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2004–05 IPFW Mastodon Basketball Quick Facts

Table of Contents

Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Home Arena Capacity Affiliation Conference Chancellor Athletic Director Sports Information Director Assistant SID/WBB Contact First Year of Basketball Overall All-Time Record 2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost Head Coach Alma Mater Record at IPFW Career Record Associate Head Coach Assistant Coaches Photographers Athletics Web site

Fort Wayne, Ind. 1964 11,757 Mastodons Royal Blue & White Hilliard Gates Sports Center 2,800 NCAA Division I Independent Michael A. Wartell Mark A. Pope Rudy Yovich Christine Francies 1976–77 322-383 8-20 3/2 9/2 Bruce Patterson The American College (’81) 21-62 (3 years) 267-163 (13 years) Chris Paul Alan Buck, Niecee Nelson Elmer Denman, Brenda Jones www.ipfw.edu/athletics

Quick Facts Hilliard Gates Sports Center Team Photo Roster Breakdown Season Preview Head Coach Bruce Patterson Associate Head Coach Chris Paul Assistant Coach Alan Buck Assistant Coach Niecee Nelson Radio/Television Chart Meet the Mastodons Royal Dons Club Chancellor Michael A. Wartell Athletic Director Mark A. Pope History of Fort Wayne IPFW At A Glance Season Schedule/Results and Leaders Season Box Score Opponents Team Records — Season Highs and Game Highs All Time Records

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I N D I A N A U N I V E R S I T Y – P U R D U E U N I V E R S I T Y F O RT WAY N E

2004–05 Schedule

All home matches in caps. Note: Schedule is subject to change.

November Sat. Fri. Sun. Wed. Mon.

6 19 21 24 29

MARIAN COLLEGE (Exh) BOWLING GREEN @ Purdue @ Wright State @ Iowa State

January 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Sat. Mon. Tue. Sat. Mon. Sat.

8 10 18 22 24 29

December Thur. Mon. Sat. Sat. Tue. Thur. Thur.

2 6 11 18 21 23 30

AKRON XAVIER @ Drake BELMONT @ Butler @ IUPUI @ Northern Colorado

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

@ Utah DETROIT @ Memorial Coliseum

1 p.m. 6 p.m.

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4 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

February Sun. 6 Thur. 10 Thur. Sat. Tue. Sat.

17 19 22 26

January Sat. 1 Wed. 5

@ Longwood University @ Radford University YOUNGSTOWN STATE @ Texas-Pan American @ Texas A&M Corpus Christi SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

NORTHERN COLORADO WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE @ Memorial Coliseum LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY TEXAS A&M CORPUS-CHRISTI @ University of Illinois TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN

1 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

March Thur.-Sat.3-5

@ Independent Tournament

TBA 1


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INDIANA UNIVERSITY–PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE

Hilliard Gates Sports Center The Hilliard Gates Sports Center is home for the IPFW women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, and men’s volleyball teams. The Gates Sports Center is also the practice facility for the IPFW men’s basketball program. The 68,000+ square foot, tri-level facility is located on the northeast end of the IPFW campus and features a multipurpose gymnasium with three practice/game courts. The Gates Sports Center seats 2,700 for events. The center also houses a 1/9-mile indoor tartan rubber track, five racquetball/handball courts, a fully equipped fitness center, and newly renovated athletic locker rooms.

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2004–05 IPFW Mastodons

Front Row: (L–R) Molly Martin, Geneva Murdock, Verea Bibbs, Courtney Nicley, Jenny Green, Kelly Boyd Back Row: (L–R) Johnna Lewis-Carlisle, Ashley Johnson, Starla Williams, Michelle Manno, Hilary O’Connell, Natalie Roberts, Jessica Mast (redshirt), Lindsey Bayer, Sarah Glowacki

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2004–05 Roster Breakdown By Class

Numerical Roster No. Name 3 4 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 22 32 42 45 52

Alphabetical Roster No. Name 32 42 52 14 13 3 11 4 45 20 10 22 12 15

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

G G G G F G G C G G F C F C

5′9″ 5′9″ 5′8″ 5′6″ 6′1″ 6′0″ 5′8″ 6′2″ 5′8″ 5′8″ 5′8″ 6′0″ 6′0″ 6′5″

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

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

F C C G G G G G F G G G F C

5′8″ 6′0″ 6′5″ 5′8″ 6′0″ 5′9″ 5′6″ 5′9″ 6′0″ 5′8″ 5′8″ 5′8″ 6′1″ 6′2″

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

Ashley Johnson Michelle Manno Courtney Nicley Johnna Lewis-Carlisle Natalie Roberts Jenny Green Sarah Glowacki Starla Williams Molly Martin Hilary O’Connell Lindsey Bayer Verea Bibbs Geneva Murdock Kelly Boyd

Lindsey Bayer Verea Bibbs Kelly Boyd Sarah Glowacki Jenny Green Ashley Johnson Johnna Lewis-Carlisle Michelle Manno Geneva Murdock Molly Martin Courtney Nicley Hilary O’Connell Natalie Roberts Starla Williams

Head Coach:

Bruce Patterson 4th Season (The American College ’81)

Hometown/High School Kokomo, Ind./Kokomo Dearborn Heights, Mich./Dearborn Divine Child Lebanon, Ind./Western Boone Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay Cambridge City, Ind./Lincoln Lansing, Mich./Lansing Catholic Freeland, Mich./Freeland Lindenhurst, Ill./Antioch Terre Haute, Ind./Noblesville Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw Norfolk, Neb./Norfolk Catholic Euclid, Ohio/Euclid Fort Wayne, Ind./North Side North Judson, Ind./North Judson

Seniors (2) Verea Bibbs Courtney Nicley

Juniors (3) Kelly Boyd Jenny Green Geneva Murdock

Sophomores (5) Ashley Johnson Michelle Manno Molly Martin Hilary O’Connell Starla Williams

Freshmen (4) Lindsey Bayer Sarah Glowacki Johnna Lewis-Carlisle Natalie Roberts

Hometown/High School Norfolk, Neb./Norfolk Catholic Euclid, Ohio/Euclid North Judson, Ind./North Judson Freeland, Mich./Freeland Lansing, Mich./Lansing Catholic Kokomo, Ind./Kokomo Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay Dearborn Heights, Mich./Dearborn Divine Child Fort Wayne, Ind./North Side Terre Haute, Ind./Noblesville Lebanon, Ind./Western Boone Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw Cambridge City, Ind./Lincoln Lindenhurst, Ill./Antioch

By Height 6′5″

Kelly Boyd

6′2″

Starla Williams

6′1″

Natalie Roberts

6′0″

Verea Bibbs

State by State Jenny Green Geneva Murdock

Associate Head Coach: Chris Paul Assistant Coaches:

Alan Buck Niecee Nelson

Pronunciation Key Verea Bibbs

Ver-ee-ya

Sarah Glowacki

Glow-wack-e

Johnna Lewis-Carlisle John-a Car-lyle

Indiana (7)

Kelly Boyd, Ashley Johnson, Geneva Murdock, Molly Martin, Courtney Nicley, Hilary O’Connell, Natalie Roberts

lllinois (1)

Starla Williams

Kentucky (1)

Johnna Lewis-Carlisle

Michigan (3)

Sarah Glowacki, Jenny Green, Michelle Manno

Michelle Manno

Man-O

Nebraska (1)

Lindsey Bayer

Courtney Nicley

Nice-lee

Ohio (1)

Verea Bibbs

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5′9″

Ashley Johnson

5′8″

Lindsey Bayer Sarah Glowacki Molly Martin Courtney Nicley Hilary O’Connell

5′6″

Johnna LewisCarlisle

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Season Preview ead Coach Bruce Patterson enters this season with as much, if not more, optimism than when he came to IPFW and took over the coaching responsibilities for the 2001–02 season. “The anticipation is at that level because we feel that we have strengthened our team in many ways,” Patterson said.

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Boyd does not average many points, she is productive in her shooting. Last year she was 35 of 66 from the field. She also blocked 20 shots and is very consistent at the freethrow line. According to Patterson, “For IPFW to be successful Kelly needs to give us quality minutes. Confidence is the key factor in her success.”

One major strength is the number of players gained and the few that were lost. By losing only two players (Amy Gearlds and Maggie Bruening) to graduation and gaining four freshmen (Lindsey Bayer, Sarah Glowacki, Johnna Lewis-Carlisle, and Natalie Roberts) and three redshirts (Michelle Manno, Molly Martin, and Hilary O’Connell) from last year, the team has added more depth and ability from beyond the arc. The Dons return seven letterwinners to the squad for the 2004–05 season.

Starla Williams returns for her sophomore campaign after a successful first year. Patterson stated, “Starla is the returning player who has appeared to have made the biggest move in her summertime preparation for the season. …She is leaner, stronger, and much faster and looks ready to play.” Although Williams only averaged 8.9 minutes per game, she was 9 of 30 from the field and 9 of 15 at the line. She also recorded 43 rebounds in her limited time on the court.

