FROM THE PRESIDENT Welcome to all Kankakee Community College student athletes, parents, and Cavalier fans! On behalf of the KCC Board of Trustees, faculty, staff and Cavalier Nation, I would like to welcome you as we begin another year in quest of excellence. Each and every year brings forth the anticipation and expectation of striving for, and reaching, significant goals. We refer to this as the “Power of Excellence.” Our athletes have demonstrated excellence in the classroom, with numerous students and teams earning NJCAA All-Academic honors. KCC students and teams have also consistently shown the “Power of Success” through their efforts on the court and fields. The history of success for our athletic teams, along with our appearances at the national tournaments and national championships, speak for themselves. The success of our athletic program is driven by the expectations of KCC’s coaches. Our coaches stress the importance of academic success, commitment to the sport, goal
setting, teamwork and drive for excellence. These are the qualities that later translate into character development for our young women and men. These become the characteristics our student athletes carry with them into their educational and professional careers, as well as their personal lives. This outcome – the professional growth and development of our student athletes - is what the college takes the most pride in for the future. George “Papa Bear” Halas, Hall of Fame coach and player for the Chicago Bears, would always say, “No one who ever gave it their best, ever regretted it.” That is the expectation, and that expectation is what builds the “Power of Success” and the “Power of Excellence.” To the KCC student athletes, I wish you great success as you strive for excellence. To the parents of our student athletes, I thank you for entrusting your child to our coaches and our programs. Lastly, to Cavalier Nation, I invite you to be part of our winning tradition at Kankakee Community College. Go Cavs!
John Avendano, Ph.D. President
THE FACTS Nickname: Cavaliers
President: John Avendano, Ph.D.
Founded: 1966 Enrollment: 2,600
Athletic Director: Todd Post 815-802-8602
Colors: Scarlet, Navy, White
Home Court: George H. Ryan Activities Center
Head Coach: Donnie Denson 815-802-8614
Affiliation: NJCAA Division II
Location: 100 College Drive, Kankakee, IL 60901
Assistant Coach: Casey Meister 815-802-8614
Athletic Facilities Coordinator/ Assistant Athletic Director: Donnie Denson
2017-18 Record: 23-9
Athletic Office: 815-802-8600
Athletics Admin. Assistant: Felicia St. John 815-802-8604
PACK THE PLACE! WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 24, 5:30 p.m. vs. Kennedy King College
FREE ADMISSION! COME AND SUPPORT THE CAVALIERS! Photography & design by Image Group Photography, Bourbonnais. www.ImageGroupPhotography.com
The Lady Cavaliers return to the hardwood intent on making a strong appearance at the Region IV Tournament. The team ended last season with a National Tournament appearance and a record of 23-9. The team will feature six new freshmen and four sophomores and one transfer. Success will depend on growth, leadership, and the ability of the newcomers to learn quickly, listen and be coachable. Coach Donnie Denson will ask the 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 22 National Tournament appearances in the past 28 years for the Lady Cavaliers. The 2018-19 schedule has the Cavs facing off against South Suburban College, Moraine Valley C.C., Prairie State College, Morton College, and Rock Valley C.C. in Region IV. The schedule also takes the Cavaliers out of Region IV to play Kalamazoo Valley C.C., Danville Area C.C., Parkland College, Lake Michigan College, St. Louis C.C., Ancilla, and Lake Land College. The Lady Cavaliers expect to face several nationally ranked teams. The 2018-19 schedule includes five contests against NJCAA Division I opponents, 22 with NJCAA Division II teams and two NJCAA Division III. These regular season matchups should give the Cavs the preparation necessary to compete for the regional championship crown.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONTRIBUTORS Jill & Dave Christy Kevin & Janet Lambert Mark & Kelly Hadley Papineau Locker Tim & Lisa Fletcher Todd & Casey Meister Jayne Maldonado Ike & Sue Lambert Gooding Seed Service Tyler Lottinville & Kendra Marquis Johnnie Hoyer Ashley Lambert Kay Hoyer
Jennifer Coronelli Walt & Ruth Shipman Steve & Beth Williams Vicki Gardner Dick Gooding Sharon Hoogstraat Gisel & Fred Waide Josh & Heather Wilken Deb & Donnie Denson Martinton Lions Club Brian & Kim Knox Sheryl Haste & Charlene Neukomm John Hutchinson
Jeff Carlson Vickie Marquis John Bechelly Iroquois Café Eric & Abby Zeedyk Laurie & Casey Martin Tim Williamson Agency Dennis & Carly Mathew Larry & Birdie Stevenson Jen & Eric Huggins Darin & Cheryl Depatis Brandon & Jessica Krakoqiecki Roger Orr Tom & Sue Frye
CAVALIERS BOOSTER CLUB - GOLD LEVELDick Frey - BLUE LEVELDavid Phillips Joseph Lawrence
Thank you Cavalier Club Members!
