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Krista

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BARBEE


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JAMES

» In 2013, Georgia had three players selected in the same professional draft for the third time since 1997.

» Georgia has now had 16 WNBA draft picks over the past 13 years.

» Of those 16 picks, 15 earned WNBA regular-season roster positions.

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» 24 Lady Bulldogs have gone on to

earn regular-season roster spots in the WNBA.

» Georgia ranks No. 4 nationally with eight first-round WNBA draft picks since 1999.

» Georgia ranks No. 3 nationally

with 19 total WNBA draft picks since 1999.

» The SEC leads the nation with

47 first-round WNBA draft picks since 1999, 11 more than any other league.

» All 14 SEC schools have

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table of contents Lady Bulldog Basketball

Table of Contents....................................................................... 2-3 Why Georgia.............................................................................. 4-5 Athens, Ga. ................................................................................ 6-7 The University of Georgia......................................................... 8-9 Winning Tradition....................................................................10-11 Campus Life........................................................................... 12-13 Off The Floor........................................................................... 14-15 UGA Athletics......................................................................... 16-17 Lady Bulldog Staff................................................................. 18-19 Stegeman Coliseum & Practice Facility............................... 20-21 Media Exposure..................................................................... 22-23 Academic Success................................................................. 24-25 Media Information................................................................. 26-27 Radio Network / Media Outlets.................................................. 28 Stegeman Coliseum................................................................... 29 Radio/TV Spotter’s Chart............................................................ 30 2013-14 Georgia Rosters............................................................ 31 Career Highs................................................................................ 32 The Last Time.............................................................................. 33 Opponent SIDs............................................................................ 34 Schedule & Travel Itinerary........................................................ 35 Outlook................................................................................... 36-37 Preseason Notebook.................................................................. 38

Personnel

No. 20 Shacobia Barbee bio................................................. 66-67 No. 21 Kaelyn Causwell bio.................................................. 68-69 No. 23 Halle Washington bio..................................................... 70 No. 24 Marjorie Butler bio..................................................... 71-72 No. 31 Erika Ford bio............................................................. 73-74

2013-14 Opponents

Presbyterian, Mercer & Ohio State........................................... 76 Furman, Georgia Tech & S.C. State........................................... 77 Georgia State Tournament history, George Washington & Georgia State................................... 78 Jacksonville State, Belmont & Kennesaw State....................... 79 Lipscomb, Rutgers & Illinois...................................................... 80 Vandebilt & Tennessee................................................................ 81 Missouri & Texas A&M............................................................... 82 Arkansas & Florida..................................................................... 83 Alabama & Kentucky.................................................................. 84 Mississippi State & Ole Miss..................................................... 85 LSU & Auburn............................................................................. 86 South Carolina & Career stats vs. SEC Opponents.................. 87 SEC Tournament & NCAA Tournament..................................... 88

2012-13 Recap

Season Notebook.................................................................. 90-91 Overall/SEC Individual Stats & Double Digits.......................... 92 Home, Road & Neutral Individual Stats.................................... 93 Game-by-Game Results............................................................. 94 Single Game Superlatives......................................................... 95 Game-by-Game Team Stats.................................................. 96-97 SEC Standings & SEC Team Stats............................................. 98 SEC Tournament & SEC Individual Stats.................................. 99 Box Scores......................................................................... 100-104

History

Georgia Basketball Timeline............................................. 106-107 Individual Records.................................................................... 108 Team Records/Opponent Records........................................... 109 Stegeman Coliseum Records...................................................110 Individual Game, Season, Career Top-10s.........................111-115 Class-by-Class Individual Top-5s...............................................116 Single-Game Team Top-10s.......................................................117 Opponent Single-Game Top-5s.................................................118 Team Season Top-10s, Scoring Margins, OT games.....................................................119 1,000-point scorers............................................................ 120-122 Year-by-Year Results, All-time head coaches.......................... 123 Season-by-Season Results................................................ 124-141 Records vs. All Opponents & Conferences...................... 144-143 Series Results vs. All Opponents...................................... 144-154 Annual Statistical Leaders................................................ 155-157 Season-by-Season Team Statistics................................... 158-159 SEC & NCAA Statistical Leaders............................................. 160 Rankings in SEC & NCAA Records.......................................... 161 Results vs. Ranked Opponents................................................ 162 Week-by-Week Polls........................................................... 163-165 Holiday Tournament Results............................................. 166-167 SEC Tournament Results................................................... 168-169 NCAA Tournament Results................................................ 170-171 Televised Games................................................................ 172-173 Championship Teams........................................................ 174-179 All-Time Letterwinners............................................................. 180 All-Time Jersey Numbers........................................................ 181 All-Time Letterwinners Stats............................................ 182-185 Honor Roll.......................................................................... 186-198 All-Time Team............................................................................ 199 WNBA Players....................................................................200-202 Overseas Professional Players................................................ 203 USA Basketball.................................................................. 204-205 UGA Athletics............................................................................ 206 Endowed Scholarships............................................................. 207

Andy Landers bio.................................................................. 40-41 Andy Landers by the numbers.................................................. 42 Joni Crenshaw bio...................................................................... 43 Angie Johnson bio..................................................................... 44 Robert Mosley bio...................................................................... 45 Meredith Mitchell bio................................................................. 46 Support Staff bios.................................................................. 47-50 Administration bios............................................................... 51-52 No. 1 Khaalidah Miller bio.................................................... 53-55 No. 2 Sydnei McCaskill bio........................................................ 56 No. 3 Tiaria Griffin bio........................................................... 57-58 No. 4 Hannahkohl Almire bio..................................................... 59 Credits/Acknowledgements No. 10 Samantha Glodis bio...................................................... 60 The 2013-14 Georgia Lady Bulldog Basketball Media Guide was produced with Adobe InDesign Desktop Publishing. The publication was deNo. 11 Pachis Roberts bio........................................................... 61 No. 13 Merritt Hempe bio...................................................... 62-63 signed, written and edited by UGA associate SID Mike Mobley, with much-appreciated assistance from Matthew Pearce, Jenny Moss, Michael No. 15 Krista Donald bio....................................................... 64-65 Terry, Brittany Adams, Nick Daly, Ann Drinkard, Houston Gaines, Foster Lander, Anne Nolan and Jack Ryan. Outside covers, inside front cover Additional copies of this guide are available for $15 from the UGA Sports Communications office or by mailing a check for $18 made payable to UGA Athletics to: UGA Sports Communications; P.O. Box 1472; Athens, GA 30606.

and recruiting section design by The Adsmith of Athens. Printing by Ebsco Media of Birmingham, Ala. Outside cover photography by Cassie Wright. Additional photography from: Ben Clark, Steven Colquitt, Ashley Connell, Keith Currie, Donovan Eason, Dan Evans, Phillip Faulkner, Joel Gibson, Steve Guyer, Travis Hatfield, Becky Hay, John Kelley, David Marck, Ted Mayer, Amanda C. Melton, Perry McIntyre, Erin McCall, Parker Moore, Elizabeth Olivier, Meredith Page, Daniel Shirey, Evan Stichler, Scott Trubey, Dylan Wilson, Dale Zanine, NCAA Photos, WNBA Photos, UGA Photographic Services and USA Basketball.

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Table of contents Media Guide Index

25th-Season Anniversary All-Time Team.....................................199 1,000-point scorers............................................................... 120-121 Awards....................................................................................186-198 Bios, Players.............................................................................. 53-74 Career Highs................................................................................... 32 Championship Teams.............................................................174-179 Coaches, all-time...........................................................................123 Coaches, Assistants .................................................................. 43-46 Endowed Scholarships................................................................ 207 Game-by-Game Results, 2012-13.................................................. 96 Holiday Tournament Results................................................. 166-167 Individual Game, Season & Career Leaders.........................111-115 Individual Records........................................................................108 Jersey Numbers............................................................................181 Landers, Andy ........................................................................... 40-42 Last Time, The................................................................................. 33 Letterwinners, all-time..................................................................180 Letterwinners Stats............................................................... 182-185 Margins of Victory & Defeat......................................................... 119 Media Information.................................................................... 24-26 NCAA Tournament Results................................................... 170-171 Opponent information.............................................................. 78-88 Outlook, 2013-14........................................................................ 36-37 Overtime Games........................................................................... 119 Poll History............................................................................. 162-165 Pre-Season Notebook, 2013-14..................................................... 38 Professional Players.............................................................. 200-203 Radio Network / Media Outlet....................................................... 28 Radio/TV Spotter’s Chart............................................................... 30 Recap, 2012-13........................................................................... 90-91 Records Class........................................................................................... 116 Team, Opponent & Stegeman.......................................... 109-110 Team Season ............................................................................ 119 Team Single-Game................................................................... 117 Opponent Single-Game........................................................... 118 Records vs. All Opponents & Conferences..........................142-143 Results vs. All Opponents..................................................... 144-154 Rosters, 2013-14............................................................................. 31 Season-by-Season Results................................................... 124-141 Schedule, 2013-14.....................................................................3 & 35 SEC Statistics & Results, 2012-13............................................. 98-99 SEC Tournament Results....................................................... 168-169 SID Directory.................................................................................. 34 Statistical Leaders, Annual................................................... 155-157 Statistics Individual, 2012-13.................................................... 92-93 Stegeman Coliseum....................................................................... 29 Table of Contents.......................................................................... 2-3 Televised Games................................................................... 172-173 Travel Itinerary, 2013-14................................................................. 35 USA Basketball...................................................................... 205-206 WNBA Players....................................................................... 200-202

2013-14 Georgia Lady Bulldog Basketball Schedule Day Date Opponent

Location TV Time

Sun. Nov. 10 Presbyterian Athens 2:00 Thurs. Nov. 14 Mercer Athens 7:00 Sun. Nov. 17 Ohio State Athens 2:00 Tues. Nov. 19 Furman Athens 7:00 Sun. Nov. 24 Georgia Tech Athens 2:00 Tues. Nov. 26 S.C. State Athens 7:00 Fri. Nov. 29 & vs. George Washington Atlanta, Ga. 4:30 Sun. Dec. 1 & vs. Georgia St./Jacksonville St. Atlanta, Ga. 12:30 or 2:30 Thurs. Dec. 12 at Belmont Nashville, Tenn. 7:00 Sun. Dec. 15 Kennesaw State Athens CSS 2:00 Tue. Dec. 17 Lipscomb Athens 7:00 Sat. Dec. 21 at Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J. 2:00 Sat. Dec. 28 Illinois Athens CSS 4:00 Thur. Jan. 2 * at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. CSS 9:00 Sun. Jan. 5 * Tennessee Athens SPSO 4:00 Thur. Jan. 9 * at Missouri Columbia, Mo. 8:00 Sun. Jan. 12 * Texas A&M Athens SEC TV 2:00 Thur. Jan. 16 * Arkansas Athens CSS 7:00 Sun. Jan. 19 * at Florida Gainesville, Fla. CSS 1:00 Sun. Jan. 26 * at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. CSS 3:00 Thur. Jan. 30 * Kentucky Athens SPSO 9:00 Sun. Feb. 2 * at Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. CSS 3:00 Sun. Feb. 9 * Ole Miss Athens 2:00 Thur. Feb. 13 * at Texas A&M College Station, Texas 8:00 Sun. Feb. 16 * Florida Athens ESPNU 1:00 Thur. Feb. 20 * LSU Athens 7:00 Sun. Feb. 23 * at Auburn Auburn, Ala. 3:00 Thur. Feb. 27 * at South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 7:00 Sun. March 2 * Mississippi State Athens SPSO 1:00 Wed.-Sun. March 5-9 SEC Tournament Duluth, Ga. Sat.-Tues. March 22-25 NCAA First/Second Rounds 16 pre-determined sites Sat.-Tues March 29-April 1 NCAA Regionals (Lincoln, Neb.; Louisville, Ky.; Notre Dame, Ind.; Stanford, Calif.) Sun./Tues. April 6 & 8 Final Four Nashville, Tenn.

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& GSU Thanksgiving Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) * Denotes SEC games All times are EASTERN and subject to change

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he University of Georgia and Lady Bulldog Basketball provide a unique opportunity like no other. Three

primary factors merge seamlessly to create the ultimate student-athlete experience. Athens is universally known as one of the country’s premier college towns. The University is traditionally ranked as a top-20 public institution. And Lady Bulldog Basketball has been a preeminent leader in women’s basketball for more than three decades.

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Why Georgia

UGA’s Rankings Year

NACDA

USN&WR

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

No. 3 No. 8 No. 15 No. 5 No. 7 No. 9 No. 12 No. 10 No. 18 No. 20 No. 20 No. 18 No. 10

No. 20 No. 18 No. 18 No. 20 No. 19 No. 19 No. 21 No. 20 No. 21 No. 18 No. 23 No. 21 No. 20

NACDA is annual finishes in the NACDA Director's Cup, the all-sports rankings compiled by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. USN&WR is ranking among U.S. public universities nationally in the annual rankings compiled by U.S. News & World Report.

Locating Athens

• Athens is 70 miles Northeast of Atlanta, a distance far enough away to provide the city with its own unique identity but also close enough that “the ATL” and all it has to offer is just a short drive away. • Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, which is less than 90 minutes from Athens, has been ranked as the world’s busiest airport every year since 1998. • With flights to more than 150 U.S. destinations, 80 percent of the U.S. population is within a two-hour flight of Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

• Hartsfield-Jackson Airport also offers flights to more than 50 countries. • The Mall of Georgia, one of the 15 largest malls in the U.S., is just a one-hour drive from Athens. • Athens is five hours or less from popular beach destinations such as Hilton Head, Tybee Island and St. Simons Island. • The mountains of Northeast Georgia are less than a two-hour drive from Athens.

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Athens, GA

Consummate College Town 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.

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In 2013, Jason Aldean hosted the first concert ever at UGA’s Sanford Stadium, drawing more than 65,000 fans…and Ludacris for a cameo.

ranking athens Best College Sports Towns

Hot College Music Scenes

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Madison, Wisconsin

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Emmy-award winner Kyle Chandler & two-thirds of the Grammy-winning group Lady Antebellum attended UGA.

• No. 1 “Campus Life” – Bloomberg BusinessWeek • No. 1 “Small City for Relocating Families” – Worldwide Employee Relocation Council • No. 1 “Top 10 Cities With the Best Music Scenes Outside of Nashville NYC and LA” – Livability.com • No. 2 “Top 10 College Towns” – Livability.com • No. 2 “Best Long Weekend Escape” – GO Magazine • No. 2 “Top 10 College Towns: Great Cities for School & Life After Graduation” – Livability.com

• No. 3 “America’s Best College Towns” – Independent Traveler.com • No. 4 “Top 6 College Towns that Make Us say ‘Wow!’” – University Language Services • No. 5 “Top College Towns” – BrilliantTrips.com • No. 7 “Great College Towns” – The Princeton Review • No. 7 “15 Great Underpriced College Towns” – U.S. News and World Report • No. 10 “Top College Towns” – Away.com

Athens’ ever-thriving music scene fostered world-wide megabands such as R.E.M. and the B-52s. Historic venues such as the Georgia Theatre and the 40-Watt Club make Athens a must-stop for a wide variety of emerging and established stars from Taylor Swift to Snoop Dogg.

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The University of Georgia

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he University of Georgia is the birthplace of public higher education in the United States of America. UGA was chartered on Jan. 27, 1785, two years before the U.S. Constitution was signed and four years before George Washington was inaugurated as our first President. More than 225 years later, the University remains a national leader in academics. Today, it’s difficult to decide which is more impressive – the University’s diversity of degree offerings or those program’s

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rankings. UGA features more than 140 majors in its 17 schools and colleges. Individual degree programs in business, education, journalism, landscape architecture, law, math, public affairs, pharmacy, social work and veterinary medicine all rank among the top-25 nationally. Lady Bulldogs players have made the most of that wealth of academic opportunities. All four-year letterwinners under Andy Landers have received a diploma from UGA.

• No. 20 public university in America – USN&WR • Among 16 “Hot Schools” – Wall Street Journal • No. 1 in Insurance & Risk Management – USN&WR • No. 3 in Real Estate – USN&WR • No. 3 in Secondary Education – USN&WR • No. 3 in Vocational/Technical Education – USN&WR • No. 3 in Elementary Education – USN&WR • No. 4 in Public Administration – USN&WR • No. 4 in Public Relations – USN&WR • No. 5 in Advertising – USN&WR • No. 7 in Landscape Architecture – Design Intelligence • No. 10 in Accounting – Public Accounting Report • No. 12 in Radio/Television – USN&WR • No. 12 in Veterinary Medicine – USN&WR • No. 13 in African American law students – Journal of Blacks in High Education • No. 18 in Public university Business Schools – Bloomberg Business Week • No. 23 in Public university MBA – Wall Street Journal • No. 22 in Pharmacy – USN&WR • No. 23 in African American degrees in biological and biomedical sciences – Diverse Issues in Higher Ed • No. 28 School of Law – USN&WR USN&WR=U.S. News & World Report


The University of Georgia

Deborah Roberts

Ryan Seacrest

Alton Brown

Keith Robinson

Josh Hallaway

Deborah Norville

Ernie Johnson

Wayne Knight

Robert IronE Singleton

» UGA is tied for 20th in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 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 9th of 100 on its list of best values among 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 and an affordable price tag,” according to the magazine.

Luke Bryan

FAMOUS FANS

National Status

FAMOUS CLASSMATES

Kyle Chandler

Samuel L. Jackson

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Winning: It’s All We Do

A Milestone(s) Campaign

hen Andy Landers took the reins of the Lady

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Bulldogs in 1979, the University of Georgia arguably wasn’t one of the four best

women’s basketball programs in the state. Four short years later, UGA skyrocketed to the forefront of the national scene when the Lady Bulldogs advanced to the 1983 Final Four. Georgia Basketball has consistently maintained its position among the most prominent programs in the nation for three decades. It’s difficult to locate a list of national leaders without finding Georgia included within the top 10. The most telling signs of the Lady Bulldogs’ consistency can be found on both a weekly and annual basis. Georgia has been ranked in 498 editions of the Associated Press top-25 poll, a tally that ranks No. 2 nationally. In addition, the Lady Bulldogs have secured bids to 30 of 32 editions of the NCAA Tournament, a mark that also is No. 2 all-time.

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The 2012-13 season featured a pair of memorable victories for Andy Landers, the first – and still only – full-time head coach in the history of Lady Bulldog Basketball. The Lady Bulldogs’ Nov. 20 victory over Savannah State represented Andy Landers’ 800th win at UGA. He became just the eighth coach – men’s or women’s – to secure 800 victories at one Division I school. Georgia’s victory at Ole Miss on Feb. 24 represented the 900th win in Andy Landers’ career as a collegiate head coach. Landers became just the fourth women’s coach to reach that milestone, joining Pat Summitt, Jody Conradt and Sylvia Hatchell.


Winning: It’s All We Do

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Campus Life

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of amenities to create one of the premier college campus communities in the world. The University’s centuries-old roots are located in historic North Campus adjacent to downtown. The constantly expanding East campus has developed a thriving identity of its own, with apartmentstyle dorms, a massive dining hall that is annually ranked among the nation’s best and the Ramsey Student Center, which was judged by Sports Illustrated to be the finest such facility in the land.

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Campus Life

2x2 Floor Plan 4x2 Floor Plan

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Off the Court

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he Lady Bulldogs are embraced throughout Athens and the state of Georgia. The team also regularly

visits community centers, schools and hospitals. Locally, the team takes part in activities to improve the sense of community in Athens. The Lady Bulldogs annually raise funds to purchase bicycles and safety helmets for worthy children in December and then assemble those bikes before they’re distributed. More than 250 bikes have been built and given away over the past six years.

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Off the Court

» Shannon Dolezal served as athletic trainer for the Gold Medal-winning U.S. National Team at the 2011 World University Games in China.

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eak competitive performance by the Lady Bulldogs transcends the basketball court to Georgia’s superb athletic training and

strength & conditioning programs. Shannon Dolezal, the team’s athletic trainer, has a growing reputation as one of the nation’s premier representatives in her field. She has accepted invitations to work with the U.S. Olympic Committee, USA Basketball and USA Field Hockey. Josh Rucci, who coordinates the Lady Bulldogs’ strength & conditioning efforts, has a stellar resume as well, with experience working with the NBA’s Chicago Bulls before arriving in Athens.

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UGA Athletics…Success on every Level

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he University of Georgia's Athletic programs have a long and storied history of success. Georgia has cap-

tured team national championships in nine different sports, with seven of those sports earning national titles since 1999.

Georgia Pros

Uga in 2012-13 Team Women’s Swimming & Diving Equestrian Men’s Tennis Football Women’s Basketball Women’s Tennis Women’s Gymnastics Men’s Swimming & Diving Women’s Indoor Track & Field Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Softball Men’s Indoor Track & Field Men’s Cross Country Men’s Golf Women’s Cross Country Women’s Golf Men’s Outdoor Track & Field

NCAA Finish 1st 2nd* 3rd 4th 5th 5th 6th 10th 10th 11th 17th 18th 19th 19th 30th 28th 49th

Finishes are from NCAA Championships and used in NACDA Director’s Cup. * Equestrian is not an NCAA sport and competes in the National Collegiate Equestrian Championships

Nearly 30 present and past Georgia athletes competed during the London 2012 Olympics. Allison Schmitt and Shannon Vreeland represented half of the U.S. 800-meter relay team that captured a gold medal…and then returned to Athens to lead the Bulldogs to an NCAA title in 2013. Four-time Olympic shot putter Reese Hoffa captured a bronze.

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• 20 Lady Bulldogs have been selected in the 17 editions of the WNBA Draft, including eight first-round selections. • 18 of 20 UGA WNBA draft picks have gone on to make opening-day rosters. • Former Lady Dogs have 104 seasons of WNBA experience, 59 Play-off appearances and eight WNBA Championship rings. • In 2012, 35 former Bulldogs secured spots on opening-day NFL rosters, which ranked fourth nationally. • In the last nine years, 26 former Dogs have helped their teams reach the Super Bowl, including Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward. • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was the No. 8 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. • John Isner, currently the top American tennis player, won the longest match in the sport’s history which included a 70-68 fifth set.

how ‘bout them dogs! Across the board, Georgia’s athletic teams traditionally rank among the nation’s best. UGA has finished in the top-25 of the all-sports NACDA Director’s Cup each of the past 15 years, including a runner-up finish in 1999. Since 1999, UGA has captured 18 team and 110 individual NCAA Championships.


UGA Athletics‌Success on every Level

Bubba Watson

John Isner

Hines Ward

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Bulldog athletes are prominent professionals in numerous sports, including football players A.J. Green and Hines Ward, tennis player John Isner and golfer Bubba Watson, who is married to former Lady Bulldog Angie Ball, and served as a guest coach for a nationally televised win over LSU.

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he Georgia staff features a quintet tirelessly dedicated to the Lady Bulldogs and the game of basketball itself. Andy Landers ranks among the sport's all-time great

coaches and during the 2012-13 season won both his 800th win at UGA and his 900th career victory. Joni Crenshaw has proven to possess a quality that is key to the success of Georgia Basketball – identifying talent and then developing those individuals to their fullest potential. Angie Johnson brought nearly two decades of success – as well as her infectious personality and enthusiasm – from the Big Ten and ACC when she joined Georgia Basketball in the summer of 2012. Robert Mosley also arrived in Athens in 2012 after transitioning to the college game from relatively unparalleled results at the prep level. He possesses the unique perspective of producing more than 20 college players in just seven seasons before

Joni Crenshaw

spending two years on the staff at Alabama. Off the court, Meredith Mitchell, an All-SEC Defensive performer and fourtime member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll, completed her Master’s degree in 2013 and joined the Lady Bulldog staff as Director of Operations in the summer.

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Basketball Staff

Meredith Mitchell

Angie Johnson Robert Mosley

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Our House

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he recent upgrades to Stegeman Coliseum – the addition of the nation's largest practice facility and the 21st century facelift to the arena itself – have turned the historic venue

into the crown jewel for Georgia Basketball. In 2007, the Lady Bulldogs moved into their $30-million, 120,000-square-foot practice facility. The term state-of-the-art is often overused; however, it’s difficult to argue that UGA’s efforts aren’t just that judging from the long list of schools who have toured the facility planning to emulate its design and functionality. In 2010, Stegeman Coliseum enjoyed a $12-million renovation that added 10,000 square feet of concourse space while also installing an extensive graphics package highlighting players of the past and present.

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Our House

Christi Thomas (2000-2004) “I played in the WNBA for seven years. The locker room, lounge and practice gym that they have at Georgia is as nice as anything I ever saw in the league.�

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he Lady Bulldogs receive maximum media exposure, annually ranking among the nation’s most-televised

teams while also being covered daily by a top-10 market in Atlanta. Georgia has appeared on television nearly 400 times over the past 30 years, including more than 250 in the past 18 seasons alone. Of late, the Lady Bulldogs have become more and more popular in TV selections. Georgia has enjoyed double-digit televised dates during 17 of the past 18 seasons. In 2010-11, a school-record 20 Lady Bulldog games aired on television.

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Academic Success

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hat’s better than a graduation rate of 100 percent? How about 105 percent!

At the end of Fall semester 2013, each and every fouryear letterwinner – all 64 of them – during Andy Landers’ tenure in Athens will have received their degrees from the University of Georgia. In fact, two players – Tina Taylor and Jaleesa Rhoden – acquired multiple diplomas while they were eligible. Awarding “extra credit” for the additional degrees earned during their eligibility provides those 64 letterwinners with 67 diplomas… a success rate of 105 percent.

Dr. Carla Green Williams is now UGA’s Senior Associate AD and Senior Woman Administrator. She still ranks among the Lady Bulldogs' top-10 career leaders in assists and steals.

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Teresa Edwards already had two Olympic Gold Medals when she received her degree from the University of Georgia in 1989. After her fifth and final Summer Games in Sydney, Edwards returned to Athens as the Commencement Speaker for the fall 2000 graduation ceremonies.


Academic Success

Rankin Smith Academic Center Features:

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

» Tina Taylor enjoyed a fruitful six years of eligibility in Athens due to injuries. Taylor earned her bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the prestigious Terry College of Business in four years, added a second bachelor’s in Finance in her fifth year and earned a master’s in Accounting in her final year.

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Media Information UGA Sports Communications Phone (706) 542-1621 Fax (706) 542-9339

Sr. Associate AD/SCD Claude Felton

Associate Directors

Leland Barrow, Steve Colquitt, Tim Hix, Christopher Lakos, Mike Mobley (WBB Contact),

Assistant Directors Ben Beaty, Kate Burkholder, Jen Galas

Publications Coordinator Karlene Lawrence

Office Manager Karen Huff

Graduate Assistants Brittany Adams, David Pifer, Michael Terry

Intern

Matthew Pearce

Staff Photographer John Kelley

Student Assistants

Caitlin Connell, Nick Daly, Melanie Dark, Luke Dixon, Ann Drinkard, Brandon Estroff, Houston Gaines, Michelle Hartigan, Foster Lander, Brooke McCoy, Allison Miller, Anne Noland, Jack Ryan, Preston Smith

Student Photographer Sean Taylor

Media covering Lady Bulldog Basketball in need of assistance beyond this brochure – interviews, credentials, photography, etc. – should contact: Mike Mobley, Associate SCD UGA Sports Communications email: mmobley@sports.uga.edu Mail Address Overnight Address One Selig Circle P.O. Box 1472 Athens, Ga. 30603 Athens, Ga. 30605 Office Phone: (706) 542-1621 Cell Phone: (706) 540-7486 Home Phone: (706) 548-0858 Press Row Phone: (706) 542-8052 Fax Phone: (706) 542-9339

Interview Schedule

Mobley

Working Credentials

Credentials for members of the media to all regular-season home games can be obtained through the Sports Communications Office. Beat writers and photographers will be issued a single pass for the entire season. Requests, in writing, for single-game credentials should be made through Mike Mobley.

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.

SEC Tourney Credentials

Credentials to the 2014 Southeastern Conference Tournament, March 5-9 at the Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga., can be requested through www.secsportsmedia.com. All credential requests will approved/denied by the SEC via this process.

Most interviews will be conducted in the Lady Bulldogs’ practice gym.

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Contributing photographers: Dale Zanine, Steven Colquitt, Wes Blakenship, Ashley Connell, Keith Currie, 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, Evan Stichler, Ashley Strickland, Scott Trubey, Julianne Upchurch, Kelly Wegel, Dylan Wilson, Evey Wilson, NCAA Photos, WNBA Photos, UGA Public Affairs, USA Basketball.

Covering the Lady Bulldogs

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Georgia’s tentative practice fall schedule features workouts beginning at 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 2:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. Interviews will be conducted beginning at 30 minutes prior to the beginning of practice. That schedule may change in January. The Lady Bulldogs generally hold sessions in their practice facility gym; however, workouts on the day before games are usually held on the Stegeman Coliseum playing floor. During the Spring Semester, Georgia will be off on Mondays with no interviews scheduled on that day. Media are encouraged to arrange for feature-type interviews during pre- or post-practice sessions instead of after games.

Practice & Game Video

Interviews with Andy Landers, as well as practice and/or game video footage, can be found on the Sports Communications ftp site. Weekly interviews previewing upcoming games will be placed on the site by 3:30 p.m. each Tuesday. In addition, video featuring game highlights and post-game interviews with both head coaches will be offered for most non-televised home contests. That information will generally be available by 5:30 p.m. for weekend games and by 10:30 p.m. for weeknight contests. Contact Mike Mobley or Karen Huff of the UGA Sports Communications office at 706-542-1621 for instructions on how to access the ftp site. Media needing to obtain additional highlights of the Lady Bulldogs may do so by contacting either Mobley or Huff.


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Greg McGarity (Georgia ’76)

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Executive Associate ADs

Frank Crumley (Financial Ops), Dr. Carla Williams (Senior Woman Administrator)

Senior Associate ADs

Please do not let anyone tell you the best way is I-285 to Highway 78 To Athens! From Atlanta Airport via I-20 (not through downtown Atlanta) From Atlanta Airport via I-85 (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 East 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 Proceed to 3-4 miles to the second exit (Exit 6 – 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 is 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 left.

Location............... Athens, Ga. Enrollment................. 34,475 Founded.......................... 1785 Conference.......Southeastern Nickname.......... Lady Bulldogs Mascot.......................... Uga IX Colors................... Red & Black President Jere W. Morehead

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Driving Directions to Stegeman Coliseum from Atlanta

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UGA quick facts

Faculty Athletics Rep. Scorer’s & Radio

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, Georgia head coach Andy 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 commit­ ments, Landers will return to the interview area.

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Stegeman Coliseum’s press facilities are outlined to the right. A pre-game meal is served approximately 90 minutes prior to tip-off in the multi-purpose room across the hall from the press room. The press room is located through Portal 3. The 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. The majority of press seating is located above Portal 2 in section K of the lower bowl. Radio broadcast positions are at the scorer’s table, while TV announce locations are at center court opposite the scorer’s table. Complete first-half and final box scores, first- and second-half play-byplays, first- and second-half shot charts and post-game notes and quotes will be provided to all working media.

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• 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 (Exit 6 – 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 is 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 left.

Claude Felton (Sports Communications) Glada Horvat (Academics & Eligibility) Jim Booz (Compliance) Ron Courson (Sports Medicine)

Associate ADs

Alan Thomas (External Ops) Ted White (Academic Services) Matt Brachowski (Event Management) Josh Brooks (Internal Ops) Tim Cearley (Ticket Ops)

Assistant ADs

Charles Whittemore (Facilities) Stephanie Ransom (Business Ops) Steve Flippen (Compliance) Rhonda Kilpatrick (Academics & Eligibility) Steve Bryant (Sports Medicine) John Bateman (Marketing) Emily Deitz (Promotions)

Exec. Dir., Bulldog Club Mark Slonaker

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Media Information Georgia Basketball

Phone (706) 542-1176 Fax (706) 542-7984

Head Coach

Andy Landers (Tennessee Tech ’74)

Overall Record

905-296 (.754), 38 seasons

Record at UGA

823-285 (.750), 34 seasons

Associate Head Coach Joni Crenshaw (Alabama ’02)

Assistant Coaches

Angie Johnson (Louisville ’91) Robert Mosley (Miles ’99)

Director of Operations Meredith Mitchell (Georgia ’11)

Recruiting Ops Coordinator Kelly Mathis (Pfeiffer ’09)

Operations Coordinator

Luke Cross (Georgia ‘13)

Athletic Trainer Shannon Dolezal (Wis.-La Crosse ’04)

Lady Bulldogs broadcast statewide

Lady Bulldog broadcasts are part of the Georgia Bulldog Radio Network, which is owned by IMG Sports. IMG 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. All games also air on 103.7 FM in Gainesville. Veteran broadcaster Charlie McAlexander will serve as the play-by-play voice for the 201314 campaign. McAlexander, who is a nine-time Sportscaster of the Year in four different states (Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee), has 35-plus seasons of play-by-play experience at five different schools. He also served as play-by-play voice for two SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Championship games and did play-by-play for CBS Radio during numerous NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournaments. McAlexander is past president of the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters (NSSA). The following stations also will air the Lady Bulldogs this year: WCLA AM 1470 (Claxton) WKLY AM 980 (Hartwell) WCLA FM 93.7 (Claxton) WPAX AM 1240 (Thomasville) WDDK FM 103.9 (Greensboro)

Media Outlets Covering the Lady Bulldogs

Katherine Graham (LSU’12)

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

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

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

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

Anthony Dasher, UGASports.com 196 Alps Road; Suite 2-155; Athens, GA 30606 (706) 380-4801; dash@ugasports.com

Dave Johnston; WRFC-Radio 1010 Tower Place; Bogart, GA 30622 (706) 549-6222; davidj@southernbroadcasting.com

Rachel Bowers, Athens Banner-Herald News P.O. Box 912; Athens, GA 30613 (706) 208-2238; rachelbowers@gmail.com

Dean Legge, Dawg Post 126 Bordeaux Lane; Athens, GA 30605 (706) 248-3576; dean@dawgpost.com

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

Chip Towers, Atlanta Journal-Constitution 1341 Arizona Bend; Bogart, GA 30622 (706) 247-5590; ctowers@ajc.com

Gentry Estes, 24/7 Sports 176 Spring Lake Drive; Athens, GA 30605 (205) 765-4499; gestes@247.com

Zach Klein, WSB-TV (ABC) 1601 West Peachtree St.; Atlanta, GA 30309 (404) 897-7587; zach.klein@wsbtv.com

Seth Emerson, Macon Telegraph P.O. Box 4167; Macon, GA 31208 (301) 728-3806; semerson@macontel.com

David Ching, DawgNation/espn.com 207 Pinefield Way; Athens, GA 30607 (706) 662-5018; davidchingespn@gmail.com

Jenna Herb, WXIA-TV (NBC) 1611 West Peachtree St.; Atlanta, GA 30309 (404) 873-9146; jherb@wxia.gannett.com

David Paschall, Chattanooga Times Free Press P.O. Box 1447; Chattanooga, TN 37401 (423) 757-6524; dpaschall@timesfreepress.com

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

Graduate Asst. Manager Student Managers Ben Dolezal, Aaron Jenkins, Rachel Konovalova, Jonathan Oshinski, Catrina Rushing

Student Athletic Trainer Jessica Taylor

Basketball Ops Student Kennington Groff

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Stegeman Colisuem

Stegeman Coliseum Records Individual Georgia Opponent Points 43 by K. McClain vs. Charlotte (2/10/87) 35 by Jennifer Gillom (Ole Miss) vs.

Tennessee 1986 SEC Tourney (3/1/86) 35 by Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82)

Rebounds Assists Steals

24 by K. McClain vs. Western Ky. (2/10/86)

23 by Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee Tech (3/16/85)

14 by A. Shuler vs. Florida St. (1/31/91)

12 by Lori Gross, Vanderbilt (1/14/84)

10 by A. Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06) 10 by S. Baker vs. Mississippi St, (1/19/06) 10 by K. Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/97) 10 by A. Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89)

10 by Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84)

Blocks

10 by T. Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95)

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

Team Georgia Opponent Points 124 vs. Mercer (2/11/81) 97 by Connecticut (1/20/97) Rebounds 68 vs. UNC Asheville (1/23/80) 63 by Tennessee (1/8/96) Assists 35 vs. Louisville (3/17/84) 24 by Clemson (11/28/79) Steals 34 vs. Georgia Southern (11/28/95) 23 by Ohio State (11/30/91) Blocks 13 vs. Georgia State (12/4/01) 11 by Liberty (3/16/01)

Stegeman Coliseum has provided the Lady Bulldogs with a superior home court advantage for decades. Georgia has compiled a 404-85 record in 38 seasons of competition at Stegeman, a winning percentage of 82.6 percent. 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. Christened in 1964 as the Georgia Coliseum, the venue was officially renamed and dedicated to the memory of Herman James Stegeman on Saturday, March 2, 1996. Stegeman made many contributions to Georgia’s athletic program during his 20-year tenure (1919-39). He was a pioneer in the development of college basketball in the south, originating the region’s first big basketball tournament when he organized the Southern Conference Tournament in Atlanta from 1921-32. Stegeman Hall on the UGA campus was named for Coach Stegeman in 1946 and for years it was home of the University’s athletic and physical education departments. The athletic department moved its offices to the new coliseum in 1964, and Stegeman Hall was demolished in 1995 following completion of the Ramsey Student Center for Physical Activities. The Coliseum is actually two separate structures, the roof and the building beneath it. The only connection is an aluminum bellows which seals the joints and permits the rise and fall of the roof with temperature change. Stegeman has undergone thorough renovations in the last few years, most recently receiving a 21st Century face lift prior to the 2010-11 campaign. The $12 million project was highlighted by the installation of glass facades from the venue’s distinctive overhang roof, creating an additional 10,000 square feet of concourse space. In addition, Stegeman Coliseum was utilized for rhythmic gymnastics and preliminary volleyball competition during the Centennial Olympic Games in 1996.

Lady Bulldogs In Stegeman Season-by-Season

1975-76..........................6-2 1976-77........................ 1-10 1977-78..........................3-6 1978-79..........................4-6 1979-80........................ 11-4 1980-81..........................9-1 1981-82..........................9-1 1982-83........................10-1 1983-84........................15-0 1984-85........................12-1 1985-86........................14-0 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 2009-10........................14-2 2010-11.........................12-2 2011-12.........................13-2 2012-13........................15-1 Totals....................404-85

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13 vs. Maine (11/18/01) 13 vs. Louisville (3/19/95)

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Spotter's Chart

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No. 1 Khaalidah Miller

823-275 in 34 seasons at UGA 905-296 in 38 seasons overall

5-9 • Senior • Guard Atlanta, Ga.

No. 10 samantha Glodis

No. 13 Merritt Hempe

6-3 • Freshman • Forward West Palm Beach, Fla.

6-2 • Sophomore • Forward Fredericksburg, Va.

No. 2 sydnei McCaskill 5-6 • Freshman • Guard Orlando, Fla.

No. 15 Krista Donald 5-11 • Junior • Guard/Forward Lake, Miss.

No. 3 Tiaria griffin 5-7 • Sophomore • Guard Monticello, Miss.

No. 4 hannahkohl almire 5-9 • Freshman • Guard Atlanta, Ga.

No. 20 shacobia barbee No. 21 Kaelyn Causwell 5-10 • Sophomore • Guard/Forward Murfreesboro, Tenn.

6-4 • Sophomore • Forward Sacramento, Calif.

Pro-nun-see-a-shuns

No. 23 Halle Washington No. 24 Marjorie Butler 6-2 • Freshman • Forward Bossier City, La.

5-8 • Sophomore • Guard Knoxville, Tenn.

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No. 31 Erika Ford 5-9 • Junior • Guard Alpharetta, Tenn.

Khaalidah (KAH-lee-dah) Miller Sydnei (Sid-knee) McCaskill (Mah-cas-kill) Tiaria (Tee-air-uh) Griffin Hannahkohl (Hannah-cole) Almire (All-mire) Samantha Glodis (Glow-dis) Merritt Hempe (Hem-pee) Shacobia (Sha-co-be-uh) Barbee (Bar-bee) Kaelyn (Kay-lynn) Causwell (Cause-well) Halle (Haley) Washington


2013-14 Rosters No. Name 1 Khaalidah Miller Sydnei mcCaskill 2 Tiaria Griffin 3 Hannahkohl Almire 4 Samantha Glodis 10 * 11 Pachis Roberts Merritt Hempe 13 Krista Donald 15 Shacobia Barbee 20 Kaelyn Causwell 21 Halle Washington 23 Marjorie Butler 24 Erika Ford 31 No. Name 4 Hannahkohl Almire Shacobia Barbee 20 Marjorie Butler 24 Kaelyn Causwell 21 Krista Donald 15 Erika Ford 31 Samantha Glodis 10 Tiaria Griffin 3 Merritt Hempe 13 Sydnei mcCaskill 2 1 Khaalidah Miller * 11 Pachis Roberts Halle Washington 23

Numerical Roster

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G 5-9 Sr.-3L G 5-6 Fr.-HS G 5-7 So.-1L G 5-9 Fr.-HS F 6-3 Fr.-HS G/F 5-11 So.-TR. F 6-2 So.-1L G/F 5-11 Jr.-2L G/F 5-10 So.-1L F 6-4 So.-1L F 6-2 Fr.-HS G 5-8 So.-1L G 5-9 Jr.-2L

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G 5-9 Fr.-HS G/F 5-10 So.-1L G 5-8 So.-1L F 6-4 So.-1L G/F 5-11 Jr.-2L G 5-9 Jr.-2L F 6-3 Fr.-HS G 5-7 So.-1L F 6-2 So.-1L G 5-6 Fr.-HS G 5-9 Sr.-3L G/F 5-11 So.-TR. F 6-2 Fr.-HS

Director of Ops: Athletic Trainer:

Hometown / School(s) Atlanta, Ga. / Riverwood International Charter School Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale High School Knoxville, Tenn. / Webb School Sacramento, Calif. / Wesleyan (Ga.) School Lake, Miss. / Lake High School Alpharetta, Ga. / Chattahoochee High School West Palm Beach, Fla. / Dwyer High School Monticello, Miss. / Hattiesburg High School Fredericksburg, Va. / Stafford High School Orlando, Fla. / Dr. Phillips High School Atlanta, Ga. / Douglass High School Powder Springs, Ga. / McEachern High School / Tr.-Syracuse Bossier City, La. / Parkway High School

Robert Mosley (Miles ’99) Meredith Mitchell (Georgia ’11) Shannon Dolezal (Wis.-La Crosse ‘04)

Pro-nun-see-a-shun Guide

Khaalidah (KAH-lee-dah) Miller

By Class:

Seniors............................... 1 Khaalidah Miller

JUniors............................... 2

Krista Donald, Erika Ford Sophomores........................... 5 Shacobia Barbee, Marjorie Butler, Kaelyn Causwell, Tiaria Griffin, Merritt Hempe Freshmen................................. 4 Hannahkohl Almire, Samantha Glodis, Sydnei McCaskill, Halle Washington

By Height:

6-4 Kaelyn Causwell 6-3 Samantha Glodis 6-2 Merritt Hempe

* Per NCAA regulations regarding transfers, Roberts can practice but not compete during the 2013-14 season

Head Coach: Andy Landers (Tennessee Tech ’74) AssoCiate head Coach: Joni Crenshaw (Alabama ’02) Assistant Coaches: Angie Johnson (Louisville ’91)

Atlanta, Ga. / Douglass High School Orlando, Fla. / Dr. Phillips High School Monticello, Miss. / Hattiesburg High School Atlanta, Ga. / Riverwood International Charter School West Palm Beach, Fla. / Dwyer High School Powder Springs, Ga. / McEachern High School / Tr.-Syracuse Fredericksburg, Va. / Stafford High School Lake, Miss. / Lake High School Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale High School Sacramento, Calif. / Wesleyan (Ga.) School Bossier City, La. / Parkway High School Knoxville, Tenn. / Webb School Alpharetta, Ga. / Chattahoochee High School

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Active Player Breakdown

Hometown / School(s)

Merritt Hempe (Hem-pee) Sydnei (Sid-knee) McCaskill (Mah-cas-kill) Shacobia (Sha-co-be-uh) Barbee (Bar-bee) Tiaria (Tee-air-uh) Griffin Kaelyn (Kay-lynn) Causwell (Cause-well) Hannahkohl (Hannah-cole) Almire (All-mire) Halle (Haley) Washington Samantha Glodis (Glow-dis)

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Halle Washington

5-11 Krista Donald 5-10 Shacobia Barbee 5-9 Hannahkohl Almire

Erika Ford Khaalidah Miller 5-8 Marjorie Butler 5-7 Tiaria Griffin 5-6 Sydnei McCaskill

By State:

Georgia............................... 4 Hannahkohl Almire, Kaelyn Causwell, Erika Ford, Khaalidah Miller

Florida................................ 2 Samantha Glodis, Sydnei McCaskill

Mississippi.......................... 2 Krista Donald, Tiaria Griffin

Tennessee.......................... 2 Shacobia Barbee, Marjorie Butler

Louisiana........................... 1 Halle Washington

Virginia............................... 1 Merritt Hempe

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Career Highs No. 1 Khaalidah Miller Points: 25 Kentucky (2/3/13) Rebounds: 11 Ole Miss (1/22/12) 11 App. State (12/12/11) Assists: 6 S. Carolina (2/16/12) Blocks: 1 10 times, most recent Alabama (1/10/13) Steals: 6 Miss. St. (2/2/12) Minutes: 40 12 times, most recent S. Carolina (2/16/12)

No. 21 Kaelyn Causwell Points: 7 Savannah St. (11/20/12) 7 Belmont (11/18/12) Rebounds: 6 Belmont (11/18/12) Assists: 1 St. Bona (11/23/12) Blocks: 3 St. Bona (11/23/12) 1 Mercer (12/3/12) Steals: 1 Georgia Tech (12/2/12) Minutes: 17 Belmont (11/18/12)

No. 3 Tiaria Griffin Points: 20 Alabama (1/10/13) Rebounds: 8 Alabama (1/31/13) Assists: 4 St. Bona (11/23/12) Blocks: 1 LSU (2/10/13) 1 Missouri (1/3/13) 1 Furman (11/28/12) Steals: 3 Missouri (1/3/13) 3 Lipscomb (12/16/12) Minutes: 34 California (4/1/13)

No. 24 marjorie Butler Points: 11 Missouri (1/3/13) Rebounds: 4 Furman (11/28/12) 4 Presbyterian (11/14/12) Assists: 6 Savannah St. (11/20/12) Blocks: 1 Furman (11/28/12) Steals: 2 Lipscomb (12/16/12) 2 Mercer (12/4/12) 2 New Mexico (11/24/12) 2 S.C. State (11/16/12) Minutes: 20 Mercer (12/4/12) 20 Presbyterian (11/14/12)

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No. 13 Merritt Hempe Points: 11 Presbyterian (11/14/12) Rebounds: 9 New Mexico (11/24/12) 9 S.C. State (11/16/12) Assists: 2 Iowa State (3/25/13) 2 Belmont (11/18/12) 2 Presbyterian (11/14/12) Blocks: 4 Arkansas (2/21/13) Steals: 3 Presbyterian (11/14/12) Minutes: 25 S.C. State (11/16/12)

No. 31 Erika Ford Points: 18 Northeastern (11/27/11) Rebounds: 10 Furman (12/28/11) Assists: 4 Savannah St. (11/20/12) Blocks: 1 Arkansas (1/17/13) 1 Furman (11/28/12) 5 Lipscomb (12/16/12) Steals: Minutes: 40 Tennessee (1/29/12)

No. 15 Krista Donald Points: 22 App. State (12/22/11) Rebounds: 13 App. State (12/22/11) Assists: 4 Northeastern (11/27/11) Blocks: 2 Montana (3/23/13 Steals: 2 Florida (1/12/12) Minutes: 31 App. State (12/22/11)

No. 20 Shacobia Barbee Points: 20 Iowa State (3/25/13) Rebounds: 12 Stanford (3/30/13) Assists: 6 Arkansas (2/21/13) 6 TCU (12/19/12) 6 Mercer (12/4/12) Blocks: 1 St. Bona (11/23/12) 1 Presbyterian (11/14/12) Steals: 7 Alabama (1/10/13) Minutes: 41 California (4/1/13)

Double-Digit Performances No. 31

Double Player Pts. Rebs. Asts. Blks. Stls. Doubles

Erika Ford

Khaalidah Miller 49 2 0 0 0 2 Tiaria Griffin 10 0 0 0 0 0 Points: 18 Northeastern (11/27/11) Merritt Hempe 2 0 0 0 0 0 Rebounds: 10 Furman (12/28/11) Krista Donald 4 2 0 0 0 2 Assists: 3 Florida (2/19/12) Shacobia Barbee 3 Ga. Tech (12/4/11)9 5 0 0 0 3 Kaelyn Causwell 0 0 0 0 0 0 Blocks: – Marjorie Butler 1 0 0 0 0 0 Steals: 4 S.C. State (11/30/11) Erika Ford 9 1 0 0 0 1 Minutes: 40 Tennessee (1/29/12)

20-point games Player No. Player No.

Khaalidah Miller 6 Krista Donald 1 Tiaria Griffin 1 Shacobia barbee 1


The Last Time When was the last time Georgia...

Scored 100 or more – vs. Mercer (102-45) 12/17/08 Won by 30 or more – vs. Arkasas (66-34) 2/21/13 Shot 60 percent – vs. Kentucky (SEC) (.633) 3/5/09 Made 40 FGs – vs. Mercer (40 of 78) 12/17/07 Made 10 3FGs – vs. Iowa State (12 of 30) (NCAA) 3/25/13 Made 20 FTs – vs. Furman (20 of 27) 12/28/11 Had 20 assists – vs. LSU (20) (SEC) 3/8/13 Had 10 blocks – vs. Southern Miss (10) 12/1/10 Had 20 steals – vs. Lipscomb (23) 12/16/12 Had five players in double figures – vs. LSU (20) (SEC) 3/8/13 No players in double figures – vs. Texas A&M 1/20/13 Had two players with 20 points – Hassell (21) & Griffin (20) at Alabama 1/13/13 Had two players with double figure rebounds – Barbee (12) & Armstrong (10) vs. Stanford (NCAA) 3/30/13 Had three players with a double-double – Armstrong (15 pts., 11 rebs.; Miller 13 pts., 11 rebs.; & Mitchell (10 pts., 14 rebs.) vs. Ole Miss 1/22/12 An overtime win – vs. Arkansas (57-54) 2/3/11

When was the last time An opponent... Scored 100 – at Tennessee (43-102) 1/28/98 Won by 30 or more – vs. Texas A&M (NCAA) (38-79) 3/27/11 Shot 60 percent – at Tennessee (.606) 1/28/98 Made 40 FGs – vs. Tennessee (40 of 68) 1/14/99 Made 10 3FGs – vs. TCU (11) 11/11/11 Made 20 FTs – vs. Marist (21) (NCAA) 3/18/12 Had 20 assists – at Tennessee (22) 1/6/13 Had 10 blocks – at Auburn (10) 1/8/12 Had 20 steals – vs. Alabama (20) 2/28/93 Had five players in double figures – at Tennessee (22) 1/6/13 No players in double figures – vs. Ole Miss 2/24/13 Had two players with 20 points – K. Redmon (23) & H. Palmer (22) of Gonzaga 12/19/11 Had two players with 10 rebounds – C. Bravard (10) & C. Clayton(10) of Florida St. (NCAA) 3/22/11 Had two players with a double-double – K. Pedersen (13 pts., 15 rebs.) & E. Ogwumike (11 pts., 11 rebs.) of Stanford (NCAA) 3/27/10 An overtime win – vs. California (Lost, 62-65) (NCAA) 4/1/13

Jasmine HAssell

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When was the last time An opposing player...

When was the last time A Lady Bulldog... Scored 40 or more points – Coco Miller (45) vs. Charleston Southern 12/6/97 Scored 30-39 points – Tasha Humphrey (32) vs. Florida 2/24/08 Grabbed 20 or more rebounds – Katrina McClain (22) vs. Valdosta St. 12/4/86

Grabbed 15-19 rebounds – Jasmine Hassell at Florida 2/17/13 Handed out 10 or more assists – Jasmine James (10) vs. Arkansas 1/17/10 Blocked 8 or more shots – Tawana McDonald (9) vs. Houston 12/10/00 Collected 10 or more steals – Ashley Houts (10) vs. Memphis 11/29/06 Made 12 FGs or more – Angel Robinson (13 of 18) vs. Vanderbilt (SEC) 3/5/09 Made 5 3FGs or more – Tiaria Griffin (5) vs. LSU (SEC) 3/8/13 Made 10 FTs or more – Ashley Houts (11 of 12) vs. Georgia Tech 12/2/07 Recorded a triple-double – Tracy Henderson (14 pts, 13 reb, 10 blocks) vs. Louisville 3/19/95 Scored in double figures in 5 straight games – Jasmine Hassell (2/7/132/24/13) 5 games Scored in double figures in 10 straight games – Jasmine Hassell (11/26/111/1/12) 10 games Scored in double figures in 15 straight games – Tasha Humphrey (1/5/062/23/06) 15 games Scored in double figures in 20 straight games – Katrina McClain (11/28/863/6/87) 29 games Scored 20 points in consecutive games – Ashley Houts - 20 vs. Cal St. Fullerton 11/28/08 and 22 vs. Eastern Washington 11/29/08 Scored 20 points in 3 straight games – Sherill Baker (2/26/06-3/4/06) Scored 20 points in 5 straight games – Sherill Baker (2/19/06-3/4/06) Rebounded in double figures in 5 straight games – Porsha Phillips (2/29/113/22/11) 6 games Rebounded in double figures in 10 straight games – Janet Harris (1/6/831/31/83) 10 games Rebounded in double figures in 15 straight games – Janet Harris (2/3/8212/1/82) 15 games (over two seasons) Had double-doubles in 5 straight games – Porsha Phillips (2/29/11-3/22/11) Had double-doubles in 10 straight games – Janet Harris (2/11/82-12/1/82) 12 games (over two seasons) Played 40 minutes in 5 straight games – Ashley Houts (14) 2/15/09-3/21/09 Overcame a 10-point deficit to win – trailed 24-12, won 62-57 at Florida 2/17/13 Overcame a 15-point deficit to win – trailed 16 points three separate times, won 70-64 vs. Florida 1/16/11

Ashley Houts

Scored 40 or more points – LaToya Thomas (43) of Mississippi St. 1/13/02 Scored 30-39 points – Christina Foggie (34) of Vanderbilt 1/26/12 Grabbed 20 or more rebounds – Jab Johnson (21) of Northeast Louisiana 12/10/88 Grabbed 15-19 rebounds – Chelsea Poppens (17) of Iowa State (NCAA) 3/25/13 Handed out 10 or more assists – Jence Rhoads (10) of Vanderbilt 2/10/11 Blocked 8 or more shots – Marita Payne (10) of Auburn 1/16/05 Collected 10 or more steals – Audrey Burcey (10) Ohio St. 12/19/92 Made 12 FGs or more – Chiney Ogwumike (12) of Stanford (NCAA) 3/30/13 Made 5 3FGs or more – Valencia McFarland (5 of 9) 2/23/12 Made 10 FTs or more – Andrea Riley (11 of 14) of Oklahoma St. (NCAA) 3/22/10

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Alabama

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205-348-3673 205-348-8841 205-348-3573

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205-394-5995

Libby Knight (eknigh10@kennesaw.edu)

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Arkansas

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Auburn

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334-844-9800 334-884-9807 334-844-1933

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Florida

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Furman

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George Washington

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864-833-7095 864-833-8323 864-833-8332

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Rutgers

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Georgia GameDay Media Staff Official Scorer: Derek Floyd Official Timer: Chris Whatley Shot Clock: Trevor Washington Scoreboard: Bud Weston Stat crew: Kate Burkholder, Mark Hynds, Jen Galas, Rhonda Kilpatrick, Jason Williamson Press Room Manager: Sandi Behr Food Room Manager: Ann Smith Media Relations: Brittany Adams, Matthew Pearce, Anne Noland, Foster Lander, Brooke McCoy, Luke Dixon, Ann Drinkard, Allison Miller, Preston Smith


2013-14 Schedule Day

Date Opponent Location TV Tip (ET)

Sun. Nov. 10 Presbyterian Thurs. Nov. 14 Mercer Sun. Nov. 17 Ohio State Tues. Nov. 19 Furman Sun. Nov. 24 Georgia Tech Tues. Nov. 26 S.C. State Fri. Nov. 29 & vs. George Washington Sun. Thurs. Sun.

Dec. 1 & vs. Georgia St./Jacksonville St. Dec. 12 at Belmont Dec. 15 Kennesaw State Dec. 17 Lipscomb

Athens Athens

2:00 7:00

Athens Athens Athens Athens Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tenn.

2:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 4:30 12:30 or 2:30 7:00 2:00 7:00 2:00 4:00 9:00 4:00 8:00 2:00 7:00 1:00

Athens CSS Tue. Athens Sat. Dec. 21 at Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J. Sat. Dec. 28 Illinois Athens CSS Thur. Jan. 2 * at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. CSS Sun. Jan. 5 * Tennessee Athens SPSO Thur. Jan. 9 * at Missouri Columbia, Mo. Sun. Jan. 12 * Texas A&M Athens SEC TV Thur. Jan. 16 * Arkansas Athens CSS Sun. Jan. 19 * at Florida Gainesville, Fla. CSS Sun. Jan. 26 * at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. CSS 3:00 Thur. Jan. 30 * Kentucky Athens SPSO 9:00 Sun. Feb. 2 * at Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. CSS 3:00 Sun. Feb. 9 * Ole Miss Athens 2:00 Thur. Feb. 13 * at Texas A&M College Station, Texas 8:00 Sun. Feb. 16 * Florida Athens ESPNU 1:00 Thur. Feb. 20 * LSU Athens 7:00 Sun. Feb. 23 * at Auburn Auburn, Ala. 3:00 Thur. Feb. 27 * at South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 7:00 Sun. March 2 * Mississippi State Athens SPSO 1:00 Wed.-Sun. March 5-9 SEC Tournament Duluth, Ga. Sat.-Tues. March 22-25 NCAA First/Second Rounds 16 pre-determined sites Sat.-Tues March 29-April 1 NCAA Regionals (Lincoln, Neb.; Louisville, Ky.; Notre Dame, Ind.; Stanford, Calif.) Sun./Tues. April 6 & 8 Final Four Nashville, Tenn.

Travel Itinerary Georgia State

Alabama

Atlanta Marriott Marquis 265 Pachtree Center Avenue Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: (404) 521-0000 Fax: (404) 586-6299

Hotel Capstone 320 Paul Bryant Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 Phone: (205) 752-3200 Fax: (205) 759-9314

Belmont

Mississippi State

Embassay Suites at Vanderbilt 1811 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 Phone: (615) 320-8899 Fax: (615) 320-8881

Hilton Garden Inn 975 Highway 12 East Starkville, MS 39759 Phone: (662) 615-9664 Fax: (662) 615-9665

Rutgers

Texas A&M

Hyatt Regency New Brunswick Two Albany Street New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Phone: (615) 320-8899 Fax: (615) 320-8881

Hilton College Station 801 University Dr. E College Station, TX 77840 Phone: (979) 693-7500 Fax: (979) 846-7261

Vanderbilt

Auburn

Embassay Suites at Vanderbilt 1811 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 Phone: (615) 320-8899 Fax: (615) 320-8881

Auburn Marriott Grand National 3700 Robert Trent Jones Trail Opelika, AL 36801 Phone: (334) 741-9292 Fax: (334) 741-9733

Missouri

South Carolina

Courtyard by Marriott Columbia 3301 Lemone Industrial Blvd Columbia, MO 65201 Phone: (573) 443-8000 Fax: (573) 443-8008

Columbia Marriott 1200 Hampton Street Columbia, Sc 29201 Phone: (803) 771-7000 Fax: (803) 758-2456

Florida

SEC Tournament

Hilton UF Conference Center 1714 SW 34th Street Gainesville, FL 32607 Phone: (352) 371-3600 Fax: (352) 371-0306

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Hilton Garden Inn 2040 Sugarloaf Circle Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (770) 495-7600 Fax: (770) 495-7597

& GSU Thanksgiving Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) * Denotes SEC games All times are EASTERN and subject to change

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Preseason Outlook

A puzzling situation Andy Landers will be inside the sideline coaching box for his 35th season at the University of Georgia and his 39th campaign as a collegiate head coach this winter. While he is known for shying away from utilizing traditional coaching clichés, Landers is quick as any to profess that “no two teams are alike.” He’ll also go on to tell you “the process of putting together a team each year is somewhat similar.” From there, he returns to the ultra-quick one-liners that have kept the media coming back for more – and at the same time chuckling – since the 1970s. During this preseason, he offered a couple classic comedic assessments. “I’m sleeping like a baby...I wake up every 20 minutes crying,” Landers quipped. “This isn’t my first rodeo, but it’s a different bull. I don’t know if I’ve ridden a bull like this in a while,” he also offered. Indeed, it’s hard to start any discussion of the 2013-14 edition of the Lady Bulldogs without at least some conversation about the 201213 squad. Gone from the Georgia roster are a trio of seniors – Anne Marie Armstrong, Jasmine Hassell and Jasmine James – who continued the 2013 calendar by taking their talents to the WNBA. “We lost a model of the way we want our program to be,” Landers said. “We didn’t just lose basketball players, we lost their leadership. Now, we have to go about the business of not only putting together our basketball team, we also have to develop new leaders and new followers.” So while no two teams are alike, the difference between Landers’ intentions and expectations in the infancy of the development of his 35th edition of the Lady Bulldogs were quite different than those he encountered the previous year.

If putting together a team is like working to complete a puzzle, Landers walked onto the practice floor in the fall of 2012 knowing how well over half of his puzzle was going to best fit together...and boy did it come together well en route to an “Elite Eight” run. This fall, the Lady Bulldog puzzle Landers and his staff was tasked with assembling when workouts officially began might resemble a table with every piece spread out, leaving him contemplating where to even begin. Luckily for them, there were still numerous familiar faces on Georgia’s roster. No less than eight letterwinners – four with relatively significant starting experience and two more with big-game minutes under their belts – return from last season’s squad that supplied the 28th 20-win and 18th 25-win finishes during Landers’ tenure in Athens. Five more newcomers joined the Georgia fold this fall, providing what Landers believes could be an even deeper rotation than a year ago. The early returns from practice were solid... and Landers was soon sleeping through the night and much more comfortable with the proverbial bull that is the 2013-14 season. “We’re basically halfway through preseason practices and we haven’t had a bad one,” Landers said in late October. “That speaks to their work ethic, their commitment level, their attitude about creating a successful team.” With those qualities in place – forming the outside edges of the puzzle, if you will – Landers and his staff could move on to solving the how the heart of the Lady Bulldogs’ remaining pieces best fit together. “We have a lot of pieces and there are a number of different combinations that seem to fit well together,” Landers said. “As a coach, you’re always worried about something. We’ve already proven that we have a strong work ethic and we’re going to go hard. To this point,

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Lady Bulldog Roster Overview

Starters Returning............................................................................................2 No. Player Ht. Cl. Pos.

3 Tiaria Griffin 20 Shacobia Barbee

5-7 So. 5-10 So.

GP-GS PPG RPG

G G/F

35-17 35-34

7.3 7.2

2.9 6.1

A B S

29 87

3 2

32 85

Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters listed below)......................8 No. Player Ht. Cl. Pos. 1 Khaalidah Miller 31 Erika Ford 13 Merritt Hempe 15 Krista Donald 24 Marjorie Butler 32 Kaelyn Causwell

GP-GS PPG RPG

A B S

5-9 Sr. G 35-15 7.6 2.9 49 3 36 5-9 Jr. G 34-5 5.3 3.0 27 2 19 6-2 So. F 30-4 3.2 2.8 12 18 13 5-11 Jr. G/F 21-1 2.5 2.5 17 5 4 5-8 So. G 27-0 2.3 1.0 37 1 14 6-4 So. F 17-0 2.0 2.1 1 10 2

Letterwinners Lost............................................................................................5 No. Player Ht. Cl. Pos.

12 Jasmine Hassell 10 Jasmine James 3 Anne Marie Armstrong 23 Tamika Willis 4 Danielle Bennett

6-2 Sr. F 5-9 Sr. G 6-3 Sr. G/F 6-2 Sr. F 5-10 Sr. G

GP-GS PPG RPG

A B S

35-35 12.7 6.2 17 15 30 35-35 11.0 3.6 133 3 81 34-29 7.2 5.1 77 36 47 29-0 1.5 2.2 7 10 14 3-0 2.0 0.3 0 0 0

Newcomers................................................... 5 (4 eligible for competition) No. Player Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown / Previous School 2 Sydnei McCaskill 4 Hannahkohl Almire 10 Samantha Glodis *11 Pachis Roberts 23 Halle Washington

5-7 Fr. 5-8 Fr. 6-3 Fr. 5-11 So. 6-2 Fr.

G G F G/F F

Orlando, Fla. / Dr. Phillips HS Arlanta, Ga / Riverwood Charter School West Palm Beach, Fla. / Dwyer HS Powder Springs, Ga. / Tr.-Syracuse Bossier City, La. / Parkway HS

Roberts is eligible to practice but not play per NCAA regulations regarding transfers.

practice has absolutely been a success. The thing that’s now at the front of my mind isn’t, ‘Will we play hard?’ Now you say, ‘If we have pieces that fit pretty well together and we’re playing hard, how that is going to carry over into games?’ The thing that we have not yet discovered is where our game strengths are. “How do all the good things that we see happening in practice manifest themselves

in game situations?” Landers continued. “Do we have game-night leadership? Do we have game-night direction at a guard spot? Do we have game-night focus? We have practice focus. We’re meeting the challenges we’ve faced to this point. We’re just going to need to play games and continue to evolve and develop both individually and as a team when there’s a scoreboard running.”


Preseason Outlook The backcourt

While not certain about how his backcourt will come together, Landers is relatively confident that guard play will be the Lady Bulldogs’ strength at the opening of the season. “I feel most comfortable about our backcourt as a whole,” Landers said. “We do have a question mark at the point, but on the wings, I believe you’ve got about virtually everything covered. You’ve got shooting ability, you’ve got defensive ability, you’ve got ball-handling ability, you’ve got passing ability, you’ve got play-making ability and you’ve got the experience...obviously, the most experience on our basketball team. “You put all that together and as we start the season we’re a perimeter team,” he continued. “I think a year ago, we were a front line team. This is a perimeter team and as the season goes on, I suspect our front line will develop and hopefully by January or February it’s a balanced basketball team.” Khaalidah Miller could have the ball in her hands much more this winter than her first three seasons.

The Lady Bulldogs have three candidates to take over James’ spot at the point – lone senior Khaalidah Miller, sophomore Marjorie Butler and freshman Sydnei McCaskill. “Marjorie is the most obvious choice and has looked very good in practice,” Landers said. “She’s going to be able to play the position. The experience that she gains as she goes along will ultimately tell us obviously how well she’s going to play. Khaalidah has played it and gives you a different look there. Even though she’s played mostly on the wing so far, she knows what we’re doing at the point. The more she plays it, the more it appears she enjoys it. She likes to have the ball in her hands. Syd started practices like a typical freshman but has become atypical. She has done a good job of listening, learning and retaining. Syd has displayed a knack for making plays. She‘s a crafty player.” On the wing, the Lady Bulldogs return a pair of sophomores who finished last season as secure starters in Shacobia Barbee and Tiaria Griffin. Miller also is more than familiar with a starting role there, as is junior Erika Ford. “I think ‘Cobi’ is more confident in her perimeter game than perhaps she was a year ago,” Landers said. “She has displayed the abilities to be a terrific player on both ends of floor. Tiaria has picked up where she left off last year and continues to get better. We look for her to continue to grow and improve and be an even better player. Khaalidah has certainly been a major contributor on the wing in her first three seasons. She’s a proven commodity there. Erika is much improved and has had the best fall that she’s had since she got here. She’s picked things up. She practices extremely hard. She’s someone who can make plays. Her athleticism allows her to do things that, even as she’s doing them you’re going, ‘Oh no, oh no, oh yeah!’” The backcourt received an added boost during the fall with the addition of freshman walkon Hannahkohl Almire.

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“Hannahkohl has become a welcome addition,” Landers said. “She’s earned the respect of our coaches and the respect of her teammates. She’s someone who had a huge desire to be a part of Georgia Basketball.”

The frontcourt

Armstrong and Hassell provided solid anchors at the ‘4’ and ‘5’ positions over the past three seasons. Landers hopes their understudies and some new faces will step up early in the season and continue to develop throughout the winter and into March. Junior Krista Donald and freshman Halle Washington have been equally impressive but in different fashions to date. Donald was perhaps the Lady Bulldogs’ most explosive rebounder as a freshman two seasons ago but spent much of her sophomore year managing a nagging posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) that limited her ability to practice and, at certain times, play last season. An off-season procedure appears to have improved that situation greatly. “Krista, it would appear, is going to be able to give us more minutes and/or more regularity,” Landers said. “Some times last season, she could give us minutes, but then she was out. Her off-season surgery has had a positive effect. She isn’t full bore but she’s doing more longer with less irritation. And when she’s doing it, she looks fantastic.” Washington is a celebrated signee from Bossier City, La., who quickly has drawn high praise from the Lady Bulldog coaching staff. “Halle has been a quick study,” Landers said. “She listens, learns and retains very well, similar to what Tiaria and ‘Cobi’ did last year. Because of that, I’m confident she’s going to be able to play and contribute as she improves.” In the low post, sophomore Merritt Hempe appears to be the heir apparent to Hassell, with sophomore Kaelyn Causwell and freshman Samantha Glodis jockeying for playing time as her backup. Hempe, like Donald, was

Krista Donald’s health may play a major role in the Lady Bulldogs’ reaching their full potential during the 2013-14 season.

limited somewhat throughout the greater part of last season due to injury, hers being an ailment in her right foot. “Merritt has really done a great job at every aspect of assuming ownership of the post area,” Landers said. “The foot injury slowed her down last year, but a surgery has corrected that and she’s looked very good. She gives you range all the way out to the 3-point line at the ‘5’ position, and she may also give us better rebounding at the ‘5’ position. The transition play should get better because of her mobility, but you do lose some defensive quickness.” Causwell and Glodis both appear to have the physical gifts to perform; however, which of the two asserts herself remains to be seen. That battle intrigues Landers even more so since Hempe could possibly see time at the ‘4’ if assistance is needed there. “If push comes to shove, we could also spot Merritt there,” Landers said. “That makes the development and contributions of Kaelyn and Samantha that much more important.”

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Preseason notebook What’s Back

Category............. 12-13.....13-14 Starts.........................81.9....... 43.4 Minutes.....................83.4....... 58.5 Points.........................86.3....... 51.6 Rebounds..................85.1....... 55.2 Off. Boards................85.1....... 53.9 Def. Boards...............85.0....... 56.2 FGs............................86.6....... 49.4 FGAs..........................85.7....... 53.4 3FGs..........................88.4....... 82.2 3FGAs........................ 87.0....... 80.3 FTs.............................83.8....... 51.1 FTAs...........................84.0....... 48.4 Assists.......................81.4........47.5 TOs............................84.4....... 55.0 Blocks........................ 87.0....... 40.7 Steals.........................82.3....... 54.4

In-Season B’days

Marjorie Butler................ Nov. 25 Erika Ford............................Dec. 3 Samantha Glodis..............Dec. 13 Khaalidah Miller...............Dec. 20 Krista Donald.................... Jan. 10 Halle Washington.............Jan. 24 Ebony Jones.....................Jan. 30 Joni Crenshaw................ March 7 Sydnei McCaskill............ March 8

Preseason polls

Athlon’s Lindy’s 1. Connecticut Connecticut 2. Stanford Duke 3. Tennessee California 4. Maryland Notre Dame 5. California Stanford 6. Duke Tennessee 7. Notre Dame Kentucky 8. Kentucky Louisville 9. Baylor Baylor 10. Louisville Maryland 11. North Carolina Dayton 12. Michigan St. Colorado 13. Oklahoma South Carolina 14. Georgia Penn State 15. Colorado Gonzaga 16. LSU Chattanooga 17. South Carolina Purdue 18. Dayton Iowa State 19. Iowa State Georgia 20. Saint Joseph’s Creighton

Wanted: stat sheet stuffers

The 2012 Miss Georgia Basketball, Roberts averaged 17.9 points and 10.5 rebounds while leading McEachern High School to a perfect 33-0 record, the Georgia 5A State Championship and a final national ranking of No. 2 in the nation. Roberts signed with Syracuse and competed for the Orange last season before transferring to her home state school in the summer of 2013. She is eligible to practice with but not play for the Lady Bulldogs this season, with 2013-14 serving as a redshirt campaign. Andy Landers leaves little doubt that Roberts will make an immediate impact on the Georgia roster next November. “It’s too bad Pachis (pronounced “Patches”) is not eligible right now because she’s someone who gets better every day,” Landers said. “She will give us length on the wing that we need and is becoming a very solid player on both ends of the floor.”

A year ago, the Lady Bulldogs returned all but two players – Meredith Mitchell (their first-year Director of Basketball Operations this season) and walk-on Brittany Crews – from the 2011-12 roster. While Mitchell’s contributions were certainly significant, Georgia’s percentage of returning statistics was relatively massive as outlined underneath the “12-13” label to your left. The difference in returning percentages couldn’t be more polar opposite for the 2013-14 season as outlined under “13-14” in the same column. The Lady Bulldogs will look to replace more than 40 percent of their statistical production in every category imaginable other than shots taken and made from behind the 3-point arc.

SEC Battles guaranteed in 2014

Once the calendar rolls over, hotly contested matchups are expected from January through March among a deep bunch of Southeastern Conference teams. No less than 11 of 14 SEC squads qualified for postseason competition a year ago. Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee enjoyed the most success, with all three programs reaching the “Elite Eight” round of the NCAA Tournament. In addition, LSU, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt also received invitations to the NCAAs, meaning half of the league’s teams secured spots in the “Big Dance.” Four more programs – Arkansas, Auburn, Florida and Missouri – took part in the WNIT. The Gators moved through the bracket to the semifinal round of the tournament. This season, every SEC team welcomes back multiple starters. Arkansas is the only program with less than six returning letterwinners. “I think Tennessee and Kentucky are the most talented and LSU is the most experienced,” Andy Landers assessed. “ Then, I think you have 11 more teams that are really, really good. It will be a very interesting year for the Southeastern Conference.”

Milestones unlikely this winter

A season after the Lady Bulldogs celebrated three significant achievements – Andy Landers’

Tiaria Griffin’s 46 3-pointers paced the Lady Bulldogs on 800th win at Georgia, the program’s 850th all-time successful shots behind the arc last season.

Georgia has been included in all but one preseason edition of the Associated Press poll since 1981-82. Only in 2008-09 were the Lady Bulldogs not featured in the AP’s initial projections. That year, Georgia was ranked No. 25 in the coaches poll before dropping out early in late November. While neither weekly poll had been issued at press time for this publication, the Lady Bulldogs were included in at least two traditional preseason college basketball magazines. Athlon tabbed Georgia No. 14 in its top-25 rankings, while Lindy’s featured the Lady Bulldogs at No. 19 in its poll. “I’m not the least bit concerned with preseason polls,” Andy Landers said when informed of the prognosticators’ thoughts. “I’m concerned about this team creating its own identity. To this point, I’m very pleased with that development.”

victory and Landers’ 900th “W” of his collegiate coaching career – numbers indicate that there won’t be anything involving a pre- or post-game presentation during 2013-14. The Lady Bulldogs have 860 victories on their all-time ledger entering the season, while Landers opens the campaign with 823 victories at Georgia and 905 in his collegiate career. A 850th win at UGA for Landers this season would require that the current Lady Bulldogs’ best his impressive average of 24.2 wins per season in Athens.

Tube Time on tap for Lady bulldogs

Georgia has been one of the nation’s most televised teams over the past three decades. This season is no different. A dozen regular-season games will be televised – 10 of 16 SEC dates and two non-conference games. All told, the Lady Bulldogs have appeared on TV nearly 400 times over the past 30 seasons. The 2013-14 season will mark the 16th straight camLady Bulldogs Again Ranked Help Is already on campus Preseason polls are perhaps the only thing more The Lady Bulldogs’ four-player freshman class paign with double-digit television contests. Georconsistent for the Lady Bulldogs than invitations to will turn into a quintet next fall when Pachis Rob- gia has had 230 TV outings over that span, an average of more than 15 per season. the NCAA Tournament. erts becomes eligible to play for Georgia.

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In this section...

Andy Landers bio........................................................... 40-41 Andy Landers by the numbers........................................... 42 Joni Crenshaw bio............................................................... 43 Angie Johnson bio.............................................................. 44 Robert Mosley bio............................................................... 45 Meredith Mitchell bio.......................................................... 46 Support Staff bios............................................................47-50 Administration bios........................................................ 51-52 Khaalidah Miller bio....................................................... 53-55 Sydnei McCaskill bio........................................................... 56 Tiaria Griffin bio...............................................................57-58 Hannahkohl Almire bio........................................................ 59 Samantha Glodis bio........................................................... 60 Pachis Roberts bio............................................................... 61 Merritt Hempe bio........................................................... 62-63 Krista Donald bio............................................................ 64-65 Shacobia Barbee bio...................................................... 66-67 Kaelyn Causwell bio....................................................... 68-69 Halle Washington bio.......................................................... 70 Marjorie Butler bio.......................................................... 71-72 Erika Ford bio.................................................................. 73-74

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Andy

Landers

Head Coach ◊ 905-296 in 38 seasons overall ◊ 823-275 in 34 seasons at UGA ◊ Tennessee Tech '74 It’s a late afternoon in mid-July of 2012 and a former Lady Bulldog is en route back to Athens for a quick visit. In the car is a bag of assorted home-grown vegetables intended for delivery to Andy Landers’ house. When the player drives up to Landers’ home late in the day, she finds him in the midst of cutting his grass...with the same meticulous attention to detail that he uses to draw up a practice plan on a daily basis. The obvious question has to be posed. How many collegiate head coaches in any sport approaching their 800th win at a single school and 900th career victory overall can be found pushing a lawn mower? The aforementioned anecdote tells you all you need to know about Andy Landers, the first and still only full-time women’s basketball head coach in the University of Georgia’s history. Landers has long preached that “hard work is what built Georgia Basketball and what continues to be the backbone of everything we do.” And that goes for him, too.

Formative years on the farm

Landers’ work ethic and love of basketball were forged on a farm in Maryville,Tenn., where summers weren’t spent lounging. There was always a project or a chore. And on the rare occasion when there wasn’t, Landers fostered an affinity for basketball. “I grew up as a kid in the rural country,” Landers said. “You can’t go out and play baseball or football by yourself, but you can certainly shoot hoops. When there are no other kids and you’re looking for something to do, that’s what you have. I gravitated towards basketball and fell in love with it at an early age. I played on teams starting in elementary school all the way up through high school.” And at an early age, Landers knew that coaching basketball was in his blood and in his future.

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“I was in sixth grade when I decided that’s what I wanted to do,” Landers said. “A lot of it had to do with the fact that I had an uncle, A.J. Wilson, who coached at one of the county high schools and had incredible success with both football and basketball. Sometimes experiences like that just stick with you.”

From 12-year-old dreamer to 22-year-old coach

Once Andy Landers, just a dozen years old, decided that coaching would be his chosen profession, he blazed a trail to prominence. He became head coach at Roane State College in Harriman, Tenn., when he was just 22 and proceded to compile an 82-21 record and notch two top-10 national finishes in four seasons. He then set his sites on something significantly bigger. The date was March 7, 1979, when Landers fired off a letter to Vince Dooley, the University of Georgia’s head football coach and newly named Athletics Director, to inquire about interviewing to become UGA’s women’s basketball head coach. “For the past couple of years I have been possessed with the idea that the University of Georgia should feature the outstanding women’s basketball program in America,” Landers stated matter of factly in the correspondance’s second paragraph. “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 – on April 24, 1979 to be exact – a 26-year-old Landers was introduced as the Lady Bulldogs’ initial full-time head coach.True to his word, under Landers’ direction, the Lady Bulldogs quickly ascended from a program which may not have been even the fifth-best in the state of Georgia when he arrived to one that made its first Final Four less than four years later and today is among the top-5 nationally in virtually every ranking imaginable.


Staff Biographies In Landers’ first campaign, Georgia posted a respectable 16-12 record. The following year, the Lady Bulldogs won the Georgia AIAW Championship and also captured the WNIT national title. Two years later, Georgia found itself advancing to the Final Four in only the second edition of the NCAATournament. 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 three decades now, perhaps best witnessed by Lady Bulldog Basketball’s NCAA success. “It’s actually pretty plain and simple,” Landers states matter of factly. “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, but we’ve been up there near the top.” Georgia is indeed near the top of virtually every numerical ledger associated with women’s basketball. The Lady Bulldogs rank No. 2 nationally in both NCAA Tournament bids and appearances in the weekly Associated Press polls, as well as No. 4 in consecutive winning seasons...a tally that by no coincidence began when Landers first arrived. Georgia is one of only three women’s basketball programs to produce a winning record each and every season since the sport came under the auspices of the NCAA in the fall of 1981.

You’re a Lady Bulldog for life

While Landers thrives on winning, truth be told he is significantly prouder of the atmosphere surrounding Georgia Basketball. Only a select few are truly privy to what Landers firmly believes sets his program apart from all others...the Lady Bulldog family. “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 ChristiThomas, 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 stay-at-home mothers.

“I wanted to say ‘I’m a Georgia grad’ ”

The record of Landers’ players in the classroom is even better than their results on the hardwood. When 2013 senior Tamika Willis receives her degree in December 2013, all 64 four-year Lady Bulldog letterwinners will have secured a diploma from the University of Georgia. Lady (Hardmon) Grooms’ pursuit of her degree 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 academic requirements. Following the birth of her daughter, Gabby, Grooms received her degree 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 her way back to Athens to complete her degree in 2009. Holland-Corn starred at Georgia and went on to win two WNBA titles with Detroit and enjoy an equally successful career in France, Hungary, Italy and Spain. “I thought very briefly about finishing up overseas or in another place, but there was something about it,” Holland-Corn admitted. “I didn’t want to get my degree from anywhere else. I wanted to say ‘I’m a Georgia grad’...that I was one of the athletes who finished.”

A legendary figure from Dalton to Valdosta

All of the aforementioned helps explain why and how Landers has become a truly iconic figure in the state of Georgia and the basketball universe. From his trademark, slicked-back “doo” to the often gnawed but never lit cigar, folks that know Georgia and know hoops know Andy Landers.

Personal

Birthdate: October 8, 1952 Hometown: Maryville, Tenn. Family: Married to the former Pam McClellan; Children: Andrea and Drew.

Education

High School: Friendsville (’70) Bachelor’s: Tennessee Tech (’74) – Physical Education Master’s: Tennessee Tech (’75) – Physical Education

Career Milestones

◊ 2009 Georgia Sports Hall of Fame inductee ◊ 2007 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee ◊ 1986, 1987, 1996 & 2000 National Coach of the Year ◊ 28 20-win seasons; 18 25-win seasons; Three 30-win seasons ◊ 30 NCAAs; 20 “Sweet 16s”; 11 “Elite Eights”; Five Final Fours ◊ 11 Southeastern Conference Titles (Seven SEC Championships & Four SEC Tourney crowns) ◊ 105% graduation rate among four-year letterwinners ◊ Two Olympians with a combined six Gold Medals ◊ 24 former players into the WNBA; 38 pro players total ◊ 16 WNBA draft picks in the past 13 years

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Coaching Career Roane State College Georgia

1975-79 Head Coach 1979- Head Coach

Though numerous factors aligned perfectly to play a major role in the emergence of Georgia Basketball, it’s hard to imagine very many coaches would have capitalized as much on their surroundings as Landers did. “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.” While Landers has become more patient over time, his tireless work ethic is the driving and constant force behind Georgia Basketball...and the upkeep of his front yard. More than three decades later, Landers drives to work each day occupied with what it will take to accomplish his ultimate goal, the same objective he had in 1979: delivering a national championship trophy to the University of Georgia.

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Andy Landers: By the Numbers

A top-5 coaching ledger across the board! Weeks Ranked Rk. Coach Weeks

1. Pat Summitt 2. Andy Landers 3. Tara VanDerveer 4. C. Vivian Stringer 6. Geno Auriemma 5. Jody Conradt 7. Jim Foster 8. Sylvia Hatchell 9. Rene Portland 10. Debbie Ryan

618 499 446 407 406 395 369 344 336 328

Rk. Coach No. 1. Pat Summitt 2. C. Vivian Stringer 3. Andy Landers 4. Jody Conradt Sylvia Hatchell 6. Robin Selvig Tara VanDerveer 8. Jim Foster 9. Muffet McGraw 10. Geno Auriemma

36 32 31 29 29 28 28 26 25 24

Career Wins Rk. Coach No.

1. Pat Summitt 2. Sylvia Hatchell 3. Andy Landers 4. C. Vivian Stringer 5. Jody Conradt 6. Tara VanDerveer 7. Geno Auriemma 8. Robin Selvig 9. Jim Foster 10. Debbie Ryan

1098 908 905 901 900 894 839 798 783 739

Modern Era “Ws” Rk. Coach No.

1. Pat Summitt 2. Geno Auriemma 3. Tara VanDerveer 4. Andy Landers 5. Robin Selvig 6. Jim Foster 7. Muffet McGraw 8. C. Vivian Stringer 9. Debbie Ryan 10. Cindy Russo

923 839 835 780 744 742 714 705 673 649

Coaches with teams in weekly editions of the AP poll

Note: NCAA doesn’t recognize Landers’ three 20-win years at Roane State, a two-year school

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

Win totals since women’s basketball came under auspices of the NCAA in 1981-82

Average “Ws”

NCAA Bids

“Sweet 16s”

Final Fours

Rk. Coach Avg.

