Results SEC Record 15-15 3-13 7-7

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SEC Postseason Finish Finish 3rd (E) NCAA Regional 6th (E) – 7th NCAA 1st 8th – 4th – CHAMPIONS t-2nd (E) 10th 1st t-3rd 6th 15th 2nd CHAMPIONS 2nd (E) t-17th

Overall Sport Record Softball 47-124 Men’s Swimming & Diving 5-4 Women’s Swimming & Diving 9-0 Men’s Tennis 25-4 Women’s Tennis 27-3 Men’s Indoor Track & Field Women’s Indoor Track & Field Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Volleyball 17-14

SEC Record 18-7 10-1 10-1

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Postseason Finish t-3rd 10th 2nd t-5th t-3rd t-53rd – 11th t-60th –

* Equestrian is not an NCAA sponsored sport. UGA won the Varsity Equestrian Championships.

University of Georgia Head Coaches

Patrick Baker Soccer

Jack Bauerle

Swimming & Diving

Meghan Boenig Equestrian

Manuel Diaz Men’s Tennis

Mark Fox

Men’s Basketball

Chris Haack Men’s Golf

Kelley Hester Women’s Golf

Lu Harris-Champer Softball

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Joel McCartney Volleyball

Wayne Norton Track & Field

David Perno Baseball

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Mark Richt Football

Jeff Wallace

Women’s Tennis

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Uga: The Georgia Mascot Uga VII carries on the great tradition of representing Georgia

Uga (pronounced Ugg-ah), the University of Georgia’s, has established himself as the nation’s most well-known mascot. Uga VII, the current mascot for UGA, was officially introduced during pre-game ceremonies prior to the 2008 season-opening football game against Georgia Southern. Owned by the Frank W. “Sonny” Seiler family of Savannah, Ga., since Uga I first graced the campus in 1956, each Uga is awarded a varsity letter plaque, identical to those presented to UGA athletes. Uga VI, the winningest mascot in the University of Georgia’s history, died on June 27, 2008 from congestive heart failure in his hometown of Savannah, Ga. “He was a good one,” Seiler said. “What can I say? He had a marvelous record. He was a very strong and healthy dog. He was the biggest of all the dogs, and he had the biggest heart. It just played out.” Uga VI, who was only one year old at the time of his coronation, was the biggest of all the mascots weighing in at 65 pounds – more than 20 pounds heavier than his father – and like his forefathers was a solid white English bulldog. One of Uga VI’s first national appearances was a photo with his father and Lady

Uga I

Uga III

The Uga line began with Uga I, born Hood’s Ole Dan. Uga I was given to Cecelia Seiler by a friend, Frank Heard of Columbus. The practice of having Uga wear a red jersey on the sideline at games began during his reign, which lasted from 1956-66.

Uga II

Uga II, born Ole Dan’s Uga, took over at Homecoming, 1966. As he was led to midfield at Sanford Stadium, the student body erupted in a cheer that was picked up by the entire stadium, ‘‘Damn Good Dog!’’ His reign lasted until 1972.

Bulldog twins Coco and Kelly Miller in Sports Illustrated’s college basketball preview edition prior to the 1999-2000 season. “Uga has always been such a strong figure associated the University of Georgia nationwide,” UGA Director of Athletics said. “Uga VI was a damn good mascot and a damn good dog. He was an outstanding representative of our fine institution.” As determined and published by the Pittsburgh Press, Georgia is the only major college that actually buries its mascots within the confines of its football stadium. Epitaphs to the dogs are inscribed in bronze, and before each home game flowers are placed on a statue adjacent to the tombs. Uga’s jerseys are custom-made from the same material used for the football players’ jerseys. Uga is defined by his spiked collar, a symbol of the position which he holds. Uga’s on-field home is a permanent air conditioned doghouse located next to the cheerleaders’ platform, providing comfort in the heat of August and September. Whenever Uga appears at any Georgia event, he instantly draws a crowd generally overshadowing everyone else in attendance.

Uga V

Uga III, born Seiler’s Uga Three, was present for Georgia football’s finest moment as Herschel Walker guided the Bulldogs to the 1980 national championship. Uga III reigned from 1972-80, retiring on the 100th football game of his career.

