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2013-14 LOUISIANA TECH WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE #WeAreLATech | LATechSports.com | @LATechWBB


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Jan. 15 at Rice* 7:00 p.m. Jan. 18 at East Carolina* 4:00 p.m. Jan. 22 Florida Atlantic* 6:30 p.m. Jan. 25 at Tulane* 2:00 p.m. Feb. 1 UTSA* 6:00 p.m. Feb. 5 at UTEP* 8:00 p.m. Feb. 8 at Marshall* 12:00 p.m. Feb. 13 Charlotte* [FSN] 8:00 p.m. Feb. 15 UAB* (DH) 5:00 p.m. Feb. 19 at Tulsa* 7:00 p.m. Feb. 22 Rice* 6:00 p.m. Feb. 26 at Old Dominion* 6:00 p.m. March 1 at North Texas* 2:00 p.m. March 5 FIU* 6:30 p.m. March 11-15 C-USA Tournament (El Paso, Texas) TBA

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Editors: Patrick Walsh, Malcolm Butler, Teddy Allen, Kane McGuire and Anna Claire Thomas.

General Information........................................................................................ 2 LA Tech Sports Network................................................................................. 3 Social Media................................................................................................... 4 Welcome to the Family................................................................................... 5 LA Tech Roster.............................................................................................. 50 LA Tech Radio/TV Roster............................................................................... 51 Season Outlook............................................................................................ 52 C-USA Tournament Bracket........................................................................... 57 Head Coach Teresa Weatherspoon............................................................... 58 Assistant Coaches........................................................................................ 60 Support Staff................................................................................................ 63 Lady Techsters Players.................................................................................. 64 2012-13 Statistics......................................................................................... 83 Season in Review......................................................................................... 84 Conference USA........................................................................................... 98 All-Time Conference Standings.................................................................. 100 Lady Techsters History................................................................................ 105 Kodak All-Americans....................................................................................117 Letterwinners..............................................................................................119 Honor Roll................................................................................................... 120 All-Time Uniform Numbers......................................................................... 122 All-Time by State........................................................................................ 123 All-Time Scores........................................................................................... 124 Year-by-Year Coaching Results.................................................................... 132 Series Records........................................................................................... 133 All-Time Results vs. Opponents................................................................. 134 1,000-Point Club......................................................................................... 138 Milestone Victories/Streaks........................................................................ 140 Statistical Trends......................................................................................... 140 30-Point Club.............................................................................................. 142 Individual Game Records............................................................................ 143 Individual Single Season Records............................................................... 144 Individual Career Leaders........................................................................... 145 Single Season Records by Classification.................................................... 146 Year-by-Year Leaders................................................................................... 148 100-Point Games........................................................................................ 149 Team Single Season Highs......................................................................... 150 Team Single Game Records....................................................................... 151 Career Double-Doubles.............................................................................. 152 All-Time Triple-Doubles............................................................................... 152 Overtime History........................................................................................ 152 Thomas Assembly Center.......................................................................... 153 Thomas Assembly Center Records............................................................ 155 NCAA Tournament History.......................................................................... 156 Final Four Results....................................................................................... 157 Postseason Tournament Scores.................................................................. 158 Week-by-Week Top 25................................................................................ 159 Final Polls.................................................................................................... 160 Game-by-Game vs. AP Top 25.................................................................... 162 Tech vs. AP Top 25 Teams........................................................................... 163 Administrative Support............................................................................... 165 Athletics Council & Head/Assistant Coaches............................................. 166 Tech President Dr. Les Guice...................................................................... 167 Athletic Director Tommy McClelland.......................................................... 168 Athletic Administration............................................................................... 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The 2013-14 Louisiana Tech women’s basketball team information guide is a publication of the Athletics Media Relations Office. It has been designed as a source of information for the news media and Lady Techster basketball fans. Every effort has been made to include pertinent and timely information. Should you need additional information such as feature material and/or statistics, please direct your inquiries to the media relations office.

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Quick Facts General Name of School: Louisiana Tech Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 11,500 Nickname: Lady Techsters Colors: Red, Blue Arena: Thomas Assembly Center (8,000) Affiliation: Division I Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Les Guice (Louisiana Tech, 1976) Athletic Director: Tommy McClelland (Northwestern State, 2004) SWA: Mary Kay Hungate Faculty Rep: Dr. James Liberatos Athletic Department Phone: 318-257-4111 Coaching Staff Head Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon (Louisiana Tech, 2008) Record at School: 87-51 (6th season) Career Record: Same Basketball Office Phone: 318-257-4111 Assistants: Drew Miller (Kenyon College, 1995) Mike Ekanem (Texas Lutheran, 2005) Tomekia Reed (Georgia Southwestern, 2003) Team Information 2012-13 Record: 14-17, 9-9 WAC Conference Record/Finish: 9-9, 5th Final AP Poll: na Final Coaches Poll: na Starters Returning/Lost (from 12-13): 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost (from 12-13): 7/5 Newcomers: 5 History First Year of Basketball: 1974-75 Overall All-Time Record: 1031-244 National Titles: 3 (1981 AIAW, 1982 NCAA, 1988 NCAA) Years in NCAA Tournament/Last: 27/2011 Last Postseason Opponent: L, Rutgers, 1st round, 2011 NCAA Tournament Media Relations Director/WBB Contact: Malcolm Butler Office Phone: 318-257-3144 Cell Phone: 318-614-4513 Email: mbutler@latech.edu Fax: 318-257-3757 Press Row: 318-257-3144 Address: PO Box 3166, Ruston, La. 71272

Malcolm Butler Associate A.D. Cell: 318-614-4513 mbutler@latech.edu

Patrick Walsh Associate Director Cell: 318-514-9203 pwalsh@latech.edu

Kane McGuire Assistant Director Cell: 318-548-2161 kmcguire@latech.edu

Anna Claire Thomas Assistant Director Cell: 318-331-3813 acthomas@latech.edu

Welcome to another exciting season of Lady Techster basketball. The entire media relations staff at Louisiana Tech is looking forward to working with media members this season - so feel free to call and request any information concerning the Techsters. Associate A.D. Malcolm Butler will be the person primarily responsible for Lady Techster basketball within the office, but be assured that you can get assistance from anyone. The Louisiana Tech Athletics Media Relations Office looks forward to working with you during the 2013-14 basketball season. Any member of the office can answer your questions or direct you to someone who can, so please feel free to call us at (318) 257-3144. The media relations office is a vital part of the success of the Lady Techster basketball program. Butler and assistants Patrick Walsh, Kane McGuire and Anna Claire Thomas strive to run one of the finest departments in the nation. Credentials: For media members requesting passes for Lady Techster basketball, please contact the Louisiana Tech Athletics Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance. Press Parking: The media is encouraged to park along the north side of the Thomas Assembly Center. Limited space is available and no parking passes are available. Press Room: Located in the media relations office, the press room serves as a writing and transmitting area after the games. More than adequate working space is an Assembly Center trademark, and telephones are available at no cost, as is one fax machine. Wireless high-speed internet connections and ethernet connections are also available. Light refreshments are available during games. Broadcast Rights: Visiting radio stations are welcome. “Official” stations are provided two courtesy lines including both ISDN and analog lines. Address all broadcast questions to Malcolm Butler.

Centric Federal Credit Union’s Inside Tech Basketball Centric Federal Credit Union’s Inside Tech Basketball presented by Miller Light begins its fifth year as part of the LA Tech Sports Network as the one-hour radio show features Lady Techster head coach Teresa Weatherspoon and Bulldog head coach Michael White. Each of the 12 shows will air at 6 p.m. from Scott’s Catfish on Farmerville Highway in Ruston as each coach will discuss all the latest developments regarding their respective programs. The show will feature a half hour segment with Weatherspoon and the Voice of the Lady Techsters Malcolm Butler and a half hour segment with White and the Voice of the Bulldogs Dave Nitz as they review and preview the latest with the two teams. The one-hour radio show can be heard live on KNBB 97.7 FM (Ruston/Monroe). It can also be heard via the internet by purchasing a subscription for LA Tech All-Access at LATechSports.com.

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at South Carolina at Virginia LSU Arkansas State New Orleans at Nicholls State at Ole Miss UL-Lafayette Northwestern State at McNeese State UALR Alabama A&M at Texas A&M Southern Miss Middle Tennessee at Rice at East Carolina Florida Atlantic at Tulane UTSA at UTEP at Marshall Charlotte UAB at Tulsa Rice at Old Dominion at North Texas FIU at C-USA Tournament

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Mason Ellenberger has served as General Manager for LA Tech Sports Properties since August of 2008.  LA Tech Sports Properties is the Ruston-based entity designed to oversee all aspects of the 10year partnership between the University and the collegiate marketer Learfield Sports. At LA Tech, Ellenberger is responsible for spearheading all elements of the relationship between LA Tech and Learfield Sports, which was announced in late July 2008 and includes managing and selling multimedia and sponsorship rights for the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. Ellenberger is also responsible for all aspects of the LA Tech Sports Network which broadcasts over 250 Louisiana Tech games, daily shows and coach’s shows throughout the year. In Ellenberger’s previous role as the Team Sports Marketing Manager for Alltel Wireless, he led Alltel’s strategic team sports marketing efforts in the United States. He oversaw the national promotions and activation of the sponsorship stable owned by Alltel Wireless in the US including the professional and collegiate sponsorships. Prior to his years at Alltel, Ellenberger spent the previous 13 years in strategic sales leadership, sports marketing and public relations roles in the telecommunications and entertainment industries. The Birmingham, Ala. native has served on numerous endowment boards and board of directors for sports and education organizations including The Boy Scouts of America, Tri Running Endurance Sports Club, Pagnozzi Charities and the Arkansas Aeronautical Education Center. He has been honored by White House Communications Agency for providing critical communications for the President of the Unites States and White House Staff. Ellenberger holds a BBA and MBA in Marketing both of which he graduated Summa cum Laude. Ellenberger is also an Eagle Scout and a long-time supporter of the Boy Scouts of America. He is married to the former Wanda Jackson from Mobile, Ala., and the couple has two sons, James and Hunter and reside in Ruston.

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Radio Affiliates Basketball

KXKZ = 107.5 FM (Ruston) KNBB = 97.7 FM (Ruston) KJVC = 92.7 (Mansfield) KTKC = 92.9 (Springhill)

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LA Tech Sports Properties begins its sixth year as part of the University’s athletic family and is in charge of the LA Tech Sports Network which will cover every Lady Techster and Bulldog basketball game this season. Every regular season, conference tournament and postseason contest will air live with a 30-minute pregame show and a 30-minute postgame wrap-up. During the 2012-13 basketball season, the Bulldogs will air live on KXKZ 107.5 FM (Ruston) and KJVC 92.7 FM (Mansfield) while the Lady Techsters will air live on ESPN 97.7 FM (Ruston) and KTKC 92.9 FM (Springhill) with just a few exceptions. A select number of men’s games will also be aired on KTKC 92.9 FM (Springhill) while a select number of women’s games will air on KJVC 92.7 FM (Mansfield) – see schedule below. Louisiana Tech Associate Athletics Director Malcolm Butler enters his 14th season providing the live play-by-play action of Lady Techster basketball while also serving as the program’s media relations director. Butler began his broadcasting during the 1999-2000 season serving as the color analyst before taking over the following year as the play-byplay voice. Dave Nitz begins his 38th year as the Voice of the Bulldog basketball team and has broadcast more than 2,000 Louisiana Tech sporting events since joining the University in 1974. He was inducted into the Louisiana Tech Athletics Hall of Fame in October of 2011. Nitz will be joined by color analyst Jack Thigpen, who won more than 500 games on the high school level in Louisiana while also serving as an assistant coach on the collegiate level, including one stint with the Bulldogs. All Bulldog and Lady Techster games can be accessed via the internet by logging onto www.latechsports.com and subscribing to LA Tech All-Access, a subscription-based web service that will provide the audio feed of every game (home and away) and the video feed of the home games. For more information on the LA Tech Sports Network, call General Manager Mason Ellenberger at 318-257-5331.

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Players Kanedria Andrews.........................@nedria_21 Tyjae’ Chenevert.............................@latech_24 Whitney Frazier..............................@whit_frazier2 Veanca Hall.....................................@v_hall42 JaQuan Jackson............................@jmj031jackson Brittney Jefferson..........................@b_jefferson15 Savanna Langston.........................@s_langston33 Kevione Moten...............................@impacthooper32 Lulu Perry........................................@l_perry_23 Ruby Richie.....................................@rubyrichiee Jelena Vucinic................................@j_vucinic4 Chrisstasia Walter.........................@chrisstasia Coaches/Support Personnel Teresa Weatherspoon...................@finisher_11 Malcolm Butler...............................@latechmbutler Drew Miller.....................................@latechmiller Mike Ekanem..................................@latechcoachmike Tomekia Reed.................................@coachtreed Ronnie Barney................................@latechronnieb

Lady Techster Facebook The Lady Techster program has its very own fan page on Facebook. Just log on Facebook and go to Facebook.com/LATechWBB and LIKE us.

The Ruston Daily Leader O.K. “Buddy” Davis 208 West Park Ave. Ruston, LA 71270 Phone: (318) 255-4353     The News-Star Sean Isabella 411 North 4th St. Monroe, LA 71210 Phone: 1-800-259-7788          The Shreveport Times Jimmy Watson P. O. Box 30222 Shreveport, LA 71130-0222 Phone: 1-800-462-6436    KNOE-TV (CBS) Aaron Dietrich P. O. Box 4067 Monroe, LA 71211 Phone: (318) 388-8888    KTVE-TV/KARD-TV (NBC) Gene Ponti 200 Pavilion Road West Monroe, LA 71292 Phone: (318) 323-1972    KTAL-TV (NBC) Brandon Dunn 3150 North Market St. Shreveport, LA 71107 Phone: (318) 629-6000   

KSLA-TV (CBS) Adria Goins 1812 Fairfield Shreveport, LA 71101 Phone: (318) 222-1212    KTBS-TV (ABC) Paul Crane 312 E. Kings Hwy. Shreveport, LA 71104 Phone: (318) 861-5880    KXKZ-FM Nick White P. O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71273 Phone: (318) 255-5000 Bleed Tech Blue Jonathan Ford 1413 E. Mississippi Ruston, LA 71270 Phone: (318) 791-4881 THE TECH TALK Sports Editor Keeney Hall Ruston, LA 71272 Phone: (318) 257-4427 

Social Media: Louisiana Tech fans can access the most in-depth information regarding all the University’s programs through social media opportunities available online. LA Tech All-Access: LA Tech AllAccess is a subscription based platform that Tech fans can access live video/audio streams of almost every Tech home sporting event and live audio streams of road football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and selected baseball and softball games plus press conferences and other special events. For only $9.95 per month or $79.95 for the year, Bulldog and Lady Techster fans can be a part of all of the action. The C-USA Digital Network is similar except it also provides the video portion for road league games in addition to the above content. C-USA Digitial Network subscription cost is $14.95 per month. Facebook: Louisiana Tech athletics has its own facebook page that updates daily with all of the latest information on the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. Become a friend of LA Tech athletics at http://www.facebook.com/ LATechAthletics. Twitter: Members of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department will be tweeting throughout the year with the latest news and in-game score updates. To follow them, simply find them on www.twitter.com.

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-- Tech President Dr. Les Guice

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“Athletics is a central part of Louisiana Tech and an integral component of our efforts to elevate the institution’s national standing.  It is essential that we continue to focus on the success of our student-athletes and ensure that a winning athletics program is achieved with integrity and class.”

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Louisiana Tech became only the second women’s basketball program to reach 1,000 wins ... joining Tennessee.

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1031-244

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• 31 Seasons of 20 or more wins • 21 WNBA Players • 17 Seasons of 30 or more wins • 20 Conference Championships in 24 years • 16 Kodak All-Americans • 4 Olympians • 4 Hall of Famers • 3 Wade Trophy Winners

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Top Women’s Basketball Programs of All-Time By The Sporting News

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Tennessee

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Tennessee

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Connecticut

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Louisiana Tech

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Louisiana Tech

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Tennessee

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Connecticut

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James Madison

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Old Dominion

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Old Dominion

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Stanford

899-280

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Stanford

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Stephen F. Austin

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Montana

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• 27 NCAA Tournaments • 13 Final Fours • 8 National Title Games • 3 National Titles

Tech’s AP Top 25 Dominance

• 647 Total Weeks • 443 Weeks Tech in Top 25 • 371 Weeks Tech in Top 10 • 279 Weeks Tech in Top 5

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BCS Busters: Louisiana Tech has won 72 percent of its games against current members of the SEC, AAC, PAC-12, Big 12, ACC and Big Ten. vs. Big 12 vs. PAC 12 vs. Big 10 vs. ACC vs. AAC vs. SEC Overall

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NCAA SUCCESS

Louisiana Tech has participated in 30 national postseason tournaments, 13 Final Fours, eight national championship games and won three national titles. This includes the AIAW years, prior to the NCAA taking over the tournament in 1982.

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The Lady Techsters have played in 90 NCAA Tournament games in their program’s history, surpassing all but three programs in this impressive feat. Tech has won 65 of those games, the fourth most wins in the NCAA Tournament.

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NCAA Tournament Games

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Tennessee

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Tennessee

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Connecticut

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Stanford

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Stanford

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Louisian Tech

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Louisiana Tech

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Georgia

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Georgia

55

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Duke

71

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Duke

52

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Purdue

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Purdue

45

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North Carolina

65

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North Carolina

42

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Vanderbilt

63

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LSU

41

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60

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Postseason Success – A Louisiana Tech Tradition

Louisiana Tech has played in four of the top seven highest rated televised games in NCAA Tournament history. Louisiana Tech’s win over Cheyney State in the 1982 NCAA National Championship game is the highest rated televised game in the history of the NCAA Tournament (7.3 rating; 5,950,000 homes).

Louisiana Tech ranks third all time in NCAA Final Four victories with eight, trailing only Tennessee and Connecticut.

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Connecticut

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Louisiana Tech

8

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Stanford

6

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Southern Cal

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Multiple Teams

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NCAA Tournaments Tennessee

32

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Georgia

30

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Louisiana Tech

27

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Stanford

27

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Texas

26

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Vanderbilt

26

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Old Dominion

25

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Connecticut

25

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Multiple Teams

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Tennessee

18

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Connecticut

14

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Stanford

11

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Louisiana Tech

10

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Notre Dame

5

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LSU

5

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Duke

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Multiple Teams

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Louisiana Tech is one of only four programs to participate in at least 10 Final Fours, trailing only Tennessee, Connecticut and Stanford in this category.

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Louisiana Tech is one of only four programs in the nation to have participated in at least 27 NCAA Tournaments.

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a pipeline to the WNBA Adrienne

Johnson

Amisha Carter

Cheryl Ford

Trina Frierson

Tamicha Jackson

Vickie Johnson

Janice Lawrence

Betty Lennox

Takeisha Lewis

Monica Maxwell

Ayana Walker

Alisa Burras

Amanda Wilson

(Oakland, Calif.)

(Summerfield, La.)

(Vicksburg, Miss.)

(Dallas, Texas)

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(Franklin, LA)

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(East Chicago, Indiana)

(Lucedale, Miss.)

(Houston, Texas)

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(Independence, Missouri)

(Chicago, Ill.)

(Pineville, La.)

(Shreveport, La.)

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Did You Know? Former Louisiana Tech star Cheryl Ford led the Detroit Shock to three WNBA titles.

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Lady Techsters in WNBA Draft 2011, Adrienne Johnson 2nd Round 27th overall Connecticut Sun 2010, Shanavia Dowdell 2nd Round 18th overall Washington 2005, Erica Taylor 2nd Round 19th overall Washington Mystics 2004, Amisha Carter 2nd Round 17th overall N. Y. Liberty 2004, Trina Frierson 2nd Round 19th overall Seattle Storm 2003, Cheryl Ford 1st Round 3rd overall Detroit Shock 2002, Ayana Walker 2nd Round 20th overall Detroit Shock 2002, Takeisha Lewis 3rd Round 35th overall Seattle Storm 2000, Betty Lennox 1st Round 6th overall Minnesota Lynx 2000, Tamicha Jackson 1st Round 8th overall Detroit Shock 2000, Shaka Massey 4th Round 59th overall Charlotte Sting 1999, Alisa Burras 1st Round* 4th overall Portland Fire 1999, Amanda Wilson 4th Round 46th overall Phoenix Mercury 1997, Vickie Johnson 2nd Round 12th overall N. Y. Liberty (Elite Draft) 1997, Racquel Spurlock 3rd Round 17th overall Houston Comets 1997, Debra Williams 3rd Round 23rd overall Charlotte Sting LATechSports.com

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Teresa Weatherspoon is one of 21 WNBA players who played collegiately at Louisiana Tech.

Iron Woman Former Techster Vickie Johnson retired following the 2009 season after a stellar 13-year WNBA career that saw her play more than 12,000 minutes.

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WNBA Rookies of the Year Former Techsters Betty Lennox and Cheryl Ford have both earned the WNBA Rookie of the Year Award.

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“There is no doubt that (my) four years at Louisiana Tech prepared me for this level. It prepared me competition-wise as well as physically and mentally. The people I practiced against every day at Tech only made me better and that helped me make the adjustment to the WNBA.� --- Cheryl Ford, former Techster and 2003 WNBA Rookie of the Year

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Louisiana Tech boasts six former players/coaches that have been enshrined into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, including four in the last five years.

Kim Mulkey

Leon Barmore (Class of 2003) was on the LA Tech coaching staff for 25 years, including the final 20 as the head coach. Barmore led LA Tech to an overall record of 576-87 during his legacy as head coach, which include nine Final Four appearances, five national championship game appearances and the 1988 national title. Leon Barmore

Janice Lawrence-Braxton

Janice Lawrence-Braxton (Class of 2006) was a two-time Kodak All-American during her playing days in the early 1980s while leading the Lady Techsters to a 1306 record, which included four Final Fours and two national titles. Lawrence-Braxton earned the Wade Trophy in 1984 and still ranks as the second leading scorer in the program’s history. Pam Kelly (Class of 2007) is still considered arguably the greatest player in the history of the LA Tech program. The only three-time Kodak All-American in Lady Techster history, Kelly earned the 1982 Wade Trophy as the nation’s top player while leading Louisiana Tech to a mark of 143-10 during her four seasons, which included two national titles. She is still the program’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder.

Pam Kelly

Sonja Hogg (Class of 2009) was instrumental in starting the LA Tech women’s basketball program along with former President F. Jay Taylor. Hogg was the first head coach in the program’s history, leading LA Tech to a mark of 307-55, six Final Fours and two national titles.

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Kim Mulkey (Class of 2000) led LA Tech to a mark of 130-6 during her four years as a Lady Techsters in the early 1980s while also leading the program to four straight Final Fours and two national championship titles. Mulkey then served as an assistant coach at LA Tech for 15 years.

Teresa Weatherspoon

Teresa Weatherspoon (Class of 2010) lettered for LA Tech in the mid- 1980s where she was a two-time Kodak All-American and the recipient of the 1988 Wade Trophy as the nation’s top player. Weatherspoon led LA Tech to a mark of 118-14 during that time, two national championship appearances and the 1988 national title. She is the program’s all-time leader in assists and steals.

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3 Wade Trophy Winners

This award goes to the top player in women’s basketball every year. Louisiana Tech is one of only four schools to boast at least three Wade Trophy winners, including Pam Kelly, Janice Lawrence and Teresa Weatherspoon. Louisiana Tech boasts more Wade Trophy winners than programs such as Tennessee, Sothern Cal and Georgia.

Pam Kelly

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Tennessee

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Connecticut

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Stanford

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Louisiana Tech

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Ohio State

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Georgia

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Kodak All-Americans

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A State Farm (formerly Kodak) All-American team is selected each year hon- 2. oring the top collegiate players. Since the team’s inception in 1975, Louisiana 3. Tech ranks in the top five all-time with 16 State Farm All-American selections 4. trailing only Tennessee, UConn and Stanford.

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Kodak Corner

Kodak All-Americans 2000, Tamicha Jackson 1999, Amanda Wilson 1996, Debra Williams, Vickie Johnson 1995, Vickie Johnson 1990, Venus Lacy 1989, Nora Lewis 1988, Teresa Weatherspoon 1987, Teresa Weatherspoon 1985, Pam Gant 1984, Janice Lawrence 1983, Janice Lawrence 1982, Angela Turner, Pam Kelly 1981, Pam Kelly 1980, Pam Kelly

Venus Lacy

Nora Lewis

Vickie Johnson

Amanda Wilson

Debra Williams

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UConn 7 LA Tech 3 Old Dominion 3 Texas 3

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conference from 36 team titles...

During its 26-years as a member of a conference, Louisiana Tech has dominated to the tune of 20 conference regular season titles and 16 conference tournament titles while posting an eye-popping record of 330-55 in conference regular season games.

Adrienne Johnson and the Lady Techsters captured the 2011 WAC Championship.

1987-88 American South Champions (Season, Tournament) 1988-89 American South Champions (Season, Tournament) 1989-90 American South Champions (Season, Tournament) 1990-91 American South Champions (Tournament) 1992-93 Sun Belt Champions (Season) 1993-94 Sun Belt Champions (Season, Tournament) 1994-95 Sun Belt Champions (Season) 1995-96 Sun Belt Champions (Season, Tournament) 1996-97 Sun Belt Champions (Season, Tournament) 1997-98 Sun Belt Champions (Season, Tournament) 1998-99 Sun Belt Champions (Season, Tournament) 1999-00 Sun Belt Champions (Season, Tournament) 2000-01 Sun Belt Champions (Season, Tournament) 2001-02 Western Athletic Champions (Season, Tournament) 2002-03 Western Athletic Champions (Season, Tournament) 2003-04 Western Athletic Champions (Season, Tournament) 2004-05 Western Athletic Champions (Season) 2005-06 Western Athletic Champions (Season, Tournament) 2006-07 Western Athletic Champions (Season) 2008-09 Western Athletic Champions (Season) 2009-10 Western Athletic Champions (Tournament) 2010-11 Western Athletic Champions (Season)

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE TITLES

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Domination

...to 19 conference players of the year

6-1, Senior, Forward Franklin, La. 2011 WAC Player of the Year

6-3, Junior, Center Chicago, Ill. 1997 Sun Belt Player of the Year

5-7, Junior, Guard Kingsland, Ark. 2005 WAC Player of the Year

Cheryl Ford

Betty Lennox

Amanda Wilson

6-3, Junior/Senior, Center Summerfield, La. 2002 & 2003 WAC Player of the Year

5-8, Senior, Guard Independence, Mo. 2000 SBC Player of the Year

Vickie Johnson

Pam Thomas

5-9, Junior/Senior, Guard Coushatta, La. 1995 & 1996 SBC Player of the Year

Venus Lacy

6-4, Junior/Senior, Center Chattanooga, Tenn. 1989 & 1990 ASC Player of the Year

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6-1, Senior, Forward Shreveport, La. 1998 & 1999 SBC Player of the Year

5-3, Senior, Guard Shreveport, La. 1994 SBC Player of the Year

Shantel Hardison 5-9, Senior, Guard Natchitoches, La. 1992 SBC Player of the Year

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Alisa Burras

Tasha Williams

5-10, Senior, Guard Minden, La. 2007 WAC Player of the Year

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6-2, Senior, Forward Oakland, Calif. 2004 WAC Player of the Year

Shan moore

6-2, Junior, Forward Calera, Ala. 2009 & 2010 WAC Player of the Year

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Amisha Carter

Shanavia Dowdell

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ADrienne Johnson

Teresa Weatherspoon 5-8, Senior, Guard Pineland, Texas 1988 ASC Player of the Year

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Lady Techsters in

A total of 15 Lady Techsters have competed for various USA Basketball teams, including at least one player in each of the last four decades.

Lady Techsters have captured a total of 28 medals playing for various USA Basketball teams, including 22 gold medals, three silver medals and three bronze medals.

Amy Brown 1993 US Olympic Festival-South 4-0 / Gold Nicole Collins 1991 US Olympic Festival-South 3-1 / Gold Sandra Felton 1981 US Olympic Festival-South 3-1 / Gold Pam Gant 1981 US Olympic Festival-Midwest 2-2 / Bronze Vickie Green 1982 US Olympic Festival-South 4-0 / Gold Tamicha Jackson 1997 FIBA U19 World Championships 6-1 / Gold

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Kay Konerza 1982 US Olympic Festival-North 1-3 / Fourth

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Louisiana Tech players have competed in the Olympics, the World Championships, the World University Games, the Pan American Games, the Goodwill Games, the Junior World Championships, the R. William Jones Cup and the US Olympic Festival.

Venus Lacy 1997 U  SA Basketball International Invitational 3-1 / Gold 1996 Olympics 8-0 / Gold 1991 Pan American Games 4-2 / Bronze 1989 F IBA Americas Championship / Tournament of the Americas 3-4 / Fourth Janice Lawrence 1984 Olympics 6-0 / Gold 1984 R. William Jones Cup 8-0 / Gold 1983 World Championships 6-2 / Silver 1983 Pan American Games 5-0 / Gold 1981 US Olympic Festival-South 3-1 / Gold Kim Mulkey 1984 Olympics 6-0 / Gold 1984 R. William Jones Cup 8-0 / Gold 1983 World Championships 6-2 / Silver 1983 Pan American Games 5-0 / Gold 1981 US Olympic Festival-South 3-1 / Gold

Amber Obaze 2002 FIBA Americas U20 Championship 4-0 / Gold Lori Scott 1983 World University Games 5-1 / Gold Racquel Spurlock 1994 R. William Jones Cup 8-0 / Gold 1993 FIBA U19 World Championship 5-2 / Seventh Ayana Walker 2001 World University Games 7-1 / Gold 1999 World University Games 4-2 / Silver Teresa Weatherspoon 1992 Olympics 4-1 / Bronze 1988 Olympics 5-0 / Gold 1987 World University Games 4-1 / Fifth 1986 World Championships 7-0 / Gold 1986 Goodwill Games 5-0 / Gold

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Lady Techsters have led their respective US National Teams to a mark of 155-28 alltime, including a mark of 29-1 in the Olympics.

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Venus Lacy (1996), Janice Lawrence (1984), Kim Mulkey (1984) and Teresa Weatherspoon (1988) all won Olympic Gold Medals during their USA Basketball playing days.

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THOMAS ASSEMBLY CENTER

Toughest Place in the Country to Play! Ruston is home to Louisiana Tech University and is one of the toughest places in the country to play. Louisiana Tech has won more than 90 percent of its games played in Ruston since the program’s inception in 1974.

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A Crowded House

503-57 IN RUSTON TOP 15 CROWDS OF ALL-TIME 1.

8,975

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Tech 79, UL-Monroe 77 (OT)

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8,825

01.14.1984

Tech 88, UL-Monroe 67

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8,700

12.04.1982

USC 64, Tech 58

4.

8,635

01.09.1995

Tennessee 62, Tech 56

5.

8,372

11.30.1998

Tennessee 92, Tech 73

6.

8,370

01.03.1984

Tech 75, USC 66

7.

8,340

02.09.1983

Tech 104, UL-Monroe 56

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8,110

02.18.1986

UL-Monroe 82, Tech 74

9.

7,650

03.23.1984

Tech 92, LSU 67

City (university) record

10. 7,633

12.10.2000

Tennessee 70, Tech 62

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7,526

02.24.1997

Tech 98, Tennessee 80

12.

7,476

02.10.1995

Tech 83, W. Kentucky 72

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01.07.2001

Connecticut 71, Tech 55

14.

7,240

01.07.1989

Tech 87, LSU 60

15.

7,160

02.14.1989

Tennessee 72, Tech 65

percentage

Knoxville, Tenn. (Tennessee)

522-49 91.42%

Ruston, La. (LA Tech)

503-57 89.82%

Missoula, Mont. (Montana)

484-69 87.52%

Salt Lake City, Utah (Utah)

452-74

85.93%

Palo Alto, Calif. (Stanford)

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84.86%

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Almost 2 million Techster fans have filled the home arenas in Ruston to watch Louisiana Tech play. Louisiana Tech annually ranks in the Top 40 in home attendance. Tech has played before at least 7,000 fans in the Thomas Assembly Center 17 times in the program’s history.

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KARL MALONE COURT

Thanks to the generous donation by Louisiana Tech legend Karl Malone, the Lady Techsters are competing on a state-of-the-art surface. The state-of-the-art Karl Malone Court is a beautiful new hardwood surface that is the same type of playing surface that NBA teams use at their facilities.

LOUISIANA TECH MILESTONE WINS IN RUSTON No. 1

TECH 97, LSU 83

01.24.1975, Memorial Gym

No. 50

TECH 93, LSU 61

02.02.1980, Memorial Gym

No. 84

TECH 82, Kentucky 60

No. 85

TECH 83, Alabama 56

No. 100

TECH 91, M. Tennessee 59

03.17.1983, Assembly Center

No. 200

TECH 87, UL-Monroe 49

12.05.1989, Assembly Center

No. 250

TECH 99, Texas Southern 57

12.03.1993, Assembly Center

No. 300

TECH 66, Southern Cal 47

12.07.1996, Assembly Center

No. 400

TECH 74, Ohio State 61

03.25.2003, Assembly Center

No. 500

TECH 71, Texas State 58

01.10.2013, Assembly Center

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03.20.1982, Memorial Gym (Last in arena) 12.09.1982, Assembly Center (1st in arena)

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Hoop Troop

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Led by one of the all-time great band directors in Jim Robken, Louisiana Tech’s Hoop Troop is considered one of the top collegiate basketball bands in the entire country. The Hoop Troop has earned this reputation by traveling all over the nation following the Lady Techsters during their conference tournament and NCAA Tournament play.

Paul Millsap Vision presented by community trust bank

In. Your. Face. The $1.2 million Paul Millsap Vision presented by Community Trust Bank was installed in October and will elevate the game day experience in the Thomas Assembly Center.

Banners

Red, white and blue. These banners fly high in the rafters of the Thomas Assembly Center marking Louisiana Tech’s 13 Final Fours, eight national title appearances and three national titles.

Great Competition

Louisiana Tech has always scheduled home games against some of the top teams in the country, making the Thomas Assembly Center experience even more enjoyable. In the last decade the TAC has hosted some of the nations top teams including UCONN, Tennessee, Penn State, Vanderbilt, Arizona, LSU, Mississippi State and more.

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“We recruit some of the top basketball players in the country, and we want them to be proud of their locker room facility. We’ve done some major renovations to the locker room over the last few years as a commitment to the student-athletes who have committed four years of their lives to us. Now when players walk into this facility and see the WNBA mural and Kodak All-American display, they instantly understand the tradition and incredible history of this program. Our locker room is a reminder of the ultimate goal – to win championships.” -- Head Coach Teresa Weatherspoon

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• new hardwood floors • new carpet • WNBA mural • WNBA display • Kodak All-American display • championship trophy display • glass display highlighting Louisiana Tech’s postseason accomplishments • big screen plasma television for watching video during scouting sessions of opponents • newly constructed player lounge featuring a big screen TV, audio sound system, couches, and a computer work station • 15 hardwood lockers complete with personal lock boxes

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LOUISIANA TECH’S women’s basketball locker room has been completely renovated over the past few years and is considered one of the top locker facilities in the collegiate game. The Lady Techster locker room features:

• state-of-the-art video editing equipment

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Karl Malone

weightroom

New State-of-the-Art Equipment

• 8 powerlift nine-foot combo power racks with platforms • 8 powerlift glute ham machines • 15 hammer strength machines • 2 sets of iron grip GX dumb bells (5 to 150 lbs)

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Louisiana Tech legend Karl Malone recently funded new stateof-the-art equipment in the Karl Malone Weightroom. Malone was considered one of the most well-conditioned athletes in the history of the NBA. He returned to Louisiana Tech as a member of the strength and conditioning staff while also assisting with marketing the university’s athletic programs.

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Dr. William bundrick

Sports medicine center L A D Y

More than 3,800 square feet of athletic training facility built in 2001. Contains

• swimex therapy pool • cardiovascular equipment • training tables • private staff offices • physicians examination room

geons in the country as one of its own. Dr. William Bundrick lettered for the Bulldogs in the late 1950s before graduating and moving on to LSU Medical School in New Orleans. Today, he is not only the Lady Techsters’ team physician, but he is also the benefactor of the

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Sports Medicine Department located in the Charles Wyly Athletic Center.

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LIFE AS A

It’s amazing what can be accomplished when no one cares who receives the credit.

We all are equal in that we have 24 hours in a day. It’s what we choose to do with those 24 hours that determines our GREATNESS. Choose to be GREAT. Choose to be a LADY TECHSTER.

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God + Family + Education + Basketball = Success

Any team will be successful when the parts of the team never forget what the whole of the team is about.

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DISCIPLINE:

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Doing what you don’t want to do when you don’t want to do it.

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LIFE AS A lady techster Lady Techster Philosophy 1 - The program is bigger than anyone of us, but the program is each of us.

3 - Team membership means making the team a priority. 4 - Lead, follow, or get out of the way. 5 - Everyone, everyday, on the same page.

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2 - We acknowledge our differences but focus on what we have in common.

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Chemistry means that when a team steps on the floor, they all want the same thing. It is having the same goal. Chemistry is necessary to win games. L A D Y B A S K E T B A L L

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Head Coach

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Teresa Weatherspoon - National Champion - Olympic Gold Medalist - WNBA All-Star - Hall of Famer All-American

Teresa Weatherspoon played with a fire and passion that few people possess during her four-year career at Louisiana Tech (1984-88). She led the Lady Techsters to four NCAA Tournaments, two Final Fours and the 1988 National Championship title while earning Kodak All-American honors as a junior and senior. During her four year career, Spoon led LA Tech to a mark of 118-14 and was awarded the 1988 Wade Trophy as the nation’s top player.

Gold Medalist

Following her LA Tech career, Teresa Weatherspoon played for the US National Team in two Olympics – the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea and the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain. Weatherspoon led Team USA to a mark of 9-1 during those two Olympic competitions, including a perfect 5-0 record and the gold medal in 1988.

WNBA All-Star

Teresa Weatherspoon spent eight years in the WNBA where she played seven seasons for the New York Liberty and one season with the Los Angeles Sparks. She led New York to three WNBA championship series appearances. She was a five-time WNBA All-Star, a four-time allWNBA second teamer and the two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year. She was named one of the 15 greatest players in WNBA history and inducted into the New York Liberty Ring of Honor in 2011.

WAC Champion

It’s no surprise to anyone that Teresa Weatherspoon has already made her mark on the Lady Techster program in just a few short years. After being named interim head coach in February of 2009, Spoon led the Lady Techsters to the 2009 Western Athletic Conference regular season title, the 2010 WAC Tournament title and the 2011 WAC regular season title. Tech has earned postseason berths in three of four years.

Hall of Famer

All-American. Gold Medalist. WNBA All-Star. WAC Champion Coach. All of it adds up to a spot in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame … which is exactly where Teresa Weatherspoon now resides as she was inducted as part of the Class of 2010.

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Leon Barmore

Kim Mulkey Former Tech All-American and current Baylor head coach “I am thrilled Teresa is the head coach of the Lady Techsters. She has the personality to bring out the best in players. She learned from Coach Leon Barmore how to demand the best from everyone in order to provide a product on the floor that makes everyone proud. With support from administration and resources, she will be awesome as the Lady Techster coach.”

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Former Utah Jazz All-Star and 2-time NBA MVP “Teresa’s hiring was a no-brainer. She is clearly the right person to lead the Lady Techster program back to the national scene. She has a tremendous love and passion for the university and for the game. As smart as she is and as much knowledge that she has for the game, she is going to be a great head coach.”

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Legendary LA Tech Hall of Fame Coach “I’m so pleased and excited that Spoon is coaching the Lady Techsters. If anyone can get it done and bring the program back to the ‘glory days’, Spoon can. I know her teams will hustle and play defense with the same passion and fire that she played with during her playing days. Her team will go all out on each possession and she will accept nothing but their very best. Spoon is a winner and will make Louisiana Tech one.”

Isiah Thomas Legendary NBA guard and FORMER Florida International head coach “Teresa is a hard worker with great intensity and passion for the game. Her lifelong love for the game will transfer into her being a great coach.”

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this is Louisiana

At Louisiana Tech YOU are not a number, YOU are family. louisiana tech is classified as a Tier 1 National University, the only Carnegie Doctoral/High Research University and the only SREB Doctoral Four-Year 2 Research University in north Louisiana. is the highest ranked university in Louisiana in starting median pay for graduates (PayScale.com’s 2012-2013 College Salary Report) is ranked as one of the nation’s 25 Most Affordable Colleges (for both in-state and out-of-state students) by Newsweek and The Daily Beast. is ranked No. 21 in the nation for providing its graduates with the best returns on their investments (ROI) in their college educations (AdvisorOne.) is ranked No. 17 in nation among “Low Cost Colleges with High Starting Salaries for Graduates” (Affordable Colleges Online) is ranked No. 11 in the nation in list of “25 Most Underrated Colleges In America” from Business Insider.

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More than 700 companies worldwide travel to campus eAch yeAR to RecRUit loUisiAnA tech gRAdUAtes

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Dr. Les Guice became the 14th president in the history of Louisiana Tech University on July 1, 2013.   

B A S K E T B A L L

“Louisiana Tech has a really great foundation of excellence, and we’re not starting from scratch by any means. We’ve got so many of the ingredients in place. My vision is to continue to progress Louisiana Tech in national prominence, but to turn that national prominence into things that bring benefit to North Louisiana, to our citizens of this state and to all of the students and stakeholders of the university.” -- Dr. Les Guice, University President

Quarter System – Big Advantage for the Student-Athlete Louisiana Tech has a unique advantage of being on the quarter system as opposed to the semester system. The quarter system provides significant advantages for the students: Lighter workload (take 3 classes instead of 5)

Shorter academic sessions (12 weeks instead of 18)

More frequent breaks during and between academic sessions

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student-athlete

The Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC)

is committed to the success of Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes.

Programs Provided by BARC Tutoring and group help sessions in all subjects

 upplemental instruction from students who have S already successfully completed a certain course

Writing assistance

Advising opportunities  eferral program for students needing additional assisR tance

Computer labs and study hall space

“Louisiana Tech has allowed me to be a part of a bigger family and not just another number enrolled in a university. Here you are able to have a personal relationship with other students and other professors in your field of study. You have that one-on-one time if you have problems. Tech has become a second home to me and my two brothers. I love it, and my family loves it.”

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- Lyle Fitte, Senior (Port Sulphur, La.)

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B A S K E T B A L L “One of my best experiences this year has been to study and play tennis at Louisiana Tech University.  It was difficult to get away from my family, but here the people are very friendly, fun and help you at all, so now I feel at home.  I am very happy in the field of my sport (tennis) because Coach Gomez has helped me during the time that I’ve been here. He does the best he can and helps us to improve our tennis, studies and daily life. ” - Alexandra Starkova, Sophomore (Madrid, Spain)

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BRAD HERMAN heads up the Louisiana Tech athletics academic center to help the University’s student-athletes excel in the classroom and ultimately earn their degrees, something that is the No. 1 goal for the administration and coaches at Tech.

– Ray Holley, 2012 Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American (1st team)

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- Erin Kipp, 2013 Capital One CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican (2nd team)

Bulldog running back Ray Holley became the fourth LA Tech student-athlete (second football player) to earn first team Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American honors. Holley carried a 3.50 grade point average while pursuing his master’s degree in counseling. On the field, he rushed for 740 yards and seven TDs.

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“Being a student and an athlete at the same time has its challenges, but is totally worth it. I wouldn’t have been able to do any of this without the amazing teachers at Tech … And the quarter system is absolutely amazing! We only have to take four classes at a time, plus we get more vacation/breaks than any other school.”

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today’s freshman is

louisiana tech saw Ray Holley (football) and Erin Kipp (softball) earn Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American honors last year. saw 68 student-athletes earn Academic All-WAC honors in 2012-13 (and more than 900 during its 12-year membership in the league). saw four programs record their highest single year Academic Progress Rate (APR) while seven of them earned their highest fouryear APR. saw the Bulldog golf program earn an NCAA Public Recognition Award for the third straight year, after ranking in the top 10 percent in multi-year APR for their respective sport.

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Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes recorded an all-time high four-year graduation success rate of 76 percent, which was four percentage points better than the previous record-high of 72 percent.

louisiana tech boasts the University of Louisiana System’s highest graduation rate at 54.8 percent. boasts the ULS’ fastest time to completion for first time baccalaureates at 4.9 years. boasts the ULS’ highest average freshman ACT scores at 24.1.

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USA … USA … USA …

as in Conference USA C-USA will consist of 16 teams with nine of those residing in the central time zone including Tulane, Southern Miss, Rice, Tulsa, UTSA, North Texas, UAB and Middle Tennessee. The league also includes consists of seven schools outside of the central time zone including UTEP, Marshall, Charlotte, East Carolina, Old Dominion, FIU and Florida Atlantic. This allows the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters to create natural geographic rivalries with a host of outstanding academic and athletic institutions. C-USA is strengthening itself for the future with growing institutions, in large and thriving markets, with tremendous upside potential.

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Louisiana Tech begins its first year as a member of Conference USA after a successful 12-year affiliation with the Western Athletic Conference.

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On the Web Website: ConferenceUSA.com Twitter: @Conference_USA Facebook: ConferenceUSA Instagram: Conference USA

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C-USA home markets this year will include more than 14.5 million TV households, a 43 percent increase from last year. C-USA is a highly-recognized national brand. The league has great television partners with Fox Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN.

C-USA teams are 8-2 in bowl games in the last two years. C-USA has five primary bowl agreements and two additional secondary agreements for alternative years. LA Tech (Illinois, Virginia), Middle Tennessee (Georgia Tech) and Tulsa (Iowa State) all defeated BCS teams during the 2012 football season. Seven C-USA men’s basketball teams in 2013-14 will be coming off postseason appearances, including LA Tech’s NIT berth.

Academic Success C-USA has recognized more than 22,000 studentathletes for their academic achievements. Since 2006, the number of studentathletes qualifying for the Commissioner’s Honor Roll has increased by more than 60 percent.

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As one of the largest FBS conferences in 2013, C-USA membership will include institutions in 12 of the top 65 television markets, eight in the Top 40 and four in the Top 25 according to Neilson.

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TV Markets

Since 2008-09, C-USA has acknowledged more than 150 student-athletes through the Spirit of Service Award, highlighting community outreach and athletic and academic achievements.

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MALONE

BRADSHAW

POON WEATHERS

BROOKS B A S K E T B A L L

Louisiana Tech continues to give back on a global level in every profession and every day, either on center stage or behind the scenes. Tech alums seize the opportunity on campus to make a difference off it; because of you, the University’s influence spreads, now more than ever. Leon Barmore: Best winning percentage of any other coach in history of NCAA women’s basketball, five-time Hall of Famer Albert Bourland: Retired President of Daimler-Benz Washington, Inc., manufacturer of Mercedes Benz Terry Bradshaw: Member of FOX NFL Sunday, NFL Hall of Fame, No. 1 pick in the 1970 NFL draft, winner of four Super Bowls Kix Brooks: Songwriter, guitar player, entertainer, Tech fan, host of American Country Music Countdown John D. Caruthers, Jr.: President of the Seven States I-69 Mid-Continent Highway Coalition Tara Collins: Developer of the MediKin Hematology Teaching Vein, a “hands on” way of understanding blood disorders and diseases, especially HIV/AIDS

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James Davison: Developer of Squire Creek Country Club, Board of Directors for Genesis Energy, former Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System

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Benny Denny: CEO of Bank of Ruston, President of Louisiana Tech University Foundation Rosemary Ellis: Editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine A.C. Hollins, Jr.: Vice-President/Director of Operations & Infrastructure for National Security Technologies, LLC (NSTec), Las Vegas Emily Howell and Julie Bartlett Stephenson: Back-toback recipients of “Teacher of the Year” award in Louisiana, high school division, in 2012 and 2011; Jenny Marie Blalock was 2011 Louisiana Elementary School Teacher of the Year

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Mervin Parker: Corporate Forestry Manager of Hunt Forest Products, a privately held company with more than 65,000 acres of timberland owned and managed and more than 700 employees in the state of Louisiana

Teresa Weatherspoon: Named one of the top 15 players in WNBA history, Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer, coach of the Lady Techsters basketball team, Olympic gold medalist and Wade Trophy winner Sam Wyly: Co-founder of Green Mountain Energy, Maverick Capital, Ranger Capital Group, Michaels Stores, and Sterling Software, Inc.

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Max Watson, Jr.: Founder and President of BMC Software, Inc.; named by Forbes Magazine in Top 15 of 200 Best Small Companies

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Glen Post, III: Chief Executive Officer and President of CenturyLink, which employs nearly 48,000, has operating revenues of $4.596 billion on a consolidated basis and is the third largest telecommunications company in America

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Scott Poole: Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Roy O. Martin Lumber Company, one of the largest independently owned forest products companies in the South

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Hilton Nicholson: CEO of Sixnet, member of FCC Advisory Board

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Eddie McGough: Senior Vice President for Alcon Laboratories, a global medical company specializing in eye care products

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Michael McCallister: Chairman of the Board/CEO of Humana, Inc., which employs 30,000 nationwide and has revenues of $33 billion

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Karl Malone: Two-time NBA MVP, Ruston-area businessman, member of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, second-leading scorer in NBA history

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Sandy Johnson: President/owner of Barrios Technology in Houston; earned NASA’s highest award – the George M. Low Award for Quality and Excellence, won twice – and in 2004 received NASA’s highest honor, the Distinguished Public Service Medal.

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Louisiana Tech’s Athletic Department: officially became a member of Conference USA on July 1 as the University made the all-sports move to the 16-team league. introduced Tommy McClelland as the new athletic director during a press conference held at the Charles Wyly Athletic Center on July 16. completed facility additions and renovations to J.C. Love Field, the Lady Techster Softball Complex and the Lady Techster Soccer Field. ranked eighth in the nation in combined winning percentage for the University’s football and men’s basketball teams (was the topranked non-AQ program). saw completion and the dedication of the Scotty Robertson Court located in Memorial Gym, which serves as a practice facility both the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters.

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On the playing fields: Men’s basketball earned its first top 25 ranking since 1985, captured its first regular season conference since 1999, and won the second most games in program history during WAC Coach of the Year Mike White’s second season. Football earned its first Top 25 ranking since 1999, led the country in scoring offense and total offense, defeated two BCS schools in Illinois and Virginia in consecutive weeks and saw punter Ryan Allen repeat as the Ray Guy Award winner and quarterback Colby Cameron win the Sammy Baugh Award.

Baseball recorded its lowest team ERA (4.48) in two decades as sophomore Phil Maton earned first team all-conference honors while leading the WAC in strikeouts.

Kim Francis became the first Tech hurdler to run a sub-13.00 time in the 100-meter hurdles and competed in the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Trey Hadnot earned his third All-America honor by winning the bronze medal in the 200-meter dash in the NCAA Indoor Championships.

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Bowler Kayla Ghersini was nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year after posting a 3.35 grade point average in economics as an undergrad and a 3.32 in graduate school.

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Lady Techster Stephanie Salas finished her collegiate volleyball career and signed a professional contract to play with Guaynabo Mets in Puerto Rico.

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Tennis won seven WAC matches, earned the No. 3 seed in WAC Tournament and Joanna Nalborska became the program’s first ever conference freshman of the year during Freddy Gomez first season as head coach.

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Soccer recorded an 11-game unbeaten streak which included a 1-1 tie against No. 19 Denver and finished the year 12-5-4 with a roster that included 17 freshmen.

Bulldog golf saw Victor Lange and Travis Wilmore capture individual titles during the season while the program earned its third straight NCAA Public Recognition Award for ranking in the top 10 percent nationally in Academic Progress Rates. Softball recorded a winning record under first year head coach Mark Montgomery while also registering a winning mark in Western Athletic Conference play and earning its highest seed ever in the WAC Tournament. Women’s basketball was invited to play in historic Madison Square Garden against Rutgers as part of the Maggie Dixon Classic. @LATechWBB

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University Park is a community of Tech students who want the convenience of on-campus living and the privacy and sophistication of high-tech, spacious apartments and townhouses with a signature Louisiana Tech view.

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2- and 4-bedroom designs

Townhouse features a spiral staircase to a loft with two bedrooms and a bath

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Kitchen equipped with range and refrigerator High speed internet access A  pedestrian bridge provides easy, direct access from UP to the heart of campus

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Class is Over … Time to Eat and Socialize! The Student Center’s all-you-care-to-eat Café is a good start. Also, in the Student Center, there is a Chick-fil-A, Asian fare, sushi, salads, homestyle burgers and more. In Tolliver, take your pick from McAlister’s Deli or pizza or grab something from the convenience store. Watch bigscreen TVs and utilize the wireless internet hot spots while you eat in Tolliver, or sit outside on the picnic tables or in either of two dining areas in the Student Center. Students can also get plenty of Louisiana flavor as Ruston is full of local restaurants that range from a little Cajun spice to southern down-home cooking. Also one of the most frequented areas of campus where students hang out to study and socialize is under the century-old oak trees located in the quadrangle. @LATechWBB

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student LIFE There are over 180 student organizations on the Louisiana Tech campus. Plus LA Tech offers 16 NCAA sanctioned athletic programs (Bulldogs and Lady Techsters) and of course Tech students are some of the best fans in the South. This year Tech students can make plenty of road trips to follow their beloved Bulldogs and Lady Techsters as the University makes the all-sports move to the geographical friendly Conference USA.

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The Miss Tech pageant is just one of many annual student events on campus, including unity step shows, Greek Week, Spring Fling, homecoming, talent shows, concerts, intramurals, sporting events, student organizations, theatrical and musical productions and more.

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The Lambright Sports and Wellness Center is both old and new. A $12 million expansion means two pools, sunbathing, Counter Culture at LA Tech, and plenty of relaxing social opportunities. It also contains a rock climbing wall, bowling alleys, basketball courts as well as plenty of cardio and weight training . It’s a place of leisure or a place to challenge yourself.

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The Lady Techster basketball team volunteered with Buddy Ball, a local softball league for special needs children.

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Louisiana Tech football coaches and players participated in the 4th annual Pigskin and Pearls event this past July which generates charitable funds for the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central Louisiana.

making a difference LA Tech student-athletes volunteered more than 3,000 hours of community service this past school year with all 16 Division I sanctioned programs involved in some aspect of giving back to the community. Community service projects range from interaction with local schools to the Boys and Girls Club to the Methodist Children’s Home to the local retirement/nursing homes to the DART Pumpkin Patch.

Members of the Bulldog baseball team participated in the 3rd annual Wiggin’ Out Dinner in early October and sponsored by Louisiana Tech in conjunction with the Northern Louisiana Medical Center and The Minute Magazine. The annual event, part of the school’s Bulldogs Tackling Breast Cancer initiative, raises money for people in North Louisiana who cannot afford wigs while undergoing chemotherapy treatment.

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The Lady Techster softball team prepared Halloween bags filled with candy for youngsters at the local Methodist Children’s Home in Ruston.

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00 JaQuan Jackson

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2 Whitney Frazier

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3 Ruby Richie

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Ruston, La./Ouachita Baptist

4 Jelena Vucinic

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Nelson, New Zealand/Waimea College

10 Chrisstasia Walter Guard

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Texarkana, Ark./Hutchinson CC

15 Brittney Jefferson

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Leggett, Texas/Angelina College

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El Dorado, Ark./El Dorado HS

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Benton, La./Benton HS

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Forward 6-3

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Richmond, Calif./Diablo Valley JC

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Monroe, La./Ouachita HS

33 Savanna Langston Forward 6-2

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El Dorado, Ark./Parkers Chapel HS

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Coaching Staff Head Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon (Louisiana Tech, 2008) Assistant Coach: Drew Miller (Kenyon College, 1995) Assistant Coach: Mike Ekanem (Texas Lutheran, 2005) Assistant Coach: Tomekia Reed (Georgia Southwestern, 2003)

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2013-14 Louisiana Tech Numerical Roster

Support Staff Associate A.D./Radio: Malcolm Butler (Louisiana Tech, 1994) Director of Basketball Operation: Ronnie Barney (Schreiner, 2008) Athletic Trainer: Mandy Miller (UAB, 1998) Academic Adviser: Kaitlynn McCanna (Texas Lutheran, 2011)

Pronounciation Guide Kanedria (kuh-NEE-druh) Andrews Tyja (TIE-szhay) Chenevert (SHIN-eh-vert) Veanca (VEE-ahn-kuh) Hall JaQuan (juh-KWON) Jackson Jelena (YELL-n-uh) Vucinic (VIEW-cheh-netch) Chrisstasia (kris-STAY-shuh) Walter

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F • 6-0 • Jr/2L El Dorado, Ark. @whit_frazier2

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Savanna Langston F • 6-2 • Jr/2L El Dorado, Ark. @s_langston33

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F • 6-4 • Fr/HS Monroe, La. @impacthooper32

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Louisiana Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon knows the storied history of the Lady Techster basketball program as well as anybody. After all, Weatherspoon led LA Tech to its last national championship title as a senior in 1988 when the Lady Techsters fought back from a double digit halftime deficit to defeat Auburn 56-54 at the Tacoma Dome in Washington. The former two-time Kodak AllAmerican will lead her beloved Lady Techsters into the inaugural season as a member of Conference USA as the University made the all-sports move on July 1. It will be a new conference. She will have an entirely new coaching staff. However, it will be the same old goals for Weatherspoon and Co. – competing for a league title and postseason play. “It will be a difficult challenge as we have stepped up in the talent level of the teams,” Weatherspoon said. “When you talk about competing in C-USA, we have to have players who can be effective and productive on a nightly basis. We need to make sure we compete on that major level every single night. “The one thing I like the most (about C-USA) is we will be able to LATechSports.com

develop regional rivalries. It is also an opportunity for our fans to follow us on the road. Recruiting is a major plus. Also it helps our kids with their studies as they won’t miss as much class time. It’s nothing but a positive for our entire university. “It has definitely helped us in recruiting. We have been able to get some talented recruits who want to be a part of our program. It’s a stronger conference, and it gives us more exposure for our university and players. That has meant a lot to the recruits. It gets us into homes.” In addition to learning a new league, Weatherspoon, who enters her sixth year at the helm at her alma mater with a record of 87-51, will also be developing a coaching chemistry with an entirely new staff. During the offseason, Weatherspoon added assistant coaches Drew Miller, Mike Ekanem and Tomekia Reed as well as director of basketball operations Ronnie Barney. “The difference has been the input of all of the coaches,” Weatherspoon said about the energy level and enthusiasm of the players during fall workouts. “Everyone has great ideas on how we can take each kid and put them in positions

to be successful. Their experience really is a benefit. The atmosphere is different. The energy is different. The excitement is different. They are young go-getters, and they have some experience and connections that are invaluable. It has been amazing. “The major challenge is getting the kids to buy into the thoughts and ideas of others, especially when you have a brand new staff. So the challenge is for each one of them to make sure the kids trust and believe in them… it is all about buying in. We all make sure that the energy we bring on a daily basis is positive … the kids see it. They don’t see anything splintered. It’s been very positive for them.” The Lady Techsters return seven letterwinners and three starters from last year’s team while welcoming five newcomers to the mix. Their 2013-14 schedule is loaded with 13 postseason teams from a year ago, including six NCAA Tournament teams. The Lady Techsters marquee match-ups include starting the season on the road at South Carolina on Nov. 10 and then traveling to face ACC foe Virginia Nov. 16. Tech then opens its home schedule with #WeAreLATech


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career-high 23 points in the season finale against Seattle. The 5-foot-7inch sparkplug also scored 18 points at LSU and 16 points against Top 25 South Carolina. Jackson is one of two true freshmen on the LadyTechster roster after signing with Louisiana Tech following a stellar prep career at Harker Heights High School in Texas. “She is a freshman who doesn’t know she is a freshman,” Weatherspoon said. “She is an amazing ball handler. She can handle it, shoot it and get into the painted area to score. She doesn’t play like a freshman. She has a great deal of confidence in her ability; a great deal of energy. She just needs to understand the college game.” The 5-foot-8-inch guard was a two-time district MVP selection during her time with the Lady Knights and a four-time all-district selection. As a junior she averaged 12.2 points and 4.9 steals per game while helping Harker Heights to a 35-2 record and a second straight Region II-5A quarterfinals appearance. As a senior she averaged 14.8 points and 3.8 assists per game. She was ranked a Top 150 high school recruit by ESPN HoopGurlz, Bret McCormick’s All-Star Girls Report, Dan Olsen’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and Brandon Clay’s JumpOffPlus Report.

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Following that season she transferred to Hutchinson Community College, leading the program to a 36-2 record and a No. 3 national ranking. She averaged 13.0 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game. She was ranked as one of the Top five players in the junior college ranks by both All-Star Girls Report and Collegiate Girls Basketball Report. Freshman JaQuan Jackson and sophomore Lulu Perry could also see some minutes at the point guard position this year. Perry, who will most likely start at the two-guard for Tech, saw action in 29 games as a true freshman, averaging 10.2 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists. “Lulu is a gifted athlete who needed to understand DI basketball and how it works,” Weatherspoon said. “It is not the same as high school; you can’t come in with the same game. She has really turned her game around and become a leader with her actions. She has worked tremendously hard. She is healthy; she wasn’t healthy last year. We definitely need her to score the basketball.” Perry earned Western Athletic Conference All-Freshman team and LSWA all-state honorable mention honors last year after scoring in double figures 16 times, including a

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Backcourt Louisiana Tech will have a new general running the point guard position after the departure of last year’s tandem of Courtney Hayes and Janay Borum, who tag-teamed the position last season. It will mark the third consecutive year that Weatherspoon will be grooming a new leader and the odds-on favorite to see the most significant amount of time at point guard this year will be transfer Chrisstasia Walter. “She is an unbelievable athlete,” Weatherspoon said. “Her motor never stops running. She is our most vocal player. She will play the (point guard position) for us. She understands she can be a leader for us at that position. She will put the ball in the basket. She is a slasher who can make everyone around her better. She is a great defender who will guard you for 94 feet. We need her leadership and scoring ability.” Coming out of Arkansas High School where she was a two-time all-state selection, Walter signed at the University of Arkansas. As a freshman she averaged 3.8 points and 2.3 rebounds while seeing action in 26 games. She scored a career-high 26 points in a win over Oral Roberts in the WNIT.

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a Nov. 23 afternoon tipoff against LSU, a team that advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament a year ago. Tech also faces Ole Miss Dec. 4 in Oxford and Texas A&M Dec. 28 in College Station. In addition to its contest against LSU, other in-state games pepper the non-conference schedule, including home games against New Orleans (Nov. 29), UL-Lafayette (Dec. 7) and Northwestern State (Dec. 11) and road contests against Nicholls State (Dec. 2) and McNeese State (Dec. 17). Tech also hosts two former Sun Belt foes in Arkansas State (Nov. 25) and UALR (Dec. 20). The Lady Techsters open C-USA play Jan. 8 against Southern Miss in Ruston. The C-USA Tournament is March 1115 in El Paso, Texas.

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In addition to Perry and Jackson, Louisiana Tech has plenty of pieces to the puzzle at the off-guard position, including seniors Jelena Vucinic and Brittney Jefferson, juniors Whitney Frazier and Kanedria Andrews, and sophomore walk-on Ruby Richie. Vucinic is one of the odds-on favorites to start the three-guard spot after making 14 starts as a sophomore. The Academic All-WAC selection averaged 4.3 points and 2.0 rebounds per game last year while seeing action in 28 contests. “Jelena has gotten so much better,” Weatherspoon said. “Her confidence has really grown. We need her to be the shooter we know she can be in order to stretch the defenses and allow our post players to work down low. She has come back this fall with a tremendous amount of energy and a renewed confidence, and she is always in great shape.”

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Vucinic struggled with her stroke last season, shooting only 30 percent from the field and 15of-67 from the three-point line. However, she has shown her ability to score points in bunches at times during her college career, including a 17-point, 13-rebound effort in a road contest at San Jose State. She also added 17 points in a two-point win over Central Arkansas and 12-points in a comefrom-behind victory at Idaho as a sophomore. Frazier, who will split time between the three-guard spot and the four position, returns as one of the Lady Techsters most experienced players and the undisputed leader of the squad after starting every game as a sophomore. “She is my leader,” Weatherspoon said. “She definitely has to be the leader of this team. She has done a tremendous job from the summer until today. We need her to be effective in the post area. We will use her more in the guard area as she gives us a bigger lineup when she is at the three. She is one of the most versatile players on the team.” The 6-foot athletic forward earned second team all-WAC honors and third team all-state accolades after averaging 11.7 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game as a sophomore. Frazier led Tech with 20 double digit scoring games, and came up with some of her biggest plays late in close victories. She scored a season-high 21 points, including a conventional three-point play with 11.9 seconds to play, in a one-point win over Oral Roberts. She also scored 17 points and hit the game-winning three-pointer with less than a second to play in a victory over Idaho. Jefferson came out of Angelina Junior College with a reputation as a scorer, but struggled at times with the transition to the Division I game. However, the No. 2 ranked scorer in the history of Texas prep basketball should take steps forward this year. “Brittany Jefferson is a scorer,”

Weatherspoon said. “I think the one thing we need from her is to score. She has gotten a lot better defensively. She has taken on the challenges of what we asked her to work on during the summer. I think last year was a confidence issue. She now understands how this level of basketball works.” During her first season in a Lady Techster uniform, Jefferson averaged 4.1 points and 2.2 rebounds per game off the bench, seeing action in 17 contests. She shot 31 percent from the field and 40 percent from the three-point line while scoring a season-high 10 points in a win over UTSA in the WAC Tournament quarterfinals. Jefferson also Andrews came to Ruston two years ago with a reputation as a defensive stopper and has proven that true at times throughout her collegiate career. In order for the El Dorado native to take the next step, she #WeAreLATech


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has to become more of a consistent threat offensively for the Lady Techsters. “Kanedria is our best defender,” Weatherspoon said. “She is going to make a great coach one day as she is always coaching the younger players on the side during practice. She will defend the best offensive players for the other teams; however, we need Kanedria to score some for us too. She is a very, very smart basketball player.” As a sophomore Andrews saw action in 28 games, averaging 1.4 points and 1.5 rebounds per contest while leading the team with a 75 percent mark at the free throw line. While normally guarding the best perimeter player on the opposing team, she scored a career-high 10 points and grabbed five rebounds in a win over UT Arlington. Andrews also pulled down a career-high seven rebounds in a loss to Utah State @LATechWBB

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Louisiana Tech boasts more size on its roster than it has had in some time as the Lady Techsters added 6-foot-4-inch freshman Kevione Moten and 6-foot-3 transfer Tyjae’ Chenevert to a front line that already included 6-foot-2 Veanca Hall and Savanna Langston. At 6-foot, Whitney Frazier (see backcourt) is the smallest of the frontline players but she is also the most versatile. Frazier will be utilized at both the three and four positions by Weatherspoon and has the skillset and athleticism to guard almost any position. With the exception of Frazier, Langston is the most experienced post player that LA Tech possesses as the junior has made five starts and seen action in 41 games during her first two seasons in a Lady Techster uniform. “We need Savanna to be more confident in herself,” Weatherspoon said. “That’s the most important thing as she looks to move forward. She will be very good for us at the high post because of her vision, and her ability to pass the basketball and

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last season. Richie transferred back home to Louisiana Tech after playing one year at Ouachita Baptist following a stellar high school career at Calvary Baptist and Cedar Creek. “She is our hometown girl,” Weatherspoon said. “She is a hard-nosed worker. Ruby has an amazing body frame. She is super strong. She works hard to understand what is asked of her every day. She can shoot the ball, and she has great strength to score with contact. She will be asked to do the same as everyone else.” During her high school career, Richie was a four-time all-district selection and two-time all-state honoree while also earning accolades in the classroom as a twotime academic all-state selection. Richie was named the co-MVP of District 2-1A as a senior at Cedar Creek and played for the East team in the Louisiana All-Star game. She also lettered in golf, softball and track and field.

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shoot. It’s important for us that Savanna is productive this year.” Langston, who is a two-time academic all-conference selection, hasn’t seen major minutes during her first two years. However, she has shown the ability to score from the perimeter and stretch the opposing team’s front line defensively. The El Dorado native averaged 2.0 points and 1.7 rebounds last year while scoring a career-high six points in a home win over San Jose State. Hall saw little action as a true freshman for Tech but has already caught the eye of Weatherspoon this fall. “Veanca has turned her entire game around,” Weatherspoon said. “I think she understands her freshman year was a difficult one. She has a better understanding of what Division I basketball is about; the physicality. She has added some things to her game that will make her very productive for us. It will be all up to Veanca on how much time she wants to play.” As a rookie, Hall played in 19 games averaging 1.0 points and 0.7 LATechSports.com

rebounds per contest. She shot 38 percent from the field for the Lady Techsters and scored a seasonhigh four points and grabbed four rebounds in a road loss at UALR. However, the Monroe, La. native has an opportunity to log some major minutes as a sophomore. Chenevert is a big, strong bodied post player that signed with LA Tech after splitting her two years of junior college basketball between Diablo Valley JC and State Fair Community College. “She reminds me some of Venus Lacy with her frame and ability to control the painted area,” Weatherspoon said. “We need her to score for us. She has some areas she needs to work on, but she has the ability to be a very good post player in Conference USA.” Chenevert averaged 6.2 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per game as a sophomore at Diablo Valley where she played in 27 games, making 18 starts. She was ranked as the 36th best junior college player in the country and the 7th best at the power forward position by Dan

Olsen’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report. Moten will be the tallest Lady Techster since 6-foot-6-inch Margaret Deciman lettered for the program in 2005-06. Although Weatherspoon feels that she will be able to contribute immediately on the defensive end, she still has to work on developing her offensive game. “Kevione’s upside is unbelievable,” Weatherspoon said. “At 6-foot-4 she can really run the floor. She rebounds well. She has a strong lower frame, and we are working on getting her upper body stronger so she can finish at the rim. She is learning post moves. She is a good defender and great shot blocker. She will give our perimeter defenders confidence knowing we have someone in the painted area defending the rim.” Moten, who moved to Monroe from New Orleans after Hurricane Gustav in 2008, lettered the past four years at Ouachita High School in Monroe. As a senior she led the Lady Lions to a 30-3 record, the District 2-5A title and the third round of the state playoffs. She averaged 16.5 points, 8.9 rebounds and 4.6 blocks as a senior while earning numerous accolades, including first team all-state and the District 2-5A MVP.

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Not too many women’s basketball programs can boast a head coach that won a national title as a player. Not too many programs lay claim to a head coach that played professionally in the WNBA. And even fewer programs have a head coach that won an Olympic gold medal. However, Louisiana Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon has done all three ... and more. Weatherspoon, entering her sixth year at her alma mater, is one of the marquee faces and names in the women’s game, and rightly so. From her prep days at West Sabine High School to her national championship run at Louisiana Tech to her all-star career in the WNBA, the four-time Hall of Famer has never settled for second best ... and her resume proves it. The legendary point guard, who became the face of the WNBA for almost a decade, is already a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Hall of Fame (1996), the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (2010), the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame (2010) and the New York Liberty Ring of Honor (2011). Weatherspoon has succeeded on every level as a player and is now following in the legendary footsteps of two other Hall of Famers in Leon Barmore and Sonja Hogg. After returning to her alma mater as the associate head coach in 2008, Weatherspoon took over the reins of the program in February of 2009. Since then, she has led the program to three postseason appearances, including back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament in 2010 and 2011. A two-time all-American during her playing days at LA Tech, Weatherspoon has recorded an overall record of 87-51 as head coach - 50-21 in conference play. During her first full season as head coach in 2009-10, she led Tech to a 23-9 record, the 2010 Western Athletic Conference Tournament title and the programs 26th appearance in the NCAA Tournament ... the first since 2006. Tech also took ACC champion and 9th-ranked Florida State down to the wire before falling on the Seminoles home floor in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Weatherspoon was rewarded for her efforts by being named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Maggie Dixon Division I Rookie Coach of the Year. She followed that up with an im-

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pressive 2010-11 that saw LA Tech win 24 games, including a 15-point victory over Georgia, capture the WAC regular season title, earn votes in the AP and ESPN Top 25 polls and earn the program’s 27th appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Tech also posted the program’s 1,000th victory with a win over Nevada in the WAC Tournament semifinals. Weatherspoon has also proven to be one of the top teachers of the game as she molded WAC Players of the Year Shanavia Dowdell and Adrienne Johnson into two of the nation’s premier players as both earned honorable mention All-American honors and were selected in the WNBA Draft following their senior seasons. The legendary collegiate and WNBA guard was named only the fifth head coach in the storied history of the Lady Techster basketball program during a press conference held in the Charles Wyly Athletic Center April 2, 2009. Weatherspoon earned the promotion after she took over the program as interim head coach on Feb. 9, 2009 and guided Louisiana Tech to a 9-2 mark down the stretch, the 2009 Western Athletic Conference regular season title and a WNIT appearance. The combination of Weatherspoon’s success on the sideline, legendary status as a player in the Columbia blue uniform in the 1980s, and reputation as one of the WNBA’s all-time greatest players, made the decision an easy one for Tech administrators. Weatherspoon’s career accomplishments tell the story of one of the top players to ever play the game collegiately, internationally and professionally. And as impressive as her professional playing resume is, it doesn’t hold a candle to the one she built as a player at Louisiana Tech. During her Louisiana Tech playing career which spanned from 1984 through 1988, Weatherspoon was a two-time Kodak All-American (1987, 1988) and won the prestigious Wade Trophy as the top player in the country during her senior season. In fact as a senior, Weatherspoon earned an incredible trifecta as she was named the state player of the year, the American South Conference Player of the Year and the national player of the year. In that same year (1988), Weatherspoon won a national championship

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title -- LA Tech defeated Auburn 56-54 in the NCAA title game -- and an Olympic gold medal as part of the US National Team. She led the Lady Techsters to a mark of 118-14 during her career and two national championship game appearances in 1987 and 1988, earning spots on the All-Final Four teams both years. She was instrumental in leading Tech to a remarkable second half comeback against Auburn to claim the 1988 National Championship Title. Weatherspoon -- whose No. 11 jersey is retired at LA Tech -- was named to the NCAA Women’s Basketball Team of the Decade for the 1980’s. A member of the 1,000-point club (1,087) at LA Tech, she still ranks No. 1 in career assists (958) and career steals (411). She also earned distinction in USA Basketball circles, leading the US to the gold medal in the 1988 Olympics and the bronze medal in the 1992 Olympics. She also earned gold medals in the 1986 World Championships, the 1986 Goodwill Games and the 1987 World University Games. Weatherspoon spent eight seasons as a player in the WNBA -- seven with the New York Liberty and one with the Los Angeles Sparks. During her time in the league, Weatherspoon started 220 straight games and led the Liberty to three WNBA championship appearances in 1997, 1999 and 2000. She was a fivetime WNBA All-Star, a four-time allWNBA second teamer and the twotime WNBA Defensive Player of the Year. She still ranks No. 3 in career assists (1,338) and No. 8 in career steals (465) in the history of the WNBA. This past summer, she was named one of the 15 greatest players in the history of the WNBA. Her professional playing experience started in 1988 when she went overseas to play. Weatherspoon spent six years in Italy -- where she was named a six-time all-star -- and two years in Russia. Weatherspoon earned her bachelor’s degree from Louisiana Tech.

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Drew Miller begins his first year at Louisiana Tech as an assistant coach and Follow me on Twitter: defensive coordinator on Teresa Weatherspoon’s staff. Miller join Weatherspoon and Co. with the majority of his vast coaching expe@latechmiller rience coming on the men’s side of the game. He will be responsible for directing the Lady Techster defensive schemes as well as post player development. “Drew is an amazing guy,” Weatherspoon said. “He will be our defensive coordinator and take that responsibility off my hands. He will implement all of our defensive schemes, and I think it is important that we utilize a variety of defenses. He started coaching on the men’s side and then fell in love with the women’s game. All of his teams have always been consist defensively so obviously his players have bought into his schemes. He also believes in getting up and down the floor and being active defensively. “He has great experience. He has already been in the seat that I currently sit in. He understands what I need as a head coach. He has a positive approach. I like people with strong skin and that are confident. He understands what is important and believes in what he teaches.” Miller has served in a number of capacities during his high school and college coaching career, from the director of basketball operations to assistant coach to a pair of stints as head coach, including most recently at Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas. During his five-year run as the head men’s coach at Division III Schreiner of the American Southwest Conference he led the Mountaineers to unprecedented success on and off the floor, including the record-setting 2011-12 campaign as SU notched their first-ever ASC playoff berth and program best record of 13-12 (since Schreiner joined Division III in 1999). He also turned around the program academically as he inherited a 2.25 team grade point average and two honor roll student athletes. By the time he left the program, the team boasted a 2.99 grade point average which included 16 honor roll student athletes. Miller has over 10 years of NCAA Division III coaching experience as he has made coaching stops at Hiram College (Hiram, Ohio), Southwestern University (Georgetown, Texas), and Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas). He has coached internationally as well at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. Miller’s championship and NCAA Tournament coaching pedigree includes a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season and conference tournament championships, and an elite eight appearance as an assistant coach at Trinity University (2003-07) and a Capital Athletic Conference regular season and tournament championship, and elite eight appearance as the associate head coach for St. Mary’s College (MD) (2013). “I am honored and excited to become part of the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters family,” said Miller. “I look forward to working with Coach Weatherspoon to help provide the championship mentality which she and the Lady Techsters program have established for decades. “I also couldn’t be happier to work with Coach Mike Ekanem to recruit the finest student-athletes in the country to wear Columbia Blue and represent the Lady Techsters on and off the court with class and excellence. As defensive coordinator, we will coach our team with passion and compassion, and we will play smart, tough, and with discipline.” Miller graduated in 1995 from Kenyon College (Gambier, Ohio) with a bachelor of arts in psychology where he was a four-year starter on both the basketball and baseball teams. He was an all-tournament team guard on Kenyon’s 1994 North Coast Athletic Conference championship team and 1995 Sweet Sixteen team. He then earned a master’s in education (sport science/coaching) from the University of Akron in December 2002. Miller played and coached professionally in Denmark (1999-2000).

