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THE During the 2014-15 academic year, Sun Belt member institutions awarded $48,393,375.06 in scholarships to over 3,084 student-athletes.

EXPERIENCE Sun Belt student-athletes have access to career services counselors assisting with writing resumes and identifying internships and summer jobs, career workshops, preparation for interviews/mock interviews, and etiquette classes.

Sun Belt members have on average over 20 tutors for academic support and employ full-time academic advisors.

During the 2013-14 academic year, Sun Belt member institutions gave $2,088,954.35 from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF) to over 1,779 student-athletes.

917 student-athletes earned Academic Honor Roll (3.0-3.49 GPA) honors for the 2014-15 academic year.

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In recent years Sun Belt student-athletes have participated in foreign tours or tournaments in Costa Rica, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Scotland, Bahamas, Spain, and Italy.

Sun Belt student-athletes have life experiences such as team building, domestic and foreign travel, community service, mentoring, and recognition through honors and awards. 825 student-athletes earned Commissioner’s List (3.5-4.0 GPA) honors for the 2014-15 academic year.


CONFERENCE SUN BELT CONFERENCE

1500 Sugar Bowl Drive New Orleans, Louisiana 70112 www.sunbeltsports.org Commissioner Karl Benson Deputy Commissioner Kathy Keene, Ph. D. Senior Associate Commissioner/ Chief Financial Officer Herbert L. Carter, III Senior Associate Commissioner/ Chief Branding & Communications Officer John McElwain Senior Associate Commissioner/ Corporate Sponsorships & Marketing John Barranco Associate Commissioner/ Championships & Sports Administration Dominick Giambrone, Jr. J.D. Associate Commissioner/Electronic Media Travis Llewellyn Assistant Commissioner/Compliance Scott Connors, Esq. Director of Communications/Digital and Creative Services Keith Nunez Director of Communications/ Brand Strategy Randy Lieberman Assistant Director/Office and Events Coordinator/Exec. Asst. to Commissioner Kristen Stuart Assistant Director/Championships & Corporate Sales Spencer Dodd Assistant Director/ Championships & Marketing Kyle Wilborn Digital Communications Assistant Kati Morse

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Table of Contents The Sun Belt Conference Experience............................................................................ 4-6 Championship Information................................................................................................7 Commissioner Karl Benson..............................................................................................8 Sun Belt Conference Staff.................................................................................................9 2015-16 Composite Schedule.................................................................................... 10-13 TEAM PAGES Appalachian State Mountaineers.............................................................................. 14-17 Little Rock Trojans..................................................................................................... 18-21 Arkansas State Red Wolves....................................................................................... 22-25 Georgia Southern Eagles........................................................................................... 26-29 Georgia State Panthers.............................................................................................. 30-33 UL Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns....................................................................................... 34-37 UL Monroe Warhawks................................................................................................ 38-41 South Alabama Jaguars............................................................................................ 42-45 UT Arlington Mavericks............................................................................................. 46-49 Texas State Bobcats................................................................................................... 50-53 Troy Trojans................................................................................................................ 54-57 RECORD BOOK 2014-15 Overall Statistical Leaders.......................................................................... 58-59 2014-15 Conference Statistical Leaders................................................................... 60-61 2014-15 Individual Overall Leaders........................................................................... 62-63 2014-15 Individual Conference Leaders.................................................................... 64-65 2014-15 Game Highs.......................................................................................................66 Career Leaders................................................................................................................67 Team Game/Season Records..........................................................................................68 Individual Game/Season Record.....................................................................................69 Coaching Records............................................................................................................70 All-Time Standings.................................................................................................... 71-72 Year-By-Year Team Leaders............................................................................................73 Year-By-Year Individual Leaders............................................................................... 74-75 Sun Belt in the Polls.................................................................................................. 76-77 NCAA Results............................................................................................................. 78-79 WNIT Results...................................................................................................................80 Yearly Awards...................................................................................................................81 All-Conference Teams............................................................................................... 82-83 NCAA Individual Awards..................................................................................................84 Student-Athlete of the Week Archive........................................................................ 85-86 Sun Belt Tournament Results................................................................................... 87-89 All-Tournament Teams.............................................................................................. 90-91 Tournament Records................................................................................................. 92-93 2016 Championship Bracket............................................................................................94

President: Dr. Denise Trauth President, Texas State Dr. Tim Hudson Chancellor, Arkansas State

Editor: Sun Belt Conference Editorial Assistance: Chase Colliton, Appalachian State; Chris Graddy, Arkansas

Dr. Joel Anderson Chancellor, UALR

State; AJ Henderson, Georgia Southern; Charlie Taylor, Georgia State; Evan Drexler,

Dr. Nick Bruno President, UL Monroe

Alabama; Michael Eldridge, UT Arlington; Jen Lawson, Texas State; Matt Mays, Troy.

Little Rock; Kim Lakner, UL Lafayette; Dave Cohen, UL Monroe; Kevin Beasley, South

Photography: Sun Belt Conference and member institution files.

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THE Is the Sun Belt Conference a modern-day fixture among the decision-makers in the ever-changing world of college athletics? Or is the league a long-time innovator, responsible for advance-

EXPERIENCE already-existing Division I conference to take such action.

ments in many sports that we now take for granted? The Sun Belt was originally founded to give home to some of the Is the Sun Belt home of an alumni base that includes national and

nation’s premier mid-major basketball teams, and the league’s

international leaders in the areas of government, business and

history is dotted with success in many different men’s and wom-

entertainment as well as athletics?

en’s sports through its history. But when the desire for a higher national profile and the desire of its membership brought about

Or is the conference one that has established itself as a national

football sponsorship in 2001, the conference was figuratively

contender in a variety of sports, and one that continues to evolve in

reborn, and now stands as one of the 10 premier college football

ways that directly benefit its institutions and more importantly its

leagues in the country.

student-athletes? And, with the recent debut of the College Football Playoff, the The answer is yes, yes, yes and yes.

Sun Belt is guaranteed universal access based strictly on performance. A worthy football team in the Sun Belt can be in the na-

The Sun Belt Conference’s “Together We Rise” motto isn’t just hy-

tional championship picture, and the league is a permanent part

perbole. It’s proven fact on many different levels, not the least be-

of the “Group of Five” conferences (joining the American Athletic

ing its place in the hierarchy of collegiate athletics. As the league

Conference, the Mountain West Conference, the Mid-American

prepares to celebrate four decades since its founding in 1976, the

Conference and Conference USA) that will send its highest-rated

Sun Belt occupies a “seat at the table” as a permanent part of the

champion to a premier Jan. 1 bowl game.

NCAA’s 24-member Board of Directors. That alone insures that the conference has a voice in determining the future as college sports

In only 15 years of football, the Sun Belt has earned ties to no

continues to change and evolve.

fewer than seven bowl games. In addition to the potential of the College Football Playoff, the league has guaranteed spots in the

Changing and evolving have been hallmarks of the league since its

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, the GoDaddy Bowl, the Raycom

existence. College basketball might be a shadow of its current self

Media Camellia Bowl and the new Cure Bowl for bowl-eligible

had the Sun Belt not led the way in the establishment of the shot

teams each and every season. Beginning in 2016, the Sun Belt will

clock. The conference also wrote history at the start of the century

also be part of a conference rotation that will send teams to the

when it inaugurated football as a league sport – becoming the first

Popeyes Bahamas Bowl and the Miami Beach Bowl.

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CONFERENCE No football conference in history has ever boasted as many bowl

NCAA tournament . With the league’s postseason tournaments

relationships in its first two decades of existence, but such break-

headed back to the conference’s home city, the “Big Easy” of New

throughs have been the rule rather than the exception for a league

Orleans, and a plethora of standouts returning for this season, the

that continues to exceed expectations. Just in the last three

league is poised for another successful hoops season.

seasons, league members have recorded 52 non-conference wins including a record 21 victories outside the league in 2013. The Sun

Baseball and softball continue to put the league in the national

Belt also has a winning record over its fellow “Group of Five” con-

spotlight during the spring season, with deep runs into postsea-

ferences over the past two seasons, and has claimed three bowl

son play and high visibility in the national polls becoming a tra-

victories in those two years.

dition. UL Lafayette’s baseball team was the nation’s No. 1 team in the final third of the 2014 season and has reached the NCAA

Gridiron success has grown in the league for several years, but

Super Regional round each of the past two years, while the UL

success can also happen overnight. New league member Georgia Southern claimed the Sun Belt football title in its first year in the conference last fall. Appalachian State, another league newbie, rattled off six consecutive wins to close the 2014 football season and finish with a winning 7-5 record. Texas State has finished its two football seasons in the conference as a bowl eligible team, going 6-6 in its inaugural Sun Belt campaign and then 7-5 this past season. Football, though, is by no means the only hallmark of success for the league. Just this past season, Georgia State knocked off third-seeded Baylor in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament and Little Rock defeated sixth-seeded Texas A&M in the women’s Georgia State won the Sun Belt Men’s Basketball Championship, played annually at Lakefront Arena in New Orleans (below). The Panthers went on to win a last-second thriller against Baylor in the NCAA Tournament when RJ Hunter (above) drained a deep three pointer. Hunter went on to be selected by the Boston Celtics in the first round of the NBA Draft.

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Lafayette softball team has advanced to the Super Regional three

The strength of any league lies in its membership, with the Sun

straight years including a trip to the 2014 College World Series.

Belt’s 11-school football membership including Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Idaho, UL

Many league sports have made statements on the national level,

Lafayette, UL Monroe, New Mexico State, South Alabama, Texas

and that is a tribute to the university and athletic administrators

State and Troy. Little Rock and UT Arlington compete in all sports

that serve both the league institutions and the student-athletes

as non-football members while Idaho and New Mexico State are

at each school. That this level of success comes at a time of

football-only members. Those members give the Sun Belt a mix

sweeping change in collegiate athletics adds even more to these

of the “old” and the “new”, with many long-time Sun Belt institu-

accomplishments.

tions continuing to have success and a solid corps of conference newcomers ready to make their marks on the league and national

With those changes, opportunities for student-athletes to succeed

levels.

both on and off the field have never been greater, and the Sun Belt is well positioned in the areas of scholarship, student welfare and

The varied campuses and locations reflect another league

academic success. During the 2014-15 academic year alone, Sun

strength – its diversity. The mix of regions and regional cultures

Belt member institutions awarded nearly $50 million in scholar-

provide a rare opportunity for the league’s student-athletes to

ship funds to over 3,084 student-athletes while also contributing

experience many environments. But those same student-athletes

over $2 million from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF) to over

can also experience that without leaving their own campuses.

1,779 student-athletes. For every All-Pro linebacker DeMacus Ware (Troy) and Walter The league and its institutions rewrite the Sun Belt’s record book

Payton NFL Man of the Year Charles Tillman (UL Lafayette), and

each year in grade-point averages and academic honors, and

for every World Series MVP David Freese (South Alabama) coming

member schools’ success in the NCAA’s APR rankings provide

from Sun Belt campuses, there are also U.S. presidents (Lyndon

even more proof of the league’s academic commitment. In 2015,

Johnson, Texas State), business icons (Chick-fil-a president Dan-

the conference doubled the number of teams that received NCAA

iel Cathy, Georgia Southern), nationally-known entertainers (Tim

Public Recognition Awards, given to teams that post APR scores

McGraw, UL Monroe, and Ludacris, Georgia State), and there is

in the top 10 percent of their sport, as 14 teams were among the

royalty (Miss America Debbye Turner, Arkansas State).

national honorees compared to seven in 2014. These proud alumni, as well as the thousands of student-athletes “We have never been as strong as we are now academically and

and staff members at all of its institutions, are proof that the Sun

financially, and I believe we are getting stronger all the time

Belt Conference continues to gain stature and provide the prom-

athletically,” said former Sun Belt Conference president and Troy

ise of future success with every sunrise. “Together We Rise” has

University chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. recently. “I truly believe

never been more appropriate.

the best is yet to come.” In just its first season of Sun Belt play, Georgia Southern went undefeated in the league and won the conference championship.

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CONFERENCE 34th Annual Sun Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Championship New Orleans Lakefront Arena • New Orleans, Louisiana March 9-12, 2016

The 2016 Sun Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Championship returns to New Orleans as the Sun Belt Conference will again host this year’s Championship in the in the city it calls home. Eight teams will battle it out on the court in the three-day event on March 9, 11 and 12.

2016 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS RUNNER-UP LOCATION WKU Norfolk, Va. South Alabama Norfolk, Va. WKU Norfolk, Va. Old Dominion Bowling Green, Ky. South Alabama Norfolk, Va. Old Dominion Tampa, Fla. South Alabama Bowling Green, Ky. UAB Norfolk, Va. UAB Birmingham, Ala. Arkansas State Bowling Green, Ky. Louisiana Tech Ruston, La. WKU Bowling Green, Ky. Louisiana Tech Ruston, La. WKU Jonesboro, Ark. WKU Bowling Green, Ky. WKU Ruston, La. FIU Jonesboro, Ark. WKU Bowling Green, Ky. Denver Mobile, Ala. North Texas New Orleans, La. Middle Tennessee Bowling Green, Ky. WKU Bowling Green, Ky. UL Lafayette Denton, Texas WKU Murfreesboro, Tenn. UL Lafayette Lafayette, La. Middle Tennessee Mobile, Ala. Little Rock Hot Springs, Ark. Little Rock Hot Springs, Ark. WKU Hot Springs, Ark. Middle Tennessee Hot Springs, Ark. Little Rock Hot Springs, Ark. Arkansas State New Orleans, La. Arkansas State New Orleans, La.

photo by Frank L. Aymami III

YEAR WINNER 1983 Old Dominion 1984 Old Dominion 1985 Old Dominion 1986 WKU 1987 Old Dominion 1988 WKU 1989 WKU 1990 Old Dominion 1991 WKU 1992 WKU 1993 WKU 1994 Louisiana Tech 1995 WKU 1996 Louisiana Tech 1997 Louisiana Tech 1998 Louisiana Tech 1999 Louisiana Tech 2000 Louisiana Tech 2001 Louisiana Tech 2002 FIU 2003 WKU 2004 Middle Tennessee 2005 Middle Tennessee 2006 Middle Tennessee 2007 Middle Tennessee 2008 WKU 2009 Middle Tennessee 2010 Middle Tennessee 2011 Little Rock 2012 Little Rock 2013 Middle Tennessee 2014 WKU 2015 Little Rock

NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT ARENA

Lakefront Arena has set the standard in the metro-New Orleans area in providing a venue for sports and concerts. Events are intimately presented whether the performance is in 3000, 10000 or anything in between. Because of the excellent acoustics and the intimacy of design, the Arena has maintained the reputation that there is no bad seat in the house.

Wednesday, March 9 (First Round) G1: No. 8 vs. No. 1 11:30 a.m. G2: No. 5 vs. No. 4 2:00 p.m. G3: No. 7 vs. No. 2 5:00 p.m. G4: No. 6 vs. No. 3 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 11 (Semifinals) G5: Winner G1 vs. Winner G2 11:30 a.m. G6: Winner G3 vs. Winner G4 2:00 p.m. Saturday, March 12 (Championship Game) G7: Winner G5 vs. Winner G6 7:00 p.m. Top (8) seeds from regular-season will advance to the SBC Championship. All times are Central time and subject to change without notice.

TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURES

The seeds for the Championship shall be determined based on each team’s regular-season conference finish. In the event of a tie for a particular seed, the seed will be determined as follows: Two Teams 1. Highest win-loss percentage of head-to-head competition during the regular season. 2. Each teams’ win-loss percentage vs. the team occupying the highest position in the final regular-season standings, and then continuing down through the standings until one teams gains an advantage. 3. When arriving at another group of tied teams while comparing records, use each team’s record against the collective tied teams as a group (prior to that group’s own tie-breaking procedure), rather than the performance against individual tied teams. 4. If the records are the same against all teams, then the seeded position would be determined by a toss of the coin by the Sun Belt Conference Commissioner. Three or More Teams 1. Highest win-loss percentage of the tied teams against each other is first considered. 2. Each teams’ win-loss percentage vs. the team occupying the highest position in the final regular-season standings, and then continuing down through the standings until one teams gains an advantage. 3. When arriving at another group of tied teams while comparing records, use each team’s record against the collective tied teams as a group (prior to that group’s own tie-breaking procedure), rather than the performance against individual tied teams. 4. If there is still a tie, the seeded position of the teams will be determined by a draw conducted by the Sun Belt Conference Commissioner. 5. For all ties involving three or more teams, once the tie is broken and the highest-seeded team is determined, the remaining tied teams will revert back to the beginning of the applicable tiebreaker.

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Commissioner Karl Benson Since being named the fifth commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference on February 16, 2012, Karl Benson has helped reinvigorate the Sun Belt with his optimism, energy and enthusiasm. His vigor and forward thinking have often been called upon during his tenure – perhaps best exemplified when he hit the ground running in the spring of 2012. Benson quickly set the tone for the future of the Sun Belt Conference by adding Georgia State, UT Arlington and Texas State to the league after only being in his post for several weeks. In May of 2012 Benson had begun to further shape the Sun Belt Conference by promoting the league’s rebranding efforts. Sure enough only a year later, the Sun Belt had unveiled a new logo and new mantra “Together We Rise” - that is in line with the optimistic attitude that Benson has become so well-known for. Further solidifying the place of the Sun Belt Conference, Benson helped lead the league to the additions of Appalachian State and Georgia Southern as all-sports members and Idaho and New Mexico State as football playing members. All four announcements took place throughout the course of the day on March 27, 2013. In addition to strengthening the league through membership additions and rebranding efforts, Benson has been able to secure new homes for Sun Belt teams in the football postseason. With the 2014-15 year marking the debut of the College Football Playoff (CFP) the Sun Belt continues to find itself among the 10 premier college football conferences and the new system is guaranteed universal access based on performance – there are no automatic qualifiers for the playoff system. Additionally, the CFP will mean that a spot among the premier bowl games of college football will be guaranteed to the highest-ranked champion from the other “Group of Five” conferences: the Sun Belt Conference, American Athletic Conference, Mountain West Conference, Mid-American Conference and Conference USA. With the College Football Playoff included with the league’s other bowl arrangements, the Sun Belt Conference is tied to seven total bowl games. The R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, the GoDaddy Bowl, the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl, the Cure Bowl (debuting in 2015) all guarantee a home for a bowl eligible Sun Belt Conference team each year. And beginning with the 2016 season, the Sun Belt is also part of a rotation of conferences that will send a team to the Bahamas Bowl and the Miami Beach Bowl. Benson came to the Sun Belt after serving as the commissioner of the Western Athletic Conference since 1994. During his time at the WAC, Benson developed numerous multi-year agreements with postseason football games, including the Holiday Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Copper Bowl, Las Vegas Bowl, Silicon Valley Football Classic, GMAC Bowl, New Mexico Bowl, the Humanitarian Bowl, Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl, Poinsettia Bowl and Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Under Benson’s leadership, the WAC achieved noted success by sending multiple teams to Bowl Championship Series (BCS) games as well as having sent a total of 38 teams to bowl games since 2001.

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Benson served on the NCAA Management Council from 1999-2002 and a five-year term on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee from 2002-06. Prior to his time at the WAC, Benson served as the commissioner of the Mid-American Conference for four years. There, he implemented several innovative projects and was instrumental in the formation of the Las Vegas Bowl. Prior to taking the reins of the MAC, Benson served on the NCAA staff for more than four years where he was the director of NCAA championships when selected as MAC commissioner. Benson joined the NCAA staff in January 1986, as a compliance representative and was appointed assistant director of championships in June 1987. He was promoted to director of championships in 1988. In that position, Benson actively supervised eight assistant directors in their administration of 68 NCAA championships. A native of the state of Washington, Benson graduated from high school in Pullman in 1970, attended Spokane Falls Community College and then received a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Boise State University in 1975. He has also completed course work toward his master’s degree in athletics administration at the University of Utah. Benson played baseball at both Spokane Falls Community College and Boise State University before serving as the baseball coach at Fort Steilacoom Community College in Tacoma, Wash., for eight years and as the director of athletics at Fort Steilacoom from 197984. From 1984-86, he was an assistant baseball coach and an administrative assistant in the athletics department at Utah. He received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Boise State in April of 2006. Benson is also a member of the Spokane Falls and Fort Steilacoom Halls of Fame. Benson was born on December 1, 1951 and has one daughter, Jessica, 23, a graduate of the University of Southern California and current Sports Anchor/Reporter for KNDU-TV - a NBC affiliate television station based in Southeastern Washington.

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CONFERENCE

Karl Benson

Kathy Keene

Bert Carter

John McElwain

John Barranco

Dominick Giambrone

Travis Llewellyn

Scott Connors

Keith Nunez

Randy Lieberman

Kristen Stuart

Spencer Dodd

Commissioner

Senior Associate Commissioner

Director of Communications

Deputy Commissioner

Associate Commissioner

Director of Communications

Senior Associate Commissioner

Associate Commissioner

Assistant Director

Senior Associate Commissioner

Assistant Commissioner

Assistant Director

WE RISE Kyle Wilborn

Assistant Director

Kati Morse

Digital Communications Assistant

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2015-16 Composite Schedule NOVEMBER 13 (FRIDAY)

NOVEMBER 22 (SUNDAY)

Liberty at Appalachian State

Boone, N.C.

10:30 AM

UL Lafayette at Houston

Houston, Texas

2:00 PM

Louisiana College at UL Monroe

Monroe, La.

11:00 AM

Dillard at UL Monroe

Monroe, La.

2:00 PM

West Alabama at Troy

Troy, Ala.

12:00 PM

Fort Valley State at Troy

Troy, Ala.

2:00 PM

Little Rock at Tulane

New Orleans, La.

5:30 PM

Georgia State at Kennesaw State

Kennesaw, Ga.

6:00 PM

NOVEMBER 24 (TUESDAY)

UT Arlington at Baylor

Waco, Texas

6:00 PM

Georgia Southern at Georgia

Athens, Ga.

6:00 PM

Texas State at Texas A&M

College Station, Texas

6:00 PM

Georgia State at Alabama

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

6:00 PM

Little Rock at Oral Roberts

Tulsa, Okla.

7:00 PM

Central Florida at South Alabama

Mobile, Ala.

7:00 PM

Arlington, Texas

7:00 PM

Chattanooga, Tenn.

6:30 PM

NOVEMBER 14 (SATURDAY) Arkansas State at Tennessee Tech

Cookeville, Tenn.

5:30 PM

Seton Hall at UT Arlington

Lipscomb at Georgia Southern

Statesboro, Ga.

1:00 PM

Arkansas State at UT Chattanooga

St. Edward’s at Texas State

San Marcos, Texas

2:00 PM

UL Monroe at LSU

Baton Rouge, La.

5:30 PM

NOVEMBER 26 (THURSDAY)

UL Lafayette at Ole Miss

Oxford, Miss.

7:00 PM

(1) Texas State vs. Iowa State

NOVEMBER 15 (SUNDAY)

NOVEMBER 25 (WEDNESDAY)

NOVEMBER 16 (MONDAY) Appalachian State at Alabama

Cancun, Mexico

10:00 AM

Cancun, Mexico

10:00 AM

NOVEMBER 27 (FRIDAY) Tuscaloosa, Ala.

5:00 PM

(1) Texas State vs. Idaho

(2) Appalachian State vs. South Dakota Boca Raton, Fla. NOVEMBER 17 (TUESDAY) Troy at Samford

Birmingham, Ala.

6:00 PM

Spring Hill at South Alabama

Mobile, Ala.

7:00 PM

1:30 PM

(3) UL Lafayette vs. Arkansas

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 1:30 PM

Memphis at Little Rock

Little Rock, Ark.

5:15 PM

NOVEMBER 28 (SATURDAY) NOVEMBER 18 (WEDNESDAY)

(3) UL Lafayette vs. Sacred Heart

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 11:15 AM

Arkansas State at UT Martin

Martin, Tenn.

6:00 PM

(4) Howard at Georgia State

Atlanta, Ga.

12:00 PM

LSU-Shreveport at UL Monroe

Monroe, La.

7:00 PM

(1) Texas State vs. Duke

Cancun, Mexico

12:30 PM

LSU at Little Rock

Little Rock, Ark.

7:15 PM

(2) Appalachian State vs. TBA

NOVEMBER 19 (THURSDAY)

Boca Raton, Fla.

1:30 PM

Missouri Valley College at UT Arlington Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

Arkansas State at Florida Gulf Coast

Fort Myers, Fla.

6:00 PM

ETSU at Appalachian State

Boone, N.C.

6:00 PM

Georgia State at Tennessee Tech

Cookeville, Tenn.

6:00 PM

NOVEMBER 29 (SUNDAY)

7:00 PM

(4) Charlotte at Georgia State

Atlanta, Ga.

2:00 PM

UL Monroe at Southeastern Louisiana

Hammond, La.

2:00 PM

Troy at Belmont

Nashville, Tenn.

4:00 PM

Nicholls at Troy

Troy, Ala.

5:15 PM

Florida at South Alabama

Mobile, Ala.

7:00 PM

UT Arlington at Stephen F. Austin

Nacogdoches, Texas

7:00 PM

Southern-New Orleans at UL Lafayette Lafayette, La. NOVEMBER 20 (FRIDAY) South Alabama at Southern

Baton Rouge, La.

5:30 PM

Georgia Southern at Mercer

Macon, Ga.

6:00 PM

NOVEMBER 21 (SATURDAY) North Texas at Texas State

San Marcos, Texas

2:00 PM

Morehead State at Georgia State

Atlanta, Ga.

6:00 PM

Wichita State at Arkansas State

Jonesboro, Ark.

7:05 PM

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DECEMBER 1 (TUESDAY)


CONFERENCE DECEMBER 2 (WEDNESDAY) Georgia Southern at Savannah State

DECEMBER 15 (TUESDAY) Savannah, Ga.

5:00 PM

UC Santa Barbara at UL Lafayette

Lafayette, La.

Appalachian State at Col. of Charleston Charleston, S.C.

5:30 PM

Troy at Alabama State

Montgomery, Ala.

6:00 PM

Little Rock at Oklahoma

7:00 PM

William Carey at South Alabama

Mobile, Ala.

7:00 PM

Norman, Okla.

DECEMBER 3 (THURSDAY)

11:00 AM

DECEMBER 16 (WEDNESDAY)

UL Lafayette at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

5:15 PM

Austin Peay at Arkansas State

Jonesboro, Ark.

South Alabama at Alabama State

Montgomery, Ala.

6:00 PM

UL Monroe at McNeese State

Lake Charles, La.

5:30 PM

UT Arlington at Kansas State

Manhattan, Kan.

7:00 PM

Texas State at Houston Baptist

Houston, Texas

6:00 PM

UTSA at Texas State

San Marcos, Texas

7:00 PM Robert Morris at Georgia Southern

Statesboro, Ga.

10:00 AM

Richmond at Appalachian State

Boone, N.C.

6:00 PM

Birmingham, Ala.

7:00 PM

UT Arlington at Houston Baptist

Houston, Texas

1:00 PM

2:00 PM

LSU-Alexandria at UL Monroe

Monroe, La.

2:00 PM

2:00 PM

UL Lafayette at Louisiana Tech

Ruston, La.

6:00 PM

South Alabama at Grand Canyon

Phoenix, Ariz.

8:00 PM

(5) Georgia Southern at Stetson

DeLand, Fla.

12:00 PM

Furman at Appalachian State

Boone, N.C.

1:00 PM

11:30 AM

DECEMBER 17 (THURSDAY) DECEMBER 4 (FRIDAY) Jacksonville State at Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga.

6:00 PM

DECEMBER 5 (SATURDAY)

DECEMBER 18 (FRIDAY)

North Florida at Georgia State

Atlanta, Ga.

1:00 PM

UL Monroe at TCU

Fort Worth, Texas

2:00 PM

Troy at UAB DECEMBER 19 (SATURDAY)

DECEMBER 6 (SUNDAY) Texas at Little Rock

Little Rock, Ark.

South Alabama at Southern Mississippi Hattiesburg, Miss. DECEMBER 7 (MONDAY) Arkansas State at Florida

Gainesville, Fla.

TBA

DECEMBER 10 (THURSDAY) Troy at Vanderbilt

Nashville, Tenn.

7:00 PM

DECEMBER 20 (SUNDAY)

(5) Georgia State vs. Bethune-Cookman DeLand, Fla.

2:00 PM

Missouri State at Little Rock

3:00 PM

Little Rock, Ark.

DECEMBER 12 (SATURDAY) Appalachian State at North Carolina

Chapel Hill, N.C.

1:00 PM

DECEMBER 21 (MONDAY)

Dillard at UL Lafayette

Lafayette, La.

2:00 PM

(5) Georgia State at Stetson

DeLand, Fla.

12:00 PM

Alcorn State at Arkansas State

Jonesboro, Ark.

5:05 PM

(5) Georgia Southern vs. Bethune-Cookman DeLand, Fla.

12:00 PM

Nicholls State at UL Monroe

Monroe, La.

7:00 PM

Arkansas State at Nebraska

Lincoln, Neb.

7:00 PM

UT Arlington at UTSA

San Antonio, Texas

7:00 PM

Texas State at Missouri

Columbia, Mo.

7:00 PM

Troy at Southeastern Louisiana

Hammond, La.

7:00 PM

DECEMBER 13 (SUNDAY) Tulsa at Little Rock

Little Rock, Ark.

2:00 PM

UAB at South Alabama

Mobile, Ala.

2:00 PM

Western Kentucky at UT Arlington

Arlington, Texas

2:00 PM

DECEMBER 22 (TUESDAY)

Texas A&M-Commerce at Texas State

San Marcos, Texas

4:00 PM

Little Rock at Texas A&M

6:00 PM

Alcorn State at UL Lafayette

DECEMBER 14 (MONDAY) Charleston South. at Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga.

College Station, Texas 12:00 PM

DECEMBER 29 (TUESDAY) Lafayette, La.

7:00 PM

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2015-16 Composite Schedule DECEMBER 30 (WEDNESDAY)

JANUARY 18 (MONDAY)

Little Rock at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

5:00 PM

Georgia State at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

Arkansas State at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

5:15 PM

JANUARY 19 (TUESDAY)

Georgia Southern at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

5:30 PM

Georgia Southern at Georgia State *

DECEMBER 31 (THURSDAY) Appalachian State at UL Monroe *

Little Rock at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

5:05 PM

Atlanta, Ga.

4:00 PM

Georgia State at Appalachian State *

Boone, N.C.

4:00 PM

South Alabama at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

5:00 PM

Arkansas State at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

JANUARY 21 (THURSDAY) Monroe, La.

12:00 PM

JANUARY 2 (SATURDAY) Arkansas State at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

2:00 PM

Troy at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

5:15 PM

Georgia State at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

2:00 PM

Little Rock at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

5:30 PM

Little Rock at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

2:00 PM

Appalachian State at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

5:00 PM

JANUARY 23 (SATURDAY)

Georgia Southern at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

Georgia Southern at Appalachian State * Boone, N.C.

JANUARY 7 (THURSDAY)

12:00 PM

South Alabama at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

2:00 PM

Arkansas State at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

2:00 PM

UT Arlington at Appalachian State *

Boone, N.C.

4:00 PM

Troy at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

4:00 PM

South Alabama at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

4:00 PM

Little Rock at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

Troy at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

4:00 PM

UL Monroe at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

5:05 PM

JANUARY 26 (TUESDAY)

UL Lafayette at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

5:15 PM

South Alabama at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

5:15 PM

JANUARY 9 (SATURDAY)

JANUARY 28 (THURSDAY)

South Alabama at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

11:00 AM

Texas State at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

5:00 PM

Texas State at Appalachian State *

Boone, N.C.

12:00 PM

Georgia State at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

5:05 PM

Troy at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

1:30 PM

Georgia Southern at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

5:15 PM

UL Lafayette at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

3:05 PM

UT Arlington at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

5:15 PM

UL Monroe at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

4:00 PM

Appalachian State at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

5:15 PM

UT Arlington at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

4:00 PM

JANUARY 14 (THURSDAY)

JANUARY 30 (SATURDAY)

Texas State at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

11:00 AM

UL Lafayette at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

4:00 PM

Texas State at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

2:00 PM

UL Monroe at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

4:00 PM

Georgia Southern at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

3:05 PM

Appalachian State at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

5:15 PM

Georgia State at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

4:00 PM

UT Arlington at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

5:15 PM

Appalachian State at South Alabama * Mobile, Ala.

JANUARY 16 (SATURDAY)

FEBRUARY 2 (TUESDAY)

UL Lafayette at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

UL Monroe at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

1:30 PM

UT Arlington at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

2:00 PM

FEBRUARY 4 (THURSDAY)

Texas State at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

2:00 PM 3:05 PM

Appalachian State at Arkansas State * Jonesboro, Ark.

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5:00 PM

11:00 AM

UL Monroe at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

5:00 PM

UL Lafayette at Appalachian State *

Boone, N.C.

4:00 PM

UT Arlington at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

4:00 PM

Texas State at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

4:00 PM

South Alabama at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

5:05 PM

Troy at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

5:15 PM


CONFERENCE FEBRUARY 6 (SATURDAY)

FEBRUARY 25 (THURSDAY)

UT Arlington at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

11:00 AM

Appalachian State at Georgia Southern * Statesboro, Ga.

4:00 PM

UL Monroe at Appalachian State *

Boone, N.C.

12:00 PM

UL Monroe at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

5:00 PM

Troy at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

3:05 PM

Texas State at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

5:05 PM

Texas State at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

3:30 PM

UT Arlington at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

5:15 PM

South Alabama at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

4:00 PM

UL Lafayette at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

5:15 PM

FEBRUARY 9 (TUESDAY) UT Arlington at Texas State *

FEBRUARY 27 (SATURDAY) San Marcos, Texas

TBA

FEBRUARY 11 (THURSDAY)

Appalachian State at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

11:00 AM

UL Lafayette at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

2:00 PM

UL Monroe at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

2:00 PM

Arkansas State at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

5:00 PM

UT Arlington at Arkansas State *

Jonesboro, Ark.

3:05 PM

Georgia State at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

5:00 PM

Texas State at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

4:00 PM

Little Rock at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

5:15 PM

Georgia Southern at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

5:15 PM

MARCH 1 (TUESDAY)

Appalachian State at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

5:30 PM

Texas State at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

Arkansas State at Little Rock *

Little Rock, Ark.

5:15 PM

FEBRUARY 13 (SATURDAY) Little Rock at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

2:00 PM

MARCH 3 (THURSDAY)

Arkansas State at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

2:00 PM

Little Rock at Appalachian State *

Boone, N.C.

4:00 PM

Georgia Southern at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

2:00 PM

Georgia State at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

5:00 PM

Georgia State at Troy *

Troy, Ala.

2:00 PM

South Alabama at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

Appalachian State at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

Georgia Southern at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

5:15 PM

Troy at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

5:30 PM

FEBRUARY 16 (TUESDAY) Troy at South Alabama *

Mobile, Ala.

5:00 PM

MARCH 5 (SATURDAY) Arkansas State at Appalachian State * Boone, N.C.

FEBRUARY 18 (THURSDAY)

12:00 PM

Georgia State at UL Monroe *

Monroe, La.

2:00 PM

South Alabama at Appalachian State * Boone, N.C.

4:00 PM

South Alabama at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

2:00 PM

Arkansas State at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

4:00 PM

Georgia Southern at UL Lafayette *

Lafayette, La.

5:00 PM

Little Rock at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

4:00 PM

Troy at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

UL Lafayette at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

UL Monroe at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

5:30 PM

MARCH 9-12 (SUN BELT WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP) Teams to be Determined

New Orleans, La.

TBD

FEBRUARY 20 (SATURDAY) Arkansas State at Georgia State *

Atlanta, Ga.

11:00 AM

LEGEND:

12:00 PM

* - Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game

Troy at Appalachian State *

Boone, N.C.

UL Lafayette at Texas State *

San Marcos, Texas

2:00 PM

Little Rock at Georgia Southern *

Statesboro, Ga.

3:30 PM

UL Monroe at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

5:00 PM

All-times are Central Time and Subject to Change without Notice (1) - Cancun Challenge - Mayan Tournament (Cancun, Mexico) (2) - Florida Atlantic Thanksgiving Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.)

FEBRUARY 22 (MONDAY) Georgia State at Georgia Southern *

(3) - San Juan Shootout (Guaynabo, Puerto Rico) Statesboro, Ga.

4:00 PM

(4) - GSU Thanksgiving Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) (5) - Stetson Hatter Classic (Deland, Fla.)

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MOUNTAINEERS

ADMINISTRATION

QUICK FACTS Location................................................................. Boone, N.C. Founded.............................................................................1899 Enrollment......................................................................18,026 Nickname............................................................Mountaineers Colors................................................................Black and Gold Dr. Sheri N. Everts President

Dr. Alan Hauser Faculty Representative

Doug Gillin Athletics Director

Debbie Richardson SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY Appalachian State University is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Boone, N.C. At an elevation of 3,333 feet, Boone began as a frontier outpost named after pioneer Daniel Boone, who first explored the area in the 1760s. Boone now attracts those seeking a breathtaking location, adventure and a quality education. Appalachian is a member of the 16-campus University of North Carolina system and offers a challenging learning experience. The university combines a small-town atmosphere with a strong academic reputation. Appalachian’s academics are supported by an accomplished faculty, close, personal interaction between students and faculty, and intimate class sizes that average 25 students. Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts, communication, music, nursing, education and other careers. Innovation and creativity are hallmarks of Appalachian graduates, many of whom are leaders in communities in North Carolina and around the world. Appalachian also emphasizes the importance of sustainability and service to communities, both locally and globally. Today, Appalachian is a leader in the fields of energy-focused green technology and the health sciences. Consistently ranked among U.S. News and World Report’s best public universities in the Southeast, Appalachian is also noted as a “best value” by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine and other publications. Notable Alumni: Eric Church, Nashville recording artist; Dexter Coakley, former NFL Pro Bowler; Stephen J. Dubner, journalist/author; Armanti Edwards, two-time Walter Payton Award Winner (NCAA Division I FCS Player of the Year) winner; Charles Frazier, novelist; Alvin Gentry, former NBA head coach; Melissa Morrison-Howard, two-time Olympic bronze medalist (100m hurdles); Mary Ellen Snodgrass, author; J. Bradley Wilson, former Chairperson, University of North Carolina Board of Governors and current President and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina.

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Head Coach....................................................... Angel Elderkin Alma Mater, Year................................Southern Maine, 1999 Record at APPST (Years)......................................... 14-16 (1) Career Record.............................................................. Same Assistant Coach................................................. Emily Roberts Alma Mater, Year............................................... UNCW, 2006 Assistant Coach.............................................. Jessica Jackson Alma Mater, Year..............................Western Carolina, 2010 Assistant Coach................................................Katie Dempsey Alma Mater, Year............................................. Wofford, 2009 Assistant to the Head Coach...................................Gary Fifield Alma Mater, Year............................................Vermont, 1975 Graduate Assistant Coach................................... Katie Mallow Alma Mater, Year.......................................... App State, 2015 2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 14-16 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish.........................................9-11/7th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 8/5 Newcomers..............................................................................6


2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (14-16, 9-11 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT NOV. 13 LIBERTY Nov. 16 at Alabama NOV. 19 ETSU Nov. 27 (1) vs. South Dakota Nov. 28 (1) at FAU/vs. Delaware State Dec. 2 at College of Charleston Dec. 12 at North Carolina DEC. 17 RICHMOND DEC. 20 FURMAN Dec. 31 at UL Monroe * Jan. 2 at UL Lafayette * JAN. 7 UT ARLINGTON * JAN. 9 TEXAS STATE * Jan. 14 at Little Rock * Jan. 16 at Arkansas State * JAN. 21 GEORGIA STATE * JAN. 23 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * Jan. 28 at Troy * Jan. 30 at South Alabama * FEB. 4 UL LAFAYETTE * FEB. 6 UL MONROE * Feb. 11 at Texas State * Feb. 13 at UT Arlington * FEB. 18 SOUTH ALABAMA * FEB. 20 TROY * Feb. 25 at Georgia Southern * Feb. 27 at Georgia State * MAR. 3 LITTLE ROCK * MAR. 5 ARKANSAS STATE * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION BOONE, N.C. Tuscaloosa, Ala. BOONE, N.C. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Charleston, S.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. BOONE, N.C. BOONE, N.C. Monroe, La. Lafayette, La. BOONE, N.C. BOONE, N.C. Little Rock, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. BOONE, N.C. BOONE, N.C. Troy, Ala. Mobile, Ala. BOONE, N.C. BOONE, N.C. San Marcos, Texas Arlington, Texas BOONE, N.C. BOONE, N.C. Statesboro, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. BOONE, N.C. BOONE, N.C. New Orleans, La.

TIME 10:30 AM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 5:30 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 3:05 PM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game (1) FAU Thanksgiving Classic (Boca Raton, Fla.)

Head Coach Angel Elderkin

DATE OPPONENT

RESULT

NOVEMBER 14

at Kentucky

19

at East Tennessee State

L, 74-111 W, 76-70

22

UNC WILMINGTON

W, 82-72

25

GARDNER-WEBB

W, 77-69

30

RADFORD

L, 67-68

DECEMBER 6

at Furman

14

at North Carolina

17

NORTH CAROLINA A&T

30

CATAWBA

L, 79-84 L, 52-84 W, 72-70 (OT) W, 81-64

JANUARY 3

at Arkansas State *

5

UL LAFAYETTE *

W, 63-51

L, 75-89

8

at South Alabama *

W, 67-63

10

at Little Rock *

15

ARKANSAS STATE *

17

GEORGIA STATE *

19

at Troy *

22

SOUTH ALABAMA *

24

at Texas State *

L, 58-67

29

at Georgia Southern *

W, 77-74

L, 48-69 W, 70-69 L, 71-76 L, 87-91 W, 70-59

FEBRUARY 5

at UL Lafayette *

7

TROY *

L, 66-70

12

LITTLE ROCK *

L, 49-63

14

at UL Monroe *

W, 55-54

19

at UT Arlington *

L, 45-55

21

at Georgia State *

26

GEORGIA SOUTHERN *

W, 66-39

28

UL MONROE *

W, 80-61

5

TEXAS STATE *

W, 61-55

7

UT ARLINGTON *

L, 53-61

11

(1) vs. No. 2 Arkansas State

L, 52-67

L, 87-108

L, 70-80

MARCH

Head coach Angel Elderkin is in her second year at the sidelines for App State after a 14-16 mark, which was the second-best record in school history for a first year coach. Elderkin will have eight returning letterwinners including three starters as well as six newcomers. Elderkin is the eighth coach in program history. Going into the season, she’ll have to replace her two leading scorers in Maryah Sydnor (17.5 ppg) and Katie Mallow (10.5 ppg). However, the Apps will return leading Ashley Bassett-Smith, who led the team in blocks, and will also have Joi Jones back for her junior campaign. Jones led the team in assists while averaging 8.4 points per game.

* Denotes Southern Conference Game (1) – Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, LA)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

YEAR So.

HOMETOWN

0

Qierra Murray

G

5-8

Owings Mills, Md.

1

Jasmine Oguhjimi

G

5-7

Jr.

Chicago, Ill.

2

Farrahn Wood

G

5-8

Sr.

Kernersville, N.C.

3

Bria Carter

G

6-0

Jr.

Spotsylvania, Va.

4

Elizabeth Norregoard

G

5-5

Fr.

Middleton, Wisc.

10

Joi Jones

G

5-6

Jr.

Duluth, Ga.

11

Kaila Craven

G

5-8

Fr.

Asheboro, N.C.

15

Amber Driver

G

5-9

Jr.

Houston, Texas

20

Katelyn Doub

G/F

5-10

So.

Asheboro, N.C.

22

Cydni Cole

G

5-5

So.

Glen Burni, Md.

23

Keke Cooper

C/F

6-2

Sr.

Spartanburg, S.C.

30

Ashley Bassett-Smith

F

6-2

RS-Jr.

Pickerington, Ohio

34

Madi Story

G

5-10

Sr.

Maiden, N.C.

42

Mia Marshall

C/F

6-2

Jr.

Lilburn, Ga.

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MOUNTAINEERS TO WATCH

Joi Jones

Ashley Bassett-Smith G - 5-6 Junior Duluth, Ga. Biology

Jones will look to lead the squad in head coach Angel Elderkin’s second season. The guard is back for her junior year as she heads into the ’15-16 season as the team’s leading returning scorer from the ’14-15 campaign, turning in 8.4 points per game while dishing out a team-high 76 assists. Jones was the lone player to have more assists than turnovers last season. Starting in 28 games, the Duluth, Ga., native played an average of 25.7 minutes per game and shot just over 40 percent from the field. She scored in double figures in 10 contests, including a season-high 20 points against Gardner Webb. Her best stretch came over five games where she averaged 11 points a game.

F - 6-2 Junior Pickerington, Ohio Exercise Physiology After sitting out the 2013-14 campaign due to NCAA transfer rules, the redshirt sophomore made her presence felt in her first season with App State, most notably on defense where led the team with 53 blocks. Bassett-Smith is already two away from inserting herself into the top-10 all time in program history. The forward played in all 30 games while starting in one contest. She averaged 5.1 points per game and three boards while shooting 76.9 percent from the charity stripe despite only shooting 26 free throws. The Pickerington, Ohio native increased her scoring to a 5.9 scoring output through February and March, including three double figure scoring contests (three total) and a career-high of 14 points on two occasions.

2014-15 MOUNTAINEERS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Sydnor, Maryah 26 24 876 33.7 158 337 .469 14 41 .341 126 149 .846 76 154 230 8.8 52 1 47 20 Mallow, Katie 26 26 741 28.5 91 283 .322 37 147 .252 53 68 .779 16 54 70 2.7 43 0 60 10 Jones, Joi 30 28 772 25.7 98 240 .408 6 18 .333 50 76 .658 25 59 84 2.8 68 0 76 4 Huffman, Bria 30 7 657 21.9 81 201 .403 0 2 .000 56 75 .747 47 63 110 3.7 54 0 52 3 Carter, Bria 30 6 477 15.9 65 123 .528 0 0 .000 35 68 .515 49 69 118 3.9 67 2 23 30 Bassett-Smith, A. 30 1 447 14.9 66 177 .373 0 1 .000 20 26 .769 13 77 90 3.0 74 2 7 23 Cooper, KeKe 30 23 573 19.1 60 126 .476 0 0 .000 27 31 .871 47 109 156 5.2 54 0 23 34 Story, Madi 28 1 422 15.1 37 101 .366 11 31 .355 16 26 .615 18 32 50 1.8 47 0 38 42 Marshall, Mia 30 30 513 17.1 44 85 .518 0 0 .000 13 31 .419 51 79 130 4.3 91 2 17 15 Hinnant, Vernessa 9 0 62 6.9 10 28 .357 4 16 .250 3 6 .500 3 11 14 1.6 6 0 1 2 Wood, Farrahn 29 4 248 8.6 21 64 .328 21 59 .356 3 5 .600 3 8 11 0.4 8 0 12 25 Doub, Katelyn 25 0 139 5.6 16 41 .390 8 19 .421 9 15 .600 12 6 18 0.7 19 0 5 12 Smith, Peggy 15 0 91 6.1 9 26 .346 5 17 .294 1 2 .500 2 4 6 0.4 16 1 1 5 Hoover, Mary-Melissa 5 0 9 1.8 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 TEAM................ 54 51 105 3.5 1 Total.......... 30 756 1834 .412 106 351 .302 412 578 .713 416 776 1192 39.7 601 8 362 Opponents...... 30 752 1831 .411 137 475 .288 472 678 .696 411 755 1166 38.9 579 - 423

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 90 10 31 456 17.5 77 0 29 272 10.5 69 1 25 252 8.4 65 3 26 218 7.3 53 9 25 165 5.5 26 53 15 152 5.1 39 28 28 147 4.9 44 3 22 101 3.6 52 16 30 101 3.4 14 2 6 27 3.0 11 0 5 66 2.3 12 0 4 49 2.0 9 0 1 24 1.6 1 0 1 0 0.0 11 573 125 248 2030 67.7 509 96 276 2113 70.4

2014-15 MOUNTAINEERS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Sydnor, Maryah 16 14 531 33.2 97 209 .464 8 28 .286 71 86 .826 46 103 149 9.3 26 0 29 20 Mallow, Katie 16 16 454 28.4 50 164 .305 22 87 .253 27 33 .818 12 33 45 2.8 26 0 33 10 Jones, Joi 20 19 539 27.0 67 166 .404 2 9 .222 32 45 .711 19 39 58 2.9 47 0 49 04 Huffman, Bria 20 7 445 22.3 53 133 .398 0 1 .000 44 59 .746 35 43 78 3.9 36 0 33 03 Carter, Bria 20 4 346 17.3 57 103 .553 0 0 .000 24 53 .453 41 54 95 4.8 42 0 20 30 Bassett-Smith, A. 20 1 350 17.5 52 135 .385 0 1 .000 15 19 .789 10 62 72 3.6 47 1 5 23 Cooper, KeKe 20 15 357 17.9 38 84 .452 0 0 .000 16 18 .889 28 70 98 4.9 34 0 17 34 Story, Madi 18 0 282 15.7 24 66 .364 7 22 .318 12 17 .706 13 20 33 1.8 28 0 22 42 Marshall, Mia 20 20 333 16.7 27 50 .540 0 0 .000 10 24 .417 36 52 88 4.4 57 1 14 02 Wood, Farrahn 19 4 183 9.6 16 49 .327 16 47 .340 3 5 .600 2 6 8 0.4 7 0 10 12 Smith, Peggy 13 0 85 6.5 8 23 .348 4 14 .286 1 2 .500 2 4 6 0.5 16 1 1 25 Doub, Katelyn 18 0 85 4.7 9 26 .346 5 13 .385 3 8 .375 9 3 12 0.7 13 0 3 05 Hoover, Mary-Melissa 4 0 6 1.5 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 15 Hinnant, Vernessa 1 0 6 6.0 0 3 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.0 1 0 1 TEAM................ 38 33 71 3.6 0 Total.......... 20 498 1213 .411 64 223 .287 258 369 .699 291 524 815 40.8 380 3 237 Opponents...... 20 485 1189 .408 92 324 .284 292 426 .685 259 484 743 37.2 375 - 280

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 54 4 20 273 17.1 48 0 17 149 9.3 40 1 17 168 8.4 50 2 20 150 7.5 36 7 19 138 6.9 17 45 11 119 6.0 30 21 22 92 4.6 25 1 16 67 3.7 31 11 15 64 3.2 7 0 4 51 2.7 9 0 1 21 1.6 9 0 2 26 1.4 1 0 1 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0.0 10 368 92 165 1318 65.9 320 59 187 1354 67.7


MOUNTAINEERS

THE EXPERIENCE Appalachian State boasts a 120,000-square-foot athletics center, located adjacent to Kidd Brewer Stadium, which serves as the hub for Mountaineer athletics and its 20 varsity programs and provides student-athletes and coaches the opportunity to excel on and off the field. The Appalachian Athletics Center was the centerpiece of a $50 million athletics facilities enhancement that began in 2006. The Appalachian Athletics Center contains a 9,000-sqaure-foot athletic training facility (used by all 20 varsity sports), which houses two plunge pools, an underwater treadmill, rehab equipment, and a modality/treatment area. The Athletic Center also holds a 9,000-squarefoot strength and conditioning center (used by all 20 varsity sports). App State employs 13 athletic trainers who work daily with student-athletes, three local orthopedic providers who visit daily for an injury clinic and attend all home contests. The campus also has a first-rate health center for student-athletes. Recently the Mountaineer women’s basketball traveled to Costa Rica for a foreign tour where, the team spent time at Roblealto, a non-profit

Appalachian State student-athletes are reguarly part of community service projects throughout Boone and the surrounding areas. In total, $4,573,270.53 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 348 student-athletes. Of that, $1,915,115 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were

social service organization

awarded to 85 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year

Men’s soccer and track and field standout Stanley Broaden was one of

Assistance Fund (SAF).

alone $260,110.97 was given to 113 student-athletes from the Student

two student-athletes selected to represent the Sun Belt Conference at the 2015 NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum.

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TROJANS

ADMINISTRATION QUICK FACTS

Location.......................................................... Little Rock, Ark. Founded.............................................................................1927 Enrollment......................................................................11,841 Nickname...................................................................... Trojans Colors........................................................... Maroon and Silver Dr. Joel E. Anderson Chancellor

Dr. David Briscoe Faculty Representative

Chasse Conque Athletics Director

Amy Burgess SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

Head Coach................................................................ Joe Foley Alma Mater, Year............................. Central Arkansas, 1979 Record at LR (Years).......................................... 234-131 (12)

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is a metropolitan public research university located in Little Rock, Arkansas. Established as Little Rock Junior College by the Little Rock School District in 1927, the institution became a private four-year university under the name Little Rock University in 1957. It returned to public status in 1969 when it merged with the University of Arkansas System under its present name.

Career Record................................................... 700-212 (26)

Located on 250 acres, the Little Rock campus encompasses more than 56 buildings, including the Center for Nanotechnology Integrative Sciences, the Emerging Analytics Center, and the Sequoyah Research Center, and the Ottenheimer Library. Additionally, UALR houses special learning facilities that include a learning resource center, art galleries, KUAR public radio station, University Television, cyber café, speech and hearing clinic, and a campus-wide wireless network.

Alma Mater, Year..................................................... LR, 2004

Little Rock has posted the highest multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) in the state of Arkansas four of the last five years and based upon the most recent APR data, the LR men’s and women’s basketball teams have the highest multi-year APR of all Division I member institutions in the state of Arkansas. The school has posted the highest NCAA Graduation Success Rate of all Division I member institutions in the state of Arkansas with its student-athletes posting a combined cumulative GPA of 3.18 through the Spring 2014 semester, with 71 percent earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. Notable alumni: Julie Adams, Actress; Derek Fisher, Head Coach of New York Knicks (NBA); James Richard Cheek, former U.S. Ambassador; Koby Koomson, Ghana’s Ambassador to the U.S.; Max W. Hooper, Co-founder of Equity Broadcasting; Jerry Maulden, retired CEO of Entergy; Mary Mel French, former White House Chief of Protocol; Mike Ross, U.S. Congressman; Lynda Hull, Poet; Robert Palmer, writer and musician.

