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Universit y of the Ozarks

#21 Ashley HIPPS

#12 Bryanna MOLTZ

2015-2016 University of the Ozarks Women’s Basketball


Universit y of the Ozarks Table of Contents

General Information 1 Table of Contents Coaching Staff 2 Head Coach Carl Ramsey 2 Assistant Coach Kourtni Williams 2015-2016 Basketball Preview 3 Preview 4 Roster 2015-2016 Player Profiles 5-11 Player Profiles

2014-2015 Season In Review 12 Final Statistics 12 Results History 13 14-16 17 18

Program Records Honors & Awards Coaching Records All-Time Series Records

NCAA Division III 19 NCAA Division III American Southwest Conference 20 ASC History & Current Members

Location Clarksville, Arkansas (9,251) Founded 1834 Enrollment 650 Nickname Eagles School Colors Purple & Gold Gym Mabee Gymnasium (1,200) National Affiliation NCAA III Conference American Southwest President Richard Dunsworth, JD Athletics Director Jimmy Clark Web Site www.uofoathletics.com Team Information 2014-15 Overall Record 2014-15 Conference Record/Finish Home/Away/Neutral 2014-15 Postseason Returning Starters/Lost Lettermen Returning/Lost Newcomers

11-15 7-13 (8th ASC) 7-5/3-10/1-0 1st Round 3/2 9/5 6

Coaching Staff Head Coach Carl Ramsey (7th season) Record at School 66-87 (6 seasons) Office Phone 479-979-1325 E-mail cramsey@ozarks.edu Alma Mater, Yr. Ozarks, ‘79 Assistant Coach Kourtni Williams (2nd season) Alma Mater, Yr. Mid-America Christian University, ‘13 Office Phone 479-979-1325 E-mail kwilliams@ozarks.edu Sports Information Sports Information Director Josh Peppas Email jpeppas@ozarks.edu Office Phone 479-979-1483 Cell Phone 479-746-1264 Director of Video Technology Ryan West

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances

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Coaching Staff

Carl Ramsey Head Coach Carl Ramsey begins his seventh season as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at the University of the Ozarks. Ramsey has guided four of his teams to the post-season and has coached four players on the prestigious Academic All-District Team during his tenure. Ramsey turned a struggling program into a contender in just his second year at Ozarks. Ramsey’s team qualified for the playoffs and posted the program’s first winning record in nearly a decade in year two, orchestrating a seven-game improvement from the previous season. For his accomplishments, Ramsey was voted the American Southwest Conference East Division Coach of the Year. His winning style quickly earned him the reputation as one of the premier strategists in the conference. Since his arrival at Ozarks, his teams have consistently been among the top three-point shooting teams in the conference and in NCAA III. Ramsey’s post-season prowess has been fueled on the defensive end. His teams are known for their defensive pressure, including a stifling man-to-man defense. He has had a combined 14 players earn AllConference honors and five earn All-Freshmen Team honors the past six years. 32 of his players have been on the ASC All-Academic Team during his tenure. One player was named a national Academic AllAmerican following the 2011-12 season. Another player was named the ASC East Division Preseason Player of the Year. Ramsey made the jump to his alma mater after building one of the top high school girl’s basketball programs in Arkansas. 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. At Lamar, he was voted the Conference Coach of the Year 10 times and was a fivetime KARV Dream Team Coach of the Year honoree. 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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Kourtni Williams Assistant Coach Kourtni Williams begins her second season as the assistant coach after helping the program to a playoff appearance in 2014-2015. Under Williams’ guidance, Ozarks was among the best shooting teams in the American Southwest Conference. Williams, a native of Fayetteville, Ark., played at NAIA Mid-America Christian University (MACU) in Oklahoma City from 2011-2013 where she earned All-America honors her senior season. Following the 2012-13 season, Williams earned NAIA AllAmerica, NCCAA All-America and All-Conference honors for MACU. Additionally, she was named to the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete Team and Sooner Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. Williams, who averaged 17.2 points per game her senior campaign, was also team captain and helped the Evangels to its first-ever national ranking. Prior to MACU, Williams played two seasons at NCAA Division II Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Mo. Williams has done volunteer work for the Boys and Girls Club, Yvonne Richardson Community Center, Oklahoma Food Bank and Bolivar Intermediate School. Williams graduated from MACU in 2013 with a degree in marketing.

