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Team Information

Table of Contents......................................1 Quick Facts...............................................2 Roster and Schedule.................................2

On the Cover: (L-R) Danielle Seeley, Whitney Randolph, Sarah Stinson

Media Information

Back Cover: Former players Lara Seamon, Syretha Marble, Katie Williamson

Saints on the Web.....................................3 Media Policies..........................................4 Sports Information...................................5

Cover Designs by David Beall

Meet the Saints

Coaching Staff....................................6-11 Player Profiles...................................12-21

The University

About North Georgia..............................22 Campus Map..........................................23 Administration..................................23-24 The Peach Belt Conference.....................25

Season Review

2008-09 Team Statistics.........................26 2008-09 Statistical Leaders....................27

Record Book

Year-By-Year Results.............................28 All-Time Records...................................29 NCAA Division II Records....................30 All-Time Opponents...............................31 Letterwinners.................................32-33

Corporate Sponsors

Saints Supporters..............................28-40

History First Year All-Time Record NCAA Appearances Last Post-Season Opponent Result Most Wins in a Season

Coaching Staff 1971 (38 years) 587-405 (.591) None Franis Marion

L, 80-61 PBC 2nd Round

32 (2002)

2008-09 Team Information 2008-09 Record 2008-09 Conference Record Home Record Away Record Letterwinners Returned/Lost Starters Returned/Lost

9-20 5-15 5-8 2-11 8/4 3/2

Head Coach Record at North Georgia Career Record E-Mail Office Phone Assistant Coach Head Athletic Trainer

Buffie Burson (Montevallo ‘89) 333-144 (15 years) 333-144 (15 years) bbburson@ngcsu.edu

(706) 867-2849 Lindsey Huffman Jessica Poole

Sports Information Director Office Phone Office Fax E-Mail Mailing Address Athletics Website

David Beall (North Georgia ‘08) (706) 867-3250 (706) 867-2865 jdbeall@ngcsu.edu 82 College Circle Dahlonega, GA 30597 www.SaintsSports.com

Top Returning Players Name Whitney Randolph Meredith Montgomery Alyssa Stokes Danielle Seeley

Pos. C G G G

Ht. 5-11 5-9 5-7 5-6

Cl. Sr. Jr. So. Sr.

PPG 13.0 6.6 6.2 3.6

RPG 7.3 2.0 2.1 1.4

Credits

The 2009-10 Women’s Basketball Media Guide was produced by the North Georgia Sports Information Office, David Beall, Director. Written, compiled, and edited by: David Beall Cover Design: David Beall Layout Design: David Beall Photography by: David Beall, Bill Aiken (SkyHawk Sports), Gail Justus, and Brad Hardman. Printing: Colorwise Printing - Roswell, GA

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Quick Facts

2009-10 Saints Numerical Roster No. 04 05 10 12 13 20 21 22 24 25 33 44

Name Janyce Ealey Danielle Seeley Kari McCann Tichina Chatman Meredith Montgomery Sarah Stinson Alyssa Stokes Ieshia Alexander Whitney Randolph Jessica Howard Tiffany Marlow Ali Cline

Pos. F G G G G C G PG F C F C

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

Ht. 5-10 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-9 6-2 5-7 5-7 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0

Hometown/Last School Carrollton, GA/Carrollton HS Atlanta, GA/Cleveland State Alpharetta, GA/Chattahoochee HS Loganville, GA/Loganville HS Lawrenceville, GA/Hebron Christian HS Woodstock, GA/UT Martin Marietta, GA/Sprayberry HS Rome, GA/Coosa HS Gainesville, GA/Appalachian State Toccoa, GA/Stephens County HS Gainesville, GA/Truett-McConnell Canton, GA/Cherokee HS

Head Coach: Buffie Burson (Montevallo, 1989, 16th Season) Assistant Coach: Lindsey Huffman (1st season) Graduate Assistant Coach: Syretha Marble Graduate Assistant Coach: Emily Burkhalter

Program History Inaugural Season .............................................1971 All Time Record ........................................587-405 NCAA Appearances.......................................None Last Postseason Opponent...............Francis Marion Result.......................(L) 61-80 PBC second round Most Wins in a Season.............................32 (2002)

2009-10 Lady Saints Schedule Day Tue. Mon. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sun. Mon. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Mon. Wed. Sat. Thur. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat.

Date Nov. 3 Nov. 16 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 27

Game Bryan Reinhardt Newberry% Rollins% Kentucky Wesleyan$ Trevecca Nazarene$ Mars Hill St. Leo# Florida Southern University# Augusta State University* Columbus State University* Truett-McConnell University of Montevallo* Lander* USC Aiken* Georgia Southwestern* Clayton State University* Flagler* Armstrong Atlantic* Georgia College & State University* Columbus State University* Francis Marion* UNC Pembroke* University of Montevallo* Georgia Southwestern* Clayton State University* Georgia College & State University*

Location Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Asheville, NC Lakeland, FL Lakeland, FL Dahlonega, GA Columbus, GA Dahlonega, GA Montevallo, AL Greenwood, SC Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Morrow, GA St. Augustine, FL Savannah, GA Milledgeville, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Pembroke, NC Dahlonega, GA Americus, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA

All home matches are in bold. * - Peach Belt Conference Match % - Chick-fil-A Tip-Off Classic $ - Chick-fil-A Thanksgiving Classic # - Florida Southern Classic All times Eastern Standard Time

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University Information Location ......................................... Dahlonega, GA Founded.........................................................1873 Enrollment..................................................5,227 Nickname..................................................Saints Colors ..................................... Royal Blue & White Affiliation ................................... NCAA Division II Conference.............................................Peach Belt President.......................................Dr. David Potter Director of Athletics............................Randy Dunn Associate Director of Athletics........Lindsay Reeves Faculty Representative...............Margaret Poitevint Website............................www.SaintsSports.com

Time 6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Sports Information Director................................................David Beall Alma Mater, Yr.......................North Georgia, 2008 Office Phone.....................................706-867-3250 Cell Phone........................................404-513-9272 Office Fax.........................................706-867-2865 Email......................................jdbeall@ngcsu.edu Mailing Address.....82 College Circle; Dahlonega, GA 30597 Coaching Staff Head Coach........................................Buffie Burson Alma Mater, Yr............................Montevallo, 1989 Record at NG......................333-144 (16th Season) Careeer Record....................333-144 (16th Season) Office Phone.....................................706-867-2849 Assistant Coach...........................Lindsey Huffman Alma Mater, Yr......................North Georgia, 2006 Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record...................................9-20 Home..........................................................5-8 Away.............................................................2-11 Neutral............................................................2-1 2008-09 PBC Record (finish)..................5-15 (9th) Home..............................................................3-7 Away...............................................................2-8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................8/4 Starters Returning/Lost......................................3/2 Roster Breakdown (Sr/Jr/So/Fr)...............(2/3/2/5) Facility (Capacity)...............Memorial Hall (2,500)


