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2009-2010 Media Guide

University of the Ozarks


UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS INTRODUCTION

| TABLE OF CONTENTS |

Savannah Carter

Ally Goddard

Kristyn Shinn

University of the Ozarks Location. . . . . . . . .Clarksville, Arkansas (7,719) Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1834 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 650 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lady Eagles School Colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Purple & Gold Gym. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mabee Gymnasium Mabee Gym Capacity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1700 National Affiliation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA III Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . American Southwest President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Rick Niece Athletic Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy Clark Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.ozarks.edu

General Information Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Sports Information Contact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Media Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Media Coverage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

2008-09 Season Review 2008-09 Final Statistics & Results. . . . . . . . . . .17 2008-09 Season In Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 American Southwest Conference Review. .19

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-20 2008-09 Conference Record . . .3-17 (7th ASC) Home/Away/Neutral. . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7/1-12/0-1 Postseason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Did not qualify Returning Starters/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/9 Newcomers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 History of the Program First Season of NCAA III . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 All-Time NCAA III record . . . . . . 137-185 (.425) All-Time record . . . . . . . . . . . . 409-412 (.498) Winning Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 NCAA Tournament Appearances. . . . . . . . . . 0 ASC Tournament Appearances . . . . . . . . 4 ASC Titles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97, 2001-02 Coaching Staff Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carl Ramsey Alma Mater, Yr. . .College of the Ozarks, 1979 Record at School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st season Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479.979.1325 E-Mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cramsey@ozarks.edu Assistant Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alex Holland E-mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aholl538@ozarks.edu Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479.979.1325 Sports Information Staff Sports Information Director . . . . .Josh Peppas Alma Mater. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Univ. of the Ozarks, ‘00 Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479.979.1483 Home Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479.670.3781 Cell Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479.647.0415 E-mail Address. . . . . . . . . . jpeppas@ozarks.edu Assistant SID. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Daniel Gallegos Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479.979.1483 Cell Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 501.442.2930 Student Assistant SID . . . . . . . . . .Emalee Pearson Chief Athletic Photographer . . . . . . .Zach Doty

Administration & Staff Dr. Rick Niece, President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Jimmy Clark, Athletic Director. . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Chad Floyd, Head Athletic Trainer. . . . . . . . 3 Staff Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Coaching Staff Head Coach Carl Ramsey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Assistant Coach Alex Holland. . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 2009-10 Basketball Preview 2009-10 Team Preview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2009-10 Team Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2009-10 Team Picture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2009-10 Player Profiles Senior Profiles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10 Savannah Carter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Kristyn Shinn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Junior Profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Ally Goddard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Sophomore Profiles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-15 Sabrina Goddard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Ashley Teague . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Alison Villines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 April Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Newcomer Profiles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Alexa Booth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Chelsea Glasscock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Ariel Henderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Lindsey Louks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Jordan Patton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

2009-10 Opponents 2009-10 Opponent Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Women’s Basketball History Career Scoring Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Career Rebounding Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Career Assist Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Game Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Season Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Miscellaneous Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Honors & Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Coaching Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 All-Time Series Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Year-By-Year Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-26 All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-28 American Southwest Conference ASC Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 ASC Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 This Is Ozarks Campus Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Academic Excellence. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Student Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Media Guide Credits Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Peppas Assistant Editors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emalee Pearson, Daniel Gallegos Layout & Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Peppas Cover Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Kemp Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zach Doty, Ozarks Public Relations Office Desktop Publishing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adobe InDesign CS3/Photoshop CS3 Print Production. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MultiAd (Illinois) The 2009-2010 women’s basketball media guide is a publication produced by the Sports Information Office annually. The cover photo was taken by Mike Kemp. The layout and design was done by Josh Peppas. To receive a free copy of the media guide, e-mail Sports Information Director Josh Peppas at jpeppas@ozarks.edu or phone him at 479-979-1483.

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| MEDIA INFORMATION | Daniel Gallegos Assistant SID

Josh Peppas Sports Information Director Josh Peppas is in his ninth year as Sports Information Director at Ozarks. He additionally serves as the Assistant to the Director of Athletics. Peppas is responsible for the dayto-day operations of the Sports Information Office, including maintaining the athletic web site and promoting Ozarks’ ten sports. He is an active member of College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). Peppas has had a combined seven media guides earn “Best in the Nation” citations from CoSIDA the past two years. The cover of the 2008 women’s soccer media guide was named the nation’s best in its category. The 2009 baseball media guide was voted the top NCAA III guide in the nation. Peppas also produces Eagle Insider, a quarterly alumni E-Magazine for the athletic department. A native of Ozark, Ark., he earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ozarks in 2000. He and his wife, Kelli, are the parents of Brant (4) and Brayden (1). Zach Doty Chief Photographer Zach Doty is in his second year as the chief athletic department photographer. Doty, of Andrews, Texas, is a sophomore strategic communications/marketing major. Doty is a member of the cross country team, Vice President of membership in Phi Beta Lambda and made the Dean’s List. Prior to Ozarks, Doty worked at a Waco, Texas, ABC television affiliate and operated his professional freelance studio in Waco. Sports Information Office: Josh Peppas, SID jpeppas@ozarks.edu Office: 479.979.1483 Cell: 479.647.0415 Home: 479.670.3781

Daniel Gallegos is in his third year as the assistant sports information director at Ozarks. In addition to his assistance with the day-to-day operations of the Sports Information Office, he is the primary contact for baseball. He produces Ozarks All-Access, a weekly video show for the Sports Information Department. He is a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and earned ASC Assistant SID Academic AllConference status last year. Gallegos is the play-by-play announcer for Eagles baseball and softball. He played one season of baseball at Ozarks. A native of Sherwood, Ark., Gallegos is a senior strategic communications major. Coverage Ozarks maintains a comprehensive official athletic department web site. Up-to-date information, including schedules, statistics, rosters and news releases for all ten varsity sports are provided. Biographical information for players and coaches provide in-depth coverage found only on www. ozarks.edu/athletics. In-game Live Stats from Stat Crew has been added to help fans follow games on Ozarks’ web site. Live audio streaming is done for all home basketball games. Media guides for six sports along with general department news, basketball-related links, Aerie Club and Hall of Fame information are found on the site. Credentials Media or photo credentials are not required for admittance to Ozarks basketball games for working media. However, it is requested that media seeking to cover a game contact the Sports Information Director prior to the game to ensure seating at press row. Requests for seating in press row can be made at 479.979.1483 or via e-mail at jpeppas@ozarks.edu.

Zach Doty, Chief Photographer zdoty@ozarks.edu

Press Services Media guides, game programs, rosters, up-to-date results, and statistics are available to working members of the media prior to each home game. Additional information is available by request. An official NCAA box score and play-by-play information may be obtained from the SID approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of the game.

SID Fax: 479-979-1330 Address: 415 College Avenue, Clarksville, AR 72830

Interviews All player and coach interviews must be arranged through the Sports Information Office.

Daniel Gallegos, Assistant SID dgall5946@ozarks.edu Office: 479.979.1483 Cell: 501.442.2930 Emalee Pearson, Student Assistant SID epear6183@ozarks.edu

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Emalee Pearson Student Assistant SID Emalee Pearson enters her second year as a sports information student assistant at Ozarks. A native of Salt Lake City, Utah, Pearson is a member of the women’s soccer team and was named to the All-ASC Team in 2008. She is a two-time member of the American Southwest Conference All-Academic Team. Following the 2008 season, she earned a spot on the NSCAA/adidas Scholar AllSouth Region Honorable Mention Team. This season she serves as a team captain. She is editor of the Comminuque, a campus-wide newsletter produced bi-weekly. In 2008, she earned ASC Assistant SID Academic AllConference status. She is a senior strategic communications major. Primary Media Outlets Print Media The Johnson County Graphic 203 East Cherry Street Clarksville, AR 72830 Publisher: Christene Fisher, 479.754.2005 www.thegraphic.com The Russellville Courier 201 East Second Street Russellville, AR 72811 Sports Editor: Sean Ingram, 479.968.5252 www.couriernews.com Ark. Democrat-Gazette PO Box 2221 Little Rock, AR 72203 Sports Editor: Wally Hall, 501.378.3411 www.ardemgaz.com Television KUOZ Channel 6 415 College Avenue Clarksville, AR 72830 Advisor: Susan Edens, 479.979.1450 Radio KXIO 106.9 FM 901 South Rogers Clarksville, AR 72830 Sports: Blaine Leeds, 479.705.1069 River Valley Radio (KCJC-KWKK-KVLD-KVOM-KCAB) 2705 Parkway Avenue Russellville, AR 72811 Sports: Aaron Thomas, 479.968.6816 KDYN 96.7 FM 9331 Puddin Ridge Road Ozark, AR 72949 Sports: Marc Dietz, 479.667.4567 KUOZ 100.5 Radio Station 415 College Avenue Clarksville, AR 72830 Advisor: Susan Edens, 479.979.1450 Basketball-Related Links www.ASCsports.org www.ncaasports.com www.D3Hoops.com


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| ADMINISTRATION & STAFF | Dr. Rick Niece President Raised in a small town (pop. 900) in Ohio, Dr. Rick Niece attended a school that housed all classes, grades 1-12, in one building. After graduating from high school, Dr. Niece attended Ohio State University where he received a bachelor of science degree with majors in English and speech. His master’s degree and Ph.D. are from Kent State University. Dr. Niece began his professional career in education as a high school English and speech teacher. He subsequently held a variety of administrative positions at the public school level: department chair, supervisor, assistant principal, curriculum director, and assistant superintendent. In 1988, Dr. Niece left the public school sector and became an assistant professor and special assistant to the dean at Kent State University in Ohio. He later went to Walsh University in Canton, Ohio where he served in several positions: professor, academic dean, provost, executive vice president, and interim president. In 1997, Dr. Niece was named president of the University of the Ozarks. He and his wife, Sheree, currently live in Clarksville.

Jimmy Clark begins his fourth year as the Athletic Director and his ninth year as head baseball coach. As Athletic Director, he is responsible for all aspects of the athletic department, with oversight of 17 staff members. A former baseball standout at the University of Central Arkansas, Clark was named the 2005 American Southwest Conference East Division Baseball Coach of the Year after leading the Eagles to their first winning season in nearly a decade. Clark’s 2007 club earned a spot in the playoffs for the first time since 1996. The 2008 team went 32-11, the best record in school history, and made the playoffs. That team was ranked as high as 14th by D3baseball.com during the season. Two of his players from the 2008 club earned All-America honors from D3baseball.com and another was named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-America Team. A native of Conway, Ark., he earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from UCA and his master’s degree in secondary education from University of Arkansas-Little Rock. Clark and his wife, Kelli, have two sons, Dax and Cole.

Athletic Directory Jimmy Clark, Athletic Director 479-979-1484 jclark@ozarks.edu Josh Peppas, Sports Information Director 479-979-1483 jpeppas@ozarks.edu Chad Floyd, Head Athletic Trainer 479-979-1472 cfloyd@ozarks.edu Baseball Office Jimmy Clark, Head Coach jclark@ozarks.edu Robert Mummey, Assistant Coach rmummey@ozarks.edu Curt Dixon, Assistant Coach cdixon@ozarks.edu Men’s Basketball Office Doug Boxell, Head Coach dboxell@ozarks.edu Luke Hammond, Assistant Coach lhammond@ozarks.edu Women’s Basketball Office Carl Ramsey, Head Coach cramsey@ozarks.edu Alex Holland, Assistant Coach aholl538@ozarks.edu

Chad Floyd Athletic Trainer

Jimmy Clark Athletic Director

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Chad Floyd is in his ninth year as the full-time head athletic trainer. A native of Ozark, Ark., he began his athletic training career with the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. He then went to Arkansas Tech University for three years and on to the Minnesota Twins minor league system. He worked two years with Cooper Clinic Sports Medicine where he oversaw numerous area high schools. He holds state, district and national training certifications and has an Arkansas teaching certificate in health and physical education. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, Southwest Athletic Trainers Association and Arkansas Athletic Trainers Association. Floyd received the University’s Alvin C. Broyles Outstanding Professional Staff Award, given to a member of the professional staff who has demonstrated exemplary dedication, professionalism and ability in his or her position, for the 2007-2008 school year. Floyd is a 1995 graduate of Arkansas Tech University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education. He and his wife, Mary, are the parents of one son, Jalen.

Cross Country Office Brian Hull, Head Coach bhull@ozarks.edu Men’s Soccer Office John Cossaboon, Head Coach jcossaboon@ozarks.edu Matt Torok, Assistant Coach mtorok@ozarks.edu Women’s Soccer Office Bryan Drotar, Head Coach bdrotar@ozarks.edu Colby Keesee, Assistant Coach ckeesee@ozarks.edu Softball Office Elizabeth Caroscio, Head Coach ecaroscio@ozarks.edu Chelsea Joslin, Assistant Coach cjoslin@ozarks.edu Tennis Office Shaun Wiseman, Head Coach swiseman@ozarks.edu Shannon Vivian, Assistant Coach svivian@ozarks.edu

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| COACHING STAFF | Carl Ramsey Head Coach Carl Ramsey begins his first season as Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Ozarks. Ramsey made the jump to his alma mater after spending the last 29 seasons as head coach at one of the top high school girl’s basketball programs in Arkansas. Ramsey’s senior high teams averaged 22 wins during his career and he posted a 660-227 (.744) overall record. While at Lamar High School, his teams made eight state tournament appearances during his tenure, including a stretch of four straight years where the Lady Warriors played for the state championship (19871991). He won state titles in both 1988 and 1991. 19 of his teams produced more than 20 wins. He coached 22 All-State players and five who have played in the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star Game.

hard. I want players that want to be part of a strong program.” 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.

Ramsey, who never had a losing season, guided Lamar to 24 regional tournament appearances. Six of his teams went to the regional championship game, with three of those winning the title. In addition to his coaching career, he served as the school’s athletic director the past 24 years. Ramsey’s teams at Lamar were known for applying a tenacious full court defensive press, while having a balanced offensive attack. Playing hard was a key component to his success. “My state championship teams had different offensive styles,” said Ramsey. “My overall philosophy is that we will play hard every game. We will prepare well and figure out what suits us best to win games. I would love to press and play up-tempo if the right kids are in place. I would like to create a lot of offense with our defense.” 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 1990, he was the head coach of the West team in the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star Game. “The Ozarks’ campus will sell itself,” said Ramsey. “The university has an outstanding academic reputation and it provides a family-like atmosphere. The people who work here are selling points. The studentfaculty ratio is another selling point. A student here receives valuable individual attention. Those were the type of things that I enjoyed as a student here. On the court, I want to find passionate players who work

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Carl Ramsey Profile Carl Ramsey At Ozarks 0-0 (1st season) Education: College of the Ozarks, ‘79 B.S. - Physical Education Head Coaching Experience: Lamar (Arkansas) High School (1980-2009) Career Record: Lamar High School: 660-227 (.744) Ramsey Notables: • Won two state championships at Lamar • Led Lamar to 8 state tournaments • Posted a 660-227 (.774) career winning percentage • 4 teams advanced to state championship game • 19 of his teams won 20+ games • Guided 24 teams to the regional tournament • Voted Conference Coach of the Year 10 times • Named KARV Dream Team Coach 5 times • Head coach of the Arkansas Activities Associa- tion All-Star game in 1990 • 5 players named to Arkansas All-Star Game • Had 22 players named All-State • Served as Athletic Director 24 years Personal: Wife: Kathy Daughter: Kelsey Son: Keaton Alex Holland Assistant Coach Alex Holland is in her first season as a student assistant women’s basketball coach. Holland played for Carl Ramsey at Lamar High School and was named All-Region and All-District her senior season. Holland attended Arkansas Tech University for one year prior to Ozarks. A native of Lamar, Holland is majoring in Biology/ Pre-Med.


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| 2009-2010 PREVIEW | Ramsey Takes Reigns Of Program The University of the Ozarks landed wellknown Arkansas High School Girl’s Basketball Coach Carl Ramsey over the summer after a successful 29 seasons at Lamar High School. Ramsey enters the collegiate ranks with a tall task in front of him as he needs to replace the top two scorers and top rebounder. His alma mater hasn’t had a winning season in eight years and only two years ago, the team posted a 1-24 record. However, the 2008-2009 Lady Eagles did make strides, winning five games and losing four others by single digits. And, he inherits several players that played significant minutes last season, including five promising sophomores. In all, three starters return, and over sixty percent of the team’s three-point shooters are back. Ramsey also has twin towers Sabrina Goddard and Alexa Booth, both of whom are 6-foot-1 post players, to give Ozarks a formidable front line. Goddard, a sophomore, averaged 8.8 points and 4.8 rebounds per game a year ago. She had three games with 20 points and posted one double-double. Booth played at Murray State College last season, helping the team to the first round of the playoffs. “You can’t coach size,” said Ramsey, who never had a losing season at Lamar High School. “Hopefully, it will provide match-up problems against our opponents. We are counting on them to provide defense and rebounding. They both have a good frame and are strong to go along with solid moves around the basket. But they still need to understand that it is not really how big you are, but rather how big you play. I want them to be more physical and take up more room and seal better. I want them to use their strong bodies to their advantage. They can be special inside.” Ozarks, which finished 5-20 overall and 3-17 in the American Southwest Conference, has a number of returners that can

Sabrina Goddard

provide firepower from the outside, and with a pair of capable inside players, those perimeter players should get open looks. Junior Ally Goddard, senior Kristyn Shinn and sophomores April Young, Alison Villines and Ashley Teague hit a combined 88 three-pointers last season. “We shoot the ball pretty well,” said Ramsey. “We have to work on our execution and get ourselves free. We are not the quickest, most athletic team so creating things on our own is a little bit harder. But when they do get a look, they have shot well. I think the ability to shoot the ball is one of our strengths.” Goddard led the team in assists (2.3) and was the only player on the team to start in all 25 games last season. Shinn has valuable playing experience and quickness on the perimeter. Young averaged 5.8 points per A. Goddard game and hit 83 percent from the free throw line. Villines started in 24 games and averaged 6.0 points per game while Teague finished second on the team in three-point field goals (28). “Ally hit 17 three-pointers in two minutes at our Hoops Madness,” said Ramsey. “When she gets herself set and if we can get her open, she is a solid shooter. I have been real impressed with April. She is strong and does a good job of getting the ball to the basket. She can finish inside and that makes her even harder to guard. Kristyn is quick and a good ball handler. Ashley hit 28 three-pointers last season. Alison is a proven player having started in 24 games as a freshman.” Each newcomer will have a role to play in Ramsey’s system, too. 5-foot-2 freshman point guard Chelsea Glasscock excels in the open floor with her quickness. Freshmen guards Jordan Patton and Ariel Henderson are additional outside specialists. “I am real pleased with Chelsea,” said Ramsey. “She has done a great job for us. She is full of energy and can handle the ball. She will have to be quick and smart because she may not be able to throw over the top of people. Jordan is more of a set type shooter and Ariel can hit the three, too.” Another key newcomer is forward Lindsey Louks. Louks, 5-foot-9, was an All-State player at Pangburn High School, and will provide assistance in the post area. Veteran Savannah Carter will see time at the post position in addition to a perimeter spot. “Lindsey will have to help us in the post,” said Ramsey. “She has always played post and feels more comfortable there. We may even use Savannah inside. She is shorter, but is the strongest kid in the weight room. And, she is not afraid to mix it up.” Ramsey is known in the Arkansas ranks as a defensive mind, emphasizing a tough

full-court press. One concern as Ramsey tries to implement a press is the team’s lack of depth. “We want our opponents to use a lot of time to get the ball down the floor,” said Ramsey. “We want to put some pressure on the basketball, but we will try to slow the game down with a softer type press. Obviously, a weakness is our depth. We will have to play a lot of minutes and find a way to play the game where we can dictate the tempo.” Defensively, the Lady Eagles must improve its post defense and guarding opponents off the dribble, according to Ramsey. “The two things that really hurt last year were post defense and penetration off the dribble,” said Ramsey. “It all started with someone giving up containment. Those are two things we have tried to address. We will try to do some things to slow down the penetration of guards. We want to double down on the post, too. That is a big key for us defensively. We have to play together and we have to play hard all of the time, not just in spurts.” Ramsey prefers a balanced offensive attack from his teams. In addition to solid defensive play and balanced scoring, success this season hinges on the team’s effort, the veteran coach believes. “It will have to be a team effort,” said Ramsey. “I think everyone will have to step in there and give us minutes. It will have to be a balanced attack. I am not sure if we have a star on the team and scoring could come from S. Carter a variety of players. But as long as everyone is contributing I don’t care where the scoring comes from. We would like to get the type of team where each player is hard to guard. Offensively, it is all about execution. You can’t all of the sudden make yourself more athletic and bigger. But I think you can play a little smarter.” Ramsey has been pleased with the team’s attitude in his short time as a college head coach. “Their attitude has been good,” said Ramsey. “They are still in the process of adjusting. I am asking them to do some things they haven’t done before. The game is still the same and fundamentals are the same, and you still win with that.”