20-win seasons

Season-by-Season

1. Geno Aurriemma 2. Tara VanDerveer 3. Joe Foley 4. Andy Landers 5. Sylvia Hatchell 6. Joanne P. McCallie 7. Wes Moore 8. Gary Blair 9. Muffet McGraw 10. Robin Selvig

30.0 26.3 25.1 24.2 23.9 23.3 23.3 23.0 23.0 22.8

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

Rk. Coach No. 1. Pat Summitt 2. Andy Landers 3. Tara VanDerveer 4. Jim Foster 5. Geno Auriemma C. Vivian Stringer 7. Debbie Ryan 8. Jody Conradt Rene Portland 10. Leon Barmore, Sylvia Hatchell, Wendy Larry, Muffet McGraw, Robin Selvig, Kay Yow

31 30 28 26 25 25 24 21 21 20

Rk. Coach No. 1. Pat Summitt 30 2. Geno Auriemma 21 3. Andy Landers 20 4. Tara VanDerveer 19 5. Leon Barmore 17 6. C. Vivian Stringer 15 7. Sylvia Hatchell 13 8. Debbie Ryan 12 9. Jody Conradt 11 Jim Foster, Rene Portland, Marsha Sharp, Kay Yow

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Rk. Coach No. 1. Pat Summitt 2. Geno Auriemma 3. Tara VanDerveer 4. Leon Barmore 5. Andy Landers Muffett McGraw 7. Gail Goestenkors C. Vivian Stringer 9. J. Ciampi, S. Coale, J. Conradt, S. Hatchell, S. Hogg, K. Mulkey, D. Ryan, P. Sanderford, L. Sharp

18 14 10 9 5 5 4 4 3

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

1975-76 13-9 1976-77 23-3 1977-78 21-4 1978-79 25-5

Georgia: 823-275 (.750)

Season Overall SEC 1979-80 16-12 1980-81 27-10 1981-82 21-9 4-3 27-7 4-5 1982-83 30-3 8-1 1983-84 1984-85 29-5 7-1 1985-86 30-2 9-0 1986-87 27-5 7-2 1987-88 21-10 5-4 1988-89 23-7 6-3 1989-90 25-5 6-3 1990-91 28-4 9-0 1991-92 19-11 6-5 1992-93 21-13 4-7 1993-94 17-11 5-6 28-5 8-3 1994-95 1995-96 28-5 10-1 1996-97 25-6 11-1 1997-98 17-11 8-6 27-7 9-5 1998-99 32-4 13-1 1999-00 27-6 11-3 2000-01 2001-02 19-11 6-8 2002-03 21-10 10-4 2003-04 25-10 8-6 2004-05 24-10 9-5 23-9 10-4 2005-06 27-7 11-3 2006-07 2007-08 23-10 8-6 2008-09 18-14 7-7 2009-10 25-9 9-7 2010-11 23-11 10-6 2011-12 22-9 11-5 28-7 12-4 2012-13

Overall: 905-296 (.754)


Staff Biographies

Joni

Crenshaw Associate Head Coach

3rd season at Georgia

Alabama '02

Joni Crenshaw joined the Georgia staff as an Crenshaw helped Alabama and LSU land assistant coach in June 2011 and was promoted Personal top-5 individual prospects in the classes of to associate head coach in July 2012. 2010 and 2011 and also spearheaded the Tide’s Birthdate: March 7, 1979 With 11 seasons of collegiate coaching Hometown: Meridian, Miss. recruiting class for 2010 that ranked among experience, including the last five in the SEC, the nation’s top 10. With Crenshaw on staff, Crenshaw owns an ever-increasing reputation Education Lousiana Tech inked the 2006 Miss Basketball as one of the brightest young coaches in the High School: Meridian (’97) for both Alabama and Mississippi and Troy Bachelor’s: Alabama (’02) – women’s game. signed two future Atlantic Sun Freshman of “Joni possesses a vast amount of experi- Education the Year honorees. ence as both a college basketball coach and Crenshaw herself was a highly sought after former player in the Southeastern Conference,” Milestones basketball prospect. A native of Meridian, Andy Landers said. “She is a skilled recruiter ◊ 1997 Gatorade Mississippi Miss., she was the 1997 Gatorade Player of Player of the Year and coach, but equally important, she’s a qualthe Year for Mississippi after leading Meridian ity person who is an excellent role model for ◊ Four-year letterwinner and High to a 67-7 record during her junior and setwo-year starter at Alabama the young people whose lives we impact on nior seasons. She also won three state titles in ◊ Three-time SEC Community a daily basis.” track and field and was selected as the school’s Service Team member Homecoming Queen. Crenshaw spent the 2010-11 season as an assistant coach at LSU following two campaigns Coaching Career At Alabama, Crenshaw was a significant contributor to four teams that reached postas the associate head coach at Alabama, her Troy alma mater. season play – the 1998 and 1999 NCAA Tour2002-05 Assistant Coach Crenshaw also was on the staff at Louisiana Louisiana Tech naments and the 2000 and 2001 WNITs. She Tech for three seasons, serving as an assistant 2005-07 Assistant Coach was a two-year starter and scored 716 points, coach for two years before being promoted to 2007-08 Assoc. Head Coach grabbed 555 rebounds and blocked 103 shots, associate head coach. She began her collegiate Alabama a tally that still ranks No. 4 among the Crimson coaching career on the bench with a three-year 2008-10 Assoc. Head Coach Tide’s career leaders. stint at Troy from 2002-05. Crenshaw also was a standout off the basLSU ketball court. She was recognized as one of At each of the aforementioned coaching 2010-11 Assistant Coach stops, Crenshaw has signed top prospects and Georgia the most influential African Americans on the then helped them develop into highly success- 2011-12 Assistant Coach Alabama campus in 2001, was named to the ful players. SEC’s Community Service team for women’s 2012- Assoc. Head Coach In her first two years in Athens, Georgia’s basketball in 1999, 2000 and 2001 and was combined eight signees included a quartet of prospects with awarded a post-graduate scholarship from the SEC for her comState Player of the Year accolades to their credit. munity service record.

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Angie

Johnson Assistant Coach

2nd season at Georgia

Louisville '91

Angie Johnson, who possesses nearly two In addition, the Seminoles signed at least two decades of coaching experience in the Big Ten Personal top-100 prospects during five of her final six and Atlantic Coast Conferences, joined the Birthdate: January 13, 1969 years in Tallahassee. Lady Bulldogs’ staff in June 2012. Off the court, Johnson worked closely with Hometown: Ashland, Ky. “Angie’s work over the past 15 years was Florida State’s athletic academic support staff paramount to the success of the Florida State Education in monitoring the academic progress of the program, and we look forward to her having High School: team and helped the Seminoles achieve unthat impact at the University of Georgia,” Ashland Paul G. Blazer (’87) precedented performances in the classroom. Andy Landers said. “Angie is extremely well Bachelor’s: Louisville (’02) – While Johnson was at FSU, Florida State connected in the recruiting world, very well Biology had 25 members on the All-ACC Academic organized and has all the values and qualities Women’s Basketball Team since the award’s Milestones that we want on our coaching staff.” inception in 1998. FSU also had an ACC-best Johnson had been at Florida State since ◊ Four-year letterwinner at 67 ACC Academic Honor Roll selections. In Louisville 1997. In addition, she was an assistant coach 2007-08 and in 2008-09, Mara Freshour earned ◊ Ranked among the Cardinals’ at Wisconsin from 1994-97. Academic All-ACC honors as well as ESPNThe top-10 career leaders in In Johnson’s 19 seasons of coaching at the Magazine Academic All-District accolades. rebounds and games played Division I level, 13 teams have advanced to Prior to coaching collegiately, Johnson was postseason play. That tally includes 12 trips to Coaching Career the assistant coach at her alma mater, Paul G. the NCAA Tournament (one at UGA, eight at Wisconsin Blazer High School. Johnson was a four-year letterwinner at FSU and two at Wisconsin), including Florida 1994-97 Assistant Coach Louisville from 1987-91 and ranked among State’s first-ever “Elite Eight” in 2010 and the Florida State the Cardinals’ top-10 leaders in both career Lady Bulldogs’ “Elite Eight” last season. 1997-12 Assistant Coach “UGA has one of the richest winning his- Georgia rebounds (621) and games played (120) when tories in women’s basketball and has every 2012- she graduated. Assistant Coach component needed to be even more of a Johnson, who earned her bachelor’s degree national powerhouse,” Johnson said. “Its first-rate facilities, in biology, excelled in the classroom and community as well. academic excellence and amazing athletic traditions are among She was a Woodford R. Porter Scholar and recipient of the 1991 the things that initially draw you in, but what I continually hear Ed Kallay Senior Award, the highest honor the athletic departfrom staff and players is that the family atmosphere created by ment bestows, which is given to the male and female senior student-athlete for exemplifying the characteristics of leadership, Coach Landers is the best part of Georgia Basketball.” As Florida State’s recruiting coordinator, Johnson helped exuberance for sport, devotion to the University of Louisville, assemble classes that were ranked No. 6 and No. 7 nationally commitment to community service and dedication to excellence by ESPN’s Hoopgurlz in the falls of 2009 and 2007, respectively. in their sport.

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Robert

Mosley Assistant Coach

2nd season at Georgia

Miles '99

Robert Mosley, who enjoyed virtually unpar From 2004-10, Mosley served as head girls’ alleled success at the prep level before moving Personal basketball coach at Ramsay High School in into the collegiate coaching ranks, joined the Birthdate: April 11, 1975 Birmingham, Ala., where he led the Rams to Georgia Basketball staff in the summer of Hometown: Mobile, Ala. four 5A state titles in seven seasons. Ramsay 2012. He spent the previous two seasons as Family: Married the former advanced to an additional 5A Final Four duran assistant coach at Alabama. ing that span and also won five Birmingham Dasi Price in June 2007 “Coach Mosley has earned the respect of City Championships. All told, Mosley comeveryone throughout the basketball ranks,” Education piled a 187-48 record at Ramsay and coached Andy Landers said. “His work at every level High School: more than 20 players who went on to play has been superbly done and produced suc- Mary G. Montgomery (’93) at the collegiate level, headlined by current cessful results. He relates extremely well to Bachelor’s: Miles (’99) – Georgia graduate assistant manager Katherboth coaches and players and has been a Social Science Education ine Graham (LSU), Kaneisha Horn (Alabama), valuable asset to our staff. His coaching exSamone Kennedy (South Carolina) and SamMilestones perience, teaching capabilities and knowlmeika Thrash (Rutgers). edge of basketball will help us continue our ◊ Named to the Miles College Mosley was tabbed Alabama’s 5A Coach of Sports Hall of Fame constant quest to be the best we can be.” the Year four consecutive years (2004-07) and was named 2006 National Coach of the Year Mosley joined the Alabama staff in 2010 ◊ Named 2006 National Coach of the Year by the National and made an immediate impact on the Tide’s by the National Federation of High School Federation of High School fortunes. Alabama advanced to the “Sweet Coaches Association. Coaches Association 16” round of the 2011 WNIT, the program’s ◊ Four-time (2004, ‘05, ‘06 and Off the court, Mosley has been equally as active serving as a lecturer at various conferfirst postseason appearance since 2002. In‘07) Alabama 5A Coach of ences and coaching clinics and was a member dividually, Tierney Jenkins was named firstthe Year of the selection committee for the Women’s team All-SEC after leading the league and Basketball Coaches Association High School finishing fourth nationally in double-doubles. Coaching Career All-America Game. In addition, Kaneisha Horn was named Fresh- Alabama 2010-12 Assistant Coach A native of Mobile, Ala., Mosley received man All-SEC. his associates degree in science from Bishop “I’m excited about the opportunity to come Georgia Assistant Coach to Georgia and the opportunity to work with 2012- State Community College in 1995 and a bachan outstanding staff,” Mosley said. “Coach elor’s degree in social science education from Landers is a hall of famer, Joni Crenshaw is one of the bright- Miles College in 1999. Mosley was a two-year starter at small est up-and-coming coaches in all of women’s basketball and forward for Miles, a Division II school in Fairfield, Ala., and also Angie Johnson is a very seasoned and highly-respected coach is a member of the Miles’ Sports Hall of Fame. Mosley married the former Dasi Price in June 2007. and recruiter. I think we can do great things.”

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Mitchell Director of basketball operations ◊ 1st season at Georgia ◊ Georgia '11

Meredith Mitchell, a four-year letterwinner 8 in minutes played (35.0 mpg) as a senior and and three-year starter for the Lady Bulldogs Personal No. 15 in assists (2.6 apg) as a junior. from 2008-12, joined the Georgia Lady Bull- Birthdate: February 28, 1990 Mitchell was tabbed to the SEC’s All-Defendogs’ staff as director of basketball operations Hometown: Midfield, Ala. sive team by league coaches in 2011 following in August 2013. her junior season and also was named SEC “We’re always thrilled when our former Education Player of the Week on Feb. 27, 2012, after avstudent-athletes take steps in a direction that High School: Midfield (‘08) eraging 15.0 points, 5.0 assists and 4.0 steals leads them toward their career objectives,” Bachelor’s: Georgia (’11) – in wins over Ole Miss and LSU in her final two Andy Landers said. “We’re double thrilled Business Management games at Stegeman Coliseum. that Meredith will join our staff because her Master’s: Georgia (’13) – Prior to arriving in Athens, Mitchell was a objectives include athletic administration. We Sport Management standout at Midfield High School outside Birboth view this as a terrific starting point for mingham, Ala. She was a three-time All-State Milestones her and the timing couldn’t be more perfect selection in two different school classification considering she was wrapping up her master’s ◊ Three-time All-State selection sizes and was named to the Alabama Sports at Midfield High in sport administration when this opening Writer’s Association’s “Super-Five” All-Clashappened. Meredith is an exceptional young ◊ Helped Midfield to 2007 and sification, All-State team as a senior in 2008. 2008 Alabama 4A State lady, has been a terrific student, and possesses Mitchell helped Midfield’s Lady Patriots to Championships all the skills needed to be outstanding in this consecutive Alabama 4A State Championships ◊ Named to the 2011 SEC Allrole on our staff.” in 2007 and 2008. She also helped Midfield Defensive team by league Mitchell handles a wide variety of responsito a runner-up performance in Class 3A as a coaches bilties with the Lady Bulldogs, including team ◊ Four-time member of the SEC freshman in 2005 and the state semifinals in apparel and travel, as well as coordination 3A in 2006 as a sophomore. During her senior Academic Honor Roll of many aspects of Andy Landers’ success- ◊ Member of the 2011 SEC season, Mitchell averaged a triple-double of ful summer camp program. In addition, she 14.2 points, 11.0 rebounds and 10.0 assists as Community Service team serves as liaison with the Fastbreak Club, the Midfield finished with a 32-1 record and ranked for women’s basketball Lady Bulldogs’ official booster organization. No. 12 in the final USA Today national polls. After serving primarily as a reserve as a Career Mitchell, who was the Salutatorian of her freshman, Mitchell started 89 of 99 games Georgia senior class at Midfield, received her bachDirector of played in her final three seasons in Athens, 2013- elor’s degree in Management from UGA’s Basketball Ops completing her career with 880 points, 537 Terry College of Business midway through her rebounds, 241 assists and 174 steals. She senior season in December 2011 and started ranked No. 9 among SEC individual leaders in steals as both a master’s classes in her final semester of eligibility. She secured junior (1.7 spg) and senior (1.8 spg). Mitchell also finished No. her master’s in Sport Management from UGA in August 2013.

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luke Kelly Katherine John Cross Mathis Graham Bateman Operations Coordinator ◊ 1st Season

recruiting Operations coord. ◊ 2nd Season

graduate assistant manager ◊ 2nd Season

Marketing ◊ 10th Season

Luke Cross joined the Lady Bulldog Basketball staff in the summer of 2013 as Operations Coordinator. In this role, Cross is responsible for film exchange and breakdown, oversees the team’s student managers and assistants and helps coordinate game scheduling. “During Luke’s experience as a student manager he developed a strong awareness of the day-to-day operations within our office,” Andy Landers said. “His skill set and work ethic fit perfectly with this position. He has been a terrific asset to our program in the past and will continue to be for us in the future.” Cross served as a student manager for the Lady Bulldogs for three seasons from 2009-12. In addition, he held three positions on campus prior to joining the Lady Bulldogs on a full-time basis, working as a senior manager and lead official for intramural sports since August 2011, as a coordinator of the strength and conditioning center at the Ramsey Student Center since March 2012 and as a student ambassador for UGA Athletic Hospitality since August 2012. A native of Rabun Gap, Ga., Cross received his bachelor’s degree in recreation and leisure studies from UGA in December 2012.

Kelly Mathis joined the Georgia staff as coordinator of recruiting operations 2012. From 2011-12, she served as recruiting coordinator at Florida State and also was camp director for Seminole Girls’ Basketball Camps. Mathis was an assistant basketball coach at Washington and Lee University from 2010-11. In addition to coaching post players and defensive fundamentals, Mathis coordinated recruiting, team travel and film exchange and breakdown. From 2009-10, Mathis was business manager for Next Level Training in Knoxville, Tenn. She gained additional experience working basketball camps for the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, Francis Marion, Davidson and Maryville High School. Mathis played at Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, N.C. She helped the Lady Falcons to a 26-5 finish and the Conference Carolinas title as a sophomore, the same season she set the school single-game field goal percentage against Belmont Abbey by connecting on 9-of10 shots from the floor. A native of Maryville, Tenn., Mathis earned her bachelor’s degree in sports management from Pfeiffer in 2009.

Katherine Graham is in her second season as a graduate assistant manager with the Lady Bulldog Basketball program. Graham was a four-year letter winner at LSU, starting every game of her senior and junior season. She is one of only two players in LSU history to record a triple-double and the only player to do so in SEC play. Graham achieved that milestone on Feb. 7, 2010, with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against Ole Miss. She was the 25th player inTiger history to finish with 500 career rebounds (513), while also finishing her career with 295 assists and 713 points. Named to the SEC Coaches’ All-Defensive Team in her senior season, Graham proved effective offensively as well, finishing with a team high 102 assists on the campaign. She also was the Tigers’ third leading scorer at 8.2 points per game. She was selected to the SEC Community Service Team as well. Graham starred at Ramsay High School in Birmingham, Ala., where she was coached by UGA assistant coach Robert Mosely. During Graham’s career, Ramsay was 126-13 and captured four straight Class 5A state titles. She also earned Class 5A all-state honors as a junior and senior.

John Bateman, who has been a member of the UGA Athletic staff for nearly two decades, was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director of Marketing in March 2013 and is responsible for managing ticketing campaigns, venue concessions and merchandise contracts, promotional activities on georgiadogs.com, videoboard operations and gameday print operations. Bateman was Director of Promotions from 2004-06 and was responsible for the promotional efforts for all 21 Bulldog athletic teams. He joined the UGA staff in August 1994 and served as Assistant Director until 1997, when he was promoted to Associate Director. He was promoted to Director in July 2006. Bateman is a 1991 UGA graduate, receiving his bachelor’s in business administration. He served as a manager for the men’s basketball team for four seasons, including the 1990 SEC Championship squad. Bateman earned a master’s in sport management from Georgia in 1993 and worked as the championships and officiating assistant at the SEC 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.

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Maria Shannon Brendan Jolie breen dolezal Dwyer Helton Nutrition

3rd Season

Maria Breen joined the UGA Athletic Association staff as a sports nutritionist in August 2010 and coordinates nutrition and meal planning with UGA student-athletes. She specifically works with the women’s basketball, cross country, gymnastics, swimming and diving and baseball programs and supervises efforts for the equestrian, men’s golf and men’s tennis teams. Breen, a Savannah, Ga., native, obtained both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from UGA. She secured Cum Laude honors while earning undergraduate degrees in both dietetics and consumer foods in 2007. Breen then received her master’s in food & nutrition in 2009. Breen completed the process to earn the credentials of RD (Registered Dietitian) in 2010, and in 2013 obtained the designation of CSSD (Certification as a Specialist in Sports Dietetics). While in graduate school, Breen began working with the UGA Athletic Association as a student-athlete tutor and mentor from 2008-10. She was named the organization’s Tutor of the Year in 2008-09. After graduation, Breen served as a research assistant for the UGA Bone Clinic from 2009-10, focusing on pediatric bone intervention testing and trials.

Athletic Training ◊ 8th Season

Event Management ◊ 3rd Season

Shannon Dolezal joined the UGA Athletic Association’s sports medicine staff in July 2006. Dolezal also has aquired additional experience working with the United States Olympic Committee, USA Basketball and USA Field Hockey. She was athletic trainer for the U.S. team that won the women’s basketball gold medal at the 2011 World University Games in China. Prior to arriving in Athens, Dolezal served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at 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 2002 and 2003 she served as an intern for the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx. Dolezal received her bachelor’s of science degree in athletic training from the WisconsinLa Crosse in 2004 and her master’s in exercise science from Connecticut in 2006. She also received certification as an athletic trainer and as a strength and conditioning specialist in 2004 A native of Eagan, Minn., the former Shannon Becker is an avid runner. In October 2013, she completed her fifth marathon (Chicago) in the past three years. Shannon married Sam Dolezal in June 2013.

Brendan Dwyer joined the UGA Athletic Association in July 2011 as Assistant Director of Event Management. His duties include overseeing women’s basketball, cross country, soccer and track & field. Prior to coming to Athens, he was the Operations Manager at American University, where he was the lead event manager for soccer and swimming and diving and assisted with basketball. He also served as liaison between the athletic department and renters of American’s athletic facilities. Before leaving his mark at American, Dwyer was an event supervisor with Event Partners Inc. from 2008-09, assisting with operations of Carolina First Arena in Charleston, S.C.; Heritage Park Amphitheater in Simpsonville, N.C.; Appalachian State football stadium; and Clemson’s Littlejohn Coliseum. Dwyer also served as an intern at Clemson from 2007-08. A native of Silver Spring, Md., Dwyer earned two degrees from East Carolina University, his bachelor’s in communications and a master’s in sports management. He also assisted in multiple areas of ECU’s athletic department while a student there.

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2nd Season

Jolie Helton, a 2008 graduate of the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, returned to her alma mater as assistant director of promotions in July 2012. Helton oversees promotional efforts for the women’s basketball, softball, swimming and diving and volleyball programs. She is game day producer of those sports, directing pre- and in-game entertainment, public address, music and videoboard elements and coordinates the design and production of posters and promotional items for all sports. Helton came to Georgia after serving as assistant director of sports marketing at High Point for two years. She also was a marketing assistant at the University of South Carolina from 2009-10 and at the University of Washington from 2008-09. From 2006-08, the Alpharetta, Ga., native was a student assistant in UGA’s promotions and marketing department while an undergraduate and worked with the baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, football, gymnastics, soccer and men’s and women’s tennis programs. She received her bachelor’s degree in marketing in May 2008.


Staff Biographies

Jeremy cory Mike Josh Jenkins Kopaniasz Mobley Rucci ticketing

3rd Season

Jeremy Jenkins was named assistant manager of ticket operations for the University of Georgia Athletic Association in May 2011. In that position, Jenkins coordinates all ticketing operations for both the women’s basketball and baseball programs, as well as shared responsibilities with the football and gymnastics programs. Jenkins also has the pleasure of working alongside his grandfather, Tony Williams, who has been a member of the Athletic Association’s ticket office personnel for more than a decade. Prior to coming to Athens, Jenkins worked for a year and a half in the ticket office of the Atlanta Falcons, beginning as a ticket sales trainee before being promoted to group events and fundraising coordinator. Jenkins received his bachelor’s degree in sport management from UGA in August 2009 and was a member of a competitive paintball team during his days as a student. A native of nearby Watkinsville, Jenkins graduated from Oconee County High School in 2005. He is married to the former Candice Phillips of Savannah, Ga., and their family includes two dogs, Dozer and Kasha.

academic counseling ◊ 4th Season

Sports Communications ◊ 19th Season

Strength & Conditioning ◊ 5th Season

Cory Kopaniasz joined UGA’s academic counseling staff in January 1999 and became a full-time employee in July 2000. He served as the academic center’s intern and graduate assistant before taking over full-time duties. Kopaniasz assists the Lady Bulldogs in a variety of academic issues, including classroom performance, progression toward degrees, arranging of tutors and mentors, and the improvement of their study skills and strategies. He also advises the men’s basketball team and has previously worked with Georgia’s baseball, football, gymnastics, swimming & diving and tennis programs. Because of his father’s employment for NATO, Kopaniasz lived for a short time in Brussels, Belgium, where he graduated from Brussels American High School. He received his bachelor’s in Economics from UGA in 2000, and two years later, he earned his master’s degree in Sport Studies from Georgia. Kopaniasz served as Associate Director for Academic Support at Ole Miss in 2008 before returning to his alma mater. He is married to the former Candace Waters and they have one son, Caden.

Mike Mobley was named Associate Sports Communications Director in July 2000 after serving as Assistant SID since 1995. He handles media relations for women’s basketball and women’s golf programs, as well as assisting with football. In 2000, Mobley was honored 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 CoSIDA. Mobley received his bachelor’s in broadcast journalism from Georgia in 1989 and also served as a student assistant in the UGA SID office from 1985-89. Mobley worked with the 1990 Goodwill Games, Host Communications and Ken Small Marketing, which managed both the Kuppenheimer Classic and the Atlanta Thunder World TeamTennis franchise. He served as venue press chief for the boxing competition at the 1996 Olympics and as information manager for Olympic Broadcasting Services at the weightlifting venue during the 2012 London Olympics. A native of Winder, Mobley and his wife, Sallie, have two children: Kevin and Caroline.

Josh Rucci joined the UGA strength and conditioning staff in January 2006. He brought a wealth of experience to Athens, including a stint as an intern with the Chicago Bulls. From 2004-05, Rucci was a volunteer student assistant with the strength and conditioning program while an undergraduate at Bowling Green, working primarily with football and hockey. A native of Chicago, Rucci then completed a seven-month internship with the Bulls and helped the team to its second straight playoff appearance. In 2006, Rucci came to UGA as a graduate assistant. He coordinated the strength and conditioning efforts for the cross country and golf programs and assisted with basketball, swimming & diving and gymnastics. 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. He is married to the former Bridget Berish.

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Ben Dolezal Kennington Groff Aaron Jenkins Rachel konovalov

Ben Dolezal, a junior from Woodstock, Ga., majoring in sports management, is in his first season as a manager with the Lady Bulldogs. Dolezal is the son of Mavis andTim Dolezal and attended Etowah High School. He is the younger brother of Sam Dolezal and brother-in-law of Shannon (Becker) Dolezal, the Lady Bulldogs’ athletic trainer.

Kennington Rebecca Groff is assisting the Lady Bulldogs’ basketball operations staff this season after serving as a student manager a year ago. A senior from Johns Creek, Ga., Groff lettered in basketball, softball and lacrosse at The Wesleyan School. Kennington is the daughter of Bill and Cathy Groff and is double majoring in public relations and spanish.

Long Beach, Calif., native Aaron Jenkins is in his first season as a student manager with the Lady Bulldogs. Jenkins is majoring in Management within UGA’s Terry College of Business. The won of Darren and Carla Jenkins, Aaron played guard at the prep level for the Los Alamitos High School Griffins.

Jonathan Oshinski Catrina Rushing Jessica Taylor

Jonathan Oshinski, who is in his first season as a student manager with the Lady Bulldog Basketball program, is a junior from Suwanee, Ga. He is majoring in health and physical education. Jonathan attended Pinecrest Academy where he lettered in both basketball and baseball for the Paladins. He is the son of Dana and David Oshinski.

Catrina Rushing is in her third season with the Lady Bulldogs, her second as a student manager. A year ago, Rushing served as an office assistant for the team. An Athens native and graduate of Cedar Shoals High School, Rushing is a junior majoring in sports management and public relation. She is the daughter of Alma and Fred Rushing.

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Jessica Taylor is in her first season working with the Lady Bulldogs as a student athletic trainer. A year ago, she served the same role for the cheerleading and swimming and diving programs. A senior double-majoring in athletic training and exercise and sports science, Jessica is the daughter of Susan and Peter Taylor.

Rachel Konovalov is a freshman Buford, Ga., intending to major in animal science. She was a four-year student manager for the basketball teams at two high schools, attending North Gwinnett High as a freshman before transferring to Lanier High for her final three years. Rachel is the daughter of Marina and Denis Konovalov.


administration Biographies

Jere W. W. Morehead

Greg Mcgarity

University President

Director of Athletics

Jere W. Morehead became the University of Georgia’s 22nd president on July 1, 2013, having previously served as UGA’s senior vice president for academic affairs and provost since 2010. “Becoming president of the University of Georgia is a dream come true for a UGA graduate who has spent more than half of his life on this campus,” he said at the time of his appointment. “I truly believe the University of Georgia is poised to become one of the greatest public universities in the United States.” In announcing President Morehead’s selection, University System Chancellor Hank Huckaby said, “Our students will be in excellent hands under his leadership. Jere will bring the vision and energy essential to UGA advancing its land grant mission.” President Morehead’s career covers a wide range of faculty and administrative posts. Prior to 2010, he served UGA in several administrative roles, including vice president for instruction, vice provost for academic affairs, associate provost and director of the Honors Program, and acting executive director of legal affairs. He also has served as vice chair of the Georgia Athletic Association Board of Directors, vice chair of the UGA Research Foundation, UGA Foundation trustee and UGA Real Estate Foundation trustee. From 2003 to 2010, he served as the University’s Faculty Athletics Representative. President Morehead is the Meigs Professor of Legal Studies in the Terry College of Business, where he has held a faculty appointment since 1986. He is a co-author of several books and book chapters, including The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business, and he has published scholarly articles on legal topics ranging from export controls to jury selection. He has served as editor-in-chief of the American Business Law Journal and previously held several other editorial board positions with the ABLJ. He directed the UGA Law School’s Advocacy Program from 1986 to 1995 at a time when the moot court teams he coached won international, national, regional and state championships. In 1995, he served as a visiting professor of business law at the University of Michigan. While serving as vice president for instruction, he launched UGA’s Washington Semester Program, which now provides over 40 undergraduate students each year with the opportunity to live, work and study in Washington, D.C. President Morehead has received several University-wide teaching awards, including the Josiah Meigs Award – UGA’s highest honor for teaching excellence, the Richard B. Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, the Teacher of the Year Award in the Terry College of Business, and the Lothar Tresp Outstanding Honors Professor Award. A native of Lakeland, Fla., he served as an assistant United States attorney with the Department of Justice from 1980 to 1986. President Morehead is a 1980 graduate of the UGA School of Law, where he earned a Juris Doctor. He is the first alumnus of UGA to be named president since Dr. Fred Davison in 1967.

Athens native and University of Georgia graduate Greg McGarity was named Director of Athletics at UGA on August 13, 2010, after serving 18 years in the athletic department at the University of Florida. Since that time, McGarity has injected a program of imagination and innovation into the Georgia Athletic Association with emphasis on exploring new ideas and initiatives moving the organization forward in all areas of competition, academics, and service. Among the many initiatives are implementation of a nutrition program for all sports, greater emphasis on customer service as well as community service, scoreboard upgrades enhancing the in-game experience for guests and patrons in all sports, and developing leadership programs fostering staff development. In addition, he has encouraged the experimentation of new ideas such as moving volleyball competition to Stegeman Coliseum and helping bring a sold-out concert (Jason Aldean, 65,000) to Sanford Stadium for the first time in stadium history. He was also instrumental in development and implementation along with Nike of a new brand identity program which brings to Georgia sports teams consistency in use of colors, logos, lettering and numerals. McGarity oversees a 21-sport athletics program supported by a budget of $92 million. Since becoming Director of Athletics, Georgia teams have won a national championship in women’s swimming and diving (2013); a combined six SEC championships in men’s tennis, women’s tennis and women’s swimming and diving; two men’s tennis SEC Tournaments; and two SEC eastern division titles in football (2011 and 2012). During that time 18 different Georgia teams have been ranked in the nation’s top 20 and 10 in the top ten. A 1976 graduate of UGA’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, McGarity is a 2012 inductee into the Grady Fellowship, a recognition program to honor those whose influence, achievements and service to the media professions have enhanced the reputation of the Grady College. He was also appointed in 2012 to the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, a position he will hold through 2016. At UF, he served as Executive Associate Athletic Director after serving as both an associate and senior associate athletic director during his tenure. His duties at Florida included assisting the athletic director in daily operations of the department, assisting in preparation and approval of the annual budget and extensive involvement in long-term planning, contracts, competition scheduling and employment searches, among other areas. McGarity was involved in the planning and supervision of several construction projects, including the expansion of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium and the William Heavener Football Complex. McGarity was a letterman on the 1973 Bulldog tennis team and following graduation began his professional career at UGA. After serving as a student assistant from 1973-77, he held positions as assistant sports information director and head women’s tennis coach (1977-82), administrative assistant (1982-88), and assistant athletic director for facilities and event management (1988-92). McGarity is married to the former Sheryl Holland, who graduated from UGA in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in education. They have one son, Alex, a graduate of the University of Florida and the University of Georgia.

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David Shipley

Frank Crumley Executive Associate AD Financial Operations

Senior Associate AD Compliance

Jim Booz

Ron Courson Senior Associate AD Sports Medicine

Senior Associate AD Sports Communications

Glada Horvat

Matt Brachowski

Josh Brooks

Tim Cearley

Alan Thomas

Ted White

John Bateman

Steve Bryant

Emily Deitz

Steve Flippen

Faculty Athletics Representative

Claude Felton

Dr. Carla Dr. Williams Senior Woman Administrator Carla Williams, a four-year letterwinner for the Lady Bulldogs from 1985-89 as Carla Green, currently serves as Executive Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator. Williams serves as administrator for women’s basketball, gymnastics and men’s & women’s swimming and diving. She also has supervisory responsibility for academic support services, compliance, sports medicine, human resources and student services. Prior to returning to Athens, Williams worked at Vanderbilt, where she was an Assistant AD from 2000-03 and an Associate AD from 2003-04. She oversaw 11 sports as well as the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Williams received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Master’s in Public Administration from Georgia in 1989 and 1991, respectively. She was then an assistant coach on Andy Landers’ staff from 1991-96, including teams which reached the 1995 and 1996 Final Fours and won the 1991 and 1996 SEC Championships. Following the Lady Bulldogs’ NCAA runner-up campaign in 1996, Green moved into administration and served as UGA’s Assistant Director of Compliance from 1996-97. Williams was a graduate assistant for athletic academic support and coordinator for student-athlete development and life skills at Florida State from 1997-2000 while completing her Ph.D. in Sport Administration in 2000. A native of LaGrange, Ga., Williams led LaGrange High to two Georgia Class AAAA state titles before enjoying a stellar collegiate career. A three-year starter for the Lady Bulldogs, she finished her career with 1,115 points, 425 assists and 285 steals. Williams and her husband, Brian, have three children: daughters, Carmen and Camryn, and a son, Joshua.

Senior Associate AD Academics/Eligibility

Associate AD Academic Services

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Associate AD Event Management

Assistant AD Marketing

Associate AD Internal Operations

Assistant AD Sports Medicine

Associate AD Ticket Operations

Assistant AD Promotions

Associate AD External Operations

Assistant AD Compliance

Rhonda Kilpatrick Stephanie Ranson Charles Whittemore Mark Slonaker Assistant AD Academics & Eligibility

Assistant AD Business Operations

Assistant AD Facilities

Executive Director, The Georgia Bulldog Club


Player Biographies

Khaalidah

Miller 5-9 ◊ Senior ◊ Guard ◊ Atlanta, Ga. ◊ Frederick Douglass High School

2012-13 Season

◊ Starter for 15 of 35 games and finished as the Lady Bulldogs’ third-leading scorer, both overall and in SEC play. ◊ Notched a dozen double-digit scoring outputs, including a pair of 20-point games. ◊ Paced Georgia offensively in six contests, headlined by a 25-point outburst at No. 8 Kentucky that helped the Lady Bulldogs snap the Wildcats’ 34-game home winning streak. ◊ Enters her senior season with 169 3-pointers at Georgia, which is No. 6 all-time in program history. Well within striking distance of No. 3 Kim Berry (189) but quite a ways from No. 2 Kedra Holland-Corn (253) and No. 1 Cori Chambers (282). ◊ Opens her final collegiate campaign already at No. 3 among the Lady Bulldogs’ career leaders with 524 attempts from beyond the 3-point arc. No. 2 tally is 675 by Kedra Holland-Corn and school record is 742 by Cori Chambers. ◊ Scored a game-high 12 points in the season opener against Rutgers. ◊ With three 3-pointers against Furman, moved into a three-way tie with Coco Miller and Pam Irwin-Osbolt for the No. 10 spot among the Lady Bulldogs’ career leaders for 3FGs made in just the ninth game of her junior year. ◊ Scored nine of her 11 points in the final 7:17 at Georgia Tech, including 4-of-4 FTs in the final 32 seconds to help ice the victory. ◊ Averaged 13.8 ppg during the first four games following the holiday break (Dec. 28-Jan. 10)...and upped her season average to 10.0 ppg in the process.

◊ Tabbed as SEC Player of the Week on Feb. 4, following a career-high 25-point outburst in a 75-71 upset of No. 8 Kentucky. ◊ For the week, averaged 18.0 points in victories over Alabama and Kentucky by connecting on 52.6 percent of her FGs, 42.9 percent of her 3-point FGs and 90.0 percent of her FTs. ◊ Her 25 points and five 3-pointers made at Kentucky represented the most in a game for the Lady Bulldogs during 2012-13.

2011-12 Season

◊ Named honorable mention All-SEC by the AP. ◊ Among SEC leaders, ranked No. 12 in scoring, No. 2 in 3-pointers per game, No. 3 in minutes played, No. 6 in 3-point FG pct. and No. 8 in steals. ◊ Recorded 23 double-digit scoring performances, equaling Jasmine Hassell for the team high. ◊ Led the Lady Bulldogs offensively seven times, doing so against Georgetown, Montanta State, Appalachian State, Florida (in Athens), Mississippi State (in Athens), LSU and Marist. ◊ Connected on 72 3-pointers, the sixth-best single-season effort in Lady Bulldog annals. ◊ Attempted 203 shots from behind the 3-point arc, the fourth-most in a season in program history. ◊ Accounted for 49.0 percent of Georgia’s 3-pointers overall (72-of-147) and 49.2 percent in SEC play (34of-69). ◊ 51.4 percent of her field goals made – 72-of-140 – were from behind the 3-point arc. ◊ Extremely hot early against TCU, scoring 14 first-half points and connecting on 4-of-7 3-point FGs.

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◊ The only Lady Bulldog to reach double figures in the scoring column in each of Georgia’s first four games...a streak that eventually extended to seven outings. ◊ Exploded for a season-high 23 points against Appalachian State, including 17 in the second half. ◊ Played the final 3:13 of the first half and the entire second stanza at point guard against Appalachian State as Jasmine James missed the contest with a sprained knee and Meredith Mitchell (who started at point) took an inadvertent elbow to her right eye. ◊ Scored a game-high 21 points against Marist, her fifth career top-20 performance.

2010-11 Season

◊ Named to the coaches’ All-SEC Freshman team. ◊ Three-time SEC Freshman of the Week honoree – Jan. 3, Jan. 20 and Feb. 7.

Among SEC statistical leaders, ranked No. 12 in ◊ 3-pointers per game (1.3). ◊ In stat leaders for SEC games only, ranked No. 24 in scoring (10.7 ppg), No. 2 in 3-point FG pct. (.379) and No. 5 in 3-pointers per game (2.1). ◊ Georgia’s leading scorer in seven games – Loyola Marymount, Mercer, South Carolina (in Athens), at Kentucky, Alabama (twice) and Auburn. ◊ Became the 67th – of now 72 – freshman to start for Andy Landers at Georgia against TCU. ◊ Provided significantly increased contibutions following Christmas...after posting two double-digit scoring outputs in the first 11 games before the holidays, had 12 such outings in the 23 games thereafter. ◊ At Florida International, was 4-of-4 from the line in the final 43 seconds after the Panthers pulled within three with five seconds remaining. ◊ Scored 12 first-half points in the SEC opener against South Carolina by hitting all four 3s she attempted, including a 24-footer with three seconds left in the period. ◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Jan. 3 after averaging 13.0 points while connecting on 44.8 percent of her field goals, 50.0 percent of her 3-pointers and 71.4 percent of her free throws in games versus Louisiana Tech, Florida International and South Carolina. ◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week for the second straight time on Jan. 10 after exploding for 24 points at No. 10 Kentucky. Her scoring and field goals made (10) at Kentucky were season-high tallies for the team. ◊ The Wildcats tied the game four times in the second half. On three of those occasions, Miller answered with a bucket to give the lead back to Georgia. ◊ Knocked down the game-winning three with 13.8 seconds left at No. 20 Arkansas. ◊ Scored all 13 of her points against Mississippi State in the first half. ◊ Tabbed SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 6 after averaging 15.5 points by shooting 61.1 from the field, 54.5 from 3-point range and 75.0 from the free throw line in victories over Arkansas and Alabama. ◊ Knocked down six threes against Auburn, the most by any Georgia player during 2010-11 and tying the No. 5 mark in Lady Bulldog history.

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2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent Rutgers Presbyterian S.C. State Belmont Savannah St. St. Bonaventure New Mexico Furman Georgia Tech Mercer Lipscomb TCU Illinois Missouri Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Arkansas Texas A&M Florida Alabama Kentucky Auburn LSU Florida Arkansas Ole Miss Mississippi State Vanderbilt LSU Kentucky Montana Iowa State Stanford California

High School

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Pts. 12 7 2 2 4 22 8 17 11 10 5 5 17 11 14 13 8 4 7 4 11 25 10 0 9 8 0 3 2 2 2 0 0 3 7

◊ Coached by Vernise Harris-Hill at Douglass High. ◊ Named 2010 Miss Georgia Basketball as the all-classification player of the year by the Georgia Sports Writers Association (GSWA). ◊ Rated as the nation’s No. 33 overall prospect by the All-Star Girls’ Report, as well as No. 36 by Hoopgurlz, No. 40 by Blue Star, No. 42 by Peach State Hoops and No. 57 by the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report. ◊ Named honorable mention All-America by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. ◊ Tabbed AAAAA Player of the Year by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a senior. ◊ A three-time, first-team GSWA all-state pick in Class AAAAA, earning such status as a sophomore, junior and senior.


Player Biographies 2011-12 Game-By-Game Linescores

◊ A four-year starter who helped Douglass to a combined 80-33 record over that span including trips to the semifinals and quarterfinals of the 5A state tourney in 2007 and 2008, respectively. ◊ Scored 2,097 points during her prep career at Douglass and averaged 18.6 points, 5.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.9 blocks during her career with the Lady Astros. ◊ Scored in double figures in 103 of 113 games played for the Lady Astros, including 56 20-point outings, 16 30-point performances and a career-high 40 points against rival Stephenson as a senior. ◊ Connected on 242 3-pointers at Douglass.

Personal

◊ Born December 20, 1992, Khaalidah is the daughter of Willie and Phyllis Miller. ◊ Major: Human Development & Family Science. ◊ Recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2010-11 and 2011-12. ◊ Recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2012-13 and 2013-14.

Opponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. TCU 37 6-12 5-10 0-0 5 Georgia Southern 33 7-17 1-6 1-2 3 4-12 2-7 0-0 1 Coll. of Charleston 24 40 6-16 3-7 2-2 2 Southern Cal 39 5-12 5-10 1-2 3 Georgetown Northeastern 23 5-9 4-7 2-2 5 27 4-10 3-6 0-0 4 S.C. State 35 4-11 1-2 0-0 3 Georgia Tech Mercer 29 6-14 0-2 3-4 3 40 2-8 1-3 0-0 6 Gonzaga Montana State 25 5-12 3-8 0-0 3 40 6-18 3-11 8-9 11 Appalachian St. Furman 40 4-9 1-3 0-0 6 Arkansas 40 4-15 4-12 0-0 5 Tennessee 25 1-8 1-6 0-0 2 Auburn 32 5-12 1-6 1-1 7 Florida 37 7-10 2-4 3-4 4 39 7-12 3-6 0-0 4 Mississippi St. Kentucky 40 5-15 2-5 0-0 2 Ole Miss 39 5-20 3-10 0-0 11 Vanderbilt 40 0-7 0-4 0-0 2 Tennessee 40 3-13 1-10 0-0 0 Mississippi St. 33 6-13 3-6 1-1 7 Alabama 35 4-13 2-4 4-4 4 Vanderbilt 40 4-13 2-7 0-0 6 South Carolina 40 4-8 1-4 1-2 1 25 2-6 0-3 0-0 3 Florida Ole Miss 30 5-10 4-9 0-0 8 LSU 36 5-11 4-7 0-2 6 South Carolina 32 3-10 1-6 1-2 1 Marist 36 6-13 5-12 4-4 1

A B S 1 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 3 2 0 2 2 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 5 4 0 4 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 3 3 1 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 6 1 0 1 3 0 4 6 0 0 1 0 2 3 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 2

Pts. 17 16 10 17 16 16 11 9 15 5 13 23 9 12 3 12 19 17 12 13 0 7 16 14 10 11 4 14 14 8 21

2010-11 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent Ga. Southern Chattanooga Indiana Southern Cal Denver Loyola Marymount Southern Miss Ga. Tech Mercer High Point TCU La. Tech FIU S. Carolina Kentucky Arkansas Florida Alabama Mississippi St. S. Carolina LSU Arkansas Alabama Vanderbilt Ole Miss Kentucky Tennessee Auburn Florida S. Carolina Tennessee Middle Tennessee Florida State Texas A&M

MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. 18 2-8 1-6 1-2 5 25 2-8 0-4 0-2 3 22 2-6 1-4 2-3 1 11 2-3 1-2 0-0 4 18 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 15 7-9 1-2 0-0 3 26 3-7 1-3 0-1 2 23 3-12 0-5 2-4 1 26 7-12 1-4 1-2 4 29 3-7 1-2 2-3 6 19 2-5 2-5 0-0 2 24 4-8 2-4 0-0 0 36 4-12 1-6 5-7 6 31 5-9 5-6 0-0 4 32 10-14 4-5 0-0 0 36 4-10 2-7 0-0 3 28 3-9 1-3 0-0 1 29 5-11 2-5 0-0 2 37 4-10 1-5 4-5 1 35 1-6 0-2 2-2 6 15 1-4 1-3 0-0 0 35 3-8 3-6 0-0 3 36 8-10 3-5 3-4 4 17 1-3 0-2 0-0 1 26 0-4 0-3 0-0 2 36 4-10 1-5 1-3 3 36 3-13 3-11 0-0 8 40 7-14 6-12 0-0 5 40 5-18 1-7 0-0 3 39 1-5 0-2 0-0 3 37 3-12 2-8 0-0 3 27 0-4 0-2 0-0 1 32 4-8 3-5 0-0 2 30 3-13 3-10 0-0 5

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Pts. 6 4 7 5 0 15 7 8 16 9 6 10 14 15 24 10 7 12 13 4 3 9 22 2 0 10 9 20 11 2 8 0 11 9

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Career Highs

Points: 25 Kentucky (2/3/13) Blocks: 1 10 times, most recent Alabama (1/10/13) Boards: 11 Ole Miss (1/22/12); Appalachian State (12/12/11) Steals: 6 Mississippi State (2/2/12) Assists: 6 South Carolina (2/16/12) Minutes: 40 12 times, most recent South Carolina (2/16/12)

Overall Career statistics

Season 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP-GS MP-Avg. 34-18 966-28.4 31-31 1071-34.5 35-15 812-23.2 100-64 2849-28.5

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 116-294 .395 53-163 .325 23-38 .605 98-2.9 140-369 .379 72-203 .355 32-41 .780 131-4.2 97-281 .345 44-158 .278 28-32 .875 101-2.9 353-944 .374 169-524 .323 83-111 .748 330-3.3

Season 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 16-11 509-31.8 64-153 .418 33-87 .379 10-14 .714 46-2.9 16-16 571-35.7 67-186 .360 34-103 .330 10-14 .714 72-4.5 16-8 393-24.6 44-124 .355 23-78 .295 18-20 .900 37-2.3 48-35 1473-30.7 175-463 .378 90-268 .336 38-48 .792 155-3.2

A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 54 59 5 28 46-0 308-9.1 67 50 2 58 42-0 384-12.4 49 28 3 36 50-1 266-7.6 170 137 10 122 138-1 958-9.6

SEC Career statistics

A TO BL S 29 28 3 12 35 24 1 30 23 8 1 15 87 60 5 57

PF-D Pts.-Avg. 25-0 171-10.7 22-0 178-11.1 19-0 129-8.1 66-0 478-10.0

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Player Biographies

Sydnei

McCaskill 5-6

Freshman

High School

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◊ Coached by Anthony Jones at Dr. Phillips. ◊ A four-year starter for the Panthers. ◊ Ranked as the nation’s No. 72 overall prospect by collegesportsmadness.com, as well as No. 86 by both ESPN Hoopgurlz and ProspectsNation.com. ◊ Also rated as the No. 19 point guard prospect by ESPN Hoopgurlz. ◊ Selected as the Florida Dairy Farmers Miss Basketball for Class 8A as a senior. ◊ Named All-State by the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches (FABC) as a sophomore, a junior and a senior ◊ Tabbed All-Central Florida Player of the Year by the Orlando Sentinel as a senior. ◊ Also earned first-team All-Central Florida honors as a junior and second-team accolades as a sophomore from the Sentinel. ◊ Helped lead Dr. Phillips to three consecutive Florida state championships in the state’s largest classification – as a 6A sophomore and 8A as both a junior and senior. ◊ As a senior, averaged 13.2 points and 9.1 assists per game while leading the Panthers to a 31-3 finish. ◊ Poured in 44 points and dished out 14 assists en route to earning 2013 state tournament Most Valuable Player honors. ◊ Scored 34 points in the Panthers’ wins over Life Center Academy and Archbishop Spalding to win the 2013 ESPNHS National High School Invitational (NHSI) in Bethesda, Md. ◊ As a junior, averaged 13.5 points and 8.0 assists per game in helping Dr. Phillips to a 30-4 record.

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◊ Scored 17 points, largely due to 4-of-5 shooting from 3-point range, in Dr. Phillips’ 72-50 over Miami Dr. Krop in the 2012 Florida 8A state title tilt. ◊ Averaged 19.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game in helping Dr. Phillips to a runner-up finish at the 2012 ESPNHS NHSI. ◊ Helped lead Dr. Phillips to a 34-2 record during her sophomore season. ◊ Scored 52 points in the fifth-seeded Panthers run to the 2011 ESPNHS NHSI title.

Personal

◊ Born March 8, 1995, Sydnei the daughter of Eljuria and Charles McCaskill. ◊ Major: Undecided.


Player Biographies

Tiaria

Griffin 5-7 ◊ Sophomore ◊ Guard ◊ Monticello, miss. ◊ Hattiesburg High School

2012-13 Season

◊ Started 17 of 35 games, including the last 10 contests. ◊ Along with Shacobia Barbee, made the Lady Bulldogs the only team to reach the “Sweet 16” round of the NCAA Tournament with two freshman starters. ◊ Posted 10 double-digit scoring outputs, highlighted by a 20-point explosion at Alabama. ◊ A double-digit scorer in five SEC games, including 10 points in the first half alone at Ole Miss. ◊ Invited to take part in tryouts for USA Basketball’s U19 national team…as was Shacobia Barbee. ◊ Recorded her initial double-figure outing with 15 points against Savannah State, Andy Landers’ 800th win at the University of Georgia. ◊ Became the 72nd freshman overall – and third during 2012-13 – to start for the Lady Bulldogs during Andy Landers’ tenure in Athens when she got the nod against St. Bonaventure. ◊ Reached double figures before halftime against Lipscomb and eventually produced what were then season-high tallies in points (18), rebounds (six) and steals (three). ◊ Exploded for a career-high 20 points at Alabama, including 13 in the second half. ◊ At No. 8 Kentucky, scored all seven of her points in a 17-2 surge that turned a 13-point deficit into a twopoint lead. Hit a three from the right corner at the 13:19 mark that gave UGA its first lead of the game at 49-47. ◊ Made her first SEC start against Texas A&M, the first of what became eight nods in league play. ◊ Opened the SEC Tournament with a 15-point outburst against LSU...hitting five threes.

◊ Her five threes made versus the Lady Tigers equaled the single-game high for the Lady Bulldogs during 2012-13 (also K. Miller at Kentucky). ◊ After averaging 7.1 ppg during the regular season, chipped in 8.2 ppg in Georgia’s six SEC and NCAA Tournament contests. ◊ Scored 10 of her 13 points after halftime in the Lady Bulldogs’ “Sweet 16” upset of No. 4 Stanford.

High School

◊ Coached by Caronica Jackson as a senior at Hattiesburg and by Vicki Rutland at Lawrence County High as a freshman, sophomore and junior. ◊ Selected first-team All-State as a junior and senior – for Class 4A in 2011 at Lawrence County and for Class 6A in 2012 at Hattiesburg. ◊ Tabbed to the Jackson Clarion Ledger’s “Dandy Dozen” of the Mississippi’s top 12 players prior to her senior season. ◊ Honored as Prep Player of the Year by the Hattiesburg American in 2012. ◊ Named Area Player of the Year by the Daily Leader of Brookhaven, Miss., as a junior and earned firstteam All-Area accolades from the publication as a freshman, sophomore and junior at Lawrence County. ◊ As a senior, averaged 24.1 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.5 steals and 2.5 assists per game to help Hattiesburg’s Lady Tigers to a 22-3 finish. ◊ Scored 38 points and chipped in six steals, five assists, five rebounds and two blocks in Hattiesburg’s 67-63 win over Forest Hill in the Mississippi 6A South State championship game.

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Player Biographies ◊ As a junior, averaged 30.1 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals per game while leading Lawrence County’s Lady Cougars to a 26-9 finish. ◊ Named to the all-state tournament team after scoring a game-high 39 points and adding nine rebounds, four steals and two assists in a 71-61 setback to New Albany in the Mississippi 4A championship game. ◊ Poured in a career-high 50 points against Wilkinson County during her junior season. ◊ Named Most Valuable Player of the 2011 Mississippi High School All-Star game after scoring a gamehigh 30 points and adding five rebounds and five steals. ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 20 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals per game for the 24-7 Lady Cougars. ◊ As a freshman, averaged 13.9 points per game to help Lawrence County to a 25-7 record.

Personal

◊ Born August 30, 1994,Tiaria is the daughter of LaShannon Slay and Steve Griffin. ◊ Major: Human Development & Family Science. ◊ Recipient of the Edwina Johnson Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2013-14.

Points: 20 Alabama (1/10/13) Boards: 8 Alabama (1/31/13) Assists: 4 St. Bonaventure (11/23/12)

2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent Rutgers Presbyterian S.C. State Belmont Savannah St. St. Bonaventure New Mexico Furman Georgia Tech Mercer Lipscomb TCU Illinois Missouri Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Arkansas Texas A&M Florida Alabama Kentucky Auburn LSU Florida Arkansas Ole Miss Mississippi State Vanderbilt LSU Kentucky Montana Iowa State Stanford California

MP 9 20 19 17 18 24 21 10 7 22 23 12 9 16 16 26 13 6 17 27 26 12 7 26 11 18 21 20 17 27 24 26 23 29 34

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

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

Pts. 5 8 2 7 15 14 5 6 2 5 18 8 0 9 10 20 2 0 4 12 8 7 0 10 5 0 12 4 8 15 2 4 8 13 7

Career Highs

Blocks: 1 Three times, most recent LSU (2/10/13) Steals: 3 Missouri (1/3/13); Lipscomb (12/16/12) Minutes: 34 California (4/1/13)

Overall Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 2012-13 35-17 653-18.7 87-268 .325 46-155 .297 35-51 .686 102-2.9 29 38 3 32 35-0 255-7.3 TOTALS 35-17 653-18.7 87-268 .325 46-155 .297 35-51 .686 102-2.9 29 38 3 32 35-0 255-7.3

SEC Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2012-13 16-8 279-17.4 37-114 .325 19-63 .302 18-23 .783 45-2.8 Totals 16-8 279-17.4 37-114 .325 19-63 .302 18-23 .783 45-2.8

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A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 7 19 2 13 17-0 111-6.9 7 19 2 13 17-0 111-6.9


Player Biographies

Hannahkohl

Almire 5-9 ◊ Freshman ◊ Guard ◊ Atlanta, Ga. ◊ riverwood international charter School

High School

◊ Coached by Vanessa White at Riverwood. ◊ A four-year starter for the Lady Raiders. ◊ Named Riverwood’s best defensive performer as a freshman, top offensive player as a sophomore and Most Valuable Player as both a junior and a senior. ◊ As a senior averaged 14 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals for the Lady Raiders. ◊ Named second-team All-Region 7AAAAA as a senior at Riverwood International Charter School. ◊ Topped 1,000 career points against Sprayberry on January 15 of her senior season. ◊ Also lettered in cross country, soccer, softball and track & field at Riverwood. ◊ As a senior, named first-team All-Region 7AAAAA in soccer and helped the Lady Raiders reach the Sweet 16 round of the State Tournament. ◊ As a sophomore, placed 22nd at the Georgia Cross Country Championships in Class AAA to help the Lady Raiders to a seventh-place showing in the team field. ◊ Placed sixth in the 800-meter run at the AAA State Track & Field Championships as a freshman after clocking a time of 2:23.30 in the finals. ◊ Member of the National Honor Society as both a junior and a senior. ◊ Named to the Honor Roll all four years at Riverwood. ◊ Takes part in the Wounded Warrior Organization.

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◊ Born August 12, 1995, Hannahkohl is the daughter of Monique and David Almire. ◊ Major: Art.

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Samantha

Glodis 6-3 ◊ Freshman ◊ Forward ◊ W. Palm Beach, Fla. ◊ Dwyer High School

High School

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◊ Coached by Jeryl Akins at Dwyer. ◊ Rated as the No. 119 overall prospect in the country by collegesportsmadness.com. ◊ Ranked as the nation’s No. 18 post prospect by ESPN Hoopgulrz. ◊ As a senior, averaged 10.0 points, 9.8 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game to help Dwyer’s Panthers post a 23-6 record. ◊ Scored 17 points and collected 12 boards in Dwyer’s 71-50 victory over Flanagan in the Class 8A regional final to give the Panthers their first-ever state tournament berth. ◊ Poured in 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in Dwyer’s 69-65 loss to Dr. Phillips – and Georgia teammate Sydnei McCaskill – in the semifinals of the Florida 8A State Tournament. ◊ Helped Dwyer reach the round of 16 of the 2012 8A State Tournament. ◊ As a junior, averaged a double-double of 10.2 points and 10.4 rebounds – as well as 1.6 blocks – for the Panthers en route to a 23-5 finish. ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 7.2 points, 12.3 rebounds and 2.8 blocks per game while helping Dwyer to a 22-7 record.

Personal

◊ Born December 13, 1994, Samantha is the daughter of Lisa and Paul Glodis. ◊ Major: Undecided.

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pachis

roberts 5-11

sophomore

Guard

powder springs, Ga. ◊

Tr.-syracuse

◊ Transferred to Georgia during the summer of 2013. ◊ Named to 2012 Parade Magazine’s All-Amercia team ◊ Per NCAA regulations regarding transfers, will be and tabbed fourth-team All-America by MaxPreps. able to practice but not play this season. ◊ Selected as the 2012 Miss Georgia Basketball by the ◊ Will have three years of eligibility remaining at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlanta Tip-off beginning with the 2013-14 campaign. Club and the Georgia Sports Writers’ Association. ◊ Named consensus first-team All-State as a senior af2012-13 Season ter securing second-team and honorable mention ◊ Saw action in 16 games, including a pair of doublehonors from the GSWA and the Atlanta Journaldigit outings, as a freshman for the Orange. Constitution, respectively, as a junior. ◊ Averaged 3.6 points, 1.8 rebounds and 0.8 steals per ◊ Selected as the 2012 Marietta Daily Journal Player of game during the season. the Year. ◊ Helped Syracuse to a 24-8 record, the program’s best ◊ As a senior, averaged 17.9 points, 10.5 rebounds, 3.8 winning percentage in the NCAA era of women’s steals, 2.4 assists and 1.7 blocks as a senior with 18 basketball, an NCAA Tournament bid and finished double-doubles. the season ranked No. 22 by the Associated Press. ◊ Led McEachern’s Indians to a perfect 33-0 record and ◊ Recorded her double-digit scoring outputs in consecthe 2012 Class 5A Georgia State Championship. utive games against ACC competition. ◊ McEachern finished the 2012 campaign ranked No. 2 ◊ Scored 11 points, grabbed four rebounds, collected ranking in the POWERADE FAB 50. two steals and blocked a shot in just 13 minutes of ◊ Helped McEachern to a 25-7 finish and a runner-up action in a 75-72 overtime victory over Georgia Tech showing in the Class 5A State Tourney as a junior. in the opening round of the San Juan Shootout. ◊ Scored a game-high 23 points and added seven re◊ Followed that outing with another 11-point perforbounds, five assists and three steals in McEachern’s mance in a season-high 21 minutes of action versus victory over Mill Creek in the 2011 state semifinals. Virginia in San Juan. ◊ Helped Indians to a 24-6 mark and the “Sweet 16” of ◊ Collected a season-best four rebounds in three conthe 2010 State Tourney and a 22-7 record as a freshtests – at St. Joseph’s, against Georgia Tech and verman in 2009. sus Binghamton. ◊ Also a four-year letterwinner in volleyball and soccer.

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◊ Coached by Phyllis Arthur at McEachern High School. ◊ Born November 3, 1994, Pachis is the daughter of Phil◊ Scored 1,591 career points for McEachern while helplip and Marie Roberts. ing the Indians to a combined 104-20 record in her ◊ Major: Consumer Economics. four seasons.

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Merritt

Hempe 6-2 ◊ Sophomore ◊ Forward ◊ Fredericksburg, Va. ◊ stafford High School

2012-13 Season

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◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. ◊ Logged action in 30 of 35 games, including a quartet of starts against S.C. State, Belmont, Savannah State and Alabama in Athens. ◊ Finished second on the team with 18 blocks, including an impressive 10 of those versus SEC competition. ◊ Posted her first career double-digit output in just the second game of the campaign against Presbyterian. ◊ Against S.C. State, became the 71st – of now 72 – freshman to get the starting nod during Andy Landers’ 34 seasons in Athens. ◊ Scored 10 points against St. Bonaventure – largely due to a perfect 6-of-6 performance from the line – in the opening round of the University of New Mexico Thanksgiving Tournament. ◊ Missed the Mercer, Lipscomb, at Alabama and Arkansas games resting an injured right foot – a condition athletic trainer Shannon Dolezal managed from early-December through the rest of the season. ◊ After playing primarily at the ‘4’ during November and early December, logged some minutes at the ‘5’ as well during the 2013 portion of the slate. ◊ Made her first career Southeastern Conference start against Alabama in Athens and scored nine points... after producing 13 points in her previous seven SEC appearances combined. ◊ Scored a vital stickback with 57 seconds left against Auburn to give UGA a four-point lead. ◊ Blocked four shots against Arkansas in Athens to equal the most in a single game by a Lady Bulldog during 2012-13, also established by Anne Marie Armstrong at LSU and vs. Montana.

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High School

◊ Coached by Carl Harris at Stafford. ◊ Tabbed second-team All-Met by the Washington Post as a senior after securing honorable mention status as a junior. ◊ An honorable mention pick to the Virginia High School Coaches Association’s all-classification allstate team as a senior. ◊ Selected to play in the Capital Classic All-Star game, a contest pitting Virginia players against Maryland and helped Virginia secure a 74-49 victory. ◊ Named 2012 Commonwealth District Player of the Year as a senior. ◊ Finished her Stafford career with a school-record 1,476 points, 175 more than the previous mark. ◊ As a senior, averaged 23.7 points, 9.9 rebounds, 2.6 blocks, 1.6 steals and 1.2 assists per game to lead Stafford to a 15-11 finish. ◊ In 29 games during her senior season, posted 19 20-point performances and five 30-point outings. ◊ Scored a season-high 34 points twice – in a 62-39 victory over Albemarle on Dec. 20 and in a 78-37 decision over Orange County on Jan. 3. ◊ Became Stafford’s career scoring leader during a 31-point outburst against Albemarle on Feb. 3. Surpassed the previous mark established by Marquel Davis, who went on to play at Pitt. ◊ As a junior, averaged a double-double of 20.0 points and 11.8 rebounds per game while also contributing 3.1 bpg and 1.5 assists per game for the Indians in a 17-7 campaign. ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 12.6 points per game for Stafford.


Player Biographies 2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores

Personal

◊ Born July 27, 1994, Merritt is the daughter of Rebecca and David Hempe. ◊ Major: Undecided. ◊ Recipient of the Val Porter Family Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2013-14.

Opponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. Rutgers 12 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 Presbyterian 24 5-8 1-3 0-2 6 S.C. State 25 2-12 0-2 3-3 9 Belmont 21 0-2 0-2 4-4 6 Savannah St. 18 2-4 0-1 0-0 3 St. Bonaventure 21 2-5 0-1 6-6 3 20 3-5 0-1 2-3 9 New Mexico Furman 11 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 Georgia Tech 16 1-1 0-0 0-0 5 Mercer DNP Lipscomb DNP 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 TCU Illinois 8 1-3 0-0 0-0 5 Missouri 11 3-4 1-2 0-0 6 Tennessee 10 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 Alabama DNP South Carolina 7 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 Arkansas DNP Texas A&M 2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 Florida 16 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 Alabama 16 4-7 0-1 1-1 3 Kentucky 10 1-4 0-2 0-0 4 Auburn 11 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 LSU 7 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 Florida 7 1-2 0-0 2-4 3 Arkansas 21 2-5 0-0 1-2 4 Ole Miss 11 1-5 0-0 0-2 1 Mississippi State 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 Vanderbilt 9 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 LSU 13 1-5 0-0 0-0 1 Kentucky 7 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 Montana 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Iowa State 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Stanford 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 California DNP

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Career Highs

Points: 11 Presbyterian (11/14/12) Boards: 9 New Mexico (11/24/12); S.C. State (11/16/12) Assists: 2 Three times, most recent Iowa State (3/25/13)

Blocks: 4 Arkansas (2/21/13) Steals: 3 Presbyterian (11/14/12) Minutes: 25 S.C. State (11/16/12)

Overall Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 2012-13 30-4 357-11.9 37-97 .381 3-19 .158 20-29 .690 85-2.8 12 25 18 13 57-1 97-3.2 TOTALS 30-4 357-11.9 37-97 .381 3-19 .158 20-29 .690 85-2.8 12 25 18 13 57-1 97-3.2

SEC Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 2012-13 14-1 146-10.4 17-41 .415 2-8 .250 5-11 .455 33-2.4 4 9 8 5 27-0 41-2.9 Totals 14-1 146-10.4 17-41 .415 2-8 .250 5-11 .455 33-2.4 4 9 8 5 27-0 41-2.9

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Player Biographies

Krista

donald 5-11

Junior

2012-13 Season

15

Forward/Guard

◊ Missed the first dozen games of the season during the fall semester while focusing on her academics. ◊ Returned to see action in 21 of the remaining 23 contests, including 14 of 16 SEC dates and all six postseason outings. ◊ Returned to workouts following the conclusion of Final Exams. ◊ Dressed out for the first time against Lipscomb and then saw her first action of the year at Illinois. ◊ Solid spark off the bench against Missouri in the SEC opener, hitting her first two shots from the floor in a span of 2:35 after checking in midway through the first half. ◊ Enjoyed a strong outing at Arkansas, producing to that point in the season what were her most points, rebounds, assists and minutes. Made an athletic layup at the 5:27 mark of the second half in Fayetteville that put Georgia up for good. ◊ Notched her first start of the season – and the initial SEC start of her career – against Florida and responded with a season-high 11 points. ◊ Sat out Alabama game in Athens while nursing nagging knee injury...dressed out and was available but DNP via coach’s decision. ◊ Was a solid contributor against LSU in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals, recording three assists in four minutes, as well as a great hustle play to save a ball headed out of bounds. ◊ Got the Lady Bulldogs off the schneid against Stanford in the “Sweet 16” by putting in her own miss at the 14:25 mark of the first half to end a 9-0 run by the Cardinal to open the contest.

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lake, miss. ◊

2011-12 Season

lake High School

◊ Freshman who displayed a keen penchant to contribute when the team was short-handed and needed her most...i.e. double-double versus Appalachian State and 18 points at Alabama. ◊ Hindered by a posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury in her left knee from the pre-season throughout her initial campaign in Athens. The setback greatly decreased her ability to practice and also cut her potential playing time on occasion. ◊ Posted a trio of double-digit scoring efforts and a pair of double-figure rebounding tallies during her initial season in Athens. ◊ Took care of a trio of career milestones against College of Charleston, notching her first double-digit performances for points and rebounds...and therefore her first double-double as well. ◊ Logged her first career start against Northeastern... one of 72 Lady Bulldog freshmen to start under Andy Landers during his first 34 seasons in Athens. ◊ Recorded her second double-double of the season with 22 points and 13 rebounds against Appalachian State...at that point, her 10 FGs made and baker’s dozen of boards were single-game highs for the Lady Bulldogs. ◊ Had nine points and eight rebounds in the first half alone against the Mountaineers. ◊ Perfect from the field and impressively grabbed a pair of vital defensive rebounds in the final 84 seconds against Florida in Athens. ◊ Aggravated her PCL injury at Mississippi State. Dressed out but did not play in the next two games versus Kentucky and Ole Miss.


Player Biographies 2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. Rutgers DNP Presbyterian DNP S.C. State DNP Belmont DNP Savannah St. DNP St. Bonaventure DNP New Mexico DNP Furman DNP DNP Georgia Tech Mercer DNP Lipscomb DNP TCU DNP 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Illinois Missouri 7 2-3 1-1 0-0 0 Tennessee 17 1-3 0-2 0-0 1 Alabama 10 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 South Carolina 8 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 Arkansas 24 2-4 0-0 1-2 5 Texas A&M 17 1-2 0-1 4-4 3 Florida 16 3-5 0-0 5-6 4 Alabama DNP Kentucky 6 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 Auburn 9 0-1 0-1 2-2 1 LSU 10 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 Florida 9 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 Arkansas 11 1-6 0-1 0-0 7 Ole Miss 16 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 Mississippi State DNP Vanderbilt 16 0-1 0-0 0-0 6 LSU 4 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 Kentucky 8 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 Montana 13 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 Iowa State 8 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 Stanford 9 1-5 0-2 0-0 4 California 14 1-1 0-0 0-0 1

2011-12 Game-By-Game Linescores

A B S Pts.

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Opponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. TCU 7 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 Georgia Southern 13 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 Coll. of Charleston 21 2-4 0-0 6-8 10 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Southern Cal Georgetown 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Northeastern 23 3-4 1-1 0-0 5 S.C. State 12 1-2 0-0 5-6 3 Georgia Tech 7 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 Mercer 21 3-5 0-0 1-1 3 Gonzaga 13 1-4 0-1 2-2 2 Montana State 13 2-3 0-0 1-2 1 Appalachian St. 31 10-16 0-1 2-4 13 Furman 17 2-4 0-0 4-5 2 Arkansas 5 0-3 0-0 0-0 0 Tennessee 16 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 Auburn 13 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 Florida 11 2-2 0-0 1-2 3 Mississippi St. 4 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 Kentucky DNP Ole Miss DNP Vanderbilt 14 2-3 0-0 1-2 3 Tennessee 10 2-7 0-0 0-1 3 Mississippi St. 7 2-3 0-0 0-1 3 Alabama 24 7-14 0-0 4-7 9 Vanderbilt DNP South Carolina DNP Florida 7 0-3 0-0 2-2 2 Ole Miss 17 1-2 1-1 2-4 2 LSU 6 1-1 0-0 4-4 1 South Carolina 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 Marist 27 3-4 1-1 1-2 9

A B S Pts. 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 7 1 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 5 2 1 1 22 1 1 1 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 5 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 18 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

2 5 6 0 8

◊ Named All-America by Parade Magazine as a senior. ◊ Tabbed as the state of Mississippi’s Gatorade Player of the Year for 2011. ◊ Also named Miss Basketball by the Jackson ClarionLedger as a senior, as well as first-team All-State. ◊ A three-time member of the Clarion-Ledger’s Dandy Dozen honoring the state’s top 12 prep prospects. ◊ As a senior, averaged 24.1 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per game. ◊ Led Lake’s Hornets to a 20-12 finish and and the semifinas of the 2A State Tournament as a senior. ◊ Scored eight points, grabbed five rebounds and rejected two shots in helping Mississippi defeat Alabama, 73-60, in their annual all-star matchup. ◊ As a junior, averaged 19.1 points, 11.7 rebounds and 1.7 steals. ◊ Named the ESPN Rise Regional Player of the Week for the Southeast on Feb. 17, 2010 as a junior after scoring a career-high 37 points in an upset of Newton, which entered the game with a 25-2 record.

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Personal

◊ Born January 10, 1993, Krista is the daughter of Angelia Donald. ◊ Major: Criminal Justice. ◊ Recipient of the Andy Landers Women’s Basketball ◊ A four-year starter who scored 2,456 points and Scholarship for 2012-13 and 2013-14. hauled down 1,470 rebounds at Lake. ◊ Ranked as the No. 55 prospect in the country – and No. 12 wing – by the Girls’ Basketball Report. ◊ Returned to action at Vanderbilt and was a bright spot with five points and three boards in 14 MP. Career Highs ◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 6, largely Points: 22 Appalachian State (12/22/11) Blocks: 2 Montana (3/23/13) due to her game-high tallies of 18 points and nine Boards: 13 Appalachian State (12/22/11) Steals: 2 Florida (1/12/12) rebounds at Alabama the previous day. Assists: 4 Northeastern (11/27/11) Minutes: 31 Appalachian State (12/22/11) ◊ All told, 10 different Georgia freshmen – including current teammates Shacobia Barbee, Erika Ford Overall Career statistics and Khaalidah Miller – have combined to earn SEC Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. Freshman of the Week honors 21 times since the 2011-12 27-1 354-13.1 47-97 .485 3-5 .600 37-55 .673 86-3.2 15 33 4 10 40-0 134-5.0 award’s inception in 2006. .388 2-13 .154 12-14 .857 53-2.5 17 25 5 4 29-0 52-2.5 2012-13 21-1 237-11.3 19-49 ◊ Turned a solid linescore against Marist in the NCAA TOTALS 48-2 591-12.3 66-146 .452 5-18 .278 49-69 .710 139-2.9 32 58 9 14 69-0 186-3.9 Tournament – 8 points (on 3-of-4 FG and 1-of-2 FT SEC Career statistics shooting) and a team-high nine boards in a seasonSeason GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. most 27 minutes of playing time.

High School

◊ Coached by Victor Gilstrap at Lake High School.

2010-11 12-0 134-11.2 2012-13 14-1 176-12.6 TOTALS 26-1 310-11.9

19-46 .413 14-38 .368 33-84 .393

1-1 1.000 14-23 .609 1-9 .111 12-14 .857 2-10 .200 26-37 .703

31-2.6 5 11 0 4 15-0 53-4.4 41-2.9 12 19 3 3 23-0 41-2.9 72-2.8 17 30 3 7 38-0 94-3.6

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shacobia

barbee 5-10 ◊ sophomore ◊ Guard/Forward ◊ murfreesboro, Tenn. ◊ Riverdale High School

2012-13 Season

20

◊ Voted by SEC coaches to both the All-Freshman and All-Defensive teams. ◊ UGA’s league-leading 30th member of the SEC AllFreshman team since the award’s inception in 1987. ◊ The first UGA freshman to earn a spot on the SEC coaches’ All-Defensive team since the award’s inception in 2008. ◊ Named to the All-Spokane Regional team of the NCAA Tournament, the first UGA freshman to secure AllRegional honors since Teresa Edwards in 1983. ◊ Invited to take part in tryouts for USA Basketball’s U19 national team…as was Tiaria Griffin. ◊ On the floor for the opening tip in 34 of 35 games, missing out on a starting assignment only at Georgia Tech. ◊ Led Georgia in steals and ranked second on the team in both rebounds and assists. ◊ Paced UGA in rebounds in 11 games, in steals in 14 outings and in assists in six contests. ◊ Among SEC leaders, ranked No. 5 in steals and No. 18 in rebounding. ◊ Became the 70th – of now 72 – freshman to start for the Lady Bulldogs for Andy Landers at UGA against Rutgers...and the 22nd to get the nod in her collegiate debut. ◊ Reached double figures in SEC play for the first time with 14 points at Alabama. Also notched seven steals, both the most by a Lady Bulldog all season and by any SEC player in league play. ◊ Posted game-high tallies of 15 points and 11 rebounds at Arkansas, which also resulted in her first career double-double.

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◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 25 after averaging 8.5 points, 3.5 assists and 3.0 steals in a pair of victories over Arkansas and Ole Miss. In addition to her aforementioned double-double in Fayetteville, dished a game-high six assists against the Razorbacks and had a game-high four steals versus the Rebels. ◊ Became the 10th Lady Bulldog to capture SEC Freshman of the Week (a combined 21 times) since the award’s inception in 2006. ◊ An extremely solid freshman year turned into something even more special in the post-season. Averaged 6.4 ppg and 5.4 rpg in the regular season but upped those contributions to 11.3 ppg and a teambest 8.3 rpg in SEC and NCAA Tournament play. ◊ Along with Tiaria Griffin, made the Lady Bulldogs the only team to reach the “Sweet 16” round of the NCAA Tournament with two freshman starters. ◊ Posted double digits in the scoring column in four of six postseason games, including a career-high 20 points against No. 23 Iowa State in the second round of the NCAAs. ◊ Recorded two of her three double-doubles in the postseason, doing so versus LSU in the 2013 SEC quarterfinals and Cal in the “Elite Eight.” ◊ Logged 41 minutes in UGA’s “Elite Eight” overtime matchup with California, the most MP by any Lady Bulldog during 2012-13.

High School

◊ Coached by Hillary Hodges as a freshman and sophomore and by John Wild as a junior and senior for the ultrasuccessful Riverdale program.


Player Biographies ◊ Tabbed Miss Tennessee Basketball for Class AAA by 2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic AssociaOpponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. A B S Pts. tion (TSSAA) as both a junior and a senior. Rutgers 21 0-5 0-3 1-4 3 3 0 0 1 Presbyterian 24 2-4 0-1 0-0 5 3 1 5 4 ◊ Named the state of Tenneesse’s Gatorade Player of S.C. State 22 2-4 0-2 0-2 5 1 0 2 4 the Year as a junior in 2011. Belmont 21 2-6 1-1 0-0 4 3 0 3 5 ◊ Honored as the all-sports high school Female Athlete Savannah St. 23 2-3 2-3 0-0 4 3 0 1 6 St. Bonaventure 24 1-4 0-2 0-0 6 5 1 2 2 of the Year by the Nashville Sports Council at its New Mexico 25 2-3 0-0 1-3 6 4 0 3 5 Pepsi Celebration of Champions banquet in 2012. Furman 19 1-5 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 4 2 ◊ Rated as the nation’s No. 83 overall prospect and No. Georgia Tech 30 2-6 1-1 0-0 8 3 0 2 5 Mercer 28 2-5 1-1 0-0 6 6 0 6 5 12 wing by ESPN’s HoopGurlz. Lipscomb 24 3-5 0-0 7-8 8 4 0 2 13 ◊ Named Midstate Player of the Year by The Tennessean 26 3-5 1-2 1-2 6 6 0 1 8 TCU Illinois 29 3-9 1-2 1-4 5 2 0 4 8 as a sophomore, junior and senior at Riverdale. Missouri 27 2-8 1-4 0-1 4 2 0 2 5 ◊ Tabbed honorable mention All-America by the WomTennessee 22 1-3 0-1 2-2 1 5 0 3 4 en’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). Alabama 31 4-6 0-0 6-10 6 2 0 7 14 South Carolina 25 0-1 0-0 1-3 7 2 0 1 1 ◊ Completed her career with 2,221 points (second-most Arkansas 38 5-10 2-3 3-4 11 2 0 2 15 in school history), 1,416 rebounds and 468 steals. Texas A&M 28 3-6 0-0 1-2 8 0 0 2 7 ◊ Helped lead Riverdale to a pair of strong finishes in Florida 27 1-6 1-3 4-9 11 3 0 1 7 Alabama 25 2-8 1-2 0-0 4 3 0 1 5 ESPN’s Powerade Fab 50 high school rankings – No. Kentucky 25 1-1 0-0 1-2 5 1 0 2 3 27 in 2010-11 and No. 5 in 2011-12. Auburn 31 4-11 1-2 5-6 8 1 0 2 14 LSU 33 2-10 1-4 0-0 7 2 0 4 5 ◊ As a senior, averaged 15.1 points, 9.6 rebounds and Florida 19 1-4 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 2 2 4.4 steals per game to lead Riverdale’s Lady WarArkansas 22 2-3 0-1 0-0 3 6 0 2 4 riors to a 34-3 mark and the Tennessee AAA state Ole Miss 29 6-7 1-2 0-0 6 1 0 4 13 Mississippi State 27 2-8 1-4 4-6 5 0 0 4 9 title. Vanderbilt 29 2-6 0-3 5-7 5 1 0 4 9 ◊ Named Most Valuable Player of the AAA state tourney LSU 31 3-6 0-2 5-5 10 4 0 0 11 after averaging 18.3 points and 9.3 rebounds in a 23 0-1 0-0 1-2 6 0 0 0 1 Kentucky Montana 25 6-9 1-2 0-0 7 2 0 2 13 trio of victories. Iowa State 32 7-14 3-7 3-4 5 2 0 2 20 ◊ Scored her 2,000th point during a 66-33 win over OakStanford 35 3-12 0-5 3-8 12 2 0 0 9 California 41 4-10 0-3 6-9 10 0 0 3 14 land Jan. 26, 2012. ◊ As a junior, averaged 17.9 points and 8.8 rebounds per ◊ Named to the all-tourney team at the AAA state tourgame in leading Riverdale to a 34-2 record and a nament after averaging 13.7 points and 12.0 re- ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 16.9 points, 9.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game while helping Riverdale to runner-up showing in the AAA state tourney. bounds in the contests. a 30-2 finish and the AAA state championship. ◊ Named Most Valuable Player of the 2010 Tennessee Career Highs AAA State Tournament after averaging 28.7 points Points: 20 Iowa State (3/25/13) Blocks: 1 St. Bona (11/23/13); Presbyterian (11/14/12) and 16.0 rebounds in the Lady Warriors’ three victoSteals: 7 Alabama (1/10/13) Boards: 12 Stanford (3/30/13) ries in Murfreesboro. Assists: 6 Three times, most recent Arkansas (2/21/13) Minutes: 41 California (4/1/13) ◊ As a freshman, averaged 13.8 points and 5.1 rebounds to help Riverdale to a 27-6 record. Overall Career statistics Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 2012-13 35-34 941-26.9 86-214 .402 20-67 .299 61-103 .592 212-6.1 87 70 2 85 61-1 253-7.2 TOTALS 35-34 941-26.9 86-214 .402 20-67 .299 61-103 .592 212-6.1 87 70 2 85 61-1 253-7.2

SEC Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 2012-13 16-16 438-27.4 38-98 .388 9-30 .300 32-52 .615 93-5.8 31 32 0 43 35-1 117-7.3 Totals 16-16 438-27.4 38-98 .388 9-30 .300 32-52 .615 93-5.8 31 32 0 43 35-1 117-7.3

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Personal

◊ Born August 9, 1994, Shacobia is the daughter of Felicia Nelson and Tim Barbee. ◊ Major: Undecided. ◊ Recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2013-14.

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Kaelyn

causwell 6-4 ◊ Sophomore ◊ Forward ◊ Sacramento, calif. ◊ Wesleyan (Ga.) School 2012-13 Season

21

◊ Switched jersey numbers from No. 22 to No. 21 during the offseason. ◊ Lefty post player with an impressive ability to run the floor and also to turn and score. ◊ Saw action in 17 games, including four outings of double-digit minutes. ◊ Despite limited action in several games, led or tied for team-high honors in blocks in six contests (S.C. State, Belmont, St. Bonaventure, New Mexico, Lipscomb and South Carolina). ◊ Scored seven points and grabbed six rebounds in a season-high 17 minutes of action against Belmont. ◊ Blocked three shots in nine minutes of PT against St. Bonaventure, at that point equaling the most swats by any Lady Bulldog in a single game during the 2012-13 season. ◊ Impressively recorded three rebounds and a block in three minutes of PT against Arkansas in Athens.

High School

◊ Coached by Jan Azar at Wesleyan. ◊ Invited to attend USA Basketball U18 National Team Trials in May 2012 but had to decline the invitation due to a conflict with Wesleyan’s graduation. ◊ Member of four consecutive Georgia Class A State Championship teams at Wesleyan. ◊ Helped Wesleyan’s Lady Wolves to back-to-back top20 finishes in the ESPN’s Powerade Fab 50 prep rankings – No. 20 as a junior in 2010-11 and No. 18 as a senior in 2011-12. ◊ As a senior, averaged 5.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game to help Wesleyan to a 29-4 finish.

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Player Biographies ◊ As a junior, averaged 6.4 points, 6.5 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game for the Lady Wolves, who finished the season with a 31-2 record. ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 4.8 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game for a 28-4 Wesleyan squad. ◊ Saw spot time on the Lady Wolves’ varsity squad as a freshman, a team that finished 29-4 (No. 35 in the ESPN Fab 50 poll) and featured current Lady Bulldog teammate Anne Marie Armstrong. ◊ One of four Wesleyan classmates to sign Division I women’s basketball scholarships along with Holli Wilkins (Furman), Jordan Frazier (Wofford) and Missy Byrd (Air Force Academy). All told, 17 Lady Wolves have gone on to play Division I hoops since 2004. ◊ The daughter of Duane Causwell, a standout collegiate player at Temple and a 12-year NBA veteran. ◊ Duane Causwell was a member of Temple’s 1988 “Elite Eight” team and in 1989 established Temple blocked shot records for a single game (10 vs. Penn State) and season (124) that still stand. ◊ Duane Causwell was selected by Sacramento with the No. 18 overall pick in the first round of the 1990 NBA Draft and went on to play 12 seasons with the Kings (1990-97) and Miami Heat (1997-2001).

Personal

◊ Born July 17, 1994, Kaelyn is the daughter of Leslie and Duane Causwell. ◊ Major: Undecided.

