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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE QUICK FACTS GENERAL

Location: Jacksonville, FL 32211 Founded: 1934 Enrollment: 3,936 Nickname: Dolphins School Colors: Green & Gold Facility (Capacity): Veterans Memorial Arena (5,191) Swisher Gymnasium (1,500) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic Sun President: Tim Cost Alma Mater: Jacksonville '81 Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Kim Capriotti Director of Athletics: Brad Edwards Alma Mater: South Carolina '87 Senior Women’s Admin. Marsha Haskew Athletics Department Phone: (904) 256-7400

HISTORY

First season of competition: 1999-00 All-time Record: 154-232 (.399)

TEAM INFORMATION

2012-13 Record: 11-19 (Home: 9-6, Away: 2-13) A-Sun Record (Finish): 7-11 (7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Newcomers: 4

MEDIA RELATIONS WBB Contact:

Monyae Williamson E-mail: mwillia60@ju.edu Office Phone: 904-256-7918 Cell Phone: 904-383-6801 Director of Media Relations: Todd Vatter Associate Director of MR: Alex Keil Media Relations Assistant: Stacey Kilpatrick Press Row Phone: 904-854-6653 (Arena) 904-256-7488 (Swisher) Media Relations Fax: 904-256-7424 Twitter: @JUDolphins, @JU_WBB

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Yolett McPhee-McCuin Record at JU: First Season Career Record: same Assistant Coaches: Camille Collier Darnell Haney Brandon Rohr Graduate Assistant: Taneskei Richardson Athletic Trainer: Carlos Arce

2013-14 SCHEDULE

Table of Contents General Information

NOVEMBER 8 13 20 24 30

at Florida A&M 11:30 a.m. at USF 7 p.m. EDWARD WATERS (Exh) 7 p.m. GEORGIA SOUTHERN 1 p.m. at Troy 7 p.m.

DECEMBER

4 8 15 17 20 21 22

TENNESSEE STATE at Florida State at Bethune-Cookman at Alabama at Texas Tech vs. Abilene Christian vs. Florida Atlantic

7 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. Noon 1 p.m.

JANUARY 2 4 11 16 18 23 25 30

at Kennesaw State* 7 p.m. at Mercer* 2 p.m. NORTH FLORIDA*^ 1 p.m. LIPSCOMB* 7 p.m. NORTHERN KENTUCKY* 1 p.m. at Florida Gulf Coast* 7:05 p.m. at Stetson* 1 p.m. EAST TENNESSEE STATE*^ 5 p.m.

FEBRUARY 1 8 13 15 20 22 27

USC UPSTATE*^ 1 p.m. at North Florida* 4:30 p.m. at Lipscomb* 6 p.m. at Northern Kentucky* 7 p.m. FLORIDA GULF COAST*^ 5 p.m. STETSON*^ 1 p.m. at East Tennessee State* 7 p.m.

MARCH

1 6 8

at USC Upstate* KENNESAW STATE* MERCER*

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

*Atlantic Sun Conference Game Home games in BOLD CAPS ^DH with the JU men atJVM All other home games played on campus

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Quick Facts...........................................................................1 Team Roster........................................................................2

Coaching Staff

Yolett McPhee- McCuin..................................................3 Assistant Coaches............................................................4

The 2013-14 Dolphins

Seniors .................................................................................6 Jade Cargill..........................................................................7 Ronisha Mitchell.................................................................8 Stephanie Edwards...........................................................9 Ciara McLee.....................................................................10 Madison Scott................................................................. 11 April Carson...................................................................... 12 Queen Alford.................................................................... 13 Briona Brown...................................................................14 La’Deyah Forte’............................................................... 15 Newcomers......................................................................16

2012-13 In Review

Atlantic Sun Statistics/ Recap................................18 Season Superlatives...................................................... 19 History Individual Honors............................................................21 Dolphin Individual Records..........................................22 Year-By-Year Statistics.................................................24 Dolphin All-Time Roster................................................25 Year-By-Year Results.....................................................26 Miscellaneous Records...............................................29 All-Time Series Records...............................................30


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE No. 1 3 5 10 11 2 15 20 21 22 24 32 42

Name Kimberly Dawkins Deja McPhee Jade Cargill Queen Alford Ronisha Mitchell LaDeyah Forte’ April Carson Ciara McLee Stephanie Edwards Sherranda Reddick Briona Brown Madison Scott Jenny Vernet

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

NUMERICAL ROSTER CL. Ht. Fr. 6-0 Fr. 5-8 Sr. 5-10 So. 5-10 Sr. 5-5 R- So. 5-4 Jr. 5-8 Sr. 5-9 Sr. 5-8 Fr. 5-8 So. 5-11 Sr. 6-3 Fr. 6-2

Hometown / Last School Atlanta, Ga. (Jonesboro) Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) Vero Beach, Fla. (Vero Beach) Decatur, Ga. (Decatur) Wildwood, Fla. (Wildwood) Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola) Weston, Fla. (UNC Greensboro) San Antonio, Texas (Judson) Miami. Fla. (Santa Fe) Jacksonville, Fla. (Ribault) Haines City, Fla. (Haines City) Atlanta, Ga. (Atlanta International) Port Au Prince, Haiti (Paulding County)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 10 24 5 15 1 21 12 20 3 11 22 32 42

Name Queen Alford Briona Brown Jade Cargill April Carson Kimberly Dawkins Stephanie Edwards LaDeyah Forte’ Ciara McLee Deja McPhee Ronisha Mitchell Sherranda Reddick Madison Scott Jenny Vernet

HEAD COACH: ASSISTANT COACH:

BY CLASS:

Seniors (5) - Jade Cargill, Stephanie Edwards, Ronisha Mitchell, Ciara McLee, Madison Scott Juniors (1) - April Carson Sophomores (3) - Queen Alford, Briona Brown, LaDeyah Forte Freshman (4) Kimberly Dawkins, Deja McPhee, Sherranda Reddick, Jenny Vernet

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

CL. So. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. R- So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-8 6-0 5-8 5-4 5-9 5-8 5-5 5-8 6-3 6-2

Hometown / Last School Decatur, Ga. (Decatur) Haines City, Fla. (Haines City) Vero Beach, Fla. (Vero Beach) Weston, Fla. (UNC Greensboro) Atlanta, Ga. (Jonesboro) Miami. Fla. (Santa Fe) Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola) San Antonio, Texas (Judson) Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) Wildwood, Fla. (Wildwood) Jacksonville, Fla. (Ribault) Atlanta, Ga. (Atlanta International) Port Au Prince, Haiti (Paulding County)

Yolett McPhee-McCuin (University of Rhode Island, 2004 ) 1 , st Season Camille Collier (Wake Forest, 2012), 1st Season Darnell Haney ( Florida A&M, 2004), 1st Season Brandon Rohr (Nebraska Wesleyan, 2008), 1st Season

BY HEIGHT:

6-3 (1) - Madison Scott 6-2 (1) - Jenny Vernet 6-0 (1) - Kimberly Dawkins 5-11 (1) - Briona Brown 5-10 (2) - Queen Alford, Jade Cargill 5-9 (1) - Ciara McLee 5-8 (4) - April Carson, Stephanie Edwards, Deja McPhee, Sherranda Reddick 5-5 (1) - Ronisha Mitchell 5-4 (1) - LeDeyah Forte’

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PRONUNCIATIONS:


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE HEAD COACH YOLETT MCPHEE-MCCUIN Jacksonville University Director of Athletics Brad Edwards announced the hiring of Yolett McPhee-McCuin as women’s basketball head coach on April 12, 2013. McPhee-McCuin, who also serves as the Head Coach of the Bahamian women’s national team, takes over immediately as the third head coach in the 14-year history of Jacksonville women’s basketball after spending the last three seasons on staff at Clemson. “Yolett will be a great addition to our athletics department, and to the University as a whole,” said Edwards. “She’s a proven top-notch recruiter whose results-driven vision is certain to bring success to our women’s basketball program.”

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND, 04 FIRST SEASON

A nine-year coaching veteran, McPhee-McCuin comes to JU following a three-year stint at Clemson where she was tagged as one of the top assistants in the nation by the National Women’s Basketball Insider. During her time in South Carolina she solidified her reputation as one of the most knowledgeable recruiters in the game today. This past season alone McPhee-McCuin spearheaded the No. 16 ranked recruiting class in the country, landing five McDonalds All-American nominees for the Tigers. As the first Bahamian female to sign a Letter of Intent to a Division I school, McPhee-McCuin has become a trailblazer for aspiring females from her home country of the Bahamas. She is also the first female from her country to coach at a Division I program. Named the Bahamian women’s national team coach in March, McPhee-McCuin will bring a wealth of international experience to the First Coast. Throughout her nine-year coaching career, McPhee-McCuin has made a large impact in each of the communities that she has come across. She developed a foundation in the Bahamas called Back2Basics, which helps the development of children through education and athletics. Additionally, she was involved in numerous community service projects at her other coaching stops. Prior to her time at Clemson, she was on staff at Pitt for two years. With the Panthers, McPhee-McCuin helped guide the program to a pair of post season appearances highlighted by a No. 14 national ranking and a Sweet 16 appearance in 2009. McPhee-McCuin spent the 2007-08 season at Portland, where she acted as recruiting coordinator and also helped run the team’s marketing efforts. With her guidance, the team posted their best record in 10 years, and developed guard Katie Burris to all-conference honors after averaging less than one point per game the previous season. After starting her coaching career as the first ever assistant coach for Frank Phillips College [Texas], she went to work at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. Here, she earned her Master’s in physical education, recording a 4.0 GPA. McPhee-McCuin received a bachelor’s degree in business management and administration from the University of Rhode Island in 2004. She played two seasons at Miami-Dade Community College, before playing two seasons with the Rams. She appeared in 56 games for URI, and helped lead the Rams to the 2003 A-10 Championship game. An active member of the coaching community, McPhee-McCuin is a member of the “So You Want to be a Coach “ program through the WBCA, and she holds membership in the Black Coaches and Administrators Association. The former Yolett McPhee is married to Kelly McCuin, and the couple just welcomed their first child, Yasmine Lee, to their family in September.

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE ASSISTANT COACH

CAMILLE COLLIER WAKE FOREST, ‘12//FIRST SEASON Camille Collier took over as an assistant coach on the Dolphins staff in May of 2013 after working the past season as a graduate assistant coach at Georgia State. A former standout at Wake Forest, the Washington, D.C. native wrapped up her career as a student-athlete in 2012 by helping the Demon Deacons to a 20-win season and the second round of the WNIT. “Camille embodies the necessary tools starting in this profession with her incredible work ethic and zeal,” said McCuin. “Without a doubt her energy, along with attention to detail will impact this program instantaneously.” Collier was named to the ACC All-Academic team as freshman when she led ACC rookies with her 8.2 scoring average and also earned a place on the ACC Honor Roll two other times. She earned her degree in sociology. “I am elated and honored to join Coach McCuin’s staff,” added Collier. “I am excited about her vision for the program and the opportunity to elevate Jacksonville women’s basketball to new heights.”

ASSISTANT COACH

DARNELL HANEY FLORIDA A&M, ‘04//FIRST SEASON

Darnell Haney joined the Jacksonville University staff as an assistant coach in June of 2013.

Haney comes to JU after having been the Jones High School (Orlando, Fla.) women’s basketball head coach since 2010.

“Darnell is a man that displays class, great work ethic, and energy,” said JU women’s basketball head coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin. “I know the university, team, and community will appreciate his presence immediately. I look forward to watching him excel here at JU on and off the floor.” While at Jones High School, Haney helped turn around a program that had won just six games prior to him arriving to compiling 60 wins during a 3 year tenure. He guided the Lady Tigers to District and Regional titles as well as a State Final Four appearance in 2012. For his efforts, Haney was named three-time FACA Coach of the Year. “I am extremely honored and excited about joining Coach McCuin’s staff here at JU,” said Haney. “Her vision and her approach to developing an elite program is one that I am proud to be a part of. As a coach you are blessed with a handful of truly special situations. This program and this situation are special and I am ready to help JU Women’s Basketball show how special we really are.” Haney is a graduate Florida A&M University received his Master’s Degree in Athletic Administration from Nova Southeastern University in 2009. He and his wife Aaliyah have two children, Imani 8 and Caleb 3.

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE ASSISTANT COACH

BRANDON ROHR NEBRASKA WESLEYAN, ‘08//FIRST SEASON

Brandon Rohr is the newest addition to the Jacksonville University women’s basketball coaching staff, entering his first season as an assistant coach in September of 2013. Rohr comes to JU after spending last season as an assistant coach with Southern Illinois University. “I am extremely excited about having Brandon on staff,” said McCuin. “He will work primarily with the post players and will be an asset to my staff and the JU Community.”

With five years of coaching experience under his belt, Rohr started his career as the assistant women’s basketball coach at his alma mater, Nebraska Wesleyan University, in 2008. While at Nebraska his main responsibilities included assisting with post player workouts and on-court instruction of defensive drills. Following a one-year stint in Nebraska, Rohr moved on to Concordia University Texas where he aided the team in posting a 37-15 overall record and a 33-11 American Southwest Conference record from 2010-2012. The Tornados were also ASC West Division Champions and ASC Tournament Champions and made a trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament in the 2011-12 season. In conjunction with his coaching responsibilities, Rohr also served as the recruiting coordinator, academic coordinator and took on administrative and fundraising duties. As the recruiting coordinator, many of his signees went on to earn ASC honors including Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year, Freshman of the Year and other All-Conference honors. Rohr landed at Southern Illinois University after serving Concordia University Texas from 2009-2012. He again served as the assistant women’s basketball coach and recruiting coordinator. With SIU, Coach Rohr’s on-court coaching mainly concerned the development of post players. His guiding of freshman Dyana Pierre assisted her in averaging 9.2 rebounds per game (1st in MVC) and recording eight double-doubles (5th in MVC).

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

TANESKEI RICHARDSON JACKSONVILLE, ‘11//SECOND SEASON

Taneskei Richardson is now in her second season as the graduate assistant manager on the Dolphins staff. In her current role, she provides assistance to the coaching staff during the week as well as oversee all aspects of the Dolphins travel.

Richardson played for the Dolphins from 2008-11 following a one-year stint at Santa Fe College. She finished her JU career ranked fifth all-time in field percentage (.445) and rebounds (572). In her final year, she passed Kat Sungy (283, 2001-02) for the most rebounds in a single-season with 315 and shattered the offensive record with 124 boards, while placing fifth in blocks. As a senior, the local native led the Dolphins in scoring (11.1), field goal percentage (.460), rebounds (9.8) and blocks (43). She was also second in steals (48) and ranked third in assists (42). Richardson tallied 14 double-doubles, including hitting the feat 10 times in the final 17 contests en route to A-Sun all-tournament honors. Nationally, she finished the year ranked 27th in double-doubles and 32nd in rebounds. After her strong senior season, she became the second player in school history to play professionally after signing a contract with HyPo Koris (Hyvinkaa Ponteva) in Finland.