New members welcome — Join and make a difference today!
For information on joining, visit www.athletics.kcc.edu/support/cavalier-club
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BEHIND THE SCENES ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
In January of 2016, Todd Post became athletic director at Kankakee Community College. Post graduated from Benedictine University in Lisle in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. In addition to athletic director duties he is also the head coach of the men’s baseball team. Post resides in rural Kankakee with his wife, Julianne and their son Dylan.
HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER
Candice Brackett, LAT, ATC, head athletic trainer at KCC, is a 2001 graduate of Aurora East High School. She has an associate degree from Waubonsee Community College in Sugar Grove and a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. Before leaving NIU, Brackett served as an intern athletic training student at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, working with men’s athletics. She continued her education at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, completing a master’s degree in athletic training. Throughout her athletic training career. She is an active member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and the Illinois Athletic Training Association. She resides in Kankakee with her boyfriend, Michael, and their son, Michael Jr.
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE 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.
Carey Ellis, M.D. received his bachelor’s degree 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 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
A native of the Peoria area, Donnie Denson has worked at KCC for the past 26 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 26th 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 19 seasons with Denson at the helm, the Lady Cavaliers have compiled a 464-137 record, and a winning percentage of .775. He has continued to build upon the program’s history of success, and the Cavaliers have won the Region IV championship 22 times in the last 28 years. Denson came to KCC as a Fitness Center specialist and athletic trainer in 1992, and is currently the assistant athletic director. Denson graduated from Farmington East High School in Farmington. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Eureka College. He resides in Kankakee with his wife, Deb, and their son, David.
26-7 2001-02 26-9 2002-03 29-7 2003-04 23-12 2004-05 23-8 2005-06 25-8 2006-07 27-7 2007-08 30-3 2008-09 28-7 2009-10 31-4 2010-11 31-3 2011-12 18-11 2012-13 16-14 2013-14 28-8 2014-15 19-11 2015-16 30-6 2016-17 31-4 2017-18 23-9
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, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament National Runner-up, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament National Runner-up, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament 5th place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament 4th place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Region IV Champions, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Region IV Semifinals Region IV Semifinals 10th Place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Region IV Championship Game Region IV Champions/7th Place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Region IV Champions/4th Place, NJCAA Div. II National Tournament Region IV Champions/Div. II National Tournament
MEET THE COACHES ASSISTANT COACH
Casey Hadley Meister, a former KCC player, is in her fifth season as women’s basketball assistant coach. Meister has experience as a community college, NCAA Division I, and NAIA Division I athlete. With her playing and coaching experience, she provides guidance to the student-athletes on reaching the next level, plus valuable input and game planning for the staff. Meister has six years coaching experience at TriPoint High School, 2008-11 as an assistant and 201114 as head coach. As assistant for her father, Marcus Hadley, Tri-Point went from a few wins per season to a .500 record. Then, while she was head coach, Tri-Point became even more competitive and finished second in the River Valley Conference all three seasons. Three players from Tri-Point also attended KCC on basketball scholarships during this time. Meister graduated from Reed-Custer High School in 2004 with multiple basketball honors including All-State two times. She still holds the scoring record for the Kankakee All-Area All-Star game (34 points). She played for Coach Denson and the Lady Cavaliers from 2004-06. At KCC, Meister was named to the All-Region team (2005) and was MVP of the Region Tournament in 2006. She earned NJCAA All-American honors in 2005 and 2006. She also played in the national tournament in 2006. Meister continued her basketball career with a scholarship to Chicago State University. She then played her senior year at Olivet Nazarene University. That team won the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, was nationally ranked, and went to the CCAC National Tournament (2008). Meister is the Internet Sales Manager at EZ Living RV. She lives in Ashkum with her husband, Todd, and their three children, Hadley, Harper, and Hudson.