2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. Rutgers DNP Presbyterian 10 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 S.C. State 9 2-4 0-0 2-3 2 Belmont 17 2-6 0-0 3-4 6 Savannah St. 11 3-6 0-0 1-2 5 St. Bonaventure 9 1-3 0-0 1-1 4 New Mexico 2 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 Furman 9 1-2 0-0 0-0 4 Georgia Tech 5 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 Mercer 15 2-5 0-0 0-0 3 Lipscomb 7 1-1 0-0 0-1 4 TCU DNP 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Illinois Missouri 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 Tennessee 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Alabama DNP South Carolina 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Arkansas DNP Texas A&M DNP Florida 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Alabama DNP Kentucky DNP Auburn DNP LSU DNP Florida DNP Arkansas 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 Ole Miss DNP Mississippi State DNP Vanderbilt DNP LSU 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Kentucky DNP Montana DNP Iowa State DNP Stanford DNP California DNP

A B S Pts. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0

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Career Highs

Points: 7 Savannah St. (11/20/12); Belmont (11/18/12) Boards: 6 Belmont (11/18/12) Assists: 1 St. Bonaventure (11/23/12)

Blocks: 3 St. Bonaventure (11/23/12) Steals: 1 Mercer (12/4/12); Georgia Tech (12/2/12) Minutes: 17 Belmont (11/18/12)

Overall Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2012-13 17-0 105-6.2 12-31 .387 0-0 .000 10-15 .667 35-2.1 12-31 .387 0-0 .000 10-15 .667 35-2.1 TOTALS 17-0 105-6.2

A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 1 9 10 2 23-0 34-2.0 1 9 10 2 23-0 34-2.0

SEC Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2012-13 5-0 11-2.2 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-0.8 Totals 5-0 11-2.2 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-0.8

A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 0 4 2 0 5-0 0-0.0 0 4 2 0 5-0 0-0.0

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Halle

Washington 6-2 ◊ Freshman ◊ Forward ◊ Bossier City, la. ◊ Parkway High School

High School

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◊ Coached by Aaron Megee at Parkway. ◊ Ranked as one of the nation’s top-50 overall prospects by four recruiting services – No. 29 by collegesportsmadness.com, No. 30 by both ESPN Hoopgurlz and ProspectsNation.com and No. 48 by Full Court Press. ◊ Also listed the No. 10 power forward recruit in the country by ESPN Hoopgurlz. ◊ Named honorable mention All-America by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). ◊ Missed a significant portion of her senior season at Parkway with a slight knee injury. ◊ Tabbed second-team All-State for Class 5A by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as a junior. ◊ As a junior, averaged 14.9 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per game for Parkway, which finished 2212 and advanced to the second round of the Louisiana 5A State Tournament. ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 11.5 points and 7.8 rebounds, while also recording 125 blocks, for the Lady Panthers, who finished 21-13. ◊ Participated in USA Basketball’s U18 National Team tryouts during the summer of 2011. ◊ Elected Prom Queen at Parkway as a senior and also a member of the Homecoming Court. ◊ Active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Parkway. ◊ Participated in the Walk for St. Jude’s for three years.

Personal

◊ Born January 24, 1994, Halle is the daughter of Harvey and Nina Washington. ◊ Major: Undecided.

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Player Biographies

marjorie

butler 5-8

Sophomore

GUard

2012-13 Season

◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. ◊ Played in 27 of 35 games, including double-digit minutes in 16 contests. ◊ Paced the Lady Bulldogs in assists four times, doing so versus Presbyterian, Belmont, Savannah State and Furman. ◊ Arrived in Athens with more than 50 credit hours due to AP courses at Webb School. When classes began in the 2013 calendar, she became a second-semester sophomore academically. ◊ Led Georgia in assists in back-to-back outings against Belmont and Savannah State, dishing out 11 baskets-to-be without committing a single turnover. ◊ Best linescore of non-conference came against Mercer: nine points on 4-of-5 FGs; five assists to 0 TOs and two steals in 20 minutes. ◊ Reached double digits for the first time as a Lady Bulldog in the SEC opener against Missouri, scoring 11 points on 4-of-6 FG shooting and a perfect 2-of-2 at the line. ◊ Missed the Arkansas game after “tweaking” her knee slightly in practice two days before that contest. ◊ Played in front of a vocal contingent of about 40 family and friends at the Florida game in Gainesville, the hometown of both her parents. ◊ A solid contributor in the Lady Bulldogs’ NCAA second-round win over No. 23 Iowa State, hitting her only shot from the floor (from behind the 3-point arc) and also collecting a steal.

High School

◊ Coached by Shelley Collier at Webb School.

Knoxville, Tenn.

WebB School

◊ Rated as the No. 63 recruit and No. 11 point guard by ESPN’s HoopGurlz. ◊ Named Miss Tennessee Basketball for Division IIClass A by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) as a junior in 2011. ◊ Selected as the Tennessee winner of the 2011 Wendy’s High School Heisman Award, a program that recognizes the nation’s most esteemed high school senior men and women for excellence in academics, athletics, and community/school involvement.  ◊ Selected as the Knoxville News Sentinel’s PrepXtra Athlete of the Year in both basketball (2011) and track and field (2009) during her stellar prep career. ◊ Began playing varsity basketball as an eighth grader and helped Webb compile a 98-29 record over the next four seasons before missing the majority of her senior season due to a knee injury. ◊ Helped Webb to a state championship as a freshman in 2009, as well as runner-up finishes in 2008 and 2011 and the state semifinals in 2010. ◊ Had her senior season cut short after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her left knee on Nov. 25 during a Thanksgiving Tournament in Memphis. ◊ Did return for Webb’s Senior Night. Started with four classmates and “played” four seconds before Webb called timeout and presented her with the game ball. ◊ As a junior, averaged 21.1 points, 5.6 rebounds, 3.4 steals and 3.0 assists per game in leading Webb to a 27-6 record. ◊ Averaged 28.0 points in two state sectional games and two state tourney contests in 2011.

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Player Biographies ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 14.0 points and 3.2 rebounds to help Webb to a 17-15 finish. ◊ Missed the first 10 games of her sophomore season after tearing a tendon in her right hand...Webb started the season 1-9 but was 16-6 after Butler returned to action. ◊ As a freshman, named to the all-tourney squad at the state tournament after averaging 8.0 points, 3.5 rebounds en route to helping the Lady Spartans to the Division II-Class 2A championship. ◊ Captured 10 state titles in track and field as well – nine individual (three each in the pentathlon, 300-meter hurdles and 100-meter hurdles) and one team (400-meter relay).

Personal

◊ Born November 25, 1993, Marjorie is the daughter of Danny and Anne Butler. ◊ Major: Exercise Science. ◊ Recipient of the Val Porter Family Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2012-13. ◊ Recipient of the Victoria P. Farmer Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2013-14.

2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. Rutgers 7 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 Presbyterian 20 1-4 0-0 2-2 4 S.C. State 18 1-3 1-2 0-0 3 Belmont 19 2-3 1-1 2-2 1 Savannah St. 18 2-5 0-1 3-4 1 St. Bonaventure 18 1-2 0-0 0-2 2 New Mexico 15 2-5 0-3 0-0 0 Furman 19 0-4 0-1 0-0 4 Georgia Tech 10 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 Mercer 20 4-5 1-1 0-0 2 Lipscomb 19 0-4 0-1 0-0 2 TCU 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Illinois 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Missouri 17 4-6 1-2 2-2 3 Tennessee 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 Alabama 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 South Carolina 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 Arkansas DNP Texas A&M 15 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Florida 11 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Alabama 10 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 Kentucky DNP Auburn DNP LSU DNP Florida 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Arkansas 11 1-4 0-0 2-2 2 Ole Miss 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 Mississippi State 13 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 Vanderbilt DNP LSU 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Kentucky 2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 Montana 9 1-3 0-2 0-0 0 Iowa State 4 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 Stanford DNP California DNP

A B S Pts. 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 4 1 0 2 3 5 0 0 7 6 0 1 7 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 4 5 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 2 9 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

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0 2 2 3

Career Highs

Points: 11 Missouri (1/3/13) Boards: 4 Furman (11/28/12); Presbyterian (11/14/12) Assists: 6 Savannah State (11/20/12)

Blocks: 1 Furman (11/28/12) Steals: 2 Four times, most recent Lipscomb (12/16/12) Minutes: 20 Mercer (12/4/12); Presbyterian (11/14/12)

Overall Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 2012-13 26-0 291-11.2 20-56 .357 4-15 .267 14-19 .737 28-1.1 37 42 1 13 29-1 58-2.2 20-56 .357 4-15 .267 14-19 .737 28-1.1 37 42 1 13 29-1 58-2.2 TOTALS 26-0 291-11.2

SEC Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2012-13 10-0 87-8.7 6-16 .375 1-3 .333 4-4 1.000 8-0.8 Totals 10-0 87-8.7 6-16 .375 1-3 .333 4-4 1.000 8-0.8

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A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 6 15 0 2 9-0 17-1.7 6 15 0 2 9-0 17-1.7


Player Biographies

Erika

Ford 5-9 ◊ Junior ◊ Guard ◊ alpharetta, ga. ◊ Chattahoochee high School

2012-13 Season

◊ Early in the season, supplied the most energy off the Lady Bulldogs’ bench...a trait she displayed on both ends of the floor. ◊ Secured her first career start against Northeastern at the UNLV Lady Rebel Round-up, becoming one of 72 Lady Bulldog freshmen to start for Andy Landers during his first 34 seasons in Athens. ◊ Exploded for team- and career-best tallies of 18 points and seven rebounds against Northeastern in her initial start. ◊ Posted her second straight double-digit outing with 10 points against S.C. State. ◊ Provided excellent on-ball defense and recorded her third double-digit scoring night against Appalachian State. Scored four of the Lady Bulldogs’ first six points against the Mountaineers. ◊ Grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds en route to her first career double-double versus Furman. ◊ Made an immediate impact when entering the SEC opener against Arkansas. Scored five of the first eight points in a 21-4 run that turned a 16-7 deficit into a 28-20 lead. ◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Jan. 2 after averaging 9.5 points and 6.0 rebounds in Lady Bulldog victories over Furman and Arkansas. ◊ All told, 10 different UGA freshmen – including teammates Shacobia Barbee, Erika Ford and Khaalidah 2011-12 Season Miller – have combined to earn SEC Freshman of ◊ Named to the SEC’s All-Freshman team in balloting of the Week honors 21 times all time since 2006. league coaches, Georgia’s league-leading 29th hon- ◊ Played the final 33:58 at Mississippi State after Jasoree since the award’s inception in 1987. mine James injured her right knee. Scored eight ◊ Recorded five double-digit scoring performances and second-half points, collected a team-high three one double-figure rebounding effort. steals and played stellar on-ball defense.

◊ Played in 34 of 35 games, including a quartet of starts. ◊ Led the Lady Bulldogs in rebounding three times (Mercer, Texas A&M and Arkansas) and also scoring once (Mercer). ◊ Posted four double-digit scoring performances, doing so against S.C. State, Furman, Mercer and TCU. ◊ No sophomore slump here, producing much-improved FG and 3FG percentages from her first season with the Lady Bulldogs. ◊ A huge spark off the bench in the first two games of the season…so much so that she moved into the starting five for the third contest against S.C. State. ◊ Scored five of her eight points against Rutgers in a second-half span of just 1:18, including an impressive play in which she grabbed a defensive rebound...outlet passed the ball past halfcourt...then raced to the other end to score on a putback just seconds later. ◊ Poured in a season-high 14 points against Furman to post her seventh – of now eight – career doubledigit performance. ◊ At TCU, scored seven points of a 10-0 UGA surge over just 3:19 midway through the first half. ◊ Chipped in nicely with eight points against Montana in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

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Player Biographies 2012-13 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent MP Rutgers 19 Presbyterian 19 S.C. State 16 22 Belmont Savannah St. 21 St. Bonaventure New Mexico 10 Furman 22 12 Georgia Tech Mercer 18 Lipscomb 23 TCU 15 11 Illinois Missouri 18 Tennessee 22 Alabama 21 South Carolina 7 Arkansas 5 Texas A&M 15 Florida 13 Alabama 17 Kentucky 20 Auburn 6 LSU 7 Florida 22 Arkansas 20 Ole Miss 13 Mississippi State 13 Vanderbilt 11 LSU 4 Kentucky 15 Montana 16 Iowa State 6 Stanford 3 California 4

FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. 2-2 0-0 4-6 4 3-6 3-5 0-0 6 4-8 1-3 1-2 2 2-3 1-1 0-1 8 3-11 0-2 0-0 4 DNP 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 6-10 1-2 1-2 6 1-2 0-0 2-5 3 5-8 2-2 0-1 6 4-9 1-3 0-0 7 5-7 3-5 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 0-2 3 3-7 0-3 2-2 3 2-7 1-4 0-2 4 3-6 1-2 0-0 2 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2-3 0-0 1-2 8 3-10 0-3 0-0 1 2-7 0-1 2-2 2 4-11 0-1 0-0 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-5 0-3 0-0 0 3-10 0-0 1-2 3 3-13 0-0 2-2 7 2-3 0-0 2-2 4 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 2-3 0-0 2-2 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-5 0-0 0-0 2 4-6 0-0 0-0 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0

A B S Pts. 0 0 0 8 2 0 2 9 0 0 4 10 2 0 0 5 4 0 1 6 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 14 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 12 3 0 5 9 1 0 2 13 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 4 0 0 5 1 0 1 7 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 6 2 0 0 6 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

2011-12 Game-By-Game Linescores Opponent MP FGs 3FGs FTs Reb. TCU 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 Georgia Southern 20 0-4 0-1 0-0 0 Coll. of Charleston 20 3-10 1-3 0-0 3 Southern Cal 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Georgetown 20 1-7 0-2 3-6 3 Northeastern 34 8-18 2-5 0-1 7 27 3-6 1-3 3-4 3 S.C. State 20 1-8 0-1 0-0 3 Georgia Tech Mercer 15 4-7 0-0 1-2 4 Gonzaga DNP Montana State 20 0-6 0-2 2-2 2 Appalachian St. 37 4-8 0-1 3-4 6 35 5-11 0-0 4-7 10 Furman Arkansas 12 2-2 1-1 0-0 2 Tennessee 13 1-4 0-2 0-0 2 Auburn 18 2-6 0-1 0-0 7 Florida 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Mississippi St. 31 4-12 0-0 0-0 5 Kentucky 37 7-14 0-1 3-6 5 Ole Miss 24 4-9 1-1 0-0 7 Vanderbilt 31 4-8 0-1 0-0 5 Tennessee 40 2-8 0-2 0-0 4 Mississippi St. 31 3-11 0-1 2-4 7 Alabama 21 1-5 0-0 0-0 2 Vanderbilt 16 0-2 0-0 2-2 3 South Carolina 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Florida 18 0-3 0-2 0-0 2 Ole Miss 12 1-3 0-1 2-2 0 LSU 23 2-5 0-0 2-5 3 13 2-3 1-1 0-0 1 South Carolina Marist 19 1-9 0-1 0-0 5

A B S Pts. 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 2 0 2 18 2 0 4 10 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 9 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 11 0 0 1 14 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 8 1 0 0 17 2 0 2 9 2 0 3 8 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 8 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 0 3 6 0 0 0 5 2 0 2 2

◊ Initially cleared to play two minutes per quarter in the region tourney and scored 23 points those two games to break Chattahoochee’s career scoring record. ◊ Scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds in Chattahoochee’s first-round state tournament win over Chapel Hill. ◊ As a sophomore, averaged 24 points, eight rebounds and three assists per game en route to earning Region Player of the Year. ◊ Topped 1,000 career points during her sophomore season, reaching the milestone in just 52 games. ◊ Helped Chattahoochee’s volleyball team to a runnerup finish in the 2010 Class AAAAA state tourney. ◊ The driving force behind a dramatic turnaround at Chattahoochee. After winning five games in 200607, the Cougars won the Region 7AAAAA title and advanced to the “Sweet 16” round of the state tournament during Ford’s freshman season.

Personal

◊ Born December 3, 1992, Erika is the daughter of Marilyn Ford. ◊ Major: Recreation and Leisure Studies. ◊ Recipient of the Tom and Jeannette Greeson Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2013-14.

◊ Out of action for the remainder of the regular season but did return for the final two games of the Region 7AAAA Tournament (Chattahoochee moved from AAAAA to AAAA prior to Ford’s senior year). ◊ Scored a team-high 17 points and equaled what was then her career high for MP in her initial SEC start Career against No. 6 Kentucky.

High School

◊ Coached by Eric Herrick at Chattahoochee High. ◊ Rated as the nation’s No. 55 overall prospect and the No. 8 guard by the All-Star Girls Report. ◊ Tabbed second-team All-State for Class AAAAA as a sophomore and honorable mention as a junior. ◊ Selected to play in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association’s North-South All-Star game and scored a team-high 14 points for the North in an 85-75 loss. ◊ A four-year starter but missed the vast majority of her senior season due to a stress fracture in her left leg. ◊ Scored 18 points in her senior season opener before being diagnosed with a stress fracture.

Points: 18 Northeastern (11/27/11) Boards: 10 Furman (12/28/11) Assists: 4 Savannah State (11/20/12)

Highs

Blocks: 1 Arkansas (1/17/13); Furman (11/28/12) Steals: 5 Lipscomb (12/16/12) Minutes: 40 Tennessee (1/29/12)

Overall Career statistics

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S 2011-12 30-12 622-20.7 65-191 .340 7-34 .206 27-45 .600 103-3.4 33 47 0 30 2012-13 34-5 486-14.3 72-172 .419 14-41 .341 22-37 .595 101-3.0 27 22 2 19 TOTALS 63-17 1104-17.5 136-362 .376 21-75 .280 49-82 .598 204-3.2 60 69 2 49

SEC Career statistics

PF-D Pts.-Avg. 52-0 164-5.5 29-0 180-5.3 81-0 342-5.4

Season GP-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL S PF-D Pts.-Avg. 2011-12 16-6 335-20.9 33-93 .355 2-13 .154 11-19 .579 55-3.4 18 24 0 16 25-0 79-4.9 2012-13 16-1 230-14.4 30-90 .333 2-18 .111 14-18 .778 42-2.6 9 10 1 4 16-0 76-4.8 TOTALS 32-7 565-17.7 63-183 .344 4-31 .129 25-37 .676 97-3.0 27 34 1 20 41-0 155-4.89

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O P P O N E N T S

In this section...

Presbyterian, Mercer & Ohio State.....................................76 Furman, Georgia Tech & S.C. State.................................... 77 GSU Tourney, George Washington & Georgia State......... 78 Jacksonville State, Belmont & Kennesaw State................ 79 Lipscomb, Rutgers & Illinois............................................... 80 Vanderbilt & Tennessee....................................................... 81 Missouri & Texas A&M........................................................ 82 Arkansas & Florida.............................................................. 83 Alabama & Kentucky........................................................... 84 Mississippi State & Ole Miss.............................................. 85 LSU & Auburn...................................................................... 86 South Carolina & UGA Career Stats vs. SEC Schools...... 87 SEC Tournament & NCAA Tournament.............................. 88

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Non-Conference Opponents Presbyterian

Nov. 10

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 2:00 PM ET

fisher

taylor

Nov. 14

Mercer

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 7:00 PM ET

Gardner

Grant

Nov. 17

Ohio State

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 2:00 PM ET

McGuff

adams

Location (Enrollment).................................... Macon, Ga. (8,300) Nickname...............................................................................Bears Colors..................................................................... Orange & Black Conference................................................................. Atlantic Sun President.................................................. William D. Underwood Athletic Director.............................................................. Jim Cole Arena (Capacity)....................................... Hawkins Arena (3,200) Women’s Basketball SID........................................ Jason Farhadi Office Phone / Fax...................(478) 301-5218 / (478) 301-5350 Home/Cell Phone............................................... (401) 965-1613 Email Address..................................... farhadi_jb@mercer.edu Press Row Phone.................................................... (478) 301-5761 Web Site............................................................ mercerbears.com Head Coach......................................Susie Gardner (Georgia ‘86) Record overall / at Mercer................... 204-209 (14) / 28-62 (3) Assistant Coaches .............................Tiffany Swoffard, Angie Nelp, Joanna Reitz Series / Last Meeting....UGA leads, 18-12 / UGA, 80-38, 12/4/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference.................20-12 / 13-5 (3rd, A-Sun) Pct. Points Back................. 74.9 Pct. Blocks Back................. 69.4 Pct. Rebounds Back........... 61.9 Pct. Steals Back................. 69.0 Pct. Assists Back................83.8 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 72.0

Location (Enrollment).......................... Columbus, Ohio (56,867) Nickname........................................................................ Buckeyes Colors...................................................................... Scarelt & Gray Conference.......................................................................... Big Ten President................................................................ E. Gordon Gee Athletic Director..................................................... Eugene Smith Arena (Capacity)................................... Value City Arena (19,049) Women’s Basketball SID....................................... Adam Widman Office Phone / Fax................... (614) 247-0011 / (614) 292-8547 Home/Cell Phone....................................................(614) 572-6903 Email Address......................................... widman.12@osu.edu Press Row Phone......................................................................N/A Web Site................................................. OhioStateBuckeyes.com Head Coach...............Kevin McGuff (Saint Joseph’s College ‘92) Record overall / at Ohio State.........................255-99 (11) / 0-0 Assistant Coaches .................................... Joy Cheek, Patrick Klein, Mark Mitchell Series / Last Meeting......UGA leads, 6-2 / UGA, 91-59, 12/19/99 2012-13 Overall / Conference................. 18-13 / 7-9 (8th, Big Ten) Pct. Points Back................. 47.0 Pct. Blocks Back................. 76.8 Pct. Rebounds Back...........63.2 Pct. Steals Back................. 43.6 Pct. Assists Back................58.3 Pct. Minutes Back...............61.6

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2013-14 Bear Roster

2013-14 buckeye Roster

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 1 / 4 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 10 Karlee Taylor 5-6 Sr. G 11.0 2.5 Asheville, N.C. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 7 1 Noelle Carter 6-0 Jr. G 1.9 1.9 Neptune, N.J. 2 Kasey Hobbie 5-7 RSo. G 2.8 0.6 Spring Lake, N.J. 3 Sherece Smith 5-8 Sr. G 1.5 1.6 Clemson, S.C. 14 Taryn Richard 5-11 So. G 0.4 0.4 Palm City, Fla. 15 Katelyn Grisillo 5-4 So. G 0.2 0.2 Charleston, S.C. 21 Keyonna Allen 6-0 RSo. F 3.5 3.0 Forest Park, Ga. 23 Megan Schaaf 6-0 Sr. F 1.2 0.5 Ellicott City, Md. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................6 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 5 Rebecca Walker 6-3 Fr. F Snellville, Ga. 11 Brooke Rhodes 6-1 Fr. F Roan Mountain, Tenn. 12 Aianna Kelly 5-8 Fr. G Newport News, Va. 20 Elizabeth Landers 6-1 So. F Greenville, S.C. 22 Kendra Talley 5-9 Fr. G Norcross, Ga. 30 Kaycie Reffner 5-6 Fr. G Altoona, Pa.

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 4 / 1 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 21 Kendra Grant 5-11 Sr. G 13.0 3.6 Macon, Ga. 22 Sharnea Boykin 5-5 Sr. G 2.4 3.3 Atlanta, Ga. 33 Precious Bridges 5-6 Jr. G 16.8 3.2 West Palm Beach, Fla. 45 Teanna Robinson 6-5 Jr. C 3.5 8.0 Grayson, Ga. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 7 / 5 2 Briana Williams* 5-7 Jr. G 17.5 3.0 Jackson, Ga. 4 Alicia Williams 5-10 Jr. G 8.9 2.8 Fort Payne, Ala. 31 Kate Alemann 6-3 Sr. F 1.9 2.0 Auckland, New Zealand

Location (Enrollment)............................................... Clinton, S.C. Nickname........................................................................ Bue Hose Colors....................................................................... Garnet & Blue Conference..................................................................... Big South President................................................................Dr. Claude Lilly Athletic Director......................................................... Brian Reese Arena (Capacity)...................................Templeton, Arena (2,500) Women’s Basketball SID............................................... Ryan Real Office Phone / Fax.................. (864) 833-7095 / (864) 833-8323 Home/Cell Phone...............................................(502) 931-5651 Email Address..............................................rtreal@presby.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(864) 833-8332 Web Site.............................................................GoBlueHose.com Head Coach........................................ Ronny Fisher (Furman ‘90) Record overall / at Presbyterian................ 51-97 (5) / 51-97 (5) Assistant Coaches ............................................... Corey Mullins, Kat Kundmueller Series / Last Meeting...... UGA leads, 4-0 / UGA, 66-38, 11/14/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference....... 19-12 / 14-4 (T-2nd, Big South) Pct. Points Back.................63.5 Pct. Blocks Back................. 25.0 Pct. Rebounds Back...........69.8 Pct. Steals Back..................21.1 Pct. Assists Back................28.2 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 39.2

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 14 Ameryst Alston 5-9 So. G 6.5 3.9 Canton, Ohio. 31 Raven Ferguson 5-11 Jr. G 6.3 3.2 Columbus, Ohio. 33 Ashley Adams 6-5 Sr. C 9.9 7.0 Siloam Springs, Ark. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost......................... 11 / 3 1 Kalpana Beach* 6-1 RSo. F N/A N/A Westlake, Ohio. 11 Shelby Honeycutt 5-10 Jr. G 1.0 0.5 Siloam Springs, Ark. 12 Maleeka Kynard 5-7 Jr. G 2.0 1.1 Toledo, Okla. 13 Cait Craft 5-8 So. G 2.4 1.4 Findlay, Ohio. 15 Aleksandra Dobranic 6-4 RSr. C 3.8 2.4 Noci Sad, Serbia *Williams did not play in 2012-13 season. Stats from 2011-12. 6-2 Sr. C 6.2 3.7 Youngstown, Ohio. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................4 22 Darryce Moore 23 Martina Ellerbe 6-2 Sr. F 2.6 2.4 Teaneck, N.J. No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 25 Amy Scullion 6-0 RJr. G 0.6 0.9 Salem, Ohio. 12 Jade Givens 5-7 Jr. G Wesley Chapel, Fla. *Beach did not play in the 2012-13 season. 15 Ana Anderson 6-2 Fr. F Sharpsburg, Ga. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................1 34 Amber Harris 6-1 Fr. F League City, Texas No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 35 Taylor McClintock 5-10 Fr. G Glasford, Ill. 21 Lisa Blair 6-6 RFr. C Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Non-Conference Opponents Nov. 19

Furman

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 7:00 PM ET

Carson

Wilkins

Location (Enrollment).......................................... Greenville, S.C. Nickname.......................................................................... Paladins Colors......................................................................Purple & White Conference...................................................................... Southern President.................................................................. Dr. Karl Kohrt Athletic Director......................................................Dr. Gary Clark Arena (Capacity)..................................... Timmons Arena (3,000) Women’s Basketball SID............................................ Hunter Reid Office Phone / Fax.................. (864) 294-2061 / (864) 294-3061 Home/Cell Phone............................................... (864) 567-1663 Email Address................................... hunter.reid@furman.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(864) 294-3620 Web Site....................................................... furmanpaladins.com Head Coach....................................... Jackie Carson (Furman ‘00) Record overall / at Furman........................ 41-50 (3) / 41-50 (3) Assistant Coaches .............................................. Julia Huddleston, Shawn Poppie Series / Last Meeting.......UGA leads, 9-0 / UGA, 83-47, 11/28/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference........... 12-18 / 8-12 (7th, Southern) Pct. Points Back................. 57.7 Pct. Blocks Back................. 86.7 Pct. Rebounds Back........... 51.9 Pct. Steals Back................. 68.4 Pct. Assists Back................66.5 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 68.7

Georgia Tech

Nov. 24

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 2:00 PM ET

Joseph

Marshall

Location (Enrollment)..................................Atlanta, Ga. (21,000) Nickname.....................................Ramblin’ Wreck/Yellow Jackets Colors..................................................................Old Gold & White Conference...............................................................Atlantic Coast President.................................................Dr. G. P. “Bud” Peterson Athletic Director..................................................... Mike Bobinski Arena (Capacity)............................... McCamish Pavillion (8,600) Women’s Basketball SID............................... Brittany McCormick Office Phone / Fax.................................... (404) 894-5445 / N/A Home/Cell Phone...............................................(908) 839-7274 Email Address................... bmccormick@athletics.gatech.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(404) 894-5458 Web Site...........................................................ramblinwreck.com Head Coach.................................. MaChelle Joseph (Purdue ‘92) Record overall / at Georgia Tech......193-122 (11) / 193-122 (11) Assistant Coaches .................................. Deja Foster, Michael Wholey, M.L. Willis Series / Last Meeting......UGA leads, 31-4 / UGA, 60-50, 12/2/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference.................. 14-16 / 7-11 (T-7th, ACC) Pct. Points Back.................75.5 Pct. Blocks Back..................71.3 Pct. Rebounds Back...........68.7 Pct. Steals Back................. 74.5 Pct. Assists Back................82.8 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 72.0

Nov. 26

S.C. State

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 7:00 PM ET

robertson

duren

Location (Enrollment).......................... Orangeburg, S.C. (3,500) Nickname................................................................ Lady Bulldogs Colors....................................................................... Garnet & Blue Conference....................................................Mid-Eastern Athletic President..............................................................Thomas J. Elzey Athletic Director.............................................. Charlene Johnson Arena (Capacity).... Smith-Hammond-Middleton Memorial Center (3,200) Women’s Basketball SID.......................Romanda Noble-Watson Office Phone / Fax.................. (803) 516-4628 / (803) 536-8622 Home/Cell Phone............................................... (803) 707-6189 Email Address..............................................rnoble1@scsu.edu Press Row Phone.......................................... (803) 536-8653-7241 Web Site............................................................ scsuathletics.com Head Coach............................Doug Robertson (Bowie State ‘95) Record overall / at SCSU........................ 118-116 (7) / 65-84 (5) Assistant Coaches .................................................... Ashley Walker, Ralph Patin III Series / Last Meeting...... UGA leads, 9-1 / UGA, 62-46, 11/16/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference................... 20-9 / 11-5 (4th, MEAC) Pct. Points Back.................66.2 Pct. Blocks Back................. 66.2 Pct. Rebounds Back...........70.5 Pct. Steals Back..................61.9 Pct. Assists Back................54.8 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 70.8

2013-14 paladin Roster

2013-14 yellow jacket Roster

2013-14 lady bulldog Roster

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 4 / 1 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 10 Sarah Durdaller 6-0 Jr. G/F 7.7 5.9 Marietta, Ga. 21 Holli Wilkins 5-11 So. G/F 7.0 3.3 Atlanta, Ga. 24 Brigid Morrissey 5-5 Sr. G 2.4 1.8 Floyds Knobs, Ind. 31 Brittany Hodges 6-1 Jr. F 9.8 6.5 Powder Springs, Ga. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost......................... 10 / 4 3 Erica Norwood 5-4 So. G 5.3 1.6 Atlanta, Ga. 4 Janice Roberts 5-10 Sr. G/F 3.6 2.8 Charlotte, N.C. 11 Courtney Reimer 5-8 Jr. G 0.3 0.4 Fort Worth, Texas 12 Kelsey Ellis 5-9 So. G 1.8 0.7 Pooler, Ga. 15 Savonia Bryan 5-10 Jr. G/F 1.0 2.0 Columbia, S.C. 42 Shianne Goodwin 6-3 So. C 0.4 0.6 Woodbridge, Va. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 5 Allison Beasley 5-9 Fr. G Robbinsville, N.C. 20 Whitney Bunn 5-7 Fr. G Bunn, N.C. 44 Tiara Wood 6-1 Fr. F/C Upper Marlboro, Md.

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 2 Aaliyah Whiteside 6-0 So. G/F 8.3 2.8 Memphis, Tenn. 15 Tyaunna Marshall 5-9 Sr. G 18.1 8.4 Upper Marlboro, Md. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 9 / 5 1 Dawnn Maye 5-6 Sr. G 9.3 3.5 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 5 Kymberly Ellison 5-7 So. G 0.8 0.0 Columbus, Ga. 11 Nariah Taylor 6-5 So. C 1.9 2.5 Indianapolis, Ind. 12 Frida Fogdemark 6-1 Sr. G 0.5 0.4 Sodertalje, Sweden 23 Sydney Wallace 5-8 Jr. G 9.8 1.9 Johns Creek, Ga. 24 Shayla Bivins 6-5 RSr. C 0.6 2.4 Jacksonville, Ga. 54 Roddreka Rogers 6-0 So. F 3.6 5.6 Charlotte, N.C. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................4 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 Kaela Davis 6-2 Fr. G Suwanee, Ga. 10 Katarina Vuckovic 6-3 Fr. F Smeredevo, Serbia 32 Donnaizha Fountain 6-0 Fr. G Roxbury, Mass. 40 Gabrielle Holston 6-0 Fr. G/F Margaret, Ala.

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 1 Kourtney Williams 5-9 Jr. G 7.6 2.8 Warren, Ohio 4 Cabriel Duren 5-6 Gr. G 5.7 2.2 Oviedo, Fla. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 5 / 3 5 Persephone Goodwin 6-2 Jr. C 2.0 3.8 Decatur, Ga. 10 Mykala Jones 5-5 RSo. G 4.1 1.2 Augusta, Ga. 23 Cherisha Floyd 6-0 Sr. F 2.9 3.0 Orangeburg, S.C. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................6 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 Brittany Andersen 5-11 Jr. F St. John, Ind 12 Chelsea White 5-6 So. G Tampa, Fla. 20 Lynasia Frazier 5-9 Jr. G Frederick, Md. 25 Dayshaun Richbow 5-6 Gr. G Hopkins, S.C. 45 Deja Jackson 6-2 Jr. C St. Helena Island, S.C. Desire Waller 6-1 Jr. F Houston, Texas

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Non-Conference Opponents

GSU Tourneys

This season’s participation in the Georgia State Invitational after Thanksgiving will represent the fourth time that the Lady Bulldogs have participated in a holiday tournament hosted by the Atlanta school. Georgia has won the team championship in its three previous trips to Georgia State as outlined below. In November 1986, the Lady Bulldogs defeated Grambling, South Alabama and Alabama by an average of 18.0 points per game en route to securing the Southern Invitational title. Katrina McClain christened what would become a National Player of the Year campaign with tournament MVP accolades. The Naismith Hall of Famer from Charleston, S.C., opened her senior season 23 points and 15 rebounds against Grambling and followed that with 29 points and 15 boards versus South Alabama and 18 points and 17 caroms in a rare non-SEC matchup with Alabama. In December of 1993 and 1994, the Lady Bulldogs won the ISES Invitationals on the Georgia State campus. In 1993, Georgia beat Georgia Southern before facing arch rival Georgia Tech for the first time after a four-year hiatus in the series. Freshmen Tracy Henderson and Rachel Powell scored 15 points apiece to lead the Lady Bulldogs over Georgia Southern in the opening round to set up the date with the Yellow Jackets. La’Keshia Frett and Deborah Reese tied for game-high scoring honors against Tech with 16 points, while Atlanta native Tiffany Walker recorded her first career double-double with 10 points and 10 boards. A year later, Georgia topped Georgia State and Georgia Tech to earn the ISES title. Kedra Holland’s 18 points led six Lady Bulldogs in double digits against the Panthers. Henderson and Frett exploded for 28 and 27 points, respectively, in a 32-point thumping of the Jackets. 11/28 11/29 11/30

1986 Southern Invitational No. 10 Georgia vs. Grambling No. 10 Georgia vs. South Alabama No. 10 Georgia vs. Alabama

W 73-51 W 70-58 W 78-58

1993 ISES Invitational

12/14 12/15

No. 25 Georgia vs. Georgia Southern W 82-77 No. 25 Georgia vs. Georgia Tech W 67-52

12/12 12/13

No. 16 Georgia vs. Georgia State No. 14 Georgia vs. Georgia Tech

1994 ISES Invitational

W 92-37 W 113-81

george washington

Nov. 29 Georgia State Sports Arena • Atlanta, Ga. 4:30 PM ET

Tsipis

jackson

Location (Enrollment)........................ Washington, D.C. (25,000) Nickname........................................................................ Colonials Colors............................................................................ Buff & Blue Conference.................................................................... Atlantic 10 President................................................................. Steven Knapp Athletic Director.........................................................Patrick Nero Arena (Capacity)........................ Charles E. Smith Center (4,338) Women’s Basketball SID.................................. Jessica Bernheim Office Phone / Fax.................................... (202) 994-5666 / N/A Home/Cell Phone...............................................(410) 598-9848 Email Address......................................... jbernheim@gwu.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(202) 994-1776 Web Site................................................................. GWsports.com Head Coach.........................Jonathan Tsipis (North Carolina ‘96) Record overall / at GWU............................ 14-16 (1) / 14-16 (1) Assistant Coaches ........................... Megan Duffy, Diane Richardson, Bill Ferrara Series / Last Meeting....GWU leads, 2-0 / GWU, 66-54, 12/28/06 2012-13 Overall / Conference................... 14-16 / 7-7 (T-7th, A-10) Pct. Points Back.................59.8 Pct. Blocks Back................. 39.8 Pct. Rebounds Back........... 37.5 Pct. Steals Back................. 70.2 Pct. Assists Back................78.2 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 63.2

georgia state

Dec. 1 Georgia State Sports Arena • Atlanta, Ga.

Baldwin-Tener

TBA

Long

Location (Enrollment)..................................Atlanta, Ga. (32,000) Nickname......................................................................... Panthers Colors......................................................................... Blue & White Conference........................................................................Sun Belt President........................................................... Dr. Mark P. Becker Athletic Director...................................................Cheryl L. Levick Arena (Capacity).................. Georgia State Sports Arena (3,400) Women’s Basketball SID......................................... Charlie Taylor Office Phone / Fax.................. (404) 413-4031 / (404) 413-4035 Home/Cell Phone...............................................(404) 556-2295 Email Address................................................ ctaylor@gsu.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(404) 413-4099 Web Site................................................ GeorgiaStateSports.com Head Coach........................ Sharon Baldwin-Tener (Georgia ‘91) Record overall / at Georgia State........ 228-199 (14) / 33-56 (4) Assistant Coaches ... Adrienne Shuler, Jonathon “J.B.” Barbaree, Jocelyn Wyatt Series / Last Meeting.. UGA leads, 16-10 / UGA, 87-48, 11/21/03 2012-13 Overall / Conference....................13-16 / 5-13 (9th, CAA) Pct. Points Back.................78.8 Pct. Blocks Back................. 25.5 Pct. Rebounds Back...........66.3 Pct. Steals Back................. 70.0 Pct. Assists Back................ 77.7 Pct. Minutes Back...............77.3

2013-14 colonial Roster

2013-14 panther Roster

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 1 Chakecia Miller 5-7 Jr. G 7.4 3.1 San Antonio, Texas 12 Danni Jackson 5-3 Gr. G 10.1 2.5 Dumfries, Va. 22 Megan Nipe 6-0 Gr. F/G 10.0 5.3 Lino Lakes, Minn. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 9 / 3 5 Aaliyah Brown 5-8 So. G 2.2 1.0 League City, Texas 11 Brooke Wilson 6-2 Gr. F 5.8 5.0 Greenbelt, Md. 14 DaLacy Anderson 6-1 So. F 0.7 0.7 Bolingbrook, Ill. 15 Anjaleace White 6-2 So. F 2.4 3.0 Newark, Del. 21 Bria Bourgeois* 5-10 Jr. G N/A N/A Marietta, Ga. 24 Alexis Chandler 5-9 So. G 2.6 1.1 Cypress, Texas *Bourgeois did not play in 2012-13 Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................5 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 Caira Washington 6-2 Fr. F Brandywine, Md. 4 Lauren Chase 5-5 Jr. G Bowie, Md. 13 Shannon Cranshaw 5-9 Fr. G Ormond Beach, Fla. 20 Hannah Schaible 5-9 Fr. G Orlando, Fla. 35 Jonquel Jones 6-4 So. F Freeport, Bahamas

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 4 / 1 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 4 Maryam Dogo 6-2 RJr. F 4.9 5.1 Samaru, Zaria, Nigeria 10 Kendra Long 5-9 Sr. G 10.9 3.3 Atlanta, Ga. 20 Kayla Nolan 5-9 Jr. G 9.7 4.9 Duluth, Ga. 23 Ashley Watson 5-6 Jr. G 8.4 2.4 San Jose, Calif. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 9 / 2 2 Miranda Smith 5-9 Jr. G/F 3.9 4.2 Roanoke, Va. 5 Alisha Andrews* 4-11 RJr. G 11.9 4.8 Stone Mountain, Ga. 12 Ashlee Cole 5-8 So. G 5.6 2.2 Ellenwood, Ga. 21 Morgan Jackson 6-0 So. F 2.4 2.0 Gainesville, Ga. 24 Gaby Moss 5-8 So. G 3.2 1.3 Alexandria, Va. *Andrews did not play in 2012-13 due to NCAA transfer rules. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................5 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 Mariam Hannoun 5-10 Fr. G Nahariya, Isreal 11 Ashanti Groover 6-2 Fr. F/C Bartow, Fla. 13 Brittany Logan 6-4 Jr. C Decatur, Ga. 22 Jamila Mayfield 6-4 Fr. F/C Macon, Ga. 32 Hayley Gerrin 6-2 Fr. F/C Clarkesville, Ga.

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Non-Conference Opponents jacksonville state Dec. 1 Georgia State Sports Arena • Atlanta, Ga.

Pietri

TBA

Cantrell

Location (Enrollment)....................................... Jacksonville, Ala. Nickname.....................................................................Gamecocks Colors........................................................................... Red& White Conference................................................................... Ohio Valley President....................................................Dr. William A. Meehan Athletic Director.................................................... Warren Koegel Arena (Capacity)...........................Pete Matthews Facility (5,500) Women’s Basketball SID......................................... Tony Schmidt Office Phone / Fax.................. (256) 782-5377 / (256) 782-5958 Home/Cell Phone...............................................(256) 689-8524 Email Address..........................................underwood@jsu.edu Press Row Phone......................................................................N/A Web Site.............................................. JSUGamecockSports.com Head Coach................................. Rick Pietri (South Alabama ‘87) Record overall / at JSU..................................220-167 (13) / 0-0 Assistant Coaches ..................................... Altheria Warmley, Eric Wise, Ali Heller Series / Last Meeting...............................................First Meeting 2012-13 Overall / Conference........ 1-27 / 1-15 (12th, Ohio Valley) Pct. Points Back.................53.0 Pct. Blocks Back................. 59.7 Pct. Rebounds Back...........55.8 Pct. Steals Back................. 46.7 Pct. Assists Back................ 47.6 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 53.3

Dec. 12

belmont

Curb Event Center • Nashville, Tenn. 7:00 PM ET

Newbauer

ernst

Location (Enrollment)..............................Nashville, Tenn. (6,918) Nickname............................................................................. Bruins Colors................................................................Navy, Red & White Conference................................................................... Ohio Valley President........................................................ Dr. Robert C. Fisher Athletic Director................................................... Mike Strickland Arena (Capacity)..................................Curb Event Center (5,000) Women’s Basketball SID.......................................Kenisha Rhone Office Phone / Fax.................. (615) 460-5990 / (615) 460-5584 Home/Cell Phone...............................................(267) 978-2304 Email Address............................ kenisha.rhone@belmont.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(615) 460-8554 Web Site.........................................................belmontbruins.com Head Coach................................. Cameron Newbauer (IPFW ‘01) Record overall / at Belmont........................................... 0-0 / 0-0 Assistant Coaches .............................. Carley Kuhns, Jon Bollier, L’Tona Lamonte Series / Last Meeting....... UGA leads, 2-0 / UGA, 70-38,11/18/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference.18-14 / 11-5 (3rd, Ohio Valley East) Pct. Points Back................. 51.9 Pct. Blocks Back................. 46.1 Pct. Rebounds Back........... 51.1 Pct. Steals Back................. 60.5 Pct. Assists Back................45.5 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 56.7

kennesaw State Dec. 15

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 2:00 PM ET

perry

wells

Location (Enrollment).............................Kennesaw, Ga. (24,100) Nickname................................................................................Owls Colors......................................................................... Black & Gold Conference................................................................. Atlantic Sun President................................................................... Dr. Dan Papp Athletic Director.................................................Vaughn Williams Arena (Capacity)........................ KSU Convention Center (4,600) Women’s Basketball SID...........................................Libby Knight Office Phone / Fax.................. (770) 794-7589 / (770) 432-6665 Home/Cell Phone....................................................(217) 714-1218 Email Address.................................. eknigh10@kennesaw.edu Press Row Phone......................................................................N/A Web Site..................................................................KSUOwls.com Head Coach............................. Nitra Perry (Mississippi State ‘01) Record overall / at Kennessaw State.............7-24 (1) / 7-24 (1) Assistant Coaches .......................... Staey Franklin, Janie Mitchell, Talvis Franklin Series / Last Meeting...............................................First Meeting 2012-13 Overall / Conference.......................... 7-24 / 3-15 (A-Sun) Pct. Points Back.................32.0 Pct. Blocks Back....................7.4 Pct. Rebounds Back...........24.0 Pct. Steals Back................. 33.9 Pct. Assists Back................29.4 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 32.1

2013-14 gamecock Roster

2013-14 bruin Roster

2013-14 owl Roster

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 4 Candace Morton 5-8 Jr. G 7.0 4.2 Lexington, Ky. 42 Miranda Cantrell 6-0 Jr. C 8.9 5.2 College Park, Ga. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 6 14 Destiny James 5-8 So. G 1.3 1.6 Bartlett, Tenn. 22 Destany McLin 5-9 So. G 5.5 3.1 Athens, Ala. 23 Bria’unna Buckner 5-6 Jr. G 3.9 0.6 Detroit, Mich. 24 Gia Banks 5-9 Jr. F 3.8 4.2 Loganville, Ga. 33 Peyton Hisel 6-1 So. C 4.9 3.0 Lexington, Ky. 50 Sydney Brown 5-8 So. G 0.9 1.4 Lawrenceburg, Ky. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 Domonique Clune 5-10 Fr. G Hampton, Ga. 2 Briana Benson 5-8 Fr. G Jonesboro, Ga. 3 Kelly Naughton 5-7 Fr. G Elk Grove, Ill.

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 10 Katie Carroll 5-8 Jr. G 4.3 1.4 Lilburn, Ga. 20 Molly Ernst 6-0 Sr. G 9.0 1.9 Louisville, Ky. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 7 / 4 1 Adrienne Tarrence 5-9 Jr. G 5.4 2.9 Bowling Green, Ky. 13 Jordyn Luffman 6-1 Jr. G/F 8.9 7.2 Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 22 Natalie Cohlmeyer 5-9 So. G 1.7 0.3 Evansville, Ind. 23 Torie Vaught 6-1 Jr. F 3.3 2.8 Maryville, Tenn. 30 Blair Bryce 6-5 So. C 1.6 1.5 Dallas, Texas Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................7 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 0 Kia Perry 5-5 Fr. G Gallatin, Tenn. 2 Taylor Mills 5-5 RSo. G Corryton, Tenn. 3 Frankie Joubran 6-1 RFr. F Detroit, Mich. 4 Meredith Roman 5-8 Fr. G Nashville, Tenn. 5 Madison Blevins 5-9 Fr. G Knoxville, Tenn. 14 Lauren Thompson 6-1 Fr. F Franklin, Tenn. 15 Katherine Zander 6-4 RSo. F Jacksonville, Fla.

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 1 / 4 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 10 Kristina Well 5-9 Jr. G 10.7 6.1 Douglasville, Ga. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 4 / 6 00 Lisa Capellan 6-1 RSr. F N/A N/A New York City, N.Y. 15 Bria Young 5-7 Jr. G 3.1 1.0 Suwanee, Ga. 21 Nicole Adams 5-9 So. G 5.2 2.1 New Port Richey, Fla. Newcomers (In Below)..........................................................................................11 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 Breonna Mosely 5-8 RJr. G/F Hampton, Ga. 4 Kelly Dulkoski 5-8 Fr. G China Grove, N.C. 11 Ty-Nita Baker 5-8 Jr. G Houston, Miss. 12 Valescia Dixon 5-10 Jr. F Jackson, Miss. 23 Taylor Blackmon 5-6 Fr. G Norcross, Ga. 24 Katie Hunt 5-8 Fr. G Stone Mountain, Ga. 30 Aareon Smith 5-9 Fr. F Louisville, Ky. 31 Chloe Branch 5-11 Fr. F Fayetteville, Ga. 32 Gratia Brooks 5-10 Fr. F Atlanta, Ga. 35 Terar Stewart 5-10 Fr. F Rome, Ga. 42 Deandrea Sawyers 5-8 Fr. G/F Nashville, Tenn.

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Non-Conference Opponents Dec. 17

lipscomb

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 7:00 PM ET

Brown

banks

Location (Enrollment)..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Nickname....................................................................Lady Bisons Colors....................................................................... Purple & Gold Conference................................................................. Atlantic Sun President........................................................Dr. Randolph Lowry Athletic Director............................................... Philip Hutcherson Arena (Capacity)............................................. Allen Arena (5,028) Women’s Basketball SID.................................... Ryan Hilgemann Office Phone / Fax.................. (615) 966-5453 / (615) 966-1806 Home/Cell Phone...............................................(605) 380-7672 Email Address........................ryan.hilgemann@lipscomb.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(615) 966-7051 Web Site...................................................... LibscombSports.com Head Coach.......................................Greg Brown (Lipscomb ‘93) Record overall / at Lipscomb......................... 3-26 (1) / 3-26 (1) Assistant Coaches ...................................... John Wild, Cara Cahak, Anna Bowers Series / Last Meeting......UGA leads, 1-0 / UGA, 93-42, 12/16/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference................3-26 / 2-16 (10th, league) Pct. Points Back.................49.3 Pct. Blocks Back................. 43.8 Pct. Rebounds Back...........54.8 Pct. Steals Back..................57.1 Pct. Assists Back................55.7 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 52.9

Dec. 21

Rutgers

The RAC • New Brunswick, N.J. 2:00 PM ET

stringer

laney

Location (Enrollment)...................New Brunswick, N.J. (65,000) Nickname.............................................................. Scarlet Knights Colors................................................................................... Scarlet Conference........................................................ American Athletic President.........................................................Dr. Robert L. Barchi Athletic Director.................................................... Julie Harmann Arena (Capacity)..................................................The RAC (8,000) Women’s Basketball SID................................Kimberly Zivkovich Office Phone / Fax.................. (732) 445-7882 / (732) 445-3063 Home/Cell Phone...............................................(732) 690-6716 Email Address........................ kzivkovich@scarletknights.com Press Row Phone................................................... (732) 445-4200 Web Site.......................................................... scarletknights.com Head Coach....................... C. Vivian Stringer (Slippery Rock ‘71) Record overall / at Rutgers.............901-332 (42) / 381-197 (18) Assistant Coaches ............................Tia Jackson, Tasha Pointer, Chelsea Newton Series / Last Meeting.......UGA leads, 9-3 / UGA, 57-51, 11/11/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference................16-14 / 7-9 (9th, Big East) Pct. Points Back.................46.2 Pct. Blocks Back................. 54.4 Pct. Rebounds Back...........56.6 Pct. Steals Back................. 45.2 Pct. Assists Back................ 51.0 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 55.5

Dec.28

Illinois

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga. 4:00 PM ET

Bollant

moore

Location (Enrollment).............. Urbana-Champaign, Ill. (44,520) Nickname.................................................................. Fighting Illini Colors...................................................................... Orange & Blue Conference.......................................................................... Big Ten President.................................................................. Robert Easter Athletic Director.......................................................Mike Thomas Arena (Capacity)................................ State Farm Center (16,618) Women’s Basketball SID...............................................Ben Taylor Office Phone / Fax.................. (217) 244-5045 / (217) 333-5540 Home/Cell Phone...............................................(217) 714-3555 Email Address......................................... bktaylor@illinois.edu Press Row Phone....................................................(217) 333-1227 Web Site............................................................. fightingillini.com Head Coach................................ Matt Bollant (Winona State ‘94) Record overall / at Illinois....................... 301-69 (11) / 19-14 (1) Assistant Coaches ...................... Mike Divilbiss, LaKale Malone, Tianna Kirkland Series / Last Meeting................. Tied, 2-2 / Illini, 70-59, 12/28/12 2012-13 Overall / Conference...............19-14 / 9-7 (T-5th, Big Ten) Pct. Points Back.................54.1 Pct. Blocks Back................. 29.2 Pct. Rebounds Back...........49.8 Pct. Steals Back................. 60.4 Pct. Assists Back................80.3 Pct. Minutes Back.............. 66.9

2013-14 lady bison Roster

2013-14 scarlet knight Roster

2013-14 illini Roster

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 2 Mallory Charpentier 5-6 So. G 3.6 2.6 Nashville, Tenn. 21 Kelli Smith 5-5 So. G 6.1 3.5 Nashville, Tenn. 24 Alex Banks 5-11 So. F 8.4 4.9 Hendersonville, Tenn. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 6 / 8 4 Jana Wright 5-7 Jr. G 3.1 0.9 Miami, Fla. 22 O’Neisha Smith 5-10 Sr. F 2.6 2.8 Douglasville, Ga. 42 Jess Reece 6-3 Sr. C 3.6 3.2 Weaverville, N.C. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................9 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 Maya Dillard 5-6 Fr. G Dillard, Ga. 3 Sara Bliss 5-8 Jr. G Pleasant View, Tenn. 5 Chandler Cooper 5-11 RFr. G Clarksville, Tenn. 10 Danay Fothergill 5-7 RSo. G Somerset, Ky. 12 Ashley Southern 6-1 RSo. F Tuscumbia, Ala. 14 Kelsey Gregory 5-6 Fr. F Lafayette, Tenn. 20 Elsie Spann 5-9 Fr. F Kennesaw, Ga. 23 Faith LeGate 5-11 Fr. F Nashville, Tenn. 33 Brooklyn Apple 5-9 Fr. F Gainesboro, Tenn.

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 15 Syessence Davis 5-7 Jr. G 3.0 3.2 Neptune, N.J. 44 Betnijah Laney 6-0 Jr. G/F 9.7 5.0 Clayton, Del. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 5 1 Rachel Hollivay 6-4 So. C 3.2 2.0 Columbus, Miss. 2 Kahleah Copper 6-1 So. G 5.1 3.5 Philadelphia, Pa. 4 Briyona Canty 5-9 RSo. G 1.1 1.3 Willingboro, N.J. 5 Precious Person 6-1 So. G 2.0 0.8 Jonesboro, Ga. 20 Christa Evans 6-3 Jr. C 2.1 2.6 Jackson, N.J. 43 Ariel Butts 6-3 So. F/C 1.5 1.9 Columbus, Ga. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 Tyler Scaife 5-9 Fr. G Little Rock, Ark. 22 Alexis Burke 5-11 Jr. F Bainbridge, Ga. 33 Alex Alfano 5-8 Fr. G Atlantic Highlands, N.J.

Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 22 Ivory Crawford 5-10 Jr. G 11.8 4.3 Chicago, Ill. 23 Alexis Smith 5-9 Jr. G 6.4 2.4 Medford, N.Y. 42 Amber Moore 5-11 Sr. G 12.5 4.4 Detroit, Mich. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 6 / 6 1 Mckenzie Piper 6-0 So. F 1.4 1.6 Iowa City, Iowa 3 Taylor Tuck 6-0 Jr. G/F 4.5 2.7 Bolingbrook, Ill. 5 Nia Oden 5-10 Jr. F 1.4 0.8 Brooklyn, N.Y. Newcomers (In Below)............................................................................................8 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 0 Sarah Hartwell 5-10 So. G Tacoma, Wash. 2 Taylor Gleason 5-8 Fr. G Grand Blanc, Mich. 4 Sarah Livingston 6-2 Fr. F Morton, Ill. 12 Ashley McConnell 5-9 Fr. G Palatine, Ill. 13 Mikaala Shackelford 5-10 Fr. G Plymouth, Minn. 15 Kyley Simmons 5-7 Jr. G Council Bluffs, Iowa 25 Kennedy Cattenhead 5-10 Fr. G Bolingbrook, Ill. 34 Jacqui Grant 6-3 Fr. F Park Ridge, Ill.

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Conference Opponents Vanderbilt

Jan. 2

Memorial Gymnasium • Nashville, Tenn.

9:00 PM ET

Tennessee

Jan. 5

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga.

2013-14 Schedule

balcomb

foggie

Location (Enrollment)................................... Nashville, Tenn. (6,796) Nickname.......................................................................Commodores Colors............................................................................... Black & Gold Conference..................................................................... Southeastern Chancellor............................................................ Nicholas S. Zeppos Athletic Director.......................................................David Williams II Arena (Capacity).............................. Memorial Gymnasium (14,326) Women’s Basketball SID............................................. David Dawson Office Phone / Fax..........................................(615) 343-5823 / N/A Home/Cell Phone...................................................................... N/A Email Address...............................david.dawson@vanderbilt.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (615) 320-0436 Web Site.............................................................vucommodores.com Head Coach............................ Melanie Balcomb (Trenton State ‘84.) Record overall / at Vanderbilt.............. 422-210 (21) / 259-106 (12) Assistant Coaches ..................................Tom Garrick, Ashley Earley, Kim Rosamond Series / Last Meeting........... UGA leads, 32-25 / UGA, 55-50, 3/3/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference............................21-12 / 9-7 (7th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................62.1 Pct. Blocks Back....................29.7 Pct. Rebounds Back..............54.2 Pct. Steals Back....................64.8 Pct. Assists Back...................73.8 Pct. Minutes Back.................66.2

2013-14 Commodore Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 3 Heather Bowe 6-0 So. F 6.2 4.3 Eau Claire, Wis. 10 Christina Foggie 5-9 Sr. G 13.4 3.4 Mount Laurel, N.J. 11 Jasmine Lister 5-4 Sr. G 12.2 3.0 Corona, Calif. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 6 5 Kady Schrann 5-9 Jr. G 6.4 2.2 York, Pa. 15 Jasmine Jenkins 5-8 So. G 2.3 2.4 Gainesville, Ga. 25 Morgan Batey 5-10 So. G 2.4 3.1 Atlanta, Ga. 35 Kendell Shaw 6-4 So. C 3.5 2.0 Mont Belvieu, Texas 44 Rayte’a Long 6-0 So. F 1.2 1.3 Dayton, Ohio. Newcomers (Information Below).........................................................................xx No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 Rebekah Dahlman 5-9 Fr. G Braham, Minn. 22 Marqu’es Webb 6-1 Fr. F Hoover, Ala. 23 Kylee Smith 5-11 Fr. G Alpharetta, Ga.

11/2 North Alabama 11/8 Appalachian State 11/11 Western Kentucky 11/14 Delaware State 11/17 Marquette 11/21 at Duke 11/24 Dayton 11/29 Elon 11/30 Wisonsin or Mercer 12/3 ETSU 12/15 at Hartford 12/18 at James Madison 12/21 UNC Asheville 12/30 at UAB 1/2 Georgia 1/5 at South Carolina 1/9 at Auburn 1/12 Tennessee 1/16 at Ole Miss 1/19 LSU 1/26 South Carolina 1/30 at Missouri 2/2 Texas A&M 2/10 at Tennessee 2/13 Auburn 2/16 at Mississippi State 2/20 at Arkansas 2/23 Alabama 2/27 Florida 3/2 at Kentucky

2013-14 Schedule

Warlick

2012-13 Results W McNeese State W at Lipscomb W UAB L at Dayton L vs. Virginia L vs. Florida State W Austin Peay W Tennessee Tech W at Western Kentucky W Hartford W at Oklahoma W College of Charleston W at USC W Mississippi State W Ole Miss L at South Carolina W Arkansas L at LSU L Tennessee W at Alabama L at Texas A&M W Ole Miss L Kentucky W Missouri L at Tennessee W at Florida W Texas A&M W Auburn L at Georgia W vs. Missouri L vs. Kentucky W vs. Saint Joseph’s L at Connecticut

82-71 62-45 69-54 66-71 66-73 59-73 67-36 77-50 77-67 67-45 76-63 69-44 74-56 92-41 76-57 48-64 78-58 51-54 75-83 67-58 52-60 79-53 53-75 62-46 64-83 68-57 61-51 59-44 50-55 53-40 65-76 60-54 44-77

4:00 PM ET

simmons

Location (Enrollment)..................................Knoxville, Tenn. (27,523) Nickname...................................................................Lady Volunteers Colors..........................................................................Orange & White Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President.................................................................... Dr. Joe DiPietro Athletic Director.................................................................. Dave Hart Arena (Capacity)....Thompson-Boling Arena/The Summitt (21,678) Women’s Basketball SID................................................... Eric Trainer Office Phone / Fax........................ (865) 974-8173 / (865) 974-1269 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (865) 603-2916 Email Address..................................................... etrainer@utk.edu Press Row Phone.......................................................... (865) 974-0110 Web Site....................................................................... UTSports.com Head Coach......................................... Holly Warlick (Tennessee ‘81.) Record overall / at Tennessee.............................. 27-8 (1) / 27-8 (1) Assistant Coaches ......................................... Kyra Elzy, Jolette Law, Dean Lockwood Series / Last Meeting.................. UT leads, 44-15 / UT, 79-66, 1/6/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference............................ 27-8 / 14-2 (1st, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................75.4 Pct. Blocks Back....................83.9 Pct. Rebounds Back.............. 77.0 Pct. Steals Back....................73.7 Pct. Assists Back...................73.8 Pct. Minutes Back................. 74.9

2013-14 lady volunteer Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 N o. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 5 Ariel Massengale 5-7 Jr. PG 7.9 4.5 Bolingbrook, Ill. 10 Meighan Simmons 5-9 Sr. G 16.8 3.6 Cibolo, Texas. 12 Bashaara Graves 6-2 So. F 13.2 8.0 Clarksville, Tenn. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 7 / 3 1 Nia Moore 6-3 So. C 2.8 1.9 Chicago, Ill. 2 Jasmine Jones 6-2 So. F 4.7 3.9 Madison, Ala. 11 Cierra Burdick 6-2 Jr. F 8.4 6.6 Charlotte, N.C. 14 Andraya Carter* 5-9 RFr. G 5.3 1.6 Flowery Branch, Ga. 20 Isabelle Harrison 6-3 Jr. C 9.5 7.5 Nashville, Tenn. *Carter is a returner who did not letter in 2012/13 Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 0 Jordan Reynolds 5-11 Fr. G Portland, Ore. 21 Mercedes Russell 6-6 Fr. C Springfield, Ore.

11/4 Carson-Newman (Ex) 11/8 at Middle Tennessee 11/11 at North Carolina 11/14 Chattanooga 11/17 Georgia Tech 11/21 Tennessee Tech 11/24 Oakland 11/28 vs. Virginia 11/29 vs. Kansas State 12/8 Texas 12/14 Troy 12/21 at Stanford 12/29 Lipscomb 1/2 LSU 1/5 at Georgia 1/9 Ole Miss 1/12 at Vanderbilt 1/16 at Mississippi State 1/20 Notre Dame 1/23 Florida 1/26 at Texas A&M 1/30 Arkansas 2/2 at Alabama 2/6 at Ole Miss 2/10 Vanderbilt 2/16 Kentucky 2/20 Auburn 2/23 at Missouri 2/27 at LSU 3/2 South Carolina

2012-13 Results L at Chattanooga W at Georgia Tech W Rice W at Miami W Alcorn State W Middle Tennessee W North Carolina W at Texas L at Baylor L Stanford W Davidson W Rutgers W at South Carolina W Georgia W Missouri W at Florida W at Auburn W Alabama W at Vanderbilt L Notre Dame W Mississippi State L at Missouri W at LSU W Ole Miss W Vanderbilt W Auburn W at Arkansas W Texas A&M L at Kentucky W vs. Florida L vs. Texas A&M W Oral Roberts W Creighton W vs. Oklahoma L vs. Louisville

71-80 71-54 101-48 79-67 90-37 88-81 102-57 94-75 53-76 60-73 75-40 66-47 73-53 79-66 84-39 78-75 75-66 96-69 83-75 67-77 88-45 63-80 64-62 97-68 83-64 83-61 60-54 82-72 65-78 82-73 62-66 83-62 68-52 74-59 78-86

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Conference Opponents Missouri

Jan. 9

Mizzou Arena • Columbia, Mo.

8:00 PM ET

Texas A&M

Jan. 12 in Athens at 2:00 PM ET

Feb. 13 in College Station at 8:00 PM ET

2013-14 Schedule

pingeton

kulas

Location (Enrollment)...................................Columbia, Mo. (34,748) Nickname................................................................................... Tigers Colors........................................................................ Old Gold & Black Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President.................................................................Timothy M. Wolfe Athletic Director................................................................Mike Alden Arena (Capacity)..............................................Mizzou Arena (15,061) Women’s Basketball SID................................................Jenny Dewar Office Phone / Fax........................(573) 884-9486 / (573) 882-4720 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (847) 567-2487 Email Address............................................. dewarj@missouri.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (573) 882-1442 Web Site........................................................................ mutigers.com Head Coach................................. Robin Pingeton (St. Ambrose ‘90.) Record overall / at Missouri......................379-208 (18) / 43-51 (4) Assistant Coaches ..................................... Jenny Putnam, Willie Cox, Michael Porter Series / Last Meeting............... UGA leads, 3-1 / UGA, 77-46, 1/3/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference.......................... 17-15 / 6-10 (8th, SEC) Pct. Points Back.................... 57.0 Pct. Blocks Back....................34.7 Pct. Rebounds Back..............58.2 Pct. Steals Back....................56.3 Pct. Assists Back...................58.5 Pct. Minutes Back.................44.4

2013-14 Tiger Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 1 Lianna Doty 5-7 So. G 6.2 2.8 St, Louis, Mo. 13 Bri Kulas 6-1 Sr. F 13.8 6.5 Shawnee Mission, Kan. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 4 00 Darian Saunders 6-1 So. F 2.0 2.0 Tucson, Ariz. 2 Morgan Stock 6-1 So. G 1.7 1.1 Town & Country, Mo. 3 Bree Fowler 5-9 Jr. G 1.2 1.3 Kansas City, Mo. 10 Maddie Stock 6-0 So. G 4.1 1.7 Town & Country, Mo. 12 Michelle Hudyn 6-2 So. F 1.4 1.6 Kitchener, Ontario 30 Morgan Eye 5-9 Jr. G 12.2 3.9 Montrose, Mo. Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................6 N o. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 11 Lindsey Cunningham 6-0 RFr. G Columbia, Mo. 15 Tania Jackson 6-3 Sr. F Lawrence, Kan. 20 Kayla McDowell 6-2 Fr. F Cincinnati, Ohio 22 Jordan Frericks 6-1 Fr. G/F Quincy, Ill. 24 Sierra Michaelis 5-10 Fr. G Mercer, Mo.

11/8 at Saint Louis 11/10 SIUE 11/14 Evansville 11/21 SEMO at Tennessee-Martin 11/23 11/26 UMKC 11/29 vs. Hartford 11/30 vs Miami or St. Francis 12/4 Oral Roberts 12/7 Bradley 12/16 Belmont 12/19 at Missouri State 12/22 Western Illinois 1/2 at Ole Miss 1/5 Arkansas 1/9 Georgia 1/12 at Kentucky 1/16 LSU 1/23 Texas A&M 1/26 at Mississippi State 1/30 Vanderbilt 2/2 at South Carolina 2/6 at LSU 2/9 Alabama 2/16 at Auburn 2/20 at Florida 2/23 Tennessee 2/27 Ole Miss 3/2 at Arkansas

blair

2012-13 Results W Lincoln (Mo.) (EX) W Lindenwood (EX) W Saint Louis W Chicago State W Western Illinois W vs Wichta State L vs Green Bay L vs Minnesota W SEMO W Tennessee-Martin W Missouri State W Arkansas-Pine Bluff W Southern Illinois W Morgan State W Murray State L at Memphis L at Georgia W Auburn L at Tennessee L Kentucky W at Ole Miss L Arkansas L at Texas A&M W Florida W Tennessee L Mississippi State L at Vanderbilt L at Arkansas L LSU L at Auburn W South Carolina W at Alabama L vs Vanderbilt L vs Eastern Illinois

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75-50 88-46 67-51 88-55 70-61 49-44 55-33 59-54 80-51 82-71 91-77 97-59 110-47 75-50 69-50 72-69 77-46 82-76 84-39 69-43 73-72 58-50 77-58 69-64 80-63 61-56 62-46 61-40 78-74 67-59 65-58 88-64 53-40 60-58

williams

Location (Enrollment).......................College Station, Texas (53,219) Nickname.................................................................................. Aggies Colors......................................................................... Maroon & White Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President....................................................................R. Bowen Loftin Athletic Director............................................................... Eric Hyman Arena (Capacity).................................................Reed Arena (12,989) Women’s Basketball SID..............................................Matt Callaway Office Phone / Fax........................(979) 862-5443 / (979) 845-6825 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (713) 305-0815 Email Address..............................mcallaway@athletics.tamu.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (979) 862-6944 Web Site................................................................aggieathletics.com Head Coach..............................................Gary Blair (Texas Tech ‘72.) Record overall / at Texas A&M............. 645-263 (28) / 237-100 (10) Assistant Coaches ................................................................ Bob Starkey, Amy Wright Series / Last Meeting.........TAMU leads, 0-2 / TAMU, 64-46, 1/20/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference........................25-10 / 11-5 (T-4th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................40.4 Pct. Blocks Back....................52.0 Pct. Rebounds Back..............41.4 Pct. Steals Back....................48.5 Pct. Assists Back...................44.3 Pct. Minutes Back.................46.9

2013-14 AGGIE Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 N o. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 1 Courtney Williams 6-1 So. F/G 6.0 2.7 Houston, Texas 33 Courtney Walker 5-8 So. G 10.4 4.2 Edmond, Okla. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 6 13 Chelsea Jennings 5-9 So. G 1.2 1.4 Fort Worth, Texas 14 Kristen Grant 5-9 Sr. G 0.1 0.5 Arlington, Texas 15 Tori Scott 5-10 Jr. G 2.6 1.7 Marrero, La. 23 Rachel Mitchell 6-7 So. C 1.3 1.2 Houston, Texas 24 Jordan Jones 5-6 So. G 3.1 1.4 DeSoto, Texas 34 Karla Gilbert 6-5 Sr. C 5.0 3.2 College Station, Texas Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................6 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 Taylor Cooper 6-0 So. F Shawnee, Okla. 5 Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar 5-7 Sr. G Campo de Criptana, Spain 11 Curtyce Knox 5-7 RFr. G Humble, Texas 12 Jada Terry 6-3 Fr. C Cedar Hill, Texas 32 Tavarsha Scott 6-0 Jr. F Ringgold, La. 35 Achiri Ade 6-1 Jr. F Baltimore, Md.

11/3 Oklahoma City University 11/11 at North Texas 11/13 Prairie View A&M 11/17 at Houston 11/28 vs Memphis 11/29 vs Texas 11/30 vs Syracuse 12/3 San Diego State 12/7 Washington 12/15 at Penn State 12/17 Nicholls State 12/22 at Saint John’s 12/28 Louisiana Tech 12/30 Arkansas State 1/2 UTEP 1/5 Alabama 1/9 at LSU 1/12 at Georgia 1/16 South Carolina 1/19 Mississippi State 1/23 at Missouri 1/26 Tennessee 1/30 at Auburn 2/2 at Vanderbilt 2/9 LSU 2/13 Georgia 2/16 at Alabama 2/20 at Ole Miss 2/23 Kentucky 2/27 Arkansas 3/2 at Florida

2012-13 Results L at Louisville L Penn State L UConn W Liberty W Southern W Marquette W Louisiana Tech W TCU W at USC W vs Kansas State W vs Old Dominion L vs Notre Dame W Prairie View A&M W Rice W Alabama W at Arkansas L at Kentcuky W Auburn W at Georgia W at Mississippi State W Missouri W Vanderbilt W at LSU W at South Carolina W Florida L Kentucky W Ole Miss L at Vanderbilt L at Tennessee L LSU W vs South Carolina W vs Tennessee W vs Kentucky W Wichita State L Nebraska

45-47 58-63 50-81 70-55 88-48 84-64 77-26 68-47 79-61 83-60 78-55 74-83 74-52 80-57 91-52 63-51 62-65 78-56 64-46 81-33 77-58 60-52 74-57 50-48 78-71 66-70 82-53 51-61 72-82 52-67 61-52 66-62 75-67 71-45 63-74


Conference Opponents Arkansas

Jan. 16

Bud Walton Arena • Fayetteville, Ark.

7:00 PM ET

Florida

Jan. 19 in Gainesville at 1:00 PM ET

Feb. 16 in Athens at 1:00 PM ET

2013-14 Schedule

collen

peak

Location (Enrollment)................................Fayetteville, Ark. (24,595) Nickname...........................................................................Razorbacks Colors.......................................................................Crdinal and White Conference..................................................................... Southeastern Chancellor.........................................................Dr. G. Dacid Gearhart Athletic Director................................................................... Jeff Long Arena (Capacity)...................................... Bud Walton Arena (19,200) Women’s Basketball SID...................................................Jeri Thorpe Office Phone / Fax........................(479) 575-5037 / (479) 575-7481 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (479) 443-3219 Email Address.................................................... jthorpe@uark.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (479) 575-6622 Web Site...................................................... arkansasrazorbacks.com Head Coach.....................................Tom Collen (Bowling Green ‘77.) Record overall / at Arkansas.................... 330-149 (15) / 113-79 (6) Assistant Coaches ..................................Tari Cummings, Nicki Collen, Amber Shirey Series / Last Meeting........... UGA leads, 28-4 / UGA, 66-34, 2/21/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference....................... 20-13 / 6-10 (T-8th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................29.2 Pct. Blocks Back....................46.6 Pct. Rebounds Back..............51.1 Pct. Steals Back....................52.6 Pct. Assists Back...................60.9 Pct. Minutes Back.................49.7

2013-14 razorback Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 1 Keira Peak 5-9 Sr. F 9.2 5.8 Clyattville, Ga. 11 Calli Berna 5-10 Jr. PG 7.0 4.2 Fayetteville, Ark. 42 Jhasmin Bowen 6-1 Jr. F 6.8 4.0 Wichita, Kan. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 5 / 7 25 Joey Bailey 6-1 RSo. F 1.1 1.6 Gunter, Texas 33 Mellisa Wolff 6-0 So. G 4.0 3.1 Cabot, Ark. Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................6 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 McKenzie Adams 5-9 Fr. G Frisco, Texas. 5 Jessica Jackson 6-3 Fr. F Jacksonville, Ark. 13 Ana-Carlota Faussurier 6-2 RFr. F Yecla (Murcia), Spain 15 Kelsey Brooks 5-9 G G Lenexa, Kan. 22 Bria Pitts 5-8 Fr. G/F Broken Arrow, Okla. 32 Khadijah West 6-2 Fr. F Shreveport, La.

11/8 Sam Houston State 11/13 Oral Roberts 11/16 Furman 11/19 Middle Tennessee State Missouri State 11/22 11/24 Western Michigan 11/29 vs Southeast Missouri 11/30 vs TBA 12/4 at Kansas Northwestern State 12/7 12/10 Tulsa 12/20 Tennessee Tech 12/28 Mississippi Valley State 1/2 South Carolina at Missouri 1/5 1/9 at Florida 1/12 Mississippi State 1/16 at Georgia 1/19 Ole Miss 1/26 at Kentucky 1/30 at Tennessee 2/2 Auburn 2/6 Florida 2/9 at South Carolina 2/13 Alabama 2/20 Vanderbilt 2/23 at LSU 2/27 at Texas A&M

butler

2012-13 Results W Jackson State W at Tulsa W at Oral Roberts L vs Oklahoma W at Hawai’i W vs Oregon W Texas Southern W Pepperdine W Kansas W at Furman W Miss Valley State W Northwestern State W Coppin State L at Auburn L Texas A&M W LSU L at Vanderbilt L Georgia W at Missouri L South Carolina W at Ole Miss L at Mississippi State L Kentucky W at Alabama W Missouri L at Georgia L Tennessee L at Florida W Ole Miss L vs Florida W SIUE W Memphis L Tulane

2013-14 Schedule

97-58 64-56 80-57 70-73 83-68 79-67 72-50 64-39 64-56 73-38 99-42 80-41 71-57 47-50 51-63 63-54 58-78 53-57 58-50 40-43 77-66 44-47 74-80 91-80 61-40 34-66 54-60 58-69 93-52 59-64 63-41 67-57 48-60

bonds

Location (Enrollment).................................Gainesville, Fla. (49,785) Nickname.................................................................................. Gators Colors............................................................................Orange & Blue Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President......................................................... Dr. J. Bernard Machen Athletic Director....................................................... Jeremy N. Foley Arena (Capacity).....................Stephen C. O’Connell Center (11.373) Women’s Basketball SID.............................................. Kathy Cafazzo Office Phone / Fax........................(352) 375-4683 / (352) 375-4809 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (352) 316-4575 Email Address.................................................kathyc@gators.ufl.edu Press Row Phone..........................................................(352) 367-1801 Web Site..................................................................... GatorZone.com Head Coach........................................... Amanda Butler (Florida ‘95.) Record overall / at Florida.............................138-89 (7) / 98-67 (5) Assistant Coaches ................................. Angela Crosby, David Lowery, Murriel Page Series / Last Meeting..........UGA leads, 48-14 / UGA, 62-57, 2/17/13 2011-12 Overall / Conference....................... 22-15 / 6-10 (T-8th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................62.7 Pct. Blocks Back.................... 27.9 Pct. Rebounds Back..............39.5 Pct. Steals Back....................59.6 Pct. Assists Back...................56.0 Pct. Minutes Back.................66.5

2013-14 gator Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 10 Jaterra Bonds 5-7 Sr. G 13.1 3.7 Gainesville, Fla. 25 Christian Mercer 6-0 So. F 6.5 4.2 Douglasville, Ga. 31 Lily Svete 6-2 RSr. F 4.9 1.9 Granger, Ind. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 6 / 4 3 January Miller 5-8 So. G 5.9 2.2 Orlando, Fla. 4 Carlie Needles 5-6 RSo. G 6.6 1.6 Highlands Ranch, Col. 22 Kayla Lewis 6-0 RJr. G/F 7.2 5.5 Decatur, Ga. Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................4 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 Ronni Williams 6-0 Fr. F Daytona Beach, Fla. 13 Cassie Peoples 5-6 RSo. G San Antonio, Texas 15 Viktorija Dimaite 6-4 RSo. C Panevezys, Lithuania 20 Antoinette Bannister 5-10 So. G Jacksonville, Fla.

11/8 Bethune-Cookman 11/10 North Florida 11/14 at Virginia Tech 11/17 at Kennesaw State 11/21 Florida State 11/26 St Johns 11/29 vs Illinois State 11/30 vs Oregon State/Penn State 12/4 at Troy 12/17 St Francis 12/20 Tennessee State 12/21 FIU/LaSalle 12/28 Georgetown 1/2 Mississippi State 1/5 at Kentucky 1/9 Arkansas 1/12 at LSU 1/19 Georgia 1/23 at Tennessee 1/26 Auburn 1/30 Alabama 2/2 at Ole Miss 2/6 at Arkansas 2/9 Kentucky 2/16 at Georgia 2/20 Missouri 2/23 at South Carolina 2/27 at Vanderbilt 3/2 Texas A&M

2012-13 Results W Fairfield W Georgia State L at Florida State W North Florida W vs NC State W vs Northern Iowa L vs Arizona State L at Michigan W Troy W Pacific W at LaSalle W Savannah State W Central Michigan W Holy Cross L at Kentucky W LSU W at Mississippi State L Tennessee L South Carolina L Ole Miss L at Georgia L at Missouri W Alabama W at Auburn L at Texas A&M L Georgia L Vanderbilt W at Alabama W Arkansas L at South Carolina W vs Arkansas L vs Tennessee W at FIU W at Winthrop W at Charlotte W at James Madison L at Drexel

71-49 84-65 67-98 74-44 66-64 80-63 58-74 53-59 87-62 89-82 74-50 88-38 81-75 81-50 69-76 77-72 61-55 75-78 44-52 81-88 52-69 64-69 67-61 65-57 71-78 57-62 57-68 67-61 69-58 56-67 64-59 73-82 75-68 85-53 67-65 85-80 57-67

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Conference Opponents Alabama

Jan. 26

Foster Auditorium • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

3:00 PM ET

Kentucky

Jan. 30

Stegeman Coliseum • City, St.

2013-14 Schedule

curry

simmons

Location (Enrollment)................................. Tuscaloosa, Ala (33,602) Nickname........................................................................Crimson Tide Colors........................................................................ Crimson & White Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President................................................................... Dr. Judy Bonner Athletic Director...................................................................Bill Battle Arena (Capacity)........................................Foster Auditorium (3,800) Women’s Basketball SID................................................. Jessica Pare Office Phone / Fax........................(205) 348-3673 / (205) 348-8841 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (205) 394-5985 Email Address....................................................... jpsre@ia.ua.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (205) 348-3573 Web Site........................................................................... rolltide.com Head Coach.......................... Kristy Curry (Northeast Louisiana ‘88.) Record overall / at Alabama............................... 309-149 (14) / 0-0 Assistant Coaches .....................................Shereka Wright, Kelly Curry, Terry Nooner Series / Last Meeting........... UGA leads, 36-9 / UGA, 65-59, 1/31/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference..................... 13-18 / 2-14 (T-13th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................51.0 Pct. Blocks Back....................39.1 Pct. Rebounds Back..............42.6 Pct. Steals Back....................50.6 Pct. Assists Back...................50.3 Pct. Minutes Back................. 51.4

2013-14 crimson tide Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 0 Daisha Simmons 5-10 Jr. G 12.4 4.6 Jersey City, N.J. 12 Shafontaye Myers 5-8 Sr. G 10.7 2.4 Newbern, Ala. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 6 / 7 1 Jasmine Steele* 5-1 RFr. G 4.0 1.0 Midfield, Ala. 4 Emily Davis 6-1 So. G 1.2 0.6 Enterprise, Ala. 13 Nikki Hegstetter 6-2 So. F 2.6 2.6 Kennesaw, Ga. 25 Bri Hutchen 6-1 Jr. F 2.7 3.1 Baltimore, Md. 32 Brittany Jack 6-0 Jr. F 2.5 1.0 Suwanee, Ga. *Steele is a returner who did not letter in 2012/13 Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................8 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 2 Courtney Hunter 5-9 Fr. G Hoover, Ala. 3 Khadijah Carter 6-1 So. F Goodrich, Texas 14 Brooksie McGraw 6-3 Fr. C Gainesville, Fla. 20 Ashley Williams 6-0 Fr. F Covington, Ga. 22 Karyla Middlebrook 5-7 Fr. G Blue Springs, Mo. 23 Kara Rawls 6-0 Fr. F Hoover, Ala. 33 Sharin Rivers 5-3 Jr. G Huntsville, Ala. 34 Oceana Hamilton 6-4 Fr. F/C Mississauga, Ontario

11/8 at Chattanooga 11/11 at Nebraska 11/17 at Duke 11/21 Wisconsin Alabama A&M 11/25 11/29 st St. Mary’s 11/30 vs Cal State Fullerton 12/4 UT Martin 12/8 Houston 12/17 Jacksonville 12/20 Troy 12/28 vs. Princeton 12/29 at Virginia/vs Coppin State 1/2 Kentucky at Texas A&M 1/5 1/12 Ole Miss 1/16 Auburn 1/19 at South Carolina 1/23 at Kentucky 1/26 Georgia 1/30 at Florida 2/2 Tennessee 2/9 at Missouri 2/13 at Arkansas 2/16 Texas A&M 2/20 Mississippi State 2/23 at Vanderbilt 2/27 at Auburn 3/2 LSU

2012-13 Results W Jacksonville State W at Houston W Arkansas-Pine Bluff W North Texas W Southeastern Louisiana L at Wisconsin L Chattanooga W at Troy L Wofford W Virginia W vs Cincinnati W vs LIU Brooklyn W at Hawai’i L at Texas A&M L Kentucky L Georgia W at Ole Miss L at Tennessee W Auburn L Vanderbilt L at Georgia L at Florida L South Carolina L Arkansas L at Auburn L at Mississippi State L Florida L at LSU L Missouri W vs Mississippi State L vs South Carolina

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80-43 83-74 79-60 88-83 97-62 50-69 58-72 80-71 52-58 73-70 58-47 80-58 44-43 52-91 70-87 83-95 83-75 69-96 61-51 58-67 59-65 54-87 53-65 80-91 53-70 51-75 61-67 42-76 64-88 63-36 35-77

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mitchell

stallworth

Location (Enrollment)................................... Lexington, Ky. (29,928) Nickname............................................................................... Wildcats Colors...............................................................................Blue & White Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President................................................................... Dr. Eli Capilouto Athletic Director..........................................................Mitch Barnhart Arena (Capacity).....................................Memorial Coliseum (8,000) Women’s Basketball SID.................................................... Susan Lax Office Phone / Fax........................ (859) 257-8420 / (859) 323-4310 Home/Cell Phone.....................................................(859) 608-5019 Email Address......................................................... slax0@uky.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (859) 323-5900 Web Site.................................................................... UKathletics.com Head Coach...................... Matthew Mitchell (Mississippi State ‘95.) Record overall / at Kentucky....................... 174-91 (8) / 144-62 (6) Assistant Coaches ...................................Jeff House, Shalon Pillow, Danielle Santos Series / Last Meeting.............. UGA leads, 35-14 / UK, 60-38, 3/9/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference...........................30-6 / 13-3 (2nd, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................66.2 Pct. Blocks Back....................86.7 Pct. Rebounds Back..............65.9 Pct. Steals Back....................79.0 Pct. Assists Back...................73.0 Pct. Minutes Back.................79.5

2013-14 wildcat Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 4 / 1 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 0 Jennifer O’Neill 5-6 Jr. PG 10.9 2.3 Bronx, N.Y. 11 DeNesha Stallworth 5-9 Sr. F 12.5 6.0 Richmond, Calif. 23 Samarie Walker 6-1 Sr. F 8.7 8.1 West Carrollton, Ohio 32 Kastine Evans 5-8 Sr. G 4.3 2.0 Salen, Conn. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost......................... 10 / 3 3 Janee Thompson 5-7 So. PG 4.0 1.0 Chicago, Ill. 10 Bernisha Pinkett 5-7 Sr. G 2.8 1.6 Washington, D.C. 12 Jelleah Sidney 6-2 Jr. F 1.9 1.3 Queens Village, NY 13 Bria Goss 5-10 Jr. G 8.8 2.9 Indianapolis, Ind. 31 Samantha Drake 6-3 Sr. C 2.6 1.4 Bardstown, Ky. 50 Azia Bishop 6-3 Jr. F/C 3.7 3.2 Toledo, Ohio. Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 5 Kyvin Goodin-Rogers 6-1 Fr. F Lebanon, Ky. 15 Linnae Harper 5-8 Fr. G Chicago, Ill. 25 Makayla Epps 5-10 Fr. G Lebanon, Ky.