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE SENIOR STATUS #21 Stephanie Edwards

#5 Jade Cargill

#11 Ronisha Mitchell

#20 Ciara McLee 7

#32 Madison Scott


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

JADE CARGILL Guard // Sr. //5-10// Vero Beach, Fla. //Vero Beach

2012-13: Named to Atlantic Sun Preseason Team ... Started in 26 of 28 games played … Led team in rebounds (227) and steals (48) ... Posted six double-doubles on the season … Recorded 25 points and 15 rebounds, 10 of them offensive, in overtime loss to Troy on Dec. 18 … Averaged 10.1 points and 8 boards per game. 2011-12: Appeared in all 31 games with 27 starts as a sophomore … led the team in field-goal percentage (.389) and rebounds (8.3), while ranking second in steals (57) and free-throws made (68) … her steal and total rebound (257) marks are the fifth highest in a JU single-season … finished third in scoring (9.8) … recorded eight doubledoubles … scored in double-digits on 13 occasions, including hitting the 20-point barrier three times … tallied a season-best 22 points to go along with 13 boards and five steals against Belmont (1/4) … scored 21 points against Jacksonville State (12/15) and Mercer (11/19) … hit 11-of-12 free throws at Mercer to break the 20-point barrier … recorded double-doubles at USC Upstate (19 points, 10 boards) and ETSU (17 points, 13 boards) to earn A-Sun Player of the Week honors … tallied seven or more rebounds in 23 games, including hitting double-digits 11 times … had 16 boards to go along with 11 points at the A-Sun Tournament vs. Belmont (3/1) … also had 15 boards against ESTU (1/14). 2010-11: Appeared in 27 games as a freshman ... scored a season-high nine points against Belmont (2/3) and USC Upstate (2/12) ... also posted eight points on 4-of-8 attempts against Lipscomb (2/5) ... recorded six rebounds against Stetson (12/2) and UCF (12/20) ... tallied two or more steals on eight occasions, including three at Belmont (1/10) ... also finished with five blocks. HIGH SCHOOL: Played her senior season at Vero Beach High School under Rashad Morgan ... helped the Indians to a district championship ... as a senior, she was named Team MVP, conference “Player of the Year” and second team all-state after averaging 21.2 points, 13.2 rebounds and 6.2 steals ... spent her first two seasons at Sebastian High School under Teri Amy…as a sophomore, she helped the squad to a district title with a 20-5 record ... averaged 18.6 points and 8.3 rebounds per game to earn Team MVP, first team all-conference and second team all-state accolades ... as a freshman, she averaged 16.3 points and 11.2 rebounds a contest en route to Team MVP and conference “Freshman of the Year” honors ... played AAU basketball for the Orlando Comets and recorded 17.3 points per game to help the team finish third nationally in 2009. PERSONAL: Born June 3, 1992, in Vero Beach, Fla ... daughter of Ricky Cargill and Debra Green ... has three sisters: Deandra, Dawn and April; and a brother, Shawn ... major is social science.

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS: 25, TROY -- 12/18/12 REBOUNDS: 16, at FAU -- 11/18/12 ; vs Belmont -- 3/1/12 ASSISTS: 6, TROY -- 12/18/12 STEALS: 5, Belmont -- 1/04/12 ; at North Florida -- 12/03/11 BLOCKS: 4, TROY -- 12/18/12 FG MADE: 10, Jacksonville State -- 12/15/11 FG ATTEMPTS: 21, Belmont -- 1/04/12 FT MADE: 11, at Mercer -- 1/19/12 FT ATTEMPTS: 12, at Mercer -- 1/19/12

Cargill’s Career Stats YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

GP-GS MIN AVG. 27-0 310 11.5 31-27 751 24.2 29-27 778 26.8 87-54 1839 21.1

FG FGA 34 94 118 303 115 302 267 699

PCT. .362 .389 .381 .382

3-FG 0 0 0 0

3FG-A 0 0 2 2

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 11 68 54 133

FTA PCT. 19 .579 94 .723 75 .720 188 .707

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OFF DEF TOT. 29 44 73 106 151 257 97 130 227 232 325 557

AVG. PF FO 2.7 43 0 8.3 101 7 7.8 79 2 6.4 223 9

AST 4 17 42 63

T/O BLK STL PTS. AVG. 15 5 21 79 2.9 45 6 57 304 9.8 57 20 48 284 9.8 117 31 126 667 7.7


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RONISHA MITCHELL Guard // Sr. //5-5// Wildwood, Fla. //Wildwood

2012-13: Saw action in 26 of 30 games … Made her first start against Jacksonville State on Nov. 25 … Posted season-high 10 points vs. Vermont on Nov. 21 … Averaged 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds over the season. 2011-12: Saw action in 28 games as a sophomore … made the start against ETSU (1/14) … finished fifth on the team in steals (23) … scored 12 points (4-4 FT, 2-3 3PT FG) off the bench at ETSU (2/9) … had five assists vs. USC Upstate (1/12) … tallied four points in eight minutes at FGCU (1/9) … Career-best five assists at Bowling Green State (12/11) … career-best three steals against FIU (11/11) and Florida A&M (11/14). 2010-11: Appeared in all 32 games, including eight starts as a freshman ... scored a season-high 10 points against Kennesaw State (1/22) on 4 of 6 attempts from the floor and two three-pointers ... recorded three or more assists on six occasions to finished fourth on the squad with 41 ... season-high five assists in the home finale vs. Mercer (2/20) ... tallied five rebounds in consecutive games against FIU (12/13) and Wake Forest (12/17). HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Wildwood High School under Paula Lindsey ... helped the Wildcats to three straight district titles, including a 23-4 record in her final year ... as a senior, she averaged 20 points and five assists per contest en route to Team MVP accolades ... as a junior, she recorded 15 points and four assists a game ... also played all four years on the Wildcats softball team and two years on the golf team ... named Miss Offense in her senior season and Miss Defense in her junior season. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 25, 1991, in Leesburg, Fla ... daughter of Ronnel Mitchell and Patricia Harrison ... has a sister, Patricia ... major is sociology.

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS: 12, at ETSU -- 2/9/12 REBOUNDS: 5, FIU -- 12/13/10 ; Wake Forest -- 12/17/10 ASSISTS: 5, 4 times STEALS: 3, 4 times BLOCKS: 2, at ETSU -- 01/28/13 FG MADE: 4, at Kennesaw State -- 1/22/11 FG ATTEMPTS: 11, at ETSU -- 01/28/13 3FG MADE: 2, 2 times FT MADE: 6, VERMONT -- 11/21/12 FT ATTEMPTS: 8, VERMONT -- 11/21/12

Mitchell’s Career Stats YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

GP-GS MIN AVG. 32-8 428 13.4 28-1 357 12.8 27-3 420 15.6 87-12 1205 13.9

FG 22 22 26 70

FGA PCT. 88 .250 85 .259 102 .255 275 .255

3-FG 7 4 11 22

3FG-A 22 29 37 88

PCT. .318 .138 .297 .250

FT 9 11 14 34

FTA PCT. 15 .600 15 .733 20 .700 50 .680

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OFF 8 6 3 17

DEF TOT. AVG. PF 28 36 1.1 64 17 23 0.8 46 24 27 1.0 54 69 86 1.0 164

FO 2 1 1 4

AST 41 37 36 114

T/O BLK 51 2 44 0 54 5 149 7

STL PTS. 16 60 23 59 19 77 58 196

AVG. 1.9 2.1 2.9 2.3


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE STEPHANIE EDWARDS Guard // Sr. //5-8// Miami, Fla. //Sante Fe

2012-13: Started in 19 games in 29 appearances … Averaged 6.9 points, 3.3.rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.0 block per game … Led the team in assists with 63 on the season … Scored double-digits figures in nine games. PRIOR TO JU: Spent the last two seasons at Santa Fe College under Chanda Stebbins … averaged nine points, five rebounds and two steals a game en route to earn Mid-Florida all-conference honors … as a freshman, she was named freshman of the year by helping Santa Fe snag the conference title and earn a trip to the national tournament. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Miami Norland High School under Carla Harris-Curry … helped the Vikings win the state and district championships in her final two years … as a senior, she tallied 11 points and five rebounds a game as the team posted a 28-2 mark … as a junior, the Vikings were 32-0 as she recorded seven points a contest … on the AAU level, she played for Team Miami. PERSONAL: Born Aug. 20, 1992, in Miami, Fla. … daughter of Steven Edwards and Rochelle King … has a brother, Tavaris; and two sisters: Ashley and Jasmine … her uncle, Douglas, played basketball at Florida State from 1989-1993 … her uncle, Allen, played basketball at the University of Kentucky … major is sociology.

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS: 17, FAMUW -- 11/9/12 REBOUNDS: 8, Savannah State -- 12/16/12 ; at Mercer -- 2/11/13 ASSISTS: 6, Savannah State -- 12/16/12 STEALS: 3, Kennesaw State -- 1/14/13 ; at USC Upstate -- 1/26/13 BLOCKS: 1, 7 times FG MADE: 6, 4 times FG ATTEMPTS: 14, FAMUW -- 11/9/12 3FG MADE: 2, FAMUW -- 11/9/12

3FG ATTEMPTS: 4, at Auburn -- 12/22/12 FT MADE: 6, at USC Upstate -- 1/26/13 FT ATTEMPTS: 9, at USC Upstate -- 1/26/13

Edwards’ Career Stats YEAR GP-GS MIN AVG. FG FGA PCT. 2012-13 30-19 631 21.0 77 219 .352 TOTAL 30-19 631 21.0 77 219 .352

3-FG 3FG-A PCT. FT FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT. AVG. PF FO 6 31 .194 47 75 .627 16 83 99 3.3 48 1 6 31 .194 47 75 .627 16 83 99 3.3 48 1

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AST T/O BLK STL PTS. AVG. 63 69 7 30 207 6.9 63 69 7 30 207 6.9


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CIARA MCLEE Guard // Sr. //5-9// San Antonio, Texas //Judson

2012-13: Played in 29 of 30 games … Recorded season-high 10 points at FAU on Nov. 18 … Scored six points and grabbed six boards against Troy on Dec. 18 … Recorded six points with three rebounds and two steals on Feb. 25 vs. USC Upstate … Averaged 2.4 points and 1.5 rebounds. 2011-12: Appeared in 25 games as a sophomore … had a .300 three-point field goal percentage (9-30) … scored 13 points (5-5 FG, 3-3 3PT FG) vs. Jacksonville State (12/15) … had 10 points on 4 of 5 FGs vs. ECU (12/18) … scored eight points (2-3 3PT FG) vs. Stetson (2/2) … scored seven points vs. Kennesaw State (2/16) … tallied a season-best four assists in each win vs. ETSU. 2010-11: Appeared in 17 games as a freshman ... scored a season-high seven points on 3-of-6 attempts from the floor and tallied five rebounds against Long Island (12/30) ... also tallied two steals against the Blackbirds and Stetson (12/2) ... scored a basket against Belmont (2/3). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Judson High School under Pamela Owens ... helped the Rockets to a pair of region titles in her final two seasons and consecutive district championships in her first two seasons ... as a senior, she was named first team all-district and all-region after recording 20 points per contest, while finishing with 98 steals and 122 assists ... as a junior, she averaged 15 points, eight assists, 7.8 rebounds and 7.3 steals per contest to receive first team all-district and all-region accolades ... as a freshman, she earned all-district honorable mention honors ... played AAU basketball for Team Xpress and South Texas Hoyas. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 10, 1992, in Merced, Calif ... daughter of Chris and Rochelle ... has two sisters: Chanell and Christen ... major is business management.

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS: 13, Jacksonville State -- 12/15/11 REBOUNDS: 6, TROY -- 12/18/12 ASSISTS: 4, 3 times STEALS: 2, 6 times BLOCKS: 1, 6 times FG MADE: 5, at FAU -- 11/18/12 ; Jacksonville State -- 12/15/11 FG ATTEMPTS: 10, at Bowling Green -- 12/11/11 3FG MADE: 3, Jacksonville State -- 12/15/11 3FG ATTEMPTS: 5, Stetson -- 2/4/13 FT MADE: 3, Stetson -- 2/4/13 FT ATTEMPTS: 4, twice

McLee’s Career Stats YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

GP-GS MIN 17-0 132 25-0 293 30-0 455 72-0 880

AVG. 7.8 11.7 15.2 12.2

FG 5 27 29 61

FGA 25 76 87 188

PCT. .200 .355 .333 .324

3-FG 0 9 5 14

3FG-A 6 30 28 64

PCT. .000 .300 .179 .219

FT 2 8 10 20

FTA PCT. 5 .400 12 .667 18 .556 35 .571

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OFF DEF 6 12 11 17 16 28 33 57

TOT. AVG. PF 18 1.1 4 28 1.1 10 44 1.5 24 90 1.3 38

FO 0 0 0 0

AST 5 19 30 54

T/O 12 28 28 68

BLK 1 4 2 7

STL PTS. 9 12 14 71 15 73 38 156

AVG. 0.7 2.8 2.4 2.2


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE MADISON SCOTT Center // Sr. //6-3// Atlanta, Ga. //Atlanta International School

2012-13: Made five starts in 15 appearances … Recorded career-best 15 points and 7 boards on 11/9 against FAMU … Posted seven points and eight rebounds at FAU … Grabbed five boards against Stetson … Averaged 2.5 points and 2.0 rebounds per game. 2011-12: Appeared in 24 games as a sophomore … made a start in the opener at FIU (11/11) … scored a season-best eight points vs. Mercer (2/18) … had six points, three rebounds & three steals at Belmont (1/28) … scored six points at Kennesaw State (1/21) … recorded two blocks at UNF (12/3) … tied a career high with six boards at N.C. State (11/23). 2010-11: Saw action in 25 games as a freshman…tallied a season-high six points and six rebounds against Wake Forest (12/17) ... also had six boards and four points vs. East Tennessee State (1/15) ... finished the year with a season-high three blocks and five rebounds in the A-Sun Championship game against Stetson (3/5) ... earned A-Sun all-academic honors for her work in the classroom. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Atlanta International School under Willie Richardson ... named team MVP in her senior, junior and sophomore seasons ... as a junior, she was named first team all-region after recording 17 points and 10 rebounds per contest ... as a sophomore, she averaged 20 points and 18 rebounds per game en route to first team all-region and Atlanta Journal Constitution first team all-area accolades ... also helped the Eagles to a No. 25 ranking in the 1-A region polls ... as a freshman, she earned second team all-region and coaches’ award honors after recording 12 points and 10 rebounds per contest ... off the court, she has studied mandarin chinese language for four years and plays the piano. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 13, 1991, in Atlanta, Ga ... daughter of Darius and Catalina ... has a brother, Darius, Jr ... father, Darius, played basketball at West Virginia University Institute of Technology ... major is biochemistry.

