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2009-10 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TABLE OF C O N T E N T S

photo by Robert Smith/The Leaf Chronicle

THE 2009-10 AUSTIN PEAY LADY GOVS

Back Row: Athletic Trainer Autumn Davis, Graduate Assistant Chism McEntire, Assistant Coach Lapheila Doss, Jasmine Rayner, Nicole Jamen, Dalila Thomas, Kaitlyn Hill, Nikki Talley, Meghan Bussabarger, Lauren Jones, Assistant Coach Marcus Payne, Volunteer Assistant Charlotte Marshall and Head Coach Carrie Daniels. Front Row: Manager Sarah Page, Ashley Herring, Salem Richardson, Alex Bivens, Brooke Faulkner, Darcie Warner, Whitney Hanley, Neika Smith and Manager JaQueya Yancey.

2 0 0 9 - 10 L A DY GOVS BASKETBALL YEARBOOK Table of Contents......................................................1 This is Austin Peay...................................................2

2009-10 LADY GOVS................................ 3-32

Team Information......................................................3 Player Biographies Nicole Jamen...................................................4 Alex Bivens......................................................6 Brooke Faulkner..............................................8 Ashley Herring...............................................10 Salem Richardson.........................................12 Darcie Warner................................................14 Whitney Hanley..............................................16 Lauren Jones.................................................18 Jasmine Rayner.............................................20 Nikki Talley.....................................................22 Charneisa Smith............................................24 Dalila Thomas................................................25 Megan Bussabarger......................................26 Kaitlyn Hill......................................................27 Coaches Biographies Head Coach Carrie Daniels...........................28 Assistant Coach Marcus Payne.....................30 Assistant Coach Laphelia Doss.....................31 Lady Govs Support Staff................................32

THE OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE....... 33-35

The Ohio Valley Conference History......................33 2009-10 OVC Membership.....................................34 2010 Postseason Tournaments..............................35

2008-09 BY THE BOOK.......................... 36-39

Individual Overall Statistics.....................................36 Schedule/Results/Individual Leaders.....................36 Game-By-Game Statistics/Superlatives.................37 OVC Regular-Season Recap/APSU Statistics.......38 OVC Tournament Recap/APSU Statistics..............39

Record in OVC Regular Season.............................56 Record in OVC Tournament...................................56 Series Histories.................................................56-59 Series Breakouts....................................................60 Championship Squads......................................61-62 Annual Results & All-Time Coaches.......................63 All-Time Honors & Awards......................................64 All-Time Roster..................................................65-66

RECORD BOOK...................................... 40-48

Individiual Single-Game Records...........................40 Team Single-Season Records................................40 Team Win/Loss Streaks..........................................40 Individual Single Season Records.....................41-42 Annual Statistical Leaders......................................43 Freshman/Sophomore Single-Season Records.....44 Junior/Senior Single-Season Records....................45 Individual Career Records.................................46-47 NCAA Tournament Results & Records...................48

The 2009-10 Austin Peay women’s basketball media guide was written and designed by Cody Bush, sports information coordinator, with writing and editing assistance courtesy Brad Kirtley, sports information director. Special thanks to Alaric Klinghard, sports information assistant.

Year-by-Year Results.........................................49-54 Series Records..................................................55-56

Austin Peay State University, a Tennessee Board of Regents institution, is an equal opportunity employer committed to the education of a nonracially identifiable student body.

LADY GOVS HISTORY............................ 49-66

CREDIT S

Photos as credited throughout publication.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL THIS IS AU S T I N P E AY

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ustin Peay State University is a comprehensive, stateassisted university with a distinguished tradition in liberal and professional education. The institution is named in honor of Austin Peay, Tennessee’s governor from 1924 until 1927, the year APSU was founded. The university is located in Clarksville, Tenn., just 45 minutes northwest of Tennessee’s capital, Nashville, on Interstate 24. One of the South’s most historic cities, Clarksville also is Tennessee’s third-fastest growing city behind only Memphis and Nashville. Situated on gently rolling terrain near picturesque downtown Clarksville, Austin Peay’s main campus consists of 68 buildings on 169 acres. The classical Georgian architecture of the Austin Peay campus is combined with newer buildings. This blend provides a link with the past while reflecting the academic excellence and dignity of an institution of higher learning. The newest building additions to the main campus are the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center, Sundquist Science Complex and the new Morgan University Center, each opening for use since 2001. The $11-million Foy Center, features a rock-climbing wall and 10,000 square feet of fitness space and other amenities for the student body. The Sundquist Complex is one of the South’s premier science education facilities and represents the largest capital appropriation ever in Tennessee for a single classroom building. The new Morgan University Center is located in the heart of the campus and features a cybercafe, meeting rooms, a food court, coffee shop, ballroom and lounges for Austin Peay students. Austin Peay’s campus has been the site of seven educational institutions since 1806. The campus was occupied by Southwestern for 50 years until 1925 when the school moved to Memphis. Austin Peay was founded two years later as a two-year normal school to train teachers for the region. Austin Peay has grown over the years to take its place among the finest mid-sized four-year universities in the nation. Austin Peay Normal School became a four-year college in 1941-42, and university status was conferred Sept. 1, 1967. Austin Peay State University currently enrolls more than 9,000 students from every region of Tennessee, most of the 50 states and several foreign countries. Austin Peay offers more than 50 majors in associate, bachelor’s, master’s and education specialist’s degrees with additional areas of concentration. Courses are offered in arts and sciences, business, education, engineering technology, nursing and human services. Graduate studies also are offered in several areas. In addition, numerous online courses are offered each semester. A state leader in public service, Austin Peay State University has more than 750 employees. Engaged in the most modern teaching techniques and research are nearly 280 full-time faculty members, 90 percent of whom hold the earned doctorate or appropriate terminal degrees in their disciplines.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2009-10 L A DY G OVS B A S K E T B A L L

