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Hanover College FACTS

Hanover is a private, coeducational liberal arts college, affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Founded in 1827, it is the oldest private, fouryear college in Indiana.

Enrollment Hanover’s student body includes more than 1,100 young men and women. Almost all students live on campus.

Location The town of Hanover is located in southeastern Indiana. Louisville is 45 miles away, Cincinnati, 70 miles, and Indianapolis, 95 miles.

Faculty More than 90 percent of Hanover’s faculty members hold doctorates or other terminal degrees. The studentfaculty ratio is 10 to 1 and many faculty members reside on campus grounds, creating an academic community.

Campus Hanover College sits on 650 acres overlooking the Ohio River. There are 35 major buildings, characterized by Georgian architecture.

Academic calendar Hanover operates on a 4-4-1 calendar. Students take four courses each during Fall and Winter Terms. Spring Term is devoted to a month of concentrated study on campus, internships, or off-campus programs. Areas of study Hanover offers more than 30 areas of majors, including a design-yourown major, with core strengths in the sciences, education and business. More than one-third of our students go on to graduate and professional studies. Costs Direct student expenses for a year at Hanover, including tuition, room and board, are $41,450 for the 2013-14 school year. The most current cost information is always available from the Office of Admission. Financial assistance More than 95 percent of Hanover’s students receive some form of financial assistance. College aid is available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and campus employment. Hanover’s strong financial base supports its rank in the top 10 percent of the nation’s colleges on an endowment-per-student basis. Accreditation Hanover College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

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Hanover College 2013/14

All Hanover College Athletics are proudly sponsored by:

Head Coach Molly Jones

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Assistants

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Coaches Records

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Administrative, Support Staff

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2012/13 Numerical Roster

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Hanover Panthers

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Heartland Conference

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2012/13 HCAC Review

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2012/13 Statistics

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Single-Season Records

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Career Records

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Hanover Season Results

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Hanover’s Collier Arena

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2013/14 Hanover College Basketball coaches Head Coach Molly Jones Molly Jones is in her 27th season as a collegiate head coach and her 16th on the Panthers’ sidelines. Amassing more than 350 career victories, Jones has accumulated a career record of 235-156 at her alma mater, including a 138-87 record in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference games. Through the past five seasons, Jones has guided Hanover’s program to more than 100 vicotries. Under her leadership, the Panthers have had four consecutive seasons with 20 or more wins, including a school-record 25 wins in 2010-11.

Jones has coached 18 different all-conference athletes and two Heartland Conference most valuable players. She got her start coaching in 1987 at Marian University and compiled a 134-121 record in 11 seasons with the Knights. As a Hanover student, Jones earned three basketball letters and also lettered in volleyball and softball. She was named the outstanding senior female athlete in 1986. She and her husband, John, who serves as associate director of athletics at Hanover, are the parents of three children: Kelsey, Tyler and Coleman.

Since 2008, Hanover has won more conference games (67) than any other team in the league. Last year’s squad finished as the third seed in conference play with a 12-6 record and won the HCAC tournament championship by winning three games in three days. This allowed the Panthers to participate in the NCAA Division III national tournament for the second time in three years.

The Panthers with Jones Year Overall HCAC Finish 2012/13 21-8 12-6 3rd 2011/12 21-5 16-2 1st 2010/11 25-2 17-1 1st 2009/10 20-7 12-4 3rd 2008/09 18-9 10-6 3rd 2007/08 15-11 9-7 4th 2006/07 3-21 1-15 9th 2005/06 16-10 9-5 3rd 2004/05 15-11 8-6 4th 2003/04 13-13 7-7 5th 2002/03 10-14 6-8 6th 2001/02 11-15 5-8 5th 2000/01 17-9 10-2 2nd 1999/00 17-9 7-5 3rd 1998/99 13-12 9-5 4th

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John Jones - Assistant Coach John Jones is in his 14th season as an assistant coach for the Panthers. A former player at Marian College, Jones has collected nearly 20 years experience as a teacher, coach and administrator at the secondary level. Jones has a dual role at Hanover, also serving as associate athletic director. Prior to joining Hanover’s staff, he served three years as athletic director at Southwestern High School in Hanover. He graduated from Marian in 1991.

Micah Whitted - Assistant Coach Micah Whitted is in her third season as an assistant coach, but no stranger to Hanover’s program. She played four seasons in the Panthers’ backcourt and helped the squad tally a 78-29 record from 2008-2011, including a schoolrecord 25-2 mark last season. A native of Norman, Ind., Whitted started more than half of her career appearances and played in 89 straight contests before an injury nudged her to the sidelines for six games. Logging time as a shooting or point guard, she capped her career with 573 points and dished out 228 assists in 100 games. Whitted resides in Madison, Ind.

Hanover Coaches’ Records

All Games Conference

Molly Jones (1998-Present) 235-156

138-87

Christa Snyder (1993-98)

62-61 24-22

Mary Freeland (1992-93)

7-14 3-5

Terry King (1990-92)

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82-124

22-20

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Mary Freeland (1981-90) Connie Fox (1976-81)

Charlene Agne (1971-76) 8-32 NA Wanda Leffler (1970-71)

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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Sue DeWine President Dr. Sue DeWine became the 15th president of Hanover College, July 1, 2007. As the former provost of Marietta College (Ohio), DeWine has extensive experience as an administrator, fund-raiser and communication consultant. DeWine was a professor at Ohio University from 1985-2000 in organizational communication and research and consulting. She served as director of the School of Interpersonal Communication from 1988-2000. She received an award for scholarship, teaching and leadership and an award for dedication to excellence and acceptance of diversity, vision and forthrightness from the National Communication Association. She has served as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, government, and educational institutions. A well-published author, she has written more than 60 communication-oriented books and articles. DeWine earned a doctorate in communication and counseling psychology from Indiana University in 1977. She received a master’s in rhetoric and public address from Miami University (Ohio) in 1967 and a bachelor’s degree in English and speech education from Miami in 1966.