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances


Universit y of the Ozarks 2015-2016 Preview

Eagles Primed For Playoff Run The women’s basketball team enters the 20152016 season primed for another post-season run behind a talented and experienced squad under the direction of veteran head coach Carl Ramsey. Ozarks qualified for the playoffs for the fourth time under Ramsey last season, posting a 11-15 overall record and a 7-13 conference mark. Ozarks loss in the first round left a bitter taste in his team’s mouth. “Qualifying for the playoffs is one thing, but we want to finish higher up in the tournament,” said Ramsey. “And we would like to finish higher up during the regular season to receive a higher playoff seed. That is why it is so important not to look ahead in this league. We need to take it one game at a time.” Fueled by four returning starters, Ozarks’ roster includes size, speed and outside shooting ability. Ramsey expects the competition for playing time to be fierce. “Everyone has a chance to grab one of the five starting spots,” he said. “No one can become complacent. I expect it to be competitive.” Ozarks returning starters include All-Conference performers Ashley Hipps and Bryanna Moltz. Hipps, a Ashley Hipps senior point guard, was Honorable Mention All-Conference, while Moltz earned Second Team honors. “Madison is a work horse,” said Ramsey. “She Guard Madison Sherrer was named to the Conferbrings a lot to the table with her intensity. Macie ence All-Freshman Team. plays extremely hard and Tyler produced a solid The versatile 6-foot-2 Moltz produced a breakout season.” season her sophomore campaign, ranking fourth in Ramsey would like to see his team’s defense and the conference in scoring (14.6), fourth in rebounding rebounding improve throughout the season. (8.0), seventh in field goal percentage (38%), third in “Our defense needs to improve,” he said. “It is an three-point percentage (35.5%), fourth in three-pointongoing process. A lot of the kids we are counting ers made per game (2.0) and second in blocks (2.4). on haven’t played a lot of man to man, so we are “To be 6-foot-2 and step outside and shoot the teaching technique. They need to compete hard ball is a great asset for our team,” said Ramsey. “She every day in practice in order to compete hard in has tremendous range. And her ability to post up games. In the last few years, we have been at the makes her difficult to guard. We need to take adbottom in offensive rebounding. We just don’t undervantage of that. She is so versatile.” stand the importance of getting that second and Hipps ranked twelfth in the league in scoring third shot. We have no excuse with our size and the (11.7), fourth in assists (4.0) and fifth in three-pointers quickness of our guards.” made (1.9). She also averaged 4.9 rebounds per game and hit 49-of-127 (38%) from the three-point line. Hipps has 238 career assists, ranking her among the top-15 in program history. “Ashley is one of our captains,” he said. “I depend on her for leadership. I think she is playing her best basketball right now.” Sherrer averaged 8.4 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game. Sophomore forward Tyler Adams started in 17 games a year ago and averaged nearly five points and five rebounds per game. Sophomore guard Macie Kultgen played in all 26 games last season. 50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances

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2015-16 Roster No. Name

Position

Height

Class-Exp.

Hometown/Previous School

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Libby Nepivoda

Guard

5-7

Sr.-3L

Lamar, Ark. (Lamar HS)

2

Hailey Ostrander

Guard

5-6

Fr.-HS

Alma, Ark. (Alma HS)

4

Karlee Henson

Guard

5-7

Jr.-1L

Mulberry, Ark. (Mulberry HS)

10 Sarah Scroggins

Forward

5-10

Jr.-HS

Oark, Ark. (Oark HS)

12 Bryanna Moltz

Forward

6-2

Jr.-2L

Sheridan, Ark. (Sheridan HS)

14 Macie Kultgen

Guard

5-6

So.-1L

Prairie Grove, Ark. (Prairie Grove HS)

15 Makara Frazier

Guard

5-5

Fr.-HS

Camden, Ark. (Smackover HS)

20 Diamond Goodwyn

Forward

5-11

Fr.-HS

Gladewater, Texas (Gladewater HS)

21 Ashley Hipps

Guard

5-6

Sr.-3L

Greenland, Ark. (Greenland HS)

22 Rose Robinson

Forward

6-1

So.-Tr.