The redshirt class, Manno, Martin, and O’Connell, will bring excellent outside shooting and quality ball handling to this year’s squad. The freshman guards, Bayer, LewisCarlisle, and Glowacki, will provide additional speed that will be critical this year as will the addition of fellow freshman Roberts on the inside. Returning Players: Senior center Verea Bibbs returns from a very productive junior campaign. She averaged 13.9 points and 8.4 rebounds per game last year. She recorded nine double doubles for the year as well. “Verea’s ability to run and jump make her very difficult to contain on the basketball court,” Patterson said. “She has the ability to defend and score over the top of much bigger players.” Currently, she holds a spot in three all-time records at IPFW, field-goal percentage, rebounds, and blocked shots. Junior center Kelly Boyd returns as a more aggressive and quicker player this year compared to last. Not only has her speed increased but her confidence has as well. Although 6

Senior guard Courtney Nicley returns for her final campaign as a Mastodon. Nicley averaged 11.6 points per game last year. She was 123 of 338 from the field, 24 of 64 from beyond the arc, and 55 of 77 at the line. “Courtney is a streak shooter who can manufacture shots in traffic,” Patterson stated. “We fully expect Courtney to have an All-Independent type season, and if she does, IPFW will have a great year.” During the summer months, Nicley and Green assisted in transforming the returning players into leaner, more effective basketball players through conditioning and skill development. Junior guard Jenny Green returns as the only junior captain that the current coaching staff has ever named. Her work ethic and drive were apparent over the summer during conditioning and skill development. During her sophomore campaign she posted some great numbers including 115 rebounds and 21 steals. She was 44 of 108 from the field and 38 of 64 from the line. “Jenny wants to win in the worst way and has done her best to drive the rest of the team through the summer months…she has made herself into a fine outside shooter.” 2004–2005 IPFW WOMEN’S MASTODONS BASKETBALL


Season Preview Paul, “I feel like we are deeper than we have ever been.” IPFW returns two competent players from medical redshirts in Hilary O’Connell and Michelle Manno for this season. Also, redshirt Molly Martin, who transferred from Bowling Green State University last year, is eligible to participate and expected to contribute to the team. One of the major areas of concern for the coaching staff this year is what the players begin to think about their abilities. The coaching staff knows that this team can compete at the very highest level; the players just have to convince themselves that they are good enough. Summer conditioning has proven effective, and Assistant Coach Alan Buck states, “Our conditioning from a team standpoint is as good as I have ever seen since I’ve been at IPFW. This team will really be able to get up and down the court.”

Geneva Murdock, a junior guard, returns after a year plagued with injuries. According to Patterson, “My admiration for this player is very high because of the pain she has had to go through to play. The only thing that separates Geneva from being a star is health.” Even with injuries, Murdock recorded 84 rebounds and was 57 of 160 from the field and 21 of 30 at the line. Sophomore guard Ashley Johnson returns from a productive first year. After one season, Johnson’s free-throw percentage (.762) landed her in the all-time records. She was 32 of 42 from the line as well as 32 of 89 from the field. She also recorded 33 assists and 19 steals in her freshman campaign. “Her shooting has improved significantly,” Patterson stated. “I believe that AJ feels that she has something to prove and we are anxious to watch her do just that.”

Another area of concern is the schedule itself. Early on, games against Bowling Green, Purdue, and Iowa State could attack the selfesteem of the team as a whole. Later in the season games against Illinois and Utah could also attack that confidence that the players have worked on all summer. To be successful this year, the team needs to win 50 percent of their games. One team goal for this year is to lead the nation in scoring. Coach Patterson hopes to complete this goal with the new up-tempo, aggressive style of play that they have implemented for this season. “We are going to press all over the court and run and shoot at every opportunity.” With these goals and the aggressive style of play, this should be the season that allows IPFW to show that it is a solid Division I program and can compete against anyone.

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2004–05 Coaching Staff Head Coach Bruce Patterson teady progress has been realized by the Dons since Coach Bruce Patterson arrived on the scene three seasons ago. Coach Patterson enters his fourth year as the head coach coming off an 8-20 season last year. Over the last 14 years of college coaching, Coach Patterson has amassed a career coaching record of 267 wins and 163 losses (.621%).

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In his prior coaching career at the University of Saint Francis, Coach Patterson guided his teams to seven consecutive national tournament appearances. The team reached the elite eight in his last five years. Two of his teams made the final four, and the 1999 team was the national runner-up in the NAIA National Championship Tournament. Coach Patterson believes the keys to success will rest in the recruiting. He takes pride in surrounding himself with talented people. He knows that for the women’s team to be successful he must have great assistant coaches and players. Coach Patterson grew up and has lived in Fort Wayne all of his life. He attended IPFW and played baseball on one of the school’s first intercollegiate teams. Coach Patterson enjoys all kinds of sporting activities including golf, tennis, and waterskiing. He is also an instrument-rated pilot with more than 1,000 hours of pilot-in-command time logged. Coach Patterson has been married for 35 years to his wife, Sandy. Sandy is a very talented person in her own right. She just retired from a very successful career in nursing and nursing home administration. They have two wonderful children, Trish and Emily. Both daughters graduated from the University of Saint Francis with honors and have gone on to attend law school. Trish is in her seventh year as an associate with Barrett and McNagny. Emily is in her first year as an associate with the law firm of Burt, Blee, Dixon, Sutton & Bloom. Trish has given Coach Patterson two wonderful grandchildren, Jalen and Jackson. Coach Patterson loves playing the role of grandfather to both of them.

Bruce Patterson’s Coaching Career Schools Saint Francis

W 12

L 13

PCT. .480

Year 1990–91

Saint Francis Saint Francis

13 15

12 14

.520 .517

1991–92 1992–93

Saint Francis Saint Francis

11 18

14 12

.440 .625

1993–94 1994–95

Saint Francis Saint Francis

20 29

9 8

.690 .783

1995–96 1996–97

Saint Francis Saint Francis

31 33

6 5

.838 .868

1997–98 1998–99

Saint Francis Saint Francis

32 32

2 6

.941 .842

1999–00 2000–01

4 9

23 19

.148 .321

2001–02 2002–03

8 267

20 163

.286 .621

2003–04

IPFW IPFW IPFW Totals

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2004–05 Coaching Staff Associate Head Coach Chris Paul Chris Paul enters his second season as associate head coach for the Mastodons. Paul spend the prior two seasons as first assistant coach. Before coming to IPFW, Paul spent six years as an assistant coach at the University of Saint Francis. At IPFW, he is responsible for all everyday activities, which include practice, game preparation, recruiting, and coaching defensive schemes . Paul is a 1994 graduate of the University of Saint Francis, where he was a four-year letterwinner and holds the school record for assists in a game (18) and in a season (147). He resides in Fort Wayne with his wife Trisha, and their sons Jalen (5) and Jackson (1).

Assistant Coach Alan Buck Alan Buck enters his fourth season as an assistant coach at IPFW. He coached for eight years at the University of Saint Francis. At IPFW he is in charge of the recruiting program, coordinating academics, and other coaching functions. Buck is a graduate of Lima Bath High School and has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Ohio University in Athens, where he played basketball for two years. Buck is the director of information systems at Our Sunday Visitor in Huntington, Ind. He is a member of the Fort Wayne MIS Systems Forum, and his hobbies include golf and tennis. He and his wife Nancy reside in Fort Wayne, and they enjoy movies, traveling, and finding new restaurants for dinner.

Assistant Coach Niecee Nelson This is Niecee Nelson’s first season with the Mastodons. She comes to IPFW from the University of Wyoming, where she was a graduate assistant. Nelson worked closely with the staff and team on practice and game day coaching, individual workouts, academic support, film exchange, and guard and post development. Nelson was a two-time NAIA All-American at Concordia University in Portland, Ore. She was also named to the Lutheran Brotherhood All-American Team and was a scholar-athlete. Nelson was chosen as the Cascade Conference Freshman-of-the-Year in her first year at Concordia. Nelson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 2002 and a Master of Science in kinesiology and health in 2004. She resides in Fort Wayne with her husband Steve. “The very first time I talked to Niecee I knew she was someone we had to look at,” Coach Patterson said. “She has a phone personality that will attract other young people to our school. I have hired a number of people over my career and I have never had a group of references more enthusiastic about a candidate. We look forward to having Niecee on our staff!”

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Radio/Television Chart

3

12

20

ASHLEY JOHNSON

MICHELLE MANNO

COURTNEY NICLEY

5′9″

5′9″

5′8″

Sophomore

Sophomore

Senior

Guard

Guard

Guard

Kokomo, Ind.

4

Dearborn Heights, Mich.

10

Lebanon, Ind.

JOHNNA LEWISCARLISLE 5′6″ Freshman

11

Guard Lexington, Ky.

NATALIE ROBERTS

JENNY GREEN

SARAH GLOWACKI

STARLA WILLIAMS

6′1″

6′0″

5′8″

6′2″

Freshman

Junior

Freshman

Sophomore

Forward

Guard

Guard

Center

Cambridge City, Ind.

13

Lansing, Mich.

14

Freeland, Mich.

15

Lindenhurst, Ill.

MOLLY MARTIN

HILARY O’CONNELL

LINDSEY BAYER

VEREA BIBBS

5′8″

5′8″

5′8″

6′0″

Sophomore

Sophomore

Freshman

Senior

Guard

Guard

Forward

Center

Terre Haute, Ind.

22

Warsaw, Ind.

32

Norfolk, Neb.

