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From The President Welcome Kankakee Community College student athletes, parents, supporters and fans! We begin another year of KCC athletics, and I continue to be inspired by the level of commitment and determination of our student athletes to succeed not just in their respective sports but in the classroom! Our athletic program, and each sport, begin with the strong dedication of our complete coaching staff and are supported by the KCC Board of Trustees and our community. Participation and success in athletics is often the basis for many of life’s skills and experiences. Competition through KCC’s six intercollegiate sports enhances a student athlete’s desire for excellence while further developing teamwork, communication, time management and commitment skills. As parents and educators, we pledge to join your efforts to provide encouragement and support to our student athletes. The

resources of KCC are available to all student athletes to aid them in the achievement of their educational goals as well as their athletic achievements. The faculty and staff at the college will always encourage all of our students to set high expectations and to apply themselves toward achieving those goals. It is an honor to be part of the Cavaliers family, and I would like to thank the parents of our student athletes, each member of the coaching staff, and the members of our Cavalier Club who help to support our athletic teams. Please join the Board of Trustees, myself, faculty, staff, and all Cavaliers fans in wishing each of our teams and coaches a successful season. In addition, I hope you will join me in welcoming Mr. Julian Springer as the coordinator of athletic academic success program and head men’s basketball coach for Kankakee Community College. He will

play a large role in the academic success of our student athletes.

John Avendano, Ph.D. President

The Facts Nickname: Lady Cavaliers

President: John Avendano, Ph.D.

Colors: Scarlet, White, Navy

Location: 100 College Drive, Kankakee, IL 60901

Assistant coaches: Walt Shipman and Jennifer Coronelli

Founded: 1966

Athletic office: 815-802-8600

Enrollment: 3,761

Athletic Director: Ted Petersen 815- 802-8602

Affiliation: NJCAA Division II 2012-13 record: 18-11 Home court: George H. Ryan Activities Building

Head coach: Donnie Denson 815-802-8614

Athletic facilities coordinator: Donnie Denson

Kankakee Community College is an equal opportunity affirmative action institution. On the front cover: 2012-13 Freshmen (top); and Sophomores Macy Brown (below left) and Tonisha Risby(below right).

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Lady Cavaliers 2012-13 Freshmen

2012-13 Freshmen (left-right) Sarafina Handy, Alexis Podowicz, Casey Bronson, Emily McKenna, Kayce Nagel, Manuella Kanmegni, Alyssa Kolberg, Josie Rigsby, Abbey Warner, Kayla Contreras and Carrie Power.

Women’s Basketball Contributors Gooding Brothers / Pioneer Seeds Vicki Gardner Candice Brackett Marquis Tree Service Walt Shipman

Abby Williams / Jennifer Coronelli Lori Abry Rob Raines Abe & Joellen Vasquez

Mike Manau Joe Hruska Auston Minnich Tim Brown

Frank & Shirley Outly

Kris Blum / Dennis Sorensen

Iroquois Café / John Bechely

Joan Ehrhardt

Fred & Gisel Waide

Deb, Donnie & David Denson

Tim Williamson

Nick Elliott

Roy Cordes

Cathi Hughes

Beth Schoolman

Tom & Sue Frye

Brody Johnson

Kay Hoyer

Roberts Clinic

Darrin Dewitt

Tim Fletcher

Maggie Sillar

Kevin & Janet Lambert

Papineau Locker

Dr. Hany Girgis

Rich Soderquist

Steve & Beth Williams

Kevin D Johnson

Pat Dineen

Orthopedic Associates of Kankakee

Mark & Gale Christenson

Larry & Berdie Stevenson / Mary Posing

Todd & Casey Meister

Darin & Cheryl DePatis

Dick Frey

Andy Lavelle

Dr. Avendano

Geoffrey Johns & Assoc.

Adam Zumwalt John Frey

Johnnie Hoyer

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Ike & Sue Lambert


Season Preview The Lady Cavaliers return to the hardwood intent on making a strong appearance at the Region IV Tournament. The team brings in 11 freshmen and returns two sophomores after finishing 18-11 last year. Last season ended with a loss in the semifinals of the Region Tournament. In 2012-13, success will depend on growth and leadership. Coach Donnie Denson will ask the new freshmen to step up and make their presence felt on the offensive and defensive

ends. The sophomores will be expected to lead by example and continue the hardnosed style of play that has earned 18 National Tournament appearances in the past 22 years for the Lady Cavaliers. The 2012-13 schedule has the Cavs facing off against South Suburban College, Moraine Valley C.C., Prairie State College, Oakton C.C. and the defending NJCAA Division III National Champion, Rock Valley College in Region IV. The schedule also takes the Cavaliers out of

Region IV, as they play Kalamazoo Valley C.C., Illinois Central College, Parkland College, Lake Michigan College, and Lake Land College. The Lady Cavaliers expect to face several nationally ranked teams. There will be six contests against Division I opponents, 20 with Division II teams, and four Division III teams to give the Cavs the preparation necessary to compete for the regional championship crown.