Huntsville, Ark. (Huntsville HS/Arkansas Tech)

25 Anisha Johnson

Guard

5-8

So.-1L

Little Rock, Ark. (Robinson HS)

30 Roseanna Ezell

Forward

5-9

So.-1L

Quitman, Ark. (Quitman HS)

32 Bailey Albertson

Guard

5-5

Fr.-HS

Blue Eye, Mo. (Blue Eye HS)

33 Tyler Adams

Forward

5-10

So.-1L

Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside HS)

35 Madison Sherrer

Guard

5-6

So.-1L

Mena, Ark. (Mena HS)

Head Coach: Carl Ramsey Assistant Coach: Kourtni Williams Student Assistant Coach: Keaton Ramsey

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50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances


Universit y of the Ozarks Player Profiles

#21 Ashley Hipps

#1 Libby Nepivoda

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

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

2014-2015: Named to the ASC Honorable Mention All-Conference Team. Started in all 26 games and ranked twelfth in the league in scoring (11.7), fourth in assists (4.0) and fifth in threepointers made (1.9). Averaged 4.9 rebounds per game. Hit 49-of-127 (38%) from the three-point line and made at least two three’s 12 times. Scored in double figures 17 times. Made more than 50 percent of her three-point shots against 11 opponents. Against East Texas Baptist December 11, drilled 8-of13 from the three-point line and scored 26 points. Had 15 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists against Louisiana College Jan. 17. Had 4 steals against Hardin-Simmons. Missed just two shots from the floor and scored 15 points against Mary Hardin-Baylor. Over a four-game conference stretch hit 12 three-pointers. Had a pair of double-doubles during the year. Dished out four or more assists 15 times. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2013-2014: Started in all 26 games, averaging 9.5 points and 3.3 assists per game. Also averaged 1.0 steals and 3.8 rebounds per game. Led the team in assists (87) and ranked second in steals (28). Among ASC players, ranked twenty-sixth in scoring, sixth in assists and eighth in assist-to-turnover ratio. Shot 32 percent from the three-point line. Scored in double figures 12 times. Scored 23 points on 9-of-12 shooting from the field against Sul Ross State. Scored 15 points and had 9 rebounds against Howard Payne. Was perfect from the free throw line in seven games. Dished out 8 assists against Mississippi College. Hit a trio of three-pointers against five opponents. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 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. Made the All-State Tournament and KURM Dream Team.

2014-2015: Played in 16 games. Hit a three-pointer against Sul Ross and University of Dallas. Made all of her free throws against two different opponents. Scored 6 points in season-opener against Dallas Christian. Recorded 4 rebounds in two different games. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2013-2014: Played in 8 games. Scored 4 points against Louisiana College. Member of the ASC AllAcademic Team. 2012-13: Played in 9 games and scored 8 points. Went 2-of-2 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 three-point 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

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

14-15 16-0 18-1.1 13-.8 1-.1 3-.2 1-.1 4-8-50.0

2-6-33.3 8-14-57.1

13-14 8-0

4-0.5

2-0.3

3-0.4 1-0.1 0-0.0 2-7-28.6

0-4-00.0 0-0-00.0

12-13

8-0.9

8-0.9

3-.33 0-.00 1-.11 2-8-25.0

0-4-00.0 4-4-1.000

9-0

Career 33-0 30-0.9 23-.69 7-.21 4-.12 2-.06 8-23-34.7

2-14-14.2 12-18-66.6

Hipps’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

14-15

26-26 303-11.7 127-4.9 103-4.0 24-.9

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

4-.2

107-285-37.5 49-127-38.6 40-64-62.5

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

13-14 26-26 247-9.5 99-3.8 87-3.3 28-1.1 5-0.2 85-235-36.2 25-89-32.6 48-73-65.8 12-13

25-2 96-3.8

48-1.9 48-1.9 11-.44 0-.00 33-92-35.9

15-47-31.9 15-22-68.2

Career 77-54 646-8.3 274-3.5 238-2.6 63-.77 9-0.1 225-612-36.7 89-263-33.8 103-159-64.7

