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2013-2014 Recruiting Guide


University of the Ozarks


Table of Contents General Information 1 Table of Contents Coaching Staff 2 Head Coach Carl Ramsey 2 Assistant Coach Jordyn Ferrell 2013-2014 Women’s Basketball Preview 3 Preview 4 Roster 4 Team Picture 2013-2014 Player Profiles 5-10 Player Profiles

2012-2013 Final Statistics and Results 11 Final Statistics and Results Women’s Program History 12 Career Leaders 12 Miscellaneous Records 13-15 Honors & Awards 16 Coaching Records 17 All-Time Series Records American Southwest Conference 18 ASC History & Current Members

Location Clarksville, Arkansas (7,719) Founded 1834 Enrollment 585 Nickname Eagles School Colors Purple & Gold Gym Mabee Gymnasium Mabee Gym Capacity 1700 National Affiliation NCAA III Conference American Southwest President Richard Dunsworth, JD Athletics Director Jimmy Clark Web Site www.ozarks.edu Team Information 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conference Record/Finish Home/Away/Neutral 2012-13 Postseason Returning Starters/Lost Lettermen Returning/Lost Newcomers

11-14 7-12 (6th ASC) 8-6/3-8/0-0 Did not qualify 3/2 10/6 3

Coaching Staff Head Coach Carl Ramsey (5th season) Record at School 45-56 (4 seasons) Office Phone 479-979-1325 E-mail cramsey@ozarks.edu Alma Mater, Yr. College of the Ozarks, ‘79 Assistant Coach Jordyn Ferrell Office Phone 479-979-1325 E-mail jferr986@ozarks.edu Sports Information Office Sports Information Director Josh Peppas Email jpeppas@ozarks.edu Phone 479-979-1483 Director of Social Media Emily Black Director of Video Technology Ryan West

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Coaching Staff Carl Ramsey Head Coach Carl Ramsey begins his fifth season as Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Ozarks. Ramsey made the jump to his alma mater after building one of the top high school girl’s basketball programs in Arkansas. In just two years at Ozarks, Ramsey led the Lady Eagles to the playoffs and posted the program’s first winning record in nearly a decade. Ramsey orchestrated a seven-game improvement from his first season to his second. Ozarks ended the 2010-11 season with a 14-12 overall mark, the first winning record since 2001-2002. His 2010-2011 team was the top three-point shooting team in the conference and ninth-best in NCAA III, hitting nearly eight per game. His team also led the league in assists per game (17.0) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.1). Four of his players earned Player of the Week honors during that season. In 2011-12, Ramsey guided the Lady Eagles to the playoffs again. He coached the ASC East Division Preseason Player of the Year and three All-Conference players in 2011-12. He has had a combined ten players earn AllConference honors and four earn All-Freshmen Team honors the past four years. Four players have been voted to the prestigious Academic All-America Team, and 21 of his players have been on the ASC All-Academic Team during his tenure. One player was named a national Academic All-American following the 2011-12 season. In 29 years at Lamar High School (Ark.), Ramsey posted a 660-227 (.744) overall record and led the program to eight state tournament appearances, including winning state titles in 1988 and 1991. Ramsey was voted the Conference Coach of the Year 10 times and was a five-time KARV Dream Team Coach of the Year honoree. In addition to his coaching career, he served as the school’s athletic director for 24 years. Ramsey received his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Ozarks in 1979. Ramsey and his wife, Kathy, are the parents of one son and one daughter.

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Jordyn Ferrell Assistant Coach Jordyn Ferrell begins her first year as the assistant women’s basketball coach. Ferrell, a native of West Fork, Ark., played two seasons at Ozarks, earning Capital One Academic All-District and All-Conference honors following the 2012-2013 season. She was a member of the American Southwest Conference All-Academic Team for the 2012-2013 season. Ferrell also excelled in cross country earning Capital One Academic All-District honors following the 2012 season. She is currently finishing her degree in physical education at Ozarks.


2013-2014 Outlook Head Women’s Basketball Coach Carl Ramsey has always had impressive outside shooting teams, but now the veteran coach has added imposing size to compliment the backcourt. It may be Ramsey’s tallest team since his arrival five years ago, and he plans to take full advantage of it. Four players – Taylor Farmer, Kindra Davis, RaShelle Goldman and Bryanna Moltz – are all taller than 6-feet. And, both Goldman and Moltz add another dynamic to the team as each can shoot from long-range. “We have more size than we have had in the past,” said Ramsey. “We have some taller players that can shoot the three-pointer as well as our guards. They are not the typical players that postup inside. I think this creates some match-up problems against our opponents. It gives us a chance to be more flexible on offense.” Ozarks returns three starters and a number of others who saw significant action a year ago. Farmer, a junior, is the team’s top returning scorer (12.6). Farmer also averaged 5.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game. Davis, a senior, started in all 25 games last season and was the team-leader in rebounds per game (8.0). Davis was especially dominant on the defensive end, pulling down 147 total defensive rebounds. Tamara Wilkett, a senior guard, started 24 games and scored 7.8 points per game. Wilkett is among the team’s top three-point shooting threats as she hit 24-of-73 (32.9%) from beyond the arc. Under Ramsey, Ozarks has always been among the top shooting teams in the American Southwest Conference. Last season, the Lady Eagles led the conference in three-point shooting (32%), and were in the top-5 in field goal percentage and free throw percentage. This year should be no different. “We try to take good shots,” said Ramsey. “We want to be disciplined enough to get shots for people who can shoot in certain spots. Good shooters can take bad shots so it is important that they take shots in the right spots.” The guard rotation will be by committee early in the season, according to Ramsey. Ramsey does have a number of players to use, including sophomores Jordana Andrews, Libby Nepivoda and Ashley Hipps. Additionally, juniors Annabel Fidler and Jessica Milloway as well as freshman Anisha Johnson will play on the perimeter. Forward Shawnee Sorensen is back for her junior season and is another player expected to push for playing time.

