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Basketball 2013-14

Head Coach - Dave Johnson Assistant Coaches- Tom Titus & J.R. Hodges Athletic Director - Denny Throneburg Athletic Trainer - Denise Prather President - Josh Bullock


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Dr. Josh

Bullock President

W

elcome to Lake Land College and thank you for joining us for this exciting Laker basketball game. I’d like to take this time to formally introduce myself to each of you. My name is Josh Bullock and I am the new president of Lake Land College. Although I’ve only been at Lake Land for a short time, it is evident the entire college community is fully committed to creating a meaningful and fulfilling educational experience for everyone, and Laker basketball is no exception. As a Division II member of the NJCAA, the Lady Laker basketball team excels on and off the court. Our players challenge themselves every day to set very high standards. This is seen through the level of play they bring to the athletic program at the college and their accomplishments in the classroom. Led by Coach Dave Johnson, our women’s basketball team is comprised of some of the finest athletes in the world, and we are very proud to have them as members of the Lake Land family. Throughout the year, Lake Land’s five inter-collegiate athletic programs build a well-rounded college experience for students. Being a student athlete is hard work, but the benefits of playing and studying at the college level are immeasurable. Our players’ athletic ability, dedication and team spirit are second to none. Thank you for your support of the team, our coaching staff and the college. I look forward to seeing you at the next Laker event! Go Lakers! Sincerely,

Dr. Josh Bullock President Lake Land College


Denny

Throneburg At h l e t i c D i r e c t o r

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oach Throneburg is in his ninth year as Athletic Director at Lake Land College. During his first four years at the college, he served as both the athletic director and head softball coach. He completed 32 years teaching and coaching at Casey-Westfield before coming to Lake Land. Coach Throneburg is no stranger to LLC as he played one year of basketball under Jim Dudley before leaving to play at SIU-E where he was a captain and member of the starting five for three years. After coaching varsity basketball at Casey, he returned to LLC as an assistant coach for five years with Coach Dudley. Coach Throneburg is one of the most widely recognized figures in softball. He was the head coach at Casey-Westfield for 22 years where his teams compiled an amazing 647-56 record with a winning percentage of 92%, which is a national record. The Lady Warriors captured six state titles and 22 consecutive conference championships while compiling an overall conference record of 115-1. Their home record was an impressive 351-13, with the pitchers compiling an ERA of 0.81 over those 22 years. In Coach Throneburg’s four years as the head coach at LLC, he guided the Lakers to an overall record of 158-42 and a conference record of 104-15, with one Region 24 championship and two regular season titles. In 2006, the Lakers became the first softball team in school history to advance to the D-1 National Tournament. Coach Throneburg has received numerous honors in softball. He has twice been named National High School Softball Coach of the Year, winning that prestigious award in 1997 and again in 2000. In that same year, he was named Illinois High School Coach of the Year and was inducted into the Illinois Girls’ Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He was also inducted into the Illinois ASA Hall of Fame in 2000 for his playing and coaching accomplishments. Coach Throneburg resides in Mattoon with his wife, Sue. They have three children, Derek, Dara and D.J. and two granddaughters, Brya and Reese. Coach Throneburg truly values the family concept. “The LLC athletic motto of ‘Six Sports, One Team’ is one we believe in strongly,” Throneburg said. “Through the ‘Lakers for Learning’ program we hope to inspire success for our student/athletes and the lives they touch.”


Dave

Johnson head coach

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oach Johnson is starting his sixteenth season at Lake Land College. The Lakers have thirteen winning seasons out of fifteen for Lake Land since Coach Johnson arrived in 1998. The Lakers were again ranked in the top 25 for the thirteenth season in a row in 2012-13. Coach Johnson’s teams have won 314 games over the last fifteen years, an average of 20 wins per season. Coach has been named CCCI Coach of the year three times and has won four conference titles in their seven years in the CCCI. Coach was IBCA and District M Coach of the Year in 2012. In 2001 Coach Johnson was named Region 24 Coach of the Year and IBCA Junior College Coach of the Year. The Lakers placed ninth in the nation in 2001 and 2012. In addition to being the Women’s Basketball Coach, Johnson also teaches in the Social Science and Education Department at Lake Land. Prior to coming to Lake Land College, Coach Johnson taught and coached in District 87 located in Bloomington, Illinois. He taught at the Middle School level and coached Basketball from the 7th grade level through the Varsity level. The last two years in Bloomington, Coach Johnson was an Assistant Coach at Illinois Wesleyan University. Johnson is a 1984 graduate of Rossville-Alvin High School, where he was a four-sport athlete: basketball, football, baseball, and track. He received fourteen varsity letters in his four years. He was twice named Outstanding Letterman during his career. He is a graduate of Danville Area Community College, Illinois State University, and Eastern Illinois University. Coach Johnson is an avid golfer and Cub fan. He is very involved in Mattoon Youth Baseball. Coach Johnson is married to Stephanie Johnson, a teacher for the Pathways Program at Lake Land College. The Johnson’s have been married for twenty-seven years and have three sons: Davis 14, Meade 10, and Madden 6. They both enjoy working at Lake Land College and raising their boys in the Mattoon Area.