11/8 at Marist 11/10 at Wagner 11/13 Georgia Southern 11/17 Central Michigan 11/21 Lipscomb 11/24 at Middle Tennessee 11/27 Bradley 12/1 Louisville 12/6 vs Baylor 12/12 at DePaul 12/15 East Tennessee State 12/22 Duke 12/29 Grambling State 1/2 at Alabama 1/5 Florida 1/9 at South Carolina 1/12 Missouri 1/19 at Auburn 1/23 Alabama 1/26 Arkansas 1/30 at Georgia 2/2 LSU 2/9 at Florida 2/13 Ole Miss 2/16 at Tennessee 2/20 South Carolina 2/23 at Texas A&M 2/27 at Mississippi State 3/2 Vanderbilt

2012-13 Results W Delaware State L at Baylor W High Point W Morehead State W USC Upstate W Miami W at Louisville W DePaul W Middle Tennessee W at Pepperdine W at UC Santa Barbara W Alcorn State W Marist W Florida W at Alabama W Texas A&M W at Missouri W Mississippi State W Auburn L at South Carolina W LSU L Georgia W at Arkansas W at Vanderbilt W South Carolina W at Texas A&M L at LSU W at Ole Miss W Tennessee W vs Vanderbilt W vs Georgia L vs Texas A&M W vs Navy W vs Dayton W vs Delaware L vs Connecticut

90-50 51-85 80-46 73-37 100-34 92-53 48-47 96-64 68-46 80-62 66-38 90-23 78-56 76-69 87-70 65-62 69-43 100-47 97-53 50-55 73-60 71-75 80-74 75-53 78-74 70-66 72-77 90-65 78-65 76-65 60-38 67-75 61-41 84-70 69-62 53-83


Conference Opponents Mississippi State

Feb. 2 in Starkville at 3:00 PM ET

March. 2 in Athens at 1:00 PM ET

ole Miss

Feb. 9

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga.

2013-14 Schedule

schaefer

alwal

Location (Enrollment)................................. Starkville, Miss (20,500) Nickname...............................................................................Bulldogs Colors......................................................................... Maroon & White Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President................................................................. Dr. Mark Keenum Athletic Director............................................................Scott Stricklin Arena (Capacity)................................. Humphrey Coliseum (10,500) Women’s Basketball SID......................................... Brock Turnipseed Office Phone / Fax........................(662) 325-7556 / (662) 325-3654 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (662) 418-7409 Email Address.......................bturnipseed@athletics.msstate.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (662) 325-3776 Web Site......................................................................... hailstate.com Head Coach........................................ Vic Schaefer (Texas A&M ‘84.) Record overall / at Mississippi State............93-127 (8) / 13-17 (1) Assistant Coaches ........................... Johnnie Harris, Aqua Franklin, Brittany Hudson Series / Last Meeting.........UGA leads, 26-13 / MSU, 50-38, 2/28/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference......................13-17 / 5-11 (T-11th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................84.4 Pct. Blocks Back....................90.2 Pct. Rebounds Back.............. 87.9 Pct. Steals Back....................73.9 Pct. Assists Back...................82.3 Pct. Minutes Back.................80.0

2013-14 Bulldog Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 4 / 1 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 10 Martha Alwal 6-4 Jr. C 12.1 9.7 Worthington, Minn. 11 Katia May 5-2 Sr. G 5.1 1.8 York, Ala. 14 Kendra Grant 5-11 Jr. G 11.8 4.8 Richland, Miss. 23 Carnecia Williams 6-3 RJr. F 8.3 4.9 Memphis, Tenn. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 4 5 Sherise Williams 6-1 So. F 5.1 4.5 St. Louis, Mo. 12 Candace Foster 5-8 Sr. G 0.8 1.0 Jackson, Miss. 21 Jerica James 5-5 Jr. G 4.0 2.1 North Little Rock, Ark. 24 J’Net Wash 6-2 Jr. F 0.8 0.4 Brandon, Miss. Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................6 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 00 Dominique Dillingham 5-9 Fr. G Spring, Texas. 3 Breanna Richardson 6-1 Fr. F Conyers, Ga. 13 Ketara Chapel 6-1 Fr. F Temple, Texas. 15 Kiki Peterson 5-8 Fr. G Columbus, Miss.

11/8 at Houston 11/13 Jackson State 11/17 New Orleans 11/21 Tennessee Tech Savannah State 11/26 11/29 vs Grand Canyon 11/30 vs UCLA or James Madison 12/1 vs TBA 12/4 Louisiana-Lafayette Alabama State 12/7 12/14 Southern Miss 12/17 at North Dakota State 12/20 Southeastern Louisiana 12/30 Mississippi Valley State at Florida 1/2 1/5 Auburn 1/12 at Arkansas 1/16 Tennessee 1/19 at Texas A&M 1/23 at Ole Miss 1/26 Missouri 1/30 at LSU 2/2 Georgia 2/6 South Carolina 2/9 at Auburn 2/16 Vanderbilt 2/20 at Alabama 2/23 Ole Miss 2/27 Kentucky 3/2 at Georgia

2012-13 Results W Houston L Hampton W Louisiana Tech L vs Winthrop L vs UC Santa Barbara L vs Central Florida W Savannah State L at Southern Miss W Florida Atlantic W Florida A&M W Jacksonville State W Northwestern State W Troy L at Vanderbilt L South Carolina L Florida L at LSU L at Kentucky L Texas A&M W Ole Miss L at Tennessee W Arkansas W at Missouri L at Ole Miss L LSU W Alabama L at South Carolina W Georgia L at Auburn L vs Alabama

72-66 48-56 57-55 59-61 43-60 56-64 70-55 59-61 59-58 67-57 69-54 65-49 82-60 41-92 46-60 55-61 42-62 47-100 33-81 72-57 45-88 47-44 61-56 51-65 41-63 75-51 43-58 50-38 63-74 36-63

2:00 PM ET 2013-14 Schedule

insell

mcfarland

Location (Enrollment)......................................Oxford, Miss (21,535) Nickname.................................................................................. Rebels Colors.........................................................Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President.............................................................. Dr. Daniel W. Jones Athletic Director.................................................................Ross Bjork Arena (Capacity)............................ C.M. Smith Tad Coliseum (8,867) Women’s Basketball SID............................................... Jessica Poole Office Phone / Fax........................(662) 915-7896 / (662) 915-7006 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (662) 816-3877 Email Address............................................ jepoole1@olemiss.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (662) 236-1931 Web Site.............................................................. OleMissSports.com Head Coach........................Matt Insell (Middle Tennessee State ‘07.) Record overall / at Ole Miss.............................................. 0-0 / 0-0 Assistant Coaches ........................................ Alex Simmons, Tai Dillard, Todd Schafer Series / Last Meeting..........UGA leads, 29-11 / UGA, 73-54, 2/24/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference....................... 9-20 / 2-14 (T-13th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................90.0 Pct. Blocks Back....................82.2 Pct. Rebounds Back..............82.9 Pct. Steals Back....................86.3 Pct. Assists Back...................89.7 Pct. Minutes Back.................84.8

2013-14 rebel Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 1 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 3 Vanessa McFarland 5-4 Sr. G 11.4 4.6 Edwards, Miss. 10 Diara Moore 5-7 Sr. G 10.2 3.7 Cedar Hill, Texas 12 Gracie Frizzell 5-10 So. G 7.2 1.6 Little Rock, Ark. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 3 11 Kenyotta Jenkins 5-10 Sr.. F 5.4 3.9 Potts Camp, Miss. 20 Amber Singletary 5-9 Jr. G 3.0 1.0 Baltimore, Md. 22 Danielle McCray 6-1 Jr. F 6.1 5.0 West Palm Beach, Fla. 32 Tia Faleru 6-0 Jr. F 11.4 5.0 Ozark, Ala. 42 Monique Jackson 6-1 Jr. F 3.9 4.0 Phenix City, Ala. Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................4 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 4 Claudia Ortiz Ledesma 5-8 Fr. G Carolina, Puerto Rico. 13 Tianah Alvarado 5-9 Fr. G St. Petersburg, Fla. 21 Shequila Joseph 6-3 Fr. F London, England 24 Bretta Hart 6-1 Fr. F Poplarville, Miss.

11/8 Jacksonville State 11/10 Central Arkansas 11/15 vs West Virginia 11/16 vs Hawaii 11/17 vs Washington State 11/22 Southeast Louisiana 11/24 Tennessee State 11/26 Louisiana-Monroe 11/30 at Tulane 12/4 Louisiana Tech 12/7 Mississippi Valley State 12/16 at South Alabama 12/18 at Baylor 12/30 Austin Peay 1/2 Missouri 1/9 at Tennessee 1/12 at Alabama 1/16 Vanderbilt 1/19 at Arkansas 1/23 Mississippi State 1/26 LSU 1/30 at South Carolina 2/2 Florida 2/6 Tennessee 2/9 at Georgia 2/13 at Kentucky 2/20 Texas A&M 2/23 at Mississippi State 2/27 at Missouri 3/2 Auburn

2012-13 Results W Sela W Northwestern State L Lamar W Mississippi Valley State W Lipscomb L at Louisiana Tech W UMass W Belmont L at Cleveland State L at Hofstra L vs Northwestern L vs McNeese State W vs Eastern Michigan L at LSU L Vanderbilt L at Auburn L Alabama L Missouri W at Florida L at Mississippi State L Arkansas L at Vanderbilt L at Tennessee W Mississippi State L South Carolina L at Texas A&M L Georgia L Kentucky L at Arkansas

95-85 67-51 71-85 62-60 68-46 54-57 71-59 63-48 55-67 63-72 69-73 75-80 61-58 79-84 57-76 52-76 75-83 72-73 88-81 57-72 66-77 53-79 68-97 65-51 47-62 53-82 54-73 65-90 52-93

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Conference Opponents Louisiana state

Feb. 20

Stegeman Coliseum • Athens, Ga.

7:00 PM ET

auburn

Feb. 23

Auburn Arena • Auburn, Ala.

2013-14 Schedule

caldwell

plaisance

Location (Enrollment).............................. Baton Rouge, La. (29,549) Nickname.......................................................................... Lady Tigers Colors.............................................................................Purple & Gold Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President/Chancellor...............................................Dr. Bill DeMastes Athletic Director................................................................. Joe Alleva Arena (Capacity)...............Pete Maravich Assembly Center (13,215) Women’s Basketball SID.................................................... Bill Martin Office Phone / Fax........................(225) 578-8204 / (225) 578-8226 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (225) 270-1665 Email Address.....................................................wmarti4@lsu.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (225) 578-8226 Web Site........................................................................LSUsports.net Head Coach.......................................Nikki Caldwell (Tennessee ‘94.) Record overall / at LSU.................................. 117-49 (5) / 45-23 (2) Assistant Coaches ....................................... Tasha Butts, Angel Elderkin, Tony Perotti Series / Last Meeting........... UGA leads, 22-18 / UGA, 71-53, 3/8/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference..........................22-12 / 10-6 (6th, SEC) Pct. Points Back....................63.4 Pct. Blocks Back....................94.7 Pct. Rebounds Back.............. 67.0 Pct. Steals Back....................70.8 Pct. Assists Back...................68.2 Pct. Minutes Back................. 67.6

2013-14 Lady tiger Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 4 / 1 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 5 Jeanna Kenney 5-8 Sr. G 5.5 4.3 Baton Rouge, La. 21 Shanece McKinney 6-4 Sr. C 4.1 3.7 Mobile, Ala. 32 Danielle Ballard 5-9 So. G 12.1 6.5 Memphis, Tenn. 55 Theresa Plaisance 6-5 Sr. F 17.0 8.3 Now Orleans, La. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 7 / 2 1 Derreyal Youngblood 6-4 So. C 2.8 2.6 Harvey, La. 4 Anne Pedersen 6-1 So. G 1.7 0.8 Copenhagen, Denmark 42 Shelia Boykin

6-2 Jr.

F

1.7

1.9 Los Angeles, Calif.

Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................6 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 3 Akilah Bethel* 6-0 Jr. G Baltimore, Md. 10 Jasmine Rhodes 5-10 Fr. G Mobile, Ala. 11 Raigyne Moncrief 5-10 Fr, G Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 13 Rina Hill 5-7 Fr. G Nagoya-Shi, Japan 24 DaShawn Harden 5-9 Jr. G Olathe, Kan. 31 Ann Jones* 6-3 Jr. F Jackson, Tenn. *Bethel & Jones are not eligible to play in 2013-14 due to transfer rules.

11/8 Stephen F. Austin 11/10 St. Jospeh’s or Mount St Mary’s 11/14 at TBD 11/17 at TBD 11/20 Hampton 11/23 at Louisiana Tech 11/29 vs Rutgers 11/30 vs Michigan or Texas Tech Indiana State 12/3 12/15 at Arkansas Little-Rock 12/17 Florida Gulf Coast 12/20 at NC State 12/30 Jackson State at Tennessee 1/2 1/5 at Tulane 1/9 Texas A&M 1/12 Florida 1/16 at Missouri 1/19 at Vanderbilt 1/23 Auburn 1/26 at Ole Miss 1/30 Mississippi State 2/2 at Kentucky 2/6 Missouri 2/9 at Texas A&M 2/16 South Carolina 2/20 at Georgia 2/23 Arkansas 2/27 Tennessee 3/2 at Alabama

W Wichita State L at Hampton L at Georgetown W vs West Virginia W at Florida International W NC State L Tulane W East Tennessee State W Louisiana Tech W Grambling W McNeese State L Florida Gulf Coast W UNO W Ole Miss L at Florida L at Arkansas W Mississippi State L at South Carolina W Vanderbilt L at Kentucky W at Auburn L Texas A&M L Tennessee W Georgia W at Mississippi State W at Missouri W Kentucky W Alabama W at Texas A&M W vs Auburn L vs Georgia W Green Bay W Penn State L vs California

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2013-14 Schedule

williams-flourney

2012-13 Results 72-70 58-67 69-71 71-63 76-69 81-73 64-66 76-42 77-55 90-59 82-75 70-76 87-61 84-79 72-77 54-63 62-42 59-66 54-51 60-73 59-55 57-74 62-64 62-54 63-41 78-74 77-72 76-42 67-52 65-62 53-71 75-71 71-66 63-73

3:00 PM ET

tanner

Location (Enrollment)......................................... Auburn, Ala (9,121) Nickname................................................................................... Tigers Colors........................................................Burnt Orange & Navy Blue Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President.......................................................................Dr. Jay Gogue Athletic Director................................................................Jay Jacobs Arena (Capacity)...............................................Auburn Arena (9, 121 Women’s Basketball SID................................................. Matt Crouch Office Phone / Fax....................... (334) 844-9800 / (334) 844-9807 Home/Cell Phone.....................................................(334) 740-4109 Email Address.............................................mcrouch@auburn.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (334) 844-1933 Web Site................................................................AuburnTigers.com Head Coach....................... Terri Williams-Flournoy (Penn State ‘91.) Record overall / at Auburn............................161-119 (9) / 19-15 (1) Assistant Coaches ...............................Ty Evans, Caroline McCombs, Adrian Walters Series / Last Meeting........... UGA leads, 25-16 / UGA, 61-58, 2/7/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference................. 19-15 / 5-11 (T-10th, league) Pct. Points Back....................46.7 Pct. Blocks Back.................... 81.2 Pct. Rebounds Back..............61.4 Pct. Steals Back....................55.0 Pct. Assists Back...................33.3 Pct. Minutes Back.................56.9

2013-14 tiger Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 3 / 2 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 00 Hasina Muhammad 6-1 Jr. G 14.0 5.1 Memphis, Tenn. 32 Tyrese Tanner 6-1 Sr. G/F 14.2 4.3 Brimingham, Ala. 34 Peyton Davis 6-5 Sr. C 6.1 4.9 Pinson, Ala. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 6 / 6 11 Courtney Strain 5-9 Sr. G 3.6 0.9 Woodland, Ala. 35 Cabriana Capers 6-1 So. F 1.9 3.2 Bolingbrook, Ill. 44 Tra’cee Tanner 6-3 So. F/C 6.3 3.8 Brimingham, Ala. Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................8 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 Meagan Tucker 5-8 Fr. G Covington, Ga. 3 Allina Starr 5-10 Fr. G Minneapolis, Minn. 10 Brandy Montgomery 5-10 Fr. G Port St. Lucie, Fla. 12 Keonna Farmer 6-1 Fr. G/F Birmingham, Ala. 13 Katie Frerking 6-1 Fr. G/F Johns Creek, Ga. 21 Melinda Brimfield 6-0 Jr. F Norway, S.C. 22 Kiani Parker 5-9 Jr. G Crestview, Fla. 40 Khady Dieng 6-0 Fr. G Dakar, Senegal.

11/9 Georgia Southern 11/13 Jacksonville State 11/16 at Temple 11/19 at Alabama A&M 11/24 at Tennessee-Chattanooga 11/29 vs Ball State 11/30 vs Iowa State 12/3 Tulane 12/6 St. John’s 12/15 Florida A&M 12/18 Presbyterian 12/21 vs UCLA at Minnesota 12/22 1/5 at Mississippi State 1/9 Vanderbilt 1/12 South Carolina 1/16 at Alabama 1/19 Kentucky 1/23 at LSU 1/26 at Florida 1/30 Texas A&M 2/2 at Arkansas 2/9 Mississippi State 2/13 at Vanderbilt 2/16 Missouri 2/20 at Tennessee 2/23 Georgia 2/27 Alabama 3/2 at Ole Miss

2012-13 Results W vs Maine 71-41 L at NC State 71-85 W Alabama State 80-43 W Alabama A&M 93-44 L vs San Diego State 57-78 W vs Texas A&M-Corpus Chr 72-57 W at Tulane 70-65 W Hofstra 68-58 W at George Washington 69-59 W Temple 71-49 W UT-Chattanooga 53-40 W Jacksonville 85-49 W Samford 80-51 W Arkansas 50-47 L at Missouri 76-82 W Ole Miss 76-52 L at Texas A&M 56-78 L Tennessee 66-75 L at Kentucky 53-97 L at Alabama 51-61 L LSU 55-59 L at South Carolina 51-59 L at Georgia 58-61 L Florida 57-65 W Alabama 70-53 L at Tennessee 61-83 W Missouri 67-59 L at Vanderbilt 44-59 W Mississippi State 74-65 L vs LSU 62-65 W UAB 80-57 W Western Kentucky 84-66 W Tulane 72-52 L Drexel 43-56


Conference Opponents Feb. 27

South Carolina Colonial Life Arena • Columbia, S.C.

7:00 PM ET

2013-14 Schedule

staley

welch

Location (Enrollment).................................. Columbia, S.C. (31,288) Nickname.......................................................................... Gamecocks Colors............................................................................Garnet & Black Conference..................................................................... Southeastern President................................................................Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director.................................................................Ray Tanner Arena (Capacity).................................... Colonial Life Arena (18,000) Women’s Basketball SID..................................................Diana Koval Office Phone / Fax........................ (803) 777-7977 / (803) 777-2967 Home/Cell Phone.................................................... (314) 369-6050 Email Address.......................................... dkoval@mailbox.sc.edu Press Row Phone......................................................... (803) 777-5204 Web Site.........................................................GamecocksOnline.com Head Coach..............................................Dawn Staley (Virginia ‘92.) Record overall / at South Carolina...........264-146 (13) / 92-66 (5) Assistant Coaches ......................................... Lisa Boyer, Nikki McCray, Darius Taylor Series / Last Meeting........... UGA leads, 33-7 / UGA, 42-40, 1/13/13 2012-13 Overall / Conference..................... 25-8 / 11-5 (T-4th, league) Pct. Points Back....................60.1 Pct. Blocks Back....................59.7 Pct. Rebounds Back.............. 57.3 Pct. Steals Back.................... 41.0 Pct. Assists Back...................45.0 Pct. Minutes Back.................55.6

2013-14 gamecock Roster Starters Returning (Info Below) / Lost............................................................ 2 / 3 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. PPG RPG Hometown 24 Aleighsa Welch 6-0 Jr. F 12.0 7.7 Goose Creek, S.C. 25 Tiffany Mitchell 5-9 So. G 9.2 5.1 Charlotte, N.C. Letterwinners Returning (Non-starters’ Info Below) / Lost........................... 8 / 3 5 Khadjah Sessions 5-8 So. G 5.8 1.4 Myrtle Beach, S.C. 12 Wilka Montout 6-3 Sr. C 2.4 1.5 Cayenne, Fr. Guiana 15 Tiffany Davis 5-7 RFr. G 4.0 1.3 Houston, Texas. 23 Tina Roy* 5-11 RSo. G NA NA Kaplan, La. 31 Asia Dozier 6-0 So. G 2.7 2.0 Columbia, S.C. 33 Elem Ibiam 6-4 Jr. C 5.3 4.5 Fayetteville, Ga. *Roy did not play in 2012/13 Newcomers (Information Below)...........................................................................4 No. Name Ht. Cl. Pos. Hometown 0 India Farmer 6-0 Fr. G N. Myrtle Beach, S.C. 2 Olivia Gaines 5-7 Jr. G Chester, S.C. 21 LeAnna Morrison 5-5 Jr. G Monck’s Corner, S.C. 41 Alaina Coates 6-4 Fr. C Irmo, S.C.

11/8 Charleston Southern 11/10 Louisiana Tech 11/14 College of Charleston 11/17 Seton Hall at Clemson 11/20 11/23 at San Diego State 11/25 at Southern Cal 12/2 North Carolina Central 12/8 at Charlotte vs North Carolina 12/18 12/20 Winthrop 12/22 South Carolina State 12/28 Savannah State 1/2 at Arkansas 1/5 Vanderbilt 1/9 Kentucky 1/12 at Auburn 1/16 at Texas A&M 1/19 Alabama 1/26 at Vanderbilt 1/30 Ole Miss 2/2 Missouri 2/6 at Mississippi State 2/9 Arkansas 2/16 at LSU 2/20 at Kentucky 2/23 Florida 2/27 Georgia 3/2 at Tennessee

vs. Alabama

vs. Mississippi State

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. PPG RPG A B S Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. PPG RPG A B S 1-1 2-8 .250 1-4 .250 4-6 .667 9.0 5.0 0 0 4 Barbee 2-2 6-14 .429 1-2 .500 6-10 .600 9.5 5.0 5 0 8 Barbee 2-0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0.0 1.0 2 0 0 Butler 0-0 Butler 0-0 Causwell 0-0 Causwell Donald 2-0 8-17 .471 0-0 .000 4-7 .571 10.0 6.0 1 1 0 Donald 2-0 2-6 .333 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 2.0 2.0 0 0 1 3-1 7-25 .280 0-1 .000 4-6 .667 6.0 4.7 0 0 5 3-2 6-18 .333 1-3 .333 2-2 1.000 5.0 2.0 5 0 2 Ford Ford 1-1 1-12 .083 0-8 .000 2-2 1.000 4.0 3.0 0 0 1 2-1 11-23 .478 5-11 .455 1-1 1.000 14.0 6.5 2 0 1 Griffin Griffin 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0.0 2.0 0 0 1 1-1 4-7 .571 0-1 .000 1-1 1.000 9.0 3.0 0 0 1 Hempe Hempe 4-3 18-43 .419 8-22 .364 5-6 .833 12.3 3.0 6 0 9 5-3 26-54 .481 10-26 .385 10-11 .909 14.4 3.2 7 1 8 Miller Miller

vs. Arkansas Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. Barbee 2-2 7-13 .538 2-4 .500 Butler 1-0 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 Causwell 1-0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 Donald 3-0 3-13 .231 0-1 .000 Ford 3-0 5-15 .333 1-1 1.000 Griffin 2-1 0-6 .000 0-4 .000 Hempe 1-0 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 Miller 5-3 14-46 .304 11-33 .333

FTs Pct. 3-4 .750 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 4-4 1.000

PPG RPG 9.5 7.0 4.0 2.0 0.0 3.0 2.3 4.0 4.3 3.0 0.0 2.0 5.0 4.0 8.6 3.2

vs. Missouri A B S 8 0 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 9 0 5

vs. Auburn

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. Barbee 1-1 2-8 .250 1-4 .250 Butler 1-0 4-6 .667 1-2 .500 Causwell 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Donald 1-0 2-3 .667 1-1 1.000 Ford 1-0 3-7 .429 0-3 .000 1-0 2-6 .333 2-4 .500 Griffin 1-0 3-4 .750 1-2 .500 Hempe 1-1 5-12 .417 1-7 .143 Miller

vs. Florida 77-44 82-58 78-47 64-43 45-34 65-46 55-46 58-55 55-42 69-35 49-53 65-45 66-44 53-73 60-46 64-48 40-42 66-59 52-44 55-50 43-40 59-51 65-53 48-50 74-78 62-47 58-43 58-65 67-56 77-35 52-61 74-52 69-75

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. 2-2 2-10 .200 1-4 .250 Barbee 2-0 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 Butler Causwell 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Donald 4-1 6-13 .462 0-0 .000 4-0 6-24 .250 0-5 .000 Ford 2-2 6-12 .500 3-7 .429 Griffin Hempe 2-0 2-4 .500 1-1 1.000 6-4 21-55 .382 7-26 .269 Miller

FTs Pct. 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 8-10 .800 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 2-4 .500 5-7 .714

vs. kentucky

A B S 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0

FTs Pct. 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 5-7 .714

PPG RPG A B S 1.0 7.0 2 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 2.3 0.7 0 0 0 2.0 2.0 0 0 2 2.0 1.0 0 0 1 8.0 3.0 15 3 4

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. 1-1 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 Barbee 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Butler Causwell 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Donald 3-0 4-13 .308 0-2 .000 3-1 5-19 .263 1-8 .125 Ford 1-0 3-14 .214 2-10 .200 Griffin 1-0 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 Hempe 5-5 15-54 .278 11-42 .262 Miller

FTs Pct. 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

PPG RPG 4.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.7 2.0 3.7 3.7 10.0 5.0 2.0 2.0 8.2 3.0

A B S 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 7 0 4

vs. texas A&M

vs. LSU FTs Pct. 5-5 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 2-5 .400 2-4 .500 1-2 .500 0-2 .000

PPG RPG 5.0 4.0 11.0 3.0 0.0 1.0 5.0 0.0 8.0 3.0 9.0 2.0 7.0 6.0 11.0 4.0

vs. Tennessee PPG RPG A B S 4.5 6.5 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 5.0 2.8 3 0 2 3.3 1.5 4 0 1 8.5 2.5 1 0 2 3.5 2.0 1 1 1 9.0 2.7 10 0 6

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. PPG RPG A B S Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. 1-1 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 2-2 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 2.0 5.5 1 0 2 Barbee Barbee 1-0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2.0 0.0 0 0 0 Butler Butler Causwell 0-0 Causwell 0-0 1-0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 Donald 2-0 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2.0 2.5 1 0 0 Donald 1-0 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 3-1 11-30 .367 0-2 .000 3-6 .500 8.3 4.0 1 0 1 Ford Ford 1-1 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 2-1 3-13 .231 1-7 .143 2-2 1.000 4.5 3.0 0 0 0 Griffin Griffin 1-0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 Hempe 2-0 1-7 .143 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1.0 2.5 1 0 0 Hempe 2-1 5-19 .263 4-13 .308 5-4 27-57 .474 13-28 .464 7-10 .700 14.8 1.8 9 0 5 Miller Miller

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. 2-2 5-16 .313 1-6 .167 Barbee 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Butler Causwell 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Donald 3-0 2-5 .400 0-2 .000 3-0 2-11 .182 0-3 .000 Ford 2-1 8-23 .348 7-15 .467 Griffin Hempe 2-0 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 4-3 7-24 .292 5-14 .357 Miller

FTs Pct. 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

vs. South Carolina

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. PPG RPG A B S Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. 1-1 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 4-11 .364 1-2 .500 5-6 .833 14.0 8.0 1 0 2 Barbee Barbee 1-0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 Butler 0-0 Butler Causwell 0-0 Causwell 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Donald 2-0 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 2.0 1.5 1 0 1 Donald 2-0 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 3-0 3-5 .600 1-2 .500 2-0 2-7 .286 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2.0 3.5 2 0 1 Ford Ford 1-0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 1-0 0-3 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0.0 2.0 0 0 0 Griffin Griffin 1-0 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 Hempe 1-0 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2.0 2.0 0 0 0 Hempe 6-5 17-45 .378 9-22 .409 3-3 16-39 .410 9-26 .346 1-1 1.000 14.0 5.3 5 0 6 Miller Miller

2012-13 Results W Elon W at Louisiana Tech W Savannah State W Clemson W vs Hampton W vs Florida Gulf Coast W vs DePaul W Drexel W at Seton Hall W Furman L Stanford W SC State W Western Carolina L Tennessee W at Mississippi State W Vanderbilt L at Georgia W LSU W at Florida W Kentucky W at Arkansas W Auburn W at Alabama L Texas A&M L at Kentucky W at Ole Miss W Mississippi State L at Missouri W Florida W vs Alabama L vs Texas A&M W vs South Dakota State L vs Kansas

Career stats vs. SEC schools

FTs Pct. PPG RPG A B S 1-2 .500 7.0 8.0 0 0 2 0-0 .000 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 4-4 1.000 1-2 .500 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000

6.0 5.0 4.0 0.0 8.0

3.0 8.0 1.0 0.0 3.5

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

vs. vanderbilt PPG RPG 8.0 8.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.7 2.0 2.0 1.0 12.5 4.0 1.5 1.0 4.8 2.5

vs. Ole Miss

A B S 6 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 3 4 1 1 1 2 0 2 0 1

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. 1-1 2-6 .000 0-3 .000 Barbee Butler 0-0 Causwell 0-0 Donald 2-0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 3-1 6-13 .462 0-1 .000 Ford 1-1 3-8 .375 2-5 .400 Griffin 1-0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 Hempe 4-2 6-27 .222 2-14 .143 Miller

FTs Pct. PPG RPG A B S 5-7 .714 9.0 5.0 1 0 4 1-2 .500 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

2.5 5.3 8.0 2.0 3.5

4.5 3.0 2.0 3.0 2.5

2 0 2 4 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 7

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In SEC Tournament

Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. PPG RPG A B S Player G-GS FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. 2-2 3-7 .429 0-2 .000 Barbee 1-1 6-7 .857 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 13.0 6.0 1 0 4 Barbee 2-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Butler 1-0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2.0 0.0 0 0 0 Butler Causwell 0-0 Causwell 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Donald 2-0 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 2-4 .500 2.5 2.0 3 0 0 Donald 3-0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 3-0 2-9 .222 1-1 1.000 Ford 3-1 7-15 .467 1-2 .500 4-4 1.000 6.3 3.7 3 0 3 Ford 2-2 6-21 .286 5-15 .333 Griffin 1-1 4-8 .500 2-3 .667 2-2 1.000 12.0 2.0 2 0 0 Griffin Hempe 1-0 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2.0 1.0 0 0 1 Hempe 2-0 1-8 .125 0-0 .000 5-3 9-39 .231 4-22 .182 Miller 4-2 10-40 .250 7-27 .259 0-0 .000 6.8 5.8 9 1 6 Miller

FTs Pct. 6-7 .857 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500

PPG RPG 6.0 8.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.7 1.7 1.7 1.3 8.5 5.0 1.0 1.0 4.6 2.4

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

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Postseason tournaments SEC Tournament March 5-9

Arena at Gwinnett Center

NCAA Tournament Duluth, Ga.

April 6 & 8

Final Four: Bridgestone Arena

Nashville, Tenn.

No. 8 No. 8

Noon

No. 12 No. 13

No. 1

Noon 4:00

6:00

No. 5

2:30

No. 4

2:30

No. 10 No. 7

6:00 6:00

No. 11

No. 2

No. 14

6:00

Champion Automatic NCAA Bid

6:00

8:30

No. 6

8:30

No. 3

8:30

March 5 games on FSSO/SPSO March 6-7 games on SPSO March 8 games on ESPNU March 9 game on ESPN2

Lady Bulldog SEC Tournament History ◊ Georgia has won the SEC Tournament four times, in 1983, 1984, 1986 and 2001. ◊ Georgia has compiled a 44-30 (.595) record in SEC Tournament play. ◊ Two Lady Bulldogs have been named MVP of the SEC Tournament – Teresa Edwards in 1983 and Katrina McClain in 1986. ◊ All told, 15 Lady Bulldogs have been named to the All-SEC Tournament team a combined 22 times, including three-time member Janet Harris (1983, 1984 & 1985).

Record by Seed Seed

No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 No. 12 Un.

No. Rec. Last Best result *7 2 **9 4 3 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 3

9-5 3-2 11-7 5-4 4-3 2-2 1-1 4-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-3

2000 2007 2006 2005 2008 1988 2009 1994 2002

Champs (’84, ’86) Runner-up (’87) Champs (’83, ’01) Runner-up (’92) Runner-up (’04) Semis (’88) Quarters (‘09) Runner-up (’93) Quarters (’02)

1982

Third (’81, ’82)

Lady Bulldog NCAA Tournament 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 30 of 32 NCAA Tournaments – second-best nationally. ◊ Georgia’s totals of all-time NCAA Tournament games played (85) and games won (55) both rank fifth among all schools. ◊ Lady Bulldogs have been tabbed All-Regional 25 times and All-Final Four four times.

Record by Opponent School Rec. Last Result

Alabama 7-1 Arkansas 3-0 Auburn 2-3 Florida 2-0 Kentucky 6-2 LSU 6-3 Ole Miss 6-3 Mississippi State 1-2 Missouri 0-0 South Carolina 2-1 Tennessee 3-9 Texas A&M 0-0 Vanderbilt 6-6

W, 73-66 in 2010 1st W, 63-44 in 2001 SF L, 47-75 in 1997 QF W, 76-72 in 2004 QF L, 30-68 in 2013 SF W, 71-53 in 2013 QF W, 87-65 in 2005 QF L, 52-67 in 2010 QF L, 55-59 in 2012 QF L, 58-82 in 2011 QF L, 61-69 in 2009 QF

* includes twice as No. 1 seed in SEC East (1984, 1985) ** includes once as No. 3 seed in SEC East (1983)

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Record by Seed Seed

No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 Un.

No. Rec. Last Best result 4 2000 7 2001 5 2007 4 2013 3 2010 2 2011 1 1998 1 2008 0 1 2002 1 2009 1 1993

8-4 17-7 15-5 4-4 5-3 4-2 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-1

Elite Eight (3 times) Runner-up (’85, ’96) Final Four (’95, ’99) Elite Eight (‘13) Sweet 16 (’03, ’10) Sweet 16 (’05, 11) Rd. of 64 (’98) Rd. of 32 (’08) Rd. of 64 (’02) Rd. of 64 (’09) Rd. of 32 (’93)

Record by Round Rd.

64 32 Sweet 16 Elite Eight Semis Final

No. Rec. Last-result

21 18-4 ’13-W, 70-50 vs. Montana 26 19-6 ’13-W, 65-60 vs. Iowa St. 20 11-9 ’13-W, 61-59 vs. Stanford 11 5-6 ’13-L, 62-65 (OT) vs. Cal 5 2-3 ’99-L, 69-81 vs. Duke 2 0-2 ’96-L, 65-83 vs. Tennessee


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In this section...

2012-13 Notebook........................................................... 90-91 Overall Individual Stats, SEC Individual Stats & Double-Digit Performances............................................ 92 Home Individual Stats, Road Individuals Stats & Neutral Site Individual Stats.......................................... 93 Game-by-Game Results...................................................... 94 Team & Individual Single-Game Superlatives.................. 95 Game-by-Game Team Stats........................................... 96-97 SEC Standings & Team Stats.............................................. 98 SEC Tournament Bracket & Individual Stat Leaders......... 99 Box Scores...................................................................100-104

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Season Notebook A Memorable Campaign

The Georgia Lady Bulldogs led by double digits in the second half before suffering a tough 65-62 overtime loss to California in the “Elite Eight” round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament. “I’m disappointed,”head coach Andy Landers said afterward. “But I am proud of our basketball team. I’m proud of the run that we made.” Georgia’s 30th trip – second-most nationally – to the NCAA Tournament was certainly among the Lady Bulldogs’ most exciting and memorable. UGA reached its 20th “Sweet 16” and 11th “Elite Eight.” In a quirk of the bracket, all four of UGA’s “March Madness” contests were played in Spokane, Wash. – the first two at McCarthey Athletic Center at Gonzaga and the second two at the Spokane Arena. Instead of trekking cross-country twice, the Lady Bulldogs spent 13 consecutive days in the Pacific Northwest. “If we stay any longer, we’ll probably have to get our driver’s licenses switched and register to vote,” Landers quipped prior to the “Sweet 16” matchup with Stanford.

Senior Trio Makes Its Mark

Anne Marie Armstrong scored her 1,000th point for Georgia on a layup with 17:23 remaining against Stanford in the “Sweet 16.” She became the 34th Lady Bulldog overall and third 2013 senior to reach the millennium mark. Armstrong joined Jasmine James and Jasmine Hassell to make them the second trio of Lady Bulldog classmates to each top 1,000. James scored her 1,000th point late in her junior year at South Carolina and Hassell did so during 2012-13 against Savannah State. The only other three UGA classmates with 1,000 points are the Class of 1997’s La’Keshia Frett (1,850), Tracy Henderson (1,764) and Kedra Holland-Corn (1,566).

Youth Is served in Athens

On the other end of the experience spectrum, Georgia was the only team that reached the “Sweet 16” and the “Elite Eight” with two freshmen included in its starting five.

During NCAA play, Jasmine James upped her career starts tally to 123, the No. 7 tally alltime at Georiga. Also during “March Madness,” James ascended from No. 20 to No. 18 among Georgia’s career scoring leaders and from No. 10 to No. 7 in career assists. Anne Marie Armstrong swatted seven shots during the “Big Dance” and joined the Lady Bulldogs’ top-10 career leaders, eventually finishing at No. 9 on that ledger. Armstrong’s 133 GPs tied Ashley Houts and Janese Hadrick at No. 4 all-time for Georgia.

“PT” equally distributed

Jasmine Hassell played in the second-most games of any Lady Bulldog ever.

During the 2011-12 season, six Lady Bulldogs averaged between 20.0 and 34.5 minutes of playing time per game. All told, five different players logged all 40 minutes a combined 25 times. During the 2012-13 campaign, playing time was much more evenly distributed. Ten Lady Bulldogs averaged between 10.9 and 31.2 mpg and on only 57 occasions in 35 games was a Georgia player on the floor more than 30 minutes. Most dramatically affected was Jasmine James. James averaged 35.4 mpg during her first three seasons and played 30 minutes or more in 82 of 91 games played over that span. As a senior, James led the team in PT but played 30 minutes or less in 17 contests.

Shacobia Barbee got the nod for all but one game (at Georgia Tech) during her freshman campaign. Tiaria Griffin was a spot starter in the early season but was on the floor for the opening tip of the last 10 contests. Freshman starters are common in Athens. Barbee became the 70th freshmen to start for Andy Landers – and the 22nd to do so for her collegiate debut – during his 34 campaigns at Depth Shows Up Elsewhere the University of Georgia. Georgia’s depth provided a big boost in a Griffin became the 72nd freshman on that couple of “specialty stats” – one directly and aforementioned ledger of first-season starters... another indirectly. Merritt Hempe was the 71st. The Lady Bulldogs’ bench contributed 679 points, 249 more than the opposing teams’ Updating UGA’s Career Marks reserve players. Three Lady Bulldog seniors all moved up on Georgia scored 697 points off of turnovers, various UGA career statistical leaders ledgers a +345 margin that almost doubled the oppoduring the NCAA Tournament. nents’ tally of 352 points. Jasmine Hassell registered her 131st-134th games played and moved into a tie with Wanda Freshmen find minutes Holloway at No. 2 among the Lady Bulldogs’ Georgia’s freshmen logged major “PT” from career leaders. Cori Chambers owns the UGA the get-go, contributing 49 minutes against record for GPs at 135. Rutgers in the opener.

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All told, freshmen played 2,351 minutes, accounting for 33.5 percent of the Lady Bulldogs’ total playing time, a mark that would have been higher if Merritt Hempe had not missed four games with a foot injury.

Lady Dogs Secure 25th Win

A March 8 win over LSU gave Georgia its 19th 25-win campaign during Andy Landers’ 34 seasons in Athens. The 2013 senior class also won 25 games as freshmen in 2009-10, when the Lady Bulldogs finished the season 25-9 overall.

20 wins...once again

The Lady Bulldogs secured their 28th 20-win campaign during Andy Landers’ 34 seasons at UGA with their Feb. 7 victory over Auburn. Georgia has reached that marker during 10 of the past 11 seasons. Landers’ tally ranks fifth all-time among Division I head coaches...and third among active coaches (Montana’s Robin Selvig and Tara VanDerveer also have 28 20-win seasons apiece). Pat Summitt tops the all-time ledger with 36, followed by C. Vivian Stringer with and Jody Conradt (retired) and Sylvia Hatchell both with 29.

SEC Weekly Accolades roll in

Jasmine Hassell and Khaalidah Miller were selected as the Southeastern Conference’s Player of the Week on Jan. 14 and Feb. 4, respectively. Shacobia Barbee was named the SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 25. Hassell was honored after averaging 20.0 points in wins over No. 18 South Carolina and Alabama. Hassell poured in 21 points against the Tide, which was then her career high against SEC competition. She then scored 19 points versus the Gamecocks, accounting for 45 percent of UGA’s total offense in the 42-40 win. Miller averaged 18.0 points in victories over Alabama and No. 8 Kentucky. She scored a team-high 11 points against Alabama in Athens and followed that with a career-high 25 points as the Lady Bulldogs snapped Kentucky’s 34-game home winning streak.


Season Notebook Barbee averaged 8.5 points, 3.5 assists and 3.0 steals in a pair of victories over Arkansas and Ole Miss. Barbee dished a game-high six assists against the Razorbacks. She then scored 13 points on 6-of-7 shooting from the floor at Ole Miss and also had a game-high four steals against the Rebels.

UGA By the numbers Georgia’s record was...

Lady Dogs Do Lineup Shuffle

Nine different Lady Bulldogs were utilized to comprise seven variations of a starting five during 2012-13. Jasmine Hassell and Jasmine James were the only two to get the nod for every game, while Shacobia Barbee started all but one (at Georgia Tech).

Lady Bulldogs Post 850th win

A Jan. 31 victory over Alabama represented the 850th win in 40 seasons of Lady Bulldog Basketball. UGA became the 10th Division I women’s hoops program to reach 850 victories. Georgia has been consistently ascending the ledger of the game’s winningest programs. The Lady Bulldogs were the 22nd NCAA Division I team to post 500 wins in 1998; the 17th to 600 victories in 2002; the 15th to 700 “Ws” in 2006; and the 10th to 800 wins in 2011.

Our Take On Landers’ “Career”

As Andy Landers approached his 900th win, the question came frequently. “Hey, the NCAA Records Book says that Andy Landers only had 795 career victories entering the 2012-13 season. What gives?” Georgia politely disagrees with the NCAA on Landers’ career record as a collegiate head coach. Prior to arriving in Athens, Landers was 82-21 in four seasons at Roane State, a junior college in Harriman, Tenn. UGA chooses – and has since 1979 – to include Landers’ Roane results in his overall record as a collegiate head coach. Conversely, the NCAA does not recognize Landers’ wins at Roane State because it is not a four-year institution. Therefore, the NCAA lists Landers’ “career” record as only his coaching efforts at Georgia.

A Milestone(s) Campaign

The 2012-13 season featured a pair of memorable victories for Andy Landers, the first – and still only – full-time head coach in the history of Lady Bulldog Basketball. The Lady Bulldogs’ Nov. 20 victory over Savannah State represented Andy Landers’ 800th win at UGA. He became just the eighth coach – men’s or women’s – to secure 800 victories at one Division I school as listed below to the left with active coaches in bold. Georgia’s victory at Ole Miss on Feb. 24 represented the 900th win in Andy Landers’ career as a collegiate head coach. Pictured above: Georgia’s seniors presented the game ball from the Ole Miss win to Landers prior to the regular-season finale against Vanderbilt. Landers became just the fourth women’s coach to reach that milestone, joining Pat Summitt, Jody Conradt and Sylvia Hatchell. C. Vivian Stringer became the fifth coach to secure 900 wins two days after Landers did so. The winningest active coaches are outlined below right.

“Ws” at One Division I School Winningest Active WBB Coaches

Rk. Coach, School Wins 1. Pat Summitt, Tennessee..................1098 2. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse....................892 3. Dean Smith, North Carolina..............879 4. Adolph Rupp, Kentucky.....................876 5. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke.....................856 6. Jim Phelan, Mt. St. Mary’s................830 7. Geno Auriemma, Connecticut..........805 8. Andy Landers, Georgia..............800 9. Jody Conradt, Texas...........................783 10. Robin Selvig, Montana......................776

Rk. Coach, School Wins 1. Sylvia Hatchell, N. Carolina..............908 2. Andy Landers, Georgia..............905 3. C. Vivian Stringer, Rutgers................901 4. Tara VanDerveer, Stanford................894 5. Geno Auriemma, Connecticut..........839 6. Robin Selvig, Montana......................798 7. Jim Foster, Ohio State.......................783 8. Muffet McGraw, Notre Dame...........714 9. Cindy Russo, FIU...............................689 10. Joan Bonvicini, Seattle......................666

“I get it,” Landers said during the season. “I understand that I am probably the only person who will ever have this situation. It doesn’t upset me in any way. But I will say this. I am as proud of the 82 wins at Roane as I am of the victories at Georgia.”

Lady Dogs Hit “Magic number”

(totals as of 11/20 win over Savannah St.)

Editor’s Note: NCAA does not recognize Landers’ 82 wins at Roane State

Georgia has furthered one of the greatest statistical indicators in any sport during 2012-13. The Lady Bulldogs put up 80 or more points six times to improve to 425-6 when reaching the 80-point plateau under Andy Landers.

Overall: ..........................................................28-7 Home:........................................................15-1 Away:...........................................................8-4 Neutral: .......................................................5-2 Day Games:...................................................13-3 Night Games: ................................................15-4 November Games:..........................................8-0 December Games: ..........................................4-1 January Games:..............................................6-2 February Games: ............................................5-2 March/April Games:........................................5-2 Monday Games: .............................................1-1 Tuesday Games:..............................................2-0 Wednesday Games:........................................3-0 Thursday Games:............................................6-1 Friday Games: ................................................3-1 Saturday Games: ............................................3-1 Sunday Games:.............................................10-3 Overtime Games:............................................0-0 Television Games:.........................................15-4 vs. Ranked Opponents:...................................5-3

Georgia’s record when...

Leading at Halftime:......................................23-3 Home Games:...........................................14-0 Road Games: ..............................................6-1 Neutral Games: ..........................................3-2 Trailing at Halftime: ........................................3-4 Home Games:.............................................0-1 Road Games: ..............................................2-3 Neutral Games: ..........................................1-0 Tied at Halftime:..............................................2-0 Home Games:.............................................1-0 Road Games: ..............................................0-0 Neutral Games: ..........................................1-0 UGA Shoots 50 percent or better: .................5-0 UGA Shoots 40-49 percent: ......................... 11-0 UGA Shoots 39 percent or less: ..................12-7 Opp. Shoots 50 percent or better: .................1-1 Opp. Shoots 40-49 percent: ...........................5-3 Opp. Shoots 30-39 percent: .........................16-3 Opp. Shoots 29 percent or less: ....................6-0 UGA Outrebounds (or ties) Opp.:................20-3 Opp. Outrebounds Georgia: ..........................8-4 UGA Has Fewer (or equal) TOs: ...................23-4 Opp. Has Fewer TOs:.......................................5-3 UGA Scores 80 points or more:.....................6-0 UGA Scores 70-79 points: .............................8-0 UGA Scores 69 points or less: .....................14-7

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Individual Statistics All Games: 28-7 (15-1 home; 8-4 Road; 5-2 Neutral)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. PF-DQ A TO B S Pts.-Avg Jasmine Hassell 35-35 928-26.5 180-339 .531 0-0 .000 84-128 .656 217-6.2 87-1 17 61 15 30 Jasmine James 35-35 1097-31.3 153-379 .404 7-38 .184 71-116 .612 125-3.6 61-1 133 86 3 81 Khaalidah Miller 35-15 812-23.2 97-281 .345 44-158 .278 28-32 .875 101-2.9 50-1 49 28 3 36 35-17 653-18.7 87-268 .325 46-155 .297 35-51 .686 102-2.9 35-0 29 38 3 32 Tiaria Griffin 35-34 941-26.9 86-214 .402 20-67 .299 61-103 .592 212-6.1 61-1 87 70 2 85 Shacobia Barbee 20-74 .270 45-56 .804 174-5.1 55-1 77 49 36 47 Anne Marie Armstrong 34-29 884-26.0 90-258 .349 34-5 486-14.3 72-172 .419 14-41 .341 22-37 .595 101-3.0 29-0 27 22 2 19 Erika Ford 30-4 357-11.9 37-97 .381 3-19 .158 20-29 .690 85-2.8 57-1 12 25 18 13 Merritt Hempe 21-1 237-11.3 19-49 .388 2-13 .154 12-14 .857 53-2.5 29-0 17 25 5 4 Krista Donald Marjorie Butler 27-0 295-10.9 21-57 .368 5-16 .313 14-19 .737 28-1.0 29-1 37 42 1 14 3-0 5-1.7 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 1-0.3 0-0 0 1 0 0 Danielle Bennett Kaelyn Causwell 17-0 105-6.2 12-31 .387 0-0 .000 10-15 .667 35-2.1 23-0 1 9 10 2 Tamika Willis 29-0 225-7.8 16-40 .400 0-0 .000 11-20 .550 65-2.2 20-0 7 15 10 14 135-3.9 0 14 TEAM Total 35 872-2188 .399 163-584 .279 413-620 .666 1434-41.0 536-7 493 485 108 377 Opponents 35 711-1959 .363 172-589 .292 291-463 .629 1317-37.6 551-7 400 690 113 236 BY PERIOD Georgia Opponents

1st 2nd OT 1156 1154 10 867 1005 13

Total DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2320 Georgia 1885 Opponents

444-12.7 384-11.0 266-7.6 255-7.3 253-7.2 245-7.2 180-5.3 97-3.2 52-2.5 61-2.3 6-2.0 34-2.0 43-1.5 2320-66.3 1885-53.9

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Jasmine James

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Player G-GS MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. PF-DQ A TO B S Pts.-Avg Jasmine Hassell 16-16 451-28.2 80-151 .530 0-0 .000 43-61 .705 113-7.1 45-0 7 31 6 10 203-12.7 Jasmine James 16-16 543-33.9 64-174 .368 0-9 .000 37-60 .617 57-3.6 32-0 66 58 2 42 165-10.3 Khaalidah Miller 16-8 393-24.6 44-124 .355 23-78 .295 18-20 .900 37-2.3 19-0 23 8 1 15 129-8.1 Shacobia Barbee 16-16 438-27.4 38-98 .388 9-30 .300 32-52 .615 93-5.8 35-1 31 32 0 43 117-7.3 Tiaria Griffin 16-8 279-17.4 37-114 .325 19-63 .302 18-23 .783 45-2.8 17-0 7 19 2 13 111-6.9 Anne Marie Armstrong 15-13 379-25.3 33-111 .297 4-24 .167 19-23 .826 74-4.9 30-1 33 22 15 19 89-5.9 Erika Ford 16-1 230-14.4 30-90 .333 2-18 .111 14-18 .778 42-2.6 16-0 9 10 1 4 76-4.8 Merritt Hempe 14-1 146-10.4 17-41 .415 2-8 .250 5-11 .455 33-2.4 27-0 4 9 8 5 41-2.9 Krista Donald 14-1 176-12.6 14-38 .368 1-9 .111 12-14 .857 41-2.9 23-0 12 19 3 3 41-2.9 Marjorie Butler 10-0 87-8.7 6-16 .375 1-3 .333 4-4 1.000 8-0.8 9-0 6 15 0 2 17-1.7 10-0 67-6.7 4-11 .364 0-0 .000 4-5 .800 26-2.6 4-0 2 3 3 2 12-1.2 Tamika Willis Kaelyn Causwell 5-0 11-2.2 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-0.8 5-0 0 4 2 0 0-0.0 TEAM 64-4.0 7 Total 16 367-969 .379 61-242 .252 206-291 .708 637-39.8 262-2 200 237 43 158 1001-62.6 Opponents 16 348-906 .384 73-255 .286 143-227 .630 613-38.3 247-2 190 293 56 124 912-57.0 BY PERIOD Georgia Opponents

1st 2nd OT Total DEADBALL REBOUNDS 491 510 - 1001 Georgia 438 474 - 912 Opponents

Double-Digit Lady Bulldogs Points

Merritt Hempe

Season Career

Jasmine Hassell Jasmine James Khaalidah Miller Anne Marie Armstrong Tiaria Griffin Shacobia Barbee Erika Ford Merritt Hempe Krista Donald Marjorie Butler Danielle Bennett Tamika Willis

24 22 12 11 10 9 4 2 1 1 0 0

* – Bennett’s double-digit games at SIU-Edwardsville in 2009-10

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67 74 49 43 10 9 9 2 4 1 4 2

Rebounds

Season Career

Jasmine Hassell Shacobia Barbee Anne Marie Armstrong Jasmine James Krista Donald Khaalidah Miller Erika Ford

Assists

Jasmine James

5 5 2 0 0 0 0

10 5 3 3 2 2 1

Season Career 0

1

TOTAL 36 43

Double-Doubles Season Career

Jasmine Hassell Shacobia Barbee Anne Marie Armstrong Jasmine James Krista Donald Khaalidah Miller Erika Ford

5 3 1 0 0 0 0

8 3 2 4 2 2 1

20-Point Games Season Career Jasmine Hassell Khaalidah Miller Shacobia Barbee Tiaria Griffin Jasmine James Anne Marie Armstrong Krista Donald

4 2 1 1 0 0 0

8 6 1 1 6 3 1


Individual Statistics Home Games: 15-1 Player G-GS

MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. PF-DQ A TO B S Pts.-Avg Jasmine Hassell 16-16 366-22.9 77-156 .494 0-0 .000 35-54 .648 86-5.4 30-0 13 26 6 15 16-16 433-27.1 71-149 .477 0-11 .000 24-41 .585 41-2.6 18-0 52 35 2 40 Jasmine James Khaalidah Miller 16-7 374-23.4 44-127 .346 18-69 .261 14-15 .933 46-2.9 24-0 26 10 1 16 16-3 267-16.7 45-103 .437 9-26 .346 15-22 .682 66-4.1 14-0 17 9 1 13 Erika Ford 16-6 279-17.4 40-116 .345 18-63 .286 11-19 .579 44-2.8 11-0 8 17 2 22 Tiaria Griffin Anne Marie Armstrong 16-11 367-22.9 35-113 .310 10-32 .313 23-28 .821 76-4.8 19-0 45 21 13 26 Shacobia Barbee 16-16 396-24.8 30-86 .349 8-26 .308 24-42 .571 88-5.5 24-0 44 30 1 38 Merritt Hempe 14-4 204-14.6 25-59 .424 3-15 .200 9-12 .750 48-3.4 25-0 7 11 10 9 Krista Donald 7-1 84-12.0 7-20 .350 1-5 .200 11-12 .917 21-3.0 10-0 4 11 1 3 Marjorie Butler 14-0 207-14.8 15-42 .357 4-10 .400 11-13 .846 24-1.7 19-0 33 26 1 11 Kaelyn Causwell 110 89-8.1 11-25 .440 0-0 .000 7-12 .583 28-2.5 21-0 0 9 6 1 Tamika Willis 13-0 130-10.0 10-24 .417 0-0 .000 8-16 .500 37-2.8 10-0 6 11 9 12 Danielle Bennett 2-0 4-2.0 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-0.5 0-0 0 1 0 0 62-3.9 4 TEAM Total 16 411-1022 .402 72-259 .278 192-286 .671 668-41.8 225-0 255 221 53 206 Opponents 16 298-824 .362 66-247 .267 98-174 .563 562-35.1 257-5 175 372 46 112 BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT Total DEADBALL REBOUNDS TOTAL Georgia 557 529 - 1086 Georgia 41 Opponents 348 412 - 760 Opponents 36

189-11.8 166-10.4 120-7.5 114-7.1 109-6.8 103-6.4 92-5.8 62-4.4 26-3.7 45-3.2 29-2.-6 28-2.2 3-1.5 1086-67.9 760-47.5

Road Games: 8-4 Player G-GS

MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. PF-DQ A TO B S Pts.-Avg Jasmine Hassell 12-12 363-30.3 68-118 .576 0-0 .000 32-48 .667 92-7.7 39-1 3 26 4 9 Jasmine James 12-12 418-34.8 55-146 .377 0-8 .000 30-51 .588 49-4.1 28-0 51 41 1 32 Khaalidah Miller 12-8 317-26.4 38-111 .342 19-64 .297 14-17 .824 39-3.3 19-1 16 11 2 14 Shacobia Barbee 12-11 334-27.8 32-72 .444 8-20 .400 19-33 .576 68-5.7 27-1 28 28 0 38 Anne Marie Armstrong 11-11 308-28.0 30-85 .353 2-20 .100 18-22 .818 56-5.1 25-1 19 18 14 14 Tiaria Griffin 12-4 187-15.6 26-83 .313 13-46 .283 18-22 .818 33-2.8 15-0 7 15 1 6 12-2 171-14.3 21-54 .389 5-15 .333 7-15 .467 29-2.4 13-0 9 11 1 6 Erika Ford Merritt Hempe 10-0 99-9.9 9-23 .391 0-3 .000 5-11 .455 32-3.2 23-1 2 9 6 4 8-0 97-12.1 7-18 .389 0-4 .000 1-2 .500 20-2.5 13-0 8 10 2 0 Krista Donald Tamika Willis 9-0 47-5.2 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 3-3 1.000 14-1.6 5-0 1 3 0 1 Marjorie Butler 8-0 52-6.5 3-9 .333 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 2-0.3 2-0 2 9 0 2 Kaelyn Causwell 4-0 7-1.8 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 3-0.8 1-0 0 0 1 1 45-3.8 5 TEAM Total 12 293-731 .401 47-183 .257 150-228 .658 482-40.2 210-5 146 186 32 127 Opponents 12 266-703 .378 64-200 .320 134-196 .684 461-38.4 195-2 150 220 45 91 BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT Total DEADBALL REBOUNDS TOTAL Georgia 377 406 - 783 Georgia 41 Opponents 338 392 - 730 Opponents 31

168-14.0 140-11.7 109-9.1 91-7.6 80-7.3 83-6.9 54-4.5 23-2.3 15-1.9 11-1.2 7-0.9 2-0.5

Anne Marie Armstrong

783-65.2 730-60.8

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Neutral Site Games: 5-2 Player G-GS

MP-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. PF-DQ A TO B S Pts.-Avg Jasmine Hassell 7-7 199-28.4 35-65 .538 0-0 .000 17-26 .654 39-5.6 18-0 1 9 5 6 Jasmine James 7-7 246-35.1 27-84 .321 7-19 .368 17-24 .708 35-5.0 15-1 30 10 0 9 Shacobia Barbee 7-7 211-30.1 24-56 .429 4-21 .190 18-28 .643 56-8.0 10-0 15 12 1 9 Tiaria Griffin 7-7 187-26.7 21-69 .304 15-46 .326 6-10 .600 25-3.6 9-0 14 6 0 4 Anne Marie Armstrong 7-7 209-29.9 25-60 .417 8-22 .364 4-6 .667 42-6.0 11-0 13 10 9 7 Khaalidah Miller 7-0 121-17.3 15-43 .349 7-25 .280 0-0 .000 16-2.3 7-0 7 7 0 6 Danielle Bennett 1-0 1-1.0 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Erika Ford 6-0 48-8.0 6-15 .400 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 6-1.0 2-0 1 2 0 0 Merritt Hempe 6-0 54-9.0 3-15 .200 0-1 .000 6-6 1.000 5-0.8 9-0 3 5 2 0 Krista Donald 6-0 56-9.3 5-11 .455 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 12-2.0 6-0 5 4 2 1 Marjorie Butler 5-0 36-7.2 3-6 .500 1-3 .333 2-4 .500 2-0.4 8-1 2 7 0 1 Kaelyn Causwell 2-0 9-4.5 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 4-2.0 1-0 1 0 3 0 Tamika Willis 7-0 48-6.9 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 14-2.0 5-0 0 1 1 1 TEAM 28-4.0 5 Total 7 168-435 .386 44-142 .310 71-106 .670 284-40.6 101-2 92 78 23 44 Opponents 7 147-432 .340 42-142 .296 59-93 .634 294-42.0 99-0 75 98 22 33 BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT Total DEADBALL REBOUNDS TOTAL Georgia 222 219 10 451 Georgia 20 Opponents 181 201 13 391 Opponents 23

87-12.4 78-11.1 70-10.0 63-9.0 62-8.9 37-5.3 3-3.0 12-2.0 12-2.0 11-1.8 9-1.8 3-1.5 4-0.6 451-64.4 395-56.4

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Game-By-Game Results Overall: 28-7 ◊ SEC: 12-4 (3rd) ◊ Home: 15-1 ◊ Road: 8-4 ◊ Neutral: 5-2 Date 11/11 11/14 11/16 11/18 11/20 11/23 11/24 11/28 12/2 12/4 12/16 12/19 12/28 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/23 3/25 3/30 4/1

AP/ESPN AP/ESPN Opponent 10/11 Rutgers 10/10 Presbyterian 10/10 S.C. State 10/10 Belmont 8/9 Savannah State 8/9 & vs. Saint Bonaventure 8/9 & at New Mexico 8/9 Furman 8/9 at Georgia Tech (CSS) 6/7 Mercer 6/7 Lipscomb (CSS) 6/7 at TCU (FOXSWS) 6/7 at Illinois 10/11 * Missouri 10/11 * at 12/13 Tennessee (SPSO) 13/12 * at Alabama (CSS) 13/12 * 18/16 South Carolina (CSS) 13/12 * at Arkansas 13/12 * 20/20 Texas A&M (ESPN2) 14/14 * Florida (CSS) 13/14 * Alabama 13/14 * at 8/7 Kentucky (SECN) 9/10 * Auburn 9/10 * at LSU (ESPNU) 13/12 * at Florida (CSS) 13/12 * Arkansas (SPSO) 13/12 * at Ole Miss (CSS) 11/11 * at Mississippi State 11/11 * Vanderbilt (ESPNU) 12/12 # vs. 22/NR LSU (SPSO) 12/12 # vs. 7/7 Kentucky (ESPNU) 14/13 ^ vs. Montana (ESPN2) 14/13 ^ vs. 23/23 Iowa State (ESPN2) 14/13 ^ vs. 4/4 Stanford (ESPN) 14/13 ^ vs. 6/6 Cal (ESPN)

W-L Score UGA Points UGA Rebounds Opp. Points Opp. Rebounds W 57-51 16 – Miller 6 – Armstrong 12 – Wheeler 9 – Evans W 66-38 14 – Hassell 9 – Hassell 8 – Burnside 5 – Parker W 62-46 14 – Armstrong 9 – Hempe 13 – Knotts 11 – Alston W 70-38 17 – Hassell 10 – Hassell 9 – Coleman 11 – Coleman W 94-57 18 – James 7 – Hassell 22 – A. Thomas 4 – Kalu W 84-48 22 – Miller 6 – Barbee, Hassell 10 – Rueter 4 – Little, McGee, Ortega W 72-42 17 – James 9 – Hempe 14 – Halasz 9 – Durbin W 83-47 17 – Miller 7 – Armstrong 15 – Hodges 7 – Griswold W 60-50 22 – Hassell 8 – Miller 14 – Whiteside 10 – Marshall W 80-38 12 – Three Players 6 – Barbee, Ford 16 – Grant 9 – Alemann W 93-42 18 – Griffin, James 8 – Barbee 11 – Phillips 5 – Phillips W 72-59 14 – Armstrong, Hassell 9 – Hallell 19 – Ventress 7 – Lovings L 59-70 17 – James, Miller 9 – Armstrong 27 – Penn 11 – Penn W 77-46 16 – James 8 – Hassell 24 – Kulas 7 – Kulas L 66-79 18 – James 5 – Griffin 23 – Graves 8 – Graves W 95-83 21 – Hassell 7 – Hassell 19 – Simmons 6 – Horn, Simmons W 42-40 19 – Hassell 7 – Barbee 10 – Welch 10 – Mitchell W 57-53 15 – Barbee 11 – Barbee 14 – Watkins 8 – Williams L 46-64 9 – Hassell 8 – Barbee, Ford 12 – Walker 9 – Bellock W 69-52 13 – Hassell 11 – Barbee 8 – Four Players 10 – Lewis W 65-59 11 – Miller 8 – Griffin, Hassell 12 – Myers 10 – Horn W 75-71 25 – Miller 8 – Hassell 18 – Mathies, O’Neill 11 – Walker W 61-58 15 – Hassell 10 – Hassell 20 – Muhammad 7 – Alverson, Muhammad L 54-62 18 – Hassell 12 – Hassell 13 – Plaisance 15 – Ballard W 62-57 16 – Hassell 16 – Hassell 17 – George 8 – Lewis, Mercer W 66-34 14 – Hassell 7 – Donald, Ford 8 – Gatling, Wilson 5 Williams W 73-54 23 – Hassell 10 – Hassell 9 – Three Players 7 – McFarland L 38-50 10 – Armstrong 12 – Hassell 13 – Grant 14 – Alwal W 55-50 16 – Hassell 6 – Donald, Hassell 17 – Lister 9 – Clarke W 71-53 19 – Hassell 10 – Barbee 16 – Webb 7 – Ballard, Plaisance L 38-60 17 – Hassell 9 – Hassell 18 – Stallworth 6 – Bishop W 70-50 16 – Hassell 7 – Barbee 11 – Hill 7 – Smith W 65-60 20 – Barbee 8 – James 23 – Prins 17 – Poppens W 61-59 16 – James 12 – Barbee 26 – Ogwumike 12 – Ogwumike L OT-62-65 14 – Barbee 10 – Barbee 25 –Clarendon 11 – Gray

& - UNM Thanksgiving Tournament (Albuquerque, N.M.) ◊ * - SEC games ◊ # - SEC Tournament (Duluth, Ga.) ◊ ^ - NCAA Tournament (Spokane, Wash.)

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Single-Game Superlatives 2012-13 single-game superlatives

Lady Bulldog Team Highs & Lows

Opponent Team Highs & Lows

Category High Low

Total Points: 95 vs. Alabama-1 38 vs. Kentucky-2, Mississippi State 1st Half Points: 49 vs. Lipscomb, Savannah St. 16 vs. Texas A&M 2nd Half Points: 53 vs. Alabama-1 14 vs. Kentucky-2 Rebounds: 53 vs. Belmont 28 vs. South Carolina FGs Made: 38 vs. Savannah St. 10 vs. Mississippi State FGs Attempted: 77 vs. Furman 46 vs. South Carolina FG Percentage: .563 vs. Alabama-1 .182 vs. Mississippi State 3FGs Made: 12 vs. Iowa State 1 vs. Kentucky-2, Texas A&M, South Carolina 30 vs. Iowa State 5 vs. Georgia Tech 3FGs Attempted: .600 vs. Mercer .056 vs. Kentucky-2 3FG Percentage: FTs Made: 19 vs. Auburn 3 vs. Mercer FTs Attempted: 30 vs. S.C. State 7 vs. Mercer FT Percentage: .864 vs. Auburn .357 vs. Furman Assists: 23 vs. Lipscomb 2 vs. Kentucky-2 Turnovers: 26 vs. Kentucky-1, Illinois 5 vs. Iowa State Blocked Shots: 8 vs. Montana, Arkansas-2, 0 vs. Stanford, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Presbyterian Auburn Steals: 23 vs. Lipscomb 3 vs. LSU-2 Blocked Shots: 6 vs. Furman, Tennessee-1 0 vs. Mercer, Vanderbilt-1, Tennessee-2, S. Carolina-2 Steals: 21 vs. TCU 2 vs. S. Carolina-2

Category High Low Total Points: 1st Half Points: 2nd Half Points: Rebounds: FGs Made: FGs Attempted: FG Percentage: 3FGs Made: 3FGs Attempted: 3FG Percentage:

83 by Alabama-1 40 by Kentucky-1, Tennessee 46 by Alabama-1 54 by Cal 33 by Alabama-1 70 by Cal, Ole Miss .510 by Texas A&M 9 by Iowa State, Alabama-1 31 by Iowa State, Alabama-2 .643 by Alabama-1

34 by Arkansas-2 12 by Belmont 15 by South Carolina 26 by Savannah St. 14 by Arkansas-2 44 by Presbyterian .264 by Arkansas-2 0 by South Carolina 5 by Florida-2 .000 by South Carolina

FTs Made: 18 by Illinois 3 by Auburn, Belmont, Presbyterian, Rutgers FTs Attempted: 29 by Illinois 5 by Belmont FT Percentage: .857 by LSU-2, Tennessee .200 by Auburn Assists: 22 by Tennessee 5 by Florida-2 Turnovers: 33 by Lipscomb 9 by Cal Blocked Shots: 8 by Florida-1, TCU 0 by Ole Miss, South Carolina, Missouri, Lipscomb Steals: 14 by Kentucky-1 0 by Belmont Blocked Shots: 10 by Auburn 0 by Georgia Southern, S. Carolina-2 Steals: 15 by Florida-1 2 by Florida-2

Individual Team Highs & Lows

Category Georgia Opponent Points: Rebounds:

25 by by Khaalidah Miller vs. Kentucky-1 16 by Jasmine Hassell vs. Florida-2

27 by Karisma Penn (Illinois) 19 by Karisma Penn (Illinois)

FGs Made: FGs Attempted:

10 by Jasmine Hassell vs. Ole Miss, Georgia Tech 16 by Jasmine James vs. Tennessee, Illinois 16 by by Khaalidah Miller vs. Furman

12 by Chiney Ogwumike (Stanford) 24 by Amber Orrange (Stanford)

3FGs Made: 5 by Tiaria Griffin vs. LSU-2 5 by Khaalidah Miller vs. Kentucky-1 3FGs Attempted: 10 by Tiaria Griffin vs. Tennessee FTs Made: FTs Attempted:

7 by Jasmine Hassell vs. Alabama-1 7 by Shacobia Barbee vs. Lipscomb 10 by Shacobia Barbee vs. Alabama-1

Assists: Blocked Shots: Steals: Minutes Played:

8 by Jasmine James vs. Ole Miss, LSU-1 4 by Anne Marie Armstrong vs. Montana, LSU-1 4 by Merritt Hempe vs. Arkansas-2 7 by Shacobia Barbee vs. Alabama-1 41 by Shacobia Barbee vs. Cal

4 4 4 4 4 14

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by Adrienne Webb (LSU-2) by Jennifer O’Neill (Kentucky-1) by Shafontaye Myers (Alabama-1) by Meighan Simmons (Tennessee) by Caroline Durbin (New Mexico by Shafontaye Myers (Alabama-2)

8 by Kendra Grant (Mississippi State) 11 by Karisma Penn (Illinois) 9 by Valencia McFarland (Ole Miss) 6 by Latricia Lovings (TCU) 6 by Ieasia Walker (South Carolina) 45 by Layshia Clarendon (Cal)

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Game-By-Game TEam Statistics

Shacobia Barbee

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Date Opponent

FGs Pct.

11/11 Georgia W Rutgers

19-49 .388 5-19 22-54 .407 4-14

.263 14-24 .286 3-11

.583 29 12 17 3 9 .273 42 9 26 4 7

28-29=57 18-33=51

11/14 Georgia W Presbyterian

24-62 .387 6-24 15-44 .341 5-12

.250 12-16 .417 3-7

.750 40 14 13 8 19 .429 32 8 27 1 9

35-31=66 18-20=38

11/16 Georgia W S.C. State

21-68 18-47

.190 16-30 .308 6-8

.533 51 15 16 2 13 .750 33 14 29 2 11

29-33=62 15-31=46

11/18 Georgia W Belmont

27-68 .397 4-14 16-56 .286 3-11

.286 12-16 .750 53 19 8 1 9 .273 3-5 .600 29 8 14 4 0

40-30=70 12-26=38

11/20 Georgia W Savannah State

38-75 .507 5-19 18-46 .391 5-13

.263 13-18 .722 44 22 11 3 17 .385 16-21 .762 26 11 25 2 6

49-45=94 26-31=57

11/23 & Georgia W vs. ST. Bonaventure

30-60 .500 10-21 17-54 .315 4-16

.476 14-19 .737 35 21 14 5 12 .250 10-16 .625 33 8 24 1 3

41-43=84 20=28=48

11/24 & Georgia W at New Mexico

31-66 15-51

.125 .357

.571 41 15 11 2 14 .500 33 11 24 1 7

40-32=72 17-25=42

11/28 Georgia W Furman

36-77 .468 6-15 19-52 .365 5-16

.400 5-14 .313 4-6

.357 45 18 12 7 13 .667 35 13 28 3 3

45-38=83 28-19=47

12/2 Georgia W at Georgia Tech

21-49 19-63

.400 16-25 .238 7-12

.640 42 12 20 5 12 .583 36 16 18 4 9

27-33=60 14-36=50

12/4 Georgia W Mercer

34-75 .453 9-15 15-52 .288 4-17

.600 3-7 .235 4-6

.429 42 22 8 3 18 .667 40 12 28 3 5

34-46=80 21-17=38

12/16 Georgia W Lipscomb

37-72 .514 6-20 15-49 .306 7-25

.300 13-18 .280 5-8

.722 46 23 15 5 23 .626 30 11 33 0 5

49-44=93 22-20=42

12/19 Georgia W at TCU

28-62 .452 6-17 20-50 .400 6-15

.353 10-17 .588 39 20 13 1 17 .400 13-16 .813 32 13 21 8 9

38-34=72 21-38=59

12/28 Georgia L at Illinois

21-61 .344 3-15 24-57 .421 4-21

.200 14-24 .583 41 9 26 2 11 .190 18-29 .621 42 9 26 3 8

29-30=59 36-34=70

1/3 * Georgia W Missouri

30-68 .441 7-24 17-52 .327 5-22

.292 10-13 .227 7-10

.769 46 17 11 6 14 .700 31 8 21 0 7

45-32=77 23-23=46

1/6 * Georgia L at Tennessee

24-66 .364 8-26 30-61 .492 7-16

.308 10-13 .769 29 16 6 4 9 .438 12-14 .857 46 22 15 4 3

42-24=66 40-39=79

1/10 * Georgia W at Alabama

36-64 .563 5-14 33-69 .478 9-14

.357 18-24 .643 8-14

.750 42 10 21 2 11 .571 31 11 17 2 8

42-53=95 37-46=83

1/13 * Georgia W South Carolina

17-46 .370 1-9 16-47 .340 0-11

.111 7-12 .000 8-16

.583 28 11 21 1 11 .500 37 8 24 0 13

25-17=42 25-15=40

1/17 * Georgia W at Arkansas

20-54 .370 2-10 21-51 .412 4-16

.200 15-23 .652 34 12 10 2 7 .250 7-12 .583 35 15 18 6 8

19-38=57 30-23=53

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.309 .383

.470 .294

.429 .302

3FGs Pct.

4-21 4-13

2-16 5-14

2-5 5-21

FTs Pct. REB A TO BL STL

8-14 7-14

1st/2nd=Total


Game-By-Game TEam Statistics Date Opponent

FGs Pct.

1/20 * Georgia L Texas A&M

16-55 .291 1-6 26-51 .510 5-10

.167 13-20 .650 35 7 13 1 4 .500 7-15 .467 35 15 11 4 8

16-30=46 39-25=64

1/27 * Georgia W Florida

25-58 22-64

.431 .344

4-15 3-16

.267 15-21 .188 5-14

.714 44 18 16 2 7 .357 40 11 17 8 10

39-30=69 20-32=52

1/31 * Georgia W Alabama

23-67 20-57

.343 .351

5-18 8-31

.278 14-18 .258 11-13

.778 43 16 18 3 12 .846 41 12 23 1 10

32-33=65 25-34=59

2/3 * Georgia W at Kentucky

27-59 .458 6-16 24-62 .387 7-21

.375 15-19 .789 40 12 26 2 6 .333 16-23 .696 33 11 21 5 14

30-45=75 40-31=71

2/7 * Georgia W Auburn

19-64 .297 4-18 25-50 .500 5-11

.222 19-22 .455 3-15

.864 39 11 11 9 13 .200 41 15 22 5 4

34-27=61 22-36=58

2/10 * Georgia L at LSU

22-73 .301 3-17 21-62 ,339 3-13

.176 7-10 .231 17-23

.700 45 11 8 7 9 .739 53 12 13 3 6

25-29=54 31-31=62

2/17 * Georgia W at Florida

22-60 .367 5-12 23-59 .390 1-5

.417 13-23 .565 44 7 17 2 10 .200 10-14 .714 40 5 18 2 8

30-32=62 28-29=57

2/21 * Georgia W Arkansas

26-65 .400 3-11 14-53 .264 2-16

.273 11-15 .125 4-6

.733 50 17 17 8 13 .667 31 8 23 4 8

30-36=66 16-18=34

2/24 * Georgia W at Ole Miss

31-62 21-70

.231 .269

.667 43 18 12 0 8 .625 38 16 11 0 4

33-40-73 20-34=54

2/28 * Georgia L at Mississippi State

10-55 .182 2-22 15-48 .313 6-18

.091 16-24 .667 42 4 16 3 13 .333 14-17 .824 42 9 18 7 7

22-16=38 24-26=50

3/3 * Georgia W Vanderbilt

19-53 .358 2-11 20-50 .400 1-9

.182 15-22 .111 9-13

.682 33 13 14 0 11 .692 39 12 21 5 6

27-28=55 18-32=50

3/8 Georgia W LSU

28-62 .452 6-18 20-69 .290 7-26

.333 9-13 .269 6-7

.692 46 20 12 4 3 .857 36 13 10 3 2

40-31=71 30-23=53

3/9 Georgia L Kentucky

14-63 .222 1-18 23-56 .411 6-13

.056 9-14 .462 8-12

.643 48 2 18 1 4 .667 38 12 13 6 10

24-14=38 19-41=60

3/23 Georgia W Montana

28-61 .459 5-17 17-58 .293 6-17

.294 9-12 .750 37 15 11 8 7 .353 10-16 .625 43 11 20 4 7

32-38=70 25-25=50

3/25 Georgia W Iowa State

23-63 .365 12-30 .400 7-10 21-59 .356 9-31 .290 9-12

3/30 Georgia W Stanford 4/1 Georgia L Cal

.500 .300

3FGs Pct.

3-13 7-26

FTs Pct. REB A TO BL STL

8-12 5-8

1st/2nd=Total

.700 35 17 5 2 6 .750 44 16 12 2 3

32-33=65 32-28=60

22-63 .349 6-21 25-66 .379 5-18

.286 11-20 .550 42 8 7 0 5 .278 4-6 .667 46 8 10 1 3

27-34=61 34-15=59

23-63 .365 4-17 24-70 .343 5-21

.235 12-18 .667 41 9 11 3 7 .238 12-24 .500 54 7 9 5 5

26-26-10=62 21-31-13=65

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SEC TEam Statistics 2012-13 Southeastern Conference Standings

League Games All Games School W-L Pct H A W-L Pct H A N Tennessee Kentucky Georgia Texas A&M South Carolina LSU Vanderbilt Arkansas Florida Missouri Auburn Mississippi State Alabama Ole Miss

Scoring Offense Team G Pts 1. TTennessee 35 2717 2. Kentucky 36 2713 3. Florida 37 22611 4. Texas A&M 35 2445 5. LSU 34 2346 6. Arkansas 33 2189 7. Georgia 35 2320 8. Auburn 34 2246 9. Vanderbilt 33 2168 10. Missouri 32 2100 11. Alabama 31 2013 12. Ole Miss 29 1877 13. South Carolina 33 2024 14. Mississippi St. 30 1656

Scoring Defense Team G Pts 1. South Carolina 33 1660 2. Georgia 35 1885 3. Arkansas 33 1879 4. Texas A&M 35 2021 5. Kentucky 36 2083 6. Vanderbilt 33 1934 7. Auburn 34 2070 8. Mississippi St. 30 1869 9. Missouri 32 2011 10. LSU 34 2169 11. Tennessee 35 2237 12. Florida 37 2411 13. Alabama 31 2169 14. Ole Miss 29 2090

14-2 .875 13-3 .813 12-4 .750 11-5 .688 11-5 .688 10-6 .625 9-7 .563 6-10 .375 6-10 .375 6-10 .375 5-11 .313 5-11 .313 2-14 .125 2-14 .125 Avg. 77.6 75.4 70.6 69.9 69.0 66.3 66.3 66.1 65.7 65.6 64.9 64.7 61.3 55.2 Avg. 50.3 53.9 56.9 57.7 57.9 58.6 60.9 62.3 62.8 63.8 63.9 65.2 70.0 72.1

8-0 6-2 7-1 6-2 7-1 5-3 6-2 5-3 6-2 5-3 6-2 4-4 6-2 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 4-4 2-6 5-3 0-8 4-4 1-7 1-7 1-7 1-7 1-7

27-8 .771 16-2 9-4 2-2 30-6 .833 16-1 9-3 5-2 28-7 .800 15-1 8-4 5-2 25-10 .714 14-5 6-4 5-1 25-8 .758 13-3 7-3 5-2 22-12 .647 15-3 5-7 2-2 21-12 .636 12-2 7-7 2-3 20-13 .606 12-6 7-5 1-2 22-15 .595 11-5 8-8 3-2 17-15 .531 14-5 2-7 1-3 19-15 .559 15-4 2-9 2-2 13-17 .433 12-5 1-8 0-4 13-18 .419 6-9 4-8 3-1 9-20 .310 7-8 1-10 1-2

3-Pt. FG Percentage

Blocked Shots

3-Pt. FG Defense

Steals

Turnover Margin

Team 1. Tennessee 2. Texas A&M 3. Vanderbilt 4. Missouri 5. Kentucky 6. Florida 7. Auburn 8. Mississippi St. 9. Arkansas 10. LSU 11. Ole Miss 12. Georgia 13. Alabama 14. South Carolina

3FG 178 114 161 263 240 181 122 94 163 111 145 163 171 112

3FGA Pct 502 .355 323 .353 472 .341 781 .337 731 .328 552 .328 388 .314 312 .301 549 .297 384 .289 512 .283 584 .279 667 .256 442 .253

Team 3FG 3FGA Pct 1. Mississippi St. 98 380 .258 2. Vanderbilt 30 502 .259 3. Alabama 122 458 .266 4. Arkansas 134 484 .277 5. Texas A&M 136 474 .287 6. South Carolina 104 358 .291 7. Georgia 172 589 .292 8. Tennessee 179 608 .294 9. Kentucky 121 410 .295 10. LSU 182 604 .301 11. Ole Miss 126 409 .308 12. Florida 194 621 .312 13. Auburn 237 713 .332 14. Missouri 192 568 .338

Scoring Margin

FG Percentage

Rebound margin

FT Percentage

FG Defense

Assists

Team Off. Def. Diff. 1. Kentucky 75.4 57.9 +17.5 2. Tennessee 77.6 63.9 +13.7 3. Georgia 66.3 53.9 +12.4 4. Texas A&M 69.9 57.7 +12.1 5. South Carolina 61.3 50.3 +11.0 6. Arkansas 66.3 56.9 +9.4 7. Vanderbilt 65.7 58.6 +7.1 8. Florida 70.6 65.2 +5.4 9. LSU 69.0 63.8 +5.2 10. Auburn 66.1 60.9 +5.2 11. Missouri 65.6 62.8 +2.8 12. Alabama 64.9 70.0 -5.0 13. Mississippi St. 55.2 62.3 -7.1 14. Ole Miss 64.7 72.1 -7.3 Team 1. Tennessee 2. Vanderbilt 3. LSU 4. Mississippi St. 5. Kentucky 6. Ole Miss 7. Missouri 8. Texas A&M 9. Arkansas 10. Georgia 11. Florida 12. Auburn 13. Alabama 14. South Carolina

FT 525 447 507 364 471 404 311 383 422 413 440 358 394 446

FTA Pct 692 .759 623 .717 714 .710 515 .707 672 .701 578 .699 455 .684 562 .681 621 .680 620 .666 665 .662 569 .629 632 .623 791 .564

Team 1. Texas A&M 2. Tennessee 3. Florida 4. LSU 5. Vanderbilt 6. Auburn 7. Kentucky 8. Missouri 9. Arkansas 10. Georgia 11. South Carolina 12. Mississippi St. 13. Ole Miss 14. Alabama Team 1. South Carolina 2. Arkansas 3. Georgia 4. Auburn 5. Missouri 6. Tennessee 7. Mississippi St. 8. Texas A&M 9. Vanderbilt 10. LSU 11. Florida 12. Kentucky 13. Alabama 14. Ole Miss

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FG 974 1007 995 864 780 883 1001 763 802 872 733 599 664 724 FG 611 673 711 720 713 856 645 784 728 797 871 757 785 804

FGA Pct 2133 .457 2244 .449 2303 .432 2011 .430 1832 .426 2075 .426 2392 .418 1833 .416 1992 .403 2188 .399 1879 .390 1645 .364 1862 .357 2134 .339 FGA Pct 1724 .354 1863 .361 1959 .363 1922 .375 1901 .375 2277 .376 1708 .378 2073 .378 1897 .384 2054 .388 2231 .390 1907 .397 1936 .405 1795 .448

Team Reb. Opp. Diff. 1. South Carolina 42.0 32.8 +9.2 2. Tennessee 43.3 37.4 +5.9 3. Vanderbilt 38.8 33.5 +5.3 4. Texas A&M 39.5 34.9 +4.5 5. Georgia 41.0 37.6 +3.3 6. Kentucky 39.2 35.9 +3.3 7. Florida 40.4 37.2 +3.2 8. Arkansas 39.2 37.4 +1.8 9. Missouri 38.8 37.0 +1.8 10. Auburn 38.6 36.8 +1.7 11. LSU 38.8 37.7 +1.1 12. Ole Miss 39.9 41.8 -2.0 13. Mississippi St. 36.7 39.3 -2.6 14. Alabama 39.6 49.8 -10.1 Team G 1. Texas A&M 35 2. Auburn 34 3. Missouri 32 4. Arkansas 33 5. Vanderbilt 33 6. Tennessee 35 7. Georgia 35 8. LSU 34 9. Kentucky 36 10. Florida 37 11. Ole Miss 29 12. Alabama 31 13. Mississippi St. 30 14. South Carolina 33

Asts 594 531 492 496 492 512 493 469 475 482 349 352 334 351

Avg. 16.97 15.62 15.38 15.03 14.91 14.63 14.09 13.79 13.19 13.03 12.03 11.35 11.13 10.64

Team G Blks Avg. 1. Mississippi St. 30 153 5.10 2. Kentucky 36 181 5.03 3. LSU 34 170 5.00 4. Auburn 34 154 4.53 5. Tennessee 35 143 4.09 6. Florida 37 147 3.97 7. Arkansas 33 131 3.97 8. Alabama 31 115 3.71 9. South Carolina 33 119 3.61 10. Texas A&M 35 123 3.51 11. Vanderbilt 33 111 3.36 12. Georgia 35 108 3.09 13. Ole Miss 29 73 2.52 14. Missouri 32 75 2.34 Team G Stls Avg. 1. Kentucky 36 429 11.92 2. Auburn 34 402 11.82 3. Alabama 31 334 10.77 4. Georgia 35 377 10.77 5. Arkansas 33 312 9.45 6. Ole Miss 29 263 9.07 7. Tennessee 35 312 8.91 8. Florida 37 329 8.89 9. LSU 34 301 8.85 10. Texas A&M 35 307 8.77 11. South Carolina 33 288 8.73 12. Mississippi St. 30 226 7.53 13. Missouri 32 213 6.66 14. Vanderbilt 33 210 6.36 Team 1. Kentucky 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. Auburn 5. Arkansas 6. South Carolina 7. Texas A&M 8. Ole Miss 9. LSU 10. Florida 11. Tennessee 12. Vanderbilt 13. Mississippi St. 14. Missouri

TOs Opp. Diff. 15.5 23.7 +8.19 15.8 21.9 +6.06 13.9 19.7 +5.86 17.0 20.6 +3.62 15.3 18.6 +3.30 13.9 16.3 +2.42 14.7 16.8 +2.09 16.1 17.4 +1.31 16.9 17.6 +0.76 16.8 17.5 +0.70 15.9 16.4 +0.57 17.4 15.8 -1.58 20.1 17.7 -2.43 16.8 14.1 -2.72

Assist-to-TO Ratio Team 1. Texas A&M 2. Georgia 3. Arkansas 4. Tennessee 5. Auburn 6. Missouri 7. Vanderbilt 8. Kentucky 9. LSU 10. Florida 11. South Carolina 12. Ole Miss 13. Alabama 14. Mississippi St.