Taylor Farmer “I think it will be guard by committee to begin the season,” said Ramsey. “Ashley and Anisha can play the point. Jordana can play the two guard or point. Jessica is working hard and getting better every day. Bryanna is as good a three-point shooter as we have. It may be more important who finishes the game rather than who starts it.” Ramsey does feel that the guard positions are somewhat inexperienced. “We don’t have a lot of experience at the guard spot,” he said. “We have several players that we are going to give a chance.” The team is full of role players and Ramsey believes it is imperative that someone steps forward during the season. “We want people to understand what their roles are,” he said. “I think what we have on this team are a lot of role players. I’ve got to wait and see who will step forward and become the go to player. It is important from a leadership standpoint, too. I feel like we have some quality players and quality depth. There is a lot of room for growth with this team.” Ozarks did not make the playoffs last season after finishing 11-14 overall and 7-12 in the ASC. Due to changes within the ASC, there will no longer be an East and West Division for the 2013-2014 season. Instead, the divisions have been combined and all 12 teams will play each other at home and on the road, with the top eight teams qualifying for the playoffs. Mississippi College is on the schedule, but is not eligible for post-season play due to its reclassification to NCAA Division II. “It is special when you make the playoffs,” said Ramsey. “We have to work hard every day to complete our goal of qualifying for the playoffs. I think with the new format every game is important. I think it will be even more competitive. Every night we must play like it is a tournament game.”

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2013-2014 Roster No. 1 3 10 11 12 13 15 21 24 25 32 34 40

Name Libby Nepivoda Josey Love Taylor Farmer Jordana Andrews Bryanna Moltz Annabel Fidler Jessica Milloway Ashley Hipps Shawnee Sorensen Anisha Johnson Kindra Davis RaShelle Goldman Tamara Wilkett

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Position Guard Guard Center Guard Forward Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Center Forward Guard

Ht. 5-7 5-8 6-0 5-6 6-2 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-0 5-9

Class So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-2L So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-1L Jr.-2L So.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Sr.-2L So.-1L Sr.-3L

Hometown/Previous School Lamar, Ark. (Lamar HS) Sheridan, Ark. (Sheridan HS) Waldron, Ark. (Waldron HS) Center Ridge, Ark. (Nemo Vista HS) Sheridan, Ark. (Sheridan HS) San Antonio, Texas (Concordia Univ Texas/Winston HS) Lamar, Ark. (Lamar HS) Greenland, Ark. (Greenland HS) Mountainburg, Ark. (Mountainburg HS) Little Rock, Ark. (Robinson HS) Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside HS) Lincoln, Ark. (Lincoln HS) Garland, Texas (Garland HS)


2013-14 Player Profiles #32 Kindra Davis

#40 Tamara Wilkett

Sr. - Center - 6-0 Fort Smith, Ark. Northside HS

Sr. - Guard - 5-9 Garland, Texas Garland HS

2012-13 Started in all 25 games and finished eighth in the conference in rebounding (8.0). Ranked fourth in the league in defensive rebounding (5.9). Averaged 6.8 points and 1.3 blocks per game. Shot 49 percent from the field. Recorded double digit rebound totals in eight games. Posted ten or more defensive rebounds three times. Had 15 points and 14 rebounds against Rust College in season-opener. Had 16 points and 13 rebounds against LeTourneau January 26. Blocked 5 shots against Texas-Tyler January 10. 2011-12 Played in 8 games. Scored 2 points and grabbed a rebound against McMurry Dec. 1. Played 7 minutes in back-to-back games. Had 5 rebounds against Sul Ross Nov. 26. Grabbed 4 rebounds against Bacone Nov. 16. 2010-11 Did not play due to an injury. Northside HS Averaged 6.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a senior. Helped team to the final four of the state tournament three years. Davis’ Career Statistics

2012-13 Started in 24 games and averaged 7.8 points while hitting 32 percent from the three-point line. Finished second on the team in three-pointers (24-of73). Reached double figures in scoring ten times. Scored 18 points behind three three-pointers against Central Baptist College. Hit all three of her three-point attempts against Central Baptist College, Mississippi College and LeTourneau. Had 12 points and 7 rebounds against Hendrix College. 2011-2012 Played in 13 games. Scored 5 points against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Went 2-of-4 from the field in that game. Had rebounds in three different games. Went 2-for-2 from the free throw line against Bacone College Nov. 16. 2010-2011 Played in 3 games. Garland HS Averaged 15.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per game her senior season. Named First Team All-District and team MVP as a senior. Earned Honorable Mention All-District as a junior. Helped team to playoffs three seasons. Wilkett’s Career Statistics

Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

12-13

25-25 171-6.8 199-8.0 1.8

11-12

8-0 2-.3

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

1.3

1.3 66-133-49.6 0-0-00.0

11-1.4 0.0 .25 0.0 1-2-50.0

Career 33-25 173-5.2 210-6.4 1.3

1.1

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

ST

BLK

39-79-00.0

12-13

24-24 188-7.8 65-2.7 1.6

.54

.08 64-164-39.0 24-73-32.9 36-52-2.7

11-12

0-1-00.0 0-2-00.0

1.0 67-135-49.6 0-1-00.0

39-81-48.1

REB-AVG AST

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

13-0 10-.8

4-.3

0.0

.07 0.0 3-12-25.0 0-3-00.0 4-9-44.4

10-11 3-0 0-0.0

1-.3

0.0

0.0 0.0 0-1-00.0

Career 40-24 198-5.0

70-1.8 1.0

0.4

5

0.1

0-1-00.0

0-0

67-177-37.9 24-77-31.2 40-61-65.6


2013-14 Player Profiles #10 Taylor Farmer

#13 Annabel Fidler

Jr. - Center - 6-0 Waldron, Ark. Waldron HS

Jr. - Guard - 5-8 San Antonio, Texas Winston HS/Concordia Univ.