18 - Sun Belt Conference

Associate Head Coach.................................. Robert Dallimore Alma Mater, Year................................................... LSU, 1987 Assistant Coach...................................................... Alicia Cash Assistant Coach.............................................. Steve Wiedower Alma Mater, Year................................. Arkansas State, 1987 2014-15 Overall Record..................................................... 29-5 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish.........................................18-2/1st Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 7/5 Newcomers..............................................................................7

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2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (29-5, 18-2 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT Nov. 13 at Tulane NOV. 18 LSU Nov. 24 at Oral Roberts NOV. 27 MEMPHIS Dec. 2 at Oklahoma DEC. 6 TEXAS DEC. 13 TULSA DEC. 20 MISSOURI STATE Dec. 22 at Texas A&M Dec. 30 at South Alabama * Jan. 2 at Troy * JAN. 7 UL LAFAYETTE * JAN. 9 UL MONROE * JAN. 14 APPALACHIAN STATE * Jan. 18 at Arkansas State * Jan. 21 at Texas State * Jan. 23 at UT Arlington * JAN. 28 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * JAN. 30 GEORGIA STATE * FEB. 4 TROY * FEB. 6 SOUTH ALABAMA * Feb. 11 at UL Monroe * Feb. 13 at UL Lafayette * Feb. 18 at Georgia State * Feb. 20 at Georgia Southern * FEB. 25 UT ARLINGTON * FEB. 27 TEXAS STATE * MAR. 1 ARKANSAS STATE * Mar. 3 at Appalachian State * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION New Orleans, La. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Tulsa, Okla. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Norman, Okla. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. College Station, Texas Mobile, Ala. Troy, Ala. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Jonesboro, Ark. San Marcos, Texas Arlington, Texas LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Monroe, La. Lafayette, La. Atlanta, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Boone, N.C. New Orleans, La.

TIME 5:30 PM 7:15 PM 7:00 PM 5:15 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:15 PM 4:00 PM 5:15 PM 5:05 PM 5:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:15 PM 4:00 PM 5:15 PM 4:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 3:30 PM 5:15 PM 4:00 PM 5:15 PM 4:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game

Head Coach Joe Foley Joe Foley, the 2010, 2011 and 2015 Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year and 2010 Russell Athletic/WBCA Regional Coach of the Year, has led the Little Rock Women’s Basketball program to 20-win seasons eight of the last nine years, outright Sun Belt Conference West Division titles in the final six years the Sun Belt had divisions, post-season appearances in seven of the last eight years – including four NCAA berths – and Sun Belt Conference Tournament titles in 2011, 2012 and 2015. Foley has recorded a 700-212 (.768) career record and a 244-131 (.630) record at Little Rock as he begins his 13th season in 2015-16. Foley earned his 700th career victory in the NCAA Tournament’s first round in 2015, and he signed a contract extension in April 2015 that will keep him as the Trojans’ head coach through the 2023-24 season.

DATE OPPONENT NOVEMBER 14 at No. 24 LSU 18 MISSOURI STATE 22 at Rice 26 ORAL ROBERTS 29 at Memphis DECEMBER 6 TULANE 14 OKLAHOMA 18 at South Dakota State 21 at Tulsa 30 UL LAFAYETTE * JANUARY 3 at Georgia State * 5 SOUTH ALABAMA * 8 at Texas State * 10 APPALACHIAN STATE * 17 at UL Monroe * 19 at South Alabama * 22 TROY * 24 UT ARLINGTON * 29 at Arkansas State * 31 at Georgia Southern * FEBRUARY 5 UL MONROE * 7 TEXAS STATE * 12 at Appalachian State * 14 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * 19 ARKANSAS STATE * 21 at Troy * 26 GEORGIA STATE * 28 at UT Arlington * MARCH 5 at UL Lafayette * 11 (1) vs. No. 8 Georgia State 13 (1) vs. No. 4 Texas State 14 (1) vs. No. 2 Arkansas State 21 (2) vs. No. 6 Texas A&M 23 (2) vs. No. 3 Arizona State

RESULT W, 70-54 W, 61-48 W, 55-40 W, 54-43 W, 66-59 L, 58-74 W, 66-62 L, 42-67 W, 66-59 W, 67-41 W, 75-55 W, 71-37 W, 65-45 W, 69-48 W, 79-41 W, 56-34 W, 82-56 W, 66-38 L, 69-70 W, 58-44 W, 68-44 W, 70-43 W, 63-49 W, 60-43 W, 63-61 L, 62-65 W, 56-39 W, 48-38 W, 68-66 W, 71-54 W, 87-44 W, 78-72 W, 69-60 L, 54-57

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) - Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, LA) (2) - NCAA Tournament First Round (Tempe, AZ)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

YEAR

HOMETOWN

00

Ronjanae DeGray

F

6-0

Fr.

Odessa, Texas

2

Monique Townson

G

5-6

So.

Kansas City, Mo.

4

Kira Shepard

G

5-7

Fr.

Fort Smith, Ark.

5

Amber Landing

F

6-3

Fr.

Jackson, Miss.

10

Alexius Dawn

G

5-4

Sr.

Amarillo, Texas

13

Sharde’ Collins

G

5-9

Jr.

Texarkana, Texas

15

Kiara Scott

G

5-11

Fr.

Houma, La.

20

Shanity James

F

5-11

Sr.

St. Louis, Mo.

22

Deja McKinney

G

5-10

Fr.

Ville Platte, La.

23

Alivia Huell

F

5-9

So.

Malvern, Ark.

30

Raeyana DeGray

G/F

5-11

Fr.

Odessa, Texas

32

Autummn Williams

F

5-9

Jr.

Rochester, N.Y.

33

Keanna Keys

F

6-1

Jr.

Sumrall, Miss.

40

Kaitlyn Pratt

F

6-1

Jr.

New Orleans, La.

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TROJANS TO WATCH

Alexius Dawn G - 5-4 Senior Amarillo, Texas Sociology A revelation on the Trojans’ during her first year with the team, Alexius Dawn is back for her senior year in 2015-16. In the 2014-15 season, Dawn made an immediate impact, starting all 34 games for the team as the only player to do so. Dawn made an incredible 76 3-pointers during the year, the second-highest total for a single season in Little Rock history. She also finished third on the team with 10.3 points per game and broke the Sun Belt Conference Tournament record for 3-pointers made in a tournament with 15. Dawn was named All-Sun Belt Second Team and to the All-Tournament Team after the year. She also finished second on the team with assists and steals during the year, averaging 3.4 and 1.8 per game, respectively.

Shanity James F - 5-11 Senior St. Louis, Mo. Sociology The Trojans’ lone fourth-year senior in 2015-16, Shanity James returns as a solidifying presence in the frontcourt. She enters her senior year ranked in the top 10 all-time at Little Rock in more than 10 categories including third-most all-time in offensive rebounds with 247. She also ranks in the top five for the Trojans in free throws attempted and offensive rebounds per game. In her junior year, James led Little Rock with 6.9 rebounds per game and finished second on the team with 10.7 points per game. She shot over 51 percent from the field and scored in double figures during 20 of her 34 games played.

2014-15 TROJANS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Gault, Taylor 34 26 1043 30.7 194 467 .415 48 122 .393 94 129 .729 25 74 99 2.9 69 0 61 20 James, Shanity 33 31 985 29.8 137 267 .513 3 6 .500 75 151 .497 96 133 229 6.9 100 2 47 10 Dawn, Alexius 34 34 1158 34.1 126 328 .384 76 209 .364 23 29 .793 8 89 97 2.9 76 1 117 4 Clark, Kier 34 9 722 21.2 102 224 .455 2 13 .154 44 57 .772 42 94 136 4.0 59 0 36 40 Pratt, Kaitlyn 34 22 813 23.9 95 168 .565 0 0 .000 49 71 .690 75 81 156 4.6 101 2 15 32 Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia 34 33 1132 33.3 66 169 .391 2 7 .286 78 100 .780 27 152 179 5.3 72 0 174 33 Keys, Keanna 33 12 533 16.2 64 134 .478 0 0 .000 35 61 .574 51 70 121 3.7 83 3 9 13 Collins, Sharde’ 23 2 154 6.7 21 46 .457 3 7 .429 2 2 1.000 6 14 20 0.9 18 0 7 21 Williams, Lexus 20 1 140 7.0 14 33 .424 0 0 .000 12 14 .857 12 10 22 1.1 20 0 3 2 Townson, Monique 22 0 103 4.7 6 16 .375 5 10 .500 9 16 .563 4 9 13 0.6 12 0 8 3 Jackson, Di’Mond 4 0 15 3.8 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 2 TEAM................ 61 49 110 3.2 1 Total.......... 34 825 1853 .445 139 374 .372 423 632 .669 407 775 1182 34.8 612 8 479 Opponents...... 34 638 1724 .370 104 379 .274 370 550 .673 409 734 1143 33.6 622 - 292

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 76 28 46 530 15.6 59 28 31 352 10.7 64 5 60 351 10.3 52 10 36 250 7.4 47 4 29 239 7.0 93 6 62 212 6.2 43 4 10 163 4.9 16 0 2 47 2.0 5 5 9 40 2.0 5 0 6 26 1.2 2 0 0 2 0.5 15 477 90 291 2212 65.1 660 79 169 1750 51.5

2014-15 TROJANS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Gault, Taylor 20 20 657 32.8 115 281 .409 31 74 .419 57 75 .760 21 44 65 3.3 41 0 34 20 James, Shanity 19 19 578 30.4 88 169 .521 3 4 .750 51 91 .560 59 91 150 7.9 56 1 24 10 Dawn, Alexius 20 20 684 34.2 76 181 .420 44 119 .370 12 14 .857 3 61 64 3.2 40 0 73 32 Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia 20 20 685 34.2 38 95 .400 1 3 .333 49 66 .742 14 95 109 5.5 45 0 114 40 Pratt, Kaitlyn 20 12 473 23.7 50 97 .515 0 0 .000 25 38 .658 40 45 85 4.3 54 1 5 4 Clark, Kier 20 1 351 17.6 50 112 .446 0 3 .000 22 28 .786 22 50 72 3.6 32 0 15 33 Keys, Keanna 20 8 332 16.6 44 91 .484 0 0 .000 25 46 .543 37 48 85 4.3 48 1 6 21 Williams, Lexus 11 0 74 6.7 8 16 .500 0 0 .000 8 10 .800 6 6 12 1.1 9 0 1 13 Collins, Sharde’ 16 0 92 5.8 15 31 .484 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 5 10 15 0.9 11 0 4 2 Townson, Monique 16 0 58 3.6 2 5 .400 1 3 .333 9 16 .563 2 7 9 0.6 8 0 3 3 Jackson, Di’Mond 4 0 15 3.8 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 2 TEAM................ 34 29 63 3.2 0 Total.......... 20 486 1079 .450 83 212 .392 260 386 .674 243 486 729 36.5 345 3 281 Opponents...... 20 359 1022 .351 48 204 .235 191 295 .647 232 415 647 32.3 369 - 151

20 - Sun Belt Conference

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 41 16 29 318 15.9 32 18 18 230 12.1 37 4 31 208 10.4 54 6 35 126 6.3 34 2 19 125 6.3 28 8 12 122 6.1 28 2 6 113 5.7 4 4 4 24 2.2 9 0 2 33 2.1 1 0 5 14 0.9 2 0 0 2 0.5 10 280 60 161 1315 65.8 375 44 103 957 47.8


TROJANS

THE EXPERIENCE The academic center in the Jack Stephens Center allows student-athletes access to a first-rate facility which they can visit for academic advising, tutoring and schedule consultation. The academic center features 23 computer terminals, each of which provides access to the internet and a printer. All student-athletes are guided and monitored for their academic progress and performance throughout the year. Tutoring is one of many valuable resources available through academic advising. By working with tutors and professional staff, student-athletes generally experience reduced test anxiety and improved grades. Little Rock has posted the highest multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) in the state of Arkansas four of the last five years and based upon the most recent APR data, the LR men’s and women’s basketball teams have the highest multi-year APR of all Division I member institutions in the state of Arkansas.

Little Rock volleyball players Megan Mathis, Kelsey Leech and Capri Rino receive their certificates from the Sun Belt Conference for making the Sun Belt Commissioner’s List for the 2013-14 academic year. The LR women’s golf team boasted the seventh-highest team GPA in the nation (3.74) during the 2013-14 academic year and was recognized by

The school has posted the highest NCAA Graduation Success Rate of all

the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) for its efforts.

Division I member institutions in the state of Arkansas with its student-athletes posting a combined cumulative GPA of 3.18 through the

Little Rock awarded $3,038,878.00 worth of athletic scholarships in the

Spring 2014 semester, with 71 percent earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0

2014-15 academic year awarded to 149 student-athletes and dolled out

or better.

an additional $47,309.79 to 86 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF) during the 2013-14 academic year

Sun Belt Conference - 21


RED WOLVES

ADMINISTRATION

QUICK FACTS Location...........................................................Jonesboro, Ark. Founded.............................................................................1909 Enrollment......................................................................13,144 Nickname................................................................Red Wolves Colors............................................................Scarlet and Black Dr. Tim Hudson Chancellor

Karen McDaniel Faculty Representative

Terry Mohijar Athletics Director

Amy Holt SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY Arkansas State was founded in Jonesboro in 1909 by the Arkansas Legislature as a regional agricultural training school. It began offering a two-year college program in 1918, then became First District Agricultural and Mechanical College in 1925. A fouryear degree program was begun in 1930, then A & M College became Arkansas State College in 1933. The Arkansas Legislature elevated the college to university status and changed the name to “Arkansas State University” in 1967. Arkansas State University is a public university and is the flagship campus of the Arkansas State University System, the state’s second largest college system and university by enrollment. It is located atop 800 acres on Crowley’s Ridge in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Notable Alumni: Former NFL players Ray Brown, Carlos Emmons, Corey Williams, Bryan Hall, Oren O’Neal, Tyrell Johnson , Cleo Lemon, Maurice Carthon, Bill Bergey and Fred Barnett; Current NFL players Demario Davis (New York Jets), M.D. Jennings (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), David Johnson (San Diego Chargers), Alex Carrington (Buffalo Bills), Ryan Carrethers (San Diego Chargers), Derek Newton (Houston Texans), Don Jones (Miami Dolphins) and Kelcie McCray (Kansas City Chiefs); Olympic Gold Medalist Al Joyner; Betty Beene, President of the United Way; James Pardew, U.S. Ambassador; Earl Bell, Olympic Medalist; Mike Beebe, Former Governor of Arkansas.

22 - Sun Belt Conference

Head Coach............................................................ Brian Boyer Alma Mater, Year............................. Missouri Western, 1993 Record at A-STATE (Years)................................ 272-223 (16) Career Record.............................................................. Same Assistant Coach......................................Autumn Rademacher Alma Mater, Year...............................................Detroit, 1997 Assistant Coach...............................................Deidra Johnson Alma Mater, Year................................Oklahoma State, 2004 Assistant Coach.................................................... Steve Huber Alma Mater, Year..................................... Illinois State, 1982 2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 24-11 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish........................................16-4/2nd Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................... 12/2 Newcomers..............................................................................1


2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (24-11, 16-4 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT Nov. 14 at Tennessee Tech Nov. 18 at UT Martin NOV. 21 WICHITA STATE Nov. 25 at UT Chattanooga Nov. 28 at Florida Gulf Coast Dec. 7 at Florida DEC. 12 ALCORN STATE DEC. 16 AUSTIN PEAY Dec. 21 at Nebraska Dec. 30 at Troy * Jan. 2 at South Alabama * JAN. 7 UL MONROE * JAN. 9 UL LAFAYETTE * JAN. 16 APPALACHIAN STATE * JAN. 18 LITTLE ROCK * Jan. 21 at UT Arlington * Jan. 23 at Texas State * JAN. 28 GEORGIA STATE * JAN. 30 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * FEB. 4 SOUTH ALABAMA * FEB. 6 TROY * Feb. 11 at UL Lafayette * Feb. 13 at UL Monroe * Feb. 18 at Georgia Southern * Feb. 20 at Georgia State * Feb. 25 Texas State * FEB. 27 UT ARLINGTON * Mar. 1 at Little Rock * Mar. 5 at Appalachian State * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION Cookeville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. JONESBORO, ARK. Chattanooga, Tenn. Fort Myers, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. JONESBORO, ARK. JONESBORO, ARK. Lincoln, Neb. Troy, Ala. Mobile, Ala. JONESBORO, ARK. JONESBORO, ARK. JONESBORO, ARK. JONESBORO, ARK. Arlington, Texas San Marcos, Texas JONESBORO, ARK. JONESBORO, ARK. JONESBORO, ARK. JONESBORO, ARK. Lafayette, La. Monroe, La. Statesboro, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Jonesboro, Ark. JONESBORO, ARK. Little Rock, Ark. Boone, N.C. New Orleans, La.

TIME 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:05 PM 6:30 PM 6:00 PM TBA 5:05 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:05 PM 3:05 PM 3:05 PM 5:05 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:05 PM 3:05 PM 5:05 PM 3:05 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 5:05 PM 3:05 PM 5:15 PM 12:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game

Head Coach Brian Boyer One of the most recognizable names and faces in the Sun Belt Conference and women’s college basketball, Brian Boyer has built an illustrious career highlighted by countless milestones, including becoming the all-time wins leader in the SBC. In his 16 years on the sidelines, Boyer was the primary architect in transforming the Arkansas State women’s program into a model of consistency since taking over in 1999 and guiding the team to an appearance in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. He has coached the Red Wolves to six appearances in the WNIT and two SBC regular-season championships including the outright regular season crown in 2013-14.

DATE OPPONENT NOVEMBER 14 (1) Jackson State 16 (1) at Mississippi State 22 (1) at Colorado 28 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS DECEMBER 1 CHATTANOOGA 11 at Ohio State 14 at Kansas 17 at Kent State 19 at Missouri State 22 FLORIDA GULF COAST 30 at South Alabama * JANUARY 3 APPALACHIAN STATE * 5 at UL Monroe * 8 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * 10 at UT Arlington * 15 at Appalachian State * 17 TEXAS STATE * 19 GEORGIA STATE * 22 at UL Lafayette * 24 at Troy * 29 LITTLE ROCK * 31 at Georgia State * FEBRUARY 5 TROY * 12 at Georgia Southern * 19 at Little Rock * 21 UL MONROE * 26 UT ARLINGTON * 28 at Texas State * MARCH 5 SOUTH ALABAMA * 7 UL LAFAYETTE * 11 (2) vs. No. 7 Appalachian State 13 (2) vs. No. 6 UL Lafayette 14 (2) vs. No. 1 Little Rock 18 (3) vs. Western Michigan 22 (3) vs. Middle Tennessee

RESULT W, 92-60 L, 82-93 L, 69-80 W, 79-39 W, 57-52 L, 52-67 L, 48-62 W, 59-44 W, 78-62 L, 68-74 W, 62-50 W, 89-75 W, 77-57 W, 86-63 W, 80-77 IOT) L, 69-70 W, 68-48 W, 76-65 L, 57-69 W, 82-76 W, 70-69 W, 61-47 W, 91-72 W, 81-73 L, 61-63 W, 69-61 W, 67-62 L, 74-83 W, 70-60 W, 87-65 W, 67-52 W, 63-61 L, 72-78 W, 61-49 L, 60-70

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) - Preseason WNIT (Campus Sites) (2) - Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, LA) (3) - Women’s NIT First Round (Murfreesboro, TN)

2015-16 ROSTER HT.

YEAR

0

NO. NAME Aaliyah Warren

POS. F

6-3

RS-Fr.

HOMETOWN

1

Lauren Bradshaw

F

6-2

Jr.

3

Khadija Brown-Haywood

F

5-11

Sr.

5

Brittney Gill

G

5-8

RS-Sr.

10

Akasha Westbrook

G

5-10

So.

11

Amanda Lawson

G

5-10

RS-Sr.

12

Jamie Ruffins

G

5-8

Jr.

13

Brittany Fowler

G

5-8

Jr.

Leachville, Ark.

14

Christyal Holloway

G

5-8

So.

Little Rock, Ark.

20

Kylie Ladd

G

5-8

Fr.

Ozark, Ark.

21

Jessica Flanery

G

5-10

Sr.

Mountain View, Ark.

24

Aundrea Gamble

G

5-9

RS-Sr.

25

Dominique Oliver

G

5-6

Jr.

Rowlett, Texas

33

Ogo Obinabo

F

6-2

So.

Plano, Texas

Irving, Texas Mesquite, Texas Centralia, Ill. Pine Bluff, Ark. Malvern, Ark. Bryan, Texas Little Rock, Ark.

McKinney, Texas

Sun Belt Conference - 23


RED WOLVES TO WATCH

Aundrea Gamble G - 5-9 RS-Senior McKinney, Texas Master of Arts in Teaching Aundrea Gamble became the first player in Arkansas State women’s basketball history to win the Sun Belt Conference Student-Athlete of the Year Award in backto-back season after another standing junior campaign. She also became the first player in school history to be named to the WBCA All-America team and is just the second All-American in school history. Gamble averaged 18 points, 4.3 assists and 4.3 rebounds a season ago and ranks 11th on the Red Wolves’ all-time scoring list. If she continues her scoring pace this season, she could become the school’s second-leading scorer for a career. Gamble has a well-rounded game and proved that in 2014-15 by dishing out a school 171 assists. She is already the most decorated A-State women’s basketball in school history, garnering two first-team all-conference, SBC All-Tournament, two CollegeSportsMadness.com SBC All-Conference, CollegeSportsMadness. com Mid-Major All-American and six SBC Player of the Week Honors along with many others in just two short year.

Khadija Brown-Haywood F - 5-11 Senior Centralia, Ill. Early Childhood Education Khadija Brown-Haywood enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2014-15 on her way to earning All-Sun Belt Conference Third-Team honors at the end of the year. She was the team’s second leading scorer at 11.5 points per game, 15th best in the conference, and started in 33 of the Red Wolves’ 35 games. She set numerous career-highs as a junior, including scoring a career-best 21 points against Christian Brothers on Nov. 28 and a career-high 13 rebounds against Appalachian State in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. In all, Brown-Haywood tied or set career-highs 11 different times throughout her junior year. She was also awarded the Red Wolves Excellence award at the end of the season, which takes into account academics, community service, heart, effort, determination (on and off the court), pride in Arkansas State and overall character.

2014-15 RED WOLVES OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Gamble, Aundrea 35 35 1332 38.1 238 515 .462 33 110 .300 162 207 .783 63 123 186 5.3 49 1 171 3 Brown-Haywood, K 35 33 1078 30.8 157 335 .469 30 96 .313 57 71 .803 61 146 207 5.9 68 1 53 23 Hunt, Jasmine 35 35 967 27.6 147 283 .519 0 0 .000 93 152 .612 95 131 226 6.5 74 0 7 2 Qedan, Hanna 34 34 993 29.2 101 253 .399 45 135 .333 74 91 .813 24 89 113 3.3 66 1 54 11 Lawson, Amanda 30 2 440 14.7 73 140 .521 0 2 .000 32 62 .516 39 52 91 3.0 58 3 32 5 Gill, Brittney 35 7 641 18.3 84 192 .438 8 22 .364 22 32 .688 34 70 104 3.0 92 3 32 21 Flanery, Jessica 34 0 356 10.5 51 139 .367 32 92 .348 2 2 1.000 17 36 53 1.6 37 1 14 1 Bradshaw, Lauren 34 0 287 8.4 33 76 .434 0 0 .000 9 17 .529 18 45 63 1.9 24 0 1 12 Ruffins, Jamie 35 29 690 19.7 21 68 .309 1 3 .333 29 40 .725 20 70 90 2.6 53 0 64 0 Warren, Aaliyah 2 0 9 4.5 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 1 2 1.0 0 0 0 13 Fowler, Brittany 9 0 26 2.9 3 7 .429 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 3 0.3 0 0 0 14 Holloway, Christyal 26 0 116 4.5 5 23 .217 0 9 .000 10 19 .526 2 12 14 0.5 21 0 8 10 Westbrook, Akasha 11 0 36 3.3 3 10 .300 0 1 .000 2 6 .333 2 4 6 0.5 4 0 1 33 Obinabo, Ogo 10 0 23 2.3 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 3 3 0.3 3 0 0 25 Oliver, Dominique 10 0 31 3.1 0 3 .000 0 1 .000 3 6 .500 1 3 4 0.4 3 0 2 TEAM................ 61 56 117 3.4 2 Total.......... 35 919 2050 .448 150 473 .317 497 709 .701 439 843 1282 36.6 554 11 439 Opponents...... 35 871 2104 .414 155 495 .313 351 512 .686 466 805 1271 36.3 646 - 375

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 110 3 59 671 19.2 76 18 46 401 11.5 51 6 21 387 11.1 54 20 44 321 9.4 41 6 7 178 5.9 55 11 27 198 5.7 18 2 12 136 4.0 20 15 8 75 2.2 69 1 33 72 2.1 1 0 0 3 1.5 3 0 0 7 0.8 11 1 4 20 0.8 4 0 3 8 0.7 2 1 1 5 0.5 4 0 1 3 0.3 10 529 84 266 2485 71.0 593 117 252 2248 64.2

2014-15 RED WOLVES CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Gamble, Aundrea 20 20 768 38.4 134 302 .444 22 67 .328 91 116 .784 37 65 102 5.1 23 0 112 23 Hunt, Jasmine 20 20 576 28.8 94 175 .537 0 0 .000 69 106 .651 65 81 146 7.3 45 0 4 3 Brown-Haywood, K 20 20 620 31.0 99 203 .488 23 63 .365 27 34 .794 38 84 122 6.1 43 1 34 2 Qedan, Hanna 19 19 596 31.4 64 157 .408 31 87 .356 46 57 .807 11 57 68 3.6 41 1 34 5 Gill, Brittney 20 1 345 17.3 49 110 .445 4 12 .333 9 15 .600 15 39 54 2.7 55 2 20 11 Lawson, Amanda 20 0 243 12.2 37 68 .544 0 1 .000 22 38 .579 22 25 47 2.4 25 0 14 21 Flanery, Jessica 19 0 165 8.7 28 71 .394 17 47 .362 1 1 1.000 11 12 23 1.2 20 1 8 1 Bradshaw, Lauren 19 0 153 8.1 17 43 .395 0 0 .000 7 11 .636 12 27 39 2.1 7 0 0 12 Ruffins, Jamie 20 20 441 22.1 12 42 .286 0 1 .000 18 26 .692 13 52 65 3.3 28 0 44 14 Holloway, Christyal 15 0 68 4.5 2 13 .154 0 6 .000 8 15 .533 0 8 8 0.5 10 0 5 33 Obinabo, Ogo 5 0 11 2.2 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 2 2 0.4 1 0 0 25 Oliver, Dominique 6 0 11 1.8 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 3 4 .750 0 1 1 0.2 1 0 0 13 Fowler, Brittany 5 0 11 2.2 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 10 Westbrook, Akasha 6 0 17 2.8 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 1 3 4 0.7 2 0 1 TEAM................ 38 32 70 3.5 2 Total.......... 20 539 1194 .451 97 285 .340 302 427 .707 264 488 752 37.6 303 6 276 Opponents...... 20 516 1249 .413 85 284 .299 188 275 .684 280 457 737 36.8 382 - 217

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 51 2 35 381 19.1 38 4 12 257 12.9 43 11 20 248 12.4 37 9 24 205 10.8 28 4 17 111 5.6 20 3 3 96 4.8 9 2 3 74 3.9 9 7 3 41 2.2 39 0 24 42 2.1 6 1 2 12 0.8 1 0 0 3 0.6 2 0 1 3 0.5 1 0 0 2 0.4 1 0 0 2 0.3 7 292 43 144 1477 73.8 324 62 136 1305 65.2


RED WOLVES

THE EXPERIENCE It is well-known that collegiate athletics departments across the country place a common emphasis on graduation, but Arkansas State has taken it a step further by fulfilling a bold promise of 100 percent job placement for all its graduating student-athletes. A-State continues to reach that goal through its newly-developed Red Wolves Leadership Academy, which strengthened with a new study abroad component added to foster global awareness which is often cited by employers as a positive attribute they seek. Arkansas State student-athletes took part in the first study abroad program offered by any university and their athletics department in the nation in the summer of 2015. The program goes hand-in-hand with the Red Wolves Leadership Academy, designed with the sole purpose to obtain 100 percent job placement for all student-athletes upon graduation. The Student-Athlete Academic Success Center at Arkansas State University, located in the Performance Enhancement Complex, is yet another resource that Red Wolf Student-Athletes have for their studies and advancement. The center serves as a resource to assist student-athletes in various aspects of their academic, athletic and personal lives. The

A school-record five Arkansas State Athletics programs posted an Academic Progress Rate (APR) multiyear score that ranks among the nation’s top 10 percent in their respective sport. The Red Wolves had the most teams recognized among NCAA Division I institutions in the state of Arkansas.

center has a very active tutoring program with the goal of providing each student-athlete with the best possible assistance available. The tutorial

In total, $4,320,921 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 aca-

program is designed to act as a supplement to the class itself and as a

demic year were awarded to 267 student-athletes. Of that, $1,765,154

support to student-athletes. A total of five academic advisors are also

worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were award-

available to student-athletes in order to monitor academic progress. Two

ed to 85 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone

advisors are assigned to football and two are assigned to the other 11

$119,369 was given to 290 student-athletes from the Student Assistance

sponsored sports.

Fund (SAF).

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EAGLES

ADMINISTRATION QUICK FACTS

Location............................................................Statesboro, Ga. Founded.............................................................................1906 Enrollment......................................................................20,584 Nickname....................................................................... Eagles Colors................................................................Blue and White Dr. Jean Bartels Interim President

Dr. Chris Geyerman Faculty Representative

Tom Kleinlein Athletics Director

Cathy Beene SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

Head Coach...............................................................Kip Drown Alma Mater, Year................ Southwest Missouri State, 1984 Record at GS (Years).......................................... First Season

Georgia Southern University offers more than 100 academic majors in a comprehensive array of baccalaureate degrees and selected master’s and doctoral programs. The University has earned a reputation for providing all of the benefits of a major university with the feeling of a much smaller college. In 2011, Georgia Southern was named the fourth most popular university in the country in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Top 20 Most Popular Universities.” One of the top choices in Georgia for new freshmen, including HOPE Scholars, Georgia Southern enrolls an increasingly selective student body representing the United States and nearly 100 nations.

Career Record................................................... 463-336 (27)

The nearly 700 acre park-like campus continues an era of capital construction that has opened new facilities for colleges and academic programs, student recreation and development, university housing, athletics, and public service. The learning environment is enhanced by a museum of cultural and natural history, a botanical garden, a unique wildlife education and raptor center, a performing arts center, the Center for Art and Theatre, and a continuing education and conference center. The campus is located in Statesboro, a classic Main Street community near historic Savannah and Hilton Head Island.

Alma Mater, Year................................. Eastern Illinois, 1999

Notable Alumni: Daniel Cathy, President Chick-Fil-A; Tony Townley, co-founder of Zaxby’s Restaurant; Hala Moddelmog, President of Arby’s; Luke Bryan, Country Music Singer; Mike Davis, Executive Director, USGA.

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Assistant Coach................................................... Lisa Jackson Alma Mater...................................................... Erskine, 2007 Assistant Coach....................................................Alex Stewart Alma Mater..............................................Georgia Tech, 2004 Assistant Coach..................................................Toby Wagoner 2014-15 Overall Record..................................................... 5-24 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish....................................2-18/t-10th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................... 13/1 Newcomers..............................................................................2


2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (5-24, 2-18 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT NOV. 15 LIPSCOMB Nov. 20 at Mercer Nov. 24 at Georgia Dec. 2 at Savannah State DEC. 4 JACKSONVILLE STATE DEC. 14 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN DEC. 17 ROBERT MORRIS Dec. 20 (1) at Stetson Dec. 21 (1) vs. Bethune-Cookman Dec. 30 at Texas State * Jan. 2 at UT Arlington * JAN. 7 SOUTH ALABAMA * JAN. 9 TROY * JAN. 14 UL LAFAYETTE * JAN. 16 UL MONROE * Jan. 19 at Georgia State * Jan. 23 at Appalachian State * Jan. 28 at Little Rock * Jan. 30 at Arkansas State * FEB. 4 UT ARLINGTON * FEB. 6 TEXAS STATE * Feb. 11 at Troy * Feb. 13 at South Alabama * FEB. 18 ARKANSAS STATE * FEB. 20 LITTLE ROCK * FEB. 22 GEORGIA STATE * FEB. 25 APPALACHIAN STATE * Mar. 3 at UL Monroe * Mar. 5 at UL Lafayette * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION STATESBORO, GA. Macon, Ga. Athens, Ga. Savannah, Ga. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. San Marcos, Texas Arlington, Texas STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. Atlanta, Ga. Boone, N.C. Little Rock, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. Troy, Ala. Mobile, Ala. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. STATESBORO, GA. Monroe, La. Lafayette, La. New Orleans, La.

TIME 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:30 PM 4:00 PM 1:30 PM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 3:05 PM 4:00 PM 3:30 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:15 PM 5:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game (1) Stetson Hatter Classic (Deland, Fla.)

Head Coach Kip Drown Georgia Southern Athletics named 27-year head coaching veteran Kip Drown as seventh head women’s basketball coach on March 31, 2015. Drown owns a 463-336 career record with stops at Southwest Baptist, Georgia Southwestern, Grand Canyon and most recently Colorado State-Pueblo. Drown joined the Eagles after most recently serving as head coach at CSUPueblo, where he led the ThunderWolves to a winning season every year and reached the NCAA Division II tournament in seven of his 10 seasons at the helm. Drown led the squad to four RMAC Championships and won threestraight titles from 2008-2010.

DATE OPPONENT NOVEMBER 14 at Lipscomb 18 JACKSONVILLE 22 KENNESAW STATE 25 at No. 22 Georgia 29 TOCCOA FALLS DECEMBER 2 at Jacksonville State 6 MERCER 21 (1) vs. Eastern Washington 22 (1) vs. Southern 30 at UT Arlington * JANUARY 3 TEXAS STATE * 8 at Arkansas State * 10 at South Alabama * 15 UL LAFAYETTE * 17 at Troy * 22 at Texas State * 24 at UL Monroe * 29 APPALACHIAN STATE * 31 LITTLE ROCK * FEBRUARY 5 GEORGIA STATE * 7 UL MONROE * 12 ARKANSAS STATE * 14 at Little Rock * 19 TROY * 21 SOUTH ALABAMA * 26 at Appalachian State * 28 at UL Lafayette * MARCH 5 UT ARLINGTON * 7 at Georgia State *

RESULT L, 74-80 W, 78-65 L, 51-72 L, 52-93 W, 84-36 L, 52-78 L, 61-84 L, 42-55 W, 68-52 L, 52-64 L, 65-79 L, 63-86 W, 67-53 L, 57-69 L, 74-84 L, 57-67 L, 66-72 (OT) L, 74-77 L, 44-58 L, 54-82 L, 50-58 L, 73-81 L, 43-60 L, 93-97 (OT) L, 63-80 L, 39-66 L, 35-62 L, 41-66 W, 82-74

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

YEAR

HOMETOWN

1

Bri Reece

G

So.

5-5

2

Trellanie English-Lurry

G

So.

5-7

Miami, Fla.

3

Ashley Burke

G

Fr.

5-6

Statesboro, Ga.

G

So.

5-6

Clyo, Ga.

G/F

So.

6-0

Columbia, S.C.

4

Jakayvea Akins

5

Alexis Foulks

Hinesville, Ga.

11

Angel McGowan

G

Jr.

5-9

Greenville, S.C.

12

Abby Hix

G

So.

5-8

Kansas City, Mo.

14

Briana Jones

F/C

Sr.

6-2

Powder Springs, Ga.

20

Sierra Kirkland

F

Sr.

5-11

Statesboro, Ga.

23

Alexis Sams

G

Jr.

5-5

Orlando, Fla.

24

Rhein Beamon

G

Fr.

5-9

Stone Mountain, Ga.

25

Sierra Butler

F/C

So.

6-2

Norcross, Ga.

33

Jessica Mlaska

F/C

So.

6-3

Woodstock, Ga.

35

Patrice Butler

F/C

Jr.

6-2

Norcross, Ga.

44

Jessica Marcus

F

Jr.

6-0

Charlotte, N.C.

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EAGLES TO WATCH

Angel McGowan G - 5-9 Junior Greenville, S.C. Exercise Science Angel McGown led the Eagles in scoring in 2014-15 with 13.1 ppg and is more than halfway to joining the 1,000 point scoring club at Georgia Southern. She was a capable three-point threat with 33 baskets from downtown as a sophomore while averaging a team-best 2.5 assists per game. A native of Greenville, S.C., McGowan was recognized by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley for publishing a children’s book, entitled “STOMP OUT the Bullying.”

Patrice Butler F/C - 6-2 Junior Norcross, Ga. Exercise Science Patrice Butler had a breakout sophomore season in 2014-15, her first with the Eagles, after transferring to Georgia Southern from Furman University. She averaged 12.2 ppg in 2014-15 and gave the Eagles a size advantage in the low post. She grabbed 5.5 rebounds per game while shooting 48% from the field.

2014-15 EAGLES OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 11 McGowan, Angel 29 28 890 30.7 131 331 .396 33 125 .264 84 117 .718 23 57 80 2.8 68 1 73 35 Butler, Patrice 27 18 544 20.1 131 271 .483 20 54 .370 48 64 .750 43 105 148 5.5 62 1 13 24 Knight, Anna Claire 29 29 918 31.7 120 327 .367 21 85 .247 52 74 .703 45 117 162 5.6 44 0 53 14 Jones, Briana 27 26 541 20.0 67 148 .453 0 0 .000 23 31 .742 29 96 125 4.6 59 0 20 23 Sams, Alexis 29 29 891 30.7 47 138 .341 37 109 .339 22 27 .815 7 54 61 2.1 47 0 59 12 Hix, Abby 26 0 287 11.0 31 100 .310 22 83 .265 6 8 .750 5 17 22 0.8 19 0 11 20 Kirkland, Sierra 29 9 607 20.9 34 106 .321 0 1 .000 22 34 .647 50 95 145 5.0 50 1 35 25 Butler, Sierra 22 1 282 12.8 26 72 .361 3 11 .273 13 29 .448 17 64 81 3.7 37 0 7 2 English-Lurry, T 28 0 294 10.5 24 67 .358 16 41 .390 3 4 .750 8 25 33 1.2 29 0 20 44 Marcus, Jessica 17 3 129 7.6 16 42 .381 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 6 26 32 1.9 26 0 2 3 Roberts, Danielle 4 0 48 12.0 3 11 .273 0 6 .000 0 1 .000 0 7 7 1.8 6 0 5 4 Akins, Jakayvea 28 0 214 7.6 11 34 .324 0 0 .000 16 29 .552 10 23 33 1.2 22 0 19 5 Foulks, Alexis 22 2 154 7.0 9 43 .209 7 31 .226 4 6 .667 3 21 24 1.1 19 0 5 1 Reece, Bri 4 0 12 3.0 1 7 .143 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 0 0 0 30 Corcoran, Kelsey 1 0 4 4.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 3.0 0 0 0 33 Mlaska, Jessica 8 0 35 4.4 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 2 5 7 0.9 2 0 0 TEAM................ 58 65 123 4.2 0 Total.......... 29 651 1699 .383 159 546 .291 293 427 .686 307 780 1087 37.5 490 3 322 Opponents...... 29 773 1887 .410 138 452 .305 368 532 .692 430 819 1249 43.1 413 - 362

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 91 3 46 379 13.1 51 9 14 330 12.2 82 7 37 313 10.8 35 38 17 157 5.8 60 3 21 153 5.3 9 0 4 90 3.5 46 8 21 90 3.1 31 15 6 68 3.1 20 1 5 67 2.4 10 3 5 32 1.9 7 0 4 6 1.5 36 8 12 38 1.4 8 8 6 29 1.3 1 1 1 2 0.5 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 2 1 0 0.0 17 505 106 200 1754 60.5 398 96 247 2052 70.8

2014-15 EAGLES CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 35 Butler, Patrice 20 15 459 23.0 108 223 .484 16 40 .400 43 57 .754 32 87 119 6.0 48 1 11 11 McGowan, Angel 20 19 652 32.6 92 222 .414 21 85 .247 66 93 .710 17 38 55 2.8 49 1 52 24 Knight, Anna Claire 20 20 659 33.0 86 229 .376 17 62 .274 27 40 .675 31 86 117 5.9 32 0 37 14 Jones, Briana 18 18 358 19.9 42 96 .438 0 0 .000 11 16 .688 19 61 80 4.4 44 0 11 23 Sams, Alexis 20 20 627 31.4 31 95 .326 27 79 .342 7 10 .700 3 28 31 1.6 36 0 41 25 Butler, Sierra 14 0 187 13.4 19 47 .404 1 4 .250 10 19 .526 10 47 57 4.1 22 0 4 20 Kirkland, Sierra 20 6 410 20.5 25 75 .333 0 0 .000 12 22 .545 34 68 102 5.1 33 0 24 12 Hix, Abby 20 0 219 11.0 20 72 .278 13 60 .217 2 4 .500 4 12 16 0.8 14 0 9 2 English-Lurry, T 19 0 181 9.5 14 45 .311 8 24 .333 2 2 1.000 4 17 21 1.1 17 0 12 5 Foulks, Alexis 14 2 95 6.8 5 28 .179 3 17 .176 1 2 .500 2 11 13 0.9 12 0 3 4 Akins, Jakayvea 20 0 155 7.8 6 21 .286 0 0 .000 5 15 .333 9 18 27 1.4 18 0 11 44 Marcus, Jessica 9 0 36 4.0 2 10 .200 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 6 7 0.8 14 0 1 33 Mlaska, Jessica 4 0 10 2.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 1 Reece, Bri 3 0 2 0.7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 TEAM................ 35 39 74 3.7 0 Total.......... 20 450 1163 .387 106 371 .286 186 281 .662 201 518 719 36.0 340 2 216 Opponents...... 20 538 1294 .416 97 302 .321 264 372 .710 300 566 866 43.3 282 - 245

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 38 7 14 275 13.8 70 2 32 271 13.6 56 5 25 216 10.8 24 28 10 95 5.3 42 3 14 96 4.8 22 7 3 49 3.5 25 5 15 62 3.1 6 0 3 55 2.8 16 1 4 38 2.0 5 7 5 14 1.0 22 5 7 17 0.9 4 0 2 4 0.4 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 14 344 70 134 1192 59.6 270 67 161 1437 71.8


EAGLES

THE EXPERIENCE The academic component of Georgia Southern’s Student-Athlete Services employs 18 tutors, five mentors and six dual role mentors/tutors. After moving to Cone Hall in 2011, the new space provides 17 study rooms to student-athletes along with 36 computers for use. Eagles in Transition is a student-athlete specific career counseling opportunity that helps student-athletes tailor their resumes, network with alumni and businesspeople in the area, and complete mock interviews. The program began in the 2014-15 academic year. Career Month hosts workshops throughout one month to stress students’ futures and careers beyond college. Eagle Expo is a job fair available to all students to meet with potential employers. Academic Services also refers student-athletes to Career Services to help them with career aspirations and networking. A nationally recognized program, the Georgia Southern University Concussion Research platform is dedicated to the scientific understanding of sports-related concussion and their resulting consequences. The program’s primary line of research is related to identifying and understanding the lingering deficits which appear to persist well past recovery on standard clinical testing. Recently, with the inclusion of the Helmet

Georgia Southern’s Concussion Research program provides real-time feedback on hits to the head that could result in a concussion. The program, which was recently featured on NBC Nightly News, is also used to study the recovery period following concussions.

Impact Telemetry System, the research program has been expanded to further understanding the relationship between helmet impacts and the

In total, $4,510,301 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic

resultant impairments in postural control.

year were awarded to 305 student-athletes. Of that, $1,653,101 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 85

The Eagles Men’s Golf team competed in an international tournament in

football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone $191,071

October 2014 in St. Andrews, Scotland against St. Andrews University. The

was given to 201 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF).

match was reported to be the first collegiate golf match held on the Old Course in St. Andrews.

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PANTHERS

ADMINISTRATION

QUICK FACTS Location................................................................. Atlanta, Ga. Founded.............................................................................1913 Enrollment......................................................................32,000 Nickname....................................................................Panthers Colors................................................................Blue and White Dr. Mark Becker President

George Pierce Faculty Representative

Charlie Cobb Athletics Director

Kelcey Roegiers-Jensen SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY The second-largest member of the state university system, Georgia State is an enterprising urban public research institution and a national leader in graduating students from widely diverse backgrounds. Centered in the historic financial hub of downtown Atlanta, the university provides unsurpassed connections to the city’s business, government, nonprofit and cultural organizations. Its 32,000 students can choose from 55 undergraduate and graduate programs that cover more than 250 fields of study. The university is classified as a Research University with Very High Activity, according to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Since its inception, 192,785 degrees have been conferred. The university has a full-time faculty count of 1,142, with 69 percent of those faculty members either tenured or on tenure track.

Head Coach...........................................Sharon Baldwin-Tener Alma Mater, Year............................................. Georgia, 1991 Record at GSU (Years)............................................. 58-93 (6) Career Record................................................... 253-235 (16) Assistant Coach........................................... Latricia Trammell Alma Mater.............................East Central Oklahoma, 1992 Assistant Coach........................................................Erin Batth Alma Mater.................................................... Clemson, 2001 Assistant Coach..............................................Cameron Sealey Alma Mater, Year................................... Lenoir-Rhyne, 2012 2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 13-17

Since its opening, Georgia State has graduated 175,000 alumni. Currently, it is estimated there are 100,000 alumni living in the metro Atlanta area.

2014-15 SBC Record/Finish......................................8-12/t-8th

In the athletic arenas, GSU was one of the six original schools to form the Sun Belt Conference in 1976 and participated in the league for five years. It returned to its roots to fortify regional rivalries when it rejoined the conference as a full member in 2013.

Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 4/2

Notable Alumni: Charles Shapiro, former United States Ambassador to Venezuela, Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. State Department; Jody Powell, former White House Press Secretary; Ken Lewis, former CEO of Bank of America; David Brown, former host of public radio show Marketplace; Glenn Richardson, former Speaker, Georgia House of Representatives; Ludacris, musician, actor (attended); Julia Roberts, actress (attended).

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Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 3/2 Newcomers..............................................................................9

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2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (13-17, 8-12 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT Nov. 13 at Kennesaw State Nov. 19 at Tennessee Tech NOV. 21 MOREHEAD STATE Nov. 24 at Alabama NOV. 28 (1) HOWARD NOV. 29 (1) CHARLOTTE DEC. 5 NORTH FLORIDA Dec. 20 (2) vs. Bethune-Cookman Dec. 21 (2) at Stetson Dec. 30 at UT Arlington * Jan. 2 at Texas State * JAN. 7 TROY * JAN. 9 SOUTH ALABAMA * JAN. 14 UL MONROE * JAN. 16 UL LAFAYETTE * JAN. 19 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * Jan. 21 at Appalachian State * Jan. 28 at Arkansas State * Jan. 30 at Little Rock * FEB. 4 TEXAS STATE * FEB. 6 UT ARLINGTON * Feb. 11 at South Alabama * Feb. 13 at Troy * FEB. 18 LITTLE ROCK * FEB. 20 ARKANSAS STATE * Feb. 22 at Georgia Southern * FEB. 27 APPALACHIAN STATE * Mar. 3 at UL Lafayette * Mar. 5 at UL Monroe * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION Kennesaw, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn. ATLANTA, GA. Tuscaloosa, Ala. ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. Arlington, Texas San Marcos, Texas ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. Boone, N.C. Jonesboro, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. Mobile, Ala. Troy, Ala. ATLANTA, GA. ATLANTA, GA. Statesboro, Ga. ATLANTA, GA. Lafayette, La. Monroe, La. New Orleans, La.

TIME 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game (1) GSU Thanksgiving Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) | (2) Stetson Hatter Classic (Deland, Fla.)

Head Coach Sharon Baldwin-Tener Sharon Baldwin-Tener brought her winning ways and program-building skills to GSU in April of 2010. She begins her sixth season here with 253 wins as a college head coach. In 2014-15, coach saw Makeba Ponder be named a Mid-Major Freshman All-American after leading the Sun Belt in 3-point baskets made (69) as the team made 164 (four shy of the school record. Georgia State led the Sun Belt in free throw percentage, was No. 2 in rebound margin, 3-point shooting percentage, while being No. 3 in assists, scoring, field goal percentage. In eight years, she turned the East Carolina women’s program around, winning 126 games, while earning postseason bids to the NCAA and WNIT tournaments.

DATE OPPONENT NOVEMBER 15 at North Florida 24 THOMAS 28 (1) SAMFORD 30 (1) LIBERTY DECEMBER 3 KENNESAW STATE 7 at Morehead State 13 TENNESSEE TECH 19 (2) MASSACHUSSETTS 20 (2) LASALLE 30 UL MONROE * JANUARY 3 LITTLE ROCK * 5 TEXAS STATE * 8 at UL Lafayette * 10 TROY * 15 UT ARLINGTON * 17 at Appalachian State * 19 at Arkansas State * 24 UL LAFAYETTE * 29 at UT Arlington * 31 ARKANSAS STATE * FEBRUARY 5 at Georgia Southern * 7 at South Alabama * 14 at Texas State * 19 SOUTH ALABAMA * 21 APPALACHIAN STATE * 26 at Little Rock * 28 at Troy * MARCH 5 at UL Monroe * 7 Georgia Southern * 11 (3) vs. No. 1 Little Rock

RESULT W, 72-59 W, 101-55 W, 61-56 L, 71-73 L, 64-73 L, 72-74 W, 72-60 W, 71-66 L, 68-76 W, 80-72 L, 55-75 W, 74-69 L, 52-68 L, 87-96 L, 39-45 W, 76-71 L, 65-76 L, 56-63 L, 45-57 L, 47-61 W, 82-54 W, 84-78 L, 61-71 W, 69-54 W, 80-70 L, 39-56 L, 75-88 W, 66-61 L, 74-82 L, 54-71

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) - GSU Thanksgiving Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) (2) - GSU Holiday & Hoops Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) (3) - Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, La.)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

0

Alaysia Mitchell

F

1

Kierra Henry

2

K.K. Williams

3 4 5

*Nasheema Oliver

11 12 21 23

HT.

YEAR

HOMETOWN

6-0

Jr.

Marietta, Ga.

G

5-9

Fr.

Marietta, Ga.

F

5-10

Fr.

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

D’Arcy Draper

C

6-3

So.

Perth, Australia

Erica Norwood

PG

5-4

R-Jr.

Smyrna, Ga.

C

6-3

Fr.

Cordele, Ga.

Astaja Tyghter

F

5-10

Fr.

Orlando, Fla.

Ashlee Cole

G

5-8

Sr.

Ellenwood, Ga.

Morgan Jackson

F

6-0

Sr.

Gainesville, Ga.

Madison Newby

PG

5-8

Fr.

Lawrenceville, Ga.

24

Makeba Ponder

G

5-8

So.

Moultrie, Ga.

25

Kennesha Nichols

F

5-11

So.

Smyrna, Tenn.

32

Haley Gerrin

F

6-2

Jr.

Clarkesville, Ga.

33

Tatianna Jackson

G

5-10

R-Jr.

44

Taleah Williams

C

6-2

Jr.

Atlanta, Ga. Forestville, Md.

*Redshirt NCAA transfer player for 2015-16 who can practice, but not play in any games.

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PANTHERS TO WATCH

Makeba Ponder G - 5-8 Sophomore Moultrie, Ga. Interdiciplinary Studies Makeba Ponder led the team in scoring (11.3 ppg) and tied the school record with 69 3-point baskets made for the season. She was selected as a Freshman Mid-Major All-America player by FullCourt.com. The 5-8 guard led the Sun Belt in 3-point baskets made per game (2.5, No. 61 NCAA) and shot 40.4 percent outside the arc to rank No. 2 in the Sun Belt and No. 34 NCAA. Ponder had six games with 20 or more points and 15 games in double figures as a freshman at Georgia State. She made 7 3-point baskets in a game, with 6 in another and made in four other games. She shot 76.4 percent from the free throw line. Ponder’s production was stellar, considering she played just 543 minutes of the possible 1,200 total minutes of the season on a veteran-laden team. She produced her 317 points score in those 543 minutes.

Tatianna Jackson G - 5-10 RS-Junior Atlanta, Ga. Chemistry Tatianna Jackson transferred after two years at Chattanooga. She was a Southern Conference All-Freshman pick in 2012-13 after playing all 33 games on an NCAA Tournament team. As a sophomore, Jackson also played all 33 games for the Mocs on another NCAA Tournament squad under a different head coach. Jackson had 11 double-figure scoring games among her 329 points to go with 288 rebounds. Her sophomore team ran off a 25-game winning streak. She practiced all 2014-15 with Georgia State and has two years eligibility at GSU. An Atlanta native, Jackson came back to the city where she led her Lovett High School team to a state championship as the Class AA Georgia Player of the Year. She was a three-time All-State player with 1,812 career points.