Pack the House Tuesday, Nov. 13 vs. OAKTON CC Lady Cavaliers game: 5:30 p.m. | Men’s basketball game: 7:30 p.m.

FREE ADMISSION! COME AND SUPPORT THE CAVALIERS!

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Behind the Scenes

Team Manager BRAD MCKAY

Head Athletic Trainer CANDICE BRACKETT, LAT, ATC

Athletic Director TED PETERSEN

Announcer ROY CORDES

Orthopedic Associates of Kankakee

MICHAEL CORCORAN M.D.

CAREY ELLIS M.D.

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Michael Corcoran, M.D. received his degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield. His internship was served at Butterworth Hospital through Michigan State University followed by an orthopedic residency at the University of Missouri, Columbia Hospitals. Corcoran then completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Ala. He is a member of the American Medical Association, Illinois State Medical Society, Illinois Association of Orthopedic Society

for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. Corcoran currently serves as the director of OAK sports medicine. He is also team physician for Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais and several area high schools.

from San Diego State University in San Diego, and his medical degree from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Ellis them completed a residency in family medicine at Kaiser Permanente in Woodland Hills, Calif. After four years of private practice in Los Angeles, he completed a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine/Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in Tulsa. Ellis specializes in sports medicine, orthopedic medicine and sports injuries. He is board certified

by the American Board of Family Practice and

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Carey Ellis, M.D. received his bachelor’s degree

also holds a certificate of added qualifications (CAQ) in sports medicine. Ellis is a member of the American Academy of Family Practice and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. Ellis serves as director of sports medicine for Olivet Nazarene University and KCC and also serves as team physician for Bishop McNamara Catholic and Bloom Township high schools.


Meet the Coaches Head Coach: DONNIE DENSON A native of the Peoria area, Donnie Denson has worked at KCC for the past 20 years, and is proud to call Kankakee home. Being employed by the college has brought about many positive experiences over the years for Denson. This is the 20th season he has been associated with the women’s basketball team in some capacity. He was an assistant coach of the Lady Cavaliers from 1997 until being named head coach for the 2000-01 season. Over the last 13 seasons with Denson at the helm, the Lady Cavaliers have compiled a 317-85 record, and a winning percentage of .789. He has continued to build upon the program’s history of success, and the Cavaliers have now won the Region IV championship 18 times in the last 22 years.

Assistant Coach: WALT SHIPMAN Walt Shipman, in his third season for the Cavaliers, comes to us after serving four years as the assistant women’s basketball coach at South Suburban College. Previously, he served as the head sophomore and assistant varsity girls basketball coach at Rich Central High School and later Marian Catholic High School. He also organized and served as the first president of the Babe Ruth League in the Quad Cities; managed baseball for 20 years in the Quad Cities and Homewood; served two terms

Denson came to KCC as a Fitness Center specialist and athletic trainer in 1992, and is currently the coordinator of athletic facilities for the Athletics Department. Denson graduated from Farmington East High School in Farmington, and earned a bachelor’s degree from Eureka College. He currently resides in Kankakee with his wife, Deb, and their son, David.

HEAD COACHING RECORD – DONNIE DENSON YEAR 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

RECORD 26-7 26-9 29-7 23-12 23-8 25-8 27-7 30-3 28-7 31-4 31-3 18-11

FINISH Region IV Championship game 12th place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament 8th place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament 8th place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Region IV Championship game Region IV Champions Runner-up, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Runner-up, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament 5th place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament 4th place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Region IV Champions Region IV Semifinals

as president of the Homewood-Flossmoor High School Booster Club and currently is sponsor of the Homewood Small Fry basketball program after coaching there 15 years. Shipman currently serves as assistant executive director on the International Small Fry Board of Directors and is a member of the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and the NCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. Walt and his wife, Ruth, reside in Manhattan.