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 15, FAMUW -- 11/9/12 REBOUNDS: 8, at FAU -- 11/18/12 ASSISTS: 1, 8 times STEALS: 3, at Belmont -- 1/28/12 BLOCKS: 3, vs Stetson -- 3/5/11 FG MADE: 6, FAMUW -- 11/9/12 FG ATTEMPTS: 9, FAMUW -- 11/9/12 3FG ATTEMPTS: 1, at Jacksonville State -- 11/25/12 FT MADE: 4, Mercer -- 2/18/12 FT ATTEMPTS: 6, Mercer -- 2/18/12

Scott’s Career Stats YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

GP-GS MIN 25-0 211 24-1 276 16-5 200 65-6 687

AVG. 8.4 11.5 12.5 10.6

FG 20 18 16 54

FGA 50 51 39 140

PCT. .400 .353 .410 .386

3-FG 0 0 0 0

3FG-A 0 0 1 1

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 9 10 7 26

FTA PCT. 19 .474 16 .625 11 .636 46 .565

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OFF DEF 19 33 24 37 13 17 56 87

TOT. AVG. PF 52 2.1 34 61 2.5 37 30 1.9 23 143 2.2 94

FO 0 1 0 1

AST T/O 3 26 3 23 2 16 8 65

BLK 12 6 4 22

STL PTS. AVG. 2 49 2.0 6 46 1.9 2 39 2.4 10 134 2.1


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APRIL CARSON Guard // Jr. //5-8// Weston, Fla. //UNC Greensboro

2012-13: Ineligible to play due to NCAA transfer rules. PRIOR TO JU: Spent the 2011-12 season playing at UNC Greensboro … appeared in 21 games, including two starts as a freshman … had a season-high 10 points in the home finale against Wofford … also scored six points against Radford (11/21) and Furman (3/2) … finished the season with 10 assists and nine steals. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Nova High School … as a senior, she earned all-state honors from SheCanPlay.org and was a McDonald’s All American Game nominee … also earned Miami Herald third team all-county honors … during the preseason, she was named one of the South Florida Sun Sentinel’s top 10 players to watch … also ranked the 62nd-best shooting guard nationally by SheCanPlay.org and rated the 20th-best girls basketball player in Florida by FlaVarsity.com, a division of Rivals.com … as a sophomore, she helped post Nova to a 27-4 en route to the school’s first state title appearance … the squad also secured the district and regional titles … on the AAU level, she helped the South Florida Jaguars to a No. 1 national ranking. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 19, 1991, in Hollywood, Fla. … daughter of Billy and April … has a sister, Bobbi; and three brothers: Giovanni, Justin and Jordan … major is business administration.

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QUEEN ALFORD Guard // So. //5-10// Decatur, Ga. //Decatur

2012-13: Made 10 starts in 27 appearances … Earned Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year (first honor in JU history) … Placed on Second Team All-A-Sun and Freshmen Team … Led JU this season with 11.7 points while adding 6.3 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game … Earned Newcomer of the Week for posting 17 points, eight rebounds and four steals in the Dolphins overtime win against East Tennessee State (2/23) and scoring a season-best 25 points (12-15 FG) in win over USC Upstate … Honored as the Atlantic Sun Newcomer of the Week for averaging 16 points and 9.5 rebounds in the Dolphins final two games of the season (3/3). HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Decatur High School under Bill Roberts … earned Georgia 6-AA Player of the Year honors in her senior season … as a junior, she hit the 1,000-point barrier for her career to take home all-state and all-region honors … averaged 24 points and 10 rebounds a contest that season … as a sophomore, she tallied 18 points, six rebounds and three steals a game … as a freshman, she posted nine points a game to earn all-region honors … on the AAU level, she played for the Georgia Metros. PERSONAL: Born July 24, 1994, in Decatur, Ga. … daughter of Angelia Reeves … has seven sisters: Jelysea, Jebreal Alford, Malikwa, Jahmee, Amari, Jimi and Jayvia; and and two brothers: Branden and Jazrealh… her sister, Jebreal, plays basketball at Emmanuel College … major is undecided.

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS: 25, USC Upstate -- 2/25/13 REBOUNDS: 15, at Mercer -- 2/11/13 ASSISTS: 4, at Clemson -- 12/02/12 STEALS: 6, North Florida -- 2/16/13 BLOCKS: 2, at Kennesaw State -- 02/09/13 ; Lipscomb -- 1/2/13 FG MADE: 12, USC Upstate -- 2/25/13 FG ATTEMPTS: 21, USF -- 12/8/12 3FG MADE: 4, at Lipscomb -- 2/28/13 3FG ATTEMPTS: 6, twice FT MADE: 6, North Florida -- 2/16/13 FT ATTEMPTS: 8, at Lipscomb -- 2/28/13

Alford’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS MIN AVG. FG FGA PCT. 2012-13 28-11 702 25.1 124 290 .428 TOTAL 28-11 702 25.1 124 290 .428

3-FG 3FG-A PCT. FT FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT. AVG. PF FO 27 60 .450 49 64 .766 85 91 176 6.3 45 0 27 60 .450 49 64 .766 85 91 176 6.3 45 0

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AST T/O BLK STL PTS. AVG. 27 58 10 31 324 11.6 27 58 10 31 324 11.6


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BRIONA BROWN Forward // So. //5-11// Haines City, Fla. //Haines City

2012-13: Made 18 starts in 29 games played … Scored in double-digits in nine games … Recorded career-best 24 points with six rebounds and three steals against Vermont (11/21) … Earned A-Sun Newcomer of the Week after posting a 16.5 scoring average, 7.5 rebounding average, four steals and three assists to help the Dolphins to wins over Vermont and Jacksonville State (11/27) … Posted a double-double on 14 points and 11 rebounds vs. Savannah State (12/16) … Posted 15 points (6-11 FG) and two blocks in contest against Mercer (1/12) and 12 points, nine boards and two steals against Kennesaw State (1/14) … Efforts against Mercer and Kennesaw State landed her second A-Sun Newcomer of the Week HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Haines City High School under Ladreda Akins … as a senior, she averaged 14 points a game in leading the Hornets to a spot in the state title game and earning Polk County Player of the Year honors … also won the district and regional titles … nominated for the Haines City High School Hall of Fame … as a junior, she led the team in scoring and free throw percentage en route to all-county and all-state honors as well as being nominated for the state Player of the Year … led the Hornets in scoring during her freshman and sophomore seasons … played four seasons on the softball team … batted .346 as a sophomore in helping he squad to a 19-5 record … on the AAU level, she played for the Orlando Comets (2009-10) and Florida Finest (2011). PERSONAL: Born Nov. 26, 1993, in East Ridge, Tenn. … daughter of Eric and Angelia … has a sister, Jasmyn; and three brothers: Jamell, Jaylen and JaRodd … major is undecided.

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS: 24, VERMONT -- 11/21/12 REBOUNDS: 11, Savannah State -- 12/16/12 ASSISTS: 3, at Kennesaw State -- 02/09/13 ; TROY -- 12/18/12 STEALS: 4, twice BLOCKS: 4, Savannah State -- 12/16/12 FG MADE: 7, at Stetson -- 01/07/13 ; VERMONT -- 11/21/12 FG ATTEMPTS: 14, at Stetson -- 01/07/13 3FG MADE: 3, at Auburn -- 12/22/12 3FG ATTEMPTS: 4, Mercer -- 1/12/13 ; at Auburn -- 12/22/12 FT MADE: 10, Savannah State -- 12/16/12 FT ATTEMPTS: 12, Savannah State -- 12/16/12

Brown’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS MIN AVG. FG FGA PCT. 2012-13 30-18 763 25.4 75 215 .349 TOTAL 30-18 763 25.4 75 215 .349

3-FG 3FG-A PCT. FT FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT. AVG. PF FO 12 36 .333 90 120 .750 50 110 160 5.3 49 0 12 36 .333 90 120 .750 50 110 160 5.3 49 0

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AST T/O BLK STL PTS. AVG. 24 85 28 37 252 8.4 24 85 28 37 252 8.4


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LA’DEYAH FORTE’ Guard // Redshirt- So. //5-4// Pensacola, Fla. //Pensacola

PRIOR TO JU: Played the first two years of her collegiate career at Colorado State … As a sophomore, started 25 games for Colorado State last season and closed out the year ranked eighth in the Mountain West in assists (3.5) and fifth in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.3) … Averaged 5.3 points in her final season with the team … As a freshman, ranked second in MWC in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.3) and fourth in assists (3.5) to go along with 5.6 points and 1.6 steals per game. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Pensacola High … Named the 2011 Pensacola News Journal Player of the Year … MVP of the 2011 Subway All-Star Game … Received a First Team Florida Athletic Coaches Association and Florida Athletic Basketball Association selection and a honorable mention all-state honor … Ranked as one of ESPN’s top 100 point guards … Led Pensacola to three consecutive state final four appearances. Personal: Born January 28 … Daughter of Wyvette and Fletcher … Has one brother, Fletcher … Majoring in Social Science

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KIMBERLY DAWKINS Forward // Fr. //6-0// Atlanta, Ga. //Jonesboro

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Jonesboro High School … In 2011-12, she helped guide the team to the state final four with a 25-6 record … Scored 10.1 points a contest and pulled down 14.2 boards en route to earning first team all-conference and all-region honors … Played the last two seasons on the Cardinal volleyball team, posting 10.2 blocks a match in her season year. PERSONAL: Born on Feb. 26, 1995 to Hope and Everrette … Has two sisters and two brothers … Majoring in Education.

DEJA MCPHEE Guard// Fr. //5-8// Gainesville, Fla. //Gainesville

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Gainesville High School … Earned three first team all-area honors and led the Hurricanes to consecutive district championships … As a junior, she averaged 15 points and 11 rebounds a game to earn first team all-state accolades. PERSONAL: Born on June 6, 1995 to Vivian and Clifton … Has one sister, Eboni … Major is Exercise Science.

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE SHERRANDA REDDICK Guard // Fr. //5-8// Jacksonville, Fla. //Ribault

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Ribault High School … As a junior, led the Trojans to the state championship game averaging 17.7 points, 5.6 rebounds and 4.1 steals … Named 4A Player of the Year and finished seventh in voting for Ms. Basketball in the State of Florida … Florida Times Union Player of the Year as sophomore after scoring 16 points a game. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 7, 1995 to Sherron and Randy … Has one sibling, Paris.

JENNY VERNET Center// Fr. //6-2// Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. //Paulding County

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Paulding County High in northwest Georgia for two years under Larrell Lewis … In her senior year she averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds per game while leading the team to a 20-7 record … Played her AAU ball with the Douglas County Lady Tigers. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 11, 1995 … Daughter of Esther and Carlo … Has one sister, Angie … Majoring in Exercise Science with a minor in Business.

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE The Atlantic Sun Conference 2012-13 Final Standings Team Florida Gulf Coast# Stetson$ Mercer Northern Kentucky USC Upstate North Florida Jacksonville ETSU Kennesaw State Lipscomb

Record

Overall

18-0 14-4 13-5 12-6 8-10 7-11 7-11 6-12 3-15 2-16

27-7 24-9 20-12 15-13 12-18 12-19 11-19 8-18 7-24 3-26

# - Regular-Season Champions $ - A-Sun Tournament Champion A-Sun Championship Quarterfinal FGCU - 73, Kennesaw State- 47 Stetson - 66, ETSU - 55 UNF - 50, USC Upstate- 48 Mercer - 63, Jacksonville - 53

Membership

Semifinal FGCU - 73, North Florida - 44 Stetson - 67, Mercer-52 A-Sun Championship Final Stetson - 70, FGCU - 64 A-Sun All-Conference Name Brittany Kennedy* Sarah Hensen Precious Bridges Kendra Grant Victoria McGowan Name Queen Alford Tiara Hopper Tee’Ara Copney Shanasa Sanders Sasha Sims

First Team School FGCU FGCU Mercer Mercer Stetson Second Team School Jacksonville Northern Kentucky USC Upstate Stetson Stetson

All-Freshman Team Name School Queen Alford* Jacksonville Jaime Gluesing FGCU Alex Banks Lipscomb Rianna Gayheart Northen Kentucky Brittany Starling USC Upstate *Unanimous Choice

Pos. Cl. G Sr. G Jr. G So. G Jr. G Sr. Pos. G F G G F

School Mascot East Tennesse State Buccaneers Florida Gulf Coast Eagles Jacksonville Dolphins Kennesaw State Owls Lipscomb Bison Mercer Bears North Florida Ospreys Northern Kentucky Norse Stetson Hatters USC Upstate Spartans

Cl. Fr. Sr. Jr.. Sr. Jr.

Pos. G G F G CUn

Player of the Year- Sarah Hansen, FGCU Defensive Player of the Year- BrittanyKennedy,FGCU Freshman of the Year- Queen Alford, Jacksonville Coach of the Year- Karl Smesko, FGCU

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TEAM LEADERS CONTINUED

2013-14 TEAM LEADERS AVG. 70.1 68.7 63.5 63.0 62.7 59.8 59.1 51.8 51.4 50.6

3-PT. FG DEFENSE 1. FGCU 2. Kennesaw State 3. USC Upstate 4. Northern Kentucky 5. North Florida 6. Jacksonville 7. Stetson 8. Lipscomb 9. ETSU 10. Mercer

G 34 31 30 28 31 30 33 29 26 32

FG 124 121 153 155 189 142 176 174 175 139

FGA 497 430 540 522 631 473 579 553 502 398

FGA 1950 1954 1557 1611 2055 1686 1776 1626 1655 1461

PCT. .435 .427 .419 .390 .374 .372 .370 .355 .346 .339

ASSISTS 1. FGCU 2. Mercer 3. Stetson 4. Northern Kentucky 5. USC Upstate 6. Jacksonville 7. ETSU 8. North Florida 9. Lipscomb 10. Kennesaw State

G 34 32 33 28 30 30 26 31 29 31

AST. 525 447 432 342 365 316 270 313 280 279

AVG. 15.4 14.0 13.1 12.2 12.2 10.5 10.4 10.1 9.7 9.0

REB. 1139 1289 1200 1109 1151 1212 1057 1064 1130 984

AVG. 43.8 40.3 40.0 35.8 37.1 36.7 37.8 35.5 33.2 33.9

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. ETSU 2. Stetson 3. Mercer 4. Northern Kentucky 5. Jacksonville 6. FGCU 7. USC Upstate 8. Kennesaw State 9. North Florida 10. Lipscomb

G BLK. AVG. 26 142 5.5 33 129 3.9 32 121 3.8 28 95 3.4 30 91 3.0 34 91 2.7 30 80 2.7 31 81 2.6 31 76 2.5 29 48 1.7

G 34 31 33 31 28 32 30 29 30 26

PTS. 1800 1815 1952 1905 1744 2015 1963 1989 2087 1888

AVG. 52.9 58.5 59.2 61.5 62.3 63.0 65.4 68.6 69.6 72.6

STEALS 1. FGCU 2. ETSU 3. Stetson 4. USC Upstate 5. Jacksonville 6. North Florida 7. Mercer 8. Northern Kentucky 9. Kennesaw State 10. Lipscomb

G 34 26 33 30 30 31 32 28 31 29

FREE THROW PCT. 1. FGCU 2. Jacksonville 3. Northern Kentucky 4. Stetson 5. USC Upstate 6. North Florida 7. Lipscomb 8. ETSU 9. Mercer 10. Kennesaw State

G 34 30 28 33 30 31 29 26 32 31

FTM 397 438 330 369 358 293 290 304 304 307

FTA 534 598 455 510 495 423 428 452 456 485

PCT. .743 .732 .725 .724 .723 .693 .678 .673 .667 .633

FG PCT. DEFENSE 1. Stetson 2. FGCU 3. Northern Kentucky 4. USC Upstate 5. North Florida 6. Mercer 7. Kennesaw State 8. Lipscomb 9. Jacksonville 10. ETSU

G 33 34 28 30 31 32 31 29 30 26

FG 711 659 646 699 672 696 760 731 804 647

FGA 1918 1764 1679 1814 1709 1747 1849 1765 1928 1551

PCT. .371 .374 .385 .385 .393 .398 .411 .414 .417 .417

SCORING 1.Precious Bridges, Mercer 2.Sarah, Hansen, FGCU 3.Victoria, McGowan, Stetson 4.Shanasa, Sanders, Stetson 5.Hannah Phillips, Lipscomb 6.Tee’Ara, Copney, Upst. 7.Kendra Grant, Mercer 8.Sasha, Sims, Stetson 9.Joyce Iamstrong, FGCU 10.Queen Alford, JU REBOUNDING 1.Sametria Gideon, KSU 2.Destiny Mitchell, ETSU 3.Teanna Robinson, Mercer 4.Jade Cargill, JU 5.Raneisha Lamar,UNF 6.Sharmesia Smith,Mercer 7.Sarah Hansen, FGCU 8.Serena Clark, ETSU 9.Victoria McGowan,Stetson 10.Chantel Kennedy, KSU