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Media Outlets Print Media

The Dahlonega Nugget John Bynum, Sports Editor 1074 Morrison Moore Parkway Dahlonega, GA 30533 Phone: (706) 864-3613 Fax: (706) 864-4360 www.thedahloneganugget.com The Gainesville Times Brent Holloway, Writer 345 Green Street NW Gainesville, GA 30503 Phone: (770) 532-1234 Fax: (770) 532-0457 www.gainesvilletimes.com Access North Georgia Morgan Lee, Writer 1102 Thompson Bridge Road Gainesville, GA 30503 Phone: (770) 532-9921 Fax: (770) 532-0506 www.accessnorthga.com Dawson News & Advertiser P.O. Box 225 Dawsonville, GA 30534 Phone: (706) 265-2345 Fax: (706) 265-7842 www.dawsonadvertiser.com Atlanta Journal-Constitution 72 Marietta Street NW Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: (404) 526-5151 Fax: (404) 591-5977 www.ajc.com

Media Outlets Electronic Media WNEG-TV 32 Cody Chaffins, Sports Director 100 Boulevard Toccoa, GA 30577 Phone: (706) 886-0032 Fax: (706) 886-7033 www.wneg32.com ASSOCIATED PRESS Terry Taylor, Sports Editor Centennial Tower 101 Marietta St. NW, Suite 2450 Atlanta, GA 30303-2720 Phone: (404) 522-8971 Fax: (404) 524-4639 www.ap.org

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PeachBeltSports.tv - The Official home for North Georgia Basketball

MEDIA GUIDE - The 2009-10 North Georgia Women’s Basketball Media Guide has been specifically designed to aid members of the media covering the Saints. We appreciate your coverage and if there is anything we can do to assist you, please do not hesitate to contact the sports information office. The athletic department has certain policies and procedures that we ask for you to abide by while covering the Saints. These are for the benefit of your needs and those of the student-athletes and coaches. We ask that you please respect these requests in order to create a good working atmosphere for all parties involved.

PARKING - Game day media parking is available in a media-designated lot behind Memorial Hall. Parking credentials should be requested at the same time game-day working credentials are requested.

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE - The North Georgia sports information office is located on the bottom floor of Memorial Hall Gymnasium in Room 002. Enter through the front doors of the gymnasium and take the glass door to the bottom floor. The sports information office is the first door on your left as you exit the stairwell.

PRACTICES - Practices are generally open to the media with several guidelines that we ask you to strictly adhere to. Media members must obtain permission to video or photograph practice in advance. Media may not listen to or be in the area of any pre- or post-practice talks between coaches, players, and personnel. These comments, if overheard, are off the record. Players and coaches may not be approached during practice. Reporters may ask the sports information staff about injuries, but all interviews with training staff, coaches, and players must be done following practice. Photographers are welcome to shoot practice, but must not interfere with practice in any way and must stay on the outside of the practice courts.

PRESS CREDENTIALS - Press and photograph credentials are issued to members of the working media only. These credentials may be obtained by contacting the sports information office. Requests should be made 24 hours before the event to be guaranteed consideration. In most cases, credentials will be left at will call, but can be mailed upon request.

POSTGAME SERVICES - Play-by-play, final statistics, and a quotes sheet will be available approximately 10-15 minutes after the conclusion of the game and will be located at press row. Postgame interviews will be conducted 20 minutes after the conclusion of the contest in the media room across from the Saints locker room.

INTERVIEWS - All interviews with players and coaches must be arranged through the sports information office. Head Coach Buffie Burson is generally accessible to members of the media. The best time to reach her is from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in her office which is located in Memorial Hall. Please notify the GAME NOTES - A set of game notes regard- sports information office before stopping by to ing North Georgia basketball is generally made interview Buffie Burson. available 24 hours before each contest. A copy of these notes will be placed on the North SAINTS ON THE WEB - For up-to-date Georgia website and will be available on site stories, photos, schedules, results, and more, please visit our website at www.SaintsSports. at press row during each contest. com Working members of the media who plan to cover North Georgia women’s basketball on the road should make credential requests through the sports information office of the host institution.


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North Georgia Sports Information Staff

David Beall

Sports Information Director

Kaelin Farrington Graduate Assistant

Jessica Skeels

Student Assistant

Josh Kerzie

Student Assistant

JT Bennett

Student Assistant

Left: Head Coach Buffie Burson joins Saints Sports Talk as Mike Davenport, David Beall, and Tim Whitemire talked with Burson about preparing to play the 19th-ranked team in the country, and the stretch run before the Peach Belt Conferene Tournament. Below: Head coach Buffie Burson sits down with Rusty Brown, the voice of the Saints, for first-ever taping of “The Buffie Burson Show. Burson has 333 career victories, and sits second all-time at the NCAA Division II level with coaches with at least five years as a four-year college head coach, but fewer than five years at the Division II level.

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Buffie Burson Head Coach

16th Season Buffie Burson is in her 16th season as head coach of the North Georgia College & State Univeristy women’s basketball team in 2009-10. Throughout Burson’s career at North Georgia, her teams have won eight conference championships, and made eight national tournament appearances, including 3 Elite Eight and 2 Sweet Sixteen finishes. In the 2006-07 season, her second year in NCAA Division II, Burson recorded her 300th career coaching victory with an 82-55 victory over Claflin University on December 30. During the 2005-06 season, in her team’s first year of competition in the Peach Belt Conference/NCAA II, they finished with a 19-1 record in conference play to win the PBC regular season championship. In her 15-year tenure, Burson‘s Lady Saints have amassed an impressive overall record of 333 wins and 144 losses (.698), averaging over 22 wins per season. Burson’s teams are known for tough defense of their home court. Under her tutelage, the Lady Saints boast an impressive home record of 165 wins while losing only 29 times on their home floor over this 15-year period, including a 96-19 record posted over the last eight years. (Four losses are to the 3 time NAIA National Champions Union University) In January 2003, Coach Burson reached a milestone with her team’s 200th win. The 2006 Peach Belt Championship team helped Burson earn Peach Belt Coach of the year honors as well as the Atlanta Tip-off Club/Naismith Awards Georgia Coach of the Year. Burson is also a four time Atlanta Tip-off Club/ Naismith Awards NAIA Coach of the Year, and three-time GACC Coach of the Year. Over the years, Burson’s forte seems to lie in judging raw talent. Among her recruits are three Players of the Year, eight Freshman of the Year, numerous AllConference players and All-Academic players, nine All-Americans, and 6 Academic All-Americans. Most importantly Burson’s players perpetually boast high team over-all GPA’s. Five of her teams have been named to the WBCA Academic Honor Roll, including the 05-06 PBC Championship Lady Saints who were honored by

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Season Record 11-18 17-12 26-7 23-8 26-6 28-8 23-11 32-4

Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Total

Season Record 30-6 30-6 26-8 23-4 12-14 17-12 9-20 333-144


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the WBCA for the 14th best GPA in NCAA II with a 3.435 team average. Throughout the seasons, Burson’s teams have been characterized by their mental toughness. Buying into the belief that “Most battles are won before they are fought,” Burson developed DAWG Week, North Georgia’s answer to the Army’s Special Forces Training. Working closely with LTC Billy Shaw to implement “beast events” which simulate game-like stress situations, Burson puts her “ladies” through five days of grueling war-like basketball. She is often asked the secret in such training whereby she simply states it begins with the name itself. The initials in DAWG Week stand for Dedicated Athletes With Guts! “Their effort is a true testament to their character”, she says with pride. Burson was born in St. Louis, MO where her father enjoyed a career in professional football. After receiving AS, BS & MA degrees from Truett-McConnell College and the University of Montevallo, Burson followed his footsteps into the coaching field. She began serving as a conference rater in 1998 and worked as an NAIA Rater at the national level, as well as being a member of the NAIA All-America Selection Committee, the WBCA Kodak All-America Selection Committee and the WBCA Scholarship Selection Committee. In 2007-08 Burson served as a member of the NCAA Regional Rankings Committee and was the Peach Belt Conference Captain for the WBCA. In addition to Burson’s coaching duties, she is an assistant professor in the HPE Department. Over the summer months, she is the Director of several girls’ basketball camps along with the Team Camp of Champions, featuring some of the best high school varsity teams in the state. During the Fall, Burson’s Lady Saints host THE HAUNTED HOUSE OF HOOPS, a free basketball clinic for elementary girls and boys, as a way of “giving back” to the community for their support of the team. Although winning is exhilarating, Buffie Burson’s favorite part of coaching is the Xs & Os. However, it is the imparting of “life lessons” that remain her passion. When asked what she hopes her graduates take with them from her program, she is reminded of basketball coaching legend, John Wooden’s advice -- “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation; for your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” “If, through my example, that is the only thing they learn from me in four years,” states Burson, “I will feel that I have truly succeeded!”

