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University of the Ozarks

#22 Jordyn Ferrell #12 Chelsea Glasscock

2012-13 Media Guide


#32 Kindra Davis

#52 Jessica Murch

#40 Tamara Wilkett

#10 Taylor Farmer

#11 Jordana Andrews

#21 Jessica Milloway

#54 Shawnee Sorensen


Table of Contents + General Information Table of Contents Quick Facts Sports Information Contact Media Information

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Administration & Athletic Staff Administration 3 Staff Directory 3 Coaching Staff Head Coach Carl Ramsey 4 -5 Assistant Coach Karli Kenley 5 2012-13 Women’s Basketball Preview Preview 6-7 Roster 8 Roster Breakdown 8 Team Picture 9 2012-13 Player Profiles Senior Profiles 10-13 Jordyn Ferrell 10-11 Chelsea Glasscock 12-13 Junior Profile 14 Tamara Wilkett 14 Sophomore Profiles 15-20 Jordana Andrews 15 Kindra Davis 16 Taylor Farmer 17 Jessica Milloway 18 Jessica Murch 19

Shawnee Sorensen Newcomer Profiles 2012-13 Opponents Opponent Quick Facts 2011-12 Season In Review Final Statistics Season Results Season Review ASC Season Review

Quick Facts Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Arena National Affiliation Conference President Athletics Director Web Site

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History Career Leaders Individual Records Game Records Team Records Honors & Awards Coaching Records All-Time Series Records Year-By-Year Results All-Time Letterwinners

Team Information 11-12 Overall Record Conference Record Home/Away/Neutral 11-12 Conference Tournament Returning Starters/Lost Lettermen Returning/Lost Final National Ranking

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American Southwest Conference ASC Staff ASC History

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This Is Ozarks Campus Overview Academic Profile Ozarks Outdoors

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Clarksville, Arkansas 1834 600 Lady Eagles Purple & Gold Mabee Gym (1700) NCAA III American Southwest Dr. Rick Niece Jimmy Clark www.ozarks.edu 13-13 9-11(4th) 9-4/4-8/0-1 1st Round 0/5 9/8 None

History of the Program First Season of NCAA III 1996-97 All-Time NCAA III Record 171-227 (.429) All-Time Record 443-454 (.493) Winning Seasons 14 NCAA Tournament Appearances 0 ASC Tournament Appearances 5 ASC Titles 1996-97, 2001-02

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Carl Ramsey Alma Mater, Yr. College of the Ozarks, 1979 Record at School 34-42 (3 seasons) Office Phone 479.979.1325 E-Mail cramsey@ozarks.edu Assistant Coach Karli Kenley Alma Mater, Yr. Central Baptist, 2012 E-mail kkenley@ozarks.edu Office Phone 479.979.1325 Sports Information Staff Sports Information Director Josh Peppas Alma Mater University of the Ozarks, ‘00 Office Phone 479-979-1483 Cell Phone 479-746-1264 E-mail Address jpeppas@ozarks.edu Student Assistant Emily Black Student Assistant Cory Snyder Web Site eagles.ozarks.edu Media Guide Credits Editor: Josh Peppas Assistant Editor: Emily Black Graphic Design: Josh Peppas Photography: Sports Information Office Desktop Publishing: Adobe InDesign Print Production: ProForma Copies of the 2012-13 Women’s Basketball Media Guide can be obtained by contacting the Sports Information Office at jpeppas@ ozarks.edu.


+ Media Information 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. Press Services Media guides, game programs, rosters, up-to-date results, and statistics are available to working members of the media prior to each Lady Eagles home game. Additional information is available by request. An official NCAA box score and play-by-play information may be obtained from the Sports Information Director approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of the game. Contact Information Sports Information Office: Josh Peppas, Director of Sports Information jpeppas@ozarks.edu Office: 479.979.1483 Cell: 479.746.1264 Emily Black, Director of Social Media eblac540@ozarks.edu Cory Snyder, Director of Video Technology csnyd086@ozarks.edu

Emily Black Director of Social Media

Josh Peppas Sports Information Director

Emily Black begins her second year as a student assistant. Black was promoted to the department’s Director of Social Media where she manages Ozarks’ social media efforts, including Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. Additionally, Black assists in the day-to-day operations of the Sports Information Office covering all ten sports. Black provides Ozarks’ athletic web site with content through press releases and athlete biographical information. Black, a native of Clarksville, was named to the President’s List for maintaining a 4.0 grade point average her freshman year. She was the editor of the Clarksville High School Panther newspaper for two years and was valedictorian of the 2011 graduating class at Clarksville. She currently blogs for the WNBA’s www.shesaballer. com. She is a sophomore marketing major.

Josh Peppas is in his twelfth year as Sports Information Director at Ozarks. He additionally serves as the Assistant to the Director of Athletics. Peppas is responsible for the day-to-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), the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame and the Ozarks Sports Hall of Fame. Peppas has had a combined thirteen media guides earn “Best in the Nation” citations from CoSIDA the past five years. His baseball media guide has been voted the top NCAA III guide the past four years. Peppas also produces Eagle Insider , a biannual alumni 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, Brayden and Brenden.

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Cory Snyder Director of Video Technology Cory Snyder begins his first season as the Director of Video Technology for the Sports Information Department. Snyder, a junior from Clarksville, Tenn., produces video highlights, interviews and game coverage of Ozarks’ ten sports. Snyder served as a sports producer for Ozarks Channel 6 as well as producing and co-hosting “SportsSoup.” During the 2011-2012 season, Snyder was the play-by-play commentator for baseball and served as the color commentator for basketball. He also provided play-by-play commentary for KXIO at Clarksville and Lamar High School football games. He will assist in the production of live video streaming for local radio stations KDYN and KLYR. Snyder completed a summer internship in 2012 for 5 Star Radio Group in Clarksville, Tenn., where he co-hosted the radio show “The Team”. He is a Radio/Television major at Ozarks.


Administration + 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 in Clarksville, Arkansas. He and his wife, Sheree, currently live in Clarksville.

Chad Floyd Head Athletic Trainer

Jimmy Clark Athletics Director

Chad Floyd is in his twelfth year as the full-time head athletic trainer. A native of Ozark, Ark., he began his athletic training career with the University of ArkansasFort Smith. He then went to Arkansas Tech University for three years and on to the Minnesota Twins minor league system. 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 was voted by his conference peers as the 2007-08 ASC East Division Trainer of the Year. He received the award again for the 2010-11 year. He 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.

Jimmy Clark begins his seventh year as the Athletic Director and his twelfth year as head baseball coach. As Athletic Director, he is responsible for all aspects of the athletic department, with oversight of 19 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 its second straight playoff appearance. 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 coached at Heber Springs High School (Ark.) for nine years and was named the 2AAA Conference Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1998. 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.

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Coaching Directory - Area code: 479 Baseball Office Jimmy Clark, Head Coach, 979-1409 Robert Mummey, Assistant Coach, 979-1409 David Ross, Assistant Coach, 979-1409 Men’s Basketball Office Doug Boxell, Head Coach, 979-1326 Travis Rogers, Assistant Coach, 979-1326 Women’s Basketball Office Carl Ramsey, Head Coach, 979-1325 Karli Kenley, Assistant Coach, 979-1325 Cross Country Office Brian Hull, Head Coach, 979-1400 Men’s Soccer Office John Cossaboon, Head Coach, 979-1210 Matt Torok, Assistant Coach, 979-1210 Women’s Soccer Office Bryan Drotar, Head Coach, 979-1334 Vicky Johnson, Assistant Coach, 979-1334 Softball Office Laurie Adkins, Head Coach, 979-1463 Monty Littlefield, Assistant Coach, 979-1463 Tennis Office Shaun Wiseman, Head Coach, 979-1332 Chad Mann, Assistant Coach, 979-1332


+ Head Coach Carl Ramsey Carl Ramsey Head Coach Carl Ramsey begins his fourth season as Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Ozarks. Ramsey made the jump to his alma mater after building one of the top high school girl’s basketball programs in Arkansas. In year two at Ozarks, Ramsey led the Lady Eagles to the playoffs and posted the program’s first winning record in nearly a decade. Ramsey orchestrated a seven-game improvement from his first season to his second. Ozarks ended the 201011 season with a 14-12 overall mark, the first winning record since 2001-2002. His 2010-2011 team was the top three-point shooting team in the conference and ninth-best in NCAA III, hitting nearly eight per game. His team also led the league in assists per game (17.0) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.1). Four of his players earned Player of the Week honors during that season. In 2011-12, Ramsey guided the Lady Eagles to the playoffs again. He coached the ASC East Division Preseason Player of the Year and three All-Conference players in 2011-12. He has had a combined eight players earn All-Conference honors and two earn All-

Freshmen Team honors the past three years. Four players have been voted to the prestigious Academic All-America Team, and 16 of his players have been on the ASC All-Academic Team during his tenure. One player was named a national Academic AllAmerican following the 2011-12 season. In 29 years at Lamar, Ramsey posted a 660-227 (.744) overall record and his senior high teams averaged 22 wins. He led Lamar to eight state tournament appearances, including a stretch of four straight years where the Lady Warriors played for the state championship (1987-1991). 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 played in the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star Game. Ramsey, who never had a losing season at Lamar, guided his teams to 24 regional tournament appearances. Six of his teams went to the regional championship game, with three of those winning the title. 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. In addition to his coaching career, he served as the school’s athletic director for 24 years. Ramsey received his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Ozarks in 1979. Ramsey and his wife, Kathy, are the parents of one son and one daughter.

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Coaching Staff + Karli Kenley Assistant Coach

• 16 players have earned ASC All-Academ- ic Team honors in his three seasons • Coached ASC Preseason Player of the Year • Had back-to-back ASC Distinguished Education: Scholar-Athlete winners College of the Ozarks, ‘79 • Won two state championships at Lamar B.S. - Physical Education • Led Lamar to 8 state tournaments • Posted a 660-227 (.774) career winning Head Coaching Experience: percentage at University of the Ozarks (2009-present) • Four teams advanced to state champi- Lamar (Arkansas) High School (1980-2009) onship game Career Record: • 19 of his teams won 20+ games • Guided 24 teams to the regional tourna- Ozarks: 34-42 (.447) ment Lamar High School: 660-227 (.744) • Voted Conference Coach of the Year 10 times Ramsey Notables: • Five players named to Arkansas All-Star • Led team to playoffs in 2010-11 and Game 2011-12 • Had 22 players named All-State • Posted program’s first winning record in • Served as Athletic Director 24 years nearly a decade in just second season • Has coached eight All-Conference play- Personal: ers in three seasons Wife: Kathy • 2010-11 team finished as top three-point Children: Kelsey, Keaton shooting team in ASC making eight per game Carl Ramsey’s Record At Ozarks: • 2010-11 team ranked 9th in NCAA III in Overall % ASC ASC Finish three-pointers per game and 25th in 2011-12 13-13 .500 9-11 4th three-point percentage (36.1%) 2010-11 14-12 .538 10-10 4th • Four players have earned Academic 2009-10 7-17 .291 5-14 6th All-America honors, one of which was Totals: 34-42 .447 15-24 named to the national team Ramsey Notables: Carl Ramsey At Ozarks 34-42 (3 seasons)

Karli Kenley, a native of Little Rock, played at Central Baptist College two seasons where she earned All-Region, All-Conference and Conference ScholarAthlete of the Year during the 2011-2012 season. Kenley also took All-America honors, All-Region honors and team Offensive Player of the Year following the 2008-2009 season. She played her high school basketball at Central Arkansas Christian where she was named All-State and helped the Lady Mustangs to three straight state championships. Kenley served as an AAU Coach and a summer camp coach at Central Arkansas Christian prior to Ozarks. She most recently participated in the Athletes in Action 2012 Summer Tour in Mexico. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Central Baptist College in 2012.

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+ 2012-13 Preview The 2012-2013 University of the Ozarks women’s basketball team will need to replace all five starters from a year ago, but Head Coach Carl Ramsey’s young squad has a renewed sense of energy and enthusiasm entering the season. Finding replacements for all five starters isn’t easy, but the veteran coach doesn’t seem rattled by challenge, even though each of those starters were seniors. “It is the first time I ever remember having to replace five starters who were seniors,” said Ramsey, who finished 13-13 a year ago. “The negative thing is you obviously lack experience. But what you gain is a new enthusiasm. Our practices have been pretty intense and everyone has been getting after it. That is something we can build on. They are trying to prove themselves because they know it is wide open.” Ramsey has built momentum within the program as he has guided his team to back-to-back post-season appearances. And, he can lean on a number of capable players as replacements. The backcourt is the most experienced position with the senior duo of Chelsea Glasscock and Jordyn Ferrell. “Our two seniors are really the only

Chelsea Glasscock player.” With a youthful team, it is important for the squad to handle adversity in a positive fashion, according to Ramsey. “We are too young and inexperienced to have things not go wrong,” he said. “It will be key that our players respond to adversity by handling it properly. With an inexperienced group, I don’t know how they will react to it.” Ozarks lost nearly 85 percent of its offense and three All-Conference players.

players that have any experience,” said Ramsey. “We will look to them for leadership. Chelsea has the most experience on the team. She shoots a high percentage from the three-point line. She does a great job of getting us into our offense. She is consistent and takes care of the ball. Jordyn is not a flashy player, but at the end of the game she fills up the stat sheet. She can do a little bit of everything. She plays good defense. She usually has to guard the opponent’s best

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It is indeed a large task at hand, but one that Ramsey believes can be filled by new starters. Ramsey’s offenses have always been known to include good outside shooters, and this season shouldn’t be any different. Last season, the Lady Eagles hit 139 three-pointers. The 5-foot-3 Glasscock made 27 of her 73 three-point attempts to average nearly four points per game. Glasscock, who also dished out 45 assists and recorded 22 steals, has hit 40 percent of her career three-point shots. Ferrell, a 5-foot-9 forward, is expected to have a big year after averaging over three points and two rebounds per game. Sophomore guard Jordana Andrews saw action in nine games last season, but will be counted upon to play a much bigger role this year. 5-foot-9 junior forward Tamara Wilkett can score in bunches and has the ability to play more minutes this season. Freshmen Ashley Hipps, Libby Nepivoda and RaShelle Goldman can shoot beyond the arc, too. Transfer Annabel Fidler and sophomore Jessica Milloway give the Lady Eagles more options from the perimeter. “I think we have some shooters,” said Ramsey. “We have some players that can hit the three-pointer and make moves. We really don’t have that go-to or star player. As odd as it sounds, that may be our strength and may be our weakness. I think we are more balanced. Obviously, we have to have people step up. Somebody has to be the one who


2012-13 Preview + wants the ball. Someone has to emerge in that role.” Shoring up the inside game is perhaps the team’s most talented player. Sophomore Taylor Farmer is athJordyn letic and can use both Ferrell hands around the basket. She averaged only two points per game, but exploded for 14 points in a playoff-clinching game against TexasTyler. She had six rebounds in her first collegiate game. At 6-foot-1, Farmer can be a defensive presence, too. “Taylor has the tools to be whatever she wants to be,” he said. “The only person that can stop her is herself. If she doesn’t play the way she did against Texas-Tyler last year, we probably don’t make the playoffs. She needs to get more consistency. It will be important for Taylor and our two seniors to step up. The other players have to see them work hard every day. I think we can count on them.” Farmer will be joined by sophomore forward Kindra Davis inside. The lefthanded Davis has seen limited action due to an injury, but plays solid defense and is a good rebounder. Returners Shawnee Sorensen and Jessica Murch along with newcomers Baylea Swearingen, Magen LaRosa and Haley McKee provide the Lady Eagles with depth in

Quick Facts Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Arena National Affiliation Conference President Athletics Director Web Site

the paint. Ramsey’s teams are also known for their hard-nosed defense. In order for Ozarks to gain its third straight playoff berth, the Lady Eagles must be able to play solid team defense. “In this league you are not going to outscore people,” said Ramsey. “We are not going to outrun people. We will have to play tough defense. We will have some growing pains, but I like their attitude and chemistry. I think I will get the effort out of them. My very first rule is that if you don’t play hard, you don’t play at all. I feel comfortable in that they will get after it.”