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| 2009-2010 roster | Numerical Roster

Alphabetical Roster

10 Savannah Carter

Guard

5-7

Sr.

Clarksville, AR (Clarksville HS)

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Alexa Booth

Center

11 Kristyn Shinn

Guard

5-3

Sr.

Huntsville, AR (Huntsville HS)

10

Savannah Carter

Guard

12 Chelsea Glasscock

Guard

5-2

Fr.

Prairie Grove, AR (Prairie Grove HS)

22

Ally Goddard

Guard

14 Ariel Henderson

Guard

5-6

Fr.

Hot Springs, AR (Christian Min. Acad.)

12

Chelsea Glasscock

Guard

20 Alison Villines

Guard

5-6

So.

Kingston, AR (Kingston HS)

44

Sabrina Goddard

Center

21 Lindsey Louks

Forward

5-9

Fr.

Pangburn, AR (Pangburn HS)

14

Ariel Henderson

Guard

22 Ally Goddard

Guard

5-4

Jr.

Siloam Springs, AR (Siloam Springs HS)

21

Lindsey Louks

Forward

23 Ashley Teague

Guard

5-7

So.

Lavaca, AR (Lavaca HS)

32

Jordan Patton

Guard

24 April Young

Guard

5-6

So.

Deer, AR (Deer HS)

11

Kristyn Shinn

Guard

32 Jordan Patton

Guard

5-5

Fr.

Clarksville, AR (Clarksville, HS)

23

Ashley Teague

Guard

44 Sabrina Goddard

Center

6-1

So.

Stroud, OK (Stroud HS)

20

Alison Villines

Guard

55 Alexa Booth

Center

6-1

So.

Tulsa, OK (Murray State College)

24

April Young

Guard

Front Row (L-R) #20 Alison Villines, #22 Ally Goddard, #12 Chelsea Glasscock, #11 Kristyn Shinn, #10 Savannah Carter & #24 April Young. Back Row (L-R) Head Coach Carl Ramsey, #32 Jordan Patton, #23 Ashley Teague, #55 Alexa Booth, #44 Sabrina Goddard, #21 Lindsey Louks, #14 Ariel Henderson & Assistant Coach Alex Holland.

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| PLAYER PROFILE | SAVANNAH CARTER Guard 5-7 Senior Clarksville, Ark. Clarksville HS

#10 PERSONAL Parents Robert Carter and Tanya Thomas Major Physical Education

CAREER HIGHS Points 16 vs East Texas Baptist (1-15-07) Rebounds 10 vs Hardin-Simmons (12-7-06) Assists 4 (3 times) Blocked Shots 1 (3 times) Steals 3 (3 times) Field Goals 6 vs East Texas Baptist (1-15-07) Field Goal Attempts 11 vs Hendrix College (12-31-07) 3-Point Field Goals 3 (2 times) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 7 vs East Texas Baptist (1-15-07) Free Throws 5 vs Hendrix College (1-2-06) Free Throw Attempts 8 vs Hendrix College (1-2-06) Minutes 33 vs East Texas Baptist (1-15-07)

2008-2009 Played in 7 games and averaged 2.0 points and 1.3 rebounds per game before suffering an injury. Scored 6 points and hit a three-pointer against Henderson State University November 18. 2007-2008 Averaged 5.2 points and 3.0 rebounds per game. Scored season-high 11 points against Hendrix College Dec. 31. Went 2-for-4 from the three-point line in that game. Had back-to-back 5-rebound outings in December. 2006-2007 Played in all 26 games, starting in 5. Averaged 5.1 points and 1.0 steals per game. Hit 22 three-pointers, second-most on the team. Averaged 4.0 rebounds per game. Scored 16 points against East Texas Baptist Jan. 15 and 15 points against Rust College Nov. 12. Had 10 rebounds against HardinSimmons Dec. 7. Scored in double figures four times. 2005-2006 Played in 20 games. Shot 71 percent from the free throw line. Scored 6 points against UT-Dallas. Had 4 points and 5 rebounds in ASC tournament against Howard Payne. CLARKSVILLE HS Named to the All-State Tournament Team her senior season. Averaged 8.0 points, 5.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game as a senior. Earned All-Conference her freshman, junior and senior seasons. Led team to Conference and District championships senior year.

CARTER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT-AVG REB-AVG 2008-09 7-0 14-2.0 9-1.3 2007-08 6-0 31-5.2 18-3.0 2006-07 26-5 132-5.1 103-4.0 2005-06 20-0 34-1.7 26-1.3 Career 59-5 211-3.5 156-2.6

AST .7 .5 1.0 .3 .4

ST .2 .8 1.0 .2 .3

BLK .0 .3 .03 0.0 .02

FG-ATT-PCT 3-10-30.0 11-36-30-30.6 42-129-32.6 9-37-24.3 65-212-30.6

3PT-ATT-PCT 1-5-20.0 2-10-20.0 22-75-29.3 6-29-20.7 31-119-26.0

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FT-ATT-PCT 7-14-50.0 7-11-63.6 26-44-59.1 10-14-71.4 50-83-60.2

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| PLAYER PROFILE | points. The student-faculty ratio is another selling point. A student here receives valuable individual attention. Those were the type of things that I enjoyed as a student here. On the court, I want to find passionate players who work hard. I want players that want to be part of a strong program.”

PERSONALITY PROFILE

Ramsey received his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Ozarks in 1979.

Favorite Movie Bambi

Ramsey and his wife, Kathy, are the parents of one son and one daughter.

Favorite Meal Anything that is not green or healthy My Pre-Game Ritual Strapping all my 30 something braces on, and lots of heat!

When I was little I wanted to be A professional competitive eater Favorite TV Show Star Trek Favorite Basketball Shoe Whatever is comfortable If I’m Not in the Gym You’ll Find Me You will never find me On My iPod You’ll Find Joyful Joyful from Sister Act2...on repeat I’m Most Proud of Completing the 3rd grade

CARTER’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS IN 2008-09 DATE OPPONENT MP FG N18 at Henderson State 17 1-1 N21 at University of Dallas 12 0-1 N22 vs Austin College 14 0-1 N29 at Concordia Texas 13 0-2 D1 at Mary Hardin-Baylor 7 0-1 D4 HOWARD PAYNE UNIV. 14 1-3 D6 SUL ROSS STATE 18 1-1

My Favorite WNBA player is Sheryl Swoops 3FG FT 1-1 3-4 0-0 1-4 0-0 2-4 0-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 1 3 3 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 3

A 0 0 1 0 1 2 1

TO 1 0 0 1 0 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

TP 6 1 2 1 0 2 2

Best Basketball Memory Betting how many times other players will fall on the floor during the game You’ll Never Find Me Without Doesn’t matter...cause you still won’t find me Why I Chose Ozarks To play basketball Favorite Web Site Buildabear.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Lionel Richie, Antonio Banderas, Aladin

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| PLAYER PROFILE | KRISTYN SHINN Guard 5-3 Senior Huntsville, Ark. Huntsville HS

#11 PERSONAL Parents Kevin & Angie Shinn, Jesse & Karolyn Parker Major Biology

CAREER HIGHS Points 10 vs Schreiner (12-15-07) Rebounds 5 vs East Texas Baptist (1-11-06) Assists 3 vs Schreiner (12-15-07) Blocked Shots 1 (2 times) Steals 3 vs University of Dallas (11-21-08) Field Goals 4 vs Schreiner (12-15-07) Field Goal Attempts 7 vs UT-Tyler (1-31-08) 3-Point Field Goals 2 (2 times)

2008-2009 Played in 2 games before suffering an injury. Played 12 minutes against University of Dallas, scoring 3 points and recording 3 steals. 2007-2008 Played in 22 games. Scored a career-high 10 points against Schreiner Dec. 15, hitting 4-of-5 from the field. Also had 3 assists and 3 steals in that game. Hit two three-pointers in two different games. Had 8 points against Louisiana College Jan. 26. Collected 2 steals against UT-Dallas Feb. 9. Started against Hendrix College Dec. 8 and scored 4 points and dished out 2 assists. 2006-2007 Played in 18 games. Averaged 1.7 points and 1.2 rebounds per game. Hit 8-of-10 from the free throw line. Scored a seasonhigh 7 points against Hendrix College Dec. 9. Had 5 rebounds against East Texas Baptist Jan. 11. Scored 4 points against Schreiner Nov. 30 and UT-Tyler Jan. 27. HUNTSVILLE HS Was a three-year letterwinner and a two-year starter. Averaged 8.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, 5.0 steals and 8.0 assists per game her senior season. Named Honorable Mention All-District as a senior and earned a spot on the KURM Dream Team. Earned the team’s Hustle Award as a junior and senior. Four-time All-State soccer player.

3-Point Field Goal Attempts 4 vs Louisiana College (1-26-08) Free Throws 4 vs Hendrix College (12-9-06) Free Throw Attempts 4 vs Hendrix College (12-9-06) Minutes 32 vs Hendrix College (12-8-07)

SHINN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT-AVG 2008-09 2-0 4-2.0 2007-08 22-1 63-2.9 2006-07 18-0 31-1.7 Career 42-1 98-2.3

REB-AVG 1-.5 22-1.0 22-1.2 45-1.0

AST .5 .5 .6 .6

ST 1.5 .3 .3 ..3

BLK .0 .04 .05 .04

FG-ATT-PCT 1-5-20.0 24-63-38.1 10-39-25.6 35-107-32.7

3PT-ATT-PCT 1-2-50.0 8-25-32.0 3-15-20.0 12-42-28.5

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FT-ATT-PCT 1-3-33.3 7-11-63.68 8-10-80.0 16-24-66.6

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| PLAYER PROFILE | PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Breakfast Foods My Pre-Game Ritual Acting gangster and pretending that I would beat someone up Favorite Movie Juno When I was little I wanted to be A member of “Stomp” Favorite TV Show Glee Favorite Basketball Shoe Ones that make me like Michael Jordan If I’m Not in the Gym You’ll Find Me Sleeping, eating, building stick houses On My iPod You’ll Find Augstana, Dashboard Confessional, OneRepublic I’m Most Proud of Graduating faster than anyone in my family SHINN’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS IN 2008-09 DATE OPPONENT MP FG 3FG FT RB PF A TO B S TP N21 at University of Dallas 12 1-3 1-2 0-0 1 1 1 4 0 3 3 N22 vs Austin College 8 0-2 0-0 1-3 0 3 0 3 0 0 1

My Favorite WNBA player is Don’t have one Best Basketball Memory Making a buzzer-beating, coast-to-coast layup against our rivals my senior year of high school You’ll Never Find Me Without My cell phone Why I Chose Ozarks Small, just like me! Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Ryan Tedder, Chris Sachtleben, Taylor Swift

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| PLAYER PROFILE | ALLY GODDARD Guard 5-4 Junior Siloam Springs, Ark. Siloam Springs HS

#22 PERSONAL Parents Rick and Stephanie Goddard Major Early Childhood Education

CAREER HIGHS Points 14 vs Concordia University Texas (11-28-08) Rebounds 5 vs Sul Ross State (11-29-07) Assists 7 vs East Texas Baptist (2-21-09) Blocked Shots 1 vs Hendrix College (12-13-08) Steals 2 (2 times) Field Goals 5 vs Concordia University Texas (11-28-08) Field Goal Attempts 11 vs Schreiner (1-8-09) 3-Point Field Goals 3 (3 times) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 9 vs Schreiner (1-8-09) Free Throws 3 vs Sul Ross State (12-6-08) Free Throw Attempts 5 vs Sul Ross State (12-6-08) Minutes 33 vs East Texas Baptist (2-21-09)

2008-2009 Only player on team to start in all 25 games. Led team in assists (2.3). Scored a career-high14 points on 5-of-6 shooting from the field against Concordia University Texas Jan.10. Hit 3 three-pointers and dished out 7 assists against East Texas Baptist Feb. 21. Recorded 5 assists on a pair of occasions. Had two or more three-pointers in ten games. 2007-2008 Played in 24 games averaging 3.4 points per game. Started in 8 games. Made 20-of-54 from the three-point line, second-most on the team. Shot 37 percent from beyond the arc, second-highest on the team. Scored 9 points on two occasions. Had 4 assists against Tennessee Temple Nov. 23. Recorded 5 rebounds against Sul Ross State Nov. 29. SILOAM SPRINGS HS Averaged 7.0 points, 4.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game as a senior. Hit 49 percent from the three-point line and 75 percent from the free throw line during the 2006-2007 season. Named Honorable Mention All-Conference while leading the Lady Panthers to the state tournament and a 21-7 record as a senior. Was a two-time member of the Benton County All-Tournament Team, including earning the Most Valuable Player award her freshman year. GODDARD’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS IN 2008-09 DATE OPPONENT MP FG 3FG FT RB F A TO B S TP N18 at Henderson State *12 0-3 0-3 0-0 2 1 1 6 0 1 0 N21 at University of Dallas *22 4-7 2-4 0-0 3 3 2 3 0 0 10 N22 vs Austin College *19 0-2 0-2 0-0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 N25 RHEMA BIBLE COLL. *13 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 5 2 1 0 0 3 N29 at Concordia Texas *29 5-6 2-3 2-2 1 1 2 2 0 0 14 D1 at Mary Hardin-Baylor *23 3-5 3-5 0-0 3 1 3 2 0 0 9 D4 HOWARD PAYNE *24 0-3 0-3 0-0 1 2 5 1 0 1 0 D6 SUL ROSS STATE *29 2-6 2-4 3-5 1 1 2 0 0 1 9 D13 at Hendrix College *21 1-3 0-1 0-0 3 1 5 2 1 0 2 J3 at Hardin-Simmons *24 1-4 1-3 0-0 1 3 3 1 0 0 3 J5 at McMurry Univ. *18 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 0 2 1 0 0 3 J8 SCHREINER UNIV. *25 2-11 2-9 0-0 4 4 4 0 0 0 6 J10 TEXAS LUTHERAN *20 0-5 0-5 0-0 2 4 4 0 0 2 0 J15 LETOURNEAU UNIV. *26 2-4 2-4 0-1 2 3 3 1 0 0 6 J17 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST *15 0-4 0-2 0-0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 J19 at UT-Dallas *19 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 J24 at UT-Tyler *20 2-4 2-4 0-0 1 4 2 1 0 0 6 J29 at Mississippi College *21 3-4 2-2 0-0 4 2 1 3 0 0 8 J31 at Louisiana College *28 1-4 1-4 0-0 2 1 1 3 0 0 3 F5 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE *10 1-3 0-1 0-0 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 F7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE *24 2-5 1-3 0-0 2 1 4 0 0 0 5 F9 UT-DALLAS *19 0-5 0-2 2-2 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 F14 UT-TYLER *22 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 4 1 1 0 0 4 F19 at LeTourneau Univ. *28 2-4 2-3 2-2 2 2 1 0 0 1 8 F21 at East Texas Baptist *33 3-8 3-6 0-0 3 2 7 1 0 0 9

GODDARD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT-AVG REB-AVG 2008-09 25-25 112-4.5 44-1.8 2007-08 24-8 81-3.4 37-1.5 Career 49-33 193-3.9 81-1.6

AST 2.3 1.0 1.6

ST .2 .2 .2

BLK .04 .0 .02

PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal I like it all, minus fish My Pre-Game Ritual Listening to music to block everything out Favorite Movie The Hangover When I was little I wanted to be Cinderella Favorite TV Show Project Runway/Gossip Girl Favorite Basketball Shoe Not picky...Anything that looks and feels good If I’m Not in the Gym You’ll Find Me Baking and reading On My iPod You’ll Find Variety...I love all kinds of music I’m Most Proud of My younger brother My Favorite WNBA player is Lisa Leslie Best Basketball Memory Getting drafted by the LA Sparks as the water girl You’ll Never Find Me Without My phone Why I Chose Ozarks The President is pretty cool Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite My grandpa, Adam Sandler, Dane Cook

FG-ATT-PCT 38-107-35.5 26-75-34.7 64-182-35.1

3PT-ATT-PCT 27-78-34.6 20-54-37.0 47-132-35.6

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FT-ATT-PCT 9-12-75.0 9-13-69.2 18-25-72.0