Lynn Hall Athletic Director Lynn Hall is in her 15th year as Hanover’s director of athletics. Under her leadership, the Hanover’s athletic program has continued to thrive, with both the men’s and women’s programs winning Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference all-sports awards. A 1982 Hanover graduate, Hall was the head coach for the Panthers’ volleyball program from 1987 to 1998. She was able to build an outstanding volleyball tradition, win three conference championships and be named league coach of the year three times. She is a past member of the NCAA Division III National Volleyball Committee. In addition to her administrative work with athletics, she also serves as a faculty member in the exercise science department.

Sports Information Carter Cloyd Press Box Phone: (812) 866-7347 Office Phone: (812) 866-7010 E-Mail: cloyd@hanover.edu Fax: (812) 866-7057 Assistant Athletic Trainer Tony Carlton, Head Athletic Trainer Phone: 812-866-7378 Email: carlton@hanover.edu Fax: 812-866-7380

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Team Physician Dr. Peter Maiers II, Orthopedic Surgeon Methodist Sports Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind.


2012/13 Hanover College Basketball Players

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5-2 5-7 5-2 5-10 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-10 5-6 6-0

So. G Salem, Ind. (H.S.) Jr. G/F Richmond, Ind. (H.S.) Fr. G Brookville, Ind. (Franklin County) Sr. F Bloomfield, Ind. (Bloomfield) So. G Madison, Ind. (H.S.) Fr. G Lexington, Ind. (Austin) Jr. G Columbus, Ind. (Columbus East) Jr. G Fort Wayne, Ind. (Concordia Lutheran) Jr. G/F Atlanta, Ind. (Hamilton Heights) So. G Metamora, Ind. (Franklin County) Fr. C Greensburg, Ind. (North Decatur Sr)

Ashley Malloy Megan Caudill Carly Bentz Elyse Weddle Kelsey Block Jessie Davidson Alicia Hopkins Shauna Watson Caitlin Bischoff Stephanie Pahren Jenna Meyer

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Hometown (High School)

Head Coach: Molly Jones (Hanover, 1986) Assistant Coaches: John Jones (Marian, 1991), Micah Whitted (Hanover, 2011) Manager: Jordan Bear, Sr., Madison, Ind.

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2013/14 Hanover College Returning Players

Caitlin Bischoff #31 Year: Junior Height: 5-10 Position:

Guard/Forward

Hometown (High School) Atlanta, Ind. (Hamilton Heights)

Total 3-point Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct 2011-12 23-0 288/12.5 47-121 .388 32-76 .421 2012-13 20-10 332/16.6 29-102 .284 11-49 .224 TOTAL 43-10 620/14.4 76-223 .341 43-125 .344

FT-FTA 21-23 30-48 51-71

One of Hanover’s top long-range threats, Bishoff appreared in 20 games as a sophomore, including 10 starts. As a high schooler, she helped propel Hamilton Heights to three consecutive Mid-Indiana Conference titles. Bischoff’s Career Highs Points: 19, vs. Kalamazoo (Mich.), Dec. 21, 2011 Rebounds: 6, at Franklin, Dec. 5, 2012 Assists: 4, at Rose-Hulman, Dec. 15, 2012 Blocks: 1, four times, last at Defiance, Dec. 8, 2012 Steals: 8, at Rose-Hulman, Dec. 15, 2012 Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg .913 21-23 44 1.9 .625 10-24 34 1.7 .718 31-47 78 1.8

PF-FO 21-0 18-0 39-0

Ast 15 21 36

TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 25 2 18 147/6.4 34 2 47 99/5.0 59 4 65 246/5.7

Kelsey Block #20 Year: Sophomore Height: 5-4 Position: Guard Hometown (High School) Madison, Ind. (H.S.)

Block played in nine games as a freshman after joining Hanover’s squad midway through the season. As a high school senior, she was the Jefferson County player of the year and led Madison to the semistate. Block’s Career Highs Points: 3, vs. Transylvania (Ky.), Feb. 13, 2013 Rebounds: 1, at Anderson, Feb. 6, 2013 Assists: 1, vs. Transylvania (Ky.), Feb. 13, 2013 Blocks: 0 Steals: 1, twice, last at Bluffton (Ohio), Feb. 9, 2013

Total 3-point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2012-13 9-0 32/3.6 1-7 .143 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 0-1 1 0.1 10-0 1 3 0 2 4/0.4 TOTAL 9-0 32/3.6 1-7 .143 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 0-1 1 0.1 10-0 1 3 0 2 4/0.4

Megan Caudill #11 Year: Junior Height: 5-7 Position:

Guard/Forward

Hometown (High School) Richmond, Ind. (H.S.)

Caudill, who also plays for Hanover’s softball squad, played in 28 games during her sophomore season. In high school, she was a three-time all-North Central Conference honoree at Richmond and set the school’s single-game record with seven three-pointers against Greenfield Central in 2010. Caudill’s Career Highs Points: 12, three times, last at Bluffton (Ohio), Feb. 9, 2013 Rebounds: 4, three times, last at Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Jan. 23, 2013

Assists: 2, vs. Adrian (Mich.), Nov. 16, 2012 Blocks: 1, twice, last vs. Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Jan. 2, 2013 Steals: 3, twice, last vs. Mississippi College, Dec. 29, 2012 Total 3-point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast 2011-12 18-0 136/7.6 14-30 .467 1-5 .200 17-36 .472 13-14 27 1.5 24-0 2 2012-13 28-0 225/8.0 25-76 .329 7-20 .350 33-51 .647 17-36 53 1.9 32-0 3 TOTAL 46-0 361/7.8 39-106 .368 8-25 .320 50-87 .575 30-50 80 1.7 56-0 5

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TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 15 1 5 46/2.6 17 1 10 90/3.2 32 2 15 136/3.0


Alicia Hopkins #24 Year: Junior Height: 5-6 Position: Guard Hometown (High School) Columbus, Ind. (East)