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Mike Ekanem begins his first year at Louisiana Tech as an assistant coach Follow me on Twitter: and recruiting coordinator on Teresa Weatherspoon’s staff. Ekanem comes to Ruston with experience on the AAU, college and pro@latechcoachmike fessional levels. In addition to his coaching experience, Ekanem has spent part of his career working closely in the strength and conditioning field. His responsibilities on Weatherspoon’s staff include serving as the recruiting coordinator, camp coordinator and in guard development. “Mike’s recruiting mindset is why not go after top 100 players,” Weatherspoon said. “He is a young man who is fired up about his responsibilities and who is fired up about being a part of this program. He did a tremendous job on the professional level with both the San Antonio Silver Stars and San Antonio Spurs. “The thing I liked the most about Mike is his ability to develop players; his way of teaching and his positive approach. He makes sure every player knows they are capable of getting it done. He has the experience from the pro level which is big. He also has great connections with kids and coaches to help with recruiting.” The Houston native has spent four years working with the WNBA’s San Antonio Silver Stars, serving as the franchise’s director of video and athletic performance where he was in charge of all game preparation, skill development and strength and conditioning and personally worked with WNBA All-Stars Becky Hammon, Sophia Young, Marie Ferdinand, Ruth Riley and track and field star Marion Jones. He also spent three years as an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs. “Being on the Lady Techster women’s basketball staff is an absolute blessing for me,” Ekanem said. “I have been offered several college jobs in the past few years but was never ready to make that move nor did I feel any of those jobs were a right fit for me. When (Coach) Spoon offered me a job at LA Tech it was a no-brainer. I know the tradition and history of the Lady Techster program. I have faith that this is the right program for me and perfect timing to make a huge impact in both recruiting and skill development.” Ekanem was also the founder, director and coach of the Sophia Young Elite AAU girls basketball organization which finished ranked as the No. 36 club team in the nation and No. 3 in the state of Texas in 2012. He was responsible for recruiting nationally ranked players in the state of Texas and all 28 of his high school seniors signed scholarships to play collegiately. He earned his bachelor’s degree in athletic training and sports medicine from Texas Lutheran in 2005 where he earned all-conference and all-region honors during his playing career. He earned his master’s in exercise science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2007. He played professionally for four years in Germany (Wolmirstedt Baskets), Ireland (Longford Falcons) and Romania (BC Targoviste).

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Tomekia Reed begins her first year as an assistant coach on Teresa Weatherspoon’s staff as part of the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters program. Follow me on Twitter: Reed comes to Ruston after spending the past three years at Southern Miss, @coachtreed one at UL-Lafayette, three at Jackson State and two at South Georgia Technical College. During all three coaching stops, she was integral in developing and implementing various community service projects and student-wide awareness campaigns for women’s basketball. She also served as the recruiting coordinator at all four schools. “Tomekia will be the third assistant coach in charge of our community service while also helping develop our post players,” Weatherspoon said. “She will do a lot of work with guards as well. She will work with all aspects of coaching. Her experience is second to none. “She loves what she does. She understands our history. She loves what our university is about. It is great to have her as part of our program. She brings experience, a vision, and a passion for our kids. It means a lot to the development and growth of our young people. “With her time at Southern Miss, she also brings a knowledge of Conference USA which will help us tremendously in our first year in the league.” Weatherspoon said Reed will be responsible for helping develop post players, organizing community service projects, overseeing the women’s basketball budget and serving as a liaison with the academic side of the program. She will also handle a variety of other basketball-related areas. During her time at USM, Reed helped launch the Lady Eagle’s Ambassador’s for Women’s Basketball, which was a student organization geared towards the awareness of the program. She also assisted in signing the 42nd ranked recruiting class in the country (No. 4 among non-AQ programs) in 2010 and the No. 1 ranked recruiting classes in the state of Mississippi in both 2010 and 2011. Prior to UL-Lafayette, Reed spent three seasons at Jackson State where she served as the top assistant and recruiting coordinator on the Tigers’ staff. Reed also worked with the post players at JSU and served as the team’s academic liaison. She tutored the 2006-07 SWAC Player of the Year (Shelita Burns) and helped head coach Denise Taylor rebuild the JSU program into a perennial winner and contender for the Southwestern Athletic Conference title. The Tigers claimed the SWAC regular season championship and made a WNIT appearance in 2006-07. The 2007-08 JSU squad captured the SWAC Tournament championship and made an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Reed, a native of Jackson, Miss., began her coaching career at South Georgia Technical College, where she served as assistant women’s basketball coach for three seasons. She signed two of Georgia’s top athletes and one of Mississippi’s Dandy Dozen players. As a college player, Reed began her career at Southern Mississippi where she received the Coach’s Award, the Most Improved Player Award and helped lead the program to a WNIT berth in 1999-2000. Reed then transferred to Hinds Community College where she was named most valuable player while leading the team in scoring and rebounding. She was second in the conference in scoring and first in the conference in rebounding. Reed was named MJCAA first-team for her effort. She then signed to play at Georgia Southwestern State where she led the team in scoring and was named team most valuable player. Reed received an associate degree in sports medicine from Hinds Community College in 2001. She then earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2003 from Georgia Southwestern State University. Reed attended a three-day invitation-only event called Achieving Coaching Excellence offered by the Black Coaches Administration in 2102. ACE is a program with intense training exposing participants to life as a head coach while helping them become the best assistant they can be. She is also a member of the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy, the Women’s Sports Foundation, and the NCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. She has a son, Carlon Reed Lowery.

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Ronnie Barney joins head coach Teresa Weatherspoon’s staff as the director of basketball operations for the Lady Techsters this season. Follow me on Twitter: “It has been a pleasure having Ronnie on board with us,” Weatherspoon said. “He is a guy who understands our history and where we are trying to go. He has been a coach, and he understands his new position goes in a different direction than coaching. He is willing to make the sacrifice, knowing he can’t coach the kids yet knowing what he does is so very important. He is a major part of our success. He is close with Mike (Ekanem) and Drew (Miller) so there is a major connection that keeps the office atmosphere close-knit. He is very thorough. He is a perfectionist.” Barney’s primary responsibilities will include supervising all social media aspects of the Lady Techster program including digital media, handling all video components, and overseeing team travel and all the day-to-day administrative duties. “Working for Coach “Spoon” is nothing less than a blessing,” Barney said. “She has everything invested in this program and community, and she delivers that message with such excitement and enthusiasm. This program has a ton of tradition and history filled with success and we are all here with the same mentality that the tradition must continue. I am beyond blessed and honored to be a member of the Lady Techster’s family.” The San Antonio native brings a coaching background to the program as he has experience on the high school level as well as in the AAU basketball circles. Barney was an integral part of the Sophia Young Elite AAU program sponsored by WNBA all-star Sophia Young and a Nike affiliate where he spent the majority of two years as an assistant coach before taking over as the director and head coach in May. The organization finished ranked 38th nationally this past year. During his time with the program he assisted with on-the-floor coaching while also coordinating many of the off-the-floor tasks such as practice plans, scheduling, website maintenance and team travel. In addition to the Sophia Young program, Barney also worked as an assistant coach with the Overtime Select Boys AAU organization while also serving as the head varsity boys coach at Our Lady of the Atonement Academy in San Antonio in 2009. Barney earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Schreiner University in 2008 where he was a four-year letter winner and team MVP (2008) for the men’s basketball program.

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2012-13: Saw action in 17 games during the season ... Averaged 4.1 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Shot 31 percent from the field, 63 percent from the free throw line and 4-of-10 from the three-point line ... Totaled nine assists, seven steals and three blocks ... Scored a seasonhigh 10 points and grabbed five rebounds in a win over UTSA in the WAC Tournament quarterfinals ... Scored eight points in a home win over San Jose State ... Scored eight points and grabbed three rebounds in a home win over NCAA Tournament participant Idaho ... Grabbed a season-high six rebounds in a win over Central Arkansas ...

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Angelina: Lettered two years for coach Byron Coleman at Angelina College in Texas ... Averaged 15.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 2.0 steals per game while shooting 41 percent from field and 75 percent from the free throw line as a sophomore ... Named to the All-Region XIV and all-conference honors as a sophomore ... Named honorable mention all-conference as a freshman ... Ranked as the 10th best shooting guard and 65th best player in the junior college ranks by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ...

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High School: Lettered four years for coach Terri Barlow at Leggett High School in Texas ... Named the district MVP all four years ... Named allregion three times ... Named to the all-state tournament team three times ... Named all-state by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches twice ... Named TABC all-star ... Named Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star ... Finished her high school career ranked No. 2 all-time in scoring (4,258 points) in Texas girls basketball history (former Lady Techsters Pennee Hall and Debra Williams are ranked No. 4 and 5) ... Averaged 34.7 points per game as a senior, the 12th highest single season scoring average in Texas high school girls basketball history ... Scored a career-high 57 points twice during her career ... Ranked as the 66th best shooting guard in the country by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ... Also lettered in cross country and track and field for four years ... Personal: Full name is Brittney Rena’ Jefferson ... Daughter of Curtis Jefferson and Rosalind Jefferson ... Has one brother, Rashod ... Born Jan. 17, 1992 in Livingston, Texas.

Jefferson’s Career Stats Year G/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct 3M-3A/Pct FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg Ast Blk St TP/Avg 12-13 17/0 190/11.2 19-61/.311 4-10/.400 27-43/.628 38/2.2 9 3 7 69/4.1 Totals 17/0 190/11.2 19-61/.311 4-10/.400 27-43/.628 38/2.2 9 3 7 69/4.1

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Championships (sixth leading scorer in the tournament) ... Personal: Daughter of Tatjana Zizic and Jan Suchanek (stepfather) and Nenad Vucinic and Jasmina Davicevic (stepmother) ... Has two brothers, Jovan and Milan ... Both of her parents played international basketball ... Her father played for the national New Zealand Team and is the current head Coach of the national team ... Her mother played for Yugoslavian age group teams and also for the New Zealand national team ... Born Aug. 1, 1991 in Nelson, New Zealand.

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2012-13: Earned Academic All-WAC honors ... Saw action in 28 games, making 14 starts ... Averaged 4.3 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game ... Shot 30 percent from the field, 56 percent from the free throw line and 15-of-67 from the three-point line ... Totaled 31 assists and 21 steals ... Scored a season-high 17 points in a two-point win over Central Arkansas while adding a career-high four assists along with four steals in the game ... Scored a season-high 17 points and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds in a road loss at San Jose State ... Scored 12 points in a comefrom-behind road win at Idaho ... Totaled a career-high five steals and scored six points in a loss at Seattle ...

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2011-12: Earned Academic All-WAC honors ... Saw action in 21 games during the year, making two starts ... Averaged 3.6 points, 0.9 rebounds and 0.5 assists per game ... Shot 29 percent from the field and 82 percent from the free throw line ... Was 12-of-43 from the three-point line ... Scored a career-high 21 points in a triple overtime win over Prairie View at the St. John’s Chartwell Holiday Classic while playing 51 of 55 minutes ... Scored 13 points in a win over Tennessee Tech ... Scored seven points and grabbed a career-high five rebounds in a loss at Nevada ... Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds in a loss to Fresno State in WAC Tournament championship game ...

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2010-11: Received the Lady Techster Award which goes to the player who best exemplifies the essence of what being a Lady Techster is all about ... Saw action in 11 games as a true freshman ... Averaged 1.3 points, 0.4 rebounds and 0.4 steals per game ... Shot 22 percent from the field and 25 percent (4-16) from the three-point line during the year ... Recorded four steals and one assists ... Scored a career-high three points four different times ... Scored her first collegiate points (three-pointer) in a win over Prairie View A&M ... Pulled down a career-high two rebounds in win over Hawaii ... Recorded a career-high three steals in the NCAA Tournament game against Rutgers ... High School: Lettered for five years at Waimea College while playing for her mother, Tatjana Zizic ... The school competed in the Nelson Women’s A Grade ... Helped lead the program to the 2008 and 2009 South Island Premiership Championship titles ... Was named team captain in 2008-2009 ... Named team MVP for four straight years ... Was a national tournament team selection for four straight years ... Helped lead the program to three consecutive Top 4 finishes in the national tournament ... Was a member of the 2009 national high school champion volleyball team ... Was the 2009 Sports Captain for Waimea College ... Was the track and field champion for her high school from 2005 through 2009 and the cross country champion from 2005 through 2009 ... Earned numerous awards in high school, including the 2009 Janet Hunt Cupt for Excellence in academics and sports, the 2009 Girls Prefect Cup for general excellence in sports and the 2007 Glue Family Cup for greatest achievement in sports ... National Team Experience: Has plenty of national team experience, including the 2006 National Under 16 Team, 2007 National Under 18 Team, 2008 National Under 19 Junior Tall ferns, 2009 National Under 21 Emerging Tall Ferns, and 2010 National Under 20 Team ... Was the top scorer on the 2010 National Under 20 Team at the Australian U20 State

Vucinic’s Career Stats Year G/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct 3M-3A/Pct 2010-11 11/0 52/4.7 5-23/.217 4-16/.250 2011-12 21/2 241/11.5 23-80/.288 12-43/.279 2012-13 28/14 507/18.1 40-132/.303 15-67/.224 TOTAL 60/16 800/13.3 68-235/.289 31-126/.246

FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg Ast TO St TP/Avg 0-0/.000 4/0.4 1 3 4 14/1.3 18-22/.818 19/0.9 10 17 8 76/3.6 24-43/.558 56/2.0 31 41 21 119/4.3 42-65/.646 79/1.3 42 61 33 209/3.5

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ANDREWS G | 5-9 | Jr. | 2L

El Dorado, Ark. (El Dorado HS)

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2012-13: Saw action in 28 games during the year ... Averaged 1.4 points and 1.5 rebounds per game ... Shot 26 percent from the field, 75 percent from the free throw line and 4-of-24 from the three-point line ... Totaled 12 assists and five steals ... Scored a career-high 10 points and grabbed five rebounds in a win over UT Arlington ... Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds and added three points in a loss to Utah State ... Scored four points and grabbed six rebounds in a home loss to UTSA ...

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2011-12: Earned Academic All-WAC honors ... Saw action in 23 games as a true freshman ... Averaged 1.3 points and 0.7 rebounds per game ... Shot 44 percent from the field, 44 percent from the free throw line and 50 percent (4-8) from the three-point line ... Totaled four assists, four steals and two blocked shots ... Scored her first career points in the season opener against Missouri State ... Scored a career-high seven points in a home loss to NCAA Tournament participant Fresno State, hitting a pair of three-pointers ... Scored six points and grabbed a season-high four rebounds in a loss to Memphis at the St. John’s Chartwell Holiday Classic ...

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High School: Lettered four years for Coach Steven Harshaw at El Dorado High School ... Helped lead the Wildcats to a 28-3 record as a senior and the 2011 Class 6A state title with a 48-41 win over Parkview (the program’s first ever) ... Averaged 10.1 points, 9.2 rebounds, 2.3 steals, 3.0 assists as a senior ... Scored six points and grabbed nine rebounds in the title game ... Averaged 6.4 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.3 steals as a junior, while leading El Dorado to the Class 6A state semifinals ... Named to the El Dorado News-Times All-Area and All-Defensive teams as a junior and senior ... Named all-state as a senior ... Named all-conference as a senior ... Named to State All-Tournament team as a senior ...

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Personal: Full name is Kanedria LaKole Andrews ... Daughter of Lanett Cooper ... Has two brothers, LaRodd Andrews and Kendon Andrews ... Has one sister, LaPreta Sophous ... Born Dec. 6, 1992 in El Dorado, Ark.

Andrews’ Career Stats Year G/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct 2011-12 23/0 138/6.0 11-25/.440 2012-13 28/0 328/11.7 13-51/.255 TOTAL 51/0 466/9.1 24-76/.315

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all-state selection ... Two-time Class 6A All-Conference ...A McDonald’s All-American nominee ... Personal: Full name is Whitney Michelle Frazier ... Daughter of March and Shonda Lockhart and Steve Frazier ... Has four brothers, Odis Archie, Tony Lockhart, and Marcus Lockhart, Alan Lockhart ... Has three sisters, Marchelle Lockhart, Marsha Lockhart and LaToya Archie ... Born Sept. 14, 1992 in El Dorado, Ark.

El Dorado, Ark. (El Dorado HS)

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2012-13: Named second team all-WAC ... Named third team all-state by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named the LSWA State Player of the Week (Feb. 18) ... Started all 31 games during the year (the only player to start every game for LA Tech) ... Averaged 11.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, 1.5 steals, 1.3 assists and 0.5 blocks per game ... Shot 41 percent from the field, 68 percent from the free throw line and 9-of-28 from the three-point line ... Led Tech with 20 double digit scoring games ... Recorded three double doubles during the season ... Scored a seasonhigh 21 points in a one-point win over Oral Roberts, including the gamewinning conventional three-point play with 11.9 seconds to play ... Scored 21 points in a home win over San Jose State ... Scored 20 points in a home loss to WAC champion Seattle ... Scored 11 points and grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds in a loss to Utah State ... Scored 15 points and grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds in a win over Texas State ... Scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in a double overtime win at Denver ... Scored 17 points and hit the game-winning three-pointer with only .2 of a second left in a win over Idaho ...

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2011-12: Named to the WAC All-Freshman team and the WAC All-Defensive team ... Became the first LA Tech freshman to ever earn all-defensive team honors ... Named the Freshman of the Year in the state of Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... Named the WAC Player of the Week for Dec. 26 ... Named the CollegeSportsMadness.com and NetScoutBasketball.com WAC Player of the Week for Feb. 13 ... Saw action in 32 games, making 26 starts as a true freshman ... Averaged 9.2 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game ... Shot 42 percent from the field and 79 percent from the free throw line ... Was 2-of-6 from the three-point line ... Also totaled 11 blocks and 36 assists ... Recorded 10 double digit scoring games ... Registered her only double double with 14 points and 11 rebounds in a win over Nevada ... Scored a season-high 25 points in a road win at Utah State with all 25 points coming in the second half ... Became only the second LA Tech player to ever score 25 points or more in a half, joining Sheila Ethridge ... Became the first LA Tech player since Tamicha Jackson (1996-97) to score 25 points in a game ... Scored 21 points in a win over San Jose State ... Scored 20 points in a victory over Tennessee Tech ... Totaled a season-high four assists against Prairie View and five steals against Hawaii ... High School: Lettered for coach Steven Harshaw at El Dorado High School ... Led the Wildcats to a 28-3 record and the Arkansas Class 6A state title (the first in the program’s history) ... Averaged 24.2 points, 8.7 rebounds, 3.5 steals, 3.0 assists as a senior ... Scored 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the 48-41 win over Parkview in the championship game ... Named the MVP of the state tournament after averaging 28 points and 11 rebounds in El Dorado’s four wins ... Named the Most Outstanding Player after scoring 19 points to lead her team to a win at the Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star game ... Averaged 13.4 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 3.6 steals a game as a junior while leading the Lady Wildcats to the Class 6A state semifinals with a 26-5 record ... Named the El Dorado News-Times Player of the Year as a senior ... Named to the El Dorado News-Times All-Area team and All-Defensive team as a junior and senior ... Named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-Arkansas first team as a senior and third team as a junior ... Two-time

Frazier’s Career Stats Year G/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct 2011-12 32/26 822/25.7 103-246/.419 2012-13 31/31 989/31.9 139-340/.409 TOTAL 63/57 1811/28.7 242-586/.412

3M-3A/Pct FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg Ast Bk St TP/Avg 2-6/.333 85-107/.794 136/4.3 36 11 35 293/9.2 9-28/.321 75-111/.676 187/6.0 40 16 46 362/11.7 11-34/.323 160-218/.733 323/5.1 76 27 81 655/10.4

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LANGSTON F | 6-2 | Jr. | 2L

El Dorado, Ark. (Parkers Chapel HS)

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2012-13: Earned Academic All-WAC honors ... Saw action in 22 games during the year, making four starts ... Averaged 2.0 points and 1.7 rebounds per game ... Shot 24 percent from the field, 69 percent from the free throw line and 5-of-18 from the three-point line ... Recorded five blocks, five steals and two assists ... Scored a career-high six points in a home win over San Jose State ... Scored five points and added two rebounds in a loss at SEC foe LSU ... Recorded a career-high five rebounds in WAC games against Texas State (twice) ...

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2011-12: Earned Academic All-WAC honors ... Saw action in 19 games during the year, making one start ... Averaged 1.2 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... Shot 27 percent from the field, 3-of-8 from the free throw line and 2-of-8 from the three-point line ... Totaled seven assists, three blocks and two steals ... Made her first collegiate start in a road win at Houston ... Scored a season-high four points against Utah State and New Mexico State ... Scored her first collegiate points on a field goal in a win over NCAA Tournament participant UALR ... Pulled down a season-high five rebounds against Idaho ...

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High School: Lettered for four years on varsity at Parkers Chapel High School in El Dorado, Arkansas ... Averaged 17.2 points, 12.6 rebounds and 5.2 blocked shots as a senior for Coach Mark Young while leading the Lady Trojans to a 30-4 record and the Arkansas Class 2A state title game ... Scored 18 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked six shots in a 3129 loss to England in the title game ... As a junior led the Lady Trojans a 26-4 record and the Class 3A state semifinals ... As a sophomore led the team to a 24-7 record and the state quarterfinals ... Named the El Dorado News-Times Player of the Year and the El Dorado News-Times Defensive Player of the Year as a junior ... Named to the El Dorado News-Times all-area team as a junior and senior ... Three-time all-state selection ... Named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s All-Arkansas first team as a senior and second team as a junior ... A McDonald’s All-American nominee ... Named to the All-Golden Triangle team by the South Arkansas Sunday News (twice) ... Named to the Arkansas State All-Tournament team as a junior and senior ... Personal: Full name is Savanna Renee Langston ... Daughter of Ralph and Kim Langston ... Has one brother, Taylor ... Born Feb. 6, 1993 in El Dorado.

Langston’s Career Stats Year G/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct 2011-12 19/1 119/6.3 9-33/.273 2012-13 22/4 207/9.4 14-58/.241 TOTAL 43/5 326/7.6 23-91/.252

3M-3A/Pct 2-8/.250 5-18/.278 7-26/.269

FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg Ast Bk St TP/Avg 3-8/.375 30/1.6 7 3 2 23/1.2 11-16/.688 37/1.7 2 5 5 44/2.0 14-24/.583 67/1.6 9 8 7 67/1.6

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F | 6-2 | So. | 1L

Monroe, La. (Richwood HS)

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2012-13: Saw action in 19 games during the season ... Averaged 1.0 points and 0.7 rebounds per game ... Shot 38 percent from the field and 50 percent from the free throw line ... Totaled one steal ... Scored a season-high four points three times during the year ... Scored four points and grabbed a career-high four rebounds in a road loss at UALR ... Scored four points in both WAC Tournament games against UTSA and Seattle U ...

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High School: Lettered on the varsity at Richwood High School for four years for coach Kristy Mason ... Helped lead the Rams to the District 2-3A title as junior and senior and the second round of state playoffs ... Averaged over 25.0 points per game as a senior ... Averaged 19.8 points, 15.1 rebounds and 4.9 blocks per game as a junior ... Three-time all-District 2-3A ... Two-time all-state selection ... Named second team all-Northeast Louisiana by the Monroe News-Star ... Ranked as the 48th best power forward in the country (and 251st best player overall) by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ... Member of the track and field team ... Competes in the high jump, long jump, triple jump and hurdles ... Has helped lead the program to the district title every year ... Personal: Full name is Veanca Vishell Hall ... Daughter of Trichel Hall and the late Vicky Hall ... Has one sister, LaTamra, and one brother, Booker ... Born Oct. 19, 1993 in Newport, Arkansas.

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Hall’s Career Stats Year G/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct 2012-13 19/0 89/4.7 8-21/.381 TOTAL 19/0 89/4.7 8-21/.381

3M-3A/Pct 0-0/.000 0-0/.000

FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg Ast Bk St TP/Avg 3-6/.500 14/0.7 0 0 1 19/1.0 3-6/.500 14/0.7 0 0 1 19/1.0

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PERRY G | 5-6 | So. | 1L

Benton, La. (Benton HS)

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2012-13: Named to the WAC All-Freshman Team ... Named honorable mention all-state by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Saw action in 29 games, making 25 starts as a true freshman ... Averaged 10.2 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists on the season ... Shot 34 percent from the field, 72 percent from the free throw line and 21-of-107 from the three-point line ... Totaled 41 assists, 21 steals and three blocks ... Scored in double figures 16 games ... Led the team in scoring six times ... .Scored a career-high 23 points in a loss to WAC regular season champion Seattle in the WAC Tournament, hitting 10-of-10 free throws in the game ... Scored 21 points and added a career-high nine rebounds in a home win over San Jose State ... Scored 21 points in a road win over UT Arlington ... Scored 18 points in a loss at SEC foe LSU ... Scored 16 points in a home loss against Top 25 South Carolina ...

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High School: Lettered four years for Coach Mary Ward at Benton High School ... Helped lead the program to three District 1-4A titles and the quarterfinals of the state tournament as a freshman and junior and the Sweet 16 as a senior ... Averaged 29.1 points per game as a senior ... Averaged 22.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.4 steals per game as a junior ... Averaged 21.7 points per game as a freshman and 25.5 points per game as a sophomore ... Finished her high school career with 3,563 points, shattering a 10-year-old Caddo-Bossier Parish scoring record ... Named Miss Basketball in the state of Louisiana as a senior ... Named District 1-4A MVP all four years ... Named all-city by the Shreveport Times all four years, including MVP as a freshman ... Four-time all-state ... Four-time all-district ... Personal: Full name is Arkeysha Keunn Perry ... Daughter of Lakisa Perry and Damion Neal ... Has one sister, Lakenya Perry ... Has two brothers, Damion Neal Jr. and Keionje Perry ... Born Dec. 16, 1993 in Shreveport, La.

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Perry’s Career Stats Year G/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct 2012-13 29/25 771/26.6 104-303/.343 TOTAL 29/25 771/26.6 104-303/.343

3M-3A/Pct 21-107/.196 21-107/.196

FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg Ast TO St TP/Avg 67-93/.720 101/3.5 41 82 21 296/10.2 67-93/.720 101/3.5 41 82 21 296/10.2

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CHENEVERT F | 6-3 | Jr. | TR

Junior College: Played her sophomore season at Diablo Valley JC where she led the program to an 18-11 record and a 9-5 mark in the Big 8 Conference of the California Community College Athletics Association ... Saw action in 27 games, making 18 starts ... Averaged 6.2 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per game ... Played as a freshman at State Fair Community College in Missouri ... Ranked as the 36th overall player in the nation and the 7th best at her position by Dan Olsen’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ... High School: Lettered four years on the varsity at John F. Kennedy High School ... Helped lead the Eagles to the state playoffs two years ... Named all-conference twice ... Named team MVP twice ... Lettered in softball for three years and track and field one year in high school ... Personal: Full name is TyJae’ LaCara Chenevert ... Daughter of Tyrone and Cassandra Chenevert ... Has one brother, Tyrell ... Born July 8, 1992 in Oakland, Calif.

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Texarkana, Ark. (Hutchinson CC)

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Junior College: Played one year at Hutchinson Community College where she led the program to a 36-2 record and a No. 3 national ranking ... Averaged 13.0 points, 5.7 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 3.8 steals per game while shooting 42 percent from the field, 37 percent from threepoint and 77 percent from the free throw line ... Ranked as the No. 2 overall player in the junior college ranks by Bret McCormick’s All-Star Girls Report ... Ranked as the No. 5 overall player in the junior college ranks by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ... University of Arkansas: Played in 26 games getting five starts ... Averaged 3.8 points and 2.3 rebounds with 16 assists, 26 steals and two blocks ... Shot 32 percent from field, 17-of-56 from three-point line and 64 percent from free throw line ... Scored a career-high 26 points on 9-of-18 shooting in Arkansas’ WNIT Tournament win at Oral Roberts ...

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High School: Lettered at Arkansas High School in Texarkana, Ark., where she played for coach Venture Watson ... Was a three-time allconference selection and a two-time all-state pick for the Razorbacks ... Earned multiple all-tournament team honors and was named the offensive player of the year for the state of Arkansas as a junior ... Paced her high school team’s return to the state tournament in 2008 after a 25-year drought ... Led the Razorbacks to a 20-2 record with 20.0 points-pergame and 12.0 rebounds-per-game as a junior ... A four-year letter-winner in volleyball and track and field ... Earned all-conference and all-state honors in volleyball and was selected to the all-star game as a senior ... Her junior track team won three consecutive state titles ... Personal: Daughter of Floyd and Yvonne Dockery ... Hasfive siblings: Edward, India, China, Alexis and Kameron ... Born Oct. 9, 1991.

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Ruston, La. (Ouachita Baptist)

High School: Lettered three years for coaches Holly Wilkins and Rusty Ward at Calvary Baptist Academy and two years at Cedar Creek High School for Katie Eagles ... Led the Cougars to the district title as a junior and senior ... Was a four-time all-district selection and a two-time all-state honoree ... Two-time Academic all-state ... Named co-MVP of District 2-1A as a senior ... Two-time all-Lincoln Parish (Ruston Daily Leader) and all-Northeast Louisiana (Monroe News-Star) ... Named the team MVP as a junior and senior ... Played for the East team in the Louisiana All-Star game as a senior ... Also lettered in golf, softball and track and field ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Personal: Full name is Ruby Johannah Richie ... Daughter of Vicki Caskey and Wayne Caskey and Billy Richie ... Has two sisters, Kim and Christi, and one brother, Josh ... Born Aug. 29, 1994 in Shreveport, La.

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Killeen, Texas (Harker Heights HS)

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High School: Lettered four years at Harker Heights for Coach Shirretha Nelson ... Led the Lady Knights to a 35-2 record and a second straight Region II-5A quarterfinal appearance as a junior ... Named the District 8-5A MVP as a senior ... Named District 12-5A co-MVP as a junior ... Four-time all-district selection ... Named first team all-Central Texas as a senior ... Named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches AllRegion team as a senior ... Was named District 12-5A Freshman of the Year ... Scored a career-high 47 points in one game ... Averaged 14.8 points and 3.8 assists as a senior ... Averaged 12.2 points, 4.9 steals and 2.9 assists per game as a junior ... Averaged 10.1 points and 1.4 steals per game as a sophomore while leading Harker Heights to a 27-11 record ... Set the school single game record with seven three-pointers against Shoemaker High School ... Was a Premier Basketball Top 2013 “Player to Watch” ... Ranked in Top 150 by ESPN HoopGurlz, Bret McCormick’s All-Star Girls Report, Dan Olsen’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and Brandon Clay’s JumpOffPlus Report ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Texas, UTEP and Houston ... Played for the Sophia Young Elite organization in AAU ...

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Personal: Full name is JaQuan Marie Jackson ... Daughter of Willie Jackson and Pamela Jackson ... Has brothers, Jamal and Jaron ... Has two sisters, Janae and Jazmin ... Born April 14, 1995 in Watertown, New York.

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High School: Lettered four years for John Merritt at Ouachita High School ... As a senior, she led the Lady Lions to a 30-3 record, the District 2-5A title and the third round of the state playoffs ... Averaged 16.5 points, 8.9 rebounds and 4.6 blocks per game as a senior ... Named first team all-state (by media), second team all-state (by coaches), District 2-5A MVP, and first team all-Northeast Louisiana by the News-Star ... Helped lead the Lady Lions to a 30-7 record and the semifinals of the state playoffs as a junior ... As a junior, she was named second team allDistrict 2-5A and second team all-northeast Louisiana by Monroe NewsStar ... Averaged 7.5 points and 6.0 rebounds per game as a junior for a team that had eight players average between seven and nine points per game ... Helped lead Ouachita to a 24-10, the District 2-5A title and the second round of the state playoffs as a sophomore ... First year of playing organized basketball was as a freshman at Ouachita High School ... Had more than a dozen Division I offers and chose Louisiana Tech over schools such as UALR and McNeese State ... Personal: Full name is Kevione T’Keyah Moten ... Daughter of Risha Moten and Dorrell Moten ... Has three brothers, Gregory Pepp, Dorrell Moten Junior and Tarrell Moten ... Has one sister, Ka’Risha Pepp ... Live in New Orleans until 2008 when her family moved to Monroe following Hurricane Gustav ... Attended Holy Ghost Catholic School in New Orleans until relocating to north Louisiana ... Born Feb. 12, 1994 in New Orleans.

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OVERALL 14-17 9-9 5-8

HOME 9-5 5-4 4-1

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

32 02 10 23 01 04 15 03 30 00 33 21 42

Shelton, Kelia Frazier, Whitney Lewis, Brittany Perry, Lulu Borum, Janay Vucinic, Jelena Jefferson, Brittney Bryant, Jasmine Anderson, Tavasha Hayes, Courtney Langston, Savanna Andrews, Kanedria Hall, Veanca Team Total.......... Opponents......

23-18 31-31 29-27 29-25 31-28 28-14 17-0 21-3 25-2 27-3 22-4 28-0 19-0

748 989 819 771 792 507 190 217 239 379 207 328 89

31 31

6275 6272

Score by Periods Louisiana Tech Opponents

102-259 139-340 133-262 104-303 56-154 40-132 19-61 28-64 26-69 26-77 14-58 13-51 8-21

43 80 61 26 23 21 14 20 11 7 10 11 6 71 708-1851 .382 100-380 .263 431-667 .646 404 733-1856 .395 137-448 .306 459-656 .700 391

LATECH 1947 62.8 -3.7 708-1851 .382 100-380 .263 3.2 431-667 .646 13.9 1246 40.2 -0.2 372 12.0 575 18.5 -0.3 0.6 248 8.0 75 2.4 33260 14-2376 -

1st 2nd 866 1057 951 1091

OT OT2 14 10 15 5

.394 .409 .508 .343 .364 .303 .311 .438 .377 .338 .241 .255 .381

OPP 2062 66.5 733-1856 .395 137-448 .306 4.4 459-656 .700 14.8 1252 40.4 384 12.4 565 18.2 0.7 304 9.8 129 4.2 22666 14-1264 3-1657 Totals 1947 2062

26-73 9-28 6-17 21-107 10-31 15-67 4-10 0-0 0-0 0-5 5-18 4-24 0-0

.356 .321 .353 .196 .323 .224 .400 .000 .000 .000 .278 .167 .000

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82-123 75-111 51-78 67-93 25-48 24-43 27-43 21-33 25-33 11-28 11-16 9-12 3-6

Date 11/09/12 11/12/12 11-16-12 11/20/12 12/01/12 12/04/12 12/9/12 12/12/12 12/14/12 12/16/12 12-29-12 12/31/12 01/05/13 01/10/13 01/12/13 1/17/13 01/19/13 01/24/13 01/26/13 1/30/13 02/02/13 02/07/13 2/9/13 02/14/13 02/16/13 02/28/13 03/02/13 03/07/13 03/09/13 3/13/13 3/15/13

.667 .676 .654 .720 .521 .558 .628 .636 .758 .393 .688 .750 .500

off

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111 107 109 75 100 35 24 33 23 67 27 31 8 92 842 861

154 187 170 101 123 56 38 53 34 74 37 42 14 163 1246 1252

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avg

0 41 60 1 29 2 40 70 16 46 1 20 55 23 17 2 41 82 3 21 7 125 106 3 62 0 31 41 1 21 0 9 15 3 7 1 6 23 5 4 1 4 19 12 6 1 41 53 2 24 0 2 9 5 5 0 12 29 1 5 0 0 7 0 1 6 40.2 584 15 372 575 75 248 40.4 587 13 384 565 129 304

312 362 323 296 147 119 69 77 77 63 44 39 19

13.6 11.7 11.1 10.2 4.7 4.3 4.1 3.7 3.1 2.3 2.0 1.4 1.0

1947 2062

62.8 66.5

6.7 6.0 5.9 3.5 4.0 2.0 2.2 2.5 1.4 2.7 1.7 1.5 0.7

Opponent at Tulane Green Wave SOUTH CAROLINA at Mississippi State UCA OLE MISS at Texas A&M vs RUTGERS MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS at LSU at Denver at New Mexico State UT ARLINGTON TEXAS STATE UTSA at Idaho at Seattle University SJSU UTAH STATE at UALR at UT Arlington at UTSA at Texas State SEATTLE UNIVERSITY IDAHO at Utah State at SJSU NEW MEXICO STATE DENVER vs UTSA vs Seattle University

pf dq

a

54 81 53 68 95 35 31 33 28 50 25 17 14

L L L W W L L W W L Wo2 L W W L W L W Lot L W W L L W L L L W W L

Score 59-66 58-82 55-57 65-63 57-54 26-77 46-73 52-50 61-59 55-77 82-77 67-71 65-58 71-58 50-51 67-58 47-64 94-80 75-76 52-74 78-62 79-73 63-68 74-87 64-62 56-70 58-60 56-66 69-51 85-58 61-80

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32.5 31.9 28.2 26.6 25.5 18.1 11.2 10.3 9.6 14.0 9.4 11.7 4.7

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2012-13 Season in Review Tulane 66, LA Tech 59 Nov. 9, 2012 NEW ORLEANS, La. - Tyria Snow scored 18 points and Olivia Grayson hit five free throws down the stretch as Tulane held off a Louisiana Tech rally to defeat the Lady Techsters 66-59 Friday night at Devlin Fieldhouse. Tech (0-1) trailed by as many as 14 points in the second half before fighting back to cut the deficit to 59-57 with just under two minutes to play in the game. However, the Green Wave hit 7-of-8 free throws and the Lady Techsters came up empty on some offensive possessions as Tulane won for only the second time in 10 meetings between the two programs. Tulane jumped out to an early lead in the first half and pushed it to 30-19 with five minutes to play before LA Tech made a run highlighted by a highlight reel three-point play on a Lulu Perry assist to Tavasha Anderson. The deficit remained at five at 32-27 before Tulane ended the half on a 9-2 run to take a 4129 lead into the halftime locker room. Tech shot only 36 percent from the field in the first half and committed 14 turnovers while the Green Wave hit 46 percent and committed only seven. Early in the second half Tulane pushed the lead out to 45-31 on a Tiffany Dale layup with 19:18 to play before Whitney Frazier scored six points in a 12-3 run that saw the Lady Techsters close the gap to 48-43 with 14:44 to play. Tulane pushed the advantage out to double figures again at 57-45 with 8:34 to play on a free throw by Jamie Kaplan, but a pair of

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Brittney Jefferson free throws ignited a 12-2 run over the next six plus minutes as a Frazier layup with 1:59 to play closed the deficit to 59-57. However, Tech went cold down the stretch as an Anderson jumper off the glass with 27 second to play was the only scoring for the Lady Techsters. Anderson led Tech with 15 points while Brittany Lewis scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Frazier scored 10 points and grabbed eight boards. For the game, Tech shot 40 percent (23-58) from the field, 0-of-10 from the three-point line and 13-of-16 from the free throw line while Tulane shot 42 percent (22-53) from the field, 4-of12 from the three-point line and 18-of-26 from the free throw line.

South Carolina 82, LA Tech 58 Nov. 12, 2012 Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La. RUSTON - Ashley Bruner scored 17 points to lead five players in double figures as South Carolina muscled its way past Louisiana Tech 82-58 Monday night before 1,525 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. The Gamecocks (2-0) shot 49 percent from the field, including 57 percent in the final stanza, and outrebounded the Lady Techsters 43-26 as USC scored 38 points in the paint in the victory. “We asked our kids to box out and rebound the basketball with every ounce of energy,” Weatherspoon said. “We had to put a body on people. We didn’t do that very well. We didn’t go down and execute offensively. We

weren’t very sure of ourselves in any facet of the game. It’s disappointing. I am disappointed in the way we competed and represented ourselves tonight.” Behind the outside shooting of senior guard Ieasia Walker who hit a trio of threepointers in the first half, South Carolina built an early double digit lead at 20-10 and eventually pushed it out to 33-14 on a free throw by Aleighsa Welch at the 7:11 mark of the opening 20 minutes of play. However, the Lady Techsters closed the half on a 13-7 run behind four points from freshman guard Lulu Perry, who finished the night with a career-high 16 points. USC led 40-27 at the break. Perry opened the second half with a threepointer to cut the deficit to 40-30 before USC pushed the advantage back out to 53-35 behind the strong inside play of Bruner, Welch and Tiffany Mitchell - who combined to score 44 points in the game. Perry and Jasmine Bryant helped Tech close the gap to 57-46 with 7:58 to play in the game. However, Tech couldn’t slow down USC in the paint as the Gamecocks pulled away for the 24-point victory. “If you never get down on defense ... you have to meet them early and not allow them to plant themselves and turn and score. These are the things we worked on the last few days. I don’t know if it was jitters or if we were afraid to compete. It didn’t translate over. We know they are a good team and a well-coached team, but we didn’t play like we are capable.” Although the Lady Techsters took much better care of the basketball committing only 12 turnovers as compared to 22 in its season opener against Tulane, LA Tech surrendered 16 offensive rebounds and was outscored 22-4 on second chance points. In addition to Perry’s impressive performance, Bryant and Brittany Lewis each added 10 points while Tavasha Anderson scored nine. “I thought Lulu and Jasmine came to play,” Weatherspoon said. “They enjoyed the physicality of the game. We have other kids who can do it but they have to do it and do it on a consistent basis. We can’t just do it in practice. We have to go back to the drawing board. We know that there are going to be bumps and bruises this year. “It’s about growing up and learning from all of these mistakes we are making. We don’t want to lose confidence. It’s a matter of putting it out there night in and night out. We will find a way to get it done.” Tech shot 39 percent (20-51) from the field, 3-of-11 from the three-point line and 15-of24 from the free throw line.

Mississippi St. 57, LA Tech 55 Nov. 16, 2012 Humphrey Coliseum in Starkville, Miss. Louisiana Tech outshot, outrebounded and for the most part outplayed Mississippi State on Friday night, but in the end the Bulldogs turned

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Louisiana Tech built a 15-point second half lead and then had to withstand a Central Arkansas rally as the Lady Techsters defeated the Sugar Bears 65-63 before 2,101 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Tuesday night. UCA (3-1) used a 16-0 run midway through the second half to take its first lead of the game at 43-42 on a Jameka Watkins jumper with 9:57 to play. The Sugar Bears led 60-57 with under two minutes to play but four straight free throws and a Kelia Shelton leaner off the glass in the lane gave Tech a 63-60 advantage with 39 seconds remaining. “This was a very good basketball team. They are well coached and disciplined,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “There are so many things we needed to correct in the first half. The effort wasn’t there. It was like we were running in mud. The second half got worse. We allowed them to feel good about themselves. It all comes down to defending people. “Right now it’s a mentality with our kids. We don’t have the mentality that we are going to get it done for 40 minutes. There is no time to be tired. We must be ready to perform every day. I take my hat off to UCA.” However, Tracey Parsons answered immediately with a three-pointer out of the right

corner with 31 seconds left to tie the game at 63-63. Tech held the basketball for the last shot and Brittany Lewis rebounded a miss by Shelton and was fouled with 6.1 seconds to play, sending the senior forward to the free throw line where she hit the first one to give the Lady Techsters a 64-63 lead. UCA rebounded Lewis’ miss on the second and called a timeout with 3.1 seconds remaining to set up a play. However, Lewis intercepted the inbound pass at midcourt and was fouled, where she hit 1 of 2 free throws with 1.2 seconds remaining to give Tech the 65-63 win. The Lady Techsters (1-3) came out of the gates strong, scoring the first 11 points of the game before Central Arkansas finally got on the scoreboard with 14:54 to play in the half on a jumper by Desiree Rogers. The Tech advantage stayed in double figures throughout the majority of the first half as a Brittney Jefferson free throw with 5:05 to play pushed it out to 28-14. Tech shot 45 percent (13-29) from the field in the first half and turned 10 UCA turnovers into 18 points as the Lady Techsters led 35-23 at the halftime break. The Lady Techsters came out in the second half and when Whitney Frazier hit a layup with 15:39 to play, Tech led 42-27 and seemed to have all of the momentum. However, Tech went cold over the next six minutes as UCA used a 16-0 run to take its first lead of the game at 43-42. During the run, Tech committed six turnovers and was 0-for-7 from the field. “It’s a little difficult for us right now,” Weatherspoon said. “Our playmakers are having some issues with getting people involved. The problems will be corrected, and they will be fine. Kelia is willing to do whatever it takes to help this team. We know our two point guards will step up and get the job done and we can get Kelia back to her rightful position.” The two teams then exchanged the lead eight times and were tied five times down the stretch before Tech came up with the big plays down the stretch to win. Junior guard Jelena Vucinc led Tech with a season-high 17 points, including a pair of huge three-pointers in the final eight minutes of play. Lewis added 14 points, while Whitney Frazier scored 13 points and Shelton added 12 points. “We are trying to get Jelena open jumpers,” Weatherspoon saiid. “It’s what she does best. When she plants her feet, she can shoot. When she has an open jumper, we feel good about her shooting the basketball.” UCA was led by Megan Herbert with 24 points and 13 rebounds.

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two dozen Lady Techster turnovers into a victory as State prevailed 57-55 before 1,420 fans at Humphrey Coliseum. Tech (0-3) used it best 20 minutes of the season to build a 33-23 halftime lead but then faltered over the final half as the Lady Techsters committed 23 turnovers, including five in the final five minutes of play in a tight game. After a Brittany Lewis layup with 1:24 to play tied the game at 55-55, Mississippi State guard Darriel Gaynor hit the eventual game-winner with the shot clock about to expire as her 17-footer over the outstretched arms of Jelena Vucinic gave the Bulldogs a two-point advantage with 55 seconds to play. On Tech’s ensuing possession, sophomore guard Kelia Shelton - playing in her first game at Tech - was whistled for a charge, giving the ball back to Miss State. Tech had one final chance but Lewis’ off-balance 25-footer was off the mark as the horn sounded. Tech outshot Mississippi State 42 percent to 36 percent, outrebounded the Bulldogs 44-33 and took five more free throws, but the Bulldogs outscored the Lady Techsters 20-7 on points off of turnovers. The second half collapse ruined what was a solid opening 20 minutes of play for the Lady Techsters. Tech, who was without the services of its second leading scorer Lulu Perry, shot 50 percent from the field and outrebounded State 26-15 in the first half in building a 33-22 halftime lead. Tech led for the majority of the first half. After a Gaynor three-pointer with 4:16 to play in the stanza brought State to within 25-23, the Lady Techsters used an 8-0 run to close the half. Tech pushed the advantage out to 37-25 early in the second half before MSU guard Kendra Grant got hot, scoring 14 of her game-high 20 points after the break. Grant’s layup with

LA Tech 57, Ole Miss 54 Dec. 1, 2012 Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La. Sophomore Whitney Frazier scored 15 points to lead four Louisiana Tech players in double figures as the Lady Techsters defeated Ole Miss 57-54 before 4,785 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Saturday night. Tech (2-3) played stellar defensively for most of the night, holding Ole Miss (4-2) to only 34 percent (22-65) shooting while also out-

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rebounding the SEC foe 45-40. After opening the game by scoring the first seven points, the Lady Techsters never trailed but were unable to put the Rebels away and had to withstand a pair of three-point attempts by Ole Miss in the final five seconds of the contest. “This was a great win for our young team to play against such a tough team,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “The thing that impressed me the most was we didn’t allow them to ever take the lead. Our kids were resilient and fought hard. I can’t say but great things about what we did tonight. We still have a lot of growing to do. We made mistakes, but we fought to the end.” Behind the outside shooting of Lulu Perry and Frazier, who made her first career start at the three guard spot, and the strong inside play of Jasmine Bryant, who made her first Division I start, and Brittany Lewis, the Lady Techsters were able to build as much as an 11-point lead at 26-15 with 4:51 to play in the opening half. Frazier scored 10 of her game-high 15 points in the opening half, and ended the night by hitting 3-of-5 from beyond the arc. She entered the game 0-of-3 from the three-point line this year. “This was the first time she has been out there at the three,” Weatherspoon said. “She played a lot at the three. She was guarding ones, twos and threes. She was doing what we asked of her.” However, Ole Miss point guard Valencia McFarland harassed the Tech guards all night long and time after time made plays that kept the Rebels alive. After Perry’s three gave Tech the 11-point advantage, McFarland recorded two of three Ole Miss’ steals in a 30 second span that ignited a 7-0 run as the lead was closed to 26-22 with 3:22 to play. McFarland recorded eight of the Rebels 17 steals on the night as Ole Miss outscored Tech 18-2 on fast break points. “It hurts us tremendously to turn the ball over and not get a shot,” Weatherspoon said. “We want to get a shot every possession. Every time we turned it over, it seemed like they went on a fast break and scored. We cannot turn the ball over or we make the game very difficult on ourselves.” Tech led 30-22 at the half and after a Perry jumper to begin the second half pushed the advantage out to double figures again, McFarland ignited an 11-2 run with a steal and conventional three-point play. Amber Singletary’s layup with 15:50 to play in the game made the score 34-33 LA Tech. Bryant then went to work for LA Tech, scoring six points over the next five minutes as Tech pushed the lead back out to 47-37 on a three-pointer by Frazier at the 10 minutes mark of the final stanza. Bryant ended the game with career highs in points with 14, rebounds with seven and assists with four. “She was big,” Weatherspoon said. “The great thing was we asked Jasmine to be aggressive to the rim. She possesses great strength and power, and she did exactly what we asked of her. She got the time. Tonight was a great game for her.” Ole Miss would cut it to 57-54 on a layup

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#25 Texas A&M 77, LA Tech 26 Dec. 4, 2012 Reed Arena in College Station, Texas No. 25 Texas A&M hit a season-high 11 three-pointers and held Louisiana Tech to only one first half field goal as the Aggies defeated the Lady Techsters 77-26 Tuesday night before 4,248 fans at Reed Arena. The Aggies (4-3) opened the game on a 13-0 run as Tech was held scoreless until Courtney Hayes layup at the 12:30 mark of the first half put the Lady Techsters on the scoreboard. It would be the Lady Techsters only made field goal of the opening half as Tech was only 1-of-19 from the field at the break. Following Hayes’ layup, A&M scored 14 straight over the next six minutes to push the advantage out to 27-2 with less than seven minutes to play. Tavasha Anderson hit two free throws and Brittney Jefferson and Hayes each made one as Tech trailed 43-6 at the break. Texas A&M, whose three losses came to No. 2 Connecticut, No. 6 Louisville and No. 7 Penn State, entered the game shooting only 28 percent from the three-point line but hit 6-of-7 in the first half and 11 of its first 12 in the game. Peyton Little, who led the Aggies with 18 points, triggered the three-point barrage in the first half by hitting 4-of-4 before Courtney Williams matched her in the second half by hitting all four of her three-point attempts. Tech played better in the second half as A&M outscored the Lady Techsters 34-20. After committing 16 turnovers in the opening half, LA Tech cut that down to six after intermission. On the night Tech was outscored 23-1 on points off of turnovers. After seeing her team fall behind early, head coach Teresa Weatherspoon substituted freely as the Tech bench outscored its starters 18-8 and outrebounded them 20-12. Kelia Shelton led Tech with seven points and eight rebounds. For the game, Tech shot 17 percent (954), 2-of-17 from the three-point line and 6-of12 from the free throw line while Texas A&M shot 42 percent (30-71) from the field, 11-of-15 three-pointers and 6-of-9 free throws. A&M outrebounded Tech 49-42.

Teresa Weatherspoon’s team hit only 13-of-52 field goals against the Scarlet Knights as Rutgers pulled away down the stretch for the win. “We have to knock down open shots,” Weatherspoon said. “We got a lot of good looks against a very good defensive team but we simply didn’t make them. It was tough for those kids to walk away without a win. One thing I try to them is `Don’t play for me. Play for each other.’ “They always say `We want to win for you’ but it’s all about playing for each other. Let’s win for each other. It’s not about me, it’s about us. And when they get out of that, we’re going be pretty good. Our kids walked away knowing there’s a lot of work to be done and all those little things that have to be corrected are correctable. That’s the greatest part about it.” Tech fell behind early as Rutgers (5-3) scored the first seven points of the game before Janay Borum hit a 16-footer with 16:32 to play in the first half to get the Lady Techsters on the scoreboard. The Scarlet Knights extended the lead to double digits at 13-3 before Tech forward Brittany Lewis recorded back-to-back buckets to cut it to 13-7 with 12:29 to play. The Lady Techsters then went more than six minutes with only one field goal as Rutgers pushed the advantage to 23-9 and eventually out to 34-14 with 1:45 to play before the half. However, Lulu Perry and Kelia Shelton combined to score seven straight points as Tech trimmed the deficit to 36-22 at the break. Early in the second half, Tech scored eight of the first 12 points as a baseline jumper by Whitney Frazier with 16:48 to play trimmed the deficit to 40-30. However, the momentum was short-lived as Rutgers netted eight straight points to push the advantage back to 18. Tech trailed 57-41 on a Lewis jumper at the 10:57 mark of the game but the Lady Techsters

Rutgers 73, LA Tech 46 Dec. 9, 2012 Madison Square Garden in New York For the second straight game, Louisiana Tech struggled to shoot the basketball as the Lady Techsters fell 73-46 to Rutgers Sunday morning at Madison Square Garden as part of the 2012 Maggie Dixon Classic. One game after shooting only 17 percent in its loss at Texas A&M Tuesday, head coach

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LSU 77, LA Tech 55 Dec. 16, 2012 Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge Louisiana Tech freshman guard Lulu Perry turned 19 years old on Sunday. However, despite scoring a career-high 18 points, Perry didn’t receive the birthday present she and her Lady Techster teammates were hoping for as LSU muscled past LA Tech 77-55 before 2,718 fans at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. With the loss, Tech fell to 4-6 on the season as the Lady Techsters are done with their non-conference schedule until opening up Western Athletic Conference play Dec. 29 at Denver. LSU improved to 6-3 and evened up the 28-game series with LA Tech at 14 wins each as the Lady Tigers have now won eight straight. Despite entering the game on a modest two-game winning streak, LA Tech showed

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For the second straight game, Whitney Frazier came through in the clutch. Two nights after hitting the game winning free throws in the final minute against McNeese State, the sophomore forward completed a conventional three-point play with 11.2 seconds to play to lift Louisiana Tech to a 61-59 win over Oral Roberts Friday night at the Thomas Assembly Center. Trailing 59-58, Tech with less than a minute to play, Tech (4-5) dodged a pair of bullets as ORU missed a pair of shots as guard Janay Borum pulled down the defensive rebound. Instead of calling a timeout to set up a final play, head coach Teresa Weatherspoon opted to let her young team take its best shot. Borum misfired on a 17-footer but Frazier pulled down the offensive rebound and scored off the glass while drawing a foul on Golden Eagle forward Savanna Buck. Frazier capped a 21-point, 6-rebound performance with the free throw to give Tech a two-point advantage. ORU (3-5) had one final chance but Taylor Copper’s three-pointer was off the mark as Tech won for the fourth time this year by three points or less. The game didn’t start well for the Lady Techsters as Jaci Bigham and Kevi Luper combined to help the Golden Eagles jump out to a 14-4 advantage with 14:43 to play in the opening period. However, that’s when the Lady Techsters put it into a different gear as Tech used a 32-10 run over the next eight minutes to grab a 36-24 advantage. Tech led 38-32 at the half as Frazier, Brittany Lewis and Kelia Shelton each had nine points as the Lady Techsters shot 46 percent in the opening half. The biggest story of the night for Tech was

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Sophomore guard Kelia Shelton scored a career-high 23 points and Louisiana Tech held McNeese State without a field goal over the final six minutes as the Lady Techsters defeated the Cowgirls 52-50 before 2,205 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Wednesday night. McNeese State (4-4) took a 46-41 lead on a layup by Caitlyn Baggett with 5:58 to play, but the LA Tech defense then stiffened, holding the Cowgirls to 0-for-9 shooting the rest of the way as the Lady Techsters (3-5) won for the 18th time in the 23-game series. Shelton, playing in only her fifth game of the year, hit 9-of-17 field goals, including 3-of7 three-pointers, and connected on 2-of-4 free throws to help LA Tech overcome 26 turnovers in the victory. The Rock Hill, South Carolina native’s three-pointer with 3:20 to play in the game tied the score at 48-48 and then her spinning offbalance layup with less than two minutes to play tied the game again at 50-50. After neither team could score in their next two possessions, sophomore forward Whitney Frazier hit a pair of free throws with 39 seconds to play to give LA Tech the lead. Following a miss by McNeese State guard Caitlyn Baggett with 23 seconds to play, the Cowgirls were forced to foul, sending freshman Lulu Perry to the free throw line. However, Perry missed both free throws and McNeese State had three shots in the final five seconds but the Cowgirls couldn’t get one to fall as Tech won for the 12th straight time in Ruston against McNeese State. The Lady Techsters were victorious despite committing 26 turnovers which led to McNeese State outscoring Tech 15-2 in points off of turnovers. Tech shot 39 percent (20-51) from the field while holding McNeese State to only 27 percent (18-66) and while outrebounding the Cowgirls 46-38. Shelton was Tech’s lone double digit scorer, as she netted 15 points following intermission. Ashlyn Baggett led McNeese State with 22 points but was held to only 9-of-26 shooting on the night. Baggett scored 13 points early as

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its ability to take care of the basketball as the Lady Techsters registered only 10 turnovers Tech entered the game averaging more than 20 - and outscored ORU 23-8 on points off of turnovers. ORU cut Tech’s lead to one early in the second half at 42-41 on a three-pointer by Luper, who entered the game averaging 23 points per game but who was held to 18 on 7-of-19 shooting. Tech then used an 8-0 run to push the lead back out to 50-41 on a Frazier layup at the 14:44 mark. However, Tech went cold offensively as Oral Roberts fought back and took its first lead since early in the first half when Cooper scored off the glass with 4:13 to play to give the Golden Eagles a 57-56 advantage. After Tech retook the lead on a Frazier layup with just over two minutes to play, Sarah Shelton answered on the other end 20 seconds later giving ORU a 59-58 lead and setting up the final stages for the contest. In addition to Frazier’s big night, Lewis added 13 points while Shelton scored 11 points and grabbed five rebounds. Borum recorded her best game as a Techster with career-highs in points (9), rebounds (8) and assists (5) in 37 minutes of action. Luper scored 18 and Bernadett Balla added 16 points in the loss for ORU.

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zero signs of carrying over any momentum from those two victories as the Lady Techsters missed on 14 of their first 16 shots to open the game. “Unfortunately, we didn’t run the offense correctly, we missed easy shots and we turned the ball over,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “Regardless of how big they are, we still have to do the fundamental things ... that is to put a body on people and to turn and push. If you do those things, good things can happen for you. We didn’t do that.” Tech built itself a deep hole as a jumper by LSU freshman forward Derreyal Youngblood gave the Lady Tigers a 21-4 advantage at the midway mark of the first half. Youngblood combined with her front court teammates of Teresa Plaisance, Shanece McKinney and Sheila Boykin to dominate down low all day long as LSU outscored Tech 44-20 in the paint. Down 17 points, Tech showed signs of life over the final 10 minutes of the opening half as Perry scored 10 points during a 22-13 run that closed the half as the Lady Techsters pulled to within 34-26 at the halftime intermission. “It was a good day for Lulu,” Weatherspoon said. “We still want her to work on her shot selection. She was aggressive and that is what I liked the most today. She got into her mid-range game and got to the free throw line.” However, with a chance to pull closer to start the second half. Tech came out of the locker room slow once again, committing five turnovers in the first five minutes of the second half. LSU capitalized on Tech’s miscues, as a Plaisance jumper at the 14:01 mark of the second period pushed the Lady Techsters lead out to 52-32. Down 60-38 with less than eight minutes to play, Tech tried to mount one last run as Perry scored five points during a 7-0 run as the deficit was trimmed to 60-45. However, the Lady Tigers continued to find success inside as they pulled away for the victory. Tech shot only 33 percent (20-61) for the game, including only 3-of-13 from the threepoint line and only 12-of-24 from the free throw line. LSU shot 44 percent (27-61) from the field while hitting 23-of-36 free throws. Both teams committed too many turnovers with Tech registering 21 and LSU 19 but the Lady Tigers outscored Tech 23-9 on points off of turnovers. Bianca Lutley led five LSU players in double figures with 14 points.

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The Lady Techsters trailed 72-70 in the waning moments of the first extra period when Frazier - who had missed five of her first seven free throws in the game - stepped to the line and calmly sank two with 14 seconds to play, sending the game into the second overtime. Although neither team shot the ball well from the field in the overtimes, Tech hit 9-of-12 free throws including 4-of-4 by freshman guard Lulu Perry in the final 30 seconds of the game to seal the victory. The win is Tech’s first road victory of the season. “It was a gusty, gutsy win,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “Our kids battled and fought through it all. I like that. They found a way to make some adjustments on their own. Our kids just fought. All the minutes Whitney Frazier and Kelia Shelton played ... that’s a lot of minutes especially at this altitude. All of our kids competed and we found a way to win.” Tech took an early 6-3 lead three minutes into the game before Denver (5-7, 0-1) used an 18-2 run over a seven minute period to take a 21-8 advantage as Quincey Noonan converted a three-point play with 10:50 to play in the opening half. Brittany Lewis, who finished the game with 17 points and seven rebounds, finally stopped the run as her layup with 9:36 to play ignited a 6-0 run by the Lady Techsters as the deficit was trimmed to 21-14. The lead stayed around double digits as DU led 31-19 with 1:23 to play in the opening half before Lewis and Shelton both hit shots in the final minute to cut the Pioneers lead to 3123 at the break. Tech shot only 35 percent (1029) from the field in the first half while Denver shot 42 percent (13-31) and outrebounded the Lady Techsters 22-16. “We were pretty lucky to only be down by eight at the half,” Weatherspoon said. “We were happy to be where we were considering how we played. Those first five minutes of second half were so important for us to get going offensively and get back defensively. Our kids made adjustments and it worked.” The second half was a different story for LA Tech offensively, as the Lady Techster hit 52 percent (16-31), including 5-of-6 from the threepoint line. Shelton and Frazier, who combined to score only eight points in the first half, came to life in the second half as they scored 34 points while shooting 10 of 15 from the field. After slowly whittling down the DU lead, Tech tied the game at 42-42 with 13:47 to play when Shelton hit the first of her four threepointers. Three minutes later, Frazier gave the Lady Techsters their first lead since the opening minutes when she hit a layup with 10:08 to play to make the score 48-46. Denver answered with a 9-0 run in less than 60 seconds as the Pioneers led 53-46 with 9:11 to play. Up 60-52 with less than five minutes to play, Denver saw Tech answer as Kanedria Andrews scored four straight points and Shelton hit a jumper to cut the deficit to two points. After Frazier hit one of two free throws with two minutes to play, Denver guard Emiko Smith buried what appeared to be a dagger with a three-pointer with 1:31 to play to give

the Pioneers a 65-59 advantage. However, Janay Borum hit two free throws with 1:19 to play and following a DU turnover, Shelton drilled a three-pointer with 1:14 to play to make the score 65-64. Smith hit two free throws to put the score to 67-64 and DU had an opportunity to seal away the win, but Tech forced a defensive stop and then Shelton hit a three-pointer from the top of the key to tie the game and send it into overtime. “She just trusted and believed in herself,” Weatherspoon said. “It wasn’t a wide open shot ... there was a person in her face. She trusted and believed in herself. It’s that never say die attitude this team has.” For the game, Tech shot 41 percent (29-71) from the field, including 5-of-9 from the threepoint line and 19-of-27 from the free throw line. Denver hit only 31 percent (25-81) of its field goals, including 5-of-16 from beyond the arc. The Pioneers were nearly flawless at the charity stripe, hitting 22-of-26. Lulu Perry added 11 points for Tech while Borum scored six points, grabbed seven rebounds and recorded seven assists. Maiya Michel and Noonan led Denver with 15 points and 11 rebounds each. “This was just a hard fought basketball game,” Weatherspoon said. “I admire Denver. They are well coached and those kids left it all on the court. There won’t be too many teams that come in here and win in league play.” Tech improved to 20-13 all-time in overtime games, including a current streak of five straight wins.

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LA Tech 71, Texas State 58 Jan. 10, 2013 Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La. Kelia Shelton and Whitney Frazier both recorded double doubles to lead Louisiana Tech to a 71-58 win over Texas State Thursday night for the program’s 500th win all-time in Ruston. The Lady Techsters (7-7, 3-1 WAC) scored the first nine points of the game, built as much as an 18-point first half lead and never looked back in defeating the Bobcats (6-9, 0-5 WAC) in Western Athletic Conference action. With the victory, LA Tech recorded another milestone as it marked the 500th win in games played in Ruston as the Lady Techsters program is now 500-53 all-time at home. “What an awesome milestone,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “This is a very special place to play. I had the opportunity to play in front of amazing fans and against amazing programs. And for our young ladies to win No. 500 in this fashion ... we hope everyone is proud of them.” Shelton and Frazier got the game started quickly for the Lady Techsters as the sophomore duo combined to score the first 12 points as Tech jumped out to an early double digit lead. A Frazier three-pointer at the 15:24 mark of the opening half gave the Lady Techsters a 12-2 advantage.

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Kelia Shelton recorded her first career double double with 16 points and 13 rebounds as Louisiana Tech withstood a late Texas-Arlington rally as the Lady Techsters prevailed 65-58 before 2,148 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Saturday night. Shelton was held scoreless in a first half that saw LA Tech built a 38-27 halftime lead behind 25 points off the Lady Techster bench, spearheaded by nine from sophomore guard Kanedria Andrews who finished the night with a career-high 10 points and five boards. However, Shelton - who entered the game leading the team in scoring - got rolling in the final 20 minutes as she played the entire second half. Although Tech built a 15-point advantage at 55-40 with 10 minutes to play in the game, the Mavericks (3-10, 1-2 WAC) wouldn’t go away and capitalized on a LA Tech drought from both the field and the free throw line down the stretch. After two free throws by sophomore forward Whitney Frazier gave Tech the 15-point lead with just over 10 minutes to play, Tech managed to hit only 2-of-13 from the field and 6-of15 from the free throw line while committing six turnovers the rest of the way. A jumper by UTA guard Malaika Green with 22 seconds to play in the game cut the Tech lead down to 61-58 before Shelton hit 4-of6 free throws in the final 20 seconds of play to seal the victory for Tech, which improved to 11-0

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Stefanie Gilbreath scored a game-high 18 points to lead four players in double figures as New Mexico State defeated Louisiana Tech 7167 before 757 fans at the Pan American Center Monday night in Western Athletic Conference action. With the loss, Tech dropped to 5-7 overall, 1-1 in WAC play, while New Mexico State improved to 7-5, 1-1 in league action. Gilbreath, a transfer from Southern Cal, scored 12 points in the opening 10 minutes of play to lead New Mexico State (7-5, 1-1 WAC) to a 25-12 lead after the Aggies scored the first nine points of the game. The Aggies entered the game ranked dead last in the WAC in shooting, hitting only 33 percent of their shots on the season. However, behind the strong play of Gilbreath and a number of other Aggies, New Mexico State shot 50 percent from the field in the first half - and 46 percent for the game - as they built a 35-29 halftime advantage. New Mexico State hit 15-of-30 shots in the opening 20 minutes, including 5-of-12 from the three-point line, while the Lady Techsters hit 13of-34, including a trio of three-pointers. Tech made a push early in the second half as back-to-back three-pointers by freshman Lulu Perry cut the Aggies lead to 37-35 with 17:35 to play in the game. The Techsters then went cold over the next five minutes, hitting only 1-of-11 field goals as the Aggies used an 11-2 run to push the lead out to 48-37 with just under 12 minutes to play. A pair of Gilbreath free throws at the 9:40 mark of the second stanza gave New Mexico State its largest lead of the game at 56-42 before Tech junior forward Tavasha Anderson began to go to work inside. Anderson scored all 10 of her points in the final nine minutes of play and her layup with 3:06 to play in the game closed the deficit to 62-58. However, it was as close as Tech would get as New Mexico State snapped a nine-game losing streak in the series, winning for only the

third time in 19 games. Shelton led Tech with 17 points, six rebounds and five assists while Perry added 11 points and Anderson 10. Whitney Frazier scored six points and added a game-high eight rebounds. In addition to Gilbreath’s 18 points, Kelsie Rozendaal added 14 points, Sasha Weber 12 points and Danesia Williamson 11 points.

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all-time against UTA. Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon used an entirely new starting lineup - its fifth of the season - and the move seemed to pay off as the Lady Techsters played much better out of the gates. After scoring the first five points of the game, Tech saw UTA tie the game at 7-7 and take its first lead at 11-9 with just under 12 minutes to play in the opening half. The two teams were tied four times and exchanged the lead eight times in the first half before Tech used a 20-6 run to close out the first half and take an 11-point advantage into the locker room. Tech’s late run was spearheaded by Andrews’s three-point shooting. The sophomore guard entered the night only 1-of-8 from beyond the arc on the year but was 3-for-4 for the game. Early in the second half it appeared that Tech was poised to pull away as the Lady Techsters built a 42-27 lead on buckets by Shelton and guard Courtney Hayes. After UTA cut the lead down to nine at 45-36, Tech once again pushed it back out to 55-40. However, the Techsters went cold, scoring only 10 points over the final 10 minutes of the game, including eight by Shelton. Frazier added 11 points while Andrews scored 10 points. Kiara Parker led UTA with 14 points while Desherra Nwanguma added 10 points. For the game, Tech shot 39 percent (24-62) from the field, 8-of-24 from the three-point line and only 9-of-19 from the free throw line. UTA shot 43 percent (21-49) from the field, 3-of-10 from beyond the arc and 13-of-20 from the free throw line. Tech outrebounded UTA 38-36 while forcing 20 Mavs turnovers.

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“We did a good job of attacking,” Weatherspoon said. “We put them on their heels early. It was important because they are a team that can really score. I thought our post players did a good job of being physical in the painted area and not allowing them to control it.” Lulu Perry and Brittany Lewis came off the LA Tech bench and led a strong performance from the reserves as they combined to score 14 first half points. A Perry three-pointer at the 9:06 mark gave Tech a 24-12 lead and a Lewis layup just over three minutes later gave the Lady Techsters a 32-14 advantage - its biggest of the game. Frazier scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the first half while Shelton added seven points and eight boards as LA Tech led 39-25 at the break. Tech, which ended the game plus 18 in rebounds, shot 47 percent (1634) from the field in the opening half and outrebounded the Bobcats 29-16. “We were crashing the boards,” Weatherspoon said. “Our guards were physical to the boards. We didn’t accept box outs. They see the ball go up and they put themselves in great position to get second and third chances. “Whitney Frazier is special player who wants to get better every day. Even in practice this is how she works. This is nothing new. She is in tremendous shape. She is productive and she sets the tone. She gets it done.” Tech maintained its double digit lead for the majority of the second half although a threepointer by Erin Peoples with 9:04 to play in the game cut the deficit to 50-43. However, Shelton scored seven points during a 15-5 run over the next six minutes as the lead ballooned back out to 17. Texas State got no closer than nine points the rest of the way. Defensively, Tech held Texas State - which entered the game as the WAC’s No. 1 scoring team - to 17 points below their season average. The Lady Techsters held the Bobcats to only 35 percent shooting on 23-of-66, including only 8-of-24 from beyond the arc. “It was one of our best defensive jobs of the season,” Weatherspoon said. “We still have a lot to do. Our transition defense has to get better. We got lost a number of times. We have to make sure as coaches we get into practice and continue to teach so it becomes just second nature to them.” Shelton ended the night with 18 points and 13 rebounds while Frazier added 15 points and a career-high 15 boards. Diamond Ford led Texas State with 25 points while Peoples added 15 points and Ashley Ezeh scored 12 points.

With the possession arrow pointing in the favor of the Roadrunners, UTSA inbounded the ball to Whitney York who missed a jumper. However, King pulled down the offensive rebound in traffic and hit a running one-hander off the glass to give UTSA the lead. Tech freshman guard Lulu Perry’s desperation heave from 60 feet hit the front of the rim as the Roadrunners snapped the Lady Techsters six-game home winning streak and defeated LA Tech for the first time in four tries. After shooting only 19 percent from the field in the first half and trailing 24-18, LA Tech dug itself even a deeper hole early in the second half before responding. A three-pointer by Ashley Spaletta at the 17:37 mark of the final stanza gave UTSA its biggest lead of the game at 33-22 before LA Tech rallied. Savanna Langston’s layup started the Tech rally and back-to-back buckets by Janay Borum with just over 13 minutes to play closed the deficit to 33-30. The Lady Techsters finally tied the game at 37-37 on a Langston 19-foot jumper in front of the Tech bench with 10:40 to play and one minute later Kelia Shelton gave Tech its first lead since the opening minutes on a threepointer. The two teams traded the lead back and forth 11 times in the second half. Tech trailed 4948 with less than a minute to play when sophomore guard Kanedria Andrews stole a pass and outraced two UTSA defenders for the go-ahead layup with 39 seconds to play. UTSA missed an opportunity to take the lead on a King jumper and then an offensive foul on Spaletta with 18.5 seconds to play. After a timeout, Tech inbounded the ball to Shelton who was tied up by two UTSA defenders, giving the basketball back to the Roadrunners and setting up King’s last second winner. For the game, Tech shot 37 percent (1952) from the field, including 54 percent (14-26) in the second half but only hit 10-of-20 free throws. UTSA shot 36 percent (18-50) for the game, but connected on six three-pointers and 9-of-14 free throws. Whitney Frazier and Shelton led Tech with

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LA Tech 67, Idaho 58 Jan. 17, 2013 Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La. Utah State guard Devyn Christensen score Following a 19-hour trip to Moscow the day before, Louisiana Tech found itself trailing the Idaho Vandals by 20 points early in the second half of Thursday night’s Western Athletic Conference contest at Cowan Spectrum. It would have been hard to blame the Lady Techster players if they fold their tents ... but they didn’t. Instead head coach Teresa Weatherspoon’s bunch dug deep and used a game-ending 37-8 run to record the second largest come-frombehind victory in the program’s history as the Lady Techsters defeated Idaho 67-58. “I am so proud of these kids,” Weatherspoon said. “They have gone through a lot. They have hurt a lot. A lot has happened to them just this week. To go through the trip we had to go through to get here and to be down 20 ... these kids never gave up.” The win ranked as the second largest come-from-behind victory in program history, trailing only the 1988-89 squad that overcame a 21-point second half deficit at home to beat Old Dominion on Feb. 11, 1989. Idaho, which entered the game on a twogame winning streak, led 36-27 at halftime and then opened the second half by hitting six of its first nine field goals. When Vandal guard Stacey Barr scored in transition with 16:17 to play in the game, the Vandals held what looked to be an insurmountable 50-30 advantage. Weatherspoon called a timeout, gathered her troops, made a couple of substitutions and then watched as sophomore guard Courtney Hayes spearheaded a tenacious defensive effort the rest of the way.

UTSA 51, LA Tech 50 Jan. 12, 2013 Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La.

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UTSA guard Kamra King banked home the game-winner with 3.2 seconds to play to lift UTSA to a 51-50 win over Louisiana Tech Saturday night at the Thomas Assembly Center. King’s heroics were set up after UTSA forced a jump ball off a Lady Techsters inbound play with 18.5 seconds to play and LA Tech holding onto a slim 50-49 lead.

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Lulu Perry and Whitney Frazier each scored 21 points and Louisiana Tech fought off a furious San Jose State rally as the Lady Techsters defeated the Spartans 94-80 before 2,059 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Thursday night. In a game that saw 56 fouls called and saw the two teams combine for 55 turnovers and 74 free throw attempts, LA Tech (9-9, 5-3 WAC) built a 21-point second half lead before watching the Spartans (7-12, 4-4 WAC) claw their way to within three with 5:44 to play in the game. However, Tech showed composure down the stretch and benefited from three of San Jose State’s seven players fouling out as the Spartans finished the game with only four players on the floor. For the first time in quite a few games, LA Tech got off to a quick start as Perry’s steal and layup with 16:11 to play in the opening half gave the Lady Techsters an early 11-0 advantage. It triggered a stretch of seven straight points by the Benton native as Tech eventually pushed its advantage out to 21-7 on a Savanna Langston

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Ashley Ward scored 20 points to lead four players in double figures as Seattle jumped out to a big first half lead en route to a 64-47 win over Louisiana Tech before 585 fans at the Connolly Center Saturday night in Western Athletic Conference play. Seattle (10-6, 7-0 WAC) forced 16 first half turnovers and scored 18 points off of those turnovers as the Redhawks held a 21-point halftime lead at 34-13.

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jumper with 12:26 to play in the first half. After the Spartans closed the gap to 25-16 on an Emily Schill layup with 8:42 to play, Tech went on a run as a Frazier layup with 3:12 to play in the opening half extended the lead to 42-22. Tech led 51-37 at the break - the most points scored by the Lady Techsters in a half this season. Tech shot 46 percent (18-39) from the field in the first half while holding San Jose State to only 36 percent (12-33). The Techsters also forced 18 of SJSU’s 30 turnovers in the opening 20 minutes of play while outscoring the Spartans 28-12 in the paint. Early in the second half it appeared as if the Lady Techsters would put the game away as a pair of Jelena Vucinic free throws with 19:16 to play gave Tech a 58-37 lead, forcing SJSU to call a timeout. However, despite being short-handed with only seven players making the trip, San Jose State continued to battle and slowly yet surly chipped away at the lead thanks to some clutch free throw shooting. San Jose State, which hit 32-of-39 free throws in the game including 23of-26 in the second half, cut the Tech lead to single digits at 62-53 with 13:34 to play in the game. An Alexis Hill jumper at the midway mark of the final stanza sliced Tech’s lead to 68-64. The lead remained single digits and when Ta’Rea Cunnigan hit a jumper with 7:05 to play, San Jose State had cut the deficit to one possession at 72-69. With Tech lead 74-71, Perry hit a jumper and a three-pointer and then back-to-back baskets by Frazier pushed the advantage to 85-76 with 3:01 to play. San Jose State lost guard Classye James to fouls with 10:59 to play on a double technical and then forward Riana Byrd fouled out with 4:53 to play and Tech leading by five. Cunnigan, who finished the game with 21 points but committed 12 turnovers, was the third Spartan to foul out with 1:15 to play, forcing coach Tim LaKose to finish the game with only four players. In addition to her career-high 21 points, Perry added a career-high nine rebounds. Brittany Lewis added 15 points and nine rebounds while Janay Borum added a career-high eight assists before fouling out. For the game, Tech shot 44 percent (33-75) from the field and 25-of-35 from the free throw line while San Jose State shot 37 percent (2260). Tech outrebounded the Spartans 52-39.