2012-13 Started in all 25 games and finished 11th in the conference in scoring (12.6), 12th in field goal percentage (44%) and second in blocked shots (1.8). Led the team in scoring (12.6) while finishing second in rebounding (5.4). Reached double figures in scoring in 16 of 25 contests. Poured in 23 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the floor and 9-of-10 shooting from the free throw line against Mississippi College Feb. 9. Hit 11-of-13 shots from the field and scored 24 points against Sul Ross State Jan. 1. Pulled down 13 rebounds against Central Baptist College Nov. 18. Recorded 5 blocks on two different occasions. Averaged nearly 14 points per game in final eight games of the season. 2011-12 Played in 22 games averaging 2.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game. Recorded 12 blocks, secondmost on the team. Had a season-high 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the field against Texas-Tyler Feb. 18. Also snagged 4 rebounds in that game. Grabbed a season-high 6 rebounds in her first college game against Hendrix Nov. 15. Posted 2 blocks on two different occasions. Scored 9 points against Louisiana College Feb. 9 and 6 points against Sul Ross Nov. 26. Went 2-for-2 from the free throw line against Sul Ross. Waldron HS Averaged 18.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game as a senior. Earned All-State as a senior. Was a two-time All-District performer. Was a fourtime All-State track performer and a three-time All-State volleyball standout. Voted to the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star Volleyball team following senior season. Helped team to a district championship in all three sports during her prep career and a state indoor championship in track. Farmer’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

12-13

25-25 314-12.6 134-5.5 1.0

REB-AVG AST

1.6

1.8

119-268-44.4 1-2-50.0

11-12

22-0 46-2.1 28-1.3 .09

.22 .54 20-51-39.2 0-0-00.0 6-11-54.5

Career 47-25 360-7.7 162-3.5 1.1

1.4

6

1.8

3PT-ATT-PCT

139-319-37.3 1-2-50.0

FT-ATT-PCT 75-113-66.4

81-124-65.3

2012-13 Played in 7 games and collected 9 rebounds. Averaged 1.3 points per game. Went 2-for-5 and scored 6 points against Louisiana College February 7. 2011-12 Played on the junior varsity team at Concordia University Texas. Fidler’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

12-13

7-0 9-1.3 7-1.0 .29 .29 .00 3-14-21.4 0-1-00.0 3-6-50.0

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

Career 7-0 9-1.3 7-1.0 .29 .29 .00 3-14-21.4 0-1-00.0 3-6-50.0


2013-14 Player Profiles #15 Jessica Milloway

#24 Shawnee Sorensen

2012-13 Played in 13 games and totaled 6 field goals. Averaged 1.2 points and 1.4 rebounds per game. Hit a three-pointer against Texas-Tyler January 10. Member of the ASC AllAcademic Team.

2012-13 Played in 5 games and averaged 1.8 points per game. Went 2-for-4 with a threepointer and scored 5 points against Louisiana College February 7. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.

Jr. - Forward - 5-8 Mountainburg, Ark. Mountainburg HS

Jr. - Guard - 5-8 Lamar, Ark. Lamar HS

2011-12 Played in three games. Played 5 minutes against Louisiana College Jan. 19.

2011-12 Played in three games. Played 5 minutes against Louisiana College Jan. 19.

Lamar HS Averaged 9.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game as a senior. Was a two-time All-District performer and earned All-State honors during her prep career. Member of the KARV Dream Team three seasons. Helped the Lady Warriors to the Scranton Tournament championship and a District runner-up finish her senior season.

Mountainburg HS Averaged 12.1 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game as a senior. Named All-Conference as a junior and senior. Named to the Fort Smith Radio Group All-Area Team her senior season. Earned Honorable Mention All-Conference her sophomore campaign. Helped team to the quarterfinals of the state tournament her senior season. Sorensen’s Career Statistics

Milloway’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

12-13

13-0 15-1.2 18-1.4 0.5

11-12

3-0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0-3-00.0

Career 16-0 15-1.1 18-1.1 0.4

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

0.3 0.1 6-26-23.1 1-13-7.7 2-3-66.7 0-00-0.0 0-0-00.0

0.3 0.1 6-29-20.7 1-13-7.7 2-3-66.7

Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

12-13

5-0 9-1.8 2-0.4 0.4

REB-AVG AST

11-12

3-0 0-0.0 2-0.7 .00 .00 .00 0-0-00.0

Career 8-0 9-1.1 4-0.5 .25

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ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

.00 .00 4-6-66.7

.00 .00 4-6-66.7

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

1-1-1.000 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 1-1-1.000 0-0-00.0


2013-14 Player Profiles #11 Jordana Andrews

#34 RaShelle Goldman

So. - Guard - 5-6 Center Ridge, Ark. Nemo Vista HS

2012-13 Played in 9 games and averaged 7.0 points per game before suffering an injury. Hit a pair of three-pointers and scored 17 points against Texas Lutheran. Drilled two three-pointers and pulled down 5 rebounds against Rust College. Had 2 steals and 10 points against Bacone College. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2011-12 Played in 9 games. Saw first collegiate action against Sul Ross Nov. 26. Played 8 minutes and hit her only field goal attempt against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Scored her first collegiate points against Howard Payne Nov. 28. Had an assist in three different games. Nemo Vista HS Averaged 14.7 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game as a senior. Earned All-State, All-Region, All-District and was a member of the All-State Tournament Team her senior campaign. Named All-District her sophomore and junior year. Ended her prep career as a four-time All-American Scholar-Athlete. As a senior, helped team advance to the state tournament, while finishing in second-place finish in the conference. Led team to the regional tournament three seasons. Andrews’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

12-13

9-0 63-7.0 16-1.8 2.1

REB-AVG AST

11-12

9-0 3-.3

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

2-.2 .33 .11 0.0 1-4-25.0

Career 18-0 66-3.7 18-1.0 1.2

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

0.5 0.0 23-63-36.5 7-23-30.4 10-15-66.7 0-2-00.0 1-2-50.0

0.3 0.0 24-67-35.8 7-25-28.0 11-16-68.8

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So. - Forward - 6-0 Lincoln, Ark. Lincoln HS

