#20 • G • VANDERIA SHACKLEFORD
#22 • F • JAQUANA PAULING
HEAD COACH: JENNIFER KING (GUILFORD ‘06)
2004 RECORD AT JWU:
WILDCATS OFFICE PHONE:
ROYAL BLUE & WHITE E-MAIL:
JWU WILDCAT CENTER ASSISTANT COACH:
STANLEY WAKEFIELD, JR.
585 ATHLETIC TRAINER:
TARUN MALIK (DOAN ‘79)
TEAM INFORMATION ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS
FINAL NATIONAL RANKING:
OFFICE PHONE: E-MAIL:
801 W. TRADE ST.
CHARLOTTE, NC 28202 FAX:
USCAA WEB SITE:
HISTORY FIRST YEAR OF BASKETBALL: ALL-TIME RECORD:
ABOUT THE USCAA The USCAA was founded in 1966 as the National Little College Association, primarily to sponsor a national basketball tournament for small colleges and junior colleges. It began adding more sports in the 1970s and 1980s. In 1989, it changed its name to the National Small College Association. It adopted its current name in 2001. Member schools stretch across the country from Maine south to Florida and west to Arizona. The USCAA is a national governing body that provides quality intercollegiate athletic competition on a national level. The USCAA exists to provide small colleges the opportunity to compete against like institutions in size and resource for National Championships and student-athlete recognition. By providing unique services to small colleges, the USCAA allows its members the opportunity to enhance their recruiting capabilities by way of more consistent national recognition and a level playing field for post-season competition. The USCAA sponsors national championship play in Men’s Golf, Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Volleyball, Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Men’s & Women’s Basketball (Divisions I & II), Softball, and Baseball. Football, Wrestling, Track & Field, and Swimming are current emerging sports in the USCAA. Each year, the USCAA awards more than 150 players of the week, 75 All-Tournament awards, 375 All-Americans (1st Team, 2nd Team, and Honorable Mention), and 700 scholar-athletes. We strive to provide first-class events, quality awards, and memories that will last a lifetime for student-athletes across the country. On average, 70% of member institutions compete in one or more national championship each year. As the USCAA has grown in numbers, we have expanded tournaments and made significant developments in the quality of our events. Each USCAA championship is planned to ensure that all participants have a first class experience. We strive to make our championships more than games, but also an experience to remember. The USCAA Basketball National Championships are one of the largest intercollegiate tournaments in the country, featuring 34 teams playing in two men’s and two women’s divisions. All participants are housed at a world-class five-diamond resort. Additionally, USCAA championships are simulcast online via ESPN Radio and live video broadcasts on the USCAA Network. Our membership consists of a group of unique post-secondary institutions. From 2006-2013, USCAA membership grew more than 100%. As growth continues, so to will expansion of sports, divisions, and award opportunities. The USCAA has successfully developed a strong organization of small colleges from diverse backgrounds and offerings. We will continue to serve our mission by accepting small colleges across the country with similar enrollment figures and athletic department resources. The USCAA provides a national setting that traditional and non-traditional institutions can thrive in. The membership is made up of several types of nationally accredited higher education programs. Member institutions offer varying types of degrees.
JENNIFER KING Âˇ HEAD COACH Jennifer King comes to Uptown from Greensboro College where she has served as the Assistant Women's Basketball Coach since 2006. During her tenure, the Pride have posted a record of 182-63, claiming five USA South Regular Season championships, two conference tournament championships, and four appearances in the NCAA tournament, including a Sweet 16 appearance in 2011. Under her watch, the Pride have developed four All-Americans, five Conference Players of the Year, two Conference Freshmen of the Year, 28 All-Conference players, and 49 Academic All-Conference players. As a player, King was a two-sport standout at Guilford College in both basketball and softball. She represented USA Athletics Basketball in 2006 on a tour of Australia's Gold Coast. She has been a member of the Carolina Phoenix Women's Tackle Football Team since 2006, where she has been a five-time All-American and helped lead the team to a national championship in 2013 as a quarterback and free safety. King is an active member of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.
STANLEY WAKEFIELD JR Âˇ ASSISTANT COACH Stanley Wakefield joined Jennifer King's staff at Johnson & Wales in 2016, bringing NCAA D1 experience as both a graduate assistant and as a student manager. Wakefield served as the Graduate Assistant for the University of Miami's women's basketball program in 2012-13, helping the Hurricanes finish 21-11 and earn a berth in the NCAA tournament. While at Miami, Wakefield was tasked with guard development and leading the recruiting operations for the Hurricanes. In the three seasons prior, Wakefield served as a student manager for Florida State University, where he assisted with video coordination and practice setup. During his time in Tallahassee, the Seminoles made two appearances in the NCAA tournament and reached the Elite 8 in 2010. Most recently, Wakefield has served as a member of the Charlotte Hornets Hoops coaching team, helping to facilitate training clinics and camps throughout the Charlotte metro area. A native of Jacksonville, FL, Wakefield learned and trained under basketball training guru Justin Zormelo. He has assisted with the skill development of numerous NBA clients and draft preparation for draft eligible players.
PAUL VI CATHOLIC
DATE NOV. 2
OPPONENT ALASKA-ANCHORAGE (EXB.)
PENN STATE W. S.
NOV. 11 NOV. 16 NOV. 18 NOV. 19
PENN STATE FAYETTE# MORRIS POINT PARK PENN STATE BEAVER
TOCCOA FALLS, GA
NOV. 28 DEC. 1 DEC. 6 DEC. 9
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL MID-ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN BELMONT ABBEY WINSTON-SALEM STATE
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
JAN. 23 JAN. 27
MORRIS WARREN WILSON
# indicates doubleheader with menâ€™s team
Single Game Records
Vanderia Shackleford vs. Voorhees, 2/4/16
Vanderia Shackleford (2014- ) Jaquana Pauling (2014- )
Jaquana Pauling vs. Warren Wilson, 1/19/16 Jaquana Pauling vs. Voorhees, 11/12/16
Jaquana Pauling (2014- ) Vanderia Shackleford (2014- )
Vanderia Shackleford vs. Bob Jones, 1/31/17
Vanderia Shackleford (2014- ) Justina Tyler (2014-16)
Steals: 8 Vanderia Shackleford vs. Allen, 1/16/15 Blocks: 3 Donyelle Stuetley vs. Florida College, 11/7/15 Ineesha Hankerson vs. MACU, 12/10/16 Field Goals Made: 14 Vanderia Shackleford vs. Voorhees, 2/4/16 3 Pointers Made: 7 Megan Sanders vs. Bob Jones, 1/31/17
Steals: Vanderia Shackleford (2014- ) Justina Tyler (2014-16)
Blocks: Donyelle Stuetley vs. Florida Coll., 11/7/15 Ineesha Hankerson vs. MACU, 12/10/16 Field Goals Made: Vanderia Shackleford (2014- ) Jaquana Pauling (2014- )
3 Pointers Made:
Free Throws Made: 16
Vanderia Shackleford (2014- ) Justina Tyler (2014-16)
Vanderia Shackleford vs. Allen, 1/20/16
Free Throws Made: Vanderia Shackleford (2014- ) Donyelle Stuetley (2014-17)
Published on Oct 23, 2017