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Tech (8-9, 4-3 WAC) shot just 23 percent (6-23) in the first half, including 0-of-8 from the three-point line and only 1-of-5 at the free throw line. After junior guard Jelena Vucinic gave Tech its only lead of the game at 4-2 on a driving layup with 16:16 remaining in the first half, Ward answered with a jumper less than one minute later that ignited a 12-0 run as the Redhawks led 14-4 at the midway point of the opening half. The lead remained at 10 at 18-8 following a Brittany Lewis layup with 8:52 to play when Seattle used a 14-2 run over the next five minutes to push its advantage to 32-10. Seattle led 34-13 at the half. Brenda Adhiambo opened the second half with a layup to give the Redhawks their biggest lead of the game at 36-13 before LA Tech began to rally. A Whitney Frazier jumper with 17:02 to play in the game cut the deficit to 38-22. Seattle maintained its advantage as another Frazier layup with 9:23 to play trimmed the Redhawk lead to 46-31. Four straight points by Frazier, including the last two on free throws with 5:15 to play, pulled Tech to within 12 points at 53-41. However, it was as close as LA Tech would get as Seattle held on for the win. Frazier led Tech with 14 points while Brittany Lewis added 13 points, eight rebounds and four blocks. Janay Borum tied her career-high with seven assists while adding four rebounds and four steals. Jelena Vucinic tied her careerhigh with five steals. For the game, Tech shot just 29 percent (19-65) from the field, 1-of-13 from the threepoint line and 8-of-17 from the free throw line. Seattle shot 38 percent (22-58) from the field, 1-of-6 from the three-point line and 19-of-33 from the free throw line. The Redhawks outrebounded Tech 55-39.

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“The key to our victory was the defense of Courtney Hayes,” Weatherspoon said. “It was so contagious ... it went form one player to another. We didn’t give them open looks. You cannot let a team like this get open. All 15 of their three’s in first half were open shots. Our kids made the adjustments. Courtney Hayes was awesome defensively.” Hayes, who came off the bench in the first half but who got the start in the second half, held Idaho sharp-shooter Christina Salvatore scoreless in the final 20 minutes after Salvatore scored 14 points in the opening half. Salvatore wasn’t the only Vandal shut down offensively in the second half as Tech held Idaho to 3-of-21 shooting over the final 16 minutes of the game. Offensively, Tech turned to some unsung heroes for scoring as Janay Borum scored a career-high 16 points and Jelena Vucinic added 12 points. Brittany Lewis, who was held scoreless in the first half, ended the game with 10 points and 12 rebounds. “Jelena Vucinic had confidence in every shot she took,” Weatherspoon said. “She believed in herself. She played with an amazing amount of confidence. Janay Borum conducted the show. She did a tremendous job of that. Tavasha Anderson came off the bench and set the tone in the painted area. Brittany Lewis had her most aggressive game in a Lady Techster uniform. I’m super proud of what all these kids did.” Down 20 Tech slowly started to chip away at the Idaho lead although the Vandals still held a 13-point advantage at 55-40 at the midway mark of the second half. However, a Hayes jumper at the 9:29 mark of the second half ignited a 17-0 run by the Lady Techsters. When Lewis buried a three-pointer with 3:34 to play in the game, Tech had erased the Idaho lead and taken its own at 57-55. The Vandals would tie it up on a Jessica Graham layup with 3:05 to play before Vucinic hit an offbalance driving layup 30 seconds later as Tech reclaimed the advantage. Tech ended the game on a 10-1 run as an Ali Forde free throw with exactly one minute to play was all Idaho could muster. The Lady Techsters shot 42 percent (2355) from the field for the game, including 7-of18 from the three-point line and 14-of-24 from the free throw line. Idaho hit only 35 percent (21-60) of its field goals, including 9-of-25 threepointers. Tech outrebounded Idaho 42-34. The Lady Techsters are now 16-0 all-time against Idaho.

Utah State 76, LA Tech 75 Jan. 26, 2013 Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La. Jenna Johnson’s layup with five seconds to play in overtime lifted Utah State to a 76-75 win over Louisiana Tech before 2,248 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Saturday night. Johnson’s layup came off an inbounds play by the Aggies (10-10, 7-2 WAC) under their own basket with LA Tech (9-10, 5-4 WAC) leading by one. Tech pushed the basketball up the court following the layup but an off-balance three-point attempt by Kanedria Andrews at the

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buzzer was off the mark as Utah State won for the third time in eight trips to Ruston. After trailing for a large part of the second half, LA Tech used an 11-0 run over a three-minute stretch to take a 56-47 lead with 6:28 to play as Lulu Perry scored five points and Whitney Frazier four points during the stretch. However, Utah State rallied to tie the game at 62-62 as the Aggies scored six straight points on offensive rebounds and put-backs as Elise Nelson’s layup off a miss with 1:22 left tied the game. Tech regained a two-point lead on a layup by Brittany Lewis with 58 seconds to play in regulation before Johnson tied the game again just 14 seconds later. Lewis gave Tech a 66-64 lead with 19 seconds to play in the game before the Aggies once again tied it up as Franny Vaaulu scored in the paint with nine seconds remaining to tie the game. Tech got one final shot in regulation but Kelia Shelton’s contested jumper bounced off the rim, sending the game into overtime. In overtime, Tech held a 75-72 advantage after two free throws by Shelton with 2:18 to play but it would be the final points of the game for the Lady Techsters. Jennifer Schlott’s two free throws with 2:10 to play closed the gap to 75-74. After neither team was able to score on its next few possessions, Tech had an opportunity to add to its lead but Shelton’s 15-footer with 20 seconds to play rimmed in and out, giving the Aggies one last chance. Schott’s driving layup was blocked by Lewis out of bounds with eight seconds to play in overtime, setting up the final heroics by Johnson. Lewis led Tech with 21 points and 10 rebounds while Frazier and Perry each scored 16 points and Shelton added 15 points. Vaaulu led Utah State with 20 points while Johnson scored 15 points. For the game, Tech shot 43 percent (28-65) from the field and 15-of-18 from the free throw line while Utah State shot 37 percent (27-74) from the field and 18-of-24 from the charity stripe. Tech outrebounded USU 45-41. The Lady Techsters also held one of the WAC’s leading scorers Devyn Christensen to only eight points on 4-of-13 shooting.

UALR 74, LA Tech 52 Jan. 30, 2013 Jack Stephens Center in Little Rock Lulu Perry scored 14 points and Whitney Frazier added 11 points but UALR used a 14-0 run midway through the first half to pull away for a 74-52 win over Louisiana Tech Wednesday night at the Jack Stephens Center. UALR (14-7), which entered the game ranked in the top five in the country in defense, held the Lady Techsters (9-11) to only 32 percent shooting (19-60) from the field while outrebounding LA Tech 48-35. The Trojans also recorded 11 blocked shots in the game. “It’s difficult to explain,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “They don’t have a difficult offense to defend. They are a very good team, but we didn’t give the effort we needed to give. Every game is important. It’s

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all about our kids. Do they want to get it done? We shouldn’t have to continue to coach effort every night. “We allowed (UALR) to get into a rhythm early. We allowed them to feel good about themselves. We should approach every game the same. That’s how competitors do it. We didn’t do that tonight.” Behind six early points by Perry, Tech took an 8-7 lead with 15:55 to play in the opening half. However, it would be short-lived as went the next four minutes without a point and the next five-plus minutes without a field goal as UALR built a 21-8 advantage. The Trojans would hold Tech to only 23 percent (7-30) shooting in the opening period as they took a 40-21 lead into the halftime locker room. Tech scored the first two buckets of the second half as Brittany Lewis hit a layup and a 15-foot jumper to carve the deficit down to 4025. It was as close as the Lady Techsters would get as UALR eventually pushed the advantage out to as many as 26 in the second half. Perry finished the night with 14 points, three assists and two rebounds while Frazier added 11 points and four rebounds for Tech. Lewis chipped in with nine points. Taylor Ford led UALR with 16 points while Taylor Gault added 13 points and Ka’Nesheia Cobbins scored 12 points. UALR shot 44 percent (25-57) from the field for the game and 21-of-30 from the free throw line while Tech ended the night shooting just 32 percent (19-60).

LA Tech 78, UT Arlington 62 Feb. 2, 2013 College Park Center in Arlington Lulu Perry tied her career-high with 21 points and Kelia Shelton and Whitney Frazier both scored in double figures to lead Louisiana Tech to a 78-62 win over UT Arlington Saturday night in Western Athletic Conference action at College Park Center. Perry hit 6-of-7 field goals, including 3-of-3 from beyond the arc, and 6-of-7 free throws as the Benton star helped the Lady Techsters build an early lead and eventually push it out to as many as 31 before coasting to the win. “I thought we did a lot of things well,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “I thought in the first half we really defended them well and made it tough. We executed on the offensive end for most of the game. “However, we have to learn how to close games. We didn’t do a good job of that down the stretch. We have to have better clock management. And we have to do a better job of finishing when we have the advantage.” With the win, Tech improved to 10-11 overall, 6-4 in WAC play while UT Arlington fell to 3-17 overall, 1-9 in league action. After the two teams traded buckets in the early minutes of the game, Tech used the first of three 11-0 runs in the game to build a 15-4 advantage on Frazier knocked down her seventh three-pointer of the year with 14:49 to play. The Mavs used a 7-3 run to trim the deficit down to seven before Brittany Lewis scored

five straight points to ignite another 11-0 run as the Lady Techsters led 29-11 after a Jasmine Bryant layup with 6:22 to play in the opening half. Tech shot 52 percent (14-27) from the field in the first half while holding UT Arlington to only 25 percent (8-32) as the Lady Techsters led 36-19 at the break. Early in the second half with Tech leading 46-26, the Lady Techsters registered their third 11-0 run of the night as Jelena Vucinic’s layup with 11:50 to play in the game upped the LA Tech advantage to 57-26. Both teams then began utilizing their reserves freely and the Mavs showed signs of life as Chauntandra Williams and Rosalyn Thorpe spearheaded a UT Arlington push. A layup by Thorpe with 5:46 to play in the game cut the Tech deficit to 64-44 as Weatherspoon reinserted her starters for the remainder of the game. With Tech leading only by 18 and the shot clock running down, Perry drilled a long threepointer over a UT Arlington defender with 4:51 to play as Perry scored 16 of her game-high 21 points in the final half. “Lulu is really starting to get more comfortable,” said Weatherspoon of her freshman guard who has averaged 18.0 points per game over the last four contests. “She made good decisions tonight as far as shot selection. She is still growing and transitioning to the college game. She hit some tough shots with people in her face.” In addition to Perry’s big night, Shelton added 17 points and Frazier 15 points. Tech shot 45 percent (25-56) for the game, including 6-of9 from the three-point line and 22-of-30 from the free throw line. Desherra Nwanguma led UT Arlington with 15 points while Williams added 14 points and Thorpe 10 points. The Mavs shot 35 percent (21-60) from the field, including 3-of-13 from the three-point line and 17-of-22 from the free throw line. Tech improved to 12-0 all-time against UT Arlington.

LA Tech 79, UTSA 73 Feb. 7, 2013 Convocation Center in San Antonio Entering Thursday night’s contest between Louisiana Tech and UTSA, the Roadrunners ranked No. 1 in the Western Athletic Conference in scoring defense holding opponents to only 54 points per contest. Lady Techster sophomore guard Kelia Shelton almost matched that by herself as she torched the nets - and the Roadrunners defense - for 45 points to lead LA Tech to a 79-73 victory at the Convocation Center. Shelton, whose point total was a Western Athletic Conference record and was the second most in Lady Techster history, hit 16-of-22 field goals, 3-of-3 three-pointers and 10-of-14 free throws while also grabbing a team-high eight rebounds in the victory. The Rock Hill, South Carolina native’s total trails only Sheila Ethridge’s 47-point outburst in a win over Texas-Pan American on Feb. 23, 1991. It surpassed the WAC scoring record of

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led 39-29 at the half as Shelton totaled 21 first half points. Tech came out of the locker room and was able to maintain its double digit lead until UTSA used an 11-4 run midway through the final stanza to close the advantage down to five. A threepointer by Mitchell-Cole with 6:48 to play cut the Tech lead to 60-55 before Shelton answered with her third three-pointer of the game on the ensuing possession. Four straight points by the Roadrunners made the score 63-59 with 5:58 to play before Shelton proceeded to score the next five points of the game at the free throw line as Tech’s advantage was increased to 68-59. Tech hit 17-of-20 free throws in the second half as UTSA was unable to get any closer than six points the rest of the way. Miki Turner led UTSA with 16 points while Mitchell-Cole added 15 points and Whitney York chipped in with 14 points. Tech won despite committing 24 turnovers and allowing 20 offensive rebounds by the Roadrunners.

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game winning streak come to an end. Tech (11-12, 7-5) began the game strong as Shelton scored 10 points to lead the Lady Techsters to a 17-10 advantage with 12:38 to play in the first half. However, the Bobcats stormed back and used a 25-4 run over the next eight minutes as Texas State hit six three-pointers during the run to grab a 35-21 lead with just over four minutes to play in the half. LA Tech scored the final three points of the half to trail 35-24 at the break. Texas State maintained its double digit lead for the majority of the second half. A Diamond Ford three-pointer with 9:08 to play gave Texas State a 53-40 margin, but a jumper by Perry and a three-pointer by Jelena Vucinic started a Lady Techster run. Two Janay Borum free throws and backto-back layups by Perry and Whitney Frazier cut the Texas State lead to 57-54 with 4:23 to play in the game. The Bobcats pushed it back to 61-54 lead on a running jumper by Ford in the lane with just over two minutes to play. Shelton then scored four straight points and Perry’s off-balance jumper with just over a minute to play closed the gap to 61-60, setting up the final minute of play. Shelton led Tech with 22 points and 11 rebounds while Perry added 14 points and Frazier chipped in with 13 points. Ford led Texas State with 16 points followed by Jasmine Baugus with 14 and Kaylan Martin and Anderson with 10 each. For the game, Tech shot 37 percent (24-65) from the field, including 5-of-15 from the threepoint line and 10-of-19 from the free throw line. Texas State shot 42 percent (25-60) from the

Texas State 68, LA Tech 63 Feb. 9, 2013 Strahan Coliseum in San Marcos Texas State built an 11-point halftime lead and hung on late staving off a Louisiana Tech rally as the Bobcats defeated the Lady Techsters 68-63 before 1067 fans at Strahan Coliseum. After leading by as many as 14 points in the second half, Texas State saw its lead cut to 61-60 with 1:02 to play in the game when Lulu Perry hit an off-balanced jumper in the lane. The Bobcats (9-14, 3-10) scored four straight points to push the advantage out to 65-60 before Kelia Shelton hit a three-pointer with 21 seconds to play to cut the deficit to 65-63. Following a Lady Techster foul in the backcourt, Texas State freshman Raven Burns then missed the front end of a one-and-one with 20 seconds to play and Shelton pulled down the defensive rebound. However, Shelton’s outlet pass for Perry went out of bounds, giving the basketball back to the Bobcats. Texas State hit three more free throws for the final margin as Tech saw its modest two-

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Whitney Frazier and Whitney Jones each score Kacie Sowell scored 26 points and Seattle shot 52 percent from the field to defeat Louisiana Tech 87-74 before 2,351 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Thursday night. The Redhawks (14-9, 11-3 WAC) hit 27-of52 field goals to become only the second team this season to eclipse the 50 percent plateau against LA Tech, joining the Rutgers Scarlett Knights who accomplished the feat on Dec. 9 at Madison Square Garden. “The game was too simple to them,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “We didn’t defend. They got any basket they wanted and ran any offense they wanted. They got the ball wherever they wanted. They did whatever they wanted. We didn’t play as a unit. We didn’t do anything that we worked on all week in practice. We didn’t play as a team. Anybody is going to score with us defending like that. Anybody. “It’s very simple. If you don’t put yourself in great position to defend someone in relationship to where the basketball is on the floor, you are going to get beat on duck-ins every single time. You will get beat with flashes every single time. It is all about what you do defensively. If you don’t get down and alert, you are never going to be a great basketball team defensively. That’s where it starts.” Whitney Frazier scored 20 points and Brittany Lewis added 11 points before fouling out but the Lady Techsters never managed to completely overcome a first half double digit deficit, falling for the second straight time and the second time in as many tries against Seattle. Playing without guard Kelia Shelton who was suspended for violating team rules in the first half, LA Tech managed to stay within striking distances despite committing 15 first half turnovers. After holding an early 6-0 lead, Tech watched Seattle use a 24-6 run over a sixminute stretch as the Redhawks led 24-12 on a Daidra Brown fast-break layup with 12:10 to play in the opening half. “We turned the ball over way too many times, and in crucial moments,” Weatherspoon said. “We did that and then there was no one back defensively, and they scored in transition. That fuels their fire. That got their energy flowing. They felt like this was their house and they played like it.” Despite playing the majority of the first half with Lewis on the bench with three fouls, the Lady Techsters got solid production off the bench from Courtney Hayes and Jelena Vucinic who combined for 11 points and four assists. Hayes jumper as the first half buzzer sounded cut the Seattle halftime lead to 43-37. With Lewis and Shelton both back on the floor to start the second half, Tech hit 5-of-8 shots to open the final 20 minutes of play. Two free throws by Frazier with 14:22 to play in the game closed the gap to 49-48. However, the Lady Techsters went cold -

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LA Tech 64, Idaho 62 Feb. 16, 2013 Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La. Whitney Frazier hit a three-pointer with .2 seconds to play to lift Louisiana Tech to a 64-62 victory over Idaho Saturday night before 2,404 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. Frazier’s heroics were set up when Idaho sophomore guard Stacey Barr gave the Vandals a 62-61 lead with a 10-foot bank shot in the lane with 8.4 seconds to play in the game. It was Idaho’s first lead since holding a slim 5-4 advantage with just under 18 minutes to play in the first half. “We make things hard on ourselves,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “I am so proud of the kids. They fought the entire time. They worked hard. Our bigs were productive. In order for us to be successful our bigs have to be productive. It feels so good when something positive falls your way.” Following a timeout by LA Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon, the Lady Techsters inbounded the basketball to guard Janay Borum who slipped down at mid-court. Borum kept her composure, fed Lulu Perry who took a couple of dribbles to the top of the key before finding an open Frazier standing in front of the LA Tech bench. Frazier took the pass, let the shot loose and watched as hit banked home with less than a second to play as her teammates mobbed her in front of the LA Tech scorer’s table. Officials watched the replay and put .2 seconds back on the clock. However, Idaho was unable to get a shot off as time expired. “We were actually trying to get Janay to push it up the court, and hand it off to Kelia Shelton for Kelia to get in the painted area,” Weatherspoon said. “Unfortunately, Janay fell. Lulu was alert enough to get the basketball and get it to Frazier. Frazier was alert and knew the time on the clock. She took the shot confidently and knocked it down. Before the game she told me `Coach, I just don’t feel like I can miss tonight. I am going to be clutch.’ Look at what happened down the stretch.” With the victory, LA Tech improved to 1213 overall, 8-6 in Western Athletic Conference play while Idaho fell to 12-14 overall, 9-6 in league action. The win also kept the Lady Techsters perfect record against Idaho intact as Tech is 17-0 all-time against the Vandals. And for the second time this year, Idaho head coach Jon Newlee and the Vandals had to walk off the court knowing they were close to breaking the Tech streak. Idaho led Tech by 20 in the first meeting of the year before falling 67-58. “I have a lot of respect for (Coach New-

lee),” Weatherspoon said. “He is a great man and a great coach. It is hard. You’ve been on that end and you know what it feels like. You can only imagine what he is feeling like. We always congratulate each other and wish each other the best down the stretch.” After the two teams traded buckets early in the game, a Borum layup at the 17:36 mark of the opening half ignited a 25-13 run. Brittany Lewis, who ended the game with a team-high 18 points, scored 12 points as Tech built its only double digit lead of the game at 29-18 with 5:01 to play in the half. However, Newlee’s Vandals wouldn’t go quietly as Idaho closed the Tech advantage to as few as three late in the first half before heading into the locker room trailing 34-30. Tech maintained its lead throughout the second half, pushing it out to 58-50 with 4:32 to play in the game on a jumper by Perry. However, a three-pointer by Connie Ballestero ingited a 12-3 Idaho run as Barr’s jumper in the lane with 8.4 seconds to play gave the Vandals the shortlived lead. For the game, Tech shot 40 percent (27-68) from the field, 2-of-10 from the three-point line and only 8-of-15 from the free throw line while Idaho shot 35 percent (20-58) from the field, 4-of-23 from beyond the arc and 18-of-22 from the stripe.

Utah State 70, LA Tech 56 Feb. 28, 2012 Dee Glenn Smith Spectrum in Logan, Utah Jennifer Schlott scored 19 points and Utah State held Louisiana Tech without a field goal for more than 13 minutes as the Aggies defeated the Lady Techsters 70-56 before 634 fans at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum Thursday night. LA Tech (12-14, 8-7 WAC) went the final 12:44 of the first half without making a field goal as Utah State pushed a two-point lead out to 15 at the half.

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For the sixth straight game, the Lady Techster shot under 40 percent from the field as LA Tech hit only 31 percent of its field goals Thursday night in a 66-56 loss to New Mexico State at the Thomas Assembly Center. With the loss, Tech (12-16, 8-9 WAC) falls into a three-way tie for fifth place in the Western Athletic Conference standings heading into Saturday night’s regular season finale against Denver. The loser of the LA Tech versus Denver game will be the No. 7 seed in the upcoming WAC Tournament and will have to play Tuesday at noon PT against the No. 10 seed. The winner of the LA Tech versus Denver game will finish as either the No. 4, 5 or 6 seed and won’t play until Wednesday. On this night, the Lady Techsters looked like a team still searching for an offensive identity. After opening the game with a 4-0 lead on Whitney Frazier’s layup with 15:56 to play, LA Tech went ice cold, hitting only one field goal over the next 11-plus minutes. By the time Frazier hit another layup with 4:24 to play in the half, NMSU led 22-9. The Aggies would push the advantage out to 17 at 26-9 before entering the locker room leading 29-17. Tech hit only 6-of-31 field goals for 19 percent in the opening stanza. Coming out of the locker room, Stefanie Gilbreath and the Aggies extended their lead to 44-24 on a three-pointer by Abby Scott with 14:44 to play in the game. Tech turned up the defensive pressure with a full-court press and forced numerous Aggies turnovers over the final 20 minutes as 17 of NMSU’s 28 turnovers came during the second half. Behind the play of Frazier, who ended the night with a game-high 19 points, Tech slowly started cutting into the deficit and when the sophomore forward hit a jumper with 4:01 to play in the game, New Mexico State’s lead was down to 53-47. However, the Aggies used a 10-2 run over the next three minutes to push the lead back out to double figures as they coasted home for

Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, La. With their backs against the wall, Louisiana Tech came out punching as the Lady Techsters led from start to finish in defeating Denver 69-51 Saturday night before 2,131 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. LA Tech (13-16, 9-9 WAC) entered the night knowing that a fourth straight loss would send them into the upcoming Western Athletic Conference Tournament as the No. 7 seed, forcing them to start play Tuesday and making it that much more difficult to win the title. However, Whitney Frazier led all scorers with 15 points and the Lady Techsters came out of a six-game shooting slump by hitting 57 percent (26-46) of its field goals as Tech defeated the Pioneers (13-16, 8-10 WAC) for the second time this season. “What I liked the most about our kids is that they stayed with game plan,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “Offensively, we started to click. We started to get open shots. We were finding people. We were dialed in, not just on winning, but on the process. “We really went to work on shooting the ball yesterday. We did even more things working with mechanics of shooting. We did those things, the kids took their time and shot it confidently. That made a difference for us.” With the win, Tech enters the WAC Tournament as the No. 5 seed and will face the No. 4 seed UTSA Wednesday night at 10:30 p.m. CT at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. While the Lady Techsters were knocking down open shots from inside and outside, it was the defensive effort that allowed LA Tech to build a double digit lead 12 minutes into the game and extend it out to 38-21 on a buzzerbeating three-pointer by Jelena Vucinic right before the half. “This is how you have to play all the time,” Weatherspoon said. “When you play like this, it’s really fun. It was important we got off to a good start. Denver is a good basketball team. Our defensive effort was great and it translated over to the offensive end. All 12 players were dialed in to the game plan. “We went over this and over this and over this defensive game plan. Tonight it looked like things sunk in with our kids with what we are trying to accomplish. Everyone must want the win. That’s what our mindset was. Everyone had to stay positive.” Denver entered the game ranked No. 1 in the WAC in assist to turnover ratio. However, behind a swarming, trapping man-to-man defense, the Lady Techsters forced 19 turnovers

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Ta’Rea Cunnigan scored 20 points and San Jose State dodged two late bullets as the Spartans handed Louisiana Tech a 60-58 loss late Saturday night at The Events Center. The Lady Techsters fell to 12-15 overall, 8-8 in Western Athletic Conference play. San Jose State improved to 11-16, 8-8 in league action. Following a conventional three-point play by Whitney Frazier with 33 seconds to play that closed the gap to 59-58, the Lady Techsters forced a turnover and pushed the basketball in transition. Junior guard Jelena Vucinic, who recorded her first collegiate double double with 17 points and 13 rebounds, was fouled and went to the free throw line with 12.1 seconds to play. However, Vucinic missed both free throws and Cunnigan pulled down the rebound and was fouled. Cunnigan hit one of two free throws with 7.6 seconds to play to push the lead to 60-58. After a timeout by Tech, the Lady Techsters inbounded the basketball to Vucinic who was guarded closely before finding Frazier in the far corner. Frazier, who hit the game-winning three two games ago against Idaho, let fly of the shot as the buzzer sounded, but it came up just short as the Spartans pulled out the win. Neither team shot the basketball well in

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the win For the game, Tech hit only 19-of-61 field goals, including only 2-of-17 from the threepoint line. The Lady Techsters also hit only 16-of30 free throws while committing 22 turnovers of their own. NMSU hit 22-of-55 from the field, including 7-of-26 from the three-point line. Gilbreath led NMSU with 18 points while Kelsie Rozendaal added 16 points.

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the game, as the Lady Techsters hit just 22-of77 for 29 percent, including only 1-of-16 from the three-point line. San Jose State hit 31 percent (19-61) of its field goals but did hit 17-of-28 from the free throw line in the win. Tech, which played without its leading scorer and rebounder in Kelia Shelton who was suspended for violating team rules, rode the hot hand of Vucinic early in the second half. Trailing 26-24 coming out of the locker room, Vucinic scored the first eight points and 10 of the first 12 in the second half as Tech took a 36-32 advantage with 16:01 to play. The game went back and forth in the second half as there were nine ties and 12 lead changes in the game as San Jose State took a 56-55 lead with 3:18 to play and never gave it up. Frazier led Tech with 19 points and eight rebounds while Vucinic added 17 points and 13 boards.

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Whitney Frazier’s layup with 12:44 to play in the opening half capped a 6-0 LA Tech run and closed the deficit down to 10-8. However, the Lady Techsters would hit only three free throws the rest of the opening stanza as the Aggies took a 26-11 lead into the halftime locker room. Tech was only 4-of-30 from the field in the first half. Utah State (15-11, 12-3 WAC) pushed the advantage out to 17 points early in the second half before the Lady Techsters behind the play of Brittany Lewis and Whitney Frazier started to mount its comeback. A three-pointer by Lewis with 11:18 to play in the game closed the gap to 38-33. However, the Aggies used a 9-2 run over the next three minutes to build a 12-point lead at 47-35. LA Tech had one last charge left in it as the Techsters pulled to within six points on two separate occasions as a Brittney Jefferson jumper in the lane with 4:28 to play cut the deficit to 56-50. Schlott converted a three-point play on the Aggies next possession as Utah State closed the game on a 14-6 run to sweep the season series for the first time and record its first ever win over LA Tech in Logan. Lewis led Tech with 24 points and 10 rebounds while Frazier added 11 points and a career-high tying 15 boards. Lewis and Frazier combined to hit 14-of-29 field goals while the rest of the team hit only 7-of-39 from the field. For the game, Tech shot 31 percent (21-68) from the field and only 1-of-12 from the threepoint line while Utah State shot 45 percent (2556), including 63 percent (15-24) in the second half.

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a career-high 10 rebounds in the win. UTSA held an early 5-4 lead before a Jefferson three-pointer ignited a 12-4 run as the Lady Techsters built a 16-9 advantage. Tech would push the lead out to 25-15 with 7:55 to play in the half and eventually extended it to 3819 with just over two minutes to play. Tech led 40-25 at the half. Tech hit 54 percent (14-26) of its field goals in the first half while holding UTSA to only 27 percent (9-33). After the Roadrunners scored on their first possession of the second half to cut the lead to 13, Tech proceeded to score on four straight possessions and took a 52-31 lead with just over 15 minutes to play on a pair of free throws. The Lady Techsters eventually pushed the advantage out to 62-32 midway through the second half. UTSA refused to go quietly as the Roadrunners continued to foul down the stretch, sending the Lady Techsters to the free throw line. Tech hit 17-of-26 from the foul line in the second half and 26-of-36 for the game. Kamra King led UTSA with 17 points while Miki Turner added 11. With the victory, Tech improved to 23-6 alltime in WAC Tournament games. - 15 in the first half - and kept the Pioneers off balance all night. Tech came out of the locker room and started the second half like it played the entire opening 20 minutes as it scored the first eight points and pushed its advantage out to 46-21 on a Frazier jumper with 17:17 to play in the game. Denver would get no closer than 17 points the rest of the way. Brittany Lewis and Lulu Perry each added 12 points for the Lady Techsters in the win. Morgan Van Riper-Rose led the Pioneers with 10 points.

LA Tech 85, UTSA 58 March 13, 2013 Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada For the second time in two meetings, Louisiana Tech dismantled the Western Athletic Conference’s top defensive team as the Lady Techsters shot 58 percent from the field in an 85-58 win over UTSA late Wednesday night at the Orleans Arena. With the win, Tech (14-16) advances to face the top-seeded Seattle Redhawks on Friday at 4:30 p.m. CT in the second semifinal match-up. Idaho and Utah State meet in the first semifinal game. UTSA (16-14) entered the game ranked No. 1 in the WAC in scoring defense and field goal percentage defense, but the Lady Techsters hit 28-of-48 field goals, including 64 percent (1422) in the second half as it quickly pushed its 15-point halftime lead out to as many as 30. The 85 points were the most surrendered by the Roadrunners, surpassing the 79 points that LA Tech scored in a 79-73 win at San Antonio on Feb. 7. Janay Borum led four LA Tech players in double figures with 15 points, while Brittany Lewis added 14 points, Whitney Frazier 12 points and Brittney Jefferson a career-high 10 points. Courtney Hayes added seven points and

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Seattle 80, LA Tech 61 March 15, 2013 Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada Seattle built a 24-point halftime lead en route to its 80-61 victory over Louisiana Tech Friday in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament at the Orleans Arena. With the loss, Louisiana Tech’s season comes to an end as the Lady Techsters finished the year 14-17 overall. Seattle advances to the championship game to face Idaho, who was an 84-82 winner of Utah State earlier in the day. “It’s a tough one for (us),” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “Our kids had a rough start to the game. We dug ourselves a big hole early. We didn’t put the ball in the basketball and we didn’t defend. The second half we put more pressure on them, and we scored more. If we could have put two halves of that together, we would have had a better opportunity. Seattle came out of the gates firing on all cylinders as the Redhawks built an early lead behind the play of guard Sylvia Shephard, who scored the first eight points of the game. Kacie Sowell’s jumper with 14:14 to play gave SU a 12-0 advantage as the Lady Techsters didn’t score until Lulu Perry’s jumper with 13:25 to play in the half. Tech sophomore forward Whitney Frazier, who has been the Lady Techsters most consistent offensive player over the past month, picked up two fouls in the opening four minutes of action and sat the remainder of the half. “Not having Whitney Frazier on the floor really hurt us,” said Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon. “If you don’t have Whitney in, we are in trouble. She has been our everything. Her energy and leadership is so important to us. When she went out, it was a big loss for us. Seattle really took advantage of it.” The Redhawks maintained their double

digit lead for the rest of the first half. Ashley Ward joined Shephard and Sowell in the offensive assault as back-to-back three-pointers by Ward pushed the advantage out to 34-12 with 2:41 to play in the first half. Seattle led 38-14 at the break. Tech hit only 17 percent (5-29) of its field goals in the opening half while Seattle connected on 52 percent (15-29), including 4-of-7 from three-point land. After the Lady Techsters scored the first five points of the second half on a layup by Frazier and a conventional three-point play by Perry to cut the deficit to 38-19, Seattle answered. Tech came out of the locker room with full-court pressure but the Redhawks were able to solve it and push the advantage out to 55-25 on a jumper by Brenda Adhiambo with 13:01 to play in the game. However, the Lady Techsters continued to press and continued to fight as Tech forced 27 turnovers by Seattle in the game, including 18 in the final 20 minutes of play. “I’m always proud of these kids,” Weatherspoon said. “Sometimes it is not easy being in my presence. It’s not easy. I’m demanding. They work hard. They work very hard. The pressure we put on in the second half is how we have to play all the time. I’m proud of the fight they put on in the second half.” Behind Perry, who scored 17 of her gamehigh 23 in the second half, and Frazier, who scored all 12 of her points in the final half, the Lady Techsters eventually whittled the deficit down to 66-49 with under four minutes to play. Perry had a three-point shot in transition that could have cut the lead down to 14 but was unable to connect as Seattle U pushed the lead back to 22 with two minutes to play. After scoring only 14 points in the first half, the Lady Techsters shot 50 percent (16-32) from the field and 13-of-14 from the free throw line to score 47 points after the break. For the game, Tech hit 34 percent (21-61) from the field, only 2-of-12 from the three-point line and 17-of-18 from the free throw line. Seattle shot 55 percent (27-49) from the field, 7-of12 from the three-point line and 19-of-25 from the free throw line. The Redhawks outrebounded Tech 40-26.

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CONFERENCE USA Conference USA officially received a new look on July 1, 2013, while maintaining the same commitment to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities.

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Eight institutions, including the return of charter member Charlotte along with FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Old Dominion and UTSA, will join with East Carolina, Marshall, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB and UTEP. From its beginning in 1995, Conference USA’s dedication to excellence has been the league’s guiding principle and remains a common thread today and for a promising future. Throughout the changes during the C-USA history, the conference has held onto its strong foundation that reflects the league’s national presence. These 16 schools have compiled numerous athletic and academic achievements. Additionally, the C-USA footprint will grow by nearly 20 percent, while providing the geography that allows for a divisional scheduling model that will be beneficial to the student-athletes, fan-friendly and cost effective. Conference USA sponsors competition in 20 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 11 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom, in addition to sport specific All-Academic teams. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of significant community service efforts, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport.

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Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation. Football 72 teams have earned bowl bids Member of the Bowl Championship Series Bowl tie-ins with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Heart of Dallas Bowl, Military Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl Men’s Basketball Consistently rated as one of the top basketball leagues in the country 108 postseason teams (50 NCAA, 42 NIT, 8 CBI, 8 CIT) One National Championship title game appearance Three Final Four teams Seven Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams One NIT Champion and four NIT semifinalists Inaugural CBI Champion CIT Champion Women’s Basketball 48 NCAA Tournament appearances 43 WNIT appearances One team in the NCAA Sweet 16 Two WNIT semifinalists One WBI Champion Baseball 58 NCAA appearances Six College World Series appearances (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2001) 14 Super Regional appearances Has produced at least four NCAA teams in nine of the last 12 seasons In addition, 37 volleyball teams, 67 men’s and women’s soccer teams and 39 softball teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids. CUSA has sent three men’s soccer teams to the NCAA College Cup, three softball teams to the Women’s College World Series and three volleyball teams to the Sweet 16. The league has also had nine national champions in NCAA track and field competition, one national champion in diving and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis and track and field. Overall, Conference USA teams and individuals have made more than 700 NCAA appearances.

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C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance among student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that studentathletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA’s 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 18 years, 176 student-athletes earned national Capital One Academic All-America honors, while 618 were named All-District. In addition, more than 26,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom.

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C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN.  The multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnering with all three networks has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports. As one the largest FBS conferences in 2013, C-USA membership will include institutions in 12 of the Top 65 television markets, eight in the Top 40 and four in the Top 25 media markets according to Nielson. C-USA home markets next year will include more than 14.5 million TV households, a 43 percent increase from a year ago.

The C-USA Digital Network officially launched in August of 2011.  Network programming includes live streaming of non-televised events, video on demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regular-season and championship event highlights and conferenceproduced feature stories.  In its first year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted and available on the C-USA Digital Network, and that number just keeps growing.  Monthly and yearly subscriptions offer fans access to events offered on all of the C-USA member institution’s athletic websites as well as C-USA network programming. 

The conference’s current footprint is concentrated with 16 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. With a commitment to community involvement, the conference developed several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations. Individually, student-athletes are recognized each season through the Spirit of Service award.

GOVERNANCE

A PROUD HISTORY

The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and, after nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. Marshall, Rice, SMU, Tulsa, UCF and UTEP became fulltime members of Conference USA in 2005.

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Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner April 24, 1995 in Chicago. The league’s charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996.

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Conference USA has significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The Presidents of the member institutions serve as the league’s Board of Directors.

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1987-88 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 9 0 1.00 UNO 8 1 .889 ULL 5 4 .555 Lamar 4 5 .444 ASU 3 6 .333 UTPA 0 9 .000

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Overall W L Pct. 32 2 .941 25 7 .781 18 11 .621 14 14 .500 17 14 .548 0 27 .000

1988 Tournament (at Ruston, La) First Round: UL-Lafayette 95, UTPA 47; Lamar 67, Arkansas State 65; Semifinals: New Orleans 77, UL-Lafayette 67; Tech 93, Lamar 67; Championship: Tech 86, New Orleans 64 1987-88 All-Conference Teresa WeatherspoonPOY Tech Nora Lewis Tech Carvie Upshaw UNO Cassie Brooks Lamar Kim Perrot ULL

1988-89 Team Tech UNO Lamar ASU ULL UTPA

Conference W L Pct. 10 0 1.00 7 3 .700 6 4 .600 5 5 .500 2 8 .200 0 10 .000

Overall W L Pct. 32 4 .889 15 13 .536 18 12 .643 15 12 .556 10 17 .370 0 27 .000

1989-90 Team Tech Lamar UNO ASU ULL UTPA

Conference W L Pct. 10 0 1.00 7 3 .700 5 5 .500 4 6 .400 4 6 .400 0 10 .000

Overall W L Pct. 32 1 .970 19 10 .655 10 18 .357 12 14 .462 11 17 .393 3 24 .111

1989 Tournament (at Ruston, La) Semifinals: Louisiana Tech 108, Arkansas State 29; Lamar 59, New Orleans 58; Championship: Louisiana Tech 109, Lamar 56

1990 Tournament (at Ruston, La) Semifinals: Lamar 80, New Orleans 75; Louisiana Tech 124, UL-Lafayette 51; Championship: Louisiana Tech 79, Lamar 58

1988-89 All-Conference Tech Nora Lewis POY Venus Lacy Tech Cassie Brooks Lamar Carvie Upshaw UNO Aronji Johnson UNO

1989-90 All-Conference Venus LacyPOY Tech Sheila Ethridge Tech Uirannah Jackson Lamar Missy Lynn UNO Kim Perrot ULL

1992-93 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 13 1 .929 WKU 13 1 .929 ASU 10 4 .714 UNO 7 7 .500 Lamar 4 10 .286 USA 4 10 .286 UTPA 3 11 .214 USL 2 12 .143

1993-94 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 14 0 1.000 WKU 11 3 .786 ASU 10 4 .714 UNO 8 6 .571 Lamar 5 9 .357 USL 4 10 .286 USA 3 11 .214 UTPA 1 13 .071

1990-91 Team Lamar Tech ASU UNO UCF UTPA ULL

Conference W L Pct. 12 0 1.00 9 3 .750 7 5 .583 6 6 .500 4 8 .333 2 10 .167 2 10 .167

Overall W L Pct. 29 4 .879 18 12 .600 19 9 .678 14 14 .500 10 15 .400 7 20 .259 3 24 .111

1991 Tournament (at Ruston, La) Semifinals: Louisiana Tech 83, Arkansas State 79; Lamar 87, New Orleans 74; Championship: Louisiana Tech 77, Lamar 76 1990-91 All-Conference Brenda HatchettPOY Lamar Barbara Hickey Lamar Tari Phillips UCF Sonja Tate ASU Sheila Ethridge Tech

Sun Belt (1991-2001) 1991-92 Team Lamar WKU Tech ASU UNO USA UCF UTPA USL

Conference W L Pct. 13 3 .813 13 3 .813 12 4 .750 12 4 .750 12 4 .750 5 11 .313 5 11 .313 2 14 .125 0 16 .000

Overall W L Pct. 21 4 .750 24 7 .788 20 10 .667 25 7 .781 25 7 .781 8 20 .286 10 18 .357 10 18 .357 0 27 .000

1992 Tournament (at Bowling Green, Ky.) First Round: Lamar 104, UTPA 64; Arkansas St. 74, New Orleans 55; Tech 73, South Alabama 41; Western Kentucky 89, Central Fla. 45; Semifinals: Arkansas State 76, Lamar 63; Western Kentucky 72, Tech 66 (OT); Championship: Western Kentucky 65, Arkansas St. 62 1992 All-Tournament Player Nicole Wilkett Sonja Tate Shantel Hardison Kim PehlkeMVP R. Westmoreland

Cl. Pos. Team Sr. F ASU Jr. G ASU Sr. G Tech Sr. G WKU Jr. G WKU

1991-92 All-Conference Shantel HardisonPOY Sr. G Tech Nicole Wilkett Sr. F ASU Kim Pehlke Sr. G ASU Sonja Tate Jr. G ASU Barbara Hickey Sr. G Lamar Brenda Hatchett Sr. G Lamar Uirannah Jackson Sr. C Lamar Ernie Middleton Sr. G UNO Chanta Powell Sr. F USA Paulette Monroe Jr. C WKU

Overall W L Pct. 26 6 .813 24 7 .774 24 7 .774 18 10 .643 10 16 .385 9 18 .333 6 21 .222 4 22 .154

Overall W L Pct. 31 4 .886 24 10 .706 22 9 .710 16 12 .571 8 19 .296 6 21 .222 5 22 .185 4 23 .148

1994-95 Conference Team W L 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 USL 2 12 .143 UTPA 2 12 .143

Overall W L Pct. 28 5 .848 28 4 .875 16 12 .571 20 10 .667 11 16 .407 6 21 .222 4 23 .148 3 24 .111

1993 Tournament (at Ruston, La.) First Round: New Orleans 66, So. Alabama 58; Western Kentucky 96, USL 37; Arkansas State 70, UTPA 53; Semifinals: Tech 67, New Orleans 60; Western Kentucky 61, Arkansas St. 70; Championship: Western Kentucky 81, Tech 73

1994 Tournament (at Bowling Green) First Round: New Orleans 72, Lamar 66; Tech 80, UTPA 34; Arkansas State 78, USL 35; Western Kentucky 84, So. Alabama 46; Semifinals: Tech 50, New Orleans 42; Western Kentucky 61, Arkansas State 52; Championship: Tech 68, Western Kentucky 43

1995 Tournament (at Ruston, La.) First Round: Lamar 85, South Alabama 76; Western Kentucky 88, USL 41; Arkansas State 88, New Orleans 82; Tech 95, UTPA 34; Semifinals: Western Kentucky 76, Lamar 70; Tech 72, Arkansas State 51; Championship: Western Kentucky 71, Tech 68

1993 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Team Paulette MonroeMVP Sr. C WKU Kristie Jordan Sr. G WKU R. Westmoreland Sr. G WKU Debra Williams Fr. G Tech Vickie Johnson Fr. F Tech

1994 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Team Debra WilliamsMVP So. G Tech Pam Thomas Sr. G Tech Tara Cosby Jr. F WKU Denise Hill Sr. F WKU Dawn Warner So. G WKU

1995 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Team Racquel SpurlockMVP Jr. C Tech Debra Williams Jr. G Tech Tara Cosby Sr. C WKU Veronica Cook Sr. G WKU Kendra Neal Jr. G Tech Vickie Johnson Jr. G Tech

1992-93 All-Conference Sr. G/F ASU Sonja TatePOY Shyla Tucker Jr. G ASU R. Westmoreland Sr. G WKU Travesa Gant Jr. F/C Lamar Paulette Monroe Sr. C WKU C. Lumpkins Jr. F UNO Vickie Johnson Fr. F Tech Kenya Robinson Sr. F UNO D. Whitehurst Sr. F Tech Ramona Jones Sr. G Lamar

1993-94 All-Conference Shyla Tucker Sr. G ASU C. Lumpkins Sr. F UNO Vickie Johnson So. F Tech Dawn Beachler Sr. F UTPA Pam ThomasPOY Sr. G Tech Travesa Gant Jr. F/C Lamar Racquel Spurlock So. C Tech Gwen Doyle Jr. F WKU Dina Jones Jr. F USA Debra Williams So. G Tech Veronica Cook Jr. F WKU Evevetta Crawford Jr. F/C ASU

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1994-95 All-Conference Lisa McMahon Fr. G LU Vickie JohnsonPOY Jr. G Tech Debra Williams Jr. G Tech Kayone Hankins Sr. F UNO Gwen Doyle Sr. F WKU Evevetta Crawford Sr. F ASU Emma Clements Fr. F/C Lamar Dina Jones Sr. F USA Veronica Cook Sr. F WKU Tara Cosby Sr. C WKU

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1995-96 Conference Team W L 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 USL 0 14 .000

Overall W L Pct. 31 2 .939 19 13 .594 17 10 .630 14 15 .483 12 15 .483 9 19 .321 10 17 .370 2 25 .074

1996-97 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 12 2 .857 WKU 12 2 .857 ASU 10 4 .714 UNO 10 4 .714 USA 5 9 .357 UTPA 3 11 .214 Lamar 2 12 .143 USL 2 12 .143

Overall W L Pct. 31 4 .886 22 9 .710 20 8 .714 17 12 .586 11 16 .407 5 22 .185 5 22 .185 3 24 .111

1995-96 All-Conference Vickie JohnsonPOY Sr. Lara Webb So. D. Featherston Sr. Dawn Warner Sr. Phyllis Kelly Sr. Tamara Carter So. LaTanya Jones Jr. Kendra Neal Sr. Racquel Spurlock Sr. Debra Williams Sr.

1996-97 All-Conference Jr. C Tech Alisa BurrasPOY Tamara Carter Jr. F USA Julie Hagood Fr. G ASU Tamicha Jackson Fr. G Tech Leslie Johnson Jr. F WKU Monica Maxwell So. F Tech Danielle McCully Jr. C WKU Amy Towne Jr. G ASU Laurie Townsend Jr. G WKU Amanda Wilson* So. F Tech

1999-00 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 16 0 1.000 WKU 13 3 .813 FIU 10 6 .625 Denver 10 6 .625 ASU 8 8 .500 UNO 7 9 .438 ULL 5 11 .313 USA 2 14 .167 UALR 1 15 .063

G Tech G Lamar G ASU G WKU F USA F USA F ASU G Tech C Tech G Tech

Overall W L Pct. 31 3 .912 22 10 .688 16 13 .552 16 11 .593 18 11 .621 11 17 .393 12 16 .428 8 21 .276 5 23 .179

2000 Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.) Play In Game: South Alabama 73, Arkansas-Little Rock 58; First Round: Florida International 64, New Orleans 60; Louisiana Tech 95, South Alabama 51; Western Kentucky 88, UL-Lafayette 80; Arkansas State 76, Denver 69; Semifinals: Louisiana Tech 91, Arkansas State 81; Western Kentucky 77, Florida International 67; Championship: Louisiana Tech 97, Western Kentucky 94

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2000 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Team Betty LennoxMVP Sr. G Tech Tamicha Jackson Sr. G Tech Julie Haygood Sr. G ASU ShaRae Mansfield Jr. C WKU Jaime Walz Sr. G WKU Natalie Powers So. G WKU 1999-00 All-Conference Betty LennoxPOY Sr. G Tech Tamicha Jackson Sr. G Tech ShaRae Mansfield Jr. C WKU Jaime Walz Sr. G WKU Tanisha Johnson Sr. F ASU Jamie Britt Sr. G WKU Julie Haygood Sr. G ASU G. Slavtcheva Jr. F FIU Jen Ludwicki Jr. F UNO M. Pavlickova Jr. C Denver

1998 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Amanda WilsonMVP Jr. F Tamicha Jackson So. G Leslie Johnson Sr. C Danielle McCulley Sr. F Julie Hagood So. G 1997-98 All-Conference Jenny Anderson Jr. G Alisa Burras Sr. C Julie Hagood So. G Tamicha Jackson So. G Leslie Johnson Sr. C Danielle McCulley Sr. F Monica Maxwell Jr. F LaQuan Stallworth Jr. G Amy Towne Sr. G Amanda WilsonPOY Jr. F

Team Tech Tech WKU WKU ASU UNO Tech ASU Tech WKU WKU Tech Tech ASU Tech

2000-01 East Division Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Tech 16 0 1.000 31 5 .861 FIU 11 5 .688 20 10 .667 MT 9 7 .563 17 13 .567 ASU 8 8 .500 14 14 .500 WKU 8 8 .500 19 14 .576 UALR 0 16 .000 6 22 .214 West Division Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Denver 14 2 .875 24 7 .774 UNT 10 6 .625 19 11 .633 UNO 7 9 .438 15 14 .517 NMSU 6 10 .375 10 18 .357 USA 5 11 .313 13 16 .448 ULL 2 14 .125 8 20 .286 2001 Tournament (Mobile, Ala.) Play In Game: So. Ala. 59, Ark. St. 54; WKU 96, N.M. St. 57; MTSU 78, UL Lafayette 59, UNO 72, UALR 62; First Round: Denver 51, So. Ala. 41; Tech 86, WKU 63; North Texas 72, MTSU 54; FIU 98, UNO 76; Semi-Finals: Denver 78, FIU 67; Tech 74, North Texas 57; Championship: Tech 67, Denver 55

1999 All-Tournament Player Dalma Ivanyi Betty Lennox Shea Lunsford Zuzana Michalcova Amanda WilsonMVP

Cl. Pos. Team Sr. G FIU Jr. G Tech Sr. F WKU Sr. F FIU Sr. F Tech

1998-99 All-Conference Jenny Anderson Sr. G/F UNO Julie Haygood Jr. G ASU Dalma Ivanyi Sr. G FIU Tamicha Jackson Jr. G Tech Tanisha Johnson Jr. F ASU Shea Lunsford, Sr. F WKU ShaRae Mansfield So. F/C WKU Zuzana Michalcova Sr. F/C FIU Amanda WilsonPOY Sr. F Tech Katashia Witcher Sr. G WKU

2001 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Team G. Slavtcheva Jr. F FIU Jalie Mitchell Sr. G UNT Nikki Weddle Jr. G Denver M. Pavlickova Sr. C Denver Brooke Lassiter Jr. G Tech Ayana WalkerMVP Jr. G Tech 2000-01 All-Conference Keeshia Evans Sr. G ASU Brooke Lassiter Jr. G Tech Takeisha Lewis Jr. C Tech S. Mansfield Sr. F WKU Jalie Mitchell Jr. G UNT M. PavlickovaPOY Sr. F Denver Natalie Powers Jr. G WKU G. Slavtcheva Jr. F FIU Jamie Thomatis Jr. F MT Ayana Walker Jr. F Tech

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1997 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Team Tamicha JacksonMVP Fr. G Tech Alisa Burras Jr. C Tech Monica Maxwell So. F Tech Danielle McCuly Jr. F WKU Leslie Johnson Jr. C WKU

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1996 All-Tournament Player Cl. Pos. Team Racquel SprulockMVP Sr. C Tech Kendra Neal Sr. G Tech Debra Williams Sr. G Tech Lara Webb So. G Lamar Tarshia Bronner Jr. F WKU

1998 Tournament (at Ruston, La.) First Round: Arkansas State 78, South Alabama 59; Western Kentucky 113, Lamar 47; Tech 91, UTPA 56; New Orleans 66, USL 63; Semifinals: Western Kentucky 103, Arkansas State 88; Tech 91, New Orleans 54; Championship: Tech 69, Western Kentucky 68

1998-99 Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L 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 ULL 0 12 .000 1 26 .037 1999 Tournament (Jonesboro, Ark.) First Round: Western Kentucky 91, South Alabama 70; Florida International 73, UL-Lafayette, 42; Arkansas State 87, New Orleans 85 (OT); Semifinals: Florida International 76, Western Kentucky 65; Louisiana Tech 114, Arkansas State 67; Championship: Louisiana Tech 84, FIU 60

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1997 Tournament (at Bowling Green, Ky.) First Round: New Orleans 85, UTPA 60; Tech 100, Lamar 42; Western Kentucky 103, USL 36; Arkansas State 70, South Alabama 51; Semifinals: Tech 87, New Orleans 59; Western Kentucky 76, Arkansas St. 61; Championship: Tech 80, Western Kentucky 68

Overall W L Pct. 31 4 .886 26 9 .743 20 10 .667 12 16 .429 9 18 .333 7 20 .259 5 22 .185 1 26 .037

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1996 Tournament (at Jonesboro, Ark.) First Round: Lamar 70, South Alabama 65; Tech 89, USL 37; Western Kentucky 95, UTPA 50; New Orleans 72, Arkansas State 54; Semifinals: Tech 86, Lamar 46; Western Kentucky 89, New Orleans 63; Championship: Tech 71, Western Kentucky 53

1997-98 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 13 1 .929 WKU 12 2 .857 ASU 11 3 .786 UNO 7 7 .500 USL 7 7 .500 USA 4 10 .286 Lamar 2 12 .143 UTPA 0 14 .000

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2001-02 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 17 1 .944 Rice 14 4 .778 Hawaii 14 4 .778 SJSU 12 6 .667 Tulsa 11 7 .611 Nevada 6 12 .333 SMU 6 12 .333 BSU 5 13 .278 FSU 4 14 .222 UTEP 1 17 .056

Overall W L Pct. 25 5 .833 21 8 .724 23 7 .767 17 11 .607 17 13 .567 9 19 .321 12 18 .400 10 20 .333 9 20 .303 3 25 .107

2002 Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) First Round: SMU 73, UTEP 66; Boise State 66, Fresno State 54 (OT); Quarterfinals: Hawaii 45, Nevada 41; Rice 80, SMU 53; Louisiana Tech 70, Boise State 53; Tulsa 66, San Jose State 63; Semifinals: Hawaii 59, Rice 36; Louisiana Tech 57, Tulsa 42; Finals: Louisiana Tech 53, Hawaii 50 2001-02 All-Conference First Team Cheryl FordPOY C Tech Ayana Walker F Tech Kate Smith C Nevada Cricket Williams G SJSU Leela Farr F Tulsa Second Team Lindsay Logan Janka Gabrielova Amber Obaze Kimya Murray Carla Morrow

G G G G G/F

FSU Hawaii Tech UTEP Tulsa

All-Defensive Team Amber Obaze Essence Perry Ayana Walker Laura Ingham Cricket Williams

G G F G G

Tech Tech Tech Nevada SJSU

All-Newcomer Team Aritta Lane Erica Smith Elisa Inman Kimya Murray Alyssa Shriver

F G F G C

FSU Tech Rice UTEP Tulsa

2002 All-Tournament Team Ayana WalkerMVP Tech Cheryl Ford Tech Kim Willoughby Hawaii Janka Gabrielova Hawaii Christen Roper Hawai

2002-03 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 18 0 1.00 Rice 12 6 .667 FSU 11 7 .222 Hawaii 9 9 .500 Tulsa 9 9 .611 SJSU 9 9 .500 SMU 8 10 .444 BSU 6 12 .333 UTEP 5 13 .278 Nevada 3 15 .167

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Overall W L Pct. 31 3 .912 15 13 .523 21 13 .618 16 14 .533 14 16 .466 13 15 .464 16 15 .516 10 20 .333 10 19 .345 10 19 .345

2003-04 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 17 1 .944 Rice 16 2 .889 Tulsa 11 7 .611 UTEP 10 8 .556 SMU 9 9 .500 SJSU 7 11 .389 FSU 7 11 .389 Hawaii 6 12 .333 BSU 5 13 .278 Nevada 2 16 .111

Overall W L Pct. 29 3 .906 22 10 .686 19 12 .613 16 13 .552 13 15 .464 16 13 .552 12 16 .429 8 20 .286 9 20 .310 3 26 .103

2003 Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) First Round: SMU 60, Nevada 49; Boise State 75, UTEP 58; Quarterfinals: SMU 58, Rice 55; Fresno State 63, San Jose 57; Louisiana Tech 80, Boise State 55; Hawaii 62, Boise State 58; Semifinals: Fresno State 81, SMU 67; Louisiana Tech 85, Hawaii 58; Finals: Louisiana Tech 89, Fresno State 57

2004 Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) First Round: Boise State 59, Hawaii 56; San Jose State 68; Nevada 60; Quarterfinals: Tech 100, Boise State 56; UTEP 80, SMU 73 (OT); Rice 67, San Jose State 54; Tulsa79, Fresno State 55; Semifinals Tech 74, UTEP 47; Rice 55 Tulsa 42; Championship: Tech 76, Rice 52

2002-03 All-Conference First Team C Cheryl FordPOY Trina Frierson F Allison Curtin G Johnetta Hayes C Cricket Williams G

2003-04 All-Conference First Team Jade Abele F Hawaii Amisha CarterPOY F Tech Trina Frierson F Tech Lauren Neaves F Rice Jillian Robbins F Tech

Second Team Laura Ingham Omelogo Udeze Dragana Zoric Amber Obaze Erica Smith All-Defensive Team Amber Obaze Erica Smith Laura Ingham Kim Lawson Tiffany Simon All-Newcomer Team Allison Curtin Sarah Davis Kia Dowell Jamie Hawkins V. Zagurskyte

G F F G G G G G G F G G G F G

Tech Tech Tulsa Rice SJSU Nevada FSU UTEP Tech Tech

Second Team Lindsey Maynard Amber Obaze E. Smith-Taylor Cricket Williams Vaida Zagurskyte

Tech Tech Nevada Rice Fresno

2003-04 All-Defensive Team Amisha Carter F Amber Obaze G Lauren Neaves F Jillian Robbins F E. Smith-Taylor G

Tulsa SMU UTEP Boise UTEP

2003 All-Tournament Team Cheryl FordMVP Tech Ayana Walker Tech Trina Frierson Tech Lindsay Logan FSU Omelogo Udeze FSU

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Rice Tech Tech SJSU UTEP Tech Tech Rice Tulsa Tech

2003-04 All-Freshman Team Michelle Hessing C BSU Lauren Neaves F Rice Charnette Phelps F UTEP Jillian Robbins F Tulsa Janevia Taylor G Hawaii 2004 All-Tournament Team Amisha CarterMVP Trina Frierson Erica Smith-Taylor Lauren Neaves Jillian Robbins

Tech Tech Tech Rice Tulsa

2004-05 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 14 4 .778 Rice 14 4 .778 Tulsa 11 7 .611 FSU 10 8 .556 SMU 10 8 .556 SJSU 10 8 .556 Hawaii 7 11 .389 UTEP 7 11 .389 BSU 4 14 .222 Nevada 3 15 .200

Overall W L Pct. 20 10 .667 24 9 .727 19 11 .633 20 11 .645 19 11 .633 18 12 .600 11 15 .423 12 17 .414 10 19 .345 8 22 .267

2005 Tournament (Reno, Nevada) First Round: Boise State 55, UTEP 50; Nevada 65, Hawaii 61; Quarterfinals: Tech 81, Boise State 68; Fresno State 71, SMU 53; San Jose State 63, Tulsa 60; Rice 64, Nevada 54; Semifinals Tech 92, Fresno State 87 2OT; Rice 76, San Jose State 68; Championship: Rice 86, Tech 66 Player of the Year: Tasha Williams, Tech Coach of the Year: Cristy McKinney, Rice Newcomer of the Year: Janielle Dodds, SMU 2004-05 All-Conference First Team Lam. Augustine F SJSU Tasha WilliamsPOY G Tech Janielle Dodds F SMU Amy Parrish F Fresno Jillian Robbins F Tulsa Second Team Lakiste Barkus Amber Jackson Lauren Neaves Amy Sanders Michelle Woods

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Tech SJSU Rice Hawaii Rice

All-Defensive Team Tasha Williams Lakiste Barkus Krystal Frazier Lauren Neaves Jillian Robbins

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Tech Tech Rice Rice Tulsa

All-Freshman Team Janielle Dodds Tasha Harris Amber Jackson Meghan McGuire Shalana Taylor

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SMU Boise SJSU Nevada UTEP

2005 All-Tournament Team Mirenda Swearingen FSU Tasha Williams Tech Erica Taylor Tech Krystal Frazier Rice Rice Lauren NeavesMVP

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2005-06 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 15 1 .938 FSU 14 2 .875 Hawaii 9 7 .563 SJSU 8 8 .50 Nevada 8 8 .50 BSU 6 10 .375 Idaho 5 11 .313 NMSU 5 11 .313 USU 2 14 .125

Overall W L Pct. 26 5 .839 24 8 .750 18 10 .643 13 15 .464 13 17 .433 15 15 .500 10 19 .345 10 20 .333 3 24 .111

Second Team Emily Faurholt Leilani Mitchell Shan Moore Ty Moore Aarica Ray-Boyd

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All-Defensive Team Lamisha Augustine Brittany Grice Leilani Mitchell Jasmine Plummer Tasha Williams All-Freshman Team Dellena Criner Brandi Fitzgerald Eboni Mangum Danyelle Sneigro Jessica Thompson

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SJSU Hawaii Idaho FSU Tech

G Nevada G Nevada G Tech G USU G BSU

All-Tournament Team Leilani Mitchell Idaho Deliena Criner Nevada Shan Moore Tech Jenean Ford NMSU Tasha WilliamsMVP Tech

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2008 Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) First Round: San Jose State 70, Idaho 63; Quarterfinals: Louisiana Tech 82, Nevada 56; Fresno State 87, San Jose State 67; New Mexico State 55, Hawaii 40; Boise State 61, Utah State 47; Semifinals: Fresno State 85, Louisiana Tech 58; New Mexico State 72, Boise State 66; Championship: Fresno State 72, New Mexico State 56

2009 Tournament (Reno, Nevada): First Round: Hawaii 70, SJSU 57; Quarterfinals: Utah State 59, Idaho 58 (OT), Fresno State 65, Hawaii 50; Nevada 73, Boise State 65; LA Tech 81, New Mexico State 68; Semifinals: Fresno State 57, Utah State 54; Nevada 91, LA Tech 88 (OT); Championship: Fresno State 56, Nevada 49

Player of the Year: Shan Moore, Tech Coach of the Year: Gordy Presnell, Boise State Newcomer of the Year: Katie Madison, Idaho 2006-07 All-Conference First Team Dellena Criner G Nevada Shan MoorePOY G Tech Ty Moore F Tech Chantella Perera G FSU Tanya Smith F Hawaii Jessica Thompson G BSU Second Team Traci Graham Michelle Hessing Katie Madison Sherell Neal Tierre Wilson

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Nevada BSU Idaho NMSU FSU

All-Defensive Team Amber Metoyer Dellena Criner Brittany Grice Ty Moore Sherell Neal

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All-Freshman Team Shanavia Dowdell F Tech Marianne Lombardi F Nevada Katie Madison F Idaho Charlotte Otero G Idaho Brittany Powell F SJSU All-Tournament Team BSU Jessica ThompsonMVP Dellena Criner Nevada Sherell Neal NMSU Tasha Harris BSU Cecilia Russell-Nava NMSU

Player of the Year: Tierre Wilson, Fresno State Defensive Player of the Year: D ellena Criner, Nevada Coach of the Year: Adrian Wiggins, Fresno State Newcomer of the Year: Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State 2007-08 All-Conferencce First Team Dellena Criner G Nevada Tasha Harris G Boise State Sherell Neal F NMSU JoKeirra Sneed F Tech FSU Tierre WilsonPOY G Second Team Anikia Jawara F Katie Madison F Jaleesa Ross G Tanya Smith C Jessica Thompson G

NMSU Idaho FSU Hawaii BSU

All-Defensive Team Dellena Criner G Nevada Cherlanda Franklin F Nevada Tasha Harris G Boise State Sherell Neal F NMSU Tanya Smith F Hawaii All-Freshman Team Hayley Munro G/F Yinka Olorunnife F Jaleesa Ross G Madison Spence G Tarkeisha Wysinger G

FSU Idaho FSU NMSU Tech

All-Tournament Team Tasha Harris BSU Anikia Jawara NMSU Emma Andrews FSU Tierre Wilson FSU FSU Jaleesa RossMVP

Player of the Year: Shanavia Dowdell, LA Tech Defensive Player of the Year: Dellena Criner, Nevada Newcomer of the Year: Derisa Telani, Idaho Coach of the Year: Jon Newlee, Idaho 2008-09 All-Conference (First Team) Dellena Criner PG Nevada Shanavia Dowdell F Tech Adrienne Johnson F Tech Jaleesa Ross G FSU Danyelle Snelgro G Utah State Second Team Hayley Munro G/F Yinka Olorunnife PG Ana Pares G Madison Spence G Derisa Taleni G

FSU Idaho Utah State NMSU Idaho

All-Defensive Team Dellena Criner PG Jenna Galassi F Adrienne Johnson F Yinka Olorunnife PG Danyelle Snelgro G

Nevada Boise State Tech Idaho Utah State

All-Freshman Team Shaena-Lyn Kuehu G Heather Pilcher G Kaitlyn Soto G Courtney Van Brocklin G Tabytha Wampler F

Idaho BSU NMSU BSU NMSU

All-Tournament Team Dellena Criner PG Shanavia Dowdell F Joh-Teena Filipe F Shavon Moore F Jaleesa RossMVP G

Nevada Tech FSU Nevada FSU

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2007 Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) First Round: San Jose State 72, Idaho 66; Quarterfinals: Fresno State 72, Hawaii 47; Boise State 81, San Jose State 64; NMSU 63, Louisiana Tech 57; Nevada 61, Utah State 60; Semifinals: Boise State 68, Fresno State 59; NMSU 73, Nevada 62; Championship: Boise State 49, NMSU 46

Overall W L Pct. 21 13 .618 24 9 .727 18 14 .563 13 15 .464 16 15 .516 16 15 .516 9 22 .290 8 23 .258 2 28 .067

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2005-06 All-Conference First Team Lamisha Augustine F Amber Jackson F Amy Parrish F Mirenda SwearenginPOY G Tasha Williams G

2008-09 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 12 4 .750 FSU 12 4 .750 Nevada 10 6 .625 Idaho 10 6 .625 BSU 9 7 .563 USU 9 7 .563 NMSU 5 11 .313 Hawaii 4 12 .250 SJSU 1 15 .063

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Player of the Year: Mirenda Swearengin, FSU Coach of the Year: Chris Long, Tech Newcomer of the Year: Brandi Fitzgerald, Nevada

2007-08 Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. BSU 14 2 .875 24 8 .750 FSU 14 2 .875 22 11 .667 NMSU 11 5 .688 23 9 .719 Nevada 9 7 .563 18 12 .600 Tech 9 7 .563 16 15 .516 Hawaii 6 10 .375 12 18 .400 USU 5 11 .313 9 20 .310 Idaho 3 13 .188 4 25 .138 SJSU 1 15 .063 3 28 .097

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2006 Tournament (Reno, Nevada) First Round: Idaho 70, USU 59; Quarterfinals: BSU 72, Hawaii 63; NMSU 74, FSU 66; Nevada 76, SJSU 61; Tech 80, Idaho 57; Semifinals: N MSU 60, BSU 59; Tech 69, Nevada 60; Championship: Tech 63, NMSU 39

2006-07 Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Tech 12 4 .750 17 13 .576 BSU 12 4 .750 24 9 .727 Nevada 10 6 .625 17 14 .548 FSU 9 7 .563 18 13 .581 Hawaii 9 7 .563 15 14 .517 USU 7 9 .438 11 18 .379 NMSU 6 10 .375 13 18 .419 SJSU 4 12 .250 5 27 .156 Idaho 3 13 .188 6 22 .214

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2009-10 Conference Team W L Pct. FSU 16 0 1.00 Tech 11 5 .688 Nevada 10 6 .625 BSU 8 8 .500 NMSU 8 8 .500 Idaho 8 8 .500 USU 5 11 .312 Hawaii 4 12 .250 SJSU 2 14 .125

Overall W L Pct. 27 6 .818 23 9 .719 17 16 .515 19 12 .613 18 14 .562 11 20 .355 13 17 .433 10 20 .333 6 23 .207

2010-11 Conference Team W L Pct. Tech 15 1 .938 FSU 14 2 .875 USU 10 6 .614 Nevada 9 7 .563 Idaho 7 9 .437 NMSU 7 9 .437 Hawaii 5 11 .312 BSU 3 13 .188 SJSU 2 14 .125

Overall W L Pct. 24 8 .750 25 8 .758 18 15 .545 22 11 .667 15 16 .484 14 18 .438 11 19 .367 12 19 .387 2 27 .061

2010 Tournament (Reno, Nevada): Quarterfinals: Fresno State 83, Hawaii 55; Idaho 75, NMSU 63; Nevada 64, Boise State 59; LA Tech 82, Utah State 65; Semifinals: Fresno State 80, Idaho 66; LA Tech 80, Nevada 77; Championship: LA Tech 68, Fresno State 66

2011 Tournament (Las Vegas, Nevada): First Round: Idaho 70, Boise State 59; NMSU 71, Hawaii 59; Quarterfinals: Nevada 75, Idaho 61; Utath State 72, NMSU 67; Semifinals: Louisiana Tech 66, Nevada 59; Fresno State 86, Utah State 76; Championship: Fresno State 78, Louisiana Tech 76

Player of the Year: Shanavia Dowdell, LA Tech Defensive Player of the Year: Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Newcomer of the Year: Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Coach of the Year: Adrian Wiggins, Fresno State

Player of the Year: Adrienne Johnson, LA Tech Defensive Player of the Year: Shavon Moore, Nevada Newcomer of the Year: Ashlee Brown, Utah State Coach of the Year: Raegan Pebley, Utah State

2009-10 All-Conference (First Team) Shanavia Dowdell F Tech Adrienne Johnson F Tech Tasha Harris G Boise State Tahnee Robinson G Nevada Jaleesa Ross G FSU

2010-11 All-Conference (First Team) Ashlee Brown F Utah State Adrienne JohnsonMVP F LA Tech Shavon Moore F Nevada Tahnee Robinson G Nevada Jaleesa Ross G FSU

Second Team Crystal Boyd G NMSU Rachele Kloke G Idaho Shavon Moore F Nevada Hayley Munro G/F FSU Amber White G Utah State

Second Team Jasmine Bendolph G LA Tech Rosie Moult F Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife F Idaho Madison Spence G NMSU T. Wysinger-Mackey G LA Tech

All-Defensive Team Alice Coddington G Utah State Shanavia Dowdell F Tech Adrienne Johnson F Tech Shavon Moore F Nevada Jaleesa Ross G FSU

All-Defensive Team Alice Coddington G Utah State Adrienne Johnson F LA Tech Shavon Moore F Nevada Yinka Olorunnife F Idaho T. Wysinger-Mackey G LA Tech

All-Freshman Team Bann Diop F Lauren Lenhardt F Julia Marshall G Rosie Moult G Camila Rosen G

USU Boise St. Boise St. FSU NMSU

All-Freshman Team Kamilah Jackson F Hawaii Shawna-Lei Kuehu G Hawaii Diana Lee G Boise State Jasmine Rutledge F NMSU Taylor Thompson G Fresno State

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All-Tournament Team Adrienne Johnson F LA Tech Rosie Moult F Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife F Idaho Tahnee Robinson G Nevada FSU Jaleesa RossMVP G

All-Tournament Team Shanavia DowdellMVP F

Adrienne Johnson F Haley Munro F Yinka Olorunnife F Jaleesa Ross G

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2011-12 Conference Team W L Pct. FSU 13 1 .929 USU 11 3 .786 Tech 8 6 .571 Idaho 6 8 .429 Hawaii 6 8 .429 SJSU 6 8 .429 Nevada 3 11 .214 NMSU 3 11 .214

Overall W L Pct. 28 6 .824 21 10 .677 17 15 .531 12 20 .375 11 19 .367 11 19 .367 7 23 .233 6 24 .200

2012 Tournament (Las Vegas, Nevada): First Round: LA Tech 63, Hawaii 54; Utah State 75, Nevada 66; Fresno State 66, NMSU 58; Idaho 67, SJSU 63; Semifinals: LA Tech 73, Utah State 69; Fresno State 80, Idaho 55; Championship: Fresno State 89, LA Tech 61 Player of the Year: Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Defensive Player of the Year: Ashlee Brown, Utah State Newcomer of the Year: Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Coach of the Year: Tim LaKose, SJSU

2012-13 Conference Team W L Pct. Seattle 13 3 .833 Utah St 14 4 .778 Idaho 11 7 .611 UTSA 10 8 .556 LA Tech 9 9 .500 Denver 8 10 .444 SJSU 8 10 .444 NMSU 7 11 .389 Texas St. 4 14 .222 UTA 4 14 .222

Overall W L Pct. 20 11 .645 18 14 .563 17 16 .515 16 14 .533 14 17 .452 14 17 .452 11 19 .367 15 16 .484 10 20 .333 7 23 .233

2013 Tournament (Las Vegas, Nevada): First Rd: Denver 73, Texas State 63; NMSU 76, UTA 63; Quarterfinals: Idaho 57, SJSU 55; USU 78, Denver 65; Seattle 77, NMSU 53; LA Tech 85, UTSA 58; Semifinals: Idaho 84, USU 82; Seattle 80, LA Tech 61; Finals: Idaho 67, Seattle 64. POY: Kacie Sowell, Seattle Defensive POY: Sylvia Shephard, SU Newcomer of the Year: Stefanie Gilbreath, NMSU COY: Joan Bonvicini, Seattle

2011-12 All-Conference (First Team) Ashlee Brown F Utah State Alyssa Charlston G Idaho Devyn Christensen G Utah State Brittany Johnson F San Jose St Ki-Ki Moore MVP G Fresno State

2012-13 All-Conference (First Team) Alyssa Charlston F Idaho Devyn Christensen G Utah State Ta’Rea Cunnigan G SJSU Diamond Ford G Texas State Kacie Sowell F Seattle

Second Team Jasmine Bendolph G LA Tech Shantale Bramble-D F LA Tech Kamilah Jackson F Hawaii Rosie Moult F Fresno State Taylor Thompson G Fresno State

Second Team Whitney Frazier G LA Tech Stefanie Gilbreath G NMSU Jennifer Schlott G Utah St Sylvia Shephard G Seattle EmikoSmith G Denver

All-Defensive Team Breanna Arbuckle F Hawaii Ashlee Brown F Utah State Whitney Frazier F LA Tech Rosie Moult G Fresno State Taylor Thompson G Fresno State

Third Team Stacey Barr Riana Byrd Jenna Johnson Kamra King Brittany Lewis

All-Freshman Team Alissa Campanero G Hawaii Ta’Rea Cunnigan G San Jose St. Whitney Frazier F LA Tech Krissy Karr G Idaho Madison Parrish G Fresno State

All-Defensive Team Daidra Brown G Seattle Riana Byrd F SJSU Jenna Johnson F Utah State Maiya Michel F Denver Sylvia Shephard G Seattle

All-Tournament Team Jasmine Bendolph G LA Tech Ashlee Brown F Utah State Alyssa Charlston G Idaho Rosie Moult G Fresno State Ki-Ki Moore MVP G Fresno State

All-Freshman Team Riana Byrd F SJSU Kailey Edwards G Denver Erin Peoples F Texas State Lulu perry G LA Tech Christina Salvatore G Idaho

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All-Tournament Team Devyn Christensen G Utah State Sylvia Shephard G Seattle Kacie Sowell F Seattle Alyssa Charlston F Idaho Stacey Barr MVP G Idaho

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Techster History

Louisiana Tech embarked on its new adventure Jan. 7, 1975, when the 12-member Lady Techster squad under the direction of Coach Sonja Hogg lost to Southeastern Louisiana 59-55 at Memorial Gym in Ruston. The Lady Techsters would rebound and post the school’s first ever victory Jan. 24, when Tech downed Louisiana State University 97-83 in Memorial Gym.

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Tech eventually finished the regular season 11-7 before splitting four games at the Louisiana AIAW State Tournament. Tech’s season ended with a two-point defeat to McNeese State at the tournament, but the foundation had been set for years to come. Statistical Leaders: Belinda Jones, 22.5 ppg; LaVerne Henderson, 15.6 rpg (still school record) Honors: Mickie DeMoss — All-Louisiana

1975-76

Tech’s second year of women’s basketball proved to be even better than the first as the Lady Techsters posted a 19-10 record. Tech’s 14-member roster was comprised of all Louisiana athletes with freshman Kay Ford and sophomore Mary Robertson coming from farthest away — Alexandria, La., located less than 100 miles from Ruston. Hogg’s team opened the season with two convincing wins over Ouachita Baptist and Nicholls State before dropping a 74-63 decision to Panola Junior College. On three separate occasions during the season, Tech posted four-game winning streaks. Once again the Lady Techsters earned a bid to the Louisiana AIAW State Tournament where they won two games before being ousted by LSU.