GENEVA MURDOCK

KELLY BOYD

DON

6′0″

6′5″

8′10″

Junior

Junior

Prehistoric

Center

Mascot

North Judson, Ind.

Steuben County, Ind.

42

Euclid, Ohio

BRUCE PATTERSON Head Coach 4th Season

Forward

45 12

Fort Wayne, Ind.

52

The American College 1981

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#10 Courtney Nicley Guard Senior 5′8″ Lebanon, Ind. Western Boone 2003–04 Season: Nicley started 26 of 28 games…She averaged 30.6 minutes per game…Nicley averaged 11.6 points and 3.5 rebounds per game…She recorded a double double against Valparaiso (2/28/04) with 22 points and 11 rebounds…Nicley finished the season going 123 of 338 (.364) from the floor and 24 of 64 (.375) from the threepoint line…From the free-throw line she was 55 of 77 (.714)…In 28 games she recorded 97 rebounds, 80 turnovers, and 64 assists.

2002–03 Season: Nicley averaged 9.4 points and 3.8 rebounds per game…She played in 23 of the 28 games and averaged 27.6 minutes per game…Nicley had a season-high 26 points against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/20/03)…She had a season-high eight rebounds against Murray State (1/7/03)…Nicley finished the season going 73 of 204 (.358) from the floor…She was 7 of 29 (.241) from the three-point line…At the free-throw line she shot 63 of 85 (.741)…In 23 games she turned the ball over 75 times, while dishing out 38 assists.

2001–02 Season: A primary starter as a freshman for the Mastodons, Nicley played in all 27 games last year. Her best game came against Cleveland State University in the Mastodons’ first appearance at the Memorial Coliseum where she had 19 points and seven rebounds. Nicley ended the season second in assists (68) and offensive rebounds (34) for the team.

Before Coming to IPFW: Nicley played four years at Western Boone in basketball, volleyball, and track and field. She was All-County, All-Conference, and All-Metro North. Nicley led her team in points, steals, rebounds, and shooting percentage her senior year. She holds the single game scoring record. Nicley finished her high school career averaging 20 ppg, 6.2 rbg, and 2.1 apg.

Personal: Born Aug. 5, 1983. Nicley is a criminal justice major. She is the daughter of Paul and Phyllis Nicley with two brothers, Wes and Caleb, and three sisters, Brooke, Brittany, and Trisha.

Coach on Nicley: “Courtney has matured as a player and a person over her three years here at IPFW. Courtney is a streak shooter who can manufacture shots in traffic. She is a consistent shooter and understands that we need her to rebound more this year. We fully expect Courtney to have an All-Independent type season, and if she does, IPFW will have a great year.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

01–02

27

92-245

.376

14-52

.269

49-72

.681

95

73

2

34

247

9.1

02–03

23

73-204

.358

7-29

.241

63-85

.741

88

38

1

22

216

9.4

03–04

28

123-338

.364

24-64

.375

55-77

.714

97

64

3

39

325

11.6

Totals

78

288-787

.366

45-145

.310

167-234 .714

280

175

6

95

788

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#42 Verea Bibbs Center Senior 6′0″ Euclid, Ohio Euclid

2003–04 Season: Bibbs started in 25 of 28 games this season averaging 26.9 minutes per game…She averaged 13.9 points and 8.4 rebounds per game…Bibbs recorded nine double doubles throughout the year…She finished the season shooting 144 of 256 (.563) from the floor…From the free-throw line she was 100 of 145 (.690)…Bibbs led in total rebounds with 235 and also recorded 37 steals and 22 blocks for the season.

2002–03 Season: Bibbs averaged 9.1 points and 6.3 rebounds per game…She started in 11 of the 28 games and averaged 21.3 minutes a game…Bibbs had a season-high 22 points against Centenary (2/5/03)…She had a season-high 15 rebounds against ArkansasLittle Rock (12/1/02)…She finished the season shooting 103 of 189 (.545) from the floor…At the free-throw line she connected on 49 of 88 (.557). Bibbs led the total rebound category for the team with 175.

2001–02 Season: Although she was academically ineligible after 10 games, Bibbs showed that she could play with the competition at the Division I level. She had a game-high of 12 points against Eastern Illinois where she led the team in rebounds. Against North Texas, Bibbs had a double-double, with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Before Coming to IPFW: Bibbs played four years of varsity basketball at Euclid, where she was one of the top female athletes. She averaged 16.6 ppg, 13.5 rbg, and 2.4 steals per game. She is very fast, strong, and coachable. Bibbs was All-Conference and named Player of the Week her senior year.

Personal: Born Dec. 25, 1982. Bibbs is a secondary education major. She is the daughter of Veree Bibbs and has two brothers, Ramondo and William.

Coach on Bibbs: “V’s ability to run and jump make her very difficult to contain on the basketball court. She has the ability to defend and score over the top of much bigger players. We expect V to have a very productive senior year.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

01–02 02–03

9

14-28

.500

0-0

.000

8-24

.33

36

1

28

103-217

.545

0-0

.000

49-88

.557

175

8

03–04

28

144-256

.563

0-0

.000

100-145 .690

235

16

22

37

388

13.9

Totals

65

261-501

.521

0-0

.000

157-257 .611

446

25

31

62

679

10.45

14

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

2

1

36

4.0

7

24

255

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#13 Jenny Green Guard Junior 6′0″ Lansing, Mich. Lansing Catholic

2003–04 Season: Green started 25 of 28 games and averaged 22.3 minutes per game…She averaged 4.5 points per game and 4.1 rebounds per game…Green made 44 of 108 (.407) from the field…She finished 38 of 64 (.594) from the free-throw line…She finished the season with 115 rebounds, 26 assists, and 56 turnovers.

2002–03 Season: Green averaged 2.2 points and 2.5 rebounds per game…She started in 7 of the 28 games and averaged 13.6 minutes per game…Green had a season-high nine points against Savannah State (11/24/02)…She had a season-high six rebounds vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (12/1/02) and Cleveland State (2/26/03)…Green finished the season 20 of 51 (.392) from the field…At the charity stripe Green struggled shooting 18-of-38 (.474)

Before Coming to IPFW: Green hails from Lansing, Mich., where she earned All-Conference Honors (three years) and All-Area Honors (two years). After her senior season, she received All-State honors and was also named MVP of her team. She is the first basketball player to have accumulated more than 350 points, assists, and rebounds at Lansing Catholic Central High School. Academically, she has made the Principal’s List for four years and was a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Born Feb. 9, 1984. Green is a psychology major. She is the daughter of John and Denise Green and has a brother, John, and a sister, Jackie.

Coach on Green: “Jenny wants to win in the worst way and has done her best to drive the rest of the team through the summer months. She is the only junior captain this staff has ever named. Jenny has made herself into a fine outside shooter. If she takes that skill to the game floor she is going to surprise a lot of teams that have tape on us from last year.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

02–03 03–04 Totals

26

20-51

.392

0-1

.000

18-38

.474

28

44-108

.407

0-0

.000

38-64

.594

54

64-159

.403

0-1

.000

56-102

.549

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REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

64

23

0

6

58

2.2

115

26

2

21

126

4.5

49

2

27

184

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#45 Geneva Murdock Guard Junior 6′0″ Fort Wayne, Ind. North Side

2003–04 Season: Murdock averaged 6 points and 3.4 rebounds per game…She started 4 of 25 games and averaged 16.9 minutes per game…From the field, Murdock was 57 of 160 (.356)…She also shot 14 of 63 (.222) from the three-point line…At the free-throw line Murdock was 21 of 30 (.700)…She recorded a total of 84 rebounds, 13 assists, and 36 turnovers for the season…Murdock also recorded six steals and three blocks.

2002–03 Season: Murdock averaged 5.3 points and 3.0 rebounds per game…She played in 12 of the 28 games and averaged 16.7 minutes a game…Murdock had a season-high 12 points against Notre Dame (12/21/02)…She had a season-high seven rebounds against Detroit Mercy (12/6/02)…She finished the season shooting 22 of 77 (.286) from the floor…Beyond the three-point arc she was shooting 9 of 35 (.257)…At the free-throw line she was 10 of 13 (.769).

Before Coming to IPFW: Murdock is a three-year varsity letterwinner from North Side High School. While at North Side, she earned First Team All-SAC her senior year and Second Team the two years before. She was a member of the Nancy Rehm All-Star Team. Murdock was also team MVP for her junior and senior seasons. Academically she was an Honor Roll student all through her high school career.

Personal: Born March 28, 1984. Murdock is a criminal justice major. She is the daughter of Linda Murdock and has a brother, Wesley, and a sister, Monique.

Coach on Murdock: “The only thing that separates Geneva from being a star is health. Geneva has been plagued her entire college career with injuries. My admiration for this player is very high because of the pain she has had to go through to play. The only thing that I know is that if she does not get through this year it will not be because she did not try.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

02–03

12

22-77

.286

9-35

.257

10-13

.769

36

2

2

6

63

5.3

03–04

25

57-160

.356

14-63

.222

21-30

.700

84

13

3

6

149

6.0

Totals

37

79-237

.333

23-98

.234

31-43

.721

120

15

5

12

212

5.7

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#52 Kelly Boyd Center Junior 6′5″ North Judson, Ind. North Judson

2003–04 Season: Boyd averaged 2.6 points and 1.6 rebounds per game…She started 3 of 28 games and averaged 11.3 minutes per game…Boyd recorded four steals and 20 blocks for the season…Boyd made 35 of 66 (.530) from the field…At the free-throw line Boyd made all three of her attempts…She recorded a total of 46 rebounds, 2 assists, and 12 turnovers for the season.