Clarksville, Arkansas 1834 600 Lady Eagles Purple & Gold Mabee Gym (2500) NCAA III American Southwest Dr. Rick Niece Jimmy Clark www.ozarks.edu

Team Information 11-12 Overall Record Conference Record Home/Away/Neutral 11-12 Conference Tournament Returning Starters/Lost Lettermen Returning/Lost Final National Ranking

13-13 9-11(4th) 9-4/4-8/0-1 1st Round 0/5 9/8 None

History of the Program First Season of NCAA III 1996-97 All-Time NCAA III Record 171-227 (.429) All-Time Record 443-454 (.493) Winning Seasons 14 NCAA Tournament Appearances 0 ASC Tournament Appearances 5 ASC Titles 1996-97, 2001-02

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2012-2013 Schedule Nov. 15 Rust College 7:30 pm Nov. 17 Central Baptist College 1:00 pm Nov. 20 Hendrix College 5:30 pm Nov. 24 *University of Texas-Dallas 1:00 pm Nov. 27 Bacone College 6:30 pm Nov. 29 *Hardin-Simmons University 5:30 pm Dec. 1 *Concordia University Texas 1:00 pm Dec. 5 *Texas Lutheran University 5:30 pm Dec. 7 *Schreiner University 3:00 pm Dec. 15 *Mary Hardin-Baylor 1:00 pm Dec. 18 Rhema College 3:00 pm Jan. 3 *Howard Payne University 5:30 pm Jan. 5 *Sul Ross State University 1:00 pm Jan. 10 *University of Texas-Tyler 5:30 pm Jan. 12 *East Texas Baptist Univ. 1:00 pm (Hall of Fame) Jan. 17 *Mississippi College 5:30 pm Jan. 19 *Louisiana College 1:00 pm Jan. 23 Rust College 5:30 pm Jan. 26 *LeTourneau University 1:00 pm Jan. 31 *East Texas Baptist Univ. 5:30 pm Feb. 2 *University of Texas-Tyler 1:00 pm Feb. 7 *Louisiana College 5:30 pm Feb. 9 *Mississippi College 1:00 pm (Homecoming/Sr. Day) Feb. 11 *University of Texas-Dallas 5:30 pm Feb. 14 *LeTourneau University 5:30 pm Feb. 22-24 ASC Tournament *American Southwest Conference Game Home games in Bold


+ 2012-13 Roster No. Name 10 Taylor Farmer 11 Jordana Andrews 12 Chelsea Glasscock 20 Libby Nepivoda 21 Jessica Milloway 22 Jordyn Ferrell 23 Ashley Hipps 30 Annabel Fidler 32 Kindra Davis 34 RaShelle Goldman 35 Magen LaRosa 40 Tamara Wilkett 44 Baylea Swearingen 52 Jessica Murch 54 Shawnee Sorenson 55 Haley McKee

Position Ht. C 6-0 G 5-6 G 5-2 G 5-7 G 5-8 G/F 5-9 G 5-6 G 5-8 C 6-0 F 6-0 F 5-11 G 5-9 F 5-9 F/C 6-0 F 5-9 F 5-9

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

By Class Seniors (2): Jordyn Ferrell, Chelsea Glasscock Junior (1): Tamara Wilkett Sophomores (7): Jordana Andrews, Kindra Davis, Taylor Farmer, Annabel Fidler, Jessica Milloway, Jessica Murch, Shawnee Sorensen Freshmen (6): RaShelle Goldman, Ashley Hipps, Magen LaRosa, Libby Nepivoda, Baylea Swearingen, Haley McKee

Hometown/Previous School Waldron, Ark. (Waldron HS) Center Ridge, Ark. (Nemo Vista HS) Prairie Grove, Ark. (Prairie Grove HS) Lamar, Ark. (Lamar HS) Lamar, Ark. (Lamar HS) West Fork, Ark. (John Brown Univ./West Fork HS) Greenland, Ark. (Greenland HS) San Antonio, Texas (Concordia/Winston School) Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside HS) Lincoln, Ark. (Lincoln HS) Heber Springs, Ark. (Heber Springs HS) Garland, Texas (Garland HS) Springdale, Ark. (Springdale HS) Bentonville, Ark. (Bentonville HS) Mountainburg, Ark. (Mountainburg HS) Hartman, Ark. (Westside HS)

By Position Guards (8): Jordana Andrews, Jordyn Ferrell, Annabel Fidler, Chelsea Glasscock, Ashley Hipps, Jessica Milloway, Libby Nepivoda, Tamara Wilkett

Jordana Andrews

Kindra Davis

Taylor Farmer

Jordyn Ferrell

Annabel Fidler

Chelsea Glasscock

RaShelle Goldman

Ashley Hipps

Magen LaRosa

Haley McKee

Jessica Milloway

Jessica Murch

Libby Nipovda

Baylea Swearingen

Shawnee Sorensen

Tamara Wilkett

Forwards (6): RaShelle Goldman, Magen LaRosa, Haley McKee, Jessica Murch, Shawnee Sorensen, Baylea Swearingen Centers (2): Kindra Davis, Taylor Farmer

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2012-13 Team Picture +

Front Row (L) to (R): #55 Haley McKee, #30 Annabel Fidler, #20 Libby Nepivoda, #11 Jordana Andrews, #12 Chelsea Glasscock, #23 Ashley Hipps, #21 Jessica Milloway and #54 Shawnee Sorensen. Back Row (L) to (R): Assistant Coach Karli Kenley, #40 Tamara Wilkett, #22 Jordyn Ferrell, #10 Taylor Farmer, #32 Kindra Davis, #34 RaShelle Goldman, #52 Jessica Murch, #35 Magen LaRosa, #44 Baylea Swearingen and Head Coach Carl Ramsey.

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FERRELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT 2011-12 26-0 82 3.2 58 2.2 .5 .46 .03 27-57 47.4 4-7 57.1 24-38 63.2 Career 26-0 82 3.2 58 2.2 .5 .46 .03 27-57 47.4 4-7 57.1 24-38 63.2


Senior Profile + Senior 5-9, Forward West Fork, Ark. West Fork HS John Brown Univ.

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Jordyn Ferrell

2011-2012 Played in all 26 games. Averaged 3.2 points and 2.2 rebounds per game. Made 24-of-38 from the free throw line. Hit 27-of-57 (47%) from the field. Scored 10 points and made 3-for-4 from the floor in the playoffs against Concordia University Texas. Grabbed 6 rebounds in back-to-back games against Centenary Jan. 28 and East Texas Baptist Feb. 2. Went 1-for-1 from the three-point line four times. Was a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line against McMurry Dec. 1. Also had 6 points and 3 assists in that game. Scored in all but four games. Did not miss a shot in six different games. John Brown University Played two seasons at John Brown University,

playing in 28 games as a freshman. Started in 5 games that season and averaged 3.6 points and 2.3 rebounds per game. Started in 10 games as a sophomore while playing in all 32. Averaged 3.6 points and 3.1 rebounds per game her sophomore year. West Fork HS Named All-State during prep career. Personal Parents: David and Kelly Ferrell Major: Physical Education

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT RB PF A TO B S TP

Personality Profile One word that describes me: Versatile My prized possession: My family! Favorite Food: Anything and everything Mexican Pregame Ritual: Pray and tie my shows twice Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead Most Proud Of: Being a senior in college and my GPA Favorite Basketball Memory: My 40 point game against Greenland and playing with some of my best friends Favorite Song: Depends on the day! Best Non-Athletic Talent: Painting canvases Dream Vacation Spot: Fiji Islands Movie Character I’d Like To Play: Alice from Alice in Wonderland Best Job I’ve Had: Cleaning my mom’s work

N15 HENDRIX COLLEGE

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Career Highs Points.............................................10 vs Concordia (2-24-12) Rebounds................................................................6 (2 times) Assists..................................................3 vs McMurry (12-1-11) Blocked Shots.....................................1 vs Hendrix (11-15-11) Steals......................................3 vs Howard Payne (11-28-11) Field Goals...............................................................3 (2 times) Field Goal Att.....................................5 vs Sul Ross (11-26-11) 3-Point Field Goals..................................................1 (4 times) 3-Point Field Goal Att...............2 vs East TX Baptist (1-26-12) Free Throws.........................................4 vs McMurry (12-1-11) Free Throw Att................................5 vs Concordia (2-24-12) Minutes......................................23 vs East TX Baptist (2-2-12)

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GLASSCOCK’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST 2011-12 26-0 101 3.9 60 2.3 1.7 .84 2010-11 26-26 192 7.4 86 3.3 2.4 1.5 2009-10 24-24 203 8.5 103 4.3 3.3 2.3 Career 76-50 496 6.5 249 3.2 2.4 1.5

BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT .03 33-86 38.4 27-73 37.0 8-11 72.7 .07 61-144 42.4 43-107 40.2 27-31 87.1 .00 71-162 43.8 31-77 40.3 30-42 71.4 .04 165-392 42.0 101-257 39.2 65-84 77.3


Senior Profile + Senior 5-2, Guard Prairie Grove, Ark. Prairie Grove HS

#12

Chelsea Glasscock

2011-2012 Played in all 26 games. Averaged 3.9 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game. Ranked second on the team in three-pointers (27). Hit 27-of-73 (37%) from the three-point line. Made 72 percent of her free throw attempts. Opened the season by scoring 14 points against Hendrix Nov. 15. Went 4-of-5 from the three-point line in that game. Collected 6 rebounds against Sul Ross Nov. 26. Recorded 5 assists against Hardin-Simmons Dec. 2. Hit two or more three-pointers six times. Did not miss a three-pointer in four games. Scored in all but seven games. Had 3 steals on two different occasions. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2010-2011 Started in all 26 games and averaged 7.4 points, 2.4 assists and 1.5 steals per game while hitting 43-of-107 from the three-point line. Led the team in free throw percentage (87.1) and ranked second in three-point percentage (40.2) and three-pointers made. Scored in double figures nine times, including three 14-point efforts. Made a three-pointer in 22 of 26 games and hit at least two 13 times. Canned four three’s in two different games. Scored 14 points and dished out 4 assists in season-opening game against Central Baptist. Had 14 points behind a 4-of-9 performance from the three-point line against East Texas Baptist

Feb. 3. Collected 7 rebounds, scored 8 points and handed out 3 assists against LeTourneau Feb. 17. Totaled 5 steals and 11 points against Hardin-Simmons. Recorded 3 or more steals against four opponents. Did not miss a free throw in 11 games. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. 2009-2010 Named to the ASC East Division All-Freshman Team. Ranked among the ASC’s best in four categories seventh in assists (3.3), sixth in steals (2.3) and fifth in three-point percentage (40.3%) and minutes played (33.4). Started in 24 games and averaged 8.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. Led team in steals and assists, and hit 31 three-pointers, second-most on the team. Scored a career-high 17 points against LeTourneau Jan. 14. Posted a double-double against Texas-Dallas Feb. 8 with 10 points and 14 rebounds. In an overtime win against McMurry Dec. 18, scored 15 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and dished out 8 assists. Made a three-pointer in 18 of 24 games. Reached double figures in scoring 11 times. Had 6 steals against LeTourneau Jan. 14 and Texas Lutheran Jan. 9. 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. Personal Parents: Wade and Sharon Jones Major: Biology Personality Profile One word that describes me: Short My prized possession: Family Favorite Food: Mashed potatoes Pregame Ritual: Goofing off with the team in the lockeroom to get all the nerves out Favorite TV Show: Law and Order SVU Most Proud Of: Where and who I am today Favorite Basketball Memory: Making it to the playoffs the past two years Favorite Song: Anything by Taylor Swift Best Non-Athletic Talent: Staying up too late Dream Vacation Spot: Anywhere near a nice beach Movie Character I’d Like To Play: Superman, but in woman form Best Job I’ve Had: Working at basketball camps

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT RB PF A TO B S TP N15 HENDRIX COLLEGE

25

5-7 4-5 0-0 2

2

1 2

0 2 14

N16 at Bacone College

18

3-7 1-5 0-1 4

2

1 1

0 3 7

N22 CENTRAL BAPTIST

25

3-7 2-5 0-0 1

1

2 0

0 1 8

N26 at Sul Ross State

9

2-4 1-3 0-0 6

1

0 2

0 0 5

N28 at Howard Payne Univ.

17

1-4 1-4 0-0 1

0

0 0

0 0 3

D1

MCMURRY UNIV.

16

0-1 0-1 0-0 3

0

2 1

0 0 0

D2

HARDIN-SIMMONS

20

1-4 1-4 0-0 4

3

5 0

0 0 3

D9

at Texas Lutheran

21

0-3 0-3 0-0 2

1

4 0

0 3 0

D10 at Schreiner Univ.

14

1-1 1-1 0-0 0

3

0 1

0 1 3

D16 TEXAS-DALLAS

19

2-5 2-4 2-2 3

0

0 1

0 0 8

J5

UMHB

12

0-2 0-2 0-0 0

0

2 0

0 2 0

J7

CONCORDIA UNIV TX 15

0-2 0-1 0-0 1

0

2 1

0 0 0

J9

at Texas Dallas

15

1-1 1-1 0-0 1

1

2 1

0 1 3

J12 LETOURNEAU UNIV.