G PTS. AVG. 32 539 16.8 34 555 16.3 32 509 15.9 33 456 13.8 28 376 13.4 30 391 13.0 32 417 13.0 33 397 12.0 34 408 12.0 28 324 11.6

­ CORING S 1.FGCU 2.Stetson 3.ETSU 4.Jacksonville 5.Northern Kentucky 6.Mercer 7.USC Upstate 8.North Florida 9.Kennesaw State 10.Lipscomb

G 34 33 26 30 28 32 30 31 31 29

PTS. 2384 2266 1650 1889 1756 1913 1772 1606 1593 1467

G OFF. DEF. AVG. 31 139 185 10.5 23 101 85 8.1 32 120 136 8.0 29 97 130 7.8 31 119 123 7.8 32 114 130 7.6 34 85 171 7.5 26 74 113 7.2 32 62 167 7.2 29 66 141 7.1

­­ FIELD GOAL PCT. 1. Stetson 2. FGCU 3. USC Upstate 4. Northern Kentucky 5. Mercer 6. ETSU 7. Jacksonville 8. North Florida 9. Kennesaw State 10. Lipscomb

G 33 34 30 28 32 26 30 31 31 29

FG 848 834 652 629 769 627 658 577 573 495

FIELD GOAL PCT. 1.Brittany Starling, Upst. 2.Tiana Burley, ETSU 3.Raneisha Lamar, UNF 4.Destiny Mitchell, ETSU 5.Brittany Kennedy, FGCU

G 30 20 31 23 33

FG 119 75 99 106 114

FGA 224 147 195 212 232

PCT. .531 .510 .508 .500 .491

FREE THROW PCT. 1.Sarah Hansen, FGCU 2.Hannah Phillips, LIP 3.Brittany Kennedy, FGCU 4.Kayla Thacker, NKU 5.Tracie Sneed, JU

G 34 28 33 28 30

FT 140 97 74 83 126

FTA 169 122 97 109 167

PCT. .828 .795 .763 .761 .754

REBOUNDING 1.ETSU 2.Mercer 3.Jacksonville 4.North Florida 5.Kennesaw State 6.Stetson 7.Northern Kentucky 8.USC Upstate 9.FGCU 10.Lipscomb

G 26 32 30 31 31 33 28 30 34 29

ASSISTS 1.Sharnea Boykin, Mercer 2.Brittany Kennedy, FGCU 3.Victoria McGowan, Stetson 4.Tyra Smith, Upst. 5.Fabiola Josil, UNF

G AST. AVG. 32 236 7.4 33 173 5.2 32 135 4.2 29 121 4.2 31 96 3.1

STEALS 1.Brittany Kennedy,FGCU 2.Tee’Ara Copney, Upst. 3.Sarah Hansen, FGCU 4.Victoria McGowan,Stetson 5.Jama Sharp, Stetson 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 1.Victoria McGowan,Stetson 2.Betsy Adams, FGCU 3.Joyce Iamstrong, FGCU 4.Hannah Phillips, Lipscomb 5.Ki Connor, UNF

G 33 30 34 32 33

STL. AVG. 88 2.7 74 2.5 74 2.2 65 2.0 64 1.9

SCORING DEFENSE 1. FGCU 2. North Florida 3. Stetson 4. Kennesaw State 5. Northern Kentucky 6. Mercer 7. USC Upstate 8. Lipscomb 9. Jacksonville 10. ETSU

G 32 34 34 28 31

3FG AVG. 70 2.2 68 2.0 66 1.9 51 1.8 55 1.8

BLOCKED SHOTS 1.Teanna Robinson, Mercer 2.Sasha Sims, Stetson 3.Sametria Gideon, KSU 4.Tosha Austin, ETSU 5.Briona Brown, JU

G BLK. AVG. 32 55 1.7 33 53 1.6 31 44 1.4 24 28 1.2 30 28 0.9

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PCT. .249 .281 .283 .297 .300 .300 .304 .315 .349 .349

STL. AVG. 380 11.2 239 9.2 294 8.9 246 8.2 228 7.6 230 7.4 226 7.1 190 6.8 186 6.0 147 5.1


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 2012-13 SUPERLATIVES DOLPHIN INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Points FG Made FG Att. FG Pct. 3FG Made 3FG Att. FT Made FT Att. FT Pct. Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers

28 12 21 .833 4 8 13 18 1.000 16 6 6 4 8

Tracie Sneed vs. Savannah State (12/16) Queen Alford vs. USC Upstate (2/25) Queen Alford vs. USF (12/8) Stephanie Edwards (5-6) vs. UNF (2/16) Brittany Holiday at Northern Kentucky (3/2) Maggie Wilson vs. Bethune-Cookman (11/12) Tracie Sneed vs. ETSU (2/23) Tracie Sneed vs. ETSU (2/23) Tracie Sneed (8-8) vs. ETSU (1/28) Jade Cargill at FAU (11/8) 3x, last by Jade Cargill vs. Troy (12/18) Queen Alford vs. North Florida (2/16) 2x, last by Jade Cargill vs. Troy (12/18) Tracie Sneed vs FAMU (11/9)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Points FG Made FG Att. 3FG Made 3FG Att. FT Made FT Att. Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers

32 13 27 5 9 11 14 18 12 6 8 8

Ry’van Buchanan, Mercer (1/12) Ry’van Buchanan, Mercer (1/12) Jasmine Grice, FAMU (11/9) Jaime Gluesing, Florida Gulf Coast (2/2) Chastity Taylor, Bethune-Cookman (11/12) Precious Bridges, Mercer (3/7) Precious Bridges, Mercer (3/7) Raneisha Lamar, UNF (2/16) Sharnea Boykin, Mercer (1/12) Sarah Hansen, Florida Gulf Coast (2/2) Fannie Goodwin, South Carolina State (11/28) Brianna McQueen, ETSU (2/23)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Points FG Made FG Att. FG Pct. 3FG Made 3FG Att. FT Made FT Att. Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers

DOLPHIN TEAM GAME HIGHS Points FG Made FG Att. FG Pct. 3FG Made 3FG Att. 3FG Pct. FT Made FT Att. FT Pct. Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers

90 28 76 .472 9 25 .556 38 47 .889 55 21 14 7 30

vs. ETSU (2/23) vs. Troy (12/18) at Clemson (12/2) 25-53, at Florida Gulf Coast (1/5) at Auburn (12/22) at Auburn (12/22) 5-9, vs. FAMU (11/9) vs. ETSU (2/23) vs. ETSU (2/23) 16-18, vs. ETSU (1/28) at FAU (11/18) at Kennesaw State (2/9) vs. ETSU (2/23) at ETSU (1/28) vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/2)

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96 40 84 .548 10 28 21 31 55 28 20 11 25

FAU (11/18) Auburn (12/22) ETSU (2/23) Auburn (12/22) Florida Gulf Coast (2/2) Florida Gulf Coast (2/2) Bethune-Cookman (11/12) Bethune-Cookman (11/12) ETSU (2/23) Auburn (12/22) Florida Gulf Coast (1/5) Clemson (12/2) USC Upstate (1/26)


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE INDIVIDUAL HONORS ALL-CONFERENCE

THE LAST TIME

ALL-TOURNAMENT

JU scored 90 points Opp. scored 90 points

2012-13 2011-12 Queen Alford, G (2nd) Abril Peeples, G

JUscored less than 40 points Opp. scored less than 40 points

2011-12 2010-11 Crystal Bell, G (2nd) Jessica George, G Taneskei Richardson, F 2007-08 Ashley Williams, F (1st) 2008-09 Virginia Gregoire, G (1st) DaVina Hamilton, G Regina Omoite, G 2006-07 Ashley Williams, F (1st) 2007-08 Virginia Gregoire, G (1st) DaVina Hamilton, G Ashley Williams, F 2005-06 Ashley Williams, F (1st) 2006-07 Sheena Carpenter, G (2nd) Virginia Gregoire, G 2002-03 Kat Sungy, F (2nd)

JU made 10 three-pointers Opp. made 10 three-pointers JU made 25 free throws Opp. made 25 free throws JU shot better than .500 Opp. shot better than .500 JU shot .275 or worse Opp. shot .275 or worse JU had 20 assists Opp.had 20 assists JU had 20 steals Opp.had 20 steals

PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE

JU had 25 turnovers Opp.had 25 turnovers JU had less than 10 turnovers Opp. had less than 10 turnovers

1999-00* 2009-10 Angela Walker, F (3rd) Courtney Jackson, G

ALL- FRESHMAN

JU had 10 blocked shots Opp. had 9 blocked shots

2008-09 Virginia Gregoire, G

2007-08 2012-13 Ashley Williams, F Virginia Gregoire, G Queen Alford, G

2011-12 Crystal Bell, G FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2012-12 Queen Alford, G

Kat Sungy Ashley Williams Taneskei Richardson Jade Cargill Kara Donnell Lynsey Paschal Desarae Johnson Tracie Sneed Queen Alford

33 17 15 15 8 2 7 7 5

.556 vs.JacksonvilleState(12/15/11) .5480 by Auburn (12/22/12) .259 at Auburn (12/22/12) .237 by UNF (2/25/12) 21 at Kennesaw State (2/9/13) 28 by Auburn (12/22/12) 21 vs. UCF (11/19/07) 25 by ETSU (1/29/09) 30 at Wake Forest (11/25/11) 28 by Kennesaw State (1/21/12) 9 vs. Stetson (3/2/12) 7 by Stetson (12/2/13) 12 vs. Mercer (1/8/09) 11 by Clemson (11/23/11)

12 by Queen Alford vs.USC Up. (2/25/13) 13 by Ry’van Buchanan (Mercer) (1/12/13)

JU player made 10 FT Opp. player made 10 FT

DOUBLE-DOUBLE CLUB

38 vs.ETSU (2/23/13) 25 by ETSU (1/15/11)

JU player made 10 FG Opp. player made 10 FG

JU player attempted 10 3FG Opp. player attempted 10 3FG

2001-02 Kat Sungy, F

10 at Belmont (1/8/04) 10 by FGCU (2/2/13)

25 by Queen Alford vs.USC Up. (2/25/13) 25 by Hannah Phillips (Lipscomb) (2/28/13)

JU player made five 3FG Opp. player made five 3FG

2000-01* 2005-06 Sheena Carpenter, G Lexie Richards, G

at Northern Kentucky, 76-71 (3/2/13) vs. ETSU, 90-81(2/23/13)

JU player scored 25 points Opp. player scored 25 points

JU player attempted 20 FG Opp. player attempted 20 FG

2009-10 2006-07 Ashley Williams, F Drameka Griggs, G

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

36 at UNF (12/3/11) 38 by North Florida (1/19/08)

JU played an overtime game Jacksonville won an overtime game

2000-01* 2013-14 Kat Sungy, F (1st) Queen Alford, G

* - Trans America Athletic Conference

90 vs. ETSU (2/23/13) 96 by FAU (11/18/12)

21 by Queen Alford vs. USF (12/8/12) 25 by Precious Bridges (Mercer) (3/7/13) 6 by Abril Peeples vs. Belmont (3/1/12) 6 by Jaime Gluesing (FGCU) (2/2/13) 11 by Courtney Jackson at Howard (11/25/09) 10 by Taylor Mills (KSU) (2/16/12) 13 by Tracie Sneed vs. ETSU (2/23/13) 11 by Precious Bridges (Mercer) (3/7/13)

JU player had 15 rebounds Opp. player had 15 rebounds

15 by Queen Alford at Mercer (2/11/13) 18 by Reneisha Lamar (UNF) (2/16/13)

JU player had 10 assists Opp. player had 10 assists

11 Regina Omoite at Campbell (1/17/09) 10 by Sharnea Boykin (Mercer) (3/7/13)

JU player had five blocks Opp. player had five blocks

5 by Desarae Johnson vs. FGCU (2/11/10) 5 by Jonquel Jones (Clemson) (12/2/12)

JU player had five steals Opp. player had five steals

6 by Queen Alford vs. UNF (2/16/13) 6 by Sarah Hansen(FGCU)(2/2/13)

JU player played every minute JU player played over 40 min.

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40 by Regina Omoite vs. Belmont (3/06/09) Sneed (44), Bell (43) & George (41) at Stetson (1/7/12)


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GAME RECORDS

POINTS 32 Ashley Williams at C. Southern 11/13/06 28 Tracie Sneed vs. Savannah State 12/16/12 28 Ashley Williams vs. UMass 11/23/07 27 Ashley Williams at South Florida 11/23/05 Nakina Alford at Belmont 1/22/05 FG MADE 14 Ashley Williams at C. Southern 11/13/06 12 Queen Alford vs. USC Upstate 2/25/13 FG ATTEMPTED 24 Sheena Carpenter vs. FAU 3/9/06 23 Yolisha Jackson vs. Troy State 3/2/02 Milica Miljovic vs. Samford 2/24/00 22 Virginia Gregoire vs. ETSU 3/9/07 Sheena Carpenter vs. Georgia State 1/8/05 FG PERCENTAGE 1.000 Katie McDonald (8-8) vs. Morris Brown 11/23/02 Kat Sungy (7-7) vs. Campbell 2/14/02 Kat Sungy (7-7) vs. Mercer 2/1/01 Kara Donnell (6-6) vs. Valparaiso 1/3/03 Kara Donnell (6-6) vs. C. South. 11/30/02 3-PT FG MADE 8 Lexie Richards at UCF 2/17/00 7 Lexie Richards at Stetson 2/5/00 6 Four tied 3-PT FG ATTEMPTED 13 Lexie Richards vs. Gardner-Webb 1/30/03 12 Lexie Richards vs. C. of Charleston 12/30/00 Lexie Richards vs. Beth.-Cookman 11/22/00 11 Seven tied 3-PT FG PERCENTAGE 1.000 Shannon Wynn (5-5) at Jacksonville St. 1/6/00 Rebecca Montz (6-6) at FAU 1/27/05 .875 Lexie Richards (7-8) at Stetson 2/5/00 .800 Three Tied FT MADE 13 Tracie Sneed vs. ETSU 2/23/13 Yolisha Jackson at Stetson 2/5/04 12 Kelly Stevenson at Stetson 2/5/00 11 Five players tied FT ATTEMPTED 18 Tracie Sneedvs. ETSU 2/23/13 Kara Donnell at. Troy St. 12/1/01 16 Yolisha Jackson at Stetson 2/5/04 16 Kat Sungy vs. Campbell 2/1/03 14 Danielle Gray vs. Florida A&M 12/30/06 FT PERCENTAGE (10 ATTEMPTS) 1.000 Kelly Stevenson at Stetson (12-12) 2/5/00 Tracie Sneed at mercer (10-10) 2/18/12 Meghan Ostendorf at UCF (10-10) 3/4/04 TOTAL REBOUNDS 19 Kat Sungy vs. Savannah State 12/19/01 Ashley Williams at Florida Atlantic 12/3/05 18 Four Tied 17 Lynsey Paschal vs. Florida Tech 11/20/09