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Lindsey Huffman

Assistant Coach

1st Season

Lindsey Huffman is in her first season as an assistant coach for the North Georgia College & State University women’s basketball team in 2009-10. “We are thrilled to have Lindsey rejoin our North Georgia Lady Saint’s staff and family,” head women’s basketball Buffie Burson said. “Her ability to recruit and develop players will make an immediate impact on our program. She is a great addition to our staff.” Huffman’s duties include recruiting, handling day-to-day operations of the program, and assisting Burson in on-floor coaching responsibilities. “Having played and coached at North Georgia, Lindsey understands the challenges and expectations of the program,” Burson said. During her one year playing for the Lady Saints, Huffman ran the point guard position, averaging 7.9 points and 1.5 rebounds per game as North Georgia posted a record of 19-1 in the Peach Belt Conference to claim the regular season championship. Huffman graduated from North Georgia with a degree in Physical Education and spent two years as a graduate assistant under Burson before spending the 2008-09 season as an assistant coach for the women’s basketball program at Roswell High School.

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Syretha Marble

Assistant Coach

1st Season Syretha Marble is in her first season as an assistant coach for the North Georgia College & State University women’s basketball program in 2009-10. Marble finished her playing career at the conclusion for the 2008-09 season at North Georgia. She was a four-time PBC All-Conference player during her career and was named PBC Freshman of the year in 2006 and an All-American in 2008. Marble ranks 5th in the history of the PBC with 1,881 points, and 6th in rebounds with 926. During her senior season, Marble averaged 18.4 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game to rank second and fourth respectively in the Peach Belt Conference. She scored in double digits in all but one game, and recorded a season-high 32 points against Mars Hill on November 24, and a season-high 20 rebounds at Georgia College & State University on February 4. Marble will start her Master’s degree at North Georgia while starting her coaching career in the Lady Saints’program.

Emily Burkhalter Assistant Coach

2nd Season Emily Burkhalter is in her second season as an assistant coach for the North Georgia College & State University women’s basketball program in 2009-10. Burkhalter finished her playing career at the conclusion for the 2007-08 season at North Georgia, having played two season for head coach Buffie Burson after transfering from nearby Truett-McConnell College. Burkhalter will start her Master’s degree at North Georgia while starting her coaching career in the Lady Saints’program.

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DANIELLE SEELEY

#5

Guard 5-6 | Senior Atlanta, Georgia Cleveland State

2009 (As a Junior) – Played in 26 games and started 14…played 459 minutes, averaging 17.7 minutes per game…shot 27.8 (32-115) percent from the floor… shot 20 (11-55) percent from behind the arc…had 37 rebounds, averaging 1.4 per contest…recorded 38 assists, blocked nine shots, and had 21 steals, fifth on the team…scored 93 total points, averaging 3.6…recorded a season-high 13 points against on January 31…grabbed a season-high six rebounds against Georgia Southwestern on January 28...Previous School – Played under head coach Dan Lumpkin at Cleveland State and Community College for 2 years...was on the dean’s list and named to who’s who among junior college students... High School – Played under head coach Diana Byrd at Martin Luther King Jr. High School...named MVP sophomore and junior year and best defensive player senior year...member of all-states honorable mention team in 2005...Personal – Born on June 26, 1988...daughter of Glenn and Patricia Seeley...has one brother, DeYoung... her uncle played collegiate sports for West Virginia University...majoring in education.

Seeley’s Career North Georgia Statistics

-Total- -3-Point- -Free Throws- -ReboundsYear GP/GS Min FG FGA FG% FG FGA FG% FT FTA FT% O D Reb 2009 26/14 459 32 115 .278 11 55 .200 18 29 .621 5 32 37 TOTAL 26/14 459 32 115 .278 11 55 .200 18 29 .621 5 32 37

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WHITNEY RANDOLPH

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Forward 5-11 | Senior Gainesville, Georgia Appalachian State

2009 (As a Junior) – Named Second-Team Peach Belt All-Conference...played in 29 games, starting 26…played 875 minutes, averaging 30.2 minutes per game, team second-best…shot 45.3 (135-298) percent from the floor, third-best, and 32 (16-50) percent from behind the arc, third-best…recorded third-best 75.2 (91-121) percent on free throws…grabbed secondbest 211 rebounds, averaging 7.3 per game, 72 offensive and 139 defensive…dished out 60 assists, team second-highest…recorded second-best 21 blocks and 55 steals…scored a total of 377 points, averaging 13 per contest, second-best…posted season-high 24 points against Clayton State on January 21…grabbed season-high 13 rebounds against Lander on February 2... scored in double figures 20 times during the season… recorded six double-doubles on the season...Previous School – Attended Appalachian State University and played 2 years of basketball...came off the bench in 17 games freshman year...ranked second on team in rebounds, blocks, and FG% sophomore year...recorded first double-double in college basketball sophomore year...High School – Played basketball under head coach Benji Woods at Johnson High School...became school’s all time leading scorer averaging 17 pts. and 8 rebounds a game...helped lead her team to the 7AAA regional championship and state final four in 2006... named Gainesville Times Player of the Year as a junior...earned all-area first team honors as a junior and senior...played in the 2006 North-South all-star game... Personal – Born on April 13,1988...daughter of Carla Randolph...major is undecided.