Uga IV

Uga IV, born Seiler’s Uga Four, appeared at the Heisman Trophy banquet with Herschel Walker in 1982, the first mascot ever invited to the ceremony. Following his reign from 1981-89, Uga IV was declared “Dog of the Decade” by Vince Dooley in 1991. 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

Born Uga IV’s Magillicuddy II and reigning from 199099, Uga V appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, which proclaimed him the nation’s best college mascot. Uga V also appeared in Clint Eastwood’s “Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil.”

Uga VI

Uga VI, born Uga V’s Watchagot Loran, represented UGA from 1999-08. Georgia captured 19 of its 35 national titles under his watch. Uga VI was featured in an Emmy-winning episode of Turner South’s Liars and Legends and as part of a segment on NBC Nightly News.

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Camps are something near and dear to my heart. A large part of what I know about the game of basketball is information I learned while taking part in camps – both as a participant and a coach. I’ve dedicated myself to making my camps as enjoyable and knowledgeable as possible for players and teams at every level. – Andy Landers

Individual Camp (June 6-9) Position Camp (June 13-14) Shooting Camp (June 15-16) Combo Camp (June 13-16) Team Camp (June 18-20) Elite Camp (TBD)

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Endowed Scholarships Ensuring The Future Of UGA Athletics

In an effort to permanently fund UGA student-athlete scholarships, the University of Georgia Athletic Association founded the Athletic Scholarship Endowment Program. The Endowment Program allows friends of the Athletic Association to invest in the educational opportunities of our deserving student-athletes through endowing a named scholarship for $150,000. The Athletic Association does not receive University, State or Federal funding to cover the full costs of in-state and out of state student-athlete scholarships. The interest generated from the endowment is critical in offsetting the scholarship costs for our current student-athletes. As the costs of higher education escalate, building a strong endowment is crucial to enhancing the lives of our studentathletes while preparing them for life beyond athletics. Contact the Athletic Association at 877-GA-DAWGS today to learn more about endowment opportunities for one of UGA’s 21 varsity sports. All Athletic Scholarship Endowment Donors are invited to an annual dinner where they have the opportunity to connect with the recipient of their scholarship. To date, more than 200 scholarships have been endowed. Currently seven endowed scholarships are awarded annually to Lady Bulldog Basketball players. Funds from the Turner Family Scholarship, which endowed several scholarships in several sports, are now directed toward overall facility improvements for UGA Athletics. The Mike and Ruth Kooyman Scholarship was redirected to the men’s basketball program.

Vincent J. & Barbara Dooley Scholarship Endowment

1996-97 – Tiffany Walker 1997-98 – Latrese Bush 1998-99 – Kelly Miller 1999-00 – Kiesha Brown 2000-01 – Mary Beth Lycett 2001-02 – Camille Murphy 2002-03 – Mary Beth Lycett 2003-04 – Ebony Felder 2004-05 – Jessica Pierce 2005-06 – Alexis Kendrick 2006-07 – Cori Chambers 2007-08 – Megan Darrah 2008-09 – Danielle Taylor 2009-10 – Ebony Jones

Leon & Vickie Farmer Scholarship Endowment

Andy Landers Scholarship Endowment

2003-04 – Alexis Kendrick 2004-05 – Sherill Baker 2006-07 – Tasha Humphrey 2007-08 – Tasha Humphrey 2008-09 – Ashley Houts 2009-10 – Ashley Houts

2006-07 – Jaleesa Rhoden 2007-08 – Maria Taylor 2008-09 – Jasmine Lee 2009-10 – Jasmine James

Ashley Houts Val Porter Family Scholarship Endowment

Victoria P. Farmer Scholarship Endowment

1998-99 – Kiesha Brown 1999-00 – Coco Miller 2000-01 – Tina Taylor 2001-02 – Tawana McDonald 2002-03 – Sherill Baker 2003-04 – Christi Thomas 2004-05 – Alexis Kendrick 2005-06 – Cori Chambers 2006-07 – Megan Darrah 2007-08 – Angel Robinson 2008-09 – Porsha Phillips 2009-10 – Jasmine Hassell

Jasmine Hassell

Tom & Jeanette Greeson Scholarship Endowment

1998-99 – Coco Miller 1999-00 – Kelly Miller 2000-01 – Camille Murphy 2001-02 – Mary Beth Lycett 2002-03 – Christi Thomas 2003-04 – Marquita Driskell 2004-05 – Cori Chambers 2005-06 – Angel Robinson 2006-07 – Ashley Houts 2007-08 – Lindsey Moss 2008-09 – Angel Robinson 2009-10 – Angel Robinson