A two-time first-team all-Heartland Conference selection, Hopkins set Hanover‘s single-season record with 130 steals as a sophomore. While at Columbus East, she set the school’s single-game mark with 12 steals and owns school records for steals in a single-season (147) and career (412). Hopkins’ Career Highs Points: 23, at Transylvania (Ky.), Feb. 24, 2013 Rebounds: 13, at LaVerne (Calif.), Dec. 18, 2012 Assists: 11, vs. Mississippi College, Dec. 29, 2012 Blocks: 2, vs. Defiance (Ohio), Dec. 10, 2011 Steals: 9, twice, last vs. Anderson, Jan. 16, 2013

Total 3-point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg 2011-12 26-22 536/20.6 81-180 .450 27-73 .370 53-70 .757 23-46 69 2.7 2012-13 29-29 860/29.7 112-259 .432 26-90 .289 120-152 .789 36-59 95 3.3 TOTAL 55-51 1396/25.4 193-439 .440 53-163 .325 173-222 .779 59-105 164 3.0

PF-FO 47-1 61-0 108-1

Ast 59 102 161

TO Blk Stl 62 3 93 112 5 130 174 8 223

Pts/Avg 242/9.3 370/12.8 612/11.1

Ashley Malloy #4 Year: Sophomore Height: 5-2 Position: Guard Hometown (High School) Salem, Ind. (H.S.)

Total 3-point Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct 2012-13 29-0 373/12.9 29-69 .420 18-42 .429 TOTAL 29-0 373/12.9 29-69 .420 18-42 .429

Malloy, a reserve point guard, played in 29 games during her first season with the Panthers and logged more than 12 minutes per contest. Malloy’s Career Highs Points: 13, vs. Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Jan. 2, 2013 Rebounds: 4. twice, last vs. Franklin, Feb. 23, 2013 Assists: 2, twice, last vs. Ohio Northern, March 1, 2013 Blocks: 0 Steals: 4, at Defiance (Ohio), Dec. 8, 2012

Rebounds FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast 28-37 .757 15-33 48 1.7 26-0 20 28-37 .757 15-33 48 1.7 26-0 20

TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 39 0 21 104/3.6 39 0 21 104/3.6

Stephanie Pahren #34 Year: Sophomore Height: 5-6 Position: Guard Hometown (High School) Metamora, Ind. (Franklin County)

Pahren averaged more than 12 minutes per contest in 29 appearances in her first season with Hanover’s squad. Pahren’s Career Highs Points: 8, twice, last vs. Franklin, Jan. 30, 2013 Rebounds: 9, at Redlands (Calif.), Dec. 19, 2012 Assists: 3, vs. Wittenberg (Ohio), Nov. 17, 2012 Blocks: 0 Steals: 3, twice, last at LaVerne (Calif.), Dec. 18, 2012

Total 3-point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2012-13 29-1 359/12.4 27-82 .329 2-12 .167 8-14 .571 18-70 88 3.0 36-0 25 25 0 19 64/2.2 TOTAL 29-1 359/12.4 27-82 .329 2-12 .167 8-14 .571 18-70 88 3.0 36-0 25 25 0 19 64/2.2

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2013/14 Hanover College Returning Players

Shauna Watson #30 Year: Junior Height: 5-6 Position: Guard Hometown (High School) Fort Wayne Ind. (Concordia)

Watson notched 28 starts and more than 29 minutes per outing as Hanover’s point guard in her second season with the program. In high school, she was a member of Concordia’s 3A state championship team as a junior and helped lead the Cadets to the semi-state as a senior. Watson’s Career Highs Points: 13, at LaVerne (Calif.), Dec. 18, 2012 Rebounds: 6, twice, last vs. Mississippi College, Dec. 29, 2012 Assists: 8, at Manchester, Jan. 26, 2013 Blocks: 2, vs. Anderson, Feb. 8, 2012 Steals: 3, six times, last at Anderson, Feb. 6, 2013

Total 3-point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 26-0 318/12.2 13-54 .241 1-8 .125 15-27 .556 6-26 32 1.2 28-0 30 19 4 14 42/1.6 2012-13 29-28 844/29.1 46-123 .374 3-14 .214 50-73 .685 7-69 76 2.6 59-1 80 67 3 43 145/5.0 TOTAL 55-28 1162/21.1 59-177 .333 4-22 .182 65-100 .650 13-95 108 2.0 87-1 110 86 7 57 187/3.4

Elyse Weddle #14 Year: Senior Height: 5-10 Position: Forward Hometown (High School) Bloomfield, Ind. (H.S.)

The sole senior on Hanover’s roster, Weddle is one of just four players in school history to play in two NCAA III tournament games (2011, 2013). She appeared in 28 contests as a key reserve during her junior season. Weddle’s Career Highs Points: 18, at Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Jan. 23, 2013 Rebounds: 10, vs. Adrian (Mich.), Nov. 16, 2012 Assists: 3, three times, last at Transylvania (Ky.), Jan. 9, 2013 Blocks: 2, twice, at Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Jan. 23, 2013

Total 3-point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2010-11 23-0 161/7.0 17-31 .548 0-0 .000 18-24 .750 9-18 27 1.2 25-0 11 20 4 5 52/2.3 2011-12 25-7 395/15.8 42-106 .396 0-1 .000 53-101 .525 32-44 76 3.0 47-0 19 20 2 10 137/5.5 2012-13 28-1 439/15.7 52-119 .437 0-0 .000 76-126 .603 34-54 88 3.1 54-1 26 38 9 10 180/6.4 TOTAL 76-8 995/13.1 111-256 .434 0-1 .000 147-251 .586 75-116 191 2.5 126-1 56 78 15 25 369/4.9

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2013/14 Hanover College NEWCOMERS

Carly Bentz #12 Year: Freshman Height: 5-2 Position: Guard Hometown (High School) Brookville, Ind. (H.S.)

Bentz was a three-year member of Franklin County’s varsity squad and started every game for the Lady Wildcats during her senior season. She is the sister of former standout Chelle Bentz, a 2011 Hanover graduate.