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| PLAYER PROFILE | SABRINA GODDARD Center 6-1 Sophomore Stroud, Okla. Stroud HS

#44 PERSONAL Parents James and Martina Goddard Major Biology

CAREER HIGHS Points 20 (3 times) Rebounds 12 vs Sul Ross State (12-6-08) Assists 4 vs East Texas Baptist (2-21-09) Blocked Shots 5 vs Mary Hardin-Baylor (12-1-08) Steals 4 vs Mary Hardin-Baylor (12-1-08) Field Goals 7 (3 times) Field Goal Attempts 18 vs Texas Lutheran (1-10-09) 3-Point Field Goals - 3-Point Field Goal Attempts Free Throws 8 vs UT-Tyler (2-14-09) Free Throw Attempts 10 vs East Texas Baptist (2--21-09) Minutes 33 vs Mary Hardin-Baylor (12-1-08)

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2008-2009 Played in all 25 games and finished second on the team in rebounding (4.8) and third in scoring (8.8). Led the team in blocks (1.2). Shot 76-of-106 (71.7%) from the free throw line. Scored in double digits nine times. Posted a double-double (20 points, 12 rebounds) against Sul Ross State Dec. 6. Scored 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting from the field and grabbed 9 rebounds against University of Dallas Nov. 21. Led the team in rebounding on five occasions. Led the team in scoring six times. Made 8-of-9 from the free throw line against UT-Tyler Feb. 14. Made 7-of-12 from the floor in three different games. Blocked 5 shots against Mary Hardin-Baylor Dec. 1. STROUD HS Named an All-State Alternate while earning All-Region and All-Conference her senior season. Member of the Academic All-State Team. Named to the Daily Oklahoman “Girls Super Five” Honorable Mention Team. Averaged 9.2 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.2 blocks per game her senior campaign. Led team to a Conference, District and Regional Championship, and the state playoffs as a senior. Her team won four straight District Championships. GODDARD’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS IN 2008-09 DATE OPPONENT MP FG 3FG FT RB F A TO B S TP N18 at Henderson State *21 3-10 0-0 2-4 5 4 1 2 1 1 8 N21 at University of Dallas *27 7-12 0-0 6-9 9 4 2 3 0 1 20 N22 vs Austin College *21 2-6 0-0 0-0 6 2 0 1 2 0 4 N25 RHEMA BIBLE COLL. *23 5-14 0-0 4-5 4 2 0 0 1 0 14 N29 at Concordia Texas *10 3-8 0-0 3-3 1 5 0 1 3 0 9 D1 at Mary Hardin-Baylor *33 4-12 0-0 5-8 8 4 0 7 5 4 13 D4 HOWARD PAYNE UNIV *29 5-16 0-0 2-2 5 3 0 3 2 0 12 D6 SUL ROSS STATE *26 7-12 0-0 6-9 12 2 2 4 1 0 20 D13 at Hendrix College *8 2-3 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 2 0 4 J3 at Hardin-Simmons *21 0-10 0-0 2-2 2 3 0 4 1 3 2 J5 at McMurry University *14 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 4 0 1 0 0 4 J8 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY *17 1-6 0-0 1-2 2 5 0 2 0 3 3 J10 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. *30 6-18 0-0 5-8 9 3 1 2 0 1 17 J15 LETOURNEAU UNIV. *23 1-7 0-0 4-6 10 5 0 3 1 1 6 J17 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 15 1-7 0-0 1-2 9 3 0 0 1 0 3 J19 at UT-Dallas *19 2-3 0-0 4-4 3 5 0 3 0 0 8 J24 at UT-Tyler *19 3-8 0-0 2-3 3 4 0 2 0 0 8 J29 at Mississippi College *15 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 3 1 4 2 0 0 J31 at Louisiana College *30 7-12 0-0 6-6 4 5 0 2 2 0 20 F5 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE *22 3-9 0-0 3-4 8 4 0 0 1 0 9 F7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE 21 2-6 0-0 3-4 2 4 0 1 2 1 7 F9 UT-DALLAS 6 0-3 0-0 4-6 3 2 0 1 0 0 4 F14 UT-TYLER 15 2-6 0-0 8-9 3 3 0 1 1 0 12 F19 at LeTourneau Univ. 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 F21 at East Texas Baptist 23 4-8 0-0 5-10 8 2 4 3 2 0 13

GODDARD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT-AVG REB-AVG AST ST 2008-09 25-19 220-8.8 121-4.8 .4 .6 Career 25-19 220-8.8 121-4.8 .4 .6

BLK 1.2 1.2

PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Everything...I love lunchables My Pre-Game Ritual Black under armour spandex, white nike socks under my black nike socks, black under armour top and listen to some good music to pump me up Favorite Movie Love and Basketball When I was little I wanted to be An actress Favorite TV Show ESPN Favorite Basketball Shoe Nikes If I’m Not in the Gym You’ll Find Me In the lab or in my room On My iPod You’ll Find Country, hip hop, R&B I’m Most Proud of My morals My Favorite WNBA player is None Best Basketball Memory Senior year making it to state for the first time in 33 years You’ll Never Find Me Without My phone Why I Chose Ozarks It is a small school, and the Biology program is very good Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Don’t know

FG-ATT-PCT 72-203-35.5 72-203-35.5

3PT-ATT-PCT FT-ATT-PCT 0-0-0.0 76-106-71.7 0-0-0.0 76-106-71.7


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| PLAYER PROFILE | ASHLEY TEAGUE Guard 5-7 Sophomore Lavaca, Ark. Lavaca HS

#23 PERSONAL Parents Dale and Sheila Teague Major Strategic Communication

CAREER HIGHS Points 12 vs Texas Lutheran (1-10-09) Rebounds 7 vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09) Assists 2 vs Louisiana College (2-7-09) Blocked Shots 2 vs Rhema Bible College (11-25-08) Steals 2 vs Mississippi College (2-5-09) Field Goals 5 vs Texas Lutheran (1-10-09) Field Goal Attempts 9 vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09) 3-Point Field Goals 2 (9 times) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 6 vs Howard Payne (12-4-08) Free Throws 4 vs UT-Tyler (1-24-09) Free Throw Attempts 5 (2 times) Minutes 34 vs UT-Tyler (1-24-09)

2008-2009 Played in all 25 games, averaging 5.4 points per game. Finished second on the team in three-pointers (28) and three-point percentage (35%). Scored in double-digits five times. Hit 2 three-pointers nine times. LAVACA HS Was named All-District and was awarded the Lady Arrow Heart Award her senior season. Was All-District her freshmen and sophomore year. Earned All-District Honorable Mention and All-Region her junior campaign. Averaged 8.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior. Helped team to a Pinnacle Tournament championship and a conference runner-up finish her junior and senior year. Her junior year, team also won the Paris Invitational Tournament and earned a spot in the State Tournament. Helped team to a Conference Co-Championship and the Regional Tournament as a sophomore. Team won the District Championship her freshman season. TEAGUE’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS IN 2008-09 DATE OPPONENT MP FG 3FG FT RB F A TO B S TP N18 at Henderson State 13 0-5 0-4 0-0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 N21 at University of Dallas 16 2-8 1-5 2-3 1 1 1 0 0 0 7 N22 vs Austin College 12 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 N25 RHEMA BIBLE COLL. 12 1-4 1-3 3-5 3 1 0 0 2 0 6 N29 at Concordia Texas 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 D1 at Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 2-2 2-2 0-2 1 1 1 2 0 0 6 D4 HOWARD PAYNE UNIV 17 3-8 2-6 3-5 1 1 0 2 0 0 11 D6 SUL ROSS STATE 19 3-5 2-4 0-0 2 1 0 1 1 1 8 D13 at Hendrix College 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 J3 at Hardin-Simmons 15 0-1 0-1 0-2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 at McMurry University 12 1-5 1-4 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 J8 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY 11 3-6 2-4 2-4 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 J10 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. 11 5-8 2-2 0-1 3 0 0 0 1 0 12 J15 LETOURNEAU UNIV. 13 1-7 1-4 3-4 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 J17 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 22 2-9 2-5 0-0 7 4 0 1 0 1 6 J19 at UT-Dallas 11 2-4 0-2 0-0 2 1 0 1 0 0 4 J24 at UT-Tyler *34 3-8 1-5 4-4 5 2 1 2 1 0 11 J29 at Mississippi College *12 1-3 1-1 0-0 2 3 0 1 0 1 3 J31 at Louisiana College 20 1-4 1-3 1-2 4 4 0 1 1 1 4 F5 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 12 2-5 2-5 0-0 2 0 0 1 1 2 6 F7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE *23 4-8 2-4 0-0 3 2 2 2 0 0 10 F9 UT-DALLAS *23 2-4 2-2 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 F14 UT-TYLER 11 1-4 1-4 0-0 2 2 0 1 0 0 3 F19 at LeTourneau Univ. *26 2-6 1-4 2-4 3 4 1 4 0 1 7 F21 at East Texas Baptist *10 1-6 0-3 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

TEAGUE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT-AVG REB-AVG AST ST 2008-09 25-6 134-5.4 52-2.1 .2 .3 Career 25-6 134-5.4 52-2.1 .2 .3

BLK .2 .2

PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Mexican Chicken Casserole My Pre-Game Ritual Eat a Snicker’s bar and tap the top of the door Favorite Movie The Pursuit of Happyness and Love and Basketball When I was little I wanted to be A lawyer Favorite TV Show One Tree Hill and Grey’s Anatomy Favorite Basketball Shoe Nike Hyper Dunks If I’m Not in the Gym You’ll Find Me Doing homework or hanging out with friends On My iPod You’ll Find Everything I’m Most Proud of My faith and my work ethic My Favorite WNBA player is Diana Taurasi Best Basketball Memory My very first basketball practice...My mom made me go even though I said “Don’t make me go! I don’t even know the rules.” I’m glad she did. You’ll Never Find Me Without My Blackberry, iPod and a bottle of water Why I Chose Ozarks It’s so much like a big family and I loved the atmosphere Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Pat Summit, President Obama, Loretta Lynn

FG-ATT-PCT 43-122-35.2 43-122-35.2

3PT-ATT-PCT FT-ATT-PCT 28-79-35.4 20-36-55.6 28-79-35.4 20-36-55.6

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| PLAYER PROFILE | ALISON VILLINES Guard 5-6 Sophomore Kingston, Ark. Kingston HS

#20 PERSONAL Parents Dwayne and Phyllis Villines Major Mathematics/Secondary Education

CAREER HIGHS Points 16 vs LeTourneau (1-15-09) Rebounds 8 vs LeTourneau (1-15-09) Assists 4 vs Hardin-Simmons (1-3-09) Blocked Shots - Steals 3 (3 times) Field Goals 6 vs LeTourneau (1-15-09 Field Goal Attempts 16 vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09) 3-Point Field Goals 2 (4 times) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 7 vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09) Free Throws 7 vs Schreiner (1-8-09) Free Throw Attempts 12 vs Schreiner (1-8-09) Minutes 36 vs LeTourneau (1-15-09)

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2008-2009 Started in 24 games. Scored in double figures six times and led the team in scoring in two games. Had a season-high 16 points against LeTourneau Jan. 15. Also had a seasonbest 8 rebounds in that game. Hit 2 three-pointers four times. Went 4-of-4 from the free throw line in back-to-back ASC games. Had 3 steals in three different games. Dished out 4 assists against Hardin-Simmons University Jan. 3. KINGSTON HS Named All-State, All-District, All-Region, All-Conference, All-Area and was an All-Star in her senior campaign. Was also a Wendy’s Heisman State Finalist as a senior. Helped team to state championship as a senior. Averaged 14.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 5.0 steals per game as a senior. Was a four-time All-Conference and All-District performer during her prep career at Kingston. As a junior, she earned All-Region and earned a spot on the NACC All-Tournament Team. Named Team MVP as a freshman. VILLINES’ GAME-BY-GAME STATS IN 2008-09 DATE OPPONENT MP FG 3FG FT RB F A TO B S TP N18 at Henderson State *24 0-3 0-2 4-8 4 3 0 10 0 0 4 N21 at University of Dallas *12 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 3 2 1 0 1 0 N22 vs Austin College *23 0-5 0-0 2-4 3 3 2 3 0 0 2 N25 RHEMA BIBLE COLL. *27 3-7 2-4 3-4 5 2 2 2 0 0 11 N29 at Concordia Texas *17 2-6 0-1 1-2 1 1 1 1 0 1 5 D1 at Mary Hardin-Baylor *13 1-1 1-1 0-0 2 2 0 4 0 0 3 D4 HOWARD PAYNE UNIV *23 1-2 1-1 0-0 2 3 1 1 0 0 3 D6 SUL ROSS STATE *28 1-5 0-2 3-4 2 0 3 2 0 1 5 D13 at Hendrix College *31 2-6 2-6 5-8 5 3 1 3 0 2 11 J3 at Hardin-Simmons *26 2-4 2-2 0-0 1 0 4 3 0 0 6 J5 at McMurry University *21 0-2 0-1 1-2 3 0 1 3 0 1 1 J8 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY *29 3-9 1-5 7-12 5 4 1 6 0 1 14 J10 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. *27 2-5 1-3 0-1 2 2 3 3 0 2 5 J15 LETOURNEAU UNIV. *36 6-13 1-6 3-6 8 5 1 2 0 1 16 J17 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST *28 3-16 1-7 0-0 7 3 1 2 0 1 7 J19 at UT-Dallas *20 2-5 1-2 3-3 2 0 0 2 0 0 8 J24 at UT-Tyler *25 2-6 1-3 0-2 3 0 2 3 0 1 5 J29 at Mississippi College *11 1-2 0-0 1-2 1 2 0 2 0 0 3 J31 at Louisiana College *19 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 5 2 5 0 1 0 F5 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE *24 1-4 1-1 2-4 3 5 2 2 0 3 5 F7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE *30 1-3 0-0 2-3 0 2 0 3 0 0 4 F9 UT-DALLAS *20 2-4 0-0 4-4 2 5 1 0 0 1 8 F14 UT-TYLER 15 3-5 0-0 4-4 2 2 2 1 0 3 10 F19 at LeTourneau Univ. *28 4-7 2-3 2-4 2 5 2 8 0 3 12 F21 at East Texas Baptist *21 1-4 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2

VILLINES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT-AVG REB-AVG AST ST 2008-09 25-24 150-6.0 68-2.7 1.3 .9 Career 25-24 150-6.0 68-2.7 1.3 .9

BLK .0 .0

PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Anything seafood My Pre-Game Ritual Half hour of heat and stretching before pre-game warm ups Favorite Movie Too many to count When I was little I wanted to be A mailman Favorite TV Show Don’t have one Favorite Basketball Shoe Nike If I’m Not in the Gym You’ll Find Me Asleep or doing homework On My iPod You’ll Find Country I’m Most Proud of My family and my faith My Favorite WNBA player is I seldom watch the WNBA Best Basketball Memory Winning the State Championship my senior year You’ll Never Find Me Without My cell phone Why I Chose Ozarks Small campus and class size Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Not sure

FG-ATT-PCT 43-127-33.9 43-127-33.9

3PT-ATT-PCT FT-ATT-PCT 17-52-32.7 47-77-61.0 17-52-32.7 47-77-61.0


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| PLAYER PROFILE | APRIL YOUNG Guard 5-6 Sophomore Deer, Ark. Deer HS

#24 PERSONAL Parents Bobby and Kathy Young Major Biology

CAREER HIGHS Points 14 (3 times) Rebounds 6 vs Louisiana College (1-31-09) Assists 2 (3 times) Blocked Shots 1 (2 times) Steals 3 vs McMurry (1-5-09) Field Goals 6 vs Hardin-Simmons (1-3-09) Field Goal Attempts 10 vs Louisiana College (1-31-09) 3-Point Field Goals 2 (3 times) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 5 (4 times) Free Throws 6 (2 times) Free Throw Attempts 8 vs UT-Tyler (1-24-09) Minutes 34 vs Mississippi College (1-29-09)

2008-2009 Averaged 5.8 points per game. Scored in double figures four times, including scoring 14 points three times. Shot 83 percent from the free throw line. Hit 6-of-6 from the free throw line against Hendrix College. Went 6-of-9 from the floor and scored 14 points against Hardin-Simmons. Had 6 rebounds against Louisiana College Jan. 31. DEER HS Named All-State, All-Region, All-Conference, and AllDistrict as a senior. Also earned a spot on the NACC All-Tournament Team and Arvest Bank Classic All-Tournament Team her senior season. Was named Wendy’s Player of the Week, Downtown Athletic Club Player of the Week and was named to the Harrison Daily Times All-Star Team in her senior campaign. She additionally earned Team Most Valuable Player. Averaged 25.7 points, 11.1 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game as a senior. Shot 51-of126 (40%) from the three-point line during senior season. She earned All-Region, All-Conference, All-District and was on the NACC All-Tournament Team her junior season. That year she was also named the Downtown Athletic Club Player of the Week. During her prep career, she helped her team to the regional tournament and to a district runner-up finish. YOUNG’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS IN 2008-09 DATE OPPONENT MP FG 3FG FT RB F A TO B S TP N18 at Henderson State 2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 N21 at University of Dallas 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 N22 vs Austin College 11 1-4 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 N29 at Concordia Texas 11 4-8 1-3 1-1 1 1 0 3 0 0 10 D1 at Mary Hardin-Baylor 12 1-5 1-4 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 D4 HOWARD PAYNE UNIV 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 D13 at Hendrix College 15 3-4 2-2 6-6 2 4 0 1 0 1 14 J3 at Hardin-Simmons 16 6-9 2-4 0-0 0 3 0 1 0 0 14 J5 at McMurry University 15 3-6 1-2 2-3 5 1 0 4 0 3 9 J8 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY 6 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 J10 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. 19 2-8 1-5 4-4 4 2 2 1 0 2 9 J15 LETOURNEAU UNIV. 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J17 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 17 3-9 0-4 2-3 3 0 0 3 0 0 8 J19 at UT-Dallas 10 0-1 0-1 4-4 1 2 0 2 0 1 4 J24 at UT-Tyler 24 3-4 2-3 6-8 2 2 0 2 1 1 14 J29 at Mississippi College 34 2-7 1-4 2-2 1 3 2 2 1 0 7 J31 at Louisiana College *29 2-10 1-5 0-0 6 2 1 1 0 1 5 F5 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 26 0-6 0-1 4-6 3 3 2 2 0 1 4 F7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE 15 2-5 0-2 2-2 2 2 1 0 0 0 6 F9 UT-DALLAS 24 1-8 0-5 4-6 3 3 0 2 0 1 6 F14 UT-TYLER 16 4-9 1-5 0-0 0 2 1 2 0 1 9 F19 at LeTourneau Univ. 13 2-6 1-4 0-0 1 2 0 1 0 0 5 F21 at East Texas Baptist 10 1-3 1-3 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3

YOUNG’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT-AVG REB-AVG AST ST 2008-09 23-1 134-5.8 41-1.8 .5 .5 Career 23-1 134-5.8 41-1.8 .5 .5

BLK .08 .08

PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo My Pre-Game Ritual I eat a good meal then go to the gym early so I have plenty of time to warm up Favorite Movie Love and Basketball When I was little I wanted to be A veterinarian Favorite TV Show CSI Favorite Basketball Shoe Nike If I’m Not in the Gym You’ll Find Me Swimming, riding four wheelers, or spending time with family On My iPod You’ll Find A variety of music I’m Most Proud of My religious background My Favorite WNBA player is I don’t watch the WNBA Best Basketball Memory Playing in the final four of State You’ll Never Find Me Without My cell phone Why I Chose Ozarks It is a prestigious school and I could continue my basketball career Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Not sure

FG-ATT-PCT 40-114-35.1 40-114-35.1

3PT-ATT-PCT FT-ATT-PCT 15-59-25.4 39-47-83.0 15-59-25.4 39-47-83.0

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| NEWCOMER PROFILES |

#55 Alexa Booth

#12 Chelsea Glasscock

#14 Ariel Henderson

#21 Lindsey Louks

#32 Jordan Patton

Sophomore Center 6-1 Tulsa, Okla. Murray State College

Freshman Guard 5-2 Prairie Grove, Ark. Prairie Grove HS

Freshman Guard 5-6 Hot Springs, Ark. Christian Ministries Ac.