22

2-3 2-3 0-0 3

1

2 2

0 1 6

J14 TEXAS-TYLER

21

1-4 1-4 0-0 2

1

1 1

0 2 3

J19 at Louisiana College

17

1-3 1-3 0-0 4

1

2 5

0 0 3

J21 at Mississippi College

16

0-2 0-2 0-0 2

0

2 1

0 1 0

J26 at East Texas Baptist

15

1-4 1-4 0-0 0

0

2 0

0 0 3

J28 at Centenary

22

3-6 2-4 0-0 3

1

2 2

0 1 8

F2

EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 17

1-3 1-3 2-2 2

0

2 3

0 1 5

F4

CENTENARY

17

0-3 0-2 0-0 3

3

0 1

0 0 0

F9

LOUISIANA COLLEGE 28

1-4 1-3 1-2 3

0

4 4

0 2 4

F11 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 15

1-1 1-1 3-4 2

1

2 1

0 0 6

F16 at LeTourneau

19

1-2 1-2 0-0 4

4

2 0

0 0 3

F18 at Texas-Tyler

18

2

3 1

1 1 6

F24 vs Concordia Univ. TX

12

2-2 2-2 0-0 4 0-0 0-1 0-1 0

0

0 3

0 0 0

Career Highs Points............................................17 vs LeTourneau (1-14-10) Rebounds...........................................14 vs UT-Dallas (2-8-10) Assists.......................................................................8 (2 times) Blocked Shots.........................................................1 (3 times) Steals........................................................................6 (2 times) Field Goals....................................7 vs LeTourneau (1-14-10) Field Goal Att........................................................12 (4 times) 3-Point Field Goals..................................................4 (3 times) 3-Point Field Goal Att.................9 vs East TX Baptist (2-3-11) Free Throws..........................6 vs University of Dallas (1-2-10) Free Throw Att.........................................................6 (3 times) Minutes...........................................45 vs McMurry (12-18-09)

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+ Junior Profile Junior 5-9, Guard Garland, Texas Garland HS

#40

Tamara Wilkett

2011-2012 Played in 13 games. Scored 5 points against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Went 2-of-4 from the field in that game. Had rebounds in three different games. Went 2-for-2 from the free throw line against Bacone Nov. 16. 2010-2011 Played in 3 games. Garland HS Averaged 15.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per game her senior season. Named First Team All-District and team MVP as a senior. Earned Honorable Mention All-District as a junior. WILKETT’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB 2011-12 13-0 10 .8 4 2010-11 3-0 0 0.0 1 Career 16-0 10 .6 5

RPG .3 .3 .3

AST 0.0 0.0 0.0

ST .07 0.0 .06

Helped team to playoffs three seasons. Personal Parents: Paul and Laura Wilkett Major: Early Childhood Education

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT

Personality Profile One word that describes me: Dedicated My prized possession: Basketball necklace and my bible Favorite food: Chicken Pregame ritual: Listening to music and putting my uniform on in a certain order Favorite TV show: Spongebob Most proud of: My family and my relationship with God Favorite basketball memory: Scoring 39 points my senior game in high school and road trips with my teammates in college Favorite song: As Long As You Love Me by Justin Bieber Best non-athletic talent: Giving advice Dream vacation spot: Mission trip to Nicaragua or London Movie character I’d like to play: Sandy from Spongebob (they make Texas people look ridiculous) Best job I’ve ever had: Assistant in children’s ministry at my church back home

BLK 0.0 0.0 0.0

FG-ATT 3-12 0-1 3-13

PCT 25.0 00.0 23.0

3PT-ATT 0-3 0-1 0-4

PCT 00.0 00.0 00.0

FT-ATT 4-9 0-0 4-9

RB PF A TO B S TP

N15 HENDRIX COLLEGE

1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

N16 at Bacone College

2

0-0 0-0 2-2 0

0

0 1

0 0 2

N26 at Sul Ross State

7

0-3 0-1 0-0 1

0

0 2

0 0 0

N28 at Howard Payne Univ.

2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

D1

MCMURRY UNIV.

2

0-1 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 1

0 0 0

D10 at Schreiner Univ.

1

0-1 0-1 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

J9

at Texas Dallas

0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

J12 LETOURNEAU UNIV.

6

0-1 0-0 1-4 1

0

0 2

0 0 1

J19 at Louisiana College

9

2-4 0-0 1-3 1

2

0 4

0 0 5

F2

EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 3

1-2 0-1 0-0 1

0

0 0

0 0 2

F4

CENTENARY

1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

F9

LOUISIANA COLLEGE 2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 1

0 1 0

F11 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

Career Highs Points...................................5 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) Rebounds................................................................1 (4 times) Assists......................................................................................... Blocked Shots............................................................................ Steals.....................................1 vs Louisiana College (2-9-12) Field Goals..........................2 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) Field Goal Att.....................4 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) 3-Point Field Goals................................................................... 3-Point Field Goal Att.............................................1 (3 times) Free Throws........................................2 vs Bacone (11-16-11) Free Throw Att...............................4 vs LeTourneau (1-12-12) Minutes...............................9 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12)

PCT 44.4 00.0 44.4

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Sophomore Profile + Sophomore 5-6, Guard Center Ridge, Ark. Nemo Vista HS

#11

Jordana Andrews

2011-12 Played in nine games. Saw first collegiate action against Sul Ross Nov. 26. Played 8 minutes and hit her only field goal attempt against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Scored her first collegiate points against Howard Payne Nov. 28. Had an assist in three different games. Nemo Vista HS Averaged 14.7 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game as a senior. Earned All-State, All-Region, All-District and was a member of the All-State Tournament Team her senior

campaign. Named All-District her sophomore and junior year. Ended her prep career as a four-time All-American Scholar-Athlete. As a senior, helped team advance to the state tournament, while finishing in second-place finish in the conference. Led team to the regional tournament three seasons. Personal Parents: Mark and Tammy Andrews Major: Physical Education Personality Profile One word that describes me: Blessed My prized possession: My simba Favorite Food: Italian or Mexican Pregame Ritual: Listen to music on the way to the gym, get my hair braided by Jessi Murch, then get dressed, say a prayer, go shoot and go back to lockeroom Favorite TV Show: Big Brother Most Proud Of: My wonderful family Favorite Basketball Memory: Making school history my senior year by going further than any other girl’s team at my high school Favorite Song: Hotel California Best Non-Athletic Talent: Juggling with Jessi Murch Dream Vacation Spot: Italy Movie Character I’d Like To Play: Kiara from the Lion King Best Job I’ve Had: Other than tutoring at Ozarks, baby sitting is probably my favorite

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT RB PF A TO B S TP N26 at Sul Ross State

3

0-0 0-0

0-0 0

0

1 0

0 0 0

N28 at Howard Payne Univ.

1

0-1 0-1

1-2 0

0

0 0

0 0 1

D1

2

0-0 0-0

0-0 0

0

0 0

0 1 0

J12 LETOURNEAU UNIV.

3

0-1 0-0

0-0 1

0

0 2

0 0 0

J19 at Louisiana College

8

1-1 0-0

0-0 1

0

0 1

0 0 2

F2

EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 1

0-0 0-0

0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

F9

LOUISIANA COLLEGE 9

0-1 0-1

0-0 0

0

1 1

0 0 0

F11 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

F24 vs Concordia Univ. TX

0-0 0-0

0-0 0

0

1 1

0 0 0

MCMURRY UNIV.

2

Career Highs Points...................................2 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) Rebounds................................................................1 (2 times) Assists.......................................................................1 (3 times) Blocked Shots............................................................................ Steals...................................................1 vs McMurry (12-1-11) Field Goals..........................1 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) Field Goal Att..........................................................1 (3 times) 3-Point Field Goals................................................................... 3-Point Field Goal Att.............................................1 (2 times) Free Throws............................1 vs Howard Payne (11-28-11) Free Throw Att.......................2 vs Howard Payne (11-28-11) Minutes.................................9 vs Louisiana College (2-9-12)

ANDREWS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT 2011-12 9-0 3 .3 2 .2 .33 .11 0.0 1-4 25.0 0-2 00.0 1-2 50.0 Career 9-0 3 .3 2 .2 .33 .11 0.0 1-4 25.0 0-2 00.0 1-2 50.0

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+ Sophomore Profile Sophomore 6-0, Center Fort Smith, Ark. Northside HS

#32

Kindra Davis 2011-12 Played in 8 games. Scored and grabbed a rebound against McMurry Dec. 1. Played 7 minutes in back-to-back games. Had 5 rebounds against Sul Ross Nov. 26. Grabbed 4 rebounds against Bacone Nov. 16. 2010-11 Did not play due to an injury. Northside HS Averaged 6.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a senior. Helped team to the final four of the state tournament three years.

Team won Tournament of Champions as a sophomore and advanced to the championship game as a senior. Personal Parents: Wilma James Major: Physical Education Personality Profile One Word: Strong-Willed Prized Possession: My Mother Favorite Food: Chicken Pregame Ritual: Listen to music, eat, lay my clothes out Tv Show: Lizard Lick Towing Most Proud Of: The relationship with my family Favorite Basketball Memory: Meeting new people and expanding my love for the game Favorite Song: Oh Yeah by Chris Brown Best Non athletic talent: Singing & making people laugh Dream Vacation: Jamaica Movie Character: Madea Best Job: Stay at home kid

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT RB PF A TO B S TP N15 HENDRIX COLLEGE

2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

N16 at Bacone College

7

0-0 0-0 0-2 4

2

0 0

0 1 0

N26 at Sul Ross State

7

0-1 0-1 0-0 5

1

0 1

0 0 0

N28 at Howard Payne Univ.

1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

D1

MCMURRY UNIV.

2

1-1 0-0 0-0 1

0

0 0

0 0 2

D9

at Texas Lutheran

1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 1 0

D10 at Schreiner Univ.

1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

J12 LETOURNEAU UNIV.

3

0-0 0-0 0-0 1

0

0 0

0 0 0

Career Highs Points...................................................2 vs McMurry (12-1-11) Rebounds...........................................5 vs Sul Ross (11-26-11) Assists......................................................................................... Blocked Shots............................................................................ Steals........................................................................1 (2 times) Field Goals..........................................1 vs McMurry (12-1-11) Field Goal Att..........................................................1 (2 times) 3-Point Field Goals................................................................... 3-Point Field Goal Att........................1 vs Sul Ross (11-26-11) Free Throws............................................................................... Free Throw Att...................................2 vs Bacone (11-16-11) Minutes....................................................................7 (2 times)

DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT 2011-12 8-0 2 .3 11 1.4 0.0 .25 0.0 1-2 50.0 0-1 00.0 0-2 00.0 Career 8-0 2 .3 11 1.4 0.0 .25 0.0 1-2 50.0 0-1 00.0 0-2 00.0

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Sophomore Profile + Sophomore 6-0, Center Waldron, Ark. Waldron HS

#10

Taylor Farmer 2011-12 Played in 22 games averaging 2.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game. Recorded 12 blocks, second-most on the team. Had a season-high 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the field against Texas-Tyler Feb. 18. Also snagged 4 rebounds in that game. Grabbed a season-high 6 rebounds in her first college game against Hendrix Nov. 15. Posted 2 blocks on two different occasions. Scored 9 points against Louisiana College Feb. 9 and 6 points against Sul Ross Nov. 26. Went 2-for-2 from the free throw line against Sul Ross.

Waldron HS Averaged 18.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game as a senior. Earned All-State as a senior. Was a two-time AllDistrict performer. Was a four-time All-State track performer and a three-time All-State volleyball standout. Voted to the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star Volleyball team following senior season. Helped team to a district championship in all three sports during her prep career and a state indoor championship in track. Personal Parents: Marcy Sims Major: Physical Education Personality Profile One word that describes me: Awesome My prized possession: Jessi Murch Favorite Food: Grapes Pregame Ritual: Hang with Murch Favorite TV Show: Duck Dynasty Most Proud Of: My accomplishments Favorite Basketball Memory: Beating TexasTyler to go to the playoffs as a freshman Favorite Song: Anything on Murch’s Ipad Best Non-Athletic Talent: Painting nails Dream Vacation Spot: Barcelona Movie Character I’d Like To Play: Melanie the Barbie Best Job I’ve Had: Cleaning up after my roommate Jessi Murch

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT RB PF A TO B S TP N15 HENDRIX COLLEGE

11

0-2 0-0 0-0 6

1

0 1

2 0 0

N16 at Bacone College

7

0-1 0-0 0-0 1

0

1 1

0 0 0

N22 CENTRAL BAPTIST

3

0-1 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

N26 at Sul Ross State

6

2-7 0-0 2-2 1

1

0 1

0 1 6

N28 at Howard Payne Univ.

4

1-3 0-0 0-0 2

0

0 0

0 0 2

D1

MCMURRY UNIV.

3

0-0 0-0 0-0 1

0

0 0

0 0 0

D2

HARDIN-SIMMONS

1

1-1 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 1

0 0 2

D9

at Texas Lutheran

3

1-1 0-0 0-0 1

0

0 0

1 0 2

D10 at Schreiner Univ.

2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 1

0 0 0

D16 TEXAS-DALLAS

2

0-2 0-0 0-0 1

0

0 0

1 0 0

J9

at Texas Dallas

4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

2

0 0

1 0 0

J12 LETOURNEAU UNIV.

5

0-2 0-0 0-0 0

1

0 0

0 0 0

J19 at Louisiana College

12

2-4 0-0 0-0 1

1

0 0

0 0 4

J21 at Mississippi College

3

0-1 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 1

1 0 0

J26 at East Texas Baptist

0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

F2

EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 11

1-3 0-0 0-0 1

3

0 0

0 2 2

F4

CENTENARY

0-0 0-0 0-0 1

1

0 0

0 1 0

F9

LOUISIANA COLLEGE 10

4-9 0-0 1-1 2

0

0 1

2 1 9

F11 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 8

1-2 0-0 0-0 4

1

0 0

1 0 2

F16 at LeTourneau

3

0-2 0-0 1-2 0

1

0 0

0 0 1

F18 at Texas-Tyler

17

7-9 0-0 0-0 4

1

1 1

3 0 14

F24 vs Concordia Univ. TX

9

0-1 0-0 2-6 2

1

0 1

0 0 2

3

Career Highs Points..............................................14 vs Texas-Tyler (2-18-12) Rebounds................................................6 vs Hendrix (11-15) Assists.......................................................................1 (2 times) Blocked Shots..................................3 vs Texas-Tyler (2-18-12) Steals......................................2 vs East Texas Baptist (2-2-12) Field Goals.......................................7 vs Texas-Tyler (2-18-12) Field Goal Att..................................9 vs Texas-Tyler (2-18-12) 3-Point Field Goals................................................................... 3-Point Field Goal Att............................................................... Free Throws..............................................................2 (2 times) Free Throw Att.................................6 vs Texas-Tyler (2-18-12) Minutes..........................................17 vs Texas-Tyler (2-18-12)

FARMER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT 2011-12 22-0 46 2.1 28 1.3 .09 .22 .54 20-51 39.2 0-0 00.0 6-11 54.5 Career 22-0 46 2.1 28 1.3 .09 .22 .54 20-51 39.2 0-0 00.0 6-11 54.5

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+ Sophomore Profile Sophomore 5-8, Guard Lamar Ark. Lamar HS

#21 Jessica Milloway 2011-12 Played in three games. Played 5 minutes against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Lamar HS Averaged 9.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game as a senior. Was a two-time All-District performer and earned All-State honors during her prep career. Member of the KARV Dream Team three seasons. Helped the Lady Warriors to the Scranton Tournament championship and a District runner-up finish her senior season.

