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HOFS TRA 2013

2014

W O M E N ’S B A S K E T B A L L


TAIN P A C TE AM E UKU Y E N O ANMA


TAB LE OF CON TE N TS Table of Contents

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2013-14 Quick Facts

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2012-13 Highlights

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Hofstra Highlights

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Game Day

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Community Involvement

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Mack Sports Complex

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2013-14 Opponents

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This is Hofstra University

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Hofstra President

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University Senior Administration

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Director of Athletics

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New York City

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Athletic Administration and Head Coaches

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Long Island

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Team Travel

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Athletic Academic Support

12

Basketball Camp

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Strength and Conditioning

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Player Development

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2012-13 Statistics and Results

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Athletic Training

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2012-13 Game-by-Game Team Statistics

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2012-13 Individual Statistics

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The Last Time

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2012-13 Team Highs and Lows

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2012-13 Trivia

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The Colonial Athletic Association

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2012-13 Colonial Athletic Association Review

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2013-14 CAA Composite Schedule

82

Hofstra Record Book

84

Hofstra in Postseason Play

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Hofstra Women’s Basketball Alumnae

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Pride in the Pros

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Nike 17 Head Coach Krista Kilburn-Steveskey

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Assistant Coach Faisal Khan

21

Assistant Coach Denise King

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Assistant Coach Adia Revell

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Director of Women’s Basketball Operations Michael Gibson

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Support Staff

25

2013-14 Roster

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2013-14 Outlook

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Anma Onyeuku

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Annie Payton

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McKenzie Kudron

34

Andreana Thomas

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Year-by-Year Coaching Records

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Alexis Carter

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Hofstra Women’s Basketball Series Records

99

Sydni Epps

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Hofstra Basketball Year-by-Year Results

100

Asia Jackson

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Media Information

112

Ruth Sherrill

44

Media Outlets

114

Dee Thomas-Palmer

46

Jakelle King-Gilchrist

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CAA Championship

115

Elo Edeferioka

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NCAA Bracket

116

Kelly Loftus

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Campus Map/Getting to Hofstra

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Krystal Luciano

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Pride Snapshots

118

Radio/TV Chart

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2013-14 HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY WOME N’S

BASKE TBALL QUICK FAC TS Location: Hempstead, New York 11549 Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 11,090 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Home Court: David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex (5,023) Press Row Phone: (516) 463-7725 President: Stuart Rabinowitz Faculty Athletics Representative: Dr. Michael Barnes Vice President and Director of Athletics: Jeffrey A. Hathaway Deputy Director of Athletics: Dino Mattessich Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Cindy Lewis Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Facilities: Jay Artinian Associate Director of Athletics/Communications: Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services: Jim Gibbons Assistant Director of Athletics/Marketing and Promotions:

Chrissy Arnone Assistant Director of Athletics/Ticket Operations: Maria Corvino Assistant Director of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services: Samantha Sweeney Assistant Director of Athletics/Administration: Rachel August Assistant Director of Athletics/Student-Athlete Services and Life Skills Development: James Lally Athletic Department Phone: (516) 463-6750 Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Office Phone: (516) 463-4933 E-mail Address: Stephen.A.Gorchov@hofstra.edu Senior Sports Information Director: Jim Sheehan Office Phone: (516) 463-6764 E-mail Address: Jim.B.Sheehan@hofstra.edu

Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications: Brian Bohl (Women’s Basketball Contact) Office Phone: (516) 463-6759 Cell Phone: (516) 408-8214 E-mail Address: Brian.K.Bohl@hofstra.edu Director of Athletic Publications: Len Skoros Office Phone: (516) 463-4602 E-mail Address: Leonard.M.Skoros@hofstra.edu Athletic Communications Fax: (516) 463-5033 Radio: WRHU (88.7 FM) Website: GoHofstra.com Photographers: Brian Ballweg, Kathy Kmonicek, Jim Hogue,

Anthony Hall, Zack Lane

BASKE TBALL INFORMATION Head Basketball Coach: Krista Kilburn-Steveskey

(North Carolina State, 1990) Record at Hofstra: 119-102/Eighth Year Overall College Coaching Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Denise King (Rhode Island, 2004), Faisal Khan

(Maryland, Baltimore County, 1999), Adia Revell (Columbia, 2005) Director of Basketball Operations: Michael Gibson

(Boston College, 2008) Women’s Basketball Athletic Trainer: David Riviere (Hofstra, 2006) Basketball Office Phone: (516) 463-HOOP Basketball Secretary: Clarice Smith Best Time to Call: Contact SID 2012-13 Record: 14-17 2012-13 Conference Record/ Finish: 9-9/6th 2012-13 Postseason: None Players Returning: 9 Players Lost: 3 Starter Returning: 3 Starters Lost: 2 Newcomers: 4

HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY WOME N’S BASKE TBALL PERSONNE L STARTER RETURNING (3) - starts in parentheses Name Pos. Cl. Ht. PPG RPG APG Other Anma Onyeuku (29) F Sr. 5-10 9.4 5.6 0.6 Finished third in CAA in FG percentage Andreana Thomas (31) G Jr. 5-4 9.1 3.6 6.6 Led the CAA in assists Asia Jackson (13) G So. 5-1 4.8 1.8 1.7 OTHER RETURNING PLAYERS (6) - starts in parentheses Name Pos. Cl. Ht. PPG RPG APG Alexis Carter (2) G So. 5-8 1.8 1.2 0.3 McKenzie Kudron F/C R-Jr. 6-3 0.0 0.8 0.0 Sydni Epps G So. 5-11 1.5 1.4 0.2 Ruth Sherrill F So. 6-0 0.6 1.1 0.0 Annie Payton (10) G/F Sr. 5-9 8.5 2.1 1.5 Dee Thomas-Palmer F So. 6-0 0.9 1.0 0.0

NEWCOMERS (4) Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/ High School/Previous Kelly Loftus G Fr. 5-10 Alexandria, VA/ Mount Vernon Elo Adeferioka F Fr. 6-3 Warri, Nigeria/Life Center Academy Krystal Luciano G Fr. 5-5 San Juan, Puerto Rico/ Colegio San Antonio Jakelle King-Gilchrist G So. 5-9 Teaneck, NJ/Teaneck/ Florida State PLAYERS LOST (3) - starts in parentheses Name Pos. PPG RPG APG Shante Evans (31) F 16.1 11.5 1.9 Candace Bond (31) G 7.8 5.1 1.5 Deven Green (8) F 5.6 3.1 0.3

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2012-13 HIGHLIGH TS

SHANTE EVANS, WHO SET SCHOOL RECORDS FOR POINTS AND REBOUNDS, HAD HER #30 JERSEY RETIRED DURING A PREGAME CEREMONY ON SENIOR DAY

CANDACE BOND WAS NAMED THE COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SHANTE EVANS WAS AN ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICAN FOR THE THIRD CONSECUTIVE SEASON AND ADDED HER FOURTH ALLCOLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HONOR (PICTURED HERE WITH CAA COMMISSIONER TOM YEAGER) AS WELL THE PRIDE WON THE 2012 NEW YORK LIFE INVITATIONAL WITH WINS OVER MISSISSIPPI AND NORTHWESTERN

ANDREANA THOMAS LED THE COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IN ASSISTS

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HI G H L I G H T S

WRHU, HOFSTRA’S RADIO STATION, WAS RECENTLY RATED THE FIFTH BEST COLLEGE RADIO STATION IN THE NATION BY THE PRINCETON REVIEW.

HOFSTRA HOSTED A PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE ON OCTOBER 16, 2012, AND BROUGHT A SLATE OF TOP POLITICAL STRATEGISTS, ACTIVISTS, SCHOLARS AND JOURNALISTS TO CAMPUS AS PART OF AN ELECTIONTHEMED EVENT SERIES. POP SINGER KE$HA HEADLINED VIBE LIVE DURING THE 2013 FALL FESTIVAL

HOFSTRA CELEBRATED ITS DUTCH ROOTS WITH THE 30TH ANNUAL DUTCH FESTIVAL ON MAY 5, 2013.

THE PRINCETON REVIEW RECENTLY NAMED THE ZARB SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ONE OF ITS “GREAT SCHOOLS FOR MARKETING AND SALES MAJORS”

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HI G H L I G H T S

HOFSTRA IS JUST 25 MILES FROM NEW YORK CITY.

HOFSTRA NAMED ITS SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION FOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS LAWRENCE HERBERT, THE INVENTOR OF THE PANTONE COLOR MATCHING SYSTEM, TO HONOR HIS GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE UNIVERSITY AND HIS REVOLUTIONARY IMPACT ON PRINT AND DESIGN.

APPROXIMATELY 2,000 UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND LAW STUDENTS CELEBRATED THE COMPLETION OF THEIR STUDIES DURING FOUR SEPARATE GRADUATION EXERCISES IN MAY 2013.

THE HOFSTRA COMMUNITY RAISED MORE THAN $111,000 FOR THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY AS PART OF THE ANNUAL RELAY FOR LIFE, SETTING A NEW RECORD FOR THE HOFSTRA EVENT.

THEN-NEWARK MAYOR CORY BOOKER WAS THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR HOFSTRA’S ANNUAL P.R.I.D.E. WEEK.

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GAME

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COM M UNI TY INVOLVE ME N T

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ofstra student-athletes are an integral part of the local community and the women’s basketball program’s outreach program grows bigger each year.

The team invites local youth groups to play at halftime of home games. After home games, the team holds autograph sessions and interacts with the fans. The team is also active with local Girl Scout groups and has hosted many troops at games during the season. The Pride also lends their time and efforts to charitable and educational causes. Hofstra players and staff are frequent visitors to area schools to participate in reading programs. Each season the team takes part in the What I Want To Be promotion, hosting more than 1,000 elementary school children at a special weekday afternoon game. Prior to the game, the students learned about various jobs and careers through presentations made by University staff and students. The women’s basketball team also hosts a Family Fun Day that featured bounce houses, games and food samples from local restaurants. The team also visits local youth basketball programs and instructs younger players on the finer points of the game. The program is active in the Special Olympics program, hosting clinics and halftime games. Coach Kilburn-Steveskey takes part in the annual Polar Plunge in the icy waters of the Atlantic Ocean to raise funds for the Special Olympics of New York. The Pride also participates in holiday toy drives and volunteers with the Salvation Army and at local soup kitchens to serve those who are less fortunate. Over the last several years, the program has helped raise money to be donated to the Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN). Hofstra has also partnered with the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and the American Cancer Society for Think Pink Day to raise awareness for breast cancer. The team wears black t-shirts with a pink ribbon on the front during warm-ups as well as pink shoelaces and pink uniforms in support of breast cancer awareness. In addition, Coach Kilburn-Steveskey takes part in the annual 4Kay Golf Classic presented by Nike. The event featured 153 women’s basketball coaches, administrators and supporters of the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund, in partnership with The V Foundation for Cancer Research and raised more than $350,000 for women’s cancers research. Pride student-athletes also were active in the community following Super Storm Sandy in 2012, which devastated many areas on Long Island. Team members assisted rebuilding efforts in many ways, including clothing, food and supply drives as well as assisting in the cleanup of affected areas.

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MACK SPOR TS COMPLE X

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n January 2, 2000 the Hofstra Basketball programs moved into the 5,023-seat Hofstra Arena, which was renamed the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition complex in 2006. Construction of the $15 million, 93,000 square-foot facility began in the fall of 1998 and was completed in December 1999. The Complex houses the Hofstra Basketball and Wrestling teams, and also hosts commencements, exhibitions, trade shows, concerts and other special events. “Mr. Mack has been extremely generous to Hofstra over the years, and the David S. Mack Arena will serve as just the latest reminder on our campus of that generosity,” said Hofstra University President Stuart Rabinowitz, referring to the David S. and Sondra Mack Student Center and Mack Hall, which houses the University Club. In October 2012 the debate between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney was held in the Mack Sorts Complex, marking the second presidential debate held in the building. In October 2008 the Mack Sports Complex hosted the third and final debate between presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain. The Mack Sports Complex has also hosted performances by NBC Late Night talk show host and comedian Jimmy Fallon, comedians Louis C.K. and Aziz Ansari, musical artist Justin Bieber, as well as the 2010 New York Gubernatorial Debate. The Mack Sports Complex includes fullchair back seating for spectators in an arena configuration. The air-conditioned facility is equipped with a state-of-the-art electronic scoreboard, men’s and women’s locker rooms, a media room, an athletic training room, a large weight room, dressing rooms for stage events, four concession stands, five ticket windows, six luxury boxes and offices for Hofstra’s athletic administration and basketball staffs.

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MACK SPOR TS COMPLE X MACK SPORTS COMPLEX RECORDS

INDI VIDUAL Points: 33, Shante Evans vs. George Mason, 1-31-13 Opponent: 42, by Elena Delle Donne (Delaware), 2-16-12 Rebounds: 23, Shante Evans vs. George Mason (twice), 2-24-11, 1-31-13 Opponent: 17, three times, most recently by Tiffany Benson (William & Mary), 1-18-09 Assists: 13, Candice Bellocchio vs. Princeton, 12-29-11; Andreana Thomas vs. Old Dominion, 1-20-13 Opponent: 11, twice, most recently by Shade Smith (UNC), 1-25-07 Steals: 9, Candace Bond vs. Princeton, 12-29-11 Opponent: 8, by Shanae Baker-Brice (Towson), 1-15-09 Blocks: 9, Vanessa Gidden vs. William & Mary, 2-6-05 Opponent: 11, Marcquitta Head (Georgia State), 12-3-06

TE AM Points: 94 vs. Seton Hall, 12-1-11 Opponent: 99 by Old Dominion, 2-16-03 Fewest Points Scored: 41 vs. Drexel, 1-14-10 Fewest Points Allowed: 37 by Northeastern, 2-28-10 Victory Margin: 33, twice, most recently vs. Rider, 11-26-06

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NE W YORK CI TY

ABOUT NEW YORK CITY… Hofstra is located only 25 30 miles from New York City – the capital of culture and finance. You can visit Carnegie Hall, South Street Seaport, Hard Rock Café, Grand Central Station, Central Park, NBC Studios in Rockefeller Center, Little Italy or Chinatown.

• Study the world’s finest sculptures and paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. • Go and cheer along with the crowd at a Yankees, Mets, Rangers, Nets or Knicks game. • Wave at the TV cameras in the street-level studios of FOX, CNN, NBC, CBS or ABC. • Walk through the financial capital of the world at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. • Take the subway to Coney Island for a Nathan’s hot dog and a ride on the Cyclone, the last of the great wooden rollercoasters. • Get half-priced tickets to Broadway’s finest shows at the TKTS booth in a new, glittering Times Square.

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LONG ISLAND

ABOUT LONG ISLAND… ABOUT ISLAND… Long Island hasLONG a rich history as an active, vibrant community, a summer playground,

and home to some New York’s prominent Long Island has a of rich history as most an active, vibrantfamilies. community, a summer playground, and home to some of New York’s most prominent families. Five distinct regions make up Long Island: • North Shore, otherwise known as the Gold Coast, with dozens of historic sites dating back to colonial days and Gatsby-era mansions. • South Shore, the Island’s spectator sports and entertainment center, with worldfamous Jones and Fire Island Beaches, and home to the New York Islanders. • Central Suffolk, with beautiful forests and natural inlets, the world’s largest factory outlet center and a huge water park. • North Fork, with an array of vineyards, waterfront ports and farm stands. • South Fork, widely known as “The Hamptons,” with its pristine beaches and exclusive villages. You can catch a Hofstra shuttle bus to Jones Beach – a state park with six miles of gorgeous coastline, a boardwalk, swimming pools, golf and outdoor concerts. With everything from :

• museums, historical sites and lighthouses, • to sophisticated malls, designer outlets and shopping villages, • to wineries and farm stands, • to family fun parks, aquariums and zoos,

...there is plenty to do on Long Island!

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ATHLE TIC ACADEMIC SUPPOR T

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ofstra University is committed to the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence. The University views participation in intercollegiate athletics as benefiting the student-athlete in an educationally enhancing experience beyond any other opportunity available. Hofstra also realizes the time commitment made by student-athletes and has committed the facilities and resources to support all students. The University Tutorial Program (UTP) provides free tutoring in every subject area to any Hofstra student. Students are able to obtain up to 1 1/2 hours of individual tutorial assistance per week for up to three courses. They are also able to utilize the various help labs on campus, which specialize in providing assistance in writing, business and QM, and biology and chemistry. In addition to this service, student-athletes are assigned an academic advisor, through the Center for University Advisement, who helps address the various needs of student‑athletes. The academic advisor emphasizes four areas in their efforts to ensure the academic success of Hofstra’s student-athletes. Area one is academic counseling. Services are provided in the areas of academic planning, career planning, personal counseling, and campus and community referrals. The advisor also meets with prospective student‑athletes, at the coach’s request, to share the many benefits of a Hofstra University education. Area two is academic advising. The academic advisor serves as the primary advisor for first-year and undecided student-athletes, and also assists upperclassmen who have declared a major. Area three is academic monitoring. The advisor monitors the academic progress of student‑athletes to ensure compliance with Hofstra University, NCAA and conference regulations. The advisor’s regular communication with the faculty and coaches provide

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opportunities for early intervention should academic difficulties arise. Area four is study halls. The University Tutorial Program supports athletic study halls by providing tutors in various subjects as necessary. The academic advisors also assess the needs of individual student‑athletes to provide the most effective study environment. The assessment tool administered by the Center for University Advisement is also used to provide various enrichment seminars for the student‑athletes such as time management, writing skills, campus resources, and surviving the college transition. In 2010 The Fried Family StudentAthlete Development Center was opened on the second level of the James M. Shuart Stadium Building. The center houses the offices of the StudentAthlete Services Staff, as well as a large computer lab with printer access for use by Hofstra student-athletes, a quiet study area with wireless internet access and two group study/tutor rooms with power point access and white boards.


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he Hofstra University Strength and Conditioning Program supports the missions of both the Department of Athletics and the University. The mission of the Hofstra University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is to sponsor a broad-based athletics program, which positively reflects the interests and values of the institution’s students, faculty, administration, alumni and friends who support its many initiatives. The primary objective of the athletics program is to provide studentathletes with the opportunity to excel in the academic environment and in athletic competition. By recruiting men and women of academic quality, good character, and high athletic ability, the athletics program fosters among its students a sense of leadership, discipline, mutual trust and social responsibility. In addition, Hofstra’s Strength and Conditioning Program is committed to the development of student-athletes with the intention of enhancing their overall athletic potential through ground based tri-planar movements while reducing their risk of injury. It is our belief that implementing a functional, sport-specific and individualized program will provide our student-athletes the underlying structure required to perform at their optimal level of play.

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PLAYER DE VE LOP ME N T

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AT HLE TIC TRAINING

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hrough a comprehensive athletic training program, Hofstra University student-athletes are provided excellent health care during their time at the University. A coordinated effort between the University Health and Wellness Center, the Athletic Department and outside health care providers ensures every student-athlete the best medical attention possible. University student-athletes have direct access to a myriad of health care services. Managing the coverage of every practice and competition event is Hofstra University’s athletic training staff, which is led by Head Athletic Trainer Evan Malings and features six full-time athletic trainers and numerous student athletic trainers. The athletic trainers provide injury management, rehabilitation and treatment to the entire Athletic program. Utilizing three state-of-the-art athletic training rooms, these professionals work tirelessly to ensure the safe participation of Hofstra’s student-athletes and to return injured athletes to play quickly and safely. Supporting the athletic trainers is medical director Dr. Michael Yorio and his team at Pro Health Care, Inc. Dr. Yorio is in his sixth year on Hofstra’s medical team. Yorio is an internist with specialized training in sports medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree at Villanova University, and received his medical degree from the SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse. Yorio previously served as a sports medicine fellow with the University of Maryland Orthopedics. Prior to that, he was a resident physician in internal medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Yorio was named the Director of Player Medical Services for the 2008 U.S. Open Tennis Tournament in Flushing, New York, and is on the medical staff for the New York Islanders. He also worked as a team physician for the University of Maryland from 2003 to 2005. Physical therapist John Finneran of Peak Performance also aids in Hofstra’s student-athlete care. Hofstra University sponsors a fully accredited, highly competitive undergraduate degree program for athletic training majors, in which Hofstra student athletic trainers participate in all aspects of the health care system.

EVAN MALINGS

Head Athletic Trainer

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DR. MICHAEL YORIO

DAVID RIVIERE

Team Physician

Women’s Basketball Athletic Trainer


HE ADING TE X T

IT STARTS WITH THE FUSE THAT THE GAME LIGHTS INSIDE US. PASSION IS EXCHANGED BETWEEN THE COURT AND THE STANDS. ENERGY BECOMES SYNERGY. OUR UNCOMMON DESIRE BECOMES OUR COMMON GROUND. BECAUSE THIS SEASON, IT'S ABOUT INTENSITY. IT'S DRIVEN BY INNOVATION THAT ELEVATES, THAT WILL RISE. AND SPEED TH THE GAME WILL BECOME FASTER,  AND PRIDE WILL BURN HOTTER. IN ARENAS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, INTENSITY WILL INSPIRE COLLEGE FANS AND COLLEGE PLAYERS TO UNITE AS ONE.

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rista KilburnSteveskey, who signed a multi-year extension in October, is in her eighth season as Hofstra’s head coach in 2013-14. She has averaged 17 wins per season since arriving on campus in 2006 while posting five winning seasons and leading the Pride to three appearances in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. With a 119-102 career record, Kilburn-Steveskey stands second on the Pride’s all-time wins list and her .538 winning percentage is fourth all-time. Kilburn-Steveskey, who was named the 11th head women’s basketball coach at Hofstra University on May 16, 2006, led the Pride to the WNIT in 2007, 2010 and 2012, with a trip to the quarterfinals in 2007 and a second round visit in 2010. She also steered Hofstra to a team Division I-record 26 victories in 2006-07. She has also coached the first Associated Press All-American in program history and has coached a CAA Rookie of the Year, four CAA All-Rookie Team members and five players who have earned All-CAA selections (resulting in eight All-CAA team picks overall with Shante Evans garnering three first-team picks and a second-team selection in her career). In 2012-13 Candace Bond became the first Hofstra player

to win the CAA’s Defensive Player of the Year Award under KilburnSteveskey. Hofstra has also been successful off the court under KilburnSteveskey’s watch, as 26 student-athletes have been named to the CAA All-Academic Team. She and her teams have been highly active in charitable endeavors, supporting a multitude of causes, both locally and nationally. Kilburn-Steveskey is active with the Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN), a Long Island based food pantry. On a broader scope, Kilburn-Steveskey is a supporter of the WBCA’s Think Pink campaign and also participates in the annual 4Kay Golf Classic in honor of her former North Carolina State Coach Kay Yow. Evans, who was recruited by Kilburn-Steveskey, capped her collegiate career in impressive fashion in 2012-13 by setting Hofstra career records for points and rebounds while earning her third consecutive first team All-Met selection in 2013. The three-time honorable mention All-America selection set the CAA’s all-time leading rebounding mark with 1,348 and had the most double-doubles (69) of any active Division I player before exhausting her eligibility. Hofstra retired Evans’ No. 30 jersey before her final collegiate home game versus UNCW on March 3. In 2012-13, Bond was named the top defensive player and all-defensive team selection after ranking in the league’s top-four in steals for the third consecutive season. The 2010-11 Hofstra squad went 19-12 and Evans was named an Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, becoming the first AP All-American in program history. In addition, Evans was named to the USA Basketball team that competed at the Pan American Games in October. She was the first Hofstra Women’s Basketball player to represent USA Basketball in international competition. She was also named to the All-CAA first team and became the first sophomore in school history to reach the 1,000-point plateau. Evans went on to become the first 2,000-point scorer in Hofstra history. Hofstra compiled a 20-14 record in 2009-10 and the team upset Penn State on the road in the first round of the WNIT. The 2009-10 season also saw the emergence of Evans, who became the first Pride freshman to lead the team in scoring and rebounding since 1992-93. Kilburn-Steveskey took over a squad that posted 19 wins the year before she arrived (2005-06) and had made its first-ever Division I postseason appearance in the WNIT. Her 2006-07 squad took that success up a notch, finishing the year with a 26-8 record and advancing

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to the WNIT Quarterfinals with wins over Seton Hall and South Carolina. The team set records (Division I era only) for wins in a season, road wins (13), conference wins (13) and home wins (12). The 13 road wins led the nation and Hofstra’s semifinal appearance in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament marked the first time since 1991 and 1992 that the Pride advanced to the semifinals of its conference tournament in back-to-back seasons. In arguably the greatest season in school history, Kilburn-Steveskey guided Hofstra to wins over teams from the Big 10 (Michigan State), Big East (Seton Hall) and Southeastern (South Carolina) conferences. In addition, the Pride’s stunning win over then-#17 Michigan State was Hofstra’s first-ever over a ranked opponent. Hofstra also notched the two longest win streaks in school history in 2006-07, as the team had streaks of 10 and eight games during the season. An 11-game home court win streak ranks as the longest in program history as well. In addition, Kilburn-Steveskey coached two all-conference selections in Cigi McCollin and Vanessa Gidden, and freshman Sam Brigham was named CAA All-Rookie. McCollin and Gidden also earned AllMetropolitan New York second team honors following the season. For her efforts Kilburn-Steveskey was the inaugural recipient of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Maggie Dixon Award in 2007, which is presented to the top first-year head coach in the nation. After a rebuilding year in 2007-08 Kilburn-Steveskey led her charges to a 16-14 campaign in 2008-09, and the 11-game improvement from the 2007-08 season ranked as the fourth-best in the nation. Prior to coming to Hofstra, Kilburn-Steveskey was a member of the James Madison staff for four years and coordinated the Dukes recruiting and scheduling, as well as assisting with all facets of the Dukes’ program. She was instrumental in the recruitment of Tamera Young, a two-time All-CAA first team selection. Her strong play earned her an invitation to the USA U20 Women’s National Basketball Team Trials. She also helped recruit and develop Meredith Alexis, who was also a first team All-CAA selection and is James Madison’s career leader in points and rebounds.

No stranger to the New York area while at James Madison, KilburnSteveskey was involved in the successful recruiting of three New York City players - Lesley Dickinson (Christ the King), Jasmin Lawrence (Francis Lewis) and Kisha Stokes (Bergtraum). In Kilburn-Steveskey’s last two seasons in Harrisonburg, James Madison won a total of 42 games and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship game in 2005-06 and to the semifinals in 2004-05. The 42 wins were, at the time, the most in backto-back years for the Dukes since the program won 22 games in 1994-95 and 21 games the following season.  In 2005-06 JMU went 24-7 and earned a bid to the WNIT. The 24 wins were the programs most since a 26-win campaign in 1990-91 and it marked James Madison’s first postseason appearance since the 2000-01 season. Before taking her position at James Madison, Kilburn-Steveskey was a highly successful coach on the high school level, coaching the Wheeler High School girls’ basketball team in Marietta, Georgia, from 1996 through 2002. In her six seasons at Wheeler, Kilburn-Steveskey compiled a stellar 143-38 record (.790 winning percentage) and won the 1998 AAAA state championship. She also led the team to a state quarterfinals appearance in 2001 and to the round of 16 in 1999 and 2000. Wheeler also won regional championships in 1998 and 2001. Kilburn-Steveskey was named the 1998 Georgia AAAA Coach of the Year and also earned North Georgia, Cobb County and Marietta Daily Journal Coach of the Year that same year. She was the Region 6 AAAA Coach of the Year from 1997 through 2001 and was the recipient of the 1999 Paula Wandell Coach of the Year Award. Prior to her tenure at Wheeler, Kilburn-Steveskey was the head girls’ volleyball coach, the assistant girls’ varsity basketball coach and the head junior varsity girls’ basketball coach at Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Georgia, from 1992 to 1996. Kilburn-Steveskey is a 1990 graduate of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she was coached by the legendary

ZETA (L) AND BENNY (R)

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KRIS TA KILB URN-S TE VESKEY Yow and served as team captain during her senior year. In her four years at NC State, the Wolfpack compiled an 83-37 record and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1987, 1989 and 1990. The 1990 squad posted a 25-6 record, won the regular season ACC championship and was ranked 11th in the nation by the Associated Press. Following her senior season, Kilburn-Steveskey received the prestigious North Carolina State University Alumni Association Athlete of the Year Award. Following her collegiate career at North Carolina State, KilburnSteveskey was a member of USA Basketball’s Women’s R. William Jones Cup squad that competed in Taipei, Taiwan, in the summer of 1990. Kilburn-Steveskey, who holds a degree in speech communication from NC State, earned her Master of Education with a concentration in special education from the State University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia, in 1996. COACH KILBURN-STEVESKY AND HER HUSBAND CHUCK.

A standout at Fayette County High School in Fayetteville, Georgia, Kilburn-Steveskey was inducted into the school’s hall of fame in 1999.

KRIS TA KILB URN-S TE VESKEY

YE AR-BY-YE AR 2006-07 Hofstra 2007-08 Hofstra 2008-09 Hofstra 2009-10 Hofstra 2010-11 Hofstra 2011-12 Hofstra 2012-13 Hofstra

26-8 (WNIT Quarters) 5-25 16-14 20-14 (WNIT Second Round) 19-12 19-12 (WNIT First Round) 14-17

Career

119-102

Seven Years

T HE KRIS TA KILB URN-S TE VESKEY

FILE

Date Hired: May 16, 2006 Family: Husband: Chuck  Place of Birth: Fayetteville, Georgia Date of Birth: June 28, 1968 Education: North Carolina State (B.A., speech communication,

1990); West Georgia (M.Ed., special education, 1996) College Athletic Experience: Basketball (North Carolina State,

1986-90) Playing Honors: Team Captain (1990), USA Basketball’s William R.

Jones Cup (1990) Coaching Experience: Sandy Creek High School (assistant girls’

varsity/head junior varsity coach, 1992-96); Wheeler High School (head coach, 1996-2002), James Madison (assistant coach, 2002-05, associate head coach, 2005-06); Hofstra University (head coach, 2006- ) Coaching Accolades: Georgia Region 6 AAAA Coach of the Year (1997-2001), Georgia AAAA Coach of the Year (1998), Cobb County Coach of the Year (1998), Marietta Daily Journal Coach of the Year (1998), Paula Wandell Coach of the Year (1999), WBCA Maggie Dixon Award (2007)

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FAISAL KHAN

ASSIS TAN T COACH

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aisal Khan enters his second season of his second term on the Hofstra Women’s Basketball staff in 2013-14. Previously, Khan was an assistant coach with the Pride from 2008-10 before returning to the program in 2012.

During Khan’s previous stint at Hofstra, the Pride combined to win 36 games during his two seasons. The successful run culminated with an appearance in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) second round during the 2009-10 season. Hofstra advanced to the second round with a stunning 76-68 road win over Big Ten member Penn State.   In his first season back at Hofstra, Khan was part of a staff that helped develop Candace Bond into the Colonial Athletic Association’s Defensive Player of the Year for the 2012-13 campaign. During that time, Shante Evans earned her third consecutive CAA First-Team selection and was named All-Met First Team for the third straight season after setting Hofstra career records for points and rebounds and the league record for total rebounds. Off the court, Khan worked with the Hofstra staff to participate in charitable endeavors, such as the Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN), a Long Island based food pantry. Khan returned to Hofstra with nearly a decade of experience coaching collegiate women’s basketball, including five seasons at UNC Asheville in Asheville, North Carolina. During his time with the Bulldogs, Khan was part of a staff that took over a team that won one game in 2001-02 and by his second season the team won 19 games, and would go on to win 18, 15 and 21 in subsequent seasons. In his final four seasons there, the program would average more than 18 wins a season and in 2006-07 captured its first-ever Big South title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Prior to his stint at UNC Asheville, Khan spent one season each at Shepherd University (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) and West Virginia Wesleyan College (Buckhannon, West Virginia). During his one season at Shepherd the Rams won 19 games and in his year at West Virginia Wesleyan the team advanced to the conference quarterfinals and won 10 conference contests. Khan also has extensive basketball experience at other levels as well. He has previously served as the head coach for the

Maryland Waves AAU team in Baltimore, Maryland, and for the San Francisco Waldorf School, as an assistant girls’ basketball coach at Seton-Keough High School in Baltimore and worked as a student manager with the University of Maryland men’s basketball program. He attended law school at the University of Baltimore in the fall of 2000 before eventually deferring to pursue a career in coaching collegiate basketball. A 1999 graduate of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County with a degree in social work and a minor psychology, Khan has also worked as a programs manager with Peace Players International in South Africa and as a social work intern with the Springfield Psychiatric State Hospital in Carroll County, Maryland.

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DE NISE KING

ASSIS TAN T COACH

D

enise King is in her first season as an assistant coach for Hofstra entering the 201314 season. King joined the Pride after serving as an assistant coach for  Mount St. Mary’s for the previous four seasons. King was the recruiting coordinator at Mount St. Mary’s as well as leading community service projects while serving as an academic mentor. She joins the Hofstra staff after helping the Mount earn the program’s first appearance in the Northeast Conference semifinals since the 2000-

01 season. In 2011-12 King helped the Mount post a 10-8 conference record and 14 wins overall, marking the most overall victories for the program in three years and the team’s first winning record in NEC play since 2006-07. Thanks in part to her work with the guards, Mount St. Mary’s ranked first in the NEC in assists and steals, and sixth in Division I in steals in 2011. In the past two seasons, three Mount players earned either first or second-team NEC postseason honors. A four-year standout player for Rhode Island, King began her coaching career at her alma mater, where she served as an assistant on the Rams staff for four seasons. Her responsibilities included team travel and the program’s film exchange program as well as scouting and recruitment roles. 

While on the staff, Rhode Island qualified for four Atlantic 10 Tournament appearances and advanced to the quarterfinals in each of her final two seasons. King coached two 1,000-point scorers at Rhode Island, three allconference selections and one A-10 AllDefensive team player. As a player, the Catonsville, MD, native was one of only 18 players to reach the 1,000-point milestone with the Rams and is 15th on the program’s all-time scoring list with 1,023 points. She is also fourth in Rhode Island history with 118 three-pointers as well as fourth in free throw percentage (.772, 224-290), fourth in assists (339) and ninth in 3-point percentage (.312, 118-378). A 2004 graduate of Rhode Island, King earned a degree in business management; graduating cum laude.

T HE PROGRAM

T

he Hofstra Women’s Basketball team completed The Program, a leadership and team-building exercise this past October.

The Program was founded in 2008 with the mission of providing high schools, professional and collegiate teams, and corporate organizations with the best leadership and team building development in the country. Under the leadership of CEO and founder Eric Kapitulik, The Program creates personalized leadership development training that challenged every member of team to get “that much better.” Pride student-athletes participated in physically and mentally challenging training sessions alongside The Program team. The Program team first reviewed their ethos and three core principles and then challenged the team’s members to prove their commitment to them. Those three core principles are: we are strong and mentally tough; we don’t make excuses and we don’t let others make excuses for us; and we work hard. Following the physical portion of training, the Program Lead Instructor met with team members and the coaching staff to lead a discussion on current team and leadership challenges.

For more information on The Program, please go to www.TheProgram.org.

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ADIA RE VE LL

ASSIS TAN T COACH

A

dia Revell is in her first year as an assistant on the Pride women’s basketball staff. She comes to Hofstra after a stint as head coach at ASA College. Revell came to Hofstra after spending the last five seasons as the first-ever head coach of ASA College in Brooklyn, NY. After playing the inaugural 2008-09 season as a club team, Revell led the Avengers to a 75-30 record (.710 winning percentage) in four seasons in the NJCAA.

Revell guided a program that garnered team and individual success, with ASA College winning three consecutive Region XV championships from 2011-13 and five student-athletes earning NJCAA All-America honors. Revell, who is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, was named the District C Coach of the Year this past season after leading the Avengers to a No. 19 ranking in the final NJCAA Division I poll and a top-16 finish in the division’s national championship. ASA College posted a 25-3 finish in 2013 and won at least one postseason game in every campaign from 2011-13. The Avengers averaged 19 wins per season under Revell and captured the 2013 District C championship. In addition to her on-court accomplishments, Revell also handled budgeting, staffing and travel-coordinating responsibilities. She was in charge of scheduling all games along with monitoring the academic progress of student-athletes. Revell also scouted the tri-state area

heavily with 82 percent of the program’s recruits coming from the area. Her players also performed well in the classroom as well as the court, with a 100 percent graduation rate for two-year players and 61 percent of players signing with Division I programs, which included Seton Hall, Utah State, Eastern Michigan and Florida A&M among others. Revell started her collegiate career at the University of Rhode Island, where she earned a spot on the Atlantic 10 Student-Athlete honor roll. She then transferred to Columbia University, where she led the Lions in rebounds and steals while finishing second in points and assists in her senior season. Revell holds a degree in psychology from Columbia.

