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2010-11AppalachianWOMEN’SBASKETBALL


Appalachian state women’s BASKETBALL


QUICK FACTS/TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS/SEASON PREVIEW Table of Contents/Quick Facts................................................................................................................1 Getting to Boone.........................................................................................................................................2 2010-11 Schedule.......................................................................................................................................3 2010-11 Team Picture/Roster Breakdown......................................................................................4-5 2010-11 Radio/TV Roster..........................................................................................................................6 2010-11 Season Preview.......................................................................................................................7-8

All-Time Rebounding Leaders..............................................................................................................95 All-Time Career Top-Ten Lists................................................................................................................96 Yearly Leaders.............................................................................................................................................97 1,000 Point Club.................................................................................................................................. 98-99 All-Time Roster........................................................................................................................................100 Appalachian Retired Numbers.......................................................................................................... 101 Year-by-Year Results..................................................................................................................... 102-111 Regular Season Tournaments............................................................................................................ 112

MEET THE COACHES Head Coach Darcie Vincent............................................................................................................ 10-12 Associate Head Coach Heather Kearney...........................................................................................13 Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Andrea Gross...............................................................14 Assistant Coach Nora Jabbour..............................................................................................................15 Support Staff...............................................................................................................................................16

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION AND FACILITIES Holmes Center/Varsity Gym...................................................................................................... 114-115 Campus Life..............................................................................................................................................116 Athletic Administration........................................................................................................................ 117 Nike.............................................................................................................................................................118

MEET THE MOUNTAINEERS Sam Ramirez......................................................................................................................................... 18-19 Canesha Edwards......................................................................................................................................20 Haley Hackett..............................................................................................................................................21 Chakeitha Weldon.....................................................................................................................................22 Catherine Williams....................................................................................................................................23 Ashlen Dewart............................................................................................................................................24 Anna Freeman............................................................................................................................................25 Courtney Freeman....................................................................................................................................26 Kelsey Sharkey............................................................................................................................................27 Newcomers/Freshman Biographies............................................................................................ 28-30

THIS IS APPALACHIAN STATE Educating North Carolina’s Citizens and Leaders....................................................................... 119 Points of Pride..........................................................................................................................................120 Appalachian Through the Years........................................................................................................ 121 Chancellor Peacock............................................................................................................................... 122 University Leadership........................................................................................................................... 123 Appalachian Alumni.............................................................................................................................. 124 Boone, North Carolina.......................................................................................................................... 125 QUICK FACTS COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach ................................................................................................................................Darcie Vincent Alma Mater ....................................................................................................................Duquesne, 1992 Record at ASU .......................................................................................................32-34, Third Season Career Record..................................................................................................... 296-135, 15th Season Office Phone.................................................................................................................... (828) 262-2842 Office Fax.......................................................................................................................... (828) 262-6860 E-mail ............................................................................................................vincentdl@appstate.edu Associate Head Coach....................................................................................................... .Heather Kearney Alma Mater.............................................................................................................. .Slippery Rock, 1999 E-mail .......................................................................................................... .kearneyhr@appstate.edu Recruiting Coordinator/Assistant Coach............................................................................Andrea Gross Alma Mater........................................................................................................William and Mary, 2002 E-mail .................................................................................................................grossaj@appstate.edu Assistant Coach........................................................................................................................... Nora Jabbour Alma Mater........................................................................................................... North Carolina , 2006 Email ..........................................................................................................jabbournk@appstate.edu Administrative Asst................................................................................................................. Kim McConnell Office Phone.....................................................................................................................(828) 262-3081

OPPONENT INFORMATION 2010-11 Opponent Information................................................................................................... 32-38 ASU vs. Opponent All-Time Results............................................................................................. 39-43 All-Time Series Records...........................................................................................................................44 2009-10 IN REVIEW 2009-10 Women’s Basketball Invitational Champions.................................................................46 2009-10 Season Milestones...................................................................................................................47 2009-10 Season Recap............................................................................................................................48 2009-10 Results..........................................................................................................................................49 2009-10 Team Statistics...........................................................................................................................50 2009-10 Team Superlatives....................................................................................................................51 2009-10 Individual Superlatives..........................................................................................................52 2009-10 Game-by-Game Superlatives..............................................................................................53 2009-10 Opponent Game-by-Game Statistics...............................................................................54 2009-10 Box Scores............................................................................................................................ 55-66 Appalachian’s Record When..................................................................................................................67 The Last Time It Happened....................................................................................................................68

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record.............................................................................................................................23-12 Postseason ..................................................................................................... WBI Champions 2009-10 Southern Conference Record/Finish...........................................................................14-6, t-2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................................................................................9/1 Starters Returning/Lost.................................................................................................................................5/0 Newcomers............................................................................................................................................................6 Returning Starters...............................................................................................................................................5 Sr., G Sam Ramirez (12.9 ppg, 3.9 apg) So., F Ashlen Dewart (14.8 ppg, 5.8 rpg) So., F Anna Freeman (10.5 ppg, 8.4 rpg) Jr., Chakeitha Weldon (7.7 ppg, 2.8 apg) Jr., Catherine Williams (6.0 ppg, 5.1 rpg) Other Letterwinners Returning......................................................................................................................4 Jr., Canesha Edwards (5.0 ppg, 4.6 rpg) So., Courtney Freeman (6.3 ppg, 4.5 rpg) So., Kelsey Sharkey (3.7 ppg, 3.6 rpg) Jr., Haley Hackett (0.3 ppg, 0.2 rpg) Letterwinners Lost..............................................................................................................................................1 .Karina Mill (Did not play in 2009-10 because of knee injury)

THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 2009-10 SoCon In Review.......................................................................................................................70 2009-10 SoCon Superlatives.................................................................................................................71 2009-10 SoCon Team Statistics.............................................................................................................72 2009-10 SoCon Individual Leaders.....................................................................................................73 All-Time Honors and Awards.................................................................................................................74 Mountaineers in the Postseason.........................................................................................................75 ASU SoCon Tournament Results..........................................................................................................76 SoCon Tournament Top Performances..............................................................................................77 SoCon Tournament Box Scores..................................................................................................... 78-81 The Southern Conference............................................................................................................... 82-83 The Commissioner and Germann Cups............................................................................................84 2010-11 SoCon Composite Schedule......................................................................................... 85-86 HISTORY AND RECORDS Appalachian Year-by-Year Records......................................................................................................88 Appalachian All-Time Head Coaches.................................................................................................89 Team Records- Wins and Losses...........................................................................................................90 All-Time 100 Point Games......................................................................................................................91 Team Records..............................................................................................................................................92 Individual Records....................................................................................................................................93 All-Time Scoring Leaders........................................................................................................................94

CREDITS

The 2010-11 Appalachian State women’s basketball yearbook is a publication of the Appalachian State University Sports Information office. DESIGN AND EDITOR: Courtney Burchett CONTRIBUTING EDITING/WRITING: Mike Flynn, Charles Cochrum, Cory Hall, Christina Hilliard, Ben Blevins, Kim McConnell, the ASU Women’s Basketball Staff, DeShawn Collins, John Lassiter, Nathan Mathis, Tyler Miller, Reuben Singleton and Megan Wrinn COVER DESIGN: Courtney Burchett and Charles Cochrum PHOTOGRAPHY: ASU Creative Services (Marie Freeman, Leila Jackson and Troy Tuttle), Public Affairs (Mike Rominger), Keith Cline, Meghan Gay, Dave Mayo, David Searce, Bill Sheffield and SoCon Photos. PRINTING: Multi-Ad Services, In. (Peoria, Ill.) Joe Dalfonso/Marcia Schwartz

Introduction

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Maps of Boone and Surrounding Cities

Distances to Road Games

Birmingham, Ala................................................................................................... 418 miles Charleston, S.C....................................................................................................... 301 miles Chattanooga, Tenn.............................................................................................. 237 miles College Park, Md................................................................................................... 427 miles Cullowhee, N.C...................................................................................................... 150 miles Davidson, N.C............................................................................................................98 miles Elon, N.C................................................................................................................... 136 miles Farmville, Va............................................................................................................ 248 miles Greensboro, N.C.................................................................................................... 114 miles Greenville, S.C........................................................................................................ 158 miles Johnson City, Tenn..................................................................................................55 miles Richmond, Va......................................................................................................... 316 miles Spartanburg, S.C................................................................................................... 133 miles Statesboro, Ga....................................................................................................... 336 miles Winston-Salem, N.C............................................................................................... 87 miles

Driving Distances

Johnson City, Tenn. ..........................................................57 Charlotte, N.C. . ..................................................................84 Greensboro, N.C. . ...........................................................104 Knoxville, Tenn. ...............................................................152 Columbia, S.C....................................................................181 Raleigh, N.C. .....................................................................187 Atlanta, Ga. .......................................................................274 Richmond, Va. ..................................................................300 Nashville, Tenn. . ..............................................................338 Hilton Head, S.C. .............................................................346 Washington, D.C. ............................................................414 Jacksonville, Fla. . ............................................................476

getting to boone

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Directions to the Holmes Center

From the northeast via Interstate 81 and Interstate 77: Take I-81 south to I-77, west of Radford, Va. Proceed south on I-77 into North Carolina. Exit onto Highway 421 North and travel approximately 60 miles to Boone. In Boone, turn left at light onto Hardin St. and then right onto Rivers St. at the next light. The Holmes Center is on the left. From the south via Interstate 77: Proceed north on I-77 through Charlotte and Statesville. Continue on I-77 North until you reach the I-77/HWY 421 interchange. Exit onto Highway 421 North and travel approximately 60 miles to Boone. In Boone, turn left at light onto Hardin St. and then right onto Rivers St. at the next light. The Holmes Center is on the left. From the west via Interstate 40 (Asheville and/or Hickory): In Asheville, take I-40 East to Highway 221 in Marion. Exit onto Highway 221 North and follow to Linville. In Linville, take Highway 105 North to Boone. In Boone, at the intersection of highways 105 & 321, turn left onto Highway 321 North. Follow to campus. —OR— When traveling on I-40 in the Hickory area, exit onto Highway 321 North and travel approximately 50 miles to Boone. Follow Highway 321 North to campus. From the east via Interstate 40 and Interstate 85: Proceed to Winston-Salem on I-40. Exit onto Highway 421 North in Winston-Salem and travel approximately 86 miles to Boone. In Boone, turn left at light onto Hardin St. and then right onto Rivers St. at the next light. The Holmes Center is on the left.


OCTOBER

DECEMBER

FEBRUARY

DATE OPPONENT

LOCATION TIME

30 LEES-MCRAE (exhibition) boone, n.c. 11 a.m.

12 Marshall! Farmville, Va. 5 p.m. 13 Campbell! Farmville, Va. 3 p.m. 17 Richmond Richmond, Va. 7 p.m. 19 East Tennessee State Johnson City, Tenn. 7 p.m. 22 GARDNER-WEBB BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M. 29 ELON* BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M.

5 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M. 8 Wofford* Spartanburg, S.C. 3 p.m. 10 Georgia Southern* Statesboro, Ga. 7 p.m. 14 SAMFORD* BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M. 16 CHATTANOOGA* BOONE, N.C. 2 P.M. 19 Davidson* Davidson, N.C. 7 p.m. 22 UNC Greensboro* Greensboro, N.C. 2 p.m. 24 Elon* Elon, N.C. 7 p.m. 29 FURMAN* BOONE, N.C. 2 P.M. 31 Western Carolina* Cullowhee, N.C. Noon

2 DAVIDSON* BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M. 5 College of Charleston* Charleston, S.C. 1 p.m. 12 Samford* Birmingham, Ala. 2 p.m. 14 Chattanooga* Chattanooga, Tenn. 7 p.m. 19 WOFFORD* BOONE, N.C. 2 P.M. 21 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M. 26 UNC GREENSBORO* BOONE, N.C. 5 P.M.

2 UNC ASHEVILLE BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M. 5 Maryland College Park, Md. 2 p.m. 18 Furman* Greenville, S.C. 2 p.m. 20 WESTERN CAROLINA* BOONE, N.C. 7 P.M. 29 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. 2 p.m.

3-7 SoCon Tournament Chattanooga, Tenn. TBA ! Longwood Tournament * SoCon game Bold indicates home game

SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN Total Games..........................................................................................................28 All-time record vs. 2010-11 opponents.............................. 321-299 (.517) First time meetings.........................................................................................N/A Non-conference games.............................................................................. Eight All-time record vs. 2010-11 non-conference opponents.. 92-82 (.528) First time meetings.........................................................................................N/A SoCon games.......................................................................................................20 All-time record vs. 2010-11 SoCon opponents................ 229-217 (.446)

2010-11 SCHEDULE

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Total/SoCon games

Weekday games....................................................................... 17/11 Weekend games........................................................................ 11/9 Monday games..............................................................................9/7 Tuesday games..............................................................................0/0 Wednesday games.......................................................................4/3 Thursday games............................................................................1/0 Friday games..................................................................................3/1 Saturday games............................................................................9/8 Sunday games...............................................................................2/1 November games.........................................................................6/1 December games.........................................................................5/2 January games......................................................................... 10/10 February games............................................................................7/7 Home games............................................................................... 11/9 Road games............................................................................... 15/11 Neutral games...............................................................................2/0


2010-11 MOUNTAINEERS

Front Row: Canesha Edwards, Sam Ramirez and Chakeitha Weldon Second Row: Kelsey Sharkey, Hillary Southworth, Catherine Williams and Anna Freeman Center: Head Coach Darcie Vincent Back Row: Asst. Coach Nora Jabbour, Assoc. Head Coach Heather Kearney, Michell Taylor, Frances Puello, Courtney Freeman, Ashlen Dewart, Haley Hackett, Kelsey Campbell, Ashleigh Kelly, Jessica Barrios, Asst. Coach Andrea Gross, Asst. Athletic Trainer Kristin Holm

Coaching Staff

upperclassmen

Asst. Coach Nora Jabbour, Assoc. Head Coach Heather Kearney, Head Coach Darcie Vincent and Asst. Coach Andrea Gross

Chakeitha Weldon, Haley Hackett, Frances Puello, Sam Ramirez, Catherine Williams, Ashleigh Kelly and Canesha Edwards

sophomores

freshmen

Kelsey Sharkey, Ashlen Dewart, Courtney Freeman, Anna Freeman and Kelsey Campbell

2010-11 Team PICTURES

Jessica Barrios, Michell Taylor and Hillary Southworth

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2010-11 Numerical Roster

ROSTER BREAKDOWN Freshmen........................... 3

Guards............................... 7

Sophomores...................... 5

Jessica Barrios Canesha Edwards Frances Puello Sam Ramirez Hillary Southworth Michelle Taylor Chakeitha Weldon

Jessica Barrios Hillary Southworth Michelle Taylor Kelsey Campbell Ashlen Dewart Anna Freeman Courtney Freeman Kelsey Sharkey

Juniors............................... 6 Canesha Edwards Haley Hackett Ashleigh Kelly Frances Puello Chakeitha Weldon Catherine Williams

Senior................................ 1 Sam Ramirez

roster information

Florida............................... 3 Jessica Barrios Ashleigh Kelly Michelle Taylor

Georgia.............................. 3 Canesha Edwards Courtney Freeman Chakeitha Weldon

North Carolina.................. 4 Kelsey Campbell Anna Freeman Haley Hackett Sam Ramirez

Guard/Forward................. 1 Courtney Freeman

Forwards............................ 7

Ohio................................... 2

Kelsey Campbell Ashlen Dewart Anna Freeman Haley Hackett Ashleigh Kelly Kelsey Sharkey Catherine Williams

Kelsey Sharkey Hillary Southworth

Puerto Rico........................ 1 Frances Puello

South Carolina.................. 1

Ashleigh.............................................. ASH-lay Ashlen Dewart.. .ash-LYNN dew-WAR-t Barrios........................BAR-re-OS (roll the R) Canesha. ................................kah-NEESH-ah Chakeitha. .......................... .shah-KEETH-ah Kearney............................................ car-KNEE Jabbour............................................ .JAH-boar

Ashlen Dewart

Tennessee.......................... 1 Catherine Williams

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Puello................................................. PWAY-oh


2010-11 RADIO/TV ROSTER 3

DARCIE VINCENT Head Coach Third Year Duquesne • 1992

radio/tv roster

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HEATHER KEARNEY Associate Head Coach Second Year Slippery Rock • 1999

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ANDREA GROSS Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coord. Second Year William and Mary • 2002

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NORA JABBOUR Assistant Coach First Year North Carolina • 2006

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2010-11 SEASON PREVIEW Returning all five starters, 10-of-11 letterwinners and three all-conference performers from a historic 2009-10 season, Appalachian State University women’s basketball has all the components for what should be another impressive run in 2010-11. The Mountaineers capped off one of the best seasons in program history by winning the 2010 Women’s Basketball Invitational Championship and look to pick up where they left off. In just her third year at the helm Darcie Vincent and her seasoned staff is dedicated to winning and remaining in contention for a Southern Conference crown. The program adds to its already illustrious coaching staff, as the Apps will be joined by new assistant coach Nora Jabbour for the upcoming campaign. Jabbour replaces former assistant Kiesha Mack and will work primarily with the team’s guards. She comes to ASU after having coaching stints at both Emory and West Point. While completing her undergraduate degree at North Carolina in just three years, Jabbour was the Tar Heels’ women’s basketball manager. The bar has been set high for success for the rapidly approaching campaign, as in just a seasons time, the squad was able to redefine itself and re-establish its dominance. The 2009-10 campaign was one that saw the Black and Gold tie for second place in the SoCon regular-season standings, post the second most wins in school history and rake in postseason honors while capturing a postseason title. With a long list of accomplishments, the team is working towards building upon its strengths and capturing an elusive conference crown, something that the program has not done in 12 seasons. While proud of her squad’s impressive accomplishments, the 2009-10 Southern Conference Coach of the Year is not content with last year’s successess and is hungry to bring a conference title back to Boone. “Last season was a tremendous leap forward for our women’s basketball program,” Vincent said. “In just a two-year period, we were able to take our program from the bottom of the conference to the top. We are a program that has been revamped, and I am excited about the potential and promise we have. We have higher expectations for the upcoming season and are working towards winning a conference championship while rebuilding a winning tradition for the program here in the High Country.”

season preview

GUARDS Led by veterans Sam Ramirez, Chakeitha Weldon and Canesha Edwards, the Mountaineers lack no talent or experience at the the guard position. The lone senior on the squad, Ramirez was an all-conference selection in 2009-10 and started in all but one game last season. Known for her ability to score, the Fayetteville, N.C. native poured in double-digit points in 25-of-35 games, while dishing out 136 assists on the season. Truly developing as a leader, Ramirez eclipsed the 1,000-point mark, joining an elite club in program history. She went over the 1,000 point mark for her career in the Apps’ WBI quarterfinal win against Fairfield

Senior Sam Ramirez and finished the season with a total of 1,030 career points. Ramirez will once again be relied upon for her scoring consistency, on-court leadership and ability to drain the three while also finding her open teammates. Perhaps one of the most athletic players on the roster, all eyes will be on Weldon at the point-guard position, as she gradually took over the starting spot midway through last season. Another deadly weapon in the Mountaineers offensive arsenal, her un-matched ability to see the floor, while also being a touh, physical player has enabled her to become a one-of-a kind talent. Her tenacity in driving to the basket developed throughout last season and gave opponents problems in

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trying to defend the Kansas transfer. An allaround threat, Weldon had nine contests a season ago when she recorded double-digit points, three when she hauled in double-figure boards and eight with at least one block. Like Ramirez, ASU will look to Weldon for her experience, in addition to relying on her for her impressive play-making abilities. The athleticism at the guard spot is even more abundant with the continued growth of junior Canesha Edwards at the position. A forward-turned-guard, Edwards was typically ASU’s first off the bench during the 2009-10 season, providing a spark and lift for the Black and Gold. Having worked on her shooting, Edwards has developed a strong jump shot while also posessing an intangible hustling factor on the defensive side of the ball for the Apps. Listed at 5-9, she hauled in 147 rebounds last season, grabbing 94 defensive boards. The three experienced players will be joined by very talented newcomers. Jessica Barrios, Hillary Southworth and Michelle Taylor were all standout high school players in their respective states, while Frances Puello comes to ASU by way of Miami Dade Junior College. Barrios finished as her high school’s all-time leader in scoring and steals, while Southworth was a two-year letter winner in basketball in Ohio and Taylor poured in 1,486 points during her high-school career. Already having two years of college experience under her belt, Puello earned National Junior College Athletic Association Southern Conference Division accolades her freshman and sophomore seasons, picking up SoCon Division honorable mention honors her sophomore season.

junior chakeitha weldon


All four are expected to contribute right away and fit nicely into Appalachian’s guard rotation while providing much needed depth at the spot.

junior canesha edwards

team-best 519 points last season, while also bringing down 202 rebounds. She led the team in scoring in 17 contests while scoring in double-figures 29 times. In a season with numerous impressive outings, one of the South Carolina native’s best showings came at Bowling Green, when she scored a season-high 34 points, the 10th most in a single game in school history. Along with out-muscling her opponents and finding a way to put the ball in the basket, Dewart is also a three-point threat, having made 19 shots from long distance a season ago. Freeman is also a standout at the forward spot. An all-around talent, Freeman is extremely active both offensively and defensively. She not only has a knack for scoring, as she also posted double-digit scoring numbers 22 times, but is a true-rebounder, having led ASU in the category 20 times in 2009-10. A defensive stalwart for ASU, she also led the team in blocks and broke ASU’s single -

GUARD/forward Sophomore Courtney Freeman is the lone Mountaineer listed at the versatile guard/ forward spot. In her first season at the collegiate level, Freeman progressed during the 2009-10 campaign, not only providing scoring off the bench but also consistently crashing the boards. Freeman grabbed an average of 4.5 rebounds per game last season and poured in a career-high 20 points in Appalachian’s rout of conference foe Elon on January 2. Like teammates Weldon and Edwards, her experience and athletic ability, in additon to her strength and strong post moves, makes her another threat for ASU on both the offensive and defensive fronts.

forward Top returners Ashlen Dewart, Anna Freeman and Catherine Williams lead the Black and Gold at the forward position. The phenomenal freshman duo of Dewart and Freeman put together one of the best seasons for newcomers in recent program history. Both picked up all-conference honors, with Dewart capping off the season by being named the WBI Tournament MVP and Freeman to the WBI all-tournament team. A true post presence, Dewart totaled a

season preview

With talent abundant, the three will be accompanied by returners Kelsey Sharkey and Haley Hackett, along with junior-college transfer Ashleigh Kelly and Belmont Abbey transfer Kelsey Campbell. Sharkey saw action in all 35 games last season, while Hacket had limited playing time due to a knee injury. Kelly, a true defender, will help ASU remain dominant on the glass and be expected to guard some of the top players that Appalachian will face. Campbell gives the forward spot another scoring threat as she can step back and drain a trey along with making herself known under the basket. The 2010-11 season opens on November 12, when the squad heads to Farmville, Va. to play Marshall in the opening game of the Longwood Tournament. A highly-competitive slate awaits Appalachian, as the schedule is highlighted by non-conference contests against Atlantic Sun and Big South conference champions, East Tennessee State and Gardner-Webb, games against two formidable Atlantic Coast Conference competitors in Maryland and Wake Forest and ever-challenging SoCon games. Appalachian plays 12 home contests and looks to avenge heartbreaking losses against Chattanooga and Samford from a season ago when UTC and SU make its way to the High Country the weekend of January 14. Another always tough opponent, ASU welcomes Georgia Southern to the Holmes Center on February 21. The Eagles were one of two SoCon teams (UTC) that ASU was unable to pick up at least one win against last season. ASU will try to make a run for a SoCon tournament title, with the 2011 SoCon Championships returning to Chattanooga, Tenn., March 3-7.

SOPHOMORE ASHLEN DEWART season blocks record with 92. The only upperclassman at the position, Catherine Williams evolved as a low-post threat and a solid performer for the Mountaineers last season. Williams started the final six games of the 2009-10 campaign and was counted upon to score points in the paint while crashing the offensive glass. Along with scoring in all but one game last season, like Freeman, Williams’ long arms makes her tough to shoot over. The junior compiled a total of 50 blocks on the season. Her best outing came against Davidson when she swatted eight shots, tying Freeman for the single game block record.

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SOPHOMORE ANNA FREEMAN


meet the coaches

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HEAD COACH DARCIE VINCENT THIRD SEASON DUQUESNE, 1992 Darcie Vincent became the seventh head coach in Appalachian State University history on April 24, 2008 after eight years as the head coach at California (Pa.), where she led the Vulcans to their first-ever NCAA Division II national title in 2004. After a rebuilding year during the 2008-09 season, Vincent led the Black and Gold to a complete turnaround in just her second year at helm during the 2009-10 campaign. The Mountaineers ended the historic 2009-10 season with an impressive 23-12 overall record and a stout 14-6 Southern Conference mark, good enough to tie for Samford for second place in the regular-season standings. The squad not only more than doubled its overall and conference wins from the previous season but compiled the second most wins in school history (23) and most league victories since the 1995-96 season, while recording its first winning season since 2005-06. Posting a plus 12 wins differential from the 2008-09 to 2009-10 seasons, Vincent guided the Apps to the best single-season turnaround in school history and fourth best in NCAA Division I during the 2009-10 campaign. In a season of many firsts, Appalachian earned 11 wins in the Holmes Center, to set the Holmes Center record for victories, and won 16 of its final 19 games. The team closed the season on an eight-game home winning streak. Vincent was able to propel Appalachian to this success all while coaching the youngest team in the SoCon. For her phenomenal efforts, she was voted the Southern Conference Coach of the Year by the leagues’ coaches and media. She is only the second coach in program history to earn the SoCon Coach-of-the-Year accolades (Linda Robinson was the other). The West Virginia native also saw three Mountaineers earn all-conference recognition (Ashlen Dewart, Anna Freeman, Sam Ramirez), two grab all-SoCon tournament honors (A. Freeman and Chakeitha Weldon) and two notch all-WBI tournament honors (Dewart-MVP and A. Freeman). The 2009-10 team’s run for a SoCon tournament title came to an abrupt halt with a 13-point loss to SoCon foe Samford in the conference tournament semifinals, but the team was able to earn a postseason bid for the Women’s Basketball Invitational. Selected as the number one overall seed, Vincent led ASU to its first-ever postseason victory and the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational tournament title. Directly in charge of the Mountaineers’ defense, ASU’s defensive unit was quite impressive last season. Under Vincent’s tutelage, Appalachian’s defense ended first in the

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in the conference in field-goal percentage defense, holding opponents to a 35.8 shooting percentage, first in rebounds, averaging 43.0 per game, and first in blocks. In the opening round of the WBI, the stingy defensive unit held Charleston Southern to a 21.9 field goal percentage, the lowest the by an ASU opponent since 2005. The Black and Gold also registered 16 games when an opponent scored less than 60 points and was 15-1 in those contests. Capping off the banner 2009-10 season, the squad finished in the top 50 of six NCAA Division I statistical categories, including fifth in the country in blocks per game, averaging 6.4. In her first season at Appalachian in 2008-09, Vincent helped the program earn more overall and more conference wins than the previous season, with the Mountaineers posting a 9-22 record and going 7-13 in SoCon play. Under her guidance, ASU advanced to the quarterfinals of the SoCon Tournament for the first time since the 2006-07 season. She also coached Sade’ Means and Canesha Edwards to SoCon coaches all-

Darcie Vincent became just the second coach in ASU women’s basketball history to earn the SoCon Coach ofthe Year honor.


freshman honors and helped Brittany Mixon pick up SoCon Sports Media Association second-team all-conference honors and second-team all-tournament recognition. The Mountaineers also defeated SoCon foe Davidson for the first time since 2005-06 and beat Georgia Southern in the squad’s regular-season finale, defeating the Eagles for the first time since 2006-07. Vincent’s .687 winning percentage is currently 10th among NCAA Division I active coaches with at least five years as a four-year college head coach, but fewer than five years at the Division I level. In her tenure as a head coach, Vincent’s teams have won 20 or more games nine times. Vincent held a 212-47 record at California University and led the Vulcans to a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference title four times she also posted four second-place conference finishes. Vincent was named the 2004 PSAC West and WBCA Regional Coach of the Year after leading the team to a 35-1 record and the national title. Her teams posted an 82-14 conference record under her reign. She coached at Slippery Rock for four years prior to her tenure at Cal U, and led the team to a PSAC title and the NCAA Division II Elite Eight in 2000. Vincent was 52-54 in her four years at Slippery Rock where she took the team to the NCAA Elite Eight in 1999-2000. Her mark of 23-7 that season stands as the most wins in school history. The team’s three NCAA tournament wins came by an average of 15 points.

She began her coaching career as a graduate assistant at Duquesne, then spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Slippery Rock before taking over the head coaching reins for The Rock in 1996. In two years as an assistant under Laura Williges, Vincent helped The Rock to winning seasons, earning 21 and 14 wins. Vincent earned a bachelor’s degree in business marketing (1992) and a master’s in business administration (1994) from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where she was named all-Atlantic 10 three times and earned Kodak all-district honors. Catherine Kunz and Renee DeVarney coached the Dukes during Vincent’s playing days. She left her mark in the school’s record book, as she still ranks second in career steals (323), third in career scoring (1,538), assists (555) and free throws and fourth in free-throw percentage (.803) and career three-point field goals (151). She holds the distinction as being the first female inducted into the Duquesne Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000. The guard averaged 14.2 points per game for her career and more than 17 points per game her final three years as a player. Vincent resides in Boone, where she enjoys camping, golfing, hiking and mountain biking.

The Vincent File Born: Darcie Vincent Birthdate: March 18, 1970 Hometown: Fairmont, W.Va. Education

M.B.A. B.A., Business Marketing

Playing Career

Duquesne, 1994 Duquesne, 1992 East Fairmont H.S. Fairmont, W.Va. Class of 1988

Duquesne 1988-92 East Fairmont H.S. 1984-88

Coaching Experience

Head Coach Appalachian, 2008-pres. Head Coach California (Pa.), 2000-08 Head Coach Slippery Rock, 1996-2000 Asst. Coach Slippery Rock, 1994-96 Graduate Assistant Duquesne, 1992-1994

Honors

SoCon Coach of the Year 2010 PSAC and Regional Coach of the Year 2004 Duquesne Hall of Fame Inducted, 2000 Alice Walton Mansmann Award 1991

Vincent led ASU to its first-ever postseason victories and the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational crown. The Apps defeated Memphis 79-71 in the Holmes Center in the WBI championship game.

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Slippery Rock 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000

W-L

2-23 15-12 12-12 23-7

Pct.

.080 .556 .500 .767

First year as head coach PSAC First Round PSAC First Round NCAA Elite Eight

.655 .806 .943 .972 .813 .839 .677 .794

2nd-PSAC West PSAC Title-NCAA Bid PSAC Title- NCAA Final Four NCAA Champions PSAC West-NCAA Bid PSAC Champions-NCAA Bid NCAA Bid NCAA Elite Eight

California (Pa.)

W-L

Pct.

Appalachian

W-L

Pct.

Overall

296-135 .686

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Vincent vs. All Opponents

Career Coaching Record

19-10 25-6 33-2 35-1 26-6 26-5 21-10 27-7

9-22 .290 23-12 .657

First season at ASU WBI Champions

APPALACHIAN’S WBI TITLE RUN FIRST ROUND

Appalachian State 62, Charleston Southern 47 CSU Fieldhouse • Charleston, S.C.

QUARTERFINALS

Appalachian State 59, Fairfield 36 Holmes Center • Boone, N.C.

SEMIFINALS

Appalachian State 77, College of Charleston 58 Holmes Center • Boone, N.C.

CHAMPIONSHIP

Appalachian State 79, Memphis 71 Holmes Center • Boone, N.C.

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(AT APPALACHIAN)

Alabama A&M................................................ 1-0 Bowling Green............................................... 0-1 Charleston Southern................................... 1-0 Charlotte ......................................................... 0-1 Chattanooga.................................................. 0-5 College of Charleston................................. 3-2 Davidson ......................................................... 3-1 East Carolina................................................... 0-1 East Tennessee State................................... 1-1 Elon.................................................................... 3-1 Fairfield ........................................................ 1-0 Furman............................................................. 4-2 Gardner-Webb............................................... 0-2 George Mason............................................... 1-1 Georgetown................................................... 0-1 Georgia Southern......................................... 1-3 Marshall............................................................ 1-1 Memphis ......................................................... 1-0 Miami (Ohio).................................................. 1-0 UNC Greensboro........................................... 3-1 Pittsburgh....................................................... 0-1 Richmond........................................................ 0-1 Samford............................................................ 1-4 Wake Forest.................................................... 0-1 Western Carolina.......................................... 2-2 Wichita State.................................................. 0-1 Wofford............................................................4-0 Total............................................................32-34


assoc. HEAD COACH heather kearney second SEASON slippery rock, 1999 Kearney played under Vincent at Slippery Rock from 1995-1999. She led The Rock to an NCAA Division II East Regional championship and was named a Kodak all-American. She was the PSAC West Rookie of the Year in 1996 and finished her career with as the school’s careerleading scorer and second in career-rebounding. In 2010, she was inducted into Slippery Rock’s Hall of Fame. The Harrisville, Pa. native earned an undergraduate degree in sports management from Slippery Rock in 1999 and completed a master’s degree in counseling from The Rock in 2003.

Associate head coach Heather Kearney joined Appalachian’s staff in the spring of 2009, after a one-year stint as the head coach at California University Pa. During her first year at ASU, she served as the program’s offensive coordinator. Along with planning and implementing offensive schemes, plays and sets, she coached the team’s post players. Kearney’s offense was quite productive during the highly-successful 2009-10 season, as the team finished second in the Southern Conference in scoring offense, at 66.7 points per game. The squad also led the conference in field-goal percentage, shooting 43.2 percent, assists, averaging 15.9 per contest and ranked fourth in three-point field-goal percentage, shooting 34.3 percent. The Mountaineers also poured in 70-plus points in 14 games, and scored a season-high 92 points against former SoCon foe ETSU, the most the program had tallied since 2008. In addition to her successful offense, Kearney coached freshman standouts Ashlen Dewart and Anna Freeman. The dynamic duo both earned all-conference honors, with Freeman picking up SoCon and Women’s Basketball Invitational tournament honors and Dewart claiming the WBI MVP award. As the head coach at California University in 2008-09, she led the squad to an NCAA Elite Eight appearance and a final national ranking of No. 4. In her only season as head coach of the Vulcans, the team posted a 29-5 record, including a spotless 17-0 mark on their home court. The team also captured the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West title, won the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional tournament and Kearney nabbed PSAC West Coach of the Year honors. As an assistant and associate head coach she helped the Vulcans achieve eight-straight NCAA tournament appearances, seven PSAC West championships, four conference crowns and win the NCAA Division II National Championship in 2004.

Education

The Kearney File

Master’s in Counseling B.A., Sports Management

Playing Career

Coaching Experience

Slippery Rock 1995-1999 Slippery Rock H.S. 1991-1995

Assoc. Head Coach Head Coach Assoc. Head Coach Asst. Coach

Honors

Slippery Rock, 2003 Slippery Rock, 1999 Slippery Rock H.S. Slippery Rock, Pa. Class of 1995

Appalachian 2009-pres. California (Pa.) 2008-09 California (Pa.) 2004-2008 California (Pa.) 2000-2004

Slippery Rock Hall of Fame PSAC West Coach of the Year Kodak all-American PSAC West Rookie of the Year

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2010 2009 1999 1996


assistant COACH andrea gross second SEASON william and mary, 2002 Assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Andrea Gross joined Appalachian’s staff in the spring of 2009 after having coaching stints at Colgate, Indiana University-Purdue University- Indianapolis and Longwood. In her first year with the Black and Gold, Gross helped Vincent implement the defensive schemes and was in charge of coaching the “X” factors in Canesha Edwards, Courtney Freeman and Kelsey Sharkey, while also serving as the program’s recruiting coordinator. Her persistent and tireless recruiting efforts paid off as the Mountaineers brought in a highly-touted 2010-11 class, one that boasts two junior-college transfers and three prep-school standouts that hail from Ohio and Florida. Prior to coming to ASU, Gross had compiled five years of coaching expereince at the Division I level. While at IUPUI, she helped lead the Jaguars to the largest season to season wins turn around in Division I in 2006-07. Before coaching at IUPUI, Gross was a graduate assistant at California (Pa.) where she served on ASU head coach Darcie Vincent’s staff and helped the Vulcans capture the 2004 NCAA Division II national championship. A native of Pueblo, Colo., Gross played at William and Mary from 1998-2002 and was a team captain during her senior year. She was named the Tribe’s defensive player of the year as a freshman and finished her career ranked third in school history in career blocks. Gross earned a bachelor of arts in kinesiology and sociology from William and Mary in 2002 and completed a master’s degree in business administration from California-(Pa.) in 2004.

Education

The Gross File

Masters in Business Administration B.A., Kinesiology/Sociology

. Cal (Pa.) 2004

William and Mary, 2002

East High School Pueblo, Colorado Class of 1998 Playing Career William and Mary 1998-2002

East High School 1994-1998

Coaching Experience Assistant Coach Appalachian 2009-pres. Assistant Coach Colgate 2007-2009 Assistant Coach Longwood 2006-2007 Assistant Coach IUPUI 2004-2006 Grad. Assistant California (Pa.) 2002-2004

Honors Defensive Player of the Year

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1999

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assistant coach nora jabbour first SEASON north carolina, 2006 Nora Jabbour comes to Appalachian having a vast amount of coaching experience at all levels. Jabbour most recently served as an assistant coach at Emory University, where she was primarily responsible for the program’s recruiting efforts. Prior to her stint at Emory, Jabbour spent two seasons at Army as both an assistant coach and the director of basketball operations. In addition to her collegiate coaching experience, she also served as a marketing assistant for the NBA’s Washington Wizards and was an assistant high-school girl’s basketball coach at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in Maryland. A native of Bethesda, Md., Jabbour earned a undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina. While at UNC, she served as the team’s manager for three years along with playing on the club basketball team. Also serving as club basketball president, she helped lead her squad to the 2005 East Coast Women’s Club Basketball championship. “I could not be more excited with the addition of Nora Jabbour to our staff,” Vincent said. “Her competitive spirit and ‘go get it’ attitude makes her a tremendous asset to our program. Additionally, her experience in video editing and her connection to North Carolina and Georgia offers us advantages over many of our recruiting opponents. I look forward to the upcoming season with the best possible staff a head coach could have.”

Education

The Jabbour File

B.S., Business Administration

North Carolina, 2006

Bethesda-Chevy Chase H.S.

Bethesda, Md.

Class of 2003

Playing Career

North Carolina Club Women’s Basketball 2003-2005

Coaching Experience

Assistant Coach

Appalachian 2010- pres.

Assistant Coach

Emory 2009-2010

Assistant Coach

West Point 2007-09

Assistant Coach

Bethesda-Chevy Chase H.S. 2006-2007

Other Experience Marketing Assistant

Washington Wizards 2006-2007

Team Manager

UNC Women’s Basketball 2003-06

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JUNIOR • 2009-10

• Played in all 35 games, making 34 starts • Led team in assists (136, 3.9 apg), free-throw percentage (.848), minutes played (1236, 35.3 mpg) and three- point percentage (.379) • Ended the season second on the team in field goals made (159, 4.5 per game), scoring average (12.9), and total points (451) • Second in the SoCon in assists and minutes played • Finished third in the league in assist/turnover ratio • Was sixth in the conference in three-point field goals made, eighth in scoring, 10th in three-point field goal percentage and 13th in steals • Poured in a career-high 25 points against College of Charleston (Feb. 22) • Led Appalachian in scoring in 14 games • Registered 20-plus points in five contests • Posted double-figures scoring in 25 games • For her efforts at Elon and against Western Carolina (averaged 17.5 points and shot 55 percent from behind the arc), was named the SoCon Player of the Week for February 9 • Named SoCon Player of the Month for February 2010 • Named all-conference by the SoCon coaches and second team all-SoCon by the Southern Conference Sports Media Associa- tion

SOPHOMORE • 2008-09

• Played in all 31 games, making 29 starts • Led the team in minutes played with 1,098 on the season • Finished second on the team in points with 329, averaging 10.6 per contest • Second on the team in field goals made with 129, averaging 4.2 per contest • Led the squad in both three-point field goals with 41 and assists with 136 • Led the Southern Conference in assists on the season, averaging 4.4 per game • Led the league in assist-turnover ratio and tied for seventh in steals • Hauled in a career-high 10 rebounds along with 16 points, recording her lone double-double of the season/career, to help ASU to a 73-68 win over UNCG (Jan. 12) • Notched 16 games in double-figures scoring • Led ASU in scoring on six different occasions • Scored 17 second half points to help the Mountaineers erase a 16 point second-half deficit and defeat Furman in the first round of the SoCon Tournament

FRESHMAN • 2007-08

• Played in all 30 games and made three starts • Was an all-freshman team selection by both the SoCon Sports Media Association and SoCon coaches • Recorded 10 or more points in 12 games and led the Mountaineers in scoring seven times • Finished the season with double-figure points in six of the last seven contests • Led the team in three-point field goals and ranked first among SoCon freshman in points per game

HIGH SCHOOL

• Averaged 18.7 points, 6.1 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game at Southview High School in Hope Mills, N.C. • Two-time all-conference MVP, all-region honoree and team MVP • Named a North Carolina Prep all-state honoree and led her team to back-to-back conference championships • Entered her senior season with more than 1,000 career points • Left as school’s all-time leading scorer and three-point shooter • Led her team to a 32-0 record and the 2007 4A North Carolina State Championship • Named Most Outstanding Player in the state championship game

PERSONAL

• Full name is Samantha Elizabeth Ramirez • Born March 9, 1989 • Daughter of Deirdre and Jesse Ramirez • Ran cross country in high school • Majoring in criminal justice

On March 21, 2010 against Fairfield in the WBI quarterfinals, Ramirez became just the 19th player in ASU program history to eclipse the 1,000 point mark for her career and just the sixth to do it before her senior year.

PLAYER PROFILES

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(Junior Year Game-by-Game Stats • 2009-10)

Ramirez’ Career Highs Points Career

25.vs. College of Charleston (2/22/10)

Field Goals Career

10.......................... at Marshall (11/13/09)

Field Goal Attempts Career

19................................. vs UNCG (2/20/10)

Field Goal Percentage Career

1.000........................ at Furman (2/13/08)

Three-Point FG Career

6.....................................at UNCG (1/16/10)

Three-Point FG Att. Career

13..................................at UNCG (1/16/10)

1.000........................ at Furman (2/13/08)

Free Throws Career

7....................................at Furman (2/1/10)

Free Throw Attempts Career

7, 3X ............... last vs Wofford (2/25/10)

Rebounds Career

10................ UNC Greensboro (1/12/09)

Assists Career

10.........................vs. Marshall (11/14/08)

Blocks Career

2.................................vs Furman (1/31/09)

6.....................................at CofC (12/14/08)

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Season Career

Double-Figure Scoring

25

54

Double-Figure Rebounding

0

1

Double-Doubles

0

1

Led ASU in Scoring

14

27

Led ASU in Rebounding

1

1

20+ Point Games

5

7

Year

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

PF 0 2 3 0 1 3 2 3 0 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 3 2 1 0 2 0

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

TO BLK 9 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 3 0 5 0 3 0 5 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 4 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 1 0

Opponent FG-FGA 3FG-FGA MARSHALL 1-5 0-2 at East Carolina 8-14 1-4 at Wake Forest 2-6 0-2 ALABAMA A&M 2-8 1-4 at ETSU 2-7 0-4 at Ga. Southern* 1-5 0-3 DAVIDSON* 8-15 2-5 at Wichita State 1-8 0-4 at Furman* 7-13 2-6 at Georgetown 3-11 1-6 at George Mason 2-5 2-2 W. CAROLINA* 5-8 3-5 at Elon* 5-13 4-8 C OF C* 8-16 5-9 UNCG * 5-12 4-9 at Samford* 2-8 0-4 at Chattanooga* 1-4 0-1 at Davidson* 3-11 0-4 GARDNER-WEBB 2-8 0-4 FURMAN* 7-14 2-5 at Wofford* 1-7 0-3 at W. Carolina* 4-14 0-3 ELON* 2-9 0-5 WOFFORD* 6-11 2-4 SAMFORD* 5-10 1-4 CHATTANOOGA* 5-14 1-5 at C of C * 8-17 3-4 at UNCG* 6-14 1-7 GA. SOUTHERN* 5-12 1-5 Furman 7-16 4-8 Chattanooga 5-15 1-6

FT-FTA 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 6-7 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 4-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0

R PF 4 3 8 2 4 0 5 1 4 1 3 1 3 3 7 1 5 3 4 0 6 3 2 1 4 2 2 3 10 2 4 0 4 1 3 1 2 2 7 1 3 2 5 1 1 0 6 4 3 0 3 2 2 4 3 1 4 0 3 0 1 3

A TO BLK 10 1 0 5 2 0 2 3 0 4 6 0 7 4 0 2 4 0 4 1 0 5 3 0 2 4 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 3 5 0 3 0 0 7 5 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 5 1 0 6 1 0 9 6 2 3 2 0 2 3 0 6 1 0 5 3 0 5 4 0 3 2 0 9 1 0 4 2 0 7 1 0 7 1 0 3 2 0

(Freshman Year Game-by-Game Stats • 2007-08)

Steals Career

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

(SophomoreYear Game-by-Game Stats • 2008-09)

Three-Point FG Pct. Career

Opponent FG-FGA 3FG-FGA at Marshall 10-15 3-7 CHARLOTTE 4-9 2-5 at Gardner-Webb 5-9 2-4 at Pittsburgh 2-9 2-5 vs. Miami (Ohio) 4-15 2-6 GA. SOUTHERN* 5-14 3-11 at Davidson* 6-11 3-7 E. TENNESSEE STATE 8-14 4-7 FURMAN* 1-3 1-3 at Bowling Green 4-12 2-7 GEORGE MASON 3-11 2-6 ELON* 6-14 4-8 at Western Carolina* 2-6 0-4 RICHMOND 2-6 1-5 CHATTANOOGA* 3-8 0-1 SAMFORD* 0-2 0-1 at UNCG* 8-17 6-13 at CofC* 3-9 1-6 DAVIDSON* 7-11 1-3 at Wofford* 5-14 1-5 at Furman* 4-10 1-4 at Elon* 2-7 2-4 W.CAROLINA* 8-15 3-5 at Chattanooga* 8-13 2-4 at Samford* 7-14 5-9 UNCG* 6-19 4-9 COFC* 7-18 5-12 WOFFORD* 6-15 2-4 at Ga. Southern* 3-9 3-5 vs. Furman 4-11 3-7 vs. Samford 0-6 0-2 at Char. Southern 4-14 2-8 vs. FAIRFIELD 8-14 3-6 vs. COFC 2-6 1-4 vs. MEMPHIS 2-10 1-6

Opponent FG-FGA 3FG-FGA at NC State 3-5 1-3 NC CENTRAL 4-10 2-6 at Gardner-Webb 2-8 1-7 at VCU 0-2 0-1 EAST CAROLINA 0-2 0-1 RADFORD 5-9 1-4 at C of C* 6-13 2-8 at Ga. Southern* 4-11 4-8 at Central Florida 2-6 1-4 vs. LaSalle 1-2 0-1 at San Diego 3-9 1-4 vs DePaul 7-11 3-5 CHATTANOOGA* 4-10 0-3 W. CAROLINA* 1-3 0-1 at Davidson* 4-12 1-5 ETSU 2-7 1-4 at Elon* 3-7 1-2 at UNCG* 1-3 1-2 FURMAN* 4-9 0-3 WOFFORD* 3-11 2-6 at Chattanooga* 2-4 1-3 at W. Carolina* 0-5 0-3 DAVIDSON* 2-3 2-3 at Furman* 6-6 2-2 ELON* 5-8 2-4 UNCG * 5-12 1-4 at Wofford* 7-14 2-4 C OF C* 7-13 5-9 GA. SOUTHERN 0-11 0-5 vs. UNCG 6-14 4-9

R PF 6 2 4 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 3 2 3 3 1 1 0 0 5 1 2 1 3 2 0 4 6 1 2 0 2 0 4 1 0 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 1 3 4 3 0 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 1

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

TO BLK 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 5 0 4 0

Pts 23 12 12 6 11 14 17 21 3 10 10 18 4 5 6 0 22 7 17 13 16 12 23 19 19 16 25 19 11 17 0 12 19 7 5

STL 0 0 3 3 3 1 2 4 4 1 4 0 2 4 1 2 2 2 3 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 0 0

Pts. 4 17 4 7 4 2 19 2 22 7 8 14 14 23 16 6 2 8 4 17 5 8 4 15 11 11 19 13 13 19 11

STL 1 1 1 0 0 1 6 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 2 1

Pts. 7 11 5 0 0 11 16 12 5 2 8 19 8 4 9 5 7 4 8 10 5 0 6 15 12 12 16 19 0 16

Ramirez’s Career Statistics

GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct

2007-08 30 2008-09 31 2009-10 35 Total 96

FT-FTA 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

STL 1 2 0 2 1 4 3 5 1 2 2 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 5 0 0 3 0 0 3 1

3 621 20.7 99 29 1098 35.4 129 34 1236 35.3 159 66 2955 30.8 387

240 330 390 960

.413 .391 .408 .403

41 41 77 159

124 145 203 472

.331 .283 .379 .337

FT FTA 11 30 56 97

17 40 66 123

Pct O-Reb D-Reb Reb. Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl

.647 .750 .848 .789

19

21 34 19 74

42 91 91 224

63 125 110 298

2.1 4.0 3.1 3.1

39 48 43 129

0 0 0 0

42 55 136 72 136 96 314 223

0 2 1 3

Pts Avg

35 250 8.3 55 329 10.6 54 451 12.9 144 1030 10.7


Edwards’ Career Highs

SOPHOMORE • 2009-10

Points Career

• Saw action in 32 contests, making 10 starts • Made the transition from the forward to guard • Averaged 5.0 points per game • Hauled in an average of 4.6 rebounds • Poured in a career-high 19 points against Wof- ford on February 25 • Grabbed a season-best 11 rebounds against Richmond (Jan. 6) and Coll. of Charleston (Feb. 22) • Recorded back-to-back double-doubles against Coll. of Charleston (Feb. 22) and Wofford (Feb. 25) • Dished out a season-high four assists against the Terriers and tallied career-high six steals • Recorded double-figure scoring six times • Led ASU in rebounding in four contests

FRESHMAN • 2008-09

• Played in all 31 games, starting 29 • Hauled in a career-high 17 rebounds at Furman • Swatted three blocks against Western Carolina (Jan. 3) • Recorded double-figure rebounds nine times • Led ASU in rebounding 11 times • Finished fifth in the SoCon and first among fresh- man in rebounding • Ranked seventh in the country among freshman in rebounding • Fourth in the conference in defensive rebounds and tenth in offensive rebounds • 12th in the league in steals • Led the squad in rebounds with a total of 233 on the season • Placed first on the team in rebounding average, averaging 7.5 per contest • Second on the team in steals and blocked shots • Named to the SoCon coaches all-Freshman team

HIGH SCHOOL

• Under coach Rod Ladd, she was named an honorable mention on Street & Smith’s all- America team • Was chosen to participate in the Adidas Top Ten Underclassmen All-America Camp • Also lettered in track and field in high school

PERSONAL

• Full name is Canesha Reshayae Edwards • Born January 27, 1990 • Daughter of Cynthia Ross • Majoring in finance and banking

IN 2008-09 EDWARDS RANKED SEVENTH AMONG ALL FRESHMeN NATIONALLY IN REBOUNDS

Year GP GS Min 2008-09 31 29 895 2009-10 32 10 651 Total 63 39 1546

Field Goals Career 6, 3X...........last vs Wofford (2/25/10) Field Goal Attempts Career 15..................... vs Memphis (3/28/10) Field Goal Percentage Career 1.000, 2X . ... last vs. Ga. Mason (12/30/09) Opponent

(SophomoreYear Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

at Marshall CHARLOTTE 4-7 0-0 at Gardner-Webb 0-2 0-0 at Pittsburgh 0-1 0-0 vs. Miami (Ohio) 1-2 0-0 GA. SOUTHERN* 0-1 0-0 at Davidson* E. TENNESSEE STATE 0-0 0-0 FURMAN* 0-1 0-0 at Bowling Green GEORGE MASON 2-2 0-0 ELON* 1-3 0-1 at Western Carolina* 3-4 0-0 RICHMOND 4-6 0-0 CHATTANOOGA* 1-4 0-0 SAMFORD* 4-6 0-0 at UNCG* 3-7 0-0 at CofC* 2-7 0-0 DAVIDSON* 3-9 0-0 at Wofford* 1-4 0-0 at Furman* 0-1 0-0 at Elon* 0-3 0-0 WESTERN CAROLINA* 0-0 0-0 at Chattanooga* 0-0 0-0 at Samford* 1-3 0-0 UNCG* 2-4 0-0 COFC* 4-6 0-0 WOFFORD* 6-12 0-1 at Ga. Southern* 3-4 0-1 vs. Furman! 3-7 0-0 vs. Samford! 2-4 0-0 at Char. Southern 3-7 0-0 vs. FAIRFIELD 0-3 0-0 vs. COFC 3-5 0-0 vs. MEMPHIS 5-15 0-0

Opponent

MARSHALL at East Carolina at Wake Forest ALABAMA A&M at ETSU at Ga. Southern* DAVIDSON* at Wichita State at Furman* at Georgetown at George Mason W. CAROLINA* at Elon* C OF C* UNCG* at Samford* at Chattanooga* at Davidson* GARDNER-WEBB FURMAN* at Wofford* at W. Carolina* ELON* WOFFORD* SAMFORD* CHATTANOOGA* at C of C* at UNCG* GA. SOUTHERN* Furman Chattanooga

DID NOT PLAY 4-4 6 5 1 9 0 0 12 1-2 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3-4 2 4 2 3 0 1 5 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 DID NOT PLAY 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 DID NOT PLAY 0-0 5 1 3 0 0 0 4 0-1 3 1 0 1 0 0 2 1-2 9 2 0 1 0 0 7 0-0 11 2 2 8 0 2 8 0-0 5 4 4 2 0 3 2 2-2 3 3 1 0 0 1 10 0-0 2 4 3 1 0 1 6 2-3 7 4 1 2 0 0 6 3-4 9 3 3 1 0 5 9 1-1 1 3 4 3 0 1 3 0-0 4 0 1 2 1 0 0 3-4 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 2-2 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 3 3 1 1 0 0 4 0-0 4 0 0 3 1 0 4 2-2 11 3 0 1 0 1 10 7-9 10 3 4 2 0 6 19 0-2 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 0-2 9 1 1 2 1 2 6 0-0 6 1 1 4 0 0 4 4-5 8 1 0 0 0 0 10 0-0 6 2 0 2 0 2 2 1-1 4 1 1 3 0 1 7 0-0 9 3 1 2 0 1 10

(FreshmanYear Game-by-Game Stats• 2008-09) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts. 3-8 6-14 1-5 1-3 1-2 3-4 4-11 2-8 2-10 2-7 4-10 1-4 2-6 4-10 6-6 2-4 1-4 3-5 2-7 2-5 5-7 1-3 5-11 5-7 1-4 2-4 0-1 3-8 2-6 2-3 4-8

Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA 28.9 77 192 .401 0 4 20.3 61 140 .436 0 3 24.5 138 332 .416 0 7

PLAYER PROFILES

19........................vs Wofford (2/25/10)

0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

10 2 16 3 8 3 4 4 1 5 2 5 9 3 11 4 17 1 7 2 9 1 9 4 10 3 11 1 11 5 6 3 5 5 6 4 4 3 5 5 8 3 0 4 7 4 8 3 7 2 10 2 2 2 8 5 9 2 10 4 6 4

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

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

Edwards’ Career Statistics Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 51 38 89

FTA 68 52 120

Pct .750 .731 .742

20

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

O-Reb D-Reb Reb. 76 157 233 53 94 147 129 251 380

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

11 15 2 2 5 6 9 6 6 6 11 3 6 8 18 7 3 6 4 4 11 2 13 11 4 6 0 6 10 4 8

Avg PF 7.5 101 4.6 60 6.0 161

Three-Point FG Career N/A Three-Point FG Att. Career 1, 7X.last vs Ga. Southern (2/27/10) Three-Point FG Pct. Career N/A Free Throws Career 7...........................vs Wofford (2/25/10) Free Throw Attempts Career 9...........................vs Wofford (2/25/10) Rebounds Career 17........................at Furman (12/20/08) Assists Career

4, 3X............last vs Wofford (2/25/10)

Blocks Career

3.......... .vs. Western Carolina (1/3/09)

Steals Career

6.......................... .vs Wofford (2/25/10)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season. Career Double-Figure Scoring 6 13 Double-Figure Rebounding 3 12 Double-Doubles 2 5 Led ASU in Scoring 2 3 Led ASU in Rebounding 4 15 20+ Point Games 0 0

FO Ast TO 6 34 88 1 35 56 7 69 144

Blk 16 3 19

Stl 52 29 81

Pts 205 160 365

Avg 6.6 5.0 5.8


Hackett’s Career Highs

SOPHOMORE • 2009-10

Points Career

• Saw limited playing time due to a knee injury • Played in six contests, including the quarterfinals and semifinals of the Women’s Basketball Invita- tional • Best showing of the season came against Wof- ford (Feb. 25), where she scored two points and grabbed a rebound

Field Goals Career 2.............. 6X, last at Davidson (1/24/09)

FRESHMAN • 2008-09

• Saw action in 14 games with lone career-start coming against Western Carolina (Jan. 3) • Scored in nine contests • Posted a career-high five points on four different occasions with the last time coming in the Apps 20-point rout of Davidson • Hauled in a career-high three rebounds four different times • Suffered season-ending knee injury against Gardner-Webb

HIGH SCHOOL

• Named to all-county team and was named the top forward in the state • Averaged 14 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks per game for head coach Joe Stone • Lettered in volleyball and track in addition to basketball

PERSONAL

• Full name is Haley Ann Hackett • Born May 11, 1990 • Daughter of Debbie and Joe Hackett • Her uncle, Dino Hackett, played football at Appalachian State and in the NFL and is one of four ASU football players with a retired number • Father Joe, played football for Southern Conference rival Elon, as well as in the NFL • Majoring in communications

Field Goal Attempts Career 4.......... 5.X, last at Davidson (1/24/09) Field Goal Percentage Career 1.000, 2X........... .last vs Wofford (2/25/10)

Opponent

at Gardner-Webb at Elon* WOFFORD* at Char. Southern vs. FAIRFIELD vs. COFC

Opponent

MARSHALL at East Carolina at Wake Forest ALABAMA A&M at ETSU at Furman* at George Mason W. CAROLINA* at Elon* C OF C* UNCG* Chattanooga* at Davidson* GARDNER-WEBB

(SophomoreYear Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts. 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 2 0 0 0

(FreshmanYear Game-by-Game Stats • 2008-09) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts. 2-4 2-3 2-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-4 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 2-4 1-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

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

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 5 5 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 2 5 2

FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA 15 31 .484 0 0 1 2 .500 0 0 16 33 .485 0 0

Three-Point FG Career N/A Three-Point FG Att. Career N/A Three-Point FG Pct. Career N/A Free Throws Career 2...............at George Mason (12/30/08) Free Throw Attempts Career 4........3X, last at Ga. Mason (12/30/08) Rebounds Career 3.......4X, last at Ga. Mason (12/30/08)

HACKETT competed in outdoor track and field at asu in 2010 and finished eighth in the socon in the shot put

Year GP GS Min Avg 2008-09 14 1 142 10.1 2009-10 6 0 14 2.3 Total 20 1 156 7.8

5...........4X, last at Davidson (1/24/09)

Assists Career

2..........2X last at Ga. Mason(12/30/08)

Blocks Career

1..............2x last vs G.-Webb (1/28/09)

Steals Career

1....................................vs. CofC (3/25/10)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season Career Double-Figure Scoring 0 Double-Figure Rebounding 0 Double-Doubles 0 Led ASU in Scoring 0 Led ASU in Rebounding 0 20+ Point Games 0

Hackett’s Career Statistics Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 6 0 6

FTA 13 0 13

Pct .462 .000 .462

21

O-Reb D-Reb Reb. 9 12 21 1 0 1 10 12 22

Avg 1.5 0.2 1.1

PF 35 3 38

FO Ast 2 6 0 0 2 6

TO 25 4 29

Blk 2 0 1

Stl 0 1 1

Pts 36 2 38

Avg 2.6 0.3 1.9

0 0 0 0 0 0


SOPHOMORE • 2009-10

• Played in 32-of-35 games, missing three games due to injury • Made 18 starts, starting the final 14 games of the season • Ranked fourth on the team in points with 247 and scoring average (7.7 ppg) • Ranked eighth in the SoCon in assists (3.0 apg) and 10th in the league in steals (1.6 spg) • Posted nine games in double-figure scoring • Best scoring output of the season came in the SoCon Tournament semifinals against Samford when she poured in a career-high 21 points • Against the Bulldogs (March 7) she shot a career- best 10-14 from the field (.714) • Hauled in career-high 11 rebounds against Col- lege of Charleston (Feb. 22) • Tallied three contests with double-digit boards • Showcasing her athleticism, the 5-8 guard tallied four blocks against Elon (Jan. 2) • Dished out a career-best eight assists against UNCG (Feb. 20) • Named second-team all-SoCon Tournament

FRESHMAN • 2007-08 • (Kansas)

• Saw action in 10 games before injuring her right knee in practice in early February • Made 4-of-6 shots from the field against Oklahoma • Had two rebounds versus OU, along with three assists and one steal • Followed that performance up with a five-point, two-assist, two-rebound effort in a win over Iowa State • Scored four points in the season-opening win over Hartford (Nov. 11, 2007) and five points in a win over Creighton (Nov. 27, 2007) • Shot 52.9 percent from the field, making 9-of-17 shots on the season

HIGH SCHOOL

• Averaged 17 points, six rebounds, five assists and three steals during her senior season at B. E. Mays High School in Atlanta, Ga. • Shot 87 percent from the free throw line • Named first-team all-city, second team all-state and an Atlanta City All-Star • McDonald’s All-America nominee • Played her freshman, sophomore and junior years at Tri-Cities High School where she aver aged 15, 18 and 22 points per game, respectively • Scored 1,375 points in three seasons at Tri-Cities • Earned second team all-state as a junior and first team all-region as a sophomore and freshman

PERSONAL

• Daughter of Kenneth Weldon and Latrice Holland • Born September 24, 1988 • Has five siblings: Lamiesha Weldon (22), Eumieka Weldon (18), Kenneth Weldon, Jr. (16), Kendrege Holland (11) and Kendrecus Weldon (8) • Cousin, Batavia Weldon, played football at Ten- nessee State • Majoring in health promotion

Weldon’s Career Highs Points Career

Field Goals Career 10.........................vs. Samford (3/7/10) Field Goal Attempts Career 16..................... at Marshall (11/13/09)

Opponent

(SophomoreYear Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

at Marshall 6-16 0-2 CHARLOTTE 0-2 0-2 at Gardner-Webb at Pittsburgh vs. Miami (Ohio) GA. SOUTHERN* 3-5 1-1 at Davidson* 4-9 0-1 E. TENNESSEE STATE 1-4 0-1 FURMAN* 0-5 0-0 at Bowling Green 1-2 0-0 GEORGE MASON 4-8 0-1 ELON* 7-12 0-3 at Western Carolina* 1-7 0-0 RICHMOND 1-5 0-0 CHATTANOOGA* 4-11 1-2 SAMFORD* 2-12 0-1 at UNCG* 3-6 0-2 at CofC* 3-7 0-0 DAVIDSON* 2-7 0-2 at Wofford* 2-3 0-0 at Furman* 2-6 0-1 at Elon* 5-11 0-0 WESTERN CAROLINA* 6-8 0-0 at Chattanooga* 3-8 0-0 at Samford* 2-11 0-0 UNCG* 3-4 0-0 COFC* 1-4 0-0 WOFFORD* 0-6 0-0 at Ga. Southern* 7-13 0-0 vs. Furman 2-8 0-0 vs. Samford 10-14 0-0 at Char. Southern 2-8 0-0 vs. FAIRFIELD 0-4 0-0 vs. COFC 3-8 0-0 vs. MEMPHIS 6-13 1-2

Opponent

HARTFORD UMKC CREIGHTON SAINT LOUIS MARQUETTE at California at Nebraska TEXAS A&M at Oklahoma* IOWA STATE

2-3 7 2 6 8 1 1 14 2-4 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 DID NOT PLAY DID NOT PLAY DID NOT PLAY 0-1 0 3 3 2 0 0 7 4-8 5 3 3 4 0 4 12 2-2 2 4 1 3 0 2 4 0-0 2 2 1 10 0 1 0 0-0 2 5 1 1 0 2 1 0-0 1 0 2 4 1 3 8 4-4 3 3 4 3 4 3 18 0-0 5 2 1 3 0 1 2 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0-0 5 1 3 2 0 2 9 5-6 1 4 3 0 0 1 9 0-3 8 1 1 7 0 2 6 2-8 6 3 3 4 0 1 8 0-0 2 2 2 3 0 2 4 3-7 4 4 1 4 0 3 7 0-0 4 3 4 4 0 0 4 6-8 6 5 2 7 1 4 16 1-2 4 1 4 4 0 1 13 0-0 4 2 3 4 1 0 6 6-6 10 3 4 3 0 4 10 0-0 3 4 8 2 1 0 6 1-2 11 0 4 4 0 1 3 0-0 1 5 4 3 0 1 0 5-6 2 3 5 2 1 3 19 3-6 10 3 7 2 0 1 7 1-3 5 4 2 5 1 2 21 0-0 5 4 3 5 0 2 4 1-2 5 2 5 4 0 1 1 2-2 6 2 3 6 0 0 8 2-3 2 3 2 3 0 3 15

(FreshmanYear Game-by-Game Stats• 2007-08• Kansas) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts. 1-1 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-6 2-5

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1

0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 2

1 0 1 0 1 3 0 2 5 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

4 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 10 5

Field Goal Percentage Career .1000............. vs. Hartford (11/11/07) Three-Point FG Career 1,4X......... . last vs Memphis (3/28/10) Three-Point FG Att. Career 3......................................vs Elon (1/2/10) Three-Point FG Pct. Career 1.000, 2X................. last vs GSU(12/2/09) Free Throws Career 6, 2X.......... .last at Samford (2/15/10) Free Throw Attempts Career 8, 3X..................... .last at Elon (2/6/10) Rebounds Career 11............................... vs CofC (2/22/10) Assists Career

8............................... .vs UNCG (2/20/10)

Blocks Career

4......................................vs Elon (1/2/10)

Steals Career

4, 3X.......... .last at Samford (2/15/10)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season Career Double-Figure Scoring 9 10 Double-Figure Rebounding 3 3 Double-Doubles 1 1 Led ASU in Scoring 2 2 Led ASU in Rebounding 3 3 20+ Point Games 1 1

WELDON WAS JUST ONE OF TWO GUARDS IN THE SOCON TO RECORD FOUR OR MORE BLOCKS IN A SINGLE GAME DURING THE 2009-10 SEASON

Weldon’s Career Statistics

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct 2007-08 10 0 62 6.2 9 17 .529 1 1 1.000 2009-10 32 18 858 26.8 96 247 .389 3 21 .143 Total 32 18 858 26.8 96 247 .389 3 21 .143 * total is ASU stats only

PLAYER PROFILES

21.........................vs. Samford (3/7/10)

FT 7 52 52

FTA 9 86 86

Pct .778 .605 .605

22

O-Reb D-Reb Reb. 1 3 4 46 86 132 46 86 132

Avg 0.4 4.1 4.1

PF 6 83 83

FO Ast TO 0 8 15 3 95 117 3 95 117

Blk 0 11 11

Stl 2 52 52

Pts 26 247 247

Avg 2.6 7.7 7.7


Williams’ Career Highs

SOPHOMORE • 2009-10

• Saw action in 34-of-35 games, missing one due to an ankle injury • Made 13 starts, starting the last six games of the season • Finished third on the team in rebounds, hauling in a total of 172 • Second on the squad in offensive rebounds, compiling 71 • Second on the team in blocked shots, swatting 50 shots (1.5 per game) • Ranked seventh in the SoCon in blocks, tenth in offensive rebounds and 19th in rebounds • Posted six games in double-figures scoring • Recorded her first career double-double against Davidson (Jan. 23), scoring 11 points and grab- bing 11 boards • Repeated double-double performance the next game at Wofford ( Jan. 30), posting 10 points and hauling in 11 rebounds • Registered a career-high eight blocks against Davidson (Jan. 23) • The eight blocks against the Wildcats tied team- mate Anna Freeman’s single-game block record • Poured in a season-best 14 points in ASU’s seven- point loss to No. 20 Pittsburgh

FRESHMAN • 2008-09

• Played in 28 games, making 10 starts • Scored in double-figures twice, with a career- high 17 points coming against Elon (Feb. 9) and scoring 10 points at College of Charleston • Hauled in a career-high 14 rebounds against Alabama A&M • Recorded seven blocks against Alabama A&M, tying the single game school record for blocks • Led ASU in scoring once and rebounding twice • Finished first on the team in field goal percent- age 48-91) .527 • Placed third on the team in blocked shots with15

HIGH SCHOOL

• Named her team’s most valuable player and was the Female Athlete of the Year under head coach Mark Smith • Was the MVP at the YBOA Nationals • Averaged 14.0 points, 7.8 rebounds and 4.0 steals per game as a senior

PERSONAL

• Full name is Catherine Sharnise Williams • Born August 21, 1990 • Daughter of Kimberly Patrick • Majoring in criminal justice

WILLIAMS TIED ASU’S SINGLE-GAME BLOCK RECORD WITH HER EIGHT AGAINST DAVIDSON

Year GP GS Min 2008-09 28 10 419 2009-10 34 13 660 Total 62 23 1079

Points Career

17................................. vs Elon (2/9/09)

Field Goals Career 8......................................vs Elon (2/9/09) Field Goal Attempts Career 12...................................vs Elon (2/9/09) Field Goal Percentage Career 1.000... 8X last at Samford (2/15/10) Opponent

(SophomoreYear Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

at Marshall 4-6 0-0 CHARLOTTE 2-5 0-0 at Gardner-Webb 3-9 0-0 at Pittsburgh 4-11 0-0 vs. Miami (Ohio) 2-4 0-0 GA. SOUTHERN* at Davidson* 3-3 0-0 E. TENNESSEE STATE 1-2 0-0 FURMAN* 4-6 0-0 at Bowling Green 1-1 0-0 GEORGE MASON 4-7 0-0 ELON* 2-3 0-0 at Western Carolina* 0-2 0-0 RICHMOND 1-2 0-0 CHATTANOOGA* 3-3 0-0 SAMFORD* 4-6 0-0 at UNCG* 1-2 0-0 at CofC* 4-8 0-0 DAVIDSON* 4-5 0-0 at Wofford* 3-8 0-0 at Furman* 3-6 0-0 at Elon* 2-5 0-0 WESTERN CAROLINA* 2-5 0-0 at Chattanooga* 1-4 0-0 at Samford* 1-1 0-0 UNCG* 0-1 0-0 COFC* 3-5 0-0 WOFFORD* 1-7 0-0 at Ga. Southern* 1-3 0-0 vs. Furman 2-3 0-0 vs. Samford 3-7 0-0 at Char. Southern 2-3 0-0 vs. FAIRFIELD 3-10 0-0 vs. COFC 3-4 0-0 vs. MEMPHIS 1-3 0-0

Opponent

MARSHALL at East Carolina at Wake Forest ALABAMA A&M at ETSU at Ga. Southern at Furman* at George Mason W. CAROLINA* at Elon* C OF C* UNCG* at Samford* at Chattanooga* at Davidson* GARDNER-WEBB FURMAN* at Wofford* at W. Carolina* ELON* WOFFORD* SAMFORD* CHATTANOOGA* at C of C* at UNCG* GA. SOUTHERN* Furman Chattanooga

1-2 8 3 0 4 4 0 9 2-2 8 3 0 5 0 1 6 1-4 5 4 2 6 4 0 7 6-8 4 4 3 3 1 2 14 9-12 6 4 0 6 0 0 13 DID NOT PLAY 0-0 0 2 2 3 1 0 6 2-2 4 2 2 4 1 1 4 3-7 9 5 3 4 1 6 11 0-0 3 3 1 3 0 0 2 0-0 3 3 2 4 2 3 8 1-3 8 3 2 5 4 1 5 2-2 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1-4 3 3 2 5 0 2 3 0-0 1 2 0 1 0 0 6 0-0 4 4 0 2 1 2 8 0-0 5 3 1 2 0 0 2 2-4 8 1 0 1 1 0 10 3-4 11 3 0 3 8 1 11 4-6 11 4 0 4 2 2 10 0-1 1 1 0 2 3 2 6 0-2 4 5 1 2 2 3 4 0-0 5 2 1 3 1 1 4 0-0 1 2 0 2 0 4 2 1-2 4 4 1 2 0 1 3 0-0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1-2 2 3 1 1 0 0 7 0-0 2 4 0 1 2 0 2 0-2 1 3 2 2 0 1 2 0-0 5 1 2 2 4 0 4 0-0 11 2 1 2 1 1 6 3-6 9 2 1 2 5 2 7 3-4 10 1 2 2 0 2 9 2-8 9 2 1 3 0 0 8 1-2 4 4 0 1 1 1 3

(FreshmanYear Game-by-Game Stats • 2008-09) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA 15.0 48 91 .527 0 0 19.4 78 160 .488 0 0 17.4 126 251 .502 0 0

2-2 0-0 0-1 2-3 3-6 2-5 1-2 2-7 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-2 3-5 3-7 1-1 4-6 1-1 3-5 0-1 8-12 0-1 1-2 0-2 5-7 1-3 1-2 4-4 1-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

1 3 3 2 5 1 14 4 7 0 3 2 3 1 5 5 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 4 2 5 1 3 0 2 7 3 6 5 1 0 7 4 1 4 6 4 3 3 6 3 2 1 3 2 4 2 2 2

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

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

Williams’ Career Statistics Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 22 48 70

FTA 51 89 140

Pct .431 .539 .500

23

0 0 0 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

O-Reb D-Reb Reb. 30 66 96 71 101 172 101 167 268

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

4 0 1 7 6 4 3 4 2 0 2 0 6 7 2 8 4 6 0 17 1 2 0 10 5 5 8 4

Avg PF 3.4 69 5.1 92 4.3 161

Three-Point FG Career N/A Three-Point FG Att. Career N/A Three-Point FG Pct. Career N/A Free Throws Career 9............... vs Miami (Ohio) (11/28/09) Free Throw Attempts Career 12............ vs Miami (Ohio) (11/28/09) Rebounds Career 14........ vs. Alabama A&M (11/24/08) Assists Career

3, 3X................. vs Furman (12/21/09)

Blocks Career

8........................ .vs Davidson (1/23/10)

Steals Career

6......................... vs Furman (12/21/09)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season Career Double-Figure Scoring 6 8 Double-Figure Rebounding 4 5 Double-Doubles 2 2 Led ASU in Scoring 0 1 Led ASU in Rebounding 8 9 20+ Point Games 0 0

FO Ast TO 3 20 65 2 33 94 5 53 159

Blk 15 50 65

Stl 23 40 63

Pts 118 204 322

Avg 4.2 6.0 5.2


FRESHMAN • 2009-10

DEWART’S CAREER HIGHS

• Played in all 35 games, making 31 starts • Led ASU in scoring (519 points) and scoring average (14.8 ppg) • Led the team in field goal percentage shooting a stout 53.0 percent • Ranked second in the conference and 25th in NCAA Division I in field-goal percentage • Ranked second on the team in rebounds, averag- ing 5.8 boards per game • Ranked second in the SoCon in field goal percentage, fourth in scoring, eighth in blocks, 11th in rebounds, 13th in offensive rebounds and 14th in defensive boards • Scored in double-figures in 29 contests • Led Appalachian in scoring 17 times • Had eight games scoring 20-plus points • Paced ASU in rebounding five times • For her efforts against ETSU (scoring 30 points and hauling in 14 boards ) and Furman (scoring 16 points and grabbing six rebounds), named SoCon Player of the Week on December 22 • Tallied a career-high 34 points against Bowling Green (Dec. 23) • The 34 points are the 10th most in a single game in ASU program history • Named to the SoCon coaches all-freshman team • Earned second team all-conference honors from the SoCon Sports Media Association • Averaged 18.5 points and 8.0 rebounds per game in the Women’s Basketball Invitational en route to being named the WBI Most Outstanding Player

HIGH SCHOOL

• Four-year letter winner in basketball • Earned all-State honors her senior year • Top-five player in South Carolina • McDonald’s all-America nominee • Named to the Adidas top-64 players lists her sophomore, junior and senior years • Spartanburg Herald Journal Player of the Year • Three-time Herald Journal Player of the Week • Five-time Dorman athlete of the week • North Carolina vs. South Carolina all-star game nominee • Named to South Carolina state tournament alltournament team and all-region as a junior • Named squad’s best offensive player her junior year • Led team in scoring, rebounding and blocks her junior and senior season • AAU team (South Carolina 76er’s) finished third in the nation in 2008

Points Career

34........ at Bowling Green (12/23/09)

Field Goals Career 15........ at Bowling Green (12/23/09) Field Goal Attempts Career 22........ at Bowling Green (12/23/09) Field Goal Percentage Career 1.000 (4-4)........... at Furman (2/1/10) Opponent

(Freshman Year Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

at Marshall CHARLOTTE at Gardner-Webb at Pittsburgh vs. Miami (Ohio) GA. SOUTHERN* at Davidson* E. TENNESSEE STATE FURMAN* at Bowling Green GEORGE MASON ELON* at Western Carolina* RICHMOND CHATTANOOGA* SAMFORD* at UNCG* at CofC* DAVIDSON* at Wofford* at Furman* at Elon* WESTERN CAROLINA* at Chattanooga* at Samford* UNCG* COFC* WOFFORD* at Ga. Southern* vs. Furman vs. Samford at Char. Southern vs. FAIRFIELD vs. COFC vs. MEMPHIS

3-4 2-9 4-6 7-12 7-13 5-9 8-14 12-20 6-18 15-22 5-10 5-9 9-17 7-14 6-12 4-9 8-11 5-9 1-7 4-13 4-4 6-9 8-12 8-14 2-7 5-10 5-12 6-13 8-11 6-14 3-7 7-8 5-11 9-18 7-12

1-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 1-2 1-1 0-2 0-2 1-3 1-3 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 3-5 3-6

1-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 2-6 4-10 0-2 5-8 4-5 3-4 2-2 2-2 3-5 0-0 1-1 3-6 6-8 0-0 3-4 1-6 1-1 0-0 9-9 0-2 2-2 1-2 1-3 3-4 4-4 0-1 0-0 4-4 0-0 4-4 4-5

0 5 1 9 14 10 5 14 6 7 2 7 13 4 3 4 8 1 2 2 1 3 6 8 6 2 4 7 6 6 4 8 9 6 9

3 3 5 2 4 5 4 2 3 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 4 4 5 3 3 2 3 2 3 5 4 4 5 3 4 2

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

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

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

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

PERSONAL

• Full name is Ashlen Laine Dewart • Daughter of Jay and Angie Dewart • Born March 28, 1991 • Father, Jay, played basketball at Limestone • Mother, Angie, played basketball and volleyball at Limestone • Both parents are in the Limestone Athletic Hall of Fame • Sister Bailey, plays for SoCon rival Chattanooga • Major is undecided

8 4 10 16 18 14 16 30 16 34 13 12 21 15 14 13 22 10 5 9 10 12 25 16 6 11 11 15 21 12 6 18 10 25 21

Three-Point FG Career 3, 2X........ last vs Memphis (3/28/10) Three-Point FG Att. Career 6........................ vs Memphis (3/28/10) Three-Point FG Pct. Career 1.000, 4X...... last at Furman (2/1/10) Free Throws Career 9........... vs Western Carolina (2/8/10) Free Throw Attempts Career 10.... vs Georgia Southern (12/2/09) Rebounds Career.. 14, 2X................. last vs ETSU (12/17/09) Assists Career 4.........................vs Furman (12/21/09) Blocks Career

4, 3X...... last vs W. Carolina (1/4/10)

Steals Career

3, 2X..................last vs CofC (3/25/10)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season Career Double-Figure Scoring 29 29 Double-Figure Rebounding4 4 Double-Doubles 4 4 Led ASU in Scoring 17 17 Led ASU in Rebounding 5 5 20+ Point Games 8 8

dewart scored the second most points in the socon in 2009-10

Dewart’s Career Statistics Year

GP GS Min Avg

FG FGA

Pct

2009-10

35 31

Total

Pct

FT

FTA

Pct

Avg

PF FO Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

939 26.8 212 400

.530

19

51

.373

76

116

.655

66

136

202

5.8

119 5

50

111

47

27

519

14.8

35 31 939 26.8 212 400 .530

19

51

.373

76

116

.655

66

136

202

5.8

119 5

50

111

47

27

519

14.8

PLAYER PROFILES

3FG 3FGA

24

O-Reb D-Reb Reb.