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Record: 148-45 (.766) Head Coach: Sonja Hogg (1974-1980). Conference Titles: no conference affiliation. NCAA Tournament Appearances: 2 (1978-79/AIAW; 1979-80/AIAW). Kodak All-American Selections: 1 (Pam Kelly, 1979-80). Wade Trophy Winners: 0. Final Fours: 2 (1978-79/AIAW; 1979-80/AIAW). National Championship Titles: 0

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1974-1980

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When Louisiana Tech President F. Jay Taylor appointed physical education instructor Sonja Hogg as the first head coach in the history of the Lady Techsters women’s basketball program in 1973, very few people ever dreamed it was the birth of one of the premier programs in the country - but history proves this to be a fact. “There was no way to expect the outpouring of devotion when it all started back in 1974,” Hogg said. “Of course, we couldn’t really envision the scope and magnitude of what might be accomplished by this program, either.” Hogg and Taylor were staples in the program’s early success, and the addition of a young Leon Barmore as an assistant in 1977 and eventually the head coach in 1982 only strengthened an already dominating Lady Techsters program. After 20 years as head coach of Tech, Barmore retired Aug. 22, 2002, as the winningest coach percentage wise in the history of collegiate basketball -- men’s or women’s -- with an incredible mark of 576-87 (.869). One day after Barmore’s announcement, Louisiana Tech Athletic Director Jim Oakes named Kurt Budke as the third head coach in the illustrious history of Lady Techster basketball. Budke responded by leading the Lady Techsters to a 31-3 record and the Sweet 16 of the 2003 NCAA Tournament in his first year. Following the season, Budke departed Tech and President Dan Reneau and Athletic Director Jim Oakes along with the Tech Athletic Council decided to promote six-year assistant coach Chris Long as the fourth head coach in the program’s history. Long’s first season was a success as he was named the WAC Coach of the Year after leading Tech to a 26-5 mark and the program’s 25th straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Former Kodak All-American, Wade Trophy winner and WNBA AllStar Teresa Weatherspoon was promoted from associate head coach to the fifth head coach in the program’s history in April of 2009 after she guided the Lady Techsters to a 9-2 mark over the final 11 games of the 2008-09 season and a share of the WAC regular season title. In 2010-11 she led the Lady Techsters back to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in two years as Tech captured the WAC regular season title with a 15-1 record. The Lady Techsters 66-59 win over Nevada in the WAC Tournament semifinals also marked the 1000th win in program history as Tech joined Tennessee as the only two programs to reach the milestone. Heading into its 40th season, Louisiana Tech is still considered one of the top women’s basketball programs in the history of the game, and rightly so. The numbers tell the story. No one can argue the incredible success this mid-major school has seen on the women’s basketball front over the years. The stories are numerous and the memories are various - however, the results have always been the same ... a winning tradition.

Statistical Leaders: Kay Ford, 18.5 ppg; Belinda Jones, 13.4 rpg Honors: Ford, Mandy Warren, DeMoss — All-Louisiana

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points). After coasting through the state and regional tournaments, the Lady Techsters won their first national post-season contest defeating Kansas 100-61. Two more victories over Northwestern and Tennessee moved Tech into the National Championship game against Old Dominion where the Lady Techsters lost 75-65. Tech ended the season ranked No. 2 in the country. The Lady Techsters also posted milestone victory No. 100 defeating Southern 105-83 in the LAIAW Tournament. Statistical Leaders: Pam Kelly, 19.0 ppg; Elinor Griffin, 11.1 rpg; Mary Nell Kendrick, 7.2 apg Honors: Angela Turner — Louisiana MVP; Kelly, Griffin — AllLouisiana

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1979-80

Expectations were high entering the season as Tech returned the nucleus of its national title game team and Lady Techster fans would not be disappointed. Once again the Lady Techsters cruised through the regular season before advancing through the state and regional AIAW Tournaments. Tech defeated Kansas and Long Beach State to earn its second Final Four appearance before falling to Old Dominion and South Carolina to finish fourth in the country. The 40-5 mark still stands as the national and school record for the most victories in a season. Once again Pam Kelly dominated inside, scoring 932 points during the season, a mark that still stands in the Tech record books. Kelly earned the program’s first Kodak All-American honor for her efforts.

1976-77

The Lady Techsters posted the first of 23 20-plus winning seasons by registering a 22-9 mark and earning the school’s first ever trip to the AIAW Regional Tournament. Once again an all-Louisiana roster rolled along as the Techsters posted a 15-7 regular season mark before entering the state AIAW Tournament for the third consecutive year. However, this time Tech’s balanced attack - featuring four players averaging double figures -was simply too much for opponents as the Lady Techsters captured the state title by winning four consecutive games. In the regional tournament, Tech opened with a convincing victory over Oklahoma State before falling to Baylor in a tight contest. Two more Lady Techster wins, over Texas-Arlington and Northwestern State, advanced them to the title game where they fell 94-85 to Texas.

Statistical Leaders: Pam Kelly, 20.7 ppg; Kelly, 10.9 rpg; Jennifer White, 8.1 apg Honors: Kelly — Kodak All-American, All-Louisiana; Angela Turner — All-Louisiana

1980-1990

Record: 312-25 (.926)

Statistical Leaders: Elinor Griffin, 16.0 ppg; Griffin, 13.3 rpg Honors: Kay Ford, Belinda Jones, Griffin — All-Louisiana

1977-78

Although the Lady Techsters posted another 20-win season and earned its second trip to the AIAW Regional Tournament, the big news was the hiring of a 33-year-old assistant named Leon Barmore. Barmore, who lettered for the Tech men’s program for three years, came to Tech after coaching in the high school ranks for 11 seasons at Bastrop and Ruston High Schools. Barmore’s vast coaching knowledged combined with Hogg’s recruiting prowess formed one of the most talented coaching staffs in the country. On the playing court, Tech posted a 20-8 record on the road to earning the school’s first ever national ranking. After making its third straight appearance in the AIAW Regional Tournament and splitting four games, the Lady Techsters ended the season ranked 20th in the country. Statistical Leaders: Elinor Griffin, 19.4 ppg; Griffin, 12.6 ppg Honors: Griffin, Belinda Jones — All-Louisiana

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The 1978-79 season saw Louisiana Tech turn the corner and develop into one of the top teams in the country. The Lady Techsters shattered the school record for victories with a 34-4 record and earned their first trip to the AIAW National Tournament. Led by freshman post player Pam Kelly, Tech recorded a regular season mark of 24-3 (the three losses were by a combined four

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This was a special season. After coming so close to winning a national championship the previous two years, Louisiana Tech had its eyes set on one goal entering the season - claiming the national title. However, no one envisioned the dominating performance the Lady Techsters would put on throughout the year, destroying the competition on its way to a perfect 34-0 record and the school’s first AIAW National Championship title. After defeating Southern California 66-50 in the semifinal game of the Final Four in Eugene, Oregon, Tech faced Tennessee. The contest was nationally televised on NBC-TV as the nation watched Tech down

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Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. So. So.

Hampton, Va. Columbia, La. Lucedale, Miss Hammond, La. Ruston, La. Bell City, La. Dallas, Texas Shreveport, La. Jackson, Miss. Raymore, Mo. Saline, La. Tioga, La. Loretto, Tenn.

1980-81 (34-0) National Champions A H H H A H N N H H H N H H A A A A H H H A A A

Coach: Sonja Hogg Louisiana Col W 102-70 McNeese State W 101-48 Wayland Baptist W 89-40 South Carolina W 97-70 UL-Monroe W 90-50 Tennessee W 77-53 Kansas W 75-72 Rutgers W 67-60 Mississippi Col W 89-53 SLU W 110-57 Louisiana Col. W 100-60 Oral Roberts W 94-67 Stephen F. Austin W 81-57 Old Dominion W 81-47 San Francisco W 69-58 Cal St-Long Bch W 78-73 UCLA W 99-61 UNLV W 97-73 UL-Monroe W 95-53 NW (La) State W 115-67 SLU W 101-56 Stephen F. Austin W 79-61 Mississippi Col. W 92-45 Old Dominion W 75-59

LAIAW STATE TOURNAMENT N New Orleans W 121-59 N NW (La.) State W 90-36 N Southern W 86-59 AIAW REGION 4 TOURNAMENT N Oklahoma W 88-68 N Southern W 75-58 A Stephen F. Austin W 98-67 AIAW NATIONAL TOURNAMENT H Jackson State W 97-50 H UCLA W 87-54 N Southern Calif. W 66-50 N Tennessee W 79-59 Starters: C-Pam Kelly 20.3, 9.1 F-Janice Lawerence 14.9, 8.3 G-Angela Turner 13.6, 5.4 F-Lori Scott 10.1, 7.4 G-Jennifer White 6.1, 4.1apg Top Subs: Debra Rodman 9.1, 7.9 Kim Mulkey 7.4, 5.8apg

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1980-81

1980-1981 Roster

Lyn Anastasio Pam Kelly Janice Lawrence Kim Mulkey Ann Pendegrass Debbie Primeaux Debra Rodman Rita Rust Lori Scott Tia Sossamon Angela Turner Julie Wilkerson Jennifer White

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Head Coach: Sonja Hogg (1980-1985), Leon Barmore (1982-1990) Conference Titles: 3 American South titles (1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 10 (1980-81/AIAW; 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90). Final Fours: 8 (1980-81/AIAW; 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90). National Championship Titles: 3 (1980-81/AIAW; 1981-82, 1987-88). Kodak All-American Selections: 9 Pam Kelly, 80-81, 81-82; Angela Turner, 1981-82; Janice Lawrence, 1983-84; Pam Gant, 1984-85; Teresa Weatherspoon, 1986-87, 1987-88; Nora Lewis, 1988-89; Venus Lacy, 1989-90 Wade Trophy Winners: 3 Pam Kelly, 1981-82; Janice Lawrence, 1983-84; Teresa Weatherspoon, 1987-88

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the Lady Vols 79-59 in what would eventually become the top rivalry in women’s basketball. The win marked the 27th time in 34 games that the Lady Techsters had won by 20 or more points. “We knew with the schedule we were playing that it would be exciting for our fans and that we would certainly find out how good we were,” said Leon Barmore. However, perhaps only Street & Smith’s had the foresight to know as the preseason publication had picked Tech to win it all in October. It wouldn’t be Tech’s last. Statistical Leaders: Pam Kelly, 17.5 ppg; Kelly, 9.5 rpg; Kim Mulkey, 5.8 apg Honors: Kelly — Kodak All-American; Angela Turner — Final Four MVP

1981-82

As dominating as the previous years Tech team was, the 1981-82 squad might have been the best ever. Although they did falter once during the season, the Lady Techsters marched through the playoffs and captured the first national championship game in NCAA history. In addition to its second straight national title, Tech set a women’s collegiate basketball record with 54 consecutive victories (the streak was snapped in a 61-58 loss at Old Dominion in the middle of the season), was ranked No. 1 for every week of the season for the second straight year, another record, and once again closed out the season on national television. Tech’s record-setting starting lineup was comprised of Pam Kelly, Lori Scott, Angela Turner, Kim Mulkey and Janice Lawrence. The Lady Techsters 76-62 win over Cheyney State in the championship game

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Sandra Felton Pam Gant Pam Kelly Janice Lawrence Kim Mulkey Ann Pendergrass Debbie Primeaux Debra Rodman Rita Rust Lori Scott Tia Sossamon Angela Turner Julie Wilkerson Jennifer White

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Cordele, Ga. Joliet, Ill Columbia, La. Lucedale, Miss Hammond, La. Ruston, La. Bell City, La. Dallas, Texas Shreveport, La. Jackson, Miss. Raymore, Mo. Saline, La. Tioga, La. Loretto, Tenn.

1981-82 (35-1) National Champions Coach: Sonja Hogg

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Illinois State W 71-56 Stephen F. Austin W 97-59 Kansas W 70-39 Mississippi Col. W 100-55 New Orleans W 106-59 McNeese State W 80-38 Valdosta State W 97-54 Tulane W 103-50 Illinois State W 67-42 Rutgers W 83-73 Old Dominion W 68-51 UL-Monroe W 102-47 South Carolina W 71-58 Tennessee W 72-64 Montclair State W 95-48 Stephen F. Austin W 69-59 Cal St-Long Bch W 74-46 Oral Roberts W 94-53 Clemson W 68-63 Georgia W 83-60 Old Dominion L 61-58 Maryland W 73-56 UL-Monroe W 93-40 Baylor W 104-61

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S F Austin Alcorn State McNeese State UCLA Oklahoma Oral Roberts Mississippi Col

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NCAA TOURNAMENT Tennessee Tech W 114-53 Arizona State W 92-54 Kentucky W 82-60 Tennessee W 69-46 Cheyney State W 76-62

Starters: C-Pam Kelly 20.3, 9.1 F-Janice Lawerence 14.7, 7.0 G-Angela Turner 10.4, 4.9 F-Lori Scott 10.1, 7.4 G-Kim Mulkey 5.6, 5.6apg Top Subs: Debra Rodman 9.1, 7.9 Jennifer White 3.8, 4.1apg

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was once again nationally televised. During the course of the season, Tech won the 200th game in the program’s history with a 94-53 victory over Oral Roberts in Ruston. Statistical Leaders: Pam Kelly, 20.3 ppg; Kelly, 9.1 rpg; Kim Mulkey, 5.6 apg. Honors: Kelly — Kodak AllAmerican, Wade Trophy; Angela Turner — Kodak AllAmerican; Janice Lawrence — Final Four MVP

The one-two combination of Janice Lawrence and Kim Mulkey returned for their senior seasons with hopes of reclaiming the national title. And after starting the season with 18 straight wins, including a 75-66 win over Southern California at the TAC, it looked like little could stop Barmore and Hogg’s team. Only two close losses against Memphis State and Old Dominion blemished Tech’s regular season mark and the Lady Techsters cruised through the first three rounds of the NCAA Tournament to advance to a sixth straight Final Four. However, for the second season in a row, Tech was knocked off by Southern California in the Final Four as the Lady Techsters ended the year 30-3. Statistical Leaders: Janice Lawrence, 21.3 ppg; Debra Rodman, 9.4 rpg; Kim Mulkey, 7.3 apg Honors: Lawrence — Kodak All-American, Wade Trophy, Louisiana MVP; Mulkey — Naismith Small POY, All-

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1985-86

A new era began in 1985-86 as Leon Barmore took over the sole reigns of the Lady Techsters after Sonja Hogg’s retirement. Barmore led a relatively young team - featuring only one senior - to a 25-4 regular season mark, including impressive road victories over Tennessee, Alabama and Oklahoma State. Tech was 13-1 on the season before freshman Nora Lewis, who was averaging 13.3 points and 7.1 rebounds, suffered a season-ending knee injury. The Lady Techsters entered the NCAA Tournament and promptly defeated Washington and Long Beach State before exiting with a 80-64 loss to Southern California in the third round. Tech ended the season with an impressive 27-5 mark, and Barmore claimed milestone victory No. 100 in a win over UCLA Jan. 4, 1986, in Ruston. Statistical Leaders: Tori Harrison, 16.3 ppg; Harrison, 7.7 rpg; Teresa Weatherspoon, 7.9 apg Honors: Harrison — All-Louisiana

1986-87

Entering the season, no one had higher expectations than Head Coach Leon Barmore. With the nucleus of the previous year’s team returning, everyone in Ruston, La., had their sights set on a return to the Final Four. Tech would not disappoint as the Lady Techsters posted a 26-2 regular season record including victories over Tennessee, Georgia and Old Dominion. The Lady Techsters entered the

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1983-84

Statistical Leaders: Pam Gant, 23.6 ppg; Tori Harrison, 9.2 rpg; Teresa Weatherspoon, 7.2 apg; Honors: Gant — Kodak All-American, AllLouisiana

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Statistical Leaders: Janice Lawrence, 20.7 ppg; Debra Rodman, 10.7 rpg; Kim Mulkey, 7.0 apg Honors: Lawrence — Kodak All-American, State MVP; Lori Scott — All-Louisiana; Kim Mulkey — All-Louisiana

Although a number of impressive streaks ended, this was another exciting season of Lady Techster basketball. Tech opened the year with 18 straight wins, including a memorable 79-77 overtime victory over I-20 and Top 25 rival UL-Monroe in front of a Thomas Assembly Center record crowd of 8,975. Tech stumbled at the midway point, dropping three of five games, including a loss in the rematch against ULM. However, the Lady Techsters - in Hogg’s last season as coach - won seven straight games to end the regular season and gain momentum entering the NCAA Tournament. After two lopsided wins in the first two rounds, Tech and ULM faced off for a third time, with the Lady Indians prevailing 85-76. The loss prevented two streaks from continuing as Tech’s 29-4 mark ended a string of six straight years with 30 or more wins and it also prevented the Lady Techsters from earning a seventh straight Final Four. Tech did capture the 300th win in the program’s history with a 78-59 victory over Oral Roberts.

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The 1982-83 season brought with it much change for the Lady Techsters. Gone were three-time Kodak AllAmerican Pam Kelly and one-time All-American Angela Turner. Also, Leon Barmore was promoted to co-Head Coach before the start of the season. Probably the biggest change for the program was a new home as the 8,000seat Thomas Assembly Center opened, replacing old Memorial Gym. However, one thing did remain the same as the Lady Techsters kept rolling along, earning a fifth straight Final Four and a third straight title game appearance. The only thing that stood in the way of another perfect season was Southern California who defeated the Lady Techsters twice, in the home opener at the TAC (64-58) and in the national title game (69-67). Tech finished the season 31-2.

1984-85

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1982-83

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NCAA Tournament and promptly defeated Northwestern, Southern Illinois and Iowa to earn a trip to the Final Four. Tech narrowly defeated Texas in the semifinal game and earned a spot in the showdown with Tennessee for the national title. However, the Lady Techsters struggled from the field and lost 67-44. Tech ended the season 30-3. Statistical Leaders: Tori Harrison, 16.8 ppg; Nora Lewis, 7.8 prg; Teresa Weatherspoon, 8.2 apg; Honors: Harrison — State MVP; Weatherspoon — Kodak All-American, AllLouisiana

1987-88

Just call them the Cardiac Kids. After losing so convincingly in the national championship game the season before, Louisiana Tech felt it had plenty to prove entering the season - its first as a member of the newly-formed American South Conference. After Tech shot out of the gates winning the first 20 games of the season, including only one by less than 10 points, they dropped two consecutive last second contests against Tennessee and Penn State. The losses would be the last of the season. After easily claiming the ASC regular season and tournament titles, the Lady Techsters entered the NCAA Tournament and downed Kansas and Mississippi, setting up a third-round game against Texas in Austin. In what is still remembered as a classic, Tech downed the Lady Longhorns 83-80 in overtime to advance to yet another Final Four. The Lady Techsters got revenge over the earlier loss to Tennessee by downing the Lady Vols 68-59, setting up the national title game against Auburn. Just when it looked like Tech would drop a second straight title game - trailing by 14 at halftime - the Lady Techsters unloaded in the second half and won its third national championship 56-54 in Tacoma, Wash. “We were on the floor, flat on our backs,” Barmore said. “You find out a lot about yourself when you’re down. I’m proud that when we were down we had the kids on the floor who could get up and come back.” Tech ended the season 32-2. Statistical Leaders: Erica Westbrooks, 14.6 ppg; Nora Lewis, 9.8 rpg; Teresa Weatherspoon, 6.0 apg Honors: Westbrooks — Final Four MVP; Weatherspoon — Kodak AllAmerican, Wade Trophy

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After graduating three starters off its national championship team, many people thought this season would be a rebuilding one. However, Leon Barmore worked his magic again, posting a 32-4 mark. Tech cruised through the regular season, suffering close losses against Tennessee (twice) and Colorado, while claiming second straight ASC regular season and tournament titles. Tech downed Oklahoma State, LSU and Stanford to advance to another Final Four before Auburn ousted the Lady Techsters 76-71. During the course of the season two more milestones were set as

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missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. However, an exhilarating 77-76 win over Lamar in the finals of the American South Conference Tournament kept the streak alive. The Lady Techsters would exit the NCAA Tournament after a first round loss at California State-Fullerton, the earliest exit ever. Statistical Leaders: Shelia Ethridge, 25.2 ppg (still school record); Danielle Whitehurst, 8.1 rpg; Lisa Payne, 2.9 apg Honors: Ethridge—All-American South

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Statistical Leaders: Venus Lacy, 24.2 ppg; Lacy, 12.7 rpg; Shantel Hardison, 6.8 apg Honor: Shantel Hardison All-ASC; Shelia Ethridge — All-ASC; Lacy — Kodak All-American, ASC MVP, National Player of the Year

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Record: 277-53 (.839) Head Coach: Leon Barmore (1990-2000); Conference Titles: 8 Sun Belt titles (1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-2000). NCAA Tournament Appearances: 10 (every year); Final Fours: 3 (1993-94, 97-98, 98-99). National Championship Titles: 0. Kodak All-American Selections: 5 Vickie Johnson, 1993-94, 94-95; Debra Williams, 94-95; Amanda Wilson, 1998-99; Tamicha Jackson, 19992000 Wade Trophy Winners: 0

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As wonderful as the decade of the ‘80s was for Louisiana Tech, the ‘90s didn’t start as smoothly as the Lady Techsters posted a record of 18-12. The losses were the most in the history of the program, while the 18 wins were the fewest since the inaugural 1974-75 season. After starting the season 3-0, Tech set another school record with three straight defeats at the hands of LSU, UNLV and Notre Dame. After ending the regular season 16-11, Tech was in jeopardy of

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Just when it looked like the Lady Techster dynasty might be slowly folding, Leon Barmore brought in one of the nation’s Top 5 recruiting classes. And although Tech lost three of its first eight games - two against nationally ranked Tennessee and Texas Tech - the Lady Techsters slowly found their chemistry and by the end of the regular season looked poised to make a run at the Final Four. After winning the Sun Belt regular season title, Tech received an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament after dropping the SBC Tournament title game to Western Kentucky. Tech’s resurgence surprised many as the Techsters won the first three games of the tournament before losing a 57-52 heart-breaker to No. 1 ranked Vanderbilt in the Midwest Finals. However, the 26-6 record showed Tech was back among the nation’s elite. During the course of the season, Tech also won the 500th game in the program’s history with a 93-72 win over Alabama in Ruston. Barmore also claimed his 300th coaching victory when the Lady Techsters downed Arkansas State 72-66 Feb. 15, 1993, in Ruston. Statistical Leaders: Vickie Johnson, 13.5 ppg; Danielle Whitehurst, 6.5 rpg; Pam Thomas, 3.5 apg Honors: Whitehurst - State MVP, All-SBC; Johnson - State and SBC Freshman of the Year

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Louisiana Tech ended the decade of the ‘80s with a bang. Tech breezed through the regular season, winning all 27 games and claiming its third straight American South Conference regular season and tournament titles. The Lady Techsters took their No. 1 ranking into the NCAA Tournament and had little trouble defeating Southern Mississippi, Purdue and Texas before falling to Auburn in the national semifinals. In addition to the 32-1 record, Leon Barmore earned national coach of the year honors and was also named the co-Coach of the Decade along with Tennessee’s Pat Summitt. Barmore posted a 24324 mark during the decade.

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Statistical Leaders: Shantel Hardison, 17.8 ppg; Hardison, 8.9 rpg; Hardison, 4.0 apg; Honors: Hardison — SBC MVP, Women’s Basketball All-American, District 6/Kodak

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the program won its 400th game in a 79-51 victory over Holy Cross, while Barmore won his 200th game as Tech defeated Arkansas State 91-46 Feb. 11, 1989, in Ruston.

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1993-94

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. That famous quote could be used to describe this season as Leon Barmore led Tech back to the national title game, but not without some rough moments. The highly-touted Techster team stumbled early in the season, losing a tough game at Iowa before being embarrassed at Alabama (99-77) and Tennessee (94-60). However, Barmore righted the ship as Tech cruised through the Sun Belt undefeated before easily winning the SBC Tournament title as well. Tech then proceeded to flex its muscle, winning five straight games in the NCAA Tournament - including revenge wins against both Alabama and Tennessee - to advance to the national title game against North Carolina. With less than one second remaining and Tech leading 59-57, the fourth national title was well within the Techsters grasp. However, a

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three-point shot by Charlotte Smith at the buzzer robbed Tech of another title. Statistical Leaders: Vickie Johnson, 14.8 ppg; Johnson, 7.0 rpg; Pam Thomas, 4.9 apg; Honors: Vickie Johnson- All-SBC; Pam Thomas- AllSBC; Racquel Spurlock - All-SBC; Debra Willliams - All-SBC

With the loss of only two players from the prior season’s national title game team, Louisiana Tech was set to make yet another run at the national championship. After opening the season with a loss at top-ranked Tennessee, Tech won 12 straight before falling again to the Lady Vols. Tech then marched through the Sun Belt with only one blemish in claiming its third straight regular season title. Another loss in the SBC Tournament finals against the Lady Toppers left the Lady Techsters with an at-large bid to the NCAA’s. After two wins over Furman and Oklahoma in the first two rounds of the tournament, Tech dropped another one-point loss this time against Virginia in the regional semifinals. The Lady Techsters ended the season 28-5. Statistical Leaders: Vickie Johnson, 16.4 ppg; Racquel Spurlock, 8.4 rpg; Kendra Neal, 5.2 apg Honors: Vickie Johnson - Kodak All-American, USBWA All-American, 2nd team AP and Basketball Times All-American, SBC MVP; Debra Williams - All-SBC, honorable mention AP and USBWA All-American; Racquel Spurlcok - honorable mention AP All-American

1995-96

Another No. 1 ranking. Another Sun Belt Conference title. Another 30-win season. Another trip to the NCAA Tournament. It was business as usual for the Lady Techsters. After opening the season with a two-point overtime win over top-ranked Connecticut, Tech reeled off 15 more wins before falling at Tennessee. However, another 15 consecutive wins left the Lady Techsters in a showdown against Georgia in the regional finals. With Tech leading with only eight minutes remaining in the game, a career-ending injury to Maquisha Walker deflated the Techsters as they fell to the Lady Bulldogs. A 31-2 record and two more Kodak All-American selections highlighted the season. The program also reached milestone victory No. 600 with a 98-49 win over Western Kentucky.

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Statistical Leaders: Debra Williams, 17.7 ppg; Racquel Spurlock, 7.5 rpg; Kendra Neal, 5.2 apg Honors: Debra Williams - Kodak All-American, 2nd team AP and Basketball Times All-American, honorable mention UPI All-American, All-SBC; Vickie Johnson - Kodak All-American, SBC MVP; Racquel Spurlock - All-SBC, honorable mention AP and Basketball Times All-American; Kendra Neal - All-SBC, honorable mention AP and Basketball Times All-American; Monica Maxwell - SBC Freshman of the Year

1996-97

Many people thought Louisiana Tech was going to have to rebuild after losing four starters to graduation, but Leon Barmore simply reloaded - and kept winning. Tech started the season strong, winning the inaugural Preseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament, defeating Tennessee 66-64 in the title game. Starting one freshman, three sophomores and a junior college transfer, Louisiana Tech proceeded to post a 31-4 record and win their fifth-straight regular season Sun Belt Conference title. After claiming a second consecutive SBC Tournament title, Tech entered the NCAA Tournament and promptly defeated St. Peter’s and Auburn before falling to Florida in the regional semifinals. Barmore won his 400th career contest with a 71-54 victory over North Carolina State in the Preseason WNIT. Statistical Leaders: Alisa Burras, 18.2 ppg; Burras, 9.5 rpg; LaQuan Stallworth, 3.9 apg Honors: Alisa Burras - SBC and State MVP, honorable mention Kodak and AP All-American; Tamicha Jackson - All-SBC, State Freshman of the Year; Monica Maxwell - All-SBC; Amanda Wilson - All-SBC; LaQuan Stallworth - SBC Defensive Player of the Year

1997-98

Entering the 24th season of Lady Techster basketball, there were few records this storied program hadn’t already set. However, they managed to find one and promptly broke it. After posting another 31-4 season, winning its sixth straight Sun Belt regular season title and its third straight SBC tournament title, Tech advanced to its eighth national championship game in school history. And although the Techsters fell 93-75 to undefeated Tennessee in the title game, Tech’s success led to all five starters being named to the All-Sun Belt Conference team - another first in not only Tech history but also league history. Statistical Leaders: Amanda Wilson, 18.9 ppg; Amanda Wilson, 8.8 rpg; LaQuan Stallworth, 6.4 apg Honors: Amanda Wilson - SBC and State MVP, SBC Defensive Player of the Year, AP honorable mention All-American, 2nd team Basketball Times All-American; Tamicha Jackson - All-SBC; LaQuan Stallworth All-SBC; Alisa Burras - 2nd team AP AllAmerican, USBWA All-American, All-SBC; Monica Maxwell - All-SBC

1998-99

Ranked No. 2 in every preseason publication, a senior laden Lady Techster squad took to the floor for the 25th anniversary season. Compiling a 30-3 record on their way to a 13th Final Four appearance, Tech dominated the SBC once again winning its seventh straight regular season title and fourth straight tournament title. Tech’s only defeats came against No.

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1 ranked Tennessee and the eventual national champion Purdue Boilermakers twice. The Lady Techsters defeated Central Florida, Penn State, LSU and UCLA on their way to another Final Four appearance. A 77-63 loss to Purdue in the national semifinals ended the season. However, the program posted its 700th victory with a 97-57 win over New Orleans during regular season conference play.

Statistical Leaders: Ayana Walker, 16.0 ppg; Takeisha Lewis, 9.0 rpg; Brooke Lassiter, 5.0 apg Honors: Ayana Walker - Kodak All-American finalist, honorable mention AP All-American, All-SBC, SBC Defensive Player of the Year; Takeisha Lewis - All-SBC, East Region all-tournament; Brooke Lassiter - All-SBC; Amber Obaze - SBC Freshman of the Year

Statistical Leaders: Amanda Wilson, 16.6 ppg; Amanda Wilson, 7.9 rpg; LaQuan Stallworth, 4.2 apg Honors: Amanda Wilson - Kodak All-American; SBC and State MVP; Basketball Times All-American; 2nd team AP All-American; 4th team Women’s Basketball Journal All-American; Tamicha Jackson - AllSBC, 3rd team Basketball Times All-American, honorable mention AP and Kodak All-American

Louisiana Tech returned all five starters from its Elite Eight team of the year before as it entered its first year as a member of the Western Athletic Conference. However, after downing No. 17 Michigan in the season opener, the Lady Techsters went on arguably the toughest three-game road stretch in the program’s history, playing Tennessee, Duke and Connecticut (all eventual Final Four teams) in a two-week period. The Techsters ran away with the WAC regular season title -- the program’s 10th straight regular season conference title -- before claiming the WAC Tournament title and the automatic bid to the program’s 21st straight NCAA Tournament. The Lady Techsters finished the season 25-5 after falling to UC-Santa Barbara on a last-second shot in the NCAA Tournament, the 25th time in 28 years Tech had won 20 or more games. Junior center Cheryl Ford was named the WAC Player of the Year while senior forward Ayana Walker and sophomore guard Amber Obaze both made the Kodak All-District team. Senior guard Brooke Lassiter finished her four-year Tech career as the NCAA career leader in free throw percentage at 91.8 percent (269 of 293). Walker and senior center Takeisha Lewis were both selected in the 2002 WNBA Draft.

Record: 239-81 (.746) Head Coach: Leon Barmore (2000-2002), Kurt Budke (2002-2005), Chris Long (2005-2009), Teresa Weatherspoon (2009-10) Conference Titles: 1 Sun Belt title (2001), 7 Western Athletic Conference title (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 7 (2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2009-10); Elite Eights: 1 (2000-01) Final Fours: 0; National Championship Titles: 0

2000-01

Tech returned only one starter from the previous season and lost super sophomore Catrina Frierson with a torn ACL prior to the start of the year. Once again many national publications called for the Techsters demise but Leon Barmore would have none of it. After starting the season by capturing the prestigious preseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament with a win over No. 4 Purdue, the seniorless Lady Techsters never looked back. Tough losses to nationally ranked Tennessee and Connecticut didn’t deter Tech as Barmore and company claimed their ninth straight Sun Belt Conference regular season title and sixth straight tournament title. The Lady Techsters won three games in the NCAA Tournament before falling to Connecticut but finished the season 31-5. With the 31 wins, Barmore became the first coach in NCAA Division I history to record six straight 30-plus win seasons.

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2002-03

The Kurt Budke era began at Louisiana Tech with question marks surrounding the Lady Techster program after the loss of five seniors from the previous team. However, Budke and Co. showed the nation early that Louisiana Tech was once again going to be mentioned among the nation’s elite as the Lady Techsters downed No. 7 Texas Tech 85-76 in the season opener. The ride on Cloud 9 was shortlived as Tech lost two of its next three games and came to a cross roads in its season heading down to Tulane for a match-up against the Green Wave. Tech responded with a resounding 68-53 win, the first of what would be 29 straight. Tech entered Christmas break defeating No. 25 ranked New Mexico at The Pit, the loss would be the only one at home during the regular season for the Lobos, proving what a feat the Lady Techsters had accomplished. The Western Athletic Conference had hopes that the Lady Techsters could be beaten (after the Rice Owls had accomplished the feat at the end of the 2001-02 season). However, led by Cheryl Ford, who would win her second straight Conference Player of the Year Award while destroying both the school and league rebounding records, the Lady Techsters posted a perfect 18-0 mark in WAC play, claiming yet another conference title. After winning the WAC Tournament title and advancing to the program’s 22nd straight NCAA Tournament, Louisiana Tech defeated both Pepperdine and No. 20 Ohio State before falling to No. 3 ranked LSU 69-63 in the Sweet 16. In addition to Ford’s honor, Trina Frierson

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Statistical Leaders: Betty Lennox, 17.3 ppg; Ayana Walker, 7.1 rpg; Betty Lennox, 3.4 apg; Tamicha Jackson, 3.4 apg Honors: Tamicha Jackson - Kodak All- American, 3rd team AP All-American, Women’s Basketball Times All-Defensive Team, AllSBC, SBC Defensive Player of the Year; Betty Lennox - SBC MVP, USBWA All-American, 3rd team AP All-American, 5th team Women’s Basketball Journal All-American

Statistical Leaders: Ayana Walker, 13.5 ppg; Ayana Walker, 8.7 rpg; Essence Perry 4.4 apg Honors: Ayana Walker - Kodak District VII team, 1st team, AllWAC, WAC All-Defensive team, LSWA State Player of the Year, WAC Tournament MVP; Cheryl Ford - WAC Player of the Year, 1st team All-WAC, LSWA All-Louisiana 1st team; Amber Obaze - 2nd team All-WAC, Kodak District VII team, WAC All-Defensive team, LSWA All-Louisiana 2nd team, Academic All-WAC; Brooke Lassiter Academic All-WAC, Verizon Academic All-District VI member, LSWA All-Louisiana 3rd team, NCAA Division I career free throw percentage leader; Erica Smith - WAC Co-Freshman of the Year, WAC AllNewcomer team, LSWA Freshman of the Year; Essence Perry - WAC All-Defensive team

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After losing three players to the professional ranks, Leon Barmore was faced with a team that had only one player with more than one year of Lady Techster experience in point guard Tamicha Jackson. However, like clockwork, Barmore built a machine using the athletic ability of Jackson and Betty Lennox as the Lady Techsters simply ran through, around and away from the competition for most of the year. Tech would extend its SBC title streak to eight straight while also claiming its fifth straight tournament title. After posting three impressive wins in the NCAA Tournament, including a memorable 66-65 win over Vanderbilt in the second round, the Lady Techsters were ousted in the Midwest Regional finals by Penn State. However, Barmore reached another milestone when he claimed coaching victory No. 500 as the Techsters defeated South Alabama 90-33 Jan. 10, 2000, in Ruston. Barmore won 500 games faster than any coach in collegiate history, doing so in only his 576th career game.

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Statistical Leaders: Cheryl Ford, 15.7 ppg; Cheryl Ford, 12.9 rpg; Amber Obaze, 3.5 apg Honors: Cheryl Ford - WAC Player of the Year, 1st team All-WAC, LSWA, All-Louisiana 1st team, LSWA State MVP, WAC Tournament MVP; Trina Frierson - 1st team All-WAC, All-WAC Tournament team, LSWA All-Louisiana first team; Amber Obaze - 2nd team All-WAC, WAC All-Defensive team, LSWA All-Louisiana 2nd team; Erica Smith - 2nd team All-WAC, WAC All-Defensive team

2003-04

Louisiana Tech returned the nucleus of a team that went 31-3 the previous season although the Lady Techsters had to find a replacement for the departure of center Cheryl Ford, who won the 2003 WNBA Rookie of the Year Award. The Lady Techsters started strong winning their first three games, including posting an impressive road victory over Illinois in late November. Following an early December road loss at Tennessee, Tech reeled off five more wins in a row. The pinnacle of the out of conference schedule was a memorable 87-84 win over No. 6 ranked Penn State on the home floor of the Nittney Lions, a PSU team that had already deafeted LSU, Texas and Kansas State. After Penn State hit a three-pointer with 7.5 seconds remaining to tie the game up, Tech’s Amber Obaze hit a 35-footer with 1.2 seconds remaining to lead the Techsters to the win. After falling 87-84 to Rice in the second WAC game of the conference season, the Lady Techsters responded and promptly reeled off 16 straight wins to claim their third straight league title. Tech then won three straight contests in the WAC Tournament by an average margin of 31.6 points to earn the automatic berth in the program’s 23rd straight NCAA Tournament. Two wins in Missoula, Montana, including a memorable 81-77 victory over host Montana before a soldout crowd of over 7,500 screaming Lady Griz fans, sent the Techsters to the East Regional in Norfolk, Va. Tech’s season came to an end with a 63-49 loss to No. 1 ranked Duke as the Lady Techsters finished with a 29-3 mark.

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also earned first team All-WAC honors while guards Amber Obaze and Erica Smith both were named to the All-WAC second team and the league’s all-defensive unit. Budke earned the WAC Coach of the Year Award. Following the season, Ford was the third overall selection in the 2003 WNBA Draft by the Detroit Shock and would earn that league’s 2003 Rookie of the Year Award. During the season, the retired Leon Barmore was announced as a member of the 2003 Class for both the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Senior forward Amisha Carter was named the 2004 WAC Player of the Year, while senior Trina Frierson was first team All-WAC and a finalist for the Naismith Player of the Year award. Guards Amber Obaze and Erica Smith-Taylor both earned second team All-WAC honors as well as WAC All-Defensive Team accolades. Statistical Leaders: Amisha Carter 16.9 ppg; Amisha Carter, 10.8 rpg; Erica Smith-Taylor, 3.7 apg Honors: Amisha Carter - WAC Player of the Year, 1st team All-WAC, LSWA All-Louisiana 1st team, WAC Tournament MVP; Trina Frierson - 1st team All-WAC, All-WAC Tournament team, LSWA All-Louisiana first team; Amber Obaze 2nd team All-WAC, WAC All-Defensive team, LSWA All-Louisiana 3rd team; Erica Smith-Taylor - 2nd team All-WAC, WAC All-Defensive team; 3rd team All-WAC

2004-05

The Lady Techsters entered the season with only one returning starter on the floor for the season opener against Ole Miss after graduating three All-WAC performers from the previous year. Also playing a huge role in Tech’s early season inexperience was the fact Preseason WAC Player of the Year Erica Taylor was sidelined, giving birth to her and husband Jermain’s first child, daughter Nia Jay on Dec. 15. With Taylor not returning to the Tech lineup until late January, junior point guard Tasha Williams was Tech’s lone starter from the previous year. Crain and Co. met a tough out-of-conference schedule, posting wins over Ole Miss, Arkansas State, Western Kentucky and Alcorn State, while falling to Tennessee, Oklahoma, Mississippi State and Illinos. Although Tech had won 10 straight regular season conference titles, many experts believed this would be the year the string was snapped. However, the Techsters made a statement early in conference play, overcoming a 16-point second half deficit to down Rice on New Year’s Day. Behind the play of Williams, who would see her scoring average increase from 4.3 her sophomore season to 18.2 this year, and guards Lakiste Barkus and Shan Moore, the Techsters posted a 14-4 mark in the WAC, tying Rice for the regular season title. The Lady Techsters string of 23 straight NCAA Tournament appearances was on the line in the semifinals of the 2005 WAC Tournament as Tech overcame a 15-point deficit with 7:02 to play before downing Fresno State 92-87 in double overtime. Despite falling in the WAC Tournament Championship game to Rice, Tech received an at-large berth into the Tournament as a No. 11 seed. Tech traveled to Storrs, Conneticut, and faced No. 6 seed and Top 25 Temple in the first round. Despite dominating the Owls for the entire first half, the Lady Techsters eventually fell 66-61. In addition to Williams earning the WAC Player of the Year honor, Barkus was named second team all-WAC while the pair both made the WAC all-defensive team. One week following the conclusion of the season, head coach Kurt Budke departed for the head coaching job at Oklahoma State. On April 8th, 2005, Chris Long was named as the fourth head coach in the program’s history in a press conference in the Hall of Fame Room at the Thomas Assembly Center. Following the season, Taylor was selected in the second round of the WNBA Draft by the Washington Mystics. Statistical Leaders: Tasha Williams 18.2 ppg; Tamika Kursh, 7.6 rpg; Tasha Williams, 4.2 apg Honors: Tasha Williams - WAC Player of the Year, 1st team All-WAC, LSWA All-Louisiana 1st team, WAC All-Defensive Team, WAC All-Tournament team; Lakiste Barkus - 2nd team All-WAC, LSWA All-Louisiana third team; Erica Taylor - WAC All-Tournament team

2005-06

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For the second straight year, Louisiana Tech came up short in its bid for the NCAA Tournament as the Lady Techsters fell in the semifinals of the 2008 Western Athletic Conference Tournament. What started out as a season full of high hopes turned into a year of injuries and missed opportunities as the Lady Techsters finished 16-15. It was the program’s 34th straight winning season -Tech has never had a losing campaign. However, in Ruston, La., expectations are always high and anything less than an NCAA Tournament berth is considered a down season. A preseason injury to freshman guard Sidney Stewart and a season-ending injury to sophomore guard Whitney Jones in the seventh game of the year increased the challenges for Tech head coach Chris Long and Co. The highlight of the season was the play of senior forward Jo Sneed, who averaged a double double and earned first team all-WAC and all-state honors, and the development of freshmen Adrienne Johnson and Tarkeisha Wysinger. Statistical Leaders: Jo Sneed, 15.5 ppg; Jo Sneed, 10.3 ppg; Tiawana Pringle, 2.8 apg; Honors: Jo Sneed --1st team All-WAC; 1st team AllLSWA; Shanavia Dowdell -- 2nd team All-LSWA; Tarkeisha Wysinger -- WAC All-Freshman team

2008-09

It proved to be an up and down season for the Lady Techsters in 2008-09 as LA Tech hovered around the .500 mark for most of the year. It took a late season run that saw the Lady Techsters win their final seven WAC regular season games to propel the program to a share of the conference title. Interim head coach Teresa Weatherspoon and Co. entered the WAC Tournament as the No. 2 seed and saw its eight-game winning streak snapped in a memorable 91-88 overtime loss to Nevada in the WAC Tournament semifinals. However, the Lady Techsters earned a berth in the WNIT where they dismantled Conference USA regular season champion SMU before falling in the second round to Illinois State. Tech posted a 21-13 mark on the year, the 29th season of 20 or more victories. Junior Shanavia Dowdell was named the WAC Player of the Year and first team all-state while sophomore Adrienne Johnson earned first team all-conference and all-state honors. Johnson was also named to the WAC All-Defensive team. Statistical Leaders: Shanavia Dowdell, 16.1 ppg; Shanavia Dowdell, 9.9 ppg; Tiawana Pringle, 2.9 apg; Honors: Shanavia Dowdell --WAC POY, 1st team All-WAC; 1st team All-LSWA; Adrienne Johnson -- 1st team All-WAC; WAC All-Defensive Team; 1st team All-LSWA

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Louisiana Tech simply had a tough year. Between a tough non-conference schedule that featured eventual Final Four opponents in Tennessee and LSU and six losses by six points or less, 2006-07 wasn’t a typical Louisiana Tech season. The Techsters started out the year losing seven of their first nine games before rebounding and ending the year winning 15 of their last 21. Head coach Chris Long’s team was streaky at best, posting some impressive wins over the likes of Mississippi State, Rice, Alabama, and Boise State. When they were on, the Lady Techsters were tough to beat as proven by the program winning its sixth straight Western Athletic Conference regular season title. However, inconsistent offensive play eventually spelled doom as a first round loss in the 2007 WAC Tournament ended the program’s 25 year streak of making the NCAA Tournament. Senior Shan Moore was named the 2007 WAC Player of the Year while junior Jo Sneed was named the Louisiana Sports Writers

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Statistical Leaders: Shan Moore, 13.8 ppg; Ty Moore, 9.2 rpg; Eboni Mangum, 3.2 apg; Honors: Shan Moore -- 1st team All-WAC, WAC POY; LSWA 1st team, Ty Moore -- 1st team All-WAC, WAC All-Defensive Team; LSWA 1st team; Amber Metoyer -- WAC All-Defensive Team; Jo Sneed -LSWA Newcomer of the Year; Shanavia Dowdell -- WAC All-Freshman Team

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Statistical Leaders: Aarica Ray-Boyd, 14.2 ppg; Ty Moore, 9.2 rpg; Tasha Williams, 4.5 apg Honors: Williams -- 1st team All-WAC, WAC All-Defensive Team, WAC Tournament MVP, Kodak All-District, LSWA 1st team; Aarica Ray-Boyd -- 2nd team All-WAC, Kodak All-District, LSWA 1st team; Shan Moore -- 2nd team All-WAC, WAC All-Tournament; Ty Moore -- 2nd team All-WAC, LSWA 2nd team; Eboni Mangum -- WAC AllFreshman Team, LSWA Co-Freshman of the Year

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back in recordbreaking fashion. Trailing by 19 points with less than eight minutes to play, Long and Co. rallied for a 95-91 double overtime win over Iowa in game No. 2 of the year ... setting the tone for another successful season. Behind the leadership of four-year starting point guard Tasha Williams and the record-breaking outside shooting of senior Aarica Ray-Boyd, Tech not only won its sixth straight regular season Western Athletic Conference title and earned the automatic berth to the program’s 25th straight NCAA Tournament, but they regained their rightful place among the nation’s Top 25. Tech overcame a lot of adversity and posted a very impressive 26-5 record on the season and earned a trip to Denver, Colo., for the first two rounds of the 2006 NCAA Tournament. Their opening round match-up against Florida State was considered one of the premier battles in the first round of the tournament by the women’s college basketball experts. However, only three days prior to the game, Williams suffered a severe ankle injury which proved costly to the Techsters and their fans as the Seminoles downed Tech 80-71, ending the Lady Techsters season. Williams, Ray-Boyd, Shan Moore and Ty Moore all earned AllWAC honors during the season while Williams and Ray-Boyd both earned Kodak All-District accolades.

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Back to the Big Dance. The Lady Techsters returned to their rightful place in the postseason as Teresa Weatherspoon and Co. recorded a mark of 23-9 which included a heart-stopping 68-66 victory over Fresno State in the WAC Tournament championship game. The non-conference portion of the season was highlighted with matchups against Top 10 foes LSU and Baylor as the Lady Techsters dropped a tough 77-74 contest against the Tigers in Ruston before falling 77-67 to the eventual Final Four participant Bears in Waco.

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After splitting their first six WAC games of the year, the seasonchanger came in a home game against Idaho. Tech trailed by four points with 28 seconds to play, but back-to-back three-pointers including the game-tying one by Jasmine Bendolph with eight seconds to play sent the game into overtime. Tech won 74-71 which started a stretch of eight wins over a nine-game span. Entering the WAC Tournament as the No. 2 seed, Tech defeated Utah State easily in the Quarterfinals before downing host Nevada 80-77 in a semifinal classic -- setting up a showdown with Fresno State which had won 18 straight WAC games and 19 straight games overall. The Lady Techsters led by double digits in the first half before trailing 37-36 at the break. After building a nine-point lead in the final half, Tech watched Fresno State fight back to take a one-point lead with less than a minute to play. However, Bendolph sank an 18-footer with the shot clock running down and Tech hung on for the win. The Techsters earned a No. 14 seed and traveled to face ACC champion Florida State on their home floor in the NCAA Tournament. Behind 28 points from Shanavia Dowdell, Tech took the Seminoles down to the wire before falling. Dowdell earned her second straight WAC Player of the Year award while Teresa Weatherspoon was named the WBCA Maggie Dixon Rookie Coach of the Year. Statistical Leaders: Shanavia Dowdell, 18.0 ppg; Shanavia Dowdell, 12.4 ppg; Jasmine Bendolph 3.9 apg; Honors: Shanavia Dowdell --WAC POY, 1st team All-WAC; 1st team All-LSWA; Adrienne Johnson -- 1st team All-WAC; WAC All-Defensive Team; 1st team All-LSWA

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Record: 55-40 (.578) Head Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon (2010-present) Conference Titles: 1 Western Athletic Conference title (2011) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1 (2010-11); Elite Eights: 0 Final Fours: 0; National Championship Titles: 0

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Despite suffering through a modest three-game losing streak early in the season, Louisiana Tech posted impressive non-conference wins over Georgia, Tulane and Mississippi State that catapulted the Lady Techsters onto the national scene. Led by eventual All-American forward Adrienne Johnson, Tech entered Western Athletic Conference play and proceeded to reel off 13 straight victories, including a pair of memorable overtime wins against WAC rival Fresno State. The first was a 94-93 triple overtime win over Fresno State at the Save Mart Center when Brietta Thomas drained a threepointer with 2.6 seconds to play in third overtime. Three weeks later, Johnson hit a free throw late in regulation to send the rematch into overtime where Tech prevailed 90-84 before 7,123 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. The Lady Techsters stumbled in Reno with a 71-66 loss to Nevada but rebounded with a pair of home wins over Boise State and Idaho to capture the outright league regular season title for the eighth time in 10 years. Tech recorded a milestone with its 1000th program win -- a 66-59 victory over Nevada in the semifinals of the WAC Tournament, setting up another rematch with Fresno State. This time Fresno State was the team to hit the big shot as the Bulldogs banked home a shot with less than a second to play to defeat Tech 78-76 for the WAC Tournament title. Despite the loss, Weatherspoon and Co. earned the program’s 27th appearance in the NCAA Tournament where it fell to Rutgers in the first round in a game played at the CenturyTel Center in Shreveport. Johnson, who was named the WAC Player of the Year and a finalist for the Wade Trophy, was selected in the second round of the 2011 WNBA Draft by the Connecticut Sun.

9.4 rpg; Jasmine Bendolph 4.3 apg; Honors: Adrienne Johnson -- WAC Player of the Year; 1st team All-WAC; WAC All-Defensive Team; LSWA State Player of the Year; 1st team all-LSWA; Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey -- 2nd team all-WAC, WAC All-Defensive Team; 2nd team all-LSWA; Jasmine Bendolph -- 2nd team all-WAC, honorable mention all-LSWA

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Louisiana Tech got off to a tough start and never truly recovered as the Lady Techsters finished a roller coaster ride of a season at 17-15, dropping the championships game of the 2012 WAC Tournament against Fresno State. Tech lost six of its first eight games of the year with single digit losses to Seton Hall, Alabama and Tulane and wins over eventual NCAA Tournament participant UALR and old rival Old Dominion. The Lady Techsters then started to right the ship, winning five of its next six games including victories over SEC foe Mississippi State and a triple overtime win against Prairie View A&M. Weatherspoon and Co. entered WAC play 7-8. After falling in two of its first three league games, Tech won six of its next seven with the lone loss being a two-point setback against eventual WAC champion Fresno State. The Techsters finished third in the league race and entered the WAC Tournament where it defeated Hawaii in the first round before upsetting No. 2 seed Utah State in the semifinals. LA Tech needed one more win to qualify for its third straight NCAA Tournament but fell 89-61 to the Bulldogs as the season came to an end. Statistical Leaders: Shantale Bramble-Donaldson 11.1 ppg; Shantale Bramble-Donaldson 8.1 rpg; Jasmine Bendolph 5.7 apg; Honors: Shantale Bramble-Donaldson 2nd team All-WAC; 3rd team allLSWA; Jasmine Bendolph -- 2nd team all-WAC, 2nd team all-LSWA; Whitney Frazier -- WAC All-Defensive Team, WAC All-Freshman Team; LSWA Freshman of the Year

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Competing in their final year as a member of the Western Athletic Conference, Louisiana Tech endured a tough season as for the first time in program history, the Lady Techsters lost more games than they won. Despite the struggles of the 14-17 record, the Lady Techsters showed the flare for the dramatic at times as Tech won its first five games of the year by three points or less or in overtime. In addition to close wins, Tech also recorded the second largest come-from-behind victory in its 40-year history with a 67-58 win over Idaho on Jan. 17 in Moscow. In that game, Tech trailed 50-30 in the second half before ending the game on a 37-8 run. The Lady Techsters also got some record-setting individual performances as guard Kelia Shelton scored a WAC single game record 45 points in Tech’s 79-73 road win over UTSA on Feb. 7. The 45 points was the second most ever scored by a Lady Techster in a game. Tech finished fifth in the league standings and won its quarterfinal WAC Tournament game with a dominating 85-58 victory over UTSA. However, the Lady Techsters season came to an end with a loss to Seattle in the semifinals. Statistical Leaders: Kelia Shelton 13.6 ppg; Kelia Shelton 6.7 rpg; Janay Borum 4.0 apg; Honors: Whitney Frazier 2nd team All-WAC; 3rd team all-LSWA; Brittany Lewis --3rd team all-WAC; Lulu Perry-WAC All-Freshman Team

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Kodak All-Americans When a program’s won 1,031 games, participated in 31 national postseason tournaments including 27 NCAA Tournaments, advanced to 13 Final Fours, competed in eight national championship games and won three national titles, then it’s been fortunate enough to recruit some of the top players in the history of the women’s game. That’s just what Louisiana Tech has accomplished. Over the 39 years of Lady Techster basketball, the Memorial Gym and Thomas Assembly Center crowds have watched 11 Kodak AllAmericans suit up in the Columbia blue and red Tech uniform. The names ring like a who’s who in the history of the game - Pam Kelly, Angela Turner, Janice Lawrence, Pam Gant, Teresa Weatherspoon, Nora Lewis, Venus Lacy, Vickie Johnson, Debra Williams, Amanda Wilson and Tamicha Jackson. Four of those individuals - Kelly, Lawrence, Weatherspoon and Johnson - have won the award multiple times thus Tech can claim 16 Kodak All-Americans. Pam Kelly (1978-82) Kodak Year(s): 1980, 1981, 1982

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Known affectionately as A.T. by all Lady Techster fans, the sharp-shooting Angela Turner is still considered today as one of the best allaround players in the history of Tech basketball. A key component to Tech’s early success in women’s basketball, Turner helped lead the Lady Techsters to four straight Final Fours and two national

Many people argue that Janice Lawrence is the greatest player in Louisiana Tech Lady Techster history - an argument that has plenty of factual support. The 6-foot, 3-inch center dominated women’s basketball during her four years at Tech, leading the Lady Techsters to a 136-6 record from 1980 through 1984. Even with her size, Lawrence possessed the ability to shot the 15-footer or put the ball and the floor and go past a defender at any time. The Lucedale, Miss., native participated in four Final Fours and won two national championships during her career while earning almost every individual honor imaginable. Lawrence earned her first Kodak All-American honor following a junior season that saw her average 20.8 points a game. However, that was just the beginning of her accolades. After her senior year, Lawrence earned Kodak All-American honors, and won the Wade Trophy and the Champion Player of the Year award. Today, Lawrence ranks No. 2 in points (2,403), No. 3 in scoring average (17.8), No. 5 in rebounds

Without a doubt the deadliest outside shooter in the history of Lady Techster basketball is Pam Gant. The 5-foot7-inch guard lettered at Tech from 1982 through 1985 and unfortunately played prior to the NCAA’s adoption of the three-point line in women’s basketball. Her outside shooting prowess was known across the nation as Gant connected on an incredible 54.6 percent of her field goal attempts during her four-year career, including an even more amazing 57.5 percent her junior and senior seasons. Gant played on three Final Four teams, including the 1981-82 NCAA National Championship team as a freshman. The Joliet, Illinois, native earned her Kodak All-American honor following the 1984-85 season, one in which Gant averaged 23.6 points a game - still a Louisiana Tech record. She recorded two games of 40-plus points during her career (second only to Sheila Ethridge’s three) including a career-best of 42 points in a win over Penn State and six games of 30-plus points. Gant currently ranks No. 12 in points (1,714), and No. 8 in steals (253).

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(1,097), No. 4 in blocked shots (189) and No. 5 in steals (291). Lawrence proceeded to win a gold medal in the 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles before playing for three seasons with the WNBA’s Cleveland Rockers. Lawrence, whose jersey has been retired at Tech, was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in July of 2005 and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006.

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When people think about some of the most dominating post players in the history of women’s basketball, Louisiana Tech’s Pam Kelly has to be near the top of the list. Despite the fact Kelly was a mere 6-foot tall, the Columbia, La., native recorded one of the most remarkable careers in Lady Techster history. Tech’s only three-time Kodak All-America honoree first ever recipient, Kelly led Tech to two national championships - the 1980-81 AIAW title and the 1981-82 NCAA title. During her four year career, the 1982 Wade Trophy winner scored an incredible 2,979 points and grabbed 1,511 rebounds while leading the Lady Techsters to a 143-10 record - the most wins ever over a four-year period in the history of the program. Almost 20 years after Kelly’s playing days ended, she still ranks No. 1 in scoring, No. 1 in rebounding, No. 1 in field goals made (1,193), No.1 in free throws made (593), No. 2 in scoring average (19.5) and No. 7 in steals (274). Kelly - whose number is retired - was enshrined in the Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984 and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2007.

championship titles - the 1981 AIAW and the 1982 NCAA. The Saline, La., native started from day one at Tech, averaging 16.0 points and 6.5 rebounds her freshman season, earning her the Louisiana Most Valuable Player award. Her sophomore year was even more impressive as Turner scored 817 points, which still stands No. 2 in the Tech record books for most points in a single season. Turner, who earned her Kodak AllAmerican award her senior season as Tech won its second straight national championship title, exemplified the term studentathlete as she also garnered an NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship. Today, Turner is the only Lady Techster to rank in the Top 10 in points (No. 3 with 2,262), rebounds (No. 6 with 1,073), assists (No. 8 with 466) and steals (No. 3 with 358). She also ranks No. 2 in field goals made (1,021). Her No. 5 jersey has been retired at Tech.

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Techsters. A fearless leader on and off the court, Spoon exemplified the term emotional leader with a burning passion for the game. During Spoon’s playing days, Tech posted a 118-14 record and played in two national championship games. Spoon earned Kodak All-American honors her final two seasons and capped off her spectacular career by winning the 1988 National Championship and earning the Wade Trophy as the nation’s top women’s collegiate basketball player. Known more for her ballhandling and passing abilities than scoring, the Pineland, Texas, native saved her best performances for some of the nation’s top teams, recording a career high 17 assists against then nationally-ranked LouisianaMonroe and 10 steals against then nationally-ranked UCLA. During her career, Spoon scored 1,087 points, recorded 958 assists and totaled 411 steals with the assists and steals still ranking No. 1 in the Tech record books. Spoon - whose number is retired captured an Olympic gold medal in the 1988 games prior to becoming a four-time WNBA All-Star starter with the Liberty. She is an enshrined member of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame and will be enshrined in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010.

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Nora Lewis (1985-1989) Kodak Year(s): 1989 Nora Lewis ’ Louisiana Tech career didn’t start out on the most positive note, but it sure ended on one. Midway through Lewis’ freshman season - one in which she was averaging 13.3 points and 7.1 rebounds the forward suffered a season-ending knee injury and missed the remaining games. However, Lewis would not be deterred. The Peoria, Ill., native worked hard during the off-season and responded by averaging 14.2 points and 7.8 rebounds her sophomore campaign before helping guide Tech to the 1988 national championship game her junior season. Lewis earned her Kodak All-American honors following an incredible senior season that saw her average a double-double with 18.3 points and 10.9 rebounds a contest. The 6-foot forward also earned All-American South Conference and All-Louisiana honors her final two seasons. Currently, Lewis ranks No. 10 in points (1,760), No. 6 in free throws made (377) and

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No. 7 in rebounds (1,071). Her No. 40 jersey is retired. Venus Lacy (1987-1990) Kodak Year(s): 1990 One of the greatest players in the history of Louisiana Tech didn’t start out as a Lady Techster. After playing her freshman season at Old Dominion, Venus Lacy made the decision to transfer to Tech - a move that would pay off for both her and the Lady Techsters. A virtual unknown before her playing days in Ruston, Lacy turned into one of the greatest post players in the country in little time. The 6-foot, 4-inch post helped Tech capture its third national championship during her first season (the 1987-88 NCAA title), averaging 14.5 points and 9.2 rebounds. Her junior campaign Lacy earned the American South Conference and Louisiana Player of the Year honors scoring over 20 points a contest. However, her great career was capped off by earning Kodak All-American honors as well as USBWA and Champion National Player of the Year awards her following her senior season, one in which she averaged 24.2 points a game (still a Louisiana Tech record). The Chattanooga, Tenn., native finished her three-year Tech career ranking No. 4 in points (2,004), No. 1 in scoring average (20.0), No. 6 in field goals made (793), No. 4 in rebounds (1,125) and No. 7 in blocked shots (164). Lacy went on to win an Olympic gold medal in the 1996 games in Atlanta and played for two seasons with the WNBA’s New York Liberty. Her jersey is retired at Tech.

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Vickie Johnson (1993-96) Kodak Year(s): 1995, 1996 A two-time Kodak All-American (1995 and 1996), Johnson helped re-establish Louisiana Tech’s national prominence in the mid-90s after the Lady Techsters had suffered through two mediocre seasons in 1990 and 1991. Johnson was a four-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection during her playing days and earned Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year honors in 1995 and 1996. The Lady Techsters posted a 116-17 record during her four years including a trip to the national championship game in 1993-94. During her junior year, Johnson became only the sec-

ond player since Pam Kelly to lead the team in scoring for three straight seasons. The Coushatta, La., native still remains in the Tech record books, ranking No. 5 in points (1,960), No. 9 in scoring average (15.0), No. 6 in field goals made (793). Johnson - whose jersey is retired - recently became only the seventh player in WNBA history to score 4,000 career points, and has played 12 seasons in the WNBA. She was enshrined in the Louisiana Tech HOF in 2007. Debra Williams (1993-96) Kodak Year(s): 1996 Explosive. The perfect adjective to describe former Louisiana Tech great Debra Williams whose offensive moves became legendary around the Thomas Assembly Center during her playing days in the mid-90s. The 5-foot8-inch guard was blessed with talent and used it to her benefit as she teamed with Vickie Johnson to form the best one-two punch in women’s basketball during the time. Williams could hurt the opponent in a number of ways as her feathery touch from the three-point line was almost as deadly as her ability to take her defender off the dribble. The Houston, Texas, native earned All-Sun Belt Conference accolades three times and capped off her career with the Kodak honor in 1996. Williams earned the most valuable player award at the 1995 Sun Belt Conference Tournament as well as the Midwest Regional Tournament. One of the top three-point threats in Tech history, Williams ended her playing days as the Lady Techsters all-time leader in treys. Currently, she ranks No. 11 in points (1,749), No. 3 in three-pointers made (136) and attempted (378), No. 7 in field goals attempted (1,574) and No. 10 in three-point field goal percentage (34.0). Williams played for the Portland Power of the American Basketball League until 1998 when the league folded.

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If Tech fans happened to blink while watching a game, they might just have missed the next Lady Techster Kodak AllAmerican - Tamicha “Action” Jackson who proved lightning-quick during her career. Jackson started all four years for the Lady Techsters and starred from the beginning, scoring 428 points her rookie campaign while earning AllSun Belt Conference honors. That was only the beginning as Jackson led Tech to the 1998 NCAA National Championship game against Tennessee. The Dallas, Texas, native became only the second Louisiana Tech player to earn all-conference honors four times and capped her brilliant career by being named the Sun Belt’s Defensive Player of the Year. Jackson is one of only two Tech players to ever score 1,500 points, record 400 assists and 300 steals in a career (joining Angela Turner). The 5-foot-7-inch lightning rod ended her career as the SBC’s all-time steals leader with 361. Jackson currently ranks No. 9 in points (1,822), No. 9 in field goals made (753), No. 1 in three-pointers made (187), No. 7 in assists (474) and No. 2 in steals (361). The WNBA’s Detroit Shock selected Jackson in the first round of the 2000 WNBA Draft with the sixth overall pick, and she played seven seasons in the league.

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the 60-mile move to Ruston ... a move Tech fans were thrilled about. After averaging 8.0 points in only one start during her freshman season, Wilson cracked the starting lineup at the beginning of her sophomore campaign and never relinquished the position, making 98 consecutive starts. The 6-foot forward earned All-Sun Belt Conference honors three straight seasons while also being named the SBC Player of the Year in 1998 and 1999. Wilson earned her Kodak All-American award following a senior season that saw her average 16.6 points and 7.9 rebounds while shooting an incredible 62 percent from the field and 77 percent from the free throw line as the Lady Techsters advanced to the Final Four. Louisiana Tech won at least 30 games in every year of Wilson’s career. Wilson ranks No. 8 in points (1,832), No. 4 in field goals made (815), and No. 4 in steals (303). The WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury selected Wilson in the fourth round of the 1999 Draft with the 46th overall selection.

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Honor Roll Conference Player of the Year American South (starting in 1988) Teresa Weatherspoon, 1988 Venus Lacy, 1989, 1990

Whitney Frazier, 2012

Kendra Neal, 1996

Conference Newcomer of the Year American South (starting in 1988) Barbara Bolden, 1990 Sun Belt

Sun Belt Shantel Hardison, 1992

Alisa Burras, 1997

B A S K E T B A L L

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T E C H S T E R L A D Y

Alisa Burras, 1997, 1998 Tamicha Jackson, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Monica Maxwell, 1997, 1998 Amanda Wilson, 1997, 1998, 1999 LaQuan Stallworth, 1998

Pam Thomas, 1994

Betty Lennox, 2000

Alisa Burras, 1997

Conference Freshman of the Year

Amanda Wilson, 1998,1999

Sun Belt

Takeisha Lewis, 2001

Vickie Johnson, 1995, 1996

Betty Lennox, 2000

Vickie Johnson, 1993

Brooke Lassiter, 2001 Ayana Walker, 2001

Western Athletic

Monica Maxwell, 1996

Western Athletic

(starting in 2002)

Amber Obaze, 2001

(starting in 2002)

Cheryl Ford, 2002, 2003 Amisha Carter, 2004

Western Athletic Erica Smith-Taylor, 2002

Cheryl Ford, 2002, 2003 Ayana Walker, 2002 Amber Obaze, 2002*, 2003*,

Tasha Williams, 2005 Shanavia Dowdell, 2009, 2010

Conference All-Freshman Team

Trina Frierson, 2003, 2004

Adrienne Johnson, 2011

Western Athletic Conference

Erica Smith-Taylor, 2003*,

Shan Moore, 2007

Eboni Mangum, 2006

2004*

2004*

Conference Defensive Player of the Year

Shanavia Dowdell, 2007

Amisha Carter, 2004

Tarkeisha Wysinger, 2008

Tasha Williams, 2005, 2006

Sun Belt

Whitney Frazier, 2012

Lakiste Barkus, 2005*

Lulu Perry, 2013

Aarica Ray-Boyd, 2006*

LaQuan Stallworth, 1997

Shan Moore, 2006*, 2007

Amanda Wilson, 1998 Tamicha Jackson, 2000

All-Conference

Ty Moore, 2006*, 2007

Ayana Walker, 2001

American South

Jo Sneed, 2008

Nora Lewis, 1988, 1989

Shanavia Dowdell, 2009, 2010

Conference All-Defensive Team

Teresa Weatherspoon, 1988

Adrienne Johnson, 2009, 2010, 2011

Venus Lacy, 1989, 1990

Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey, 2011

Western Athletic

Pam Wells, 1989*

Jasmine Bendolph, 2011*, 2012*

Shelia Ethridge, 1989*, 1990,

Shantale Bramble-Donaldson, 2012*

Amber Obaze, 2002, 2003,

1991

2004 Essence Perry, 2002

Shantel Hardison, 1990*

Ayana Walker, 2002

Barbara Bolden, 1990*

Erica Smith-Taylor, 2003, 2004

* second team

Amisha Carter 2004

Sun Belt

Whitney Frazier, 2013* Brittany Lewis, 2013^ * second team ^ third team

Tasha Williams, 2005, 2006

Shantel Hardison, 1992

Conference Tournament MVPs

Lakiste Barkus, 2005

Vickie Johnson,

American South

Amber Metoyer, 2007

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1993, 1994, 1995, 1996

Erica Westbrooks, 1988

Ty Moore, 2007

Danielle Whitehurst, 1993

Nora Lewis, 1989

Shanavia Dowdell, 2010

Pam Thomas, 1994

Venus Lacy, 1990

Adrienne Johnson, 2009, 2010, 2011

Racquel Spurlock, 1994, 1996

Sheila Ethridge, 1991

Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey, 2011

Debra Williams, 1994, 1995,

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Debra Williams, 1994

Tasha Williams, 2005, 2006

Danielle Whitehurst, 1993

Racquel Spurlock, 1995, 1996

Shan Moore, 2006

Debra Williams, 1994

Pam Kelly (Class of 1984)

Tamicha Jackson, 1997

Shanavia Dowdell, 2009, 2010

Alisa Burras, 1998

Sonja Hogg (Class of 1986)

Amanda Wilson, 1998

Adrienne Johnson, 2010, 2011

Amanda Wilson, 1999

Janice Lawrence

Monica Maxwell, 1999

Jasmine Bendolph

Betty Lennox, 2000 Ayana Walker, 2001 Western Athletic Cheryl Ford, 2003 Amisha Carter, 2004 Tasha Williams, 2006 Shanavia Dowdell, 2010

American South Leon Barmore, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Sun Belt Leon Barmore, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

Conference All-Tournament Team

Kurt Budke, 2003, 2004 Chris Long, 2006

American South Erica Westbrooks 1988

Teresa Weatherspoon

Janice Lawrence, 1982, 1983,

(Class of 1995)

1984

Leon Barmore (Class of 2003)

Lori Scott, 1983

Vickie Johnson (Class of 2007)

Pam Gant, 1984, 1985

Venus Lacy (Class of 2011)

Tori Harrison, 1985, 1986, 1987

Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

Angela Lawson, 1986 Nora Lewis, 1987, 1989 Teresa Weatherspoon, 1987, 1988

Kim Mulkey (Class of 1990) Pam Kelly (Class of 1994)

Venus Lacy, 1988, 1989, 1990

Leon Barmore (Class of 2004)

Shantel Hardison, 1990

Janice Lawrence

Danielle Whitehurst, 1993

(Class of 2005)

Nora Lewis, 1989

Janice Lawrence, 1982

Pam Thomas, 1993, 1994

Sonja Hogg (Class of 2009)

Sheila Ethridge, 1990

Erica Westbrooks, 1988

Debra Williams, 1994, 1996

Teresa Weatherspoon

Vickie Johnson, 1996

(Class of 2010)

Shantel Haridson, 1990 Shantel Hardison, 1992 Debra Williams, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996

NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team Janice Lawrence, 1982, 1983, 1984

Racquel Spurlock, 1996

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Alisa Burras, 1998 LaQuan Stallworth, 1998 Tamicha Jackson, 1998, 2000

Leon Barmore (Class of 2003)

Vickie Johnson, 1993, 1995

Pam Kelly, 1982

Amanda Wilson, 1999

Pam Thomas, 1994

Kim Mulkey, 1982

Monica Maxwell, 1999

Racquel Spurlock, 1995, 1996

Jennifer White, 1983

Betty Lennox, 1999, 2000

Kendra Neal, 1995, 1996

Teresa Weatherspoon, 1987,

Takeisha Lewis, 2001

Kim Mulkey (Class of 2000)

Cheryl Ford, 2003

Leon Barmore (Class of 2003)

Tamicha Jackson, 1997, 1998, 2000

1988

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

Erica Westbrooks, 1988

Janice Lawrence

Kodak All-Americans

Alisa Burras, 1997, 1998

Venus Lacy, 1989, 1990

Amanda Wilson, 1998, 1999

Vickie Johnson, 1994

Pam Kelly, 1980, 1981, 1982

Pam Kelly (Class of 2007)

Betty Lennox, 1999, 2000

Pam Thomas, 1994

Angela Turner, 1982

Sonja Hogg (Class of 2009)

Monica Maxwell, 1999

Tamicha Jackson, 1998

Janice Lawrence, 1983, 1984

Teresa Weatherspoon

Pam Gant, 1985

(Class of 2010)

Ayana Walker, 2000 Brooke Lassiter, 2000 Western Athletic

NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player

(Class of 2006)

Teresa Weatherspoon, 1987, 1988

Ayana Walker, 2002

Pam Kelly, 1982

Nora Lewis, 1989

Cheryl Ford, 2002, 2003

Janice Lawrence, 1983, 1984

Venus Lacy, 1990

Trina Frierson, 2003

Tori Harrison, 1987

Vickie Johnson, 1995, 1996

Amber Obaze, 2003

Teresa Weatherspoon, 1988

Debra Williams, 1996

Amisha Carter, 2004

Venus Lacy, 1989

Amanda Wilson, 1999

Erica Smith-Taylor, 2004, 2005

Shantel Hardison, 1990

Tamicha Jackson, 2000

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Venus Lacy, 1988, 1989. 1990

NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Players

Kim Mulkey (Class of 1992)

Pam Kelly, 1982

T E C H S T E R

Western Athletic

Angela Turner (Class of 1990)

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Ayana Walker, 2002

Conference Coach of the Year

(Class of 1987)

NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team

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RETIRED

Allene Kemp (1978) Vickie Green (1983) Tori Harrison (1984-85-86-87) Terri Meyer (1988-89-90-191) Nicole Burn (1997-98)

Marilyn Norris (1978) Lori Scott (1980-81-82-83) Debra Williams (1993-94-95-96) Betty Lennox (1999-2000) Amisha Carter (2003-2004) Margaret DeCiman (2005-06)

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Shordy Mulford (2008-09) Janay Borum (2013)

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Jackie Bailey (1996-1997) Brooke Lassiter (1999-2000-01-02) Eboni Mangum (2006-07) Brittany Hardy (2012)

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Lakiste Barkus (2004-05) Ashley Antony (2000) Ovlina Lewis (2001-02) Sarah Johnson (2004)

2

Kenzi Bond (2002) Amber Metoyer (2006-07) Brietta Thomas (2008-09-10-11) Whitney Frazier (2012-13)

3

Pam Crawford (1984) Sheila Ethridge (1988-89-90-91) Linda Watson (1995-96) Shaka Massey (1999-2000) Ashley Antony (2001) Nastassja Levingston (2005-06-07-08) Kiara Young (2009-10-11-12) Jasmine Bryant (2013)

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Janet Karvonen (1984-85) Lisa Harvey (1986-87-88) Pam Thomas (1992-93-94) Jessica Sandifer (1994) Amanda Wilson (1996) Erica Smith-Taylor (2002-03-04-05) Jelena Vucinic (2011-12-13) RETIRED

5

Angela Turner (1979-80-81-82)

10

Cindy McCarn (1978) Julie Wilkerson (1980-81-82-83) Penee Hall (1984-1985) Shantel Hardison (1989-90-92) Yen Quach (1995-96) LaQuan Stallworth (1997-98-99) Kristie McClain (2001) Tasha Williams (2003-04-05-06) Sidney Stewart (2008-09) Reina Kempt (2010-11) Brittany Lewis (2013) RETIRED

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Teresa Weatherspoon (19851986-1987-1988)

12

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Tiawana Pringle (2007) DeAngela Sword (2009) Shantale Bramble-Donaldson (2011-12)

Sandy Freeman (1978-79) Nicole Collins (1991-93) Jennifer Pesnell (1994) Anna Snider (1995-96-97) Ayana Walker (1999-00-01-02)

Belinda Jones (1978) Angela Lawson (1985-86-87-88) LaQuan Stallworth (1996) Beverly Moore (2000-01) Aarica Ray-Boyd (2003-04-05-06) Tarkeisha Wysinger (2008-09-10-11)

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Karla Mancil (1978-79) Jennifer White (1980-81-82-83) Melinda Chambless (1985-86-87-88) Katie Cochran (1995-96-97-98) Shakera McReynolds (2001) Toya George (2003-04) Brittany Jefferson (2013) RETIRED

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Kim Mulkey (1981-82-83-84)

21

Holly Kidd (1978) Kay Konerza (1983-84-85-86) DeJuna Jackson (1991-92-93) Monica Maxwell (1996-97-98-99) Tamaka Clay (2003) Shan Moore (2004-05-06-07) Keshia Warren (2008-09) Martina Holloway (2010-11) Kanedria Andrews (2012-13)

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Mary Nell Kendrick (1978-79) Pam Gant (1982-83-84-85) Phoebe Dunn (1988) Sebrena Smith (1990) Kendra Neal (1993-94-95-96) Christie Sides (1999-2000) Ty Moore (2003-05-06-07) Tiawana Pringle (2008-09-10) Angie Felton (2011-2012)

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Sandra Felton (1982) Tatia Brown (1985-86-87-88) Catina Malone (1994-95) Stacey Hill (1996) Danielle Butler (1998) Jo Sneed (2007-08) Whitney Jones (2009-10-11-12) Lulu Perry (2013)

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Lyn Anastasio (1981) Sherry McDonald (1984-85-86-87) Barbara Bolden (1990) Amy Brown (1992-93-94-95)

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Kathy Bailey (1975-76-77) Paulette Stall (1986-87-88-89) Amanda Wilson (1997-98-99) Sierra Nixon (2007) Tavasha Anderson (2011-12-13)

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Charlotte Cloud (1975-76) Joletta Riser (1991-92-93-94) Latoshia Malone (1995) Crystal Allen (2000)

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Debbo Baragona (1975) Ann Pendergrass (1979-80-8182) Stacey Davis (1984-85-86-87) Annie Lockett (1990-91) Maquisha Walker (1994-95-96) Cheryl Ford (2000-01-02-03) Quantae Thomas (2006) Whitney Jones (2008) Jasmine Bendolph (2009-1011-12) Kelia Shelton (2013)

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LaVerne Henderson (1975) Joy Gibson (1976-77) Beanie Lincoln (1986-88) Lisa Payne (1991-92) Jamie Scheppmann (1997-98-99) Essence Perry (2001-02) Tosha Christmas (2005) Adrienne Johnson (2008-09-10-11) Savanna Langston (2012-13)