Assistant Coach: JENNIFER CORONELLI As a former KCC player, Jennifer Coronelli personal success to. is excited to come back to the college where As a student, Coronelli completed a KCC she experienced success including two national transfer degree then finished a bachelor’s degree runner-up trophies and a record of 57 wins and in sport and fitness management at Kentucky 10 losses in two seasons. Wesleyan College. She played NCAA Division II Jennifer brings energy, youth, and player experibasketball on a full scholarship for the Panthers. ence to the coaching staff in her first season as an Coronelli is currently an athletic coordinator at assistant coach. Her resume includes multiple years a sports complex in Bourbonnais, and is excited of both personal training as well as coaching on to expand her field of experience with Coaches the middle school level. She is now excited to be back with the program she attributes much of her Denson and Shipman.

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2012-13 Roster

NO. 5 10 11 13 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 31

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NAME Tonishay Risby Kayla Contreras Manuella Kanmegni Alexis Podowicz Josie Rigsby Sarafina Handy Carrie Power Kayce Nagel Abbey Warner Macy Brown Casey Bronson Alyssa Kolberg Emily McKenna

POSITION G G P G G G G P G/F G/F G/F F F

HEIGHT 5’5” 5’7” 6’4” 5’4” 5’9” 5’9” 5’7” 6’1” 5’10” 5’10” 5’11” 6’0” 5’11”

YEAR So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

HOMETOWN Peoria Bettendorf Bobigny, France Clifton Kankakee Flossmoor Martinton Peotone Sherrard Havana Clifton Clifton Kankakee


The Players

TONISHAY RISBY

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Class: Sophomore Position: Guard Height: 5’5” Hometown: Peoria High school: Peoria Manuel High school coach: Kenny Banks Parents: Taquella and Sean Boone, Earl and Tyra Risby Siblings: Demario, Ja’neece, Shania, Chassidy, Aseanti, Saniah, Sean

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The Players

KAYLA CONTRERAS

10 Class: Freshman Position: Guard Height: 5’7” Hometown: Bettendorf High school: Bettendorf High school coaches: Scott Lammus, Justin Schiltz Parents: Tonya and Guadalupe Contreras Siblings: Courtney and Drew

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The Players

MANUELLA KANMEGNI

11 Class: Freshman Position: Post Height: 6’4” Hometown: Bobigny, France High school: Lycee Massillon High school coach: Laurent Goodrige Parents: Samuel Kanmegni, Marie Pascal Kanmegni Siblings: Estelle and Ludivine Kanmegni, Sylvain Nziebou

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The Players

ALEXIS PODOWICZ

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Class: Freshman Position: Guard Height: 5’4” Hometown: Clifton High school: Central High school coach: Henry Hines Parents: Mike and Julie Podowicz Siblings: Logan, Emery and Aidan

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The Players

JOSIE RIGSBY

15 Class: Freshman Position: Guard Height: 5’9” Hometown: Kankakee High school: Herscher High school coach: Mike Cann Parent: Denise Koranda Siblings: Anthony and Ben Koranda

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The Players

SARAFINA HANDY

20 Class: Freshman Position: Guard Height: 5’9” Hometown: Flossmoor High school: Marian Catholic High school coach: Annie Byrne Parents: Emmanuel and Virginia Handy Siblings: Ethan, Emanuel Jr., and Sybil Handy; Shantel and Eddie James

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The Players

CARRIE POWER

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Class: Freshman Position: Guard Height: 5’7” Hometown: Martinton High school: Grace Baptist High school coach: Margaret Adkins Parents: Mike and Dana Power Siblings: Mickey and Bill Power, Tina Frommer, Debi Griffin

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The Players

KAYCE NAGEL

22 Class: Freshman Position: Post Height: 6’1” Hometown: Peotone High school: Peotone High school coach: Steve Strough Parents: Bill and Sheri Nagel Sibling: Amanda

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The Players

ABBEY WARNER

23 Class: Freshman Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5’10” Hometown: Sherrard High school: Sherrard High school coach: Doug Swanson Parents: Chuck and Tammy Warner Sibling: Colton

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The Players

MACY BROWN

24 Class: Sophomore Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5’10” Hometown: Havana High school: Havana High school coach: Jerry Wilson Parents: Pete and Shelley Brown

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The Players

CASEY BRONSON

25 Class: Freshman Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5’11” Hometown: Clifton High school: Central High school coach: Henry Hines Parents: Mike and Debbie Bronson Sibling: Sammy