FRESHMAN • 2009-10

A. Freeman’s Career Highs

• Started all 35 games • Led the Mountaineers in blocks, totaling 92 on the season (2.6 bpg) • Also led the team in rebounds, grabbing 293 (8.4 rpg) and steals (2.0 spg) • Second on the team in three-point field goals made (38), free-throw percentage (.750) and assists (96) • Averaged 10.5 points per game, good enough for third on the squad • Led the SoCon in blocks and defensive rebounds • Ranked second in the conference in rebounding, fourth in steals, ninth in assists, 11th in offensive rebounds, 12th in three point field goal percent- age, 13th in field goal percentage and 19th in scoring • Scored in double-figures in 22 games • Hauled in double-figure rebounds in 10 contests • Recorded seven double-doubles on the season • Paced ASU in rebounding 20 times and scoring on four occasions • Had most complete game against Miami (Ohio) when she hauled in 19 rebounds, scored 18 points, had seven blocks and tallied five assists and five steals • For her efforts against No. 20 Pittsburgh and Miami (Ohio) was named to the Pittsburgh Thanksgiving Tournament all-tournament team • Tied with teammate (Catherine) Williams as the single-game record holder in blocks, having a career-best eight swats against Bowling Green (Dec. 23) • Poured in career-high 21 points in ASU’s first- ever win over Samford • Named to the SoCon coaches all-freshman team • Named second-team all-SoCon by the SoCon Sports Media Association • Picked up second-team all-SoCon Tournament honors • Named to the WBI all-tournament team • Totaled 92 blocks on the season to become ASU’s single-season blocks record holder • Ranked 16th in NCAA Division I in blocks per game

Points Career

21....................... at Samford (2/15/10)

Field Goals Career 8...............vs Miami (Ohio) (11/28/09) Field Goal Attempts Career 15........................... vs. UNCG (2/20/10) Field Goal Percentage Career 1.000....................... vs. CofC (3/25/10) Opponent

(Freshman Year Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

at Marshall CHARLOTTE at Gardner-Webb at Pittsburgh vs. Miami (Ohio) GA. SOUTHERN* at Davidson* E. TENNESSEE STATE FURMAN* at Bowling Green GEORGE MASON ELON* at Western Carolina* RICHMOND CHATTANOOGA* SAMFORD* at UNCG* at CofC* DAVIDSON* at Wofford* at Furman* at Elon* WESTERN CAROLINA* at Chattanooga* at Samford* UNCG* COFC* WOFFORD* at Ga. Southern* vs. Furman vs. Samford at Char. Southern vs. FAIRFIELD vs. COFC vs. MEMPHIS

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

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

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

8 9 3 10 19 6 9 4 8 10 10 9 5 7 6 7 10 11 8 14 7 8 3 14 8 12 5 6 5 10 6 9 9 9 9

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

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

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

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

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

2 7 8 4 18 13 8 10 10 13 10 10 8 11 10 9 6 18 14 11 14 3 0 4 21 18 10 14 9 14 12 7 12 17 13

HIGH SCHOOL

• Four-year letterwinner in basketball, softball and volleyball • Named all-conference four years and conference player of the year three years • Earned all-state honors in basketball • North Carolina prep player of the year her junior year • Two-year 2A state champion MVP • Was High Point Enterprise Player of the Year • Lexington Dispatch Player of the Year • Davidson County female Athlete of the Year

Three-Point FG Career 4, 3X............... last vs UNCG (2/20/10) Three-Point FG Att. Career 7.......................... at Samford (2/15/10) Three-Point FG Pct. Career 1.000.........................vs CofC (3/25/10) Free Throws Career 6, 3X........ last vs Memphis (3/28/10) Free Throw Attempts Career 9........................ vs Memphis (3/28/10) Rebounds Career 19........... vs Miami (Ohio) (11/28/09) Assists Career

8........................ vs Memphis (3/28/10)

Blocks Career

8........... at Bowling Green (12/23/09)

Steals Career

7........................ vs Memphis (3/28/10)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season Career Double-Figure Scoring 22 22 Double-Figure Rebounding 10 10 Double-Doubles 7 7 Led ASU in Scoring 4 4 Led ASU in Rebounding 20 20 20+ Point Games 1 1

PERSONAL

• Full name is Anna Gilliam Freeman • Daughter of Billy and Jane Freeman • Born August 15, 1990 • Father, Billy, was a four-year letterwinner in baseball at Elon • Sister, Katie, was a four-year letterwinner in basketball at Greensboro College • Plans on majoring in elementary education

freeman is the school record holder in single-game and single-season blocks

A. Freeman’s Career Statistics Year

GP GS Min Avg

FG FGA

Pct

3FG 3FGA

Pct

FT

FTA

Pct

Avg

PF FO Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

2009-10

35 35 1080 30.9 135 303

.446

38

107

.355

60

80

.750

73

220

293

8.4

127 11

96

92

92

71

368

10.5

Total

35 35 1080 30.9 135 303 .446

38

107

.355

60

80

.750

73

220

293

8.4

127 11

96

92

92

71

368

10.5

25

O-Reb D-Reb Reb.


C. Freeman’s Career Highs

FRESHMAN • 2009-10

Points Career

• Played in all 35 games, making 16 starts • Ranked fourth on the team in rebounds with 157 • Averaged 4.5 rebounds per game • Ranked 14th in the SoCon in offensive rebounds, hauling in an average of 1.9 per game • Posted six contests in double-figure scoring • Had one game where she grabbed double-digit boards • Scored a career-high 20 points against Elon (Jan. 2) • Recorded lone double-double at Elon (Feb. 6), grabbing 13 rebounds and scoring 11 points • Scored at least four points in 30 of 35 games • Dished out a career-best four assists two times

HIGH SCHOOL

• Four-year letter winner in basketball • Earned all-State honors as a freshman, sopho- more, junior and senior • Athens Banner Herald all-Northeast Georgia her freshman, sophomore and junior years • Athens Banner Herald Player of the Year her senior year • McDonald’s all-American nominee • Team captain and team MVP • Scored 1,000th career point as a sophomore, finished high school career with 2,414 points • Second on school’s all-time career scoring list • Capped off career with 1, 043 career rebounds • Earned Georgia Athletic Coaches Association honors • North team all-star player • Two-year 4A Region Eight champion MVP (2007, 2009) • Led team to four state tournament appearances, advancing to the Final Four in 2008, and making sweet 16 appearances in 2007 and 2009 • Picked up Georgia Sports Writers honors all four years of high school

PERSONAL

• Full name is Courtney Brion Freeman • Daughter of Stanley and Sonja Freeman • Has one sister, Kayla, who is a senior in high school • Kayla committed to play basketball at SoCon rival Chattanooga • Was class valedictorian at Madison County High School • Born December 4, 1990 • Majoring in healthcare management and minor- ing in business

20..................................vs Elon (1/2/10)

Field Goals Career 9.................................... vs Elon (1/2/10) Field Goal Attempts Career 17.................................. at Elon (2/6/10) Field Goal Percentage Career 1.000 (3-3)..... vs Memphis (3/28/10) Opponent

(Freshman Year Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

at Marshall CHARLOTTE at Gardner-Webb at Pittsburgh vs. Miami (Ohio) GA. SOUTHERN* at Davidson* E. TENNESSEE STATE FURMAN* at Bowling Green GEORGE MASON ELON* at Western Carolina* RICHMOND CHATTANOOGA* SAMFORD* at UNCG* at CofC* DAVIDSON* at Wofford* at Furman* at Elon* WESTERN CAROLINA* at Chattanooga* at Samford* UNCG* COFC* WOFFORD* at Ga. Southern* vs. Furman! vs. Samford! at Char. Southern^ vs. FAIRFIELD^ vs. COFC^ vs. MEMPHIS^

3-5 3-6 6-10 4-10 3-11 4-13 2-8 5-10 2-5 0-5 3-7 9-15 2-8 3-8 0-3 2-6 3-4 3-8 5-11 2-7 2-4 4-17 0-0 3-4 0-1 2-4 1-3 0-0 2-4 4-10 2-8 1-2 2-5 2-6 3-3

0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

7 7 5 4 3 9 9 5 1 4 9 7 4 2 1 6 1 5 7 5 1 13 0 3 0 5 5 3 2 5 2 3 6 7 1

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

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

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

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

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

7 10 12 9 8 9 5 13 4 0 9 20 7 6 0 7 6 7 12 4 4 11 0 6 0 5 2 0 4 9 4 4 5 5 6

Three-Point FG Career 1...................... vs Charlotte (11/20/09) Three-Point FG Att. Career 1...................... vs Charlotte (11/20/09) Three-Point FG Pct. Career 1.000............. vs Charlotte (11/20/09) Free Throws Career 3, 6X..................... last at Elon (2/6/10) Free Throw Attempts Career 7............... vs Miami (Ohio) (11/28/09) Rebounds Career 13.................................. at Elon (2/6/10) Assists Career

4, 2X............... last vs UNCG (2/20/10)

Blocks Career

2................................. at CofC (1/18/10)

Steals Career

4, 2X.................. last at CofC (1/18/10)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season Career Double-Figure Scoring 6 6 Double-Figure Rebounding 1 1 Double-Doubles 1 1 Led ASU in Scoring 2 2 Led ASU in Rebounding 3 3 20+ Point Games 1 1

freeman was named to the socon academic honor roll

C. Freeman’s Career Statistics Year

GP GS Min Avg

FG FGA

Pct

Pct

FT

FTA

Pct

Avg

PF FO Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

2009-10

35 16

92 231

.398

1

1

1.000

35

64

.547

65

92

157

4.5

73

3

38

66

5

30

220

6.3

Total

35 16 830 23.7 92 231 .398

1

1

1.000

35

64

.547

65

92

157

4.5

73 3

38

66

5

30

220

6.3

830 23.7

PLAYER PROFILES

3FG 3FGA

26

O-Reb D-Reb Reb.

Avg


Sharkey’s Career Highs

FRESHMAN • 2009-10

Points Career

• Played in all 35 games, making 14 starts • Had her best game of the season at Elon (Feb. 6) scoring a career-high 12 points while grabbing a career-best 13 rebounds • Her performance against the Phoenix marked her lone double-double of the season • She chipped in at least one point in 26 contests • Paced ASU in rebounding in two games (at Elon and vs. Western Carolina) • Dished out a career-high five assists in the Apps ‘ win over ETSU • Recorded four steals twice- at Furman (Feb. 1) and vs. UNCG (Feb. 20) • Had a key steal and hit the enusing layup to ensure the Mountaineers’ win at Furman (Feb. 1) • Named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll

HIGH SCHOOL

• Four-year letterwinner in basketball • Named to the Girls Greater Cincinnati League • All-city honorable mention • Earned the coaches award and was a scholar athlete

PERSONAL

• Full name is Kelsey Marie Sharkey • Daughter of Anne M. Ernst • Born December 30, 1990 • Mom, Anne, played on Xavier’s first basketball and volleyball’s intercollegiate squads • Majoring in electronic media broadcasting

sharkey has the highest gpa of all her returning teammates (3.72)

12.................................. at Elon (2/6/10)

Field Goals Career 6..................................... .at Elon (2/6/10) Field Goal Attempts Career 15.................................. .at Elon (2/6/10) Field Goal Percentage Career 1.000 (2-2)..........at Wofford (1/30/10) Opponent

(Freshman Year Game-by-Game Stats• 2009-10) FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA R PF A TO BLK STL Pts.

at Marshall CHARLOTTE at Gardner-Webb at Pittsburgh vs. Miami (Ohio) GA. SOUTHERN* at Davidson* E. TENNESSEE STATE FURMAN* at Bowling Green GEORGE MASON ELON* at Western Carolina* RICHMOND CHATTANOOGA* SAMFORD* at UNCG* at CofC* DAVIDSON* at Wofford* at Furman* at Elon* WESTERN CAROLINA* at Chattanooga* at Samford* UNCG* COFC* WOFFORD* at Ga. Southern* vs. Furman! vs. Samford! at Char. Southern^ vs. FAIRFIELD^ vs. COFC^ vs. MEMPHIS^

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

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

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

2 3 4 3 2 8 2 5 5 2 4 7 2 5 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 13 7 5 5 5 5 3 4 1 2 2 4 1 2

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

2 2 2 0 0 1 0 5 0 1 3 2 1 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 3 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

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

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

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

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

Three-Point FG Career 2.............................. .vs ETSU (12/17/09) Three-Point FG Att. Career 4, 4X........last vs Ga. Mason (12/30/09) Three-Point FG Pct. Career 1.000.. at Bowling Green (12/23/09) Free Throws Career 4........... at Gardner-Webb (11/24/09) Free Throw Attempts Career 6........... .at Gardner-Webb (11/24/09) Rebounds Career 13.................................. .at Elon (2/6/10) Assists Career

5.............................. .vs ETSU (12/17/09)

Blocks Career

2, 2X........ last vs Memphis (3/28/10)

Steals Career

4, 2X................last vs UNCG (2/20/10)

Miscellaneous Stats Category Season Career Double-Figure Scoring 1 1 Double-Figure Rebounding 1 1 Double-Doubles 1 1 Led ASU in Scoring 0 0 Led ASU in Rebounding 2 2 20+ Point Games 0 0

Sharkey’s Career Statistics Year

GP GS Min Avg

FG FGA

Pct

Pct

FT

FTA

Pct

Avg

PF FO Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

2009-10

35 14

53 165

.321

10

44

.227

15

33

.455

42

83

125

3.6

66

2

45

72

11

32

131

3.7

Total

35 14 660 18.9 53 165 .321

10

44

.227

15

33

.455

42

83

125

3.6

66 2

45

72

11

32

131

3.7

660 18.9

3FG 3FGA

27

O-Reb D-Reb Reb.

Avg


Vincent on Barrios: “Jessica will give us depth at the point guard position. Her style of game will compliment Chakeitha Weldon’s very well and we are going to have a deadly one-two punch. Jessica not only sees the floor very well, but can stroke the three and will add a wonderful dimension to our playmaking opportunities.” HIGH SCHOOL

• Two-year letterwinner in basketball • Played under head coach Jacob Shaw at Miami Beach • Miami Dade all-star • Selected to the Miami Dade North all-star team • Picked up Miami Herald all-Dade first-team honors • Named Most Valuable Player at Miami Beach • Averaged 25.1 points, 8.1 steals and 5.7 assists per game • Compiled a school record 562 points during her senior season • Finished as Miami Beach’s all-time leading scorer and steals leader • Scored 45 points in a game on January 20, 2010 • Played AAU for Team Miami under head coach Sam Baumgarten

PERSONAL

• Daughter of Nastacha Kefalidis • Born on January 31, 1992 • Major is undecided

BELMONT ABBEY

• Transferred to ASU after spending one semester at Belmont Abbey • Saw action in one game with the Crusaders • Scored two points, two steals and dished out one assist in 10 minutes of action

HIGH SCHOOL

• Averaged 15.3 points per game her senior year at Cary High School • The 15.3 points per game average was the second highest in the Tri-8 conference • Reached the 1,000 point scoring mark • Named to the Tri-8 all-conference team • Earned first all-conference and academic all-conference honors her junior year • Nominated for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award

PERSONAL • Full name is Kelsey Mary Campbell • Daughter of Pam and Kirk Campbell • Born March 15, 1991 • Majoring in communications

PLAYER PROFILES

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Vincent on Kelly: “Ashleigh has a tremendous hunger for the basketball and her ability to attack the

ball off of the glass is amazing. She will be expected to defend the top players that we face and we have the confidence she will get the job done. Her natural ability makes her very difficult to contain and we are thrilled to add another strong, athletic player to our team.” MIAMI DADE JUNIOR COLLEGE

• Named second team (all-Southern Conference division) • Earned Florida Community College Activities Association Player of the Week honors for Jan. 19, 2010 • Third in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 8 rankings in rebounding a 11.8 rebounds per game • Third in the NJCAA Region 8 rankings in field goal percentage, shooting 52.5 percent • Tenth in the NJCAA national rankings in rebounds per game

HIGH SCHOOL

• Four-year letterwinner in basketball • Earned second team all-conference honors as a junior and senior • Named to the Broward County all-star team

PERSONAL

• Daughter of Vickki Smith-Kelly • Has three siblings, Anthony, 24, Jasmine, 21, and Vicktoria, 4 • Majoring in pyschology/human services • Brother, Anthony Kelly, and half-brother, Xavier Lee, played football at Florida State • Born on February 15, 1990

Vincent on Puello: “Frances is a get to the rim type of player. She has wonderful size for the small forward position and her experience coming out of a junior college will offer us much needed maturity and decision making. She will be a difficult matchup for many teams as she possesses the ability to take advantage of other team’s defenses and is very strong on the offensive front.” MIAMI DADE JUNIOR COLLEGE

• Named first team (all-Southern Conference) division her freshman year • Named (all-Southern Conference) division honorable mention her sophomore season • Was ninth in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 8 rankings in free-throw percentage, shooting 73.2 percent.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Member of the McDonalds High School championship team in Puerto Rico • Named the team’s best player • Selected as her high school’s athlete of the year in 2005, 2006 and 2007

PERSONAL

• Daughter of Lydia Camacho Ortiz • Has two brothers, Ivan and Adrian Puello • Is majoring in sociology • Brother, Adrian, is on the Puertorican national karate team • Hopes to continue her basketball career overseas after graduation • Born on January 12, 1990

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Vincent on Southworth: “Hillary has great size for the shooting guard position and offers flexibility of-

fensively, as she has the ability to get to the rim and score in a variety of ways. She was our early signee, so there is no question that we really believe in this young woman and have high expectations of her.” HIGH SCHOOL

• Two-year letterwinner in basketball • Was all-conference selection in basketball her sophomore and senior years • Only played two years of high school basketball due to injuries • Averaged 14.0 points per game, six assists and three blocks during her high school career • Played AAU under head coach Andre Gault for SMAC

PERSONAL

• Daughter of Michael and Martha Southworth • Has one sister, Rachel, 23 and one brother, Nicholas, 16 • Born on July 17, 1991

Vincent on Taylor: “Michelle will be adding the much needed perimeter shooting to our team. She is a

prolific shooter with a great amount of ability to score. We are impressed with her work ethic and desire to continue to get better daily. She really embodies the definition of a gym rat and we love her commitment to the game and to success.” HIGH SCHOOL

• Four-year letterwinner in basketball and track and field • Earned all-state honors as senior • Named MVP at the Academy of the Holy Names holiday tournament during the 2009-10 season • Named Hillsborough County MVP • Named first team all-county in 2009-10 • Named the Dottie McGahagin Most Outstanding Hillsborough County girls basketball player for the 2009-10 campaign • Earned team’s hustle award and best defensive award as voted on by her teammates • As a senior, averaged 15.8 points, 5.8 steals, and 4.1 assists per game • Totaled 1,486 points in her career at Plant

PERSONAL

• Daughter of Thomas and Iva Taylor • Has one brother, Alex (21) and one sister, Olivia (10) • Plans on majoring in marketing and minoring in business • Enjoys painting and playing the guitar • Born on December 7, 1991

PLAYER PROFILES

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chattanooga

coll. of charleston

JAN. 16 • BOONE, N.C.

JAN. 5 • BOONE, N.C.

NOV. 13 • FARMVILLE, VA.

holmes center • 7 p.m.

holmes center • 7 p.m.

WILLETT HALL • 3 P.M.

FEB. 14 • CHATTANOOGA, TENN.

Feb. 5 • CHARLESTON, S.C.

mckenzie arena • 7 p.m.

CAROLINA FIRST ARENA • 1 P.M.

campbell

University Information

Location...........................................Buies Creek, N.C. Founded.................................................................1887 Enrollment............................................................6,834 Nickname................................................Lady Camels Colors..............................................Orange and Black Conference..............................................Atlantic Sun President.................................... Dr. Jerry M. Wallace Athletic Director.............................Stan Williamson SWA..................................................Malinda Ashcraft Arena.....................John W. Pope Jr., Convo Center Capacity.................................................................3,095 Press Row Phone............................... 910-814-5541

Coaching Information

Head Coach...................................... Wanda Watkins Alma Mater.......................................Campbell, 1979 Record at CU.........................447-361, 30th Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Associate Head Coach.......................... Mary Weiss Asst. Coaches.Megan Hall and Marlena Murphy WBB Office Phone............................. 910-893-1347

Team Information

2009-10 Record.................................................. 14-16 2009-10 A-Sun Record/Finish.............. 9-11/t-4th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................12/3 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 4/1

Series Information

All-Time Series Record..................... ASU leads 9-7 Appalachian Streak................................................ W1 Last meeting (home team in bold). .......ASU 65, CU 45 ......................................................December 16, 2004

2010-11 OPPONENTS

University Information

Location.....................................Chattanooga, Tenn. Founded.................................................................1886 Enrollment......................................................... 10,526 Nickname....................................................Lady Mocs Colors.................... Navy Blue, Old Gold and Silver Conference................................................... Southern Chancellor....................................... Dr. Roger Brown Athletic Director...........................................Rick Hart SWA..........................................................Laura Herron Arena..................................................McKenzie Arena Capacity.............................................................. 10,966 Press Row Phone............................... 423-756-5476

Coaching Information

Head Coach.............................................. Wes Moore Alma Mater..................................... Tennessee, 1986 Record at UTC........................ 290-85, 13th Season Overall Record....................490-141, 22nd Season Asst. Coaches.............................Nikki Blassingame, .............................. Mike Murray and Katie Burrows WBB Office Phone............................. 423-425-4494

Team Information

2009-10 Record.....................................................24-9 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish................. 16-4/1st 2010 Postseason.....L, 70-63 vs. Oklahoma State ...............................First Round, NCAA Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 4/7 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 1/4

Series Information

All-Time Series Record.................UTC leads 23-48 Appalachian Streak................................................L26 Last meeting (home team in bold). .... UTC 59, ASU 56 .........................................................February 13, 2010

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University Information

Location.............................................Charleston, S.C. Founded.................................................................1770 Enrollment......................................................... 11,617 Nickname........................................................ Cougars Colors............................................Maroon and White Conference................................................... Southern President................................. Dr. P. George Benson Athletic Director.............................................Joe Hull SWA.....................................................Laura Lageman Arena...........................................Carolina First Arena Capacity.................................................................5,100 Press Row Phone............................... 843-953-6554

Coaching Information

Head Coach..........................................Nancy Wilson Alma Mater...............................................Coker, 1973 Record at CofC.....................294-173, 17th Season Overall Record.....................525-322, 29th Season Associate Head Coach...................Temple Elmore Asst. Coaches..........Kaye Waldrep and Josh Keys WBB Office Phone............................. 843-953-6536

Team Information

2009-10 Record.................................................. 21-12 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish.................13-7/4th 2010 Postseason.L, 77-58 vs. Appalachian State ........ Semifinals Women’s Basketball Invitational Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 7/8 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 1/4

Series Information

All-Time Series Record................ ASU leads 16-15 Appalachian Streak................................................ W3 Last meeting (home team in bold). ...ASU 77, CofC 58 ................................March 25, 2010 (WBI Semifinals)


davidson

east tennessee state

elon NOV. 29 • BOONE, N.C.

JAN. 19 • davidson, N.C. belk arena• 7 p.m.

NOV. 19 • johnson city, tenn.

HOLMES CENTER • 7 p.m.

FEB. 2 • boone, n.c.

memorial CENTER • 7 P.M.

JAN. 24 • ELON, N.C. ALUMNI GYM • 7 p.m.

holmes center • 7 p.m.

University Information

Location...............................................Davidson, N.C. Founded.................................................................1837 Enrollment............................................................1,800 Nickname........................................................Wildcats Colors.....................................................Red and Black Conference................................................... Southern President........................................................Tom Ross Athletic Director..................................... Jim Murphy SWA............................................................ Katy McNay Arena............................................John M. Belk Arena Capacity.................................................................5,700 Press Row Phone..............................704-892--3324

Coaching Information

Head Coach......................................Michele Savage Alma Mater.............................. Northwestern, 1993 Record at DC...........................................First Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches............ Mary Cluk, Jamie Thomatis ............................................................ and Kira Mowen WBB Office Phone............................. 704-894-2372

Team Information

2009-10 Record.................................................. 14-15 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish.................12-8/6th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 2/3

Series Information

All-Time Series Record................ ASU leads 21-17 Appalachian Streak................................................ W3 Last meeting (home team in bold). ....... ASU 72, DC 61 ........................................................... January 23, 2010

University Information

Location..................................... Johnson City, Tenn. Founded.................................................................1911 Enrollment......................................................... 14,677 Nickname.................................................... Lady Bucs Colors................................. Navy Blue and Old Gold Conference..............................................Atlantic Sun President................................ Dr. Paul E. Stanton, Jr. Athletic Director................................... Dave Mullins SWA..................................................Barbie Breedlove Arena................................................ Memorial Center Capacity.................................................................5,740 Press Row Phone............................... 423-439-5329

Coaching Information

Head Coach............................................ Karen Kemp Alma Mater............................... Berry College, 1985 Record at ETSU....................237-225, 17th Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Assoc. Head Coach.................. DeShawne Blocker Asst. Coaches............. Josh Wick and Kelvin Long WBB Office Phone............................. 423-439-5330

Team Information

University Information

Location.........................................................Elon, N.C. Founded.................................................................1889 Enrollment............................................................5,709 Nickname.........................................................Phoenix Colors..............................................Maroon and Gold Conference................................................... Southern President.....................................Dr. Leo M. Lambert Athletic Director.......................................Dave Blank SWA..........................................................Faith Shearer Arena.........................................................Alumni Gym Capacity.................................................................1,544 Press Row Phone............................... 336-278-6747

Coaching Information

Head Coach.......................................Karen Barefoot Alma Mater............... Christopher Newport, 1995 Record at EU.............................17-45, Third Season Overall Record.....................189-131, 14th Season Asst. Coaches....................................Marie Christian ............................ Rachel Stockdale and Ken Butler WBB Office Phone.........................................................

Team Information

2009-10 Record.....................................................23-9 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish................. 18-2/1st 2010 Postseason........................ L, 94-82 vs. Xavier ...............................First Round, NCAA Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 3/2

2009-10 Record.................................................. 12-19 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish.............. 6-14/10th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................12/3 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 3/2

Series Information

All-Time Series Record...................ASU leads 17-8 Appalachian Streak................................................ W2 Last meeting (home team in bold). ...........ASU 73, Elon 54 ............................................................February 6, 2010

All-Time Series Record................ ASU leads 39-31 Appalachian Streak................................................ W1 Last meeting (home team in bold). .. ASU 92, ETSU 87 ......................................................December 17, 2009

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Series Information


gardner-webb

furman DEC. 18 • GREENVILLE, S.C.

georgia southern jan. 10 • statesboro, ga.

TIMMONS ARENA • 2 p.m.

NOV. 22 • boone, n.c.

hanner fieldhouse • 7 p.m.

jan. 29 • boone, n.c.

holmes center • 7 p.m.

feb. 21 • boone, n.c.

holmes center• 2 p.m.

University Information

Location.............................................. Greenville, S.C. Founded.................................................................1826 Enrollment............................................................2,600 Nickname........................................................ Paladins Colors.............................................. Purple and White Conference................................................... Southern President.................................................... Rod Smolla Athletic Director..................................Dr. Gary Clark SWA............................................................Elaine Baker Arena.................................................. Timmons Arena Capacity.................................................................3,000 Press Row Phone............................... 864-294-3620

Coaching Information

Head Coach..........................................Jackie Carson Alma Mater.......................................... Furman, 2000 Record at FU............................................First Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches................................ Julia Huddleston .......................... LaCheryl Smith and Garry Horton WBB Office Phone............................. 864-294-2055

Team Information

2009-10 Record.....................................................7-24 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish.............. 4-16/10th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 4/7 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 3/2

holmes center• 7 p.m.

University Information

Location....................................Boiling Springs, N.C. Founded.................................................................1905 Enrollment............................................................4,300 Nickname....................................... Runnin’ Bulldogs Colors.....................................................Red and Black Conference.................................................. Big South President.....................................Dr. A. Frank Bonner Athletic Director....................................Chuck Burch SWA..........................................................Pam Scruggs Arena...............................................Paul Porter Arena Capacity.................................................................3,500 Press Row Phone............................... 704-406-4349

Coaching Information

Head Coach..............................................Rick Reeves Alma Mater................................Indiana State, 1981 Record at GWU..................89-86, Seventh Season Overall Record......................362-327, 21st Season Associate Head Coach....... Krystal Reeves-Evans Asst. Coaches.. Brooke Wilkinson, LaToya Carter WBB Office Phone............................. 704-406-4348

Team Information

2010-11 OPPONENTS

Coaching Information

Head Coach.............................................. Rusty Cram Alma Mater.............................Louisiana Tech, 1985 Record at GSU......................219-190, 15th Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches............................ Regina Days-Bryan ........................................Mary Perry and Amy Krach WBB Office Phone............................. 912-478-0568

Team Information

2009-10 Record.....................................................28-5 2009-10 Big South Record/Finish........... 15-1/1st 2010 Postseason.................. L, 74-60 vs. Charlotte ......................................................... First Round, WNIT Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 8/6 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 3/2

2009-10 Record.................................................. 19-12 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish.................13-7/5th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................10/6 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 2/3

Series Information

All-Time Series Record................ GSU leads 31-13 Appalachian Streak.................................................. L2 Last meeting (home team in bold). ....GSU 77, ASU 73 .........................................................February 27, 2010

Series Information

All-Time Series Record................ ASU leads 39-25 Appalachian Streak................................................ W2 Last meeting (home team in bold)..........ASU 71, FU 53 .March 6, 2010 (SoCon Tournament Quarterfinals)

University Information

Location..............................................Statesboro, Ga. Founded.................................................................1906 Enrollment......................................................... 19,086 Nickname............................................................Eagles Colors...................................................Blue and White Conference................................................... Southern President........................................ Dr. Brooks A. Keel Athletic Director........................................Sam Baker SWA...........................................................Cathy Beene Arena............................................Hanner Fieldhouse Capacity.................................................................4,358 Press Row Phone............................... 912-478-5289

All-Time Series Record....................GWU leads 3-0 Appalachian Streak.................................................. L3 Last meeting (home team in bold). ..GWU 70, ASU 58 ......................................................November 24, 2009

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lees-mcrae

marshall

maryland

OCT. 30 • BOONE, N.C.

NOV. 12 • FARMVILLE, VA.

DEC. 5 • college park, md.

HOLMES CENTER • 11 A.M.

WILLETT HALL • 5 p.m.

comcast center • 2 p.m.

University Information

Location.............................................Banner Elk, N.C. Founded.................................................................1900 Enrollment............................................................... 900 Nickname.............................................. Lady Bobcats Colors....................................Forest Green and Gold Conference........................... Conference Carolinas President.......................................... Dr. Barry Buxton Athletic Director................................. Craig McPhail SWA............................................................... Rita Smith Arena.......................................................Williams Gym Capacity..................................................................1200 Press Row Phone................................................... N/A

Coaching Information

Head Coach....................................... Sebastian Wild Alma Mater.............................................................. N/A Record at LMC............................ 33-78, 5th Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches.. Tasha Taylor and Nicole Jackson WBB Office Phone............................. 828-898-2482

Team Information

2009-10 Record.....................................................4-22 2009-10 Conf. Caro. Record/Finish...... 4-18/10th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost....................................... N/A

Series Information

All-Time Series Record..................... ASU leads 1-0 Appalachian Streak................................................ W1 Last meeting (home team in bold). .ASU 108, LMC 61 ................... November 8, 2009 (Exhibition Game)

University Information

Location........................................Huntington, W.Va. Founded.................................................................1837 Enrollment......................................................... 13,814 Nickname...................................... Thundering Herd Colors............................................... Green and White Conference..................................... Conference USA President....................................Dr. Stephen J. Kopp Athletic Director................................. Mike Hamrick SWA......................................Beatrice Crane Banford Arena................................... Cam Henderson Center Capacity.................................................................9,043 Press Row Phone............................... 304-696-3304

Coaching Information

Head Coach.................................... Royce Chadwick Alma Mater.................S.W. Oklahoma State, 1980 Record at MU.......................136-134, 10th Season Overall Record.....................536-266, 27th Season Associate Head Coach...................Roxanne White Asst. Coaches.Chad Killinger & Deidra Johnson WBB Office Phone............................. 304-696-5445

Team Information

2009-10 Record.................................................. 14-16 2009-10 C-USA Record/Finish..................6-10/9th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 6/6 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 2/3

Series Information

All-Time Series Record................ ASU leads 21-19 Appalachian Streak................................................ W1 Last meeting (home team in bold). ......ASU 63, MU 58 ......................................................November 13, 2009

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University Information

Location......................................... College Park, Md. Founded.................................................................1856 Enrollment......................................................... 37,000 Nickname..........................................Terrapins, Terps Colors............................ Red, White Black and Gold Conference.......................................... Atlantic Coast President............................................Dr. C.D. Mote Jr. Athletic Director............................. Kevin Anderson SWA....................................... Kathleen Worthington Arena..................................................Comcast Center Capacity.............................................................. 17,950 Press Row Phone............................... 301-314-8624

Coaching Information

Head Coach...........................................Brenda Frese Alma Mater...........................................Arizona, 1993 Record at UM....................... 197-73, Ninth Season Overall Record.....................254-103, 12th Season Asst. Coaches.........................................Tina Langley ...............................Marlin Chinn and David Adkins WBB Office Phone............................. 301-314-1747

Team Information

2009-10 Record.................................................. 21-13 2009-10 ACC Record/Finish........................5-9/9th 2010 Postseason.............. L, 77-64 vs. Providence ....................................................... Third Round, WNIT Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 8/2 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 4/1

Series Information

All-Time Series Record.......................UM leads 3-0 Appalachian Streak.................................................. L3 Last meeting (home team in bold). ...UM 118, ASU 59 ........................................................ December 1, 2005


richmond

samford

unc asheville

jan. 14 • bOONE, N.C. NOV. 17 • richmond, va.

HOLMES CENTER • 7 p.m.

dec. 2 • boone, n.c.

ROBINS CENTER • 7 P.M.

feb. 12 • bIRMINGHAM, ALA.

holmes CENTER • 7 P.M.

PETE HANNA CENTER • 3 P.M.

University Information

Location............................................... Richmond, Va. Founded.................................................................1830 Enrollment............................................................2,950 Nickname..........................................................Spiders Colors........................................Red, Blue and White Conference................................................ Atlantic 10 President..........................................................Ed Ayers Athletic Director..........................................Jim Miller SWA................................................. LaRee Pearl Sugg Arena......................................................Robins Center Capacity.................................................................9,071 Press Row Phone............................... 804-289-8806

Coaching Information

Head Coach....................................... Michael Shafer Alma Mater....................... William and Mary, 1994 Record at UR.............................84-74, Sixth Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches......................................... Ginny Doyle ............. Mike McGuire and Ebony Tanner-Moore WBB Office Phone............................. 804-289-8366

Team Information

University Information

Location..........................................Birmingham, Ala. Founded.................................................................1841 Enrollment............................................................4,500 Nickname....................................................... Bulldogs Colors...................................................... Red and Blue Conference................................................... Southern President...................... Dr. Andrew Westmoreland Athletic Director........................................ Bob Roller SWA...................................................Michelle Durban Arena............................................ Pete Hanna Center Capacity.................................................................5,000 Press Row Phone............................... 205-726-2377

Coaching Information

Head Coach............................................. Mike Morris Alma Mater...................................... Bellhaven, 1992 Record at SU.......................137-100, Ninth Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches........................................Andrea Ward ................ Katherine Katz and Megan Wilderotter WBB Office Phone............................. 205-726-2920

Team Information

University Information

Location................................................Asheville, N.C. Founded.................................................................1927 Enrollment............................................................3,500 Nickname....................................................... Bulldogs Colors.......................................Royal Blue and White Conference.................................................. Big South Chancellor....................................... Dr. Anne Ponder Athletic Director.......................................Janet Cone SWA........................................................... Julie Torbett Arena......................................................Justice Center Capacity.................................................................1,100 Press Row Phone................................................... N/A

Coaching Information

Head Coach.............................................. Betsy Blose Alma Mater........................... James Madison, 1984 Record at UNCA..................................................... N/A Overall Record........................................................ N/A Asst. Coaches.....................................Tiffany Gwynn ............................Curtis Metten and Lauren Powell WBB Office Phone............................. 828-251-6907

Team Information

2009-10 Record.................................................. 20-13 2009-10 A-10 Record/Finish.......................7-7/8th 2010 Postseason................... L, 69-55 vs. Syracuse ...................................................Second Round, WNIT Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 8/2 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 4/1

2009-10 Record.................................................. 23-11 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish............ 14-6/t-2nd 2010 Postseason.........L, 75-54 vs. Missouri State ...................................................Second Round, WNIT Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 7/2 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 3/2

2009-10 Record.....................................................8-22 2009-10 Big South Record/Finish....... 3-13/t-9th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost....................................... N/A

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series Record...................ASU leads 11-3 Appalachian Streak.................................................. L1 Last meeting (home team in bold). . UNCA 70, ASU 61 ......................................................December 18, 2003

All-Time Series Record........................ UR leads 3-2 Appalachian Streak.................................................. L3 Last meeting (home team in bold)........UR 78, ASU 56 ..............................................................January 6, 2010

2010-11 OPPONENTS

All-Time Series Record........................ SU leads 4-1 Appalachian Streak.................................................. L1 Last meeting (home team in bold)..........SU 66, ASU 55 ...... March 7, 2010 (SoCon Tournament Semifinals)

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uncg

wake forest

JAN. 22 • GREENSBORO, N.C.

western carolina DEC. 20 • boone, n.c.

FLEMING GYM • 2 p.m.

DEC. 29 • WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.

holmes center • 7 p.m.

FEB. 26 • BOONE, N.C.

LAWRENCE JOEL MEMORIAL COLISEUM 2 P.M.

jan. 31 • cullowhee, n.c.

holmes center• 5 p.m.

University Information

Location.......................................... Greensboro, N.C. Founded.................................................................1891 Enrollment......................................................... 18,502 Nickname....................................................... Spartans Colors......................................Gold, White and Navy Conference................................................... Southern Chancellor......................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Athletic Director......................................Kim Record SWA........................................................Cathy Roberts Arena....................................................... Fleming Gym Capacity.................................................................1,833 Press Row Phone............................... 336-334-5625

Coaching Information

ramsey regional activity center • Noon

University Information

Location................................... Winston-Salem, N.C. Founded.................................................................1834 Enrollment............................................................4,569 Nickname....................................... Demon Deacons Colors...........................................Old Gold and Black Conference.......................................... Atlantic Coast President................................... Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Athletic Director.................................. Ron Wellman SWA......................................................Barbara Walker Arena..............Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum Capacity............................................................. 14, 665 Press Row Phone............................... 336-727-2945

Coaching Information

University Information

Location.............................................Cullowhee, N.C. Founded.................................................................1889 Enrollment............................................................9,500 Nickname................................................ Catamounts Colors................................................ Purple and Gold Conference................................................... Southern Chancellor.....................................Dr. John W. Bardo Athletic Director.......................................Chip Smith SWA............................................... Dr. Jennifer Brown Arena.................Ramsey Regional Activity Center Capacity.................................................................7,826 Press Row Phone............................... 828-227-2129

Coaching Information

Head Coach............................................. Lynne Agee Alma Mater.................................... Longwood, 1971 Record at UNCG..................543-295, 30th Season Overall Record.....................589-318, 33rd Season Associate Head Coach...................... Carol Peschel Asst. Coaches......................ChoRhonda Gwaltney ..............................................................KaLeah Latham WBB Office Phone............................. 336-334-3002

Head Coach.........................................Mike Petersen Alma Mater..................Northwest Christian, 1984 Record at WFU...................90-92, Seventh Season Overall Record...............................................278-219, Associate Head Coach.....................Natasha Adair Asst. Coaches....Bob Clark and Candice Jackson WBB Office Phone............................. 336-758-5763

Team Information

2009-10 Record.................................................. 10-20 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish............. 6-14/t-7th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................11/4 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 3/2

2009-10 Record.................................................. 18-14 2009-10 ACC Record/Finish........................7-7/5th 2010 Postseason......................L, 73-49 vs. NC A&T ......................................................... First Round, WNIT Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................10/4 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 4/1

2009-10 Record.....................................................7-23 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish.................6-14/8th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 5/7 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 2/3

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series Record................ ASU leads 52-34 Appalachian Streak................................................ W2 Last meeting (home team in bold).....ASU 73, WCU 59 ............................................................February 8, 2010

All-Time Series Record.............UNCG leads 28-25 Appalachian Streak................................................ W2 Last meeting (home team in bold). ASU 67, UNCG 49 .........................................................February 20, 2010

Team Information

All-Time Series Record............... WFU leads 10-13 Appalachian Streak.................................................. L5 Last meeting (home team in bold)....WFU 68, ASU 35 ......................................................November 21, 2008

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Head Coach................................... Karen Middleton Alma Mater............................ South Carolina, 1991 Record at WCU...................... 7-23, Second Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches..................................Tre’ka McMillian ............................... Jonelle Streed and Hillary Beck WBB Office Phone............................. 828-227-7338

Team Information

Series Information


wofford jan. 8 • spartanburg, s.c.

2011

socon tournament

benjamin johnson arena • tba

mar. 3-7 • chattanooga, tenn.

feb. 19 • boone, n.c.

mckenzie arena

holmes CENTER • 2 P.M.

University Information

Location......................................... Spartanburg, S.C. Founded.................................................................1854 Enrollment............................................................1,400 Nickname.......................................................... Terriers Colors...........................................Old Gold and Black Conference................................................... Southern President.............................Dr. Benjamin B. Dunlap Athletic Director.......................Richard A. Johnson SWA..............................................................Terri Lewitt Arena................................Benjamin Johnson Arena Capacity.................................................................3,500 Press Row Phone............................... 864-597-4487

Coaching Information

Head Coach.................................Edgar I. Farmer, Jr. Alma Mater.............................North Carolina, 1994 Record at WC................... 47-127, Seventh Season Overall Record.....................................................Same Asst. Coaches....... Ed Geth and Michele DeVault WBB Office Phone............................. 864-597-4151

Thursday March 3

Game One: No. 7 vs. No. 10, TBA Game Two: No. 8 vs. No. 9, TBA Game Three: No. 6 vs. No. 11, TBA

Friday March 4

Game Four: No. 2 vs. No. 7/10, TBA Game Five: No. 1 vs. No. 8/9, TBA

Saturday March 5

Game Six: No. 4 vs. No. 5, TBA Game Seven: No. 3 vs. No. 6/11, TBA

Sunday March 6

Game 8/Game 9: Semifinals (SportSouth)

Monday March 7

Game 10: Finals (SportSouth)

Team Information

2009-10 Record.....................................................8-21 2009-10 SoCon Record/Finish.................6-14/7th 2010 Postseason.................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................10/4 Starters Returning/Lost........................................ 3/2

Series Information

All-Time Series Record...................ASU leads 20-8 Appalachian Streak................................................ W6 Last meeting (home team in bold). ......ASU 76, WC 62 .........................................................February 25, 2010

2010-11 OPPONENTS

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2010-11 OPPONENTS campbell (9-7) Most ASU Points: Most UC Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest CU Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest CU Win: Current Streak:

96 (12/2/95) 84 (12/15/92) 56 (11/22/02) 45 (12/16/04) 21 pts. (12/17/01) 20 pts. (12/20/99) ASU won one

Season Site W - L 1987-88 A W 1988-89 H W 1989-90 A W 1990-91 H L 1991-92 A L 1992-93 H W 1994-95 A W 1995-96 H W 1996-97 A L 1997-98 H L 1998-99 A W 1999-00 H L 2000-01 A L 2001-02 H W 2002-03 A L 2004-05 H W

ASU 84 75 69 73 66 90 76 96 59 59 72 63 65 86 56 65

CU 75 70 58 76 72 84 73 78 75 66 70 83 78 65 64 45

chattanooga (23-47) Most ASU Points: Most UTC Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest UTC Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest UTC Win: Current Streak:

104 (1/17/87) 96 (1/18/92) 38 (1/7/06) 53 (1970-71) 39 pts. (1/29/96) 42 pts. (1/27/01) UTC won 26

Season Site W - L 1970-71 W 1972-73 N W 1978-79 L 1979-80 L 1980-81 L 1981-82 H W 1982-83 A L H L 1983-84 H L A L 1984-85 A L H L 1985-86 H L H L

ASU UTC 59 53 64 55 82 94 71 88 65 89 75 74 57 86 70 72 77 86 55 93 54 78 81 89 75 80 79 86

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

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81 68 104 79 78 76 63 67 99 79 82 68 85 80 73 80 79 82 88 78 70 67 56 89 67 80 89 87 77 96 70 76 77 84 67 68 79 77 92 69 79 58 61 57 88 49 68 64 81 67 63 71 80 62 52 49 63 55 78 65 69 81 67 73 72 92 66 95 47 89 68 86 65 85 61 84 48 70 73 87 60 67 64 71 48 70 58 75 38 69 66 87 74 84 58 76 60 84 55 68 55 71 43 72 47 71 53 86 53 60 56 59

college of charleston (16-15) Most ASU Points: 88 (2/21/04) Most CofC Points: 87 (1978-79) Fewest ASU Points: 49 (12/14/07) Fewest CofC Points: 47 (1/27/07) Largest ASU Win: 28 pts. (2X, last 1/27/05) Largest CofC Win: 32 pts. (12/14/07) Current Streak: ASU won three Season Site W - L ASU 1974-75 N L 77 1978-79 L 77 1990-91 A W 80 1991-92 N W 82 H L 71 1998-99 A L 65 H W 78 1999-2000 H W 87 A W 73 2000-01 A W 84 H W 76 N W 69 2001-02 H L 73 A L 52 2002-03 H W 80 A L 60 2003-04 A L 59 H W 88 2004-05 H W 80 A L(OT) 67 2005-06 H W 76 A L 57 2006-07 A L 65 H W 69 2007-08 A L 49 H L 63 2008-09 H L 53 A L 55 2009-10 A W(OT) 66 H W 70 H W 77

CofC 79 87 68 54 83 75 59 64 54 70 68 55 83 80 69 65 75 69 52 72 62 65 73 47 81 72 64 57 63 54 58

DAVIDSON (23-17) Most ASU Points: Most DC Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest DC Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest DC Win: Current Streak:

87 (2/14/94) 95 (12/6/08) 51 (2/1/05) 38 (2/14/94) 49 pts. (2/14/94) 20 (12/6/08) ASU won three


Season Site W - L 1993-94 H W A W 1994-95 H W A W 1995-96 A W H W N W 1996-97 H L A L 1997-98 H W A L N L 1998-99 A L H L N W 1999-2000 H W A W 2000-01 A L H L 2001-02 H W A W N W 2002-03 A W (2OT) H W 2003-04 H W A L 2004-05 A L H L 2005-06 H W A W 2006-07 A L H W 2007-08 A L H L 2008-09 H L A W 2009-10 A W H W

ASU DC 87 38 79 59 79 63 82 69 76 57 86 64 83 68 58 60 84 88 75 69 63 74 63 79 66 81 69 78 78 69 73 66 73 54 63 71 62 80 72 58 89 87 64 63 78 75 63 53 81 80 50 69 54 68 51 59 84 59 74 68 62 75 69 47 65 80 66 67 75 95 77 57 68 59 72 61

east tennessee state (39-31) Most ASU Points: 101 (1/24/96) Most ETSU Points: 104 (11/21/06) Fewest ASU Points: 49 (2X, last 2/16/98) Fewest ETSU Points: 42 (1972-73) Largest ASU Win: 33 pts. (2/1/75) Largest ETSU Win: 41 pts. (1980-81) Current Streak: ASU won one Season Site W - L 1972-73 N W 1974-75 A W 1975-76 A W N W 1976-77 A L 1978-79 L W 1979-80 L

ASU 62 80 62 77 72 66 78 79

ETSU 42 47 53 48 73 80 62 91

L 1980-81 L L 1981-82 A L N W H W 1982-83 H L A L 1983-84 A L H L 1984-85 H W H L 1985-86 A W H L 1986-87 A W H W 1987-88 H W A W 1988-89 A W H W 1989-90 H W A W 1990-91 A W H W N W 1991-92 H W A W N L 1992-93 A W H L 1993-94 A L H W 1994-95 H W A L N L 1995-96 A W H W H W 1996-97 H W A W 1997-98 A L H L 1998-99 H L N W 1999-2000 A L H L 2000-01 H L A L 2001-02 A W H W 2002-03 H W A W 2003-04 A L H L 2004-05 H W A L 2005-06 H W 2006-07 A L 2007-08 H W 2008-09 A L 2009-10 H W

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66 59 59 49 62 70 46 55 63 54 73 64 77 81 83 93 91 83 92 72 69 81 71 89 98 88 99 74 77 91 84 93 71 86 69 101 83 92 92 79 58 49 79 77 67 80 78 74 87 77 79 76 64 69 51 69 85 87 73 68 92

80 91 100 70 61 61 67 91 84 76 54 86 68 100 69 76 71 71 69 60 67 70 57 70 87 78 97 96 75 94 92 70 67 93 79 92 73 75 61 65 78 56 89 73 84 85 101 81 79 74 76 65 65 74 47 74 73 104 70 72 87

elon (17-8) Most ASU Points: 91 (12/8/86) Most Elon Points: 82 (1980-81) Fewest ASU Points: 44 (2/6/73) Fewest Elon Points: 19 (1970-71) Largest ASU Win: 41 pts. (12/8/86) Largest Elon Win: 20 pts. (2/16/08) Current Streak: ASU won two Season Site W - L 1970-71 W 1971-72 W 1972-73 H L A L 1974-75 A W H L 1975-76 A W 1976-77 W 1980-81 L 1986-87 H W 2003-04 H L A L 2004-05 H W A W 2005-06 H W (OT) A W 2006-07 H W A W N W 2007-08 A W (OT) H L 2008-09 A W H L 2009-10 H W A W

ASU 55 53 59 44 82 58 86 87 69 91 75 68 76 52 66 61 63 63 64 58 52 63 55 85 73

Elon 19 20 61 55 60 65 60 76 82 50 79 75 50 35 63 53 52 61 50 56 72 59 73 66 54

FURMAN (39-25) Most ASU Points: Most FUR Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest FUR Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest FUR Win: Current Streak: Season Site 1971-72 1979-80 1980-81 1983-84 H 1984-85 A H N 1985-86 H A

104 (3/11/88) 100 (1/12/91) 47 (1/8/05) 33 (1980-81) 39 pts. (1980-81) 23 pts. (1/6/01) ASU won two

W - L W W W W W W W W W

ASU 57 89 72 74 82 91 86 92 87

FUR 50 66 33 52 65 58 68 70 73


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

83 79 90 88 76 104 88 76 104 84 99 56 83 94 83 85 84 88 73 81 73 73 81 73 70 68 71 96 94 57 59 52 64 73 69 65 51 61 57 82 69 73 66 62 47 68 60 58 72 69 63 60 66 77 63 56 58 71

64 56 76 73 81 77 73 81 77 66 82 53 74 90 100 82 77 98 78 85 92 70 78 77 72 83 63 64 59 72 71 67 59 52 90 63 74 74 71 78 71 63 77 74 63 73 67 44 62 60 73 55 75 64 60 73 53 53

GARDNER-WEBB (0-3) Most ASU Points: 65 (11/21/07) Most GWU Points: 77 (1/28/09) Fewest ASU Points: 58 (11/24/09) Fewest GWU Points: 67 (11/21/07) Largest ASU Win: N/A Largest GWU Win: 15 pts. (1/28/09) Current Streak: GWU won three Season Site W - 2007-08 A 2008-09 H 2009-10 A

L L L L

ASU 65 62 58

GWU 67 77 70

GEORGIA SOUTHERN (13-31) Most ASU Points: Most GSU Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest GSU Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest GSU Win: Current Streak:

102 (2/22/96) 97 (2/8/00) 52 (2/21/05) 56 (2/21/05) 37 pts. (1/27/96) 28 pts. (2/8/00) GSU won two

Season Site W - L ASU 1989-90 A W 91 1990-91 H L 85 1992-93 A L 77 H L 64 N L 56 1993-94 N W 82 H L 85 A W 79 1994-95 A W 75 H L 77 1995-96 H W 97 A W 102 1996-97 A W 95 H L 78 1997-98 H L 68 A L 67 1998-99 A L 80 H L 75 N W 86 1999-2000 H W 76 A L 69 2000-01 A L 66 H L 70 N L 72 2001-02 H L 75 A L 61 2002-03 A L 64 H L 67 N L (OT) 71 2003-04 A L 53 H L 62

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GSU 89 92 96 72 66 72 88 74 68 79 60 94 80 83 76 85 92 86 82 66 97 90 82 76 91 82 71 77 82 68 64

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

N L H L A L H W A W A W H L A L H L A L H W H L A L

58 64 52 78 78 85 61 58 63 69 68 68 73

65 68 56 75 73 68 68 72 79 53 59 73 77

marshall (21-19) Most ASU Points: Most MU Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest MU Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest MU Win: Current Streak:

109 (1/21/95) 91 (1/13/84) 46 (2/16/91) 56 (1/21/95) 54 pts. (1/21/95) 33 pts. (1/13/84) ASU won one

Season Site W - L 1980-81 W 1982-83 H W A L 1983-84 A L H L 1984-85 H L A L N L 1985-86 H L A L 1986-87 A W H L N W 1987-88 H W A W A W 1988-89 A L H W 1989-90 H W A L 1990-91 A L H L 1991-92 H W A L 1992-93 A L H W 1993-94 A W H W 1994-95 H W A L N W 1995-96 A W H W N W

ASU 61 71 65 58 60 67 88 62 66 55 66 59 68 63 77 72 72 66 85 67 56 46 78 67 61 80 67 79 109 59 90 81 85 77

MU 59 69 66 91 82 80 89 68 75 76 64 64 65 60 73 67 79 58 59 69 58 59 64 79 71 47 60 60 56 71 71 75 82 75


1996-97 2008-09 2009-10

H W A W N L H L A W

71 86 74 65 63

66 82 79 67 58

maryland (0-3) Most ASU Points: Most UM Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest UM Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest UM Win: Current Streak:

74 (11/19/04) 118 (12/1/05) 59 (12/1/05) 94 (11/19/04) N/A 59 pts. (12/1/050 UM won three

Season Site W - 1989-90 A 2004-05 H 2005-06 A

L L L L

ASU 71 74 59

UM 100 94 118

richmond (2-3) Most ASU Points: Most UR Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest UR Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest UR Win: Current Streak:

82 (12/20/84) 94 (12/28/97) 56 (1/6/10) 63 (12/1/06)

UR won three

Season Site W - L 1984-85 A W 1985-86 H W 1997-98 N L 2006-07 N L 2009-10 H L

ASU 82 77 68 62 56

UR 68 67 94 63 78

samford (1-4) Most ASU Points: Most SU Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest SU Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest SU Win: Current Streak:

Most ASU Points: 100 (12/1/92) Most UNCA Points: 71 (2/10/88) Fewest ASU Points: 61 (12/18/03) Fewest UNCA Points: 9 (1/24/73) Largest ASU Win: 66 pts. (1/24/73) Largest UNCA Win: 10 pts. (1/19/84) Current Streak: UNCA won one Season Site W - L 1972-73 H W 1983-84 H L 1984-85 A W 1985-86 H W 1986-87 H W 1987-88 A W 1988-89 H W 1992-93 N W 1998-99 H W 1999-00 A W 2000-01 H L 2001-02 A W 2002-03 H W 2003-04 A L

66 (2/15/10) 87 (1/17/09) 47 (2/14/09) 55 (2/15/10)

11 pts. (2/15/10)

36 pts. (1/17/09) SU won one

Season Site W - L 2008-09 A L H L 2009-10 H L A W N L

ASU 51 47 65 66 53

SU 87 59 71 55 66

ASU 75 54 69 92 96 78 86 100 71 77 67 81 68 61

UNCA 9 64 64 53 63 71 60 49 55 68 69 48 35 70

unc greensboro (25-28)

14 pts. (12/20/84) 26 pts. (12/28/1997)

1992-93

unc asheville (11-3)

Most ASU Points: 91 (2X, last 1/20/93) Most UNCG Points: 92 (3/2/00) Fewest ASU Points: 35 (1971-72) Fewest UNCG Points: 41 (12/18/04) Largest ASU Win: 42 pts. (1978-79) Largest UNCG Win: 28 pts. (12/19/01) Current Streak: ASU won two Season Site W - L ASU 1971-72 L 46 L 35 1972-73 L 57 L 44 1973-74 H L 52 N W 59 1974-75 H L 70 A L 67 1975-76 A W 68 N W 66 H W 75 1976-77 H W 81 A W 66 1977-78 H W 83 A W 84 N W 80 1978-79 W 91 1980-81 W 75 1991-92 A L 74 H L 81

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UNCG 50 52 61 49 53 51 76 74 54 58 66 68 54 74 75 65 49 56 90 82

H

W

1994-95 A W 1995-96 H W 1996-97 A W 1997-98 A L H W 1998-99 H L A W 1999-2000 A W H L N L 2000-01 H L N L A L 2001-02 A L H L 2002-03 A L H L 2003-04 A L H W 2004-05 H W A L 2005-06 A L H W 2006-07 H L A L 2007-08 A L H W N L 2008-09 H W A L 2009-10 A W H W

91

61

69 71 71 52 63 57 81 83 71 75 51 77 60 51 66 62 78 66 73 69 41 71 85 61 62 54 58 44 73 60 75 67

53 65 57 62 59 72 76 72 77 92 75 86 88 79 83 75 85 79 68 41 55 85 84 68 81 56 53 62 68 74 57 49

WAKE FOREST (10-13) Most ASU Points: 88, 2X (1978-79/1979-80) Most WFU Points: 88 (12/1/02) Fewest ASU Points: 35 (11/21/08) Fewest WFU Points: 46 (1975-76) Largest ASU Win: 30 pts. (1975-76) Largest WFU Win: 39 pts. (11/27/84) Current Streak: WFU won five Season Site W - L 1972-73 N W 1973-74 N W 1974-75 H W 1975-76 A W 1978-79 - W - W 1979-80 - W 1980-81 - W 1981-82 H L A L 1982-83 A L H L 1983-84 A L 1984-85 H L

ASU 58 61 69 76 83 88 88 79 78 68 73 69 71 42

WFU 52 59 62 46 66 71 71 77 87 82 81 82 81 81


1985-86 1992-93 1993-94 1996-97 1997-98 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2008-09

A L A L H W H W A L H L A L A L A L

62 65 87 66 68 60 66 59 35

69 78 64 60 70 83 70 88 68

western carolina (52-34) Most ASU Points: 108 (2/28/93) Most WCU Points: 99 (2/2/83) Fewest ASU Points: 34 (1970-71) Fewest WCU Points: 29 (1/19/94) Largest ASU Win: 36 pts. (1/19/94) Largest WCU Win: 37 pts. (1/3/09) Current Streak: ASU won two Season Site W - L 1970-71 L L L 1971-72 L L 1972-73 A W N L H W 1973-74 H L A L 1974-75 A L A W 1975-76 A W H W N W 1976-77 H W N W N W 1977-78 A W H W 1978-79 L W 1979-80 W 1980-81 W 1981-82 H L A W 1982-83 H L A L 1983-84 H L A L N L 1984-85 A W H W 1985-86 A W H W 1986-87 H W A W H W

ASU 39 34 48 37 49 37 47 51 62 55 56 63 86 71 57 72 47 61 71 78 74 88 88 75 64 68 75 73 57 81 66 81 85 75 78 72 77 86

WCU 46 50 57 40 60 29 55 50 64 59 70 49 73 64 56 66 35 58 68 77 98 75 83 74 66 64 99 84 60 96 75 54 71 67 59 50 61 66

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

79 76 84 87 72 81 76 80 76 85 88 108 92 83 77 79 96 83 69 70 78 71 65 68 73 65 73 79 74 65 61 63 65 65 72 71 96 76 65 71 60 68 63 57 55 50 53 73

64 59 62 80 68 67 61 69 66 79 80 74 56 59 57 63 74 58 42 72 57 44 49 56 64 67 72 72 80 68 69 65 73 80 64 68 78 86 82 80 71 77 87 78 92 75 52 59

WOFFORD (20-8) Most ASU Points: Most WC Points: Fewest ASU Points: Fewest WC Points: Largest ASU Win: Largest WC Win: Current Streak:

97 (2X, last 12/21/98)

92 (1/15/02) 49 (2/20/01) 37 (11/23/85)

37 pts. (11/23/85)

24 pts. (2/20/01) ASU won six

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Season Site W - L 1985-86 A W 1986-87 H W 1997-98 H W A W 1998-99 H W A L 1999-2000 H W A W 2000-01 H L A L 2001-02 H L A L 2002-03 A W H W 2003-04 H W A W 2004-05 A W H L 2005-06 A W H W 2006-07 H L A L 2007-08 H W A W 2008-09 A W H W 2009-10 A W H W

ASU 83 97 59 73 97 67 70 67 67 49 73 83 73 84 78 65 66 68 80 75 65 52 92 74 65 72 62 76

WC 46 57 56 64 61 79 60 59 85 73 96 93 59 65 66 48 45 73 65 56 69 63 79 69 60 68 54 62


ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Alabama Alabama A&M Alcorn State Anderson JC Arizona State Arkansas State Auburn Austin Peay Baylor Bowling Green Bucknell California Campbell Catawba Central Florida Charleston (W.Va.) Charleston Southern Charlotte Chattanooga Cheyney Clemson Cleveland State Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Cornell Dartmouth Davidson DePaul Duke East Carolina Eastern Kentucky East Tennessee State Elon Evansville Fairleigh Dickinson Florida International Florida State Francis Marion Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason Georgetown Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech High Point Hofstra Holy Cross Houston Howard Iowa IPFW James Madison La Salle Lenoir Rhyne Liberty Longwood Louisburg Louisville Marshall Mars Hill Maryland Maryland-Baltimore County McNeese State Mercer Meredith Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio)

GP 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 16 5 4 2 2 19 70 1 6 1 5 31 2 0 40 2 14 37 5 70 25 1 1 2 3 4 64 3 3 3 2 44 2 7 18 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 13 2 5 2 1 40 10 3 1 1 2 1 1 2

W 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 9 4 5 2 2 4 23 1 1 0 4 16 2 0 23 0 4 11 1 39 17 0 0 0 1 0 39 0 2 0 0 13 1 1 9 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 7 2 5 0 0 21 8 0 1 1 2 0 0 1

L 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 7 1 1 0 0 15 47 0 5 1 1 15 0 1 17 2 10 26 4 31 8 1 1 2 2 4 25 3 1 3 2 31 1 6 9 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 6 0 0 2 1 19 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 1

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

Opponent Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee St. Milligan Mississippi Mississippi Valley St. Missouri-Kansas City Montana State Morehead State Morgan State Murray State Navy New Mexico State New Orleans Nicholls State UNC Asheville North Carolina UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington North Carolina A&T North Carolina Central North Carolina State Northeast Louisiana Ohio Oklahoma State Old Dominion Peace Pennsylvania Pfeiffer Pittsburgh Radford Rhode Island Richmond Saint Francis Saint John’s Saint Joseph’s Saint Peter’s Samford San Diego San Francisco South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina State USC-Spartanburg Southern Southern Mississippi South Park Stephen F. Austin Stetson Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Texas A&M TCU Tulane Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Wake Forest Warren Wilson Washington State Western Carolina Wichita State William & Mary Winston-Salem State Winthrop Wofford Wyoming

Last Meeting 66-95, 1996 65-52, 2008 61-50, 2001 71-81, 1980 83-73, 1993 86-71, 1986 58-83, 2003 91-61, 1989 83-63, 1989 68-89, 2009 98-88, 1988 69-105, 1991 65-45, 2003 101-57, 1984 87-81, 2007 97-42, 1988 89-55, 1992 57-74, 2009 56-59, 2010 105-62, 1987 67-62, 2004 67-112, 1983 67-65, 2004 77-58, 2010 83-82, 1998 60-85, 1998 72-61, 2010 64-111, 2007 66-79, 1993 75-80, 2008 64-69, 2004 92-87, 2009 73-54, 2010 70-79, 1993 67-87, 1983 53-72, 2003 57-96, 1991 60-78, 1984 71-53, 2010 58-70, 2009 74-54, 2009 46-63, 2009 32-94, 1983 73-77, 2010 68-88, 2003 53-79, 2006 61-63, 2003 66,-54 1994 90-78, 1987 70-106, 1989 94-80, 1989 66-68, 1996 64-74, 2005 58-84, 1991 62-66, 2007 88-56, 1985 96-52, 1989 83-50, 1985 53-68, 1981 61-109, 1991 63-58, 2009 104-82, 1981 59-118, 2005 76-43, 1994 87-70, 1987 88-65, 1988 39-44, 1973 63-80, 1993 79-76, 2009

GP 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 2 14 20 53 5 5 1 24 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 16 1 5 1 1 1 1 5 0 1 1 15 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 3 1 1 1 8 15 23 1 1 86 1 2 2 16 28 1

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W 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 11 4 25 4 5 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 10 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 4 4 10 1 0 52 0 2 2 11 20 1

L 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 16 28 1 0 0 24 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 6 1 3 0 1 1 0 4 1 1 1 11 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 2 1 0 1 4 11 13 0 1 34 1 0 0 5 8 0

Last Meeting 79-71, 1993 63-100, 1998 65-73, 1994 89-47, 1987 84-86, 1997 73-41, 1997 58-68, 1997 69-63, 1994 74-90, 1991 77-63, 1990 67-58, 1986 71-72, 2001 92-89, 1991 85-70, 2006 76-54, 2005 61-70, 2004 44-80, 2003 67-49, 2010 78-41, 1994 66-54, 1989 91-62, 2007 69-82, 2007 52-47, 1997 67-89, 1990 64-84, 1987 65-85, 1988 87-52, 1977 68-62, 1986 72-92, 1980 56-63, 2009 45-65, 2007 59-62, 1990 56-78, 2010 85-74, 1990 63-69, 1999 65-77, 2003 72-64, 1993 53-66, 2010 60-79, 2007 56-86, 1991 74-83, 2003 66-82, 2003 99-52, 1988 100-87, 1987 77-61, 1989 48-61, 2001 73-55, 1976 80-81, 1987 87-78, 1988 54-113, 1999 94-67, 1993 56-59, 1987 66-80, 1994 76-69, 1988 41-81, 1998 53-72, 2007 55-75, 1999 35-68, 2008 80-22, 1976 77-96, 1998 73-59, 2010 46-63, 2008 80-63, 1994 66-52, 2006 84-61, 2006 76-62, 2010 75-69, 1996


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2010 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONS Road to A Championship March 18 Charleston, S.C. First Round ASU 62, Charleston Southern, 47

WBI CHAMPIONS

March 21 Boone, N.C. Quarterfinals ASU 59, Fairfield 36

March 25 Boone, N.C. Semifinals ASU 77, Coll. of Charleston 58

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March 28 Boone, N.C. Championship ASU 79, Memphis 71


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2009-10 season recap Having the youngest team in the Southern Conference, Appalachian State University women’s basketball exceeded expectations during the 2009-10 season. Picked to finish eighth in the preseason conference polls, the Mountaineers proved to be a sleeper team, finishing tied for second with Samford in the final conference standings. The squad set numerous records and ended the campaign on a high note, winning the first-ever postseason Women’s Basketball Invitational title. Renewing its rivalry with former SoCon foe Marshall, Appalachian defeated the Thundering Herd on its home floor in its 2009-10 season-opener. However, despite the season-opening win, Appalachian was unable to find its footing early on, dropping its next three contests to non-conference opponents, including falling just short to No. 20 Pittsburgh, losing 63-56. Finally able to snap its three-game skid, impressive play by freshmen Ashlen Dewart and Anna Freeman propelled the youthful Apps to a thrilling 79-76 overtime victory over Miami (Ohio) at the Pittsburgh Thanksgiving tournament. Unable to carry its momentum into December, the Mountaineers had an even 3-3 mark during the month. It began with a disappointing five-point defeat to Georgia Southern, before the team rebounded and downed Davidson, and edged East Tennessee State in the Holmes Center. Losses to Furman and Bowling Green also plagued the Black and Gold before the team closed out 2009 in style, thumping George Mason by 20 points on December 20. Dewart paced Appalachian in December, and was quite impressive against ETSU and Furman, averaging 23 points and 10 rebounds, earning her SoCon Player of the Week honors.

season recap

The second half of the season proved to be one of numerous highlights for an Appalachian team that continued to improve. After beginning the month of January with an 85-66 rout over Elon, setting a new school and conference record for the number of team blocks in a single game, with 17, the team then turned around and beat Western Carolina. The win was ASU’s first over the 2009 SoCon Tournament Champions since 2005, snapping a nine-game losing streak to its conference rival. Its strong play was not able to carry over into ASU’s final non-conference game against Richmond, as ASU suffered a 78-56

setback to the Spiders on its home floor, then fell just short to conference leaders Chattanooga and Samford. The loss to the Bulldogs inspired the Apps and the team picked up wins in 11 of its final 13 regular-season games. The streak was marked by an overtime win against College of Charleston on the Cougars’ home floor, ASU’s first-ever victory over a dominant Samford team and thrilling wins at Furman while completing season sweeps of WCU, UNCG and Wofford. Sam Ramirez stepped up her game and continued her offensive prowess and was named SoCon player of the week and month for February for her stout shooting performances. Unfortunately Appalachian was unable to snap its 26-game losing skid to 11-timedefending regular season champion Chattanooga, as the Mountaineers were handed a controversial 59-56 loss in UTC’s McKenzie Arena. ASU not only matched a school recordwith 14 conference wins and tied Georgia Southern for the best SoCon road record (8-2) but was rewarded for its tremendous efforts and

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strides over the course of the season. With the regular season coming to a close, head coach Darcie Vincent was selected by both the conference’s coaches and media as the 2009-10 SoCon Coach of the Year, making her just the second coach in school history to earn the distinction. Standout Ramirez earned all-conference honors, while freshman phenoms Freeman and Dewart were named to the SoCon’s allfreshman team and picked up second-team all-conference accolades. Hoping to carry its momentum into the SoCon Tournament, after having finished tied for second in the regular season standings, the team earned a No. 3 seed in the tournament due to tie breaker rules. Facing a familiar opponent in Furman in the quarterfinals, ASU downed the Paladins and advanced to the tournament semifinals. The team was not able to replicate its same impressive play against Samford in the semfinals however, as dismal shooting and a lackluster effort hindered the Apps, who were ousted by the Bulldogs by a score of 66-53. Freeman and Chakeitha Weldon were rewarded for their tournament play, as both were named to the second team all-SoCon Tournament. With a stellar 2009-10 resume, Appalachian was selected as the No.1 overall seed for the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational (postseason tournament). Showing why they were selected as No.1 overall, ASU hammered its first three WBI opponents, beating Charleston Southern, Fairfield and College of Charleston by an average of 19 points. Playing on its home floor, the championship game against Memphis proved to be no easy task, as the Tigers took control of the game, leading by as many as 19 points. Down but not out, ASU mustered a comeback for the ages and rallied to eke out a 79-71 win over the Tigers for the WBI crown. Dewart was named the WBI Tournament MVP and Freeman was named to the alltournament team. Cutting down the nets in the Holmes Center was the icing on the cake for a unmatched run for ASU during the 2009-10 season. The team finished with the best singleseason turnaround in school history and the fourth-best single season turnaround in Division I in 2009-10. The Apps also compiled the second most wins in school history, finishing with a 23-12 overall record and a 14-6 confernce mark. The team is set a school record for wins in the Holmes Center with 11, including eight in a row to close out the season. The winning campaign was the program’s first since 2005-06.


2009-10 results Record Overall Home Away NeutraL

ALL GAMES 23-12 11-6 10-5 CONFERENCE 14-5 6-4 8-2 NON-CONFERENCE 9-6 5-2 2-3 Date Opponent

Score Att.