Asts TOs Ratio 594 515 1.15 493 485 1.02 496 506 0.98 512 555 0.92 531 578 0.92 492 539 0.91 492 575 0.86 475 558 0.85 469 574 0.82 482 623 0.77 351 459 0.76 349 466 0.75 352 490 0.72 334 603 0.55


SEC Individual Statistics Scoring

Player, School G Pts 1. Plaisance, LSU 34 577 2. Simmons, UT 35 589 3. Clarke, VU 33 549 4. Bone, TAMU 35 582 5. Mathies, UK 36 579 6. Webb, LSU 33 483 7. Tanner, AU 34 482 8. Muhammad, AU 34 475 9. Kulas, MIZ 32 440 10. Foggie, VU 27 362 11. Graves, UT 35 461 12. Bonds, UF 37 486 13. Watkins, AR 33 422 14. Hassell, UGA 35 444 15. Alverson, AU 34 428 16. Stallworth, UK 35 438 17. Simmons, UA 31 384 18. Eye, MIZ 32 391 19. Lister, VU 33 402 20. Alwal, MSU 30 364 21. Ballard, LSU 34 410 22. Welch, SC 33 395 23. Moss, UF 37 438 24. Grant, MSU 30 353 25. McFarland, OM 29 331 26. Faleru, OM 28 319 27. Spani, UT 35 387 28. James, UGA 35 384 George, UF 35 384

REbounding

Player, School G Rebs 1. Alwal, MSU 30 292 2. Bone, TAMU 35 326 3. Clarke, VU 33 279 4. Plaisance, LSU 34 282 5. Walker, UK 36 293 6. Bruner, SC 33 267 7. Graves, UT 35 281 8. Welch, SC 33 255 9. George, UF 35 264 10. Bellock, TAMU 35 258 11. Williams, AR 33 231 12. Moss, UF 37 252 13. Burdick, UT 27 179 14. Kulas, MIZ 32 209 15. Ballard, LSU 34 220 16. Hassell, UGA 35 217 17. Alverson, AU 34 206 18. Barbee, UGA 35 212 19. Stallworth, UK 35 209 20. Peak, AR 33 191

FG Percentage Player, School 1. Bone, TAMU 2. Hassell, UGA 3. Clarke, VU 4. Stallworth, UK 5. Webb, LSU 6. Plaisance, LSU 7. Mathies, UK 8. Muhammad, AU 9. Tanner, AU 10. Simmons, UT

FG 244 180 208 181 176 207 207 198 184 217

Avg. 17.0 16.8 16.6 16.6 16.1 14.6 14.2 14.0 13.8 13.4 13.2 13.1 12.8 12.7 12.6 12.5 12.4 12.2 12.2 12.1 12.1 12.0 11.8 11.8 11.4 11.4 11.1 11.0 11.0 Avg. 9.7 9.3 8.5 8.3 8.1 8.1 8.0 7.7 7.5 7.4 7.0 6.8 6.6 6.5 6.5 6.2 6.1 6.1 6.0 5.8

FGA Pct 431 .566 339 .531 404 .515 374 .484 397 .443 474 .437 487 .425 468 .423 442 .416 527 .412

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13. Alabama

63

8. Arkansas

59

13. Alabama

35

9. Florida

5. S. Carolina 77 11. Auburn

62

10. Missouri

40

6. LSU

7. Vanderbilt FT Percentage Player, School 1. Webb, LSU 2. Alwal, MSU 3. Watkins, AR 4. Bonds, UF 5. Tanner, AU 6. Mathies, UK 7. Moore, OM 8. McFarland, OM 9. Kulas, MIZ 10. Plaisance, LSU 11. Welch, SC 12. Graves, UT 13. Grant, MSU 14. Clarke, VU 15. Bone, TAMU

FT 86 97 101 140 108 92 84 76 92 139 126 131 91 133 91

FTA Pct 107 .804 123 .789 129 .783 181 .773 140 .771 122 .754 112 .750 103 .738 126 .730 191 .728 178 .708 187 .701 133 .684 205 .649 142 .641

3FG Percentage Player, School 1. Mathies, UK 2. Eye, MIZ 3. Foggie, VU 4. Myers, UA

64

3FG 3FGA Pct 73 173 .422 112 269 .416 62 189 .328 80 287 .279

65 53

1. Tennessee 82 9. Florida

1. Tennessee 62

73

4. Texas A&M 75 5. S. Carolina 52

4. Texas A&M 66

4. Texas A&M 61 3. Georgia

71

3. Georgia

6. LSU 53

38 2. Kentucky

7. Vanderbilt

65

2. Kentucky

76

2. Kentucky

3-Point Field Goals Player, School G 3FGs 1. Eye, MIZ 32 112 2. Myers, UA 31 80 3. Foggie, VU 27 62 4. Mathies, UK 36 73 5. Simmons, UT 35 69 6. Alverson, AU 34 67 7. O’Neill, UK 35 67 8. Needles, UF 37 63 9. Lister, VU 33 56 10. Frizzell, OM 29 49 11. Svete, UF 37 52 12. Gaynor, MSU 29 40 13. Spani, UT 35 48 14. Webb, LSU 33 45 15. Simmons, UA 31 41

Avg. 3.50 2.58 2.30 2.03 1.97 1.97 1.91 1.70 1.70 1.69 1.41 1.38 1.37 1.36 1.32

Player, School G 1. Berna, AR 33 2. Ouardad, AU 31 3. McFarland, OM 29 4. Lister, VU 33 5. Doty, MIZ 32 6. Massengale, UT 35 7. Pratcher, TAMU 35 8. Kenney, LSU 32 9. Moss, UF 37 10. James, UGA 35 11. Simmons, UA 31 12. Bonds, UF 37 13. Walker, SC 33 14. May, MSU 30 15. Lutley, LSU 34

Avg. 6.30 5.74 5.34 5.09 4.72 4.51 4.34 4.28 3.86 3.80 3.77 3.38 3.27 3.17 3.15

ASSISTS

Asts 208 178 155 168 151 158 152 137 143 133 117 125 108 95 107

60

Blocked Shots

Player, School G Blks 1. Alwal, MSU 30 78 2. Plaisance, LS 34 85 3. George, UF 35 56 4. Walker, UK 36 56 5. Stallworth, UK 35 52 6. Clarke, VU 33 47 7. Williams, MSU 25 33 8. Perkins, UA 30 38 9. McIntyre, UF 29 36 10. Muhammad, AU 34 42 11. Watkins, AR 33 40 12. McKinney, LSU 34 39 13. Tanner, AU 34 38 14. Armstrong, UGA 34 36 15. Bellock, TAMU 35 35

Steals

67

Texas A&M

NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifier

Player, School G 1. Ballard, LSU 34 2. Walker, SC 33 3. Ouardad, AU 31 4. McFarland, OM 29 5. Barbee, UGA 35 6. Muhammad, AU 34 7. James, UGA 35 8. Simmons, UA 31 9. Berna, AR 33 10. Tanner, AU 34 11. Walker, UK 36 12. Mathies, UK 36 13. George, UF 35 14. Perkins, UA 30 15. Doty, MIZ 32

Stls 100 90 81 71 85 82 81 66 69 69 72 69 66 56 56

Avg. 2.60 2.50 1.60 1.56 1.49 1.42 1.32 1.27 1.24 1.24 1.21 1.15 1.12 1.06 1.00 Avg. 2.94 2.73 2.61 2.45 2.43 2.41 2.31 2.13 2.09 2.03 2.00 1.92 1.89 1.87 1.75

Assist-to-TO Ratio Player, School 1. Pratcher, TAMU 2. McFarland, OM 3. Berna, AR 4. Kenney, LSU 5. Massengale, UT 6. James, UGA 7. Lister, VU 8. Ouardad, AU 9. Moss, UF 10. Walker, SC 11. Simmons, UA 12. Bonds, UF 13. Doty, MIZ 14. Lutley, LSU 15. May, MSU

Asts. 152 155 208 137 158 133 168 178 143 108 117 125 151 107 95

TOs Ratio 55 2.76 63 2.46 86 2.42 67 2.04 92 1.72 86 1.55 113 1.49 124 1.44 102 1.40 89 1.21 108 1.08 124 1.01 151 1.00 120 0.89 126 0.75

Minutes played Player, School G 1. Lister, VU 33 2. Berna, AR 33 3. McFarland, OM 29 4. Bonds, UF 37 Grant, MSU 30 6. Simmons, UA 31 7. Alverson, AU 34 8. Webb, LSU 33 9. Walker, SC 33 10. Plaisance, LSU 34

MP 1205 1168 999 1258 1020 1038 1131 1093 1086 1079

Avg. 36.52 35.39 34.45 34.00 34.00 33.48 33.26 33.12 32.91 31.74

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Box Scores

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No. 10/11 Georgia 57, Rutgers 51

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11/11/12 • Athens, Ga. Rutgers (0-1)

Player Canty Lee Oliver Laney Wheeler Hollivay Copper Person Davis Evans Richardson Butts TOTALS

11/14/12 • Athens, Ga. Presbyterian (1-1)

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 5 0 0 26 5-6 0-0 1-2 4 5 11 0 0 0 15 2-9 0-0 1-3 5 2 5 2 3 1 29 3-13 1-5 0-2 7 3 7 1 0 0 33 5-14 2-7 0-0 5 3 12 1 0 2 37 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 1 0 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 2 0 0 1 5 4-5 0-0 1-4 9 2 9 0 0 2 25 2-3 1-2 0-0 1 3 5 0 0 0 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 22-54 4-14 3-11 42 22 51 9 4 7 200

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts Smith 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 Burnside 4-8 0-0 0-1 4 3 8 Pietrowski 3-7 0-0 0-0 2 1 6 Taylor 2-5 2-5 1-2 2 1 7 David 1-3 1-2 0-1 1 2 3 Carter 2-3 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 Hobbie 2-4 2-4 0-0 0 1 6 Parker 0-0 0-0 2-2 5 1 2 Frisillo 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 Allen 0-6 0-0 0-1 4 2 0 Towers-Solis 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Richard 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 Glenn 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 TOTALS 15-44 5-12 3-7 32 13 38

Georgia (1-0)

Barbee 0-5 0-3 1-4 3 2 1 3 0 0 21 Armstrong 2-5 2-4 4-4 6 2 10 4 2 2 28 Hassell 5-13 0-0 0-0 2 2 10 2 0 0 31 Miller 3-9 3-8 3-4 3 1 12 0 0 0 31 James 5-6 0-1 0-1 4 3 10 1 0 2 33 Griffin 2-5 0-2 1-2 0 0 5 2 0 2 9 Hempe 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 0 1 0 12 Willis 0-2 0-0 1-2 1 1 1 0 0 3 9 Butler 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Ford 2-2 0-0 4-6 4 4 8 0 0 0 19 Totals 19-49 5-19 14-24 29 16 57 12 3 9 200 Half: UGA 28, RU 18. TOs: RU 26 (Wheeler 6) UGA 17 (Hassell 7). Officials: Kantner, Grinter, Yarbrough. Att. - 3,696.

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No. 10/10 Georgia 70, Belmont 38

11/18/12 • Athens, Ga. Belmont (1-3) Player Ernst Coleman Visbeen Carroll Brooks Tarrence Joubran Downs Vaught Bryce TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 2-7 2-6 0-0 2 3 6 4-12 0-1 1-1 11 5 9 2-6 1-1 0-2 1 3 5 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 3-9 0-1 0-0 7 1 6 3-5 0-0 2-2 2 0 8 0-6 0-0 0-0 4 1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 1-5 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 16-56 3-11 3-5 29 16 38

Georgia (4-0)

A B S MP 2 0 0 28 3 0 0 26 0 1 0 17 1 0 0 29 2 0 0 33 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 10 0 2 0 16 8 4 0 200

Barbee 2-6 1-1 0-0 4 0 5 3 0 3 21 Hempe 0-2 0-2 4-4 6 3 4 2 0 1 21 Hassell 8-15 0-0 1-2 10 1 17 1 0 2 16 Ford 2-3 1-1 0-1 8 0 5 2 0 0 22 James 5-9 0-0 0-1 3 0 10 3 0 1 21 Miller 1-5 0-2 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 0 18 Armstrong 2-7 0-2 0-0 4 3 4 2 0 1 19 Griffin 2-9 1-5 2-2 2 1 7 1 0 1 17 Causwell 2-6 0-0 3-4 6 2 7 0 1 0 17 Willis 1-3 0-0 0-0 5 0 2 0 0 0 9 Butler 2-3 1-1 2-2 1 2 7 5 0 0 19 TOTALS 27-68 4-14 12-16 53 12 70 19 1 9 200 Half: UGA 40, BU 12.TOs: BU 14 (Tarrance 4), UGA 8 (Willis 4). Officials: Morris, Rezac, Gonzalez. Att. - 3,020.

No. 10/10 Georgia 66, Presbyterian 38 A B S MP 1 0 2 22 0 0 1 24 1 0 2 20 1 0 0 32 3 0 2 32 1 1 1 18 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 15 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 16 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 8 1 9 200

Georgia (2-0)

Merritt Hempe notched her first double-digit outing against Presbyterian.

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No. 8/9 Georgia 94, Savannah State 57

11/20/12 • Athens, Ga. Savannah State (1-2)

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Norman 3-4 1-2 2-2 1 2 9 1 0 2 21 A. Thomas 8-18 2-5 4-4 0 2 22 1 0 0 31 Hogue 0-7 0-0 6-8 3 1 6 0 1 1 26 J. Thomas 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 5 0 0 16 Kalu 3-4 2-3 2-4 4 4 10 3 0 0 34 Uba 0-6 0-2 2-3 4 3 2 0 1 2 22 Cuk 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 Williams 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 10 Kirkland 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 7 Taylor 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 0 0 0 8 Greene 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 4 0 0 0 14 Frazier 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 7 TOTALS 18-46 5-13 16-21 26 20 57 11 2 6 200

Georgia (5-0)

Barbee 2-3 2-3 0-0 4 0 6 3 0 1 23 Hempe 2-4 0-1 0-0 3 4 4 0 0 1 18 Hassell 5-7 0-0 4-4 7 1 14 1 0 0 18 Ford 3-11 0-2 0-0 4 1 6 4 0 1 21 James 8-13 0-2 2-2 3 2 18 3 0 2 22 Miller 2-7 0-3 0-0 3 2 4 2 0 3 18 Armstrong 2-5 0-1 0-0 6 2 4 0 1 4 19 Griffin 6-10 3-6 0-1 2 1 15 1 0 2 18 Causwell 3-6 0-0 1-2 5 3 7 0 0 0 11 Willis 3-4 0-0 3-5 5 1 9 2 2 2 14 Butler 2-5 0-1 3-4 1 4 7 6 0 1 18 TOTALS 38-75 5-19 13-18 44 21 94 22 3 17 200 Half: UGA 49, SSU 26. TOs: SSU 25 (Hogue 6), UGA 11 (Miller 3). Officials: Trammell, Roberts, Bradley. Att. - 2,385.

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Barbee 2-4 0-1 0-0 5 0 4 3 1 5 24 Armstrong 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 1 15 Hassell 5-9 0-0 4-5 9 3 14 0 1 3 20 Miller 3-10 0-4 1-1 2 3 7 0 0 0 20 James 2-8 0-1 2-2 2 0 6 2 0 2 20 Griffin 2-10 2-8 2-2 3 1 8 1 0 2 20 Hempe 5-8 1-3 0-2 6 1 11 2 3 3 24 Causwell 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 4 1 0 0 0 10 Willis 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 1 2 0 8 Butler 1-4 0-0 2-2 4 2 4 3 0 1 20 Ford 3-6 3-5 0-0 6 0 9 2 0 2 19 TOTALS 24-62 6-24 12-16 40 15 66 14 8 19 200 Half: UGA 35, PC 18. TOs: PC 27 (David 8), UGA 13 (Barbee 3, Butler 3, Griffin 3). Officials: N. Sisk, Hall, Forsberg. Att. - 2,358.

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No. 8/9 Georgia 84, St. Bonaventure 48

3

No. 10/10 Georgia 62, S.C. State 46

11/16/12 • Athens, Ga. S.C. State (1-1) Player Williams Cochran F. Goodwin Duren Knotts P. Goodwin Jones Fox Floyd Alston TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 1-8 0-3 0-0 2 3 2 1 0 0 26 2-3 0-1 0-0 4 4 4 1 0 1 16 4-5 1-1 0-1 6 5 9 0 1 3 19 2-6 1-4 3-4 1 3 8 4 0 3 35 5-13 2-4 1-1 3 2 13 5 0 2 38 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3-6 0-0 2-2 0 4 8 3 0 2 24 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 0 9 1-5 0-0 0-0 11 5 2 0 0 0 28 18-47 4-13 6-8 33 27 46 14 2 11 200

Georgia (3-0)

Barbee 2-4 0-2 0-2 5 1 4 1 0 2 22 Hempe 2-12 0-2 3-3 9 1 7 0 0 1 25 Hassell 3-7 0-0 3-8 6 0 9 2 0 1 22 Ford 4-8 1-3 1-2 2 0 10 0 0 4 16 James 1-4 0-1 1-2 1 0 3 6 0 0 22 Miller 1-7 0-1 0-0 6 3 2 4 0 0 18 Armstrong 3-9 2-5 6-7 5 0 14 1 1 1 19 Griffin 1-9 0-5 0-2 5 1 2 0 0 1 19 Causwell 2-4 0-0 2-3 2 3 6 0 1 0 9 Willis 1-1 0-0 0-1 2 1 2 0 0 1 10 Butler 1-3 1-2 0-0 3 0 3 1 0 2 18 TOTALS 21-68 4-21 16-30 51 10 62 15 2 13 200 Half: UGA 29, SCSU 15. TOs: SCSU 29 (Duren 7), UGA 16 (Butler 4). Technicals: SCSU (Alston, F. Goodwin), UGA (Barbee). Officials: Zentz, Smith, Gallien. Att. - 2,485.

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No. 8/9 Georgia 72, New Mexico 42

11/23/12 • Albuquerque, N.M. St. Bonaventure (3-2)

11/24/12 • Albuquerque, N.M. Georgia (7-0)

Georgia (6-0)

New Mexico (5-1)

Player McGee Walker Ortega Zahn Dixon Wilson Little Rueter Michael Healy Rombach TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 2-6 0-1 1-2 3 4 5 2-7 0-0 2-2 4 4 6 1-5 1-5 0-0 1 1 3 2-9 1-6 4-6 4 2 9 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 2-3 0-0 1-2 4 0 5 4-5 2-2 0-0 3 0 10 0-4 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 2-8 0-0 0-2 2 2 4 1-2 0-0 2-2 0 0 4 17-54 4-16 10-16 33 18 48

A B S MP 0 0 1 17 1 0 0 22 2 0 0 26 1 0 0 16 0 0 0 26 2 0 0 13 0 1 1 19 1 0 0 20 0 0 0 14 1 0 1 19 0 0 0 8 8 1 3 200

Barbee 1-4 0-2 0-0 6 0 2 5 1 2 24 Armstrong 5-5 1-1 0-0 2 1 11 2 1 1 29 Hassell 3-4 0-0 2-4 6 2 8 1 0 2 16 Griffin 5-10 4-7 0-1 3 0 14 4 0 1 24 James 3-10 1-1 5-5 3 2 12 6 0 1 25 Miller 9-15 4-9 0-0 5 2 22 1 0 5 25 Hempe 2-5 0-1 6-6 3 3 10 0 0 0 21 Causwell 1-3 0-0 1-1 4 1 3 1 3 0 9 Willis 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 Butler 1-2 0-0 0-2 2 5 2 1 0 0 18 TOTALS 30-60 10-21 14-19 35 17 84 21 5 12 200 Half: UGA 41, SBU 20. TOs: SBU 24 (Ortega 5), UGA 14 (Butler 5). Officials: Adams, Dixon, Strong. Att. - TBD.

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Griffin James Miller Hempe Causwell Willis Butler Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 2-3 0-0 1-3 6 1 5 4 0 3 25 4-8 0-1 0-0 2 0 8 4 0 1 27 7-11 0-0 1-2 3 2 15 0 0 0 25 2-10 1-5 0-0 5 1 5 0 0 1 21 7-10 0-1 3-4 3 0 17 5 0 6 24 3-10 1-5 1-2 5 2 8 0 1 1 25 3-5 0-1 2-3 9 4 8 1 0 0 20 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 2-5 0-3 0-0 0 1 4 1 0 2 15 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 0 10 31-66 2-16 8-14 41 13 72 15 2 14 200

Erskine 1-4 0-0 0-0 4 1 2 1 0 1 20 Vaughn 1-5 0-1 0-0 2 4 2 1 0 1 12 Owens 1-7 1-5 0-0 2 0 3 3 0 1 37 Halasz 5-11 0-1 4-4 4 0 14 1 0 1 27 Durbin 4-11 4-5 0-0 9 0 12 3 1 1 33 Shumpert 2-4 0-0 3-10 4 3 7 0 0 2 21 Jackson 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 Peacock 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 Mitchell 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 2 0 1 0 0 16 Johnson 1-5 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0 0 0 17 TOTALS 15-51 5-14 7-14 33 11 42 11 1 7 200 Half: UGA 40, UNM 17. TOs: UGA 11 (Butler 3), UNM 24 (Erskine 4, Shumpert 4, Vaughn 4). Officials: Parrish, Adams, Sowby. Att. - 6,509.


Box Scores

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No. 8/9 Georgia 83, Furman 47

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11/28/12 • Athens, Ga.

12/2/12 • Atlanta, Ga. Georgia (9-0)

Furman (3-2) Player Roberts Wilkins Hodges Griswold Murphy Norwood Reimer Ellis Bryan Thompson Morrissey Butler Goodwin TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 2 1 0 11 3-6 2-2 1-2 3 0 9 1 0 2 30 7-10 0-0 1-2 6 3 15 1 2 1 32 5-11 2-2 2-2 7 1 14 0 0 0 31 1-5 0-3 0-0 1 2 2 2 0 0 17 1-4 1-3 0-0 1 3 3 5 0 0 17 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 1-4 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 11 0-6 0-4 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 11 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 19-52 5-16 4-6 35 14 47 13 3 3 200

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Ford 1-2 0-0 2-5 3 2 4 1 0 0 12 Armstrong 1-6 0-0 2-2 6 1 4 2 2 2 4 Hassell 10-13 0-0 2-4 7 2 22 1 0 1 32 Miller 3-8 1-2 4-4 4 0 11 1 0 2 31 James 3-9 0-1 1-4 5 1 7 3 0 3 30 Griffin 0-1 0-1 2-2 1 0 2 0 0 0 7 Hempe 1-1 0-0 0-0 5 2 2 0 3 1 16 Barbee 2-6 1-1 0-0 8 2 5 3 0 2 30 Willis 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Butler 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 1 1 1 0 0 10 Causwell 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 0 2 0 0 1 5 TOTALS 21-49 2-5 16-25 42 11 60 12 5 12 200

Georgia Tech (3-4)

Georgia (8-0)

Barbee 1-5 0-0 0-0 3 2 2 3 0 4 19 Armstrong 5-11 1-2 1-1 7 1 12 2 0 1 24 Hassell 3-6 0-0 0-2 3 1 6 0 2 0 21 Griffin 2-6 1-2 1-2 0 0 6 2 1 0 10 James 7-10 0-0 1-5 3 1 15 4 0 1 23 Miller 7-16 3-8 0-0 6 1 17 0 1 1 30 Hempe 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 6 0 1 1 11 Causwell 1-2 0-0 0-0 4 2 2 0 0 0 9 Willis 1-3 0-0 1-2 3 2 3 0 0 3 12 Butler 0-4 0-1 0-0 4 1 0 5 1 1 19 Ford 6-10 1-2 1-2 6 0 14 2 1 1 22 TOTALS 36-77 6-15 5-14 45 11 83 18 7 13 200 Half: UGA 45, FU 28.TOs: FU 28 (Murphy 6), UGA 12 (Butler 4). Officials: Price, Morris, Marshall. Att. - 2,406.

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No. 6/7 Georgia 93, Lipscomb 42

12/16/12 • Athens, Ga. Lipscomb (1-7)

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Statsny 2-12 0-8 0-1 3 4 4 2 0 0 30 Smith 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 1 0 0 8 Banks 3-6 2-2 0-0 2 3 8 0 0 0 24 Phillips 3-10 3-7 2-2 5 1 11 3 0 2 29 Charpentier 0-0 0-0 2-2 3 1 2 1 0 1 16 Wright 3-5 0-0 0-0 1 2 6 0 0 0 17 Smith 0-3 0-2 0-0 1 1 0 1 0 1 15 Pouengue 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 12 Burnette 2-3 2-2 0-0 0 0 6 0 0 0 9 Scarbrough 0-2 0-2 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Reece 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 Robinson 0-0 0-0 1-2 3 0 1 0 0 0 14 Thornsberry 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 4 2 0 0 1 12 TOTALS 15-49 7-25 5-8 30 18 42 11 0 5 200

Georgia (11-0)

Barbee 3-5 0-0 7-8 8 0 13 4 0 2 24 Armstrong 5-6 2-2 3-4 5 0 15 4 2 2 25 Hassell 4-8 0-0 0-0 3 3 8 1 0 1 16 Miller 2-10 1-7 0-0 2 4 5 5 0 0 24 James 8-12 0-1 2-3 3 1 18 3 0 6 20 Bennett 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Griffin 8-13 2-5 0-0 6 0 18 0 0 3 23 Causwell 1-1 0-0 0-1 4 2 2 0 2 0 7 Willis 2-3 0-0 1-2 4 2 5 1 1 2 18 Butler 0-4 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 2 0 2 19 Ford 4-9 1-3 0-0 7 2 9 3 0 5 23 TOTALS 34-75 9-15 3-7 42 5 80 22 3 18 200 Half: UGA 49, LU 22. TOs: LU 33 (Charpentier 7, Phillips 7), UGA 15 (Butler 3). Officials: Day, Bonner, Winders. Att. - 2,958.

No. 8/9 Georgia 60, Georgia Tech 50

Jasmine Hassell averaged 23.0 ppg and hit 82.6 percent of her field goal attempts in her last two games vs. Georgia Tech.

Whiteside 5-8 3-5 1-1 5 1 14 2 0 2 19 Blain 0-10 0-5 0-0 2 3 0 1 1 1 20 Hamilton-Carter 4-7 0-0 0-1 6 3 8 1 0 1 33 Maye 1-9 0-4 0-0 3 3 2 8 1 1 40Marshall 4-12 0-0 2-4 10 3 10 4 1 2 33 Jackson 2-7 1-3 1-2 3 0 6 0 0 0 12 Taylor 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 McDonald 2-2 1-1 0-0 0 3 5 0 0 1 12 Wallace 0-7 0-3 3-4 1 2 3 0 1 1 18 Bivins 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 0 11 Rogers 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 TOTALS 19-63 5-21 7-12 36 19 50 16 4 9 200 Half: UGA 27, GT 14. TOs: UGA 20 (Barbee 4), GT 18 (Hamilton-Carter 5). Officials: DeMayo, Suffren, Preato. Att. - 2,312.

No. 6/7 Georgia 72, TCU 59

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12/4/12 • Athens, Ga. Mercer (4-3)

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Grant 7-16 2-6 0-0 4 0 16 0 0 0 28 Bradshaw 1-9 0-3 3-4 5 1 5 3 0 0 27 Robinson 1-2 0-0 1-2 4 3 3 0 2 1 35 Smith 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 0 0 0 14 Boykin 1-5 0-2 0-0 5 0 2 7 0 1 35 Prieto 0-2 0-2 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 Allemann 2-5 0-1 0-0 9 0 4 2 1 2 29 Bridges 3-13 2-3 0-0 3 0 8 0 0 1 27 TOTALS 15-52 4-17 4-6 40 7 38 12 3 5 200

Georgia (10-0)

Barbee 2-5 1-1 0-0 6 2 5 6 0 6 28 Armstrong 3-10 1-2 0-0 4 0 7 7 1 2 25 Hassell 5-13 0-0 2-4 4 2 12 0 0 2 18 Miller 4-7 2-4 0-0 2 0 10 2 0 2 20 James 6-12 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 1 1 2 20 Bennett 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 Griffin 2-7 1-4 0-0 4 0 5 0 0 1 22 Causwell 2-5 0-0 0-0 3 0 4 0 0 1 15 Willis 0-2 0-0 1-2 3 1 1 0 1 0 11 Butler 4-5 1-1 0-0 2 0 9 5 0 2 20 Ford 5-8 2-2 0-1 6 0 12 1 0 0 18 TOTALS 34-75 9-15 3-7 42 5 80 22 3 18 200 Half: UGA 34, MU 21.TOs: MU 28 (Boykin 7), UGA 8 (Barbee 3). Officials: Mattingly, Cunningham, Steratore. Att. - 2,311.

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Illinois 70, No. 6/7 Georgia 59

12/28/12 • Champaign, Ill. Georgia (12-1)

12/19/12 • Fort Worth, Texas Georgia (12-0)

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Miller James Griffin Hempe Willis Butler Ford TOTALS

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No. 6/7 Georgia 80, Mercer 38

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Miller James Griffin Hempe Donald Causwell Willis Butler Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 3-5 1-2 1-2 6 3 8 6 0 1 26 5-9 0-2 4-5 4 2 14 2 1 3 34 6-13 0-0 2-4 9 2 14 0 0 2 35 2-11 1-5 0-0 5 3 5 5 0 4 31 4-12 0-1 0-1 4 3 8 4 0 3 35 2-4 1-2 3-5 3 3 8 1 0 2 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 1 0 0 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5-7 3-5 0-0 2 1 13 1 0 2 15 28-62 6-17 10-17 39 17 72 20 1 17 200

TCU (5-3)

Hamilton 0-3 0-0 0-0 6 2 0 5 0 1 17 Ventress 5-10 2-4 7-8 6 1 19 1 0 2 33 Lovings 5-8 0-0 0-1 7 3 10 0 6 1 35 Cole 1-3 1-2 0-0 2 3 3 0 0 1 20 Medley 3-10 1-4 2-2 1 3 9 4 0 1 32 Williams 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 Gross 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 Breaux 4-11 2-3 4-5 1 1 14 1 0 1 22 Colbert 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 2 4 2 2 2 26 TOTALS 20-50 6-15 13-16 32 17 59 13 8 9 200 Half: UGA 38, TCU 21. TOs: UGA 13 (Griffin 3), TCU 21 (Medley 6). Officials: Kantner, Morris, Smith. Att. - 2,133.

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 3-9 1-2 1-4 5 3 8 0-9 0-5 2-4 9 3 2 4-8 0-0 5-6 2 5 13 7-14 2-6 1-1 8 5 17 6-16 0-1 5-7 2 3 17 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 1-3 0-0 0-0 5 5 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-2 3 1 0 21-61 3-15 14-24 41 27 59

Illinois (7-5)

A B S MP 2 0 4 29 3 1 1 34 1 1 2 24 0 0 2 32 2 0 2 38 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0+ 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 11 9 2 11 200

R E C A P

Moore 3-11 2-8 3-4 5 3 11 2 0 0 38 GodBold 3-10 1-5 4-5 3 5 11 1 0 3 22 Penn 11-17 0-1 5-11 19 3 27 0 2 1 39 Crawford 4-10 0-4 0-0 4 3 8 1 0 3 29 Smith 2-7 0-1 4-5 1 4 8 3 0 0 34 Tuck 1-2 1-2 0-0 4 3 3 1 1 1 26 Oden 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Magrum 0-0 0-0 2-4 0 0 2 1 0 0 10 TOTALS 24-57 4-21 18-29 42 21 70 9 3 8 200 Half: UI 36, UGA 29. TOs: UGA 26 (James 6), UI 26 (Moore 7). Officials: Napier, Grinter, Trammell. Att. - 1,589.

Erika Ford recorded 10 of her 13 points at TCU in the first half.

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Box Scores

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No. 10/11 Georgia 77, Missouri 46

1/3/13 • Athens, Ga. Missouri (11-4, 0-1)

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts Crafton 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 2 Kulas 4-11 2-4 4-4 7 4 14 Smith 3-8 0-0 0-0 3 2 6 Simmons 0-2 0-2 1-2 2 0 1 Doty 0-4 0-1 2-2 3 3 2 Saunders 2-3 0-0 0-2 1 2 4 Mo. Stock 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 Fowler 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Ma. Stock 0-4 0-4 0-0 1 0 0 Hudyn 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 Eye 5-9 3-7 0-0 4 0 13 Priede 2-6 0-2 0-0 2 0 4 TOTALS 17-52 5-22 7-10 31 12 46

A B S MP 1 0 0 18 2 0 0 29 0 0 0 27 2 0 1 24 1 0 5 25 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 10 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 29 0 0 0 16 8 0 7 200

Georgia (13-1, 1-0)

Barbee 2-8 1-4 0-1 4 2 5 2 0 2 27 Armstrong 0-3 0-0 2-2 4 1 2 4 2 1 21 Hassell 1-4 0-0 1-2 8 1 3 1 0 0 22 Miller 5-12 1-7 0-0 4 2 11 2 0 0 24 James 8-14 0-1 0-0 2 1 16 3 0 6 23 Griffin 2-6 2-4 3-4 2 1 9 0 1 3 16 Hempe 3-4 1-2 0-0 6 1 7 0 1 0 11 Donald 2-3 1-1 0-0 0 1 5 1 1 1 7 Causwell 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 Willis 0-1 0-0 0-0 7 0 0 1 1 0 10 Butler 4-6 1-2 2-2 3 1 11 2 0 1 17 Ford 3-7 0-3 2-2 3 0 8 1 0 0 18 TOTALS 30-68 7-24 10-13 46 13 77 17 6 14 200 Half: UGA 45, MU 23.TOs: MU 21 (Doty 7), UGA 11 (James 3). Officials: Zentz, Koch, Suffren. Att. - 2,852.

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No. 13/12 Georgia 42, No. 18/16 S. Carolina 40

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No. 12/13 Tennessee 79, No. 10/11 Georgia 66

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Miller James Griffin Hempe Donald Causwell Butler Ford TOTALS

Myers 5-8 4-5 0-0 0 2 14 0 0 2 32 Perkins 3-10 0-0 0-0 3 4 6 0 2 1 28 Horn 7-12 2-2 1-2 6 4 17 0 0 2 30 Robinson 5-9 1-2 3-5 2 2 14 2 0 0 29 Simmons 8-16 1-1 2-3 6 2 19 8 0 0 36 Steele 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Farmer 0-2 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 Merritt 3-4 1-1 2-2 2 1 9 1 0 2 14 Hegstetter 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 Hutchen 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 0 0 0 4 Jack 1-5 0-3 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 1 14 TOTALS 33-69 9-14 8-14 31 17 83 11 2 8 200 Half: UGA 42, UA 37. TOs: UGA 21 (James 8), UA 17 (Simmons 8). Officials: Steratore, Hust, Spurlock. Att. - 1,010.

Tiaria Griffin exploded for a career-high 20 points at Alabama.

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No. 13/12 Georgia 57, Arkansas 53

Arkansas (13-5, 1-4)

Barbee 0-1 0-0 1-3 7 3 1 2 0 1 25 Armstrong 0-7 0-2 0-0 0 3 0 4 0 2 32 Hassell 8-13 0-0 3-4 4 2 19 0 0 0 30 Miller 3-7 1-2 1-1 3 1 8 3 0 0 35 James 3-8 0-0 2-4 5 0 8 2 0 5 37 Griffin 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 2 13 Hempe 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 1 7 Donald 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 8 Causwell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 Butler 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Ford 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 7 TOTALS 17-46 1-9 7-12 28 14 42 11 1 11 200 Half: UGA 25, SC 25. TOs: SC 24 (Walker 5, Welch 5), UGA 21 (James 7). Officials: Mattingly, Hall, McConnell. Att. - 3,579.

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 3-6 1-2 0-0 2 2 7 1 0 1 21 4-6 0-0 6-10 6 2 14 2 0 7 31 7-9 0-0 7-8 7 4 21 0 0 0 28 6-13 1-7 0-0 6 1 13 1 1 1 34 7-13 0-0 1-2 6 4 15 4 0 1 35 8-13 3-5 1-1 5 3 20 2 0 0 26 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 2 0 1 0 10 0-1 0-0 3-3 6 0 3 0 0 1 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 36-64 5-14 18-24 42 18 95 10 2 11 200

Alabama (10-6, 0-3)

Spani 4-11 1-4 2-2 7 1 11 1 1 0 38 Graves 8-11 0-1 7-7 8 1 23 2 0 0 36 Harrison 3-7 0-0 1-1 6 3 7 1 2 2 16 Simmons 6-12 4-5 0-0 2 2 16 5 0 1 34 Massengale 4-11 1-4 2-2 7 1 11 1 1 0 38 Phillips 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Jones 5-8 0-0 2-2 7 0 12 4 1 0 23 Williams 1-3 0-0 0-2 2 2 2 3 0 0 20 Moore 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 TOTALS 30-61 7-16 12-14 46 12 79 22 4 3 200 Half: UGA 42, UT 40.TOs: UGA 6 (Hassell 3), UT 15 (Graves 5). Officials: Blauch, Dickerson, Morris. Att. - 12,319.

Georgia (15-2, 3-1)

A B S MP 1 0 3 35 1 0 1 37 1 0 1 33 2 0 1 36 3 0 6 39 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 12 8 0 13 200

Player Ford Barbee Hassell Miller James Griffin Donald Willis Butler TOTALS

Tennessee (11-3, 2-0)

1/17/13 • Fayetteville, Ark. Georgia (16-2, 4-1)

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 0-5 0-2 2-2 4 4 2 2-6 0-0 0-0 8 1 4 8-10 0-0 3-5 5 2 19 3-10 0-2 0-1 10 1 6 2-11 0-5 3-8 7 2 7 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 16-47 0-11 8-16 37 12 40

1/10/13 • Tuscaloosa, Ala. Georgia (14-2, 2-1)

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 1-3 0-1 2-2 1 1 4 5 0 3 22 3-9 1-2 0-0 2 3 7 1 1 1 23 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 4 4 1 0 0 29 5-8 4-7 0-0 2 1 14 0 0 1 20 6-16 0-0 6-6 4 2 18 4 0 4 36 3-14 2-10 2-3 5 0 10 0 0 0 16 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 2 0 2 0 10 1-3 0-2 0-0 1 3 2 1 1 0 17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 2-7 1-4 0-2 4 2 5 4 0 0 22 24-66 8-26 10-13 29 18 66 16 4 9 200

1/13/13 • Athens, Ga. South Carolina (14-3, 2-2)

Player White Bruner Welch Mitchell Walker Sessions Montout Dozier Ibiam TOTALS

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1/6/13 • Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia (13-2, 1-1)

No. 13/12 Georgia 95, Alabama 83

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Miller James Griffin Donald Willis Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 5-10 2-3 3-4 11 2 15 2 0 2 38 3-6 0-1 0-0 4 1 6 0 0 0 15 4-7 0-0 4-6 3 4 12 0 1 0 33 1-9 0-4 2-2 2 1 4 4 0 2 31 4-13 0-0 5-9 1 2 13 2 0 3 40 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 2-4 0-0 1-2 5 1 5 3 0 0 24 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 3 2 0 0 0 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 20-54 2-10 15-23 34 15 57 12 2 7 200

Peak 4-8 0-2 0-1 5 2 8 2 0 1 19 Bowen 1-3 0-0 1-3 1 2 3 0 0 0 9 Williams 2-6 0-1 0-0 8 0 4 1 1 2 37 Gatling 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 Berna 2-8 1-6 0-0 4 3 5 4 0 2 39 Watkins 6-10 0-1 2-2 5 5 14 1 4 0 26 Wilson 4-11 3-5 1-1 4 2 12 4 0 0 35 Robinson 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 Bailey 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Wolff 2-3 0-1 3-5 4 3 7 1 1 2 22 TOTALS 21-51 4-16 7-12 35 17 53 15 6 8 200 Half: UA 30, UGA 19. TOs: UGA 10 (Armstrong 3), UA 18 (Peak 4). Officials: Roberts, Gulbeyan, Fountain. Att. - 1,357.

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No. 20/20 Texas A&M 64, No. 13/12 Georgia 46

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No. 14/14 Georgia 69, Florida 52

1/20/13 • Athens, Ga. Texas A&M (14-5, 4-1)

Florida (13-8, 2-5)

Georgia (16-3, 4-2)

Georgia (17-3, 5-2)

Player Williams Bellock Bone Walker Pratcher Little Mitchell Jones Gilbert TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 4-7 2-2 0-0 1 1 10 1 0 1 31 3-7 0-0 3-4 9 3 9 0 1 2 37 5-8 0-0 0-1 8 4 10 2 0 0 25 6-10 0-0 0-2 5 3 12 1 1 4 37 4-7 1-3 0-0 3 1 9 6 0 1 25 2-5 1-3 1-2 0 3 6 0 0 0 13 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2-3 1-2 0-0 2 0 5 4 0 0 15 0-4 0-0 2-4 6 4 2 1 2 0 16 26-51 5-10 7-15 35 19 64 15 4 8 200

Barbee 3-6 0-0 1-2 8 1 7 0 0 2 28 Armstrong 2-7 0-0 0-0 5 2 4 1 0 1 20 Hassell 4-14 0-0 1-2 2 1 9 3 1 0 25 Griffin 1-5 0-0 2-4 1 0 4 0 0 1 17 James 1-9 0-1 1-2 0 0 3 1 0 0 25 Miller 2-6 1-3 2-2 2 3 7 1 0 0 23 Hempe 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 Donald 1-2 0-1 4-4 3 2 6 0 0 0 17 Willis 0-1 0-0 1-2 2 0 1 1 0 0 13 Butler 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 15 Ford 2-3 0-0 1-2 8 3 5 0 0 0 15 TOTALS 16-55 1-6 13-20 35 16 46 7 1 4 200 Half: TAMU 39, UGA 16. TOs: TAMU 11 (Bone 6), UGA 13 (James 6). Officials: Grinter, Johnson, Baker. Att. - 4,303.

Player Miller Lewis George Needles Bonds Mercer Svete McIntyre Moss TOTALS

1/27/13 • Athens, Ga.

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 3-8 2-3 0-0 3 4 8 0 0 0 17 4-10 0-0 0-1 10 3 8 0 1 2 28 4-7 0-0 0-4 3 2 8 0 2 0 22 1-8 1-8 2-2 1 1 5 4 0 3 24 3-10 0-0 0-0 5 0 6 2 0 1 33 2-3 0-0 1-3 7 1 5 0 2 1 18 1-5 0-4 0-0 4 1 2 2 0 1 19 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 2 1 1 0 11 3-11 0-1 2-4 3 2 8 2 2 2 28 22-64 3-16 5-14 40 16 52 11 8 10 200

Barbee 1-6 1-3 4-9 11 2 7 3 0 1 27 Donald 3-5 0-0 5-6 4 2 11 2 0 0 16 Hassell 5-9 0-0 3-3 1 3 13 0 1 0 22 Griffin a5-9 2-5 0-0 2 1 12 0 0 1 27 James 2-6 0-0 0-0 4 2 4 7 0 2 28 Miller 1-3 0-2 2-2 3 0 4 2 0 1 14 Amrstrong 3-6 0-1 1-1 9 1 7 2 0 1 19 Hempe 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 4 3 1 0 0 16 Causwell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Willis 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 1 1 6 Butler 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 1 0 0 11 Ford 3-10 0-3 0-0 1 0 6 0 0 0 13 TOTALS 25-58 4-15 15-21 44 17 69 18 2 7 200 Half: UGA 39, UF 20. TOs: UF 17 (Bonds 3, McIntyre 3), UGA 16 (Butler 3, James 3). Officials: Napier, Morris, Roberts. Att. - 4,022.


Box Scores No. 13/14 Georgia 65, Alabama 59

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1/31/13 • Athens, Ga. Alabama (12-9, 2-6)

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Myers 3-14 3-14 3-3 2 3 12 0 0 0 32 Perkins 2-6 1-2 1-2 9 5 6 4 0 2 32 Horn 4-7 0-1 2-2 10 3 10 2 0 2 37 Robinson 4-9 2-4 0-0 5 2 10 3 0 4 25 Simmons 3-12 1-6 3-4 4 1 10 1 1 1 -40 Merritt 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 Hegstetter 2-4 0-0 2-2 5 1 6 1 0 1 23 Jack 2-5 1-4 0-0 0 0 5 0 0 0 8 TOTALS 20-57 8-31 11-13 41 15 59 12 1 10 200

Georgia (18-3, 6-2)

Barbee 2-8 1-2 0-0 4 2 5 3 0 1 25 Hempe 4-7 0-1 1-1 3 1 9 0 0 1 16 Hassell 4-7 0-0 2-4 8 4 10 1 0 1 25 Griffin 3-10 2-6 0-0 8 1 8 0 0 1 26 James 2-8 0-2 4-6 3 4 8 4 0 2 30 Miller 3-7 2-5 3-3 0 1 11 1 0 4 19 Armstrong 3-12 0-1 2-2 7 3 8 3 2 2 26 Willis 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 Butler 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 2 0 0 10 Ford 2-7 0-1 2-2 2 0 6 2 0 0 17 TOTALS 23-67 5-18 14-18 43 17 65 16 3 12 200 Half: UGA 32, UA 25. TOs: UA 23 (Simmons 6), UGA 18 (Hassell 5). Officials: Yarbrough, Cross, Forsberg. Att. - 3,039.

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No. 13/14 Georgia 75, No. 8/7 Kentucky 71

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2/3/13 • Lexington, Ky. Georgia (19-3, 7-2)

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Miller James Griffin Hempe Donald Willis Ford TOTALS

No. 9/10 Georgia 61, Auburn 58

2/7/13 • Athens, Ga. Auburn (13-10, 2-8)

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 1-1 0-0 1-2 5 2 3 1 0 2 25 5-10 0-3 2-2 4 4 12 1 2 0 33 2-8 0-0 0-0 8 3 4 0 0 1 28 7-12 5-9 6-7 2 2 25 2 0 0 34 4-9 0-0 4-6 4 4 12 6 0 2 30 2-3 1-1 2-2 1 2 7 0 0 0 12 1-4 0-2 0-0 4 2 2 1 0 0 10 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 1 2 1 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4-11 0-1 0-0 4 3 8 0 0 1 20 27-59 6-16 15-19 40 23 75 12 2 6 200

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Alverson 6-10 3-5 1-2 7 1 16 5 1 1 39 Ta. Tanner 2-7 0-0 1-2 6 4 5 4 0 1 32 Davis 5-7 0-0 0-1 5 3 10 0 1 0 25 Muhammad 9-13 1-1 1-4 7 3 20 0 3 0 32 Ouardad 0-5 0-3 0-2 5 2 0 3 0 1 31 Clay 1-3 1-2 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 0 10 King 0-3 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 2 0 0 12 Tr. Tanner 2-2 0-0 0-4 6 2 4 1 0 1 19 TOTALS 25-50 5-11 3-15 41 17 58 15 5 4 200

Georgia (20-3, 8-2)

Barbee 4-11 1-2 5-6 8 4 14 1 0 2 31 Armstrong 1-11 1-4 2-2 6 1 5 5 0 1 26 Hassell 5-10 0-0 5-6 10 2 15 1 0 2 34 Miller 4-13 2-8 0-0 4 3 10 2 9 2 36 James 4-12 0-0 5-6 3 2 13 2 0 5 40 Griffin 0-3 0-3 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 Hempe 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 2 0 0 0 11 Donald 0-1 0-1 2-2 1 0 2 0 0 1 9 Ford 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 TOTALS 19-64 4-18 19-22 39 15 61 11 0 13 200 Half: UGA 34, AU 22. TOs: AU 22 (Muhammad 5), UGA 11 (James 3). Officials: Zentz, Johnson, McConnell. Att. - 2,971.

KENTUCKY (19-3, 7-2)

Mathies 5-15 1-5 7-8 5 4 18 4 2 1 38 Stallworth 4-13 2-4 0-0 4 2 10 3 3 5 34 Walker 5-11 0-0 2-6 11 1 12 0 0 2 33 Goss 2-5 0-3 1-1 2 4 5 1 0 1 33 O’Neill 5-13 4-9 4-4 2 4 18 3 0 3 34 Thompson 0-2 0-0 1-2 2 0 1 0 0 0 5 Pinkett 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 Drake 3-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 6 0 0 1 9 Evans 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 7 Bishop 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 TOTALS 24-62 7-21 16-23 33 20 71 11 5 14 200 Half: UK 40, UGA 30.TOs: UGA 26 (Armstrong 4, Donald 4, Ford 4, Hassell 4), UK 21 (O’Neill 8). Officials: Dickerson, Hall, Larance. Att. - 7,016.

Krista Donald scored 11 points in her first SEC career start against Florida.

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LSU 62, No. 9/10 Georgia 54

2/10/13 • Baton Rouge, La. Georgia (20-4, 8-3) Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Miller James Griffin Hempe Donald Willis Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 2-10 1-4 0-0 7 5 5 2 0 4 33 3-11 0-1 2-2 7 5 8 0 4 3 28 8-13 0-0 2-2 12 3 18 0 1 1 33 0-3 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 14 4-14 0-0 0-1 6 3 8 8 1 0 40 3-12 2-6 2-3 3 0 10 1 1 1 26 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 3 1 0 0 0 7 1-3 0-1 0-0 3 2 2 0 0 0 10 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0-5 0-3 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 22-73 3-17 7-10 45 21 54 11 7 9 200

LSU (14-10, 5-6)

Webb 4-11 2-5 2-2 5 1 12 1 0 2 39 Plaisance 5-11 0-1 3-4 9 2 13 2 3 1 33 McKinney 2-5 0-0 2-4 8 0 6 0 0 0 24 Ballard 2-17 0-1 2-2 15 2 6 2 0 2 36 Kenney 2-8 1-4 6-8 4 3 11 5 0 0 24 Youngblood 3-4 0-0 1-1 4 3 7 0 0 0 15 Lutley 3-6 0-2 1-2 2 0 7 1 0 1 14 Pedersen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Boykin 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1 0 0 11 TOTALS 21-62 3-13 17-23 53 12 62 12 3 6 200 Half: LSU 31, UGA 25.TOs: UGA 8 (James 3), LSU 13 (Kenney 3, Lutley 3). Officials: Roberts, Morris, Spurlock. Att. - 5,576.

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No. 13/12 Georgia 62, Florida 57

2/17/13 • Gainesville, Fla. Georgia (21-4, 9-3)

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Griffin James Miller Hempe Donald Butler Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 1-4 0-1 0-0 2 1 2 2-2 1-1 0-0 5 1 5 6-11 0-0 4-7 16 4 16 1-3 1-2 2-2 3 2 5 4-15 0-1 4-7 2 2 12 3-9 3-7 0-1 2 1 9 1-2 0-0 2-4 3 2 4 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-10 0-0 1-2 3 2 7 22-60 5-12 13-23 44 17 62

Florida (15-11, 4-8)

A B S MP 0 0 2 19 3 1 2 31 0 0 1 33 1 0 1 11 2 0 2 37 1 0 0 28 0 1 1 7 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 22 7 2 10 200

Svete 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 1 23 Mercer 6-10 0-0 0-0 8 4 12 0 1 1 25 George 7-12 0-0 3-5 7 4 17 1 1 2 29 Moss 3-12 0-0 0-0 5 2 6 3 0 1 27 Bonds 5-13 0-1 4-5 3 2 14 1 0 1 36 Miller 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 2 1 0 0 0 14 Needles 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 2 3 0 0 1 24 Lewis 1-5 0-0 2-2 8 1 4 0 0 0 16 McIntyre 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 TOTALS 23-59 1-5 10-14 40 19 57 5 2 8 200 Half: UGA 30, UF 28.TOs: UGA 17 (James 6), UF 18 (Bonds 7). Officials: Mattingly, Kantner, Hall. Att. - 2,232.

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No. 13/12 Georgia 62, Arkansas 34

2/21/13 • Athens, Ga. Arkansas (17-9, 5-8)

Player Peak Williams Bowen Wilson Berna Watkins Gatling Bailey Wolff TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 2-6 0-1 0-0 2 2 4 1-5 0-2 0-0 5 0 2 2-7 0-0 2-2 4 2 6 3-7 0-2 2-3 2 1 8 0-6 0-4 0-0 3 2 0 1-4 0-0 0-0 3 2 2 3-11 2-5 0-1 2 2 8 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 2-5 0-1 0-0 1 1 4 14-53 2-16 4-6 31 13 34

Georgia (22-4, 10-3)

A B S MP 0 1 2 21 0 0 0 18 0 0 1 21 3 1 0 35 3 1 4 32 0 0 1 13 2 1 0 29 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 18 8 4 8 200

Barbee 2-3 0-1 0-0 3 1 4 6 0 2 22 Armstrong 3-6 1-2 2-4 5 0 9 3 1 3 25 Hassell 6-8 0-0 2-2 3 1 14 0 1 1 15 Griffin 0-4 0-2 0-0 3 2 0 0 0 2 18 James 6-9 0-1 0-1 4 0 12 5 1 3 29 Miller 2-4 2-4 2-2 3 0 8 1 0 1 21 Hempe 2-5 0-0 1-2 4 2 5 1 4 0 21 Donald 1-6 0-1 0-0 7 0 2 0 0 0 11 Causwell 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 0 1 0 3 Willis 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 Butler 1-4 0-0 2-2 2 3 4 1 0 1 11 Ford 3-13 0-0 2-2 7 1 8 0 0 0 20 TOTALS 26-65 3-11 11-15 50 11 66 17 8 13 200 Half: UGA 30, UA 16. TOs: UA 23 (Bowen 5, Watkins 5), UGA 17 (Armstrong 3, Donald 3). Officials: Trammell, Price, Inouye. Att. - 3,180.

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No. 13/12 Georgia 73, Ole Miss 54

2/24/13 • Oxford, Miss. Georgia (23-4, 11-3) Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Griffin James Miller Hempe Donald Willis Butler Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 6-7 1-2 0-0 6 2 13 1 0 4 29 2-4 0-0 0-1 3 2 4 2 0 0 21 10-15 0-0 3-4 10 3 23 0 0 0 26 4-8 2-3 2-2 2 1 12 2 0 0 21 4-11 0-2 1-1 6 1 9 8 0 3 33 0-6 0-5 0-0 2 1 0 2 0 0 17 1-5 0-0 0-2 1 1 2 0 0 1 11 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 3 0 0 16 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 6 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 2-3 0-0 2-2 4 0 6 0 0 0 13 31-62 3-13 8-12 43 13 73 18 0 8 200

Ole Miss (9-18, 2-12)

Moore 4-17 1-8 0-0 5 1 9 3 0 0 34 McCray 0-6 0-2 0-0 4 1 0 0 0 0 20 Mabra 1-4 0-0 3-4 6 2 5 0 0 0 22 Frizzell 3-8 3-8 0-0 0 2 9 1 0 0 23 McFarland 3-12 1-4 2-2 7 0 9 9 0 3 38 Jenkins 3-8 0-0 0-2 4 2 6 2 0 1 18 McFerrin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Singletary 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 Faleru 3-5 2-2 0-0 2 2 8 1 0 0 17 Jackson 4-8 0-0 0-0 3 1 8 0 0 0 17 TOTALS 21-70 7-26 5-8 38 11 54 16 0 4 200 Half: UGA 33, OM 20.TOs: UGA 12 (Hassell 3, James 3), OM 11 (McFarland 3). Officials: Morris, Cunningham, Creech. Att. - 801.

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Mississippi State 50, No. 11/11 Georgia 38

2/28/13 • Starkville, Miss. Georgia (23-5, 11-4)

Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Griffin James Miller Hempe Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 2-8 1-4 4-6 5 3 9 2-11 0-4 6-6 10 3 10 2-6 0-0 2-5 12 3 6 1-12 0-8 2-2 3 1 4 2-8 0-1 0-3 6 3 4 1-8 1-5 0-0 0 2 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 0 2 10-55 2-22 16-24 42 17 38

A B S MP 0 0 4 27 1 2 1 35 0 1 1 37 0 0 1 20 3 0 3 40 0 0 1 20 0 0 1 8 0 0 1 13 4 3 13 200

Mississippi State (13-15, 5-10)

Grant 2-7 1-2 8-10 8 4 13 2 1 0 29 C. Williams 2-2 0-0 1-1 4 3 5 1 0 1 31 Alwal 5-11 0-0 2-2 14 1 12 1 4 0 38 Gaynor 4-13 3-11 0-0 3 2 11 1 0 4 40 James 2-10 2-5 2-2 3 4 8 3 0 1 30 S. Williams 0-1 0-0 1-2 2 1 1 0 2 0 11 May 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 4 0 0 0 1 10 Foster 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 0 11 TOTALS 15-48 6-18 14-17 42 19 50 9 7 7 200 Half: MSU 24, UGA 22.TOs: UGA 16 (James 5), MSU 18 (Alwal 3, Grant 3, May 3, C. Williams 3, S. Williams 3). Officials: Roberts, Johnson, Pethel. Att. - 1,350.

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No. 14/13 Georgia 70, Montana 50

3/23/13 • Spokane, Wash. Montana (24-8) Player Smith Sullivan Baker De Boer Hill Feller Cole Doran Hurley Selvig Rickman TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 1-1 1-1 1-2 7 0 4 2 0 1 22 3-6 1-1 1-2 5 3 8 0 0 0 20 3-9 0-0 1-2 5 1 7 0 0 0 22 2-9 0-1 0-0 3 3 4 0 1 1 22 4-12 3-8 0-0 1 1 11 3 0 1 30 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0-5 0-3 1-2 1 2 1 2 0 3 21 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 1 3 0 0 0 4 1-4 0-0 2-2 3 0 4 0 0 0 15 0-3 0-0 4-6 6 1 4 2 2 0 18 2-7 0-1 0-0 4 0 4 2 1 1 20 17-58 6-17 10-16 43 12 50 11 4 7 200

Georgia (26-6)

Barbee 6-9 1-2 0-0 7 3 13 2 0 2 25 Armstrong 2-5 1-1 2-2 6 1 7 2 4 0 27 Hassell 6-11 0-0 4-6 4 1 16 0 2 1 26 Griffin 1-7 1-5 1-2 3 3 4 3 0 2 26 James 4-11 1-3 2-2 4 3 11 4 0 1 31 Miller 0-3 0-3 0-0 1 1 0 2 0 0 12 Bennett 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 Hempe 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 Donald 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 0 2 0 13 Willis 2-2 0-0 0-0 4 0 4 0 0 1 9 Butler 1-3 0-2 0-0 0 2 2 1 0 0 9 Ford 4-6 0-0 0-0 2 1 8 1 0 0 16 TOTALS 28-61 5-17 9-12 37 17 70 15 8 7 200 Half: UGA 32, UM 25. TOs: UM 20 (Hill 6), UGA 11 (Barbee 4). Officials: Dickerson, Krommenhoek, Woods. Att. - 5,674.

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No. 11/11 Georgia 55, Vanderbilt 50

3/3/13 • Athens, Ga. Vanderbilt (19-10, 9-7)

Player Brown Bowe Clarke Smith Lister Foggie Jenkins Batey Shaw Long TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP 1-4 0-2 0-0 5 3 2 1 1 2 26 3-5 0-0 0-0 6 1 6 2 0 1 31 5-14 0-0 3-4 9 4 13 2 2 0 29 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 6-14 1-5 4-4 2 0 17 3 0 1 39 0-2 0-2 0-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 2 0 0 19 4-7 0-0 1-2 9 1 9 2 0 2 28 0-3 0-0 1-2 1 3 1 0 2 0 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 20-50 1-9 9-13 39 16 50 12 5 6 200

Georgia (24-5, 12-4)

Barbee 2-6 0-3 5-7 5 2 9 1 0 4 29 Armstrong 1-6 0-2 0-1 3 0 2 3 0 1 24 Hassell 6-13 0-0 4-6 6 3 16 0 0 2 31 Griffin 3-8 2-5 0-0 2 2 8 1 0 0 17 James 3-9 0-0 4-6 1 2 10 5 0 1 40 Miller 1-4 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 2 23 Hempe 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 3 2 1 0 0 9 Donald 0-1 0-0 0-0 6 3 0 1 0 1 16 Ford 2-3 0-0 2-2 1 2 6 0 0 0 11 TOTALS 19-53 2-11 15-22 33 17 55 13 0 11 200 Half: UGA 27, VU 18. TOs: VU 21 (Lister 4), UGA 14 (Donald 4). Officials: Yarbrough, Morris, Fessler. Att. - 4,526.

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No. 14/13 Georgia 65, No. 23/23 Iowa State 60

3/25/13 • Spokane, Wash. Iowa State (24-9)

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Christofferson 4-12 2-6 2-3 5 2 12 1 0 1 30 Poppens 3-9 2-3 6-7 17 4 14 4 0 0 35 Prins 10-17 2-6 1-2 7 2 23 3 1 0 35 Williamson 3-11 2-6 0-0 8 3 8 7 0 0 40 Moody 0-6 0-6 0-0 1 2 0 0 1 2 38 Blaskowsky 1-4 1-4 0-0 0 0 3 1 0 0 19 Ellis 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 TOTALS 21-59 9-31 9-12 44 13 60 16 2 3 200

Georgia (27-6)

Barbee 7-14 3-7 3-4 5 1 20 2 0 2 32 Armstrong 5-13 3-8 0-0 5 4 13 2 1 1 28 Hassell 3-12 0-0 1-2 4 4 7 0 1 0 35 Griffin 2-6 2-5 2-2 3 0 8 3 0 0 23 James 3-11 2-5 1-2 8 1 9 5 0 1 36 Miller 0-3 0-3 0-0 1 0 0 3 0 1 19 Hempe 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 Donald 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 1 3 0 0 0 8 Willis 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 5 Butler 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 1 4 Ford 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 6 TOTALS 23-63 12-30 7-10 35 12 65 17 2 6 200 Half: UGA 32, ISU 32.TOs: ISU 12 (Moody 5), UGA 5 (Barbee 2). Officials: Yarbrough, Dickerson, Ortega. Att. - 4,976.

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No. 12/12 Georgia 71, No. 22/NR LSU 53

LSU (20-11)

3/8/13 • Duluth, Ga.

Player FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts A B S MP Lutley 3-11 2-7 0-0 6 2 8 4 0 0 32 Plaisance 4-14 1-3 4-5 7 1 13 1 2 0 39 McKinney 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 7 Webb 6-15 4-8 0-0 6 2 16 2 0 1 36 Ballard 4-15 0-3 2-2 7 2 10 0 1 1 31 Youngblood 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 0 11 Pedersen 1-3 0-1 0-0 0 1 2 1 0 0 18 Kenney 2-10 0-4 0-0 2 3 4 5 0 0 26 TOTALS 20-69 7-26 6-7 36 14 53 13 3 2 200

Georgia (25-5)

Barbee 3-6 0-2 5-5 10 0 11 4 0 0 31 Armstrong 5-11 0-1 2-4 6 1 12 4 1 2 32 Hassell 9-12 0-0 1-2 8 3 19 0 1 0 24 Griffin 5-11 5-9 0-1 5 1 15 3 0 0 27 James 4-9 1-3 1-1 4 2 10 4 0 1 38 Miller 1-6 0-2 0-0 3 0 2 1 0 0 18 Hempe 1-5 0-0 0-0 1 4 2 1 2 0 13 Donald 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 3 0 0 4 Causwell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Willis 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 0 0 0 6 Butler 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 Ford 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 TOTALS 28-62 6-18 9-13 46 14 71 20 4 3 200 Half: UGA 40, LSU 30. TOs: LSU 10 (Lutley 3, Webb 3), UGA 12 (Armstrong 2, Barbee 2, Griffin 2, Hempe 2). Officials: Napier, Gulbeyan, Larance. Att. - 5,215.

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No. 14/13 Georgia 61, No. 4/4 Stanford 59

3/30/13 • Spokane, Wash. Georgia (28-6) Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Griffin James Miller Hempe Donald Willis Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 3-12 0-5 3-8 12 2 9 2-6 1-3 0-0 10 1 5 5-6 0-0 3-4 3 3 13 5-12 2-6 1-2 4 0 13 5-15 2-3 4-6 3 0 16 1-4 1-2 0-0 0 1 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-5 0-2 0-0 4 1 2 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 22-63 6-21 11-20 42 8 61

Stanford (33-3)

A B S MP 2 0 0 35 0 0 1 31 0 0 1 30 0 0 0 29 5 0 3 40 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 3 8 0 5 200

Ruef 2-9 0-0 2-4 7 2 6 1 0 0 33 Tinkle 2-9 1-4 0-0 6 3 5 1 0 0 28 Ogwumike 12-15 0-0 2-2 12 1 26 2 1 2 40 James 1-7 1-5 0-0 8 4 3 2 0 0 39 Orrange 7-24 3-8 0-0 8 2 17 1 0 1 40 Greenfield 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Payne 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Picknell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 Samuelson 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 1 2 1 0 0 14 TOTALS 25-66 5-18 4-6 46 15 59 8 1 3 200 Half: SU 34, UGA 27. TOs: UGA 7 (Hassell 2, James 2) SU 10 (Four players 2). Officials: Price, McConnell, Ortega. Att. - 6,146.

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No. 7/7 Kentucky 60, No. 12/12 Georgia 38

3/9/13 • Duluth, Ga. Georgia (25-6) Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Griffin James Miller Hempe Donald Willis Butler Ford TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 0-1 0-0 1-2 6 2 1 1-13 0-6 0-0 7 2 2 6-10 0-0 5-6 9 1 17 1-10 0-6 0-0 5 2 2 4-14 0-2 1-3 6 2 9 1-6 1-4 0-0 2 2 3 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 0 0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 0 2 0-5 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 14-63 1-18 9-14 48 14 38

A B S MP 0 0 0 23 1 0 2 31 0 1 1 34 0 0 0 24 1 0 1 38 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 15 2 1 4 200

Kentucky (27-4)

Mathies 5-11 1-2 0-1 3 1 11 2 0 2 29 Stallworth 9-16 0-0 0-0 5 1 18 2 4 1 31 Walker 1-3 0-0 0-0 4 1 2 2 0 1 27 Evans 2-4 2-3 0-0 2 2 6 1 0 2 26 O’Neill 3-8 2-3 1-2 3 3 9 4 0 1 30 Thompson 1-3 1-2 1-2 1 0 4 0 0 1 9 Pinkett 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 Sidney 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Goss 1-4 0-1 5-5 4 1 7 1 0 1 21 Drake 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Henderson 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Bishop 1-5 0-1 1-2 6 4 3 0 2 1 15 TOTALS 23-56 6-13 8-12 38 15 60 12 6 10 200 Half: UGA 24, UK 19. TOs: UGA 18 (Armstrong 4, James 4), UK 13 (O’Neill 4). Officials: Trammell, Roberts, Inoyue. Att. - 6,630.

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No. 6/6 California 65, No. 14/13 Georgia 62

4/1/13 • Spokane, Wash. • OT Georgia (27-8) Player Barbee Armstrong Hassell Griffin James Miller Donald Willis Forda TOTALS

FGs 3FGs FTs Rb Pf Pts 4-10 0-3 6-9 10 2 14 5-7 2-2 0-0 6 1 12 3-10 0-0 1-2 5 4 7 2-13 1-8 2-2 2 3 7 4-14 0-2 3-5 7 5 11 3-6 1-2 0-0 4 1 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 23-63 4-17 12-18 41 19 62

California (32-3)

A B S MP 0 0 3 41 2 2 0 31 0 0 1 34 1 0 1 34 5 0 1 38 0 0 0 18 1 0 1 14 0 1 0 11 0 0 0 4 9 3 7 200

Jererigbe 6-15 2-9 0-2 8 1 14 1 2 1 40Brandon 0-7 0-0 0-0 6 1 0 0 0 0 24 Caldwell 5-10 0-0 0-2 8 2 10 0 2 0 36 Clarendon 9-18 3-7 4-6 4 1 25 1 0 0 45 Boyd 2-10 0-3 4-6 8 3 8 5 0 1 35 Pierre 0-3 0-2 0-0 4 2 0 0 0 1 16 Gray 2-7 0-0 4-8 11 2 8 0 1 2 29 TOTALS 24-70 5-21 12-24 54 12 65 7 5 5 200 Half: UGA 26, CAL 21; Regulation: UGA 52, CAL 52. TOs: UGA 11 (James 3, Miller 3), CAL 5 (Caldwell 2, Jererigbe 2). Officials: Pantoja, Inouye, Bacon. Att. - 5,863.


History Divider

In this section...

Georgia Basketball Timeline.......................................106-107 Individual Records..............................................................108 Team Records/Opponent Records.....................................109 Stegeman Coliseum Records............................................ 110 Individual Game, Season, Career Top-10s..................111-115 Class-by-Class Individual Top-5s........................................ 116 Single-Game Team Top-10s................................................ 117 Opponent Single-Game Top-5s.......................................... 118 Team Season Top-10s, Scoring Margins, OT games.......................................... 119 1,000-point scorers..................................................... 120-122 Year-by-Year Results, All-time head coaches....................123 Season-by-Season Results......................................... 124-141 Records vs. All Opponents & Conferences................142-143 Series Results vs. All Opponents............................... 144-154 Annual Statistical Leaders......................................... 155-157 Season-by-Season Team Statistics............................ 158-159 SEC & NCAA Statistical Leaders.......................................160 Rankings In SEC & NCAA Records....................................161 Results vs. Ranked Opponents..........................................162 Week-by-Week In The Polls......................................... 163-165 Holiday Tournament Results...................................... 166-167 SEC Tournament Results............................................ 168-169 NCAA Tournament Results......................................... 170-171 Televised Games......................................................... 173-173 Championship Teams..................................................174-179 All-Time Letterwinners.......................................................180 All-Time Jersey Numbers..................................................181 All-Time Letterwinners Stats..................................... 182-185 National Award Winners............................................ 186-187 SEC Award Winners.................................................... 188-189 Freshman Award Winners...........................................190-191 Weekly Award Winners.......................................................192 Academic Award Winners..................................................193 Miscellaneous Award Winners & Hall of Fame Honorees........................................194-198 All-Time Team......................................................................199 WNBA & Overseas Professional Players.................. 200-203 USA Basketball........................................................... 204-205 UGA Athletics..................................................................... 206 Endowed Scholarships...................................................... 207

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Georgia Basketball Timeline Georgia’s Milestone Wins

No. 1

Jan. 17, 1974

UGA 43, DeKalb 42

No. 50 Jan. 28, 1980 UGA 83, Piedmont 66

No. 100 Feb. 25, 1982 UGA 66, Auburn 65

No. 150 Feb. 15, 1984 UGA 84, Auburn 68

No. 200 Jan. 9, 1986

UGA 97, Ga. Southern 47

No. 250 Dec. 19, 1987 UGA 59, VCU 51

No. 300 Jan. 6, 1990 UGA 70, Florida 58

No. 350 Jan. 11, 1992 UGA 83, Kentucky 65

No. 400 Nov. 27, 1994 UGA 95, MTSU 71

No. 450 March 15, 1996 UGA 98, St. Francis 66

No. 500 Dec. 1, 1998 UGA 97, Manhattan 63

No. 550 Feb. 24, 2000 UGA 72, Alabama 37

No. 600 Feb. 21, 2002 UGA 73, Alabama 62

No. 650 Nov. 26, 2004 UGA 77, Idaho 55

No. 700 Nov. 29, 2006 UGA 95, Memphis 46

No. 750 Dec. 1, 2008 UGA 77, ETSU 57

No. 800 Jan. 13, 2011 UGA 59, Arkansas 56

No. 850 Jan. 31, 2013 UGA 65, Alabama 59

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 thenGeorgia 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-yearold Andy Landers as the Lady Bulldogs’ first fulltime 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. 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 WNIT.  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 AP Top 20 poll for the first time in history at No. 12. Other than a two-week hiatus at the end of the 198182 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 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 3-5, 1984 – Georgia captures the SEC Tourney title by defeating three nationally-ranked teams in consecutive days, downing No. 18 Auburn, No. 9 LSU and No. 12 Alabama en route to the crown. May 24, 1984 – Teresa Edwards earns a spot on the U.S. Olympic team, becoming the youngest member of the squad for the L.A. Games.

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On The Map Quickly

In only his fourth season in Athens, Andy Landers guided the Lady Bulldogs to the 1983 NCAA Final Four in Norfolk, Va., the first of what is now five trips to the pinnacle of women’s hoops.

January 6, 1985 – In a clash between two of the nation’s premier programs, Georgia defeats the sixthranked Southern Cal Women of Troy, 77-56, in front of 7,544 fans at the Georgia Coliseum. March 21 & 23, 1985 – The Lady Bulldogs top No. 18 UCLA (and Jackie Joyner), 78-42, at Pauley Pavilion and then down No. 3 Long Beach State, 97-82, two days later to advance to the Final Four. March 31, 1985 – Georgia reaches to the NCAA title game 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 U.S. 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, 70-66, before what was then a Georgia Coliseum-record crowd of 9,011 to clinch the SEC title. November 17, 1992 – La’Keshia Frett, the nation’s top prospect, becomes the fourth prep All-American to commit to UGA. The next spring, Kedra Holland, a fifth, also inks with the Lady Bulldogs. March 6 & 8, 1993 – The Lady Bulldogs play two No. 1 teams in a span of three days at the SEC Tourney. Georgia defeats Tennessee, 73-72, in Saturday’s quarterfinals and then faces Vanderbilt, the nation’s new No. 1, two days later in the final. March 3, 1994 – La’Keshia Frett is named the SEC Freshman of the Year. March 25, 1995 – Kedra Holland explodes to score 11 of her 15 points in the last 3:15 of the Midwest Regional Championship game to lead Georgia to an 82-79 win over No. 2 Colorado. November 9, 1996 – Sports Illustrated tabs the Lady Bulldogs as its pre-season No. 1 team. January 29, 1996 – Spurred by five straight wins over ranked foes (including No. 3 Connecticut and No. 4 Tennessee), Georgia climbs to No. 1 in both polls. March 24, 1996 – Andy Landers and Saudia Roundtree are tabbed the Boost/Naismith National Coach and Player of the Year. March 25, 1996 – The Lady Bulldogs 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 – A Kedra Holland-Corn layup with 5.5 seconds left gives the Lady Bulldogs a 66-64 win over Florida and clinches UGA’s second straight SEC Championship. 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. 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.


Georgia Basketball Timeline 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 – 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 – Sherill Baker and Tasha Humphrey are named among the dozen finalists for the State A Sweet National Sweep Farm/Wade Trophy. A day after securing Naismith National Coach and Player of they Year honors, Andy Landers and Saudia Roundtree February 2, 2006 – With Andy Landers in attendance, Deanna “Tweety” Nolan leads the Detroit Shock also celebrated cutting down the nets at the 1996 Midwest to an 80-75 win over Sacramento in the decisive Regional in Nacogdoches, Texas. 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. December 3, 2006 – Georgia defeats Georgia Tech, 7969, 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. March 17, 2008 – Tasha Humphrey is named first-team All-SEC by the AP and in the process becomes only the third four-time consensus first-team All-SEC performer in league history. February 28, 2009 – Andy 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. January 7, 2010 – Ashley Houts and Jasmine James score the game’s final five points to lead Georgia in a 61-60 overtime victory against Kentucky, improving the Lady Bulldogs to a best-ever 15-0.

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 (Charlotte), No. 6 (Detroit) and No. 9 (Washington) picks in the WNBA draft, marking the first time a school has supplied three first-rounders.

Landers’

Milestone UGA Wins No. 1

Nov. 10, 1979

UGA 88, Piedmont 69

No. 50 Dec. 18, 1981

UGA 80, Memphis St. 68

No. 100 Dec. 29, 1983

UGA 93, Miami (Ohio) 36

No. 150 March 29, 1985 UGA 81, Western Ky. 78

No. 200 Feb. 15, 1987 UGA 89, Vanderbilt 72

No. 250 Feb. 22, 1989 UGA 86, Howard 49

No. 300 Feb. 23, 1991 UGA 70, Auburn 66

A Poet Induction

Teresa Edwards’ heartfelt “farewell to my one true love” speech at the United States Olympic Hall of Fame induction ceremonies drew a standing ovation.

March 22, 2011 – Jasmine James’ stickback with 2.9 seconds left lifts Georgia over No. 15 Florida State and secures a 19th trip to the “Sweet 16.” August 12, 2011 – Teresa Edwards becomes the first Lady Bulldog enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. September 7, 2012 – Katrina McClain is inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame in ceremonies in Springfield, Mass., becoming the Lady Bulldogs’ second inductee in as many years. November 12, 2012 – Georgia defeats Savannah State, 94-57, to give Andy Landers his 800th victory with the Lady Bulldogs. Landers becomes just the eighth NCAA Division I basketball coach to record 800 wins at a single school, joining women’s coaches Pat Summitt and Geno Auriemma and men’s mentors Jim Boehim, Dean Smith, Adolph Rupp, Mike Krzyzewski and Jim Phelan. February 24, 2013 – Jasmine Hassell’s double-double leads UGA to a 73-54 win at Ole Miss, Andy Landers’ 900th career victory as a collegiate head coach. March 30, 2013 – Jasmine James’ 16 points, including a pair of free throws with 23.5 seconds left, helps lift the Lady Bulldogs to a 61-59 upset of No. 4 Stanford in the “Sweet 16” of the NCAA Tournament.

No. 350 Dec. 15, 1993 UGA 67, Georgia Tech 52

No. 400 Jan. 8, 1996 UGA 77, Tennessee 71

No. 450 Dec. 29, 1997 UGA 94, Fairfield 68

No. 500 Dec. 29, 1999 UGA 78, East Tenn. 51

No. 550 Dec. 2, 2001 UGA 54, California 54

No. 600 Feb. 1, 2004 UGA 71, Alabama 68

No. 650 Feb. 2, 2006 UGA 91, Kentucky 57

No. 700 Jan. 24, 2008 UGA 82, Florida 55

No. 750 March 22, 2010 UGA 74, Oklahoma St. 71

No. 800 Nov. 12, 2012

UGA 94, Savannah St. 57

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Individual Records Points

Game: 45 Coco Miller vs. Charleston So. (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)

Field Goals Made

Game: 18 Coco Miller vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97); 18 Janet Harris vs. East Carolina (1/21/83) Season: 310 Katrina McClain (32 games) (1986-87) Career: 1,127 Janet Harris (131 games) (1981-85)

Field Goals Attempted

Game: 30 Janet Harris vs. Valdosta St. (11/27/81); 30 Tina Price vs. Florida (1/4/78) Season: 618 Coco Miller (34 games) (1998-99) Career: 2,029 Janet Harris (131 games) (1981-85)

Field Goal Percentage

Game (Min. 10): 1.000 Kara Braxton (11x11) vs. Furman (12/17/03); 1.000 Traci Waites (10-10) vs. Ga. Southern (12/11/85); 1.000 Wanda Holloway (10-10), vs LSU (03/04/84) Season: .695 Katrina McClain (137x197) (1983-84) Career: .620 Katrina McClain (873x1407) (1983-87) Game: Season: Career: Game: Season: Career:

3-Pointers Goals Made

7 Coco Miller vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97); 7 Kim Berry vs. South Alabama (2/25/91); 7 Kim Berry vs. Georgia St. (1/24/90) 85 Cori Chambers (34 games) (2006-07) 282 Cori Chambers (135 games) (2003-07)

3-Pointers Goals Attempted 14 Alexis Kendrick vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) 228 Cori Chambers (34 games) (2006-07) 742 Cori Chambers (135 games) (2003-07)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Game (Min. 5): .875 Coco Miller (7x8) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) Season (Min. 30): .515 Kim Berry (35x68) (1987-88) Career (Min. 100): .428 Kim Berry (189x442) (1987-91)

Game: Season: Career:

Free Throws Made

16 Kelly Miller vs. Auburn (1/17/99) 176 Katrina McClain (32 games) (1986-87) 522 Tasha Humphrey (126 games) (2004-08)

Consecutive Free Throws Made

Game: Season: Career:

“Triple Doubles”

Teresa Edwards

vs. Alabama (3/1/86)

24 pts., 10 rebs. & 10 asts.