Freshman Forward 5-9 Pangburn, Ark. Pangburn HS

Freshman Guard 5-5 Clarksville, Ark. Clarksville HS

PERSONAL Parents Wade & Leona Booth Major Art

PERSONAL Parents Wade & Sharon Jones Major Mathematics/Sec. Educ.

PERSONAL Parents Scott & Paula Henderson Major Biology

PERSONAL Parents Tim and Suzanne Louks Major Biology

Daniel Webster HS Murray State Averaged 12.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game at Daniel Webster High School. Named All-District and All-Conference. Received a redshirt at Rogers State as a freshman. Played at Murray State College as a sophomore and helped the team to the first round of the playoffs. PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal My Mom’s Spaghetti My Pre-Game Ritual Crunk Time Favorite Movie The War When I was little I wanted to be An artist, fashion designer or interior decorator Favorite Basketball Shoe Nike On My iPod You’ll Find Everything from Rock to Hip-hop; no country I’m Most Proud of My accomplishments in life so far, me being me and not following the pack Best Basketball Memory Last game of my senior year of high school making half-court buzzer beater You’ll Never Find Me Without My backpack Why I Chose Ozarks My friend, the art program and to be part of the basketball team Favorite Web Site Myspace/Facebook If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite My family, Demetries, and Anthony

Prairie Grove HS Averaged 8.2 points, 2.7 assists and 1.5 steals per game as a junior. Hit 5 three-pointers against Elkins High School. Named All-District, team MVP and earned a spot on Max Preps top-25 list during career. PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Fried chicken, mashed potatoes & green beans My Pre-Game Ritual Pray, stretch and listen to music Favorite Movie Hitch When I was little I wanted to be Tall Favorite Basketball Shoe Nike On My iPod You’ll Find A little of everything I’m Most Proud of My academic accomplishments Best Basketball Memory Playing in State or Top 25 Camp You’ll Never Find Me Without My cell phone Why I Chose Ozarks It’s close to home, yet far enough away Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Michael Jordan, Barack Obama and Lindsey Louks

Christian Ministries Acad. Averaged 12.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game as a senior. Earned Mid-Arkansas Christian Conference AllConference and All-State honors 2008-09 season. Helped team to a conference championship her senior campaign. Led CMA win one state title and make the state championship game two other times during her four-year career. PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Shrimp Fettuccine Alfredo My Pre-Game Ritual Listening to Skillet and Toby Mac on my iPod while I get dressed Favorite Movie Remember the Titans When I was little I wanted to be A doctor Favorite Basketball Shoe New Balance On My iPod You’ll Find Everything from Christian Rock to 80’s hits I’m Most Proud of Graduating as Valedictorian Best Basketball Memory Winning the State Championship Game You’ll Never Find Me Without Gum Why I Chose Ozarks I really liked the small friendly environment Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Pat Summit, Denzel Washinton, Candace Parker

Pangburn HS Averaged 18.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior, earning All-State and AllConference. Played in the Arkansas All-Star game. Named All-Conference as a junior. Was named The Sun Times Freshman of the Year. Two-time member of the Greers Ferry Lake Classic First Team. Led team to regional tournament as a senior, and the state tournament and conference and district championship her junior year. PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Fried chicken, mashed potatoes & corn My Pre-Game Ritual Pray, listen to music, stretch and focus Favorite Movie Dumb and Dumber When I was little I wanted to be A teacher Favorite Basketball Shoe Nike On My iPod You’ll Find A mix of everything I’m Most Proud of My academic and athletic accomplishments Best Basketball Memory Playing in the Arkansas High School All-Star Game You’ll Never Find Me Without My cell phone Why I Chose Ozarks The friendly environment and the small campus Favorite Web Site Facebook.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Oprah, Tyra Banks and Chelsea Glasscock

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PERSONAL Parents Brady & Lisa Duff, Pat & Judy Patton Major Biology Clarksville HS Played at Clarksville High School. Helped team to district championship as a senior. PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Meal Chicken and salad My Pre-Game Ritual Relax and listen to music Favorite Movie Any Adam Sandler movie When I was little I wanted to be A veterinarian Favorite Basketball Shoe Nike or Jordans On My iPod You’ll Find A little bit of everything I’m Most Proud of My family Best Basketball Memory Getting pumped up before my High School games You’ll Never Find Me Without My phone or ipod Why I Chose Ozarks It’s close to my family Favorite Web Site Google.com If I Could Have Dinner With Any Three People In The World, I Would Invite Dr. McDreamy, Rod Dyrdek and Randy Moss


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| 2008-09 FINAL STATISTICS | Player

Lacey Phillips Olivia Fisher Sabrina Goddard Alison Villines April Young Ashley Teague Ally Goddard Molly Patterson Kayla Quertermous Emma Cantele Kristyn Shinn Savannah Carter Danielle Froggatt Kasie Osmond Lacey Mainer Chandra Briggs TEAM Total Opponents Date 11-18-08 11-21-08 11-22-08 11-25-08 11-29-08 12-1-08 12-4-08 12-6-08 12-13-08 1-3-09 1-5-09 1-8-09 1-10-09 1-15-09 1-17-09 1-19-09 1-24-09 1-29-09 1-31-09 2-5-09 2-7-09 2-9-09 2-14-09 2-19-09 2-21-09

GP-GS Min 23-23 24-24 25-19 25-24 23-1 25-6 25-25 21-1 21-0 9-0 2-0 7-0 23-0 23-1 11-0 15-1

FG-FGA-Pct

3FG-FGA-Pct FT-FTA-Pct

28.3 31.8 19.8 23.1 14.5 15.1 21.8 8.9 6.9 12.7 10.0 13.6 12.5 9.3 6.2 8.1

81-212-.382 35-109-.321 44-59-.746 85-205-.415 9-22-.409 57-77-.740 72-203-.355 0-0-.000 76-106-.717 43-127-.339 17-52-.327 47-77-.610 40-114-.351 15-59-.254 39-47-.830 43-122-.352 28-79-.354 20-36-.556 38-107-.355 27-78-.346 9-12-.750 20-46-.435 1-4-.250 21-26-.808 17-57-.298 10-40-.250 8-9-.889 8-28-.286 2-13-.154 3-4-.750 1-5-.200 1-2-.500 1-3-.333 3-10-.300 1-5-.200 7-14-.500 12-49-.245 2-12-.167 19-27-.704 13-48-.271 0-1-.000 18-28-.643 6-17-.353 2-11-.182 0-0-.000 3-18-.167 1-5-.200 0-2 -.000 25-25 4996 485-1368-.355 151-492-.307 369-527-.700 25-25 5003 616-1456-.423 141-434-.325 430-611-.704

Opponent Result at Henderson State L 48-89 at University of Dallas W 62-50 vs Austin College L 33-63 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE W 70-63 *at Concordia Texas L 72-73 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 59-72 *HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY L 49-67 *SUL ROSS STATE W 66-51 at Hendrix College L 75-84 *at Hardin-Simmons L 66-83 *at McMurry University L 48-66 *SCHREINER UNIVERSITY W 58-53 *TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. W 83-75 *LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY L 55-60 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 59-70 *at Univ. of Texas-Dallas L 48-81 *at Univ. of Texas-Tyler L 74-88 *at Mississippi College L 55-91 *at Louisiana College L 45-71 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 61-77 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 70-74 *UNIV. OF TEXAS-DALLAS L 56-70 *UNIV. OF TEXAS-TYLER L 59-89 *at LeTourneau University L 60-70 *at East Texas Baptist L 59-73

Att. 389 194 125 135 125 475 255 225 214 427 275 95 225 145 225 225 600 498 603 225 325 215 335 250 347

Off Def Tot-Avg

PF

A TO

Blk Stl

Pts

Avg

14 67 47 22 21 15 11 12 1 6 0 4 10 14 3 5 41 293 328

42 70 86 61 37 32 55 28 9 11 4 9 25 33 5 17 0 524 464

54 35 11 34 12 6 58 8 7 4 1 5 29 8 4 15 291 390

3 36 4 48 30 15 0 24 2 13 7 8 1 6 2 7 0 6 0 3 0 3 0 2 1 9 4 7 1 2 0 3

241 236 220 150 134 134 112 62 52 21 4 14 45 44 14 7

10.5 9.8 8.8 6.0 5.8 5.4 4.5 3.0 2.5 2.3 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.3 0.5

57 71-3.1 157 224-9.3 74 121-4.8 46 68-2.7 20 41-1.8 37 52-2.1 33 44-1.8 23 35-1.7 7 8-0.4 7 13-1.4 1 1-0.5 5 9-1.3 25 35-1.5 21 35-1.5 5 8-0.7 10 15-1.0 58 99-4.0 586 879-35.2 650 978-39.1

High Scorer (10) Lacey Phillips (20) Sabrina Goddard (8) Lacey Phillips/ Olivia Fisher (14) Sabrina Goddard/Lacey Phillips (14) Ally Goddard (13) Sabrina Goddard (13) Lacey Phillips (20) Sabrina Goddard (18) Molly Patterson (15) Lacey Phillips (9) April Young (14) Alison Villines (24) Olivia Fisher (16) Alison Villines (18) Lacey Phillips (9) Olivia Fisher (15) Lacey Phillips (17) Olivia Fisher (20) Sabrina Goddard (15) Lacey Phillips (22) Lacey Phillips (15) Lacey Phillips (12) Sabrina Goddard (14) Olivia Fisher (17) Olivia Fisher

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points 24 Olivia Fisher vs Texas Lutheran Univ. (1-10-09) 22 Lacey Phillips vs Louisiana Col. (2-7-09) 20 Sabrina Goddard at Louisiana Col. (1-31-09) 20 Sabrina Goddard vs Sul Ross State (12-6-08) 20 Sabrina Goddard at University of Dallas (11-21-08) Field Goals 8 Olivia Fisher vs Texas Lutheran Univ. (1-10-09) Field Goal Att. 18 Sabrina Goddard vs Texas Lutheran Univ. (1-10-09) 16 Olivia Fisher at East Texas Baptist (2-21-09) 16 Alison Villines vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09) 16 Sabrina Goddard vs Howard Payne Univ. (12-4-08) FG Pct. .833 (5-6) Ally Goddard at Concordia Texas (11-29-08) .700 (7-10) Lacey Phillips vs Louisiana Col. (2-7-09) 3 PT FG Made 5 Lacey Phillips vs Louisiana Col. (2-7-09) 3 PT FG Att. 9 Ally Goddard vs Schreiner University (1-8-09) 8 Lacey Phillips at Hendrix College (12-13-08) 8 Lacey Phillips vs Howard Payne University (12-4-08) 3-PT FG Pct. 1.000 (5-5) Lacey Phillips vs Louisiana Col. (2-7-09) Free Throws 8 Olivia Fisher at LeTourneau University (2-19-09) 8 Sabrina Goddard vs Texas-Tyler (2-14-09) 8 Olivia Fisher vs Mississippi College (2-5-09) 8 Lacey Phillips vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09)

Free Throw Att.

FT Pct. Rebounds Assists Steals

Blocked Shots

62 65 51 72 31 25 35 10 15 14 7 3 38 20 9 21 27 505 439

55 192 1490 59.6 69 226 1803 72.1

High Rebounder (6) Olivia Fisher (9) Sabrina Goddard (6) Sabrina Goddard (15) Olivia Fisher (17) Olivia Fisher (8) Sabrina Goddard (11) Olivia Fisher (12) Sabrina Goddard (5) Molly Patterson/Alison Villines (8) Olivia Fisher (7) Olivia Fisher (14) Olivia Fisher (23) Olivia Fisher (11) Olivia Fisher (10) Olivia Fisher (7) Olivia Fisher (5) Ashley Teague (4) Olivia Fisher/Ally Goddard (16) Olivia Fisher (8) Sabrina Goddard (10) Olivia Fisher (8) Olivia Fisher (6) Olivia Fisher (14) Olivia Fisher (11) Olivia Fisher

12 Alison Villines vs Schreiner University (1-8-09) 10 Olivia Fisher at East Texas Baptist (2-21-09) 10 Sabrina Goddard at East Texas Baptist (2-21-09) 10 Olivia Fisher vs Mississippi College (2-5-09) 10 Lacey Phillips vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09) 10 Molly Patterson at Hendrix College (12-13-08) 1.000 (8-8) Olivia Fisher at LeTourneau Univ. (2-19-09) 23 Olivia Fisher vs Texas Lutheran Univ. (1-10-09) 17 Olivia Fisher at Concordia Texas (1-29-08) 7 Ally Goddard at East Texas Baptist (2-21-09) 6 Olivia Fisher vs Louisiana Col. (2-7-09) 6 Lacey Phillips vs Texas Lutheran Univ. (1-10-09) 5 Lacey Phillips vs East Texas Baptist (1-17-09) 5 Olivia Fisher vs Schreiner University (1-8-09) 5 Olivia Fisher at Hardin-Simmons (1-3-09) 5 Olivia Fisher at Hendrix College (12-13-08) 5 Sabrina Goddard at Mary Hardin-Baylor (12-1-08) 3 Sabrina Goddard at Concordia Texas (11-29-08)

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| 2008-09 SEASON REVIEW | Academic Excellence Four players were named to the 2008-2009 American Southwest Conference All-Academic team. Included on the team were: Ally Goddard, a sophomore Early Childhood Education major from Siloam Springs, Ark.; Kayla Quertermous, a sophomore Physical Education major from Sullivan, Mo.; Olivia Fisher, a senior Biology major from Mountain Home, Ark.; and Kasie Osmond, a senior Strategic Communications major from Pierce City, Mo. To be eligible for ASC All-Academic honors, student-athletes must have lettered in the 2008-2009 season, be in at least their second academic year at their institution, and carry a career gradepoint average of 3.00 or better. Helping Hands The University of the Ozarks women’s basketball team hosted the Area 4 Special Olympics Basketball Tournament last season. Four co-ed teams from around the area participated in the event for a chance to advance to the state tournament held in Russellville. Assistant women’s basketball coach Joey Curtis was pleased to be able to help with the tourney, stating “It was a good experience for the team,” said Curtis. “The girls had a lot of fun. We were glad to have the opportunity to help out with such a worthy cause.” Those members of the women’s team volunteering for the event were Danielle Froggatt, Ally Goddard, Sabrina Goddard, Ashley Teague, Alison Villines, April Young and coaches Christina Jost, Emma Bottorff and Curtis. The team provided assistance with a skills challenge test as well as refereeing games throughout the day. The tournament brought in approximate 25-30 players, including a team from Clarksville’s Forrester-Davis Development Center.

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Olivia Fisher Fisher Named Top Student-Athlete Olivia Fisher was named the 2008-2009 Ozarks’ Female Athlete of the Year. It is the second straight year she has received the award. The Athlete of the Year award is given to a student-athlete who displays outstanding athletic accomplishments, combined with academic excellence and superior career credentials. The award is voted on by the university’s athletic staff. Fisher, a starter on the basketball team, averaged 9.8 points and 9.3 rebounds per game en route to earning American Southwest Conference All-East Division Honorable Mention in 2008-09. The 6-foot forward ranked fifth in the ASC in rebounding and fourteenth in steals (2.0). She shot 74 percent from the free throw line in her senior campaign. Fisher was named ASC Player of the Week and D3Hoops.com Player of the Week in January after averaging 15.5 points, 18.5 rebounds and 3.0 steals in a pair of Ozarks’ wins. Fisher pulled down 23 rebounds that week against Texas Lutheran University. She finishes her career ranked fourth at Ozarks in career rebounding (817). In addition to basketball, Fisher received All-Conference honors in soccer and tennis during her career. In 2008, Fisher was named the ASC East Division Women’s Tennis Player of the Year and earned ASC AllEast Division First Team honors. The Mountain Home, Ark., native earned Second Team All-Conference honors in soccer the 2007 season. She was a two-time All-Conference soccer selection. She is the program leader at Ozarks in games played (73) for soccer. In her career, she has been on the ASC AllAcademic Team. Fisher graduated with a degree in biology.