High Points

11/13/09 at Marshall W 63-58 388 (23) RAMIREZ, Sam 11/20/09 CHARLOTTE 57-74 L 287 (12) RAMIREZ, Sam (12) EDWARDS, Canesha 11/24/09 at Gardner-Webb 58-70 L 120 (12) FREEMAN, Courtney (12) RAMIREZ, Sam 11/27/09 at Pittsburgh! 56-63 L (16) DEWART, Ashlen 11/28/09 vs. Miami (Ohio)! WOT 79-76 (18) DEWART, Ashlen (18) FREEMAN, Anna 12/2/09 *GEORGIA SOUTHERN 68-73 L 222 (14) RAMIREZ, Sam (14) DEWART, Ashlen 12/7/09 *at Davidson W 68-59 372 (17) RAMIREZ, Sam 12/17/09 E. TENNESSEE STATE W 92-87 435 30) DEWART, Ashlen 12/21/09 *FURMAN 56-73 L 114 (16) DEWART, Ashlen 12/23/09 at Bowling Green 68-89 L 1533 (34) DEWART, Ashlen 1/2/10 *ELON W 85-66 285 (20) FREEMAN, Courtney 1/4/10 *at Western Carolina W 53-52 102 (21) DEWART, Ashlen 1/6/10 RICHMOND 56-78 L 227 (15) DEWART, Ashlen 1/9/10 *CHATTANOOGA 53-60 L 149 (14) DEWART, Ashlen 1/11/10 *SAMFORD 65-71 L 303 (13) DEWART, Ashlen 1/16/10 *at UNC Greensboro W 72-57 263 (22) RAMIREZ, Sam (22) DEWART, Ashlen 1/18/10 *at Coll. of Charleston WOT 66-63 207 (18) FREEMAN, Anna 1/23/10 *DAVIDSON W 72-61 1576 (17) RAMIREZ, Sam 1/30/10 *at Wofford W 62-54 112 (13) RAMIREZ, Sam 2/1/10 *at Furman W 58-53 233 (16) RAMIREZ, Sam 2/6/10 *at Elon W 73-54 403 (16) WELDON, Chakeitha 2/8/10 *WESTERN CAROLINA W 73-59 370 (25) DEWART, Ashlen 2/13/10 *at Chattanooga 56-59 L 3077 (19) RAMIREZ, Sam 2/15/10 *at Samford W 66-55 813 (21) FREEMAN, Anna 2/20/10 *UNC GREENSBORO W 67-49 673 (18) FREEMAN, Anna 2/22/10 *COLL. OF CHARLESTON W 70-54 202 (25) RAMIREZ, Sam 2/25/10) *WOFFORD W 76-62 494 (19) RAMIREZ, Sam (19) EDWARDS, Canesha 2/27/10 *at Georgia Southern 73-77 L 862 (21) DEWART, Ashlen 3/6/10 vs. Furman W 71-53 1207 (17) RAMIREZ, Sam 3/7/10 vs. Samford 53-66 L (21) WELDON, Chakeitha 3/18/10 at Charleston Southern^ W 62-47 782 (18) DEWART, Ashlen 3/21/10 FAIRFIELD^ W 59-36 263 (19) RAMIREZ, Sam 3/25/10 COLL. OF CHARLESTON^ W 77-58 783 (25) DEWART, Ashlen 3/28/10 MEMPHIS^ W 79-71 616 (21) DEWART, Ashlen ! Pittsburgh Thanksgiving Tournament * SoCon game ^ Women’s Basketball Invitational

2009-10 STATISTICS

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2-1 0-0 2-1

High Rebounds (8) RAMIREZ, Sam (8) FREEMAN, Anna (8) WILLIAMS, Catherine (9) FREEMAN, Anna (5) WILLIAMS, Catherine (5) FREEMAN, Courtney (10) FREEMAN, Anna (19) FREEMAN, Anna (10) DEWART, Ashlen (9) FREEMAN, Courtney (9) FREEMAN, Anna (14) DEWART, Ashlen (9) WILLIAMS, Catherine (10) FREEMAN, Anna (9) FREEMAN, Anna (13) DEWART, Ashlen (10) EDWARDS, Canesha (6) FREEMAN, Anna (7) FREEMAN, Anna (10) FREEMAN, Anna (11) FREEMAN, Anna (11) WILLIAMS, Catherine (14) FREEMAN, Anna (7) FREEMAN, Anna (13) SHARKEY, Kelsey (13) FREEMAN, Courtney (7) SHARKEY, Kelsey (14) FREEMAN, Anna (10) WELDON, Chakeitha (12) FREEMAN, Anna (11) EDWARDS, Canesha (11) WELDON, Chakeitha (10) EDWARDS, Canesha (6) DEWART, Ashlen (10) FREEMAN, Anna (10) WELDON, Chakeitha (11) WILLIAMS, Catherine (9) WILLIAMS, Catherine (9) FREEMAN, Anna (10) WILLIAMS, Catherine (9) WILLIAMS, Catherine (9) FREEMAN, Anna (9) DEWART, Ashlen (9) EDWARDS, Canesha


2009-10 overall Statistics RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 23-12 11-6 10-5 2-1 CONFERENCE 14-6 6-4 8-2 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 9-6 5-2 2-3 2-1

## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 35 14 660 18.9 53 165 .321 10 44 .227 15 33 .455 42 83 125 3.6 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 32 18 858 26.8 96 247 .389 3 21 .143 52 86 .605 46 86 132 4.1 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 32 10 651 20.3 61 140 .436 0 3 .000 38 52 .731 53 94 147 4.6 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 35 34 1236 35.3 159 390 .408 77 203 .379 56 66 .848 19 91 110 3.1 20 MEANS, Sade 14 4 178 12.7 13 42 .310 1 4 .250 3 7 .429 11 13 24 1.7 24 MEANS, Charmene 9 0 39 4.3 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 2 1 3 0.3 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 34 13 660 19.4 78 160 .488 0 0 .000 48 89 .539 71 101 172 5.1 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 35 16 830 23.7 92 231 .398 1 1 1.000 35 64 .547 65 92 157 4.5 32 FREEMAN, Anna 35 35 1080 30.9 135 303 .446 38 107 .355 60 80 .750 73 220 293 8.4 42 HACKETT, Haley 6 0 14 2.3 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.2 44 DEWART, Ashlen 35 31 939 26.8 212 400 .530 19 51 .373 76 116 .655 66 136 202 5.8 TM TEAM 73 64 137 3.9 Total 35 900 2084 .432 149 434 .343 387 599 .646 522 981 1503 42.9 Opponents 35 743 2075 .358 210 661 .318 495 702 .705 466 784 1250 35.7

SCORE BY PERIODS: Appalachian State Opponents

1st 2nd OT 1071 1249 16 1059 1122 10

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Appalachian State Opponents

OFF 90 91

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 66 2 45 72 11 32 131 3.7 83 3 95 117 11 52 247 7.7 60 1 35 56 3 29 160 5.0 42 0 136 96 1 54 451 12.9 24 0 24 22 3 11 30 2.1 1 0 4 2 0 1 4 0.4 92 2 33 94 50 40 204 6.0 73 3 38 66 5 30 220 6.3 127 11 96 92 92 71 368 10.5 3 0 0 4 0 1 2 0.3 119 5 50 111 47 27 519 14.8 1 12 0 691 27 556 744 223 348 2336 66.7 555 - 478 639 123 354 2191 62.6

Total 2336 2191

DEF TOTAL 1 91 0 91

2009-10 Southern Conference Statistics ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 20 11 390 19.5 33 97 .340 3 19 .158 7 17 .412 28 54 82 4.1 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 20 10 567 28.4 60 155 .387 2 13 .154 37 61 .607 27 59 86 4.3 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 19 9 378 19.9 34 79 .430 0 3 .000 25 34 .735 30 49 79 4.2 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 20 19 688 34.4 97 229 .424 47 118 .398 40 47 .851 6 45 51 2.6 20 MEANS, Sade 7 2 80 11.4 8 21 .381 0 1 .000 2 5 .400 9 7 16 2.3 24 MEANS, Charmene 4 0 14 3.5 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.3 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 19 2 317 16.7 42 83 .506 0 0 .000 17 35 .486 35 45 80 4.2 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 20 10 455 22.8 48 125 .384 0 0 .000 17 32 .531 42 45 87 4.4 32 FREEMAN, Anna 20 20 619 31.0 76 184 .413 28 74 .378 30 40 .750 39 122 161 8.1 42 HACKETT, Haley 2 0 3 1.5 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.5 44 DEWART, Ashlen 20 17 509 25.5 113 220 .514 5 25 .200 48 76 .632 31 73 104 5.2 TM TEAM 42 35 77 3.9 Total 20 512 1197 .428 85 253 .336 223 347 .643 291 534 825 41.2 Opponents 20 410 1139 .360 117 372 .315 274 381 .719 256 462 718 35.9

2009-10 STATISTICS

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PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 44 2 24 42 7 23 76 3.8 54 2 63 75 8 34 159 8.0 37 0 23 23 2 20 93 4.9 21 0 68 48 1 32 281 14.1 9 0 13 13 0 9 18 2.6 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0.0 51 2 14 42 27 25 101 5.3 35 1 24 38 3 23 113 5.7 69 4 36 51 46 42 210 10.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.0 67 3 30 58 28 16 279 14.0 1 7 0 388 14 296 398 122 225 1332 66.6 307 - 259 398 69 188 1211 60.5


2009-10 TEAM SUPERLATIVES Team Highs

Appalachian....................................................................................................Category......................................................................................................... Opponent 92 vs. ETSU (12/17/09).......................................................................................Points.....................................................................89 at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 35 vs. ETSU (12/17/09)..................................................................................Field Goals..................................................................................32 vs. ETSU (12/17/09) 72 vs. ETSU (12/17/09).........................................................................Field Goal Attempts.........................................................................77 vs. ETSU (12/17/09) .551 (27-49) vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10).................................. Field Goal Percentage................................480 (24-50) at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) 10 at Samford (2/15/10)...................................................................Three-Point Field Goals....................................................14 at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 21 vs. Georgia Southern (12/2/09)......................................Three-Point Field Goal Attempts................................. 37 at Charleston Southern (3/18/10) .545 (6-11) vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09)..............................Three-Point Field Goal Percentage...........................667 (2-3) vs. George Mason (12/30/09) 21 at Elon (2/6/10).........................................................................................Free Throws.................................................................... 27 vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09) 34 vs. Miami (OH) 11/28/09..............................................................Free Throw Attempts........................................................... 36 vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09) .941 (16-17) vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10).................................Free Throw Percentage...............................957 (22-23) at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) 60 vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09).......................................................................Rebounds...................................................................................49 vs. ETSU (12/17/09) 24 vs. UNC Greensboro (2/20/10)................................................................. Assists.....................................................................21 at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 18 at Elon (2/6/10)...............................................................................................Steals................................................................................. 20 vs. Richmond (1/6/10) 17 vs. Elon (1/2/10).....................................................................................Blocked Shots........................................................................... 12 vs. Wofford (2/25/10) 34 vs. Furman (12/21/09)..............................................................................Turnovers.......................................................................................... 31 at Elon (2/6/10) 26 vs. Samford (1/11/10)....................................................................................Fouls........................................................................... 27 vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/10) 26 vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09)............................................................................Fouls

Team Lows

Appalachian....................................................................................................Category......................................................................................................... Opponent 53 at Western Carolina (1/4/10)......................................................................Points................................................................................... 36 vs. Fairfield (3/21/10) 53 vs. Chattanooga (1/9/10)............................................................................Points 53 vs. Samford (3/7/10).....................................................................................Points 19 vs. Charlotte (11/20/09)..........................................................................Field Goals...................................................... 14 at Charleston Southern (3/18/10) 47 at Furman (2/1/10)..........................................................................Field Goal Attempts.......................................................................44 vs. Samford (3/7/10) .352 (19-54) vs. Charlotte (11/20/09)............................................ Field Goal Percentage..........................219 (14-64) at Charleston Southern (3/18/10) .352 (25-71) at Elon (2/6/10)............................................................ Field Goal Percentage 0 at Western Carolina (1/4/10).......................................................Three-Point Field Goals..................................................... 2 vs. George Mason (12/30/09) 0 vs. Samford (3/7/10).......................................................................Three-Point Field Goals................................................................................2 at Elon (2/6/10) Three-Point Field Goals................................................... 2 vs. UNC Greensboro (2/20/10) 5 at Elon (2/6/10).......................................................................Three-Point Field Goal Attempts............................................ 3 vs. George Mason (12/30/09) .000 (0-9) at Western Carolina (1/4/10)............................Three-Point Field Goal Percentage.................................................. .125 (2-16) at Elon (2/6/10) .000 (0-6) vs. Samford (3/7/10)............................................Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 1 vs. Richmond (1/6/10)..............................................................................Free Throws................................................................................3 vs. Fairfield (3/21/10) 4 vs. Chattanooga (1/9/10)...............................................................Free Throw Attempts.......................................................................5 vs. Fairfield (3/21/10) .200 (1-5) vs. Richmond (1/6/10)...................................................Free Throw Percentage....................................................550 (11-20) vs. Furman (3/6/10) Free Throw Percentage......................550 (11-20) vs. College of Charleston (3/25/10) 25 at Georgia Southern (2/27/10).............................................................Rebounds.................................................................................19 vs. Samford (3/7/10) 6 at Western Carolina (1/4/10)....................................................................... Assists................................................................................................6 vs. Elon (1/2/10) 4 vs. Furman (3/6/10).........................................................................................Steals................................................................................4 at Pittsburgh (11/27/09) 4 vs. Charleston Southern (3/18/10).............................................................Steals.....................................................................................4 vs. Samford (1/11/10) Steals.......................................................................................4 vs. Wofford (2/25/10) Steals.....................................................................4 at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) Steals..........................................................................................4 vs. Furman (3/6/10) 2 at Georgia Southern (2/27/10)............................................................Blocked Shots.............................................................. 1 vs. George Mason (12/30/09) 2 vs. Samford (3/7/10)................................................................................Blocked Shots............................................................. 1 at UNC Greensboro (1/16/10) Blocked Shots...................................................1 vs. College of Charleston (2/22/10) Blocked Shots............................................................1 at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) Blocked Shots............................................................................... 1 vs. Samford (3/7/10) Blocked Shots...................................................1 vs. College of Charleston (3/25/10) 12 at Georgia Southern (2/27/10).............................................................Turnovers...................................................................................10 vs. Furman (3/6/10) 11 vs. Fairfield (3/21/10).....................................................................................Fouls............................................................................... 8 vs. Chattanooga (1/9/10) Fouls..................................................................... 8 vs. UNC Greensboro (2/20/10)

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2009-10 iNDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES Points 34 DEWART, Ashlen at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 30 DEWART, Ashlen vs. E. Tennessee State (12/17/09) 25 DEWART, Ashlen vs. Coll. of Charleston (3/25/10) 25 RAMIREZ, Sam vs. Coll. of Charleston (2/22/10) 25 DEWART, Ashlen vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10) Field Goals Made 15 DEWART, Ashlen at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 12 DEWART, Ashlen vs. E. Tennessee State (12/17/09) Field Goal Att. 22 DEWART, Ashlen at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 20 DEWART, Ashlen vs. E. Tennessee State (12/17/09) FG PCT (min. 5 made) 1.000 (5-5) FREEMAN, Anna vs. Coll. of Charleston (3/25/10) .875 (7-8) DEWART, Ashlen at Charleston Southern (3/18/10) 3- Point FG Made 6 RAMIREZ, Sam at UNC Greensboro (1/16/10) 5 RAMIREZ, Sam vs. Coll. of Charleston (2/22/10) 5 RAMIREZ, Sam at Samford (2/15/10) 3- Point FG Att. 13 RAMIREZ, Sam at UNC Greensboro (1/16/10) 12 RAMIREZ, Sam vs. Coll. of Charleston (2/22/10) 3- Pt. FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (2-2) DEWART, Ashlen vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09) .800 (4-5) FREEMAN, Anna at Coll. of Charleston (1/18/10) Free Throws Made 9 DEWART, Ashlen vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10) 9 WILLIAMS, Catherine vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09) Free Throw Att. 12 WILLIAMS, Catherine vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09) 10 DEWART, Ashlen vs. Georgia Southern (12/2/09) FT Pct (min 3 made) 1.000 (9-9) DEWART, Ashlen vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10) 1.000 (7-7) RAMIREZ, Sam at Furman (2/1/10) 1.000 (6-6) FREEMAN, Anna vs. Coll. of Charleston (3/25/10) 1.000 (6-6) FREEMAN, Anna vs. Furman (3/6/10) 1.000 (6-6) RAMIREZ, Sam vs. Furman (3/6/10) 1.000 (6-6) RAMIREZ, Sam vs. Coll. of Charleston (2/22/10) 1.000 (6-6) WELDON, Chakeitha at Samford (2/15/10) 1.000 (6-6) RAMIREZ, Sam at Elon (2/6/10) 1.000 (4-4) DEWART, Ashlen vs. Coll. of Charleston (3/25/10) 1.000 (4-4) DEWART, Ashlen at Charleston Southern(3/18/10) 1.000 (4-4) DEWART, Ashlen at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) 1.000 (4-4) RAMIREZ, Sam vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10) 1.000 (4-4) WELDON, Chakeitha vs. Elon (1/2/10) 1.000 (4-4) EDWARDS, Canesha vs. Charlotte (11/20/09) 1.000 (3-3) FREEMAN, Anna vs. Wofford (2/25/10) 1.000 (3-3) FREEMAN, Anna vs. Davidson (1/23/10) Rebounds 19 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09) 14 FREEMAN, Anna at Chattanooga (2/13/10) 14 FREEMAN, Anna at Wofford (1/30/10) 14 DEWART, Ashlen vs. E. Tennessee State (12/17/09) 14 DEWART, Ashlen vs. Miami (Ohio) (11/28/09) Assists 8 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Memphis (3/28/10) 8 WELDON, Chakeitha vs. UNC Greensboro (2/20/10) Steals 7 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Memphis (3/28/10) 6 EDWARDS, Canesha vs. Wofford (2/25/10) 6 WILLIAMS, Catherine vs. Furman (12/21/09) Blocked Shots 8 WILLIAMS, Catherine vs. Davidson (1/23/10) 8 FREEMAN, Anna at Bowling Green (12/23/09) Turnovers 10 WELDON, Chakeitha vs. Furman (12/21/09) 9 EDWARDS, Canesha vs. Charlotte (11/20/09) 9 RAMIREZ, Sam at Marshall (11/13/09) Fouls 5 FREEMAN, Courtney vs. Memphis (3/28/10) 5 DEWART, Ashlen at Charleston Southern (3/18/10) 5 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Furman (3/6/10) 5 SHARKEY, Kelsey at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) 5 DEWART, Ashlen at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) 5 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Wofford (2/25/10) 5 WELDON, Chakeitha vs. Wofford (2/25/10) 5 SHARKEY, Kelsey at Samford (2/15/10) 5 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10) 5 DEWART, Ashlen at Elon (2/6/10) 5 WELDON, Chakeitha at Elon (2/6/10) 5 WILLIAMS, Catherine at Elon (2/6/10) 5 FREEMAN, Anna at Wofford (1/30/10) 5 FREEMAN, Anna at UNC Greensboro (1/16/10) 5 FREEMAN, Courtney vs. Samford (1/11/10) 5 FREEMAN, Anna vs. George Mason (12/30/09) 5 WELDON, Chakeitha at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 5 WILLIAMS, Catherine vs. Furman (12/21/09) 5 FREEMAN, Anna vs. E. Tennessee State (12/17/09) 5 DEWART, Ashlen vs. Georgia Southern (12/2/09) 5 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Miami (OH) (11/28/09) 5 FREEMAN, Courtney at Pittsburgh (11/27/09) 5 FREEMAN, Anna at Pittsburgh (11/27/09) 5 FREEMAN, Anna at Gardner-Webb (11/24/09) 5 DEWART, Ashlen at Gardner-Webb (11/24/09) 5 FREEMAN, Anna vs. Charlotte (11/20/09) 5 EDWARDS, Canesha vs. Charlotte (11/20/09)

2009-10 STATISTICS

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Anna Freeman finished the 2009-10 season ranked 16th in NCAA Division I in blocks per game, averaging 2.6.

Ashlen Dewart scored the 10th most points in a single game in school history, when she poured in 34 at Bowling Green.


2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

Total

3-Pointers

Free throws

Opponent Date Score

fg-fga pct 3fg-fga pct ft-fta pct

at Marshall 11/13/09

27-52

63-58 W

Rebounds

off def tot avg pf a t/o blk stl pts avg

.519 4-11 .364 5-9 .556

6

40 46 46.0

18 14 27 10 5 63 63.0

CHARLOTTE 11/20/09

57-74 L

19-54

.352 5-16 .313 14-18 .778

18 30 48 47.0

25 12 33 6 6 57 60.0

at Gardner-Webb 11/24/09

58-70 L

23-48

.479 3-9 .333 9-17 .529

6

22 14 24 9 6 58 59.3

at Pittsburgh 11/27/09

56-63 L

22-58

.379 4-11 .364 8-11 .727

12 29 41

41.5

20 19 19 4 5 56 58.5

vs. Miami (Ohio) 11/28/09

79-76 WOT 28-67

.418 6-11 .545 17-34 .500

26 34 60 45.2

26 18 25 9 9 79 62.5

GEORGIA SOUTHERN 12/2/09

68-73 L

26-64

.406 8-21 .381 8-21 .381

21 21 42 44.7

25 18 23 4 15 68 63.5

at Davidson 12/7/09

68-59 W

28-60

.467 3-12 .250 9-21 .429

12 25 37 43.6

18 15 15 3 12 68 64.1

25 31 41.7

E. TENNESSEE STATE 12/17/09

92-87 W

35-72

.486 8-18 .444 14-21 .667

19 24 43 43.5

24 24 20 11 13 92 67.6

FURMAN 12/21/09

56-73 L

24-62

.387 1-8 .125 7-14 .500

21 20 41 43.2

24 14 34 6 16 56 66.3

at Bowling Green 12/23/09

68-89 L

28-58

.483 6-14 .429 6-8 .750

10 26 36 42.5

23 24 26 11 9 68 66.5

GEORGE MASON 12/30/09

74-54 W

29-63

.460 4-13 .308 12-15 .800

17 24 41 42.4

21 21 23 4 12 74 67.2

ELON 1/2/10

85-66 W

33-69

.478 6-19 .316 13-19 .684

15 36 51 43.1

20 23 31 17 15 85 68.7

at Western Carolina 1/4/10

53-52 W

22-57

.386 0-9 .000 9-13 .692

12 32 44 43.2

16 6 18 7 6 53 67.5

RICHMOND 1/6/10

56-78 L

26-59

.441 3-11 .273

10 25 35 42.6

17 16 27 4 7 56 66.6

CHATTANOOGA 1/9/10

53-60 L

24-53

.453 3-10 .300 2-4 . 500

7

20 15 17 4 11 53 65.7

1-5 .200

23 30 41.7

SAMFORD 1/11/10

65-71 L

23-62

.371 4-12 .333 15-21 .714

14 21 35 41.3

26 15 14 6 11 65 65.7

at UNC Greensboro 1/16/10

72-57 W

29-54

.537 6-19 .316 8-13 .615

7

17 17 26 5 10 72 66.1

32 39 41.2

at Coll. of Charleston 1/18/10

66-63 WOT 27-65

.415 5-12 .417 7-18 .389

21 28 49 41.6

17 10 18 7 10 66 66.1

DAVIDSON 1/23/10

72-61 W

.443 2-12 .167 16-21 .762

17 29 46 41.8

17 12 17 11 10 72 66.4

27-61

at Wofford 1/30/10

62-54 W

23-63

.365 3-9 .333

13-25 .520

20 28 48 42.2

22 10 22 7 14 62 66.2

at Furman 2/1/10

58-53 W

21-47

.447 4-12 .333

12-14 .857

10 21 31 41.6

15 13 22 8 9 58 65.8

at Elon 2/6/10

73-54 W

25-71

.352 2-5 .400 21-31 .677

22 34 56 42.3

25 11 22 4 18 73 66.1

WESTERN CAROLINA 2/8/10

73-59 W

27-49

.551 3-9 .333 16-17 .941

8

23 31 41.8

15 18 22 6 9 73 66.4

at Chattanooga 2/13/10

56-59 L

25-55

.455 2-7 .286 4-8 .500

10 30 40 41.7

14 12 19 5 8 56 66.0

at Samford 2/15/10

66-55 W

21-56

.375 10-19 .526 14-16 .875

16 29 45 41.8

19 15 16 3 9 66 66.0

UNC GREENSBORO 2/20/10

67-49 W

28-63

.444 8-17 .471

3-6 .500

18 25 43 41.9

17 24 20 6 10 67 66.0

COLL. OF CHARLESTON 2/22/10

70-54 W

26-63

.413 5-16 .313

13-17 .765

14 36 50 42.2

14 17 14 4 7 70 66.1

WOFFORD 2/25/10

76-62 W

26-69

.377 5-13 .385

19-25 .760

17 25 42 42.2

25 19 16 7 17 76 66.5

at Georgia Southern 2/27/10

73-77 L

27-54

.500 5-12 .417

14-23 .609

9

22 12 12 2 8 73 66.7

16 25 41.6

vs. Furman 3/6/10

71-53 W

25-59

.424 5-11 .455

16-23 .696

17 35 52 41.9

17 20 13 10 4 71 66.9

vs. Samford 3/7/10

53-66 L

25-57

.439 0-6 .000

3-7 .429

18 23 41 41.9

20 16 23 2 7 53 66.4

at Charleston Southern 3/18/10

62-47 W

20-50

.400 2-10 .200

20-25 .800

13 40 53 42.2

20 9 19 7 4 62 66.3

FAIRFIELD 3/21/10

59-36 W

24-64

.375 3-10 .300

8-12 .667

22 36 58 42.7

11 16 25 4 11 59 66.1

COLL. OF CHARLESTON 3/25/10

77-58 W

27-58

.466 5-10 .500

18-28 .643

19 31 50 42.9

19 16 23 3 12 77 66.4

MEMPHIS 3/28/10

79-71 W

30-68

.441 6-20 .300

13-19 .684

18 25 43 42.9

20 21 19 7 13 79 66.7

Appalachian State

2336 900-2084

.432 149-434 .343

387-599 .646

522 981 1503 42.9 691 556 744 223 348 2336 66.7

Opponents

2191 743-2075

.358 210-661 .318

495-702 .705

466 784 1250 35.7 555 478 639 123 354 2191 62.6

Games Played: 35 Rebounds/Game: 42.9 Points/Game: 66.7

Assists/Game: 15.9

FG Pct: 43.2 Turnovers/Game: 21.3 3FG Pct: 34.3 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.7 FT Pct: 64.6

Steals/Game: 9.9

Blocks/Game: 6.4

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2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

Opponent Date Score

Total

3-Pointers

Free throws

fg-fga pct 3fg-fga pct ft-fta pct

Rebounds

off def tot avg pf a t/o blk stl pts avg

at Marshall 11/13/09

63-58 W

18-74

.243 6-26 .231 16-25 .640

22 22 44 44.0

14 15 11 5 14 58 58.0

CHARLOTTE 11/20/09

57-74 L

23-69

.333 6-15 .400 22-27 .815

18 20 38 41.0

17 12 12 2 11 74 66.0

at Gardner-Webb 11/24/09

58-70 L

24-59

.407 8-13 .615 14-18 .778

13 24 37 39.7

19 20 19 4 8 70 67.3

at Pittsburgh 11/27/09

56-63 L

22-57

.386 4-16 .250 15-22 .682

10 26 36 38.8

14 18 12 5 4 63 66.2

vs. Miami (Ohio) 11/28/09

79-76 WOT 22-72

.306 5-18 .278 27-36 .750

20 19 39 38.8

27 10 13 4 13 76 68.2

GEORGIA SOUTHERN 12/2/09

68-73 L

.444 4-12 .333 21-25 .840

12 27 39 38.8

18 18 22 4 12 73 69.0

24-54

at Davidson 12/7/09

68-59 W

23-51

.451 3-11 .273 10-18 .556

9

28 37 38.6

20 15 23 2 8 59 67.6

E. TENNESSEE STATE 12/17/09

92-87 W

32-77

.416 9-24 .375 14-25 .560

26 23 49 39.9

16 16 21 5 10 87 70.0

FURMAN 12/21/09

56-73 L

24-55

.436 5-12 .417 20-30 .667

15 21 36 39.4

17 16 25 3 16 73 70.3

at Bowling Green 12/23/09

68-89 L

28-69

.406 14-28 .500 19-26 .731

17 20 37 39.2

15 21 14 3 12 89 72.2

GEORGE MASON 12/30/09

74-54 W

19-48

.396 2-3 .667 14-19 .737

8

19 27 38.1

12 10 26 1 10 54 70.5

ELON 1/2/10

85-66 W

21-75

.280 3-13 .231 21-24 .875

20 25 45 38.7

16 6 28 3 17 66 70.2

at Western Carolina 1/4/010

53-52 W

18-69

.261 4-17 .235 12-15 .800

23 25 48 39.4

11 7 16 3 12 52 68.8

RICHMOND 1/6/10

56-78 L

31-68

.456 4-16 .250 12-17 .706

14 26 40 39.4

12 18 14 5 20 78 69.4

CHATTANOOGA 1/9/10

53-60 L

16-47

.340 10-28 .357 18-25 .720

13 23 36 39.2

8 12 17 2 5 6 0 68.8

SAMFORD 1/11/10

65-71 L

21-45

.467 8-21 .381

21-26

7

18 14 20 5 4 71 68.9

at UNC Greensboro 1/16/10

72-57 W

19-60

.317 5-17 .294

14-24 .583

14 22 36 38.8

13 11 20 1 15 57 68.2

at Coll. of Charleston 1/18/10

66-63 WOT 26-63

.413 6-20 .300

5-7 .714

10 24 34 38.5

16 16 18 5 9 63 67.9

. 808

28 35 38.9

DAVIDSON 1/23/10

72-61 W

21-59

.356 9-23 .391

10-14 .714

9

19 28 37.9

16 11 14 3 6 61 67.6

at Wofford 1/30/10

62-54 W

17-57

.298 6-20 .300

14-19 .737

14 25 39 38.0

19 9 22 2 11 54 66.9

at Furman 2/1/10

58-53 W

19-60

.317 7-20 .350

8-11 .727

21 17 38 38.0

15 13 19 2 9 5 3 66.2

at Elon 2/6/10

73-54 W

17-58

.293 2-16 .125

18-31 .581

15 28 43 38.2

23 8 31 8 10 54 65.7

WESTERN CAROLINA 2/8/10

73-59 W

23-58

.397 3-11 .273

10-14 .714

13 14 27 37.7

16 14 19 3 9 59 65.4

at Chattanooga 2/13/10

56-59 L

21-58

.362 9-25 .360

8-11 .727

9

22 31 37.5

11 15 12 2 6 59 65.1

at Samford 2/15/10

66-55 W

18-53

.340 7-27 .259

12-16 .750

8

21 29 37.1

16 14 12 3 9 55 64.7

UNC GREENSBORO 2/20/10

67-49 W

20-57

.351 2-15 .133

7-11 .636

15 18 33 37.0

8 13 21 4 14 49 64.1

COLL. OF CHARLESTON 2/22/10

70-54 W

18-59

.305 10-26 .385

8-12 .667

8

25 33 36.8

13 13 14 1 8 54 63.7

WOFFORD 2/25/10

76-62 W

20-51

.392 7-17 .412

15-25 .600

10 28 38 36.9

20 14 29 12 4 62 63.7

at Georgia Southern 2/27/10

73-77 L

24-50

.480 7-21 .333

22-23 .957

11 22 33 36.7

13 20 16 1 4 77 64.1

vs. Furman 3/6/10

71-53 W

19-59

.322 4-22 .182

11-20 .550

10 22 32 36.6

23 14 10 5 4 53 63.8

vs. Samford 3/7/10

53-66 L

19-44

.432 11-25 .440

17-21 .810

4

15 19 36.0

12 18 13 1 8 66 63.8

at Charleston Southern 3/18/10

62-47 W

14-64

.219 7-37 .189

12-19 .632

14 21 35 36.0

18 7 11 2 12 47 63.3

FAIRFIELD 3/21/10

59-36 W

15-57

.263 3-16 .188

3-5 .600

COLL. OF CHARLESTON 3/25/10

77-58 W

20-60

.333 7-20 .350

11-20 .550

MEMPHIS 3/28/10

79-71 W

27-59

.458 3-10 .300

14-21 .667

Opponents

2191

743-2075 .358 210-661 .318

495-702 .705

466 784 1250 35.7 555 478 639 123 354 2191 62.6

2336

900-2084 .432 149-434 .343

387-599 .646

522 981 1503 42.9 691 556 744 223 348 2336 66.7

Appalachian State

Games Played: 35 Rebounds/Game: 35.7 Points/Game: 62.6

Assists/Game: 13.7

FG Pct: 35.8 Turnovers/Game: 18.3 3FG Pct: 31.8 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.7 FT Pct: 70.5

Steals/Game: 10.1

Blocks/Game: 3.5

2009-10 STATISTICS

54

7

22 29 35.8

16 18 34

35.7

11 25 36 35.7

11 13 20 8 18 36 62.5 19 13 22 1 12 58 62.4 19 14 23 3 10 71 62.6


2009-10 box scores

Game 1 Appalachian State at Marshall

11/13/09 • 7p.m. • at Huntington, W.Va. (Cam Henderson Center) VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (1-0) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 6-16 0-2 2-3 7 2 14 6 8 35 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 10-15 3-7 0-0 8 0 23 0 9 37 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 4-6 0-0 1-2 8 3 9 0 4 30 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-5 0-0 1-2 7 1 7 1 1 21 32 FREEMAN, Anna 1-2 0-0 0-0 8 4 2 4 0 27 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 3 0 2 1 13 20 MEANS, Sade 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 2 18 44 DEWART, Ashlen 3-4 1-1 1-2 0 3 8 1 2 19 Totals 27-52 4-11 5-9 46 18 63 14 27 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Marshall (0-1) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 04 CROOK, Tynikki 3-6 0-0 3-9 5 4 9 2 3 23 05 MITCHELL, Alaya 1-10 0-1 1-2 6 2 3 5 2 30 21 DALE, Mystee 0-5 0-5 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 13 22 HANDY, Chantelle 2-14 0-6 2-4 7 2 6 1 1 25 33 HAMMOND, Alyssa 3-9 1-1 8-8 6 3 15 1 2 30 03 HENRIQUES, R. 3-9 3-7 2-2 2 1 11 2 0 14 10 KING, Kendra 2-7 0-0 0-0 5 1 4 0 2 21 11 RANDALL, Adrian 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 4 15 WOODS, Erica 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 8 24 HARRIS, Angelica 1-5 0-2 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 14 33 WALTERS, Tania 3-7 2-4 0-0 1 1 8 3 0 18 52 LISONBEE, Kamille 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Totals 18-74 6-26 16-25 44 14 58 15 11 200 Attendance: 388 Score by Periods Appalachian State Marshall

1st 31 19

2nd 32 39

Total 63 58

Game 2 Appalachian State vs. Charlotte

Game 3 Appalachian State at Gardner-Webb

VISITING TEAM: Charlotte (1-2)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (1-2)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (1-1)

HOME TEAM: Gardner-Webb (4-1)

11/20/09 • 7p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 10 FLOYD, Erin 2-11 0-1 5-6 4 4 9 0 2 29 20 SPRIGGS, Ashley 4-14 0-0 4-6 9 1 12 3 1 33 01 HUBBARD, Jabrenta 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 6 22 JONES, Aysha 9-16 2-4 7-7 6 3 27 3 3 31 24 MEADOR, Katie 2-8 2-7 2-4 2 1 8 2 2 31 03 HOLMES, Kendria 4-11 2-2 0-0 5 2 10 4 1 31 04 DOWE, Amanda 0-2 0-0 0-0 5 1 0 0 0 12 23 FORNEY, Jaquaria 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 7 30 HAILEY, Jennifer 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 1 6 44 COWARD, Rachelle 2-3 0-1 4-4 0 1 8 0 0 14 Totals 23-69 6-15 22-27 38 17 74 12 12 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 04 BURNETT, Meranda 1-3 1-1 0-0 1 0 3 2 2 22 11 VAITKUTE, Sandra 3-10 0-0 7-8 11 5 13 1 2 26 12 HUDSON, Dominique 2-5 1-3 4-5 1 4 9 9 4 35 23 POPE, LaTroya 6-14 2-4 0-0 6 3 14 0 3 36 24 ROUNDTREE, M. 7-14 0-0 3-5 2 1 17 3 3 34 05 DILLARD, Brianna 1-3 1-1 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 6 15 HUDSON, Monique 4-9 3-4 0-0 4 2 11 5 2 22 32 EPPS, Courtney 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 3 34 MCLEAN, Sherika 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0 1 10 43 WINKLER, Breynna 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 6 Totals 24-59 8-13 14-18 37 19 70 20 19 200

Attendance: 287 Score by Periods Charlotte ASU

Attendance: 120 Score by Periods ASU Gardner-Webb

1st 27 28

2nd 47 29

Total 74 57

BOONE, N.C.-Appalachian State University women’s basketball took a one point lead into the break, but Charlotte came storming back in the second half, outscoring the Mountaineers by 18 points to earn a 74-57 win over the Apps in the Holmes Center.

Tania Walters drained a three-pointer to pull Marshall within its narrowest margin of the night at the 5 point mark as the Thundering Herd tried to stage comeback in the final minutes of action. Fortunately for the Black and Gold, Ramirez continued with her hot-shooting, scoring her 23rd point of the evening and tying her career-high.

The loss is Appalachian’s first of the 2009-10 campaign and drops the Black and Gold to 1-1 on the young season, while UNCC improves to 1-2 overall. The defeat also gives Charlotte a five-game winning streak in the series, matching its longest between the two teams.

The Mountaineers started the game on fire, going up 16-3 off of six Ramirez points, with freshman Ashlen Dewart chipping in five of her own. Seven points by Ramirez in the waning minutes of first half action and a made free throw by Courtney Freeman gave the Black and Gold a 31-19 advantage heading into the break. Poor shooting hindered the Thundering Herd, as they shot a dismal 12.9 percent during the first half. Marshall picked up its play during second half action, with Alyssa Hammond scoring two free throws and Chantelle Handy hitting a jumper to pull MU within 10 points at the 17 minute mark.

The 49ers came out strong in second half action, going on a 7-0 run to put ASU behind 34-28. The score was tied on two more occasions and for the final time at 37 all before Charlotte took control of the game. An 8-0 49er run proved to be too much for the Mountaineers who found themselves facing a 44-38 deficit. Two Canesha Edwards free throws moved Appalachian back within six points, but that would be as close as it would get, as an 11-2 Charlotte streak put the final dagger in the Apps hopes of earning a win, pushing the score to 66-50 with a little under three minutes to play. It was all guard Aysha Jones for the 49ers, as the senior scored a career-high 27 points, including 25 in the second half to pace the deadly Charlotte attack. The Mountaineers came out on fire to start the game and were poised to take control of the contest, grabbing an early 11-3 lead, thanks in part to seven Sam Ramirez points. Appalachian’s first half defense was solid as well, making Charlotte earn seven of its first twelve points from the charity stripe.

Despite Marshall’s effort, sophomore guard Chakeitha Weldon came alive for the Apps, scoring seven straight points for Appalachian to help ASU keep a 14 point cushion.

First half action was tied for the final time at 19 apiece, before a Kelsey Sharkey three pointer gave ASU a 22-21 advantage. Edwards drained a jumper with 30 seconds to play to give the Apps a 28-27 lead heading into halftime.

A late 9-2 Marshall run pulled the Thundering Herd within seven points, making the score 55-48 within a little under five minutes to play.

The Black and Gold have now headed into intermission in both games this season leading their opponent, but unlike ASU’s win over Marshall, Charlotte outplayed the Apps in the second half and were able to notch the win.

ASU however was able to stave off Marshall and capture the thrilling five point victory. Along with Ramirez, Weldon scored a career-high 14 points to go along with a team-high six assists. As for Marshall, Hammond and Rashedah Henriques both scored in doublefigures with Hammond tallying 15 and Henriques 11. Appalachian now moves to 18-22 all-time in season-openers, notching its first season-opening win since 2006-07 when defeating Central Florida in the Holmes Center. Continuing with the two team’s rivalry, now 24 of the squad’s 40 meetings have been decided by a single digit margin.

2009-10 BOX SCORES

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-5 1-4 4-6 4 2 7 2 3 25 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 5-9 2-4 0-0 4 3 12 4 3 33 20 MEANS, Sade 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 1 1 10 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-6 0-1 0-0 3 5 8 4 2 36 44 DEWART, Ashlen 4-6 0-0 2-2 1 5 10 0 5 13 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-2 0-0 1-2 3 0 1 0 0 12 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 6 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 3-9 0-0 1-4 5 4 7 2 6 30 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 6-10 0-0 0-1 5 2 12 1 3 34 42 HACKETT, Haley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 23-48 3-9 9-17 31 22 58 14 24 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-6 1-1 3-4 7 2 10 1 6 28 32 FREEMAN, Anna 3-9 1-3 0-0 9 5 7 2 5 26 44 DEWART, Ashlen 2-9 0-1 0-0 5 3 4 2 3 31 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 0-2 0-2 2-4 0 0 2 0 0 4 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 4-9 2-5 2-2 4 2 12 2 0 37 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-4 1-3 0-0 3 3 3 2 1 16 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 4-7 0-0 4-4 6 5 12 1 9 25 20 MEANS, Sade 0-3 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 0 3 15 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 2 0 4 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 2-5 0-0 2-2 8 3 6 0 5 14 Totals 19-54 5-16 14-18 48 25 57 12 33 200

HUNTINGTON, W.VA.- Junior guard Sam Ramirez drilled a jumper with 16 seconds left, increasing ASU’s lead to five points and helping Appalachian State University women’s basketball earn its first season-opening win on the road since the 2001-02 season, defeating Marshall 63-58 at the Cam Henderson Center.

Freshman Anna Freeman came up big as well, recording the team’s 10th block of the night, tying a team single-season block record set back in 2005, as she swatted an Alaya Mitchell three point attempt to ensure that Marshall’s late rally would come up short.

11/24/09 • 7p.m. • at Boiling Springs, N.C. (Paul Porter Arena)

Appalachian did not help itself as turnovers proved to doom to the Black and Gold. ASU totaled 33 turnovers on the evening, including 18 in the second half. Charlotte was able to capitalize on the Apps coughing up the ball, as they scored a stout 44 points off of ASU’s turnovers, along with tallying 19 second-chance points. On the offensive front, three Mountaineers finished the game in double-figure scoring with Ramirez and Edwards each recording a team-high 12 points. Freshman Courtney Freeman chipped in 10 points as well, to go along with seven rebounds.

55

1st 24 42

2nd 34 28

Total 58 70

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball outscored Gardner-Webb by six points in second-half action and shot 54 percent from the field, but was unable to overcome an 18 point halftime deficit as the Mountaineers fell to the Runnin’ Bulldogs for the third straight season at the Paul Porter Arena. With the loss, Appalachian drops to 1-2 on the season having now lost two straight contests, while Gardner-Webb improves to a stout 4-1 overall and is now on a four game winning streak. After trailing 42-24 headed into the intermission, Appalachian came out on fire in the opening minutes of the second half, as the Apps outscored GWU 9-2 to make the score 44-33 just four minutes into action. Freshman Courtney Freeman paced the offensive attack, hitting two layups and Sam Ramirez contributed as well nailing a trey to open second half play. The Mountaineers continued with their deadly offensive assault as Catherine Williams, Anna Freeman and Ashlen Dewart all chipped away at the deficit to cut the Runnin’ Bulldogs lead to just nine points. Ramirez and Courtney Freeman tied for a team-high 12 points, while Dewart recorded 10. Just as it seemed ASU was going to stage a comeback, back to back three pointers from Dominique Hudson and LaTroya Pope were too much, pushing GWU’s advantage to 64-49 with a little under five minutes to go. Kelsey Sharkey drained the next five points of the game, but a final Pope trey at the 1:15 mark sealed Gardner-Webb’s 12 point win. It was a tale of two halves, as Appalachian tallied the first five points of the game, but a 10-0 run coupled with a 6-0 run by the Runnin’ Bulldogs was all the Black and Gold could handle, falling behind 26-11 with Monique Hudson unstoppable from behind the three point line. Hudson drained three of four from behind the arc, totaling 11 points on the evening. Margaret Roundtree was strong on the offensive front for Gardner-Webb as well, scoring a game-high 17 points, to go along with three assists and two turnovers.


2009-10 box scores

Game 4 Appalachian State at No. 20 Pittsburgh

Game 5 Appalachian State vs. Miami (Ohio)

Game 6 Appalachian State vs. Georgia Southern

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (1-3)

VISITING TEAM: Miami (Ohio) (1-4)

VISITING TEAM: Georgia Southern (2-4, 1-0 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 4-11 0-0 6-8 4 4 14 3 3 35 32 Freeman, Anna 2-6 0-1 0-0 10 5 4 7 4 36 44 DEWART, Ashlen 7-12 1-2 1-2 9 2 16 1 5 35 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 2-9 2-5 0-0 5 0 6 7 4 40 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 4-10 0-0 1-1 5 5 9 1 0 26 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 3-9 1-3 0-0 3 2 7 0 2 19 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 7 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Totals 22-58 4-11 8-11 41 20 56 19 19 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 04 HENCKE, Rachael 4-13 0-0 7-7 5 4 15 1 2 36 12 PITTS, Lillian 2-8 0-0 4-8 5 4 8 0 1 25 41 BROWN, Ashleigh 3-1 0-0 2-2 9 5 8 1 2 34 02 BOYER, Maggie 2-11 1-5 2-3 1 2 7 2 2 30 10 OSBORN, Courtney 8-20 3-9 6-10 5 5 25 2 3 42 11 WISNER, Erin 1-3 0-0 4-4 3 4 6 0 1 23 14 OSWALT, Michelle 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 1 0 4 23 REED, Courtney 1-3 1-2 2-2 0 2 5 1 1 12 32 DUNLAP, Briana 1-4 0-2 0-0 0 0 2 2 1 14 45 OLOWINSKI, Kirsten 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 5 Totals 22-72 5-18 27-36 39 27 76 10 1 225 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 15 OGBURN, J’Lisia 6-12 0-0 4-5 8 4 16 3 1 26 34 GEIGER, Jessica 4-6 1-1 0-2 6 2 9 3 3 24 04 WHITNEY, Carolyn 3-10 1-4 9-10 8 3 16 2 2 30 05 NAVARRO, Jamie 2-5 0-3 2-2 2 1 6 5 1 26 11 TATE, Krista 4-7 0-0 2-2 6 2 10 1 5 27 03 WILSON, Janay 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 1 2 1 7 18 12 IVY, Candice 2-5 0-0 2-2 1 2 6 1 0 15 25 FRYE, Meredith 1-2 1-2 0-0 3 1 3 1 2 15 40 SCOTT, Briana 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 9 42 WILLIAMS, Samantha 1-4 1-2 0-0 1 2 3 1 1 10 Totals 24-54 4-12 21-25 39 18 73 18 22 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (2-3)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (2-4, 0-1 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 2-4 0-0 9-12 6 4 13 0 6 23 32 FREEMAN, Anna 8-14 2-3 0-1 19 5 18 5 4 44 44 DEWART, Ashlen 7-13 2-2 2-6 14 4 18 2 1 42 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 4-15 2-6 1-2 7 1 11 6 3 35 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-11 0-0 2-7 3 4 8 1 3 40 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-5 0-0 0-2 2 1 2 0 3 8 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 1-2 0-0 3-4 2 4 5 2 3 22 20 MEANS, Sade 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 3 4 2 1 11 Totals 28-67 6-11 17-34 60 26 79 18 25 225

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 4-13 0-0 1-3 9 3 9 4 5 35 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-12 3-5 0-0 6 4 13 2 4 31 44 DEWART, Ashlen 5-9 0-0 4-10 10 5 14 1 2 24 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 1 0 12 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 5-14 3-11 1-2 3 3 14 4 5 40 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 3-7 1-4 2-5 8 4 9 1 1 29 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 3-5 1-1 0-1 0 3 7 3 2 12 20 MEANS, Sade 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 2 1 2 9 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 1 8 Totals 26-64 8-21 8-21 42 25 68 18 23 200

11/27/09 • 1 p.m. • at Pittsburgh, Pa. (Petersen Events Center)

HOME TEAM: Pittsburgh (4-0) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 22 COLE, Chelsea 3-6 0-0 4-4 9 1 10 2 0 34 40 WILSON, Pepper 0-2 0-0 1-2 0 3 1 1 0 16 10 HARRISON, Taneisha 4-17 1-7 0-2 3 2 9 4 2 38 14 SIMS, Jania 3-10 2-3 8-10 3 1 16 6 4 37 25 SCOTT, Shayla 7-14 1-5 2-2 11 1 17 2 2 32 02 SALLARD, Sophronia 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 1 2 2 2 20 12 THOMAS, Brittaney 2-4 0-1 0-0 0 4 4 1 1 11 24 OGOKE, Sarah 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 32 NWUDE, Selena 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 1 6 50 POPOVEC, Katie 1-2 0-0 0-2 1 1 2 0 0 4 Totals 22-57 4-16 15-22 36 14 63 18 12 200 Attendance: 2533 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 30 26 56 Pittsburgh 29 34 63 PITTSBURGH, PA.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball had a 56-53 lead with 3:04 to go in the game against the No.20 team in the country, but a 9-0 Pittsburgh run to close out the contest, gave the Panthers the thrilling 63-56 victory at the Petersen Events center. With the loss, ASU drops to 1-3 on the season and 1-2 on the road, while Pittsburgh improves to a stout 4-0 on the season with all four victories coming on their home floor. Pittsburgh acted like the veteran squad in the early goings of the contest as they grabbed a 6-0 advantage, with Shayla Scott draining a three pointer to contribute to the Panthers lead. However, the Mountaineers quickly responded as freshman Ashlen Dewart stepped up her game, hitting three straight layups along with Sam Ramirez drilling two treys to give ASU the 12-8 lead. Dewart finished the contest with a career-high 16 points and hauled in nine boards. The score was then tied at the 12 all mark, but the Apps pushed ahead 18-12 thanks in part to five Catherine Williams points. Pittsburgh came storming back going on an 11-1 run to earn a 27-23 lead with a little over two minutes left to play in the half. It was all Jania Sims on the offensive front for the Panthers, scoring seven points during PU’s streak. Appalachian answered, going a 7-2 run of their own with Kelsey Sharkey hitting a three and a layup in the waning seconds of the half to give the Apps a 30-29 advantage headed into the break. It was the third time in four games that the Black and Gold headed into intermission with the lead. The second half was hotly contested as it was tied on four different occasions, before Dewart got hot from behind the arc and hit a three pointer with 7:31 play to put the Mountaineers up 50-47. Two Williams free throws increased the Apps lead to five points at the 52-47 mark, but back-to-back Pittsburgh layups put the Panthers back into the contest. Williams was also impressive for ASU offensively, scoring 14 points to go along with four rebounds. The Mountaineers were strong in the paint, outscoring the Panthers 26-20 under the basket. The Apps also posted a season-best 19 assists to go along with a season-low 19 turnovers. Despite Pittsburgh chipping away, Appalachian maintained its advantage and was up 56-53 off a Williams layup with 3:04 to play. Unfortunately for the Mountaineers that would be the last bucket of the contest as the Panthers came alive in the final minutes of the contest and were able to eek out the 63-56 victory, with Sims scoring seven in the Panthers nine point run.

11/28/09 • 4 p.m. • at Pittsburgh, Pa. (Petersen Events Center)

Attendance: 2357 Score by Periods Miami (OH) Appalachian State

1st 28 39

2nd 42 31

OT Total 6 76 9 79

PITTSBURGH, PA.- After falling behind 69-67 with under 24 seconds to play in regula-

tion, freshman Ashlen Dewart nailed a three pointer with 2.1 seconds to play to tie the contest for the eighth time at 70 all, sending the game into overtime. Freshman phenoms Dewart and Anna Freeman continued with their deadly offensive assault in the extra period, as Appalachian State University women’s basketball was able to pull out the 79-76 thriller over MAC foe Miami (Ohio) at the Petersen Events Center. With the victory, ASU now snaps a three game losing streak and improves to 2-3 on the season, earning their first overtime win since beating Elon back in 2008. The Black and Gold have now evened the series with the RedHawks, as Miami drops to 1-4 overall and Appalachian has now and gained both victories this season on the road. Miami was poised to take control of the game early on as the RedHawks notched a 10-2 advantage off of six points from Courtney Osborn. Osborn was stout offensively for MU, recording 13 of their first 20 points. She finished the game with a career-high 25 points. The Mountaineers however would not give up, posting a 23-7 run to regain the lead at the 30-22 mark with four minutes to play in the first half. The spark for ASU came from the bench as sophomore Canesha Edwards drained two free throws to cut Appalachian’s deficit to just seven points. The lift was all Appalachian needed, as Anna Freeman scored 10 points during the run and Sam Ramirez added in two three pointers of her own. Freeman was absolutley unstoppable throughout the contest, recording her first doubledouble of her career, scoring 18 points and hauling in a game-high 19 rebounds. She also had five assists, five steals and tied a single game school record with seven blocks. The advantage was all ASU on the glass, as the Apps out-rebounded Miami 60-39. Applachian continued its strong play and grabbed a 39-28 advantage into the break. The RedHawks came out on fire in the second, with Osborn and Maggie Boyer pacing the attack, as Boyer sank a jumper and trey to cut Appalachian’s lead to 51-50 at the 10:08 mark. Catherine Williams kept the Mountaineers lead alive as she tallied 11 points, with eight of them coming from the charity stripe. Despite Williams’ solid effort, an Erin Wisner layup with a little over three minutes to play gave the RedHawks their first lead of the second half, going up 62-61. The two squads traded buckets over the course of the final minutes and it appeared Miami would come away with the win, leading 68-67, but Edwards came up huge for ASU, drawing an offensive foul on Osborn as the clock ticked to 30 seconds and ASU was able to rally and send the game into OT.

Sims finished the game with 16 points, while Shayla Scott led all-scorers with 17.

The Apps dominated Miami in the extra session and eeked out the three point victory.

ASU also dominated the Panthers on the boards outrebounding Pittsburgh 41-36 and tallying four blocks, with freshman Anna Freeman leading Appalachian in both categories, grabbing a team-high 10 boards and swatting the ball three times.

In addition to Anna Freeman posting a standout performance, Dewart finished the game with a career-high 18 points and 14 boards, while two other Mountaineers ended the contest in double-figures as well.

Despite losing by seven points, the Mountaineers absolutely dominated Big East foe Pittsburgh, as the Panthers led just three times throughout the contest for no more than two minutes.

2009-10 BOX SCORES

For her efforts, Freeman was named to the all-tournament team for the Pittsburgh Thanksgiving Tournament.

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12/2/09 • 7 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

Attendance: 222 Score by Periods Georgia Southern ASU

1st 29 22

2nd 44 46

Total 73 68

BOONE, N.C. - Appalachian State University women’s basketball was able to cut a 15 point deficit to as close as three points with under a minute to play, but it was not enough as the Mountaineers came up short, falling to SoCon foe Georgia Southern 73-68 at the Holmes Center. The win snaps a four-game losing streak for the Lady Eagles and gives them their first road win of the 2009-10 campaign, improving them to 2-4 overall and 1-0 in league play. On the other hand, the loss drops the Apps to 2-4 on the season and 0-1 in conference action. The Black and Gold came out strong, grabbing a 20-15 advantage of an Anna Freeman trey and a layup and the ensuing made free throw by Courtney Freeman at the 8:45 mark. The Mountaineers continued to lead and the score was tied for the final time at 22 all, before Georgia Southern closed out the first half on a 14-2 run. J’Lisia Ogburn accounted for four Lady Eagles points during the streak, while Krista Tate and Jamie Navarro got in on the action as well. A made Ashlen Dewart layup at the 4:37 mark was Appalachian’s last bucket of the first half, as Georgia Southern took a 29-22 lead heading into the break. Just over three minutes into second half action, GSU went ahead by 15 points, going up 39-24 with Carolyn Whitney pacing the deadly Lady Eagle attack. Another Sam Ramirez three-pointer and two made Dewart free throws cut GSU’s lead to just seven at the 13:32 mark. Dewart continued her hot shooting, draining Appalachian’s next three points to keep ASU within six points. Dewart finished the evening with her second-straight double-double, recording 14 points and hauling in 10 rebounds. Appalachian tried to stage a comeback, as Chakeitha Weldon tallied her first points of the contest to make the score 65-60 with two and a half minutes to go. Weldon continued to come up big, drilling a trey with 47.8 seconds left on the clock, as she scored all seven of her points in the final minutes of action. The three points was the closest it got as to final free throws by Whitney sealed the five-point victory for Georgia Southern. Free throws continued to be the achilles heel for the Mountaineers, who went a dismal 8-21 from the charity stripe, while their opponents went a stout 25-21 good enough for 84 percent. Along with Dewart, Anna Freeman and Ramirez ended the game in double figures, tallying 14 and 13 points respectively, while Whitney and Ogburn led all scorers posting 16 points in the contest.


2009-10 box scores

Game 7 Appalachian State at Davidson

Game 8 Appalachian State vs. East Tennessee State

Game 9 Appalachian State vs. Furman

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (3-4, 1-1 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: ETSU (3-4)

VISITING TEAM: FURMAN (3-9, 1-3 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 32 FREEMAN, Anna 3-8 0-3 2-5 9 4 8 1 2 24 44 DEWART, Ashlen 8-14 0-1 0-2 5 4 16 0 1 23 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 6-11 3-7 2-4 1 2 17 2 3 39 20 MEANS, Sade’ 2-7 0-0 0-0 4 1 4 5 2 25 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-8 0-0 1-2 9 1 5 2 0 30 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 7 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 4-9 0-1 4-8 5 3 12 3 4 30 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 3-3 0-0 0-0 0 2 6 2 3 22 Totals 28-60 3-12 9-21 37 18 68 15 15 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 22 wiles, taRonda 11-23 3-7 2-2 10 1 27 2 4 40 24 AUSTIN, Tosha 1-5 0-0 1-2 11 5 3 0 3 25 25 WASHINGTON, Gwen 6-16 1-4 2-2 5 0 15 1 5 30 00 DAVIS, Tara 2-6 1-4 6-11 2 3 11 6 3 27 12 robinson, iesha 7-11 3-5 2-4 5 2 19 5 2 39 03 PICKWELL, Natalie 4-10 1-3 0-0 4 0 9 0 1 11 11 GORDON, Tarita 0-4 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 2 2 13 50 BENEDICT, Ashley 1-2 0-0 1-4 3 3 3 0 1 15 Totals 32-77 9-24 14-25 49 16 87 16 21 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 24 TROUTMAN, Susan 2-6 0-0 0-0 6 1 4 3 1 19 40 LEDFORD, Lakyn 3-3 0-0 3-6 8 5 9 2 2 32 11 STEPHENS, Lee 1-10 0-2 7-8 4 3 9 2 6 39 20 THOMPSON, Raegan 3-7 2-4 6-10 4 1 14 1 0 27 21 HOLTFRETER, Kali 5-10 3-6 0-0 2 0 13 3 3 31 01 O’CONNOR, Kelly 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 4 7 14 MURPHY, Kaitlin 4-10 0-0 4-4 1 3 12 4 7 22 23 BERRY, Kendra 6-9 0-0 0-2 5 4 12 1 1 24 Totals 24-55 5-12 20-30 36 17 73 16 25 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (4-4)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (4-5, 1-2 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 5-10 0-0 3-4 5 2 13 2 0 23 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-8 0-2 0-2 4 5 10 3 1 24 44 DEWART, Ashlen 12-20 1-2 5-8 14 2 30 2 2 36 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 8-14 4-7 1-1 5 3 21 6 5 35 20 MEANS, Sade 1-5 1-2 0-0 1 3 3 3 1 17 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 2-9 2-4 1-2 5 3 7 5 4 29 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 1-4 0-1 2-2 2 4 4 1 3 21 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 1-2 0-0 2-2 4 2 4 2 4 13 Totals 35-72 8-18 14-21 43 24 92 24 20 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 2 4 1 1 26 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-11 0-2 0-0 8 4 10 0 2 28 44 DEWART, Ashlen 6-18 0-2 4-5 6 3 16 4 5 38 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 0 3 1 0 13 20 MEANS, Sade 2-4 0-0 0-2 3 3 4 4 6 17 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 4-9 0-1 0-0 5 4 8 0 6 30 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 0-5 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 1 10 20 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 4 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 4-6 0-0 3-7 9 5 11 3 4 23 Totals 24-62 1-8 7-14 41 24 56 14 34 200 Attendance: 213 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total FURMAN 38 35 73 Appalachian State 25 31 56

12/7/09 • 7 p.m. • at Davidson, N.C. (John Belk Arena)

HOME TEAM: Davidson (2-7, 2-1 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 14 DAVIS, sarah 3-6 0-1 0-1 5 4 6 0 2 20 35 PAQUETTE, Julia 4-6 0-0 3-6 5 4 11 2 2 30 10 THOMPSON, Alex 2-6 0-2 0-0 0 3 4 4 5 40 24 LAX, Ashley 1-4 1-3 0-0 2 2 3 0 4 20 32 SITTON, Barbara 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 19 02 LAUNE, Monica 3-3 1-1 2-2 1 0 9 4 3 15 20 WOODINGTON, Chloe 1-4 0-2 1-2 1 3 3 3 3 14 21 ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S 7-16 1-2 4-6 16 2 19 1 2 30 25 CALIN, Jasmine 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 1 42 JOHNSEN, Kristen 2-2 0-0 0-1 2 2 4 1 0 11 Totals 23-51 3-11 10-18 37 20 59 15 23 200 Attendance: 372 Score by Periods Appalachian State Davidson

1st 33 25

2nd 35 34

Total 68 59

DAVIDSON, N.C. - Appalachian State University women’s basketball led by as many as 18 points, and was able to hang on for a nine point victory at Davidson’s Belk Arena, defeating the Wildcats 68-59 in the second straight meeting on DC’s home floor. The victory marked the first time the Black and Gold handed the Wildcats back-to-back losses on their home court since winning at Davidson in both 2002 and 2003. With the win ASU also captures its first SoCon victory of the season improving to 3-4 overall and 1-1 in league play and hands Davidson its first conference loss of the 2009-10 campaign, as DC drops to 2-7 on the season and 2-1 in the SoCon. The Mountaineers posted a 50-34 advantage with a little over 12 minutes to play in the contest, but a 17-6 streak by the Wildcats made it a 56-51 game at the 8:21 mark. Sophia Aleksandravicius paced the Wildcat attack, as she came alive for DC, tallying nine points in the streak. Aleksandravicius scored a game-high 19 points and hauled in a game-best 16 boards. Despite Davidson trying to chip away, Appalachian would not relinquish its lead, as Ashlen Dewart, Anna Freeman and Sade Means all contributed for the Apps on the offensive front. Final free throws by Sam Ramirez and Chakeitha Weldon down the stretch ensured Appalachian’s thrilling win. The score was knotted at the 14 all at 10:56 in the first half, but an 11-2 run by the Mountaineers put the Apps up 25-16. Catherine Williams poured in four points during the streak, while Weldon and Dewart each tallied two. Although she was feeling under the weather, Dewart continued her post dominance scoring in double-figures for the fifth straight game, recording 16 points to go along with five rebounds. Davidson picked up its pace, scoring six straight to pull within five, but a trey by Ramirez to end the half kept the Mountaineers lead at eight heading into the break. Ramirez was also impressive on the offensive front, tallying a Mountaineer-best 17 points, while she had three steals and dished out two assists. Appalachian started second half play on fire pouring in five straight points, but Davidson came storming back to cut ASU’s lead as close as five. Strong play down the stretch helped the Black and Gold capture the win.

12/17/09 • 5 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

Attendance: 372 Score by Periods ETSU appalachian State

1st 45 47

2nd 42 45

Total 87 92

BOONE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball found itself down by as many as nine points in the second-half thanks in part to a 15-0 East Tennessee State run, but the Mountaineers staged a thrilling comeback and were able to capture a five point victory over their former SoCon rival, winning 92-87 at the Holmes Center. The victory gives the Apps their first home win of the 2009-10 season and improves ASU to an even 4-4 on the season, while the loss drops the Lady Bucs to 3-4 overall. After Appalachian led at the break by two points, ETSU came out on fire in second half action, as the Lady Bucs scored fifteen straight un-answered points to go ahead 64-57 with a little under 12 minutes to play in the contest. Gwen Washington and TaRonda Wiles paced ETSU’s deadly offensive assault, accounting for 13 of the points during the run. Wiles finished the game with a season-high 27 points and 10 rebounds. However, Appalachian would not back down as Sade’ Means drilled her first trey of the season to give the Black and Gold some life and pull within six points. Teammates Courtney Freeman and Chakeitha Weldon followed suit chipping away at ETSU’s lead, as a Freeman layup cut ASU’s deficit to three. The spark helped the Mountaineers get hot late, as the Apps posted a 15-3 run to close out the game, which proved to be the difference-maker in the contest. Freshman Ashlen Dewart was unstoppable and came up big for the Apps during the run, scoring nine points, including seven in a row. The Spartanburg, S.C. native was yet again dominate, totaling a game and careerhigh 30 points against the Lady Bucs, along with hauling in a game-best 14 boards. The performance marked Dewart’s third double-double of her career and was the sixth time this season she finished a game in double-figures scoring. The first half was hotly contested as a the two teams traded buckets, with junior Sam Ramirez scoring the first seven points of the game for the Mountaineers. A 6-0 ETSU run put the Lady Bucs up 21-17, but Appalachian continued to battle with Ramirez draining yet another trey to put Appalachian back on top by two. Ramirez was impressive on the night as well, pouring in all 21 of her points in the first half, going 4-7 from behind the arc. She also dished out six assists and had five steals. Ramirez tallied 11 more points in the half, while a Dewart layup gave ASU the 47-45 advantage heading into the break. After falling behind by nine in the second, ASU rallied a comeback and free throws proved to be crucial for the Mountaineers down the stretch with Dewart, Kelsey Sharkey and Courtney Freeman sinking six to ensure the victory. Notes: ASU’s 2-1 record in December gives the Apps their best start to the month since the 2006-07 season ... Appalachian swatted a total of 11 blocks as a team, setting a new single season team block record set back in 2005 ... the win gives a Darcie Vincent coached team its first over a squad that earned a postseason berth a season ago and first over ETSU ... Dewart’s 30 points were the most scored by an Appalachian player, since Maria Grimes had 33 against Georgia Southern on January 20, 2007 ... the 92 points were Appalachian’s most of the season, and most since scoring 92 against Wofford back in 2008.

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12/21/09 • 5 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

-BOONE, N.C.- A 21-4 run to close out the first half was all Southern Conference rival Furman needed, as the Paladins pushed past Appalachian State University women’s basketball, with the Mountaineers falling 73-56 on their home floor. Picking up the win, FU improves to 4-9 on the season and 2-3 in league play, while ASU snaps a two-game winning streak and drops to 4-5 overall and 1-2 in the SoCon. ASU got off to a solid start, going on an 8-1 run, thanks in part to six points by freshman Ashlen Dewart, putting the Apps up 15-8. Furman however would not give up, scoring eight straight points of their own, taking their first lead of the contest at the 16-15 mark. It was the deflating 21-4 streak by the Paladins to close out the half that proved to doom the Mountaineers the rest of the contest, as Furman could not miss, draining 19 unanswered points. Kali Holtfreter and Kendra Berry paced the deadly Furman offensive attack, as the duo accounted for 15 points during the run, with the Black and Gold facing a 36-21 deficit under a minute to play in the half. Scoring the team’s first bucket since the 7:44 mark, Dewart hit a layup and drained two free throws giving Appalachian its lone points in the waning minutes of first half action, with ASU trailing 38-25 heading into intermission. The Mountaineers appeared poised to stage a comeback in the early goings of the second period, as Dewart and Catherine Williams recorded the first four points to open play, but Furman would not go away taking a commanding 14 point lead just under the 17 minute mark. The Paladins led by as many as 18, and the Apps were able to come within 10 points with Anna Freeman and Williams chipping in on the offensive front, but ASU could not get over the 10 point hump. The Black and Gold were outscored 9-4 in the final two minutes of action, and the Mountaineers saw their late rally hopes come to a close, dropping a 17 point decision to their league rival. Dewart yet again had an impressive outing, leading all scorers on the evening with 16 points, while grabbing six boards. Williams and Anna Freeman finished the game in double-figure scoring as well, as Williams posted 11 points and Anna Freeman had 10. Turnovers and poor three-point shooting proved to be the achilles heel of ASU, as Appalachian committed a season-high 34 turnovers and shot a dismal 12.5 percent from behind the arc. The lone trey for the Mountaineers (who went 1-8 from three-point land) came from junior Sam Ramirez early in the first half. Ramirez had limited playing time in the contest due to an injury suffered during first half play.


2009-10 box scores

Game 10 Appalachian State at Bowling Green

Game 11 Appalachian State vs. George Mason

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (4-6)

VISITING TEAM: George Mason (7-4)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-2 1-1 0-0 2 1 3 1 7 23 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 3 2 1 3 13 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-8 2-4 1-2 10 2 13 7 2 33 44 DEWART, Ashlen 15-22 1-2 3-4 7 3 34 2 7 35 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 4-12 2-7 0-0 3 3 10 6 4 38 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 5 2 1 1 18 20 MEANS, Sade’ 1-5 0-0 0-0 1 3 2 5 0 19 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-1 0-0 2-2 2 1 2 1 1 9 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 0-5 0-0 0-0 4 2 0 0 1 12 Totals 28-58 6-14 6-8 36 23 68 24 26 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Bowling Green (9-3)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 04 EASTER, Amber 5-15 0-1 0-0 4 0 15 0 2 32 21 LaTouche, Angelee 1-6 0-0 0-0 1 4 2 2 5 26 12 Poindexter, Brittany 3-9 0-0 3-6 4 3 9 1 6 35 15 Saunders, Rahneeka 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 0 4 3 3 30 22 Eley, Brittany 7-10 1-1 0-0 7 0 15 3 5 36 01 Duckett, Shavonne 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 7 03 Epps, Amber 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 Pickard, Janaa 1-2 1-1 6-7 3 3 9 1 2 15 14 Hobbs, Rashauna 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 10 44 Robinson, Rachel 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 8 Totals 19-50 2-3 14-19 28 12 54 10 10 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 prochaska, lauren 6-10 4-6 5-5 4 0 21 4 0 28 24 UHL, Jen 2-6 1-3 0-0 7 0 5 0 2 14 30 BRESKE, Tara 2-7 0-0 2-2 0 3 6 0 0 17 01 NURSE, Tamika 2-7 2-4 6-6 3 1 12 4 2 28 05 PONTIUS, Tracy 4-8 4-7 3-4 2 1 15 8 2 25 04 HENNEGAN, Maggie 3-4 0-1 1-2 6 4 7 1 1 16 10 TAMERLANO, Jessie 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 1 4 0 1 10 14 SLAGLE, Jessica 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 0 3 1 3 6 15 ALBERT, Chelsea 0-1 0-0 2-2 0 1 2 1 1 9 20 PAPENFUSS, Allison 0-3 0-1 0-2 1 0 0 1 1 12 21 STEFFEN, Chrissy 2-5 1-2 0-0 2 1 5 1 0 7 22 ELI, Simone 1-3 1-1 0-2 0 0 3 0 0 4 34 CLAPPER, Sarah 1-3 0-1 0-1 2 1 2 0 1 12 41 BUGHER, Laura 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 2 0 0 8 44 ZUERCHER, Kelly 1-4 0-1 0-0 0 1 2 0 0 4 Totals 28-69 14-28 19-26 37 15 89 21 14 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 4-7 0-0 0-0 3 3 8 2 4 26 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-7 0-1 2-2 10 5 10 1 1 17 44 DEWART, Ashlen 5-10 1-1 2-2 2 4 13 1 2 18 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 3-9 1-4 2-3 4 3 9 3 3 32 14 RAMIERZ, Sam 3-11 2-6 2-2 3 0 10 6 4 36 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-7 0-0 3-4 9 4 9 3 4 28 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 4-8 0-1 0-0 1 0 8 2 4 22 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 2-2 0-0 0-0 5 1 4 3 0 9 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 20 MEANS, Sade 1-2 0-0 1-2 0 1 3 0 1 8 Totals 29-63 4-13 12-15 40 21 74 21 23 200 Attendance: 143 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total George Mason 30 24 54 Appalachian State 36 38 74

12/23/09 • 7 p.m. • at Bowling Green (Anderson Arena)

Attendance: 1533 Score by Periods Appalachian State Bowling Green

1st 30 50

2nd 38 39

Total 68 89

BOWLING GREEN, OHIO- Appalachian State University women’s basketball was able to pull within nine points off a made Anna Freeman trey at the 2:33 mark in the first half, but an 11-0 run to close out the period put the contest out of reach for the Mountaineers falling 89-68 to five time defending MAC champions, Bowling Green in the Falcon’s Anderson Arena. With the loss, ASU falls to 4-6 on the season and is on a two-game losing streak, while BGSU remains undefeated on their home floor and improves to 9-4 overall. The contest appeared to get out of hand when the Falcons took a commanding 19 point lead, draining six three pointers in the opening minutes of action. ASU however would not back down, as Ashlen Dewart scored six straight points to chip away at the Falcons advantage.

12/30/09 • 7 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (5-6)

BOONE, N.C. -Appalachian State University women’s basketball outscored George Mason by 14 points in second half action, and cruised past the Patriots, picking up a 74-54 win at the Holmes Center. With the victory, ASU snaps a twogame losing streak and improves to 5-6 on the season and 2-3 on its home floor, while GMU drops to 7-4 overall. After the Black and Gold headed into the break up by six points, the Patriots came out strong to open the second period, as a jumper by Brittany Eley cut the Apps lead to just four points. Appalachian however would answer, going on a 12-2 streak that proved to be the difference-maker in the game. Catherine Williams, Ashlen Dewart and Courtney Freeman all contributed to the run, making the score 50-36 with just under 13 minutes to play in the game. Dewart finished the game in double-figures for the ninth-straight time, pouring in a team-high 13 points to go along with two rebounds. Courtney Freeman was impressive as well, as she closed out the game with nine boards and nine points.

Game 12 Appalachian State vs. Elon

1/2/09 • 7 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center) VISITING TEAM: Elon (5-8, 1-4 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 EVANS, Kelsey 4-9 0-0 4-5 9 0 12 1 5 29 30 COTTON, Urysla 6-13 0-0 1-1 10 1 13 0 3 31 04 HOVATTER, Kallie 3-11 0-0 0-0 3 3 6 2 1 20 11 FORD, Ali 3-12 1-6 6-6 2 2 13 1 8 32 21 DAVIS, Tiffany 3-6 1-1 0-0 2 1 7 0 1 26 05 MEDLEY, Courtney 1-6 0-2 3-4 2 2 5 0 3 12 10 HARPER, Aiesha 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 2 9 12 GAUSE, Tiara 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 1 2 0 2 11 15 TAYLOR, Julie 0-4 0-1 2-2 1 0 2 1 0 12 31 HAIRSTON, Lei Lei 1-11 1-3 3-4 2 4 6 1 1 15 33 ARCHIE, Lisa 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 1 3 Totals 21-75 3-13 21-24 45 16 66 6 28 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (6-6, 2-2) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 0-6 0-2 0-0 7 2 0 2 6 20 32 FREEMAN, Anna 3-6 2-3 2-3 9 3 10 7 4 29 44 DEWART, Ashlen 5-9 0-2 2-2 7 3 12 0 4 23 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 7-12 0-3 4-4 3 3 18 4 3 27 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 6-14 4-8 2-2 2 2 18 6 3 36 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 1-3 0-1 0-1 3 1 2 0 1 5 20 MEANS, Sade 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 2 5 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 2-3 0-0 1-3 8 3 5 2 5 22 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 9-15 0-0 2-4 7 3 20 2 3 33 Totals 33-69 6-19 13-19 51 20 85 23 31 200 Attendance: 285 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total ELON 45 21 66 Appalachian State 31 54 85

BOONE, N.C.- A second-half surge lifted Appalachian State University women’s basketball over Elon at the Holmes Center, as the Apps downed their league foe, winning 85-66. With the win, the Mountaineers improve to an even 6-6 on the season and 2-2 in the SoCon, while the Phoenix drop to 5-8 overall and 1-4 in conference action. The outcome appeared to be grim, as the Black and Gold headed into halftime down by 14 points after Elon closed out first half action on a 13-4 run. The Apps were struggling, shooting just 32 percent from the field and a dismal ten percent from behind the arc in the opening 20 minutes. Appalachian however, would not go away quietly and came storming back in the second period. After Urysla Cotten hit a layup to open up the second half, the Mountaineers responded, going on an 18-0 streak, that Elon could not answer. Chakeitha Weldon paced ASU’s vicious offensive assault, as the Atlanta, Ga. native scored eight points during the Apps run. Anna Freeman and Sam Ramirez chipped in as well, drilling treys, helping ASU grab the 51-47 advantage.