2012-13 Named to the ASC All-East Division Freshman Team. Played in all 25 games averaging 4.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per contest. Tied for second on the team in three-pointers with 24, hitting 34 percent of her attempts. Made at least one three-pointer in 14 games. Drilled 5-of-6 from long range and scored 15 points against Texas-Tyler January 10. Went 7-of-10 and scored 16 points against Rhema Bible College. Had 2 or more three-pointers seven times. Lincoln HS Averaged 10.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per game her senior season. Hit 71-of-168 (42%) from the threepoint line en route to leading Lincoln to the state tournament. Four-year starter and finished her prep career with 1,169 points. Earned All-Conference four times and was team MVP three times. Named All-Region as a freshman and earned a spot on the All-Northwest Arkansas Basketball Team. Goldman’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

12-13

25-0 115-4.6 35-1.4 .68

REB-AVG AST

.24

.12

42-111-37.8 24-69-34.8 7-10-70.0

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

Career 25-0 115-4.6 35-1.4 .68

.24

.12

42-111-37.8 24-69-34.8 7-10-70.0


2013-14 Player Profiles #21 Ashley Hipps

#1 Libby Nepivoda

So. - Guard - 5-6 Greenland, Ark. Greenland HS

So. - Guard - 5-7 Lamar, Ark. Lamar HS

2012-13 Named to the ASC All-East Division Freshman Team. Averaged 3.8 points, 1.9 assists and 1.9 rebounds per game. Totaled 48 assists, third-highest on the team, and played in all 25 games. Started in 2 games. Reached double figures in scoring in three of her final six games. Had 16 points and hit 4-of-8 from the three-point line against Texas-Dallas February 11. Handed out 6 assists on two occasions. Had 9 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds against Sul Ross State. Drilled three three-pointers against East Texas Baptist January 31. Greenland HS Averaged 10.6 points, 4.6 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 1.7 steals per game as a senior. Earned All-State, All-Region, All-Conference, State Tournament MVP and was a member of the Morning News All-Area First Team in her senior campaign. Additionally, she made the All-State Tournament and KURM Dream Team.

2012-13 Played in 9 games and scored 8 points. Went 2-of2 from the free throw line on two occasions. Scored 4 points against Louisiana College January 19. Lamar HS Averaged 16.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game as a senior. Hit 40 percent of her threepoint shots. Earned All-State, All-District and was a member of the KARV Radio Dream Team her senior campaign. Named All-District and KARV Radio Dream Team as a junior. Nepivoda’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

12-13

9-0 8-0.9 8-0.9 .33 .00 .11 2-8-25.0

REB-AVG AST

ST

0-4-00.0 4-4-1.000

Career 9-0 8-0.9 8-0.9 .33 .00 .11 2-8-25.0

0-4-00.0 4-4-1.000

Hipps’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

12-13

25-2 96-3.8 48-1.9 1.9

REB-AVG AST

.44

.00

33-92-35.9

15-47-31.9 15-22-68.2

FT-ATT-PCT

Career 25-2 96-3.8 48-1.9 1.9

.44

.00

33-92-35.9

15-47-31.9 15-22-68.2

9

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT


2013-14 Player Profiles #25 Anisha Johnson Fr. - Guard - 5-8 Little Rock, Ark. Robinson HS

Robinson HS Averaged 12.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior. Named All-Conference, All-Metro and Metro MVP her senior campaign.

#3 Josey Love Fr. - Guard - 5-8 Sheridan, Ark. Sheridan HS

Sheridan HS Averaged 6.5 points, 5.6 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game her senior season. Hit 77% from the free throw line en route to earning All-Conference and team MVP. Named All-Conference her junior season.

#12 Bryanna Moltz Fr. - Forward - 6-2 Sheridan, Ark. Sheridan HS

Sheridan HS Averaged 11.0 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.2 blocks and 3.5 steals per game as a senior. Named All-Conference her junior and senior year. Named team MVP as a junior.

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2012-13 Final Statistics & Results

GP-GS Min Avg FG

Taylor Farmer Jordyn Ferrell Chelsea Glasscock Tamara Wilkett Jordana Andrews Kindra Davis RaShelle Goldman Ashley Hipps Jessica Murch Shawnee Sorensen Magen LaRosa Annabel Fidler Jessica Milloway Haley McKee Libby Nepivoda Baylea Swearingen Team

25-25 719 25-25 831 24-24 737 24-24 624 9-0 175 25-25 782 25-0 369 25-2 516 9-0 35 5-0 19 10-0 56 7-0 45 13-0 72 6-0 21 9-0 30 5-0 22

Total Opponents

25 25

Pct 3FG

Pct FT

Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

28.8 119-268 .444 1-2 .500 75-113 .664 47 33.2 83-205 .405 4-33 .121 97-124 .782 38 30.7 70-187 .374 54-139 .388 23-28 .821 15 26.0 64-164 .390 24-73 .329 36-52 .692 16 19.4 23-63 .365 7-23 .304 10-15 .667 5 31.3 66-133 .496 0-0 .000 39-79 .494 52 14.8 42-111 .378 24-69 .348 7-10 .700 9 20.6 33-92 .359 15-47 .319 15-22 .682 5 3.9 8-17 .471 0-3 .000 4-5 .800 4 3.8 4-6 .667 1-1 1.00 0-0 .000 1 5.6 5-18 .278 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 2 6.4 3-14 .214 0-1 .000 3-6 .500 5 5.5 6-26 .231 1-13 .077 2-3 .667 6 3.5 2-8 .250 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 2 3.3 2-8 .250 0-4 .000 4-4 1.00 3 4.4 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 44