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MICHAE L GIBSON

DIRECTOR OF WOMEN 'S BASKE TBALL OPERATIONS

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ichael Gibson, a 2008 graduate of Boston College, is in his sixth season as Hofstra’s Director of Women’s Basketball Operations entering the 2013-14 season.

Varsity Club, which is BC’s athletic alumni organization. During his tenure at Boston College, the Eagles made two NCAA Tournament appearances, reaching the Sweet 16 in 2006 following a second round showing in 2005. In 2008 the Eagles advanced to the third round of the WNIT.

Gibson is responsible for all aspects of team travel, practice coordination and film exchange. He also serves as the summer camp director and is the program liaison for marketing, facilities and equipment. While a student at Boston College, Gibson served as a student manager for the women’s basketball team since 2004. He was promoted to head student manager in 2006 and served in that capacity until his graduation. During his tenure with the Eagles, Gibson coordinated practice and game assignments for the student managerial staff and also assisted the coaching staff with the filming and breakdown of game tape, as well as the Eagles’ film exchange program. Gibson also aided in the operations of the Cathy Inglese Basketball Camp. Gibson also helped in the facility department, as he was responsible for the setup and breakdown of the court and locker rooms at practices and games. As the head manager, he also worked hand-in-hand with the director of basketball operations to ensure that all aspects of team travel were executed. As a result of his time served as a student manager, Gibson received membership into Boston College’s

Active in the greater Boston community, Gibson has served as a referee and scorekeeper with the Andover Church Basketball League. Gibson holds a degree in accounting and finance from Boston College, and also minored in history. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in educational leadership and policy at Hofstra.

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S UPPOR T S TAFF ALLISON BRADSHAW

S TRE NGT H AND CONDI TIONING COACH

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RACHE L PEE L-MACANDRE W

ASSOCIATE DE AN OF UNI VERSI TY ADVISE ME N T

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llison Bradshaw is in her fourth year at Hofstra and her second as head strength and conditioning coach at Hofstra University. During her first two years on staff she served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach.

Bradshaw brought extensive experience in the strength and conditioning field with her to Hofstra after serving as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Florida from August 2009 until June of 2010. An NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist, Bradshaw has also worked at Springfield College and Louisiana State.  While at Florida, Bradshaw assisted with the track and field, volleyball, swimming and diving and cheerleading squads. She also worked with women’s basketball and football at Louisiana State and the football, track and field, field hockey, lacrosse and cross country teams at Springfield. Bradshaw has also been nationally-ranked in the sports of Olympic weightlifting and powerlifting, as well as in the North American Strongwoman Competitions. Bradshaw, a four-year member of the track team, earned her undergraduate degree in sports management from Clemson in 2006. She received her masters of science in strength and conditioning from Springfield in 2010. A native of Southbury, CT, Bradshaw and her husband, David Ledesma, reside in Holbrook, NY.

achel Peel-Macandrew is an Associate Dean for the Center for University Advisement. She has worked at Hofstra since 2003, first serving as an assistant dean before being promoted to an associate dean in 2007.

Peel-Macandrew supervisors and directs the student-athlete advisement program, helping to develop a comprehensive advisement center for all student-athletes while ensuring compliance with the NCAA. She also coordinates registration efforts and develops graduation plans. She serves as a liaison to the Office of the Provost to resolve academic questions and monitors the academic progress of student-athletes while paying special attention to at-risk students. In her role, she submits NCAA academic performance data, including APR and graduation success rates, to the compliance office. Before coming to Hofstra, Peel-Macandrew was an associate vice president for Credit Suisse First Boston Corp from 1999 to 2003. In that role, which featured time in New York City and Melbourne, Australia, she managed a team that was responsible for all equity and debt. Her staff traded and stabilized companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. Peel-Macandrew started her full-time financial career as an analyst for Salomon Smith Barney in London, working in equity capital markets from 1995 to 1999. She coordinated intern and external agency systems and worked on multi-departmental initiatives that encompassed the operations, financial and technology departments. Peel-Macandrew earned her undergraduate degree in social policy and economics from Leeds University in Yorkshire, England, graduating with honors in 1993. She also holds two master’s degrees from Hofstra, earning one in physical education in 2005 and another in educational leadership and policy studies in 2012.

DAVID RI VIERE

ASSIS TAN T AT HLE TIC TRAINER

D

avid Riviere has served as an assistant athletic trainer at Hofstra University since September of 2008. He works primarily with the men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball teams, and is responsible for outside events and per diem calendar coverage. Riviere graduated from Hofstra in 2007 with a degree in athletic training. He also minored in physical education. He worked with the Pride women’s basketball, volleyball, wrestling, football, field hockey, men’s lacrosse and softball

teams as an undergraduate. In 2012 Riviere earned a master’s degree in health administration from Hofstra. Riviere also holds a New York State Athletic Training/Therapist license. Riviere, who was born in New York City, also served as an assistant athletic trainer for the New York Dragons of the Arena Football League in 2005 and 2007, and worked as an assistant athletic trainer for the New York Jets’ 2006 and 2007 summer training camps at Hofstra.

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2013-14 HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY

WOME N’S BASKE TBALL ROS TER

T HE PRIDE NO.

PLAYER

POS.

CL.

HT.

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS COLLEGE

0 1 3 4 5 10 11 12 21 24 32 34 40

Kelly Loftus Asia Jackson Sydni Epps Ruth Sherrill Andreana Thomas Elo Edeferioka Krystal Luciano Alexis Carter Jakelle King-Gilchrist Dee Thomas-Palmer Annie Payton McKenzie Kudron Anma Onyeuku

G G G F G F G G G F G F/C F

Fr. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. R-Jr. Sr.

5-10 5-5 5-11 6-0 5-4 6-3 5-5 5-8 5-9 6-0 5-9 6-3 5-10

Alexandria, VA/Mount Vernon Peekskill, NY/Peekskill Cheltenham, PA/Springside Alexandria, VA/Thomas Edison West Haven, CT/James Hillhouse Warri, Nigeria/Life Center Academy (NJ) San Juan, PR/Colegio San Antonio Woodbridge, VA/Osbourn Park Teaneck, NJ/Teaneck/Florida State Philadelphia, PA/William Penn Charter Camden, NJ/Camden New Boston, MI/Huron/Vermont Fayetteville, GA/Fayette County

Head Coach: Krista Kilburn-Steveskey (North Carolina State, 1990), Eighth season Assistant Coach: Faisal Khan (Maryland-Baltimore County, 1999), Fourth season Assistant Coach: Denise King (Rhode Island, 2004), First season Assistant Coach: Adia Revell (Columbia, 2005), First season Director of Women’s Basketball Operations: Michael Gibson (Boston College, 2008), Fifth season Athletic Trainer: David Riviere (Hofstra, 2006)

ROS TER BRE AKDOWN PLAYERS BY CLASS: Seniors: (2) Anma Onyeuku, Annie Payton Juniors: (2) McKenzie Kudron, Andreana Thomas Sophomores: (6) Alexis Carter, Sydni Epps, Asia Jackson, Jakelle King-Gilchrist, Ruth Sherrill, Dianna Thomas-Palmer Freshmen: (3) Elo Edeferioka, Kelly Loftus, Krystal Luciano PLAYERS BY STATE: Connecticut: (1) Andreana Thomas Georgia: (1) Anma Onyeuku Michigan: (1) McKenzie Kudron New Jersey: (2) Jakelle King-Gilchrist, Annie Payton New York: (1) Asia Jackson Nigeria: (1) Elo Edeferioka Pennsylvania: (2) Sydni Epps, Dianna Thomas-Palmer Puerto Rico: (1) Krystal Luciano Virginia: (3): Alexis Carter, Kelly Loftus, Ruth Sherrill

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE McKenzie Kudron

CUD-rin

Anma Onyeuku

AHN-muh AHN-yoo-koo

Andreana Thomas

AHN-dre-anna

Elo Edeferioka

A-Low Ed-eff-er-o-ka

Faisal Khan

FAS-uhl

Krista Kilburn-Steveskey

stuh-VESS-key

Adia Revell

Ah-Dee-Ah

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ASIA JACKSON


2013-14 OU TLOOK

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young roster consisting of nine underclassmen will look give Hofstra a boost this season. The Pride will complement a youth movement with veteran leadership as the Pride once again seeks to field a competitive team in the challenging Colonial Athletic Association. The 2013-14 Hofstra squad will look to replace two key graduating seniors in Shante Evans and Candace Bond. But the Pride returns talented and game-tested veterans, led by junior CAA assist leader Andreana Thomas and senior forward Anma Onyeuku. Overall, Hofstra returns four players who started 10 or more games in 2012-13. Hofstra boasted a five-member freshman class last season that has now swelled to a six-player sophomore unit thanks to the addition of transfer Jakelle King-Gilchrist from Florida State. Hofstra added to its youth movement by bringing in three freshmen, including two guards and a forward. Head Coach Krista Kilburn-Steveskey is back for her eighth season and will be looking for her sixth winning campaign. After leading Hofstra to three WNIT appearances in her tenure, the Pride will be aiming for the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament berth. Here is a position-by-position look at the Pride:

FORWARD Evans graduated as the program’s all-time scoring and rebounding leader, where she compiled the most rebounds of any player in league

ANMA ONYEUKU

history. While replacing a three-time All-America selection won’t be the responsibility of any one player, Onyeuku (Fayetteville, GA) will try and build off a career-best season when she appeared in every game and averaged 9.4 points and 5.6 rebounds. A high-efficiency shooter, Onyeuku finished third in the CAA with a 51.2 percent field goal percentage. As a versatile threat, Onyeuku finished in the conference’s top-30 in both scoring and rebounding and showed she could perform against big-time opponents with a career-high 21 points at SECmember Auburn. Two sophomores will look to earn more playing time in a Hofstra frontcourt that crafted a plus-46 rebounding margin last year. Ruth Sherrill (Alexandria, VA), a three-sport standout at Thomas Edison High School, appeared in 20 games as reserve in her freshman season. The 6-0 forward notched four rebounds and two steals in collegiate debut versus Texas and showed scoring flashes when she drilled a three-pointer and compiled six rebounds in a tough road game at Princeton. Like Sherrill, Dee Thomas-Palmer (Philadelphia, PA) will look to earn extending playing time after seeing action in 28 games off the bench. Thomas-Palmer, who is one of four six-footers on the roster, logged almost six minutes per game in her freshman campaign and had a career-high six points and five rebounds in just 11 minutes in her collegiate debut versus Stetson. Freshman Elo Edeferioka (Warri, Nigeria) will look to make an instant impact after averaging nine points, 11.1 rebounds and three blocks as a senior at Life Center Academy in Burlington, NJ. Rated a four-star recruit and the 14th-best post player in the nation by ESPN HoopsGurlz, Edeferioka was a key member of a high school team that won the NACA national championship and will try to use her 6-3 frame to succeed at the next level.

CE N TER Red-shirt junior McKenzie Kudron (New Boston, MI) will look to give Hofstra a bigger lineup. In her first game action for Hofstra since transferring from Vermont, Kudron appeared in six contests and totaled five rebounds. At 6-3, she is tied with Edeferioka for the roster’s tallest player.

MCKENZIE KUDRON

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2013-14 OU TLOOK GUARD

ANNIE PAYTON

A backcourt-centric team features eight guards on the roster. Leading the way, both in experience and production, is Thomas at point guard. The West Haven, CT, native lead the CAA and finished 10th on the Division I leaderboard with 6.6 assists-per-game in her first year as a starter. As one of just three players to start all 31 games, Thomas also averaged 9.1 points and compiled 206 total assists with her pergame average 1.7 more than the next-closest competitor. Besides facilitating the offense with five games of 10-or-more assists, Thomas nearly logged the programs’ first-ever triple-double with an 11-point, 10-assist, eight-rebound effort versus Georgia State. Like Thomas, senior Annie Payton (Camden, NJ) is coming off a breakout season. Payton started 10 games but was a major factor in all 31 contests for the Pride. The 5-9 shooter connected on a team-leading 41 three-pointers and averaged 8.5 points. One of just four Hofstra players to average more than eight points a game despite coming off the bench in more than two-thirds of the contests, Payton also contributed on the defensive end with a trio of three-steal games and a pair of five-rebound efforts.

ASIA JACKSON

Sophomore Asia Jackson (Peekskill, NY) can take some of the ballhandling responsibilities from Thomas after playing in every game a freshman. Jackson showed early promise in making 13 starts and finished her first season by averaging 4.8 points while racking up 54 assists. Fellow sophomores Sydni Epps (Cheltenham, PA) and Alexis Carter (Woodbridge, VA) will try and parlay a year of experience into increased production. Epps averaged 7.5 minutes per game in 26 contests and Carter appeared in 27 games with two starts. Epps’ best game was seven-point effort versus Norfolk State while Carter scored six points in a road game at Marist in front of a near sold-out crowd. Three new players will look to fortify the backcourt spot. KingGilchrist (Teaneck, NJ) transferred to the program after averaging 1.9 points and 1.2 rebounds in 13 games for the Seminoles. King-Gilchrist led Teaneck High School to three state sectional titles and scored 1,543 points in her prep career. Freshmen Kelly Loftus (Alexandria, VA) and Krystal Luciano (San Juan, Puerto Rico) will look to help give Hofstra more options bringing up the ball and on the perimeter. Loftus played four seasons for Mount Vernon High School and led the Majors to three National District championships. Luciano brings international experience to the Pride’s lineup after participating with Puerto Rico in the U18 FIBA championships, where she averaged 7.4 points, three assists and 4.2 rebounds per game.

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2013-14 OU TLOOK The Hawks went 23-9 and earned a first-round NCAA Tournament appearance last season. An 11-day break will give the Pride a needed rest before facing a Harvard team that went 21-9 and made it to the second round of the WNIT.

ANDREANA THOMAS

The Pride starts CAA play at Delaware on Jan. 5 and will host the Blue Hens on Feb. 27. A road game at defending WNIT-champion Drexel is set for Feb. 2. Hofstra will have Senior Day in the final scheduled home game versus Drexel on March 2 before capping the regular season at William & Mary on March 5. The 2014 CAA Women’s Basketball Championship will be held March 13-16 at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, MD. The tournament will be played at the 5,000-seat arena, with the winner earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

ALEXIS CARTER

S CHE DULE Seven postseason qualifiers highlight the schedule that will test Hofstra from start-to-finish. Hofstra’s non-conference opponents combined for 192 wins and were a collective 19 games over .500 last season for an average of exactly 16 victories per team. The Pride will also square off against three teams that made the NCAA Tournament last season with a road trip to Saint Joseph’s on Dec. 10 and a home game against the Great Danes to start the 2014 calendar year. Hofstra will also face defending CAAchampion Delaware twice. The schedule commences on Nov. 8 when Hofstra travels to Moon Township, PA, to face Robert Morris. Just four days later, Hofstra will host ACC-member Boston College in the home opener at 7 p.m. Hofstra will face a strong early test on Nov. 15 when Fordham visits the Mack Sports Complex. The Rams are coming off a 26-9 campaign in which the squad advanced to the Sweet 16 round of the WNIT. A trip to Northwestern on Nov. 20 will break up a stretch of five home games in a six-game stretch. Hofstra will take on a 20-game winner for the second time with a visit to defending Atlantic 10-champion Saint Joseph’s on Dec. 10.

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ANMA ONYE UKU Position: Forward Height: 5-10 Year: Senior Hometown: Fayetteville, GA High School: Fayette County High School Coach: John Strickland TEAM CAPTAIN

At Hofstra 2012-13: Played in all 31 games, making 28 starts…Averaged 9.4 points and 5.6 rebounds, which both ranked second on the team…Shot 51.2 percent from the field, which was third in the Colonial Athletic Association…Registered only double-double of the season with a 12-point; 13-rebound effort versus Harvard on Dec. 1…Set a career high with 21 points at SEC-member Auburn on Dec. 9…Notched a career-high 15 rebounds versus Drexel on Feb. 14…Had five games of double-figure rebounds...Averaged 10.4 points and 6.1 rebounds in CAA play…Scored in double figures in nine consecutive games from Jan. 13-Feb.10… Averaged 24.2 minutes per game overall, which was more than a threefold increase over her previous season. 2011-12: Played in 28 games…Averaged 3.3 points and 1.8 rebounds per game…Tied her career-high with 16 points at Eastern Washington…Contributed 15 points at William & Mary…Had 10 points versus Drake…Had a season-high seven rebounds versus Towson… Grabbed six rebounds against Drake and at William & Mary…Shot 48 percent from the field…Had three blocks and eight steals on the year…Averaged 3.1 points and 2.0 rebounds per game in CAA play…Averaged 7.4 minutes per game. 2010-11: Played in 30 games off the bench…Averaged 5.5 points and 3.6 rebounds per game…Shot .524 from the field…Had a season-high 16 points at Delaware…Poured in 15 points versus William and Mary at the CAA Championship…Pulled down 10 rebounds at Niagara…Had nine boards versus Virginia Commonwealth in CAA Championship…Blocked two shots at UNC Wilmington…Averaged 4.4 points and 2.5 rebounds per game in conference play…Averaged 13.7 minutes per game.

High School/Personal Played basketball all four years at Fayette County High School… Averaged 20.2 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.1 steals per game as a senior in helping her team to a 24-5 record…Member of state runner-up teams as a sophomore and junior…Was part of four state Sweet 16 appearances…Scored more CAREER HIGHS: than 1,500 points in her career, the first Fayette County PTS: 21 at Auburn, 12-19-12 player to accomplish that feat…Two-time All-Metro REBS: 15 vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 selection…Fayette Sports County Player of the ASTS: 3, last at George Mason, 1-3-13 Year as a senior…Two-time All-Georgia FGM: 9, last vs. Northeastern, 2-7-13 selection…Selected to play in the North-South FGA: 16, last vs. Northeastern, 2-7-13 All-Star Game…Attended the same high 3FGM: 2 at Georgia State, 2-10-13 school that produced Hofstra Coach Krista 3FGA: 3, last vs. Delaware, 2-28-13 Kilburn-Steveskey…Has one sister and two FTM: 5, last at George Mason, 2-6-11 brothers…Also recruited by Troy, Georgia State, Stetson, Tennessee Tech and FTA: 7 at Delaware, 1-2-11 Jacksonville…Hopes to pursue a career in OR: 9 vs. James Madison, 1-27-13 basketball or physical therapy…Exercise science DR: 14 vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 major. TO: 4 vs. Northeastern, 2-7-13 BS: 2, last at Northeastern, 3-6-13 ST: 3, last vs. Northeastern, 3-15-13 MIN: 36 at Delaware, 2-3-13

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ANMA ONYE UKU F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My family: the support they show me always keeps me going.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? Langston Hughes

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? Stocks; might as well increase my newfound wealth.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Win the CAA championship.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? The beautiful scenery while walking around campus during the spring.

The best meal I ever ate was: I can’t remember but I’m almost positive it involved my mother or father cooking.

Favorite store to shop in: I’m not a big fan of shopping, so I don’t have one.

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? Shooting and ball-handling.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

2010-11 30-0 2011-12 28-0 2012-13 31-29 Career 89-29

FG-FGA Pct.

FT-FTA

66-126 .524 33-50 36-75 .480 18-23 129-252 .512 26-46 231-453 .509 77-119

Pct.

Pts.

Avg.

.660 165 .783 91 .565 290 .647 546

Reb. Avg.

A

PF

TO

BS

S

5.5 109 3.6 3 47 20 8 23 3.3 51 1.8 7 26 19 3 8 9.4 173 5.6 19 50 43 11 32 6.1 333 3.7 29 123 82 22 63

Three-Point FG: 0-4 (.000) in 2010-11; 1-5 (.200) in 2011-12; 6-34 (.176) Career 7-43 (.162)

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ANNIE PAY TON Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5-9 Year: Senior Hometown: Camden, NJ High School: Camden High School Coach: Jonathan Taylor

At Hofstra

2012-13: Played in all 31 games, making 10 starts…Averaged 8.5 points and 2.1 rebounds per game…Scored a career-high 17 points in a season-opening win against Stetson on Nov. 9…Scored in double figures 11 times… Finished 12th in the CAA in total three-pointers made with 41…One of just four Hofstra players to average more than eight points a game despite coming off the bench in more than two-thirds of the contests…Posted three steals in a game on three occasions, including at Georgia State on Feb. 10…Twice hauled in five rebounds in a game, including versus William & Mary on Jan. 16…Averaged 8.8 points and 1.8 rebounds in conference play… Averaged 24.3 minutes per game. ..CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient. 2011-12: Played in 16 games off the bench…Averaged 1.1 points and 0.8 rebounds per game…Scored a season-high six points at Gonzaga…Had three points against Georgia State…Grabbed four rebounds against Eastern Washington…Passed for three assists at George Mason, tying a career-high…Averaged 0.4 points and 0.3 rebounds in conference play…Averaged 5.2 minutes per game. 2010-11: Played in 25 games off the bench…Averaged 4.4 points and 1.9 rebounds per game…Scored a season-high 15 points at Delaware and also added a season-best seven rebounds and three steals…Scored 13 points versus Cincinnati and UNC Wilmington…Passed out three assists versus Saint Peter’s to go along with six rebounds… Averaged 4.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game in CAA play…Averaged 10.5 minutes per game.

High School/Personal Lettered in basketball at Camden High School…Threetime team Most Valuable Player…All-South Jersey first team and All-New Jersey Senior third team pick as a senior…Named to All-South Jersey second team and All-New Jersey Group 2 first team as a junior after CAREER HIGHS: averaging 21.5 points, 9.0 rebounds PTS: 17 vs. Stetson, 11-9-12 and 2.5 assists per game…Was REBS: 7 at Delaware, 1-2-11 a four-time first team ASTS: 5 at Northeastern, 3-6-13 All-Olympic Conference FGM: 7 vs. Georgia State, 1-10-13 selection…Named to FGA: 16, last vs. Harvard, 12-1-12 All-South Jersey Group 3 3FGM: 4 vs. Stetson, 11-9-12 first team as a freshman 3FGA: 8, last at Northeastern, 3-6-13 and sophomore…Averaged 19 points per game as a sophomore… FTM: 4, last at UNC Wilmington, 1-27-11 Has two sisters…Played AAU ball FTA: 6 at Delaware, 1-2-11 with Philadelphia Triple Threat…Hobbies OR: 3, last vs. Harvard, 12-1-12 include running, texting…Started playing DR: 6 at Delaware, 1-2-11 basketball at age 10…Also recruited by TO: 5, last vs. Northeastern, 2-7-13 Temple, Virginia Commonwealth and BS: 2, last vs. Drexel, 3-16-13 William and Mary…Aspires to go to ST: 3 , last at Georgia State, 2-10-13 medical school and become a pediatrician… MIN: 40 vs. Harvard, 12-1-12 Psychology major.

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ANNIE PAY TON F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My inner circle; family and friends on andoff the court. I also want to earn a CAA championship ring.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? Tupac Shakur

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I’d help fund disease research and improve access to clean water in foreign countries. I’d also buy an island to allow my family and friends to live worry-free.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: The chance to win a ring by winning the CAA championship and make the program’s first NCAA appearance.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Duck Dynasty (quack quack!)

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? Hofstra USA parties!

The best meal I ever ate was: Mac and cheese, sweet potatoes, smoked salmon, potato salad with banana pudding for dessert.

Favorite store to shop in: Urban Outfitters

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? My mid-range shooting and counter moves.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

2010-11 25-0 2011-12 16-0 2012-13 31-10 Career 72-10

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

44-124 .355 12-21 5-37 .135 5-6 104-289 .360 13-32 153-450 .340 30-59

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

.571 111 .833 18 .406 262 .508 391

4.4 48 1.1 12 8.5 64 5.4 124

PF TO BS S

1.9 17 19 35 4 14 0.8 6 10 16 0 4 2.1 48 45 86 13 30 1.7 71 74 137 17 48

Three-Point FG: 11-49 (.224) in 2010-11; 3-16 (.188) in 2011-12; 41-143 (.287); Career 55-208 (.264)

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M C KE NZIE KUDRON Position: Forward/Center Height: 6-3 Year: Junior (RS) Hometown: New Boston, Michigan High School: Huron High School Coach: Brent Rodak Previous College: Vermont

At Hofstra 2012-13: Played in six games as a reserve…Averaged 0.8 rebounds…Made Hofstra debut and grabbed an offensive rebound in the season opener against Stetson on Nov. 9…Logged one rebound versus Texas on Nov. 10…Tallied two rebounds in a seasonhigh 11 minutes versus Norfolk State on Jan. 3…Made final appearance of the season by grabbing one rebound versus William & Mary on Jan. 6…Averaged four minutes per game…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient.

At Vermont Totaled 16 points and 13 rebounds in 14 games during the 2010-11 season with the Catamounts…Had a season-high eight points against Kent State.

High School/Personal Lettered in basketball and volleyball…Named first team all-league and all-district in basketball as a sophomore, junior and senior…Named honorable mention all-state as a junior and senior…Named team MVP and captain, while leading squad to league and district championships from 2008-10 with a combined 44-8 record…Totaled 1,067 points and 832 rebounds during scholastic career…Is second in state of Michigan record book with 589 career blocked shots…Set Michigan state and school record with 257 blocked shots in a single season… Named to the Downriver Dream Team…Has two sisters…Includes jet skiing as a hobby…Plans to go to medical school…Health science major.

CAREER HIGHS: PTS: 8 at Kent State, 12-19-10 REBS: 2, last vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 ASTS: 2 at Oklahoma State, 1-4-11 FGM: 3 at Kent State, 12-19-10 FGA: 4 at Kent State, 12-19-10 3FGM: 2 at Kent State, 12-19-10 3FGA: 2 at Kent State, 12-19-10 FTM: None FTA: 1 vs. Wagner, 12-29-10 OR: 2 vs. Nebraska, 11-13-10 DR: 2, last vs. Kansas State, 12-30-10 TO: 2 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 BS: 1, last at Oklahoma State, 1-4-11 ST: None MIN: 13 at Kent State, 12-19-10

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M C KE NZIE KUDRON F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My family, and seeing my goals within reach.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? Taylor Swift

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I’d buy a house on the lake big enough to have my best friends move in with me. I’d want a farm with at least two horses, plus some jet skis, a pontoon and a four-wheeler.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Win the CAA championship and go to the NCAA Tournament.

Favorite Reality TV Show: The Bachelor/Bachelorette

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? Spending time with my friends and attending other sports and events on campus. I also love the beautiful campus and it’s closeness to New York City.

The best meal I ever ate was: Anything my parents or my nana makes is amazing.

Favorite store to shop in: I’m not a huge shopper, but I like going to different boutiques because they all have their unique style.

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? My touch around the rim and my shot.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

2010-11* 14-0 2012-13 6-0 Career 20-0

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

7-20 0-5 7-25

.350 0-1 .000 0-0 .280 0-1

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

.000 16 .000 0 .000 16

PF TO BS S

1.1 13 0.9 2 11 4 2 0 0.0 5 0.8 0 8 2 0 0 0.8 18 0.9 2 19 6 2 0

Three-Point FG: 2-3 (.667) in 2010-11; 0-1 (.000) in 2012-13; Career 2-4 (.500) *at Vermont

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ANDRE ANA T HOMAS Position: Guard Height: 5-4 Year: Junior Hometown: West Haven, Connecticut High School: James Hillhouse High School Coach: Catrina Hawley-Stewart

At Hofstra 2012-13: One of just three players to start all 31 games…Averaged 9.1 points and 3.6 rebounds…Led the Colonial Athletic Association in total assists with 206 and assists-per-game with a 6.6 average, which was 1.7 more than the next-closest competitor…Posted double figures in assists on five occasions, including a pair of 13-assist efforts against Old Dominion and Georgia State…Assist average was the 10th most in Division I…One of just 20 players national to average six-or-more assists per game…Nearly posted the first triple-double in program history when she went for 11 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds versus Georgia State on Jan. 10… Registered a double-double with 21 points and 10 assists versus Delaware on Feb. 16…Scored a career-high 23 points at UNCW on Feb. 5…Tallied 9.4 points and 7.8 assists per game in CAA play…Averaged 35.5 minutes per game, which ranked fourth in the conference 2011-12: Played in all 31 games, starting one…Averaged 4.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists per contest…Had a season-high 18 points in her collegiate debut at Gonzaga…Scored 11 points at Georgia State and 10 points versus James Madison…Pulled down a season-high six rebounds versus Northeastern…Dished out four assists at Gonzaga…Had three steals versus Northeastern, Drexel and William & Mary…Averaged 4.7 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists in CAA play… Named CAA Rookie of the Week on November 28, 2011…Averaged 20.2 minutes per game.

High School/Personal Played soccer and basketball for James Hillhouse High School…Soccer team was district champions her junior year…Basketball team was district champions all four years and state champions her sophomore, junior and senior years…Named all-state three times…New Haven Register Player of the Year as a senior…Averaged 15 points, 10 assists and 8 steals per game in 2010 and followed that up with averages of 16 points, eight assists, five steals and four rebounds as a senior…Has one brother…Lists Paramore as favorite band… Enjoys Chinese food… Volunteers at the Arc, helping people with developmental disabilities…Criminology CAREER HIGHS: major. PTS: 23 at UNCW, 2-5-13 REBS: 9 vs. William & Mary, 1-6-13 ASTS: 13, last at Georgia State, 2-10-13 FGM: 8 at George Mason, 1-13-13 FGA: 15, last at Marist, 11-28-12 3FGM: 4 at Northeastern, 3-6-13 3FGA: 8 vs. Northeastern, 3-15-13 FTM: 11 at UNCW, 2-5-13 FTA: 12 at UNCW, 2-5-13 OR: 4 vs. William & Mary, 1-6-13 DR: 8 vs. Georgia State, 1-10-13 TO: 15 at Auburn, 12-9-12 BS: 1, last vs. UNCW, 3-3-13 ST: 4 vs. William & Mary, 1-6-13 MIN: 40, last vs. Northeastern, 3-15-13

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ANDRE ANA T HOMAS F UN FACTS What Inspires You? My family.

If you could meet anyone, who would it be? Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali and LeBron James

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I’d pay all of my parents’ bills so they could live knowing they’d never have to worry about it again.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Lead the NCAA in assists and help my team win a CAA championship.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Family Hustle

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? The food.

The best meal I ever ate was: Mac and cheese, yams, collard greens, baked ham, fried chicken and sweet potato pie

Favorite store to shop in: Nike

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? My jump shot.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

PF TO BS S

2011-12 31-1 47-132 .356 27-38 .711 129 4.2 80 2.6 44 60 80 2 28 2012-13 31-31 91-286 .318 65-91 .714 281 9.1 111 3.6 206 70 166 5 40 Career 62-32 138-418 .330 92-129 .713 410 6.6 191 3.1 250 130 246 7 68 Three-Point FG: 8-41 (.195) in 2011-12; 34-109 (.312) in 2012-13; Career 42-150 (.280)

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ALE XIS CAR TER Position: Guard Height: 5-8 Year: Sophomore Hometown: Woodbridge, Virginia High School: Osbourn Park High School Coach: Clifton D. Gorham

At Hofstra 2012-13: Played in 27 games, making two starts…Averaged 1.8 points and 1.2 rebounds…Made collegiate debut by scoring two points in seven minutes versus Stetson on Nov. 9…Drilled first career three-pointer versus Saint Joseph’s on Nov.25… Scored a season-high six points at Marist on Nov. 28…Registered four points in first career start versus Ole Miss on Dec. 21…Scored five points and grabbed five rebounds versus Drexel on Feb. 14…Averaged 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds in Colonial Athletic Association play…Averaged 14.2 minutes per game overall.

High School/Personal Played basketball for four years and ran track for two years at Osbourn Park High School in Manassas, Virginia…Helped team to Cardinal District and Northwest Regional championships in 2009-10…Named Cardinal District Player of the Year as a junior after averaging 19 points per game…First team all-district selection as a junior and senior…Team Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior…Averaged19.4 points per game as a senior…Has one brother and one sister…Hobbies include spending time with family and friends, playing basketball and eating…Names Monica Knight as her favorite athlete…Lists “The Dark Knight” as her favorite movie and “A Child Called It” as her favorite book…Nicknamed “Lexis”...Started playing basketball at age 6.

CAREER HIGHS: PTS: 6 at Marist, 11-28-12 REBS: 5 vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 ASTS: 2 vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 FGM: 2, last at Old Dominion, 2-24-13 FGA: 8 vs. Ole Miss, 12-21-12 3FGM: 1, last at Old Dominion, 2-24-13, 3FGA: 4 vs. Ole Miss, 12-21-12 FTM: 3 vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 FTA: 4, last vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 OR: 3 vs. Delaware, 2-28-13 DR: 5 vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 TO: 3, last at Georgia State, 2-10-13 BS: 1, last at Northeastern, 3-6-13 ST: 2, last vs. Drexel, 2-14-13 MIN: 28 vs. Drexel, 2-14-13

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ALE XIS CAR TER F UN FACTS What Inspires You? My family and friends.

If you could meet any one person (real or fictional), who would it be? Willy Wonka

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I would set money aside for my siblings’ college tuitions and make sure my mother is well off. I’d also buy more sneakers.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Win the CAA championship.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Lizard Lick Towing

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? Meeting new people.

The best meal I ever ate was: Every Thanksgiving meal

Favorite store to shop in: Shoe stores

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? Attacking harder and stronger going to my right.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

2012-13 27-2 21-81 .259 4-9

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

PF TO BS S

.444 49 1.8 33 1.2 9 30 21 2 14

Three-Point FG: 3-30 (.100) in 2012-13

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SYDNI EPPS Position: Guard Height: 5-11 Year: Sophomore Hometown: Cheltenham, Pennsylvania High School: Springside Chestnut Hill Academy High School Coach: Stephen Purcell

At Hofstra 2012-13: Played in 26 games as a reserve…Averaged 1.5 points and 1.4 rebounds…Made collegiate debut by scoring 2 points against Stetson in the season opener on Nov. 9…Scored a season-high seven points versus Norfolk State on Jan. 3…Tied a season high with five rebounds versus Old Dominion on Jan. 20…Connected on first career three-pointer and made two total at Princeton on Dec. 5…Logged only multi-assist effort with two helpers versus Norfolk State on Jan. 20…Recorded first career steal at St. John’s on Nov. 17…Averaged 1.2 points and 1.2 rebounds in CAA play…Averaged 7.5 minutes per game overall…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient.

High School/Personal Played basketball for three years, lacrosse for two years and volleyball for one year at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania…Was a member of the varsity basketball team as a freshman at Cheltenham (PA) High School…Three-year team captain…Three-time All-Inter Academic League selection…Coaches Award recipient as a sophomore…Averaged more than 11 points per game in each of her three seasons at Springside Chestnut Hill…Was selected to play in the All-Star Labor Classic…Won AAU Nike National Championships with the Gauchos 15u in 2009 and the Nike Elite 17u team in 2011…Has three brothers and one sister…Hobbies include writing poetry and listening to music…Names The Weekend as her favorite band and Kevin Durant, Michael Jordan and Maya Moore as her favorite athletes…”Standing Tall” by C. Vivian Stringer is her favorite book…Also recruited by James Madison, Richmond, George Washington, UNC Charlotte and Villanova…Has participated in the Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure and with the Jewish Relief Agency…Plans to pursue a career in sports marketing.

CAREER HIGHS: PTS: 7 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 REBS: 5, last vs. Old Dominion, 1-20-13 ASTS: 2 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 FGM: 2 at Princeton, 12-5-12 FGA: 8 at Princeton, 12-5-12 3FGM: 1, last at Delaware, 3-16-13 3FGA: 5, last vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 FTM: 4 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 FTA: 4, last vs. UNCW, 3-3-13 OR: 2 vs. Delaware, 3-16-13 DR: 4, last at UNCW, 2-5-13 TO: 3, last at Old Dominion, 2-24-13 BS: None ST: 1, last vs. Delaware, 2-28-13 MIN: 21, last vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13

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SYDNI EPPS F UN FACTS What Inspires You? My family.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? Hopefully I’ll meet Ciara soon, or Jay-Z or Pharrell Williams.