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances

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Player Profiles

#25 Anisha Johnson

#12 Bryanna Moltz

So. - Guard - 5-8 Little Rock, Ark. Robinson HS

Jr. - Forward - 6-2 Sheridan, Ark. Sheridan HS

2014-2015: Did not play due to injury. 2013-2014: Played in all 26 games, averaging 3.0 points and 1.5 rebounds per game. Dished out 23 assists. Scored 13 points on 5-of-7 shooting from the field against Hendrix College. Had 4 assists against Louisiana College. Grabbed 9 rebounds and scored 9 points against Sul Ross State. Robinson HS: Averaged 12.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior. Named AllConference, All-Metro and Metro MVP her senior campaign. Johnson’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

14-15 DNP 13-14

26-0 78-3.0 40-1.5 0.9

0.6 0.0 28-76-36.8 1-15-6.7 21-35-60.0

Career 26-0 78-3.0 40-1.5 0.9

0.6 0.0 28-76-36.8 1-15-6.7 21-35-60.0

2014-2015: Named to the All-Conference Second Team. Named school’s Female Athlete of the Year. Ranked fourth in the conference in scoring (14.6), fourth in rebounding (8.0), seventh in field goal percentage (38%), third in three-point percentage (35.5%), fourth in three-pointers made per game (2.0) and second in blocks (2.4). Started in 25 games and scored in double figures 21 times. Hit a threepointer in 21 of 25 games, including nailing five against Louisiana College January 17. Recorded three or more threepointers in nine games. Against Hardin-Simmons January 22, hit 4 three-pointers, scored 23 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and recorded 5 blocked shots. Had 6 blocks against three different opponents. Had 10 defensive rebounds twice. Recorded 11 rebounds and scored 22 points against Sul Ross. Had 3 steals on two occasions. Recorded 10 rebounds, 6 blocks and 5 assists against Texas-Dallas. Scored in double figures 13 straight games. Ended the year with six doubledoubles. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2013-2014: Played in all 26 games and finished the year averaging 4.9 points and 3.7 rebounds per game. Totaled 20 steals and 34 assists. Scored 11 points against two different opponents. Grabbed 9 rebounds against Howard Payne. Dished out 5 assists against Austin College. Hit 3-of-4 from the three-point line against Louisiana College. Went 5-of-6 from the field and scored 11 points against Concordia University Texas. Was perfect from the free throw line six times. 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. Moltz’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

14-15

25-25 366-14.6 200-8.0 45-1.8 24-1.0 60-2.4 131-345-38.0 50-141-35.5 54-74-73.0

13-14 26-0

REB-AVG AST

127-4.9 95-3.7

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

34-1.3 20-0.8 20-0.8 41-125-32.8 14-54-25.9 31-45-68.9

Career 51-25 493-9.6 295-5.7 79-1.5 44-0.8 80-1.5 172-470-36.5 64-195-32.8 85-119-71.4

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Player Profiles #30 Roseanna Ezell

#33 Tyler Adams

So. - Forward - 5-9 Quitman, Ark. Quitman HS

So. - Forward - 5-10 Fort Smith, Ark. Northside HS

2014-2015: Played in 26 games with 17 starts, averaging 4.8 points and 4.9 rebounds per game. Hit 5-of-8 from the field and 5-of-6 from the free throw line to score 15 points against Mary Hardin-Baylor. Also had 10 rebounds in that game to record her first doubledouble. Made 7-of-9 from the free throw line en route to scoring 15 points against Barclay College. Opened her collegiate career by grabbing 10 rebounds against Dallas Christian. Dished out 5 assists against East Texas Baptist Jan. 29. Pulled down 10 rebounds in three different games. Had 4 blocks against Louisiana College Feb. 19. Northside HS: Helped team to a state championship her junior season. Adams’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