5053 5053

87 134 5.4 65 3 26 78 44 30 314 12.6 98 136 5.4 56 2 79 55 16 19 267 10.7 79 94 3.9 54 1 57 46 1 45 217 9.0 49 65 2.7 25 0 40 42 2 13 188 7.8 11 16 1.8 3 0 19 12 0 5 63 7.0 147 199 8.0 72 4 44 49 33 33 171 6.8 26 35 1.4 11 0 17 22 3 6 115 4.6 43 48 1.9 20 0 48 38 0 11 96 3.8 3 7 0.8 2 0 2 2 0 0 20 2.2 1 2 0.4 5 0 2 5 0 0 9 1.8 7 9 0.9 4 0 2 3 0 0 13 1.3 2 7 1.0 4 0 2 9 0 2 9 1.3 12 18 1.4 2 0 7 7 1 4 15 1.2 2 4 0.7 1 0 1 4 0 0 6 1.0 5 8 0.9 4 0 3 6 1 0 8 0.9 8 10 2.0 3 0 0 3 0 2 4 0.8 84 128 5.1 42

532-1324 .402 132-412 .320 319-469 .680 256 664 920 36.8 331 10 349 423 101 170 1515 60.6 607-1571 .386 131-408 .321 256-385 .665 364 612 976 39.0 385 360 329 82 246 1601 64.0

2012-2013 Results Nov. 15 at Rust College L 59-66 (OT2) Nov. 18 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLLEGE L 50-53 Nov. 20 at Hendrix College W 80-61 Nov. 24 TEXAS-DALLAS L 63-73 Nov. 27 BACONE COLLEGE W 70-56 Nov. 29 at Hardin-Simmons L 59-72 Dec. 1 at Concordia L 49-77 Dec. 5 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. W 63-43 Dec. 7 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY W 53-44 Dec. 15 at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 70-86 Dec. 18 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE W 81-41 Jan. 3 HOWARD PAYNE UNIV. L 56-65 Jan. 5 SUL ROSS STATE UNIV. W 101-62 Jan. 10 TEXAS-TYLER W 50-47 Jan. 12 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 58-63 Jan. 17 at Mississippi College W 56-53 Jan. 19 at Louisiana College L 62-108 Jan. 23 RUST COLLEGE W 43-41 Jan. 26 at LeTourneau W 57-52 Jan. 31 at East Texas Baptist L 60-72 Feb. 2 at Texas-Tyler L 55-64 Feb. 7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 50-111 Feb. 9 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 71-67 Feb. 11 at Texas-Dallas L 44-64 Feb. 14 LETOURNEAU UNIV. L 55-60

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Women’s Program Records Game Records Game Records Points Rebounds Field Goals Free Throws 3-Pointers Steals Assists Blocked Shots

47 (Penni Peppas, 1991) 25 (Jenna Corbell, 2002) 19 (Penni Peppas, 1991) 16 (Jennifer Ewing, 1998) 9 (Paige Dean, 1997) 9 (Erin Langham, 1997) 8 (Marilyn Bauer, 1992) 13 (Marilyn Bauer, 1982) 11 (Christie Shuffield, 2000)

Season Records Most Points Most Rebounds Most Field Goals Most Free Throws Most 3-Pointers Highest Pts Per Game Ave. Highest Field Goal % Most Steals Most Assists Most Blocked Shots Highest Free Throw % Highest 3-Point %

696 (Penni Peppas, 1992-93) 346 (Leona Hubbard, 1990-91) 276 (Penni Peppas, 1992-93) 148 (Jennifer Ewing, 1998-99) 76 (Paige Dean, 1998-89) 24.0 (Penni Peppas, 1992-93) 62.0% (Lori Myers, 1997-98) 92 (Marilyn Bauer, 1984-85) 148 (Lacey Phillips, 2011-12) 75 (Christie Shuffield, 2002-03) 87.1% (Chelsea Glasscock, 2010-11) 47.6.% (Jana Treat, 1987-88)

Career Records Most 3-pointers Most Steals Most Blocked Shots Highest Field Goal %

192 (April Young, 2008-12) 228 (Marilyn Bauer, 1980-84) 228 (Christie Shuffield, 1999-02) 61.0% (Lori Myers, 1994-97)

Career Leaders

Miscellaneous Records Largest margin of victory Largest margin of defeat Most points in a game Longest winning streak Longest losing streak

Alicia Haney

58 points (107-40 vs Westminister, 1997) 64 points (Dec. 1, 2007 vs Howard Payne) 120 (Nov. 24, 1992 vs Philander Smith) (11 games-1996-1997) (17 games-2007-08)

Leona Scott

Lori Myers

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Penni Peppas

Becky Stoltenberg

SCORING 1. Penni Peppas 2. Mandi Carter 3. Lori Myers 4. Erica Eneks 5. Dee Bean 6. Sabrina Goddard 7. Christie Shuffield 8. Liz Ahne 9. Carolyn Ealy 10. Vicki Alston

2,170 (1990-94) 1,538 (02-04, 05-07) 1,504 (1994-97) 1,480 (2004-08) 1,375 (1987-91) 1,350 (2008-12) 1,264 (1998-02) 1,212 (1980-84) 1,185 (1982-86) 1,165 (1981-85)

REBOUNDING 1. Alicia Haney 892 (1990-94) 2. Mandi Carter 826 (02-04, 05-07) 3. Leona Hubbard Scott 820 (1988-91) 4. Olivia Fisher 817 (04-06, 07-09) 5. Penni Peppas 785 (1990-94) 6. Christie Shuffield 706 (1999-02) 7. Sabrina Goddard 683 (2008-12) 8. Lori Myers 661 (1994-97) 9. Carolyn Ealy 645 (1982-86) 10. Liz Ahne 640 (1980-84) ASSISTS 1. Alicia Haney 2. Callie Harmon 3. Marilyn Bauer 4. Lacey Phillips 5. Beverly Hogrefe 6. Tracy Duncan 7. Missi Boroughs 8. Moleta Watson 9. Vickie Alston Erica Eneks 10. Chelsea Glasscock