TALE of the TAPE

6’3 Kaitlyn Hill

6’1 Nikki Talley Dalila Thomas

2009-10 AUSTIN PEAY LADY GOVS ROSTER

No. 00 1 2 3 12 14 15 23 30 33 34 41 42 43

Name POS Jasmine Rayner F/C Salem Richardson G/F Darcie Warner G Alex Bivens G Whitney Hanley G Charneisa “Neika” Smith G Lauren Jones G Brooke Faulkner G Nikki Talley C Ashley Herring G/F Nicole Jamen F Dalila Thomas F Kaitlyn Hill C Meghan Bussabarger G/F

HT 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-10 5-5 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-0

CL EXP So. 1L Jr. 2L Jr. 2L Jr. 2L So. 1L Fr. HS/RS So. 1L Jr. TR/1L So. 1L Jr. 2L Sr. 3L So. TR Fr. HS Fr. HS

BENCH PERSONNEL

6’0 Meghan Bussabarger

5’11 Nicole Jamen

HEAD COACH Carrie Daniels (Austin Peay, 1996) ASSISTANT COACHES Marcus Payne (Southwestern [Kan.], 1986) Laphelia Doss (Eastern Kentucky, 1998) VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT Charlotte Marshall (Western Kentucky, 2008)

Hometown (Previous School) Bartlett, Tenn. (Northside HS) Ashland City, Tenn. (Harpeth HS) French Lick, Ind. (Springs Valley HS) Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Riverdale HS) Mt. Washington, Ky. (Bullitt East HS) Fort Myers, Fla. (Cypress Lake HS) Crestwood, Ky. (South Oldham HS) Cynthiana, Ky. (Western Kentucky) Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Oral Roberts/Riverdale HS) Memphis, Tenn. (Bartlett HS) Wheeling, W.Va. (Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy) St. Louis, Mo. (Western Kentucky/Hazelwood East HS) Belleville, Ill. (Belleville West HS) Corydon, Ind. (Corydon Central HS)

PRONUNCIATION KEY Name Nicole Jamen Dalila Thomas Meghan Bussabarger Laphelia Doss Chism McEntire

Bold word pronunciation JAW-men DA-lee-la BUS-bar-ger LUH-feel-e-ya like prism

GRADUATE ASSISTANT Chism McEntire (Missouri S&T, 2009) ATHLETIC TRAINER Autumn Davis (Toledo, 2005)

5’10 Jasmine Rayner Whitney Hanley Lauren Jones Brooke Faulkner

5’9 Ashley Herring

MANAGERS JaQueya Yancey Sarah Page

LADY GOVS BIRTHDAYS MARCH

Kaitlyn Hill (6th) Ashley Herring (26th) Nikki Talley (29th)

APRIL

Charneisa Smith (17th)

5’8 Alex Bivens Salem Richardson

Darcie Warner

5’5

Whitney Hanley (2nd) Salem Richardson (10th)

JULY

Darcie Walker (6th) Boooke Faulkner (14th) Nicole Jamen (17th)

OCTOBER

Dalila Thomas (1st) Alex Bivins (6th) Jasmine Rayner (18th)

MISSOURI: 1

SENIORS: 1

ILLINOIS: 1

TENNESSEE: 5

JUNIORS: 6

Dalila Thomas

Meghan Bussabarger Darcie Warner

Alex Bivens Ashley Herring Jasmine Rayner Salem Richardson Nikki Talley

KENTUCKY: 3

CAMEROON: 1

INDIANA: 2

Brooke Faulkner Whitney Hanley Lauren Jones

Meghan Bussbarger (3rd)