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Belinda Jones (1975-76-77) Mari Willis (1980) Debbie Primeaux (1981-82-83-84) Michelle Martin (1990-91-92) Jackie Bailey (1995-96) Alisa Burras (1997-98) Amber Obaze (2001-02-03-04)

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Mary Robertson (197576) Pam Wells (1989-90) Tamicha Jackson (1997-98-99-2000) Tiffany Thompson (2004-05) RETIRED

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Debbie Burks (1975-76) Nora Lewis (1986-87-88-89)

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Holly Kidd (1977) Pam Kelly (1979-80-81-82) Patsy Speights (1975) Mary Nell Kendrick (1976-77-78-79) Cara Guillon (1989-90-91-92) Takeisha Lewis (1999-00-01-02) Shanavia Dowdell (2007-08-09-10) Veanca Hall (2013) RETIRED

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Mickie DeMoss (1975-76-77) Venus Lacy (1988-89-90) Racquel Spurlock (1993-94-95-96)

44

Connie Coker (1975) Debra Rodman (1981-82-83-84) Erica Westbrooks (1985-86-87-88) Kenya Bibbs (2001-02) Sultra Harding (2003) Tashia Combs (2005)

45

Kathy Singletary (1975) Danielle Whitehurst (1990-91-92-93) Tamika Kursh (2004-05-06-07) Kara Jones (2008)

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Jane Ellen Cook (1976-77-78-79) Tia Sossamon (1980-81-82-83) Jocelyn Watson (1987-88-89-90) LaShawn Brown (1992-93-94-95) Trina Frierson (2000-02-03-04) April Williams (2007-08) RETIRED

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Gail Hays (1976-77) Janice Lawrence (1981-82-83-84)

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Kay Ford (2000) Rita Rust (1980-81-82) Priya Gilmore (1996-97-98-99) Laura Beth Martin (2003) Tia Lawson (2005-06-07)

53

Mandy Warren (1976-77) Angie Donner (1978-79)

54

Janice Mulford (1980) Melshika Bowman (1998-2000) RETIRED

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Elinor Griffin (1977-1978-79) Vickie Johnson (1993-94-95-96)

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Alabama Shanavia Dowdell, Calera Jasmine Bendolph, Mobile DeAngela Sword, Montgomery Kiara Young, Rogersville

Georgia Sandra Felton, Cordele Illinois Alisa Burras, Chicago Pam Grant, Joliet Yen Quach, Bloomington Nora Lewis, Peoria Indiana Monica Maxwell, East Chicago Anna Snider, Ramsey Cara Gullion, Scottsburg Kansas Kristie McClain, Wichita Kentucky Tamaka Clay, Lexington Louisiana Melshika Bowman, Alexandria Kay Ford, Alexandria Mary Robertson, Alexandria Ashley Antony, Anacoco Maquisha Walker, Athens Christie Sides, Baker Reina Kempt, Baton Rouge Brietta Thomas, Baton Rouge Debbie Primeaux, Bell City

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Maryland Tori Harrison, Townson

Mississippi Toya George, Clinton Tavasha Anderson, Grenada Lori Scott, Jackson Janice Lawrence, Lucedale Tiawana Pringle, Meridian Kenya Bibbs, Starkville Catrina Frierson, Vicksburg

Utah Shordy Mulford, West Valley City

Missouri Betty Lennox, Independence Tia Sossamon, Raymore New Mexico Martina Holloway, Albuquerque New York Shantale Bramble-Donaldson, Bronx

Virginia Lyn Anastasio, Hampton Wisconsin Paulette Stall, La Crosse Unknowns Debbo Baragona LaVerne Henderson Kathy Singletary

New Zealand Jelena Vucinic, Nelson Nevada Courtney Hayes, Las Vegas Ohio LaShawn Brown, Cleveland Lisa Payne, Columbus Sultra Harding, Xenia Oklahoma Kenzi Bond, Canton Judy Smith, Chandler Essence Perry, Lawton Tashia Combs, Midwest City Allene Kemp, Milburn Tatia Brown, Tulsa South Carolina Kelia Shelton, Rock Hill Beanie Lincoln, Summerville

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Florida Jo Sneed, Belle Glade Priya Gilmore, Jacksonville Angie Felton, Leesburg Brittany Lewis, Orange Park Brittany Hardy, Orlando Jackie Bailey, Pahokee

Minnesota Lisa Harvey, Benton Harbor Kay Konerza, Lester Prairie Janet Karvonen, New York Mills

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Colorado Amber Metoyer, Boulder

Michigan Ovlina Lewis, Detroit Shakera McReynolds, Lansing

Ayana Walker, Houston Chrystal Allen, Karnack Brittney Jefferson, Leggett Terri Meyer, Levelland Stacy Davis, Lewisville Pam Wells, Lewisville Kesia Warren, Lewisville Angela Lawson, Longview Kara Jones, Moody Pennee Hall, Mount Belvieu Teresa Weatherspoon, Pineland Nicole Collins, Round Rock LaQuan Stallworth, Silsbee Aarica Ray-Boyd, Texarkana

T E C H S T E R

California Lakiste Barkus, Long Beach Linda Watson, Los Angeles Amisha Carter, Oakland

Janay Borum, Upper Marlboro

L A D Y

Arkansas Michelle Martin, Bentonville Janice Moore, Camden Erica Westbrooks, Camden Jamie Scheppmann, Cove Sidney Stewart, Damascus Kanedria Andrews, El Dorado Whitney Frazier, El Dorado Savanna Langston, El Dorado Tamika Kursh, Ft.Smith Brooke Lassiter, Hamburg Tasha Williams, Kingsland Kathy Jones, McGehee Jocelyn Watson, McNeil Angie Donner, Piggot Gail Sanders, Stephens Erica Smith-Taylor, Wheatley, Canada Margaret DeCiman, Saskatchewan

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Ann May, Benton Cindy McCarn, Benton Lulu Perry, Benton Jasmine Bryant, Bossier City Connie Coker, Calhoun Melinda Chambless, Chatham Jennifer Pesnell, Choudrant Pam Kelly, Columbia Karla Mancil, Columbia Vickie Johnson, Coushatta Debbie Burks, Delhi Mickie DeMoss, Delhi Pam Crawford, DeRidder Racqual Spurlock, Donaldsonville Billie Fryer, Epps Belinda Jones, Eros Adrienne Johnson, Franklin Tia Lawson, Geismar Holly Kid, Gibsland Kim Mulkey, Hammond Mandy Warren, Heflin Sierra Nixon, Houma Mary Nell Kendrick, Jena Joletta Riser, Jena Marilyn Norris, Jones Cynthia Loyd, Jonesboro-Hodge Elinor Griffin, Lake Providence Takeisha Lewis, Lisbon Jeannie Speights, Logansport Patsy Speights, Logansport Sebrena Smith, Mansfield Tarkeisha Wysinger, Many Shan Moore, Minden Veanca Hall, Monroe Beverly Moore, Monroe Shantel Hardison, Natchitoches Latoshia Malone, Opelousas Kendra Neal, Pelican Sherry McDonald, Pitkin Catina Malone, Quitman Stacy Hill, Rayville Nicole Burn, Ruston Sandy Freeman, Ruston Sheila Ethridge, Ruston Gail Hays, Ruston Nastassja Levingston, Ruston Ann Pendergrass, Ruston Angela Turner, Saline Barbara Bolden, Shreveport Danielle Butler, Shreveport Katie Cochran, Shreveport Ty Moore, Shreveport Rita Rust, Shreveport Pam Thomas, Shreveport Danielle Whitehurst, Shreveport Amanda Wilson, Shreveport Jane Ellen Cook, Simsboro DeJuna Jackson, Slidell Tarleshia Brown, St. Amant Charlotte Cloud, Stonewall Kathy Bailey, Summerfield Cheryl Ford, Summerfield Pashala Perry, Tallulah Julie Wilkerson, Tioga Joy Gibson, Vivian Sarah Johnson, Welsh Whitney Jones, West Monroe Jessica Sandifer, West Monroe April Williams, West Monroe Mari Willis, West Monroe

Tennessee Venus Lacy, Chattanooga Amy Brown, Livingston Jennifer White, Loretta Texas Phoebe Dunn, Abernathy Shaka Massey, Arlington Janice Mulford, Bullard Vickie Green, Dallas Tamicha Jackson, Dallas Amber Obaze, Dallas Debra Rodman, Dallas Quantae Thomas, Dallas Tiffany Thompson, Dallas Annie Lockett, Garland Hartford Jackson, Grand Prairie Eboni Mangum, Houston Debra Williams, Houston

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1974-75 (13-9)

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Starters: F-Belinda Jones 22.5, 10.2 C-Laverne Henderson 19.5,14.9 G-Mickie DeMoss 17.1, 2.9 F-Mary Robertson 9.7, 6.5 G-Charlotte Cloud 3.0, 1.8 Top Subs: Kathy Bailey 3.3, 1.0 Deb Baragona 3.1, 1.5 Coach: Sonja Hogg Jan. 7 H Southeastern La. L 59-55 Jan. 24 H LSU W 97-83 Jan. 27 A UL-Monroe L 84-78 Jan. 31 N Northwestern St. L 76-56 Jan. 31 N New Orleans W 80-55 Feb. 1 N Nicholls St. W 95-71 Feb. 1 N Northwestern St. L 86-77OT Feb. 4 H UL-Monroe W 99-76 Feb. 7 N New Orleans W 77-60 Feb. 7 N Northwestern St. W 87-83OT Feb. 8 N Southeastern La. L 81-44 Feb. 8 A Northwestern St. L 87-86 Feb. 10 N AAU All-Stars W 80-78 Feb. 12 A UL-Monroe L 84-80 Feb. 15 N UL-Monroe W 97-88 Feb. 15 N New Orleans W 104-73 Feb. 17 N UL-Monroe W 116-66 Feb. 18 A Northwestern St. W 79-78 LAIAW St. TOURNAMENT Feb. 20 N McNeese St. L 70-65 Feb. 21 N Nicholls St. W 85-62 Feb. 21 A LSU W 95-87 Feb. 21 N McNeese St. L 58-56

1975-76 (19-10)

Starters: C-Kay Ford 18.5, 9.7 F-Belinda Jones 14.1, 13.4 G-Kathy Bailey 10.1, 4.2 G-Mickie DeMoss 8.9, 2.4 F-Mandy Warren 8.8, 7.1 Top Subs: Jane Ellen Cook 8.7, 5.1 Mary Nell Kendrick 8.3, 3.7 Coach: Sonja Hogg Dec. 4 H Ouachita Baptist W 72-55 Dec. 5 A Nicholls St. W 97-75 Dec. 12 A Panola Jr Col L 74-63 Dec. 18 A McNeese St. W 85-78 Jan. 6 H Mississippi College L 80-70 Jan. 10 A New Orleans W 87-35 Jan. 14 A UL-Lafayette W 106-34 Jan. 15 H UL-Monroe W 81-72 Jan. 17 H Nicholls St. W 90-58 Jan. 20 A Northwestern St. L 76-70 Jan. 23 H Panola Jr Col W 72-66 Jan. 26 H McNeese St. L 56-55 Jan. 30 H New Orleans W 96-44 Feb. 6 H Louisiana College W 87-49 Feb. 10 H Northwestern St. W 83-71 Feb. 13 N Southern W 81-69 Feb. 14 N Northwestern St. L 84-73 Feb. 14 N Southern L 75-70 Feb. 17 A Southeastern La. L 76-72 Feb. 18 A LSU W 64-49 Feb. 21 N UL-Monroe W 63-61 Feb. 21 N McNeese St. W 64-53 Feb. 21 A Northwestern St. W 85-76 Feb. 25 A UL-Monroe L 73-66 Feb. 26 H UL-Lafayette W 93-65 LAIAW St. TOURNAMENT March 4 N UL-Lafayette W 84-62 March 5 N Northwestern St. L 83-80 March 6 N UL-Monroe W 69-64

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1976-77 (22-9)

L 85-77

Starters: C-Elinor Griffin 16.0, 13.3 F-Kay Ford 15.7, 7.5 F-Belinda Jones 14.4, 5.0 G-Jane Ellen Cook 13.1, 4.3 G-Mickie DeMoss 5.1, 1.5 Top Subs: Marilyn Norris 9.4, 6.5 Judy Smith 3.0, 1.6 Coach: Sonja Hogg Nov. 30 H Panola Jr. Col W 78-69 Dec. 2 H Northwestern St. W 88-70 Dec. 7 A Ouachita Baptist W 88-40 Jan. 11 H Mississippi College L 78-75 Jan. 13 H Southeastern La. L 104-102OT Jan. 17 A Panola Jr College W 80-60 Jan. 17 A Northwestern St. W 101-83 Jan. 19 A #2 Delta St. L 95-78 Jan. 22 H LSU W 86-73 Jan. 26 H UL-Monroe W 99-75 Jan. 28 A Nicholls St. W 90-67 Feb. 1 A LSU L 92-72 Feb. 2 A Southeastern La. L 106-96 Feb. 5 H Nicholls St. W 94-50 Feb. 9 H Louisiana College W 72-58 Feb. 11 N Southwest Texas W 85-53 Feb. 11 N Texas L 84-59 Feb. 12 N Northwestern St. W 67-59 Feb. 12 N Texas A & M W 69-67 Feb. 14 A Mississippi College L 117-108 Feb. 16 A UL-Monroe W 95-73 Feb. 18 A Louisiana College W 98-42 LAIAW St. TOURNAMENT Feb. 23 H Tulane W 99-52 Feb. 24 H Northwestern St. W 93-74 Feb. 25 H LSU W 101-88 Feb. 26 H Northwestern St. W 80-72 AIAW REGION 4 TOURNAMENT March 9 N Oklahoma St. W 93-74 March 10 N Baylor L 84-78 March 10 N Texas-Arlington W 106-70 March 11 N Northwestern St. W 89-81 March 12 N #18 Texas L 94-85

1977-78 (20-8)

Starters: C-Elinor Griffin 19.4, 12.6 G-Jane Ellen Cook 13.9, 4.5 F-Belinda Jones 13.0, 5.6 F-Kay Ford 2.5, 6.9 G-Mary Nell Kendrick 4.0, 2.9 Top Subs: Marilyn Norris 9.4, 6.5 Judy Smith 3.0, 1.6 Coach: Sonja Hogg Nov. 15 A Panola Jr Col W 71-66 Nov. 24 N Texas Tech W 59-54 Nov. 25 N Kansas St. W 90-82OT Nov. 26 A #3 Wayland Baptist L 75-61 Nov. 29 H Panola Jr College W 83-67 Dec. 5 A #4 Delta St. L 67-62 Dec. 8 H Louisiana College W 92-72 Dec. 12 H UL-Monroe W 96-67 Dec. 16 A McNeese St. W 88-67 Jan. 12 H UL-Lafayette W 102-45 Jan. 14 H Mississippi College W 91-74 Jan. 16 A Northwestern St. W 97-75 Jan. 21 A #15 Stephen F. Austin L 80-67 Jan. 23 A Mississippi College L 75-73 Jan. 31 H Northwestern St. W 92-69 Feb. 2 A Louisiana College W 76-64 Feb. 6 H McNeese St. W 90-69 Feb. 7 A Belhaven College W 78-65

Feb. 11 H #17 Stephen F. Austin W 74-73 Feb. 14 H #5 Delta St. L 74-71 Feb. 16 A UL-Monroe W 84-80 LAIAW St. TOURNAMENT Feb. 23 N UL-Lafayette W 84-52 Feb. 24 A Southern W 89-62 Feb. 25 A #2 LSU L 77-59 AIAW REGION 4 TOURNAMENT March 8 N Baylor W 91-78 March 9 N Oral Roberts W 80-61 March 10 N #3 Wayland Baptist L 87-81 March 11 N #2 LSU L 78-76

1978-79 (34-4)

Starters: C-Elinor Griffin 17.8, 11.1 G-Angela Turner 16.0, 6.5 G-Jane Ellen Cook 11.6, 3.7 F-Kay Ford 7.2, 5.5 G-Mary Nell Kendrick 3.9, 7.2apg Top Subs: Pam Kelly 19.0, 9.8 Angie Donner 2.6, 2.0 Coach: Sonja Hogg Nov. 19 A Nicholls St. W 90-51 Nov. 20 A UL-Lafayette W 88-44 Nov. 28 A Louisiana College W 61-52 Nov. 30 H Arkansas W 82-28 Dec. 1 H Memphis W 76-57 Dec. 5 H UL-Monroe W 86-50 Dec. 6 A Northwestern St. W 104-61 Dec. 14 N Central Missouri W 81-63 Dec. 14 A Miss. Women’s Univ. W 83-75 Dec. 15 N #13 Valdosta St. L 85-82 Dec. 16 N #1 Tennessee W 64-56 Dec. 30 A McNeese St. L 71-70 Jan. 10 A Pepperdine W 87-63 Jan. 12 A #10 UCLA W 85-81 Jan. 13 A Southern Cal W 76-68 Jan. 16 H Louisiana College W 98-45 Jan. 19 H #2 Stephen F. Austin W 76-68 Jan. 23 H McNeese St. W 101-46 Jan. 27 A #6 Wayland Baptist W 75-64 Jan. 30 H Belhaven College W 81-50 Feb. 2 N SMU W 72-50 Feb. 3 A Mississippi College W 81-80 Feb. 7 A UL-Monroe W 77-65 Feb. 8 H Wayland Baptist W 78-56 Feb. 10 A #2 Stephen F. Austin L 83-82 Feb. 12 H Northwestern St. W 89-66 Feb. 14 H #14 Delta St. W 89-66 LAIAW St. TOURNAMENT Feb. 22 N UL-Lafayette W 74-41 Feb. 23 N Southern W 105-83 Feb. 24 N LSU W 96-80 AIAW REGION 4 TOURNAMENT ??? N Texas A&M W 85-72 ??? N UL-Monroe W 90-68 ??? N #3 Texas W 77-74 March 10 N #11 Wayland Baptist W 72-59 AIAW NATIONAL TOURNAMENT March 16 N #14 Kansas W 100-61 March 17 N #18 Northwestern W 88-52 March 23 N ✩#3 Tennessee W 102-84 March 25 N ★#1 Old Dominion L 75-65 1979-80 (40-5) Starters: C-Pam Kelly 20.7, 10.9 G-Angela Turner 18.2, 7.0 F-Lori Scott 11.5, 9.2 F-Tia Sossamon 9.9, 5.8 G-Jennifer White 9.6, 8.1apg Top Subs: Janice Mulford 11.8, 6.8 Julie Wilkerson 4.0, 3.3

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1982-83 (31-2)

Starters: F-Janice Lawerence 20.7, 9.1 C-Debra Rodman 13.3, 10.7 F-Lori Scott 12.9, 6.5 G-Kim Mulkey 6.7, 7.0apg G-Jennifer White 6.6, 5.0apg Top Subs: Pam Gant 8.9, 2.6 Tia Sossamon 8.3, 4.4

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Starters: C-Pam Kelly 20.3, 9.1 F-Janice Lawerence 14.7, 7.0 G-Angela Turner 10.4, 4.9 F-Lori Scott 10.1, 7.4 G-Kim Mulkey 5.6, 5.6apg Top Subs: Debra Rodman 9.1, 7.9 Jennifer White 3.8, 4.1apg NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach: Sonja Hogg Nov. 26 N Illinois St. W 71-56 Nov. 27 N #18 Stephen F. Austin W 97-59 Nov. 28 N #15 Kansas W 70-39 Dec. 1 H Mississippi College W 100-55 Dec. 4 A New Orleans W 106-59 Dec. 5 A McNeese St. W 80-38 Dec. 10 H Valdosta State W 97-54 Dec. 11 H Tulane W 103-50 Dec. 12 H Illinois St. W 67-42 Dec. 19 N #6 Rutgers W 83-73 Dec. 20 N #3 Old Dominion W 68-51 Jan. 6 H UL-Monroe W 102-47 Jan. 8 A #2 South Carolina W 71-58 Jan. 10 A #20 Tennessee W 72-64 Jan. 15 H Montclair St. W 95-48 Jan. 16 A #17 Stephen F. Austin W 69-59 Jan. 19 H #10 Long Beach St. W 74-46 Jan. 22 H Oral Roberts W 94-53 Jan. 25 A Clemson W 68-63 Jan. 27 N #16 Georgia W 83-60 Jan. 29 A #7 Old Dominion L 61-58 Feb. 1 A #5 Maryland W 73-56 Feb. 4 A UL-Monroe W 93-40 Feb. 6 H Baylor W 104-61 Feb. 12 H Stephen F. Austin W 105-58 Feb. 15 H Alcorn St. W 108-47 Feb. 17 H McNeese St. W 113-60 Feb. 20 H UCLA W 103-63 Feb. 22 A Oklahoma W 101-57 Feb. 23 A Oral Roberts W 89-51 March 2 A Mississippi College W 94-52 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 12 H Tennessee Tech W 114-53 March 18 H #17 Arizona St. W 92-54 March 20 H #14 Kentucky W 82-60 March 26 N ✩#8 Tennessee W 69-46 March 28 N ★#2 Cheyney St. W 76-62

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NATIONAL FINALISTS Coaches: Sonja Hogg & Leon Barmore Nov. 30 A Mississippi College W 95-62 Dec. 4 H #1 Southern Cal L 64-58 Dec. 9 H Alabama W 83-56 Dec. 10 H Northwestern W 86-54 Dec. 11 H #8 Cheyney St. W 60-45 Dec. 14 H #9 Tennessee W 80-64 Dec. 19 N Washington W 103-51 Dec. 20 N #6 Texas W 86-64 Dec. 21 N #7 Long Beach St. W 91-59 Jan. 3 H Jackson St. W 80-42 Jan. 6 H #5 Old Dominion W 69-48 Jan. 8 H Arkansas W 74-34 Jan. 10 H Clemson W 98-71 Jan. 13 A UL-Monroe W 88-77 Jan. 15 H #19 South Carolina W 94-54 Jan. 17 H McNeese St. W 98-53 Jan. 22 N #1 Southern Cal W 58-56 Jan. 24 A #12 Long Beach St. W 74-57 Jan. 26 A #15 UCLA W 84-59 Jan. 28 A UNLV W 79-58 Feb. 7 H Memphis W 64-56 Feb. 9 H UL-Monroe W 104-58 Feb. 11 A Notre Dame W 81-39 Feb. 13 A Illinois St. W 81-66 Feb. 16 A Alcorn St. W 84-50 Feb. 18 H Stephen F. Austin W 81-56 Feb. 21 H Oklahoma W 105-75 March 10 H New Orleans W 84-49 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 17 H Middle Tennessee W 91-59 March 25 H #14 Auburn W 81-54 March 27 H #3 Texas W 72-58 April 1 A ✩#4 Old Dominion W 71-55 April 3 N ★#2 Southern Cal L 69-67 1983-84 (30-3) Starters: F-Janice Lawerence 21.3, 8.1 G-Pam Gant 16.3, 3.3 C-Debra Rodman 9.2, 9.4 G-Kim Mulkey 8.8, 7.3apg F-Pam Crawford 6.3, 3.4 Top Subs: Tori Harrison 9.4, 6.6 Stacey Davis 5.0, 3.9 Coaches: Sonja Hogg & Leon Barmore Nov. 29 A Arkansas W 75-52 Nov. 30 H Mississippi College W 109-60 Dec. 2 H #7 Kansas W 103-71 Dec. 3 H #18 Western Kentucky W 82-50 Dec. 10 H Indiana W 76-47 Dec. 12 A Northwestern St. W 82-46 Dec. 17 N Ohio St. W 79-57 Jan. 3 H #1 Southern Cal W 75-66 Jan. 4 H UCLA W 94-58 Jan. 6 H #4 Long Beach St. W 73-57 Jan. 12 H Notre Dame W 83-56 Jan. 14 H UL-Monroe W 88-67 Jan. 18 A #12 Tennessee W 81-63 Jan. 20 N Cheyney St. W 100-72 Jan. 21 A Penn St. W 86-61 Jan. 27 A Southeastern La. W 88-45 Jan. 28 H UNLV W 90-60 Feb. 1 A UL-Monroe W 86-72 Feb. 4 A #7 Old Dominion L 64-66 Feb. 6 A #13 Auburn W 80-68 Feb. 10 A Jackson St. W 69-65 Feb. 11 A Memphis L 72-69 Feb. 16 A Stephen F. Austin W 87-58 Feb. 18 H Houston W 92-58 Feb. 21 H Oral Roberts W 98-61 Feb. 25 A Cal Poly-Pomona W 83-43 Feb. 28 A Hawaii W 95-53 Feb. 29 A Hawaii-Pacific W 97-51 March 10 A McNeese St. W 87-43 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 16 H Texas Tech W 94-68 March 23 H #8 LSU W 92-67 March 25 H #1 Texas W 85-60

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Feb. 7 H Northwestern St. W 115-67 Feb. 9 H Southeastern La. W 101-56 Feb. 12 A #17 Stephen F. Austin W 79-61 Feb. 17 A Mississippi College W 92-45 Feb. 20 A #3 Old Dominion W 75-59 LAIAW St. TOURNAMENT Feb. 26 N New Orleans W 121-59 Feb. 27 N Northwestern St. W 90-36 Feb. 28 N Southern W 86-59 AIAW REGION 4 TOURNAMENT March 12 N Oklahoma W 88-68 March 13 N Southern W 75-58 March 14 A #19 Stephen F. Austin W 98-67 AIAW NATIONAL TOURNAMENT March 21 H Jackson St. W 97-50 March 24 H #10 UCLA W 87-54 March 27 N ✩#4 Southern Cal W 66-50 March 29 N ★#2 Tennessee W 79-59

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Coach: Sonja Hogg Nov. 19 A Southeastern La. W 107-64 Nov. 22 N Ohio St. W 89-67 Nov. 23 N Kansas W 78-76 Nov. 24 A Wayland Baptist W 72-70 Nov. 29 H Mississippi St. W 89-54 Nov. 30 A #20 Oregon W 92-73 Dec. 3 A UL-Monroe W 99-61 Dec. 5 H McNeese St. W 102-76 Dec. 7 A #4 Tennessee L 73-71 Dec. 10 A Northwestern St. W 111-63 Dec. 12 H Southern W 115-76 Dec. 14 N Texas A&M W 92-60 Dec. 15 N Baylor W 100-66 Dec. 18 A #15 UNLV W 73-61 Dec. 19 N #8 Long Beach St. W 86-82 Dec. 22 A #7 Rutgers W 89-83OT Dec. 23 N #1 Old Dominion W 59-57 Jan. 3 H Northwestern St. W 93-47 Jan. 4 H #14 UCLA W 93-77 Jan. 7 H #7 Maryland W 104-71 Jan. 10 A Louisiana College W 92-64 Jan. 11 H Nebraska W 88-64 Jan. 14 A LSU W 84-56 Jan. 17 H Southeastern La. W 92-67 Jan. 18 H Nicholls St. W 108-50 Jan. 21 A #4 Stephen F. Austin L 75-71 Jan. 23 H McNeese St. W 68-62 Jan. 28 A Memphis W 96-72 Feb. 2 H UL-Monroe W 100-52 Feb. 2 H LSU W 93-61 Feb. 6 H #4 Stephen F. Austin W 82-56 Feb. 8 H #17 UNLV W 74-63 Feb. 11 A Hawaii W 103-59 Feb. 12 A Hawaii W 84-54 Feb. 16 H Louisiana College W 76-52 LAIAW St. TOURNAMENT Feb. 21 H Northwestern St. W 90-71 Feb. 22 H Southern W 93-55 Feb. 23 H McNeese St. W 78-57 AIAW REGION 4 TOURNAMENT March 6 N Texas A&M W 80-57 March 7 A LSU W 91-50 March 8 N #5 Stephen F. Austin L 73-65 AIAW NATIONAL TOURNAMENT March 15 H #12 Kansas W 81-73 March 18 H #9 Long Beach St. W 96-70 March 21 N ✩#1 Old Dominion L 73-59 March 23 N #4 South Carolina L 77-69 1980-81 (34-0) Starters: C-Pam Kelly 20.3, 9.1 F-Janice Lawerence 14.9, 8.3 G-Angela Turner 13.6, 5.4 F-Lori Scott 10.1, 7.4 G-Jennifer White 6.1, 4.1apg Top Subs: Debra Rodman 9.1, 7.9 Kim Mulkey 7.4, 5.8apg NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach: Sonja Hogg Dec. 1 A Louisiana College W 102-70 Dec. 5 H McNeese St. W 101-48 Dec. 8 H Wayland Baptist W 89-40 Dec. 9 H #6 South Carolina W 97-70 Dec. 11 A UL-Monroe W 90-50 Dec. 15 H #3 Tennessee W 77-53 Dec. 19 N #5 Kansas W 75-72 Dec. 20 N #3 Rutgers W 67-60 Jan. 6 H Mississippi College W 89-53 Jan. 10 H Southeastern La. W 110-57 Jan. 12 H Louisiana College W 100-60 Jan. 14 N Oral Roberts W 94-67 Jan. 17 H #16 Stephen F. Austin W 81-57 Jan. 22 H #2 Old Dominion W 81-47 Jan. 26 A San Francisco W 69-58 Jan. 28 A #6 Long Beach St. W 78-73 Jan. 29 A #4 UCLA W 99-61 Jan. 31 A UNLV W 97-73 Feb. 5 H UL-Monroe W 95-53

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1984-85 (29-4)

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Starters: G-Pam Gant 23.6, 4.3 C-Toni Harrison 14.5, 9.2 F-Stacey Davis 10.4, 8.0 F-Janet Karvonen 6.0, 2.4 G-T. Weatherspoon 5.9, 7.2apg Top Subs: Erica Westbrooks 7.0, 5.6 Titia Brown 5.0, 3.2 Coaches: Sonja Hogg & Leon Barmore Nov. 30 N Stephen F. Austin W 104-48 Dec. 1 A Kansas W 76-65 Dec. 5 H Southeastern La. W 92-39 Dec. 7 H Wisconsin W 86-51 Dec. 8 H Memphis W 86-54 Dec. 11 H Oklahoma St. W 73-64 Dec. 13 H #15 Tennessee W 73-57 Dec. 15 N Texas-San Antonio W 80-39 Dec. 17 A Houston W 71-58 Jan. 5 H Cal Poly-Pomona W 94-62 Jan. 7 H #10 Penn St. W 97-83 Jan. 9 H Kansas St. W 83-75 Jan. 12 H #12 Auburn W 85-65 Jan. 15 H SMU W 71-46 Jan. 17 A Stephen F. Austin W 98-58 Jan. 22 H #4 UL-Monroe W 79-77OT Jan. 26 A #8 Southern Cal W 83-792OT Jan. 29 A UCLA W 76-50 Jan. 31 A #3 Long Beach St. L 81-76 Feb. 2 A UNLV L 80-77 Feb. 6 H Middle Tennessee W 86-62 Feb. 9 H #20 Alabama W 76-51 Feb. 11 A #4 UL-Monroe L 80-67 Feb. 13 H #3 Old Dominion W 72-63 Feb. 16 A Oral Roberts W 78-59 Feb. 20 H Stephen F. Austin W 94-61 Feb. 22 N Loyola-Marymount W 79-46 Feb. 23 N North Carolina W 80-59 Feb. 24 N #9 Penn St. W 88-69 March 7 A Mississippi College W 100-68 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 15 H Illinois St. W 81-57 March 22 N #20 San Diego St. W 94-64 March 24 A #2 UL-Monroe L 85-76

1985-86 (27-5)

Starters: C-Tori Harrison 16.3, 7.7 F-Nora Lewis 13.3, 7.1 G-Angela Lawson 11.4, 4.0 G-T Weatherspoon 8.8, 7.9apg F-Stacey Davis 5.8, 6.3 Top Subs: Ericia Westbrooks 10.9, 6.5 Paulette Stall 5.9, 2.6 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 22 N Florida A&M W 61-56 Nov. 23 A Kansas St. W 73-63 Nov. 25 A Oklahoma St. W 76-68 Dec. 3 H Kansas W 83-50 Dec. 6 H Illinois St. W 92-55 Dec. 7 H Drake W 87-78 Dec. 9 A Houston L 66-60 Dec. 11 A Hawaii-Pacific W 102-31 Dec. 12 A Hawaii W 92-49 Dec. 19 H Texas A&M W 79-49 Jan. 4 H UCLA W 73-59 Jan. 6 H #2 Southern Cal W 75-53 Jan. 10 H #6 Long Beach St. W 80-68 Jan. 13 H San Diego St. W 87-43 Jan. 17 A Old Dominion W 77-70 Jan. 23 A UL-Monroe L 86-76 Jan. 25 H Miami (Fla) W 81-40 Jan. 29 A Stephen F. Austin W 73-55 Feb. 1 H Texas Tech W 77-71 Feb. 3 H Memphis W 80-63

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Feb. 6 H Mississippi College W 87-45 Feb. 10 A #14 Tennessee W 59-56 Feb. 12 A #15 Penn St. L 72-68 Feb. 15 H Creighton W 66-61 Feb. 18 H UL-Monroe L 82-74 Feb. 22 A Alabama W 82-77 Feb. 26 H Stephen F. Austin W 75-49 March 5 A UL-Lafayette W 50-42 March 7 A New Orleans W 70-50 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 15 H Washington W 79-54 March 20 A #8 Long Beach St. W 71-69 March 22 N #3 Southern Cal L 80-64

1986-87 (30-3)

Starters: C-Tori Harrison 16.8, 7.7 F-Nora Lewis 14.2, 7.8 G-Angela Lawson 11.3, 4.2 G-T Weatherspoon 9.4, 8.15apg G-Stacey Davis 4.8, 6.1 Top Subs: Erica Westbrooks 7.5, 6.1 Paulette Stall 4.7, 2.3 NATIONAL FINALISTS Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 28 N Michigan St. W 79-57 Nov. 29 N Kansas W 56-40 Dec. 5 H Central Michigan W 85-68 Dec. 6 H Kansas St. W 67-45 Dec. 10 H Oklahoma St. W 74-56 Dec. 12 N US International W 107-51 Dec. 13 A SMU W 95-54 Dec. 17 H #9 Georgia W 79-54 Dec. 20 A #8 Virginia L 77-66 Jan. 3 A Kentucky W 64-63 Jan. 6 H UL-Monroe W 82-48 Jan. 9 H UL-Lafayette W 82-36 Jan. 14 A #7 Long Beach St. L 99-95OT Jan. 16 A Northern Arizona W 76-53 Jan. 22 H Houston W 85-50 Jan. 28 A Texas Tech W 71-43 Jan. 30 A Texas A&M W 95-44 Feb. 2 H #16 Penn St. W 75-58 Feb. 7 H SMU W 78-44 Feb. 9 H #7 Tennessee W 72-60 Feb. 13 A Mississippi College W 72-41 Feb. 16 A UL-Monroe W 84-68 Feb. 19 H Stephen F. Austin W 76-42 Feb. 21 H Old Dominion W 90-57 March 1 A Drake W 55-52 March 3 A Florida Atlantic W 71-32 March 5 A Miami (Fla) W 76-58 March 9 H New Orleans W 82-52 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 14 H Northwestern W 82-60 March 19 N #16 Southern Illinois W 66-53 March 21 N #9 Iowa W 66-65 March 27 A ✩#1 Texas W 79-75 March 29 N ★#7 ennessee L 67-44

1987-88 (32-2)

Starters: F-Erica Westbrooks 14.6, 7.2 C-Venus Lacy 14.5, 9.2 F-Nora Lewis 13.6, 9.8 G-Angela Lawson 11.2, 3.6 G-T Weatherspoon 9.1, 6.0apg Top Subs: Sheila Ethridge 7.9, 3.5 Paulette Stall 6.0, 2.9 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 27 N Eastern Washington W 107-57 Nov. 28 H #15 Washington W 70-50 Dec. 4 A #11 Georgia W 79-59 Dec. 7 H #19 UNLV W 91-63 Dec. 11 H Arkansas St. W 113-50 Dec. 12 H Alcorn St. W 98-52

Dec. 15 H UL-Monroe W 81-50 Dec. 17 N Nicholls St. W 92-42 Dec. 18 N Pepperdine W 72-61 Dec. 19 A Nevada W 80-46 Jan. 4 H Kentucky W 95-63 Jan. 6 H Colorado W 66-59 Jan. 13 H Texas Tech W 107-62 Jan. 19 H Drake W 88-56 Jan. 23 H Utah W 83-58 Jan. 25 A Oklahoma St. W 85-62 Jan. 28 A Kansas St. W 77-45 Jan. 30 H Lamar W 106-49 Feb. 2 H UL-Lafayette W 88-35 Feb. 9 A #17 Stephen F. Austin W 69-51 Feb. 12 A Penn St. L 66-62 Feb. 15 A #3 Tennessee L 76-74 Feb. 20 A Old Dominion W 68-65 Feb. 22 H UTPA W 98-21 March 1 A UL-Monroe W 71-43 March 3 A Tulane W 92-62 March 5 A New Orleans W 74-57 ASC TOURNAMENT March 11 H Lamar W 93-67 March 12 H New Orleans W 86-64 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 19 H Kansas W 89-50 March 24 N #12 Mississippi W 80-60 March 26 A #4 Texas W 83-80OT April 1 N ✩#1 Tennessee W 68-59 April 3 N ★#3 Auburn W 56-54 1988-89 (32-4) Starters: F-Nora Lewis 18.3, 10.9 C-Venus Lacy 21.3, 11.9 F-Paulette Stall 10.1, 4.3 G-Sheila Ethridge 13.3, 5.4 G-Pam Wells 4.6, 5.8apg Top Subs: Shantel Hardison 8.2, 3.6 Tatia Brown 4.7, 4.5 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 25 A Hawaii W 71-52 Nov. 26 N #5 Iowa W 62-58 Nov. 27 N #1 Tennessee L 62-61OT Dec. 2 H Louisville W 77-47 Dec. 3 H Holy Cross W 79-51 Dec. 6 A UL-Monroe W 74-57 Dec. 10 H #7 Virginia W 88-66 Dec. 13 H #2 Georgia W 72-55 Dec. 16 A DePaul W 90-74 Dec. 18 A #12 Purdue W 62-49 Jan. 3 A Colorado L 61-60 Jan. 7 H #9 LSU W 87-60 Jan. 10 H UL-Monroe W 94-71 Jan. 14 A Texas Tech W 79-57 Jan. 17 H #17 Stephen F. Austin W 88-54 Jan. 20 A Memphis W 105-58 Jan. 22 A Arkansas St. W 66-33 Jan. 26 A Lamar W 67-51 Jan. 28 A UTPA W 111-28 Jan. 31 H New Orleans W 71-62 Feb. 4 H UL-Lafayette W 98-42 Feb. 9 H Old Dominion W 72-71 Feb. 11 H Arkansas St. W 91-46 Feb. 14 H #3 Tennessee L 72-65 Feb. 16 H Lamar W 99-49 Feb. 18 H UTPA W 126-25 Feb. 23 H Tulane W 77-39 Feb. 27 A LSU W 68-60 March 1 A New Orleans W 68-51 March 6 A UL-Lafayette W 86-37 ASC TOURNAMENT March 10 H Arkansas St. W 108-29 March 11 H Lamar W 109-56 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 19 H Oklahoma St. W 103-78 March 23 H LSU W 85-68 March 25 H #4 Stanford W 85-75 March 31 N ✩#2 Auburn L 76-71

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1992-93 (26-6)

Starters: G-Shantel Hardison 17.8, 8.0 G-Lisa Payne 7.2, 4.7 C-LaShawn Brown 5.1, 5.4 F-Danielle Whitehurst 8.0, 5.5 F-Amy Brown 10.1, 4.1 Top Subs: Cara Gullion 7.4, 3.3 Pam Thomas 9.6, 2.9 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 22 A #1 Tennessee L 90-70 Nov. 29 N San Diego W 77-59 Nov. 30 N #15 Connecticut L 63-61 Dec. 1 N Montana W 70-66 Dec. 6 H North Texas W 81-53 Dec. 7 H Mississippi L 63-60 Dec. 10 A UL-Monroe W 77-66 Dec. 15 A UNLV W 70-67 Dec. 18 A New Orleans W 65-60 Jan. 7 H UL-Monroe W 96-65 Jan. 11 H South Alabama W 77-54 Jan. 13 H #5 Iowa L 61-57 Jan. 16 A Lamar L 80-73 Jan. 18 A UTPA W 71-58 Jan. 23 A Arkansas St. L 73-55 Jan. 25 H UL-Lafayette W 89-49 Jan. 27 H #19 Texas Tech W 69-66 Jan. 30 H New Orleans L 69-54 Feb. 1 A UCF W 80-69 Feb. 6 H #12 Western Kentucky W 79-66 Feb. 13 A South Alabama W 70-53 Feb. 15 H Lamar W 81-80 Feb. 20 H UTPA W 89-33 Feb. 22 H Arkansas St. W 71-58 Feb. 27 A UL-Lafayette W 73-43 March 5 H UCF W 100-51 March 8 A #16 Western Kentucky L 82-63 SBC TOURNAMENT March 12 N South Alabama W 73-41 March 13 A #16 Western Kentucky L 72-66OT NCAA TOURNAMENT March 18 A Northern Illinois L 77-71OT Starters: G-Pam Thomas 8.5, 3.5apg G-Vickie Johnson 13.5, 6.3 F-D Whitehurst 13.3, 6.5 F-Amy Brown 8.5, 3.8 C-LaShawn Brown 4.9, 5.0 Top Subs: Debra Williams 9.1, 4.2 Racquel Spurlock 8.8, 6.2 Coach: Leon Barmore Dec. 4 H Alcorn St. W 110-70 Dec. 5 H #14 Alabama W 93-72 Dec. 8 A UL-Monroe L 62-51 Dec. 11 N McNeese St. W 88-52 Dec. 12 A #9 Mississippi W 68-64OT Dec. 14 H UCF W 90-39 Dec. 18 H #1 Tennessee L 83-76 Dec. 21 A #14 Texas Tech L 74-71 Jan. 2 H Louisiana College W 96-61 Jan. 5 A New Orleans W 71-62 Jan. 9 H Lamar W 71-47 Jan. 11 H UL-Monroe W 76-49

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Starters: G-Sheila Ethridge 25.2, 6.9 F-Annie Lockett 11.2, 7.1 F-D. Whitehurst 7.9, 8.0 G-Lisa Payne 6.0, 2.9apg C-Michelle Martin 4.5, 3.0 Top Subs: Cara Bullion 6.2, 3.6 Joletta Riser 4.9, 4.0 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 30 H West Virginia W 71-66 Dec. 1 H Central Michigan W 81-62 Dec. 5 A UL-Monroe W 60-57 Dec. 8 A #24 LSU L 84-75 Dec. 12 A #14 UNLV L 84-77 Dec. 28 N Notre Dame L 71-66 Dec. 29 N Arizona W 92-68 Jan. 3 H Alabama W 62-57 Jan. 5 A Arkansas St. L 76-75 Jan. 7 H UL-Monroe W 83-55 Jan. 10 H UL-Lafayette W 87-40 Jan. 14 H New Orleans W 72-58 Jan. 19 A UCF 88-54 Jan. 24 A Lamar L 83-72 Jan. 26 A UTPA W 94-64 Jan. 28 A Texas Tech L 79-67OT Feb. 2 H Arkansas St. W 79-54 Feb. 5 H #5 Tennessee L 77-74 Feb. 7 A UL-Lafayette W 74-58 Feb. 9 H Old Dominion W 76-68 Feb. 14 H #12 LSU L 76-70

1991-92 (20-10)

Jan. 14 H South Alabama W 102-55 Jan. 21 A Lamar W 85-47 Jan. 23 A UTPA W 83-43 Jan. 26 H UL-Lafayette W 94-50 Jan. 30 A Arkansas St. W 54-53 Feb. 2 A #10 Stephen F. Austin W 78-63 Feb. 6 H UTPA W 82-42 Feb. 8 A UCF W 93-37 Feb. 13 H #18 Western Kentucky W 86-77 Feb. 15 H Arkansas St. W 72-66 Feb. 20 A South Alabama W 74-53 Feb. 25 H New Orleans W 54-47 Feb. 28 A #17 Western Kentucky L 63-62 March 4 A UL-Lafayette W 89-53 SBC TOURNAMENT March 12 H New Orleans W 67-60 March 13 H #16 Western Kentucky L 81-73 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 17 H DePaul W 70-59 March 20 A #16 Texas W 82-78 March 25 N SW Missouri St W 59-43 March 27 N #1 Vanderbilt L 58-53 1993-94 (31-4) Starters: G-Pam Thomas 10.1, 4.9apg G-Vickie Johnson 14.8, 7.0 G-Debra Williams 13.2, 4.5 F-Amy Brown 9.5, 4.0 C-Racquel Spurlock 10.5, 6.2 Top Subs: LaShawn Brown 4.9, 4.5 Kendra Neal 4.5, 2.4 NATIONAL FINALISTS Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 27 N Butler W 65-61 Nov. 28 A #3 Iowa L 70-66 Dec. 3 H Texas Southern W 99-57 Dec. 4 H #25 Oklahoma St. W 75-70 Dec. 7 H UL-Monroe W 100-44 Dec. 11 A #16 Alabama L 99-77 Dec. 17 H Morgan St. W 109-21 Dec. 20 N Baylor W 78-68 Dec. 22 A #1 Tennessee L 94-60 Jan. 4 H Texas-Arlington W 81-41 Jan. 6 A UL-Lafayette W 98-44 Jan. 8 A UTPA W 104-61 Jan. 13 A New Orleans W 82-62 Jan. 15 H Lamar W 96-54 Jan. 20 H Arkansas St. W 77-65 Jan. 22 H #20 Western Kentucky W 82-50 Jan. 26 H Long Beach St. W 88-65 Jan. 29 A South Alabama W 96-43 Feb. 3 H South Alabama W 103-46 Feb. 5 A Arkansas St. W 65-45 Feb. 9 A UL-Monroe W 69-62 Feb. 12 H UL-Lafayette W 100-44 Feb. 19 H New Orleans W 68-53 Feb. 26 A #23 Western Kentucky W 87-82OT March 3 A UTPA W 91-60 March 5 A Lamar W 87-49 SBC TOURNAMENT March 10 N UTPA W 80-34 March 11 N New Orleans W 50-42 March 12 A Western Kentucky W 68-43 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 16 H SMU W 96-62 March 19 H #23 Mississippi W 82-67 March 24 N #1 Tennessee W 71-68 March 26 N #7 Southern Cal W 75-66 April 2 N ✩#16 Alabama W 69-66 April 3 N ★#4 North Carolina L 60-59

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Feb. 16 H UCF W 104-79 Feb. 19 H #20 Stephen F. Austin L 77-74OT Feb. 21 H Lamar L 90-76 Feb. 23 H UTPA W 102-45 Feb. 25 A #21 Iowa L 72-57 March 3 A New Orleans W 67-66 ASC TOURNAMENT March 8 H Arkansas St. W 83-79 March 9 H #23 Lamar W 77-76 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 13 A Cal St.-Fullerton L 84-80

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1989-90 (32-1) Starters: F-Annie Lockett 7.4, 4.7 C-Venus Lacy 24.2, 12.7 F-Barbara Bolden 8.8, 6.5 G-Sheila Ethridge 15.2, 4.9 G-Shantel Hardison 10.4, 6.8apg Top Subs: Danielle Whithurst 5.4, 3.8 Sebrena Smith 5.3, 4.3 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 24 N Prairie View A&M W 87-24 Nov. 25 A Oklahoma St. W 74-59 Dec. 1 H Mississippi Valley St. W 95-51 Dec. 2 H #10 Iowa W 85-82 Dec. 5 H UL-Monroe W 87-49 Dec. 9 A #1 Tennessee W 59-58 Dec. 14 H #19 DePaul W 89-75 Dec. 18 H #11 Purdue W 66-50 Jan. 6 H Kansas St. W 100-54 Jan. 8 A North Texas W 92-56 Jan. 11 H Texas Tech W 95-54 Jan. 14 A Old Dominion W 79-65 Jan. 18 H UTPA W 98-35 Jan. 20 H Lamar W 85-55 Jan. 23 A #9 Stephen F. Austin W 69-56 Jan. 25 H Arkansas St. W 106-36 Jan. 29 A Alabama W 66-49 Feb. 1 A UL-Lafayette W 84-35 Feb. 3 A New Orleans W 86-45 Feb. 8 A UTPA W 90-48 Feb. 10 A Lamar W 81-42 Feb. 12 A UL-Monroe W 55-44 Feb. 17 A Arkansas St. W 94-65 Feb. 20 H New Orleans W 98-60 Feb. 22 H UL-Lafayette W 101-52 Feb. 24 A Stetson W 88-46 Feb. 26 A UCF W 121-57 ASC TOURNAMENT March 9 H UL-Lafayette W 124-51 March 10 H Lamar W 79-58 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 17 H #20 Southern Miss W 89-70 March 22 N #15 Purdue W 91-47 March 24 A #8 Texas W 71-57 March 30 N ✩#9 Auburn L 81-69

1994-95 (28-5)

Starters: G-Vickie Johnson 16.4, 6.9 G-Debra Williams 13.9, 3.6 C-Racquel Spurlock 11.3, 8.4 G-Kendra Neal 7.7, 3.8 F-Amy Brown 6.5, 3.3

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Top Subs: LaShawn Brown 6.5, 6.6 Linda Watson 5.9, 2.4 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 20 N #1 Tennessee L 69-62 Nov. 27 A Long Beach St. W 88-56 Nov. 28 A San Diego W 83-51 Dec. 2 H #8 Washington W 81-47 Dec. 3 H #10 Colorado W 77-62 Dec. 6 H UL-Monroe W 89-47 Dec. 13 A Texas-Arlington W 87-46 Dec. 18 A Tennessee Tech W 62-33 Dec. 20 A Ohio St. W 98-81 Dec. 28 N Montana St. W 71-53 Dec. 30 N Marquette W 92-73 Jan. 5 A UTPA W 92-33 Jan. 7 H South Alabama W 90-45 Jan. 9 H #1 Tennessee L 62-56 Jan. 14 A Arkansas St. W 64-53 Jan. 16 H New Orleans W 108-63 Jan. 22 A #9 Western Kentucky L 79-71 Jan. 26 H Arkansas St. W 89-60 Jan. 28 H UL-Lafayette W 90-42 Feb. 2 A New Orleans W 100-52 Feb. 4 A South Alabama W 94-50 Feb. 7 H Alabama W 72-56 Feb. 10 H #9 Western Kentucky W 83-72 Feb. 16 A UL-Lafayette W 96-43 Feb. 18 A Lamar W 90-62 Feb. 25 H UTPA W 96-41 March 4 H Lamar W 105-56 SBC TOURNAMENT March 8 H UTPA W 95-34 March 9 H Arkansas St. W 72-51 March 11 H #11 Western Kentucky L 71-68 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 16 H Furman W 90-52 March 18 H Oklahoma W 48-36 March 23 N #10 Virginia L 63-62 1995-96 (31-2) Starters: G-Debra Williams 17.7, 4.8 G-Vickie Johnson 15.1, 6.8 C-Racquel Spurlock 10.9, 7.5 G-Kendra Neal 9.5, 3.0 F-Maquisha Walker 7.3, 6.2 Top Subs: Amanda Wilson 8.0, 5.2 Monica Maxwell 7.9, 5.8 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 19 N #1 Connecticut W 83-81OT Nov. 24 N Fresno St. W 77-59 Nov. 25 A #11 Colorado W 65-61 Dec. 1 H St John’s W 92-29 Dec. 2 H Massachusetts W 75-63 Dec. 7 H #22 DePaul W 90-56 Dec. 9 A SMU W 84-68 Dec. 12 H Ohio St. W 92-65 Dec. 18 A UL-Monroe W 95-37 Jan. 4 H Lamar W 97-57 Jan. 6 A Arkansas St. W 78-43 Jan. 10 H UL-Lafayette W 111-36 Jan. 13 A Lamar W 79-52 Jan. 15 A UTPA W 89-51 Jan. 17 H Tennessee Tech W 101-56 Jan. 19 H New Orleans W 103-58 Jan. 22 A #4 Tennessee L 77-72 Jan. 27 H Western Kentucky W 89-49 Feb. 1 A South Alabama W 67-46 Feb. 3 A New Orleans W 98-58 Feb. 5 H Texas-Arlington W 77-56 Feb. 9 A Western Kentucky W 72-52 Feb. 17 H South Alabama W 86-29 Feb. 24 H UTPA W 101-51 Feb. 29 A UL-Lafayette W 111-40 March 2 H Arkansas St. W 98-68 SBC TOURNAMENT March 7 H UL-Lafayette W 89-37 March 8 N Lamar W 86-46

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March 9 N Western Kentucky W 71-53 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 16 H UCF W 98-41 March 18 H Southern Miss W 84-46 March 23 N #9 Texas Tech W 66-55 March 25 N #5 Georgia L 90-76 1996-97 (31-4) Starters: C-Alisa Burras 18.2, 9.5 G-Tamicha Jackson 12.2, 2.6 F-Monica Maxwell 11.7, 6.8 F-Amanda Wilson 12.9, 8.6 G-LaQuan Stallworth 8.4, 3.2 Top Subs: Jamie Scheppmann 6.4, 4.1 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 15 H Tulane W 77-50 Nov. 17 H Arizona W 73-60 Nov. 19 H #8 North Carolina State W 71-54 Nov. 20 H #3 Tennessee W 66-64 Nov. 24 A Washington W 73-70 Nov. 29 N Eastern Kentucky W 87-46 Nov. 30 N Texas-Arlington W 80-39 Dec. 6 H San Diego W 70-33 Dec. 7 H Southern Cal W 66-47 Dec. 14 A DePaul L 70-67 Dec. 16 A Texas-Arlington W 61-54 Dec. 27 N #4 Georgia W 71-69 Dec. 28 N Southern Utah W 85-55 Jan. 4 A UL-Lafayette W 87-30 Jan. 9 A South Alabama W 72-49 Jan. 11 A New Orleans L 66-63 Jan. 19 H #18 Western Kentucky W 82-65 Jan. 23 H Lamar W 99-61 Jan. 25 H South Alabama W 88-48 Jan. 28 H SMU W 88-60 Jan. 30 H New Orleans W 96-62 Feb. 5 A Arkansas St. W 80-59 Feb. 8 H UL-Lafayette W 97-34 Feb. 10 H UTPA W 95-52 Feb. 16 A #22 Western Kentucky L 73-65 Feb. 22 H Arkansas St. W 100-55 Feb. 24 H #8 Tennessee W 98-80 Feb. 27 A Lamar W 81-44 March 1 A UTPA W 87-41 SBC TOURNAMENT March 5 N Lamar W 100-42 March 6 N New Orleans W 87-59 March 8 A #22 Western Kentucky W 80-68 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 14 H St Peter’s W 94-50 March 16 H #13 Auburn W 74-48 March 22 N #7 Florida L 71-57

1997-98 (31-4)

Starters: F-Amanda Wilson 18.9, 8.8 G-Tamicha Jackson 14.6, 3.3 C-Alisa Burras 14.2, 8.1 F-Monica Maxwell 11.9, 6.4 G-L Stallworth 11.4, 3.9 Top Subs: G-J Scheppmann 5.0, 2.7 C-Melshika Bowman 3.1, 3.4 NATIONAL FINALISTS Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 21 A #1 Tennessee L 75-61 Nov. 24 H Texas-Arlington W 83-38 Nov. 28 N UNLV W 73-43 Nov. 29 N #19 Stephen F. Austin W 85-53 Dec. 6 N Iowa W 83-58 Dec. 7 N #2 Old Dominion L 88-65 Dec. 13 H Florida St. W 86-60 Dec. 15 H UL-Monroe W 97-43 Dec. 20 A SMU W 76-74 Dec. 29 H Alcorn St. W 75-53 Dec. 30 H #10 Arizona W 75-64 Jan. 3 A South Alabama W 72-53

Jan. 8 H UL-Lafayette W 100-50 Jan. 10 A Arkansas St. W 71-67 Jan. 12 H South Alabama W 115-44 Jan. 17 H Lamar W 119-51 Jan. 21 H Penn St. W 88-58 Jan. 25 A #16 Western Kentucky L 88-86 Jan. 31 H UTPA W 103-41 Feb. 4 A Lamar W 104-53 Feb. 7 H #18 Western Kentucky W 84-76 Feb. 11 H New Orleans W 118-50 Feb. 14 A UTPA W 115-38 Feb. 21 H Arkansas St. W 89-63 Feb. 26 A UL-Lafayette W 83-36 Feb. 28 A New Orleans W 98-61 SBC TOURNAMENT March 5 H UTPA W 92-56 March 6 H New Orleans W 91-54 March 7 H #15 Western Kentucky W 69-68 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 14 H Holy Cross W 86-58 March 16 H #14 Clemson W 74-52 March 21 N #11 Alabama W 71-57 March 23 N #21 Purdue W 72-65 March 27 N ✩#10 NC State W 84-65 March 29 N ★#1 Tennessee L 93-75

1998-99 (30-3)

1999-00 (31-3)

Starters: F-Amanda Wilson 16.6, 7.9 G-Tamicha Jackson 11.6, 1.9 F-Monica Maxwell 9.8, 6.2 C-Shaka Massey 9.1, 5.3 G-L Stallworth 8.6, 4.0 Top Subs: Betty Lennox 10.1, 4.1 Christie Sides 7.3, 2.1 NATIONAL SEMIFINALIST Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 19 A Florida St. W 88-72 Nov. 25 A Nicholls St. W 87-50 Nov. 27 A Southeastern La. W 88-55 Nov. 30 H #3 Tennessee L 92-73 Dec. 4 N #18 Iowa St. W 89-60 Dec. 6 A Arizona W 85-72 Dec. 9 A UL-Monroe W 94-48 Dec. 14 A Texas-Arlington W 73-40 Dec. 16 H SMU W 91-63 Dec. 19 N #3 Purdue L 71-65 Dec. 28 H Cleveland St. W 130-55 Dec. 29 H Nicholls St. W 79-57 Jan. 7 H Florida International W 71-64 Jan. 9 A Michigan W 84-66 Jan. 14 H Arkansas St. W 94-48 Jan. 18 H #2 Connecticut W 90-76 Jan. 23 A Western Kentucky W 79-65 Jan. 27 A UL-Lafayette W 90-43 Jan. 30 H New Orleans W 110-50 Feb. 6 H South Alabama W 96-32 Feb. 9 A #24 Florida International W 80-65 Feb. 14 A Arkansas St. W 79-63 Feb. 18 H UL-Lafayette W 92-51 Feb. 20 H Western Kentucky W 95-70 Feb. 25 A South Alabama W 98-39 Feb. 27 A New Orleans W 97-57 SBC TOURNAMENT March 5 A Arkansas St. W 114-67 March 6 N #23 Florida International W 94-70 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 12 H UCF W 90-48 March 14 H #18 Penn St. W 79-62 March 20 N #21 LSU W 73-52 March 22 N #15 UCLA W 88-62 March 27 N ✩#1 Purdue L 77-63

Starters: G-Betty Lennox 17.3, 5.9 G-Tamicha Jackson 15.6, 2.6 F-Ayana Walker 10.1, 7.1 G-Christie Sides 5.8, 3.7

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Starters: C-Cheryl Ford 15.7, 12.9 F-Trina Frierson 15.0, 7.3 G-Amber Obaze 11.8, 3.8 G-Erica Smith 11.4, 4.0 G-Tasha Crain 4.9, 2.4 Top Subs: Amisha Carter 6.0, 4.9 Aarica Ray 5.9, 2.0 Coach: Kurt Budke Nov. 10 N #7 Texas Tech W 85-76 Nov. 23 A Western Kentucky L 71-57 Nov. 25 A Arkansas St. W 72-54 Dec. 4 H #4 Tennessee L 60-35 Dec. 7 A Tulane W 68-53 Dec. 9 H UL Lafayette W 81-50 Dec. 14 H Nicholls St. W 93-50 Dec. 16 H Stephen F. Austin W 80-44 Dec. 21 A New Mexico W 67-54 Jan. 4 A SMU W 74-64 Jan. 9 H San Jose St. W 83-38 Jan. 11 H Hawaii W 60-52

Starters: Amisha Carter 16.9, 10.8 Trina Frierson 16.2, 7.0 Erica Smith-Taylor 13.8, 6.3 Amber Obaze 11.6, 4.1 Tasha Crain 4.4, 2.2 Top Subs: Lakiste Barkus 8.8, 2.3 Tiffany Thompson 2.1, 2.0 Shan Moore 3.9, 2.5

Coach: Kurt Budke Nov. 21 A Stephen F. Austin W 109-60 Nov. 24 A Illinois W 67-61 Dec. 2 H Tulane W 96-37 Dec. 7 A #3 Tennessee L 85-65 Dec. 9 H UALR W 81-58 Dec. 11 H Southern W 78-29 Dec. 14 H Mississippi St. W 94-65 Dec. 21 A #6 Penn St. W 87-84 Jan. 3 A Tulsa W 63-60 Jan. 5 A Rice L 87-84OT Jan. 8 H Nevada W 110-47 Jan. 10 H Fresno St. W 81-59 Jan. 15 A San Jose St. W 84-71 Jan. 17 A Hawaii W 67-50 Jan. 24 H SMU W 88-52 Jan. 29 H Boise St. W 95-57 Jan. 31 H UTEP W 75-58 Feb. 5 A Fresno St. W 85-52 Feb. 7 A Nevada W 98-57 Feb. 12 H Hawaii W 83-45 Feb. 14 H San Jose St. W 82-51 Feb. 21 A SMU W 89-79 Feb. 26 A UTEP W 83-60 Feb. 28 A Boise St. W 80-48 March 4 H Rice W 82-70 March 6 H Tulsa W 81-57 WAC TOURNAMENT March 10 N Boise St. W 100-56 March 12 N UTEP W 74-47 March 13 N Rice W 76-52 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 20 N Montana W 81-77 March 22 N #14 Texas Tech W 81-64 March 28 N #1 Duke L 63-49 2004-05 (20-10) Starters: C-Margaret Deciman 5.9, 3.2 F-Tamika Kursh 6.5, 7.6 G-Tasha Crain 18.2, 4.5 G-Lakiste Barkus 12.5, 3.6 G-Shan Moore 10.6, 5.2 Top Subs:

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2002-03 (31-3)

2003-04 (29-3)

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Starters: G-Essence Perry 5.8, 2.9 G-Brooke Lassiter 10.2, 3.4 F-Ayana Walker 16.0, 8.5 G-Amber Obaze 9.2, 3.9 C-Takeisha Lewis 11.4, 9.0 Top Subs: Cheryl Ford 8.2, 5.1 Kenya Bibbs 9.0, 4.1 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 10 H UT-Chattanooga W 69-52 Nov. 12 H Rice W 85-54 Nov. 17 A Michigan L 69-66 Nov. 19 N #13 Virginia W 72-59 Nov. 20 A #4 Purdue W 68-63 Nov. 29 H Nicholls St. W 90-47 Dec. 2 N Indiana W 54-53 Dec. 3 A Houston L 71-52 Dec. 7 H #14 Mississippi St. W 83-65 Dec. 10 H #2 Tennessee L 70-62 Dec. 12 H Centenary W 100-34 Dec. 19 H Texas-Arlington W 89-44 Dec. 31 A Arkansas St. W 62-59 Jan. 3 H Denver W 66-46 Jan. 5 H UALR W 95-57 Jan. 7 H #1 Connecticut L 71-55 Jan. 11 A North Texas W 75-63 Jan. 13 H Arkansas St. W 82-62 Jan. 18 H Western Kentucky W 105-47 Jan. 25 A Middle Tennessee W 80-57 Jan. 27 A UALR W 83-52 Feb. 1 H Florida International W 65-58 Feb. 3 H South Alabama W 71-46 Feb. 8 A UL-Lafayette W 83-68 Feb. 10 A Western Kentucky W 67-52 Feb. 15 H Middle Tennessee W 83-64 Feb. 17 A New Mexico St. W 75-46

Jan. 16 A Nevada W 83-54 Jan. 18 A Fresno St. W 63-53 Jan. 23 H Tulsa W 75-62 Jan. 25 H Rice W 79-65 Jan. 27 H Centenary W 97-47 Jan. 30 A Boise St. W 102-66 Feb. 1 A UTEP W 68-53 Feb. 6 A Hawaii W 67-44 Feb. 8 A San Jose St. W 66-59 Feb. 13 H Fresno St. W 87-62 Feb. 15 H Nevada W 79-67 Feb. 20 A Rice W 80-63 Feb. 22 A Tulsa W 85-66 Feb. 27 H UTEP W 108-54 March 1 H Boise St. W 98-60 March 6 H SMU W 89-56 WAC TOURNAMENT March 12 N Boise State W 80-55 March 14 N Hawaii W 85-58 March 15 N Fresno St. W 89-57 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 23 H Pepperdine W 94-60 March 25 H #20 Ohio St. W 74-61 March 30 N #3 LSU L 69-63

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2000-01 (31-5)

Feb. 22 H New Orleans W 92-64 Feb. 24 A Florida International W 70-63 SBC TOURNAMENT March 3 N Western Kentucky W 86-63 March 5 N North Texas W 74-57 March 6 N Denver W 67-55 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 17 H Georgia St. W 84-48 March 19 H TCU W 80-59 March 24 N Missouri W 78-67 March 26 N #1 Connecticut L 67-48 2001-02 (25-5) G-Essence Perry 4.9, 3.3 G-Brooke Lassiter 8.5, 3.8 F-Ayana Walker 13.5, 9.2 G-Amber Obaze 12.1, 4.7 C-Cheryl Ford 11.3, 8.7 Top Subs: Erica Smith 7.9, 2.6 Catrina Frierson 7.8, 4.9 Takeisha Lewis 6.4, 4.8 Coach: Leon Barmore Nov. 16 H #17 Michigan W 81-66 Nov. 20 H McNeese St. W 88-43 Nov. 23 A #2 Tennessee L 90-75 Dec. 2 N #12 Duke L 76-64 Dec. 9 A #1 Connecticut L 74-50 Dec. 13 A Centenary W 98-44 Dec. 21 H Western Kentucky W 87-47 Dec. 22 H Arkansas St. W 87-54 Dec. 28 A Nevada W 102-58 Dec. 30 A Fresno St. W 74-50 Jan. 3 H Boise St. W 106-58 Jan. 5 H UTEP W 90-53 Jan. 10 A San Jose St. W 79-49 Jan. 13 A Hawaii W 67-55 Jan. 20 A SMU W 68-45 Jan. 24 H Tulsa W 77-46 Jan. 26 H Rice W 88-42 Jan. 31 A UTEP W 73-59 Feb. 2 A Boise St. W 78-39 Feb. 7 H Hawaii W 82-53 Feb. 9 H San Jose St. W 87-47 Feb. 16 H SMU W 82-36 Feb. 21 A Rice L 57-56 Feb. 23 A Tulsa W 67-62 Feb. 28 H Fresno St. W 70-35 March 2 H Nevada W 95-65 WAC TOURNAMENT March 6 N Boise St. W 70-53 March 8 A Tulsa W 57-42 March 9 N Hawaii W 53-50 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 15 N UC-Santa Barbara L 57-56

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Erica Taylor 11.2, 4.1 NCAA TOURNAMENT Ty Moore 5.8, 6.2 March 18 N Florida St. L 80-71 Aarica Ray-Boyd 6.2, 3.0 2006-07 (17-13) Coach: Kurt Budke Starters: Nov. 24 A Mississippi W, 88-70 Shan Moore 13.8, 4.4 Nov. 28 H Arkansas St. W, 67-50 Ty Moore 12.3, 9.2 Nov. 30 A Mississippi St. L, 72-55 Eboni Mangum 8.6, 2.3 Dec. 2 H Western Kentucky W, 73-60 OT Amber Metoyer 6.0, 6.9 Dec. 4 H Illinois L, 71-65 Dec. 13 A Alcorn St. W, 62-61 Tamika Kursh 5.6, 5.2 Dec. 15 H #9 Tennessee L, 70-59 Top Subs: Dec. 18 N Oklahoma L, 86-59 Jo Sneed 7.7, 5.2 Dec. 30 H Tulsa W, 63-47 Sierra Nixon 4.0, 2.1 Jan. 1 H Rice W, 76-66 Shanavia Dowdell 3.9, 2.4 Jan. 6 A Nevada W, 69-52 Jan. 8 A Fresno St. W, 80-70 Coach: Chris Long Jan. 13 H San Jose St. W, 66-52 Nov. 11 H Western Kentucky L 73-60 Jan. 15 H Hawaii W, 68-54 Nov. 17 A Stephen F. Austin L 65-55 Jan. 22 A SMU W, 69-62 Nov. 21 A Iowa W 77-59 Jan. 27 A Boise St. L, 62-59 Nov. 24 N Eastern Kentucky L 86-84 Jan. 29 A UTEP W, 82-69 Nov. 25 N Grambling St. W 70-50 Feb. 3 H Fresno St. W, 86-76 Nov. 28 H #4 Tennessee L 71-50 Feb. 5 H Nevada W, 108-72 Dec. 3 A Arizona L 74-59 OT Feb. 10 A Hawaii L, 79-78 Dec. 5 H Kansas St. L 64-61 Feb. 12 A San Jose St. W, 80-51 Dec. 8 A UL-Monroe L 58-54 Feb. 19 H SMU W, 77-63 Dec. 13 A Mississippi St. W 60-54 Feb. 24 H UTEP W, 81-66 Dec. 16 H Alabama W 66-57 Feb. 26 H Boise St. W, 85-48 Dec. 21 H Rice W 86-58 March 3 A Rice L, 83-69 Dec. 30 N #6 LSU L 61-44 March 15 A Tulsa L, 74-70 Jan. 4 A San Jose St. W 65-52 WAC Tournament Jan. 6 A Hawaii W 64-53 March 9 N Boise St. W, 81-68 Jan. 13 H Boise St. L 68-47 2OT March 11 N Fresno St. W, 92-87 Jan. 15 H Utah St. W 69-54 March 12 N Rice L, 86-66 Jan. 18 H Nevada L 55-54 NCAA Tournament Jan. 21 A Idaho W 87-66 March 20 N #15 Temple L, 66-61 Jan. 27 H Fresno St. W 78-40 Feb. 1 A Nevada W 73-62 2005-06 (26-5) Feb. 3 A Boise St. W 79-63 Feb. 8 H San Jose St. W 71-61 Starters: Feb. 10 H Hawaii L 60-59 Aarica Ray-Boyd 14.2, 4.5 Feb. 14 A New Mexico St. W 69-53 Tasha Williams 12.9, 5.2 Feb. 17 H Idaho W 78-71 Ty Moore 10.8, 9.2 Feb. 22 A Fresno St. L 72-57 Shan Moore 10.8, 5.1 Feb. 24 A Utah St. W 71-58 Tamika Kursh 6.6, 5.4 Feb. 28 H New Mexico St. W 74-56 Top Subs: WAC TOURNAMENT Eboni Mangum 7.5, 2.6 March 7 A New Mexico St. L 63-57 Amber Metoyer 4.8, 4.5 2007-08 (16-15) Margaret DeCiman 3.2, 2.2 Starters: Coach: Chris Long Jo Sneed 15.5, 10.3 Nov. 19 A Western Kentucky L 80-59 Shanavia Dowdell 12.3, 7.5 Nov. 22 H Iowa W 95-912OT Dec. 2 N Texas San-Antonio W 75-67 Tarkeisha Wysinger 9.0, 5.6 Dec. 3 A Rice W 79-75 Nastassja Levingston 8.2, 1.5 Dec. 6 A Kansas St. L 77-66 Tiawana Pringle 6.1, 2.8 Dec. 10 H Grambling St. W 84-55 Top Subs: Dec. 13 H Mississippi St. W 52-41 Adrienne Johnson 7.8, 5.3 Dec. 15 A #1 Tennessee L 83-59 April Williams 2.1, 1.9 Dec. 20 H #24 Mississippi W 84-71 Shordy Mulford 1.2, 0.7 Dec. 22 H Alcorn St. W 77-44 Dec. 29 A Arkansas St. W 76-64 Coach: Chris Long Jan. 5 H Boise St. W 75-61 Nov. 20 A Western Kentucky L 87-76 Jan. 7 H Idaho W 75-68 Nov. 23 N Northwestern St. W 92-57 Jan. 12 A Hawaii W 71-66OT Nov. 24 A Memphis W 82-77 Jan. 14 A Fresno St. L 67-58 Nov. 26 A #1 Tennessee L 81-60 Jan. 21 A New Mexico St. W 79-72 Dec. 1 H Stephen F. Austin W 82-60 Jan. 26 H San Jose St. W 74-51 Dec. 5 A Alabama W 62-61 Jan. 28 H Fresno St. W 70-61 Dec. 8 H Southern Miss L 76-62 Feb. 2 A Nevada W 72-57 Dec. 11 H UL-Monroe L 71-50 Feb. 4 A Utah St. W 73-56 Dec. 13 H Mississippi St. L 63-50 Feb. 9 H Nevada W 75-34 Dec. 16 H #8 LSU L 76-45 Feb. 11 H Utah St. W 88-54 Dec. 20 A UALR L 70-60 Feb. 16 A San Jose St. W 78-48 Dec. 29 A Sam Houston St. W 93-58 Feb. 18 A Boise St. W 72-59 Dec. 31 H McNeese St. W 88-43 Feb. 23 H New Mexico St. W 77-53 Jan. 3 A Fresno St. L 75-52 Feb. 27 A Idaho W 55-40 Jan. 9 H Idaho W 61-39 March 4 H Hawaii W 91-52 Jan. 12 H Boise St. L 85-68 WAC TOURNAMENT Jan. 19 H New Mexico St. W 57-50 March 8 H Idaho W 80-57 Jan. 24 A Nevada L 74-70 March 10 N Nevada W 69-60 Jan. 26 A Utah St. W 71-56 March 11 N New Mexico St. W 63-39 Feb. 2 H Hawaii W 90-53

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NIT Tournament March 19 H SMU W, 77-54 March 24 A Illinois State L, 73-59

2009-10 (23-9)

Starters: Shanavia Dowdell 18.0, 12.4 Adrienne Johnson 16.0, 7.2 Whitney Jones 10.3, 3.5 Tiawana Pringle 4.9, 2.3 Jasmine Bendolph 7.8, 3.1 Top Subs: Tarkeisha Wysinger 8.1, 4.6 Brietta Thomas 5.7, 2.8 Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon Nov. 13 H Centenary W, 88-41 Nov. 20 A Nicholls State W, 90-50 Nov. 24 A Arkansas State W, 71-59 Dec. 1 H #7 LSU L, 77-74 Dec. 5 A #8 Baylor L, 77-67

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2013-14 (14-17)

Starters: Kelia Shelton 13.6, 6.7 Whitney Frazier 11.7, 6.0 Brittany Lewis 11.1, 5.9 Lulu Perry 10.2 , 3.5 Janay Borum 4.7, 4.0 Top Subs: Jelena Vucinic 4.3, 2.0 Brittany Jefferson 4.1, 2.2 Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon Nov. 9 A Tulane L, 66-59 Nov. 12 H South Carolina L, 82-58 Nov. 16 A Mississippi State L, 57-55 Nov. 20 H Central Arkansas W, 65-63 Dec. 1 H Ole Miss W, 57-54 Dec. 4 A #25 Texas A&M L, 77-26 Dec. 9 N Rutgers L, 73-46 Dec. 12 H McNeese State W, 52-50 Dec. 14 H Oral Roberts W, 61-59 Dec. 16 A LSU L, 77-55 Dec. 29 A Denver W, 82-772OT Dec. 31 A New Mexico State L, 71-67 Jan. 5 H UT Arlington W, 65-58 Jan. 10 H Texas State W, 71-58 Jan. 12 H UTSA L, 51-50 Jan. 17 A Idaho W, 67-58 Jan. 19 A Seattle L, 64-47 Jan. 24 H San Jose State W, 94-80 Jan. 26 H Utah State L, 76-75OT Jan. 30 A UALR L, 74-52 Feb. 2 A UT Arlington W, 78-62 Feb. 7 A UTSA W, 78-72 Feb. 9 A Texas State L, 68-63

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Year-by-Year Conference Champions Year Conf.