14-15 26-17 125-4.8 127-4.9 22-.8 17-.7 15-.6 45-126-35.7 0-1-00.0

35-49-71.4

Career 26-17 125-4.8 127-4.9 22-.8

35-49-71.4

17-.7 15-.6 45-126-35.7 0-1-00.0

2014-2015: Played in 20 games and shot a team-high 51 percent from the field. Averaged 4.1 points and 3.0 rebounds per game. Made 23-of-25 of her free throw attempts for a team-best 92 percent. Hit 5-of-6 from the field and 6-of-6 from the free throw line to score 16 points against Howard Payne. Also had 6 rebounds in that game. Had a 13-point effort against Texas-Dallas. Made every field goal attempt in four different games. Hit at least 50 percent of her shots from the floor in 12 games. Quitman HS: Averaged 18.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game as a senior. Scored a seasonhigh 38 points in one game her senior campaign. Earned All-Conference four times during her prep career. Helped team to a district championship as a freshman and co-conference championship as a sophomore. Led team to three appearances in the regional tournament. Ezell’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

14-15 20-0 81-4.1 59-3.0 6-.3 1-.1 2-.1 29-56-51.8 0-2-00.0 23-25-92.0 Career 20-0

81-4.1

59-3.0

6-.3

1-.1

2-.1

29-56-51.8

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances

0-2-00.0

23-25-92.0

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Player Profiles

#14 Macie Kultgen

#4 Karlee Henson

So. - Guard - 5-6 Prairie Grove, Ark. Prairie Grove HS

Jr. - Guard - 5-7 Mulberry, Ark. Mulberry HS

2014-2015: Played in 11 games. Scored 5 points against Texas-Tyler in playoff game. Hit all three of her free throw attempts in that game. Grabbed 2 rebounds against Barclay. Mulberry HS: Averaged 9.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game as a senior. Hit 43 percent of her three-point attempts her senior campaign. Named All-Region once and All-District three times during prep career. Named an academic athlete four times. Helped team to a regional and conference championship during prep career. Henson’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

14-15 11-0 7-.6

3-.3

3-.3 1-.1 1-.1 2-12-16.7

0-1-00.0 3-3-100.0

Career 11-0

3-.3

3-.3

0-1-00.0

7-.6

1-.1

1-.1

2-12-16.7

3-3-100.0

2014-2015: Played in all 26 games averaging over 2 points and 2 rebounds per game. Scored 6 points in her debut against Dallas Christian. Made all of her free throw attempts in three different games. Pulled down 8 rebounds against Mary Hardin-Baylor. Averaged nearly 4 rebounds per game her final 9 games. Prairie Grove HS: Averaged 10.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior. Named AllConference her junior and senior year. Helped team to four state tournament appearances, including two state title games, during her prep career. Helped team win a district, conference and regional championship during career. Kultgen’s Career Statistics Year

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GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

14-15 26-0 54-2.1 54-2.1 9-.3

6-.2 1-.03 18-68-26.5 2-20-10.0 16-24-66.7

Career 26-0

6-.2

54-2.1

54-2.1

9-.3

1-.03 18-68-26.5

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances

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Player Profiles

#35 Madison Sherrer So. - 5-6 - Guard Mena, Ark. Mena HS

2014-2015: Named to the ASC All-Freshman Team. Started in 20 games and played in all 26. Averaged 8.4 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game. Hit 49-of-61 from the three throw line for a 80.2 percentage. Against Louisiana College February 19, had a season-high 18 points to go along with 6 assists. Had 6 assists against five different opponents. Scored in double figures nine times. Hit 7-of-12 from the floor to score 14 points against Hardin-Simmons. Did not miss a free throw in 11 different games. Pulled down 12 rebounds against East Texas Baptist. Dished out 6 assists against five opponents. Had at least 3 assists ten times. Mena HS: Averaged 10.0 points, 3.5 assists, 2.5 steals and 4.5 rebounds per game her senior season. Named All-State as a senior and All-District her sophomore and junior year. Helped team to a conference runner-up finish her senior campaign. Sherrer’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

14-15 26-20 219-8.4 102-3.9 71-2.7 16-.6 3-.1 80-206-38.8 10-44-22.7 49-61-80.3 Career 26-20 219-8.4 102-3.9 71-2.7 16-.6 3-.1

80-206-38.8 10-44-22.7 49-61-80.3

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances

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Player Profiles

#32 Bailey Albertson Fr. - 5-5 - Guard Blue Eye, Mo. Blue Eye HS

Blue Eye HS: Averaged 12.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game her senior season. Named First Team All-District, Second Team AllConference and Tri-Lakes All-Area Team as a senior. Also named to an All-Star Game. Earned First Team All-District, Second Team All-Conference, Reed Springs All-Tournament Team and Tri-Lakes All-Area as a junior. Helped team to the Blue Eye Invitational Championship back-to-back years.