Lauren Jones (8th)

FLORIDA: 1 Neika Smith

DECEMBER

NOVEMBER

SQUAD BREAKDOWNS BY STATE/COUNTRY AND CLASS

Kaitlyn Hill

5’7

JUNE

Nicole Jamen

Alex Bivens Brooke Faulkner*^ Ashley Herring Salem Richardson Dalila Thomas^ Darcie Warner

*-redshirt, ^-transfer

SOPHOMORE: 4 Whitney Hanley Lauren Jones Jasmine Rayner Nikki Talley*

FRESHMEN: 3

Meghan Bussabarger Kaitlyn Hill Neika Smith*

Nicole Jamen

Charneisa Smith

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NICOLE JA M E N Lady Govs lone senior for 2009-10 campaign… was selected to Cameroon National Women’s team and played in the 21st FIBA Africa Championship for Women held in Madagascar… averaged 6.4 points and 3.9 rebounds per game in FIBA Africa Championship, including 22-point, 18-rebound performance in final contest against host Madagascar.

2008-09 (JUNIOR)

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Nicole Jamen

5-11 • Senior • F Yaoundé, Cameroon Mt. de Chantal Visitation Academy (W.Va.) Awards

Miami All-Tournament Team, 2008

Academically

Major: Business (Finance) AD’s Honor Roll: F08

Personal

Alina Nicole Jamen Senkeu is the daughter of Emmanuel and Marie Jamen… born July 17, 1988… has three sisters Christe´le (28), Alice (24) and Ariane (19)… finance major.

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Started 31 of 33 games played… team’s third-leading scorer (11.2 ppg) who more than tripled her scoring production (3.2) from previous season… tallied 19 double-figure efforts, including trio of 20-point outings… also had five double-figure rebounding efforts… opened season as APSU’s leading scorer (14 points) while collecting four steals in win against Lipscomb… scored double figures in five of APSU’s first eight games, including a double-double (14 points, 10 rebounds) against Miami… also pulled down 10 rebounds next night against Chicago State to earn UM all-tourney honors… opened OVC play by recording back-to-back double-digit scoring efforts at Southeast Missouri (10 points, nine rebounds) and Eastern Illinois (14 points), including a 6-for-6 effort from the free-throw line… after scoring in single digits for next two games, recorded 13 points against Alabama before scoring career-best 24 points on 10-of-15 shooting at Elon… earned OVC Player of the Week, Dec. 30, for her efforts… when Lady Govs resumed OVC play in January, recorded 23-point, 11-rebound performance against Morehead State, going 9-of-15 from floor… after scoring in single digits against Eastern Kentucky, tallied double figures in six of next seven contests… had 11 points and nine rebounds in home win against Tennessee Tech before fashioning 18-point (8-of-12 field goals), nine-rebound effort on road at Eastern Kentucky… at Morehead State she scored 13 points, including crucial three pointer (her first college three pointer attempted) in road triumph… endured slump that saw her score in double digits just one time (13 points, 11-of-14 free throws vs. Jacksonville State) in the next six games… however, came up huge in the OVC regularseason finale against Southeast Missouri, scoring 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting while grabbing five rebounds, dishing out two assists and collecting two steals… came right back to score 15 points on 7-of-12 shooting in OVC tourney-opening win at Morehead State… grabbed 12 rebounds for her season’s third double-double… in OVC tourney semifinals win against No. 1 seed Murray State, Jamen scored 20 points on 9-of-17 shooting to go with six rebounds… struggled offensively in OVC championship game but cleaned boards for season-high 13 rebounds, including seven offensive grabs… in three OVC tourney games, the junior post averaged 14 ppg and 10.3 rpg… also shot solid 47.4 percent from floor… scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds against Duke in NCAA Tournament contest, leading the Lady Govs with five field goals made.

2007-08 (SOPHOMORE)

Jamen played in 28 games, starting nine contests… averaged 3.2 points and 4.3 rebounds per game, including 1.9 offensive rebounds per game… had 14 games with more than five rebounds… grabbed career-high 15 rebounds at Tennessee-Martin, Feb. 23, including seven offensive rebounds… first of three eight-rebound performances came against Southern Illinois, Nov. 28… scored season-high nine points in back-to-back games in December… scored nine points on 4-of-5 field-goal shooting and grabbed four rebounds against Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 8… followed that with nine points on 4-of-4 field-goal shooting against Middle Tennessee, Dec. 15… grabbed eight rebounds, dished out a pair of assists, blocked a shot and nabbed a steal against Eastern Illinois, Jan. 6… scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds at Southeast Missouri, Feb. 20.