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 13 Taneskei Richardson at FGCU 2/24/11 10 Two Tied 9 Yolisha Jackson at Lipscomb 1/10/04 Kat Sungy vs. Troy State 2/3/01 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 16 Kat Sungy vs. Savannah St. 12/19/01 14 Kat Sungy vs. Mercer 2/22/03 Kat Sungy vs. Coll. of Charleston 12/30/00 13 Kat Sungy (five times) Ashley Williams at Florida Atlantic 12/3/05 Lynsey Paschal vs. Florida Tech 11/20/0 ASSISTS 12 Shannon Wynn vs. C. of Charleston 12/30/00 11 Regina Omoite at Campbell 1/17/09 9 3x, last Regina Omoite vs. Campbell 2/12/09 8 10 tied STEALS 7 Crystal Bell vs. Lipscomb 1/2/12 Rebecca Montz at Georgia State 2/14/04 Angela Walker at Florida Atlantic 2/8/01 6 11 tied BLOCKS 6 Ashley Williams vs. Campbell 2/2/06 Milica Miljkovic vs. Davidson 11/18/00 5 13 tied 4 17 tied

SEASON RECORDS POINTS 509 Ashley Williams 2006-07 502 Ashley Williams 2007-08 479 Ashley Williams 2005-06 439 Virginia Gregoire 2006-07 424 Virginia Gregoire 2007-08 FG MADE 97 Ashley Williams 2006-07 196 Ashley Williams 2007-08 186 Ashley Williams 2005-06 172 Virginia Gregoire 2006-07 162 Virginia Gregoire 2007-08 FG ATTEMPTED 428 Virginia Gregoire 2006-07 404 Virginia Gregoire 2007-07 394 Crystal Bell 2011-12 390 Sheena Carpenter 2004-05 383 Abril Peeples 2011-12 FG PERCENTAGE .562 Ashley Williams 2005-06 .548 Kat Sungy 2001-02 .547 Veronique McMillian 2002-03 .540 Kat Sungy 2000-01 .529 Kat Sungy 1999-00 3-PT FG MADE 68 Lexie Richards 1999-00 66 Lexie Richards 2000-01 58 Lexie Richards 2002-03 57 Nakina Alford 2004-05 56 Rebecca Montz 2004-05 3-PT FG ATTEMPTED 195 Lexie Richards 2000-01 172 Lexie Richards 2002-03 167 Nakina Alford 2004-05 164 Lexie Richards 1999-00 157 Regina Omoite 2007-08 3-PT FG PERCENTAGE .415 Lexie Richards 1999-00 .400 Ashley Stinson 2004-05 .386 Regina Omoite 2006-07 .373 Rebecca Montz 2004-05 .368 Katie McDonald 2003-04

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FT MADE 126 Tracie Sneed 2012-13 122 Yolisha Jackson 2001-02 120 Tracie Sneed 2011-12 114 Ashley Williams 2006-07 110 Yolisha Jackson 2003-04 105 Ashley Williams 2005-06 FT ATTEMPTED 167 Tracie Sneed 2012-13 165 Tracie Sneed 2011-12 150 Yolisha Jackson 2001-02 143 Taneskei Richardson 2010-11 Ashley Wiliams 2006-07 141 Yolisha Jackson 2003-04 FT PERCENTAGE .917 Lexie Richards 2000-01 .880 Ashanti Williams 2008-09 Nakina Alford 2005-06 .857 Lexie Richards 1999-00 .850 Ashanti Williams 2010-11 .836 Abril Peeples 2011-12

TOTAL REBOUNDS 315 Taneskei Richardson 2010-11 283 Kat Sungy 2001-02 270 Kat Sungy 2002-03 264 Kat Sungy 2000-01 257 Jade Cargill 2011-12 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 124 Taneskei Richardson 2010-11 106 Jade Cargill 2011-12 97 Jade Cargill 2012-13 93 Crystal Bell 2011-12 92 Ashley Williams 2006-07

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 202 Kat Sungy 2002-03 198 Kat Sungy 2001-02 191 Taneskei Richardson 2010-11 177 Kat Sungy 2000-01 151 Jade Cargill 2011-12

ASSISTS 154 Regina Omoite 2008-09 138 Regina Omoite 2007-08 126 DaVina Hamilton 2007-08 119 Shannon Wynn 2000-01 110 Katie McDonald 2002-03 STEALS 84 Crystal Bell 2011-12 70 Virginia Gregoire 2007-08 67 DaVina Hamilton 2007-08 63 DaVina Hamilton 2008-09 Angela Walker 2000-01 57 Jade Cargill 2011-12

BLOCKS 61 Milica Miljkovic 1999-00 54 Ashley Williams 2005-06 53 Desarae Johnson 2008-09 47 Kara Donnell 2002-03 43 Taneskei Richardson 2010-11

MINUTES PLAYED 1,090 Regina Omoite 2007-08 1,026 Kat Sungy 2001-02 1,025 Regina Omoite 2008-09 1,015 Rebecca Montz 2004-05 1,008 Regina Omoite 2006-07


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POINTS 1,489 Ashley Williams 2005-08 1,345 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 1,183 Kat Sungy 1999-2003 1,070 Yolisha Jackson 2000-05 1,027 Regina Omoite 2005-09 FG MADE 579 Ashley Williams 2005-08 524 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 472 Kat Sungy 1999-2003 394 Sheena Carpenter 2003-06 356 Yolisha Jackson 2000-05 DaVina Hamiliton 2005-09 FG ATTEMPTED 1,353 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 1,084 Ashley Williams 2005-08 989 Sheena Carpenter 2003-06 965 DaVina Hamilton 2005-09 932 Regina Omoite 2005-09 FG PERCENTAGE .536 Kat Sungy 1999-2003 .534 Ashley Williams 2005-08 .526 Veronique McMillian 2001-03 .500 Kara Donnell 2001-05 .445 Taneskei Richardson 2008-11 3-PT FG MADE 209 Lexie Richards 1999-2004 172 Regina Omoite 2005-09 137 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 104 Courtney Jackson 2006-10 102 Rebecca Montz 2003-05 3-PT FG ATTEMPTED 596 Lexie Richards 1999-2004 519 Regina Omoite 2005-09 445 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 342 Courtney Jackson 2006-10 296 Nakina Alford 2004-07 3-PT FG PERCENTAGE .400 Ashley Stinson 2004-05 .357 Elizabeth Richards 2001-02 .352 Rebecca Montz 2003-2005 .351 Lexie Richards 1999-2004 .331 Regina Omoite 2005-09

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 285 Kat Sungy 1999-03 238 Taneskei Richardson 2008-11 230 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 Ashley Williams 2005-08 213 Lynsey Paschal 2007-11 211 Crystal Grable 2006-10 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 671 Kat Sungy 1999-2003 392 Yolisha Jackson 2000-05 378 Ashley Williams 2005-08 372 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 345 Lynsey Paschal 2007-11 ASSISTS 459 Regina Omoite 2005-09 361 DaVina Hamilton 2005-09 332 Virgina Gregoire 2005-09 232 Sheena Carpenter 2004-06 191 Lexie Richards 1999-04 STEALS 220 DaVina Hamilton 2005-09 198 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 191 Regina Omoite 2005-09 145 Ashley Williams 2005-08 139 Crystal Bell 2010-12 BLOCKS 128 Ashley Williams 2005-08 127 Desarae Johnson 2006-10 94 Crystal Grable 2006-10 90 Milica Miljkovic 1999-01 86 Talia Johnson 2003-06 MINUTES PLAYED 3,953 Regina Omoite 2005-09 3,712 Kat Sungy 1999-03 3,259 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 3,012 DaVina Hamilton 2005-09 2,962 Lexie Richards 1999-04 2,786 Ashley Williams 2005-08 GAMES PLAYED 124 Lynsey Paschal 2008-11 121 Regina Omoite 2005-09 DaVina Hamilton 2005-09 118 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 117 Desarae Johnson 2006-10 114 Crystal Grable 2006-10

FT MADE 325 Yolisha Jackson 2000-05 321 Ashley Williams 2005-08 239 Kat Sungy 1999-2003 222 Sheena Carpenter 2003-06 193 Regina Omoite 2005-09 FT ATTEMPTED 410 Ashley Williams 2005-08 389 Kat Sungy 1999-2003 387 Yolisha Jackson 2000-05 300 Sheena Carpenter 2004-06 296 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 FT PERCENTAGE .886 Lexie Richards 1999-2004 .846 Nakina Alford 2004-06 .818 Jennifer Bergfield 1999-2001 .809 Rebecca Montz 2003-05 .783 Ashley Williams 2005-08 TOTAL REBOUNDS 956 Kat Sungy 1999-2003 608 Ashley Williams 2005-08 602 Virginia Gregoire 2005-09 587 Yolisha Jackson 2000-05 572 Taneskei Richardson 2008-11

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G

30 31 32 30 32 32 30 28 27 27 27 27 28

FG

658 708 747 663 766 814 742 656 583 547 522 596 611

FGA PCT. 3FG 3FGA PCT. FT

1776 2038 2034 1932 2044 1965 1843 1645 1649 1500 1209 1376 1498

.370 135 .347 138 .367 123 .343 97 .375 131 .414 145 .403 146 .399 96 .354 134 .365 110 .432 107 .436 86 .408 119

431 471 426 393 470 472 436 323 401 371 345 289 394

.313 .293 .289 .247 .279 .307 .335 .297 .334 .296 .310 .320 .302

438 399 430 346 307 394 356 346 297 331 294 293 284

FTA

598 566 628 526 450 586 537 501 416 466 448 429 465

PCT.

.732 .705 .685 .658 .682 .672 .663 .691 .714 .710 .656 .683 .611

REB. AVG.

1200 1292 1337 1289 1278 1210 1124 1035 948 990 922 1096 1078

40.0 41.7 41.8 43.0 39.9 37.8 37.5 37.0 35.1 36.7 34.1 40.6 38.5

PF

435 515 597 570 513 527 531 527 501 452 391 376 460

A

316 332 360 329 432 472 403 330 276 320 366 324 410

TO

B

S

PTS. AVG.

TO

B

S

PTS. AVG.

546 543 595 609 550 533 549 527 462 534 695 763 652

91 99 125 140 141 126 87 124 63 88 94 69 83

228 334 277 288 328 327 309 262 219 208 185 182 240

1889 1953 2047 1769 1970 2167 1986 1754 1597 1535 1445 1571 1625

63.0 63.0 64.0 59.0 61.6 67.7 66.2 62.6 59.1 56.9 53.5 58.2 58.0

YEAR-BY-YEAR OPPONENT STATISTICS SEASON 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01

G

30 31 32 30 32 32 30 28 27 27 27 27 28

FG

804 784 748 666 681 701 692 648 650 700 666 731 656

FGA PCT. 3FG 3FGA PCT. FT

1928 1906 1900 1750 1799 1792 1615 1640 1452 1625 1654 1815 1706

.417 .411 .394 .381 .379 .391 .428 .395 .448 .431 .403 .403 .385

142 133 128 109 106 124 114 116 143 162 113 183 129

TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS 105 at Charleston Southern 11/13/06 FIRST HALF POINTS 53 at Charleston Southern 11/13/06 SECOND HALF POINTS 52 at Charleston Southern 11/13/06 FIELD GOALS MADE 41 at Charleston Southern 11/13/06

473 458 418 392 365 433 337 368 390 475 390 564 417

.300 .290 . 306 .278 .290 .286 .338 .315 .367 .341 .290 .324 .309

337 426 505 438 365 419 360 433 382 316 268 255 341

FTA

486 614 721 643 532 598 564 612 558 485 390 359 509

PCT.

.693 .694 .700 .681 .686 .701 .638 .708 .685 .652 .687 .710 .670

REB. AVG.

1196 1360 1284 1278 1285 1204 1113 1138 1077 1073 907 894 1056

39.9 43.9 40.1 42.6 40.2 37.6 37.1 40.6 39.9 39.7 33.6 33.1 37.7

A

453 445 368 347 370 384 375 376 363 448 331 436 352

453 609 579 624 687 682 667 531 513 454 419 405 477

145 133 119 113 112 74 103 105 123 93 68 94 69

281 285 303 295 243 232 247 238 196 263 340 388 334

2087 69.6 2127 68.6 2129 66.5 1879 62.6 1833 57.3 1945 60.8 1858 61.9 1845 65.9 1825 67.6 1878 69.6 1713 63.4 1900 70.4 1782 63.6

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 52 vs. South Florida 12/30/01

FREE THROWS MADE 30 Belmont 2/11/08

ASSISTS 24 at Navy 12/8/02

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 35 two times

STEALS 21 at UCF 11/19/07

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 two times

BLOCKS 13 vs. Savannah State 12/12/05

REBOUNDS 64 N.C. State 11/23/11

TURNOVERS 41 two times

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 28 Bethune-Cookman 12/28/99

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .660 (33-50) vs. Samford 1/19/02

OPPONENT GAME HIGHS

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 11 two times

POINTS 98 2x, last by FGCU 12/4/10

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 26 four times

FIELD GOALS MADE 42 Florida State 12/7/01

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .700 at Stetson 2/2/05 FREE THROWS MADE 38 vs. ETSU 2/23/13

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 84 two times

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 47 vs. ETSU 2/23/13

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 14 South Florida 12/30/01

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .929 (13-14) vs. Belmont 3/1/12

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 51 South Florida 12/30/01

REBOUNDS 68 vs. South Florida 12/30/01

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 34 at Mercer 1/24/11

PF

519 487 556 499 470 556 530 487 417 474 435 420 469

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .667 ETSU (30-45) 2/15/07

.688

Jacksonville St.

3/8/00

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 41 UCF 11/19/07 ASSISTS 28 Auburn 12/22/12 STEALS 24 Florida Atlantic 3/6/03 BLOCKS 12 FIU 11/11/11 TURNOVERS 31 Lipscomb 1/2/12

MISCELLANEOUS GAME RECORDS FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 38

1/19/07

FEWEST POINTS SCORED 27

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1999-2000 OVERALL: 6-22, A-SUN: 5-13 HEAD COACH: MELISSA TAKETA 11/21 at Winthrop L 56-49 11/26 at Coll. of Charleston@ L 56-27 11/27 vs. Charles. Sou.@ L 71-45 12/2 Georgia State* L 47-45 12/4 Campbell* L 67-58 12/15 South Florida L 61-44 12/19 High Point L 44-43 12/27 vs. Norfolk State# L 59-53 12/28 vs. Bethune-Cookman# W 83-53 12/31 Texas A&M-CC L 81-65 1/6 at Jacksonville State* L (OT) 70-65 1/8 at Samford* L 88-61 1/13 Florida Atlantic* L 76-68 1/15 UCF* W 57-56 1/20 at Troy State* L 74-62 1/22 at Mercer* L 62-45 1/27 Stetson* W 55-49 2/3 Wofford L 57-54 2/5 at Stetson* W 79-63 2/10 Mercer* W 57-53 2/12 Troy State* L 63-54 2/17 at UCF* W 61-54 2/19 at Florida Atlantic* L 83-71 2/24 Samford* L 61-53 2/26 Jacksonville State* L 61-57 3/2 at Campbell* L 64-49 3/5 at Georgia State* L 77-60 3/8 vs. Jacksonville State$ L 71-62 * - Atlantic Sun Conference game @ - College of Charleston Tourney (Charleston, S.C.) # - Holiday Inn Express Tourney (Stony Brook, N.Y.) $ - Atlantic Sun Championship (Pelham, Ala.