Junior Sam Ramirez scored her first points of the night drilling a trey, while Anna Freeman got on the board as well, nailing two-straight threes to cut the Falcons lead to just nine points with a little over two minutes to play in the half.

George Mason would never come closer than 13 points, as the Mountaineers got offensive production from all over, with Chakeitha Weldon and Anna Freeman providing sparks for the Apps.

Freeman finished the night with her second double-double of her season, and recorded a school-record eight blocks, leading the Apps to tie the single game team block record of 11 set against ETSU this season.

Anna Freeman posted her third double-double of her young career, totaling a game-high 10 boards and 10 points.

Elon tried to thwart Appalachian’s offense, but was unsuccessful, as Ramirez came alive at the right time for ASU, draining two three pointers in less than a minute to increase the Apps lead to six points.

A made free throw shot by Sade’ Means with 44 seconds to play gave ASU its largest advantage of the contest, leading by 23 points, but a final three-pointer by Janaa Pickard earned Appalachian the 20 point win to end the contest.

After scoring just six points in the first half, Ramirez finished the contest with 18, nailing all four of her three pointers in the second half.

Unfortunately, the rally was not enough to change the momentum as an 11-0 Falcon streak to close out the half, pushed BGSU’s lead to 20 points heading into intermission. Dewart got the Mountaineers going in the second half tallying the first six points after the break, but stout three-point shooting by the Falcons proved to be deadly. Bowling Green went 14-28 from behind the arc, an impressive 50 percent and set an ASU school record in opponent three-pointers made. ASU could not come any closer than 20 points in the second-half, despite a valiant effort by Dewart, as she scored a career-high 34 points and hauled in seven rebounds to go along with two blocks.

The Mountaineers never trailed, after jumping out to a commanding 21-10 advantage at the start. Two treys by Kesley Sharkey and Dewart helped give ASU the cushy 12 point lead. George Mason would not go away quietly, storming back, as Eley led GMU’s 10-2 run to cut the Patriots deficit to just seven points, making the score 31-24 with 6:55 to go before the half. ASU was able to stave off the pesky Patriot squad and notch a six point advantage heading into intermission. A strong second half, led by 42 percent field goal shooting and an 83 percent mark from the charity stripe pushed Appalachian to the stout 20 point win. The victory marked the Appalachian State women’s basketball program’s 50th win in the Holmes Center since the building opened back in the 2000-2001 season. It also gave Appalachian its final win of 2009, making it the first time ASU closed out a year with a win since December 30, 2005 when the Apps defeated Nicholls State.

2009-10 BOX SCORES

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Two points would be Elon’s narrowest of deficits as Appalachian just dominated the Phoenix, and earned a commanding 85-66 win. The contest was tied three times in the early goings of play, but Tiffany Davis hit a three and the Phoenix began to increase its lead, up by eight points with a little over eight minutes to play in the first. ASU came within as close as five, thanks in part to strong play by Canesha Edwards and Courtney Freeman, but Elon was too much, as Kelsey Evans anchored the Phoenix’s attack, to put Elon up 14 at the break. Courtney Freeman ended the game with a career and game-high 20 points, to go along with seven rebounds and four steals. The Mountaineers rebounded, taking their first lead of the second half at the 14:55 mark off a Weldon jumper and never looked back. Despite Elon trying to rally, staging a 9-0 run, the Phoenix could never get past the nine point hump, and ASU grabbed the impressive win. A record breaking day, Appalachian re-set ASU’s single game block record and recorded a new Southern Conference single game blocks record, tallying a stout 17 blocks on the afternoon.


2009-10 box scores

Game 13 Appalachian State at Western Carolina

Game 14 Appalachian State vs. Richmond

Game 15 Appalachian State vs. Chattanooga

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (7-6, 3-2 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: Richmond (11-4)

VISITING TEAM: Chattanooga (11-6, 6-2 SoCon)

1/4/10 • 7 p.m. • at Cullowhee, N.C. (Ramsey Center)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 3-4 0-0 1-2 9 2 7 0 1 28 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 2-6 0-4 0-0 1 1 4 2 2 37 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 0-2 0-0 2-2 0 0 2 0 1 11 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-9 0-2 0-0 5 4 8 0 1 24 44 DEWART, Ashlen 9-17 0-2 3-5 13 4 21 2 5 40 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-4 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 1 1 10 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 1-7 0-0 0-0 5 2 2 1 3 21 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-8 0-0 3-4 4 3 7 0 3 29 Totals 22-57 0-9 9-13 44 16 53 6 18 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Western Carolina (3-11, 2-3 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 HOLLIFIELD, Caitlin 2-11 0-1 5-6 13 2 9 0 3 33 10 JACKSON, Jessica 4-9 3-5 0-0 3 3 11 2 4 34 13 CLARKE, Emily 2-15 1-6 1-1 10 4 6 3 0 34 33 FEEMSTER, Kristen 2-6 0-0 0-2 7 1 4 0 0 21 35 CARROLL, Kendra 4-11 0-1 0-0 2 0 8 0 2 23 03 SWAYNE, Heather 1-6 0-3 0-0 1 0 2 2 0 13 05 MCKINNEY, Janae 0-1 0-0 2-2 2 0 2 0 1 4 21 FERGUSON, Brittany 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 22 MENENDEZ, Kaila’ Shea 2-6 0-1 2-2 0 0 6 0 1 22 42 BELCHER, TT 1-4 0-0 2-2 5 1 4 0 2 13 Totals 18-69 4-17 12-15 48 11 52 7 16 200 Attendance: 102 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 25 28 53 Western Carolina 13 39 52

CULLOWHEE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball eeked out a one point win over Southern Conference rival Western Carolina, as the Apps defeated WCU 53-52 in the Ramsey Center. With the victory, the Black and Gold improve to 7-6 overall and 3-2 in the league, while the Lady Catamounts drop to 3-11 on the season and 2-3 in the conference. In a game that exposed lackluster effort by both squads, the Mountaineers were unable to find the bottom of the basket in the waning minutes of play, as WCU went on a 10-1 run to erase a once double-digit ASU advantage. The run led to an ensuing Western Carolina lead, their first of the contest, going up 52-51 with 1:23 play. The Lady Catamounts were paced by Caitlin Hollified and Kristen Feemster during the streak. Fortunately for the Apps, freshman Ashlen Dewart was able to come up big once again, as she drilled a layup with ten seconds remaining to give Appalachian the one point win. Dewart ended the contest with her fourth double-double of her career, scoring a game-high 21 points and hauling in 13 rebounds. The Mountaineers appeared to have the contest under control in the first half, despite not much offensive production, as ASU used a 14-5 run to go up by 12 points, taking a 25-13 lead into intermission. Appalachian’s offense came from all over, as Catherine Williams, Sam Ramirez and Dewart all found themselves in the scoring column. The second half opened up on the Apps side, as Anna Freeman drilled a jumper making the score 32-15. However, the momentum swing changed from there, as Western Carolina continued to chip away at ASU’s commanding lead, making it a single digit game with just under five minutes to play. The Lady Catamounts continued to battle ASU for the win, but their late comeback rally came up short. Notes: The win over WCU marked ASU’s first over the Lady Catamounts since February 24, 2005 ... it also gave Appalachian its first win over Western Carolina on the Lady Catamounts home floor since 2004, snapping a nine game losing streak.

1/6/10 • 5 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 23 HOLZER, Katie 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 2 2 2 1 9 55 GORING, Crystal 3-6 0-0 1-4 13 2 7 2 4 24 14 POWELL, Kara 1-5 0-2 0-0 2 0 2 2 1 22 20 SHELLS, Brittani 9-21 0-1 1-2 2 0 19 0 2 28 34 BELL, Danielle 1-5 1-4 0-0 4 1 3 3 2 19 03 THARRINGTON, Joyous 5-5 1-1 1-1 5 2 12 3 0 28 05 OLIVER, Abby 4-13 1-3 2-2 0 3 11 3 1 26 30 DANNELLY, Ryann 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 3 31 BILNEY, Rachael 3-7 1-4 0-0 1 0 7 3 2 23 33 THOMAS, Nikita 3-3 0-0 7-8 3 1 13 0 1 16 42 COUTS, Tiffanie 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 2 Totals 31-68 4-16 12-17 40 12 78 18 14 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (7-7) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 4-6 0-0 0-0 11 2 8 2 8 26 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-10 1-3 0-0 7 4 11 2 4 26 44 DEWART, Ashlen 7-14 1-1 0-0 4 4 15 2 2 33 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 2-6 1-5 0-0 2 1 5 3 3 36 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-8 0-0 0-0 2 2 6 2 1 27 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 3-8 0-2 0-1 5 1 6 3 3 30 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 1-5 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 1 5 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 1-2 0-0 1-4 3 3 3 2 5 17 Totals 26-59 3-11 1-5 36 17 56 16 27 200 Attendance: 227 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Richmond 39 39 78 Appalachian State 30 26 56

BOONE, N.C.- Despite heading into halftime down by just nine points, Appalachian State University women’s basketball was unable to keep pace with Atlantic 10 foe Richmond, as the Mountaineers dropped a 78-56 decision to the Spiders. The loss snaps a three-game winning streak for the Apps and moves ASU to 7-7 on the season, while RU improves to an impressive 11-4 overall. A 17-2 Spider run in the opening minutes of the first half made it tough for the Black and Gold to rebound, as Appalachian found itself behind 21-8 half way through the first period. The Spiders were paced by Nikita Thomas who scored six points during the streak, while Joyous Tharrington was productive offensively as well, chipping in six of her own as well. ASU continued to battle, as buckets by Courtney Freeman and Ashlen Dewart cut ASU’s deficit to just eight points, making the score 28-20 with a little under six minutes to play in the first. Dewart yet again was a dominant post presence for the Black and Gold, pouring in a team-best 15 points along with grabbing four boards. The contest marked the 12th time in 14 games that Dewart finished in double-figure scoring and the ninth time the freshman led ASU in the category. Four more Dewart points and a Canesha Edwards jumper made it a seven-point contest, the closest since the early goings of the game, but a final first-half layup by the Spiders put ASU down 39-30 at the break. In one of her best outings of the season, Edwards finished the game with a teamhigh 11 rebounds, while recording eight points. The second half opened on a strong note, with Anna Freeman drilling a trey, to cut Richmond’s advantage to six points, but a 9-2 run by Richmond put the contest out of reach for Appalachian. Brittani Shells was unstoppable for the Spiders, scoring eight of Richmond’s points during the run. Shells finished the evening with a game-high 19 points and six steals. Although, Appalachian posted a solid effort, the Apps could not come any closer than 12 points and suffered a disappointing defeat to the Spiders.

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1/9/10 • 7 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 42 ROLLINS, Megan 1-3 1-1 0-0 3 1 3 4 1 22 50 HOLLINQUEST, Shan. 3-4 0-1 8-14 8 1 14 1 4 34 03 CHRISTOPHER, Kayla 2-7 2-5 2-2 7 4 8 1 2 36 05 TOWNSEND, Tenisha 3-8 2-5 2-2 3 0 10 1 1 29 15 WADE-FRAY Jenaya 2-12 2-8 2-2 7 0 8 4 4 38 22 LAMBERT, Kylie 1-3 1-2 2-2 1 0 5 0 2 11 32 SMITH, Kiara 2-4 2-4 0-0 0 0 6 0 0 6 33 HELTON, Erin 2-4 0-1 1-1 1 0 5 1 1 15 34 DAVIS, Michelle 0-2 0-1 1-2 1 2 1 0 2 9 Totals 16-47 10-28 18-25 36 8 60 12 17 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (7-8, 3-3 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 3-4 0-1 0-0 2 3 6 3 2 28 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-8 1-3 1-3 6 4 10 1 6 40 44 DEWART, Ashlen 6-12 1-3 1-1 3 4 14 3 2 28 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 1-4 0-0 0-0 5 4 2 4 2 30 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 3-8 0-1 0-0 1 1 6 1 2 27 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 4-11 1-2 0-0 5 1 9 3 2 24 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 3-3 0-0 0-0 1 2 6 0 1 11 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 12 Totals 24-53 3-10 2-4 30 20 53 15 17 200

Attendance: 149 Score by Periods Chattanooga Appalachian State

1st 32 23

2nd 28 30

Total 60 53

BOONE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball took a commanding 51-43 lead with a little over five minutes to play, but a late 17-2 Chattanooga run to close out the game proved to be too much, as ASU suffered a tough 60-53 loss to UTC at the Holmes Center. The defeat marks Appalachian’s second in a row, and drops ASU to 7-8 overall and an even 3-3 in the SoCon, while Chattanooga improves to a stout 11-6 on the season and 6-2 in league play. The Mountaineers faced a nine point deficit at the break, but a 15-0 Black and Gold streak, put ASU right back into the contest, giving the Apps a nine point advantage with 5:23 remaining. Chakeitha Weldon paced Appalachian, as the Atlanta, Ga. native tallied nine points during the run, including drilling just the second three pointer of her career with ASU. Freshman Ashlen Dewart capped off the run, hitting a jumper to push the Mountaineers to their largest lead at eight points. Dewart finished the game tied for a game-best 14 points to go along with three rebounds, while Weldon posted nine points and had five boards. Unfortunately, Chattanooga was able to answer, storming back as Kayla Christopher nailed two consecutive three-pointers, her only two of the afternoon and senior Jenaya Wade-Fray hit one, to put the Lady Mocs back on top 53-52. The three treys proved to be the difference-maker in the contest, as Chattanooga did not relinquish its lead and grabbed the seven-point decision. Appalachian started the contest off strong, taking a 15-10 advantage off a Sam Ramirez layup with 11:14 remaining in the first. The Apps were finding offensive production from all over, as Anna Freeman, Dewart and Ramirez all found their ways into the scoring column. The two teams continued to battle back and forth, and a Kelsey Sharkey jumper knotted the game at 17 all. However, Chattanooga outscored ASU 15-6 in the final eight minutes of the first period, with Shanara Hollinquest tallying four points and Tenisha Townsend hitting a three, to put Appalachian down 32-23 at intermission. A solid second half surge, came up just short for ASU, as the Mountaineers were not able to hold onto an eight point advantage and fell to the defending Southern Conference champions for the 27th consecutive time.


2009-10 box scores

Game 16 Appalachian State vs. Samford

Game 17 Appalachian State at UNCG

1/11/10 • 7 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

1/16/10 • 3 p.m. • at Greensboro, N.C. (Fleming Gym)

Game 18 Appalachian State at College of Charleston

VISITING TEAM: Samford (12-6, 6-3 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (8-9, 4-4 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (9-9, 5-4 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-4 0-0 0-0 1 1 6 1 4 21 32 FREEMAN, Anna 2-5 0-2 2-2 10 5 6 3 6 37 44 DEWART, Ashlen 8-11 0-1 6-8 8 2 22 2 3 26 10 edwards, Canesha 3-7 0-0 0-0 2 4 6 3 1 35 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 8-17 6-13 0-0 1 0 22 6 3 35 03 sharkey, Kelsey 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 4 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 3-6 0-2 0-3 8 1 6 1 7 24 20 MEANS, Sade 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 3 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 25 WILLIAMS, catherine 1-2 0-0 0-0 5 3 2 1 2 14 Totals 29-54 6-19 8-13 39 17 72 17 26 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 33 DAWSON, Hannah 2-4 1-2 3-5 6 0 8 2 1 32 45 HILL, Savannah 4-11 1-4 3-4 5 3 12 2 3 29 12 WILDEROTTER, M. 5-7 2-3 4-4 2 2 16 6 4 32 13 MAXWELL, Monica 2-5 1-4 0-0 6 1 5 2 1 31 14 LONDON, Emily 6-10 3-5 6-7 11 4 21 1 5 37 04 BABINEAUX, J’Quita 2-5 0-1 0-0 0 1 4 0 0 11 11 POWERS, Jazmine 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 7 21 ANDERSON, paige 0-1 0-1 3-4 0 2 3 0 5 13 22 crow, alex 0-1 0-1 2-2 1 3 2 1 0 8 Totals 21-45 8-21 21-26 35 18 71 14 20 200

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (7-9, 3-4 SoCon)

HOME TEAM: UNCG (7-10, 4-5 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-5 1-2 0-0 2 2 3 2 3 18 44 DEWART, Ashlen 4-9 2-3 3-6 4 4 13 2 7 23 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 2-12 0-1 5-6 1 4 9 3 0 38 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 4-6 0-0 2-2 3 3 10 1 0 29 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-10 1-4 0-0 7 1 9 2 1 34 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 6 20 MEANS, Sade 2-6 0-1 2-3 4 3 6 2 0 17 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 4-6 0-0 0-0 4 4 8 0 2 15 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-6 0-0 Totals 23-62 4-12

3-4 6 5 7 1 1 20 15-21 35 26 65 15 14 200

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 303 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Samford 35 36 71 Appalachian State 28 37 65

BOONE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball pulled within four points with just under 50 seconds remaining, but the Mountaineers were unable to come away with a win at the Holmes Center, as late free throws iced the game and gave visiting Samford the 71-65 victory. With the loss, ASU falls to 7-9 on the season and 3-4 in the SoCon, while Samford improves to 12-6 overall and 6-3 in conference action. The Apps found themselves down by as many as 14 points with 15:31 to play, but a 10-2 Mountaineer streak, cut Appalachian’s deficit to just six points at 50-44. Six different Mountaineers were able to execute on the offensive end of the floor, contributing to ASU’s run. Samford and Appalachian continued to battle back and forth, and two Canesha Edwards buckets along with a Catherine Williams layup gave the Bulldogs just a three point advantage with a little under nine minutes to play. Edwards ended the game with 10 points, marking just the second time she finished in double-figures this season. Falling behind by nine at the 2:21 mark, an Anna Freeman trey made it a six-point game once again, with two minutes to go. Williams converted on a layup as well, but the Apps were unable to get a defensive stop and five final made free throws by Samford gave SU the six point win. The Bulldogs began the game on fire; drilling two straight three pointers to notch the early six point lead. Production from behind the arc continued for SU, as Emily London hit her second trey of the night just three minutes into the contest. Appalachian countered, with Edwards and Williams getting the Black and Gold’s offense going early on, as the duo scored six of ASU’s first eight points. A London jumper with 8:43 remaining in the first capped off a 10-2 Bulldog run, putting Samford on top 20-13. However, the Mountaineers finished the first half on a strong note, as two final Edwards free throws saw ASU head into the break down 35-28. In a hard-fought second half, Appalachian was never able to get over the threepoint hump and take the lead, as sharp shooting from the charity stripe (80.8 percent in the game) gave Samford the closely contested win.

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 33 SMITH, Kendra 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 3 28 44 clapper, Amy 1-4 0-1 2-2 1 0 4 0 0 8 12 HYSON, Lakiah 2-5 0-2 4-4 4 3 8 3 6 23 15 FLOYD, Monique 7-11 0-0 7-12 6 1 21 2 3 30 22 LEIGH, Amanda 5-15 4-8 1-2 3 2 15 2 1 31 02 DORSETT, Brey 0-5 0-3 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 8 11 WEAVER, Jazz 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5 13 folwell, Sarah 2-6 1-3 0-0 3 2 5 1 3 19 14 BANNER, TaShama 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 2 0 1 5 24 RICHBOW, Dayshaun 0-3 0-0 0-1 3 0 0 3 2 23 41 GIRSTAUTAITE, agne 1-5 0-0 0-3 3 3 2 0 1 20 Totals 19-60 5-17 14-24 36 13 57 11 20 200

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 263 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 40 32 72 UNCG 31 26 57

GREENSBORO, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball earned its first win in UNCG’s Fleming Gym since 2000, as the Mountaineers held off a strong UNCG squad and captured a 72-57 win. With the victory, Appalachian snaps a three-game losing streak and improves to 8-9 on the season and an even 4-4 in the SoCon, while the Spartans fall to 7-10 overall and 4-5 in league action. The Black and Gold took a 40-31 advantage headed into the break, but it was UNCG that had the early momentum coming out of the half, as Lakiah Hyson and Monique Floyd both scored two buckets to make it a five point game. Although tested, Appalachian would not back down, as Sam Ramirez continued with her hot shooting hand draining a trey to push ASU’s lead back to eight points. Ashlen Dewart and Ramirez continued to pace the productive Mountaineer offense, as Ramirez drilled another three-pointer and Dewart continued to come up big at charity stripe. Both finished the contest with 22 points, while Dewart hauled in eight rebounds and Ramirez dished out six assists. Appalachian’s comfy lead at 12 points began to diminish as Sarah Folwell hit a trey and Amanda Leigh scored a jumper to cut ASU’s lead to just eight points. However, Dewart was unstoppable yet again, scoring six of the App’s last eight points, leading to the ensuing 15 point Appalachian victory. After going up 10-8 in the opening minutes of action, with Dewart pouring in ASU’s first eight points, Appalachian was unable to stave off a strong UNCG surge, as Monique Floyd got into the scoring column hitting four early buckets. Floyd ended the contest with a game-high 21 points, and hauled in six boards while grabbing five steals. Momentum shifted in ASU’s favor though, as the Mountaineers closed out the first half on a 12-5 streak, with Chakeitha Weldon, Anna Freeman, Canesha Edwards and Ramirez all chipping in on the offensive front. Continuing with their strong play, Appalachian was able to outscore the Spartans by six in the second-half and notch their fourth conference victory of the season.

1/18/10 • 7 p.m. • at Charleston, S.C. (Carolina First Arena)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 32 Freeman, Anna 7-12 4-5 0-0 11 2 18 2 0 30 44 DEWART, Ashlen 5-9 0-0 0-0 1 2 10 1 2 20 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 2-7 0-0 2-3 8 4 6 1 2 35 14 ramirez, Sam 3-9 1-6 0-0 2 0 7 2 1 37 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-8 0-0 1-3 5 4 7 0 5 36 03 sharkey, Kelsey 0-4 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 1 8 05 WELDON, chakeitha 3-7 0-0 2-8 6 3 8 3 4 29 20 MEANS, Sade 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 4 25 williams, Catherine 4-8 0-0 2-4 8 1 10 0 1 21 Totals 27-65 5-12 7-18 49 17 66 10 18 220

HOME TEAM: College of Charleston (12-6, 7-3) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 KOTCELLA, Brooke 4-9 2-5 0-0 5 1 10 2 3 43 41 JONES, deidra 8-12 0-0 3-4 3 5 19 1 4 31 03 WILLIAMS, Erika 4-15 1-5 0-0 9 3 9 1 2 40 04 HUGHES, Jade 2-8 0-4 0-0 1 4 4 4 3 34 33 gerty, Tonia 5-13 3-4 0-0 5 2 13 7 0 43 12 HATCHER, Ariel 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 30 MUDD, indya 1-3 0-2 0-0 1 0 2 1 1 16 42 Mclaurin, NeShonda 2-2 0-0 2-3 3 1 6 0 3 11 Totals 26-63 6-20 5-7 34 16 63 16 18 220

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 207 Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT Total Appalachian State 21 38 7 66 College of Charleston 28 31 4 63 CHARLESTON, S.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball used a late second-half rally and strong overtime play to knock off the number two team in the conference, College of Charleston in the Carolina First Arena. The win marked the Mountaineers’ first victory in the Holy City since 2001 and first on the Cougars’ John Kresse Court. With the victory ASU also improves to an even 9-9 overall and 5-4 in the SoCon, matching the overall number of wins from a season ago, while CofC drops to 12-6 on the season and 7-3 in league action. Facing a 14-point deficit with 9:51 to play, the Mountaineers proceeded to go on a 20-6 streak that the Cougars had no answer for. Freshman Anna Freeman provided the spark for the Black and Gold, as she poured in eight points during the run, while Catherine Williams was able to come up big as well, chipping in seven. Williams ended the game with 10 points and eight boards, with five of her rebounds coming on the offensive glass. Seven-straight Mountaineer points gave Appalachian a two-point lead, its first of the contest with 1:30 remaining. Unfortunately, a veteran Cougar squad was able to finish when it counted as Jade Hughes connected on a jumper to knot the game at 59 all and send it into an extra period. Anna Freeman yet again provided the intangible factor, grabbing two clutch rebounds off of missed Cougar shots by Hughes and Erika Williams. A low-scoring overtime, NeShonda McLaurin got CofC on the board first making it a 61-59 game. Fortunately, Anna Freeman continued to be unstoppable, scoring a layup and drilling a three-pointer to give ASU a five-point cushion at 64-61 with 52 seconds to go. Anna Freeman, filled out the stat sheet with her strong play, totaling a team-high 18 points and 11 boards, while also recording three blocks, two assists and two steals. McLaurin cut Appalachian’s lead to just one point with under 15 seconds on the clock, but two final free throws by Canesha Edwards and a monster block by Anna Freeman on a Hughes three-point attempt as time expired, gave the Black and Gold the exhilirating win. Four early three-pointers in the first half, coupled by a 10-0 College of Charleston run paced by Brooke Kotcella earned CofC the commanding 25-14 cushion. However, back-to-back Mountaineer buckets by Anna Freeman and Courtney Freeman pulled Appalachian back within six points at 25-19. Unable to take advantage of a 10 minute field goal drought to close out the first half by College of Charleston, a final Edwards jumper put ASU down 28-21 at intermission. The outcome appeared to be grim, with CofC holding a double-digit lead as the clock ticked to under ten minutes to play, but the Black and Gold rallied a comeback and pushed the game into overtime. Strong conditiong and impressive play by the Apps, anchored by Anna Freeman, let ASU prevail and hand the Cougars’ their first loss at home in 15 games. Notes: The win snaps a 15-game home winning streak for the Cougars’, the 12th longest in the country ... gives College of Charleston its first loss on its home floor since January of 2009 ... ASU remains undefeated in the SoCon on the road, moving to 4-0 .... ASU earns its first win over College of Charleston since (2007) ... the Mountaineers capture their first-ever win in the Carolina First Arena and first victory in Charleston, S.C. since 2001 ... Darcie Vincent coached teams move to 1-2 against the Cougars ... ASU improves to a spotless 2-0 in OT games this season.

2009-10 BOX SCORES

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2009-10 box scores

Game 19 Appalachian State vs. Davidson

Game 20 Appalachian State at Wofford

Game 21 Appalachian State at Furman

VISITING TEAM: Davidson (9-10, 7-4 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (11-9, 7-4 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (12-9, 8-4 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 21 ALEXSANDRAVICIUS, S 4-12 0-1 0-0 2 1 8 0 1 20 35 paquette, julia 0-6 0-0 2-2 6 4 2 0 2 22 02 LAUNE, Monica 5-9 5-9 1-2 4 2 16 3 2 40 10 THOMPSON, Alex 4-8 1-4 0-0 2 2 9 7 2 28 24 lAX, Ashley 5-11 3-7 2-2 5 1 15 0 3 35 20 WOODINGTON, C. 1-4 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 0 2 16 32 SITTON, Barbara 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 4 33 OTTAWAY, Amanda 0-2 0-0 1-2 3 3 1 0 1 12 42 JOHNSEN, Kristen 2-7 0-1 4-6 2 2 8 0 1 23 Totals 21-59 9-23 10-14 28 16 61 11 14 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-11 2-4 1-2 14 5 11 0 1 33 44 DEWART, Ashlen 4-13 0-0 1-6 2 4 9 1 1 21 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 1-4 0-0 1-1 1 3 3 4 3 19 14 rAMIREZ, Sam 5-14 1-5 2-2 4 1 13 3 2 36 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-7 0-0 0-0 5 0 4 1 5 29 03 sharkey, kelsey 2-2 0-0 1-1 1 1 5 0 2 9 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 2-3 0-0 3-7 4 4 7 1 4 30 24 MEANS, Charmene 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 25 williams, catherine 3-8 0-0 4-6 11 4 10 0 4 19 Totals 23-63 3-9 13-25 48 22 62 10 22 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-11 2-5 4-5 7 2 14 2 6 39 44 DEWART, Ashlen 4-4 1-1 1-1 1 4 10 0 2 11 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-1 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 1 2 14 14 rAMIREZ, Sam 4-10 1-4 7-7 6 4 16 2 3 39 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 1 4 3 1 31 03 sharkey, kelsey 2-5 0-1 0-0 2 0 4 1 2 18 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 2-6 0-1 0-0 4 3 4 4 4 31 25 williams, catherine 3-6 0-0 0-1 1 1 6 0 2 17 Totals 21-47 4-12 12-14 31 15 58 13 22 200

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (10-9, 6-4 SoCon)

HOME TEAM: Wofford (4-16, 2-10 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 4-5 0-0 3-4 11 3 11 0 3 24 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 5-11 0-0 2-3 7 4 12 1 1 27 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-11 1-5 3-3 8 3 14 3 2 32 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 3-9 0-0 3-4 9 3 9 3 1 29 14 ramirez, sam 7-11 1-3 2-3 4 0 17 2 3 40 03 sharkey, kelsey 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 2 8 05 weldon, chakeitha 2-7 0-2 0-0 2 2 4 2 3 21 44 DEWART, Ashlen 1-7 0-2 3-4 2 2 5 1 2 19 Totals 27-61 2-12 16-21 46 17 72 12 17 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 32 MOOREHOUSE, April 5-9 0-0 4-4 6 4 14 0 2 25 33 WILLIAMS, Mahagony 0-5 0-0 2-2 7 4 2 0 3 20 13 BRITTENHAM, Rachel 3-12 3-7 2-2 3 1 11 2 5 28 21 gramblin, natalie 3-11 1-4 4-7 3 0 11 1 5 23 22 DWYER, Kelly 0-5 0-2 0-1 4 3 0 3 3 25 01 GERGELY, Domi 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0 2 14 03 MASALIN, Mariah 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 9 10 BLAKE, kelly 1-1 0-0 1-1 0 3 0 0 0 0+ 12 BRADLEY, Kristin 1-3 1-2 0-0 2 4 3 2 0 15 14 helms, maddie 0-4 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 10 15 KROKER, Ashley 1-3 1-3 0-0 1 0 3 0 1 9 40 MOTELY, Daniella 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 5 42 VARNO, Kathlyn 2-2 0-0 1-2 2 2 5 0 1 17 Totals 17-57 6-20 14-19 39 19 54 9 22 200

1/23/10 • 1 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 1576 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Davidson 25 36 61 Appalachian State 30 42 72

BOONE, N.C.- In a hotly contested game that saw five lead changes and the score knotted on seven occasions, Appalachian State University women’s basketball was able to pick up its third-straight win over Davidson, as the Mountaineers handed the Wildcats a 72-61 defeat. With the win, ASU improves its winning streak to three in a row and moves to 10-9 on the season and 6-4 in the SoCon, while DC drops to 9-10 overall and 7-4 in league action. Five straight Sam Ramirez points gave the Black and Gold an early four point advantage with 8:18 to play in the first period, but the Wildcats came clawing back, going on a 6-0 streak to regain the lead at 21-19. The scored was tied twice more before the break, with the last time at 25 all, before a Catherine Williams layup and a made ensuing free throw put ASU up for good with less than a minute remaining until the half. Ramirez finished the contest, with a game-high 17 points, to go along with four rebounds and two assists. Canesha Edwards got in on the scoring as well, recording the final two points of the first period to give the Black and Gold the five point cushion, and take a 30-25 lead heading into the intermission. Carrying their momentum into the second period, Appalachian used a 16-3 run over the final seconds of the first and three and a half minutes into the second half, to grab a commanding 40-28 lead. Offensive production came from all over for ASU, as Courtney Freeman, Anna Freeman and Williams all got in on the action. Williams posted a standout performance, as she recorded her first double-double of her career, tallying 11 points and hauling in 11 rebounds. She also tied the single-game block record, swatting eight Wildcat shots. However, Davidson would not back down, going on a 9-2 streak of its own, to pull within three points at 46-43 with 11:31 to play. Appalachian went up by as many as 10 points with under six minutes on the clock, but the Wildcats continued to chip away and an Alex Thompson threepointer saw the Black and Gold’s lead dissapear, cutting it to just four points. Despite a late Davidson rally, Appalachian was able to hang on, as final free throws down the stretch by Ramirez, Williams and Edwards gave the Apps the 11-point victory. Notes: The 11 Appalachian blocks in the game gives ASU a total of 138 season, breaking the single season team block record set by the 2008-09 Mountaineer squad (128 blocks) ... The 10 wins on the season gives ASU the most in a season since the 2006-07 campaign (13-18 final record) ... the win gives ASU its first victory against DC in the Holmes Center since January 24, 2006 ... the season sweep is ASU’s first of Davidson since the 2005-06 season ... Appalachian is now in sole possession of fifth place in the SoCon standings ... the three-game winning streak is Appalachian’s longest since the 2006-07 season.

1/30/10 • 7 p.m. • at Spartanburg, S.C. (Benjamin Johnson Arena)

2/1/10 • 7 p.m. • at Greenville, S.C. (Timmons Arena)

HOME TEAM: Furman (6-17, 4-10 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 24 TROUTMAN, Susan 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 4 4 0 2 15 40 LEDFORD, Lakyn 3-6 0-0 0-0 5 3 6 1 3 32 11 STEPHENS, Lee 4-14 3-9 5-6 6 1 16 3 1 40 20 THOMPSON, Raegan 1-6 1-4 0-1 3 1 3 3 0 29 21 HOLTFRETER, Kali 3-8 3-7 2-2 3 0 11 1 0 30 13 RANDOLPH, Ayanna 1-6 0-0 0-0 3 3 2 3 8 21 23 BERRY, Kendra 5-15 0-0 1-2 10 3 11 2 4 33 Totals 19-60 7-20 8-11 38 15 53 13 19 200

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 233 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 26 32 58 Furman 24 29 53

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 112 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 22 40 62 Wofford 26 28 54

GREENVILLE, S.C.- The outcome looked bleak for Appalachian State University women’s basketball Monday,as the Apps were down by four points with under three minutes to play, but the Mountaineers came up big when it counted and were able to eek out a 58-53 victory at Furman’s Timmons Arena. The win is the Black and Gold’s fifth straight, and improves ASU to 12-9 overall and 8-4 in conference action, while Furman drops to 6-17 on the season and 4-10 in the SoCon.

SPARTANBURG, S.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball erased a four-point halftime deficit to eek out a 62-54 win over Southern Conference foe Wofford at Benjamin Johnson Arena. The victory is ASU’s fourth straight and improves the Mountaineers to 11-9 overall and 7-4 in league action, while Wofford drops to 4-16 on the season and 2-10 in the SoCon.

In a back and forth affair, it was the final minute that changed the contest for Appalachian, as Sam Ramirez connected on a three-pointer off an out-of-bounds play to pull the Apps back within one point at 53-52 with 58.9 seconds remaining. Freshman Kelsey Sharkey stepped up as well, stealing the ball in Furman’s backcourt and hitting the ensuing layup to give the Mountaineers a 54-53 advantage.

In a contest that saw seven ties and seven lead changes, it was the final lead change that proved to be the difference-maker, as the game was knotted the last time at 39 all and from there on it was all Appalachian. Seven consecutive Black and Gold points, led by Sam Ramirez, scoring four of them earned the Apps a 46-39 advantage with 9:40 to play.

Ramirez had yet another stellar offensive outing as she finished tied with Lee Stephens for a game-high 16 points, to go along with six boards.

Extending its lead to nine points, the largest of the contest for the Mountaineers, it appeared as though ASU would roll to the win, but the Terriers would not go away quietly, continuing to claw back as Wofford drilled two three pointers to pull within one point. Not wanting its spotless conference road record to have a blemish, ASU produced offensively when it counted, with Catherine Williams, Kelsey Sharkey and Ramirez all converting on the offensive front. Williams was yet again a spark for the Black and Gold, tallying her second doubledouble of her career in as many contests, hauling in 11 rebounds and totaling ten points to go along with four blocks. A consistent performer the entire contest as well, Anna Freeman also had a double-double, pouring in 11 points, along with grabbing 14 rebounds and also tallying four blocks. The four swatted Wofford shots, earned Freeman the single season block record, as she now has a total of 64 on the 2009-10 campaign. Despite the win, sluggish and sloppy play was difficult to overcome in the early goings of the contest, as Wofford took the lead in the opening minutes and never relinquished it during the first half. The Mountaineers fell behind 12-4 early on, with April Moorehouse pacing the Terrier attack, tallying six of their first 12 points. Moorehouse finished the game as the Terriers’ leading scorer with 14 points as well. After Wofford came out strong, an 8-0 Appalachian streak, topped off by an Anna Freeman trey tied the game at 14 all with a little over eight minutes remaining until the break. Unable to find the bottom of the basket, ASU went into intermission down 26-22. Fortunately, the Apps came up big when it counted in the second half and were able to hang on for the win. Keeping with its stout defensive effort, Wofford ended the contest shooting a dismal 29.8 percent, the lowest an opponent has shot against the Mountaineers since ASU held the Catamounts to a 26 percent field goal percentage, back on January 4. Notes: The 11 wins in a season are the most since the 2006-07 campaign (finishing that season 13-18 overall) ... the four-game winning streak is the longest winning streak since the 2005-06 season when ASU won five in a row ... the win was Appalachian’s fifth-straight over Wofford ... the victory keeps ASU spotless on the road against conference opponents (5-0) ... Darcie Vincent coached teams are 3-0 against Wofford ... Appalachian finishes the month of January with a 6-3 record, the most wins in the month since the 1999-2000 season (7 victories) ... the three-game winning streak is Appalachian’s longest since the 2006-07 season.

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Keeping with its strong defensive effort, Furman came up empty on its next offensive possession and four final made free throws by Ramirez and Anna Freeman, coupled with a monster Freeman block on a Stephens’ shot with 9.4 seconds to play, pushed the Black and Gold to the thrilling win. Freshman Ashlen Dewart got Appalachian off to a strong start in the first half, drilling the Apps’ first five points, but Stephens answered for the Paladins with two treys of her own just three and a half minutes into the contest. The first half was tied five more times, before a 4-0 Appalachian streak to close out the period, with buckets by Courtney Freeman and Catherine Williams earned ASU the 26-24 lead heading into intermission. After holding what seemed to be a strong eight point cushion at 38-30 with just under fifteen minutes on the clock, the Paladins went on a run of their own, scoring 10 unanswered points with Kali Holfreter pacing Furman during the streak with five points to earn FU the two point lead. Fortunately, the Black and Gold had an answer at the end of the game, and were able to sneak past the Paladins, to remain undefeated on the road against Southern Conference opponents. Notes: The eight SoCon wins surpasses the total number of conference wins from a season ago ... the 12 wins are the most in a season for the Black and Gold since the 2006-07 campaign (13-18) ... the five game winning streak is the longest since 2005-06 ... the win over Furman is ASU’s first over the Paladins since March 5, 2009 ... Appalachian is now tied for fourth in the league standings with Davidson ... Darcie Vincent coached teams are 3-2 against Furman ... the six SoCon road wins are the most since winning seven during the 1995-96 season.coached teams are 3-0 against Wofford ... Appalachian finishes the month of January with a 6-3 record, the most wins in the month since the 1999-2000 season (7 victories)


2009-10 box scores

Game 22 Appalachian State at Elon

2/6/10 • 2 p.m. • at Elon, N.C. (Alumni Gym) VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (13-9, 9-4 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 6-15 0-0 0-1 13 3 12 0 1 31 32 FREEMAN, Anna 0-4 0-1 3-4 8 4 3 1 3 16 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 5-11 0-0 6-8 6 5 16 2 7 37 14 RAMIREZ, sam 2-7 2-4 6-6 1 1 12 3 4 37 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 4-17 0-0 3-6 13 2 11 3 1 35 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-3 0-0 3-4 2 0 3 0 1 13 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 2-5 0-0 0-2 4 5 4 1 2 17 42 HACKETT, Haley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 44 DEWART, Ashlen 6-9 0-0 0-0 3 5 12 1 3 14 Totals 25-71 2-5 21-31 56 25 73 11 22 200

HOME TEAM: Elon (9-15, 4-11 SoCon)

Game 23 Appalachian State vs. Western Carolina

Game 24 Appalachian State at Chattanooga

VISITING TEAM: Western Carolina (4-20, 3-12 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (14-10, 10-5 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 HOLLIFIELD, Caitlin 6-9 0-0 2-2 6 3 14 3 3 29 05 McKINNEY, Janae 0-2 0-0 1-2 6 0 1 1 2 17 03 SWAYNE, Heather 1-3 1-1 0-0 1 3 3 2 4 20 10 JACKSON, Jessica 2-6 1-4 0-0 2 3 5 3 2 33 13 CLARKE, Emily 1-9 0-3 0-0 3 3 2 2 2 28 22 MENENDEZ, Kaila’ Shea 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 2 11 33 FEEMSTER, Kristen 8-10 0-0 1-2 2 1 17 1 1 26 35 CARROLL, Kendra 4-14 1-2 4-4 0 2 13 0 2 27 42 BELCHER, TT 1-3 0-0 2-4 2 1 4 0 0 9 Totals 23-58 3-11 10-14 27 16 59 14 19 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-5 0-0 1-2 5 2 3 2 0 23 32 FREEMAN, Anna 1-7 0-2 2-2 14 2 4 2 2 32 44 DEWART, Ashlen 8-14 0-1 0-2 8 3 16 1 6 36 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 3-8 0-0 0-0 4 2 6 3 4 36 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 8-13 2-4 1-1 3 0 19 4 4 37 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 9 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 0 2 13 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-4 0-0 0-1 3 2 6 0 1 14 Totals 25-55 2-7 4-8 40 14 56 12 19 200

2/8/10 • 7 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 3-6 0-0 0-0 7 3 6 3 3 33 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 5 32 FREEMAN, Anna 0-3 0-2 0-0 3 5 0 2 3 29 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 6-8 0-0 1-2 4 1 13 4 4 37 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 8-15 3-5 4-4 3 1 23 5 1 38 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 2 0 2 6 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 2-5 0-0 0-0 5 2 4 1 3 22 44 DEWART, Ashlen 8-12 0-2 9-9 6 3 25 3 5 30 Totals 27-49 3-9 16-17 31 15 73 18 22 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 370 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Western Carolina 35 24 59 Appalachian State 39 34 73

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 403 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 28 45 73 Elon 26 28 54

BOONE, N.C. - Appalachian State University women’s basketball drilled 11 free throws down the stretch, to ice the game, and pull out a 73-59 win over Southern Conference rival Western Carolina in the Holmes Center. The victory is the Mountaineers’ seventh-straight, and improves ASU to 14-9 overall and 10-4 in conference action, while the Lady Catamounts drop to 4-20 on the season and 3-12 in the conference.

ELON, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball used a late run to pull away from a tough Elon squad at Alumni Gym and run past the Phoenix 73-54. With the win, ASU completes the season sweep of the Phoenix and earns its sixth-straight victory, while remaining spotless on the road against Southern Conference opponents. The Apps also improve to 13-9 on the season and 9-4 in conference action, while Elon drops to 9-15 overall and 4-11 in league play.

After taking a narrow four-point advantage heading into intermission, the Apps used a 15-4 run to open the second-half to take a commanding 54-39 lead with a little under 13 minutes to play. Sam Ramirez and Ashlen Dewart continued their offensive production during the run, as the duo combined for 11 points over the five-minute span.

After battling the entire first half, trying to stave off a chippy Elon squad, ASU found itself down for the final time at 33-31 as Urysla Cotten nailed a jumper to give the Phoenix the narrow advantage. However, that would be the last time that the Black and Gold faced a deficit, as the Mountaineers’ posted a 9-2 streak, grabbing a 40-33 lead with 15:13 remaining. From there on it was all Appalachian, as the Apps continued to come up big when it counted, and ended the game on yet another silencing run, outscoring Elon 16-2 in the waning minutes of play. Nine during the streak came from the charity stripe to lead to the exciting win. It appeared as though the Mountaineers would pull away early in the first half, as eight Ashlen Dewart points, coupled with offensive production from Chakeitha Weldon and Kelsey Sharkey put the Apps up 17-12. Sharkey had yet another stellar outing, earning her first career double-double, scoring 12 points and hauling in 13 rebounds. Weldon was impressive as well, tallying 16 points, finishing as the game’s leading scorer. Despite the five-point cushion, Elon would not go away quietly, posting a 10-0 run of their own to grab a three-point advantage at 24-21 with Lisa Archie hitting two free throws to cap off Elon’s streak. Ending first half action on a high note, junior Sam Ramirez drilled a trey as the shot clock expired to knot the game at 24 all. That three-pointer combined with a Sharkey layup and two final free throws put ASU up 28-26 heading into the break. After falling behind just one time at the beginning of the second period, the Black and Gold went on to dominate the Phoenix and capture a 19-point victory. Five Mountaineers ended the game in double-figure scoring, with Courtney Freeman making a name for herself on the offensive front as well, also recording her first career double-double, notching 13 boards and scoring 11 points. Notes: The 13 wins are the most in a season for the Black and Gold since the 2006-07 campaign, finishing that season 13-18 overall ... the nine SoCon wins are the most since the 2005-06 campaign, when ASU went 11-7 and finished fourth in the conference ... the win gives Appalachian its sixth-straight win on the season, its longest winning streak of the season and longest since the 1997-98 season when the Apps won six in a row spanning from January to February ... ASU is still spotless on the road against SoCon foes, and improve to 7-0 ... Darcie Vincent coached teams are now 3-1 against Elon ... the seven road wins against SoCon foes are the most since the 1995-96 season ... the win gives ASU its best start to the month (2-0) since the 2001-02 season.

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (14-9, 10-4 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 EVANS, Kelsey 5-10 0-0 4-4 8 5 14 0 7 30 30 COTTON, Urysla 2-7 0-0 0-7 8 1 4 0 4 23 11FORD, Ali 3-11 1-7 4-4 1 5 11 2 6 21 12 gasue, tiara 2-3 0-0 0-1 0 2 4 0 0 12 21 DAVIS, Tiffany 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 1 4 19 03 BATTEN, Jermile 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 04 HOVATTER, Kallie 0-0 0-0 0-2 2 2 0 1 3 9 05 MEDLEY, Courtney 0-8 0-3 1-2 5 2 1 1 0 21 10 HARPER, aiesha 1-7 0-3 2-4 1 2 4 2 1 21 15 taylor, julie 2-3 1-2 0-0 4 1 5 1 2 15 31 HAIRSTON, Lei Lei 2-9 0-1 5-5 8 1 9 0 5 25 33 ARCHIE, Lisa 0-0 0-0 2-2 2 0 2 0 0 3 Totals 17-58 2-16 18-31 43 23 54 8 31 200

2/13/10 • 5 p.m. • at Chattanooga, Tenn. (McKenzie Arena)

Both finished the game in dominating fashion, as Dewart went 8-12 from the field, pouring in 25 points, while grabbing six rebounds and Ramirez tied a career-high with 23 points, along with dishing out five assists and recording three steals. Despite the double-digit Mountaineer lead, Western Carolina tried to rally a comeback, scoring seven unanswered. Led by a Jessica Jackson three-pointer, WCU was able to pull back within seven points, the narrowest of margins since the start of the second-half. However, made free throws over the course of the final three minutes kept ASU on top and earned Appalachian the 14-point victory. Shooting an average of 60 percent from the charity stripe heading into Monday’s contest, the Apps posted their best outing of the season at the free throw line, going 16-17, good enough for an impressive 94 percent. With four free throws against Western Carolina, Ramirez has now connected on 19-consecutive over the past four games. It was a back and forth affair of sorts to start the game, but an early 11-0 streak put ASU out in front 19-10 just seven minutes into action. The nine point cushion was not good enough, as Western Carolina came storming back, outscoring Appalachian 21-6 to jump back in front by six points with a little under six minutes to play until the break. Kristen Feemster scored WCU’s first eight points during the run, while finishing the game as Western Carolina’s leading scorer with 17. Finally able to find the bottom of the basket, Ramirez, Kelsey Sharkey and Chakeitha Weldon, were able to get the Mountaineers going on the offensive front, and earn the Black and Gold the 39-35 lead at halftime. Weldon also ended the contest in double-figures, scoring 13 points along with totaling four assists. Strong second period play and resiliency enabled a balanced ASU attack to complete the season-sweep of the Lady Catamounts for the first time since the 2004-05 campaign and grab its third win in the month of February. Notes: The 14 wins for ASU are the most in the season since the 2005-06 campaign (went 15-13 overall) ... the ten conference wins are the most since the 2005-06 season (11-7 in SoCon, fourth in conference) ... the seven-straight wins is the longest winning streak since the 1995-96 season ... the season sweep of the Lady Catamounts is ASU’s first since the 2004-05 season ... the season sweep is the Apps’ third of a conference opponent this season (Western Carolina, Elon and Davidson) ... the five home wins match the total number of home victories from a season ago ... Darcie Vincent coached teams are an even 2-2 against Western Carolina ... Darcie Vincent coached teams have now earned three wins over teams that advanced to the 2008-09 postseason.

HOME TEAM: Chattanooga (19-7, 14-3 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 42 ROLLINS, Megan 1-4 0-1 0-0 0 1 2 1 0 21 50 HOLLINQUEST, Shan. 2-7 0-1 6-8 7 2 10 3 0 35 03 CHRISTOPHER, Kayla 4-10 2-5 2-2 6 0 12 1 3 37 05 TOWNSEND, Tenisha 4-8 1-4 0-0 1 1 9 2 2 30 15 WADE-FRAY Jenaya 2-10 0-4 0-0 2 0 4 4 4 34 01 PENLAND, Kori 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 5 22 LAMBERT, Kylie 4-5 4-5 0-1 5 4 12 4 2 25 33 HELTON, Erin 1-6 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 11 34 DAVIS, Michelle 3-6 2-2 0-0 2 2 8 0 1 12 Totals 21-58 9-25 8-11 31 11 59 15 12 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 3077 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 33 23 56 Chattanooga 28 31 59

CHATTANOOGA, TENN.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball took a double-digit lead over Southern Conference leader Chattanooga, but UTC battled back and eeked out a controversial three-point win over the Mountaineers. Appalachian fell in a heartbreaker, dropping a 59-56 decision to the Lady Mocs in McKenzie Arena. With the loss, the Apps’ seven-game winning streak is snapped and ASU drops its first conference road game of the season, falling to 14-10 overall and 10-5 in league action, while UTC wins its 14th game in 15 tries and improves to 19-7 on the season and 14-3 in conference play. A Chakeitha Weldon layup gave the Black and Gold a 50-40 advantage with just under 12 minutes to play in the contest, but a 13-0 Chattanooga streak proved to be the differencemaker in the final minutes of the game. Led by Tenisha Townsend who scored four points during the Lady Mocs’ run, Chattanooga grabbed its first lead of the game since the 18:03 mark in the first half, going up 51-50 with 6:11 remaining. UTC’s Jenaya Wade-Fray capped off Chattanooga’s run with a layup, putting ASU on a little over nine minute field goal drought. Despite the three-point deficit, Appalachian would not go away quietly, scoring six unanswered points to go back on top, up 56-53 with 1:18 left on the clock. The hotly contested battle grew more intense as Shanara Hollinquest converted on a layup to pull Chattanooga back within one. On Appalachian’s next possession, freshman Ashlen Dewart was fouled, but failed to make either one of her free throw shots. However, Weldon grabbed the rebound off of Dewart’s second missed free throw and it was then knocked loose. A jump ball was whistled by the officials, with the possession in Appalachian’s favor as Chattanooga received the ball to start the second-half. Due to what was ruled as an inadvertent whistle at the 6:47 mark unbeknownst to either team or the official table, and was actually marked as a turnover by Chattanooga in the official stats, the referees over turned the table (which had ASU with the possession) and gave the ball to the Lady Mocs. A foul was then called on Catherine Williams and Hollinquest hit two free throws to have the lead change hands once more and put Chattanooga up for good at 57-56 with mere seconds left. Coming up empty on its next offensive opportunity, ASU had to stop the clock and fouled freshman Kayla Christopher. Christopher, drained two free throws with five seconds left in the game, earning UTC the 59-56 lead. Unable to get a good look at the basket, the Mountaineers turned the ball over and Chattanooga came away with the gut-wrenching three-point victory. Appalachian started the contest on an impressive note, jumping out to a 17-8 advantage over the ten-time defending regular season conference champions. The hot start was thanks in part to strong play by junior Sam Ramirez who scored seven of the Mountaineers’ first 17 points. Continuing with her stout offensive play, Ramirez ended as the game’s leading scorer, pouring in 19 points to go along with four assists. Five-straight points by Michelle Davis made it a two-point game, with ASU clinging to a 21-19 advantage. Trying to end the first period with momentum in its favor, Kylie Lambert hit two treys and Hollinquest connected on a jumper to pull UTC back within two points with 26 seconds remaining until the break. Ramirez however answered once again, nailing a jumper, to give Appalachian the 33-28 lead heading into the break. Although the Apps led by as many as ten points in the second half, a late Chattanooga run, eerily similar to what happened in Boone, N.C. back on January 9, gave the Lady Mocs the narrow win and its 26th-straight over ASU. Notes: Appalachian has now lost 26-straight games to Chattanooga ... ASU lost just its fifth SoCon game of the season ... the defeat snapped a seven-game Mountaineer winning streak ... UTC remains undefeated against SoCon foes on its home floor.

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2009-10 box scores

Game 25 Appalachian State at Samford

2/15/10 • 8 p.m. • at Birmingham, Ala. (Pete Hanna Center) VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (15-10, 11-5 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-5 1-2 0-0 5 5 3 3 3 26 32 FREEMAN, Anna 7-14 4-7 3-4 8 0 21 1 1 38 44 DEWART, Ashlen 2-7 0-1 2-2 6 2 6 1 2 25 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 2-11 0-0 6-6 10 3 10 4 3 34 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 7-14 5-9 0-0 4 2 19 4 4 38 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 1-3 0-0 2-2 3 3 4 1 1 16 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 1-1 0-0 1-2 4 4 3 1 2 18 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Totals 21-56 10-19 14-16 45 19 66 15 16 200

HOME TEAM: Samford (19-8, 13-5 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 33 DAWSON, Hannah 4-7 1-1 0-0 3 2 9 2 1 24 45 HILL, Savannah 5-18 0-5 2-2 7 5 12 5 2 38 12 WILDEROTTER, M. 0-1 0-1 3-6 1 4 3 4 4 29 13 MAXWELL, Monica 5-10 5-10 0-0 5 1 15 0 3 35 21 ANDERSON, paige 0-1 0-1 3-4 0 2 3 0 5 13 04 BABINEAUX, J’Quita 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 POWERS, Jazmine 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 4 2 1 12 22 crow, alex 0-5 0-3 2-2 7 2 2 1 0 21 Totals 18-53 7-27 12-16 29 16 55 14 12 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 813 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 37 29 66 Samford 37 18 55

BIRMINGHAM, ALA.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball held Samford to just 18 second half points and grabbed an exciting 66-55 win over the number two team in the Southern Conference at the Pete Hanna Center. With the victory, the Mountaineers improve to 15-10 on the season and 11-5 in the SoCon, while Samford drops to 19-8 overall and 13-5 in the conference. The win also marks Appalachian’s first over Samford, as the two teams have just met a total of four times. After heading into the break tied at 37 apiece, the Black and Gold began the second period on a strong note, outscoring the Bulldogs 7-2 in the opening minutes. Paced by four early points by freshman Ashlen Dewart and a trey by Sam Ramirez, ASU jumped out to a 44-39 advantage. Ramirez was stout offensively against the Bulldogs, pouring in 19 points, grabbing four rebounds and dishing out four assists. The two teams continued to battle, as the contest was knotted once more at 48 apiece, but that would be the last time, as an Anna Freeman layup and another Ramirez three-pointer gave the Apps a five-point cushion. Continuing with her career-high offensive outing, Anna Freeman drilled her fourth and final three-pointer of the night, and hit the front end of a free throw to make it a seven-point Appalachian lead with a little less than three minutes remaining. Freeman ended the night with a career-best 21 points to go along with eight rebounds, two blocks and one steal. Nine final made free throws down the stretch proved to be the difference-maker and iced the game for Appalachian, as Catherine Williams, Canesha Edwards, Anna Freeman and Chakeitha Weldon all came up big at the charity stripe. Weldon was also impressive against the Bulldogs as well, as the sophomore recorded her first career double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing a gamehigh 10 rebounds. The Apps finished the evening shooting 87.5 percent from the line, its second best outing at the free throw line this season.

Game 26 Appalachian State vs. UNCG

Game 27 Appalachian State vs. College of Charleston

2/20/10 • 4:30 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

2/22/10 • 7 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

VISITING TEAM: UNCG (7-19, 4-14 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: College of Charleston (19-10, 13-7 SoCon)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 33 SMITH, Kendra 1-5 0-1 0-0 3 1 2 0 1 19 41 GIRSTAUTAITE, agne 3-4 0-0 2-4 5 1 8 1 1 27 12 HYSON, Lakiah 2-6 0-1 2-2 2 0 6 0 5 25 15 FLOYD, Monique 3-5 0-1 3-5 3 0 9 1 3 23 22 LEIGH, Amanda 2-7 1-3 0-0 1 0 5 3 3 26 02 DORSETT, Brey 4-12 1-6 0-0 4 0 9 1 1 21 03 MORKUNAITE, Agneta 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 3 11 WEAVER, Jazz 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 1 4 13 folwell, Sarah 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 2 2 0 2 6 14 BANNER, TaShama 1-5 0-1 0-0 2 2 2 4 1 19 31 HARMON, Sidnei 3-8 0-0 0-0 2 1 6 1 0 17 44 clapper, Amy 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1 1 10 Totals 20-57 2-15 7-11 33 8 49 13 21 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 KOTCELLA, Brooke 5-13 3-8 0-0 6 1 13 2 3 32 41 JONES, deidra 1-7 0-0 2-2 9 2 4 0 2 33 03 WILLIAMS, Erika 3-10 1-3 0-1 6 1 7 1 3 26 04 HUGHES, Jade 3-11 3-9 2-3 2 1 11 6 1 34 33 gerty, Tonia 3-7 2-3 0-0 1 0 8 3 2 29 12 HATCHER, Ariel 1-7 0-2 4-4 6 3 6 1 0 21 30 MUDD, indya 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 1 13 35 CROMWELL, Caleigh 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 3 0 1 3 42 Mclaurin, NeShonda 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0 0 4 55 HARRIS, Latisha 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 2 0 0 0 5 Totals 18-59 10-26 8-12 33 13 54 13 14 200

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (17-10, 13-5 SoCon)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (16-10, 12-5 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 sharkey, Kelsey 3-6 0-1 1-2 5 4 7 3 3 30 32 FREEMAN, Anna 7-15 4-6 0-0 12 4 18 0 3 33 44 DEWART, Ashlen 5-10 0-1 1-2 2 3 11 3 2 27 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 3-4 0-0 0-0 3 4 6 8 2 28 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 6-19 4-9 0-0 8 0 16 6 2 35 10 edwards, Canesha 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 0 4 0 3 14 25 WILLIAMS, catherine 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 1 9 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-4 0-0 1-2 5 2 5 4 3 24 Totals 28-63 8-17 3-6 43 17 67 24 20 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 673 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total UNCG 26 23 49 Appalachian State 34 33 67

BOONE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball overcame a somewhat sluggish first half to down Southern Conference foe UNCG at the Holmes Center, beating the Spartans 67-49 in the Apps’ annual “Pink Zone” day. With the win the Mountaineers complete the sweep of UNCG and improve to 16-10 on the season and 12-5 in the conference, while the Spartans drops their tenth game in a row, and fall to 7-19 overall and 4-14 in league action. After taking an eight-point lead into intermission, Appalachian used an 11-3 run over the course of a three minute span in the second period to grab a 49-37 advantage with a little over 10 minutes remaining. Freshman Anna Freeman paced the Black and Gold during the run, as she poured in six points, both off of three-pointers while Sam Ramirez had a trey of her own and Courtney Freeman chipped in a layup. Anna Freeman ended the contest with a game-high 18 points and 12 rebounds, tallying her sixth double-double of her career, including second in a row. She also had four steals and three blocks. Despite the commanding lead, Appalachian could not quite shake the chippy Spartan squad as two Lakiah Hyson free throws pulled UNCG back within 10. Continuing to provide a spark for the Apps, Anna Freeman drilled five more points in the remaining six minutes of the contest and Chakeitha Weldon added four to propel ASU to the 18-point win.

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 sharkey, Kelsey 1-5 0-0 0-0 5 2 2 2 3 16 32 Freeman, Anna 4-10 0-3 2-2 5 4 10 2 1 29 44 DEWART, Ashlen 5-12 0-1 1-3 4 2 11 3 1 30 05 WELDON, chakeitha 1-4 0-0 1-2 11 0 3 4 4 30 14 ramirez, Sam 7-18 5-12 6-6 4 0 25 5 1 40 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 4-6 0-0 2-2 11 3 10 0 1 24 25 williams, Catherine 3-5 0-0 1-2 2 3 7 1 1 18 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 1-3 0-0 0-0 5 0 2 0 2 13 Totals 26-63 5-16 13-17 50 14 70 17 14 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 202 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total College of Charleston 31 23 54 Appalachian State 33 37 70 BOONE, N.C. - Appalachian State University women’s basketball continued with its winning ways, as the Mountaineers downed Southern Conference rival College of Charleston at the Holmes Center, earning an impressive 70-54 victory. The win completes the season sweep of the Cougars and improves ASU to 17-10 on the 2009-10 campaign and 13-5 in the conference, while CofC drops its second game in a row, falling to 19-10 overall and 13-7 in league action. It was stout second-half defense coupled with a 15-5 run to open the second period that pushed Appalachian to the exhilarating win. After leading by just two points at the break, the Black and Gold grabbed a commanding 48-36 advantage with a little under 15 minutes to play. Led by junior Sam Ramirez who drilled two treys during the streak, and six Ashlen Dewart points, ASU had its first double-digit cushion of the contest. Ramirez had the hot shooting hand in the game, as she scored a career-high 25 points, going 5-12 from behind the arc, hitting all five of ASU’s treys along with grabbing four rebounds while dishing out five assists. Another Dewart layup put the Apps up by 14, but the Cougars would not back down, as Caleigh Cromwell and Ericka Williams each connected on three-pointers to make it a nine-point game at 58-49 with 7:45 remaining. A final Jade Hughes’ trey pulled CofC back within eight points, after Canesha Edwards continued her clutch play, hitting two jumpers, but Hughes’ effort was not enough as six final Ramirez free throws down the stretch iced the game for ASU.

Weldon was impressive on the offensive front as well, as she dished out a careerhigh eight assists.

Edwards was on fire for Appalachian as well, as she tallied her first double-double of the season, hauling in 11 rebounds and recording 10 points. Fellow guard Chakeitha Weldon was also strong on the boards, tying Edwards for a game-high 11. The 11 rebounds are a career-high for the 5-8 point guard.

After the game was knotted at 15 all, Ramirez hit back-to-back buckets to put the Mountaineers in front 20-15 with eight minutes left until the half. Ashlen Dewart contributed offensively as well, as she had seven first half points.

The duo combined for 22 of the team’s 50 rebounds, as the Apps slammed CofC on the glass, out-rebounding the Cougars 50-33. The first half was a back and forth battle, with College of Charleston opening the contest on a strong note, as Brooke Kotcella nailed two early treys.

In a first half that saw the score tied on six occasions, it was the Mountaineers who faced a five-point deficit with 2:19 left before intermission.

Ramirez had yet another strong outing, as she tallied 16 points, making it the eighth consecutive game she has scored in double-figures. The Fayetteville, N.C. native also hauled in eight rebounds and recorded six assists.

However, no strangers to coming up big when it counts, Ramirez and Freeman helped ASU close out the half on a 5-0 run, with the two teams tied once more at 37 all heading into intermission.

A layup by Agne Girstautaite coupled with Brey Dorsett connecting from behind the arc cut into the Black and Gold’s cushion, making it a two-point game.

Answering the Cougars’ start, Ramirez scored 13 points in the opening 12 minutes of action to give ASU a 24-19 lead. Ramirez’ offensive production along with Catherine Williams and Weldon hitting layups put Appalachian on top by seven.

Although UNCG tried to rally, ASU was able to take the lead heading into the half for the 15th time this season, leading 34-26 at the break.

The advantage would soon vanish however, as CofC hit back-to-back threepointers to knot the game at 31 all with less than a minute until the break.

A run midway through the second period proved to be the difference-maker in the contest and helped push Appalachian to its 16th win of the 2009-10 season.

Coming up big when it counted once again, Edwards drained a jumper with 14 seconds left in the first half, earning ASU the 33-31 lead at intermission.

For the 240 students that were in attendance at the game, head coach Darcie Vincent and the women’s basketball staff donated 240 dollars to the WBCA/Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Overall, the ASU women’s basketball program raised over 1,000 for the cause.

Holding the Cougars’ to a dismal 23 percent shooting from the floor in the second half and just 23 second period points, Appalachian was able to run past College of Charleston and notch its 17th win of the season.

Appalachian’s defensive pressure proved to be too much for Samford in the second half, as the Apps held the league-leading team in field goal percentage to shooting a dismal 22 percent, including going just 1-14 from behind the arc. The Apps took advantage of Samford’s poor shooting and took its final lead with 8:43 to go and never looked back, en route to the thrilling 11 point win.

Notes: The 16 wins are the most since the 1996-97 season (finishing 16-12 overall) … the 12 SoCon wins are the most since the 1995-96 season (finished 14-0 in conference) … the season sweep of UNCG was ASU’s first since the 1977-78 season and fourth of a conference opponent this season (Davidson, Elon, Western Carolina and UNCG) … the 5-1 start to the month of February is ASU’s best start to the month since the 1995-96 season (8-0).

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Notes: The 17 wins are the most in a season for ASU since the 1995-96 season, going 24-6 overall ... the 13 SoCon wins are the most since the 1995-96 season when ASU went 14-0 in the conference ... the season sweep of the Cougars was ASU’s first since the 2000-01 season and fifth of a SoCon opponent... the win was Appalachian’s first over College of Charleston in the Holmes Center since the 2006-07 season ... the 6-1 start to the month of February is ASU’s best start to the month since the 1995-96 season (ended 8-0 on the month ) ... Appalachian is now just one home win away from tying a school-record eight wins.


2009-10 box scores

Game 28 Appalachian State vs. Wofford

Game 29 Appalachian State at Georgia Southern

Game 30 Appalachian State vs. Furman

VISITING TEAM: Wofford (7-20, 5-14 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (18-11, 14-6 SoCon)

VISITING TEAM: FURMAN (7-24)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 32 MOOREHOUSE, April 4-11 0-1 1-2 1 2 9 1 2 20 33 WILLIAMS, Mahagony 4-7 0-0 2-5 7 3 10 2 7 23 13 BRITTENHAM, Rachel 1-5 1-3 2-2 4 3 5 3 4 25 21 gramblin, natalie 2-7 1-4 5-6 2 3 10 3 4 31 22 DWYER, Kelly 1-3 1-1 0-0 8 2 3 2 7 30 01 GERGELY, Domi 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 3 03 MASALIN, Mariah 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 8 10 BLAKE, kelly 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 4 12 BRADLEY, Kristin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 7 14 helms, maddie 3-5 3-5 0-0 0 2 9 0 0 16 15 KROKER, Ashley 2-4 1-3 0-0 4 0 5 0 2 10 40 MOTELY, Daniella 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 0 1 0 1 2 42 VARNO, Kathlyn 2-5 0-0 4-8 8 2 8 2 2 21 Totals 20-51 7-17 15-25 38 20 62 13 29 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 0-1 0-0 1-4 4 5 1 0 0 16 32 FREEMAN, Anna 3-9 1-4 2-2 5 4 9 3 1 30 44 DEWART, Ashlen 8-11 1-2 4-4 6 5 21 0 2 26 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 7-13 0-0 5-6 2 3 19 5 2 38 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 3-9 3-5 2-3 2 1 11 2 2 40 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 3-4 0-1 0-2 1 1 6 0 0 26 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 1-3 0-0 0-2 1 3 2 2 2 10 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 4 0 1 14 Totals 27-54 5-12 14-23 25 22 73 12 12 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 24 TROUTMAN, Susan 3-10 0-0 3-4 8 3 9 8 0 32 40 LEDFORD, Lakyn 2-4 0-0 0-1 2 5 4 1 1 20 11 STEPHENS, Lee 3-14 2-10 2-2 4 2 10 0 1 40 13 RANDOLPH, Ayanna 3-5 0-0 1-2 2 3 7 2 2 19 21 HOLTFRETER, Kali 1-5 1-3 0-0 2 1 3 1 2 29 01 O’CONNOR, Kelly 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 1 1 0 1 4 14 MURPHY, Kaitlin 2-8 0-3 1-3 0 4 5 2 3 21 20 THOMPSON, Raegan 1-7 1-6 2-4 2 2 5 0 0 14 23 BERRY, Kendra 4-6 0-0 1-2 2 3 9 0 0 20 55 PETERSEN, Mollie 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 19-59 4-22 11-20 32 23 53 14 10 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2/25/10 • 5 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (18-10, 14-5 SoCon) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 03 sharkey, kelsey 2-7 0-2 1-2 3 1 5 1 2 26 32 FREEMAN, Anna 4-8 3-6 3-3 6 5 14 2 2 31 44 DEWART, Ashlen 6-13 0-0 3-4 7 3 15 1 1 25 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 0-6 0-0 0-0 1 5 0 4 3 20 14 rAMIREZ, Sam 6-15 2-4 5-7 1 2 19 6 3 38 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 6-12 0-1 7-9 10 3 19 4 2 30 25 williams, catherine 1-7 0-0 0-0 2 4 2 0 1 11 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 1 0 16 42 HACKETT, Haley 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 3 Totals 26-69 5-13 19-25 42 25 76 19 16 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 494 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Wofford 26 36 62 Appalachian State 26 50 76 BOONE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball overcame sluggish and sloppy first-half play to push past Wofford at the Holmes Center, handing the Terriers a 76-62 loss. The victory marks Appalachian’s fourth in a row and improves ASU to 18-10 on the season and a stout 14-5 in conference action, while Wofford drops to 7-20 overall and 5-14 in the SoCon. With the win, the Apps’ finish the 2009-10 home slate of their schedule with an 8-6 record, tying a school-record eight home wins. After heading into the break tied at 26 all, the score was knotted once more at 43 apiece before the Black and Gold took control of the game and never looked back. ASU used a 17-4 run to go up 54-49 with 6:43 remaining. Sophomore Canesha Edwards provided the spark during the run, as she tallied seven of her careerhigh 19 points. The Newnan, Ga. native also hauled in 10 rebounds, recording her second double-double of the season in as many contests. Along with Edwards, Ashlen Dewart and Sam Ramirez chipped in four points during the run as well. Two Edwards’ free throws earned Appalachian its largest lead of the game at 64-54 with 4:03 left to play. Coming up big at the charity stripe at the end of the contest secured the Mountaineers’ 14-point win, as Ramirez and Dewart both connected at the free throw line, totaling six points. Ramirez stepped her offensive game in the second-period as she scored 18 second-half points, ending the game with 19, while also dishing out six assists and grabbing five steals. She has now scored in double-figures in 10 straight games and is 42 points away from the 1,000 point mark.

2/27/10 • 5 p.m. • at Statesboro, Ga. (Hanner Fieldhouse)

HOME TEAM: Georgia Southern (18-11, 13-7) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 15 OGBURN, J’Lisia 8-10 0-0 6-6 5 4 22 1 0 26 34 GEIGER, Jessica 3-6 0-2 6-6 7 2 12 4 1 33 04 WHITNEY, Carolyn 2-9 1-5 0-0 2 2 5 7 3 30 05 NAVARRO, Jamie 3-6 3-5 5-6 5 2 14 4 3 36 11 TATE, Krista 3-6 1-1 2-2 3 2 9 0 3 34 14 YOUNGBLOOD, Logan 1-3 0-2 0-0 0 0 2 1 1 4 25 FRYE, Meredith 1-2 0-0 1-1 0 0 3 0 2 14 42 WILLIAMS, Samantha 3-8 2-6 2-2 6 1 10 3 2 23 Totals 24-50 7-21 22-23 33 13 77 20 16 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 862 Score by Periods Appalachian State Georgia Southern

1st 31 35

2nd 42 42

Total 73 77

STATESBORO, GA.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball could not get over the hump as a late first half run by Georgia Southern and strong play down the stretch by the Eagles’ proved to be the difference maker in the contest and the Apps’ fell 77-73 at Hanner Fieldhouse. The loss snaps a four-game winning streak for the Mountaineers and drops ASU to 18-11 on the season and 14-6 in league action, giving ASU a third place spot in the upcoming Southern Conference Tournament. As for Georgia Southern, the Eagles improve to 18-11 overall and 13-7 in the conference. Facing a 70-63 deficit with under two minutes to play, the Black and Gold went on a 7-1 run to make it a one point game as Anna Freeman drained two clutch free throws to make the score 71-70. Unfortunately, ASU’s effort came up short, as Georgia Southern continued its brilliance at the free throw line as J’Lisia Ogburn hit two and Jessica Geiger nailed two as well in the waning minutes of play.

CHARLOTTE, N.C.- After heading into the break knotted at 28 apiece, Appalachian State University women’s basketball used a 16-3 run in the final five minutes of the game to down Furman 71-53 in the quarterfinals of the Southern Conference Tournament. It is the second year in a row that the Mountaineers ended the Paladins’ season and the first time since 1999 for the squad to advance to the semifinal round. With the win, ASU improves to 19-11 overall on the season while Furman closes out the 2009-10 campaign with a 7-24 mark. It appeared that the game would go down to the wire, as ASU could never shake a strong Paladin squad, but the Apps’ came up big down the stretch. After Furman used an 8-0 run to erase a once double-digit Mountaineer advantage, putting ASU on top by only three at 49-46 with a little over five minutes to play, the Black and Gold answered.

Despite Appalachian taking a seven-point lead, going up 28-21 with four minutes remaining in the first, Georgia Southern went on a 14-3 run to close out the half, as Samantha Williams connected on two three-pointers and drilled two free throws. That offensive production for GSU coupled with two final J’Lisa Ogburn free throws earned GSU the 35-31 lead at the break.

Ramirez scored her game-high 17 points on 4-of-11 shooting, and dished out six assists. The lone upperclassmen for ASU, is now just 13 points away from the 1,000 point mark for her career.

Ogburn scored a game-high 22 points on the evening for the Eagles. Starting the second-half on a strong note as ASU outscored Georgia Southern 12-4 in the opening minutes, with sophomore guard Chakeitha Weldon providing the spark, hitting two early free throws. Weldon stepped up her game on the offensive end, as she finished the contest with a career-high 19 points, while also dishing out five assists and recording three steals. Freshman Ashlen Dewart picked up her offensive production in second half as well, scoring seven points during a two-minute span to put ASU back on top 50-49.

Outscoring Appalachian 9-2 over a five minute span as the clocked ticked to one minute left until halftime, Wofford pulled back on top 24-23.

The game was tied for the final time at 56 apiece before GSU took control down the stretch and came up big when it counted to hand Appalachian the deflating 77-73 defeat. With the loss, the Mountaineers’ seal their own fate, as they will now be the third seed in the upcoming SoCon Tournament. Automatically earning a first-round bye, ASU will play Saturday March 6, 30 minutes after the opening contest that day which begins at 9 a.m. The Mountaineers’ will take on the winner of the No.6 Davidson and No. 11 Furman game.

Notes: The 18 wins are the most since the 1995-96 season (24-6) ... the 14 SoCon wins are also the most since the 1995-96 season ... the season sweep of Wofford was Appalachian’s third straight over the Terriers’ and eighth in the series ... ASU finishes the season at 6-4 at home against SoCon teams and 8-6 overall at home, tying a school record with eight wins ... Darcie Vincent coached teams are now 4-0 against Wofford.

2009-10 BOX SCORES

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 1 4 2 2 22 32 FREEMAN, Anna 3-4 2-3 6-6 10 5 14 3 1 21 44 DEWART, Ashlen 6-14 0-1 0-1 6 4 12 1 2 31 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 2-8 0-0 3-6 10 3 7 7 2 35 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 4-11 3-7 6-6 1 3 17 6 1 38 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 5 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 3-7 0-0 0-2 9 1 6 1 2 26 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 4-10 0-0 1-2 5 0 9 0 3 22 Totals 25-59 5-11 16-23 52 17 71 20 13 200 Attendance: 1207 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Furman 28 25 53 Appalachian State 28 43 71

Freshmen phenoms Anna Freeman and Ashlen Dewart provided the spark, as they both tallied two layups to begin the streak. Junior Sam Ramirez stepped up her offensive game as well, as she connected on two treys earning Appalachian a 15 point lead. In addition to her quiet 17 points in the game she was solid down the stretch at the charity stripe, going a perfect 6-6.