2014-15 PANTHERS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 10 Ponder, Makeba 28 10 543 19.4 103 246 .419 69 171 .404 42 55 .764 19 36 55 2.0 39 1 25 13 Logan, Brittany 29 18 601 20.7 113 205 .551 0 0 .000 85 114 .746 83 149 232 8.0 92 4 20 5 Andrews, Alisha 23 19 667 29.0 74 206 .359 31 106 .292 39 51 .765 8 38 46 2.0 53 2 117 20 Nolan, Kayla 22 13 515 23.4 70 178 .393 4 15 .267 59 86 .686 19 66 85 3.9 48 2 35 25 Nichols, Kennesha 30 18 554 18.5 82 149 .550 0 1 .000 28 44 .636 43 97 140 4.7 50 0 29 23 Watson, Ashley 30 25 783 26.1 62 165 .376 0 0 .000 57 72 .792 33 42 75 2.5 56 1 98 24 Moss, Gaby 30 18 550 18.3 74 192 .385 20 59 .339 7 11 .636 29 35 64 2.1 36 0 29 12 Cole, Ashlee 30 0 420 14.0 41 136 .301 19 64 .297 24 37 .649 9 39 48 1.6 26 0 27 32 Gerrin, Haley 28 20 479 17.1 43 97 .443 0 0 .000 22 31 .710 47 57 104 3.7 55 0 11 21 Jackson, Morgan 29 3 354 12.2 30 71 .423 19 42 .452 3 6 .500 12 38 50 1.7 27 0 5 11 Groover, Ashanti 14 2 112 8.0 15 33 .455 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 15 23 38 2.7 9 0 2 1 Hannoun, Mariam 14 0 97 6.9 7 22 .318 2 7 .286 8 9 .889 3 9 12 0.9 6 0 10 2 Smith, Miranda 30 4 276 9.2 15 50 .300 0 3 .000 5 8 .625 22 31 53 1.8 30 0 13 22 Mayfield, Jamila 8 0 46 5.8 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 5 10 15 1.9 12 0 0 33 Ulm, Jordan 1 0 3 3.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 TEAM................ 55 69 124 4.1 1 Total.......... 30 731 1759 .416 164 468 .350 386 534 .723 402 739 1141 38.0 541 10 421 Opponents...... 30 730 1771 .412 180 559 .322 390 564 .691 378 688 1066 35.5 524 - 433

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 30 0 18 317 11.3 74 13 18 311 10.7 52 0 58 218 9.5 53 0 30 203 9.2 44 15 29 192 6.4 68 0 35 181 6.0 48 1 18 175 5.8 37 1 6 125 4.2 25 10 12 108 3.9 24 7 8 82 2.8 14 3 2 36 2.6 13 1 5 24 1.7 23 7 5 35 1.2 3 5 1 5 0.6 0 0 0 0 0.0 15 523 63 245 2012 67.1 468 102 261 2030 67.7

2014-15 PANTHERS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 10 Ponder, Makeba 18 8 371 20.6 64 156 .410 42 115 .365 29 35 .829 12 26 38 2.1 23 0 19 13 Logan, Brittany 19 9 365 19.2 67 124 .540 0 0 .000 59 76 .776 54 80 134 7.1 65 4 11 5 Andrews, Alisha 17 13 489 28.8 49 148 .331 22 79 .278 32 42 .762 6 30 36 2.1 41 2 96 25 Nichols, Kennesha 20 17 431 21.6 67 122 .549 0 1 .000 17 26 .654 35 83 118 5.9 37 0 23 20 Nolan, Kayla 13 5 246 18.9 30 83 .361 1 5 .200 25 36 .694 9 27 36 2.8 26 0 17 24 Moss, Gaby 20 9 365 18.3 56 135 .415 15 41 .366 5 9 .556 23 24 47 2.4 22 0 21 23 Watson, Ashley 20 20 548 27.4 46 116 .397 0 0 .000 35 43 .814 25 29 54 2.7 38 1 61 32 Gerrin, Haley 18 10 312 17.3 29 67 .433 0 0 .000 10 16 .625 26 33 59 3.3 37 0 5 21 Jackson, Morgan 19 3 242 12.7 23 49 .469 15 31 .484 3 6 .500 7 30 37 1.9 17 0 5 12 Cole, Ashlee 20 0 247 12.4 20 75 .267 9 34 .265 13 18 .722 4 20 24 1.2 16 0 12 11 Groover, Ashanti 11 2 97 8.8 13 29 .448 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 12 21 33 3.0 8 0 1 1 Hannoun, Mariam 10 0 71 7.1 5 11 .455 1 4 .250 5 5 1.000 1 6 7 0.7 6 0 8 2 Smith, Miranda 20 4 191 9.6 11 34 .324 0 1 .000 1 3 .333 10 22 32 1.6 21 0 6 22 Mayfield, Jamila 3 0 25 8.3 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 2 4 6 2.0 5 0 0 Team................ 35 45 80 4.0 1 Total.......... 20 480 1152 .417 105 311 .338 241 325 .742 261 480 741 37.0 363 7 285 Opponents...... 20 489 1168 .419 130 387 .336 259 373 .694 244 450 694 34.7 339 - 293

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 20 0 12 199 11.1 49 4 11 193 10.2 38 0 44 152 8.9 36 13 26 151 7.6 22 0 12 86 6.6 33 1 8 132 6.6 50 0 24 127 6.4 17 10 9 68 3.8 16 6 5 64 3.4 27 1 1 62 3.1 12 3 2 32 2.9 10 0 3 16 1.6 15 5 5 23 1.2 2 2 1 1 0.3 12 359 45 163 1306 65.3 305 63 182 1367 68.3


PANTHERS

THE EXPERIENCE Georgia State’s academic support program for student-athletes is led by the Office of Student-Athlete Development. The department makes a continued commitment to provide Georgia State student-athletes with the personal tools and resources necessary to develop the total person, in addition to enhancing their success on the playing field. The department actively participates in the Student-Athlete Affairs Program, which aims to meet the following: academic excellence, athletic excellence, personal development, career development, and commitment to service. In order to accomplish their goals, Georgia State athletics has designed three programs and activities - Panther Academic Support Services (P.A.S.S.), Student-Athlete Affairs, and Panther DEN. PASS includes new student-athlete orientation, a learning lab, tutorial assistance, mandatory advisement, and academic monitoring. Student-Athlete Affairs is a comprehensive program that provides educational, personal, community, and career development to enhance the overall quality of our student-athletes’ university experience. Each Georgia State student-athlete does at least 20-25 hours community service, Panther DEN offers a variety of services dedicated entirely to addressing visiting Children’s Hospitals, attending elementary school reading days and fairs, the unique challenges that face the Georgia State University student-ath- preparing and serving food at area food banks and shelters. lete. These services are offered in conjunction with the Life Skills program, The academic program also offers internships for former student-athDepartment of Student Health Promotion and the University’s Counseling letes, which were established to assist with professional development. & Testing Center. The Panther DEN holds an academic study area, two computer labs, containing 90 computers for student-athlete use, and nine private study rooms. Recent renovation was complete on the academic study area and both computer labs. The institution has 42 tutors and six academic mentors available, free of charge, to all student-athletes. Tutorial assistance is provided on both a mandatory and walk-in basis.

Recently the men’s basketball team traveled on a Costa Rican International Tour in August 2014. The team held clinics for children and took part in a shoe distribution with the Samaritan’s Feet program. In total, $7,311,851 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 333 student-athletes. Of that, $2,393,831 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 108 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone $277,050 was given to 123 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF).

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ADMINISTRATION

QUICK FACTS Location.............................................................. Lafayette, La. Founded.............................................................................1898 Enrollment......................................................................18,796 Nickname....................................................................... Cajuns Colors........................................................Vermilion and White Dr. E. Joseph Savoie President

Dr. Anita Hazelwood Faculty Representative

Scott Farmer Athletics Director

Jessica Leger SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is a public research university at the central crossroads of the state. With close to 19,000 students, it has the largest enrollment within the nine-campus UL System and is the second-largest university in Louisiana. Founded in 1898, the University is recognized for excellence in architecture, computer science, education, engineering, nursing and allied health, criminal justice and business. The campus consists of 388 acres, including more than 240 acres at the athletics complex. On the main campus, live oak trees shade perimeter sidewalks and a Walk of Honor, formed by more than 80,000 bricks engraved with the names of each graduate since 1903, encircles the Quad. At the center of campus is Cypress Lake, home to alligators, turtles, birds and fish. It is a managed wetland that reflects the nearby Atchafalaya Basin, the nation’s largest river swamp. Notable alumni: Kathleen Blanco, former governor of Louisiana; John Breaux, former U.S. senator; Ali Landry, 1996 Miss USA; Hollis Conway, two-time Olympic medalist in track and field; Charles “Peanut” Tilman, two-time Walter Payton Award recipient who plays for the Carolina Panthers.; Jake Delhomme, former NFL quarterback who led the Carolina Panthers to their first Super Bowl in 2004.

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Head Coach......................................................Garry Brodhead Alma Mater, Year..................................... UL Lafayette, 1980 Record at UL Lafayette (Years).........................47-49 (Three) Career Record.............................................................. Same Assistant Coach..................................................Deacon Jones Alma Mater, Year..................................... UL Lafayette, 1999 Assistant Coach................................................ Katherine Katz Alma Mater, Year..................... Birmingham Southern, 2006 Assistant Coach...................................................Amber Gragg Alma Mater, Year.................................................UTSA, 2011 Director of Basketball Operations...................Mary Chris Vogt 2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 23-12 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish.......................................10-10/6th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 9/1 Newcomers..............................................................................4

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2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (23-12, 10-10 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT Nov. 15 at Ole Miss NOV. 19 SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS Nov. 22 at Houston Nov. 27 (1) vs. Arkansas Nov. 28 (1) vs. Sacred Heart Dec. 3 at UL Monroe * DEC. 12 DILLARD DEC. 15 UC SANTA BARBARA Dec. 19 at Louisiana Tech DEC. 29 ALCORN STATE JAN. 2 APPALACHIAN STATE * Jan. 7 at Little Rock * Jan. 9 at Arkansas State * Jan. 14 at Georgia Southern * Jan. 16 at Georgia State * JAN. 21 SOUTH ALABAMA * JAN. 23 TROY * JAN. 28 TEXAS STATE * JAN. 30 UT ARLINGTON * FEB. 2 UL MONROE * Feb. 4 at Appalachian State * FEB. 11 ARKANSAS STATE * FEB. 13 LITTLE ROCK * Feb. 18 at UT Arlington * Feb. 20 at Texas State * Feb. 25 at Troy * Feb. 27 at South Alabama * MAR. 3 GEORGIA STATE * MAR. 5 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION Oxford, Miss. LAFAYETTE, LA. Houston, Texas Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Guaynabo, Puerto Rico Monroe, La. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. Ruston, La. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. Little Rock, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Statesboro, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. Boone, N.C. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. Arlington, Texas San Marcos, Texas Troy, Ala. Mobile, Ala. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. New Orleans, La.

TIME 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:30 PM 11:15 AM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:15 PM 3:05 PM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM 5:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game (1) San Juan Shootout (Guaynabo, Puerto Rico)

Head Coach Garry Brodhead Entering his fourth season at the helm of the Ragin’ Cajuns women’s basketball team, Garry Brodhead has already seen growth in the program that he took over in the summer of 2012. Last season, Brodhead guided the Cajuns to their best season since 2011-12, winning 23 games and claiming the Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI) Tournament Championship. At season’s end the Cajuns had three players named to the All-Louisiana Women’s Basketball Team (Keke Veal, Kia Wilridge, Jaylyn Gordon). Veal and Wilridge also garnered All-Sun Belt Conference Third Team honors. During the 2013-14 season, Brodhead helped the Ragin’ Cajuns to a 14-16 record, with 11 underclassmen on the 12-member roster.

DATE OPPONENT NOVEMBER 14 at Lamar 18 XAVIER 22 LOUISIANA TECH 29 at Southeastern Louisiana DECEMBER 6 SAM HOUSTON STATE 13 SOUTHERN-NO 17 NO. 21 MISSISSIPPI STATE 19 at Alcorn State 28 JACKSON STATE 30 at Little Rock * JANUARY 3 TROY * 5 at Appalachian State * 8 GEORGIA STATE * 15 at Georgia Southern * 17 SOUTH ALABAMA * 19 UL MONROE * 22 ARKANSAS STATE * 24 at Georgia State * 29 at South Alabama * 31 at Texas State * FEBRUARY 5 APPALACHIAN STATE * 7 UT ARLINGTON * 12 at UL Monroe * 14 at Troy * 19 TEXAS STATE * 21 at UT Arlington * 28 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * MARCH 5 LITTLE ROCK * 7 at Arkansas State * 11 (1) vs. No. 3 Troy 13 (1) vs. No. 2 Arkansas State 19 (2) vs. No. 7 UT Pan American 21 (2) vs. No. 6 McNeese State 26 (2) vs. No. 4 Oral Roberts 29 (2) vs. No. 2 Siena

RESULT W, 75-55 W, 69-53 W, 58-55 W, 71-60 W, 65-46 W, 58-52 L, 51-66 W, 64-57 (OT) W, 65-56 L, 41-67 L, 55-60 L, 51-63 W, 68-52 W, 69-57 W, 65-58 L, 60-67 (OT) W, 69-57 W, 63-56 L, 47-57 W, 83-81 (2OT) W, 70-66 L, 51-57 W, 68-65 (2OT) L, 63-68 W, 64-41 L, 42-56 W, 62-35 L, 66-68 L, 65-87 W, 66-52 L, 61-63 W, 78-56 W, 63-58 W, 65-64 W, 52-50

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) - Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, LA) (2) - WBI Tournament First Round (Lafayette, LA)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

YEAR

1

Brooklyn Arceneaux

G/F

5-9

RS-Sr.

HOMETOWN

3

Breionne Cooper

C

6-3

Fr.

New Orleans, La.

5

Jordan Alexander

F

6-1

Fr.

Dallas, Texas

10

Kia Wilridge

G

5-5

Sr.

Crowley, La.

11

Jaylyn Gordon

G

5-5

Jr.

Edgard, La.

14

Adrienne Prejean

F

5-9

Sr.

Lafayette, La.

15

Jodi Quinn

G/F

5-7

So.

St. Martinville, La.

21

Jasmin Mills

F

6-1

Sr.

Belle Rose, La.

22

Gabby Alexander

G/F

5-11

Jr.

Bogalusa, La.

23

Taylor Washington

G

5-7

Jr.

Arlington, Texas

24

Keke Veal

G

5-6

Sr.

Opelousas, La.

25

Sylvana Okde

G

5-6

Jr.

Houston, Texas

32

Simone Fields

F

6-0

So.

San Antonio, Texas

33

Alex Weeks

C

6-4

Fr.

Opelousas, La.

Lafayette, La.

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RAGIN’ CAJUNS TO WATCH

Keke Veal

Kia Wilridge G - 5-6 Senior Opelousas, La. Sport Management

Last season, played in 30 games, making 26 starts … led team in scoring, averaging 14.9 points per game and was first in assists with 113 … led all Cajuns with 23 double-digit point games, including a season-high of 29 against McNeese State on March 21 … finished second in steals on the team (78) … pulled down season-high of eight rebounds in two separate games against Xavier (La.) and McNeese State … recorded five steals in three separate games … scored double-digit points in each game from Feb. 7-March 29, including a season-high of 29 against McNeese State on March 21 … following season, earned Third Team All-Sun Belt Conference accolades.

F - 5-5 Senior Crowley, La. Exercise Science Last season, started in all 35 games, averaging 12.3 points in 31.9 minutes per contest … led Cajuns with 100 steals … first in defensive rebounds (115) … finished second on the team in assists with 81 … scored a season-high of 19 points on Nov. 29 at Southeastern Louisiana … recorded 29 double-digit point games … pulled down nine rebounds on two separate occasions … picked up season-best eight steals against Sam Houston State on Dec. 6 … shot 42.7% (160-of-375) from the floor, including 20.5% (8of-39) from three-point range … collected 10 points and added three assists in Sun Belt Conference Tournament first round win against Troy on March 11 … scored 14 points in 38 minutes in conference tournament semifinals matchup against Arkansas State on March 13 … earned Third-Team All-Sun Belt Conference honors following the season.

2014-15 RAGIN’ CAJUNS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Veal, Keke 34 30 975 28.7 185 508 .364 31 131 .237 106 169 .627 45 89 134 3.9 101 6 113 11 Gordon, Jaylyn 34 31 1108 32.6 145 423 .343 73 254 .287 91 118 .771 19 105 124 3.6 85 0 76 10 Wilridge, Kia 35 35 1117 31.9 160 375 .427 8 39 .205 103 145 .710 43 115 158 4.5 80 5 81 3 Brown, Robbie 35 14 852 24.3 85 266 .320 30 100 .300 30 49 .612 34 79 113 3.2 62 2 44 32 Fields, Simone 35 31 945 27.0 90 167 .539 0 0 .000 45 73 .616 86 72 158 4.5 68 2 10 22 Alexander, Gabby 35 2 465 13.3 49 133 .368 1 2 .500 32 52 .615 46 88 134 3.8 44 0 12 21 Mills, Jasmin 10 0 125 12.5 13 24 .542 0 0 .000 5 12 .417 20 13 33 3.3 17 0 0 14 Prejean, Adrienne 35 31 889 25.4 43 99 .434 0 0 .000 15 37 .405 64 77 141 4.0 80 1 13 2 Rodriguez, Cienna 17 0 114 6.7 9 31 .290 6 23 .261 7 13 .538 1 3 4 0.2 7 0 18 33 Tullock, D’Rae 7 0 19 2.7 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 2 3 5 0.7 8 0 0 15 Quinn, Jodi 34 1 442 13.0 12 51 .235 0 5 .000 6 14 .429 27 34 61 1.8 48 0 4 5 Bell, T’Erika 3 0 11 3.7 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 2 4 .500 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 2 51 Nezianya, Alexis 17 0 88 5.2 0 10 .000 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 10 8 18 1.1 16 0 0 TEAM................ 84 69 153 4.4 3 Total.......... 35 793 2094 .379 149 556 .268 448 696 .644 481 755 1236 35.3 620 16 373 Opponents...... 35 740 1745 .424 119 399 .298 462 675 .684 356 942 1298 37.1 672 - 352

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 113 3 78 507 14.9 89 8 64 454 13.4 83 7 100 431 12.3 54 4 45 230 6.6 34 7 23 225 6.4 42 4 14 131 3.7 4 0 3 31 3.1 31 3 19 101 2.9 8 0 3 31 1.8 0 0 1 7 1.0 12 0 18 30 0.9 1 0 1 2 0.7 3 0 2 3 0.2 19 493 36 371 2183 62.4 740 121 214 2061 58.9

2014-15 RAGIN’ CAJUNS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 24 Veal, Keke 20 17 579 29.0 103 310 .332 18 89 .202 62 102 .608 24 41 65 3.3 62 5 66 11 Gordon, Jaylyn 20 20 663 33.2 82 259 .317 47 165 .285 52 70 .743 12 61 73 3.7 52 0 48 10 Wilridge, Kia 20 20 650 32.5 87 217 .401 7 24 .292 60 91 .659 24 68 92 4.6 47 3 44 3 Brown, Robbie 20 8 539 27.0 66 190 .347 28 79 .354 22 37 .595 25 52 77 3.9 45 2 28 32 Fields, Simone 20 16 515 25.8 45 92 .489 0 0 .000 21 33 .636 51 34 85 4.3 43 2 6 14 Prejean, Adrienne 20 17 518 25.9 22 54 .407 0 0 .000 8 21 .381 40 39 79 4.0 48 0 10 22 Alexander, Gabby 20 1 235 11.8 19 59 .322 0 0 .000 14 25 .560 30 51 81 4.1 19 0 6 21 Mills, Jasmin 5 0 49 9.8 4 8 .500 0 0 .000 2 5 .400 7 6 13 2.6 7 0 0 15 Quinn, Jodi 20 1 273 13.7 6 30 .200 0 2 .000 4 10 .400 20 24 44 2.2 29 0 3 2 Rodriguez, Cienna 10 0 50 5.0 3 15 .200 1 11 .091 0 2 .000 0 1 1 0.1 3 0 9 51 Nezianya, Alexis 10 0 50 5.0 0 5 .000 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 8 4 12 1.2 9 0 0 33 Tullock, D’Rae 3 0 4 1.3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 Team................ 58 49 107 5.4 2 Total.......... 20 437 1239 .353 101 370 .273 247 400 .618 299 430 729 36.5 368 12 220 Opponents...... 20 436 997 .437 71 227 .313 275 407 .676 199 581 780 39.0 383 - 221

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 68 1 49 286 14.3 57 5 39 263 13.2 44 4 58 241 12.1 36 2 24 182 9.1 15 3 15 111 5.6 17 3 12 52 2.6 25 1 2 52 2.6 1 0 0 10 2.0 4 0 9 16 0.8 3 0 2 7 0.7 1 0 2 2 0.2 0 0 0 0 0.0 11 282 19 212 1222 61.1 432 79 130 1218 60.9


RAGIN’ CAJUNS

THE The Student-Athlete Academic Success Center at UL Lafayette is committed to providing student-athletes with positive learning experiences through several academic support programs. The newly renovated space provides student-athletes and mentors a variety of spaces including: a study hall lounge, two computer labs, twelve small scale tutor rooms, two medium scale tutor rooms, and a classroom that meets the everyday academic needs of student athletes.

EXPERIENCE

The center provides a free tutoring service for all student-athletes to assist them in achieving success in the classroom. Tutorial services are available each semester in most courses, particularly math, science, and English. The university employs 21 tutors, all upper-class students who have excelled in the subject area in which they are tutoring. Beyond tutoring, the Academic Coaching Program offers intensive, one-on-one academic progress tracking and guidance to academically at-risk student-athletes, and to those who may have difficulties with time management or study skills. Through daily interaction with an Academic Coach, student-athletes receive assistance in setting objectives and goals to accomplish their coursework, while building the necessary time-management and organizational skills to empower academic success. The Cox Communications Athletic Center is home to the administrative staff and the football coaches. Adjacent to the Cox Communications Athletic Center is the 41,426-seat Cajun Field which is home to the Ragin’ Cajuns football team. In the spring of 2008, Cajun Field received a new synthetic surface which made it one of the finest in the South. Other nearby facilities include M.L. “Tigue” Moore Field Baseball Park, Helen and Alfred Lamson Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Park, Cajun Tennis Courts, Cajun Soccer/Track Complex and the state-of-the-art Leon Moncla Indoor Practice Facilities. Aiding in Ragin’ Cajuns’ athletic success, the athletic program embarked

The UL Lafayette Student-Athlete Academic Center provides the resources necessary for student-athletes to attain the highest level of academic and athletic achievement by aiding student-athletes in obtaining a college degree through effective tutoring, monitoring, advisement/registration and mentoring. on an ambitious $115 million facilities upgrade in 2013. Construction is ongoing around the athletic facility and the new south end zone was completed in time for the 2014 season. In total, $4,894,316 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 325 student-athletes. Of that, $1,943,612 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 91 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone $267,966 was given to 313 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF).

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WARHAWKS

ADMINISTRATION

QUICK FACTS Location................................................................. Monroe, La. Founded.............................................................................1931 Enrollment........................................................................8,527 Nickname................................................................. Warhawks Colors.............................................................Maroon and Gold Dr. Nick Bruno President

Brett Bennett Faculty Representative

Brian Wickstrom Athletics Director

Toni Gockel SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

Head Coach................................................................. Jeff Dow Alma Mater, Year.............................................. Oregon, 1988 Record at ULM (Years).........................................12-17 (One)

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is a coeducational public university located in Monroe, Louisiana, and is a part of the University of Louisiana System.

Career Record.......................................................... 226-106

ULM has a 238-acre campus alongside the banks of Bayou DeSiard with more than 8,500 students, and the academic quality of those students continues to rise. To meet the diverse needs of those students, ULM, established in 1931, offers degree programs within the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business Administration, Education & Human Development, Pharmacy, Health Sciences and the Graduate School.

Alma Mater, Year.................................................. ULM, 1986

ULM is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. All undergraduate programs eligible for accreditation by professional agencies are accredited. ULM is the only university in Louisiana to offer a master’s in gerontology and the only public university in the state offering the Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

Alma Mater, Year...................................................Rice, 2006

Notable Alumni: Tim McGraw, country music singer; Stan Humphries, former QB San Diego Chargers; Marty Booker, WR Atlanta Falcons; Kevin Payne, former NFL player; Chris Harris, former NFL player; Ben Sheets, former Major League Baseball Player; Tim Brando, Radio host and CBS Sports and Fox Sports Net studio; Chuck Finley, former Major League Baseball Player, Calvin Natt, former NBA All-Star, Kenny Natt, NBA Coach and Willie Robertson, CEO Duck Commander/Buck Commander.

Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 7/8

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Associate Head Coach................................................... E.J. Ok Assistant Coach..............................................Stan Humphries Alma Mater, Year..........................Northwestern State, 2009 Assistant Coach........................................Amber Cunningham 2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 12-17 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish......................................8-12/t-8th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 2/3 Newcomers..............................................................................7


2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (12-17, 8-12 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT NOV. 13 LOUISIANA COLLEGE Nov. 15 at LSU NOV. 18 LSU-SHREVEPORT NOV. 22 DILLARD Nov. 29 at Southeastern Louisiana DEC. 3 UL LAFAYETTE * Dec. 5 at TCU DEC. 12 NICHOLLS STATE Dec. 16 at McNeese State DEC. 19 LSU-ALEXANDRIA DEC. 31 APPALACHIAN STATE * Jan. 7 at Arkansas State * Jan. 9 at Little Rock * Jan. 14 at Georgia State * Jan. 16 at Georgia Southern * JAN. 21 TROY * JAN. 23 SOUTH ALABAMA * JAN. 28 UT ARLINGTON * JAN. 30 TEXAS STATE * Feb. 2 at UL Lafayette * Feb. 6 at Appalachian State * FEB. 11 LITTLE ROCK * FEB. 13 ARKANSAS STATE * Feb. 18 at Texas State * Feb. 20 at UT Arlington * Feb. 25 at South Alabama * Feb. 27 at Troy * MAR. 3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * MAR. 5 GEORGIA STATE * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION MONROE, LA. Baton Rouge, La. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. Hammond, La. MONROE, LA. Fort Worth, Texas MONROE, LA. Lake Charles, La. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. Jonesboro, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Atlanta, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. Lafayette, La. Boone, N.C. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. San Marcos, Texas Arlington, Texas Mobile, Ala. Troy, Ala. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. New Orleans, La.

TIME 11:00 AM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:30 PM 2:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:05 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:30 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game

Head Coach Jeff Dow

DATE OPPONENT

RESULT

NOVEMBER 15

WILLIAM CAREY

21

at Stephen F. Austin

25

at No. 25 Mississippi State

30

SOUTHERN ARKANSAS

W, 68-35 L, 54-82 L, 46-80 W, 78-67

DECEMBER 8

at Alcorn State

13

MCNEESE STATE

W, 66-63

L, 56-62

16

LSU-ALEXANDRIA

W, 94-49

19

(1) at Wichita State

L, 42-57

20

(1) vs. George Mason

L, 53-65

30

at Georgia State *

L, 72-80

JANUARY 5

ARKANSAS STATE *

L, 57-77

8

at UT Arlington *

W, 63-51

10

at Texas State *

L, 64-70

15

TROY *

L, 77-82

17

LITTLE ROCK *

19

at UL Lafayette *

22

UT ARLINGTON *

24

GEORGIA SOUTHERN *

29

at Troy *

31

SOUTH ALABAMA *

L, 41-79 W, 67-60 (OT) W, 56-51 W, 72-66 (OT) L, 51-90 W, 55-53

FEBRUARY 5

at Little Rock *

L, 44-68

7

at Georgia Southern *

W, 58-50

12

UL LAFAYETTE *

14

APPALACHIAN STATE *

21

at Arkansas State *

L, 61-69

26

at South Alabama *

W, 45-38

28

at Appalachian State *

L, 61-80

L, 65-68 (2OT) L, 54-55

MARCH

Dow enters his second year in Monroe looking to build off the success he had in the 2014-15 season. His inaugural Warhawk team had its most conference and overall wins since the 2011-12 campaign. Dow came to the ULM campus by virtue of two highly successful stints at Anderson University (S.C.) and Indiana University (Pa.) where he led both schools to national rankings for several seasons.

5

GEORGIA STATE *

7

TEXAS STATE *

L, 61-66 W, 90-84 (OT)

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) Shocker Winter Classic (Wichita, Kan.)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

1

Velma Mitchell

G

5-9

2

Emery Wilson

F

3

Alayshia Hunter

F

4

Journee Beard

10 12

YEAR

HOMETOWN

Fr.

Rockdale, Texas

6-2

Fr.

Jackson, Miss.

6-1

Sr.

Killeen, Texas

G

5-6

Jr.

Baton Rouge, La.

Lauren Marker

G

5-6

Fr.

Lafayette, La.

Aundrea Davis

G

5-4

Sr.

San Antonio, Texas

14

Andreanna Jackson

G

5-8

Jr.

Rayville, La.

15

Ashley Aune

G

5-8

Sr.

Church Point, La.

20

Daja Chase

G/F

5-10

So.

Monroe, La.

21

Jamie Gibson

G/F

5-10

Fr.

Walker, La.

22

Chelsea Tieuel

G

5-9

So.

Shreveport, La.

24

Monterika Warren

G

5-5

Jr.

Savannah, Ga.

25

Stephanie Ratliff

F

6-3

Jr.

41

Dani Anderson

F

6-0

RS-Fr.

Orlando, Fla. Oak Grove, La.

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WARHAWKS TO WATCH

Alayshia Hunter F - 6-1 Senior Killeen, Texas Kinesiology Hunter ended the season as the team’s second-leading scorer (9.3 ppg) and field goal shooter (47.8 percent) despite making only five starts. Her best career game came late in the 2014-15 season, when she connected on 11 of 16 shots for a 22-point performance at Arkansas State (Feb. 21). Hunter also showed her road mettle with an 18-point outing at Georgia Southern (Feb. 7), where she was also perfect in eight freethrow attempts. She brings to the 2015-16 squad a valued veteran presence, as her 23.0 minutes-per-game average ranks second among returning Warhawks.

Chelsea Tieuel G - 5-9 Sophomore Shreveport, La. Kinesiology Tieuel made her collegiate mark about as fast as any freshman would hope. She connected on all six of her free-throw attempts in the final 15 seconds of a 66-63 win over McNeese State (Dec. 13) in a game where she also had no turnovers in 28 minutes. She continued to be a fixture on the court, starting seven contests that included four consecutive ones in February. Tieuel concluded her first lap on a high note, posting a career-high 15 points off the bench in the Warhawks’ 90-84 overtime win against Texas State (March 7) that also matched her output from the McNeese victory.

2014-15 WARHAWKS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 34 Brooks, Sharnice 29 29 825 28.4 167 330 .506 0 1 .000 101 126 .802 73 113 186 6.4 63 1 23 3 Hunter, Alayshia 29 5 668 23.0 107 224 .478 0 0 .000 56 97 .577 71 109 180 6.2 63 3 21 20 Chase, Daja 28 23 770 27.5 77 222 .347 1 5 .200 58 82 .707 57 96 153 5.5 53 0 60 22 Tieuel, Chelsea 29 7 647 22.3 55 200 .275 18 88 .205 79 103 .767 21 48 69 2.4 56 1 37 10 Wharton, Jade 29 19 492 17.0 65 175 .371 21 70 .300 26 33 .788 18 45 63 2.2 48 1 23 32 Gray, Christina 24 24 587 24.5 49 116 .422 0 3 .000 35 50 .700 61 89 150 6.3 79 3 24 2 Countiss, Olivia 23 0 209 9.1 22 57 .386 21 45 .467 23 29 .793 11 27 38 1.7 21 0 12 23 Coulter, Aleesha 6 1 99 16.5 6 17 .353 3 11 .273 3 4 .750 2 15 17 2.8 6 0 11 12 Davis, Aundrea 28 23 590 21.1 18 71 .254 10 31 .323 36 49 .735 2 48 50 1.8 54 0 64 24 Taylor, Jasmine 14 0 97 6.9 14 31 .452 3 6 .500 7 19 .368 3 8 11 0.8 21 0 10 4 Beard, Journee 27 6 416 15.4 16 47 .340 7 25 .280 8 14 .571 0 25 25 0.9 35 0 28 40 Holley, Tyler 11 0 63 5.7 5 16 .313 0 0 .000 9 12 .750 6 12 18 1.6 9 0 1 15 Aune, Ashley 29 8 461 15.9 12 46 .261 7 30 .233 10 15 .667 2 30 32 1.1 38 0 33 TEAM................ 62 76 138 4.8 2 Total.......... 29 613 1552 .395 91 315 .289 451 633 .712 389 741 1130 39.0 548 9 347 Opponents...... 29 672 1765 .381 180 566 .318 373 543 .687 435 630 1065 36.7 614 - 415

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 53 54 12 435 15.0 57 35 22 270 9.3 85 5 23 213 7.6 77 3 20 207 7.1 53 1 5 177 6.1 62 2 26 133 5.5 15 2 4 88 3.8 6 1 6 18 3.0 73 1 28 82 2.9 16 2 5 38 2.7 52 0 11 47 1.7 3 2 2 19 1.7 38 0 6 41 1.4 8 598 108 170 1768 61.0 470 120 270 1897 65.4

2014-15 WARHAWKS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 34 Brooks, Sharnice 20 20 589 29.5 122 250 .488 0 1 .000 79 95 .832 49 79 128 6.4 45 1 14 3 Hunter, Alayshia 20 0 448 22.4 71 150 .473 0 0 .000 38 67 .567 52 78 130 6.5 45 2 15 20 Chase, Daja 20 18 609 30.5 58 164 .354 1 3 .333 51 72 .708 51 81 132 6.6 41 0 49 22 Tieuel, Chelsea 20 4 471 23.6 33 143 .231 16 74 .216 49 62 .790 12 36 48 2.4 39 1 23 32 Gray, Christina 20 20 502 25.1 45 100 .450 0 3 .000 33 46 .717 47 76 123 6.2 66 3 16 10 Wharton, Jade 20 16 361 18.1 39 119 .328 16 53 .302 15 19 .789 9 32 41 2.1 31 1 17 2 Countiss, Olivia 14 0 117 8.4 12 37 .324 12 29 .414 8 10 .800 6 13 19 1.4 11 0 6 12 Davis, Aundrea 19 19 418 22.0 10 45 .222 7 22 .318 23 31 .742 1 39 40 2.1 34 0 44 24 Taylor, Jasmine 9 0 69 7.7 8 15 .533 1 3 .333 5 15 .333 1 7 8 0.9 15 0 7 40 Holley, Tyler 5 0 33 6.6 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 4 4 8 1.6 5 0 0 4 Beard, Journee 18 1 244 13.6 10 27 .370 6 17 .353 8 13 .615 0 16 16 0.9 23 0 16 15 Aune, Ashley 20 2 263 13.2 4 22 .182 2 13 .154 10 13 .769 1 17 18 0.9 25 0 16 TEAM................ 35 52 87 4.4 1 Total.......... 20 414 1080 .383 61 218 .280 325 451 .721 268 530 798 39.9 381 8 223 Opponents...... 20 481 1239 .388 123 389 .316 252 383 .658 291 449 740 37.0 437 - 296

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 34 41 6 323 16.2 37 19 14 180 9.0 63 4 19 168 8.4 57 3 11 131 6.6 51 2 22 123 6.2 38 1 4 109 5.5 5 1 1 44 3.1 51 1 15 50 2.6 11 2 2 22 2.4 1 1 1 10 2.0 32 0 5 34 1.9 21 0 3 20 1.0 5 406 75 103 1214 60.7 298 81 185 1337 66.8


WARHAWKS

THE EXPERIENCE As part of the ULM Athletics Academic Improvement Plan, the athletic department recently added new staff, increased tutoring opportunities, improved the administrative technology and expanded the supervised study program. Continuing its commitment to academic excellence, ULM opened the doors to the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center for the 2008-09 school year. The center is an academic-orientented building containing a computer lab, individual and group study rooms and counseling areas/ ULM recently honored the first 66-person class in the “Maroon and Gold Society”, which is an honors program for ULM student-athletes based on their academic success. Career counseling and internship opportunities are available to student-athletes and all students through the ULM Office of Career Connections. Career Connections hosts career fairs, conducts individual sessions and offers workshops on various related topics. The mission of the ULM Student Success Center (SSC) is to encourage and assist students in the exploration of their interests, the pursuit of their goals, and the development of their intellectual knowledge and skills as they strive to reach their full potential. UL Monroe also has four athletic academic counselor positions including one coordinator of academic counseling. There are also many academic advisers who serve the entire student population including student-athletes. Athletic academic counselors do not advise for coursework; they “pre-advise.” The athletic academic counselors also perform several functions specific to student-athletes, including individual academic counseling, working with the coaching staffs of assigned teams, tracking continuing eligibility and completing Prospective Student Athlete evaluation.

UL Monroe student-athletes utilize the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center for academic related activities as well as career planning.

Notably, the Warhawk men’s basketball team recovered from its APR penalty and earned the Sun Belt Conference Best GPA award for 2013-14. The team also earned two consecutive Team Academic Excellence Awards from the National Association of Basketball Coaches in 2013 and 2014. In total, $4,389,996 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 286 student-athletes. Of that, $1,665,310 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 91 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone $400,329 was given to 194 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF).

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JAGUARS

ADMINISTRATION QUICK FACTS

Location................................................................. Mobile, Ala. Founded.............................................................................1963 Enrollment......................................................................16,055 Nickname..................................................................... Jaguars Colors....................................................... Blue, Red and White Dr. Tony G. Waldrop President

Dr. John Smith Faculty Representative

Dr. Joel Erdmann Athletics Director

Jinni Frisbey SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

Head Coach...........................................................Terry Fowler Alma Mater, Year........................ Lane (Tenn.) College, 1986 Record at USA (Years).........................................13-44 (Two)

The University of South Alabama is a public, doctoral-level university in Mobile, Alabama. It was created by the Alabama Legislature in 1963.

Career Record................................................... 219-221 (15)

Currently, the university is divided into 10 colleges and schools, and includes one of Alabama’s two state-supported medical schools. To date, the university has awarded over 70,000 degrees.

Alma Mater, Year........................................ Spring Hill, 1999

The university offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in ten colleges and schools. Several programs offer master’s level degrees in addition to undergraduate degrees. Doctoral level degrees are offered in several areas, including Nursing, Medicine, Basic Medical Sciences, Instructional Design, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Audiology, Marine Science, Psychology, and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The university will also add doctoral programs in Business and Engineering beginning in 2013, with the business doctorate being the state’s first doctorate in business administration. The psychology doctoral program was initiated in 2009 and is one of a handful of such programs nationwide that offers a Combined degree, emphasizing both Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology. The university has over 5,200 employees and is the second largest employer in Mobile, Alabama. It has remained one of Alabama’s fastest growing universities for the past several years. Notable Alumni: P.J. Walters, Kansas City Royals; David Freese, Los Angleles Angels and 2011 World Series MVP; former Major League baseball players Mike Mordecai, Luis Gonzalez, Jon Lieber, Juan Pierre and Marlon Anderson; Tina Powell Allen, sculptor; Judsen Culbreth, Editor of Scholastic Magazine.

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Associate Head Coach............................................ Dan Presel Assistant Coach...............................................Yolisha Jackson Alma Mater, Year......................................Jacksonville, 2005 Assistant Coach...............................................Mallory Luckett Alma Mater, Year.....................................Murray State, 2010 2014-15 Overall Record..................................................... 5-24 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish....................................2-18/t-11th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 6/8 Newcomers..............................................................................8

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2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (5-24, 2-18 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT NOV. 17 SPRING HILL Nov. 20 at Southern NOV. 24 CENTRAL FLORIDA DEC. 1 FLORIDA Dec. 3 at Alabama State Dec. 6 at Southern Mississippi DEC. 13 UAB DEC. 15 WILLIAM CAREY Dec. 19 at Grand Canyon DEC. 30 LITTLE ROCK * JAN. 2 ARKANSAS STATE * Jan. 7 at Georgia Southern * Jan. 9 at Georgia State * JAN. 14 TEXAS STATE * JAN. 16 UT ARLINGTON * Jan. 21 at UL Lafayette * Jan. 23 at UL Monroe * Jan. 26 at Troy * JAN. 30 APPALACHIAN STATE * Feb. 4 at Arkansas State * Feb. 6 at Little Rock * FEB. 11 GEORGIA STATE * FEB. 13 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * FEB. 16 TROY * Feb. 18 at Appalachian State * FEB. 25 UL MONROE * FEB. 27 UL LAFAYETTE * Mar. 3 at UT Arlington * Mar. 5 at Texas State * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION MOBILE, ALA. Baton Rouge, La. MOBILE, ALA. MOBILE, ALA. Montgomery, Ala. Hattiesburg, Miss. MOBILE, ALA. MOBILE, ALA. Phoenix, Ariz. MOBILE, ALA. MOBILE, ALA. Statesboro, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. MOBILE, ALA. MOBILE, ALA. Lafayette, La. Monroe, La. Troy, Ala. MOBILE, ALA. Jonesboro, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. MOBILE, ALA. MOBILE, ALA. MOBILE, ALA. Boone, N.C. MOBILE, ALA. MOBILE, ALA. Arlington, Texas San Marcos, Texas New Orleans, La.

TIME 7:00 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:15 PM 5:00 PM 5:05 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game

Head Coach Terry Fowler

DATE OPPONENT

RESULT

NOVEMBER 17

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

19

MOBILE

W, 71-67

L, 53-64

23

ALABAMA STATE

W, 64-61

26

INDIANA STATE

L, 53-74

DECEMBER 2

SPRING HILL

6

at Nicholls State

W, 69-42 L, 62-66

14

at Ole Miss

L, 48-88

16

at Tennessee Tech

L, 66-70

21

at UAB

L, 43-73

30

ARKANSAS STATE *

L, 50-62

JANUARY 3

at UT Arlington *

5

at Little Rock *

L, 49-59 L, 37-71

8

APPALACHIAN STATE *

L, 63-67

10

GEORGIA SOUTHERN *

L, 53-67

15

at Texas State *

L, 42-63

17

at UL Lafayette *

L, 58-65

19

LITTLE ROCK *

L, 34-56

22

at Appalachian State *

29

UL LAFAYETTE *

31

at UL Monroe *

L, 59-70 W, 57-47 L, 53-55

FEBRUARY 4

TEXAS STATE *

L, 44-46

7

GEORGIA STATE *

L, 78-84

12

at Troy *

L, 67-78

14

UT ARLINGTON *

L, 46-63

19

at Georgia State *

L, 54-69

21

at Georgia Southern *

W, 80-63

26

UL MONROE *

L, 38-45

MARCH

Terry Fowler was named the University of South Alabama women’s basketball program’s ninth head coach on April, 17, 2013 coming off two NCAA Division II Tournament appearances in the previous three years at North Alabama. In his 16 seasons as a head coach, Fowler holds a career coaching record of 219-221 (.498) and a 13-44 record during his first two seasons at South Alabama. While at South Alabama, Fowler has coached two all-Sun Belt Conference selections – Meghan Dunn (‘13-14) and Breanna Hall (‘14-15) – both third-team selections. In his second season, USA was tied for second in the SBC in blocks with 4.6 per game, just 0.1 behind Texas-Arlington in first. Hall closed out her Jaguar career with an outstanding final season during the 2014-15 campaign.

5

at Arkansas State *

L, 60-70

7

TROY *

L, 79-86

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game

2015-16 ROSTER HT.

YEAR

0

NO. NAME Candice Williams

POS. G

5-6

RS-Fr.

HOMETOWN

1

D’Andra Pringle

G

5-8

Fr.

Lawrenceville, Ga.

2

Rehema Franklin

G

5-4

Fr.

New Orleans, La.

3

Colby Davis

G

5-9

Jr.

Wylie, Texas

4

Christen Carter

F

5-10

Fr.

Jacksonville, Fla.

Alpharetta, Ga.

10

Marquita Daniels

G

5-7

So.

Atlanta, Ga.

15

LaNeetra Guillory

F

6-1

So.

Pearland, Texas

21

Juliann Miller

G

5-8

RS-Sr.

22

Taylor Jenkins

F

6-0

Sr.

23

Alyese Givens

G

5-6

Fr.

24

Erin Autio

F

6-0

RS-Fr.

30

Genesis Perrymond

G

5-8

RS-Fr.

34

Chyna Ellis

C

6-2

So.

Cordova, Tenn.

44

India Hall

F/C

6-2

Fr.

Antioch, Tenn.

Louisville, Ky. Germantown, Md. Irondale, Ala. St. Michael, Minn. Lilburn, Ga,

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JAGUARS TO WATCH

Chyna Ellis

Marquita Daniels C - 6-2 Sophomore Cordova, Tenn. Allied Health

Chyna Ellis played in 28 games and started 23 as a true freshman, averaging 8.0 points and 7.8 rebounds per game in 23.1 minute of action per outing during the 2014-15 season. She was third on the club in scoring and paced the club on the glass. Amongst the rest of the league, Ellis ranked fifth in the Sun Belt in rebounding and led the league in blocks with 2.0 per contest. She was also tied for fourth in the SBC in offensive rebounds (2.9) and tied for fifth in defensive rebounds (4.9). Her 56 blocks are the most ever by a South Alabama freshman. Ellis finished the season with seven double-doubles and shot 41.1 percent from the field. A true force in the post for the Jaguars, Ellis paced the team in blocks in 22 games, recording 17 muti-block games.

G - 5-7 Sophomore Atlanta, Ga. Criminal Justice Marquita Daniels competed in 28 games for South Alabama as a true freshman, starting 19, including the final 17 of the 2014-15 season. She ranked second on the club in scoring with 10.4 points per game and led the team in assists (47) and steals (53). Daniels scored double figures 11 times and eclipsed the 30-point mark on three occasions. She was the first Jag since Phyllis Kelley (1995-96) to record three or more 30-point outings in the same season. Her best outing came against Georgia State where she posted 37 points – the most points ever by a Jaguar at the Mitchell Center. Daniels ranked in several freshman single-season categories at USA – steals (second), points per game (tied-eighth), points (290 – 10th), free-throws made (64 – seventh), free-throws attempted (102 – eighth), free-throw percentage (.627 – eighth), three-pointers made (32 – fourth), three-pointers attempted (96 – fourth), three-point percentage (third) and assists (tied-10th).

2014-15 JAGUARS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 11 Hall, Breanna 27 27 810 30.0 135 321 .421 64 157 .408 82 100 .820 26 77 103 3.8 50 0 41 10 Daniels, Marquita 28 19 599 21.4 97 231 .420 32 96 .333 64 102 .627 14 47 61 2.2 56 1 47 34 Ellis, Chyna 28 23 646 23.1 86 209 .411 0 0 .000 52 83 .627 81 137 218 7.8 73 1 13 5 Cumbo, Rachel 28 16 595 21.3 47 147 .320 29 103 .282 14 19 .737 29 47 76 2.7 64 2 24 22 Jenkins, Taylor 28 20 682 24.4 53 138 .384 1 7 .143 17 34 .500 34 87 121 4.3 65 1 17 3 Davis, Colby 28 12 508 18.1 32 106 .302 6 33 .182 31 53 .585 10 55 65 2.3 37 0 43 4 Potts, Simonne 21 12 316 15.0 26 55 .473 0 1 .000 16 26 .615 17 42 59 2.8 34 0 16 23 Yelding, Amber 20 2 232 11.6 21 65 .323 6 27 .222 3 5 .600 5 17 22 1.1 19 0 13 24 Farnsworth, Grace 27 1 331 12.3 21 69 .304 5 21 .238 13 24 .542 18 43 61 2.3 47 0 18 15 Guillory, LaNeetra 27 0 295 10.9 18 65 .277 0 0 .000 20 38 .526 9 40 49 1.8 34 0 4 2 Webb, Brittany 28 8 424 15.1 14 50 .280 13 45 .289 14 16 .875 5 16 21 0.8 12 0 45 21 Miller, Juliann 28 5 360 12.9 18 63 .286 2 17 .118 10 14 .714 12 17 29 1.0 36 0 25 35 Cote, Emorie 1 0 2 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 TEAM................ 49 62 111 3.8 0 Total.......... 29 568 1520 .374 158 507 .312 336 514 .654 309 687 996 34.3 527 5 306 Opponents...... 29 690 1695 .407 129 384 .336 382 573 .667 427 738 1165 40.2 537 - 342

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 68 1 25 416 15.4 126 3 53 290 10.4 39 56 16 224 8.0 45 5 17 137 4.9 45 22 10 124 4.4 58 1 21 101 3.6 37 6 4 68 3.2 35 1 22 51 2.6 35 7 15 60 2.2 22 14 8 56 2.1 36 0 9 55 2.0 41 5 10 48 1.7 0 0 0 0 0.0 13 600 121 210 1630 56.2 516 84 275 1891 65.2

2014-15 JAGUARS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 11 Hall, Breanna 19 19 594 31.3 88 220 .400 44 114 .386 55 68 .809 20 60 80 4.2 40 0 32 10 Daniels, Marquita 20 17 478 23.9 81 192 .422 30 87 .345 43 67 .642 14 36 50 2.5 47 1 40 34 Ellis, Chyna 19 18 453 23.8 63 144 .438 0 0 .000 41 59 .695 56 101 157 8.3 56 1 9 5 Cumbo, Rachel 19 15 463 24.4 40 121 .331 24 81 .296 5 8 .625 23 43 66 3.5 48 2 19 22 Jenkins, Taylor 19 16 489 25.7 34 93 .366 1 5 .200 8 19 .421 23 66 89 4.7 38 1 11 15 Guillory, LaNeetra 18 0 236 13.1 16 54 .296 0 0 .000 19 35 .543 8 30 38 2.1 23 0 4 3 Davis, Colby 19 5 322 16.9 14 53 .264 3 16 .188 16 27 .593 6 38 44 2.3 21 0 26 24 Farnsworth, Grace 19 1 247 13.0 16 56 .286 4 17 .235 11 19 .579 15 30 45 2.4 36 0 15 23 Yelding, Amber 11 0 112 10.2 10 27 .370 4 12 .333 2 2 1.000 4 13 17 1.5 8 0 7 2 Webb, Brittany 19 3 262 13.8 8 35 .229 8 32 .250 8 8 1.000 1 11 12 0.6 5 0 26 21 Miller, Juliann 19 3 210 11.1 9 29 .310 2 8 .250 3 5 .600 6 12 18 0.9 21 0 12 4 Potts, Simonne 12 3 134 11.2 4 13 .308 0 1 .000 4 6 .667 0 13 13 1.1 15 0 7 TEAM................ 29 45 74 3.7 0 Total.......... 20 383 1037 .369 120 373 .322 215 323 .666 205 498 703 35.2 358 5 208 Opponents...... 20 468 1181 .396 88 257 .342 262 392 .668 289 502 791 39.5 344 - 232

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 50 1 14 275 14.5 94 2 44 235 11.8 31 43 12 167 8.8 29 1 10 109 5.7 35 12 4 77 4.1 16 12 7 51 2.8 34 1 14 47 2.5 28 7 10 47 2.5 19 0 11 26 2.4 21 0 5 32 1.7 27 3 3 23 1.2 14 3 1 12 1.0 12 410 85 135 1101 55.0 323 52 186 1286 64.3


JAGUARS

THE EXPERIENCE The centerpiece of South Alabama’s student-athlete support system is the 4,500 square foot Athletics Academic Support Services of Office. The facility includes staff offices, four private tutor rooms, study tables and carrels, and a computer lab with 30 computers. The Athletics Academic Services staff assists student-athletes with planning their class schedules and deciding on a degree program that will suit their needs. Six athletic academic advisors advise student-athletes along with a faculty or staff advisor from the student-athlete’s college an additional 40 to 60 tutors from a wide variety of academic disciplines are hired throughout the academic year. Monitored Study Hall is required for all freshmen, first-year transfers, student-athletes with a cumulative GPA below a 2.50, and any student-athlete who the coaching staff and/or the sport-specific athletic counselor believe would benefit from the experience. The Athletics Academic Services staff utilizes contemporary web-based technology to proactively gather in-term progress report information from University faculty members. This allows staff to monitor a student-athlete’s academic profile throughout the semester and stay abreast of situations where a student-athlete may be struggling and/or underperforming.

The Athletics Academic Services Office is housed in Department’s state-of-theart Academic Center.

Academic Services teaches a freshman student-athlete class that all student-athletes must take. Topics include study skills, time management, nutrition, financial management, overall health and welfare, etc. Academic Services is in the process of creating a junior-/senior-level class that will focus on career planning.

Presentations given to student-athletes include: Drop your pride - Alcohol abuse program, Sexual Harassment and Domestic Violence Seminar, Ronnie Rice Presentation on wellness education, e-Chug, online alcohol awareness, Hope Heals - mental wellness and stress management presentation.

Student-athletes are encouraged to take advantage of the university’s Career Services Center. Last year Athletics Academics Services held a two-session workshop covering resume, interview techniques, and business attire.

Nutritional consultations are available for all student-athletes through strength and conditioning coaches or the university.

Athletics employs 12 certified athletic trainers and four acting physicians, available on campus and for athletic events throughout the year. Athletics also employs a team cardiologist, neurologist, neuropsychologist, dentist, and physical therapist.

In total, $4,917,315 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 298 student-athletes. Of that, $1,595,835 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 95 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone $129,975 was given to 121 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF).

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MAVERICKS

ADMINISTRATION

QUICK FACTS Location.......................................................... Arlington, Texas Founded.............................................................................1895 Enrollment..........................................51,000 (online included) Nickname..................................................................Mavericks Colors........................................Royal Blue, Orange and White Dr. Vistasp M. Karbhari President

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

Jim Baker Athletics Director

Debbie Garcia SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY The University of Texas at Arlington is a public university located in Arlington, Texas situated southwest of downtown Arlington, and is located in the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolitan area. The University was founded in 1895 and served primarily as a military academy during the early 20th century. After spending several decades in the Texas A&M University System, the institution joined the University of Texas System in 1965.

Head Coach.........................................................Krista Gerlich Alma Mater, Year........................................ Texas Tech, 1993 Record at UTA (Years).......................................21-38 (Three) Career Record................................................. 189-90 (Nine) Assistant Coach..................................................... Kristin Cole Alma Mater, Year...................................... Notre Dame, 2004 Assistant Coach..............................................Ashley Crawford Alma Mater, Year............................................... Lamar, 2009

UT Arlington sets the standard for educational excellence in the thriving Dallas-Fort Worth area. With an enrollment above 50,000 (online included), it’s the second largest institution in the UT System and the sixth largest in Texas.