Personal Parents: Jim and Vanessa Milloway Major: Physical Education Personality Profile One Word that Describes Me: Athletic Prized Possession: My cat Jasper Favorite food: Big juicy steak Pregame Ritual: Listen to music Favorite TV Show: Friday Night Lights Most Proud Of: My mother putting up with me my whole life Favorite Basketball Memory: Being able to play with my sister my sophomore season in high school Favorite Song: Fine By Me by Andy Grammer Best Non-Athletic Talent: Cooking Dream Vacation Spot: Bahamas Movie Character I’d Like to Play: Bugs Bunny Best Job I’ve Had: Making snowcones at Lana’s

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT

RB PF A TO B S TP

N26 at Sul Ross State

2

0-1 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

J12 LETOURNEAU UNIV.

2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 0

J19 at Louisiana College

5

0-2 0-1 0-0 0

0

0 2

0 0 0

Career Highs Points...................................................................................... Rebounds.................................................................................. Assists..................................................................................... Blocked Shots........................................................................... Steals............................................................................ Field Goals................................................................................. Field Goal Att.........................2 Louisiana College (1-19-12) 3-Point Field Goals................................................................... 3-Point Field Goal Att.............2 Louisiana College (1-19-12) Free Throws............................................................................... Free Throw Att.......................................................................... Minutes....................................5 Louisiana College (1-19-12)

MILLOWAY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT 2011-12 3-0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0-3 00.0 0-1 00.0 0-0 00.0 Career 3-0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0-3 00.0 0-1 00.0 0-0 00.0

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Sophomore Profile + Sophomore 6-0, Forward Bentonville Ark. Bentonville HS

#52

Jessica Murch 2011-12 Played in five games. Played six minutes against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Hit both of her free throw attempts in that game. Bentonville HS Averaged 8.0 points, 4.0 points and 2.0 assists per game. Owned the team’s highest free throw percentage all four years. Led the team in three-point percentage as a senior and field goal percentage as a junior. Personal Parents: Scott and Kristy Murch Major: Physical Education

Personality Profile One word that describes me: Smart aleck My prized possession: Taylor Farmer Favorite Food: Mac and cheese Pregame Ritual: Hang out with Taylor Favorite TV Show: Duck Dynasty Most Proud Of: My younger sister Favorite Basketball Memory: Traveling to Nebraska to play in national tournament Favorite Song: A Thousand Years Best Non-Athletic Talent: Juggling with Jordana Dream Vacation Spot: Anywhere with a zoo Movie Character I’d Like To Play: Alan on the Hangover Best Job I’ve Had: Being Taylor’s roommate

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT

RB PF A TO B S TP

N26 at Sul Ross State

2

0-0 0-0

0-0 1

0

0 0

0 0 0

J12 LETOURNEAU UNIV.

2

0-0 0-0

0-0 0

0

0 1

0 0 0

J19 at Louisiana College

6

0-1 0-0

2-2 2

0

0 0

0 0 2

LOUISIANA COLLEGE 2

1-1 0-0

0-0 0

0

0 0

0 0 2

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Career Highs Points.........................................................................2 (2 times) Rebounds...........................2 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) Assists..................................................................................... Blocked Shots........................................................................... Steals............................................................................ Field Goals.........................1 vs Louisiana College (2-9-12) Field Goal Att...........................................................2 (2 times) 3-Point Field Goals................................................................... 3-Point Field Goal Att............................................................... Free Throws.........................2 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) Free Throw Att....................2 vs Louisiana College (1-19-12) Minutes....................................6 Louisiana College (1-19-12)

MURCH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT 2011-12 5-0 4 .8 3 .6 0.0 0.0 0.0 1-2 50.0 0-0 00.0 2-2 100 Career 5-0 4 .8 3 .6 0.0 0.0 0.0 1-2 50.0 0-0 00.0 2-2 100

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+ Sophomore Profile Sophomore 5-9, Forward Mountainburg Ark. Mountainburg HS

#54

Shawnee Sorensen 2011-12 Played in three games. Played 5 minutes against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Mountainburg HS Averaged 12.1 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game as a senior. Named AllConference as a junior and senior. Named to the Fort Smith Radio Group All-Area Team her senior season. Earned Honorable Mention All-Conference her sophomore campaign. Helped team to the quarterfinals of the state tournament her senior season.

Personal Parents: Ryan and Tina Sorensen Major: Biology Personality Profile One word that describes me: Original My prized possession: Family and Friends Favorite Food: Italian Pregame Ritual: Chew same kind of gum Favorite TV Show: The Mentalist Most Proud Of: My parents Favorite Basketball Memory: Every time I play with my best friends Favorite Song: Cowboys and Angels by Dustin Lynch Best Non-Athletic Talent: Photography Dream Vacation Spot: Ireland Movie Character I’d Like To Play: Rachel McAdams in the Notebook Best Job I’ve Had: Teaching SI

2011-2012 Game-By-Game Stats MP FG 3FG FT

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Career Highs Points...................................................................................... Rebounds...............................................................1 (2 times) Assists..................................................................................... Blocked Shots........................................................................... Steals............................................................................ Field Goals................................................................................. Field Goal Att............................................................................ 3-Point Field Goals................................................................... 3-Point Field Goal Att.............................................................. Free Throws............................................................................... Free Throw Att.......................................................................... Minutes....................................5 Louisiana College (1-19-12)

SORENSEN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS PT PPG REB RPG AST ST BLK FG-ATT PCT 3PT-ATT PCT FT-ATT PCT 2011-12 3-0 0 0.0 2 .7 .00 .00 .00 0-0 00.0 0-0 00.0 0-0 00.0 Career 3-0 0 0.0 2 .7 .00 .00 .00 0-0 00.0 0-0 00.0 0-0 00.0

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Newcomer Profiles + Sophomore 5-8, Guard San Antonio, Texas Concordia Univ. Texas The Winston School

#30

Annabel Fidler 2011-12 Played on the junior varsity team at Concordia University Texas. Personal Parents: Don and Jacque Fidler Major: Communications Personality Profile One Word that Describes Me: Silly Prized Possession: My San Antonio Spurs snapback Favorite food: Mexican Food Pregame Ritual: Focusing on how I want to play Favorite TV Show: Walking Dead Most Proud Of: Going to college Favorite Basketball Memory: Winning MVP at a tournament Favorite Song: Chicken Fried by Zac Brown Band Best Non-Athletic Talent: Writing Dream Vacation Spot: Spain Movie Character I’d Like to Play: Kovu from Lion King 2 Best Job I’ve Had: Lifeguarding

Most Proud Of: My Basketball and softball achievements as a Lincoln Lady Wolf Favorite Basketball Memory: My senior year we were a No. 4 seed in the Regional Tournament and we beat Charleston, the No. 1 seed, in overtime Favorite Song: Paradise by Coldplay Best Non-Athletic Talent: Riding Horses Dream Vacation Spot: Virginia Beach Movie Character I’d Like to Play: Alan from the Hangover Best Job I’ve Had: Being a big sister to my younger brother and sister

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

#34 RaShelle Goldman

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

Lincoln HS Averaged 10.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per game her senior season. Hit 71-of-168 (42%) from the three-point line en route to leading Lincoln to the state tournament. Four-year starter and finished her prep career with 1,169 points. Earned All-Conference four times and was team MVP three times. Named All-Region as a freshman and earned a spot on the All-Northwest Arkansas Basketball Team. Personal Parents: Greg and Alicia Goldman Major: Biology Personality Profile One Word that Describes Me: Goofy Prized Possession: My car! Favorite food: Chicken Tetrazzini Pregame Ritual: I listen to System of a Down on my iPod Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead on AMC

#23

Ashley Hipps Greenland HS Averaged 10.6 points, 4.6 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 1.7 steals per game as a senior. Earned All-State, All-Region, All-Conference, State Tournament MVP and was a member of the Morning News All-Area First Team in her senior campaign. Additionally, she made the All-State Tournament and KURM Dream Team. Personal Parents: Bobby and Kelley Hipps Major: Physical Education

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Personality Profile One word that describes me: Comical My prized possession: My big fat state ring Favorite Food: Chicken Pregame Ritual: Do NOT fall asleep during the day; NO NAPS Favorite TV Show: Toddlers & Tiaras Most Proud Of: My big fat state ring Favorite Basketball Memory: Winning State my Senior Year in overtime and being named tournament MVP Favorite Song: Moment 4 Life by Nicki Minaj Best Non-Athletic Talent: Eating sweets (brownies, cookies, cakes, little debbies, chocolate, etc.) Dream Vacation Spot: Australia Movie Character I’d Like To Play: Forest Gump Best Job I’ve Had: Coaching little kids

Freshman 5-11, Forward Heber Springs, Ark. Heber Springs HS

#35

Magen LaRosa Heber Springs HS Averaged 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game as a senior. Earned All-State, All-Conference and was an All-Star nominee for the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star game. Named All-Conference as a junior. Helped team


+ Newcomer Profiles to back-to-back conference championships during prep career. Led team to regional championship her junior season. Personal Parents: Tony and Jill LaRosa Major: Biology Personality Profile One Word that Describes Me: Loud Prized Possession: Phone Favorite food: Chinese Pregame Ritual: Fix my hair the same every game Favorite TV Show: I Love Lucy Most Proud Of: My dad: I’m still his number one, and he always has my back Favorite Basketball Memory: The whole team got snowed in at my house for four days Favorite Song: Hey ya! by OutKast Best Non-Athletic Talent: Memorize any song Dream Vacation Spot: Cancun Movie Character I’d Like to Play: Angelina Jolie from Tomb Rader Best Job I’ve Had: Frozen yogurt shop and got to eat free ice cream and candy

Freshman 5-9, Forward Hartman, Ark. Westside HS

Westside HS Averaged 13.6 points and 5.2 rebounds per game as a senior. Was a four-time All-Conference player. Earned All-State Honorable Mention, First Alternate All-Star honors and was a member of the Tri-County All-Basketball Team her senior campaign. Set a new school record with 90 three-pointers her senior season. Personal Parents: Chirs and Susan McKee Major: Physical Education Personality Profile One Word that Describes Me: Athletic Prized Possession: Cell phone Favorite food: Ham Pregame Ritual: Sit quietly and go over plays in my head, think about the things I plan to do in the game Favorite TV Show: Pretty Little Liars Most Proud Of: Breaking the school record for most three-pointers in a season (90) Favorite Basketball Memory: Beating our arch rivals on their home court Favorite Song: Good time Best Non-Athletic Talent: Singing Dream Vacation Spot: Hawaii Movie Character I’d Like to Play: Hermione Best Job I’ve Had: Giving pitching lessons

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

#20 Libby Nepivoda

Lamar HS Averaged 16.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game as a senior. Hit 40 percent of her three-point shots. Earned All-State, All-District and was a member of the KARV Radio Dream Team her senior campaign. Named All-District and KARV Radio Dream Team as a junior. Personal Parents: BJ and Tracy Earls Major: Mathematics Personality Profile One Word that Describes Me: Athletic Prized Possession: My dog Spalding Favorite food: Anything spicy Pregame Ritual: Getting my hair braided Favorite TV Show: Golden Girls Most Proud Of: The way my personal game and team has evolved Favorite Basketball Memory: Playing with my sister Favorite Song: Depends on my mood Best Non-Athletic Talent: Playing piano Dream Vacation Spot: Anywhere out of U.S. Movie Character I’d Like to Play: Optimus Prime (Transformer) Best Job I’ve Had: Making snowcones

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Freshman 5-9, Forward Springdale, Ark. Springdale HS

#44

Baylea Swearingen

Springdale HS Averaged 9.5 points and 6.9 rebounds per game her senior season. Personal Parents: Daryl and Jenny Swearingen Major: Biology Personality Profile One Word that Describes Me: Bubbly Prized Possession: My car Favorite food: Thai food Pregame Ritual: Sit by myself at the top of the bleachers and listen to music Favorite TV Show: The Game Most Proud Of: How far I’ve gone in basketball and my team Favorite Basketball Memory: Going to AAU nationals Favorite Song: Wildest Dreams by Brandy Best Non-Athletic Talent: Cooking, doing hair and make-up Dream Vacation Spot: Bora-Bora Movie Character I’d Like to Play: Any movie with Channing Tatum Best Job I’ve Had: Hair couture


2012-13 Opponents + RUST COLLEGE Nov. 15 @ Holly Springs, MS.-7:30 pm Location: Holly Springs, Miss. Enrollment: 1,010 Conference: Independent Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Bearcats 2011-12 Record: 8-12 Conf. Finish: NA H Coach: Ato Green Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Ato Green SID Phone: 662.252.8000 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLLEGE Nov. 17 @ Conway, AR-1:00 pm Location: Conway, Ark. Enrollment: 825 Conference: Independent Affiliation: NAIA, NCCAA Nickname: Lady Mustangs 2011-12 Record: 15-15 Conf. Finish: 8-6 (4th) H Coach: Lyle Middleton Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Ken Prophete SID Phone: 501.205.8846 HENDRIX COLLEGE Nov. 20 @ Conway, AR-6:00 pm Location: Conway, Ark. Enrollment: 1,400 Conference: SAA Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Warriors 2011-12 Record: 7-19 Conf. Finish: 5-11 (6th) H Coach: Emily Cummins Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Cody Usher SID Phone: 501.450.1426

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-DALLAS Nov. 24 @ Home-3:00 pm Feb. 11 @ Richardson, TX-7:30 pm Location: Richardson, Texas Enrollment: 7,776 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Comets 2011-12 Record: 20-7 Conf. Finish: 15-5 (2nd) H Coach: Polly Thomason Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Bruce Unrue SID Phone: 972.883.6308 BACONE COLLEGE Nov. 27 @ Home-6:30 pm Location: Muskogee, Okla. Enrollment: 958 Conference: Red River Affiliation: NAIA Nickname: Lady Warriors 2011-12 Record: 11-19 Conf. Finish: 6-18 (9th) H Coach: Robbie Shay Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Kyle Taylor SID Phone: 918.781.7290 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY Nov. 29 @ Abilene, TX-5:30 pm Location: Abilene, Texas Enrollment: 2,493 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Cowgirls 2011-12 Record: 13-13 Conf. Finish: 11-10 (3rd) H Coach: Shanna Briggs Starter’s Returning: 4 SID: Chad Grubbs SID Phone: 325.670.1473