Randolph’s Career North Georgia Statistics

-Total- -3-Point- -Free Throws- -ReboundsYear GP/GS Min FG FGA FG% FG FGA FG% FT FTA FT% O D Reb 2009 29/26 875 135 298 .453 16 50 .320 91 121 .752 72 139 211 TOTAL 29/26 875 135 298 .453 16 50 .320 91 121 .752 72 139 211

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PF 84 84

Ast TO B ST Pts Avg 60 137 21 55 377 13.0 60 137 21 55 377 13.0

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MEREDITH MONTGOMERY

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Guard 5-9 | Junior Lawrenceville, Georgia Hebron Christian HS

2009 (As a Sophomore) – Played in 27 games, starting four…played 467 minutes, averaging 17.3 per game…shot 34.1 (60-176) percent from the floor and 35.6 (21-59) percent from behind the arc…recorded 26 steals, fourth best for the team…had 54 rebounds and three blocks… shot 84.4 (38-45) on free throws, second highest on the team…posted 179 total points, averaging 6.6 per contest…had a season-high 20 points against Lincoln Memorial on December 2…recorded a season-high eight rebounds against Armstrong Atlantic on January 19...2008 (As a Freshman) – Played in 21 games, starting three…played 175 minutes, averaging 8.3 per game…shot 21.0 (13-62) percent from the floor and 22.6 (7-31) percent from behind the arc…recorded four steals…had 26 rebounds…shot 76.2 (16-21) on free throws…posted 49 total points, averaging 2.3 per contest…had a season-high eight points against Armstrong Atlantic on January 21…recorded a season-high four rebounds on two different occasions against UNC Pembroke on January12, and against Georgia Southwestern on January 30...High School – Played basketball at Hebron Christian Academy for head coach Betsy Hensley for six seasons ... named Most Valuable Player during Glassock Holiday Tournament ... named Team Most Valuable Player on two different occassions ... named First Team All-State during 2005 season by the coaches in the state of Georgia ... named First Team All-State during 2005 season by the Georgia Sportswriters ... named First Team AllRegion during sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... averaged 15.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.9 steals per game during prep career ... averaged 16.3 points, 5.6 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.7 steals per game during senior season ... named GDP First Team All-County during sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... named GDP Player of the Week on five different occassions ... a Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee ... holds school records for career points (1,588), steals (308), three-point field goals made (214) and consecutive games started (105) ... holds school records for a single-season in points scored (456) and steals (97) ... helped lead team to GCAA State Championship in 2002 and 2003 ... helped lead team to GCAA Region Championship in 2002, 2003 and 2004 ... helped lead team to GHSA Region 8A Championships in 2006 and 2007 ... helped team reach GHSA Final Four in 2005 and the Elite Eight in 2007 ... also lettered in softball ... named All-Region in softball during junior season...Personal – Daughter of Kari and Mark Montgomery ... has one sibling ... both parents played collegiately in athletics ... majoring in Business Management.

Montgomery’s Career North Georgia Statistics -Total- -3-Point- Year GP/GS Min FG FGA FG% FG FGA FG% 2009 27/4 467 60 176 .341 21 59 .356 2008 9/7 223 22 60 .367 6 28 .214 TOTAL 36/11 690 82 236 .347 27 87 .310

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-Free Throws- -ReboundsFT FTA FT% O D Reb 38 45 .844 28 26 54 30 41 .732 4 23 27 68 86 .791 32 49 81

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SARAH STINSON

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Center 6-2 | Junior Woodstock, Georgia UT Martin

2009 (As a Freshman) – Played in 28 games, starting 15…played 517 minutes, averaging 18.5 per game…shot 41 (34-83) percent from the floor and 33.3 (2-6) percent from behind the arc…recorded a team-high 47 blocks… notched 128 rebounds, averaging 4.6 per game…had 91 defensive rebounds which was third-best for the team…recorded 14 steals… posted 77 total points, averaging 2.8 per contest…had a season-high eight points and 12 rebounds against Lander on February 25... Previous School – Played one season at The University of Tennessee Martin...was a member of the Skyhawks during the 2007-08 season...High School – Played for head coach Julie Crowe at Woodstock High School...named best offensive player during junior season and most valuable player during senior season... also named best offensive player and Cherokee All-County Team during senior season... Personal – Daughter of Robet and Susan Stinson...majoring in Art.

Stinson’s Career North Georgia Statistics -Total- -3-Point- -Free Throws- -ReboundsYear GP/GS Min FG FGA FG% FG FGA FG% FT FTA FT% O D Reb 2009 28/15 517 34 83 .410 2 6 .333 7 14 .500 37 91 128 TOTAL 28/15 517 34 83 .410 2 6 .333 7 14 .500 37 91 128

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PF 69 69

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KARI McCANN

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Guard 5-7 | Sophomore Alpharetta, Georgia Chattahoochee High School

2009 (As a Freshman) – Played in 19 games…played 165 minutes, averaging 8.7 per game…shot 28.6 (1656) percent from the floor and 28.9 (13-45) percent from behind the arc…recorded 13 rebounds, six assists, and four steals…scored 49 total points, averaging 2.6 per contest…posted a season-high 12 points twice against Columbus State on January 14 and Lander on February 2...High School – Attended Chattahoochee High School...As a freshman recipient of MVP award and was voted best female student athlete for the class of 2008... As a sophomore recipient of most coachable award and voted best female student athlete for class of 2008...As a junior was named captain of the varsity team, Palmer Dodge athlete of the week in John’s Creek Neighbor, Athlete of the Week in Revue and News, and recieved Georgia Representative Letter of Recognition...As a senior was named team captain of varsity team, helped the team finish in the Sweet Sixteen and win a region championship, made All-Region team, was high scorer, and was awarded the Cougar Award by coaches and players...Also was recognized in several other ways for efforts in lacrosse and volleyball...Personal – Born April 1, 1990...Daughter of Lynnette and Martin McCann... Majoring in elementary education.

McCann’s Career North Georgia Statistics

-Total- -3-Point- -Free Throws- -ReboundsYear GP/GS Min FG FGA FG% FG FGA FG% FT FTA FT% O D Reb 2009 19/0 165 16 56 .286 13 45 .289 4 4 1.000 5 8 13 TOTAL 19/0 165 16 56 .286 13 45 .289 4 4 1.000 5 8 13

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ALYSSA STOKES

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Guard 5-7 | Sophomore Marietta, Georgia Sprayberry High School

2009 (As a Freshman) – Played in 29 games, starting 19…played 625 minutes, averaging 21.6 per contest, third-best on the team…shot 34.4 (55-160) percent from the floor…made a team-high 25 shots in 84 attempts from behind the arc (29.8 percent)…grabbed fourthbest 61 rebounds averaging 2.1 per game...recorded 55 assists and 30 steals, both third-best…posted 180 total points averaging 6.2 per game…had a season-high 19 points against UNC Pembroke on February 14…recorded a season-high seven assists against West Georgia on November 29...High School – Played under head coach Mark Giles at Sprayberry High School...named MVP of Campbell Classic in junior and senior year and MVP of region in senior year, Nov/Dec Cobb Tip Off Club player of the month, MDJ athlete of the week junior and senior year, AJC January player of the week, 2nd all time scorer at highschool, and region 6A player of the year... member of 5A all-county 1st team in junior and senior year, All Tip Off Club mid-season all-metro team, 1,000 pt. club of high school junior year, 5A honorable mention all state team senior year, and Campbell all tournament team...Personal – Born on December 9,1989... daughter of Gary and Sarah Stokes...has one brother, Marcus, and one sister, Brittany...Dad played basketball at Purdue...major is undecided.

Stokes’ Career North Georgia Statistics

-Total- -3-Point- -Free Throws- -ReboundsYear GP/GS Min FG FGA FG% FG FGA FG% FT FTA FT% O D Reb 2009 29/19 625 55 160 .344 25 84 .298 45 65 .692 22 39 61 TOTAL 29/19 625 55 160 .344 25 84 .298 45 65 .692 22 39 61

Avg 2.1 2.1

PF 58 58

Ast TO 55 107 55 107

B ST Pts Avg 5 30 180 6.2 5 30 180 6.2

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JANYCE EALEY

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Forward 5-10 | Freshman Carrollton, Georgia Carrollton High School

High School – Played for head coach Shon Thomaston at Carrollton High School...named First-Team All-Region, First-Team AllState, and First-Team All-Area during senior season...earned Most Valuable Offensive Player award, Most improved, and holds the school record for most points in a game...named team’s Most Valuable Player...led Carrollton High School the program’s first-ever state championship in 2009 with a record of 32-2...averaged 17.0 points per game and 7.0 rebounds per game during senior season and was named Atlanta Journal Constitution and GSWA First-Team All-State...Personal – Born on October 23, 1990...daughter of Maurice and Cheryl Henry...majoring in Political Science.