#15 Makara Frazier Fr. - 5-5 - Guard Camden, Ark. Smackover HS

Smackover HS: Averaged 13.6 points, 6.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game as a senior. Named to the News Time All-Area Second Team. Was Female Athlete of the Year twice during prep career. Named team MVP as a junior.

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#20 Diamond Goodwyn Fr. - 5-11 - Forward Gladewater, Texas Gladewater HS

Gladewater HS: Averaged 17.0 points and 9.5 rebounds per game as a senior. Named First Team All-District and All East Texas Honorable Mention Team MVP her senior season. Earned First Team All-District and All East Texas Honorable Mention as a junior.

#2 Hailey Ostrander Fr. - 5-6 - Forward Alma, Ark. Alma HS

Alma HS: Averaged 10.5 points, 5.5 steals and 4.0 assists per game as a senior. Three-time All-Conference performer. Earned All-State her junior season. Named to the All State Tournament Team twice during prep career. Earned a spot on the Radio City Dream Team as a sophomore and junior. Played in the top-25 camp her junior and senior year. Helped team to the state tournament as a junior. Team won the Crawford County Tournament and Airedale Classic during prep career.

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances


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Player Profiles

#22 Rose Robinson So. - 6-1 - Forward Huntsville, Ark. Huntsville HS

Huntsville HS: Averaged 14.0 points per game as a senior. Earned All-State in basketball and volleyball her senior and junior season.

#10 Sarah Scroggins Jr. - 5-10 - Forward Oark, Ark. Oark HS

Oark HS: Lettered in basketball.

50 All-Conference Players | 6 Academic All-District Performers | 77 Conference All-Academic Team Members | 9 Playoff Appearances

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2014-15 Stats/Results Taylor Farmer Bryanna Moltz Ashley Hipps Jordana Andrews Madison Sherrer Tyler Adams Roseanna Ezell Brittanie Gragg Macie Kultgen Victoria Mandrell Annabel Fidler Libby Nepivoda Leah Holoway Karlee Henson Total Opponents

GP-GS 10-10 25-25 26-26 26-26 26-20 26-17 20-0 26-0 26-0 5-0 22-6 16-0 7-0 11-0 26-26 26-26

Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 309-30.9 63-124 50.8 799-32.0 131-345 38.0 849-32.7 107-285 37.5 872-33.5 84-234 35.9 735-28.3 80-206 38.8 536-20.6 45-126 35.7 251-12.6 29-56 51.8 300-11.5 28-90 31.1 252-9.7 18-68 26.5 22-4.4 2-4 50.0 151-6.9 11-38 28.9 61-3.8 4-8 50.0 19-2.7 0-1 0.0 45-4.1 2-12 16.7 5201 604-1597 37.8 5201 666-1787 37.3

3FG-A Pct FT-FTA 1-1 100.0 36-68 50-141 35.5 54-74 49-127 38.6 40-64 40-115 34.8 61-72 10-44 22.7 49-61 0-1 0.0 35-49 0-2 0.0 23-25 3-22 13.6 26-32 2-20 10.0 16-24 0-2 0.0 3-4 0-5 0.0 8-17 2-6 33.3 8-14 0-0 - 5-6 0-1 0.0 3-3 157-487 32.2 367-513 161-521 30.9 361-559

Pct Off Def 52.9 29 64 73.0 43 157 62.5 13 114 84.7 21 84 80.3 40 62 71.4 40 87 92.0 20 39 81.3 20 20 66.7 20 34 75.0 2 1 47.1 6 8 57.1 4 9 83.3 1 4 100.0 1 2 71.5 323 792 64.6 457 766

Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 93 9.3 25 2 8 29 14 18 163 16.3 200 8.0 90 6 45 45 60 24 366 14.6 127 4.9 46 0 103 72 4 24 303 11.7 105 4.0 43 0 72 48 6 33 269 10.3 102 3.9 64 3 71 56 3 16 219 8.4 127 4.9 62 3 22 33 15 17 125 4.8 59 3.0 21 0 6 16 2 1 81 4.1 40 1.5 29 1 21 38 1 14 85 3.3 54 2.1 19 0 9 17 1 6 54 2.1 3 0.6 1 0 0 1 0 1 7 1.4 14 0.6 21 0 6 18 1 3 30 1.4 13 0.8 3 0 1 4 1 3 18 1.1 5 0.7 3 0 0 4 1 0 5 0.7 3 0.3 3 0 3 3 1 1 7 0.6 1115 42.9 430 - 367 413 110 161 1732 66.6 1223 47.0 432 - 378 327 78 236 1854 71.3

2014-2015 Results Nov. 17 Dallas Christian W 78-42 Nov. 21 vs. Centenary College W 85-52 Nov. 22 at Univ. of Dallas L 78-60 Nov. 29 at *Texas-Tyler L 96-59 Dec. 1 Crowley’s Ridge College W 73-52 Dec. 4 *Texas-Dallas L 61-38 Dec. 6 *Hardin-Simmons W 58-53 Dec. 11 *at East Texas Baptist W 92-80 Dec. 13 *Texas-Tyler L 88-62 Dec. 19 *at LeTourneau W 75-63 Jan. 3 *Sul Ross State L 71-61 Jan. 5 *Howard Payne W 64-61 Jan. 8 *Mary Hardin-Baylor W 69-61 Jan. 10 *Concordia L 61-48 Jan. 13 at Barclay College W 79-51 Jan. 17 *at Louisiana College L 81-78 Jan. 22 *at Hardin-Simmons L 88-79 Jan. 24 *at Texas-Dallas L 72-59 Jan. 29 *East Texas Baptist W 78-69 Jan. 31 *LeTourneau L 86-66 Feb. 5 *at Howard Payne L 75-64 Feb. 7 *at Sul Ross State L 66-52 Feb. 12 *at Concordia L 68-57 Feb. 14 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 85-57 Feb. 19 *Louisiana College W 88-81 Feb. 26 %at Texas-Tyler L 113-53 * Conference %American Southwest Conference Tournament

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

Alicia Haney

Lori Myers

Career Leaders

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

Penni Peppas

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)

Becky Stoltenberg

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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 2014-15 Bryanna Moltz (2nd) 2013-14 Taylor Farmer (3rd) 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 2014-15 Ashley Hipps 2013-14 Kindra Davis 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

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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-Freshman Team 2014-15 Madison Sherrer 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 2014-15 Jordana Andrews 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

Sabrina Goddard

Christie Shuffield

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

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 Jordana Andrews Annabel Fidler RaShelle Goldman Ashley Hipps Libby Nepivoda Jordana Andrew Annabel Fidler Karlee Henson Ashley Hipps Bryanna Moltz Libby Nepivoda

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

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 1992-93 Missi Boroughs 1988-89 Alicia Queen 1987-88 Alicia Queen AIC All-Freshman Team 1991-92 Alicia Haney 1989-90 Moleta Watson 1988-89 Beverly Holgrefe

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

Penni Peppas

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Coaching Records

Year Coach 2014-2015 Carl Ramsey 2013-2014 Carl Ramsey 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 15 .423 10 16 .384 11 14 .440 13 13 .500 14 12 .538 7 17 .291 66 87 .431

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 9 475

13 11 7 31 499

.277 .083 .300 .225 .487

Jack Jones

Kelly Stutz

Christina Jost

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

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).