CONCORDIA UNIV. TEXAS Dec. 1 @ Austin, TX-3:00 pm Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 2,100 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Tornados 2011-12 Record: 23-5 Conf. Finish: 18-3 (1st) H Coach: Rusty Rainbolt Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Matthew Chmura SID Phone: 512.313.4503

MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR Dec. 15 @ Belton, TX-1:00 pm Location: Belton, Texas Enrollment: 2,700 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Crusaders 2011-12 Record: 6-19 Conf. Finish: 5-16 (T-5th) H Coach: Lisa Curliss-Taylor Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Jon Wallin SID Phone: 254.295.4611

SUL ROSS STATE UNIVERSITY Jan. 5 @ Home-1:00 pm Location: Alpine, Texas Enrollment: 2,047 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lobos 2011-12 Record: 2-23 Conf. Finish: 1-20 (6th) H Coach: Chris Marks Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Chris Kennedy SID Phone: 432.837.8637

TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY Dec. 5 @ Home-5:30 pm Location: Seguin, Texas Enrollment: 1,400 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Lady Bulldogs 2011-12 Record: 7-18 Conf. Finish: 6-15 (4th) H Coach: Mel Dixon Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Tim Clark SID Phone: 830.372.6877

RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE Dec. 18 @ Home-3:00 pm Location: Broken Arrow, Okla. Enrollment: 800 Conference: ACCA Affiliation: USCAA Nickname: Lady Eagles 2011-12 Record: 14-12 Conf. Finish: 4-8 H Coach: Kerri Sharp Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: Perry Shockley SID Phone: 918.258.1588

SCHREINER UNIVERSITY Dec. 7 @ Home-3:00 pm Location: Kerrville, Texas Enrollment: 1,084 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Mountaineers 2011-12 Record: 7-18 Conf. Finish: 5-16 (T-5th) H Coach: Matt Wallis Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Wayne Hinkley SID Phone: 830.792.7449

HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY Jan. 3 @ Home-5:30 pm Location: Brownwood, Texas Enrollment: 1,385 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Yellow Jackets 2011-12 Record: 20-6 Conf. Finish: 16-5 (2nd) H Coach: Joshua Prock Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Abram Choate SID Phone: 325.649.8111

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-TYLER Jan. 10 @ Home-5:30 pm Feb. 2 @ Tyler, TX-1:00 pm Location: Tyler, Texas Enrollment: 5,051 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Patriots 2011-12 Record: 12-13 Conf. Finish: 8-12 (5th) H Coach: Kevin Baker Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Peyton Low SID Phone: 903.565.5559

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EAST TEXAS BAPTIST Jan. 12 @ Home-1:00 pm Jan. 31 @ Marshall, TX-5:30 pm Location: Marshall, Texas Enrollment: 1,200 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Tigers 2011-12 Record: 6-19 Conf. Finish: 4-16 (6th) H Coach: Dustin Howard Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: Adam Ledyard SID Phone: 903.923.2129

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE Jan. 17 @ Clinton, Miss.-5:30 pm Feb. 9 @ Home-1:00 pm Location: Clinton, MS Enrollment: 4,900 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Choctaws 2011-12 Record: 16-10 Conf. Finish: 13-7 (3rd) H Coach: Paul Allen Duke Starter’s Returning: 3 SID: David Nichols SID Phone: 601.925.3234 LOUISIANA COLLEGE Jan. 19 @ Pineville, La.-1:00 pm Feb. 7 @ Home-5:30 pm Location: Pineville, LA Enrollment: 1,459 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: Wildcats 2011-12 Record: 24-5 Conf. Finish: 18-2 (1st) H Coach: Jason Tinsley Starter’s Returning: 2 SID: Jordan Meisner SID Phone: 318.487.7590 LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY Jan. 26 @ Longview, TX-1:00 pm Feb. 14 @ Home-5:30 pm Location: Longview, Texas Enrollment: 1,379 Conference: ASC Affiliation: NCAA III Nickname: YellowJackets 2011-12 Record: 13-12 Conf. Finish: 9-11 (T-4th) H Coach: Corey Thomaston Starter’s Returning: 1 SID: James Hill SID Phone: 903.233.3735


+ 2011-12 Season Stats/Results 2011-2012 Season Results

2011-12 Final Statistics Player Sabrina Goddard April Young Lacey Phillips Ashley Teague Ashley Barry Alison Villines Chelsea Glasscock Jordyn Ferrell Taylor Farmer Sidney Sutterfield Jessica Murch Tamara Wilkett Jordana Andrews Kindra Davis Shawnee Sorensen Jessica Milloway Karlye Tolley TEAM Total Opponents

GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 26-25 743-28.6 157-379 .414 0-0 .000 103-166 .620 53 138 191 7.3 90 5 26-26 861-33.1 126-324 .389 62-202 .307 45-62 .726 45 76 121 4.7 67 2 26-26 869-33.4 83-207 .401 26-87 .299 61-75 .813 18 117 135 5.2 40 0 26-25 701-27.0 46-149 .309 7-44 .159 31-42 .738 32 62 94 3.6 40 0 26-2 451-17.3 47-96 .490 0-0 .000 21-48 .438 39 73 112 4.3 58 1 26-26 565-21.7 30-102 .294 13-52 .250 33-49 .673 12 74 86 3.3 76 4 26-0 465-17.9 33-86 .384 27-73 .370 8-11 .727 12 48 60 2.3 28 0 26-0 313-12.0 27-57 .474 4-7 .571 24-38 .632 24 34 58 2.2 27 0 22-0 127-5.8 20-51 .392 0-0 .000 6-11 .545 7 21 28 1.3 14 0 1-0 2-2.0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 5-0 14-2.8 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2 1 3 0.6 0 0 13-0 37-2.8 3-12 .250 0-3 .000 4-9 .444 1 3 4 0.3 2 0 9-0 29-3.2 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 0 2 2 0.2 0 0 8-0 24-3.0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 4 7 11 1.4 3 0 3-0 8-2.7 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 0.7 0 0 3-0 9-3.0 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 3-0 5-1.7 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 46 96 142 5.5 26 5223 575-1475 .390 139-473 .294 341-519 .657 295 755 1050 40.4 445 12 26 5227 597-1659 .360 147-529 .278 350-505 .693 425 736 1161 44.7 436 -

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A TO 17 63 60 69 148 83 26 28 19 33 39 56 45 34 14 26 2 9 0 0 0 1 0 11 3 5 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0

Blk Stl 53 23 8 19 3 40 2 13 10 24 4 54 1 22 1 12 12 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 417 359 253 130 115 106 101 82 46 2 4 10 3 2 0 0 0

Avg 16.0 13.8 9.7 5.0 4.4 4.1 3.9 3.2 2.1 2.0 0.8 0.8 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.0

373 458 94 216 1630 62.7 368 423 67 223 1691 65.0

Nov. 15 HENDRIX COLLEGE W 71-70 (OT) Nov. 16 at Bacone College L 60-65 Nov. 22 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLL W 64-61 Nov. 26 *at Sul Ross State W 66-42 Nov. 28 *at Howard Payne Univ. L 50-78 Dec. 1 *MCMURRY UNIVERSITY L 46-61 Dec. 2 *HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIV. W 82-79 Dec. 9 *at Texas Lutheran W 73-59 Dec. 10 *at Schreiner University L 49-56 Dec. 16 *TEXAS-DALLAS L 60-69 Jan. 5 *MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR W 73-63 Jan. 7 *CONCORDIA UNIV TX L 59-74 Jan. 9 *at Texas Dallas L 49-62 Jan. 12 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. W 72-59 Jan. 14 *TEXAS-TYLER W 62-57 Jan. 19 *at Louisiana College L 62-102 Jan. 21 *at Mississippi College L 50-59 Jan. 26 *at East Texas Baptist L 54-55 Jan. 28 at Centenary W 69-58 Feb. 2 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST W 75-61 Feb. 4 CENTENARY W 79-66 Feb. 9 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 66-86 Feb. 11 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 65-49 Feb. 16 *at LeTourneau L 63-71 Feb. 18 *at Texas-Tyler W 65-64 Feb. 24 vs Concordia L 46-65


2011-12 Season In Review + Young Voted To National Academic Team Senior guard April Young was named to the 2011-2012 Capital One Academic All-America® Women’s Basketball Second Team for the 2011-12 season. Young received the honor after being voted to the Capital One All-District First Team. She was the only American Southwest Conference player on the national team. Young, a 5-foot-7 native of Deer, Ark., ranked tenth in the ASC in scoring (13.8) and led the conference in three-point shots per game (2.4). Young owns the school record with 192 career three-pointers, and for her career, she has 1,161 points, 206 assists and 426 rebounds. She ends her collegiate career as a three-time member of the Academic All-District Team as well as a three-time AllConference performer. She was ASC Player of the Week once in 2011-12. A biology major, Young is a three-time member of the ASC All-Academic Team. She was the ASC’s Distinguished Scholar-Athlete for women’s basketball two straight seasons. To be eligible for Academic All-America® consideration, a student-athlete must be a varsity starter or key reserve, maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.30 on a scale of 4.00 and have reached sophomore athletic and academic standings at their current institution.

Goddard Given Top University Honor Senior women’s basketball player Sabrina Goddard was named the 2012 Hurie Award recipient April 24 at the University of the Ozarks annual student awards convocation held in Raymond Munger Memorial Chapel. Goddard, a biology major from Stroud, Okla., was a three-time All-Conference performer and was named to the Capital One Academic AllDistrict Team in 2010-11. Goddard finished her fouryear career ranked sixth in career points (1,350) and seventh in career rebounding (683) at Ozarks. Prior to the 2011-12 season, she was voted the American Southwest Conference Preseason Player of the Year. She was named the University’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2011 and 2012. She was also named to the ASC All-Academic Team three times. Each year faculty members elect one graduating student to receive the Hurie Award, the highest honor an Ozarks student can receive. The faculty members choose a graduate who has been an exemplary scholar, a campus leader, and a person of outstanding character.

Four Receive Conference Recognition Four players received recognition from the American Southwest Conference following the 2011-12 season. Senior center Sabrina Goddard was voted to the ASC All-East Division First Team. Senior guards April Young and Lacey Phillips were named to the ASC AllPhillips East Division Second Team. Senior forward Ashley Teague was voted the ASC East Division co-Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year. Goddard finished third in the conference in scoring (16.0), eighth in rebounding (7.3) and second in blocked shots (2.0). She was voted ASC Player of the Week once during the season. Young ranked tenth in the ASC in scoring (13.8) and led the conference in three-point shots per game (2.4). She earned ASC Player of the Week honors once during the season. Phillips led the ASC in assists (5.7) and ranked tenth in NCAA III in that category. She led the ASC in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.8) and was eighth in the ASC in free throw percentage (81.3%), hitting 61-of-75 at the charity stripe. In 26 starts, she averaged 9.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. She earned ASC Player of the Week honors once during the season. Teague averaged 5.0 points and 3.6 rebounds per game.

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Lady Eagles Make Back-To-Back Playoff Trips The Lady Eagles qualified for the American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament in 2011-12, the second straight season to do so. Ozarks entered the tournament as the No. 4 seed from the East Division and took on Concordia University Texas. Concordia defeated the Lady Eagles and eventually won the tournament, advancing to the NCAA III Tournament. Under Head Coach Carl Ramsey, the Lady Eagles have posted back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in ten years. Ozarks needed to win against TexasTyler February 18 to qualify for postseason play. The Lady Eagles took care of business and earned a thrilling 65-64 win over Texas-Tyler. Ozarks also received help from Texas-Dallas, who beat LeTourneau University. Ozarks finished tied for fourth-place in the East Division with LeTourneau, but owned the tie-breaker having defeated Texas-Tyler twice. Ozarks also had to beat Texas-Tyler in its final game last season to qualify. The Lady Eagles were led by five seniors Sabrina Goddard, Lacey Phillips, Ashley Teague, Alison Villines and April Young all of whom started.


+ 2011-12 ASC Review ASC East Division Player of the Year: Lyndsey Smith, F, Sr., Texas-Dallas Defensive Player of the Year: Natosha Gottlieb, G, Sr., Louisiana College Freshman of the Year: Danisha Allison, C, Louisiana College Newcomer of the Year: Sharday Cotton, F, Sr., LeTourneau Co-Sportsmanship Athletes of the Year: Olivia Burns, G, Jr., Texas-Tyler; Ashley Teague, F, Sr., Ozarks Coach of the Year: Corey Thomaston, LeTourneau First Team Lyndsey Smith G Texas-Dallas Natasha Gottlieb F Louisiana College Roslyn Wilmer G/F Louisiana College Melissa Thomas G Texas-Tyler Sabrina Goodard P Ozarks Second Team Lacey Phillips G Ozarks Sharday Cotton F LeTourneau Lindsey Hausmann PG Texas-Tyler Elizabeth Brooks G Mississippi College April Young G Ozarks Honorable Mention Caitlin Brown Ebony Williams Brittany Houston LaQueda Davis

DeShante Thomas C Shamiya Domino G Danisha Allison C She’Cara Humphrey P

ASC West Division Player of the Year: Brittany Roberson, PG, Sr., Howard Payne Defensive Player of the Year: Keshia Collins, F, So., McMurry Freshman of the Year: Karisa Cantu, PG, Schreiner Newcomer of the Year: Krista Ford, G/F, Jr., Sul Ross State Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year: Coco Cartwright, PG, Jr., Hardin-Simmons Coach of the Year: Rusty Rainbolt, Concordia Texas

LeTourneau Texas-Tyler Louisiana College Texas-Tyler

ASC East Division All-Defensive Team Natasha Gottlieb F Louisiana College Shasidy Ludgood G Louisiana College DeShante Thomas C LeTourneau Holly Phelps F East Texas Baptist Lindsey Hausmann PG Texas-Tyler ASC East Division All-Freshman Team Danisha Allison C Louisiana College Madelyn Cross F Mississippi College Amanda Rucker G East Texas Baptist Christina Brosnahan G Texas-Dallas Jo’Anna Davis G Texas-Dallas Keana Frank PG Louisiana College All-ASC Team Brittany Roberson PG Lyndsey Smith G Natasha Gottlieb F Shamika Singleton F Keshia Collins F Roslyn Wilmer G/F