36 Kelly Miller (12/30/00-2/1/01)

Free Throws Attempted

Game: Season: Career:

Free Throw Percentage

Season: Career:

21 Katrina McClain vs. South Alabama (11/29/86) 240 Katrina McClain (32 games) (1986-87) 666 Tasha Humphrey (126 games) (2004-08)

Game (Min. 10): 1.000 10 players 11 times: J. Hardrick (10x10) vs. Rutgers (11/12/06); S. Baker (10x10) vs. Tennessee (3/4/06); T. Humphrey (10x10) vs. Memphis (12/29/05); J. Hardrick (10x10) vs. Tennessee (1/31/05); A. Kendrick (10x10) vs. Rutgers (3/24/03); K. Miller (10x10) vs. Florida (1/11/01); S. Roundtree (10x10) vs. Auburn (1/12/96); D. Carter (10x10) vs. Florida (1/22/92); A. Shuler (11x11) vs. Tennessee (1/28/91); C. Lowe (11x11) vs. Charlotte (1/14/91); K. McClain (11x11) vs. Kentucky (2/23/86) Season: .942 Pam Irwin (49x52) (1996-97) Career: .852 Pam Irwin-Osbolt (173x203) (1996-99)

Game:

Tracy Henderson

14 pts., 13 rebs. & 10 blks. vs. Louisville (3/19/95)

Blocked Shots

10 Tracy Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95) 103 Tawana McDonald (33 games) (2000-01) 297 Tawana McDonald (124 games (1998-02)

Blocked Shots Per Game

3.1 Tawana McDonald (103 in 33 games) (2000-01) 2.4 Katrina McClain (290 in 125 games) (1983-87)

Steals

Season: Career:

10 A. Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06); S. Baker vs. Miss. St. (1/19/06); K. Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/96); A. Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89) 149 Sherill Baker (32 games) (2005-06) 426 Sherill Baker (131 games) (2002-06)

Season: Career:

4.7 Sherill Baker (32 games) (2005-06) 3.3 Sherill Baker (426 in 131 games) (2002-06)

Steals Per Game

Rebounds

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)

Rebounds Per Game

Season: Career:

12.4 Janet Harris (371, 30 games) (1981-82) 10.7 Janet Harris (1,398, 131 games) (1981-85)

Game: Season: Career:

14 Lady Hardmon vs. Georgia St. (1/6/92); 14 Adrienne Shuler vs. Florida St. (1/31/91) 226 Saudia Roundtree (33 games) (1994-95) 653 Teresa Edwards (128 games) (1982-86)

Season: Career:

6.9 Saudia Roundtree (226, 33 games) (1994-95) 6.4 Saudia Roundtree (421, 66 games) (1994-96)

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Tracy Henderson


Team Records Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season:

Points

125 vs. South Alabama (64) (2/25/91) 2,988 1980-81 (37 games)

Field Goals Made

52 vs. Valdosta St. (12/4/86) 1,234 1980-81 (37 games)

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. TCU (11/11/11); 13 vs. Florida (1/29/97); 13 vs. Georgia St. (1/24/90) 228 2005-06 (32 games)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Game: Season:

34 vs. Tennessee (2/21/11); 34 vs. TCU (12/22/10); 34 vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) 626 2007-08 (33 games)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Game: Season: Game: Season: Game: Season:

.778 vs. Kentucky (7x9) (3/5/09) .416 1990-91 (92x221)

Free Throws Made

40 vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) 545 1998-99 (34 games)

Free Throws Attempted 53 vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) 782 1990-91 (32 games)

Free Throw Percentage

Game (Min. 20): .955 vs. Mississippi State (21x22) (2/1/09) .955 vs. Illinois (21x22) (3/15/86) Season: .781 2005-06 (442x566)

Rebounds

Game: Season:

72 vs. Rider (12/29/92); 72 vs. Appalachian State (12/31/82) 1,717 1980-81 (37 games)

Assists

Game: Season:

35 vs. Louisville (3/17/84) 678 1985-86 (32 games)

Game: Season:

16 vs. Mercer (2/4/87); 16 vs. Kentucky (2/1/81) 188 2001-02 (30 games)

Blocked Shots

Season Average records Points: Rebounds: Assists: Blocks: Steals: Game: Season:

89.2 1985-86 (2855, 32 games) 46.4 1993-94 (1300, 28 games) 21.2 1985-86 (678 in 32 games) 6.3 2001-02 (188, 30 games) 12.8 1990-91 (408, 32 games) Steals

34 vs. Georgia Southern (11/28/95) 443 1980-81 (37 games)

Opponent Single-Game records Points

Individual: 43 LaToya Thomas, Mississippi State (1/13/02) Team: 113 Mercer (2/13/80)

Field Goals Made

Individual: 17 Sharon Tucker, Oral Roberts (11/22/80) Team: 51 Mercer (2/13/80)

Field Goals Attempted

Individual: 35 LeAnn Harrell, Valdosta State (2/18/80) Team: 95 Valdosta State (2/18/80)

Field Goal Percentage

Individual: .842 Valerie Still, Kentucky (16x19) (2/6/82) Team: .678 Arizona State (40x59) (3/12/82)

3-Point Field Goals Made

Individual: Team:

9 Wendi Willits (Arkansas) (2/21/99) 13 Chattanooga (11/19/10) 13 Georgia Southern (11/21/06); 13 Santa Clara (11/18/05); 13 Eastern Kentucky (1/22/90)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Individual: Team:

17 Cornelia Gayden, LSU (2/20/93) 35 Tulane (3/20/10)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Individual: 1.000 Courtney Newton, S. Carolina (5x5) 1/27/11) Team: .857 Auburn (6x7) (2/28/89)

Individual: Team: Individual: Team:

Free Throws Made

18 Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) 34 Tennessee (3/5/94)

Free Throws Attempted 21 Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) 51 South Carolina (1/16/93)

Free Throw Percentage

Individual (Min. 10): 1.000 Phylesha Whaley, Oklahoma (13x13) (12/11/97) Team (Min. 15): .950 Tennessee (19x20) (1/12/06)

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)

Assists

Blocked Shots

Steals

Individual: : 10 Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84) Team: 23 Ohio State (2/6/94))

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Stegeman Coliseum Records Points

Georgia: 43 Katrina McClain vs. 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: Georgia: Opponent: Georgia: Opponent:

Field Goals Made

17 Katrina McClain vs. Charlotte (2/10/87) 16 Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82)

Field Goals Attempted 30 Tina Price vs. Florida (1/4/78) 31 Eva Lemeh, Vanderbilt (2/16/81)

3-Point Field Goals Made 7 Kim Berry vs. South Alabama (2/25/91) 9 Wendi Willits, Arkansas (2/21/99)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Georgia: Opponent:

13 Cori Chambers vs. Middle Tennessee (12/7/06) 15 Alexis Rack, Mississippi St. (2/1/09) 15 Doneeka Hodges, LSU (1/25/04)

Georgia: Opponent:

16 Kelly Miller vs. Auburn (1/17/99) 15 Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80)

Georgia: Opponent:

Points

Georgia: 124 vs. Mercer (2/11/81) Opponent: 97 by Connecticut (1/20/97) Georgia: Opponent:

Field Goals Made

52 vs. Valdosta St. (12/4/86) 38 by Clemson (11/28/79)

Field Goals Attempted

Georgia: 101 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) Opponent: 83 by Florida (12/15/79)

Field Goal Percentage

Georgia: .675 vs. Valdosta St. (12/4/86) Opponent: .617 by Texas (11/26/84)

3-Point Field Goals Made

Georgia: 13 vs. TCU (11/11/11); 13 vs. Florida (1/29/97) Opponent: 13 by Santa Clara (11/19/05); 13 by Eastern Ky. (1/22/90)

Free Throws Made

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Georgia: 32 vs. Florida (1/18/04) Opponent: 31 by Alabama (1/31/13)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Georgia: .667 vs. Auburn (1/17/99); .667 vs. Loyola (12/1/90) Opponent: .857 by Auburn (2/28/89)

Free Throws Made

Georgia: 40 vs. Mississippi St. (2/17/90) Opponent: 26 5 times: Oklahoma (12/13/99): Alabama (2/28/93); Arkansas (1/13/93); Northeast Louisiana (11/28/90); Vanderbilt (2/15/87) Georgia: Opponent:

Free Throws Attempted 53 vs. Mississippi St. (2/17/90) 43 by Vanderbilt (2/15/87)

Free Throw Percentage

Georgia: .955 vs. Mississippi St. (2/1/09) .955 vs. Illinois (3/15/86) Opponent: .938 by Vanderbilt (2/10/85)

Rebounds

Free Throws Attempted

Georgia: Opponent:

68 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) 63 by Tennessee (1/8/96)

Rebounds

Georgia: Opponent:

35 vs. Louisville (3/17/84) 24 by Clemson (11/28/79)

Georgia: Opponent:

13 vs. Georgia St. (11/27/01); 13 vs. Maine (11/18/01); 13 vs. Louisville (3/19/95) 12 by Virginia (12/4/96)

Georgia: Opponent:

34 vs. Georgia Southern (11/28/95) 23 by Ohio St. (11/30/91)

18 Kelly Miller vs. Auburn (1/17/99) 18 Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80)

Georgia: Opponent:

24 Katrina McClain vs. Western Kentucky (2/10/86) 23 Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee (3/16/85)

Georgia: Opponent:

14 Adrienne Shuler vs. Florida St. (1/31/91) 12 Lori Gross, Vanderbilt (1/14/84)

Georgia: Opponent:

10 Tracy Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95) 10 Marita Payne, Auburn (1/16/05)

Georgia: Opponent:

10 Ashley Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06) 10 Sherill Baker vs. Mississippi St. (119/06); 10 Kedra Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/96); 10 Adrienne Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89) 10 Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84)

Assists

Blocked Shots

Steals

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Blocked Shots

Steals


Individual Top-10 Leaders Total Points

Career Games Played

GP Player (Career Starts) Seasons 135 Cori Chambers (106) 2003-07 134 Jasmine Hassell (95) 2009-13 134 Wanda Holloway (101) 1980-84 133 Anne Marie Armstrong (78) 2009-13 133 Ashley Houts (130) 2006-10 133 Janese Hardrick (47) 2003-07 132 Megan Darrah (94) 2004-08 132 Alexis Kendrick (132) 2002-06 132 Lisa O’Connor (126) 1982-86 131 Sherill Baker (122) 2002-06 131 Kelly Miller (131) 1997-01 131 Janet Harris (128) 1981-85

GS Player (Games Played) Seasons 132 Alexis Kendrick (132) 2002-06 131 Kelly Miller (131) 1997-01 130 Ashley Houts (133) 2006-10 128 Janet Harris (131) 1981-85 126 Lisa O’Connor (132) 1982-86 125 Teresa Edwards (128) 1982-86 123 Jasmine James (126) 2009-12 122 Tasha Humphrey (126) 2004-08 122 Sherill Baker (131) 2002-06 121 Coco Miller (130) 1997-01

Career Games Started

Season Minutes Played

Avg. Player (Games Played/Minutes) Seasons 37.7 Ashley Houts (32/1207) 2008-09 36.8 Ashley Houts (33/1215) 2007-08 36.7 Sherill Baker (32/1174) 2005-06 36.1 Janet Harris (34/1226) 1982-83 35.9 Jasmine James (34/1222) 2009-11 35.9 Jasmine James (33/1185) 2010-11 35.7 Kelly Miller (28/999) 1997-98 35.5 Ashley Houts (34/1201) 2009-10 35.1 Janet Harris (34/1195) 1984-85 34.6 Katrina McClain (32/1106) 1986-87 34.5 Khaalidah Miller (31/1071) 2011-12

Single-Game

No. Player, Opponent 45 C. Miller vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) 43 K. McClain vs. Charlotte (2/10/87) 41 J. Harris vs. Clemson (12/15/82) 41 T. Price vs. Florida (1/4/78) 40 T. Edwards vs. Tennessee (1/29/86) 39 K. McClain vs. Vanderbilt (2/15/87) 39 K. McClain vs. Kentucky (2/23/86) 39 J. Harris vs. Florida (1/12/85) 39 J. Harris vs. Valdosta St. (11/27/81) 38 T. Humphrey vs. Santa Clara (1/18/05) 38 J. Harris vs. ECU (1/21/83) 37 S. Roundtree vs. La. Tech (3/25/96) 37 T. Edwards vs. Tennessee (3/20/86) 37 J. Harris vs. South Carolina (1/30/82) 37 D. Mitchell vs. Mercer (1/5/81) 37 B. Fuller vs. W. Carolina (2/16/76)

Season

No. Player (Games Played) Season 796 Katrina McClain (32) 1986-87 700 Janet Harris (34) 1984-85 692 Janet Harris (34) 1982-83 663 Janet Harris (30) 1981-82 661 Katrina McClain (32) 1985-86 630 Teresa Edwards (32) 1985-86 628 Tasha Humphrey (34) 2004-05 628 Kelly Miller (34) 1998-99 626 Coco Miller (34) 1998-99 624 Tasha Humphrey (32) 2005-06

Career

No. Player (Games Played) Seasons 2641 Janet Harris (131) 1981-85 2272 Tasha Humphrey (126) 2004-08 2195 Katrina McClain (125) 1983-87 2177 Kelly Miller (131) 1997-01 2131 Coco Miller (130) 1997-01 1989 Teresa Edwards (128) 1982-86 1850 La’Keshia Frett (122) 1993-97 1833 Wanda Holloway (134) 1980-84 1764 Tracy Henderson (122) 1993-97 1665 Sherill Baker (131) 2002-06

Points Per Game Season

Avg. Player (Points/Games) Season 24.9 Katrina McClain (796/32) 1986-87 24.1 Tina Price (531/22) 1977-78 22.1 Janet Harris (663/30) 1981-82 22.1 Tina Price (465/21) 1976-77 21.3 Katrina McClain (661/32) 1985-86 20.6 Bernadette Locke (556/27) 1979-80 20.6 Janet Harris (700/34) 1984-85 20.4 Janet Harris (692/34) 1982-83 20.1 Tasha Humphrey (624/32) 2005-06 19.7 Teresa Edwards (630/32) 1985-86

Career

Avg. Player (Points/Games) Seasons 20.2 Janet Harris (2,641/131) 1981-85 18.3 Tina Price (1466/80) 1974-78 18.0 Tasha Humphrey (2272/126) 2004-07 17.6 Katrina McClain (2195/125) 1983-87 16.6 Kelly Miller (2177/131) 1997-01 16.4 Coco Miller (2131/130) 1997-01 15.7 Saudia Roundtree (1038/66) 1994-96 15.5 Teresa Edwards (1989/128) 1982-86 15.2 La’Keshia Frett (1850/122) 1993-97 14.5 Tracy Henderson (1764/122) 1993-97

Rebounds Single-Game

No. Player, Opponent 24 K. McClain vs. W. Kentucky (2/10/86) 23 J. Harris vs. S. Carolina (1/30/82) 23 W. Holloway vs. Vanderbilt (2/16/81) 22 K. McClain vs. Valdosta St. (12/4/86) 22 W. Holloway vs. Mercer (2/11/81) 20 J. Harris vs. Clemson (2/28/83) 20 J. Harris vs. Clemson (12/15/82) 20 W. Holloway vs. Pittsburgh (3/26/81) 19 P. Phillips vs. Southern Cal (11/23/10) 19 J. Harris vs. Mercer (2/11/81) 18 P. Phillips vs. Arkansas (2/3/11) 18 A. Robinson vs. Florida St. (12/29/07) 18 T. Walker vs. S.C. State (2/23/94) 18 T. Jenkins vs. Ga. Tech (11/29/89) 18 J. Harris vs. Cincinnati (1/2/85) 18 J. Harris vs. Tennessee St. (11/23/84)

No. Player (Games Played) Season 397 Janet Harris (34) 1982-83 392 Wanda Holloway (37) 1980-81 391 Katrina McClain (32) 1986-87 371 Janet Harris (30) 1981-82 365 Porsha Phillips (34) 2010-11 351 Janet Harris (34) 1984-85 314 Katrina McClain (32) 1985-86 313 Deborah Mitchell (34) 1980-81 304 Cynthia Collins (35) 1980-81 300 Tasha Humphrey (33) 2007-08 298 Angel Robinson (32) 2008-09

Season

Career

No. Player (Games Played) Seasons 1398 Janet Harris (131) 1981-85 1193 Katrina McClain (125) 1983-87 1163 Wanda Holloway (134) 1980-84 1080 Tasha Humphrey (126) 2004-08 982 Angel Robinson (128) 2006-10 914 Tammye Jenkins (115) 1987-91 906 Christi Thomas (124) 2000-04 885 Tawana McDonald (124) 1998-02 861 Cynthia Collins (122) 1979-83 842 La’Keshia Frett (122) 1993-97

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Individual Top-10 Leaders FGs Made

FG Attempts

Single-Game

Single-Game

No. Player (FGs Attempted), Opponent 18 C. Miller (26) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) 18 J. Harris (21) vs. ECU (1/21/83) 17 K. McClain (24) vs. Charlotte (2/10/87) 17 T. Price (30) vs. Florida (1/4/78) 16 T. Humphrey vs. Santa Clara (11/18/06) 16 J. Harris (20) vs. Florida (1/12/85) 16 J. Harris (24) vs. Clemson (12/15/82) 16 J. Harris (30) vs. Valdosta St. (11/27/81) 15 11 times, most recent by C. Miller (21) vs. C. Michigan (12/18/97)

Coco Miller

No. Player (FGs Made), Opponent 30 J. Harris (16) vs. Valdosta St. (11/27/81) 30 T. Price (17) vs. Florida (1/4/78) 28 T. Humphrey vs. Santa Clara (11/18/06) 28 T. Price (15) vs. N. Georgia (11/30/77) 28 T. Price (11) vs. Alabany St. (11/15/77) 27 B. Locke (11) vs. Auburn (2/16/80) 26 C. Miller (18) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) 25 K. McClain (15) vs. Vanderbilt (2/15/87) 25 T. Edwards (15) vs. LSU (3/3/86) 25 J. Harris (15) vs. Berry (12/1/82) 25 B. Locke (13) vs. Miami (Ohio) (1/19/80) Season 25 B. Locke (7) vs. Miss. St. (12/19/79) No. Player (FGs Attempted) Year 25 B. Locke (12) vs. Florida (1/2/80) 310 Katrina McClain (552) 1986-87 Season 299 Janet Harris (537) 1982-83 298 Janet Harris (503) 1984-85 No. Player (FGs Made) Year 1998-99 295 Coco Miller (618) 1998-99 618 Coco Miller (295) 1999-00 281 Janet Harris (527) 1981-82 609 Coco Miller (264) 1996-97 274 Teresa Edwards (491) 1985-86 603 Kedra Holland-Corn (264) 1998-99 273 Kelly Miller (600) 1998-99 600 Kelly Miller (273) 1999-00 264 Kedra Holland-Corn (603) 1996-97 578 Kelly Miller (247) 1979-80 264 Coco Miller (609) 1999-2000 555 Bernadette Locke (236) 1986-87 262 Katrina McClain (396) 1985-86 552 Katrina McClain (310) 548 Coco Miller (238) 2001-01 Career 537 Janet Harris (299) 1982-83 No. Player (FGs Attempted) Years 527 Janet Harris (281) 1981-82 1127 Janet Harris (2029) 1981-85 Career 873 Katrina McClain (1407) 1983-87 873 Teresa Edwards (1685) 1982-86 No. Player (FGs Made) Years 1981-85 864 Coco Miller (1890) 1997-01 2029 Janet Harris (1127) 1997-01 825 Tasha Humphrey (1635) 2004-08 1890 Coco Miller (864) 1997-01 781 Kelly Miller (1725) 1997-01 1725 Kelly Miller (781) 1982-86 757 Tracy Henderson (1380) 1993-97 1685 Teresa Edwards (873) 2004-08 757 Wanda Holloway (1413) 1980-84 1635 Tasha Humphrey (825) 2002-06 743 La’Keshia Frett (1514) 1993-97 1520 Sherill Baker (676) 1993-97 676 Sherill Baker (1520) 2002-06 1514 La’Keshia Frett (743) 1432 Jasmine James (524) 2009-13 1413 Wanda Holloway (757) 1980-84 1407 Katrina McClain (873) 1983-87

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FG Percentage Single-Game

Pct. Player (FG-FGA), Opponent 1.000 K. Braxton (11-11) vs. Furman (12/17/03) 1.000 T. Waites (10-10) vs. Ga. Southern (12/11/85) 1.000 W. Holloway (10-10) vs LSU (03/04/84) .929 T. Humphrey (13-14) vs. Loyola Marymount (11/26/05) .923 C, Lowe (12-13) vs. Maryland (12/18/90) .917 K. McClain (11-12) vs S. F. Austin (01/12/84) .909 S. Warren (10-11) vs. Villanova (12/28/86) .846 T. Henderson (11-13) vs. Toledo (12/20/96) .846 K. McClain (11-13) vs. C. Michigan (11/22/85) .833 7 Times (all 10-12): C. Thomas (10-12) vs. Chattanooga (11/22/02); D. Nolan, vs. Ohio State (12/19/99); K. Miller vs. Oral Roberts (11/22/98); C. Lowe vs. Furman (02/24/93); T. Jenkins vs. Florida State (01/03/88); K. McClain (10-12) vs. W. Kentucky (03/29/85); J. Harris vs Bowling Green (11/26/83)

Season (Min. 150 FGAs)

Pct. Player (FG-FGA) Season .695 Katrina McClain (137-197) 1983-84 .662 Katrina McClain (262-369) 1985-86 .626 Katrina McClain (164-262) 1984-85 .616 Stacey Ford (159-258) 1989-90 .592 Janet Harris (298-503) 1984-85 .592 Sherelle Warren (187-316) 1987-88 .586 Wanda Holloway (229-391) 1980-81 .580 Sherelle Warren (109-188) 1986-87 .579 Tracy Henderson (208-359) 1995-96 .564 Sherelle Warren (127-225) 1988-89

Career

Pct. Player (FG-FGA) Seasons .620 Katrina McClain (873-1407) 1983-87 .569 Sherelle Warren (482-847) 1986-90 .555 Janet Harris (1127-2029) 1981-85 .549 Tracy Henderson (757-1380) 1993-96 .544 Stacey Ford (519-955) 1987-91 .536 Wanda Holloway (757-1413) 1980-84 .529 Jasmine Hassell (557-1052) 2009-13 .527 Christi Thomas (605-1148) 2000-04 .526 Angel Robinson (459-873) 2006-10 .526 Kara Braxton (440-836) 2001-04


Individual Top-10 Leaders 3FGs Made Single-Game

No. Player (3FGs Attempted), Opponent 7 C. Miller (8) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) 7 K. Berry 3 Times – (11) vs. S. Alabama (2/25/91); (11) vs. Georgia St. (1/24/90); (12) vs. Miss. St. (2/18/89) 6 17 times: Kh. Miller vs. Auburn (2/24/11); A. Houts vs. Alabama (2/14/10); J. James vs. Chattanooga (11/19/09; C. Chambers 5 Times: (12) vs. Miss. St. (1/11/07), vs. Brown (12/30/06), vs. N.C. A&T (11/15/06), vs. Vanderbilt (3/3/06), and vs. UT-Martin (12/30/05); M. Darrah (8) vs. Ole Miss (1/5/06); M.B. Lycett (8) vs. S. Carolina (2/13/03); A. Kendrick (12) vs. Houston (12/20/02); K. Miller (8) vs. Iowa St. (3/22/99); K. Holland-Corn (10) vs. La. Tech (12/27/96); R. Powell (10) vs. Manhattan (12/30/94); M. Lowe (8) vs. Auburn (2/7/93); K. Berry 2 Times: (12) vs. Miss. St. (2/18/89) and vs. S. Carolina (2/3/88)

Season

3FG Attempts Single-Game

No. Player (3FGs Made), Opponent 14 A. Kendrick (4) vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) 13 A.M. Armstrong (3) vs. TCU 12/22/10) 13 C. Chambers (6) vs. Middle Tennessee (12/7/06) 13 C. Chambers (5) vs. Miami (1/15/06) 13 C. Chambers (5) vs. Baylor (11/13/05) 12 Kh. Miller (5) vs. Marist (3/18/12) 12 Kh. Miller (4) vs. Arkansas (1/1/12) 12 C. Chambers (6) vs. Miss. St. (1/11/07) 12 A. Kendrick (1) vs. Arkansas (2/8/04) 12 A. Kendrick (6) vs. Houston (12/20/02) 12 P. Irwin (5) vs. Ole Miss (2/26/98) 12 K. Holland-Corn (5) vs. Clemson (11/26/96) 12 K. Berry (4) vs. Arkansas (3/18/90) 12 K. Berry (7) vs. Georgia St. (1/24/90) 12 K. Berry (7) vs. Miss. St. (2/18/89)

No. Player (3FGs Attempted) Season 85 Cori Chambers (228) 2006-07 78 Cori Chambers (184) 2005-06 77 Kedra Holland-Corn (204) 1996-97 75 Kedra Holland (208) 1994-95 73 Cori Chambers (191) 2004-05 72 Khaalidah Miller (203) 2011-12 69 Kim Berry (163) 1988-89 63 Kedra Holland (155) 1995-96 55 Mary Beth Lycett (150) 2002-03 54 A. Puleo 2007-08 & K. Miller 1998-99 Career No. Player (3FGs Attempted) Seasons 282 Cori Chambers (742) 2003-07 253 Kedra Holland-Corn (675) 1993-97 189 Kim Berry (442) 1987-91 187 Kelly Miller (463) 1997-01 174 Rachel Powell (440) 1993-97 169 Khallidah Miller (524) 2010-13 163 Megan Darrah (465) 2004-08 149 Janese Hardrick (409) 2003-07 145 Ashley Houts (133) 2006-10 144 Alexis Kendrick (466) 2002-06

Season

No. Player (3FGs Made) Season 228 Cori Chambers (85) 2006-07 208 Kedra Holland-Corn (75) 1994-95 204 Kedra Holland-Corn (77) 1996-97 203 Khaalidah Miller (72) 2011-12 191 Cori Chambers (73) 2004-06 184 Cori Chambers (78) 2005-06 174 Jasmine James (46) 2009-10 163 Khaalidah Miller (53) 2010-11 163 Kim Berry (69) 1988-89 158 Khaalidah Miller (44) 2012-13

Career

No. Player (3FGs Made) Seasons 742 Cori Chambers (282) 2003-07 675 Kedra Holland-Corn (253) 1993-97 524 Khaalidah Miller (169) 2010-13 466 Alexis Kendrick (144) 2002-06 465 Megan Darrah (163) 2004-08 463 Kelly Miller (187) 1997-01 452 Ashley Houts (145) 2006-10 442 Kim Berry (189) 1987-91 440 Rachel Powell (174) 1993-97 425 Pam Irwin-Osbolt (136) 1995-99

3FG Percentage Single-Game

Pct. Player (3FG-3FGA), Opponent .875 C. Miller (7-8) vs. Charleston So. (12/6/97) .833 Kh. Miller (5-6) vs. S. Carolina (01/02/11) .833 M.B. Lycett (5-6) vs. Auburn (02/09/03) .833 M.B. Lycett (5-6) vs. VCU (12/30/01) .833 C. Miller (5-6) vs. Ole Miss (01/27/00) .833 K. Miller (5-6) vs. Florida State (12/30/98) .750 6 times (all 6-8): M. Darrah vs. Ole Miss (01/05/06); C. Chambers vs. TennesseeMartin (12/30/05); M.B. Lycett vs. South Carolina (02/13/03); K. Miller vs. Iowa State (03/22/99); M. Lowe vs. Auburn (02/07/93); K. Berry vs. South Carolina (02/03/88)

Season (Min. 100 3FGAs)

Pct. Player (3FG-FGA) Season .486 Camille Lowe (52-107) 1990-91 .463 Kelly Miller (50-108) 2000-01 .439 Kelly Miller (54-123) 1998-99 .424 Cori Chambers (78-184) 2005-06 .423 Kim Berry (69-163) 1988-89 .412 Kim Berry (49-119) 1989-90 .407 Kedra Holland-Corn (63-155) 1995-96 .407 Rachel Powell (46-113) 1993-94 .402 Coco Miller (49-122) 1990-00 .384 Rachel Powell (53-138) 1994-95 .382 Cori Chambers (73-191) 2004-05

Cori Chambers

Career (Min. 300 3FGAs)

Pct. Player (3FG-FGA) Seasons .428 Kim Berry (189-442) 1987-91 .404 Kelly Miller (187-463) 1997-01 .395 Rachel Powell (174-440) 1993-97 .380 Cori Chambers (282-742) 2003-07 .377 Coco Miller (136-361) 1997-01 .375 Kedra Holland (253-675) 1993-97 .375 Camille Lowe (130-347) 1989-93 .364 Janese Hardrick (149-409) 2003-07 .351 Megan Darrah (163-465) 2004-08 .349 Mary Beth Lycett (117-335) 1999-02

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Individual Top-10 Leaders FTs Made

FT Attempts

Single-Game

Single-Game

No. Player (FT Attempted), Opponent 16 K. Miller (18) vs. Auburn (1/17/99) 15 K. Miller (18) vs. C. Michigan (12/18/97) 15 K. McClain (21) vs. S. Alabama (11/29/86) 13 J. Hardrick (15) vs. Alabama (2/1/04) 13 S. Roundtree (12) vs. vs. La. Tech (3/25/96) 13 D. Dunlap (14) vs. Ole Miss (12/19/79) 12 T. Humphrey (14) vs. Temple (12/19/05) 12 K. Miller (14) vs. Arkansas (2/20/98) 12 T. Jenkins (16) vs. Clemson (2/7/90) 12 K. McClain (15) vs. Florida A&M (2/24/87)

La’Keshia Frett

No. Player (FTs Made), Opponent 21 K. McClain (15) vs. S. Alabama (11/29/86) 18 K. Miller (16) vs. Auburn (1/17/99) 18 K. Miller (15) vs. C. Michigan (12/18/97) 16 T. Humphrey (10) vs. Auburn (2/24/08) 16 T. Jenkins (12) vs. Clemson (2/7/90) 15 T. Jenkins (10) vs. Florida (1/8/89) 15 J. Hardrick (13) vs. Alabama (2/1/04) 15 K. McClain (12) vs. Florida A&M (2/24/87) 15 K. McClain (9) vs. La. Tech (12/17/86) 14 T. Humphrey (12) vs. Temple (12/19/05) 14 K. Miller (12) vs. Arkansas (2/20/98) Season 14 L. Hardmon (7) vs. Iowa (1/5/91) No. Player (FTs Attempted) Season 14 T. Phillips (10) vs. VCU (12/19/87) 176 Katrina McClain (240) 1986-87 14 K. McClain (9) vs. Kansas (3/14/87) 148 Tasha Humphrey (177) 2005-06 14 K. McClain (11) vs. S. Carolina (1/2/87) 139 Tasha Humphrey (180) 2004-05 Season 138 Tasha Humphrey (176) 2007-08 137 Katrina McClain (176) 1985-86 No. Player (FTs Made) Season 1986-87 136 Kelly Miller (163) 1998-99 240 Katrina McClain (176) 1980-81 131 Ashley Houts (165) 2007-08 189 Cynthia Collins (110) 2004-05 130 Saudia Roundtree (174) 1995-96 180 Tasha Humphrey (139) 1987-88 118 Kelly Miller (144) 1997-98 180 Tammye Jenkins(109) 2005-06 116 La’Keshia Frett (155) 1994-95 177 Tasha Humphrey (148) 176 Tasha Humphrey (138) 2007-08 Career 176 Katrina McClain (137) 1985-86 No. Player (FTs Attempted) Seasons 174 Saudia Roundtree (130) 1995-96 522 Tasha Humphrey (666) 2004-08 165 Ashley Houts (131) 2007-08 449 Katrina McClain (616) 1983-87 163 Kelly Miller (136) 1998-99 439 Ashley Houts (555) 2006-10 Career 428 Kelly Miller (519) 1997-01 387 Janet Harris (588) 1981-85 No. Player (FTs Made) Seasons 2004-08 374 Tammye Jenkins (591) 1987-91 666 Tasha Humphrey (522) 1983-87 361 La’Keshia Frett (463) 1993-97 616 Katrina McClain (449) 1987-91 360 Christi Thomas (525) 2000-04 591 Tammye Jenkins (374) 1981-85 336 Lady Hardmon (514) 1988-92 588 Janet Harris (387) 2006-10 317 Wanda Holloway (432) 1980-84 555 Ashley Houts (439) 525 Christi Thomas (360) 2000-04 519 Kelly Miller (428) 1997-01 514 Lady Hardmon (336) 1988-92 494 Cynthia Collins (252) 1979-83 463 La’Keshia Frett (361) 1993-97

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FT Percentage Single-Game

Pct. Player (FT-FTA), Opponent 1.000 J. Hardrick (10x10) vs. Rutgers (11/12/06) 1.000 S. Baker (10x10) vs. Tennessee (3/4/06) 1.000 T. Humphrey (10x10) vs. Memphis (12/29/05) 1.000 J. Hardrick (10x10) vs. Tennessee (1/31/05) 1.000 A. Kendrick (10x10) vs. Rutgers (3/24/03) 1.000 K. Miller (10x10) vs. Florida (1/11/01) 1.000 S. Roundtree (10x10) vs. Auburn (1/12/96) 1.000 D. Carter (10x10) vs. Florida (1/22/92) 1.000 A. Shuler (11x11) vs. Tennessee (1/28/91) 1.000 C. Lowe (11x11) vs. Charlotte (1/14/91) 1.000 K. McClain (11x11) vs. Kentucky (2/23/86)

Season (Min. 50 FTAs)

Pct. Player (FT-FTA) Season .942 Pam Irwin (49-52) 1996-97 .862 Pam Irwin-Osbolt (50-58) 1997-98 .848 Alexis Kendrick (89-105) 2002-03 .846 Lisa O’Connor (66-78) 1984-85 .841 La’Keshia Frett (90-107) 1995-96 .839 Pam Irwin-Osbolt (47-56) 1998-99 .838 Deborah Reese (93-111) 1992-93 .838 Adrienne Shuler (67-80) 1990-91 .836 Tasha Humphrey (148-177) 2005-06 .834 Kelly Miller (136-163) 1998-99

Career (Min. 150 FTAs)

Pct. Player (FT-FTA) Seasons .852 Pam Irwin-Osbolt (173-203) 1995-99 .825 Kelly Miller (428-519) 1997-01 .805 Alexis Kendrick (252-313) 2002-06 .803 Camille Lowe (216-269) 1989-93 .799 Janese Hardrick (311-389) 2003-07 .795 Megan Darrah (171-215) 2004-08 .791 Ashley Houts (439-555) 2006-10 .784 Tasha Humphrey (522-666) 2004-08 .780 La’Keshia Frett (361-463) 1993-97 .761 Sherill Baker (280-368) 2002-06


Individual Top-10 Leaders Assists Single-Game

No. Player, Opponent 14 L. Hardmon vs. Georgia St. (1/6/92) 14 A. Shuler vs. Florida St. (1/31/91) 13 A. Houts vs. Auburn (1/29/09) 13 C. Green vs. Florida A&M (2/17/88) 13 A. Shuler vs. Florida (1/9/88) 13 T. Edwards vs. Tennessee Tech (3/16/85) 13 T. Edwards vs. Tennessee St. (2/6/85) 13 B. Locke vs. Albany St. (1/21/81) 12 A. Houts vs. Iowa (3/23/08) 12 S. Roundtree vs. Nebraska (12/21/95) 12 S. Roundtree vs. Miss. St. (2/10/95) 12 K. Robbins vs. Mercer (2/1/93) 12 T. Edwards vs. Rutgers (12/12/84) 12 T. Edwards vs. Auburn (3/3/84) 12 L. Sims vs. California (3/27/81)

Season

No. Player (Games Played) Season 226 Saudia Roundtree (33) 1994-95 204 Adrienne Shuler (32) 1990-91 195 Saudia Roundtree (33) 1995-96 189 Teresa Edwards (33) 1983-84 188 Teresa Edwards (30) 1984-85 185 Bernadette Locke (37) 1980-81 179 Lady Hardmon (30) 1991-92 176 Teresa Edwards (32) 1985-86 164 Kelly Miller (28) 1997-98 163 Ashley Houts (33) 2007-08 163 Kelly Miller (33) 2000-01

No. Player (Games Played) Seasons 653 Teresa Edwards (128) 1982-86 639 Kelly Miller (131) 1997-01 565 Ashley Houts (133) 2006-10 553 Adrienne Shuler (118) 1987-91 545 Alexis Kendrick (132) 2002-06 436 Rachel Powell (122) 1993-97 433 Jasmine James (126) 2009-13 433 Lady Hardmon (121) 1988-92 425 Carla Green (119) 1985-89 421 Saudia Roundtree (66) 1994-96

Career

Blocks

Steals

Single-Game

Single-Game

No. Player, Opponent 10 T. Henderson vs. Louisville (3/19/95) 9 T. McDonald vs. Houston (12/10/00) 7 C. Thomas vs. Georgia St. (11/21/03) 7 K. McClain vs. Missouri (1/8/87) 7 K. McClain vs. Chattanooga (1/6/86) 7 K. McClain vs. Western Ky. (3/29/85) 6 13 times, most recent by Kara Braxton vs. Oakland (12/8/02)

No. Player, Opponent 10 A. Houts vs. Memphis (11/29/06) 10 S. Baker vs. Miss. St. (119/06) 10 K. Holland-Corn vs. Virginia (12/4/96) 10 A. Shuler vs. Howard (2/22/89) 9 S. Baker vs. Marist (3/19/06) 9 S. Baker vs. Middle Tennessee (11/30/05) 9 S. Baker vs. LMU (11/26/05) 9 K. Miller vs. Arkansas (1/21/98) 9 K. Holland-Corn vs. Wingate (12/10/96) Season 9 K. Thompson vs. Coppin St. (12/28/93) No. Player (Games Played) Season 9 B. Locke vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) 103 Tawana McDonald (33) 2000-01 Season 90 Tawana McDonald (35) 1999-00 87 Katrina McClain (29) 1984-85 No. Player (Games Played) Season 2005-06 87 Katrina McClain (31) 1985-86 149 Sherill Baker (32) 1996-97 83 Tracy Henderson (33) 1994-95 116 Kedra Holland-Corn (31) 1979-80 73 Katrina McClain (32) 1986-87 114 Bernadette Locke (27) 2003-04 72 Tracy Henderson (33) 1995-96 104 Sherill Baker (35) 1980-81 70 Angel Robinson (32) 2008-09 104 Bernadette Locke (37) 1990-91 61 Angel Robinson (30) 2009-10 103 Adrienne Shuler (32) 1984-85 59 Kara Braxton (30) 2001-02 100 Teresa Edwards (30) 2006-07 59 Tracy Henderson (28) 1993-94 93 Ashley Houts (34) 91 Teresa Edwards (32) 1985-86 Career 89 Sherill Baker (30) 2002-03 No. Player (Games Played) Seasons Career 297 Tawana McDonald (124) 1998-02 290 Katrina McClain (125) 1983-87 No. Player (Games Played) Seasons 2002-06 267 Tracy Henderson (122) 1993-97 426 Sherill Baker (131) 1982-86 213 Angel Robinson (128) 2006-10 342 Teresa Edwards (128) 2006-10 194 Christi Thomas (124) 2000-04 319 Ashley Houts (133) 1987-91 179 Barbara Bootz (126) 1983-87 308 Adrienne Shuler (118) 1993-97 163 Tammye Jenkins (115) 1987-91 302 Kedra Holland-Corn (125) 1997-01 141 Porsha Phillips (100) 2008-11 285 Kelly Miller (131) 1981-85 122 Anne Marie Armstrong (133) 2009-13 279 Janet Harris (131) 2009-13 119 Tasha Humphrey (126) 2004-08 266 Jasmine James (126) 238 Carla Green (119) 1985-89 225 Coco Miller (130) 1997-01

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Class-by-Class Top-5 Leaders Freshman Points

No. Player Season 663 Janet Harris 1981-82 628 Tasha Humphrey 2004-05 598 Deborah Mitchell 1980-81 522 Wanda Holloway 1980-81 489 Kara Braxton 2001-02 489 Kelly Miller 1997-98

Rebounds

No. Player Season 392 Wanda Holloway 1980-81 371 Janet Harris 1981-82 313 Deborah Mitchell 1980-81 283 Cynthia Collins 1979-80 276 Tasha Humphrey 2004-05

Assists

Adrienne Shuler

No. Player Season 164 Kelly Miller 1997-98 158 Alexis Kendrick 2002-03 128 Adrienne Shuler 1987-88 127 Rachel Powell 1993-94 114 Ashley Houts 2006-07

Blocks

No. Player Season 59 Kara Braxton 2001-02 59 Tracy Henderson 1993-94 56 Tawana McDonald 1998-99 53 Barbara Bootz 1983-84 43 Katrina McClain 1983-84

Steals

No. Player Season 93 Ashley Houts 2006-07 89 Sherill Baker 2002-03 85 Shacobia Barbee 2012-13 84 Lou Sims 1980-81 76 Kelly Miller 1997-98 76 Janet Harris 1981-82

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Sophomore Points

No. Player Season 692 Janet Harris 1982-83 628 Kelly Miller 1998-99 626 Coco Miller 1998-99 624 Tasha Humphrey 2005-06 523 La’Keshia Frett 1994-95

Rebounds

No. Player Season 397 Janet Harris 1982-83 309 Tawana McDonald 1999-00 304 Cynthia Collins 1980-81 283 Tasha Humphrey 2005-06 283 Wanda Holloway 1981-82

Assists

No. Player Season 189 Teresa Edwards 1983-84 163 Ashley Houts 2007-08 160 Traci Waites 1985-86 155 Alexis Kendrick 2003-04 150 Kelly Miller 1998-99

Blocks

No. Player Season 90 Tawana McDonald 1999-00 87 Katrina McClain 1984-85 83 Tracy Henderson 1994-95 54 Tammye Jenkins 1988-89 51 Angel Robinson 2007-08

Steals

No. Player Season 104 Sherill Baker 2003-04 87 Ashley Houts 2007-08 81 Teresa Edwards 1983-84 78 Kedra Holland 1994-95 72 Carla Green 1986-87

Junior Points

No. Player Season 661 Katrina McClain 1985-86 586 Janet Harris 1983-84 556 Bernadette Locke 1979-80 555 Coco Miller 1999-00 544 Kelly Miller 1999-00

Rebounds

No. Player Season 314 Katrina McClain 1985-86 298 Angel Robinson 2008-09 288 La’Keshia Frett 1995-96 279 Porsha Phillips 2009-10 279 Janet Harris 1983-84

Assists

No. Player Season 226 Saudia Roundtree 1994-95 188 Teresa Edwards 1984-85 162 Kelly Miller 1999-00 151 Ashley Houts 2008-09 147 Carla Green 1987-88

Blocks

No. Player Season 103 Tawana McDonald 2000-01 87 Katrina McClain 1985-86 72 Tracy Henderson 1995-96 70 Angel Robinson 2008-09 56 Christi Thomas 2002-03

Steals

No. Player Season 114 Bernadette Locke 1979-80 100 Teresa Edwards 1984-85 84 Sherill Baker 2004-05 75 Kelly Miller 1999-00 70 Ashley Houts 2008-09 70 Kedra Holland 1995-96

Senior Points

No. Player Season 796 Katrina McClain 1986-87 700 Janet Harris 1984-85 630 Teresa Edwards 1985-86 598 Sherill Baker 2005-06 552 Tasha Humphrey 2007-08

Rebounds

No. Player Season 391 Katrina McClain 1986-87 365 Porsha Phillips 2010-11 351 Janet Harris 1984-85 300 Tasha Humphrey 2007-08 290 Christi Thomas 2003-04

Assists

No. Player Season 204 Adrienne Shuler 1990-91 195 Saudia Roundtree 1995-96 185 Bernadette Locke 1980-81 179 Lady Hardmon 1991-92 176 Teresa Edwards 1985-86

Blocks

No. Player Season 73 Katrina McClain 1986-87 61 Angel Robinson 2009-10 53 Tracy Henderson 1996-97 52 Tammye Jenkins 1990-91 51 Christi Thomas 2003-04 51 Barbara Bootz 1986-87

Steals

No. Player Season 149 Sherill Baker 2005-06 116 Kedra Holland-Corn 1996-97 104 Bernadette Locke 1980-81 103 Adrienne Shuler 1990-91 91 Teresa Edwards 1985-86


Team single-game Top-10 Performances Points

No. Opponent 125 vs. South Alabama (2/25/91) 124 vs. Mercer (2/11/81) 122 vs. UNC-Asheville (11/26/93) 119 vs. Tift (1974-75) 118 vs. Oral Roberts (11/22/98) 116 vs. Oral Roberts (1/25/93) 116 vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) 114 vs. Georgia State (2/2/84) 113 vs. Georgia Tech (12/13/94) 113 vs. Kentucky (2/23/86)

No. Opponent 72 vs. Rider (12/29/92) 72 vs. Appalachian St. (12/31/82) 68 vs. Marquette (1/11/95) 68 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) 66 vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/01) 66 vs. S.C. State (1/26/89) 64 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/95) 63 vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90) 61 vs. Tennessee State (1/18/89) 61 vs. Vanderbilt (1/14/84)

No. Opponent 52 vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) 50 vs. Louisville (3/17/84) 49 vs. UNC-Asheville (11/26/93) 49 vs. Xavier (1/3/85) 49 vs. Augusta (1/28/84) 49 vs. Georgia State (2/2/83) 47 vs. Mercer (2/11/81) 46 vs. Chattanooga (2/16/87) 46 vs. Mercer (2/13/86) 46 vs. Central Michigan (11/22/85)

No. Opponent 101 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) 96 vs. Augusta (1/28/84) 91 vs. Marquette (1/11/95) 91 vs. Northwestern (12/21/90) 89 vs. Mercer (2/4/87) 88 vs. St. Francis (3/15/96) 88 vs. Mississippi State (1/28/96) 88 vs. Ga. Southern (11/28/95) 87 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/95) 87 vs. Coppin State (12/29/93)

Rebounds

FGs Made

FGs Attempted

FG Percentage

No. Opponent .684 vs. N.C. State (11/30/85) .677 vs. Florida A&M (12/16/85) .676 vs. Mercer (2/13/86) .675 vs. Valdosta State (12/4/86) .673 vs. Mississippi State (3/2/86) .667 vs. Detroit (12/19/88) .656 vs. Mercer (1/14/85) .643 vs. Ga. Southern (12/11/85) .642 vs. Kentucky (2/2/06) .639 vs. Vanderbilt (2/10/85)

3FGs Made

No. Opponent 13 vs. TCU (11/11/11) 13 vs. Florida (1/29/97) 13 vs. Georgia State (1/24/90) 12 vs. Iowa State (3/25/13) 12 vs. Alabama (2/14/10) 12 vs. Florida (1/4/07) 12 vs. Ole Miss (1/5/06) 12 vs. Iona (12/6/05) 12 vs. Stetson (1/10/05) 12 vs. Florida (1/18/04)

No. Opponent 34 vs. Tennessee (2/21/11) 34 vs. TCU (12/22/10) 34 vs. Ole Miss (1/22/04) 33 vs. Iona (12/19/04) 33 vs. Ga. Southern (11/24/97) 32 vs. Florida (1/18/04) 31 vs. Arkansas (2/8/04) 30 vs. Iowa State (3/25/13) 30 vs. TCU (11/11/11) 29 vs. Baylor (11/13/05)

3FGs Attempted

3FG Percentage

Pct. Opponent (MIN. 5 MADE) 1.000 vs. Vanderbilt (1/30/00) .778 vs. Kentucky (3/5/09) .778 vs. Austin Peay (12/16/97) .714 vs. Detroit (12/19/88) .667 vs. Auburn (1/17/99) .667 vs. Loyola (12/1/90) .667 vs. South Carolina (2/3/88) .643 vs. Richmond (12/21/06) .636 vs. Georgia State (12/12/94) .619 vs. Florida (1/29/97)

FTs Made

No. Opponent 40 vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) 37 vs. South Alabama (2/25/91) 36 vs. Middle Tenn. St. (2/12/85) 35 vs. Oklahoma (12/13/98) 35 vs. Oral Roberts (11/22/98) 34 vs. UCLA (12/5/02) 33 vs. Oklahoma (11/22/00) 33 vs. Central Michigan (12/18/97) 32 vs. Vanderbilt (1/18/07) 31 vs. Georgia Tech (12/17/01)

No. Opponent 53 vs. Mississippi State (2/17/90) 51 vs. South Alabama (2/25/91) 51 vs. Middle Tenn. St. (2/12/85) 51 vs. Alabany State (12/17/79) 46 vs. Oklahoma (12/13/98) 45 vs. Georgia State (1/3/83) 44 vs. Georgia Tech (12/27/01) 44 vs. Oklahoma (11/22/00) 44 vs. Northeast La. (11/28/90) 42 vs. Vanderbilt (1/18/07) 42 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1/22/90)

FTs Attempted

FT Percentage

Pct. Opponent (MIN. 15 MADE) .955 vs. Mississippi State (2/1/09) .955 vs. Illinois (3/15/86) .952 vs. Tennessee (3/4/06) .952 vs. Mississippi State (2/6/00) .944 vs. Missouri-K.C. (12/18/92) .941 vs. LSU (2/10/08) .941 vs. Iowa (12/20/95) .938 vs. Tennessee (3/6/04) .938 vs. Mississippi State (2/8/86) .923 vs. Kentucky (3/2/07)

Assists

No. Opponent 35 vs. Louisville (3/17/84) 34 vs. Florida A&M (12/16/85) 33 vs. Ole Miss (1/16/03) 32 vs. Morris Brown (1/7/02) 32 vs. UT-Chattanooga (12/2/84) 31 vs. Winthrop (1/7/93) 31 vs. Florida A&M (2/26/92) 31 vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90) 31 vs. Albany State (2/27/81) 30 vs. Florida (1/12/03) 30 vs. Midddle Tenn. St. (12/1/96) 30 vs. N.C. State (1/3/90) 30 vs. N.C. State (11/30/85)

No. Opponent 16 vs. Kentucky (2/1/81) 13 vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/01) 13 vs. Georgia State (11/27/01) 13 vs. Maine (11/18/01) 13 vs. Louisville (3/19/95) 12 vs. Houston (12/10/00) 12 vs. Tennessee Tech (11/23/85) 11 vs. Kentucky (1/7/10) 11 vs. LSU (1/3/02) 11 vs. East Tenn. St. (12/29/99) 11 vs. Alcorn State (12/4/99) 11 vs. Boise State (12/20/98)

No. Opponent 34 vs. Ga. Southern (11/28/95) 27 vs. UNC-Asheville (11/26/93) 27 vs. UNC-Asheville (1/23/80) 26 vs. Xavier (1/3/85) 25 vs. Morris Brown (1/7/02) 25 vs. Georgia Tech (12/4/82) 25 vs. S.C. State (12/19/95) 23 vs. Lipscomb (12/16/12) 23 vs. Arkansas (1/21/98) 23 vs. Wingate (12/10/96) 23 vs. Coppin State (12/29/93) 23 vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90)

Blocked Shots

Wanda Holloway

Steals

Tammye Jenkins

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Top Opponent single-game Performances Individual Points

43 LaToya Thomas, Mississippi St. (1/13/02) 40 Sharon Tucker, Oral Roberts (11/22/80) 38 Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) 37 Chandi Jones, Houston (12/20/02) 35 Isabelle Fijalkowski, Colorado (3/25/95) 35 Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82) 34 Alexis Rack, Mississippi St. (1/28/10) 34 Michelle Cozad, Santa Clara (11/18/05) 34 Susan Taylor, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) 34 Wanda Hightower, UAB (3/12/81)

Rebounds

26 Susan Taylor, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) 23 Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee Tech (3/16/85) 21 Jab Johnson, NE La. (12/10/88) 20 Tracy Claxton, Old Dominion (3/31/85) 19 Karisma Penn, Illinois (12/28/12) 19 Carol Smith, Alabama (2/5/86)

FGs Made

17 Sharon Tucker, Oral Roberts (11/22/80) 16 Valerie Still, Kentucky (2/6/82) 16 Babara Kennedy, Clemson (11/28/79) 15 LeAnn Harrell, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) 15 Michelle Marciniak, Notre Dame (12/8/91)

FGs Attempted

35 LeAnn Harrell, Valdosta St. (2/18/80) 32 Andrea Riley, Oklahoma St. (3/22/10) 31 Eva Lemeh, Vanderbilt (2/16/81) 30 Denise Lloyd, Georgia St. (1/6/82) 30 Pam Leake, North Carolina (12/27/85) 30 Jackie McKinnon, Dist. of Col. (1/30/90)

3FGs Made

9 Wendi Willits, Arkansas (2/21/99) 8 Lyndsay Harris, Arkansas (1/13/11) 8 Bridget Pettis, Florida (1/22/92) 7 Alexis Rack, Mississippi St. (1/28/10) 6 Lyndsay Harris, Arkansas (2/3/11) 6 J. Howard, N.C. State (3/23/95) 6 Alexis Rack, Mississippi State (2/1/09 6 Doneeka Hodges, LSU (1/25/04) 6 Tatyana Troina, South Carolina (1/10/02) 6 Cornelia Gayden, LSU (2/20/93)

Team

3FGs Attempted

17 Cornelia Gayden, LSU (2/20/93) 15 Alexis Rack, Mississippi State (2/1/09) 15 Doneeka Hodges, LSU (1/25/04) 15 Alie Rousseau, Ga. Southern (12/4/01) 14 Shafontaye Myers, Alabama (1/31/13) 14 Candace Wiggins, Stanford (11/26/06) 14 Brandi McCain, Florida (1/11/01) 14 Laura Vaughn, Alabama (1/9/90)

Free Throws Made

18 Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) 17 Angie Bonner, Kansas St. (1/6/83) 15 Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80) 15 Tricia Clay, Texas Tech (12/14/84)

Free Throws Attempted

21 Dana Chatman, LSU (2/10/91) 20 Angie Bonner, Kansas St. (1/6/83) 19 Lucienne Berthieu, OSU (2/16/02) 18 Janet Holt, Tennessee Tech (12/12/99) 18 Barbara Williams, USC-Aiken (1/7/80) 18 Tricia Clay, Texas Tech (12/14/84)

Assists

18 Dawn Marsh, Tennessee (3/7/88) 17 Tameka Johnson, LSU (3/5/05) 14 Rhonda Windham, USC (4/1/83) 13 Dalma Ivanyi, FIU (12/5/97)

Blocked Shots

10 Marita Payne, Auburn (1/16/05) 9 Meribeth Feenstra, Liberty (3/16/01) 8 Sandora Irvin, TCU (11/27/04) 8 Slyvia Cummings, Oral Roberts (1/25/93

Steals

10 Stephanie Edwards, Louisville (3/17/84) 10 Audrey Burcy, Ohio State (12/19/92) 9 Jocelyn Penn, South Carolina (2/7/02) 9 Karen Booker, Vanderbilt (3/5/87)

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Points

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)

FGs Made

51 by Mercer (2/13/80) 43 by Tennessee (1/28/98) 40 by Arizona State (3/12/82)

FGs Attempted

95 by Valdosta State (2/18/80) 89 by Mercer (2/13/80) 84 by Louisiana Tech (3/25/96)

13 13 13 13

3FGs Made

Chattanooga (11/19/10) Georgia Southern (11/21/06) by Santa Clara (11/18/05); by Eastern Kentucky (1/22/90)

3FGs Attempted

35 by Tulane (3/20/10) 34 by South Carolina (1/29/95) 31 by Iowa State (3/25/13) 31 by Alabama (1/31/13)

Free Throws Made

34 by Tennessee (3/5/94) 33 by Auburn (2/10/90) 33 by South Carolina (1/16/93)

Free Throws Attempted

51 by South Carolina (1/16/93) 43 by Vanderbilt (2/15/81) 43 by Alabama (1/31/81) 42 by Ole Miss (3/4/89) 42 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's Biggest Crowds Att. Opponent Date 10,523 Tennessee 1/29/12 10,523 Tennessee 1/14/07 10,523 Tennessee 1/17/00 10,523 Tennessee 1/28/99 10,523 Connecticut 1/20/97 10,082 Tennessee 2/10/02 9,495 Tennessee 2/12/04 9,011 Auburn 2/23/91 8,218 Texas 11/21/04 8,127 LSU 1/25/04


Team season Top-10 Performances Points

No. Season 2938 1980-81 2855 1985-86 2820 1999-00 2795 1983-84 2792 1984-85 2786 1998-99 2736 1990-91 2734 1995-96 2699 1994-95 2626 2000-01

Games 37 32 36 33 34 34 32 33 33 33

Points Per Game

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

Rebounds

FG Attempts

FT Atttempts

No. Season 2554 1980-81 2334 1999-00 2304 1994-95 2286 1998-99 2284 1983-84 2248 1995-96 2248 1982-83 2220 1992-93 2211 2003-04 2209 1984-85

Games 37 36 33 34 33 33 34 34 35 34

No. Season 782 1990-91 759 1998-99 748 1980-81 735 1987-88 723 2000-01 720 1992-93 715 1989-90 708 1999-00 692 1994-95 688 1982-83

Games 32 34 37 31 33 34 30 36 33 34

No. Season 228 2005-06 215 2006-07 207 2007-08 203 2004-05 191 2003-04 179 1995-96 170 2009-10 167 1996-97 163 2012-13 160 2010-11 160 2002-03

Games 32 34 33 34 35 33 34 31 35 31 31

Games 32 32 33 36 33 33 33 32 32 34

3FGs Made

3FG Attempts

Assists

No. Season 678 1985-86 676 1985-86 657 1983-84 609 1999-00 604 1995-96 594 1994-95 591 2000-01 582 1990-91 573 1986-87 570 1998-99

Blocks

No. Season 1717 1980-81 1491 1994-95 1481 1992-93 1473 1999-00 1434 2012-13 1415 2003-04 1399 2010-11 1380 1998-99 1379 1983-84 1377 2009-10

Games 37 33 34 36 35 35 34 34 33 34

No. Season 626 2007-08 625 2006-07 606 2003-04 601 2004-05 593 2009-10 584 2012-13 581 2005-06 572 2010-11 513 1995-96 489 1996-97

Games 33 34 35 34 34 35 32 34 33 31

No. Season 188 2001-02 187 2009-10 187 1999-00 177 2000-01 169 1994-95 168 1983-84 158 1986-87 156 1985-86 154 1984-85 148 2002-03

Games 30 34 36 34 33 33 32 32 34 31

No. Season 1234 1980-81 1193 1985-86 1188 1983-84 1173 1984-85 1094 1999-00 1077 1982-83 1055 1990-91 1051 1995-96 1043 1998-99 1043 1994-95

Games 37 32 33 34 36 34 32 33 34 33

No. Season 545 1998-99 534 1990-91 519 2000-01 508 1992-93 495 1999-00 493 1987-88 490 2006-07 488 2003-04 475 2007-08 470 1980-81

Games 34 32 33 34 36 31 34 35 33 37

No. Season 443 1980-81 410 1984-85 408 1990-91 394 1995-96 391 1983-84 391 1982-83 385 1999-00 383 1981-82 377 2012-13 371 2005-06

Games 37 34 32 33 33 34 36 30 35 32

FGs Made

FTs Made

Steals

Scoring margins

Largest Victories

Pts. Score Opponent (Date) 72 106-34 vs. Savannah State (12/10/05) 71 102-31 vs. UNC Asheville (1/23/95) 71 102-31 vs. S.C. State (1/26/89) 70 102-32 vs. Tennessee St. (1/18/89) 69 105-36 vs. Morris Brown (1/7/02) 68 106-38 vs. Xavier (Ohio) (1/3/85) 67 116-49 vs. Oral Roberts (1/25/93) 66 112-46 vs. Southern Utah St. (1/15/90) 65 101-36 vs. UNC Asheville (1/6/96) 64 119-55 vs. Tift (1974-75)

Largest Defeats

Pts. Score Opponent (Date) 59 43-102 vs. Tennessee (1/28/98) 41 38-79 vs. Texas A&M (3/27/11) 41 51-92 vs. North Georgia (1973-74) 40 70-110 vs. Valdosta St. (1973-74) 39 74-113 vs. Mercer (2/13/80) 39 70-109 vs. Shorter (11/30/77) 37 36-73 vs. Stanford (3/27/10) 37 53-90 vs. Mercer (1974-75) 36 65-101 vs. Valdosta St. (11/19/76) 36 36-72 vs. West Georgia (1973-74) 36 44-80 vs. Mercer (1973-74)

Overtime Games (25-10))

Date Opponent W-L Score 12/2/78 North Georgia W 63-59 1/12/80 Mercer W 87-85 at Georgia Southern L 63-65 2/2/80 2/18/80 at Valdosta State W 99-96 12/17/80 vs. Tennessee L 68-73 3/28/81 vs. Arizona State W 75-73 1/6/82 at Georgia State L 77-79 W 82-75 1/30/82 South Carolina 1/30/83 at Kentucky L 59-66 2/26/83 Mercer W 78-66 12/12/84 at Western Kentucky L 67-72 95-94 12/15/86 vs. Northwestern St. W 12/21/90 vs. Northwestern W 93-83 2/10/91 at Louisiana State W 108-102 12/8/91 Notre Dame W 90-86 2/10/95 Mississippi W 80-77 12/8/96 at Tennessee W 94-93 1/4/98 Wisconsin L 64-74 W 86-81 2/20/98 at Arkansas 11/27/99 at Maine W 79-68 2/3/00 Florida W 81-76 March Madness Thriller 77-72 11/20/01 Middle Tennessee St. W Janese Hardrick’s running jumper with just 0.9 of W 68-63 12/16/01 at N.C. State a second left in overtime lifted Georgia to a 68-66 1/19/03 South Carolina W *97-91 win over No. 1 Tennessee in the semifinals of the 1/22/04 at Ole Miss L *79-90 2004 SEC Tournament. 3/6/04 vs. Tennessee W 68-66 2/27/05 Vanderbilt L 59-66 Date Opponent W-L Score 12/19/05 at Temple L 66-69 2/4/10 LSU W 49-46 2/15/07 at Kentucky W 82-72 3/22/10 vs. Oklahoma St. W 74-71 12/29/07 vs. Florida State W 71-62 2/3/11 Arkansas W 57-54 1/07/10 Kentucky W 61-60 4/1/13 vs. California L 62-65 bold face denotes double-overtime games

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1,000-Point scorers 1. Janet Harris No. 45 6-3 F/C Chigago, Ill. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 82 30-29 281-517 .533 101-160 83 34-34 299-537 .557 94-155 84 33-32 249-472 .528 88-126 85 34-33 298-503 .592 104-147 131-128 1127-2029 .555 387-588

Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL .631 371-12.4 55 11 .606 397-11.7 42 21 .698 279-8.5 69 18 .707 351-10.3 74 8 .658 1398-10.7 240 58

ST Pts.-Avg. 76 663-22.4 61 692-20.4 68 586-17.8 74 700-20.6 279 2641-20.2

2. Tasha Humphrey No. 34 6-3 F Gainesville, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL ST Pts.-Avg. 05 33-32 236-421 .561 39-180 .772 276-8.4 50 36 35 628-19.0 06 31-31 223-442 .505 148-177 .836 283-9.1 52 23 37 624-20.1 07 29-26 176-352 .500 97-133 .729 221-7.6 47 24 32 468-16.1 08 33-33 190-420 .452 138-176 .784 300-9.1 70 36 40 552-16.7 126-122 825-1635 .505 522-666 .784 1080-8.6 219 119 144 2272-18.0

3. Katrina Mcclain No. 32 6-2 C Charleston, S.C. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. 84 33-8 137-197 .695 66-95 .695 85 29-21 164-262 .626 70-105 .667 86 31-30 262-396 .662 137-176 .778 87 32-32 310-552 .562 176-240 .733 125-91 873-1407 .620 449-616 .729

Reb.-Avg. A BL 254-7.7 27 43 234-8.1 30 87 314-10.1 37 87 391-12.2 51 73 1193-9.5 145 290

ST Pts.-Avg. 46 340-10.3 44 398-13.7 54 661-21.3 56 796-24.9 200 2195-17.6

4. Kelly Miller No. 23 5-10 G Rochester, Minn. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 98 28-28 166-414 .401 118-144 99 34-34 219-477 .459 136-163 00 36-36 203-456 .445 94-115 80-97 01 33-33 193-378 .511 131-131 781-1725 .452 428-519

Pct. .819 .834 .817 .825 .825

Reb.-Avg. A BL 159-5.7 164 5 205-6.0 150 4 168-4.7 162 5 179-5.4 163 1 711-5.4 639 15

ST Pts.-Avg. 76 489-17.5 66 628-18.5 75 544-15.1 68 516-15.6 285 2177-16.6

5. Coco Miller No. 35 5-10 G Rochester, Minn. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 98 27-21 179-415 .431 50-74 99 34-33 263-536 .491 68-89 00 36-36 215-487 .442 76-98 01 33-31 207-452 .458 73-87 130-121 864-1890 .475 267-348

Pct. .676 .764 .776 .839 .767

Reb.-Avg. A BL 123-4.6 104 4 132-3.9 77 3 114-3.2 114 5 134-4.1 101 5 503-3.9 396 17

ST Pts.-Avg. 48 432-16.0 55 626-18.4 57 555-15.4 65 518-15.7 225 2131-16.4

6. TEresa Edwards No. 5 5-11 G/F Cairo, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 83 33-31 189-412 .459 52-82 84 33-33 207-397 .521 51-65 85 30-29 203-385 .527 58-79 86 32-32 274-491 .558 82-104 128-125 873-1685 .518 243-330

Pct. .634 .785 .734 .788 .736

Reb.-Avg. A BL 73-2.2 100 9 81-2.5 189 14 84-2.8 188 13 146-4.6 176 12 384-3.0 653 48

7. La’keshia frett No. 00 6-3 F hampton, va. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 94 28-25 154-323 .477 85-111 95 33-33 203-421 .482 116-155 96 33-33 195-374 .521 90-107 97 28-25 191-396 .482 70-90 122-116 743-1514 .491 361-463

Pct. .766 .748 .841 .778 .780

Reb.-Avg. A BL 168-6.0 69 13 199-6.0 100 24 288-8.7 65 32 187-6.7 81 16 842-6.9 315 85

ST Pts.-Avg. 34 393-14.0 45 523-15.9 63 481-14.6 47 453-16.2 189 1850-15.2

8. Wanda Holloway No. 51 6-2 C Sharon, Pa. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 81 37-26 229-391 .586 82 30-30 208-411 .506 83 34-14 169-356 .475 84 33-31 151-255 .592 134-101 757-1413 .536

FT-FTA 62-90 88-114 112-152 55-76 317-432

Pct. .689 .772 .737 .724 .734

Reb.-Avg. A BL 392-10.6 29 16 283-9.4 34 42 258-7.6 30 22 230-7.0 41 24 1163-8.7 134 104

ST Pts.-Avg. 55 522-14.1 42 504-16.8 52 450-13.2 36 357-10.8 201 1833-13.7

9. Tracy Henderson No. 33 6-3 C minneapolis, minn. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 94 28-24 148-289 .512 95 33-33 219-399 .549 96 33-33 208-359 .579 97 28-26 182-333 .547 122-116 757-1380 .549

FT-FTA 53-99 72-125 50-79 75-108 250-411

Pct. .535 .576 .633 .694 .608

Reb.-Avg. A BL 174-6.2 7 59 252-7.6 13 83 211-6.4 22 72 186-6.6 28 53 823-6.7 70 267

ST Pts.-Avg. 17 349-12.5 38 510-15.5 26 466-14.1 29 439-15.7 110 1764-14.5

10. sherill baker No. 11 5-8 G Stone Mountain, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 03 30-25 115-307 .375 51-72 04 35-35 157-381 .412 62-86 05 34-30 162-375 .432 57-74 06 32-32 242-457 .530 110-136 131-122 676-1520 .445 280-368

Pct. .708 .721 .770 .809 .761

Reb.-Avg. A BL 129-4.3 83 11 133-3.8 120 3 158-4.6 93 4 150-4.7 103 6 570-4.4 399 24

ST Pts.-Avg. 89 289-9.6 104 390-11.1 84 388-11.4 149 598-18.7 426 1665-12.7

11. Tammye Jenkins No. 55 6-4 F/C Dawson, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 88 30-29 185-363 .510 109-180 89 30-28 170-357 .476 98-153 90 27-26 128-250 .512 96-141 91 28-23 129-270 .478 71-117 115-106 612-1240 .494 374-591

Pct. .606 .641 .681 .607 .633

Reb.-Avg. A BL 259-8.6 25 32 229-7.6 27 54 218-8.1 18 25 208-7.4 35 52 914-8.0 105 163

ST Pts.-Avg. 47 479-16.0 27 438-14.6 31 352-13.0 34 329-11.8 139 1598-13.9

12. Christi Thomas No. 4 6-5 F/C Buford, Ga. ST Pts.-Avg. 70 430-13.0 81 465-14.1 100 464-15.5 91 630-19.7 342 1989-15.5

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Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 01 29-11 130-255 .510 75-121 02 30-12 122-237 .515 62-103 03 30-28 180-335 .537 111-156 04 35-33 173-321 .539 112-145 124-84 605-1148 .527 360-525

Pct. .620 .602 .712 .772 .685

Reb.-Avg. A BL 188-6.5 18 42 187-6.2 27 45 241-8.0 22 56 290-8.3 28 51 906-7.3 95 194

ST Pts.-Avg. 26 338‑11.7 31 311-10.4 38 481-16.0 38 463-13.2 133 1593-12.8


1,000-Point scorers 13. Kedra Holland-Corn No. 25 5-8 G houston, texas Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 94 28-2 90-223 .404 95 33-22 149-362 .412 96 33-26 137-300 .457 97 31-30 187-399 .469 125-80 563-1284 .438

FT-FTA 28-39 40-58 36-47 83-108 187-252

Pct. .718 .690 .766 .769 .742

Reb.-Avg. A BL 69-2.5 34 3 128-3.9 61 10 109-3.3 87 8 124-4.0 117 4 430-3.4 299 25

ST Pts.-Avg. 38 246-8.8 78 413-12.5 70 373-11.3 116 534-17.2 302 1566-12.5

14. Ashley Houts No. 1 5-6 G Trenton, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 07 34-31 91-219 .416 08 33-33 111-260 .427 09 32-32 129-315 .410 10 34-34 134-337 .398 133-130 465-1131 .411

FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL ST 105-136 .772 105-3.1 124 0 93 131-165 .794 94-2.8 163 1 87 88-113 .779 90-2.8 151 0 70 115-141 .816 109-3.2 127 1 69 439-555 .791 398-3.0 565 2 319

FT-FTA 95-125 56-76 66-78 84-114 301-393

Pct. .760 .737 .846 .737 .766

Reb.-Avg. A BL 193-5.7 67 29 168-5.1 93 13 174-5.1 115 6 193-6.2 72 6 728-5.5 347 54

ST Pts.-Avg. 37 463-13.6 54 310-9.4 35 372-10.9 30 364-11.7 156 1509-11.4

16. Cori Chambers No. 21 5-9 G New Rochelle, N.Y. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL ST Pts.-Avg. 04 35-12 90-246 .366 25-27 .926 91-2.6 54 9 25 251-7.2 05 34-29 168-392 .429 38-47 .809 133-3.9 43 5 51 447-13.1 06 32-31 136-318 .428 10-11 .909 111-3.5 69 5 34 360-11.3 07 34-34 158-376 .420 31-40 .775 112-3.3 60 4 43 432-12.7 135-106 552-1332 .414 104-125 .832 447-3.3 226 23 153 1490-11.0

17. Jasmine James No. 10 5-9 G Memphis, Tenn. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 10 34-33 130-419 .310 11 33-33 150-400 .375

FT-FTA Pct. 85-132 .644

65-108 .602 12 24-22 91-234 .389 53-86 .616 13 35-35 153-379 .404 71-116 .612 126-123 524-1432 .366 274-442 .620

Reb.-Avg. A BL ST 173-5.1 101 3 60

116-3.5 118 113-4.7 81 125-3.6 133 527-4.2 433

3 61 3 64 3 81 12 266

F Lebanon, Tenn.

Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL ST Pts.-Avg. 10 34-4 84-161 .522 43-68 .632 96-2.8 7 11 8 211-6.2

11 34-25 129-250 12 31-31 164-302 13 35-35 180-339 134-95 557-1052

.516 69-109 .543 74-119 .531 84-128 .529 270-424

.633 .622 .656 .637

152-4.5 0 12 16 327-9.6 176-5.7 14 8 20 402-13.0 217-6.2 17 15 30 444-12.7 641-4.8 38 46 74 1384-10.3

20. Lady Hardmon No. 23 5-10 G Atlanta, Ga. Pts.-Avg. 320-9.4 387-11.7 385-12.0 422-12.4 1514-11.4

15. Lisa O’Connor No. 43 6-1 F Cartersville, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 83 34-32 184-370 .497 84 33-29 127-285 .446 85 34-34 153-303 .505 86 31-31 140-291 .481 132-126 604-1249 .484

19. Jasmine HAssell No. 12 6-2

Pts.-Avg. 391-11.5

405-12.3 254-10.6 384-11.0 1434-11.4

18. Tina Price No. 14 5-8 G Dublin, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL ST Pts.-Avg. 75 17-NA 201-11.8 Note: Complete statistics not available 76 20-20 269-13.5 77 21-21 190-377 .504 85-130 .654 134-6.3 465-22.1 78 22-22 235-472 .550 75-121 .620 531-24.1 1466-18.3

Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 89 30-22 81-167 .485 90 29-29 155-311 .498 91 32-30 158-338 .468 92 30-29 135-313 .431 121-110 529-1129 .469

FT-FTA 52-82 99-142 97-150 89-140 337-514

Pct. .634 .697 .647 .636 .656

Reb.-Avg. A BL 119-4.0 46 7 165-5.7 112 3 140-4.4 96 1 114-3.8 179 7 538-4.4 433 18

ST Pts.-Avg. 23 214-7.1 57 410-14.1 61 413-12.9 60 361-12.0 201 1397-11.5

21. Camille Lowe No. 14 5-11 G/F Macon, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 90 26-19 75-202 .371 21-30 91 32-31 183-354 .517 66-81 12 30-23 105-251 .418 41-51 93 34-34 162-362 .448 88-107 122-107 525-1169 .449 216-269

Pct. .700 .815 .804 .822 .803

Reb.-Avg. A BL 89-3.4 45 6 116-3.6 71 9 114-3.8 69 10 138-4.1 118 16 457-3.7 303 41

ST Pts.-Avg. 30 179-6.9 37 484-15.1 41 278-9.3 45 455-13.4 153 1396-11.4

22. Stacey Ford No. 53 6-2 F/C anderson, S.C. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 88 31-7 68-147 .463 89 30-21 111-222 .500 90 29-29 159-258 .616 91 30-26 181-328 .552 120-83 519-955 .544

FT-FTA 22-37 41-67 65-124 68-101 196-329

Pct. .595 .612 .524 .673 .596

Reb.-Avg. A BL 113-3.7 7 7 151-5.0 11 13 181-6.2 8 13 204-6.8 19 17 649-5.4 45 50

ST Pts.-Avg. 10 158-5.1 21 263-8.8 29 383-13.2 36 430-14.3 96 1234-10.3

23. TAwana Mcdonald No. 40 6-4 C flint, mich. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 99 27-25 96-195 .492 53-98 00 35-34 166-302 .550 88-136 01 33-33 124-265 .468 91-119 02 29-23 84-153 .549 53-77 124-115 470-915 .514 285-430

Pct. .541 .647 .765 .688 .663

Reb.-Avg. A BL 186-6.9 24 56 309-8.8 35 90 230-7.0 41 103 160-5.5 35 48 885-7.1 135 297

ST 45 47 50 37 179

Pts.-Avg. 245-9.1 420-12.0 339-10.3 221-7.6 1225-9.9

24. Janese Hardrick No. 14 5-6 G Powder Springs, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 04 35-18 120-297 .404 05 32-0 76-160 .475 06 32-2 91-194 .469 07 34-27 89-242 .368 133-47 376-893 .421

FT-FTA 88-106 79-96 59-85 85-102 311-389

Pct. .830 .823 .694 .833 .799

Reb.-Avg. A BL 107-3.1 108 2 79-2.5 66 0 101-3.2 88 2 135-4.0 117 5 422-3.2 379 9

ST 47 30 60 61 198

Pts.-Avg. 374-10.7 262-8.2 282-8.8 294-8.6 1212-9.1

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1,000-Point scorers 25. Angel Robinson No. 33 6-5 F Marietta, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 07 33-2 104-192 .542 53-87 08 33-28 130-254 .512 67-93 09 32-30 147-265 .555 71-99 10 30-27 78-162 .481 69-101 128-77 459-873 .526 260-380

Pct. .609 .720 .717 .683 .684

Reb.-Avg. A BL 178-5.4 10 31 278-8.4 31 51 298-9.3 25 70 228-7.6 20 61 982-7.7 86 213

ST 16 28 26 17 87

31. kara braxton No. 54 6-6 F Jackson, Mich. Pts.-Avg. 263-8.0 328-9.9 369-11.5 228-7.6 1188-9.3

26. sherelle warren No. 54 6-3 C dyersburg, tenn. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 87 32-1 109-188 .580 88 31-24 187-316 .592 89 30-9 127-225 .564 90 29-5 59-118 .500 122-39 482-847 .569

FT-FTA 48-72 70-101 57-79 35-56 210-308

Pct. .667 .693 .722 .625 .682

Reb.-Avg. A BL 144-4.5 22 11 197-6.4 14 19 149-5.0 26 16 100-3.5 26 10 590-4.8 88 56

ST 17 20 20 16 73

Pts.-Avg. 266-8.3 444-14.3 311-10.4 153-5.3 1174-9.6

Sea. 02 03 04

G-GS 30-25 21-14 20-17 71-56

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL ST Pts.-Avg. 198-367 .540 92-147 .626 205-6.8 68 59 54 489-16.3 134-243 .551 60-82 .732 153-7.3 52 43 30 330-15.7 108-226 .478 57-88 .648 160-8.0 23 25 27 274-13.7 440-836 .526 209-317 .659 518-7.3 143 127 111 1093-15.4

32. megan darrah No. 24 6-3 G/F Moreland, Ga. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 05 34-3 68-200 .340 06 32-32 114-290 .393 07 34-27 84-207 .406 08 32-32 99-269 .368 132-94 365-966 .378

FT-FTA 30-42 49-59 47-58 45-56 171-215

Pct. .714 .831 .810 .804 .795

Reb.-Avg. A BL 108-3.2 30 9 151-4.7 81 12 156-4.6 59 11 149-4.7 66 11 564-4.3 236 43

ST 19 20 32 35 106

Pts.-Avg. 193-5.7 326-10.2 253-7.4 292-9.1 1064-8.1

27. Alexis Kendrick No. 31 5-7 G inglewood, calif.

33. Saudia Roundtree No. 10 5-7 G anderson, S.C.

28. cynthia collins No. 35 5-11 F danielsville, Ga.

34. Anne Marie Armstrong No. 3 6-3 G/F Norcross, Ga.

Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 03 31-31 121-320 .378 89-105 04 35-35 110-314 .350 62-75 05 34-34 74-199 .372 54-71 81-184 .440 47-62 06 32-32 132-132 386-1017 .380 252-313

Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 80 28-28 164-292 .562 78-149 81 35-33 152-298 .510 110-189 82 25-21 68-163 .417 40-84 49-95 .516 24-72 83 34-22 122-104 433-848 .511 252-494

Pct. .848 .827 .761 .758 .805

Pct. .523 .589 .476 .333 .510

Reb.-Avg. A BL 112-3.6 158 1 137-3.9 155 1 135-4.0 117 2 120-3.8 115 1 504-3.8 545 5

Reb.-Avg. A BL 283-10.1 17 10 304-8.6 52 9 158-6.3 69 6 116-3.4 50 6 861-7.1 188 31

ST 55 36 36 51 178

ST 55 56 43 53 207

Pts.-Avg. 372-12.4 323- 9.2 228-6.7 234-7.3 1157-8.8

Pts.-Avg. 406-14.5 414-11.8 176-7.0 122-3.6 1118-9.1

29. Carla Green No. 14 5-9 G Lagrange, Ga. Sea. 86 87 88 89

G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 26-0 21-55 .382 21-29 32-30 146-271 .539 59-96 31-24 110-296 .372 113-153 30-28 135-334 .404 70-98 119-82 412-956 .431 263-376

Pct. .724 .615 .739 .714 .699

Reb.-Avg. A BL 29-1.1 29 0 91-2.8 141 6 94-3.0 147 14 169-5.6 108 5 383-3.2 425 25

ST 15 72 64 87 238

Pct. .730 .942 .862 .839 .852

Reb.-Avg. A BL 80-2.4 47 4 66-2.2 45 2 87-3.1 71 8 68-2.0 76 2 301-2.4 239 16

ST 35 26 41 28 130

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G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 33-32 185-442 .419 105-150 33-33 197-486 .405 130-174 66-65 382-928 .412 235-324

Pts.-Avg. 235-7.1 235-7.8 381-13.6 260-7.7 1111-8.9

Pct. .700 .747 .725

Reb.-Avg. A BL 155-4.7 226 4 184-5.6 195 1 339-5.1 421 5

ST Pts.-Avg. 63 487-14.8 76 551-16.7 139 1038-15.7

Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A BL ST Pts.-Avg. 10 34-3 71-159 .447 12-25 .480 84-2.5 23 21 18 177-5.2

11 34-18 12 31-28 13 34-29 133-78

86-234 141-309 90-258 388-960

.368 29-45 .456 50-66 .349 45-56 .404 136-192

Fastest To 1,000 Points

Pts.-Avg. 63-2.4 351-11.0 347-11.2 354-11.8 1115-9.4

30. pam irwin-osbolt No. 3 5-10 G decatur, tenn. Sea. G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 96 33-0 91-199 .457 27-37 97 30-4 78-202 .386 49-52 98 28-28 144-314 .459 50-58 99 34-15 88-200 .440 47-56 125-47 401-915 .438 173-203

Sea. 95 96

Rk. Player Games 1. Janet Harris 46 2. Tasha Humphrey 52 3. Coco Miller 57 Kelly Miller 57 5. Kara Braxton 62 6. Saudia Roundtree 64 Wanda Holloway 64 8. Tammy Jenkins 66 9. La’Keshia Frett 68 10. Tracy Henderson 74 Teresa Edwards 74

.644 .758 .804 .708

137-4.0 191-6.2 174-5.1 586-4.4

53 92 77 245

32 33 36 122

33 69 47 167

238-7.0 355-11.5 245-7.2 1015-7.6

Fastest To 2,000 Points

Rk. Player Games 1. Janet Harris 100 2. Tasha Humphrey 111 3. Katrina McClain 116 4. Coco Miller 121 Kelly Miller 121


year-by-year results Sea. Rec. Pct. H A 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

3-13 .188 8-9 .471 11-9 .550 2-19 .095 7-16 .304 6-19 .240 16-12 .571 27-10 .730 21-9 .700 27-7 .794 30-3 .909 29-5 .853 30-2 .938 27-5 .844 21-10 .677 23-7 .767 25-5 .833 28-4 .875 19-11 .633 21-13 .618 17-11 .607

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

N SEC Pct. H A Head Coach

1-5 0-2 Flossie M. Love 1-5 2-1 Elsa Heimerer 3-5 2-2 Elsa Heimerer 0-8 1-1 Elsa Heimerer 2-7 2-2 Dave Lucey 2-12 0-1 Carolyn Lehr 5-5 0-3 Andy Landers 7-5 10-3 Andy Landers 5-4 7-3 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 Andy Landers 8-4 8-2 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 Andy Landers 6-3 9-0 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 Andy Landers 13-2 4-2 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 Andy Landers 13-1 2-1 9-0 1.000 4-0 5-0 Andy Landers 8-3 6-2 7-2 .778 5-0 2-2 Andy Landers 10-5 3-1 5-4 .556 2-2 3-2 Andy Landers 9-4 3-2 6-3 .667 4-1 2-2 Andy Landers 9-3 4-1 6-3 .667 4-0 2-3 Andy Landers 9-2 4-2 9-0 1.000 5-0 4-0 Andy Landers 8-6 2-1 6-5 .545 3-2 3-3 Andy Landers 4-6 5-4 4-7 .364 3-3 1-4 Andy Landers 4-7 4-2 5-6 .455 3-2 2-4 Andy Landers

All-Time Head Coaches

Coach Years Sea. Rec. Pct. Flossie M. Love Elsa Heimerer Dave Lucey Carolyn Lehr Andy Landers Totals

1973-74 1974-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-13 1973-13

1 3-13 .188 3 21-37 .362 1 7-16 .304 1 6-19 .240 34 823-275 .750 40 860-360 .705

Record by location

Overall SEC Rec. Pct. Rec. Pct. Home 418-96 .813 150-42 .781 Road 276-179 .607 110-83 .570 Neutral 166-85 .661

Sea. Rec. Pct. H A 1994-95 28-5 .848 1995-96 28-5 .848 1996-97 25-6 .806 1997-98 17-11 .607 1998-99 27-7 .794 1999-00 32-4 .889 2000-01 27-6 .818 2001-02 19-11 .633 2002-03 21-10 .677 2003-04 25-10 .714 2004-05 24-10 .706 2005-06 23-9 .719 2006-07 27-7 .794 2007-08 23-10 .697 2008-09 18-14 .563 2009-10 25-9 .735 2010-11 23-11 .676 2011-12 22-9 .710 2012-13 28-7 .800 Overall: 860-360 .705 SEC: 260-125 .675

N SEC Pct. H A Head Coach

13-2 11-1 4-2 8-3 .727 12-0 9-3 7-2 10-1 .909 12-2 9-1 4-3 11-1 .917 7-4 8-4 2-3 8-6 .571 12-2 8-3 7-2 9-5 .643 11-1 13-1 8-2 13-1 .929 14-1 7-4 6-1 11-3 .786 9-4 7-5 3-2 6-8 .429 14-0 7-7 0-3 10-4 .714 10-2 7-6 8-2 8-6 .571 13-2 5-5 6-3 9-5 .643 9-2 10-3 4-4 10-4 .714 11-2 10-2 6-3 11-3 .786 13-3 5-5 5-2 8-6 .571 11-3 4-9 3-2 7-7 .500 14-2 7-5 4-2 9-7 .563 12-2 7-6 4-3 10-6 .625 13-2 7-3 2-4 11-5 .646 15-1 8-4 5-2 12-4 .750 418-96 276-179 166-85 150-42 110-83

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 6-2 6-2 6-2 7-1

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

There for Both Firsts

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. “Georgia didn’t have basketball before then and that’s one of the reasons I went to Middle Georgia,” Fuller, now Bunny Harris, recalled. “I had never played in a game where both the time and the score were kept on a chalk board.” (photo above left) Fuller then transferred to UGA where she was a twoyear letterwinner. As a senior in 1975-76, Fuller was

a member of the first team to play in the Coliseum. She scored 11 points in a 74-48 win overTift 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 for those Lady Bulldogs, who finished 11-9 to secure the program’s first winning season.

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Season-by-season results 1973-74 Season

Record: Head Coach:

3-13 Flossie M. Love

1/12 L Middle Georgia 1/17 W DeKalb 1/18 L at North Georgia 1/22 L Mercer 1/24 W at DeKalb 1/29 L West Georgia 2/1 L at Mercer 2/2 L at Tift 2/6 L at West Georgia 2/8 L Fort Valley 2/13 W Tift 2/15 L Berry 2/18 L at Berry 2/26 L North Georgia 3/1 L 1 vs. Mercer 3/2 L 1 vs. Shorter 1 GAIAW Tournament (Clarkston, Ga.)

1975-76 Season

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 Season

Record: 8-9 Head Coach: Elsa Heimerer

1/10 L at Valdosta State 1/11 L at Georgia Southern 1/15 L at Fort Valley 1/17 W Georgia Southern 1/18 L Valdosta State 1/22 L at Berry 1/24 W Tift 1/25 W Georgia Tech 1/29 W North Georgia 2/4 L Berry 2/7 W Auburn 2/11 L Fort Valley 2/13 W 1 vs. Furman 2/14 L 1 at Winthrop 2/18 W at North Georgia 2/21 W 2 vs. Savannah State 2/21 L 2 vs. Mercer 1 Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) 2 GAIAW Tournament (Statesboro)

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

Record: 11-9 Head Coach: Elsa Heimerer

1/9 W Tift 1/10 W Georgia Tech 1/13 L Mercer 1/16 L at Valdosta State 1/17 L at Fort Valley 1/21 L at West Georgia 1/23 W North Georgia 1/28 W Albany State 1/30 W at Tift 2/4 W West Georgia 2/7 L Valdosta State 2/9 W at Mercer 2/12 L 1 vs. East Carolina 2/13 W 1 vs. South Carolina 2/14 W 1 at Winthrop 2/14 L 1 vs. Western Carolina 2/17 L at North Georgia 2/19 W Fort Valley 2/23 W at Georgia Tech 2/27 L 2 vs. Shorter 1 Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) 2 GAIAW Tournament (Statesboro, Ga.)

1977-78 Season

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 Season

Record: Head Coach:

2-19 Elsa Heimerer

11/18 L at Georgia Southern 11/19 L at Valdosta State 1/6 L at North Georgia 1/8 L Valdosta State 1/10 L Albany State 1/14 L Georgia State 1/17 L at Fort Valley 1/19 L at Shorter 1/22 L Mississippi State 1/24 L Alabama 1/ L Mercer 1/31 L at Georgia State 2/ L Shorter 2/4 L at Albany State 2/7 W Fort Valley 2/12 L Georgia Southern 2/14 L at Mercer 2/17 W 1 vs. East Carolina 2/18 L 1 vs. Anderson JC 2/22 L West Georgia 2/28 L North Georgia 1 Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.)