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ASC Honors Two Players Senior forward Olivia Fisher and freshman guard Lacey Phillips received American Southwest Conference divisional honors following the 2008-09 season. Fisher, a 6-foot native of Mountain Home, Ark., earned ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention. She ranked fifth in the ASC in rebounding (9.3) and fourteenth in steals (2.0). She ended her senior year averaging 9.8 points per game, second-highest on the team. Fisher’s best game of the year came against Texas Lutheran University when she scored 24 points and pulled down 23 rebounds. She had seven double-doubles during the year and scored in double figures ten times. She earned ASC Player of the Week and D3Hoops.com Team of the Week honors once this season. She earned Honorable Mention honors last season. Phillips, a 5-foot8 native of Clarksville, Ark., was named to the ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention Team and earned a spot on the East Division All-Freshman Team. Phillips was among the top three-point shooters in the conference, ranking ninth in the league in threepointers per game (1.5). She led the team in scoring (10.5) and three-pointers (35), and ranked second in assists (2.3) and steals (1.5). Phillips ended her stellar freshman campaign averaging 3.1 rebounds and hitting 32 percent from beyond the arc. She scored in double figures 14 times and hit a three-pointer in 17 of 23 games. She hit at least two three-pointers 12 times. Against Louisiana College February 7, Phillips nailed all five of her three-point attempts and scored a career-high 22 points. Fab Five Lay Foundation The Lady Eagles relied on a group of five freshmen during the 2008-2009 season to help build the program’s future. Lacey Phillips, Sabrina Goddard, Alison Villines, April Young and Ashley Teague all delivered as Ozarks improved from one win in 2007-2008 to five wins last season. Phillips was named to the ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention Team and earned a spot on the East Division All-Freshman Team after averaging 10.5 points per game. Goddard was an inside presence, averaging 8.8 points an 4.8 rebounds per game. Villines started in 24 games and averaged 6.0 points per game. Young and Teague were among the top three-point and free throw shooters on the team, respectively.

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| ASC REVIEW | 2008-09 East Division Standings ASC Overall Texas-Dallas 18-2 .900 21-5 .808 Mississippi College 17-3 .850 22-5 .815 Louisiana College 12-8 .600 16-9 .640 Texas-Tyler 12-8 .600 15-11 .577 East Texas Baptist 8-12 .400 9-16 .360 LeTourneau 4-16 .200 5-20 .200 Ozarks 3-17 .150 5-20 .200 2008-09 West Division Standings ASC Overall McMurry 17-4 .810 21-6 .778 Howard Payne 16-5 .762 23-6 .793 Hardin-Simmons 16-5 .762 22-6 .786 Mary Hardin-Baylor 12-9 .571 14-13 .519 Concordia Texas 11-10 .524 11-12 .478 Texas Lutheran 5-16 .238 7-18 .280 Schreiner 2-19 .095 2-23 .080 Sul Ross State 1-20 .048 1-23 .042 2008-09 All-ASC Team Kassandra Bills, G, Concordia Texas Lindsey Newcombe, P, Hardin-Simmons Rosemary Green, F, Mississippi College Becky Taylor, P, Texas-Tyler Tillisha Givens, F, Louisiana College ASC East Division Honors ASC Player of the Year: Tillisha Givens, F, So., Louisiana College ASC Defensive Player of the Year: Marzetta Shepard, G, Sr., University of Texas at Tyler ASC Freshman of the Year: Lyndsey Smith, G, University of Texas at Dallas ASC Co-Newcomers of the Year: Brittany Dukes, G, Sr., Mississippi College; Satara Harrell, F, Jr., East Texas Baptist University ASC Sportsmanship Athletes of the Year: Casie Hilton, G, Sr., Mississippi College; Becky Taylor, P, Jr., University of Texas at Tyler ASC East Division Coach of the Year: Polly Thomason, University of Texas at Dallas ASC West Division Honors ASC Co-Players of the Year: Kassandra Bills, G, Sr., Concordia Texas University; Lindsey Newcombe, P, So., HardinSimmons University ASC Defensive Player of the Year: Kassandra Bills, G, Sr., Concordia Texas University ASC Freshman of the Year: Tamisha Timpson, F, Texas Lutheran University ASC Newcomer of the Year: Anna Berthel, P, So., McMurry University ASC Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year: Monica Enriquz, G, Sr., Schreiner University ASC Co-Coaches of the Year: Steve Cochran, Concordia University Texas; Roxanne Long, Texas Lutheran University

ASC All-East Division Team First Team Tillisha Givens, F, Louisiana College Rosemary Green, F, Mississippi College Becky Taylor, P, Texas-Tyler Anesia McBride, F, Mississippi College Lyndsey Smith, G, Texas-Dallas Second Team Candace Vallo, G, East Texas Baptist Chelsea Edwards, PG, Texas-Dallas Brittany Dukes, G, Mississippi College Melissa Thomas, G, Texas-Tyler Satara Harrell, F, East Texas Baptist Christy Pantallion, G, Louisiana College Honorable Mention Anna Patterson, G, Mississippi College Marzetta Shepard, G, Texas-Tyler Lauren Hale, F, Texas-Dallas Olivia Fisher, G, Ozarks Lacey Phillips, G, Ozarks Ali Goodwin, G, LeTourneau Lindsey Eaton, P, Texas-Tyler Marci Trogus, G, Texas-Tyler ASC East Division Defensive Team Marzetta Shepard, G, Texas-Tyler Tillisha Givens, F, Louisiana College Casie Hilton, G, Mississippi College Anna Patterson, G, Mississippi College Chelsea Edwards, PG, Texas-Dallas ASC East Division Freshman Team Lyndsey Smith, G, Texas-Dallas Roslyn Wilmer, G, Louisiana College Ali Goodwin, G, LeTourneau Lindsay Hausmann, G, Texas-Tyler Lacey Phillips, G, Ozarks ASC All-West Division Team First Team Kassandra Bills, G, Concordia Lindsey Newcombe, P, Hardin-Simmons Hope Hohertz, F, Howard Payne Monica Enriquez, G, Schreiner Landie Thompson, P, Mary Hardin-Baylor Second Team Mollie Brawner, G, Hardin-Simmons Amber Horton, G, McMurry Bo Warm, PG, Hardin-Simmons Anna Berthel, P, McMurry Dominique Brown, G, McMurry Honorable Mention Whitney Clancy, G, Concordia Texas Elaine Hobbs, G, Howard Payne Kellie Thomas, P, Mary Hardin-Baylor Haylee Allen, G, Hardin-Simmons Jenny Black, G, Mary Hardin-Baylor Mallory McAdams, G, Mary Hardin-Baylor ASC West Division Freshman Team Tamisha Timpson, F, Texas Lutheran Brittany Zamora, G, Howard Payne Kim Hagan, F, Texas Lutheran Angela Newcombe, F, Hardin-Simmons Hannah Burleson, G, Schreiner

ASC Team Statistics Scoring Offense 1. Hardin-Simmons 2. Mississippi College 3. Texas-Tyler 4. McMurry 5. Texas-Dallas 6. Concordia Texas 7. Texas Lutheran 8. Louisiana College 9. Howard Payne 10. Mary Hardin-Baylor 11. Ozarks 12. Schreiner 13. East Texas Baptist 14. LeTourneau 15. Sul Ross State

77.2 76.0 75.7 73.4 71.1 70.2 69.4 66.9 66.4 65.7 59.6 59.5 58.9 54.4 50.1

Scoring Defense 1. Howard Payne 2. Mississippi College 3. McMurry 4. Louisiana College 5. Texas-Dallas 6. Mary Hardin-Baylor 7. Hardin-Simmons 8. Sul Ross State 9. East Texas Baptist 10. Texas-Tyler 11. Concordia Texas 12. Ozarks 13. LeTourneau 14. Texas Lutheran 15. Schreiner

56.3 58.5 59.3 60.6 61.1 62.4 65.2 69.0 69.1 69.9 70.2 72.1 72.8 78.0 79.9

Field Goal Percentage 1. Mississippi College 2. Hardin-Simmons 3. Texas-Tyler 4. McMurry 5. Texas-Dallas 6. Louisiana College 7. Howard Payne 8. Mary Hardin-Baylor 9. Concordia Texas 10. Texas Lutheran 11. Ozarks 12. East Texas Baptist 13. Schreiner 14. LeTourneau 15. Sul Ross State

.478 .446 .441 .431 .421 .419 .412 .390 .367 .360 .355 .348 .345 .334 .334

3-Point Field Goal Percentage 1. Mississippi College 2. Hardin-Simmons 3. Texas-Dallas 4. Concordia Texas 5. LeTourneau 6. Ozarks 7. Louisiana College 8. Howard Payne 9. McMurry 10. Texas Lutheran 11. Mary Hardin-Baylor 12. Texas-Tyler 13. East Texas Baptist 14. Sul Ross State 15. Schreiner

.401 .387 .360 .324 .322 .307 .303 .303 .297 .287 .279 .273 .254 .247 .227

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UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS OPPONENTS

| opponents | ECCLESIA COLLEGE Nov. 20 - Springdale, Ark.-7:30 Location: Springdale, Ark. Enrollment: 250 Conference: None Affiliation: NCCAA Nickname: Lady Royals 2008-09 Record: 12-19 Conf. Finish: N/A H Coach: Kevin Meythaler Starter’s Returning: 4 SID: Josh Souza SID Phone: 479.200.7024

HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY Dec. 3 - Brownwood, Texas-5:30 Location: Brownwood, Texas Enrollment: 1,039 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Yellow Jackets 2008-09 Record: 23-6 Conf. Finish: 16-5 (T-2nd) H Coach: Joshua Prock Starter’s Returning: 4 SID: Abram Choate SID Phone: 325.649.8111

SCHREINER UNIVERSITY Jan. 7 - Kerrville, Texas-5:30 Location: Kerrville, Texas Enrollment: 982 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Mountaineers 2008-09 Record: 2-23 Conf. Finish: 2-19 (6th) H Coach: Matt Wallis Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Wayne Hinkley SID Phone: 830.792.7449

CENTRAL BAPTIST COLLEGE Jan. 21 - Clarksville, Ark.-6:30 Location: Conway, Ark. Enrollment: 625 Conference: Independent Affiliation: NAIA, NCCAA Nickname: Mustangs 2008-09 Record: 11-18 Conf. Finish: NA H Coach: Lyle Middleton Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Lyle Middleton SID Phone: (501) 329-6872

COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS Nov. 21 - Springdale, Ark.-1:00 Location: Branson, Mo. Enrollment: 1,400 Conference: MCAC Affiliation: NAIA Nickname: Lady Bobcats 2008-09 Record: 29-6 Conf. Finish: 12-0 (1st) H Coach: George Wilson Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Candace Sullinger SID Phone: 417.690.2636

SUL ROSS STATE UNIVERSITY Dec. 5 - Alpine, Texas-1:00 Location: Alpine, Texas Enrollment: 1,039 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Lobos 2008-09 Record: 1-23 Conf. Finish: 1-20 (7th) H Coach: David Tandy Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Travis Hendryx SID Phone: 432.837.8673

TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY Jan. 9 - Seguin, Texas-1:00 Location: Seguin, Texas Enrollment: 1,375 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Bulldogs 2008-09 Record: 7-18 Conf. Finish: 5-16 (5th) H Coach: Roxanne Long Starter’s Returning: 4 SID: Tim Clark SID Phone: 830.372.6877

HENDRIX COLLEGE Nov. 24 - Clarksville, Ark.-7:00 Location: Conway, Ark. Enrollment: 1,350 Conference: SCAC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Warriors 2008-09 Record: 14-12 Conf. Finish: 7-8 (3rd) H Coach: Thad McCracken Starter’s Returning: 4 SID: Brian Rejer SID Phone: 501.450.1426

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY Dec. 12 - Clarksville, Ark.-1:00 Location: Abilene, Texas Enrollment: 1,997 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Cowgirls 2008-09 Record: 22-6 Conf. Finish: 16-5 (T-2nd) H Coach: Shanna Briggs Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Chad Grubbs SID Phone: 325.670.1473

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY TEXAS Nov. 28 - Clarksville, Ark.-5:00 Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 2,000 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Tornados 2008-09 Record: 11-12 Conf. Finish: 11-10 (4th) H Coach: Steven Cochran Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Tony Baldwin SID Phone: 512.313.4503

MCMURRY UNIVERSITY Dec. 18 - Clarksville, Ark.-5:30 Location: Abilene, Texas Enrollment: 1,183 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: None 2008-09 Record: 21-6 Conf. Finish: 17-4 (1st) H Coach: Veronica Snow Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Kyle Robarts SID Phone: 325.793.4612

LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY Jan. 14 - Longview, Texas-5:30 Feb. 18 - Clarksville, Ark.-5:30 Location: Longview, Texas Enrollment: 1,327 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady YellowJackets 2009-08 Record: 5-20 Conf. Finish: 4-16 (5th) H Coach: Corey Thomaston Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Brian Howard SID Phone: 903.233.3724

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-TYLER Jan. 23 - Clarksville, Ark.-1:00 Feb. 13 - Tyler, Texas-1:00 Location: Tyler, Texas Enrollment: 3,863 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Patriots 2008-09 Record: 15-11 Conf. Finish: 12-8 (T-3rd) H Coach: Stasha Richards Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Peyton Low SID Phone: 903.565.5559

MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR Nov. 30 - Clarksville, Ark.-5:30 Location: Belton, Texas Enrollment: 1,875 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Crusaders 2008-09 Record: 14-13 Conf. Finish: 12-9 (3th) H Coach: Kim Kirkpatrick-Thornton Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Jon Wallin SID Phone: 254.295.4611

UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS Jan 2. - Clarksville, Ark.-5:00 Location: Dallas, Texas Enrollment: 1,299 Conference: NEAC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Crusaders 2008-09 Record: 6-19 Conf. Finish: 0-1 H Coach: Jennifer Fleming Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Ryan Frey SID Phone: 972-721-5378

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EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY Jan. 16 - Marshall, Texas-1:00 Feb. 20 - Clarksville, Ark.-1:00 Location: Marshall, Texas Enrollment: 1,152 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Tigers 2008-09 Record: 9-16 Conf. Finish: 8-12 (4th) H Coach: Lane Loyd Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: David Weaver SID Phone: 903.923.2129 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-DALLAS Jan. 18 - Clarksville, Ark.-5:30 Feb. 8 - Richardson, Texas-5:30 Location: Richardson, Texas Enrollment: 6,923 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Comets 2008-09 Record: 21-5 Conf. Finish: 18-2 (1st) H Coach: Polly Thomason Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Bruce Unrue SID Phone: 972.883.6308

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE Jan. 28 - Clarksville, Ark.-5:30 Feb. 4 - Clinton, Miss.-5:30 Location: Clinton, Miss. Enrollment: 3,348 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Choctaws 2008-09 Record: 22-5 Conf. Finish: 17-3 (2nd) H Coach: Paul Allen Duke Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Chris Brooks SID Phone: 601.925.3234 LOUISIANA COLLEGE Jan. 30 - Clarksville, Ark.-1:00 Feb. 6 - Pineville, La.-1:00 Location: Pineville, La. Enrollment: 1,056 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Wildcats 2008-09 Record: 16-9 Conf. Finish: 12-8 (T-3rd) H Coach: Janice Joseph Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Alex Goodling SID Phone: 318.487.7590


UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS HISTORY

| CAREER LEADERS/GAME & SEASON RECORDS | CAREER SCORING 1. Penni Peppas 2. Mandi Carter 3. Lori Myers 4. Erica Eneks 5. Dee Bean 6. Christie Shuffield 7. Liz Ahne 8. Carolyn Ealy 9. Vicki Alston 10. Jenna Corbell

2,170 (1990-94) 1,538 (02-04, 05-07) 1,504 (1994-97) 1,480 (2004-08) 1,375 (1987-91) 1,264 (1998-02) 1,212 (1980-84) 1,185 (1982-86) 1,165 (1981-85) 1,163 (2000-04)

CAREER REBOUNDING 1. Alicia Haney 2. Mandi Carter 3. Leona Hubbard Scott 4. Olivia Fisher 5. Penni Peppas 6. Christie Shuffield 7. Lori Myers 8. Carolyn Ealy 9. Liz Ahne 10. Marilyn Bauer

892 (1990-94) 826 (02-04, 05-07) 820 (1988-91) 817 (04-06, 07-09) 785 (1990-94) 706 (1999-02) 661 (1994-97) 645 (1982-86) 640 (1980-84) 619 (1980-84)

CAREER ASSISTS 1. Alicia Haney 2. Callie Harmon 3. Marilyn Bauer 4. Beverly Hogrefe 5. Tracy Duncan 6. Missi Boroughs 7. Moleta Watson 8. Vickie Alston Erica Eneks 9. Chandra Briggs 10. Jenna Corbell

425 (1990-94) 391 (1984-88) 380 (1980-84) 266 (1987-91) 266 (1995-99) 259 (1992-94) 254 (1988-92) 246 (1981-86) 246 (2004-08) 236 (2005-09) 229 (2000-04)

Penni Peppas

Game Records Most Points Most Rebounds Most Field Goals Most Free Throws Most 3-Pointers Most Steals Most Assists Most Blocked Shots

47 (Penni Peppas, 1991) 25 (Jenna Corbell, 2002) 19 (Penni Peppas, 1991) 16 (Jennifer Ewing, 1998) 9 (Paige Dean & 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 % 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

Mandi Carter 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) 139 (Missi Boroughs, 1993-94) 75 (Christie Shuffield, 2002-03) 86.0% (Erin Langham, 1996-97) 47.6.% (Jana Treat, 1987-88)

Lori Myers

177 (Erica Eneks, 2004-08) 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

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. 2009-10 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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| HONORS | 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 2000-01 Christie Shuffield ASC East Division Freshman of the Year 1999-00 Kristy Watts ASC All-Tournament Team 2000-01 Mandy Thomas All-ASC 2007-08 Erica Eneks 2002-03 Jenna Corbell 1998-99 Carla Rhodes Erin Langham 1997-98 Jennifer Ewing 1996-97 Erin Langham Lori Myers Becky Stoltenberg All-ASC Honorable Mention 1997-98 Paige Dean Lora Vickers 1996-97 Paige Dean Jennifer Ewing ASC All-East Division First Team 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 2005-06 Mandi Carter 2003-04 Jenna Corbell 2002-03 Mandi Carter 2001-02 Jenna Corbell 2000-01 Christie Shuffield Mandy Thomas ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention 2008-09 Olivia Fisher Lacey Phillips 2007-08 Olivia Fisher 2006-07 Erica Eneks 2005-06 Erica Eneks 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 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 2006-07 Mandi Carter (2nd) 2002-03 Jenna Corbell ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America 2007-08 Erica Eneks (All-District-1st) 2006-07 Mandi Carter (All-District-3rd)

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NAIA/AIC HONORS Kodak All-American 1992-93 Penni Peppas 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 Player of the Year 1995-96 Becky Stoltenberg 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 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 Alicia Haney Lori Myers 1993-94 Penni Peppas 1992-93 Penni Peppas 1991-92 Penni Peppas 1990-91 Dee Bean Leona Hubbard Scott 1989-90 Leona Hubbard Scott 1987-88 Robin Mazur Jana Treat 1986-87 Carolyn Ealy 1984-85 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 AIC All-Freshman Team 1991-92 Alicia Haney 1989-90 Moleta Watson 1988-89 Beverly Holgrefe