425 (1990-94) 391 (1984-88) 380 (1980-84) 313 (2008-12) 266 (1987-91) 266 (1995-99) 259 (1992-94) 254 (1988-92) 246 (1981-86) 246 (2004-08) 244 (2009-13)


Honors & Awards NCAA III/ASC/TIAA HONORS ASC Player of the Year 1996-97 Lori Myers ASC Defensive Player of the Year 1996-97 Lori Myers ASC East Division Preseason Player of the Year 2011-12 Sabrina Goddard 2000-01 Christie Shuffield ASC East Division Freshman of the Year 1999-00 Kristy Watts ASC East Division Coach of the Year 2010-11 Carl Ramsey ASC All-Tournament Team 2000-01 Mandy Thomas All-ASC 2007-08 Erica Eneks 2002-03 Jenna Corbell 1998-99 Carla Rhodes 1998-99 Erin Langham 1997-98 Jennifer Ewing 1996-97 Erin Langham 1996-97 Lori Myers 1996-97 Becky Stoltenberg All-ASC Honorable Mention Team 1997-98 Paige Dean 1997-98 Lora Vickers 1996-97 Paige Dean 1996-97 Jennifer Ewing ASC All-East Division First Team 2011-12 Sabrina Goddard 2007-08 Erica Eneks 2006-07 Mandi Carter 2003-04 Mandi Carter 2002-03 Jenna Corbell 2001-02 Christie Shuffield Mandy Thomas 1999-00 Christie Shuffield

ASC All-East Division Second Team 2012-13 Jordyn Ferrell 2011-12 Lacey Phillips 2011-12 April Young 2010-11 Sabrina Goddard 2010-11 Lacey Phillips 2010-11 April Young 2009-10 Sabrina Goddard 2005-06 Mandi Carter 2003-04 Jenna Corbell 2002-03 Mandi Carter 2001-02 Jenna Corbell 2000-01 Christie Shuffield 2000-01 Mandy Thomas ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention Team 2012-13 Chelsea Glasscock 2009-10 April Young 2008-09 Olivia Fisher 2008-09 Lacey Phillips 2007-08 Olivia Fisher 2006-07 Erica Eneks 2005-06 Erica Eneks 2005-06 LaTisha McCalister 2003-04 Tiffany Villines 2002-03 Kristy Watts 2000-01 Lacey Johnson 1999-00 Kristy Watts 1998-99 Christie Shuffield ASC All-East Division Freshman Team 2012-13 RaShelle Goldman 2012-13 Ashley Hipps 2010-11 Ashley Barry 2009-10 Chelsea Glasscock 2008-09 Lacey Phillips 2005-06 LaTisha McCalister 2004-05 Olivia Fisher ASC All-East Division Defensive Team 2006-07 Erica Eneks D3Hoops.com All-Region Team 2006-07 Mandi Carter (2nd) 2002-03 Jenna Corbell

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Honors & Awards ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America 2009-10 April Young (All-District-2nd) 2007-08 Erica Eneks (All-District-1st) 2006-07 Mandi Carter (All-District-3rd) Capital One Academic All-America (District) 2011-12 April Young (1st) 2010-11 April Young (1st) 2010-11 Sabrina Goddard (2nd) Capital One Academic All-America 2011-12 April Young (2nd) ASC co-Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year 2011-12 Ashley Teague ASC SAAC Sportsmanship Award 2011-12 Team 2009-10 Team ASC All-Academic Team 1996-97 Paige Dean Becky Stoltenberg 1997-98 Paige Dean 1998-99 Tracy Duncan Carla Rhodes Kim Wilson 1999-00 Tracy Duncan Christie Shuffield 2000-01 Tonya Brigance Abby Jansen Lacey Johnson Christie Shuffield Mandy Thomas 2001-02 Jennifer Goodwin Christie Shuffield Mandy Thomas 2002-03 Jennifer Goodwin 2003-04 Kate Byrd Mandi Carter Gabriela Flores Rachel Marble DeAnna Miller Lori Moon Shannon Rainbolt Tiffany Villines 2004-05 DeAnna Miller Lori Moon Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall

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

Mandi Carter Olivia Fisher Lori Moon Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall Mandi Carter Erica Eneks Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall Emma Bottorff Erica Eneks Olivia Fisher Olivia Fisher Ally Goddard Kasie Osmond Kayla Quertermous Ally Goddard Sabrina Goddard Ashley Teague Alison Villines April Young Chelsea Glasscock Ally Goddard Sabrina Goddard Ashley Teague Alison Villines April Young Chelsea Glasscock Sabrina Goddard Ashley Teague Alison Villines April Young Jordana Andrews Jordan Ferrell Chelsea Glasscock Jessica Milloway Shawnee Sorensen

Sabrina Goddard

Mandi Carter

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Honors & Awards Kodak All-American 1992-93 Penni Peppas

NAIA Midwest Player of the Year 1995-96 Becky Stoltenberg

NAIA All-America 1996-97 Lori Myers (2nd) Becky Stoltenberg (Hon. Men.) 1995-96 Becky Stoltenberg (2nd) Lori Myers (Hon. Men.) 1993-94 Penni Peppas (1st) 1992-93 Penni Peppas (2nd) 1991-92 Penni Peppas (3rd)

NAIA Midwest All-Region Team 1995-96 Becky Stoltenberg

Academic All-America 1988-89 Callie Harmon 1987-88 Jana Treat 1986-87 Callie Harmon 1985-86 Callie Harmon 1984-85 Callie Harmon All-AIC 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1987-88 1986-87 1984-85

Alicia Haney Lori Myers Penni Peppas Penni Peppas Penni Peppas Dee Bean Leona Hubbard Scott Leona Hubbard Scott Robin Mazur Jana Treat Carolyn Ealy Marilyn Bauer Liz Ahne