Dewart had 21 points in the game going 8-11 from the field and a perfect 4-4 from the charity stripe, while hauling in six rebounds.

A much improved shooting percentage and offensive production, propelled Appalachian in the second half and final free throws earned Appalachian its 11th victory in 12 games.

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (19-11)

After facing a seven-point deficit with 17.2 seconds left on the clock, junior Sam Ramirez drilled her third trey of the game but it was too little too late, as GSU was able to come away with the win.

It appeared that the Apps’ would run away with the game early as freshman Anna Freeman drained a trey at the 7:24 mark of the first period to put ASU up 21-15. However, a chippy Terrier squad continued to be resilient.

Scoring her first bucket of the season, sophomore Haley Hackett gave ASU the lead once more and a final Ramirez free throw before intermission tied the game at 26 apiece at the break.

12/21/09 • 5 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

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The dominating run coupled with Ramirez and Anna Freeman icing 10 straight free throws in the waning minutes led Appalachian to the 18 point win, its biggest win over Furman since February 8, 1999 winning 73-52. Anna Freeman was a strong contributor as well for ASU, recording her seventh career double-double with 14 points and tying Chakeitha Weldon for a gamehigh 10 rebounds in her tournament debut. The first half was hotly contested, as it was tied on seven different occasions. A quick 5-0 spurt by the Apps made it 25-21 in favor of Appalachian with under three minutes until the break, but Furman would not give up as four points by Susan Troutman put Furman ahead one. ASU was poised to take a two-point lead into the break as Ramirez drilled a trey, but Troutman hit two free throws with 25 seconds remaining in the first and both teams headed into halftime tied at 28. All-conference and all-freshman performer Ashlen Dewart got the Mountaineers off to a solid start in the second-half, scoring all six of ASU’s early points. Impressive play by Dewart and the Apps’ as a whole combined with late heroics and defensive domination (holding Furman to a 27.6 second-half shooting percentage) pushed ASU to a thrilling victory, its second straight over the Paladins this season. Appalachian is now 13-1 on the season while holding an opponent to 60 points or less. The Black and Gold owned Furman on the glass, out-rebounding the Paladins 52-32, with 17 of the 52 rebounds coming on the offensive glass.


2009-10 box scores

Game 31 Appalachian State vs. Samford

Game 32 Appalachian State at Charleston Southern

Game 33 Appalachian State vs. Fairfield

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (19-12)

VISITING TEAM: Appalachian State (20-12)

VISITING TEAM: Fairfield (20-14)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 3-7 0-0 0-0 11 2 6 1 2 25 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-11 0-3 2-4 6 4 12 5 3 31 44 DEWART, Ashlen 3-7 0-1 0-0 4 4 6 1 5 26 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 10-14 0-0 1-3 5 4 21 2 5 37 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 0-6 0-2 0-0 5 2 0 5 3 34 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 1 5 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 2-4 0-0 0-0 6 1 4 1 4 24 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-8 0-0 0-0 2 3 4 0 0 18 Totals 25-57 0-6 3-7 41 20 53 16 23 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 2-3 0-0 3-6 9 2 7 1 2 23 32 FREEMAN, Anna 1-8 0-2 5-6 9 3 7 1 3 38 44 DEWART, Ashlen 7-8 0-0 4-4 8 5 18 1 1 20 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 2-8 0-0 0-0 5 4 4 3 5 27 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 4-14 2-8 2-2 2 1 12 2 3 32 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 5 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 3-7 0-0 4-5 8 1 10 0 0 32 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 1-2 0-0 2-2 3 2 4 0 4 21 42 HACKETT, Haley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 2 Totals 20-50 2-10 20-25 53 20 62 9 19 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 23 JOHNSON, Taryn 1-6 0-0 3-5 7 3 5 2 4 27 32 GEEHAN, Stephanie 4-13 2-5 0-0 10 5 10 3 5 35 33 FLAHERTY, Tara 6-12 0-0 0-0 3 1 12 2 3 35 12 LINNEY, Katelyn 0-8 0-6 0-0 1 2 0 1 3 28 13 PINA, Desiree 1-8 0-2 0-0 3 0 2 3 2 33 04 VETRA, Laura 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 3 05 ROMANO, Kelly 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 10 TUCKER, Lauren 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 8 11 MACFARLANE, Brittany 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 1 1 7 22 FILLION, Kara 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 24 NAWROCKI, Joelle 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 2 19 Totals 15-57 3-16 3-5 29 11 36 13 20 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3/7/10 • 2:30 p.m. • at Charlotte, N.C. (Time Warner Cable Arena)

HOME TEAM: Samford (22-9) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 33 DAWSON, Hannah 1-6 0-2 0-0 3 1 2 1 2 21 45 HILL, Savannah 2-8 1-3 2-2 7 2 7 5 2 32 12 WILDEROTTER, M. 2-4 1-3 0-1 2 1 6 3 1 33 13 MAXWELL, Monica 4-5 4-5 5-6 2 2 17 4 2 34 14 LONDON, Emily 4-7 4-7 4-4 1 2 16 1 4 34 04 BABINEAUX, J’Quita 1-2 0-1 1-2 1 0 3 0 0 9 11 POWERS, Jazmine 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 3 21 ANDERSON, paige 2-6 1-3 1-1 0 0 6 0 1 12 22 crow, alex 3-6 0-1 4-5 2 3 19 4 1 22 Totals 19-44 11-25 17-21 19 12 66 18 13 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 23 30 53 Samford 32 34 66

CHARLOTTE, N.C.- After opening the contest scoring seven straight points, Appalachian State University women’s basketball was unable to hang with Samford who came storming back to take the lead and never relinquished it, handing ASU a 66-53 loss at Time Warner Cable Arena in the semifinals of the Southern Conference Tournament. With the defeat, the Apps close the regular season with a 19-12 record, while Samford improves to 22-9 overall and advances to the finals to face Chattanooga Monday afternoon. A hot shooting Mountaineer squad led by Chakeitha Weldon who had nine of the Apps’ first 11 points pushed ASU out to the early 7-0 advantage, but it was the strong offensive surge by Samford early in the first half that Appalachian could never recover from.

3/18/10 • 7 p.m. • at Charleston, S.C. (CSU Fieldhouse)

HOME TEAM: Charleston Southern (17-14) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 33 SCHWAGMEYER, ali 1-8 0-3 1-1 11 3 3 3 1 32 12 TERRY, Helen 1-11 1-8 2-2 0 3 5 2 2 23 22 WASMER, kelsey 2-16 1-12 3-4 6 2 8 2 2 36 25 TULL, Katie 3-11 3-11 3-4 0 2 12 0 4 37 45 DECARVALHO, Tina 2-4 2-3 0-0 2 0 6 0 0 15 24 ALSTON, Lakeitha 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 6 30 JOHNSON, Lydia 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 10 32 JONES, Shay 1-5 0-0 3-4 4 2 5 0 0 16 44 RUSH, LeChell 3-7 0-0 0-4 4 4 6 0 2 25 Totals 14-64 7-37 12-19 35 18 47 7 11 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 782 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Appalachian State 35 27 62 Charleston Southern 19 28 47

CHARLESTON, S.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball was able to stave off a tough Charleston Southern squad, and hold on for a thrilling 62-47 victory in the opening round of the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational. The win marks the Apps’ first-ever in postseason history and improves the Black and Gold to 20-12 on the 2009-10 campaign, as CSU ends the season with a 17-14 record. After dominating the first period, the Black and Gold saw an 18 point first half advantage dwindle down to two, as Shay Jones drained two free throws to cut into ASU’s lead as it was Appalachian that led just 45-43 with 6:45 remaining.

Draining four straight three-pointers, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 12-9 lead and never looked back. Emily London paced Samford during the streak drilling two threes.

However, freshman Ashlen Dewart continued to shine, as she hit a layup and nailed the ensuing free throw. Dewart was stellar the entire game, as that bucket provided a spark, and Appalachian outscored Charleston Southern 15-4 in the final six minutes en route to the win.

Samford was stout from three-point land going 11-25, while not one Mountaineer could drain a trey during the game, as ASU went 0-6 from behind the arc.

Dewart was unstoppable in the low post, as she poured in a game-high 18 points, shooting a stout 7-8 from the field, while also hauling in eight rebounds.

After falling behind 29-15, Weldon found the bottom of the basket once again, and Ashlen Dewart and Anna Freeman got on the board as well, as ASU went on a 6-0 run to pull back within eight points.

It was a 17-4 Buccaneer run beginning at the 17:05 mark of the second half that put the contest back within Charleston Southern’s reach, as CSU was paced by Katie Tull during the streak as she had two treys.

The eight points however would be the closest of margins as Monica Maxwell connected on a trey for the Bulldogs and Appalachian headed into the break down 32-23.

Tull finished as the leading scorer for the Lady Bucs, as she had 12 points.

Dewart opened second period play with a bucket to make it a seven point game once again, but Samford continued to score from behind the arc, with London and Maxwell both coming up big when it counted, and ASU found itself behind by 11 once more. Never quite able to get over the hump, the Black and Gold continued to battle, as back to back buckets by Weldon with less than eight minutes to play put the game back in reach for ASU, down just 52-42. Weldon posted an impressive offensive outing on the afternoon, as she poured in a career-high 21 points, going 10-14 from the field. The Atlanta, Ga. native also hauled in five rebounds, while dishing out two assists and grabbing two steals. Despite just the 10 point deficit, Samford continued to finish down the stretch and turnovers proved to be costly, as the Apps’ coughed up the ball a total of 23 times in the game, and the Bulldogs capitalized, scoring 25 points off of the miscues. ASU now looks to the promising future as the Mountaineers have nine returners for the 2010-11 season. Appalachian looks to build upon the historic 2009-10 campaign, one that saw ASU’s best record since the 1995-96 season, the best turnaround in school history and eighth best in NCAA Division I this season, and three players earn all-conference honors while Darcie Vincent was named the Southern Conference Coach of the Year.

Continuing to answer when it counted, late heroics and impressive play by the Mountaineers proved to be the difference-maker and helped give ASU a 15 point win. Junior Sam Ramirez drilled a trey in the opening seconds of the game, as ASU started the game on the fire going up 25-9 halfway through the first. It was the two early treys by Ramirez, coupled with 15 Dewart points that gave Appalachian the commanding advantage.

3/21/10 • 2 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (21-12) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 WILLIAMS, Catherine 3-10 0-0 3-4 10 1 9 2 2 25 32 FREEMAN, Anna 5-13 0-1 2-2 9 1 12 4 3 33 44 DEWART, Ashlen 5-11 0-1 0-0 9 3 10 1 7 27 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 0-4 0-0 1-2 5 2 1 5 4 29 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 8-14 3-6 0-0 4 0 19 3 3 29 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 1-4 0-2 1-2 4 0 3 0 0 8 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 0-3 0-0 0-0 6 2 0 0 2 25 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-5 0-0 1-2 6 1 5 1 1 19 42 HACKETT, Haley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 2 5 Attendance: 263 Score by Periods Fairfield Appalachian State

1st 18 26

2nd 18 33

Total 36 59

BOONE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball continued with its dominating postseason play, as the No. 1 seeded Apps downed No.5 Fairfield to the tune of 59-36 to advance to the semifinals of the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational. With the win, ASU has also earned six-straight victories on its home floor and improves to a stout 21-12 on the season, while the Stags close out the 2009-10 campaign with a 20-14 mark. Defensive domination by the Black and Gold was yet again the story of the contest, as ASU limited the Stags to a stifling 18 points in both halves, holding Fairfield to a dismal 26.3 field goal percentage in the game. After Appalachian found itself down by four with a little over eight minutes remaining in the first, a 14-2 Mountaineer streak put the Apps back on top, heading into the break up 26-18. Freshman Anna Freeman began the run as she hit a layup and junior Sam Ramirez followed suit, coming alive on the offensive front as well. Ramirez eclipsed the 1,000 point mark for her career (came into Sunday’s game at 999 points), as she drilled a trey to give Appalachian the lead for good. Ramirez poured in eight points during the streak, and finished with a game-high 19, going 3-6 from behind the arc, while grabbing four rebounds and dishing out three assists. She became just the 19th Mountaineer in program history to score at least 1,000 points and the first since Whitney Tossie did it in 2008. She also joins an elite group, as she is just the sixth Mountaineer to score 1,000 points in her career that is not a senior. The Black and Gold picked up the second half where the first one ended, outscoring Fairfield 15-2 in the opening seven minutes of action. Tara Flaherty scored a jumper five minutes into the second period, making it the first field goal for the Stags since the 4:22 mark of the first.

Final buckets by Ramirez and Chakeitha Weldon earned ASU the 35-19 lead heading into intermission.

Ashlen Dewart contributed to ASU’s solid offensive performance, as she chipped in six points in the opening minutes of the second, while Catherine Williams was productive on the offensive end as well.

A 16 point lead at the half was not quite enough for ASU, who had a sluggish second half as an early run by CSU saw a once double-digit Mountaineer lead diminish.

Dewart, along with Freeman also ended the game in double-figures, with Freeman scoring 12 points, while grabbing nine rebounds and Dewart posting 10 points while also hauling in nine boards.

Despite the low offensive production, the Black and Gold answered and snapped a six game home winning streak for Charleston Southern, pulling out the victory.

Led by Williams on the glass, who had 10 rebounds, Appalachian hauled in 58 boards compared to just 29 by Fairfield, making it the Apps largest rebounding margin of the season at (+29).

Strong on the glass for the second consecutive game, ASU out-rebounded CSU 53-35. Notes: The 20 wins are the most for ASU in a season since 1995-96 (24-6) ... it is just the sixth time in school history ASU has posted 20 plus wins ... Appalachian now has the best turnaround in school history (+10.5) ... the victory is ASU’s firstever in the postseason ... Appalachian is now 12-6 away from the Holmes Center ... the Mountaineers are 3-0 against Charleston Southern

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Up by 27 with 2:15 remaining, ASU’s stellar play continued and Appalachian cruised to the impressive 23-point win. Notes: The 21 wins are the most in a season for the Black and Gold since the 1995-96 season (24-6) ... ASU at a (+11) game margin has the best turnaround in school history (went 9-22 a season ago) ... the win is the Apps’ second postseason victory ... ASU is now 9-6 at the Holmes Center, giving the Mountaineers the most ever wins in the HCC ... the victory was ASU’s first over Fairfield.


2009-10 box scores

Game 34 Appalachian State vs. College of Charleston

Game 35 Appalachian State vs. Memphis

VISITING TEAM: College of Charleston (21-12)

VISITING TEAM: Memphis (20-14)

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 02 KOTCELLA, Brooke 1-5 0-1 1-2 2 3 3 0 3 16 41 JONES, deidra 3-6 0-0 1-2 3 1 7 1 2 22 03 WILLIAMS, Erika 3-9 2-3 0-0 4 1 8 1 2 18 04 HUGHES, Jade 3-4 2-3 0-0 0 3 8 4 2 27 33 gerty, Tonia 3-14 1-5 1-2 5 3 8 4 2 30 00 KING, Megan 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 7 05 HARDY, Cathryn 0-0 0-0 4-4 2 0 4 0 2 9 10 FISCHER, Megan 3-4 1-2 0-0 0 0 7 0 2 7 12 hatcher, Ariel 0-5 0-0 2-4 2 1 2 0 1 9 20 MIMS, Taylor 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 3 0 13 22 DAVIE, Brianna 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 5 30 MUDD, indya 1-3 0-1 0-0 3 3 2 0 1 12 35 CROMWELL, Caleigh 2-4 1-3 0-0 1 1 5 0 1 7 42 MCLAURIN, Neshonda 0-0 0-0 0-2 1 2 0 0 1 11 55 harris, Latisha 1-3 0-0 1-2 3 1 3 0 1 7 Totals 20-60 7-20 11-20 34 19 58 13 22 200

## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 15 ELLIS, Savannah 1-6 0-0 0-2 9 1 2 0 1 33 35 DICKSON, Nicole 4-9 0-1 0-0 8 2 8 2 3 33 23 BULLARD, LaToya 3-7 0-0 0-0 2 2 6 7 8 33 25 CARTER, Brittany 9-16 3-4 10-13 5 4 31 2 5 27 32 LONLACK, Ramses 6-10 0-0 4-4 5 3 16 1 2 28 02 KELSEY, Chatia 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 0 1 6 11 WINCHELL, Alex 1-7 0-5 0-0 1 5 2 2 2 26 45 LUELLEN-HIGGINS, Sta 2-3 0-0 0-2 4 0 4 0 1 14 Totals 27-59 3-10 14-21 36 19 71 14 23 200

3/25//10 • 5:30 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (22-12) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 williams, Catherine 3-4 0-0 2-8 9 2 8 1 3 19 32 Freeman, Anna 5-5 1-1 6-6 9 2 17 3 1 32 44 DEWART, Ashlen 9-18 3-5 4-4 6 4 25 2 5 26 05 WELDON, chakeitha 3-8 0-0 2-2 6 2 8 3 6 29 14 ramirez, Sam 2-6 1-4 2-4 5 2 7 5 2 36 03 sharkey, Kelsey 0-5 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 2 11 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 3-5 0-0 1-1 4 1 7 1 3 19 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 2-6 0-0 1-3 7 3 5 1 0 25 42 HACKETT, Haley 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 3 Totals 27-58 5-10 18-28 50 19 77 16 23 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 783 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total College of Charleston 18 40 58 Appalachian State 40 37 77

3/28/10 • 2 p.m. • at Boone, N.C. (Holmes Center)

HOME TEAM: Appalachian State (23-12) ## Player fg-fga 3fg-fga ft-fta r pf tp a to m 25 williams, Catherine 1-3 0-0 1-2 4 4 3 0 1 8 32 FREEMAN, Anna 3-8 1-5 6-9 9 3 13 8 7 37 44 DEWART, Ashlen 7-12 3-6 4-5 9 2 21 1 4 38 05 WELDON, Chakeitha 6-13 1-2 2-3 2 3 15 2 3 29 14 RAMIREZ, Sam 2-10 1-6 0-0 1 0 5 7 1 32 03 SHARKEY, Kelsey 3-4 0-1 0-0 2 0 6 2 0 21 10 EDWARDS, Canesha 5-15 0-0 0-0 9 3 10 1 2 24 30 FREEMAN, Courtney 3-3 0-0 0-0 1 5 6 0 1 11 Totals 30-68 6-20 13-19 43 20 79 21 19 200 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Attendance: 616 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total MEMPHIS 40 31 71 Appalachian State 37 42 79

BOONE, N.C. - Appalachian State University women’s basketball rallied a comeback after falling behind by 19 points, to top Memphis 79-71 at the Holmes Center in the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational Championship game. The contest marks the Black and Gold’s first postseason championship since winning the Southern Conference Tournament crown in 1999. With the victory ASU closes out the season with a stout 23-12 record, having won eight straight contests on its home floor, while the Tigers drop to 20-14.

BOONE, N.C.- Appalachian State University women’s basketball jumped out to a commanding 22-point halftime advantage and never looked back as the Mountaineers cruised to 77-58 win over Southern Conference foe College of Charleston in the semifinal round of the Women’s Basketball Invitational. The victory moves ASU into the final round of the inaugural WBI and improves the Apps to 22-12 on the season, while CofC ends the 2009-10 campaign with a 21-12 record.

The outcome looked bleak for the Mountaineers as Memphis dominated the first 14 minutes of action, grabbing a commanding 36-17 lead. Brittany Carter paced the deadly Memphis offense as she had 16 early points.

After trailing 9-8 early, the Black and Gold posted an unstoppable 18-3 streak to jump on top of College of Charleston 26-12. Offensive production came from all over for the hot-shooting Apps, as freshman Ashlen Dewart nailed a trey to begin the run. Along with Dewart, five other Mountaineers contributed to the run, holding CofC to eight minutes without a field goal. Dewart was impressive on the night, as she went 9-18 from the field, including 3-5 from behind the arc, pouring in a game-best 25 points, while hauling in six rebounds and going a spotless 4-4 from the charity stripe. Ericka Willams drained a three-pointer to end CofC’s scoring drought, but Appalachian finished the first period strong, outscoring the Cougars 9-2 in the final four and a half minutes to take a monstrous 40-18 lead into the break. Charleston however tried to rally a comeback with a little over eight minutes remaining, going on a 7-0 run to make it 59-44, the closest the game had been since the 5:43 mark of the first. Appalachian answered, picking up its pace, as Anna Freeman drilled a threepointer to push ASU’s lead back out to 20 points at 65-45.

Carter ended as the contest’s leading scorer, pouring in a game-high 31. Despite the deficit, ASU would not back down, as a Chakeitha Weldon trey sparked a 20-4 Black and Gold streak to close out the half. Offensive production came from all over for the Mountaineers, as five other Apps in addition to Weldon put points on the board. Weldon was stout offensively, as she totaled 15 points on 6-of-13 shooting, including going 1-2 from behind the arc. The run cut Memphis’ lead to just three, as Appalachian headed into intermission down 40-37. A hotly contested second-half saw just three different lead changes with the final one at the 9:56 mark in Appalachian’s favor proving to be the difference-maker in the game. After Memphis went up 56-52 with a little over ten minutes to play, another silencing 16-1 Black and Gold run pushed ASU in front of Memphis and the Apps never looked back. Led by freshman Ashlen Dewart, who had eight of the 16 points, Appalachian jumped out to its largest lead of the game at 11, up 68-57.

Freeeman was stout offensively as well, going a perfect 5-5 from the field, scoring 17 points and dishing out three assists.

Dewart finished with a team-high 21 points while grabbing nine rebounds and swatting three shots. For her efforts throughout the WBI tournament, averaging 18.5 points a game and hauling in an average of 8.0 rebounds per contest, the Spartanburg, S.C. native was named the tournament’s MVP.

Final buckets down the stretch by Canesha Edwards thwarted any hopes of a College of Charleston comeback and Appalachian earned its third win of the season against its conference rival and its seventh-straight on its home floor.

The Tigers tried to comeback pulling back with in five with less than four minutes to play, but ASU’s offense never let up and the Mountaineers went on to earn the eight-point victory.

Dominant once again on the glass the Mountaineers out-rebounded the Cougars 50-34, with Catherine Williams and Anna Freeman each grabbing a team-high nine boards apiece.

In addition to Weldon and Dewart, Anna Freeman and Canesha Edwards were also impressive, as Freeman scored 13 points and Edwards chipped in ten.

ASU has now defeated its opponents in WBI action by an average of 19 points, winning by no less than 15. Playing in its first postseason championship game since 1999, the Mountaineers advance to the WBI finals to take on Memphis. Having the highest RPI and earning the number one overall seed in the tournament, Appalachian will host the contest, March 28 at 2 p.m. in the Holmes Center.

2009-10 BOX SCORES

Once again strong on the glass, the Black and Gold out-rebounded a highly athletic Memphis team 43-36. In just her second year at the helm, Darcie Vincent and her staff have now posted the best single season turnaround in school history at +12 games and will return nine of 10 players for the 2010-11 campaign. Notes: The 23 wins are the most in a season since 1995-96 (24-6 overall) ... ASU has now won four-straight contests and eight-straight at the Holmes Center ... the win is ASU’s first postseason championship since 1999 when the Mountaineers won the SoCon title ... the victory is ASU’s first-ever over Memphis ... the win is the Apps fifth in the month of March, giving ASU its best-ever record in the month at 5-1.

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Sam Ramirez and her teammates cut down the nets in the Holmes Center following the squad’s thrilling win over Memphis in the WBI championship game.


appalachian’s record when Appalachian’s Record When...

At home On the road At neutral sites In overtime In SoCon games In non-conference games Versus Atlantic Coast Conference Versus Atlantic 10 Versus Atlantic Sun Versus Big East Versus Big South Versus Big Twelve Versus Colonial Athletic Association Versus CIAA Versus Conference USA Versus Independent Versus MAAC Versus Mid-American Versus Missouri Valley Versus Southland Versus Southwestern Athletic Versus West Coast Conference In games decided by five points or less In games decided by 6-10 points In games decided by 11 points or more Leading at the half Trailing at the half Tied at the half Shooting 40% or better Shooting less than 40% Opponent shoots 40% or better Opponent shoots less than 40% Shooting better than opponent Shooting worse than opponent Shooting same as opponent Outrebounding opponent Opponent outrebounds ASU Rebounds are tied Shooting 70% or better on free throws Shooting less than 70% on free throws Have more free throw attempts than opp. Have less free throw attempts than opp. Have same no. free throw attempts as opp. Shooting 40% or better on 3-pointers Shooting less than 40% on 3-pointers Have more turnovers than opponent Have less turnovers than opponent Have same no. of turnovers as opponent Scoring 80 or more points Scoring 70-79 points Scoring 60-69 points Scoring 50-59 points Scoring Less than 50 points Allowing 80 or more points Allowing 70-79 points Allowing 60-69 points Allowing 50-59 points Allowing Less than 50 points On Sunday On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday In November In December In January In February In March In Alabama In California In District of Columbia In Florida In Georgia In Kansas In North Carolina In Ohio In Pennsylvania In South Carolina In Tennessee In Virginia In West Virginia

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2006-07 6-8 6-8 1-2 0-1 6-12 7-6 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 2-6 10-9 12-3 0-14 1-1 12-5 1-13 6-8 9-8 12-3 1-14 0-0 6-5 4-12 3-1 6-7 7-11 4-4 8-14 1-0 3-6 10-12 5-11 8-5 0-2 4-1 2-2 7-11 0-4 0-0 0-5 1-6 7-7 3-0 2-0 0-0 1-5 4-4 1-2 0-1 0-2 7-4 3-3 4-3 4-5 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 8-11 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-2 0-1 0-0

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 4-9 4-10 0-3 1-0 5-13 3-8 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 5-4 1-3 2-15 6-3 2-17 0-2 6-12 2-10 2-16 6-5 5-5 3-17 0-0 2-3 5-17 1-2 3-7 5-16 3-4 5-18 0-0 4-4 4-18 0-9 6-12 2-1 3-0 2-0 1-12 2-7 0-3 1-5 2-10 2-6 3-1 0-0 0-3 2-4 1-2 3-1 0-3 1-2 1-7 1-4 1-5 3-4 3-5 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 5-13 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-0

5-8 3-14 1-0 0-0 7-13 1-8 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 5-4 1-2 3-16 5-2 4-20 0-0 8-9 1-13 0-16 9-6 8-7 1-15 0-0 7-9 2-12 0-1 4-7 5-15 3-1 6-21 0-0 2-3 7-19 6-18 3-4 0-0 0-0 4-2 5-5 0-9 0-6 0-5 0-8 5-7 4-2 0-0 0-1 3-6 1-2 1-2 1-0 0-3 3-8 1-4 0-6 4-5 3-6 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 7-12 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0

11-6 10-5 2-1 2-0 14-6 9-6 0-0 0-2 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-3 3-3 14-6 16-3 4-9 3-0 17-8 6-4 4-7 19-5 21-7 2-5 0-0 19-6 3-5 1-1 8-4 15-8 11-0 9-11 3-1 8-2 15-10 13-9 7-2 3-1 2-0 11-1 7-3 3-8 0-0 1-1 2-7 4-3 14-1 2-0 2-1 7-2 0-1 1-3 4-0 1-2 8-3 2-3 3-3 6-3 7-2 5-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 16-8 0-1 1-1 4-0 0-1 0-0 1-0


the last time it happened INdividual Scoring 30-34 points Ashlen Dewart (34) at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 35-39 points Angela Crosby (37) vs. East Carolina (3/3/93) 40+ points Valorie Whiteside (48) vs. Western Carolina (1/23/86) Two players score 20+ Ashlen Dewart (25) and Sam Ramirez (23) vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10)

15-19 rebounds 20-24 rebounds 25+ rebounds

Indvidual Rebounding Anna Freeman (19) vs. Miami (Ohio) (11/28/09) Valorie Whiteside (20) vs. Western Carolina (3/3/87) Valorie Whiteside (26) vs. Furman (2/6/86)

Individual Assists 5-9 assists Anna Freeman (8) vs. Memphis (3/28/10) 10+ assists Sam Ramirez (10) vs. Marshall (11/14/08) Two players record 5+ assists Anna Freeman (8), Sam Ramirez (7) vs. Memphis (3/28/10) Individual Steals 5-9 steals Anna Freeman (7) vs. Memphis (3/28/10) 10+ steals Whitney Tossie (11) vs. Elon (12/16/06) Two players record 5+ steals Sam Ramirez (5) and Canesha Edwards (6) vs Wofford (2/25/10) Individual Shooting 10+ field goals made Ashlen Dewart (15) at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 10+ free throws made Whitney Tossie (11) vs. VCU (12/21/07) 5+ three-pointers Sam Ramirez (5) vs College of Charleston (1/10/09) Team Scoring Less than 40 points 35 at Wake Forest (11/21/08) 80-89 points 85 vs. Elon (1/2/09) 90-99 points 92 vs. Wofford (1/28/08) and vs. ETSU (12/17/09) 100+ points 100 vs. Georgia Southern (2/24/96) Five players in double-figures at Elon (2/6/10) (Weldon- 16, Dewart-12, Ramirez-12, Sharkey-12, C. Freeman-11) Six players in double-figures vs. Furman (1/4/03) (Bryant-12, Johnson-12, Conklin-11, Conyers-11, Smith-11, Jank-10) No players in double-figures at Wake Forest (11/21/08)

50-54.9 percent 55-59.9 percent 60+ percent

Team Field Goal percentage 50.0 percent at Georgia Southern (2/27/10) 55.1 percent vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10) 61.5 percent vs. Western Carolina (2/24/05)

Team 3-Point Field Goal percentage 50-54.9 percent 50.0 vs College of Charleston (3/25/10) 55-59.9 percent 56.3 percent at Davidson (2/21/06) 60+ percent 80.0 percent at George Mason (12/30/08)

80-89.9 percent 90-99.9 percent 100 percent

Team Free Throw percentage 80.0 percent at Charleston Southern (3/18/10) 94.1 percent vs. Western Carolina (2/8/10) 100 percent vs. College of Charleston (1/10/09)

10+ three-pointers made 10 at Samford (2/15/10) Team Margin of Victory 1 point 1 vs. UNC Greensboro (2/11/05) 35-39 points 36 vs. Wofford (12/21/98) 40-44 points 44 vs. Liberty (2/28/89) 45-50 points 49 vs. Davidson (2/14/94) 50+ points 53 vs. Marshall (1/21/95) Opponent Scoring Less than 40 points 36, Fairfield (3/21/10) 80-89 points 89, Bowling Green (12/23/09) 90-99 points 92, Western Carolina (1/3/09) 100+ points 111, DePaul (12/30/07) Five players in double-figures Gardner-Webb (1/28/09) Six players in double-figures Maryland (12/1/05) (Doron-20, Coleman-17, Langhorne-17, Toliver-17, Newman-16, Perry-16) No players in double-figures College of Charleston (3/25/10)

50-54.9 percent 55-59.9 percent 60+ percent

Opponent 3-Point Field Goal percentage 50-54.9 percent 50.0 percent, Bowling Green (12/23/09) 55-59.9 percent 55.6 percent, Gardner-Webb (1/28/09) 60+ percent 66.7 percent, George Mason (12/30/09)

80-89.9 percent 90-99.9 percent 100 percent

THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED

Opponent Free Throw percentage 81.0 percent, Samford (3/7/10) 95.7 percent, Georgia Southern (2/27/10) 100 percent, Winthrop (11/23/05)

Opponent Three-Point Shooting No three-pointers made 0, Elon (2/9/09) 10+ three-pointers made 11, Samford (3/7/10) *14, Bowling Green (12/23/09) * ASU school record in opponent 3 pointers made

1 point 35-39 points 40-44 points 45-50 points 50+ points

Opponent Margin of Victory 1, Davidson (2/9/08) 36, Samford (1/17/09) 40, NC State (12/31/03) 47, DePaul (12/30/07) 59, Maryland (12/1/05)

Miscellaneous Overtime game vs. College of Charleston (1/18/10) Overtime win vs. College of Charleston (W, 66-63) (1/18/10) Double-overtime game vs. Davidson (W, 78-75) (1/18/03) Neither team scores a three vs. Elon (2/9/09) * First time neither team scored a 3 dating as far back as January 15, 1992*

Team Three-Point Shooting No three-pointers made 0 vs Western Carolina (1/4/10) 0 vs. Samford (3/7/10)

Opponent Field Goal percentage 52.9 percent , UNCG (2/23/09) 58.9 percent, UNC Greensboro (1/14/06) 60.0 percent, Maryland (12/1/05)

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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE RECAP 2009-10 Southern Conference Final Standings W

SoCon Overall L Pct. H A Streak W L Pct.

Chattanooga#! 16 4 .800 10-0 6-4 Samford 14 6 .700 7-3 7-3 Appalachian State 14 6 .700 6-4 8-2 College of Charleston 13 7 .650 7-3 6-4 Georgia Southern 13 7 .650 5-5 8-2 Davidson 12 8 .600 6-4 6-4 Elon 6 14 .300 2-8 4-6 UNCG 6 14 .300 4-6 2-8 Wofford 6 14 .300 4-6 2-8 Western Carolina 6 14 .300 4-6 2-8 Furman 4 16 .200 2-8 2-8 # Regular Season Champion ! Tournament Champion

W1 L1 L1 L2 W5 W1 L2 W2 W1 L1 L10

9 11 12 12 12 15 19 20 21 23 24

.727 .676 .657 .636 .613 .483 .387 .333 .276 .233 .226

H A

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

N

Streak

4-0 L1 5-1 L1 2-1 W4 1-2 L1 1-2 L1 0-3 L1 1-1 L1 1-1 L1 0-1 L1 0-3 L2 1-1 L1

2009-10 SoCon Tournament ReCap Bojangles Coliseum • Time Warner Arena CHARLOTTE, N.C. • March 4-8, 2010

SCSMA ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS First Team Tonia Gerty, College of Charleston Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Ali Ford, Elon Emily London, Samford

27 23 23 21 19 14 12 10 8 7 7

Thursday March 4, 2010 • Bojangles Coliseum Game 1 Game 2 Game 3

No. 10 Elon 67, No. 7 Wofford 53 No. 9 UNC Greensboro 57, No. 8 Western Carolina 55 No. 11 Furman 73, No. 6 Davidson 67

Second Team Ashlen Dewart, Appalachian State Anna Freeman, Appalachian State Sam Ramirez, Appalachian State Alex Thompson, Davidson Savannah Hill, Samford

Saturday March 6, 2010 • Bojangles Coliseum

Player of the Year – Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Freshman of the Year – Ali Ford, Elon Coach of the Year – Darcie Vincent, Appalachian State

Sunday March 7, 2010 • Time Warner Cable Arena

COACHES’ ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Sam Ramirez, Appalachian State Tonia Gerty, College of Charleston Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Alex Thompson, Davidson Ali Ford, Elon Lee Stephens, Furman Savannah Hill, Samford Emily London, Samford Emily Clarke, Western Carolina All-Freshman Team Ashlen Dewart, Appalachian State Anna Freeman, Appalachian State Kayla Christopher, Chattanooga Sophia Aleksandravicius, Davidson Ali Ford, Elon Player of the Year – Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Defensive Player of the Year – Tonia Gerty, Coll. of Charleston Freshman of the Year – Ali Ford, Elon Coach of the Year – Darcie Vincent, Appalachian State Ann Lashley Inspiration Award – Megan Wilderotter, Samford

SOCON RECAP

Friday March 5, 2010 • Bojangles Coliseum Game 4 Game 5 Game 6 Game 7

Game 8 Game 9

No. 2 Samford 57, No. 10 Elon 38 No. 1 Chattanooga 82, No. 9 UNC Greensboro 64

No. 5 Georgia Southern 57, No. 4 Coll. of Charleston 56 No. 3 Appalachian State 71, No. 11 Furman 53 No. 1 Chattanooga 60, No. 5 Georgia Southern 49 No. 2 Samford 66, No. 3 Appalachian State 53

Monday March 8, 2010 Game 10

No. 1 Chattanooga 72, No. 2 Samford 67

All-Tournament Team MVP: Shanara Hollinquest (Chattanooga)

2009-10 SoCon Players of the Week Week 1: Savannah Hill, Samford

First Team Kayla Christopher, Chattanooga Monica Maxwell, Samford Emily London, Samford Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Savannah Hill, Samford Second Team Anna Freeman, Appalachian State Lakiah Hyson, UNC Greensboro Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Chakeitha Weldon, Appalachian State Michelle Davis, Chattanooga

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Week 2: Deidra Jones, Coll. of Charleston Week 3: Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Week 4: J’Lisia Ogburn, Georgia Southern Week 5: Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Week 6: Ashlen Dewart, Appalachian State Week 7: Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Week 8: Emily London, Samford Week 9: Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Week 10: Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Week 11: Michelle Davis, Chattanooga Week 12: Sam Ramirez, Appalachian State Week 13: Monica Maxwell, Samford Week 14: Savannah Hill, Samford Week 15: Amanda Leigh, UNC Greensboro


2009-10 SOCON SUPERLATIVES Individual Player Game Highs

Points 35 LONDON, Emily (Samford) at Davidson (1/9/2010) 34 DEWART, Ashlen (Appalachian State) at Bowling Green (12/23/09) Field goals made 15 DEWART, Ashlen (Appalachian State) at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 12 DEWART, Ashlen (Appalachian State) vs East Tennessee State (12/17/09) 12 HILL, Savannah (Samford) at Western Carolina (02/20/10) Field goal attempts 25 FORD, Ali (Elon) vs Chattanooga (12/17/09) 25 FORD, Ali (Elon) vs UNC Greensboro (02/27/10) Field goal percentage .889 (8-9) OGBURN, J’Lisia (Georgia Southern) vs Western Carolina (2/3/10) .800 (8-10) DWYER, Kelly (Wofford) vs Norfolk State (11/18/09) .800 (8-10) MENENDEZ, Kaila’she (Western Carolina) vs Cincinnati (11/24/09) .800 (8-10) LEDFORD, Lakyn (Furman) vs Mercer (11/28/09) .800 (8-10) COTTON, Urysla (Elon) at Winston-Salem State (12/13/09) .800 (8-10) OGBURN, J’Lisia (Georgia Southern) vs Furman (1/11/10) .800 (8-10) ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S. (Davidson) vs Western Carolina (1/25/10) .800 (8-10) SMITH, Kendra (UNC Greensboro) vs Georgia Southern (01/25/10) .800 (8-10) FEEMSTER, Kristen (Western Carolina) at Appalachian State (2/8/10) .800 (8-10) OGBURN, J’Lisia (Georgia Southern) vs Appalachian State (022710) 3-Pt FG made 7 FORD, Ali (Elon) vs St. Andrews College (11/20/09) 7 LAX, Ashley (Davidson) vs Furman (2/27/10) 3-Pt FG attempts 15 FORD, Ali (Elon) vs Chattanooga (12/17/09) 14 LEIGH, Amanda (UNC Greensboro) vs Morgan State (11/14/09) 3-Pt percentage 1.000 (5-5) FORD, Ali (Elon) vs Southern Virginia (01/28/10) 1.000 (5-5) LAX, Ashley (Davidson) at UNC Greensboro (02/06/10) Free throws made 14 STEPHENS, Lee (Furman) vs Davidson (11/30/09) 14 HOLLINQUEST, Shanara (Chattanooga) vs Samford (03/08/10) Free throw attempts 16 STEPHENS, Lee (Furman) vs Davidson (11/30/09) 15 GERTY, Tonia (Coll. of Charleston) vs Clemson (11/16/09) Free throw percentage 1.000 (14-14)HOLLINQUEST, Shanara (Chattanooga) vs Samford (03/08/10) 1.000 (10-10)MENENDEZ, Kaila’she (Western Carolina) vs Coastal Carolina (11/25/09) 1.000 (10-10)FORD, Ali (Elon) vs Davidson (01/04/09) 1.000 (10-10)THOMPSON, Alex (Davidson) vs Western Carolina (1/25/10) 1.000 (10-10)HOLLINQUEST, Shanara (Chattanooga) vs UNC Greensboro (02/01/10) 1.000 (10-10)WADE-FRAY, Jenaya (Chattanooga) at Coll of Charleston (02/08/10) 1.000 (9-9) HYSON, Lakiah (UNC Greensboro) vs Elon (01/13/10) 1.000 (9-9) DEWART, Ashlen (Appalachian State) vs Western Carolina (2/8/10) 1.000 (8-8) NAVARRO, Jamie (Georgia Southern) at Colorado (11/27/09) 1.000 (8-8) HOVATTER, Kallie (Elon) at Winston-Salem State (12/13/09) 1.000 (8-8) TOWNSEND, Tenisha (Chattanooga) at St. Peter’s (12/30/09) 1.000 (8-8) THOMPSON, Alex (Davidson) vs Samford (1/9/2010) 1.000 (8-8) NAVARRO, Jamie (Georgia Southern) vs Davidson (1/18/10) 1.000 (8-8) CROW, Alex (Samford) at Wofford (01/23/10) Rebounds 19 JONES, Deidra (Coll. of Charleston) vs Texas-San Antonio (11/21/09) 19 FREEMAN, Anna (Appalachian State) vs Miami (OH) (11/28/09) 19 COTTON, Urysla (Elon) at Coastal Carolina (12-29-09) 19 DAVIS, Michelle (Chattanooga) vs Elon (1/30/10) Assists 9 JACKSON, Jessica (Western Carolina) vs Coastal Carolina (11/25/09) 9 GERTY, Tonia (Coll of Charleston) vs Elon (12/07/09) 9 WADE-FRAY, Jenaya (Chattanooga) vs Samford (02/27/10) Steals 7 DWYER, Kelly (Wofford) at Furman (01/05/10) 7 HYSON, Lakiah (UNC Greensboro) at Furman (01/19/10) 7 FREEMAN, Anna (Appalachian State) vs Memphis (3/28/10) Blocked shots 8 FREEMAN, Anna (Appalachian State) at Bowling Green (12/23/09) 8 WILLIAMS, Catherine (Appalachian State) vs Davidson (1/23/10) Turnovers 10 FORD, Ali (Elon) at Manhattan (12/01/09) 10 FORD, Ali (Elon) at Coll of Charleston (12/07/09) 10 WELDON, Chakeitha (Appalachian State) vs Furman (12/21/09)

Points 104 97

Field goals made 39 38

Team Game Highs Elon vs St. Andrews College (11/20/09) Coll. of Charleston vs Mercer (11/20/09) Elon vs St. Andrews College (11/20/09) Georgia Southern vs Brewton-Parker (11/13/09)

Field goal attempts 81 Elon vs St. Andrews College (11/20/09) 79 Wofford vs Norfolk State (11/18/09) Field goal percentage .590 (36-61) Coll. of Charleston vs Mercer (11/20/09) .589 (33-56) Elon vs Youngstown State (11/13/09) 3-Pt FG made 14 14

Elon vs St. Andrews College (11/20/09) Coll. of Charleston vs Mercer (11/20/09)

3-Pt FG attempts 34 31

Chattanooga vs Oklahoma State (03-20-10) Samford at Virginia (12/28/09)

3-Pt percentage .667 (10-15) .667 (8-12)

Coll of Charleston at Wofford (02/15/10) Chattanooga at Austin Peay (11/15/09)

Free throws made 29 25 25 25 25

Furman vs Stetson (12/13/09) Samford vs North Texas (11/27/09) Furman vs Davidson (11/30/09) Wofford at Wake Forest (12/19/09) Chattanooga vs Richmond (12/29/09)

Free throw attempts 40 Furman vs Stetson (12/13/09) 38 Elon at Winston-Salem State (12/13/09) Free throw percentage 1.000 (14-14) Samford vs Chattanooga (11/30/09) 1.000 (13-13) Chattanooga at Elon (12/17/09) 1.000 (2-2) UNC Greensboro at Ohio State (11/25/09) Rebounds 64 64

Wofford vs Norfolk State (11/18/09) Chattanooga vs Richmond (12/29/09)

Assists 27 24 24 24 24

Georgia Southern vs Brewton-Parker (11/13/09) Coll. of Charleston vs Mercer (11/20/09) Appalachian State vs East Tennessee State (12/17/09) Appalachian State at Bowling Green (12/23/09) Appalachian State vs UNC Greensboro (2/20/10)

Steals 21 20 20

Wofford vs Southern Virginia (01/27/10) Georgia Southern vs Brewton-Parker (11/13/09) Elon vs St. Andrews College (11/20/09)

Blocked shots 17 13 Turnovers 42 34 34 Fouls 33 33

Appalachian State vs Elon (1/2/10) Elon at UNC Greensboro (01/13/10) Wofford at Georgetown (11/28/09) Elon at Manhattan (12/01/09) Appalachian State vs Furman (12/21/09) Wofford at Campbell (11/13/09) Davidson at Nebraska (11/13/09)

Southern Conference Versus Other Conferences in 2008-09 Atlantic Coast . ............................................................. 2-11 Atlantic Sun......................................................................6-3 Atlantic 10.........................................................................1-3 Big East...............................................................................0-5 Big South...........................................................................4-8 Big Ten................................................................................1-1 Big 12..................................................................................0-3 Colonial..............................................................................2-5 Conference USA..............................................................1-1 Horizon...............................................................................1-0

Independents..................................................................3-0 Ivy League.........................................................................1-0 Mid-American..................................................................1-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic.................................................1-1 Mid Eastern Athletic......................................................5-1 Missouri Valley.................................................................1-2 Northeast..........................................................................0-1 Ohio Valley........................................................................2-0 Patriot.................................................................................0-1 Pacific..................................................................................0-1

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Southeastern....................................................................0-4 Southland..........................................................................2-0 Sun Belt..............................................................................2-2 Non-Division I..................................................................5-0 Division I.......................................................................36-55 Non-Division I..................................................................5-0 Total.............................................................. 41-55


2009-10 TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE ##Team 1. Chattanooga 2. Appalachian State 3. Davidson 4. Elon 5. Samford 6. Coll. of Charleston 7. Wofford 8. Georgia Southern 9. Western Carolina 10. UNCG 11. Furman

G 33 35 29 31 34 33 29 31 30 30 31

W-L 24-9 23-12 14-15 12-19 23-11 21-12 8-21 19-12 7-23 10-20 7-24

Pts Avg/G 2216 67.2 2336 66.7 1921 66.2 2000 64.5 2151 63.3 2078 63.0 1759 60.7 1841 59.4 1765 58.8 1748 58.3 1730 55.8

SCORING DEFENSE ##Team 1. Georgia Southern 2. Samford 3. Coll. of Charleston 4. Chattanooga 5. Appalachian State 6. Furman 7. Western Carolina 8. UNCG 9. Elon 10. Davidson 11. Wofford

G 31 34 33 33 35 31 30 30 31 29 29

Pts 1752 1975 2011 2042 2191 1961 1919 1941 2043 1919 2014

Avg/G 56.5 58.1 60.9 61.9 62.6 63.3 64.0 64.7 65.9 66.2 69.4

SCORING MARGIN ##Team 1. Chattanooga 2. Samford 3. Appalachian State 4. Georgia Southern 5. Coll. of Charleston 6. Davidson 7. Elon 8. Western Carolina 9. UNCG 10. Furman 11. Wofford

G 33 34 35 31 33 29 31 30 30 31 29

OFF 67.2 63.3 66.7 59.4 63.0 66.2 64.5 58.8 58.3 55.8 60.7

DEF Margin 61.9 +5.3 58.1 +5.2 62.6 +4.1 56.5 +2.9 60.9 +2.0 66.2 +0.1 65.9 -1.4 64.0 -5.1 64.7 -6.4 63.3 -7.5 69.4 -8.8

FREE THROW PCT ##Team 1. Samford 2. Chattanooga 3. Georgia Southern 4. Furman 5. Western Carolina 6. Coll. of Charleston 7. Davidson 8. Elon 9. UNCG 10. Wofford 11. Appalachian State

G 34 33 31 31 30 33 29 31 30 29 35

FTM 425 457 437 411 356 336 412 436 330 381 387

FTA 560 639 621 590 513 497 611 653 495 583 599

Pct .759 .715 .704 .697 .694 .676 .674 .668 .667 .654 .646

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ##Team G 1. Appalachian State 35 2. Samford 34 3. Davidson 29 4. Coll. of Charleston 33 5. Chattanooga 33 6. Georgia Southern 31 7. Elon 31 8. Western Carolina 30 9. Wofford 29 10. Furman 31 11. UNCG 30

FG 900 727 671 764 751 624 711 643 618 576 629

FGA 2084 1696 1608 1888 1867 1612 1841 1699 1642 1613 1772

Pct .432 .429 .417 .405 .402 .387 .386 .378 .376 .357 .355

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ##Team 1. Appalachian State 2. Coll. of Charleston 3. Elon 4. Davidson 5. Georgia Southern 6. Chattanooga 7. Samford 8. Wofford 9. Western Carolina 10. UNCG 11. Furman

G 35 33 31 29 31 33 34 29 30 30 31

FG 743 689 719 639 625 760 695 703 678 682 724

FGA 2075 1825 1898 1680 1635 1951 1776 1762 1632 1635 1694

Pct .358 .378 .379 .380 .382 .390 .391 .399 .415 .417 .427

3-POINT FG PCT ##Team 1. Davidson 2. Samford 3. Chattanooga 4. Appalachian State 5. Coll. of Charleston 6. Furman

G 29 34 33 35 33 31

FG 167 272 257 149 214 167

FGA 460 768 740 434 625 508

Pct .363 .354 .347 .343 .342 .329

7. Georgia Southern 8. Wofford 9. Elon 10. Western Carolina 11. UNCG

31 29 31 30 30

156 142 142 123 160

501 468 472 420 552

.311 .303 .301 .293 .290

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE ##Team 1. Elon 2. Georgia Southern 3. Western Carolina 4. Chattanooga 5. Appalachian State 6. Samford 7. Coll. of Charleston 8. UNCG 9. Davidson 10. Furman 11. Wofford

G 31 31 30 33 35 34 33 30 29 31 29

FG 163 163 137 179 210 170 203 183 192 171 187

FGA 555 553 464 603 661 523 611 546 566 471 500

Pct .294 .295 .295 .297 .318 .325 .332 .335 .339 .363 .374

REBOUNDING OFFENSE ##Team 1. Appalachian State 2. Chattanooga 3. Elon 4. Wofford 5. Davidson 6. Coll. of Charleston 7. Western Carolina 8. UNCG 9. Georgia Southern 10. Furman 11. Samford

G 35 33 31 29 29 33 30 30 31 31 34

Reb 1504 1353 1258 1148 1128 1254 1092 1080 1079 1031 1054

Avg/G 43.0 41.0 40.6 39.6 38.9 38.0 36.4 36.0 34.8 33.3 31.0

REBOUNDING DEFENSE ##Team 1. Samford 2. Chattanooga 3. Appalachian State 4. Western Carolina 5. Georgia Southern 6. Coll. of Charleston 7. Furman 8. Davidson 9. Wofford 10. UNCG 11. Elon

G 34 33 35 30 31 33 31 29 29 30 31

Reb 1174 1152 1250 1099 1138 1233 1161 1091 1154 1199 1288

Avg/G 34.5 34.9 35.7 36.6 36.7 37.4 37.5 37.6 39.8 40.0 41.5

REBOUNDING MARGIN ##Team G TEAM 1. Appalachian State 35 1504 2. Chattanooga 33 1353 3. Davidson 29 1128 4. Coll. of Charleston 33 1254 5. Wofford 29 1148 6. Western Carolina 30 1092 7. Elon 31 1258 8. Georgia Southern 31 1079 9. Samford 34 1054 10. UNCG 30 1080 11. Furman 31 1031

Avg OPP Avg Margin 43.0 1250 35.7 +7.3 41.0 1152 34.9 +6.1 38.9 1091 37.6 +1.3 38.0 1233 37.4 +0.6 39.6 1154 39.8 -0.2 36.4 1099 36.6 -0.2 40.6 1288 41.5 -1.0 34.8 1138 36.7 -1.9 31.0 1174 34.5 -3.5 36.0 1199 40.0 -4.0 33.3 1161 37.5 -4.2

BLOCKED SHOTS ##Team 1. Appalachian State 2. Elon 3. Wofford 4. Furman 5. Davidson 6. UNCG 7. Western Carolina 8. Coll. of Charleston 9. Georgia Southern 10. Samford 11. Chattanooga

G 35 31 29 31 29 30 30 33 31 34 33

Blocks 223 147 116 109 98 90 85 73 67 72 59

ASSISTS ##Team 1. Appalachian State 2. Samford 3. Davidson 4. Coll. of Charleston 5. Chattanooga 6. Georgia Southern 7. Wofford 8. UNCG 9. Furman 10. Elon 11. Western Carolina

G 35 34 29 33 33 31 29 30 31 31 30

Assists Avg/G 556 15.9 486 14.3 383 13.2 427 12.9 415 12.6 380 12.3 329 11.3 337 11.2 335 10.8 324 10.5 273 9.1

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Avg/G 6.4 4.7 4.0 3.5 3.4 3.0 2.8 2.2 2.2 2.1 1.8

STEALS ##Team 1. UNCG 2. Elon 3. Appalachian State 4. Georgia Southern 5. Furman 6. Coll. of Charleston 7. Wofford 8. Davidson 9. Samford 10. Chattanooga 11. Western Carolina TURNOVER MARGIN ##Team 1. Georgia Southern 2. UNCG 3. Samford 4. Furman 5. Coll of Charleston 6. Western Carolina 7. Davidson 8. Elon 9. Chattanooga 10. Appalachian State 11. Wofford

G 30 31 35 31 31 33 29 29 34 33 30

Steals 310 309 348 290 285 293 241 224 257 224 198

Avg/G 10.3 10.0 9.9 9.4 9.2 8.9 8.3 7.7 7.6 6.8 6.6

G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Mar. 31 512 16.5 584 18.8 +2.32 30 514 17.1 576 19.2 +2.07 34 489 14.4 530 15.6 +1.21 31 561 18.1 569 18.4 +0.26 33 551 16.7 546 16.5 -0.15 30 467 15.6 457 15.2 -0.33 29 566 19.5 520 17.9 -1.59 31 689 22.2 633 20.4 -1.81 33 527 16.0 459 13.9 -2.06 35 744 21.3 639 18.3 -3.00 29 660 22.8 539 18.6 -4.17

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ##Team G 1. Samford 34 2. Chattanooga 33 3. Coll of Charleston 33 4. Appalachian State 35 5. Georgia Southern 31 6. Davidson 29 7. UNCG 30 8. Furman 31 9. Western Carolina 30 10. Wofford 29 11. Elon 31

Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio 486 14.3 489 14.4 1.0 415 12.6 527 16.0 0.8 427 12.9 551 16.7 0.8 556 15.9 744 21.3 0.7 380 12.3 512 16.5 0.7 383 13.2 566 19.5 0.7 337 11.2 514 17.1 0.7 335 10.8 561 18.1 0.6 273 9.1 467 15.6 0.6 329 11.3 660 22.8 0.5 324 10.5 689 22.2 0.5

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Team 1. Appalachian State 2. UNCG 3. Wofford 4. Coll of Charleston 5. Elon 6. Western Carolina 7. Furman 8. Chattanooga 9. Davidson 10. Georgia Southern 11. Samford

G 35 30 29 33 31 30 31 33 29 31 34

No. 522 404 381 422 394 373 379 400 350 355 223

Avg/G 14.9 13.5 13.1 12.8 12.7 12.4 12.2 12.1 12.1 11.5 6.6

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Team 1. Chattanooga 2. Appalachian State 3. Elon 4. Davidson 5. Wofford 6. Coll of Charleston 7. Samford 8. Western Carolina 9. Georgia Southern 10. UNCG 11. Furman

G 33 35 31 29 29 33 34 30 31 30 31

No. 953 982 864 778 767 832 831 719 724 676 652

Avg/G 28.9 28.1 27.9 26.8 26.4 25.2 24.4 24.0 23.4 22.5 21.0

3-POINT FG MADE ##Team 1. Samford 2. Chattanooga 3. Coll of Charleston 4. Davidson 5. Furman 6. UNCG 7. Georgia Southern 8. Wofford 9. Elon 10. Appalachian State 11. Western Carolina

G 34 33 33 29 31 30 31 29 31 35 30

3FG 272 257 214 167 167 160 156 142 142 149 123

Avg/G 8.0 7.8 6.5 5.8 5.4 5.3 5.0 4.9 4.6 4.3 4.1


2009-10 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SCORING ##Player-Team Cl G FG 3FG FT 1. HOLLINQUEST, Shanara-UTC SR 33 188 5 181 2. FORD, Ali-ELON FR 31 159 84 97 3. LONDON, Emily-SAM JR 29 132 68 101 4. DEWART, Ashlen-ASU FR 35 212 19 76 5. HILL, Savannah-SAM JR 34 179 25 76 6. CLARKE, Emily-WCU JR 30 154 64 31 7. WADE-FRAY, Jenaya-UTC SR 33 149 61 68 8. RAMIREZ, Sam-ASU JR 35 159 77 56 9. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV SR 29 117 47 85 10. STEPHENS, Lee-FUR SR 31 105 47 132 11. ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S.-DAV FR 29 137 12 61 12. HYSON, Lakiah-UNCG SR 30 111 30 94 13. WILLIAMS, Mahagony-WOF JR 29 140 0 43 LAX, Ashley-DAV JR 29 111 64 37 15. WHITNEY, Carolyn-GSU SR 31 118 51 57 16. WILLIAMS, Ericka-COFC SR 33 150 41 19 17. GERTY, Tonia-COFC JR 33 129 38 60 18. LEIGH, Amanda-UNCG JR 29 107 67 25 19. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU FR 35 135 38 60 20. OGBURN, J’Lisia-GSU SR 31 132 5 56 21. KOTCELLA, Brooke-COFC SR 33 123 56 39 22. MAXWELL, Monica-SAM SR 34 116 78 35 23. HUGHES, Jade-COFC SR 33 101 57 59 24. JONES, Deidra-COFC SR 33 116 0 82 25. CHRISTOPHER, Kayla-UTC FR 33 95 56 62 26. MENENDEZ, Kaila’she-WCU SO 30 85 10 96 27. NAVARRO, Jamie-GSU JR 31 62 31 115 28. CARROLL, Kendra-WCU JR 29 104 11 28 29. COTTON, Urysla-ELON SR 31 104 1 55 30. FLOYD, Monique-UNCG JR 30 92 0 71 REBOUNDING ##Player-Team Cl G OFF 1. HOLLINQUEST, Shanara-UTC SR 33 123 2. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU FR 35 73 3. ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S.-DAV FR 29 70 4. COTTON, Urysla-ELON SR 31 70 5. WILLIAMS, Mahagony-WOF JR 29 66 6. EVANS, Kelsey-ELON FR 31 80 7. JONES, Deidra-COFC SR 33 101 8. WADE-FRAY, Jenaya-UTC SR 33 47 9. PAQUETTE, Julia-DAV SR 29 51 10. WILLIAMS, Ericka-COFC SR 33 54 11. DEWART, Ashlen-ASU FR 35 66 12. CHRISTOPHER, Kayla-UTC FR 33 53 13. GEIGER, Jessica-GSU SR 30 49 14. FEEMSTER, Kristen-WCU SR 30 69 15. HILL, Savannah-SAM JR 34 43 16. VARNO, Kathlyn-WOF SR 29 61 17. KOTCELLA, Brooke-COFC SR 33 59 18. CLARKE, Emily-WCU JR 30 37 19. WILLIAMS, Catherine-ASU SO 34 71 20. DAVIS, Michelle-UTC FR 33 43

DEF 172 220 163 172 155 144 129 157 120 140 136 124 111 90 136 91 110 115 101 120

Pts Avg/G 562 17.0 499 16.1 433 14.9 519 14.8 459 13.5 403 13.4 427 12.9 451 12.9 366 12.6 389 12.5 347 12.0 346 11.5 323 11.1 323 11.1 344 11.1 360 10.9 356 10.8 306 10.6 368 10.5 325 10.5 341 10.3 345 10.1 318 9.6 314 9.5 308 9.3 276 9.2 270 8.7 247 8.5 264 8.5 255 8.5

TOT Avg/G 295 8.9 293 8.4 233 8.0 242 7.8 221 7.6 224 7.2 230 7.0 204 6.2 171 5.9 194 5.9 202 5.8 177 5.4 160 5.3 159 5.3 179 5.3 152 5.2 169 5.1 152 5.1 172 5.1 163 4.9

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G FG FGA Pct 1. OGBURN, J’Lisia-GSU SR 31 132 248 .532 2. DEWART, Ashlen-ASU FR 35 212 400 .530 3. WILLIAMS, Mahagony-WOF JR 29 140 265 .528 4. HOLLINQUEST, Shanara-UTC SR 33 188 361 .521 5. LEDFORD, Lakyn-FUR FR 31 102 203 .502 6. PAQUETTE, Julia-DAV SR 29 90 182 .495 7. HILL, Savannah-SAM JR 34 179 365 .490 8. LONDON, Emily-SAM JR 29 132 271 .487 9. FLOYD, Monique-UNCG JR 30 92 193 .477 10. JONES, Deidra-COFC SR 33 116 247 .470 11. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV SR 29 117 252 .464 12. WILLIAMS, Ericka-COFC SR 33 150 331 .453 13. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU FR 35 135 303 .446 14. KOTCELLA, Brooke-COFC SR 33 123 277 .444 15. MAXWELL, Monica-SAM SR 34 116 273 .425 ASSISTS ##Player-Team 1. GERTY, Tonia-COFC 2. RAMIREZ, Sam-ASU 3. JACKSON, Jessica-WCU 4. HILL, Savannah-SAM 5. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV 6. HUGHES, Jade-COFC FORD, Ali-ELON

Cl JR JR SR JR SR SR FR

G Assists Avg/G 33 170 5.2 35 136 3.9 30 107 3.6 34 120 3.5 29 100 3.4 33 99 3.0 31 93 3.0

8. WELDON, Chakeitha-ASU SO 32 9. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU FR 35 10. WADE-FRAY, Jenaya-UTC SR 33 11. WHITNEY, Carolyn-GSU SR 31 12. GRAMBLIN, Natalie-WOF SR 29 13. CHRISTOPHER, Kayla-UTC FR 33 14. WILDEROTTER, Megan-SAM SR 34 15. NAVARRO, Jamie-GSU JR 31

95 96 87 79 73 81 83 75

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G FTM 1. LONDON, Emily-SAM JR 29 101 2. NAVARRO, Jamie-GSU JR 31 115 3. STEPHENS, Lee-FUR SR 31 132 4. MENENDEZ, Kaila’she-WCU SO 30 96 5. FORD, Ali-ELON FR 31 97 6. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV SR 29 85 7. HYSON, Lakiah-UNCG SR 30 94 8. MURPHY, Kaitlin-FUR FR 29 66 9. HILL, Savannah-SAM JR 34 76 10. GRAMBLIN, Natalie-WOF SR 29 103 11. WADE-FRAY, Jenaya-UTC SR 33 68 12. EVANS, Kelsey-ELON FR 31 64 13. HOLLINQUEST, Shanara-UTC S R 33 181 14. JONES, Deidra-COFC SR 33 82 15. ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S.-DAV FR 29 61 STEALS ##Player-Team 1. DWYER, Kelly-WOF 2. HYSON, Lakiah-UNCG 3. STEPHENS, Lee-FUR 4. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU 5. DAVIS, Tiffany-ELON 6. GERTY, Tonia-COFC 7. NAVARRO, Jamie-GSU 8. FORD, Ali-ELON 9. FLOYD, Monique-UNCG 10. WELDON, Chakeitha-ASU 11. LONDON, Emily-SAM 12. WILLIAMS, Ericka-COFC 13. RAMIREZ, Sam-ASU 14. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV 15. LEIGH, Amanda-UNCG

Cl SR SR SR FR SR JR JR FR JR SO JR SR JR SR JR

2009-10 socon individual statistics

FTA 112 131 161 118 120 106 119 85 98 136 92 89 252 116 89

Pct .902 .878 .820 .814 .808 .802 .790 .776 .776 .757 .739 .719 .718 .707 .685

G Steals Avg/G 29 76 2.6 30 67 2.2 31 67 2.2 35 71 2.0 30 60 2.0 33 62 1.9 31 58 1.9 31 57 1.8 30 53 1.8 32 52 1.6 29 47 1.6 33 52 1.6 35 54 1.5 29 44 1.5 29 43 1.5

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G 3FG 1. LONDON, Emily-SAM JR 29 68 2. LAUNE, Monica-DAV SR 25 30 3. CHRISTOPHER, Kayla-UTC FR 33 56 4. KOTCELLA, Brooke-COFC SR 33 56 5. MAXWELL, Monica-SAM SR 34 78 6. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV SR 29 47 7. WILLIAMS, Ericka-COFC SR 33 41 8. DAVIS, Michelle-UTC FR 33 37 9. LAX, Ashley-DAV JR 29 64 10. RAMIREZ, Sam-ASU JR 35 77 11. HOLTFRETER, Kali-FUR SR 31 53 12. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU FR 35 38 13. STEPHENS, Lee-FUR SR 31 47 14. WHITNEY, Carolyn-GSU SR 31 51 15. HELMS, Maddie-WOF JR 28 31 3-POINT FG MADE ##Player-Team Cl 1. FORD, Ali-ELON FR 2. LONDON, Emily-SAM JR 3. LEIGH, Amanda-UNCG JR 4. MAXWELL, Monica-SAM SR 5. LAX, Ashley-DAV JR 6. RAMIREZ, Sam-ASU JR 7. CLARKE, Emily-WCU JR 8. WADE-FRAY, Jenaya-UTC SR 9. HUGHES, Jade-COFC SR 10. HOLTFRETER, Kali-FUR SR 11. CHRISTOPHER, Kayla-UTC F R KOTCELLA, Brooke-COFC SR 13. WHITNEY, Carolyn-GSU SR 14. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV SR 15. THOMPSON, Raegan-FUR FR

3.0 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.4

G 31 29 29 34 29 35 30 33 33 31 33 33 31 29 31

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FGA 147 71 134 139 196 121 106 97 168 203 147 107 135 154 94

3FG Avg/G 84 2.7 68 2.3 67 2.3 78 2.3 64 2.2 77 2.2 64 2.1 61 1.8 57 1.7 53 1.7 56 1.7 56 1.7 51 1.6 47 1.6 49 1.6

Pct .463 .423 .418 .403 .398 .388 .387 .381 .381 .379 .361 .355 .348 .331 .330

BLOCKED SHOTS ##Player-Team 1. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU 2. EVANS, Kelsey-ELON 3. ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S.-DAV WILLIAMS, Mahagony-WOF 5. COTTON, Urysla-ELON 6. TROUTMAN, Susan-FUR 7. WILLIAMS, Catherine-ASU 8. DEWART, Ashlen-ASU 9. DWYER, Kelly-WOF 10. GIRSTAUTAITE, Agne-UNCG 11. PAQUETTE, Julia-DAV 12. HELTON, Erin-UTC 13. HILL, Savannah-SAM 14. LEDFORD, Lakyn-FUR 15. HAIRSTON, Lei Lei-ELON OGBURN, J’Lisia-GSU

Cl FR FR FR JR SR SR SO FR SR JR SR FR JR FR FR SR

G Blocks 35 92 31 55 29 49 29 49 31 50 31 48 34 50 35 47 29 38 29 35 29 27 28 26 34 28 31 22 31 21 31 21

Avg/G 2.6 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.3 1.3 1.2 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 2.0 assists/game) ##Player-Team Cl G Asst Avg Turn 1. GERTY, Tonia-COFC JR 33 170 5.2 106 2. HILL, Savannah-SAM JR 34 120 3.5 77 3. RAMIREZ, Sam-ASU JR 35 136 3.9 96 4. JACKSON, Jessica-WCU SR 30 107 3.6 81 5. HUGHES, Jade-COFC SR 33 99 3.0 75 6. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV SR 29 100 3.4 94 7. FORD, Ali-ELON FR 31 93 3.0 181

Avg Ratio 3.2 1.6 2.3 1.6 2.7 1.4 2.7 1.3 2.3 1.3 3.2 1.1 5.8 0.5

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Player-Team 1. HOLLINQUEST, Shanara-UTC 2. JONES, Deidra-COFC 3. EVANS, Kelsey-ELON 4. ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S.-DAV 5. FEEMSTER, Kristen-WCU 6. WILLIAMS, Mahagony-WOF 7. COTTON, Urysla-ELON 8. GIRSTAUTAITE, Agne-UNCG 9. VARNO, Kathlyn-WOF 10. WILLIAMS, Catherine-ASU 11. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU 12. LEDFORD, Lakyn-FUR 13. DEWART, Ashlen-ASU 14. FREEMAN, Courtney-ASU 15. FLOYD, Monique-UNCG

Avg/G 3.7 3.1 2.6 2.4 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.8

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Player-Team 1. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU 2. ALEKSANDRAVICIUS, S.-DAV 3. COTTON, Urysla-ELON 4. WILLIAMS, Mahagony-WOF 5. HOLLINQUEST, Shanara-UTC 6. WADE-FRAY, Jenaya-UTC 7. EVANS, Kelsey-ELON 8. WILLIAMS, Ericka-COFC 9. PAQUETTE, Julia-DAV 10. MAXWELL, Monica-SAM 11. HILL, Savannah-SAM 12. JONES, Deidra-COFC 13. DWYER, Kelly-WOF 14. DEWART, Ashlen-ASU 15. LONDON, Emily-SAM

Cl SR SR FR FR SR JR SR JR SR SO FR FR FR FR JR

G No. 33 123 33 101 31 80 29 70 30 69 29 66 31 70 29 63 29 61 34 71 35 73 31 62 35 66 35 65 30 55

Cl FR FR SR JR SR SR FR SR SR SR JR SR SR FR JR

MINUTES PLAYED ##Player-Team Cl 1. STEPHENS, Lee-FUR SR 2. RAMIREZ, Sam-ASU JR 3. WADE-FRAY, Jenaya-UTC SR 4. GERTY, Tonia-COFC JR 5. THOMPSON, Alex-DAV SR 6. JACKSON, Jessica-WCU SR 7. HOLLINQUEST, Shanara-UTC S R 8. LONDON, Emily-SAM JR 9. CHRISTOPHER, Kayla-UTC FR 10. FREEMAN, Anna-ASU FR

G 31 35 33 33 29 30 33 29 33 35

G 35 29 31 29 33 33 31 33 29 34 34 33 29 35 29

No. Avg/G 220 6.3 163 5.6 172 5.5 155 5.3 172 5.2 157 4.8 144 4.6 140 4.2 120 4.1 138 4.1 136 4.0 129 3.9 113 3.9 136 3.9 112 3.9

Minutes 1145 1216 1125 1106 971 987 1070 928 1028 1080

Avg/G 36.9 34.7 34.1 33.5 33.5 32.9 32.4 32.0 31.2 30.9


all-time honors and awards All-America

Angela Crosby 1993 — FASTBREAK — Second Team

1985 — Women’s Basketball Yearbook — First Team 1985 — FASTBREAK — First Team 1986 — FASTBREAK — First Team 1987 — FASTBREAK — First Team Karen Robinson 1987 — FASTBREAK — Honorable Mention 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1993-94 2000-01

Penny Roberson 1994 — CoSIDA GTE Academic All-America (Dist. 3)

SoCon Player of the Year

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

Valorie Whiteside Beth Laney Glenda Cunningham Angela Crosby Natasha Lettsome

SoCon Tournament Most Outstanding Performer

1986-87 Valorie Whiteside 1987-88 Valorie Whiteside 1989-90 Shannon Thomas 1998-99 Beth Schoolfield

1984-85 1988-89 1993-94 1995-96 2009-10

SoCon Coach of the Year

SoCon All-Tournament Team

Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Darcie Vincent

1984 - Valorie Whiteside* 1985- Valorie Whiteside 1986 - Jane Dalton* 1987 - Valorie Whiteside* 1988 - Jane Dalton* 1988 - Beth Laney* 1988 - Valorie Whiteside* 1989 - Beth Laney* 1989 - Kim Johnson 1990- Glenda Cunnigham* 1990- Shannon Thomas* 1990- Jimma Smith 1991- Penny Roberson* 1991- Shannon Thomas* 1991- Regina Ikard 1991- Mitzi Yount 1994- Angela Crosby* 1995- Andreia Hinton*

SoCon Freshman of the Year 1992-93 Shannon Spencer 2000-01 Aisha Bryant 2002-03 Kiki Conyers

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10

1984-85 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1987-88 1987-88 1987-88 1987-88 1988-89 1988-89 1988-89 1989-90 1989-90 1990-91

1990-91 Penny Roberson

SoCon All-Freshman Team

Joanie White Kiki Conyers Crystal Barriner Greteya Kelley GiGi Thomas Frances Hernandez Sam Ramirez Canesha Edwards Sade’ Means Ashlen Dewart Anna Freeman

1988-89- 1989-90- 1990-91- 1991-92- 1992-93- 1993-94- 1994-95- 1995-96-

All-Southern Conference

Karen Robinson* Valorie Whiteside* Valorie Whiteside* Karen Robinson* Valorie Whiteside* Jane Dalton Beth Laney Jane Dalton* Valorie Whiteside* Kim Johnson Beth Laney Kim Johnson* Beth Laney* Debbie Swicegood Glenda Cunningham* Shannon Thomas Shannon Thomas*

Kiki Conyers (Coaches) Whitney Tossie* (Coaches and Media) Whitney Tossie* (Coaches and Media) Brittany Mixon (Media) Sam Ramirez (Coaches and Media) Anna Freeman (Media) Ashlen Dewart (Media)

1991-92 Regina Ikard 1991-92 Penny Roberson 1992-93 Angela Crosby* 1993-94 Angela Crosby* 1993-94 Penny Roberson 1994-95 Andreia Hinton 1994-95 Karolina Karlqvist 1995-96 Andreia Hinton* 1995-96 Shannon Spencer* 1995-96 Melissa Davis 1996-97 Merideth Thompson* 1997-98 Beth Schoolfield 1998-99 Beth Schoolfield* 1999-00 Natasha Lettsome* 2000-01 Natasha Lettsome* (Coaches and Media) 2002-03 Tiffany Johnson* (Coaches and Media)

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1995 - Melissa Davis 1996 - Andreia Hinton* 1996 - Melissa Davis* 1996 - Shannon Spencer 1996 - Karolina Karlqvist 1997 - Leigh Jones* 1997 - Merideth Thompson 1999 - Beth Schoolfield* 1999 - Jamie Gagliano* 1999 - Tiffany Chappell 2001- Natasha Lettsome* 2003 - Tiffani Johnson 2006 - Whitney Tossie 2007 - Whitney Tossie 2009- Brittany Mixon 2010- Anna Freeman 2010- Chakeitha Weldon * denotes First Team

SoCon Players of the Week

(Dec. 19)- Beth Laney 1996-97- (Feb. 10)- Meredith Thompson (Jan. 6)- Beth Laney 1997-98- (Feb. 2)- Beth Schoolfield (Jan. 20)- Kim Johnson 2001-02- (Feb. 4)- Aisha Bryant (Feb. 13)- Kim Johnson 2002-03- (Jan. 13)- Tiffani Johnson (Feb. 27)- Beth Laney 2003-04- (Jan. 12)- Aisha Bryant (Jan. 8)- Shannon Thomas 2004-05- (Feb. 28)- Lindsay Smith (Jan. 29)- Glenda Cunningham 2006-07- (Dec. 5)- Whitney Tossie (Feb. 12)- Glenda Cunningham (Jan. 23)- Maria Grimes (Nov. 26)- Shannon Thomas 2007-08- (Jan. 29)- Gigi Thomas (Dec. 10)- Shannon Thomas 2008-09- (Jan. 27)- Frances Hernandez (Dec. 17)- Karen Gruca (Mar. 2)- Brittney Spencer (Jan. 20)- Shannon Thomas 2009-10- (Dec. 22)- Ashlen Dewart (Feb. 24)- Mitzi Yount (Feb. 9)- Sam Ramirez (Dec. 14)- Angela Crosby (Feb. 22)- Angela Crosby SoCON PLAYERS OF THE MONTH (Nov. 29)- Angela Crosby 2005-06- (February)- Kiki Conyers (Dec. 20)- Angela Crosby 2009-10- (February)- Sam Ramirez (Feb. 7)- Angela Crosby (Feb. 21)- Angela Crosby (Jan.30)- Karolina Karlqvist (Dec. 18)- Meredith Thompson (Jan. 29)- Andreia Hinton (Feb. 19)- Melissa Davis


mountaineers in the postseason

NCAA Tournament Appearances (4)

appalachian championships

1989-1990 East Regional • First Round (College Park, Md.) March 14, 1990 No. 6 Maryland 100, No. 11 Appalachian 71

southern conference regular season championships

1987

1988

1989

1996

1990-1991 Mideast Regional • First Round (Tallahassee, Fla.) March 13, 1991 No. 5 Florida State 96, No. 12 Appalachian 57

southern conference tournament championships

1987

1988

1990

1995-1996 West Regional • First Round (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) March 15, 1996 No. 4 Alabama 95, No. 13 Appalachian 66

ASU SoCon tournament records By Round Win Loss Pct. First Round 11 6 .647 Quarterfinals 2 8 .200 Semifinals 6 7 .461 Finals 6 0 1.000 Totals 25 21 .543 By Opponent Chattanooga Coll. of Charleston Davidson East Tennessee St. Elon Furman Georgia Southern Marshall UNC Greensboro Samford Western Carolina Wofford Totals Year

1998-1999 East Regional • First Round (Knoxville, Tenn.) March 13, 1999 No. 1 Tennessee 113, No. 16 Appalachian 54

Win Loss Pct. 3 5 .375 1 0 1.000 3 1 .750 3 3 .500 1 0 1.000 7 1 .875 1 4 .200 4 2 .667 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 2 2 .500 0 0 — 25 21 .543

WNIT Tournament Appearances (1)

1986-1987 at Amarillo, Texas March 19, 1987 California 109, Appalachian 99

March 20, 1987 Stephen F. Austin 81, Appalachian 80 March 21, 1987 DePaul 88, Appalachian 82

all-time southern conference championship history Season Champion

1983-84 Chattanooga 1984-85 Marshall/Chattanooga 1985-86 Marshall/Chattanooga 1986-87 Appalachian State/ Marshall 1987-88 Appalachian State/ Marshall 1988-89 Appalachian State/ Marshall 1989-90 Furman 1990-91 Chattanooga 1991-92 Chattanooga/Furman 1992-93 Furman 1993-94 Georgia Southern 1994-95 East Tennessee State 1995-96 Appalachian State 1996-97 Furman 1997-98 Georgia Southern 1998-99 UNC Greensboro 1999-2000 Chattanooga 2000-01 Chattanooga/ Georgia Southern 2001-02 Chattanooga/ UNC Greensboro 2002-03 Chattanooga 2003-04 Chattanooga 2004-05 Chattanooga 2005-06 Chattanooga 2006-07 Chattanooga/ Western Carolina 2007-08 Chattanooga 2008-09 Chattanooga 2009-10 Chattanooga

Tournament Champion

Tournament Runner-Up

Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Appalachian State

East Tennessee State Marshall Marshall Marshall

Appalachian State

Marshall

Chattanooga

Furman

Appalachian State Appalachian State Chattanooga Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Furman Appalachian State Marshall UNC Greensboro Appalachian State Furman Chattanooga

Furman East Tennessee State Furman Furman Furman East Tennessee State Marshall Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Davidson UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro

Chattanooga

UNC Greensboro

Chattanooga Chattanooga Western Carolina Chattanooga Chattanooga

Georgia Southern Western Carolina Georgia Southern UNC Greensboro Western Carolina

Chattanooga Western Carolina Chattanooga

Western Carolina Coll. of Charleston Samford

Other PostSeason Tournament Appearances (1)

Women’s Basketball Invitational • 2009-10 at Charleston, S.C. March18, 2010 Appalachian 62, Charleston Southern 47 at Boone, N.C. March 21, 2010 Appalachian 59, Fairfield 36

at Boone, N.C. March 25, 2010 Appalachian 77, College of Charleston 58 at Boone, N.C. March 28. 2010 Appalachian 79, Memphis 71

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asu socon tournament results Appalachian Year-By-Year SoCon TOURNAMENT Results Year Opponent

Round* W/L Score

1984 Western Carolina 1985 Furman Marshall 1986 Furman Chattanooga 1987 Western Carolina Marshall 1988 Furman Marshall 1989 Chattanooga 1990 Chattanooga Furman 1991 Furman Chattanooga East Tennessee St. 1992 East Tennessee St. 1993 Georgia Southern 1994 Western Carolina Furman 1995 Marshall East Tennessee St. 1996 East Tennessee St. Davidson Marshall 1997 Chattanooga Marshall 1998 Davidson 1999 Georgia Southern East Tennessee St. Davidson 2000 UNC Greensboro 2001 College of Charleston Georgia Southern 2002 Davidson Chattanooga 2003 Georgia Southern 2004 Georgia Southern 2005 East Tennessee St. 2006 Western Carolina 2007 Elon Chattanooga 2008 UNC Greensboro 2009 Furman Chattanooga 2010 Furman Samford

1st 1st SF 1st SF SF F SF F SF SF F 1st SF F 1st 1st 1st SF 1st SF 1st SF F 1st SF QF QF SF F QF 1st QF 1st QF QF 1st 1st QF 1st QF 1st 1st QF QF SF

APPALACHIAN ALL-TIME VERSUS SoCon TOURNAMENT OPPONENTS

Site

L 66-75 Cullowhee, N.C. W 86-68 Boone, N.C. L 62-68 Johnson City, Tenn. W 83-64 Boone, N.C. L 86-79 Boone, N.C. W 86-66 Cullowhee, N.C. W 68-65 Cullowhee, N.C. W 104-77 Huntington, W.Va. W 72-67 Huntington, W.Va. L 73-80 Johnson City, Tenn. W 70-67 Johnson City, Tenn. W 94-90 Johnson City, Tenn. W 84-77 Johnson City, Tenn. W 89-87 Johnson City, Tenn. W 98-87 Johnson City, Tenn. L 74-96 Johnson City, Tenn. L 56-66 Johnson City, Tenn. W 77-57 Greenville, S.C. L 73-77 Greenville, S.C. W 90-71 Boone, N.C. L 69-79 Asheville, N.C. W 92-75 Boone, N.C. W 83-68 Greensboro, N.C. W 77-75 Greensboro, N.C. W 80-62 Boone, N.C. L 74-79 Greensboro, N.C. L 79-63 Greensboro, N.C. W 86-82 Greensboro, N.C. W 77-73 Greensboro, N.C. W 78-69 Greensboro, N.C. L 75-92 Greenville, S.C. W 69-55 Greenville, S.C. L 76-72 Greenville, S.C. W 64-63 Charleston, S.C. L 61-84 Charleston, S.C. L 71-82(OT) Charleston, S.C. L 58-65 Charleston, S.C. L 64-74(OT) Chattanooga, Tenn. L 71-80 Charleston, S.C. W 64-50 Charleston, S.C. L 60-84 Charleston, S.C. L 44-62 Charleston, S.C. W 63-60 Chattanooga, Tenn. L 53-86 Chattanooga, Tenn. W 71-53 Charlotte, N.C. L 53-66 Charlotte, N.C.