ASC West Division First Team Brittany Roberson PG Howard Payne Shamika Singleton F Concordia Texas Angela Newcombe F Hardin-Simmons Keshia Collins F McMurry Lashanda Luckey F Concordia Texas ASC West Division Second Team Brittany Zamora G Mary Hardin-Baylor Jasmin Thomas G Howard Payne Jasmine Lewis G Hardin-Simmons Krista Ford G/F Sul Ross State MJ Vickers F McMurry

Howard Payne Texas-Dallas Louisiana College Concordia McMurry Louisiana College

F Mississippi College F Mississippi College F Texas-Dallas G LeTourneau

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ASC West Division Honorable Mention Olivia Swarner G Schreiner Alexis Popelar G Hardin-Simmons Roshonda Gayden P Howard Payne Celeste Belizario P McMurry Dana Marrs F Howard Payne Katy Scott P Texas Lutheran Rikeita Thomas G McMurry Abby Parmelly F Howard Payne Christen McLee F Concordia Texas Candance Pollard G Sul Ross State ASC West Division All-Defensive Team Keshia Collins F McMurry Jasmin Thomas G Howard Payne Jasmine Lewis G Hardin-Simmons Margaret Milling F Concordia Texas Shamika Singleton F Concordia Texas ASC West Division All-Freshman Team Karisa Cantu PG Schreiner Madi Hess PG Concordia Texas Dominique Liddell C Concordia Texas Breanna Conway P Howard Payne Bridget Dorn P McMurry Katlyn Tarbet G McMurry


2011-12 ASC Review + 2011-2012 ASC Final Standings East Division ASC Louisiana College 18-2 .900 Texas-Dallas 15-5 .750 Mississippi College 13-7 .650 LeTourneau 9-11 .450 Ozarks 9-11 .450 Texas-Tyler 8-12 .400 East Texas Baptist 4-16 .200 Centenary 0-0 .000

Overall 24-5 .828 20-7 .741 16-10 .615 13-12 .520 13-13 .500 12-13 .480 6-19 .240 8-17 .320

West Division Concordia Texas Howard Payne McMurry Hardin-Simmons Texas Lutheran Schreiner Mary Hardin-Baylor Sul Ross State

23-5 .821 20-6 .769 19-8 .704 13-13 .500 7-18 .280 7-18 .280 6-19 .240 2-23 .080

18-3 16-5 16-5 11-10 6-15 5-16 5-16 1-20

.857 .762 .762 .524 .286 .238 .238 .048

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

G 29 26 28 26 25 25 27 26 25 25 27 25 25 26 25 25

AVE 86.6 71.9 68.0 67.2 66.2 65.9 65.1 62.7 61.8 61.3 61.3 60.6 60.0 59.7 55.0 54.5

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

G FG ATT Pct 26 574 1338 .429 25 562 1326 .424 28 703 1710 .411 26 672 1652 .407 27 598 1476 .405 26 597 1481 .403 25 536 1345 .399 26 575 1475 .390 25 566 1473 .384 27 667 1760 .379 25 566 1556 .364 29 896 2465 .363 25 443 1219 .363 25 551 1566 .352 25 455 1298 .351 25 561 1636 .343

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

G A AVE 29 484 16.7 28 411 14.7 25 361 14.4 26 373 14.3 26 364 14.0 27 377 14.0 27 368 13.6 26 328 12.6 26 327 12.6 25 311 12.4 25 298 11.9 25 295 11.8 25 294 11.8 25 264 10.6 25 250 10.0 25 243 9.7

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

G 27 27 28 26 26 25 26 25 26 25 25 29 25 25 25 25

AVE 51.6 54.6 57.8 57.8 60.3 60.8 63.0 63.8 65.0 66.0 66.8 68.7 69.2 72.0 77.2 81.3

Free Throw Percentage 1. Hardin-Simmons 2. Centenary 3. Texas-Dallas 4. McMurry 5. Texas Lutheran 6. Sul Ross State 7. East Texas Baptist 8. Mississippi College 9. Schreiner 10. Louisiana College 11. Texas-Tyler 12. Howard Payne 13. Mary Hardin-Baylor 14. Ozarks 15. Concordia Texas 16. LeTourneau

G FG ATT 26 458 604 25 373 515 27 330 458 27 292 414 25 314 447 25 274 393 25 354 518 26 340 499 25 369 543 29 427 632 25 420 623 26 358 537 25 273 413 26 341 519 28 390 615 25 364 599

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

G ST AVE 29 525 18.1 28 454 16.2 27 363 13.4 26 317 12.2 26 317 12.2 27 264 9.8 25 241 9.6 25 217 8.7 25 215 8.6 26 216 8.3 26 207 8.0 25 197 7.9 25 184 7.4 25 181 7.2 25 161 6.4 25 150 6.0

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PCT .758 .724 .721 .705 .702 .697 .683 .681 .680 .676 .674 .667 .661 .657 .634 .608


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

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

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

892 (1990-94) 826 (02-04, 05-07) 820 (1988-91) 817 (04-06, 07-09) 785 (1990-94) 706 (1999-02) 683 (2008-12) 661 (1994-97) 645 (1982-86) 640 (1980-84)

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

425 (1990-94) 391 (1984-88) 380 (1980-84) 313 (2008-12) 266 (1987-91) 266 (1995-99) 259 (1992-94) 254 (1988-92) 246 (1981-86) 246 (2004-08) 236 (2005-09)

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

Career Records Most 3-pointers 192 (April Young, 2008-12) Most Steals 228 (Marilyn Bauer, 1980-84) Most Blocked Shots 228 (Christie Shuffield, 1999-02) Highest Field Goal % 61.0% (Lori Myers, 1994-97)

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

Miscellaneous Records Largest margin of victory 58 points (107-40 vs Westminister, 1997) Largest margin of defeat 64 points (Dec. 1, 2007 vs Howard Payne) Most points in a game 120 (Nov. 24, 1992 vs Philander Smith) Longest winning streak (11 games-1996-1997) Longest losing streak (17 games-2007-08)

Season Records Most Points 696 (Penni Peppas, 1992-93) Most Rebounds 346 (Leona Hubbard, 1990-91) Most Field Goals 276 (Penni Peppas, 1992-93) Most Free Throws 148 (Jennifer Ewing, 1998-99) Most 3-Pointers 76 (Paige Dean, 1998-89) Highest Pts Per Game Ave. 24.0 (Penni Peppas, 1992-93) Highest Field Goal % 62.0% (Lori Myers, 1997-98) Most Steals 92 (Marilyn Bauer, 1984-85) Most Assists 148 (Lacey Phillips, 2011-12) Most Blocked Shots 75 (Christie Shuffield, 2002-03) Highest Free Throw % 87.1% (Chelsea Glasscock, 2010-11) Highest 3-Point % 47.6.% (Jana Treat, 1987-88)

Penni Peppas

Alicia Haney

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Lori Myers

Leona Scott


Honors/Awards + NCAA III/ASC/TIAA HONORS ASC Player of the Year 1996-97 Lori Myers ASC Defensive Player of the Year 1996-97 Lori Myers ASC East Division Preseason Player of the Year 2011-12 Sabrina Goddard 2000-01 Christie Shuffield ASC East Division Freshman of the Year 1999-00 Kristy Watts ASC East Division Coach of the Year 2010-11 Carl Ramsey ASC All-Tournament Team 2000-01 Mandy Thomas All-ASC 2007-08 2002-03 1998-99 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97

Erica Eneks Jenna Corbell Carla Rhodes Erin Langham Jennifer Ewing Erin Langham Lori Myers Becky Stoltenberg

All-ASC Honorable Mention 1997-98 Paige Dean 1997-98 Lora Vickers

1996-97 1996-97

2005-06 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99

Paige Dean Jennifer Ewing

ASC All-East Division First Team 2011-12 Sabrina Goddard 2007-08 Erica Eneks 2006-07 Mandi Carter 2003-04 Mandi Carter 2002-03 Jenna Corbell 2001-02 Christie Shuffield Mandy Thomas 1999-00 Christie Shuffield

LaTisha McCalister Tiffany Villines Kristy Watts Lacey Johnson Kristy Watts Christie Shuffield

ASC All-East Division Freshman Team 2010-11 Ashley Barry 2009-10 Chelsea Glasscock 2008-09 Lacey Phillips 2005-06 LaTisha McCalister 2004-05 Olivia Fisher

ASC All-East Division Second Team 2011-12 Lacey Phillips 2011-12 April Young 2010-11 Sabrina Goddard 2010-11 Lacey Phillips 2010-11 April Young 2009-10 Sabrina Goddard 2005-06 Mandi Carter 2003-04 Jenna Corbell 2002-03 Mandi Carter 2001-02 Jenna Corbell 2000-01 Christie Shuffield 2000-01 Mandy Thomas

ASC All-East Division 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 2009-10 April Young (All-District-2nd) 2007-08 Erica Eneks (All-District-1st) 2006-07 Mandi Carter (All-District-3rd) Capital One Academic All-America (District) 2011-12 April Young (1st) 2010-11 April Young (1st) 2010-11 Sabrina Goddard (2nd)

ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention 2009-10 April Young 2008-09 Olivia Fisher 2008-09 Lacey Phillips 2007-08 Olivia Fisher 2006-07 Erica Eneks 2005-06 Erica Eneks

Capital One Academic All-America 2011-12 April Young (2nd)

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ASC co-Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year 2011-12 Ashley Teague ASC SAAC Sportsmanship Award 2011-12 Team 2009-10 Team ASC All-Academic Team 1996-97 Paige Dean Becky Stoltenberg 1997-98 Paige Dean 1998-99 Tracy Duncan Carla Rhodes Kim Wilson 1999-00 Tracy Duncan Christie Shuffield 2000-01 Tonya Brigance Abby Jansen Lacey Johnson Christie Shuffield Mandy Thomas 2001-02 Jennifer Goodwin Christie Shuffield Mandy Thomas 2002-03 Jennifer Goodwin 2003-04 Kate Byrd Mandi Carter Gabriela Flores Rachel Marble DeAnna Miller Lori Moon Shannon Rainbolt Tiffany Villines


+ Honors/Awards 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

DeAnna Miller Lori Moon Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall Mandi Carter Olivia Fisher Lori Moon Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall Mandi Carter Erica Eneks Lindsey Nietert Jeanne Randall Emma Bottorff Erica Eneks Olivia Fisher Olivia Fisher Ally Goddard Kasie Osmond Kayla Quertermous Ally Goddard Sabrina Goddard Ashley Teague Alison Villines April Young Chelsea Glasscock Ally Goddard Sabrina Goddard Ashley Teague Alison Villines April Young Chelsea Glasscock Sabrina Goddard

Academic All-America 1988-89 Callie Harmon 1987-88 Jana Treat 1986-87 Callie Harmon 1985-86 Callie Harmon 1984-85 Callie Harmon

2011-12 Ashley Teague Alison Villines April Young NAIA/AIC HONORS NAIA Midwest Player of the Year 1995-96 Becky Stoltenberg

All-AIC 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1987-88 1986-87 1984-85

NAIA Midwest All-Region Team 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

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

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

NAIA All-District 17 Honorable Mention 1992-93 Missi Boroughs 1988-89 Alicia Queen 1987-88 Alicia Queen

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1983-84

Liz Ahne Marilyn Bauer

AIC All-Freshman Team 1991-92 Alicia Haney 1989-90 Moleta Watson 1988-89 Beverly Holgrefe 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)

Penni Peppas

Becky Stoltenberg

Sabrina Goddard


Coaching Records + Year Coach 2011-2012 Carl Ramsey 2010-2011 Carl Ramsey 2009-2010 Carl Ramsey Totals: 2008-2009 Christina Jost

W L Pct. 13 13 .500 14 12 .538 7 17 .291 34 42 .447

2007-2008 Christina Jost 2006-2007 Christina Jost Totals:

1 24 .040 9 17 .346 15 61 .197

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

12 14 .461 4 21 .160 16 35 .313

2003-2004 2002-2003 2001-2002 2000-2001 1999-2000 1998-1999 1997-1998 1996-1997 1995-1996 1994-1995 1993-1994 1992-1993 1991-1992 1990-1991 1989-1990 1988-1989 1987-1988 1986-1987

10 12 19 15 10 9 12 19 12 16 26 22 13 19 17 15 13 14

Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones

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

.200

.400 .480 .730 .625 .434 .375 .480 .826 .461 .571 .812 .709 .464 .633 .629 .535 .481 .518

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 15 16 20 14 13 8 369

12 14 13 5 11 12 12 285

.454 .517 .551 .800 .560 .520 .400 .564

1978-1979 R. Jones/D. Watts 5 1977-1978 R. Jones/D. Watts 1 1976-1977 R. Jones/D. Watts 3 Totals: 9 All-Time Total: 443

13 11 7 31 454

.277 .083 .300 .225 .493 The 1993-94 team still owns the school record in wins after going 26-6. Three future NAIA All-America players were on that team, including #40 Lori Myers, #34 Becky Stoltenberg and #24 Penni Peppas. Head coach Jack Jones (left) and assistant coach Jason Wilbanks (right) are also pictured.