Jessie Davidson #23 Year: Freshman Height: 5-6 Position: Guard Hometown (High School) Lexington, Ind. (Austin)

Davidson was a three-time all-Mid-Southern Conference selection at Austin. She helped propel the Eagles to the 2010 state championship and was tabbed both the sectional and conference most valuable player as a senior.

Jenna Meyer #40 Year: Freshman Height: 6-0 Position: Center Hometown (High School) Greensburg, Ind. (North Decatur Sr)

A two-time honorable mention all-state selection at North Decatur, Meyer was named first-team all-Decatur County four times and was a two-time all-Mid-Hoosier Conference honoree. She finished third among the Chargers’ career-scoring leaders with 1,261 points and first with 832 career rebounds.

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HEARTLAND CONFERENCE

The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference is a union of 10 private small colleges and universities from Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Formed in 1997, the Heartland Conference is affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association and participates at the Division III level, which offers no athletic scholarships. The league currently sponsors men’s championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and wrestling. Championships are awarded in nine women’s sports, including: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field, and volleyball. Five member schools were formerly affiliated with the Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference and three schools were members of the Association of Mideast Colleges. Anderson University, Franklin College, Hanover, Manchester University and the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology were each charter members of the ICAC. Bluffton University, Defiance College and the College of Mount St. Joseph were each members of the AMC. Transylvania University, a former member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), officially joined the Heartland Conference in 2001. Earlham College, a former member of the North Coast Athletic Conference, joined the HCAC prior to the 201011 academic year.

www.heartlandconf.org

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Anderson University Location: Anderson, Ind. Enrollment: 2,750 www.anderson.edu Bluffton University Location: Bluffton, Ohio Enrollment: 1,127 www.bluffton.edu Defiance College Location: Defiance, Ohio Enrollment: 1,070 www.defiance.edu Earlham College Location: Richmond, Ind. Enrollment: 1,200 www.earlham.edu Franklin College Location: Franklin, Ind. Enrollment: 1,014 www.franklincollege.edu Hanover College Location: Hanover, Ind. Enrollment: 1,130 www.hanover.edu Manchester University Location: North Manchester, Ind. Enrollment: 1,223 www.manchester.edu College of Mount St. Joseph Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment: 2,300 www.msj.edu Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Location: Terre Haute, Ind. Enrollment: 1,900 www.rose-hulman.edu Transylvania University Location: Lexington, Kent. Enrollment: 1,100 www.transy.edu


2012/13 HCAC REVIEW Past Heartland Conference Champions Year Team Record 2012/13 Transylvania 16-2 2011/12 Hanover 16-2 Franklin 16-2 2010/11 Hanover 17-1 2009/10 Franklin 13-3 Transylvania 13-3 2008/09 Transylvania 14-2 2007/08 Anderson 12-4 Manchester 12-4 2006/07 Manchester 15-1 2005/06 Franklin 13-1 2004/05 Franklin 11-3 2003/04 Franklin 12-2 2002/03 Transylvania 12-2 2001/02 Anderson 12-2 2000/01 Defiance 12-0 1999/00 Franklin 10-2 Wilmington 10-2 1998/99 Wilmington 10-2 1997/98 DePauw 10-0 1996/97 Hanover 9-1 DePauw 9-1 1995/96 Franklin 9-1 1994/95 Franklin 8-0 1993/94 Franklin 8-0

2012/13 Final Standings

2012/13 HCAC Honorees

# Team HCAC All 1. Transylvania 16-2 21-6 2. Franklin 15-3 21-5 3. Hanover 12-6 21-8 4. Defiance 11-7 14-12 5. Manchester 9-9 11-16 6. Rose-Hulman 8-10 12-14 7. Bluffton 7-11 12-13 Anderson 7-11 8-17 9. Earlham 3-15 4-21 10. Mount St. Joseph 2-16 3-22

Player of the Year: Nicole Coffman, Transylvania, So., G Freshman of the Year: Katelyn Smith, Transylvania, G Coach of the Year: Greg Todd, Transylvania

All-Heartland Conference: Kim Comden, Defiance, Sr., C Erica King, Defiance, Jr., G Lindsay Rich, Franklin, Sr., G Courtney Prater, Hanover, Sr., F Alicia Hopkins, Hanover, So., G Nicole Coffman, Transylvania, So., G Amy Wuestefeld, Anderson, Sr., G Brooke Ruffer, Bluffton, Fr., F Jess Prewett, Franklin, Sr., C Erynn Meiklejohn, Manchester, Jr., F Kelsey Ploof, Rose-Hulman, Jr., F Katelyn Smith, Transylvania, Fr., G

Honorable Mention All-HCAC: Megan Zachrich, Defiance, So., G Bria Sneed, Earlham, Jr., G JaLissa Watt, Earlham, So., G Annie Tarkington, Franklin, Sr., G Lindsey Dall, Franklin, So., C Katie Gahimer, Hanover, Sr., F Katie Arterburn, Manchester, Fr., G Addie Johnson, Rose-Hulman, Fr., F Madisen Webb, Transylvania, So., G

All-Freshman Team: Brooke Ruffer, Bluffton, Fr., F Katie Arterburn, Manchester, Fr., G Tara Dennis, Mount St. Joseph, Fr., F Addie Johnson, Rose-Hulman, Fr., F Katelyn Smith, Transylvania, Fr., G

In 2012/13, Katie Gahimer was named the HCAC tournament most valuable player and received honorable mention recognition.