Regular Season Tournament

87-88 Am. South LA Tech

LA Tech

88-89 Am. South LA Tech

LA Tech

89-90 Am. South LA Tech

LA Tech

90-91 Am. South Lamar

LA Tech

91-92 Sun Belt Lamar

W. Kentucky

92-93 Sun Belt LA Tech

W. Kentucky

W. Kentucky

93-94 Sun Belt LA Tech

LA Tech

94-95 Sun Belt LA Tech

W. Kentucky

95-96 Sun Belt LA Tech

LA Tech

96-97 Sun Belt LA Tech

LA Tech

W. Kentucky

97-98 Sun Belt LA Tech

LA Tech

98-99 Sun Belt LA Tech

LA Tech

99-00 Sun Belt LA Tech

LA Tech

00-01 Sun Belt LA Tech (East)

LA Tech

Denver (West)

01-02 WAC

LA Tech

LA Tech

02-03 WAC

Louisiana Tech

LA Tech

03-04 WAC

LA Tech

LA Tech

04-05 WAC

LA Tech

Rice

Rice

05-06 WAC

LA Tech

LA Tech

06-07 WAC

LA Tech

Boise State

Boise State

07-08 WAC

Fresno State Fresno State

Boise State

08-09 WAC

LA Tech

Fresno State

09-10 WAC

Fresno State

10-11 WAC

LA Tech

11-12 WAC

Fresno State Fresno State

12-13 WAC

Seattle

B A S K E T B A L L

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Starters: Shantale Bramble-Donaldson 11.1, 8.4 Jasmine Bendolph 10.6, 5.8 apg Whitney Jones 9.2 , 4.0 Whitney Frazier 9.2, 4.3 Angie Felton 7.1, 2.4 Top Subs: Kiara Young 6.9, 4.4 Tavasha Anderson 4.9, 2.2 Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon Nov. 11 H Missouri State L, 78-65 Nov. 19 A Oral Roberts L, 92-71 Nov. 22 H UALR W, 64-48 Nov. 24 N Seton Hall L, 72-69 Nov. 25 N Old Dominion W, 84-71 Nov. 26 N Alabama L, 67-59 Dec. 2 H Tulane L, 61-52 Dec. 5 A Western Kentucky L, 69-54 Dec. 7 A Houston W, 79-53 Dec. 11 H Mississippi State W, 63-62 Dec. 13 A Arkansas State W, 69-59 Dec. 17 N Memphis L, 86-67 Dec. 18 N Prairie View W, 89-83 (3OT) Dec. 21 H Tennessee Tech W, 82-64 Dec. 29 H LSU L, 66-55 Jan. 12 H Idaho W, 66-54 Jan. 14 H Utah State L, 79-62 Jan. 19 A Hawaii L, 61-46 Jan. 21 A San Jose State W, 70-64 Jan. 28 A New Mexico State W, 69-42 Feb. 2 H Nevada W, 77-63 Feb. 4 H Fresno State L, 61-59 Feb. 9 A Utah State W, 82-76 Feb. 11 A Idaho W, 61-57 Feb. 16 H San Jose State W, 73-68 Feb. 18 H Hawaii L, 61-49 Feb. 25 H New Mexico State W, 64-50 March 1 A Fresno State L, 65-62 March 3 A Nevada L, 76-72 WAC TOURNAMENT March 7 N Hawaii W, 63-54 March 9 N Utah State W, 73-69 March 10 N Fresno State L, 89-61

Feb. 14 H Seattle L, 87-74 Feb. 16 H Idaho W, 64-62 Feb. 28 A Utah State L, 70-56 Mar. 2 A San Jose State L, 60-58 Mar. 7 H New Mexico State L, 66-56 Mar. 9 H Denver W, 69-51 WAC TOURNAMENT Mar. 13 N UTSA W, 85-58 Mar. 15 N Seattle L, 80-61

2 0 1 3 - 1 4

Starters: Adrienne Johnson 21.9, 9.4 Tarkeisha Wysinger 11.4, 5.8 Whitney Jones 10.0, 3.1 Jasmine Bendolph 8.0, 3.6 Shantale Bramble-Donaldson 7.4, 4.8 Top Subs: Brietta Thomas 6.0, 2.9 Kiara Young 5.7, 4.5 Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon Nov. 13 H Prairie View W, 79-46 Nov. 16 H Western Kentucky W, 71-55 Nov. 19 A UALR L, 59-55 Nov. 23 H Houston L, 70-66 Nov. 27 A Missouri State L, 62-53 Dec. 1 A Mississippi State W, 69-61 Dec. 12 H Southern W, 52-44 Dec. 15 H Arkansas State W, 84-54 Dec. 17 A Tulane W, 78-72 Dec. 19 A LSU L, 68-53 Dec. 29 N Georgia W, 77-62 Dec. 30 N Marquette L, 83-75 Jan. 2 H Southern Miss W, 83-61 Jan. 6 A San Jose State W, 69-34 Jan. 8 A Hawaii W, 74-69OT Jan. 13 A Fresno State W, 94-923OT Jan. 20 H Utah State W, 91-74 Jan. 22 H Nevada W, 67-43 Jan. 27 A Idaho W, 63-56 Jan. 29 A Boise State W, 93-86 Feb. 5 H Fresno State W, 90-84OT Feb. 7 H New Mexico State W, 85-63 Feb. 12 A New Mexico State W, 88-79 Feb. 17 H Hawaii W, 76-50 Feb. 19 H San Jose State W, 62-53 Feb. 26 A Utah State W, 78-70 Feb. 28 A Nevada L, 71-66 March 3 H Boise State W, 86-72 March 5 H Idaho W, 65-55 WAC TOURNAMENT March 11 N Nevada W, 66-59 March 12 N Fresno St. L, 78-76 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 20 N Rutgers L, 76-51

T E C H S T E R

2010-11 (24-8)

2011-12 (17-15)

L A D Y

Dec. 9 A Western Kentucky W, 63-52 Dec. 12 H Mississippi State L, 72-68 Dec. 16 H McNeese State W, 94-61 Dec. 22 H Memphis W, 86-76 Dec. 29 N Stephen F. Austin W, 65-61 Dec. 30 A UTSA W, 82-72 Jan. 3 A Southern Miss W, 76-68 Jan. 6 H Utah State L, 69-66 Jan. 13 A San Jose State W, 92-48 Jan. 16 H New Mexico St. W, 78-64 Jan. 21 H Hawaii W, 75-62 Jan. 23 A Fresno State L, 71-61 Jan. 26 A Nevada L, 69-56 Jan. 30 H Idaho W, 74-71OT Feb. 3 H Boise State W, 75-53 Feb. 6 A Utah State W, 74-54 Feb. 14 H San Jose State W, 81-66 Feb. 17 A New Mexico St. W, 62-55 Feb. 20 A Hawaii W, 79-71 Feb. 24 H Fresno State L, 81-78OT Feb. 27 H Nevada W, 69-56 March 3 A Idaho W, 63-56 March 6 A Boise State L, 74-65 WAC TOURNAMENT March 10 N Utah State W, 82-65 March 12 A Nevada W, 80-77 March 13 N Fresno St. W, 68-66 NCAA TOURNAMENT March 20 A #8 Florida State L, 75-61

Fresno State LA Tech Fresno State Idaho

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Year-by-Year Coaching Results

L A D Y

T E C H S T E R

2 0 1 3 - 1 4

B A S K E T B A L L

Sonja Hogg 1974-85 (307-55)

Leon Barmore 1982-2002 (576-87)

Kurt Budke 2002-2005 (80-16)

Overall Season Head Coach Record Conference Conf. Record 1974-75 Sonja Hogg 13-9 NA - 1975-76 Sonja Hogg 19-10 NA - 1976-77 Sonja Hogg 22-9 NA - 1977-78 Sonja Hogg 20-8 NA - 1978-79 Sonja Hogg 34-4 NA - 1979-80 Sonja Hogg 40-5 NA - 1980-81 Sonja Hogg 34-0 NA - 1981-82 Sonja Hogg 35-1 NA - 1982-83 Sonja Hogg 31-2 NA - Leon Barmore 1983-84 Sonja Hogg 30-3 NA - Leon Barmore 1984-85 Sonja Hogg 29-4 NA - Leon Barmore 1985-86 Leon Barmore 27-5 NA - 1986-87 Leon Barmore 30-3 NA - 1987-88 Leon Barmore 32-2 ASC 9-0 1988-89 Leon Barmore 32-4 ASC 10-0 1989-90 Leon Barmore 32-1 ASC 10-0 1990-91 Leon Barmore 18-12 ASC 9-3 1991-92 Leon Barmore 20-10 SBC 12-4 1992-93 Leon Barmore 26-6 SBC 13-1 1993-94 Leon Barmore 31-4 SBC 14-0 1994-95 Leon Barmore 28-5 SBC 13-1 1995-96 Leon Barmore 31-2 SBC 14-0 1996-97 Leon Barmore 31-4 SBC 12-2 1997-98 Leon Barmore 31-4 SBC 13-1 1998-99 Leon Barmore 30-3 SBC 12-0 1999-00 Leon Barmore 31-3 SBC 16-0 2000-01 Leon Barmore 31-5 SBC 16-0 2001-02 Leon Barmore 25-5 WAC 17-1 2002-03 Kurt Budke 31-3 WAC 18-0 2003-04 Kurt Budke 29-3 WAC 17-1 2004-05 Kurt Budke 20-10 WAC 14-4 2005-06 Chris Long 26-5 WAC 15-1 2006-07 Chris Long 17-13 WAC 12-4 2007-08 Chris Long 16-15 WAC 9-7 2008-09 Chris Long 12-11 WAC 5-4 2008-09 Teresa Weatherspoon 9-2 WAC 7-0 2009-10 Teresa Weatherspoon 23-9 WAC 11-5 2010-11 Teresa Weatherspoon 24-8 WAC 15-1 2011-12 Teresa Weatherspoon 17-15 WAC 8-6 2012-13 Teresa Weatherspoon 14-17 WAC 9-9 * Conference Tournament Champs

Chris Long 2005-09 (71-44)

Teresa Weatherspoon 2009-Present (87-51)

Conf. Finish - - - - - - - - -

Post-Season AIAW State Tournament AIAW State Tournament AIAW Region 4 Tournament AIAW Region 4 Tournament AIAW National Runners-up AIAW Final Four AIAW National Champions NCAA National Champions NCAA National Runners-up

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NCAA Final Four

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NCAA Elite Eight

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NCAA Elite Eight NCAA National Runners-up NCAA National Champions NCAA Final Four NCAA Final Four NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA Elite Eight NCAA National Runners-up NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Elite Eight NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA National Runners-up NCAA Final Four NCAA Elite Eight NCAA Elite Eight NCAA First Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA First Round NCAA First Round WNIT Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round -

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Series Records Opponent

Record Stk

Akron

First

Last

1-0 +1 1999-00 1999-00

Alabama

11-2 -1 1982-83 2011-12

Kansas Kansas State Kentucky

10-0 +10 1978-79 1987-88 6-2 -2 1977-78 2006-07 3-0 +3 1981-82 1987-88

Rice

9-4 +2 2000-01 2006-07

Rutgers

3-2 -2 1979-80 2012-13

Sam Houston State 2-0 +2 2007-08 2008-09

Alcorn State

8-0 +8 1981-82 2005-06

Lamar

24-3 +15 1987-88 1997-98

San Diego

3-0 +3 1991-92 1996-97

Allen White (Lafayette AAU)

1-0 +1 1974-75 1974-75

Long Beach State

11-2 +2 1979-80 1994-95

San Diego State

2-0 +2 1984-85 1985-86

Arizona

5-1 +1 1990-91 2008-09

Louisiana College 12-0 +12 1975-76 1992-93

San Francisco

1-0 +1 1980-81 1980-81

UL-Lafayette

38-0 +38 1975-76 2002-03

San Jose State

23-1 -1 2001-02 2012-13

Arizona State

1-0 +1 1981-82 1981-82

UL-Monroe

44-9 -2 1974-75 2007-08

Seton Hall

Arkansas

3-0 +3 1978-79 1983-84

LSU

14-14 -8 1974-75 2012-13

South Alabama

21-0 +21 1991-92 2000-01

1-0 +1 1988-89 1988-89

UALR

7-3 -1 1999-00 2012-13

Arkansas State

36-2 +28 1987-88 2011-12

0-1 -1 2011-12 2011-12

South Carolina

3-2 -1 1981-82 2012-13

Loyola-Marymount 1-0 +1 1984-85 1984-85

SE Missouri State

1-0 +1 1999-00 1999-00

Louisville

5-2 +1 1982-83 1996-97

Marquette

1-1 -1 1994-95 2010-11

Southeastern La.

7-5 +7 1974-75 1998-99

Baylor

4-2 -1 1976-77 2009-10

Maryland

2-0 +2 1979-80 1981-82

Southern

9-1 +8 1975-76 2010-11 8-4 +2 1978-79 1996-97

Belhaven College Boise State Butler

2-0 +2 1977-78 1978-79

UMBC

1-0 +1 2008-09 2008-09

Southern Cal

16-7 +2 2001-02 2010-11

Massachusetts

1-0 +1 1995-96 1995-96

Southern Illinois

1-0 +1 1993-94 1993-94

McNeese State

18-5 +2 1974-75 2012-13

1-0 +1 1986-87 1986-87

SMU

18-0 +18 1978-79 2008-09

2-0 +2 1983-84 1984-85

Memphis

8-3 -1 1979-80 2011-12

Southern Miss

0-1 -1 2001-02 2001-02

Miami (Fla.)

2-0 +2 1985-86 1986-87

Southern Utah

1-0 +1 1996-97 1996-97

Cal State-Fullerton

0-1 -1 1990-91 1990-91

Michigan

2-1 +1 1998-99 2001-02

St. John’s

1-0 +1 1995-96 1995-96

4-1 +2 1989-90 2010-11

Centenary

4-0 +4 2000-01 2009-10

Michigan State

1-0 +1 1986-87 1986-87

St. Peter’s

1-0 +1 1996-97 1996-97

UCF

9-0 +9 1989-90 1998-99

Middle Tennessee

4-0 +4 1982-83 2000-01

Stanford

1-0 +1 1988-89 1988-89

6-1 +5 1987-88 2012-13

2-0 +2 2008-09 2012-13

Mississippi

2-0 +2 1986-87 1990-91

Mississippi College 11-4 +10 1975-76 1986-87

Stetson

1-0 +1 1989-90 1989-90

Mississippi State

7-6 -1 1979-80 2012-13

Temple

0-1 -1 2004-05 2004-05

1-0 +1 1989-90 1989-90

Tennessee

Central Missouri St. 1-0 +1 1978-79 1978-79

Stephen F. Austin

26-6 +1 1977-78 2009-10

Cheyney State

3-0 +3 1981-82 1983-84

Miss. Valley State

Clemson

3-0 +3 1981-82 1997-98

Miss. Univ. of Women 1-0 +1 1978-79 1978-79

Tennessee Tech

4-0 +4 1981-82

Cleveland State

1-0 +1 1998-99 1998-99

Missouri

1-0 +1 2000-01 2000-01

Texas

8-2 +8 1976-77 1992-93

17-24 -9 1978-79 2008-09 2011-12

3-1 +2 1987-88 1995-96

Missouri State

1-2 -2 1992-93 2011-12

Texas A&M

2-5 -4 1991-92 2001-02

Montana

2-0 +2 1991-92 2003-04

Texas-Arlington

Creighton

1-0 +1 1985-86 1985-86

Montana State

1-0 +1 1994-95 1994-95

TCU

Delta State

1-3 +1 1976-77 1978-79

Montclair State

1-0 +1 1981-82 1981-82

Texas-Pan American 24-0 +24 1987-88 1997-98

6-1 -1 1976-77 2012-13 12-0 +12 1976-77 2012-13 1-0 +1 2000-01 2000-01

Denver

6-0 +6 1999-00 2012-13

Morgan State

1-0 +1 1993-94 1993-94

Texas-San Antonio

DePaul

4-1 -1 1988-89 1996-97

Nebraska

1-0 +1 1979-80 1979-80

Texas Southern

1-0 +1 1993-94 1993-94

Drake

3-0 +3 1985-86 1987-88

Nevada

Texas State

2-1 -1 1976-77 2012-13

Duke

0-2 -2 2001-02 2003-04

New Mexico

Eastern Kentucky

1-1 -1 1997-97 2006-07

New Mexico State 16-4 -2 2000-01 2012-13

Tulane

8-2 -2 1976-77 2012-13

Eastern Washington 1-0 +1 1987-88 1987-88

New Orleans

39-2 +9 1974-75 2000-01

Tulsa

8-1 -1 2001-02 2004-05

21-7 -1 1987-88 2011-12 1-0 +1 2002-03 2002-03

Texas Tech

5-1 +2 1984-85 2012-13

11-2 +2 1977-78 2003-04

Florida

0-1 -1 1996-97 1996-97

Nicholls State

15-0 +15 1974-75 2009-10

UCLA

11-0 +11 1978-79 1999-00

Florida A&M

1-0 +1 1985-86 1985-86

North Carolina

1-1 -1 1984-85 1993-94

UNLV

8-2 +2 1979-80 1997-98

Florida Atlantic

1-0 +1 1986-87 1986-87

North Carolina State 2-0 +2 1996-97 1997-98

U.S. International

1-0 +1 1986-87 1986-87

North Texas

UT-Chattanooga

1-0 +1 2000-01 2000-01

Florida International 7-0 +7 1998-99 2000-01

4-0 +4 1989-90 2000-01

Florida State

2-2 -2 1997-98 2009-10

Northern Arizona

1-0 +1 1986-87 1986-87

Utah

Fresno State

17-12 -4 1995-96 2011-12

Northern Illinois

0-1 -1 1991-92 1991-92

Utah State

3-0 +3 1978-79 1986-87

1-0 +1 1987-88 1987-88 14-4 -2 2005-06 2012-13

Furman

1-0 +1 1994-95 1994-95

Northwestern

Georgia

6-1 +2 1981-82 2010-11

Northwestern State 21-6 +17 1974-75 2007-08

Valdosta State

1-1 +1 1978-79 1981-82

Georgia State

1-0 +1 2000-01 2000-01

Notre Dame

2-1 -1 1982-83 1990-91

Vanderbilt

1-1 +1 1992-93 1999-00

3-0 +3 2005-06 2008-09

Ohio State

5-0 +5 1979-80 2002-03

Virginia

2-3 -1 1986-87 2008-09

25-5 +1 1979-80 2011-12

Oklahoma

4-1 -1 1980-81 2004-05

Washington

5-0 +5 1982-83 1996-97

8-0 +8 1976-77 1993-94

Wayland Baptist

5-2 +5 1977-78 1980-81

Grambling State Hawaii Hawaii Pacific

2-0 +2 1983-84 1985-86

Oklahoma State

Holy Cross

2-0 +2 1988-89 1997-98

Old Dominion

Houston

5-3 +1 1983-84 2011-12

Oral Roberts

Idaho

17-0 +17 2005-06 2012-13

UTEP

9-0 +9 2001-02 2004-05

15-5 +2 1978-79 2011-12

Weber State

1-0 +1 1999-00 1999-00

7-1 +1 1977-78 2012-13

West Virginia

1-0 +1 1993-94 1993-94

Oregon

1-0 +1 1979-80 1979-80

Western Kentucky 26-14 -1 1983-84 2011-12

Illinois

1-1 -1 2003-04 2004-05

Ouachita Baptist

2-0 +2 1975-76 1976-77

Wisconsin

Illinois State

5-1 -1 1981-82 2008-09

Panola Jr. College

5-1 +5 1975-76 1977-78

Indiana

2-0 +2 1983-84 2000-01

Penn State

7-3 +1 1983-84 2003-04

Iowa

6-3 +3 1986-87 2006-07

Pepperdine

3-0 +3 1978-79 2002-03

Iowa State

1-0 +1 1998-99 1998-99

Prairie View A&M

3-0 +3 1989-90 2011-12

Jackson State

3-0 +3 1980-81 1983-84

Purdue

6-2 +2 1988-89 2000-01

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Colorado Connecticut

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Central Arkansas Central Michigan

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Cal-Poly Pomona Cal-Santa Barbara

L A D Y

Auburn

1-0 +1 1984-85 1984-85 1031-244 (.808)

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All-Time Results vs. Opponents

H

L A D Y

T E C H S T E R

2 0 1 3 - 1 4

B A S K E T B A L L

Alabama (Tech 11-2) 1982-83 Tech 83-56 H 1984-85 Tech 76-51 H 1985-86 Tech 82-77 A 1989-90 Tech 66-49 A 1990-91 Tech 62-57 H 1992-93 Tech 93-72 H 1993-94 Alabama 99-77 A 1993-94 Tech 69-66 N 1994-95 Tech 72-56 H 1997-98 Tech 71-57 N 2006-07 Tech 66-57 H 2007-08 Tech 62-61 A 2011-12 Alabama 67-59 N

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Alcorn State (Tech 8-0) 1981-82 Tech 108-47 1982-83 Tech 84-50 1987-88 Tech 98-52 1992-93 Tech 110-70 1997-98 Tech 75-53 1999-00 Tech 95-53 2004-05 Tech 62-61 2005-06 Tech 77-44 Allen White (AAU) (Tech 1-0) 1974-75 Tech 80-78 Arizona (Tech 5-1) 1990-91 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 2006-07 2008-09

Tech 92-68 Tech 73-60 Tech 75-64 Tech 85-72 UA 74-59 Tech 68-53

H A H H H H A H

N

N H H A A H

Arizona State (Tech 1-0) 1981-82 Tech 92-54

H

Arkansas (Tech 3-0) 1978-79 Tech 82-28 1982-83 Tech 74-34 1983-84 Tech 75-52

H H A

UALR (Tech 7-3) 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2000-01 2003-04 2007-08 2008-09 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Tech 95-52 Tech 98-36 Tech 95-57 Tech 83-52 Tech 81-58 UALR 70-60 Tech 77-61 UALR 59-55 Tech 64-48 UALR 74-52

A H H A H A H A H A

Arkansas State (Tech 36-2) 1987-88 Tech 113-50 1988-89 Tech 66-33 1988-89 Tech 91-46 1988-89 Tech 108-29 1989-90 Tech 106-36 1989-90 Tech 94-65 1990-91 ASU 76-75 1990-91 Tech 79-54 1990-91 Tech 83-79 1991-92 ASU 73-55 1991-92 Tech 71-58 1992-93 Tech 54-53 1992-93 Tech 72-66 1993-94 Tech 77-65 1993-94 Tech 65-45 1994-95 Tech 64-53 1994-95 Tech 89-60 1994-95 Tech 72-51 1995-96 Tech 78-43

H A A H H A A H A A H A H H A A H H A

1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1997-98 1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2004-05 2005-06 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Tech 98-68 Tech 80-59 Tech 100-55 Tech 71-67 Tech 89-63 Tech 94-48 Tech 79-63 Tech 114-67 Tech 95-59 Tech 91-81 Tech 62-59 Tech 82-62 Tech 87-54 Tech 72-54 Tech 67-50 Tech 76-64 Tech 71-59 Tech 84-54 Tech 69-59

H A H A H H A A A N A H H A H A A H A

Auburn (Tech 5-2) 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1996-97

Tech 81-54 H Tech 80-68 A Tech 85-65 H Tech 56-54 N Auburn 76-71 N Auburn 81-69 N Tech 74-48 H

Baylor (Tech 4-2) 1976-77 1977-78 1979-80 1981-82 1993-94 2009-10

Baylor 84-78 Tech 91-78 Tech 100-66 Tech 104-61 Tech 78-68 Baylor 77-67

Belhaven College (Tech 2-0) 1977-78 Tech 78-65 1978-79 Tech 81-50 Boise State (Tech 16-7) 2001-02 Tech 106-58 2001-02 Tech 78-39 2001-02 Tech 70-53 2002-03 Tech 102-66 2002-03 Tech 98-60 2003-04 Tech 95-57 2003-04 Tech 80-48 2003-04 Tech 100-56 2004-05 Boise St 62-59 2004-05 Tech 85-48 2004-05 Tech 81-68 2005-06 Tech 75-61 2005-06 Tech 72-59 2006-07 BSU 68-47 2006-07 Tech 79-63 2007-08 BSU 85-68 2007-08 BSU 70-54 2008-09 BSU 52-42 2008-09 BSU 66-61 2009-10 Tech 75-53 2009-10 BSU 74-65 2010-11 Tech 93-86 2010-11 Tech 86-72 Butler (Tech 1-0) 1993-94 Tech 65-61

N N N H N A

A H

H A N A N H A N A H N H A H A H A A H H A A H

N

Cal Poly-Pomona (Tech 2-0) 1983-84 Tech 83-43 1984-85 Tech 94-62

A H

Cal Santa Barbara (UCSB 1-0) 2001-02 UCSB 575-6

N

Cal State-Fullerton (Cal State-Fullerton 1-0) 1990-91 Cal State 84-80 A

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Centenary (Tech 4-0) 2000-01 Tech 2001-02 Tech 2002-03 Tech 2009-10 Tech

2012-13

100-34 98-44 97-47 88-41

Central Arkansas (Tech 2-0) 2008-09 Tech 77-36 2012-13 Tech 65-63 UCF (Tech 9-0) 1989-90 1990-91 1990-91 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1995-96 1998-99

Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech

121-57 88-54 104-79 80-69 100-51 90-39 93-37 98-41 90-48

H A H H

H H

A A H A H H A H H

Central Michigan (Tech 2-0) 1986-87 Tech 85-68 1990-91 Tech 81-62

H H

Central Missouri State (Tech 1-0) 1978-79 Tech 81-63

DePaul (Tech 4-1) 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1995-96 1996-97

Tech 69-51

Tech 90-74 Tech 89-75 Tech 70-59 Tech 90-56 DePaul 70-67

Drake (Tech 3-0) 1985-86 Tech 87-78 1986-87 Tech 55-52 1987-88 Tech 88-56

H

A H H H A

H A H

Duke (Duke 2-0) 2001-02 Duke 76-64 2003-04 Duke 63-49

N N

Eastern Kentucky (Tied 1-1) 1996-97 Tech 87-46 2006-07 EKU 86-84

N N

Eastern Washington (Tech 1-0) 1987-88 Tech 107-57

N

N

Florida (Florida 1-0) 1996-97 Florida 71-57

N

UT-Chattanooga (Tech 1-0) 2000-01 Tech 69-52

H

Florida A&M (Tech 1-0) 1985-86 Tech 61-56

N

Cheyney State (Tech 3-0) 1981-82 Tech 76-62 1982-83 Tech 60-45 1983-84 Tech 100-72

N H N

Florida Atlantic (Tech 1-0) 1986-87 Tech 71-32

A

Clemson (Tech 3-0) 1981-82 Tech 68-63 1982-83 Tech 98-71 1997-98 Tech 74-52

A H H

Cleveland State (Tech 1-0) 1998-99 Tech 130-55

Florida International (Tech 7-0) 1998-99 Tech 71-64 1998-99 Tech 80-65 1998-99 Tech 94-70 1999-00 Tech 65-54 1999-00 Tech 89-62 2000-01 Tech 65-58 2000-01 Tech 70-63

H A N A H H A

H

Florida State (Tied 2-2) 1997-98 Tech 86-60 1998-99 Tech 88-72 2005-06 FSU 80-71 2009-10 FSU 75-61

H A N A

Colorado (Tech 3-1) 1987-88 1988-89 1994-95 1995-96

Tech 66-59 H Colorado 61-60 A Tech 77-62 H Tech 65-61 A

Connecticut (Connecticut 5-2) 1991-92 UConn 63-61 1995-96 Tech 83-81OT 1998-99 Tech 90-76 1999-00 UConn 90-63 2000-01 UConn 71-55 2000-01 UConn 67-48 2001-02 UConn 74-50

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Creighton (Tech 1-0) 1985-86 Tech 66-61

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Delta State (Delta State 3-1) 1976-77 Delta St. 95-78 1977-78 Delta St. 67-62 1977-78 Delta St. 74-71 1978-79 Tech 89-66

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Denver (Tech 6-0) 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2000-01 2012-13

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Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech

90-45 92-48 66-46 67-55 82-77 2OT

Fresno State (Tech 17-12) 1995-96 Tech 77-59 N 2001-02 Tech 74-50 A 2001-02 Tech 70-35 H 2002-03 Tech 63-53 A 2002-03 Tech 87-62 H 2002-03 Tech 89-57 N 2003-04 Tech 81-59 H 2003-04 Tech 85-52 A 2004-05 Tech 80-70 A 2004-05 Tech 86-76 H 2004-05 Tech 92-87 2OT N 2005-06 FSU 67-58 A 2005-06 Tech 70-61 H 2006-07 Tech 78-40 H 2006-07 FSU 72-57 A 2007-08 FSU 75-52 A 2007-08 FSU 82-63 H 2008-09 FSU 78-53 H 2008-09 Tech 80-62 A 2009-10 FSU 71-61 A 2009-10 FSU 81-78 OT H 2009-10 Tech 68-66 N 2010-11 Tech 94-92 3OT A 2010-11 Tech 90-84 OT H 2010-11 FSU 78-76 N 2011-12 FSU 61-59 H 2011-12 FSU 65-62 A

2011-12

FSU 89-61

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Furman (Tech 1-0) 1994-95 Tech 90-52

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Georgia (Tech 6-1) 1981-82 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1995-96 1996-97 2010-11

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Tech 83-60 Tech 79-54 Tech 79-59 Tech 72-55 Georgia 90-76 Tech 71-69 Tech 77-62

Georgia State (Tech 1-0) 2000-01 Tech 84-48

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Grambling State (Tech 3-0) 2005-06 Tech 84-55 2006-07 Tech 70-50 2008-09 Tech 75-46

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Hawaii (Tech 25-5) 1979-80 Tech 103-59 A 1979-80 Tech 84-54 A 1983-84 Tech 95-53 A 1985-86 Tech 92-49 A 1988-89 Tech 71-52 A 2001-02 Tech 67-55 A 2001-02 Tech 82-53 H 2001-02 Tech 53-50 N 2002-03 Tech 60-52 H 2002-03 Tech 67-44 A 2002-03 Tech 85-58 N 2003-04 Tech 67-50 A 2003-04 Tech 83-45 H 2004-05 Tech 68-54 H 2004-05 Hawaii 79-78OT A 2005-06 Tech 71-66OT A 2005-06 Tech 91-52 H 2006-07 Tech 64-53 A 2006-07 Hawaii 60-59 H 2007-08 Tech 90-53 H 2007-08 Hawaii 84-77 A 2008-09 Tech 68-56 H 2008-09 Tech 89-71 A 2009-10 Tech 78-64 H 2009-10 Tech 79-71 A 2010-11 Tech 74-69 OT A 2010-11 Tech 76-50 H 2011-12 Hawaii 61-46 A 2011-12 Hawaii 61-49 H 2011-12 Tech 63-54 N Hawaii-Pacific (Tech 2-0) 1983-84 Tech 97-51 1985-86 Tech 102-31

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Holy Cross (Tech 2-0) 1988-89 Tech 79-51 1997-98 Tech 86-58

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Houston (Tech 5-3) 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1999-00 2000-01 2010-11 2011-12

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Tech 92-58 Tech 71-58 Houston 66-60 Tech 85-50 Tech 94-49 Houston 71-52 Houston 70-66 Tech 79-53

Idaho (Tech 17-0) 2005-06 Tech 2005-06 Tech 2005-06 Tech 2006-07 Tech 2006-07 Tech 2007-08 Tech

75-68 55-40 80-57 87-66 78-71 61-39

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Tech 80-55 Tech 67-63OT Tech 70-60 Tech 74-71OT Tech 63-56 Tech 63-56 Tech 65-55 Tech 66-54 Tech 61-57 Tech 67-58 Tech 64-62

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Illinois (Tied 1-1) 2003-04 Tech 67-61 A 2004-05 Illinois 71-65OT H

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Iowa (Tech 6-3) 1986-87 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1993-94 1997-98 2005-06 2006-07

N N H A H A N H A

Tech 66-65 Tech 62-58 Tech 85-82 Iowa 72-57 Iowa 61-57 Iowa 70-66 Tech 83-58 Tech 95-91OT Tech 77-59

Iowa State (Tech 1-0) 1998-99 Tech 89-60

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Kansas (Tech 10-0) 1978-79 Tech 100-61 1979-80 Tech 78-76 1979-80 Tech 81-73 1980-81 Tech 75-72 1981-82 Tech 70-39 1982-83 Tech 103-71 1983-84 Tech 76-65 1985-86 Tech 83-50 1986-87 Tech 56-40 1987-88 Tech 89-50

N N H N N H A H N H

Kansas State (Tech 6-2) 1977-78 Tech 1984-85 Tech 1985-86 Tech 1986-87 Tech 1987-88 Tech 1989-90 Tech 2005-06 KSU 2006-07 KSU

N H A H A H A H

90-82OT 83-75 73-63 67-45 77-45 100-54 77-66 64-61

Kentucky (Tech 3-0) 1981-82 Tech 82-60 1986-87 Tech 64-63 1987-88 Tech 95-63 Lamar (Tech 24-3) 1987-88 Tech 1987-88 Tech 1988-89 Tech 1988-89 Tech 1988-89 Tech

106-49 93-67 67-51 99-49 109-56

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Louisiana College (Tech 12-0) 1975-76 Tech 87-49 1976-77 Tech 72-58 1976-77 Tech 98-42 1977-78 Tech 92-72 1977-78 Tech 76-64 1978-79 Tech 61-52 1978-79 Tech 98-45 1979-80 Tech 92-64 1979-80 Tech 76-52 1980-81 Tech 102-70 1980-81 Tech 100-60 1992-93 Tech 96-61 UL-Lafayette (Tech 38-0) 1975-76 Tech 106-34 1975-76 Tech 93-65 1975-76 Tech 84-62 1977-78 Tech 102-45 1977-78 Tech 84-52 1978-79 Tech 88-44 1978-79 Tech 74-41 1985-86 Tech 50-42 1986-87 Tech 82-36 1987-88 Tech 88-35 1988-89 Tech 98-42 1988-89 Tech 86-37 1989-90 Tech 84-35 1989-90 Tech 101-52 1990-91 Tech 87-40 1989-90 Tech 124-51 1990-91 Tech 74-58 1991-92 Tech 89-49 1992-93 Tech 94-50 1991-92 Tech 73-43 1992-93 Tech 89-53 1993-94 Tech 98-44 1993-94 Tech 100-44 1994-95 Tech 90-42 1994-95 Tech 96-43 1995-96 Tech 111-36 1995-96 Tech 111-40 1995-96 Tech 89-37 1996-97 Tech 87-30 1996-97 Tech 97-34 1997-98 Tech 100-50 1997-98 Tech 83-36 1998-99 Tech 90-43 1998-99 Tech 92-51

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95-40 114-69 83-68 81-50

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UL-Monroe (Tech 44-9) 1974-75 ULM 84-78 1974-75 Tech 99-76 1974-75 ULM 84-80 1974-75 Tech 97-88 1974-75 Tech 116-66 1975-76 Tech 81-72 1975-76 Tech 63-61 1975-76 ULM 73-66 1975-76 Tech 69-64 1976-77 Tech 95-73 1976-77 Tech 99-75 1977-78 Tech 96-67 1977-78 Tech 84-80 1978-79 Tech 86-50 1978-79 Tech 77-65 1978-79 Tech 90-68 1979-80 Tech 99-61 1979-80 Tech 100-52 1980-81 Tech 90-50 1980-81 Tech 95-53 1981-82 Tech 102-47 1981-82 Tech 93-40 1982-83 Tech 88-77 1982-83 Tech 104-58 1983-84 Tech 88-66 1983-84 Tech 86-72 1984-85 Tech 79-77OT 1984-85 Tech 80-67 1984-85 ULM 85-76 1985-86 ULM 86-76 1985-86 ULM 82-74 1986-87 Tech 82-48 1986-87 Tech 84-68 1987-88 Tech 81-50 1987-88 Tech 71-43 1988-89 Tech 74-57 1988-89 Tech 94-71 1989-90 Tech 87-49 1989-90 Tech 55-44 1990-91 Tech 60-57 1990-91 Tech 83-55 1991-92 Tech 77-66 1991-92 Tech 95-65 1992-93 ULM 62-51 1992-93 Tech 76-49 1993-94 Tech 100-44 1993-94 Tech 69-62 1994-95 Tech 89-47 1995-96 Tech 95-37 1997-98 Tech 97-43 1998-99 Tech 94-48 2006-07 ULM 58-54 2007-08 ULM 71-50

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LSU (Tech 14-14) 1974-75 Tech 97-83 1974-75 Tech 95-87 1975-76 Tech 64-49 1975-76 LSU 85-77 1976-77 Tech 86-73 1976-77 LSU 92-72 1976-77 Tech 101-88 1977-78 LSU 77-59 1977-78 LSU 78-76 1978-79 Tech 96-80 1979-80 Tech 84-56 1979-80 Tech 93-61 1979-80 Tech 91-50 1983-84 Tech 92-67 1988-89 Tech 87-60 1988-89 Tech 87-60 1988-89 Tech 68-60 1988-89 Tech 85-68 1990-91 LSU 84-75 1990-91 LSU 76-70 1998-99 Tech 73-52 2002-03 LSU 69-63 2006-07 LSU 61-44 2008-09 LSU 51-41 2009-10 LSU 77-74 2010-11 LSU 68-53 2011-12 LSU 66-55

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LSU 77-55

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Louisville (Tech 1-0) 1988-89 Tech 77-47

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Loyola-Marymount (Tech 1-0) 1984-85 Tech 79-46

N

Marquette (Tied 1-1) 1994-95 Tech 92-73 2010-11 Marq 83-75

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Maryland (Tech 2-0) 1979-80 Tech 104-71 1981-82 Tech 73-56 UMBC (Tech 1-0) 2008-09 Tech 83-62

N

Massachuesetts (Tech 1-0) 1995-96 Tech 75-63

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H A

McNeese State (Tech 18-5) 1974-75 McNeese 70-65 N 1974-75 McNeese 58-56 N 1975-76 Tech 85-78 A 1975-76 McNeese 56-55 A 1975-76 Tech 64-53 N 1977-78 Tech 88-67 A 1977-78 Tech 90-69 H 1978-79 McNeese 71-70 A 1978-79 Tech 101-46 H 1979-80 Tech 102-76 H 1979-80 Tech 68-62 H 1979-80 Tech 78-57 H 1980-81 Tech 101-48 H 1981-82 Tech 80-38 A 1981-82 Tech 113-60 H 1982-83 Tech 98-53 H 1983-84 Tech 87-43 A 1992-93 Tech 88-52 N 2001-02 Tech 88-43 H 2007-08 Tech 88-43 H 2008-09 McNeese 71-66 A 2009-10 Tech 94-61 H 2012-13 Tech 52-50 H Memphis (Tech 8-3) 1978-79 1979-80 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1988-89 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12

Tech 76-57 H Tech 96-72 A Tech 64-56 H Memphis 72-69 A Tech 86-54 H Tech 80-63 H Tech 105-58 A Tech 82-77 A Memphis 67-60 A Tech 86-76 H Memphis 86-67 N

Miami (Fla.) (Tech 2-0) 1985-86 Tech 81-40 1986-87 Tech 76-58

H A

Mississippi (Tech 6-1) 1987-88 Tech 80-60 1991-92 Miss 63-60 1992-93 Tech 68-64OT 1993-94 Tech 82-67 2004-05 Tech 88-70 2005-06 Tech 84-71 2012-13 Tech 57-54

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Mississippi College (Tech 11-4) 1975-76 MC 80-78 1976-77 MC 78-75 1976-77 MC 117-108 1977-78 Tech 91-74 1977-78 MC 75-73 1978-79 Tech 81-80 1980-81 Tech 89-53 1980-81 Tech 92-45 1981-82 Tech 100-55 1981-82 Tech 94-52 1982-83 Tech 95-62 1983-84 Tech 109-60 1984-85 Tech 100-68 1985-86 Tech 87-45 1986-87 Tech 72-41

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Mississippi State (Tech 7-6) 1979-80 Tech 89-54 1999-00 MSU 74-72 2000-01 Tech 83-65 2003-04 Tech 94-65 2004-05 MSU 72-55 2005-06 Tech 52-41 2006-07 Tech 60-54 2007-08 MSU 63-50 2008-09 MSU 72-42 2009-10 MSU 72-68 2010-11 Tech 69-61 2011-12 Tech 63-62 2012-13 MSU 57-55

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Mississippi Valley State (Tech 1-0) 1989-90 Tech 95-51

H

Mississippi Women’s College (Tech 1-0) 1978-79 Tech 83-75 A Missouri (Tech 1-0) 2000-01 Tech 78-67

N

Missouri State (MS 2-1) 1992-93 Tech 59-43 2010-11 MS 62-53 2011-12 MS 78-65

N A H

Montana (Tech 2-0) 1991-92 Tech 70-66 2003-04 Tech 81-77

N A

Montana State (Tech 1-0) 1994-95 Tech 71-53

N

Montclair State (Tech 1-0) 1981-82 Tech 95-48

H

Michigan (Tech 2-1) 1998-99 Tech 84-66 A 2000-01 Michigan 69-66 A 2001-02 Tech 81-66 H

Morgan State (Tech 1-0) 1993-94 Tech 109-21

H

Michigan State (Tech 1-0) 1986-87 Tech 79-57

Nebraska (Tech 1-0) 1979-80 Tech 88-64

H

Nevada (Tech 21-7) 1987-88 Tech 2001-02 Tech 2001-02 Tech 2002-03 Tech 2002-03 Tech

A A H A H

Middle Tennessee (Tech 4-0) 1982-83 Tech 91-59 1984-85 Tech 86-62 2000-01 Tech 80-57 2000-01 Tech 83-64

N

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80-46 102-58 95-65 83-54 79-67

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Jackson State (Tech 3-0) 1980-81 Tech 97-50 1982-83 Tech 80-42 1983-84 Tech 69-65

Long Beach State (Tech 11-2) 1979-80 Tech 86-82 N 1979-80 Tech 96-70 H 1980-81 Tech 78-73 A 1981-82 Tech 74-46 H 1982-83 Tech 91-59 N 1982-83 Tech 74-57 N 1983-84 Tech 73-57 H 1984-85 Lg Bch 81-76 A 1985-86 Tech 80-68 H 1985-86 Tech 71-69 A 1986-87 Lg Bch 99-95OT A 1993-94 Tech 88-65 H 1994-95 Tech 88-56 A

1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03

2 0 1 3 - 1 4

H N

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Indiana (Tech 2-0) 1983-84 Tech 76-47 2000-01 Tech 54-53

Tech 85-55 Tech 81-42 Tech 79-58 Lamar 83-72 Lamar 90-76 Lamar 80-73 Tech 77-76 Tech 81-80 Tech 71-47 Tech 85-47 Tech 96-54 Tech 87-49 Tech 90-62 Tech 105-56 Tech 97-57 Tech 79-52 Tech 86-46 Tech 81-44 Tech 99-61 Tech 100-42 Tech 119-51 Tech 104-53

L A D Y

Illinois State (Tech 5-1) 1981-82 Tech 71-56 1981-82 Tech 67-42 1982-83 Tech 81-66 1984-85 Tech 81-57 1985-86 Tech 92-55 2008-09 ISU 73-59

1989-90 1989-90 1989-90 1990-91 1990-91 1991-92 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1997-98 1997-98

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2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12

136

Tech 110-47 Tech 89-57 Tech 69-52 Tech 108-72 Tech 72-57 Tech 75-34 Tech 69-60 UN 55-54 Tech 73-62 UN 74-70 Tech 70-64 Tech 82-56 UN 64-57 Tech 77-59 UN 91-88OT UN 69-56 Tech 69-56 Tech 80-77 Tech 67-43 UN 71-66 Tech 66-59 Tech 77-63 UN 76-72

New Mexico (Tech 1-0) 2002-03 Tech 67-54 New Mexico State (Tech 16-4) 2000-01 Tech 75-46 2005-06 Tech 79-72 2005-06 Tech 66-53 2005-06 Tech 63-39 2006-07 Tech 69-53 2006-07 Tech 74-56 2006-07 NMSU 63-57 2007-08 Tech 75-50 2007-08 NMSU 65-55 2008-09 Tech 77-51 2008-09 Tech 78-69 2008-09 Tech 81-68 2009-10 Tech 78-64 2009-10 Tech 62-55 2010-11 Tech 85-63 2010-11 Tech 88-79 2011-12 Tech 69-42 2011-12 Tech 64-50 2012-13 NMSU 71-67 2012-13 NMSU 66-56 New Orleans (Tech 39-2) 1974-75 Tech 80-55 1974-75 Tech 77-60 1974-75 Tech 104-73 1975-76 Tech 87-35 1975-76 Tech 96-44 1980-81 Tech 121-59 1981-82 Tech 106-59 1982-83 Tech 84-49 1985-86 Tech 70-50 1986-87 Tech 82-52 1987-88 Tech 74-57 1987-88 Tech 88-64 1988-89 Tech 72-61 1988-89 Tech 68-51 1989-90 Tech 86-45 1989-90 Tech 98-60 1990-91 Tech 72-58 1990-91 Tech 67-66 1991-92 Tech 65-60 1991-92 UNO 69-54 1992-93 Tech 71-62 1992-93 Tech 54-47 1992-93 Tech 67-60 1993-94 Tech 82-62 1993-94 Tech 68-53 1993-94 Tech 50-42 1994-95 Tech 108-63 1994-95 Tech 100-52 1995-96 Tech 103-58 1995-96 Tech 98-58 1996-97 UNO 66-63 1996-97 Tech 92-62 1996-97 Tech 87-59 1997-98 Tech 118-50 1997-98 Tech 98-61 1997-98 Tech 91-54 1998-99 Tech 110-50

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1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01

Tech Tech Tech Tech

97-57 91-52 108-61 92-64

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Nicholls State (Tech 15-0) 1974-75 Tech 95-71 1974-75 Tech 85-62 1975-76 Tech 97-75 1975-76 Tech 90-58 1976-77 Tech 90-67 1976-77 Tech 94-50 1978-79 Tech 90-51 1979-80 Tech 108-50 1987-88 Tech 92-42 1998-99 Tech 87-50 1998-99 Tech 79-57 2000-01 Tech 90-47 2002-03 Tech 93-50 2008-09 Tech 90-33 2009-10 Tech 90-50

N N A H A H A H N A H H H H A

North Carolina (Tied 1-1) 1984-85 Tech 80-59 1993-94 NC 60-59

N N

North Carolina State (Tech 2-0) 1996-97 Tech 71-54 1997-98 Tech 84-65

H N

North Texas (Tech 4-0) 1989-90 Tech 1991-92 Tech 2000-01 Tech 2000-01 Tech

A H A N

92-56 81-53 75-63 74-57

Northern Arizona (Tech 1-0) 1986-87 Tech 76-53

A

Northern Illinois (Northern Illinois 1-0) 1991-92 No. Ill. 77-71OT A Northwestern (Tech 3-0) 1978-79 Tech 88-52 1982-83 Tech 86-54 1986-87 Tech 82-60

N H H

Northwestern State (Tech 21-6) 1974-75 NSU 76-56 1974-75 NSU. 86-77 1974-75 Tech 87-83OT 1974-75 NSU 87-86 1974-75 Tech 79-78 1975-76 NSU 76-70 1975-76 Tech 83-71 1975-76 NSU 84-73 1975-76 Tech 85-76 1975-76 NSU 83-80 1976-77 Tech 88-70 1976-77 Tech 101-83 1976-77 Tech 67-59 1976-77 Tech 93-74 1976-77 Tech 80-72 1976-77 Tech 89-81 1977-78 Tech 91-75 1977-78 Tech 92-69 1978-79 Tech 104-61 1978-79 Tech 89-66 1979-80 Tech 111-63 1979-80 Tech 93-47 1979-80 Tech 90-71 1980-81 Tech 115-67 1980-81 Tech 90-36 1983-84 Tech 82-46 2007-08 Tech 92-57

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Notre Dame (Tech 2-1) 1982-83 Tech 81-39 1983-84 Tech 83-56 1990-91 ND 71-66

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Ohio State (Tech 5-0) 1979-80 Tech 1983-84 Tech 1994-95 Tech 1995-96 Tech 2002-03 Tech Oklahoma (Tech 4-1) 1980-81 Tech 1981-82 Tech 1982-83 Tech 1994-95 Tech 2004-05 Okla

2003-04 89-67 79-57 98-81 92-65 74-61

88-68 101-57 105-75 48-36 86-59

Oklahoma State (Tech 8-0) 1976-77 Tech 93-74 1984-85 Tech 74-64 1985-86 Tech 76-68 1986-87 Tech 74-56 1987-88 Tech 85-62 1988-89 Tech 103-78 1989-90 Tech 74-59 1993-94 Tech 75-70

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Old Dominion (Tech 15-5) 1978-79 OD 75-65 1979-80 Tech 59-57 1979-80 OD 73-59 1980-81 Tech 81-47 1980-81 Tech 75-59 1981-82 Tech 68-51 1981-82 OD 61-58 1982-83 Tech 69-48 1982-83 Tech 71-55 1983-84 OD 66-64 1984-85 Tech 72-63 1985-86 Tech 77-70 1986-87 Tech 90-57 1987-88 Tech 68-65 1988-89 Tech 72-71 1989-90 Tech 79-65 1990-91 Tech 76-58 1997-98 OD 88-65 1999-00 Tech 86-74 2011-12 Tech 84-71

N N N H A N A H A A H A H A H A H N N N

Oral Roberts (Tech 7-1) 1977-78 Tech 80-61 1980-81 Tech 94-67 1981-82 Tech 94-53 1981-82 Tech 89-51 1983-84 Tech 98-61 1984-85 Tech 78-59 2011-12 ORU 92-71 2012-13 Tech 61-59

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Oregon (Tech 1-0) 1979-80 Tech 92-73

A

Ouachita Baptist (Tech 2-0) 1975-76 Tech 72-55 1976-77 Tech 88-40

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Panola Junior College (Tech 5-1) 1975-76 Panola 74-63 1975-76 Tech 72-66 1976-77 Tech 78-69 1976-77 Tech 80-60 1977-78 Tech 71-66 1977-78 Tech 83-67

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Penn State (Tech 7-3) 1983-84 Tech 86-61 A 1984-85 Tech 97-83 H 1984-85 Tech 88-69 N 1985-86 Penn St. 72-68 A 1986-87 Tech 75-58 H 1987-88 Penn St. 66-62 A 1997-98 Tech 88-58 H 1998-99 Tech 79-62 H 1999-00 Penn St. 86-65 N

Tech 87-84

A

Pepperdine (Tech 3-0) 1978-79 Tech 87-63 1987-88 Tech 72-61 2002-03 Tech 94-60

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Prairie View A&M (Tech 3-0) 1989-90 Tech 87-24 N 2010-11 Tech 79-46 H 2011-12 Tech 89-83 (3OT) N Purdue (Tech 6-2) 1988-89 1989-90 1989-90 1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

Tech 62-49 Tech 66-50 Tech 91-47 Tech 72-65 Purdue 71-65 Purdue 77-63 Tech 94-62 Tech 68-63

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Rice (Tech 9-4) 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Tech 85-54 Tech 88-42 Rice 57-56 Tech 79-65 Tech 80-63 Rice 87-84OT Tech 82-70 Tech 76-52 Tech 76-66 Rice 83-69 Rice 86-66 Tech 79-75 Tech 86-58

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Rutgers (Tech 3-2) 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 2010-11 2012-13

Tech 89-83OT Tech 67-60 Tech 83-73 RU 76-51 RU 73-46

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Sam Houston State (Tech 2-0) 2007-08 Tech 93-58 2008-09 Tech 82-59

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San Diego (Tech 3-0) 1991-92 Tech 77-59 1994-95 Tech 83-51 1996-97 Tech 70-33

N A H

San Diego State (Tech 2-0) 1984-85 Tech 94-64 1985-86 Tech 87-43

N H

San Francisco (Tech 1-0) 1980-81 Tech 69-58

A

San Jose State (Tech 23-1) 2001-02 Tech 79-49 2001-02 Tech 87-47 2002-03 Tech 83-38 2002-03 Tech 66-59 2003-04 Tech 84-71 2003-04 Tech 82-51 2004-05 Tech 66-52 2004-05 Tech 80-51 2005-06 Tech 74-51 2005-06 Tech 78-48 2006-07 Tech 65-52 2006-07 Tech 71-61 2007-08 Tech 70-54 2007-08 Tech 78-64 2008-09 Tech 70-53 2008-09 Tech 87-69 2009-10 Tech 92-48 2009-10 Tech 81-66 2010-11 Tech 69-34

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2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2012-13 2012-13

Tech 62-53 Tech 70-64 Tech 73-68 Tech 94-80 SJSU 60-58

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Seton Hall (SH 1-0) 2011-12 Seton Hall 72-69 N South Alabama (Tech 21-0) 1991-92 Tech 77-54 1991-92 Tech 70-53 1991-92 Tech 73-41 1992-93 Tech 102-55 1992-93 Tech 74-53 1993-94 Tech 96-43 1993-94 Tech 103-46 1994-95 Tech 90-45 1994-95 Tech 94-50 1995-96 Tech 67-46 1995-96 Tech 89-29 1996-97 Tech 72-49 1996-97 Tech 88-48 1997-98 Tech 72-53 1997-98 Tech 115-44 1998-99 Tech 96-32 1998-99 Tech 98-39 1999-00 Tech 90-33 1999-00 Tech 77-37 1999-00 Tech 95-51 2000-01 Tech 71-46

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South Carolina (Tech 3-1) 1979-80 USC 1980-81 Tech 1981-82 Tech 1982-83 Tech

77-69 97-70 71-58 94-54

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SE Missouri State (Tech 1-0) 1999-00 Tech 96-54

N

Southeastern Louisiana (Tech 7-5) 1974-75 SLU 59-55 H 1974-75 SLU 81-44 N 1975-76 SLU 76-72 A 1976-77 SLU 104-102OT H 1976-77 SLU 106-96 A 1979-80 Tech 107-64 A 1979-80 Tech 92-67 H 1980-81 Tech 110-57 H 1980-81 Tech 101-56 H 1983-84 Tech 88-45 A 1984-85 Tech 92-39 H 1998-99 Tech 88-55 A Southern (Tech 9-1) 1975-76 1975-76 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1979-80 1980-81 1980-81 2003-04 2010-11

Tech 81-69 N Southern 75-70 N Tech 89-62 A Tech 105-83 N Tech 115-76 H Tech 93-55 H Tech 86-59 N Tech 75-58 N Tech 78-29 H Tech 52-44 H

Southern Cal (Tech 8-4) 1978-79 Tech 78-68 1980-81 Tech 66-50 1982-83 USC 64-58 1982-83 Tech 58-56 1982-83 USC 69-67 1983-84 Tech 75-66 1983-84 USC 62-57 1984-85 Tech 83-792OT 1985-86 Tech 73-53 1985-86 USC 80-64 1993-94 Tech 75-66 1996-97 Tech 66-47

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Southern Illinois (Tech 1-0) 1986-87 Tech 66-53

N

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Southern Miss (Tech 4-1) 1989-90 Tech 89-70 1995-96 Tech 86-46 2007-08 USM 76-62 2009-10 Tech 76-68 2010-11 Tech 83-61

H H H A H

N

St. Peters (Tech 1-0) 1996-97 Tech 94-50

H

Stanford (Tech 1-0) 1988-89 Tech 85-75

H

Stephen F. Austin (Tech 26-6) 1977-78 SFA 80-67 1977-78 Tech 74-73 1978-79 Tech 76-68 1978-79 SFA 83-82 1979-80 SFA 75-71 1979-80 Tech 82-56 1979-80 SFA 73-65 1980-81 Tech 81-57 1980-81 Tech 79-61 1980-81 Tech 98-67 1981-82 Tech 97-59 1981-82 Tech 69-59 1981-82 Tech 105-58 1982-83 Tech 81-56 1983-84 Tech 87-58 1983-84 Tech 104-48 1984-85 Tech 98-58 1984-85 Tech 94-61 1985-86 Tech 73-55 1985-86 Tech 75-49 1986-87 Tech 76-42 1987-88 Tech 69-51 1988-89 Tech 88-54 1989-90 Tech 69-56 1990-91 SFA 77-74OT 1992-93 Tech 78-63 1997-98 Tech 85-53 2002-03 Tech 80-44 2003-04 Tech 109-60 2006-07 SFA 65-55 2007-08 Tech 82-60 2009-10 Tech 65-61

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Stetson (Tech 1-0) 1989-90 Tech 88-46

A

Temple (Temple 1-0) 2004-05 Temple 66-61

Tennessee Tech (Tech 4-0) 1981-82 Tech 1994-95 Tech 1995-96 Tech 2011-12 Tech Texas (Tech 8-2) 1976-77 1976-77 1978-79 1982-83 1982-83 1983-84 1986-87 1987-88 1989-90 1992-93

114-53 62-33 101-56 82-64

Texas 84-59 Texas 94-85 Tech 77-74 Tech 86-64 Tech 72-58 Tech 85-60 Tech 79-75 Tech 83-80OT Tech 71-57 Tech 82-78

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Texas A&M (Tech 6-1) 1976-77 Tech 69-67 1978-79 Tech 85-72 1979-80 Tech 92-60 1979-80 Tech 80-57 1985-86 Tech 79-49 1986-87 Tech 95-44 2012-13 A&M 77-26

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Texas-Arlington (Tech 12-0) 1976-77 Tech 106-70 1993-94 Tech 81-41 1994-95 Tech 87-46 1995-96 Tech 77-56 1996-97 Tech 80-39 1996-97 Tech 61-54 1997-98 Tech 83-38 1998-99 Tech 73-40 1999-00 Tech 80-31 2000-01 Tech 89-44 2012-13 Tech 65-58 2012-13 Tech 78-62

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Texas-San Antonio (Tech 5-1) 1984-85 Tech 80-39 2005-06 Tech 75-67 2009-10 Tech 82-72 2012-13 UTSA 51-50 2012-13 Tech 78-72 2012-13 Tech 85-58

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Texas Southern (Tech 1-0) 1993-94 Tech 99-57

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Texas State (Tech 2-1) 1976-77 Tech 85-53 2012-13 Tech 71-58 2012-13 State 68-63

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Texas Tech (Tech 11-2) 1977-78 Tech 59-54 1983-84 Tech 94-68 1985-86 Tech 77-71 1986-87 Tech 71-43 1987-88 Tech 107-62 1988-89 Tech 79-57 1989-90 Tech 95-54 1990-91 TT 79-67OT 1991-92 Tech 69-66 1992-93 TT 74-71 1995-96 Tech 66-55 2002-03 Tech 85-76 2003-04 Tech 81-64

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Tulane (Tech 8-2) 1976-77 1981-82 1987-88 1988-89 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Tech 99-52 Tech 103-50 Tech 92-62 Tech 77-39 Tech 77-50 Tech 68-53 Tech 96-37 Tech 78-72 Tulane 61-52 Tulane 66-59

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Tulsa (Tech 8-1) 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05

Tech 77-46 Tech 67-62 Tech 57-42 Tech 75-62 Tech 85-66 Tech 63-60 Tech 81-57 Tech 63-47 Tulsa 74-70

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UNLV (Tech 8-2) 1979-80 1979-80 1980-81 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1987-88 1990-91 1991-92 1997-98

Tech 73-61 Tech 74-63 Tech 97-73 Tech 79-58 Tech 90-60 UNLV 80-77 Tech 91-63 UNLV 84-77 Tech 70-67 Tech 73-43

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U.S. International (Tech 1-0) 1986-87 Tech 107-51

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Utah (Tech 1-0) 1987-88 Tech 83-58

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Utah State (Tech 14-4) 2005-06 Tech 73-56 2005-06 Tech 88-54 2006-07 Tech 69-54 2006-07 Tech 71-58 2007-08 Tech 71-56 2007-08 Tech 62-47 2008-09 Tech 90-82OT 2008-09 Tech 53-46 2009-10 USU 69-66 2009-10 Tech 74-54 2009-10 Tech 82-65 2010-11 Tech 91-74 2010-11 Tech 78-70 2011-12 USU 79-62 2011-12 Tech 82-76 2011-12 Tech 73-69 2012-13 USU 76-75 OT 2012-13 USU 70-56

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UTEP (Tech 9-0) 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05

Tech 90-53 Tech 73-59 Tech 68-53 Tech 108-54 Tech 75-58 Tech 83-60 Tech 74-47 Tech 82-69 Tech 81-66

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Valdosta State (Tied 1-1) 1978-79 VSU 85-82 1981-81 Tech 97-54

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Vanderbilt (Tied 1-1) 1992-93 Vandy 58-53 1999-00 Tech 66-65

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H A

Wayland Baptist (Tech 5-2) 1977-78 WB 75-61 1977-78 WB 87-81 1978-79 Tech 75-64 1978-79 Tech 78-56 1978-79 Tech 72-59 1979-80 Tech 72-70 1980-81 Tech 89-40

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Weber State (Tech 1-0) 1999-00 Tech 84-47

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West Virginia (Tech 1-0) 1990-91 Tech 71-66

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Western Kentucky (Tech 26-14) 1983-84 Tech 82-50 1991-92 Tech 79-66 1991-92 WKU 82-63 1991-92 WKU 72-66OT 1992-93 Tech 86-77 1992-93 WKU 63-62 1992-93 WKU 81-73 1993-94 Tech 82-50 1993-94 Tech 87-42 1993-94 Tech 68-43 1994-95 WKU 79-71 1994-95 Tech 82-73 1994-95 WKU 71-68 1995-96 Tech 89-49 1995-96 Tech 72-52 1995-96 Tech 71-53 1996-97 Tech 82-65 1996-97 WKU 73-65 1996-97 Tech 80-68 1997-98 WKU 88-86 1997-98 Tech 85-76 1997-98 Tech 69-68 1998-99 Tech 79-65 1998-99 Tech 95-70 1999-00 Tech 85-61 1999-00 Tech 93-72 1999-00 Tech 97-94 2000-01 Tech 105-47 2000-01 Tech 67-52 2000-01 Tech 86-63 2001-02 Tech 87-47 2002-03 WKU 71-57 2004-05 Tech 73-60 2005-06 WKU 80-59 2006-07 WKU 73-60 2007-08 WKU 87-76 2008-09 WKU 60-59 2009-10 Tech 63-52 2010-11 Tech 71-55 2011-12 WKU 69-54

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Wisconsin (Tech 1-0) 1984-85 Tech 86-51

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Tech 81-47 Tech 73-70

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St. Johns (Tech 1-0) 1995-96 Tech 92-29

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Texas Pan American (Tech 24-0) 1987-88 Tech 98-21 1988-89 Tech 111-28 1988-89 Tech 126-25 1989-90 Tech 98-35 1989-90 Tech 90-48 1990-91 Tech 94-64 1990-91 Tech 102-45 1991-92 Tech 89-33 1991-92 Tech 71-58 1992-93 Tech 83-43 1992-93 Tech 82-42 1993-94 Tech 104-61 1993-94 Tech 91-60 1993-94 Tech 80-34 1994-95 Tech 92-33 1994-95 Tech 96-41 1994-95 Tech 95-34 1995-96 Tech 89-51 1995-96 Tech 101-51 1996-97 Tech 95-52 1996-97 Tech 87-41 1997-98 Tech 103-41 1997-98 Tech 115-38 1997-98 Tech 92-56

1994-95 1996-97

UCLA (Tech 11-0) 1978-79 Tech 85-81 1979-80 Tech 93-77 1980-81 Tech 99-61 1980-81 Tech 87-54 1981-82 Tech 103-63 1982-83 Tech 84-59 1983-84 Tech 94-58 1984-85 Tech 76-50 1985-86 Tech 73-59 1998-99 Tech 88-62 1999-00 Tech 82-64

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Southern Utah (Tech 1-0) 1996-97 Tech 85-55

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TCU (Tech 1-0) 2000-01 Tech 80-59

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SMU (Tech 18-0) 1978-79 Tech 72-50 1984-85 Tech 71-46 1986-87 Tech 95-54 1986-87 Tech 78-44 1993-94 Tech 96-62 1995-96 Tech 84-68 1996-97 Tech 88-60 1997-98 Tech 76-74 1998-99 Tech 91-63 2001-02 Tech 68-45 2001-02 Tech 82-36 2002-03 Tech 74-64 2002-03 Tech 89-56 2003-04 Tech 88-52 2003-04 Tech 89-79 2004-05 Tech 69-62 2004-05 Tech 77-63 2008-09 Tech 77-54

Tennessee (Tennessee 22-19) 1978-79 Tech 64-56 1978-79 Tech 102-84 1979-80 UT 73-71 1980-81 Tech 77-53 1980-81 Tech 79-59 1981-82 Tech 72-64 1981-82 Tech 69-46 1982-83 Tech 80-64 1983-84 Tech 81-63 1984-85 Tech 73-57 1985-86 Tech 59-56 1986-87 Tech 72-60 1986-87 UT 67-44 1987-88 UT 76-74 1987-88 Tech 68-59 1988-89 UT 62-61OT 1988-89 UT 72-65 1989-90 Tech 59-58 1990-91 UT 77-74 1991-92 UT 90-70 1992-93 UT 83-76 1993-94 UT 94-60 1993-94 Tech 71-68 1994-95 UT 69-62 1994-95 UT 62-56 1995-96 UT 77-72 1996-97 Tech 66-64 1996-97 Tech 98-80 1997-98 UT 75-61 1997-98 UT 93-75 1998-99 UT 92-73 1999-00 Tech 69-64 2000-01 UT 70-62 2001-02 UT 90-75 2002-03 UT 60-35 2003-04 UT 85-65 2004-05 UT 70-59 2005-06 UT 83-59 2006-07 UT 71-50 2007-08 UT 81-60 2008-09 UT 94-59

Virginia (Virginia 3-2) 1986-87 Virginia 77-66 A 1988-89 Tech 88-66 H 1994-95 Virginia 63-62 N 2000-01 Tech 72-59 N 2008-09 Virginia 68-52 A Washington (Tech 5-0) 1982-83 Tech 103-51 1985-86 Tech 79-54 1987-88 Tech 70-50

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1,000-Point Club 1. Pam Kelly (1978-82) 2,979 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 78-79 38 301-472 .638 119-211 .564 372 721 19.0 79-80 45 376-615 .611 180-303 .594 491 932 20.7 80-81 34 236-394 .599 123-204 .603 322 595 17.5 81-82 36 280-435 .644 171-247 .692 326 731 20.3 Totals 153 1,193-1,916 .623 593-965 .615 1,511 2,979 19.5

11. Nora Lewis (1985-89) 1,760 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 85-86 15 80-177 .452 40-58 .690 107 200 13.3 86-87 33 194-421 .461 80-131 .611 259 468 14.2 87-88 33 164-339 .484 122-200 .610 323 450 13.6 88-89 35 253-468 .541 135-239 .565 382 642 18.3 Totals 114 691-1,405 .492 377-628 .600 1,071 1,760 15.4

2. Janice Lawrence (1980-84) 2,403 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 80-81 34 192-326 .589 123-189 .651 283 507 14.9 81-82 36 202-363 .556 124-174 .713 253 528 14.7 82-83 33 272-455 .598 141-222 .635 301 685 20.7 83-84 32 268-433 .619 147-207 .710 260 683 21.3 Totals 135 934-1,577 .592 535-792 .676 1,097 2,403 17.8

12. Debra Williams (1992-96) 1,749 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 92-93 32 120-301 .399 34-60 .567 135 290 9.1 93-94 35 183-417 .439 61-81 .753 159 461 13.2 94-95 31 166-381 .436 64-81 .790 113 432 13.9 95-96 32 224-475 .472 68-94 .723 155 566 17.7 Totals 130 693-1,574 .440 227-316 .718 562 1,749 13.5

3. Angela Turner (1978-82) 2,262 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 78-79 38 273-564 .484 62-92 .674 398 608 17.8 79-80 45 369-710 .520 79-114 .693 315 817 18.2 80-81 34 204-449 .454 53-70 .757 185 507 13.6 81-82 36 175-381 .459 26-38 .684 175 376 10.4 Totals 153 1,021-2,104 .485 220-314 .701 1,073 2,262 14.8

13. Pam Gant (1981-85) 1,714 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 81-82 36 62-125 .496 29-40 .725 48 153 4.3 82-83 32 131-279 .470 23-41 .561 83 285 8.9 83-84 32 225-385 .584 71-101 .703 106 521 16.3 84-85 32 314-552 .569 127-154 .825 139 755 23.6 Totals 132 732-1,341 .546 250-336 .744 376 1,714 13.0

4. Venus Lacy (1987-90) 2,004 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 87-88 33 199-368 .556 82-147 .558 302 480 14.5 88-89 34 280-507 .552 161-241 .668 403 724 21.3 89-90 33 314-521 .603 170-232 .733 420 800 24.2 Totals 100 793-1,396 .568 413-620 .666 1,125 2,004 20.0

14. Elinor Griffin (1976-79) 1,677 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 76-77 31 216-418 .517 63-114 .553 411 495 16.0 77-78 28 236-506 .466 70-108 .648 352 542 19.4 78-79 36 286-548 .522 68-126 .540 398 640 17.8 Totals 95 738-1,472 .501 201-348 .578 1,161 1,677 17.7

5. Adrienne Johnson (2007-2011) 1,985 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 07-08 31 105-254 .413 25-35 .714 163 243 7.8 08-09 34 211-454 .465 103-143 .720 243 527 15.5 09-10 32 189-395 .478 133-175 .760 229 513 16.0 10-11 32 256-501 .511 176-210 .838 301 702 21.9 Totals 129 761-1604 .474 437-563 .776 936 1985 15.4

15. Kay Ford (1975-79) 1,644 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 75-76 29 215-378 .569 106-158 .671 282 536 18.5 76-77 31 189-328 .576 108-151 .715 234 486 15.7 77-78 28 132-255 .518 85-115 .739 192 349 12.5 78-79 38 97-198 .490 79-101 .782 208 273 7.2 Totals 126 633-1,159 .546 378-525 .720 916 1,644 13.0

6. Vickie Johnson (1992-96) 1,960 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 92-93 31 165-372 .444 76-103 .738 194 417 13.5 93-94 35 209-418 .500 87-118 .737 244 517 14.8 94-95 33 224-421 .532 94-127 .740 227 542 16.4 95-96 32 195-382 .510 94-119 .790 216 484 15.1 Totals 131 793-1,593 .498 351-467 .752 881 1,960 15.0

16. Shanavia Dowdell (2006-2010) 1,599 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 06-07 29 44-84 .524 23-32 .719 70 113 3.9 07-08 31 159-330 .482 54-98 .551 231 380 12.3 08-09 33 218-409 .533 85-144 .590 326 531 16.1 09-10 32 235-446 .527 101-153 .660 398 575 18.0 Totals 125 656-1269 .517 263-427 .616 1025 1599 12.8

6. Sheila Ethridge (1987-91) 1,960 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 87-88 34 110-225 .489 47-70 .671 119 268 7.9 88-89 34 184-407 .452 72-91 .791 185 451 13.3 89-90 32 206-430 .479 55-67 .821 158 485 15.2 90-91 30 281-638 .440 119-154 .773 208 756 25.2 Totals 130 781-1,700 .459 293-382 .767 670 1,960 15.1

17. Trina Frierson (1999-00, 2001-2004) 1,581 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 99-00 32 132-272 .485 71-97 .732 148 336 10.5 00-01 DNP 01-02 30 94-205 .459 44-61 .721 147 233 7.8 02-03 34 210-397 .529 90-119 .756 249 510 15.0 03-04 31 215-423 .508 70-99 .707 217 502 16.2 Totals 127 651-1297 .502 275-376 .731 761 1581 12.4

8. Tori Harrison (1983-87) 1,868 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 83-84 33 128-251 .510 55-87 .632 217 311 9.4 84-85 33 201-365 .551 78-134 .582 303 480 14.5 85-86 32 226-367 .616 69-104 .663 247 521 16.3 86-87 33 240-393 .611 76-130 .585 253 556 16.8 Totals 131 795-1,376 .578 278-455 .611 1,020 1,868 14.3 9. Amanda Wilson (1995-99) 1,832 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 95-96 32 109-211 .517 23-37 .622 166 256 8.0 96-97 31 178-314 .567 38-68 .559 267 400 12.9 97-98 34 287-464 .619 54-76 .711 299 629 18.9 98-99 33 241-389 .620 64-83 .771 261 547 16.6 Totals 130 815-1,378 .591 179-264 .678 993 1,832 14.1

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10. Tamicha Jackson (1996-2000) 1,822 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 96-97 35 172-472 .364 36-59 .610 92 428 12.2 97-98 33 202-456 .443 20-33 .606 108 481 14.6 98-99 33 157-382 .411 34-42 .810 62 384 11.6 99-00 34 222-456 .487 39-53 .736 90 529 15.6 Totals 135 753-1,766 .426 129-187 .690 352 1,822 13.5

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18. Lori Scott (1979-83) 1,565 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 79-80 44 217-430 .505 74-134 .552 403 508 11.5 80-81 34 148-288 .514 48-84 .571 252 344 10.1 81-82 36 115-245 .469 56-87 .644 185 286 7.9 82-83 33 176-301 .585 75-105 .714 214 427 12.9 Totals 147 656-1,264 .519 253-410 .617 1,054 1,565 10.6 19. Belinda Jones (1974-78) 1,489 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 74-75 22 223-503 .443 48-69 .696 225 494 22.5 75-76 17 107-247 .433 26-39 .667 227 240 14.1 76-77 28 175-408 .429 53-74 .716 139 403 14.4 77-78 27 156-311 .502 40-58 .690 151 352 13.0 Totals 94 661-1,469 .450 167-240 .696 742 1,489 15.8 20. Amber Obaze (2000-2004) 1,464 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 00-01 36 135-318 .425 46-66 .697 141 330 9.2 01-02 30 153-353 .433 40-45 .889 140 363 12.1 02-03 34 170-399 .426 52-77 .675 130 401 11.8 03-04 32 154-346 .445 53-65 .815 130 372 11.6 Totals 132 612-1416 .432 191-253 .754 541 1464 11.1

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21. Ayana Walker (1998-2002) 1,454 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 98-99 33 70-141 .496 14-39 .359 123 154 4.7 99-00 33 139-263 .529 54-75 .720 234 332 10.1 00-01 36 241-507 .475 94-135 .696 305 577 16.0 01-02 30 162-364 .445 67-98 .684 266 391 13.5 Totals 132 612-1275 .480 229-347 .660 928 1454 11.0

31. Angela Lawson (1984-88) 1,210 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 84-85 29 49-121 .405 25-56 .446 72 123 4.2 85-86 30 147-353 .416 48-65 .738 121 342 11.4 86-87 33 167-392 .426 40-53 .755 138 374 11.3 87-88 33 154-362 .425 56-97 .577 119 371 11.2 Totals 125 517-1,228 .421 169-271 .624 450 1,210 9.7

22. Whitney Jones (2007-present) 1,452 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 07-08 7 25-77 .325 18-33 .545 28 74 10.6 08-09 34 172-431 .399 71-105 .676 165 453 13.3 09-10 31 107-298 .359 65-86 .756 107 319 10.3 10-11 31 104-294 .354 60-89 .674 96 311 10.0 11-12 32 106-300 .353 45-76 .592 128 295 9.2 Totals 135 514-1400 .367 259-389 .666 524 1452 10.8

32. Shan Moore (2003-07) 1,183 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 03-04 30 37-81 .457 41-61 .672 75 116 3.9 04-05 30 107-258 .415 87-116 .750 155 318 10.6 05-06 31 114-313 .364 105-124 .847 157 335 10.8 06-07 30 145-376 .386 79-108 .731 132 414 13.8 Totals 121 403-1028 .392 312-409 .762 519 1,183 9.8

27. Debra Rodman (1980-84) 1,306 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 80-81 34 113-212 .533 48-85 .565 288 274 8.1 81-82 34 123-240 .513 63-99 .636 268 309 9.1 82-83 33 190-347 .548 59-101 .584 352 439 13.3 83-84 31 122-214 .570 40-87 .460 292 284 9.2 Totals 132 548-1,013 .541 210-372 .565 1,200 1,306 9.9 27. Erica Westbrooks (1984-88) 1,306 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 84-85 33 96-183 .525 38-73 .521 184 230 7.0 85-86 32 150-280 .536 48-74 .649 207 348 10.9 86-87 33 103-205 .502 41-61 .672 201 247 7.5 87-88 33 210-378 .556 61-83 .735 238 481 14.6 Totals 131 559-1,046 .534 188-291 .646 830 1,306 9.9 29. Tasha Williams (2002-06) 1,252 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 02-03 34 56-114 .491 52-66 .788 82 168 4.9 03-04 31 42-91 .462 44-61 .721 67 137 4.4 04-05 30 177-369 .480 166-207 ..802 135 546 18.2 05-06 31 114-264 .432 164-207 .792 161 401 12.9 Totals 126 389-838 .464 426-541 .787 445 1252 9.9 30. Erica Smith-Taylor (2001-2005) 1,246 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 01-02 30 88-207 .425 42-63 .667 78 236 7.9 02-03 34 142-372 .382 62-82 .756 137 388 11.4 03-04 32 158-357 .443 84-108 .778 200 443 13.8 04-05 16 58-164 .354 54-66 .818 65 19 11.2 Totals 112 446-1100 .405 242-319 .759 480 1246 11.1

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36. Teresa Weatherspoon (1984-88) 1,087 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 84-85 33 72-140 .514 51-100 .510 127 195 5.9 85-86 32 110-226 .487 61-112 .545 125 281 8.8 86-87 33 122-234 .521 67-95 .705 137 311 9.4 87-88 33 119-249 .478 57-86 .663 144 300 9.1 Totals 131 423-849 .498 236-393 .6001 533 1,087 8.3 37. Danielle Whitehurst Season G FG-FGA 89-90 33 68-197 90-91 30 81-219 91-92 30 90-233 92-93 31 161-331 Totals 124 400-980

(1989-93) 1,066 Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. .345 38-67 .567 125 177 5.4 .370 76-132 .576 239 238 7.9 .386 59-101 .584 165 239 8.0 .486 90-125 .720 202 412 13.3 .408 263-425 .619 731 1,066 8.6

38. LaQuan Stallworth Season G FG-FGA 95-96 31 32-102 96-97 35 104-271 97-98 35 137-299 98-99 33 89-222 Totals 134 362-894

(1995-99) 1,062 Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. .314 16-33 .485 69 83 2.7 .384 84-121 .694 112 294 8.4 .458 125-173 .723 138 400 11.4 .401 107-132 .811 131 285 8.6 .405 332-459 .723 450 1,062 7.9

39. Takeisha Lewis (1998-2002) 1,035 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 98-99 32 60-118 .508 27-50 .540 108 147 4.6 99-00 34 126-207 .609 37-71 .521 228 289 8.5 00-01 36 177-334 .530 58-100 .580 325 412 11.4 01-02 29 78-167 .467 31-61 .508 138 187 6.4 Totals 131 441-826 .534 153-282 .542 799 1,035 7.9

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26. Racquel Spurlock (1992-96) 1,346 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 92-93 32 102-214 .477 77-129 .597 199 281 8.8 93-94 35 142-277 .513 82-116 .707 217 366 10.5 94-95 31 143-239 .598 64-105 .610 261 350 11.3 95-96 32 141-267 .528 67-110 .609 239 349 10.9 Totals 130 528-997 .530 290-460 .630 916 1,346 10.4

35. Shantel Hardison (1988-90; 91-92) 1,127 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 88-89 34 97-215 .451 85-122 .697 124 279 8.2 89-90 32 131-273 .480 71-109 .651 126 333 10.4 91-92 29 190-436 .436 135-183 .738 233 515 17.8 Totals 95 418-924 .452 291-414 .703 483 1,127 11.9

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25. Cheryl Ford (1999-2003) 1,380 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 99-00 34 83-143 .580 56-84 .667 176 222 6.5
 00-01 35 106-201 .527 75-125 .600 180 287 8.2 01-02 30 128-275 .465 82-140 .586 262 338 11.3 02-03 34 206-429 .480 121-192 .630 438 533 15.7 Totals 133 523-1048 .499 334-541 .617 1056 1380 10.3