2000-01 OVERALL: 13-15, A-SUN: 9-9 HEAD COACH: MELISSA TAKETA

11/18 Davidson L 62-46 11/22 Bethune-Cookman W (OT) 69-66 11/25 Army L 63-57 12/2 at High Point W 60-57 12/3 at Elon L 61-44 12/7 at South Florida L 64-49 12/16 Stetson* L 79-68 12/20 at TX A&M-Corpus C. L 79-52 12/28 Winthrop W 57-52 12/30 College of Charleston W 75-67 1/4 Georgia State* L 89-69 1/6 Campbell* L 68-54 1/11 at Samford* L 52-47 1/13 at Jacksonville State* L 64-53 1/18 UCF* W 66-62 1/20 Florida Atlantic* W 69-60 1/25 at Mercer* W (OT) 67-64 1/27 at Troy State* W 63-46 2/1 Mercer* W 47-40 2/3 Troy State* W 63-58 2/8 at Florida Atlantic* L 82-45 2/10 at UCF* W 64-57 2/15 Jacksonville State* W 58-50 2/17 Samford* W 60-54 2/22 at Georgia State* L 67-54 2/24 at Campbell* L 72-54 3/3 at Stetson* L 78-55 3/8 vs. Troy State$ L 69-60 * - Atlantic Sun Conference game $ - Atlantic Sun Championship (Orlando, Fla.)

2001-02 OVERALL: 4-23, A-SUN: 3-17 HEAD COACH: MELISSA TAKETA 11/18 Navy 11/21 at Davidson 11/24 at Coll. of Charleston 12/1 at Troy State* 12/3 at Mercer* 12/7 at Florida State 12/16 Elon 12/19 Savannah State 12/30 South Florida 1/2 Florida Atlantic* 1/5 UCF* 1/8 Stetson* 1/12 at Georgia State* 1/14 at Campbell* 1/19 Samford* 1/21 Jacksonville State* 1/26 at Belmont* 1/29 at Stetson* 1/31 Belmont* 2/9 at Jacksonville State* 2/11 at Samford* 2/14 Campbell* 2/16 Georgia State* 2/21 at UCF* 2/23 at Florida Atlantic* 2/28 Mercer* 3/2 Troy State* * - Atlantic Sun Conference game

L L L L L L L W L L L L L L W L L L L L L W L L W L L

75-65 81-43 77-51 85-67 76-52 97-51 57-47 76-44 77-72 94-76 63-40 70-47 90-60 58-51 91-65 67-62 71-49 54-39 64-57 67-62 55-54 72-71 67-50 63-52 75-69 64-59 72-54

2002-03 OVERALL: 6-21, A-SUN: 4-12 HEAD COACH: MELISSA TAKETA 11/23 Morris Brown W 80-54 11/29 at UNC Wilmington@ L 71-41 11/30 vs. Charles. Sou.@ L 59-54­­ 12/4 at South Florida L 64-55 12/8 at Navy W 75-73 12/14 College of Charleston L 63-57 12/18 Florida State L 71-51 12/28 Fordham L 65-45 12/30 Long Island L 68-53 1/3 Valparaiso L 76-56 1/9 UCF* L 55-47 1/11 Florida Atlantic* L 58-55 1/13 at Savannah State L 59-42 1/18 at Stetson* L 66-57 1/23 at Mercer* L 70-54 1/25 at Troy State* L 63-44 1/30 Gardner-Webb* W 62-59 2/1 Campbell* W 64-54 2/6 at Belmont* L 58-37 2/8 Samford* W 52-41 2/13 at Jacksonville State* L 64-51 2/15 at Georgia State* L 68-35 2/20 Troy State* L 66-58 2/22 Mercer* W 60-59 3/1 Stetson* L 71-65 3/6 at Florida Atlantic* L 78-54 3/8 at UCF* L 60-46 * - Atlantic Sun Conference game @ - Wilmington Riverside Classic - (Wilmington, N.C.)

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2003-04 OVERALL: 3-24, A-SUN: 1-19 HEAD COACH: MELISSA TAKETA 11/21 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 11/23 Birmingham Southern 11/29 at Charleston Southern 12/7 Eastern Illinois 12/13 Samford 12/17 Stetson* 12/20 at Fordham 12/29 UNC-Asheville 1/3 Florida Atlantic* 1/5 UCF* 1/8 at Belmont* 1/10 at Lipscomb* 1/15 at Troy State* 1/22 Georgia State* 1/24 Mercer* 1/29 at Campbell* 1/31 at Gardner-Webb* 2/5 at Stetson* 2/7 Campbell* 2/9 Gardner-Webb* 2/12 at Mercer* 2/14 at Georgia State* 2/19 Troy State* 2/26 Lipscomb* 2/28 Belmont* 3/04 at UCF* 3/6 at Florida Atlantic* * - Atlantic Sun Conference game

W L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L (OT) L L L L W L L L L

82-54 58-46 80-61 66-56 64-56 72-55 69-57 64-49 80-43 67-46 81-64 76-63 66-61 90-48 64-51 71-49 70-50 62-57 64-63 70-65 66-53 75-55 56-52 67-54 78-74 79-58 78-66

2004-05 OVERALL: 6-21, A-SUN: 3-17 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN 11/19 at Samford 11/21 at Birmingham-South. 11/27 at South Carolina 11/29 at Gardner-Webb* 12/4 at Campbell* 12/11 at Bethune-Cookman 12/18 Navy 12/20 at Eastern Illinois 12/31 Charleston Southern 1/6 Mercer* 1/8 Georgia State* 1/15 at Troy* 1/20 at Lipscomb* 1/22 at Belmont* 1/27 Florida Atlantic* 1/29 UCF* 2/2 at Stetson* 2/5 at Florida Atlantic* 2/7 at UCF* 2/10 Belmont* 2/12 Lipscomb* 2/15 Stetson* 2/17 Troy* 2/24 at Georgia State* 2/26 at Mercer* 3/3 Gardner-Webb* 3/5 Campbell* * - Atlantic Sun Conference game

L W L L L W W L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L (ot) W L L W L

61-46 61-52 79-54 64-53 64-63 65-62 63-59 62-51 65-59 65-54 82-52 79-65 84-66 88-73 68-54 67-59 68-59 89-77 68-49 72-65 66-52 67-62 60-56 73-65 60-48 60-55 58-54


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 2005-06 OVERALL: 10-18, A-SUN: 7-13 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN 11/18 at UNC Asheville^ L 11/19 vs. Norfolk State^ L 11/23 at USF L 11/26 at Savannah State W 12/3 at Florida Atlantic* L 12/12 Savannah State W 12/19 Central Michigan L 12/29 Bethune-Cookman W 1/2 at North Florida* L 1/5 Kennesaw State* L 1/7 ETSU* L 1/12 at Gardner-Webb* L 1/14 at Campbell* L 1/19 Mercer* L 1/21 Stetson* W 1/26 at Belmont* L 1/28 at Lipscomb* L 2/2 Campbell* W 2/4 Gardner-Webb* W 2/9 at ETSU* L 2/11 at Kennesaw State* W 2/16 Florida Atlantic* L 2/20 UNF* W 2/23 Lipscomb* W 2/25 Belmont* L 3/2 at Mercer* L 3/4 at Stetson* W 3/9 vs Florida Atlantic$ L * - Atlantic Sun Conference game ^ - UNC Asheville Tournament $- Atlantic Sun Championship (Dothan, Ala.)

2007-08 OVERALL: 23-9, A-SUN: 14-4 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN 65-47 79-68 98-60 68-48 74-71 70-55 66-54 69-40 64-51 66-60 84-72 64-52 85-69 66-59 71-59 72-56 70-58 63-55 65-53 74-53 66-63 62-59 56-51 78-46 66-59 76-64 75-70 74-61

2006-07 OVERALL: 21-9, A-SUN: 14-4 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN 11/13 at Charleston Southern W 11/17 South Carolina State. W 11/21 UCF W 11/25 Charleston Southern W 11/30 at Lipscomb* L 12/2 at Belmont* L 12/10 at  Georgia Tech L 12/13 at Georgia Southern L 12/16 at Bethune-Cookman W 12/18 Nigara L 12/20 at USF L 12/30 Florida A&M W 1/4 Gardner-Webb* W 1/6 Campbell* W 1/13 UNF* W 1/18 at Kennesaw State* W 1/20 at ETSU* L 1/25 Stetson* W 1/27 Mercer* W 2/1 at Gardner-Webb* L 2/3 at Campbell* W 2/10 at North Florida* W 2/15 ETSU W 2/17 Kennesaw State* W 2/22 at Mercer* W 2/24 at Stetson* W 3/1 Belmont* W 3/3 Lipscomb* W 3/8 vs. Stetson$ W 3/9 vs. ETSU$ L * - Atlantic Sun Conference game $- Atlantic Sun Championship (Dothan, Ala.)

105-66 66-56 61-50 74-71 64-61 72-58 79-57 76-69 57-51 73-69 72-60 57-53 62-47 63-55 56-42 71-67 68-61 60-55 58-47 75-64 63-59 67-52 83-79 74-57 64-57 66-59 65-58 69-59 74-61 78-72

11/9 Georgia Southern W 11/13 at Miami (Fla.) W 11/16 Bethune-Cookman W 11/19 at UCF L 11/23 vs. UMASS^ W 11/24 vs. Winthrop^ L 11/28 Florida W 12/2 Lehigh W 12/6 at Florida A&M L 12/8 Coastal Carolina W 12/18 at Buffalo W 12/20 at Niagara W 12/29 at South Carolina State W 1/5 FGCU* W 1/7 Stetson* W 1/12 at Mercer* W 1/14 at Kennesaw State* W 1/19 at UNF* W 1/25 at USC Upstate* W 1/28 ETSU* L 2/2 Gardner-Webb* W 2/4 Campbell* W 2/9 at Lipscomb* W 2/11 at Belmont* L 2/16 UNF* W 2/23 Kennesaw State* L (OT) 2/25 Mercer* W 2/28 at FGCU* L 3/1 at Stetson* L 3/5 vs. Stetson$ W 3/7 vs. Gardner-Webb$ W 3/8 vs. ETSU$ L ^ - Lady Pirate Invitational (Greenville, N.C.) * - Atlantic Sun Conference game $- Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn.)

72-58 72-64 76-45 80-72 72-68 50-49 75-64 80-60 66-57 56-48 71-67 63-59 61-58 62-58 77-60 74-60 61-53 53-38 66-65 80-74 84-53 70-57 61-48 81-74 63-50 75-71 84-66 75-59 60-57 61-47 68-57 75-72

2008-09 OVERALL: 19-13, A-SUN: 13-7 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN

11/17 11/20 11/22 11/25 11/28 12/4 12/6 12/15 12/19 12/20 12/30 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/17 1/22 1/24 1/29 1/31 2/5 2/7 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/26 2/28 3/4

at Florida FIU at Coastal Carolina George Mason Kansas State Belmont* Lipscomb* UCF vs. SMU^ vs. IUPUI^ at South Carolina at ETSU* at USC Upstate* Mercer* Kennesaw State* at UNF* at Campbell* at FGCU* at Stetson* ETSU* USC Upstate* at Kennesaw State* at Mercer* Campbell* UNF* Stetson* FGCU* at Lipscomb* at Belmont* vs. Lipscomb$

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L W L W L L W L W W L L W W W W W L W L L W W W W W L W L W

74-51 51-43 63-44 69-49 53-43 51-45 63-57 75-71 67-65 59-56 58-50 86-77 78-58 78-60 70-56 61-42 72-57 64-56 66-43 65-54 69-64 69-64 61-57 73-51 64-56 67-51 68-67 71-42 45-43 63-51

3/6 vs. Belmont& W 51-49 3/8 vs. ETSU& L 58-52 ^ - San Padre Island Shootout (San Padre Island, Texas) * - Atlantic Sun Conference game $- Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn.)

2009-10 OVERALL: 10-20, A-SUN: 8-12 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN 11/13 at Wake Forest L 11/17 at Florida International L 11/20 Florida Tech W 11/23 at George Mason L 11/25 at Howard L 12/2 UCF L 12/13 at USF L 12/19 at Campbell* L 12/21 at ETSU* L 12/30 at Florida L 1/2 Mercer* W 1/4 Kennesaw State* W 1/7 at Stetson* L 1/9 at FGCU* L 1/14 Lipscomb* W 1/16 Belmont* L 1/18 UNF* W (ot) 1/23 USC Upstate* L 1/27 at UNF* L 2/1 at USC Upstate* L 2/6 at Belmont* W 2/8 at Lipscomb* W 2/11 FGCU* L 2/13 Stetson* W 2/18 at Kennesaw State* L 2/20 at Mercer* L 2/25 Campbell* W 2/27 ETSU* L 3/4 vs. #3 Campbell$ W 3/5 vs. #7 UNF$ L * - Atlantic Sun Conference game $- Atlantic Sun Championship (Macon, Ga.)

64-47 67-41 77-53 57-49 58-42 84-68 76-64 74-63 77-72 80-54 72-57 67-55 68-62 73-66 66-48 74-53 64-58 79-72 58-50 62-49 54-44 62-43 63-55 61-47 65-62 63-46 63-57 79-70 52-46 50-46

2010-11 OVERALL: 15-17, A-SUN: 8-12 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN

11/12 11/17 11/21 11/23 11/27 12/2 12/4 12/13 12/17 12/20 12/30 1/3 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/17 1/22 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/14 2/18 2/20

at USF FAU Georgia Southern HOWARD at Hampton Stetson * FGCU* FIU Wake Forest at UCF Long Island at Campbell* at Lipscomb* at Belmont* ETSU* USC Upstate* at Kennesaw State* at Mercer* at UNF* Campbell* Belmont* Lipscomb* UNF* at USC Upstate* at ETSU* Kennesaw State* Mercer*

L W W W W W L L W L L L L W L W L W (ot) L L W W L L L W W

82-77 78-66 72-56 60-52 49-42 76-61 98-47 66-59 72-66 92-59 69-59 77-65 74-69 70-60 69-62 87-75 71-69 80-78 58-44 65-63 68-57 74-59 55-49 72-68 75-65 65-60 64-61


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 2/24 at FGCU* L 2/26 at Stetson* L 3/3 vs. #4 UNF$ W 3/4 vs. #1 ETSU$ W 3/5 vs. #2 Stetson$ L * - Atlantic Sun Conference game $- Atlantic Sun Championship (Macon, Ga.)

64-59 69-51 56-52 61-59 69-50

2011-12 OVERALL: 15-17, A-SUN: 8-12 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN

02/09 at Kennesaw State*    L   2/11    at Mercer*    L   2/16    NORTH FLORIDA*    W   2/23    ETSU*    W (OT)   2/25    USC UPSTATE*    W   2/28    at Lipscomb*    W   3/2    at Northern Kentucky*    L (OT)   3/7    at Mercer#  L   * - Atlantic Sun Conference game $- Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.)