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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 Mandi Carter Olivia Fisher Lori Moon Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall 2006-07 Mandi Carter Erica Eneks Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall 2007-08 Emma Bottorff Erica Eneks Olivia Fisher 2008-09 Olivia Fisher Ally Goddard Kasie Osmond Kayla Quertermous


UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS HISTORY

| COACHING & ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS | COACHING RECORDS Year Coach 2008-2009 Christina Jost 2007-2008 Christina Jost 2006-2007 Christina Jost Totals:

W 5 1 9 15

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

12 14 .461 4 21 .160 16 35 .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 .400 13 .480 7 .730 9 .625 13 .434 15 .375 13 .480 4 .826 14 .461 12 .571 6 .812 9 .709 15 .464 11 .633 10 .629 13 .535 14 .481 13 .518 12 .454 14 .517 13 .551 5 .800 11 .560 12 .520 12 .400 285 .564

1978-1979 R. Jones/D. Watts 5 1977-1978 R. Jones/D. Watts 1 1976-1977 R. Jones/D. Watts 3 Totals: 9 TOTAL: 409

13 .277 11 .083 7 .300 31 .225 412 .498

Jack Jones

Christina Jost

L 20 24 17 61

Pct. .200 .040 .346 .197

Arkansas Baptist..........................................26-4 Arkansas State..............................................0-1 Arkansas State at Bebe...............................9-0 Arkansas Tech University............................1-41 Austin College.............................................6-16 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......................................2-1 Central Baptist College...............................6-0 Central State.................................................1-1 Central Arkansas........................................4-29 Central Methodist College..........................0-1 Central Missouri.............................................1-0 College of the Ozarks................................14-6 Concordia-Austin.........................................2-5 Concordia College......................................1-1 Culver Stockton State..................................1-0 Dillard University............................................1-0 East Central University..................................1-0 East Texas Baptist University.......................7-16 Evangel College...........................................2-2 Freed-Hardeman College...........................1-4 Garland County Community College.......7-4 Hardin-Simmons University.........................2-13 Harding University.....................................21-10 Harris Stowe State.........................................1-0 Hendrix College..........................................7-11 Henderson State University........................10-9 High Point College........................................1-0 Howard Payne University...........................7-11 John Brown University.................................27-9 John Carroll University..................................0-1 Langston University.......................................0-1 LeTourneau University..............................11-11 Lindenwood College...................................1-1 Louisiana College.......................................6-12 Lyon College.............................................17-14 McNeese State.............................................0-1 McMurry University........................................4-9 Marian College.............................................1-0 Mid-America Nazarene...............................0-2

Mississippi College......................................3-21 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...................................5-0 Rhodes College............................................4-1 Rockhurst College........................................1-1 Rust College..................................................6-2 Schreiner University.......................................9-1 Shawnee College.........................................0-1 Southern Arkansas University.....................15-7 Southern Nazarene University.....................0-1 Southwest Baptist University........................1-1 Sul Ross State................................................9-6 Tennessee Temple University.......................0-1 Texas Lutheran University.............................6-3 UA-Little Rock................................................3-5 UA-Monticello...........................................11-23 UA-Pine Bluff..............................................19-13 University of Dallas.......................................9-4 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.................2-8 University of Texas-Dallas...........................13-9 University of Texas-Tyler..............................1-11 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

Kelly Stutz

The 1993-94 team still owns the school record in wins after going 26-6. Three future NAIA AllAmerica players were on that team, including #40 Lori Myers, #34 Becky Stoltenberg and #24 Penni Peppas. Jack Jones (far left) was the head coach and Jason Wilbanks (far right) was the assistant coach. 2009-10 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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| YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS | 1983-1984 Overall: 16-13 Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 17 JOHN BROWN Nov. 22 NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA Nov. 28 Rust College Dec. 2 UNIV. OF CENTRAL ARK. Dec. 6 ARKANSAS TECH Dec. 9 OUACHITA BAPTIST Dec. 12 UA-Pine Bluff Dec. 17 UA-Monticello Jan. 6 Rust College Jan. 7 GARLAND COUNTY CC Jan. 13 Bethany Nazarene Jan. 14 Oklahoma Baptist Jan. 17 John Brown Jan. 20 Southern Arkansas Jan. 21 UA-LITTLE ROCK Jan. 24 Arkansas College Jan. 27 Henderson State Jan. 28 UA-PINE BLUFF Jan. 31 Univ. of Central Arkansas Feb. 3 Hendrix College Feb. 7 Ouachita Baptist Feb. 10 UA-MONTICELLO Feb. 14 SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Feb. 17 ARKANSAS COLLEGE Feb. 18 UA-Little Rock Feb. 21 HENDERSON STATE Feb. 27 vs Feb. 28 vs Feb. 29 vs

NA NA NA L 64-68 NA NA NA L 50-62 NA NA W NA NA NA NA L 75-83 NA W 73-65 NA L 59-77 NA NA L 60-62 NA NA W 66-60 W 74-69 W W L

1984-1985 Overall: 15-14 Head Coach: Jack Jones Schedule/Results Not Available 1985-1986 Overall: 10-12; AIC: 8-10 (T-6th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 20 Southwest Baptist Nov. 23 Bethany Nazarene Dec. 3 *HARDING Dec. 6 *UA-Pine Bluff Dec. 10 *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Dec. 13 *Arkansas Tech Dec. 14 *UA-MONTICELLO Dec. 17 UA-LITTLE ROCK Jan. 9 *OUACHITA BAPTIST Jan. 14 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE Jan. 17 *Henderson State Jan. 21 *Central Arkansas Jan. 24 *Harding Jan. 28 *UA-PINE BLUFF Jan. 31 *Southern Arkansas Feb. 4 *ARKANSAS TECH Feb. 7 *UA-Monticello Feb. 11 *Ouachita Baptist Feb. 14 *Arkansas College Feb. 17 UA-Little Rock Feb. 18 *HENDERSON STATE Feb. 21 *CENTRAL ARKANSAS

W NA W NA W 75-52 NA NA NA L 80-81 OT W 77-75 NA NA L 66-75 L 47-64 W 60-55 NA NA NA L 62-69 NA NA L 60-66 NA L 67-72

1986-1987 Overall: 14-13; AIC: 10-8 (5th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 17 at Bethel College Nov. 18 at Freed-Hardeman Nov. 22 NORTHEASTERN OKLA Nov. 25 PHILANDER SMITH Dec. 1 *at Harding Dec. 4 *OUACHITA BAPTIST Dec. 8 at Philander Smith Dec. 11 *CENTRAL ARKANSAS Dec. 12 JBU Classic Dec. 13 JBU Classic Dec. 16 at Northeastern Okla. St. Jan. 3 *at Arkansas College Jan. 5 *at Arkansas Tech Jan. 8 *UA-PINE BLUFF Jan. 12 *at Henderson State Jan. 15 *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Jan. 19 *UA-MONTICELLO Jan. 26 *HARDING

NA NA NA NA W 75-64 NA NA L 56-60 NA NA NA NA NA NA W 67-60 NA L 72-80 W 68-53

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Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 23

*at Ouachita Baptist *ARKANSAS COLLEGE *at Central Arkansas *ARKANSAS TECH *at UA-Pine Bluff *HENDERSON STATE *at Southern Arkansas *at UA-Monticello ARKANSAS STATE UNIV

L 57-71 NA NA NA NA W 80-51 NA L 82-97 NA

1987-1988 Overall: 13-14; AIC: 8-8 (5th) Head Coach: Jack Jones NA Southwest Baptist NA Rockhurst NA Philander Smith NA UA-Pine Bluff NA Arkansas Baptist College NA Philander Smith NA Langston NA Central State NA Freed-Hardeman NA Harding University Jan. 14 &UA-Monticello NA Henderson State NA UA-Pine Bluff NA Southern Arkansas Jan. 23 Central Arkansas NA Arkansas Tech NA Arkansas College NA Ouachita Baptist Feb. 4 Central Arkansas NA Harding University NA Henderson State NA Southern Arkansas Feb. 20 UA-Monticello NA Arkansas Tech NA Arkansas College NA Ouachita Baptist Mar. 1 Central Arkansas &Game forfeited

L 54-58 W 68-58 W 66-60 L 55-57 W 79-60 W 92-63 L 73-79 L 50-65 L 58-62 W 69-68 L 74-94 L 61-63 W 77-64 W 85-69 L 55-63 L 59-62 W 73-69 W 99-66 L 75-80 W 64-60 W 72-60 L 58-65 L 80-85 L 60-79 W 58-55 L 54-56 L 65-73

1988-1989 Overall: 15-13; AIC: 9-7 (4th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 15 School of the Ozarks Nov. 19 Baptist Christian College Nov. 21 Arkansas Baptist Nov. 25 Baptist Christian College Nov. 26 John Brown Dec. 1 Arkansas Baptist Dec. 6 John Brown Univ. Dec. 9 Philander Smith Jan. 2 Marian College Jan. 5 *CENTRAL ARKANSAS Jan. 9 *at Harding University Jan. 12 *UA-MONTICELLO Jan. 16 *at Henderson State Jan. 19 UA-PINE BLUFF Jan. 21 *at Southern Arkansas Jan. 23 *at Arkansas Tech Jan. 26 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE Jan. 30 *at Ouachita Baptist Feb. 2 *at Central Arkansas Feb. 6 *HARDING UNIVERSITY Feb. 9 *at UA-Monticello Feb. 11 *HENDERSON STATE Feb. 13 UA-Pine Bluff Feb. 16 *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Feb. 20 *ARKANSAS TECH Feb. 23 *at Arkansas College Feb. 25 *OUACHITA BAPTIST Feb. 28 UA-Pine Bluff

L 59-68 W 66-37 L 67-69 W 93-90 W 48-46 W 61-50 L 62-67 L 66-67 W 90-63 W 65-59 W 81-62 L 64-96 L 76-77 L 70-79 L 77-82 L 41-68 W 67-64 OT W 68-59 L 63-79 W 71-48 L 52-91 W 78-53 W 71-70 W 82-63 L 30-66 W 89-85 2OT W 84-69 L 61-66

1989-1990 Overall: 17-10; AIC: 8-8 (4th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 13 Oral Roberts Nov. 17 SCHOOL OF THE OZARKS Nov. 21 PHILANDER SMITH Nov. 25 PHILANDER SMITH Nov. 28 at Ark. Baptist College Dec. 1 vs East Texas Baptist Dec. 2 John Brown Dec. 4 UA-Pine Bluff

W 72-56 W 82-73 W 86-64 W 83-80 W 68-54 W 76-65 W 63-44 W 77-74

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*at Harding University W 65-64 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 66-59 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE W 64-59 *at Arkansas Tech L 48-56 *HENDERSON STATE W 102-61 *at Central Arkansas L 64-74 *at UA-Monticello L 85-95 *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS W 82-69 *at Ouachita Baptist L 45-50 UA-PINE BLUFF L 64-70 *HARDING UNIVERSITY W 76-47 *at Arkansas College L 52-54 *ARKANSAS TECH L 62-66 *at Henderson State W 78-48 *CENTRAL ARKANSAS W 71-50 *UA-MONTICELLO L 72-98 *at Southern Arkansas L 61-75 *OUACHITA BAPTIST W 82-64 UA-Pine Bluff L 53-68 vs NA W NA vs NA L NA

1990-1991 Overall: 19-11; AIC: 6-7 Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 12 at Northeastern Okla. St. Nov. 16 John Brown Nov. 17 Oral Roberts Nov. 19 Philander Smith Nov. 26 PHILANDER SMITH Nov. 28 ARK. BAPTIST COLLEGE Dec. 3 UA-Pine Bluff Dec. 6 HARDING UNIVERSITY Dec. 8 at Arkansas Baptist Jan. 4 High Point Jan. 5 Catawba Jan. 8 Wayland Baptist Jan. 10 at Arkansas College Jan. 12 ARKANSAS TECH Jan. 14 at Henderson State Jan. 17 CENTRAL ARKANSAS Jan. 21 UA-MONTICELLO Jan. 24 at Southern Arkansas Jan. 28 OUACHITA BAPTIST Jan. 31 UA-PINE BLUFF Feb. 4 at Harding Feb. 7 ARKANSAS COLLEGE Feb. 9 at Arkansas Tech Feb. 11 HENDERSON STATE Feb. 14 at Central Arkansas Feb. 16 at Ouachita Baptist Feb. 18 at UA-Monticello Feb. 21 SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Feb. 23 HENDERSON STATE Feb. 26 at Central Arkansas

W 68-58 W 71-64 W 111-83 W 112-92 W 113-57 W 105-62 L 80-84 W 72-61 W 83-60 W 84-72 W 82-65 L 51-66 W 105-92 L 60-76 L 71-78 L 69-72 L 74-90 W 69-66 W 88-61 W 97-74 W 73-61 W 77-72 L 68-84 L 81-86 L 68-84 L 73-90 W 74-73 W 88-75 W 84-55 L 72-90

1991-1992 Overall: 13-15; AIC: 3-13 (9th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 18 at Arkansas Baptist Nov. 21 ARK. BAPTIST COLLEGE Nov. 23 UA-PINE BLUFF Nov. 26 JOHN BROWN Dec. 2 at Central Arkansas Dec. 5 &UA-MONTICELLO Dec. 6 at Missouri Baptist Dec. 7 at John Brown Dec. 13 at Southern Nazarene Dec. 14 at Oklahoma Baptist Jan. 4 COLL. OF THE OZARKS Jan. 7 PHILANDER SMITH Jan. 9 at Harding Jan. 11 HENDERSON STATE Jan. 13 at UA-Pine Bluff Jan. 16 ARKANSAS COLLEGE Jan. 20 SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Jan. 23 at Arkansas Tech Jan. 25 OUACHITA BAPTIST Jan. 27 CENTRAL ARKANSAS Jan. 30 at UA-Monticello Feb. 3 HARDING Feb. 6 at Henderson State Feb. 8 at John Brown Feb. 10 at Arkansas College Feb. 13 at Southern Arkansas

W 66-56 W 94-52 W 75-62 W 79-53 L 75-87 L 70-74 W 72-69 W 43-42 L 43-88 W 73-63 W 68-63 W 73-70 L 62-73 L 51-55 L 53-68 L 53-62 L 61-67 L 52-83 W 73-70 L 60-63 W 84-81 L 63-64 L 57-68 W 49-46 L 64-83 L 64-71


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L NA L NA

1992-1993 Overall: 22-9; AIC: 10-6 (4th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 16 at Arkansas Baptist Nov. 17 at Philander Smith Nov. 20 at East Central Nov. 21 at Oklahoma Baptist Nov. 24 PHILANDER SMITH Dec. 1 CENTRAL ARKANSAS Dec. 4 at College of the Ozarks Dec. 7 at UA-Pine Bluff Dec. 8 JOHN BROWN Dec. 10 at UA-Monticello Jan. 3 at Dillard University Jan. 4 at Northeastern State Jan. 5 ARKANSAS BAPTIST Jan. 7 *HARDING UNIVERSITY Jan. 9 *at Henderson State Jan. 11 UA-PINE BLUFF Jan. 14 *at Arkansas College Jan. 18 *at Southern Arkansas Jan. 21 *ARKANSAS TECH Jan. 23 *at Ouachita Baptist Jan. 25 *at Central Arkansas Jan. 28 *UA-MONTICELLO Feb. 1 *at Harding University Feb. 4 *HENDERSON STATE Feb. 6 at John Brown Feb. 8 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE Feb. 11 *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Feb. 15 *at Arkansas Tech Feb. 18 *OUACHITA BAPTIST Feb. 20 *OUACHITA BAPTIST Feb. 23 *at UA-Monticello

W 74-68 W 100-54 W 69-67 L 68-70 W 120-73 W 75-71 W 60-57 W 78-76 W 92-76 L 62-90 W 79-70 L 60-65 W NA W 64-49 W 77-73 W 91-55 W 71-68 L 56-61 L 54-84 W 83-75 L 44-46 W 76-72 L 57-63 W 76-64 W 78-67 W 70-64 W 79-52 L 52-74 W 81-67 W 80-74 L 63-76

1993-1994 Overall: 26-6; AIC: 12-2 Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 15 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF Nov. 18 WILLIAMS BAPTIST Nov. 22 at Philander Smith Nov. 23 at UA-Pine Bluff Nov. 26 at Pittsburg State Nov. 27 at Missouri Southern Nov. 29 PHILANDER SMITH Dec. 7 at Arkansas Baptist Dec. 9 at Missouri Western Dec. 11 at Rockhurst College Jan. 3 at LeTourneau Jan. 7 at Lindenwood College Jan. 8 Harris-Stowe Jan. 10 ARKANSAS BAPTIST Jan. 13 *ARKANSAS TECH UNIV. Jan. 15 COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS Jan. 18 *at Arkansas College Jan. 20 *HARDING UNIVERSITY Jan. 24 *at Southern Arkansas Jan. 27 at John Brown Jan. 31 *UA-MONTICELLO Feb. 3 *at Ouachita Baptist Feb. 5 at William Woods Feb. 7 *at Arkansas Tech Univ. Feb. 10 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE Feb. 14 *at Harding Univ. Feb. 17 *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS Feb. 21 JOHN BROWN Feb. 24 *at UA-Monticello Feb. 28 *OUACHITA BAPTIST Mar. 3 *UA-MONTICELLO Mar. 5 *HARDING UNIVERSITY

W 101-66 W 77-53 W 93-84 W 85-54 L 88-101 W 65-56 W 106-67 W 83-70 L 41-80 L 45-48 W 112-79 W 65-54 W 84-53 W 98-79 L 71-77 W 87-43 W 68-67 W 69-54 W 67-57 W 82-47 W 69-61 W 83-77 W 81-67 L 41-69 W 68-62 W 73-72 W 70-66 W 82-51 W 73-68 W 75-63 W 74-73 L 80-89

1994-1995 Overall: 16-12; AIC: 5-10 Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 11 at Culver-Stockton Nov. 12 at William Woods Nov. 17 at UA-Pine Bluf Nov. 18 at Oklahoma Baptist Nov. 19 at College of the Ozarks Nov. 21 at Ark. Baptist College Nov. 25 at Freed-Hardeman