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2012/13 Hanover Statistics RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES (21-8) (8-3) (9-5) (4-0) CONFERENCE (12-6) (6-3) (6-3) (0-0) NON-CONFERENCE (9-2) (2-0) (3-2) (4-0)

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3-PTS

REBOUNDS

## Player GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 25 Prater, Courtney 29-28 685 23.6 179-342 .523 0-0 .000 118-165 .715 74 128 202 7.0 103 4 30 78 7 34 476 16.4 24 Hopkins, Alicia 29-29 860 29.7 112-259 .432 26-90 .289 120-152 .789 36 59 95 3.3 61 0 102 112 5 130 370 12.8 21 Gahimer, Katie 29-29 623 21.5 114-265 .430 29-81 .358 48-67 .716 41 113 154 5.3 87 6 40 62 28 40 305 10.5 15 Morse, Natalie 25-16 574 23.0 61-179 .341 22-83 .265 19-29 .655 11 50 61 2.4 23 1 60 74 4 31 163 6.5 14 Weddle, Elyse 28-1 439 15.7 52-119 .437 0-0 .000 76-126 .603 34 54 88 3.1 54 1 26 38 9 10 180 6.4 30 Watson, Shauna 29-28 844 29.1 46-123 .374 3-14 .214 50-73 .685 7 69 76 2.6 59 1 80 67 3 43 145 5.0 31 Bischoff, Caitlin 20-10 332 16.6 29-102 .284 11-49 .224 30-48 .625 10 24 34 1.7 18 0 21 34 2 47 99 5.0 04 Malloy, Ashley 29-0 373 12.9 29-69 .420 18-42 .429 28-37 .757 15 33 48 1.7 26 0 20 39 0 21 104 3.6 11 Caudill, Megan 28-0 225 8.0 25-76 .329 7-20 .350 33-51 .647 17 36 53 1.9 32 0 3 17 1 10 90 3.2 12 Brewer, Katie 25-3 197 7.9 18-82 .220 13-61 .213 10-16 .625 4 6 10 0.4 12 0 2 15 1 11 59 2.4 34 Pahren, Stephanie 29-1 359 12.4 27-82 .329 2-12 .167 8-14 .571 18 70 88 3.0 36 0 25 25 0 19 64 2.2 23 Tubb, Jade 23-0 138 6.0 9-35 .257 5-25 .200 8-13 .615 3 5 8 0.3 11 0 3 9 0.3 31 1 3 22 DeMoss, Liz 21-0 100 4.8 6-26 .231 0-1 .000 6-10 .600 9 6 15 0.7 7 0 2 8 2.2 18 0 9 10 Jones, Kelsey 9-0 40 4.4 2-11 .182 1-5 .200 2-3 .667 1 3 4 0.4 3 0 0 5 0.3 7 0 8 32 Taylor, Alexis 7-0 11 1.6 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2 5 7 1.0 1 0 2 1 0.0 5 0 7 20 Block, Kelsey 9-0 32 3.6 1-7 .143 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 0 1 1 0.1 10 0 1 3 0.2 4 0 4 42 Dilley, Ashlee 11-0 21 1.9 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 0.4 2 0 0 3 0.1 0 0 0 TEAM 49 52 101 3.9 14 Total 29 5853 712-1785 .399 138-487 .283 558-808 .691 348 738 1086 37.4 545 13 417 599 62 407 2120 73.1 Opponents 29 5852 701-1747 .401 144-459 .314 445-638 .697 393 818 1211 41.8 617 - 367 762 91 319 1991 68.7

2013/14 returnees in bold SCORE BY PERIODS: Hanover Opponents

1st 2nd OT Total 988 1109 23 2120 931 1035 25 1991

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

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HANOVER OPP 2120 73.1 +4.4 712-1785 .399 138-487 .283 4.8 558-808 .691 1086 37.4 -4.3 417 14.4 599 20.7 +5.6 0.7 407 14.0 62 2.1

1991 68.7 701-1747 .401 144-459 .314 5.0 445-638 .697 1211 41.8 367 12.7 762 26.3 0.5 319 11.0 91 3.1

DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE Nov. 16 vs. Adrian (Mich.) 76-66 Win Nov. 17 vs. Wittenberg (Ohio) 74-61 Win Nov. 27 @ Centre (Ky.) 74-72 Win Dec. 1 Manchester * 76-73 Loss Dec. 5 @ Franklin * 60-55 Win Dec. 8 @ Defiance (Ohio) * 85-80 Loss OT Dec. 15 @ Rose-Hulman * 55-43 Win Dec. 18 @ La Verne (Calif.) 109-104 Win Dec. 19 @ Redlands (Calif.) 90-74 Loss Dec. 28 vs. Centre (Ky.) 80-77 Win OT Dec. 29 vs. Mississippi College 80-74 Win Jan. 2 Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) * 75-55 Win Jan. 5 Bluffton (Ohio) * 84-69 Win Jan. 9 @ Transylvania (Ky.) * 95-66 Loss Jan. 12 Earlham * 72-53 Win Jan. 16 Anderson * 79-67 Win Jan. 19 Defiance (Ohio) * 88-76 Win Jan. 23 @ Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) * 84-76 Win Jan. 26 @ Manchester * 68-65 Win Jan. 30 Franklin * 62-56 Loss Feb. 2 @ Earlham * 67-50 Win Feb. 6 @ Anderson * 63-58 Loss Feb. 9 @ Bluffton (Ohio) * 73-66 Win Feb. 13 Transylvania (Ky.) * 61-55 Loss Feb. 16 Rose-Hulman * 74-63 Win Heartland Conference Tournament Feb. 22 vs. Rose-Hulman 70-58 Win Feb. 23 vs. Franklin - Semifinals 65-57 Win Win Feb. 24 @ Transylvania - Championship 83-66 @ NCAA III National Tournament Loss March 1 vs. Ohio Northern @ Holland, Mich. 86-68


Single-Season Records Free Throw % Leaders

Scoring Leaders (Points) # Name 1. Jennifer Skaggs (2000/01) 2. Molly Martin (2009/10) 3. Laura Little (2004/05) 4. Jennifer Skaggs (1999/00) 5. Molly Martin (2010/11) 6. Molly Martin (2008/09) 7. Courtney Prater (2012/13) 8. Kim Butrum (1988/89) 9. Julie Branstetter (1994/95) 10. Torin Franz (2010/11) 11. Julie Kirlin (1988/89) 12. Julie Branstetter (1993/94) 13. Angela Newkirk (2005/06) 14. Molly Martin (2007/08) 15. Tessa Bair (2003/04) 16. Tessa Wynn (2001/02)