11/11 at FIU L 63-37 11/14 Florida A&M L 78-59 11/19 Hampton L 68-55 11/23 at NC State L 80-42 11/25 at Wake Forest L 83-54 11/29 at Savannah State L (OT) 67-64 12/3 at UNF* L 51-36 12/11 at Bowling Green L 83-53 12/15 Jacksonville State W 87-74 12/18 vs. East Carolina# L 70-64 12/21 at Georgia Southern L 52-46 12/29 South Carolina State W 68-67 1/2 Lipscomb* W (OT) 81-75 1/4 Belmont* W 57-50 1/7 at Stetson* L (2OT) 93-86 1/9 at FGCU* L 74-51 1/12 USC Upstate* W 80-72 1/14 ETSU* W 70-44 1/19 at Mercer* W 76-65 1/21 at Kennesaw State* L 78-64 1/26 at Lipscomb* L 68-64 1/28 at Belmont* L 68-62 2/2 Stetson* L 73-63 2/4 FGCU* L 70-60 2/9 at ETSU* W 88-82 2/11 at USC Upstate* W 74-64 2/16 Kennesaw State* L 66-62 2/18 Mercer* W 84-78 2/25 UNF* L 46-44 3/1 vs. #3 Belmont$ W 62-58 3/2 vs. #2 Stetson$ L 67-60 * - Atlantic Sun Conference game # - Game played in Myrtle Beach, S.C. $- Atlantic Sun Championship (Macon, Ga.)

2012-13 OVERALL: 11-19, A-SUN: 7-11 HEAD COACH: JILL DUNN

11/9  FAMUW    L   11/12  BETHUNE-COOKMAN    W   11/18   at FAU    L   11/21   VERMONT    W   11/25  at Jacksonville State    W   11/28   at South Carolina State    L   12/02   at Clemson    L   12/8  USF    L   12/16   SAVANNAH STATE    W   12/18   TROY    L (OT) 12/22  at Auburn    L   12/31  NORTHERN KENTUCKY*    W   1/2   LIPSCOMB*    W   1/5   at Florida Gulf Coast*   L   1/07  at Stetson*    L   1/12    MERCER*    L   1/14  KENNESAW STATE*    W   1/19   at North Florida*    L   1/26  at USC Upstate*    L   1/28   at ETSU*    L   2/2    FGCU*    L   2/4    STETSON*    L  

69-72 68-54   79-96   78-67   72-69   45-68   58-87   52-92   72-60   83-88   49-85   65-60   58-45   57-74   56-73   68-72   64-52   63-66   53-72   57-74   49-80   51-72  

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LARGEST WINNING MARGIN 39 at Charleston Southern (105-66) 11/13/06 32 vs. Savannah State (76-44) 12/19/01 vs. Lipscomb (78-46) 2/23/06 31 vs. Gardner-Webb (84-53) 2/2/08 vs. Bethune-Cookman (76-45) 11/16/07 30 vs. Bethune-Cookman (83-53) 12/28/99 29 at Lipscomb (71-42) 2/26/09 vs. Bethune-Cookman (69-40) 12/29/05 28 vs. Puerto Rico-Mayaguez (82-54) 11/21/03 26 vs. ETSU (70-44) 1/14/12 vs. Samford (91-65) 1/19/02 24 vs. Florida Tech (77-53) 11/20/09 23 at Stetson (66-43) 1/24/09 22 vs. Campbell (73-51) 2/12/09

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN, HOME 32 vs. Savannah State (76-44) 12/19/01 vs. Lipscomb (78-46) 2/23/06 31 vs. Gardner-Webb (84-53) 2/2/08 vs. Bethune-Cookman (76-45) 11/16/07 29 vs. Bethune-Cookman (69-40) 12/29/05 28 vs. Puerto Rico-Mayaguez (82-54) 11/21/03 26 vs. ETSU (70-44) 1/14/12 vs. Samford (91-65) 1/19/02 24 vs. Florida Tech (77-53) 11/20/09 22 vs. Campbell (73-51) 2/12/09 20 vs. Lehigh (80-60) 12/2/07 vs. George Mason (69-49) 11/25/08 18 vs. Lipscomb (66-48) 1/14/10 vs. Mercer (78-60) 1/8/09 vs. Mercer (84-66) 2/25/08 17 vs. Stetson (77-60) 1/7/08 vs. Kennesaw State (74-57) 2/17/07 LARGEST WINNING MARGIN, ROAD 39 at Charleston Southern (105-66) 11/13/06 30 vs. Bethune-Cookman (83-53) 12/28/99 29 at Lipscomb (71-42) 2/26/09 23 at Stetson (66-43) 1/24/09 20 at USC Upstate (78-58) 1/5/09 at Savannah State (68-48) 11/26/05 19 at Lipscomb (62-43) 2/8/10 at UNF (61-42) 1/15/09 17 at Troy State (63-46) 1/27/01 15 at Campbell (72-57) 1/17/09 at UNF (53-38) 1/19/08 at UNF (67-52) 2/10/07 14 vs. Stetson (61-47) 3/5/08 at Mercer (74-60) 1/12/08 13 at Lipscomb (61-48) 2/9/08 vs. Stetson (74-61) 3/8/07 at Stetson (79-63) 2/5/00 LARGEST LOSING MARGIN 51 vs. FGCU (47-98) 12/5/10 46 at Florida State (51-97) 12/7/01 42 vs. Georgia State (48-90) 1/22/04 38 at N.C. State (42-80) 11/23/11 at USF (60-98) 11/23/05 at Davidson (43-81) 11/21/01 37 vs. Florida Atlantic (43-80) 1/3/04 at Florida Atlantic (45-82) 2/8/01 36 vs. Charleston Southern (45-71) 11/27/99 33 at UCF (59-92) 12/10/10 at Georgia State (35-68) 2/15/03 30 at Bowling Green State (53-83) 12/11/11 Georgia State (52-82) 1/8/05 at UNC Wilmington (41-71) 11/29/02 at Georgia State (60-90) 1/12/02 29 at Wake Forest (54-83) 11/25/11 at College of Charleston (27-56) 11/26/99 28 at Stetson (55-78) 3/3/01 LARGEST LOSING MARGIN, HOME 51 vs. FGCU (47-98) 12/5/10 42 vs. Georgia State (48-90) 1/22/04 37 vs. Florida Atlantic (43-80) 1/3/04 36 vs. Charleston Southern (45-71) 11/27/99 30 vs. Georgia State (52-82) 1/8/05 23 vs. Stetson (47-70) 1/8/02 vs. UCF (40-63) 1/5/02 21 vs. Belmont (53-74) 1/16/10 vs. UCF (46-67) 1/5/04 20 vs. Fordham (45-65) 12/28/02 vs. Florida State (51-71) 12/18/02

18 17

vs. Georgia State (69-89) vs. Troy State (54-72) vs. Florida Atlantic (76-94) vs. Georgia State (67-50) vs. USF (44-61)

1/4/01 3/2/02 1/2/02 2/16/02 12/15/99

LARGEST LOSING MARGIN, ROAD 46 at Florida State (51-97) 12/7/01 38 at N.C. State (42-80) 11/23/11 at USF (60-98) 11/23/05 at Davidson (43-81) 11/21/01 37 at Florida Atlantic (45-82) 2/8/01 33 at UCF (59-92) 12/10/10 at Georgia State (35-68) 2/15/03 30 at Bowling Green State (53-83) 12/11/11 at UNC Wilmington (41-71) 11/29/02 at Georgia State (60-90) 1/12/02 29 at Wake Forest (54-83) 11/25/11 at College of Charleston (27-56) 11/26/99 28 at Stetson (55-78) 3/3/01 27 at Samford (61-88) 1/8/99 26 at FIU (37-63) 11/11/11 at FIU (41-67) 11/17/09 at Coll. of Charleston (51-77) 11/24/01 25 at South Carolina (54-79) 11/27/04 LONGEST WINNING STREAK 10 Began vs. Coastal Carolina (56-48) 12/8/07 Ended vs. ETSU (74-80) 1/24/08 SINGLE-SEASON WINNING STREAK 10 Began vs. Coastal Carolina (56-48) 12/8/07 Ended vs. ETSU (74-80) 1/24/08 SEASON- OPENING WINNING STREAK 4 Began at Charleston Southern (105-66) 11/13/06 Ended at Lipscomb (61-64) 11/30/06 LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAK 17 Began vs. Florida A&M (57-53) 12/30/06 Ended vs. ETSU (74-80) 1/24/08 LONGEST ROAD WINNING STREAK 7 Began at Buffalo (71-67) 12/18/07 Ended at Belmont (74-81) 2/11/08 OVERTIME WINNING STREAK 2 Began vs. UNF (64-58, OT) 1/18/10 Ended at Savannah State (64-67) 11/29/11 LONGEST LOSING STREAK 18 Began vs. Samford (56-64) 12/13/03 Ended vs. Troy State (56-52) 2/19/04 SINGLE-SEASON LOSING STREAK 18 Began vs. Samford (56-64) 12/13/03 Ended vs. Troy State (56-52) 2/19/04 SEASON-OPENING LOSING STREAK 8 (2x) Began at FIU (37-63) 11/11/11 Ended vs. Jacksonville State (87-74) 12/15/12 Began at Winthrop (49-56) 11/21/99 Ended vs. Bethune-Cookman (83-53) 12/28/99 LONGEST HOME LOSING STREAK 9 Began vs. Samford (56-64) 12/13/03 Ended vs. Troy State (56-52) 2/19/04 LONGEST ROAD LOSING STREAK 22 Began at Savannah State (59-42) 1/13/03 Ended at Birmingham Southern (61-52) 11/21/04 OVERTIME LOSING STREAK 3 Began at Stetson (57-62, OT) 2/5/03 Ended vs. UNF (64-58, OT) 1/18/10 VICTORIES Season: 23 2007-08 20-WIN SEASONS (TWICE) 2006-07: 21-9 2007-08 23-9

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ARMY (ARMY LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 25, 2000 L 63-57 H

CENTRAL MICHIGAN (CMU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 19, 2005 L 66-54 H

AUBURN (AUBURN LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 22, 2012 L 85-49 A BELMONT (BU LEADS, 15-7) Jan. 26, 2002 L 71-49 A Jan. 31, 2002 L 64-57 H Feb. 6, 2003 L 58-37 A Jan. 8, 2004 L 81-64 A Feb. 28, 2004 L 78-74 H Jan. 22, 2005 L 88-73 A Feb. 10, 2005 L 72-65 H Jan. 26, 2006 L 72-56 A Feb. 25, 2006 L 66-59 H Dec. 12, 2006 L 72-58 A Mar. 3, 2007 W 65-58 H Feb. 11, 2008 L 81-74 A Dec. 4, 2008 L 51-45 H Feb. 28, 2009 L 45-43 A Mar. 6, 2009 W 51-49 N Jan. 16, 2010 L 74-53 H Feb. 6, 2010 W 54-44 A Jan. 10, 2011 W 70-60 A Feb. 3, 2011 W 68-57 H Jan. 4, 2012 W 57-50 H Jan. 28, 2012 L 68-62 A Mar. 1, 2012 W 62-58 N

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (CSU LEADS, 4-2) Nov. 27, 1999 L 71-45 N Nov. 30, 2002 L 59-54 N Nov. 29, 2003 L 80-61 A Dec. 31, 2004 L 65-59 H Nov. 13, 2006 W 105-66 A Nov. 25, 2006 W 74-71 H

BETHUNE-COOKMAN (JU LEADS, 7-0) Dec. 28, 1999 W 83-53 N Nov. 22, 2000 W, OT 69-66 H Dec. 11, 2004 W 65-62 A Dec. 29, 2005 W 69-40 H Dec. 16, 2006 W 57-51 A Nov. 16, 2007 W 76-45 A Nov. 12, 2012 W 68-54 H BIRMINGHAM- SOUTHERN (TIED, 1-1) Nov. 23, 2003 L 58-46 H Nov. 21, 2004 W 61-52 A BOWLING GREEN STATE (BGSU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 11, 2011 L 83-53 A BUFFALO (JU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 18, 2007 W 71-67 A CAMPBELL (CU LEADS, 13-10) Dec. 4, 1999 L 67-58 H Mar. 2, 2000 L 64-49 A Jan. 6, 2001 L 68-54 H Feb. 24, 2001 L 72-54 A Jan. 14, 2002 L 58-51 A Feb. 14, 2002 W 72-71 H Feb. 1, 2003 W 64-54 H Jan. 29, 2004 L 71-49 A Feb. 7, 2004 L 64-63 H Dec. 4, 2004 L 64-63 A Mar. 5, 2005 L 58-54 H Jan. 14, 2006 L 85-69 A Feb. 2, 2006 W 63-55 H Jan. 6, 2007 W 63-55 H Feb. 3, 2007 W 63-59 A Feb.4, 2008 W 70-57 H Jan. 17, 2009 W 72-57 A Feb. 12, 2009 W 73-51 H Dec. 19, 2010 L 74-63 A Feb. 25, 2010 W 63-57 H Mar. 4, 2010 W 52-46 N Jan. 3, 2011 L 77-65 A Jan. 31, 2011 L 65-63 H

CLEMSON (CLEMSON LEADS 1-0) Dec. 2, 2012 L 87-58 A COASTAL CAROLINA (TIED, 1-1) Dec. 8, 2007 W 56-48 H Nov. 22, 2008 L 63-44 A COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (CofC LEADS, 3-1) Nov. 26, 1999 L 56-27 A Dec. 30, 2000 W 75-67 H Nov. 24, 2001 L 77-51 A Dec. 14, 2002 L 63-57 H COLUMBUS STATE(JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 4, 2012 W 76-61 H DAVIDSON (DC LEADS, 2-0) Nov. 18, 2000 L 62-46 H Nov. 21, 2001 L 81-43 A EAST CAROLINA (ECU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 18, 2011 L 70-64 N EASTERN ILLINOIS (TIED, 1-1) Dec. 7, 2003 W 66-56 H Dec. 20, 2004 L 62-51 A EAST TENNESSEE STATE (ETSU LEADS, 14-5) Jan. 7, 2006 L 84-72 H Feb. 9, 2006 L 74-53 A Jan. 20, 2007 L 68-61 A Feb. 15, 2007 W 83-79 H Mar. 9, 2007 L 78-72 N Jan. 28, 2008 L 80-74 H Mar. 8, 2008 L 75-72 N Jan. 3, 2009 L 86-77 A Jan. 29, 2009 L 65-54 H Mar. 8, 2009 L 58-52 N Dec. 21, 2009 L 77-72 A Feb. 27, 2010 L 79-70 H Jan. 15, 2011 L 69-62 H Feb. 14, 2011 L 75-65 A Mar. 4, 2011 W 61-59 N Jan. 14, 2012 W 70-44 H Feb. 9, 2012 W 88-82 A Jan. 28, 2013 L 54-57 A Feb. 23, 2013 W, OT 90-81 H

Dec. 6, 2007 Nov. 14, 2011 Nov. 9, 2012

L L L

66-57 68-55 72-69

A A H

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (FAU LEADS, 14-3) Jan 13, 2000 L 76-68 H Feb. 19, 2000 L 83-71 A Jan. 20,2001 W 69-60 H Feb 8, 2001 L 82-45 A Jan. 2, 2002 L 94-76 H Feb. 23, 2002 W 75-69 A Jan. 11, 2003 L 58-55 H Mar. 6, 2003 L 78-54 A Jan. 3, 2004 L 80-43 H Mar. 6, 2004 L 78-66 A Jan. 27, 2005 L 68-54 H Feb. 5, 2005 L 89-77 A Dec. 3, 2005 L 74-71 A Feb 16, 2006 L 62-59 H Mar. 9, 2006 L 74-61 N Nov. 17, 2010 W 78-66 H Nov. 18, 2012 L 96-79 A FLORIDA GULF COAST (FGCU LEADS, 11-1) Jan. 5, 2008 W 62-58 H Feb. 28, 2008 L 75-59 A Jan 22, 2009 L 64-56 A Feb. 21, 2009 L 68-67 H Jan. 9, 2010 L 73-66 H Feb. 11, 2010 L 63-55 A Dec. 4, 2010 L 98-47 H Feb. 24, 2011 L 64-59 A Jan. 9, 2012 L 74-51 A Feb. 4, 2012 L 70-60 H Jan. 5, 2013 L 74-57 A Feb. 2, 2013 L 80-49 H FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (FIU LEADS, 3-1) Nov. 20, 2009 W 51-43 H Nov. 17, 2009 L 67-41 A Dec. 13, 2010 L 66-59 H Nov. 11, 2011 L 63-37 A FLORIDA STATE (FSU LEADS, 2-0) Dec. 7, 2001 L 97-51 A Dec. 18, 2002 L 71-51 H FLORIDA TECH (JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 20, 2009 W 77-53 H