TICHINA CHATMAN

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Guard 5-6 | Freshman Loganville, Georgia Loganville High School

High School – Attended Loganville High School...played for head coach Robert Donaldson...named to the All-County Team, AllTournament Team at the “Sweet South Classic”...Named Defensive Players of the Year and earned All-Region Team honors...Personal – Born August 13, 1990...Daughter of Curley and Cherry Barker Chatman...Majoring in Criminal Justice.

IESHIA ALEXANDER

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Guard 5-7 | Freshman Rome, Georgia Coosa High School

High School – Played at Coosa High School…averaged 16.5 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game her senior season…member of the 1,000 point club…named team MVP and player-of-the-year 2008-2009…member of the Atlanta Tip-Off Club girls team of the year...Personal – Born December 21, 1990 in Rome, GA…daughter of Mary and Joseph Alexander…majoring in Physical Therapy.

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JESSICA HOWARD

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Center 6-0 | Freshman Toccoa, Georgia Stephens County HS

High School – Played under head coach Jerry Brown at Stephens County High School…shot 44 percent from the floor and recorded 192 points and 158 rebounds last season...Personal – Born November 24, 1990 in Toccoa, GA…daughter of Sheryl and Calvin Howard…majoring in Biology.

TIFFANY MARLOW

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Forward 6-0 | Junior Gainesville, Georgia Truett-McConnell College

Previous School – Played one season at Truett-McConnell College...named to the All-Region Second-Team in 2008-09...High School – Played under head coach Web Daniel at Chestatee High School…winner of the most improved award in 2004-05…named most outstanding player in 2006-07...Personal – Born April 7, 1989 in Gainesville, Ga…Daughter of Rena Marlow…majoring in Business Administration.

ALI CLINE

#44

Center 6-0 | Freshman Canton, Georgia Cherokee High School

2009 (Redshirted) – Was redshirted due to injury...played in five games…played 43 minutes, averaging 8.6 minutes per contest…shot 66.7 (6-9) percent from the floor…recorded 13 rebounds and two steals…scored 16 total points, averaging 3.2 per game…had season-high seven points against Francis Marion on December 15…grabbed season-high four rebounds twice against Lincoln Memorial on December 2 and Carson-Newman on December 17...High School – Attended Cherokee High School...Member of All-County and All-Region teams...Personal – Born July 13,1990...Daughter of Tracy and Mike Cline...Majoring in education. SaintsSports.com

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LADY SAINTS BASKETBALL North Georgia College & State University is a coeducational state university emphasizing strong liberal arts, as well as pre-professional, professional, and graduate programs. Serving as a liberal arts university for all of its students and as a military college for its Corps of Cadets, the university is distinct in many ways. As the only four-year public institution in northeast Georgia, NGCSU offers a quality college experience in a beautiful mountain setting, about an hour north of Atlanta. Specializing in leadership training and producing leaders since 1873, the university has been designated by the state as The Leadership Institution of Georgia . For more than 130 years , North Georgia College & State University has been helping students discover remarkable things about themselves and the world. Our graduates gain a solid foundation on which to build their lives --not only a quality education, but cherished memories of great experiences, lifelong friends and good times. The administration, faculty, and staff at North Georgia are dedicated to the education and traditional values which enable students to excel in whatever field they pursue. Classes are small and attention is personalized. Faculty, not graduate teaching assistants, do all of the teaching at North Georgia. Located in Dahlonega, Georgia, a small historic town in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, the university offers more than 50 majors to prepare students for nearly any career. With more than 4,000 students, North Georgia College & State University is large enough to provide

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a wide array of opportunities and activities, but small enough to allow personal attention from professors and to foster friendships among students. Nestled in the mountains, the gold-rush town of Dahlonega has kept its historic charm and spirit. In this town of fewer than 4,000, students easily walk to nearby restaurants, shops, banks and churches. The campus is safe, clean, and friendly, with the excitement and entertainment of metro Atlanta only a 90-minute drive away. Surrounded by the Chattahoochee National Forest, North Georgia College & State University is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream, with endless places for hiking, mountain climbing, hunting, fishing, birdwatching, whitewater rafting, canoeing and camping. This area of North Georgia draws many visitors who enjoy its lush forests, stunning waterfalls and abundant wildlife.


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David Potter became the 16th President of North Georgia College & State University on January 3, 2005. Before coming to North Georgia, Potter served as the chief executive officer for the Board of Trustees overseeing the eight public universities in Mississippi since 2003. Prior to his position with the state commission, Potter served as President of Delta State University in Cleveland, Miss., from 1999 until 2003. Delta State is a public, regional university of 4,000 students, with programs ranging from baccalaureate through doctoral degrees and an annual budget of $40 million. Potter also has held administrative and teaching posts at Syracuse University, in Syracuse, N.Y.; Denison University, in Granville, Ohio; and Skillman University, in Damaged, Phillipines. Potter currently serves as a member of the Commission on Leadership and Institutional Effectiveness for the American Council on Education. He has served on various commissions and committees for higher education organizations, such as the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (including service on the executive committee) and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. Currently, Potter serves as the President of the Peach Belt Conference Executive Committee. Potter earned his B.A. cum laude in History from Amherst College in Massachusetts, and both his M.A. and Ph.D. in Social Science from Syracuse University. He and his late wife, Pam Mathews, had two children; Elizabeth, now a lawyer in San Diego, and Holly, who works for the State Department.

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Randy Dunn is in his 14th year as Athletic Director and his 27th year at North Georgia College & State University in 2009-10. Dunn served as the head men’s basketball coach for 14 years before retiring in 2003 to serve full-time as Athletic Director. Dunn is an alumnus of North Georgia College, having played basketball for the Saints for three years, graduating in 1980 with a bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education.

Lindsay Reeves is in her 10th year with North Georgia College & State University and her third year as Associate Director of Athletics and third year as Senior Women’s Administrator in 2009-10. In addition to her duties with the Athletic Department, she will continue teaching in the Health & Physical Education Department and serve as Director of the Human Performance Lab.

After completing his undergraduate degree at NGC, Dunn was an assistant coach at Georgia Southwestern State University, where he received his M.Ed. in Physical Education. He became the assistant coach at the State University of West Georgia in 1981 before returning to North Georgia College in 1982. In 1996, Dunn’s men’s basketball team won the Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Conference regular season championship and advanced to the NAIA National Tournament. That same year, Dunn was named GACC men’s basketball “Coach of the Year”.

Lindsay graduated from Ithaca College with a BS in Physical Education and received her Masters from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Exercise Physiology.

During his ten year tenure as Athletic Director, Dunn oversaw the addition of three new sports: women’s soccer, baseball and softball. The intercollegiate athletic program has produced 12 conference championships in the Georgia Athletic Conference, the GeorgiaAlabama-Carolina Conference, and the Southern States Athletic Conference. In the past five years, the athletic department’s facilities have grown with the addition of the NGCSU Baseball, Softball, and Soccer Complex. Most recently, Dunn has overseen the athletic department’s transition from the NAIA to the NCAA and the Peach Belt Conference.