All-AIC Honorable Mention 1993-94 Missi Boroughs Alicia Haney 1992-93 Missi Boroughs 1991-92 Beverly Hogrefe 1989-90 Dee Bean 1988-89 Leona Hubbard Scott Alicia Queen 1986-87 Callie Harmon 1985-86 Vickie Alston Carolyn Ealy 1984-85 Vickie Alston 1983-84 Liz Ahne Marilyn Bauer

NAIA Midwest All-Conference 1995-96 Lori Myers NAIA All-District 17 1992-93 Penni Peppas 1991-92 Penni Peppas 1990-91 Leona Hubbard Scott 1989-90 Leona Hubbard Scott 1987-88 Robin Mazur Jana Treat 1986-87 Carolyn Ealy 1985-86 Vickie Alston 1984-85 Liz Ahne 1982-83 Marilyn Bauer 1981-82 Sharon Bledsole Mary May NAIA All-District 17 Honorable Mention • 2001 Missi Boroughs 1992-93 Marcos Gonzalez (1st Team) 1988-89 Alicia Queen 1987-88 Alicia Queen • 2002 Aaron Coats (2nd Team)

AIC All-Freshman Team Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) 1991-92 Alicia Haney 1989-90 • 2003 Moleta Watson 1988-89 Beverly Holgrefe Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) • 2004 Will Brahic (3rd Team) • 2005 Lars Nyberg (3rd Team)

• 2006 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Jared Gordon (3rd Team) Ryan Skelly (3rd Team) • 2007 Brian Sarber (2nd Team) Darren Clark (3rd Team) • 2008 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Dan De Hart (2nd Team) Shaun Renfro (3rd Team)

Penni Peppas

• 2009 Aaron Brueckner (3rd Team)

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All-Time Coaching Records Year Coach 2012-2013 Carl Ramsey 2011-2012 Carl Ramsey 2010-2011 Carl Ramsey 2009-2010 Carl Ramsey Totals: 2008-2009 Christina Jost 2007-2008 Christina Jost 2006-2007 Christina Jost Totals:

W L Pct. 11 14 .440 13 13 .500 14 12 .538 7 17 .291 45 56 .445

2005-2006 Kelly Stutz 2004-2005 Kelly Stutz Totals:

12 4 16

14 21 35

.461 .160 .313

2003-2004 Jack Jones 2002-2003 Jack Jones 2001-2002 Jack Jones 2000-2001 Jack Jones 1999-2000 Jack Jones 1998-1999 Jack Jones 1997-1998 Jack Jones 1996-1997 Jack Jones 1995-1996 Jack Jones 1994-1995 Jack Jones 1993-1994 Jack Jones 1992-1993 Jack Jones 1991-1992 Jack Jones 1990-1991 Jack Jones 1989-1990 Jack Jones 1988-1989 Jack Jones 1987-1988 Jack Jones 1986-1987 Jack Jones 1985-1986 Jack Jones 1984-1985 Jack Jones 1983-1984 Jack Jones 1982-1983 Jack Jones 1981-1982 Jack Jones 1980-1981 Jack Jones 1979-1980 Jack Jones Totals:

10 12 19 15 10 9 12 19 12 16 26 22 13 19 17 15 13 14 10 15 16 20 14 13 8 369

15 13 7 9 13 15 13 4 14 12 6 9 15 11 10 13 14 13 12 14 13 5 11 12 12 285

.400 .480 .730 .625 .434 .375 .480 .826 .461 .571 .812 .709 .464 .633 .629 .535 .481 .518 .454 .517 .551 .800 .560 .520 .400 .564

1978-1979 R. Jones/D. Watts 1977-1978 R. Jones/D. Watts 1976-1977 R. Jones/D. Watts Totals: All-Time Total:

5 1 3 9 454

13 11 7 31 468

.277 .083 .300 .225 .492

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5 20 .200 1 24 .040 9 17 .346 15 61 .197

Jack Jones

Kelly Stutz

Christina Jost

The 2001-2002 team finished as the co-ASC East Division Champions. The Lady Eagles went 19-7 overall and 12-4 in conference play. Ozarks hosted the ASC Tournament that season and advanced to the championship game under Head Coach Jack Jones.

The 1993-94 team still owns the school record for most wins after finishing 26-6. Three future NAIA All-America players were on the team, including #40 Lori Myers, #34 Becky Stoltenberg and #24 Penni Peppas. The coaching staff included Head Coach Jack Jones (left) and assistant coach Jason Wilbanks (right).


All-Time Series Records Arkansas Baptist........................................ 26-4 Arkansas State........................................... 0-1 Arkansas State at Beebe..........................9-0 Arkansas Tech University.......................... 1-41 Austin College........................................... 6-16 Bacone College....................................... 1-1 Baptist Christian........................................ 2-0 Bethany Nazarene College.................... 3-0 Bethel College.......................................... 1-0 Briar Cliff College...................................... 0-1 Carl Albert State....................................... 4-7 Catawba College.................................... 1-0 Centenary College.................................. 4-1 Central Baptist College............................ 8-2 Central State............................................. 1-1 Central Arkansas...................................... 4-29 Central Methodist College...................... 0-1 Central Missouri......................................... 1-0 College of the Ozarks.............................. 14-7 Concordia University Texas...................... 2-7 Concordia College.................................. 1-1 Culver Stockton State.............................. 1-0 Dillard University........................................ 1-0 East Central University.............................. 1-0 East Texas Baptist University..................... 9-22 Ecclesia College....................................... 2-1 Evangel College....................................... 2-2 Freed-Hardeman College....................... 1-4 Garland County Community College... 7-4 Hardin-Simmons University....................... 3-16 Harding University..................................... 21-10 Harris Stowe State..................................... 1-0 Hendrix College........................................ 10-12 Henderson State University...................... 10-9 High Point College.................................... 1-0 Howard Payne University......................... 8-15 John Brown University............................... 27-9 John Carroll University.............................. 0-1 Langston University................................... 0-1 LeTourneau University............................... 15-15 Lindenwood College............................... 1-1 Louisiana College..................................... 6-19 Lyon College............................................. 17-14 McNeese State......................................... 0-1 McMurry University.................................... 5-11 Marian College......................................... 1-0 Mid-America Nazarene........................... 0-2 Mississippi College.................................... 8-24 Missouri Baptist College........................... 1-0 Missouri Southern State.............................1-0