2006-07 (FRESHMAN)

Jamen played in 29 games and worked her way into starting the Lady Govs final two contests… was big factor in APSU’s victory against Evansville, Nov. 14, scoring 10 points on 5-of-6 field-goal shooting… next big scoring outburst came at Evansville, Dec. 21, when she scored eight points… finished season with eight points in season-high 29 minutes at Southeast Missouri, Feb. 27, making 5-of-7 field-goal attempts.

PREP CAREER

At Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy, under head coach John Rowan, played forward for a team that finished 20-2 overall… finished second in shot put in Ohio Valley Athletic Conference championship as a sophomore.

photo by Keith Dorris

2009-10 (SENIOR)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NICOLE JA M E N CAREER BESTS SCORING 24......at Elon (12/28/08) FGM 10......at Elon (12/28/08) FG% .833......(5-6) vs. Evansville (11/14/06) 3GM 1......at Morehead State (01/31/09) 3G% NA FTM 11......at Jacksonville State (02/19/09) FT% 1..000......(6-6) at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) REB 15......at Tennessee-Martin (02/23/08) AST 2......nt. Eastern Illinois (03/07/09) STL 4......at Louisville (11/17/08) BLK 2......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08)

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 24......at Elon (12/28/08) FGM 10......at Elon (12/28/08) FG% .800......(8-10) vs. Southeast Missouri (02/28/09) 3GM 1......at Morehead State (01/31/09) 3G% NA FTM 11......at Jacksonville State (02/19/09) FT% 1..000......(6-6) at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) REB 13......nt. Eastern Illinois (03/07/09) AST 2......nt. Eastern Illinois (03/07/09) STL 4......at Louisville (11/17/08) BLK 2......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date Lipscomb Nov. 15, 2008 at Louisville Nov. 17, 2008 Troy Nov. 21, 2008 Belmont Nov. 25, 2008 at Miami Nov. 29, 2008 nt. Chicago State Nov. 30, 2008 at Southeast Missouri • Dec. 4, 2008 at Eastern Illinois • Dec. 6, 2008 SIU Edwardsville Dec. 13, 2008 at Middle Tennessee Dec. 16, 2008 at Alabama Dec. 20, 2008 at Elon Dec. 28, 2008 at North Carolina Dec. 30, 2008 Morehead State • Jan. 3, 2009 Eastern Kentucky • Jan. 5, 2009 at Tennessee Martin • Jan. 8, 2009 at Murray State • Jan. 10, 2009 at Tennessee State • Jan. 17, 2009 Tennessee Tech • Jan. 22, 2009 Jacksonville State • Jan. 24, 2009 at Eastern Kentucky • Jan. 27, 2009 at Morehead State • Jan. 31, 2009 Tennessee Martin • Feb. 3, 2009 Murray State • Feb. 7, 2009 Tennessee State • Feb. 14, 2009 at Jacksonville State • Feb. 19, 2009 at Tennessee Tech • Feb. 21, 2009 Eastern Illinois • Feb. 26, 2009 Southeast Missouri • Feb. 28, 2009 at Morehead State § March 3, 2009 nt. Murray State § March 6, 2009 nt. Eastern Illinois § March 7, 2009 nt. Duke $ March 22, 2009

Pts Reb Ast 14 5 0 9 9 1 10 9 1 7 3 1 14 10 1 8 10 1 10 9 0 14 4 1 9 7 1 6 4 0 13 7 0 24 8 1 3 3 0 23 11 1 5 3 1 13 5 0 14 3 1 11 3 0 7 7 1 11 9 1 18 9 1 13 6 1 5 5 2 9 8 2 0 1 0 13 9 1 8 2 0 6 2 0 19 5 2 15 12 0 20 6 1 7 13 2 10 6 0

photo by Matthew Mitchell Photography

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… NO ANSWER

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… R KELLY

FAVORITE SONG… AFRICAN QUEEN BY 2FACE

FAVORITE TV SHOW… STEVE HARVEY SHOW

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY GRANDMOTHER

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… DWAYNE WADE

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… KOBE BRYANT

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… COMPETITIVE

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… SOCIAL

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament, $ - NCAA Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year 06-07 07-08 08-09 TOTAL

GP 29 28 33 90

Min 320 394 951 1665

Avg FG FGA 11.0 33 87 14.1 32 96 28.8 147 304 18.5 212 488

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot .379 0 1 .000 12 26 .462 25 33 58 .333 0 0 .000 25 39 .641 53 67 120 .484 1 5 .200 73 117 .624 101 112 213 .434 1 6 .167 110 182 .604 179 212 391

Avg PF 2.0 29 4.3 45 6.5 81 4.3 155

FO 0 0 1 1

A TO 8 28 12 50 25 86 45 164

Blk 0 5 3 8

Stl Pts Avg 15 78 2.7 8 89 3.2 46 368 11.2 69 535 5.9

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALEX BIVE N S 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE)

Played 12 games in sophomore campaign… threepoint specialist connected on 6-of-14 attempts, with all six coming in pairs… was 2-of-6 from three against Troy before making both attempts against Chicago State in just six minutes… also connected for a pair of three pointers in the Lady Govs’ near-comeback win at Eastern Illinois in early December.