J. R.

Hodges A s s i s ta n t C o a c h

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.R. is a seventh year assistant coach for Lake Land College. He is a graduate of Scecina High School in Indianapolis IN. While at the University of Southern Indiana in 2003-04 he participated in Track and Field. J.R. graduated from Lake Land College in 2007 and is currently pursuing a degree in Sports Management at Eastern Illinois University. J.R. is married to Beki Hodges and has a daughter Malia 8, sons Tyler 6, and Levi 2.

Tom

Titus A s s i s ta n t C o a c h

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om Titus is in his tenth year as an assistant coach at Lake Land College. Tom is a graduate of Charleston High School where he lettered in cross country and track. He holds the current record for the 1600 meter run, a record that has stood for almost 37 years. Tom farms in the Lerna area and is married to Susie. They have two daughters, Jessie, a former Laker standout and Carlie.


Denise

Prather At h l e t i c t r a i n e r

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Mt. Zion native, Denise Prather comes to Lake Land college as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Lakers’ sports teams. In 2009, Prather graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and was a member of the Athletic Training Education Program, where she became a certified athletic trainer. She worked with women’s soccer, football, track and field, and women’s swimming and diving during her college career. Prather came from Millikin University where she was the assistant softball coach for the last three seasons. She helped bring the program its first conference title in 20 years and two conference tournament appearances. Over the last three seasons, Prather also coached the Mt. Zion Lady Braves, a competitive high school travel team. Prather was a member of the University of Illinois softball team for the 2005-2006 season. From 2006 to 2009, she was a member of the University of Illinois Club Softball Team where she helped lead her team to two national championships. Prather graduated from Mt. Zion High School in 2005 and was named All-State First Team and All-American twice.

Denise

Prather


2013-14

roster No. Player

Position Year Ht. Hometown

2

Desiree Irizarry

G

SO

5’6”

Chicago, IL

3

Blair Stephenson

G

SO

5’7”

St. Louis, MO

4

Courtney Somers

G

FR

5’6”

Forrest, IL

5

Grace Ziegler

G

SO

5’5”

Altamont, IL

10

Josey Fruhling

G/F

SO

5’7”

St. Joseph, IL

11

Emily Weinard

F

SO

5’7”

Hoopeston, IL

12

Autumn Meyer

PG

FR

5’3”

Oakland, IL

22

Brooke Markwalder

G

SO

5’8”

Potomac, IL

23

Asia Morrison

G/F

FR

5’7”

Sullivan,IL

24

Kendal Frisina

G/F

FR

5’7”

Pana, IL

25

Faith Wendte

F

SO

5’9”

Altamont, IL

34

Candace Niemerg

F/C

FR

6’0”

Dieterich, IL

42

Megan Temples

G/F

FR

5’7”

Paris, IL

44

Erica Hotze

F

SO

6’0”

Sigel, IL


2 Irizarry Desiree

Guard

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 5’6” Hometown: Chicago, IL Date of Birth: 8/5/1993 Parents Name: Bernie and Sandra Irizarry High School: Guerin Prep Awards: Rookie of the year, MVP

3

Blair

Stephenson

pa s s i n g G u a r d

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 5’7” Hometown: St. Louis, MO Date of Birth: 11/4/1993 Parents Name: Richard and June Stephenson High School: Cardinal Ritter College Prep Awards: St. Louis Post Dispatch Scholar Athlete 2012, 2nd team all conference, Freshman of the Year


4Somers Courtney

Guard

Yr: Freshman Ht: 5’6” Hometown: Forrest, IL Date of Birth: 01/16/1994 Parents Name: Mike and Tracy Somers High School: Prairie Central Awards: Senior MVP & Defense awards

5Ziegler Grace

Guard

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 5’5” Hometown: Altamont, IL Date of Birth: 9/03/1993 Parents Name: Mike and Anita Ziegler High School: Altamont Community Awards: Most Valuable Player, Most Assists, Coach’s Award, Free Throw Award, National Trail All-Conference Team, National Trail All-Tournament Team, National Trail Conference Scholar Athlete, Okaw Valley All-Tournament Team, Effingham Daily News All-Area Team, Decatur Herald Review Area All-Star Team