W 75-73 W 81-65 W 82-61 L 72-78 W 74-50 W 84-60 W 80-79

Nov. 26 Nov. 29 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Jan. 7 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 3

at Lindenwood at Hendrix College *OUACHITA BAPTIST *at John Brown University HENDRIX COLLEGE *ARKANSAS TECH UNIV. *at Arkansas-Monticello WILLIAMS BAPTIST COLL. UA-Pine Bluff *at Lyon College *HARDING UNIVERISTY *at Southern Arkansas *at Ouachita Baptist *John Brown University *at Arkansas Tech Univ. *ARK.-MONTICELLO at Williams Baptist Coll. *LYON COLLEGE *at Harding University *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS *HARDING UNIVERSITY

L 67-69 W 68-52 L 57-77 W 80-66 W 85-59 L 64-79 L 68-70 W 75-56 W 75-56 L 86-98 L 66-70 L 74-83 W 64-60 W 91-69 L 48-75 L 54-76 W 93-86 W 66-56 L 61-75 W 79-75 L 60-73

1995-1996 Overall: 12-14 Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 10 at Evangel College Nov. 11 at College of the Ozarks Nov. 17 Central Methodist Nov. 21 ARKANSAS BAPTIST Nov. 24 at Freed-Hardeman Nov. 25 vs Lyon College Nov. 27 WILLIAMS BAPTIST Nov. 30 at John Brown Dec. 1 Mid America Nazarene Dec. 2 at College of the Ozarks Dec. 4 Northeastern State Jan. 6 at Hendrix College Jan. 8 at Arkansas Baptist Jan. 10 JOHN BROWN Jan. 11 at UA-Pine Bluff Jan. 15 at Northeastern State Jan. 19 UA-Pine Bluff Jan. 25 at Lyon College Jan. 27 HARDING Jan. 29 OUACHITA BAPTIST Feb. 1 at Harding University Feb. 5 at Williams Baptist Feb. 12 LYON COLLEGE Feb. 15 at Ouachita Baptist Feb. 21 PERU STATE Feb. 24 at Briar Cliff College

L 75-79 W 94-88 L 87-91 W 99-68 L 57-64 L 65-71 W 81-79 W 90-79 L 72-79 L 55-70 W 89-78 L 85-89 L 75-78 W 70-53 L 66-72 W 76-73 W 95-74 L 61-69 L 57-87 L 67-83 L 60-96 W 82-78 W 93-83 W 72-68 W 88-86 L 71-72

1996-1997 Overall: 19-4; ASC: 9-3 (T-1st) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 23 vs Westminster Nov. 24 at Hendrix College Nov. 26 at Arkansas Baptist Dec. 5 HENDRIX COLLEGE Dec. 9 RHODES COLLEGE Dec. 11 Central Missouri Jan. 6 at Rhodes College Jan. 9 ARKANSAS BAPTIST Jan. 11 at Philander Smith Jan. 16 *AUSTIN COLLEGE Jan. 18 *UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS Jan. 23 *at Sul Ross State Jan. 25 *at Howard Payne Jan. 30 *MCMURRY Feb. 1 *HARDIN-SIMMONS Feb. 8 PHILANDER SMITH Feb. 13 *at Austin College Feb. 15 *at University of Dallas Feb. 20 *SUL ROSS STATE Feb. 22 *HOWARD PAYNE Feb. 27 *at McMurry Mar. 1 *at Hardin-Simmons Mar. 4 vs Austin College

W 107-49 W 80-75 W 75-74 W 72-69 W 94-74 W 75-54 W 88-75 W 66-53 W 95-64 W 80-63 W 63-45 L 84-86 W 94-78 W 71-65 W 77-53 W 98-71 L 57-70 L 63-65 W 94-39 W 100-78 W 71-65 W 86-70 L 52-76

1997-1998 Overall: 12-13; ASC: 4-10 (T-6th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 22 vs Webster College Nov. 23 vs Westminster Nov. 25 ARK. BAPTIST COLLEGE

W 97-43 W 76-65 W 76-73

Dec. 1 HENDRIX COLLEGE W 73-70 Dec. 4 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR L 51-84 Dec. 6 *UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS W 72-59 Dec. 9 at Arkansas Baptist L 68-79 2OT Jan. 3 *AUSTIN COLLEGE L 63-73 Jan. 8 *at Hardin-Simmons L 78-98 Jan. 10 *at McMurry L 65-76 Jan. 13 at Rhodes College W 80-72 Jan. 17 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 60-66 Jan. 22 *at Sul Ross State L 66-75 Jan. 24 *at Howard Payne L 72-74 Jan. 29 at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 74-81 Jan. 31 *at University of Dallas W 60-59 Feb. 4 CENTRAL BAPTIST W 80-41 Feb. 7 *at Austin College L 55-97 Feb. 12 *HARDIN-SIMMONS L 76-82 Feb. 14 *MCMURRY W 77-52 Feb. 16 RHODES COLLEGE W 77-53 Feb. 17 at Central Baptist W 78-51 Feb. 21 *at Mississippi College L 57-77 Feb. 26 *SUL ROSS STATE L 68-70 Feb. 28 *HOWARD PAYNE W 84-81 OT 1998-1999 Overall: 9-15; ASC: 4-6 (4th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 20 vs Ark. Baptist College Nov. 21 vs Westminster College Nov. 23 ARKANSAS BAPTIST Nov. 30 at Hendrix College Dec. 3 MCMURRY UNIVERSITY Dec. 5 HARDIN-SIMMONS Dec. 8 at Arkansas Baptist Dec. 31 at Arkansas Tech Jan. 2 at Howard Payne Jan. 4 at Sul Ross State Jan. 7 SCHREINER Jan. 9 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR Jan. 11 *at Austin College Jan. 14 *UT-DALLAS Jan. 16 *UNIV. OF DALLAS Jan. 21 *at LeTourneau Jan. 23 *at Mississippi College Jan. 30 at East Texas Baptist Feb. 4 *LETOURNEAU Feb. 6 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE Feb. 11 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST Feb. 13 *AUSTIN COLLEGE Feb. 18 *at UT-Dallas Feb. 20 *University of Dallas

W 64-42 W 74-54 W 79-55 L 49-72 L 60-73 L 39-75 L 57-62 L 49-89 L 79-80 OT W 69-65 W 79-73 L 63-78 L 39-70 W 68-61 L 55-63 W 86-80 2OT L 46-69 L 86-126 L 57-73 W 73-63 OT L 69-101 L 68-85 W 64-52 L 68-69 OT

1999-2000 Overall: 10-13; ASC: 4-8 (T-5th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 19 vs Rust College Nov. 20 at Hendrix College Nov. 22 at Rhema Bible College Dec. 2 at McMurry Dec. 4 at Hardin-Simmons Dec. 9 ARKANSAS BAPTIST Dec. 11 at Rust College Jan. 4 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE Jan. 6 HOWARD PAYNE Jan. 8 SUL ROSS STATE Jan. 13 *UT-DALLAS Jan. 15 *UNIV. OF DALLAS Jan. 17 RUST COLLEGE Jan. 20 *at East Texas Baptist Jan. 22 *at Mississippi College Jan. 25 *at Austin College Jan. 29 *LETOURNEAU Feb. 1 *AUSTIN COLLEGE Feb. 3 *at University of Dallas Feb. 10 *at UT-Dallas Feb. 12 *at LeTourneau Feb. 17 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE Feb. 19 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST

W 81-63 L 56-81 W 76-68 L 60-89 L 42-90 W 99-66 L 64-67 W 75-73 2OT L 60-68 W 76-74 OT W 73-58 W 104-76 W 73-54 L 55-66 L 56-72 L 50-58 L 62-69 L 50-51 L 79-81 OT W 72-67 W 72-71 L 58-62 L 63-84

2000-2001 Overall: 15-9; ASC: 12-6 (3rd) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 17 at Hendrix College Nov. 18 vs Rust College Nov. 28 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLL. Nov. 30 *at Schreiner

L 64-71 W 84-58 W 109-72 W 92-68

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| YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS | Dec. 2 *at Texas Lutheran Dec. 7 *SUL ROSS STATE Dec. 9 *HOWARD PAYNE Dec. 30 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE Jan. 2 at Arkansas Tech Jan. 6 *at Austin College Jan. 11 *at University of Dallas Jan. 13 *at UT-Dallas Jan. 18 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST Jan. 20 *LETOURNEAU Jan. 25 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE Jan. 27 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE Jan. 30 *AUSTIN COLLEGE Feb. 1 *at Louisiana College Feb. 3 *at Mississippi College Feb. 8 *UNIV. OF DALLAS Feb. 10 *UT-DALLAS Feb. 15 *at East Texas Baptist Feb. 17 *at LeTourneau Feb. 23 vs Hardin-Simmons

W 84-53 W 84-67 W 84-71 W 84-46 L 41-76 L 59-73 W 68-65 L 65-67 W 67-62 W 71-62 W 65-51 L 53-63 W 80-63 W 81-71 L 64-72 W 81-52 W 56-42 L 80-90 L 64-75 L 77-109

2001-2002 Overall: 19-7; ASC: 12-4 (1st) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 16 vs College of the Ozarks L 74-82 Nov. 17 vs Rust College W 54-43 Nov. 19 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE W 83-55 Nov. 26 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLLEGE W 68-58 Nov. 29 *SCHREINER W 88-60 Dec. 1 *TEXAS LUTHERAN W 69-55 Dec. 3 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 89-52 Dec. 5 at Arkansas-Monticello L 39-80 Dec. 8 *at Austin College L 55-61 Jan. 3 *at Sul Ross State L 66-79 Jan. 5 *at Howard Payne W 80-73 Jan. 10 UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS W 71-64 Jan. 12 *UT-DALLAS W 93-78 Jan. 17 *at East Texas Baptist W 78-57 Jan. 19 *at LeTourneau W 71-57 Jan. 24 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE W 88-75 Jan. 26 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 78-66 Jan. 31 *at Louisiana College L 61-74 Feb. 2 *at Mississippi College L 56-60 Feb. 7 at University of Dallas W 85-69 Feb. 9 *UT-Dallas W 79-70 Feb. 12 *AUSTIN COLLEGE W 69-50 Feb. 14 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST W 71-64 Feb. 14 *LETOURNEAU W 83-67 Feb. 22 HOWARD PAYNE W 87-79 Feb. 23 HARDIN-SIMMONS L 67-82 2002-2003 Overall: 12-13; ASC: 6-6 (3rd) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 22 COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS W 92-86 Nov. 23 vs Rhodes College L 49-58 Nov. 25 at Central Baptist College W 82-67 Nov. 30 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIV. L 41-71 Dec. 2 MCMURRY UNIVERSITY L 62-64 Dec. 5 at Mary Hardin-Baylor W 93-76 Dec. 7 at Concordia-Austin L 65-81 Dec. 30 HENDRIX COLLEGE L 65-70 OT Jan. 2 at John Brown University L 69-77 Jan. 4 HOWARD PAYNE W 65-53 Jan. 6 SUL ROSS STATE W 61-55 Jan. 9 at Schreiner University W 59-40 Jan. 11 at Texas Lutheran Univ. L 51-73 Jan. 16 *at East Texas Baptist W 79-73 Jan. 18 *at LeTourneau University L 71-73 Jan. 21 *at Austin College L 66-68 Jan. 25 *UT-DALLAS W 90-78 Jan. 30 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE W 78-70 Feb. 1 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 63-77 Feb. 8 *at Mississippi College L 65-78 Feb. 13 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST W 80-63 Feb. 15 *LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY L 64-73 OT Feb. 6 *at Louisiana College L 64-82 Feb. 18 *AUSTIN COLLEGE W 57-39 Feb. 22 *at UT-Dallas W 95-83 2003-2004 Overall: 10-15; ASC: 6-8 (T-4th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 24 CENTRAL BAPTIST Nov. 29 at Hardin-Simmons

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Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 29 Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 21

at McMurry W 72-67 MARY-HARDIN BAYLOR L 60-72 CONCORDIA-AUSTIN W 63-56 at Hendrix College L 64-69 at Sul Ross State L 65-73 at Howard Payne Univ. L 46-63 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY W 75-71 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. L 51-58 *AUSTIN COLLEGE L 42-55 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIV. W 57-53 *LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY W 86-78 *at UT-Tyler L 67-81 *at UT-Dallas W 65-63 at College of the Ozarks L 33-96 *at Louisiana College L 53-62 *at Mississippi College L 52-68 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 54-62 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 45-62 *at East Texas Baptist L 59-62 OT *at LeTourneau University W 84-71 *at Austin College L 40-72 *UT-TYLER W 83-73 *UT-DALLAS W 82-63

2004-2005 Overall: 4-21; ASC: 4-18 (7th) Head Coach: Kelly Stutz Nov. 19 vs Oklahoma Baptist Univ. L 52-86 Nov. 20 at John Brown University L 43-89 Nov. 27 *at Concordia-Austin L 61-90 Nov. 29 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 54-89 Dec. 2 *HOWARD PAYNE UNIV. L 55-77 Dec. 4 *SUL ROSS STATE UNIV. W 83-59 Dec. 11 at Hendrix College L 56-80 Jan. 2 *at Schreiner W 81-71 Jan. 3 *at Texas Lutheran L 71-87 Jan. 6 *MCMURRY L 51-81 Jan. 8 *HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIV. L 69-93 Jan. 10 *AUSTIN COLLEGE L 65-75 Jan. 13 *UT-DALLAS L 73-80 Jan. 15 *UT-TYLER L 73-80 Jan. 20 *at LeTourneau L 85-91 Jan. 22 *at East Texas Baptist L 62-75 Jan. 27 *at Mississippi College L 61-78 Jan. 29 *at Louisiana College L 66-88 Feb. 3 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 51-68 Feb. 5 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 61-80 Feb. 7 *at Austin College L 52-70 Feb. 10 *at UT-Dallas W 70-62 Feb. 12 *at UT-Tyler L 65-100 Feb. 17 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. W 68-47 Feb. 19 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 72-88 2005-2006 Overall: 12-14; ASC: 11-11 (T-4th) Head Coach: Kelly Stutz No. 18 vs Wittenberg University L 66-68 Nov. 19 vs Washington College W 74-57 Nov. 26 *MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR W 75-69 Nov. 28 *CONCORDIA-AUSTIN W 63-58 Dec. 1 *at Sul Ross State W 63-60 Dec. 3 *at Howard Payne L 59-74 Dec. 10 HENDRIX COLLEGE L 95-108 Dec. 16 *SCHREINER UNIVERSITY W 104-98 Dec. 18 *TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. W 85-76 Dec. 30 *at Austin College W 79-65 Jan. 5 *at Hardin-Simmons L 70-92 Jan. 7 *at McMurry University L 63-74 Jan. 12 *UT-Tyler L 81-90 OT Jan. 14 *at UT-Dallas L 59-73 Jan. 16 *AUSTIN COLLEGE W 81-74 Jan. 19 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 83-96 Jan. 21 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. W 82-62 Jan. 26 *at Louisiana College L 78-84 Jan. 28 *at Mississippi College L 57-60 Feb. 2 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE W 67-66 Feb. 4 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 81-70 Feb. 9 *TEXAS-TYLER L 64-78 Feb. 11 *UT-Dallas W 85-73 Feb. 16 *at East Texas Baptist L 58-69 Feb. 18 *at LeTourneau University L 92-93 OT Feb. 24 at Howard Payne L 58-77 2006-2007 Overall: 9-17; ASC: 7-13 (5th)

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Head Coach: Christina Jost Nov. 17 vs John Carroll (Ohio) L 64-80 Nov. 18 at North Central (Ill.) W 72-66 Nov. 26 RUST COLLEGE W 89-66 Nov. 25 *Howard Payne L 52-94 Nov. 27 *SUL ROSS STATE UNIV. W 74-61 Nov. 30 *at Schreiner University W 99-90 Dec. 2 *at Texas Lutheran W 94-93 OT Dec. 7 *HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIV. L 67-83 Dec. 9 at Hendrix College L 73-88 Dec. 16 *MCMURRY UNIVERSITY L 69-82 Jan. 2 HENDRIX COLLEGE L 74-81 Jan. 4 *at Concordia-Austin L 60-73 Jan. 6 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 64-67 Jan. 11 *at East Texas Baptist L 63-83 Jan. 13 *at LeTourneau W 69-64 Jan. 18 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE W 79-57 Jan. 20 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 78-68 Jan. 25 *UT-DALLAS L 66-72 Jan. 27 *UT-TYLER L 74-76 Feb. 1 *at UT-Dallas L 62-66 Feb. 3 *at UT-Tyler L 61-91 Feb. 8 *at Louisiana College L 59-63 Feb. 10 *at Mississippi College L 57-61 Feb. 15 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 86-94 Feb. 17 *LETOURNEAU W 87-69 Feb. 2 at Howard Payne L 52-78 2007-2008 Overall: 1-24; ASC: 1-19 (7th) Head Coach: Christina Jost Nov. 23 TENNESSEE TEMPLE UNIV. L 73-77 Nov. 24 vs Montreat College L 65-74 Nov. 29 *at Sul Ross State L 41-59 Dec. 1 *at Howard Payne L 24-88 Dec. 5 at Henderson State L 60-81 Dec. 8 at Hendrix College L 67-84 Dec. 15 *SCHREINER UNIVERSITY L 70-86 Dec. 17 *TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. W 75-66 Dec. 31 HENDRIX COLLEGE L 53-76 Jan. 3 *at Hardin-Simmons L 53-91 Jan. 5 *at McMurry University L 65-84 Jan. 10 *CONCORDIA UNIV TEXAS L 68-90 Jan. 12 *MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR L 66-82 Jan. 17 *LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY L 70-73 Jan. 19 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIV. L 71-75 Jan. 24 *at Mississippi College L 56-87 Jan. 26 *at Louisiana College L 72-83 Jan. 31 *at UT-Tyler L 72-100 Feb. 2 *at UT-Dallas L 55-73 Feb. 7 *UT-TYLER L 80-83 Feb. 9 *UT-DALLAS L 60-82 Feb. 14 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 73-89 Feb. 16 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 60-81 Feb. 21 *at LeTourneau L 65-77 Feb. 23 *at East Texas Baptist L 62-84 2008-2009 Overall: 5-20; ASC: 3-17 (7th) Head Coach: Christina Jost Nov. 18 at Henderson State L 48-89 Nov. 21 at University of Dallas W 62-50 Nov. 22 vs Austin College L 33-63 Nov. 25 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE W 70-63 Nov. 29 *at Concordia Texas L 72-73 Dec. 1 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 59-72 Dec. 4 *HOWARD PAYNE UNIV. L 49-67 Dec. 6 *SUL ROSS STATE W 66-51 Dec. 13 at Hendrix College L 75-84 Jan. 3 *at Hardin-Simmons L 66-83 Jan. 5 *at McMurry University L 48-66 Jan. 8 *SCHREINER UNIVERSITY W 58-53 Jan. 10 *TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. W 83-75 Jan. 15 *LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY L 55-60 Jan. 17 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 59-70 Jan. 19 *at UT-Dallas L 48-81 Jan. 24 *at UT-Tyler L 74-88 Jan. 29 *at Mississippi College L 55-91 Jan. 31 *at Louisiana College L 45-71 Feb. 5 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 61-77 Feb. 7 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 70-74 Feb. 9 *UT-DALLAS L 56-70 Feb. 14 *UT-TYLER L 59-89 Feb. 19 *at LeTourneau University L 60-70 Feb. 21 *at East Texas Baptist L 59-73