2007-08 (FRESHMAN)

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Alex Bivens 5-8 • Junior • G Murfreesboro, Tenn. Riverdale HS

Bivens played in all 29 games, starting 10 contests… named OVC Freshman of the Week, Dec. 10, after scoring 36 points in Lady Govs conference-opening weekend against Morehead State and Eastern Kentucky… opened campaign with three straight double-digit scoring contests, including a 19-point effort against Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Nov. 23, at the Golden Eagle Classic… after three-game scoring slump, returned to double digits in both contests of Lady Govs conference-opening weekend… scored 17 points against Morehead State, Dec. 6, playing a season-high 38 minutes… followed that outing with season-best tying 19 points against Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 8… saw string of nine consecutive starts stopped after scoreless 11 minutes against Ball State at UNLV Christmas Classic… returned to starting lineup in place of injured Ashley Herring, Jan. 24, at Jacksonville State and scored nine points in 35 minutes… returned to double-digit scoring territory again with 14 points at Tennessee State, Feb. 16.

PREP CAREER

At Riverdale High School under head coach Michael Burt, was a member of the 2006-07 Riverdale girls basketball team that won the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association Class AAA championship… scored 10 points in the championship game and finished with 32 points during the tournament… totalled 589 points, an average of 14.4 points per game, during her senior campaign… led all mid-state players with 98 three-point field goals made, averaging 2.4 made per outing.

Academically

Major: Nursing OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2007-08 Dean’s List: F07, S08 AD’s Honor Roll: F07, S08, F08

Personal

photo by Keith Dorris

Alexandra Bronwyn Bivens is the daughter of Cam and Celeste Bivens… born Oct. 6, 1988… has five younger siblings: Tori (19), Randi (13), Leigh (11), Christelle (eight) and Kaici (seven).

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALEX BIVE N S CAREER BESTS SCORING 19......vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/08/07) FGM 7......vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/08/07) FG% .583......(7-12) vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/08/07) 3GM 5......vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/08/07) 3G% .714......(5-7) vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/08/07) FTM 2......at Jacksonville State (01/24/08) FT% NA REB 3......at Morehead State (03/01/08) AST 3......vs. Southeast Missouri (01/12/08) STL 2......vs. Morehead State (12/06/07) BLK 1......at Samford (01/26/08)

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 6......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FGM 2......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FG% NA 3GM 2......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) 3G% 1.000......(2-2) nt. Chicago State (11/30/08) FTM 1......at Murray State (01/10/09) FT% NA REB 1......vs. Jacksonville State (01/24/09) AST 1......vs. Troy (11/21/08) STL NA BLK NA † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Pts Nov. 15, 2008 0 Nov. 17, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 6 Nov. 25, 2008 0 Nov. 29, 2008 Nov. 30, 2008 6 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 6 Dec. 13, 2008 0 Dec. 16, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 28, 2008 0 Dec. 30, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 0 Jan. 8, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 1 Jan. 17, 2009 Jan. 22, 2009 Jan. 24, 2009 2 Jan. 27, 2009 Jan. 31, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 0 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 14, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 22, 2009 0

Reb Ast 0 0 DNP 1 1 0 0 DNP 0 0 DNP 1 0 1 0 DNP DNP 0 0 DNP DNP 0 0 DNP 0 0 DNP DNP 1 0 DNP DNP 0 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0 0

photo by Robert Smith/The Leaf Chronicle

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… MACARONI & CHEESE

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… CARRIE UNDERWOOD

FAVORITE MOVIE… HOW TO LOSE A GUY IN 10 DAYS

FAVORITE TV SHOW… AMERICAN IDOL

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY MOM

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… SUE BIRD

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… MARY, THE MOTHER OF JESUS

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… CHINA, IT’S A WHOLE NEW WORLD

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… INTENSE

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… OUTGOING

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament, $ - NCAA Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year 07-08 08-09 TOTAL

GP Min Avg 29 626 21.6 12 57 4.8 41 683 17.0

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 67 204 .328 39 121 .322 7 16 .438 6 14 .429 74 220 .336 45 135 .333

FT 14 1 15

FTA Pct 22 .636 2 .500 24 .625

Off 9 4 13

Def 22 0 22

Tot 31 4 35

Avg 1.1 0.3 0.9

PF 44 6 50

FO 0 0 0

A 20 1 21

TO 37 4 41

Blk 3 0 3

Stl Pts 11 187 0 21 11 208

Avg 6.4 1.8 5.1

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL BROOKE FAU L K N E R 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE TRANSFER)