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The Players

ALYSSA KOLBERG

30 Class: Freshman Position: Forward Height: 6’0” Hometown: Clifton High school: Central High school coach: Henry Hines Parents: Mike Kolberg, Eileen Krach Siblings: Nik, Jeremy, Autumn, Haley, Hunter

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The Players

EMILY MCKENNA

31 Class: Freshman Position: Forward Height: 5’11” Hometown: Kankakee High school: Herscher High school coach: Mike Cann Parents: Pat and Patti McKenna Siblings: Samantha and Sean O’Connor, Heather and Meridith McKenna

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Players Who Moved On CLASS OF 2012 Jana Meister – Lexy Carson –

CLASS OF 2001 Iowa Weslyan College St. Joseph’s College

CLASS OF 2011 Kelsie Eakle –

CLASS OF 2000 Ashford University

CLASS OF 2010 Shakeeta Cotton – Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Khassandrae Brown Eureka College Sadie Gann University of Illinois - Springfield Brandi Pudik University of St. Francis

CLASS OF 2009 Ashton Mertens University of Southern Indiana Paulina Pogorzelski University of Illinois - Springfield

CLASS OF 2008 Abby Williams Casey Siddens Jenny Coronelli

University of Southern Indiana University of North Carolina at Pembroke Kentucky Wesleyan University

CLASS OF 2007 Cassi Siska

University of Nebraska-Omaha

CLASS OF 2006 Felicia Nekmouche Casey Hadley – Erin Hoffman – Maggie Sillar – Melissa Hawkins – Kamisha Wilson –

Chakiea Jackson – IUPU Fort Wayne Sarah McIntosh University of Southern Indiana

Bradley University Olivet Nazarene University Olivet Nazarene University Olivet Nazarene University Limestone College Indiana Technical College

CLASS OF 2005

Shauna Comer – Wright State University (Ohio) Margene Murdent – Goshen College (Ind.) Laney Pellegrini – University of St. Francis

CLASS OF 1999 Valerie Burg – Melannie Post –

CLASS OF 1998 Angi DeWitt – Rana Glenn – Ryann Heap – Nora Hogueisson – Jessica Brester – Angie Cacello – Amy Kieckbusch – Sandi Lamphear – Jenny Noel –

Beth Brown – Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville Wendy Dieterlen – University of South Carolina - Spartenburg Alicia Harkins Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville

CLASS OF 1994 CLASS OF 1993

Jessica Aldrige – Laura Brumfiel – Andrea Engleking – Valerie Zarse –

Southwest Missouri State University University of St. Francis University of Southern Indiana University of St. Francis

CLASS OF 2002 Nikki Denton – Olivet Nazarene University Rebecca Stewart – Florida Gulf Coast University

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University of Southern Indiana Ball State University Jacksonville State University University of South Carolina - Spartanburg

CLASS OF 1995

CLASS 2004 CLASS OF 2003

Southwest Missouri State University

CLASS OF 1996

Shalanda Byers – Amy Mazner –

Winthrop University Central Missouri State University

University of Indianapolis University of Indianapolis Lewis University Lewis University

CLASS OF 1997

Samantha Lillard – Robert Morris College - Chicago Iva Milevoj – Kara Rewerts –

Butler University Ball State University

Southwest Texas State University Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville

Penny Wieringa – Eastern Michigan University

CLASS OF 1992 Tisha Little – Amy Wilken –

University of Southern Indiana Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

CLASS OF 1991 Janice Haisma – Cindy Schuldt –

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Illinois State University


Individual Career Records POINTS Amy Kieckbusch Rebecca Stewart Valerie Burg Lisa Abry Andrea Engleking Kris Spiezio Becky Siebert Casey Hadley Demetria Ward Sarah McIntosh Abby Williams Kara Rewerts Geri Gulczynski Cindy Schuldt Julie Thompson Dee McClure Casey Siddens Pat Jackson Melannie Post Casey Schroeder

REBOUNDS 1,329 1,190 1,169 1,140 1,108 1,084 1,036 1,014 995 929 892 891 888 870 833 818 804 800 759 758

1994-96 2000-02 1997-99 1990-92 2001-03 1984-86 1979-81 2004-06 2009-11 1999-01 2006-08 2002-04 1978-80 1989-91 1987-89 1978-80 2006-08 1991-93 1997-99 1992-94