Assistant Coach.................................................... Talby Justus

Dramatic, measurable advancements continue to propel UT Arlington toward its goal of becoming one of America’s premier research institutions. Research activity has more than tripled to $66 million over the past 10 years, with increasing expertise in bioengineering, medical diagnostics, micro-manufacturing, and defense and Homeland Security technologies, among other areas.

2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 17-13

Notable Alumni: Michael Ainsworth, Tom Fox and Brad Loper, Pulitzer prize-winning photographers; Lou Diamond Phillips, Actor; Hunter Pence, Major League baseball player; John Lackey, Professional baseball player; Kaleb Canales, assistant coach in the NBA; Carey Hendrickson, Senior VP of Belo, Corp.; Bruce L. Tanner, CFO Lockheed Martin; Roland Fryer, Economist and youngest tenured African-American professor in Harvard University’s history.

Newcomers..............................................................................5

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Alma Mater, Year................................... Tabor College, 2007 Director of Basketball Operations........................... Scott Imes 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish......................................11-9/t-4th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................... 10/5

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2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (17-13, 11-9 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT Nov. 13 at Baylor NOV. 24 SETON HALL NOV. 28 MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE Dec. 1 at Stephen F. Austin Dec. 3 at Kansas State DEC. 13 WESTERN KENTUCKY Dec. 19 at Houston Baptist Dec. 21 at UTSA DEC. 30 GEORGIA STATE * JAN. 2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * Jan. 7 at Appalachian State * Jan. 14 at Troy * Jan. 16 at South Alabama * JAN. 21 ARKANSAS STATE * JAN. 23 LITTLE ROCK * Jan. 28 at UL Monroe * Jan. 30 at UL Lafayette * Feb. 4 at Georgia Southern * Feb. 6 at Georgia State * Feb. 9 at Texas State * FEB. 13 APPALACHIAN STATE * FEB. 18 UL LAFAYETTE * FEB. 20 UL MONROE * Feb. 25 at Little Rock * Feb. 27 at Arkansas State * MAR. 1 TEXAS STATE * MAR. 3 SOUTH ALABAMA * MAR. 5 TROY * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION Waco, Texas ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS Nacogdoches, Texas Manhattan, Kan. ARLINGTON, TEXAS Houston, Texas San Antonio, Texas ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS Boone, N.C. Troy, Ala. Mobile, Ala. ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS Monroe, La. Lafayette, La. Statesboro, GA Atlanta, GA San Marcos, Texas ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS Little Rock, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS New Orleans, La.

TIME 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:15 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 11:00 AM TBA 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:15 PM 3:05 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game

Head Coach Krista Gerlich

DATE OPPONENT

RESULT

NOVEMBER 14

MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE

W, 90-32

16

HOUSTON BAPTIST

W, 83-73

22

at Wichita State

26

NORTHERN ARIZONA

L, 61-71 W, 80-62

DECEMBER 2

UTSA

4

at Kansas State

L, 55-63 L, 41-45

13

at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

W, 42-28

17

MCMURRY

W, 82-25

21

at North Texas

W, 46-38

30

GEORGIA SOUTHERN *

W, 64-52

JANUARY 3

SOUTH ALABAMA *

5

at Troy *

W, 59-49 L, 63-70

8

UL MONROE *

L, 51-63

10

ARKANSAS STATE *

15

at Georgia State *

W, 45-39

19

TEXAS STATE *

L, 53-60

22

at UL Monroe *

L, 51-56

24

at Little Rock *

29

GEORGIA STATE *

W, 57-45

31

TROY *

W, 70-67

L, 77-80 (OT)

L, 38-66

FEBRUARY 7

at UL Lafayette *

12

at Texas State *

W, 57-51

14

at South Alabama *

W, 63-46

19

APPALACHIAN STATE *

W, 55-45

21

UL LAFAYETTE *

W, 56-42

26

at Arkansas State *

L, 62-67

28

LITTLE ROCK *

L, 38-48

5

at Georgia Southern *

W, 66-41

7

at Appalachian State *

W, 61-53

11

(1) vs. No. 4 Texas State

L, 46-52

L, 58-65 (OT)

MARCH

UT Arlington coach Krista Gerlich enters her third season in charge of the Lady Mavericks and is looking to keep the momentum heading upwards. She has helped the Lady Mavs achieve the largest turnaround in NCAA Division I after the team finished 17-14 last season, 14 wins better than her inaugural season. Under Gerlich’s guidance, UTA has received national attention as the team was invited to the 2015 Women’s Preseason National Invitation Tournament. The Lady Mavs drew two-time NCAA champion Baylor as their first round opponent with the game taking place on Nov. 13 in Waco. Winning on the court, the team has also achieved in the classroom. Her focus for the team has been to be successful on and off the court and the team responded with the first Sun Belt academic award in 2014-15 for recording the highest GPA in the conference, the first for the Lady Mavs in more than 10 years.

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) - Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, LA)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

YEAR

HOMETOWN

0

Cierra Johnson

G

5-9

So.

Bedford, Texas

1

Jamaika Hughes

G

5-10

So.

Fort Worth, Texas

2

Lauren Billie

G

5-6

Fr.

Tulsa, Okla.

3

Kamy Cole

G

5-9

Jr.

Brock, Texas

4

Breck Clark

G

5-10

Jr.

Shawnee, Okla.

13

LaShanda Green

G

5-7

Sr.

McAlester, Okla.

20

Miranda LeJune

G

5-6

So.

Pearland, Texas

22

Toma Zaleckaite

F

6-3

Sr.

Palanga, Lithuania

23

Morgan Hunt

F

6-2

RS-Sr.

Colleyville, Texas

24

Amara Wainwright

G

5-7

RS-Sr.

Sacramento, Calif.

25

Allyson Te’o

F

6-2

Jr.

Fort Worth, Texas

34

Morgan Holly

F

6-0

Sr.

Garland, Texas

41

Mackenzie Hailey

F

6-2

Fr.

Burleson, Texas

44

Rebekah VanDijk

C

6-5

So.

Nazareth, Texas

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Rebekah VanDijk C - 6-5 Sophomore Nazareth, Texas Pre-Law Rebekah VanDijk has been the staple of UT Arlington’s resurgence on the court. VanDijk was named the 2014-15 Sun Belt Freshman of the Year after posting record numbers for the Lady Mavericks. VanDijk led national freshmen in double-doubles with 14 and was just one of two in the conference to average a double-double during the season. VanDijk was top-25 in NCAA Division I in field-goal percentage, rebounding and overall double-doubles. She entered UTA’s record books with single-season achievements in rebounding and field-goal percentage.

LaShanda Green G - 5-7 Senior McAlester, Okla. Kinesiology Nicknamed the little general by coach Krista Gerlich, LaShanda Green has been the leader of the team. Averaging 3.3 assists per game to lead the Lady Mavericks, Green’s presence on the course has been a calming factor for the offense as she led a team of 11 newcomers in her first season with the team after transferring in. Green was sixth in the conference in both assists per game and assists/turnover ratio and contributed on the defensive end with 1.83 steals per game, good for 10th in the Sun Belt. Green will have an even more expanded role in the point guard position this season as UTA looks to improve on its offensive capabilities. Green combined with Cierra Johnson with speed and an outside shot that makes her a threat as a scorer and passer in the upcoming campaign.

2014-15 MAVERICKS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 44 Dijk,Rebekah Van 30 30 883 29.4 166 308 .539 0 0 .000 57 95 .600 115 194 309 10.3 72 1 30 12 Williams, Chaun 30 2 722 24.1 104 289 .360 30 120 .250 31 46 .674 41 66 107 3.6 82 3 76 0 Johnson,Cierra 30 28 791 26.4 94 215 .437 18 67 .269 52 88 .591 30 95 125 4.2 75 2 56 13 Green,LaShanda 30 29 1039 34.6 65 193 .337 44 131 .336 51 69 .739 20 73 93 3.1 79 3 100 11 Pope,Tahlia 17 15 367 21.6 36 112 .321 9 49 .184 28 53 .528 15 25 40 2.4 46 2 33 34 Holly,Morgan 30 7 540 18.0 53 115 .461 0 0 .000 29 50 .580 46 66 112 3.7 53 0 16 24 Wainwright,Amara 29 16 561 19.3 42 127 .331 25 77 .325 15 21 .714 18 20 38 1.3 36 0 40 22 Zaleckaite,Toma 30 21 454 15.1 38 98 .388 0 0 .000 17 30 .567 33 50 83 2.8 26 0 29 23 Hunt,Morgan 20 1 160 8.0 19 47 .404 0 0 .000 15 26 .577 15 23 38 1.9 16 0 3 32 Ford,Artavia 26 0 226 8.7 18 75 .240 0 0 .000 16 32 .500 16 30 46 1.8 44 0 13 10 Bruce,Krioni 19 0 111 5.8 14 35 .400 6 14 .429 0 0 .000 2 5 7 0.4 14 0 7 15 Treas,Brittney 12 1 72 6.0 5 24 .208 1 8 .125 2 4 .500 4 8 12 1.0 6 0 3 25 Te’o,Allyson 20 0 102 5.1 5 20 .250 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 12 15 27 1.4 24 0 5 20 Lockwood,Maggie 7 0 22 3.1 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 2 2 0.3 2 0 2 TEAM................ 49 56 105 3.5 0 Total.......... 30 660 1662 .397 134 468 .286 316 520 .608 416 728 1144 38.1 575 11 413 Opponents...... 30 548 1527 .359 125 408 .306 373 568 .657 352 679 1031 34.4 532 - 299

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 58 52 11 389 13.0 65 12 47 269 9.0 71 11 81 258 8.6 75 8 55 225 7.5 24 1 11 109 6.4 40 3 17 135 4.5 33 0 21 124 4.3 41 9 10 93 3.1 12 2 3 53 2.7 36 26 9 52 2.0 7 1 2 34 1.8 5 2 2 13 1.1 16 1 2 12 0.6 1 0 0 4 0.6 25 509 128 271 1770 59.0 537 119 255 1594 53.1

2014-15 MAVERICKS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 44 Dijk,Rebekah Van 20 20 606 30.3 110 205 .537 0 0 .000 44 72 .611 79 118 197 9.9 48 1 20 12 Williams, Chaun 20 1 501 25.1 68 197 .345 18 79 .228 22 31 .710 25 50 75 3.8 58 2 58 0 Johnson,Cierra 20 19 538 26.9 65 133 .489 9 37 .243 31 53 .585 20 66 86 4.3 48 1 42 13 Green,LaShanda 20 20 688 34.4 46 125 .368 33 89 .371 35 49 .714 15 50 65 3.3 60 3 58 11 Pope,Tahlia 8 6 171 21.4 12 56 .214 2 25 .080 16 27 .593 9 11 20 2.5 22 0 15 34 Holly,Morgan 20 5 377 18.9 37 80 .463 0 0 .000 21 37 .568 29 49 78 3.9 35 0 8 24 Wainwright,Amara 20 13 451 22.6 33 106 .311 18 60 .300 10 15 .667 15 14 29 1.5 26 0 32 22 Zaleckaite,Toma 20 14 310 15.5 28 69 .406 0 0 .000 11 17 .647 22 35 57 2.9 18 0 20 32 Ford,Artavia 16 0 137 8.6 14 52 .269 0 0 .000 5 12 .417 9 13 22 1.4 23 0 6 10 Bruce,Krioni 14 0 80 5.7 8 25 .320 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 2 5 7 0.5 9 0 3 23 Hunt,Morgan 11 1 65 5.9 3 11 .273 0 0 .000 5 8 .625 2 10 12 1.1 9 0 1 15 Treas,Brittney 7 1 37 5.3 2 12 .167 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 1 4 5 0.7 5 0 1 25 Te’o,Allyson 16 0 78 4.9 3 13 .231 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 8 12 20 1.3 22 0 4 20 Lockwood,Maggie 5 0 11 2.2 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 TEAM................ 36 35 71 3.6 0 Total.......... 20 429 1086 .395 84 305 .275 202 325 .622 272 472 744 37.2 383 7 269 Opponents...... 20 376 1024 .367 84 274 .307 269 389 .692 233 440 673 33.7 343 - 199

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 38 39 8 264 13.2 48 8 24 176 8.8 54 9 47 170 8.5 57 7 31 160 8.0 8 1 4 42 5.3 26 2 12 95 4.8 29 0 17 94 4.7 29 7 7 67 3.4 22 13 5 33 2.1 7 0 1 20 1.4 4 1 1 11 1.0 3 1 0 4 0.6 13 0 0 7 0.4 0 0 0 1 0.2 18 356 88 157 1144 57.2 340 83 174 1105 55.2


MAVERICKS

THE EXPERIENCE The University of Texas at Arlington is a growing research powerhouse committed to life-enhancing discovery, innovative instruction, and caring community engagement. An educational leader in the heart of the thriving North Texas region, UT Arlington nurtures minds within an environment that values excellence, ingenuity, and diversity. Guided by world-class faculty members, the University’s more than 51,000 students in campus-based and online degree programs represent about 100 countries and pursue more than 180 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in a broad range of disciplines. UT Arlington is dedicated to producing the lifelong learners and critical thinkers our region and nation demand. More than 60 percent of the University’s 190,000 alumni live in North Texas and contribute to our annual economic impact of $12.8 billion in the region. With a growing number of campus residents, UT Arlington has become a first-choice university for students seeking a vibrant college experience. In addition to receiving a first-rate education, our students participate in a robust slate of co-curricular activities that prepare them to become the next generation of leaders. UT Arlington provides 25 to 30 tutors to student-athletes, 20 of which are used on a regular/reoccurring basis. Student-athletes may also request a tutor for a specific class. The institution’s goal is to locate a tutor for any class a student-athlete is having difficulty in, whether it is an intro level class or a senior level class. Athletics employs four full-time academic advisors, along with three fulltime staff members dedicated to compliance, eligibility, and student-athlete welfare. One academic advisor is primarily responsible for at-risk students and any student-athlete that may need a learning accommodation for a diagnosed learning disability. In March 2012 the institution opened College Park Center, a new indoor sports arena which houses the new primary academic center for student-athletes. The academic center contains a computer lab with 30 computers, including PCs and MACs. Student-athletes are able to check out 5 MAC and 5 Dell laptops as well. It also has a 50-seat classroom used for individual study, the College Adjustment class each fall semester, and as the meeting location for SAAC. There are also three small group/tutor study areas. Two academic advisors are stationed at the primary facility.

UT Arlington’s goal is to provide quality medical care for the student athletes of UT Arlington. The Athletic Training Staff consists of the head, associate, assistant, and student athletic trainers working in conjunction with team physicians. The secondary academic facility, located closer to the outdoor sports teams’ facilities, has a 30-seat classroom and six computers. Two academic advisors are stationed at that facility. The institution hosts a student-athlete only job fair. 20 companies attended last year’s job fair and the institution hopes to have 5 to 7 more companies at this year. The institution will host a ‘Next Steps’ dinner in Spring 2015 for juniors and seniors, emphasizing tips on entering the job market. Student-athletes regularly participate in community service and volunteer projects on and around campus. They distribute food as part of the Urban Ministries program and speak to elementary students about their student-athlete experience. They help clear debris from elderly residents’ yards after a devastating storm and have rung the Salvation Army bell during Christmas time.

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BOBCATS

ADMINISTRATION QUICK FACTS

Location...................................................... San Marcos, Texas Founded.............................................................................1899 Enrollment......................................................................38,006 Nickname..................................................................... Bobcats Colors.............................................................Maroon and Gold Dr. Denise M. Trauth President

Dr. Paul Gowens Faculty Representative

Dr. Larry Teis Athletics Director

Tracy Shoemake SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

Head Coach.....................................................Zenarae Antoine Alma Mater, Year..................................Colorado State, 1998 Record at TXST (Years)...................................... 60-65 (Four)

Texas State, located in the IH-35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio, is home to over 38,000 students and officially opened its doors in 1903. Notably, Texas State is the only university in Texas to have a U.S. president among its graduates. Lyndon B. Johnson graduated from Texas State in 1930.

Career Record.............................................................. Same

The Texas State athletics program currently consists of 16 varsity programs including the football team coached by Dennis Franchione. The Bobcats are beginning their fourth season of playing a Football Bowl Subdivision schedule after becoming bowl eligible for the second straight year with six wins in 2013 and seven wins in 2014.

Assistant Coach...................................................... Addie Lees

Recently reclassified as an Emerging Research University, Texas State currently meets all standards with the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) and has a budget of $25 million. San Marcos is located in the Austin metro area, which is the 39th largest designated market area (DMA) in the United States. Notable Alumni: Lyndon B. Johnson, former President of the United States, George Strait, Grammy Award-winning American country music singer; Powers Boothe, actor; Jerry Fields, J.D. Fields & Co. founder, chairman and chief executive officer; T. Paul Bulmahn, ATP Oil & Gas Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

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Associate Head Coach.................................... Chandra Dorsey Alma Mater, Year............................................ Ole Miss, 2001 Alma Mater, Year.................................................. UAM, 2009 Assistant Coach..................................................... Laura Terry Alma Mater, Year.......................................... Louisville, 2012 2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 17-15 2014-15 SBC Record/Finish......................................11-9/t-4th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 8/3 Newcomers..............................................................................7


2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (17-15, 11-9 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT Nov. 13 at Texas A&M NOV. 15 ST. EDWARD’S NOV. 21 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 26 (1) vs. Iowa State Nov. 27 (1) vs. Idaho Nov. 28 (1) vs. Duke DEC. 3 UTSA DEC. 13 TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE Dec. 16 at Houston Baptist Dec. 21 at Missouri DEC. 30 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * JAN. 2 GEORGIA STATE * Jan. 9 at Appalachian State * Jan. 14 at South Alabama * Jan. 16 at Troy * JAN. 21 LITTLE ROCK * JAN. 23 ARKANSAS STATE * Jan. 28 at UL Lafayette * Jan. 30 at UL Monroe * Feb. 4 at Georgia State * Feb. 6 at Georgia Southern * FEB. 9 UT ARLINGTON * FEB. 11 APPALACHIAN STATE * FEB. 18 UL MONROE * FEB. 20 UL LAFAYETTE * Feb. 25 at Arkansas State * Feb. 27 at Little Rock * Mar. 1 at UT Arlington * MAR. 3 TROY * MAR. 5 SOUTH ALABAMA * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION College Station, Texas SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS Cancun, Mexico Cancun, Mexico Cancun, Mexico SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS Houston, Texas Columbia, Mo. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS Boone, N.C. Mobile, Ala. Troy, Ala. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS Lafayette, La. Monroe, La. Atlanta, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS Jonesboro, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Arlington, Texas SAN MARCOS, TEXAS SAN MARCOS, TEXAS New Orleans, La.

TIME 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 12:30 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:30 PM 2:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 2:00 PM 5:30 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 3:30 PM TBA 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 2:00 PM 5:05 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 2:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game (1) Cancun Challenge - Mayan Tournament (Cancun, Mexico)

Head Coach Zenarae Antoine Head coach Zenarae Antoine enters her fifth season in 2015-16 with a 60-65 overall record at Texas State. Last season, Antoine led the Bobcats to their second consecutive postseason appearance for the first time in school history with an invitation to the Women’s Basketball Invitational. The Bobcats also made their second consecutive appearance in the SBC Tournament semifinal in 2015. Since joining the Sun Belt in 2013, Texas State is one of just three teams to achieve that feat. Also in 2015, Texas State defeated Arkansas State for the first time in school history, marking the Red Wolves as the last team to beat in the SBC for Coach Antoine.

DATE OPPONENT RESULT NOVEMBER 15 TEXAS A&M-INTERNATIONAL W, 83-65 18 at Texas Tech L, 77-81 (OT) 22 HOUSTON BAPTIST L, 56-61 25 LAMAR W, 79-72 29 at No. 20 Oklahoma State L, 37-64 DECEMBER 4 at UTSA W, 57-53 14 TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE W, 74-69 19 (1) vs. Bethune-Cookman W, 51-40 20 (1) vs. Stetson L, 57-75 30 at Troy * W, 74-72 JANUARY 3 at Georgia Southern * W, 79-65 5 at Georgia State * L, 69-74 8 LITTLE ROCK * L, 45-65 10 UL MONROE * W, 70-64 15 SOUTH ALABAMA * W, 63-42 17 at Arkansas State * L, 48-68 19 at UT Arlington * W, 60-53 22 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * W, 67-57 24 APPALACHIAN STATE * W, 67-58 31 UL LAFAYETTE * L, 81-83 (2OT) FEBRUARY 4 at South Alabama * W, 46-44 7 at Little Rock * L, 43-70 12 UT ARLINGTON * W, 65-58 (OT) 14 GEORGIA STATE * W, 71-61 19 at UL Lafayette * L, 41-64 26 TROY * L, 59-75 28 ARKANSAS STATE * W, 83-74 MARCH 5 at Appalachian State * L, 55-61 7 at UL Monroe * L, 84-90 (OT) 11 (2) vs. No. 5 UT Arlington W, 52-46 13 (2) vs. No. 4 Texas State L, 44-87 18 (3) vs. No. 5 Oral Roberts L, 54-57 * Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) - Stetson Hatter Invitational (Deland, Fla.) (2) - Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, LA) (3) - WBI Tournament First Round (San Marcos, TX)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

YEAR

HOMETOWN

1

Ayriel Anderson

5-3

G

Sr.

2

Toshua Leavitt

5-4

G

Fr.

Irving, Texas Nixa, Mo.

5

Devin Gray

5-9

G

Fr.

Wellington, Fla.

12

Kiani Lurry

5-8

G

Fr.

Miami, Fla.

14

McKinley Bostad

5-8

G

So.

Kennedale, Texas

15

Ericka May

5-10

G

So.

Allen, Texas

22

Ti’Aira Pitts

6-1

F

So.

Pflugerville, Texas

23

Taeler Deer

5-5

G

So.

Houston, Texas

24

Raven Burns

5-7

G

Sr.

Houston, Texas

25

Whitney Apari

6-0

F

So.

Frisco, Texas

32

Kaitlin Walla

5-9

G

Jr.

Georgetown, Texas

35

Erin Peoples

6-0

G

Sr.

Little Rock, Ark.

40

Amber Jones

5-11

F

Jr.

Indianapolis, Ind.

44

Jasmine Vasquez

5-11

F

Sr.

Dallas, Texas

55

De’Jionae Calloway

6-0

F

Fr.

Lee’s Summit, Mo.

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BOBCATS TO WATCH

Ayriel Anderson G - 5-3 Senior Irving, Texas Applied Arts & Sciences Started and played in all 32 games as a junior …was second on the team with a career-high 10.9 PPG and 66 made free throws … finished the season shooting 36.4 percent from beyond the arc and was second on the team with 60 made three’s … her 60 made three’s in 2014-15 ranks sixth all-time at Texas State and her 135 all-time career three’s rank her fifth all-time … averaged a team-high 3.5 APG after dishing out 112 throughout the 2014-15 season … tallied a season-high 21 points, twice, against Georgia Southern on Jan. 22, 2015 and UL Monroe on March 7, 2015 … during the 201314 season, she scored a career-high 31 points against Troy … matched her career-high of five made three-pointers against UL Monroe on March 7, 2015 … enters the 2015-16 season with 902 career points.

Kaitlin Walla G - 5-9 Junior Georgetown, Texas Biochemistry Only played in eight games and started in one after an ACL injury in the Stetson Hatter Classic … averaged 23.1 minutes per contest and 7.6 PPG … went 7-for-13 from beyond the arc for a 53.8 percentage … was an 48.8 percent field goal shooter after making 21 shots … finished the season with a career-high 2.6 rebounds per game … tied her career-high of six field goals made against Houston Baptist on Nov. 22 … as a freshman, played in 28 games and started in three … averaged 6.2 points per game, the highest average for a freshman on the 2013-14 team … recorded a career-high 17 points in the game against UTSA.

2014-15 BOBCATS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 35 Peoples, Erin 30 30 958 31.9 158 371 .426 5 24 .208 83 122 .680 64 147 211 7.0 62 2 52 1 Anderson, Ayriel 32 32 1088 34.0 111 326 .340 60 165 .364 66 85 .776 20 84 104 3.3 75 3 112 10 Braeuer, Meghan 32 31 1099 34.3 100 262 .382 66 172 .384 44 54 .815 7 66 73 2.3 48 1 66 32 Walla, Kaitlin 8 1 185 23.1 21 43 .488 7 13 .538 12 14 .857 9 12 21 2.6 12 0 11 23 Deer, Taeler 27 0 458 17.0 69 177 .390 21 53 .396 40 64 .625 16 38 54 2.0 42 0 35 21 Mays, Kileah 32 32 909 28.4 70 237 .295 0 0 .000 34 80 .425 95 149 244 7.6 78 2 22 42 Jeffcoat, Jacqueline 32 18 573 17.9 60 170 .353 13 51 .255 32 45 .711 62 121 183 5.7 81 2 18 15 May, Ericka 32 14 660 20.6 55 160 .344 11 41 .268 26 45 .578 59 108 167 5.2 61 2 19 24 Burns, Raven 30 2 251 8.4 36 110 .327 24 81 .296 13 21 .619 5 15 20 0.7 23 0 5 11 Texada, Kindell 7 0 26 3.7 2 11 .182 0 4 .000 11 17 .647 1 3 4 0.6 3 0 1 22 Pitts, Ti’Aira 16 0 98 6.1 13 30 .433 0 2 .000 4 6 .667 4 10 14 0.9 10 0 0 25 Apari, Whitney 27 0 222 8.2 10 47 .213 0 1 .000 9 15 .600 16 27 43 1.6 29 0 3 TEAM................ 75 81 156 4.9 0 Total.......... 32 705 1944 .363 207 607 .341 374 568 .658 433 861 1294 40.4 524 12 344 Opponents...... 32 787 1996 .394 155 504 .308 339 496 .683 426 914 1340 41.9 545 - 407

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 61 16 56 404 13.5 91 1 32 348 10.9 68 0 25 310 9.7 18 1 3 61 7.6 35 7 28 199 7.4 79 34 26 174 5.4 36 23 17 165 5.2 46 17 20 147 4.6 20 1 9 109 3.6 6 0 1 15 2.1 6 0 1 30 1.9 13 4 6 29 1.1 9 488 104 224 1991 62.2 468 125 244 2068 64.6

2014-15 BOBCATS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 35 Peoples, Erin 20 20 640 32.0 107 248 .431 3 13 .231 59 83 .711 48 96 144 7.2 42 1 37 1 Anderson, Ayriel 20 20 706 35.3 78 202 .386 42 113 .372 44 59 .746 11 53 64 3.2 47 1 74 23 Deer, Taeler 19 0 378 19.9 61 146 .418 20 43 .465 31 48 .646 13 34 47 2.5 36 0 35 10 Braeuer, Meghan 20 19 673 33.7 48 140 .343 27 92 .293 26 31 .839 2 42 44 2.2 29 1 39 21 Mays, Kileah 20 20 545 27.3 46 146 .315 0 0 .000 18 42 .429 58 91 149 7.5 52 2 8 15 May, Ericka 20 11 444 22.2 41 104 .394 7 24 .292 18 29 .621 42 70 112 5.6 46 1 10 42 Jeffcoat, Jacqueline 20 9 341 17.1 35 103 .340 6 27 .222 19 29 .655 34 70 104 5.2 45 1 8 24 Burns, Raven 19 1 157 8.3 21 70 .300 18 55 .327 8 13 .615 4 8 12 0.6 13 0 2 22 Pitts, Ti’Aira 8 0 42 5.3 8 15 .533 0 1 .000 3 4 .750 1 5 6 0.8 5 0 0 11 Texada, Kindell 4 0 18 4.5 1 5 .200 0 1 .000 6 9 .667 0 1 1 0.3 1 0 1 25 Apari, Whitney 18 0 156 8.7 8 35 .229 0 1 .000 7 11 .636 12 19 31 1.7 19 0 3 TEAM................ 49 48 97 4.9 0 Total.......... 20 454 1214 .374 123 370 .332 239 358 .668 274 537 811 40.5 335 7 217 Opponents...... 20 488 1249 .391 98 327 .300 224 320 .700 274 550 824 41.2 334 - 266

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 41 11 35 276 13.8 55 1 21 242 12.1 25 6 20 173 9.1 41 0 12 149 7.5 50 17 15 110 5.5 33 10 13 107 5.4 19 17 11 95 4.8 17 1 7 68 3.6 2 0 1 19 2.4 6 0 0 8 2.0 10 2 4 23 1.3 4 303 65 139 1270 63.5 290 66 154 1298 64.9


BOBCATS

THE EXPERIENCE The Texas State University Athletic Academic Center (AAC) is structured after the principles of the NCAA Life Skills Program to provide student-athletes with five basic components, Academic Excellence, Athletic Excellence, Community Service, Career Development and Personal Development. The AAC, which is open six days a week, houses a state-of-theart computer lab, areas for both individual and group study, and offices for the AAC staff. The AAC is led by five full-time professional staff members, four graduate assistant students and university trained tutors. The AAC offers drop-in tutoring for Math and assigned tutoring for other subjects. Currently there are 20 tutors that specifically tutor the student-athletes in the AAC. Academics will also find additional tutors on as needed basis for specific subjects. Student-athletes are encouraged to seek assistance in the Student Learning Assistance Center (SLAC) in the Alkek Library and in the Disability Services Office. The Academic Mentoring Program is designed as a mentor program to assist freshman, transfer and at-risk student-athletes. Each student on the mentoring program is assigned a mentor in the AAC who they meet with on a regular basis throughout the semester. The mentoring program requires that each student-athlete complete at least six hours of study time each week in the Athletic Academic Center. Student-athletes are encouraged to work with a career services counselor and to utilize the Career Service Center when deciding on a major, writing a resume or looking for internships and summer jobs. Career workshops for student-athletes are provided during the spring semester. The Career Services Center helps students in preparing for interviews by working on interviewing skills and etiquette. The Career Center is equipped with a computer lab and numerous books to help students with all aspects of career development and exploration. The AAC works closely with the PACE (Personalized Academic and Career Exploration) center to help freshman and undecided sophomores choose majors. Juniors and seniors may use PACE for resume writing and interview session, an etiquette dinner, and an employee mixer. An annual career fair is held to enable student-athletes to showcase their talent as a professional, skilled worker.

The Texas State Athletic Academic Center hosts several events and awards student-athletes who have achieved on the field and in the classroom. Throughout the year, Bobcat student-athletes, staff and coaches are encouraged to actively participate in the community. Bobcat Athletics has made a strong commitment to giving back to those in need making a sincere impact on the community that has supported our university for over 100 years. Every athletic team participates in various community service activities that fight against social/economic issues like cancer, heart disease, illiteracy and more. In total, $3,785,330 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 293 student-athletes. Of that, $1,525,380 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 91 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone $200,526 was given to 197 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF).

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TROJANS

ADMINISTRATION QUICK FACTS

Location......................................................................Troy, Ala. Founded.............................................................................1887 Enrollment......................................................................20,000 Nickname...................................................................... Trojans Colors.............................................. Cardinal, Silver and Black Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. Chancellor

Dr. Fred Green Faculty Representative

Jeremy McClain Athletics Director

Sandy Atkins SWA

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY Troy University is a public university located in Troy, Alabama, and founded in 1887 as Troy Normal School with a mission to educate and train new teachers. Troy has since evolved into a comprehensive global university. The Troy Campus itself consists of 36 major buildings on 650 acres plus the adjacent Troy University Arboretum, located near downtown Troy, Ala. The campus sits along rolling hills with many old oak trees present along the streets and throughout campus.

Head Coach......................................................... Chanda Rigby Alma Mater, Year................... Southeastern Louisiana, 1990 Record at TROY (Years).....................................39-53 (Three) Career Record................................................... 268-152 (14) Associate Head Coach......................................... Jennifer Graf Alma Mater, Year..........................Northwestern State, 2000 Assistant Coach......................................... Courtney Simmons Alma Mater, Year.......................................... Louisville, 2008

Troy University cumulatively offers four associate degree programs, 44 bachelor’s degree programs, 24 master’s degree programs, seven education specialist degree programs and one doctoral program with an overall selective acceptance rate of 68%.

Assistant Coach.....................................................Neil Harrow

Troy University has three other campuses in the state of Alabama in Dothan, Montgomery, and Phenix City, along with 23 sites in seven U.S. states and six locations in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

2014-15 SBC Record/Finish........................................ 11-5/3rd

Notable Alumni: Kevin Kregel, NASA mission commander; James Byron Huggins, author; Robert Smith, composer; Dr. Manley Johnson, economist; Vecepia Towery, 3rd season winner of Survivor; DeMarcus Ware, an All-Pro NFL linebacker for the Denver Broncos; Osi Umenyiora, All-Pro NFL defensive end.

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Alma Mater, Year...................................West Scotland, 2010 2014-15 Overall Record................................................... 20-11 Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................. 6/6 Newcomers..............................................................................8

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2015-16 SCHEDULE

2014-15 RESULTS (17-15, 11-9 Sun Belt)

DATE OPPONENT NOV. 13 WEST ALABAMA Nov. 17 at Samford NOV. 22 FORT VALLEY STATE Nov. 29 at Belmont DEC. 1 NICHOLLS STATE Dec. 10 at Vanderbilt Dec. 15 at Alabama State Dec. 18 at UAB Dec. 21 at Southeastern Louisiana DEC. 30 ARKANSAS STATE * JAN. 2 LITTLE ROCK * Jan. 7 at Georgia State * Jan. 9 at Georgia Southern * JAN. 14 UT ARLINGTON * JAN. 16 TEXAS STATE * Jan. 21 at UL Monroe * Jan. 23 at UL Lafayette * JAN. 26 SOUTH ALABAMA * JAN. 28 APPALACHIAN STATE * Feb. 4 at Little Rock * Feb. 6 at Arkansas State * FEB. 11 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * FEB. 13 GEORGIA STATE * Feb. 16 at South Alabama * Feb. 20 at Appalachian State * FEB. 25 UL LAFAYETTE * FEB. 27 UL MONROE * Mar. 3 at Texas State * Mar. 5 at UT Arlington * Mar. 9-12 Sun Belt Conference Championship

LOCATION TROY, ALA. Birmingham, Ala. TROY, ALA. Nashville, Tenn. TROY, ALA. Nashville, Tenn. Montgomery, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Hammond, La. TROY, ALA. TROY, ALA. Atlanta, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. TROY, ALA. TROY, ALA. Monroe, La. Lafayette, La. TROY, ALA. TROY, ALA. Little Rock, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. TROY, ALA. TROY, ALA. Mobile, Ala. Boone, N.C. TROY, ALA. TROY, ALA. San Marcos, Texas Arlington, Texas New Orleans, La.

TIME 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:15 PM 7:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:30 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:15 PM 3:00 PM 5:15 PM 5:15 PM 5:15 PM 3:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 2:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:00 PM TBA

Home games in Bold | All Times Central | * - Sun Belt Conference Game

Head Coach Chanda Rigby Chanda Rigby begins her fourth season as the head coach at Troy in 201516. Rigby has quickly turned the Troy program from one that won just two games in 2011-12, the season prior to her arrival, to most recently a 20game winner in 2014-15. Troy’s 2014-15 team won 20 games for just the fourth time in program history and made the second postseason appearance in program history. The Trojans posted a 15-5 Sun Belt record, good for a program-best third place finish, then played in the Women’s Basketball Invitational, making a postseason appearance for the first time since 1997. In addition to a winning culture, Rigby has also brought an exciting, fastpaced tempo to Troy. All three of her teams at Troy have led the Sun Belt in scoring offense, with the most recent two also finishing in the NCAA’s top 20 in scoring offense.

DATE OPPONENT NOVEMBER 14 at Auburn 16 at Clemson 21 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 24 at Florida A&M 30 SAVANNAH STATE DECEMBER 3 SAMFORD 13 ALABAMA STATE 18 at Evansville 20 at Tennessee State 30 TEXAS STATE * JANUARY 3 at UL Lafayette * 5 UT ARLINGTON * 10 at Georgia State * 15 at UL Monroe * 17 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * 19 APPALACHIAN STATE * 22 at Little Rock * 24 ARKANSAS STATE * 29 UL MONROE * 31 at UT Arlington * FEBRUARY 5 at Arkansas State * 7 at Appalachian State * 12 SOUTH ALABAMA * 14 UL LAFAYETTE * 19 at Georgia Southern * 21 LITTLE ROCK * 26 at Texas State * 28 GEORGIA STATE * MARCH 7 at South Alabama * 11 (1) vs. No. 6 UL Lafayette 19 (2) at No. 4 Mercer

RESULT L, 54-71 L, 73-82 W, 80-78 W, 65-59 L, 80-83 W, 76-67 W, 70-50 L, 85-94 W, 75-71 L, 72-74 W, 60-55 W, 70-63 W, 96-87 W, 82-77 W, 84-74 W, 91-87 L, 56-82 L, 76-82 W, 90-51 L, 67-70 L, 72-91 W, 108-87 W, 78-67 W, 68-63 W, 97-93 (OT) W, 65-62 W, 75-59 W, 88-75 W, 86-79 L, 52-66 L, 68-83

* Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game (1) - Sun Belt Championship (New Orleans, LA) (2) - WBI Tournament First Round (Macon, GA)

2015-16 ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

YEAR

HOMETOWN

3

Amanda Mendoza

G

5-3

So.

Miami, Fla.

4

Ashley Beverly Kelley

G

5-6

Sr.

Adamsville, Ala.

10

Jayla Chills

G

5-10

Jr.

Ripley, Miss.

11

ArJae’ Saunders

G

5-7

Jr.

Washington, D.C.

14

Claresa Banks

G

5-9

Jr.

Jackson, Miss.

20

Ta’Kierra Gibbs

G

5-9

Jr.

Eatonton, Ga.

21

Rachel Reid

G

5-8

Sr.

Tampa, Fla.

22

Amahni Upshaw

F

6-1

Fr.

Brantley, Ala.

23

Kristen Emerson

F

6-1

Jr.

Prattville, Ala.

25

Casie Johnson

F

6-0

Jr.

Eagle Point, Ore

32

Dajia Williams

C

6-3

So.

Gadsden, Ala.

33

Lauren Day

F

6-1

Jr.

Niceville, Fla.

34

Caitlyn Ramirez

F

6-2

Jr.

Shawnee, Okla.

44

La’Tia Fils-Aime’

F

6-1

Fr.

Daleville, Ala.

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TROJANS TO WATCH

Ashley Beverly Kelley G - 5-6 Senior Adamsville, Ala. Exercise Science Ashley Beverly Kelley enters her senior season in 2015-16 looking to further cement herself in the Troy record books. A first team All-Sun Belt selection and a third team Mid-Major All-American in 2014-15, Beverly Kelley led the Trojans in scoring at 17.6 points per game. That average ranked second in the Sun Belt while her 19.8 points per game scoring average in league games was the best in the conference. Beverly Kelley enters 2015-16 with 1,316 career points, tops among active Sun Belt players. She scored in double figures 27 times in 2014-15, including in the final 14 games of the season. The Adamsville, Ala., native scored a career-high 46 points at Georgia Southern, tying for the most points scored in the NCAA Division I in 2014-15. Beverly Kelley also led the Trojans in assists and ranked in the Sun Belt top 10 averaging 2.8 per game. She also averaged 2.3 steals per game, ranking sixth in the Sun Belt. Beverly Kelley also ranked in the Sun Belt’s top 10 in free throw percentage (.828) and 3-point percentage (.317).

Caitlyn Ramirez F - 6-2 Junior Shawnee, Okla. Criminal Justice Caitlyn Ramirez, who started the final 12 games on 2014-15, returns to anchor the Troy frontcourt in 2015-16. Ramirez played in all 31 games last season and averaged 6.5 points and 16.8 minutes per game. She scored in double figures nine times, including a season-high 21 points in Troy’s win over Samford. That performance earned Ramirez Sun Belt Player of the Week honors, making her one of three different Trojans to win the award last season. Ramirez also had standout games against UT Arlington, who she posted her lone double-double of the season against, and Texas State, where she grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds. Ramirez also made the game-tying basket with 0.9 seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime in a Troy win at Georgia Southern.

2014-15 TROJANS OVERALL STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 4 Beverly-Kelley, A. 31 29 960 31.0 200 478 .418 39 123 .317 106 128 .828 48 90 138 4.5 66 1 86 42 Garrett, Ronita 31 30 884 28.5 207 440 .470 13 60 .217 58 79 .734 129 215 344 11.1 92 3 55 35 Coleman, Kourtney 30 29 671 22.4 82 237 .346 27 82 .329 36 56 .643 56 49 105 3.5 65 2 41 20 Maiga, Aissata 31 27 602 19.4 97 208 .466 6 16 .375 32 53 .604 60 21 81 2.6 77 2 60 21 Reid, Rachel 31 3 579 18.7 77 236 .326 41 148 .277 28 46 .609 25 41 66 2.1 54 1 31 34 Ramirez, Caitlyn 31 13 521 16.8 76 194 .392 10 43 .233 39 55 .709 29 90 119 3.8 54 0 28 12 Buchanon, Lacey 31 4 691 22.3 66 187 .353 4 12 .333 37 50 .740 5 52 57 1.8 49 1 65 5 Lancaster, Brianna 17 16 275 16.2 35 94 .372 2 12 .167 11 24 .458 11 30 41 2.4 44 2 10 23 Emerson, Kristen 28 4 524 18.7 26 84 .310 2 7 .286 13 17 .765 67 93 160 5.7 39 0 29 24 Blount, Simiah 27 0 268 9.9 17 57 .298 7 22 .318 15 26 .577 14 21 35 1.3 24 1 26 33 Day, Lauren 26 0 177 6.8 20 46 .435 1 1 1.000 5 6 .833 15 16 31 1.2 23 0 11 32 Williams, Dajia 15 0 73 4.9 7 22 .318 0 0 .000 9 13 .692 9 10 19 1.3 12 0 1 TEAM................ 70 57 127 4.1 0 Total.......... 31 910 2283 .399 152 526 .289 389 553 .703 538 785 1323 42.7 599 13 443 Opponents...... 31 841 2020 .416 181 562 .322 419 625 .670 494 917 1411 45.5 538 - 492

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 86 8 71 545 17.6 84 18 73 485 15.6 61 5 25 227 7.6 64 1 31 232 7.5 33 8 30 223 7.2 53 14 51 201 6.5 50 1 38 173 5.6 28 8 8 83 4.9 26 37 21 67 2.4 28 1 15 56 2.1 13 5 9 46 1.8 7 1 3 23 1.5 2 535 107 375 2361 76.2 695 109 273 2282 73.6

2014-15 TROJANS CONFERENCE ONLY STATS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST 4 Beverly-Kelley, A. 20 20 633 31.7 142 318 .447 31 80 .388 80 95 .842 29 56 85 4.3 43 1 53 42 Garrett, Ronita 20 19 569 28.5 137 294 .466 8 41 .195 43 56 .768 93 140 233 11.7 61 2 35 35 Coleman, Kourtney 19 18 439 23.1 52 149 .349 16 54 .296 29 43 .674 33 31 64 3.4 40 1 31 20 Maiga, Aissata 20 19 386 19.3 61 137 .445 6 12 .500 18 26 .692 37 14 51 2.6 47 1 39 21 Reid, Rachel 20 0 370 18.5 48 146 .329 26 97 .268 19 29 .655 15 27 42 2.1 33 1 19 34 Ramirez, Caitlyn 20 11 365 18.3 55 131 .420 6 25 .240 21 34 .618 18 70 88 4.4 40 0 18 12 Buchanon, Lacey 20 4 478 23.9 52 131 .397 3 8 .375 28 36 .778 3 31 34 1.7 31 1 51 5 Lancaster, Brianna 8 8 120 15.0 13 38 .342 0 1 .000 5 11 .455 8 11 19 2.4 23 1 3 24 Blount, Simiah 18 0 177 9.8 12 39 .308 6 15 .400 8 14 .571 8 13 21 1.2 14 1 18 32 Williams, Dajia 11 0 60 5.5 7 16 .438 0 0 .000 7 11 .636 8 9 17 1.5 9 0 1 33 Day, Lauren 18 0 104 5.8 14 31 .452 1 1 1.000 2 3 .667 4 7 11 0.6 14 0 6 23 Emerson, Kristen 20 1 324 16.2 14 49 .286 0 4 .000 6 10 .600 41 59 100 5.0 26 0 15 TEAM................ 52 43 95 4.8 0 Total.......... 20 607 1479 .410 103 338 .305 266 368 .723 349 511 860 43.0 381 9 289 Opponents...... 20 541 1324 .409 131 401 .327 265 381 .696 326 580 906 45.3 349 - 321

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TO BLK STL PTS AVG 47 6 46 395 19.8 48 16 54 325 16.3 40 4 17 149 7.8 39 1 21 146 7.3 20 5 20 141 7.1 31 10 34 137 6.9 35 1 24 135 6.8 11 3 1 31 3.9 20 1 10 38 2.1 6 1 2 21 1.9 9 4 7 31 1.7 20 27 12 34 1.7 1 327 79 248 1583 79.2 450 65 163 1478 73.9


TROJANS

THE EXPERIENCE The Troy University Athletics Department is an integral part of the University. Its mission is to assure a balance between the desire to win and the desire to facilitate positive growth of student-athletes. The Athletics Department strives to graduate student-athletes who will make significant contributions to society, view their experience in athletics as rewarding and who will be proud alumni and advocates of the University. At Troy The Office of Student-Athlete Services assists in maintaining an effective academic center, supervision of computer labs, arranging tutors, monitoring academic success and progress towards degree, assisting with academic advisement/registration, coordination of NCAA and Conference awards and scholarships, and arrangement of academic and lifestyle seminars and workshops (CHAMPS/Life Skills). Student-Athlete Services (SAS) embraces the mission of the University and the Athletics Department to develop well rounded student-athletes through discovery and exploration of knowledge and its application to lifelong success. The primary goals of SAS is to develop, nurture, and inspire our student-athletes. SAS aspires to challenge our student-athletes to embrace ownership of their responsibilities. Troy student-athletes turned in a record-breaking 2014 fall semester in the classroom as 41 Trojans posted a perfect 4.0 grade point average, while 222 student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA or higher in semester. Of the 222 student-athletes 113 finished the fall semester with a 3.5 or higher GPA. Additionally, nine of Troy’s 16 athletic programs finished the fall with at least a 3.0 combined GPA. Recent men’s basketball student-athletes have traveled to Spain, making stops in Barcelona and Gran Canaria while women’s basketball stu-

Study hall sessions are held for Troy student-athletes in an effort to develop consistent, appropriate, and effective study habits. All study sessions take place at the Trojan Academic Center which houses all of the Student-Athlete Services administrative offices. dent-athletes travelled to Italy in August 2014. The team visited Rome, Vatican City, Tuscany, Florence, Pisa and Venice. In total, $4,188,428 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 298 student-athletes. Of that, $1,651,974 worth of athletic scholarships in the 2014-15 academic year were awarded to 82 football student-athletes. In the 2013-14 academic year alone $277,050 was given to 123 student-athletes from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF).