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Brooke Faulkner 5-10 • Junior • G Cynthiana, Ky. Western Kentucky

Academically

Major: Biology Dean’s List: S08, F08 AD’s Honor Roll: S08, F08

Personal

PRIOR TO AUSTIN PEAY (2006-08)

At Western Kentucky, Faulkner played in 31 career contests, through 1½ seasons before leaving the program at end of Fall 2007 semester… received a redshirt following the 2007-08 campaign after playing six games off the bench… averaged 2.7 points and 2.0 rebounds in 11 minutes per game… came off bench to score 10 points and grab six rebounds against Morehead State, Nov. 27… opened her career in 2006-07 campaign at Vanderbilt, Nov. 16, making a field goal in two minutes of action… scored eight points in 12 minutes against South Alabama, Dec. 17, finishing 3-of-3 from the field and 2-of-2 from three-point range… first career double-digit scoring effort came against Florida Atlantic, Feb. 15, scoring 11 points and grabbing five rebounds in 29 minutes.

PREP CAREER

At Harrison County High School under head coach Mac Whitaker, Faulkner was named to the all-state team five times and was twice selected Region 10 Player of the Year… finished her career with 2,658 points… was one of eight Kentucky players all-time to finish with more than 300 career three-point field goals… averaged 19.3 points and seven rebounds per game as a senior… named second-team all-state by both the Louisville Courier Journal and Lexington Herald Leader after senior campaign… was a member of 2006 Kentucky All-Star Team… averaged 23 points, seven rebounds and four assists per game as a junior and was a second-team all-state selection by the Louisville Courier Journal… a two-sport athlete, was a four-time letterwinner as a volleyball player.

photo by Keith Dorris

Virginia Brooke Faulkner is the daughter of Bill and Jackie Faulkner… born July 14, 1988… has two older siblings: Billy (27) and Olivia (22).

Started 16 of 25 games played… averaged 7.3 points and 3.4 rebounds per game… scored double digits seven times and made two or more three pointers 10 times… after gaining eligibility at first semester’s end, she scored nine points – all on three pointers – against SIU Edwardsville… in her second game against Middle Tennessee, she matched her then-career scoring high with 11 points, going 4-of-9 from the floor… Faulkner earned first start against Alabama grabbing seven rebounds while scoring just two points… she returned to reserve role for next six games before knocking down career-high 17 points at Murray State, connecting on 5-of-10 shots, including a trio of three pointers… moved back into the starting lineup for the season’s remainder, except for Feb. 21 road tilt at Tennessee Tech… in APSU home contest against Golden Eagles, scored nine points to go with career-best 10 rebounds in 49 minutes of a double-overtime victory… two nights later, scored 14 points, going 5-of-10 from the floor (three three-point field goals) in win against Jacksonville State… her 11.5 ppg scoring average and 6.5 rpg earned her OVC Newcomer of the Week honors… scored 11 points in home win against UT Martin before seemingly joining other Lady Govs backcourters in going into a collective slump… over next games, averaged just 5.5 ppg while shooting just 32.3 percent from the floor… rediscovering her shooting touch in time for OVC tournament… opened tourney play by scoring 14 points, including going 4-for-7 from three-point range, and dishing out four assists to help lead Lady Govs to road win at Morehead State, March 3… in OVC tourney semifinals against Murray State, Faulkner scored 11 points while pulling down seven rebounds in upset win of No. 1 seed… then in OVC championship game, played all 50 minutes of double overtime contest, scoring nine points but also supplying strong defense… finished tournament averaging 11.3 ppg and 6.7 rpg while committing just four turnovers… scored three points in NCAA Tournament appearance against Duke while also recording a blocked shot and steal.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL BROOKE FAU L K N E R CAREER BESTS SCORING 17......at Murray State (01/10/09) FGM 5......at Morehead State (03/03/09) FG% .556......(5-9) at Morehead State (03/03/09) 3GM 4......at Morehead State (03/03/09) 3G% 1.000......(3-3) vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FTM 4......at Murray State (01/10/09) FT% 1.000......(4-4) at Murray State (01/10/09) REB 10......vs. Tennessee Tech (01/22/09) AST 4......at Morehead State (03/03/09) STL 3......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) BLK 3......at Elon (12/28/09)