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I’d buy my family a new house and get an Audi S7 coupe. But I’d also like to give back by working with a charity that helps young women.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Step up for my team any way I can and also make an impact on both ends of the floor.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? Being so close to New York City.

The best meal I ever ate was: Home-cooked meals and my father’s sweet potato pie.

Favorite store to shop in: Zara, Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? I worked on trying to slow myself down and on my form.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

PF TO BS S

2012-13 26-0 10-42 .238 13-21 .619 38 1.5 36 1.4 4 22 23 0 4

Three-Point FG: 5-26 (.192) in 2012-13

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ASIA JACKSON Position: Guard Height: 5-5 Year: Sophomore Hometown: Peekskill, New York High School: Peekskill High School Coach: Rodney Headly

At Hofstra

2012-13: Played in all 31 games, making 13 starts…Averaged 4.8 points and 1.8 rebounds… Named the Colonial Athletic Association’s Co-Rookie of the Week on Jan. 7….Made collegiate debut by scoring 13 points and two steals in a start against Stetson in the season opener on Nov. 9…Scored a season-high 20 points versus Norfolk State on Jan. 3 when she also notched personal bests in steals with seven and minutes played with 36…Tallied six assists at Towson on Feb. 19…Drilled a trio of three-pointers at Georgia State on Feb. 10…Averaged 4.1 points and two assists in CAA play…Averaged 20.5 minutes per game overall.

High School/Personal Played five years of basketball at Peekskill (NY) High School…Member of 24-2 New York State championship team in 2010-11…Named to the All-New York State Class A first team as a junior and senior…Class A Player of the Year as a junior…Contributed 14.3 points per game as a senior…Averaged 14.6 points per game as a junior and 14.7 points per game as a sophomore… Named Peekskill’s Most Outstanding Female Athlete…Mot Valuable Player of the Section I Senior All-Star Game…Named to All-Westchester/Hudson Valley Team by MSG Varsity… Has one sister and one brother…Cousin, Mookie Jones, played basketball at Syracuse from 2009 to 2012…Lists tacos and oxtails as her favorite foods…Favorite book is “Tyrell” by Coe Booth…Began playing basketball at age 8…Volunteer with the Rainbow Outreach Program in White Plains, an organization that feeds the homeless on Holidays…Plans to pursue a career in law enforcement.

CAREER HIGHS: PTS: 20 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 REBS: 5 vs. Delaware, 3-16-13 ASTS: 6 at Towson, 2-19-13 FGM: 7 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 FGA: 13 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 3FGM: 3 at Georgia State, 2-10-13 3FGA: 7 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 FTM: 4, last at Northeastern, 3-6-13 FTA: 4, last at Northeastern, 3-6-13 OR: 2, last vs. Delaware, 3-16-13 DR: 3, last vs. Delaware, 3-16-13 TO: 6, last at St. John’s, 11-17-12 BS: 2 vs. George Mason, 1-31-13 ST: 7, last vs. Northeastern, 3-15-13 MIN: 36 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13

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ASIA JACKSON F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My teammates and my family.

If you could meet anyone, who would it be? I’d want to meet Oprah or Michael Ealy.

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I’d my parents the house and car of their dreams, and a car for my brother and me.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: To win the CAA championship.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Hardcore Pawn

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? Hanging out in Hofstra USA.

The best meal I ever ate was: Rotisserie chicken, banked mac and cheese, corn, sweet potatoes and cornbread

Favorite store to shop in: Forever 21

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? My shooting, with a focus on three-pointers.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

2012-13 31-13

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

58-171 .339 12-18

149

.667

4.8 57

PF TO BS S

1.8 54 61 76 6 46

Three-Point FG: 21-83 (.253) in 2012-13

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RU T H SHERRILL Position: Forward Height: 6-0 Year: Sophomore Hometown: Alexandria, Virginia High School: Thomas Edison High School Coach: Dianne Lewis

At Hofstra 2012-13: Played in 20 games as a reserve…Averaged 0.6 points and 1.1 rebounds… Notched four rebounds and two steals in collegiate debut versus Texas on Nov. 10… Scored her first collegiate points with a three-point showing, along with six rebounds, at Princeton on Dec. 5…Scored two points and had one steal at Old Dominion on Feb. 24…Averaged 3.9 minutes.

High School/Personal Played basketball, volleyball and softball at Thomas Edison High School in Alexandria, Virginia…Averaged 19.3 points as a senior and was an honorable mention All-Virginia selection…Three-time all-district first team choice…Two-time first team all-region selection…Team Rookie of the Year in 2009-10 and Co-Player of the Year in 2010-11…Averaged 10 points and seven rebounds as a sophomore and 17 points and 12 rebounds as a junior…Helped Edison to a district championship in 2009-10 and a third place finish in the region…Has five brothers and four sisters…Hobbies include reading and learning to cook…Lists Skylar Diggins and Kevin Garnett as her favorite athletes…Favorite book is “Lock & Key” by Sarah Dessen…Nicknamed “Rootie”…Also recruited by Penn, East Carolina and Long Island…Plans on pursuing a career in the entertainment law field and becoming a sports agent.

CAREER HIGHS: PTS: 3 at Princeton, 12-5-12 REBS: 6 at Princeton, 12-5-12 ASTS: None FGM: 1, last at George Mason, 1-13-13 FGA: 4 vs. Texas, 11-10-12 3FGM: None 3FGA: None FTM: 2, last at Old Dominion, 2-24-13 FTA: 2, last at Northeastern, 3-6-13 OR: 3 vs. Texas, 11-10-12 DR: 5 at Princeton, 12-5-12 TO: 1, last at Georgia State, 2-10-13 BS: 1 vs. Texas, 11-10-12 ST: 2 vs. Texas, 11-10-12 MIN: 16 at Princeton, 12-5-12

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RU T H SHERRILL F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My family, and people who discourage me so I can prove them wrong.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? Franklin Delano Roosevelt

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? Set up trust funds for my siblings so they can access it after they graduate college. I’d also buy my mom a new car.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Win the CAA championship!

Favorite Reality TV Show: Storage Wars

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? The food! There are so many options.

The best meal I ever ate was: A helping of barbeque ribs, macaroni and cheese, green beans, crab legs, mashed potatoes and fried chicken.

Favorite store to shop in: Forever 21

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? Ball-handling.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

2012-13 20-0

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA

Pct. Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

2-11

.500 11

.182 7-14

0.6 22

PF TO BS S

1.1 0 13 3 1 4

Three-Point FG: 0-0 (.000) in 2012-13

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DEE T HOMAS-PAL MER Position: Forward Height: 6-0 Year: Sophomore Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania High School: William Penn Charter High School Coach: Dave Bass

At Hofstra 2012-13: Played in 28 games as a reserve…Averaged 9.9 points and one rebound… Scored six points and grabbed five rebounds in just 11 minutes in her collegiate debut versus Stetson on Nov. 9, with both figures ending as season highs…Grabbed two rebounds in playing a season-high 14 minutes at Old Dominion on Feb. 24…Made two free throws and posted one rebound versus Delaware on Feb. 28…Scored two points and finished with two rebound versus UNCW on March 3…Averaged 0.6 points and 0.8 rebounds in Colonial Athletic Association play…Logged an overall average of 5.8 minutes per game.

High School/Personal Played basketball for four years at the William Penn Charter School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania…Helped team to second place finishes at the Inter Academic Championships in each of her first three seasons…Was a third team AllPennsylvania Class AA selection as a senior after averaging 16.3 points, 8.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game…Team Most Valuable Player…Selected to play in the All-Star Labor Classic…All-Inter-Academic selection as a freshman, junior and senior…Averaged 12 points and 8.1 rebounds per game as a junior…Has one brother and one sister…Given first name is Dianna… Lists Blake Griffin as her favorite athlete...Favorite food is pizza…Lists “Bad Girls Club” and “Jersey Shore” as her favorite television shows… Also recruited by Drexel, Fordham, Providence and La Salle…Plans to pursue a career in teaching and coaching.

CAREER HIGHS: PTS: 6 vs. Stetson, 11-9-12 REBS: 5 vs. Stetson, 11-9-12 ASTS: None FGM: 1, last vs. UNCW, 3-3-13 FGA: 4, last at Georgia State, 2-10-13 3FGM: 1 vs. Texas, 11-10-12 3FGA: 2 at St. John’s, 11-17-12 FTM: 4 vs. Stetson, 11-9-12 FTA: 4 vs. Stetson, 11-9-12 OR: 2, last vs. UNCW, 3-3-13 DR: 4 vs. Stetson, 11-9-12 TO: 3, last at Old Dominion, 2-24-13 BS: 1 vs. Delaware, 3-16-13 ST: 1, last at Old Dominion, 2-24-13 MIN: 14, last at Old Dominion, 2-24-13

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DEE T HOMAS-PAL MER F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My mom inspires me more than anything. She’s the strongest woman I know.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? LeBron James

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I’d get my family anything they wanted and plan the best vacation for my team.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: To win a CAA championship!

Favorite Reality TV Show: Catfish

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? The location.

The best meal I ever ate was: Any home cook meal.

Favorite store to shop in: Forever 21

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? My shooting touch.

CAREER S TATIS TICS Year

G-GS

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

2012-13 28-0 8-28

.286 9-13

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

PF TO BS S

.692 26 0.9 28 1.0 0 27 18 1 5

Three-Point FG: 1-5 (.200) in 2012-13

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JAKE LLE KING-GILCHRIS T Position: Guard Height: 5-9 Year: Sophomore Hometown: Teaneck, NJ High School: Teaneck High School Coach: Shenee Clarke

First season on the Hofstra women’s basketball roster.

At Florida State 2012-13: Played in 13 games as a reserve for the Seminoles…Averaged 1.9 points and 1.2 rebounds…Logged slightly more than six minutes per game…Made her collegiate debut with three rebounds in nine minutes versus Samford on Nov. 11…Scored first career point versus Stetson on Nov. 18…Notched a season-high nine points in just 11 minutes versus Mercer on Dec. 19…Connected on first career three-pointer at Virginia Tech on Feb. 24… Scored six points at UNCG on Dec. 22.

High School/Personal Played basketball for four years at Teaneck High School in Teaneck, NJ… Led the Highwaywomen to three state sectional titles...Scored 1,543 points in her career and was the second Teaneck player to eclipse the 1,000 mark…Named the Record’s 2012 Player of the Year after averaging 16.7 points, two assists and 2.8 steals per game in leading her school to a No. 2 ranking in the state…In 2012, led Teaneck to the Bergen County championship for the first time since 1988, scoring 28 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in the tournament title game...Named to the All-Group 3 first team, All-North Jersey first team and All-Bergen County first team in both her junior and senior seasons...Captured third-team All-New Jersey Senior honors in 2011-12...Named one of the top-50 guards in the country by ESPN HoopGurlz…Named MVP of the Nike Rose Classic for the New Jersey Sparks Elite at the AAU level…Posted a 3.5 GPA…Has four sisters and six brothers…Older brother, Javae, played basketball for two seasons at Jacksonville (Texas) College before transferring to Division II-Angelo State in 2011-12…Management major.

CAREER HIGHS:(at Florida State) PTS: 9 vs. Mercer, 12-19-12 REBS: 3, last vs. Mercer, 12-19-12 ASTS: 2 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11-23-12 FGM: 4 vs. Mercer, 12-19-12 FGA: 7 vs. Mercer, 12-19-12 3FGM: 1 at Virginia Tech, 2-24-13 3FGA: 3 vs. Samford, 11-11-12 FTM: 2 at UNCG, 12-22-12 FTA: 2, last at Virginia Tech, 2-24-13 OR: 2 , last vs. Grambling, 12-15-12 DR: 3, last vs. Mercer, 12-19-12 TO: 2 vs. Stetson, 11-18-12 BS: 1 vs. Grambling, 12-15-12 ST: 3 vs. Grambling, 12-15-12 MIN: 16, at UNCG, 12-22-12

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JAKE LLE KING-GILCHRIS T F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My family and my future.

If you could meet anyone, who would it be? Barack Obama and LeBron James.

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? Buy my mom a house, four cars, sneakers and clothes.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Help my team earn a championship ring and get better as an athlete and a person.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Don’t really have one

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? Meeting new friends and the parties.

The best meal I ever ate was: Thanksgiving, Christmas and Sunday meals

Favorite store to shop in: Sneaker stores

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? My footwork, ball-handling and pull-up jumpers. I also worked on raising my confidence.

CAREER S TATIS TICS (at Florida State) Year

G-GS

Year G-GS 2012-13 13-0

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A

FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. 10-26 .385 4-11 .364

Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. A PF TO BS S 25 1.9 15 1.2 3 8 7 1 5

PF TO BS S

Three-Point FG: 1-11 (.091) in 2012-13

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E LO E DEFERIOKA Position: Forward Height: 6-3 Year: Freshman Hometown: Warri, Nigeria High School: Life Center Academy High School Coach: Ron Kessler

High School/Personal Averaged nine points, 11.1 rebounds and three blocks per game as a senior at Life Center Academy in Burlington, N.J…Named the MVP of the 2013 ISAA Tournament while leading her school to a 28-3 record overall and a No. 1 ranking for prep schools in the state by the Star-Ledger.… Key frontcourt players for a team that won the NACA national championship after defeating New Hope Christian in the final round…Tabbed as a four-star recruit by ESPN HoopsGurlz and ranked as the 14th-best post player in the nation… Played for the Nigerian national team in the 2011 FIBA U19 World Championship …Ranked 260th in the country overall by the All-Star Girls Report and ranked 124th by JumpOffPlus.com… Made the Star-Ledger’s third-team all-prep squad as a senior…Lists Chris Bosh as her favorite athlete…Also recruited by Washington University, Fordham, Old Dominion, Saint Joseph’s, Georgia Tech and Drexel…Has one brother and one sister...Plans to play professionally after college and return to Nigeria to help grow the game and have access to better educational opportunities in her home country.

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E LO E DEFERIOKA

F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

The ability to tackle a problem and never give up, no matter how challenging.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? My father

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? Buy my mother a house.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: To be the best player I can possibly become and be a difference-maker.

Favorite TV Show: Big Bang Theory and Everybody Hates Chris.

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? The fact that so many people here care about me.

The best meal I ever ate was: Spicy chicken wings and sweet potato fries.

Favorite store to shop in: Macy’s and Forever 21

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? I worked on shooting and my post moves.

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KE LLY LOF T US Position: Guard Height: 5-10 Year: Freshman Hometown: Alexandria, Virginia High School: Mount Vernon High School Coach: Courtney Coffer

High School/Personal Played four seasons of varsity basketball at Mount Vernon in Alexandria, Va., leading the Majors to three National District championships with the team falling one victory shy of a state tournament berth in 2012…Despite losing its top-three seniors, led Mount Vernon to a district title and a 21-5 record while being named third-team all-region, all-district and to the all-defensive team…As a junior, averaged 14.7 points, 4.5 steals and three assists for a squad that finished 25-2 and advanced to the regional semifinals…Named MVP of her team that season and garnered first-team all-district and all-region honors….Lists Dwayne Wade, Chris Paul and Skylar Diggins as her favorite athletes…Has one sister…Plans to pursue a career in journalism.

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KE LLY LOF T US

F UN FACTS

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? Chris Brown

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I’d buy a Range Rover and a house in California and New York. Plus I would make sure to take care of my family and close friends.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Win a conference championship and get a ring.

Favorite Reality TV Show: Catfish

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? Being right next to New York City.

The best meal I ever ate was: A good Thanksgiving meal.

Favorite store to shop in: Urban Outfitters

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? My footwork.

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KRYS TAL L U CIANO Position: Guard Height: 5-5 Year: Freshman Hometown: San Juan, Puerto Rico High School: Colegio San Antonio High School Coach: Pedro Navas

High School/Personal Played seven sports for Colegio San Antonio in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, including basketball, soccer, volleyball, ping pong, softball, bowling and ran track and field…As a junior, averaged 13 points, nine assists and five rebounds…Participated in the U18 FIBA championships for Puerto Rico, averaging 7.4 points, three assists and 4.2 rebounds per game…Played in the Centrobasket U17 championships in 2011, averaging eight points, 6.6 assists and 3.2 rebounds…Lists J.J. Barea and Maya Moore as her favorite athletes… Career plans include starting a therapy program for athletes in her native Puerto Rico…Chose Hofstra for its strong academics, the ability to play Division I basketball and the chance to study in the New York metropolitan area…Has one brother…Started playing basketball at age 6.

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KRYS TAL L U CIANO

F UN FACTS What Inspires You?

My family is my biggest inspiration, especially my mom because she is a hard-worker and a fighter. That inspires me to work hard and fight for what I want in life.

If you could meet any one person, who would it be? Roberto Clemente

If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy? I would buy a big house for my family and provide all the luxuries they would want. I’d also get an Audi R8.

Basketball goal for 2013-14: Win the CAA championship!

Favorite Reality TV Show: The Challenge

My favorite thing about Hofstra outside of basketball is? All the activities Hofstra has and the chance to meet new people. I also like spending time with my teammates.

The best meal I ever ate was: Christmas food from Puerto Rico.

Favorite store to shop in: Pac Sun

What part of your game did you work on the most during the offseason? I worked on my shot.

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Robert Morris University Friday, November 8 at Robert Morris

Location: Moon Township, PA Nickname: Colonials Enrollment: 5,413 Director of Athletics: Dr. Craig Coleman

Head Coach: Sal Buscaglia Record at School: 167-138/10 years Assistant Coaches: Charlie Buscaglia, Chenel Harris, Maureen Hester, Scott Schneider 2012-13 Record: 7-22, 6-12 NEC Women’s Basketball SID: Ken Baker Email: baker@rmu.edu Athletics Website: rmucolonials.com

Boston College Tuesday, November 12 at Hofstra

Location: Chestnut Hill, MA Nickname: Eagles Enrollment: 14,640 Director of Athletics: Brad Bates Head Coach: Erik Johnson Record at School: 12-19/1 year Assistant Coaches: Yvonne Hawkins, Shelley Sheetz, Lisa Faulkner

2012-13 Record: 12-19, 5-13 ACC Women’s Basketball SID: Stephanie Tunnera

Email: tunnera@bc.edu Athletics Website: bceagles.com

Northwestern University Wednesday, November 20 at Northwestern

Location: Evanston, IL Nickname: Wildcats Enrollment: 8,367 Director of Athletics: Jim Phillips Head Coach: Joe McKeown Record at School: 71-85/5 years Assistant Coaches: Sam Dixon, Allison Guth, Carrie Banks

2012-13 Record: 13-17, 5-11 Big Ten Women’s Basketball SID: Betsy Golomski

Email: golomski@northwestern.edu Athletics Website: nusports.com

Virginia Tech Saturday, November 23 at Hofstra

Location: Blacksburg, VA Nickname: Hokies Enrollment: 28,836 Director of Athletics: Jim Weaver Head Coach: Dennis Wolff Record at School: 17-43/2 years Assistant Coaches: Thomas Joyce, Bett Shelby, Jermaine Woods

2012-13 Record: 10-20, 4-14 ACC Women’s Basketball SID: April Goode

Email: a.goode@vt.edu Athletics Website: hokiesports.com

Fordham University Friday, November 15 at Hofstra

Concordia College Monday, December 2 at Hofstra

Location: Bronx, NY Nickname: Rams Enrollment: 8,427 Director of Athletics: David Roach Head Coach: Stephanie Gaitley Record at School: 38-27/2 years Assistant Coaches: Angelika Szumilo,

Location: Bronxville, NY Nickname: Clippers Enrollment: 953 Director of Athletics: Ivan Marquez Head Coach: John DeSio Record at School: 22-57/3 years Assistant Coaches: Christie Tomasino,

Dale Hodges, Laura Forbes

2012-13 Record: 26-9, 12-2 A-10 Women’s Basketball SID: Andrew O’Connell

Jen Jules

2012-13 Record: 9-18, 8-11 CACC Women’s Basketball SID: Brian Snow

Email: brian.snow@concordia-ny.edu Email: anoconnell@fordham.edu Athletics Website: fordhamsports.com Athletics Website:

UC Davis Saturday, December 7 at Hofstra

Location: Davis, CA Nickname: Aggies Enrollment: 32,153 Director of Athletics: Terry Tumey Head Coach: Jennifer Gross Record at School: 29-31/2 years Assistant Coaches: Joe Teramoto,

Central Connecticut State University Monday, December 30 at Central Connecticut

Location: New Britain, CT Nickname: Blue Devils Enrollment: 12,000 Director of Athletics: Paul Schlickmann

Head Coach: Beryl Piper Des Abeyta, Matt Klemin Record at School: 82-98/6 years 2012-13 Record: 12-18, 7-11 Big West Assistant Coaches: Glenn Senecal, Women’s Basketball SID: Jason Spencer Kerri Reaves, Kris Baugh Email: jjspencer@ucdavis.edu 2012-13 Record: 16-14, 10-8 NEC Athletics Website: ucdavisaggies.com Women’s Basketball SID: Tommy Meade

Email: meadet@ccsu.edu Athletics Website: ccsubluedevils.com

Saint Joseph’s University Tuesday, December 10 at Saint Joseph’s

Location: Philadelphia, PA Nickname: Hawks Enrollment: 4,650 Director of Athletics: Don DiJulia Head Coach: Cindy Griffin Record at School: 223-156/12 years Assistant Coaches: Susan Moran, Stephanie McCaffrey, Jada Pierce

2012-13 Record: 23-8, 11-3 A-10 Women’s Basketball SID: Jack Jumper

Email: jjumper@sju.edu Athletics Website: sjuhawks.com

Harvard University Saturday, December 21 at Harvard

Location: Cambridge, MA Nickname: Crimson Enrollment: 21,000 Director of Athletics: Bob Scalise Head Coach: Kathy Delaney-Smith Record at School: 495-340/31 years Assistant Coaches: Kelly Cole, Lindsay Hallion, Amanda Leahy

2012-13 Record: 21-9, 11-3 Ivy Women’s Basketball SID: Allison Miller

Email: allisonmiller@fas.harvard.edu Athletics Website: gocrimson.com

concordiaclippers.com

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University at Albany Wednesday, January 1 at Hofstra

Location: Albany, NY Nickname: Great Danes Enrollment: 19,300 Director of Athletics: Lee McElroy Head Coach: Katie Abrahamson-Henderson

Record at School: 66-28/3 years Assistant Coaches: Tahnee Balerio, Mary Grimes, Kelly Komara

2012-13 Record: 27-4, 16-0 America East

Women’s Basketball SID: Dave Vatz Email: dvatz@albany.edu Athletics Website: ualbanysports.com


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University of Delaware Sunday, January 5 - at Delaware Thursday, February 27 at Hofstra

Location: Newark, DE Nickname: Fightin’ Blue Hens Enrollment: 16,000 Director of Athletics: Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler

Head Coach: Tina Martin Record at School: 341-181/18 years Assistant Coaches: Jeanine Radice,

College of Charleston Friday, January 17 - at Hofstra Sunday, February 16 at Charleston

Location: Charleston, SC Nickname: Cougars Enrollment: 11,723 Director of Athletics: Joe Hull Head Coach: Natasha Adair Record at School: 16-16/1 year Assistant Coaches: Bob Clark, Conference

Britt King and Victoria Wancel 2012-13 Record: 17-13, 10-8 CAA

2012-13 Record: 8-22, 6-12 CAA Women’s Basketball SID:

Mallory Majcher Email: m.majcher@neu.edu Athletics Website: gonu.com

Email: atphillips01@wm.edu Athletics Website: tribeathletics.com

Women’s Basketball SID:

Women’s Basketball SID:

Maggie Hayon Email: mhayon@udel.edu Athletics Website: bluehens.com

Ryan Madden Email: maddenrm@cofc.edu Athletics Website: cofcsports.com

Christie Rogers and James Simmons

2012-13 Record: 12-18, 6-12 CAA Women’s Basketball SID: Megan O’Brien

Email: mobrien@towson.edu Athletics Website: towsontigers.com

Location: Williamsburg, VA Nickname: Tribe Enrollment: 8,258 Director of Athletics: Terry Driscoll Head Coach: Ed Swanson Record at School: First Year Assistant Coaches: Jeanette Wedo,

Donchez Graham and Melba Chambers

2012-13 Record: 16-16, 11-9 Southern

Location: Towson, MD Nickname: Tigers Enrollment: 22,499 Director of Athletics: Tim Leonard Head Coach: Niki Reid Geckeler Record at School: First Year Assistant Coaches: Brian Johnson,

The College of William & Mary Sunday, February 9 - at Hofstra Wednesday, March 5 at William & Mary

Location: Boston, MA Nickname: Huskies Enrollment: 21,257 Director of Athletics: Peter Roby Head Coach: Daynia La-Force Record at School: 76-136/7 years Assistant Coaches: Tom Blake,

Tiara Malcom, Tom Lochner 2012-13 Record: 32-4, 18-0 CAA

Towson University Thursday, January 9 - at Hofstra Tuesday, January 6 - at Towson

Northeastern University Thursday, January 23 at Northeastern Thursday, February 20 at Hofstra

James Madison University Sunday, January 19 - at Hofstra; Sunday, February 23 at James Madison

Location: Harrisonburg, VA Nickname: Dukes Enrollment: 19,512 Director of Athletics: Jeff Bourne Head Coach: Kenny Brooks Record at School: 252-106/12 years Assistant Coaches: Sean O’Regan,

Women’s Basketball SID:

Drexel University Sunday, February 2 - at Drexel Sunday, March 2 - at Hofstra

Location: Philadelphia, PA Nickname: Dragons Enrollment: 21,912 Director of Athletics: Dr. Eric Zillmer Head Coach: Denise Dillon Record at School: 179-135/10 years Assistant Coaches: Amy Mallon, Melissa Dunne and Stacy McCullough

Millette Green and Kelly Killion

Andrew Phillips

New Jersey Institute of Technology Thursday, February 13 at Hofstra

Location: Newark, NJ Nickname: Highlanders Enrollment: 9,944 Director of Athletics: Lenny Kaplan Head Coach: Steve Lanpher Record at School: 16-15/1 year Assistant Coaches: Mark McCaleb,

Jennifer Brown and Sarah Williams 2012-13 Record: 25-11, 15-3 CAA

2012-13 Record: 28-10, 13-5 CAA Women’s Basketball SID:

Brian Hansen Email: hansenbj@jmu.edu Athletics Website: jmusports.com

Women’s Basketball SID: Email: sea65@drexel.edu Stephanie Pillari Athletics Website: drexeldragons.com Email: pillari@njit.edu Athletics Website: njithighlanders.com

Women’s Basketball SID:

Sam Angell

LaKea Jones and Epiphany Smith

2012-13 Record: 16-15, 6-2 Great West

UNCW Sunday, January 12 - at UNCW Friday, January 31 at Hofstra

Location: Wilmington, NC Nickname: Seahawks Enrollment: 13,335 Director of Athletics: Jimmy Bass Head Coach: Adell Harris Record at School: 5-26/1 years Assistant Coaches: Jason Eshbaugh, Richard Moore and Kim Tingley

2012-13 Record: 5-26, 3-15 CAA Women’s Basketball SID: Jarrett Abelson

Email: abelsonj@uncw.edu Athletics Website: uncwsports.com

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THIS IS HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY

H

ofstra University provides a dynamic college experience tailored for engaged and ambitious individuals. Students find pride and purpose at Hofstra, through small classes, a faculty whose primary concern is teaching, cutting edge technology, extensive library resources, internships, and active and compelling educational programs that appeal to their interests and abilities. The Hofstra community is driven, dynamic and energetic, helping students find and focus their strengths to prepare them for a successful future. In its relatively short 78-year history, Hofstra has established itself as a world-class institution of higher education and cultural enterprise. Each academic year, the Hofstra campus and the programs offered grow and change to meet the demands of our students and our community. Hofstra opened in 1935 as a commuter school with all classes and offices housed in one building. Since those early days, Hofstra has evolved into an international institution with a student body hailing from all 50 states and 66 countries around the world. The beautiful campus is an accredited arboretum with 115 buildings on 240 acres. There are approximately 3,800 students living on campus, and Hofstra offers them and all students an extensive array of academic and social activities. Additionally, Hofstra’s close proximity to Manhattan means that students have easy access to the wondrous cultural, social and career offerings of the city. While the campus and its offerings have changed, what has remained consistent throughout the years is the sense of community on campus, the eagerness of our students to learn and the commitment of the Hofstra faculty and administration to provide a challenging education that encourages the pursuit of lifelong learning. The Colleges and Schools of the University are: Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Honors College, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, School of Education, School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Health Sciences and Human Services, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Hofstra University, School for University Studies and Hofstra University Continuing Education. Hofstra offers six undergraduate degrees in 140 different areas of study. Eleven graduate degrees are also offered with approximately 150 programs of study to choose from. The University offers three first professional degrees and 14 dual degrees as well. Hofstra joined with North Shore-LIJ Health System in establishing a medical school on the University campus in October 2007. The new school, which welcomed its first class in July 2011, is the first allopathic (MD) medical school in Nassau County and the first in New York State since 1963. On October 16, 2012, Hofstra hosted its second Presidential Debate, held in the “town hall” format, between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Hofstra also hosted the third and final presidential debate of the 2008 election cycle, between then Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain, on October 15, 2008. The debate was a transformational moment for the University, highlighting the achievements of our students and faculty and their engagement in the political process. Leading up to the first debate, students and the entire community were engaged by the year-long Educate ’08 program – almost 150 lectures, conferences, and events focused on the issues, history and politics of the presidency – followed by Define ’09, which looked at the first year of the Obama presidency.

The University continues to host important political events, such as the New York State Gubernatorial Debate in 2010 and a visit from Newark, NJ, Mayor Cory Booker to kick of the Debate 2012 - Pride, Politics & Policy program. Hofstra opened its School of Engineering and Applied Science in September 2012. The new school features a co-op education program that will partner with a network of industry leaders to offer students substantial work experience before they graduate. The School of Engineering and Applied Science will combine and expand the University’s existing Engineering and Computer Science departments to develop a curriculum that emphasizes high-tech research, practical work experience and inter-disciplinary study, integrating resources and faculty from other parts of the institution, including the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and the Frank G. Zarb School of Business. Hofstra’s Lawrence Herbert School of Communication is one of the largest, most advanced non-commercial television facilities in the East. Students take classes and work in a sophisticated television production/post-production facility with two broadcast-quality studios and control rooms; two advanced online video edit suites; two Avid non-linear digital editing systems and several cuts-only video work stations. Two satellite dishes are available with one dish providing special news feeds for the broadcast journalism room, which also has access to Associated Press, Lexis-Nexis and Dow Jones services. In addition, the facility is capable of broadcasting student-produced programming to the entire campus on our own cable channels. Also located here is the University’s radio station (WRHU/88.7-FM), audio production studios, a film/video screening room, film editing rooms, a computer laboratory, a speech performance studio and a large dance studio. Hofstra’s C.V. Starr Hall offers academic facilities that are among the most technologically advanced in the nation. Every seat in every classroom allows students direct access to the Internet and Hofstra network, including the resources of Hofstra’s Axinn Library. Hofstra’s growing computer facilities offer extensive high-tech training opportunities. There are computer terminals throughout the campus for student and faculty use, with more than 750 PC, Macintosh and UNIX workstations available in labs and classrooms. Hofstra hosts more than 500 cultural events annually, bringing thousands of scholars, dignitaries and other participants to campus.

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THIS IS HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY More than 200 musical and dramatic performances take place on campus each year. The Hofstra Museum, which houses one of the largest art collections in the metropolitan area, coordinates approximately eight exhibitions annually and offers exhibition areas and an extensive outdoor sculpture collection, with 750 pieces. The Hofstra Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums – one of only 94 universities in the nation and one of six in New York to hold that distinction. Hofstra also has six theaters, a student newspaper, a lively student center, a recently renovated recreation center and numerous athletic facilities, including the 13,000-seat James M. Shuart Stadium and the 5,023-seat David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. Hofstra also has an indoor, Olympic-sized (eight lane, 50-meter) swimming pool, one of the largest such facilities in the New York metropolitan area. The Hofstra athletics program competes on the NCAA Division I level and is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. The University sponsors 17 intercollegiate programs – eight men’s sports and nine women’s sports. Hofstra has men’s teams in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, golf, tennis, wrestling, soccer and cross country. Women’s sports include basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, cross country and golf. Hofstra’s academic programs are accredited by numerous national agencies and the University is one of only 280 schools, out of more than 3,600 colleges and universities nationwide, with a chapter of the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Of Hofstra’s 1,135 faculty members, 517 are full time and 93 percent hold the highest degree in their

fields. The average undergraduate class size is 21 students, while student-faculty ratio is 14-to-1. Hofstra University is 100-percent program accessible to persons with disabilities, and has been cited as a national model for this achievement. NATIONAL RECOGNITION For the fourth straight year, Hofstra has been selected as one of Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” receiving recognition for having an innovative and high quality teaching environment as well as clear requirements for tenure. Hofstra has also been named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education & Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary commitment to service and civic engagement on and off campus. Hofstra continues to be recognized by U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, Fiske, Washington Monthly, and Forbes on each of their Best College lists. The University was ranked in Tier One in US News & World Report at number 134, an improvement of 17 positions since the 2006 edition. Princeton Review has also recognized Hofstra for the 3rd year in their “Guide to Green Colleges”, which profiles colleges and universities committed to sustainability inside and outside the classroom. U.S. News & World Report has once again ranked The School of Education, the Frank G. Zarb School of Business, and the Maurice A. Deane School of Law as Best Graduate Schools, as well as recognized Hofstra’s graduate online programs in business, information technology, and education as top 100 programs. The Frank G. Zarb School of Business was also ranked among the top 75 M.B.A. programs by Forbes magazine, one of the top 5 Largest M.B.A. programs by Crain’s New York, and the undergraduate business program was ranked 117th in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The undergraduate engineering program was ranked at 57 in U.S. News & World Report ranking of nondoctoral engineering programs.

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T HE NUMBERS 17 18

Varsity sports

Eateries on campus

20

Local and national fraternities and sororities

21

Average undergraduate class size

22 37 100 200+ 500 1935

Academic accreditations Residence halls Percent program accessibility to persons with disabilities Student clubs and organizations Cultural events per year Founding date

6,899

Full-time undergraduate enrollment

11,090

Total University enrollment, including part-time undergraduate, graduate and School of Law

124,000+ 1.2 Million

Hofstra alumni Volumes available at Hofstra University Libraries

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HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY

PRESIDEN T

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tuart Rabinowitz was chosen by the Hofstra University Board of Trustees to serve as the eighth president of the University on December 20, 2000. Prior to his appointment, he served as dean of Hofstra University School of Law from September 1989 through June 2001. He joined the faculty of the School of Law in 1972. President Rabinowitz currently holds the Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professorship in Civil Procedure. President Rabinowitz holds positions with a number of important government and community organizations, including the Judicial Advisory Council of the State of New York Unified Court System - County of Nassau, and the Nassau County Health and Welfare Council. He serves as a trustee of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, and on the Board of Directors for the Fair Media Council and the Long Island Technology Network. President Rabinowitz is a former member of the Nassau County Blue Ribbon Financial Review Panel, former chair of the Nassau County Local Advisory Board, and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Long Island Association. Additionally, President Rabinowitz served as a member of the Nassau County Commission on Government Revision, which was charged with drafting a new charter and a new form of government for the County. He is the recipient of the Martin Luther King Living the Dream Award, EOC; Distinguished Service in the Cause of Justice, Legal Aid Society; UJA Federation Leadership Award; the Bar Association of Nassau County Proclamation for Outstanding Service to both the legal profession and the community; the Community Service Award from the Conference of Jewish Organizations of Nassau County; and the Alumni Association of the City College of New York 2005 Townsend Harris Medal. He has also been honored by the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet) and was the recipient of Networking magazine’s David Award. President Rabinowitz received a juris doctor, magna cum laude, from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a member of the board of editors of the Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He graduated from City College of New York with honors, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the American Law Institute.