2002–03 Season: Boyd averaged 1.3 points and 1.0 rebounds per game…She played in 26 of the 28 games and averaged 6.3 minutes a game…had a season-high four points against three teams this year…She had a season-high six rebounds against Bowling Green State (12/11/02)…She shot 14 of 38 (.368) from the floor…at the charity stripe she was 4 of 6 (.667)…She led the team in total blocks with 14.

Before Coming to IPFW: Boyd is a three-year varsity basketball letterwinner. She helped her team to two regional championships and two trips to the Class 2A Final Four. She has numerous team awards, including a pair of Mental Attitude Awards and Most Improved Player. Boyd also holds the school record for blocks in the season with an impressive 131. She was named to both South Bend Tribune’s All-Area team and Post Tribune’s All Area team. Boyd has also been successful in the classroom, where she graduated with a 3.8 GPA and in the top 10 percent of her class, including an Academic Honors Diploma.

Personal: Born April 17, 1984. Boyd is a math education major. She is the daughter of the Rev. Michael and Ida Boyd and has a brother, John.

Coach on Boyd: “Kelly has worked hard on her quickness and aggressiveness over the summer. For IPFW to be successful, Kelly needs to give us quality minutes. Confidence is the key factor in her success. As she matures as a person and as a player we expect that confidence to increase.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

02–03

26

15-39

.385

0-0

.000

4-6

.667

25

3

14

0

34

1.3

03–04

28

35-66

.530

0-0

.000

3-3

1.000

46

2

20

4

73

2.6

Totals

54

50-105

.476

0-0

.000

7-9

.777

71

5

34

4

107

1.9

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#3 Ashley Johnson 2003–04 Season: Johnson started four of her 23 games averaging 18 minutes per game...She shot 32 of 89 (.360) from the field...From the three-point line Johnson made 2 of 11 (.182)...At the free-throw line she made 32 of 42 (.762)…Johnson recorded 48 rebounds, 33 assists, and 54 turnovers for the season…She also recorded 19 steals and one block.

Before Coming to IPFW: In her senior year, Johnson received a blue ring after her high school team defeated for the Perry Meridian IHSAA State Championship and also finished the season with the perfect record of 26-0. Johnson led her team in assists with an impressive 171.

Personal: Born Oct. 15, 1984. Johnson is an elementary education major. She is the daughter of Ricky and Kellie Johnson and has two sisters, Kelisha and Jordan.

Guard Sophomore 5′9″ Kokomo, Ind. Kokomo

Coach on Johnson: “AJ seems ready to increase her responsibilities with this basketball team. If she is able to stay healthy we believe that AJ can take her offense to a much higher level. Her shooting has improved significantly. I believe that AJ feels that she has something to prove and we are anxious to watch her do just that.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

03–04

23

32-89

.360

2-11

.182

32-42

.762

48

33

1

19

98

4.3

Totals

23

32-89

.360

2-11

.182

32-42

.762

48

33

1

19

98

4.3

#4 Michelle Manno 2003–04 Season: Manno received a medical redshirt for the 2003–04 season.

2002–03 Season: Manno averaged 1.8 points and 1.3 rebounds per game…She played in 16 of the 28 games and averaged 9.2 minutes per game…Manno had a season-high seven points against Bowling Green State (12/11/02)…She had a season-high five rebounds against Cleveland State (2/26/03)… Manno finished the season going 9 of 27 (.333) from the floor…From beyond the three-point arc she was 2 of 9 (.222)…At the charity stripe she shot 8 of 12 (.667)…Manno dished out 13 assists and collected four steals during the season.

Before Coming to IPFW: During her junior and senior seasons at Divine Child, she was named to the All League-All City team and the All-Metro West team. Her senior year she added All-State Honorable Mention to her achievements.

Guard Sophomore 5′9″ Dearborn Heights, Mich. Dearborn Divine Child

Personal: Born July 11, 1984. Manno is a sociology major. She is the daughter of Pat and Janice Manno and has two brothers, Chris and Anthony, and a sister, Haley.

Coach on Manno: “2003–04 was a tough season for Michelle. A severe knee injury in the first game of the year at Kentucky ended her season before it even could get started. Michelle is back and ready to go now, and we hope she can prove to be a viable scorer from the perimeter.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

02–03

16

9-27

.333

2-9

.222

8-12

.667

21

13

0

4

28

1.8

03–04

1

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

1

0

0

0

0

0

Totals

17

9-27

.333

2-9

.222

8-12

.667

22

13

0

4

28

1.65

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#15 Starla Williams 2003–04 Season: Williams started one game of her 28 games and averaged 8.9 minutes per game…She was 9 of 30 (.300) from the field…At the free-throw line Williams was 9 of 15 (.600)…Williams recorded 43 rebounds, 7 assists, and 12 turnovers for the season… Williams also had four steals and one block.

Before Coming to IPFW: Williams started off her high school career with a bang when was honored with Most Improved both her freshman and sophomore season. During her junior and senior seasons, she was named to the All-Tournament team at the McHenery Tourney. Her senior year she was selected to the All-Star team. Also nominated to the 2003 McDonalds All-American Team. Off the court, Williams was on the Honor Roll all four years.

Personal: Born Sept. 23, 1984. Williams is a fine arts education major. She is the daughter of Rich and Terese Williams and has one brother, Skylar.

Center Sophomore 6′2″ Lindenhurst, Ill. Antioch

Coach on Williams: “Starla is the returning player who has appeared to have made the biggest move in her summertime preparation for the season. Starla is leaner and stronger and much faster and looks to be ready to play. Don’t be surprised by the kind of year this sophomore has.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

03–04

28

9-30

.300

0-0

.000

9-15

Totals

28

9-30

.300

0-0

.000

9-15

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

.600

43

7

1

4

27

1.0

.600

43

7

1

4

27

1.0

#20 Molly Martin 2003–04 Season: Martin was a redshirt for the 2003–04 season as a transfer from Bowling Green State University.

While at Bowling Green: Martin played in eight games and started four…She averaged 13.8 minutes per game…She made 3 of 13 field goals (.231) and 1 of 7 from the arc (.143)…She was 6 of 8 at the free-throw line (.750)…Martin had 10 rebounds, 21 assists, and 3 steals while at Bowling Green.

Before Coming to IPFW: Martin was a three-time All-County First Team athlete along with being selected to the Indianapolis Star “Super Team” (consisting of the top eight players in the area by the coaches’ vote). Martin was selected to participate in the Adidas AllAmerican Camp (top 100 players in the nation), which took place in Pittsburgh, Pa., during her junior year. In her senior year, she was ranked 25th best point guard in the nation by Adidas All-Star Report. Martin holds the single season assist record while at Noblesville and averaged 7.6 assists per game her senior year. In the classroom, Martin was on the High Honor Roll all four years along with being chosen to the Academic-All Conference team.

Guard Sophomore 5′8″ Terre Haute, Ind. Noblesville

Personal: Born May 10, 1984. Martin is a marketing major. She is the daughter of Robert Martin and Donna Gummere and has a sister, Brandy, and two brothers, Morgan and Draik.

Coach on Martin: “Molly is a very mature player who has substantial college experience. Even though she is only a sophomore in eligibility, we believe that she can give us substantial court leadership. After transferring here from Bowling Green she is ready to get back to playing.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

03–04

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Totals

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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#22 Hilary O’Connell 2003–04 Season: O’Connell was a medical redshirt for the 2003–04 season.

2002–03 Season: O’Connell averaged 6.6 points and 2.8 rebounds per game…She started in 7 out of the 28 games and averaged 21.7 minutes a game…O’Connell had a season-high one point against Texas-Pan American (2/18/03), Centenary (2/5/03), and Arkansas-Little Rock (12/1/02)…She had a season-high seven rebounds against Centenary (2/5/03) and Bowling Green State (12/11/02)… Ended the season shooting 63 of 178 (.342) from the field…Beyond the three-point arc she shot 33 of 112 (.295)…At the freethrow line she led the team connecting on 25 of 30 (.833)… O’Connell was third on the team with 35 total steals.

Before Coming to IPFW: O’Connell comes to IPFW from Warsaw, Ind. While at Warsaw, she was named to the All-Conference team for three years and South Bend Tribune’s All-Area team. She was also named team MVP for three years. O’Connell also received the 21 Alive Player of the Week honors and participated in the Nancy Rehm All-Star Classic.

Guard Sophomore 5′8″ Warsaw, Ind. Warsaw

Personal: Born Sept. 30, 1983. O’Connell is an elementary education major. She is the daughter of Pat and Jonell O’Connell and has a brother, Nate, and a sister, Angela.

Coach on O’Connell: “Hilary has worked harder on her game then any other player. I have never been around a player who has worked harder on her game. You have to throw her out of the gym at times. Don’t be surprised if Hilary leads this team in scoring.”