Bold denotes SoCon Tournament Champions Italics denotes SoCon Regular Season Champions * 1st — First Round; QF — Quarterfinals; SF — Semifinals; F — Finals

socon tournament results

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Chattanooga (3-5)

Season W-L 1986 L 1989 L 1990 W 1991 W 1997 W 2002 L 2007 L 2009 L

ASU UTC 79 86 73 80 70 67 89 87 80 62 61 84 60 84 53 86

Season 2001

ASU 69

W-L W

Round Finals Semifinals Semifinals Semifinals First Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

CollEGE of Charleston (1-0) CofC 55

Round First

Davidson (3-1)

Season W-L 1996 W 1998 L 1999 W 2002 W

ASU DC 83 68 63 79 78 69 64 63

Season W-L 1991 W 1992 L 1995 L 1996 W 1999 W 2005 L

ASU ETSU 98 87 74 96 69 79 92 75 77 73 64 74 (OT)

Season 2007

ASU Elon 64 50

W-L W

Round Semifinals Quarterfinals Finals First

East Tennessee State (3-3) Round Finals First Semifinals First Semifinals First

Elon (1-0) Round First

Furman (7-1)

Season W-L 1985 W 1986 W 1988 W 1990 W 1991 W 1994 L 2009 W 2010 W

ASU 86 83 104 94 84 73 63 71

FU 68 64 77 90 77 77 60 53

Round First First Semifinals Finals First Semifinals First Quarterfinals

Season W-L 1993 L 1999 W 2001 L 2003 L 2004 L

ASU GSU 56 66 86 82 72 76 71 82 (OT) 58 65

Season W-L 1985 L 1987 W 1988 W 1995 W 1996 W 1997 L

ASU 62 68 72 90 77 74

Season W-L 2010 L

ASU UNCG 53 66

Season W-L 2000 L 2008 L

ASU UNCG 75 92 44 62

Season W-L 1984 L 1987 W 1994 W 2006 L

ASU 66 86 77 71

Georgia Southern (1-4)

MU 68 65 67 71 75 79

Round First Quarterfinals Quarterfinals First First

MARSHALL (4-2) Round Semifinals Finals Finals First Finals Semifinals

SAMFORD (0-1)

Round Semifinals

UNC Greensboro (0-2) Round First First

Western Carolina (2-2)

WCU 75 66 57 80

Round First Semifinals First Quarterfinals

Site Boone, N.C. Johnson City, Tenn. Johnson City, Tenn. Johnson City, Tenn. Boone, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Chattanooga, Tenn. Site Greenville, S.C. Site Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Site Johnson City, Tenn. Johnson City, Tenn. Asheville, N.C. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Chattanooga, Tenn. Site Charleston, S.C. Site Boone, N.C. Boone, N.C. Huntington, W.Va. Johnson City, Tenn. Johnson City, Tenn. Johnson City, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Charlotte, N.C. Site Johnson City, Tenn. Greensboro, N.C. Greenville, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Site Johnson City, Tenn. Cullowhee, N.C. Huntington, W.Va. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Site Charlotte, N.C. Site Greenville, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Site Cullowhee, N.C. Cullowhee, N.C. Johnson City, Tenn. Charleston, S.C.


socon tournament top performances INDIVIDUAL Game:

Points

34 29 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

Shannon Thomas, vs. Chattanooga, 1990 Natasha Lettsome, vs. Coll. of Charleston, 2001 Valorie Whiteside, vs. Western Carolina, 1987 Glenda Cunningham, vs. Furman, 1990 Shannon Thomas, vs. East Tennessee State, 1991 Angela Crosby, vs. Western Carolina, 1993 Valorie Whiteside, vs. Western Carolina, 1987 Valorie Whiteside, ve. Furman, 1988 Beth Laney, vs, Chattanooga, 1989 Angela Crosby, vs. Furman, 1993 Andreia Hinton, vs. Marshall, 1996 Leigh Jones, vs. Marshall, 1997 Valorie Whiteside, vs. Marshall, 1985 Valorie Whiteside, vs. Marshall, 1988 Mitzi Yount, vs. East Tennessee State, 1991 Beth Schoolfield, vs. Davidson, 1999 Karen Robinson, vs. Western Carolina, 1987 Kim Johnson, vs. Chattanooga, 1989 Shannon Thomas, vs. Furman, 1991 Andreia Hinton, vs. East Tennessee State, 1996 Melissa Davis, vs. Davidson, 1996 Beth Schoolfield, vs. East Tennessee State, 1999 Karma Edwards, vs. UNC Greensboro, 2000 Valorie Whiteside, vs. Chattanooga, 1986 Jane Dalton, vs. Chattanooga, 1986 Shannon Thomas, vs. Chattanooga, 1991 Chakeitha Weldon, vs. Samford, 2010

Tournament:

71 63 60 57 53 53 50 48 42 42

Shannon Thomas, 1991 (three games) Andreia Hinton, 1996 (three games) Beth Schoolfield, 1999 (three games) Shannon Thomas, 1990 (two games) Valorie Whiteside, 1987 (two games) Angela Crosby, 1993 (two games) Valorrie Whiteside, 1988 (two games) Mitzi Yount, 1991 (three games) Jamie Gagliano, 1999 (three games) Natasha Lettsome, 2001 (two games)

15 14 13 12 12 12 11

Shannon Thomas, vs. Chattanooga, 1990 Natasha Lettsome, vs. Coll. of Charleston, 2001 Andreia Hinton, vs. Marshall, 1996 Valorie Whiteside, vs. Marshall, 1987 Glenda Cunningham, vs. Furman, 1990 Shannon Thomas, vs. East Tennessee State, 1991 Beth Schoolfield, vs. East Tennessee State, 1999

Game:

Tournament:

31 24 23 22 20 20 20

Tournament:

9 6 6 5 5 5

Leigh Jones, 1997 Melissa Davis, 1996 Karen Gruca , 1991 Karolina Karlqvist, 1993 Lindsay Smith, 2005 Sam Ramirez, 2009

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17 Shannon Thomas, 1990 17 Andreia Hinton, 1996 16 Jamie Gagliano, 1999

Game:

18 Shannon Thomas, vs. Furman, 1990 15 Andreia Hinton, vs. East Tennessee State, 1996 13 Valorie Whiteside, vs. Western Carolina, 1987

Tournament:

Shannon Thomas, vs. Furman, 1990 Andreia Hinton, vs. East Tennessee State, 1996 Beth Laney, vs. Chattanooga, 1989 Beth Laney, vs. Western Carolina, 1987

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

27 Shannon Thomas, 1990 23 Valorie Whiteside, 1987 22 Andreia Hinton, 1996

TEAM

Points

Game:

104 vs. Furman, 1988 98 vs. Chattanooga, 1991 94 vs. Furman, 1990

Tournament:

271 258 252 241

Game:

43 39 34

Tournament:

1991 (84, 89, 98) 1987 (86, 68, 104) 1996 (92, 83, 77) 1999 (86, 77, 78)

FIELD GOALS

vs. Furman, 1987 vs. East Tennessee State, 1991 vs. Chattanooga, 1991 vs. Furman, 1986

105 1991 (32, 34, 39)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

Game:

13 8 8 7 7

Tournament:

19 1997 (13, 6) 17 1996 (6, 8, 3) 13 1993 (6, 7)

Shannon Thomas, 1991 Beth Schoolfield, 1999 Andreia Hinton, 1996 Valorie Whiteside, 1987 Valorie Whiteside, 1988 Shannon Thomas, 1990 Natasha Lettsome, 2001

Leigh Jones, vs. Marshall, 1997 Karolina Karlqvist, vs. Georgia Southern, 1993 Melissa Davis, vs. Davidson, 1996 Lindsay Smith, vs. East Tennessee State, 2005 Karolina Karlqvist, vs. Furman, 1994 Lindsay Smith, vs. Georgia Southern, 2004 Sam Ramirez, vs. Furman, 2009

Tournament:

FIELD GOALS

7 5 5 5 4 4 4

13 13 10 10

Game:

34 31 29 28 24

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Game:

FREE THROWS

Game:

vs. Marshall, 1997 vs. Davidson, 1996 vs. East Tennessee State, 2005 vs. Furman, 1993 vs. Georgia Southern, 2004

FREE THROWS

vs. East Tennessee State (1996) vs. Davidson (1999) vs. Georgia Southern (1999) vs. Western Carolina (1987) vs. Furman, 1990 vs. Marshall, 1993

Tournament:

78 1999 (29,18, 31) 67 1996 (34, 19, 14) 57 1987 (28, 18, 11)

Game:

53, vs. East Tennessee State, 1996 42, vs. Marshall, 1995 39, vs. Davidson, 1999 36, vs. Furman, 1990

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

Tournament: 104, 1999 (35, 30, 39)

77

103, 1996 (53, 33, 17) 76, 1991 (28, 25, 23)


socon tournament box scores 1984

Appalachian 72, Marshall 67 Appalachian—Swicegood 2 0-0 4, Brackett 2 0-0 4, Dalton 5 4-4 15, Sigmon 0 0-0 0, Whiteside 10 4-12 24, Laney 3 3-4 9, Johnson 8 0-0 16. Totals: 30 11-20 72 Marshall—Stephenson 1 2-2 4, Lewis 7 4-4 18, Parsley 2 1-1 5, Johnson 4 0-0 9, McClurkin 3 1-2 7, Jones 0 0-0 0, Leavitt 1 2-2 4, Scott 7 0-1 14, Shipp 0 0-0 0, Deal 2-5 2-2 6. Totals: 27 12-14 67 3-pt field goals: Marshall (Johnson); Appalachian (Dalton) Halftime: Appalachian 39, Marshall 33

at Cullowhee, N.C. Western Carolina 75, Appalachian 66 Western Carolina—Blankenship 3 3-4 9, Sutton 3 2-2 8, Barrett 0 0-0 0, Kruse 2 0-0 4, Surratt 5 3-4 13, McNabb 0 0-0 0, Laster 4 3-4 11, Moser 1 8-8 10, Wike 1 2-4 4, Holliday 2 2-2 6, Braswell 2 4-4 8, Easter 1 0-0 2. Totals: 24 27-32 75 Appalachian—Underhill 1 5-6 7, Friday 1 0-0 2, Kilby 1 0-0 2, Morris 2 0-0 4, Cusimano 6 1-1 13, Cuiclasure 6 0-2 12, Webb 3 0-0 6, Young 1 3-6 5, Robinson 7 3-3 17. Totals: 27 12-18 66 Halftime: Western Carolina 29, Appalachian 27

1989

at Johnson City, Tenn. Chattanooga 80, Appalachian 73 Chattanooga—Winton 2 0-0 6, Smith 5 3-5 14, Copeland 8 3-3 20, Powell 4 2-4 10, Stallings 3 6-8 12, Wales 0 0-0 0, Beigtol 6 1-2 13, Mayfield 2 0-0 5. Totals: 30 15-22 80 Appalachian—Brackett 4 0-0 8, Thomas 1 2-4 4, Cunningham 2 2-3 4, Laney 8 10-10 26, Johnson 8 5-5 23, Swicegood 2 0-0 4, Yount 1 0-0 2. Totals: 26 19-22 73 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Johnson 2); Chattanooga (Winton 2, Smith, Copeland) Halftime: Appalachian 35, Chattanooga 33

1985

at Johnson City, Tenn. Marshall 68, Appalachian 62 Marshall—Pelphrey 4 0-0 4, Wiggins 9 0-1 18, Sheperd 3 3-6 9, May 2 1-4 5, Abercrombie 4 5-6 13, Cromer 0 0-0 0, McClurkin 1 0-0 2, Grau 2 0-0 4, Gibson 2 1-2 5, Lewis 2 0-0 4. Totals: 29 10-19 68 Appalachian—Bishop 3 0-0 6, Robinson 7 1-3 15, Whiteside 8 9-13 25, Dalton 1 0-0 2, Denning 5 0-0 10, Kilby 1 0-0 2, Webb 1 0-0 2. Totals : 26 10-16 62 Halftime: Marshall 31, Appalachian 27

1986

1990

at Boone, N.C. Appalachian 83, Furman 64 Appalachian—Laney 1 4-4 6, Robinson 11 1-2 23, Whiteside 8 4-10 20, Barrett 0 0-0 0, Dalton 3 2-2 8, Bishop 2 0-0 4, Swicegood 5 2-2 12, Brackett 0 0-0 0, Kilby 0 0-0 0, Sigmon 0 0-0 0, Vanderhill 3 0-0 6, Denning 1 0-0 2, Webb 0 2-2 2. Totals: 34 15-20 83 Furman—Glenn 5 2-2 12, Kolvek 1 0-0 2, Cleary 2 1-2 5, Dunn 8 3-4 19, Whitaker 6 4-4 16, Dyer 3 0-0 6, Bruce 0 0-0 0, Bowlin 2 0-0 4. Totals: 34 13-20 64 Halftime: Appalachian 33, Furman 31

at Johnson City, Tenn. Appalachian 70, Chattanooga 67 Appalachian—Gruca 2 0-0 6, Morgan 3 0-0 6, Thomas 15 4-9 34, Smith 2 0-1 4, Cain 1 0-1 0, Inman 0 0-0 0, Williams 0 0-0 0, Cunningham 6 2-4 14, Konrad 2 0-0 4. Totals: 31 6-15 70 Chattanooga—Wales 2 0-0 4, Brown 5 2-4 12, Smith 5 2-5 12, Copeland 1 0-3 2, Beightol 1 0-1 2, Barnett 3 1-2 9, Blackburn 3 1-2 7, Stallings 5 1-4 11, Carroll 4 0-0 8. Totals: 29 7-21 67 3-pt field goals: Chattanooga (Barnett 2); Appalachian (Gruca 2) Halftime: Appalachian 30, Chattanooga 29

Chattanooga 86, Appalachian 79 Chattanooga—Bell 5 8-10 18, Kirk 12 4-4 28, Bush 1 1-2 3, Winton 1 0-0 2, McCord 1 0-0 2, Corn 4 4-6 12, Benson 7 5-5 19, Hubbard 1 0-0 2, Jackson 0 0-0 0. Totals: 32 22-27 86 Appalachian—Bishop 6 0-0 12, Robinson 1 0-1 2, Whiteside 7 7-11 21, Swicegood 4 1-1 9, Dalton 9 3-3 21, Sigmon 0 0-0 0, Underhill 1 0-1 2, Barrett 5 0-0 10, Webb 0 0-0 0, Laney 1 0-0 2. Totals: 34 11-17 79 Halftime: Chattanooga 44, Appalachian 31

Appalachian 94, Furman 90 Appalachian—Gruca 6 4-6 19, Morgan 1 0-1 2, Thomas 5 13-18 23, Smith 5 4-6 15, Cain 3 0-0 6, Inman 0 0-0 0, Cunningham 12 3-5 27, Yount 1 0-0 2. Totals: 33 24-36 94 Furman—Greene 4 3-3 11, Mischel 2 1-1 5, Brown 7 1-2 15 Rhynehardt 6 7-10, 19, Geary 0 2-2 2, McKinney 3 0-0 6, Glass 8 2-2 18, 7 0-0 14. Totals: 37 16-20 90 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Gruca 3, Smith) Halftime: Appalachian 56, Furman 37

1987

at Cullowhee, N.C. Appalachian 86, Western Carolina 66 Appalachian—Swicegood 4 2-2 10, Brackett 0 0-0 0, Morgan 0 0-1 0, Dalton 0 2-2 2, Sigmon 2 0-0 4, Barrett 2 5-6 9, Roda 0 0-0 0, Whiteside 10 7-13 27, Lemmon 1 0-1 2, Laney 1 10-10 12, Robinson 9 2-2 20. Totals: 29 28-37 86 Western Carolina—McInturff 1 2-5 4, Foster 0 2-2 2, Vannoy 3 7-10 13, McNabb 2 0-0 4, Huffman 1 1-2 3, Shannon 0 0-0 0, Marvel 10 6-9 26. Totals: 22 22-33 66 Halftime: Appalachian 40, Western Carolina 25

1991

at Johnson City, Tenn. Appalachian 84, Furman 77 Appalachian—Ikard 3 0-0 6, Gruca 4 3-3 12, Thomas 10 3-9 23, Cannon 0 0-0 0, Roberson 4 4-4 13, Hitchcock 0 0-0 0, Yount 6 2-7 15, Konrad 4 4-5 12, Coker 1 0-0 3. Totals: 32 16-28 84 Furman—Jones 0 0-0 0, Blackwell 0 0-0 0, Haus 3 4-4 11, Armstrong 2 4-4 8, Rhynehardt 5 5-7 15, Geary 1 1-2 3, McKinney 8 0-0 16, Cleckley 6 12-14 24. Totals: 25 26-31 77 3-pt field goals: Furman (Haus), Appalachian (Gruca, Roberson, Yount, Coker) Halftime: Furman 50, Appalachian 49

Appalachian 68, Marshall 65 Appalachian—Swicegood 2 0-1 4, Brackett 0 0-0 0, Dalton 3 4-4 10, Sigmon 1 3-4 5, Whiteside 12 2-10 26, Laney 3 4-4 10, Robinson 6 1-3 13. Totals: 27 14-26 68 Marshall—Lewis 6 1-2 13, Parsley 0 0-0 0, Simms 9 2-2 20, McClurkin 1 1-2 3, Wiggins 5 7-8 17, Leavitt 2 1-1 5, Triplin 3 1-1 7. Totals: 26 13-16 65 Halftime: Marshall 35, Appalachian 27

Appalachian 89, Chattanooga 87 Appalachian—Ikard 5 3-6 13, Gruca 4 1-2 11, Thomas 9 3-7 21, Cannon 0 0-0 0, Roberson 6 6-6 19, Yount 3 2-2 9, Konrad 7 2-2 16, Coker 0 0-0 0. Totals: 34 17-25 89 UT-Chattanooga—Wales 1 0-0 2, Brown 5 0-0 10, Barnett 5 0-0 11, Cameron 1 0-0 2, Smith 7 1-2 16, Copeland 9 6-6 25, Beightol 4 3-4 11, Stallings 4 0-0 4, Carroll 1 0-0 2. Totals: 37 10-12 87 3-pt field goals: Chattanooga (Barnett, Smith, Copeland); Appalachian (Gruca 2, Roberson, Yount) Halftime: Chattanooga 46, Appalachian 42

1988

at Huntington, W. Va. Appalachian 104, Furman 77 Appalachian—Swicegood 6 2-2 14, Brackett 2 0-0 4, Morgan 4 3-5 11, Dalton 5 0-1 10, Sigmon 3 3-4 9, Roda 0 1-2 1, Whiteside 10 6-7 26, Lemon 0 0-0 0, Laney 7 3-5 17, Johnson 6 0-1 12. Totals: 43 18-27 104 Furman—Dunn 7 2-3 19, Whitaker 3 3-4 11, Kolvek 3 0-2 6, Greene 1 2-3 4, Lyon 1 0-0 2, Mischel 2 1-2 5, Geary 3 0-0 6, Coffman 0 0-0 0, McKinney 2 0-0 4, Glass 2 2-4 6, Cleckley 6 2-2 14. Totals: 30 12-20 77 3-pt field goals: Furman 5 (Dunn 3, Whitaker 2) Halftime: Appalachian 53, Furman 33

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socon tournament box scores Appalachian 98, East Tennessee State 87 Appalachian—Ikard 4 2-4 10, Gruca 3 0-1 9, Thomas 12 3-3 27, Cannon 0 0-0 0, Roberson 7 2-3 17, Hitchcock 0 0-0 0, Yount 9 5-6 24, Konrad 4 3-6 11, Coker 0 0-0 0. Totals: 39 15-23 98 East Tennessee—Cooke 1 0-0 3, Colclough 3 1-2 7, Cantrell 3 1-2 8, 3 1-2 7, Louallen 3 1-2 8, Hopson 13 10-10 36, Bridges 2 0-1 4, Lawson 1 0-2 2, Carter 0 0-0 0, Fryar 0 0-1 0. Totals: 34 17-26 87 3-pt field goals: East Tennessee (Cooke, Cantrell); Appalachian (Gruca 3, Roberson, Yount) Halftime: Appalachian 52, East Tennessee 43

at Asheville, N.C. East Tennessee State 79, Appalachian 69 E. Tennessee State—Engle 7 3-4 18, Blocker 15 9-14 39, McClellan 3 1-2 7, Jones 0 0-2 0, Reed 3 3-4 11, DuBois 0 0-0 0, Vaughan 0 0-0 0, DeGabrielle 1 0-1 2, Grainer 0 0-0 0, Payne 0 0-0 0. Totals: 29 18-28 79 Appalachian—Artosalo 4 0-0 8, Karlqvist 0 6-7 6, Hinton 6 1-3 13, Spencer 1 3-3 5, Davis 2 3-4 7, Kilby 3 4-4 12, Thompson 3 1-2 8, Jones 0 2-2 2, Brown 1 0-0 2, Tate 3 0-0 6. Totals: 23 20-25 69 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Kilby 2, Thompson); East Tennessee (Engle, Reed 2) Halftime: East Tennessee 45, Appalachian 36

1992

at Asheville, N.C. East Tennessee State 79, Appalachian 69 E. Tennessee State—Engle 7 3-4 18, Blocker 15 9-14 39, McClellan 3 1-2 7, Jones 0 0-2 0, Reed 3 3-4 11, DuBois 0 0-0 0, Vaughan 0 0-0 0, DeGabrielle 1 0-1 2, Grainer 0 0-0 0, Payne 0 0-0 0. Totals: 29 18-28 79 Appalachian—Artosalo 4 0-0 8, Karlqvist 0 6-7 6, Hinton 6 1-3 13, Spencer 1 3-3 5, Davis 2 3-4 7, Kilby 3 4-4 12, Thompson 3 1-2 8, Jones 0 2-2 2, Brown 1 0-0 2, Tate 3 0-0 6. Totals: 23 20-25 69 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Kilby 2, Thompson); East Tennessee (Engle, Reed 2) Halftime: East Tennessee 45, Appalachian 36

at Johnson City, Tenn. East Tennessee State 96, Appalachian 74 E. Tennessee State—Blocker 12 7-13 31, Fryar 6 3-4 15, Bridges 0 0-0 0, Cooke 3 2-2 11, Seaton 2 5-6 10, Pilgreen 5 8-10 18, Denton 5 0-0 11, McName 0 0-0 0, Grainer 0 0-0 0, Johnson 0 0-0 0. Totals: 33 25-35 96 Appalachian—Crowe 6 3-5 15, Roberson 5 4-5 15, Ikard 5 1-2 11, Lynch 5 0-0 10, Yount-Story 6 3-4 17, Kilby 0 0-0 0, Hardy 0 0-0 0, Goins 1 0-0 2, Pierce 1 0-0 2, Coker 1 0-0 2. Totals: 30 11-17 74 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Roberson, Yount-Story 2); East Tennessee State (Cooke 3, Denton, Seaton) Halftime: East Tennessee State 50, Appalachian 39

1996

1993

at Boone, N.C. Appalachian 92, East Tennessee State 75 Appalachian—Rowe 1 3-5 5, Spencer 4 0-5 10, Sims 0 2-5 2, Davis 2 5-7 10, Thompson 6 5-8 17, Artosalo 1 0-0 2, Jones 5 3-4 16, Schoolfield 1 3-4 5, Hinton 5 13-15, 23, Stewart 1 0-0 2. Totals 26 34-53 92 East Tennesee—Reed 4 2-3 11, Wright 3 0-0 6, Engle 13 7-10 36, Wilson 2 0-0 4, Jones 1 2-4 4, McClellan 2 0-0 4, Ervin 3 2-2 8, McKinney 0 2-6 2. Totals: 28 15-25 75 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Spencer 2, Jones 3, Davis); East Tennessee (Engle 3, Reed) Halftime: Appalachian 45, East Tennessee 31

at Johnson City, Tenn. Georgia Southern 66, Appalachian 56 Georgia Southern—Christmas 1 0-0 2, Autrey 8 1-2 17, Johnson 12 4-5 28, Dunn 1 0-2 2, Smith 1 0-1 3 Williams 1 0-0 2, Copeland 2 0-0 4, Primeaux 2 0-0 4, Anderson 1 2-3 5, McClelland 1 0-0 2, Smith 1 0-0 2. Totals: 29 7-13 66 Appalachian—Crosby 7 2-4 16, Karlqvist 5 0-0 15, Ikard 4 0-0 8, Spencer 1 0-0 2, Lynch 3 1-2 8, Kilby 0 0-0 0, Crowe 0 0-0 0, Pearce 2 0-0 4, Goins 1 1-2 3. Totals: 23 4-8 56 3-pt field goals: Ga.Southern (Anderson); Appalachian (Karlqvist 5, Lynch) Halftime: Georgia Southern 30, Appalachian 22

1994

at Greensboro, N.C. Appalachian 83, Davidson 68 Appalachian—Thompson 5 4-9 14, Artosalo 2 0-0 4, Hinton 5 4-5 14, Spencer 2 3-5 6, Davis 8 2-2 23, Rowe 3 3-8 9, Jones 0 0-0 0, Sims 0 0-0 0, Stewart 0 1-2 1, Karlqvist 3 2-2 10, Tate 0 0-0 0. Totals: 28 19-33 83 Davidson—Kirsch 6 2-2 14, Montrella 4 3-5 12, Ferrucci 3 1-2 7, Winter 0 0-0 0, Sanford 0 2-2 2, Brown 4 4-6 12, DuBose 4 0-0 9, Mall 0 0-0 0, Brown 2 4-5 8, Vanlerberghe 2 0-0 4. Totals: 25 16-22 68 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Davis 5, Karlqvist 2, Spencer); Davidson (DuBose, Montrella) Halftime: Appalachian 50, Davidson 40

at Johnson City, Tenn. Appalachian 77, Western Carolina 57 Appalachian—Kilby 1 2-5 5, Karlqvist 1 1-2 4, Crosby 9 9-11 27, Roberson 3 3-4 11, Spencer 2 0-0 6, Davis 1 2-2 4, Thompson 0 2-2 2, Artosalo 1 2-2 4, Jones 1 2-3 4, Brown 0 0-0 0, Goins 4 0-0 8, Olander 1 0-0 2. Totals: 24 23-31 77 Western Carolina—Rowe 4 2-2 10, Owens 2 2-2 6, Garrett 6 1-2 13, HallMason 0 0-0 0, Farmer 0 0-0 0, Adams 4 1-2 9, Dunlap 5 0-2 12, Seaman 1 0-1 2. Totals: 24 7-13 57 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Karlqvist, Kilby, Roberson 2, Spencer 2); Western Carolina (Dunlap 2) Halftime: Appalachian 44, Western Carolina 20

Appalachian 77, Marshall 75 Appalachian—Thompson 4 0-0 8, Artosalo 2 4-4 8, Hinton 13 0-2 26, Spencer 1 0-0 3, Davis 3 2-2 8, Rowe 0 2-2 2, Sims 0 0-0 0, Jones 2 0-0 4, Schoolfield 0 2-2 2, Karlqvist 3 4-5 12, Tate 2 0-0 4. Totals: 30 14-17 77 Marshall—McCauley 3 2-2 10, Evans 1 2-3 4, Behnfeldt 4 2-2 12, Wine 7 4-7 20, Simmons 0 3-4 3, Sexton 3 4-6 10, Mason 7 2-2 16. Totals: 25 19-26 75 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Karlqvist 2, Spencer); Marshall (McCauley 2, Behnfeldt 2, Wine 2) Halftime: Marshall 38, Appalachian 37

Furman 77, Appalachian 73 Furman—Levesque 1 0-0 2, Creamer 5 4-7 14, Brown 16 5-9 37, Stanley 4 5-6 15, Jones 3 2-2 9, Sims 0 0-0 0, Jackson 0 0-0 0, N. Jackson 0 0-0 0. Totals: 29 16-24 77 Appalachian—Kilby 2 1-2 6, Karlqvist 4 3-4 15, Crosby 9 8-10 26, Roberson 2 0-0 4, Spencer 4 1-3 11, Thompson 1 3-4 5, Artosalo 1 2-2 4, Goins 1 0-0 2. Totals: 24 18-25 73 3-pt field goals: Furman (Stanley 2, Jones); Appalachian (Karlqvist 4, Kilby, Spencer 2) Halftime: Furman 34, Appalachian 32

1997

at Boone, N.C. Appalachian 80, Chattanooga 62 Appalachian—Davis 3 3-4 9, Thompson 6 3-3 17, Tate 2 0-0 2, Sims 0 1-3 1, Jones 6 0-2 13, Dolan 0 0-0 0, Mallette 0 0-0 0, Chappell 1-2 0-0 2, Mathies 1 1-2 3, Sallee 2 0-0 4, Schoolfield 2 1-2 5, Hinton 9 4-7 22, Stewart 0 0-0 0, Hegerova 0 0-0 0. Totals 32 13-23 80 Chattanooga—Handford 7 0-1 18, Oglesby 4 2-5 10, Thompson 0 0-0 0, Watkins 3 0-0 6, Jones 1 1-2 3, Henry 0 0-0 0, Bates 0 0-0 0, Rogers 3 0-0 7, Carson 2 1-2 7, Carson 2 1-2 5, Ward 0 0-0 0, Perman 3 2-2 8, Davis 1 2-2 4. Totals 24 8-14 62 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Thompson 2, Jones); Chattanooga (Handford 4, Jones, Rogers) Halftime: Appalachian 34, Chattanooga 31

1995

at Boone, N.C. Appalachian 90, Marshall 71 Appalachian—Spencer 6 0-0 13, Kilby 1 1-2 3, Davis 5 7-12 18, Thompson 1 0-2 2, Artosalo 4 0-0 8, Jones 0 7-8 7, Brown 1 0-0 2, Hinton 8 4-8 20, Karlqvist 3 5-9 13, Tate 2 0-1 4. Totals: 31 24-42 90 Marshall—Wine 8 4-6 22, Sexton 3 5-8 12, Rosko 1 6-8 9, Simmons 1 0-0 3, McCauley 1 1-2 4, Evans 1 0-0 2, Baker 2 0-0 4, Higgins 7 1-3 15. Totals: 24 17-27 71 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Spencer, Davis, Karlqvist 2); Marshall (Wine 2, Sexton, Rosko, Simmons, McCauley) Halftime: Marshall 42, Appalachian 35

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at Greensboro, N.C. Marshall 79, Appalachian 74 Appalachian—Davis 2 0-0 4, Thompson 7 24 18, Tate 0 1-2 1, Sims 0 0-0 0, Jones 9 0-0 25, Chappell 2 0-2 6, Mathies 3 0-0 7, Sallee 0 0-0 0, Schoolfield 1 0-0 2, Hinton 4 2-2 10, Stewart 0 0-0 0. Totals: 28 5-10 74 Marshall—Simmons 6 6-6 20, Behnfeldt 3 7-10 13, Fall 2 2-4 6, Sexton 3 4-6 10, McCauley 5 4-4 15, Lincoln 1 0-0 2, Lenhart 0 0-0 0, Rosko 0 2-2 2, Byrd 0 1-3 1, Mason 4 2-4 10. Totals: 2428-39 79 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Davis, Thompson 2, Jones 7, Chappell 2, Mathies); Marshall (Simmons 2, McCauley) Halftime: Appalachian 44, Marshall 32

at Greenville, S.C. Appalachian 69, Coll. of Charleston 55 Appalachian—Lettsome 14 1-4 29, Gagliano 5 1-1 4, Bryant 3 4-6 11, Edwards 1 0-0 3, Wilson, 1 3-4 5, Fuller 0 0-0 0, Romano 0 0-0 0, Johnson 4 1-2 10, Norris 0 0-0 0, Griffin 0 0-0 0. Totals 28 10-17 69. Coll. of Charleston—Stegelin 2 1-1 5, Simpson 4 0-2 8, Mickens 5 2-3 12, Wollenberg 1 0-0 3, Weaver 1 0-2 3, Manard 0 2-2 2, Jackson 5 0-0 3, Scarberry 2 0-0 3, Wilson 2 2-5 4. Totals 22 7-15 55. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Romano 1, Edwards 1, Johnson 1) Coll. of Charleston (Jackson 2, Wollenberg 1, Weaver 1) Halftime: Appalachian 33, Coll. of Charleston 32

1998

Georgia Southern 76, Appalachian 72 Appalachian—Lettsome 6 1-2 13, Gagliano 5 4-6 14, Bryant 0 0-2 0, Edwards 4 0-0 10, Wilson 3 0-0 7, Fuller 1 1-2 3, Romano 2 0-0 5, Johnson 6 4-8 16, Norris 0 1-4 1, Griffin 0 3-4 3. Totals 27 14-28 72. Georgia Southern—Mitchell 6 3-5 15, McCary 4 1-2 9, Lanier 3 1-2 7, Simpson 3 4-6 10, Langley 4 5-6 13, Hill 3 0-0 4, Rousseau 0 0-0 0, Davis 0 0-0 0, Krach 1 0-0 2, Everett 6 2-3 14 , Quinn 0 2-2 2, Totals 29 18-26 76. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Edwards 2, Wilson 1, Romano 1) Georgia Southern (0) Halftime: Georgia Southern 40, Appalachian 34

at Greensboro, N.C. Davidson 79, Appalachian 63 Appalachian—Chappell 3 4-4 10, Schoolfield 3 0-0 6, Gagliano 3 5-5 11, Dolan 5 2-2 14, Olander 3 0-1 6, Lettsome 5 3-6 13, Edwards 0 0-0 0, Hegerova 1 1-2 3Totals 23 15-20 63 Davidson—Mall 1 1-1 4, Montrella 2 2-5 8, Vanlerberghe 6 0-1 12, O/Brien 7 6-6 25, Brown 3 1-2 7, Sanborn 3 2-2 10, Gleason 2 4-4 9, Kamp 2 0-0 4, Joslin 0 0-0 0, Heath 0 0-0 0. Totals 26 16-21 79. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Dolan 2); Davidson (Mall, Montrella 2, O’Brien 5, Sanborn 2, Gleason) Halftime: Davidson 41, Appalachian 22

2002

at Charleston S.C. Appalachian 64, Davidson 63 Appalachian—Bryant 0 4-5 4, Conklin 0 0-0 0, Smith 0 0-0 0, Wilson 4 1-7 12, White, J. 6 1-4 13, Fuller 2 1-4 5, Jank 1 0-0 2, Johnson 7 2-3 16, Norris 0 2-2 2, White, T. 4 2-2 10. Totals 24 15-24 64. Davidson—Flewelling 1 1-2 3, Laird 1 0-0 2, Bryant 2 0-0 4, Magette 2 4-4 9, Hallsted 5 2-2 15, Shade 2 0-0 6, Fassbender 0 0-0 0, Newsome 3 0-0 8, Callahan 2 2-2 6, Schott 5 0-2 10. Totals 23 11-14 63. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Wilson 1) Davidson (Hallsted 3, Shade, Magette 2) Halftime: Appalachian 28, Davidson 24

1999

at Greensboro, N.C. Appalachian 86, Georgia Southern 82 Appalachian—Chappell 3 8-10 15, Schoolfield 4 5-6 13, Gagliano 3 1-2 7, Dolan 4 4-4 13, Edwards 4 6-7 14, Romano 1 2-2 5, Lettsome 7 0-0 14, Cole 1 0-0 2, Borcinova 0 0-0 0, Hegerova 0 3-4 3. Totals 27 29-35 86. Georgia Southern—Warren 2 2-3 6, Langley 1 0-0 2, Mitchell 7 3-4 17, Simpson 8 3-3 20, Arnold 8 4-6 21, Trjeskal 0 0-0 0, Durrett 1 0-0 2, Whatley 0 0-0 0, Perry 2 0-0 4, Krach 0 0-0 0, Thomas 1 0-0 2, Davis 2 1-2 6, McCary 0 0-0 0. Totals 32 13-18 82. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Chappell, Dolan, Romano); Georgia Southern (Perry 2, Arnold, Davis, Simpson) Halftime: Appalachian 42, Georgia Southern 38

Chattanooga 84, Appalachian 61 Appalachian—Fuller 1 0-0 2, White, J 6 1-4 13, Conklin 3 0-0 9, Smith 2 0-0 5, Romano 0 0-0 0, Jank 0 0-0 0, Cole 0 0-0 0, Johnson 2 0-0 4, Norris 1 0-0 3, Wilson 4 1-1 10, Bryant 5 1-3 14, Kitchens 0 0-0 0, Herman 0 0-0 0, Richardson 0 0-0 0, White, T 0 1-2 1. Totals 24 4-10 61. Chattanooga—Irons 2 4-4 10, Wilson 4 0-0 8, Dykes 3 7-8 13, Bullock 3 2-4 8, Rollins 1 0-0 3, Burleson 0 0-0 0, Galloway 0 0-0 0, Carmichael 0 0-0 0, McDivitt 0 0-0 0, Stephens 0 0-0 0, Warfield 8 4-4 24, Sermons 2 0-0 4, Patton 5 4-5 14. Totals 28 21-25 84. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Bryant, Conklin 3, Wilson, Smith, Norris 1) Chattanooga (Warfield 4, Irons 2, Rollins 1) Halftime: Chattanooga 39, Appalachian 32

Appalachian 77, East Tennessee State 73 Appalachian—Chappell 3 5-6 13, Schoolfield 11 1-6 23, Gagliano 4 7-9 15, Dolan 1 2-2 5, Edwards 5 0-0 10, Romano 0 0-0 0, Lettsome 3 1-3 7, Cole 0 0-0 0, Borcinova 1 2-4 4, Hegerova 0 0-0 0. Totals 28 18-30 77. East Tennessee State—Thompson 11 3-5 25, McKinney 0 3-4 3, Fickes 3 8-9 14, Forman 1 2-2 4, Burleson 0 0-0 0, Thurman 1 0-0 0, Edmondson 1 1-1 3, Babb 0 0-1 0, Ervin 5 2-2 14, Jackson 0 1-2 1, Roebuck 1 4-4 6, Caylor 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 24-30 73. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Edwards 2, Dolan); East Tennessee State (Ervin 2, Thurman) Halftime: Appalachian 39, East Tennessee State 27

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Appalachian 78, Davidson 69 Appalachian—Chappell 1 1-2 4, Schoolfield 9 6-6 24, Gagliano 6 8-8 20, Dolan 1 6-8 8, Edwards 1 3-5 5, Romano 0 5-6 5, Lettsome 5 0-0 10, Cole 0 0-2 0, Borcinova 0 0-0 0, Hegerova 0 2-2 2. Totals 23 31-39 78 . Davidson—K. Brown 9 2-2 22, Heath 0 0-0 0, Kamp 4 1-3 9, O’Brien 5 1-2 12, J. Brown 4 4-5 13, Taylor 0 1-2 1, Copland 0 0-0 0, Magette 2 0-0 6, Gleason 0 0-0 0, Uhernik 1 2-2 4, Schott 0 2-2 2. Totals 25 13-18 69. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Chappell); Davidson (K. Brown 2, Magette 2, J. Brown, O’Brien) Halftime: Appalachian 35, Davidson 27

at Charleston S.C. Georgia Southern 82, Appalachian 71 (OT) Appalachian—Johnson 7 3-6 18, Conyers 5 4-4 14, Conklin 2 0-0 6, Smith 5 1-4 14, Wilson 3 5-5 11, Jank 1 0-1 2, Bryant 1 3-4 5, Davis 0 1-1 1. Totals 24 17-25 71. Georgia Southern—Hill 9 4-6 22, Everett 5 4-5 14, Lindsey 4 0-0 8, Lanier 2 6-6 11, Loiacono 3 0-0 8, Dubose 0 0-0 0, McCorkle 1 0-0 2, Early 0 0-0 0, Newton 3 4-4 10, Benemon 3 1-2 7, Tiller 0 0-0 0. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian 6 (Johnson, Conklin 2, Smith 3) Georgia Southern 3 (Lanier, Loiacono 2) Halftime: Appalachian 36, Georgia Southern 27 End of Regulation: Appalachian 70, Georgia Southern 70

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at Greenville, S.C. UNC Greensboro 92, Appalachian 75 Appalachian—Edwards, K. 9 3-3 22, Chappell 2 4-5 8, Dolan 1 7-8 9, Wilson 4 2-3 9, Lettsome 2 2-2 6, Romano 2 0-0 6, Edwards, L. 0 0-0 0, Johnson 2 1-4 7, Green 1 0-0 2, Griffin 2 0-0 6, Richardson 0 0-0 0. Totals 24 21-29 75. UNC Greensboro— Dodgen 10 10-12 33, Delcampo 2 1-2 5, Gwaltney 7 2-2 18, Foster 6 3-4 18, Smith 0 3-4 3, Murray 0 1-2 1, Hart 0 0-2 0, Armstrong 0 0-0 0, Reid 1 2-2 4, Goodson 3 2-3 10. Totals 29 24-33 92. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian (Romano 2, Johnson 2, Edwards, K., Wilson) UNCG (Dodgen 3, Foster3, Goodson2, Gwaltney 2) Halftime: UNCG 49, Appalachian 37

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at Charleston S.C. Georgia Southern 65, Appalachian 58 Georgia Southern—Everett 5 4-4 14, McCorkle 3 4-5 11, Benemon 3 4-4 10, DuBose 3 2-2 10, Newton 3 0-0 6, Early 2 1-2 5, Tiller 1 2-2 4, Spoon 1 0-0 2, Jessie 1 0-0 2, Krellner 0 0-0 0, Edgerton 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 18-21 65. Appalachian—Smith 5 5-5 19, Conyers 4 4-6 13, Bryant 3 0-2 7, Jank 3 1-4 7, Edwards 2 0-0 4, Conklin 1 0-0 3, Barriner 0 3-5 3, Wyatt 0 0-0 0, Bennett 0 0-0 0. Totals 18-61 15-24 58. 3-pt field goals: Georgia Southern 3 (McCorkle, DuBose 2) Appalachian 7 (Bryant, Conklin, Conyers, Smith 4) Halftime: Georgia Southern 29, Appalachian 27

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at Chattanooga, Tenn. Appalachian 63, Furman 60 Furman — Johnson 2-11 2-2 6; Dowell 0-6 0-0 0; Stephens 3-7 6-6 14; Liebschwager 6-9 5-5 21; Baker 2-7 0-1 4; O’Connor 3-4 0-0 7; Berry 0-0 1-2 1; Troutman 0-0 0-0 0; Booker 3-10 1-1 7. Totals 19-54 15-17 60. Appalachian — Williams 4-4 0-0 8; Mixon 5-11 7-10 17; Edwards 2-3 0-0 4; Spencer 4-12 2-2 10; Ramirez 7-16 1-2 19; Hernandez 0-2 0-0 0; S. Means 1-3 3-4 5; Mill 0-0 0-0 0; C. Means 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-52 13-18 63. 3-point goals: Furman 7-12 (Dowell 0-3; Stephens 2-2; Liebschwager 4-6; O’Connor 1-2 ). Appalachian 4-12(Spencer 0-4; Ramirez 4-8). Halftime: Furman 32, Appalachian 18

at Chattanooga, Tenn. East Tennessee State 74, Appalachian 64 (OT) Appalachian—Smith 6 1-4 18, Conyers 3 4-6 12, Tossie 4 0-0 8, Jank 3 2-4 8, Edwards 3 1-5 7, Bennett 2 2-3 6, Conklin 1 0-0 3, Kirby 1 0-0 2, Wyatt 0 0-0 0. Totals 23-69 10-22 64. East Tennessee State—Mayes 9 5-13 23, Banjo 4 12-15 22, DeVault 5 0-0 15, Akers 5 0-0 10, Gibson 2 0-1 4, Wilhoit 0 0-0 0, Holmes 0 0-0 0, Norman 0 0-0 0. Totals 25-53 17-29 74. 3-pt field goals: Appalachian 8 (Smith 5, Conyers 2, Conklin), ETSU 7 (DeVault 5, Banjo 2). Halftime: East Tennessee State 27, Appalachian 17 End of Regulation: Appalachian 57, East Tennessee State 57

at Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga 86, Appalachian 53 Appalachian- Edwards 4-8 0-0 8; Williams 1-1 2-2 4; Mixon 6-13 3-4 15; Spencer 2-8 0-0 4; Ramirez 5-15 0-0 11; S. Means 5-6 0-0 11. Totals 23-51 5-6 53. Chattanooga- Ogan 2-8 0-0 4; Hollinquest 6-16 6-7 19; Hatchett 6-10 0-0 18; Wade-Fray 4-9 6-8 15; Mason 3-7 2-2 9; Murray 3-5 3-4 9; Townsend 1-2 0-0 2; Neil 1-5 2-2 5; Rollins 2-5 0-0 5. Totals 28-67 19-23 86. 3-point goals: Appalachian 2-10 (Mixon 0-1; Spencer 0-1; Ramirez 1-6; Means 1-2). Chattanooga 11-32 (Ogan 0-5; Hollinquest 1-1; Hatchett 6-10; Wade-Fray 1-6; Mason 1-3; Townsend 0-1; Neil 1-4; Rollins 1-2). Halftime: Chattanooga 41, Appalachian 26

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at Charleston, S.C. Western Carolina 80, Appalachian 71 Western Carolina—Tillman 4-9 4-6 14; Dawson 2-8 8-10 12; Johnson 1-5 8-8 10; Miller 3-7 2-2 8; Pellom 3-8 2-2 8; Powell 3-5 0-0 7; May 2-3 2-2 6; Parker 2-3 1-2 5; Eaton 2-3 0-0 4; Hardy 1-4 0-0 3; Keith 0-4 3-4 3. Totals 23-59 30-36 80. Appalachian —Conyers 7-18 2-2 18; Wyatt 5-8 5-6 17; Tossie 4-6 3-3 11; Kirby 3-10 4-4 10; Kelley 3-10 0-0 7; Bennett 0-2 4-4 4; Edwards 1-8 2-5 4; Hailey 0-0 0-0 0; Costner 0-1 0-0 0; Williams 0-0 0-0 0; Ketner 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-63 20-24 71. 3-point goals—Western Carolina 4-12 (Tillman 2, Powell, Hardy), Appalachian State 5-19 (Wyatt 2, Conyers 2, Kelley) Halftime: Western Carolina 37, Appalachian 34

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at Charlotte, N.C. Appalachian 71, Furman 53 Furman — Troutman 3-10 3-4 9; Ledford 2-4 0-1 4; Stephens 3-14 2-2 10; Randolph 3-5 1-2 7; Holtfreter 1-2 0-0 3; O’Connor 0-0 1-2 1; Murphy 2-8 1-3 5; Thompson 1-7 2-4 5; Berry 4-6 1-2 9; Petersen 0-0 -0 0. Totals 19-59 11-20 53. Appalachian — Williams 2-3 0-0 4; A. Freeman 3-4 6-6 14; Dewart 6-14 0-1 12; Weldon 2-8 3-6 7; Ramirez 4-11 6-6 17; Sharkey 1-2 0-0 2; Edwards 3-7 0-2 6; C. Freeman 4-10 1-2 9. Totals 25-29 16-23 71. 3-point goals: Furman 4-22 (Stephens 2-10; Holtfreter 1-3; Murphy 0-3; Thompson 1-6). Appalachian 5-11 (A. Freeman 2-3; Dewart 0-1; Ramirez 3-7). Halftime: Furman 28, Appalachian 28

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at Charleston, S.C. Appalachian 64, Elon 50 Elon - Wall 6-14 2-3 14; Hester 4-17 0-0 11; Bumbrey 4-11 0-0 10; Davis 3-7 2-2 9; Cotton 1-6 0-2 2; King 1-5 0-0 2; Moore 1-2 0-0 2; Whidden 0-0 0-0 0; Allison 0-1 0-0 0; Spears 0-1 0-0 0; Williams 0-0 0-0 0; Sitz 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-64 4-7 50. Appalachian - Tossie 6-11 2-2 16; Grimes 4-10 3-3 13; Bennett 5-10 0-0 10; Thomas 3-8 4-4 10; Williams 3-5 1-2 7; Mixon 2-4 0-0 4; Ketner 1-2 0-0 2; Costner 0-0 2-2 2; Smith 0-0 0-0 0; Randolph 0-1 0-0 0; Cunningham 0-0 0-0 0; Mill 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 24-52 12-13 64. 3-point goals: Elon 6-23 (Hester 3-13; Bumbrey 2-6; Davis 1-3; King 0-1), Appalachian 4-13 (Tossie 2-3; Grimes 2-7; Thomas 0-1; Bennett 0-2). Halftime: Appalachian 39, Elon 22

at Charlotte, N.C. Samford 66, Appalachian 53 Appalachian — Williams 3-7 0-0 6; A. Freeman 5-11 2-4 12; Dewart 3-7 0-0 6; Weldon 10-14 1-3 21; Ramirez 0-6 0-0 0; Sharkey 0-0 0-0 0; Edwards 2-4 0-0 4; C. Freeman 2-8 0-0 4. Totals 25-57 3-7 53. Samford- Dawson 1-6 0-0 2; Hill 2-8 2-2 7; Wilderotter 2-4 0-1 5; Maxwell 4-5 5-6 17; London 4-7 4-4 16; Babineaux 1-2 1-2 3; Powers 0-0 0-0 0; Anderson 2-6 1-1 6; Crow 3-6 4-5 10. 19-44 17-21 66. 3-point goals: Appalachian 0-6 (A. Freeman 0-3; Dewart 0-1; Ramirez 0-2). Samford 11-25 (Dawson 0-2, Hill 1-3, Wilderotter 1-3, Maxwell 4-5, London 4-7, Babineaux 0-1, Anderson 1-3, Crow 0-1). Halftime: Samford 32, Appalachian State 23

at Charleston, S.C. Chattanooga 84, Appalachian 60 Appalachian - Tossie 7-17 2-2 17; Grimes 3-10 4-5 11; Williams 3-5 2-3 8; Bennett 3-5 2-3 8; Mixon 3-4 2-2 8; Thomas 3-12 1-2 8; Ketner 0-2 0-0 0; Costner 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 22-59 13-17 60. Chattanooga - Hall 6-10 0-0 16; Anderson 3-7 6-9 12; Wade-Fray 4-9 1-3 10; Hand 3-7 0-0 9; Huff 4-4 0-0 8; Hollinquest 3-5 2-3 8; Mohr 3-4 0-0 7; Ogan 2-4 2-2 6; Hatchett 1-2 3-4 6; Spann 1-2 0-0 2; Atkinson 0-0 0-0 0; Houts 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-55 14-21 84. 3-point goals: Appalachian 3-14 (Thomas 1-3; Grimes; 1-4; Tossie 1-4; Costner 0-3), Chattanooga 10-23 (Hall; Hand 3-6; Hatchett 1-2; Wade-Fray 1-5; Mohr) Halftime: Chattanooga 41, Appalachian 27

2008

at Charleston, S.C. UNC Greensboro 62, Appalachian 44 UNC Greensboro — Brooks 4-9 2-2 13; Grimsley 2-6 4-4 9; Dixon 4-7 1-2 9; Hyson 1-7 6-6 8; Frazier 3-7 0-2 6; Floyd 2-3 0-1 4; Ling 1-4 2-2 4; Chamberlain 2-3 0-0 4; Mullins 1-2 0-0 3; Womack 0-0 2-2 2; Girstautaite 0-0 0-0 0; Smith 0-2 0-0 0; Banner 0-1 0-0 0; Wadelington 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-51 17-2162. Appalachian — Ramirez 6-14 0-0 16; Colbert 4-9 0-1 9; Mixon 2-7 1-1 5; Thomas 2-12 1-2 5; Spencer 1-2 2-2 4; Tossie 0-2 3-4 3; Cunningham 1-2 0-1 2; Lake 0-0 0-0 0; Randolph 0-1 0-0 0; Mill 0-0 0-0 0; Hernandez 0-7 0-0 0. Totals 16-56 7-11 44. 3-point goals: UNC Greensboro 5-11 (Brooks 3-4; Mullins 1-2; Grimsley 1-3; Ling 0-1; Hyson 0-1) Appalachian 5-19 (Ramirez 4-9; Colbert 1-2; Thomas 0-2; Randolph 0-1; Hernandez 0-5) Halftime: UNC Greensboro 33, Appalachian 17

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ting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. Commissioner By the 1930s, membership in the Southern ConferJohn Iamarino ence had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford.

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Southern Conference Members Alabama (1921-1932) Appalachian State (1971-present) Auburn (1921-1932) College of Charleston (1998-present) Chattanooga (1976-present) The Citadel (1936-present) Clemson (1921-1953) Davidson (1936-1988, 1991-present) Duke (1928-1953) East Carolina (1964-1976) East Tennessee State (1978-2005) Elon (2003-present) Florida (1922-1932) Furman (1936-present) George Washington (1936-1970) Georgia (1921-1932) Georgia Southern (1991-present) Georgia Tech (1921-1932) Kentucky (1921-1932) Louisiana State (1922-1932) Marshall (1976-1997) Maryland (1921-1953) Mississippi (1922-1932) Mississippi State (1921-1932) North Carolina (1921-1953) North Carolina at Greensboro (1997-present) North Carolina State (1921-1953) Richmond (1936-1976) Samford (2008-present) South Carolina (1922-1953) Tennessee (1921-1932) Tulane (1922-1932) University of the South (1922-1932) Vanderbilt (1922-1932) Virginia (1921-1937) VMI (1924-2003) Virginia Tech (1921-1965) Wake Forest (1936-1953) Washington & Lee (1921-1958) West Virginia (1950-1968) Western Carolina (1976-present) William & Mary (1936-1977) Wofford (1997-present)

Championship History he first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From its humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The Southern Conference declares champions in 10 men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball.

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2010-11 socon composite schedule November 12 (Friday) Phoenix Classic Fordham at Elon Longwood Tournament Appalachian State vs. Marshall UNCG at Clemson Gardner-Webb at Wofford Furman at Indiana State East Tennessee State at Chattanooga Richmond at Western Carolina Davidson at Arkansas-Little Rock Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational College of Charleston at NC State November 13 (Saturday) Longwood Tournament Appalachian State vs. Campbell Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational College of Charleston vs TBA

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November 14 (Sunday) Phoenix Classic Troy at Elon Georgia Southern at Georgia East Carolina at Western Carolina Wofford at Virginia Tech Davidson at Arkansas

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November 15 (Monday) Chattanooga at Tennessee UNC Wilmington at UNC Greensboro Samford at Texas Tech

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

November 16 (Tuesday) Coastal Carolina at College of Charleston Mercer at Georgia Southern

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November 17 (Wednesday) Campbell at Wofford Appalachian State at Richmond Western Carolina at UNC Asheville

6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

November 18 (Thursday) Elon at Virginia Tech Samford at Vanderbilt

7 p.m. 8 p.m.

November 19 (Friday) Furman at Mercer 5:30 p.m. Alabama at Georgia Southern 7 p.m. William and Mary at Davidson 7 p.m. Appalachian State at East Tennessee State 7 p.m. College of Charleston at Bethune-Cookman 7 p.m. Chattanooga at Georgia 7 p.m. November 21 (Sunday) Georgia Southern at Jacksonville Western Carolina at North Carolina Coastal Carolina at Elon

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November 22 (Monday) Southern Virginia at Wofford UNCG at Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb at Appalachian State Davidson at Winthrop USC Aiken at College of Charleston

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November 23 (Tuesday) Austin Peay at Chattanooga Furman at Clemson Virginia Intermont at Elon Samford at Jacksonville State

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

November 24 (Wednesday) UNC Wilmington at Wofford

7 p.m.

November 26 (Friday) Mayfair Hotel and Spa Thanksgiving Tournament UNCG vs. Eastern Illinois 5 p.m. UTSA Thanksgiving Classic Davidson vs. North Texas 6 p.m. Hoops for the Cure Tournament Georgia Southern vs. Akron 7 p.m. Samford Invitational Alabama State at Samford 7 p.m. Holiday Inn Thanksgiving Basketball Classic Chattanooga vs. Wyoming 8 p.m. November 27 (Saturday) Presbyterian at Furman 2 p.m. Kansas State at College of Charlesteon 2 p.m. Samford Invitational USF at Samford 4 p.m. Wofford at Norfolk State 4 p.m. UTSA Thanksgiving Classic Davidson at UTSA 6 p.m. Holiday Inn Thanksgiving Basketball Classic Chattanooga vs. TBA TBA Hoops for the Cure Tournament Georgia Southern vs. TBA TBA Mayfair Hotel and Spa Thanksgiving Tournament UNCG vs. TBA TBA November 29 (Monday) *Elon at Appalachian State *Samford at Western Carolina *College of Charleston at Furman

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 1 (Wednesday) *Georgia Southern at Wofford UNC Pembroke at College of Charleston UNCG at Morgan State

6 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA

December 2 (Thursday) UNC Asheville at Appalachian State Elon at West Virginia

7 p.m. TBA

December 4 (Saturday) Florida State at Western Carolina Charleston Southern at Furman * Georgia Southern at Chattanooga Radford at Davidson

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 5 (Sunday) Appalachian State at Maryland Elon at Morgan State

2 p.m. 2 p.m.

December 7 (Tuesday) Erskine College at Furman High Point at UNCG Berry College at Samford

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

December 8 (Wednesday) Charlotte at Western Carolina

7 p.m.

2010-11 composite schedule

85

December 11 (Saturday) Radford at UNCG Furman at UNC Asheville Western Carolina at Georgia State Kentucky at Chattanooga

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 12 (Sunday) Georgia Southern at Florida Atlantic Clemson at Samford Bluefield College at Wofford December 14 (Tuesday) Georgia Southern at Stetson

2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m.

December 16 (Thursday) *Chattanooga at College of Charleston

7 p.m.

December 18 (Saturday) *Chattanooga at Georgia Southern * Western Carolina at Elon * Wofford at UNCG * Appalachian State at Furman * Samford at College of Charleston

1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

December 20 (Monday) * Furman at UNCG * Samford at Georgia Southern * Davidson at Elon * Western Carolina at Appalachian State

2 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 22 (Wednesday) Furman at Wake Forest

7 p.m.

December 28 (Tuesday) College of Charleston at North Carolina Colorado State at Western Carolina Furman at Arkansas

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

December 29 (Wednesday) Appalachian State at Wake Forest Saint Peter’s College Holiday Classic Samford vs. Ole Miss High Point at Georgia Southern Princeton at Davidson December 30 (Thursday) Western Carolina at James Madison Saint Peter’s College Holiday Classic Samford vs. TBA Elon at Marshall

2 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA TBA

December 31 (Friday) * UNCG at Davidson Coll. of Charleston at Charleston Southern

2 p.m. 2 p.m.

January 2 (Sunday) * Wofford at Chattanooga

3 p.m.

January 3 (Monday) * Georgia Southern at Elon * College of Charleston at Davidson * UNCG at Western Carolina

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

January 4 (Tuesday) * Furman at Chattanooga * Wofford at Samford

7 p.m. TBA


2010-11 socon composite schedule January 5 (Wednesday) * Georgia Southern at UNCG 7 p.m. * College of Charleston at Appalachian State 7 p.m. * Davidson at Western Carolina 7 p.m.

* Furman at Appalachian State * College of Charleston at Samford * UNCG at Wofford

2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m.

January 31 (Monday) * Appalachian State at Western Carolina * UNCG at Furman * Elon at Davidson * College of Charleston at Chattanooga * Georgia Southern at Samford

Noon 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

February 2 (Wednesday) * Davidson at Appalachian State * Samford at Chattanooga

7 p.m. 7 p.m.

January 6 (Thursday) * Furman at Samford

8 p.m.

January 8 (Saturday) * College of Charleston at Western Carolina * Elon at Samford * Appalachian State at Wofford * Davidson at Georgia Southern * UNCG at Chattanooga

2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

January 10 (Monday) * UNCG at Samford * Appalachian State at Georgia Southern * Davidson at Furman * Elon at Chattanooga * Wofford at Western Carolina

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 5 (Saturday) * Appalachian State at College of Charleston 1 p.m. * Western Carolina at Davidson 2 p.m. * Samford at Furman 2 p.m. * Chattanooga at Wofford 3 p.m. * UNCG at Georgia Southern 5 p.m.

January 14 (Friday) • College of Charleston at Wofford * Chattanooga at Davidson * Samford at Appalachian State * Furman at Elon * Western Carolina at Georgia Southern

6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 7 (Monday) * Western Carolina at UNCG * Samford at Wofford * Elon at Georgia Southern * Davidson at College of Charleston * Chattanooga at Furman

Noon 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

January 16 (Sunday) * Samford at Davidson * Furman at Western Carolina * Chattanooga at Appalachian State * Elon at Wofford * UNCG at College of Charleston

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA

February 10 (Thursday) * UNCG at Elon

7 p.m.

February 12 (Saturday) * Wofford at Elon * Western Carolina at Furman * College of Charleston at UNCG * Appalachian State at Samford * Davidson at Chattanooga

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 14 (Monday) * Appalachian State at Chattanooga * Elon at Furman * Georgia Southern at Western Carolina * Wofford at College of Charleston * Davidson at Samford

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

January 19 (Wednesday) * Wofford at Furman 7 p.m. * Appalachian State at Davidson 7 p.m. * Elon at UNCG 7 p.m. * Georgia Southern at College of Charleston 7 p.m. * Chattanooga at Samford 8 p.m. January 22 (Saturday) * College of Charleston at Elon * Georgia Southern at Furman * Appalachian State at UNCG * Davidson at Wofford * Western Carolina at Chattanooga

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

January 24 (Monday) * Wofford at Georgia Southern * Appalachian State at Elon * Furman at College of Charleston * Western Carolina at Samford

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

January 25 (Tuesday) * Davidson at UNCG

7 p.m.

January 27 (Thursday) Southern Virginia at Elon

11 a.m.

January 28 (Friday) Davidson at Longwood

7 p.m.

January 29 (Saturday) * Elon at Western Carolina

2 p.m.

February 16 (Wednesday) * Furman at Wofford 6 p.m. * College of Charleston at Georgia Southern 7 p.m. February 19 (Saturday) * Samford at Elon * Georgia Southern at Davidson * Wofford at Appalachian State * Chattanooga at UNCG * Western Carolina at College of Charleston

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

February 21 (Monday) * Samford at UNCG * Western Carolina at Wofford * Chattanooga at Elon * Furman at Davidson * Georgia Southern at Appalachian State

3 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 26 (Saturday) * Chattanooga at Western Carolina * Elon at College of Charleston

2 p.m. 2 p.m.

2010-11 composite schedule

86

* Wofford at Davidson * Furman at Georgia Southern * UNCG at Appalachian State March 3 (Thursday)- March 7 (Monday) Southern Conference Tournament Chattanooga, Tenn.

4 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m.


87


appalachian year-by-year results Year

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 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

Overall 5-5 7-5 9-4 3-10 6-10 18-8 14-8 12-11 11-15 8-15 8-22 7-18 2-26 6-22 16-12 16-12 24-7 24-4 19-8 20-9

Pct.

SoCon

.500 — .583 ­— .692 — .231 — .375 — .692 — .636 — .522 — .423 — .348 — .267 — .280 — .071 — .214 0-8 .571 5-5 .571 5-5 .774 9-1 .857 8-2 .704 9-1 .690 7-3

Pct.

Place

— — — — — — — — — — — — — .000 .500 .500 .900 .800 .900 .700

Year

— — — — — — — — — — — — — 5th 3rd t-3rd t-1st t-1st t-1st 2nd

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Overall

Overall

19-14 9-18 10-17 20-8 19-9 24-6 16-12 9-17 14-15 13-15 6-23 10-19 9-19 7-21 11-17 15-13 13-18 8-22 9-22 23-12 499-548

Pct.

.576 .333 .370 .714 .655 .800 .571 .346 .483 .535 .206 .345 .321 .250 .393 .536 .419 .267 .290 .657 .476

SoCon

Pct.