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OVERALL STATS SCORING OFFENSE ## Team 1. Troy 2. Arkansas State 3. Appalachian State 4. Georgia State 5. Little Rock 6. UL Lafayette 7. Texas State 8. UL Monroe 9. Georgia Southern 10. UT Arlington 11. South Alabama

G 31 35 30 30 34 35 32 29 29 30 29

W-L 20-11 24-11 14-16 13-17 29-5 23-12 17-15 12-17 5-24 17-13 5-24

Pts 2361 2485 2030 2012 2212 2183 1991 1768 1754 1770 1630

SCORING DEFENSE ## Team 1. Little Rock 2. UT Arlington 3. UL Lafayette 4. Arkansas State 5. Texas State 6. South Alabama 7. UL Monroe 8. Georgia State 9. Appalachian State 10. Georgia Southern 11. Troy

G 34 30 35 35 32 29 29 30 30 29 31

Pts 1750 1594 2061 2248 2068 1891 1897 2030 2113 2052 2282

Avg/G 51.5 53.1 58.9 64.2 64.6 65.2 65.4 67.7 70.4 70.8 73.6

SCORING MARGIN ## Team 1. Little Rock 2. Arkansas State 3. UT Arlington 4. UL Lafayette 5. Troy 6. Georgia State 7. Texas State 8. Appalachian State 9. UL Monroe 10. South Alabama 11. Georgia Southern

G 34 35 30 35 31 30 32 30 29 29 29

OFF 65.1 71.0 59.0 62.4 76.2 67.1 62.2 67.7 61.0 56.2 60.5

DEF 51.5 64.2 53.1 58.9 73.6 67.7 64.6 70.4 65.4 65.2 70.8

FREE THROW PCT ## Team 1. Georgia State 2. Appalachian State 3. UL Monroe 4. Troy 5. Arkansas State 6. Georgia Southern 7. Little Rock 8. Texas State 9. South Alabama 10. UL Lafayette 11. UT Arlington

G 30 30 29 31 35 29 34 32 29 35 30

FTM 386 412 451 389 497 293 423 374 336 448 316

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ## Team G 1. Arkansas State 35 2. Little Rock 34 3. Georgia State 30 4. Appalachian State 30 5. Troy 31 6. UT Arlington 30 7. UL Monroe 29 8. Georgia Southern 29 9. UL Lafayette 35 10. South Alabama 29 11. Texas State 32 FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. UT Arlington 30 2. Little Rock 34 3. UL Monroe 29 4. Texas State 32 5. South Alabama 29 6. Georgia Southern 29 7. Appalachian State 30 8. Georgia State 30 9. Arkansas State 35 10. Troy 31 11. UL Lafayette 35

3-POINT FG PCT ## Team 1. Little Rock 2. Georgia State 3. Texas State 4. Arkansas State 5. South Alabama 6. Appalachian State 7. Georgia Southern 8. Troy 9. UL Monroe 10. UT Arlington 11. UL Lafayette

FG 139 164 207 150 158 106 159 152 91 134 149

FGA 374 468 607 473 507 351 546 526 315 468 556

Pct .372 .350 .341 .317 .312 .302 .291 .289 .289 .286 .268

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. Little Rock 34 2. Appalachian State 30 3. UL Lafayette 35 4. Georgia Southern 29 5. UT Arlington 30 6. Texas State 32 7. Arkansas State 35 8. UL Monroe 29 9. Georgia State 30 10. Troy 31 11. South Alabama 29

FG 104 137 119 138 125 155 155 180 180 181 129

FGA 379 475 399 452 408 504 495 566 559 562 384

Pct .274 .288 .298 .305 .306 .308 .313 .318 .322 .322 .336

Margin +13.6 +6.8 +5.9 +3.5 +2.5 -0.6 -2.4 -2.8 -4.4 -9.0 -10.3

REBOUNDING OFFENSE ## Team 1. Troy 2. Texas State 3. Appalachian State 4. UL Monroe 5. UT Arlington 6. Georgia State 7. Georgia Southern 8. Arkansas State 9. UL Lafayette 10. Little Rock 11. South Alabama

G 31 32 30 29 30 30 29 35 35 34 29

Reb 1323 1294 1192 1130 1144 1141 1087 1282 1236 1182 996

Avg/G 42.7 40.4 39.7 39.0 38.1 38.0 37.5 36.6 35.3 34.8 34.3

FTA 534 578 633 553 709 427 632 568 514 696 520

Pct .723 .713 .712 .703 .701 .686 .669 .658 .654 .644 .608

REBOUNDING DEFENSE ## Team 1. Little Rock 2. UT Arlington 3. Georgia State 4. Arkansas State 5. UL Monroe 6. UL Lafayette 7. Appalachian State 8. South Alabama 9. Texas State 10. Georgia Southern 11. Troy

G 34 30 30 35 29 35 30 29 32 29 31

Reb 1143 1031 1066 1271 1065 1298 1166 1165 1340 1249 1411

Avg/G 33.6 34.4 35.5 36.3 36.7 37.1 38.9 40.2 41.9 43.1 45.5

FG 919 825 731 756 910 660 613 651 793 568 705

FGA 2050 1853 1759 1834 2283 1662 1552 1699 2094 1520 1944

Pct .448 .445 .416 .412 .399 .397 .395 .383 .379 .374 .363

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team 1. UT Arlington 2. Georgia State 3. UL Monroe 4. Little Rock 5. Appalachian State 6. Arkansas State 7. Texas State 8. UL Lafayette 9. Troy 10. Georgia Southern 11. South Alabama

G 30 30 29 34 30 35 32 35 31 29 29

TEAM 1144 1141 1130 1182 1192 1282 1294 1236 1323 1087 996

Avg 38.1 38.0 39.0 34.8 39.7 36.6 40.4 35.3 42.7 37.5 34.3

FG 548 638 672 787 690 773 752 730 871 841 740

FGA 1527 1724 1765 1996 1695 1887 1831 1771 2104 2020 1745

Pct .359 .370 .381 .394 .407 .410 .411 .412 .414 .416 .424

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Team 1. UT Arlington 2. South Alabama 3. Appalachian State 4. UL Monroe 5. Georgia Southern 6. Troy 7. Texas State 8. Little Rock 9. Arkansas State 10. Georgia State 11. UL Lafayette

G 30 29 30 29 29 31 32 34 35 30 35

Blocks 128 121 125 108 106 107 104 90 84 63 36

Avg/G 4.27 4.17 4.17 3.72 3.66 3.45 3.25 2.65 2.40 2.10 1.03

58 - Sun Belt Conference

Avg/G 76.2 71.0 67.7 67.1 65.1 62.4 62.2 61.0 60.5 59.0 56.2

G 34 30 32 35 29 30 29 31 29 30 35

OPP 1031 1066 1065 1143 1166 1271 1340 1298 1411 1249 1165

Avg 34.4 35.5 36.7 33.6 38.9 36.3 41.9 37.1 45.5 43.1 40.2

Margin +3.8 +2.5 +2.2 +1.1 +0.9 +0.3 -1.4 -1.8 -2.8 -5.6 -5.8


OVERALL STATS ASSISTS ## Team 1. Troy 2. Little Rock 3. Georgia State 4. UT Arlington 5. Arkansas State 6. Appalachian State 7. UL Monroe 8. Georgia Southern 9. Texas State 10. UL Lafayette 11. South Alabama

G 31 34 30 30 35 30 29 29 32 35 29

Assists 443 479 421 413 439 362 347 322 344 373 306

Avg/G 14.29 14.09 14.03 13.77 12.54 12.07 11.97 11.10 10.75 10.66 10.55

DEFENSIVE REB PCT. ## Team 1. UL Lafayette 2. UT Arlington 3. Texas State 4. Georgia State 5. Little Rock 6. Appalachian State 7. Georgia Southern 8. Arkansas State 9. UL Monroe 10. South Alabama 11. Troy

G 35 30 32 30 34 30 29 35 29 29 31

D-Reb 755 728 861 739 775 776 780 843 741 687 785

O-Reb 356 352 426 378 409 411 430 466 435 427 494

D-Reb Pct 0.680 0.674 0.669 0.662 0.655 0.654 0.645 0.644 0.630 0.617 0.614

STEALS ## Team 1. Troy 2. UL Lafayette 3. UT Arlington 4. Little Rock 5. Appalachian State 6. Georgia State 7. Arkansas State 8. South Alabama 9. Texas State 10. Georgia Southern 11. UL Monroe

G 31 35 30 34 30 30 35 29 32 29 29

Steals 375 371 271 291 248 245 266 210 224 200 170

Avg/G 12.10 10.60 9.03 8.56 8.27 8.17 7.60 7.24 7.00 6.90 5.86

OFFENSIVE REB PCT. ## Team 1. UL Monroe 2. UT Arlington 3. Troy 4. Georgia State 5. Little Rock 6. Appalachian State 7. Arkansas State 8. UL Lafayette 9. Texas State 10. South Alabama 11. Georgia Southern

G 29 30 31 30 34 30 35 35 32 29 29

O-Reb 389 416 538 402 407 416 439 481 433 309 307

D-Reb 630 679 917 688 734 755 805 942 914 738 819

O-Reb Pct 0.382 0.380 0.370 0.369 0.357 0.355 0.353 0.338 0.321 0.295 0.273

TURNOVER MARGIN ## Team 1. UL Lafayette 2. Little Rock 3. Troy 4. Arkansas State 5. UT Arlington 6. Texas State 7. Georgia State 8. Appalachian State 9. South Alabama 10. Georgia Southern 11. UL Monroe

G 35 34 31 35 30 32 30 30 29 29 29

TEAM 493 477 535 529 509 488 523 573 600 505 598

Avg 14.1 14.0 17.3 15.1 17.0 15.3 17.4 19.1 20.7 17.4 20.6

OPP 740 660 695 593 537 468 468 509 516 398 470

Avg 21.1 19.4 22.4 16.9 17.9 14.6 15.6 17.0 17.8 13.7 16.2

Margin +7.06 +5.38 +5.16 +1.83 +0.93 -0.62 -1.83 -2.13 -2.90 -3.69 -4.41

3-POINT FG MADE ## Team 1. Texas State 2. Georgia Southern 3. Georgia State 4. South Alabama 5. Troy 6. UT Arlington 7. Arkansas State 8. UL Lafayette 9. Little Rock 10. Appalachian State 11. UL Monroe

G 32 29 30 29 31 30 35 35 34 30 29

3FG 207 159 164 158 152 134 150 149 139 106 91

Avg/G 6.47 5.48 5.47 5.45 4.90 4.47 4.29 4.26 4.09 3.53 3.14

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Team G 1. Little Rock 34 2. Arkansas State 35 3. Troy 31 4. UT Arlington 30 5. Georgia State 30 6. UL Lafayette 35 7. Texas State 32 8. Georgia Southern 29 9. Appalachian State 30 10. UL Monroe 29 11. South Alabama 29

Asst 479 439 443 413 421 373 344 322 362 347 306

Avg 14.1 12.5 14.3 13.8 14.0 10.7 10.8 11.1 12.1 12.0 10.6

Turn 477 529 535 509 523 493 488 505 573 598 600

Avg 14.0 15.1 17.3 17.0 17.4 14.1 15.3 17.4 19.1 20.6 20.7

Ratio 1.00 0.83 0.83 0.81 0.80 0.76 0.70 0.64 0.63 0.58 0.51

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Troy 2. UT Arlington Appalachian State 4. UL Lafayette 5. Texas State 6. UL Monroe 7. Georgia State 8. Arkansas State 9. Little Rock 10. South Alabama 11. Georgia Southern

G 31 30 30 35 32 29 30 35 34 29 29

No. 538 416 416 481 433 389 402 439 407 309 307

Avg/G 17.35 13.87 13.87 13.74 13.53 13.41 13.40 12.54 11.97 10.66 10.59

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Texas State 2. Georgia Southern 3. Appalachian State 4. UL Monroe 5. Troy 6. Georgia State 7. UT Arlington 8. Arkansas State 9. South Alabama 10. Little Rock 11. UL Lafayette

G 32 29 30 29 31 30 30 35 29 34 35

No. 861 780 776 741 785 739 728 843 687 775 755

Avg/G 26.91 26.90 25.87 25.55 25.32 24.63 24.27 24.09 23.69 22.79 21.57

Sun Belt Conference - 59


CONFERENCE STATS SCORING OFFENSE ## Team 1. Troy 2. Arkansas State 3. Appalachian State 4. UALR 5. Georgia State 6. Texas State 7. UL Lafayette 8. UL Monroe 9. Georgia Southern 10. UT Arlington 11. South Alabama

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

W-L 15-5 16-4 9-11 18-2 8-12 11-9 10-10 8-12 2-18 11-9 2-18

Pts 1583 1477 1318 1315 1306 1270 1222 1214 1192 1144 1101

SCORING DEFENSE ## Team 1. UALR 2. UT Arlington 3. UL Lafayette 4. South Alabama 5. Texas State 6. Arkansas State 7. UL Monroe 8. Appalachian State 9. Georgia State 10. Georgia Southern 11. Troy

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Pts 957 1105 1218 1286 1298 1305 1337 1354 1367 1437 1478

Avg/G 47.8 55.2 60.9 64.3 64.9 65.2 66.8 67.7 68.3 71.8 73.9

SCORING MARGIN ## Team 1. UALR 2. Arkansas State 3. Troy 4. UT Arlington 5. UL Lafayette 6. Texas State 7. Appalachian State 8. Georgia State 9. UL Monroe 10. South Alabama 11. Georgia Southern

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

OFF 65.8 73.8 79.2 57.2 61.1 63.5 65.9 65.3 60.7 55.0 59.6

DEF 47.8 65.2 73.9 55.2 60.9 64.9 67.7 68.3 66.8 64.3 71.8

FREE THROW PCT ## Team 1. Georgia State 2. Troy 3. UL Monroe 4. Arkansas State 5. Appalachian State 6. UALR 7. Texas State 8. South Alabama 9. Georgia Southern 10. UT Arlington 11. UL Lafayette

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

FTM 241 266 325 302 258 260 239 215 186 202 247

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ## Team G 1. Arkansas State 20 2. UALR 20 3. Georgia State 20 4. Appalachian State 20 5. Troy 20 6. UT Arlington 20 7. Georgia Southern 20 8. UL Monroe 20 9. Texas State 20 10. South Alabama 20 11. UL Lafayette 20 FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. UALR 20 2. UT Arlington 20 3. UL Monroe 20 4. Texas State 20 5. South Alabama 20 6. Appalachian State 20 7. Troy 20 8. Arkansas State 20 9. Georgia Southern 20 10. Georgia State 20 11. UL Lafayette 20

3-POINT FG PCT ## Team 1. UALR 2. Arkansas State 3. Georgia State 4. Texas State 5. South Alabama 6. Troy 7. Appalachian State 8. Georgia Southern 9. UL Monroe 10. UT Arlington 11. UL Lafayette

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

FG 83 97 105 123 120 103 64 106 61 84 101

FGA 212 285 311 370 373 338 223 371 218 305 370

Pct .392 .340 .338 .332 .322 .305 .287 .286 .280 .275 .273

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. UALR 20 2. Appalachian State 20 3. Arkansas State 20 4. Texas State 20 5. UT Arlington 20 6. UL Lafayette 20 7. UL Monroe 20 8. Georgia Southern 20 9. Troy 20 10. Georgia State 20 11. South Alabama 20

FG 48 92 85 98 84 71 123 97 131 130 88

FGA 204 324 284 327 274 227 389 302 401 387 257

Pct .235 .284 .299 .300 .307 .313 .316 .321 .327 .336 .342

Margin +17.9 +8.6 +5.2 +2.0 +0.2 -1.4 -1.8 -3.0 -6.1 -9.3 -12.2

REBOUNDING OFFENSE ## Team 1. Troy 2. Appalachian State 3. Texas State 4. UL Monroe 5. Arkansas State 6. UT Arlington 7. Georgia State 8. UL Lafayette UALR 10. Georgia Southern 11. South Alabama

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Reb 860 815 811 798 752 744 741 729 729 719 703

Avg/G 43.0 40.8 40.5 39.9 37.6 37.2 37.0 36.5 36.5 36.0 35.2

FTA 325 368 451 427 369 386 358 323 281 325 400

Pct .742 .723 .721 .707 .699 .674 .668 .666 .662 .622 .618

REBOUNDING DEFENSE ## Team 1. UALR 2. UT Arlington 3. Georgia State 4. Arkansas State 5. UL Monroe 6. Appalachian State 7. UL Lafayette 8. South Alabama 9. Texas State 10. Georgia Southern 11. Troy

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Reb 647 673 694 737 740 743 780 791 824 866 906

Avg/G 32.3 33.7 34.7 36.8 37.0 37.2 39.0 39.5 41.2 43.3 45.3

FG 539 486 480 498 607 429 450 414 454 383 437

FGA 1194 1079 1152 1213 1479 1086 1163 1080 1214 1037 1239

Pct .451 .450 .417 .411 .410 .395 .387 .383 .374 .369 .353

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team 1. UALR 2. Appalachian State 3. UT Arlington 4. UL Monroe 5. Georgia State 6. Arkansas State 7. Texas State 8. Troy 9. UL Lafayette 10. South Alabama 11. Georgia Southern

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

TEAM 729 815 744 798 741 752 811 860 729 703 719

Avg 36.5 40.8 37.2 39.9 37.0 37.6 40.5 43.0 36.5 35.2 36.0

FG 359 376 481 488 468 485 541 516 538 489 436

FGA 1022 1024 1239 1249 1181 1189 1324 1249 1294 1168 997

Pct .351 .367 .388 .391 .396 .408 .409 .413 .416 .419 .437

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Team 1. Appalachian State 2. UT Arlington 3. South Alabama 4. Troy 5. UL Monroe 6. Georgia Southern 7. Texas State 8. UALR 9. Georgia State 10. Arkansas State 11. UL Lafayette

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Blocks 92 88 85 79 75 70 65 60 45 43 19

Avg/G 4.60 4.40 4.25 3.95 3.75 3.50 3.25 3.00 2.25 2.15 0.95

60 - Sun Belt Conference

Avg/G 79.2 73.8 65.9 65.8 65.3 63.5 61.1 60.7 59.6 57.2 55.0

OPP 647 743 673 740 694 737 824 906 780 791 866

Avg 32.3 37.2 33.7 37.0 34.7 36.8 41.2 45.3 39.0 39.5 43.3

Margin +4.1 +3.6 +3.5 +2.9 +2.3 +0.8 -0.7 -2.3 -2.5 -4.4 -7.3


CONFERENCE STATS ASSISTS ## Team 1. Troy 2. Georgia State 3. UALR 4. Arkansas State 5. UT Arlington 6. Appalachian State 7. UL Monroe 8. UL Lafayette 9. Texas State 10. Georgia Southern 11. South Alabama

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Assists 289 285 281 276 269 237 223 220 217 216 208

Avg/G 14.45 14.25 14.05 13.80 13.45 11.85 11.15 11.00 10.85 10.80 10.40

DEFENSIVE REB PCT. ## Team 1. UL Lafayette 2. UALR 3. UT Arlington 4. Appalachian State 5. Georgia State 6. Texas State 7. UL Monroe 8. Arkansas State 9. Georgia Southern 10. South Alabama 11. Troy

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

D-Reb 430 486 472 524 480 537 530 488 518 498 511

O-Reb 199 232 233 259 244 274 291 280 300 289 326

D-Reb Pct 0.684 0.677 0.670 0.669 0.663 0.662 0.646 0.635 0.633 0.633 0.611

STEALS ## Team 1. Troy 2. UL Lafayette 3. Appalachian State 4. Georgia State 5. UALR 6. UT Arlington 7. Arkansas State 8. Texas State 9. South Alabama 10. Georgia Southern 11. UL Monroe

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Steals 248 212 165 163 161 157 144 139 135 134 103

Avg/G 12.40 10.60 8.25 8.15 8.05 7.85 7.20 6.95 6.75 6.70 5.15

OFFENSIVE REB PCT. ## Team 1. UT Arlington 2. Troy 3. Appalachian State 4. UL Monroe 5. UALR 6. Georgia State 7. Arkansas State 8. UL Lafayette 9. Texas State 10. South Alabama 11. Georgia Southern

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

O-Reb 272 349 291 268 243 261 264 299 274 205 201

D-Reb 440 580 484 449 415 450 457 581 550 502 566

O-Reb Pct 0.382 0.376 0.375 0.374 0.369 0.367 0.366 0.340 0.333 0.290 0.262

TURNOVER MARGIN ## Team 1. UL Lafayette 2. Troy 3. UALR 4. Arkansas State 5. Texas State 6. UT Arlington 7. Appalachian State 8. Georgia State 9. Georgia Southern 10. South Alabama 11. UL Monroe

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

TEAM 282 327 280 292 303 356 368 359 344 410 406

Avg 14.1 16.4 14.0 14.6 15.2 17.8 18.4 18.0 17.2 20.5 20.3

OPP 432 450 375 324 290 340 320 305 270 323 298

Avg 21.6 22.5 18.8 16.2 14.5 17.0 16.0 15.3 13.5 16.2 14.9

Margin +7.50 +6.15 +4.75 +1.60 -0.65 -0.80 -2.40 -2.70 -3.70 -4.35 -5.40

3-POINT FG MADE ## Team 1. Texas State 2. South Alabama 3. Georgia Southern 4. Georgia State 5. Troy 6. UL Lafayette 7. Arkansas State 8. UT Arlington 9. UALR 10. Appalachian State 11. UL Monroe

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

3FG 123 120 106 105 103 101 97 84 83 64 61

Avg/G 6.15 6.00 5.30 5.25 5.15 5.05 4.85 4.20 4.15 3.20 3.05

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Team G 1. UALR 20 2. Arkansas State 20 3. Troy 20 4. Georgia State 20 5. UL Lafayette 20 6. UT Arlington 20 7. Texas State 20 8. Appalachian State 20 9. Georgia Southern 20 10. UL Monroe 20 11. South Alabama 20

Asst 281 276 289 285 220 269 217 237 216 223 208

Avg 14.1 13.8 14.5 14.3 11.0 13.5 10.9 11.9 10.8 11.2 10.4

Turn 280 292 327 359 282 356 303 368 344 406 410

Avg 14.0 14.6 16.4 18.0 14.1 17.8 15.2 18.4 17.2 20.3 20.5

Ratio 1.00 0.95 0.88 0.79 0.78 0.76 0.72 0.64 0.63 0.55 0.51

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Troy 2. UL Lafayette 3. Appalachian State 4. Texas State 5. UT Arlington 6. UL Monroe 7. Arkansas State 8. Georgia State 9. UALR 10. South Alabama 11. Georgia Southern

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

No. 349 299 291 274 272 268 264 261 243 205 201

Avg/G 17.45 14.95 14.55 13.70 13.60 13.40 13.20 13.05 12.15 10.25 10.05

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Texas State 2. UL Monroe 3. Appalachian State 4. Georgia Southern 5. Troy 6. South Alabama 7. Arkansas State 8. UALR 9. Georgia State 10. UT Arlington 11. UL Lafayette

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

No. 537 530 524 518 511 498 488 486 480 472 430

Avg/G 26.85 26.50 26.20 25.90 25.55 24.90 24.40 24.30 24.00 23.60 21.50

Sun Belt Conference - 61


OVERALL LEADERS SCORING

FREE THROW PCT (MIN. 2.0 MADE PER GAME)

## Player-Team

G

FG

3FG

FT

Pts

Avg/G

## Player-Team

G

FTM FTA

Pct

1. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

35

238

33

162

671

19.2

1. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

26

126

149

.846

2. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 31

200

39

106

545

17.6

2. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 31

106

128

.828

3. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

26

158

14

126

456

17.5

3. Hall, Breanna-USA

27

82

100

.820

4. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

31

207

13

58

485

15.6

4. Qedan, Hanna-ASU

34

74

91

.813

5. Gault, Taylor-LR

34

194

48

94

530

15.6

5. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 29

101

126

.802

6. Hall, Breanna-USA

27

135

64

82

416

15.4

6. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

162

207

.783

35

7. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 29

167

0

101

435

15.0

7. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 34

78

100

.780

8. Veal, Keke-UL-L

34

185

31

106

507

14.9

8. Mallow, Katie-APP

26

53

68

.779

9. Peoples, Erin-TXST

30

158

5

83

404

13.5

9. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

32

66

85

.776

10. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

34

145

73

91

454

13.4

10. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

34

91

118

.771

## Player-Team

G

OFF DEF

TOT

Avg/G

## Player-Team

G

Stls Avg/G

1. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

31

129

344

11.1

1. Wilridge, Kia-UL-L

35

100

81 2.70

REBOUNDING

STEALS 215

2.86

2. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

30

115

194

309

10.3

2. Johnson,Cierra-UTA

30

3. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

26

76

154

230

8.8

3. Andrews, Alisha-GSU

23

58

2.52

4. Logan, Brittany-GSU

29

83

149

232

8.0

4. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

31

73

2.35

5. Ellis, Chyna-USA

28

81

137

218

7.8

5. Veal, Keke-UL-L

34

78

2.29

6. Mays, Kileah-TXST

32

95

149

244

7.6

6. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 31

71

2.29

7. Peoples, Erin-TXST

30

64

147

211

7.0

7. Daniels, Marquita-USA 28

53

1.89

8. James, Shanity-LR

33

96

133

229

6.9

8. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

34

64

1.88

9. Hunt, Jasmine-ASU

35

95

131

226

6.5

9. Peoples, Erin-TXST

30

56

1.87

10. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 29

73

113

186

6.4

10. Green,LaShanda-UTA

30

55

1.83

FIELD GOAL PCT (MIN. 3.0 MADE PER GAME) ## Player-Team

G

FG

FGA

3-POINT FG PCT (MIN. 1.0 MADE PER GAME) Pct

## Player-Team

G

3FG FGA

Pct .408

1. Logan, Brittany-GSU

29

113

205

.551

1. Hall, Breanna-USA

27

64

157

2. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

30

166

308

.539

2. Ponder, Makeba-GSU

28

69

171

.404

3. Hunt, Jasmine-ASU

35

147

283

.519

3. Gault, Taylor-LR

34

48

122

.393

4. James, Shanity-LR

33

137

267

.513

4. Braeuer, Meghan-TXST 32

66

172

.384

5. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 29

167

330

.506

5. Dawn, Alexius-LR

34

76

209

.364

6. Butler, Patrice-GS

27

131

271

.483

32

60

165

.364

7. Hunter, Alayshia-ULM

29

107

224

.478

7. Sams, Alexis-GS

29

37

109

8. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

31

207

440

.470

8. Green,LaShanda-UTA 30

9. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

26

158

337

.469

9. Qedan, Hanna-ASU

10. Brown-Haywood, K-ASU 35

157

335

.469

ASSISTS ## Player-Team

Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

.336

34

45

135

.333

Daniels, Marquita-USA 28

32

96

.333

3-POINT FG MADE G

Assts Avg/G

## Player-Team

G

3FG Avg/G

1. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 34

174

5.12

1. Ponder, Makeba-GSU

28

69

2.46

2. Andrews, Alisha-GSU

23

117

5.09

2. Hall, Breanna-USA

27

64

2.37

3. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

35

171

4.89

3. Dawn, Alexius-LR

34

76

2.24

4. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

32

112

3.50

4. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

34

73

2.15

5. Dawn, Alexius-LR

34

117

3.44

5. Braeuer, Meghan-TXST 32

66

2.06

60

1.88

6. Green,LaShanda-UTA 30

100 3.33

6. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

7. Veal, Keke-UL-L

34

113

3.32

7. Green,LaShanda-UTA 30

32

8. Watson, Ashley-GSU

44 1.47

30

98

3.27

8. Mallow, Katie-APP

26

37

1.42

9. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 31

86

2.77

9. Gault, Taylor-LR

34

48

1.41

10. Williams, Chaun-UTA

30

76

2.53

10. Andrews, Alisha-GSU

23

31

1.35

30

76

2.53

Jones, Joi-APP

62 - Sun Belt Conference

.339

44 131


OVERALL LEADERS BLOCKED SHOTS

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team

G

Blks Avg/G

## Player-Team

G

No. Avg/G

1. Ellis, Chyna-USA

28

56

2.00

1. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

31

215

6.94

2. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 29

54

1.86

2. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

30

194

6.47 5.92

3. Bassett-Smith, A.-APP 30

53

1.77

3. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

26

154

4. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

30

52

1.73

4. Logan, Brittany-GSU

29

149

5.14

5. Jones, Briana-GS

27

38

1.41

5. Peoples, Erin-TXST

30

147

4.90

6. Emerson, Kristen-TROY 28

37

1.32

6. Ellis, Chyna-USA

28

137

4.89 4.66

7. Hunter, Alayshia-ULM

29

35

1.21

7. Mays, Kileah-TXST

32

149

8. Mays, Kileah-TXST

32

34

1.06

8. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 34

152

4.47

9. Ford,Artavia-UTA

26

26 1.00

9. Brown-Haywood, K-ASU 35

146

4.17

10. Cooper, KeKe-APP

30

28

10. Knight, Anna Claire-GS 29

117

4.03

0.93

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (MIN. 3.0 ASSISTS/GAME)

MINUTES PLAYED

## Player-Team

G

Asst Avg

Turn

Avg

Ratio

## Player-Team

G

Min Avg/G

1. Andrews, Alisha-GSU

23

117

52

2.3

2.25

1. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

35

1332 38.06

5.1

2. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 34

174

5.1

93

2.7

1.87

2. Green,LaShanda-UTA 30

1039 34.63

3. Dawn, Alexius-LR

34

117

3.4

64

1.9

1.83

3. Braeuer, Meghan-TXST 32

1099 34.34

4. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

35

171

4.9

110

3.1

1.55

4. Dawn, Alexius-LR

34

1158 34.06

5. Watson, Ashley-GSU

30

98

3.3

68

2.3

1.44

5. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

32

1088 34.00

26

6. Green,LaShanda-UTA 30

100 3.3

75

2.5 1.33

6. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

7. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

32

112

3.5

91

2.8

1.23

7. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 34

1132 33.29

8. Veal, Keke-UL-L

34

113

3.3

113

3.3

1.00

8. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

34

1108 32.59

9. Peoples, Erin-TXST

30

958

10. Wilridge, Kia-UL-L

35

1117 31.91

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team

G

No. Avg/G

1. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

31

129

4.16

2. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

30

115

3.83 2.97

3. Mays, Kileah-TXST

32

95

4. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

26

76

2.92

5. James, Shanity-LR

33

96

2.91

6. Ellis, Chyna-USA

28

81

2.89 2.86

7. Logan, Brittany-GSU

29

83

8. Hunt, Jasmine-ASU

35

95

2.71

9. Gray, Christina-ULM

24

61

2.54

10. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 29

73

2.52

876

33.69

31.93

Sun Belt Conference - 63


CONFERENCE LEADERS SCORING ## Player-Team

FREE THROW PCT (MIN. 2.0 MADE PER GAME) G

FG

3FG

FT

Pts

Avg/G

## Player-Team

FTM FTA

Pct

1. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 20

142

31

80

395

19.8

1. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 20

80

95

.842

2. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

134

22

91

381

19.1

2. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 20

79

95

.832

20

G

3. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

16

97

8

71

273

17.1

3. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

16

71

86

.826

4. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

20

137

8

43

325

16.3

4. Hall, Breanna-USA

19

55

68

.809

5. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 20

122

0

79

323

16.2

5. Qedan, Hanna-ASU

19

46

57

.807

6. Gault, Taylor-LR

115

31

57

318

15.9

6. Tieuel, Chelsea-ULM

20

49

62

.790

20

7. Hall, Breanna-USA

19

88

44

55

275

14.5

7. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

20

91

116

.784

8. Veal, Keke-UL-L

20

103

18

62

286

14.3

8. Logan, Brittany-GSU

19

59

76

.776

9. Peoples, Erin-TXST

20

107

3

59

276

13.8

9. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

20

43

56

.768

10. Butler, Patrice-GS

20

108

16

43

275

13.8

10. Gault, Taylor-LR

20

57

75

.760

## Player-Team

G

OFF DEF

TOT

Avg/G

## Player-Team

G

Stls Avg/G

1. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

20

93

233

11.7

1. Wilridge, Kia-UL-L

20

58

REBOUNDING

STEALS 140

2.90

2. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

20

79

118

197

9.9

2. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

20

54

2.70

3. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

16

46

103

149

9.3

3. Andrews, Alisha-GSU

17

44

2.59 2.45

4. Ellis, Chyna-USA

19

56

101

157

8.3

4. Veal, Keke-UL-L

20

49

5. James, Shanity-LR

19

59

91

150

7.9

5. Johnson,Cierra-UTA

20

47 2.35

6. Mays, Kileah-TXST

20

58

91

149

7.5

6. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 20

46

2.30

7. Hunt, Jasmine-ASU

20

65

81

146

7.3

7. Daniels, Marquita-USA 20

44

2.20

8. Peoples, Erin-TXST

20

48

96

144

7.2

8. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

20

39

1.95

9. Logan, Brittany-GSU

19

54

80

134

7.1

9. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

20

35

1.75

10. Chase, Daja-ULM

20

51

81

132

6.6

Peoples, Erin-TXST

20

35

1.75

Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 20

35

1.75

FIELD GOAL PCT (MIN. 3.0 MADE PER GAME) ## Player-Team

G

FG

FGA

Pct

3-POINT FG PCT (MIN. 1.0 MADE PER GAME)

1. Nichols, Kennesha-GSU 20

67

122

.549

## Player-Team

G

3FG FGA

2. Logan, Brittany-GSU

19

67

124

.540

1. Deer, Taeler-TXST

19

20

43

Pct .465

3. Hunt, Jasmine-ASU

20

94

175

.537

2. Gault, Taylor-LR

20

31

74

.419

4. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

20

110

205

.537

3. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 20

31

80

.388

5. James, Shanity-LR

19

88

169

.521

4. Hall, Breanna-USA

19

44

114

.386

6. Johnson,Cierra-UTA

20

65 133

.489

5. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

20

42

113

.372

7. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 20

122

250

.488

6. Green,LaShanda-UTA 20

33 89

.371

8. Brown-Haywood, K-ASU 20

99

203

.488

7. Dawn, Alexius-LR

20

44

119

.370

9. Butler, Patrice-GS

20

108

223

.484

8. Ponder, Makeba-GSU

18

42

115

.365

10. Hunter, Alayshia-ULM

20

71

150

.473

9. Brown-Haywood, K-ASU 20

23

63

.365

10. Qedan, Hanna-ASU

19

31

87

.356

3FG Avg/G

ASSISTS Assts Avg/G

3-POINT FG MADE

1. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 20

## Player-Team

G

114

5.70

## Player-Team

G

2. Andrews, Alisha-GSU

17

96

5.65

1. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

20

47

2.35

3. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

20

112

5.60

2. Ponder, Makeba-GSU

18

42

2.33

4. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

20

74

3.70

3. Hall, Breanna-USA

19

44

2.32

5. Dawn, Alexius-LR

20

73

3.65

4. Dawn, Alexius-LR

20

44

2.20

6. Veal, Keke-UL-L

20

66

3.30

5. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

20

42

2.10

7. Watson, Ashley-GSU

20

61

3.05

6. Green,LaShanda-UTA 20

33 1.65

8. Green,LaShanda-UTA 20

58 2.90

7. Qedan, Hanna-ASU

19

31

1.63

20

58

2.90

8. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 20

31

1.55

10. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 20

53

2.65

20

31

1.55

10. Daniels, Marquita-USA 20

30

1.50

Williams, Chaun-UTA

64 - Sun Belt Conference

Gault, Taylor-LR


CONFERENCE LEADERS BLOCKED SHOTS

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team

G

Blks Avg/G

## Player-Team

G

No. Avg/G

1. Ellis, Chyna-USA

19

43

2.26

1. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

20

140

7.00

2. Bassett-Smith, A.-APP 20

45

2.25

2. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

16

103

6.44 5.90

3. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 20

41

2.05

3. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

20

118

4. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

20

39

1.95

4. Ellis, Chyna-USA

19

101

5.32

5. Jones, Briana-GS

18

28

1.56

5. Peoples, Erin-TXST

20

96

4.80

6. Emerson, Kristen-TROY 20

27

1.35

6. James, Shanity-LR

19

91

4.79 4.75

7. Cooper, KeKe-APP

20

21

1.05

7. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 20

95

8. Hunter, Alayshia-ULM

20

19

0.95

8. Mays, Kileah-TXST

20

91

4.55

9. James, Shanity-LR

19

18

0.95

9. Butler, Patrice-GS

20

87

4.35

10. Jeffcoat, Jac.-TXST

20

17

0.85

10. Knight, Anna Claire-GS 20

86

4.30

20

17

0.85

Mays, Kileah-TXST

MINUTES PLAYED ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (MIN. 3.0 ASSISTS/GAME) ## Player-Team

G

Asst Avg

Turn

Avg

## Player-Team

G

Min Avg/G

Ratio

1. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

20

768

38.40

20

706

35.30

1. Andrews, Alisha-GSU

17

96

5.6

38

2.2

2.53

2. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

2. Gamble, Aundrea-ASU

20

112

5.6

51

2.6

2.20

3. Green,LaShanda-UTA 20

688 34.40

3. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 20

114

5.7

54

2.7

2.11

4. Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia-LR 20

685

34.25

4. Dawn, Alexius-LR

73

3.7

37

1.9

1.97

5. Dawn, Alexius-LR

20

684

34.20 33.65

20

5. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST

20

74

3.7

55

2.8

1.35

6. Braeuer, Meghan-TXST 20

673

6. Watson, Ashley-GSU

20

61

3.1

50

2.5

1.22

7. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

16

531

33.19

7. Veal, Keke-UL-L

20

66

3.3

68

3.4

0.97

8. Gordon, Jaylyn-UL-L

20

663

33.15

9. Knight, Anna Claire-GS 20

659

32.95

10. Gault, Taylor-LR

657

32.85

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team

G

No. Avg/G

1. Garrett, Ronita-TROY

20

93

4.65

2. Dijk,Rebekah Van-UTA

20

79

3.95

3. Hunt, Jasmine-ASU

20

65

3.25

4. James, Shanity-LR

19

59

3.11

5. Ellis, Chyna-USA

19

56

2.95

6. Mays, Kileah-TXST

20

58

2.90 2.88

7. Sydnor, Maryah-APP

16

46

8. Logan, Brittany-GSU

19

54

2.84

9. Hunter, Alayshia-ULM

20

52

2.60

10. Fields, Simone-UL-L

20

51

2.55

20

51

2.55

Chase, Daja-ULM

20

Sun Belt Conference - 65


HIGHS TEAM HIGHS - ALL GAMES

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER GAME HIGHS - ALL GAMES

POINTS 108........................................................................... Troy at Appalachian State (02/07/15) 101...........................................................Georgia State vs Thomas University (11/24/14)

POINTS 46.................................................Beverly-Kelley, A. (Troy) at Georgia Southern (02/19/15) 37.........................................Daniels, Marquita (South Alabama) vs Georgia State (2/7/15)

MARGIN 58 (90-32)................................................UT Arlington vs Missouri Valley Col. (11/14/14) 57 (82-25).................................................................UT Arlington vs McMurry (12/17/14)

FIELD GOALS MADE 16.................................................Beverly-Kelley, A. (Troy) at Georgia Southern (02/19/15) 13.................................................... Garrett, Ronita (Troy) at Appalachian State (02/07/15) 13.........................................Daniels, Marquita (South Alabama) vs Georgia State (2/7/15) 13...............................Daniels, Marquita (South Alabama) at Georgia Southern (02/21/15) 13........................................................ Daniels, Marquita (South Alabama) vs Troy (3/7/15) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 31.................................................Beverly-Kelley, A. (Troy) at Georgia Southern (02/19/15) 27................................................Gamble, Aundrea (Arkansas State) at Kansas (12/14/14) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1.000 (11-11).......................................... Keys, Keanna (LR) vs Georgia Southern (2/14/15) 1.000 (8-8)..............................Hunt, Jasmine (Arkansas State) vs UL Lafayette (03/06/15)

FIELD GOALS MADE 44............................................................................. Troy at Appalachian State (02/07/15) 38.......................................................................................Troy at Georgia State (1/10/15) 38.............................................................................. Troy at Georgia Southern (02/19/15) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 99.............................................................................. Troy at Georgia Southern (02/19/15) 94..............................................................................Troy vs Georgia Southern (01/17/15) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .622 (23-37)............................................................... Little Rock at UL Lafayette (3/5/15) .596 (31-52)................................................. Arkansas State at Missouri State (12/19/14) 3-PT FG MADE 13..............................................................................Georgia Southern vs Troy (02/19/15) 12....................................................................................Texas State vs Lamar (11/25/14) 12..............................................................................UT Arlington vs McMurry (12/17/14) 12...................................................................Georgia Southern at Georgia State (3/7/15)

3-PT FG MADE 7........................................... Ponder, Makeba (Georgia State) at Morehead State (12/7/14) 7.................................................... Gordon, Jaylyn (UL Lafayette) at UL Monroe (02/12/15) 3-PT FG ATTEMPTS 15............................................................. Gordon, Jaylyn (UL Lafayette) vs Troy (01/03/15) 15............................................................Ponder, Makeba (Georgia State) vs Troy (1/10/15)

3-PT FG ATTEMPTS 34..............................................................................Georgia Southern vs Troy (02/19/15) 30...................................................................................... UT Arlington at Troy (01/05/15)

3-PT PERCENTAGE .857 (6-7)...........................................Coleman, Kourtney (Troy) at Georgia State (1/10/15) .778 (7-9)............................. Ponder, Makeba (Georgia State) at Morehead State (12/7/14)

3-PT PERCENTAGE 1.000 (6-6)...........................................................Arkansas State vs Little Rock (1/29/15) .700 (7-10)................................................Georgia Southern at South Alabama (1/10/15) .700 (7-10)....................................................................Little Rock vs UL Monroe (2/5/15) .700 (7-10)................................................................. Little Rock at UL Lafayette (3/5/15)

FREE THROWS MADE 13.............................. Gamble, Aundrea (Arkansas State) vs Florida Gulf Coast (12/22/14) 13.............................................. Brooks, Sharnice (UL Monroe) vs UL Lafayette (02/12/15) 13................................................ Brooks, Sharnice (UL Monroe) vs Texas State (03/07/15)

FREE THROWS MADE 32.............................................................................UL Monroe vs Texas State (03/07/15) 28.......................................................................Arkansas State at UL Monroe (01/05/15) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 43.............................................................................UL Monroe vs Texas State (03/07/15) 36..................................................................Arkansas State vs Jackson State (11/14/14) 36.......................................................................Arkansas State at UL Monroe (01/05/15) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (5-5)............................................................Texas State vs Oral Roberts (03/18/15) .952 (20-21).......................................................UL Monroe vs McNeese State (12/13/14) REBOUNDS 64.................................................................Georgia Southern vs Toccoa Falls (11/29/14) 60.............................................................................. Troy at Georgia Southern (02/19/15) ASSISTS 29............................................................................. Troy at Appalachian State (02/07/15) 25..................................................................... UL Monroe vs LSU-Alexandria (12/16/14) 25..............................................................................UT Arlington vs McMurry (12/17/14) STEALS 23........................................................................................ Troy vs UL Monroe (01/29/15) 22...................................................................................Troy vs Alabama State (12/13/14) BLOCKED SHOTS 11......................................................................................Troy vs UT Arlington (01/05/15) 10...............................................................................UT Arlington vs UL Monroe (1/8/15) 10....................................................... Appalachian State at Georgia Southern (01/29/15) TURNOVERS 39.........................................................................................UL Monroe at Troy (01/29/15) 32........................................................................ Georgia Southern at Georgia (11/25/14) 32....................................................................UL Monroe at Mississippi State (11-25-14) FOULS 32............................................................................. Texas State at UL Monroe (03/07/15) 30.............................................................Arkansas State at Mississippi State (11-16-14) 30...........................................................................UL Lafayette at UL Monroe (02/12/15)

66 - Sun Belt Conference

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 16..................................................Beverly-Kelley, A. (Troy) vs Appalachian State (1/19/15) 15............................................. Gamble, Aundrea (Arkansas State) at Colorado (11/22/14) 15........................................... Hunt, Jasmine (Arkansas State) vs South Alabama (3/5/14) 15................................................ Brooks, Sharnice (UL Monroe) vs Texas State (03/07/15) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (13-13)............. Gamble, Aundrea (Arkansas State) vs Florida Gulf Coast (12/22/14) 1.000 (13-13)............................. Brooks, Sharnice (UL Monroe) vs UL Lafayette (02/12/15) 1.000 (11-11)......................... Butler, Patrice (Georgia Southern) vs Texas State (01/03/15) 1.000 (10-10)..................... Kirkland, Sierra (Georgia Southern) vs Toccoa Falls (11/29/14) 1.000 (10-10)................................... Logan, Brittany (Georgia State) vs La Salle (12/20/14) 1.000 (10-10).................... Brooks, Sharnice (UL Monroe) vs Appalachian State (02/14/15) 1.000 (9-9)...................................Beverly-Kelley, A. (Troy) at Georgia Southern (02/19/15) 1.000 (8-8)........................................................Gault, Taylor (LR) at UL Monroe (01/17/15) 1.000 (8-8).................................. Wilridge, Kia (UL Lafayette) vs Arkansas State (1/22/15) 1.000 (8-8)......................................Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia (LR) at Arkansas State (1/29/15) 1.000 (8-8).............................................. Green,LaShanda (UT Arlington) vs Troy (1/31/15) 1.000 (8-8)..........................Hunter, Alayshia (UL Monroe) at Georgia Southern (02/07/15) REBOUNDS 19............................................................. Garrett, Ronita (Troy) vs UL Lafayette (02/14/15) 18.........................................................Garrett, Ronita (Troy) vs Arkansas State (01/24/15) ASSISTS 13...............................................Andrews, Alisha (Georgia State) at UL Monroe (03/05/15) 12...............................................Cobbins, Ka’Nesheia (LR) vs Appalachian State (1/10/15) STEALS 8............................................Wilridge, Kia (UL Lafayette) vs Sam Houston State (12/6/14) 7........................................ Johnson,Cierra (UT Arlington) vs Northern Arizona (11/26/14) 7..........................................Williams, Chaun (UT Arlington) at Appalachian State (3/7/15) BLOCKED SHOTS 7............................................................ Ford,Artavia (UT Arlington) vs UL Monroe (1/8/15) 7............................Bassett-Smith, A. (Appalachian State) at Georgia Southern (01/29/15) TURNOVERS 11................................................................Davis, Aundrea (UL Monroe) at Troy (01/29/15) 10................................Gamble, Aundrea (Arkansas State) at Mississippi State (11-16-14)


LEADERS SCORING PLAYER, TEAM 1. Crystal Kelly, WKU 2. Adrian Vickers, USA 3. Kelly Lyons, ODU 4. Chastity Reed, LR 5. Jerica Coley, FIU 6. Orphie Moore, USA 7. Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU 8. Adrianne Davie, ASU 9. Taylor Gault, LR 10. Vickie Johnson, TECH 11. Chrissy Givens, MT 12. Kristin Wilson, UNCC 13. Patrice Holmes, MT 14. Leslie Logsdon, WKU 15. Julie Hagood, ASU 16. Amanda Wilson, TECH 17. Gergana Slavtcheva, FIU 18. Tamicha Jackson, TECH 19. Wanda Guyton, USF 20. ShaRae Mansfield, WKU 21. Kami Thomas, WKU 22. Tandreia Green, WKU 23. Lillie Mason, WKU 24. Clemette Haskins, WKU 25. Alysha Clark, MT

YEARS 2005-08 1986-90 1986-90 2007-11 2010-12 1983-87 2003-06 2003-07 2011-15 1992-96 2004-07 1983-87 2002-05 2002-05 1996-00 1995-99 1998-02 1996-00 1984-89 1997-01 1982-86 1986-90 1983-86 1983-87 2008-10

POINTS 2,803 2,285 2,224 2,207 2,135 2,118 2,028 1,978 1,973 1,960 1,915 1,905 1,891 1,854 1,840 1,832 1,823 1,822 1,820 1,804 1,796 1,781 1,774 1,762 1,756

REBOUNDS PLAYER, TEAM 1. Adrian Vickers, USA 2. Kristin Wilson, UNCC 3. Crystal Kelly, WKU 4. Arnika Brown, WKU 5. Adrianne Davie, ASU 6. Orphie Moore, USA 7. Wanda Guyton, USF 8. Ebony Rowe, MT 9. Kelly Lyons, ODU 10. ShaRae Mansfield, WKU 11. Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU 12. Amanda Wilson, TECH 13. Shay Scott, ASU 14. LaSandra Jenkins, USA 15. Racquel Spurlock, TECH 16. Jolie McKiernan, ASU 17. Chanta Powell, USA 18. Chastity Reed, LR 19. Lasma Jekabsone, FIU 20. Donna Harrington, ODU 21. Shea Lunsford, WKU 22. Vickie Johnson, TECH 23. Annette Williams, USA 24. Cormisha Cotton, FIU 24. Tandreia Green, WKU 26. Dina Jones, USA

BLOCKS PLAYER, TEAM 1. Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver 2. Vasso Beskaki, UNO 3. Tandreia Green, WKU 3. Racquel Spurlock, TECH 5. LaSandra Jenkins, USA 6. Anne Donovan, ODU 7. Lillie Mason, WKU 8. Ayana Walker, Tech 8. Anna Petrakova, UL-L 10. Genevieve Delk, USA 11. Kelly Lyons, ODU 12. Adrian Vickers, USA 13. Andrea Williams, UNO 14. Sarah Richey, UL-L 15. Joevone Markey, UNO 16. LaShawn Brown, TECH 17. Talishia Young, UNO 18. Jessica Dunham, UNO 19. Jerica Coley, FIU 20. Cormisha Cotton, FIU 21. Orphie Moore, USA 22. Michaela Pavlickova, Denver 23. ShaRae Mansfield, WKU 24. Chanta Powell, USA 24. Sheri Williams, UNCC 24. Adrianne Davie, ASU

YEARS 2008-12 1995-99 1986-90 1992-96 1982-85 1982-83 1983-86 1998-01 2001-05 2001-05 1986-90 1986-90 2004-08 2000-03 2001-05 1991-95 2005-10 1998-02 2010-12 1999-03 1983-87 1999-01 1997-01 1988-92 1983-88 2003-07

BLOCKS 279 248 215 215 210 207 202 188 188 183 179 178 169 163 160 153 152 145 144 142 137 134 133 132 132 132

YEARS 1986-90 1983-87 2005-08 2008-11 2003-07 1983-87 1984-89 2010-12 1986-90 1997-01 2003-06 1995-99 2007-11 1982-85 1992-96 1999-03 1988-92 2007-11 2003-07 1984-87 1995-99 1992-96 1982-86 1999-03 1986-90 1991-95

REBOUNDS 1,364 1,305 1,258 1,184 1,147 1,116 1,077 1,014 1,008 1,000 995 993 958 936 916 905 900 896 892 884 883 881 876 875 875 874

STEALS PLAYER, TEAM 1. Tamicha Jackson, TECH 2. Patrice Holmes, MT 3. Crystal Tausan, ASU 3. Amanda Wilson, TECH 5. Chelsia Lymon, MT 6. Chrissy Givens, MT 7. Clemette Haskins, WKU 8. Rhonda Jackson, VCU 9. Kaola Harris, USA 10. Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU 10. Adrian Vickers, USA 12. Tracy Claxton, ODU 13. Keisha McClinic, MT 14. Kim Sitzmann, LR 15. Chastity Reed, LR 15. Denise Adams, USA 15. Sonja Tate, ASU 18. Brenda Smith, VCU 18. Kendra Neal, TECH 20. Princess Moore, NMSU 21. Tyesha Lowery, Denver 21. Rudy Sims, ASU 23. Erika Bobo, UNT 24. NeNe Hurst, ASU 25. Julie Hagood, ASU

YEARS 1996-00 2001-05 1992-96 1995-99 2007-10 2003-07 1983-87 1986-89 1983-87 2003-06 1986-90 1982-85 2001-04 2006-10 2007-11 1983-87 1991-93 1985-87 1992-96 2000-04 2001-07 2003-07 2002-06 2008-12 1996-00

STEALS 361 338 303 303 297 290 285 276 268 257 257 249 246 243 239 239 239 237 237 230 229 229 224 222 220

ASSISTS PLAYER, TEAM 1. Clemette Haskins, WKU 2. Amy McNear, WKU 3. Ivelina Vrancheva, FIU 4. Stephanie Richardson, USA 5. LaQuan Stallworth, TECH 6. Asriel Rolfe, LR 7. Rudy Sims, ASU 8. Annette Williams, USA 9. Kendra Neal, TECH 10. Marie Christian, ODU 11. Camryn Whitaker, WKU 12. Anita Heller, FIU 13. Denise Adams, USA 14. Kaola Harris, USA 14. Renee Westmoreland, WKU 16. Tamicha Jackson, TECH 17. Crystal Tausan, ASU 18. Kortni Jones, MT 19. Patrice Holmes, MT 20. Elizabeth Torres, ULM 21. Bev Williams, UAB 22. Dani Maziur, UNO 23. Dawn Warner, WKU 24. Chrissy Givens, MT 25. Larelle Roper, Troy 25. Kelly Hoover, VCU

YEARS 1983-87 2008-11 1999-04 1987-91 1995-99 2007-11 2003-07 1982-86 1992-96 1983-87 2001-05 1999-03 1983-87 1983-87 1989-93 1996-00 1992-96 2009-12 2002-05 2008-12 1987-91 1992-96 1992-96 2004-07 2006-09 1986-89

ASSISTS 731 677 631 605 581 558 548 508 494 492 486 484 482 477 477 474 473 461 457 452 451 444 440 436 431 431

3-POINT FG MADE PLAYER, TEAM 1. Leslie Logsdon, WKU 2. Brandi Brown, MT 3. Kortni Jones, MT 4. Jackie Pickel, MT 5. Kenzie Rich, WKU 6. Ashley Atkinson, Denver 7. Amber Abraham, ASU 8. Danielle Featherston, ASU 9. Mari Sanchez, NMSU 10. Kim Sitzmann, LR 11. Jocelyn Love, LR 12. Kim Pehlke, WKU 13. Chelsia Lymon, MT 14. Kristina Covington, WKU 15. Julie Hagood, ASU 16. Monika Bosilj, FIU 17. Tamicha Jackson, TECH 17. Shanna Cook, UNO 19. Jamie Walz, WKU 19. Jesse Carrier, ULM 20. Patrice Holmes, MT 20. Sarda Peterson, USA 22. Stephanie Richardson, USA 23. Sinnamonn Garrett, NMSU 24. Gergana Slavtcheva, FIU 25. Anne Marie Lanning, MT

YEARS 2001-05 2007-10 2009-12 2007-10 2007-10 1999-03 2001-06 1994-96 2000-03 2006-10 2003-07 1988-92 2007-10 1998-03 1996-00 2006-10 1996-00 1991-95 1996-00 2006-10 2002-05 2008-12 1987-91 2000-04 1998-02 2008-11

3FGM 278 257 256 248 246 244 242 238 218 215 212 209 196 193 189 188 187 187 182 182 177 177 175 174 172 170

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RECORDS TEAM SINGLE GAME RECORDS

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

MOST POINTS SCORED All Games: 130, Louisiana Tech vs. Cleveland State (12/28/98) Sun Belt Games: 124, WKU vs. Lamar (1/11/97); ASU vs. Lamar (2/12/98)

MOST POINTS SCORED 3,143, WKU, 1985-86

FEWEST POINTS SCORED All Games: 20, Florida Atlantic vs. USF (3/15/12) Sun Belt Games: 26, Troy at South Alabama (1/29/12) BIGGEST WINNING MARGIN All Games: 88, Louisiana Tech (109) vs. Morgan State (21), 12/17/93 Sun Belt Games: 75, Louisiana Tech (111) vs. UL Lafayette (36), 1/10/96 MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS All Games: 101, South Alabama vs. New Mexico State, 1/5/02 Sun Belt Games: 101, South Alabama vs. New Mexico State, 1/5/02 BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE All Games: .707 (46-65), Old Dominion vs. UAB, 3/8/85 Sun Belt Games: .707 (46-65), Old Dominion vs. UAB, 3/8/85 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS All Games: 21, New Mexico State vs. UL Lafayette, 2/23/02 Sun Belt Games: 21, New Mexico State vs. UL Lafayette, 2/23/02 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS All Games: 48, Middle Tennessee vs. UL Lafayette (1/28/07) Sun Belt Games: 48, Middle Tennessee vs. UL Lafayette (1/28/07) BEST 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 10 att.) All Games: .900 (9-10), WKU vs. Vanderbilt, 1/16/91 Sun Belt Games: .889 (8-9), New Mexico State vs. New Orleans, 1/9/03 MOST FREE THROWS All Games: 42, WKU vs. Xavier, 12/28/85 Sun Belt Games: 41, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 3/6/94 MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS All Games: 60, WKU vs. Xavier, 12/28/85 Sun Belt Games: 58, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 3/6/94 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 16 att.) All Games: 1.000 (23-23), New Mexico State vs. Gonzaga, 11/16/01; (18-18) South Alabama vs. Belmont, 11/29/03. Sun Belt Games: 1.000 (20-20), FIU vs. South Alabama (2/25/12) MOST REBOUNDS All Games: 78, WKU vs. InterAmerican, 12/20/93 Sun Belt Games: 68, Louisiana Tech vs. New Orleans, 2/3/96; WKU vs. Lamar, 1/12/95. MOST ASSISTS All Games: 37, Charlotte vs. Columbia College, 1/27/88; WKU vs. Lamar, 1/12/95 Sun Belt Games: 37, WKU vs. Lamar, 1/12/95 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS All Games: 19, Old Dominion vs. Boston University, 2/18/83; New Orleans vs. WKU, 2/13/99; 19, Denver vs. Arkansas State, 1/7/09 Sun Belt Games: 19, New Orleans vs. WKU, 2/13/99; 19, Denver vs. Arkansas State, 1/7/09 MOST STEALS All Games: 31, Louisiana Tech at UL Lafayette, 1/27/99 Sun Belt Games: 31, Louisiana Tech at UL Lafayette, 1/27/99 MOST GAMES PLAYED 36, WKU, 1985-86; Louisiana Tech, 2000-01

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HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE 87.5, Louisiana Tech, 1998-99 FEWEST POINTS SCORED 1,308, UL Lafayette, 1996-97 LOWEST SCORING AVERAGE 47.1, New Orleans, 2004--05 MOST FIELD GOALS 1,180, Louisiana Tech, 1997-98 MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 2,475, Louisiana Tech, 1996-97 BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .504 (1161-2302), Old Dominion, 1982-83 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS 313, Middle Tennessee, 2009-2010 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 848, Middle Tennessee, 2009-10 HIGHEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .432 (127-294), WKU, 1990-91 MOST FREE THROWS 815, WKU, 1985-86 MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1108, WKU, 1985-86 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .763 (329-431), New Mexico State, 2001-02 MOST REBOUNDS 1720, Old Dominion, 1982-93 MOST ASSISTS 660, Louisiana Tech, 1997-98 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 267, Old Dominion, 1982-83 MOST STEALS 465, Middle Tennessee, 2006-07 MOST VICTORIES 32, WKU, 1985-86 MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES 27, Middle Tennessee, 2006-07


RECORDS NDIVIDUAL SINGLE GAME RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

MOST POINTS All Games: 52, Joanna Harden, Troy vs. Alabama-Huntsville, 11/26/13 Sun Belt Games: 50, Sonja Tate, Arkansas State vs. UL Lafayette, 2/13/93; 50, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. Troy, 2/11/09