10Fruhling Josey

Guard

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 5’7” Hometown: St. Joseph, IL Date of Birth: 11/14/1993 Parents Name: Craig and Sue Fruhling High School: St. Joseph-Ogden Awards: All-Area Team 2 years 4th team All-State All-Area Team (Illinois/Indiana)

11Weinard Emily

forward

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 5’7” Hometown: Hoopeston, IL Date of Birth: 03/22/1994 Parents Name: Terry and Cinnamyn Weinard High School: Bismarck- Henning Awards: All County, All Conference, Battle for the Border all star game


12Meyer Autumn

Guard

Yr: Freshman Ht: 5’2” Hometown: Oakland, IL Date of Birth: 11/3/1994 Parents Name: Rinda and James Meyer High School: Oakland Awards: MVP, Various Awards at tournaments, LOVC First-Team all conference, All Area, MVP for LOVC All Star game

22

Brooke Markwalder

guard

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 5’8” Hometown: Potomac, IL Date of Birth: 03/11/1994 Parents Name: Jeffery and Rebecca Markwalder High School: Armstrong Township Awards: All Conference, All Area


23Morrison Asia

Guard

Yr: Freshman Ht: 5’6’’ Hometown: Sullivan, IL Date of Birth: 08/14/1994 Parents Name: Victoria Barrow and Randal Morrison High School: Sullivan Awards: NA

24Frisina Kendal

guard

Yr: Freshman Ht: 5’7” Hometown: Pana, IL Date of Birth: 9/11/1994 Parents Name: Joe and Dawn Dudra High School: Pana Awards: Defensive player for four years. Student athlete of the month for three years. Most improved player since Jr. High.


25Wendte Faith

forward

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 5’9” Hometown: Altamont, IL Date of Birth: 08/19/1994 Parents Name: Roy and Christine Wendte High School: Beecher City Awards: 3rd Team All-State, Honorable Mention All-State (A.P.), NTC All Conference, Effingham Area Best

34Niemerg Candace

forward/center

Yr: Freshmen Ht: 6’0” Hometown: Dieterich, IL Date of Birth: 12/31/1994 Parents Name: Duane and Annette Niemerg High School: Dieterich Awards: MVP, 1,000 pts. in H.S., 1,000 rebounds


42Temples Megan

guard/forward

Yr: Freshman Ht: 5’7” Hometown: Paris, IL Date of Birth: 12/15/1994 Parents Name: Rick and Michelle Temples High School: Paris Awards: 2013 All Conference Team, 2013 All Area Team (Illinois vs. Indiana), 2012 & 2013 Charleston Holiday All Tournament Team.

44Hotze Erica

forward/center

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 6’1” Hometown: Sigel, IL Date of Birth: 7/22/1994 Parents Name: Doug and Amy Hotze High School: Neoga Awards: Journal Gazette Player of the Year (2012), MVP, Most Rebounds, Best Free Throw Percentage, Team Captain (‘10,’11,’12)


roster Sara Carroll Jesse Crook Ashton Doty Kelsey Fuqua Andrea Gardner Taylor Janes Kaylee Johnston Joellen Mars Samantha Mathews Kylie Mumm Carli Plank Erika Roderick

Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore

Sullivan, IL Monticello, IL Bethany, IL Paris , IL Sullivan, IL Mattoon, IL Shelbyville, IL Shelbyville, IL Effingham, IL Monticello, IL Arthur, IL Neoga, IL


Dessie

Boeser head coach Dessie Boeser was a Laker Cheerleader while enrolled as a student at Lake Land College. She has been the assistant coach for the Cheerleading Team along with her mother for many years. Boeser is currently a 911 dispatcher for Coles County and also works part-time for Lake Land College’s IDOT QC/ QA. She has a 10-year-old son, Austin, who is awesome and helps his mom out at practices and games. Boeser enjoys the sport of cheerleading and has choreographed many routines for area groups for many years. Boeser wnts to push her squad to be at their very best with both cheer and school studies. The squad plans to compete in two stunt group competitions in early 2014.