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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

Record: Head Coach:

7-16 Dave Lucey

11/15 W at Albany State 11/17 L at Georgia Southern 11/30 L Shorter 12/2 W North Georgia 1/4 L Florida 1/7 L at Mercer 1/10 W at North Georgia 1/14 L Fort Valley 1/16 L Albany State 1/18 L at West Georgia 1/21 L at Mississippi State 1/23 L at Fort Valley 1/28 L at Shorter 1/30 L Georgia State 2/4 W West Georgia 2/6 L Mercer 2/9 L 1 vs. South Carolina 2/10 W 1 vs. East Tennessee State 2/11 W 1 vs. Anderson JC 2/12 L 1 vs. East Carolina 2/16 L at Georgia State 2/18 W Georgia Southern 2/23 L 2 at 15 Valdosta State 1 Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) 2 GAIAW Tournament (Valdosta)

1978-79 Season

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

Record: Head Coach:

6-19 Carolyn Lehr

11/13 L at Mercer 11/17 L at Albany State 11/18 L at Florida 11/21 L Georgia Southern 11/27 L at Clemson 12/1 W at Presbyterian 12/2 L at North Georgia (OT) 1/4 L 1 at Mississippi State 1/5 L 1 vs. Florida 1/11 L Albany State 1/13 L Georgia State 1/17 L Erskine 1/18 W at West Georgia 1/20 L at Vanderbilt 1/22 L at Fort Valley 1/26 L at Georgia Southern 1/29 L at Erskine 2/1 L Fort Valley 2/3 L at Alabama 2/5 L at Georgia State 2/6 W Furman 2/12 W West Georgia 2/14 L Mercer 2/17 W Vanderbilt 2/20 W Presbyterian 1 Lady Bulldog Tournament (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


Season-by-season results & Stats 1979-80 Season

Record: Head Coach:

16-12 Andy Landers

11/10 W Piedmont 11/14 W at Alabama-Huntsville 11/20 L at Albany State 11/28 L Clemson 11/30 W Georgia Tech 12/8 W West Georgia 12/10 L Georgia Southern 12/15 W Florida 12/17 W Albany State 12/19 W Mississippi State 1/2 W at Florida 1/4 L at Georgia State 1/7 W USC-Aiken 1/9 L Georgia State 1/12 W No. 17 Mercer (OT) 1/16 W at Georgia Tech 1/18 L 1 at No. 18 Kentucky 1/19 L 1 vs. Miami (Ohio) 1/23 W UNC Asheville 1/26 L Valdosta State 1/28 W at Piedmont 1/30 W North Georgia 2/2 L at Georgia Southern (OT) 2/7 L 2 vs. Ole Miss 2/13 L at Mercer 2/16 W Auburn 2/18 W at Valdosta State (2OT) 2/21 L 3 vs. Valdosta State 1 Lady Kat Invitational (Lexington, Ky.) 2 SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.) 3 GAIAW Tournament

1979-80 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 16-12 ◊ Home: 11-4 ◊ Road: 5-5 ◊ Neutral: 0-3)

88-69 73-46 76-79 81-83 97-78 83-70 56-68 85-71 98-72 88-76 79-66 58-64 79-63 69-72 87-85 78-77 61-82 64-72 98-53 65-69 83-66 87-42 63-65 70-80 74-113 79-71 99-96 65-74

Player GP FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A S Pts.-Avg. Locke 27 236-555 .425 84-121 .694 94-3.5 123 114 556-20.6 28 164-292 .562 78-149 .523 283-10.1 17 55 406-14.5 Collins 28 134-315 .425 88-121 .727 179-6.4 27 26 356-12.7 Dunlap 28 89-179 .497 48-65 .738 148-5.3 11 26 226-8.1 Hartley Duncan 25 85-200 .425 38-66 .576 147-5.9 33 28 208-8.3 28 75-163 .460 36-67 .537 130-4.6 26 20 186-6.6 Edwards 26 54-122 .443 17-34 .500 74-2.8 101 39 125-4.8 Stone 22 21-52 .404 7-11 .636 11-0.5 11 6 49-2.2 Taylor Arndt 21 6-27 .222 13-29 .448 9-0.4 10 5 25-1.2 .333 0-4 .000 13-0.8 6 6 20-1.1 Broome 17 10-30 .200 3-7 .429 13-1.4 3 1 11-1.2 Madden 9 4-20 Others 2-5 5-7 8 9-0.3 TEAM 168-6.0 Georgia 28 880-1960 .449 417-681 .612 1275-45.5 375 326 2177-77.8 Opponents 28 862-1948 .443 298-485 .614 1227-43.8 355 – 2022-72.2

1980-81 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 27-10 ◊ Home: 10-2* ◊ Road: 7-5 ◊ Neutral: 10-3)

Player GP FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A S Pts.-Avg. 34 261-504 .518 76-137 .555 313-9.2 11 30 598-17.6 Mitchell Holloway 37 229-391 .586 62-90 .689 392-10.6 29 55 522-14.1 35 152-298 .510 110-189 .582 304-8.6 52 56 414-11.8 Collins 37 187-425 .440 27-43 .628 73-2.0 185 104 401-10.8 Locke 31 98-204 .480 25-38 .658 97-3.1 46 32 219-7.1 Harrell 37 95-197 .482 37-52 .712 104-2.8 52 37 227-6.1 Malone 37 73-183 .398 36-47 .766 65-1.8 110 84 182-4.9 Sims 10 35-78 .449 11-12 .917 18-1.8 20 5 81-8.1 Murray 33 26-74 .351 29-48 .604 113-3.4 23 15 81-2.5 Dunlap 11 10-19 .526 6-7 .857 16-1.5 3 0 26-2.4 Edwards Parker 22 11-26 .423 10-23 .435 33-1.6 3 4 32-1.5 6-17 .375 10-12 .833 1-0.1 3 2 22-1.2 Williamson 18 19 5-13 .384 3-8 .375 17-0.9 0 0 13-0.8 Miller 25 45-128 .352 28-39 .718 39-1.6 81 37 118-4.7 Autry TEAM 134-3.6 37 1234-2554 .483 470-748 .628 1717-46.4 618 461 2938-79.4 Georgia Opponents 37 992-2411 .411 502-757 .663 1403-37.9 421 – 2486-67.2 * 10-2 home record includes a win over Oral Roberts and a loss to Tennesse in Marietta.

1980-81 Season

NWIT Champions

Record: Head Coach:

27-10 Andy Landers

11/19 W at Albany State 11/22 W # Oral Roberts 11/25 W Georgia Tech 12/6 W UT-Chattanooga 12/10 W at Arkansas 12/12 W at Tulsa 12/13 L at Oral Roberts 12/17 L # No. 6 Tennessee (OT) 12/20 W Georgia State 12/29 W vs. Virginia Tech 12/31 L at UT-Chattanooga 1/5 W at Mercer 1/9 L 1 vs. Alabama 1/10 W 1 vs. Appalachian State 1/12 W Georgia Tech 1/15 W at Valdosta State 1/17 W at Florida 1/21 L Albany State 1/24 W Georgia Southern 1/26 L at Georgia State 1/29 W 2 vs. Ole Miss 1/30 L 2 vs. Alabama 1/31 W 2 vs. No. 7 Kentucky 2/4 L at Georgia Southern 2/7 W Valdosta State 2/11 W Mercer 2/14 W Alabama-Huntsville 2/16 W Vanderbilt 2/18 W at Furman 2/21 L at No. 20 Auburn 2/26 W 3 vs. Georgia Tech 2/27 W 3 vs. Albany State 2/28 W 3 vs. Georgia Southern 3/12 L 4 vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3/26 W 5 vs. Pittsburgh 3/27 W 5 vs. California 3/28 W 5 vs. Arizona State (OT) # Home Games Played in Marietta, Ga. 1 Clemson Invitational (Clemson, S.C.) 2 SEC Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.) 3 GAIAW Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) 4 AIAW Region III Tournament (Valdosta, Ga.) 5 NWIT (Amarillo, Texas)

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

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Season-by-season results & Stats 1981-82 Season

NCAA Runner-up

Record: Head Coach:

21-9 Andy Landers

11/27 L No. 12 1 vs. Valdosta State 82-83 94-74 11/28 W No. 12 1 vs. McNeese State 11/30 W No. 16 at Florida 89-76 91-76 12/2 W No. 16 Berry 12/4 W No. 16 Georgia Tech 86-43 12/12 W No. 14 at Mercer 76-70 12/17 W No. 9 2 vs. Mississippi State 75-56 12/18 W No. 9 2 vs. Memphis State 80-68 76-65 12/19 W No. 9 2 vs. Northern Illinois 1/3 L No. 11 at No. 14 Kentucky 59-62 1/6 L No. 11 at Georgia State (OT) 77-79 92-77 1/9 W No. 11 Florida 1/17 W No. 13 Tennessee 66-63 64-76 1/22 L No. 13 3 vs. Drake 1/23 W No. 13 3 vs. Syracuse 91-46 1/27 L No. 16 # No. 1 Louisiana Tech 60-83 1/30 W No. 16 No. 12 South Carolina (OT) 82-75 2/1 W No. 15 Georgia State 98-60 94-74 2/3 W No. 15 Tennessee Tech 2/6 L No. 15 No. 11 Kentucky 76-77 2/8 W No. 15 at Georgia Tech 69-52 52-65 2/11 L No. 15 at No. 20 Tennessee 2/13 W No. 15 at UT-Chattanooga 86-70 78-63 2/17 W No. 19 at Vanderbilt 2/20 W No. 19 Miami (Fla.) 91-51 79-63 2/22 W No. 18 Vanderbilt 2/25 W No. 18 4 vs. No. 19 Auburn 66-65 2/26 L No. 18 4 vs. No. 8 Tennessee 44-55 2/28 W No. 18 4 vs. LSU 77-66 3/12 L No. 18 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 Tournament (Lexington, Ky.) 5 NCAA 1st Round (Tempe, Ariz.)

1981-82 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 21-9 ◊ Home: 9-2* ◊ Road: 5-4 ◊ Neutral: 7-3)

Player GP FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A S B S Pts.-Avg. Harris 30-29 281-527 .533 101-160 .631 371-12.4 55 79 11 76 663-22.1 Holloway 30-30 208-411 .506 88-114 .772 283-9.4 34 64 42 58 504-16.8 54-1.9 83 66 3 38 314-11.2 Malone 28-27 144-309 .466 26-31 .839 25-21 68-163 .417 40-84 .476 158-6.3 69 50 1 43 176-7.0 Collins 37-1.4 37 45 2 36 183-6.8 Greeson 27-3 63-163 .387 57-85 .671 30-25 76-196 .388 27-38 .711 43-1.4 90 70 2 41 179-6.0 Sims 29-5 63-132 .477 33-52 .635 35-1.2 50 60 0 44 159-5.5 Abrams 27-10 24-58 .413 10-16 .650 73-2.7 31 25 5 15 58-2.1 Dunlap Easley 27-0 25-59 .424 9-22 .409 62-2.3 3 22 23 11 55-2.0 Carrandi 13-0 8-16 .500 2-4 .500 8-0.6 10 13 1 7 18-1.4 5-18 .277 2-8 .250 18-1.1 2 7 0 4 12-0.8 Edwards 16-0 5-0 4-10 .400 0-1 .000 2-0.4 1 2 0 1 8-1.6 Others TEAM 105-3.5 Georgia 30 969-2045 .474 389-604 .644 1235-41.2 455 503 90 374 2327-77.6 Opponents 30 827-1826 .452 379-548 .692 1102-36.7 397 484 89 383 2033-67.8 * 9-2 home record includes a loss to Louisana Tech in Marietta.

1982-83 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 27-7 ◊ Home: 11-1* ◊ Road: 8-4 ◊ Neutral: 8-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. .557 94-155 .606 397-117 42 113 21 61 692-20.4 Harris 34-34 1226-36.1 299-537 O’Connor 34-32 1073-31.6 184-370 .497 95-125 .760 193-5.7 67 84 29 37 463-13.6 .475 112-152 .737 258-7.6 30 65 22 52 450-13.2 Holloway 34-14 893-26.3 169-356 52-82 .634 73-2.2 100 79 9 70 430-13.0 Edwards 33-31 925-27.2 189-412 .459 .516 24-72 .333 116-3.4 50 48 6 53 122-3.6 Collins 34-22 686-20.2 49-95 34-8 581-17.1 49-126 .389 24-35 .727 50-1.5 115 53 1 39 122-3.6 Sims 30-0 291-8.6 48-119 .403 7-11 .636 17-0.6 23 38 0 11 103-3.4 Gardner .443 22-37 .597 48-1.5 83 79 1 47 108-3.3 Abrams 33-26 697-21.1 43-97 .345 15-21 .714 36-1.2 50 26 5 19 97-3.0 Malone 32-5 363-10.6 41-119 .385 3-4 .750 4-0.3 4 2 0 1 13-1.0 Carrandi 13-0 47-1.4 5-13 8-0 19-0.6 1-9 .111 0-0 .000 8-1.0 0 0 3 1 2-0.2 Easley TEAM 154-4.5 Georgia 34 6830 1077-2248 .479 448-688 .651 1363-40.1 561 578 97 391 2602-76.5 Opponents 34 6830 868-1954 .444 456-667 .684 1200-35.3 443 – – – 2192-64.5 * 11-1 home record includes a win over Kansas State in Marietta.

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SEC Champions NCAA Final Four

Record: AP Rank: Head Coach:

27-7 No. 9 Andy Landers

11/26 W No. 7 1 vs. No. 14 Rutgers 11/27 L No. 7 1 vs. UCLA 12/1 W No. 12 Berry College 12/4 W No. 12 Georgia Tech 12/11 W No. 13 Florida 12/15 W No. 11 at Clemson 12/30 W No. 9 2 vs. Minnesota 12/31 W No. 9 2 vs. Appalachian State 1/3 W No. 9 at Georgia State 1/6 W No. 9 # Kansas State 1/8 W No. 9 Vanderbilt 1/10 W No. 8 at Florida 1/11 W No. 8 at Mercer 1/16 L No. 9 No. 7 Tennessee 1/21 W No. 9 3 vs. East Carolina 1/22 W No. 9 3 at South Carolina 1/26 W No. 9 Georgia State 1/30 L No. 10 at No. 7 Kentucky (OT) 1/31 W No. 10 at Eastern Kentucky 2/6 L No. 10 at Vanderbilt 2/7 W No. 10 at Tennessee Tech 2/9 W No. 10 UT-Chattanooga 2/12 L No. 10 at No. 6 Tennessee 2/14 L No. 12 at No. 14 Auburn 2/20 W No. 12 No. 8 Kentucky 2/26 W No. 12 Mercer (OT) 2/28 W No. 12 Clemson 3/3 W No. 12 4 vs. No. 19 LSU 3/4 W No. 12 4 at No. 8 Tennessee 3/5 W No. 12 4 vs. No. 15 Ole Miss 3/19 W No. 8 5 No. 18 North Carolina 3/25 W No. 8 6 vs. Indiana 3/27 W No. 8 6 vs. No. 9 Tennessee 4/1 L No. 8 7 vs. No. 2 Southern Cal 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 Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.) 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 6 NCAA Mideast Regional (South Bend, Ind.) 7 NCAA Final Four (Norfolk, Va.)

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


Season-by-season results & Stats 1983-84 Season

SEC Champions NCAA ''elite eight''

Record: AP Rank: Head Coach:

30-3 No. 3 Andy Landers

11/25 W No. 3 1 vs. St. John’s 11/26 W No. 3 1 vs. Bowling Green 12/2 W No. 3 at Georgia Tech 12/3 W No. 3 Dist. of Columbia 12/12 W No. 3 at No. 4 Texas 12/15 L No. 3 at No. 1 Southern Cal 12/18 W No. 3 2 vs. Oregon 12/19 W No. 3 2 at Portland State 12/20 W No. 3 2 vs. Oregon State 12/29 W No. 3 3 vs. Miami (Ohio) 12/30 W No. 3 3 vs. No. 17 Clemson 1/3 W No. 3 No. 12 N.C. State 1/7 W No. 3 at Kentucky 1/12 W No. 2 Stephen F. Austin 1/14 W No. 2 Vanderbilt 1/16 W No. 2 Florida 1/22 L No. 4 at No. 11 Tennessee 1/26 W No. 4 at UT-Chattanooga 1/28 W No. 4 Augusta College 1/30 W No. 4 Mercer 2/2 W No. 4 at Georgia State 2/5 W No. 4 Kentucky 2/12 W No. 4 at Vanderbilt 2/15 W No. 4 No. 15 Auburn 2/19 W No. 4 No. 10 Tennessee 2/22 W No. 4 South Florida 2/25 W No. 4 at Florida 3/1 W No. 4 4 No. 18 Auburn 3/2 W No. 4 4 No. 9 LSU 3/3 W No. 4 4 No. 12 Alabama 3/17 W No. 3 5 Louisville 3/23 W No. 3 6 vs. No. 10 Ole Miss 3/25 L No. 3 6 at No. 15 Tennessee 1 Detroit Classic (Detroit, Mich.) 2 Giusti Tournament (Portland, Ore.) 3 Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) 4 SEC Tournament (Athens) 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 6 NCAA Mideast Regional (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

1983-84 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 30-3 ◊ Home: 15-0 ◊ Road: 6-3 ◊ Neutral: 9-0)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Harris 33-32 995-30.2 249-472 .528 88-126 .698 279-8.5 69 84 18 68 586-17.8 51-65 .785 81-2.5 189 116 14 81 465-14.1 Edwards 33-33 947-28.7 207-395 .524 .592 55-76 .724 230-7.0 41 62 24 36 357-10.8 Holloway 33-31 791-23.9 151-255 .695 66-95 .695 254-7.7 27 48 43 46 340-10.3 McClain 33-8 675-20.4 137-197 56-76 .737 168-5.1 93 76 13 54 310-9.4 O’Connor 33-29 949-28.8 127-285 .446 .495 24-41 .585 33-1.0 53 45 0 27 234-7.3 Gardner 32-2 550-17.2 105-212 .492 18-22 .818 43-1.8 102 67 3 47 210-6.4 Malone 33-31 746-22.6 96-195 32-0 357-11.2 65-142 .458 20-30 .667 75-2.3 13 32 53 21 150-4.7 Bootz .532 10-21 .476 32-1.1 39 45 0 25 60-2.1 Abrams 29-1 299-10.3 25-47 Frasier 19-0 132-6.9 10-33 .303 18-25 .720 13-0.7 15 16 0 7 38-2.0 .267 7-9 .778 5-0.4 8 8 0 2 23-1.9 Weaver 12-0 70-2.5 8-30 8-0 46-5.8 8-19 .421 5-10 .500 19-2.4 3 5 0 4 21-2.6 Easley TEAM 138-4.2 33 6600 1188-2284 .520 419-599 .699 1379-41.8 657 606 168 353 2795-85.0 Georgia Opponents 33 6600 782-1919 .408 477-736 .648 1151-34.9 454 – – – 2041-61.8

1984-85 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 29-5 ◊ Home: 12-1 ◊ Road: 13-2 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 34-33 1195-35.1 298-503 .592 104-147 .707 351-10.3 74 95 8 74 700-20.6 Harris Edwards 30-29 1020-34.0 203-385 .527 58-79 .734 84-2.8 188 106 13 100 464-15.5 .626 70-105 .667 234-8.1 30 66 87 44 398-13.7 McClain 29-21 801-27.6 164-262 66-78 .846 174-5.1 115 67 6 35 372-10.9 O’Connor 34-34 1143-33.6 153-303 .505 34-16 546-16.1 100-209 .478 43-55 .782 113-3.3 27 53 33 15 243-7.1 Bootz .523 17-22 .773 35-1.1 67 46 0 40 225-7.0 Gardner 32-10 563-17.6 104-199 33-14 663-20.1 95-212 .448 37-63 .587 62-1.9 90 76 1 47 227-6.9 Waites .311 16-26 .615 34-1.5 6 7 5 2 54-2.5 Inman 22-0 170-7.7 19-61 Abrams 33-16 496-15.0 26-51 .510 21-28 .750 36-1.1 69 55 0 44 73-2.2 Acosta 20-0 185-9.3 9-15 .600 10-24 .417 29-1.5 3 18 1 6 28-1.4 5-0 43-8.6 2-9 .222 4-6 .667 4-0.8 7 6 0 3 8-1.6 Frasier TEAM 117-3.4 Georgia 34 6825 1173-2209 .531 446-633 .705 1273-37.4 676 595 154 410 2792-82.1 Opponents 34 6825 905-2173 .416 397-591 .672 1290-37.9 426 797 59 265 2204-64.8

1984-85 Season

NCAA Runner-up

Record: AP Rank: Head Coach:

29-5 No. 8 Andy Landers

11/21 W No. 1 at Middle Tennessee 11/23 W No. 1 at Tennessee State 11/26 L No. 1 No. 3 Texas 11/29 W No. 1 at Georgia Tech 12/2 W No. 3 UT-Chattanooga 12/9 W No. 3 No. 15 Tennessee 12/10 W No. 3 Georgia Southern 12/12 L No. 3 at Western Ky. (OT) 12/14 W No. 3 1 vs. No. 16 Texas Tech 12/15 W No. 3 1 at No. 18 Missouri 12/28 W No. 6 2 vs. No. 14 Rutgers 12/29 W No. 6 2 at No. 9 Ohio State 1/2 W No. 6 at Cincinnati 1/3 W No. 6 at Xavier (Ohio) 1/6 W No. 5 No. 6 Southern Cal 1/12 W No. 5 at Florida 1/14 W No. 5 at Mercer 1/17 W No. 5 at Georgia Southern 1/19 W No. 5 Florida 1/21 W No. 5 Florida A&M 1/27 W No. 5 at Vanderbilt 1/29 L No. 5 at No. 17 Kentucky 2/2 W No. 5 at Tennessee 2/6 W No. 7 Tennessee State 2/10 W No. 7 Vanderbilt 2/13 W No. 7 Georgia State 2/17 W No. 6 Kentucky 2/28 W No. 6 3 Vanderbilt 3/3 L No. 8 3 vs. No. 9 Auburn 3/16 W No. 8 4 Tennessee Tech 3/21 W No. 8 5 at No. 18 UCLA 3/23 W No. 8 5 vs. No. 3 Long Beach State 3/29 W No. 8 6 vs. No. 14 Western Ky. 3/31 L No. 8 6 vs. No. 5 Old Dominion 1 Mid-America Classic (Columbia, Mo.) 2 Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) 3 SEC Tournament (Athens & Oxford, Miss.) 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 5 NCAA West Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) 6 NCAA Final Four (Austin, Texas)

84-73 86-69 69-83 100-69 91-61 78-72 76-56 67-72 80-68 70-67 80-62 58-57 89-61 106-38 77-56 88-73 94-78 86-59 67-56 85-50 83-67 57-61 72-56 102-55 95-71 99-57 87-65 79-67 65-80 91-74 78-42 97-82 91-78 65-70

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Season-by-season results & Stats 1985-86 Season

SEC Champions NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

30-2 No. 2 No. 4 Andy Landers

11/22 W No. 2 1 vs. Central Michigan 11/23 W No. 2 1 at Tennessee Tech 11/25 W No. 2 at Clemson 11/30 W No. 2 at No. 15 N.C. State 12/2 W No. 2 Middle Tennessee 12/4 W No. 2 Georgia Tech 12/11 W No. 2 Georgia Southern 12/14 W No. 2 # Cincinnati 12/16 W No. 2 at Florida A&M 12/27 W No. 2 2 vs. No. 18 N. Carolina 12/28 L No. 2 2 at No. 3 Southern Cal 12/31 W No. 3 at No. 4 Long Beach State 1/6 W No. 3 at UT-Chattanooga 1/9 W No. 3 at Georgia Southern 1/12 W No. 2 at Vanderbilt 1/18 W No. 2 at No. 9 Auburn 1/22 W No. 2 South Carolina 1/26 W No. 2 at No. 9 Ole Miss 1/29 W No. 2 No. 11 Tennessee 2/2 W No. 2 No. 12 LSU 2/5 W No. 2 at Alabama 2/8 W No. 2 Mississippi State 2/10 W No. 2 No. 4 Western Ky. 2/13 W No. 2 Mercer 2/15 W No. 2 at Florida 2/17 W No. 2 at South Florida 2/23 W No. 2 Kentucky 3/1 W No. 2 3 Alabama 3/2 W No. 2 3 No. 10 Ole Miss 3/3 W No. 2 3 No. 9 LSU 3/15 W No. 2 4 Illinois 3/20 L No. 2 5 vs. No. 15 Tennessee 1 TTU Classic (Cookeville, Tenn.) # Home Game Played in Mari­etta, Ga. 2 TransAmerica Classic (Los Angeles) 3 SEC Tournament (Athens) 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 5 NCAA Mideast Regional (Iowa City, Iowa)

97-55 79-64 87-68 92-67 108-58 93-58 97-67 98-47 90-62 87-70 67-70 93-68 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

1985-86 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 30-2 ◊ Home: 15-0* ◊ Road: 13-1 ◊ Neutral: 2-1)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. McClain 31-30 854-27.5 262-369 .662 137-176 .778 314-10.1 37 59 87 54 661-21.3 Edwards 32-32 1022-31.9 274-491 .558 82-104 .788 146-4.6 176 96 12 91 630-19.7 .481 84-114 .737 193-6.2 72 65 6 30 364-11.7 O’Connor 31-31 958-30.9 140-291 .502 24-30 .800 112-3.6 160 79 5 55 252-8.1 Waites 31-31 842-27.2 114-227 Mikes 31-18 603-19.5 112-211 .531 24-39 .615 63-2.0 73 39 0 46 248-8.0 29-13 438-15.1 72-142 .507 18-28 .643 104-3.6 33 36 36 25 162-5.6 Bootz .517 26-34 .765 29-0.9 34 17 0 27 148-4.9 Gardner 30-0 331-11.0 61-118 66-138 .478 19-26 .731 91-2.8 35 45 5 9 151-4.7 Abrahamson 32-5 570-17.8 .609 11-17 .647 33-1.4 3 10 4 5 61-2.5 Toscas 24-0 126-5.3 25-41 26-0 207-7.9 21-55 .382 21-29 .724 29-1.1 29 36 0 15 63-2.4 Green 25-0 124-4.9 19-29 .655 7-11 .636 23-0.9 10 13 0 5 45-1.8 Smith .476 3-4 .750 4-0.3 11 5 1 2 23-1.5 Frasier 15-0 90-6.0 10-21 .500 4-10 .400 18-0.9 4 12 0 2 24-1.1 Inman 21-0 83-3.9 10-20 .467 9-20 .450 21-0.9 1 4 0 3 23-1.0 Acosta 23-0 152-6.6 7-15 TEAM 104-3.3 32 6400 1193-2195 .544 469-642 .731 1284-40.1 678 516 156 369 2855-89.2 Georgia Opponents 32 6400 825-2032 .406 370-600 .617 1198-37.4 410 695 50 205 2021-63.2 * 15-0 home record includes a win over Cincinnati in Marietta.

1986-87 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 27-5 ◊ Home: 13-0 ◊ Road: 8-3 ◊ Neutral: 6-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. .562 176-240 .733 391-12.2 51 88 73 56 796-24.9 McClain 32-32 1106-34.6 310-552 Green 32-30 1048-32.8 146-271 .539 59-96 .615 91-2.8 141 137 6 72 351-11.0 31-31 695-22.4 127-254 .500 55-85 .647 149-4.8 50 88 51 28 309-10.0 Bootz .454 36-42 .857 162-5.1 95 89 14 34 292-9.1 Abrahmson 32-29 1050-32.8 128-282 Warren 32-1 641-20.0 109-188 .580 48-72 .667 144-4.5 22 50 11 17 266-8.3 Frasier 32-32 1030-32.2 62-155 .400 43-65 .662 89-2.8 142 100 2 61 167-5.2 31-3 375-12.1 51-112 .455 24-37 .649 74-2.4 20 44 1 25 126-4.1 Phillips 32-2 397-12.4 30-61 .492 15-28 .536 59-1.8 52 43 0 25 75-2.3 Kendrick Tempel 11-0 78-7.1 11-25 .440 0-3 .000 14-1.3 0 6 0 0 22-2.0 TEAM 119-3.7 32 6420 974-1900 .513 456-668 .683 1292-40.4 573 645 158 318 2404-75.1 Georgia Opponents 32 6420 785-2014 .390 406-626 .649 1153-36.0 435 604 51 346 1976-61.8

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NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

27-5 No. 6 No. 9 Andy Landers

11/28 W No. 10 1 vs. Grambling 73-51 70-58 11/29 W No. 10 1 vs. South Alabama 11/30 W No. 10 1 vs. Alabama 78-59 116-55 12/4 W No. 9 Valdosta State 12/7 W No. 9 No. 15 Maryland 65-49 12/13 W No. 9 at Northeast Louisiana 69-63 12/15 W No. 9 at Northwestern State (OT) 95-94 12/17 L No. 9 at No. 2 Louisiana Tech 54-79 80-56 12/27 W No. 11 2 vs. Virginia Tech 12/28 W No. 11 2 at Villanova 71-60 1/2 W No. 11 at South Carolina 69-56 78-65 1/4 W No. 11 Florida 1/8 W No. 10 Missouri 80-67 53-84 1/11 L No. 10 at No. 9 LSU 1/15 W No. 12 Clemson 65-62 1/18 W No. 12 at Mississippi State 69-50 72-78 1/24 L No. 12 at No. 3 Tennessee 1/29 W No. 10 at Georgia Tech 72-57 77-55 2/1 W No. 10 Alabama 2/4 W No. 10 at Mercer 88-41 2/8 W No. 10 No. 2 Auburn 72-71 98-50 2/10 W No. 9 UNC-Charlotte 2/15 W No. 9 No. 15 Vanderbilt 89-72 2/16 W No. 8 UT-Chattanooga 100-52 2/22 W No. 8 No. 6 Ole Miss 69-64 2/24 W No. 6 Florida A&M 89-51 2/27 W No. 6 at Kentucky 73-64 3/4 W No. 5 3 vs. Kentucky 67-64 3/5 W No. 5 3 vs. No. 20 Vanderbilt 54-53 3/6 L No. 5 3 vs. No. 2 Auburn 57-83 3/14 W No. 6 4 Kansas 82-51 3/29 L No. 6 5 vs. No. 9 Iowa 60-62 1 Southern Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.) 2 Texaco-Wildcat Christmas Classic (Villanova, Pa.) 3 SEC Tournament (Albany, Ga.) 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 5 NCAA Midwest Regional (Ruston, La.)


Season-by-season results & Stats 1987-88 Season

1987-88 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 21-10 ◊ Home: 8-4 ◊ Road: 10-5 ◊ Neutral: 3-1)

NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

21-10 No. 17 No. 10 Andy Landers

11/28 W No. 10 1 vs. No. 16 S. Illinois 11/29 L No. 10 1 at No. 6 Iowa 12/2 W No. 11 Georgia Tech 12/4 L No. 11 No. 5 Louisiana Tech 12/6 W No. 11 Northeast Louisiana 12/12 W No. 12 at Valdosta State 12/15 L No. 12 at No. 20 Maryland 1217 W No. 12 at Howard 12/19 W No. 12 at Va. Commonwealth 12/28 W No. 17 2 vs. No. 9 Ohio State 12/29 W No. 17 2 at N.C. State 1/3 W No. 17 at Florida State 1/6 W No. 13 at Alabama 1/9 W No. 13 at Florida 1/11 W No. 13 Detroit 1/17 L No. 13 LSU 1/20 W No. 15 No. 9 Long Beach State 1/24 W No. 15 Mississippi State 1/31 L No. 13 No. 4 Tennessee 2/3 W No. 13 South Carolina 2/7 W No. 13 Kentucky 2/10 L No. 13 at No. 3 Auburn 2/13 L No. 13 at Clemson 2/14 W No. 13 at UT-Chattanooga 2/17 W No. 16 at Florida A&M 2/21 W No. 16 at Vanderbilt 2/27 L No. 15 at No. 10 Ole Miss 3/4 W No. 17 3 vs. LSU 3/5 L No. 17 3 vs. No. 3 Tennessee 3/19 W No. 17 4 Western Ky. 3/24 L No. 17 4 No. 3 Auburn 1 Amana Classic (Iowa City, Iowa) 2 Ronald McDonald House Classic (Raleigh, N.C.) 3 SEC Tournament (Albany, Ga.) 4 NCAA Mideast Regional (Athens)

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

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Jenkins 30-29 920-30.7 185-363 .510 0-0 .000 109-180 .606 259-8.6 25 62 32 47 479-16.0 31-24 780-25.2 187-316 .592 0-0 .000 70-101 .693 197-6.4 14 62 19 20 444-14.3 Warren 31-24 960-31.0 110-296 .372 14-43 .326 113-153 .739 94-3.0 147 116 14 64 347-11.2 Green 31-18 622-20.1 112-244 .459 1-6 .167 53-85 .624 132-4.3 35 66 11 38 278-9.0 Phillips Shuler 31-22 753-24.3 78-197 .396 2-7 .286 64-85 .753 114-3.7 128 124 5 69 222-7.2 27-16 558-20.7 57-128 .445 35-68 .515 32-41 .780 33-1.2 49 58 0 28 181-6.7 Berry 31-7 463-14.9 68-147 .463 0-0 .000 22-37 .595 113-3.6 7 37 7 10 158-5.1 Ford 31-9 611-19.7 34-104 .327 8-21 .381 7-13 .538 48-1.5 19 20 1 18 83-2.7 Mitchell DeVore 25-0 212-8.5 18-42 .429 0-0 .000 16-26 .615 57-2.3 7 23 2 4 52-2.1 Tempel 12-0 41-3.4 7-13 .538 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 8-0.7 1 2 1 1 18-1.5 27-6 280-10.4 14-28 .500 0-1 .000 3-10 .300 63-2.3 26 33 4 18 31-1.1 Kendrick 131-4.2 TEAM 31 6200 870-1878 .463 60-146 .411 493-735 .671 1249-40.3 458 603 96 317 2293-74.0 Georgia Opponents 31 6200 791-1903 .416 57-172 .331 419-623 .673 1183-38.2 435 632 71 268 2059-66.4

1988-89 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 23-7 ◊ Home: 11-1 ◊ Road: 9-4 ◊ Neutral: 3-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Jenkins 30-28 848-28.3 170-357 .476 0-0 .000 98-153 .641 229-7.6 27 61 54 27 438-14.6 Green 30-28 860-28.7 135-334 .404 14-40 .350 70-98 .714 169-5.6 108 68 5 87 354-11.8 30-9 628-20.9 127-225 .564 0-0 .000 57-79 .722 149-5.0 26 27 16 20 311-10.4 Warren 26-24 668-25.7 93-206 .452 1-5 .200 63-78 .808 106-4.1 123 92 6 67 250-9.6 Shuler Ford 30-21 608-20.3 111-222 .500 0-0 .000 41-67 .612 151-5.0 11 49 13 21 263-8.8 Berry 30-3 530-17.7 79-191 .414 69-163 .423 19-19 1.000 44-1.5 49 53 2 26 246-8.2 Hardmon 30-22 685-22.8 81-167 .485 0-0 .000 52-82 .634 119-4.0 46 70 7 23 214-7.1 29-7 470-16.2 76-162 .469 6-22 .273 26-37 .703 88-3.0 55 36 1 18 184-6.4 Baldwin 25-2 294-11.8 35-64 .547 0-0 .000 21-26 .808 61-2.4 4 26 0 6 91-3.6 DeVore 2-0 11-5.5 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0.5 0 2 0 0 6-3.0 Phillips Kendrick 26-6 356-13.7 24-62 .387 0-0 .000 8-24 .333 73-2.8 26 39 2 24 56-2.2 Walker 9-0 42-4.7 2-11 .182 0-3 .000 4-4 1.000 6-0.7 5 6 0 1 8-0.9 TEAM 125-4.2 30 6000 936-2005 .467 90-233 .386 459-667 .688 1321-44.0 480 529 106 320 2421-80.7 Georgia Opponents 30 6000 721-1859 .388 73-217 .336 421-641 .657 1142-38.1 394 622 65 225 1936-64.5

1988-89 Season

NCAA 2nd round

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

23-7 No. 10 No. 18 Andy Landers

11/25 W No. 4 1 at Cincinnati 11/26 W No. 4 1 vs. No. 16 N.C. State 11/29 W No. 3 at Georgia Tech 12/3 W No. 3 Stetson 12/10 W No. 2 at Northeast Louisiana 12/13 L No. 2 at No. 3 Louisiana Tech 12/15 W No. 2 at Central Michigan 12/17 W No. 2 at Michigan State 12/19 W No. 4 at Detroit 12/28 L No. 4 2 vs. Oklahoma State 12/29 W No. 4 2 vs. South Alabama 12/30 W No. 4 at Southern Utah State 1/8 W No. 7 Florida 1/12 W No. 6 at No. 16 South Carolina 1/14 W No. 6 Vanderbilt 1/16 W No. 6 No. 20 Clemson 1/18 W No. 6 Tennessee State 1/22 W No. 6 No. 4 Ole Miss 1/26 W No. 5 S.C. State 1/29 L No. 5 at No. 2 Tennessee 2/4 W No. 5 at Kentucky 2/11 W No. 5 Alabama 2/16 W No. 5 Florida State 2/18 W No. 5 at Mississippi State 2/22 W No. 5 Howard 2/25 L No. 5 at LSU 2/28 L No. 8 No. 1 Auburn 3/3 L No. 8 3 vs. No. 12 Ole Miss 3/15 W No. 10 4 UT-Chattanooga 3/18 L No. 10 5 at Clemson 1 Hall of Fame Classic (Cincinnati, Ohio) 2 UNLV Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 3 SEC Tournament (Albany, Ga.) 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 5 NCAA Mideast Regional (Clemson, S.C.).

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

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Season-by-season results & Stats 1989-90 Season

NCAA 2nd round

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

25-5 No. 7 No. 13 Andy Landers

11/24 W No. 4 1 vs. Ohio State 88-78 74-59 11/25 W No. 4 1 at Nebraska 11/29 W No. 4 Georgia Tech 85-70 98-63 12/2 W No. 4 at S.C. State 12/10 W No. 4 at Middle Tennessee 95-89 12/16 W No. 4 # Michigan State 90-66 78-47 12/18 W No. 3 Central Michigan 12/29 W No. 3 2 vs. North Carolina 83-69 12/30 W No. 3 2 vs. No. 20 South Carolina 76-64 1/3 W No. 3 # No. 6 N.C. State 89-68 1/5 W No. 3 at Stetson 85-70 70-58 1/6 W No. 3 at Florida 1/9 W No. 3 at Alabama 70-65 62-63 1/13 L No. 3 at Vanderbilt 1/15 W No. 5 Southern Utah State 112-46 1/20 L No. 5 at Ole Miss 65-68 109-90 1/22 W No. 7 Eastern Kentucky 1/24 W No. 7 at Georgia State 83-50 81-76 1/28 W No. 4 No. 3 Tennessee 1/30 W No. 4 Dist. of Columbia 81-45 2/3 W No. 4 Kentucky 78-75 75-52 2/7 W No. 4 at Clemson 2/10 L No. 4 at No. 13 Auburn 64-85 2/15 W No. 7 No. 19 South Carolina 72-57 2/17 W No. 7 Mississippi State 101-64 80-76 2/21 W No. 7 at Florida State 72-56 2/25 W No. 7 No. 19 LSU 3/2 W No. 6 3 vs. Vanderbilt 79-72 3/3 L No. 6 3 vs. No. 3 Tennessee 54-73 3/18 L No. 7 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, S.C.) 3 SEC Tournament (Albany, Ga.) 4 NCAA 1st Round (Athens)

1989-90 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 25-5 ◊ Home: 12-1* ◊ Road: 9-3 ◊ Neutral: 4-1)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Hardmon 29-29 929-32.0 155-311 .498 1-5 .200 98-142 .690 165-5.7 112 91 3 57 409-14.1 29-29 743-25.6 159-258 .616 0-0 .000 65-124 .524 181-6.2 8 72 13 29 383-13.2 Ford 27-26 739-27.3 128-250 .512 0-0 .000 96-141 .681 218-8.1 18 57 25 31 352-13.0 Jenkins Baldwin 28-24 762-27.2 102-225 .453 5-20 .250 33-42 .786 105-3.8 98 79 5 64 242-8.6 C. Lowe 26-19 597-23.0 75-202 .371 8-25 .320 21-30 .700 89-3.4 45 34 6 30 179-6.9 29-18 579-20.0 80-165 .485 0-4 .000 38-58 .655 81-2.8 97 65 1 69 184-6.6 Shuler 29-1 385-13.8 55-144 .382 49-119 .412 25-34 .735 26-0.9 42 35 2 24 184-6.5 Berry 29-5 449-15.5 59-118 .500 0-0 .000 35-56 .625 100-3.5 26 29 10 15 153-5.3 Warren 26-0 309-11.9 49-94 .521 0-0 .000 37-48 .771 73-2.8 12 31 0 19 135-5.2 Barr 24-1 234-9.8 37-92 .402 22-40 .550 3-7 .429 19-0.8 7 20 2 4 99-4.1 M. Lowe 19-0 164-8.6 17-35 .486 0-0 .000 16-21 .762 31-1.6 8 11 2 7 50-2.6 DeVore Davis 16-0 94-5.9 13-29 .448 1-3 .333 9-11 .818 18-1.1 6 8 0 2 36-2.3 6-0 19-3.2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 3-0.5 2 1 0 0 0-0.0 Kendrick TEAM 157-5.2 Georgia 30 2000 929-1923 .483 86-216 .398 376-715 .666 1220-40.7 481 533 69 351 2420-80.7 Opponents 30 2000 742-1759 .422 99-284 .349 412-616 .669 1083-36.1 359 662 62 238 1995-66.5 * 12-1 home record includes wins over Michigan State in Atlanta and N.C. State in Marietta.

1990-91 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 28-4 ◊ Home: 15-0 ◊ Road: 9-2 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 32-31 893-27.9 183-354 .517 52-107 .486 66-81 .815 116-3.6 71 45 9 37 484-15.1 Lowe Ford 30-26 839-28.0 181-328 .552 0-0 .000 68-101 .673 204-6.8 19 85 17 36 430-14.3 Hardmon 32-30 997-31.2 158-338 .468 0-2 .000 97-150 .647 140-4.4 96 100 1 61 413-12.9 28-23 715-25.5 129-270 .478 0-0 .000 71-117 .607 208-7.4 35 49 52 34 329-11.8 Jenkins 32-14 684-21.4 109-208 .524 2-7 .286 70-95 .737 178-5.6 25 45 9 25 290-9.1 Carter Barr 1-0 20-20.0 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 5-6 .833 6-6.0 2 2 0 3 9-9.0 Jones 32-1 514-16.1 111-257 .432 0-0 .000 29-45 .645 84-2.6 16 39 8 37 251-7.8 32-31 810-25.3 89-185 .481 2-11 .182 67-80 .838 106-3.3 204 98 0 103 247-7.7 Shuler 27-3 270-10.0 36-103 .350 36-92 .391 22-31 .710 16-.6 20 17 1 24 130-4.8 Berry 26-0 224-8.6 29-58 .500 0-1 .000 16-27 .593 71-2.7 5 11 15 11 74-2.9 Reese Robinson 27-1 368-13.6 25-70 .357 0-1 .000 16-35 .457 56-2.1 88 68 7 37 66-2.4 Smith 9-0 27-3.0 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 6-10 .600 4-0.5 0 0 0 0 10-1.1 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 6-0.7 1 1 0 0 3-0.3 Anderson 9-0 39-4.3 TEAM 153-4.7 32 6450 1055-2190 .482 92-221 .416 534-782 .683 1348-42.1 582 560 119 408 2736-85.5 Georgia Opponents 32 6450 760-1917 .397 76-236 .322 484-677 .715 1225-38.3 354 777 75 242 2080-65.0

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1990-91 Season

SEC Champions NCAA ''elite eight''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

28-4 No. 3 No. 6 Andy Landers

11/28 W No. 4 Northeast Louisiana 109-70 107-61 12/1 W No. 4 Loyola-Chicago 12/8 W No. 4 at Middle Tennessee 80-62 74-56 12/11 W No. 3 at South Carolina 12/13 W No. 3 at Cincinnati 99-38 12/15 W No. 3 at Ohio State 91-60 12/21 W No. 3 1 vs. No. 8 Northwestern (OT) 93-83 12/22 L No. 3 1 at No. 12 Stanford 79-82 91-73 12/28 W No. 6 2 vs. Maryland 12/30 L No. 6 2 vs. No. 17 Rutgers 57-58 1/5 W No. 9 3 at No. 15 Iowa 62-51 77-45 1/7 W No. 8 Georgia State 1/9 W No. 8 S.C. State 100-54 89-68 1/12 W No. 8 Florida 1/14 W No. 7 UNC-Charlotte 81-56 1/16 W No. 7 DePaul 90-67 77-64 1/19 W No. 7 No. 14 Ole Miss 1/26 W No. 5 Vanderbilt 57-53 1/28 W No. 4 at No. 3 Tennessee 81-74 1/31 W No. 3 No. 22 Florida State 91-71 2/3 W No. 3 at Kentucky 87-71 2/7 W No. 3 No. 19 Clemson 96-59 2/10 W No. 3 at No. 13 LSU (OT) 108-102 2/16 W No. 3 at Mississippi State 90-59 2/20 W No. 3 Alabama 83-47 2/23 W No. 3 No. 5 Auburn 70-66 2/25 W No. 3 South Alabama 125-64 78-69 3/1 W No. 3 4 vs. Alabama 3/2 L No. 3 4 vs. No. 12 LSU 74-83 3/16 W No. 3 5 No. 17 UNLV 86-62 3/21 W No. 3 6 vs. No. 18 Long Beach St. 87-77 3/23 L No. 3 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 Tournament (Albany, Ga.) 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 6 NCAA West (Las Vegas, Nev.)


Season-by-season results & Stats 1991-92 Season

Record: Head Coach:

19-11 Andy Landers

11/22 L No. 4 No. 7 Stanford 11/25 L No. 8 at Wis.-Green Bay 11/30 L No. 8 Ohio State 12/6 W No. 24 Mercer 12/8 W Notre Dame (OT) 12/10 W at South Alabama 12/14 L at DePaul 12/16 W at Loyola-Chicago 12/19 W at No. 20 Arkansas 1/4 W at No. 4 Vanderbilt 1/6 W at Georgia State 1/9 W at S.C. State 1/11 W Kentucky 1/14 L No. 25 at UNC-Charlotte 1/18 W No. 25 South Carolina 1/22 W at Florida 1/26 W Mississippi State 2/1 L at No. 7 Ole Miss 2/3 W Oral Roberts 2/5 W Winthrop 2/8 L at Auburn 2/10 W Florida A&M 2/15 L No. 3 Tennessee 2/18 W Cincinnati 2/22 L LSU 2/26 W at Florida A&M 2/29 L at No. 20 Alabama 1 vs. No. 12 Vanderbilt 3/6 W 3/7 W 1 vs. No. 3 Ole Miss 3/8 L No. 24 1 vs. No. 2 Tennessee 1 SEC Tournament (Albany, Ga.)

1991-92 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 19-11 ◊ Home: 9-4 ◊ Road: 8-6 ◊ Neutral: 2-1)

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

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Carter 24-22 560-23.3 115-226 .509 4-19 .211 57-79 .722 137-5.7 38 32 9 34 291-12.1 Hardmon 30-29 1006-33.5 135-313 .431 2-14 .143 89-140 .636 114-3.8 179 129 7 60 361-12.0 30-29 760-25.3 161-339 .475 0-2 .000 9-27 .333 130-4.3 47 69 19 57 331-11.0 Jones C. Lowe 30-23 719-24.0 105-251 .418 27-89 .303 41-51 .804 114-3.8 69 56 10 41 278-9.3 Cosby 27-4 517-19.2 96-210 .457 1-1 1.000 41-76 .540 167-6.2 10 45 8 16 234-8.7 29-23 597-20.6 83-198 .419 1-11 .090 36-52 .692 169-5.8 40 68 11 30 203-7.0 Turner 30-3 469-15.6 67-152 .441 19-55 .346 14-19 .737 57-1.9 39 36 1 14 167-5.6 M. Lowe 27-1 295-10.9 41-74 .554 0-0 .000 18-41 .439 60-2.2 3 19 7 8 100-3.7 Sanders 28-0 224-8.0 30-85 .353 14-45 .311 14-15 .933 34-1.2 25 30 1 7 88-3.1 Robbins Jardim 30-14 431-14.4 37-77 .481 0-0 .000 17-31 .548 80-2.7 27 32 8 25 91-3.0 25-0 227-9.1 26-73 .356 0-0 .000 20-27 .741 59-2.4 17 18 7 15 72-2.9 Wheeler Reese 18-2 135-7.5 15-37 .405 0-1 .000 12-17 .706 31-1.7 7 6 3 4 42-2.3 14-0 60-4.3 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 7-9 .778 14-1.0 10 17 0 2 9-0.6 Cagle TEAM 157-5.2 Georgia 30 6025 912-2040 .447 68-237 .287 375-584 .642 1323-44.1 511 557 91 313 2267-75.6 Opponents 30 6025 755-1821 .415 98-264 .371 486-738 .659 1187-39.6 373 628 70 273 2094-69.8

1992-93 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 21-13 ◊ Home: 12-3 ◊ Road: 4-6 ◊ Neutral: 5-4)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. C. Lowe 34-34 1048-30.8 162-362 .448 43-126 .341 88-107 .822 138-4.1 118 76 16 45 455-13.4 Turner 31-20 711-22.9 147-305 .482 3-8 .375 56-80 .700 245-7.9 41 62 10 32 353-11.4 32-32 872-27.3 162-376 .431 1-7 .143 30/43 .698 143-4.5 61 87 23 64 355-11.1 Jones 31-20 666-21.5 132-269 .491 0-2 .000 65-117 .556 177-5.7 11 74 37 24 329-10.6 Hill 31-19 635-20.5 95-198 .480 0-4 .000 93-111 .838 157-5.1 33 42 14 29 283-9.1 Reese Robbins 31-20 929-30.0 68-206 .330 17-72 .236 48-62 .774 99-3.2 148 108 5 26 201-6.5 M. Lowe 34-2 514-15.1 68-144 .472 26-57 .456 32-41 .781 77-2.3 53 42 3 13 194-5.7 33-9 440-13.3 53-107 .495 0-0 .000 26-43 .605 112-3.4 28 54 4 28 132-4.0 Jardim 28-0 194-6.9 28-77 .364 5-14 .357 12-18 .667 37-1.3 8 19 2 11 73-2.6 Wheeler Stovall 4-0 10-2.5 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 4-5 .800 3-0.8 1 1 1 0 10-2.5 Sanders 28-0 227-8.1 25-46 .544 0-0 .000 16-24 .667 62-2.2 3 11 13 6 66-2.4 Thompson 29-13 362-12.5 16-71 .225 2-9 .222 28-41 .683 21-0.7 47 50 3 26 62-2.1 Walls 25-2 192-7.7 17-55 .309 0-0 .000 10-28 .357 62-2.5 8 14 1 6 44-1.8 148-4.4 TEAM Georgia 34 6800 976-2220 .440 97-299 .324 508-720 .706 1481-43.6 560 640 132 310 2557-75.2 Opponents 34 6800 813-2081 .391 119-393 .303 595-855 .696 1320-38.8 397 633 77 322 2340-68.8

1992-93 Season

NCAA 2nd round

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

21-13 No. 21 No. 21 Andy Landers

12/6 W No. 18 Middle Tennessee 80-65 62-64 12/12 L No. 13 1 vs. Santa Clara 12/13 L No. 13 1 vs. Oregon State 79-81 12/18 W No. 20 2 vs. Missouri-Kansas City 72-63 12/19 L No. 20 2 at Ohio State 72-89 12/21 W No. 20 at Notre Dame 81-75 12/28 L 3 vs. San Diego State 63-70 12/29 W 3 vs. Rider College 97-57 66-90 1/2 L No. 2 Vanderbilt 1/4 W Georgia State 78-63 1/7 W Winthrop 108-58 60-69 1/10 L at Kentucky 1/13 W Arkansas 91-71 57-77 1/16 L at South Carolina 1/20 W Florida 70-64 1/23 L at Mississippi State 65-76 116-49 1/25 W Oral Roberts 1/30 W Ole Miss 75-60 65-57 2/1 W at Mercer 2/3 W at Georgia Southern 78-64 2/7 L No. 8 Auburn 56-82 72-61 2/10 W S.C. State 2/14 L at No. 1 Tennessee 68-71 2/15 W Wis.-Green Bay 82-60 2/20 W at LSU 88-53 2/22 W No. 23 DePaul 74-62 90-66 2/24 W Furman 2/28 L Alabama 50-67 3/5 W 4 vs. Arkansas 84-73 3/6 W 4 vs. No. 1 Tennessee 73-72 3/7 W 4 vs. Alabama 76-72 3/8 L 4 vs. No. 1 Vanderbilt 64-78 3/17 W No. 21 5 San Diego State 85-68 3/20 L No. 21 6 vs. No. 6 Stanford 60-93 1 Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Honolulu, Hawaii) 2 Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) 3 Wildcat Christmas Classic (Villanova, Pa.) 4 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 5 NCAA 1st Round (Athens) 6 NCAA 2nd Round (Palo Alto, Calif.)

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Season-by-season results & Stats 1993-94 Season

Record: Head Coach:

17-11 Andy Landers

11/26 W No. 17 UNC Asheville 11/28 W No. 17 at Furman 12/5 L No. 17 at DePaul 12/7 W No. 21 at Loyola-Chicago 12/8 L No. 21 at Marquette 12/11 W No. 21 No. 16 Stephen F. Austin 12/14 W No. 25 1 vs. Georgia Southern 12/15 W No. 25 1 vs. Georgia Tech 12/29 L No. 24 2 vs. No. 16 Kansas 12/30 W No. 24 2 vs. Coppin State 1/5 L No. 25 at No. 11 Alabama 1/8 W No. 25 at Arkansas 1/10 W No. 25 Mercer 1/12 W Florida Atlantic 1/16 L at No. 6 Vanderbilt 1/18 W LSU 1/23 L Kentucky 1/29 W South Carolina 2/2 W Tennessee Tech 2/6 W # Mississippi State 2/9 L at Florida 2/12 L at Ole Miss 2/14 W No. 18 Fla. International 2/20 W at No. 22 Auburn 2/23 L at S.C. State 2/27 L No. 1 Tennessee 3 vs. Arkansas 3/4 W 3/5 L 3 vs. No. 1 Tennessee 1 ISES Southern Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.) 2 Express Christmas Classic (Jamaica, N.Y.) # Home Game Played at The Omni, Atlanta 3 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

1993-94 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 17-11 ◊ Home: 9-2* ◊ Road: 4-7 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

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

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Frett 28-25 806-28.8 154-323 .477 0-2 .000 85-111 .766 168-6.0 69 72 13 34 393-14.0 28-28 665-23.8 138-298 .463 11-23 .478 76-102 .745 133-4.8 48 62 19 38 363-13.0 Reese Henderson 28-24 635-22.7 148-289 .512 0-0 .000 53-99 .535 174-6.2 7 49 59 17 349-12.5 25-20 705-28.2 64-164 .390 46-113 .407 49-62 .790 50-2.0 127 93 0 31 223-8.9 Powell Holland 28-2 518-18.5 90-223 .404 38-108 .352 28-39 .718 69-2.5 34 62 3 38 246-8.8 28-18 643-23.0 70-165 .424 0-1 .000 54-91 .593 216-7.7 32 62 4 25 194-6.9 Walker 24-0 187-7.8 28-78 .359 4-22 .182 16-18 .889 38-1.6 15 22 2 11 76-3.2 Wheeler 25-10 318-12.7 25-71 .352 0-2 .000 22-31 .710 98-3.9 16 24 9 22 72-2.9 Jardim Sanders 26-1 192-7.4 33-59 .559 0-0 .000 8-18 .445 35-1.4 2 15 13 3 74-2.9 27-2 276-10.2 23-79 .291 2-14 .143 13-22 .591 81-3.0 13 45 4 11 61-2.3 Decker 22-2 187-8.5 17-57 .298 0-0 .000 13-30 .433 60-2.7 7 20 6 21 47-2.1 Walls 15-0 94-6.3 11-28 .393 0-1 .000 10-18 .556 27-1.8 5 7 1 4 32-2.1 Morris Thompson 27-8 374-13.9 23-58 .397 0-4 .000 7-13 .539 21-0.8 60 51 2 35 53-2.0 TEAM Georgia 28 5600 824-1892 .436 101-290 .348 434-654 .664 1300-46.4 435 584 135 290 2183-78.0 Opponents 28 5600 669-1772 .378 106-389 .273 482-698 .691 1156-41.3 353 621 71 269 1926-68.8 * 9-2 home record includes a win over Mississippi State in Atlanta.

1994-95 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 28-5 ◊ Home: 13-2 ◊ Road: 11-1 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 33-33 1043-31.6 203-421 .482 1-7 .143 116-155 .748 199-6.0 100 83 24 45 523-15.9 Frett Henderson 33-33 875-26.5 219-399 .549 0-0 .000 72-125 .576 252-7.6 13 67 83 38 510-15.5 Roundtree 33-32 950-28.8 185-442 .419 12-46 .261 105-150 .700 155-4.7 226 111 4 63 487-14.8 Holland 33-22 868-26.3 149-362 .412 75-208 .361 40-58 .690 28-3.9 61 60 10 78 413-12. 33-28 725-22.0 86-142 .606 0-0 .000 51-77 .662 215-6.5 28 49 7 41 223-6.8 Walker Powell 33-12 744-22.6 64-171 .374 53-138 .384 19-26 .731 59-1.8 92 54 2 17 200-6.1 27-0 231-8.6 27-59 .458 0-0 .000 16-25 .640 62-2.3 6 13 16 2 70-2.6 Sanders Bush 30-0 231-7.7 30-77 .390 9-19 .474 8-13 .615 25-0.8 17 26 0 13 77-2.6 22-53 .415 0-0 .000 9-12 .750 24-1.0 30 17 0 25 53-2.3 Thompson 23-0 202-8.8 Decker 33-5 496-15.0 31-107 .290 4-29 .138 10-20 .500 147-4.5 12 45 22 21 76-2.3 26-0 218-8.4 19-53 .359 0-0 .000 10-23 .435 49-1.9 5 13 1 14 48-1.9 Walls 11-0 42-3.8 8-18 .445 0-3 .000 3-8 .375 10-0.9 4 3 0 3 19-1.7 Wheeler 166-5.0 TEAM 33 6625 1043-2304 .453 154-450 .342 459-692 .663 1491-45.2 594 541 169 360 2699-81.8 Georgia Opponents 33 6625 743-1997 .372 132-483 .273 500-762 .656 1333-40.4 406 726 62 262 2118-64.2

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1994-95 Season

NCAA Final Four

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

28-5 No. 12 No. 4 Andy Landers

11/25 W No. 18 Ohio State 79-70 95-71 11/27 W No. 18 at Middle Tennessee 12/7 W No. 16 Rutgers 105-70 92-37 12/12 W No. 16 1 at Georgia State 12/13 W No. 14 1 vs. Georgia Tech 113-81 12/17 W No. 14 at LSU 84-68 82-63 12/19 W No. 14 at Bowling Green 12/28 W No. 12 at Rutgers 92-74 94-52 12/30 W No. 12 at Manhattan 1/5 W No. 11 at Tennessee Tech 82-64 1/8 W No. 11 No. 24 Arkansas 72-67 104-60 1/11 W No. 8 Marquette 1/15 L No. 8 No. 10 Vanderbilt 52-65 91-67 1/18 W No. 11 No. 14 Alabama 1/22 W No. 11 at Kentucky 68-57 1/23 W No. 11 UNC Asheville 102-31 80-58 1/29 W No. 11 at South Carolina 2/1 W No. 11 S.C. State 90-45 69-66 2/4 W No. 11 at Mississippi State 2/8 L No. 10 No. 18 Florida 46-59 2/10 W No. 10 No. 14 Ole Miss (OT) 80-77 80-75 2/13 W No. 10 at Texas 2/15 W No. 12 New Mexico State 80-53 2/19 W No. 12 Auburn 78-56 2/21 W No. 9 Charleston Southern 91-33 61-83 2/25 L No. 9 at No. 2 Tennessee 88-71 3/4 W No. 11 2 vs. No. 18 Florida 3/5 L No. 11 2 vs. No. 7 Vanderbilt 56-82 3/17 W No. 12 3 Indiana 81-64 3/19 W No. 12 3 Louisville 81-68 3/23 W No. 12 4 vs. N.C. State 98-79 3/25 W No. 12 4 vs. No. 2 Colorado 82-79 4/1 L No. 12 5 vs. No. 3 Tennessee 51-73 1 ISES Southern Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.) 2 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 3 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) 4 NCAA Midwest Regional (Des Moines, Iowa) 5 NCAA Final Four (Minneapolis, Minn.)


Season-by-season results & Stats 1995-96 Season

SEC Champions NCAA Runner-up

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

28-5 No. 5 No. 2 Andy Landers

11/25 W No. 2 1 vs. SMU 95-65 64-67 11/26 L No. 2 1 at Old Dominion 11/28 W No. 6 Georgia Southern 98-49 65-94 12/2 L No. 6 at No. 5 Virginia 75-67 12/8 W No. 12 at New Mexico State 12/15 W No. 12 Bowling Green 104-64 89-83 12/17 W No. 12 at No. 18 Alabama 12/19 W No. 10 2 vs. S.C. State 93-32 79-52 12/20 W No. 10 2 vs. No. 11 Iowa 12/21 W No. 10 2 vs. Nebraska 86-70 1/4 W No. 9 LSU 76-61 101-36 1/6 W No. 9 UNC Asheville 77-71 1/8 W No. 7 No. 3 Tennessee 79-71 1/12 W No. 7 at No. 24 Auburn 1/15 W No. 4 at No. 3 Connecticut 75-67 1/20 W No. 4 at No. 10 Penn State 79-78 72-61 1/25 W No. 2 at No. 20 Florida 1/28 W No. 2 Mississippi State 97-62 93-68 1/31 W No. 1 Texas 2/4 W No. 1 3 vs. North Carolina 80-75 2/7 W No. 1 at No. 17 Ole Miss 90-85 79-61 2/11 W No. 1 South Carolina 2/13 W No. 1 Kentucky 75-55 2/16 L No. 1 at No. 13 Vanderbilt 66-71 2/20 W No. 2 No. 19 Florida 89-81 2/24 W No. 2 at Arkansas 87-54 71-73 3/1 L No. 2 4 vs. LSU 98-66 3/15 W No. 5 5 St. Francis (Pa.) 3/17 W No. 5 5 Oklahoma State 83-55 3/23 W No. 5 6 at Stephen F. Austin 78-64 3/25 W No. 5 6 vs. No. 1 Louisiana Tech 90-76 3/29 W No. 5 7 vs. No. 2 Stanford 86-76 65-83 3/31 L No. 5 7 vs. No. 4 Tennessee 1 Dial Classic (Norfolk, Va.) 2 Carolinas Beach Classic (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) 3 Naismith Classic (Charlotte, N.C.) 4 SEC Tournament (Chatt­anooga, Tenn.) 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) 6 NCAA Midwest Regional (Nacogdoches, Texas) 7 NCAA Final Four (Charlotte, N.C.)

1995-96 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 28-5 ◊ Home: 12-0 ◊ Road: 9-3 ◊ Neutral: 7-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Roundtree 33-33 1016-30.8 197-486 .405 27-80 .338 130-174 .747 184-5.6 195 117 1 76 551-16.7 33-33 980-29.7 195-374 .521 1-2 .500 90-107 .841 288-8.7 65 80 32 63 481-14.6 Frett Henderson 33-33 796-24.1 208-359 .579 0-0 .000 50-79 .633 211-6.4 22 65 72 26 466-14.1 Holland 33-26 872-26.4 137-300 .457 63-155 .407 36-47 .766 109-3.3 87 48 8 70 373-11.3 33-0 614-18.6 91-199 .457 26-89 .292 27-37 .730 80-2.4 47 61 4 35 235-7.1 Irwin 33-33 676-205 49-114 .430 38-96 .396 19-27 .704 43-1.3 92 64 3 25 155-4.7 Powell 32-6 526-16.4 60-154 .390 11-46 .239 17-29 .586 52-1.6 25 32 2 42 148-4.6 Bush 9-1 91-10.1 13-21 .619 0-0 .000 11-17 .647 20-2.2 1 10 0 5 37-4.1 Walker Antvorskov 33-0 374-11.3 46-80 .575 0-0 .000 40-61 .656 101-3.1 11 28 6 13 132-4.0 Thompson 15-0 135-9.0 18-50 .360 0-2 .000 5-10 .500 17-1.1 31 7 0 20 41-2.7 32-0 316-9.9 21-63 .333 10-32 .313 17-26 .654 71-2.2 16 34 13 6 69-2.2 Decker Walls 20-0 145-7.3 13-29 .448 0-0 .000 9-16 .563 37-1.9 10 13 7 12 35-1.8 14-0 59-4.2 3-19 .158 3-11 .273 2-3 .667 11-0.8 2 4 0 1 11-0.8 Taylor 141-4.3 TEAM 33 6600 1051-2248 .468 179-513 .349 453-633 .716 1365-41.4 604 563 148 394 2734-82.9 Georgia Opponents 33 6600 789-2005 .394 123-421 .292 492-729 .675 1314-39.8 399 728 63 219 2193-66.5

1996-97 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 25-6 ◊ Home: 12-2 ◊ Road: 9-1 ◊ Neutral: 4-3)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Holland-Corn 31-30 951-30.7 187-399 .469 77-204 .378 83-108 .769 124-4.0 117 93 4 116 534-17.2 Frett 28-25 866-30.9 191-396 .482 1-1 1.000 70-90 .778 187-6.7 81 75 16 47 453-16.2 Henderson 28-26 734-26.2 182-333 .547 0-1 .000 75-108 .694 186-6.6 28 64 53 29 439-15.7 30-3 662-22.1 78-202 .386 30-101 .297 49-52 .942 66-2.2 45 55 2 26 235-7.8 Irwin 8-5 176-22.0 19-41 .463 1-9 .111 13-19 .684 20-2.5 36 17 1 10 52-6.5 Brown Powell 31-25 810-26.1 48-121 .397 37-93 .398 20-28 .714 51-1.7 131 73 2 28 153-4.9 30-26 552-18.4 50-96 .521 0-0 .000 29-52 .558 143-4.8 22 43 2 27 129-4.3 Walker 31-4 466-15.0 34-100 .340 19-59 .322 15-23 .652 110-3.6 31 37 20 6 102-3.3 Decker 27-3 331-12.3 35-119 .294 2-20 .100 16-25 .640 43-1.6 23 24 1 31 88-3.3 Bush Antvorskov 31-5 320-10.3 34-64 .531 0-0 .000 28-49 .571 84-2.7 4 29 8 10 96-3.1 Lott 20-0 146-7.3 15-39 .385 0-0 .000 8-16 .500 43-2.2 1 16 9 7 38-1.9 9-30 .300 0-1 .000 6-10 .600 23-1.5 7 9 2 3 24-1.6 Campfield 15-1 85-5.7 15-1 126-8.4 5-21 .238 0-0 .000 5-8 .625 25-1.7 3 13 2 6 15-1.0 Ball 156-5.0 Team Georgia 31-31 6225 887-1961 .452 167-489 .342 417-588 .709 1261-40.7 529 548 122 346 2358-76.1 Opponents 31-31 6225 705-1829 .386 133-446 .298 369-573 .644 1165-37.6 380 674 85 222 1912-61.7

1996-97 Season

SEC champions NCAA ''elite eight''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

25-6 No. 6 No. 7 Andy Landers

11/25 L No. 2 at No. 24 Clemson 78-83 89-70 12/1 W No. 2 at Middle Tennessee 12/4 W No. 5 No. 12 Virginia 77-56 94-93 12/8 W No. 5 at No. 4 Tennessee (OT) 12/10 W No. 4 Wingate 96-38 12/13 W No. 4 at No. 19 Wisconsin 74-67 12/19 W No. 3 1 vs. Weber State 72-44 12/20 W No. 3 1 vs. Toledo 85-52 72-55 12/21 W No. 3 1 vs. Oregon 12/27 L No. 4 2 vs. No. 5 Louisiana Tech 69-71 12/28 W No. 4 2 at UNLV 87-41 62-56 1/5 W No. 5 No. 22 Penn State 1/11 W No. 5 No. 18 Auburn 82-55 64-68 1/15 L No. 4 No. 5 Alabama 1/18 W No. 4 Ole Miss 78-56 1/20 L No. 5 No. 1 Connecticut 65-97 68-65 1/24 W No. 5 at Mississippi State 1/27 W No. 7 Georgia State 95-65 86-73 1/29 W No. 7 No. 13 Florida 2/1 W No. 7 at South Carolina 78-35 2/5 W No. 6 UNC Asheville 83-44 80-62 2/8 W No. 6 at Kentucky 2/11 W No. 6 at No. 13 LSU 76-65 2/14 W No. 6 No. 12 Vanderbilt 71-45 2/19 W No. 5 at No. 10 Florida 66-64 2/23 W No. 5 No. 20 Arkansas 79-63 3/1 L No. 4 3 vs. Auburn 47-75 91-55 3/14 W No. 6 4 Eastern Kentucky 3/16 W No. 6 4 Arizona 80-74 3/22 W No. 6 5 vs. No. 20 Vanderbilt 66-52 3/24 L No. 6 5 vs. No. 3 Stanford 47-82 1 Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska) 2 UNLV Shootout (Las Vegas, Nev.) 3 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 4 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) 5 NCAA West Regional (Missoula, Mont.)

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Season-by-season results & Stats 1997-98 Season

NCAA 1st round

Record: Head Coach:

17-11 Andy Landers

11/21 W No. 13 Boise State 89-66 84-73 11/24 W No. 13 at Georgia Southern 11/30 W No. 13 Clemson 70-67 68-83 12/5 L No. 10 1 vs. Florida International 97-61 12/6 W No. 10 1 vs. Charleston Southern 94-76 12/11 W No. 15 at Oklahoma 64-60 12/14 W No. 15 at Oral Roberts 12/16 L No. 11 Austin Peay 66-71 94-73 12/18 W No. 11 at Central Michigan 12/29 W No. 17 2 vs. Fairfield 94-68 12/30 W No. 17 2 at La Salle 80-64 64-74 1/4 L No. 17 No. 11 Wisconsin (OT) 61-94 1/7 L No. 20 at No. 12 Florida 81-70 1/10 W No. 20 LSU 71-96 1/14 L No. 19 No. 1 Tennessee 1/17 W No. 19 at No. 21 Auburn 73-70 81-51 1/21 W No. 18 Arkansas 65-58 1/24 W No. 18 at Ole Miss 43-102 1/28 L No. 17 at No. 1 Tennessee 75-79 2/1 L No. 17 Mississippi State 2/4 W No. 24 South Carolina 80-61 77-90 2/8 L No. 24 at Alabama 87-46 2/11 W Kentucky 65-68 2/13 L at No. 15 Vanderbilt 2/17 W No. 12 Florida 79-62 2/20 W at Arkansas (OT) 86-81 3 vs. Ole Miss 73-77 2/26 L 3/13 L 4 vs. G. Washington 72-74 1 Tallahassee Democrat Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 2 La Salle CoreStates Classic (Philadelphia, Pa.) 3 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) 4 NCAA 1st Round (Storrs, Conn.)

1997-98 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 17-11 ◊ Home: 7-4 ◊ Road: 8-4 ◊ Neutral: 2-3)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. K. Miller 28-28 999-35.7 166-414 .401 39-110 .355 118-144 .819 159-5.7 164 90 5 76 489-17.5 C. Miller 27-21 854-31.6 179-415 .431 24-61 .393 50-74 .676 123-4.6 104 101 4 48 432-16.0 28-28 940-33.6 144-314 .459 43-130 .331 50-58 .862 87-3.1 71 73 8 41 381-13.6 Irwin 28-12 684-24.4 85-196 .434 0-0 .000 61-85 .718 168-6.0 9 74 10 30 231-8.3 Lott Vishniakova 28-18 670-23.9 76-187 .406 19-54 .352 50-64 .781 193-6.9 27 39 14 14 221-7.9 19-7 388-20.4 37-116 .319 7-38 .184 23-28 .821 41-2.2 23 28 1 21 104-5.5 Bush 26-18 512-19.7 56-104 .539 0-0 .000 10-23 .435 128-4.9 18 44 12 9 122-4.7 Ball 28-7 379-13.5 44-93 .473 1-4 .250 36-55 .655 68-2.4 6 35 7 16 125-4.5 Nash 22-0 164-7.5 8-25 .320 1-3 .333 5-10 .500 19-0.9 10 12 0 5 22-1.0 Spurlock 8-0 19-2.4 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-0.5 0 2 0 0 2-0.3 Roberts 8-0 16-2.0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0.1 0 0 1 0 2-0.3 Pharr Jones 11-0 25-2.3 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 3-0.3 1 1 0 0 2-0.2 133-4.8 TEAM Georgia 28 5650 798-1875 .426 134-401 .334 403-541 .745 1127-40.3 433 499 62 260 2133-76.2 Opponents 28 5650 752-1751 .430 109-379 .288 402-609 .660 1116-39.9 394 568 72 223 2015-72.0

1998-99 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 27-7 ◊ Home: 12-2 ◊ Road: 8-3 ◊ Neutral: 7-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. K. Miller 34-34 1119-32.9 219-477 .459 54-123 .439 136-163 .834 205-6.0 150 94 4 66 628-18.5 C. Miller 34-33 1046-30.8 263-536 .491 32-82 .390 68-89 .764 132-3.9 77 64 3 55 626-18.4 McDonald 27-25 620-23.0 96-195 .492 0-0 .000 53-98 .541 186-6.9 24 72 56 45 245-9.1 Vishniakova 34-15 767-22.6 91-195 .467 0-15 .000 79-102 .775 210-6.2 31 46 35 25 261-7.7 Irwin-Osbolt 34-15 723-21.3 88-200 .440 37-105 .352 47-56 .839 68-2.0 76 38 2 28 260-7.7 26-10 543-20.9 73-175 .417 5-32 .156 36-57 .632 125-4.8 48 59 6 45 187-7.2 Nolan 33-24 746-22.6 95-191 .497 0-0 .000 47-72 .653 132-4.0 25 57 21 31 237-7.2 Ball 34-7 727-21.4 65-167 .389 8-34 .235 58-81 .716 102-3.0 109 77 2 42 196-5.8 Brown 30-7 347-11.6 37-105 .352 19-60 .317 11-17 .647 28-0.9 30 21 2 9 104-3.5 Murphy 26-0 162-6.2 16-45 .356 0-0 .000 10-24 .417 41-1.6 0 15 3 5 42-1.6 Willis 151-4.4 7 Team Georgia 34 6800 1043-2286 .456 155-451 .344 545-759 .718 1380-40.6 570 550 134 351 2786-81.9 Opponents 34 6800 822-2055 .400 140-444 .315 514-764 .673 1337-39.3 441 744 73 236 2298-67.6

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1998-99 Season

NCAA Final Four

Record: 27-7 AP Rank: No. 12 USAT Rank: No. 5 Head Coach: Andy Landers

11/22 W No. 7 Oral Roberts 118-64 96-74 11/27 W No. 6 at Dartmouth 11/29 W No. 6 at UMass 80-57 97-63 12/1 W No. 5 Manhattan 12/5 W No. 5 1 vs. Alcorn State 91-51 12/6 W No. 5 1 at Stephen F. Austin 81-70 12/10 W No. 5 Georgia Southern 101-52 12/13 W No. 5 Oklahoma 88-79 94-48 12/19 W No. 5 2 vs. Sacramento State 12/20 W No. 5 2 at Boise State 91-51 12/30 W No. 4 Florida State 95-72 85-70 1/3 W No. 4 No. 14 Alabama 1/7 W No. 4 No. 19 Florida 84-72 73-60 1/10 W No. 4 at LSU 1/14 L No. 4 at No. 1 Tennessee 69-102 1/17 W No. 4 No. 25 Auburn 96-78 88-82 1/18 W No. 5 3 vs. Georgia Tech 1/21 W No. 5 at Arkansas 68-59 81-43 1/24 W No. 5 Ole Miss 1/28 L No. 4 No. 1 Tennessee 79-95 1/31 L No. 4 at Mississippi State 72-78 62-58 2/3 W No. 8 at South Carolina 2/7 L No. 8 at Kentucky 76-80 2/14 L No. 10 Vanderbilt 57-66 2/18 W No. 14 at Florida 91-66 98-82 2/21 W No. 14 Arkansas 2/26 W No. 14 4 vs. Mississippi State 72-66 2/27 W No. 14 4 vs. Kentucky 68-62 2/28 L No. 14 4 vs. No. 2 Tennessee 69-85 3/13 W No. 12 5 Liberty 73-52 3/15 w No. 12 5 SMU 68-55 3/20 W No. 12 6 vs. No. 10 Clemson 67-54 3/22 W No. 12 6 vs. No. 19 Iowa State 89-71 3/26 L No. 12 7 vs. No. 10 Duke 69-81 1 Conoco Ladyjack Classic (Nacogdochese, Texas) 2 Boise State Classic (Boise, Idaho) 3 Cobb Civic Center (Marietta, Ga.) 4 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) 6 NCAA Mideast Regional (Cincinnati) 7 NCAA Final Four (San Jose, Calif.)


Season-by-season results & Stats 1999-2000 Season

SEC CHampions NCAA ''elite eight''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

32-4 No. 4 No. 5 Andy Landers

11/15 W No. 3 1 Alabama-Birmingham 76-75 65-60 11/17 W No. 3 1 at No. 17 Virginia Tech 11/21 W No. 3 1 vs. No. 20 Boston College 78-70 85-64 11/22 W No. 3 1 vs. No. 12 UCSB 11/26 W No. 3 2 vs. Stephen F. Austin 85-44 11/27 W No. 3 2 at Maine (OT) 79-68 102-70 11/30 W No. 2 at Georgia Southern 12/2 L No. 2 No. 23 LSU 74-80 78-38 12/4 W No. 2 3 vs. Alcorn State 12/5 W No. 2 3 at Houston 98-68 12/9 W No. 5 Hampton 107-46 77-72 12/12 W No. 5 at Tennessee Tech 12/19 W No. 5 4 vs. Ohio State 91-59 87-67 12/20 W No. 5 4 at Long Beach State 12/29 W No. 5 East Tennessee State 78-51 1/2 L No. 5 at No. 17 Illinois 65-82 71-62 1/9 W No. 7 at Alabama 1/13 W No. 7 at Florida 78-71 78-51 1/17 W No. 7 No. 2 Tennessee 1/20 W No. 7 5 vs. Georgia Tech 86-58 1/23 W No. 7 at No. 10 Auburn 68-54 75-51 1/27 W No. 3 at Ole Miss 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 State 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 State 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 Preseason WNIT (1st-Athens; 2nd-Blacksburg, Va.; 3rd/4th-Champaign, 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 Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 7 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Athens) 8 NCAA West Regional (Portland, Ore.)

1999-2000 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 32-4 ◊ Home: 11-1 ◊ Road: 13-1 ◊ Neutral: 8-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. C. Miller 36-36 1080-30.0 215-487 .442 49-122 .402 76-98 .776 114-3.2 114 65 5 57 555-15.4 K. Miller 36-36 1169-32.5 203-456 .445 44-122 .361 94-115 .817 168-4.7 162 79 5 75 544-15.1 36-36 1008-28.0 178-325 .548 10-27 .370 70-89 .787 164-4.6 126 104 27 56 436-12.1 Nolan McDonald 35-34 896-25.6 166-302 .550 0-0 .000 88-136 .647 309-8.8 35 74 90 47 420-12.0 35-35 911-26.0 109-213 .512 0-0 .000 33-47 .702 164-4.7 36 59 8 29 251-7.2 Ball Crawford 36-2 537-14.9 89-172 .517 0-0 .000 65-109 .596 182-5.1 13 65 35 32 243-6.8 Murphy 36-1 588-16.3 52-132 .394 30-79 .380 21-28 .750 53-1.5 56 44 1 26 155-4.3 36-0 501-13.9 36-100 .360 0-4 .000 15-24 .625 68-1.9 55 42 6 34 87-2.4 Brown Washington 19-0 87-4.6 13-24 .542 0-2 .000 5-9 .556 22-1.2 2 8 2 5 31-1.6 Briggans 31-0 279-9.0 15-45 .333 0-0 .000 13-30 .433 52-1.7 7 15 7 12 43-1.4 16-0 52-3.3 9-27 .333 0-0 .000 4-9 .445 19-1.2 0 4 0 2 22-1.4 Willis 23-0 94-4.1 8-34 .235 4-16 .250 9-12 .750 16-0.7 3 11 1 7 29-1.3 Lycett 1.000 2-0.1 0 2 0 2 4-0.3 McEntire 14-0 32-2.3 1-10 .100 0-1 .000 2-2 Timmons 14-0 16-1.1 0-7 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 1 0 1 0-0.0 Team 140-3.9 10 Georgia 36 7250 1094-2334 .469 137-375 .365 495-708 .699 1473-40.9 609 583 187 385 2820-78.3 Opponents 36 7250 805-2159 .373 144-462 .312 441-660 .668 1349-37.5 405 766 78 249 2195-61.0

2000-01 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 27-6 ◊ Home: 14-1 ◊ Road: 7-4 ◊ Neutral: 6-1)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. C. Miller 33-32 1017-30.8 207-452 .458 31-96 .323 73-87 .839 134-4.1 101 61 5 65 518-15.7 K. Miller 33-33 1079-32.7 193-378 .511 50-108 .463 80-97 .825 179-5.4 163 73 1 68 516-15.6 McDonald 33-33 614-25.6 124-265 .468 0-0 .000 91-119 .765 230-7.0 41 70 103 50 339-10.3 Thomas 29-11 623-21.5 130-255 .510 3-16 .188 75-121 .620 188-6.5 18 43 42 26 338-11.7 24-19 817-24.8 126-278 .453 18-55 .327 51-69 .739 94-3.9 78 50 7 49 321-13.4 Nolan 33-13 675-20.5 53-159 .333 1-12 .083 53-71 .746 102-3.1 93 45 5 28 160-4.8 Brown Briggans 33-22 616-18.7 52-105 .495 0-0 .000 26-49 .531 111-3.4 11 35 10 20 130-3.9 33-75 .440 1-1 1.000 23-36 .639 82-2.5 19 26 1 13 90-2.7 Washington 33-0 371-11.2 Lycett 27-0 257-9.5 25-74 .338 12-40 .300 13-26 .500 49-1.8 26 31 2 7 75-2.8 Murphy 16-2 219-13.7 18-57 .316 11-42 .262 18-21 .857 20-1.3 27 17 0 7 65-4.1 Taylor 21-0 89-4.2 11-20 .550 2-5 .400 4-7 .571 10-0.5 5 10 0 12 28-1.3 21-0 130-6.2 12-31 .387 0-0 .000 5-7 .714 19-0.9 5 9 1 3 29-1.4 King 16-0 39-2.4 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 4-7 .571 9-0.6 0 3 0 2 12-0.8 Henson 1-6 .167 0-1 .000 3-6 .500 1-0.1 4 4 0 1 5-0.3 McEntire 20-0 54-2.7 TEAM 130-3.9 7 Georgia 33 6600 989-2164 .457 129-376 .343 519-723 .718 1358-41.2 591 484 177 351 2626-79.6 Opponents 33 6600 727-1953 .372 146-486 .300 449-644 .697 1235-37.4 374 692 87 246 2049-62.1

2000-01 Season

SEC Tourney Champions NCAA 2nd round

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

27-6 No. 4 No. 13 Andy Landers

11/12 L No. 3 1 at No. 1 Connecticut 11/19 W No. 3 Massachusetts 11/22 W No. 6 2 vs. No. 12 Oklahoma 11/24 L No. 6 2 vs. No. 5 Notre Dame 11/27 W No. 7 Georgia Southern 11/29 W No. 7 Chattanooga 12/3 W No. 7 3 vs. No. 5 Rutgers 12/8 W No. 5 4 vs. Georgia Tech 12/10 W No. 5 Houston 12/18 W No. 4 Dartmouth 12/20 W No. 4 at VCU 12/28 W No. 4 at Georgia State 12/30 W No. 4 at UCLA 1/4 W No. 4 Illinois 1/7 W No. 4 Alabama 1/11 W No. 4 No. 10 Florida 1/14 W No. 4 at No. 9 LSU 1/18 L No. 4 at No. 2 Tennessee 1/20 W No. 4 Auburn 1/25 W No. 5 Ole Miss 1/28 W No. 5 No. 16 Vanderbilt 2/1 L No. 5 at No. 9 Florida 2/4 W No. 5 at Mississippi State 2/8 W No. 7 at South Carolina 2/15 W No. 5 Kentucky 2/18 W No. 5 Arkansas 2/22 W No. 4 at Alabama 2/25 L No. 4 at No. 18 Vanderbilt 3/2 W No. 6 5 vs. OIe Miss 3/3 W No. 6 5 vs. Arkansas 3/4 W No. 4 5 vs. No. 15 Vanderbilt 3/16 W No. 4 6 Liberty 3/18 L No. 4 6 Missouri 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)

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

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Season-by-season results & Stats 2001-02 Season

NCAA 1st round

Record: Head Coach:

19-11 Andy Landers

11/18 W No. 16 Maine 11/20 W No. 16 Middle Tennessee (OT) 11/27 W No. 13 Georgia State 12/1 W No. 13 1 vs. UNLV 12/2 W No. 13 1 at California 12/4 W No. 13 at Georgia Southern 12/16 W No. 10 at No. 16 N.C. State (OT) 12/19 W No. 10 at Oakland 12/27 W No. 10 2 vs. Georgia Tech 12/30 W No. 10 VCU 1/3 W No. 8 No. 23 LSU 1/5 L No. 8 at Michigan State 1/7 W No. 15 Morris Brown 1/10 L No. 15 No. 9 South Carolina 1/13 L No. 15 at Mississippi State 1/17 W No. 16 at No. 19 Auburn 1/20 L No. 16 No. 7 Vanderbilt 1/24 W No. 17 at Ole Miss 1/27 L No. 17 at No. 18 Florida 1/31 L No. 19 Mississippi State 2/3 W No. 19 at Kentucky 2/7 L No. 22 at No. 9 South Carolina 2/10 L No. 22 No. 3 Tennessee 2/17 W No. 24 No. 14 Florida 2/19 W No. 23 Western Kentucky 2/21 W No. 23 Alabama 2/24 L No. 23 at Arkansas 2/28 W No. 24 3 vs. Alabama 3/1 L No. 24 3 vs. No. 3 Tennessee 3/16 L 4 vs. No. 15 Old Dominion 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.)