Lindsay is married to Dave Reeves and they have a son Tim who is 21, and a daughter Kelley who is 19.

After completing her education she worked as the Director of Testing at Sports Training Institute in N.Y., then Assistant Director of Health & Fitness at General Electric World Headquarters in CT., and from 1990-1999 as the Director of Employee Wellness and faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Dunn is married to the former Susan Reed, and they have a 18-yearold son, Jake.

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Gary Preston

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The Peach Belt Conference is committed to providing through its dependent collegiate members, a forum for student participation in athletic, academic and co-curricular events under the auspices of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division II. We will exemplify the characteristics of a premier intercollegiate conference that prides itself on the inclusion of students of all demographic groups who wish to participate in a well-rounded sports program. Our institutions, our academic goals, our athletic aspirations reflect a communality of purpose and a commitment to excellence in the classroom and on the playing field.

HISTORY

Now entering its 20th year of existence in 2009-10, the Peach Belt Conference has become one of the elite Division II conferences in the nation. Since its inception in 1990-91, the Peach Belt has developed a consistent history of excellence which continues to this day with 28 national championships and 25 national finalist Starting with only two championships in 1991, in men’s and women’s basketball, the conference has expanded to 13 championship sports with the addition of women’s golf in the fall of 2009. The conference traces its roots back to November of 1988 when 11 schools first met in Greenville, S.C. to form a Division II conference. Following a second meeting on Dec. 3, 1989, five of those 11 schools, plus two others,

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formed the Peach Belt and begin play in fall and UNC Pembroke became the ninth member 1990. on July 1, 1992. They were followed by Kennesaw State University on July 1, 1994, ClayThe Peach Belt was less than a year old before ton State University on July 1, 1995 and the capturing a national championship. The Co- University of North Florida on July 1, 1997. lumbus State golf team took the honor by win- Kennesaw State and North Florida departed ning the 1992 national crown, the first of three for the Division I ranks in 2005, USC Upgolf championships the Cougars own. One year state did the same in 2007, and the conference later, the Lander men’s tennis team began their welcomed in North Georgia College & State record-breaking run of eight straight national University in 2005 and Georgia Southwestern titles, the first PBC dynasty. Since then, USCA State University in 2006. men’s golf has won three straight national titles from 2004-06 while AASU women’s tennis For 2009-10, the Peach Belt has grown once has captured four titles overall. again with the addition of the University of Montevallo and Flagler College, giving the The 2008-09 season was among the confer- PBC 13 members, the most the league has ever ence’s most memorable. The Armstrong At- had. The addition of the two schools returns lantic State men’s and women’s tennis teams the PBC to the state of Florida and expands the both won their respective national champion- league into Alabama for the first time. ships – for the second year in a row; a feat only done once before in college tennis. In addi- David Brunk was named the second PBC comtion, the Augusta State men’s basketball team missioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced became the first to make back-to-back trips to Marvin Vanover, who was the first PBC comthe NCAA Elite Eight, the Armstrong Atlantic missioner from 1991 to 2007. Brunk is charged became the first PBC volleyball team ever to with continuing the strong growth of the conadvance to the Elite Eight and the North Geor- ference as its second era begins. gia softball team was ranked #1 in the nation and reached the World Series. Dr. David Potter, president of North Georgia College & State University, returns as the presThe seven charter members of the conference ident of the Peach Belt in 2009-10. were Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Francis Marion The conference currently holds championships University, Georgia College & State Univer- in 13 sports, six for men and seven for women. sity, Lander University, USC Aiken and USC They are men’s and women’s cross country, Upstate. The name Peach Belt Athletic Confer- men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s ence was adopted in January of 1990 and mod- and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s ified to Peach Belt Conference in May of 2000. tennis, baseball, softball and men’s and women’s golf. Augusta State joined the conference in 1991

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

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1972 Record: 7-16 Head Coach: Linda Caruthers

1985 Record: 13-13 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

1998 Record: 23-8 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1973 Record: 11-9 Head Coach: Linda Caruthers

1986 Record: 13-11 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

1999 Record: 26-6 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1974 Record: 18-6 Head Coach: Linda Caruthers

1987 Record: 27-4 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

2000 Record: 28-8 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1975 Record: 9-15 Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1988 Record: 14-11 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

2001 Record: 23-11 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1976 no records available Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1989 Record: 18-13 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

2002 Record: 32-4 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1977 Record: 13-6 Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1990 Record: 13-16 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

2003 Record: 30-6 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1978 Record: 13-10 Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1991 Record: 18-9 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

2004 Record: 30-6 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1979 Record: 10-7 Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1992 Record: 18-11 Head Coach: Beverly Knight

2005 Record: 26-8 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1980 Record: 6-16 Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1993 Record: 8-22 Head Coach: Beverly Knight

2006 Record: 23-4 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1981 Record: 2-20 Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1994 Record: 17-15 Head Coach: Beverly Knight

2007 Record: 12-14 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1982 Record: 10-14 Head Coach: Barbara Brown

1995 Record: 11-18 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

2008 Record: 17-12 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1983 Record: 3-20 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

1996 Record: 17-12 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

2009 Record: 9-20 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

1984 Record: 12-15 Head Coach: Lynn Jarrett

1997 Record: 26-7 Head Coach: Buffie Burson

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ALL-TIME RECORD BOOK I n d i v i d u a l Season Re c o r ds POINTS

Brenda Hill

885

SCORING AVERAGE Brenda Hill

FIELD GOALS Lori Brown

29.5

1987

397

1984

FIELD GOAL % Edwina Johnson

.613

FREE THROWS Angelyn Love

217

FREE THROW %

Katie Williamson .919

3-POINT FG Brandy Bray

3-POINT FG% Lori Cato

ASSISTS

Tarla Turner

REBOUNDS Lori Brown

2006

.480

1999

199

1996

397

1984

14.7

Jeanine Dorminey 93 Keisha Hall

2003

1995

BLOCKED SHOTS STEALS

1993

103

REBOUND AVERAGE Lori Brown

1987

103

1984 2004 2002

Individual Car eer Recor ds POINTS

Morey LeFeve

2,556

SCORING AVERAGE Courtney Hester

FIELD GOALS Morey LeFeve

23.4

1999-2002

913

1997-2000

FIELD GOAL % Edwina Jackson

.609

FREE THROWS Morey LeFeve

752

FREE THROW %

Katie Williamson .872

3-POINT FG Brandy Bray

3-POINT FG% Raena Ellis

ASSISTS

Kim Felton

REBOUNDS Morey LeFeve

2003-2006

.444

2002-2004

523

1996-1999

1326

1997-2000

10.4

Jeanine Dorminey 258 Keisha Hall

1997-2000

1992-1996

BLOCKED SHOTS STEALS

1992-1994

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REBOUND AVERAGE Morey LeFeve

1997-2000

302

1997-2000 2003-2006 1999-2002

1 , 0 0 0 - Po i n t S c o r e r s Gretchen Smith Anne Smith Tara Hall Christy Cook Lori Brown Brandy Bray Julie Crowe Morey LeFeve Amber Kent