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 17......at Murray State (01/10/09) FGM 5......at Morehead State (03/03/09) FG% .556......(5-9) at Morehead State (03/03/09) 3GM 4......at Morehead State (03/03/09) 3G% 1.000......(3-3) vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FTM 4......at Murray State (01/10/09) FT% 1.000......(4-4) at Murray State (01/10/09) REB 10......vs. Tennessee Tech (01/22/09) AST 4......at Morehead State (03/03/09) STL 3......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) BLK 3......at Elon (12/28/09) † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 17, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Nov. 25, 2008 Nov. 29, 2008 Nov. 30, 2008 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Dec. 13, 2008 Dec. 16, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 28, 2008 Dec. 30, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 Jan. 8, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 Jan. 22, 2009 Jan. 24, 2009 Jan. 27, 2009 Jan. 31, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 14, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 22, 2009

Pts Reb Ast DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 9 3 2 11 5 1 2 7 3 10 7 2 5 3 1 2 1 2 7 3 1 2 0 1 17 5 4 2 2 1 9 10 2 14 3 3 7 4 1 4 3 1 11 2 2 5 0 2 7 1 1 5 1 1 0 0 0 9 2 1 7 3 2 14 7 4 11 7 1 9 6 2 3 1 1

photo by Robert Smith/The Leaf Chronicle

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… CHICKEN ALFREDO PASTA

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… COLBIE CAILLAT

FAVORITE SONG… SLOW DANCING IN A BURNING ROOM/JOHN MAYER

FAVORITE TV SHOW… THE OFFICE

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY GRANDPA BECK

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… TIM TEBOW

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… JESUS CHRIST

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… PARIS, FRANCE… IT WAS BEAUTIFUL

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… LEVEL-HEADED

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… LAID BACK

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament, $ - NCAA Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year 06-07* 07-08* 08-09 Total

GP Min Avg 25 208 8.3 6 66 11.0 25 658 26.3 56 932 16.6

(*-statistics at Western Kentucky)

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 17 53 .321 9 34 .265 6 18 .333 3 11 .273 64 198 .323 34 102 .333 87 269 .323 46 147 .313

FT 5 1 20 26

FTA 7 2 31 40

Pct .714 .500 .645 .650

Off 8 4 31 43

Def Tot 17 25 8 12 55 86 80 123

Avg 1.0 2.0 3.4 2.2

PF 11 4 39 54

FO 0 0 0 0

A 5 3 42 50

TO 14 10 44 68

Blk 1 0 13 14

Stl Pts 6 48 2 16 22 182 30 246

Avg 1.9 2.7 7.3 4.4

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ASHLEY H E R R I N G

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Ashley Herring 5-9 • Junior • G/F Memphis, Tenn. Bartlett HS

Awards

OVC All-Tournament Team, 2009 OVC All-Newcomer Team, 2007-08 Southern Miss All-Tournament Team, 2007

Academically

Major: Communication Arts (Mass Communications) Minor: Professional Writing

Personal

Ashley Renee Herring is the daughter of Curtis and Pamela Herring… born March 26, 1989… has an older brother Jaycen (23).

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Started all 32 games, scoring in double digits 19 different occasions, including all three OVC tourney games to earn OVC All-Tournament honors… scored 20 or more points on seven different occasions… got off to slow start, scoring just five points in the season opener against Lipscomb… was APSU’s leading scorer in next three conetsts, reaching double figures in each, including 16 against Belmont… drove length of floor to score game-winning bucket in closing seconds against Belmont… scored just 10 total points in Miami tourney but did grab nine rebounds versus Hurricanes… opened OVC play by scoring 21 points on 8-of-15 shooting (4-of-7 three pointers), and grabbing eight rebounds in road win against Southeast Missouri… also had two blocks and three steals in game… came right back with career performance against Eastern Illinois… although Lady Govs rally fell short, Herring scored 22 of her career-best 33 points in the second half, making 10-of-16 from the floor plus 11-of-14 from the free-throw line… as a result of her OVC opening-weekend performance, was named OVC Player of the Week… struggled thereafter with just one double-figure scoring performance in next six games… then reeled off three straight double-figure performances… scored 21 points at home against Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 5, with four of her five field goals coming from three-point range… she went 6-of11 from floor in scoring 16 points in road win at UT Martin… scored 15 points, going 5-of-8 from the floor, in road loss at Murray State, Jan. 10… after struggling against Tennessee State, scored 18 points in home win versus Tennessee Tech, hitting game-winning free throw in second overtime… then tallied 12 points in victory against Jacksonville State… after scoring single digits in road win at Eastern Kentucky, came back with 14-point effort against Morehead State, including game-winning step-back lane jumper with three seconds remaining… fouls limited her to three points in home win against UT Martin before scoring 21 points in home loss against Murray State… after being limited to single digits against Tennessee State, reeled off back-to-back 20-point efforts in losses at Jacksonville State and Tennessee Tech… scored 24 points against JSU, making 9-of-19 from floor, including game-tying threepoint bucket – she was 3-of-7 from three-point range – with five seconds left, sending contest to overtime… at Tennessee Tech, she connected on career-best five three pointers (eight attempts), scored 20 points and collected eight rebounds… after scoring 10 points against Eastern Illinois, was held without a field goal against Southeast Missouri… however, delivered game-tying assist to teammate April Thomas, whose last-second bucket sent the game into overtime… in OVC tournament, was Lady Govs leading scorer, averaging 18 ppg… scored 17 points in tourney opener at Morehead State, going perfect 6-for-6 at the free throw line while also knocking down a trio of three pointers… backed that up with 16 points in offensive battle with Murray State in semifinals… in tourney title game, scored 21 points in double-overtime victory, going 9-of-16 from floor… also was credited with three steals… averaged 13.9 ppg during OVC play, including shooting 41.3 percent (31 of 75) from threepoint range… attempted the second most free throws (115) by a sophomore in APSU history… had three rebounds, two assists and two steals in NCAA Tournament game against Duke.