416 359 339 328 303 288 288 281 266 253 252 243 237 233 230 223 221 221 218 214

1990-92 1994-96 1978-80 1976-78 2004-06 2006-08 2005-06 1988-90 2000-02 2002-04 2009-11 1991-93 1997-00 2002-04 1996-98 1993-95 2008-10 1990-92 1999-01 1996-98

ASSISTS Tisha Little Jenni Noel Dee McClure Joni Corbett Felicia Nekmouche Jenny Coronelli Cassi Siska Lisa Robinson Laura Harms Kara Rewerts Rachel Noll Amber Pierce Valerie Burg Stacy Hinkle Angi DeWit Kerri Bartlow Brandi Pudik Dana Simmons Chakiea Jackson Pam Johnson

Demetria Ward Becky Siebert Andrea Engleking Edna Siebert Amy Kieckbusch Pat Jackson Kayla Cripe Lisa Abry Abby Williams Melannie Post Lauren Link Valerie Burg Khassandrae Brown Denita Phelps Jenny Goldsberry Molly Turner Margene Murdent Theresa Van Hoveln Lisa Behrends Shelby Pancoast

696 535 533 532 502 490 485 451 440 437 436 435 425 418 415 414 404 400 398 390

2009-11 1979-81 2001-03 1980-82 1994-96 1991-93 2008-10 1990-92 2006-08 1997-99 2009-11 1997-99 2008-10 2007-08 & 2009-10 1987-88 1985-87 1998-00 1977-79 1982-84 1990-92

254 146 133 105 99 90 89 85 77 76 73 70 68 64 64 64 63 55 52 51

2000-02 2006-08 2002-04 2000-02 2008-10 1994-96 1996-98 1999-01 2008-10 1994-96 2008-10 2002-04 1996-98 1994-95 2004-06 2004-06 2006-08 2009-11 2008-10 1997-99

THREE-POINT GOALS Rebecca Stewart Casey Siddens Kara Rewerts Laura Harms Jordan Price Jenni Noel Pam Johnson Chakiea Jackson Shakeeta Cotton Angie Cacello Brandi Pudik Stacy Hinkle Ryann Heap Wendy Dieterlen Casey Hadley Eric Hoffman Aimee Mishler Rachel Noll Sadie Gann Chrissy Noel

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NJCAA National Statistics HIGHEST RANKED SCORING Sarah McIntosh 5th Lisa Abry 6th HIGHEST RANKED FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Kathleen York 1st Amy Kieckbusch Lisa Abry

2000-01 1991-92

2001-02 1995-96 1994-95 1991-92

TEAM TOTAL POINTS OFFENSE 1st 2000-01 2nd 2010-11 2007-08 4th 2001-02 1995-96 1991-92 TEAM TOTAL POINTS DEFENSE 1st 1989-90 1988-89 TEAM FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1st 1991-92 2nd 2010-11 3rd 2001-02 2000-01 1995-96

NJCAA ALL-NATIONAL TOURNAMENT TEAM Shakeeta Cotton 2009-10 Kayla Cripe 2008-09 Abby Williams 2007-08 Jessoni Plese 2006-07 Andrea Engleking 2001-03 Valerie Burg 1998-99 Jenni Noel 1995-96 Nicki Bryant 1992-93 Lisa Abry 1991-92 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT MVP Amy Kieckbusch 1994-95 TOURNAMENT RESULTS First Second

Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Consolation Game No Position

TEAM FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1st 2001-02 2nd 2000-01 2007-08 5th 1991-92

1994-95 2007-08 2006-07 1995-06 1992-93 2009-10 2008-09 1997-98 1991-92 1993-94 2002-03 2003-04 1990-91 2001-02 2010-11 2005-06 2001-02 1998-99 1996-97 1989-90

TEAM FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (3 PTS.) 3rd 2000-01 4th 2001-02

2013 CAVALIER CLUB CA$H BA$H February 23, 2013

24 prize winners • GRAND PRIZE: $5,000

$100 donation per ticket. Only 300 tickets will be sold. Two persons admitted per ticket. Must be 21 or older to attend. Winners need not be present. Get your favorite number! Contact Coach Denson at 815-802-8614

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NJCAA All-Americans

Jana Meister Academic 2012

Ferlaxanes Carson 2012

Demetria Ward 2011

Jordan Price Academic 2010

Kayla Cripe 2009

Aimee Mishler Academic 2008

Abby Williams 2007 & 2008

Maggie Sillar 2006

Rebekah Gallagher Academic 2006

Casey Hadley 2005 & 2006

Iva Milevoj 2003 & 2004

Andrea Engleking 2003

Jeanie Davis Academic 2001

Rebecca Stewart 2002

Margene Murdent Academic 2000

Valerie Burg 1998 & 1999

Laura Leaver Academic 1998

Amy Kieckbusch 1995 & 1996

Beth Favale Academic 1993

Lisa Abry 1992

Lisa Robinson 1990

Kris Spezio 1986

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2012 Results DAY Tuesday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Saturday Tuesday