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ALL-TIME RECORD BOOK Te a m Sing le G a m e Recor ds POINTS 115

vs Southern Wesleyan

POINTS (Combined) 211

vs Francis Marion

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 52

vs UNC Pembroke

Team S i n g l e Season Re c o r d s POINTS

2,851

2002

FIELD GOALS 1,023

1987

vs Oglethorpe University

FIELD GOALS MADE 44

vs Midway College

FIELD GOAL % .710

vs Converse College

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3-POINT FIELD GOAL % .860

vs Auburn Montgomery

FREE THROWS MADE 46

vs Southern Wesleyan

FREE THROWS % 1.000

vs Brewton Parker (18-18)

REBOUNDS 66

vs Piedmont College

STEALS 24

vs Warner Southern

BLOCKED SHOTS 12 12

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FREE THROWS 705

2002

2002

FREE THROW % .785

1989

3-POINT FG

2008

3-POINT FG % .412

1996

REBOUNDS 1,473

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OPPONENTS SCORING

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GAMES WON

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CONSECUTIVE WINS

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LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 76

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NCAA DIVISION II RECORD BOOK I n d i v i d u a l Car eer Re c o r ds POINTS

Syretha Marble

1,881

SCORING AVERAGE Syretha Marble

FIELD GOALS Syretha Marble

16.9

2006-2009

655

2006-2009

FIELD GOAL % Jenica Johnson

.519

FREE THROWS Syretha Marble

502

FREE THROW %

Katie Williamson .919

3-POINT FG

Megan Huffman

129

3-POINT FG%

Katie Williamson .381

ASSISTS

Lindsey Kitchens 301

REBOUNDS

Syretha Marble

926

REBOUND AVERAGE Jeanine Dorminey 10.2

BLOCKED SHOTS Jeanine Dorminey 80

STEALS

Syretha Marble

2006-2009

273

2006 2006-2009 2006 2006-2008

2006 2006-2009 2006-2009 2006 2006 2006-2009

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Syretha Marble

597

SCORING AVERAGE Syretha Marble

FIELD GOALS Syretha Marble

20.6

2008

222

2008

FIELD GOAL % Syretha Marble

.558

FREE THROWS

Kourtney Singleton 162

FREE THROW %

Katie Williamson .919

3-POINT FG

Katie Williamson 59

3-POINT FG%

Kourtney Singleton .441

ASSISTS

Lindsey Kitchens 124

REBOUNDS

Syretha Marble

293

REBOUND AVERAGE Jeanine Dorminey 10.2

BLOCKED SHOTS Jeanine Dorminey 80

STEALS

Syretha Marble

2008

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2008 2008 2006 2006

2008 2007 2008 2006 2006 2009

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Assists Rebounds Blocked Shots Steals

Syretha Marble Syretha Marble Kourtney Singleton Lindsey Kitchens Megan Huffman Lindsey Kitchens Megan Huffman Lindsey Kitchens Lindsey Kitchens Rachel Jolley Jeanine Dorminey Jeanine Dorminey Megan Huffman Syretha Marble Syretha Marble

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vs Tusculum vs Tusculum vs USC Aiken vs GCSU vs USC Upstate vs Francis Marion vs GCSU vs Francis Marion vs Ga. Southwestern vs Claflin vs Columbus State vs Brewton Parker vs Armstrong Atlantic vs West Alabama vs Ga. Southwestern

11/24/07 11/24/07 01/05/08 01/14/06 01/31/07 02/10/07 02/06/08 02/24/07 01/13/07 12/30/06 02/15/06 11/26/06 01/06/07 11/28/08 01/28/09

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Alabama, University of Alabama-Huntsville, University of Albany State (Ga.) University Allen (S.C.) University Anderson (S.C.) University Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) University Auburn (Ala.) University Augusta State (Ga.) University Auburn University Montgomery (Ala.) Azusa Pacific (Calif.) University Baker University Barber-Scotia (N.C.) College Belmont (Tenn.) University Belmont Abbey (N.C.) College Berry (Ga.) College Brevard (N.C.) College Brewton-Parker (Ga.) College Campbellsville (Ky.) University Carson Newman (Tenn.) University Catawba (N.C.) University Central Florida, University of Central State (Ohio) University Charleston (S.C.), College of Claflin (S.C.) University Clayton State (Ga.) University Columbus State (Ga.) University Converse (S.C.) College Covenant (Ga.) College Cumberlands (Tenn.) University Cumberlands, University of Dawwen (N.Y.) College Davis and Elkins College DeKalb (Ga.) College Delta State (Miss.) University Dillard (La.) University Dominican (N.Y.) University Duke (N.C.) University Edward Waters (Fla.) College Emmanuel (Ga.) College Erskine (S.C.) College Flagler (Fla.) University Florida Memorial University Florida State University Fort Campbell Fort Valley State (Ga.) University Francis Marion (S.C.) University Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) University Gainesville (Ga.) College Gardner Webb (N.C.) University Georgia, University of Georgia Baptist University Georgia College & State University Georgia Southern University Georgia Southwestern State University Georgia State University Georgia Institute of Technology Hiawassee (Ga.) College Holy Names (Calif.) University Indiana University/Purdue Univ. at Indianapolis Kennesaw State (Ga.) University King (Tenn.) College LaGrange (Ga.) College Lambuth (Tenn.) University Lander (S.C.) University Langston (Texas) University Lee (Tenn.) University Lees-McRae (N.C.) College Lewis & Clark (Idaho) University Lincoln Memorial (Tenn.) University Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) College Lipscomb (Tenn.) University

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2-0 0-1 1-4 3-0 6-1 10-17 1-0 10-13 16-21 1-0 1-0 2-0 0-2 1-0 23-45 1-0 30-10 2-0 3-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-3 8-0 10-8 3-4 2-0 1-0 4-4 0-2 1-0 0-1 3-0 0-3 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 23-4 4-3 8-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 3-8 5-6 1-1 1-0 4-2 4-7 2-0 31-17 3-2 30-28 1-3 0-1 2-4 0-1 1-0 10-12 1-0 2-0 2-2 9-5 3-0 12-10 1-1 3-0 4-5 1-0 0-1

Lock Haven (Pa.) University Lynn University Madonna College Mars Hill Martin Methodist (Tenn.) University Maryville (Tenn.) University McKendree (Ill.) University Mercer (Ga.) University Middle Georgia College Midway College Milligan (Tenn.) University Mississippi, University of Montana State Northern, University of Montevallo, University of Montreat (N.C.) College Montreat-Anderson College Morris Brown (Ga.) University Mount Olive (N.C.) University North Carolina-Central, University of North Carolina Pembroke, University of North Dakota, University of North Greenville College Oklahoma Baptist University Oklahoma Christian University Oklahoma City University Paine College Palm Beach Atlantic (Fla.) University Pembroke State (N.C.) University Piedmont (Ga.) College Pikeville (Ky.) College Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, University of Presbyterian (S.C.) College Reinhardt (Ga.) College Rhodes (Tenn.) College Savannah State (Ga.) University Shorter (Ga.) College Simon Fraser (B.C.) University South Alabama, University of South Carolina Aiken, University of South Carolina Upstate, University of Southern Arkansas Southern Nazarene (Okla.) University Southern Polytechnic State (Ga.) University Southern Wesleyan (S.C.) University Spring Hill (Ala.) College St. Leo (Fla.) University St. Vincent University Southwestern Oklahoma University Talladega (Ala.) College Temple (Penn.) University Tenessee Tech University Tennessee Temple University Tennessee Wesleyan University Texas A&M-Commerce The Master’s (Calif.) College Tift College Truett-McConnell (Ga.) College Tusculum College Tuskegee (Ala.) University Union (Tenn.) University Voorhees (S.C.) College Warner Southern (Fla.) University Wayland Baptist (Texas) University Webber International (Fla.) University West Alabama, University of West Florida, University of West Georgia, State University of Western Montana University Wingate (N.C.) University Wisconsin-Green Bay, University of Total