Year

GP

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

AST

BS

Stl

PTS

AVG

02–03

28

63-184

.342

33-112

.295

25-30

.833

77

30

4

35

184

6.6

03–04

0

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0

0

0

0

0

0

Totals

28

63-184

.342

33-112

.295

25-30

.833

77

30

4

35

184

6.6

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#11 Johnna Lewis-Carlisle

#12 Natalie Roberts

Guard Freshman 5′6″ Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

Forward Freshman 6′1″ Cambridge City, Ind. Lincoln

Before Coming to IPFW:

Before Coming to IPFW:

While at Henry Clay High School, Lewis-Carlisle was the MVP her senior year and had the best free-throw percentage of her team. She also participated in the Ohio & Kentucky All Star game and was on the All-Lexington team and made honorable mention for the All-State team.

While at Lincoln High School, Roberts was all conference, team captain, MVP, and MIP. Roberts also was named a Top 100 Senior and MVP of the All-Star Game for seniors.

Personal: Born Dec. 7, 1985. Roberts is a general studies major. She is the daughter of Darlena Roberts and has two sisters, Amber and Odessa.

Personal: Born Feb. 9, 1986. Lewis-Carlisle is undecided in her major. She is the daughter of John Lewis Jr. and Odetta Carlisle and has two sisters, Annetta Carlisle and Whitney Lewis.

Coach on Lewis-Carlisle:

Coach on Roberts: “To be effective this year, Natalie is going to have to increase her intensity considerably. She is a player with good size and considerable shooting skills. Before Natalie leaves IPFW, she is going to be a good player.”

“Johnna is everything that we hoped for when we recruited her. She is a very quick and confident player who will get substantial time in our run-and-gun system. IPFW fans should have a great time following the career of this little point guard.”

#14 Sarah Glowacki

#32 Lindsey Bayer Forward Freshman 5′8″ Norfolk, Neb. Norfolk Catholic

Guard Freshman 5′8″ Freeland, Mich. Freeland Before Coming to IPFW:

Before Coming to IPFW:

While at Freeland High, Glowacki excelled both on and off the court. She was a member of the National Honor Society and on the Honor Roll. Glowacki was a threeyear varsity letterwinner and competed in two regional championships and led her team to the final fours her senior year. During her senior year she was MVP, Midland Daily News Dream Team, Township Times Dream Team, All Conference, and All State Honorable Mention. She also played on the Michigan Gold Jr. Olympic team in 2003.

While at Norfolk Catholic, Bayer excelled in the classroom and on the court. She was a member of the National Honor Society and on the honor roll. On the court, she was named First Team All-State, state basketball runner-ups, and All Mid-States Conference her junior and senior seasons. She was also named to the All-Area team.

Personal: Born March 28, 1986. Glowacki is undecided in her major. She is the daughter of Chris Glowacki and and Liz Svovinic and has a sister, Ashley, and three brothers, Billy, Brandon, and Ryan.

Coach on Glowacki:

Personal: Born Jan. 8, 1986. Bayer is a pre-med major. She is the daughter of Larry and Jenny Bayer and has two brothers, Matt and Jacob.

Coach on Bayer: “We have never had a player come to camp as a freshman in as good a physical shape as Lindsey. She is a excellent shooter with great speed and endurance. Lindsey has the kind of motor that every coach looks for.”

“Sarah is a very feisty player who is willing to take some chances. We believe that Sarah will fit into what we are trying to do this year. Look for Sarah to have some productive games both as a point guard and as a two guard.”

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Royal Dons Club Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne The Royal Dons Club As our teams compete throughout the United States, our designation as Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne will characterize us as the university of northeastern Indiana. The economic impact to our community and our increased sense of pride will be felt with each new competition. We invite you to be a part of the new spirit of IPFW athletics! Because IPFW athletics receive no funds from the State of Indiana, Indiana University, or Purdue University, the support of the Royal Dons Club is crucial to our success. Your generous contribution will assist worthy student-athletes in their efforts to succeed in their studies, in competition, and in life. And because 80 percent of our students remain in northeastern Indiana after graduation, you will witness first-hand the continued benefits of your economic support today!

Gift Information Tax Information: All gifts to the Royal Dons Club are considered gifts to IPFW, and are credited at full value for purposes of the donor’s giving record to the university. For Indiana taxpayers, you are eligible for a 50 percent income tax credit for gifts up to $400 on joint returns or $200 on individual returns. Matching Gifts: More than 1,000 companies participate in a matching gift program, giving you the opportunity to double or triple your contribution to the Royal Dons Club. Please check with your employer to see if your gift is eligible to be matched.

Levels of Support Scholarship Champion (SC): Executive Board (EB): Community Leaders (CL): Grand Society (GS): Coaches Club (CC): Division One (DI):

The cost of in-state scholarship for one year $5,000—Scholarship Champion $3,000—$4,999 $1,000—$2,999 $500—$999 $100—$499

Benefit:

SC

Ticket priority Tax deduction and receipt Car decal Invitations to all RDC events Membership card and all-sports pass for two Purdue University President’s Council membership Chancellor’s Society—listing on IPFW’s Donor Honor Roll Invitation to receptions for Omnibus Lecture Series Invitation to IPFW’s Applause Selected sports media guides Full-page ad in sports publication Signage at Gates Sports Center or sports fields Letterhead designation on RDC stationery Donor recognition plaque at Gates Sports Center Invitation to executive board dinners and receptions Naming rights for scholarship Designation of conditions for scholarship

EB

CL

GS

CC

DI

✓ ✓

Royal Dons Club Membership Application Name (please print):_____________________________________________________________________ Mailing Address:________________________________________________________________________ City:___________________________________________ State:______________ Zip:________________ Telephone: (Business) _____________________________ (Home)_________________________________ E-mail: _____________________________________Enclosed is my gift in the amount of $____________ Designation: ■SC ■EB ■CL ■GS ■CC ■DI or Sport: __________________________________________ I (we) would like to pay in ____________ installments of $____________ each. I (we) would like to charge my gift to ■ VISA ■ MasterCard ■ Other ________________________________ Card number:__________________________________________ Expiration Date: ___________________ Signature: ____________________________________________________________________________ Please make checks payable to I-P Foundation. Return to Royal Dons Club, 2101 E. Coliseum Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499.

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INDIANA UNIVERSITY–PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE

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CHANCELLOR MICHAEL A. WARTELL Academician and scientist Michael A. Wartell came to IPFW as vice chancellor for academic affairs and chemistry professor in 1993. On July 1, 1994, Wartell was installed as chancellor. His prior experience includes positions at Sandia Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M., Humboldt State University in Arcata, Calif., and James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va. He received a B.S. in chemistry from the University of New Mexico, and both an M.S. and Ph.D. from Yale University in physical chemistry. Wartell currently serves on the U.S. Army Science Board and has worked on such projects as chemical warfare, manpower and logistics, and decontamination. He also serves on the Defense Science Board and chairs the Defense Intelligence Agency Science and Technology Advisory Board. Wartell stays involved in the Fort Wayne community by serving on the Board of Directors of the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, Corporate Council, Leadership Fort Wayne, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR MARK POPE Mark Pope was named IPFW’s director of athletics in July 2001 as the university was transitioning from NCAA Division II to Division I. That transition was completed on Sept. 1, 2002, as IPFW earned NCAA Division I certification — on schedule and on budget. Since that initial year, Pope has set about transforming IPFW Athletics into a program worthy of the name “Division I.” Among his accomplishments are the following: ▼ The annual IPFW Soccer Showcase was reorganized, drawing 11,500 fans in 2003 and 15,000 fans in 2004 ▼ Men’s basketball attendance increased tenfold from 2000, including the highest percentage increase of all Division I institutions in 2003–2004 ▼ Women’s volleyball attendance tripled from 2002 to 2003 ▼ Men’s volleyball attendance was third nationally in 2004 ▼ Contributions to Athletics have increased by 50 percent from 2001 to 2003 ▼ The Gates Center and baseball field have undergone significant renovations ▼ Men’s and women’s golf were added as sponsored sports ▼ In cooperation with the IPFW Alumni and Student Government Associations, IPFW’s Homecoming tradition was created ▼ The IPFW Stomp Band was organized Despite these successes, Pope has always focused on the student component of the IPFW student-athlete. Last year Pope’s departmental goal of a 3.0 grade-point average was realized, as IPFW student-athletes achieved a 3.01 GPA. The IPFW softball, tennis, cross country, and track teams have earned All-Academic honors from their respective associations. IPFW Athletics graduates its student-athletes at a rate that is double that of the IPFW all-campus rate. Pope holds a B.A. from Purdue University and a J.D. from Indiana University. He has been a member of the Bar of the state of Indiana for 27 years. Pope and his wife, Julie, are the proud parents of two sons, Brent and Brad.

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History of Fort Wayne Fort Wayne began as an outpost on the western frontier more than 200 years ago. It gained its nickname, the “Summit City,” by being the highest place between the Maumee and Wabash river basins. Now with a population in excess of 200,000 people, it is the second largest city in Indiana. As such, it offers its citizenry a wide variety of things to do, see, and appreciate. For the sports minded, there are two professional sports teams based here: the United Hockey League’s Fort Wayne Komets and the Midwest League for Single A Baseball’s Fort Wayne Wizards, whose parent club is the San Diego Padres. Fort Wayne holds several places in sports history. It is the birthplace of the National Basketball Association and the home of the Daisy’s, one of five teams in the first professional women’s baseball league. Fort Wayne also has the honor of holding the first night baseball game under lights.