88-57 77-72 77-67 77-62 54-48 73-54 68-63 72-51 69-52 83-70 72-56 49-70 105-36 64-71 82-84 60-49 47-64 79-69 64-73 71-72 76-50 59-64 50-52 73-62 76-58 73-62 45-66 64-60 67-81 54-68

2001-02 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 19-11 ◊ Home: 9-4 ◊ Road: 7-5 ◊ Neutral: 3-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. K. Braxton 30-25 734-24.5 198-367 .540 1-7 .143 92-147 .626 205-6.8 68 101 59 54 489-16.3 Thomas 30-12 664-22.1 122-237 .515 5-20 .250 62-103 .602 187-6.2 27 52 45 31 311-10.4 30-23 777-25.9 78-202 .386 46-129 .357 30-38 .789 102-3.4 73 72 5 32 232-7.7 Lycett 26-21 648-24.9 80-167 .479 2-10 .200 62-82 .756 172-6.6 47 78 9 20 224-8.6 Felder McDona 29-23 613-21.1 84-153 .549 0-1 .000 53-77 .688 160-5.5 35 59 48 37 221-7.6 Murphy 30-23 824-27.5 49-165 .297 21-100 .210 40-54 .741 55-1.8 115 80 0 35 159-5.3 30-8 433-14.4 70-177 .395 9-38 .237 6-10 .600 72-2.4 11 42 8 7 155-5.2 Pierce 29-8 613-21.1 53-141 .376 11-44 .250 24-39 .615 77-2.7 50 60 2 32 141-4.9 Law 26-7 304-11.7 10-30 .333 4-6 .667 15-27 .556 12-0.5 38 30 1 15 39-1.5 Eason 19-0 185-9.7 12-31 .387 7-19 .368 7-11 .636 19-1.0 21 12 3 22 38-2.0 Taylor Washington 20-0 104-5.2 10-22 .455 0-2 .000 6-8 .750 24-1.2 7 11 0 5 26-1.3 74-4.6 7-20 .350 0-0 .000 6-16 .375 22-1.4 0 7 4 2 20-1.2 Kim Braxton 16-0 14-0 77-5.5 6-21 .286 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 11-0.8 6 9 4 2 13-0.9 Frye 135-4.5 14 Team 30 6050 779-1733 .450 107-381 .281 403-613 .657 1253-41.8 498 627 188 294 2068-68.9 Georgia Opponents 30 6050 648-1770 .366 138-458 .301 429-629 .682 1028-34.3 350 573 63 284 1863-62.1

2002-03 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 21-10 ◊ Home: 14-0 ◊ Road: 7-7 ◊ Neutral: 0-3)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Thomas 30-28 850-28.3 180-335 .537 10-37 .270 111-156 .712 241-8.0 22 53 56 38 481-16.0 Kendrick 31-31 982-31.7 121-320 .378 52-143 .364 89-105 .848 112-3.6 158 82 1 55 383-12.4 31-28 1038-33.5 106-264 .402 55-150 .367 37-41 .902 133 -4.3 94 69 2 42 304-9.8 Lycett 30-25 877-29.2 115-307 .375 8-29 .276 51-72 .708 129-4.3 83 72 11 89 289-9.6 Baker Felder 12-1 198-16.5 33-64 .516 0-2 .000 20-32 .625 55-4.6 6 14 2 4 86-7.2 28-4 499-17.8 78-165 .473 7-24 .292 31-40 .775 119-4.3 11 31 22 9 194-6.9 Pierce 30-16 530-17.7 77-157 .490 12-30 .400 27-46 .587 128-4.3 23 52 9 21 193-6.4 Driskell 31-5 512-16.5 22-71 .310 8-34 .235 15-18 .833 60-1.9 70 38 1 28 67-2.2 Taylor 26-3 264-10.2 21-57 .368 6-22 .273 6-9 .667 49-1.9 15 21 1 8 54-2.1 Frye Braxton 21-14 500-23.8 134-243 .551 2-7 .286 60-82 .732 153-7.3 52 78 43 30 330-15.7 118-3.9 10 TEAM 31 6250 887-1983 .447 160-478 .335 447-601 .744 1297-41.8 534 520 148 324 2381-76.8 Georgia Opponents 31 6250 738-1906 .387 169-558 .303 348-476 .731 1114-35.9 408 585 97 213 1993-64.3

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2002-03 Season

NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

21-10 No. 19 No. 11 Andy Landers

11/22 W No. 8 at Chattanooga 79-58 89-50 11/27 W No. 8 at Georgia State 11/30 L No. 8 at Arizona 49-70 70-74 12/2 L No. 14 at Arizona State 12/6 W No. 14 UCLA 91-83 12/8 W No. 14 Oakland 99-56 87-56 12/14 W No. 20 Tennessee Tech 12/17 W No. 20 Michigan State 64-61 78-81 12/20 L No. 20 at Houston 12/27 L No. 24 1 vs. Georgia Tech 61-65 12/30 W at Middle Tennessee 79-43 91-44 1/2 W at South Florida 1/4 W California 94-61 105-62 1/12 W at Florida 1/16 W Ole Miss 96-54 1/19 W at No. 14 South Carolina 67-59 77-47 1/23 W No. 24 at Alabama 1/26 W No. 24 Kentucky 71-59 2/2 L No. 18 at No. 5 LSU 64-68 2/6 W No. 17 No. 12 Mississippi State 76-71 2/9 W No. 17 Auburn 78-67 2/13 W No. 14 No. 15 South Carolina (2OT) 97-91 56-58 2/16 L No. 14 at No. 18 Vanderbilt 2/20 L No. 13 at No. 3 Tennessee 60-87 2/23 W No. 14 No. 15 Arkansas 69-60 2/27 L No. 14 at No. 12 Mississippi State 71-76 76-67 3/1 W No. 14 Florida 70-74 3/7 L No. 17 2 vs. No. 15 Vanderbilt 3/22 W No. 19 3 UNC Charlotte 80-61 3/24 W No. 19 3 No. 23 Rutgers 74-64 3/29 L 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.)


Season-by-season results & Stats 2003-04 Season

NCAA ''elite eight''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

25-10 No. 6 No. 8 Andy Landers

11/21 W No. 10 Georgia State 11/25 W No. 10 at Georgia Southern 11/28 W No. 10 at Santa Clara 11/30 L No. 10 at No. 6 Stanford 12/3 W No. 11 Houston 12/6 W No. 11 N.C. State 12/13 W No. 10 Middle Tennessee 12/17 W No. 10 at Furman 12/20 L No. 10 at No. 5 Texas 12/27 W No. 12 1 vs. Georgia Tech 12/29 W No. 12 2 vs. Morehead State 12/30 W No. 12 2 at Eastern Kentucky 1/4 W No. 12 South Florida 1/8 W No. 12 Mississippi State 1/11 W No. 12 at Kentucky 1/15 L No. 11 at No. 20 Auburn 1/18 L No. 11 Florida 1/22 L No. 17 at Ole Miss (2OT) 1/25 W No. 17 No. 12 LSU 2/1 W No. 19 Alabama 2/5 W No. 16 at Vanderbilt 2/8 L No. 16 at Arkansas 2/12 L No. 19 No. 3 Tennessee 2/15 W No. 19 Ole Miss 2/22 W No. 18 at South Carolina 2/26 L No. 19 at Florida 2/29 W No. 19 Kentucky 3/4 W No. 20 3 vs. South Carolina 3/5 W No. 20 3 vs. Florida 3/6 W No. 20 3 vs. No. 1 Tennessee (OT) 3/7 L No. 20 3 vs. No. 21 Vanderbilt 3/20 W No. 16 4 vs. Liberty 3/22 W No. 16 4 vs. TCU 3/27 W No. 16 5 vs. No. 3 Purdue 3/29 L No. 16 5 vs. No. 19 LSU 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.)

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

2003-04 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 25-10 ◊ Home: 10-2 ◊ Road: 7-6 ◊ Neutral: 8-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Thomas 35-33 935-26.7 173-321 .539 5-22 .227 112-145 .772 290-8.3 28 52 51 38 463-13.2 35-35 1139-32.5 157-381 .412 14-40 .350 62-86 .72 133-3.8 120 71 3 104 390-11.1 Baker Hardrick 35-18 961-27.5 120-297 .404 46-136 .338 88-106 .830 107-3.1 108 85 2 47 374-10.7 Kendrick 35-35 1114-31.8 110-314 .350 41-157 .261 62-75 .827 137-3.9 155 87 1 36 323-9.2 Pierce 35-10 778-22.2 123-236 .521 23-61 .377 31-41 .756 152-4.3 24 57 15 15 300 -8.6 Chambers 35-12 747-21.3 90-246 .366 46-139 .331 25-27 .926 91-2.6 54 38 9 25 251-7.2 13-0 144-11.1 22-43 .512 0-0 .000 23-33 .697 37-2.8 2 10 4 6 67-5.2 Felder Rowsey 35-10 463-13.2 28-77 .364 1-7 .143 23-41 .561 102-2.9 24 27 18 8 80-2.3 Frye 28-5 306-10.9 22-70 .314 14-38 .368 5-15 .333 47-1.7 14 28 1 11 63-2.3 Braxton 20-17 488-24.4 108-226 .478 1-6 .167 57-88 .648 160-8.0 23 58 25 27 274-13.7 159-4.5 5 TEAM Georgia 35 7075 953-2211 .431 191-606 .315 488-657 .743 1415-40.4 552 518 129 317 2585-73.9 Opponents 35 7075 811-2113 .384 172-549 .313 397-567 .700 1308-37.4 450 618 102 261 2191-62.6

2004-05 Season

NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

24-10 No. 20 No. 13 Andy Landers

11/19 W No. 5 Furman 11/21 W No. 5 No. 2 Texas 11/26 W No. 3 1 vs. Idaho 11/27 L No. 3 1 vs. TCU 11/28 W No. 3 1 vs. Santa Clara 11/30 W No. 6 Georgia Southern 12/3 L No. 6 at Georgia Tech 12/7 L No. 11 Arizona State 12/10 W No. 11 Augusta State 12/12 W No. 11 No. 24 Arizona 12/19 W No. 15 at Iona 12/21 W No. 15 at Marist 12/30 W No. 16 Arkansas 1/2 W No. 16 Tennessee-Martin 1/6 W No. 17 OIe Miss 1/8 L No. 17 at No. 1 LSU 1/10 W No. 18 Stetson 1/13 L No. 18 at Kentucky 1/16 W No. 18 Auburn (Overall: 24-10 ◊ Home: 13-2 ◊ Road: 5-5 ◊ Neutral: 6-3) Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 1/23 W No. 21 at Mississippi State Humphrey 33-32 904-27.4 236-421 .561 17-43 .395 139-180 .772 276-8.4 50 89 36 35 628-19.0 1/27 W No. 19 Florida Chambers 34-29 1007-29.6 168-392 .429 73-191 .382 38-47 .809 133-3.9 43 59 5 51 447-13.1 1/31 L No. 18 at No. 5 Tennessee 34-30 1113-32.7 162-375 .432 7-38 .184 57-74 .770 158-4.6 93 88 4 84 388-11.4 2/3 W No. 18 at Alabama Baker Hardrick 32-0 598-18.7 76-160 .475 31-74 .419 79-96 .823 79-2.5 66 52 0 30 262-8.2 2/6 W No. 18 Kentucky Kendrick 34-34 859-25.3 74-199 .372 26-99 .263 54-71 .761 135-4.0 117 67 2 36 228-6.7 2/10 W No. 18 South Carolina Darrah 34-3 720-21.2 68-200 .340 27-83 .325 30-42 .714 108-3.2 30 49 9 19 193-5.7 2/13 W No. 18 2 vs. Clemson 1-7 .143 27-37 .730 170-5.0 25 57 34 12 138-4.1 2/20 L No. 16 at Ole Miss Rowsey 34-34 795-23.4 55-152 .362 30-0 347-11.6 32-76 .421 5-14 .357 6-8 .750 69-2.3 16 31 7 6 75-2.5 2/24 W No. 18 at Florida Pierce Frye 30-8 356-11.9 27-84 .321 14-49 .286 4-7 .571 43-1.4 17 18 3 8 72-2.4 2/27 L No. 18 No. 19 Vanderbilt (OT) Greene 10-0 42-4.2 3-5 .600 2-3 .667 3-6 .500 14-1.4 0 4 1 3 11-1.1 3/4 W No. 21 3 vs. Ole Miss .421 0-0 .000 7-12 .583 19-0.9 1 4 3 1 23-1.1 3/5 L No. 21 3 vs. No. 1 LSU Bostice 21-0 84-4.0 8-19 3/19 W No. 20 4 vs. Rice 148-4.4 7 TEAM Georgia 34 6825 909-2083 .436 203-601 .338 444-580 .766 1352-39.8 458 525 104 285 2465-72.5 3/21 W No. 20 4 vs. No. 13 Texas Opponents 34 6825 763-1986 .384 158-465 .340 376-582 .646 1216-35.8 388 595 129 238 2060-60.6 3/26 L No. 20 5 vs. No. 7 Duke 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.)

2004-05 Individual Statistics

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

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Season-by-season results & Stats 2005-06 Season

NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

23-9 No. 12 No. 13 Andy Landers

2005-06 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 23-9 ◊ Home: 9-2 ◊ Road: 10-3 ◊ Neutral: 4-4)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Humphrey 31-31 1034-33.4 223-442 .505 30-67 .448 148-177 .836 283-9.1 52 70 23 37 624-20.1 32-32 1174-36.7 242-457 .530 4-16 .250 110-136 .809 150-4.7 103 87 6 149 598-18.7 Baker Chambers 32-31 1001-31.3 136-318 .428 78-184 .424 10-11 .909 111-3.5 69 46 5 34 360-11.3 32-32 1067-33.3 114-290 .393 49-144 .340 49-59 .831 151-4.7 81 68 12 20 326-10.2 Darrah 32-2 677-21.2 91-194 .469 41-92 .446 59-85 .694 101-3.2 88 39 2 60 282-8.8 Hardrick Kendrick 32-32 890-27.8 81-184 .440 25-67 .373 47-62 .758 120-3.8 115 74 1 51 234-7.3 28-0 251-9.0 28-73 .384 0-5 .000 12-19 .632 41-1.5 11 13 5 7 68-2.4 Taylor 27-0 226-8.4 23-40 .575 0-0 .000 5-13 .385 48-1.8 2 15 3 7 51-1.9 Bostice 17-0 89-5.2 3-10 .300 1-5 .200 2-4 .500 17-1.0 2 5 0 6 9-0.5 Greene McKnight 6-0 16-2.7 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-0.2 0 0 0 0 2-0.3 127-4.0 14 TEAM Georgia 32 6425 942-2013 .468 228-581 .392 442-566 .781 1150-35.9 524 431 57 371 2554-79.8 Opponents 32 6425 764-1822 .419 150-513 .292 373-545 .684 1127-35.2 396 627 85 206 2051-64.1

11/13 L No. 8 1 vs. No. 6 Baylor 72-84 92-91 11/18 W No. 8 Santa Clara 11/21 W No. 11 at TCU 80-51 64-84 11/25 L No. 11 2 vs. UCLA 11/26 W No. 17 2 at Loyola Marymount 89-58 11/30 W No. 17 at Middle Tennessee 90-72 72-66 12/4 W No. 17 Georgia Tech 12/6 W No. 17 Iona 97-60 103-34 12/10 W No. 17 Savannah State 12/19 L No. 15 at No. 25 Temple (OT) 66-69 12/29 W No. 17 at Memphis 97-44 81-47 12/30 W No. 17 at Tennessee-Martin 1/5 W No. 17 at Ole Miss 84-70 89-70 1/8 W No. 17 Florida 1/12 L No. 13 at No. 1 Tennessee 85-94 1/15 W No. 13 3 vs. Miami 74-59 81-42 1/19 W No. 13 Mississippi State 1/22 L No. 13 No. 3 LSU 64-65 74-65 1/26 W No. 15 at South Carolina (Overall: 27-7 ◊ Home: 11-2 ◊ Road: 10-2 ◊ Neutral: 6-3) 1/29 W No. 15 at No. 24 Florida 92-55 Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 2/2 W No. 14 No. 21 Kentucky 91-57 Humphrey 29-26 839-28.9 176-352 .500 19-66 .288 97-133 .729 221-7.6 47 66 24 32 468-16.1 2/5 W No. 14 Alabama 84-59 Chambers 34-34 1055-31.0 158-376 .420 85-228 .373 31-40 .775 112-3.3 60 61 4 43 432-12.7 2/12 L No. 13 at No. 3 LSU 61-68 Houts 34-31 1145-33.7 91-219 .416 33-96 .344 105-136 .772 105-3.1 124 97 0 93 320-9.4 2/16 L No. 13 No. 5 Tennessee 55-58 Hardrick 34-27 1021-30.0 89-242 .368 31-107 .290 85-102 .833 135-4.0 117 60 5 61 294-8.6 2/19 W No. 13 at No. 22 Vanderbilt 83-61 Robinson 33- 2 596-18.1 104-192 .542 2-3 .667 53-87 .609 178-5.4 10 51 31 16 263-8.0 2/23 W No. 13 at Arkansas 86-80 Marshall 34- 6 714-21.0 111-244 .455 7-27 .259 36-56 .643 109-3.2 35 59 6 27 265-7.8 2/26 W No. 13 Auburn 74-61 Darrah 34-27 864-25.4 84-207 .406 38-96 .396 47-58 .810 156-4.6 59 58 11 32 253-7.4 69-47 Rowsey 3/3 W No. 12 4 vs. No. 23 Vanderbilt 29-17 414-14.3 42-99 .424 0-2 .000 28-42 .667 86-3.0 20 23 16 6 112-3.9 3/4 L No. 12 4 vs. No. 8 Tennessee 79-89 Taylor 22- 0 129-5.9 11-24 .458 0-0 .000 5-10 .500 42-1.9 3 9 8 1 27-1.2 3/19 W No. 12 5 vs. Marist 75-60 Taylor 12- 0 48-4.0 2-9 .222 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 6-0.5 2 4 0 1 7-0.6 3/21 W No. 12 5 vs. Hartford 73-54 TEAM 125-3.7 12 3/26 L No. 12 6 vs. No. 8 Connecticut 75-77 Georgia 34 6825 8 68-1964 .442 215-625 . 344 4 90-670 .731 1275-37.5 477 500 105 312 2441-71.8 1 State Farm Tipoff Classic (Lubbock, Texas) Opponents 34 6825 743-1965 .378 179-605 .296 349-516 .676 1223-36.0 383 608 88 259 2014-59.2 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.)

2006-07 Individual Statistics

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2006-07 Season

NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

27-7 No. 13 No. 14 Andy Landers

11/12 W No. 9 1 vs. No. 12 Rutgers 11/15 W No. 9 North Carolina A&T 11/19 W No. 9 Davidson 11/21 W No. 8 Georgia Southern 11/26 W No. 8 No. 11 Stanford 11/29 W No. 8 Memphis 12/3 W No. 8 at Georgia Tech 12/7 L No. 8 Middle Tennessee 12/15 W No. 11 at Savannah State 12/17 W No. 11 TCU 12/20 W No. 11 at George Mason 12/21 W No. 11 at Richmond 12/28 L No. 11 2 vs. No. 17 G. Washington 12/30 W No. 11 2 vs. Brown 1/4 W No. 15 Florida 1/7 L No. 15 at No. 6 LSU 1/11 W No. 15 at Mississippi State 1/14 L No. 15 No. 4 Tennessee 1/18 W No. 16 No. 14 Vanderbilt 1/21 W No. 16 3 vs. Florida State 1/25 W No. 14 No. 22 Ole Miss 1/28 W No. 14 at Florida 2/1 W No. 14 No. 7 LSU 2/5 L No. 9 at No. 3 Tennessee 2/8 W No. 9 at Alabama 2/11 W No. 9 South Carolina 2/15 W No. 11 at Kentucky (OT) 2/18 W No. 11 at Auburn 2/25 W No. 11 Arkansas 3/2 W No. 10 4 vs. Kentucky 3/3 L No. 10 4 vs. No. 13 Vanderbilt 3/17 W No. 14 5 vs. Belmont 3/19 W No. 14 5 vs. No. 24 Iowa State 3/25 L No. 13 6 vs. No. 11 Purdue 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)

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


Season-by-season results & Stats 2007-08 Season

NCAA 2nd Round

Record: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

23-10 No. 24 Andy Landers

11/9 W No. 9 Richmond 11/11 W No. 9 George Mason 11/13 W No. 8 Georgia Southern 11/16 W No. 8 Temple 11/23 W No. 8 1 vs. Prairie View A&M 11/24 W No. 8 1 vs. Southern Cal 11/29 W No. 7 Oakland 12/2 W No. 7 Georgia Tech 12/9 W No. 7 Davidson 12/17 W No. 7 Mercer 12/29 W No. 7 2 vs. Florida State (OT) 12/30 W No. 7 2 at Florida International 1/2 W No. 7 Presbyterian 1/6 L No. 7 at Xavier 1/10 W No. 10 Ole Miss 1/13 L No. 10 at No. 22 Auburn 1/17 L No. 12 at Vanderbilt 1/20 W No. 12 Alabama 1/24 W No. 17 at Florida 1/27 L No. 17 at No. 11 Oklahoma 1/31 L No. 17 Kentucky 2/3 L No. 17 Vanderbilt 2/7 W No. 24 at Arkansas 2/10 L No. 24 at No. 8 LSU 2/14 W Florida 2/17 W at Mississippi State 2/24 W No. 24 Auburn 2/28 W No. 22 at South Carolina 3/2 L No. 22 No. 3 Tennessee 3/6 W No. 23 3 vs. Alabama 3/7 L No. 23 3 vs. Kentucky 3/23 W 4 vs. Iowa 3/25 L 4 vs. No. 2 North Carolina 1 Junkanoo Jam (Freeport, Bahamas) 2 FIU Sun & Fun Classic (Miami, Fla.) 3 SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 5 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Norfolk, Va.)

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

2007-08 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 23-10 ◊ Home: 13-3 ◊ Road: 5-5 ◊ Neutral: 5-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Humphrey 33-33 1029-31.2 190-420 .452 34-110 .309 138-176 .784 300-9.1 70 74 36 40 552-16.7 33-33 1215-36.8 111-260 .427 34-99 .343 131-165 .794 94-2.8 163 119 1 87 387-11.7 Houts Robinson 33-28 946-28.7 130-254 .512 1-10 .100 67-93 .720 278-8.4 31 92 51 28 328-9.9 Darrah 32-32 951-29.7 99-269 .368 49-142 .345 45-56 .804 149-4.7 66 66 11 35 292-9.1 Puleo 33-32 956-29.0 98-237 .414 54-155 .348 22-34 .647 76-2.3 85 73 3 34 272-8.2 30-1 534-17.8 80-217 .369 16-46 .348 20-32 .625 93 3.1 17 46 13 15 196-6.5 Marshall 14-0 104-7.4 17-38 .447 2-8 .250 11-16 .688 23-1.6 4 8 0 4 47-3.4 Carter 19-0 150-7.9 26-57 .456 1-3 .333 7-10 .700 28-1.5 7 13 2 8 60-3.2 Taylor Rowsey 21-5 195-9.3 15-41 .366 3-6 .500 8-17 .471 41-2.0 7 14 5 1 41-2.0 17-1 140-8.2 10-45 .222 10-39 .256 2-2 1.000 19-1.1 9 14 0 7 32-1.9 Moss 30-0 303-10.1 17-54 .315 0-1 .000 21-45 .467 67-2.2 4 16 9 7 55-1.8 Lee 17-0 102-6.0 7-23 .304 3-7 .429 3-4 .750 10-0.6 6 8 0 4 20-1.2 Rhoden 148-4.6 9 TEAM Georgia 33 6625 800-1915 .418 207-626 .331 475-650 .731 1326-40.2 469 552 131 270 2282-69.2 Opponents 33 6625 726-1916 .379 150-517 .290 354-531 .667 1177-35.7 365 575 91 242 1956-59.3

2008-09 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 18-14 ◊ Home: 11-3* ◊ Road: 4-9 ◊ Neutral: 3-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 32-32 1207-37.7 129-315 .410 39-125 .312 88-113 .779 90-2.8 151 111 0 70 385-12.0 Houts Robinson 32-20 943-29.5 147-265 .555 4-7 .571 71-99 .717 298-9.3 25 78 70 26 369-11.5 32-23 759-23.7 134-297 .451 1-4 .250 66-88 .750 196-6.1 45 90 38 40 335-10.5 Phillips Marshall 31-21 804-25.9 120-294 .408 7-35 .200 25-39 .641 141-4.5 64 70 17 28 272-8.8 Puleo 31-28 926-29.9 77-200 .385 49-138 .355 26-33 .788 73-2.4 71 67 2 40 229-7.4 32-9 603-18.8 102-235 .434 2-10 .200 19-34 .559 122-3.8 20 52 9 11 225-7.0 Taylor 31-8 615-19.8 41-125 .328 17-58 .293 14-41 .341 84-2.7 38 23 0 20 113-3.6 Rhoden 17-12 248-14.6 26-56 .464 0-0 .000 9-20 .450 57-3.4 5 18 2 9 61-3.6 Lee 22-7 222-10.1 16-44 .364 2-9 .222 13-23 .565 28-1.3 20 19 8 11 47-2.1 Mitchell 4-0 10-2.5 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 7-1.8 0 0 0 0 4-1.0 Smith 9-0 29-3.2 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 2-0.2 1 2 0 3 5-0.6 Stoddard Watt 9-0 34-3.8 1-7 .143 0-6 .000 0-0 .000 3-0.3 0 3 0 0 2-0.2 TEAM 141-4.4 13 32 6400 797-1847 .432 122-395 .309 331-491 .674 1242-38.8 440 546 146 258 2047-64.0 Georgia Opponents 32 6400 680-1864 .365 151-518 .292 343-485 .707 1144-35.8 377 537 83 213 1854-57.9 * 11-3 home record includes a win over Clemson in Duluth.

2008-09 Season

NCAA 1st Round

Record: Head Coach:

18-14 Andy Landers

11/15 W Alabama State 85-35 64-61 11/20 W at Oakland 11/22 L at Detroit Mercy 66-70 85-31 11/26 W N.C. Central 11/28 W 1 vs. Cal State Fullerton 85-64 11/29 W 1 vs. E. Washington 75-51 77-57 12/1 W East Tennessee State 12/3 W Tennessee Tech 72-46 42-57 12/5 L at Georgia Tech 12/8 L 2 at No. 15 Rutgers 34-45 12/20 W at UAB 73-49 # Clemson 67-50 12/22 W 12/30 L Xavier 44-56 60-62 1/2 L at No. 16 Virginia 1/8 L at Ole Miss 54-62 1/11 W South Carolina 69-63 74-28 1/15 W Savannah State 1/18 L at No. 19 Florida 45-61 66-55 1/22 W No. 17 Vanderbilt 1/25 W at Alabama 63-61 1/29 W No. 5 Auburn 67-58 2/1 W Mississippi State 69-57 2/5 L at No. 12 Tennessee 43-73 64-77 2/8 L Arkansas 2/15 L at No. 24 Vanderbilt 64-80 46-57 2/19 L LSU 2/22 L at No. 3 Auburn 59-65 2/26 W at Kentucky 61-57 3/1 W No. 17 Florida 84-75 3/5 W 3 vs. Kentucky 82-64 3/6 L 3 vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt 61-69 3/21 L 4 vs. Arizona State 47-58 1 Lady Rebel Round-up (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2 Jimmy V Classic (Piscataway, N.J.) # Home game played at Arena at Gwinnett Center (Duluth, Ga.) 3 SEC Tournament (North Little Rock, Ark.) 4 NCAA 1st Round (Duluth, Ga.)

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Season-by-season results & Stats 2009-10 Season

NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

25-9 No. 23 No. 19 Andy Landers

11/15 W No. 21 No. 13 Oklahoma 62-51 74-57 11/19 W No. 16 at Chattanooga 11/22 W No. 16 Rutgers 49-48 75-48 11/25 W No. 14 Alabama State 77-58 11/27 W No. 14 1 vs. Texas A&M-CC 84-55 11/28 W No. 14 1 vs. Southern Miss 71-42 12/1 W No. 13 UAB 56-50 12/6 W No. 13 No. 23 Georgia Tech 71-50 12/8 W No. 13 Tennessee State 69-53 12/20 W No. 11 No. 19 Virginia 12/22 W No. 9 Detroit 66-42 59-47 12/28 W No. 9 at Clemson 12/30 W No. 9 at Savannah State 80-45 52-44 1/3 W No. 9 at Alabama 1/7 W No. 8 Kentucky (OT) 61-60 1/10 W No. 8 Florida 61-52 44-66 1/14 L No. 6 at Vanderbilt 1/17 W No. 6 at Arkansas 73-63 53-50 1/21 W No. 8 No. 3 Tennessee 1/24 L No. 8 Ole Miss 65-66 1/28 L No. 9 at Mississippi State 66-74 53-67 1/31 L No. 9 at Auburn 2/4 W No. 14 No. 19 LSU (OT) 49-46 2/7 L No. 14 South Carolina 42-52 2/11 L No. 19 at No. 17 Kentucky 48-64 2/14 W No. 19 Alabama 76-47 57-64 2/21 L No. 20 at Florida 65-49 2/25 W No. 24 at South Carolina 2/28 W No. 24 Arkansas 69-48 3/4 W No. 22 2 vs. Alabama 73-66 3/5 L No. 22 2 vs. Mississippi State 52-67 3/20 W No. 23 3 vs. Tulane 64-59 3/22 W No. 23 3 vs. No. 20 Oklahoma St. (OT) 74-71 36-73 3/27 L No. 23 4 vs. No. 2 Stanford 1 Lady Eagle Classic (Hattiesburg, Miss.) 2 SEC Tournament (Duluth, Ga.) 3 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Tempe, Ariz.) 4 NCAA Regional (Sacramento, Calif.)

2009-10 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 25-9 ◊ Home: 14-2 ◊ Road: 7-5 ◊ Neutral: 4-2)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Houts 34-34 1201-35.3 134-337 .398 39-132 .295 115-141 .816 109-3.2 127 79 1 69 422-12.4 34-33 1222-35.9 130-419 .310 46-174 .264 85-132 .644 173-5.1 101 109 3 60 391-11.5 James 34-34 975-28.7 112-307 .365 4-24 .167 67-104 .644 279-8.2 31 88 53 45 295-8.7 Phillips Mitchell 34-31 1096-32.2 102-284 .359 34-118 .288 51-93 .548 183-5.4 61 71 28 49 289-8.5 Robinson 30-27 771-25.7 78-162 .481 3-4 .750 69-101 .683 228-7.6 20 76 61 17 228-7.6 34-4 488-14.4 84-161 .522 0-0 .000 43-68 .632 96-2.8 7 46 11 8 211-6.2 Hassell Armstrong 34-3 477-14.0 71-159 .447 23-60 .383 12-25 .480 84-2.5 23 36 21 18 177-5.2 26-0 228-8.8 16-61 .262 15-53 .283 5-6 .833 19-0.7 11 18 0 4 52-2.0 Williams Willis 13-0 49-3.8 8-15 .533 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 16-1.2 2 3 4 1 17-1.3 16-0 89-5.6 7-16 .438 0-0 .000 4-8 .500 13-0.8 1 7 5 3 18-1.1 Jones 30-4 279-9.3 10-43 .233 6-28 .214 0-2 .000 31-1.0 15 10 0 9 26-0.9 Rhoden TEAM 146-4.3 9 Georgia 34 6875 752-1964 .383 170-593 .287 452-682 .663 1377-40.5 399 552 187 283 2126-62.5 Opponents 34 6875 686-1980 .346 195-667 .292 327-467 .700 1311-38.6 380 604 121 247 1894-55.7

2010-11 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 23-11 ◊ Home: 12-2 ◊ Road: 7-6 ◊ Neutral: 4-3)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 33-33 1185-35.9 150-400 .375 40-147 .272 65-108 .602 116-3.5 118 99 3 61 405-12.3 James Phillips 34-34 1067-31.4 133-336 .396 8-34 .235 92-114 .807 365-10.7 54 77 50 49 366-10.8 34-25 802-23.6 129-250 .516 0-2 .000 69-109 .633 152-4.5 0 54 12 16 327-9.6 Hassell 34-18 966-28.4 116-294 .395 53-163 .325 23-38 .605 98-2.9 54 59 5 28 308-9.1 Miller Mitchell 34-31 1071-31.5 101-288 .351 15-73 .205 43-83 .518 167-4.9 88 92 15 57 260-7.6 Armstrong 34-18 745-21.9 86-234 .368 37-126 .294 29-45 .644 137-4.0 53 55 32 33 238-7.0 Ransford 28-6 420-15.0 39-116 .336 7-27 .259 17-23 .739 69-2.5 35 38 3 31 102-3.6 34-4 435-12.8 53-101 .525 0-0 .000 15-29 .517 4127-3.7 9 36 20 13 121-3.6 Willis 9-0 32-3.6 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 5-8 .625 9-1.0 0 3 1 3 13-1.4 Johnson 19-1 102-5.4 9-19 .474 0-0 .000 5-13 .385 21-1.1 0 5 5 0 23-1.2 Jones 138-4.1 23 TEAM Georgia 34 6825 820-2047 .401 160-572 .280 363-570 .637 1399-41.1 411 541 146 291 2163-63.6 Opponents 34 6825 718-1957 .367 201-670 .300 355-519 .684 1262-37.1 418 572 76 228 1992-58.6

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2010-11 Season

NCAA ''sweet 16''

Record: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

23-11 No. 24 Andy Landers

11/14 W No. 19 Georgia Southern 11/19 W No. 18 Chattanooga 11/21 W No. 18 Indiana 11/23 L No. 17 at Southern Cal 11/26 W No. 17 1 vs. Denver 11/27 W No. 17 1 at Loyola Marymount 12/1 W No. 21 Southern Miss 12/5 L No. 21 at Georgia Tech 12/7 W No. 25 Mercer 12/19 W High Point 12/22 W at TCU 2 vs. Louisana Tech 12/29 L 12/30 W 2 at FIU 1/2 W South Carolina 1/9 W at No. 10 Kentucky 1/13 W at No. 20 Arkansas 1/16 W Florida 1/20 W No. 24 at Alabama 1/23 W No. 24 Mississippi State 1/27 L No. 20 at South Carolina 1/30 L No. 20 at LSU 2/3 W No. 24 Arkansas (OT) 2/6 W No. 24 Alabama 2/10 L No. 24 Vanderbilt 2/13 W No. 24 at Ole Miss 2/17 W No. 19 Kentucky 2/21 L No. 22 at No. 4 Tennesse 2/24 L No. 22 Auburn 2/27 L No. 22 at Florida 3 vs. South Carolina 3/4 W 3/5 L 3 vs. No. 4 Tennessee 3/20 W 4 vs. Middle Tennessee 3/22 W 4 vs. No. 15 Florida State 5 vs. No. 8 Texas A&M 3/27 L 1 LMU Thanksgiving Classic (Los Angeles) 2 FIU Fun & Sun Classic (Miami) 3 SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 4 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Auburn, Ala.) 5 NCAA Regional (Dallas, Texas)

58-43 79-69 84-51 63-71 73-51 76-45 70-53 53-69 92-45 66-61 60-57 62-77 70-65 61-51 61-59 59-56 70-64 60-51 78-58 48-57 41-47 57-54 81-54 59-69 61-56 69-51 44-77 58-63 71-74 66-34 58-82 56-41 61-59 38-79


Season-by-season results & Stats 2011-12 Season

2011-12 Individual Statistics

NCAA 1st Round

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

22-9 No. 20 No. 20 Andy Landers

11/11 W No. 13 TCU 11/15 W No. 12 at Georgia Southern 11/17 W No. 12 College of Charleston 11/20 W No. 12 No. 23 Southern Cal 11/26 L No. 10 1 vs. No. 21 Georgetown 11/27 W No. 10 1 vs. Northeastern 11/30 W No. 15 S.C. State 12/4 W No. 15 Georgia Tech 12/6 W No. 14 at Mercer 12/19 L No. 13 2 vs. Gonzaga 12/20 W No. 13 2 vs. Montana State 12/22 W No. 13 Appalachian State 12/28 W No. 17 Furman 1/1 W No. 17 Arkansas 1/5 L No. 16 at No. 6 Tennessee 1/8 W No. 16 at Auburn 1/12 W No. 19 Florida 1/15 W No. 19 at Mississippi State 1/19 L No. 15 No. 6 Kentucky 1/22 W No. 15 at Ole Miss 1/26 L No. 17 at Vanderbilt 1/29 L No. 17 No. 7 Tennessee 2/2 W No. 21 Mississippi State 2/5 W No. 21 at Alabama 2/12 W No. 21 Vanderbilt 2/16 W No. 18 at No. 25 South Carolina 2/19 L No. 18 at Florida 2/23 W No. 18 Ole Miss 2/26 W No. 18 LSU 3/2 L No. 16 3 vs. No. 25 South Carolina 3/18 L No. 21 4 vs. Marist 1 Lady Rebel Round-up (Las Vegas) 2 Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic (Las Vegas) 3 SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 4 NCAA Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.)

(Overall: 22-9 ◊ Home: 13-2 ◊ Road: 7-3 ◊ Neutral: 2-4)

83-60 68-49 73-48 67-60 56-64 81-61 85-48 75-68 80-43 68-71 63-49 81-37 83-58 67-57 51-80 70-45 61-55 68-51 64-69 61-47 48-68 50-67 70-60 81-66 76-63 61-59 57-61 87-52 62-46 55-59 70-76

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. Hassell 31-31 836-27.0 164-302 .543 0-0 .000 74-119 .622 176-5.7 14 53 8 20 402-13.0 31-31 1071-34.5 140-369 .379 72-203 .355 32-41 .780 131-4.2 67 50 2 58 384-12.4 Miller Armstrong 31-28 960-31.0 141-309 .456 23-66 .348 50-66 .758 191-6.2 92 85 33 69 355-11.5 24-22 810-33.8 91-234 .389 19-62 .306 53-86 .616 113-4.7 81 66 3 64 254-10.6 James Mitchell 31-27 986-31.8 107-267 .401 16-57 .281 54-84 .643 159-5.1 72 65 9 57 284-9.2 30-12 622-20.7 65-191 .340 7-34 .206 27-45 .600 103-3.4 33 47 0 30 164-5.5 Ford 27-1 354-13.1 47-97 .485 3-5 .600 37-55 .673 86-3.2 15 33 4 10 134-5.0 Donald 31-2 401-12.9 46-87 .529 0-1 .000 15-25 .600 100-3.2 11 30 9 20 107-3.5 Willis 1-0 4-4.0 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1-1.0 0 0 0 0 2-2.0 Jones Bennett 17-0 114-6.7 11-43 .256 6-30 .200 1-2 .500 15-0.9 6 15 1 4 29-1.7 13-1 42-3.2 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 2-4 .500 2-0.2 1 5 0 2 7-0.5 Crews 130-4.2 13 TEAM Georgia 31 815-1907 .427 147-461 .319 345-528 .653 1207-38.9 392 462 69 334 2122-68.5 Opponents 31 662-1712 .387 150-508 .295 323-489 .661 1122-36.2 337 611 109 212 1797-58.0

2012-13 Individual Statistics

(Overall: 28-7 ◊ Home: 15-1 ◊ Road: 8-4 ◊ Neutral: 5-2)

2012-13 Season

NCAa ''elite eight''

Record: AP Rank: USAT Rank: Head Coach:

28-7 No. 14 No. 10 Andy Landers

11/11 W No. 10 Rutgers 57-51 66-38 11/14 W No. 10 Presbyterian 11/16 W No. 10 S.C. State 62-46 70-38 11/18 W No. 10 Belmont 94-57 11/20 W No. 8 Savannah State 11/23 W No. 8 1 vs. Saint Bonaventure 84-48 72-42 11/24 W No. 8 1 at New Mexico 11/28 W No. 8 Furman 83-47 60-50 12/2 W No. 8 at Georgia Tech 12/4 W No. 6 Mercer 80-38 12/16 W No. 6 Lipscomb 93-42 72-59 12/19 W No. 6 at TCU 12/28 L No. 6 at Illinois 59-70 77-46 1/3 W No. 10 Missouri 66-79 1/6 L No. 10 at No. 12 Tennessee 1/10 W No. 13 at Alabama 95-83 42-40 1/13 W No. 13 No. 18 South Carolina 1/17 W No. 13 at Arkansas 57-53 46-64 1/20 L No. 13 No. 20 Texas A&M 1/27 W No. 14 Florida 69-52 1/31 W No. 14 Alabama 65-59 75-71 2/3 W No. 14 at No. 8 Kentucky 2/7 W No. 9 Auburn 61-58 54-62 2/10 L No. 9 at LSU 2/17 W No. 13 at Florida 62-57 2/21 W No. 13 Arkansas 66-34 2/24 W No. 13 at Ole Miss 73-54 2/28 L No. 11 at Mississippi State 38-50 3/3 W No. 11 Vanderbilt 55-50 3/8 W No. 12 2 vs. No. 22 LSU 71-53 3/9 L No. 12 2 vs. No. 7 Kentucky 38-60 3/23 W No. 14 3 vs. Montana 70-50 3/25 W No. 14 3 vs. No. 23 Iowa State 65-60 3/30 W No. 14 4 vs. No. 4 Stanford 61-59 62-65 4/1 L No. 14 4 vs. No. 6 Cal (OT)

Player G-GS MP-Avg. FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B S Pts.-Avg. 35-35 928-26.5 180-339 .531 0-0 .000 84-128 .656 217-6.2 17 61 15 30 444-12.7 Hassell James 35-35 1097-31.3 153-379 .404 7-38 .184 71-116 .612 125-3.6 133 86 3 81 384-11.0 35-15 812-23.2 97-281 .345 44-158 .278 28-32 .875 101-2.9 49 28 3 36 266-7.6 Miller 35-17 653-18.7 87-268 .325 46-155 .297 35-51 .686 102-2.9 29 38 3 32 255-7.3 Griffin 35-34 941-26.9 86-214 .402 20-67 .299 61-103 .592 212-6.1 87 70 2 85 253-7.2 Barbee Armstrong 34-29 884-26.0 90-258 .349 20-74 .270 45-56 .804 174-5.1 77 49 36 47 245-7.2 34-5 486-14.3 72-172 .419 14-41 .341 22-37 .595 101-3.0 27 22 2 19 180-5.3 Ford 30-4 357-11.9 37-97 .381 3-19 .158 20-29 .690 85-2.8 12 25 18 13 97-3.2 Hempe 21-1 237-11.3 19-49 .388 2-13 .154 12-14 .857 53-2.5 17 25 5 4 52-2.5 Donald Butler 27-0 295-10.9 21-57 .368 5-16 .313 14-19 .737 28-1.0 37 42 1 14 61-2.3 3-0 5-1.7 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 1-0.3 0 1 0 0 6-2.0 Bennett Causwell 17-0 105-6.2 12-31 .387 0-0 .000 10-15 .667 35-2.1 1 9 10 2 34-2.0 Willis 29-0 225-7.8 16-40 .400 0-0 .000 11-20 .550 65-2.2 7 15 10 14 43-1.5 135-3.9 14 TEAM Georgia 35 872-2188 .399 163-584 .279 413-620 .666 1434-41.0 493 485 108 377 2320-66.3 Opponents 35 711-1959 .363 172-589 .292 291-463 .629 1317-37.6 400 690 113 236 1885-53.9 1 UNM Thanksgiving Tournament (Albuquerque) 2 SEC Tournament (Duluth, Ga.) 3 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (Spokane, Wash.) 4 NCAA Regional (Spokane, Wash.)

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Records vs. All Opponents Opponent...............Overall H A N First Last Opponent...............Overall H A N First Last Opponent...............Overall H A N First Last

Alabama............................... 36-9 16-3 14-4 6-2 1977 2013 Alabama-Birmingham........... 3-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 1981 2010 Alabama-Huntsville............... 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1980 1981 Alabama State........................ 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2009 2010 Albany State........................... 5-7 2-4 2-3 1-0 1976 1981 Alcorn State............................ 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1999 2000 Anderson College.................. 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1977 1978 Appalachian State.................. 3-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 1981 2012 Arizona.................................... 2-1 2-0 0-1 0-0 1997 2005 Arizona State.......................... 1-4 0-1 0-2 1-1 1981 2009 Arkansas............................... 28-4 13-2 12-2 3-0 1981 2013 Auburn................................ 25-16 16-4 8-9 1-3 1975 2013 Augusta State......................... 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1984 2005 Austin Peay............................ 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1998 1998 Baylor...................................... 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2006 2006 Belmont.................................. 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2007 2013 Berry College.......................... 2-4 2-2 0-2 0-0 1974 1983 Boise State............................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1998 1999 Boston College....................... 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2000 2000 Bowling Green....................... 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1984 1996 Brown..................................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2007 2007 California................................ 3-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1981 2013 Cal State Fullerton................. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2009 2009 Central Michigan.................... 4-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1986 1998 Charleston Southern............. 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1995 1998 Charlotte................................. 3-1 3-0 0-1 0-0 1987 2003 Chattanooga......................... 13-1 7-0 6-1 0-0 1981 2011 Cincinnati................................ 5-0 2-0 3-0 0-0 1985 1992 Clemson................................ 13-5 5-1 4-4 4-0 1979 2010 College of Charleston............ 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2012 2012 Colorado................................. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1995 1995 Connecticut............................ 1-3 0-1 1-1 0-1 1996 2006 Coppin State........................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1994 1994 Dartmouth.............................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1999 2001 Davidson................................. 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2007 2008 1974 1974 DeKalb.................................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 Denver.................................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2011 2011 DePaul..................................... 2-2 2-0 0-2 0-0 1992 1994 Detroit..................................... 3-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 1988 2010 District of Columbia............... 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1984 1990 Drake....................................... 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1982 1982 Duke........................................ 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-3 1999 2005 East Carolina.......................... 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 1976 1983 East Tennessee State............. 3-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1978 2009 Eastern Kentucky................... 4-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 1983 2004 Eastern Washington............... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2009 2009 Erskine.................................... 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 1979 1979 Fairfield................................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1998 1998 Florida................................. 48-14 26-3 20-10 2-1 1978 2013 Florida A&M........................... 6-0 3-0 3-0 0-0 1985 1992

Florida Atlantic....................... 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1994 1994 Florida International.............. 3-1 1-0 2-0 0-1 1994 2011 Florida State........................... 8-0 3-0 2-0 3-0 1988 2011 Fort Valley State..................... 2-9 2-4 0-5 0-0 1974 1979 Furman.................................... 9-0 5-0 3-0 1-0 1975 2013 George Mason....................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2007 2008 Georgetown........................... 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2012 2012 George Washington............... 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 1998 2007 Georgia Southern................ 22-9 11-3 9-6 2-0 1975 2012 Georgia State......................16-10 9-4 7-6 0-0 1977 2004 Georgia Tech..........................31-4 13-0 11-3 7-1 1975 2013 Gonzaga.................................. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2012 2012 Grambling State..................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1987 1987 Hampton................................. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2000 2000 Hartford.................................. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2006 2006 High Point............................... 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2011 2011 Houston.................................. 3-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 2000 2004 Howard................................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1988 1989 Idaho....................................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2005 2005 Illinois..................................... 2-2 2-0 0-2 0-0 1986 2013 Indiana.................................... 3-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1983 2011 Iona......................................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2005 2006 Iowa........................................ 3-2 0-0 1-1 2-1 1987 2008 Iowa State............................... 3-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 1999 2013 Kansas.................................... 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 1987 1994 Kansas State........................... 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1983 1983 Kentucky............................. 35-14 16-4 13-8 6-2 1980 2013 La Salle................................... 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1998 1998 Liberty..................................... 3-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1999 2004 Lipscomb.................................1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2013 2013 Long Beach State................... 5-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1985 2000 Louisiana-Monroe.................. 4-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 1987 1991 Louisiana State.................. 22-18 12-5 6-9 4-4 1982 2013 Louisiana Tech........................ 1-6 0-2 0-2 1-2 1982 2011 Louisville................................ 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1984 1995 1991 1994 Loyola (Chicago).................... 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 Loyola Marymount................ 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 2006 2011 Maine...................................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2000 2002 Manhattan.............................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1995 1999 Marist...................................... 2-1 0-0 1-0 1-1 2005 2012 Marquette............................... 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 1994 1995 Maryland................................ 2-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1987 1991 Massachusetts........................ 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1999 2001 McNeese State....................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1982 1982 Memphis................................. 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 1982 2007 Mercer................................. 18-12 10-5 8-5 0-2 1974 2013 Miami (Fla.)............................ 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1982 2006 Miami (Ohio).......................... 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1980 1984 Michigan State....................... 3-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 1989 2003 Middle Georgia...................... 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1974 1974

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Middle Tennessee................. 12-1 4-1 7-0 1-0 1985 2011 Minnesota............................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1983 1983 Ole Miss...............................30-11 15-1 9-7 6-3 1980 2013 Mississippi State............... 26-13 14-3 10-8 2-2 1977 2013 Missouri.................................. 3-1 2-1 1-0 0-0 1985 2013 Missouri-Kansas City............. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1993 1993 Montana................................. 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2000 2013 Montana State........................ 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2012 2012 Morehead State..................... 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2004 2004 Morris Brown......................... 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2002 2002 Nebraska................................ 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1990 1996 Nevada-Las Vegas.................. 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1991 2002 New Mexico........................... 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2013 2013 New Mexico State.................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1991 2002 North Carolina........................ 5-1 1-0 0-0 4-1 1983 2008 North Carolina A&T............... 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2007 2007 N.C. Central............................ 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2009 2009 N.C. State................................ 8-0 3-0 4-0 1-0 1984 2004 Northeastern.......................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2012 2012 North Georgia........................ 6-6 4-2 2-4 0-0 1974 1980 Northern Illinois..................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1982 1982 Northwestern......................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1991 1991 Northwestern State............... 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1987 1987 Notre Dame............................ 2-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1992 2001 Oakland................................... 4-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 2002 2009 Ohio State.............................. 6-2 1-1 2-1 3-0 1985 2000 Oklahoma............................... 4-1 2-0 1-1 1-0 1998 2010 Oklahoma State..................... 2-1 1-0 0-0 1-1 1989 2010 Old Dominion......................... 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-3 1985 2002 Oral Roberts........................... 6-1 4-0 2-1 0-0 1981 1999 Oregon.................................... 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1984 1997 Oregon State.......................... 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1984 1993 1996 1997 Penn State.............................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1980 1980 Piedmont................................ 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1981 1981 Pittsburgh............................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Portland State......................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1984 1984 Prairie View A&M................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2008 2008 Presbyterian........................... 4-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 1979 2013 Purdue.................................... 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 2004 2007 Rice......................................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2005 2005 2007 2008 Richmond............................... 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 Rider........................................ 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1993 1993 Rutgers................................... 9-3 4-0 1-2 4-1 1983 2013 Sacramento State.................. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1999 1999 St. Bonaventure..................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2013 2013 1996 1996 St. Francis (PA)....................... 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 St. John’s................................ 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1984 1984 San Diego State..................... 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 1993 1993 Santa Clara............................. 3-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1993 2006 Savannah State...................... 6-0 3-0 2-0 1-0 1975 2013


Record vs. all Opponents Opponent...............Overall H A N First Last

Shorter.................................... 0-6 0-2 0-2 0-2 1974 1978 South Alabama...................... 4-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1987 1992 South Carolina..................... 33-7 15-2 14-3 4-2 1976 2013 South Carolina-Aiken............ 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1980 1980 South Carolina State............. 9-1 6-0 2-1 1-0 1989 2013 South Florida.......................... 4-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 1984 2004 Southern Cal.......................... 3-4 2-0 0-3 1-1 1983 2012 Southern Illinois..................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1988 1988 Southern Methodist............... 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1988 1988 Southern Miss........................ 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2010 2011 Southern Utah........................ 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1989 1990 Stanford.................................. 4-7 2-1 0-2 2-4 1991 2013 Stephen F. Austin................... 5-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1984 2000 Stetson.................................... 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 1989 2005 Syracuse................................. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1982 1982 Temple.................................... 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 2006 2008 Tennessee........................... 15-44 8-12 4-19 3-13 1981 2013 Tennessee-Martin.................. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2005 2006 Tennessee State..................... 4-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 1985 2010 Tennessee Tech......................10-0 5-0 4-0 0-0 1982 2009 Texas....................................... 5-2 2-1 2-1 1-0 1984 2005 Texas A&M.............................. 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 2011 2013 Texas A&M-CC....................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2010 2010 Texas Christian....................... 6-1 2-0 3-0 1-1 2004 2013 Texas Tech............................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1985 1985 Tift College............................. 4-1 3-0 1-1 0-0 1974 1976 Toledo..................................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1997 1997 Tulane..................................... 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2010 2010 Tulsa........................................ 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1980 1980 UCLA....................................... 3-2 1-0 2-0 0-2 1983 2006 UC-Santa Barbara.................. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2000 2000 UNC-Asheville........................ 5-0 5-0 0-0 0-0 1980 1997 Valdosta State.......................5-10 2-5 3-3 0-2 1975 1988 Vanderbilt........................... 32-25 17-7 9-12 6-6 1979 2013 Villanova................................. 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1987 1987 1996 2010 Virginia................................... 2-2 2-0 0-2 0-0 Virginia Commonwealth....... 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 1988 2002 Virginia Tech........................... 3-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 1981 2000 Weber State............................ 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1997 1997 West Georgia.......................... 5-5 4-2 1-3 0-0 1974 1979 Western Carolina................... 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1976 1976 Western Kentucky.................. 4-1 3-0 0-1 1-0 1985 2002 Wingate.................................. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1997 1997 Winthrop................................. 3-1 2-0 0-0 1-1 1975 1993 Wisconsin............................... 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 1997 1998 Wisconsin-Green Bay............ 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 1992 1993 Xavier (Ohio).......................... 1-2 0-1 1-1 0-0 1985 2009

REcord vs. all Conferences (Records by affiliation for 2013-14 season, not that of when games were played)

America East........... 3-0 Big East (cont’d)...... 6-6 Colonial.................... 2-0 Missouri Valley........ 4-1 Southern.............. 49-11

Hartford....................... 1-0 St. John’s..................... 1-0 College of Charleston.1-0 Drake............................ 0-1 Appalachian St............ 3-0 Maine........................... 2-0 Villanova...................... 1-0 Northeastern............... 1-0 Loyola (Chicago)......... 3-0 Chattanooga.............. 13-1 Xavier........................... 1-2 Southern Illinois.......... 1-0 Davidson...................... 2-0 Furman........................ 9-0 American Athletic... 30-8 Confernce USA.... 30-15 Cincinnati..................... 5-0 Big Sky..................... 9-0 Charlotte...................... 3-1 Mountain West........ 7-1 Georgia Southern..... 22-9 Connecticut................. 1-3 E. Washington............. 1-0 East Carolina............... 2-2 Boise St........................ 2-0 Western Carolina........ 0-1 Houston....................... 3-1 Montana...................... 2-0 FIU................................ 3-1 New Mexico................ 1-0 Louisville..................... 2-0 Montana St.................. 1-0 Florida Atlantic............ 1-0 Nevada-Las Vegas....... 3-0 Southland.............. 14-1 Memphis...................... 3-0 Portland St................... 1-0 Lousiana Tech.............. 1-6 San Diego St............... 1-1 McNeese St................. 1-0 Rutgers........................ 9-3 Sacramento St............ 1-0 Middle Tennessee...... 12-1 Northwestern St.......... 1-0 SMU............................. 2-0 Southern Utah............. 2-0 Old Dominion.............. 0-3 Northeast................ 1-0 Oral Roberts................ 6-1 South Florida............... 4-0 Weber St...................... 1-0 Rice.............................. 1-0 St. Francis (PA)............ 1-0 Stephen F. Austin........ 5-0 Temple......................... 1-1 Southern Miss............. 2-0 Texas A&M-CC............ 1-0 Big South............... 18-1 Tulane.......................... 1-0 Ohio Valley............. 23-1 ACC...................... 79-17 Charleston So. ............ 2-0 Tulsa............................. 1-0 Austin Peay................. 0-1 SWAC....................... 6-0 Boston College............ 1-0 High Point.................... 1-0 UAB.............................. 3-1 Belmont....................... 2-0 Alabama St.................. 2-0 E. Kentucky.................. 4-0 Alcorn St...................... 2-0 Clemson..................... 13-5 Liberty.......................... 3-0 Duke............................. 0-3 Presbyterian................ 4-0 Horizon.................... 4-2 Morehead St................ 1-0 Grambling St............... 1-0 Florida St..................... 8-0 UNC-Asheville............. 5-0 Detroit.......................... 3-1 UT-Martin..................... 2-0 Prairie View A&M........ 1-0 Georgia Tech.............. 31-4 Winthrop...................... 3-1 Wis.-Green Bay........... 1-1 Tennessee St............... 4-0 Tennessee Tech...........10-0 Summit.................... 6-0 Maryland..................... 2-1 Miami (Florida)............ 2-0 Big Ten.................... 25-9 Ivy Group..................... 3-0 Denver......................... 1-0 North Carolina............. 5-1 Illinois.......................... 2-2 Brown.......................... 1-0 Pac-12.................. 20-20 Missouri-Kansas City.. 1-0 N.C. State..................... 8-0 Indiana......................... 3-0 Dartmouth................... 2-0 Arizona......................... 2-1 Oakland........................ 4-0 Notre Dame................. 2-1 Iowa............................. 3-2 Arizona St.................... 1-4 Pittsburgh.................... 1-0 Michigan St................. 3-1 Metro Atlantic......... 8-1 California..................... 3-1 Sun Belt............... 28-11 Syracuse...................... 1-0 Minnesota.................... 1-0 Fairfield........................ 1-0 Colorado...................... 1-0 Georgia State ..........16-10 Virginia........................ 2-2 Nebraska..................... 2-0 Iona.............................. 2-0 Oregon......................... 2-0 Louisiana-Monroe....... 4-0 Virginia Tech................ 3-0 Northwestern.............. 1-0 Manhattan................... 2-0 Oregon St.................... 1-1 South Alabama........... 4-0 Ohio St......................... 6-2 Marist........................... 2-1 Southern Cal............... 3-4 W. Kentucky ................ 4-1 Atlantic Sun........ 25-12 Penn St........................ 2-0 Rider............................. 1-0 Stanford....................... 4-7 UCLA............................ 3-2 West Coast.............. 5-2 East Tennessee St........ 3-0 Purdue......................... 1-1 Lipscomb..................... 1-0 Wisconsin.................... 1-1 Mid-American....... 10-1 Gonzaga....................... 0-1 Mercer...................... 18-12 Bowling Green............ 3-0 SEC................... 333-178 Loyola Marymount..... 2-0 Stetson......................... 3-0 Big 12..................... 23-7 Central Michigan......... 4-0 Alabama.................... 36-9 Santa Clara.................. 3-1 Baylor........................... 0-1 Miami (Ohio)............... 1-1 Arkansas.................... 28-4 Atlantic 10..............11-2 Iowa St......................... 3-0 Northern Illinois.......... 1-0 Auburn..................... 25-16 WAC ........................ 3-0 George Mason............ 2-0 Kansas......................... 1-1 Toledo.......................... 1-0 Florida...................... 48-14 Idaho............................ 1-0 Kentucky.................. 35-14 New Mexico St............ 2-0 G. Washington............. 0-2 Kansas St..................... 1-0 La Salle........................ 1-0 Oklahoma.................... 4-1 Mid-Eastern........... 27-1 LSU.......................... 22-18 Massachusetts............. 2-0 Oklahoma St................ 2-1 Coppin St..................... 1-0 Ole Miss....................30-11 Richmond.................... 2-0 TCU.............................. 6-1 Florida A&M................ 6-0 Mississippi St.......... 26-13 St. Bonaventure.......... 1-0 Texas............................ 5-2 Hampton...................... 1-0 Missouri....................... 3-1 VCU.............................. 3-0 Texas Tech.................... 1-0 Howard........................ 2-0 South Carolina.......... 33-7 North Carolina A&T.... 1-0 Tennessee................ 15-44 Big East.................... 6-6 Big West................... 7-0 N.C. Central................. 1-0 Texas A&M.................. 0-2 DePaul.......................... 2-2 UC-Santa Barbara....... 1-0 Savannah St................ 6-0 Vanderbilt................ 32-25 Georgetown................ 0-1 Cal St. Fullerton.......... 1-0 S.C. State..................... 9-1 Marquette.................... 1-1 Long Beach St............. 5-0

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series results vs. All Opponents Alabama: 36-9

Home: 16-3 ◊ Away: 14-4 ◊ Neutral: 6-2

1/24/77 L Athens 2/3/79 L at Tuscaloosa 1/9/81 L at Clemson, S.C. 1/30/81 L # at Baton Rouge, La. 3/3/84 W # Athens 2/5/86 W at Tuscaloosa 3/1/86 W # Athens 11/30/86 W at Atlanta, Ga. 2/1/87 W Athens 1/6/88 W at Tuscaloosa 2/11/89 W Athens 1/9/90 W at Tuscaloosa 2/20/91 W Athens 3/1/91 W # at Albany, Ga. 2/29/92 L at Tuscaloosa 2/28/93 L Athens 3/7/93 W # at Chattanooga, Tenn. 1/5/94 L at Tuscaloosa 1/18/95 W Athens 12/17/95 W at Tuscaloosa 1/15/97 L Athens 2/8/98 L at Tuscaloosa 1/3/99 W Athens 1/9/00 W at Tuscaloosa 2/24/00 W Athens 1/7/01 W Athens 2/22/01 W at Tuscaloosa 2/21/02 W Athens 2/28/02 W # at Nashville, Tenn. 1/23/03 W at Tuscaloosa 2/1/04 W Athens 2/3/05 W at Tuscaloosa 2/5/06 W Athens 2/8/07 W at Tuscaloosa 1/20/08 W Athens 3/6/08 W # at Nashville, Tenn. 1/225/09 W at Tuscaloosa 1/3/10 W at Tuscaloosa 2/14/10 W Athens 3/4/10 W # at Duluth, Ga. 1/20/11 W at Tuscaloosa 2/6/11 W Athens 2/5/12 W at Tuscaloosa 1/10/13 W at Tuscaloosa 1/31/13 W Athens

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 52-44 76-47 73-66 60-51 81-54 81-66 95-83 65-59

Alabama-Birmingham: 3-1 Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1

3/12/81 L at Valdosta, Ga. 11/15/99 W Athens 12/20/08 W at Birmingham 12/1/09 W Athens

70-82 76-75 73-49 71-42

Alabama-Huntsville: 2-0 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

11/14/79 W at Huntsville 2/14/81 W Athens

73-46 100-53

Alabama State: 2-0

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

11/15/08 W Athens 11/25/09 W Athens

85-35 75-48

Albany State: 5-7

Home: 2-4 ◊ Away: 2-3 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

1/28/76 W Athens 1/10/77 L Athens 2/4/77 L at Albany

77-58 73-88 67-75

11/15/77 W at Albany 1/16/78 L Athens 11/17/78 L at Albany 1/11/79 L Athens 11/20/79 L at Albany 12/17/79 W Athens 11/19/80 W at Albany 1/21/81 L Athens 2/27/81 W at Atlanta

94-93 67-79 45-69 61-74 76-79 98-72 91-66 78-80 83-74

Alcorn State: 2-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 2-0

12/5/98 12/4/99

W at Nacogdoches, Texas W at Houston, Texas

91-51 78-38

Anderson College: 1-1 Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-1

2/18/77 L at Rock Hill, S.C. 2/11/78 W at Rock Hill, S.C.

79-99 87-80

Appalachian State: 3-0 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 2-0

1/10/81 W at Clemson, S.C. 12/31/82 W at Miami, Fla. 12/22/11 W Athens

Arizona: 2-1

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

Arizona State: 1-4

Arkansas: 28-4

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 73-63 69-48 59-56 57-54 65-57 57-53 66-34

Auburn: 25-16

Home: 16-4 ◊ Away: 8-9 ◊ Neutral: 1-3

80-74 2/7/75 W Athens 49-70 2/16/80 W Athens 70-62 2/21/81 L at Auburn 2/25/82 W # at Lexington, Ky. 2/14/83 L at Auburn Home: 0-1 ◊ Away: 0-2 ◊ Neutral: 1-1 2/15/84 W Athens 3/28/81 W at Amarillo, Texas (OT) 75-73 3/1/84 W # Athens 3/12/82 L * at Tempe 77-97 3/3/85 L # at Oxford, Miss. 12/2/02 L at Tempe 70-74 1/18/86 W at Auburn 12/7/04 L Athens 57-67 2/8/87 W Athens 3/21/09 L * at Duluth, Ga. 47-58 3/6/87 L # at Albany, Ga. 2/10/88 L at Auburn 3/24/88 L * Athens Home: 13-2 ◊ Away: 12-2 ◊ Neutral: 3-0 2/28/89 L Athens 12/10/80 W at Fayetteville 61-49 2/10/90 L at Auburn 3/18/90 L * Athens 70-81 2/23/91 W Athens 12/19/91 W at Fayetteville 79-62 2/8/92 L at Auburn 91-71 2/7/93 L Athens Meredith Mitchell’s double-double of 16 points 1/13/93 W Athens W # at Chattanooga, Tenn. 84-73 2/20/94 W at Auburn and 10 rebounds led Georgia to a 73-66 win over 3/5/93 73-64 2/19/95 W Athens Alabama in the first round of the 2010 SEC Tour- 1/8/94 W at Fayetteville nament. 3/4/94 W # at Chattanooga, Tenn. 84-62 1/12/96 W at Auburn

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3/16/97 W * Athens 11/30/02 L at Tuscon 12/12/04 W Athens

83-60 94-32 81-37

1/8/95 W Athens 2/24/96 W at Fayetteville 2/23/97 W Athens 1/21/98 W Athens 2/20/98 W at Fayetteville (OT) 1/21/99 W at Fayetteville 2/21/99 W Athens 2/20/00 W at Fayetteville 2/18/01 W Athens 3/3/01 W # at Memphis, Tenn. 2/24/02 L at Fayetteville 2/24/03 W Athens 2/8/04 L at Fayetteville 12/30/04 W Athens 2/23/06 W at Fayetteville 2/25/07 W Athens 2/7/08 W at Fayetteville 2/8/09 L Athens 1/17/10 W at Fayetteville 2/28/10 W Athens 1/13/11 W at Fayetteville 2/3/11 W Athens (OT) 1/1/12 W Athens 1/17/13 W at Fayetteville 2/21/13 W Athens

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 58-54 78-56 79-71


series results vs. all Opponents 1/11/97 W Athens 3/1/97 L # at Chattanooga, Tenn. 1/17/98 W at Auburn 1/17/99 W Athens 1/23/00 W at Auburn 1/20/01 W Athens 1/17/02 W at Auburn 2/9/03 W Athens 1/15/04 L at Auburn 1/16/05 W Athens 2/26/06 W Athens 2/18/07 W at Auburn 1/13/08 L at Auburn 2/24/08 W Athens 1/29/09 W Athens 2/22/09 L at Auburn 1/31/10 L at Auburn 2/24/11 L Athens 1/8/12 W at Auburn 2/7/13 W Athens

Augusta State: 2-0

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/28/84 W Athens 12/10/04 W Athens

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 52-67 58-63 70-45 61-58

Home: 0-1 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

Home: 2-2 ◊ Away: 0-2 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

Bowling Green: 3-0

Brown: 1-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

12/30/06 W at San Diego, Calif.

California: 3-1

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-1 W at Amarillo, Texas W at Berkeley W Athens W * at Spokane, Wash.

82-69

Cincinnati: 5-0

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 3-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/2/85 12/14/85 80-68 11/25/88 54-48 12/13/90 94-61 2/18/92 62-65

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

W at Cincinnati W “home” game at Marietta W at Cincinnati W at Cincinnati W Athens

89-61 98-47 66-45 99-38 93-50 Kelly Miller averaged 27.4 ppg at the 1999 Mideast

Clemson: 13-5

Home: 6-1 ◊ Away: 4-4 ◊ Neutral: 3-0

11/27/78 L at Clemson 53-77 85-64 11/28/79 L Athens 81-83 12/15/82 W at Clemson 90-65 2/28/83 W Athens 105-64 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 12/30/83 W at Columbus, Ohio 78-64 11/22/85 W at Cookeville, Tenn. 97-55 11/25/85 W at Clemson 87-68 12/15/88 W at Mount Pleasant 85-75 1/15/87 W Athens 65-62 12/18/89 W Athens 78-47 2/13/88 L at Clemson 65-73 12/18/97 W at Mount Pleasant 94-73 1/16/89 W Athens 96-75 3/18/89 L * at Clemson 65-78 2/7/90 W at Clemson 75-52 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 2/7/91 W Athens 96-59 2/21/95 W Athens 91-33 11/25/96 L at Clemson 78-83 12/6/97 W at Tallahassee, Fla. 97-61 11/30/97 W Athens 70-67 3/20/99 W * at Cincinnati, Ohio 67-54 88-60 2/13/05 W at Duluth, Ga. Home: 3-0 ◊ Away: 0-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 12/22/08 W “home” game at Duluth, Ga. 67-50 2/10/87 W Athens 98-50 12/28/10 W at Clemson 59-47 1/14/91 W Athens 81-56 1/14/92 L at Charlotte 64-74 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 3/22/03 W * Athens 80-61 11/17/11 Athens 73-48

Central Michigan: 4-0

72-84

53-36 70-38

Berry College: 2-4

2/15/74 L Athens 2/18/74 L at Mount Berry 1/22/75 L at Mount Berry 2/4/75 L Athens 12/2/81 W Athens 12/1/82 W Athens

Boston College: 1-0

81-79 74-79 86-70 74-60 75-71 91-61 83-67 100-52 82-51 90-69 81-43 79-58 74-57 79-69

66-71 11/28/08 W at Las Vegas, Nev.

Belmont: 2-0

3/17/07 W * at Minneapolis, Minn. 11/18/12 W Athens

89-66 12/6/80 W Athens 91-51 12/31/80 L at Chattanooga 2/13/82 W at Chattanooga 2/9/83 W Athens Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 1/26/84 W at Chattanooga 11/21/99 W at Champaign, Ill. 78-70 12/2/84 W Athens 1/6/86 W at Chattanooga 2/16/87 W Athens Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 2/14/88 W at Chattanooga 11/26/83 W at Detroit 99-50 3/15/89 W * Athens 12/19/94 W at Bowling Green 82-63 11/29/00 W Athens 12/15/95 W Athens 104-64 11/22/02 W at Chattanooga 11/19/09 W at Chattanooga 11/19/10 W Athens

Cal State Fullerton: 1-0

Baylor: 0-1

11/13/05 L at Lubbock, Texas

Chattanooga: 13-1

Home: 7-0 ◊ Away: 6-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

11/21/97 W Athens 12/20/98 W at Boise

3/27/81 12/2/01 107-53 1/4/03 93-47 4/1/13

Austin Peay: 0-1

12/16/97 L Athens

Boise State: 2-0

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

31-48 46-75 50-72 57-95 91-76 90-67

Charleston Southern: 2-0 Charlotte: 3-1

College of Charleston: 1-0

Regional, including 22 against Clemson in a 67-54 “Sweet 16” victory.

Colorado: 1-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

3/25/95 W * Des Moines, Iowa

82-79

Connecticut: 1-3

Home: 0-1 ◊ Away: 1-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-1

1/15/96 W at Storrs 1/20/97 L Athens 11/12/00 L “road” game at Hartford 3/26/06 L * at Bridgeport, Conn.

75-67 65-97 70-99 75-77

Coppin State: 1-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

12/30/93 W at Jamaica, N.Y.

94-41

Dartmouth: 2-0

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

11/27/98 W at Hanover 12/18/00 W Athens

96-74 110-73

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series results vs. All Opponents Davidson: 2-0

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

11/19/06 W Athens 12/9/07 W Athens

DeKalb: 2-0

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/17/74 W Athens 1/24/74 W at DeKalb

Eastern Kentucky: 4-0 Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

74-68 1/31/83 W at Richmond, Ky. 79-65 1/22/90 W Athens 3/14/97 W * Athens 12/30/03 W at Richmond, Ky. 43-42 51-38

DePaul: 2-2

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-2 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/16/91 W Athens 12/14/91 L at Chicago 2/22/93 W Athens 12/5/93 L at Chicago

11/26/10 W at Los Angeles

Detroit: 3-1

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 1-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/11/88 W Athens 12/19/88 W at Detroit 11/22/08 L at Detroit 12/22/09 W Athens

12/3/83 W Athens 1/30/90 W Athens

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1

73-51 1/17/79 L Athens 1/29/79 L at Due West, S.C.

3/26/99 L * at San Jose, Calif. 3/39/03 L * at Albuquerque, N.M. 3/26/05 L * Chattanooga, Tenn.

Fairfield: 1-0

Florida: 48-14

102-61 81-45

64-76

69-81 63-66 57-63

East Carolina: 2-2

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 2-2

2/12/76 L at Rock Hill, S.C. 2/17/77 W at Rock Hill, S.C. 2/12/78 L at Rock Hill, S.C. 1/21/83 W at Columbia, S.C.

53-76 50-64

87-47 Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 94-68 98-54 12/29/97 W at Philadelphia, Pa. 66-70 66-42

Duke: 0-3

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-3

75-51

Erskine: 0-2

Home: 0-1 ◊ Away: 0-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

Drake: 0-1

1/22/82 L at Norfolk, Va.

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

11/29/08 W at Las Vegas, Nev.

East Tennessee State: 3-0

District of Columbia: 2-0 Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

Eastern Washington: 1-0

90-67 Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 95-83 63-67 2/10/78 W at Rock Hill, S.C. 78-51 74-62 12/29/99 W Athens 77-57 65-72 12/1/08 W Athens

Denver: 1-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

68-54 109-90 91-55 92-60

66-80 71-54 76-92 80-61

Home: 26-3 ◊ Away: 20-10 ◊ Neutral: 2-1

1/4/78 L Athens 11/18/78 L at Gainesville 1/5/79 L at Starkville, Miss. 12/15/79 W Athens 1/2/80 W at Gainesville 1/17/81 W at Gainesville 11/30/81 W at Gainesville 1/9/82 W Athens 12/11/82 W Athens 1/10/83 W at Gainesville 1/16/84 W Athens 2/25/84 W at Gainesville 1/12/85 W at Gainesville 1/19/85 W Athens 2/15/86 W at Gainesville 1/4/87 W Athens 1/9/88 W at Gainesville 1/8/89 W Athens 1/6/90 W at Gainesville 1/12/91 W Athens 1/22/92 W at Gainesville

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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

1/20/93 W Athens 2/9/94 L at Gainesville 2/8/95 L Athens 3/4/95 W # at Chattanooga, Tenn. 1/25/96 W at Gainesville 2/20/96 W Athens 1/29/97 W Athens 2/19/97 W at Gainesville 1/7/98 L at Gainesville 2/17/98 W Athens 1/7/99 W Athens 2/18/99 W at Gainesville 1/13/00 W at Gainesville 2/3/00 W Athens (OT) 1/11/01 W Athens 2/1/01 L at Gainesville 1/27/02 L at Gainesville 2/17/02 W Athens 1/12/03 W at Gainesville 3/1/03 W Athens 1/18/04 L Athens 2/26/04 L at Gainesville 3/5/04 W # at Nashville, Tenn. 1/27/05 W Athens 2/24/05 W at Gainesville

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 73-62 105-62 76-67 73-83 59-69 76-72 81-61 63-38

1/8/06 W Athens 1/29/06 W at Gainesville 1/4/07 W Athens 1/28/07 W at Gainesville 1/24/08 W at Gainesville 2/14/08 W Athens 1/18/09 L at Gainesville 3/1/09 W Athens 1/10/10 W Athens 2/21/10 L at Gainesville 1/16/11 W Athens 2/27/11 L at Gainesville 1/12/12 W Athens 2/19/12 L at Gainesville 1/27/13 W Athens 2/17/13 W at Gainesville

92-55 89-70 89-57 77-54 82-55 85-66 45-61 84-75 61-52 57-64 70-64 71-74 61-55 57-61 69-52 62-57

Florida A&M: 6-0

Home: 3-0 ◊ Away: 3-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/21/85 12/16/85 2/24/87 2/17/88 2/10/92 2/26/92

W Athens W at Tallahassee W Athens W at Tallahassee W Athens W at Tallahassee

85-50 90-62 89-51 86-55 101-63 93-66

Florida Atlantic: 1-0 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/12/94 W Athens

109-54

Florida International: 3-1 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1

2/14/94 W Athens 12/5/97 L at Tallahassee, Fla. 12/30/07 W at Miami 12/30/10 W at Miami

72-50 68-83 70-56 70-65

Florida State: 8-0

Home: 3-0 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 3-0

1/3/88 2/16/89 2/21/90 1/31/91 12/30/98 1/21/07

W at Tallahassee W Athens W at Tallahassee W Athens W Athens W at Duluth, Ga.

91-72 90-70 80-76 91-71 95-72 70-65

Jasmine James’ 3-point play against Florida State in the second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament lifted Georgia into the “Sweet 16.”


series results vs. all Opponents 12/29/07 W at Miami (OT) 3/22/11 W * at Auburn, Ala.

71-62 11/17/77 L at Statesboro 61-59 2/18/78 W Athens 11/21/78 L Athens 1/26/79 L at Statesboro Home: 2-4 ◊ Away: 0-5 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 12/10/79 L Athens 2/8/74 L Athens 49-67 2/2/80 L at Statesboro (OT) 1/15/75 L at Fort Valley 57-68 1/24/81 W Athens 2/11/75 L Athens 75-76 2/4/81 L at Statesboro 60-63 2/28/81 W at Atlanta, Ga. 1/17/76 L at Fort Valley 2/19/76 W Athens 73-66 12/10/84 W Athens 1/17/77 L at Fort Valley 53-84 1/17/85 W at Statesboro 2/7/77 W Athens 81-70 12/11/85 W Athens 79-91 1/9/86 W at Statesboro 1/14/78 L Athens 1/23/78 L at Fort Valley 52-76 2/3/93 W at Statesboro 77-86 12/14/93 W at Atlanta, Ga. 1/22/79 L at Fort Valley 2/1/79 L Athens 62-79 11/28/95 W Athens 11/24/97 W at Statesboro 12/10/98 W Athens Home: 5-0 ◊ Away: 3-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 11/30/99 W at Statesboro 2/13/75 W at Rock Hill, S.C. 61-43 11/27/00 W Athens 2/6/79 W Athens 80-64 12/4/01 W at Statesboro 2/18/81 W at Greenville 80-39 11/25/03 W at Statesboro 2/24/93 W Athens 90-66 11/30/04 W Athens 11/28/93 W at Greenville 88-77 11/21/06 W at Statesboro 12/17/03 W at Greenville 86-51 11/19/04 W Athens 98-76 83-58 12/28/11 W Athens 11/28/12 W Athens 83-47

Fort Valley State: 2-9

Furman: 9-0

George Mason: 2-0

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

12/19/06 W at Fairfax, Va. 11/11/07 W Athens

76-51 84-56

Georgetown: 0-1

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1

11/26/11 L at Las Vegas, Nev.

3/13/98 L * Storrs, Conn. 12/28/06 L at San Diego, Calif.

56-64

72-74 54-66

Georgia Southern: 22-9 Home: 11-3 ◊ Away: 9-6 ◊ Neutral: 2-0

1/11/75 L at Statesboro 1/17/75 W Athens 11/18/76 L at Statesboro 2/12/77 L Athens

90-56 105-66 12/4/82 W Athens 89-52 58-43 12/2/83 W at Atlanta 100-69 68-49 11/29/84 W at Atlanta 12/4/85 W Athens 93-58 72-57 1/29/87 W at Atlanta Home: 9-4 ◊ Away: 7-6 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 12/2/87 W Athens 92-71 1/14/77 L Athens 63-65 11/29/88 W at Atlanta 73-58 1/31/77 L at Atlanta 52-53 11/29/89 W Athens 85-70 1/30/78 L Athens 58-68 12/15/93 W at Atlanta 67-52 2/16/78 L at Atlanta 65-74 12/13/94 W at Atlanta 113-81 57-65 1/18/99 W at Marietta 1/13/79 L Athens 88-82 2/5/79 L at Atlanta 46-74 1/20/00 W at Marietta 86-58 58-64 12/8/00 W at Marietta 1/4/80 L at Atlanta 78-61 1/9/80 L Athens 69-72 12/27/01 W at Marietta 69-52 12/20/80 W Athens 79-68 12/27/02 L at Atlanta 61-65 1/26/81 L at Atlanta 63-66 12/27/03 W at Atlanta 78-62 1/6/82 L at Atlanta (OT) 77-79 12/3/04 L at Atlanta 49-55 98-60 12/4/05 W Athens 2/1/82 W Athens 72-66 1/3/83 W at Atlanta 97-42 12/3/06 W at Atlanta 79-69 93-55 12/2/07 W Athens 1/26/83 W Athens 71-64 2/2/84 W at Atlanta 114-68 12/5/08 L at Atlanta 42-57 99-57 12/6/09 W Athens 2/13/85 W Athens 56-50 1/24/90 W at Atlanta 83-50 12/5/10 L at Atlanta 53-69 1/7/91 W Athens 77-45 12/4/11 W Athens 75-68 76-65 12/2/12 W at Atlanta 1/6/92 W at Atlanta 60-50 78-63 1/4/93 W Athens 12/12/94 W at Atlanta 92-37 Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1 1/27/97 W Athens 95-65 68-71 12/28/00 W at Atlanta 107-75 12/19/11 L at Las Vegas, Nev. 77-67 11/27/01 W Athens 89-50 11/27/02 W at Atlanta Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 11/21/03 W Athens 87-48 11/28/86 W at Atlanta 73-51

11/13/07 W Athens 11/14/10 W Athens 11/15/11 W at Statesboro

Georgia State: 16-10

Gonzaga: 0-1

Grambling State: 1-0

Georgia Tech: 31-4

Home: 13-0 ◊ Away: 11-3 ◊ Neutral: 7-1

George Washington: 0-2 Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-2

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

70-78 49-46 57-67 69-80

1/25/75 1/10/76 2/23/76 11/30/79 1/16/80 11/25/80 1/12/81 2/26/81 12/4/81 2/8/82

W Athens W Athens W at Atlanta W Athens W at Atlanta W Athens W Athens W at Atlanta W Athens W at Atlanta

Hampton: 1-0

96-38 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 107-46 77-22 12/9/99 W Athens 60-35 97-78 Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 78-77 73-54 91-51 3/13/06 W * at Trenton, N.J. 79-53 89-70 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 86-43 66-61 69-52 12/19/10 W Athens

Sharon Baldwin, who averaged 8.6 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 3.5 apg and 2.3 spg as a senior in 1989-90, is now the head coach at Georgia State.

Hartford: 1-0

High Point: 1-0

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series results vs. All Opponents Houston: 3-1

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 1-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

12/5/99 W at Houston 12/10/00 W Athens 12/20/02 L at Houston 12/3/03 W Athens

Kansas: 1-1

98-68 92-61 81-78 65-52

Howard: 2-0

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

12/17/87 W at Howard 2/22/89 W Athens

72-69 86-49

Idaho: 1-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

11/26/04 W at Honolulu, Hawaii

3/15/86 W * Athens 1/2/00 L at Champaign 1/4/01 W Athens 12/28/12 L at Champaign

77-55

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 1-0

103-64 65-82 100-59 70-59

86-70 81-64 84-51

Iona: 2-0

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

12/19/04 W at New Rochelle 12/6/05 W Athens

96-52 97-60

Iowa: 3-2

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 1-1 ◊ Neutral: 2-1

3/29/87 L * at Ruston, La. 11/29/87 L at Iowa City 1/5/91 W at Iowa City 12/20/95 W Myrtle Beach, S.C. 3/23/08 W * at Norfolk, Va.

60-62 56-66 62-51 79-52 67-61

Iowa State: 3-0

Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 3-0

3/22/99 W * at Cincinnati, Ohio 3/19/07 W * at Minneapolis, Minn. 3/25/13 W * at Spokane, Wash.

Kentucky: 35-14

80-64

Liberty: 3-0

Indiana: 3-0

3/25/83 W * at South Bend, Ind. 3/17/95 W * Athens 11/21/10 W Athens

Kansas State: 1-0

44-47 50-57 61-57 82-64 61-60 48-64 61-59 69-51 64-69 75-71 53-71

La Salle: 1-0

Illinois: 2-2

Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-2 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

1/31/08 L Athens 3/7/08 L # at Nashville, Tenn. 3/14/87 W * Athens 82-51 2/26/09 W at Lexington 79-92 3/5/09 W # at North Little Rock, Ark. 12/29/93 L Jamaica, N.Y. 1/7/10 W Athens (OT) 2/11/10 L at Lexington Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 1/9/11 W at Lexington 1/6/83 W “home” game at Marietta 88-67 2/17/11 W Athens 1/19/12 L Athens 2/3/13 W at Lexington Home: 16-4 ◊ Away: 22-8 ◊ Neutral: 6-2 3/9/13 L # at Duluth, Ga. 1/18/80 L at Lexington 61-82 1/31/81 W # at Baton Rouge, La. 73-62 1/3/82 L at Lexington 59-62 Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 2/6/82 L Athens 76-77 12/30/97 W at Philadelphia, Pa. 59-66 1/30/83 L at Lexington (OT) 2/20/83 W Athens 99-81 1/7/84 W at Lexington 69-68 Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 2-0 2/5/84 W Athens 87-61 3/13/99 W * Athens 1/29/85 L at Lexington 57-61 3/16/01 W * Athens 2/17/85 W Athens 87-65 3/20/04 W * at Philadelphia, Pa. 2/23/86 W Athens 113-67 2/27/87 W at Lexington 73-64 3/4/87 W # Albany, Ga. 67-64 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0 2/7/88 W Athens 86-70 12/16/12 W Athens 2/4/89 W at Lexington 92-70 2/3/90 W Athens 78-75 2/3/91 W at Lexington 87-71 83-65 1/11/92 W Athens 1/10/93 L at Lexington 60-69 1/23/94 L Athens 70-71 1/22/95 W at Lexington 68-57 2/13/96 W Athens 75-55 2/8/97 W at Lexington 80-62 87-46 2/11/98 W Athens 2/7/99 L at Lexington 76-80 2/27/99 W # at Chattanooga, Tenn. 68-62 2/17/00 W at Lexington 73-69 3/3/00 W # at Chattanooga, Tenn. 63-45 2/15/01 W Athens 91-58 76-50 2/3/02 W at Lexington 1/26/03 W Athens 71-59 74-53 1/11/04 W at Lexington 2/29/04 W Athens 73-62 1/13/05 L at Lexington 63-71 2/6/05 W Athens 68-64 2/2/06 W Athens 91-57 2/15/07 W at Lexington (OT) 82-72 3/2/07 W # at Duluth, Ga. 72-40

Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1

89-71 76-56 65-60

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Long Beach State: 5-0 Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 2-0

3/23/85 12/31/85 1/20/88 3/21/91 12/20/99

W * at Los Angeles, Calif. W at Long Beach W Athens W * at Las Vegas, Nev. W at Long Beach

97-82 93-68 74-64 87-77 87-67

Louisiana-Monroe: 4-0 Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0

12/13/86 12/6/87 12/10/88 11/28/90

W at Monroe W Athens W at Monroe W Athens

69-63 78-59 71-65 109-70

Louisiana State: 22-18 Home: 12-5 ◊ Away: 6-9 ◊ Neutral: 4-4

73-52 77-48 78-53

lipscomb: 1-0

93-42

2/28/82 W # at Lexington, Ky. 3/3/83 W # at Knoxville, Tenn. 3/2/84 W # Athens 2/2/86 W Athens 3/3/86 W # Athens 1/11/87 L at Baton Rouge 1/17/88 L Athens 3/4/88 W # at Albany, Ga. 2/25/8