Roy Cordes, a retired principal of St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Bourbonnais, is in his eleventh year as the voice of the Cavaliers. He is the announcer for volleyball, basketball and baseball games. Cordes’ son Jon played baseball for the Cavaliers in 1995, and his daughter, Emily, played volleyball for the Cavs in 2007-08.
Saturday January 26
Saturday February 23
10 Isabelle Hille
Fort Wayne, IN
12 TyAnn LeGrand-Melton
13 Alexis Marin
15 Olivia Powell
Cissna Park, IL
20 Courtnee Riley
21 Bryanna Johnson
Evergreen Park, IL
5 De’Jah Weathersby
POSITION: Guard CLASS: Sophomore HEIGHT: 5’6” HOMETOWN: Matteson HIGH SCHOOL: Rich South .............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Brian Mays/Jack Lira INTENDED MAJOR: Undecided PARENTS: John & Sharon Weathersby SIBLING: De’Jon
POSITION: Guard CLASS: Freshman HEIGHT: 5’6” HOMETOWN: Fort Wayne, Ind. HIGH SCHOOL: Churubusco ..............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACHES: Dustin Beucler & Nate Zastrow
INTENDED MAJOR: Art PARENTS: Doug & Angie SIBLINGS: Kolten, Miranda & Ethan
POSITION: Guard/Forward CLASS: Sophomore HEIGHT: 5’11” HOMETOWN: Lisle HIGH SCHOOL: Lisle Senior .............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Nick Balaban INTENDED MAJOR: Nursing PARENTS: Tracy and Stanley SIBLINGS: Ahniya & Myles
POSITION: Guard CLASS: Sophomore HEIGHT: 5’6” HOMETOWN: Romeoville HIGH SCHOOL: Romeoville .............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Julio Carassco INTENDED MAJOR: Physical Education PARENTS: Miguel & Denise SIBLINGS: Celeste & Christian
POSITION: Guard CLASS: Freshman HEIGHT: 5’6” HOMETOWN: Cissna Park HIGH SCHOOL: Cissna Park .............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Anthony Videka INTENDED MAJOR: Nursing PARENTS: Tim and Debra SIBLING: Clayton
POSITION: Guard/Forward CLASS: Freshman HEIGHT: 5’6” HOMETOWN: Decatur HIGH SCHOOL: MacArthur ..............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Michael Williams INTENDED MAJOR: Radiology PARENT: Tykia Green SIBLINGS: Jalen, Cam’Ron, & Jordan
POSITION: Forward CLASS: Freshman HEIGHT: 6’0” HOMETOWN: Rockford HIGH SCHOOL: Rockford East .............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Larnell Malone INTENDED MAJOR: Undecided PARENTS: Bobby & Becky SIBLINGS: Bryant, Bryce & Tiara
POSITION: Forward CLASS: Sophomore HEIGHT: 5’10” HOMETOWN: Seneca HIGH SCHOOL: Seneca Township ..............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Barb Beck INTENDED MAJOR: Biology PARENTS: Joe & Linda SIBLINGS: Grant & Faith
POSITION: Guard/Forward CLASS: Sophomore HEIGHT: 5’9” HOMETOWN: Gilman HIGH SCHOOL: Iroquois West .............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Kristy Arie INTENDED MAJOR: Criminal justice PARENTS: Michele & the late Gary Schroeder SIBLING: Riley
POSITION: Guard CLASS: Freshman HEIGHT: 5’9” HOMETOWN: Evergreen Park HIGH SCHOOL: Evergreen Park ..............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Bruce Scadato INTENDED MAJOR: Criminal Justice PARENTS: Earnest & Warline Denton SIBLINGS: Mikyail & Levell
POSITION: Forward/Center CLASS: Freshman HEIGHT: 6’1” HOMETOWN: Onarga HIGH SCHOOL: Iroquois West .............................