...with a population in excess of 200,000 people, it is the second largest city in Indiana.

Fort those who are interested in the performing arts, the Summit City offers venues such as the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Fort Wayne Ballet, the Civic Theatre, Artlink, Fort Wayne Dance Collective, and Fort Wayne Youtheatre.

Some little known trivia about Fort Wayne: the inventor of the television Philo T. Farnsworth was born here as was fashion designer Bill Blass. Fort Wayne is the home of the washing machine, baking powder, parking meters, magnetic wire, streetlights, and gas pumps.

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INDIANA UNIVERSITY–PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE

IPFW at a glance

Born separately, decades apart, and conjoined in 1964 along the banks of the St. Joseph River, Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne offers an outstanding education at a great value. As northeast Indiana’s premier public university, IPFW is committed to enhancing access to personalized, high-quality learning. The university offers more than 180 degree options for undergraduate and graduate programs, taught by distinguished professors. It’s not unusual to turn on a television documentary and see a member of IPFW’s faculty as the “resident expert” on topics ranging from dinosaurs to Middle East politics.

The university offers more than 180 degree options for undergraduate and graduate programs.

IPFW continues to grow, both in numbers of students and in facilities. The addition of more than a dozen new soccer fields across the St. Joseph River from the main campus has greatly increased athletic opportunities for students as well as for members of the community. IPFW has also opened Student Housing this year, offering a more traditional university experience to full-time students. Plans for a new music building and health education building are in the works, and fundraising efforts have already begun.

IPFW’s academic organization is made up of 10 major units, which include the schools of Business and Management Sciences; Education; Health Sciences; Arts and Sciences; Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science; and Visual and Performing Arts. It also includes the divisions of Continuing Studies, Labor Studies, Public and Environmental Affairs, and Organizational Leadership and Supervision. There are dozens of student organizations on IPFW’s campus. Groups range from departmental organizations, honorary societies, religious organizations, social Greek fraternities and sororities, and special interest groups. There are also several intramural sports groups.

IPFW receives its accreditation from the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Season Box Score RECORD:

OVERALL

HOME

(8-20)

(5-7)

(3-11)

(0-2)

(0-0)

(0-0)

(0-0)

(0-0)

NON-CONFERENCE (8-20)

(5-7)

(3-11)

(0-2)

ALL GAMES CONFERENCE

AWAY NEUTRAL

TOTAL # Player

03 Johnson, Ashley

GP-GS

Min.

Avg

FG-FGA

23-4

414

18.0

32-89

4.0

SCORE BY PERIODS IPFW Opponents DEADBALL REBOUNDS IPFW Opponents 3 PTS

Pct 3FG-FGA

.360

1st 883 1062

2nd 1065 1134

OT 7 10

Total 1955 2205

OFF 98 97

DEF 12 11

TOTAL 110 108

REBOUNDS Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct

Off

Def

Tot

Avg

PF

FO

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pt

Avg

2-11 .182

32-42

.762

16

32

48

2.1

31

0

33

54

1

19

98

4.3

0

0.0

04 Manno, Michelle

1-0

4

0-0

.000

0-0 .000

0-0

.000

0

1

1

1.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

10 Nicley, Courtney

28-26

856

30.6 123-338

.364

24-64 .375

55-77

.714

29

68

97

3.5

62

0

64

80

3

39

325 11.6

13 Green, Jenny

28-24

625

22.3

44-108

.407

0-0 .000

38-64

.594

43

72

115

4.1

83

6

26

56

2

21

126

4.5

28-1

248

8.9

9-30

.300

0-0 .000

9-15

.600

12

31

43

1.5

35

0

7

12

1

4

27

1.0

28-25

743

26.5

59-153

.386

13-39 .333

76-103

738

34

88

122

4.4

65

1

15

99

0

44

207

7.4

28-0

277

9.9

22-83

.265

7-27 .259

10-20

.500

10

16

26

0.9

42

2

18

26

2

8

61

2.2

33 Carey, Lindy

3-0

32

10.7

3-6

.500

0-0 .000

1-4

.250

2

4

6

2.0

5

0

0

1

0

0

7

2.3

42 Bibbs, Verea

28-25

754

26.9 144-256

.563

0-0 .000 100-145

.690

116

119

235

8.4

86

3

6

60

22

37

388

3.9

44 Gearlds, Amy

494 17.6

15 Williams, Starla 23 Bruening, Maggie 32 Walker, Leisha

28-28

932

33.3 166-431

.385

80-236 .339

82-97

.845

26

86

112

4.0

80

4

44

81

5

66

45 Murdock, Geneva

25-4

423

16.9

57-160

.356

14-63 .222

21-30

.700

27

57

84

3.4

41

1

13

36

3

6

49

6.0

52 Boyd, Kelly

28-3

317

11.3

35-66

.530

0-0 .000

3-3

1.000

4

32

46

1.6

41

0

2

12

20

4

73

2.6

50

58

108

3.9

0

TEAM

Total

28

5625

694-1720

.403 140-440 .318 427-600

.712

379

664

1043

37.2

571

Opponents

28

5626

803-1815

.442 148-454 .326 452-630

.717

418

710

1128

40.3

504

28

19

17

338 537

59

248 1955 69.8

462 473 107

273 2206 78.8

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Season Schedule/Results and Leaders Date

Opponent

Nov. 21 @ Kentucky Nov. 23 @ Louisville Nov. 25 BALL STATE Nov. 28 ▼ vs Arkansas-Little Rock Nov. 29 ▼ vs Stony Brook Dec. 2 @ Akron Dec. 6 @ Bowling Green Dec. 10 VALPARAISO UTAH STATE Dec. 21 Dec. 23 INDIANA STATE Dec. 31 MURRAY STATE Jan. 5 MOREHEAD STATE Jan. 7 @ Air Force Academy Jan. 9 @ Colorado State Jan. 16 @ University of Wisconsin Jan. 19 CHICAGO STATE Jan. 22 WISC-GREEN BAY @ Youngstown State Jan. 24 Jan. 26 @ Cleveland State Jan. 31 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN Feb. 4 TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI Feb. 7 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Feb. 12 @ Wisc-Milwaukee Feb. 14 @ Wisc-Green Bay Feb. 19 @ Texas-Pan American Feb. 21 @ Texas A&M Corpus Christi Feb. 23 WRIGHT STATE Feb. 28 @ Valparaiso ▼ St. Louis Tournament

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Score

High points

High rebounds

59-79 L 70-81 L 75-93 L 64-70 L 66-83 L 55-54 W 68-91 L 60-86 L 83-74 W 61-104 L 78-72 W 102-82 W 83-70 W 63-78 L 59-75 L 84-64 W 71-80 L 62-72 L 82-81 W 72-75 L 68-76 L 68-91 L 67-87 L 54-77 L 55-80 L 79-82 L OT 82-69 W 65-80 L

(15)Nicley, Courtney (24)Gearlds, Amy (20)Gearlds, Amy (19)Bibbs, Verea (13)Walker, Leisha (15)Gearlds, Amy (25)Gearlds, Amy (20)Murdock, Geneva (24)Gearlds, Amy (20)Gearlds, Amy (27)Bibbs, Verea (31)Gearlds, Amy (30)Gearlds, Amy (23)Gearlds, Amy (23)Bibbs, Verea (25)Gearlds, Amy (19)Gearlds, Amy (12)Gearlds/Bibbs (25)Gearlds, Amy (17)Bibbs, Verea (16)Bibbs, Verea (23)Gearlds, Amy (20)Gearlds, Amy (19)Nicley, Courtney (12)Bibbs, Verea (19)Nicley, Courtney (26)Gearlds, Amy (22)Nicley, Courtney

(5)Gearlds/Johnson (8)Bruening/Bibbs (5)Green, Jenny (23)Bibbs, Verea (12)Bibbs, Verea (9)Bibbs, Verea (6)Bibbs, Verea (7)Murdock, Geneva (10)Bibbs, Verea (7)Johnson, Ashley (19)Bibbs, Verea (7)Green, Jenny (10)Bibbs, Verea (7)Gearlds, Amy (8)Bibbs, Verea (10)Bibbs, Verea (10)Bibbs, Verea (7)Bruening, Maggie (5)Bibbs, Verea (11)Bibbs, Verea (10)Bibbs, Verea (8)Bibbs, Verea (6)Bibbs/Nicley (15)Bibbs, Verea (8)Bibbs, Verea (10)Gearlds, Amy (9)Green, Jenny (11)Nicley, Courtney

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2004–05 Opponents BOWLING GREEN FALCONS

PURDUE BOILERMAKERS

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

General Information Bowling Green, Ohio 20,276 Mid-American Orange & Brown Anderson Arena (5,000)

Coaching Staff

General Information

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

West Lafayette, Ind. 38,653 Big Ten Old Gold & Black Mackey Arena (14,123)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Record at BGSU Associate Head Coach Assistant Coaches

Curt Miller (Baldwin Wallace, ’90) 42-45 (3 years) Jennifer Roos Brandi Poole, Kevin Eckert

Team Statistics 21-10 3/2 11/3

Kristy Curry (Northeast Louisiana, ’88) 136-31 (5 years) Kelly Curry, Jannon Roland, Katrina Merriweather