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Series Records

Arkansas Baptist........................................ 26-4 Arkansas State........................................... 0-1 Arkansas State at Beebe..........................9-0 Arkansas Tech University.......................... 1-41 Austin College........................................... 7-16 Bacone College....................................... 1-1 Baptist Christian........................................ 2-0 Barclay College........................................ 1-0 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.................................. 5-1 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...................... 3-10 Concordia College.................................. 1-1 Crowley’s Ridge........................................ 1-0 Culver Stockton State.............................. 1-0 Dallas Christian.......................................... 1-0 Dillard University........................................ 1-0 East Central University.............................. 1-0 East Texas Baptist University..................... 11-24 Ecclesia College....................................... 2-1 Evangel College....................................... 2-2 Freed-Hardeman College....................... 1-4 Garland County Community College... 7-4 Hardin-Simmons University....................... 5-18 Harding University..................................... 21-10 Harris Stowe State..................................... 1-0 Hendrix College........................................ 10-13 Henderson State University...................... 10-9 High Point College.................................... 1-0 Howard Payne University......................... 10-17 John Brown University............................... 27-9 John Carroll University.............................. 0-1 Langston University................................... 0-1 LeTourneau University............................... 18-16 Lindenwood College............................... 1-1 Louisiana College..................................... 7-22 Lyon College............................................. 17-14 McNeese State......................................... 0-1 McMurry University.................................... 5-11 Marian College......................................... 1-0

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Mid-America Nazarene........................... 0-2 Mississippi College.................................... 10-24 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............................................. 14-9 Tennessee Temple University................... 0-1 Texas Lutheran University......................... 8-5 UA-Little Rock............................................ 3-5 UA-Monticello........................................... 11-23 UA-Pine Bluff.............................................. 19-13 University of Dallas.................................... 10-6 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor............. 4-15 University of Texas-Dallas......................... 14-20 University of Texas-Tyler............................ 8-17 Washington College................................. 1-0 Wayland Baptist College......................... 0-1 Webster..................................................... 1-0 Westark Community College.................. 3-0 Westminister.............................................. 3-0 Wiley College............................................ 0-1 William Woods College............................ 2-0 Williams Baptist College........................... 6-0 Wittenberg University................................ 0-1

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NCA A III

Discover University of the Ozarks student-athletes are encouraged to pursue their interests and passions beyond the classroom and field of play...to discover themselves. Develop University of the Ozarks provides an environment that encourages student-athletes to develop into well-rounded adults. Small class sizes, the ability to participate in more than one sport, and an emphasis on participating activities outside of the classroom are all hallmarks of the NCAA Division III experience.

University of the Ozarks is a member of the NCAA Division III and the American Southwest Conference. We are a small, private, nationally acclaimed and accredited university with a “whole-student” focus. We consider athletics a huge part of developing potential for our student-athletes. We’ll offer you the support you need to win, both academically and competitively. At U of O, you’ll play the sport you love while finding the direction you need.

Dedicate University of the Ozarks expects student-athletes to dedicate themselves to achieving their potential. Student-athletes must manage their busy schedules, keep up with class work and face the same challenges as the rest of the student-body.

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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 13 college and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. The roster of American Southwest Conference members includes Belhaven University, Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, McMurry University, 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.

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Universit y of the Ozarks 2015-2016 Schedule

NOVEMBER 13 Fri 17 Tues 20 Fri 23 Mon DECEMBER 1 Tues 5 Sat JANUARY 2 Sat 4 Mon 7 Thurs 9 Sat 14 Thurs 16 Sat 18 Mon 21 Thurs 23 Sat 26 Tues 30 Sat FEBRUARY 1 Mon 4 Thurs 8 Mon 11 Thurs 13 Sat 18 Thurs 20 Sat 25-27 Thurs-Sat

Southwestern Adventist Dallas Christian College Bacone College Williams Baptist College

Broken Arrow, Okla. Home Muskogee, Okla. Walnut Ridge, Ark.

1:00 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 6:00 pm

Bacone College *UT Dallas

Home Home

5:30 pm 1:00 pm

*Sul Ross State University *Howard Payne University McMurry University *Hardin-Simmons University *LeTourneau University *UT-Tyler *University of Mary Hardin-Baylor *Louisiana College *East Texas Baptist University Rust College Belhaven University

Home Home Abilene, Texas Abilene, Texas Home Home Belton, Texas Pineville, La. Marshall, Texas Home Jackson, Miss.

1:00 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 1:00 pm 5:30 pm 1:00 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 1:00 pm 6:30 pm 1:00 pm

*UT Dallas Richardson, Texas Belhaven University Home *Concordia University Texas Austin, Texas *East Texas Baptist University Home *^Louisiana College Home *UT-Tyler Tyler, Texas *LeTourneau University Longview, Texas American Southwest Conference Tournament

5:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 1:00 pm 5:30 pm 1:00 pm TBA

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