PRESIDENT RABINOWITZ, HOFSTRA PRIDE CLUB BOARD MEMBER JAMES C. METZGER ’83 AND HOFSTRA PRIDE CLUB PRESIDENT E. DAVID WOYCIK ’77

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As of October 2013 OFFICERS Janis M. Meyer,* Chair James E. Quinn,* Vice Chair Peter G. Schiff, Vice Chair David S. Mack,* Secretary Stuart Rabinowitz, President ____________________

M. PATRICIA ADAMSKI Senior Vice President for Planning and Administration

JESSICA EADS Vice President for Enrollment Services

JOSEPH M. BARKWILL Vice President for Facilities and Operations

DOLORES FREDRICH, ESQ. Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel

SANDRA S. JOHNSON Vice President for Student Affairs

DR. HERMAN BERLINER Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

RICHARD V. GUARDINO, JR., ESQ. Vice President for Business Development

ROBERT W. JUCKIEWICZ Vice President for Information Technology

MEMBERS Alan J. Bernon* Tejinder Bindra Robert F. Dall* Steven J. Freiberg* Arno H. Fried Martin B. Greenberg* Leo A. Guthart Peter S. Kalikow* Arthur J. Kremer Diana E. Lake* Karen L. Lutz John D. Miller* Marilyn B. Monter* Martha S. Pope Julio A. Portalatin* Edwin C. Reed Robert D. Rosenthal* Debra A. Sandler* Thomas J. Sanzone* Joseph Sparacio* Frank G. Zarb* DELEGATES Stuart L. Bass,* Chair, University Senate Executive Committee Tanya Levy-Odom,* President, Alumni Organization William F. Nirode, Speaker of the Faculty Andrea Standrowicz, President, Student Government Association Ron Singh, Vice President, Student Government Association Eugene Maccarrone,* Chair, University Senate Planning James M. Shuart,* President Emeritus

STEPHANIE BUSHEY Vice President for Institutional Research and Assessment

JEFFREY A. HATHAWAY Vice President and Director of Athletics

MELISSA CONNOLLY Vice President for University Relations

CATHERINE HENNESSY Vice President for Financial Affairs and Treasurer

ALAN J. KELLY Vice President for Development

Wilbur Breslin, Trustee Emeritus Emil V. Cianciulli,* Chair Emeritus John J. Conefry, Jr., Chair Emeritus Maurice A. Deane,* Chair Emeritus George G. Dempster,* Chair Emeritus Joseph L. Dionne,* Trustee Emeritus Helene Fortunoff, Chair Emerita Lawrence Herbert,* Trustee Emeritus Florence Kaufman, Trustee Emerita Walter B. Kissinger, Trustee Emeritus Ann M. Mallouk,* Chair Emerita Thomas H. O’Brien, Trustee Emeritus Arnold A. Saltzman, Trustee Emeritus Norman R. Tengstrom,* Trustee Emeritus * Hofstra Alumni

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JEFFREY A. HAT HAWAY

VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF ATHLE TICS at the school from 1990 to 2001. In his two years away from the Storrs campus, Hathaway enjoyed a successful tenure as the director of athletics at Colorado State University from 2001 to 2003. During Hathaway’s career, he has always made the academic success of student-athletes a top priority. In the classroom, more than 50% of UConn’s 650 student-athletes achieved a 3.0 “B-or better” semester grade point average during the spring and/or fall semesters of the 2010 calendar year, including 16 who earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average. In addition, the Division of Athletics consistently maintained a 99 percent academic retention rate among its student-athletes.

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effrey A. Hathaway is entering his second year as the Vice President and Director of Athletics at Hofstra University in 2013-14.

Hathaway, formerly the Director of Athletics at the University of Connecticut and the chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, was introduced by Hofstra University President Stuart Rabinowitz on May 15, 2012. “In collegiate athletics, the name Jeff Hathaway means success on any number of levels: in the classroom, on the playing field, in the boardroom, with donors and the media. Most importantly, Jeff’s focus on excellence, ethics, leadership and academics will allow the Hofstra Pride athletics program to move to the next level of excellence,” said Rabinowitz. “His tenure at the University of Connecticut was one of unprecedented growth, and under his leadership, we look forward to ushering in a new era of Hofstra Pride athletic success.”  “I am excited to join the Hofstra University community and to have the opportunity to provide leadership and serve the studentathletes, coaches and staff in this outstanding athletics program,” commented Hathaway at his introductory press conference.  “I particularly would like to thank President Stuart Rabinowitz for allowing me to become part of the Hofstra University family. Throughout my career I have been part of programs that have competed against Hofstra and I have seen firsthand the success the Pride has had over the years.  My primary focus will be on the academic achievement of our student-athletes and providing them the opportunity to participate and achieve in

their academic and athletic endeavors as we prepare them for their lives after graduation from Hofstra.”   In his first year at Hofstra, Hathaway oversaw a department that produced four Colonial Athletic Association championship and NCAA Tournament teams, as well as two other teams that reached the conference championship game. In addition, Hofstra Athletics saw three student-athletes earn Academic All-America accolades and five garner CAA ScholarAthlete of the Year honors. On of those Academic All-Americans, Joe Burg, also was a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship in 2012, becoming just the second Hofstra student to ever earn the distinction. The Pride not only flourished on the fields and in the classroom, but also in the area of athletic development. The Hofstra Pride Club enjoyed a banner year with $1.1 million in cash funds raised, a 13% increase over 201112, and a 16% increase in annual funds. In 2013 Hathaway was named to the NCAA Division I Leadership Council, continuing his long tradition of service on a national level. Hathaway guided the University of Connecticut (UConn) Division of Athletics through an unprecedented period of academic and athletic achievement during his eight years as director of athletics from 2003 to 2011. At the same time, he became an influential leader for college athletics on both the national and conference level. Hathaway played a vital role in UConn’s success story for nearly 20 years as he was the executive associate director of athletics

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The University of Connecticut was saluted for its community service efforts by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) three times under Hathaway’s watch for its community service efforts. UConn was also honored by the NCAS in 2006 and 2007 for its efforts to assist former student-athletes in earning their college degree. Hathaway’s leadership positions have extended beyond the campus. He recently completed a five-year term as a member of the prestigious NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, representing the BIG EAST Conference, serving as chair in 201112. As a member of the 10-person committee, Hathaway took part in the selection and administration of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship and the administration of the CBS/Turner television contract. During his tenure at both Colorado State and UConn, he was a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet. On the conference level, Hathaway was the chair of the BIG EAST Athletic Directors Executive Committee through November of 2009. He is also past chairman of the BIG EAST Championship and Competition Committee as well as the league’s Finance Committee, and also served on the Television Committee. Hathaway is a past member of the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). In 2004 The Sporting News named Hathaway to its “Power 100 List” - comprised of the 100 most powerful people in sports. During his time at the University of Connecticut, private fundraising averaged more than $13 million a year. Hathaway was also responsible negotiating several key


JEFFREY A. HAT HAWAY

VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF ATHLE TICS revenue and partnership agreements, securing major gifts, and guiding the building of two LEED certified athletic facilities, UConn’s first, which received recognition from the University and from the Connecticut Real Estate Exchange.

W HAT T HEY ARE SAYING AB OU T

Hathaway led a head coaching staff that is one of the most experienced in the country. At the conclusion of Hathaway’s tenure, UConn had 12 head coaches that had been in their current position 10 or more years as of the 2010-11 academic year.

PHILIP E. AUSTIN, President Emeritus, University of Connecticut “I had the pleasure of working with Jeff Hathaway through my tenure as president of the University of Connecticut. He was a valuable member of our senior leadership team and led the athletic program to its most successful era. Jeff is committed to not only athletic excellence but also academic excellence, integrity and the overall welfare of student athletes.”

In Hathaway’s final year with UConn, the Huskies experienced great athletic success. The men’s basketball team won its third NCAA Division I Championship while the football team played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. In addition, the women’s basketball team played in the NCAA Final Four for the fourth consecutive season and set a college basketball record for most consecutive wins with 90. The UConn baseball team made history with its first-ever appearance in NCAA Super Regional play. The men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey teams participated in NCAA tournaments while representatives from men’s and women’s track and field and women’s diving also took part in NCAA action.

JOSEPH R. CASTIGLIONE, Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Oklahoma “From our days in college to the many years as colleagues in the profession, I have always known Jeff Hathaway to be a man of character. He has a tenacious work ethic, an innate ability to establish the right vision, mission and values for the organization he leads and a collaborative style to appropriately involve all stakeholders in the process of setting goals and creating the means to achieve them. At the heart of it all is a passionate commitment to creating the best possible environment for student athlete success. Hofstra University made a wonderful decision in hiring Jeff.”

Hathaway originally came to Connecticut in November of 1990 as senior associate athletic director. In that role, he oversaw the day-to-day operations of the Division of Athletics and served as a program administrator for several sports. During Hathaway’s tenure at Colorado State, he oversaw a 15-sport program – nine women’s teams and six men’s. Hathaway was an extremely successful fundraiser during his time in Fort Collins. The school drew national attention for a $15.2 million gift for football stadium renovations and expansion. Prior to joining UConn, Hathaway served in a number of capacities at his alma mater, the University of Maryland, from 1982 to 1990, including assistant athletics director for marketing and communications, acting assistant athletics director for business affairs, athletics business manager and men’s basketball trainer. Hathaway earned his degree in athletic administration from Maryland in 1981. He later received a master’s degree in general administration from Maryland and is currently continuing work on a PhD in the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of Connecticut. Hathaway and his wife, Paula, have two children – Meghan (22) and Michael (18).

JEFFREY A. HAT HAWAY

MARK EMMERT, President, National Collegiate Athletic Association “Jeff did a tremendous job as a member and later chair of the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. His efforts directly contributed to lifelong experiences for thousands of student-athletes. I’m confident that he will bring the same dedication and passion to the athletic program and the student-athletes of Hofstra.” JIM NANTZ, CBS Sports “I have known Jeff Hathaway a long time and there is no one I respect more in college athletics than Jeff Hathaway. This is a big day for Hofstra University and the future of Hofstra has been placed in good hands. Jeff is a high-achieving, high-quality person that I have gotten to know well during his tenure as the Chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s success as a leader speaks for itself. He has the Midas touch!” MIKE SLIVE, Commissioner, Southeastern Conference “I have known Jeff Hathaway for many years and had the pleasure of serving with him on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s extensive experience, his enthusiasm and his energy makes him a leader no matter what room he is in. His commitment to assisting young men and women in getting an education while participating in college sports make him an outstanding choice as Hofstra’s new athletics director.” MIKE TRANGHESE, former Commissioner, Big East Conference “Jeff is an outstanding administrator who will provide Hofstra with great leadership in the future. He has long been a leader in collegiate athletics and Hofstra will do well with Jeff at the helm. ” TOM YEAGER, Commissioner, Colonial Athletic Association “Jeff Hathaway is one of the brightest, creative and competent administrators in college athletics. Everyone in the CAA is excited about his joining our team and we look forward to his contribution to the continued success of the Hofstra program and the CAA.” KEVIN WHITE, Vice President/Director of Athletics, Duke University “Hofstra literally hit the proverbial lottery! Hiring Jeff Hathaway as vice president and director of athletics – a highly seasoned athletic director who is clearly one of the most skilled and talented administrators within the NCAA – is nothing short of an immeasurable leadership acquisition!”

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AT HLE TIC ADMINIS TRATION AND

HE AD COACHES

RACHEL AUGUST Assistant Director of Athletics/ Administration

CATHY AULL Athletic Department Secretary

PETE ALFANO Cross Country Coach

ROB ANSPACH Wrestling Coach

ANN BALLER Associate Director of Athletic Facilities

DR. MICHAEL BARNES Faculty Athletics Representative

ALLISON BRADSHAW Strength and Conditioning Coach

NEIL COLLINS Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

JOHN CONSIDINE Assistant Equipment Manager

TARA COPPOLA Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

MARIA CORVINO Assistant Director of Athletics/Ticket Operations

COURTENEY CREWS Assistant Director of Athletic Development

MAREN CROWLEY Women’s Golf Coach

KATHY DE ANGELIS Field Hockey Coach

BILL EDWARDS Softball Coach

JOE ELLIOTT Men’s Golf Coach

DAVID FERNANDEZ Athletic Facilities Coordinator

JIM FURLONG Director of Athletic Development

JIM GIBBONS Associate Director of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services

DOUG GILLIES Athletic Facilities Coordinator

COLM KENNEDY Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

KRISTA KILBURNSTEVESKEY Women’s Basketball Coach

CHRISSY ARNONE Assistant Director of Athletics/Marketing and Promotions

JAY ARTINIAN Senior Associate Director of Athletics/ Facilities

JAMES BARONE BROOKE BENDERNAGEL BRIAN BERT Athletic Facilities Assistant Director of Assistant Strength and Coordinator Athletic Development Conditioning Coach

STEPHEN GORCHOV KRISTINA HERNANDEZ Associate Director Volleyball Coach of Athletics/ Communications

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BRIAN BOHL Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications


AT HLE TIC ADMINIS TRATION AND

HE AD COACHES

JAMES LALLY Assistant Director of Athletics/ StudentAthlete Services and Life Skills Development

LAUREN LEO Director of Tennis

CINDY LEWIS Senior Associate Director of Athletics

KEVIN MURGA Athletic Facilities Coordinator

RICHARD NUTTALL Men’s Soccer Coach

JEANNE O’KEEFE Athletic Department Secretary

JOHN RUSSO Baseball Coach

DAVID SALOMON Athletic Facilities Coordinator

DIANE SCHUERLEIN Athletic Department Secretary

SHANNON SMITH Women’s Lacrosse Coach

HAILE URQUHART Director of Ticket Sales

MICHELLE SPATERELLA SAMANTHA SWEENEY Assistant Dean of Assistant Director Advisement of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services

DAVE WALSH Assistant Equipment Manager

EVAN MALINGS Head Athletic Trainer

DINO MATTESSICH Deputy Director of Athletics

JOE MIHALICH Men’s Basketball Coach

RACHEL PEELJAMES PRENDERGAST SIMON RIDDIOUGH MACANDREW Assistant Strength and Women’s Soccer Coach Associate Dean of Conditioning Coach University Advisement

JIM SHEEHAN Senior Sports Information Director

LEN SKOROS Director of Athletic Publications

CLARICE SMITH Athletic Department Secretary

HARRIET TEITLE Athletic Department Secretary

KATHY THEILING Equipment Manager

SETH TIERNEY Men’s Lacrosse Coach

WINNIE WYMES Athletic Department Secretary

DR. MICHAEL YORIO Medical Director

RYAN WATSON IRENE WYMES Assistant Director of Ticket Office Graduate Athletic Facilities Assistant

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TE AM TRAVE L ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY Moon Township, PA Friday, November 8, 2013 Transportation: United Airlines Leaving: November 7, 2013 Hotel:  Marriott Pittsburgh Airport 777 Aten Rd. Coraopolis, PA 15108 Returning: November 9, 2013

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Evanston, IL Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Transportation: United Airlines Leaving: November 19, 2013 Hotel:  Hilton Orrington/Evanston 1710 Orrington Ave. Evanston, IL 60201 Returning: November 21, 2013

SAINT JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY PHILADELPHIA, PA Tuesday, December 10, 2013 Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: December 9, 2013 Hotel:  Philadelphia Marriott West 111 Crawford Ave. West Conshohocken, PA 19428 Returning: After game

HARVARD UNIVERSITY Cambridge, MA Saturday, December 21, 2013 Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: December 20, 2013 Hotel:  Boston Marriott Cambridge Two Cambridge Center, 50 Bwy. Cambridge, MA 02124 Returning: After game

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY New Britain, CT Monday, December 30, 2013

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

TOWSON UNIVERSITY

Newark, DE Sunday, January 5, 2014

Towson, MD Thursday, February 6, 2014

Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: January 4, 2014 Hotel: Hilton Christiana Newark 100 Continental Dr. Newark, DE 19713 Returning: After game

Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: February 5, 2014 Hotel:  Towson University Marriott 10 West Burke Ave. Towson, MD 21204 Returning: After game

UNCW

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

Wilmington, NC Sunday, January 12, 2014

Charleston, SC Sunday, February 16, 2014

Transportation: US Air/Southern Express Leaving: January 11, 2014 Hotel:  Holiday Inn 1706 N. Lumina Ave. Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 Returning: After game

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Boston, MA Thursday, January 23, 2014 Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: January 22, 2014 Hotel:  The Colonnade 120 Huntington Ave. Boston, MA 02116 Returning: After game

Transportation:  Delta Airlines/Southern Express Leaving: February 15, 2014 Hotel: Charleston Marriott 170 Lockwood Blvd. Charleston, SC 29403 Returning: After game

JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY Harrisonburg, VA Sunday, February 23, 2014 Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: February 21, 2014 Hotel: Courtyard Harrisonburg 1890 Evelyn Byrd Ave. Harrisonburg, VA 22801 Returning: After game

DREXEL UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

Philadelphia, PA Sunday, February 2, 2014

Williamsburg, VA Wednesday March 5, 2014

Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: February 1, 2014 Hotel:  Philadelphia Marriott Downtown 1201 Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19107 Returning: After game

Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: December 29, 2013 Hotel: TBD Returning: After game

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Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: March 4, 2014 Hotel: TBD Returning: After game

CAA CHAMPIONSHIP Show Place Arena Upper Marlboro, MD Thursday, March 13Sunday, March 16, 2014 Transportation: Coach USA bus Leaving: March 11, 2014 Hotel: Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center 201 Waterfront St. National Harbor, MD 20745 Returning: At completion of tournament play


BASKE TBALL CAMP KRIS TA KILB URN-S TE VESKEY GIRLS BASKE TBALL CAMP For girls entering grades 3-12

The Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Girls Basketball Camp is a perfect summer camp experience for an aspiring athlete who is looking to develop and refine her fundamental basketball skills. Team play, drills and games are emphasized throughout the sessions. The camp features expert instruction, shooting techniques, agilities, games, fundamental stations, contests, and individual and team awards. CAMP OBJECTI VES The camp is designed to focus on skills that cover every aspect of the game. Players are grouped according to level of ability, and receive personalized instruction with an emphasis on enhancing a combination of individual and team skills and play. Fundamentals of the game are taught, demonstrated and drilled every day. Campers learn and hone their skills through hands-on instruction provided by the very best instructors Long Island has to offer. The Hofstra University Women’s Basketball team will demonstrate techniques, and develop campers’ skills in a fun, positive, championship-like environment, and will encourage players of all abilities to be successful at the next level. Each camper takes home a Hofstra Basketball and a Hofstra Pride t-shirt.

For information or to register, call 516-463-CAMP or visit hofstra.edu/camp.

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2012-13

S TATIS TICS AND RES ULTS Final Overall Record: 14-17

Colonial Athletic Association Record: 9-9

Home: 9-5

Away: 3-10

Neutral: 2-2

TOTAL 3-POINT Player GP-GS MIN FG FGA PCT. FG FGA PCT. FT FTA PCT. OR DR TOT AVG. PF A TO BS ST PTS. AVG. Shante Evans 31-31 932 180 385 .468 1 6 .167 137 203 .675 133 223 356 11.5 90 58 112 27 48 498 16.1 CAA 18-18 553 109 218 .500 0 2 .000 77 108 .713 77 138 215 11.9 52 37 66 19 29 295 16.4 Anma Onyeuku 31-29 750 129 252 .512 6 34 .176 26 46 .565 58 115 173 5.6 50 19 43 11 32 290 9.4 CAA 18-18 491 84 163 .515 5 23 .217 15 28 .536 34 76 110 6.1 32 14 27 11 18 188 10.4 Andreana Thomas 31-31 1101 91 286 .318 34 109 .312 65 91 .714 18 93 111 3.6 70 206 166 5 40 281 9.1 CAA 18-18 654 55 171 .322 19 63 .302 41 57 .719 11 58 69 3.8 43 140 105 2 20 170 9.4 Annie Payton 31-10 753 104 289 .360 41 143 .287 13 32 .406 21 43 64 2.1 45 48 86 13 30 262 8.5 CAA 18-4 429 65 163 .399 25 86 .291 4 18 .222 12 23 35 1.9 28 32 50 6 14 159 8.8 Candace Bond 31-41 909 94 236 .398 19 63 .302 34 45 .756 38 119 157 5.1 102 45 49 31 80 241 7.8 CAA 18-18 541 57 138 .413 12 39 .308 18 26 .692 19 80 99 5.5 60 27 22 17 42 144 8.0 Deven Green 21-8 331 47 89 .528 0 3 .000 24 36 .667 19 47 66 3.1 21 6 19 3 7 118 5.6 CAA 11-6 145 23 41 .561 0 0 .000 12 15 .800 9 14 23 2.1 13 1 13 2 2 58 5.3 Asia Jackson 31-13 634 58 171 .339 21 83 .253 12 18 .667 18 39 57 1.8 61 54 76 6 46 149 4.8 CAA 18-8 371 31 91 .341 11 45 .244 1 3 .333 12 20 32 1.8 35 36 38 2 20 74 4.1 Alexis Carter 27-2 383 21 81 .259 3 30 .100 4 9 .444 8 25 33 1.2 30 9 21 2 14 49 1.8 CAA 16-0 225 11 39 .282 1 13 .077 3 5 .600 5 17 22 1.4 23 7 10 2 10 26 1.6 Sydni Epps 26-0 194 10 42 .238 5 26 .192 13 21 .619 10 26 36 1.4 22 4 23 0 4 38 1.5 CAA 15-0 89 5 16 .313 2 9 .222 6 13 .462 4 14 18 1.2 12 1 13 0 2 18 1.2 Dee Thomas-Palmer 28-0 161 8 28 .286 1 5 .200 9 13 .692 10 18 28 1.0 27 0 18 1 5 26 0.9 CAA 17-0 84 5 15 .333 0 1 .000 5 9 .556 8 7 15 0.9 14 0 11 0 4 15 0.9 Ruth Sherrill 20-0 78 2 11 .182 0 0 .000 7 14 .500 10 12 22 1.1 13 0 3 1 4 11 0.6 CAA 13-0 39 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 5 6 11 0.8 10 0 2 0 1 8 0.6 McKenzie Kudron 6-0 24 0 5 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 3 5 0.8 8 0 2 0 0 0 0.0 CAA 1-0 4 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Team 70 66 136 10 33 35 68 5 Total 31 6250 744 1875 .397 131 503 .260 344 528 .652 415 829 1244 40.1 539 449 628 100 310 1963 63.3 CAA 18 3625 446 1060 .421 75 281 .267 188 290 .648 229 489 718 39.9 323 295 362 61 162 1155 64.2 Opponents 31 6249 757 1925 .393 157 504 .312 413 563 .734 420 821 1241 40.0 493 434 558 140 285 2084 67.2 CAA 18 3625 424 1106 .383 89 296 .301 258 338 .763 238 447 685 38.1 288 238 304 76 159 1195 66.4

Score by Halves Hofstra Opponents

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2

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964 977 22 1963 1002 1062 20 2084

2012-2013 HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY BASKE TBALL RES ULTS

Click on each game result to see the online box score.

Opponent Score Att. Hofstra High Scorer

Hofstra High Rebounder

Opponent Score Att. Hofstra High Scorer

#vs. Stetson

(12) Evans, Shante

*at UNCW

#vs. Texas L 52-72 117 (15) Evans, Shante

(6) Evans, Shante (6) Green, Deven

*NORTHEASTERN L 57-59

197 (19) Evans, Shante

(16) Evans, Shante

at St. John’s

L 47-73

1006 (12) Evans, Shante

(10) Onyeuku, Anma

*at Georgia State

W 72-59

659 (19) Evans, Shante

(11) Evans, Shante

SAINT JOSEPH’S

L 55-71

214 (19) Evans, Shante

(15) Evans, Shante

*DREXEL

W 53-43

2126 (14) Evans, Shante

(15) Onyeuku, Anma

at Marist

L 70-85

1648 (19) Evans, Shante

(14) Evans, Shante

*JAMES MADISON L 60-68 1145 (16) Thomas, Andreana (14) Onyeuku, Anma (16) Evans, Shante

HARVARD

L 67-70 (OT) 3147 (24) Evans, Shante

(13) Onyeuku, Anma

*at Towson

L 60-69

314 (16) Bond, Candace (11) Evans, Shante

(6) Bond, Candace (6) Sherrill, Ruth

*at Old Dominion

L 57-80

2975 (16) Onyeuku, Anma (9) Bond, Candace

*DELAWARE

L 50-79

1008 (14) Bond, Candace (8) Evans, Shante

*UNCW

W 70-50

1257 (19) Evans, Shante

(19) Evans, Shante

*at Northeastern

L 81-88

276 (21) Evans, Shante

(17) Evans, Shante

$vs. Northeastern

W 57-52

2396 (15) Thomas, Andreana (11) Evans, Shante

&vs. Delaware

L 54-75

2296 (16) Green, Deven

W 77-75

143 (17) Payton, Annie

at Princeton L 54-84 493 (13) Evans, Shante at Auburn

L 58-68

1535 (21) Onyeuku, Anma (16) Evans, Shante

+OLE MISS

W 72-63

258 (21) Evans, Shante

(16) Evans, Shante

+NORTHWESTERN W 63-54

183 (26) Evans, Shante

(14) Evans, Shante

NORFOLK STATE

W 82-47

136 (20) Jackson, Asia

(13) Evans, Shante

*WILLIAM & MARY W 56-53

310 (11) Evans, Shante

(12) Evans, Shante

*GEORGIA STATE W 64-63 107 (18) Evans, Shante

(8) Thomas, Andreana (8) Evans, Shante

*at George Mason

W 67-53

544 (18) Thomas, Andreana (7) Evans, Shante

*at Drexel

L 53-59

1011 (15) Onyeuku, Anma (7) Evans, Shante

*OLD DOMINION

W 83-72

443 (30) Evans, Shante

*at James Madison

L 85-62

2821 (14) Bond, Candace (12) Bond, Candace

*GEORGE MASON W 72-67 (OT) 255 (33) Evans, Shante

(10) Evans, Shante (23) Evans, Shante

*at Delaware L 63-79 5005 (15) Onyeuku, Anma (14) Evans, Shante (15) Payton, Annie

W 75-69

Hofstra High Rebounder

345 (23) Thomas, Andreana (10) Evans, Shante

(6) Evans, Shante

#WBI Tipoff Classic (Dayton Beach, Fla.) +New York Life Holiday Invitational (Hempstead, N.Y.) *Colonial Athletic Association Game $Colonial Athletic Association Championship Quarterfinals (Upper Marlboro, Md.) &Colonial Athletic Association Championship Semifinals (Upper Marlboro, Md.) Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Total

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Games Attend Avg/Game 14 10786 770 13 18632 1433 4 4952 1238 31 34370 1109


2012-13 GAME-BY-GAME

TE AM S TATIS TICS

TEAM

Hofstra Stetson Hofstra Texas Hofstra St. John’s Hofstra SAINT JOSEPH’S Hofstra Marist Hofstra HARVARD Hofstra Princeton Hofstra Auburn Hofstra OLE MISS Hofstra NORTHWESTERN Hofstra NORFOLK STATE Hofstra WILLIAM & MARY Hofstra GEORGIA STATE Hofstra George Mason Hofstra Drexel Hofstra OLD DOMINION Hofstra James Madison Hofstra GEORGE MASON Hofstra Delaware Hofstra UNCW Hofstra NORTHEASTERN Hofstra Georgia State Hofstra DREXEL Hofstra JAMES MADISON Hofstra Towson Hofstra Old Dominion Hofstra DELAWARE Hofstra UNCW Hofstra Northeastern Hofstra Northeastern Hofstra Delaware

Total 3-Point FG FGM FGA FGM FGA FTM FTA TR A

TO BS ST PF

26 59 6 18 19 30 39 13 25 2 12 19 27 66 1 8 17 25 30 13 24 2 5 21 21 65 4 21 6 14 31 6 18 2 7 20 27 66 1 8 17 25 62 11 22 3 9 16 18 65 4 16 7 11 47 6 26 2 11 19 27 64 2 12 17 26 47 10 16 12 13 13 20 56 4 17 11 20 46 8 29 4 7 15 24 56 9 20 14 16 30 16 19 3 16 17 21 71 6 19 6 11 38 14 17 1 11 15 28 56 12 25 17 22 37 23 18 6 7 11 25 69 2 14 15 26 44 12 15 3 14 15 27 65 7 20 9 12 46 16 23 3 7 22 30 79 6 19 6 11 38 10 18 2 9 22 31 64 9 21 13 19 49 22 17 7 7 14 20 59 3 15 15 18 44 13 28 1 10 18 28 66 4 13 8 17 38 18 16 6 18 15 28 73 2 14 14 21 49 17 18 6 10 14 25 68 4 19 9 16 45 17 21 5 10 17 22 58 3 13 16 20 35 13 22 3 17 20 17 49 1 11 19 25 36 10 27 11 6 15 30 58 5 18 17 21 43 19 22 4 22 11 20 68 2 10 5 11 37 14 25 1 13 13 24 67 3 18 5 12 45 13 18 3 12 14 20 61 3 22 10 14 47 15 24 4 8 16 27 63 3 13 7 12 40 15 21 6 10 17 24 67 3 11 12 20 47 10 20 3 11 13 30 58 4 13 3 7 29 20 21 4 12 20 18 57 2 11 15 17 41 9 26 2 8 16 19 49 5 20 10 11 23 13 15 1 9 18 21 51 4 17 13 14 35 11 16 3 4 11 28 57 5 18 22 28 38 22 23 2 13 19 25 59 4 22 18 22 31 16 23 3 10 23 23 58 4 18 12 19 38 9 19 1 4 20 28 69 7 15 22 28 45 8 11 3 7 17 24 54 2 11 22 34 40 20 18 5 7 22 23 67 2 10 19 27 48 16 18 4 8 28 24 57 4 12 11 15 42 13 20 0 6 21 25 64 5 15 24 30 36 10 8 4 9 14 26 54 5 16 18 23 41 14 23 1 12 12 28 61 7 18 6 8 25 17 16 2 12 14 26 55 0 10 5 11 48 20 29 7 7 15 22 68 7 26 8 9 30 11 16 2 10 15 29 58 8 16 6 11 35 21 19 2 14 18 19 54 4 15 17 21 35 8 22 4 5 14 24 69 4 19 8 13 44 11 20 2 10 23 15 64 2 18 11 16 37 8 10 2 8 15 31 63 6 16 14 23 38 19 9 0 10 19 24 69 4 13 16 24 55 15 19 7 10 13 26 67 4 18 4 7 34 23 18 3 12 17 26 52 6 11 11 16 38 14 21 10 11 12 19 66 5 19 14 18 42 13 16 0 9 22 25 54 5 16 25 29 40 19 16 4 9 17 19 53 4 14 8 15 36 11 22 7 7 17 33 64 4 8 9 11 35 16 11 8 9 15 28 58 2 10 12 21 52 22 20 8 7 14 17 63 9 27 7 13 31 10 14 5 10 18 30 69 8 22 13 18 45 20 20 5 6 17 31 62 11 21 15 19 29 20 13 6 10 17 21 54 4 18 11 22 39 8 14 4 11 14 20 66 6 19 6 8 49 11 19 1 8 18 20 59 5 17 9 11 33 15 14 5 7 14 31 74 2 12 11 16 50 15 7 4 7 13

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2012-13 INDI VIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME

S TATIS TICS

POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS

Game vs. Stetson

1 2 3 4 5 12 23 24 30 32 34 40

Jackson Bond

13-2-1

6-3-2

Epps Sherrill Thomas Carter Green Thomas-Palmer Evans

Payton

2-0-0

17-3-2

DNP

10-4-7

2-1-0

5-1-0

6-5-0

13-12-1

Kudron Onyeuku

0-1-0

3-2-0

vs. Texas

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

3-0-0

15-6-0 4-1-0 0-1-0 3-1-0

at St. John’s

2-1-0

4-5-1

3-5-0

0-0-0

8-3-1

2-0-0

0-4-0

2-1-0

12-6-3

9-2-0

DNP

5-10-1

SAINT JOSEPH’S

2-2-2

6-0-1

0-1-0

0-1-0

4-3-2

5-1-0

2-6-1

0-2-0

19-15-2

8-1-0

DNP

9-10-0

at Marist

0-3-1

13-6-2

0-0-0

DNP

12-4-7

6-0-0

DNP

DNP

19-14-1

16-4-2

DNP

4-2-1

HARVARD

2-3-0

9-5-3

7-1-1

0-0-0

9-3-5

0-1-0

0-1-0

0-1-0

24-7-2

11-6-1

DNP

12-13-0

at Princeton

0-2-1

9-6-1

16-5-8

3-6-0

10-2-3

DNP

DNP

0-1-0

13-5-3

6-2-1

0-0-0

8-4-0

at Auburn

3-0-0

3-2-0

9-7-

DNP

8-4-6

4-3-0

6-6-0

0-2-0

9-16-3

8-5-2

DNP

21-6-2

OLE MISS

11-1-1

8-8-1

8-5-9

0-0-0

3-5-10

0-1-0

DNP

0-0-0

21-16-3

7-2-2

DNP

18-7-0

NORTHWESTERN

0-1-1

4-1-3

15-5-7

DNP

14-2-6

DNP

6-3-2

0-1-0

26-14-1

0-0-0

0-0-0

13-7-0

NORFOLK STATE

20-2-5

10-7-2

6-2-5

DNP

6-2-5

DNP

10-7-2

DNP

19-13-2

8-1-1

0-2-0

2-0-0

WILLIAM & MARY

7-2-0

8-7-2

3-3-13

DNP

10-9-8

DNP

4-1-0

DNP

11-12-2

10-5-1

0-1-0

6-6-0

GEORGIA STATE

4-2-1

5-6-1

9-3-7

0-2-0

11-8-10

0-1-0

4-3-0

0-0-0

18-8-1

16-2-1

DNP

6-5-1

at George Mason

12-2-3

5-5-3

14-7-7

2-1-0

18-1-6

0-0-0

6-1-0

0-0-0

12-7-3

2-4-2

DNP

10-3-3

at Drexel

0-3-2

2-2-4

7-5-8

0-0-0

12-3-6

0-0-1

2-1-0

2-0-0

10-7-0

7-4-0

DNP

15-1-1

OLD DOMINION

5-2-2

8-7-1

8-4-11

0-0-0

12-14-13

0-0-1

DNP

1-3-0

30-10-4

5-2-1

DNP

18-4-0

at James Madison

2-1-3

14-12-2

7-4-2

1-2-0

8-2-3

0-0-0

0-1-0

0-0-0

11-10-10

13-0-1

DNP

11-6-0

GEORGE MASON

6-3-3

0-0-0

3-4-8

0-1-0

7-2-10

0-1-0

2-0-0

1-3-0

33-23-4

11-3-3

DNP

12-2-0

at Delaware

4-3-2

6-1-1

10-5-7

DNP

7-8-4

2-0-0

DNP

0-1-0

14-14-4

15-4-1

DNP

15-7-1

at UNC Wilmington

0-3-2

2-6-0

13-3-4

DNP

23-4-9

4-1-0

4-4-0

2-0-0

16-10-1

11-0-1

DNP

13-5-1

NORTHEASTERN

2-0-3

4-8-4

14-2-11

DNP

2-3-8

0-1-1

2-4-1

0-1-0

19-16-1

8-0-2

DNP

18-9-0

at Georgia State

9-2-1

5-5-1

9-6-2

0-1-0

8-5-13

2-2-1

DNP

3-1-0

19-11-2

12-0-3

DNP

14-6-0

DREXEL

3-2-2

9-3-0

11-2-2

DNP

10-4-6

5-5-2

DNP

0-0-0

14-13-1

8-1-2

DNP

4-15-2

JAMES MADISON

0-0-0

11-4-1

8-5-7

0-0-0

16-3-6

2-3-0

DNP

0-0-0

16-12-1

8-4-3

DNP

7-14-0

at Towson

9-1-6

16-5-0

21-3-10

2-1-0

2-1-9

2-2-0

4-0-0

2-1-0

10-11-4

7-1-2

DNP

6-4-2

at Old Dominion

6-1-1

6-9-2

6-2-7

2-1-0

2-4-6

5-2-1

DNP

0-2-0

10-7-3

5-3-0

DNP

16-3-0

DELAWARE

0-1-0

14-5-1

10-7-3

0-0-0

5-2-5

2-3-1

DNP

2-1-0

12-8-3

2-1-0

DNP

11-6-0

UNC WILMINGTON 2-3-3

15-8-2

4-5-6

0-1-0

5-2-9

2-1-0

18-4-0

2-2-0

19-19-3

7-0-4

DNP

0-8-1

at Northeastern

3-1-2

14-16-2

12-5-8

1-1-0

12-4-9

0-0-0

12-4-0

0-0-0

21-17-0

12-1-5

DNP

6-6-2

vs. Northeastern

6-2-0

9-9-1

9-3-5

DNP

15-5-5

2-3-1

11-4-0

0-0-0

6-11-0

6-1-1

DNP

2-1-0

vs. Delaware

8-5-3

6-3-0

0-2-7

0-0-0

7-3-7

2-1-0

16-5-0

0-0-0

7-6-0

3-1-4

DNP

2-0-1

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T HE LAS T TIME I T HAPPE NE D... TEAM-GAME Hofstra scored 80-89 points Hofstra scored 90-94 points Hofstra scored 95-99 points Hofstra scored 100 points or more Opponent scored 80-89 points Opponent scored 90-99 points Opponent scored 100 points or more Held an opponent to 50 points or less Held an opponent to 40 points or less Held an opponent to 30 points or less Hofstra was held to 50 points or less Hofstra was held to 40 points or less Hofstra was held to 30 points or less 50 percent from the field 60 percent from the field 80-89 percent from the foul line 90 percent or better from the foul line 100 percent from the foul line At least a 20-point win At least a 30-point win At least a 40-point win At least a 20-point loss At least a 30-point loss At least a 40-point loss Overtime win Double overtime win Overtime loss Double-overtime loss Last Second Win Last Second Loss At least a five-game winning streak At least a 10-game winning streak At least a five-game losing streak More than a 10-game losing streak Victory over ranked opponent Game against a ranked opponent Postseason victory (non-conference tourney) Postseason game (non-conference tourney)