Record at Purdue Assistant Coaches

29-4 1/4 7/4

AKRON ZIPS

Nov. 29 7 p.m. Ames, Iowa

Head Coach

Bridgett Williams (Southern Illinois-Carbondale, ’93) Record at Wright State 26-59 (3 seasons) Assistant Coaches Marlene Stollings, Nathan Bellman, Kevin Williams

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Dec. 6 7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Dec. 2 1 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

General Information

General Information

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Ames, Iowa 26,380 Big 12 Cardinal & Gold James H. Hilton Coliseum (14,092)

Coaching Staff Record at Iowa State Assistant Coaches

Team Statistics 2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

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Akron, Ohio 24,300 Mid-American Blue & Gold James A. Rhodes Arena (5,500)

Coaching Staff Bill Fennelly (William Penn College, ’79) 192-90 (9 years) Jack Easley, Latoja Harris, Jodi Steyer

Head Coach Record at Akron Assistant Coaches

Cincinnati, Ohio 6,600 Atlantic 10 Navy Blue, Gray, & White Cintas Center (10,250)

Coaching Staff Kelly Kennedy (Case Western Reserve, ’93) 9-47 (2 years) Carol Dugan, Geoff Lanier, Susan Blauser

Team Statistics 18-15 4/1 10/3

9-20 4/1 7/4

XAVIER MUSKETEERS

General Information

Head Coach

Dayton, Ohio 15,446 Horizon League Hunter Green & Gold Ervin J. Nutter Center (11,019)

Team Statistics

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

IOWA STATE CYCLONES

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Coaching Staff

Head Coach

Team Statistics

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Nov. 24 7 p.m. Dayton, Ohio

Nov. 21 2 p.m. West Lafayette, Ind.

Nov. 19 8 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

General Information

WRIGHT STATE RAIDERS

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Head Coach Record at Xavier Assistant Coaches

Kevin McGuff (St. Joseph’s College, ’92) 37-23 (2 years) Mike Bradbury, Kristin Cole, Amber Stocks

Team Statistics 7-21 5/0 11/1

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

17-13 5/0 9/4

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2004–05 Opponents DRAKE BULLDOGS

BELMONT BRUINS Dec. 18 1 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Dec. 11 1 p.m. Des Moines, Iowa

General Information Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Coaching Staff

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Nashville, Tenn. 3,662 Atlantic Sun Navy Blue, Red, & White Curb Event Center (5,000)

Amy Stephens (Nebraska, ’91) 16-15 (1 year) Dr. Micah Parker, Jon Will, Linda Lappe

Record at Drake Assistant Coaches

Team Statistics

Head Coach Record at Belmont Assistant Coaches

Tony Cross (Belmont, ’74) 433-185 (20 years) Donna Brown, Kelly Buckles, Beth Stewart Stark

16-15 3/2 4/7

IUPUI JAGUARS

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Coaching Staff Record at IUPUI Assistant Coaches

16-12 4/1 8/3

Record at Butler Assistant Coaches

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Jan. 1 1 p.m. Salt Lake City, Utah

General Information Greeley, Colo. 11,500 Independent Blue & Gold Butler-Hancock Hall (4,500)

Head Coach Record at UNC Assistant Coaches

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Salt Lake City, Utah 28,437 Mountain West Crimson & White Jon M. Huntsman Center (15,000)

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff Shann Hart (Norfolk State, ’89) First Season Andrea Gros, Chanel Spriggs, Angela Darcy

14-15 2/3 9/6

UTAH UTES

Feb. 6 1 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind. General Information

Indianapolis, Ind. 28,453 Mid-Continent Red, Gold, & Black IUPUI Gymnasium

Beth Couture (Erskine, ’84) 20-38 (2 years) Seph Hatley, Gene Hill, Tianna Kirkland

Dec. 30 7 p.m. Greeley, Colo.

Dec. 23 7 p.m. Indianapolis, Ind.

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Head Coach

NORTHERN COLORADO BEARS

General Information

Indianapolis, Ind. 4,400 Horizon League Blue & White Hinkle Fieldhouse (11,043)

Team Statistics

Team Statistics

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach

Dec. 21 7 p.m. Indianapolis, Ind.

General Information

General Information Des Moines, Iowa 5,221 Missouri Valley Blue & White Drake Knapp Center (7,002)

Head Coach

BUTLER BULLDOGS

Ron Vlasin (Northern Colorado, ’67) 42-40 (3 years) Molly Martin, Jerry Ratliff

Head Coach Record at Utah Assistant Coaches

Elaine Elliott (Boise State, ’77) 437-178 (21 years) Carolyn DeHoff, Matt Legerski, Daron Park

Team Statistics Team Statistics 2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

7-21 3/2 10/3

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

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16-11 4/1 11/5

Team Statistics 2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

24-7 2/3 7/4

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2004–05 Opponents DETROIT TITANS

LONGWOOD LANCERS Jan. 8 4 p.m. Farmville, Va.

Jan. 5 6 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Detroit, Mich. 6,000 Horizon League Red, White, & Blue Calihan Hall (8,295)

Coaching Staff

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Farmville, Va. 4,300 Independent Blue & White Willett Hall (2,522)

Mickey Barrett (Xavier, ’03) 15-14 (1 year) DaeDra Charles-Furlow, Chaka Johnson

Record at Detroit Assistant Coaches

Team Statistics

Head Coach Record at Longwood Assistant Coaches

15-14 3/2 11/4

YOUNGSTOWN STATE PENGUINS

General Information Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Youngstown, Ohio 13,101 Horizon League Red & White Beeghly Center (6,500)

17-9 3/2 8/2

Tisha Hill (Indiana, ’93) 4-24 (1 year) Alvis Rogers, Kara Wile, Stacy Krueger

Team Statistics 2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Jeri Porter (Liberty, ’91) 24-32 (2 years) Annette Alston, Corey Thomaston

Record at Radford Assistant Coaches

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

TAMUCC ISLANDERS Jan. 24 7 p.m. Corpus Christi, Texas

Feb. 26 1 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Feb. 19 1 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

General Information

General Information

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Edinburg, Texas 15,889 Independent Forest Green, Burnt Orange, & White UTPA Fieldhouse (4,500)

Head Coach Record at UT-Pan American Assistant Coaches

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

15-14 3/2 9/7

Jan. 22 7 p.m. Edinburg, Texas

Corpus Christi, Texas 8,300 Independent Blue, Green, & Silver American Bank Center (8,000)

Coaching Staff DeAnn Craft (Central Florida, ’87) 13-15 (1 year) Tracy Anderson, Jill Davis, Keelah Wilson

Team Statistics 4-24 4/1 10/4

Head Coach

UT-PAN AMERICAN LADY BRONCS

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Radford, Va. 9,219 Big South Red, White, Green, & Blue Dedmon Center (5,000)

Team Statistics

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Jan. 18 7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

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Shirley Duncan (Kentucky, ’56) 337-240 (21 years) Nikki Atkinson, Usha Gilmore

Team Statistics

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach

Record at Youngstown Assistant Coaches

General Information

General Information

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Head Coach

Jan. 10 5 p.m. Radford, Va.

Feb. 17 7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Memorial Coliseum

General Information

RADFORD HIGHLANDERS

Head Coach Record at TAMUCC Assistant Coaches

Jodi Kest (Slippery Rock, ’84) 34-21 (2 years) Geoff Grawn, Deb Roof Robert Robinson

Team Statistics 13-15 2/3 9/3

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

19-9 5/1 10/4

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2004–05 Opponents SOUTH DAKOTA STATE JACKRABBITS

WISC-MILWAUKEE PANTHERS

Jan. 29 1 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

ILLINOIS FIGHTING ILLINI

Feb. 10 6 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Feb. 22 7 p.m. Champaign-Urbana, Ill.

Memorial Coliseum

General Information

General Information

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Brookings, S.D. 10,561 Independent Yellow & Blue Frost Arena (9,000)

Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at SDSU Assistant Coach

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

General Information Milwaukee, Wis. 25,059 Horizon League Black & Gold Klotsche Center (5,000)

Coaching Staff Aaron Johnston (Gustavus Adolphus, ’96) 105-33 (4+ years) Laurie Melum

Head Coach Record at Wisc-Milwaukee Assistant Coaches

Location Enrollment Conference Colors Arena/Capacity

Champaign-Urbana, Ill. 38,253 Big Ten Orange & Blue Assembly Hall (16,500)

Coaching Staff Sandy Botham (Notre Dame, ’88) 129-96 (8 years) Joe Conroy, Jennifer Murphy

Head Coach Record at Illinois Assistant Coaches

Theresa Grentz (Immaculata, ’74) 158-116 (9 years) Marsha Frese, Chris Mennig, Stacie Terry

Team Statistics 2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

26-7 3/2 10/3

Team Statistics 2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

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Team Statistics 17-12 4/1 12/4

2003–04 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

10-18 4/2 9/5

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IPFW Team Records: Season Highs and Game Highs Points Career: Season: Game:

Season Highs 2,358 752 43

Lisa Miller (1988-92) Lisa Miller (1991-92) Lindy Jones (vs. St. Joseph’s, 1995-96)