Jasmine James

Angel Robinson

Turner Family Scholarship Endowment

2007-08 – Ashley Houts 2008-09 – Jaleesa Rhoden 2009-10 – Jaleesa Rhoden

2002-03 – Ebony Felder 2005-06 – Megan Darrah 2003-04 – Katie Frye 2006-07 – Angel Robinson 2004-05 – Rebecca Rowsey

Mike & Ruth Kooyman Scholarship Endowment

Jaleesa Rhoden Edwina Chastain Johnson Scholarship Endowment

Ebony Jones

2000-01 – Kiesha Brown 2001-02 – Tameiko Washington 2002-03 – Katie Frye 2003-04 – Sherill Baker 2004-05 – Katie Frye 2005-06 – Sara Kate Greene 2006-07 – Christy Marshall 2007-08 – Christy Marshall 2008-09 – Angela Puleo 2009-10 – Tamika Willis

2003-04 – Tina Taylor 2004-05 – Janese Hardrick 2005-06 – Tasha Humphrey 2006-07 – Rebecca Rowsey 2007-08 – Rebecca Rowsey 2008-09 – Meredith Mitchell

Meredith Mitchell

Mary & Jet Russell Women’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment

Tamika Willis

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In recognition of their longtime support for the Georgia Bulldogs, Mary and Jet Russell of Griffin, Georgia have established two scholarship endowments benefitting a student-athlete on the football team and women’s basketball team. 207

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Andy Landers calls Bernadette Locke Mattox the “First Lady of Georgia Basketball” — and for good reason. When Landers was hired in 1979, one of his first and critical successes was to entice Locke, a driven guard who played for him at Roane State College and who had Tennessee roots similar to his own, to venture with him to Athens. Locke set a standard for future generations to emulate, both on and off the floor. She became the first Lady Bulldog basketball player to earn All-America and Academic All-America honors and she was the first female student-athlete in the University of Georgia’s history to garner both of those accolades. Locke’s Lady Bulldog legend was furthered in 2009 when she was inducted into UGA’s Circle of Honor, the highest recognition a former Georgia student-athlete can receive.

Where we’ve been... Where we are... Lady Bulldog Basketball’s association with USA Basketball is as deep and storied as any program in the nation. All told, 25 Georgia players have taken part in more than 40 national and international competitions wearing the Red, White and Blue. Ashley Houts wrote the latest chapter in that relationship during the summer of 2009. Houts secured her second international Gold Medal in three summers by helping the U.S. National Team win the World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. She played an integral role in the Americans’ undefeated run to the top of the medals podium, averaging 8.3 points per game. Houts also won Gold as the only rising sophomore on the U.S. team that won the FIBA U21 World Championships in 2007.


Celebrating SuCC SuCC CCeeSS SSeeS Tradition Always Graduates Andy Landers’ 54 four-year letterwinners in his 30 seasons at Georgia now own 55 degrees from UGA, making his graduation rate an almost unfathomable 102 percent! In 2009, Kedra Holland-Corn and Lady Grooms returned to Athens and completed what they started academically. “I thought very briefly about finishing up overseas or in another place,” HollandCorn admitted. “But there was something about it. I didn’t want to get my degree from anywhere else. I wanted to say that I’m a Georgia grad.” “Basketball at Georgia was all about working hard,” Grooms said. “That was instilled by Coach Landers. We were taught to never quit, to always finish at the end.” In fact, fifth-year senior Angel Robinson already has her diploma. She received her bachelor’s in Child & Family Development in 2009 and is currently pursuing a master’s in Adult Education.

Where we’re headed...

Where we’ll always be...

The Game’s Greatest Says Goodbye Teresa Edwards capped her career during a poetic and bittersweet speech saying farewell to the game at ceremonies inducting her into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame in 2009. “Coach Landers from UGA, I never tire of telling you how grateful I am for your help paving my way and I can’t say thank you enough to everybody at the University of Georgia and to all the great players I ran up and down the court with there.” “To accept this honor this evening forces me to say goodbye to the love of my life. Basketball is the treasure of my heart, my secret joy. I played with such passion it became my toy. You see, it never once let me down when I needed it. It never judged me when I didn’t. It never loved me for winning or hated me for losing. It was never jealous when I took a break or envious when I walked away. It didn’t punish me for being too young nor did it desert me for being too old. It wasn’t prejudice when I used my muscles to play like a boy. It wasn’t offended when I used my charm to play like a girl.”

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