2012-13: 81 (88-81) at Northeastern, 3-6-13 2011-12: 94 (94-74) vs. Seton Hall, 12-1-11 2010-11: 96 (96-69) at Niagara, 12-9-10 2011-12: 100 (100-97) at William & Mary, 1-8-12 2012-13: 88 (88-81) at Northeastern, 3-6-13 2011-12: 94 (94-87) vs. UNC Wilmington, 3-9-12 2011-12: 101 (101-88) at Gonzaga, 11-11-11 2012-13: 50 (70-50) vs. UNCW, 3-3-13 2009-10: 37 (53-37) vs. Northeastern, 2-28-10 1999-2000: 29 (72-29) at Boston University, 1-4-00 2012-13: 50 (79-50) vs. Delaware, 2-28-13 2009-10: 38 (51-38) vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 3-12-10 2007-08: 30 (59-30) at Drexel, 1-6-08 2012-13: 50.0% (29-58) at Georgia State, 2-10-13 2009-10: 60% (30-50) at George Mason, 2-4-10 2012-13: 81.8% (9-11) vs. Delaware, 3-6-13 2012-13: 90.9% (10-11) at Drexel 1-17-13 2007-08: 12-12 at Delaware, 2-17-08 2012-13: 70-50 (20) vs. UNCW, 3-3-13 2012-13: 82-47 (35) vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-13 1999-00: 72-29 (43) at Boston University, 1-4-00 2012-13: 75-54 (21) vs. Delaware, 3-16-13 2012-13: 84-54 (30) at Princeton, 12-5-12 2009-10: 91-46 (45) at #1 Connecticut, 11-27-09 2012-13: 72-67 vs. George Mason 1-31-13 1992-93: 97-95 at Wagner, 1-6-93 2012-13: 70-67 vs. Harvard 12-1-12 1980-81: 87-80 vs. Springfield 2008-09: 57-55 vs. Towson, 1-15-09 (Connelly jumper in paint) 2003-04: 57-56 vs. George Mason, 2-26-04 (Neamo free throw) 2012-13: six games (December 21, 2012-January 13, 2013) 2006-07: 10 games (November 17, 2006-December 31, 2006) 2012-13: seven games (November 10, 2012-December 9, 2012) 1998-99: 17 games (January 12, 1996-March 3, 1996) 2006-07: 57-53 over #17 Michigan State, 11-22-06 (only one in school history) 2012-13: No. 15 Delaware 75, Hofstra 54 - 3/16/13 (Hofstra is 1-14 all-time) 2009-10: 76-68 over Penn State, 3-18-10 (WNIT) 20011-12: 73-71 loss vs. Harvard, 3-15-12 (WNIT)

INDIVIDUAL-GAME 20-24 points 25-29 points 30-34 points 35-39 points 40 or more points Two players with 20 points or more Three players with 20 points or more Two players with 10 or more rebounds Three players with 10 or more rebounds 20 or more rebounds in a game Double-Double (Points/Rebounds) Double-Double (Points/Assists) Two players with double-doubles Three players with double-doubles 100 percent from the field (min. five made) 100 percent from foul line (min. five made) Five assists exactly Six assists exactly Seven assists exactly Eight assists exactly Nine assists exactly Ten assists exactly More than 10 assists Five steals or more Five blocks or more

21 by Shante Evans vs. Northeastern, 3-6-13 26 by Shante Evans vs. Northwestern, 12-23-12 33 by Shante Evans vs. George Mason 1-31-13 36 by Shante Evans at William & Mary, 3-2-11 41 by Marguerite Moran vs. Bucknell, 2-9-89 21/21 by Katelyn Loper and Candice Bellocchio vs. Delaware, 2-16-12 22/20/20 by Shante Evans, Marie Malone & Nicole Capurso at Old Dominion, 1-15-12 14/12 by Anma Onyeuku and Shante Evans vs. James Madison, 2-17-13 13/11/11 by Vanessa Gidden, Lizanne Murphy and Lana Harshaw vs. Northeastern, 2-19-06 23 by Shante Evans vs. George Mason, 1-31-13 21 points/ 17 rebounds by Shante Evans at Northeastern,, 3-6-13 12 points/13 assists by Andreana Thomas vs. Old Dominion, 1-20-13 11 points/10 rebounds by Shante Evans and 14 points/12 rebounds by Candace Bond at JMU, 1-27-13 19 points/10 rebounds by Shante Evans, 10 points/10 rebounds by Marie Malone and 14 points/11 assists by Candice Bellocchio vs. William & Mary, 2-2-12 6-6 by Shante Evans vs. George Mason, 1-13-13 5-5 by Candice Bellocchio vs. Drexel, 1-5-12 by Andreana Thomas vs. Northeastern, 3-15-13 by Andreana Thomas at Old Dominion 2-24-13 by Andreana Thomas vs. Delaware, 3-16-13 by Andreana Thomas vs. Northeastern, 2-7-13 by Andreana Thomas at Northeastern, 3-6-13 by Andreana Thomas vs. George Mason, 1-31-13 13 by Andreana Thomas at Georgia State, 2-10-13 7 by Asia Jackson vs. Northeastern, 3-15-13 5 by Shante Evans vs. Delaware, 2-28-13

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2012-13

TE AM HIGHS AND LOWS HOFSTRA

OPPONENTS

Total Points

88 by Northeastern 43 by Drexel

High Low

83 vs. Old Dominion 47 at St. John’s

Field Goals Made

High 30 at Northeastern Low 18 at St. John’s Field Goal Attempts High 73 vs. Ole Miss Low 48 vs. Drexel

33 by Delaware 15 by Drexel 74 by Delaware 49 by Northwestern

Field Goal Percentage

High Low

.517 at George Mason .277 at St. John’s

.516 by Delaware .234 by Drexel

3 Pt. Field Goals Made

High Low

8 at Northeastern 0 vs. Northeastern

12 by Marist 1 vs. Texas

3 Pt. Field Goal Attempts

High 22 at Northeastern 27 by UNCW Low 10 vs. UNCW 8 by Texas 3 Pt. Field Goal Percentage High .500 at Georgia State .545 by Towson .000 vs. Northeastern .091 by Northwestern Low Free Throws Made High 22 vs. George Mason 25 by Old Dominion Low 3 at George Mason 5 by Norfolk State Free Throw Attempts

High Low

34 vs. George Mason 7 at Towson

30 by Delaware 8 by UNCW

Free Throw Percentage

High Low

.909 at Drexel .417 vs. William & Mary

.929 by Drexel .455 by Norfolk State

Rebounds

High Low

52 vs. UNCW 23 at Drexel

62 by Texas 25 by UNCW

Assists

High Low

23 at Towson 6 vs. Texas

23 by Marist 8 by Drexel

Steals

High Low

22 vs. Norfolk State 4 at James Madison

18 by Auburn 4 by Drexel

8 vs. UNCW 0 at Old Dominion

12 by St. John’s 1 by Northeastern

Blocked Shots

High Low

Turnovers High 29 vs. Northeastern Low 14 vs. Northeastern Fouls High 23 vs. James Madison Low 11 vs. Norfolk State

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27 by Northwestern 7 by Delaware 28 by George Mason 11 by Drexel


2012-13 TRI VIA IN 2012-13, HOFSTRA WAS… 14-17 on the season 9-9 against the Colonial Athletic Association 0-1 against the Atlantic 10 Conference 1-1 against the SEC Conference 0-1 against the Big East Conference 0-1 against the Big 12 Conference 1-0 against the Atlantic Sun Conference 1-0 against the Big 10 Conference 0-1 against the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 0-2 against the Ivy League 1-0 against the MEAC

0-4 when opponents shoot 50% or better from the field 3-10 when opponents shoot between 40% and 50% from the field 11-3 when opponents shoot less than 40% from the field 8-6 when shooting more free throws than opponents 6-11 when opponent shoots more free throws 0-0 when both teams have the same amount of free throw attempts 7-8 when out rebounding opponent 6-8 when opponent out rebounds Hofstra 1-1 when both teams have the same amount of rebounds

0-0 1-1 0-3 4-3 3-0 0-4 6-6

on Monday on Tuesday on Wednesday on Thursday on Friday on Saturday on Sunday

9-8 5-9

when playing day games when playing night games

1-4 2-3 6-2 3-6 2-2

in November in December in January in February in March

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

when scoring less than 40 points when scoring 40-49 points when scoring 50-59 points when scoring 60-69 points when scoring 70-79 points when scoring 80-89 points when scoring 90-99 points when scoring 100 or more points

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

when opponents score lest than 40 pts. when opponents score 40-49 pts. when opponents score 50-59 pts. when opponents score 60-69 pts. when opponents score 70-79 pts. when opponents score 80-89 pts. when opponents score 90-99 pts. when opponents score over 100 pts.

6-5 when having fewer turnovers than opponent 6-11 when opponents have fewer turnovers 2-1 when both teams have the same amount of turnovers 8-8 6-9

when Hofstra wins the opening tip when opponent wins opening tip

10-12 when Hofstra scores the first point of the game 4-5 when opponent scores first point of the game

3-0 when shooting 50% or better from the field 7-3 when shooting between 40%-50% from the field 4-14 when shooting less than 40% from the field

11-4 3-13 0-0

when leading at halftime when trailing at halftime when tied at halftime

13-1 0-16 1-0

when leading with 2:00 to play when trailing with 2:00 to play when tied with 2:00 to play

9-5 3-10 2-2

at home on the road at neutral sites

1-1 0-2 0-0

in overtime games when Hofstra gets a technical when an opponent gets a technical

2-5 when two players score in double figures 0-4 when one player scores in double figures when no player scores in double figures 13-15 when Shante Evans scores in double figures 9-5 when Andreana Thomas scores in double figures 2-7 when Candace Bond scores in double figures 4-0 when Asia Jackson scores in double figures 6-5 when Annie Payton scores in double figures 7-8 when Anma Onyeuku scores in double figures 3-2 when Deven Green scores in double figures 5 4 3 1 1 2 5 1 3 6

0-5 point wins 6-10 point wins 11-15 point wins 16-20 point wins 21+ point wins 0-5 point losses 6-10 point losses 11-15 point losses 16-20 point losses 21+ point losses

0-0 when six players score in double figures 0-1 when five players score in double figures 4-2 when four players score in double figures 8-5 when three players score in double figures

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T HE COLONIAL AT HLE TIC

ASSOCIATION

W

ith nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences. The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 201213, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received AllAmerica honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons. In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to

Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The first-ever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food. reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States. CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood

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Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15.

CAA Membership History Current Membership College of Charleston (2013-present) University of Delaware (2001-present) Drexel University (2001-present) Hofstra University (2001-present) James Madison University (1983-present) University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1985-present) Northeastern University (2005-present) Towson University (2001-present) College of William and Mary (1983-present)

Past Members American University (1985-2001) East Carolina University (1983-2001) George Mason University (1983-2013) Georgia State University (2005-2013) United States Naval Academy (1983-1991) Old Dominion University (1991-2013) University of Richmond (1983-2001) Virginia Commonwealth University (1995-2012)

Future Member Elon University (2014)


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ASSOCIATION RE VIE W Delaware James Madison Drexel Old Dominion Northeastern Hofstra Towson William & Mary Georgia State George Mason UNCW

STANDINGS CAA Pct. H A Overall 18-0 1.000 9-0 9-0 32-4 15-3 .833 7-2 8-1 25-11 13-5 .722 7-2 6-3 28-10 10-8 .556 7-2 3-6 19-12 10-8 .556 6-3 4-5 17-13 9-9 .500 6-3 3-6 14-17 6-12 .333 4-5 2-7 12-18 6-12 .333 5-4 1-8 8-22 5-13 .278 3-6 2-7 13-16 4-14 .222 2-7 2-7 9-21 3-15 .167 1-8 2-7 5-26

CAA CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE SHOW PLACE ARENA UPPER MARLBORO, MD First Round - Thursday, March 14 #9 UNCW 60, #8 George Mason 46 Quarterfinals - Friday, March 15 #1 Delaware 51, #9 UNCW 43 #5 Hofstra 57, #4 Northeastern 52 #2 James Madison 59, #7 Towson 48 #3 Drexel 65, #6 William & Mary 31 Semifinals - Saturday, March 16 #1 Delaware 75, #5 Hofstra 54 #3 Drexel 50, #2 James Madison 34 Championship - Sunday, March 17 #1 Delaware 59, #3 Drexel 56

NCAA TOURNAMENT BRIDGEPORT REGIONAL NEWARK, DE

First Round - Sunday, March 24 #6 Delaware 66, #11 West Virginia 53 Second Round - Tuesday, March 26 #6 Delaware 78, #3 North Carolina 69 Bridgeport Regional - Bridgeport, CT Sweet 16 - Saturday, March 30 #2 Kentucky 69, #6 Delaware 62

WNIT

First Round Drexel 59, Iona 50 James Madiosn 77, North Carolina A&T 64 Davidson 82, Old Dominion 73 Second Round Drexel 82, Harvard 72 James Madison 72, North Carolina State 66 Third Round James Madison 77, Fordham 61 Drexel 50, Bowling Green 47 Quarterfinals Florida 85, James Madison 80 Drexel 56, Auburn 43 Semifinals Drexel 67, Florida 57 Championship Drexel 46, Utah 43 First Team All-CAA: Elena Delle Donne, Delaware; Shante Evans, Hofstra; Kirby Burkholder, James Madison; Tarik Hislop, James Madison; Hollie Mershon, Drexel

CAA AWARDS Player of the Year: Elena Delle Donne, Delaware

Defensive Player of the Year: Candace Bond, Hofstra

Coach of the Year: Daynia La-Force, Northeastern

Dean Ehlers Leadership Award: Hollie Mershon, Drexel

Pct. H .889 14-2 .694 14-6 .737 12-4 .613 12-5 .567 11-3 .452 9-5 .400 8-7 .267 6-6 .448 10-7 .300 6-9 .161 2-11

A N 13-1 5-1 8-3 3-2 11-5 5-1 6-6 1-1 6-8 0-2 3-10 2-2 4-10 0-1 1-15 1-1 3-9 0-0 2-11 1-1 2-14 1-1

Second Team All-CAA: Lauren Carra, Delaware; Emily Correal, William & Mary; Shae Kelly, Old Dominion; Deanna Kerkhof, Northeastern; Tanisha McTiller, Towson Third Team All-CAA: Janine Aldridge, William & Mary; Kashaia Cannon, Northeastern; Jackie Cook, Old Dominion; Karneshia Garret, UNCW; Jewel Tunstull, Northeastern; Taylor Wootton, Drexel CAA All-Rookie Team: Meghan Creighton, Drexel; Galaisha Goodhope, Old Dominion; Jazmon Gwathmey, James Madison; Precious Hall, James Madison; Dominique Johnson, Towson CAA All-Defensive Team: Candace Bond, Hofstra; Elena Delle Donne, Delaware; Janine Aldridge, William & Mary; Shae Kelly, Old Dominion; Cody Paulk, Georgia State CAA All-Academic Team: First Team: Mairi Buchan, Old Dominion; Elena Delle Donne, Delaware; Deanna Kerkhof, Northeastern; Jaclyn McKenna, William & Mary; Joyous Tharrington, George Mason Second Team: Kirby Burkholder, James Madison; Cody Paulk, Georgia State; Amber Easter, George Mason; Kyla Kerstetter, William & Mary; Tory Thierolf, Drexel

Rookie of the Year: Precious Hall, James Madison

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ASSOCIATION RE VIE W TE AM S TATISICS SCORING OFFENSE

## Team 1. James Madison 2. Northeastern 3. Delaware 4. Old Dominion 5. Hofstra 6. Georgia State 7. William & Mary 8. Drexel 9. Towson 10. George Mason 11. UNCW

SCORING DEFENSE

## Team 1. Drexel 2. Delaware 3. James Madison 4. Old Dominion 5. George Mason 6. Georgia State 7. Northeastern 8. Towson 9. UNCW 10. William & Mary 11. Hofstra

G 36 30 36 31 31 29 30 38 30 30 31

SCORING MARGIN

W-L Pts. Avg./G 25-11 2457 68.2 17-13 2010 67.0 32-4 2411 67.0 19-12 2016 65.0 14-17 1963 63.3 13-16 1780 61.4 8-22 1833 61.1 28-10 2273 59.8 12-18 1701 56.7 9-21 1635 54.5 5-26 1659 53.5 G 38 36 36 31 30 29 30 30 31 30 31

Pts. 1952 1880 2111 1865 1842 1793 1857 1908 1989 1998 2084

Avg./G 51.4 52.2 58.6 60.2 61.4 61.8 61.9 63.6 64.2 66.6 67.2

## Team 1. Delaware 2. James Madison 3. Drexel 4. Northeastern 5. Old Dominion 6. Georgia State 7. Hofstra 8. William & Mary 9. Towson 10. George Mason 11. UNCW

G 36 36 38 30 31 29 31 30 30 30 31

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

## Team 1. Drexel 2. Delaware 3. George Mason 4. James Madison 5. Northeastern 6. William & Mary 7. Georgia State 8. Old Dominion 9. Towson 10. Hofstra 11. UNCW

CANDACE BOND

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G 38 36 30 36 30 30 29 31 30 31 31

OFF 67.0 68.2 59.8 67.0 65.0 61.4 63.3 61.1 56.7 54.5 53.5

DEF 52.2 58.6 51.4 61.9 60.2 61.8 67.2 66.6 63.6 61.4 64.2

Margin +14.8 +9.6 +8.4 +5.1 +4.9 -0.4 -3.9 -5.5 -6.9 -6.9 -10.6

FTM 334 518 373 501 347 289 344 395 383 344 256

FTA 424 690 502 698 485 419 488 582 587 528 404

Pct. .788 .751 .743 .718 .715 .690 .705 .679 .652 .652 .634


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ASSOCIATION RE VIE W FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

## Team 1. Delaware 2. Drexel 3. Northeastern 4. Old Dominion 5. Hofstra 6. James Madison 7. Georgia State 8. William & Mary 9. Towson 10. UNCW 11. George Mason 12. Towson

G 36 38 30 31 31 36 29 30 30 31 30 30

FG 874 846 712 734 744 889 659 670 603 613 592 600

FGA 2095 2030 1718 1805 1875 2307 1715 1764 1613 1675 1678 1629

Pct. .417 .417 .414 .407 .397 .385 .384 .380 .374 .366 .353 .368

G 36 36 29 38 31 30 31 31 30 30 30

FG 690 734 638 727 679 665 757 744 697 676 734

FGA 2013 1973 1713 1940 1788 1727 1925 1877 1733 1668 1765

Pct. .343 .372 .372 .375 .380 .385 .393 .396 .402 .405 .416

G 30 38 36 36 31 30 30 31 29 30 31

FG 239 247 145 178 177 167 112 153 118 78 131

FGA 659 691 427 541 586 563 379 521 419 288 503

Pct. .363 .357 .340 .329 .302 .297 .296 .294 .282 .271 .260

G 31 36 38 30 29 31 31 36 30 30 30

FG 117 168 164 165 143 153 157 169 187 152 179

FGA 430 610 564 549 474 493 504 538 580 462 531

Pct. .272 .275 .291 .301 .302 .310 .312 .314 .322 .329 .337

FIELD GOAL DEFENSE

## Team 1. Delaware 2. James Madison 3. Georgia State 4. Drexel 5. Old Dominion 6. Northeastern 7. Hofstra 8. UNCW 9. Towson 10. George Mason 11. William & Mary 3-POINT FG PCT

## Team 1. Northeastern 2. Drexel 3. Delaware 4. James Madison 5. UNCW 6. William & Mary 7. Towson 8. Old Dominion 9. Georgia State 10. George Mason 11. Hofstra 3-POINT FG DEFENSE

## Team 1. Old Dominion 2. Delaware 3. Drexel 4. Northeastern 5. Georgia State 6. UNCW 7. Hofstra 8. James Madison 9. William & Mary 10. George Mason 11. Towson

REBOUNDING OFFENSE

## Team 1. James Madison 2. Delaware 3. Hofstra 4. Georgia State 5. George Mason 6. Towson 7. William & Mary 8. Northeastern 9. Old Dominion 10. UNCW 11. Drexel

REBOUNDING DEFENSE

## Team 1. Drexel 2. Delaware 3. George Mason 4. Towson 5. Northeastern 6. James Madison 7. Georgia State 8. William & Mary 9. Hofstra 10. UNCW 11. Old Dominion

G 36 36 31 29 30 30 30 30 31 31 38

Reb. 1538 1479 1244 1151 1157 1132 1104 1101 1114 1076 1245

Avg./G 42.7 41.1 40.1 39.7 38.6 37.7 36.8 36.7 35.9 34.7 32.8

G 38 36 30 30 30 36 29 30 31 31 31

Reb. 1252 1240 1065 1104 1114 1337 1114 1180 1241 1288 1290

Avg./G 32.9 34.4 35.5 36.8 37.1 37.1 38.4 39.3 40.0 41.5 41.6

REBOUNDING MARGIN

## Team G TM Avg. 1. Delaware 36 1479 41.1 2. James Madison 36 1538 42.7 3. George Mason 30 1157 38.6 4. Georgia State 29 1151 39.7 5. Towson 30 1132 37.7 6. Hofstra 31 1244 40.1 7. Drexel 38 1245 32.8 8. Northeastern 30 1101 36.7 9. William & Mary 30 1104 36.8 10. Old Dominion 31 1114 35.9 11. UNCW 31 1076 34.7 BLOCKED SHOTS

## Team 1. Delaware 2. Georgia State 3. James Madison 4. Old Dominion 5. Northeastern 6. Towson 7. Hofstra 8. George Mason 9. UNCW 10. Drexel 11. William & Mary

G 36 29 36 31 30 30 31 30 31 38 30

OPP 1240 1337 1065 1114 1104 1241 1252 1114 1180 1290 1288

Avg. 34.4 37.1 35.5 38.4 36.8 40.0 32.9 37.1 39.3 41.6 41.5

BS 147 110 135 108 102 100 100 79 80 89 69

Margin +6.6 +5.6 +3.1 +1.3 +0.9 +0.1 -0.2 -0.4 -2.5 -5.7 -6.8 Avg./G 4.1 3.8 3.8 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.2 2.6 2.6 2.3 2.3

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ASSOCIATION RE VIE W ASSISTS

## Team 1. Drexel 2. Old Dominion 3. Hofstra 4. William & Mary 5. Northeastern 6. Delaware 7. Georgia State 8. James Madison 9. UNCW 10. George Mason 11. Towson STEALS

## Team 1. Northeastern 2. William & Mary 3. Hofstra 4. Old Dominion 5. Georgia State 6. Towson 7. James Madison 8. Delaware 9. George Mason 10. UNCW 11. Drexel

G 38 31 31 30 30 36 29 36 31 30 30

A 599 468 449 432 403 450 355 407 329 317 293

Avg./G 15.8 15.1 14.5 14.4 13.4 12.5 12.2 11.3 10.6 10.6 9.8

G 30 30 31 31 29 30 36 36 30 31 38

S 312 311 310 309 270 242 288 257 213 213 248

Avg./G 10.4 10.4 10.0 10.0 9.3 8.1 8.0 7.1 7.1 6.9 6.5

TURNOVER MARGIN

## Team G TM Avg. OPP Avg. Margin 1. James Madison 36 476 13.2 621 17.3 +4.0 2. Old Dominion 31 521 16.8 619 20.0 +3.2 3. Drexel 38 428 11.3 529 13.9 +2.7 4. Delaware 36 428 11.9 522 14.5 +2.6 5. Northeastern 30 523 17.4 554 18.5 +1.0 6. William & Mary 30 545 18.2 535 17.8 -0.3 7. Georgia State 29 529 18.2 515 17.8 -0.5 8. George Mason 30 512 17.1 448 14.9 -2.1 9. Hofstra 31 628 20.3 558 18.0 -2.3 10. Towson 30 551 18.4 464 15.5 -2.9 11. UNCW 31 510 16.5 402 13.0 -3.5 ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO

## Team G A Avg. TO Avg. Ratio 1. Drexel 38 599 15.8 428 11.3 1.4 2. Delaware 36 450 12.5 428 11.9 1.1 3. Old Dominion 31 468 15.1 521 16.8 0.9 4. James Madison 36 407 11.3 476 13.2 0.9 5. William & Mary 30 432 14.4 545 18.2 0.8 6. Northeastern 30 403 13.4 523 17.4 0.8 7. Hofstra 31 449 14.5 628 20.3 0.7 8. Georgia State 29 355 12.2 529 18.2 0.7 9. UNCW 31 329 10.6 510 16.5 0.6 10. George Mason 30 317 10.6 512 17.1 0.6 11. Towson 30 293 9.8 551 18.4 0.5

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ASSOCIATION RE VIE W OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Team 1. James Madison 2. Delaware 3. Towson 4. George Mason 5. Georgia State 6. William & Mary 7. Hofstra 8. Northeastern 9. Old Dominion 10. Drexel 11. UNCW

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Team 1. Hofstra 2. Delaware 3. Georgia State 4. James Madison 5. UNCW 6. George Mason 7. Northeastern 8. Old Dominion 9. Towson 10. William & Mary 11. Drexel 3-POINT FG MADE

## Team 1. Northeastern 2. Drexel 3. UNCW 4. William & Mary 5. James Madison 6. Old Dominion 7. Hofstra 8. Georgia State 9. Delaware 10. Towson 11. George Mason

G 36 36 30 30 29 30 31 30 31 38 31

No. 617 547 428 427 408 416 415 382 377 393 315

Avg./G 17.1 15.2 14.3 14.2 14.1 13.9 13.4 12.7 12.2 10.3 10.2

G 31 36 29 36 31 30 30 31 30 30 38

No. 829 932 743 921 761 730 719 737 704 688 852

Avg./G 26.7 25.9 25.6 25.6 24.5 24.3 24.0 23.8 23.5 22.9 22.4

G 30 38 31 30 36 31 31 29 36 30 30

3FG 239 247 177 167 178 153 131 118 145 112 78

Avg./G 8.0 6.5 5.7 5.6 4.9 4.9 4.2 4.1 4.0 3.7 2.6

INDI VIDUAL BASKE TBALL S TATIS TICS To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s games. SCORING ## Player-Team

Cl. G FG 3FG FT Pts. Avg./G

REBOUNDING ## Player-Team

Cl. G OFF DEF TOT Avg./G

1. Delle Donne, Elena - UD Sr. 30 271 52 2. Mershon, Hollie - DU Sr. 38 259 81 3. McTiller, Tanisha - TU Jr. 30 186 41 4. Hislop, Tarik - JMU Sr. 36 230 32 5. Correal, Emily - W&M Sr. 30 178 5 6. Evans, Shante - HU Sr. 31 180 1 7. Kerkhof, Deanna - NU Sr. 27 130 72 8. Burkholder, Kirby - JMU Jr. 36 173 90 9. Cook, Jackie - ODU Sr. 31 145 34 10. Kelley, Shae - ODU So. 31 163 0 11. Cannon, Kashaia - NU Sr. 30 143 80 12. Aldrige, Janine - W&M Sr. 29 138 83 13. Tunstull, Jewl - NU Jr. 30 142 0 14. Wootton, Taylor - DU Sr. 38 190 19 15. Saunders, Rahneeka - GMU Sr. 30 121 16 16. Long, Kendra - GSU Jr. 29 113 54 17. Garrett, Karneshia - UNCW Sr. 30 120 0 18. Carra, Lauren - UD Sr. 36 130 43 19. Freeman, Jessica - UNCW Jr. 31 119 53 20. Atkins, Kelva -UNCW So. 31 127 27

1. Evans, Shante - HU Sr.. 31 133 2. Garrett, Karneshia - UNCW Sr. 30 112 3. Burkholder, Kirby - JMU Jr. 36 106 4. Tunstull, Jewl - NU Jr. 30 113 5. Parker, Danielle - UD Sr. 36 119 6. Delle Donne, Elena - UD Sr. 30 71 7. Kelley, Shae - ODU So. 31 89 8. Paulk, Cody - GSU Sr. 29 99 9. Correal, Emily - W&M Sr. 30 79 10.Williams, Nyree - TU Jr. 30 94

187 781 142 741 151 564 97 589 125 486 137 498 74 406 103 539 96 420 91 417 36 402 18 377 92 367 57 456 69 327 36 316 84 324 82 385 39 330 40 321

223 356 11.5 218 330 11.0 220 326 9.1 155 268 8.9 195 314 8.7 183 254 8.5 173 262 8.5 141 240 8.3 158 237 7.9 141 235 7.8

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 3.0 made per game)

## Player-Team 1. Tunstull, Jewl - NU 2. Paulk, Cody - GSU 3. Onyeuku, Anma - HU 4. Kelley, Shae - ODU 5. Wootton, Taylor - DU 6. Delle Donne, Elena - UD 7. Tharrington, Joyous - GMU 8. Evans, Shante - HU 9. Peebles, Michelle - TU 10.Parker, Danielle - UD

Cl. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

G 30 29 31 31 38 30 30 31 30 36

FG 142 121 129 163 190 271 108 180 115 128

26.0 19.5 18.8 16.4 16.2 16.1 15.0 15.0 13.5 13.5 13.4 13.0 12.5 12.0 10.9 10.9 10.8 10.7 10.6 10.4

FGA 258 234 252 328 388 557 230 385 246 277

Pct. .550 .517 .512 .497 .490 .487 .470 .468 .467 .462

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ASSOCIATION RE VIE W ASSISTS

## Player-Team 1. Thomas, Andreana - HU 2. Mershon, Hollie - DU 3. Mark, A’lece - NU 4. Hislop, Tarik - JMU 5. Mercier, Amencie - NU 6. Watson, Ashley - GSU 7. Saunders, Rahneeka - GMU 8. Miller, Kayla - UD 9. Lee, Tawanna - UNCW 10.Kestler, Anna - W&M

Cl. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

G 31 38 30 36 30 26 30 36 29 30

Assists 206 185 108 125 99 84 92 109 84 84

Avg./G 6.6 4.9 3.6 3.5 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.0 2.9 2.8

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 2.0 made per game)

## Player-Team 1. Delle Donne, Elena - UD 2. Burkholder, Kirby - JMU 3. Watson, Ashley - GSU 4. Mershon, Hollie - DU 5. Hall, Precious - JMU 6. Kerkhof, Deanna - NU 7. Saunders, Rahneeka - GMU 8. Cook, Jackie - ODU 9. McTiller, Tanisha - TU 10.Correal, Emily - W&M STEALS

## Player-Team 1. Aldridge, Janine - W&M 2. Bond, Candace - HU 3. Freeman, Jessica - UNCW 4. Kelley, Shae - ODU 5. McTiller, Tanisha - TU 6. Long, Kendra - GSU 7. Kerkhof, Deanna - NU 8. Mark, A’lece - NU 9. Paulk, Cody - GSU 10.Mercier, Amencie - NU

Cl. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So.

G 30 36 26 38 36 27 30 31 30 30

FTM 187 103 70 142 72 74 69 96 151 125

G 29 31 31 31 30 29 27 30 29 30

FTA 203 117 80 165 84 90 85 121 197 165

Steals 77 80 79 73 69 64 54 56 53 54

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (Min. 1.0 made per game)

## Player-Team 1. Delle Donne, Elena - UD 2. Cannon, Kashaia - NU 3. Flanagan, Fiona - DU 4. A’lece, Mark - NU 5. Kerkhof, Deanna - NU 6. Creighton, Meghan - DU 7. McTiller, Tanisha - TU 8. Mershon, Hollie - DU 9. Burkholder, Kirby - JMU 10.Long, Kendra - GSU Lee, Tawanna - UNCW

Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

G 30 30 36 30 27 38 30 38 36 29 29

Pct. .921 .880 .875 .861 .857 .822 .812 .793 .766 .758

Avg./G 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.2 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.8

3FG FGA 52 115 80 196 46 116 33 86 72 191 58 159 41 114 81 228 90 259 54 161 54 161

Pct. .452 .408 .397 .384 .377 .365 .360 .355 .347 .335 .335

3-POINT FG MADE

## Player-Team 1. Aldridge, Janine - W&M 2. Cannon, Kashaia - NU 3. Kerkhof, Deanna - NU 4. Burkholder, Kirby - JMU 5. Mershon, Hollie - DU 6. Lee, Tawanna - UNCW Long, Kendra - GSU 8. Delle Donne, Elena - UD Freeman, Jessica - UNCW 10.Creighton, Meghan - DU BLOCKED SHOTS

## Player-Team 1. Paulk, Cody - GSU 2. Delle Donne, Elena - UD 3. Williams, Nyree - TU 4. Tunstull, Jewel, NU 5. Pickard, Janaa - GMU 6. Kelley, Shae - ODU 7. Huber, Christine - NU 8. Bond, Candace - HU 9. Gwathmey, Jazmon - JMU 10.Garrett, Karneshia - UNCW

Cl. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr.

G 29 30 27 36 38 29 29 30 31 38

3FG 83 80 72 90 81 54 54 52 53 58

Avg./G 2.9 2.8 2.7 2.5 2.1 1.9 1.9 1.7 1.7 1.5

Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

G 29 30 30 30 27 31 30 31 36 30

Blocks 77 69 48 40 35 36 34 31 34 28

Avg./G 2.7 2.3 1.6 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 0.9 0.9

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game)

## Player-Team 1. Miller, Kayla - UD 2. Hislop, Tarik - JMU 3. Kestler, Anna - W&M 4. Mershon, Hollie - DU 5. Lucas, Trumae - UD 6. Mercier, Amencie - NU 7. A’lece, Mark - NU 8. Thomas, Andreana - HU 9. Watson, Ashley - GSU 10.Aldridge, Janine - W&M OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team 1. Evans, Shante - HU 2. Tunstull, Jewel - NU 3. Garrett, Karneshia - UNCW 4. Paulk, Cody - GSU 5. Parker, Danielle - UD 6. Williams, Nyree - TU 7. Giggetts, Toia - JMU 8. Burkholder, Kirby - JMU 9. Kelley, Shae - ODU 10.Correal, Emily - W&M

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Cl. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. So. So. Sr. Cl. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr.