808 243 18

Lisa Miller (1988-92) Lisa Miller (1991-92) Lindy Jones (vs. St. Joseph’s, 1995-96)

Field Goals Career: Season: Game:

Field Goals Attempted Career: Season: Game:

1,596 481 27

Lisa Miller (1988-92) Lisa Miller (1991-92) Lindy Jones (vs. Indianapolis, 1994-95)

Field-Goal Percentage Career: Season: Game:

.561 .609 .900

Amy Neuhouser (1988-90) Tearra Dudley (1999-00) Lisa Miller (vs. Kentucky State, 1991-92), 9-10

Three-Point Field Goals Career: Season: Game:

165 80 9

Teena Merrell (1986-90) Amy Gearlds (2003–04) Jamie Holderman (vs. Bellarmine, 1999-00)

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Career: Season: Game:

407 236 17

Teena Merrell (1986-90) Amy Gearlds (2003–04) Jamie Holderman (vs. UMSL 2000-01)

Three-Point Field Goals Percentage Career: Season: Game:

.405 .438 1.000

Teena Merrell (1986-90) Tina Menier (1991-92) Teena Merrell (vs. Oakland, 1989-90), 3-3 Leisha Walker (vs. Kentucky, 2003–04), 3-3

Free Throws Career: Season: Game:

741 266 20

Lisa Miller (1988-92) Lisa Miller (1991-92) Lisa Miller (vs. Wayne State, 1990-91)

Wins: Winning Percentage: Points: Field Goals: Field Goals Attempted: Field-Goal Percentage: Three-Point Field Goals: Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: Free Throws: Free Throws Attempted: Free-Throw Percentage: Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots:

23 (1995-96) .821 (1995-96) 2,431 (1989-90) 901 (1989-90) 1,851 (1989-90) .494 (1991-92) 251 (1999-00) 681 (1999-00) .430 (1989-90) 604 (1995-96) 821 (1991-92) .767 (1995-96) 1,242 (1991-92) 551 (1994-95) 315 (1990-91) 99 (1987-88)

Game Highs Points: Field Goals: Field Goals Attempted: Field-Goal Percentage: Three-Point Field Goals: Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: Free Throws: Free Throws Attempted: Free-Throw Percentage:

Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots:

117 (vs. Tri State, 1988-89) 48 (vs. S. Indiana, 1990-91) 87 (vs. Grace, 1994-95) .720 (vs. IUPUI, 1991-92) 16 (vs. Bellarmine, 1999-00) 48 (vs. Grace, 1999-00) 1.000 (vs. S. Indiana, 1994-95) 36 (vs. S. Indiana 1994-95; vs. Kentucky State, 1993-94) 52 (vs. Wayne State, 1990-91) 1.000 (vs. Ashland, 1984-85; vs. Kentucky State, 1992-93; vs. Lewis, 1999-00; vs. Wayne State, 1999-00) 89 (vs. Indianapolis, 1995-96) 31 (vs. S. Indiana, 1990-91) 31 (vs. Marian, 1982-83) 10 (vs. Tri State, 1990-91)

Free Throws Attempted Career: Season: Game:

922 336 24

Lisa Miller (1988-92) Lisa Miller (1991-92) Lisa Miller (vs. Wayne State, 1990-91)

Free-Throw Percentage Career: Season:

.817 .907

Teena Merrell (1986-87) Teena Merrell (1986-87)

937 281 23

Lisa Miller (1988-92) Pam Edwards (1991-92) Verea Bibbs (vs. UALR, 2003–04)

419 197 15

Wendy Recker (1993-96) Wendy Recker (1994-95) Wendy Recker (vs. S. Indiana, 1994-95)

219 71 8

Robin Scott (1987-91) Lindy Jones (1995-96) Lindy Jones (vs. UW-Parkside, 1995-96

130 48 7

Jamie Newhard (1992-96) Pam Edwards (1991-92) Pam Edwards (1991-92)

Rebounds Career: Season: Game:

Assists Career: Season: Game:

Steals Career: Season: Game:

Blocked Shots Career: Season: Game: 36

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IPFW All-Time Records THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Name 1. Amy Gearlds 2. Teena Merrell 3. Jamie Holderman 4. Lindy Jones 4. Kara Moore 6. Jessica Henry 7. Trish Fleming 8. Shanie Smith 9. Courtney Nicley 10. Tina Menier

POINTS Name 1. Lisa Miller 2. Lindy Jones 3. Amy Gearlds 4. Robin Scott 5. Teena Merrell 6. Rhonda Unverferth 7. Pam Edwards 8. Jamie Holderman 9. Jennie Newhard 10. Trish Fleming

Years 1988-92 1992-96 1999-04 1987-91 1986-90 1983-85 1989-92, 94 1999-01 1992-96 1999-01

Points 2,358 2,107 1,588 1,527 1,485 1,293 1,166 1,076 1,106 907

Name 1. Lisa Miller 2. Amy Gearlds 3. Lindy Jones 4. Rhonda Unverferth 5. Jamie Holderman 6. Robin Scott 7. Pam Edwards 8. Teena Merrell 9. Courtney Nicley 10. Katie Bruening

ASSISTS Years 1988-92 1999-04 1992-96 1983-85 1999-01 1987-91 1989-92, 94 1986-90 20011997-99

FT 557 287 245 243 229 200 190 171 167 163

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE Years 1988-92 1992-96 1987-91 1986-90 1999-04 1983-85 1989-92, 94 1992-96 1983-85 1999-01

FG 808 747 595 552 529 468 461 437 388 347

FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Name 1. Amy Neuhouser 2. Rhonda Unverferth 3. Verea Bibbs 4. Lisa Miller 5. Pam Edwards 6. Judy Guess 7. Kim Recker 8. Robin Scott 9. Jennie Newhard 10. Lindy Jones

3-FG 243 165 163 112 112 110 85 51 45 44

FREE THROWS

FIELD GOALS Name 1. Lisa Miller 2. Lindy Jones 3. Robin Scott 4. Teena Merrell 5. Amy Gearlds 6. Rhonda Unverferth 7. Pam Edwards 8. Jennie Newhard 9. Joan Wenning 10. Trish Fleming

Years 1999-04 1986-90 1999-01 1992-96 1998-00 1995-97 1999-01 1999-01 20011988-90, 92

Years 1988-90 1983-85 20011988-92 1989-92, 94 1988-90 1990-94 1987-91 1992-96 1992-96

Name 1. Jamie Holderman 2. Hilary O'Connell 3. Teena Merrell 4. Lisa Miller 5. Amy Neuhouser 6. Tina Menier 7. Lindy Jones 8. Bev Miller 9. Kelly Boyd 10. Ashley Johnson

Years 1999-01 20021986-90 1988-92 1988-90 1988-90, 92 1992-96 1984-87 20022003-

Name 1. Lisa Miller 2. Pam Edwards 3. Robin Scott 4. Jennie Newhard 5. Rhonda Unverferth 6. Dawn Dressler 7. Teena Merrell 8. Joan Wenning 9. Amy Gearlds 10. Verea Bibbs

Years 1993-96 1992-96 1987-91 1983-86 1988-92 1984-87 1987-91 1990-94 1986-90 1990-94

Ast 419 328 302 302 299 283 262 242 231 223

Years 1992-96 1999-04 1987-91 1988-92 1990-94 1984-87 1989-92, 94 1993-96 1986-90 1990-94

Stl 249 228 219 207 145 140 120 118 113 103

Years 1992-96 1989-92, 94 1987-91 1987-89 20021990-94 1996-00 1983-86 1988-92 2001-

BLK 130 80 52 35 34 33 33 33 32 31

STEALS PCT .836 .833 .817 .804 .792 .792 .788 .786 .777 .762

Name 1. Lindy Jones 2. Amy Gearlds 3. Robin Scott 4. Lisa Miller 5. Dawn Dressler 6. Bev Miller 7. Pam Edwards 8. Wendy Recker 9. Teena Merrell 10. Michelle Conley

BLOCKED SHOTS

REBOUNDS PCT .561 .531 .521 .506 .504 .496 .488 .487 .484 .477

Name 1. Wendy Recker 2. Lindy Jones 3. Dawn Harbaugh 3. Rita Boyle 5. Lisa Miller 6. Bev Miller 7. Robin Scott 8. Dawn Dressler 9. Teena Merrell 10. Amy Perkins

Years 1988-92 1989-92, 94 1987-91 1992-96 1983-85 1990-94 1986-90 1983-85 1999-04 2001-

Reb. 937 760 662 576 570 532 488 468 455 446

Name 1. Jennie Newhard 2. Pam Edwards 3. Robin Scott 4. Sarah Turner 5. Kelly Boyd 6. Dawn Dressler 6. Mandy Loveless 6. Clara Towbridge 9. Shelly Sands 10. Verea Bibbs

Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne proudly celebrates 40 years as your university! Beginning with a commitment to northeast Indiana, IPFW has become a premier contributor to the region’s academic, cultural, and economic development. Physically, the university has grown from a single building into a multicampus community cornerstone offering an unparalleled range of educational and cultural opportunities. IPFW’s leadership and initiative reflect a unique legacy that blends the strengths of the IU liberal arts tradition and the technical excellence of Purdue. Join us throughout 2004–2005 as we commemorate IPFW’s 40 years and look forward to a thriving future as your university in northeast Indiana!

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