Thursday Thursday 98-94 Saturday Monday 77-69 Thursday Saturday Tuesday Saturday 85-72 Thursday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Saturday Thursday Saturday

Date Opponent Nov. 15 Oakton C.C. Nov. 19 Morton College Nov. 29 Lake Land College Dec. 1 Wilbur Wright College Dec. 3 Ancilla College Dec. 6 Moraine Valley C.C. Dec. 8 Kishwaukee College Dec. 10 Lake Michigan College Dec. 17 Kalamazoo Valley C.C. Dec. 20 Prairie State College Dec. 28-29 Parkland College Tournament Champaign vs. Kirkwood C.C. vs. Parkland College Jan. 5 College of Lake County Jan. 12 Illinois Central College

Place Des Plaines Cicero Home Chicago Plymouth, Ind. Home Malta Benton Harbor, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. Home

Results L 58-74 W 62-52 L 70-74 W 74-47 W 66-52 W 70-64 L 46-72 L 58-75 L 58-63 L 58-62

Home East Peoria

L 45-67 L 60-66 W 107-35 W

Jan. 14 Jan. 16

Highland C.C. Rock Valley

Home Home

W 91-71 W

Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 28

Millikin University JV Waubonsee C.C. South Suburban College Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Club

Home Sugar Grove South Holland Home

W 93-62 W 74-65 L 73-78 W

Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 1

Olive Harvey College Highland C.C. Elmhurst College JV Sauk Valley C.C. Joliet Junior College Black Hawk East College Parkland College Region IV Division II Quarterfinals vs. Morton College Region IV Division II Semifinals vs. Prairie State College

Home Freeport Home Home Home Kewanee Home

W 94-68 L 76-79 W 72-58 W 97-62 W 87-53 W 72-46 W 86-74

March 3

Final record: 18-11

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W 95-29 L 64-68


2012-13 KCC LADY CAVALIERS SCHEDULE DAY DATE NOVEMBER Saturday 3 Sunday 4 Tuesday 13 Saturday 17 Tuesday 20 Monday 26 DECEMBER Saturday 1 Tuesday 4 Thursday 6 Saturday 8 Wednesday 12 Saturday 15 Fri. - Sun. 28-30 JANUARY Saturday 5 Tuesday 8 Saturday 12 Wednesday 16 Saturday 19 Tuesday 22 Thursday 24 Tuesday 29 FEBRUARY Saturday 2 Thursday 7 Saturday 9 Tuesday 12 Saturday 16 Saturday 23 Thursday 28 MARCH Saturday 2 Saturday 9 Tues. -Sat. 19-23

TIME

OPPONENT

LOCATION

8 p.m. 1 p.m 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

John Logan Tournament vs. John A. Logan College John Logan Tournament vs. Mineral Area College Oakton C.C. Wilbur Wright College Moraine Valley C.C. Lake Land College

Carterville Carterville Home Home Palos Heights Mattoon

1 p.m. 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

College of Lake County Prairie State College Kishwaukee College Lake Michigan College Millikin University JV Kalamazoo Valley C.C. Illinois Central College Tournament

Grayslake Chicago Heights Home Home Home Home East Peoria

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

Rock Valley College Morton College Highland C.C. Parkland College Waubonsee C.C. Benedictine University JV South Suburban College Olive Harvey College

Rockford Home Freeport Champaign Home Home Home Chicago

1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

Illinois Central College Elmhurst College, JV Highland C.C. Joliet Junior College Sauk Valley C.C. Black Hawk East College Region IV Division II Quarterfinals

Home Home Home Joliet Dixon Home TBA

TBA TBA TBA

Region IV Division II Semifinals Region IV Division II Championship NJCAA Division II National Tournament

Oglesby Oglesby East Peoria

All home games played in Activities Building at Kankakee Community College For directions and maps, visit www.kcc.edu/directions 2011-12 fnial record: 18-11 Times of all games listed are Central Standard Time. Head coach: Donnie Denson Assistant coaches: Walt Shipman and Jennifer Coronelli


2012 KCC Women's Basketball Guide