5-5 .500 5-5 .500 4-8 .333 10-3 .769 9-5 .643 14-0 1.000 8-6 .571 8-8 .500 7-10 .412 9-9 .500 3-15 .167 5-13 .278 8-10 .444 6-14 .300 8-12 .400 11-7 .611 6-12 .333 5-13 .278 7-13 .350 14-6 .700 195-199 .494

Place 2nd 4th t-5th 2nd 4th 1st 3rd 6th 6th 5th 10th 9th t-6th 9th 9th 4th 7th 7th 8th t-2nd --

APPALACHIAN YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Season 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Overall W-L Pct. 9-4 .692 3-10 .231 6-10 .375 18-8 .692 14-8 .636 12-11 .522 11-15 .423 8-15 .348 8-22 .267 7-18 .280 2-26 .071 6-22 .214 16-12 .571 16-12 .571 24-7 .774 24-4 .857 19-8 .704 20-9 .690 19-14 .576 9-18 .333 10-17 .370 20-8 .714 19-9 .679 24-6 .800 16-12 .571 9-17 .346 14-15 .483 13-15 .464 6-23 .207 10-19 .345 9-19 .321 7-21 .250 11-17 .393 15-13 .536 13-18 .419 8-22 .267 9-22 .290 23-12 .657

records

SoCon W-L Pct. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 0-8 .000 5-5 .500 5-5 .500 9-1 .900 8-2 .800 9-1 .900 7-3 .700 5-5 .500 5-5 .500 4-8 .333 10-3 .769 9-5 .643 14-0 1.000 8-6 .571 8-8 .500 7-10 .412 9-9 .500 3-15 .166 5-13 .278 8-10 .444 6-14 .300 8-12 .400 11-7 .611 6-12 .333 5-13 .278 7-13 .350 14-6 .700

FG 278 251 407 620 712 723 726 701 799 709 730 717 859 890 1001 953 815 824 880 781 791 789 802 884 756 563 750 710 691 703 677 655 652 685 752 722 718 900

FGA 726 762 1245 1377 1688 1714 1518 1599 1801 1695 1952 1996 1808 1728 1972 1891 1620 1833 2007 1711 1671 1746 1848 2024 1848 1469 1703 1763 1779 1822 1573 1687 1597 1630 1841 1797 1766 2084

Pct. .512 .329 .327 .450 .422 .422 .478 .428 .442 .418 .374 .359 .475 .515 .508 .504 .488 .450 .442 .456 .473 .452 .434 .437 .409 .386 .440 .403 .388 .386 .430 .388 .408 .420 .408 .402 .407 .432

Opp. FG FGA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 729 1538 1047 2252 833 1745 1022 1925 847 1836 825 1855 813 1659 882 1891 760 1732 796 1740 835 1953 952 2519 852 1830 807 1687 731 1838 675 1642 728 1747 660 1628 659 1563 756 1704 776 1740 827 1886 746 1785 691 1634 699 1622 592 1519 685 1576 682 1785 747 1750 731 1795 743 2075

88

Opp. Pct. — — — — — — — .474 .465 .465 .520 .461 .445 .490 .466 .439 .457 .426 .417 .466 .478 .398 .411 .417 .405 .422 .444 .446 .436 .418 .423 .431 .390 .435 .382 .427 .407 .358

3FG FGA — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 16 40 34 92 55 145 136 332 75 238 116 319 172 475 160 488 150 423 149 445 86 332 118 354 110 359 118 475 154 501 112 330 145 458 116 380 125 367 144 457 106 358 109 362 149 434

Pct. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — .400 .370 .379 .410 .315 .364 .362 .328 .355 .335 .259 .333 .306 .248 .307 .339 .317 .305 .341 .315 .296 .301 .343

Opp. Opp. 3FG FGA Pct. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 38 127 .299 51 148 .345 49 150 .327 86 284 .303 111 312 .356 91 254 .358 88 309 .285 95 335 .284 95 335 .284 83 268 .310 116 346 .335 122 360 .339 149 407 .366 116 371 .313 132 431 .306 121 376 .322 136 356 .382 113 391 .289 139 382 .364 164 491 .334 163 504 .323 198 535 .370 210 661 .318


APPALACHIAN ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES

Beth Miller

1970-72 12-10 Overall (Two seasons)

Dr. Judy Clarke

1972-81 89-103 Overall (Nine seasons)

Marian Brewer

1981-84 15-66 Overall (Three seasons)

Linda Robinson

1984-97 236-138 Overall (13 seasons)

Barbie Breedlove

1997-2002 52-89 Overall (Five seasons)

Adrienne Shuler

2002-08 63-110 Overall (Six seasons)

Darcie Vincent

2008-present 32-34 Overall (Two Seasons)

All-Time Assistant Coaches Carol Alfano...........................................1974-75 Carol Almond........................................1985-93 Barbie Breedlove.................................1985-97 Mary Brock (McMahon).....................2002-06 Wanda Briley.........................................1974-75 Helen Carroll..........................................1973-75 Angela Crosby......................................1996-99 Jim Cole...................................................2005-06 Melissa Davis.........................................2001-02 Robyn Flewelling.................................2004-05

Mary Jo Forde.......................................1979-80 Madeline Frosch...................................1978-80 Lisa Gottuso...........................................2008-09 Allison Gregory....................................2007-08 Andrea Gross..................... 2009-present Vicki Hamilton......................................1971-72 Angelita Horton...................................1984-86 Nora Jabbour................... 2010- present Lalon Jones............................................1992-99 Leigh Jones............................................1996-98

Britt King.................................................2006-09 Heather Kearney............... 2009-present Jeff Laboe...............................................2003-04 Jim Lankford..........................................2000-01 Candis Loy..............................................1980-81 Lisa Mason.............................................1990-93 Kiesha Mack..................................... 2009-2010 Latric McLin..................................... 1999-2000 Gail Moody............................................1980-81 Justin Vanorman...................................2002-03

Libya Rentz.......................................1999-2000 Priscilla Rickenbacker................................ 2006-07 Penny Roberson...................................1993-96 Linda Robinson....................................1977-78 Delaina Smith.......................................2000-02 Lindsay Smith.......................................2006-09 Kim Thompson................................2002-2006 Debbie Wynne......................................1979-80 Lori Wynn...............................................1995-97

APPALACHIAN YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS FT-FTA 161-319 372-599 203-346 284-498 363-425 266-384 245-372 215-362 302-488 234-377 249-416 362-578 460-675 387-635 539-810 421-639 473-677 449-699 609-835 417-598 385-564 470-698 388-613 500-755 387-615 382-588 500-721 434-649 473-780 432-676 396-554 396-552 352-542 383-539 445-671 337-519 295-462 387-599

Pct. .505 .599 .587 .570 .618 .693 .659 .594 .619 .621 .599 .626 .675 .609 .665 .659 .699 .642 .714 .697 .683 .673 .633 .662 .629 .650 .693 .669 .606 .639 .715 .717 .649 .711 .663 .649 .639 .646

Opp. FT-FTA — — — — — — 344-540 — 379-573 379-573 384-583 364-552 263-439 367-569 401-596 439-520 311-495 341-544 529-742 406-608 397-607 386-606 459-751 548-823 499-761 343-494 547-791 367-552 509-733 524-752 410-612 472-692 480-702 452-649 583-810 503-733 491-707 495-702

Opp. Pct. — — — — — — .637 — .661 .661 .659 .659 .599 .645 .673 .637 .628 .627 .713 .668 .654 .637 .611 .666 .656 .694 .692 .665 .694 .697 .670 .682 .684 .696 .720 .686 .694 .705

Reb. 551 401 666 819 790 938 847 926 1164 1027 1072 1245 1186 976 1209 1107 1048 1234 1405 1107 1062 1227 1208 1306 1206 1031 1169 1149 1220 1206 985 1054 1036 990 1207 1046 1180 1503

Avg. 39.4 28.6 41.6 37.2 34.4 40.8 38.5 40.3 38.8 41.1 38.3 44.5 42.4 33.7 39.0 39.5 38.8 42.6 42.6 42.2 39.3 43.8 43.1 43.5 43.1 39.7 40.3 41.0 42.1 41.6 35.2 37.6 37.0 35.4 38.9 34.9 38.1 42.9

Opp. Reb. — — — — — — 837 — 1302 1302 1233 1273 1037 1037 1079 1000 1003 1176 1391 1047 975 1139 1140 1186 1187 980 1004 1087 1258 1228 1057 1117 1060 1050 1233 1255 1147 1250

Opp. Opp. Avg. Points Avg. Points — 717 51.2 605 — 725 55.8 774 — 1017 63.6 1071 — 1524 69.3 1313 — 1687 73.4 1267 — 1714 74.5 1833 38.0 1699 77.2 1802 — 1614 70.2 1830 43.4 1900 63.3 2473 43.4 1652 66.1 1958 43.4 1709 61.0 2388 45.5 1796 64.1 2058 37.0 2148 76.6 1913 35.8 2147 74.7 1993 34.8 2543 82.0 2164 36.9 2343 83.7 1889 32.1 2137 79.1 1954 40.6 2152 74.2 2060 42.2 2521 76.4 2519 38.8 2054 76.1 2221 36.1 2083 77.1 2102 40.7 2220 79.3 1936 40.7 2152 76.9 1896 39.5 2418 80.6 2099 42.4 2048 73.1 1902 37.7 1594 61.3 1777 34.6 2118 73.0 2181 38.8 1964 70.1 2068 43.4 1973 68.0 2279 42.3 1992 68.7 2148 37.8 1862 66.5 1913 39.9 1851 66.1 2006 37.9 1772 63.3 1777 37.5 1878 67.1 1961 39.8 2093 67.5 2111 41.8 1887 62.9 2160 37.0 1840 59.4 2151 35.7 2336 66.7 2191

89

Opp. Avg. 43.2 59.5 65.1 59.7 72.5 79.9 81.9 79.6 82.4 78.3 85.3 73.5 68.7 68.7 69.4 67.5 72.4 71.0 76.3 82.3 77.9 69.1 67.7 70.0 67.9 68.3 75.2 73.9 78.6 74.1 68.3 71.6 63.5 70.0 68.1 72.0 69.4 62.6

Score Margin +8.0 -3.7 -1.5 +9.6 +0.9 -5.4 -4.7 -9.6 -19.1 -11.2 -24.3 -9.4 +7.9 -2.1 +11.6 +2.6 +6.7 +3.2 +0.1 +3.4 -0.8 +10.2 +9.2 +10.6 +5.2 -7.0 -2.2 -3.7 -10.6 -5.4 -1.8 -5.5 -0.2 -3.0 -0.6 -9.1 -10.0 +4.1

Rebound Margin — — — — — — +0.5 — -4.6 -2.3 -5.1 -1.0 +5.4 +6.0 +0.2 +16.2 +6.7 +2.0 +0.4 -7.2 +3.2 +3.1 +2.4 +4.0 +0.7 +2.0 +5.7 +2.2 -1.3 -0.8 -2.6 -2.3 -0.9 -2.1 -0.9 -7.0 +1.1 +7.2

Season 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10


team records- wins and losses Overall Wins

Wins 24 24 24 23 20 20 19 19 19 17 16 16 16

Season 1987-88 1995-96 1986-87 2009-10 1993-94 1989-90 1988-89 1994-95 1990-91 1975-76 1996-97 1984-85 1985-86

Conference Wins

Wins 14 14 11 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

Season 1995-96 2009-10 2005-06 1993-94 1988-89 1986-87 1994-95 1999-2000 1987-88 1996-97 1997-98 2002-03 2004-05

Overall Losses Losses Season

26 23 22 22 22 22 21 19 19 19 18 18 17 17 17

1982-83 2000-01 2008-09 2007-08 1983-84 1980-81 2003-04 1981-82 2002-03 2001-02 2006-07 1991-92 2004-05 1997-98 1992-93

Conference Losses Losses 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 10 10

SEASON-LONG STREAKS

WINS-LOSSES

Season 2000-01 2003-04 2008-09 2007-08 2001-02 2006-07 2004-05 2002-03 1998-99

records

Overall Record 24-4 (.857) 24-6 (.800) 24-7 (.774) 23-12 (.657) 20-8 (.714) 20-9 (.690) 19-8 (.704) 19-9 (.679) 19-14 (.576) 17-5 (.773) 16-12 (.571) 16-12 (.571) 16-13 (.552)

Head Coach Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Darcie Vincent Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Judy Clarke Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson

SoCon Record 14-0 (1.000) 14-6 (.700) 11-7 (.611) 10-3 (.769) 9-1 (.900) 9-1 (.900) 9-5 (.643) 9-9 (.500) 8-2 (.800) 8-6 (.571) 8-8 (.500) 8-10 (.444) 8-12 (.400)

Head Coach Linda Robinson Darcie Vincent Adrienne Shuler Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Barbie Breedlove Linda Robinson Linda Robinson Barbie Breedlove Adrienne Shuler Adrienne Shuler

Overall Record 2-26 (.071) 6-23 (.207) 9-22 (.290) 6-22 (.267) 6-22 (.214) 8-22 (.267) 7-21 (.250) 6-19 (.240) 9-19 (.321) 10-19 (.345) 13-18 (.419) 9-18 (.333) 11-17 (.393) 9-17 (.346) 10-17 (.370)

Head Coach Marian Brewer Barbie Breedlove Darcie Vincent Adrienne Shuler Marian Brewer Judy Clarke Adrienne Shuler Marian Brewer Adrienne Shuler Barbie Breedlove Adrienne Shuler Linda Robinson Adrienne Shuler Barbie Breedlove Linda Robinson

Overall Record 6-23 (.206) 7-21 (.250) 9-22 (.290) 8-22 (.267) 10-19 (.345) 13-18 (.419) 11-17 (.393) 9-19 (.321) 14-15 (.483)

Head Coach Barbie Breedlove Adrienne Shuler Darcie Vincent Adrienne Shuler Barbie Breedlove Adrienne Shuler Adrienne Shuler Adrienne Shuler Barbie Breedlove

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76

W......................... 4 L.......................... 4 W......................... 5 L.......................... 3 W......................... 2 L.......................... 8 W......................... 1 L.......................... 5

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

W......................... 6 L.......................... 3 W......................... 2 L.......................... 5 W......................... 2 L.......................... 3 W.......................12 L.......................... 2

W.......................11 L.......................... 2

1994-95 1995-96

W.......................10 L.......................... 2

W......................... 2 L.......................... 4

W......................... 7 L.......................... 2

1976-77 1977-78

W......................... 4 L.......................... 2

1996-97

W......................... 5 L.......................... 2

W......................... 4 L.......................... 4

1997-98

W......................... 6 L.......................... 5

1978-79

W......................... 2 L.......................... 2

1998-99

W......................... 4 L.......................... 6

1979-80

W......................... 2 L.......................... 4

1999-00

W......................... 4 L.......................... 4

1980-81 1981-82

W......................... 2 L.......................... 5

2000-01 2001-02

W......................... 1 L.......................... 9

1982-83 1983-84

W......................... 2 L.......................... 5

W......................... 3 L.......................... 7

W......................... 1 L.......................... 8

2002-03 2003-04

W......................... 1 L.......................... 7

W......................... 2 L........................12

W......................... 4 L.......................... 9

1984-85 1985-86

W......................... 6 L.......................... 5

2004-05

W......................... 5 L.......................... 7

W......................... 4 L.......................... 3

2005-06

W......................... 5 L.......................... 4

1986-87

W.......................12 L.......................... 3

W......................... 3 L.......................... 6

1987-88

W......................... 8 L.......................... 1

2006-07 2007-08

W......................... 2 L.......................... 6

1988-89 1989-90

W......................... 9 L.......................... 3

2008-09

W......................... 2 L.......................... 8

W......................... 5 L.......................... 2

2009-10

W......................... 7 L.......................... 3

Longest Winning Streak: ................12, 2X (Jan. 31-March 10, 1994) ....................................................................................... (Jan. 4-March 7, 1987) Longest Losing Streak: . ............................12 (Jan. 26-March 3, 1983)

90


all-time 100 point games APPALACHIAN Points

Opponent

vs. Milligan at Tennessee Tech vs. Marshall at Western Carolina vs. High Point vs. Cheyney vs. Winthrop vs. Furman at Central Florida vs. Mars Hill at Georgia Southern vs. Coastal Carolina at East Tennessee State vs. Catawba vs. UNC-Asheville at USC-Spartanburg at Maryland

Opp. Pts. 35 60 56 74 62 62 51 77 84 82 94 44 92 57 49 87 71

Most Combined Points

Date

113 110 109 108 107 105 104 104 104 104 102 102 101 101 100 100 100

100-Point Games: 17 Last Time Appalachian Scored 100 Points: 102 at Georgia Southern (February 24, 1996) At Home: 109 vs. Marshall (January 21, 1995) At the Holmes Center: Never On the Road: 102 at Georgia Southern (February 24, 1996 — Statesboro, Ga.) At a Neutral Site: 104 vs. Furman (March 11, 1988 — Huntington, W. Va.)

OPPONENTS

Opponent at No. 9 Maryland vs. N.C. State vs. Alabama vs. North Carolina at Tennessee vs. Cleveland State vs. Tennessee Tech vs. DePaul at Georgia Tech at Clemson at Louisville vs. California at North Carolina vs. North Carolina vs. North Carolina at Houston at California at East Tennessee State vs. N.C. State vs. N.C. State at North Carolina vs. East Carolina at N.C. State vs. East Tennessee State at UNC-Charlotte at Furman at Maryland vs. East Tennessee State vs. East Tennessee State at Michigan State

ASU Pts. 59 54 90 50 64 67 67 64 72 81 61 99 72 76 76 70 69 87 61 59 50 40 59 78 63 83 71 81 51 63

1979-1980 January 14, 1982 January 21, 1995 February 28, 1993 February 25, 1987 November 27, 1987 February 24, 1988 March 11, 1988 January 4, 1987 1980-1981 February 22, 1996 February 18, 1991 January 24, 1996 December 10, 1984 December 1, 1992 January 24, 198t7 March 14, 1990

Points Opponent

208 204 196 193 191 191 188 187 186 183 183

vs. California vs. Alabama at Georgia Southern at E. Tennessee State at E. Tennessee State at Clemson at UCF at USC Spartanburg vs. Mars Hill vs. Chattanooga at Furman

Points 118 118 114 114 113 112 112 111 110 110 109 109 109 107 107 106 105 104 104 104 103 103 103 101 100 100 100 100 100 100

Date December 1, 2005 1980-81 January 13, 1992 November 20, 1982 March 13, 1999 December 30, 1982 1980-81 December 30, 2007 December 18, 1992 December 17, 1977 February 23, 1991 March 19, 1987 November 24, 1981 1980-81 1978-79 December 1, 1989 December 20, 1991 November 21, 2006 1979-80 1978-79 December 10, 1982 1980-81 January 2, 1982 January 8, 2001 January 30, 1991 January 12, 1991 March 14, 1990 February 20, 1986 1980-81 November 19, 1999

100-Point Games: 30 Last Time Opponent Scored 100 Points: 111 by DePaul (December 30, 2007 - San Diego, Calif.) At Appalachian: 101 by East Tennessee State (January 8, 2001) At Opponent: 104 by East Tennessee State (November 11, 2006 - Johnson City, Tenn.) At a Neutral Site: 111 by DePaul (December 30, 2007 - San Diego, Calif.)

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99-109 90-114 102-94 101-92 87-104 81-110 104-84 100-87 104-82 104-79 83-100

March 19, 1987 Jan. 13, 1992 Feb. 22, 1996 Jan. 24, 1996 Nov. 11, 2006 Dec. 17, 1977 Jan. 4, 1987 Jan. 24, 1987 1980-81 Jan. 17, 1987 Jan. 12, 1991

Fewest Combined Points

Points Opponent

66 69 73 74 76 77 81 84 84 84

at Western Carolina vs. High Point vs. Elon vs. Elon vs. Mars Hill vs. Western Carolina vs. Winthrop vs. Western Carolina vs. Winthrop vs. UNC Asheville

Game:

ASU-Opp Date

118 118 114 114 113 112 112 111 110 110

ASU-Opp Date 37-29 40-29 53-20 55-19 37-39 37-40 36-45 34-50 49-35 75-9

Jan. 16, 1973 Feb. 19, 1973 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71 1970-71 Jan. 24, 1973

Most Points Allowed at No. 9 Maryland (Dec. 1, 2005) vs. N.C. State (1980-81) vs. North Carolina (Nov. 20, 1982) vs. Alabama (Jan. 13, 1982) at Tennessee (March 13, 1999) vs. Tennessee Tech (1980-81) vs. Cleveland State (Dec. 30, 1982) vs. DePaul (Dec. 30, 2007) at Clemson (Dec. 17, 1977) at Georgia Tech (Dec. 18, 1992)

Season Avg.: 85.3 82.4 82.3 81.9 79.9

1982-83 (2,388 pts. — 28 games) 1980-81 (2,473 pts. — 30 games) 1991-92 (2,221 pts. — 27 games) 1978-79 (1,802 pts. — 22 games) 1977-78 (1,833 pts. — 23 games)

Game: 32 34 35 36 36 37 37 37 39 40 41 42

Fewest Points Allowed

vs. Georgia (Dec. 31, 1982) vs. Western Carolina (1970-71) vs. UNC Greensboro (1971-72) vs. Winthrop (1970-71) vs. Fairfield (Mar. 21, 2010) vs. Mars Hill (1970-71) vs. Western Carolina (1971-72) at Western Carolina (Jan. 16, 1973) vs. Western Carolina (1970-71) vs. High Point (Feb. 19, 1973) at UNC Greensboro (Jan. 25, 2005) vs. Wake Forest (Nov. 27, 1984)

Season Avg.: 51.2 55.8 61.0 61.3 62.6 63.3 63.3

1972-73 (717 pts. — 14 games) 1973-74 (725 pts. — 13 games) 1982-83 (1,709 pts. — 28 games) 1997-98 (1,594 pts. — 26 games) 2009-10 (2, 191 pts.--- 35 games) 2004-05 (1,772 pts. — ­ 28 games) 1980-81 (1,900 pts. — 30 games)


team records Most Points Scored Appalachian

Game: 113 vs. Milligan (1979-80) 110 at Tennessee Tech (Nov. 14, 1982) 109 vs. Marshall (Jan. 21, 1995) 107 vs. High Point (Feb. 25, 1987) 105 vs. Cheyney (Nov. 27, 1987) 104 vs. Mars Hill (1980-81) 104 at UCF (Jan. 4, 1987) 104 vs. Chattanooga (Jan. 17, 1987) 104 vs. Winthrop (Feb. 24, 1988) 104 vs. Furman (March 11, 1988) Season Avg.: 83.7 1987-88 (2,343 pts. — 28 games) 82.0 1986-87 (2,543 pts. — 31 games) 80.6 1995-96 (2,418 pts. — 30 games) 79.3 1993-94 (2,220 pts. — 28 games) 79.1 1988-89 (2,137 pts. — 29 games)

Opponents Game: 118 118 114 114 113 112 112 111 110 110

at No. 9 Maryland (Dec. 1, 2005) vs. N.C. State (1980-81) vs. North Carolina (Nov. 20, 1982) vs. Alabama (Jan. 13, 1982) at Tennessee (March 13, 1999) vs. Tennessee Tech (1980-81) vs. Cleveland State (Dec. 30, 1982) vs. DePaul (Dec. 30, 2007) at Clemson (Dec. 17, 1977) at Georgia Tech (Dec. 18, 1992)

Season Avg.: 85.3 1982-83 (2,388 pts. — 28 games) 82.4 1980-81 (2,473 pts. — 30 games) 82.3 1991-92 (2,221 pts. — 27 games) 81.9 1978-79 (1,802 pts. — 22 games) 79.9 1977-78 (1,833 pts. — 23 games) FIELD GOALS

Appalachian Game: 47 vs. Catawba (Dec. 10, 1984) Season: 1,001, 1986-87 (attempted 1,972) Opponents Season: 952, 1990-91 (attempted 2,284)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Appalachian Game: 100 vs. East Carolina (1976-77) Season: 2,024, 1995-96 (made 884) Opponents Season: 2,284, 1990-91 (made 952)

FIELD GOAL ACCURACY Appalachian

Game: .647 vs. Furman (33-51; March 10, 1990) Season: .515, 1985-86 (890-1,728)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

Appalachian Game: 13 vs. Furman (24 att.; Feb. 2, 2002) 13 vs. Marshall (30 att.; March 1, 1997) 13 vs. Chattanooga (22 att.; Feb. 28, 1994) Season: 172, 1993-94 (475 attempts) Opponents Game: 14 at Bowling Green (Dec. 23, 2009) Season: 535, 2008-09 (198 made)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

Appalachian Game: 30 vs. Marshall (13 made; March 1, 1997) Season: 501, 2001-02 (154 made) Opponents Game: 37 at Char. Southern (March 18, 2010) Season: 661, 2009-10 (210 made)

FREE THROWS Appalachian Game: 41 vs. Radford (52 att.; Dec. 12, 1990) Season: 609, 1990-91 (attempted 853) Opponents Season: 583, 2006-07 (attempted 810) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Appalachian Game: 53 vs. East Tennessee State (34 made) Season: 853, 1990-91 (made 609) Opponents Season: 823, 1995-96 (made 548) FREE THROW ACCURACY Appalachian Game: .950* vs. Hofstra (19-20; Nov. 19, 1994) Season: .717, 2003-04 (396-552) Opponents Season: .720, 2006-07 (583-810) * minimum 20 attempts

REBOUNDS Appalachian Game: 66 vs. Catawba (Nov. 21, 1983) Season: 1,503, 2009-10 (35 games) Season Avg.: 44.5, 1983-84 (1,245 reb./28 games) Opponents Season: 1,391, 1990-91 (33 games) Season Avg.: 49.0, 1983-84 (1,373 reb./28 games)

Opponents Season: .490 1985-86 (813-1,659)

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ASSISTS Appalachian Game: 31 vs. Furman (Jan. 11, 1997) Season: 556, 2009-10 STEALS Appalachian Game: 22 vs. Winthrop (Dec. 2, 1995) 22 vs. North Carolina A&T (Dec. 2, 1983) 22 vs. Central Florida (Nov. 11, 2006) Season: 376, 2007-08 Opponents Game: 27 vs. Georgia Southern (Jan. 1, 1990) Season: 356, 1989-90 BLOCKED SHOTS Appalachian Game: 17 vs. Elon (Jan. 2, 2010) Season: 223, 2009-10 Opponents Game: 12 vs. Wofford (Feb. 25, 2010) MARGIN OF VICTORY Appalachian victory: 78 vs. Milligan (113-35), 1979-80 Appalachian loss: 64 vs. North Carolina (114-50), Nov. 20, 1982 64 vs. NC State (118-54), 1980-81


individual records FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

POINTS

Game: 24, Valorie Whiteside vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (Feb. 4, 1985) Season: 338, Valorie Whiteside (1984-85) Career: 1,173, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

Game: 48, Valorie Whiteside vs. Western Carolina (Jan. 23, 1986) Season: 776, Valorie Whiteside (1986-87) Season Avg.: 27.1, Valorie Whiteside (1984-85) Career: 2,944, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88) Career Avg.: 25.4, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

FREE THROW ACCURACY Game*: 1.000 (14-14), Beth Laney vs. S.F. Austin (March 20, 1987) Season: .898, Jane Dalton (1987-88) Career: .838, Jane Dalton (1984-88)

POINTS IN A SEASON BY CLASS Freshman: 758, Valorie Whiteside (1984-85) Sophomore: 698, Valorie Whiteside (1985-86) Junior: 776, Valorie Whiteside (1986-87) Senior: 712, Valorie Whiteside (1987-88)

* minimum 12 made

REBOUNDS Game: 26, Valorie Whiteside vs. Furman (Feb. 6, 1985) Season: 435, Valorie Whiteside (1984-85) Season Avg.: 15.5, Valorie Whiteside (1984-85) (435 rebounds/28 gms.) Career: 1,369, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88) Career Avg.: 11.8, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

FIELD GOALS Game: 20, Valorie Whiteside vs. Western Carolina (Jan. 23, 1986) Season: 286, Valorie Whiteside (1987-88) Career: 1,153, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

REBOUNDS IN A SEASON BY CLASS

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

Freshman: 435, Valorie Whiteside (1984-85) Sophomore: 328, Valorie Whiteside (1985-86) Junior: 311, Valorie Whiteside (1986-87) Senior: 300, Glenda Cunningham (1989-90)

Game: 30, Valorie Whiteside vs. Marshall (Jan. 26, 1985) Season: 598, Valorie Whiteside (1987-88) Career: 2,231, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

ASSISTS

FIELD GOAL ACCURACY

Game: 14, Shannon Spencer vs. East Tennessee St. (Feb. 21, 1994) Season: 174, Jane Currin (1986-87) Career: 660, Jane Dalton (1984-88)

Game*: 1.000 (10-10), Regina Ikard vs. Radford (Nov. 26, 1991) Season: .637 (221-347), Angela Crosby (1992-93) Career: .628 (429-683), Angela Crosby (1992-95) * minimum 10 attempts

STEALS THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

Game: 13, Valorie Whiteside vs. Coll. of Charleston (Jan. 9, 1988) Season: 113, Whitney Tossie (2006-07) Career: 351, Whitney Tossie (2004-08)

Game: 7, Karen Gruca vs. Furman (Jan. 12, 1991) 7, Leigh Jones vs. Marshall (March 1, 1997) Season: 83, Karen Gruca (1990-91) Career: 177, Lindsay Smith (2001-05)

STEALS IN A SEASON BY CLASS Freshman: 74, Greteya Kelley (2005-06) Sophomore: 85, Shannon Spencer (1993-94) Junior: 113, Whitney Tossie (2006-07) Senior: 97, Shannon Spencer (1995-96)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Game: 13, Karen Gruca vs. Furman (Jan. 12, 1991) 13, Sam Ramirez at UNC Greensboro (Jan. 6, 2010) Season: 203, Sam Ramirez (2009-10) Career: 550, Lindsay Smith (2001-05)

BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 8, Catherine Williams vs. Davidson (Jan. 23, 2010) 8, Anna Freeman vs. Bowling Green (Dec. 23, 2009) Season: 92, Anna Freeman (2009-10) Career: 195, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ACCURACY Game*: .833 (5-6), Mitzi Young vs.Furman (Feb. 28, 1992) .833 (5-6) , Karolina Karlqvist vs. Davidson (Feb. 14, 1994) Season: .517, Shannon Spencer (1993-94) Career: .424, Karen Gruca (1989-91)

BLOCKED SHOTS IN A SEASON BY CLASS Freshman: 92, Anna Freeman (2009-10) Sophomore: 50, Catherine Williams (2009-10) Junior: 40, Valorie Whiteside (1986-87) Senior: 62, Britany Mixon (2008-09)

* minimum five made

FREE THROWS Game: 16, Valorie Whiteside vs, Lenoir-Rhyne (Feb. 4, 1985) 16, Shannon Thomas vs. New Mexico State (Feb. 22, 1991) Consecutive: 39, Beth Laney (1986-88) Season: 207, Angela Crosby (1993-94) Career: 638, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

PERSONAL FOULS Season: 127, Anna Freeman (2009-10) Career: 373, Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

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ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) 18) 19) 20)

Points 2,944 1,725 1,495 1,477 1,373 1,302 1,282 1,275 1,259 1,211 1,203 1,170 1,158 1,133 1,076 1,041 1,037 1,030 1,006 990

Player Valorie Whiteside Karen Robinson Shannon Thomas Muriel Higginbotham Beth Laney Whitney Tossie Andreia Hinton Natasha Lettsome Penny Roberson Kiki Conyers Angela Crosby Aisha Bryant Carol Almond Angelita Horton Lindsay Smith Beth Schoolfield Regina Ikard Sam Ramirez Melissa Davis Meredith Thompson

CAREER SCORING LEADERS

Seasons 1984-88 1983-87 1988-92 1978-82 1985-89 2004-08 1993-97 1997-01 1990-94 2002-06 1992-94 2000-04 1975-79 1978-82 2001-05 1995-99 1990-93 2007-pres. 1993-97 1993-97

GP 116 109 100 99 114 116 105 110 99 111 55 112 87 94 113 106 106 96 111 113

Valorie Whiteside is eighth on the NCAA Division I career scoring list.

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FG-FGA 1153-2231 714-1441 558-1167 616-1201 480-884 497-1048 513-1101 513-970 460-1039 427-976 429-683 382-1064 523-1062 498-982 348-977 391-758 405-738 387-960 353-777 380-889

Pct. .517 .495 .478 .413 .544 .474 .466 .529 .443 .438 .628 .359 .492 .507 .356 .516 .549 .403 .454 .427

FT-FTA 638-1,173 297-415 378-597 245-408 414-526 263-395 256-467 249-480 232-288 303-373 345-477 293-383 119-152 137-198 203-295 259-358 225-345 97-123 195-262 189-296

Pct. .544 .716 .633 .601 .787 .666 .548 .518 .806 .812 .723 .765 .747 .690 .688 .724 .652 .789 .744 .638

Avg. 25.4 15.8 15.0 14.9 12.1 11.2 12.2 11.6 12.7 10.9 21.9 10.4 13.3 12.1 9.5 9.8 9.8 10.7 9.1 8.7


ALL-TIME REBOUNDING LEADERS

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) 18) 19) 20)

Rebounds 1,369 969 929 758 757 713 694 624 606 587 586 582 563 552 540 510 494 484 476 460

CAREER REBOUNDING LEADERS

Player Valorie Whiteside Muriel Higginbotham Shannon Thomas Natasha Lettsome Jamie Gagliano Karen Robinson Andreia Hinton Regina Ikard Meana Cusimano Melissa Davis Meredith Thompson Jaime Bennett Madeline Frosch Carolyn Cameron Beth Laney Angela Crosby Tiffany Chappell Brittany Mixon Glenda Cunningham Angelita Horton

Seasons 1984-88 1978-82 1988-92 1997-2001 1997-2001 1983-87 1993-97 1990-93 1981-85 1993-97 1993-97 2003-07 1975-78 1980-84 1985-89 1992-94 1996-2000 2005-2009 1988-90 1978-82

GP 116 99 100 100 108 109 105 106 91 111 113 115 63 90 114 55 109 85 56 94

Avg./Game 11.8 9.8 9.3 6.9 7.0 6.5 6.6 5.9 6.7 5.3 5.2 5.1 8.9 6.1 4.7 9.3 4.5 5.7 8.5 4.9

Shannon Thomas is one of just three players to pull down more than 900 boards in a career at Appalachian.

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ALL-TIME career top-ten lists

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

POINTS

FIELD GOALS

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

Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)............................................. 1,153 Karen Robinson (1983-86)....................................................714 Shannon Thomas (1988-91).................................................558 Andreia Hinton (1993-97).....................................................513 Natasha Lettsome (1997-01)................................................513 Whitney Tossie (2004-08)......................................................497 Beth Laney (1985-89)..............................................................480 Penny Roberson (1990-93)...................................................460 Angela Crosby (1992-93).......................................................429 Kiki Conyers (2002-06)............................................................427

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

Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)............................................. 1,369 Muriel Higginbotham (1978-82).........................................969 Shannon Thomas (1988-92).................................................929 Natasha Lettsome (1997-01)................................................758 Jamie Gagliano (1997-01).....................................................757 Karen Robinson (1983-87)....................................................713 Andreia Hinton (1993-97).....................................................694 Regina Ikard (1990-93)...........................................................624 Meana Cuismano (1981-85).................................................606 Melissa Davis (1993-97).........................................................587

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

Valorie Whiteside (1984-88).................................................638 Beth Laney (1985-89)..............................................................414 Shannon Thomas (1988-91).................................................378 Angela Crosby (1992-93).......................................................345 Kiki Conyers (2002-06)............................................................303 Karen Robinson (1983-86)....................................................297 Aisha Bryant (2000-04)...........................................................293 Jamie Galgiano (1997-01).....................................................292 Whitney Tossie (2004-08)......................................................263 Beth Schoolfield (1995-99)...................................................259

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

Lindsay Smith (2001-05)........................................................177 Beth Kilby (1991-94)................................................................162 Sam Ramirez (2007- pres.)...................................... 159 Noel Dolan (1996-2000).........................................................150 Karolina Karqvist (1992-96)..................................................148 Karen Gruca (1989-90)............................................................133 Aisha Bryant (2000-04)...........................................................113 Michelle Conklin (2001-05)...................................................109 Penny Roberson (1990-93)...................................................107 Melissa Davis (1993-97).........................................................105

Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)............................................. 2,944 Karen Robinson (1983-87)................................................ 1,725 Shannon Thomas (1988-92)............................................. 1,495 Muriel Higginbotham (1978-82)..................................... 1,477 Beth Laney (1985-89).......................................................... 1,373 Whitney Tossie (2004-08).................................................. 1,302 Andreia Hinton (1993-97)................................................. 1,282 Natasha Lettsome (1997-01)............................................ 1,275 Penny Roberson (1990-94)............................................... 1,259 Kiki Conyers (2002-06)........................................................ 1,211 Angela Crosby (1992-94)................................................... 1,203

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

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

Jane Dalton (1984-87)............................................................660 Shannon Spencer (1992-96).................................................568 Whitney Tossie (2004-08)......................................................351 Sam Ramirez (2007-pres.)....................................... 314 Penny Roberson (1990-93)...................................................291 Karen Robinson (1983-86)....................................................278 Lindsay Smith (2001-05)........................................................277 Noel Dolan (1996-2000).........................................................276 Whitney Tossie (2004-present)............................................273 Jaymi Wilson (1999-2003).....................................................265

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

Whitney Tossie (2004-08)......................................................351 Shannon Spencer (1992-96).................................................341 Valorie Whiteside (1984-88).................................................257 Noel Dolan (1996-2000).........................................................179 Karen Robinson (1983-86)....................................................175 Melissa Davis (1993-97).........................................................147 Kiki Conyers (2002-06)............................................................145 Sam Ramirez (2007-present).................................. 144 Jane Dalton (1984-87)............................................................142 Tiffani Johnson (1999-2003).................................................142 Shannon Thomas (1988-91).................................................142

Valorie Whiteside (1984-88).................................................195 Shannon Thomas (1988-91).................................................131 Brittany Mixon (2005-09).......................................................107 Jessica Jank (2001-05)............................................................101 Anna Freeman (2009-pres)....................................... 92 Melissa Davis (1993-97)...........................................................70 Catherine Williams (2008-pres.)............................... 65 Jamie Gagliano (1997-01).......................................................60 Merideth Thompson (1993-97).............................................58 Andreia Hinton (1993-97).......................................................55

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

STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS

FREE THROWS

tHREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

records

Jane Dalton is the career assists leader at ASU.

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Season Player

1972-73 Alice Coffey 1973-74 Janice Markland 1974-75 Janet Gordon 1975-76 Carol Almond 1976-77 Madeline Frosch 1977-78 Donna Elrod 1978-79 Carol Almond 1979-80 Muriel Higginbotham 1980-81 Muriel Higginbotham 1981-82 Muriel Higginbotham 1982-83 Meana Cusimano 1983-84 Karen Robinson 1984-85 Valorie Whiteside 1985-86 Valorie Whiteside 1986-87 Valorie Whiteside 1987-88 Valorie Whiteside 1988-89 Beth Laney 1989-90 Glenda Cunningham 1990-91 Shannon Thomas 1991-92 Penny Roberson 1992-93 Angela Crosby 1993-94 Angela Crosby 1994-95 Andreia Hinton 1995-96 Andreia Hinton 1996-97 Merideth Thompson 1997-98 Beth Schoolfield 1998-99 Beth Schoolfield 1999-00 Natasha Lettsome 2000-01 Natasha Lettsome 2001-02 Joanie White 2002-03 Tiffani Johnson 2003-04 Aisha Bryant 2004-05 Kiki Conyers 2005-06 Danielle Edwards 2006-07 Whitney Tossie 2007-08 Whitney Tossie 2008-09 Brittany Mixon 2009-10 Ashlen Dewart

SCORING G

12 13 16 22 18 23 22 23 30 25 28 24 28 29 31 28 24 29 24 27 27 28 28 30 28 26 29 26 29 25 25 28 28 25 31 30 31 35

YEARLY LEADERS FG

50 38 71 133 123 152 135 106 208 184 132 118 279 282 306 286 185 248 180 179 221 208 164 179 165 157 172 140 194 105 151 124 128 94 189 151 159 212

FT Points

29 34 43 25 40 78 61 50 80 74 58 103 200 134 164 140 154 121 134 76 138 207 65 106 88 98 115 70 93 69 44 69 77 72 91 90 64 76

129 110 185 291 286 382 306 262 496 442 322 339 758 698 776 712 524 617 495 396 582 623 393 464 450 412 459 350 481 279 353 359 351 260 490 399 384 519

10.8 8.5 11.6 11.6 13.2 16.6 13.9 11.4 16.5 17.7 11.5 14.1 27.1 24.1 25.0 25.4 19.4 21.3 20.6 14.7 21.6 22.2 14.0 15.5 16.1 15.8 15.8 13.5 16.6 11.2 12.6 12.82 12.5 10.4 15.8 13.3 12.4 14.8

FIELD GOAL ACCURACY (MINIMUM 75 ATTEMPTS)

Season 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Player

Debbie Wynne Janice Markland Jayne Cox Carol Almond Madeline Frosch Madeline Frosch Carol Almond Angelita Horton Muriel Higginbotham Muriel Higginbotham Meana Cusimano Meana Cusimano Karen Robinson Jane Dalton Valorie Whiteside Beth Laney Beth Laney Glenda Cunningham Regina Ikard Regina Ikard Angela Crosby Angela Crosby Tiana Tate Melissa Davis Tiana Tate Beth Schoolfield Beth Schoolfield Natasha Lettsome Natasha Lettsome Joanie White Kiki Conyers Jessica Jank Whitney Tossie Eboni Kirby Shante Williams Whitney Tossie Brittany Mixon Ashlen Dewart

G

13 13 16 22 18 23 22 19 30 25 28 28 27 29 31 28 27 29 33 27 27 28 28 30 28 26 29 26 29 25 27 26 27 28 31 30 31 35

FG

32 38 48 133 123 140 135 103 208 184 132 115 210 102 306 128 185 248 118 145 221 208 83 132 101 157 172 140 194 105 92 63 70 106 38 151 159 212

FGA 75 81 108 255 233 288 248 195 365 367 304 261 392 191 532 211 337 494 228 249 347 336 146 259 206 312 306 279 342 215 196 123 144 211 75 322 350 400

Season Player

Avg.

Pct.

.427 .469 .440 .522 .528 .486 .544 .529 .568 .498 .434 .441 .536 .534 .575 .607 .549 .502 .518 .582 .637 .619 .568 .510 .490 .503 .562 .502 .567 .488 .496 .512 .486 .502 .507 .469 .454 .530

1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

REBOUNDING

G

Janice Markland Janice Markland Janet Gordon Madeline Frosch Madeline Frosch Madeline Frosch Muriel Higginbotham Muriel Higginbotham Muriel Higginbotham Muriel Higginbotham Meana Cusimano Meana Cusimano Valorie Whiteside Valorie Whiteside Valorie Whiteside Valorie Whiteside Shannon Thomas Glenda Cunningham Shannon Thomas Shannon Thomas Angela Crosby Angela Crosby Andreia Hinton Melissa Davis Andreia Hinton Jamie Gagliano Jamie Gagliano Natasha Lettsome Natasha Lettsome Joanie White Tiffani Johnson Jessica Jank Danielle Edwards Danielle Edwards Jaime Bennett Brittany Mixon Canesha Edwards Anna Freeman

13 13 16 22 18 23 21 23 30 25 28 28 28 29 31 28 27 29 24 20 27 28 28 30 28 25 29 26 29 25 28 26 28 25 31 30 31 35

Total

134 127 161 140 133 290 169 227 276 297 249 211 435 328 311 295 200 300 287 169 225 285 198 201 210 184 175 199 258 205 154 142 196 183 248 194 233 293

Avg. 10.3 9.8 10.1 6.3 7.4 12.6 8.0 9.9 9.2 11.9 8.9 7.5 15.5 11.3 10.0 10.5 7.4 10.3 12.0 8.5 8.3 10.2 7.1 6.7 7.5 7.4 6.0 7.7 8.9 8.2 5.5 5.5 7.0 7.3 8.0 6.5 7.5 8.4

FREE THROW ACCURACY (MINIMUM 25 ATTEMPTS)

Season Player

1972-73

97

1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Lynne Kearney Mimi Moore Linda Murphy Cheryl Brewer Carol Almond Carol Almond Carol Almond Nina Foust Betsy McLelland Betsy McLelland Carolyn Cameron Karen Robinson Jane Dalton Jane Dalton Beth Laney Jane Dalton Mitzi Yount Mitzi Yount Stacy Hitchcock Penny Roberson Shannon Spencer Penny Roberson Leigh Jones Karolina Karlqvist Melissa Davis Tiffany Chappell Lucia Borcinova Karma Edwards Lauren Romano Lindsay Smith Michelle Conklin Kiki Conyers Kiki Conyers Kiki Conyers Maria Grimes Whitney Tossie Brittney Spencer Sam Ramirez

G

13 13 16 22 20 23 22 22 28 23 28 24 28 29 31 28 27 24 30 27 27 28 28 27 28 25 29 28 29 29 28 28 28 28 31 30 31 35

FT

26 24 28 36 34 23 36 34 40 41 42 103 54 52 132 53 22 45 44 76 22 53 32 33 50 46 50 62 21 38 32 76 77 71 85 90 45 56

FTA

31 29 34 45 40 30 47 41 56 51 61 142 66 63 156 59 25 54 53 93 28 71 40 43 68 60 57 69 27 50 39 95 94 85 113 116 59 66

Pct. .839 .828 .824 .800 .850 .767 .766 .829 .714 .804 .689 .725 .818 .825 .846 .898 .890 .833 .830 .817 .786 .746 .800 .767 .735 .767 .847 .899 .778 .760 .821 .800 .819 .835 .752 .776 .763 .848


1,000 point club Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 Totals

28-28 29-28 31-28 28-28 116-112

279-562 282-539 306-532 286-598 1153-2231

.496 .523 .575 .478 .517

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 Totals

24-21 27-27 27-26 31-31 109-105

118-306 210-392 154-305 232-438 714-1441

.386 .536 .505 .530 .495

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 Totals

27-20 29-29 24-24 20-20 110-103

88-179 187-384 180-354 103-250 558-1166

.492 .487 .508 .412 .479

Season

GP 21 22 30 25 98

FG-FGA

118-239 101-220 208-364 184-367 611-1190

Pct.

.494 .459 .571 .498 .513

Season

1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 Totals

GP-GS

28-19 31-31 28-28 27-27 115-106

FG-FGA 48-104 119-231 128-211 185-337 480-883

Pct.

.471 .515 .607 .549 .544

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

VALORIE WHITESIDE (1984-88) 3FG-FGM — — — — —

Pct. — — — — —

200-338 134-267 164-301 140-297 638-1203

.592 .502 .545 .524 .530

Pts.

758 698 776 712 2,944

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Karen Robinson (1983-87) 3FG-FGM — — — — —

Pct. — — — — —

Shannon Thomas (1988-92) 3FG-FGM — — — — —

Pct. — — — — —

FT-FTA

Pct.

27.1 24.1 25.0 25.4 25.4

103-142 71-94 47-70 76-109 297-415

.725 .755 .671 .697 .716

Pts.

339 491 355 540 1,725

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Pts.

Avg.

64-111 108-189 134-181 72-116 379-597

.577 .571 .740 .621 .633

240 482 495 278 1,495

FT-FTA

Pct.

14.1 18.2 13.1 17.4 15.8

8.9 16.6 20.6 13.9 13.6

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Totals

Muriel HIgginbotham (1978-82)

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Totals

27-12 28-28 31-31 30-30 116-101

70-144 87-186 189-396 151-322 497-1048

.486 .468 .477 .469 .474

Season

GP-GS 19-1 28-27 30-30 28-13 105-71

FG-FGA

39-106 164-349 179-375 131-271 513-1101

Pct.

.368 .470 .477 .483 .466

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA 78-164 101-185 140-279 194-342 513-970

Pct.

.476 .546 .502 .567 .529

Season

GP-GS 33-29 27-27 11-10 28-27 99-93

FG-FGA

129-302 149-309 50-126 132-302 460-1039

Pct.

.427 .482 .397 .437 .443

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Totals

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 Totals

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 Totals

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 Totals

26-1 29-13 26-8 29-26 110-48

27-24 28-27 28-28 28-22 111-101

1,000 point club

92-196 112-262 128-295 95-223 427-976

3FG-FGM — — — — —

Pct. — — — — —

Beth Laney (1985-89) 3FG-FGM — — — — —

Pct. — — — — —

Whitney Tossie (2004-08) 3FG-FGM 4-20 13-41 21-71 7-31 45-163

Pct.

.200 .317 .296 .226 .276

Andreia Hinton (1993-97) 3FG-FGM 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

Pct.

— — — .000 .000

Natasha Lettsome (1997-2001)

.469 .427 .434 .426 .438

3FG-FGM 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. — — — — —

Penny Roberson (1990-94) 3FG-FGM 18-50 22-71 14-35 53-137 107-293

Pct.

.360 .310 .400 .387 .365

KIKI CONYERS (2002-06) 3FG-FGM 1-4 9-17 18-45 26-72 54-138

98

Pct.

.250 .529 .400 .361 .391

41-71 48-86 80-130 74-117 243-404

.577 .588 .615 .649 .601

Pts.

272 250 496 442 1,460

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

13.0 11.3 16.5 17.7 14.9

42-62 132-156 87-113 154-195 415-526

.677 .846 .761 .790 .789

Pts.

138 369 342 524 1,373

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

4.9 11.9 12.2 19.4 12.0

26-42 56-91 91-146 90-116 263-395

.619 .615 .623 .776 .666

Pts.

170 243 490 399 1,302

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

6.3 8.7 15.8 13.3 11.2

13-46 65-125 106-177 72-119 256-467

.283 .524 .599 .605 .548

Pts.

91 393 464 334 1,282

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

4.8 14.0 15.5 11.9 12.2

56-112 30-70 70-127 93-171 249-480

.500 .429 .661 .544 .518

Pts.

212 232 350 481 1,275

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

8.2 8.0 13.5 16.6 11.6

87-105 76-93 16-19 53-71 232-288

.829 .817 .842 .746 .806

Pts.

363 396 130 370 1,259

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Pts.

Avg.

79-99 76-95 77-94 71-85 303-373

.798 .800 .819 .835 .812

264 309 351 287 1,211

11.0 14.7 11.8 13.2 12.7

9.8 11.0 12.5 10.3 10.9


1,000 point club Season

1992-93 1993-94 Totals

GP-GS 27-27 28-28 55-55

FG-FGA 221-347 208-336 429-683

Pct.

.637 .619 .629

angela crosby (1992-94) 3FG-FGM 0-0 0-1 0-1

Pct.

— .000 .000

FT-FTA

138-198 207-279 345-477

Pct.

.697 .742 .723

Pts.

582 623 1,205

Avg. 21.6 22.2 21.9

GP-GS 29-8 27-2 28-11 28-19 112-40

63-221 91-261 104-261 124-321 382-1064

.285 .349 .398 .386 .359

Season

GP 22 20 23 22 87

FG-FGA

133-255 123-233 132-291 135-248 523-1027

Pct.

.520 ­— .537 — .454 — .544 — .509 —

Season

GP

FG-FGA 91-180 95-185 147-285 157-322 490-972

Pct.

.506 .529 .516 .488 .504

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA 69-196 96-241 80-247 103-293 348-977

Pct.

.352 .398 .324 .352 .357

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA 44-93 18-47 157-312 172-306 391-758

Pct.

.473 .383 .503 .562 .516

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA 7-18 118-228 145-249 135-273 405-768

Pct.

.389 .518 .582 .556 .527

Season

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 Totals

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

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Totals

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Totals

1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 Totals

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 Totals

2007-08 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

21 18 30 25 94

29-24 28-28 28-19 28-25 113-96

25-0 26-1 26-26 29-29 106-56

19-0 33-27 27-26 27-27 106-80

30-3 31-29 35-34 96-66

FG-FGA

Pct.

AISHA BRYANT (2000-04)

Season

99-240 129-330 159-390 387-960

.413 .391 .408 .403

26-65 88-192 132-259 107-261 353-777

.400 .458 .510 .410 .453

3FG-FGM 30-101 30-99 11-53 42-113 113-366

Pct.

.297 .303 .208 .372 .309

carol almond (1975-79) 3FG-FGM

Pct. — — — — —

ANGELITA HORTON (1978-82) 3FG-FGM — — — — —

Pct. — — — — —

lindsay smith (2001-05) 3FG-FGM 97-33 116-45 164-46 173-53 550-177

Pct.

.340 .388 .280 .306 .329

BETH SCHOOLFIELD (1995-99) 3FG-FGM 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-2

Pct.

— — .000 — .000

regina ikard (1989-93) 3FG-FGM — — — 0-1 0-1

Pct.

— — — .000 .000

sam ramirez (2007-pres.) 3FG-FGM

Pct.

41-124 41-145 77-203 159-472

.331 .283 .379 .337

8-20 20-72 45-98 32-102 105-292

.400 .278 .459 .314 .360

FT-FTA

69-98 78-102 77-95 69-88 293-383

Pct.

.704 .765 .811 .784 .765

Pts.

225 290 296 359 1,170

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

7.8 10.7 10.6 12.8 10.4

25-41 40-63 23-30 36-47 124-181

.610 .635 .767 .766 .685

Pts.

291 274 287 306 1,158

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

13.2 13.7 12.4 13.9 13.3

39-60 21-31 40-60 36-46 136-197

.615 .667 .667 .795 .690

Pts.

222 217 334 350 1,133

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

10.6 12.0 11.5 14.0 12.1

38-50 45-80 57-72 63-93 203-295

.760 .563 .792 .677 .698

Pts.

209 282 263 322 1,076

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

7.2 10.1 9.4 11.5 9.6

30-41 16-32 98-140 115-145 259-358

.732 .500 .700 .793 .724

Pts.

118 52 412 459 1,041

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

4.1 2.0 15.8 15.8 9.8

7-10 78-120 62-98 78-119 225-347

.700 .650 .633 .655 .648

Pts.

21 314 352 348 1,035

Avg.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Pts.

Avg.

11-17 30-40 56-66 97-123

.647 .750 .848 .789

250 329 451 1030

18-23 64-85 63-86 50-68 195-262

.783 .753 .733 .735 .744

78 260 372 296 1,006

1.1 9.5 13.0 13.0 9.8

8.3 10.6 12.9 10.7

MELISSA DAVIS (1993-97) Season GP-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGM Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.

1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Totals

25-4 28-9 30-30 28-26 111-69

99

3.1 9.3 12.4 10.6 9.1


appalachian all-time roster A

Jane Albright..............................................................1973-76 Fran Allen....................................................................1972-74 Pam Allen....................................................................1980-81 Carol Almond.............................................................1975-79 Jackie Anderson..............................................................1983 Maaret Artosalo*......................................................1993-95 Leslie Atalese....................................................................2004

B

Kim Ballard..................................................................1981-84 Lisa Barrett..................................................................1985-86 Crystal Barriner................................................................2004 Jamie Bennett............................................................2004-07 Terry Bensen.....................................................................1974 Dana Berry* .....................................................................1990 Donna Bishop............................................................1984-85 Janice Bjick..................................................................1975-76 Mamie Blevins.................................................................1976 Mary Ann Bolick........................................................1975-77 Lucia Borcinovav ...........................................................1998 Joanie Brackett..........................................................1985-88 Aisha Bryant...............................................................2001-04 Cheryl Brewer............................................................1975-76 Carrie Brill..........................................................................1997 LaTonya Brown..........................................................1993-94 Theresa Bundy.................................................................1975

C

Annette Cain* ...........................................................1988-89 Carolyn Cameron......................................................1981-83 Susan Cameron.........................................................1979-82 Uzzie Cannon* . ..............................................................1990 Eve Carmen.......................................................................1974 Carol Chamberlain...................................................1979-80 Tiffany Chappell* . ..................................................1996-99 Alice Coffey.................................................................1970-72 Jeanne Coker*...........................................................1990-91 Robin Colbert.............................................................2007-08 Tiffany Cole* . ......................................................1998-2002 Camille Coleman.......................................................2004-05 Michelle Conklin.......................................................2002-05 Kiki Conyers................................................................2002-06 Brenda Cooke..................................................................1975 Marla Cooper...................................................................1974 Carleena Costner......................................................2004-07 Jayn Cox.......................................................................1972-75 Debbie Crisp.....................................................................1974 Angela Crosby...........................................................1992-93 Paula Crowe................................................................1991-92 Rhett Culclasure........................................................1981-84 Courtney Cunningham..........................................2006-08 Glenda Cunningham* . ..........................................1988-89 Meano Cusimano.....................................................1981-84

D

Jane Dalton*...............................................................1984-87 Joy Davis............................................................................2003 Melissa Davis* . .........................................................1994-97 Patricia Denning.......................................................1984-85 Ashlen Dewart...................................2009-present Renea DeWeese..............................................................1972 Noel Dolan*................................................................1996-99

E

Danielle Edwards . ..................................................2003-06 Canesha Edwards...............................2008-present Karma Edwards* .....................................................1998-99 Laura Edwards .....................................................1997-2001 Donna Elrod...............................................................1976-77 Susan Ettenger................................................................1978 Ellen Evans..................................................................1970-71

F

Karen Fisher................................................................1976-78 Mary Jo Forde..................................................................1975 Nina Foust...................................................................1976-79 Anna Freeman....................................2009-present Courtney Freeman.............................2009-present Muriel Friday....................................................................1983 Madelyn Frosch.........................................................1975-77 Ashleigh Fuller...........................................................2000-02

all-time roster

G

Jamie Gagliano* ................................................1997-2000 Tonya Goins................................................................1991-93 Janet Gordon...................................................................1974 Sharonda Green* . .............................................1997-2000 Sharon Greeson..............................................................1974 Maria Grimes..............................................................2006-07 Rachel Griffin.........................................................1999-2000 Karen Gruca*..............................................................1989-90 Fran Gunning...................................................................1972

H

Haley Hackett.....................................2008-present laVonna Hailey...........................................................2005-06 Laura Hamm.....................................................................2003 Kay Hampton.............................................................1979-81 Glenda Hardy* ..........................................................1990-91 Eva Hegerova* . .......................................................1996-99 Katie Herman...................................................................2001 Frances Hernandez..................................................2007-09 Muriel Higginbotham.............................................1978-81 Kermetris Hill..............................................................2000-01 Allison Hiltz.................................................................1976-79 Andreia Hinton* . .....................................................1993-96 Stacy Hitchcock* ...........................................................1990 Angelita Horton........................................................1978-81 Susan Hotchkiss..............................................................1993

I

Regina Ikard*.............................................................1989-92 Lee Inman*.......................................................................1989

J

Jessica Jank.................................................................2002-05 Kim Johnson* ...........................................................1987-88 Tiffani Johnson..........................................................2000-03 Leigh Jones*...............................................................1993-96

K

Karolina Karlqvist* ..................................................1992-95 Greteya Kelley............................................................2005-06 Whitney Ketner.........................................................2005-07 Beth Kilby....................................................................1991-94 Lynn Kilby....................................................................1983-85 Eboni Kirby.................................................................2004-06 Carolyn Kitchens.......................................................2001-02 Neoma Konrad*........................................................1989-90

L

Taylor Lake..................................................................2007-09 Beth Laney*................................................................1985-88 Patti Lanier..................................................................1975-76 Evie Larrimore............................................................1976-79 Tonya Lemmon*........................................................1986-87 Natasha Lettsome* ...........................................1997-2000 Candie Loy..................................................................1976-79 Sheryl Lynch...............................................................1991-92

M

Wendi MacDan................................................................1991 Amy Mallette....................................................................1996 Janice Markland........................................................1978-79 Erica Mathies*............................................................1995-96 Allie Mauser................................................................2005-06 Aleea McCullough..........................................................2003 Tianna McEntire........................................................1978-79 Treva McLean...................................................................1981 Betsy McLelland........................................................1980-83 Madelyn Meadows...................................................1973-76 Charmene Means.....................................................2008-10 Sade’ Means................................................................2008-10 Karina Mill...................................................................2006-10 Vangie Mitchell*..............................................................1989 Brittany Mixon......................................................2005-2009 Mimi Moore................................................................1972-74 Valerie Morgan*........................................................1986-89 Sophie Morris.............................................................1983-84 Angie Mull...................................................................1978-81 Linda Murphy.............................................................1973-76

N

Rebecca Norris...........................................................2000-01

100

O

Rachel Olander...................................................1993-94, 97 Theresa Outland.............................................................1974

P

Kim Pearce..................................................................1991-92 Cathy Pemberton.....................................................1970-71 Pam Piestrak...............................................................1974-75 Cathy Probst.....................................................................1972

R

Sam Ramirez......................................2007-present Whitney Randolph...................................................2006-08 Kelly Reid*.........................................................................1988 Teresa Richardson...............................................1999-2002 LuAnn Ritchie.............................................................1978-80 Penny Roberson* . ...................................................1990-93 Karen Robinson* . ....................................................1983-86 Peggy Roda*...............................................................1986-88 Lauren Romano* ...............................................1998-2002 Debra Roper...............................................................1975-77 Shonta Rowe*..................................................................1995

S

Deirdre Sallee...................................................................1996 Beth Schoolfield*......................................................1995-98 Debbie Sexton...........................................................1972-75 Kelsey Sharkey...................................2009-present Gina Shuford..............................................................1975-78 Marcheta Sigmon* . ................................................1985-88 Cara Sims*...................................................................1995-96 Carol Sizemore................................................................1974 Susan Skeie.................................................................1980-83 April Smith..................................................................2005-07 Jimma Smith*............................................................1987-89 Lindsay Smith............................................................2002-05 Theresa Smith............................................................1979-81 Brittney Spencer.......................................................2007-09 Shannon Spencer* ..................................................1992-95 Tamara Stewart*.......................................................1995-96 Phyllis Sturdivant . .........................................................1974 Debbie Swicegood* ...............................................1985-88

T

Tiana Tate* .................................................................1994-96 GiGi Thomas...............................................................2006-08 Natalie Thomas..........................................................2003-06 Shannon Thomas* ..................................................1988-91 Merideth Thompson* ............................................1993-96 Shirazette Tinnin.............................................................1997 Whitney Tossie...........................................................2004-08

U

LuAnne Underhill.....................................................1983-85

W

Susan Warlick...................................................................1975 Sharon Weast...................................................................1979 Toni Webb...................................................................1983-85 Kristin Weber..............................................................1975-76 Chakeitha Weldon.............................2009-present Joanie White.....................................................................2001 Tiffany White....................................................................2001 Valorie Whiteside* . .................................................1984-88 Susan Wiggins.................................................................1994 Catherine Wiles...............................................................1975 Jaymi Wilson...............................................................2000-03 Catherine Williams.............................2008-present Lori Williams*...................................................................1989 Shante Williams.........................................................2003-07 Wendy Wilmont..............................................................1978 Jocelyn Wyatt.............................................................2004-06 Debbie Wynne...........................................................1971-73 Bold denotes current players * denotes member of SoCon championship teams This list is as complete as records allow. If any additions or corrections to this list can be verified, please contact ASU Sports Information.


appalachian RETIRED NUMBERS No. 22 Carol Almond (1975-79)

No. 33 Valorie Whiteside (1984-88)

Carol Almond came to Appalachian State University in 1975 and played four seasons under the direction of Dr. Judy Clarke. Over her historic career Almond became the first female collegiate student-athlete to score 1,000 points in the state of North Carolina. Almond finished her stay at Appalachian State University with 1,158 points. She was selected to the all-state (NCAIAW Division I) team all four seasons as a Mountaineer. Almond played for one season with St. Louis in the Women’s Basketball League. Among the many firsts to her credit, she was the first female at Appalachian to have her jersey retired. ASU women’s hoops standout Valorie Whiteside (see below) and volleyball player and coach Traci Blankenship have since joined Almond as the only Appalachian female student-athletes to receive the honor. In men’s athletics history at Appalachian, only one jersey joins the three women’s jerseys in the rafters. Football’s jersey No. 23, mostnotably worn by Appalachian standout and former NFL running back John Settle, has been retired. Almond was inducted into the ASU Athletics Hall of Fame on September 2, 1989.

retired numbers

Valorie Whiteside holds 42 Appalachian school records, including most career points (2,944), field goals made in a career (1,153) and rebounds in a career (1,369). In her Appalachian State-record 116 games, Whiteside averaged 25.4 points and 11.8 rebounds per game. She also holds the Appalachian records for most points in a game with 48 and rebounds in a game with 26. Whiteside earned all-Southern Conference honors all four years at Appalachian, all-tournament honors three times (1985, 87, 88) and was named the conference player of the year in 1988 and Tournament MVP in 1987 and 1988. She ranks eighth all-time in NCAA scoring history with 2,944 career points and seventh in career scoring average with 25.4 points per game. She also is sixth on the NCAA’s career 2,000 point/1,000 rebounds list, 17th on the NCAA’s career rebounds list with 1,369 and 25th in career rebounding average with 11.8. Whiteside was inducted into Appalachian’s athletics Hall of Fame on September 20, 2003.

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year-by-year results 1970-71 5-5

Elon Mars Hill Western Carolina Winthrop Western Carolina Winthrop Catawba High Point Chattanooga Western Carolina

1975-76 18-8 W, 55-19 L, 37-39 L, 39-46 L, 36-45 L, 34-50 W, 49-35 W, 61-27 W, 57-29 W, 59-53 L, 48-57

1971-72 7-5

Western Carolina High Point Catawba Elon Winthrop Mars Hill Winthrop Western Carolina UNC Greensboro Furman UNC Greensboro East Carolina

L, 37-40 W, 55-30 W, 55-31 W, 53-20 W, 54-32 W, 68-34 L, 45-46 L, 49-60 L, 46-50 W, 57-50 L, 35-52 W, 58-52

Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 17

H A A A A A H H A A A N A N H A H H H H H N N N N N

A H H A A A H N N N H H N

Western Carolina UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro Mars Hill Elon High Point UNC Greensboro East Tennessee State Chattanooga Western Carolina High Point Western Carolina Wake Forest

W, 37-29 W, 75-9 L, 57-61 W, 46-39 L, 44-55 W, 48-36 L, 44-49 W, 62-42 W, 64-55 L, 47-55 W, 40-29 W, 51-50 W, 58-52

1973-74 3-10 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 22

H A H H H H H A A H H N N

Western Carolina Winthrop Mars Hill Elon Winthrop UNC-Greensboro East Carolina Western Carolina UNC Greensboro South Carolina High Point Wake Forest North Carolina

L, 62-64 L, 51-63 W, 66-43 L, 59-61 L, 44-54 L, 52-53 L, 49-54 L, 55-59 W, 59-51 L, 55-76 L, 62-64 W, 61-59 L, 50-73

1974-75 6-10 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 22

H A H A A A H A H H N N H A A N

Virginia Tech Western Carolina South Carolina Elon High Point Mars Hill North Carolina East Tennessee State Wake Forest Elon College of Charleston Tennessee UNC Greensboro Western Carolina UNC Greensboro East Carolina

W, 72-35 L, 63-77 W, 80-24 W, 69-61 W, 86-73 W, 71-66 W, 73-55 L, 50-68 W, 68-54 W, 62-53 W, 76-46 W, 77-48 W, 64-53 W, 66-58 L, 51-75 W, 86-60 W, 71-64 W, 80-64 L, 60-80 L, 68-77 W, 75-66 W, 57-56 L, 56-76 W, 88-71 L, 65-91 L, 84-85

1976-77 14-9

1972-73 9-4 Jan. 16 Jan. 24 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 24 Mar. 2

Radford High Point Warren Wilson Virginia Tech Western Carolina Mars Hill South Park Winthrop UNC Greensboro East Tennessee Wake Forest East Tennessee Winthrop UNC-Greensboro Anderson Elon Western Carolina North Carolina NC State East Carolina UNC Greensboro Western Carolina NC State Tennessee East Kentucky Charleston

W, 59-43 L, 56-70 L, 53-55 W, 82-60 W, 60-50 L, 52-56 L, 50-57 W, 80-47 W, 69-62 L, 58-65 L, 77-79 L, 69-94 L, 70-76 W, 63-49 L, 67-74 L, 70-83

year-by-year results

Dec. 4 H Dec. 8 A Dec. 10 H H N N N Jan. 15 H Jan. 17 H Jan. 25 N Jan. 29 A A Feb. 3 H Feb. 9 A Feb. 12 A Feb. 18 N Feb. 19 N Feb. 19 N Feb. 19 N Feb. 25 N Feb. 26 A

Lenoir-Rhyne North Carolina State UNC Greensboro East Carolina East Carolina High Point Peace NC State High Point North Carolina East Carolina Mars Hill Western Carolina Elon East Tennessee UNC Greensboro Tennessee South Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina North Carolina NC State

W, 65-63 L, 58-98 W, 81-68 W, 98-73 W, 88-80 L, 71-95 W, 88-52 L, 46-78 L, 71-84 W, 76-70 W, 92-74 L, 69-72 W, 72-66 W, 87-76 L, 72-73 W, 66-54 L, 65-82 W, 48-32 W, 47-35 W, 61-58 W, 76-65 L, 63-71

1977-78 12-11 Dec. 2 H Dec. 3 A Dec. 5 A Dec. 9 A Dec. 17 A Jan. 16 A Jan. 21 H Jan. 23 H Jan. 26 A Jan. 28 H Jan. 31 A Feb. 4 H Feb. 8 H Feb. 10 N Feb. 11 N Feb. 16 A Feb. 20 H Feb. 23 A March 2 N March 3 N March 4 N

North Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne East Carolina NC State Clemson Charleston (W.Va.) Ohio Western Carolina East Carolina UNC Greensboro High Point Duke North Carolina NC State Mars Hill South Carolina East Carolina Duke Western Carolina UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro NC State North Carolina

W, 93-84 W, 69-63 L, 75-90 L, 73-93 L, 81-110 W, 81-71 W, 78-64 W, 71-68 L, 71-77 W, 83-74 L, 71-97 W, 87-60 L, 60-94 L, 48-72 W, 90-66 L, 59-81 L, 76-87 W, 75-68 W, 78-77 W, 84-75 W, 80-65 L, 57-99 L, 79-81

1978-79 11-15 North Carolina Lenior-Rhyne Western Carolina East Tennessee State Mars Hill NC State Pfeiffer UNC Greensboro East Carolina Western Carolina Wake Forest High Point Francis Marion Florida State College of Charleston NC State Duke Chattanooga East Tennessee Lenoir-Rhyne Longwood Francis Marion Anderson North Carolina Wake Forest East Carolina

1979-80 8-15 Virginia Tech North Carolina East Tennessee Lenoir-Rhyne Mars Hill NC State Western Carolina High Point Furman Milligan East Carolina High Point Pfeiffer Duke Chattanooga East Tennessee Lenoir-Rhyne Longwood Francis Marion North Carolina Anderson Wake Forest East Carolina

L, 55-78 L, 55-96 L, 79-91 L, 56-81 W, 67-57 L, 54-90 W, 88-83 L, 65-84 W, 89-66 W, 113-65 L, 53-70 W, 71-59 L, 70-92 L, 72-88 L, 71-88 L, 66-80 W, 83-60 W, 77-72 L, 60-97 L, 76-107 L, 72-81 W, 88-71 L, 57-81

1980-81 8-22 East Tennessee State NC State Elon UNC Charlotte Wake Forest Duke Lenoir-Rhyne UNC Greensboro Louisburg Tennessee Tech Clemson Georgia Chattanooga Marshall North Carolina Western Carolina East Tennessee State Mars Hill East Carolina Virginia Tech Louisburg Lenoir-Rhyne Furman Duke North Carolina High Point

L, 59-91 L, 61-104 L, 69-82 L, 68-86 W, 79-77 L, 71-90 L, 73-77 W, 75-56 L, 53-80 L, 67-112 L, 53-93 L, 60-82 L, 65-89 W, 61-59 L, 56-86 W, 75-74 L, 59-100 W, 104-82 L, 75-96 W, 64-58 L, 53-68 L, 64-70 W, 72-33 L, 46-69 L, 51-85 L, 45-93

L, 70-88 W, 84-77 L, 74-98 W, 78-62 W, 83-72 L, 59-104 W, 76-75 W, 91-49 L, 57-87 W, 88-75 W, 83-66 L, 75-84 L, 84-97 W, 89-83 L, 77-87 L, 79-90 W, 85-64 L, 82-94 L, 66-80 L, 60-83 W, 77-72 L, 60-97 L, 72-81 L, 76-107 W, 88-71 L, 57-81

Four opponents unknown (one win, three losses)

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year-by-year results 1981-82 7-18 Nov. 24 A North Carolina Nov. 29 A East Carolina Dec. 1 A East Tennessee State Dec. 2 A Clemson Dec. 12 A Lenoir-Rhyne Jan. 2 A NC State Jan. 3 A James Madison Jan. 6 A Virginia Tech Jan. 12 H NC State Jan. 14 A Tennessee Tech Jan. 15 H Chattanooga Jan. 18 H Wake Forest Jan. 20 A UNC Charlotte Jan. 22 N Tennessee^ Jan. 23 N East Tennessee State^ Jan. 27 H Western Carolina Jan. 29 H East Carolina Jan. 30 H Duke Feb. 3 H Lenoir-Rhyne Feb. 5 A Western Carolina Feb. 9 H North Carolina Feb. 15 H High Point Feb. 16 A Wake Forest Feb. 19 A Duke Feb. 22 H East Tennessee State ^ Huntington, W. Va.

L, 72-109 L, 58-61 L, 49-70 L, 71-94 L, 67-79 L, 59-103 L, 66-76 L, 57-64 L, 49-80 W, 110-60 W, 75-74 L, 78-87 W, 90-74 L, 80-81 W,62-61 L, 64-66 L, 45-76 L, 60-75 L, 65-71 W, 68-64 L, 70-94 W, 72-69 L, 68-82 L, 73-85 W,70-61

1982-83 2-26 Nov. 20 H North Carolina Nov. 23 H Milligan Nov. 29 A South Carolina Dec. 2 A Chattanooga Dec. 4 H NC State Dec. 10 A North Carolina Dec. 11 A East Carolina Dec. 30 N Cleveland State^ Dec. 31 N Georgia^ Jan. 2 N Eastern Kentucky^ Jan. 3 N Fairleigh Dickinson^ Jan. 15 A NC State H Virginia Tech Jan. 19 A Wake Forest Jan. 22 H Marshall Jan. 24 H James Madison Jan. 26 H UNC Charlotte Jan. 30 H East Carolina Feb. 2 H Western Carolina Feb. 5 H UNC Wilmington Feb. 9 H Wake Forest Feb. 10 H East Tennessee State Feb. 11 A Marshall Feb. 20 A Western Carolina Feb. 21 H Chattanooga Feb. 25 A Duke Feb. 26 A East Tennessee State March 3 A Marshall ^ Dial Classic, Miami, Fla.

L, 50-114 L, 64-85 L, 59-85 L, 57-86 L, 47-91 L, 50-103 L, 52-90 L, 67-112 L, 32-94 L, 65-83 L, 67-81 L, 47-95 L, 79-92 L, 73-81 W, 71-69 W, 73-64 L, 67-71 L, 55-68 L, 75-99 L, 78-82 L, 69-82 L, 46-67 L, 65-66 L, 73-84 L, 70-72 L, 51-89 L, 55-91 L, 54-82

1983-84 6-22 (0-8 SoCon — 5th) Nov. 21 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 7 Dec. 9 Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Jan. 6 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 27

H A H H A H A A A A A A H H H H A

Catawba Wake Forest North Carolina A&T South Carolina Longwood Western Carolina NC State East Carolina James Madison Virginia Tech Lenoir-Rhyne Marshall Chattanooga UNC Asheville East Carolina Coastal Carolina^ Francis Marion^

W, 77-61 L, 71-81 W, 76-51 L, 60-80 W, 68-55 L, 57-60 L, 65-79 L, 51-77 L, 52-68 L, 76-95 W, 68-55 L, 58-91 L, 77-86 L, 54-64 L, 51-63 W, 76-63 L, 60-78

Jan. 28 H USC-Spartanburg^ L, 61-67 Feb. 1 A East Tennessee State L, 63-74 Feb. 4 H Furman W, 74-52 Feb. 7 A UNC Charlotte L, 60-94 Feb. 9 A Catawba L, 75-76 Feb. 11 A Western Carolina L, 81-96 Feb. 13 H Marshall L, 60-82 Feb. 15 H East Tennessee State L, 54-76 Feb. 18 A Chattanooga L, 55-93 Feb. 22 H UNC Charlotte L, 50-66 Feb. 25 N Western Carolina! L, 66-75 ^ Foxy Lady Tournament, Florence, S.C. ! SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn. 1984-85 16-12 (5-5 SoCon — 3rd) Nov. 27 H Wake Forest L, 42-81 Nov. 29 H Lenoir-Rhyne W, 97-55 Dec. 1 H USC-Spartanburg W, 66-51 Dec. 3 A Western Carolina W, 81-54 Dec. 5 H N.C. State L, 75-84 Dec. 8 A UNC Wilmington W, 95-82 Dec. 10 H Catawba W, 101-57 Dec. 20 A Richmond W, 82-68 Dec. 21 A William & Mary W, 78-39 Jan. 9 A North Carolina A&T W, 80-55 Jan. 12 H Longwood W, 71-50 Jan. 14 H Marshall L, 67-80 Jan. 16 A UNC Asheville W, 69-64 Jan. 18 A Chattanooga L, 54-78 Jan. 21 A Furman W, 82-65 Jan. 23 H East Tennessee State W, 73-54 Jan. 26 A Marshall L, 88-89 Jan. 30 H Western Carolina W, 85-71 Feb. 1 A UNC Charlotte L, 71-74 Feb. 4 A Lenoir-Rhyne W, 88-56 Feb. 6 H Furman W, 91-58 Feb. 8 H Virginia Commonwealth L, 76-89 Feb. 15 H Virginia Tech L, 75-79 Feb. 17 H Chattanooga L, 81-89 Feb. 20 H UNC Charlotte L, 81-89 Feb. 23 H East Tennessee State L, 64-86 March 2 H Furman^ W, 86-68 March 8 N Marshall! L, 62-68 ^ SoCon Tournament First Round, Boone, N.C. ! SoCon Tournament Semifinals, Johnson City, Tenn. 1985-86 16-12 (5-5 SoCon — t-3rd) Nov. 23 A Wofford Nov. 25 H UNC Asheville Nov. 27 A NC State Dec. 4 H North Carolina A&T Dec. 7 A Virginia Commonwealth Dec. 8 A Longwood Dec. 10 H Richmond Dec. 18 A Wake Forest Jan. 2 N Pennsylvania^ Jan. 3 N Wake Forest^ Jan. 4 N Nicholls State^ Jan. 9 H Marshall Jan. 15 A Virginia Tech Jan. 20 H Furman Jan. 23 A Western Carolina Jan. 28 H UNC Charlotte Feb. 1 H Winthrop Feb. 3 A Marshall Feb. 6 A East Tennessee State Feb. 8 H Western Carolina Feb. 12 H Radford Feb. 15 A Winthrop Feb. 17 A Furman Feb. 20 H East Tennesse State Feb. 23 H Chattanooga Feb. 26 A UNC- Charlotte March 6 H Furman! March 7 H Chattanooga! ^ UCF Holiday Classic, Orlando, Fla. ! SoCon Tournament, Boone, N.C.

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W, 83-46 W, 92-53 L, 60-80 W, 78-45 W, 87-70 W, 83-50 W, 77-67 L, 62-69 W, 68-62 L, 72-78 W, 63-56 L, 66-75 L, 74-90 W, 92-70 W, 75-67 W, 69-63 L, 68-70 L, 55-76 W, 77-68 W, 78-59 L, 69-73 W, 85-73 W, 87-73 L, 81-100 L, 75-80 L, 59-65 W, 83-64 L, 79-86

1986-87 24-7 (9-1 SoCon — t-1st) SoCon REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS SoCon TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Nov. 28 A Tennessee Tech^ L, 56-59 Nov. 29 N Chattanooga^ W, 81-68 Dec. 1 N Arkansas State! W, 86-71 Dec. 2 A Murray State! W, 67-58 Dec. 6 A Duke L, 66-84 Dec. 8 H Elon W, 91-50 Dec. 11 H Mercer W, 69-64 Jan. 2 N McNeese State# W, 87-70 Jan. 3 N Oklahoma State# L, 64-84 Jan. 4 A Central Florida# W, 104-84 Jan. 8 H Wofford W, 97-57 Jan. 14 H Furman W, 79-56 Jan. 17 H Chattanooga W, 104-79 Jan. 19 H Western Carolina W, 72-50 Jan. 24 A USC-Spartanburg W, 100-87 Jan. 27 A East Tennessee State W, 83-69 Jan 31 A Marshall W, 66-64 Feb. 2 H Furman W, 90-76 Feb. 5 H UNC Asheville W, 96-63 Feb. 7 A Western Carolina W, 77-61 Feb. 11 A Radford W, 70-68 Feb. 14 H Marshall L, 59-64 Feb. 19 H East Tennessee State W, 93-76 Feb. 21 A Chattanooga W, 78-76 Feb. 25 H High Point W, 107-62 Feb. 28 A Winthrop W, 86-55 March 6 H Western Carolina W, 86-66 March 7 N Marshall% W, 68-65 March 19 N California$ L, 99-109 March 20 N Stephen F. Austin$ L, 80-81 March 21 N DePaul$ L, 82-88 ^ Tennessee Tech Classic, Cookeville, Tenn. ! Hawaiian Tropic Classic, Murray, Ky. # UCF Holiday Classic, Orlando, Fla. % SoCon Tournament, Cullowhee, N.C. $ Women’s NIT, Amarillo, Texas


year-by-year results

1987-88 24-4 (8-2 SoCon — t-1st) SoCon REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS SoCon TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Nov. 27 H Cheyney^ W, 105-62 Nov. 28 H Virginia Tech^ L, 71-79 Dec. 1 H Milligan W, 89-47 Dec. 8 H Radford W, 87-72 Dec. 16 A South Carolina W, 68-66 Dec. 19 A Campbell W, 84-75 Dec. 21 N Hofstra! W, 94-66 Dec. 22 A Virginia Commonwealth! L, 83-89 Dec. 30 N Holy Cross% W, 90-78 Dec. 31 N George Mason% W, 76-52 Jan. 2 N TCU% W, 76-69 Jan. 4 A Mercer W, 88-65 Jan. 9 H Charleston (WV) W, 97-42 Jan. 13 H Furman W, 88-73 Jan. 16 H Marshall W, 63-60 Jan. 20 H East Tennessee State W, 91-71 Jan. 23 A Chatanooga L, 63-67 Jan. 27 A Western Carolina W, 79-64 Jan. 30 A Winthrop W, 82-63 Feb. 3 A Furman L, 76-81 Feb. 10 A UNC Asheville W, 78-71 Feb. 13 H Western Carolina W, 76-59 Feb. 17 A East Tennessee State W, 83-71 Feb. 20 H Chattanooga W, 99-79 Feb. 24 H Winthrop W, 104-51 Feb. 28 A Marshall W, 77-73 March 11 N Furman& W, 104-77 March 12 A Marshall& W, 72-67 ^ Appalachian-Sheraton Classic, Boone, N.C. ! Seigel-Disco Sports Classic, Richmond, Va. % UCF Holiday Classic, Orlando, Fla. & SoCon Tournament, Huntington, W. Va.

year-by-year results

1988-89 19-8 (9-1 SoCon — t-1st) SoCon REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS Nov. 25 N Nov. 26 N Nov. 30 A Dec. 3 H Dec. 7 A Dec. 10 H Dec. 13 A Dec. 29 N Dec. 30 N Jan. 3 A Jan. 6 A Jan. 10 H Jan. 13 A Jan. 18 A Jan. 21 H Jan. 24 H Jan. 28 A Feb. 1 H Feb. 4 A Feb. 8 H Feb. 12 A Feb. 15 A Feb. 22 H Feb. 25 H Feb. 28 H March 4 A March 10 N

South Carolina State^ Stetson^ Old Dominion South Carolina Radford North Carolina A&T Georgia Tech North Carolina! Bucknell! Auburn Furman Campbell Virginia Commonwealth East Tennessee State Chattanooga Western Carolina Marshall Furman Liberty UNC Asheville Chattanooga Western Carolina East Tennessee State Marshall Liberty East Carolina Chattanooga%

W,99-52 W, 87-78 L, 65-85 L, 64-98 L, 59-70 W, 74-71 W, 83-59 L, 82-84 W, 98-88 L, 50-79 W, 84-66 W, 75-70 L, 60-71 W, 92-69 W, 82-68 W, 84-62 L, 72-79 W, 99-82 W, 91-82 W, 86-60 W, 85-80 W, 87-80 W, 72-60 W, 66-58 W, 96-52 W, 72-71 L, 71-73

^ Appalachian-Sheraton Classic, Boone, N.C. ! Lady Hatter Classic, DeLand, Fla. % SoCon Tournament, Johnson City, Tenn.