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Bob Campbell INTENDED MAJOR: Nursing PARENTS: Marty & Lisa Tilstra SIBLING: McKinley
PLAYERS WHO MOVED ON CLASS OF 2018
Kiara Moses Arkansas Tech University Jasmine Elliott Trinity Christian College
CLASS OF 2017
Candace Finnin St. Ambrose University JaKeesha Hawkins Eureka College Jasmine Albert Roosevelt University Mercedes Jackson St. Ambrose University
CLASS OF 2016
Caitlyn Welch Iowa Wesleyan College
CLASS OF 2015
Taylor Roach Eastern Illinois University Cairece Allen Iowa Wesleyan College Larissa McLemen Governors State University Mya Collum Robert Morris University
CLASS OF 2014
Sarafina Handy Missouri Western State University Manuella Kanmegni University of Illinois at Chicago Kaycee Nagel Indiana University Northwest
CLASS OF 2012
Tonishay Risby Lindenwood University Jana Meister Iowa Weslyan College Lexy Carson St. Josephâ€™s College
CLASS OF 2011 Kelsie Eakle 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 University of Southern Indiana Casey Siddens University of North Carolina at Pembroke Jenny Coronelli Kentucky Wesleyan University
CLASS OF 2007
Cassi Siska University of Nebraska-Omaha
CLASS OF 2006
Felicia Nekmouche Bradley University Casey Hadley Olivet Nazarene University Erin Hoffman Olivet Nazarene University Maggie Sillar Olivet Nazarene University Melissa Hawkins Limestone College Kamisha Wilson Indiana Technical College
CLASS OF 1999 Valerie Burg Butler University Melannie Post Ball State University
CLASS OF 1998
Angi DeWitt University of Indianapolis Rana Glenn University of Indianapolis Ryann Heap Lewis University Nora Hogueisson Lewis University
CLASS OF 1997
Jessica Brester Southwest Missouri State University
CLASS OF 1996
Samantha Lillard Robert Morris College, Chicago
Angie Cacello University of Southern Indiana Amy Kieckbusch Ball State University Sandi Lamphear Jacksonville State University Jenny Noel University of South Carolina Spartanburg
CLASS OF 2004
CLASS OF 1995
CLASS OF 2005
Iva Milevoj Winthrop University Kara Rewerts Central Missouri State University
CLASS OF 2003
Jessica Aldrige Southwest Missouri State University Laura Brumfiel University of St. Francis Andrea Engleking University of Southern Indiana Valerie Zarse University of St. Francis
CLASS OF 2002
Beth Brown Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville Wendy Dieterlen University of South Carolina Spartenburg Alicia Harkins Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
CLASS OF 1994
Shalanda Byers Southwest Texas State University Amy Mazner Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Nikki Denton Olivet Nazarene University Rebecca Stewart Florida Gulf Coast University
Penny Wieringa Eastern Michigan University
CLASS OF 2001
CLASS OF 1992
Chakiea Jackson IUPU Fort Wayne Sarah McIntosh University of Southern Indiana
CLASS OF 2000
Shauna Comer Wright State University (Ohio) Margene Murdent Goshen College (Ind.) Laney Pellegrini University of St. Francis
CLASS OF 1993
Tisha Little University of Southern Indiana Amy Wilken Southern Illinois University Carbondale
CLASS OF 1991
Janice Haisma University of Arkansas at Little Rock Cindy Schuldt Illinois State University
NJCAA NATIONAL STATS HIGHEST RANKED SCORING Sarah McIntosh 5th 2000-01 Lisa Abry 6th 1991-92 HIGHEST RANKED FIELD GOAL % Kathleen York 1st 2001-02 Amy Kieckbusch 1995-96 1994-95 Lisa Abry 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 % 1st 1991-92 2nd 2010-11 3rd 2001-02 2000-01 1995-96 TEAM FREE THROW % 1st 2001-02 2nd 2000-01 2007-08 5th 1991-92 TEAM FIELD GOAL % (3 PTS.) 3rd 2000-01 4th 2001-02