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| ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS | -ALiz Ahne (81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85) Shareka Alexander (05-06) Tina Allred (83-84) Linda Alston (76-77, 77-78, 78-79) Vickie Alston (81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85) Susan Anderson (78-79) Diana Ashalintubbi (87-88, 88-89) Carrie Austin (86-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90) -BKara Bartholomew (06-07) Renea Bates (90-91, 91-92) Marilyn Bauer (80-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84) Dee Bean (87-88, 88-89, 8990, 90-91) Stacy Beck (05-06) Bauer Sharon Bedsole (81-82) Missi Boroughs (92-93, 93-94) Emma Bottorff (07-08) Shawn Branham (79-80, 81-82) Jeana Breedlove (82-83) Tonya Brigance (99-00, 00-01) Chandra Briggs (05-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09) Becky Brugman (83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87) Susan Burkes (81-82) Jennifer Byford (99-00) Kate Byrd (02-03, 03-04) -CPatricia Caldwell (89-90, 9091, 91-92, 92-93) Emma Cantele (06-07, 07-08, 08-09) Mandi Carter (02-03, 03-04, 05-06, 06-07) M. Carter Savannah Carter (05-06, 0607, 07-08, 08-09) Lucretia Cavan (81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85) Saima Chauhan (94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98) Tiffany Choate (99-00, 00-01) Charlotte Cook (83-84) Jenna Corbell (00-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04) Rosie Crooks (78-79)

P. Dean

-DAmanda Dean (95-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99) Paige Dean (94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98) DeAnjelah Devereaux (07-08) Tracy Duncan (96-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00)

Eneks

-ECarol Ealy (83-84, 84-85, 8586, 86-87) Laura Ealy (81-82, 82-83) Whitney Eastman (05-06) Bobbi Joe Edwards (91-92, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95) Sandy Edwards (76-77) Brenda Efurd (87-88, 88-89,

89-90, 90-91) Erica Eneks (04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08) Jennifer Ewing (96-97, 97-98)

Fisher

-FAndrea Fancher (03-04) Olivia Fisher (04-05, 05-06, 07-08, 08-09) Gaby Flores (03-04) Sonia Forrestor (86-87) Donna Fox (79-80) Tammy Franklin (87-88) Danielle Froggatt (08-09)

-GKaren Garcia (04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08) Lucretia Gavan (81-82) Brenda Gentry (77-78) Judy George (82-83) Jane Gilbert (76-77, 77-78, 78-79) Goodwin Michelle Glass (93-94) Ally Goddard (07-08, 08-09) Sabrina Goddard (08-09) Jennifer Goodwin (00-01, 01-02, 02-03) -HShameka Hadley (05-06) Tammy Ham (87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91) Alicia Haney (91-92, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95) Sharon Hammer (81-82, 82-83) Haney Jane Harkreader (79-80) Callie Harmon (85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89) Becky Hatcher (85-86) Abigail Hendricks (01-02, 02-03) Denise Hilton (76-77, 77-78) Karen Hilton (77-78) Beverly Hogrefe (87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91) Brandi Holt (90-91, 91-92) Leona Hubbard (87-88, 88-89, 89-90) Ashley Hudson (99-00) Kandy Hughes (92-93) Kerri Hughes (01-02, 02-03, 03-04) Patty Hula (77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81) Kari Hunt (01-01) Monica Hutchinson (87-88)

J. Johnson 94-95)

-JDonna James (78-79, 79-80) Abby Jansen (00-01) Tiffany Jewell (06-07) Jamie Johnson (00-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04) Lacey Johnson (00-01) Taylor Johnson (05-06, 06-07) Kim Jones (92-93, 93-94,

-KBecky Kimball (02-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06) Cheryl Korarek (77-78) -LErin Langham (94-95, 95-96, 96-97) LeeAnn Leaneman (81-82) Tammy Lott (94-95)

McCalister

-MLacey Mainer (08-09) Rachael Marble (02-03, 03-04) Carolyn May (76-77, 77-78) Mary May (81-82) Robin Mazur (86-87, 87-88) Kimberly Metcalf (87-88) DeAnna Miller (01-02, 02-03,

03-04, 04-05) Christa Miser (97-98) Karen Mize (85-86, 86-87) LaTisha McCalister (05-06) Aundrea McCormick (05-06) Bryna McKenna (03-04) Lori Moon (02-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06) Tara Muck (98-99) Lori Myers (93-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97) Tonya Myers (87-88)

Nietert

-NChris Neal (85-86, 86-87, 87-88) Maliesa Nelson (98-99) Erica Newell (04-05) Lindsey Nietert (03-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07)

-OJeanie O’Brien (79-80, 81-82, 82-83) Lauren O’Pry (98-99) Pat Olsen (77-78, 79-80) Kasie Osmond (05-06, 08-09) -PPenni Peppas (90-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94) Peggy Perry (82-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86)

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| ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS | Lacey Phillips (08-09) Teresa Polly (87-88) Regan Potter (92-93, 93-94, 94-95) Kari Pridgin (02-03) Molly Patterson (07-08, 08-09) -QKaren Qualls (76-77) Alicia Queen (85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89) Kayla Quertermous (07-08, 08-09) -RShannon Rainbolt (03-04) April Raley (86-87) Christy Ralph (94-95, 95-96) Anne Ramsey (91-92, 92-93) Jeanne Randall (03-04, 0405, 05-06, 06-07) Alicia Reynolds (97-98) Rhodes Carla Rhodes (97-98, 98-99) Janis Robison (83-84, 84-85) Aimee Rogers (95-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99) Donna Rowe (81-82) Jancee Ruston (85-86) -SLetitia Sanchez (92-93, 93-94, 94-95, 97-98) Kenisha Scales (94-95) Leona Scott (90-91) Sara Shaw (07-08) Gwendolyn Shelly (81-82, Stoltenberg 83-84) Holly Shepherd (97-98) Kristyn Shinn (06-07, 07-08, 08-09) Christie Shuffield (98-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02) Carolyn Smith (77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81) Jasmin Smith (05-06) Michelle Smith (87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91) Amber Snider (90-91) Callie Snider (89-90, 90-91) Melissa Spears (99-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03) Cheryl Staggs (85-86) April Steele (76-77) Becky Stoltenberg (93-94, 94-95, 95-96,96-97) Terry Stumbo (76-77) Joy Styles (78-79) Shawana Sullins (98-99)

Susan Turney (89-90) Erin Tyler (98-99) Melissa Tyler (81-82, 83-84) Charity Tyree (01-02) -VLora Vickers (93-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98) Alison Villines (08-09) Tiffany Villines (02-03, 03-04)

Watts

-WMichelle Wadley (77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81) Angela Ward (86-87) Kristy Watts (99-00, 0001, 01-02, 02-03) Moleta Watson (89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93) Cheryl Weathers (82-83,

Jennifer Ewing

83-84, 84-85) Janis Welsch (81-82) Theresa Werner (76-77, 77-78) Veronica West (92-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96) Tracy Wiley (94-95, 95-96) Tracy Wilkens (85-86) Sarah Williams (98-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02) Shannon Williams (91-92) Amber Willis (07-08) Cyleste Willis (91-92, 92-93, 93-94, 9495) Angela Wilson (93-94) -YKaren Yates (77-78) April Young (08-09)

Christie Shuffield

-TJaqueline Taylor (01-02) Ashley Teague (08-09) Margie Terry (87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91) Mandy Thomas (99-00, 00-01, 01-02) Tammy Tigue (93-94) Thomas Annette Timmerman (81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85) Jana Treat (86-87, 87-88) Jenna Corbell

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UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS CONFERENCE

| AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE | American Southwest Conference The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, will celebrate its 14th championship season of competition with the 2009-2010 academic year. Founded in May 1996 to provide a structure for intercollegiate athletics among the member institutions, the American Southwest Conference includes former members of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) and other institutions outside the Texas border. From the eight founding institutions to today’s present group of 15 college and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. Spreading across four states — Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi — the ASC offers student-athletes competition in 16 sports with opportunity for advancement in both conference and NCAA Division III championships. The roster of American Southwest Conference members in 2009-2010 includes Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, McMurry University, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Schreiner University, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas, University of Texas at Tyler, and Texas Lutheran University. 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.

Amy Carlton ASC Commissioner Amy Carlton is the Commissioner of the American Southwest Conference with oversight of the league’s longterm and daily administration and operations, including member and NCAA relations, compliance, scheduling and championships. Carlton was appointed Interim Commissioner July 1, 2006 after serving as ASC Assistant Commissioner/ Director of Media Relations. Carlton joined the ASC office in January 2002 after 13-1/2 years in sports information at NCAA Division I institutions, including 10 years as Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations at the University of Michigan (1990-2000). She was Assistant Sports Information Director at Northern Illinois University (1989-90) and a graduate intern at both Western Illinois University (1987-88) and Michigan (1988-89). Carlton began her career at Division III institutions as an assistant in the news bureau at Franklin College (1981-82) and Director of News & Sports Information at Manchester College. Carlton is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA), National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA), and the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A native of Greencastle, Ind., Carlton is a 1981 graduate of Franklin College (Ind.), where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism.

Greg Weghorst ASC Director of Media Relations Greg Weghorst was named Director of Media Relations of the American Southwest Conference in February 2007 after serving in an interim role since August 2006. Weghorst is the fifth media relations director of the ASC. He provides an oversight of the conference’s media relations operation, including compilation of league statistics and standings and NCAA reports, production of the ASC weekly sport reports, maintaining the ASC web site and assisting with conference issues and tournament administration. A sports writer with the Temple Daily Telegram prior to coming to the ASC, Weghorst provided coverage of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Central Texas Blackhawks/Marshals of the North American Hockey League and Templearea high schools. He was part of the coverage team for the 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl and the 2004 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. A native of Waco, Texas, he is a 2003 graduate of Mary HardinBaylor with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications/journalism.

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For 175 years, 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 African-Americans. Every day, our history inspires Ozarks students to discover their own individual truths. But we won’t expect you to find the answers alone. Through every step of your search, we’ll stand by you as true scholars, mentors, and friends. Founded in 1834 as Cane Hill School, University of the Ozarks is a private, four-year comprehensive university affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. Located on 30 acres in Clarksville, Arkansas (pop. 7,500), Ozarks is home to about 675 students from 22 states and 20 countries. More than 80 percent of our faculty hold the highest degrees in their fields. Because we’re small by design, our average class size is 14 and the student/ faculty ratio is 13:1. More than 60 majors, minors, and preprofessional degrees, from Composite Science to Strategic Communications are offered. Many Ozarks graduates also go on to top graduate programs in law, medicine, and engineering.

The central mall of campus is flanked by historic Munger Chapel and Walker Hall, a $7 million facility that houses a television studio, radio station, and state-of-the art editing suites. The 38,000-square-foot Robson Library houses more than 175,000 items for reading and research. Seventy-five percent of students live on campus in one of six residence halls that feature such perks as recreation rooms and in-room computer connections. At roughly half the national average for a private, liberal arts education, University of the Ozarks’ tuition offers exceptional value. About 95 percent of students receive some type of financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work study. Over $7.7 million in financial aid is distributed annually. You may have heard that a liberal arts education is all about mental agility, intellectual prowess, service to others, and critical thinking. We couldn’t agree more. But at Ozarks, we’re also steeped in the tradition of preparedness – for your career, for graduate school, for life. A key part of being prepared is knowing when to ask for help. Ozarks’ Student Support Services (SSS) provides free tutoring, a 24-hour computer lab, resume assistance, career and grad school strategies, and more than a dozen other services to help students achieve their very best. Internships are an essential part of the college experience, allowing you to practice newfound skills “in the field” and try a career (or two)

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on for size. Ozarks interns are doing research in polymer chemistry, working with the forest service, and volunteering for national political campaigns. Just how much can one student get involved? One Ozarks student landed internships at both the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. and the FOX News Network in Manhattan and created films for Little Rock’s “48 Hour Film Festival” as well as the Cinequest Film Festival. Once Ozarks graduates get out into the world, there’s no stopping them. Our alumni pursue a truly incredible array of careers, from writing for ad agencies and practicing clinical psychology to working for the Secret Service. And if you’re interested in furthering your education, expect to be in good company. More than 85 percent of Ozarks students who apply are accepted to top graduate, medical, and law schools. If you’re not accustomed to personal interaction with your instructors, you’ll get used to it soon enough. Both in and out of class, Ozarks faculty demand accountability (don’t be surprised if you get a phone call from your professor when you miss class). That sort of “personal attention” is just one example of our genuine concern for each individual student’s progress. Our faculty is known for inspiring remarkable acts. With their help, students are studying abroad in Strasburg, Florence, and Hong Kong. They’re learning about new forms of international currency trading from experts in the field, and using their Latin skills to enhance research papers on medieval


drama. If this sounds more like master’s work than undergraduate, it’s no accident. Because University of the Ozarks is small by design, professors have the time to delve deeply into every student’s interests – and help make the most of their talents. In the political science program, Dr. Gil Parks’ students are researching national human rights legislation at American University in D.C. and taking on internships with the National Republican Senatorial Committee. They’re also attending law schools nationwide, including Notre Dame, Pepperdine, and Georgetown. Similarly, Dr. Sean Coleman encourages his pre-med students to take full advantage of the liberal arts, with foreign language minors, and immersion trips to countries like Mexico and Italy. With over 40 clubs and organizations to choose from, it isn’t hard to find one you’re truly passionate about. For some, it’s a club with academic affiliations like Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) – a global, non-profit organization that helps members develop leadership, teamwork, and communication skills by championing free enterprise and community service. Others pursue more personal passions by joining Amnesty International, College Republicans, or Young Democrats. And if you’re simply looking to have fun, you won’t be disappointed. In the student

center, ping-pong matches have been known to go on for hours, and you never know when a soccer game might break out in the quad. Movie nights often hit the big screens in the residence halls, where camaraderie and community come together. At Ozarks, serious sports fans have a lot to cheer about. As a member of NCAA Division III and the American Southwest Conference, our teams square off against competitors from Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Our teams make the playoffs and our student-athletes consistently earn All-America and All-Conference honors. Our Eagles compete academically, too. They regularly appear on ASC all-academic rosters and are recognized for high marks by national organizations. Fans pack the house for home basketball games at charming Mabee Gymnasium. The student section is well-known by opposing teams as vocal and energetic, giving the Eagles a true home court advantage.

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Majors Accounting Art* Biology* Business Administration Business Education* Chemistry Communications-Radio, TV & Video Communications-Strategic Composite Science Early Childhood Education*† Economics English* Environmental Studies History* History & Literature Management Marketing Mathematics* Middle Level Education*† Music Philosophy Physical Education* Political Science Psychology Psychology of Human Behavior Religion Religion/Philosophy

Social Sciences* Sociology Spanish Theatre Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medical Sciences Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Respiratory Therapy Pre-Veterinary Sciences * Teaching Certificates available † Special education certificates available

University Sponsored Groups Campus Activities Board (CAB) Residence Hall Association (RHA) Student Foundation Board (SFB) Student Government Association (SGA) Honor Societies Alpha Chi Beta Beta Beta (Biology) Kappa Delta Pi (Education) Phi Alpha Theta (History) Sigma Alpha (Sociology) Sigma Tau Delta (English) Student Publications/Media Aerie (Yearbook) Falstaff (Literary magazine) KUOZ-Channel 6 KUOZ-LP 100.5 FM Religious Organizations Alpha & Omega Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) Catholic Campus Ministries (CCM) Fellowship of Christian Athletes Methodist Campus Ministries (MCM) Presbyterian Connection Presbyterian Students Recreational Organizations Ozarks Disc Golf Association Ozarks Outback Club

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Academic Organizations Beta Sigma Kappa Fortissimo (Music Club) Ozarks Alchemists Ozarks Art Club Ozarks Biological Society Ozarks Mathematical Society Ozarks Student Education Association Phi Beta Lambda (Business) Students in Free Enterprise University Players Special Interest Groups Amnesty International BACCHUS College Republicans Fire Corps In Focus Ozarks Photography Club Investment Club Martial Arts Club Planet Club Rotaract Screaming Eagles Forensic Club Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Model UN Group Young Democrats


#20 Ally Goddard

#11 Kristyn Shinn #10 Savannah Carter


November 20 #Ecclesia College 21 #College of the Ozarks 24 Hendrix College 28 *Concordia University Texas 30 *Univ. of Mary Hardin-Baylor December 3 *Howard Payne University 5 *Sul Ross State University 12 *Hardin-Simmons University 18 *McMurry University January 2 University of Dallas 7 *Schreiner University 9 *Texas Lutheran University 14 *LeTourneau University 16 *East Texas Baptist University 18 *University of Texas-Dallas 21 Central Baptist College

2009-2010 Schedule Springdale, AR Springdale, AR Home Home Home

7:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Brownwood, TX Alpine, TX Home Home

5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Home Kerrville, TX Seguin, TX Longview, TX Marshall, TX Home Home

2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

18 *University of Texas-Dallas Home 1:00 p.m. 21 Central Baptist College Home 6:30 p.m. 23 *University of Texas-Tyler Home 1:00 p.m. 28 *Mississippi College Home 5:30 p.m. 30 *Louisiana College Home 1:00 p.m. (Hall of Fame) February 4 *Mississippi College Clinton, MS 5:30 p.m. 6 *Louisiana College Pineville, LA 1:00 p.m. 8 *University of Texas-Dallas Richardson, TX 5:30 p.m. 13 *University of Texas-Tyler Tyler, TX 1:00 p.m. 18 *LeTourneau University Home 5:30 p.m. 20 *East Texas Baptist University Home 1:00 p.m. (Senior Day/Homecoming) 26-28 ASC Championship Tournament *Denotes American Southwest Conference Game #Ecclesia College Classic

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