W-L

1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 1-0 2-11 2-1 1-0 3-1 0-1 0-1 2-15 1-0 1-0 4-0 2-0 1-0 3-1 0-1 3-0 1-3 1-1 0-3 2-0 2-0 3-3 42-9 1-0 1-0 1-1 15-3 1-0 1-3 42-26 0-1 1-0 4-4 6-3 1-0 0-1 7-0 25-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 7-1 1-0 0-1 2-0 11-3 0-1 1-0 14-2 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-8 6-3 1-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 1-0 16-18 0-1 2-2 1-0 587-405


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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Ballard, Elaine.............................................................................1993-94 Baker, Brooke..............................................................................2006-09 Banks, Julie.................................................................................1993-97 Barnett, Karen.............................................................................1992-94 Barrett, Michelle.........................................................................1991-92 Black, Carrie...............................................................................1987-88 Blalock, Path...............................................................................1984-85 Bradley, Mandy...........................................................................1995-98 Bray, Brandy...............................................................................1992-96 Brown, Kevia..............................................................................2000-01 Brown, Lori.................................................................................1981-85 Brown, Rhonda...........................................................................1988-90 Brown, Sophia.............................................................................2004-07 Brownlee, Stephanie...........................................................2009-Present Burkett, Laurie............................................................................1985-89 Burkhalter, Emily.........................................................................2006-08 Cato, Lori.....................................................................................1997-00 Chancey, Melissa........................................................................2004-06 Clay, Teresa.................................................................................1981-82 Cline, Ali.............................................................................2009-Present Cobb, Alyson..............................................................................2000-01 Cody, Kim...................................................................................1982-86 Collins, Katie..............................................................................1996-99 Cook, Christy..............................................................................1988-92 Craft, Luanne..............................................................................1980-84 Creegan, Kristy...........................................................................1995-96 Crosby, Lisa................................................................................1983-87 Crowe, Julie................................................................................1994-96 Davis, Kim..................................................................................1986-90 Dixon, Dawn...............................................................................1981-85 Dobbs, Jamesa.............................................................................1989-91 Dorminey, Jeanine.......................................................................2003-06 Dragoumaniotis, Margarita..........................................................1998-01 Dunaway, Kathy..........................................................................1984-86 Duncan, Karen............................................................................1990-91 Durham, Ari’Elle................................................................2009-Present Ellis, Raena.................................................................................2002-04 Ervin, Jennifer.............................................................................2007-08 Fagler, Lauren..............................................................................2006-07 Felton, Kim.................................................................................1995-99 Fulcher, April..............................................................................2002-04 Gaddis, Sara................................................................................1986-87 Gaddy, Charla.............................................................................1992-93 Garini, Dawn...............................................................................1984-86 Gartrell, Daphney........................................................................1991-92 Goza, Annie................................................................................2003-04 Graham, Tara...............................................................................1989-92 Grauitt, Fonda.............................................................................1987-88 Gray, Kellie.................................................................................1989-91 Grice, Tina..................................................................................2000-01 Grindle, Martha...........................................................................1982-84 Grogan, Stephanie.......................................................................1980-83 Hall, Keisha.................................................................................1998-02 Hammond, Angie........................................................................1993-95 Harper, Susan..............................................................................1990-93 Hester, Courtney..........................................................................1999-02 Hill, Brenda.................................................................................1986-87 Huffman, Lindsey........................................................................2005-06 Huffman, Megan.........................................................................2004-08 Isley, Angie.................................................................................1982-83 Johnson, Edwina.........................................................................1991-93 Johnson, Jenica...........................................................................2004-06 Jolley, Rachael.............................................................................2004-08 Jones, Charlene...........................................................................1985-89 Jones, Jennifer.............................................................................1992-93 Jones, Sheron..............................................................................1983-87 Jones, Tammie.............................................................................1992-96 Kent, Amber............................................................................1996-2000 Kitchens, Lindsey........................................................................2005-09

Kinsey, Jamie.............................................................................2000-01 Lanier, Anne..............................................................................1981-82 LeFeve, Morey...........................................................................1996-00 Little, Kim.................................................................................1994-95 Love, Angelyn...........................................................................2000-04 Love, Kimberlyn........................................................................2002-06 Lummas, Connie........................................................................1986-90 Lunsford, Debbie.......................................................................1984-85 McCann, Kari....................................................................2009-Present McConnell, Robin.....................................................................1989-90 McGhee, Erin............................................................................2002-04 McDonald, Kathy......................................................................1981-82 Manus, Kristy............................................................................1993-94 Marble, Sytretha.........................................................................2005-09 Martin, Debbie...........................................................................1982-85 Mills, Chari................................................................................1996-99 Montgomery, Meredith......................................................2007-Present Moore, Tina................................................................................1988-92 Nix, Mary Beth...........................................................................1994-95 Owen, Brandi.............................................................................2001-05 Parris, Stacy................................................................................1999-02 Patterson, Vanessa.....................................................................1992-94 Peevy, Victoria...........................................................................2007-08 Phillips, Ronda..........................................................................1983-84 Quinton, Kristen........................................................................1989-90 Randolph, Whitney.............................................................2009-Present Redmond, Robin........................................................................1995-99 Rogers, Annette.........................................................................1985-88 Romine, Ruffie..........................................................................1994-95 Rush, Sally.................................................................................1998-02 Saco, Dawn................................................................................1991-92 Schleisman, Katie......................................................................2001-05 Scott, Stephanie.........................................................................1991-92 Seamon, Lara.............................................................................2005-06 Seeley, Danielle..................................................................2009-Present Self, Mandy................................................................................1994-95 Shell, Stacy.................................................................................1999-01 Short, Judy.................................................................................1981-85 Singleton, Kourtney...................................................................2006-08 Sisson, Carla..............................................................................1988-89 Smith, Anne...............................................................................1987-89 Smith, Carey..............................................................................1993-94 Smith, Gretchen.........................................................................1985-89 Smith, Pam................................................................................1990-91 Smith, Sherri..............................................................................1981-85 Stinson, Sarah....................................................................2009-Present Stokes, Alyssa...................................................................2009-Present Swanier, Kiara...........................................................................2007-08 Swanson, Cindy.........................................................................1986-87 Tanner, Tarla..............................................................................1994-96 Taylor, Lindsay..........................................................................2005-07 Taylor, Monica...........................................................................1983-84 Topps, Kameisha.......................................................................2000-03 Vandiver, Holly..........................................................................2001-02 Warren, Nijia.............................................................................2001-03 White, Jane................................................................................1988-89 White, Porsha..................................................................................2007 Whitlock, Chere.........................................................................1992-94 Williamson, Katie......................................................................2002-06 Wilson, Cindy............................................................................1981-82 Winkler, Kara..............................................................1995-96, 1997-98 Winstead, Brooke...................................................................1998-2000 York, Rebecca........................................................................1996-2000 Young, Krystyn..........................................................................2007-09

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2009-10 North Georgia Women's Basketball Media Guide  

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