NJCAA ALL-NATIONAL TOURNAMENT TEAM Mercedes Jackson Jasmine Albert Shakeeta Cotton Kayla Cripe Abby Williams Jessoni Plese Andrea Engleking Valerie Burg Jenni Noel Nicki Bryant Lisa Abry
2016-17 2016-17 2015-16 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2001-03 1998-99 1995-96 1992-93 1991-92
NATIONAL TOURNAMENT MVP Amy Kieckbusch 1994-95 MOST APPEARANCES AT NJCAA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT Kankakee 22 Kirkwood 17 Illinois Central 16 Johnson County 11 Genesee 9 Monroe (Rochester) 10 Mesa 10 Penn Valley 8 Mitchell 7 Rhode Island 7 Kalamazoo Valley 7 Mott 6
MOST WINS AT NJCAA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT Illinois Central College Kirkwood Community College Kankakee Community College Johnson County Community College Mesa Community College
41 39 30 22 13
TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1st 1994-95 2nd 2007-08 2006-07 1995-06 1992-93 4th 2016-17 2009-10 5th 2008-09 6th 1997-98 1991-92 Div. I 7th 2015-16 1993-94 8th 2002-03 2003-04 10th 2013-14 1990-91 Div. I 2001-02 No Position 2017-18 2010-11 2005-06 2001-02 1998-99 1996-97 1989-90
INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS POINTS
Amy Kieckbusch Rebecca Stewart Valerie Burg Lisa Abry Andrea Engleking Kris Spiezio Becky Siebert Casey Hadley Demetria Ward Sarah McIntosh Sarafina Handy Abby Williams Kara Rewerts Geri Gulczynski Cindy Schuldt Julie Thompson Dee McClure Casey Siddens Pat Jackson Melannie Post
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
1,329 1,190 1,169 1,140 1,108 1,084 1,036 1,014 995 929 916 892 891 888 870 833 818 804 800 759
1994-96 2000-02 1997-99 1990-92 2001-03 1984-86 1979-81 2004-06 2009-11 1999-01 2013-14 2006-08 2002-04 1978-80 1989-91 1987-89 1978-80 2006-08 1991-93 1997-99
Rebecca Stewart Casey Siddens Kara Rewerts Laura Harms Jordan Price Jenni Noel Pam Johnson Chakiea Jackson Sarafina Handy Shakeeta Cotton Angie Cacello Brandi Pudik Stacy Hinkle Ryann Heap Wendy Dieterlen Casey Hadley Eric Hoffman Aimee Mishler Rachel Noll Sadie Gann
254 146 133 105 99 90 89 85 77 77 76 73 70 68 64 64 64 63 55 52
2000-02 2006-08 2002-04 2000-02 2008-10 1994-96 1996-98 1999-01 2012-14 2008-10 1994-96 2008-10 2002-04 1996-98 1994-95 2004-06 2004-06 2006-08 2009-11 2008-10
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
Demetria Ward 696 2009-11 Becky Siebert 535 1979-81 Andrea Engleking 533 2001-03 Edna Siebert 532 1980-82 Abby Warner 507 2013-14 Amy Kieckbusch 502 1994-96 Pat Jackson 490 1991-93 Kayla Cripe 485 2008-10 Lisa Abry 451 1990-92 Abby Williams 440 2006-08 Melannie Post 437 1997-99 Lauren Link 436 2009-11 Valerie Burg 435 1997-99 Khassandrae Brown 425 2008-10 Denita Phelps 418 2007-08 2009-10 Jenny Goldsberry 415 1987-88 Molly Turner 414 1985-87 Margene Murdent 404 1998-00 Theresa Van Hoveln 400 1977-79 Lisa Behrends 398 1982-84
Deâ€™Jah Weathersby (Sophomore)
NJCAA ALL-AMERICANS/NJCAA ATHLETES OF DISTINCTION (1993-PRESENT)
Abbey Warner Superior Academic Achievement 2014
Jasmine Elliott 2017
Marina Bernal Academic 2016
Devon Thaxton 2016
Taylor Roach Academic 2015
Sarafina Handy 2014
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
Saturday, Feb. 16 6:30-11 p.m. Quality Inn
800 N. Kinzie Ave., Bradley
24 prize winners
$5,000 grand prize Only 300 tickets will be sold. $100 per ticket
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2017-18 RESULTS DAY
Oakton Community College
Lake Michigan College
Benton Harbor, Mich.