Points PPG 562 21.6 520 19.3 496 19.1 482 18.5 488 18.1 480 18.5 476 16.4 457 19.9 450 18.8 447 16.6 442 19.2 437 19.9 415 16.0 407 15.1 406 15.6 403 15.5

Field Goal % Leaders Minimum of 200 Field Goal Attempts and a Minimum of 40%

# Name 1. Andrea Spurgeon (1999/00) 2. Amy Hackworthy (1996/97) 3. Molly Martin (2009/10) 4. Julie Branstetter (1993/94) 5. Molly Martin (2010/11) 6. Julie Kirlin (1988/89) 7. Jennifer Skaggs (1998/99) 8. Courtney Prater (2012/13) 9. Holly Vogel (2009/10) 10. Terry Sprinkle (1981/82) 11. Jennifer Skaggs (2000/01) 12. Susan Abel (1986/87) 13. Jennifer Skaggs (1999/00) 14. Kim Butrum (1986/87) 15. Andrea Spurgeon (1998/99) 16. Courtney Prater (2011/12) 17. Amy Hackworthy (1995/96) 18. Rachel Walters (2005/06) 19. Leslie Fryman (1997/98) 20. Kim Butrum (1987/88)

Collier Arena

FGM/A 134-241 114-238 209-387 119-253 182-340 191-320 140-266 179-342 106-204 141-275 235-460 121-234 209-416 121-238 106-217 144-296 114-238 98-206 101-214 98-208

FG % 55.60 54.10 54.00 53.90 53.50 53.40 52.60 52.30 52.00 51.30 51.10 51.00 50.20 50.00 48.80 48.60 47.90 47.60 47.20 47.10

Minimum of 100 Free-throw Attempts and a Minimum of 70%

# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Name Tessa Wynn (2000/01) Angela Newkirk (2005/06) Angela Newkirk (2003/04) Tessa Wynn (2002/03) Alicia Hopkins (2012/13) Alicia Smith (1995/96) Julie Branstetter (1994/95) Torin Franz (2010/11) Torin Franz (2008/09) Torin Franz (2009/10) Molly Martin (2010/11) Kim Butrum (1988/89) Julie Kirlin (1987/88) Julie Kirlin (1988/89) Julie Kirlin (1989/90) Alicia Smith (1997/98)

FTM/A 84-101 91-110 93-114 82-101 120-152 90-114 107-137 101-134 78-104 75-101 111-151 114-155 80-109 100-137 102-140 76-105

FT % 83.20 82.70 81.60 81.20 78.90 78.90 78.10 75.40 75.00 74.30 73.50 73.50 73.40 72.99 72.90 72.40

3-Point Field Goal % Leaders Minimum of 50 3pt Attempts and Minimum of 35%

# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Name Amy Macy (1995/96) Amy Macy (1997/98) Susan Abel (1988/89) Theresa Smith (1998/99) Michele Ward (1990/91) Caitlin Bishchoff (2011/12) Laura Little (2004/05) Dana Brock (2004/05) Tessa Bair (2002/03) Dana Brock (2003/04) Lacey Hornaday (2007/08) Alicia Smith (1996/97) Theresa Smith (2000/01) Janet Lucas (1992/93) Cissi White (1992/93) Traci Joslin (2002/03) Alicia Hopkins (2011/12) Torin Franz (2010/11) Alicia Smith (1994/95) Kendall Withered (2009/10)

3PTM/A 50-106 47-101 37-80 26-59 35-81 32-76 58-140 24-60 20-50 30-77 33-85 37-105 28-74 23-61 35-94 22-62 27-73 48-130 49-133 27-74

3pt % 47.20 46.56 46.30 44.10 43.20 42.10 41.40 40.00 40.00 39.00 38.80 38.30 37.80 37.70 37.50 37.10 37.00 36.90 36.80 36.48


Single-Season Records Assist Leaders # Name Assists 1. JoAnn Brouillette (1982/83) 126 2. Cissi White (1994/95) 124 3. Amy Macy (1998/99) 118 4. Amanda Schmahl (2005/06) 107 5. Kim Butrum (1988/89) 104 6. Amy Macy (1995/96) 103 7. Alicia Hopkins (2012/13) 102 8. Dana Brock (2003/04) 100 Micah Whitted (2007/08) 100 10. Abbey Schmahl (2011/12) 94 11. Cissi White (1993/94) 89 12. Kim Butrum (1986/87) 85 13. Carrie Hill (1999/00) 83 14. Cissi White (1992/93) 81 15. Shauna Watson (2012/13) 80 16. Micah Whitted (2009/10) 77

Blocked Shot Leaders # Name Blocks 1. Corey Roach (2004-05) 54 2. Chris Field (1984-85) 53 3. Nikki Gittings (2000-01) 49 4. Corey Roach (2003-04) 39 Molly Martin (2008-09) 39 6. Chris Field (1985-86) 38 Julie Branstetter (1993-94) 38 8. Chris Field (1987-88) 37 9. Alicia Smith (1996-97) 36 Chelle Bentz (2009-10) 36 11. Molly Martin (2010-11) 35 12. Chelle Bentz (2010-11) 34 Molly Martin (2007-08) 34 14. Jana Beers (1989-00) 33 15. Andrea Spurgeon (1999-00) 32 16. Molly Martin (2009-10) 31 17. Katie Gahimer (2012/13) 28 18. Kim Hardesty (2006-07) 26 Chelle Bentz (2008-09) 26 20. Kim Hardesty (2005-06) 25 Chris Field (1986-87) 25 Corey Roach (2002-03) 25