34. Alisa Burras (1996-98) 1,134 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 96-97 35 272-452 .602 93-162 .574 333 637 18.2 97-98 35 205-339 .605 87-150 .580 283 497 14.2 Totals 70 477-791 .603 180-312 .577 616 1,134 16.2

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24. Monica Maxwell (1995-99) 1,410 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 95-96 33 106-262 .405 48-73 .658 192 260 7.9 96-97 35 152-364 .418 90-120 .750 237 408 11.7 97-98 35 150-351 .427 62-79 .785 223 418 11.9 98-99 33 114-281 .406 40-58 .690 206 324 9.8 Totals 136 522-1,258 .415 240-330 .727 858 1,410 10.4

33. Tia Sossamon (1979-83) 1,161 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 79-80 45 185-356 .520 74-121 .612 262 444 9.9 80-81 33 94-203 .463 40-63 .635 124 228 6.9 81-82 35 87-192 .453 41-71 .577 125 215 6.1 82-83 33 102-207 .493 70-101 .693 145 274 8.3 Totals 146 468-958 .489 225-356 .632 656 1,161 8.0

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23. Jane Ellen Cook (1975-79) 1,426 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 75-76 22 83-174 .477 25-38 .658 113 191 8.7 76-77 31 180-401 .449 47-64 .734 133 407 13.1 77-78 28 169-358 .472 50-63 .794 127 388 13.9 78-79 38 197-379 .520 46-55 .836 142 440 11.6 Totals 119 629-1,312 .479 168-220 .764 515 1,426 12.0

40. Amy Brown (1991-95) 1,033 Season G FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. Pts. Avg. 91-92 21 79-163 .485 54-64 .844 87 213 10.1 92-93 32 107-226 .473 47-66 .712 121 273 8.5 93-94 35 123-257 .479 83-97 .856 141 334 9.5 94-95 33 83-194 .428 36-39 .923 109 213 6.5 Totals 121 392-840 .466 220-266 .827 458 1,033 8.5

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No. Opponent Date Score 1 LSU 1974-75 97-83 10 UL-Monroe 1974-75 116-66 50 Louisiana State 1976-77 101-88 100 Southern Univ. 1978-79 105-83 150 McNeese State 1980-81 101-48 200 Oral Roberts 1981-82 94-53 250 Mississippi Col. 1983-84 109-60 300 Oral Roberts 1984-85 78-59 350 Penn State 1986-87 75-58 400 Holy Cross 1988-89 79-51 450 UL-Monroe 1989-90 55-44 500 Alabama 1992-93 93-72 550 W. Kentucky 1993-94 68-43 600 W. Kentucky 1995-96 89-49 650 Florida State 1997-98 86-60 700 Arkansas State 1998-99 114-67 750 North Texas 2000-01 75-63 800 New Mexico 2002-03 67-54 850 UTEP 2003-04 74-47 900 Iowa 2006-07 77-59 950 Fresno State 2008-09 80-62 1000 Nevada 2010-11 66-59

Total Games Played Overall: 1275 in 39 seasons Independent: 427 in 13 seasons (1974-1987) ASC: 133 in four seasons (1987-1991) SBC: 336 in 10 seasons (1991-2000) WAC: 379 in 12 seasons (2001-2013) All-Time Won-Lost Record Overall: 1017-227 (.828) Independent: 364-63 (.852) America South: 114-19 (.857) Sun Belt Conference: 290-46 (.863) WAC: 263-116 (.693) 20-Win Seasons Overall: 31 (1976-77; 1977-78; 1978-79; 1979-80; 1980-81; 1981-82; 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; 1999-2000; 2000-01; 2001-02; 2002-03; 2003-04; 2004-05; 2005-06, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11) 30-Win Seasons Overall: 18 (1978-79; 1979-80; 1980-81; 1981-82; 1982-83; 1983-84; 1986-87; 1987-88; 1988-89; 1989-90; 1993-94; 1995-96; 1996-97; 199798; 1998-99; 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2002-03) Consecutive 20-Win Seasons: 15 in a Row: 15 (1991-92; 1992-93; 1993-94; 1994-95; 1995-96; 1996-97; 1997-98; 1998-99; 1999-2000; 2000-01; 2001-02; 200203; 2003-04; 2004-05; 2005-06) Consecutive 30-Win Seasons Six in a Row: twice (1978-79; 1979-80; 1980-81; 1981-82; 198283; 1983-84) & (1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01) Four in a Row: 4 (1986-87; 1987-88; 1988-89; 1989-90)

Louisiana Tech Statistical Trends Year Fg-Fga Fg Pct 3P-3PA 3pt Pct FT-FTA FT Pct OR DR Tot R Avg Ast TO Blk Steals Pts Avg 12-13 708-1851 .382 100-380 .263 431-667 .646 404 842 1246 40.2 372 575 75 248 1947 62.8 11-12 797-1935 .412 160-496 .323 377-583 .647 391 830 1221 38.2 472 531 89 239 2131 66.6 10-11 834-1974 .422 166-516 .322 501-740 .677 423 858 1281 40.0 433 506 80 301 2335 73.0 09-10 863-2000 .432 124-406 .305 513-746 .688 475 943 1418 44.3 463 546 120 225 2363 73.8 08-09 899-2214 .406 139-471 .295 418-691 .605 545 966 1511 44.4 439 569 153 291 2355 69.3 07-08 784-1941 .404 116-363 .320 436-658 .663 497 853 1350 43.5 354 601 118 274 2120 68.4 06-07 739-1894 .390 101-316 .320 399-608 .656 488 823 1311 43.7 360 575 97 297 1978 65.9 05-06 793-1956 .405 118-361 .327 557-784 .710 477 904 1381 44.5 385 548 135 336 2261 72.9 04-05 766-1887 .406 145-423 .343 517-730 .708 446 793 1239 41.3 356 478 138 283 2194 73.1 03-04 987-2142 .461 119-353 .337 546-780 .700 528 895 1423 44.5 509 546 122 449 2639 82.5 02-03 1019-2272 .449 111-317 .350 517-740 .699 568 969 1537 45.2 533 525 142 366 2666 78.4 01-02 878-2036 .431 116-336 .345 419-611 .686 559 897 1456 48.5 467 476 151 323 2291 76.4 00-01 1040-2311 .450 104-305 .341 532-780 .682 575 1015 1590 44.2 558 560 167 314 2716 75.4 99-00 1163-2452 .474 163-434 .376 471-661 .713 614 963 1577 46.4 542 610 157 454 2960 87.1 98-99 1117-2413 .463 162-467 .347 492-700 .703 661 855 1516 45.9 532 526 115 463 2888 87.5 97-98 1180-2416 .488 137-397 .345 521-781 .667 596 1007 1603 45.8 660 548 116 406 3018 86.2 96-97 1117-2475 .451 91-318 .286 492-805 .611 707 985 1692 48.3 562 541 141 441 2817 80.5 95-96 1127-2409 .468 78-241 .324 520-810 .642 642 941 1708 51.8 523 437 141 341 2852 86.4 94-95 1041-2137 .487 77-250 .308 561-847 .662 495 902 1536 46.5 503 478 123 333 2720 82.4 93-94 1079-2335 .462 63-180 .350 623-901 .691 594 965 1559 44.5 438 459 129 296 2844 81.3 92-93 961-2142 .449 52-199 .261 499-747 .668 594 901 1495 46.7 438 459 129 296 2473 77.3 91-92 829-2024 .410 28-129 .217 502-721 .696 457 1210 1667 44.5 418 414 92 265 2188 72.9 90-91 853-2077 .410 114-328 .348 495-723 .685 531 820 1351 45.0 393 464 69 293 2315 77.2 89-90 1152-2465 .467 47-162 .290 502-763 .658 736 1011 1747 52.9 658 504 175 410 2853 86.5 88-89 1170-2448 .478 25-75 .333 610-935 .652 690 1029 1719 47.8 684 477 115 377 2975 82.6 87-88 1159-2378 .487 14-55 .255 509-814 .625 677 959 1636 48.1 632 481 156 420 2841 83.6 86-87 1065-2255 .472 ____ ___ 396-668 .593 618 965 1583 48.0 640 510 156 354 2526 76.5 85-86 1000-2129 .468 ____ ___ 429-684 .627 ___ ___ 1465 45.8 620 558 178 327 2429 75.9 84-85 1099-2223 .494 ____ ___ 533-850 .627 ___ ___ 1547 46.9 614 602 159 396 2731 82.8 83-84 1121-2130 .526 ____ ___ 557-857 .650 ___ ___ 1465 44.4 677 624 165 409 2799 84.8 82-83 1102-2123 .519 ____ ___ 500-769 .650 ___ ___ 1422 43.1 750 556 147 367 2704 81.9 81-82 1257-2432 .517 ____ ___ 630-947 .665 ___ ___ 1666 46.3 751 625 136 518 3144 87.3 80-81 1215-2383 .510 ____ ___ 610-957 .638 ___ ___ 1756 51.7 691 669 162 498 3040 89.4 79-80 1622-3094 .524 ____ ___ 683-1065 .641 ___ ___ 2179 48.4 963 861 178 393 3927 87.3 78-79 1337-2583 .518 ____ ___ 494-773 .639 ___ ___ 1823 48.0 781 776 140 368 3168 83.4 77-78 933-2024 .461 ____ ___ 391-605 .646 ___ ___ 1314 46.9 450 518 94 236 2257 80.6 76-77 1114-2368 .470 ____ ___ 479-727 .659 ___ ___ 1669 53.8 498 731 __ __ 2714 87.5 75-76 912-2099 .434 ____ ___ 416-589 .706 ___ ___ 1414 48.8 392 715 __ __ 2255 77.8 74-75 761-2001 .380 ____ ___ 266-437 .609 ___ ___ 1112 50.5 __ __ __ __ 1788 81.3

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20-Win Seasons by Coach Leon Barmore: 19 Kurt Budke: 3 Sonja Hogg: 11 Chris Long: 2* Teresa Weatherspoon: 3* *, Split time as head coach in 2008-09 season 30-Win Seasons by Coach Leon Barmore: 13 Kurt Budke: 1 Sonja Hogg: 6 Record in Season Openers Overall: 30-9 (.769) Home Openers: 32-7 (.821) Road/Neutral Openers: 25-14 (.641) Record in Home Openers Overall: 32-7 (.821) At Thomas Assembly Center: 25-6 (.806) At Memorial Gym: 7-1 (.875)

On the Road 23 1980 vs. La. College 20 1982 vs. Maryland

1982 vs. Old Dominion (L 61-58) 1983 vs. USC (L 69-67)

Longest Losing Streaks Overall 5 2007-08: L 67-62 Southern Miss (H), L 71-50 ULM (H), L 63-50 Mississippi State (H), L 76-45 LSU (H), L 70-60 UALR (A) At Home 4 2007-08: L 67-62 Southern Miss (H), L 71-50 ULM (H), L 63-50 Mississippi State (H), L 76-45 LSU (H) On the Road/Neutral 5 2012-13: L 66-59 Tulane (A), L 57-55 Miss State (A), L 77-26 Texas A&M (A), L 73-46 Rutgers (N), L 77-55 LSU (A)

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Year Fg.-Fga. Fg. Pct. 3P-3PA 3pt. Pct. FT-FTA FT Pct. OR DR Tot R Avg. Ast. TO Blk Steals Pts. P Avg. 12-13 733-1856 .395 137-448 .306 459-656 .700 391 861 1252 40.4 384 565 129 304 2062 66.5 11-12 762-1866 .408 133-456 .292 463-685 .676 404 863 1267 39.6 355 563 116 281 2120 66.2 10-11 747-1892 .395 148-484 .306 419-599 .700 392 842 1234 38.6 369 625 118 279 2061 64.4 09-10 766-2049 .374 152-554 .274 385-584 .659 445 785 1230 38.4 346 558 134 262 2069 64.7 08-09 780-2118 .406 159-577 .276 401-606 .662 490 923 1413 41.6 404 638 127 269 2120 62.4 07-08 741-1910 .388 178-504 .353 369-552 .668 423 772 1195 38.5 392 577 125 293 2029 65.5 06-07 647-1734 .373 116-410 .283 427-623 .685 375 777 1152 38.4 308 609 87 279 1837 61.2 05-06 649-1837 .353 142-519 .274 440-673 .654 413 793 1206 38.9 353 649 94 215 1880 60.6 04-05 726-1871 .388 146-473 .309 395-571 .692 449 789 1238 41.3 382 544 127 228 1993 66.4 03-04 686-1899 .361 139-468 .297 387-561 .690 412 751 1163 36.3 354 769 125 252 1898 59.3 02-03 706-1977 .357 159-495 .321 386-552 .699 392 816 1208 35.5 354 707 127 200 1957 57.6 01-02 574-1741 .330 130-482 .270 327-479 .683 351 704 1055 35.2 282 599 93 202 1605 53.5 00-01 732-2104 .348 164-567 .289 444-631 .704 451 831 1282 35.6 302 711 66 181 2072 57.6 99-00 702-1997 .352 149-526 .283 461-664 .694 446 771 1217 35.8 315 868 45 221 2014 59.2 98-99 687-1879 .366 127-392 .324 451-675 .668 448 741 1189 36.0 311 821 31 211 1952 59.2 97-98 754-2030 .371 135-449 .301 403-597 .675 391 795 1186 33.9 325 798 56 205 2046 58.5 96-97 722-2034 .355 116-395 .294 368-582 .632 442 835 1277 36.5 374 830 69 236 1928 55.1 95-96 636-1895 .336 107-416 .257 387-598 .647 365 741 1106 33.5 302 670 100 172 1766 53.5 94-95 634-1867 .340 116-398 .291 410-679 .604 388 686 1074 32.5 289 631 76 243 1794 54.4 93-94 714-1973 .362 118-395 .299 472-732 .645 439 843 1282 36.6 331 779 107 214 2018 57.7 92-93 644-1796 .359 95-342 .278 480-724 .663 428 755 1183 37.0 287 601 83 215 1863 58.2 91-92 665-1687 .394 81-275 .295 476-732 .650 1137 37.9 330 555 98 173 1887 62.9 90-91 726-1744 .416 76-224 .339 531-767 .692 343 834 1177 39.2 339 555 58 192 2059 68.6 89-90 628-1883 .334 78-280 .279 434-711 .610 397 747 1144 34.7 335 742 70 224 1766 53.5 88-89 770-2050 .376 57-198 .288 383-568 .674 369 768 1137 31.6 374 694 96 201 1980 55.0 87-88 710-1943 .365 61-193 .316 413-640 .645 390 716 1106 32.5 357 700 62 215 1894 55.7 86-87 692-1931 .358 ____ ___ 436-660 .661 411 724 1135 34.4 384 613 42 232 1822 55.2 85-86 742-1970 .377 ____ ___ 426-657 .648 ___ ___ 1142 35.7 432 584 71 263 1910 59.7 84-85 805-2168 .371 ____ ___ 445-730 .610 ___ ___ 1293 39.2 422 684 86 279 2055 62.3 83-84 778-2016 .386 ____ ___ 399-658 .606 ___ ___ 1100 33.3 423 707 73 302 1955 59.2 82-83 765-1968 .389 ____ ___ 342-539 .635 ___ ___ 1065 32.3 430 702 92 238 1872 56.7 81-82 789-2064 .382 ____ ___ 377-575 .656 ___ ___ 1110 30.8 419 894 70 257 1955 54.3 80-81 787-2061 .382 ____ ___ 398-656 .607 ___ ___ 1075 31.6 462 751 89 269 1970 57.9 79-80 1218-3108 .392 ____ ___ 484-762 .635 ___ ___ 1550 34.4 659 850 114 328 2920 64.9 78-79 1014-2513 .404 ____ ___ 365-560 .658 ___ ___ 1209 31.8 524 766 73 315 2393 63.0 77-78 771-1840 .419 ____ ___ 413-649 .636 ___ ___ 1071 38.3 346 494 72 259 1955 69.8 76-77 900-2310 .390 ____ ___ 504-816 .618 ___ ___ 1503 48.5 399 722 __ __ 2304 74.3 75-76 763-2029 .376 ____ ___ 368-578 .637 ___ ___ 1516 52.3 296 815 __ __ 1818 62.7 74-75 675-1773 .389 ____ ___ 295-505 .584 ___ ___ 1157 52.6 __ __ __ __ 1645 74.8

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Ended 1981 vs Old Dominion (L 61-58) 1990 vs Auburn (L, 81-69) 1983 vs. USC (L 69-67) 2003 vs. LSU (L 69-63) 1994 vs. N. Carolina (L 60-59) 1999 vs. Purdue (L 77-63) 2000 vs. Penn State (L 86-65) 2004 vs. Duke (L 63-49) 1988 vs Penn St. (L 66-62)

1986 vs. UL-Monroe (L 82-74) 1983 vs. USC (L 64-58) 1998 vs. Tennessee (L 92-73) 1989 vs. Tennessee (L 72-65) 2000 vs. Tennessee (L 70-62) 1995 vs. Tennessee (L 62-56) 2004 vs. Illinois (L 71-65 OT)

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Longest Winning Streaks Overall No. Began 54 1980 vs. La. College 32 1989 vs. Praire View A&M 30 1982 vs. Alabama 29 2002 vs. Tulane 25 1993 vs. Texas-Arlington 22 1998 vs. Cleveland State 21 1999 vs. S. Alabama 21 2004 vs. Nevada 20 1987 vs. E. Washington

Longest Winning Streaks At Home 62 1983 vs. Alabama 60 1978 vs. Arkansas 53 1995 vs. Furman 43 1986 vs. SFA 31 1999 vs. SMU 30 1989 vs. Lamar 30 2002 UL-Lafayette

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Date

Sheila Ethridge

47 UTPA

2/23/91

Kelia Shelton

45 UTSA

2/7/13

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LaVerne Henderson 43 Nicholls State 2/21/75

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Individual Breakdown 40-Plus-Point Games by Player (10) Sheila Ethridge - 3

Belinda Jones

43 New Orleans 2/15/75

Sheila Ethridge

42 Tennessee

2/5/91

Pam Gant - 2

Pam Gant

42 Penn State

1/7/85

Belinda Jones - 2

Pam Kelly

41 UCLA

2/20/82

Kay Ford - 1

Belinda Jones

41 UL-Monroe

1/12/75

LaVerne Henderson - 1

Sheila Ethridge

40 Arkansas State 2/2/91

Pam Kelly - 1

Pam Gant

40 Penn State

Kelia Shelton - 1

Kay Ford

40 UL-Lafayette 2/26/76

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30-Plus-Point Games by Player (91) Venus Lacy - 12 Pam Kelly - 9

30-Point Club Shantel Hardison 39 Central Fla. Sheila Ethridge 38 UNLV Sheila Ethridge 38 LSU Janice Lawrence 37 UL-Monroe Pam Gant 37 Tennessee Elinor Griffin 37 La. College LaVerne Henderson 37 UL-Monroe Adrienne Johnson 36 Utah State Tasha Williams 36 Hawaii Venus Lacy 36 Central Fla. Venus Lacy 36 S. F. Austin Pam Gant 36 UL-Monroe Pam Kelly 36 Nebraska Alisa Burras 35 New Orleans Sheila Ethridge 35 Texas Tech Elinor Griffin 35 Tennessee Elinor Griffin 35 S. F. Austin Adrienne Johnson 34 Southern Miss Debra Williams 34 SMU Venus Lacy 34 UL-Lafayette Venus Lacy 34 Texas Tech Venus Lacy 34 Iowa Venus Lacy 34 UL-Lafayette Janice Lawrence 34 Texas Janice Lawrence 34 Auburn Pam Kelly 34 Baylor Pam Kelly 34 Southern Univ. Pam Kelly 34 S. F. Austin Kay Ford 34 NW (La.) St. LaVerne Henderson 34 LSU Sheila Ethridge 33 Lamar Venus Lacy 33 Ark. State Venus Lacy 33 New Orleans Venus Lacy 33 Georgia Tori Harrison 33 Central Mich. Pam Gant 33 Oral Roberts Pam Gant 33 Old Dominion Pam Kelly 33 Tennessee Kay Ford 33 Nicholls State LaVerne Henderson 33 UL-Monroe Belinda Jones 33 LSU Amisha Carter 33 SMU

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Ayana Walker Amanda Wilson Janice Lawrence Elinor Griffin Shanavia Dowdell Adrienne Johnson Whitney Jones Shan Moore Tamicha Jackson Betty Lennox Betty Lennox Debra Williams Shantel Hardison Nora Lewis Venus Lacy Teresa Weatherspoon Tori Harrison Janice Lawrence Janice Mulford Belinda Jones Aarica Ray-Boyd Adrienne Johnson Shanavia Dowdell Shanavia Dowdell Erica Smith-Taylor Tamicha Jackson Amanda Wilson LaQuan Stallworth Amanda Wilson Alisa Burras Venus Lacy Venus Lacy Pam Kelly Pam Kelly Pam Kelly Angela Turner Elinor Griffin Belinda Jones Marilyn Norris Elinor Griffin Mickie DeMoss Belinda Jones

Sheila Ethridge - 7 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Michigan 11/16/01 W. Kentucky 2/7/98 Hawaii 2/28/84 LSU 2/25/77 Nevada 1/26/10 SMU 3/19/08 Utah State 1/10/08 San Jose State 2/8/07 New Orleans 3/4/00 W. Kentucky 1/23/00 UCLA 12/5/99 Massachusetts 12/02/95 No. Illinois 3/18/92 Lamar 3/11/89 Tennessee 2/15/88 New Orleans 3/7/86 Alabama 2/22/86 LSU 3/23/84 Nicholls State 1/18/80 UL-Monroe 2/4/75 San Jose St. 2/16/06 Georgia 12/29/10 UTSA 12/30/09 Western Kentucky 11/30/08 Texas Tech 3/22/04 Arizona 12/6/98 W. Kentucky 1/25/98 South Ala. 1/12/98 Florida State 12/13/97 Lamar 1/23/97 New Orleans 2/20/90 Auburn 3/31/89 Mississippi 3/2/82 S. F. Austin 1/16/82 Memphis 1/28/80 So. Univ. 2/12/79 Memphis 12/1/78 Delta State 2/14/78 SE La. 2/2/77 UL-Monroe 1/26/77 NW (La.) State 2/7/75 Nicholls State 2/1/75

Pam Gant - 6 Elinor Griffin - 6 Belinda Jones - 6 Janice Lawrence - 5 LaVerne Henderson - 4 Adrienne Johnson - 4 Kay Ford - 3 Amanda Wilson - 3 Shanavia Dowdell - 3 Alisa Burras - 2 Shantel Hardison - 2 Tori Harrison - 2 Tamicha Jackson - 2 Betty Lennox - 2 Debra Williams - 2 Mickie DeMoss - 1 Nora Lewis - 1 Janice Mulford - 1 Marilyn Norris - 1 LaQuan Stallworth - 1 Angela Turner - 1 Teresa Weatherspoon - 1 Ayana Walker -1 Amisha Carter - 1 Erica Smith-Taylor - 1 Tasha Williams - 1 Aarica Ray-Boyd - 1 Shan Moore - 1 Whitney Jones - 1

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Individual Game Records Points 1. 47 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. UTPA 2. 45 Kelia Shelton (12-13) vs. UTSA 3. 43 LaVerne Henderson (74-75) vs. Nicholls St. 3. 43 Belinda Jones (74-75) vs. New Orleans 5. 42 Pam Gant (84-85) vs. Penn State 5. 42 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. Tennessee 7. 41 Belinda Jones (74-75) vs. UL-Monroe 7. 41 Pam Kelly (81-82) vs. UCLA 9. 40 Kay Ford (75-76) vs. Nicholls St. 9. 40 Pam Gant (84-85) vs. Penn State 9. 40 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. Arkansas St.

Opponent Assists 1. 17 Suzie McConnell (85-86), Penn State 2. 14 Debbie Black (76-77), Delta State 2. 14 Missy Weisinger (78-79), SFA 4. 12 Debbie Lytle (81-82), Maryland 4. 12 Pam Webber (91-92), Connecticut 4. 12 Helen Darling (99-00), Penn State 7. 11 Nine Players Tied Steals 1. 10 Teresa Weatherspoon (85-86) vs. UCLA 1. 10 LaQuan Stallworth (97-98) vs. So. Ala. 1. 10 Tasha Williams (02-03) vs. Boise State 1. 10 Tasha Williams (05-06) vs. Hawaii 5. 9 Teresa Weatherspoon (85-86) vs. Long Bch. St. 5. 9 Teresa Weatherspoon (87-88) vs. Pepperdine 5. 9 Amanda Wilson (97-98) vs. Arizona 8. 8 Eight Players Tied Opponent Steals 1. 9 Luisa Harris (76-77), Delta State 1. 9 Dana Holsten (91-92), Arkansas State 3. 8 Annan Wilson (88-89), Colorado

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Tori Harrison (84-85) vs. Southern Cal Tori Harrison (85-86) vs. New Orleans Shanavia Dowdell (08-09) vs. Nicholls St Tori Harrison (86-87) vs. Miami Margaret DeCiman (04-05) vs. Boise St 12 Players Tied

3-Pointers Attempted 1. 23 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. Tennessee 2. 17 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. LSU 2. 17 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. UTPA 4. 16 Brooke Lassiter (01-02) vs. UCSB 5. 14 Aarica Ray-Boyd (05-06) vs. Utah State 6. 13 Tamicha Jackson (98-99) vs. Arizona 6. 13 Aarica Ray-Boyd (05-06) vs. Hawaii 8. 12 10 Players Tied

Opponent Blocks 1. 14 Alyssa Shriver (01-02), Tulsa 2. 12 Anne Donovan (79-80), Old Dominion 2. 12 Anne Donovan (81-82), Old Dominion 4. 8 Anne Donovan (80-81), Old Dominion 5. 7 Julie Gross (79-80), LSU 5. 7 Uirannah Jackson (88-89), Lamar 5. 7 Carrie Upshaw (88-89), New Orleans 5. 7 Cassandra Barker (92-93), UL-Monroe 5. 7 Kara Wolters (95-96), Connecticut 5. 7 Candace Parker (06-07), Tennessee 5. 7 Ashley Walters (11-12), Idaho Field Goals Made 1. 20 Belinda Jones (74-75) vs. New Orleans 2. 19 Belinda Jones (74-75) vs. UL-Monroe 3. 18 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. UTPA 4. 17 Kay Ford (75-76) vs. UL-Lafayette 4. 17 Elinor Griffin (77-78) vs. Northwestern St. 4. 17 Elinor Griffin (77-78) vs. La. College 4. 17 Elinor Griffin (78-79) vs. Tennessee 4. 17 Pam Gant (83-84) vs. Tennessee 4. 17 Pam Gant (84-85) vs. Penn State 10. 16 Six Players Tied Opponent Field Goals Made 1. 18 Rosie Walker (76-77), Panola JC 2. 17 Joan Darbone (78-79), Northwestern St. 2. 17 Cheryl Miller (84-85), USC 4. 16 Diane Pittman (74-75), Northwestern St. 4. 16 Lisa Brewer (75-76), Northwestern St. 4. 16 Lisa Brewer (76-77), Northwestern St. 4. 16 Penny Tolar (86-87), Long Beach St. 8. 15 Susan Taylor (78-79), Valdosta State 8. 15 Cindy Broydon (78-79), Tennessee 8. 15 Eun Jung Lee (84-85), UL-Monroe Field Goal Attempts 1. 43 Belinda Jones (74-75) vs. UL-Monroe 2. 39 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. Tennessee 3. 36 Belinda Jones (74-75) vs. UL-Monroe 4. 32 Belinda Jones (74-75) vs.Northwestern St. 4. 32 Mickie DeMoss (74-75) vs. AAU All-Stars 4. 32 Mickie DeMoss (74-75) vs. Northwestern St. 4. 32 Betty Lennox (99-00) vs. Old Dominion 8. 31 Five Players Tied Opponent Field Goal Attempts 1. 36 Lisa Brewer (75-76), Northwestern St. 1. 36 Kim Perrot (89-90), UL-Lafayette 3. 32 Lisa Brewer (76-77), Northwestern St. 3. 32 Lisa Brewer (76-77), Northwestern St. 5. 31 Jackie Jackson (79-80), Southern 6. 30 K. Lardner (79-80), Hawaii 6. 30 Lynette Woodard (79-80), Kansas 6. 30 Kim Perrot (89-90), UL-Lafayette 6. 30 Kim Williams (96-97), Depaul 6. 30 Lyndra Littles (08-09), Virginia 3-Pointers Made 1. 10 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. UTPA 2. 8 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. Tennessee 3. 7 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) vs. LSU 3. 7 Tamicha Jackson (98-99) vs. Arizona 3. 7 Brooke Lassiter (01-02) vs. SMU 3. 7 Aarica Rary-Boyd (05-06) vs. Utah State 3. 7 Aarica Ray-Boyd (05-06) vs. San Jose St. 3. 7 Brietta Thomas (10-11) vs. Boise State 9. 6 Tamicha Jackson (96-97) vs. Auburn 9. 6 Monica Maxwell (98-99) vs. So. Alabama

Opponent 3-Pointers Made 1. 9 Shante Perry (08-09), McNeese State 2. 7 Sonja Tate (92-93), Arkansas State 2. 7 Betsy Harris (93-94), Alabama 2. 7 Abby Vaughan (01-02), Boise State 2. 7 Ashley Bastian (02-03), Nevada 6. 6 14 Players Tied

Opponent 3-Pointers Attempted 1. 20 Kim Perrot (89-90), UL-Lafayette 2. 19 Kim Sitzman (08-09), UALR 3. 15 Brenda Hatchett (91-92), Lamar 3. 15 Sonja Tate (92-93), Arkansas State 3. 15 Kelly Mazzante (03-04), Penn State 6. 14 Betsy Harris (93-94), Alabama 6. 14 Tracy Harding (93-94), Baylor 6. 14 Danielle Featherson (94-95), Ark. St. 6. 14 Alexis Rack (09-10), Mississippi State 6. 14 Crystal Smith (05-06), Iowa Free Throws Made 1. 16 Adrienne Johnson (10-11) vs. Utah State 2. 15 Pam Kelly (81-82) vs. UCLA 2. 15 Shantel Hardison (91-92) vs. Lamar 2. 15 Tasha Crain (04-05) vs. Rice 5. 14 Cheryl Ford (02-03) vs. Tulsa 5. 14 Mary Nell Kendrick (76-77) vs. NW (La.) St. 5. 14 Kim Mulkey (83-84) vs. Auburn 8. 13 Venus Lacy (88-89) vs. LSU 8. 13 Shantel Hardison (91-92) vs. UCF 8. 13 Amisha Carter (03-04) vs. SMU Opponent Free Throws Made 1. 18 Pam Cook (76-77), SE Louisiana 2. 16 Angela Self (76-77), La. College 2. 16 Sheila Thompson (77-78), La. College 2. 16 Eun Jung Lee (85-86), UL-Monroe 2. 16 Jasmine Crew (11-12), Seton Hall 6. 15 Crystal Smith (05-06), Iowa 7. 14 Mindy Sherred (86-87), No. Arizona 7. 14 Robin Martin (91-92), New Orleans 7. 14 Amber Watts (04-05), Ole Miss 7. 14 Tasha Harris (09-10, Boise State Free Throws Attempted 1. 22 Pam Kelly (81-82) vs. UCLA 2. 21 Shantel Hardison (91-92) vs. Lamar 3. 19 Shantel Hardison (91-92) vs. UCF 3. 19 Cheryl Ford (02-03) vs. Tulsa 5. 18 Tia Sossamon (80-81) vs. NW (La.) St. 5. 18 Kim Mulkey (83-84) vs. Auburn 7. 17 Cheryl Ford (02-03) vs. San Jose St. 7. 17 Venus Lacy (89-90) vs. Virginia 9. 16 Nine Times

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Assists 1. 23 Mary Nell Kendrick (76-77) vs. UL-Monroe 2. 18 Mary Nell Kendrick (78-79) vs. LSU 3. 17 Teresa Weatherspoon (84-85) vs. UL-Monroe 4. 16 Jennifer White (79-80) vs. Memphis 4. 16 Teresa Weatherspoon (85-86) vs. Texas Tech 6. 15 Mary Nell Kendrick (76-77) vs. Miss. Col. 6. 15 Mary Nell Kendrick (76-77) vs. LSU 6. 15 Jennifer White (79-80) vs. UL-Monroe 6. 15 Teresa Weatherspoon (87-88) vs. Okla. St. 6. 15 Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) vs. Nevada

9. 6 Tiawana Pringle (07-08) vs. SFA

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Opponent Rebounds 1. 30 Vickie Chapman (74-75), McNeese State 2. 23 Cheryl Miller (84-85), USC 3. 21 Cindy Brown (85-86) 22, Long Beach St. 4. 21 T. Jones (75-76), Southern 4. 21 Uriannah Jackson (81-82), Lamar 6. 20 Alfrenda Craft (76-77), Miss. College 6. 20 Anne Donovan (80-81), Old Dominion 6. 20 Debra Mitchell (82-83), Miss. College 6. 20 Kara Wolters (95-96), Connecticut 6. 20 Shalee Lening (05-06), Kansas State 6. 20 Kamilah Jackson (10-11), Hawaii

Blocks 1. 9 2. 8 2. 8 4. 7 4. 7 6. 6

Jillian Robbins (03-04), Tulsa Alberta Auguste (06-07), Tennessee Sayja Sumler (10-11), San Jose State Linda Kinard (77-78), UL-Monroe Rosalind Polk (83-84), SFA Ramona Jones (91-92), Lamar Hamchetou Maiga (99-00), Old Dominion Kimya Murray (01-02), UTEP

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Rebounds 1. 37 LaVerne Henderson (74-75) vs. UL-Monroe 2. 26 Elinor Griffin (77-78) vs. Southern 3. 25 Cheryl Ford (02-03) vs. Fresno State 3. 25 Elinor Griffin (77-78) vs. Panola JC 5. 24 Elinor Griffin (77-78) vs. LSU 6. 23 Cheryl Ford (02-03) vs. SMU 6. 23 LaVerne Henderson (74-75) vs. UL-Monroe 6. 23 Elinor Griffin (77-78) vs. Panola JC 6. 23 Pam Kelly (79-80) vs. LSU 10. 22 Elinor Griffin (75-76) vs. LSU 10. 22 Lori Scott (79-80) vs. UL-Monroe

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Opponent Points 1. 46 Crystal Smith (05-06), Iowa 2. 43 Cheryl Miller (84-85), USC 3. 40 Rosie Walker (78-79), SFA 4. 39 Lisa Brewer (74-75), Northwestern St. 4. 39 Rosie Walker (76-77), Panola JC 4. 39 Shante Perry (08-09), McNeese State 7. 38 Jean Darbonne (78-79), Northwestern St. 8. 37 Saudia Rountree (95-96), Georgia 8. 37 Chasity Melvin (97-98), N.C.State 10. 36 Maree Jackson (76-77), LSU 10. 36 Penny Toler (86-87), Long Beach St.

Opponent Free Throws Attempted 1. 23 Pam Cook (76-77), SE Louisiana 2. 21 Angela Self (76-77), La. College 2. 21 Jasmine Crew (11-12), Seton Hall 4. 20 Whitney York (09-10), UTSA 5. 19 Maree Jackson (77-78) , LSU 5. 19 Crystal Smith (05-06), Iowa 6. 18 Alexis Williams (97-98), UTPA 6. 18 Tasha Harris (09-10), Boise State 9. 17 Seven Different Players

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Brooke Lassiter

Pam Kelly

Venus Lacy

Christie Sides

Tasha Williams

Individual Single Season Records Points 1. 932 2. 817 3. 800 4. 756 5. 755 6. 731 7. 724 8. 721 9. 702 10. 685

Pam Kelly (79-80) Angela Turner (79-80) Venus Lacy (89-90) Sheila Ethridge (90-91) Pam Gant (84-85) Pam Kelly (81-82) Venus Lacy (88-89) Pam Kelly (78-79) Adrienne Johnson (10-11) Janice Lawrence (82-83)

Blocks 1. 103 Tori Harrison (85-86) 2. 88 Ayana Walker (00-01) 3. 87 Tori Harrison (86-87) 4. 85 Tori Harrison (84-85) 5. 72 Venus Lacy (89-90) 6. 71 Lori Scott (79-80) 7. 66 Tori Harrison (83-84) 7. 66 Cheryl Ford (02-03) 9. 62 Elinor Griffin (78-79) 10. 60 Shanavia Dowdell (08-09)

Rebounds 1. 491 Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. 438 Cheryl Ford (02-03) 3. 420 Venus Lacy (89-90) 4. 411 Elinor Griffin (76-77) 5. 403 Venus Lacy (88-89) 6. 403 Lori Scott (79-80) 7. 398 Shanavia Dowdell (09-10) 7. 398 Elinor Griffin (78-79) 9. 382 Nora Lewis (88-89) 10. 372 Pam Kelly (78-79)

Field Goals Made 1. 376 Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. 369 Angela Turner (79-80) 3. 314 Pam Gant (84-85) 3. 314 Venus Lacy (89-90) 5. 301 Pam Kelly, (78-79) 6. 287 Amanda Wilson (97-98) 7. 281 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 8. 280 Pam Kelly (81-82) 8. 280 Venus Lacy (88-89) 10. 273 Angela Turner (78-79)

Assists 1. 365 Jennifer White (79-80) 2. 274 Mary Nell Kendrick (78-79) 3. 269 T. Weatherspoon (86-87) 4. 256 T. Weatherspoon (85-86) 5. 238 T. Weatherspoon (84-85) 6. 233 Kim Mulkey (83-84) 7. 225 LaQuan Stallworth (97-98) 8. 218 Kim Mulkey (82-83) 8. 218 Shantel Hardison (89-90) 10. 202 Kim Mulkey (81-82)

Field Goals Attempted 1. 710 Angela Turner (79-80) 2. 638 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 3. 615 Pam Kelly (79-80) 4. 564 Angela Turner (78-79) 5. 552 Pam Gant (84-85) 6. 548 Elinor Griffin (78-79) 7. 526 Betty Lennox (99-00) 8. 521 Venus Lacy (89-90) 9. 507 Venus Lacy (88-89) 9. 507 Ayana Walker (00-01)

Steals 1. 117 T. Weatherspoon (86-87) 2. 111 Tamicha Jackson (99-00) 3. 104 Pam Gant (84-85) 4. 102 T. Weatherspoon (87-88) 4. 102 T. Weatherspoon (85-86) 6. 101 Erica Smith-Taylor (03-04) 7. 100 Betty Lennox (99-00) 8. 98 Amanda Wilson (97-98) 8. 98 Amanda Wilson (96-97) 10. 96 Angela Turner (80-81) 10. 96 Angela Turner (79-80)

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 100 Attempts) 1. .644 Pam Kelly (81-82) 2. .638 Pam Kelly (78-79) 3. .620 Amanda Wilson (98-99) 4. .619 Janice Lawrence (83-84) 4. .619 Amanda Wilson (97-98) 6. .616 Tori Harrison (85-86) 7. .611 Tori Harrison (86-87) 7. .611 Pam Kelly (79-80) 9. .609 Takeisha Lewis (99-00) 10. .605 Alisa Burras (97-98)

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Free Throws Made 1. 180 Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. 176 Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 3. 171 Pam Kelly (81-82) 4. 170 Venus Lacy (89-90) 5. 166 Tasha Williams (04-05) 6. 164 Tasha Williams (05-06) 7. 161 Venus Lacy (88-89) 8. 152 Amisha Carter (03-04) 9. 147 Janice Lawrence (83-84) 10. 135 Nora Lewis (88-89) 10. 135 Shantel Hardison (91-92) Free Throws Attempted 1. 303 Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. 247 Pam Kelly (81-82) 3. 241 Venus Lacy (88-89) 4. 239 Nora Lewis (88-89) 5. 232 Venus Lacy (89-90) 6. 231 Amisha Carter (03-04) 7. 222 Janice Lawrence (82-83) 8. 211 Pam Kelly (78-79) 9. 210 Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 10. 207 Janice Lawrence (83-84) 10. 207 Tasha Williams (04-05) 10. 207 Tasha Williams (05-06) Free Throw Percentage (Minimum 50 Attempts) 1. .951 Brooke Lassiter (01-02) 2. .910 Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 3. .901 Brooke Lassiter (99-00) 4. .865 Jasmine Bendolph (09-10) 5. .856 Amy Brown (93-94) 6. .847 Shan Moore (05-06) 7. .844 Jasmine Bendolph (10-11) 7. .844 Amy Brown (91-92) 9. .838 Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 10. .836 Jane Ellen Cook (78-79) Three-pointers Made 1. 86 Aarica Ray-Boyd (05-06) 2. 75 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 3. 61 Betty Lennox (99-00) 4. 57 Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 5. 56 Monica Maxwell (98-99) 5. 56 Monica Maxwell (97-98) 7. 54 Brooke Lassiter (01-02) 8. 53 Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) 9. 50 Debra Williams (95-96) 10. 48 Tamicha Jackson (96-97)

Three-pointers Attempted 1. 232 Aarica Ray-Boyd (05-06) 2. 189 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 3. 167 Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 4. 163 Betty Lennox (99-00) 5. 148 Lakiste Barkus (04-05) 6. 145 Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 7. 143 Monica Maxwell (98-99) 7. 143 Monica Maxwell (97-98) 9. 141 Brooke Lassiter (01-02) 10. 139 Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) Three-point Percentage (Minimum 50 Attempts) 1. .468 Christie Sides (98-99) 2. .447 Aarica Ray-Boyd (02-03) 3. .429 Christie Sides (99-00) 4. .413 Tasha Williams (04-05) 5. .405 Shan Moore (06-07) 6. .400 Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 7. .400 Tiawana Pringle (07-08) 8. .397 Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 9. .396 Jasmine Bendolph (09-10) 10. .392 Monica Maxwell (98-99) 10. .392 Monica Maxwell (97-98) Minutes 1. 1223 Essence Perry (00-01) 2. 1219 Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 3. 1188 Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 4. 1148 Ayana Walker (00-01) 5. 1129 Nora Lewis (88-89) 6. 1122 Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 7. 1117 Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) 8. 1116 Shanavia Dowdell (09-10) 9. 1110 Whitney Jones (08-09) 10. 1096 Lakiste Barkus (04-05)

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Debra Rodman

Jasmine Bendolph

Angela Turner

Kendra Neal

Tori Harrison

Cheryl Ford

Individual Career Leaders

Rebounds 1. 1,511 Pam Kelly 2. 1,200 Debra Rodman 3. 1,161 Elinor Griffin 4. 1,125 Venus Lacy 5. 1,097 Janice Lawrence 6. 1,073 Angela Turner 7. 1,071 Nora Lewis 8. 1,056 Cheryl Ford 9. 1,054 Lori Scott 10. 1,025 Shanavia Dowdell

1979-82 1981-84 1977-79 1987-90 1981-84 1978-82 1986-89 1999-03 1980-83 2006-10

Assists 1. 958 2. 849 3. 819 4. 581 5. 516 6. 494 7. 477 8. 474 9. 466 10. 448

Teresa Weatherspoon 1984-88 Kim Mulkey 1980-84 Jennifer White 1979-83 LaQuan Stallworth 1995-99 Jasmine Bendolph 2008-12 Kendra Neal 1992-96 Tasha Williams 2002-06 Tamicha Jackson 1996-00 Angela Turner 1978-82 Shantel Hardison 1988-90; 1991-92

Steals 1. 411 2. 361 3. 358 4. 303 5. 291 6. 277 7. 274 8. 253 9. 250 10. 237

Teresa Weatherspoon Tamicha Jackson Angela Turner Amanda Wilson Janice Lawrence Tasha Williams Pam Kelly Pam Gant Erica Smith-Taylor Kendra Neal

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1984-88 1996-00 1978-82 1995-99 1980-84 2002-06 1978-82 1981-85 2001-05 1992-96

Field Goals Made 1. 1,193 Pam Kelly 2. 1,021 Angela Turner 3. 934 Janice Lawrence 4. 815 Amanda Wilson 5. 795 Tori Harrison 6. 793 Vickie Johnson 7. 793 Venus Lacy 8. 781 Sheila Ethridge 9. 761 Adrienne Johnson 10. 753 Tamicha Jackson

1978-82 1978-82 1980-84 1995-99 1983-87 1992-96 1987-90 1987-91 2007-11 1996-00

Field Goals Attempted 1. 2,104 Angela Turner 2. 1,916 Pam Kelly 3. 1,766 Tamicha Jackson 4. 1,700 Sheila Ethridge 5. 1,604 Adrienne Johnson 6. 1,593 Vickie Johnson 7. 1,577 Janice Lawrence 8. 1,574 Debra Williams 9. 1,469 Belinda Jones 10. 1,416 Amber Obaze

1978-82 1978-82 1996-00 1987-91 2007-11 1992-96 1980-84 1992-96 1974-78 2000-04

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 187 Tamicha Jackson 2. 184 Aarica Ray-Boyd 3. 165 Whitney Jones 4. 136 Debra Williams 5. 126 Monica Maxwell 6. 123 Brooke Lassiter 7. 105 Sheila Ethridge 7. 105 Jasmine Bendolph 9. 112 Erica Smith-Taylor 10. 88 Betty Lennox

1996-00 2002-06 2007-12 1992-96 1995-99 1998-02 1987-91 2008-12 2001-05 1998-00

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 579 Tamicha Jackson 1996-00 2. 516 Whitney Jones 2007-12 3. 496 Aarica Ray-Boyd 2002-06 4. 378 Debra Williams 1992-96 5. 349 Monica Maxwell 1995-99 6. 337 Erica Smith-Taylor 2001-05 7. 319 Brooke Lassiter 1998-02 8. 309 Jasmine Bendolph 2008-12

9. 277 Sheila Ethridge 10. 251 Betty Lennox

1987-91 1998-00

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 attempted) 1. .448 Christie Sides 1998-00 2. .392 Shan Moore 2003-07 3. .385 Brooke Lassiter 1998-02 4. .379 Sheila Ethridge 1987-91 5. .371 Aarica Ray-Boyd 2002-06 6. .361 Monica Maxwell 1995-99 7. .355 Tasha Williams 2002-06 8. .351 Betty Lennox 1998-00 9. .347 Amber Obaze 2000-04 10. .343 Brietta Thomas 2007-11 Free Throws Made 1. 593 Pam Kelly 2. 535 Janice Lawrence 3. 437 Adrienne Johnson 4. 426 Tasha Williams 5. 413 Venus Lacy 6. 378 Kay Ford 7. 377 Nora Lewis 8. 351 Vickie Johnson 9. 334 Cheryl Ford 10. 332 LaQuan Stallworth

1979-82 1981-84 2007-11 2002-06 1988-90 1976-79 1986-89 1993-96 1999-03 1996-99

Free Throws Attempted 1. 965 Pam Kelly 2. 792 Janice Lawrence 3. 628 Nora Lewis 4. 620 Venus Lacy 5. 563 Adrienne Johnson 6. 541 Cheryl Ford 6. 541 Tasha Williams 7. 525 Kay Ford 8. 467 Vickie Johnson 10. 460 Racquel Spurlock

1979-82 1981-84 1986-89 1988-90 2007-11 1999-03 2002-06 1976-79 1993-96 1993-96

Free Throw Percentage (min. 100 attempted) 1. .915 Brooke Lassiter 2. .827 Amy Brown 3. .798 Jasmine Bendolph 4. .798 Pennee Hall 5. .796 Jamie Scheppmann 6. .787 Tasha Williams 7. .776 Adrienne Johnson 8. .767 Sheila Ethridge 9. .764 Jane Ellen Cook 10. .763 Shan Moore

1998-02 1992-95 2008-12 1984-85 1997-99 2002-06 2007-11 1988-91 1976-79 2003-07

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1987-90 1978-82 1980-84 1976-79 1996-98 1974-78 2007-11 1985-89 1987-91 1992-96

1983-87 1998-02 1992-96 1980-84 1979-83 1999-03 1987-90 2007-11 1991-95 1984-88 2006-10

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Scoring Average 1. 20.0 Venus Lacy 2. 19.5 Pam Kelly 3. 17.8 Janice Lawrence 4. 17.7 Elinor Griffin 5. 16.1 Alisa Burras 6. 15.8 Belinda Jones 7. 15.4 Adrienne Johnson 8. 15.2 Nora Lewis 9. 15.1 Sheila Ethridge 10. 15.0 Vickie Johnson

Blocked Shots 1. 341 Tori Harrison 2. 236 Ayana Walker 3. 215 Racquel Spurlock 4. 189 Janice Lawrence 5. 181 Lori Scott 6. 173 Cheryl Ford 7. 164 Venus Lacy 8. 156 Adrienne Johnson 9. 153 LaShawn Brown 10. 146 Erica Westbrooks 10. 146 Shanavia Dowdell

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1978-82 1980-84 1978-82 1987-90 2010-11 1992-96 1987-91 1983-87 1995-99 1996-00

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Points 1. 2,979 Pam Kelly 2. 2,403 Janice Lawrence 3. 2,262 Angela Turner 4. 2,004 Venus Lacy 5. 1,985 Adrienne Johnson 6. 1,960 Vickie Johnson 6. 1,960 Sheila Ethridge 8. 1,868 Tori Harrison 9. 1,832 Amanda Wilson 10. 1,822 Tamicha Jackson

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Single Season Records by Classification Freshman Records

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Points 1. Pam Kelly (78-79) 2. Angela Turner (78-79) 3. Kay Ford (75-76) 4. Lori Scott (79-80) 5. Janice Lawrence (80-81) 6. Elinor Griffin (76-77) 7. Belinda Jones (74-75) 8. Tia Sossoman (79-80) 9. Jennifer White (79-80) 10. Tamicha Jackson (96-97)

721 608 536 508 507 495 494 444 430 428

Sophomore Records

Field Goals Made 1. Pam Kelly (78-79) 2. Angela Turner (78-79) 3. Belinda Jones (74-75) 4. Lori Scott (79-80) 5. Elinor Griffin (76-77) 6. Kay Ford (75-76) 7. Janice Lawrence (80-81) 8. Tia Sossoman (79-80) 9. Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 1 0. Jennifer White (79-80)

301 273 223 217 216 215 192 185 172 169

Points 1. Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. Jane Ellen Cook (79-80) 3. Elinor Griffin (77-78) 4. Janice Lawrence (81-82) 5. Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 6. Vickie Johnson (93-94) 7. Kay Ford (76-77) 8. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 9. Tori Harrison (84-85) 9. Venus Lacy (87-88)

932 817 542 528 527 517 486 481 480 480 491 352 315 302 268 267 255 253 252 244

Rebounds 1. Elinor Griffin (76-77) 411 2. Lori Scott (79-80) 403 3. Pam Kelly (78-79) 372 4. LaVerne Henderson (74-75) 328 5. Debra Rodman (80-81) 288 6. Janice Lawrence (80-81) 283 7. Kay Ford (75-76) 282 8. Tia Sossoman (79-80) 262 9. Marilyn Norris (76-77) 253 10. Angela Turner (78-79) 246

Free Throws Attempted 1. Pam Kelly (78-79) 211 2. Janice Lawrence (80-81) 189 3. Kay Ford (75-76) 158 4. LaVerne Henderson (74-75) 143 5. Lori Scott (79-80) 134 5. Jennifer White (79-80) 134 7. Tarkeisha Wysinger (07-08) 132 8. Racquel Spurlock (92-93) 129 9. Tia Sossoman (80-81) 121 10. Kim Mulkey (80-81) 118

Rebounds 1. Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. Elinor Griffin (77-78) 3. Angela Turner (79-80) 4. Venus Lacy (87-88) 5. Debra Rodman (81-82) 6. Amanda Wilson (96-97) 7. Stacey Davis (84-85) 8. Janice Lawrence (81-82) 9. Lori Scott (80-81) 10. Vickie Johnson (93-94)

Assists 1. Jennifer White (79-80) 365 2. Teresa Weatherspoon (84-85) 238 3. Kim Mulkey (80-81) 196 4. Julie Wilkerson (79-80) 150 5. Lori Scott (79-80) 134 6. Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 132 7. Angela Turner (78-79) 111 8. Tasha Williams (02-03) 108 9. LaQuan Stallworth (95-96) 79 9. Amber Obaze (00-01) 79

Free Throws Made 1. Janice Lawrence (80-81) 123 2. Pam Kelly (78-79) 119 3. Kay Ford (75-76) 106 4. Tarkeisha Wysinger (07-08) 96 5. Jennifer White (79-80) 92 6. LaVerne Henderson (74-75) 88 7. Whitney Frazier (11-12) 85 8. Julie Wilkerson (79-80) 83 9. Racquel Spurlock (92-93) 77 10. Kim Mulkey (80-81) 76

Assists 1. Teresa Weatherspoon (85-86) 256 2. Kim Mulkey (81-82) 202 3. Angela Turner (79-80) 174 4. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 156 5. Jennifer White (80-81) 141 6. LaQuan Stallworth (96-97) 137 7. Jasmine Bendolph (09-10) 123 8. Lori Scott (80-81) 111 9. Kendra Neal (93-94) 110 9. Brooke Lassiter (99-00) 110

Steals 1. Teresa Weatherspoon (84-85) 90 2. Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 82 3. Angela Turner (78-79) 71 4. Tasha Williams (02-03) 69 5. Tarkeisha Wysinger (07-08) 67 6. Jennifer White (79-80) 65 7. Pam Kelly (78-79) 61 8. Debra Rodman (80-81) 59 9. Janice Lawrence (80-81) 57 10. Lori Scott (79-80) 56

Three-pointers Attempted 1. Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 145 2. Whitney Jones (08-09) 113 3. Lulu Perry (12-13) 107 4. Aarica Ray-Boyd (02-03) 85 5. Erica Smith-Taylor (01-02) 54 6. Debra Williams (92-93) 53 7. Jamie Scheppmann (96-97) 52 8. Eboni Mangum (05-06) 51 9. Toya George (02-03) 49 10. Amanda Wilson (95-96) 48

Steals 1. Teresa Weatherspoon (85-86) 102 2. Amanda Wilson (96-97) 98 3. Angela Turner (79-80) 96 4. Pam Kelly (79-80) 90 5. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 84 6. Janice Lawrence (81-82) 78 7. Lori Scott (80-81) 75 8. Erica Smith-Taylor (02-03) 73 9. Barbara Bolden (89-90) 66 10. Tasha Williams (03-04) 65

Blocks 1. Lori Scott (79-80) 2. Tori Harrison (83-84) 3. Debra Rodman (80-81) 4. Janice Lawrence (80-81) 5. Ayana Walker (98-99) 6. LaShawn Brown (91-92) 7. Adrienne Johnson (07-08) 8. Cheryl Ford (99-00) 9. Erica Westbrooks (84-85) 10. Monica Maxwell (95-96)

71 66 52 49 44 34 30 29 25 20

Three-pointers Made 1. Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 2. Aarica Ray-Boyd (02-03) 2. Whitney Jones (08-09) 4. Lulu Perry (12-13) 5. Erica Smith-Taylor (01-02) 6. Debra Williams (92-93) 6. Sidney Stewart (07-08) 8. Toya George (02-03) 8. Amanda Wilson (95-96) 8. Jamie Scheppmann (96-97)

48 38 38 21 18 16 16 15 15 15

Blocks 1. Tori Harrison (84-85) 2. Ayana Walker (98-99) 3. Racquel Spurlock (93-94) 4. Venus Lacy (87-88) 5. Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 6. Janice Lawrence (81-82) 7. Elinor Griffin (77-78) 8. Shanavia Dowdell (07-08) 9. Erica Westbrooks (85-86) 10. Takeisha Lewis (99-00)

85 56 51 50 46 44 43 40 38 37

564 503 472 472 430 418 378 372 356 332

Minutes Played 1. Whitney Jones (08-09) 2. Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 3. Amber Obaze (00-01) 4. Vickie Johnson (92-93) 5. Tasha Williams (02-03) 5. Whitney Frazier (11-12) 7. Tarkeisha Wysinger (07-08) 8. Lulu Perry (12-13) 9. Racquel Spurlock (92-93) 10. Adrienne Johnson (07-08)

1110 984 930 877 822 822 821 771 690 650

Field Goals Attempted 1. Angela Turner (79-80) 2. Pam Kelly (79-80) 3. Elinor Griffin (77-78) 4. Mickie DeMoss (74-75) 5. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 6. Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 7. Whitney Jones (08-09) 8. Vickie Johnson (93-94) 9. Debra Williams (93-94) 10. Sheila Ethridge (88-89)

710 615 506 502 456 454 431 418 417 407

Field Goals Attempted 1. Angela Turner (78-79) 2. Belinda Jones (74-75) 3. Pam Kelly (78-79) 3. Tamicha Jackson (96-97) 5. Lori Scott (79-80) 6. Elinor Griffin(76-77) 7. Kay Ford (75-76) 8. Vickie Johnson (92-93) 9. Tia Sossoman (79-80) 10. Jennifer White (79-80)

Field Goals Made 1. Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. Angela Turner (79-80) 3. Elinor Griffin (77-78) 4. Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 5. Vickie Johnson (93-94) 6. Janice Lawrence (81-82) 6. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 8. Tori Harrison (84-85) 9. Venus Lacy (87-88) 10. Kay Ford (76-77)

376 369 236 211 209 202 202 201 199 189

Free Throws Attempted 1. Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. Janice Lawrence (81-92) 3. Maquisha Walker (94-95) 4. Kay Ford (76-77) 5. Venus Lacy (87-88) 6. Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 7. Tori Harrison (84-85) 8. Danielle Whitehurst (90-91) 9. Cheryl Ford (00-01) 10. Elinor Griffin (77-78) 10. Kelia Shelton (12-13)

303 174 157 151 147 143 134 132 125 123 123

Free Throws Made 1. Pam Kelly (79-80) 2. Janice Lawrence (81-82) 3. Kay Ford (76-77) 4. Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 5. Monica Maxwell (96-97) 6. Vickie Johnson (93-94) 7. Shan Moore (04-05) 8. Shanel Hardison (88-89) 8. Maquisha Walker (94-95) 10. LaQuan Stallworth (97-98)

180 124 108 103 90 87 87 85 85 84

Three-pointers Attempted 1. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 167 2. Whitney Jones (09-10) 128 3. Sidney Stewart (08-09) 117 4. Erica Smith-Taylor (02-03) 112 5. Debra Williams (93-94) 87 6. Eboni Mangum (06-07) 71 7. Tiawana Pringle (07-08) 65 8. Brietta Thomas (08-09) 64 9. Aarica Ray-Boyd (03-04) 59 10. Monica Maxwell (96-97) 54 Three-pointers Made 1. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 57 2. Erica Smith-Taylor (02-03) 42 3. Whitney Jones (09-10) 40 4. Debra Williams (93-94) 34 5. Sidney Stewart (08-09) 33 6. Tiawana Pringle (07-08) 26 7. Eboni Mangum (06-07) 21 7. Jasmine Bendolph (09-10) 21 9. Brietta Thomas (08-09) 20 10. Brooke Lassiter (99-00) 18 Minutes 1. Adrienne Johnson (08-09) 1122 2. Monica Maxwell (96-97) 1053 3. Teresa Weatherspoon (85-86) 1016 4. Vickie Johnson (93-94) 1005 5. Tamicha Jackson (97-98) 991 6. Whitney Frazier (12-13) 989 7. Erica Smith-Taylor (02-03) 966 8. LaQuan Stallworth (96-97) 964 9. Sheila Ethridge (88-89) 960 10. Stacy Davis (84-85) 955

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724 685 640 637 629 595 577 546 542 531 531 403 398 352 333 326 325 323 322 305 304

Senior Records

Field Goals Made 1. Amanda Wilson (97-98) 2. Elinor Griffin (78-79) 3. Venus Lacy (88-89) 4. Janice Lawrence (82-83) 4. Alisa Burras (96-97) 6. Ayana Walker (00-01) 7. Pam Kelly (80-81) 8. Janice Mulford (79-80) 9. Tori Harrison (85-86) 10. Pam Gant (83-84)

287 286 280 272 272 241 236 228 226 225

Points 1. Venus Lacy (89-90) 2. Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 3. Pam Gant (84-85) 4. Pam Kelly (81-82) 5. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 6. Janice Lawrence (83-84) 7. Nora Lewis (88-89) 8. Betty Lennox (99-00) 9. Shanavia Dowdell (09-10) 10. Debra Williams (85-86)

800 756 755 731 702 683 642 587 575 566

Free Throws Attempted 1. Venus Lacy (88-89) 2. Janice Lawrence (82-83) 3. Tasha Williams (04-05) 4. Pam Kelly (80-81) 5. Nora Lewis (87-88) 6. Adrienne Johnson (09-10) 7. LaQuan Stallworth (97-98) 8. Alisa Burras (96-97) 9. Shanavia Dowdell (08-09) 10. Cheryl Ford (01-02)

241 222 207 204 200 175 173 162 144 140

Rebounds 1. Cheryl Ford (02-03) 2. Venus Lacy (89-90) 3. Shanavia Dowdell (09-10) 4. Nora Lewis (88-89) 5. Amisha Carter (03-04) 6. Pam Kelly (81-82) 7. Jo Sneed (07-08) 8. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 9. Debra Rodman (83-84) 10. Ty Moore (06-07)

438 420 398 382 344 326 308 301 292 275

Steals 1. Teresa Weatherspoon (86-87) 117 2. Erica Smith-Taylor (03-04) 101 3. Amanda Wilson (97-98) 98 4. Angela Turner (80-81) 96 5. Tamicha Jackson (98-99) 84 6. Pam Gant (83-84) 83 7. Janice Lawrence (82-83) 80 7. Kendra Neal (94-95) 80 9. Shantel Hardison (89-90) 75 10. Nora Lewis (87-88) 71

Three-pointers Attempted 1. Monica Maxwell (97-98) 2. Tamicha Jackson (98-99) 3. Whitney Jones (10-11) 4. Erica Smith-Taylor (03-04) 5. Aarica Ray-Boyd (04-05) 6. Essence Perry (00-01) 7. Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 8. Debra Williams (94-95) 9. Linda Watson (94-95) 10. Jasmine Bendolph (10-11

Steals 1. Tamicha Jackson (99-00) 111 2. Pam Gant (84-85) 104 3. Teresa Weatherspoon (87-88) 102 4. Betty Lennox (99-00) 100 5. Angela Turner (81-82) 95 6. Tasha Williams (05-06) 87 7. Amanda Wilson (98-99) 78 8. Janice Lawrence (83-84) 76 9. Pam Thomas (93-94) 69 10. Amber Obaze (03-04) 67 10. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 67

Blocks 1. Tori Harrsion (85-86) 103 2. Ayana Walker (00-01) 88 3. Elinor Griffin (78-79) 62 4. Shanavia Dowdell (08-09) 60 5. Pam Gant (83-84) 58 6. Margaret DeCiman (04-05) 57 7. Alisa Burras (96-97) 56 8. Cheryl Ford (01-02) 53 9. Racquel Spurlock (94-95) 52 10. Adrienne Johnson (09-10) 51

Three-pointers Made 1. Monica Maxwell (97-98) 56 2. Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 44 3. Aarica Ray-Boyd (04-05) 43 3. Erica Smith-Taylor (03-04) 43 3. Whitney Jones (10-11) 43 6. Debra Williams (94-95) 36 6. Tamicha Jackson (98-99) 36 6. Christie Sides (98-99) 36 9. Essence Perry (00-01) 33 10. Lakiste Barkus (03-04) 31 Minutes 1. Essence Perry (00-01) 1223 2. Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 1219 3. Ayana Walker (00-01) 1148 3. Tasha Williams (04-05) 1059 5. Amber Obaze (02-03) 1059 6. Adrienne Johnson (09-10) 1057 7. Teresa Weatherspoon (86-87) 1055 8. LaQuan Stallworth (97-98) 1041 9. Shanavia Dowdell (08-09) 1037 10. Nora Lewis (87-88) 1020

Field Goals Attempted 1. Elinor Griffin (78-79) 2. Venus Lacy (88-89) 2. Ayana Walker (00-01) 4. Amanda Wilson (97-98) 5. Janice Lawrence (82-83) 6. Alisa Burras (96-97) 7. Angela Turner (80-81) 8. Janice Mulford (79-80) 8. Sheila Ethridge (89-90) 10. Vickie Johnson (94-95)

548 507 507 464 455 452 449 430 430 421

143 134 133 128 120 111 110 109 98 97

Blocks 1. Tori Harrison (86-87) 2. Venus Lacy (89-90) 3. Cheryl Ford (02-03) 4. Janice Lawrence (83-84) 4. Erica Westbrooks (87-88) 4. Racquel Spurlock (95-96) 7. Lori Scott (82-83) 8. Ayana Walker (01-02) 9. LaShawn Brown (94-95) 9. Amisha Carter (03-04) 9. Shanavia Dowdell (09-10)

87 72 66 52 52 52 49 48 39 39 39

Field Goals Attempted 1. Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 2. Pam Gant (84-85) 3. Betty Lennox (99-00) 4. Venus Lacy (89-90) 5. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 6. Debra Williams (95-96) 7. Nora Lewis (88-89) 8. Tamicha Jackson (99-00) 9. Shanavia Dowdell (09-10) 10. Shantel Hardison (91-92)

638 552 526 521 501 475 468 456 446 436

Three-pointers Made 1. Aarica Ray-Boyd (05-06) 2. Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 3. Betty Lennox (99-00) 4. Monica Maxwell (98-99) 5. Brooke Lassiter (01-02) 6. Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) 7. Debra Williams (95-96) 8. Lakiste Barkus (04-05) 9. Tamicha Jackson (99-00) 10. Shan Moore (06-07)

176 171 170 164 152 147 135 135 128 127 86 75 61 56 54 53 50 47 46 45

Three-pointers Attempted 1. Aarica Ray-Boyd (05-06) 232 2. Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 189 3. Betty Lennox (99-00) 163 4. Lakiste Barkus (04-05) 148 5. Monica Maxwell (98-99) 143 6. Brooke Lassiter (01-02) 141 7. Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) 139 8. Debra Williams (95-96) 129 9. Whitney Jones (11-12) 126 10. Tamicha Jackson (99-00) 123 Minutes 1. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 1188 2. Nora Lewis (88-89) 1129 3. Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) 1117 4. Shanavia Dowdell (09-10) 1116 5. Lakiste Barkus (04-05) 1096 6. Paulette Stall (88-89) 1059 7. Tasha Williams (05-06) 1010 8. Cheryl Ford (02-03) 997 9. Teresa Weatherspoon (87-88) 996 9. Angela Turner (81-82) 996

B A S K E T B A L L

Assists 1. Mary Nell Kendrick (78-79) 274 2. Kim Mulkey (83-84) 233 3. Teresa Weatherspoon (87-88) 198 4. Jasmine Bendolph (11-12) 181 5. Pam Thomas (93-94) 172 6. Jennifer White (82-83) 166 6. Kendra Neal (95-96) 166 8. Jane Ellen Cook (78-79) 153 9. Tasha Williams (05-06) 145 10. LaQuan Stallworth (98-99) 140

247 239 232 231 210 207 207 192 183 178

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Free Throws Made 1. Tasha Williams (04-05) 166 2. Venus Lacy (88-89) 161 3. Janice Lawrence (82-83) 141 4. Adrienne Johnson (09-10) 133 5. LaQuan Stallworth (97-98) 125 6. Pam Kelly (80-81) 123 7. Nora Lewis (87-88) 122 8. Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 111 9. Shan Moore (05-06) 105 10. Vickie Johnson (94-95) 94 10. Ayana Walker (00-01) 94

314 314 281 280 268 256 253 241 240 235

T E C H S T E R

Assists 1. Teresa Weatherspoon (86-87) 269 2. LaQuan Stallworth (97-98) 225 3. Kim Mulkey (82-83) 218 3. Shantel Hardison (89-90) 218 5. Brooke Lassiter (00-01) 179 6. Kendra Neal (94-95) 173 7. Mary Nell Kendrick (77-78) 154 8. Jennifer White (81-82) 147 9. Jasmine Bendolph (10-11) 138 10. Tasha Williams (04-05) 127

Field Goals Made 1. Pam Gant (84-85) 1. Venus Lacy (89-90) 3. Sheila Ethridge (90-91) 4. Pam Kelly (81-82) 5. Janice Lawrence (83-84) 6. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 7. Nora Lewis (88-89) 8. Amanda Wilson (98-99) 9. Tori Harrison (86-87) 10. Shanavia Dowdell (09-10) Free Throws Attempted 1. Pam Kelly (81-82) 2. Nora Lewis (88-89) 3. Venus Lacy (89-90) 4. Amisha Carter (03-04) 5. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 6. Janice Lawrence (83-84) 6. Tasha Williams (05-06) 7. Cheryl Ford (02-03) 8. Shantel Hardison (91-92) 10. Jo Sneed (07-08) Free Throws Made 1. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 2. Pam Kelly (81-82) 3. Venus Lacy (89-90) 4. Tasha Williams (05-06) 5. Amisha Carter (03-04) 6. Janice Lawrence (83-84) 7. Nora Lewis (88-89) 8. Shantel Hardison (91-92) 9. Jo Sneed (07-08) 10. Pam Grant (84-85)

L A D Y

Points 1. Venus Lacy (88-89) 2. Janice Lawrence (82-83) 3. Elinor Griffin (78-79) 4. Alisa Burras (96-97) 5. Amanda Wilson (97-98) 6. Pam Kelly (80-81) 7. Ayana Walker (00-01) 8. Tasha Williams (04-05) 9. Vickie Johnson (94-95) 10. Janice Mulford (79-80) 10. Shanavia Dowdell (08-09) Rebounds 1. Venus Lacy (88-89) 2. Elinor Griffin (78-79) 3. Debra Rodman (82-83) 4. Alisa Burras (96-97) 5. Shanavia Dowdell (08-09) 6. Takeisha Lewis (00-01) 7. Nora Lewis (87-88) 8. Pam Kelly (80-81) 9. Ayana Walker (00-01) 10. Janice Mulford (79-80)

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T E C H S T E R

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Scoring

148

Year 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 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

Player Gms Belinda Jones 22 Kay Ford 29 Elinor Griffin 31 Elinor Griffin 28 Pam Kelly 38 Pam Kelly 45 Pam Kelly 34 Pam Kelly 36 Janice Lawrence 33 Janice Lawrence 32 Pam Gant 32 Tori Harrison 32 Tori Harrison 33 Erica Westbrooks 33 Venus Lacy 34 Venus Lacy 33 Sheila Ethridge 30 Shantel Hardison 29 Vickie Johnson 31 Vickie Johnson 35 Vickie Johnson 33 Debra Williams 32 Alisa Burras 35 Amanda Wilson 34 Amanda Wilson 33 Betty Lennox 34 Ayana Walker 36 Ayana Walker 29 Cheryl Ford 34 Amisha Carter 32 Tasha Williams 30 Aarica Ray-Boyd 31 Shan Moore 30 Jo Sneed 30 Shanavia Dowdell 33 Shanavia Dowdell 32 Adrienne Johnson 32 Shantale Donaldson 32 Kelia Shelton 23

Pts. 494 536 495 542 721 932 595 731 685 683 755 521 556 481 724 800 756 515 417 517 542 566 637 629 547 934 577 391 533 542 546 440 414 465 531 575 702 355 312

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 100 att)

Year 1975-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 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

Player Belinda Jones Kay Ford Kay Ford Kay Ford Pam Kelly Pam Kelly Pam Kelly Pam Kelly J Lawrence J Lawrence Pam Gant Tori Harrison Tori Harrison E Westbrooks Venus Lacy Venus Lacy Terri Meyer D Jackson R Spurlock R Spurlock R Spurlock Priya Gilmore Alisa Burras Amanda Wilson Amanda Wilson Takeisha Lewis Takeisha Lewis Takeisha Lewis Trina Frierson Trina Frierson Tasha Williams Ty Moore Ty Moore Jo Sneed

FGM-FGA 223-503 215-378 189-328 132-255 301-472 376-515 236-394 280-435 272-455 268-433 314-552 226-367 240-393 210-378 280-507 314-521 64-212 55-113 102-214 142-277 143-239 62-110 272-452 287-464 241-389 126-207 177-334 78-167 210-397 215-423 177-369 132-263 149-310 168-205

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Avg. 22.4 18.5 16.0 19.4 19.0 20.7 17.5 20.3 20.7 21.3 23.6 16.3 16.8 14.6 21.3 24.2 25.2 17.8 13.5 14.8 16.4 17.7 18.2 18.9 16.6 17.5 16.0 13.5 15.7 16.9 18.2 14.2 13.8 15.5 16.1 18.0 21.9 11.1 13.6

Pct. .443 .569 .576 .518 .638 .611 .599 .644 .598 .619 .569 .616 .611 .556 .552 .603 .529 .487 .477 .513 .598 .564 .602 .619 .620 .609 .534 .467 .529 .505 .480 .502 .481 .551

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Shanavia Dowdell 218-409 Shanavia Dowdell 235-446 Adrienne Johnson 256-501 Shantale Donaldson 142-281 Brittany Lewis 133-262

.533 .527 .511 .505 .508

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

(Min. 25 att) Year Player Gms 3PGM-A Pct 1987-88 Angela Lawson 33 7-27 .280 1988-89 Sheila Ethridge 34 11-32 .344 1989-90 Sheila Ethridge 32 18-52 .346 1990-91 Sheila Ethridge 30 75-189 .397 1991-92 Cara Guillion 29 25-85 .294 1992-93 Debra Williams 32 16-53 .302 1993-94 Debra Williams 35 34-87 .391 1994-95 Debra Williams 31 36-109 .330 1995-96 Debra Williams 32 50-129 .388 1996-97 Tamicha Jackson 35 48-145 .331 1997-98 Monica Maxwell 35 56-143 .396 1998-99 Christie Sides 33 36-77 .468 1999-00 Christie Sides 34 33-77 .429 2000-01 Brooke Lassiter 36 44-110 .400 2001-02 Brooke Lassiter 30 54-141 .383 2002-03 Aarica Ray-Boyd 33 38-85 .447 2003-04 Lakiste Barkus 32 31-88 .352 2004-05 Shan Moore 30 17-40 .425 2005-06 Aarica Ray-Boyd 31 86-232 .371 2006-07 Shan Moore 30 45-111 .405 2007-08 Tiawana Pringle 31 26-65 .400 2008-09 Shanavia Dowdell 33 10-28 .357 2009-10 Jasmine Bendolph 32 21-53 .396 2010-11 Adrienne Johnson 32 14-36 .389 2011-12 Jasmine Bendolph 32 53-139 .381 2012-13 Kelia Shelton 23 26-73 .356

Free Throw Percentage (min 50 att.) Year Name Gms. FTM-FTA 1975-75 Belinda Jones 22 48-69 1975-76 Mandy Warren 29 73-102 1976-77 Mandy Warren 31 40-55 1977-78 Jane Ellen Cook 28 50-63 1978-79 Jane Ellen Cook 38 46-55 1979-80 Janice Mulford 45 75-108 1980-81 Jennifer White 34 44-59 1981-82 Janice Lawrence 36 124-174 1982-83 Jennifer White 33 38-51 1983-84 Janice Lawrence 32 147-207 1984-85 Pam Gant 32 127-154 1985-86 Angela Lawson 30 48-65 1986-87 Angela Lawson 33 40-53 1987-88 Erica Westbrooks 33 61-83 1988-89 Sheila Ethridge 34 72-91 1989-90 Sheila Ethridge 32 55-67 1990-91 Sheila Ethridge 30 119-154 1991-92 Amy Brown 21 54-64 1992-93 Vickie Johnson 31 76-103 1993-94 Amy Brown 35 83-97 1994-95 Debra Willams 31 64-81 1995-96 Vickie Johnson 32 94-119 1996-97 J Scheppmann 34 58-73 1997-98 Monica Maxwell 35 62-79 1998-99 Christie Sides 33 55-66 1999-00 Brooke Lassiter 34 64-71 2000-01 Brooke Lassiter 36 111-122 2001-02 Brooke Lassiter 30 58-61 2002-03 Tasha Williams 34 52-66 2003-04 Amber Obaze 32 53-65 2004-05 E Smith-Taylor 16 54-66 2005-06 Shan Moore 31 105-124 2006-07 Tamika Kursh 30 44-59 2007-08 Tarkeisha Wysinger 31 96-132 2008-09 Adrienne Johnson 34 103-143 2009-10 Jasmine Bendolph 32 64-74 2010-11 Jasmine Bendolph 32 65-77 2011-12 Whitney Frazier 32 85-107 2012-13 Lulu Perry 29 67-93

Pct. .696 .716 .727 .794 .836 .694 .746 .713 .745 .710 .825 .739 .755 .735 .791 .821 .773 .844 .738 .856 .790 .790 .795 .785 .833 .901 .910 .951 .788 .815 .818 .847 .746 .727 .720 .865 .844 .794 .720

Rebounding

Year 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 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

Name Gms. Rebs L Henderson 21 328 Belinda Jones 17 227 Elinor Griffin 31 411 Elinor Griffin 28 352 Elinor Griffin 36 398 Pam Kelly 45 491 Pam Kelly 34 322 Pam Kelly 36 326 Debra Rodman 33 352 Debra Rodman 31 292 Tori Harrison 33 303 Tori Harrison 32 247 Nora Lewis 33 259 Nora Lewis 33 323 Venus Lacy 34 403 Venus Lacy 33 420 D Whitehurst 30 239 Shantel Hardison 29 233 Danielle Whitehurst 31 202 Vickie Johnson 35 244 Racquel Spurlock 31 261 Racquel Spurlock 32 239 Alisa Burras 35 333 Amanda Wilson 34 299 Amanda Wilson 33 261 Ayana Walker 33 234 Takeisha Lewis 36 325 Ayana Walker 29 266 Cheryl Ford 34 438 Amisha Carter 32 344 Tamika Kursh 30 227 Ty Moore 31 285 Ty Moore 30 275 Jo Sneed 30 308 Shanavia Dowdell 33 326 Shanavia Dowdell 32 398 Adrienne Johnson 32 301 Shantale Donaldson 32 260 Kelia Shelton 23 154

Assists

Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 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