MOST POINTS 935, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee, 2008-09

MOST FIELD GOALS All Games: 22, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. South Alabama, 2/21/10 Sun Belt Games: 22, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. South Alabama, 2/21/10 MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS All Games: 39, Linda Earls, UAB vs. Charlotte, 11/26/83 Sun Belt Games: 39, Linda Earls, UAB vs. Charlotte, 11/26/83 BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 10 att.) All Games: 1.000 (13-13), Finda Mansare, FIU vs. WKU, 2-23-11; (13-13), Ebony Rowe, Middle Tennessee, vs Arkansas State, 1/18/12; (11-11), Alisa Burras, Louisiana Tech vs. UTPA, 2/14/98; (10-10), Amy Brown, Louisiana Tech vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2/2/93; (11-11), Crystal Kelly, WKU vs. Tennessee Tech, 12/30/05; (11-11), Crystal Kelly, WKU vs. Missouri State, 12/29/07 Sun Belt Games: 1.000 (13-13), Ebony Rowe, Middle Tennessee, vs Arkansas State, 1/18/12 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS All Games: 10, Mari Sanchez, New Mexico State vs. UL Lafayette, 2/23/02 Sun Belt Games: 10, Mari Sanchez, New Mexico State vs. UL Lafayette, 2/23/02 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS All Games: 20, Sonja Tate, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 2/22/93 Sun Belt Games: 20, Sonja Tate, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 2/22/93 BEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 5 att.) All Games: 1.000 (6-6), Sue Sernak, VCU vs. Coppin State, 1/13/90; Kim Pehlke, WKU vs. Vanderbilt, 1/16/91; Charles, Onna, UL Lafayette at Texas (11/13/06); Alexis Greene, UL Lafayette vs. ULM (12/21/08); (5-5), Andrea Taylor, Florida Atlantic vs. FIU (1/14/09); (5-5), Van Riner-Rose, Denver vs. Oregon, 12/11/11 Sun Belt Games: 1.000 (6-6), Alexis Greene, UL Lafayette vs. ULM (12/21/08); (5-5), Andrea Taylor, Florida Atlantic vs. FIU (1/14/09); (5-5), Van Riner-Rose, Denver vs. Oregon, 12/11/11 MOST FREE THROWS All Games: 18, Shyla Tucker, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 3/6/94; Crystal Kelly, WKU at Troy, 12/22/07; Crystal Kelly, WKU vs. Denver, 2/2/08 Sun Belt Games: 18, Shyla Tucker, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 3/6/94; Crystal Kelly, WKU at Troy, 12/22/07; Crystal Kelly, WKU vs. Denver, 2/2/08

BEST SCORING AVERAGE 28.3, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee, 2009-10 MOST FIELD GOALS 352, Amber Holt, Middle Tennessee, 2007-08 BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 108 MADE) .694 (308-444), Kelly Lyons, Old Dominion, 1989-90 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS 115, Kortni Jones, Middle Tennessee, 2011-12 MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 329, Kortni Jones, Middle Tennessee, 2011-12 BEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 27 MADE) .509 (27-53), Angie Snyder, South Florida, 1989-90 MOST FREE THROWS 260, Crystal Kelly, WKU, 2007-2008 MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 332, Chrissy Givens, Middle Tennessee, 2006-2007 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 75 MADE) .910 (111-122), Brooke Lassiter, Louisiana Tech, 2000-01 MOST REBOUNDS 504, Anna Donovan, Old Dominion, 1982-83 MOST ASSISTS 265, Dalma Ivanyi, FIU, 1998-99 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 207, Anne Donovan, Old Dominion, 1982-83 MOST STEALS 135, Brenda Smith, Virginia Commonwealth, 1986-87

MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS All Games: 29, Shyla Tucker, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 3/6/94; Sonja Tate, Arkansas State vs. UL Lafayette, 2/13/93 Sun Belt Games: 29, Shyla Tucker, Arkansas State vs. WKU, 3/6/94; Sonja Tate, Arkansas State vs. UL Lafayette, 2/13/93 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 12 att.) All Games: 1.000, (14-14) Denetra Kellum, North Texas vs. FIU, 1-13-11; Kathy Bailey, South Alabama vs. Tulane, 2/12/83; Crystal Kelly, WKU vs. Minnesota (03/19/07); (13-13), Tandreia Green, WKU vs. Ohio, 1/9/88; (12-12), seven times. Sun Belt Games: 1.000, (12-12), Sondra Ancelot, Lamar vs. Arkansas State, 1/16/93; Leslie Logsdon, WKU vs. FIU, 2/28/04; Jada Frazier, New Orleans vs. LR, 12/15/07; (12-12) Jerica Coley, FIU vs. South Alabama, 2/25/12 MOST REBOUNDS All Games: 30, Kayone Hankins, New Orleans vs. Nicholls State, 11/26/95 Sun Belt Games: 25, Arnika Brown, WKU vs. South Alabama, 2/17/10 MOST ASSISTS All Games: 17, Kitty Price, UAB vs. Alabama-Huntsville, 2/6/86 Sun Belt Games: 16, Kortni Jones, Middle Tennessee vs. Troy, 1/25/12 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS All Games: 13, Anne Donovan, Old Dominion vs. Boston University, 2/18/83; Katelyn Murdoch, Denver vs. Arkansas State, 1/7/09 Sun Belt Games: 13, Katelyn Murdoch, Denver vs. Arkansas State, 1/7/09 MOST STEALS All Games: 12, Marylou Agustin, New Orleans vs. Wofford, 11/28/99 Sun Belt Games: 11, Chrissy Givens, Middle Tennessee at New Orleans (1/13/07)

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RECORDS Conference Games by Percentage (Active Coaches in Bold Caps)

Name Team Marti Whitmore (Interim) WKU Leon Barmore TECH Rick Insell MT Marianne Stanley ODU Paul Sanderford WKU Marlene Stallings (Interim) NMSU Mary Taylor Cowles WKU Wendy Larry ODU Steve Small WKU JOE FOLEY LR Jeff Mittie ASU Michelle Clark-Heard WKU Jerry Ann Winters ASU/USA Erik Johnson DU Charles Branum USA Stephany Smith MT Shawn Campbell WKU ZENARAE ANTOINE TXST BRIAN BOYER ASU Elmer Chavez (Interim) NMSU Cindy Russo FIU J. Kelley Hall UL-L Pam Tanner Denver Tina Slinker NT Rick Pietri USA Liz McQuitter Lamar Ed Baldwin UNCC Joey Favaloro UNO ANGEL ELDERKIN APP Kellie Lewis-Jay FAU CHANDA RIGBY TROY Karen Aston NT SHARON BALDWIN-TENER GSU JEFF DOW ULM Nikita Lowry NMSU David McKey Lamar Mona Martin ULM John Sutherland NMSU KRISTA GERLICH UTA Chancellor Dugan FAU GARRY BRODHEAD UL-L Mike Dunavant VCU Alfreeda Goff/Edmund Sherod VCU Darin Spence NMSU Cindy Connelley UNCC Michael Murphy Troy Shanice Stephens NT Amy Champion UNO Butch Stockton USA Cheryl Rice USA TERRY FOWLER USA Gay Nix UL-L Cletus Green UTPA Edmund Sherod VCU Susan Walvius VCU Errol Rogers UL-L Dwayne Searle UL-L Trudi Lacey USF Kathy Halligan UTPA Anne Strusz USF Tracy Stewart-Lange LR Chris Vozab GS

Years in Sun Belt 2002 1991-2001 2005-2013 1984-87 1984-97 2003 2002-2012 1987-91 1997-2001 2003-PRES. 1995-99 2012-2014 1991-95/1996 2008-2012 1981-91 2000-2005 2001-2002 2013-PRES. 1999-PRES. 2003 1998-2013 2002-2007 1999-2008 2000-2008 2000-2013 1991-94 1988-91 1991-2004 2014-PRES. 2013 2012-PRES. 2011-2012 2013-PRES. 2014-PRES. 2001-2002 1994-98 2007-2014 2000-2001 2013-PRES. 2007-2012 2012-PRES. 1984-88 1988-89 2003-2005 1984-88 2005-2012 2008-2011 2004-2010 1991-95 1996-2000 2013-PRES. 1996-2002 1994-96 1988-90 1990-91 2007-2012 1991-96 1988-91 1996-98 1984-88 1999-2003 2014-15

Won 1 135 123 16 105 6 114 17 41 140 37 26 47 44 27 46 8 23 153 4 135 42 77 67 111 22 9 91 9 9 26 7 16 8 6 22 55 6 14 38 20 8 2 10 7 31 13 25 14 13 8 17 5 1 1 13 8 2 3 2 3 2

Lost 0 9 15 2 23 2 46 7 17 64 17 12 25 24 15 26 5 15 111 3 103 35 66 60 104 22 9 98 11 11 32 9 22 12 9 34 87 10 24 66 38 16 4 20 17 88 39 77 44 43 30 70 23 5 5 73 64 16 25 22 57 18

Pct. 1.000 0.938 0.891 0.889 0.820 0.750 0.713 0.708 0.707 0.686 0.685 0.684 0.653 0.647 0.643 0.639 0.615 0.605 0.580 0.571 0.567 0.545 0.538 0.528 0.516 0.500 0.500 0.481 0.450 0.450 0.448 0.438 0.421 0.400 0.400 0.393 0.387 0.375 0.368 0.365 0.345 0.333 0.333 0.333 0.292 0.261 0.250 0.245 0.241 0.232 0.211 0.195 0.179 0.167 0.167 0.151 0.111 0.111 0.107 0.083 0.050 0.100

By Victories

Name Team Won BRIAN BOYER ASU 153 JOE FOLEY LR 140 Leon Barmore TECH 135 Cindy Russo FIU 135 Rick Insell MT 123 Mary Taylor Cowles WKU 114 Rick Pietri USA 111 Paul Sanderford WKU 105 Joey Favaloro UNO 91 Pam Tanner Denver 77 Tina Slinker NT 67 Mona Martin ULM 55 Jerry Ann Winters ASU/USA 47 Stephany Smith MT 46 Erik Johnson DU 44 J. Kelley Hall UL-L 42 Steve Small WKU 41 Chancellor Dugan FAU 38 Jeff Mittie ASU 37 Michael Murphy Troy 31 Charles Branum USA 27 CHANDA RIGBY TROY 26 Michelle Clark-Heard WKU 26 Amy Champion UNO 25 ZENARAE ANTOINE TXST 23 Liz McQuitter Lamar 22 David McKey Lamar 22 GARRY BRODHEAD UL-L 20 Wendy Larry ODU 17 Gay Nix UL-L 17 SHARON BALWIN-TENER GSU 16 Marianne Stanley ODU 16 KRISTA GERLICH UTA 14 Butch Stockton USA 14 Shanice Stephens NT 13 Cheryl Rice USA 13 Errol Rogers UL-L 13 Darin Spence NMSU 10 ANGEL ELDERKIN APP 9 Ed Baldwin UNCC 9 Kellie Lewis-Jay FAU 9 JEFF DOWN ULM 8 TERRY FOWLER USA 8 Shawn Campbell WKU 8 Mike Dunavant VCU 8 Dwayne Searle UL-L 8 Karen Aston NT 7 Cindy Connelley UNCC 7 Marlene Stallings (Interim) NMSU 6 Nikita Lowry NMSU 6 John Sutherland NMSU 6 Cletus Green UTPA 5 Elmer Chavez (Interim) NMSU 4 Kathy Halligan UTPA 3 Tracy Stewart-Lange LR 3 Chris Vozab GS 2 2 Alfreeda Goff/Edmund Sherod VCU Trudi Lacey USF 2 Anne Strusz USF 2 Marti Whitmore (Interim) WKU 1 Edmund Sherod VCU 1 Susan Walvius VCU 1 *Co-Head Coaches

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STANDINGS 1982-83 Team Overall Pct. ODU 29-6 .829 WKU 22-7 .759 USA 20-9 .690 UNCC 14-13 .519 UAB 13-14 .481 USF 9-16 .360 VCU 5-15 .250 Tournament Champion: ODU NCAA: ODU, WKU

1989-90 Team SBC Pct. UNCC 4-2 .667 ODU 4-2 .667 UAB 4-2 .667 USA 4-2 .667 WKU 4-2 .667 VCU 1-5 .167 USF 0-6 .000 Tournament Champion: ODU NCAA: ODU, WKU WNIT: UNCC

1983-84 Team Overall Pct. ODU 24-5 .828 USA 24-6 .800 UNCC 21-8 .724 WKU 21-11 .656 USF 7-20 .259 VCU 6-21 .222 UAB 4-24 .143 Tournament Champion: ODU NCAA: ODU WNIT: WKU 1984-85 Team SBC Pct. ODU 6-0 1.000 WKU 5-1 .833 UAB 4-2 .667 USA 3-3 .500 UNCC 2-4 .333 VCU 1-5 .167 USF 0-6 .000 Tournament Champion: ODU NCAA: ODU, WKU 1985-86 Team SBC Pct. WKU 6-0 1.000 ODU 5-1 .833 UNCC 3-3 .500 UAB 3-3 .500 USA 2-4 .333 VCU 2-4 .333 USF 0-6 .000 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU 1986-87 Team SBC Pct. USA 5-1 .833 ODU 5-1 .833 WKU 4-2 .667 VCU 4-2 .667 UNCC 1-5 .167 USF 1-5 .167 UAB 1-5 .167 Tournament Champion: ODU NCAA: ODU, USA, WKU 1987-88 Team SBC Pct. ODU 6-0 1.000 USA 5-1 .833 WKU 4-2 .667 UAB 3-3 .500 VCU 1-5 .167 USF 1-5 .167 UNCC 1-5 .167 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU, ODU WNIT: USA 1988-89 Team SBC Pct. ODU 5-1 .833 WKU 5-1 .833 USA 5-1 .833 VCU 2-4 .333 USF 2-4 .333 UNCC 1-5 .167 UAB 1-5 .167 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU, ODU

1990-91 Team SBC Pct. UAB 6-0 1.000 WKU 5-1 .833 UNCC 4-2 .667 USA 3-3 .500 ODU 2-4 .333 VCU 1-5 .167 USF 0-6 .000 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU

Overall 31-3 28-6 14-15 19-10 13-12 8-19 8-18

Pct. .912 .824 .483 .655 .520 .296 .308

Overall 32-4 15-13 15-13 13-16 18-11 14-14 5-22

Pct. .889 .536 .536 .448 .621 .500 .185

Overall 24-6 18-13 24-9 21-8 18-9 11-16 12-19

Pct. .800 .581 .727 .724 .667 .407 .387

Overall 17-12 22-9 26-8 15-14 13-15 11-16 10-17

Pct. .586 .710 .765 .517 .464 .407 .370

Overall 23-9 22-9 18-11 19-10 14-13 12-16 8-20

Pct. .719 .710 .621 .655 .519 .429 .286

Overall 24-8 21-10 19-11 19-12 17-12 7-20 10-17

Pct. .750 .677 .633 .613 .586 .259 .370

Overall 24-8 29-3 22-6 13-15 5-21 12-16 12-16

Pct. .750 .906 .815 .464 .192 .429 .429

1991-92 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. Lamar 13-3 .813 21-7 .750 WKU 13-3 .813 26-7 .788 Tech 12-4 .750 20-10 .667 ASU 12-4 .750 25-7 .781 UNO 10-6 .625 20-11 .645 USA 5-11 .313 8-20 .286 UCF 5-11 .313 10-18 .357 UTPA 2-14 .125 10-18 .357 UL-L 0-16 .000 0-27 .000 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU, Tech WNIT: ASU 1992-93 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. Tech 13-1 .929 26-6 .813 WKU 13-1 .929 24-7 .774 ASU 10-4 .714 24-7 .774 UNO 7-7 .500 18-10 .643 Lamar 4-10 .286 10-16 .385 USA 4-10 .286 9-18 .333 UTPA 3-11 .214 6-21 .222 UL-L 2-12 .143 4-22 .154 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU, Tech WNIT: ASU 1993-94 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. Tech 14-0 1.000 31-4 .886 WKU 11-3 .786 24-10 .706 ASU 10-4 .714 22-9 .710 UNO 8-6 .571 16-12 .571 Lamar 5-9 .357 8-19 .296 UL-L 4-10 .286 6-21 .222 USA 3-11 .214 5-22 .185 UTPA 1-13 .071 4-23 .148 Tournament Champion: Tech NCAA: Tech, WKU WNIT: ASU 1994-95 Team SBC Pct. Tech 13-1 .929 WKU 12-2 .857 Lamar 10-4 .714 ASU 9-5 .643 UNO 6-8 .429 USA 2-12 .143 UL-L 2-12 .143 UTPA 2-12 .143 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU, Tech

Overall 28-5 28-4 16-12 20-10 11-16 6-21 4-23 3-24

Pct. .848 .875 .571 .667 .407 .222 .148 .111

1995-96 Team SBC Pct. Tech 14-0 1.000 WKU 11-3 .786 ASU 9-5 .643 Lamar 8-6 .571 USA 6-8 .429 UNO 5-9 .357 UTPA 3-11 .214 UL-L 0-14 .000 Tournament Champion: Tech NCAA: Tech WNIT: WKU

Overall 31-2 19-13 17-10 14-15 12-15 9-19 10-17 2-25

Pct. .939 .594 .630 .483 .444 .321 .370 .074

1996-97 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. Tech 12-2 .857 31-4 .886 WKU 12-2 .857 22-9 .710 ASU 10-4 .714 20-8 .714 UNO 10-4 .714 17-12 .586 USA 5-9 .357 11-16 .407 UTPA 3-11 .214 5-22 .185 Lamar 2-12 .143 5-22 .185 UL-L 2-12 .143 3-24 .111 Tournament Champion: Tech NCAA: Tech, WKU 1997-98 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. Tech 13-1 .929 31-4 .886 WKU 12-2 .857 26-9 .743 ASU 11-3 .786 20-10 .667 UNO 7-7 .500 12-16 .429 UL-L 7-7 .500 9-18 .333 USA 4-10 .286 7-20 .259 Lamar 2-12 .143 5-22 .185 UTPA 0-14 .000 1-26 .037 Tournament Champion: Tech NCAA: Tech, WKU 1998-99 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. Tech 12-0 1.000 30-3 .909 FIU 9-3 .750 23-7 .767 WKU 8-4 .667 21-7 .750 ASU 7-5 .583 18-14 .563 UNO 4-8 .333 11-16 .407 USA 2-10 .167 7-19 .269 UL-L 0-12 .000 1-26 .037 Tournament Champion: Tech NCAA: Tech, FIU WNIT: ASU 1999-2000 Team SBC Pct. Tech 16-0 1.000 WKU 13-3 .813 Denver 10-6 .625 FIU 10-6 .625 ASU 8-8 .500 UNO 7-9 .438 UL-L 5-11 .313 USA 2-14 .125 UALR 1-15 .063 Tournament Champion: Tech NCAA: Tech, WKU WNIT: ASU East Tech FIU MT WKU ASU UALR

2000-01 SBC Pct. 16-0 1.000 11-5 .688 9-7 .563 8-8 .500 8-8 .500 0-16 .000

West SBC Pct. Denver 14-2 .875 NT 10-6 .625 UNO 7-9 .438 NMSU 6-10 .375 USA 5-11 .313 UL-L 2-14 .125 Tournament Champion: Tech NCAA: Tech, Denver WNIT: WKU, MT, NT, FIU

Overall 31-3 22-10 16-11 16-13 18-12 11-17 12-16 8-21 5-23

Pct. .912 .688 .593 .552 .600 .393 .429 .276 .179

Overall 31-5 20-10 17-13 19-14 14-14 6-22

Pct. .861 .667 .567 .576 .500 .214

Overall 24-7 19-11 15-14 10-18 13-16 8-20

Pct. .774 .633 .517 .357 .448 .286

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STANDINGS 2001-02 East SBC Pct. FIU 13-1 .929 WKU 9-5 .643 MT 7-7 .500 ASU 6-8 .429 LR 2-12 .143 West SBC Pct. NT 12-3 .750 Denver 11-4 .733 USA 7-8 .467 NMSU 6-9 .400 UNO 6-9 .400 UL-L 1-14 .067 Tournament Champion: FIU NCAA: FIU WNIT: WKU, NT East WKU FIU MT ASU LR

2002-03 SBC Pct. 12-2 .857 9-5 .643 9-5 .643 5-9 .357 0-14 .000

West SBC Pct. USA 10-5 .667 NMSU 10-5 .667 UNO 9-6 .600 NT 6-9 .400 Denver 6-9 .400 UL-L 4-11 .267 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU WNIT: FIU, USA 2003-04 East SBC Pct. MT 10-4 .714 ASU 10-4 .714 WKU 10-4 .714 FIU 5-9 .357 LR 3-11 .214 .370 West SBC Pct. USA 11-4 .733 UL-L 7-8 .467 NT 7-8 .487 Denver 6-9 .400 NMSU 6-9 .400 UNO 5-10 .333 Tournament Champion: MT NCAA: MT WNIT: ASU, WKU, USA 2004-05 East SBC Pct. WKU 12-2 .857 ASU 11-3 .786 MT 11-3 .786 FIU 7-7 .500 LR 3-11 .214 West SBC Pct. UL-L 10-5 .667 NT 9-6 .600 USA 7-8 .467 Denver 4-11 .267 NMSU 4-11 .267 UNO 2-13 .133 Tournament Champion: MT NCAA: MT WNIT: ASU, WKU East WKU MT FIU ASU LR

Overall 27-6 16-14 16-13 12-16 8-19

Pct. .818 .533 .552 .429 .296

Overall 21-9 16-13 17-11 13-16 11-18 7-21

Pct. .700 .552 .607 .448 .379 .250

Overall 22-9 19-11 18-12 12-18 5-23

Pct. .710 .633 .600 .400 .179

Overall 19-11 16-12 12-16 12-16 12-18 8-19

Pct. .633 .571 .429 .429 .400 .296

Overall 24-8 19-10 20-14 11-16 10-17

Pct. .750 .655 .588 .407

Overall 22-7 13-15 11-17 14-15 13-16 10-17

Pct. .759 .464 .393 .483 .448 .370

Overall 20-10 21-11 24-9 18-11 10-19

Pct. .667 .656 .727 .621 .345

Overall 22-9 14-14 13-15 6-22 9-19 2-26

Pct. .710 .500 .464 .214 .321 .071

2005-06 SBC Pct. Overall Pct. 12-2 .857 27-7 .794 10-4 .714 20-11 .645 9-5 .643 19-13 .594 7-7 .500 15-15 .500 5-9 .357 13-15 .464

West SBC Pct. Overall Pct. UNT 9-6 .600 19-9 .679 Denver 8-7 .533 15-13 .536 ULL 8-7 .533 18-10 .643 USA 8-7 .533 15-14 .517 Troy 3-12 .200 9-18 .333 UNO 1-14 .067 3-25 .107 Tournament Champion: MT NCAA: MT WNIT: FIU, WKU

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East MT WKU FIU USA Troy FAU

2006-07 SBC Pct. Overall Pct. 18-0 1.000 30-4 .882 14-4 .778 23-9 .719 9-9 .500 16-14 .533 7-11 .389 14-16 .467 5-13 .278 12-17 .414 2-16 .111 6-25 .194

West SBC Pct. Overall Pct. UL-L 14-4 .778 25-9 .735 Denver 12-6 .667 20-11 .645 LR 12-6 .667 21-10 .677 ASU 11-7 .611 20-12 .625 UNT 6-12 .333 9-20 .310 ULM 4-14 .222 14-16 .467 UNO 3-15 .167 9-21 .300 Tournament Champion: MT NCAA: MT, ULL WNIT: ASU, WKU East WKU MT USA FIU Troy FAU

2007-08 SBC Pct. Overall Pct. 16-2 .889 26-8 .765 14-4 .778 22-12 .647 10-8 .556 20-11 .645 8-10 .444 13-18 .419 5-13 .278 13-18 .419 2-16 .111 6-22 .214

West SBC Pct. Overall Pct. LR 14-4 .778 23-9 .719 ASU 13-5 .722 20-12 .625 ULM 10-8 .556 17-13 .567 UNT 8-10 .444 14-18 .438 UNO 7-11 .389 13-17 .433 Denver 6-12 .333 11-19 .367 ULL 4-14 .222 8-22 .267 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU WNIT: MT, LR East MT USA WKU Troy FAU FIU

2008-09 SBC Pct. Overall Pct. 17-1 .944 28-6 .824 10-8 .556 21-11 .656 10-8 .556 16-13 .552 10-8 .556 16-14 .533 9-9 .500 12-17 .414 4-14 .222 6-24 .200

West SBC Pct. Overall Pct. LR 16-2 .889 26-7 .788 ASU 10-8 .556 16-14 .533 Denver 10-8 .556 16-15 .516 UNO 8-10 .444 14-17 .452 ULM 7-11 .389 15-16 .484 UNT 6-12 .333 11-20 .355 ULL 0-18 .000 3-27 .100 Tournament Champion: MT NCAA: MT WNIT: LR East MT WKU FAU FIU USA Troy

2009-10 SBC Pct. Overall Pct. 17-1 .944 25-6 .806 14-4 .778 21-11 .656 10-8 .556 14-15 .483 9-9 .500 14-16 .467 9-9 .500 15-16 .484 5-13 .278 12-17 .414

West SBC Pct. Overall Pct. LR 17-1 .944 27-6 .818 Denver 12-6 .667 18-13 .581 ASU 7-11 .389 13-18 .419 NT 5-13 .278 9-22 .290 UNO 4-14 .222 12-20 .375 ULM 4-14 .222 10-19 .345 UL-L 4-14 .222 9-22 .290 Tournament Champion: MT NCAA: MT, LR WNIT: WKU

East MT FIU WKU USA FAU Troy

2010-11 SBC Pct. 14-2 .875 10-6 .625 9-7 .563 8-8 .500 4-12 .250 2-14 .125

West SBC Pct. LR 14-2 .875 Denver 11-5 .688 ULM 9-7 .563 ASU 9-7 .563 UL-L 4-12 .250 NT 2-14 .125 Tournament Champion: LR NCAA: MT, LR WNIT: DU East MT FAU FIU USA WKU TROY

2011-12 SBC Pct. 16-0 1.000 11-5 .688 10-6 .625 9-7 .563 5-11 .313 1-15 .063

West SBC Pct. LR 12-4 .750 Denver 11-5 .688 ULM 7-9 .438 NT 7-9 .438 ASU 6-10 .375 UL-L 1-15 .063 Tournament Champion: LR NCAA: MT, LR WNIT: FAU, FIU East MT WKU FIU USA FAU TROY

Overall 23-8 16-16 15-17 17-13 7-21 5-25

Pct. .742 .500 .469 .567 .250 .167

Overall 23-8 19-12 16-15 18-14 11-19 5-25

Pct. .742 .613 .516 .563 .367 .167

Overall 26-7 17-13 23-11 17-13 9-21 2-26

Pct. .788 .567 .676 .567 .300 .071

Overall 20-13 19-12 9-21 15-16 12-18 7-23

Pct. .606 .613 .300 .484 .400 .233

2012-13 SBC Pct. Overall Pct. 17-3 .850 25-8 .758 13-7 .650 22-11 .667 12-8 .600 19-13 .594 10-10 .500 17-13 .567 9-11 .450 12-17 .414 3-17 .150 7-24 .226

West SBC Pct. Overall Pct. LR 14-6 .700 24-9 .727 ASU 12-8 .600 15-15 .500 NT 10-10 .500 11-19 .367 ULM 7-13 .350 10-21 .323 UL-L 3-17 .150 10-21 .323 Tournament Champion: MT NCAA: MT WNIT: LR, FIU, WKU 2013-2014 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. ASU 14-4 0.778 22-12 0.647 WKU 13-5 0.722 24-9 0.727 TXST 12-6 0.667 16-16 0.500 LR 12-6 0.667 18-12 0.600 GSU 8-10 0.444 12-19 0.387 TROY 8-10 0.444 12-18 0.400 UL-L 7-11 0.389 14-16 0.467 ULM 7-11 0.389 11-20 0.355 USA 6-12 0.333 8-20 0.286 UTA 3-15 0.167 4-25 0.138 Tournament Champion: WKU NCAA: WKU WNIT: ASU WBI: TXST 2014-2015 Team SBC Pct. Overall Pct. LR 18-2 0.900 29-5 0.853 ASU 16-4 0.800 24-11 0.686 TROY 15-5 0.750 20-11 0.645 TXST 11-9 0.550 17-15 0.531 UTA 11-9 0.550 17-13 0.567 UL-L 10-10 0.500 23-12 0.657 APP 9-11 0.450 14-16 0.467 GSU 8-12 0.400 13-17 0.433 ULM 8-12 0.400 12-17 0.414 GS 2-18 0.100 5-24 0.172 USA 2-18 0.100 5-24 0.172 Tournament Champion: LR NCAA: LR WNIT: ASU WBI: UL-L, TXST, TROY

S Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

S Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

R Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


TEAM LEADERS SCORING OFFENSE YEAR TEAM 1982-83 Old Dominion 1983-84 Old Dominion 1984-85 WKU 1985-86 WKU 1986-87 South Alabama 1987-88 South Alabama 1988-89 South Florida 1989-90 South Alabama 1990-91 WKU 1991-92 Lamar 1992-93 WKU 1993-94 Louisiana Tech 1994-95 WKU 1995-96 Louisiana Tech 1996-97 Louisiana Tech 1997-98 Louisiana Tech 1998-99 Louisiana Tech 1999-00 Louisiana Tech 2000-01 Louisiana Tech 2001-02 FIU 2002-03 WKU 2003-04 WKU 2004-05 WKU 2005-06 WKU 2006-07 Middle Tennessee 2007-08 WKU 2008-09 Middle Tennessee 2009-10 Middle Tennessee 2010-11 Middle Tennessee 2011-12 Middle Tennessee 2012-13 Troy 2013-14 Troy 2014-15 Troy

G PTS 35 2766 29 2416 34 2811 36 3143 30 2420 31 2370 27 2140 31 2422 32 2671 27 2410 31 2435 35 2844 32 2683 33 2852 35 2817 35 3018 33 2888 34 2960 36 2716 33 2464 31 2229 33 2332 30 2354 34 2510 34 2692 34 2493 34 2598 31 2506 31 2170 33 2186 31 2176 30 2412 31 2361

AVG 79.0 80.6 82.6 87.3 80.7 76.5 79.2 78.1 83.5 86.1 78.5 81.3 83.8 86.4 80.5 86.2 87.5* 87.1 75.4 74.7 71.9 70.7 78.5 73.8 79.2 73.3 76.4 80.8 70.0 66.2 70.2 80.4 76.2

SCORING DEFENSE YEAR TEAM 1982-83 Old Dominion 1983-84 UNC Charlotte 1984-85 Old Dominion 1985-86 WKU 1986-87 South Alabama 1987-88 WKU 1988-89 WKU 1989-90 UAB 1990-91 UNC Charlotte 1991-92 Louisiana Tech 1992-93 Lousiana Tech 1993-94 Louisiana Tech 1994-95 Louisiana Tech 1995-96 Louisiana Tech 1996-97 Louisiana Tech 1997-98 Louisiana Tech 1998-99 FIU 1999-00 Louisiana Tech 2000-01 Louisiana Tech 2001-02 South Alabama 2002-03 South Alabama 2003-04 South Alabama 2004-05 South Alabama 2005-06 Little Rock 2006-07 Little Rock 2007-08 Little Rock 2008-09 Little Rock 2009-10 Little Rock 2010-11 Little Rock 2011-12 South Alabama 2012-13 Little Rock 2013-14 Little Rock 2014-15 Little Rock

G PTS 35 2139 29 1686 34 2129 36 2328 30 1882 34 2162 31 1992 30 1947 29 1835 30 1887 32 1863 35 2018 33 1794 33 1766 35 1928 35 2046 30 1766 34 2014 36 2072 28 1564 30 1786 29 1595 28 1556 28 1607 31 1633 32 1665 33 1742 34 1790 31 1626 30 1584 33 1751 30 1753 34 1750

AVG 61.1 58.1 62.6 64.6 62.7 63.6 64.2 64.9 63.0 62.9 58.2 57.7 54.4 53.5 55.1 58.5 58.9 59.2 57.6 55.9 59.5 55.0 55.6 57.4 52.7 52.0* 52.8 52.6 52.5 52.8 53.1 58.4 51.5

REBOUNDING AVERAGE YEAR TEAM 1982-83 Old Dominion 1983-84 South Alabama 1984-85 Old Dominion 1985-86 South Alabama 1986-87 South Alabama 1987-88 WKU 1988-89 WKU

G REB 35 1720 30 1428 34 1578 28 1361 30 1395 34 1530 31 1356

AVG 49.1 47.6 46.4 48.6 46.5 45.0 43.7

1989-90 UAB 1990-91 South Florida 1991-92 Louisiana Tech 1992-93 Lousiana Tech 1993-94 WKU 1994-95 WKU 1995-96 Louisiana Tech 1996-97 Louisiana Tech 1997-98 Louisiana Tech 1998-99 Louisiana Tech 1999-00 Louisiana Tech 2000-01 Louisiana Tech 2001-02 FIU 2002-03 North Texas 2003-04 North Texas 2004-05 UL Lafayette 2005-06 UL Lafayette 2006-07 UL Lafayette 2007-08 Arkansas State 2008-09 South Alabama 2009-10 Arkansas State 2010-11 UL Monroe 2011-12 WKU 2012-13 Troy 2013-14 Troy 2014-15 Troy

30 1265 28 1224 30 1336 32 1500 34 1640 32 1551 33 1708 35 1691 35 1600 33 1516 34 1577 36 1590 33 1443 28 1235 28 1176 31 1319 28 1219 34 1526 32 1322 32 1275 31 1283 31 1320 30 1242 31 1256 30 1301 31 1323

42.2 43.7 44.5 46.9 48.2 48.5 51.8* 48.3 45.7 45.9 46.4 44.2 43.7 44.1 42.0 42.5 43.5 44.9 41.3 39.8 41.4 42.6 41.4 40.5 43.4 42.7

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE YEAR TEAM 1987-88 South Florida 1988-89 WKU 1989-90 South Florida 1990-91 WKU 1991-92 WKU 1992-93 WKU 1993-94 Louisiana Tech 1994-95 WKU 1995-96 WKU 1996-97 Arkansas State 1997-98 Arkansas State 1998-99 FIU 1999-00 Louisiana Tech 2000-01 WKU 2001-02 New Mexico State 2002-03 New Mexico State 2003-04 Arkansas State 2004-05 Arkansas State 2005-06 Middle Tennessee 2006-07 Middle Tennessee 2007-08 Troy 2008-09 Middle Tennessee 2009-10 Denver 2010-11 Denver 2011-12 Denver 2012-13 Little Rock 2013-14 South Alabama 2014-15 Little Rock

G FG-FGA 27 32-86 31 67-175 27 34-79 32 127-294 35 138-359 31 156-388 35 63-180 32 136-363 32 173-463 28 182-555 30 224-604 30 115-322 34 163-434 33 188-514 29 244-689 28 241-622 29 137-407 32 152-448 31 180-493 34 277-789 31 182-503 34 296-816 31 122-314 31 162-453 31 134-407 33 111-299 28 181-511 34 139-374

PCT .372 .383 .430 .432* .384 .402 .350 .375 .374 .328 .371 .357 .376 .366 .354 .387 .337 .339 .365 .351 .362 .363 .389 .358 .329 .371 .354 .372

FG PERCENTAGE YEAR TEAM 1982-83 Old Dominion 1983-84 South Alabama 1984-85 WKU 1985-86 WKU 1986-87 South Alabama 1987-88 Old Dominion 1988-89 South Florida 1989-90 UNC Charlotte 1990-91 WKU 1991-92 Lamar 1992-93 WKU 1993-94 Louisiana Tech 1994-95 Louisiana Tech 1995-96 Louisiana Tech 1996-97 WKU 1997-98 Louisiana Tech 1998-99 Louisiana Tech 1999-00 Louisiana Tech 2000-01 FIU 2001-02 FIU 2002-03 Middle Tennessee

G FG-FGA PCT 35 1161-2302 .504* 30 967-1930 .501 34 1115-2335 .477 36 1164-2369 .491 30 968-1930 .502 29 868-1832 .474 27 806-1700 .474 32 950-1943 .489 32 1007-2060 .489 28 923-1916 .482 31 895-1885 .475 35 1079-2335 .462 35 1041-2157 .487 33 1127-2409 .468 31 866-1891 .458 35 1180-2416 .488 33 1117-2413 .463 34 1163-2452 .474 30 818-1800 .454 33 899-1997 .450 30 792-1765 .449

2003-04 Middle Tennessee 2004-05 UL Lafayette 2005-06 Middle Tennessee 2006-07 WKU 2007-08 WKU 2008-09 Middle Tennessee 2009-10 Denver 2010-11 Denver 2011-12 FIU 2012-13 Arkansas State 2013-14 Arkansas State 2014-15 Arkansas State FREE THROW PERCENTAGE YEAR TEAM 1982-83 WKU 1983-84 WKU 1984-85 WKU 1985-86 WKU 1986-87 South Florida 1987-88 Old Dominion 1988-89 South Florida 1989-90 Va. Commonwealth 1990-91 Va. Commonwealth 1991-92 New Orleans 1992-93 Louisiana Tech 1993-94 Louisiana Tech 1994-95 WKU 1995-96 WKU 1996-97 WKU 1997-98 WKU 1998-99 FIU 1999-00 WKU 2000-01 Denver 2001-02 New Mexico State 2002-03 Little Rock 2003-04 FIU 2004-05 Arkansas State 2005-06 Troy 2006-07 Middle Tennessee 2007-08 Middle Tennessee 2008-09 Middle Tennessee 2009-10 Denver 2010-11 FIU 2011-12 FIU 2012-13 FIU 2013-14 WKU 2014-15 Georgia State * Sun Belt Conference Record

31 795-1709 31 660-1913 31 839-1864 32 804-1772 34 898-1928 34 931-1999 31 700-1453 31 731-1601 34 807-1868 30 679-1580 34 891-2013 35 919-2050

.465 .445 .450 .454 .466 .466 .482 .457 .432 .430 .443 .448

G FT-FTA 29 450-635 32 545-735 34 581-827 36 815-1108 27 354-520 29 373-541 27 498-666 27 343-483 28 397-544 31 566-810 32 499-747 35 623-901 32 645-885 32 505-742 31 553-788 35 722-1035 30 417-560 32 566-770 31 374-501 29 329-431 28 350-493 27 397-531 32 496-688 27 283-391 34 421-568 34 437-583 34 440-587 31 419-551 32 335-448 34 434-570 32 400-521 33 518-714 30 386-534

PCT .709 .741 .702 .735 .681 .689 .748 .710 .730 .699 .668 .691 .720 .681 .702 .698 .745 .735 .747 .763* .710 .748 .721 .724 .741 .750 .750 .760 .748 .761 .768 .725 .723

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SCORING YEAR 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

PLAYER, TEAM Sonya Meadows, Jr., UAB Medina Dixon, Jr., ODU Candy Lucas, Sr., UNCC Orphie Moore, Jr., USA Kristin Wilson, Sr., UNCC Wanda Guyton, Jr., USF Ella Williams, Sr., USA Adrian Vickers, Sr., USA Jacque Nero, Jr., UAB Nicole Wilkett, Sr., ASU Sonja Tate, Sr., ASU Dawn Beachler, Sr., UTPA Kayone Hankins, Sr., UNO Lara Webb, Sr., Lamar Alisa Burras, Jr., Tech Amanda Wilson, Jr., Tech Shea Lunsford, Sr., WKU ShaRae Mansfield, Jr., WKU Natalie Powers, Jr., WKU Jalie Mitchell, Sr., NT Leslie Logsdon, Jr., WKU Anna Petrakova, Jr., UL-L Crystal Kelly, Fr., WKU Chrissy Givens, Jr., MT Crystal Kelly, Jr., WKU Amber Holt, Sr., MT Alysha Clark, Jr., MT Alysha Clark, Sr., MT Chastity Reed, Sr., UALR Jerica Coley, So., FIU Jerica Coley, Jr., FIU Joanna Harden, Sr., Troy Aundrea Gamble, Jr., ASU

G 24 29 22 28 27 25 29 30 32 32 33 27 27 29 35 34 28 32 33 29 31 28 30 31 32 32 34 29 29 34 32 30 35

PTS 475 602 436 647 619 497 650 795 682 680 820 606 500 709 637 629 509 593 736 561 541 522 579 667 770 930^ 935*^ 821 568 794 840 754 671

AVG 19.8 20.8 19.8 23.1 22.9 19.9 22. 26.5 21.3 21.3 24.8 22.4 18.5 24.4 18.2 18.5 18. 18.5 22.3 19.4 17.5 18.6 19.3 21.5 24.1 27.4^ 27.5^ 28.3*^ 19.6 23.4 26.3^ 25.1 19.2

REBOUNDING YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 1982-83 Anne Donovan, Sr., ODU 1983-84 Tracy Claxton, Jr., ODU 1984-85 Kristin Wilson, So., UNCC 1985-86 Kristin Wilson, Jr., UNCC 1986-87 Kristin Wilson, Sr., UNCC 1987-88 Wanda Guyton, Jr., USF 1988-89 Wanda Guyton, Sr., USF 1989-90 Adrian Vickers, Sr., USA 1990-91 Jacque Nero, Jr., UAB 1991-92 Chanta Powell, Sr., USA 1992-93 Travesa Gant, Jr., Lamar 1993-94 Travesa Gant, Sr., Lamar 1994-95 Kayone Hankins, Sr., UNO 1995-96 Tamara Carter, So., USA 1996-97 Tamara Carter, Jr., USA 1997-98 Amanda Wilson, Jr., Tech 1998-99 Shea Lunsford, Sr., WKU 1999-00 ShaRae Mansfield, Jr., WKU 2000-01 Michaela Pavlickova, Sr., Denver 2001-02 Cheryl Moody, Sr., FIU 2002-03 Taneisha Russell, Sr., USA 2003-04 Anna Petrakova, Jr., UL-L 2004-05 Crystal Kelly, Fr., WKU 2005-06 Yolanda Jones, Jr., UL-L 2006-07 Yolanda Jones, Sr., UL-L 2007-08 Crystal Kelly, Sr., WKU 2008-09 Arknika Brown, So., WKU 2009-10 Alysha Clark, Sr., MT 2010-11 Ebony Rowe, Fr., MT 2011-12 Ebony Rowe, So., MT 2012-13 Chastity Gooch, So., WKU 2013-14 Chastity Gooch, Jr., WKU 2014-15 Ronita Garrett, Sr., Troy

G 35 23 24 27 27 25 27 30 32 28 26 27 27 27 27 34 28 32 30 33 30 28 30 28 33 34 29 29 31 33 33 33 31

REB 504* 260 311 396 360 311 377 371 349 335 348 357 310 274 267 299 303 339 284 378 275 265 312 305 336 357 337 337 313 333 374 298 344

AVG 14.4 11.3 13.0 14.7* 13.3 12.4 14.0 12.4 10.9 12.0 13.4 13.2 11.5 10.1 9.9 8.8 10.8 10.6 9.5 11.5 9.2 9.5 10.4 10.9 10.2 10.5 11.6 11.6 10.1 10.1 11.3 9.0 11.1

ASSISTS YEAR 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

G 26 28 34 28 30 27 29

AST 142 189 212 203 158 143 190

AVG 5.5 6.8 6.2 7.0 5.3 5.3 6.6

PLAYER, TEAM Kitty Price, So., UAB Bubba Bell, So., UAB Clemette Haskins, Fr., WKU Kitty Price, Sr., UAB Clemette Haskins, Jr., WKU Elizabeth Walker, Sr., UNCC Stephanie Richardson, So., USA

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1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Bev Williams, Jr., UAB Stephanie Richardson, Sr., USA Ramona Jones, Jr., Lamar Ramona Jones, Sr., Lamar Shanna Cook, Jr., UNO Dani Maziur, Sr., UNO Dani Maziur, Sr., UNO Kathy Dyess, Sr., ASU LaQuan Stallworth, Jr., Tech Dalma Iványi, Sr., FIU Gergana Slavtcheva, So., FIU Ivelina Vrancheva, So., FIU Deniz Boz, So., FIU Ivelina Vrancheva, Jr., FIU Ivelina Vrancheva, Sr., FIU Faeza Bouderra, Jr., FIU Heather Morris, Jr., UALR Iva Ciglar, So., FIU Iva Ciglar, Jr., FIU Amy McNear, Jr., WKU Emiko Smith, Fr., Denver Amy McNear, Sr., WKU Emiko Smith, Jr., Denver Taylor Ford, Jr., UALR Alisha Andrews, Jr., GSU Ka’Nesheia Cobbins, LR

30 28 22 26 28 27 28 28 36 30 29 30 25 30 26 29 27 29 31 27 31 29 31 33 31 34

211 155 140 189 141 191 156 122 232 265 126 205 126 217 146 164 139 170 165 140 154 196 199 149 142 174

7.0 5.5 6.4 7.3 5.0 7.1 5.6 4.4 6.4 8.8* 4.3 6.8 5.0 7.2 5.6 5.6 5.15 5.86 5.32 5.19 5.0 6.8 6.4 4.5 4.6 5.1

BLOCKED SHOTS YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 1982-83 Anne Donovan, Sr., ODU 1983-84 LaSandra Jenkins, Jr., USA 1984-85 Sheri Williams, So., UNCC 1985-86 Lillie Mason, Sr., WKU 1986-87 Kristin Wilson, Sr., UNCC 1987-88 Teresa Bowlin, Fr., UNCC 1988-89 Tandreia Green, Jr., WKU 1989-90 Kelly Lyons, Sr., ODU 1990-91 Valerie Richardson, Sr., USA 1991-92 Alyya Abdur-Rahman, Sr., UTPA 1992-93 Racquel Spurlock, Fr., TECH 1993-94 Racquel Spurlock, So., TECH 1994-95 Michelle Hinton, Fr., UTPA 1995-96 Vasso Beskaki, Fr., UNO 1996-97 Vasso Beskaki, So., UNO 1997-98 Vasso Beskaki, Jr., UNO 1998-99 Vasso Beskaki, Sr., UNO 1999-00 Michaela Pavlickova, Jr., Denver 2000-01 Ayana Walker, Jr., Tech 2001-02 Sarah Richey, Jr., UL-L 2002-03 Sarah Richey, Sr., UL-L 2003-04 Anna Petrakova, Jr., UL-L 2004-05 Anna Petrakova, Sr., UL-L 2005-06 Lasma Jekabsone, Jr., FIU 2006-07 Lasma Jekabsone, Sr., FIU 2007-08 Jasmine Jenkins, FIU 2008-09 Katelyn Murdoch, Fr., Denver 2009-10 Kaeytln Murdoch, So., Denver 2010-11 Kaeytln Murdoch, So., Denver 2011-12 Jerica Coley, So., FIU 2012-13 Chastity Gooch, So., WKU 2013-14 Chastity Gooch, Jr., WKU 2014-15 Chyna Ellis, Fr., USA

G 35 30 25 36 27 24 31 31 26 28 32 35 26 28 24 28 27 27 36 28 25 28 31 32 30 31 31 31 31 34 33 33 28

BLK 207 62 63 70 36 37 67 65 50 55 60 51 59 74 42 61 71 72 88 86 54 65 74 91 92 43 72 93 65 65 61 47 56

AVG 5.9* 2.1 2.5 1.9 1.3 1.5 2.2 2.1 1.9 2.0 1.9 1.5 2.3 2.6 1.8 2.2 2.6 2.7 2.4 3.0 2.2 2.3 2.3 2.8 3.1 1.3 2.3 3.0 2.1 1.9 1.8 1.4 2.0

STEALS YEAR 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

G 24 29 26 28 29 27 27 30 27 32 33 27 27 29 31 34

STL 82 86 71 102 135 64 94 128 88 114 125 77 89 103 98 97

AVG 3.4 3.0 2.7 3.6 4.7* 2.4 3.4 4.3 3.3 3.6 3.8 2.9 3.3 3.6 3.2 2.9

PLAYER, TEAM Sonya Meadows, Jr., UAB Medina Dixon, Jr., ODU Mary Klinewski, Sr., USF Brenda Smith, Jr., VCU Brenda Smith, Sr., VCU Elizabeth Walker, Sr., UNCC Wanda Guyton, Sr., USF Adrian Vickers, Sr., USA Stacy Agee, So., VCU Sonja Tate, Jr., ASU Sonja Tate, Sr., ASU Monique Melancon, Jr., UL-L Kayone Hankins, Sr., UNO Lara Webb, Sr., Lamar Amanda Wilson, So., Tech Amanda Wilson, Jr., Tech


INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Dalma Ivรกnyi, Sr., FIU Marylou Agustin, Sr., UNO Melissa Garcia, Jr., Denver Cheryl Moody, Sr., FIU Patrice Holmes, So., MT Keisha McClinic, Sr., MT Patrice Holmes, Sr., MT Chrissy Givens, Jr., MT Chrissy Givens, Sr., MT Amber Holt, Sr., MT Chelsia Lymon, Jr., MT Jackie Pickel, Sr., MT Shanika Butler, Sr., UALR Ebony Rowe, So., MT Loryn Goodwin, Fr., NT Kendall Noble, Fr., WKU Kia Wilridge, Jr., UL-L

30 28 31 33 30 31 33 31 34 34 33 30 28 33 30 31 35

103 113 62 90 92 106 112 98 102 80 92 92 66 79 86 76 100

3.4 4.0 2.0 2.7 3.0 3.4 3.4 3.1 3.0 2.3 2.8 3.1 2.4 2.4 2.9 2.5 2.9

FG PERCENTAGE YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 1982-83 Anne Donovan, Sr., ODU 1983-84 Kristin Wilson, Fr., UNCC 1984-85 Orphie Moore, So., USA 1986-87 Wanda Guyton, So., USF 1987-87 Kelly Lyons, So., ODU 1988-89 Kelly Lyons, Jr., ODU 1989-90 Kelly Lyons, Sr., ODU 1990-91 Celeste Hill, Fr., ODU 1991-92 Barbara Hickey, Sr., Lamar 1992-93 Travesa Gant, Jr., Lamar 1993-94 Travesa Gant, Sr., Lamar 1994-95 Vickie Johnson, Jr., TECH 1995-96 Tamara Carter, So., USA 1996-97 Alisa Burras, Jr., Tech 1997-98 Amanda Wilson, Jr., Tech 1998-99 Amanda Wilson, Sr., Tech 1999-00 ShaRae Mansfield, Jr., WKU 2000-01 Jamie Thomatis, Jr., MT 2001-02 Jamie Thomatis, Sr., MT 2002-03 Shala Reese, Sr., WKU 2003-04 Krystle Horton, Fr., MT 2004-05 Crystal Kelly, Fr., WKU 2005-06 Crystal Kelly, So., WKU 2006-07 Crystal Kelly, Jr., WKU 2007-08 Crystal Kelly, Sr., WKU 2008-09 Alysha Clark, Jr., MT 2009-10 Kaetlyn Murdoch, So., Denver 2010-11 Kaetlyn Murdoch, Jr., Denver 2011-12 Ebony Rowe, So., MT 2012-13 Ebony Rowe, Jr., MT 2013-14 Ashley Simmons, Sr., ULM 2014-15 Brittany Logan, Sr., GSU

G 35 29 29 20 29 32 31 26 27 26 27 33 27 35 34 33 32 30 29 31 31 30 34 32 34 34 31 31 33 32 30 29

FG-FGA 263-428 132-231 224-394 176-271 192-307 265-427 308-444 155-263 178-312 239-449 240-429 224-421 160-299 272-452 287-464 241-389 224-403 222-417 189-356 205-363 193-341 214-350 235-391 253-414 251-390 343-565 209-334 203-343 222-407 248-461 150-281 113-205

PCT .614 .571 .569 .585 .625 .621 .694* .589 .571 .532 .559 .532 .535 .602 .619 .620 .556 .532 .531 .565 .566 .611 .601 .611 .644 .607 .626 .592 .545 .538 .535 .551

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 1982-83 Dianne Depp, Jr., WKU 1983-84 Sharon Ottens, Fr., WKU 1984-85 Kami Thomas, Jr., WKU 1985-86 Kami Thomas, Sr., WKU 1986-87 Brenda Smith, Sr., VCU 1987-88 Geraline Handsome, Jr., UAB 1988-89 Angie Snyder, Fr., USF 1989-90 Angie Snyder, So., USF 1990-91 Angie Snyder, Jr., USF 1991-92 Brenda Hatchett, Sr., Lamar 1992-93 Metta Christensen, Sr., USA 1993-94 Sondra Ancelot, Sr., Lamar 1994-95 Lisa McMahon, Jr., Lamar 1995-96 Vickie Johnson, Sr., TECH 1996-97 Laurie Townsend, Jr., WKU 1997-98 Amy Towne, Sr., ASU 1998-99 Dalma Ivรกnyi, Sr., FIU 1999-00 Julie Hagood, Sr., ASU 2000-01 Brooke Lassiter, Jr., Tech 2001-02 Natalie Powers, Sr., WKU 2002-03 Sinnamonn Garrett, Jr., NMSU 2003-04 Jill Medlock, Jr., NT 2004-05 Ali Carter, Jr., ASU 2005-06 Jekabsone, Lasma-FIU 2006-07 Charles, Onna-ULL

G 28 32 34 36 29 29 27 27 28 23 23 27 27 32 31 30 30 30 36 30 28 28 31 32 34

FT-FTA 93-117 77- 91 115-139 129-157 100-131 61-72 85-97 118-136 82-102 64-79 60-78 105-125 140-170 94-119 78-102 105-116 103-119 92-109 111-122 132-151 71-85 60-66 114-131 112-137 68-78

PCT .795 .846 .827 .821 .763 .847 .876 .868 .804 .810 .769 .840 .829 .790 .765 .905 .866 .844 .910* .874 .835 .909 .870 .818 .872

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Crystal Kelly, Sr., WKU Kenzie Rich, Jr., WKU Britteni Rice, Jr., Denver Brianna Culberson, Sr., Denver Jane Morrill, So., ASU Jerica Coley, Jr., FIU Hanna Qedan, Jr., ASU Maryah Sydnor, Sr., APP

34 29 30 31 30 32 33 26

260-315 60-71 126-154 71-81 100-114 208-245 71-78 126-149

.825 .845 .818 .877 .877 .849 .910 .846

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 1987-88 Sharon McKinney, Sr., USF 1988-89 Stephanie Richardson, So., USA 1989-90 Angie Snyder, So., USF 1990-91 Kim Pehlke, Jr., WKU 1991-92 Kim Pehlke, Sr., WKU 1992-93 Renee Westmoreland, Sr., WKU 1993-94 Shanna Cook, Jr., UNO 1994-95 Shanna Cook, Sr., UNO 1995-96 Debra Williams, Sr., TECH 1996-97 Amy Towne, Jr., ASU 1997-98 Amy Towne, Sr., ASU 1998-99 Julie Hagood, Jr., ASU 1999-00 Betty Lennox, Sr., TECH 2000-01 Natalie Powers, Jr., WKU 2001-02 Jenia Dimitrova, Jr., NMSU 2002-03 Sinnamonn Garrett, Jr., NMSU 2003-04 Whitney Woodard, Fr., USA 2004-05 Rudy Sims, So., ASU 2005-06 LaCondra Mason, Sr., MT 2006-07 Danielle Realph, TROY 2007-08 Anne Marie Lanning, Fr., MT 2008-09 Yari Escalera, Jr., NT 2009-10 Anne Marie Lanning, Jr., MT 2010-11 Fanni Hutlassa, Jr., FIU 2011-12 Ieva Nagy, So., Troy 2012-13 Jae Shin, So., ULM 2013-14 Rachel Cumbo, So., USA 2014-15 Breanna Hall, Sr., USA