Rebounding Leaders # Name Rebs 1. Molly Martin (2007-08) 289 2. Molly Martin (2009-10) 287 3. Andrea Spurgeon (1999-00) 286 4. Molly Martin (2010-11) 263 5. Molly Martin (2008-09) 258 6. Rachel Walters (2008-09) 249 7. Rachel Walters (2006-07) 242 8. Julie Branstetter (1993-94) 235 9. Jennifer Skaggs (2000-01) 234 10. Jennifer Skaggs (1999-00) 232 11. Tessa Wynn (2001-02) 226 12. Julie Branstetter (1994-95) 222 13. Leslie Fryman (1997-98) 218 14. Rachel Walters (2005-06) 210 15. Tessa Wynn (2002-03) 203 Jennifer Skaggs (1998-99) 203 17. Courtney Prater (2012/13) 202 Corey Roach (2004-05) 202

Steals Leaders # Name Steals 1. Alicia Hopkins (2012/13) 130 2. Alicia Hopkins (2011/12) 93 3. Chelle Bentz (2010/11) 88 Kim Butrum (1988/89) 88 5. Julie Kirlin (1989/00) 86 6. Kim Butrum (1987/88) 79 7. Barb Van Meter (1977/78) 72 8. Kim Butrum (1986/87) 71 Cissi White (1991/92) 71 10. JoAnn Brouillette (1982/83) 63 Tessa Wynn (2002/03) 63 Amanda Schmahl (2005/06) 63 13. Tessa Bair (2003/04) 61 14. Cissi White (1992/93) 58 15. Abbey Schmahl (2011/12) 57 16. Tessa Bair (2004/05) 55 Tessa Wynn (2000/01) 55 18. Tessa Wynn (2001/02) 53 Amanda Howard (1994/95) 53 20. Amanda Howard (1996/97) 52 Cissi White (1994/95) 52 Chelle Bentz (2009/10) 52

As a sophomore, Alicia Hopkins became the first Hanover player to record more than 100 steals in a season (130).

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Career Records

Courtney Prater ranks among the top scorers and rebounders in school history. She was a four-time all-Heartland Conference selection and was the league’s freshman of the year in 2009/10.

Scoring Leaders # Name 1. Molly Martin (2007/2011) 2. Jennifer Skaggs (1997/2001) 3. Terry Sprinkle (1981/1984) 4. Alicia Smith (1994/1998) 5. Julie Branstetter (1991/1994) 6. Courtney Prater (2011/2013) 7. Torin Franz (2007/2011) 8. Tessa Wynn (1999/2003) 9. Laura Little (2001/2005) 10. Julie Kirlin (1986/1990) 11. Tessa Bair (2002/2005) 12. Angela Newkirk (2003/2006) 13. Kim Butrum (1986/1989) 14. Rachel Walters (2005/2009) 15. Theresa Smith (1997/2001) 16. Cissi White (1991/1995) 17. Andrea Spurgeon (1996/2000) 18. Chris Diaforli (1990/1994) 19. Amy Hackworthy (1993/1997) 20. Holly Vogel (2007/2011) 21. Leslie Fryman (1995/1999) 22. Amy Macy (1995/1999) 23. Amanda Howard (1994/1997) 24. Corey Roach (2001/2005) 25. Susan Abel (1986/1989)

Points 1,887 1,524 1,470 1,351 1,320 1,310 1,307 1,203 1,192 1,141 1,046 1,039 1,010 922 895 858 854 853 799 787 775 767 761 685 625

Rebounding Leaders # Name Rebounds 1. Molly Martin (2007/2011) 1,091 2. Rachel Walters (2005/2009) 823 3. Jennifer Skaggs (1997/2001) 773 4. Courtney Prater (2011/2013) 769 5. Andrea Spurgeon (1996/2000) 760 6. Julie Branstetter (1991/1994) 690 7. Tessa Wynn (1999/2003) 647 8. Amy Hackworthy (1993/1997) 621 9. Leslie Fryman (1995/1999) 612 10. Chelle Bentz (2007/2011) 591 11. Corey Roach (2001/2005) 572 12. Chris Diaforli (1990/1994) 521 13. Julie Kirlin (1986/1990) 488 14. Laura Little (2001/2005) 484

Blocked Shot Leaders

# Name Blocks 1. Corey Roach (2001/2005) 140 2. Molly Martin (2007/2011) 138 3. Nikki Gittings (1998/2002) 116 4. Chelle Bentz (2007/2011) 104 5. Julie Branstetter (1991/1994) 90 6. Alicia Smith (1994/1998) 82 7. Chris Diaforli (1990/1994) 75 8. Chris Field (1986/1988*) 62 9. Andrea Spurgeon (1996/2000) 59 10. Kim Hardesty (2004/2008) 53

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Hanover’s Season results Season All

Conf.

2012/13 21-8

12-6 (3rd) Molly Jones

Courtney Prater, Alicia Hopkins, Katie Gahimer (HM)

2011/12 21-5

16-2 (1st)

Molly Jones

Courtney Prater, Alicia Hopkins (1st & FR Team), Abbey Schmahl (HM)

2010/11 25-2

17-1 (1st)

Molly Jones

Molly Martin (MVP), Torin Franz, Holly Vogel, Chelle Bentz (HM)

2009/10 20-7

12-4 (3rd) Molly Jones

Molly Martin, Holly Vogel, Torin Franz (HM)

2008/09 18-9

10-6 (3rd) Molly Jones

Molly Martin, Rachel Walters, Torin Franz (HM), Abbey Schmahl (FR Team)

2007/08 15-11 9-7 (4th) 2006/07 3-21

Coach

Molly Jones

All-Conference Selections

Molly Martin, Lacey Hornaday, Torin Franz (HM)

1-15 (9th) Molly Jones Rachel Walters (HM)

2005/06 16-10 9-5 (3rd)

Molly Jones

Angela Newkirk, Amanda Schmahl (HM), Rachel Walters (HM)

2004/05 15-11 8-6 (4th)

Molly Jones

Laura Little, Tessa Bair, Corey Roach (HM)

2003/04 13-13 7-7 (5th)

Molly Jones

Laura Little, Tessa Bair

2002/03 10-14 6-8 (6th)