Name Gms Mary Nell Kendrick 28 Mary Nell Kendrick 38 Jennifer White 45 Kim Mulkey 34 Kim Mulkey 36 Kim Mulkey 31 Kim Mulkey 32 T Weatherspoon 33 T Weatherspoon 32 T Weatherspoon 33 T Weatherspoon 33 Pam Wells 34 Shantel Hardison 32 Lisa Payne 29 Shantel Hardison 29 Pam Thomas 31 Pam Thomas 35 Kendra Neal 33 Kendra Neal 32 LaQuan Stallworth 35 LaQuan Stallworth 35 LaQuan Stallworth 33 Betty Lennox 34 Brooke Lassiter 36 Essence Perry 29 Amber Obaze 34 Erica Smith-Taylor 32 Tasha Williams 30 Tasha Williams 31 Eboni Mangum 30 Tiawana Pringle 31 Tiawana Pringle 34 Jasmine Bendolph 32 Jasmine Bendolph 32

Asts 154 274 365 196 202 218 233 238 253 269 198 197 218 84 138 110 172 173 166 137 225 140 116 179 128 119 118 127 145 96 88 98 123 138

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Avg 15 .6 13.4 13.3 12.6 11.1 10.9 9.5 9.1 10.7 9.4 9.2 7.7 7.8 9.8 11.9 12.7 8.0 8.0 6.5 7.0 8.4 7.5 9.5 8.8 7.9 7.1 9.0 9.2 12.9 10.8 7.6 9.2 9.2 10.3 9.9 12.4 9.4 8.1 6.7

Avg 5.5 7.2 8.1 5.8 5.6 7.0 7.3 7.2 7.9 8.2 6.0 5.8 6.8 2.9 4.8 3.5 4.9 5.2 5.2 3.9 6.4 4.2 3.4 5.0 4.4 3.5 3.7 4.2 4.7 3.2 2.8 2.9 3.8 4.3


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Blocked Shots

Name Gms. Pam Kelly 38 Angela Turner 45 Angela Turner 34 Angela Turnver 36 Janice Lawrence 33 Pam Gant 32 Pam Gant 32 T Weatherspoon 32 T Weatherspoon 33 T Weatherspoon 33 Nora Lewis 35 Shantel Hardison 32 Annie Lockett 26 Shantel Hardison 29 Vickie Johnson 31 D Whitehurst 31 Pam Thomas 35 Kendra Neal 33 Kendra Neal 32 Amanda Wilson 31 Amanda Wilson 34 Tamicha Jackson 33 Tamicha Jackson 34 Essence Perry 36 Amber Obaze 30 Erica Smith-Taylor 34 Erica Smith-Taylor 32 Lakiste Barkus 30 Tasha Williams 31 Amber Metoyer 30 Tarkeisha Wysinger 31 Adrienne Johnson 34 Adrienne Johnson 32 Adrienne Johnson 32 Jasmine Bendolph 32 Whitney Frazier 31

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Stl. 61 96 96 95 80 83 104 103 117 102 64 75 58 61 49 49 69 80 59 98 98 84 111 65 54 73 101 57 87 55 67 59 42 67 47 46

Avg. 1.6 2.1 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.6 3.3 3.2 3.5 3.1 1.8 2.3 2.2 2.1 1.6 1.6 2.0 2.4 1.8 3.2 2.9 2.5 3.3 1.8 1.8 2.1 3.2 1.9 2.8 1.8 2.2 1.7 1.3 2.1 1.5 1.5

106-58 100-52 111-63 115-67 100-52 114-67 105-58 108-61 106-59 102-55 105-58 100-54 104-58 100-55 100-55 108-63 103-58 101-56 101-56 107-62 114-69 100-56 102-58 103-59 101-57 104-61 104-61 107-64 104-61 110-70 100-60 103-63 100-61 115-76 108-72 102-66 106-70 100-66 104-71 102-70 103-71 100-68 104-73 105-75 100-72 102-76 104-79 103-78 105-83 101-83 102-84 101-88 108-117 102-104

+48 Boise State +48 New Orleans +48 Northwestern +48 Northwestern +48 UL-Monroe +47 Arkansas St. +47 Memphis +47 New Orleans +47 New Orleans +47 So. Alabama +47 S. F. Austin +46 Kansas St. +46 UL-Monroe +45 Arkansas St. +45 Miss. Col. +45 New Orleans +45 New Orleans +45 SE La. +45 Tenn. Tech +45 Texas Tech +45 UL-Lafayette +44 Boise State +44 Nevada +44 Hawaii +44 Oklahoma +43 Baylor +43 Northwestern +43 SLU +43 UTPA +40 Alcorn St. +40 La. Col. +40 UCLA +39 Kansas +39 Southern +36 Nevada +36 Boise State +36 UTA +34 Baylor +33 Maryland +32 La. Col. +32 Kansas +32 Miss. Col. +31 New Orleans +30 Oklahoma +28 Cheyney St. +26 McNeese St. +25 Central Fla. +25 Okla. St. +22 Southern +18 Northwestern +18 Tennessee +13 La. State -9 Miss. Col. -2 SLU

01-02 94-95 79-80 80-81 79-80 98-99 88-89 99-00 81-82 92-93 81-82 89-90 82-83 96-97 81-82 94-95 95-96 80-81 95-96 87-88 99-00 03-04 01-02 79-80 81-82 81-82 78-79 79-80 93-94 92-93 80-81 81-82 78-79 79-80 04-05 02-03 76-77 79-80 79-80 80-81 83-84 84-85 74-75 82-83 83-84 79-80 90-91 88-89 78-79 75-76 78-79 76-77 76-77 76-77

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Year 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 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

Avg. 1.5 1.7 1.1 1.5 1.2 1.5 2.0 2.6 3.2 2.6 1.6 1.2 2.2 0.6 1.1 1.9 1.5 1.7 1.6 1.6 0.9 1.3 1.7 2.4 1.8 1.9 1.2 1.9 1.5 1.0 1.3 1.8 1.6 0.9 0.8 0.8

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Blk. 43 62 49 52 44 49 66 85 103 87 52 42 72 17 34 60 51 52 52 56 32 44 56 88 53 66 39 57 48 29 40 60 51 29 24 23

Score Diff Opp. Season Site 126-25 +101 UTPA 88-89 H 109-21 +88 Morgan St. 93-94 H 111-28 +83 UTPA 88-89 H 108-29 +79 Ark. St. 88-89 H 115-38 +77 UTPA 97-98 A 130-55 +75 Cleveland St. 98-99 H 111-36 +75 UL-Lafayette 95-96 H 124-51 +73 UL-Lafayette 89-90 H 106-34 +72 UL-Lafayette 75-76 A 102-31 +71 Hawaii-Pacific 85-86 A 115-44 +71 So. Alabama 97-98 H 111-40 +71 UL-Lafayette 95-96 A 106-36 +70 Arkansas St. 89-90 H 119-51 +68 Lamar 97-98 H 118-50 +68 New Orleans 97-98 H 100-34 +66 Centenary 00-01 H 121-57 +64 Central Fla. 89-90 A 110-47 +63 Nevada 03-04 H 113-50 +63 Ark. St. 87-88 H 121-59 +62 New Orleans 80-81 N 103-41 +62 UTPA 97-98 H 108-47 +61 Alcorn St. 81-82 H 114-53 +61 Tenn. Tech 81-82 H 110-50 +60 New Orleans 98-99 H 105-47 +58 W. Kentucky 00-01 H 100-42 +58 Lamar 96-97 N 108-50 +58 Nicholls St. 79-80 H 106-49 +57 Lamar 87-88 H 103-46 +57 So. Alabama 93-94 H 102-45 +57 UL-Lafayette 77-78 H 102-45 +57 UTPA 90-91 H 104-48 +56 S. F. Austin 84-85 N 100-44 +56 UL-Lafayette 93-94 H 100-44 +56 UL-Monroe 93-94 H 107-51 +56 US Inter. 86-87 N 101-46 +55 McNeese St. 78-79 H 102-47 +55 UL-Monroe 81-82 H 108-54 +54 UTEP 02-03 H 101-48 +53 McNeese St. 80-81 H 103-50 +53 Tulane 81-82 H 113-60 +53 McNeese St. 81-82 H 110-57 +53 SLU 80-81 H 109-56 +53 Lamar 88-89 H 103-51 +52 Washington 82-83 N 104-53 +51 Lamar 97-98 A 107-57 +50 E. Wash. 87-88 N 100-50 +50 UL-Lafayette 97-98 H 116-66 +50 UL-Monroe 74-75 N 101-51 +50 UTPA 95-96 H 109-60 +49 SFA 03-04 A 100-51 +49 Central Fla. 91-92 H 105-56 +49 Lamar 94-95 H 109-60 +49 Miss. Col. 83-84 H 101-52 +49 UL-Lafayette 89-90 H

T E C H S T E R

Name Gms. Elinor Griffin 28 Elinor Griffin 36 Janice Mulford 45 Debra Rodman 34 Janice Lawrence 36 Lori Scott 33 Tori Harrison 33 Tori Harrison 33 Tori Harrison 32 Tori Harrison 33 Eric Westbrooks 33 Venus Lacy 34 Venus Lacy 33 Sheila Ethridge 30 Amy Brown 21 Racquel Spurlock 32 Racquel Spurlock 35 Racquel Spurlock 31 Racquel Spurlock 32 Alisa Burras 35 Alisa Burras 35 Ayana Walker 33 Ayana Walker 33 Ayana Walker 36 Cheryl Ford 30 Cheryl Ford 34 Amisha Carter 32 Margaret DeCiman 30 Ty Moore 31 Ty Moore 30 Shanavia Dowdell 31 Shanavia Dowdell 33 Adrienne Johnson 32 Adrienne Johnson 32 Tavasha Anderson 29 Brittany Lewis 29

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Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 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

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Lady Techsters 100 Point Game Record: 106-2 Home 100-Point Game Record: 68-1 Away/Neutral 100-Point Game Record: 38-1 High Home Total: 130-55 vs. Cleveland State (1998-99) High Road Total: 121-57 at UCF (1989-90) High Neutral Total: 121-59 vs. UNO (1980-81) Most Frequent 100-Point Game Opponents: UNO, nine times Allowed by Lady Techsters: 2 Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 6 (1981-1982) Most 100-Point Games in a Season: 11 (1981-1982)

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Team Single Season Highs Points (Total) 1. 1979-80 2. 1978-79 3. 1981-82 4. 1980-81 5. 1997-98 6. 1988-89 7. 1999-00 8. 1998-99 9. 1989-90 10. 1995-96

3927 3168 3144 3040 3018 2975 2960 2888 2853 2852

Assists 1. 1979-80 2. 1978-79 3. 1981-82 4. 1982-83 5. 1980-81 6. 1988-89 7. 1983-84 8. 1997-98 9. 1989-90 10. 1986-87

861 781 751 750 691 684 677 660 658 640

FGM 1. 1979-80 2. 1978-79 3. 1981-82 4. 1980-81 5. 1997-98 6. 1988-89 7. 1999-00 8. 1987-88 9. 1989-90 10. 1995-96

1622 1337 1257 1215 1180 1170 1163 1159 1152 1127

3FGA 1. 2010-11 2. 2011-12 3. 2008-09 4. 1998-99 5. 1999-00 6. 2004-05 7. 2009-10 8. 1997-98 9. 2012-13 10. 2007-08

516 496 471 467 434 423 406 397 380 363

Points (Average) 1. 1980-81 2. 1976-77 2. 1998-99 4. 1979-80 4. 1981-82 6. 1999-00 7. 1989-90 8. 1995-96 9. 1997-98 10. 1983-84

89.4 87.5 87.5 87.3 87.3 87.1 86.5 86.4 86.2 84.8

Steals 1. 1981-82 2. 1980-81 3. 1998-99 4. 1999-00 5. 2003-04 6. 1996-97 7. 1987-88 8. 1989-90 9. 1983-84 10. 1997-98

518 498 463 454 449 441 420 410 409 406

FGA 1. 1979-80 2. 1978-79 3. 1996-97 4. 1989-90 5. 1999-00 6. 1988-89 7. 1981-82 8. 1997-98 9. 1998-99 10. 1995-96

3094 2583 2475 2465 2452 2448 2432 2416 2413 2409

3FG Percentage 1. 1999-00 2. 1993-94 2. 2002-03 4. 1990-91 5. 1998-99 6. 1997-98 6. 2001-02 8. 2004-05 9. 2000-01 10. 2003-04

.376 .350 .350 .348 .347 .345 .345 .343 .341 .337

Rebounds (Total) 1. 1979-80 2. 1978-79 3. 1980-81 4. 1989-90 5. 1988-89 6. 1995-96 7. 1996-97 8. 1876-77 9. 1981-82 10. 1987-88

2179 1823 1756 1747 1719 1708 1692 1669 1666 1636

Blocks 1. 1979-80 1. 1985-86 3. 1989-90 4. 2000-01 5. 1983-84 6. 1980-81 7. 1984-85 8. 1999-00 9. 1986-87 9. 1987-88

178 178 175 167 165 162 159 157 156 156

FG Percentage 1. 1983-84 2. 1979-80 3. 1982-83 4. 1978-79 5. 1981-82 6. 1980-81 7. 1984-85 8. 1997-98 9. 1987-88 9. 1994-95

.526 .524 .519 .518 .517 .510 .494 .488 .487 .487

FTM 1. 1979-80 2. 1981-82 3. 1993-94 4. 1980-81 4. 1988-89 6. 1994-95 7. 1983-84 7. 2005-06 9. 2003-04 10. 1984-85

683 630 623 610 610 561 557 557 546 533

Rebounds (Average) 1. 1976-77 53.8 2. 1989-90 52.9 3. 1995-96 51.8 4. 1980-81 51.7 5. 1974-75 50.5 6. 1975-76 48.8 7. 2001-02 48.5 8. 1979-80 48.4 9. 1996-97 48.3 10. 1987-88 48.1

Turnovers 1. 1978-79 2. 1980-81 3. 1981-82 4. 1983-84 5. 1999-00 6. 1984-85 7. 2007-08 8. 2006-07 8. 2012-13 10. 2008-09

776 669 625 624 610 602 601 575 575 569

3FGM 1. 2010-11 2. 1999-00 3. 1998-99 4. 2011-12 5. 2004-05 6. 2008-09 7. 1997-98 8. 2009-10 9. 2003-04 10. 2005-06

166 163 162 160 145 139 137 124 119 118

FTA 1. 1979-80 2. 1980-81 3. 1981-82 4. 1988-89 5. 1993-94 6. 1983-84 7. 1984-85 8. 1994-95 9. 1987-88 10. 1995-96

1065 957 947 935 901 857 850 847 814 810

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Points by Tech 1. 130 vs. Cleveland St. (98-99) 2. 126 vs. UTPA (88-89) 3. 124 vs. UL-Lafayette (89-90) 4. 121 vs. New Orleans (80-81) 4. 121 vs. Central Florida (89-90) 6. 119 vs. Lamar (97-98) 7. 118 vs. New Orleans (97-98) 8. 116 vs. UL-Monroe (74-75) 9. 115 four times

Steals by Opponent 1. 22 by Tennessee (06-07) 1. 22 by Fresno State (10-11) 3. 19 by Houston (10-11) 4. 18 by NW (La.) State (77-78) 4. 18 by UL-Monroe (77-78) 6. 17 by Memphis State (78-79) 6. 17 by McNeese State (79-80) 6. 17 by San Diego St. (84-85) 6. 17 by Nevada (08-09) 6. 17 by Mississippi State (09-10) 6. 17 by Seattle (12-13) Blocks by Tech 1. 17 vs. Nicholls State (08-09) 2. 15 vs. Miss. College (83-84) 2. 15 vs. Nicholls State (87-88) 4. 14 vs. Miss. College (86-87) 5. 13 vs. Southern Calif. (84-85) 5. 13 vs. Miami (85-86) 7. 12 vs. Memphis State (78-79) 8. 11 vs. Nebraska (79-80) 8. 11 vs. San Diego St. (84-85) 8. 11 vs. UL-Lafayette (89-90) 8. 11 vs. North Texas (00-01) Blocks by Opponent 1. 15 by Idaho (11-12) 2. 14 by Old Dominion (81-82) 2. 14 by Tulsa (01-02) 2. 14 by Rice (03-04) 5. 13 by Tulsa (03-04) 6. 11 by UL-Monroe (92-93) 6. 11 by Duke (03-04) 6. 11 by Tennessee (07-08) 9. 10 Ten Different Times

Assists by Tech 1. 37 vs. UL-Lafayette (89-90) 2. 34 vs. Arkansas State (87-88) 3. 33 vs. Hawaii (79-80) 3. 33 vs. McNeese State (81-82) 3. 33 vs. Texas A&M (86-87) 3. 33 vs. South Alabama (97-98) 7. 32 vs. UL-Monroe (76-77) 7. 32 vs. McNeese State (79-80) 7. 32 vs. US International (86-87) 10. 31 nine times

Turnovers by Tech 1. 37 vs. NW (La.) State (76-77) 2. 35 vs. Panola JC (75-76) 2. 35 vs. Southern (77-78) 2. 35 vs. McNeese State (79-80) 2. 35 vs. Fresno State (10-11) 6. 34 vs. Nicholls State (75-76) 6. 34 vs. NW (La.) State (76-77) 8. 33 vs. Panola JC (77-78) 9. 32 vs. NW (La.) State (75-76) 9. 32 vs. New Orleans (75-76) 9. 32 vs. Texas (76-77)

Assists by Opponent 1. 33 by Delta State 2. 26 by Connecticut 2. 26 by Marquette 4. 25 by LSU 4. 25 by Valdosta State 6. 24 by Southeastern 6. 24 by Texas A&M 8. 23 by Southeastern 8. 23 by LSU 8. 23 by Wayland 8. 23 by Connecticut

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Turnovers by Opponent 1. 45 by UL-Monroe (81-82) 2. 43 by Nicholls State (75-76) 2. 43 by McNeese State (82-83) 4. 42 by La. College (75-76) 4. 42 by Nicholls State (76-77) 6. 41 by UL-Lafayette (98-99) 6. 41 by UALR (99-00) 8. 40 by Ouachita Bapt. (75-76) 8. 40 by SFA (02-03) 10. 39 five times

Field Goals Made by Opponent 1. 44 by Southeastern (76-77) 2. 41 by Miss. College (76-77) 3. 40 by LSU (74-75) 3. 40 by Southeastern (76-77) 3. 40 by Texas (76-77) 3. 39 by Tennessee (79-80) 7. 38 by LSU (79-80) 7. 38 by Oral Roberts (11-12) 9. 37 six times Field Goals Attempted by Tech 1. 112 vs. UL-Monroe (74-75) 2. 103 vs. Nicholls State (74-75) 3. 101 vs. UL-Monroe (74-75) 4. 99 vs. UL-Monroe (74-75) 5. 98 vs. NW (La.) State (74-75) 6. 97 vs. Miss. College (76-77) 6. 97 vs. Central Florida (89-90) 8. 96 vs. Alcorn State (82-83) 9. 95 four times Field Goals Attempted by Opponent 1. 104 by NW (La.) State (76-77) 2. 101 by Miss. College (76-77) 3. 95 by LSU (74-75) 4. 94 by Southern (79-80) 5. 92 by LSU (74-75) 5. 92 by Southern (77-78) 7. 89 by NW (La.) State (75-76) 7. 89 by Texas (76-77) 9. 88 by NW (La.) State (75-76) 9. 88 by NW (La.) State (76-77) 3-pointers Made by Tech 1. 12 vs. UTPA (90-91) 2. 11 vs. Arizona (98-99) 2. 11 vs. South Alabama ( 98-99) 2. 11 vs. W. Kentucky (99-00) 2. 11 vs. Boise State (04-05) 6. 10 vs. Tennessee (90-91) 6. 10 vs. Iowa (97-98) 6. 10 vs. Tennessee (98-99) 6. 10 vs. UL-Lafayette (99-00) 6. 10 vs. Centenary (02-03) 6. 10 vs. Ole Miss (04-05) 6. 10 vs. San Jose St (09-10) 3-pointers Made by Opponent 1. 15 by Fresno State (11-12) 2. 13 by Fresno State (07-08) 3. 12 by New Orleans (97-98) 3. 12 by SMU (03-04) 3. 12 by Fresno State (07-08) 3. 12 by Fresno State (08-09) 3. 12 by McNeese State (08-09) 8. 11 by New Mexico St. (05-06) 8. 11 by W. Kentucky (94-95) 8. 11 by Boise State (01-02) 8. 11 by UTEP (01-02) 8. 11 by Oklahoma (04-05) 8. 11 by Fresno State (10-11)

3-pointers Attempted by Tech 1. 34 vs. Illinois (04-05) 2. 30 vs. Tennessee (90-91) 3. 26 vs. LSU (90-91) 3. 26 vs. Penn State (99-00) 3. 26 vs. UC-Santa Barbara (01-02) 3. 26 vs. Boise State (10-11) 3. 26 vs. San Jose State (10-11) 3. 26 vs. Missouri State (10-11) 3. 26 vs. San Jose St. (11-12) 10. 25 vs. Arizona (98-99) 10. 25 vs. Illinois State (08-09) 3-pointers Attempted by Opponent 1. 40 by Fresno State (11-12) 2. 37 by Fresno State (08-09) 3. 34 by Fresno State (11-12) 4. 33 by Fresno State (07-08) 5. 32 by SMU (03-04) 5. 32 by Idaho (09-10) 7. 31 by Idaho (09-10) 7. 31 by UALR (08-09) 7. 31 by Cleveland State ( 98-99) 7. 31 by UTEP (01-02) Free Throws Made by Tech 1. 34 vs. Auburn (83-84) 1. 34 vs. UL-Monroe (93-94) 1. 34 vs. New Orleans (99-00) 4. 33 vs. NW (La.) State (80-81) 4. 33 vs. San Diego St. (85-86) 4. 33 vs. Lamar (97-98) 7. 32 vs. UCLA (83-84) 7. 32 vs. S. F. Austin (84-85) 9. 32 vs. NMSU (09-10) 10. 31 Numerous Times Free Throws Made by Opponent 1. 36 by UL-Monroe (85-86) 2. 35 by Miss. College (76-77) 3. 33 by W. Kentucky (05-06) 4. 32 by San Jose State (12-13) 5. 31 by Lamar (90-91) 5. 31 by Tennessee (91-92) 5. 31 by Seattle (12-13) 8. 29 by Auburn (89-90) 8. 29 by Tennessee (92-93) 8. 29 by Tennessee (01-02) Free Throws Attempted by Tech 1. 50 vs. UCLA (83-84) 2. 49 vs. Lamar (97-98) 3. 48 vs. San Diego St. (85-86) 4. 47 vs. NMSU (09-10) 5. 46 vs. Cal Poly Pomona (84-85) 5. 46 vs. Virginia (88-89) 5. 46 vs. Alabama (89-90) 8. 45 vs. S. F. Austin (84-85) 8. 45 vs. Miss. Valley St. (89-90) 8. 45 vs. UL-Monroe (90-91)

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Field Goals Made by Tech 1. 55 vs. Cleveland St. (98-99) 2. 53 vs. Arkansas State (87-88) 2. 53 vs. UL-Lafayette (89-90) 4. 52 vs. UL-Monroe (74-75) 4. 52 vs. New Orleans (80-81) 6. 48 vs. McNeese State (81-82) 6. 48 vs. US International (86-87) 6. 48 vs. UTPA (88-89) 6. 48 vs. UTPA (87-88) 10. 47 three times

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Rebounds by Opponent 1. 71 by NW (La.) St. 1. 71 by Southern 3. 70 by UL-Monroe 4. 68 by Miss. College 5. 66 by LSU 5. 66 by Southeastern 6. 66 by Miss. College 8. 63 by LSU 9. 61 by New Orleans 10. 60 four times

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Rebounds by Tech 1. 96 vs. UL-Monroe 2. 81 vs. New Orleans 3. 76 vs. Miss. College 4. 74 vs. Southern 4. 74 vs. UTPA 4. 74 vs. SMU 7. 73 vs. Tulane 8. 72 vs. LSU 8. 72 vs. UL-Lafayette 10. 71 twice

Steals by Tech 1. 31 vs. UL-Lafayette 2. 27 vs. UL-Monroe 2. 27 vs. UL-Lafayette 4. 26 vs. Arkansas State 4. 26 vs. UALR 4. 25 vs. New Orleans 7. 25 vs. UL-Lafayette 8. 24 six times

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Points by Opponent 1. 117 by Miss. College (76-77) 2. 106 by Southeastern (76-77) 3. 104 by Southeastern (76-77) 4. 99 by Long Beach St. (86-87) 4. 99 by Alabama (93-94) 6. 95 by Delta State (76-77) 7. 94 by Texas (76-77) 7. 94 by Tennessee (93-94) 7. 94 by W. Kentucky (99-00) 7. 94 by Tennessee (08-09)

Team Single Game Records

Free Throws Attempted by Opponent 1. 45 by UL-Monroe (74-75) 1. 45 by W. Kentucky (05-06) 3. 42 by San Diego (91-92) 4. 41 by Miss. College (76-77) 4. 41 by Southeastern (80-81) 4. 41 by New Orleans (90-91) 7. 40 Seven Different Times

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Single Season Double-Doubles

Player Pam Kelly Venus Lacy Venus Lacy Cheryl Ford Nora Lewis Shanavia Dowdell Elinor Griffin Elinor Griffin Elinor Griffin Jo Sneed Debra Rodman Shanavia Dowdell Pam Kelly LaVerne Henderson Amisha Carter Pam Kelly Alisa Burras Lori Scott Ayana Walker Adrienne Johnson Pam Kelly Kay Ford Janice Lawrence Tori Harrison Nora Lewis Ty Moore Ayana Walker Janice Lawrence Amanda Wilson Takeisha Lewis Belinda Jones Venus Lacy Alisa Burras Ty Moore Cheryl Ford Marilyn Norris Angela Turner Janice Lawrence Nora Lewis Shantale Bramble-Donaldson

Years No. 1979-80 31 1989-90 29 1988-89 26 2002-03 24 1988-89 22 2009-10 22 1976-77 19 1977-78 19 1978-79 19 2007-08 19 1982-83 18 2008-09 18 1981-82 17 1974-75 17 2003-04 17 1980-81 16 1996-97 16 1979-80 15 2000-01 15 2010-11 14 1979-79 14 1975-76 14 1982-83 14 1984-85 14 1987-88 14 2006-07 13 2001-02 13 1981-82 13 1997-98 13 2000-01 13 1974-75 12 1987-88 12 1997-98 12 2005-06 11 2001-02 10 1976-77 10 1979-80 10 1983-84 10 1986-87 10 2011-12 10

All-Time Triple-Doubles Tasha Williams 1 10 points, 11 assists, 10 steals vs. Hawaii, March 4, 2006 Thomas Assembly Center, Ruston, La. Shantel Hardison 1 11 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists vs. So. Alabama, March 12, 1992 E.A. Diddle Arena, Bowling Green, Ky. Angela Turner 1 16 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists vs. Nebraska, Jan. 11, 1980 Memorial Gym, Ruston, La.

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Player Years No. Pam Kelly 1979-82 78 Venus Lacy 1988-90 67 Elinor Griffin 1977-79 57 Nora Lewis 1986-89 49 Shanavia Dowdell 2006-10 46 Janice Lawrence 1981-84 43 Debra Rodman 1981-84 38 Amanda Wilson 1996-99 37 Cheryl Ford 1999-02 36 Tori Harrison 1984-87 34 Ayana Walker 1999-02 33 Adrienne Johnson 2007-11 29 Lori Scott 1980-83 28 Alisa Burras 1997-98 28 Kay Ford 1976-79 27 Ty Moore 2002-07 25 Takeisha Lewis 1999-02 23 Jo Sneed 2006-08 22 Belinda Jones 1975-78 18 Vickie Johnson 1993-96 18 LaVerne Henderson 1974-75 17 Amisha Carter 2002-04 17 Teresa Weatherspoon 1985-88 16 Erica Westbrooks 1985-88 16 Marilyn Norris 1977-78 16 Monica Maxwell 1996-99 16 Trina Frierson 1999-01 16 Angela Turner 1979-82 15 Racquel Spurlock 1993-96 14 Ty Moore 2002-07 13 Danielle Whitehurst 1990-93 13 Shantel Hardison 1989-92 11 Shantale Bramble-Donaldson 2010-12 11 Tia Sossamon 1980-83 8 Mandy Warren 1976-77 8 Janice Mulford 1979-80 7 LaShawn Brown 1992-95 7 LaQuan Stallworth 1996-99 7 Stacy Davis 1984-87 7 Amy Brown 1992-95 6 Sheila Ethridge 1988-91 5 Maquisha Walker 1994-96 5

Annie Lockett Tamika Kursh Tarkeisha Wysinger Brittany Lewis Mary Robertson Jane Ellen Cook Jennifer White Kim Mulkey Erica Smith-Taylor Jasmine Bendolph Kiara Young Whitney Frazier Tamicha Jackson Barbara Bolden Kelia Shelton Amber Obaze Tatia Brown Sebrena Smith Betty Lennox Kendra Neal Debra Williams Mickie DeMoss Kathy Bailey Gail Hays Mary Nell Kendrick Angie Donner Catina Malone Pam Grant Beanie Lincoln Kay Konerza Angela Lawson Linda Watson Paulette Stall Shaka Massey Brooke Lassiter Kenya Bibbs Pam Thomas Aarica Ray-Boyd Tasha Williams Lakiste Barkus Tiawana Pringle Jelena Vucinic

1990-91 5 2002-07 5 2007-11 5 2012-13 5 1975-76 4 1976-79 4 1980-83 4 1981-84 4 2001-05 4 2008-12 4 2008-12 4 2011-present 4 1997-00 3 1989-90 3 2012-13 3 2000-01 2 1985-88 2 1989-90 2 1998-00 2 1993-96 1 1993-96 1 1975-77 1 1975-77 1 1976-77 1 1976-79 1 1978-79 1 1994-95 1 1982-85 1 1986-88 1 1983-86 1 1985-88 1 1995-96 1 1986-89 1 1998-00 1 1998-01 1 2000-01 1 1992-94 1 2002-06 1 2002-06 1 2003-05 1 2006-10 1 2010-present 1

Overtime History Overall Record: 20-14 Home: 4-5 Away: 11-7 Neutral: 5-2 Streak: +4 Northwestern State L 86-77 1974-75 Northwestern State W 87-83 1974-75 Southeastern Louisiana L 104-102 1976-77 Kansas State W 90-82 1977-78 Rutgers W 89-83 1979-80 Louisiana-Monroe W 79-77 1984-85 Southern Cal W 83-79 1984-85 Long Beach State L 99-95 1986-87 Texas W 83-80 1987-88 Tennessee L 62-61 1988-89 Texas Tech L 79-67 1990-91 Stephen F. Austin L 77-74 1990-91 Western Kentucky L 72-66 1991-92 Northern Illinois L 77-71 1991-92 Mississippi W 68-64 1992-93

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Western Kentucky W 87-82 1993-94 Connecticut W 83-81 1995-96 Rice L 87-84 2003-04 Illinois L 71-65 2004-05 Hawaii L 79-78 2004-05 Fresno State (2OT) W 92-87 2004-05 Iowa (2OT) W 95-91 2005-06 Hawaii W 71-66 2005-06 Utah State W 90-82 2008-09 Idaho W 67-63 2008-09 Nevada L 91-88 2008-09 Idaho W 74-71 2009-10 Fresno State L 81-78 2009-10 Hawaii W 74-69 2010-11 Fresno State (3OT) W 94-92 2010-11 Fresno State W 90-84 2010-11 Prairie View A&M (3OT) W 89-83 2011-12 Denver (2OT) W 82-77 2012-13 Utah State L 76-75 2012-13

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The Thomas Assembly Center has been the home to some of the most exciting past two and a half decades.

games in Ruston. The Lady Techsters have

in Ruston, La.

posted home winning streaks of 49, 52 and

Over the course of the 39 years of women’s basketball at Louisiana Tech, the

62 games, which all rank in the Top 15 in Division I history.

Lady Techsters have posted a record of 503-

Even more impressive is the fact

ketball program has done nothing less than

57 in games played in Ruston. The winning

Louisiana Tech has never lost a postsea-

dominate on their home courts during the

percentage of 89.8 percent ranks Ruston as

son game in Ruston, La. The Lady Techsters

39-year history of the women’s basketball

the hardest place in the country to play in

were 7-0 during the 1970s in the state

program. Whether playing in old Memorial

women’s basketball.

AIAW Tournament, 4-0 in the national AIAW

Gym from 1974 through March of 1982

On the list of all-time toughest home

Tournament and a perfect 36-0 in the NCAA

or in the Thomas Assembly Center since

arenas, both the Thomas Assembly Center

Tournament ... for a combined mark of 47-0

November of 1982, Louisiana Tech has pro-

and Memorial Gym rank in the top three

in Ruston in postseason play.

duced a won-loss record unmatched by any

in the country. Louisiana Tech has posted

Despite the incredible record in Ruston,

other women’s basketball program nation-

a mark of 419-51 at the Assembly Center

one interesting fact is that Louisiana Tech

wide.

(89.14%) and a record of 84-6 at Memorial

lost its first home game ever played in

Gym (93.33%), trailing only Thompson-

both Memorial Gym (59-55 to Southeastern

Boling Arena (94.84%) in Knoxville, Tenn.

Louisiana in 1974-75) and the Thomas

From the very first win at Memorial Gym against LSU (97-83) in 1974-75 to the inaugural victory at the Thomas Assembly

The Lady Techsters are 175-18 all-time

Center against Alabama (83-56) in 1982-83,

against conference foes in regular season

Did You Know? Despite the fact that Iowa guard Crystal Smith scored 46 points, the second most ever scored in the Thomas Assembly Center, Louisiana Tech overcame an 19-point deficit with less than eight minutes to play to defeat the Hawkeyes 95-91 in double overtime on Nov. 22, 2005.

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Assembly

Center

(64-58

to

Southern

California in 1982-83).

Milestone Wins in Ruston

No. 1 Tech 97, LSU 83 Jan. 24, 1975 No. 50 Tech 93, LSU 61 Feb. 2, 1980 No. 84 Tech 82, Kentucky 60 March 20, 1982 No. 85 Tech 83, Alabama 56 Dec. 9, 1982 No. 100 Tech 91, M. Tenn. St. 59 March 17, 1983 No. 200 Tech 87, UL-Monroe 49 Dec. 5, 1989 No. 250 Tech 99, Texas So. 57 Dec. 3, 1993 No. 300 Tech 66, Southern Cal 47 Dec. 7, 1996 No. 400 Tech 74, Ohio St. 61 March 25, 2003 No. 450 Tech 70, San Jose State 54 Feb. 16, 2008 No. 500 Tech 71, Texas State 58 Jan. 10, 2013

Memorial Gym Memorial Gym Memorial Gym (last in arena) Thomas Assembly Center (1st in arena) Thomas Assembly Center Thomas Assembly Center Thomas Assembly Center Thomas Assembly Center Thomas Assembly Center Thomas Assembly Center Thomas Assembly Center

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The Louisiana Tech Lady Techster bas-

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Season Gms Rec’d Attend Avg 1982-83 19 18-1 81,620 4,296 1983-84 15 15-0 79,945 5,330 1984-85 16 16-0 62,110 3,882 1985-86 16 15-1 54,345 3,397 1986-87 14 14-0 45,710 3,265 1987-88 16 16-0 39,365 2,460 1988-89 20 19-1 68,738 3,437 1989-90 15 15-0 29,336 2,445 1990-91 16 12-4 35,089 2,193 1991-92 14 11-3 21,454 1,532 1992-93 16 14-2 51,057 3,191 1993-94 15 15-0 43,963 2,935 1994-95 17 15-2 63,428 4,229 1995-96 15 15-0 55,181 3,679 1996-97 17 17-0 65,990 3,882 1997-98 18 18-0 71,254 3,959 1998-99 13 12-1 58,715 4,517 1999-00 15 15-0 57,071 3,805 2000-01 18 16-2 71,840 3,991 2001-02 13 13-0 48,857 3,758 2002-03 16 15-1 57,960 3,623 2003-04 13 13-0 47,119 3,625 2004-05 13 11-2 42,719 3,286 2005-06 13 13-0 39,852 3,066 2006-07 13 7-6 33,176 2,552 2007-08 14 8-6 30,514 2,180 2008-09 16 13-3 34,802 2,175 2009-10 13 9-4 32,450 2,318 2010-11 14 13-1 31,611 2,258 2011-12 13 7-6 45,161 3,474 2012-13 14 9-5 33,260 2,376 TOTALS 470 419-51 1,533,692 3,263

LA Tech All-Time Record Year Overall Home Road Neutral 74-75 13-9 2-1* 2-3 9-5 75-76 19-10 8-2* 6-4 5-4 76-77 22-9 10-2* 6-4 6-3 77-78 20-8 8-1* 7-5 5-2 78-79 34-4 10-0* 11-2 13-2 79-80 40-5 18-0* 13-2 9-3 80-81 34-0 12-0* 10-0 12-0 81-82 35-1 16-0* 11-1 8-0 82-83 31-2 18-1 9-0 4-1 83-84 30-3 15-0 13-2 2-1 84-85 29-4 16-0 7-4 6-0 85-86 27-5 15-1 11-3 1-1 86-87 30-3 14-0 11-2 5-1 87-88 32-2 16-0 10-2 6-0 88-89 32-4 19-1 12-1 1-2 89-90 32-1 15-0 15-0 2-1 90-91 18-12 12-4 5-7 1-1 91-92 20-10 11-3 6-6 3-1 92-93 26-6 14-2 10-3 2-1 93-94 31-4 15-0 9-3 7-1 94-95 28-5 15-2 11-1 2-2 95-96 31-2 15-0 10-1 6-1 96-97 31-4 17-0 8-3 6-1 97-98 31-4 18-0 7-2 6-2 98-99 30-3 12-1 14-0 4-2 99-00 31-3 15-0 10-2 6-1 00-01 31-5 16-2 9-2 6-1 01-02 25-5 13-0 10-3 2-2 02-03 31-3 15-1 12-1 4-1 03-04 29-3 13-0 11-2 5-1 04-05 20-10 11-2 7-5 2-3 05-06 26-5 13-0 9-4 4-1 06-07 17-13 7-6 9-5 1-2 07-08 16-15 8-6 6-8 2-1 08-09 21-13 13-3 6-9 2-1 09-10 23-9 9-4 10-4 4-1 10-11 24-8 13-1 9-4 2-3 11-12 17-15 7-6 6-5 4-4 12-13 14-17 9-5 4-10 1-2 Totals 1031-244 503-57 352-125 176-62 * Home games played at Memorial Gym

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Top Assembly Center Crowds Att. Date 1. 8,975 1/22/85 2. 8,825 1/14/84 3. 8,700 12/4/82 4. 8,635 1/9/95 5. 8,372 11/30/98 6. 8,370 1/3/84 7. 8,340 2/9/83 8. 8,110 2/18/86 9. 7,650 3/23/84 10. 7,633 12/10/00 11. 7,526 2/24/97 12. 7,476 2/10/95 13. 7,321 1/7/01 14. 7,240 1/7/89 15. 7,160 2/14/89 16. 7,123 2/5/11 17. 7,034 2/4/12 18. 6,919 3/16/98 19. 6,847 3/14/99 20. 6,840 3/25/84

Result Tech 79, UL-Monroe 77 Tech 88, UL-Monroe 67 Southern Cal 64, Tech 58 Tennessee 62, Tech 56 Tennessee 92, Tech 73 Tech 75, Southern Cal 66 Tech 104, UL-Monroe 58 UL-Monroe 82, Tech 74 Tech 92, LSU 67 (NCAA Midwest Regional) Tennessee 70, Tech 62 Tech 98, Tennessee 80 Tech 83, Western Kentucky 72 Connecticut 71, Tech 55 Tech 87, LSU 60 Tennessee 72, Tech 65 Tech 90, Fresno State 94 (OT) Fresno State 61, Tech 59 Tech 74, Clemson 52 (NCAA Second Round) Tech 79, Penn State 62 (NCAA Second Round) Tech 85, Texas 60 (NCAA Midwest Regional) (OT)

All-Time Toughest Places to Play Cities (Program)

Conference

Record

Percentage

1. Knoxville, Tenn. (Tennessee)

SEC

522-49

(91.42%)

2. Ruston, La. (Louisiana Tech)

C-USA

503-57

(89.82%)

3. Missoula, Mont. (Montana)

Big Sky

484-69

(87.52%)

4. Salt Lake City, Utah (Utah)

PAC 12

452-74

(85.93%)

5. Palo Alto, Calif. (Stanford)

PAC12

471-84

(84.86%)

6. State College, Pa. (Penn State)

Big 10

404-83

(82.95%)

Big Sky

445-93

(82.71%)

8. Austin, Texas (Texas)

Big 12

492-103

(82.69%)

9. Chapel Hill, N.C. (UNC)

ACC

486-105

(82.23%)

10. South Bend, Ind. (Notre Dame)

AAC

384-90

(81.00%)

Arena (Program: Arena Opened)

Record

Percentage

1. Kress Events Center (Green Bay: 2007)

95-6

(94.06%)

1. Alico Arena (FGCU: 2007)

95-6

(94.06%)

3. Gampel Pavilion (Connecticut: 1989)

285-19

(93.75%)

4. Thompson-Boling Arena (Tennessee: 1987)

369-25

(93.65%)

5. XL Center (Connecticut: 1990)

135-14

(90.60%)

6. Thomas Assembly Center (Tech: 1982)

419-51

(89.15%)

7. Dahlberg Arena (Montana: 1978)

475-63

(88.29%)

8. McGrath-Phillips Arena (DePaul:2000)

163-25

(86.70%)

9. Jon M. Huntsman (Utah: 1975)

452-74

(85.93%)

10. Maples Pavilion (Stanford: 1974)

471-84

(84.86%)

7. Grand Forks, N.D. (North Dakota

Arenas (Active) (Must have played at least 75 games in the arena)

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Thomas Assembly Center Records Team Game Records

Most Points Scored 1. 130 by Tech vs. Cleveland St., 12-28-98 2. 126 by Tech vs. UTPA, 2-18-89 3. 124 by Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-9-90 Fewest Points 1. 24 by UCLA vs. Tech, 1-4-84 2. 25 by UTPA vs. Tech, 2-18-89 3. 29 by St. John vs. Tech, 12-1-95 Goals Attempted 96 by Tech vs. Alcorn State, 12-4-92 95 by Tech vs. UTPA, 2-24-96 94 by Tech vs. Texas Tech, 1-13-88

Field Goals Made 1. 55 by Tech vs. Cleveland St., 12-28-98 2. 53 by Tech vs. Arkansas St., 12-11-87 3. 48 by Tech vs. U.S. International, 12-12-86

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 12 by New Orleans vs. Tech, 3-6-98 1. 12 by Tech vs. UTPA, 2-23-91 3. 11 by Tech vs. South Ala., 2-6-99 3. 11 by W. Kentucky vs. Tech 2-10-95

Free Throws Attempted 1. 50 by Tech vs. UCLA, 1-4-84 2. 49 by Tech vs. Lamar, 1-17-98 3. 48 by Tech vs. San Diego State, 1-13-86 Free Throws Made 1. 33 by Tech vs. Lamar, 1-17-98 1. 33 by Tech vs. San Diego State, 1-13-86 3. 32 by Tech vs. UCLA, 1-4-84 3. 32 by Tech vs. NMSU 1-16-10 3. 32 by SJSU vs. Tech, 1-24-13 Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempted) 1. 100.0 by ULL (12-12) vs. Tech, 1-10-96 1. 100.0 by W. Kentucky (10-10) vs. Tech, 12-3-83 3. 92.9 by Tech (13-14) vs. Alcorn St., 12-22-05 Rebounds 1. 74 by Tech vs. UTPA, 1-18-90 1. 74 by Tech vs. SMU, 2-16-02 3. 72 by Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 2-4-89 Assists 1. 37 by Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-9-90 2. 34 by Tech vs. Arkansas State, 12-11-87 3. 33 by Tech vs. South Alabama, 1-12-98

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Most Points 1. 47 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. UTPA, 2-23-91 2. 46 Crystal Smith, Iowa vs. Tech, 11-22-05 3. 42 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. Tenn., 2-5-91 3. 42 Pam Gant, Tech vs. Penn St., 1-7-85 5. 40 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. Ark. St., 2-2-91 Most Field Goals Attempted 1. 39 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. Tenn., 2-5-91 2. 36 Kim Perrot, UL-Lafayette vs. Tech, 3-9-90 3. 31 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. Lamar, 3-9-91 4. 30 Kim Perrot, UL-Lafayette vs. Tech, 2-22-90 5. 29 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. UTPA, 2-23-91 5. 29 Sandra Hodge, UNO vs. Tech, 3-10-83 5. 29 Crystal Smith, Iowa vs. Tech, 11-22-05 Most Field Goals Made 1. 18 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. UTPA, 2-23-91 2. 17 Pam Gant, Tech vs. Penn State, 1-7-85 3. 16 Alisa Burras, Tech vs. UNO,1-30-97 3. 16 Venus Lacy, Tech vs. SFA, 1-17-89 5. 15 Amanda Wilson, Tech vs. W. Ky., 2-7-98 5. 15 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. Tenn., 2-5-91 5. 15 Tori Harrison, Tech vs. Central Mich., 12-5-86 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 23 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. Tenn., 2-5-91 2. 20 Kim Perrot, UL-Lafayette, vs. Tech, 3-9-90 3. 19 Kim Sitzman, UALR, vs. Tech 12-22-08 4. 17 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. UTEP, 2-23-91 5. 15 Tate, Ark. State vs. Tech, 2-15-93 5. 15 Brenda Hatchett, Lamar vs. Tech, 2-15-92 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 10 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. UTEP, 2-23-91 2. 8 Sheila Ethridge, Tech vs. Tenn., 2-5-91 3. 7 Sonja Tate, Ark. State vs. Tech, 2-15-93 3. 7 Abby Vaughan, Boise St., vs. Tech, 1-3-02 3. 7 Ashley Bastian, Boise St. vs. Tech, 2-15-03 3. 7 Brietta Thomas, Tech vs. Boise St., 3-3-11

Most Rebounds 1. 23 Cheryl Ford, Tech vs. SMU, 3-6-03 2. 22 Cindy Brown, Long Beach State vs. Tech, 1-10-86 3. 21 Uirannah Jackson, Lamar vs. Tech, 2-15-92 3. 21 Amisha Carter, Tech vs. UTEP, 1-31-04 3. 21 Ty Moore, Tech vs. Nevada, 2-9-06 Most Assists 1. 17 Teresa Weatherspoon, Tech vs. UL-Monroe, 2-22-85 2. 16 Teresa Weatherspoon, Tech vs. Texas Tech, 2-1-86 3. 15 Kim Mulkey, Tech vs. Western Kentucky, 12-3-83 3. 15 Teresa Weatherspoon, Tech vs. Auburn, 1-12-85 3. 15 Teresa Weatherspoon, Tech vs. UL-Monroe, 1-6-87 3. 15 Shantel Hardison, Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-9-90 3. 15 Jasmine Bendolph, Tech vs. Nevada, 2-2-12 Most Blocked Shots 1. 14 by Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa vs. Tech, 2. 8 Shanavia Dowdell, LA Tech vs. Nicholls State, 11-26-08 3. 7 Cassandra Barker, UL-Monroe vs. Tech, 1-11-93 3. 7 Ashley Walters, Idaho vs. Tech, 1-12-12 Most Steals 1. 10 Tasha Williams, Tech vs. Boise St., 3-1-03 1. 10 Tasha Williams, Tech vs. Hawaii, 3-4-06 1. 10 LaQuan Stallworth, Tech vs. South Alabama, 1-12-98 1. 10 Teresa Weatherspoon, Tech vs. UCLA, 1-4-86 5. 9 Teresa Weatherspoon, Tech vs. Cal State-Long Beach, 1-10-86

Most Free Throws Attempted 1. 21 Shantel Hardison, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-15-92 2. 17 Venus Lacy, Tech vs. Virginia, 12-10-88 3. 16 Kim Young, Southern Miss vs. Cleveland State, 12-29-98 3. 16 Venus Lacy, Tech vs. LSU, 3-23-89 3. 16 Tasha Williams, Tech vs. Rice, 1-1-05 3. 16 Tasha Williams, Tech vs. Ole Miss, 12-20-05 3. 16 Adrienne Johnson, Tech vs. Utah State, 1-20-11

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Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum 10 attempted) 1. 64.7 by Tech (11-17) vs. So. Ala., 2-6-99 2. 63.6 by Penn St. (7-11) vs. Tech, 3-14-99 2. 63.6 by Tennessee (7-11) vs. Tech, 2-5-91

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Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 34 by Tech vs. Illinois, 12-4-04 2. 32 by Idaho vs. Tech 1-30-10

Blocked Shots 1. 17 by Tech vs. Nicholls State, 11-26-08 2. 15 by Tech vs. Miss. College, 11-30-83 2. 15 by Idaho vs. Tech, 1-12-12

Most Free Throws Made 1. 16 Adrienne Johnson, Tech vs. Utah State, 1-20-11 2. 15 Tasha Williams, Tech vs. Rice, 1-1-05 2. 15 Shantel Hardison, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-15-92 4. 13 Kim Young, Southern Miss. vs. Cleveland State, 12-29-98 4. 13 Yolanda Watkins, Alabama vs. Tech, 12-5-92 4. 13 Venus Lacy, Tech vs. LSU, 3-23-89

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Field Goal Percentage 1. 69.1 by Tech (34-49) vs. Tenn., 12-14-82 2. 68.1 by Tech (47-61) vs. Lamar, 1-30-88 3. 66.0 by Tech (35-53) vs. UTA, 11-24-97

vs. SLU, 12-5-84 vs. Arkansas State, 1-14-99 vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-8-98 vs. McNeese State, 1-17-83

L A D Y

Field 1. 2. 3.

Steals 1. 27 by Tech 2. 26 by Tech 3. 25 by Tech 3. 25 by Tech

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T E C H S T E R

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Games 1. 18 Amanda Wilson 1995-99 1. 18 Monica Maxwell 1995-99 1. 18 LaQuan Stallworth 1995-99 1. 18 Tamicha Jackson 1996-00 5. 17 Pam Gant 1982-85 5. 17 Vickie Johnson 1993-96 5. 17 Racquel Sprulock 1993-96 5. 17 Debra Williams 1993-96 9. 16 Teresa Weatherspoon 1985-88 9. 16 Erica Westbrooks 1985-88 Points 1. 262 2. 261 3. 251 4. 244 5. 237 6. 232 7. 227 8. 192 9. 189 10. 182

Janice Lawrence Venus Lacy Vickie Johnson Tamicha Jackson Amanda Wilson Nora Lewis Debra Williams Monica Maxwell Pam Gant Pam Thomas

1982-84 1988-90 1993-96 1996-00 1996-99 1987-89 1993-96 1996-99 1982-85 1992-94

ebounds R 1. 148 Venus Lacy 1988-90 2. 141 Racquel Sprulock 1993-96 3. 138 Vickie Johnson 1993-96 4. 132 Amanda Wilson 1996-99 5. 131 Monica Maxwell 1996-99 6. 130 Nora Lewis 1987-89 7. 120 Debra Rodman 1982-84 8. 101 Ayana Walker 1998-2002 9. 98 Tori Harrison 1984-87 10. 87 Stacey Davis 1984-87 Assists 1. 127 Teresa Weatherspoon 1985-88 2. 96 Kim Mulkey 1982-84 3. 89 LaQuan Stallworth 1996-99 4. 56 Kendra Neal 1993-96 5. 49 Tamicha Jackson 1996-00 6. 48 Monica Maxwell 1996-99 7. 45 Pam Thomas 1992-94 8. 42 Jennifer White, 1982-83 8. 42 Amber Obaze 2000-03 10. 39 Vickie Johnson 1993-96 Steals 1. 44 Teresa Weatherspoon 1985-88 2. 34 Tamicha Jackson 1996-00 3. 32 Janice Lawrence 1982-84 4. 31 Amanda Wilson 1996-99 5. 28 Pam Gant 1982-85 6. 25 Monica Maxwell 1996-99 7. 24 Nora Lewis 1987-89 8. 22 Vickie Johnson 1993-96 8. 22 Debra Rodman 1982-84 8. 22 Debra Williams 1993-96

NCAA Game Highs

Points Pts Player Opponent Year 1. 35 Elinor Girffin Tennessee 1979* 2. 34 Janice Lawrence Texas 1984 3. 32 Venus Lacy Southern Miss. 1990 4. 31 Stantel Hardison Northern Ill. 1992 4. 31 Janice Lawrence LSU 1984 6. 30 Venus Lacy Auburn 1989 6. 30 Erica Smith-Taylor Texas Tech 2004 8. 29 Erica Smith-Taylor Montana 2004 8. 29 Amanda Wilson Holy Cross 1998 8. 29 Alisa Burras Holy Cross 1998 8. 29 Danielle Whitehurst DePaul 1993 8. 29 Tori Harrison UL-Monroe 1985 8. 29 Pam Kelly Jackson State 1981* 8. 29 Pam Kelly Kentucky 1982 Rebounds Reb Player Opponent Year 1. 23 Pam Kelly LSU 1980 * 2. 18 Racquel Spurlock Alabama 1994 3. 17 Racquel Spurlock Oklahoma 1995 3. 17 Racquel Spurlock Texas Tech 1996 3. 17 Takeisha Lewis Missouri 2001 6. 16 Alisa Burras Purdue 1998 6. 16 Lori Scott Long Beach St. 1980 * 6. 16 Angela Turner Long Beach St. 1980 * 9. 15 Elinor Girffin Old Dominion 1979 9. 15 Vickie Johnson Texas Tech 1996 9. 15 Venus Lacy LSU 1989 9. 15 Venus Lacy Oklahoma St. 1989 9. 15 Cheryl Ford Pepperdine 2003 9. 15 Cheryl Ford Ohio State 2003 9. 15 Amisha Carter Duke 2004

Steals Stl. Player Opponent 1. 7 T. Weatherspoon Northwestern 1. 7 T. Weatherspoon Texas 3. 6 Janice Lawrence Old Dominion 3. 6 Erica Westbrooks Auburn 3. 6 Nora Lewis Mississippi 3. 6 Debra Rodman USC 7. 5 Tatia Brown Okla. State 7. 5 Shantel Hardison Okla. State 7. 5 Janice Lawrence USC 7. 5 Lori Scott Jackson State 7. 5 Lori Scott UCLA 7. 5 Angela Turner Arizona State 7. 5 Shantel Hardison Texas 7. 5 Tamicha Jackson Old Dominion

Blocks Blk Player Opponent Year 1. 6 Takeisha Lewis Old Dominion 2000 2. 5 Venus Lacy Southern Miss. 1990 2. 5 Tori Harrison Washington 1986 2. 5 Ayana Walker Alcorn State 2000 2. 5 Margaret DeCiman Temple 2005 6. 4 Ayana Walker Penn State 1999 6. 4 Erica Westbrooks San Diego St. 1985 6. 4 Erica Westbrooks Auburn 1988 6. 4 Lori Scott Texas 1983 6. 4 Venus Lacy Purdue 1990 6. 4 Racquel Spurlock Texas 1993 *Denotes AIAW National Tournament

Assists A Player Opponent Year 1. 14 Jennifer White LSU 1980 * 2. 13 T. Weatherspoon Kansas 1988 3. 12 Mary Nell Kendrick Kansas 1979 * 3. 12 Mary Nell Kendrick Tennessee 1979 * 5. 11 LaQuan Stallworth Purdue 1998 5. 11 T. Weatherspoon Northwestern 1987 5. 11 T. Weatherspoon Southern Ill. 1987 5. 11 T. Weatherspoon Texas 1987 5. 11 Kim Mulkey USC 1983 10. 10 Shantel Hardison Southern Miss. 1990 10. 10 T. Weatherspoon Long Beach St. 1986

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Final Four Results AIAW Tournament Year 1979 1980 1981

Champion Runner-up Semifinalists Old Dominion La Tech Tennessee, UCLA Old Dominion Tennessee La Tech, S. Carolina La Tech Tennessee USC, Old Dominion

NCAA Tournament

Members from Louisiana Tech 1982 Pam Kelly (MOP), Janice Lawrence 1983 Janice Lawrence (MOP), Lori Scott 1984 Janice Lawrence (MOP), Pam Gant 1985 Pam Gant, Tori Harrison 1986 Tori Harrison, Angela Lawson 1987 Tori Harrison (MOP), Nora Lewis, Teresa Weatherspoon 1988 Teresa Weatherspoon (MOP), Venus Lacy 1989 Venus Lacy (MOP), Nora Lewis 1990 Shantel Hardison (MOP), Venus Lacy 1993 Danielle Whitehurst (MOP), Pam Thomas 1994 Debra Williams (MOP), Pam Thomas 1996 Vickie Johnson, Racquel Spurlock, Debra Williams 1998 Alisa Burras (MOP), LaQuan Stallworth, Tamicha Jackson 1999 Amanda Wilson (MOP), Monica Maxwell, Betty Lennox 2000 Tamicha Jackson, Betty Lennox 2001 Takeisha Lewis 2003 Cheryl Ford

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Terri Meyer 1990

Amy Brown 1994

Kim Mulkey 1982, 1983, 1984

Lashawn Brown 1994

Kendra Neal 1994

Tatia Brown 189

Ann Pendergrass 1982

Nicole Burn 1998

Debbie Primeaux 1983

Alisa Burras 1998

Joletta Riser 1994

Danielle Butler 1998

Debra Rodman 1982, 1983, 1984

Melinda Chambless 1987, 1988

Rita Rust 1982

Katie Cochran 1998

Jamie Sheppmann 1998

Pam Crawford 1984

Lori Scott 1982, 1983

Stacey Davis 1987

Christie Sides 1999

Sheila Ethridge 1988, 1989, 1990

Sebrena Smith 1990

Sandra Felton 1982

Anna Snider 1998

Priya Gilmore 1998, 1999

Tia Sossamon 1982, 1983

Pam Gant 1982, 1983, 1984

Racquel Spurlock 1994

Cara Guillon 1990

Paulette Stall 1987, 1989

Shantel Hardison 1989, 1990

LaQuan Stallworth 1998, 1999

Tori Harrison 1984, 1987

Pam Thomas 1994

Tamicha Jackson 1998, 1999

Angela Turner 1982

Vickie Johnson 1994

Ayana Walker 1999

Pam Kelly 1982

Maquisha Walker 1994

Kay Konerza 1983, 1984

Jocelyn Watson 1989, 1990

Venus Lacy 1988, 1989, 1990

Teresa Weatherspoon 1987, 1988

Brooke Lassiter 1999

Pam Wells 1989, 1990

Janice Lawrence 1982, 1983, 1984

Erica Westbrooks 1987, 1988

Angela Lawson 1987, 1988

Jennifer White 1982, 1983

Betty Lennox 1999

Danielle Whitehurst 1990

Nora Lewis 1987, 1988, 1989

Julie Wilkerson 1983

Takeisha Lewis 1999

Debra Williams 1994

Annie Lockett 1990

Amanda Wilson 1998, 1999

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NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team

Melshika Bowman 1998

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Members from Louisiana Tech 1982 Janice Lawrence (MOP), Pam Kelly, Kim Mulkey 1983 Janice Lawrence, Jennifer White 1984 Janice Lawrence 1987 Teresa Weatherspoon 1988 Erica Westbrooks (MOP), Teresa Weatherspoon 1989 Venus Lacy 1990 Venus Lacy 1994 Vickie Johnson, Pam Thomas 1998 Tamicha Jackson MOP = Most Outstanding Player

Sherry McDonald 1987

T E C H S T E R

NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team

Barbara Bolden 1990

L A D Y

Year Champion Runner-up Semifinalists 1982 La Tech Cheyney St. Tennessee, Maryland 1983 USC La Tech Old Dominion, Georgia 1984 USC Tennessee La Tech, Cheyney State 1985 Old Dominion Georgia W. Kentucky, UL-Monroe 1986 Texas USC Tennessee, W. Kentucky 1987 Tennessee La Tech Texas, Long Beach 1988 LA Tech Auburn Long Beach, Tennessee 1989 Tennessee Auburn La Tech, Maryland 1990 Stanford Auburn La Tech, Virginia 1991 Tennessee Virginia Connecticut, Stanford 1992 Stanford W. Kentucky Virginia, SW Missouri 1993 Texas Tech Ohio State Iowa, Vanderbilt 1994 North Carolina La Tech Alabama, Purdue 1995 Connecticut Tennessee Stanford, Georgia 1996 Tennessee Georgia Stanford, Connecticut 1997 Tennessee Old Dominion Notre Dame, Stanford 1998 Tennessee La Tech Arkansas, NC State 1999 Purdue Duke La Tech, Georgia 2000 Connecticut Tennessee Penn State, Rutgers 2001 Notre Dame Purdue Connecticut, SW Missouri 2002 Connecticut Oklahoma Tennessee, Duke 2003 Connecticut Tennessee Duke, Texas 2004 Connecticut Tennessee LSU, Minnesota 2005 Baylor Michigan St. LSU, Tennessee 2006 Maryland N. Carolina Duke, LSU 2007 Tennessee Rutgers LSU, North Carolina 2008 Tennessee Stanford LSU, UConn 2009 UConn Stanford Louisville, Oklahoma 2010 UConn Stanford Baylor, Oklahoma 2011 Texas A&M Notre Dame Stanford, UConn 2012 Baylor Notre Dame Stanford, UConn 2013 UConn Louisville California, Notre Dame

NCAA Final Four Participants from Louisiana Tech

Michelle Martin 1990 Shaka Massey 1999

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Postseason Tournament Scores (AIAW, NCAA, WNIT)

L A D Y

T E C H S T E R

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B A S K E T B A L L

NCAA Tournament Scores

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1982 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No. 1 Tech 114, No. 8 Tenn. Tech 53 at Ruston, La., March 12 (1st round) • No. 1 Tech 92, No. 4 Ariz. St. 54 at Ruston, La., March 18 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 1 Tech 82, No. 2 Kentucky 60 at Ruston, La., March 21 (Midwest Final) • No. 1 Tech 69, No. 2 Tenn. 46 at Norfolk, Va., March 26 (National Semifinal) • No. 1 Tech 76, No. 2 Cheyney State 62 at Norfolk,Va., March 28 (National Championship) 1983 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No. 1 Tech 91, No. 8 Middle Tenn. St. 59 at Ruston, La., March 17 (1st round) • No. 1 Tech 81, No. 5 Auburn 54 at Ruston, La., March 25 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 1 Tech 72, No. 2 Texas 58 at Ruston, La., March 27 (Midwest Final) • No. 1 Tech 71, No. 2 Old Dominion 55 at Norfolk, Va., April 1 (National Semifinal) • No. 1 Southern California 69, No. 1 Tech 67 at Norfork, Va., April 3 (National Championship) 1984 (No. 1 in Mideast) • No. 1 Tech 94, No. 8 Texas Tech 68 at Ruston, La., March 16 (1st round) • No. 1 Tech 92, No. 5 LSU 67 at Ruston, La., March 23 (Mideast Semifinal) • No. 1 Tech 85, No. 2 Texas 60 at Ruston, La., March 25 (Mideast Final) • No. 1 Southern California 62, No. 1 Tech 57 at Los Angeles, Calif., March 30 (National Semifinal) 1985 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No.1 Tech 81, No. 8 Illinois State 57 at Ruston, La., March 15 (1st round) • No. 1 Tech 94, No. 5 San Diego State 64 at Monroe, La., March 22 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 2 UL-Monroe 85, No. 1 Tech 76 at Monroe, La., March 24 (Midwest Final) 1986 (No. 2 in West) • No. 2 Tech 79, No. 7 Washington 54 at Ruston, La., March 15 (2nd round) • No. 2 Tech 71, No. 3 Long Beach St. 69 at Long Beach, Calif., March 20 (West Semifinal) • No. 1 So. Calif. 80, No. 2 Tech 64 at Long Beach, Calif., March 22 (West Final) 1987 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No. 1 Tech 82, No. 9 Northwestern 60 at Ruston, La., March 14 (2nd round)

• No. 1 Tech 66, No. 5 So. Ill. 53 at Monroe, La., March 19 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 1 Tech 66, No. 3 Iowa 65 at Monroe, La., March 21 (Midwest Final) • No. 1 Tech 79, No. 1 Texas 75 at Austin, Texas, March 27 (National Semifinal) • No. 2 Tennessee 67, No. 1 Tech 44 at Austin, Texas, March 29 (National Championship) 1988 (No. 2 in Midwest) • No. 2 Tech 89, No. 7 Kansas 50 at Ruston, La., March 19 (2nd round) • No. 2 Tech 80, No. 3 Miss. 60 at Austin, Texas, March 24 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 2 Tech 83, No. 1 Texas 80 (OT) at Austin, Texas, March 26 (Midwest Final) • No. 2 Tech 68, No. 1 Tenn. 59 at Tacoma, Wash., April 1 (National Semifinal) • No. 2 Tech 56, No. 1 Auburn 54 at Tacoma, Wash., April 3 (National Championship) 1989 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No. 1 Tech 103, No. 9 Oklahoma State 78 at Ruston, La., March 19 (2nd round) • No. 1 Tech 85, No. 4 LSU 68 at Ruston, La., March 23 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 1 Tech 85, No. 2 Stanford 75 at Ruston, La., March 25 (Midwest Final) • No. 1 Auburn 76, No. 1 Tech 71 at Tacoma, Wash., March 31 (National Semifinal) 1990 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No. 1 Tech 89, No. 8 Southern Mississippi 70 at Ruston, La., March 17 (2nd round) • No. 1 Tech 91, No. 4 Purdue 47 at Austin, Texas, March 22 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 1 Tech 71, No. 3 Texas 57 at Austin, Texas, March 24 (Midwest Final) • No. 2 Auburn 81, No. 1 Tech 69 at Knoxville, Tenn., March 30 (National Semifinal) 1991 (No. 10 in West) • No. 7 Cal State-Fullerton 84, No. 10 Tech 80 at Fullerton, Cal., March 13 (1st round) 1992 (No. 6 in Mideast) • No. 11 No. Ill. 77, No. 6 Tech 71 (OT) at DeKalb, Ill., March 18 (1st round) 1993 (*No. 6 in Midwest) • No. 6 Tech 70, No. 11 DePaul 59 at Ruston, La., March 17 (1st round) • No. 6 Tech 82, No. 3 Texas 78 at Austin, Texas, March 20 (2nd round) • No. 6 Tech 59, Southwest Missouri State 43 atNacogdoches, Texas, March 25 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 1 Vanderbilt 58, No. 6 Tech 53 at Nacogdoches, Texas, March 27 (Midwest

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Final) * Only the top 4 teams in each region were seeded this year. However, based on where Tech played in the bracket, the Techsters were equivalent to a No. 6 seed. 1994 (No. 4 in Mideast) • No. 4 Tech 96, No. 13 So. Methodist 62 at Ruston, La., March 16 (1st round) • No. 4 Tech 82, No. 5 Mississippi 67 at Ruston, La., March 19 (2nd round) • No. 4 Tech 71, No. 1 Tennessee 68 at Fayetteville, Ark., March 24 (Mideast Semifinal) • No. 4 Tech 75, No. 2 So. Calif. 66 at Fayetteville, Ark., March 26 (Mideast Final) • No. 4 Tech 69, No. 6 Alabama 66 at Richmond, Va., April 2 (National Semifinal) • No. 3 North Carolina 60, No. 4 Tech 59 at Richmond, Va., April 4 (National Championship) 1995 (No. 2 in East) • No. 2 Tech 90, No. 15 Furman 52 at Ruston, La., March 16 (1st round) • No. 2 Tech 48, No. 7 Oklahoma 36 at Ruston, La., March 18 (2nd round) • No. 3 Virginia 63, No. 2 Tech 62 at Storrs Conn., March 23 (East Semifinals) 1996 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No. 1 Tech 98, No. 16 Central Florida 41 at Ruston, La., March 16 (1st round) • No. 1 Tech 84, No. 9 So. Miss. 46 at Ruston,La., March 18 (2nd round) • No. 1 Tech 66, No. 4 Texas Tech 55 at Nacogdoches, Texas, March 23 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 2 Georgia 90, No. 1 Tech 76 at Nacodoches, Texas, March 25 (Midwest Final) 1997 (No. 2 in Mideast) • No. 2 Tech 94, No. 15 St. Peter’s 50 at Ruston, La., March 14 (1st round) • No. 2 Tech 74, No. 7 Auburn 48 at Ruston, La., March 16 (2nd round) • No. 3 Florida 71, No. 2 Tech 57 at West Lafayette, Ind., March 22 (Mideast Semifinal) 1998 (No. 3 in Midwest) • No. 3 Tech 86, No. 14 Holy Cross 58 at Ruston, La., March 14 (1st round) • No. 3 Tech 74, No. 6 Clemson 52 at Ruston, La., March 16 (2nd round) • No. 3 Tech 71, No. 2 Alabama 57 at Lubbock, Texas, March 21 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 3 Tech 72, No. 4 Purdue 65 at Lubbock, Texas, March

23 (Midwest Final) • No. 3 Tech 84, No. 4 North Carolina State 65 at Kansas City, Mo., March 27 (National Semifinal) • No. 1 Tennessee 93, No. 3 Tech 75 at Kansas City, Mo., March 29 (National Championship) 1999 (No. 1 in West) • No. 1 Tech 90, No. 16 Central Florida 48 at Ruston, La., March 12 (1st round) • No. 1 Tech 79, No. 8 Penn State 62 at Ruston, La., March 14 (2nd round) • No. 1 Tech 73, No. 4 LSU 52 at Los Angeles, Calif., March 20 (West Regional) • No. 1 Tech 88, No. 3 UCLA 62 at Los Angeles, Calif., March 22 (West Regional) • No. 1 Purdue 77, No. 1 Tech 63 at San Jose, Calif., March 26 (National Semifinal) 2000 (No. 1 in Midwest) • No. 1 Tech 95, No. 16 Alcorn State 53 at Ruston, La., March 18 (1st round) • No. 1 Tech 66, No. 9 Vanderbilt 65 at Ruston, La., March 20 (2nd round) • No. 1 Tech 86, No. 4 Old Dominion 74 at Kansas City, Mo., March 25 (Midwest Semifinal) • No. 2 Penn State 86, No. 1 Tech 65 at Kansas City, Mo., March 27 (Midwest Final) 2001 (No. 3 in East) • No. 3 Tech 84, No. 14 Georgia State 48 at Ruston, La., March 17 (1st round) • No. 3 Tech 80, No. 11 TCU 59 at Ruston, La., March 19 (2nd round) • No. 3 Tech 78, No. 10 Missouri 67 at Pittsburgh, Pa., March 24 (East Semifinal) • No. 1 Connecticut 67, No. 3 Tech 48 at Pittsburgh, Pa., March 26 (East Final) 2002 (No. 5 in East) • No. 12 UC-Santa Barbara 57, No. 5 Tech 56 at Austin, Texas, March 15 (1st round) 2003 (No. 5 in West) • No. 5 Tech 94, No. 12 Pepperdine 60 at Ruston, La., March 23 (1st round) • No. 5 Tech 74, No. 4 Ohio State 61 at Ruston, La., March 25 (2nd round) • No. 1 LSU 69, No. 5 Tech 63 at Palo Alto, Calif., March 30 (West Semifinal) 2004 (No. 5 in East) • No. 5 Tech 81, No. 12 Montana 77 at Missoula, Montana, March 20, (1st round) • No. 5 Tech 81, No. 4 Texas Tech 64 at Missoula, Montana, March 22, (2nd round) No. 1 Duke 63, No. 5 Tech 49 at Norfolk, Va., March 28, (East Semifinal) 2005

(No. 11 in Philadelphia Region) • No. 6 Temple 66, No. 11 Tech 61, at Storrs, Connecticut, March 22, (1st round) 2006 (No. 11 in San Antonio Region) • No. 6 Florida State 80, No. 11 Tech 71 at Denver, Colorado, March 18 (1st round)

2010 (No. 14 in Dayton Region) • No. 3 Florida State 75, No. 14 Tech 61 at Tallahasse, Fla. (1st round) 2011 (No. 10 in Dallas Region) • No. 7 Rutgers 75, No. 10 LA Tech 51 at Bossier City, La.. (1st round)

AIAW Tournament Scores 1979 AIAW Tournament • Tech 100, Kansas 61 at Carbondale, Ill., March 16 • Tech 88, Northwestern 52 at Carbondale, Ill., March 17 • Tech 102, Tennessee 84 at Greensboro, N.C., March 23 (National Semifinal) • Old Dominion 75, Tech 65 at Greensboro, N.C., March 25 (National Championship) 1980 AIAW Tournament • Tech 81, Kansas 73 at Ruston, La., March 15 (2nd round) • Tech 96, Long Beach State 70 at Ruston, La., March 18 (National Quarterfinal) • Old Dominion 73, Tech 59 at  Mt. Pleasant, Mich., March 21 (National Semifinal) • South Carolina 77, Tech 69 at  Mt. Pleasant, Mich., March 23 (National Consolation Game) 1981 AIAW Tournament • Tech 97, Jackson State 50 at Ruston, La., March 21 (2nd round) • Tech 87, UCLA 54 at Ruston, La. March 23 (National Quarterfinal) • Tech 66, USC 50 at Eugene, Ore., Marcth 27 (National Semifinal) • Tech 79, Tennessee 59 at Eugene, Ore., March 29 (National Championship)

WNIT Scores 2009 WNIT • Tech 77, SMU 54 at Ruston, La., March 19 (1st round) • Illinois State 73, Tech 59 at Normal, Illinois March 24 (2nd round)

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The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Mel Greenberg began the Associated Press Women’s Basketball Top 20 poll at the start of the 1976-77 season. What began as a nationwide panel of 34 coaches now numbers 44 and represents all geographical areas of the nation as well as every conference. In 1989-90 the poll increased from 20 to 25 teams. Below is a history and indepth look at Louisiana Tech’s prominence in the poll. In the course of winning three national titles, advancing to eight championship games, earning 13 Final Four appearances and dominating the women’s game, Louisiana Tech has been a household name in women’s basketball ... just ask the AP Voters.

Total Weeks of the AP Poll: 627 weeks Tech in the Top 25: 443 weeks Tech in the Top 5: 279 weeks Tech in the Top 10: 371 weeks Tech Debut in the poll: Feb. 15, 1978 at No. 20 Tech Debut in the Top 10: Jan. 16, 1979 at No. 8 Tech Debut at No. 1: Dec. 25, 1979 Longest Streak in Top 25: 220 weeks (Nov. 24, 1992 to present) Longest streak at No. 1: 36 weeks (Nov. 25, 1980 to March 27, 1982)

Total Weeks Ranked: No. 1: 83 weeks No. 2: 56 weeks No. 3: 47 weeks No. 4: 63 weeks No. 5: 30 weeks No. 6: 28 weeks No. 7: 21 weeks No. 8: 27 weeks No. 9: 6 weeks No. 10: 10 weeks No. 11: 15 weeks No. 12: 12 weeks No. 13: 6 weeks

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14: 10 weeks 15: 3 weeks 16: 3 weeks 17: 5 weeks 18: 2 weeks 19: 2 weeks 20: 5 weeks 21: 2 weeks 22: 1 week 23: 3 weeks 24: 3 weeks 25: 2 weeks

Final Polls (Note: 1986 marked the first year for the USA Today poll). 1978-79 (34-4) Associated Press 1. Old Dominion 2. LATECH 3. Tennessee 4. Texas 5. S F Austin 6. UCLA 7. Rutgers 8. Maryland 9. Cheyney State 10. Wayland Bapt.

1979-80 (40-5) Associated Press 1. Old Dominion 2. Tennessee 3. LATECH 4. South Carolina 5. S F Austin 6. Maryland 7. Texas 8. Rutgers 9. Long Beach St 10. NC State

1980-81 (34-0) Associated Press 1. LATECH 2. Tennessee 3. Old Dominion 4. Southern Calif 5. Cheyney State 6. Long Beach St 7. UCLA 8. Maryland 9. Rutgers 10. Kansas

1981-82 (35-1) Associated Press 1. LATECH 2. Cheyney State 3. Maryland 4. Tennessee 5. Texas 6. Southern Calif 7. Old Dominion 8. Rutgers 9. Long Beach St 10. Penn State

1982-83 (31-2) Associated Press 1. Southern Calif. 2. LATECH 3. Texas 4. Old Dominion 5. Cheyney State 6. Long Beach St 7. Maryland 8. Penn State 9. Georgia 10. Tennessee

1983-84 (30-3) Associated Press 1. Texas 2. LATECH 3. Georgia 4. Old Dominion 5. Southern Calif 6. Long Beach St 7. Kansas State 8. LSU 9. Cheyney State 10. Mississippi

1984-85 (29-4) Associated Press 1. Texas 2. Northeast La 3. Long Beach St 4. LATECH 5. Old Dominion 6. Mississippi 7. Ohio State 8. Georgia 9. Penn State 10. Auburn

Final Four at Greensboro, N.C. LA TECH Old Dominion Tennessee UCLA

Final Four at Mt. Pleasant, Mich. LA TECH Old Dominion Tennessee South Carolina

Final Four at Eugene, Ore. LA TECH Tennessee Old Dominion Southern Calif

Final Four at Norfolk, Va. LATECH Cheyney State Maryland Tennessee

Final Four at Norfolk, Va. LATECH Southern Calif Old Dominion Georgia

Final Four at Los Angeles, Calif. LATECH Southern Calif Cheyney State Tennessee

Final Four at Austin, Texas Northeast La Old Dominion Georgia W Kentucky

1985-86 (27-5) Associated Press 1. Texas 2. Georgia 3. So. Calif. 4. LATECH 5. W. Kentucky 6. Virginia 7. Auburn 8. Long Beach St. 9. LSU 10. Rutgers

1986-87 (30-3) Associated Press 1. Texas 2. Auburn 3. LATECH 4. Long Beach St. 5. Rutgers 6. Georgia 7. Tennessee 8. Mississippi 9. Iowa 10. Ohio State

1987-88 (32-2) Associated Press 1. Tennessee 2. Iowa 3. Auburn 4. Texas 5. LATECH 6. Ohio State 7. Long Beach St. 8. Rutgers 9. Maryland 10. Virginia

1988-89 (32-4) Associated Press 1. Tennessee 2. Auburn 3. LATECH 4. Stanford 5. Maryland 6. Texas 7. Long Beach St. 8. Iowa 9. Colorado 10. Georgia