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1989-90 20-9 (7-3 SoCon — 2nd) SoCon TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Nov. 24 H Nov. 25 H Nov. 28 H Dec. 1 A Dec. 2 N Dec. 6 A Dec. 11 A Dec. 13 H Dec. 19 H Dec. 30 A Jan. 1 A Jan. 6 A Jan. 10 H Jan. 13 H Jan. 17 H Jan. 21 A Jan. 24 A Jan. 27 H Jan. 31 H Feb. 3 A Feb. 7 A Feb. 10 H Feb. 14 H Feb. 21 A Feb. 24 A Feb. 28 H March 9 N March 10 N March 14 A

Austin Peay^ Baylor^ Duke Houston! Southern! North Carolina A&T Eastern Kentucky Radford Howard Florida State Georgia Southern Campbell Virginia Commonwealth Furman East Tennessee State Chattanooga Western Carolina Marshall UNC Charlotte East Carolina Furman Chattanooga Western Carolina East Tennessee State Marshall East Carolina Chattanooga% Furman% Maryland#

W, 91-61 W, 83-63 L, 65-73 L, 70-106 W, 77-61 W, 66-54 L, 66-76 W, 68-53 W, 94-80 L, 62-77 W, 91-89 W, 69-58 W, 67-64 W, 56-53 W, 69-67 L, 79-82 W, 72-68 W, 85-59 W, 61-58 L, 71-76 L, 63-74 W, 88-78 W, 81-67 W, 81-70 L, 67-69 W, 75-67 W, 70-67 W, 94-90 L, 71-100

^ Appalachian-Sheraton Classic, Boone, N.C. ! Lady Cougar Invitational, Houston, Texas % SoCon Tournament, Johnson City, Tenn. # NCAA Tournament, College Park, Md.


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1990-91 19-14 (5-5 SoCon — 2nd) SoCon TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

Nov. 23 H Nov. 24 H Nov. 27 H Dec. 1 H Dec. 5 H Dec. 8 A Dec. 12 A Dec. 27 N Dec. 28 N Dec. 29 N Jan. 7 H Jan. 8 A Jan. 12 A Jan. 16 A Jan. 19 H Jan. 23 H Jan. 26 A Jan. 30 A Feb. 4 H Feb. 6 H Feb. 9 A Feb. 13 A Feb. 16 H Feb. 18 H Feb. 22 A Feb. 23 A Feb. 24 A Feb. 27 H March 1 H March 7 N March 8 N March 9 N March 13 A

Morgan State^ Mississippi^ Georgia Southern Campbell East Carolina Morehead State Radford Ohio! St. Francis (Pa.)! Rhode Island! Charleston Southern College of Charleston Furman East Tennessee State Chattanooga Western Carolina Marshall UNC Charlotte Virginia Commonwealth Furman Chattanooga Western Carolina Marshall Coastal Carolina New Mexico State# Louisville# Georgia State# East Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Furman$ UT-Chattanooga$ East Tennessee$ Florida State%

W, 76-63 L, 64-85 L, 85-92 L, 73-76 W, 76-69 L, 79-85 W, 93-80 L, 67-89 W, 85-74 L, 59-62 W, 92-55 W, 80-68 L, 83-100 W, 71-57 L, 56-89 W, 76-61 L, 56-58 L, 63-100 W, 72-69 W, 85-82 L, 67-80 W, 80-69 L, 46-59 W, 102-44 W, 92-89 L, 61-109 W, 80-66 W, 89-70 W, 86-72 W, 84-77 W, 89-87 W, 98-87 L, 57-96

1991-92 9-18 (5-5 SoCon — 4th) Nov. 23 H Nov. 26 H Nov. 29 N Nov. 30 A Dec. 4 A Dec. 7 A Dec. 20 A Dec. 21 N Jan. 4 A Jan. 6 A Jan. 8 A Jan. 13 H Jan. 15 H Jan. 18 A Jan. 23 A Jan. 25 H Jan. 27 H Jan. 29 H Feb. 5 H Feb. 8 H Feb. 10 H Feb. 12 H Feb. 14 H Feb. 19 A Feb. 22 A Feb. 28 A March 12 N

Morehead State Radford College of Charleston^ James Madison^ UNC Greensboro Clemson California# San Francisco# Campbell East Carolina Coastal Carolina Alabama East Tennessee State Chattanooga Western Carolina Marshall College of Charleston Charleston Southern Furman Chattanooga UNC Greensboro Western Carolina Georgia Tech East Tennessee State Marshall Furman East Tennessee State!

L, 74-90 W, 88-74 W, 82-54 L, 58-84 L, 74-90 L, 54-81 L, 69-105 L, 56-86 L, 66-72 L, 67-77 W, 86-72 L, 90-114 W, 88-78 L, 77-96 W, 76-66 W, 78-64 L, 71-83 W, 89-55 L, 88-98 L, 70-76 L, 81-82 W, 85-79 L, 73-95 W, 99-97 L, 67-79 L, 73-78 L, 74-96

^ James Madison/Nielson Tournament, Harrisonburg, Va. # Golden Bear Classic, Berkeley, Calif. ! SoCon Tournament, Johnson City, Tenn.

^ Appalachian-Sheraton Classic, Boone, N.C. ! La Salle Invitational, Philadelphia, Pa. # Alaska Tournament, Anchorage, Alaska $ SoCon Tournament , Johnson City, Tenn. % NCAA Tournament, Tallahassee, Fla.

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1992-93 10-17 (4-8 SoCon — t-5th) Dec. 1 N Dec. 4 N Dec. 5 N Dec. 15 H Dec. 18 A Dec. 20 A Dec. 28 N Dec. 29 N Dec. 30 N Jan. 2 H Jan. 4 A Jan. 12 A Jan. 16 A Jan. 20 H Jan. 23 A Jan. 24 A Jan. 30 H Jan. 31 H Feb. 8 A Feb. 10 H Feb. 13 H Feb. 20 H Feb. 21 H Feb. 27 A Feb. 28 A March 3 H March 11 N

UNC Asheville Evansville^ St. Peter’s^ Campbell Georgia Tech Duke Michigan% Miami (Fla.)% Florida International% UT-Martin Wake Forest East Tennessee State Marshall UNC-Greensboro Georgia Southern Chattanooga Furman Western Carolina Alabama East Tennessee State Marshall Georgia Southern Chattanooga Furman Western Carolina East Carolina Georgia Southern!

W, 100-49 L, 70-79 W, 72-64 W, 90-84 L, 72-110 L,76-79 W, 79-71 L, 63-80 L, 64-93 W, 94-76 L, 65-78 W, 77-75 L, 61-71 W, 91-61 L, 77-96 L, 77-84 L, 81-85 W, 88-80 L, 64-94 L, 91-94 W, 80-47 L, 64-72 L, 67-68 L, 73-92 W, 108-74 L, 87-89 L, 56-66

^ Lady Flames Classic, Lynchburg, Va. % Church’s Holiday Classic, Miami, Fla. ! SoCon Tournament, Johnson City, Tenn.


year-by-year results

1994-95 19-9 (9-5 SoCon — 4th)

1993-94 20-8 (10-3 SoCon — 2nd) Nov. 27 A Dec. 1 H Dec. 3 A Dec. 4 N Dec. 8 H Dec. 29 N Dec. 30 A Jan. 4 H Jan. 7 A Jan. 8 N Jan. 12 A Jan. 19 H Jan. 22 A Jan. 24 A Jan. 29 H Jan. 31 H Feb. 5 A Feb. 9 H Feb. 14 H Feb. 19 H Feb. 21 H Feb. 23 A Feb. 26 A Feb. 28 A March 4 A March 6 A Mar. 10 N Mar. 11 N

Radford Wake Forest Arizona State^ South Carolina^ Duke William and Mary% Virginia Tech% UNC Charlotte UNC Wilmington$ Georgia Southern$ Furman Western Carolina Marshall East Tennessee State Georgia Southern Chattanooga Western Carolina Furman Davidson Marshall East Tennessee State Davidson Georgia Southern Chattanooga UNC Wilmington East Carolina Western Carolina! Furman!

L, 83-85 W, 87-64 W, 83-73 W, 78-72 L, 66-79 W, 80-63 L, 76-77 L, 51-59 W, 65-54 W, 82-72 L, 70-73 W, 92-56 W, 67-60 L, 84-92 L, 85-88 W, 79-77 W, 83-59 W, 81-78 W, 87-38 W, 79-60 W, 93-70 W, 79-59 W, 79-74 W, 92-69 W, 78-64 W, 91-87 W, 77-57 L, 73-77

^ Dial Classic, Tempe, Ariz. % Diamond Club Classic, Blacksburg, Va. $ Comfort Inn Beach Blast, Wilmington, N.C. ! SoCon Tournament, Greenville, S.C.

year-by-year results

Nov. 26 N Nov. 27 N Nov. 30 A Dec. 10 H Dec. 20 A Dec. 29 N Dec. 30 N Dec. 31 N Jan. 6 H Jan. 9 A Jan. 14 H Jan. 16 H Jan. 18 A Jan. 21 H Jan. 23 H Jan. 28 A Jan. 30 A Feb. 4 H Feb. 7 A Feb. 11 A Feb. 13 A Feb. 15 H Feb. 18 A Feb. 20 A Feb. 25 H Feb. 27 H March 1 N March 4 N

Maryland-Baltimore Co.^ W, 76-43 Hofstra^ W, 66-54 UNC Greensboro W, 69‑53 UNC Wilmington W, 78-41 Winthrop W, 97-59 Texas A&M% L, 66-80 South Carolina% W, 70-64 Middle Tennessee State% L, 65-73 Montana State W, 69-63 Campbell W, 76-73 Furman L, 70-72 Davidson W, 79-63 Western Carolina W, 79-63 Marshall W, 109-56 East Tennessee State W, 71-67 Georgia Southern W, 75-68 Chattanooga W, 79-58 Western Carolina W, 96-74 South Carolina L, 79-98 Davidson W, 82-68 Furman L, 68-83 Radford W, 96-68 East Tennessee State L, 86-93 Marshall L, 59-71 Chattanooga W, 61-57 Georgia Southern L, 77-79 Marshall# W, 90-71 East Tennessee State! L, 69-79

^ Cornell Tournament, Ithaca, N.Y. % Central Florida Tournament, Orlando, Fla. # SoCon Tournament Quarterfinals, Boone, N.C. ! SoCon Tournament, Asheville, N.C.

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1995-96 24-6 (14-0 SoCon — 1st) SoCon REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS SoCon TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Nov. 24 N Florida^ L, 71-73 Nov. 25 N Wyoming^ W, 75-69 Dec. 2 H Campbell W, 96-78 Dec. 4 H Winthrop W, 89-53 Dec. 6 A Western Carolina W, 83-58 Dec. 9 A Clemson L, 73-89 Dec. 19 N Iowa L, 66-68 Dec. 20 N South Carolina State% W, 77-61 Dec. 21 N South Alabama% W, 85-68 Dec. 28 A East Carolina W, 65-61 Jan. 1 A Georgia Tech L, 68-95 Jan. 4 H UNC Greensboro W, 71-65 Jan. 13 A Furman W, 71-63 Jan. 16 A Davidson W, 76-57 Jan. 20 A Marshall W, 81-75 Jan. 24 A East Tennessee State W, 101-92 Jan. 27 H Georgia Southern W, 97-60 Jan. 29 H Chattanooga W, 88-49 Jan. 31 H South Carolina L, 77-78 Feb. 5 H Western Carolina W, 69-42 Feb. 10 H Davidson W, 86-64 Feb. 12 H Furman W, 96-64 Feb. 17 H East Tennessee State W, 83-73 Feb. 19 H Marshall W, 85-82 Feb. 22 A Georgia Southern W, 102-94 Feb. 24 A Chattanooga W, 68-64 Feb. 28 H East Tennessee State$ W, 92-75 March 2 N Davidson# W, 83-68 March 3 N Marshall# W, 77-75 March 15 A Alabama! L, 66-95 ^ Montana State Tournament, Bozeman, Mont. % Carolina Holiday Beach Classic, Conway, S.C. $ SoCon Tournament Quarterfinals, Boone, N.C. # SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. ! NCAA Tournament, Tuscaloosa, Ala.


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1996-97 16-12 (8-6 SoCon — 3rd) Nov. 15 A Nov. 23 H Nov. 26 H Dec. 3 H Dec. 6 N Dec. 7 A Dec. 16 A Dec. 21 N Dec. 22 N Jan. 2 A Jan. 4 A Jan. 8 H Jan. 11 H Jan. 13 H Jan. 15 A Jan. 18 H Jan. 20 H Jan. 25 A Jan. 27 A Feb. 1 H Feb. 8 A Feb. 10 A Feb. 15 A Feb. 17 A Feb. 20 H Feb. 22 H Feb. 26 N March 1 N

NC State^ East Carolina Wake Forest Georgia Tech Mississippi Valley State# Mississippi# Campbell UM-Kansas City% Northeast Louisiana% UNC Greensboro Western Carolina Virginia Tech Furman Davidson South Carolina Marshall East Tennessee State Georgia Southern Chattanooga Western Carolina Davidson Furman East Tennessee State Marshall Georgia Southern Chattanooga Chattanooga$ Marshall!

L, 50-79 W, 76-53 W, 66-60 L, 80-88 W, 73-41 L, 84-86 L, 59-75 W, 68-58 W, 52-47 W, 71-57 L, 70-72 W, 67-58 W, 94-59 L, 58-60 L, 63-76 W, 71-66 W, 92-61 W, 95-80 W, 81-67 W, 78-57 L, 84-88 L, 57-72 W, 79-65 W, 86-82 L, 78-83 L, 63-71 W, 80-62 L, 74-79

^ Preseason NIT, Raleigh, N.C. # Ole Miss Lady Rebel Classic, Oxford, Miss. % USF Holiday Classic, Tampa, Fla. $ SoCon Tournament Quarterfinals, Boone, N.C. ! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.

1997-98 9-17 (8-8 SoCon — 6th) Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 26 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 18 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan. 26 Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 27

H N N A A H A H N N A H A A A H H A A H H A H H A N

South Carolina Dartmounth^ Cornell^ Wake Forest Virginia Tech Wofford Radford Campbell Tulane% Richmond% Chattanooga Georgia Southern Furman UNC Greensboro East Tennessee Davidson Western Carolina Wofford Western Carolina Chattanooga UNC Greensboro Georgia Southern Furman East Tennessee Davidson Davidson!

L, 61-77 L, 60-85 W, 78-73 L, 68-70 L, 49-65 W, 59-56 L, 58-75 L, 59-66 L, 41-81 L, 68-94 W, 52-49 L, 68-76 L, 59-71 L, 52-62 L, 58-78 W, 75-69 W, 71-44 W, 73-64 W, 65-49 W, 63-55 W, 63-59 L, 67-85 L, 52-67 L, 49-56 L, 63-74 L, 63-79

^ SoCon/Ivy League Challenge, Chattanooga, Tenn. % Tulane Christmas Tournament, New Orleans, La. ! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.

1998-99 14-15 (7-10 SoCon — 6th) SoCon TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Nov. 15 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 13

H A N N H A H H A A H H A H H A A A H A A H A H H N N N A

Radford UNC Charlotte Washington State^ Cornell^ UNC Greensboro Western Carolina Virginia Tech UNC Asheville Campbell East Carolina Wofford Chattanooga Georgia Southern Furman East Tennessee State Davidson College of Charleston Wofford Western Carolina Chattanooga UNC Greensboro Georgia Southern Furman Davidson College of Charleston Georgia Southern# East Tennessee State# Davidson# Tennessee !

^ Howard Bank Classic, Burlington, Vt. # SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. ! NCAA Tournament, Knoxville, Tenn.

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W, 85-64 L, 66-78 L, 77-96 W, 83-82 L, 72-57 W, 68-56 L, 60-69 W, 71-55 W, 72-70 L, 70-85 W, 97-61 W, 78-65 L, 80-92 W, 64-59 L, 79-89 L, 66-81 L, 65-75 L, 67-79 L, 73-84 L, 69-81 W, 81-76 L, 75-86 W, 73-52 L, 69-78 W, 78-59 W, 86-82 W, 77-73 W, 78-69 L, 54-113


year-by-year results

1999-2000 13-15 (9-9 SoCon — 5th) Nov. 19 A Michigan State^ L, 63-100 Nov. 20 N St. John’s^ L, 63-69 Nov. 23 H UNC Charlotte W, 66-57 Nov. 30 A Virginia Tech L, 55-75 Dec. 4 A Radford W, 65-64 Dec. 6 A UNC Asheville W, 77-68 Dec. 8 H East Carolina L, 60-77 Dec. 20 H Campbell L, 63-83 Dec. 28 H Western Carolina L, 65-67 Dec. 31 A Chattanooga L, 67-73 Jan. 2 A Navy W, 83-74 Jan. 5 A UNC Greensboro W, 83-72 Jan. 8 H Georgia Southern W, 76-66 Jan. 11 A Furman L, 69-90 Jan. 15 A East Tennessee State L, 67-84 Jan. 18 H Davidson W, 73-66 Jan. 22 H Charleston W, 87-64 Jan. 24 H Wofford W, 70-60 Jan. 29 A Western Carolina W, 73-72 Jan. 31 H Chattanooga L, 72-92 Feb. 5 H UNC Greensboro L, 71-77 Feb. 8 A Georgia Southern L, 69-97 Feb. 12 H Furman W, 65-63 Feb. 14 H East Tennessee State L, 80-85 Feb. 19 A Davidson L, 67-68 Feb. 21 A Charleston W, 73-54 Feb. 26 A Wofford W, 67-59 March 2 N UNC Greensboro# L, 75-92 ^ Felspausch/MSU Classic, East Lansing, Mich. # SoCon Tournament, Greenville, S.C.

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2000-01 6-23 (3-15 SoCon — 10th) Nov. 19 H Wake Forest Nov. 22 H Radford Nov. 25 A East Carolina Nov. 28 H UNC Asheville Nov. 30 H UNC Greensboro Dec. 3 H Navy Dec. 6 A Charlotte Dec. 15 A Campbell Dec. 19 H Chattanooga Dec. 21 N Central Florida^ Dec. 22 N UNC Greensboro^ Jan. 2 A Georgia Southern Jan. 6 H Furman Jan. 8 H East Tennessee State Jan. 13 A Davidson Jan. 15 A College of Charleston Jan. 20 A Wofford Jan. 23 H Western Carolina Jan. 27 A Chattanooga Jan. 30 A UNC Greensboro Feb. 3 H Georgia Southern Feb. 6 A Furman Feb. 10 A East Tennessee State Feb. 13 H Davidson Feb. 17 H College of Charleston Feb. 20 H Wofford Feb. 24 A Western Carolina March 1 N College of Charleston# March 2 N Georgia Southern# ^ UCF Holiday Classic, Orlando, Fla. # SoCon Tournament, Greenville, S.C.

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L, 60-83 W, 82-74 L, 65-72 L, 67-69 L, 51-75 W, 97-78 L, 58-71 L, 65-78 L, 66-95 L, 83-89 L, 77-86 L, 66-90 L, 51-74 L, 78-101 L, 63-71 W, 84-70 L, 67-85 W, 79-72 L, 47-89 L, 60-88 L, 70-82 L, 61-74 L, 74-81 L, 62-80 W, 76-68 L, 49-73 L, 74-80 W, 69-55 L, 72-76

2001-02 10-19 (5-13 SoCon — 9th) Nov. 16 A UNC Asheville W, 81-48 Nov. 19 A Wake Forest L, 66-70 Nov. 21 A Navy L, 71-72 Nov. 26 A Radford L, 71-73 Nov. 28 H East Carolina W, 65-55 Dec. 1 N Alcorn State^ W, 61-50 Dec. 2 A Southern Miss ^ L, 48-61 Dec. 4 H Charlotte L, 61-65 Dec. 17 H Campbell W, 86-65 Dec. 19 A UNC Greensboro L, 51-79 Dec. 29 H Georgia Southern L, 75-91 Jan. 5 A East Tennessee State W, 87-79 Jan. 8 H Davidson W, 72-58 Jan. 12 H College of Charleston L, 73-83 Jan. 15 H Wofford L, 73-96 Jan. 17 A Furman L, 51-71 Jan. 19 A Western Carolina L, 65-68 Jan. 21 H Chattanooga L, 68-86 Jan. 26 H UNC Greensboro L, 66-83 Jan. 28 A Georgia Southern L, 61-82 Feb. 2 H Furman W, 82-78 Feb. 4 H East Tennessee State W, 77-74 Feb. 9 A Davidson W, 89-87 Feb. 11 A College of Charleston L, 52-80 Feb. 16 A Wofford L, 83-93 Feb. 19 H Western Carolina L, 61-69 Feb. 23 A Chattanooga L, 65-85 Feb. 28 N Davidsons W, 64-63 March 1 N Chattanooga# L, 61-84 ^ Southern Miss Tournament, Hattiesburg, Miss. # SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.


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2002-03 9-19 (8-10 SoCon — t-6th)

2003-04 7-21 (6-14 SoCon — 9th)

2004-05 11-17 (8-12 SoCon — 9th)

Nov. 22 A Campbell L, 56-64 Nov. 25 H UNC Asheville W, 68-35 Nov. 27 A Charlotte L, 56-70 Dec. 1 A Wake Forest L, 59-88 Dec. 5 A North Carolina L, 44-80 Dec. 8 A Georgia Southern L, 64-71 Dec. 18 A Auburn L, 58-83 Dec. 21 A Georgia State L, 68-88 Dec. 29 A South Alabama^ L, 74-83 Dec. 30 N Colgate^ L, 53-64 Jan. 4 H Furman L, 69-71 Jan. 8 H East Tennessee State W, 79-76 Jan. 11 A Wofford W, 73-59 Jan. 13 H College of Charleston W, 80-69 Jan. 18 A Davidson W, 78-75 (2OT) Jan. 21 H Western Carolina L, 63-65 Jan. 25 A Chattanooga L, 48-70 Jan. 28 A UNC Greensboro L, 62-75 Feb. 1 H Georgia Southern L, 67-77 Feb. 3 A Furman W, 73-63 Feb. 8 A East Tennessee State W, 76-65 Feb. 11 H Davidson W, 63-53 Feb. 15 A College of Charleston L, 60-65 Feb. 18 H Wofford W, 84-65 Feb. 21 H Chattanooga L, 73-87 Feb. 25 A Western Carolina L, 65-73 March 1 H UNC Greensboro L, 78-85 March 6 N Georgia Southern# L, 71-82 (OT) ^ Coca-Cola Classic, Mobile, Ala. # SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

Nov. 24 A South Carolina L, 66-82 Nov. 28 A Florida International ^ L, 53-72 Nov. 29 N St. Joseph’s ^ L, 65-77 Dec. 3 H High Point W, 86-63 Dec. 6 A Georgia Southern L, 53-68 Dec. 8 A College of Charleston L, 59-75 Dec. 18 A UNC Asheville L, 61-70 Dec. 20 H Elon L, 75-79 Dec. 22 A UNC Greensboro L, 66-79 Dec. 31 A N.C. State L, 42-82 Jan. 3 H Coastal Carolina L, 80-83 Jan. 6 H Davidson W, 81-80 Jan. 10 H Furman L, 66-77 Jan. 13 H Wofford W, 78-66 Jan. 17 A East Tennessee State L, 64-65 Jan. 19 H Chattanooga L, 60-67 Jan. 24 A Elon L, 68-75 Jan. 29 H UNC Greensboro W, 73-68 Feb. 3 A Davidson L, 50-69 Feb. 7 A Furman L, 62-74 Feb. 9 A Wofford W, 65-48 Feb. 11 H Western Carolina L, 65-80 Feb. 14 H East Tennessee State L, 69-74 Feb. 16 A Chattanooga L, 64-71 Feb. 21 H College of Charleston W, 88-69 Feb. 25 H Georgia Southern L, 62-64 Feb. 28 A Western Carolina W, 72-64 Mar. 3 N Georgia Southern# L, 58-65 ^ FIU/Herald Thanksgiving Classic, Miami, Fla. # SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

Nov. 19 H Maryland L, 74-94 Nov. 21 A Clemson W, 67-62 Nov. 26 N Miami University^ L, 62-80 Nov. 27 N Eastern Kentucky^ L, 64-69 Nov. 30 H Elon W, 76-50 Dec. 2 A Coastal Carolina W, 67-65 Dec. 6 A Western Carolina W, 71-68 Dec. 16 H Campbell W, 65-45 Dec. 18 H UNC Greensboro W, 69-41 Dec. 21 H Georgia Southern L, 64-68 Jan. 2 A High Point L, 61-63 Jan. 4 A Davidson L, 54-68 Jan. 8 H Furman L, 47-63 Jan. 10 A Wofford W, 66-45 Jan. 15 H East Tennessee State W, 51-47 Jan. 17 A Chattanooga L, 48-70 Jan. 22 A Elon W, 52-35 Jan. 25 A UNC Greensboro L, 41-55 Jan. 27 H College of Charleston W, 80-52 Feb. 1 H Davidson L, 51-59 Feb. 5 A Furman L, 68-73 Feb. 7 H Wofford L, 68-76 Feb. 12 A East Tennessee State L, 69-74 Feb. 14 H Chattanooga L, 58-75 Feb. 19 A College of Charleston L, 67-72 (OT) Feb. 21 A Georgia Southern L, 52-56 Feb. 24 H Western Carolina W, 96-78 Mar. 2 N East Tennessee State# L, 64-74 (OT) ^ Seminole Classic, Tallahassee, Fla. # SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

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2006-07 13-18 (6-12 SoCon — 7th)

2005-06 15-13 (11-7 SoCon — 4th) Nov. 19 Nov. 23 Nov. 27 Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 6 Dec. 15 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Mar. 3

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Charlotte L, 58-84 Winthrop W, 64-47 Georgia Tech L, 45-68 Maryland L, 59-118 Georgetown L, 44-59 Winston-Salem State W, 64-51 College of Charleston* W, 76-62 Elon* W, 66-63 (OT) East Tennessee State W, 85-73 IPFW% L, 64-74 Nicholls State% W, 76-54 Furman* L, 60-67 Chattanooga* L, 38-69 Western Carolina* L, 76-86 UNC Greensboro* L, 71-85 Wofford* W, 80-65 Georgia Southern* W, 78-75 Davidson* W, 84-69 College of Charleston* L, 57-65 Furman* W, 58-44 Chattanooga* L, 66-87 Western Carolina* L, 65-82 UNC Greensboro* W, 85-84 Wofford* W, 75-56 Georgia Southern* W, 78-73 Davidson* W, 74-68 Elon* W, 61-53 Western Carolina^ L, 60-71

* Southern Conference game % Cyclone Classic (Ames, Iowa) ^ SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 16 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Jan. 2 Jan. 6 Jan. 8 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Feb. 28

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Central Florida W, 64-44 Georgia Tech L, 53-79 Alabama A&M W, 86-64 East Tennessee State L, 87-104 Georgetown L, 74-81 (OT) Winthrop W, 84-61 Richmond% L, 62-63 New Orleans% W, 85-70 Winston-Salem State W, 66-52 Elon* W, 63-52 Radford L, 56-68 Virginia Commonwealth W, 79-68 College of Charleston* L, 65-73 Furman* W, 72-62 Chattanooga* L, 74-84 Western Carolina* L, 60-71 UNC Greensboro* L, 61-68 Wofford* L, 65-69 Georgia Southern* W, 85-68 Davidson* L, 62-75 College of Charleston* W, 69-47 Furman* W, 69-60 Chattanooga* L, 58-76 Western Carolina* L, 68-77 UNC Greensboro* L, 62-81 Wofford* L, 52-63 Georgia Southern* L, 61-68 Davidson* L, 64-68 Elon* W, 63-61 Elon^ W, 64-50 Chattanooga^ L, 60-84

* Southern Conference game % Lady Privateer Classic (New Orleans, La.) ^ Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

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2007-08 8-22 (5-13 SoCon — 7th) Nov. 13 A Nov. 16 H Nov. 20 A Nov. 25 A Nov. 28 H Dec. 3 H Dec. 14 A Dec. 16 A Dec. 19 A Dec. 20 N Dec. 28 A Dec. 30 N Jan. 5 H Jan. 7 H Jan. 12 A Jan. 16 H Jan. 19 A Jan. 21 A Jan. 26 H Jan. 28 H Feb. 2 A Feb. 4 A Feb. 9 H Feb. 13 A Feb. 16 H Feb. 19 H Feb. 25 A Feb. 28 H Mar. 1 H Mar. 6 N

at No. 25 N.C. State L, 82-69 N.C. Central W, 91-62 at Gardner-Webb L, 67-65 at VCU L, 72-53 East Carolina L, 75-69 Radford L, 65-45 at College of Charleston* L, 81-49 at Georgia Southern* L, 72-58 at UCF% W, 87-81 vs. LaSalle% L, 66-62 at San Diego# L, 79-60 vs. No. 13 DePaul# L, 111-64 Chattanooga* L, 68-55 Western Carolina* L, 87-63 at Davidson* L, 80-65 East Tennessee State W, 73-70 at Elon* W, 58-56 OT at UNC Greensboro* L, 56-54 Furman* L, 73-63 Wofford* W, 92-79 at Chattanooga* L, 71-55 at Western Carolina* L, 78-57 Davidson* L, 67-66 at Furman* W, 60-55 Elon* L, 72-52 UNC Greensboro* W, 58-53 at Wofford* W, 74-69 College of Charleston* L, 72-63 Georgia Southern* L, 79-63 vs. No. 9 UNCG^ L, 62-44

* Southern Conference Game % UCF Holiday Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Maggie Dixon Surf N’ Slam (San Diego, Calif.) ^ Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)


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2008-09 9-22 (7-13 SoCon — 8th) Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 26 Dec. 1 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 20 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 6 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 24 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 28 Mar. 5 Mar. 6

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Marshall L, 67-65 at East Carolina L, 80-75 at Wake Forest L, 68-35 Alabama A&M W, 65-52 at East Tennessee State L, 72-68 at Georgia Southern* L, 69-53 Davidson* L, 95-75 at Wichita State L, 63-46 at Furman* L, 75-66 at Georgetown L, 63-46 at George Mason L, 65-57 Western Carolina* L, 92-55 at Elon* W, 63-59 College of Charleston* L, 64-53 UNC Greensboro* W, 73-68 at Samford* L, 87-51 at Chattanooga* L, 72-43 at Davidson* W, 77-57 Gardner-Webb L, 77-62 Furman* W, 77-64 at Wofford* W, 65-60 at Western Carolina* L, 75-50 Elon* L, 73-55 Wofford* W, 72-68 Samford* L, 59-47 Chattanooga* L, 71-47 at College of Charleston* L, 57-55 at UNC Greensboro* L, 74-60 Georgia Southern* W, 68-59 Furman^ W, 63-60 Chattanooga^ L, 86-53

* Southern Conference Game ^ Southern Conference Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

2009-10 23-12 (14-6 SoCon — t-2nd) Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 7 Dec. 17 Dec. 21 Dec. 23 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 18 Mar. 21 Mar. 25 Mar. 28

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Marshall W, 63-58 Charlotte L, 74-57 Gardner-Webb L, 70-58 No. 20 Pittsburgh! L, 63-56 Miami (Ohio)! W, 79-76 Georgia Southern* L, 73-68 Davidson* W, 68-59 East Tennessee State W, 92-87 Furman* L, 73-56 Bowling Green L, 89-68 George Mason W, 74-54 Elon* W, 85-66 Western Carolina* W, 53-52 Richmond L, 78-56 Chattanooga* L, 60-53 Samford* L, 71-65 UNC Greensboro* W, 72-57 College of Charleston* W, 66-63 OT Davidson* W, 72-61 Wofford* W, 62-54 Furman* W, 58-53 Elon* W, 73-54 Western Carolina* W, 73-59 Chattanooga* L, 59-56 Samford* W, 66-55 UNC Greensboro* W, 67-49 College of Charleston* W, 70-54 Wofford* W, 76-62 Georgia Southern* L, 77-73 Furman^ W, 71-53 Samford^ L, 66-53 Charleston Southern# W, 62-47 Fairfield# W, 59-36 College of Charleston# W, 77-58 Memphis# W, 79-71

! Pittsburgh Thanksgiving Tournament * Southern Conference Game ^ Southern Conference Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) # Women’s Basketball Invitational

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regular season tournaments North Carolina State Tournament Raleigh, N.C. (N.C. State) 1973-74 Second Place Won 61-59 .............................Wake Forest Lost 73-50 .............................North Carolina North Carolina Tournament Chapel Hill, N.C. (North Carolina) 1976-77 Fourth Place Won 88-80 .............................East Carolina Lost 95-71 .............................High Point Won 87-52 .............................Peace North Carolina State Tournament Raleigh, N.C. (N.C. State) 1976-77 Champion Won 76-65 .............................North Carolina Dial Classic Miami, Fla. (UNIVERSITY OF Miami) 1982-83 Seventh Place Lost 112-67 .............................Cleveland State Lost 94-32 .............................Georgia Lost 83-65 .............................Eastern Kentucky Won 37-35 .............................Fairleigh Dickinson Foxy Lady Tournament Florence, S.C. (Francis Marion) 1983-84 Fourth Place Won 76-63 .............................Coastal Carolina Lost 78-60 .............................Francis Marion Lost 67-61 .............................South Carolina UCF Holiday Classic Orlando, Fla. (Central Florida) 1985-86 Third Place Won 68-62 .............................Pennsylvania Lost 78-72 .............................Wake Forest Won 63-56 .............................Nicholls State Tennessee Tech Classic Cookeville, Tenn. (TennESSEE TECH) 1986-87 Third Place Lost 59-56 .............................Tennessee Tech Won 81-68 .............................UT-Chattanooga Hawaiian-Tropic Classic Murray, Ky. (Murray State) 1986-87 Champion Won 86-71 .............................Arkansas State Won 67-58 .............................Murray State UCF Holiday Classic Orlando, Fla. (Central Florida) 1986-87 Third Place Won 87-84 .............................McNeese State Lost 84-64 .............................Oklahoma State Won 104-84 .............................Central Florida

Won 77-61

.............................Southern

La SALLE Invitational Philadelphia, Pa. (LaSALLE) ­­­­ 1990-91 Sixth Place Lost 89-67 .............................Ohio Won 85-74 .............................St. Francis Lost 62-59 .............................Rhode Island

SoCon/Ivy League Challenge Chattanooga, Tenn. (CHATTANOOGA) 1997-98 Lost 60-85 .............................Dartmouth Won 78-73 .............................Cornell

Northern Lights Invitational Anchorage, Alaska (Alaska-Anchorage) 1990-91 Third Place Won 92-89 .............................New Mexico State Lost 109-61 .............................Louisville Won 80-66 .............................Georgia State James Madison/Neilson Tournament Harrisonburg, Va. (James Madison) 1991-92 Second Place Won 82-54 .............................College of Charleston Lost 84-58 .............................James Madison Golden Bear Classic Berkeley, Calif. (California) 1991-92 Fourth Place Lost 105-69 .............................California Lost 86-56 .............................San Francisco Lady Flames Classic Lynchburg, Va. (Liberty) 1992-93 Third Place Lost 79-70 .............................Evansville Won 72-64 .............................St. Peters Church’s Holiday Classic Miami, Fla. (UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI) 1992-93 Fourth Place Won 79-71 .............................Michigan Lost 80-63 .............................Miami (FL) Lost 93-64 .............................Florida International Dial Classic Tempe, ARIZ. (Arizona State) 1993-94 Champion Won 83-73 .............................Arizona State Won 78-72 .............................South Carolina Diamond Club Classic Blacksburg, Va. (Virginia Tech) 1993-94 Second Place Won 80-63 .............................William and Mary Lost 77-76 .............................Virginia Tech UNCW-Comfort Inn Beach Blast Wilmington, N.C. (UNC Wilmington) 1993-94 Champion........ Won 65-54 .............................UNC- Wilmington Won 82-72 .............................Georgia Southern

Seigel Disco Sports Holiday Classic Richmond, Va. (Virginia Commonwealth) 1987-88 Second Place Won 94-66 .............................Hofstra Lost 89-83 .............................Virginia Commonwealth

Cornell Invitational Tournament Ithaca, N.Y. (Cornell) 1994-95 Champion Won 76-43 .............................Maryland-Baltimore Cty. Won 66-54 .............................Hofstra

UCF Holiday Classic Orlando, Fla. (Central Florida) 1987-88 Champion Won 90-78 .............................Holy Cross Won 76-52 .............................George Mason Won 76-69 .............................TCU

UCF Holiday Classic Orlando, Fla. (Central Florida) 1994-95 Sixth Place Lost 66-80 .............................Texas A&M Won 70-64 .............................South Carolina Lost 65-73 .............................Middle Tennessee State

Appalachian-Sheraton Classic Boone, N.C. (Appalachian STATE) 1988-89 Champion Won 99-52 .............................South Carolina State Won 87-78 .............................Stetson

Montana State Tournament Bozeman, Mont. (Montana State) 1995-96 Third Place Lost 73-71 .............................Florida Won 75-60 .............................Wyoming

Lady Hatter Classic DeLAND, Fla. (Stetson) 1988-89 Third Place Lost 84-82 .............................North Carolina Won 98-88 .............................Bucknell

Carolina Holiday Beach Classic Conway, S.C. (South Carolina) 1995-96 Third Lost 68-61 .............................Iowa Won 85-68 .............................South Alabama Won 77-61 .............................South Carolina State

Lady Cougar Invitational Houston, TEXAS (Houston) 1989-90 Third Place Lost 106-70 .............................Houston

.............................Mississippi

USF Holiday Classic Tampa, Fla. (South Florida) 1996-97 Champion Won 68-58 .............................Missouri-Kansas City Won 52-47 .............................NE Louisiana

Appalachian-Sheraton Classic Boone, N.C. (Appalachian STATE) 1987-88 Second Place Won 105-62 .............................Cheyney Lost 79-71 .............................Virginia Tech

Appalachian-Sheraton Classic Boone, N.C. (Appalachian STATE) 1989-90 Champion Won 91-61 .............................Austin Peay State Won 83-63 .............................Baylor

Loss 84-86

Appalachian-Sheraton Classic Boone, N.C. (Appalachian STATE) 1990-91 Second Place Won 76-63 .............................Morgan State Lost 85-64 .............................Mississippi

Preseason NIT Raleigh, N.C. (N.C. State) 1996-97 Lost 68-61 .............................North Carolina State Ole Miss Lady Rebel Classic Oxford, Miss. (Mississippi) 1996-97 Second Place Won 73-41 .............................Mississippi Valley State

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Tulane Classic New Orleans, La. (Tulane) 1997-98 Fourth Place Lost 41-81 .............................Tulane Lost 68-94 .............................Richmond Howard Bank Classic Burlington, Vt. (Vermont) 1998-99 Third Place Lost, 77-96 .............................Washington State Won, 83-82 .............................Cornell Felspauch/MSU Classic East Lansing, Mich. (MICHIGAN STATE) 1999-00 Fourth Place Lost, 100-63 .............................Michigan State Lost, 68-63 .............................St. John’s UCF Holiday Classic Orlando, Fla. (CENTRAL FLORIDA) 2000-01 Fourth Place Lost, 83-89 .............................Central Florida Lost, 77-86 .............................UNC Greensboro Southern Miss Tournament Hattiesburg, Miss. (Southern Miss) 2001-02 Third Place ...... Won, 61-50 .............................Alcorn State Lost, 48-61 .............................Southern Mississippi COCA-COLA CLASSIC MOBILE, ALA. (SOUTH ALABAMA) 2002-03 Fourth Place Lost, 74-83 .............................South Alabama Lost, 53-64 .............................Colgate FIU/HERALD THANKSGIVING CLASSIC MIAMI, FLA. (FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL) 2003-04 Fourth Place Lost, 53-72 .............................Florida International Lost, 65-77 .............................St. Joseph’s SEMINOLE CLASSIC TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (FLORIDA STATE) 2004-05 Fourth Place Lost, 62-80 .............................Miami University Lost, 64-69 .............................Eastern Kentucky CyClone Classic Ames, Iowa (Iowa STATE) 2005-06 Third Place Lost, 64-74 .............................IPFW Won, 76-54 .............................Nicholls State Lady privateer classic new orleans, la. (new orleans) 2006-07 Third Place Lost, 62-63 .............................Richmons Won, 85-70 .............................New Orleans UCF HOLIDAY CLASSIC ORLANDO, FLA. (CENTRAL FLORIDA) 2007-08 Won, 87-81 .............................Central Florida Lost, 62-66 .............................La Salle MAGGIE DIXON SURF N’ SLAM SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (SAN DIEGO) 2007-08 Fourth Place Lost, 60-79 .............................San Diego Lost, 64-111 .............................DePaul PITTSBURGH THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT PITTSBURGH, PA. (PITTSBURGH) 2009-10 Third Place Lost, 56-63 .............................No. 20 Pittsburgh Won, 79-76 OT.............................Miami (Ohio)


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BASKETBALL FACILITIES Appalachian women’s basketball enters its 11th season in the George M. Holmes Convocation Center. The Holmes Center serves as home of Mountaineer men’s and women’s basketball teams, as well as Appalachian’s volleyball and indoor track and field programs. Standing on Rivers Street at Appalachian State University, the 200,840-square foot Holmes Center serves as the cornerstone to the entry to campus and houses ASU’s Department of health, leisure and exercise science. The structure also includes the 8,325-seat Seby Jones Arena, which hosts a number of community and cultural events in addition to Appalachian athletics, including graduation and convocation ceremonies, trade shows and concerts. The facility opened on November 17, 2000 with a celebration followed by a men’s basketball contest between Appalachian and the University of North Carolina. With much anticipation, every seat for the ASU-UNC showdown was sold in advance, marking the first pre-gameday sellout in school history for any sporting event. The athletics ticket office sold the full allotment of tickets for the inaugural contest at the Holmes Center in just 12 minutes. The Mountaineer women opened the arena two days later hosting Wake Forest on November 19, 2000. ASU fell, 83-60, in the contest in front of 561 fans. Entering the 2010-11 season, the Mountaineers are 59-68 (.464) all-time in the arena with the largest crowd of 1,576 fans attending ASU’s contest with Davidson on January 23, 2010. The 2009-10 edition of the Apps set a Holmes Center record for wins, as the Mountaineers became the first squad to total double-digit wins in the building, recording 11 during the 2009-10 campaign. In addition to the state-of-the-art amenities that the Holmes Center has to offer, the atmosphere for Appalachian sporting events remains one of the most spirited in the Southern Conference. The Appalachian student section is a priority at the Holmes Center, as student seating is located at mid-court for both volleyball and basketball. Public service, a cornerstone upon which Appalachian was founded, is the hallmark of the two individuals whom names adorn the university’s convocation center, as former ASU Chancellor, Francis T. Borkowski announced that the center would be called the George M. Holmes Convocation Center and its arena the Seby Jones Arena on March 20, 1999. Holmes is a Republican member of the North Carolina House of Representatives, representing the 41st District (Yadkin, Wilkes and Alexander Counties). He is the senior co-chair of the North Carolina House of Appropriations Committee. A native of Mount Airy, N.C., Holmes attended Appalachian on a football scholarship from 1950-57. Holmes first entered political office from 1975-76 and has served 11 terms since 1979. He serves on the Governor’s Advisory Budget Commission, the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations and the Joint Legislative Transportation Oversight Committee. Holmes was instrumental in securing the bulk of the $36.8 million needed to build the convocation center. Jones served as mayor and a council member of Raleigh from 1967-71. He also served on ASU’s Board of Trustees for eight years, chairing the Board in 1990-91. His philanthropy, including establishing Appalachian’s Alumni The ASU women’s basketball meeting room. Memorial Scholarship and a scholarship for students from Wake County, has made it possible for many students to attend college.

Varsity Gym

Though the Mountaineers compete exclusively in the Holmes Center, the team often practices in the spacious Varsity Gym on campus as well. Four adjacent courts can be set up on the floor to allow for maximum utilization of practice time. In addition to the new court at the HCC, Varsity Gym’s floor also received a facelift in 2008, as a new hardwood surface was installed. The arena is also the practice home for wrestling, men’s basketball, volleyball, field hockey and the track and field teams.

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The Holmes Center received a new floor before the 2008-09 season.

ASU won the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational Championship in the Holmes Center on March 28, 2010 against Memphis.

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ACADEMIC SERVICES

Appalachian State University is one of the most respected comprehensive institutions of higher learning in the South and provides multiple means of support to ensure that ASU student-athletes succeed both on the court and in the classroom. The academic environment that surrounds Appalachian is prided on fitting the needs of all students, regardless of background. The student-athletes of ASU who compete on a variety of playing fields take pride in their academic reputation. Through the overall efforts of the Learning Assistance Program, the Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes is coordinated by Jean Roberts. Assistant coordinators Kim Sherill, Eric Hart and Stefanie Whitworth help to guide the office’s efforts for the more than 500 student-athletes who wear the black and gold. The Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes helps students prioritize academics by providing a comprehensive support system throughout their college careers. The overall graduation rate of student-athletes on campus has consistently remained higher than that of the Appalachian total student body. Approximately 35 percent of all student-athletes at ASU made the Southern Conference

Honor Roll in the 2007-08 academic year. The people of Appalachian State University are very proud of the academic achievements of their student-athletes and applaud the teamwork of the administration and their relationships with the coaches whose support is pivotal in helping shape athletes’ academic lives. The University’s Learning Assistance Program is a valuable aid to student-athletes at Appalachian. From tutoring,

to academic advising and academic monitoring, the program affords the student-athlete the opportunity to excel both on the field and in the classroom. The embodiment of true student-athletes, Kelsey Sharkey and Courtney Freeman were named to the 2009-10 Southern Conference honor roll for holding higher than 3.2 cumulative GPAS for the academic school year.

MOUNTAINEERS IN THE COMMUNITY

‘Pack the House’ winners when it set a Holmes Center record Like the entire Appalachian State University athletics in attendance for a women’s basketball game as 1,576 fans department, Mountaineer basketball believes strongly in filled the Holmes Center to see ASU down conference foe Dagiving back to the community. vidson. ‘Pack the House’ is a national effort in which confer The Mountaineers are extremely involved in giving ences and institutions compete to build attendance. back to the community and enjoying volunteering their time Trying to help out in as many ways as possible, the Apps at numerous events and functions. One of Appalachian’s primary causes that it donates much of its time and resources to is its annual Think Pink game. This past season, the Mountaineers teamed up with over 1,200 schools across the country to raise money in support of breast cancer research and awareness. Head Coach Darcie Vincent and the women’s basketball staff donated $1 dollar to the cause for every student that attended ASU’s game against UNCG, totaling $240, and the program teamed up with Boone’s local American Cancer Society to raise money for the noteworthy cause. Overall the team raised over $1000 for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association/Kay Yow Cancer Fund. In addition to Think Pink, the Black and Gold donated their The Apps volunteered at Makotos as a part of the ASU $500 winnings from the NCAA/SoCon ‘Pack the House’ athletic department’s annual Celebrity Serve event. Challenge to the March of Dimes. The squad was deemed

have volunteered on both Appalachian State’s campus and in Boone. Over the past year the Mountaineers have been directly involved in 15 community service events. Starting the school year off on a strong foot, the Black and Gold volunteered at ASU’s Freshmen Move in Day in 2009 and 2010, helping incoming freshman and their families move into dorms. After arriving home late from its first regular-season game during the 2009-10 season at Marshall, the team woke up early the next morning to volunteer at the Angel Food Ministries, passing out food and supplies to those in need. Pairing up with numerous Appalachian State varsity athletic teams, the Apps also participated in Celebrity Serve. Celebrity Serve was an event where the squad went to Makotos and Beef O’Bradys restaurants and served food and drinks to customers. Hoping to encourage local youth to get involved and become Mountaineer fans, the team put on a basketball clinic at Hardin Park elementary in the Fall of 2009, running drills with the local youth teams and giving the young girls advice and guidance.

SPORTS MEDICINE

Few programs play a role as essential to the continued success of the Mountaineers as sports medicine. ASU sports medicine provides preventative care that helps studentathletes avoid injury and post-injury treatment that allows student athletes to recover as quickly as possible. Under the direction of director Jason Robey and volleyball athletic trainer Jamie Moul, Appalachian sports medicine has three spacious facilities at its disposal in the Holmes Center, Varsity Gym and Owens Fieldhouse. Each athlete

training room is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the health and welfare of the student-athletes. The sports medicine staff is bolstered by one of the finest athlete training education programs in the nation. The program has been in existence for more than 25 years, was one of the first NATA approved programs and is accredited by CAATE.

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

The mission of Appalachian State speed, strength & conditioning program is to assist the athletes in reaching the full athletic potential. This mission is attained by reducing the athlete’s potential for injury during competition, and increasing an athletes’s overall athleticism and power. The Appalachian speed, strength & conditioning programs is designed to implement programs that fit the characteristics of the coaches of the 20 different sport programs, ASU’s staff remains in a constant research mode to provide the best programs for each student-athlete’s needs. The

campus life

staff incorporates a variety of training methods to ensure that an athlete reaches their full potential. The variety of methods includes resistance training, speed development, sport specific conditioning, dynamic flexibility, along with full scientific analysis of the athlete to help better understand how to train the athlete . The scientific analysis of the athlete to help better understand how to train the athlete. The scientific analysis can be anything from VO2 testing to basal metabolic rate analysis. These tests are done at the discretion of the strength coach by the exercise science department and

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teams. This concept is the foundation of our program. The Appalachian program is unique compared to other programs across the nation. With a 16,000-square foot facility in the panning phase, the Mountaineers will be able to boast having a premier facility in this region of the country that can compare to any level of competition. The facility combined with the unique relationship that Appalachian’s exercise science department possess on campus gives ASU’s athletes the extra edge to compete at the highest level.


ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION CHARLIE COBB

DEBBIE RICHARDSON

Athletics Director NC State, 1990 Fifth Year

Senior Assoc.AD/Senior Woman Administrator Auburn, 1975 15th Year

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n his first five years at Appalachian State University, director of athletics Charlie Cobb has led the department to unparalleled success. The many achievements enjoyed by Appalachian athletics during the first 60 months of Cobb’s tenure include:

• • • • • • • • •

Three NCAA Division I football national championships — marking the first time that any program has ever won three-consecutive NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS — formerly Division I-AA) and the first NCAA football titles ever won by a team from the state of North Carolina at any level. Shattering football attendance records at Kidd Brewer Stadium with crowds surpassing “The Rock’s” permanent seating capacity for each of ASU’s 28 regular-season home games since Cobb’s arrival in 2005. A 298-percent increase in football season-ticket sales. Five-consecutive Commissioner’s Cup championships — recognizing the top overall men’s sports program in the Southern Conference. Two Germann Cup championships — recognizing the top overall women’s sports program in the SoCon. Thirty-five percent of the athletics department’s students making the Academic Honor Roll (minimum GPA of 3.25). Five teams (men’s basketball, women’s cross country, field hockey, women’s indoor and outdoor track and field) earning public recognition awards, based on being among the nation’s top 10 percent in their respective sports based on Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. The Yosef Club, which provides scholarship and facility support for student- athletes, raising over $2.5 million for the first time in 2009-10. Despite the state of the economy, the Yosef Club has reached the $2 million threshold for donations three years in a row and rasied nearly $2 million more in 2009-10 than it did in any year prior a string of five-straight record years since Cobb’s arrival. Appalachian’s athletics annual budget increasing from $7.5 million in Cobb’s first year to nearly $13 million in 2010-11.

However, the most notable of Cobb’s many achievements has been the addition of first-class facilities that will give Appalachian the opportunity to be successful across the athletics spectrum for years to come. Facility enhancements totaling $50 million were completed in 2009, headlined by the 120,000-square-foot Appalachian Athletics Center. The seven-story complex, located behind Kidd Brewer Stadium’s west stands, includes new football offices and locker room, a strength and conditioning center, training facilities, academic study space and computer lab for all ASU student-athletes, as well as premium seating in the form of 600 club-level seats and 18 luxury suites. The facility enhancements also included other significant renovations to The Rock. A new ticket plaza, which serves as a grand entrance to the stadium, as well as ornamental fencing that replaced the chain-link barriers that used to surround the stadium and field were completed before the 2007 season, while a 4,400-seat upper deck on the stadium’s east side and substantial upgrades to the east and south concourses were completed prior to the ‘08 campaign. In addition to the renovations to Appalachian’s most visible athletics facility, the campaign has also produced new homes for Mountaineer baseball (Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium), softball (Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium) and soccer (at the Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex), as well as the Apps’ first-ever indoor practice facility (Sofield Family Indoor Practice Facility) and renovations to Varsity Gym that have upgraded the facility to a premier practice and competition venue for ASU basketball, indoor track and field, volleyball and wrestling. With the $50 million in facilities enhancements, all 20 of Appalachian’s intercollegiate sports teams now practice and compete in facilities that have either been built or renovated in the last decade. While Cobb is quick to point out the “total team effort” put forth to achieve the many successes that have been enjoyed since he began his tenure as ASU’s director of athletics on July 1, 2005, it is the experience, vision and work ethic of the 42-year-old Cobb that has steered the Mountaineers to new heights. Prior to his arrival in Boone, Cobb was a member of the athletics department at North Carolina State University from 1998-2005. A four-year football letterwinner at NC State from 1987-90, Cobb served as the Wolfpack’s senior associate athletics director for external operations for the seven years prior to his arrival in Boone. In that role, he oversaw NC State’s marketing, ticket operations, media relations and student-athlete development operations, as well as serving on the department’s compact strategic planning initiative, gender equity and facilities committees. During his tenure, NC State increased football season-ticket sales by 87 percent and men’s basketball season-ticket sales by 121 percent. The combined ticket revenues accounted for an annual increase of over 86 percent for Wolfpack athletics, generating more than $6 million for the department. In addition, Cobb served as NC State’s administrator for baseball and women’s soccer, tournament manager for the 2004 NCAA men’s basketball first and second rounds at the RBC Center and the chair for the southeast region of the NCAA women’s soccer committee. Prior to returning to his alma mater in ‘98, Cobb spent six years in Atlanta, Ga., where he held positions with the Atlanta Sports Council, the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl and the Georgia Dome. As an assistant executive director for the Atlanta Sports Council and the Peach Bowl, he helped coordinate Atlanta’s bid for the 2002 NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and handled all game and event operations for the Peach Bowl. As sales manager for the Georgia Dome from 1994-97, Cobb helped procure events such as the Southeastern Conference football championship, the SEC and Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball tournaments, NCAA men’s basketball championship events, Georgia High School Association football playoffs, major concerts and other college and amateur sporting events. Cobb graduated with honors with a B.A. in business administration from NC State in 1990. A second-team all-ACC honoree at center as a senior, Cobb was an academic all-ACC selection and collected the prestigious Jim Tatum Award, presented to the ACC football senior with the highest grade point average, and the Bob Warren Memorial Award, given to the Wolfpack football player that displays the highest integrity and sportsmanship. After receiving post-graduate scholarships from both the ACC and NFL Charities, Cobb earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1992. Cobb is married to the former Lindsay Brecher, who was an all-ACC goalkeeper for NCSU women’s soccer from 1988-90 and serves as an assistant coach for Appalachian’s women’s soccer program. The Cobbs have a 12-year-old son, Harrison, and a nine-year-old daughter, Branan.

administration

Debbie Richardson begins her 15th year as Senior Woman Administrator at Appalachian State University. She joined the Mountaineer staff in August 1996 as an assistant athletics director and earned the title of senior associate director in 2006. Richardson serves as administrator for seven men’s and women’s sports, including volleyball, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball and men’s tennis. As the senior woman administrator, she acts as spokesperson for the needs and interests of women within the athletics department, campus and community. Richardson has been very active at conference, regional and national levels, participating on numerous committees. In the Southern Conference, Richardson sits on the wrestling and television committees and is the current chair of the volleyball committee. She is also a former chair of the conference’s Senior Woman Administrators’ Association. Regionally, Richardson serves as the chair of the south region volleyball ranking committee, and, at the national level, she is entering her second year as a member of the NCAA Division I volleyball committee. Richardson came to Appalachian following five years as assistant athletics director at the University of Illinois, where she was responsible for 11 sports, handling event management, athletic facilities and special projects, such as NCAA and Big Ten Championships. Prior to her stint at Illinois, Richardson spent nine years at the University of South Florida, including seven seasons as head volleyball coach. While at South Florida, Richardson compiled a 180117 record and earned three Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year awards (1984, 1986 and 1988). She led her team to four Sun Belt championships (1986, 1987, 1988 and 1989). Richardson came to South Florida from Gardner-Webb where she was a volleyball coach during the 1981 season. A 1975 Auburn graduate, Richardson was a four-year starter for the Tigers during the AIAWera. She served as a team captain and was named to the all-state team in both her junior and senior campaigns. The Miami, Fla. native graduated from Berry High School in Birmingham, Ala. An Olympic volleyball volunteer at the 1996 Atlanta Games, Richardson earned a master’s degree in physical education from East Tennessee State in 1977.

ASU Associate and Assistant Athletic Directors

RICK BEASLEY

Sr. Assoc. AD, Athletic Develop.

TROY HEUSTESS Associate AD, Facilities

DAVID JACKSON

Associate AD, Public Affairs

JAY SUTTON

Associate AD, Internal Affairs

MIKE FLYNN

Asst. AD, Sports Information

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BARBARA GREEN

Assistant AD, Compliance

SAMANTHA STEVENS

Asst. AD, Marketing/Licensing


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Educating North Carolina’s Citizens and Leaders

Appalachian State University is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Boone, N.C. At an elevation of 3,333 feet, Boone began as a frontier outpost named after pioneer Daniel Boone, who first explored the area in the 1760s. Since that time, the area has attracted those seeking natural beauty, adventure and learning. Appalachian is a member of the 16-campus University of North Carolina system. The university offers a challenging and stimulating learning experience for nearly 17,000 students. Appalachian combines the best attributes of a small liberal arts college with those of a large, research institution. It is particularly known for its research and outreach in health-related fields and the areas of energy/environment/economics. Distinctively residential, the main campus encompasses 411 acres. It includes 19 academic buildings, 20 residence halls, four dining facilities and 11 recreational and athletic facilities. Appalachian also operates a living-learning center in New York City. Off-campus programs are offered in 10 counties through collaboration with area community colleges. The university is characterized by close collaboration between students and faculty, quality academics, and life-changing co-curricular activities that develop graduates with real-world capabilities. Appalachian also emphasizes the importance of sustainability and service to communities, both locally and globally. Consistently ranked among U.S. News and World Report’s best public universities in the Southeast, Appalachian is also noted as a “best value” by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine and other publications. Appalachian supports a broad-based athletics program, featuring 10 men’s and 10 women’s intercollegiate teams. The Mountaineers hold NCAA Division I status and have been members of the Southern Conference since 1971. The Mountaineers won their 30th Southern Conference Commissioner’s Cup for overall excellence in men’s athletics during the 2009-10 academic year. The award was established in 1979. In football, the Mountaineers won three consecutive NCAA Division I FCS national championship titles – in 2005, 2006 and 2007. The Germann Cup, which recognizes overall women’s excellence, has been won by Appalachian eight times since the award’s inception in 1987. This is the second-most in league history. Since joining the Southern Conference, the Mountaineers have captured league titles in football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, men’s soccer and men’s tennis. Appalachian’s student-athletes excel in the classroom as well as on the playing field. In the 2009-10 academic year, 69 student-athletes made the Southern Conference’s academic all-conference teams. To be eligible, a student-athlete must possess at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average. One Mountaineer had a 4.0 GPA.

Appalachian Athletics Mission Statement

The Department of Athletics at Appalachian State University believes in maintaining the intercollegiate athletics program as an integral part of the University’s overall program of education, with emphasis on and priority given to the high academic quality and standards and the complete development of the student. Appalachian State University provides opportunity and encouragement for studentathletes to progress toward degrees of their choice and to develop athletic abilities in an environment consistent with high standards of academic scholarship, leadership and institutional loyalty. The Department of Athletics is committed to ensuring the general welfare of the student-athlete and to encouraging the highest standards of sportsmanship on behalf of student-athletes, the student body and the University’s supporters. The intercollegiate athlete representing ASU is both a bona-fide student pursuing a degree program and an amateur competitor. Appalachian Athletics is committed to insuring equitable recruitment, participation and treatment of individuals including members of under-represented populations through its athletics administration, staff, coaches, programs and policies. The University’s policy of nondiscrimination represents a moral and ethical, not merely a legal, imperative. The University has determined that its athletics program will meet the necessary qualifications, guidelines and funding to hold membership in Division I of the NCAA. The athletics administration, the faculty athletics representative and the Athletics Council work together to insure that all teams and coaches follow the rules and regulations governing this division. A sound program of intercollegiate athletics should benefit the institution through its effects on students, alumni ad the institution itself. Specifically, it should maintain and improve the loyalty and esprit de corps of the student body, and in strengthening the pride and enthusiasm of the alumni; it should serve as a favorable public relations factor and provide benefits to the participants.

Appalachian Athletics Diversity Statement

Appalachian athletics promotes an inclusive culture that fosters equitable participation for student-athletes and equitable career opportunities for coaches, administrators and support staff from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

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Points of Pride

Outstanding Faculty

Contributors to Knowledge

Ninety-nine percent of Appalachian’s full-time faculty hold doctor- Each year, Appalachian receives $12-14 million in external grants ate, first professional degree, or other terminal degree. and contracts, which fund research projects that improve lives in North Carolina, across the nation and around the world. Appalachian values undergraduate research, so many of these projects generate Small classes, personal attention special opportunities for students. Personal attention from faculty is a hallmark of the Appalachian experience. Classes average 26 students. This close-knit “community of learners” contributes to Appalachian having a freshman-to-sophomore retention rate of nearly 87 percent.

Student Satisfaction

Appalachian ranks No. 7 out of 592 schools in MyPlan.com’s student rankings for “Overall Satisfaction & Happiness with Choice.”

Comprehensive Degree Offerings

Appalachian offers more than 140 undergraduate and graduate major programs through its College of Arts and Sciences, College of Fine and Applied Arts, Reich College of Education, Walker College of Business, University College, Hayes School of Music, College of Health Sciences and Cratis D. Williams Graduate School. Appalachian also offers a doctorate of education.

Internationally Connected

With study abroad opportunities on nearly every continent, Appalachian students have access to approximately 200 foreign sites for semester and year programs of study.

Environmentally responsible campus

The Princeton Review’s 2010 “Guide to 286 Green Colleges” included Appalachian among the nation’s most environmentally responsible campuses. Appalachian’s sustainability ethic is evident through an electricity-generating wind turbine on campus, a biodiesel-powered public transportation system, research and academic degree programs that focus on issues related to energy, economics and the environment, as well as a commitment to new buildings that are efficiently designed and LEED® certified.

An Education Leader

The Reich College of Education provides the most teacher education graduates of all University of North Carolina campuses – 16 percent of beginning teachers are prepared by Appalachian. The college’s new building under construction should be complete by summer 2011.

Passionate and Successful Alumni

Appalachian has more than 99,000 living alumni, 70 percent of whom have remained in North Carolina after graduating. They are leaders in their communities and professions, exemplifying how Appalachian can and does make a difference in the world.

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Appalachian Timeline 1993

Dr. Francis T. Borkowski became chancellor

1903 North Carolina legislature recognized The Appalachian Training School of Teachers as a state institution

2001

TIME Magazine named Appalachian a College of the Year

2004

Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became chancellor

1921 State

North Carolina legislature authorized the Appalachian

2005

Football team won NCAA Division I-AA National Champi- onship

1929 State

North Carolina legislature authorized the Appalachian

2006

Enrollment exceeded 15,000; football team won NCAA Division I-AA National Championship a second time

2007

Football team won NCAA Division I National Champion a third time

2008

Enrollment exceeded 16,000

2009

State’s largest electricity-generating wind turbine installed on campus

2010

New College of Health Sciences opened in July

1899

Dougherty brothers founded Watauga Academy

Normal School two-year college program

Teachers College four-year program

1948 North Carolina Commission on Higher Education authorized the ASTC Graduate School 1967

North Carolina legislature authorized Appalachian State University, with three undergraduate colleges.

1971

University of North Carolina system created; Appalachian named one of its regional campuses

1982

Enrollment exceeded 10,000 students

Appalachian Today Enrollment

• 16,968 students in Fall 2009 • 14,872 undergraduate and 2,096 graduate

Top Feeder Counties

• Mecklenburg • Wake • Watauga • Guilford • Forsyth • Catawba

Academics

• College of Arts and Sciences • Walker College of Business • Reich College of Education • College of Fine and Applied Arts • College of Health Sciences • Hayes School of Music • University College • Cratis D. Williams Graduate School • More than 140 undergraduate and graduate majors, plus a doctoral program in educational leadership.

States most represented

• North Carolina • Georgia • Virginia • Florida • Tennessee • South Carolina

Fall 2009 Average Freshman SAT

• 1158

Student/Faculty Ratio

• 17-to-1

Estimated 2010-11 Expenses

• $10,753 for in-state students and $22,065 for out-of-state students. • Includes tuition, fees, room, standard meal plan and textbook rental.

Appalachian Traditions Alma mater

Fight SonG - HI HI YIKAS

Cherished Vision of the Southland, Alma Mater in the hills; Thou dost point our minds to wisdom, Till the truth our spirit thrills. Appalachian, Alma Materof our hearts the joy and pride; Lead us ever, lead us onward, Vanguard of the Hero’s side.

Hi-Hi-y-ike-us Nobody like us, We are the Mountaineers, Mountaineers, Mountaineers. Always a-winning, Always a-grinning, Always a-feeling fine You bet, hey

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Chancellor Kenneth E. Peacock

Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became Appalachian State University’s sixth chancellor in July 2004. During his tenure, Appalachian has experienced significant growth in several areas, and the quality of the university’s academic programs has continued to advance, directing extensive national attention to Appalachian. The university has become a destination of choice among the brightest and best high school graduates, with freshman SAT scores averaging 1158 and grade point averages of 3.92 in the 2009-10 academic year. Since Chancellor Peacock assumed office, Appalachian has raised more than $65 million in private funding. Appalachian ACCESS, a university scholarship program offering North Carolina’s low-income students living at or below the poverty level a four-year university education debt free, was first awarded to members of the freshman class in 2007. Capital improvements and new construction under Chancellor Peacock’s leadership has included the Student Recreation Center, Central Dining Facility, Athletics Center, residence hall renovations, steam system upgrades and the opening of Belk Library and Information Commons. Construction projects currently under way include a new college of education building, new on-campus housing, a facility for the Heltzer Honors Program and an expansion to Plemmons Student Union. Prior to his appointment as chancellor, Dr. Peacock served at Appalachian as interim provost and executive vice chancellor. He joined the faculty in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business in 1983, was appointed assistant dean of the business school in 1987, associate dean in 1989, and served as dean of the college from 1992-2003. Previously, he taught at the McIntyre School of Commerce at the University of Virginia and worked for the accounting firm of Price Waterhouse & Co. in its Winston-Salem and Charlotte offices. Chancellor Peacock received his undergraduate degree in accounting at Mars Hill College and his master’s and doctorate degrees in accounting at Louisiana State University. In September 2006, he received the Outstanding Alumnus Award from Mars Hill College. He is a native of Rocky Mount. He and his wife, Rosanne, have two grown sons, Chris and Brian. Chancellor Peacock serves on the NCAA Division I Presidential Advisory Group, Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors, Homes for Children Board of Directors, Leadership North Carolina Board of Directors, and he chairs the North Carolina Campus Compact Executive Board. He has been named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. He also is the recipient of the Golden Eagle Award for Leadership from AdvantageWest, the L. Richardson Preyer Alumni Award from Leadership North Carolina, and a visionary leadership in education award from the Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce. In addition, the Peacocks are involved in a variety of civic/community programs and activities.

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university leadership Chancellor

Blowing Rock, NC

Interim Provost

James M. Rose Sr. CEO Leasing Services Shelby, NC

Kenneth E. Peacock

Lorin Baumhover

Board of Trustees Bradley T. Adcock CEO Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Cary, NC J. Edgar Broyhill Businessman Winston-Salem, NC Jeannine Underdown Collins President Underdown and Associates Boone, NC John E. Cooper Jr. Owner Mast General Store Boone, NC

Peter Rowe President Student Government Association Michael A. Steinback Operating Partner Stonebridge Partners Asheville, NC G. A. Sywassink Chairman and CEO Standard Holding Corporation Hilton Head, SC Matthew J. Szulik Retired businessman Raleigh, NC

Constituency Representatives (Non-Voting):

Hughlene B. Frank Community volunteer Greensboro, NC Avery B. Hall Sr. Senior Vice President/Business Banker Wachovia Bank Kernersville, NC Helen A. Powers Retired businesswoman Asheville, NC Alice Roess Real estate/mortgage investor/community volunteer

Laura M. Aiken President Alumni Association Jill R. Ehnenn Chairperson Faculty Senate Bob Charlebois President Staff Council President

faculty athletics representative dr. alan hauser Dr. Alan J. Hauser is in his 25th year as Faculty Chairperson of Athletics at Appalachian State University. Ap-

pointed to the position in October 1986, Hauser has served on the Athletic Council since 1979. Hauser came to Appalachian as an assistant professor of philosophy and religion in 1972. He served as chairperson of Appalachian’s Philosophy and Religion Department from 1982 until 1997. A member of numerous committees since joining the faculty, Hauser served 12 years on the Faculty Senate, including two years as chairperson. He also chaired the Faculty Assembly for three years. A 1967 graduate of Concordia Teachers College, Hauser earned a master’s degree from Concordia Seminary in 1968 and his doctorate from the University of Iowa in 1972. Hauser currently chairs the NCAA Academics, Eligibility and Compliance cabinet and is also a member of its Degree Completion committee. He formerly served as the Southern Conference’s delegate to the NCAA Division I Management Council. Hauser and his wife Gail, who is the Assistant Director of Summer Sessions at Appalachian State University, have four daughters: Debi, Staci, Elizabeth and Jacqueline.

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Once a Mountaineer, Always a Mountaineer

The Appalachian Alumni Association encourages fellowship among its members, promotes goodwill toward Appalachian, and assists Appalachian by carrying out projects to support the university. The non-dues paying Association provides a number of events and programs for the over 90,000 Appalachian alumni, including: • Homecoming and fan gatherings for athletic events • Regional and affinity chapters as part of the Appalachian Family Network • The Gold Book online alumni community • Travel tour opportunities • APPdate electronic newsletter • Black & Gold Reunion and Spring Alumni weekends • Alumni awards and scholarship programs • Appalachian alumni e-mail addresses • Special offers such as Appalachian NC license tags, discount insurance programs and affinity merchandise • Alumni website including online alumni directory, event information and registration, alumni blog, downloadable screensavers/wallpapers, online photo album and more at www.alumni.appstate.edu

Appalachian Alumni Association • McKinney Alumni Center • ASU Box 32015 • Boone, NC 28608 Toll Free 866-756-ALUM (2586) • alumni@appstate.edu • www.alumni.appstate.edu

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Boone, North Carolina

Boone lies nestled in a small valley in the heart of the Southern Appalachians and is named after the hunter and explorer Daniel Boone, who spent time in the region during the 1760s. Among its accolades are inclusion in National Geographic Adventure magazine’s “Best Places to Live and Play,” Norman Crampton’s “100 Best Small Towns in America,” USA Today’s “10 Great Small Towns with Huge Backyards” and U.S. News and World Report’s “10 Best Places to Retire in the U.S.” Watauga County was formed in 1849 and the Town of Boone incorporated in 1872. Appalachian State University began as Watauga Academy in 1899 to educate the mountain children and ultimately to prepare teachers for service through western North Carolina. It became Appalachian State Teachers College in 1929 and joined the University of North Carolina system in 1971. Boone is a college town in the best sense – where people say hello on the street and a vibrant downtown is mere steps from the university campus. It is characterized by beautiful mountain scenery, distinct four-season weather, mountain heritage culture and casual living – and it is the center of tourism and commerce for Watauga County and the surrounding High Country. Outdoor activities, cultural events, fine dining and eclectic shops bring visitors from all over the world. Boone enjoys a low rate of unemployment with the university as a top economic driver followed by a combination of tourism, small business and residential home construction. Boone is a year-round playground for business meetings and conferences, as well as leisure. The cool summers, dazzling colors of fall and serene winters offer something for every nature lover. An unusually wide array of quality arts and cultural programming enhance the Boone community. The university’s An Appalachian Summer Festival, a month-long celebration of performing and visual arts, has brought Lily Tomlin, Branford Marsalis, Paul Taylor Dance Company, London City Opera, Andre Watts, Charlie Daniels, the Glenn Miller Orchestra and other notable performers. During the academic year, Appalachian hosts the Performing Arts Series with artists such as Garrison Keillor and the National Symphony Orchestra. The jewel of downtown Boone is the university’s Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. It features six gallery spaces and a robust community education and outreach program. Its exhibitions focus on a blend of new and historically important artwork, and feature nationally and internationally renowned artists as well as many of the finest artists of the region. Boone offers an uncommon quality of life. That’s why many visitors come for a weekend and stay for a lifetime.

Boone at a Glance…

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The county seat of Watauga County Population: 14,942 Incorporated in 1872 Named for its most famous seasonal visitor, Daniel Boone Served by four major highways One of four North American Adventure Destinations – Adventure Sports magazine Average summer temperature: 70 degrees “Choose and Cut” Christmas tree industry sells approximately 13,000 Fraser Fir trees annually One of the lowest annual unemployment rates in the Southeast

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2010-11 Schedule NOVEMBER 12 Marshall! 13 Campbell! 17 Richmond 19 East tennessee state 22 GARDNER-WEBB 29 ELON*

FEBRUARY 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 P.M. 7 P.M.

december 02 UNC ASHEVILLE 05 MARYLAND 18 fuRMAN* 20 western carolina* 29 WAKE FOREST

7 P.M. 2 P.M. 2 P.M. 7 p.m. 2 P.M.

JANUARY 05 COLL. OF CHARLESTON 08 WOFFORD* 10 georgia southern* 14 samford* 16 CHATTANOOGA* 19 DAVIDSON* 22 unc greensboro* 24 ELON* 29 FURMAN* 31 WESTERN CAROLINA*

7 P.M. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 P.M. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 P.M. 2 P.M. NOON

02 DAVIDSON* 05 COLL. OF CHARLESTON* 12 SAMFORD* 14 chattanooga* 19 WOFFORD* 21 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* 26 unc greensboro*

7 P.M. 1 P.M. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 P.M. 7 P.M. 5 p.m.

march 03-07 socon tournament ! longwood tournament YELLOW- HOME GAME * socon game

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