G 36 36 30 38 36 30 30 31 26 29

G 31 30 30 29 36 30 33 36 31 30

Asst. 109 125 84 185 94 99 108 206 84 78

TO Ratio 50 2.2 71 1.8 53 1.6 125 1.5 64 1.5 75 1.3 87 1.2 166 1.2 71 1.2 75 1.0

No. 133 113 112 99 119 94 103 106 89 79

Avg./G 4.3 3.8 3.7 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.1 2.9 2.9 2.6


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ASSOCIATION RE VIE W DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team 1. Garrett, Karneshia - UNCW 2. Evans, Shante - HU 3. Burkholder, Kirby - JMU 4. Delle Donne, Elena - UD 5. Kelley, Shae - ODU 6. Parker, Danielle - UD 7. Mershon, Hollie - DU 8. Correal, Emily - W&M 9. Tunstull, Jewel - NU 10.McTiller, Tanisha - TU

Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

G 30 31 36 30 31 36 38 30 30 30

No. 218 223 220 183 173 195 201 158 155 152

Avg./G 7.3 7.2 6.1 6.1 5.6 5.4 5.3 5.3 5.2 5.1

SHANTE EVANS

ANMA ONYEUKU

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COMPOSI TE S CHE DULE November 8 Delaware at Rhode Island 5 p.m. Navy at Towson 5 p.m. Northeastern at Boston University 6 p.m. Virginia at James Madison 7 p.m. Hofstra at Robert Morris 7 p.m. Kennesaw State at College of Charleston 8 p.m. November 9 UNCW at Notre Dame 1 p.m. Drexel at Toledo (Glass City Tournament) 2:30 p.m. November 10 Drexel vs. Villanova/Mississippi Valley St. (Glass City Tournament) 12 p.m. College of Charleston at Winthrop 2 p.m. November 11 Towson at N.C. State 7 p.m. William & Mary at Longwood 7 p.m. November 12 Temple at Delaware 7 p.m. Boston College at Hofstra 7 p.m. James Madison at Liberty 7 p.m. November 13 Rutgers at Northeastern (in Matthews Arena) 12 p.m. Elon at UNCW 7 p.m. November 14 College of Charleston at South Carolina 8 p.m. November 15 Providence at Drexel 7 p.m. Fordham at Hofstra 7 p.m. William & Mary at East Carolina 7 p.m. Wake Forest at Delaware 8 p.m. November 16 Northern Kentucky at UNCW 2 p.m. Northeastern at New Hampshire 2 p.m. Manhattan at Towson 7 p.m. November 17 College of Charleston at South Carolina Upstate 3 p.m. November 19 UNCW at Campbell 11:45 a.m. Towson at George Mason 7 p.m. High Point at William & Mary 7 p.m. Monmouth at Delaware 7 p.m. November 20 Drexel at Saint Joseph’s 7 p.m. Hofstra at Northwestern 7 p.m. Northeastern at Rhode Island 7 p.m. November 21 James Madison at Richmond 7 p.m. November 22 Tulane at UNCW 7 p.m. November 23 William & Mary at Winthrop 1 p.m. College of Charleston at UNC Greensboro 2 p.m. NJIT at Northeastern 2 p.m. Virginia Tech at Hofstra 7 p.m. Maryland at Towson 8 p.m. November 24 Delaware at Rider 2 p.m. Alcorn State at James Madison 2 p.m. November 25 Drexel at Maryland 7 p.m. November 26 UMBC at Towson 5 p.m. Harvard at Northeastern 7 p.m. November 28 UNCW vs. Boston College (Cancun Challenge) 6 p.m.

November 29 William & Mary vs. Green Bay (Maine Thanksgiving Tournament) 7 p.m. UNCW vs. USC (Cancun Challenge) 8:30 p.m. James Madison vs. UCLA (Gulf Coast Showcase) TBA November 30 William & Mary vs. Massachusetts/Maine (Maine Thanksgiving Tournament) 12/2 p.m. Delaware vs. SIU Edwardsville (UCF Thanksgiving Classic) 12:30 p.m. South Carolina State at College of Charleston 2 p.m. UNCW vs. Iowa (Cancun Challenge) 8:30 p.m. James Madison vs. Mississippi State/Grand Canyon St. (Gulf Coast Showcase) TBA December 1 Delaware vs. Howard (UCF Thanksgiving Classic) 12:30 p.m. James Madison vs. TBA (Gulf Coast Showcase) TBA December 2 George Mason at College of Charleston 7 p.m. Concordia at Hofstra 7 p.m. December 4 Northeastern at Holy Cross 5 p.m. Drexel at Colgate 7 p.m. James Madison at Pittsburgh 7 p.m. Towson at Bucknell 7 p.m. December 5 La Salle at William & Mary 7 p.m. December 7 UNCW at Richmond 2 p.m. Towson at George Washington 2 p.m. UC Davis at Hofstra 7 p.m. December 8 Drexel at American 2 p.m. December 9 LIU Brooklyn at Towson 12 p.m. December 10 Hofstra at Saint Joseph’s 1 p.m. December 14 Drexel at St. John’s (St. John’s Classic) 12 p.m. James Madison vs. Prairie View A&M (St. John’s Classic) 2:30 p.m. College of Charleston at Richmond 3 p.m. December 15 Drexel vs. Prairie View A&M (St. John’s Classic) 12 p.m. James Madison at St. John’s (St. John’s Classic) 2 p.m. Delaware at Princeton 2 p.m. Maine at Northeastern 2 p.m. December 16 UNCW at Wake Forest 7 p.m. December 18 College of Charleston at Coastal Carolina 5 p.m. Towson at Morgan State 5:30 p.m. Hampton at Drexel 7 p.m. Vanderbilt at James Madison 7 p.m. Northeastern at Marist 7 p.m. Radford at William & Mary 7 p.m. December 19 Liberty at UNCW 11:30 a.m. December 20 Delaware vs. Youngstown State (Lehigh Christmas City Classic) 5 p.m. December 21 South Florida at College of Charleston 12 p.m. Northeastern at Massachusetts 1 p.m. Drexel at Penn 2 p.m. Towson at Maine 2 p.m. Old Dominion at William & Mary 2 p.m. Delaware vs. Lehigh/Vermont (Lehigh Christmas City Classic) 2/4 p.m. Hofstra at Harvard 7 p.m.

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COMPOSI TE S CHE DULE December 28 Northeastern at Tulane (Tulane Classic) 2 p.m. Loyola (Md.) at Towson 2 p.m. William & Mary vs. Saint Louis (Cyclone Classic) 2 p.m. College of Charleston vs. Howard (Terrapin Classic) 2:30 p.m. December 29 College of Charleston vs. Maryland/Wofford (Terrapin Classic) 11 a.m./1:30 p.m. Florida Atlantic at UNCW 2 p.m. Northeastern vs. Indiana State/Northwestern (Tulane Classic) 2/4 p.m. William & Mary vs. Iowa State/Holy Cross (Cyclone Classic) 2/4:30 p.m. Ohio University at James Madison (JMU Invitational) 2:30 p.m. December 30 Hofstra at Central Connecticut State 12 p.m. Norfolk State/UMBC at James Madison (JMU Invitational) 12/2:30 p.m. St. John’s at Delaware 5 p.m. Drexel at Cornell 7 p.m. December 31 Appalachian State at UNCW 12 p.m. January 1 Albany at Hofstra 2 p.m. January 2 James Madison at North Carolina 2 p.m. East Carolina at College of Charleston 7 p.m. January 3 North Carolina A&T at William & Mary 7 p.m. UNCW at Charlotte TBA January 4 Princeton at Drexel 2 p.m. Albany at Northeastern 2 p.m. Towson at Coppin State 2 p.m. January 5 *Hofstra at Delaware 2 p.m. January 9 *College of Charleston at Drexel 7 p.m. *Delaware at William & Mary 7 p.m. *UNCW at Northeastern 7 p.m. *Towson at Hofstra 7 p.m. January 12 *William & Mary at College of Charleston 2 p.m. *Delaware at James Madison 2 p.m. *Hofstra at UNCW 2 p.m. *Northeastern at Towson 2 p.m. January 16 *Drexel at William & Mary 7 p.m. *James Madison at Towson 7 p.m. January 17 *College of Charleston at Hofstra 12 p.m. *UNCW at Delaware 7 p.m. January 19 *College of Charleston at Northeastern 2 p.m. *Drexel at Delaware 2 p.m. *James Madison at Hofstra 2 p.m. *UNCW at Towson 2 p.m. January 23 *Towson at College of Charleston 7 p.m. *Drexel at James Madison 7 p.m. *Hofstra at Northeastern 7 p.m. *William & Mary at UNCW 7 p.m. January 26 *Delaware at College of Charleston 2 p.m. *Northeastern at Drexel 2 p.m. *James Madison at UNCW 2 p.m. *Towson at William & Mary 2 p.m.

January 30 *Northeastern at Delaware *William & Mary at Drexel January 31 *College of Charleston at James Madison *UNCW at Hofstra February 2 *College of Charleston at William & Mary *Delaware at Towson *Hofstra at Drexel *UNCW at Northeastern February 4 *James Madison at William & Mary *Towson at Northeastern February 6 *Hofstra at Towson February 7 *Drexel at College of Charleston *Delaware at UNCW *Northeastern at James Madison February 9 *Northeastern at College of Charleston *Drexel at UNCW *William & Mary at Hofstra *Towson at James Madison February 13 *College of Charleston at Delaware *Drexel at Towson NJIT at Hofstra *UNCW at James Madison *William & Mary at Northeastern February 16 *Towson at Delaware *UNCW at William & Mary *Hofstra at College of Charleston *James Madison at Drexel February 18 *Delaware at Drexel February 20 *College of Charleston at UNCW *James Madison at Delaware *Northeastern at Hofstra *William & Mary at Towson February 23 *Drexel at Northeastern *Hofstra at James Madison *Towson at UNCW *William & Mary at Delaware February 27 *James Madison at College of Charleston *Delaware at Hofstra *UNCW at Drexel *Northeastern at William & Mary March 2 *College of Charleston at Towson *Delaware at Northeastern *Drexel at Hofstra *William & Mary at James Madison March 5 *UNCW at College of Charleston *Towson at Drexel *Hofstra at William & Mary *James Madison at Northeastern March 13-16 CAA Women’s Basketball Championship Upper Marlboro, Md.

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA 11:30 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

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HOFS TRA RE CORD B OOK CAREER RE CORDS Points 1. Shante Evans 2. Dia LaBella 3. Jen Brickey 4. Kate Gordon 5. Cigi McCollin 6. Christine Lathuras 7. Hilarie Cranmer 8. Vanessa Gidden 9. Liz Irwin 10. Betsy Lange

Rebounds 1. Shante Evans 2. Kate Gordon 3. Lizanne Murphy 4. Vanessa Gidden 5. Christine Lathuras 6. Sheryl Hall 7. Hilarie Cranmer 8. Betsy Lange 9. Dawn McGrath 10. Candace Bond 11. Colleen Montague

2116 1840 1726 1714 1662 1548 1461 1489 1455 1421 1348 1031 988 911 951 899 776 761 654 595 589

09-13 78-82 99-03 94-98 02-07 80-84 84-87 03-07 78-82 89-92 09-13 94-98 03-07 03-07 80-84 78-82 84-88 88-92 80-84 09-13 91-96

Assists 1. Liz Irwin 2. Candice Bellocchio 3. Diane Hobin 4. Eileen McClennen 5. Lauren Hall-Gregory 6. Niki Williams 7. Denee Rivera 8. Nora Anderson 9. Tonya Yandrisevitz 10. Meg O’Brien

828 628 538 486 454 414 330 329 313 284

78-82 07-12 91-95 85-89 99-03 05-09 96-00 95-99 89-93 92-97

Three-Point Field Goals 1. Cigi McCollin 2. Jen Brickey 3. Nicole Capurso 4. Tonya Yandrisevitz 5. Kate Loper 6. Marguerite Moran 7. Noreen Duffy 8. Sam Brigham 9. Diane Hobin 10. Colleen Montague 11. Lizanne Murphy

291 230 208 186 142 138 135 129 114 113 88

02-07 99-03 08-12 89-93 10-12 87-89 96-00 06-10 91-95 91-96 03-07

AMAKA AGUGUA

SHANTE EVANS

Free Throws Made 1. Shante Evans 2. Christine Lathuras 3. Candice Bellocchio 4. Hilarie Cranmer 5. Vanessa Gidden 6. Kate Gordon 7. Betsy Lange 8. Jen Brickey 9. Cigi McCollin 10. Mary Henwood

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539 444 400 386 383 341 335 322 297 293

09-13 80-84 07-12 84-88 03-07 94-98 88-92 99-03 02-07 82-86


HOFS TRA RE CORD B OOK Blocked Shots 1. Jess Fuller 2. Vanessa Gidden 3. Diane Leonard 4. Lisa Harris 5. Rume Pela 6. Betsy Lange 7. Dawn McGrath 8. Meg O’Brien 8. Shante Evans 10. Leslie Schlegel

208 175 134 111 103 102 98 86 86 82

07-10 03-07 78-82 97-01 00-04 88-92 80-84 92-97 09-13 89-91

Steals 1. Denee Rivera 2. Candace Bond 3. Kate Gordon 4. Niki Williams 5. Tonya Yandrisevitz 6. Liz Irwin 7. Nora Anderson 8. Diane Hobin 9. Meg O’Brien 10. Kimberley Coke 10. Candice Bellocchio

329 291 272 222 221 219 217 216 203 193 193

96-00 09-13 94-98 05-09 89-93 78-82 95-99 91-95 92-97 98-02 07-12

JEN BRICKEY

Points Per Game 1. Marguerite Moran 2. Shante Evans 3. Jen Brickey 4. Shante Evans 5. Kate Gordon 6. Jen Brickey 7. Jen Brickey 8. Hilarie Cranmer 8. Sharon Solowitz 10. Dia LaBella

24.7 19.2 18.6 18.4 17.9 17.5 17.2 16.9 16.9 16.8

88-89 11-12 00-01 10-11 97-98 02-03 01-02 85-86 85-86 78-79

Field Goals Made 1. Marguerite Moran 2. Shante Evans 3. Shante Evans 4. Dia LaBella 5. Dia LaBella 6. Kate Gordon 7. Dia LaBella 8. Vanessa Gidden 8. Vanessa Gidden 10. Shante Evans 11. Jen Brickey

253 220 214 207 194 193 182 181 181 180 176

88-89 11-12 10-11 80-81 79-80 97-98 78-79 06-07 05-06 12-13 00-01

DIANE HOBIN JESS FULLER

Games Played 1. Candice Bellocchio 2. Shante Evans 2. Candace Bond 4. Cigi McCollin 5. Niki Williams 6. Sam Brigham 7. Vanessa Gidden 8. Lizannne Murphy 8. Nicole Capurso 10. Jenii Reynolds 10. Tonya Yandrisevitz

133 127 127 126 123 122 120 119 119 113 113

07-12 09-13 09-13 02-07 05-09 06-10 03-07 03-07 08-12 88-92 89-93

SE ASON RE CORDS Points 1. Marguerite Moran 2. Shante Evans 3. Shante Evans 4. Dia LaBella 5. Jen Brickey 6. Kate Gordon 6. Jen Brickey 8. Shante Evans 9. Dia LaBella 10. Vanessa Gidden 11. Christine Lathuras

716 594 571 516 507 501 501 498 489 485 483

88-89 11-12 10-11 80-81 02-03 97-98 00-01 12-13 79-80 06-07 81-82

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HOFS TRA RE CORD B OOK LAUREN HALL-GREGORY

Three-point Field Goal Percentage (min. 1.5 made per game) 1. Marguerite Moran .465 2. Colleen Conroy .413 3. Jen Brickey .409 4. Diane Hobin .409 5. Tonya Yandrisevitz .400 6. Jen Brickey .392 7. Kate Loper .385 8. Colleen Conroy .381 9. Jen Brickey .380 10. Cigi McCollin .374 Free Throws Made 1. Shante Evans 2. Christine Lathuras 3. Shante Evans 4. Shante Evans 5. Christine Lathuras 6. Hilarie Cranmer 7. Vanessa Gidden 8. Dia LaBella 9. Dawn McGrath 10. Kate Gordon 10. Candice Bellocchio

154 148 143 137 135 127 123 117 116 109 109

88-89 88-89 00-01 93-94 90-91 01-02 10-11 87-88 99-00 04-05

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 2 made per game) 1. Colleen Flynn 2. Jen Brickey 3. Hilarie Cranmer 4. Nora Anderson 5. Candice Bellocchio 6. Mary Jo Lorella 7. Jen Brickey 8. Sam Brigham 9. Dawn McGrath 10. Hilarie Cranmer

.882 .869 .857 .851 .846 .836 .833 .832 .825 .821

86-87 00-01 87-88 97-98 08-09 78-79 01-02 09-10 81-82 86-87

11-12 83-84 10-11 12-13 81-82 85-86 06-07 81-82 83-84 97-98 10-11

Rebounds 1. Leslie Schlegel 2. Christine Lathuras 2. Shante Evans 4. Shante Evans 5. Shante Evans 6. Shante Evans 7. Lizanne Murphy 8. Lizanne Murphy 9. Vanessa Gidden 10. Kate Gordon 11. Kate Gordon

373 356 356 342 327 323 302 296 293 275 273

90-91 81-82 12-13 10-11 11-12 09-10 04-05 06-07 05-06 97-98 95-96

LESLIE SCHLEGEL LIZ IRWIN

Field Goal Percentage (min. 3.5 made per game) 1. Jess Fulller 2. Jess Fuller 3. Amaka Agugua 4. Amaka Agugua 5. Amaka Agugua 6. Dawn McGrath 7. Shante Evans 8. Kim Coke 9. Dawn McGrath 10. Joelle Connelly

.584 .576 .561 .557 .538 .531 .530 .520 .519 .513

08-09 09-10 05-06 03-04 02-03 82-83 10-11 01-02 83-84 08-09

Three-point Field Goals Made 1. Marguerite Moran 107 2. Cigi McCollin 88 3. Cigi McCollin 76 3. Cigi McCollin 76 5. Kate Loper 75 6. Jen Brickey 69 7. Kate Loper 67 8. Jen Brickey 63 9. Nicole Capurso 62 10. Jen Brickey 60

88-89 05-06 06-07 04-05 10-11 01-02 11-12 00-01 11-12 02-03

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HOFS TRA RE CORD B OOK MEG O’BRIEN

Assists 1. Liz Irwin 2. Liz Irwin 3. Andreana Thomas 4. Liz Irwin 5. Candice Bellocchio 6. Liz Irwin 7. Diane Hobin 8. Lauren Hall-Gregory 9. Candice Bellocchio 10. Candice Bellocchio 11. Eileen McClennen

Blocked Shots 1. Jess Fuller 2. Jess Fuller 3. Vanessa Gidden 4. Joelle Connelly 5. Vanessa Gidden 5. Lisa Harris 7. Dawn McGrath 8. Vanessa Gidden 8. Leslie Schlegel 8. Rume Pela

105 97 62 59 50 50 45 43 43 43

09-10 08-09 04-05 08-09 05-06 99-00 83-84 06-07 89-90 02-03

Steals 1. Liz Irwin 2. Denee Rivera 3. Liz Irwin 4. Denee Rivera 5. Marguerite Moran 6. Candace Bond 7. Candace Bond 8. Kate Gordon 8. Kate Gordon 10. Candace Bond 11. Nora Anderson

120 119 99 97 90 84 80 79 79 75 74

80-81 98-99 81-82 97-98 88-89 11-12 12-13 94-95 95-96 10-11 97-98

SINGLE GAME RE CORDS Most Points in a Game: Marguerite Moran - 41 vs. Bucknell (2/9/89) Most Rebounds in a Game: Leslie Schlegel - 24 vs. Drexel (2/9/91) Most Assists in a Game: Candice Bellocchio - 14 vs. St. Francis (NY) (11/18/09)

NIKKI WILLIAMS 231 224 206 205 191 168 163 161 159 156 154

80-81 79-80 12-13 81-82 11-12 78-79 91-92 00-01 09-10 10-11 88-89

MARGUERITE MORAN

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Single Game Points: 105 vs. Pace 78-79 Fewest Points Allowed: 26 vs. Barnard 78-79 Field Goals: 52 vs. Pace 78-79 Free Throws: 31 vs. Fordham 81-82 31 vs. Wagner 92-93 Most Rebounds: 69 vs. Brooklyn 79-80 Most Assists: 36 vs. Pace 78-79 Largest Margin of Victory: 50 vs. Barnard (76-26) 78-79 50 vs. Hunter (80-30) 78-79

NOREEN DUFFY

CANDACE BOND

VANESSA GIDDEN

Points 1. Marguerite Moran 2. Kate Gordon 3. Marguerite Moran 4. Marguerite Moran 4. Jen Brickey 4. Shante Evans 7. Marguerite Moran 7. Sharon Solowitz 9. Cigi McCollin 9. Marguerite Moran 9. Kate Gordon 9. Jen Brickey

41 38 37 36 36 36 35 35 34 34 34 34

Rebounds 1. Leslie Schlegel 2. Shante Evans 3. Dawn McGrath 3. Minna Luostarinen 5. Christine Lathuras 5. Shante Evans 7. Vanessa Gidden 7. Shante Evans 9. Hilarie Cranmer 9. Shante Evans 9. Shante Evans

24 90-91 23 10-11, 12-13 22 83-84 22 85-86 20 81-82 20 11-12 19 04-05 19 10-11 18 85-86 18 09-10 18 11-12

88-89 96-97 88-89 88-89 01-02 10-11 88-89 85-86 05-06 88-89 94-95 02-03

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Season Most Wins: Most Losses: Best Winning Percentage: Winning Streak: Losing Streak: Most Points: Most Rebounds: Most Assists: Most Points Per Game:

27 26 .764 10 19 2468 1878 550 74.9

The Hofstra 1,000-Point Club 1. Shante Evans (2009-13) 2. Dia LaBella (1978-82) 3. Jen Brickey (1999-03) 4. Kate Gordon (1994-98) 5. Cigi McCollin (2002-07) 6. Christine Lathuras (1980-84) 7. Vanessa Gidden (2003-07) 8. Hilarie Cranmer (1984-87) 9. Liz Irwin (1978-82) 10. Betsy Lange (1988-92) 11. Sheryl Hall (1978-82) 12. Meg O’Brien (1992-97)

81-82 90-91 06-07 06-07 89-90 80-81 83-84 80-81 11-12 2116 1840 1726 1714 1662 1548 1489 1461 1455 1421 1276 1263


HOFS TRA RE CORD B OOK 13. Nicole Capurso (2008-12) 14. Lizanne Murphy (2003-07) 15. Tonya Yandrisevitz (1989-93) 16. Kim Coke (1998-02) 17. Mary Henwood (1982-86) 18. Sharon Solowitz (1984-88) 19. Candice Bellocchio (2007-12) 20. Dawn McGrath (1980-84) 21. Diane Hobin (1991-95) 22. Colleen Montague (1991-96) 22. Sam Brigham (2006-10)

1258 1245 1181 1152 1127 1126 1068 1065 1061 1016 1016

SE ASON LE ADERS

Scoring Leaders Year Player 1980-81 Dia LaBella 1981-82 Christine Lathuras 1982-83 Christine Lathuras 1983-84 Christine Lathuras 1984-85 Mary Henwood 1985-86 Hilarie Cranmer Sharon Solowitz 1986-87 Hilarie Cranmer 1987-88 Sharon Solowitz 1988-89 Marguerite Moran 1989-90 Betsy Lange 1990-91 Betsy Lange 1991-92 Betsy Lange 1992-93 Molly Sito 1993-94 Meg O’Brien 1994-95 Meg O’Brien 1995-96 Kate Gordon 1996-97 Kate Gordon 1997-98 Kate Gordon 1998-99 Noreen Duffy 1999-00 Noreen Duffy 2000-01 Jen Brickey 2001-02 Jen Brickey 2002-03 Jen Brickey 2003-04 Amaka Agugua CHRISTINE LATHURAS

Pts. 516 483 451 426 305 449 405 387 443 716 279 444 408 375 301 445 398 399 501 319 302 501 463 507 312

Avg. 14.7 13.4 15.6 14.7 12.7 16.9 16.9 13.8 15.8 24.7 14.7 15.3 16.3 13.9 11.2 15.9 14.7 15.3 17.9 11.4 11.6 18.6 16.5 17.5 12.0

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Cigi McCollin Vanessa Gidden Vanessa Gidden Sam Brigham Jess Fuller Shante Evans Shante Evans Shante Evans Shante Evans

Rebounding Leaders Year Player 1980-81 Sheryl Hall 1981-82 Christine Lathuras 1982-83 Dawn McGrath 1983-84 Dawn McGrath 1984-85 Colleen Flynn 1985-86 Sharon Solowitz 1986-87 Hilarie Cranmer 1987-88 Hilarie Cranmer 1988-89 Susan Jewell 1989-90 Leslie Schlegel 1990-91 Leslie Schlegel 1991-92 Betsy Lange 1992-93 Molly Sito 1993-94 Colleen Montague 1994-95 Kate Gordon 1995-96 Kate Gordon 1996-97 Kate Gordon 1997-98 Kate Gordon 1998-99 Lisa Harris 1999-00 Meredith Pine 2000-01 Kim Coke 2001-02 Tara Dilworth 2002-03 Amaka Agugua 2003-04 Amaka Agugua 2004-05 Lizanne Murphy 2005-06 Vanessa Gidden 2006-07 Lizanne Murphy 2007-08 Britné Rodgers 2008-09 Jess Fuller 2009-10 Shante Evans 2010-11 Shante Evans 2011-12 Shante Evans 2012-13 Shante Evans

454 480 485 311 358 453 571 594 498

16.2 15.5 14.3 10.4 11.9 13.3 18.4 19.2 16.1

Reb. 257 356 229 260 185 185 196 216 170 210 373 209 228 170 222 273 261 275 119 184 190 146 204 168 302 293 296 151 239 323 342 327 356

Avg. 6.9 9.9 8.5 9.0 6.9 7.7 7.0 8.0 6.5 7.5 12.4 8.4 8.5 6.5 7.9 10.1 10.0 9.8 4.3 6.8 7.0 5.2 7.0 6.5 10.4 9.5 8.7 5.0 8.0 9.5 11.0 10.5 11.5

Field Goal Percentage Leaders (3.5 FGM/Gm) Year Player FG-FGA Pct. 1980-81 Dia LaBella 207-509 .407 1981-82 Christine Lathuras 174-421 .413 1982-83 Dawn McGrath 144-271 .531 1983-84 Dawn McGrath 151-291 .519 1984-85 Mary Henwood 112-260 .509 1985-86 Hilarie Cranmer 161-316 .509 1986-87 Hilarie Cranmer 143-318 .450 1987-88 Christine Hettling 126-250 .504 1988-89 Eileen McClennen 125-275 .455 1989-90 Betsy Lange 154-328 .470 1990-91 Sheri Horvath 116-274 .423 1991-92 Betsy Lange 154-328 .470 1992-93 Leslie Schlegel 147-322 .457

NICOLE CAPURSO

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 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Monica Morgan Kate Gordon Kate Gordon Kate Gordon Kate Gordon Tracy Abromavage Noreen Duffy Kim Coke Kim Coke Amaka Agugua Amaka Agugua Lizanne Murphy Amaka Agugua Lana Harshaw Britné Rodgers Jess Fuller Jess Fuller Shante Evans Shante Evans Anma Onyeuku

103-249 167-354 161-380 162-318 193-395 107-226 96-297 149-299 128-246 140-260 136-244 126-280 137-244 139-296 106-255 150-257 137-238 214-404 220-450 129-252

.414 .472 .424 .509 .489 .473 .323 .498 .520 .538 .557 .450 .561 .470 .416 .584 .576 .530 .489 .512

DIA LABELLA

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CIGI MCCOLLIN

BETSY LANGE

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (2.0 FGA/Gm) Year

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 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player

3FG-3FGA Pct.

Marguerite Moran 31-72 Marguerite Moran 107-230 Tonya Yandrisevitz 25-67 Tonya Yandrisevitz 50-125 Colleen Montague 39-111 Tonya Yandrisevitz 59-170 Diane Hobin 47-115 Diane Hobin 26-85 Tracey Smith 19-61 Meg O’Brien 27-83 Tracey Smith 17-49 Noreen Duffy 52-166 Jen Brickey 38-100 Jen Brickey 63-154 Jen Brickey 69-176 Lauren Hall-Gregory 36-103 Staceyann Claxton 36-102 Cigi McCollin 76-203 Cigi McCollin 88-242 Lizanne Murphy 31-81 Linn Quamme 22-61 Sam Brigham 30-83 Sam Brigham 42-94 Kate Loper 75-195 Nicole Capurso 62-195 Andreana Thomas 34-109

.431 .465 .373 .400 .351 .347 .409 .306 .312 .325 .347 .313 .380 .409 .392 .350 .353 .374 .364 .383 .361 .361 .447 .385 .318 .312

Free Throw Percentage Leaders (2.0 FTM/Gm) Year Player FT-FTA 1980-81 Mary Jo Lorello 98-141 1981-82 Dia LaBella 117-156 1982-83 Dawn McGrath 58-73 1983-84 Dawn McGrath 116-144 1984-85 Mary Menwood 81-112 1985-86 Hilarie Cranmer 127-161 1986-87 Colleen Flynn 60-69 1987-88 Hilarie Cranmer 84-98 1988-89 Eileen McClennen 98-121 1989-90 Betsy Lange 45-72 1990-91 Betsy Lange 98-125 1991-92 Diane Hobin 91-115 1992-93 Molly Sito 90-123 1993-94 Colleen Montague 79-104 1994-95 Meg O’Brien 96-119 1995-96 Colleen Montague 95-131 1996-97 Meg O’Brien 80-100 1997-98 Nora Anderson 80-94 1998-99 Nora Anderson 57-66 1999-00 Meredith Pine 65-90 2000-01 Jen Brickey 86-99

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Pct. .695 .750 .795 .806 .723 .789 .882 .857 .810 .625 .784 .791 .732 .760 .807 .725 .800 .851 .864 .722 .869

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

Jen Brickey 100-120 Jen Brickey 99-125 Shalamar Oakley 60-75 Cigi McCollin 98-126 Lizanne Murphy 72-102 Cigi McCollin 105-131 Candice Bellocchio 73-93 Candice Bellocchio 22-26 Sam Brigham 94-113 Candice Bellocchio 109-137 Candice Bellocchio 97-134 Andreana Thomas 65-91

Assist Leaders Year Player 1979-80 Liz Irwin 1980-81 Liz Irwin 1982-83 Bridget Benshetler 1983-84 Dawn McGrath 1984-85 Bridget Benshetler 1985-86 Colleen Conroy 1986-87 Eileen McClennen 1987-88 Eileen McClennen 1988-89 Eileen McClennen

.833 .792 .800 .778 .706 .802 .785 .846 .832 .796 .724 .714

Ast. Avg. 224 7.2 231 6.2 92 3.5 81 2.8 111 4.0 99 3.7 153 5.5 93 3.3 154 5.3


HOFS TRA RE CORD B OOK SUE MULQUEEN KATE GORDON

LIZANNE MURPHY

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 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Tonya Yandrisevitz 77 2.8 Natalie Kozlowski 78 2.7 Diane Hobin 114 3.9 Diane Hobin 163 6.0 Diane Hobin 139 5.2 Diane Hobin 122 4.5 Nora Anderson 68 2.7 Kate Gordon 71 2.7 Denee Rivera 112 4.0 Denee Rivera 121 4.5 Angela Kennedy 71 2.6 Lauren Hall-Gregory 161 6.0 Lauren Hall-Gregory 152 5.4 Lauren Hall-Gregory 121 4.2 Staceyann Claxton 93 3.3 India Ali 91 3.5 India Ali 112 3.6 Niki Williams 123 3.6 Niki Williams 112 3.7 Niki Williams 122 4.4 Candice Bellocchio 159 4.7 Candice Bellocchio 156 5.0 Candice Bellocchio 191 6.2 Andreana Thomas 206 6.6

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HOFS TRA IN

POS TSE ASON PLAY The women’s basketball program at Hofstra has qualified for the postseason on six occasions, at both the AIAW (pre-NCAA) and NCAA Division I level.