G 26 29 27 32 35 29 28 27 32 28 30 31 34 33 28 28 22 32 31 29 34 27 30 32 28 29 28 27

FG-FGA 10-24 51-116 27-53 71-156 59-145 46-113 45-127 91-271 50-129 63-161 74-161 49-113 62-163 68-154 62-131 68-137 22-52 38-92 34-78 42-93 48-115 27-38 64-137 33-73 31-77 31-76 48-103 64-157

PCT .417 .440 .509* .455 .407 .407 .354 .336 .388 .391 .460 .434 .380 .442 .473 .496 .423 .413 .436 .452 .417 .427 .467 .452 .403 .408 .466 .408

* Sun Belt Conference Record

^ Led Nation

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IN THE POLLS All-time final polls in years in which a current Sun Belt team was ranked:

Associated Press

1982-83 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Southern Cal 3. Texas 4. Old Dominion 5. Cheyney State 6. Maryland 7. Long Beach State 8. Georgia 9. Tennessee 10. Penn State 11. Kentucky 12. Arizona State 13. Mississippi 14. Auburn 15. Missouri 16. North Carolina St. 17. Kansas State 18. North Carolina 19. Oregon State 20. Louisiana State 1983-84 1. Texas 2. Louisiana Tech 3. Georgia 4. Old Dominion 5. Southern Cal 6. Long Beach State 7. Kansas State 8. Louisiana State 9. Cheyney State 10. Mississippi 11. Missouri 12. Alabama 13. Northeast La. 14. North Carolina 15. Tennessee 16. North Carolina St. 17. Maryland 18. Virginia 19. Ohio State 20. UT-Chattanooga 1984-85 1. Texas 2. Northeast La. 3. Long Beach State 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Old Dominion 6. Mississippi 7. Ohio State 8. Georgia 9. Penn State 10. Auburn 11. Washington 12. North Carolina St. 13. Tennessee 14. Western Kentucky 15. Southern Cal 16. UNLV 17. St. Joseph’s 18. UCLA 19. Texas Tech 20. San Diego State 1985-86 1. Texas 2. Georgia 3. Southern Cal 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Western Kentucky 6. Virginia 7. Auburn 8. Long Beach State 9. Louisiana State 10. Rutgers 11. Mississippi 12. Ohio State 13. Penn State 14. Iowa 15. Tennessee 16. North Carolina 17. James Madison 18. Southern Illinois 19. Oklahoma 20. Vanderbilt

1988-89 1. Tennessee 2. Auburn 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Stanford 5. Maryland 6. Texas 7. Long Beach State 8. Iowa 9. Colorado 10. Georgia 11. Stephen F. Austin 12. Mississippi 13. North Carolina St. 14. Ohio State 15. Purdue 16. UNLV 17. S outh Carolina 18. LaSalle 19. Western Kentucky 20. Old Dominion 1990-91 1. Penn State 2. Virginia 3. Georgia 4. Tennessee 5. Purdue 6. Auburn 7. North Carolina St. 8. Louisiana State 9. Arkansas 10. Western Kentucky 11. Stanford 12. Washington 13. Connecticut 14. Stephen F. Austin 15. Providence 16. Texas 17. UNLV 18. Long Beach State 19. Mississippi 20. Rutgers 1991-92 1. Virginia 2. Tennessee 3. Stanford 4. Stephen F. Austin 5. Mississippi 6. Miami (Fla.) 7. Iowa 8. Maryland 9. Penn State 10. Southwest Mo. 11. Purdue 12. Texas Tech 13. Vanderbilt 14. West Virginia 15. Western Kentucky 16. Geo. Washington 17. Kansas 18. Alabama 19. Texas 20. Clemson 21. Creighton 22. Houston 23. Southern Cal 24. UC Santa Barbara 25. Vermont 1992-93 1. Vanderbilt 2. Tennessee 3. Ohio State 4. Iowa 5. Texas Tech 6. Stanford 7. Auburn 8. Penn State 9. Virginia 10. Colorado 11. Maryland 12. Stephen F. Austin 13. Western Kentucky 14. Louisiana Tech 15. Southern Cal 16. Texas 17. North Carolina 18. Vermont 19. Bowling Green 20. Miami (Fla.) 21. Georgia 22. Nebraska 23. Hawaii 24. Kansas 25. Northern Illinois 25. Oklahoma State

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1993-94 1. Tennessee 2. Penn State 3. Connecticut 4. North Carolina 5. Colorado 6. Louisiana Tech 7. Southern Cal 8. Purdue 9. Texas Tech 10. Virginia 11. Stanford 12. Vanderbilt 13. Iowa 14. Seton Hall 15. Kansas 16. Alabama 17. Montana 18. Washington 19. Florida International 20. Florida 21. Boise State 22. Southern Miss 23. Mississippi 24. Bowling Green St. 25. Texas 1994-95 1. Connecticut 2. Colorado 3. Tennessee 4. Stanford 5. Texas Tech 6. Vanderbilt 7. Penn State 8. Louisiana Tech 9. Western Kentucky 10. Virginia 11. North Carolina 12. Georgia 13. Alabama 14. Washington 15. Arkansas 16. Purdue 17. Florida 18. Geo. Washington 19. Mississippi 20. Duke 21. Oregon State 22. San Diego State 23. Kansas 24. North Carolina St. 25. Old Dominion 1995-96 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Connecticut 3. Stanford 4. Tennessee 5. Georgia 6. Old Dominion 7. Iowa 8. Penn State 9. Texas Tech 10. Alabama 11. Virginia 12. Vanderbilt 13. Duke 14. Clemson 15. Purdue 16. Florida 17. Colorado 18. Wisconsin 19. Auburn 20. Kansas 21. Notre Dame 22. Oregon State 23. North Carolina St. 24. Mississippi 25. Texas A&M 1996-97 1. Connecticut 2. Old Dominion 3. Stanford 4. North Carolina 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Florida 7. Georgia 8. Alabama 9. Kansas 10. Louisiana State 11. Tennessee 12. Texas 13. Notre Dame 14. Virginia 15. Texas Tech 16. Illinois

17. Stephen F. Austin 18. Geo. Washington 19. Auburn 20. Vanderbilt 21. Clemson 22. Western Kentucky 23. Michigan State 24. Tulane 25. Duke 1997-98 1. Tennessee 2. Louisiana Tech 3. North Carolina 4. North Carolina St. 5. Connecticut 6. Old Dominion 7. Arkansas 7. Duke 9. Arizona 10. Texas Tech 11. Purdue 12. Florida 13. Alabama 14. Illinois 15. Stanford 16. Rutgers 17. Notre Dame 18. Florida International 19. Western Kentucky 20. UCLA 21. Clemson 22. Kansas 23. Virginia 24. Iowa State 25. Vanderbilt 1998-99 1. Purdue 2. Tennessee 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Connecticut 5. Old Dominion 6. Texas Tech 7. Colorado State 8. Notre Dame 9. Rutgers 10. Clemson 10. Duke 12. Georgia 13. Virginia Tech 14. North Carolina 15. UCLA 16. Oregon 17. UC Santa Barbara 18. Penn State 19. Iowa State 20. Virginia 21. Louisiana State 22. Alabama 23. Tulane 24. Florida International 25. Toledo 1999-2000 1. Connecticut 2. Tennessee 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Georgia 5. Notre Dame 6. Penn State 7. Iowa State 8. Rutgers 9. UC Santa Barbara 10. Duke 11. Texas Tech 12. Mississippi 13. Purdue 14. Old Dominion 15. Louisiana State 16. Auburn 17. Boston College 18. Oklahoma 19. Virginia 20. Oregon 21. Arizona 22. Tulane 23. North Carolina St. 24. Xavier 25. Michigan

2000-01 1. Connecticut 2. Notre Dame 3. Tennessee 4. Georgia 5. Duke 6. Louisiana Tech 7. Oklahoma 8. Iowa State 9. Purdue 10. Vanderbilt 11. Rutgers 12. Xavier 13. Texas Tech 14. Florida 15. Southwest Mo. 16. Iowa 17. Utah 18. Louisiana State 19. North Carolina St. 20. Colorado 21. Penn State 22. Clemson 23. Baylor 24. Wisconsin 25. Arizona State 25. Virginia Tech 2001-02 1. Connecticut 2. Oklahoma 3. Duke 4. Vanderbilt 5. Stanford 6. Tennessee 7. Baylor 8. Louisiana Tech 9. Purdue 10. Iowa State 11. Kansas State 12. Colorado 13. South Carolina 14. Texas 15. Old Dominion 16. North Carolina 17. Texas Tech 18. Minnesota 19. Cincinnati 20. Colorado State 21. Boston College 22. Louisiana State 23. Florida International 24. Florida 25. Penn State 2006-07 1. Duke 2. North Carolina 3. Tennessee 4. Connecticut 5 . Stanford 6. Maryland 7. Vanderbilt 8. Ohio St. 9. Oklahoma 10. Arizona St. 11. Purdue 12. LSU 13. Georgia 14. George Washington 15. Rutgers 16. Texas A&M 17. Middle Tennessee 18. N.C. State 19. Baylor 20. Bowling Green 21. Wis.-Green Bay 22. Marquette 23. Michigan St. 24. Iowa St. 25. Louisville


IN THE POLLS USA Today/ESPN 1985-86

1. Texas 2. Southern Cal 3. Western Kentucky 4. Georgia 5. Tennessee 6. Mississippi 7. Louisiana Tech 8. Louisiana State 9. Auburn 10. Rutgers 11. Northeast La. 12. Long Beach State 13. Penn State 14. Virginia 15. North Carolina 16. James Madison 17. Ohio State 18. Oklahoma 19. Iowa 20. Montana 21. Texas Tech 22. Southern Illinois 23. Drake 24. St. Joseph’s 25. Vanderbilt 1986-87 1. Tennessee 2. Louisiana Tech 3. Texas 4. Long Beach State 5. Rutgers 6. Auburn 7. Iowa 8. Ohio State 9. Georgia 10. Virginia 11. Mississippi 12. North Carolina St. 13. Southern Illinois 14. Southern Cal 15. James Madison 16. Penn State 17. Old Dominion 18. Washington 19. Louisiana State 20. Oregon 21. Vanderbilt 22. Villanova 23. Western Kentucky 24. St. Joseph’s 25. Drake 1987-88 1. Louisiana Tech 2. Auburn 3. Tennessee 4. Long Beach State 5. Texas 6. Iowa 7. Virginia 8. Maryland 9. Ohio State 10. Georgia 11. Rutgers 12. Mississippi 13. Southern Cal 14. Stanford 15. James Madison 16. Washington 17. Montana 18. Stephen F. Austin 19. Western Kentucky 20. Clemson 21. St. Joseph’s 22. DePaul 23. New Mexico St. 24. South Carolina 25. Houston 1990-91 1. Tennessee 2. Virginia 3. Stanford 4. Connecticut 5. Auburn 6. Georgia 7. Lamar 8. Clemson 9. Penn State 10. North Carolina St. 11. Western Kentucky 12. Arkansas 13. Washington 14. Purdue

15. James Madison 16. Oklahoma State 17. Long Beach State 18. Louisiana State 19. Stephen F. Austin 20. Vanderbilt 21. Iowa 22. UNLV 23. Northwestern 24. Providence 25. Texas 1991-92 1. Stanford 2. Virginia 3. Western Kentucky 4. Southwest Mo. 5. Tennessee 6. Mississippi 7. Vanderbilt 8. Maryland 9. Miami (Fla.) 10. Iowa 11. West Virginia 12. Southern Cal 13. Stephen F. Austin 14. Penn State 15. Texas Tech 16. Purdue 17. Alabama 18. UCLA 19. Clemson 20. Geo. Washington 21. Santa Barbara 22. Vermont 23. Texas 24. Creighton 25. Kansas 1992-93 1. Texas Tech 2. Ohio State 3. Iowa 4. Vanderbilt 5. Tennessee 6. Virginia 7. Stanford 8. Louisiana Tech 9. Colorado 10. Auburn 11. Stephen F. Austin 12. Western Kentucky 13. Penn State 14. Southern Cal 15. North Carolina 16. Georgetown 17. Southwest Mo. 18. Maryland 19. Texas 20. Miami (Fla.) 21. Georgia 22. Nebraska 23. Vermont 24. Hawaii 25. Alabama 1993-94 1. North Carolina 2. Louisiana Tech 3. Purdue 4. Alabama 5. Tennessee 6. Penn State 7. Connecticut 8. Stanford 9. Southern Cal 10. Colorado 11. Texas Tech 12. Virginia 13. Vanderbilt 14. Seton Hall 15. Iowa 16. Southern Miss 17. Kansas 18. Montana 19. Texas A&M 20. Mississippi 21. Washington 22. Clemson 23. Texas 24. Florida International 25. Florida

1994-95 1. Connecticut 2. Tennessee 3. Stanford 4. Georgia 5. Colorado 6. Virginia 7. Texas Tech 8. Vanderbilt 9. Purdue 10. Louisiana Tech 11. North Carolina 12. Western Kentucky 13. Washington 14. Alabama 15. Geo. Washington 16. Penn State 17. Duke 18. Florida 19. North Carolina St. 20. Arkansas 21. Oregon State 22. Mississippi 23. Kansas 24. Drake 25. Montana 1995-96 1. Tennessee 2. Georgia 3. Connecticut 4. Stanford 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Virginia 7. Vanderbilt 8. Auburn 9. Iowa 10. Old Dominion 11. Alabama 12. Texas Tech 13. Penn State 14. Stephen F. Austin 15. Kansas 16. San Fransicso 17. Clemson 18. Colorado 19. Duke 20. Wisconsin 21. Notre Dame 22. Florida 23. DePaul 24. Colorado State 25. Texas 1996-97 1. Tennessee 2. Old Dominion 3. Stanford 4. Connecticut 5. Notre Dame 6. Florida 7. Georgia 8. Louisiana Tech 9. North Carolina 10. Geo. Washington 11. Alabama 12. Louisiana State 13. Illinois 14. Virginia 15. Colorado 16. Kansas 17. Vanderbilt 18. Texas 19. Texas Tech 20. Auburn 21. Michigan State 22. Stephen F. Austin 23. Purdue 24. Tulane 25. Clemson 1997-98 1. Tennessee 2. Old Dominion 3. Connecticut 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Stanford 6. Texas Tech 7. North Carolina 8. Duke 9. Arizona 10. North Carolina St. 11. Alabama 12. Fla. International 13. Florida 14. Clemson 15. Western Kentucky 16. Illinois

17. Virginia 18. Vanderbilt 19. Stephen F. Austin 20. Hawaii 21. Purdue 22. Drake 23. Iowa 24. Iowa State 25. UCLA 1998-99 1. Purdue 2. Duke 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Tennessee 5. Georgia 6. Rutgers 7. UCLA 8. Connecticut 9. Texas Tech 10. Old Dominion 11. Iowa State 12. Colorado State 13. Clemson 14. Virginia Tech 15. North Carolina 16. Louisiana State 17. Notre Dame 18. Penn State 19. Oregon 20. Southwest Mo. 20. Virginia 22. Kansas 23. UC Santa Barbara 24. Xavier 25. Alabama

2006-07 1. Tennessee 2. Rutgers 3. North Carolina 4. LSU 5. Connecticut 6. Duke 7. Purdue 8. Arizona State 9. Oklahoma 10. Mississippi 11. George Washington 12. N.C. State 13. Georgia 14. Maryland 15. Bowling Green 16. Stanford 17. Vanderbilt 18. Ohio State 19. Florida State 20. Baylor 21. Texas A&M 22. Marist 23. Middle Tennessee 24. Louisville 25. Michigan State

1999-2000 1. Connecticut 2. Tennessee 3. Penn State 4. Rutgers 5. Georgia 6. Louisiana Tech 7. Texas Tech 8. Louisiana State 9. Notre Dame 10. Iowa State 11. Duke 12. Old Dominion 13. Oklahoma 14. Virginia 15. Mississippi State 16. Purdue 17. Boston College 18. North Carolina 19. Auburn 20. Arizona 21. UC Santa Barbara 22. UAB 23. North Carolina St. 24. Tulane 25. Vanderbilt 2000-01 1. Notre Dame 2. Purdue 3. Connecticut 4. Southwest Mo. 5. Tennessee 6. Louisiana Tech 7. Vanderbilt 8. Duke 9. Xavier 10. Oklahoma 11. Texas Tech 12. Iowa State 13. Georgia 14. Washington 15. Utah 16. North Carolina St. 17. Rutgers 18. Florida 19. Missouri 20. Louisiana State 21. Iowa 22. Clemson 23. Colorado 24. Villanova 25. Florida State

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RESULTS 1987

1983

1993

East Regional First Round, Norfolk, Va.:

East Regional First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C.:

Midwest Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

Old Dominion defeated St. John’s, 86-63.

Old Dominion defeated North Carolina, 76-58.

Louisiana Tech defeated DePaul, 70-59.

East Regional Semifinal, State College, Pa.:

East Regional First Round, Philadelphia, Pa.:

East Regional Second Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

Old Dominion defeated Maryland, 74-57.

South Alabama lost to St. Joseph’s, 67-56.

WKU defeated Miami (Fla.), 78-63.

East Regional Final, State College, Pa.:

East Regional Second Round, Chapel Hill, N.C.:

Midwest Regional Second Round, Austin, Texas:

Old Dominion defeated Penn State, 74-60.

Old Dominion lost to Auburn, 77-61.

Louisiana Tech defeated Texas, 82-78.

National Semifinal, Norfolk, Va.:

West Regional Second Round, Los Angeles, Calif.:

East Regional Semifinal, Richmond, Va.:

Old Dominion lost to Louisiana Tech, 71-55.

WKU lost to Southern California, 81-69.

WKU lost to Ohio State, 86-73. Midwest Regional Semifinal, Nacogdoches, Texas:

1988

1984

Louisiana Tech defeated Southwest Missouri, 59-43.

East Regional First Round, Norfolk, Va.:

East Regional Second Round, New Brunswick, N.J.:

Midwest Regional Final, Nacogdoches, Texas:

Old Dominion defeated Penn State, 87-65.

Old Dominion lost to Rutgers, 88-78.

Louisiana Tech lost to Vanderbilt, 58-53.

East Regional Semifinal, Norfolk, Va.:

Mideast Regional Second Round, Athens, Ga.:

Old Dominion defeated North Carolina State, 73-71 (ot).

WKU lost to Georgia, 84-66.

1994

East Regional Final, Norfolk, Va.:

East Regional First Round, Piscataway, N.J.: 1989

Old Dominion lost to Cheyney State, 80-71.

WKU defeated Rutgers, 84-73.

East Regional First Round, Norfolk, Va.:

Mideast Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

Old Dominion defeated Villanova, 66-41.

Louisiana Tech defeated Southern Methodist, 96-62.

East Regional First Round, Norfolk, Va.:

East Regional First Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional Second Round, Hattiesburg, Miss.:

Old Dominion defeated Syracuse, 88-63.

WKU lost to West Virginia, 66-57.

WKU lost to Southern Mississippi, 72-69.

Mideast Regional First Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional Second Round, Oxford, Miss.:

Mideast Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.:

WKU defeated Middle Tennessee, 90-83.

Old Dominion lost to Mississippi, 74-58.

Louisiana Tech defeated Mississippi, 82-67.

1985

East Regional Semifinal, Norfolk, Va.:

Mideast Regional Semifinal, Fayetteville, Ark.: 1990

Old Dominion defeated North Carolina State, 77-67.

Louisiana Tech defeated Tennessee, 71-68.

Mideast Regional Semifinal, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional First Round, Norfolk, Va.:

Mideast Regional Final, Fayetteville, Ark.:

WKU defeated Texas, 92-90.

Old Dominion defeated St. Joseph’s, 91-69.

Louisiana Tech defeated Southern California, 75-66.

East Regional Final, Norfolk, Va.:

Mideast Regional First Round, Chicago, Ill.:

National Semifinal, Richmond, Va.:

Old Dominion defeated Ohio State, 72-68.

WKU lost to DePaul, 73-63.

Louisiana Tech defeated Alabama, 69-66.

Mideast Regional Final, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional Second Round, Knoxville, Tenn.:

National Championship, Richmond, Va.:

WKU defeated Mississippi, 72-68.

Old Dominion lost to Tennessee, 87-68.

Louisiana Tech lost to North Carolina, 60-59.

National Semifinal, Austin, Texas: Old Dominion defeated Northeast Louisiana, 57-47.

1991

1995

WKU lost to Georgia, 91-78.

Mideast Regional Second Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

National Championship, Austin, Texas:

WKU defeated Florida State, 72-69.

Louisiana Tech defeated Furman, 90-52.

Old Dominion defeated Georgia, 70-65.

Mideast Regional Semifinal, Knoxville, Tenn.:

Mideast Regional First Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

WKU lost to Tennessee, 68-61.

WKU defeated Toledo, 77-63.

1986 East Regional Second Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.: 1992

Louisiana Tech defeated Oklahoma, 48-36.

WKU defeated St. Joseph’s, 74-65.

Midwest Regional First Round, DeKalb, Ill.:

Mideast Regional Second Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional Semifinal, Philadelphia, Pa.:

Louisiana Tech lost to Northern Illinois, 77-71 (ot)

WKU defeated Oregon State, 85-78.

WKU defeated James Madison, 72-51.

Mideast Regional Second Round, Bowling Green, Ky.:

East Regional Semifinal, Storrs, Conn.:

East Regional Final, Philadelphia, Pa.:

WKU defeated Alabama, 98-68.

Louisiana Tech lost to Virginia, 63-62.

WKU defeated Rutgers, 89-74.

Mideast Regional Semifinal, West Lafayete, Ind.:

Mideast Regional Semifinal, Knoxville, Tenn.:

National Semifinal, Lexington, Ky.:

WKU defeated Tennessee, 75-70.

WKU lost to Tennessee, 87-65.

WKU lost to Texas, 90-65.

Mideast Regional Final, West Lafayette, Ind.: WKU defeated Maryland, 75-70. National Semifinal, Los Angeles, Calif.: WKU defeated Southwest Missouri, 84-72. National Championship, Los Angeles, Calif.: WKU lost to Stanford, 78-62.

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RESULTS 2000

1996

2006

Midwest Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

East Regional First Round, Durham, N.C.:

Albuquerque Regional First Round, Tucson, Ariz.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Central Florida, 98-41.

WKU defeated Marquette, 68-65.

Utah defeated Middle Tennessee, 76-61.

Midwest Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.:

Midwest Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Southern Mississippi, 84-46.

Louisiana Tech defeated Alcorn State, 95-53.

Midwest Regional Semifinal, Nacogdoches, Texas:

East Regional Second Round, Durham, N.C.:

Dayton Regional First Round, Palo Alto, Calif.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Texas Tech, 66-55.

WKU lost to Duke, 90-70.

Middle Tennessee defeated Gonzaga, 85-46.

Midwest Regional Final, Nacogdoches, Texas:

Midwest Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.:

Dayton Regional First Round, Austin, Texas:

Louisiana Tech lost to Georgia, 90-76.

Louisiana Tech defeated Vanderbilt, 66-65.

Marquette defeated UL Lafayette, 87-58.

Midwest Regional Semifinal, Kansas City, Mo.:

Dayton Regional Second Round, Palo Alto, Calif.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Old Dominion, 84-76.

Marist defeated Middle Tennessee, 73-59.

1997 Mideast Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

Midwest Regional Final, Kansas City, Mo.:

Louisiana Tech defeated St. Peter’s, 94-50.

Louisiana Tech lost to Penn State, 86-65.

West Regional First Round, Athens, Ga.:

2007

2008 Spokane Regional First Round, Palo Alto, Calif.:

2001

WKU lost to Arizona, 76-54.

UTEP defeated WKU, 85-46.

Mideast Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.:

East Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Auburn, 74-48.

Louisiana Tech defeated Georgia State, 84-48.

Mideast Regional Semifinal, West Lafayette, Ind.:

Mideast Regional First Round, Lubbock, Texas:

Berkeley Regional First Round, East Lansing, Mich.:

Louisiana Tech lost to Florida, 61-57.

Denver lost to Virginia Tech, 77-57.

Michigan State defeated Middle Tennessee, 60-59.

2009

East Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.: 1998

Louisiana Tech defeated TCU, 80-59.

2010

Mideast Regional First Round, Knoxville, Tenn.:

East Regional Semifinal, Pittsburgh, Pa.:

Dayton Regional First Round, Pittsburgh, Pa.:

WKU defeated Stephen F. Austin, 88-76.

Louisiana Tech defeated Missouri, 78-67.

Mississippi State defeated Middle Tennessee, 68-64.

Midwest Regional First Round, Ruston, La.:

East Regional Final, Pittsburgh, Pa.:

Kansas City Regional First Round, Norman, Okla.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Holy Cross, 86-58.

Louisiana Tech lost to Connecticut, 67-48.

Little Rock defeated Georgia Tech, 63-53.

Mideast Regional Second Round, Knoxville, Tenn.:

Kansas City Regional Second Round, Norman, Okla.: 2002

WKU lost to Tennessee, 82-62.

Oklahoma defeated Little Rock, 60-44.

Midwest Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.:

Mideast Regional First Round, State College, Pa.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Clemson, 74-52.

Florida International defeated Creighton, 73-58.

Midwest Regional Semifinal, Lubbock, Texas:

Mideast Regional Second Round, State College, Pa.:

Dallas Regional First Round, Witchita, Kan.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Alabama, 71-57.

Florida International lost to Penn State, 96-79.

Wisconsin-Green Bay defeated Little Rock, 59-55.

Midwest Regional Final, Lubbock, Texas:

Dallas Regional First Round, Auburn, Ala.: 2003

Louisiana Tech defeated Purdue, 72-65. National Semifinal, Kansas City, Mo.:

Midwest Regional First Round, Athens, Ga.:

Louisiana Tech defeated North Carolina State, 84-65.

WKU lost to Rutgers, 64-52.

1999

Des Moines Regional First Round, Little Rock, Ark.: 2004

Delaware defeated Little Rock, 73-42.

East Regional First Round, South Bend, Ind.:

Fresno Regional First Round, Nashville, Tenn.:

Middle Tennessee defeated North Carolina, 67-62.

Vanderbilt defeated Middle Tennessee, 60-46.

Mideast Regional First Round, Storrs, Conn.:

East Regional Second Round, South Bend, Ind.:

Florida International lost to Xavier, 85-71.

Middle Tennessee lost to Notre Dame, 59-46.

West Regional First Round, Ruston, La.: Louisiana Tech defeated Central Florida, 90-48.

Georgia defeated Middle Tennessee, 56-41. 2012

National Championship, Kansas City, Mo.: Louisiana Tech lost to Tennessee, 93-75.

2011

2013 Oklahoma City Regional First Round, Louisville, Ky.:

2005

Louisville defeated Middle Tennessee, 74-49.

West Regional Second Round, Ruston, La.:

Philadelphia Regional First Round, Dallas, Tex.:

Louisiana Tech defeated Penn State, 79-62.

Middle Tennessee defeated North Carolina State, 60-58.

West Regional Semifinal, Los Angeles, Calif.:

Philadelphia Regional Second Round, Dallas, Tex.:

Notre Dame Regional First Round, Waco, Texas:

Louisiana Tech defeated LSU, 73-52.

Texas Tech defeated Middle Tennessee, 80-69.

Baylor defeated WKU, 87-74.

2014

West Regional Final, Los Angeles, Calif.: Louisiana Tech defeated UCLA, 88-62.

2015

National Semifinal, San Jose, Calif.:

Tempe Regional First Round, Tempe, Ariz.:

Louisiana Tech lost to Purdue, 77-63.

Little Rock defeated Texas A&M, 69-60. Tempe Regional Second Round, Tempe, Ariz.: Arizona State defeatd Little Rock, 57-54.

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RESULTS

1988 South Alabama - Fourth Place lost to Purdue, 63-55. defeated UNLV, 88-85 (ot). defeated Mississippi State, 73-51.

2001 FIU lost to UAB, 96-83. Middle Tennessee lost to Indiana, 66-63. North Texas lost to Oklahoma State, 79-67. WKU defeated Mississippi, 95-92. defeated Indiana, 64-63. lost to Ohio State, 70-61.

1990 North Carolina-Charlotte defeated Fresno State, 70-67. lost to Toledo, 77-66. defeated Miami (Fla.), 82-80.

2002 North Texas lost to Washington, 82-61. WKU lost to Illinois, 91-84.

1992 Arkansas State - Third Place defeated UAB, 83-79. lost to Hawaii, 83-73. defeated Nebraska, 81-70.

2003

1984 WKU defeated California, 82-76. lost to Vanderbilt, 79-68. lost to Clemson, 110-106.

1993 Arkansas State - National Champions defeated George Washington, 68-60. defeated Marquette, 80-65. defeated Southern Methodist, 67-54. 1994 Arkansas State - National Runner-up defeated Toledo, 69-68. defeated Tulane, 72-66. lost to Oklahoma, 69-65. 1996 WKU lost to Arizona, 80-72. defeated Princeton, 74-41. lost to UC Santa Barbara, 77-61. 1999 Arkansas State defeated New Hampshire, 78-65. defeated Kansas State, 83-70. lost to Memphis, 101-86. 2000 Arkansas State lost to Memphis, 76-74.

FIU lost to Florida State, 77-55. South Alabama lost to Auburn, 77-53. 2004 Arkansas State lost to Rice, 59-52 South Alabama lost to Florida State, 67-61. WKU defeated Cincinnati, 80-78 (ot). defeated Memphis, 104-87. lost to UNLV, 78-75. 2005 Arkansas State defeated Mississippi State, 78-61 defeated Arkansas, 98-84 lost to Iowa. 66-52 WKU lost to Xavier, 87-85 2006 FIU defeated Cincinnati, 81-75 (ot) lost to Miami, 95-83 WKU defeated Tennessee Tech, 83-66 defeated Charlotte, 81-68 defeated Villanova, 94-81 lost to Kansas State, 57-56

2007 Arkansas State defeated Murray State, 59-52 lost to Wisconsin, 77-45 WKU defeated Minnesota, 73-57 defeated Mississippi State, 56-53 defeated Hofstra, 72-54 lost to Wisconsin, 79-72 2008 Little Rock lost to Southern Miss, 67-57 Middle Tennessee defeated Western Carolina, 104-69 lost to Kentucky, 68-66 (OT) 2009 Little Rock lost to Murray State, 67-65 2010 WKU lost to Illinois, 68-51 2011 Denver lost to BYU, 75-60 2012 Florida Atlantic lost to South Florida, 76-20 FIU defeated Stetson, 75-47 lost to South Florida, 77-61 2013 Little Rock lost to Pacific, 69-65 FIU lost to Florida, 75-68 WKU defeated East Carolina, 88-77 (OT) lost to Auburn, 84-66 2014 Arkansas State lost to UTEP, 74-64 2015 Arkansas State defeated Western Michigan, 61-49 lost to Middle Tennessee, 70-60

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AWARDS STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR YEAR PLAYER 1984-85 Medina Dixon 1985-86 Lillie Mason 1986-87 Kristin Wilson 1987-88 Adrienne Goodson 1988-89 Wanda Guyton 1989-90 Adrian Vickers 1990-91 Jacque Nero 1991-92 Shantel Hardison 1992-93 Sonja Tate 1993-94 Shyla Tucker Pam Thomas 1994-95 Vickie Johnson 1995-96 Vickie Johnson 1996-97 Alisa Burras 1997-98 Amanda Wilson 1998-99 Amanda Wilson 1999-00 Betty Lennox 2000-01 Michaela Pavlickova 2001-02 Jalie Mitchell 2002-03 Shala Reese 2003-04 Anna Petrakova 2004-05 Tiffany Porter-Talbert 2005-06 Chrissy Givens 2006-07 Chrissy Givens 2007-08 Crystal Kelly 2008-09 Alysha Clark 2009-10 Alysha Clark 2010-11 Chastity Reed 2011-12 Jerica Coley 2012-13 Jerica Coley 2013-14 Aundrea Gamble 2014-15 Aundrea Gamble

TEAM ODU WKU UNCC ODU USF USA UAB TECH ASU ASU TECH TECH TECH TECH TECH TECH TECH DU NT WKU UL-L WKU MT MT WKU MT MT LR FIU FIU ASU ASU

DEFENSIVE STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR YEAR PLAYER TEAM 1996-97 LaQuan Stallworth TECH 1997-98 Amanda Wilson TECH 1998-99 Dalma Iványi FIU 1999-00 Tamicha Jackson TECH 2000-01 Ayana Walker TECH 2001-02 Rosalyn Reades NT 2002-03 Patrice Holmes MT 2003-04 Keisha McClinic MT 2004-05 Patrice Holmes MT 2005-06 Chrissy Givens MT 2006-07 Chrissy Givens MT 2007-08 Amber Holt MT 2008-09 Chelisa Lymon MT 2009-10 Jackie Pickel MT 2010-11 Shanika Butler LR 2011-12 Teri Stamps FAU 2012-13 Chastity Gooch WKU 2013-14 Chastity Gooch WKU 2014-15 Ka’Nesheia Cobbins LR

COACH OF THE YEAR YEAR COACH 1982-83 Paul Sanderford 1983-84 Marianne Stanley 1984-85 Bill Ivey Marianne Stanley 1985-86 Paul Sanderford 1986-87 Mike Dunavant 1987-88 Wendy Larry 1988-89 Trudi Lacey 1989-90 Jeannie Milling 1990-91 Paul Sanderford 1991-92 Jerry Ann Winters 1992-93 Jerry Ann Winters Leon Barmore 1993-94 Leon Barmore 1994-95 David McKey 1995-96 Leon Barmore 1996-97 Leon Barmore 1997-98 Leon Barmore 1998-99 Leon Barmore 1999-00 Pam Tanner 2000-01 Pam Tanner 2001-02 Cindy Russo 2002-03 Mary Taylor-Cowles 2003-04 Brian Boyer 2004-05 Brian Boyer J. Kelley Hall 2005-06 Mary Taylor-Cowles 2006-07 Rick Insell 2007-08 Mary Taylor-Cowles 2008-09 Rick Insell 2009-10 Joe Foley 2010-11 Joe Foley 2011-12 Rick Insell 2012-13 Michelle Clark-Heard 2013-14 Brian Boyer 2014-15 Joe Foley

TEAM WKU ODU UAB ODU WKU VCU ODU USF UAB WKU ASU ASU TECH TECH LAMAR TECH TECH TECH TECH DU DU FIU WKU ASU ASU UL-L WKU MT WKU MT LR LR MT WKU ASU LR

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR YEAR PLAYER 1991-92 Tamika Coley 1992-93 Vickie Johnson 1993-94 Bobbie Cole 1994-95 Lisa McMahon 1995-96 Monica Maxwell 1996-97 Julie Hagood 1997-98 Jwanda Roberson 1998-99 Kristina Covington 1999-00 Muci Haris 2000-01 Amber Obaze 2001-02 Patrice Holmes 2002-03 Tiffany Porter-Talbert 2003-04 Whitney Woodard 2004-05 Crystal Kelly 2005-06 Renee Renz 2006-07 Kim Sitzmann

TEAM UCF TECH UTPA LAMAR TECH ASU LAMAR WKU LR TECH MT WKU USA WKU LR LR

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Arnika Brown Katelyn Murdoch Jasmine Godbolt Ebony Rowe Taylor Gault Loryn Goodwin Kendall Noble Rebecca Van Dijk

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR YEAR PLAYER 1995-96 Tarshia Bronner 1996-97 Alisa Burras 1997-98 Tiffany Green 1998-99 Tanisha Johnson 1999-00 Jen Ludwicki 2000-01 Nikki Weddle 2001-02 Shala Reese 2002-03 Monique Taylor 2003-04 Tiffany Washington 2004-05 JoAnna Williams 2005-06 Yolanda Jones 2006-07 Amber Holt 2007-08 Brittany Helm 2008-09 Alysha Clark

WKU DU NT MT LR NT WKU UTA

TEAM WKU TECH UL-L ASU UNO DU WKU UNO UL-L USA UL-L MT UNO MT*

* - award discontinued following the season.

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TEAMS First Team Medina Dixon Anne Donovan Helen Malone Lillie Mason Sonya Meadows Second Team Sylvia Akers Kathy Bailey Gina Brown Kami Thomas Annette Williams First Team Tracy Claxton Medina Dixon Clemette Haskins LaSandra Jenkins Candy Lucas Second Team Kathy Betz Gina Brown Mary Klinewski Regina Miller Margueritte Parker First Team Tracy Claxton Medina Dixon Clemette Haskins Lillie Mason Orphie Moore Second Team Lisa Kipple Mary Klinewski Candy Lucas Kami Thomas Kristin Wilson First Team Donna Harrington Lillie Mason Orphie Moore Kami Thomas Kristin Wilson Second Team Adrienne Goodson Clemette Haskins Sandra King Brenda Smith Annette Williams First Team Donna Harrington Clemette Haskins Orphie Moore Brenda Smith Kristin Wilson Second Team Adrienne Goodson Wanda Guyton Kelly Hoover Sandra King Adrian Vickers First Team Adrienne Goodson Tandreia Green Kelly Lyons Adrian Vickers Ella Williams Second Team Brigette Combs Wanda Guyton Kelly Hoover Sandra King Elizabeth Walker First Team Tandreia Green Wanda Guyton Kelly Hoover

1982-83 So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr.

F C G F G

ODU ODU ODU WKU UAB

Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr.

F F F G F

ODU USA WKU WKU USA

Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

F F G C G

ODU ODU WKU USA UNCC

So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

C F F G C

UAB WKU USF ODU UNCC

Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So.

F F G F F

ODU ODU WKU WKU USA

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So.

F F G G C

VCU USF UNCC WKU UNCC

F F F G C

ODU WKU USA WKU UNCC

1983-84

1984-85

1985-86 So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr.

F G F G F

ODU WKU UAB VCU USA

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

F G F G C

ODU WKU USA VCU UNCC

Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr.

F C F F F

ODU USF VCU UAB USA

Sr. So. So. So. Jr.

G F C F G

ODU WKU ODU USA USA

Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

F C G F G

WKU USF VCU UAB UNCC

F C F

WKU USF VCU

1986-87

1987-88

1988-89 Jr. Sr. Sr.

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Kelly Lyons Adrian Vickers Second Team Ginger Bennett Geraline Handsome Kim McQuarter Barbara Reedus Ella Williams First Team Tandreia Green Angela Jackson Kelly Lyons Jacque Nero Adrian Vickers Second Team Pam Gorham Angie Snyder Gina Sutko Diane Williams Sandra Williams First Team Pam Gorham Liesa Lang Jacque Nero Kim Pehlke Chanta Powell Second Team Celeste Hill Angie Snyder Mary Taylor Diane Williams Sandra Williams

Jr. Jr.

C F

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

C G G/F C F

ODU USA USF UAB ODU UNCC USA

1989-90 Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

F G F F F

WKU ODU ODU UAB USA

Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.

G G G F F

UNCC USF UAB VCU UNCC

Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

G F F G F

UNCC WKU UAB WKU USA

Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

F G F F F

ODU ODU WKU VCU UNCC

1990-91

Shantel Hardison Brenda Hatchett Barbara Hickey Uirannah Jackson Ernie Middleton Paulette Monroe Kim Pehlke Chanta Powell Sonja Tate Nicole Wilkett

1991-92 Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

G G G C G C G F G F

TECH LU LU LU UNO WKU WKU USA ASU ASU

Travesa Gant Vickie Johnson Ramona Jones Cassandra Lumpkins Paulette Monroe Kenya Robinson Sonja Tate Shyla Tucker Renee Westmoreland Danielle Whitehurst

1992-93 Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

F/C F G F C F G/F G G F

LU TECH LU UNO WKU UNO ASU ASU WKU TECH

1993-94 Dawn Beachler Sr. Veronica Cook Jr. Evevetta Crawford Jr. Gwen Doyle Jr. Travesa Gant Jr. Vickie Johnson So. Dina Jones Jr. Cassandra Lumpkins Sr. Racquel Spurlock So. Pam Thomas Sr. Shyla Tucker Sr. Debra Williams So.

F F F/C F F/C F F F C G G G

UTPA WKU ASU WKU LU TECH USA UNO TECH TECH ASU TECH

1994-95 Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

F/C F C F F F G F G G

LU WKU WKU ASU WKU UNO TECH USA LU TECH

Emma Clements Veronica Cook Tara Cosby Evevetta Crawford Gwen Doyle Kayone Hankins Vickie Johnson Dina Jones Lisa McMahon Debra Williams

Tamara Carter Danielle Featherston Vickie Johnson LaTanya Jones Phyllis Kelly Kendra Neal Racquel Spurlock Dawn Warner Lara Webb Debra Williams

1995-96 So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

F G G F F G C G G G

USA ASU TECH ASU USA TECH TECH WKU LU TECH

Alisa Burras Tamara Carter Julie Hagood Tamicha Jackson Leslie Johnson Monica Maxwell Danielle McCUL-Ley Amy Towne Laurie Townsend Amanda Wilson

1996-97 Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So.

C F G G C F F G G F

TECH USA ASU TECH WKU TECH WKU ASU WKU TECH

Jenny Anderson Alisa Burras Julie Hagood Tamicha Jackson Leslie Johnson Monica Maxwell Danielle McCUL-Ley LaQuan Stallworth Amy Towne Amanda Wilson

1997-98 Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

G C G G C F F G G F

UNO TECH ASU TECH WKU TECH WKU TECH ASU TECH

Jenny Anderson Julie Hagood Dalma Ivanyi Tamicha Jackson Tanisha Johnson Shea Lunsford Zuzana Michalcova Amanda Wilson Katashia Witcher

1998-99 Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

G G G G F F F F G

UNO ASU FIU TECH ASU WKU FIU TECH WKU

Jamie Britt Julie Hagood Tamicha Jackson Tanisha Johnson Betty Lennox Jen Ludwicki ShaRae Mansfield Michaela Pavlickova Gergana Slavtcheva Jaime Walz

1999-2000 Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr.

G G G F G G F C G/F G

WKU ASU TECH ASU TECH UNO WKU DEN FIU WKU

Keeshia Evans Brooke Lassiter Takeisha Lewis ShaRae Mansfield Jalie Mitchell Michaela Pavlickova Natalie Powers Gergana Slavtcheva Jamie Thomatis Ayana Walker

2000-01 Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

G G C F G F G F F C

ASU TECH TECH WKU NT DEN WKU FIU MT TECH

2001-02 Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

F P G F G F P G G G

USA ASU NT FIU WKU FIU NT MT DEN UNO

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

G G G G G

DEN NMSU NT USA ASU

Lyletha Gamble Jolie McKiernan Jalie Mitchell Cheryl Moody Natalie Powers Gergana Slavtcheva Shannan Stephenson Jamie Thomatis Nikki Weddle Yolanda White Honorable Mention Melissa Garcia Melanie Maynes Rosalyn Reades Taneisha Russell Rae-Anne Smith


TEAMS Kim Blanton Cormisha Cotton Sinnamonn Garrett Patrice Holmes Leslie Logsdon Jolie McKiernan Shala Reese Taneisha Russell Mandy Shafer Monique Taylor Honorable Mention Ashley Atkinson Kristina Covington Casie Lowman Lora Ruddy Mari Sanchez Alicia Cash Sinnamonn Garrett Patrice Holmes Krystle Horton Leslie Logsdon Princess Moore Anna Petrakova Tiffany Porter-Talbert Milena Tomova Whitney Woodard Honorable Mention Adrianne Davie Kim Blanton Monique Taylor Ivelina Vrancheva Catriece Webster

2002-03 Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

P P G G G F F F G G

NT FIU NMSU MT WKU ASU WKU USA FIU UNO

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

G G G F G

DEN WKU ASU UNO NMSU

F G G F G G C G F/C F

LR NMSU MT MT WKU NMSU UL-L WKU FIU USA

2003-04 Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

2004-05 Ali Carter Jr. Adriane Davie So. Patrice Holmes Sr. Crystal Kelly Fr. Leslie Logsdon Sr. Jocelyn Love So. Anna Petrakova Sr. Rudy Sims So. Tiffany-Porter Talbert Jr. Milena Tomova Sr. Honorable Mention Ashley Blanche Jr. Erika Bobo Jr. Genevieve Delk Sr. Krystle Horton So. Tia Stovall Jr. First Team Adrianne Davie Chrissy Givens Lasma Jekabsone Crystal Kelly Tiffany Porter-Talbert Second Team Erika Bobo Yolanda Jones Jocelyn Love Rudy Sims JoAnna Williams Third Team Venice Adams Mia Ajekwu Krystle Horton Tia Stovall Whitney Woodard First Team Adrianne Davie Chrissy Givens Amber Holt Yolanda Jones Crystal Kelly Second Team Kim Sitzmann Rudy Sims Tyesha Lowery Lasma Jekabsone Whitney Woodard

C P G G G

ASU NT UNO FIU ASU

G C G F G G/F C G G F/C

ASU ASU MT WKU WKU LR UL-L ASU WKU FIU

G G F/C F F

UL-L UNT USA MT MT

2005-06 Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr.

F G C F G

ASU MT FIU WKU WKU

Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

G F F/G G G

UNT UL-L LR ASU USA

Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

F C F F F

DEN UNT MT MT USA

2006-07 Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

C G F F F

ASU MT MT UL-L WKU

Fr. Sr Sr. Sr. Sr.

G G G C F

LR ASU DU FIU USA

Third Team LaQuetta Ferguson Krystle Horton Le’Della English Kylie Morrissy Dominique Duck First Team Nikya Hughes LaQuetta Ferguson Amber Holt Amy Lewis Crystal Kelly Second Team Anshel Cooper Kim Sitzmann Le’Della English Amber Jackson Dominique Duck Third Team Veronica Smith Carla Stubbs Iva Ciglar Alicia McDaniel Shannon Lloyd First Team Chastity Reed Alysha Clark Amber Jackson Kylie Morrissy Arnika Brown Second Team Anshel Cooper Monika Bosilj Jada Frazier Shakira Nettles Jessica Starling Third Team Lottie Moore Alexis Green Brandi Brown Chelsia Lymon Kenzie Rich First Team Chastity Reed Kaetlyn Murdoch Alysha Clark Brandi Brown Arnika Brown Second Team Ebonie Jefferson Britteni Rice Elisa Carey Jackie Pickel Amy McNear Third Team Kim Sitzmann Brittany Bowe Brittney James Shakira Nettles Donette McNair First Team Chastity Reed Kaetlyn Murdoch Ebony Rowe Anne Marie Lanning Arnika Brown Second Team Shanika Butler Britteni Rice Brianna Culberson Jerica Coley Mercedes Johnson Third Team Shay Scott Denetra Kellum Donette McNair Christian Shelter Amy McNear

Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So.

G F G G F

FIU MT UNO TROY WKU

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

F/C G F G F

LR FIU MT Troy WKU

So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr.

G G G F F

LR LR UNO NT WKU

So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr.

G G G G C

ASU FAU FIU UL-L ULM

So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So.

F F F G/F F

LR MT NT Troy WKU

Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

G G G G G

LR FIU UNO USA USA

Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

G F F G G

ULM UL-L MT MT WKU

Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr.

F F F F F

LR DU MT MT WKU

Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

G G F G G

ASU DU FIU MT WKU

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

G G G G F

LR FAU NT USA Troy

Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr.

F F F G F

LR DU MT MT WKU

Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

G G F G F

LR DU DU FIU UL-L

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

F G F F G

ASU NT Troy USA WKU

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

First Team Taylor Gault Kaetlyn Murdoch Jerica Coley Ebony Rowe Kortni Jones Second Team Jane Morrill Marian Kursh Emiko Smith Chenise Miller Icelyn Elie Third Team Fanni Hutlassa Larrie Williams Jasmine Godbolt Mansa El LaTeira Owens First Team Jerica Coley Kortni Jones Ebony Rowe Chastity Gooch Alexis Govan Second Team Taylor Ford Jane Morrill Chenise Miller Icelyn Elie Joanna Harden Third Team Marita Davydova Ashleigh Simmons Loryn Goodwin Alexis Hyder Mary Nixon First Team Taylor Gault Aundrea Gamble Ashleigh Simmons Joanna Harden Chastity Gooch Second Team Jane Morrill Desherra Nwanguma Ashley Ezeh Ashley Beverly-Kelley Kendall Noble Third Team Taylor Ford Kendra Long Brooklyn Arceneaux Meghan Dunn Micah Jones

Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr.

G F G F G

LR DU FIU MT MT

So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr.

F C G F F

ASU LR DU FAU MT

RS-Sr. Sr. Jr. RS-Jr. Sr.

G C F G F

FIU ULM NT USA WKU

Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So.

G G F F G

FIU MT MT WKU WKU

Jr. Jr. RS-Jr. Sr. Jr.

G F F F G

LR ASU FAU MT Troy

Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

C F G F G

FIU ULM NT NT USA

Jr. RS-So. Sr. Sr. Jr.

G G F G F

LR ASU ULM TROY WKU

Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr.

F C C G G

ASU UTA TXST Troy WKU

Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So.

G G G G G

LR GSU UL-L USA WKU

F G G G F

APP LR ASU TROY TROY

G G C C G

LR LR ULM UTA TXST

F F G G G

ASU ASU UL-L UL-L USA

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15 First Team Maryah Sydnor Sr. Taylor Gault Sr. Aundrea Gamble RS-Jr. Ashley Beverly-Kelley Jr. Ronita Garrett Sr. Second Team Ka’Nesheia Cobbins Sr. Alexius Dawn Jr. Sharnice Brooks Sr. Rebekah Van Dijk Fr. Erin Peoples Jr. Third Team Khadija Brown-Haywood Jr. Jasmine Hunt Sr. Keke Veal Jr. Kia Wilridge Jr. Breanna Hall Sr.