Missouri Western College......................... 0-1 Montreat College..................................... 0-1 North Central College.............................. 1-0 Northeastern Oklahoma State Univ....... 9-10 Northeastern State................................... 2-0 Northern Arkansas CC............................. 2-6 Northern Colorado................................... 0-1 Oklahoma Baptist..................................... 1-4 Oral Roberts University.............................. 2-0 Ouachita Baptist University..................... 18-7 Peru State.................................................. 1-0 Philander Smith..........................................19-2 Pittsburg State University.......................... 1-2 Rhema Bible College............................... 7-0 Rhodes College........................................ 4-1 Rockhurst College.................................... 1-1 Rust College.............................................. 7-3 Schreiner University................................... 11-3 Shawnee College..................................... 0-1 Southern Arkansas University................... 15-7 Southern Nazarene University................. 0-1 Southwest Baptist University..................... 1-1 Sul Ross State............................................. 12-7 2001 Tennessee Temple• University................... 0-1 Marcos Gonzalez (1st Team) Texas Lutheran University......................... 8-5 UA-Little Rock............................................ 3-5 • 2002 UA-Monticello........................................... 11-23 Aaron Coats (2nd Team) UA-Pine Bluff.............................................. 19-13 Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) University of Dallas.................................... 10-4 University of Mary •Hardin-Baylor............. 3-11 2003 University of Texas-Dallas......................... 14-16 Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) University of Texas-Tyler............................ 8-12 • 2004 Washington College................................. 1-0 Will Brahic (3rd Team) Wayland Baptist College......................... 0-1 Webster..................................................... 1-0 • 2005 Westark Community College.................. 3-0 Lars Nyberg (3rd Team) Westminister.............................................. 3-0 Wiley College............................................ 0-1 • 2006 William Woods College............................ 2-0 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Williams Baptist College........................... 6-0 Jared Gordon (3rd Team) Wittenberg University................................ 0-1 Ryan Skelly (3rd Team) • 2007 Brian Sarber (2nd Team) Darren Clark (3rd Team) • 2008 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Dan De Hart (2nd Team) Shaun Renfro (3rd Team) • 2009 Aaron Brueckner (3rd Team)

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American Southwest Conference The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, is in its second decade of providing quality athletic experiences for its student-athletes, coaches and administrators. Founded in May 1996 to provide a structure for intercollegiate athletics among member institutions, the American Southwest Conference includes former members of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) and other institutions from outside the Texas borders. From the eight founding institutions to today’s present group of 12 colleges and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. The roster of American Southwest Conference members includes Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas and University of Texas at Tyler. ASC championships are conducted in 16 sports (8 men, 8 women). Men’s championships are offered in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and track and field. Women’s championships are offered in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. The American Southwest Conference is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

AT H L E T I C S

Concordia University Texas (Austin, TX) East Texas Baptist University (Marshall, TX) Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, TX) Howard Payne University (Brownwood, TX) LeTourneau University (Longview, TX) Louisiana College (Pineville, LA) University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Belton, TX) Mississippi College (Clinton, MS) University of the Ozarks (Clarksville, AR) Sul Ross State University (Alpine, TX) University of Texas-Dallas (Richardson, TX) University of Texas-Tyler (Tyler, TX)

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University of the Ozarks UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS has approached education with an unyielding search for truth. That search led our founders to establish the first co-educational college west of the Mississippi. It set the stage for the first Arkansas woman to receive a college degree. And because truth often defies convention, ours was the first historically white college in the state to admit AfricanAmericans. Every day, our history inspires Ozarks students to discover their own individual truths.


2013-2014 Schedule

Nov. 22 #Austin College Sherman, TX 7:00 pm Nov. 23 #University of Dallas Sherman, TX 2:00 pm Nov. 26 Hendrix College Home 5:30 pm Nov. 30 *University of Texas-Tyler Home 1:00 pm Dec. 2 *East Texas Baptist University Home 5:30 pm Dec. 5 *Hardin-Simmons University Home 5:30 pm Dec. 7 *University of Texas-Dallas Home 1:00 pm Dec. 14 *University of Texas-Tyler Tyler, TX 1:00 pm Dec. 19 *LeTourneau University Home 1:00 pm Jan. 2 *Howard Payne University Brownwood, TX 5:30 pm Jan. 4 *Sul Ross State University Alpine, TX 1:00 pm Jan. 9 *Concordia University Texas Austin, TX 5:30 pm Jan. 11 *University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton, TX 1:00 pm Jan. 16 *Louisiana College Home 5:30 pm Jan. 18 *Mississippi College Home 1:00 pm Jan. 23 *University of Texas-Dallas Richardson, TX 5:30 pm Jan. 25 *Hardin-Simmons University Abilene, TX 1:00 pm Jan. 30 *LeTourneau University Longview, TX 5:30 pm Feb. 1 *East Texas Baptist University Marshall, TX 1:00 pm Feb. 6 *Sul Ross State University Home 5:30 pm Feb. 8 *Howard Payne University Home 1:00 pm Feb. 13 *University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Home 5:30 pm Feb. 15 ^*Concordia University Texas Home 1:00 pm Feb. 20 *Mississippi College Clinton, MS 5:30 pm Feb. 22 *Louisiana College Pineville, LA 1:00 pm Feb. 28-Mar 2 ASC Tournament #Austin College Mason Classic *American Southwest Conference Game ^Senior Day, Hall of Fame, Homecoming www.eagles.ozarks.edu

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