ELON (ELON LEADS, 2-0) Dec. 3, 2001 L 61-44 A Dec. 16, 2001 L 57-47 H

GARDNER- WEBB (JU LEADS, 6-5) Jan. 30, 2003 W 62-59 H Jan 31, 2004 L 70-50 A Feb. 9, 2004 L 70-65 H Nov 29, 2004 L 64-53 A Mar. 3, 2005 W 60-55 H Jan. 12, 2006 L 64-52 A Feb.4, 2006 W 65-53 H Jan. 4, 2007 W 62-47 H Feb. 1, 2007 L 75-64 A Feb. 2, 2008 W 84-53 H Mar. 7, 2008 W 68-57 N

FORDHAM (FU LEADS, 2-0) Dec. 28, 2002 L 65-45 H Dec. 20, 2003 L 69-57 A

GEORGE MASON (TIED, 1-1) Nov. 25, 2008 W 69-49 H Nov. 23, 2009 L 57-49 A

FLORIDA (UF LEADS, 2-1) Nov. 28, 2007 W 75-64 H Nov. 17, 2008 L 74-51 A Dec. 30, 2009 L 80-54 A FLORIDA A&M (FAMU LEADS, 3-1) Dec. 30, 2006 W 57-53 H

GEORGIA STATE (GSU, 11-0) Feb. 12, 2000 L 47-45 H Mar. 5, 2000 L 77-60 A Jan. 4, 2001 L 89-69 H Feb. 22, 2001 L 67-54 A

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Jan. 12, 2002 Feb. 16, 2002 Feb. 15, 2003 Jan. 22, 2004 Feb. 14, 2004 Jan. 8, 2005 Feb. 24, 2005

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90-60 67-50 68-35 90-48 75-55 82-52 73-56

A H A H A H A

GEORGIA SOUTHERN (TIED, 2-2) Dec. 13, 2006 L 79-69 A Nov. 9, 2007 W 72-58 H Nov. 21, 2010 W 72-56 H Dec. 21, 2011 L 52-46 A

HAMPTON (JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 27, 2010 W 49-42 A HIGH POINT (TIED, 1-1) Dec. 19, 1999 L 44-43 H Dec. 2, 2000 W 60-57 A HOWARD (TIED, 1-1) Nov. 25, 2009 L 58-42 A Nov. 23, 2010 W 60-52 H IUPUI (JU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 20, 2008 W 59-56 N JACKSONVILLE STATE (JSU LEADS, 7-3) Jan. 6, 2000 L 70-56 A Feb. 26, 2000 L 61-57 H Mar. 8, 2000 L 71-62 N Jan. 13, 2001 L 64-53 A Feb. 15, 2001 W 58-50 H Jan. 21, 2002 L 67-62 H Feb. 9, 2002 L 67-62 A Feb. 13, 2002 L 64-51 A Dec. 14, 2011 W 87-74 H Nov. 25, 2012 W 72-69 A KANSAS STATE (KSU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 28, 2008 L 53-43 H

LEHIGH (JU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 2, 2007 W 80-60 H LIPSCOMB (JU LEADS, 12-8) Jan. 10, 2004 L 76-63 A Feb. 26, 2004 L 67-54 H Jan. 20, 2005 L 84-66 A Feb. 12, 2005 L 66-52 H Jan. 28, 2006 L 70-58 A Feb. 23, 2006 W 78-46 H Nov. 30, 2006 L 64-61 A Mar. 3, 2007 W 69-59 H

W 61-48 W 63-57 W 71-42 W 63-51 W 66-48 W 62-43 L 74-69 W 74-59 W, OT 81-75 L 68-64 W 58-45 W 67-55

A H A N H A A H H A H A

LONG ISLAND (LIU LEADS, 2-0) Dec. 30, 2002 L 68-53 H Dec. 30, 2010 L 69-59 H

GEORGIA TECH (GT LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 10, 2006 L 79-57 A

KENNESAW STATE (JU LEADS, 9-7) Jan. 5, 2006 L 66-60 H Feb. 11, 2006 W 66-63 A Jan. 18, 2007 W 71-67 A Feb. 17, 2007 W 74-57 H Jan. 14, 2008 W 61-53 A Feb. 23, 2008 L, OT 75-71 H Jan. 10, 2009 W 70-56 H Feb. 5, 2009 W 69-64 A Jan. 4, 2010 W 67-55 H Feb. 18, 2010 L 65-62 A Jan. 22, 2011 L 71-69 A Feb. 18, 2011 W 65-60 H Jan. 21, 2012 L 78-64 A Feb. 16, 2012 L 66-62 A Jan. 14, 2013 W 64-52 H Feb. 9, 2013 L 57-51 A

Feb. 9, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Feb. 26, 2009 Mar. 4, 2009 Jan. 14, 2010 Feb. 8, 2010 Jan. 8, 2011 Feb. 5, 2011 Jan. 2, 2012 Jan. 26, 2012 Jan. 22, 2013 Feb. 28, 2013

MERCER (JU LEADS, 18-11) Jan. 22, 2000 L 62-45 A Feb. 10, 2000 W 57-53 H Jan. 25, 2001 W, OT 67-64 A Feb. 1, 2001 W 47-40 H Dec. 3, 2001 L 76-52 A Feb 28, 2002 L 64-59 H Jan. 23, 2003 L 70-54 A Feb. 22, 2003 W 60-59 H Jan. 24, 2004 L 64-51 H Feb. 12, 2004 L 66-53 A Jan. 6, 2005 L 65-54 H Feb. 26, 2005 L 60-48 A Jan 19, 2006 L 66-59 H Mar. 2, 2006 L 76-64 A Jan. 27, 2007 W 58-47 H Feb. 22, 2007 W 64-57 A Jan. 12, 2008 W 74-60 A Feb. 25, 2008 W 84-66 H Jan. 8, 2009 W 78-60 H Feb. 7, 2009 W 61-57 A Jan. 2, 2010 W 72-57 H Feb. 20, 2010 L 63-46 A Jan. 24, 2011 W, OT 80-78 A Feb. 20, 2011 W 64-61 H Jan. 19, 2012 W 76-65 A Feb. 18, 2012 W 84-78 H Jan. 12, 2013 L 72-68 H Feb. 9, 2008 W 61-48 A Dec. 6, 2008 W 63-57 H Feb. 26, 2009 W 71-42 A Mar. 4, 2009 W 63-51 N Jan. 14, 2010 W 66-48 H Feb. 8, 2010 W 62-43 A Jan. 8, 2011 L 74-69 A Feb. 5, 2011 W 74-59 H Jan. 2, 2012 W, OT 81-75 H Jan. 26, 2012 L 68-64 A Jan. 22, 2013 W 58-45 H Feb. 28, 2013 W 67-55 A Feb. 11, 2013 L 68-61 A Mar. 7, 2013 L 63-53 A MIAMI (Fla.) (JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 13, 2007 W 72-64 A MORRIS BROWN (JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 23, 2002 W 80-54 H NAVY (JU LEADS, 2-1) Nov. 18, 2001 L 75-65 H Dec. 8, 2002 W 75-73 A Dec. 18, 2004 W 63-59 H NIAGARA (JU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 20, 2007 W 63-59 N NORTH CAROLINA STATE (NC STATE LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 23, 2011 L 80-42 A

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NORTHERN KENTUCKY (TIED, at 1-1) Dec. 31, 2012 W 65-60 H Mar. 2, 2013 L, OT 76-71 A NORFOLK STATE (NSU LEADS, 2-0) Dec. 27, 1999 L 59-53 N Nov. 19, 2005 L 79-68 N UNF ( JU LEADS, 10-8) Jan. 2, 2006 L 64-51 A Feb. 20, 2006 W 56-51 H Jan. 13, 2007 W 56-42 H Feb. 10, 2007 W 67-52 A Jan. 19, 2008 W 53-38 A Feb. 16, 2008 W 63-50 H Jan. 15, 2009 W 61-42 A Feb. 16, 2008 W 64-56 H Jan. 18, 2010 W, OT 64-58 H Jan. 27, 2010 L 58-50 A Mar. 5, 2010 L 50-46 N Jan. 27, 2011 L 58-44 A Feb. 8, 2011 L 55-49 H Mar. 3, 2011 W 56-52 N Dec. 3, 2011 L 51-36 A Feb. 25, 2012 L 46-44 H Jan. 9, 2013 L 66-63 A Feb. 16, 2013 W 57-55 H PUERTO RICO-MAYAGUEZ (JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 21, 2003 W 82-54 H SAMFORD (SU LEADS, 6-3) Jan. 8, 2000 L 88-61 A Feb. 24, 2000 L 61-53 H Jan. 11, 2001 L 52-47 A Feb. 17, 2001 W 60-54 H Jan. 19, 2002 W 91-56 H Feb. 11, 2002 L 55-54 A Feb. 8, 2003 W 52-41 H Dec. 13, 2003 L 64-56 H Nov. 19, 2004 L 61-46 A SAVANNAH STATE (JU LEADS, 4-2) Dec. 19, 2001 W 76-44 H Jan. 13, 2003 L 59-42 A Nov. 26, 2005 W 68-48 A Dec. 12, 2005 W 70-55 H Nov. 29, 2011 L, OT 67-64 A Dec. 16, 2013 W 72-60 H SOUTH CAROLINA (SC LEADS, 2-0) Nov. 27, 2004 L 79-54 A Dec. 30, 2008 L 58-50 A SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (JU LEADS, 3-1) Nov. 17, 2006 W 66-56 H Dec. 29, 2007 W 61-58 A Dec. 29, 2011 W 68-67 H Nov. 28, 2012 L 68-45 A SOUTH FLORIDA (USF LEADS, 8-0) Dec. 15, 1999 L 61-44 H Dec. 7, 2000 L 64-49 A Dec. 30, 2001 L 77-72 H Dec. 4, 2002 L 64-55 A Nov. 23, 2005 L 98-60 A Dec. 20, 2006 L 72-60 A Dec. 13, 2009 L 76-64 A Nov. 12, 2010 L 82-77 A Dec. 8, 2012 L 92-52 H SOUTHERN METHODIST (JU LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 19, 2008 W 67-65 N


JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE STETSON (SU LEADS, 19-13) Jan. 27, 2000 W 55-49 H Feb. 5, 2000 W 79-63 A Dec. 16, 2000 L 79-68 H Mar. 3, 2001 L 78-55 A Jan. 8, 2002 L 70-47 H Jan. 27, 2002 L 54-39 A Jan. 18, 2003 L 66-57 A Mar. 1, 2003 L 71-65 H Dec. 17, 2003 L 72-55 H Feb. 5, 2004 L, OT 62-57 A Feb. 2, 2005 L 68-59 A Feb. 15, 2005 L 67-62 H Jan. 21, 2006 W 71-59 H Mar. 4, 2006 W 75-70 A Jan. 25, 2007 W 60-55 H Feb. 24, 2007 W 66-59 A Mar. 8, 2007 W 74-61 N Jan. 7, 2008 W 77-60 H Mar. 1, 2008 L 60-57 A Mar. 5, 2008 W 61-47 N Jan. 24, 2009 W 66-43 A Feb. 19, 2009 W 67-51 H Jan. 7, 2010 L 68-62 A Feb. 13, 2010 W 61-47 H Dec. 2, 2010 W 76-61 H Feb. 26, 2011 L 69-51 A Mar. 5, 2011 L 69-50 N Jan. 7, 2012 L, 2OT 93-86 A Feb. 2, 2012 L 73-63 H Mar. 2, 2012 L 67-60 N Jan. 7, 2013 L 73-56 A Feb. 4, 2013 L 72-51 H TEXAS A&M-CC (TAMCC LEADS, 1-0) Dec. 31, 1999 L 81-65 H TROY (TU LEADS, 10-4) Jan. 20, 2000 L 74-62 A Feb. 12, 2000 L 63-54 H Jan. 27, 2001 W 63-46 A Feb. 3, 2001 W 63-58 H Mar. 8, 2001 L 69-60 N Dec. 1, 2001 L 85-67 A Mar. 2, 2002 L 72-54 H Jan. 25, 2003 L 63-44 A Feb. 20, 2003 L 66-58 H Jan. 15, 2004 L 66-61 A Feb. 19, 2004 W 56-52 H Jan. 15, 2005 L 79-65 A Feb. 17, 2005 W 60-56 H Dec. 18, 2012 L, OT 88-83 H

UNC-ASHEVILLE (UNC-A LEADS, 2-0) Dec. 29, 2003 L 64-49 H Nov. 18, 2005 L 65-47 A UNC WILLMINGTON (UNCW LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 29, 2003 L 71-41 A USC UPSTATE (JU LEADS, 6-5) Jan. 25, 2008 W 66-65 A Jan. 5, 2009 W 78-58 A Jan. 31, 2009 L 69-64 H Jan. 23, 2010 L 79-72 H Feb. 1, 2010 L 62-49 A Jan. 17, 2011 W 87-75 H Feb. 12, 2011 L 72-68 A Jan. 12, 2012 W 80-72 H Feb. 11, 2012 W 74-64 A Jan. 26, 2013 L 72-53 A Feb. 25, 2013 W 73-54 H VALPARAISO (VALPO LEADS, 1-0) Jan. 3, 2003 L 76-56 H VERMONT (JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 21, 2012 W 78-67 H WAKE FOREST (WFU LEADS, 2-1) Nov. 13, 2009 L 64-47 A Dec. 17, 2010 W 72-66 H Nov. 25, 2011 L 83-54 A

WINTHROP (WU LEADS, 2-1) Nov. 21, 1999 L 56-49 A Dec. 28, 2000 W 57-52 H Nov. 24, 2007 W 50-49 N WOFFORD (WC LEADS, 1-0) Feb. 3, 2000 L 57-54 H

UCF (UCF LEADS, 11-6) Jan. 15, 2000 W 57-56 H Feb. 17, 2000 W 61-54 A Jan. 18, 2001 W 66-62 H Feb. 10, 2001 W 64-57 A Jan. 5, 2002 L 63-40 H Feb. 21, 2002 L 63-52 A Jan. 9, 2003 L 55-47 H Mar. 8, 2003 L 60-46 A Jan. 5, 2004 L 67-46 H Mar. 4, 2004 L 79-58 A Jan. 29, 2005 W 67-59 H Feb. 7, 2005 L 68-49 A Nov. 21, 2006 W 61-50 H Nov. 19, 2007 L 80-72 A Dec. 15, 2008 L 75-71 H Dec. 2, 2009 L 84-68 H Dec. 20, 2010 L 92-59 A UMASS (JU LEADS, 1-0) Nov. 23, 2007 W 72-68 N

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