Joliet Junior College
Prairie State College
Danville Area Community College
St. Louis Community College
Lindenwood University-Belleville JV
Illinois Valley Community College
Rock Valley College
Kalamazoo Valley Community College Home
Lake Land College
John Wood Community College
Lake Land College
Lake Land College
Lake Land College
Highland Community College
Moraine Valley Community College
Richard J. Daley College
South Suburban College
Highland Community College
Wilbur Wright College
Waubonsee Community College
Sauk Valley Community College
Richard J. Daley College
Bryant & Stratton College
Bryant & Stratton (Wis.) L 79-73
College of Lake County
Prairie State College
Cape Fear Community College
Macomb Community College
LAKE LAND TOURNAMENT
REGION QUARTER FINALS Saturday 3/3/2018
REGION SEMI FINALS Saturday 3/10/2018 REGION CHAMPIONSHIP
FINAL RECORD: 24-8 26
2018-19 KCC LADY CAVALIERS SCHEDULE DAY
NOVEMBER Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday
1 10 15 17 20 27 29
5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Ancilla College College of Lake County Oakton Community College Danville Area Community College Joliet Junior College Prairie State College Lake Michigan College
Home Home Home Danville Joliet Chicago Heights Home
DECEMBER Saturday 1 Thursday 6 Saturday 8 Thursday 13 Saturday 15 Fri.-Sun. 28-30
1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. EST TBA
St. Louis C.C. Illinois Valley Community College Rock Valley Community College Triton Community College Kalamazoo Valley Community College Lake Land Tournament
St. Louis Oglesby Rockford Home Kalamazoo, Mich. Mattoon
JANUARY Saturday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Thursday Saturday Monday
5 10 12 15 19 24 26 28
1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Highland C.C. Danville Area Community College Parkland Community College Olive Harvey Community College Moraine Valley Community College Kennedy King Community College South Suburban Community College Morton Community College
Freeport Home Champaign Home Palos Heights Home Home Home
FEBRUARY Saturday Monday Saturday Saturday Thursday Saturday Tuesday
2 4 9 16 21 23 26
1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA
Highland Community College Wilbur Wright Community College Waubonsee Community College Sauk Valley Community College Kishwaukee Community College Bryant & Stratton Region IV Division II Quarterfinals
Home Home Home Dixon Malta Home TBA
TBA TBA TBA
Region IV Division II Semifinals Sugar Grove Region IV Division II Championship Sugar Grove NJCAA Division II National Tournament Harrison, Ark.
Saturday 2 Saturday 9 Tues.-Sat. 19-23
Home games in bold All home games played in the Activities Building at Kankakee Community College
For directions and maps: www.kcc.edu/directions Head Coach: Donnie Denson Assistant Coach: Casey Hadley Meister
George “Papa Bear” Halas, Hall of Fame coach and player for the Chicago Bears, would always say, “No one who ever gave it their best, ever r...
Published on Oct 29, 2018
George “Papa Bear” Halas, Hall of Fame coach and player for the Chicago Bears, would always say, “No one who ever gave it their best, ever r...