1982 (AIAW DIVISION II NATIONAL TOURNAMENT)

SHERYL HALL

Semifinals at Central State (OK) Central State 73, Hofstra 66 Third Place Game Hofstra 63, Colorado College 57 Season Record: 27-9

LINN QUAMME

1980 (AIAW DIVISION II NATIONAL TOURNAMENT) First Round versus Morgan State Morgan State 62, Hofstra 52 Season Record: 20-11

2006 (WNIT) First Round versus Stony Brook Hofstra 92, Stony Brook 65 Second Round at Villanova Villanova 71, Hofstra 46 Season Record: 19-12

CHRISTINE MORROW

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HOFS TRA IN

POS TSE ASON PLAY JESS FULLER

LANA HARSHAW

2011 (WNIT) First Round vs. Harvard Harvard 73, Hofstra 71

2007 (WNIT)

Season Record: 19-12

Second Round versus Seton Hall Hofstra 64, Seton Hall 52 Third Round at South Carolina Hofstra 64, South Carolina 59 Quarterfinals at Western Kentucky Western Kentucky 72, Hofstra 54 Season Record: 26-8

CANDACE BOND

2010 (WNIT) First Round at Penn State Hofstra 76, Penn State 68 Second Round at Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Commonwealth 84, Hofstra 65 Season Record: 20-14

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HOFS TRA AL UMANE -ATracy Abromavage - 1999 Helene S. Adams – 1942 Amaka Agugua – 2006 India Ali - 2008

Laurie Brasher - 1978 Jean Brendel - 1949 DEE BRENNAN

NORA ANDERSON

Kristina Campbell - 2009 Nicole Capurso - 2012 Claudia Careccia - 1965 Jennifer Carney - 1984 Louise Carr - 1939 Mary Jane Casey - 1959 Marilyn Chalmers - 1972 CATHERINE CLANCY

Dee Brennan - 2000 Deirdre Breslin - 1954 Jen Brickey - 2003 Nora Anderson – 1999 Alana Arthurs - 2007 -BFlorence Bachmann - 1952 Jean Balazs - 1971 Charlotte Baldrey-Chourio - 2005 Linda Balduf - 1972 Pam Bankey - 1991 Ellie Barbour -1965 Delia Barreto - 1953 Jayne Bartecki - 1971 Janice Bauer - 1969 Adrienne Baumann - 1973 Val Bejarno - 1964 Candice Bellocchio - 2012 Angela Bennett - 1956 Joan Bennett - 1957 Bridget Benshetler - 1986 Henny Bick - 1969 Christina Biedny - 2008 Laurie Bier - 1965 Rita Biss - 1950 Joan Boissier - 1947 Candace Bond - 2013 Shirley Bonner - 1976 Karin Boone - 1972

SAM BRIGHAM

Catherine Clancy - 1996 Staceyann Claxton - 2004 Carolyn Cohen - 1975 Edythe Cohen - 1953 Elaine Cohen - 1962 Roberta Cohen - 1985 KIMBERLEY COKE

Sam Brigham - 2010 Lyn Brown - 1966 Linda Brymer - 1978 Andrea Bucci - 1986 Marie Buckley - 1959 Marilyn Bueter - 1969 Wendy Burns - 1975 June Burnside - 1945 Mary Jo Bursig - 1977 Patricia Bussewitz - 1969 -CJen Cada - 1991 Tracey Caffrey - 1987 Lois Caldiero – 1955 Harmonie Calinda - 2007 Virginia Cameron - 1943

-DCarmen Dame - 1985 Barbara Darcy - 1957 Patricia Davidson - 1966 Diane Dee - 1969 Dorothy DeGraff - 1947 Rita Delia - 1958 Christine DeMartino - 1984 Maria Desanto - 1963 Tara Dilworth - 2004 Ruth Dixon - 1960 Duane Dluzniewski - 1969 Linda Dodd - 1974 Jane Donnelly - 1962 Paula Donnelly - 1940 Helena Dow - 1940 Ronnie Duda - 1976 Noreen Duffy - 2000 Judith Dunn - 1976 Rita Dunton - 1959 Marilyn Dutcher - 1971 -EKaren Eismann - 1975 Mary Emerson - 1965 Eileen Emmert - 1983 Sandra Erb - 1965 Betsy Ertmann - 1978 Eleanor Estrin - 1966 SHANTE EVANS

Kimberley Coke - 2002 Beryl Connery - 1950 Colleen Conroy - 1989 Carole Cozzi - 1958 Shante Evans - 2013

KRISTINA CAMPBELL

BRANDY BOTTS

HILARIE CRANMER

Hilarie Cranmer - 1988 Shirley Crumm - 1961 Pat Curry - 1963 Maris Cutignola - 1964 Brandy Botts - 1998

9 4 • h ofs t r a U ni v e rs i t y

-FWanda Falci - 1955 Fran Fanelli - 1965 Wilma Findley - 1940 Ruth Fish - 1957 Caryn Fisher - 1972 Gail Fisher - 1979 April Fitzpatrick - 1996 Ruth Fleet - 1942 Colleen Flynn - 1988 Ana Fonseca - 1985 Genevieve Ford - 1944 Marion Forde - 1942


HOFS TRA AL UMANE Janis Forman - 1969 Avis Freidah - 1952 Eleanor Friede - 1942 Joan Frimmer – 1957 Natty Fripp - 2009 Jess Fuller - 2010 -GDorothy Galgano - 1957 Carol Anne Galletta - 1976 Tina Garrett - 1984 Holly Gefvert - 1989 Pamela Gery – 1964 Vanessa Gidden - 2007 Cynthia Gilmore - 1969 Tenicha Gittens - 2005 Pamela Gittins - 1970 Billi Godsey - 2003 Kathleen Gonzalez - 1965 Kate Gordon - 1998 Mariella Gotz - 1989 Deven Green - 2013

Mary Hombach - 1965 Joan Horan - 1965 Donna Horoski - 1984 Kathleen Horst - 1954 Sheri Horvath - 1993 Janet Howe - 1955 Ann Marie Hughes – 1985 Jeanell Hughes - 2007 Patricia Hutchinson - 1975

-HJanet Halatyn - 1962 Sheryl Hall - 1982 Lauren Hall-Gregory - 2003 Kathy Hammer - 1990 Lisa Harris – 2001 Lana Harshaw - 2007 Judy Hassings - 1969 Sue Rae Hattendorf - 1954 Jamila Haynes - 2002 Linda Hendrickson - 1969 Mary Henwood - 1986 Christine Hettling - 1988 Graceann Hichborn - 1955 Rose Hicks - 1940 Karen Hickson - 1983 Diane Hobin - 1995 Eileen Holleran - 1957

NATALIE KOZLOWSKI

-IRuth Iannone - 1963 Karen Ingvoldstad - 1967 Liz Irwin - 1982 -JMary Jacobsen - 1957 Asia Jenkins - 2011 SUSAN JEWELL

KELLY GREEN

Kelly Green - 1996 Francine Greenspan - 1955 Virginia Grieve - 1956 Ellen Grossman - 1972

Angela Kennedy - 2000 Ruth Kenny - 1941 Joan Klein - 1956 Frances Knabbe - 1970 Eleanor Knauer - 1958 Elizabeth Knauss - 1982

Susan Jewell - 1990 Amanda Johnson - 1982 Linda Johnson - 1973 Marion Jones - 1940 Clara Jordan - 1957 Joy Jorgensen - 1956 Jane Joslin - 1968 -KPat Kaufman - 1952 Joan Keegan - 1986 Susan Keith - 1958 Eileen Kennan - 1966 ANGELA KENNEDY

Natalie Kozlowski - 1992 Joan Krasnoff - 1951 -LDia LaBella - 1982 Janet Lacetera - 1962 Kim Laing - 1992 Betsy Lange - 1992 Brenda Langley - 1967 Cheryl Larrier - 1969 Christine Lathuras - 1984 Poppy Latos - 1947 Mee Lee - 1945 Diane Leonard - 1982 Joan Lewis - 1964 Janet Liebler - 1940 Jennifer Life - 1990 Debra Lindsay - 1979 Barbara Linwood - 1957 Elma Lobaugh - 1940 Adrian Lohse - 1966 Mary-Jo Lorello - 1981 Minna Luostarinen - 1986 Fran Lyons - 2008 Jeanne Lyons - 1947 -MCharlene Madonna - 1964 Christine Magilligan - 1957 Sandy Maher - 1963 Marie Malone - 2012 Wendy Mancuso - 1984 Stefanie Mann - 1992 Sheila Manners - 1958 Fran Margolies - 1965 Eleanor Markland - 1944

Nora Martens - 1971 Janet Matthes - 1953 Anne Mayer - 1963 Dorothy Mayorga - 1978 Marion McCann - 1940 Josephine McCarthy - 1953 Mary McCarthy - 1992 Eileen McClennen – 1989 Cigi McCollin – 2007 Erin McDermott - 1994 Lorie McGarrigle - 1988 Dawn McGrath - 1984 Loree Meiselas - 1972 Meryl Melinikoff - 1985 Mary Merlo - 1975 Doris Merritt - 1956 Barbara Meyers - 1961 Eileen Meyers - 1966 Kathy Michelson - 1965 Maureen Monaghan - 1980 COLLEEN MONTAGUE

Colleen Montague - 1996 Carolyn Moore - 1940 Marion Moore - 1955 MELANIE MOORE

Melanie Moore - 1995 Gertrude Moran - 1939 Marguerite Moran - 1989

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HOFS TRA AL UMANE MONICA MORGAN

Monica Morgan - 1994 Janet Morine - 1972 Lynne Morrison - 1968 JUNE MORRISEY

-PElizabeth Parbus - 1977 Cecilia Parry - 1978 Nyota Peace - 1994 Cecilia Pegelow - 1983 Rume Pela - 2004 Jael Pena - 2011 Louisa Percudani - 1985 Hazel Peterson - 1950 Miriam Peterson - 1947 Jeannette Pillar - 1969 Meredith Pine - 2000 Euniceteen Pittman - 1970 Henrietta R. Pfeiffer - 1941 Barbara Pfrunder - 1952 Doris Pirodsky - 1940 Carole Plunkett - 1956 Gertrude Pownall - 1948 Karen Principato - 1979 Valerie Provenzano - 1961 -QLinn Quamme - 2008 Pat Quarm - 1968 Lynn Quattrini - 1962

June Morrissey - 1999 Christine Morrow - 1984 Lorraine Moucha - 1970 Susan Mulqueen – 1998 Lizanne Murphy - 2007 -NDiane Nash - 1958 Joan Natalie - 1962 Jennifer Neumayer - 1993 Nicole Nimmo - 2001 Cindy Norden - 1982 -OEileen O’Brien - 1985 Elizabeth O’Brien - 1997 Grace O’Brien - 1940 Meg O’Brien - 1997 Maura O’Connell - 1994 Jennifer Olsen - 1990 Alice Olson - 1953 Jessica Olszewski - 2002

-RJulie Repeta - 1957 Valerie Reschke - 1955 Josephine Reuther - 1941 Jenii Reynolds - 1992 Deborah Rich - 1981 Ina Richards - 1971 Barbara Riley - 1970 Yvonne Risberg - 1982 Denee Rivera - 2000 Roma Roberts - 1942 Ellen Robinson - 1955 Francine Rogers - 1954 Beth Rosenberg - 1979 Henny Rosenburg - 1968 Jen Rowell - 1995 Barbara Rubins - 1951 Taicia Ryan - 1962 -SDonna Sandak - 1966 Ana Santalla - 1972 Judith Scanlon - 1955 Leslie Schlegel - 1991 Phyllis Schneider - 1942 Gladys Schroeder - 1946 Sheila Schultz - 1957 Mary Scott - 1957 Megan Scott - 2004 Jeanne Shaw - 1949

Claire Sica - 1976 Anne Siebert - 1959 Molly Sito - 1993 Kathy Skapinetz - 1969 Leonora Slattery - 1954 Frances Slezak - 1965 TRACEY SMITH

-WPamela Walter - 1948 Joan Walters - 1968 Stephanie Washington - 1990 Marilynn Weber - 1951 Heather West - 1969 Ruth Widman - 1963 Meryl Williams – 1963 Nikki Williams - 2009 Joyce Wilson - 1962 Marilyn Winter - 1950 Anne Wood - 1964 -YTONYA YANDRISEVITZ

Tracey Smith - 1998 Marguerite Soderman - 1943 Sharon Solowitz - 1988 Cara Sorensen - 2002 Rosemary Soubiran - 1942 Jacqueline Soukup - 1949 Urszula Smolarek - 2004 Lola Starks - 1966 Judith Stein - 1977 Judith D. Stein - 1967 Pam Stevensen - 1963 Bonnie Stewart - 1947 Beverly Stix - 1955 Phyllis Stone - 1973 Marjorie Strunk - 1959 Penelope Stumler - 1965 -TAamira Terry - 2011 Kathy Theiling - 1975 Mary Topping - 1965 Janet Totter - 1953 Elizabeth Triebel - 1944 Judyann Trujillo - 1978 Mary Tureo - 1963 -UIsoken Uzamere - 2011 -VTracy Vale - 1981 Mona Vallon - 1975 Jayne Vetter - 1979 Lorraine Vogel - 1944 Evelyn Von Elm - 1942

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Tonya Yandrisevitz - 1993 Sue Yanetti - 1969 Dates listed indicate year of graduation or the final year on the basketball roster. This list was compiled from the best available sources. Any omission was purely unintentional. Please call the Office of Athletic Communications at (516) 463-4933 with any additions or corrections.


HOFS TRA IN T HE PROS

T

he Hofstra Women’s Basketball program has had quite a bit of success in recent years and that success has translated into several former Pride women’s basketball student-athletes playing professional basketball. The eight former players currently active are:  Candace Bond (Killester Basketball Club; Ireland) Shante Evans (Dunav 8806; Bulgaria) Jess Fuller (Falcon; Denmark) Vanessa Gidden (Hapeol Petah Tikva; Israel) Marie Malone (La Spezia; Italy) Lizanne Murphy (UFAB49; France)

“I couldn’t be more excited to watch the professional careers of our former players develop,” commented Head Coach Krista Kilburn-Steveskey.  “Their careers have taken them on journeys they could only dream about as kids and we are thrilled that this wonderful game of basketball has allowed them to experience so much.”

LIZANNE MURPHY

In addition to those six active players, Candice Bellocchio, Cigi McCollin and Niki Williams also played professionally following graduation.

SHANTE EVANS

CIGI McCOLLIN

CANDACE BOND

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YE AR-BY-YE AR

COACHING RE CORDS Year

Record

1936-37 11-4-1 1937-38 11-1 1938-39 8-3-1 1939-40 11-0 1940-41 n/a 1944-45 n/a 1945-46 n/a 1946-47 n/a 1947-48 1-2 1948-49 5-4 1949-50 8-3 1950-51 3-5 1951-52 2-3 1952-53 4-6-2 1953-54 1-8 1954-55 n/a 1955-56 2-5 1956-57 n/a 1957-58 n/a 1958-59 2-4 1959-60 2-7 1960-61 5-5 1961-62 1-9 1962-63 1-9 1963-64 8-2 1964-65 9-4 1965-66 8-6 1966-67 2-11 1967-68 0-14 1968-69 3-7 1969-70 3-7 1970-71 3-9 1971-72 5-7 1972-73 2-9 1973-74 3-8 1974-75 5-8 1975-76 8-10 1976-77 5-14 1977-78 7-13 1978-79 20-8

Coach

Year

Erma Stroh Erma Stroh Erma Stroh Erma Stroh Erma Stroh Ellen Wellner-Smith Ellen Wellner-Smith Ellen Wellner-Smith Muriel Boelsen Muriel Boelsen Muriel Boelsen Mary Goess Mary Goess Mary Goess Mary Goess Mary Goess Mary Goess n/a n/a Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Sylvia Giallombardo Pat Klammer Pat Klammer Pat Klammer Harvey Pyser Harvey Pyser

Record

Coach

979-80 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 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

20-11 25-12 27-9 21-8 18-11 3-25 12-15 9-19 13-15 12-17 3-25 4-26 11-18 8-19 14-13 11-17 4-23 12-15 12-16 9-19 11-16 8-19 9-19 8-21 14-14 13-16 19-12 26-8 5-25 16-14 20-14 19-12 19-12 14-17

Harvey Pyser Harvey Pyser Harvey Pyser Harvey Pyser (First Year of Division I) Harvey Pyser Harvey Pyser Harvey Pyser Harvey Pyser Lorraine Hoffmann Lorraine Hoffmann Lorraine Hoffmann Ron Rohn Ron Rohn Ron Rohn Leslie Schlegel Leslie Schlegel Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Felisha Legette-Jack Felisha Legette-Jack Felisha Legette-Jack Felisha Legette-Jack Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Krista Kilburn-Steveskey

Total

618-767-4/74 seasons overall* 377-520/31 seasons at NCAA Division I

*Does not include seasons in which records are unavailable

All-Time Hofstra Coaching Records Coach

Years

Seasons Won-Lost

Pct.

Erma Stroh Muriel Boelsen Mary Goess Sylvia Giallombardo Pat Klammer Harvey Pyser Lorraine Hoffmann Ron Rohn Leslie Schlegel-Danowski Felisha Legette-Jack Krista Kilburn-Steveskey

(1936-41) (1947-50) (1950-56) (1958-74) (1974-77) (1977-87) (1987-90) (1990-93) (1993-02) (2002-06) (2006-present)

5 3 6 16 3 10 3 3 9 4 7

.824** .560 .317** .326 .360 .553 .329 .267 .370 .462 .538

**Records based on available information

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41-8-2 14-9 12-27-2 57-118 18-32 162-131 28-57 23-63 90-157 54-63 119-102


HOFS TRA WOME N'S BASKE TBALL

SERIES RE CORDS Adelphi 8-0 Albany 3-0 American 1-2 Appalachian State 0-2 Arizona State 0-1 Army 4-5 Auburn 0-1 Barnard 1-0 Baylor 0-1 Bentley 1-0 Binghamton 0-1 Boston College 0-1 Boston University 7-12 Bridgeport 4-0 Brooklyn 6-1 Bucknell 13-9 Buffalo 3-5 Brown 0-1 C.C.N.Y. 1-0 Cal Davis 0-0 Canisius 1-4 Central Connecticut State 6-5 Central State 0-1 Charleston 0-0 Charleston Southern 1-0 Charlotte 0-1 Cheyney State 1-0 Chicago State 2-0 Cincinnati 0-1 Clemson 0-2 Colgate 7-4 Colorado College 1-0 Columbia 5-10 Concordia 0-0 Connecticut 0-2 Coppin State 0-1 Cornell 3-1 Cortland State 2-0 Dartmouth 1-2 Delaware 10-50 Delaware State 1-1 Dominican 4-0 Drake 1-0 Drexel 26-34 Duke 0-2 East Carolina 0-1 Eastern Washington 1-0 Fairfield 6-1 Fairleigh Dickinson 0-3 Florida 0-1 Florida A&M 0-1 Florida International 0-2 Florida State 0-1 Fordham 7-9 George Mason 10-10 George Washington 0-1

Georgetown 0-3 Georgia State 12-3 Georgia Tech 0-3 Gonzaga 0-1 Hartford 9-12 Harvard 3-5 Holy Cross 1-6 Hunter 1-0 Immaculata 1-0 Indiana State 0-0 Iona 7-8 Ithaca 2-0 James Madison 8-13 Kansas State 1-0 Kean 2-0 Kentucky 0-1 Lafayette 5-17 La Salle 1-4 Lehigh 10-12 Lehman 2-0 LIU-C.W. Post 6-8 Long Island 15-5 Loyola (MD) 0-2 Loyola Marymount 0-1 Maine 1-17 Manhattan 7-2 Marist 6-1 Maryland-Baltimore County 2-4 Maryland-Eastern Shore 1-0 Massachusetts 1-3 McNeese State 0-1 Mercy 4-0 Michigan State 1-0 Mississippi 1-0 Molloy 4-0 Monmouth 5-7 Montclair State 0-1 Morehead State 0-1 Morgan State 0-2 Navy 1-0 New Hampshire 2-13 New Haven 1-1 New Jersey Tech (NJIT) 1-0 New York Tech 2-1 New York University 2-4 Niagara 5-1 Norfolk State 1-0 North Carolina 0-1 North Florida 1-0 Northeastern 14-18 Northeastern Illinois 0-2 Northwestern 1-1 Oakland (MI) 0-1 Ohio 0-1 Old Dominion 4-20 Oregon 0-1

Pace 2-1 Penn State 1-0 Pennsylvania 0-1 Pepperdine 1-1 Princeton 3-4 Providence 2-1 Queens 3-1 Quinnipiac 3-0 Rhode Island 1-1 Rice 1-1 Richmond 0-2 Rider 16-10 Robert Morris 0-1 Sacred Heart 2-0 Saint Joseph’s 0-1 Saint Peter’s 3-4 San Diego 1-1 Seton Hall 3-2 Siena 2-3 Slippery Rock 1-0 South Carolina 1-0 Southern Connecticut 0-1 Southern Illinois 1-0 Southern Methodist 0-2 Springfield 0-1 St. Bonaventure 0-1 St. Francis (NY) 16-4 St. John Fisher 0-1 St. John’s 2-12 St. Mary’s (CA) 0-1 Stetson 3-1 Stony Brook 5-1 Syracuse 1-0 Texas 0-1 Towson 28-28 Troy State 0-1 Tulane 0-1 UNC Wilmington 12-12 Upsala 2-0 Vermont 4-12 Villanova 0-1 Virginia 0-1 Virginia Commonwealth 5-16 Virginia Tech 0-0 Wagner 9-12 Wake Forest 0-3 Western Carolina 0-1 Western Kentucky 0-1 Westfield 2-0 Wichita State 1-0 William & Mary 21-8-1 William Paterson 2-1 Wright State 1-0 Yale 5-6

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HOFS TRA BASKE TBALL

YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS YEAR: 1936-37

1940-41

COACH: ERMA STROH RECORD: 11-4-1

Freeport HS Baldwin HS Freeport Legionettes Freeport HS Central HS Northport HS Nassau College Center Rider Adelphi Northport HS New York University Hicksville HS Nassau College Center Hill Panzer

COACH: ERMA STROH RECORD: NOT AVAILABLE

25-16 W 25-14 W 23-20 W 19-24 L 14-14 T 51-23 W 48-5 W 12-23 L 22-10 W 33-19 W 19-29 L 34-9 W 30-13 W 21-17 W 13-26 L

YEAR: 1937-38

COACH: ERMA STROH RECORD: 11-1

Bergen New York University Panzer Upsala Brooklyn Faculty Bergen Rider Adelphi Connecticut State Rhode Island State Hunter

58-8 W 16-13 W 14-25 L 33-7 W 20-14 W 34-6 W 37-14 W 28-19 W 32-7 W 21-13 W 20-17 W 27-12 W

YEAR: 1938-39

COACH: ERMA STROH RECORD: 8-3-1

William & Mary Upsala Adelphi East Stroudsburg Rhode Island Savage Hunter East Stroudsburg Panzer New York University Brooklyn Panzer

1939-40

COACH: ERMA STROH RECORD: 11-0

Results not available

14-14 T 51-6 W 31-5 W 20-12 W 11-20 L 21-15 W 39-27 W 16-26 L 23-13 W 14-24 L 29-7 W 22-11 W

ANMA ONYEUKU

NO PROGRAM FROM 1941-44 1944-45 THROUGH 1947-48 Results not available

1948-49

COACH: MURIEL BOELSEN RECORD: 5-4

Adelphi Wagner Long Island CCNY Malverne Malverne Queens Malverne Adelphi

13-9 W 35-34 W 15-24 L 10-13 L 33-23 W 22-23 L 16-33 L 21-20 W 30-29 W

1949-50

COACH: MURIEL BOELSEN RECORD: 8-3

Adelphi Malverne Queens Drew Wagner Adelphi St. John’s Brooklyn Long Island Panzer Long Island

33-28 W 41-17 W 30-32 L 33-15 W 31-27 W 21-23 L 47-20 W 28-22 W 53-45 W 31-38 L 43-24 W

1952-53

COACH: MARY GOESS RECORD: 4-6-2

Queens Long Island New York University Hunter Wagner St. John’s Panzer Equitable Life Brooklyn Rider CCNY St. Joseph’s

27-27 T 36-30 W 34-45 L 34-48 L 25-46 L 37-39 L 43-45 L 40-36 W 38-24 W 29-29 T 33-31 W 33-41 L

1953-54

COACH: MARY GOESS RECORD: 1-8

Results not available

1950-51

COACH: MARY GOESS RECORD: 3-5

Hunter New York University St. Joseph’s Wagner Panzer St. John’s Queens Brooklyn

1954-55

18-43 L 29-51 L 33-50 L 28-32 L 26-51 L 40-28 W 31-29 W 35-31 W

1951-52

COACH: MARY GOESS RECORD: NOT AVAILABLE

1 0 0 • h ofs t r a U ni v e rs i t y

COACH: MARY GOESS RECORD: NOT AVAILABLE

1955-56

COACH: MARY GOESS RECORD: 2-5

Results not available

1956-57 AND 1957-58 Results not available


HOFS TRA BASKE TBALL

YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS 1958-59

1967-68

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 2-4

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 0-14

Results not available

Results not available

1959-60

1968-69

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 2-7

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 3-7

Results not available

Results not available

1960-61

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 3-7

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 5-5

Results not available

1961-62

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 1-9

Results not available

1969-70

Stony Brook Fordham St. John’s New York University St. Joseph’s Long Island Molloy Brandeis Adelphi Alumnae

1962-63

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 1-9

Results not available

ANNIE PAYTON

34-24 W 28-38 L 19-52 L 33-19 W 30-39 L 19-41 L 19-35 L 25-44 L 25-48 L 30-22 W

1970-71

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 3-9

St. John’s Wagner CCNY St. Joseph’s Adelphi Stony Brook Hunter Queens JV Long Island Molloy Adelphi Alumnae

24-23 W 22-25 L 20-61 L 29-58 L 22-44 L 25-18 W 37-43 L 23-40 L 23-41 L 35-44 L 32-35 L 48-23 W

1971-72

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 5-7

Wagner Molloy Fordham Hunter CCNY St. Joseph’s Stony Brook Long Island Molloy St. John’s Adelphi Alumnae

38-40 L 39-40 L 38-33 W 21-38 L 33-42 L 34-29 W 25-18 W 34-39 L 32-25 W 21-52 L 30-32 L 34-32 W

1972-73

1963-64

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 8-2

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 2-9

Results not available

Results not available

1973-74

1964-65

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 8-4

Results not available

1965-66

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 8-6

Results not available

1966-67

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 2-11

COACH: SYLVIA GIALLOMBARDO RECORD: 3-8

Results not available

1974-75

COACH: PAT KLAMMER RECORD: 5-8

Results not available

1975-76

COACH: PAT KLAMMER RECORD: 8-10

Results not available

Results not available

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HOFS TRA BASKE TBALL

YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS 1976-77

COACH: PAT KLAMMER RECORD: 2-12

Results not available

1977-78

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 7-13

Results not available

YEAR: 1978-79

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 20-8

Stony Brook Barnard CCNY Brooklyn at Long Island Pace at Iona at Upsala St. Peter’s Westfield St. Francis (NY) Wagner at St. John’s at C.W. Post Dominican Molloy at Boston University Lehman at Adelphi at Hunter Fairfield at Fairleigh Dickinson Manhattan at Mercy at Siena Canisius at St. Francis (NY) Long Island

84-66 W 76-26 W 80-41 W 77-53 W 74-77 L 105-70 W 68-51 W 57-36 W 53-63 L (OT) 66-54 W 57-61 L 62-48 W 47-53 L 63-75 L 52-46 W 84-64 W 55-67 L 76-49 W 62-57 W 80-30 W 87-62 W 48-50 L 70-65 W 67-59 W 70-66 W 76-69 W 54-61 L 75-70 W

YEAR: 1979-80

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 20-11

Brooklyn St. Francis (NY) Wagner at Lehman Mercy Molloy at Westfield at Boston University at Bridgeport at Marist

83-45 W 72-47 W 100-69 W 85-46 W 82-63 W 72-52 W 62-60 W 76-83 L 67-54 W 79-53 W

C.W. Post at Ithaca at Cortland Manhattan at Dominican Long Island at New York Tech Fairleigh Dickinson St. Peter’s at Adelphi St. John’s at Fairfield at William Patterson St. John’s* Syracuse* at Fordham* at Iona C.W. Post** Niagara** St. John Fisher** Morgan State**

54-57 L 69-59 W 61-58 W 77-57 W 89-70 W 70-68 W 56-61 L 55-66 L 48-68 L 56-49 W 43-68 L 63-62 W 57-50 W 61-68 L 57-53 W 46-61 L 63-67 L 58-56 W 61-43 W 41-58 L 52-62 L

*NYS AIAW Division I Championship **Eastern Division II Championship

YEAR: 1980-81

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 25-12

Dominican* Ithaca* at New York Tech at Upsala Lafayette Molloy at Marist Fordham at LaSalle at St. John’s at Delaware at Rider Slippery Rock** Immaculata** Morgan State** Wagner at Long Island Adelphi at St. Francis (NY) Cortland State C.W. Post at William Paterson at Kean Adelphi Fairfield at Iona Manhattan New Haven Mercy Adelphi*** at C.W. Post*** U.S. Military Academy C.W. Post****

70-57 W 67-63 W 63-55 W 88-48 W 82-60 W 58-50 W 80-45 W 61-48 W 65-71 L 49-82 L 57-72 L 68-70 L 91-54 W 57-45 W 50-58 L 67-65 W 68-74 L 62-57 W 79-53 W 100-51 W 49-57 L 56-48 W 63-55 W 84-52 W 63-45 W 87-67 W 67-61 W 66-53 W 81-48 W 55-50 W 42-55 L 57-66 L 54-65 L

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HARVEY PYSER

St. John’s**** Bentley# C.W. Post# Springfield#

42-79 L 76-62 W 64-61 W 80-87 L (2OT)

*Hofstra Tip-Off Tournament **Towson State Invitational ***Metropolitan Basketball C.C. ****NYS AIAW Division I Championships #Eastern AIAW Division II Championships

YEAR: 1981-82

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 27-9

at Dominican at William Paterson Kean Princeton* Queens* at Marist Molloy at New York Tech Mercy at Rider at Lafayette at Holy Cross at Fairfield at Iona at New Haven Wagner Long Island St. Francis (NY) at Bridgeport at Fordham C.W. Post at Manhattan Adelphi LaSalle Wagner** at C.W. Post**

69-39 W 57-59 L 88-62 W 65-43 W 88-73 W (OT) 63-48 W 64-51 W 62-43 W 82-41 W 67-63 W 63-51 W 52-57 L 62-66 L 52-49 W 63-65 L 61-53 W 61-53 W 73-52 W 72-61 W 63-64 L 47-52 L 59-57 W 64-60 W 58-56 W 62-45 W 48-46 W (OT)


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YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS at U.S. Military Academy Delaware at Wagner*** C.W. Post*** at C.W. Post**** at Navy**** Holy Cross**** Rider**** at Central State# Colorado College#

63-54 W 52-59 L 48-42 W 49-53 L 54-52 W 77-76 W 76-58 W 63-36 W 66-73 L 63-57 W

*Hofstra Tournament **Metropolitan Conference Playoffs ***NYSAIAW Division I Championships ****Eastern AIAW Division II Championships #AIAW Division II National Championship

YEAR: 1982-83

(FIRST YEAR OF DIVISION I) COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 21-8, 8-2 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

at Long Island Colgate! Southern Connecticut! Lafayette* Marist Towson State* Niagara Bridgeport at James Madison at George Washington Holy Cross at American* Drexel* Siena U.S. Military Academy at Delaware* Iona at Wagner Fordham Rider* at St. Francis (NY) at C.W. Post at Pace at LaSalle* at Lehigh* Bucknell* at Adelphi Rider# at American#

69-64 W 67-49 W 56-64 L 69-61 W 76-58 W 75-73 W 78-71 W 78-54 W 60-55 W 62-79 L 57-69 L 55-50 W 76-70 W 69-68 W 48-46 W 61-67 L (OT) 57-61 L 66-92 L 66-58 W 62-60 W 62-45 W 58-53 W 58-54 W 76-86 L 69-68 W 75-50 W 70-52 W 60-51 W 62-65 L

YEAR: 1983-84

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 18-11, 5-3 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

St. Francis (NY) Lehigh* at Fairleigh Dickinson Long Island at Iona Holy Cross! Harvard! Wagner Pace at Towson State* Drexel* at Bridgeport at Rider* at Lafayette* Delaware* American* Marist at Brooklyn Fordham at Siena$ Vermont$ at St. John’s at Queens C.W. Post at Bucknell* at Adelphi at St. Francis (NY) Lafayette# Delaware#

88-58 W 71-60 W 53-64 L 59-47 W 69-61 W 67-85 L 69-74 L 52-69 L 55-57 L 57-74 L 76-61 W 67-55 W 73-68 W 55-48 W 68-73 L 44-48 L 61-60 W (OT) 62-55 W 82-70 W 58-75 L 62-40 W 55-69 L 66-49 W 75-61 W 63-46 W 70-60 W 82-66 W 63-58 W 56-74 L

*East Coast Conference game !Providence Tournament $Siena Invitational #East Coast Conference Championship

YEAR: 1984-85

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 3-25, 1-13 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

St. John’s at C.W. Post at Montclair State! Richmond! at Long Island at Princeton Harvard Drexel* at Towson State* Lafayette* Bucknell* Queens$ Drexel$ at Wagner at Delaware* at Lehigh* Rider* Queens Towson State* Fordham at Lafayette* at Bucknell* at Rider* at Drexel* St. Francis (NY) Delaware* Lehigh* at Delaware#

40-60 L 55-61 L 68-71 L 59-81 L 63-78 L 35-58 L 55-54 W 51-55 L 51-66 L 49-66 L 69-43 W 74-69 W 64-77 L 62-68 L 58-74 L 55-75 L 69-79 L 83-91 L 59-60 L 56-82 L 58-70 L 65-70 L 49-68 L 63-69 L 58-64 L 45-76 L 57-73 L 67-88 L

!Dial Classic $Cornell University Tournament *East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

1982-83 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM

!Hofstra Tournament *East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

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YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS YEAR: 1985-86

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 12-15, 5-10 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

Long Island William & Mary at Fordham Iona Princeton at St. Francis (NY) Maine! Long Island! Bucknell! Wagner Colgate Manhattan at Delaware* Drexel* at Rider* Bucknell* Towson State* Lafayette* at Lehigh* Delaware* at Drexel* Rider* at Bucknell* at Towson State* at Lafayette* Lehigh* at Lafayette#

96-56 W 58-49 W 67-47 W 72-71 W 74-59 W 64-75 L 57-84 L 70-47 W 73-52 W 56-66 L 63-60 W 54-70 L 54-74 L 80-82 L 54-72 L 64-43 W 57-62 L 62-66 L 62-75 L 63-73 L 79-71 W 68-61 W 84-78 W 75-90 L 62-71 L 67-68 L 54-82 L

!Queens College Tournament *East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

YEAR: 1986-87

COACH: HARVEY PYSER RECORD: 9-19, 4-10 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

Cheyney State! at Harvard! at Long Island Canisius$ Long Island$ at Wagner St. John’s at Iona Duke St. Francis (NY) at Manhattan at Lehigh* Delaware* at Drexel* Rider* Bucknell* at Towson State* Fordham at Lafayette* Lehigh*

68-40 W 60-74 L 66-40 W 65-66 L 63-40 W 56-77 L 42-67 L 83-87 L 69-82 L 76-48 W 63-79 L 58-76 L 49-52 L 43-77 L 72-63 W 82-73 W 66-75 L 71-70 W 39-64 L 58-69 L

at Delaware* Drexel* at Rider* at Bucknell* Holy Cross Towson State* Lafayette* at Drexel#

47-88 L 66-78 L 54-67 L 72-66 W 77-86 L 56-50 W 42-61 L 65-70 L

LORRAINE HOFFMAN

!Harvard Tournament $Loyola Tournament *East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

YEAR: 1987-88

COACH: LORRAINE HOFFMANN RECORD: 13-15, 7-7 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

Long Island St. Francis (NY)! St. John’s! at Fordham at Brooklyn Appalachain State$ Rider$ Oregon Wake Forest at Yale Manhattan Wagner at Towson State* at Lafayette* at Holy Cross Lehigh* at Delaware* Drexel* at Rider* Bucknell* Towson State* Lafayette* at Lehigh* Delaware* at Drexel* at Rider* at Bucknell* Bucknell#

67-45 W 79-59 W 50-65 L 54-69 L 73-44 W 66-94 L 72-70 W 59-68 L 60-63 L 75-90 L 70-61 W 72-56 W 72-69 W 69-80 L 68-72 L 69-63 W 53-76 L 72-60 W 60-53 W 67-73 L 76-67 W 59-70 L 69-74 L 68-64 W 75-90 L 69-48 W 63-70 L 56-69 L

!Hofstra Invitational $VCU Tournament East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

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YEAR: 1988-89

COACH: LORRAINE HOFFMANN RECORD: 12-17, 6-8 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

at Long Island at Columbia at St. Peter’s at Wagner at Seton Hall Iona at LaSalle! Wright State! Florida! North Carolina-Charlotte$ Hartford$ at Wake Forest$ Lafayette* Bucknell* Rider* at Drexel* Lehigh* Towson State* Niagara at Delaware* at Lafayette* at Bucknell* at Rider* Drexel* at Lehigh* at Towson State* Delaware* Towson State# Lafayette#

85-67 W 65-67 L 68-108 L 78-85 L 59-84 L 78-66 W 52-81 L 76-66 W 60-73 L 65-74 L 88-82 W 75-76 L 57-58 L 80-88 L 87-49 W 81-62 W 68-60 W 66-72 L 87-81 W 66-72 L 60-68 L 95-91 W 76-63 W 76-69 W 67-73 L 72-91 L 84-87 L (OT) 83-67 W 59-76 L

!LaSalle Invitational $Tobacco Road Classic *East Coast Conference Tournament #East Coast Conference Championship


HOFS TRA BASKE TBALL

YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS YEAR: 1989-90

COACH: LORRAINE HOFFMANN RECORD: 3-25, 2-12 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

Georgetown! Niagara! Long Island Columbia Seton Hall at Wagner at Iona Duke$ Georgia State$ at Wake Forest% Western Carolina% Canisius Lafayette* at Bucknell* at Rider * Drexel* at Lehigh* Central Connecticut State* at Towson State* Delaware* Lafayette* at Bucknell* Rider* at Drexel* Lehigh* Towson State* at Delaware* Drexel#

37-82 L 49-53 L 61-53 W 66-81 L 41-50 L 46-58 L 59-67 L 48-86 L 43-77 L 51-104 L 68-84 L 56-73 L 43-49 L 61-72 L 63-90 L 46-53 L 55-80 L 56-86 L 46-63 L 52-71 L 53-66 L 48-60 L 76-73 W 64-67 L 60-84 L 76-72 W 49-80 L 64-83 L

!Mount St. Mary’s Tournament $Wagner Invitational %Demon Deacon Invitational #East Coast Conference Championship

YEAR: 1990-91

COACH: RON ROHN RECORD: 4-26, 1-11 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

at St. Mary’s! McNeese State! at Lehigh at Canisius$ Colgate$ at Army at Wagner Iona St. Francis (NY) Monmouth at Long Island at Columbia at Rider* Drexel* at UMBC* at Towson State* at George Mason at Delaware*

63-83 L 65-67 L 58-66 L 49-56 L 54-62 L 40-60 L 71-74 L 59-64 L 78-59 W 53-66 L 71-76 L 69-77 L 38-77 L 53-60 L 70-74 L 70-74 L 35-65 L 54-71 L

at Colgate at Central Connecticut State* UMBC* Rider* at Drexel* Colgate Towson State* Central Connecticut State* Delaware* UMBC# Rider# Delaware#

51-61 L 55-73 L 57-68 L 56-60 L 51-56 L 45-62 L 69-60 W 45-57 L 78-90 L 54-52 W 64-56 W 52-60 L

!St. Mary’s Tournament $Canisius Tournament *East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

YEAR: 1991-92

COACH: RON ROHN RECORD: 11-18, 5-7 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

at Yale Lehigh Long Island at Lafayette Wagner at Iona at Monmouth at St. Francis (NY) Ohio University! Stetson! at Brooklyn* Columbia at Massachusetts Army Brooklyn* at Brown Buffalo* Rider* at Central Connecticut State* at Towson State* at Buffalo* UMBC* Fordham Central Connecticut State* Towson State* at Rider* at UMBC* Brooklyn# Buffalo#