Molly Jones

Tessa Wynn, Laura Little, Tessa Bair (HM)

2001/02 11-15 6-8 (5th)

Molly Jones

Tessa Wynn, Laura Little (HM)

2000/01 17-9

10-2 (2nd) Molly Jones

1999/00 17-9

Jennifer Skaggs (MVP), Tessa Wynn (2nd)

7-5 (3rd)

Molly Jones

Jennifer Skaggs (MVP), Andrea Spurgeon

1998/99 13-12 7-5 (4th)

Molly Jones

Jennifer Skaggs, (2nd), Theresa Smith (2nd)

1997/98 14-12 5-5 (3rd)

Christa Snyder

Alicia Smith, Leslie Fryman (2nd), Andrea Spurgeon (HM)

1996/97 17-10 9-1 (1st)

Christa Snyder

Alicia Smith (MVP), Leslie Fryman, Amy Macy (HM)

1995/96 14-10 5-5 (3rd)

Christa Snyder

Alicia Smith, Amy Macy (HM), Amy Hackworthy (HM)

1994/95 10-14 4-4 (3rd)

Christa Snyder

Julie Branstetter, Alicia Smith-2nd Team, Amanda Howard (HM)

1993/94 7-15

1-7 (4th)

Christa Snyder

Julie Branstetter, Cissi White (HM), Chris Diaforli (HM)

1992/93 7-14

3-5 (3rd)

Mary Freeland

Julie Branstetter, Cissi White, Chris Diaforli

1991/92 4-17

2-10

Terry King

1990/91 5-14

2-7 (5th)

Terry King

Michele Ward

1989/90 4-19

Mary Freeland

Julie Kirlin, Jana Beers

1988/89 9-14

6-4 (3rd)

Mary Freeland

Kim Butrum, Susan Abel, Julie Kirlin

1987/88 9-14

4-4

Mary Freeland

Kim Butrum, Julie Kirlin (2nd)

1986/87 11-10 5-3 (2nd)

Mary Freeland

Kim Butrum, Susan Abel (2nd)

1985/86 10-11 4-4 (3rd)

Mary Freeland

Shelly McElyea, Marva Alstott (2nd)

1984/85 6-14

Mary Freeland

1983/84 10-8

Mary Freeland

1982/83 11-8

Mary Freeland

1981/82 5-12

Mary Freeland

1980/81 12-13

Connie Fox

1979/80 7-7

Connie Fox

1978/79 12-5

Connie Fox

1977/78 7-4

Connie Fox

1976/77 3-8

Connie Fox

1975/76 4-9

Charlene Agne

1974/75 NA

Charlene Agne

1973/74 1-8

Charlene Agne

1972/73 1-8

Charlene Agne

1971/72 2-7

Charlene Agne

1970/71 4-3

Wanda Leffler

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Hanover’s 2012/13 squad posted a 21-8 record and earned the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament title with three wins in three days. The Panthers advanced to the program’s third berth in the NCAA III tournament and second in three seasons.


Hanover’s Collier Arena Collier Arena is the home for Hanover College basketball. Located inside the John and Anne Horner Health and Recreation Center, the complex is one of the finest small-college facilities in the nation. Opened in 1995, the Horner Center is a vital part of campus life for the entire campus community. Centrally located, the facility houses an arena, a fieldhouse, a 6,000-square-foot weight training and fitness room, an athletic training area, an indoor running track, racquetball courts and state-of-the-art classrooms. Collier Arena, named in honor of hall-of-fame basketball coach John Collier, has been the Panthers’ home court for the past 14 seasons. The climatecontrolled facility seats 2,000 fans for basketball and can hold up to 2,400 for concerts and lectures.

Season Years

All At Games Home

2012/13 21-8 2011/12 21-5 2010/11 25-2 2009/10 20-7 2008/09 18-9 2007/08 16-11 2006/07 3-21 2005/06 16-10 2004/05 15-11 2003/04 13-13 2002/03 10-14 2001/02 11-15 2000/01 17-9 1999/00 17-9 1998/99 13-12 1997/98 14-12 1996/97 17-10 1995/96 14-10

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

Hanover in Collier Arena Hanover’s women’s basketball program moved from Lynn Hall to Collier Arena prior to the start of the 1995/96 season. The Panthers finished 8-4 at home in the inaugural season in Collier Arena. The program has posted a 13765 record in the building through its first 18 seasons, including an 8-3 record at home last season.


2013/14 Hanover College Schedule Nov. 15-16 @ Transylvania (Ky.) Classic Nov. 15 vs. Maryville (Tenn.) 8 p.m. Nov. 16 vs. Adrian (Mich.) 1 p.m. Nov. 22-23 @ Mount Union M-Club Shootout Nov. 22 vs. Denison (Ohio) 5 p.m. Nov. 23 @ Mount Union (Ohio) 5 p.m. Dec. 4 @ Franklin * 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 @ Anderson * 2 p.m. Dec. 14 Earlham * 1 p.m. Dec. 17 Centre (Ky.) 7:30 p.m. Dec. 29-30 @ DePauw Tournament Dec. 29 vs. Ithaca (N.Y.) 3 p.m. Dec. 30 vs. DePauw or Alma (Mich.) TBD Jan. 4 Defiance (Ohio) * 1 p.m. Jan. 8 Transylvania (Ky.) * 7:30 p.m. Jan. 11 @ Bluffton (Ohio) * 1 p.m. Jan. 15 Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) * 7:30 p.m. Jan. 18 Manchester * 5 p.m. Jan. 22 @ Rose-Hulman * 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25 @ Defiance (Ohio) * 1 p.m. Jan. 29 @ Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1 Bluffton (Ohio) * 2 p.m. Feb. 5 Franklin * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8 @ Earlham * 2 p.m. Feb. 12 Rose-Hulman * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 15 Anderson * 2 p.m. Feb. 19 @ Transylvania (Ky.) * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22 @ Manchester * 1 p.m. Feb. 28-Mar. 2 @ HCAC Tournament TBD * denotes Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference games

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