sara

Carroll main base Year: Sophomore Height: 5’4 Parents: Brandi and Gary Carroll Hometown: Sullivan, IL Major: Elementary Education

jessie

crook back spot/ tumbler Year: Sophomore Height: 5’6 Parents: Sandy Crook and Brian Crook Hometown: Monticello, IL Major: Social Work


ashton

Doty

flier/tumbler Year: Freshman Height: 5’4 Parents: Kathy and Dave Doty Hometown: Bethany, IL Major: Elementary Education

kelsey

Fuqua main base Year: Freshman Height: 5’5 Parents: Rob Fuqua and Sheila Grant Hometown: Paris, IL Major: Nursing


Andrea

gardner back spot Year: Sophomore Height: 5’7 Parents: Don and Shawn Gardner and Dawn and Gary Peadro Hometown: Sullivan, IL Major: Early Childhood Education

taylor

janes flier Year: Sophomore Height: 5’4 Parents: Clint and Jana Janes Hometown: Mattoon, IL Major: Nursing


kaylee

johnson back spot/ base/tumbler Year: Sophomore Height: 5’8 Parents: Mark and Kim Johnson Hometown: Shelbyville, IL Major: Early Childhood Education & Special Education

Joellen

Mars

base/ back spot/ Flier/t u m b l e r Year: Freshman Height: 5’5 Parents: Wayne and Mindy Mars Hometown: Shelbyville, IL Major: Elementary Education


Samantha

Mathews main base/ tumbler Year: Freshman Height: 5’3 Parents: Jennifer and Juan Vasquez Hometown: Effingham, IL Major: Cosmetology

kylie

Mumm base/ tumbler Year: Sophomore Height: 5’5 Parents: Brian and Jamie Mumm Hometown: Monticello, IL Major: Nursing


carli

plank back spot/ tumbler Year: Freshman Height: 5’6 Parents: Marx and Cathy Plank Hometown: Arthur, IL Major: Business Administration

erika

roderick base Year: Sophomore Height: 5’7 Parents: Bill and Bridgette Roderick Hometown: Neoga, IL Major: Paramedic, Nursing


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Blocks

Points

TO’s

Steals

Blocks

Points

Opponent Player

0 Amir Gilliam

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2 Deven Williams

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Hollis, NY Indianapolis, IN Chicago, IL

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Brooklyn, NY Hollis, NY

Decatur, IL

Louisville, KY

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Blocks

Points

Opponent Player

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2 Deven Williams

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3 Aaron Weaver

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5 Elhadji Ndieguene

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13 Jamal Williams

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15 James Anacreon

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21 Brock VonNordeck

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23 Tyrell Means

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Hollis, NY Indianapolis, IN Chicago, IL

6' 10" 6' 3" 6' 7" 6' 8" 6' 1"

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Decatur, IL

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2013-14 SCHEDULE at North Arkansas CC, Harrison, AR November 1 5:30 PM

at Olney Central College, Olney, IL January 18 5:30 PM

at Missouri Baptist, Harrison, AR November 2 12:00 PM

at Wabash Valley College, Mt. Carmel, IL January 20 5:30 PM

Lincoln College November 11 5:30 PM

John A. Logan College January 22 5:30 PM

Lewis & Clark College November 16 2:00 PM at Parkland College, Champaign, IL November 23 6:00 PM

Rend Lake College January 25 5:30 PM at Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL January 29 6:00 PM

at Kankakee College, Kankakee, IL November 26 5:30 PM Lincoln Trail College December 4 5:30 PM at Columbus State, Oakland, MI December 13 6:30 PM CST at Morton College, Oakland, MI December 14 12:00 PM at Danville Area CC, Danville, IL December 18 5:30 PM Lincoln Land CC December 21 1:00 PM

at Lincoln Trail College, Robinson, IL February 5 5:30 PM at Southwestern IL College, Belleville, IL February 12 5:30 PM Southeastern IL College February 15 5:30 PM at Kaskaskia College, Centralia, IL February 17 5:30 PM Olney Central College February 19 5:30 PM Wabash Valley College February 22 5:30 PM at John A. Logan College, Carterville, IL February 26 5:30 PM

Laker Classic - John Wood December 29 7:00 PM

at Rend Lake College, Ina, IL March 1 1:00 PM

Laker Classic - Black Hawk East December 30 7:00 PM

Region 24 Tournament March 4-9 TBA

Laker Classic-Muskogen December 31 4:00 PM Southwestern IL College January 8 5:30 PM at Southeastern IL College, Harrisburg, IL January 11 1:00 PM

at National Tournament, Johnson County March 18 TBA

Kaskaskia College January 15 5:30 PM

Head Coach: Dave Johnson Assistant Coaches: Tom Titus & J.R. Hodges Athletic Director: Denny Throneburg Athletic Trainer: Denise Prather


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