Jack Jones

Kelly Stutz

Christina Jost

Christie Shuffield

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Mandi Carter


+ All-Time Series Records Arkansas Baptist....................................... . 26-4 Arkansas State........................................... 0-1 Arkansas State at Beebe.......................... 9-0 Arkansas Tech University........................... 1-41 Austin College............................................ 6-16 Bacone College........................................ 0-1 Baptist Christian......................................... 2-0 Bethany Nazarene College..................... 3-0 Bethel College........................................... 1-0 Briar Cliff College....................................... 0-1 Carl Albert State........................................ 4-7 Catawba College..................................... 1-0 Centenary College................................... 4-1 Central Baptist College............................ 8-1 Central State.............................................. 1-1 Central Arkansas....................................... 4-29 Central Methodist College....................... 0-1 Central Missouri.......................................... 1-0 College of the Ozarks............................... 14-7 Concordia-Austin...................................... 2-6 Concordia College................................... 1-1 Culver Stockton State............................... 1-0 Dillard University......................................... 1-0 East Central University............................... 1-0 East Texas Baptist University...................... 9-20 Ecclesia College........................................ 2-1 Evangel College........................................ 2-2 Freed-Hardeman College........................ 1-4 Garland County Community College.... 7-4 Hardin-Simmons University....................... 3-15 Harding University..................................... 21-10 Harris Stowe State...................................... 1-0 Hendrix College......................................... 9-12 Henderson State University....................... 10-9

Shawnee College....................................... 0-1 Southern Arkansas University..................... 15-7 Southern Nazarene University................... 0-1 Southwest Baptist University...................... 1-1 Sul Ross State...............................................11-7 Tennessee Temple University..................... 0-1 Texas Lutheran University........................... 7-5 UA-Little Rock............................................. 3-5 UA-Monticello............................................. 11-23 UA-Pine Bluff................................................ 19-13 University of Dallas...................................... 10-4 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor............... 3-10

High Point College.....................................1-0 Howard Payne University.......................... 8-14 John Brown University................................ 27-9 John Carroll University............................... 0-1 Langston University.................................... 0-1 LeTourneau University................................ 14-14 Lindenwood College................................. 1-1 Louisiana College...................................... 6-17 Lyon College.............................................. 17-14 McNeese State.......................................... 0-1 McMurry University..................................... 5-11 Marian College.......................................... 1-0 Mid-America Nazarene............................ 0-2 Mississippi College...................................... 6-24 Missouri Baptist College............................. 1-0 Missouri Southern State.............................. 1-0 Missouri Western College.......................... 0-1 Montreat College...................................... 0-1 North Central College............................... 1-0 Northeastern Oklahoma State Univ......... 9-10 Northeastern State..................................... 2-0 Northern Arkansas CC............................... 2-6 Northern Colorado.................................... 0-1 Oklahoma Baptist...................................... 1-4 Oral Roberts University............................... 2-0 Ouachita Baptist University....................... 18-7 Peru State................................................... 1-0 Philander Smith........................................... 19-2 Pittsburg State University........................... 1-2 Rhema Bible College................................ 6-0 Rhodes College......................................... 4-1 Rockhurst College...................................... 1-1 Rust College............................................... 6-2 Schreiner University.................................... 10-3

University of Texas-Dallas........................... 14-14 University of Texas-Tyler.............................. 7-11 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

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

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Year-By-Year Results + 1983-1984 Overall: 16-13 Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 17 JOHN BROWN NA 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 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 NA Nov. 18 at Freed-Hardeman NA

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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 Jan. 29 *at Ouachita Baptist Jan. 31 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE Feb. 2 *at Central Arkansas Feb. 5 *ARKANSAS TECH Feb. 9 *at UA-Pine Bluff Feb. 12 *HENDERSON STATE Feb. 16 *at Southern Arkansas Feb. 19 *at UA-Monticello Feb. 23 ARKANSAS STATE UNIV

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 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

L 54-58 W 68-58 W 66-60 L 55-57 W 79-60 W 92-63 L 73-79

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 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 L 59-68 Nov. 19 Baptist Christian College W 66-37 Nov. 21 Arkansas Baptist L 67-69 Nov. 25 Baptist Christian College W 93-90 Nov. 26 John Brown W 48-46 Dec. 1 Arkansas Baptist W 61-50 Dec. 6 John Brown Univ. L 62-67 Dec. 9 Philander Smith L 66-67 Jan. 2 Marian College W 90-63 Jan. 5 *CENTRAL ARKANSAS W 65-59 Jan. 9 *at Harding University W 81-62


+ Year-By-Year Results Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Feb. 28

*UA-MONTICELLO L 64-96 *at Henderson State L 76-77 UA-PINE BLUFF L 70-79 *at Southern Arkansas L 77-82 *at Arkansas Tech L 41-68 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE W 67-64 OT *at Ouachita Baptist W 68-59 *at Central Arkansas L 63-79 *HARDING UNIVERSITY W 71-48 *at UA-Monticello L 52-91 *HENDERSON STATE W 78-53 UA-Pine Bluff W 71-70 *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS W 82-63 *ARKANSAS TECH L 30-66 *at Arkansas College W 89-85 2OT *OUACHITA BAPTIST W 84-69 UA-Pine Bluff L 61-66

1989-1990 Overall: 17-10; AIC: 8-8 (4th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 13 Oral Roberts W 72-56 Nov. 17 SCHOOL OF THE OZARKS W 82-73 Nov. 21 PHILANDER SMITH W 86-64 Nov. 25 PHILANDER SMITH W 83-80 Nov. 28 at Ark. Baptist College W 68-54 Dec. 1 vs East Texas Baptist W 76-65 Dec. 2 John Brown W 63-44 Dec. 4 UA-Pine Bluff W 77-74 Dec. 7 *at Harding University W 65-64 Dec. 9 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 66-59 Jan. 8 *ARKANSAS COLLEGE W 64-59 Jan. 11 *at Arkansas Tech L 48-56 Jan. 15 *HENDERSON STATE W 102-61 Jan. 18 *at Central Arkansas L 64-74 Jan. 20 *at UA-Monticello L 85-95

Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 3

Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 26

*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

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

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OUACHITA BAPTIST UA-PINE BLUFF at Harding ARKANSAS COLLEGE at Arkansas Tech HENDERSON STATE at Central Arkansas at Ouachita Baptist at UA-Monticello SOUTHERN ARKANSAS HENDERSON STATE at Central Arkansas

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

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

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

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 NA vs NA NA vs NA &Game forfeited 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

W 84-81 L 63-64 L 57-68 W 49-46 L 64-83 L 64-71 L NA L NA

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


Year-By-Year Results + Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 23

*HENDERSON STATE at John Brown *ARKANSAS COLLEGE *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS *at Arkansas Tech *OUACHITA BAPTIST *OUACHITA BAPTIST *at UA-Monticello

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 (2nd) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 15 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF W 101-66 Nov. 18 WILLIAMS BAPTIST W 77-53 Nov. 22 at Philander Smith W 93-84 Nov. 23 at UA-Pine Bluff W 85-54 Nov. 26 at Pittsburg State L 88-101 Nov. 27 at Missouri Southern W 65-56 Nov. 29 PHILANDER SMITH W 106-67 Dec. 7 at Arkansas Baptist W 83-70 Dec. 9 at Missouri Western L 41-80 Dec. 11 at Rockhurst College L 45-48 Jan. 3 at LeTourneau W 112-79 Jan. 7 at Lindenwood College W 65-54 Jan. 8 Harris-Stowe W 84-53 Jan. 10 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 98-79 Jan. 13 *ARKANSAS TECH UNIV. L 71-77 Jan. 15 COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS W 87-43 Jan. 18 *at Arkansas College W 68-67 Jan. 20 *HARDING UNIVERSITY W 69-54 Jan. 24 *at Southern Arkansas W 67-57 Jan. 27 at John Brown W 82-47 Jan. 31 *UA-MONTICELLO W 69-61 Feb. 3 *at Ouachita Baptist W 83-77 Feb. 5 at William Woods W 81-67 Feb. 7 *at Arkansas Tech Univ. L 41-69

Feb. 10 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 5

*ARKANSAS COLLEGE *at Harding Univ. *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS JOHN BROWN *at UA-Monticello *OUACHITA BAPTIST *UA-MONTICELLO *HARDING UNIVERSITY

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 Bluff Nov. 18 at Oklahoma Baptist Nov. 19 at College of the Ozarks Nov. 21 at Ark. Baptist College Nov. 25 at Freed-Hardeman Nov. 26 at Lindenwood Nov. 29 at Hendrix College Dec. 5 *OUACHITA BAPTIST Dec. 8 *at John Brown University Jan. 7 HENDRIX COLLEGE Jan. 12 *ARKANSAS TECH UNIV. Jan. 16 *at Arkansas-Monticello Jan. 19 WILLIAMS BAPTIST COLL. Jan. 21 UA-Pine Bluff Jan. 23 *at Lyon College Jan. 26 *HARDING UNIVERISTY Jan. 30 *at Southern Arkansas Feb. 2 *at Ouachita Baptist Feb. 4 *John Brown University Feb. 6 *at Arkansas Tech Univ. Feb. 13 *ARK.-MONTICELLO Feb. 16 at Williams Baptist Coll.

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

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Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 3

*LYON COLLEGE *at Harding University *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS *HARDING UNIVERSITY

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 L 75-79 Nov. 11 at College of the Ozarks W 94-88 Nov. 17 Central Methodist L 87-91 Nov. 21 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 99-68 Nov. 24 at Freed-Hardeman L 57-64 Nov. 25 vs Lyon College L 65-71 Nov. 27 WILLIAMS BAPTIST W 81-79 Nov. 30 at John Brown W 90-79 Dec. 1 Mid America Nazarene L 72-79 Dec. 2 at College of the Ozarks L 55-70 Dec. 4 Northeastern State W 89-78 Jan. 6 at Hendrix College L 85-89 Jan. 8 at Arkansas Baptist L 75-78 Jan. 10 JOHN BROWN W 70-53 Jan. 11 at UA-Pine Bluff L 66-72 Jan. 15 at Northeastern State W 76-73 Jan. 19 UA-Pine Bluff W 95-74 Jan. 25 at Lyon College L 61-69 Jan. 27 HARDING L 57-87 Jan. 29 OUACHITA BAPTIST L 67-83 Feb. 1 at Harding University L 60-96 Feb. 5 at Williams Baptist W 82-78 Feb. 12 LYON COLLEGE W 93-83 Feb. 15 at Ouachita Baptist W 72-68 Feb. 21 #PERU STATE W 88-86 Feb. 24 #at Briar Cliff College L 71-72 # NAIA Midwest Regional Tournament

1996-1997 Overall: 19-4; ASC: 9-3 (T-1st) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 23 vs Westminster W 107-49 Nov. 24 at Hendrix College W 80-75 Nov. 26 at Arkansas Baptist W 75-74 Dec. 5 HENDRIX COLLEGE W 72-69 Dec. 9 RHODES COLLEGE W 94-74 Dec. 11 Central Missouri W 75-54 Jan. 6 at Rhodes College W 88-75 Jan. 9 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 66-53 Jan. 11 at Philander Smith W 95-64 Jan. 16 *AUSTIN COLLEGE W 80-63 Jan. 18 *UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS W 63-45 Jan. 23 *at Sul Ross State L 84-86 Jan. 25 *at Howard Payne W 94-78 Jan. 30 *MCMURRY W 71-65 Feb. 1 *HARDIN-SIMMONS W 77-53 Feb. 8 PHILANDER SMITH W 98-71 Feb. 13 *at Austin College L 57-70 Feb. 15 *at University of Dallas L 63-65 Feb. 20 *SUL ROSS STATE W 94-39 Feb. 22 *HOWARD PAYNE W 100-78 Feb. 27 *at McMurry W 71-65 Mar. 1 *at Hardin-Simmon W 86-70 Mar. 4 vs Austin College 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 Dec. 1 HENDRIX COLLEGE Dec. 4 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR Dec. 6 *UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS

W 97-43 W 76-65 W 76-73 W 73-70 L 51-84 W 72-59


+ Year-By-Year Results Dec. 9 Jan. 3 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 13 Jan. 17 Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 28

at Arkansas Baptist L 68-79 2OT *AUSTIN COLLEGE L 63-73 *at Hardin-Simmons L 78-98 *at McMurry L 65-76 at Rhodes College W 80-72 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 60-66 *at Sul Ross State L 66-75 *at Howard Payne L 72-74 at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 74-81 *at University of Dallas W 60-59 CENTRAL BAPTIST W 80-41 *at Austin College L 55-97 *HARDIN-SIMMONS L 76-82 *MCMURRY W 77-52 RHODES COLLEGE W 77-53 at Central Baptist W 78-51 *at Mississippi College L 57-77 *SUL ROSS STATE L 68-70 *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 W 64-42 Nov. 21 vs Westminster College W 74-54 Nov. 23 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 79-55 Nov. 30 at Hendrix College L 49-72 Dec. 3 MCMURRY UNIVERSITY L 60-73 Dec. 5 HARDIN-SIMMONS L 39-75 Dec. 8 at Arkansas Baptist L 57-62 Dec. 31 at Arkansas Tech L 49-89 Jan. 2 at Howard Payne L 79-80 OT Jan. 4 at Sul Ross State W 69-65 Jan. 7 SCHREINER W 79-73 Jan. 9 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR L 63-78 Jan. 11 *at Austin College L 39-70

Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20

*UT-DALLAS *UNIV. OF DALLAS *at LeTourneau *at Mississippi College at East Texas Baptist *LETOURNEAU *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE EAST TEXAS BAPTIST *AUSTIN COLLEGE *at UT-Dallas *University of Dallas

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 W 81-63 Nov. 20 at Hendrix College L 56-81 Nov. 22 at Rhema Bible College W 76-68 Dec. 2 at McMurry L 60-89 Dec. 4 at Hardin-Simmons L 42-90 Dec. 9 ARKANSAS BAPTIST W 99-66 Dec. 11 at Rust College L 64-67 Jan. 4 RHEMA BIBLE COLL. W 75-73 2OT Jan. 6 HOWARD PAYNE L 60-68 Jan. 8 SUL ROSS STATE W 76-74 OT Jan. 13 *UT-DALLAS W 73-58 Jan. 15 *UNIV. OF DALLAS W 104-76 Jan. 17 RUST COLLEGE W 73-54 Jan. 20 *at East Texas Baptist L 55-66 Jan. 22 *at Mississippi College L 56-72 Jan. 25 *at Austin College L 50-58 Jan. 29 *LETOURNEAU L 62-69 Feb. 1 *AUSTIN COLLEGE L 50-51 Feb. 3 *at University of Dallas L 79-81 OT Feb. 10 *at UT-Dallas W 72-67 Feb. 12 *at LeTourneau W 72-71

Feb. 17 Feb. 19

*MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST

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 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

L 58-62 L 63-84

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

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Nov. 19 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE W 83-55 Nov. 26 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLL. 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 COLL. OF THE OZARKS W 92-86 Nov. 23 vs Rhodes College L 49-58 Nov. 25 at Central Baptist Coll. 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


Year-By-Year Results + Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 6 Feb. 18 Feb. 22

at John Brown University L 69-77 HOWARD PAYNE W 65-53 SUL ROSS STATE W 61-55 at Schreiner University W 59-40 at Texas Lutheran Univ. L 51-73 *at East Texas Baptist W 79-73 *at LeTourneau University L 71-73 *at Austin College L 66-68 *UT-DALLAS W 90-78 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE W 78-70 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 63-77 *at Mississippi College L 65-78 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST W 80-63 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. L 64-73 OT *at Louisiana College L 64-82 *AUSTIN COLLEGE W 57-39 *at UT-Dallas W 95-83

2003-2004 Overall: 10-15; ASC: 6-8 (T-4th) Head Coach: Jack Jones Nov. 24 CENTRAL BAPTIST W 72-59 Nov. 29 at Hardin-Simmons L 64-94 Dec. 1 at McMurry W 72-67 Dec. 4 MARY-HARDIN BAYLOR L 60-72 Dec. 6 CONCORDIA-AUSTIN W 63-56 Dec. 29 at Hendrix College L 64-69 Jan. 3 at Sul Ross State L 65-73 Jan. 5 at Howard Payne Univ. L 46-63 Jan. 8 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY W 75-71 Jan. 10 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. L 51-58 Jan. 13 *AUSTIN COLLEGE L 42-55 Jan. 15 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST W 57-53 Jan. 17 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. W 86-78 Jan. 22 *at UT-Tyler L 67-81 Jan. 24 *at UT-Dallas W 65-63

Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 21

at College of the Ozarks *at Louisiana College *at Mississippi College *LOUISIANA COLLEGE *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE *at East Texas Baptist *at LeTourneau University *at Austin College *UT-TYLER *UT-DALLAS

L 33-96 L 53-62 L 52-68 L 54-62 L 45-62 L 59-62 OT W 84-71 L 40-72 W 83-73 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

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Feb. 12 Feb. 17 Feb. 19

*at UT-Tyler *LETOURNEAU UNIV. *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST

L 65-100 W 68-47 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 UNIV. 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 COLEGE 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 Univ. L 92-93 OT Feb. 24 at Howard Payne L 58-77

2006-2007 Overall: 9-17; ASC: 7-13 (5th) 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


+ Year-By-Year Results Dec. 1 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 17 Dec. 31 Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 23

*at Howard Payne L 24-88 at Henderson State L 60-81 at Hendrix College L 67-84 *SCHREINER UNIVERSITY L 70-86 *TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. W 75-66 HENDRIX COLLEGE L 53-76 *at Hardin-Simmons L 53-91 *at McMurry University L 65-84 *CONCORDIA UNIV TEXAS L 68-90 *MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR L 66-82 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. L 70-73 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 71-75 *at Mississippi College L 56-87 *at Louisiana College L 72-83 *at UT-Tyler L 72-100 *at UT-Dallas L 55-73 *UT-TYLER L 80-83 *UT-DALLAS L 60-82 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 73-89 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 60-81 *at LeTourneau L 65-77 *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 Nov. 21 at University of Dallas Nov. 22 vs Austin College Nov. 25 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE Nov. 29 *at Concordia Texas Dec. 1 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor Dec. 4 *HOWARD PAYNE UNIV. Dec. 6 *SUL ROSS STATE Dec. 13 at Hendrix College Jan. 3 *at Hardin-Simmons

L 48-89 W 62-50 L 33-63 W 70-63 L 72-73 L 59-72 L 49-67 W 66-51 L 75-84 L 66-83

Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 24 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 19 Feb. 21

Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20

*at McMurry University L 48-66 *SCHREINER UNIVERSITY W 58-53 *TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. W 83-75 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. L 55-60 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 59-70 *at UT-Dallas L 48-81 *at UT-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 *UT-DALLAS L 56-70 *UT-TYLER L 59-89 *at LeTourneau University L 60-70 *at East Texas Baptist L 59-73

2009-2010 Overall: 7-17; ASC: 5-14 (6th) Head Coach: Carl Ramsey Nov. 20 at Ecclesia College W 78-56 Nov. 21 vs College of the Ozarks L 41-64 Nov. 24 HENDRIX COLLEGE L 73-75 Nov. 28 *CONCORDIA UNIV TX L 71-84 Nov. 30 *MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR L 68-79 Dec. 3 *at Howard Payne Univ. L 49-51 Dec. 5 *at Sul Ross State L 63-68 Dec. 12 *HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIV. L 59-79 Dec. 18 *MCMURRY UNIVERSITY W 77-73 OT Jan. 2 UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS W 63-57 Jan. 7 *at Schriener University W 58-46 Jan. 9 *at Texas Lutheran Univ. L 86-89 OT Jan. 14 *at LeTourneau University L 56-67 Jan. 16 *at East Texas Baptist Univ. L 51-67 Jan. 18 *TEXAS-DALLAS L 62-74 Jan. 21 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLL. L 63-69 Jan. 22 *TEXAS-TYLER W 77-65

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*MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE L 56-80 *at Mississippi College L 60-68 *at Louisiana College L 62-78 *at Texas-Dallas L 41-63 *at Texas-Tyler W 79-67 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. W 74-50 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 59-82

2010-2011 Overall: 14-12; ASC: 10-10 (4th) Head Coach: Carl Ramsey Nov. 16 ECCLESIA COLLEGE W 79-51 Nov. 20 at Central Baptist College W 59-56 Nov. 22 at Hendrix College W 78-65 Nov. 23 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE W 78-51 Nov. 27 *SUL ROSS STATE UNIV. W 93-49 Nov. 29 *HOWARD PAYNE UNIV. W 65-63 Dec. 2 *at McMurry University L 58-69 Dec. 4 *at Hardin-Simmons L 65-83 Dec. 7 *SCHREINER UNIVERSITY L 49-51 Dec. 10 *TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIV. L 54-69 Dec. 18 *TEXAS-DALLAS W 69-60 Jan. 3 at Ecclesia College L 50-52 Jan. 6 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 66-73 Jan. 8 *at Concordia Texas L 65-84 Jan. 13 *at LeTourneau W 66-48 Jan. 15 *at Texas-Tyler W 85-73 Jan. 20 *at Louisiana College L 57-69 Jan. 22 *at Mississippi College W 67-62 Jan. 27 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST L 60-62 Jan. 31 *at Texas Dallas L 49-71 Feb. 3 *at East Texas Baptist W 71-59 Feb. 12 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 77-72 Feb. 14 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 56-81 Feb. 17 *LETOURNEAU UNIV. W 80-55 Feb. 19 *TEXAS-TYLER W 75-61

Feb. 25 at Howard Payne

L 42-59

2011-2012 Overall: 13-13; ASC: 9-11 (T-4th) Head Coach: Carl Ramsey Nov. 15 HENDRIX COLLEGE W 71-70 OT Nov. 16 at Bacone College L 60-65 Nov. 22 CENTRAL BAPTIST COLL W 64-61 Nov. 26 *at Sul Ross State W 66-42 Nov. 28 *at Howard Payne Univ. L 50-78 Dec. 1 *MCMURRY UNIVERSITY L 46-61 Dec. 2 *HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIV. W 82-79 Dec. 9 *at Texas Lutheran W 73-59 Dec. 10 *at Schreiner University L 49-56 Dec. 16 *TEXAS-DALLAS L 60-69 Jan. 5 *MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR W 73-63 Jan. 7 *CONCORDIA UNIV TX L 59-74 Jan. 9 *at Texas Dallas L 49-62 Jan. 12 *LETOURNEAU UNIV W 72-59 Jan. 14 *TEXAS-TYLER W 62-57 Jan. 19 *at Louisiana College L 62-102 Jan. 21 *at Mississippi College L 50-59 Jan. 26 *at East Texas Baptist L 54-55 Jan. 28 at Centenary W 69-58 Feb. 2 *EAST TEXAS BAPTIST W 75-61 Feb. 4 CENTENARY W 79-66 Feb. 9 *LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 66-86 Feb. 11 *MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 65-49 Feb. 16 *at LeTourneau L 63-71 Feb. 18 *at Texas-Tyler W 65-64 Feb. 24 vs Concordia L 46-65


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) Jordana Andrews (11-12) Diana Ashalintubbi (87-88, 88-89) Carrie Austin (86-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90) -BAshley Barry (10-11, 11-12) Kara 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, 89-90, Bauer 90-91) Stacy Beck (05-06) Sharon Bedsole (81-82) Lauren Benton (10-11) Alexa Booth (09-10) 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)

Jennifer Ewing (96-97, 97-98)

-CPatricia Caldwell (89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93) Emma Cantele (06-07, 07-08, 08-09) Mandi Carter (02-03, 03-04, 0506, 06-07) M. Carter Savannah Carter (05-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10) 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) Serena Clokey (10-11) Charlotte Cook (83-84) Jenna Corbell (00-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04) Rosie Crooks (78-79)

-FAndrea Fancher (03-04) Taylor Farmer (11-12) Jordyn Ferrell (11-12) Olivia Fisher (04-05, 05-06, 0708, 08-09) Gaby Flores (03-04) Fisher 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) Michelle Glass (93-94) Chelsea Glasscock (09-10, 10-11, 11-12) Ally Goddard (07-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11) Sabrina Goddard (08-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12) Jennifer Goodwin (00-01, 01-02, 02-03)

-DKindra Davis (11-12) Amanda 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) -ECarol Ealy (83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87) Laura Ealy (81-82, 82-83) Whitney Eastman (05-06) Bobbi Joe Edwards (91-92, 9293, 93-94, 94-95) Eneks Sandy Edwards (76-77) Brenda Efurd (87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91) Erica Eneks (04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08)

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-HShameka Hadley (05-06) Tammy Ham (87-88, 88-89, 8990, 90-91) Alicia Haney (91-92, 92-93, 9394, 94-95) Sharon Hammer (81-82, 82-83) Jane Harkreader (79-80)

Callie Harmon (85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89) Becky Hatcher (85-86) Ariel Henderson (09-10) 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 (01-02) Monica Hutchinson (87-88) -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, 94-95) -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) Lindsey Louks (09-10)


+ All-Time Letterwinners -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) Haley Meeks (10-11) McCalister Kimberly Metcalf (87-88) DeAnna Miller (01-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05) Jessica Milloway (11-12) 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) Jessica Murch (11-12) Lori Myers (93-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97) Tonya Myers (87-88) -NChris Neal (85-86, 86-87, 87-88) Maliesa Nelson (98-99) Rachel Netherton (10-11) 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)

-PJordan Patton (09-10) Penni Peppas (90-91, 91-92, 9293, 93-94) Peggy Perry (82-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86) Lacey Phillips (08-09, 09-10, 10Phillips 11, 11-12) 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, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07) Randall Alicia Reynolds (97-98) 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, 83-84) Holly Shepherd (97-98) Kristyn Shinn (06-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10) 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) Shawnee Sorensen (11-12) 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) Sydney Sutterfield (11-12) -TJaqueline Taylor (01-02) Ashley Teague (08-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12) Margie Terry (87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91) Mandy Thomas (99-00, 00-01, 01-02) Tammy Tigue (93-94) Annette Timmerman (81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85) Karlye Tolley (11-12) Jana Treat (86-87, 87-88) Susan Turney (89-90)

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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, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12) Tiffany Villines (02-03, 03-04) -WMichelle Wadley (77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81) Angela Ward (86-87) Kristy Watts (99-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03) Moleta Watson (89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93) Cheryl Weathers (82-83, 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) Tamara Wilkett (10-11, 11-12) 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, 94-95) Angela Wilson (93-94) -YKaren Yates (77-78) April Young (08-09, 09-10, 1011, 11-12)

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American Southwest Conference + The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, will celebrate its 17th championship season of competition with the 2012-2013 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 14 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. 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.

Greg Weghorst Media Relations Director Assistant Commissioner

ASC Timeline 1996 Founding Members: Austin College, University of Dallas, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, McMurry University, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Sul Ross State 1997 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 1998 East Texas Baptist University, LeTourn- eau University, Schreiner College, University of Texas at Dallas 1999 Concordia University at Austin 2000 Louisiana College, Texas Lutheran 2001 University of Dallas withdraws membership 2002 University of Texas at Tyler 2006 Austin College withdraws membership 2011 Centenary College joins ASC 2012 McMurry, Centenary withdraw membership 2012 Schreiner, Texas Lutheran, Mississippi College announce withdraw

Greg Weghorst is the Director of Media Relations of the American Southwest Conference. Weghorst was named the Director in February 2007 after serving in an interim role since August 2006. He was also promoted to the Assistant Commissioner position in 2010. Weghorst provides an oversight of the conference’s media relations operation, including compilation of league statistics and standings and NCAA 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 Temple-area high schools. He was part of the coverage team for the 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl and the 2004 Major League Baseball AllStar Game. A native of Waco, Texas, he is a graduate of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications/ journalism.

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Amy Carlton ASC Commissioner Amy Carlton is the Commissioner of the American Southwest Conference with oversight of the league’s long-term 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 (19902000). 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 (198889). Carlton began her career at Division III institutions as an assistant in the news bureau at Franklin College (1981-82) and Director of News and Sports Information at Manchester College (1982-87). A native of Greencastle, Ind., Carlton is a 1981 graduate of Franklin College (Ind.), where she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism.


• First co-educational college west of the Mississippi • First Arkansas woman to receive a college degree • First historically white college in Arkansas to admit African- Americans • 600 students from 22 states and 20 countries. • 80 percent of faculty hold the highest degrees in their fields • Average class size is 14 and the student/faculty ratio is 13:1 • 60 majors, minors, and pre- professional degrees • 75 percent of students live on campus • 95 percent of students receive some type of finan- cial aid • Consistently ranked as one of the Best Values in the South by US News • Voted one of the best places to work by The Chronicle of Higher Education


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Senior Class

#12 Chelsea Glasscock

#22 Jordyn Ferrell


University of the Ozarks

2012-2013 Basketball 2012-2013 Schedule

#10 Taylor Farmer

#32 Kindra Davis

Nov. 15 Rust College Holly Springs, MS 7:30 Nov. 17 Central Baptist College Conway, AR 1:00 Nov. 20 Hendrix College Conway, AR 5:30 Nov. 24 *University of Texas-Dallas Home 1:00 Nov. 27 Bacone College Home 6:30 Nov. 29 *Hardin-Simmons University Abilene, TX 5:30 Dec. 1 *Concordia University Texas Austin, TX 1:00 Dec. 5 *Texas Lutheran University Home 5:30 Dec. 7 *Schreiner University Home 3:00 Dec. 15 *University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton, TX 1:00 Dec. 18 Rhema College Home 3:00 Jan. 3 *Howard Payne University Home 5:30 Jan. 5 *Sul Ross State University Home 1:00 Jan. 10 *University of Texas-Tyler Home 5:30 Jan. 12 *East Texas Baptist University (Hall of Fame) Home 1:00 Jan. 17 *Mississippi College Clinton, MS 5:30 Jan. 19 *Louisiana College Pineville, LA 1:00 Jan. 23 Rust College Home 5:30 Jan. 26 *LeTourneau University Longview, TX 1:00 Jan. 31 *East Texas Baptist University Marshall, TX 5:30 Feb. 2 *University of Texas-Tyler Tyler, TX 1:00 Feb. 7 *Louisiana College Home 5:30 Feb. 9 *Mississippi College (Homecoming/Sr. Day) Home 1:00 Feb. 11 *University of Texas-Dallas Richardson, TX 5:30 Feb. 14 *LeTourneau University Home 5:30 Feb. 22-24 American Southwest Conference Tournament *Denotes American Southwest Conference Game

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2012-2013 University of the Ozarks Women's Basketball Media Guide  
2012-2013 University of the Ozarks Women's Basketball Media Guide  

2012-2013 University of the Ozarks Women's Basketball Media Guide

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