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INDIVIDUAL AWARDS National Player of the Year & Naismith Trophy 1983 - Anne Donovan, Old Dominion All-Americans Kristi Burns, South Florida Honorable Mention/AP (1983) Alisa Burras, Louisiana Tech Honorable Mention/AP (1997) Honorable Mention/Kodak (1997) 2nd/AP (1998) USBWA (1998) Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee 3rd/AP (2009) WBCA (2009) 2nd/CBSsports.com (2009) 2nd/AP (2010) USBWA (2010) WBCA (2010) Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-American First Team (2010) Marcey Clement, South Alabama American Women’s Sports Federation/All-Freshman (1990) Jerica Coley, FIU Honorable Mention/AP (2013) Honorable Mention/AP (2012) Honorable Mention/WBCA (2013) Honorable Mention/WBCA (2012) Medina Dixon, Old Dominion Kodak (1985) Anne Donovan, Old Dominion Kodak (1983) Gwen Doyle, WKU Hon. Men/AP Hon. Men. USBWA (1995) Aundrea Gamble, Arkansas State Honorable Mention/WBCA (2015) Tandreia Green, WKU Off-The-Glass All-Freshman (1987) Chrissy Givens, Middle Tennessee 2nd/AP (2007) USBWA (2007) Jada Frazier, New Orleans Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-American Second Team (2009) Joanna Harden, Troy Honorable Mention/AP (2013) Honorable Mention/WBCA (2013) Shantel Hardison, Louisiana Tech 1st/Women’s Basketball, District 6/Kodak (1992) Clemette Haskins, WKU 2nd/Women’s Basketball All-Freshman (1984) 2nd/Women’s Basketball News (1986) Naismith (1987) Amber Holt, Middle Tennessee 3rd/AP (2008) WBCA (2008) First Team/CBSsports.com (2008) USBWA (2008) Dalma Iványi, Florida International 3rd/AP (1999) 4th/Women’s Basketball Journal (1999) Honorable Mention/Basketball Times (1999) Tamicha Jackson, Louisiana Tech 3rd/Basketball Times (1999) Honorable Mention/AP (1999) Honorable Mention/Kodak (1999) Kodak (2000) 3rd/Associated Press (2000) GTE Academic All-American (2000) Leslie Johnson, WKU Honorable Mention/AP (1998) Vickie Johnson, Louisiana Tech 1st/USBWA, 2nd/Basketball Times (1995) 2nd/AP, WBCA Kodak (1995) WBCA Kodak, 1st/AP, 1st/UPI (1996) 1st/Basketball Times (1996) Crystal Kelly, WKU Honorable Mention/AP (2007) Honorable Mention/AP (2008) WBCA (2008) Betty Lennox, Louisiana Tech 3rd/Associated Press (2000) 1st/Women’s Basketball News Service (2000) Candy Lucas, UNC Charlotte Hon. Men./Women’s Basketball Yearbook (1985) National Sports Foundation (1985) ShaRae Mansfield, WKU 3rd/Women’s Basketball News Service (2000) Lillie Mason, WKU 3rd/Women’s Basketball News Service (1983) 1st/Kodak (1986) 1st/Women’s Basketball News Service (1986)

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Lisa McMahon, Lamar Honorable Mention/USBWA (1995) Orphie Moore, South Alabama American Women’s Sports Federation (1986, ‘87) Kendra Neal, Louisiana Tech Honorable Mention/AP (1996) Honorable Mention/Basketball Times (1996) Debbie O’Connell, WKU 3rd/Women’s Basketball News Service/All-Freshman (1986) Michaela Pavlickova, Denver 5th/Women’s Basketball Journal (2001) Honorable Mention/AP (2001) Chastity Reed, Little Rock Honorable Mention/AP (2010) Stephanie Richardson, South Alabama American Women’s Sports Federation/All-Freshman (1988) Honorable Mention/American Women’s Sports Federation (1989, ‘90) Ebony Rowe, Middle Tennessee Honorable Mention/AP (2013) Honorable Mention/WBCA (2013) Racquel Spurlock, Louisiana Tech Honorable Mention/AP (1995) Honorable Mention/Basketball Times (1996) Honorable Mention/AP (1996) Kami Thomas, WKU 2nd/Women’s Basketball News Service (1986) Amy Towne, Arkansas State 3rd/GTE Academic All-American Team (1998) Adrian Vickers, South Alabama American Women’s Sports Federation (1988) 1st/American Women’s Sports Fed. (1989, ‘90) Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech 4th/Basketball Times (2001) Honorable Mention/AP (2001) Dawn Warner, WKU Honorable Mention/Basketball Times (1996) Debra Williams, Louisiana Tech Honorable Mention/AP, (1995) Honorable Mention/USBWA (1995) Kodak (1996) 2nd/AP (1996) Honorable Mention/UPI (1996) 2nd/Basketball Times (1996) Ella Williams, South Alabama American Women’s Sports Federation (1988) 2nd/American Women’s Sports Fed. (1989) Amanda Wilson, Louisiana Tech 2nd/Basketball Times (1998) Honorable Mention/AP (1998) Kodak (1999) Basketball Times (1999) 2nd/AP (1999) 4th/Women’s Basketball Journal (1999) Kristin Wilson, UNC Charlotte Honorable Mention/Women’s Basketball Yearbook (1985, ‘86, ‘87) United States Olympic Team Anne Donovan, Old Dominion -1980, 84, 88 Venus Lacy, Louisiana Tech -1996 Pan American Games Venus Lacy, Louisiana Tech - 1991 Danielle McCulley, WKU -1999 World University Games Terri Mann, WKU - 1987 Michaela Pavlickova, Denver - 1999 Lena Soupkova, Arkansas State - 1999 Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech - 1999 Junior World Championships Racquel Spurlock, Louisiana Tech - 1993 Tamicha Jackson, Louisiana Tech - 1997 R. William Jones Cup Racquel Spurlock, Louisiana Tech - 1994 United States Olympic Festival Terri Mann, WKU - 1986 Traci Patton, WKU - 1991 Nicole Collins, Louisiana Tech - 1991 Gwen Doyle, WKU Amy Brown, Louisiana Tech - 1993 Veronica Cook, WKU - 1993 Missy Jackson, WKU - 1993 Sha’Ronda Allen, WKU - 1995 Monica Maxwell, Louisiana Tech - 1995


OF THE WEEK ARCHIVE 1984-85 D1..............Dawn CUL-Len, ODU D8..............Orphie Moore, USA D15............Kristin Wilson, UNCC D29............Tracy Claxton, ODU J5...............Clemette Haskins, WKU J12.............Robin Jones, VCU J19.............Sandra King, UAB J26.............Orphie Moore, USA F2..............Candy Lucas, UNCC F9..............Lisa Kipple, VCU F16............Kami Thomas, WKU F23............Lillie Mason, WKU

1989-90 D5..............Kelly Hoover, VCU D12............Leslie Davis, ODU D19............Wanda Guyton, USF J3...............Kelly Lyons, ODU J9...............Ella Williams, USA J16.............Tandreia Green, WKU J23.............Kim McQuarter, ODU J30.............Adrian Vickers, USA F6..............Kelly Lyons, ODU F13............Tandreia Green, WKU F20............Lisa Stielper, VCU F27............Kelly Lyons, ODU

1985-86 D1..............Donna Harrington, ODU D8..............Sandra King, UAB D15............Kami Thomas, WKU D29............Lillie Mason, WKU ..................Brenda Smith, VCU J5...............Lillie Mason, WKU J12.............Kristin Wilson, UNCC J19.............Brenda Smith, VCU J26.............Orphie Moore, USA F2..............Kami Thomas, WKU F9..............Kristin Wilson, UNCC F16............Orphie Moore, USA F23............Kelly Hoover, VCU M2..............Adrienne Goodson, ODU

1990-91 D3.............. Stephanie Richardson, USA D10............Diane Williams, VCU D17............Mary Taylor, WKU J2...............Jacque Nero, UAB J7...............Kristi Poore, USF J14.............Kim Norman, WKU J21.............Pat Gorham, UNCC J28.............Renee Bellamy, USF F4..............Chanta Powell, USA F11............Jacque Nero, UAB F18............Celeste Hill, ODU F25............Jacque Nero, UAB

1986-87 D7..............Wanda Guyton, USF D14............Brenda Smith, VCU D21............Angela King, UAB J4...............Wanda Guyton, USF J11.............Tandreia Green, WKU J18.............Adrian Vickers, USA J25.............Brenda Smith, VCU F1..............Kristin Wilson, UNCC F8..............Orphie Moore, USA F15............Adrienne Goodson, ODU F22............Clemette Haskins, WKU M1..............Donna Harrington, ODU 1987-88 D6..............Adrian Vickers, USA D13............Kelly Hoover, VCU D20............Wanda Guyton, USF D27............Adrienne Goodson, ODU J3...............Brigette Combs, WKU J10.............Kelly Lyons, ODU J17.............Wanda Guyton, USF J24.............Ella Williams, USA J31.............Adrienne Goodson, ODU F7..............Elizabeth Walker, UNCC F14............Tandreia Green, WKU F21............Ella Williams, USA F28............Sandra King, UAB 1988-89 D5..............Kelly Hoover, VCU D12............Leslie Davis, ODU D19............Wanda Guyton, USF J3...............Kelly Lyons, ODU J9...............Ella Williams, USA J16.............Tandreia Green, WKU J23.............Kim McQuarter, ODU J30.............Adrian Vickers, USA F6..............Kelly Lyons, ODU F13............Tandreia Green, WKU F20............Lisa Stielper, VCU F27............Kelly Lyons, ODU

1991-92 D1..............Sonja Tate, ASU D8.............. Alyya Abdur-Rahman, UTPA D15............Nicole Wilkett, ASU D22............Paulette Monroe, WKU J5...............Tamika Coley, UCF J12.............Nicole Wilkett, ASU J19.............Chanta Powell, USA J26.............Sonja Tate, ASU F2..............Debbie Payne, UNO F9..............Shantel Hardison, Tech F16............Uirannah Jackson, LU F23............Kim Pehlke, WKU

1994-95 D 5.............Karen Degon, LU D 12...........Evevetta Crawford, ASU D19............Dina Jones, USA J2...............Tara Cosby, WKU J9...............Lisa McMahon, LU J16.............Tara Cosby, WKU J23.............Kayone Hankins, UNO J30.............Lisa McMahon, LU F6..............Vickie Johnson, Tech F13............Debra Williams, Tech F20............Gwen Doyle, WKU F27............Emma Clements, LU M6..............Jodie Porter, UTPA 1995-96 D4..............LaTanya Jones, ASU D11............Debra Williams, Tech D18............Phyllis Kelly, USA J8...............Lara Webb, Lamar J15.............Phyllis Kelly, USA J22.............Tamara Carter, USA J29.............Racquel Spurlock, Tech F5..............Dawn Warner, WKU F12............Phyllis Kelly, USA F19............Danielle Featherston, ASU F26............Lara Webb, LU M4..............Lara Webb, LU 1996-97 D2..............Denise Scally, LU D9..............Alisa Burras, Tech D16............Tamara Carter, USA J6...............Tamara Carter, USA J13.............Amy Towne, ASU J20.............Monica Maxwell, Tech J27.............Alisa Burras, Tech F3..............Danielle McCUL-Ley, WKU F10............Amy Towne, ASU F17............Tamara Carter, USA F24............Sue Syljebeck, UNO M3..............Alisa Burras, Tech

1992-93 D6..............Ramona Jones, LU D14............Sonja Tate, ASU D21............Kenya Robinson, UNO J3...............Sonja Tate, ASU J10.............Danielle Whitehurst, Tech J16.............Paulette Monroe, WKU J23.............Sonja Tate, ASU J31.............Vickie Johnson, Tech F7..............Amy Brown, Tech F14............Sonja Tate, ASU F21............ Renee Westmoreland, WKU M1..............Travesa Gant, LU M8..............Dawn Beachler, UTPA

1997-98 D1..............Amanda Wilson, Tech D8..............Jenny Anderson, UNO D15............Jenny Anderson, UNO J5...............Amanda Wilson, Tech J12.............Vasso Beskaki, UNO J19.............Danielle McCUL-Ley, WKU J26.............Danielle McCUL-Ley, WKU F2..............Alisa Burras, Tech F9..............Tiffany Green, UL-L F16............Christina Barry, ASU F23............Tamicha Jackson, Tech M2..............Amanda Wilson, Tech

1993-94 D6..............Cassandra Lumpkins, UNO D13............Travesa Gant, LU D20............Dawn Beachler, UTPA J3...............Shyla Tucker, ASU J10.............Kayone Hankins, UNO J17.............Shyla Tucker, ASU J24.............Pam Thomas, Tech J31.............Shyla Tucker, ASU F7..............Travesa Gant, LU F14............Gwen Doyle, WKU F21............Dawn Beachler, UTPA F28............Debra Williams, Tech

1998-99 N30............Shea Lunsford, WKU D7..............Shea Lunsford, WKU D14............Tanisha Johnson, ASU J4...............Zuzana Michalcovรก, FIU J11.............Amanda Wilson, Tech J18.............ShaRae Mansfield, WKU J25.............Tamicha Jackson, Tech F1..............Amanda Wilson, Tech F8..............Zuzana Michalcovรก, FIU F15............Tanisha Johnson, ASU F22............Erin Kelly, UNO M1..............ShaRae Mansfield, WKU

1999-2000 N29............Marylou Agustin, UNO D6..............Julie Hagood, ASU D13............Erika Gilbeaux, UL-L D20............Jessica Webb, USA J3...............Betty Lennox, Tech J10.............Jen Ludwicki, UNO J17.............Jamie Britt, WKU J24.............Betty Lennox, Tech J31.............ShaRae Mansfield, WKU F7..............ShaRae Mansfield, WKU F14............Gergana Slavtcheva, FIU F21............ShaRae Mansfield, WKU F28............Tamicha Jackson, Tech M6..............Tamicha Jackson, Tech 2000-01 N27............Ayana Walker, Tech D4..............Gergana Slavtcheva, FIU D11............Natalie Powers, WKU D18............Jamie Thomatis, MT J1...............Joi Gopher, USA J8...............Misa Pavlickova, DEN J15.............Gergana Slavtcheva, FIU J22.............Gergana Slavtcheva, FIU J29.............Misa Pavlickova, DEN F5..............Jamie Thomatis, MT F12............ShaRae Mansfield, WKU F19............Misa Pavlickova, DEN F26............Jamie Thomatis, MT 2001-02 N19............Ivana Stojkovic, NMSU N26............Andrea Haegele, UNO D3..............Jamie Thomatis, MT D10............Gergana Slavtcheva, FIU D17............Sarah Richey, UL-L D24............Ashley Atkinson, DEN D31............Nikki Weddle, DEN J7...............Cheryl Moody, FIU J14.............Yolanda White, UNO J21.............Jalie Mitchell, NT J28.............Cheryl Moody, FIU F4..............Jalie Mitchell, NT F11............Cheryl Moody, FIU F18............Darci Cassidy, LR F25............Nikki Weddle, DEN 2002-03 N26............Kristina Covington, WKU D3..............Ivelina Vrancheva, FIU D10............Mari Sanchez, NMSU D17............Cormisha Cotton, FIU D23............Taneisha Russell, USA D30............Mandy Shafer, FIU J6...............Lora Ruddy, UNO J13.............Patrice Holmes, MT J20.............Taneisha Russell, USA J27.............Leslie Logsdon, WKU F3..............Sinnamonn Garrett, NMSU F10............Patrice Holmes, MT F17............Taneisha Russell, USA F24............Lora Ruddy, UNO M3..............Sinnamonn Garrett, NMSU

Sun Belt Conference - 85


OF THE WEEK ARCHIVE 2003-04 N25............Patrice Holmes, MT D1..............Rudy Sims, ASU D8..............Patrice Holmes, MT D15............Anna Petrakova, UL-L D23............Princess Moore, NMSU J5...............Whitney Woodard, USA J12.............Anna Petrakova, UL-L J19.............Whitney Woodard, USA J26.............Carla Bartee, WKU F2..............Kim Blanton, NT F9..............Krystle Horton, MT F16............Ali Carter, ASU F23............ Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU M1..............Leslie Logsdon, WKU 2004-05 N23............Anna Petrakova, UL-L N30............Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU D7..............Milena Tomova, FIU D14............Crystal Kelly, WKU D21............Milena Tomova, FIU D28............Krystle Horton, MT J4...............Monique Bribiescas, NMSU J11.............Ali Carter, ASU J18.............Milena Tomova, FIU J25.............Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU F1..............Erica Howard, NT F8..............Leslie Logsdon, WKU F15............Crystal Kelly, WKU F22............Adrianne Davie, ASU M1..............Tia Stovall, MT 2005-06 N22............Crystal Kelly, WKU N29............Crystal Kelly, WKU D6..............Chrissy Givens, MT D13............Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU D20............Tiffany Porter-Talbert, WKU J3...............Lasma Jekabsone, FIU J10.............Chrissy Givens, MT J17.............Yolanda Jones, UL-L J24.............Adrianne Davie, ASU J31.............Crystal Kelly, WKU F7..............Whitney Woodard, USA F14............Jocelyn Love, LR F23............Chrissy Givens, MT F28............Mia Ajekwu, UNT 2006-07 N14............Amber Holt, MT N21............Chrissy Givens, MT N28............Adrianne Davie, ASU D5..............Crystal Kelly, WKU D12............Chrissy Givens, MT D19............Rudy Sims, ASU J8...............Crystal Kelly, WKU J15.............Yolanda Jones, UL-L J22.............Chrissy Givens, MT J29.............Crystal Kelly, WKU F5..............Amber Holt, MT F12............Adrianne Davie, ASU F19............Crystal Kelly, WKU F26............Yolanda Jones, UL-L

86 - Sun Belt Conference

2007-08 N13............Kenzie Rich, WKU N20............Amber Holt, MT N27............Crystal Kelly, WKU D4..............Crystal Kelly, WKU D11............LaQuetta Ferguson, FIU D18............Amber Holt, MT J7...............Amber Holt, MT J14.............Lottie Moore, ULM J21.............Nikya Hughes, LR J28.............Amber Holt, MT F4..............Crystal Kelly, WKU F11............Anshel Copper, LR F18............Amber Holt, MT F25............Crystal Kelly, WKU M3..............Anshel Copper, LR

2011-12 N15............Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver N22............Jane Morrill, ASU N29............Tamara Torru, NT D6..............Jerica Coley, FIU D13............Ebony Rowe, MT D20............Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver J2...............Ebony Rowe, MT J9...............Jerica Coley, FIU J16.............Sarda Peterson, USA J23.............Ebony Rowe, MT J30.............Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver F6..............Sarda Peterson, USA F13............Jerica Coley, FIU F20............Marian Kursh, LR F27............Ebony Rowe, MT

2008-09 N18............Arnika Brown, WKU N25............Alysha Clark, MT D12............Alysha Clark, MT D19............Kim Sitzmann, LR D26............Amber Jackson, NT J5...............Chastity Reed, LR J12.............Arnika Brown, WKU J19.............Alysha Clark, MT J26.............Chastity Reed, LR F2..............Alysha Clark, MT F9..............Amy McNear, WKU F16............Alysha Clark, MT F23............Breana Turner, FAU M2..............Alysha Clark, MT

2012-13 N13............Ebony Rowe, MT N2..............Chastity Gooch, WKU N27............Jerica Coley, FIU D4..............Alexis Govan, WKU D11............Ebony Rowe, MT D18............Jerica Coley, FIU J7...............Alexis Govan, WKU J14.............Ebony Rowe, MT J21.............Alexis Govan, WKU J28.............Jerica Coley, FIU F4..............Alexis Hyder, NT F11............Joanna Harden, TROY F18............Jerica Coley, FIU F25............Taylor Ford, LR M4..............Ashleigh Simmons, ULM

2009-10 N17............Alysha Clark, MT N24............Amy McNear, WKU D1..............Chastity Reed, LR D8..............Chastity Reed, LR D15............Alysha Clark, MT D22............Alysha Clark, MT J4...............Chastity Reed, LR J11.............Tashley Gaines, USA J18.............Alysha Clark, MT J25.............Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver F1..............Ebonie Jefferson, ASU F8..............Lyrell Barfield, FAU F15............Mercedes Johnson, UL-L F22............Alysha Clark, MT M1..............Alysha Clark, MT 2010-11 N16............Ebony Rowe, MT N23............Britteni Rice, Denver N30............Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver ..................Jerica Coley, FIU D7..............Brianna Culberson, Denver D14............Ebony Rowe, MT D21............Chastity Reed, LR J4...............Ebony Rowe, MT J10.............Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver J17.............Dentra Kellum, NT J24.............Brianna Culberson, Denver J31.............Jerica Coley, FIU F7..............Icelyn Elie, MT F14............Ebony Rowe, MT F21............Shania Hurst, ASU F28............Chastity Reed, LR

2013-14 N12............Aundrea Gamble, ASU N19............Chastity Gooch, WKU N26............Aundrea Gamble, ASU D3..............Kendra Long, GSU D10............Joanna Harden, TROY D17............Ashley Ezeh, TXST J6...............Chastity Gooch, WKU J13.............Taylor Gault, LR J20.............Joanna Harden, TROY J27.............Chastity Gooch, WKU F3..............Erin Peoples, TXST F10............Desherra Nwanguma, UTA F17............Kendall Noble, WKU F24............Kendra Long, GSU M3..............Ashleigh Simmons, ULM M10............Aundrea Gamble, ASU 2014-15 N18............Ka’Nesheia Cobbins, LR N25............Maryah Sydnor, APP D2..............Kaitlyn Pratt, LR D9..............Caitlyn Ramirez, TROY D16............Taylor Gault, LR J5...............Aundrea Gamble, ASU J12.............Aundrea Gamble, ASU J19.............Ronita Garrett, TROY J26.............Sharnice Brooks, ULM F2..............Aundrea Gamble, ASU F9..............Alisha Andrews, GSU F16............Keanna Keys, LR F23............Ashley Beverly-Kelley, TROY M2..............Ronita Garrett, TROY M9..............Jasmine Hunt, ASU


TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1983

1988

1993

(ODU Field House; Norfolk, Va.)

(USF Sun Dome; Tampa, Fla.)

(Thomas Assembly Center; Ruston, La.)

First Round

First Round

First Round

WKU 87, VCU 43

Alabama-Birmingham 77, UNC Charlotte 61

New Orleans 66, South Alabama 58

South Alabama 88, South Florida 60

South Alabama 79, VCU 49

WKU 96, UL Lafayette 37

Alabama-Birmingham 75, UNC Charlotte 53

WKU 75, South Florida 47

Arkansas State 70, Texas-Pan American 53

Semifinals

Semifinals

Semifinals

WKU 69, South Alabama 67

Old Dominion 66, Alabama-Birmingham 59

Louisiana Tech 67, New Orleans 60

Old Dominion 102, Alabama-Birmingham 79

WKU 72, South Alabama 59

WKU 73, Arkansas State 70

Championship

Championship

Championship

Old Dominion 78, WKU 67

WKU 74, Old Dominion 69

WKU 81, Louisiana Tech 73

1984

1989

1994

(ODU Field House; Norfolk, Va.)

(E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

(E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

First Round

First Round

First Round

South Alabama 82, Alabama-Birmingham 63

Old Dominion 74, Alabama-Birmingham 60

New Orleans 72, Lamar 66

UNC Charlotte 74, VCU 47

VCU 82, South Florida 73

Tech 80, Texas-Pan American 34

WKU 83, South Florida 42

WKU 81, UNC Charlotte 50

Arkansas State 78, UL Lafayette 35

Semifinals

Semifinals

WKU 84, South Alabama 46

South Alabama 61, UNC Charlotte 57

South Alabama 86, VCU 78

Semifinals

Old Dominion 80, WKU 60

WKU 93, Old Dominion 58

Louisiana Tech 50, New Orleans 42

Championship

Championship

WKU 61, Arkansas State 52

Old Dominion 78, South Alabama 69

WKU 67, South Alabama 54

Championship Louisiana Tech 68, WKU 43

1990

1985

(ODU Field House; Norfolk, Va.)

(ODU Field House; Norfolk, Va.)

1995

First Round

First Round

WKU 85, South Florida 64

Old Dominion 81, South Alabama 72

First Round

South Alabama 69, VCU 66

UNC Charlotte 81, South Florida 76

Lamar 85, South Alabama 76

Alabama-Birmingham 73, UNC Charlotte 68

Alabama-Birmingham 75, VCU 69

WKU 88, UL Lafayette 41

Semifinals

Semifinals

Arkansas State 88, New Orleans 82

WKU 87, South Alabama 82 (ot)

Old Dominion 73, WKU 65

Louisiana Tech 95, Texas-Pan American 34

Old Dominion 95, Alabama-Birmingham 57

Alabama-Birmingham 74, UNC Charlotte 67

Semifinals

Championship

Championship

WKU 76, Lamar 70

Old Dominion 76, WKU 63

Old Dominion 72, Alabama-Birmingham 57

Louisiana Tech 72, Arkansas State 51

(Thomas Assembly Center; Ruston, La.)

Championship 1986

1991

(E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

(UAB Arena; Birmingham, Ala.)

WKU 71, Louisiana Tech 68

First Round

First Round

Old Dominion 91, South Florida 56

WKU 91, South Florida 69

Alabama-Birmingham 62, VCU 52

UNC Charlotte 69, VCU 66

First Round

South Alabama 63, UNC Charlotte 48

Old Dominion 70, South Alabama 67

Lamar 70, South Alabama 65

Semifinals

Semifinals

Louisiana Tech 89, UL Lafayette 37

Old Dominion 65, South Alabama 63

Alabama-Birmingham 74, Old Dominion 69

WKU 95, Texas-Pan American 50

WKU 80, Alabama-Birmingham 53

WKU 75, UNC Charlotte 61

New Orleans 72, Arkansas State 54

Championship

Championship

Semifinals

WKU 69, Old Dominion 61

WKU 81, Alabama-Birmingham 73

Louisiana Tech 86, Lamar 46

1996 (Convocation Center; Jonesboro, Ark.)

WKU 89, New Orleans 63 1987

1992

(ODU Field House; Norfolk, Va.)

(E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

Championship Louisiana Tech 71, WKU 53

First Round

First Round

WKU 80, UNC Charlotte 47

Lamar 104, Texas-Pan American 64

1997

VCU 86, Alabama-Birmingham 71

Arkansas State 74, New Orleans 55

(E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

Old Dominion 84, South Florida 34

Louisiana Tech 73, South Alabama 41

First Round

Semifinals

WKU 89, Central Florida 45

New Orleans 85, Texas-Pan American 60

South Alabama 80, WKU 75

Semifinals

Louisiana Tech 100, Lamar 42

Old Dominion 90, VCU 63

Arkansas State 76, Lamar 63

WKU 103, UL Lafayette 36

Championship

WKU 72, Louisiana Tech 66 (OT)

Arkansas State 70, South Alabama 51

Old Dominion 64, South Alabama 61

Championship

Semifinals

WKU 65, Arkansas State 62

Louisiana Tech 87, New Orleans 59 WKU 76, Arkansas State 61 Championship Louisiana Tech 80, WKU 68

Sun Belt Conference - 87


TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1998

2002

2006

(Thomas Assembly Center; Ruston, La.)

(Lakefront Arena; New Orleans, La.)

(The Murphy Center; Murfreesboro, Tenn.)

First Round

First Round

First Round

Arkansas State 78, South Alabama 59

New Orleans 51, Arkansas State, 47 (OT)

South Alabama 48, Little Rock 34

WKU 113, Lamar 47

New Mexico State 56, Little Rock, 54

Arkansas State 68, Troy 62

Louisiana Tech 91, Texas-Pan American 56

Middle Tennessee 90, UL Lafayette, 59

FIU 69, New Orleans 46

New Orleans 66, UL Lafayette 63

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

North Texas 75, New Orleans, 49

Middle Tennessee 84, UL Lafayette 58

WKU 103, Arkansas State 88

FIU 88, New Mexico State, 57

WKU 83, South Alabama 68

Louisiana Tech 91, New Orleans 54

WKU 64, South Alabama, 49

Arkansas State 78, North Texas 62

Championship

Denver 78, Middle Tennessee, 63

FIU 68, Denver 59

Louisiana Tech 69, WKU 68

Semifinals

Semifinals

North Texas 84, WKU, 52

Middle Tennessee 90, Arkansas State 64

FIU 80, Denver, 65

WKU 66, FIU 58

Championship

Championship

FIU 66, North Texas 49

Middle Tennessee 84, WKU 73

1999 (Convocation Center; Jonesboro, Ark.) First Round WKU 91, South Alabama 70

2003

2007

(E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

(The Cajundome; Lafayette, La.)

FIU 73, UL Lafayette 42 Arkansas State 87, New Orleans 85 (OT) Semifinals

First Round

First Round - Campus Sites

FIU 76, WKU 65

Arkansas State 66, Denver 59

Denver 65, Florida Atlantic 41

Louisiana Tech 114, Arkansas State 67

North Texas 70, Little Rock 59

Little Rock 67, New Orleans 30

Championship

FIU 77, UL Lafayette 41

Arkansas State 69, ULM 56

Louisiana Tech 84, FIU 60

Quarterfinals

FIU 61, Troy 49

Arkansas State 64, New Mexico State 60

South Alabama 52, North Texas 44

WKU 65, North Texas 53

Quarterfinals

Middle Tennessee 69, New Orleans 55

Middle Tennessee 79, South Alabama 52

First Round

South Alabama 74, FIU 57

Denver 62, Little Rock 60

South Alabama 73, Little Rock 58

Semifinals

UL Lafayette 67, FIU 49

Quarterfinals

Middle Tennessee 65, Arkansas State 52

Arkansas State 76, WKU 67

Arkansas State 76, Denver 69

WKU 62, South Alabama 53

Semifinals

Louisiana Tech 95, South Alabama 51

Championship

Middle Tennessee 76, Denver 50

WKU 80, UL Lafayette 70

WKU 86, Middle Tennessee 83

UL Lafayette 62, Arkansas State 59

2000 (E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

Championship

FIU 64, New Orleans 60 2004

Semifinals Louisiana Tech 91, Arkansas State 81

Middle Tennessee 77, UL Lafayette 67

(E.A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, Ky.)

WKU 77, FIU 67

Quarterfinals

Championship

Denver 47, South Alabama 45

Louisiana Tech 97, WKU 94

New Mexico State 71, Arkansas State 65 (2OT)

First Round - Campus Sites

Middle Tennessee 81, North Texas 66

North Texas 75, New Orleans 62

WKU 85, UL Lafayette 68

FIU 68, Denver 57

Semifinals

Arkansas State 68, Florida Atlantic 50

First Round

Middle Tennessee 64, Denver 61

South Alabama 49, UL Lafayette 40

South Alabama 59, Arkansas State 54

WKU 71, New Mexico State 56

Troy 66, ULM 65

WKU 96, New Mexico State 57

Championship

Quarterfinals

Middle Tennessee 78, UL Lafayette 59

Middle Tennessee 79, WKU 57

WKU 61, North Texas 53

2001 (Mitchell Center; Mobile, Ala.)

2008 (The Mitchell Center; Mobile, Ala.)

Arkansas State 53, South Alabama 52

New Orleans 72, Little Rock 62 2005

Quarterfinals

(The Super Pit; Denton, Texas)

Denver 51, South Alabama 41

Little Rock 57, FIU 52 Middle Tennessee 74, Troy 51

Louisiana Tech 86, WKU 63

First Round

Semifinals

North Texas 72, Middle Tennessee 54

Little Rock 50, Denver 48

WKU 70, Arkansas State 56

FIU 98, New Orleans 76

FIU 48, New Mexico State 45

Middle Tennessee 57, Little Rock 45

Semifinals

Middle Tennessee 73, New Orleans 30

Championship

Denver 78, FIU 67

Quarterfinals

WKU 65, Middle Tennessee 49

Louisiana Tech 74, North Texas 57

UL Lafayette 61, FIU 60

Championship

WKU 91, Little Rock 60

Louisiana Tech 67, Denver 55

Middle Tennessee 59, North Texas 58 (ot) Arkansas State 61, South Alabama 53 Semifinals Middle Tennessee 65, WKU 61 UL Lafayette 61, Arkansas State 49 Championship Middle Tennessee 67, UL Lafayette 52

88 - Sun Belt Conference


TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2009

2012

2015

(Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Ark.)

(Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Ark.)

(Lakefront Arena; New Orleans, La.)

First Round - Campus Sites

First Round

First Round

No. 4 Troy 68, No. 13 UL Lafayette 65

(E3) FIU 74, (W6) UL Lafayette 53

No. 8 Georgia State 54, No. 1 Little Rock 71

No. 5 South Alabama 50, No. 12 FIU 44

(E5) WKU 66, (W4) UL Monroe 50

No. 5 UT Arlington 46, No. 4 Texas State 52

No. 11 North Texas 80, No. 6 Arkansas State 74

(W3) North Texas 75, (E6) Troy 61

No. 7 Appalachian State 52, No. 2 Arkansas State 67

No. 10 ULM 71, No. 7 WKU 62

(E4) South Alabama 62, (W5) Arkansas State 38

No. 6 UL Lafayette 66, No. 3 Troy 52

No. 9 New Orleans 67, No. 8 Florida Atlantic 61

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Quarterfinals

(E1) Middle Tennessee 65, (E5) WKU 57

No. 1 Little Rock 87, No. 4 Texas State 44

No. 1 Middle Tennessee 82, No. 9 New Orleans 47

(E3) FIU 67, (W2) Denver 59

No. 2 Arkansas State 63, No. 6 UL Lafayette 61

No. 5 South Alabama 52, No. 4 Troy 39

(W1) Little Rock 60, (E4) South Alabama 54

Championship

No. 2 Little Rock 52, No. 10 ULM 40

(E2) Florida Atlantic 56, (W3) North Texas 55

No. 1 Little Rock 78, No. 2 Arkansas State 72

No. 3 Denver 67, No. 11 North Texas 63

Semifinals

Semifinals

(E1) Middle Tennessee 63, (E3) FIU 53

No. 1 Middle Tennessee 77, No. 5 South Alabama 71

(W1) Little Rock 59, (E2) Florida Atlantic 42

No. 2 Little Rock 70, No. 3 Denver 60 (2 OT)

Championship

Championship

(W1) Little Rock 71, (E1) Middle Tennessee 70 (OT)

No. 1 Middle Tennessee 74, No. 2 Little Rock 54 2013 2010 (Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Ark.)

(Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Ark.) First Round No. 9 UL Monroe 71, No. 8 Florida Atlantic 63

First Round No. 4 Denver 69, No. 13 UL Monroe 57

No. 10 Troy 62, No.7 South Alabama 49

No. 12 New Orleans 51, No. 5 Florida Atlantic 50

No. 11 UL Lafayette 80 (2OT), No. 6 North Texas 74

No. 6 South Alabama 82, No. 11 UL Lafayette 76

Quarterfinals

No. 8 Arkansas State 60, No. 9 Troy 54

No. 1 Middle Tennessee 59, No. 9 UL Monroe 56

No. 10 North Texas 61, No. 7 FIU 51

No. 5 FIU 57, No. 4 Arkansas State 50

Quarterfinals

No. 2 Little Rock 65, No. 10 Troy 52

No. 1 Little Rock 73, No. 8 Arkansas State 60

No. 3 WKU 61, No. 11 UL Lafayette 57

No. 12 New Orleans 55, No. 4 Denver 48

Semifinals

No. 2 Middle Tennessee 101, No. 10 North Texas 66

No. 1 Middle Tennessee 68, No. 5 FIU 59

No. 3 WKU 72, South Alabama 67

No. 2 Little Rock 74, No. 3 WKU 54

Semifinals

Championship

No. 1 Little Rock 73, No. 12 New Orleans 43

No. 1 Middle Tennessee 53, No. 2 Little Rock 48

No. 2 Middle Tennessee 76, No. 3 WKU 63 Championship

2014

No. 2 Middle Tennessee 70, No. 1 Little Rock 68 (OT)

(Lakefront Arena; New Orleans, La.) First Round

2011

No. 1 Arkansas State 78, No. 8 UL Monroe 69

(Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Ark.)

No. 4 Texas State 78, No. 5 Georgia State 44

First Round

No. 2 WKU 67, No. 7 UL Lafayette 61

(E3) WKU 81, (W6) North Texas 66

No. 3 Little Rock 66, No. 6 Troy 54

(W4) Arkansas State 66, (E5) Florida Atlantic 52

Semifinals

(W3) UL Monroe 60, (E6) Troy 51

No. 1 Arkansas State 59, No. 4 Texas State 48

(E4) South Alabama 58, (W5) UL Lafayette 53

No. 2 WKU 66, No. 3 Little Rock 62

Quarterfinals

Championship

(W4) Arkansas State 77, (E1) Middle Tennessee 62

No. 2 WKU 61, No. 1 Arkansas State 60

(E3) WKU 65, (W2) Denver 57 (W1) Little Rock 73, (E4) South Alabama 54 (E2) FIU 52, (W3) UL Monroe 51 Semifinals (E3) WKU 55, (W4) Arkansas State 47 (W1) Little Rock 47, (E2) FIU 37 Championship (W1) Little Rock 66, (E3) WKU 59

Sun Belt Conference - 89


TEAMS 1991

1985

1997

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

*Tracy Claxton

Sr.

F

ODU

*Mary Taylor

Jr.

F

WKU

*Tamicha Jackson

Fr.

G

TECH

Medina Dixon

Sr.

F

ODU

Celeste Hill

Fr.

F

ODU

Alisa Burras

Jr.

C

TECH

Clemette Haskins

So.

G

WKU

Paulette Monroe

So.

C

WKU

Leslie Johnson

Jr.

C

WKU

Lillie Mason

Jr.

F

WKU

Jacque Nero

Jr.

F

UAB

Monica Maxwell

So.

F

TECH

Kami Thomas

Jr.

G

WKU

Kim Pehlke

Jr.

G

WKU

Danielle McCulley

Jr.

F

WKU

1992

1986

1998

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

*Lillie Mason

Sr.

F

WKU

*Kim Pehlke

Sr.

G

WKU

*Amanda Wilson

Jr.

F

TECH

Denise Adams

Jr.

G

USA

Shantel Hardison

Sr.

G

TECH

Alisa Burras

Sr.

C

TECH

Adrienne Goodson

So.

F

ODU

Sonja Tate

Jr.

G

ASU

Julie Hagood

So.

G

ASU

Donna Harrington

So.

F

ODU

Renee Westmoreland

Jr.

G

WKU

Tamicha Jackson

So.

G

TECH

Clemette Haskins

Jr.

G

WKU

Nicole Wilkett

Sr.

F

ASU

Leslie Johnson

Sr.

C

WKU

Danielle McCulley

Sr.

F

WKU

YR. POS. TEAM

1993

1987 PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

*Adrienne Goodson

Jr.

F

ODU

*Paulette Monroe

Sr.

C

WKU

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

Marie Christian

Sr.

G

ODU

Vickie Johnson

Fr.

F

TECH

*Monica Maxwell

Sr.

F

Sr.

G

1999 TECH

Clemette Haskins

Sr.

G

ODU

Kristie Jordan

WKU

Dalma Ivรกnyi

Sr.

G

FIU

Orphie Moore

Sr.

F

USA

Renee Westmoreland Sr. G WKU

Betty Lennox

Jr.

G

TECH

Adrian Vickers

Fr.

F

USA

Debra Williams

1988 PLAYER

Fr.

G

TECH

1994

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

*Susie Starks

Jr.

G

WKU

*Debra Williams

So.

G

TECH

Adrienne Goodson

Sr.

G

ODU

Tara Cosby

Jr.

F

WKU

Shea Lunsford

Sr.

F

WKU

Zuzana Michalcovรก

Sr.

F

FIU

Amanda Wilson

Sr.

F

TECH

2000 PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

Sandra King

Sr.

F

UAB

Denise Hill

Sr.

F

WKU

*Betty Lennox

Sr.

G

Mary Taylor

Fr.

C

WKU

Pam Thomas

Sr.

G

TECH

Julie Hagood

Sr.

G

ASU

Adrian Vickers

So.

F

USA

Dawn Warner

So.

G

WKU

Tamicha Jackson

Sr.

G

TECH

ShaRae Mansfield

Jr.

F

WKU

1995

Natalie Powers

So.

G

WKU

YR. POS. TEAM

Jaime Walz

Sr.

G

WKU

1989 PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

*Tandreia Green

Jr.

F

WKU

*Racquel Spurlock

Jr.

C

TECH

Wanda Guyton

Sr.

C

USF

Veronica Cook

Sr.

G

WKU

TECH

2001

Kelly Hoover

Sr.

F

VCU

Tara Cosby

Sr.

C

WKU

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

Kelly Lyons

Jr.

C

ODU

Vickie Johnson

Jr.

G

TECH

*Ayana Walker

Jr.

F

TECH

Ella Williams

Sr.

F

USA

Kendra Neal

Jr.

G

TECH

Gergana Slavtcheva

Jr.

F

FIU

Debra Williams

Jr.

G

TECH

Jalie Mitchell

Jr.

F

NT

Nikki Weddle

Jr.

G

DEN

Michaela Pavlickova

Sr.

F

DEN

Brooke Lassiter

Jr.

G

TECH

1990 PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

1996

*Kelly Lyons

Sr.

C

ODU

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

T.J. Jones

Jr.

G

ODU

*Racquel Spurlock

Sr.

C

TECH

Jacque Nero

So.

F

UAB

Tarshia Bronner

Jr.

F

WKU

Angie Snyder

So.

G

USF

Kendra Neal

Sr.

G

TECH

Sandra Williams

Jr.

F

UNCC

Lara Webb

So.

G

LAMAR

Debra Williams

Sr.

G

TECH

90 - Sun Belt Conference


TEAMS 2007

2002

2012

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

*Cheryl Moody

Sr.

F

FIU

*Chrissy Givens

Sr.

G

MT

*Taylor Gault

Cormisha Cotton

Jr.

F

FIU

Krystle Horton

Sr.

F

MT

Fanni Hutlassa

YR. POS. TEAM Fr.

G

LR

RS-Sr.

G

FIU

Jalie Mitchell

Sr.

F

NT

Amber Holt

Jr.

F

MT

Ebony Rowe

So.

F

MT

Gergana Slavtcheva

Sr.

F

FIU

Jeanenne Colbert

Sr.

G

UL-L

Kortni Jones

Sr.

G

MT

Icelyn Elie

Jr.

F

MT

Marian Kursch

Sr.

C

LR

Nicole Thomas

Sr.

G

NT

Yolanda Jones

Sr.

F

UL-L

Jamie Thomatis

Sr.

G

MT

Rudy Sims

Sr.

G

ASU

2008

2003

2013

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

*Patrice Holmes

So.

G

MT

*Dominique Duck

Jr.

Kristina Covington

Sr.

G

WKU

Sherina Scott

Leslie Logsdon

Jr.

G

WKU

Amber Holt

F

WKU

*Kortni Jones

Sr.

G

Fr.

F

ASU

Taylor Gault

So.

G

LR

Sr.

F

MT

Shanity James

Fr.

F

LR

MT

Tiffany Porter-Talbert Fr. G WKU

Arnika Brown

Fr.

F

WKU

Jerica Coley

Jr.

G

FIU

Taneisha Russell

Sr.

F

USA

Crystal Kelly

Sr.

F

WKU

Ebony Rowe

Jr.

F

MT

Tia Stovall

Fr.

F

MT

Kenzie Rich

So.

G

WKU

Alexis Govan

So.

G

WKU

2009

2004

2014

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

*Patrice Holmes

Jr.

G

MT

*Alysha Clark

Jr.

F

MT

*Chastity Gooch

Jr.

F/C

Carla Bartee

Fr.

F

WKU

Brandi Brown

Jr.

F

MT

Taylor Gault

Jr.

G

LR

Sinnamonn Garrett

Sr.

G

NMSU

Cheslia Lymon

Jr.

G

MT

Aundra Gamble

So.

G

ASU

Krystle Horton

Fr.

F

MT

Chastity Reed

So.

F

LR

Kendall Noble

Fr.

G

WKU

Tiffany Porter-Talbert So. G WKU

Kim Sitzmann

Jr.

G

LR

Micah Jones

So.

G

WKU

Tia Stovall

Shakira Nettles

Jr.

G

USA

PLAYER

So.

F

MT

WKU

2015 2010

2005

PLAYER

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

Keke Veal

*Patrice Holmes

Sr.

*Alysha Clark

Sr.

F

MT

Aundrea Gamble

Tiffany Porter-Talbert Jr. G WKU

Anne-Marie Lanning

Jr.

G

MT

Tia Stovall

Jr.

Chastity Reed

Jr.

F

LR

G F

MT MT

YR. POS. TEAM Jr.

G

UL-L

RS-Jr.

G

ASU

Khadija Brown-Haywood

Jr.

F

ASU

Alexius Dawn

Jr.

G

LR

Adrianne Davie

So.

C

ASU

Kim Sitzmann

Sr.

G

LR

Ka’Nesheia Cobbins

Sr.

G

LR

Anna Petrakova

Sr.

C

UL-L

Shanika Butler

Jr.

G

LR

*Taylor Gault

Sr.

G

LR

Chrissy Givens

So.

G

MT

Brittany Helm

Sr.

F

UNO * -- Tournament MVP

2011

2006

Other Sun Belt Tournament MOPs:

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

PLAYER

YR. POS. TEAM

1983 – Anne Donovan, Sr., C, ODU

*Chrissy Givens

Jr.

G

MT

*Chastity Reed

Sr.

F

LR

1984 – Marie Christian, Fr., G, ODU

Lasma Jekabsone

Jr.

C

FIU

Shanika Butler

Sr.

G

LR

Tiffany Porter-Talbert

Sr.

G

WKU

Arnika Brown

Sr.

F

WKU

Note: All-Tournament Teams were not named in 1983 and

Crystal Kelly

So.

F

WKU

Amy McNear

Sr.

G

WKU

1984.

Adrianne Davie

Jr.

C

ASU

Keisha Mosely

Jr.

F

WKU

Tia Stovall

Sr.

F

MT

Nene Hurst

Sr.

G

ASU

Sun Belt Conference - 91


RECORDS TEAM RECORDS

Dominion, 1983.

SINGLE GAME

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: 27, WKU, 2003.

Most Points: 114, Louisiana Tech vs. Arkansas State, 1999. Most Points in Half: 58, Louisiana Tech vs. Arkansas State, 1999. Fewest Points: 30, New Orleans vs. Middle Tennessee, 2005. Fewest Points (both teams): 92, Louisiana Tech (50) vs. New Orleans (42), 1994; Denver (51) vs. South Alabama (41), 2001. Largest Winning Margin: 67, WKU (103) vs. UL Lafayette (36), 1997. Most Field Goals Made: 46, Old Dominion vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1983. Most Field Goal Attempts: 85, Old Dominion vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1991. Best Field Goal Percentage: .708 (46-65), Old Dominion vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1983. Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: 13, WKU vs. Middle Tennessee, 2003. Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts: 36, Middle Tennessee vs. North Texas, 2010. Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 att.): .727 (8-11), Florida International vs. New Orleans, 2001. Most Free Throws Made: 33, WKU vs. Arkansas State, 1998. Most Free Throw Attempts: 44, WKU vs. Arkansas State, 1998. Best Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 att.): 1.000 (12-12), WKU vs. Old Dominion, 1984. Most Rebounds: 65, Louisiana Tech vs. Texas-Pan American, 1994 Most Assists: 33, Old Dominion vs. AlabamaBirmingham, 1983.

Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts: 75, Middle Tennessee, 2010. Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 att.): .615 (8-13), New Orleans, 1995. Most Free Throws Made: 75, WKU, 1998. Most Free Throw Attempts: 103, WKU, 1998. Best Free Throw Percentage: .967 (29-30), WKU, 1984. Most Rebounds: 170, Louisiana Tech, 1996. Most Assists: 69, WKU, 1985. Most Steals: 42, Louisiana Tech, 1996. Most Blocked Shots: 26, Old Dominion, 1983. INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

TOURNAMENT Most Minutes Played: 125, Kortni Jones, Middle Tennessee, 2011. Most Points: 132, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee, 2010.

Most Field Goals Made: 16, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. North Texas, 2010; Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. LR, 2010; Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. WKU, 2010; Chastity Reed, LR vs. New Orleans, 2010.

Best Field Goal Percentage (Min. 15 att.): .833 (15-18), ShaRae Mansfield, WKU, 1999.

Most Field Goal Attempts: 31, Dawn Beachler, Texas-Pan American vs. Louisiana Tech, 1994; Chastity Reed, LR vs. New Orleans, 2010.

Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts: 26, Leslie Logsdon, WKU, 2003.

Best Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 att.): .923 (12-13), Helen Malone, Old Dominion vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1983. Most Three Point Field Goals Made: 8, Leslie Logsdon, WKU vs. Middle Tennessee, 2003. Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts: 16, Sylvana Okde, UL Lafayette vs. North Texas, 2013.

TOURNAMENT

Most Free Throw Attempts: 18, Amber Holt, Middle Tennessee vs. LR, 2008; 16, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. South Alabama, 2009; Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. LR, 2010.

92 - Sun Belt Conference

Most Blocked Shots: 13, Anne Donovan, Old Dominion vs. WKU, 1983.

Most Field Goal Attempts: 78, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee, 2010.

Most Free Throws Made: 16, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. South Alabama, 2009; Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. LR, 2010.

Best Field Goal Percentage: .608 (76-125), Old

Most Steals: 9, Dawn Warner, WKU vs. New Orleans, 1996.

Most Points: 48, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee vs. LR, 2010.

Most Blocked Shots: 13, Old Dominion vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1983; Old Dominion vs. WKU, 1983.

Most Field Goal Attempts: 228, WKU, 2011.

Most Assists: 13, Clemette Haskins, WKU vs. Old Dominion, 1985; LaQuan Stallworth, Louisiana Tech vs. WKU, 1998.

Most Field Goals Made: 48, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee, 2010.

Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 att.): 1.000 (5-5), Melissa Garcia, Denver vs. Florida International, 2001.

Most Field Goals Made: 109, Louisiana Tech, 1997.

Most Rebounds: 19, Mary Klinewski, South Florida vs. South Alabama, 1983; Tandreia Green, WKU vs. South Alabama, 1989; Diane Williams, Va. Commonwealth vs. UNC Charlotte, 1991; Travesa Gant, Lamar vs. New Orleans, 1994.

SINGLE GAME

Most Steals: 22, WKU vs. South Florida, 1985; Arkansas State vs. New Orleans, 1996.

Most Points: 284, WKU, 1998.

vs. Arkansas State, 2003; (10-10), Brianna Culberson, Denver vs. UL Monroe, 2010.

Best Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 att.): 1.000 (14-14), Kendra Neal, Louisiana Tech vs. WKU, 1996; (10-10), Patrice Holmes, Middle Tennessee

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: 14, Leslie Logsdon, WKU, 2003.

Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 att.): .700 (7-10), Veronica Cook, WKU, 1993. Most Free Throws Made: 35, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee, 2010. Most Free Throw Attempts: 42, Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee, 2010. Best Free Throw Percentage (Min. 12 att.): 1.000 (14-14), Vickie Johnson, Louisiana Tech, 1993. Most Rebounds: 40, Arnika Brown, WKU, 2011. Most Assists: 29, Clemette Haskins, WKU, 1985. Most Blocked Shots: 25, Anne Donovan, Old Dominion, 1983. Most Steals: 12, Dawn Warner, WKU, 1996.


RECORDS Tournament Wins SCHOOL LR ASU TXST USA ULM TROY UL-L GSU UTA APP

YEARS W-L 16 (2000-03, 2005-15) 19-12 (0.571) 24 (1992-15) 25-24 (0.510) 2 (2014-15) 2-2 (0.500) 31 (1983-14) 19-31 (0.380) 8 (2007-14) 3-8 (0.273) 10 (2006-15) 3-10 (0.231) 23 (1993-15) 6-23 (0.207) 2 (2014-15) 0-2 (0.000) 1 (2015) 0-1 (0.000) 1 (2015) 0-1 (0.000)

SF 2ND 3 4 14 3 2 0 6 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

TITLES 2011, 12, 15 ----------

Former Sun Belt Members Tech 10 (1992-2001) 24-3 (.889) 1 2 1994, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01 MT 12 (2001-13) 25-5 (0.833) 0 4 2004, 05, 06, 07, 09, 10, 13 ODU 9 (1983-91) 17-4 (.810) 2 2 1983, 84, 85, 87, 90 WKU 31 (1983-14) 60-22 (0.732) 9 10 1986, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 95, 2003, 08, 14 FIU 14 (1999-13) 17-13 (0.567) 5 2 2002 UAB 9 (1983-91) 7-9 (.438) 4 2 -Denver 12 (2000-12) 9-13 (0.409) 4 1 -NT 12 (2001-13) 8-13 (0.381) 1 1 -UNO 17 (1992-2010) 11-18 (.379) 6 0 -Lamar 6 (1992, 94-98) 3-6 (.333) 3 0 -NMSU 4 (2001-05) 2-5 (.285) 1 0 -UNCC 9 (1983-91) 3-9 (.250) 3 0 -VCU 9 (1983-91) 2-9 (.181) 2 0 -FAU 7 (2007-13) 1-7 (0.125) 0 1 -UCF 1 (1992) 0-1 (.000) 0 0 -UTPA 7 (1992-98) 0-7 (.000) 0 0 -USF 9 (1983-91) 0-9 (.000) 0 0 --

OVERALL TOURNAMENT ATTENDANCE HOST (YEAR)............................................................................................ATTENDANCE Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘09)*.....................................................................................18,600 South Alabama (‘08)*.................................................................................................18,449 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘10).......................................................................................16,154 WKU (‘03)...................................................................................................................15,378 South Alabama (‘01)...................................................................................................13,653 Hot Springs, Arkansas (’12).......................................................................................13,253 Middle Tennessee (‘06)..............................................................................................13,129 Louisiana Tech (‘95)...................................................................................................12,855 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘11).......................................................................................12,631 Louisiana Tech (‘98)...................................................................................................10,901 Hot Springs, Arkansas (’13).......................................................................................10,799 WKU (‘97)...................................................................................................................10,142 Louisiana Tech (‘93).....................................................................................................9,513 WKU (‘00).....................................................................................................................9,090 New Orleans (‘02)........................................................................................................8,969 WKU (‘92).....................................................................................................................8,478 WKU (‘04).....................................................................................................................8,476 WKU (‘94).....................................................................................................................8,414 UL Lafayette (‘07)*.......................................................................................................8,328 Arkansas State (‘99).....................................................................................................7,724 North Texas (‘05)..........................................................................................................7,147 Arkansas State (‘96).....................................................................................................6,201 WKU (‘89).....................................................................................................................5,550 Alabama-Birmingham (‘91).........................................................................................5,298 Old Dominion (‘84).......................................................................................................5,116 WKU (‘86).....................................................................................................................4,350 Old Dominion (‘83).......................................................................................................3,878 Old Dominion (‘87).......................................................................................................3,781 Old Dominion (‘85).......................................................................................................3,365 New Orleans, Louisiana (‘14).......................................................................................3,267 Old Dominion (‘90).......................................................................................................3,201 New Orleans, Louisiana (‘15).......................................................................................2,407 South Florida (‘88).......................................................................................................1,475

School Wins WKU..............................................................60 MT.................................................................27 Tech...............................................................24 ASU............................................................ 25 USA............................................................ 19 ODU...............................................................17 FIU.................................................................17 LR.............................................................. 19 UNO...............................................................11 Denver.............................................................9 NT....................................................................8 UAB.................................................................7 UL-L.............................................................6 Lamar..............................................................3 UNCC...............................................................3 ULM.............................................................3 TROY............................................................3 TXST............................................................2 NMSU..............................................................2 VCU..................................................................2 FAU..................................................................1 Bold - current member

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND ATTENDANCE - TOP 10 HOST (YEAR)............................................................................................ATTENDANCE South Alabama (‘01).....................................................................................................8,069 Louisiana Tech (‘95).....................................................................................................5,119 Louisiana Tech (‘93).....................................................................................................5,059 Middle Tennessee (‘06)................................................................................................4,813 Louisiana Tech (‘98).....................................................................................................4,138 New Orleans (‘02)........................................................................................................4,203 WKU (‘03).....................................................................................................................4,025 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘10).........................................................................................3,430 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘12).........................................................................................3,296 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘09).........................................................................................3,269 WKU (‘97).....................................................................................................................3,253 SEMIFINAL ROUND ATTENDANCE - TOP 10 HOST (YEAR)............................................................................................ATTENDANCE South Alabama (‘08).....................................................................................................4,584 WKU (‘94).....................................................................................................................4,345 Louisiana Tech (‘95).....................................................................................................3,871 Arkansas State (‘99).....................................................................................................3,843 Middle Tennessee (‘06)................................................................................................3,780 WKU (‘03).....................................................................................................................3,643 Louisiana Tech (‘98).....................................................................................................3,422 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘10).........................................................................................3,222 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘10).........................................................................................3,148 Louisiana Tech (‘93).....................................................................................................3,142 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘09).........................................................................................3,125 FIRST ROUND & QUARTERFINALS ATTENDANCE - TOP 10 HOST (YEAR)............................................................................................ATTENDANCE South Alabama (‘08)*.................................................................................................13,270 WKU (‘03).....................................................................................................................7,710 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘12).........................................................................................6,809 UL Lafayette (‘07)*.......................................................................................................6,742 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘11).........................................................................................6,463 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘09)*.......................................................................................5,830 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘10).........................................................................................5,792 Hot Springs, Arkansas (‘13).........................................................................................5,456 Middle Tennessee (‘06)................................................................................................4,660 South Alabama (‘01).....................................................................................................4,601 WKU (‘00).....................................................................................................................4,300 WKU (‘97).....................................................................................................................4,240 * First round games at campus sites

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