91-94 L 79-56 W 94-87 W 55-84 L 72-82 L 60-74 L 86-76 W 80-74 W 60-111 L 93-94 L 51-88 L 55-61 L 57-54 W 53- 65 L 70-58 W 53-77 L 60-72 L 69-58 W 58-45 W 61-58 W 53-72 L 43-70 L 51-69 L 74-65 W 56-68 L 52-64 L 58-68 L 82-74 W 61-70 L

YEAR: 1992-93

COACH: RON ROHN RECORD: 8-19

at Lehigh at Georgia Tech* Boston University* at Bucknell St. Francis (NY) Coppin State Lafayette Colgate Monmouth at Wagner at Columbia Massachusetts at Drexel at Fordham Central Connecticut State at Cornell at Siena Maryland-Eastern Shore at Buffalo at St. Bonaventure at Army at Monmouth at Central Connecticut State Iona Delaware State Buffalo Loyola (MD)

77-65 W 62-111 L 48-85 L 51-48 W 78-55 W 57-75 L 47-62 L 69-56 W 47-60 L 97-95 W 61-66 L 53-88 L 53-70 L 58-76 L 68-50 W 58-64 L 76-90 L 70-53 W 56-87 L 69-92 L 48-63 L 77-67 W 57-67 L 50-79 L 74-77 L 57-75 L 59-73 L

*Comfort Inn Downtown Classic

RON ROHN

!Lady Hatter Classic *East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

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YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS YEAR: 1993-94

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL RECORD: 14-13, 2-3 EAST COAST CONFERENCE

at Lafayette at Long island Tulane! Colgate! Lehigh at Monmouth at Wagner St. Francis (NY) Siena at Northeastern at Colgate Columbia Troy State* Cornell Yale Buffalo* Dartmouth at Loyola (MD) Central Connecticut State* Bucknell Fordham Drexel Army at Chicago State* at NE Illinois* Chicago State# NE Illinois#

45-73 L 50-36 W 54-90 L 72-63 W 59-54 W 67-64 W 67-60 W 68-65 W 72-76 L 30-65 L 59-57 W 68-45 W 54-56 L 66-56 W 40-67 L 58-55 W 60-63 L 45-62 L 59-71 L 55-54 W 57-54 W 55-66 L 47-69 L 61-51 W 53-92 L 72-67 W 51-96 L

!Harvard Tournament *East Coast Conference game #East Coast Conference Championship

YEAR: 1994-95

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL RECORD: 11-17, 3-12 NORTH ATLANTIC

at Cornell Appalachian State Northeastern* Drexel* at Towson State at Drexel* at Northeastern* at Wagner! Lehigh! Hartford* at Bucknell New Hampshire* Maine* at Columbia at Yale at Boston University* Vermont* at Delaware State at Hartford* at Maine* Delaware*

50-46 W 54-66 L 56-70 L 55-54 W 64-63 W 68-74 L (OT) 53-67 L 66-77 L 82-76 W 63-75 L 69-87 L 59-64 L 59-89 L 64-45 W 67-57 W 53-76 L 70-63 W 81-74 W 56-53 W 57-82 L 60-77 L

at Vermont* at Delaware* at Holy Cross at New Hampshire* at Lehigh Hartford** at Maine**

59-66 L 53-68 L 48-74 L 47-72 L 62-60 W 72-63 W 67-78 L

LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI

!Wagner Christmas Tournament *North Atlantic Conference game #North Atlantic Conference Championship

YEAR: 1995-96

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI RECORD: 4-23, 1-17 NORTH ATLANTIC

at Bucknell Monmouth Vermont* St. Peter’s! Hartford! Georgia State at Providence Columbia Lehigh Drexel* at Maine* at New Hampshire* Boston University* Northeastern* at Towson State* at Boston University* at Northeastern* Maine* New Hampshire* at Delaware* at Drexel* at Colgate Delaware* Towson State* at Hartford* at Vermont* at Boston University#

53-82 L 66-60 W 61-72 L 59-70 L 67-72 L 65-59 W 51-83 L 76-59 W 58-62 L 67-64 W 54-89 L 49-65 L 53-72 L 49-54 L 51-59 L 51-64 L 59-74 L 54-87 L 62-66 L 53-66 L 61-84 L 52-69 L 67-71 L 48-58 L 48-63 L 45-89 L 82-85 L

!ECAC Holiday Festival *North Atlantic Conference game #North Atlantic Conference Championship

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YEAR: 1996-97

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI RECORD: 12-15, 8-10 AMERICA EAST

Yale at Lehigh at Monmouth at William & Mary Maine* New Hampshire* at Columbia at Dartmouth$ Clemson$ Colgate at Vermont* at Hartford* Delaware* Northeastern* Boston University* Drexel* Towson State* at New Hampshire* at Maine* at Towson State* at Delaware* at Boston University* at Northeastern* at Drexel* Vermont* Hartford* at New Hampshire# *America East game $Dartmouth Invitational #America East Championship

66-70 L 74-71 W 61-64 L 55-74 L 61-65 L 53-84 L 74-69 W 64-59 W 59-69 L 61-41 W 58-74 L 66-70 L 58-54 W 62-41 W 61-47 W 55-54 W 55-57 L 52-76 L 51-84 L 72-81 L 59-63 L 78-63 W 66-56 W 61-48 W 75-61 W 42-58 L 62-74 L


HOFS TRA BASKE TBALL

YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS YEAR: 1997-98

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI RECORD: 12-16, 5-13 AMERICA EAST

at Yale Monmouth at UMBC$ Lafayette$ Towson* at Delaware* Columbia William & Mary Wisconsin-Milwaukee! Bucknell! at Vermont* at Hartford* Drexel* at Towson Northeastern* Boston University* New Hampshire* Maine* at Northeastern* at Boston University* at Drexel* Vermont* Hartford* at New Hampshire* at Maine* Delaware* Boston University# Vermont#

55-52 W 72-41 W 64-54 W 83-47 W 75-83 L 56-69 L 83-62 W 46-53 L 55-58 L 81-67 W 61-79 L 74-58 W 63-56 W 65-87 L 62-58 W 73-74 L 52-61 L 42-72 L 64-68 L 72-84 L 56-71 L 60-67 L 72-67 W 53-62 L 83-91 L 75-59 W 76-62 W 69-72 L

*America East game $UMBC Invitational !Wagner Holiday Classic #America East Championship

YEAR: 1998-99

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI RECORD: 9-19, 6-12 AMERICA EAST

Yale at Monmouth vs. Oakland (MI)# at Army# at Towson at Columbia at Fordham vs. Rhode Island& at Dartmouth& Hartford* Vermont* New Hampshire* Maine* at Boston University* at Northeastern* at Delaware* Drexel* Towson* at New Hampshire* at Maine*

59-66 L 64-78 L 56-72 L 53-38 W 77-69 W 52-60 L 47-67 L 59-55 W 50-75 L 51-46 W 67-77 L 54-67 L 56-58 L 58-62 L 49-62 L 50-71 L 72-81 L 57-60 L 59-64 L 57-78 L

at Hartford* at Vermont* Boston University* Northeastern* at Drexel* Delaware* vs. Hartford$ vs. Maine$

78-63 W 65-80 L 66-60 W 49-58 L 61-60 W 89-74 W 53-52 W 57-69 L

*America East game #West Point Holiday Classic &Citizens Bank Classic $America East Championship

1999-00

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI RECORD: 11-16, 5-13 AMERICA EAST

Monmouth Yale$ at Georgia Tech$ Drexel* Bucknell# at Cornell# at Yale St. Francis (NY) Fordham at Northeastern* at Boston University* Delaware* at Vermont* at Hartford* New Hampshire* Maine* Boston University* Northeastern* at Delaware* at Towson* Hartford* Vermont* at Maine* at New Hampshire* at Drexel* Towson* Drexel%

63-70 L 70-68 W 61-89 L 42-53 L 87-74 W 61-53 W 57-42 W 82-68 W 61-52 W 47-61 L 72-29 W 72-68 W 54-63 L 52-57 L 51-46 W 68-72 L (OT) 50-48 W 43-59 L 57-67 L 71-68 W 63-75 L 66-89 L 60-75 L 37-52 L 53-75 L 50-66 L 62-70 L (OT)

$Georgia Tech Holiday Tournament #Cornell Holiday Tournament *America East game %America East Championship

ANDREANA THOMAS

2000-01

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI RECORD: 8-19, 5-13 AMERICA EAST

at Monmouth vs. Robert Morris% vs. Albany% Columbia vs. Charleston Southern# at East Carolina# Drexel* Boston University* Georgia Tech at Georgetown Northeastern* at Towson* Vermont* Hartford* at New Hampshire* at Maine* at Boston University* at Northeastern* Delaware* Towson* at Hartford* at Vermont* Maine* New Hampshire* at Drexel* at Delaware* vs. Boston University&

66-71 L (OT) 62-78 L 64-48 W 64-57 W 79-51 W 50-71 L 65-94 L 62-66 L 74-77 L 63-86 L 55-64 L 68-65 W 55-81 L 65-74 L 58-49 W 64-83 L 70-57 W 84-65 W 73-83 L 69-44 W 58-70 L 57-75 L 58-64 L 64-76 L 66-84 L 62-79 L 72-82 L

%Christmas City Classic at Lehigh #Lady Pirate Classic at East Carolina *America East game &America East Championship

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YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS 2001-02

COACH: LESLIE SCHLEGEL-DANOWSKI RECORD: 9-19, 6-12 COLONIAL

vs. Pennsylvania# at Army# Monmouth at St. John’s$ vs. San Diego$ at Columbia at Northwestern^ vs. La Salle^ Wagner at Delaware* at George Mason* at James Madison* UNCW* Virginia Commonwealth* at #21 Old Dominion* at William & Mary* Towson* at Drexel* George Mason* James Madison* at Virginia Commonwealth* at UNCW* at Towson University* Drexel* #18 Old Dominion* William & Mary* Delaware* vs. William & Mary!

59-63 L 68-51 W 62-67 L 61-34 W 57-52 W 62-78 L 42-61 L 48-54 L 60-61 L 66-71 L 55-70 L 58-66 L 58-51 W 63-70 L 48-82 L 85-81 W 52-50 W 38-74 L 66-71 L (OT) 61-55 W 55-73 L 50-86 L 62-68 L 79-65 W 57-90 L 70-67 W 52-64 L 69-77 L

#Army Tip-Off Classic (West Point, NY) $SJU Thanksgiving Tournament (Jamaica, NY) ^Roger L. White Invitational (Evanston, IL) !CAA Basketball Championship (Norfolk, VA) *Colonial Athletic Association game

2002-03

COACH: FELISHA LEGETTE-JACK RECORD: 8-21, 4-14 COLONIAL

St. Francis (NY) Columbia at Fairfield# vs. Georgetown# at Stetson! vs. Morehead State! at Princeton Florida A&M at Wagner Delaware* at James Madison* Towson* at UNCW* at Virginia Commonwealth* at William & Mary* at Old Dominion* Drexel* George Mason*

88-62 W 61-64 L 89-70 W 69-72 L 71-63 W 51-77 L 71-89 L 68-72 L 61-75 L 69-80 L 78-87 L 58-42 W 47-63 L 57-74 L 53-59 L 49-81 L 61-50 W 69-56 W

FELISHA LEGETTE-JACK

at Drexel* William & Mary* Virginia Commonwealth* Old Dominion* James Madison* at Delaware* UNCW* at Towson* at George Mason* vs. William & Mary% at Old Dominion%

65-69 L 80-78 W 81-87 L (OT) 69-99 L 60-71 L 47-65 L 63-65 L 49-62 L 61-73 L 69-66 W 46-88 L

#Coca-Cola Charity Classic (Bridgeport, CT) !Stetson Hatter Classic (DeLand, FL) %CAA Basketball Championship (Norfolk, VA) *Colonial Athletic Association game

2003-04

COACH: FELISHA LEGETTE-JACK RECORD: 14-14, 11-7 COLONIAL

at #14 North Carolina Quinnipiac at Binghamton# vs. Canisius# at Columbia at Rhode Island Princeton vs. Pepperdine$ at Florida International$ Virginia Commonwealth* UNCW* at William & Mary* at Delaware* Old Dominion* at Towson*

45-92 L 65-62 W 44-64 L 74-78 L (OT) 62-76 L 66-61 W 55-49 W 50-52 L 56-80 L 75-70 W 79-68 W 76-67 W 47-78 L 74-72 W 69-51 W

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at James Madison* Drexel* at George Mason* William & Mary* Towson* at Old Dominion* Delaware* at Virginia Commonwealth* at Drexel* George Mason* James Madison* at UNCW* vs. Virginia Commonwealth%

48-37 W 70-57 W 64-92 L 87-66 W 66-61 W 62-105 L 41-67 L 73-83 L 61-56 W 56-57 L 76-57 W 61-65 L 61-72 L

#Binghamton Time Warner Classic (Vestal, NY) $FIU Sun & Fun Herald Classic (Miami, FL) *Colonial Athletic Association game %CAA Basketball Championship (Norfolk, VA)

2004-05

COACH: FELISHA LEGETTE-JACK RECORD: 13-16, 7-11 COLONIAL

vs. Quinnipiac# Colgate at Fordham at St. John’s Massachusetts at Sacred Heart Harvard vs. Loyola Marymount$ vs. Fairfield$ at UNCW* at George Mason* Towson

77-61 W 71-70 W 49-62 L 70-83 L 57-64 L 67-66 W 68-57 W 72-76 L 71-60 W L 57-67 77-64 W 67-72 L


HOFS TRA BASKE TBALL

YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS at William & Mary* at Old Dominion* James Madison* Delaware* Drexel* Virginia Commonwealth* at Towson* William & Mary* at James Madison* UNCW* at Virginia Commonwealth* at Drexel* George Mason* at Delaware* Old Dominion* vs. William & Mary& vs. Old Dominion&

78-70 W 54-79 L 55-54 W 54-70 L 59-56 W 69-75 L 72-69 W (OT) 79-63 W 71-73 L (OT) 76-78 L (OT) 60-54 W 54-63 L 59-71 L 56-62 L 65-78 L 68-52 W 68-87 L

#Arena at Harbor Yard (Bridgeport, CT) $UM Holiday Classic (Coral Gables, FL) *Colonial Athletic Association game &CAA Basketball Championship (Fairfax, VA)

2005-06

COACH: FELISHA LEGETTE-JACK RECORD: 19-12, 12-6 COLONIAL

Fordham Sacred Heart at Pepperdine! vs. Kentucky! at Massachusetts at Central Connecticut State St. John’s at #8 Connecticut at Harvard at Northeastern* at Towson* Drexel* at Old Dominion* James Madison* UNCW* at Georgia State* Old Dominion* George Mason* at William & Mary* at UNCW* Georgia State* Delaware* at Virginia Commonwealth* Northeastern* Towson* at Drexel* at Delaware* vs. Georgia State& vs. Old Dominion& Stony Brook$ at Villanova$

53-63 L 83-50 W 75-59 W 54-67 L 59-58 W 77-48 W 65-71 L 49-86 L 82-68 W 79-76 W 71-63 W 65-52 W 57-71 L 65-53 W 71-53 W 74-49 W 65-70 L 65-67 L (OT) 62-69 L 91-76 W 84-68 W 91-85 W 58-43 W 64-57 W 71-53 W 46-69 L 58-77 L 86-77 W 73-94 L 92-65 W 46-71 L

!Pepperdine Thanksgiving Classic (Malibu, CA) *Colonial Athletic Association game &CAA Championship (Fairfax, VA) $Women’s National Invitation Tournament

2006-07

KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY

COACH: KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY RECORD: 26-8, 13-5 COLONIAL

at Wichita State! at #19 Baylor! at Long Island at #17 Michigan State Rider Georgia State* Central Connecticut State at Stony Brook Yale Hartford at North Florida at Stetson at Delaware* Virginia Commonwealth* at Drexel* at Old Dominion* at Towson* Delaware* UNCW* at James Madison* at Northeastern* Old Dominion* William & Mary* at George Mason* Drexel* at Georgia State* Towson* Northeastern* at UNCW* William & Mary$ Old Dominion$ Seton Hall% at South Carolina% at Western Kentucky%

79-72 W 71-81 L 68-57 W 57-53 W 85-52 W 66-48 W 65-49 W 82-67 W 71-52 W 70-54 W 63-41 W 70-39 W 56-59 L 63-57 W 46-45 W 59-74 L 56-49 W 59-67 L 68-64 W 59-73 L 72-63 W 62-69 L 62-56 W 69-55 W 61-52 W 86-74 W 58-45 W 75-61 W 79-50 W 71-46 W 59-76 L 64-52 W 64-59 W 54-72 L

!Preseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament *Colonial Athletic Association game $CAA Championship (Newark, DE) %Postseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament

2007-08

COACH: KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY RECORD: 5-25, 3-15 COLONIAL

Iona at Rider vs. Quinnipiac# vs. Harvard# Long Island Stony Brook at Hartford at Yale Southern Methodist at Florida International$ vs. Florida State$ at Drexel*

62-59 W 54-67 L 54-51 W 56-63 L 56-61 L 48-64 L 42-73 L 67-73 L 70-77 L 56-62 L 54-72 L 30-59 L

George Mason* at Northeastern* Towson* Georgia State* at James Madison* at Virginia Commonwealth* Delaware* Drexel* at UNCW* Northeastern* at Towson* at Delaware* James Madison* Virginia Commonwealth* at William & Mary* UNCW* at #16/#13 Old Dominion* vs. Towson%

47-60 L 69-47 W 50-65 L 53-64 L 64-80 L 46-71 L 59-56 W 51-66 L 72-79 L 67-71 L (OT) 46-57 L 53-54 L 54-68 L 61-80 L 50-70 L 58-43 W 71-91 L 52-61 L

#Dead River Company Classic (Orono, ME) $FIU Sun and Fun Classic (Miami, FL) *Colonial Athletic Association game %CAA Championship (Newark, DE)

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HOFS TRA BASKE TBALL

YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS MCKENZIE KUDRON

2008-09

COACH: KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY RECORD: 16-14, 8-10 COLONIAL

at Iona at Boston College Manhattan vs. #21/#19 Arizona State@ vs. Southern Illinois@ at Buffalo Maine Rice St. Francis (NY) vs. NJIT$ at Saint Peter’s$ Northeastern* at Delaware* at Drexel* Towson* William & Mary* at Virginia Commonwealth* at Georgia State* Drexel* James Madison* Delaware* at Towson* at James Madison* at UNCW* Old Dominion* Virginia Commonwealth* at George Mason* UNCW* at Northeastern* vs. William & Mary%

57-61 L 60-71 L 81-61 W 54-80 L 71-67 W 80-73 W (OT) 60-56 W 68-58 W 70-46 W 60-43 W 64-57 W (OT) 52-57 L 62-53 W (OT) 66-71 L 57-55 W 55-45 W 58-83 L 59-49 W 50-57 L 68-71 L (OT) 58-49 W 57-55 W 68-71 L (OT) 62-72 L 66-51 W 43-55 L 71-59 W 53-58 L 51-55 L 62-63 L

*Colonial Athletic Association game @Junkanoo Jam (Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas) $Saint Peter’s College Holiday Classic (Jersey City, NJ) %CAA Championship (Harrisonburg, VA)

2009-10

COACH: KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY RECORD: 20-14, 11-7 COLONIAL

Buffalo at St. Francis (NY) Albany at #1 Connecticut! vs. Clemson! vs. Richmond! Providence Niagara at Manhattan Stony Brook at Southern Methodist at Rice at William & Mary* Towson* Georgia State*

77-60 W 88-63 W 62-49 W 46-91 L 68-69 L 41-42 L 72-68 W 70-48 W 73-65 W 67-61 W 65-66 L 71-90 L 48-55 L 58-66 L 58-49 W

Drexel* 41-51 L at UNCW* 78-69 W (OT) William & Mary* 68-51 W Delaware* 65-71 L at James Madison* 69-62 W (OT) at Old Dominion* 46-51 L at George Mason* 72-39 W UNCW* 73-58 W Virginia Commonwealth* 74-66 W at Northeastern* 52-56 L George Mason* 59-49 W at Drexel* 68-67 W (OT) at Towson * 47-41 W Northeastern* 53-37 W at Delaware* 41-59 L vs. William & Mary# 66-50 W vs. Virginia Commonwealth# 38-51 L at Penn State$ 76-68 W at Virginia Commonwealth% 65-84 L *Colonial Athletic Association game !WBCA Classic (Storrs, CT) #CAA Championship (Harrisonburg, VA) $2010 Postseason WNIT First Round (University Park, PA) %2010 Postseason WNIT Second Round (Richmond, VA)

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2010-11

COACH: KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY RECORD: 19-12, 10-8 COLONIAL

Virginia Saint Peter’s at Stony Brook at Providence Fairfield at Niagara at Seton Hall at Albany Hartford at San Diego# vs. Cincinnati# at Delaware* Towson* at Georgia State* Northeastern* UNCW* at Towson* at Drexel* at UNCW* Delaware* William & Mary* at George Mason* Drexel* at Virginia Commonwealth* at Northeastern* Old Dominion* George Mason* James Madison* at William & Mary* vs. William & Mary$ vs. Virginia Commonwealth$

66-82 L 78-55 W 84-72 W 80-76 W 89-73 W 96-69 W 76-65 W 90-60 W 65-51 W 83-85 L (OT) 63-65 L 66-71 L 66-55 W 70-84 L 77-63 W 66-70 L 81-74 W 57-69 L 42-65 L 81-68 W 79-65 W 70-76 L 66-59 W 76-85 L 80-61 W 77-79 L 77-69 W 75-73 W 91-84 W 89-67 W 76-87 L

*Colonial Athletic Association game #Maggie Dixon Surf ‘N Slam Classic (San Diego, CA) $CAA Championship (Upper Marlboro, MD)


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YE AR-BY-YE AR RES ULTS SHANTE EVANS

2011-12

COACH: KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY RECORD: 19-12, 11-7 COLONIAL

at Gonzaga at Eastern Washington St. John’s vs. Kansas State# vs. Drake# Seton Hall at Georgia State* at Hartford at Saint Peter’s Central Connecticut State% Marist% Princeton Drexel* at William & Mary* Georgia State* at Old Dominion* James Madison* Northeastern* at Delaware* at Drexel* William & Mary* Old Dominion* at Virginia Commonwealth* at George Mason* Delaware* Towson* at James Madison* UNCW* at Northeastern* vs. UNCW$ Harvard!

88-101 L 90-69 W 93-82 W 64-54 W 70-60 W 94-74 W 86-71 W 59-61 L 66-52 W 67-60 W 71-69 W 69-74 L 76-65 W 100-97 W 80-67 W 81-68 W 63-81 L 72-66 W 66-84 L 68-61 W 82-75 W 79-81 L 60-76 L 82-70 W 79-89 L 69-66 W 61-80 L 66-55 W 62-80 L 87-94 L 71-73 L

*Colonial Athletic Association game #Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) %New York Life Holiday Invitational (Hempstead, NY) $CAA Championship (Upper Marlboro, MD) !2012 Postseason WNIT First Round (Hempstead, NY)

Georgia State* at George Mason* at Drexel* Old Dominion* at James Madison* George Mason* at #25 Delaware* at UNCW* Northeastern* at Georgia State* Drexel* James Madison* at Towson* at Old Dominion* #18 Delaware* UNCW*

64-63 W 67-53 W 53-59 L 83-72 W 62-85 L 72-67 W (OT) 63-79 L 75-69 W 57-59 L 72-59 W 53-43 W 60-68 L 60-69 L 57-80 L 50-79 L 70-50 W

at Northeastern* vs. Northeastern$ vs. #15 Delaware+

81-88 L 57-52 W 54-75 L

*Colonial Athletic Association game #WBI Tip-Off Classic (Daytona Beach, FL) %New York Life Holiday Invitational (Hempstead, NY) $CAA Championship Quarterfinals (Upper Marlboro, MD) +CAA Championship Semifinals (Upper Marlboro, MD)

SYDNI EPPS

2012-13

COACH: KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY RECORD: 14-17, 9-9 COLONIAL

vs. Stetson# vs. Texas# at #20 St. John’s Saint Joseph’s at Marist Harvard at Princeton at Auburn Ole Miss% Northwestern% Norfolk State William & Mary*

77-75 W 52-72 L 47-73 L 55-71 L 70-85 L 67-70 L (OT) 54-84 L 58-68 L 72-63 W 63-54 W 82-47 W 56-53 W

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ME DIA INFORMATION

T

he Hofstra University Office of Athletic Communications (OAC) welcomes the members of the media covering Hofstra women’s basketball during the 2013-14 season. If we can be of any assistance to you throughout the year, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope the following items will help you during your visits to Hofstra University. HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY 240 Hofstra University Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-6759 - Office (516) 463-5033 - Fax (516) 463- 7725 - Press Row Phone Press Credentials: Members of the media should request credentials from the Office of Athletic Communications at least 24 hours prior to each game. These credentials will be left at the Will Call/Press window at the box office on the north side of the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. Media parking is available in the lot directly across from the entrance to the Mack Sports Complex. Brian Bohl (Women’s Basketball Contact) Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications

Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for Communications

Photo Passes: Photography credentials will be issued to certified photographers of daily newspapers, magazines and television stations. Credentials will not be granted to freelance photographers. All shooting must be done from the ends of the court. Flashes will not be permitted. Frank Morris Media Room: Members of the media can pick up their pregame and postgame information in the Frank Morris Media Room, located in the southwest end of the Mack Sports Complex. A complete NCAA box score will be distributed at halftime. Complete game statistical books will be available 15 minutes after the game.

Jim Sheehan Senior Sports Information Director

Len Skoros Director of Athletic Publications

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ME DIA INFORMATION

Radio Broadcasts: The Hofstra Office of Athletic Communications will have touch-tone digital phone lines available for the opponent’s radio stations. Visiting radio stations will need to give the Hofstra OAC two weeks notice of their intention to broadcast. There will be a $75.00 charge for visiting stations to offset the cost of installation and maintenance of the line. ISDN lines are available for rental at $300.00 per event. All calls must be made collect or directdial from the radio station to the Mack Sports Complex. Interview Policy: Hofstra coaches and players will be available after all contests. Interview requests on non-game

days should be directed through the Hofstra OAC. Interviews on game days will be limited to postgame only. Player home phone numbers will not be distributed. Telephones/Fax Machine: Telephones will be available along press row for working media. A fax machine will be available in the media room on request. Hofstra Basketball on the Web: Visit GoHofstra.com for the latest information on Hofstra University Women’s Basketball or any of the University’s 17 athletic teams.

Social Media

Hofstra Pride

Hofstra Women’s Basketball

@HofstraPride @HofstraWBB

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2013-14 ME DIA OU TLE TS WIRE SER VICES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 450 West 33rd Street New York, NY 10001 (212) 621-1630 - Office (212) 621-1639 - Fax THE SPORTS NETWORK 2200 Byberry Road - Suite 200 Hatboro, PA 19040 (800) 227-7249 - Office (800) 227-0803 - Fax ESPN DATA ESPN Plaza Building B, Third Floor Bristol, CT 06010 (860) 766-6501 - Office (860) 766-6500 - Fax STATS, INC. 8130 Lehigh Avenue Morton Grove, IL 60053 (847) 583-2100 - Office (800) 357-8525 - Fax

NE WSPAPERS NEWSDAY 235 Pinelawn Road Melville, NY 11747 (631) 843-2820 - Office (631) 454-6892 - Fax NEW YORK TIMES 620 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10018 (212) 556-4499 - Office (646) 428-6147 - Fax

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS 450 West 33rd Street New York, NY 10001 (212) 210-1692 - Office (212) 643-7845 - Fax

CBS SPORTS NETWORK 85 Tenth Avenue - 3rd Fl. New York, NY 10011 (212) 342-8700 - Office (212) 342-8899 - Fax

NEW YORK POST 1211 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036 (212) 930-8700 - Office (212) 930-8727 - Fax

WCBS-TV 2 524 West 57th Street New York, NY 10019 (212) 975-1741 - Office (212) 975-9387 - Fax

HOFSTRA CHRONICLE Hofstra University Student Center - 2nd Floor Hempstead, NY 11550 (516) 463-6965 - Office (516) 463-6977 - Fax

WNBC-TV 4 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020 (212) 664-5313 - Office (212) 664-2994 - Fax

TE LE VISION NEWS 12 LONG ISLAND One Media Crossways Woodbury, NY 11797 (516) 393-3740 - Office (516) 393-1269 - Fax MSG NY 2 Penn Plaza New York, NY 10001 (212) 465-5955 - Office (212) 465-5944 - Fax SPORTSNET NY 110 West 51st Street New York, NY 10020 (212) 485-4900 - Office (212) 485-4975 - Fax YES NETWORK The Chrysler Bldg. 405 Lexington Ave., 36th Floor New York, NY 10174 (646) 487-3600 - Office (646) 487-3612 - Fax

WNYW-TV 5 205 E. 67th Street, New York, NY 10021 (212) 452-3786 - Office (212) 452-5517 - Fax WABC-TV 7 7 Lincoln Square New York, NY 10023 (212) 456-3125 - Office (212) 456-2930 - Fax WWOR-TV 9 9 Broadcast Plaza Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 330-2245 - Office (201) 330-3844 - Fax WPIX-TV 11 220 E. 42nd Street New York, NY 10017 (212) 210-2513 - Office (212) 210-2591 - Fax NEW YORK 1 NEWS 75 Ninth Avenue New York, NY 10011 (212) 379-3311 - Office (212) 379-3575 - Fax

NEWS 12 BRONX & BROOKLYN 930 Soundview Avenue Bronx, NY 10473 (718) 861-6842 - Office (718) 328-7420 - Fax

RADIO WRHU-FM 88.7 Hofstra University Herbert School of Communication Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-5667 - Office (516) 463-5668 - Fax WCBS-AM 880 524 West 57th Street New York, NY 10018 (212) 975-2127 - Office (212) 975-5539 - Fax WINS-AM 1010 888 Seventh Avenue New York, NY 10016 (212) 397-1010 - Office (212) 489-7034 - Fax ESPN RADIO 1050 AM 2 Penn Plaza New York, NY 10121 (212) 613-3800 - Office (212) 613-3861 - Fax WFAN-AM 660 345 Hudson St., 10th Floor New York, NY 10014 (212) 314-9200 - Office

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T H E R O A D S TA R T S I N M A RY L A N D

2014 CAA BASKETBALL

CHAMPIONSHIPS MARCH 7 Game 1:

Seed 8 vs Seed 9

MARCH 8

Game 2: Game 3: Game 4: Game 5:

Seed 1 vs Game 1 Winner Seed 4 vs Seed 5 Seed 2 vs Seed 7 Seed 3 vs Seed 6

MARCH 9 Baltimore Arena #CAABaltimore

Game 6: Game 7:

Game 2 Winner vs Game 3 Winner Game 4 Winner vs Game 5 Winner

MARCH 10

Men’s Championship Game

7:00 PM NOON 2:30 PM 6:00 PM 8:30 PM 2:30 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM

Call to order tickets

(516) HOF-TIXX

MARCH 13 Game 1:

Seed 8 vs Seed 9

MARCH 14 Game 2: Game 3: Game 4: Game 5:

Seed 1 vs Game 1 Winner Seed 4 vs Seed 5 Seed 2 vs Seed 7 Seed 3 vs Seed 6

MARCH 15 Game 6: Game 7:

Game 2 Winner vs Game 3 Winner Game 4 Winner vs Game 5 Winner

MARCH 16

Women’s Championship Game

2:00 PM NOON 2:30 PM 5:00 PM 7:30 PM NOON 2:30 PM

The Show Place Arena Upper Marlboro, MD

NOON

CAASports.com • #CAAHoops • @CAABasketball

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WEST REGIONAL Seattle March 27 & 29

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2014 NCAA Division I Women's BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP First Round

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CAMP US MAP/

GE T TING TO HOFS TRA From Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia: Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 13. Cross the Goethals Bridge and continue on Route 278 to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Stay in the left lane of the Bridge and take the Belt Parkway-East. The Belt Parkway becomes the Southern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Southern State Parkway to the Meadowbrook Parkway North (Exit 22). Exit the Meadowbrook Parkway at Exit M4 (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Head west to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile). From Northwestern New Jersey, Northern Pennsylvania and the Middle States: Take Interstate 78, Interstate 80, U.S. Route 22, New Jersey Route 4 or New Jersey Route 17 to the George Washington Bridge. Proceed over the bridge to

the Cross Bronx Expressway. Take the Cross Bronx Expressway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Follow directions from the Throgs Neck Bridge from this point. From Upstate New York: Take New York Thruway over the Tappan Zee Bridge to Cross Westchester Expressway (Interstate 287). Stay on the Expressway to the New England Thruway (Interstate 95). Proceed south on the Thruway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Follow directions from the Throgs Neck Bridge from this point. From the Throgs Neck Bridge: Follow signs for Eastern Long Island. Take the Cross Island Parkway to the Grand Central Parkway-East. The Grand Central becomes the Northern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Northern State Parkway-East to the Meadowbrook Parkway-South (exit 31A). Take the Meadowbrook Parkway-South to Exit M4 West (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Follow Hempstead Turnpike West to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile). For Team Travel Via Bus: Commercial buses are not allowed on New York City (Belt, Grand Central or Cross Island) or Long Island (Southern State or Northern State) Parkways. Team buses should take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway from the south, and the Clearview Expressway from the north, to get to the Long Island Expressway for the trip to Hofstra. Once on the Long Island Expressway (I-495), buses should proceed to Glen Cove Road-South (exit 39). Head south on Glen Cove Road for approximately eight miles to Hempstead Turnpike/ Fulton Avenue and turn left (east). Hofstra University is approximately two miles east on Hempstead Turnpike. Public Transportation from Airport: If a visitor arrives at either La Guardia or Kennedy Airport, the most direct means of reaching the University is by one of three limousine companies that service both airports and the Hofstra University area. Larry’s Taxi Service (516) 483-3333; Transport Limousine Service (800) 654-1164 (out of state) (800) 832-5466 (in New York state); Winston Limousine Service (800) 4-AIRPORT. Railroads: AMTRAK services Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan, approximately 30 miles from the Hofstra campus. To get to Hofstra from Penn Station, take the Long Island Rail Road to the Hempstead station. The Hofstra University Courtesy Bus and taxi services are available there. Hofstra is approximately 1.5 miles from the station.

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PRIDE SNAPSHO TS

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Head Coach Eighth Season

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2013-2014 WOME N’S BASKE TBALL S CHE DULE NO VE MBER 8 12 15 20 23

Fri. Tue. Fri. Wed. Sat.

at Robert Morris BOSTON COLLEGE FORDHAM at Northwestern VIRGINIA TECH

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m.

DE CE MBER 2 7 10 21 30

Mon. Sat. Tue. Sat. Mon.

CONCORDIA UC-DAVIS at Saint Joseph’s at Harvard at Central Connecticut

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m.

JANUARY 1 5 9 12 17 19 23 31

Wed. Sun. Thu. Sun. Fri. Sun. Thu. Fri.

ALBANY at Delaware* TOWSON* at UNCW* CHARLESTON* JAMES MADISON* at Northeastern* UNCW*

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

FEBRUARY 2 6 9 13 16 20 23 27

Sun. Tue. Sun. Thu. Sun. Thu. Sun. Thu.

at Drexel* at Towson* WILLIAM & MARY* NJIT at Charleston* NORTHEASTERN* at James Madison* DELAWARE*

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

MARCH 2 5

Sun. DREXEL* Wed. at William & Mary*

2 p.m. 7 p.m.

 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIP  (Hosted by The Show Place Arena Upper Marlboro, Maryland) 13 Thu. Opening Round TBA 14 Fri. Quarterfinals TBA 15 Sat. Semifinals TBA 16 Sun. Championship Game TBA

*Colonial Athletic Association game • Times local to site. Dates and times subject to change. • Home games in Bold CAPS. For ticket information call 516-HOF-TIXX • GoHofstra.com


2013-14 Hofstra University Women's Basketball Guide