2007-08 (FRESHMAN)

Herring was named to OVC All-Newcomer team… played and started all 28 games… averaged 10.8 points and 5.7 rebounds per game… finished season ranked 10th among APSU freshman scorers all-time with 302 points… also tied for 10th among APSU freshman rebounders all-time with 160 rebounds… named OVC Freshman of the Week three times: Nov. 12, Nov. 26 and Dec. 17… scored 15 points in season-opener against Chattanooga, Nov. 9… averaged 16 points and nine rebounds per game at Southern Miss’ Lady Eagle Classic, Nov. 23-24, and was named to all-tournament team… scored season-high 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for first career double-double against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in opening round, Nov. 23… recorded second double-double – 16 points and 11 rebounds – against Southern Illinois, Nov. 28… reached double-digit scoring territory in six of seven December contests… opened January with 17 points at Tennessee Tech, Jan. 3, and season-best 12 rebounds against Jacksonville State, Jan. 5… scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds against UT Martin, Jan. 17… had five consecutive double-digit scoring outings, Feb. 11-28… had four blocked shots against Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 8… nabbed season-best five steals at Kennesaw State, Dec. 1… dished out season-high four assists against Samford, Feb. 9.

PREP CAREER

At Bartlett High School, under head coach Lynn Whitfield, was a three-time Associated Press honorable mention all-state selection… averaged 12 points, seven rebounds, four steals and four assists per game during her career… was named to the Region 7-AAA all-tournament team each of her first three seasons and was a District 14-AAA all-tournament selection as a junior… highly-touted prospect, being named among the top 12 Tennessee senior prospects by Rick Bolus’ regional scouting service and among the top 200 players nationally by Blue Star rankings… selected Austin Peay over both Chattanooga and Louisiana Tech.

photo by Robert Smith/The Leaf Chronicle

2008-09 (SOPHOMORE)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ASHLEY H E R R I N G CAREER BESTS SCORING 33......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FGM 10......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FG% .625......(10-16) at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) 3GM 5......at Tennessee Tech (02/21/09) 3G% .800......(4-5) at Tennessee State (02/11/08) FTM 11......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FT% 1.000......(6-6) at Morehead State (03/03/09) REB 12......at Alabama (12/20/08) AST 5......at Elon (12/28/08) STL 5......at Kennesaw State (12/01/07) BLK 4......vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/08/07)

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 33......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FGM 10......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FG% .625......(10-16) at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) 3GM 5......at Tennessee Tech (02/21/09) 3G% .750......(3-4) vs. Murray State (02/07/09) FTM 11......at Eastern Illinois (12/06/08) FT% 1.000......(6-6) at Morehead State (03/03/09) REB 12......at Alabama (12/20/08) AST 5......at Elon (12/28/08) STL 4......vs. Belmont (11/25/08) BLK 3......at Southeast Missouri (12/04/08) † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 17, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Nov. 25, 2008 Nov. 29, 2008 Nov. 30, 2008 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Dec. 13, 2008 Dec. 16, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 28, 2008 Dec. 30, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 Jan. 8, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 Jan. 22, 2009 Jan. 24, 2009 Jan. 27, 2009 Jan. 31, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 14, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 22, 2009

Pts Reb Ast 5 5 0 12 7 0 14 8 5 16 8 1 4 9 1 6 1 2 21 8 2 33 7 1 2 5 1 10 5 3 6 12 3 2 1 5 4 1 1 9 7 3 21 6 1 16 8 2 15 8 1 3 3 0 18 5 0 12 3 4 3 4 1 14 8 3 5 1 0 21 3 3 2 2 1 24 4 1 20 8 2 10 7 0 4 3 2 17 5 4 16 6 1 21 2 1 0 3 2

photo by Keith Dorris

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… SPAGHETTI

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… LAURYN HILL

FAVORITE SONG… SELAH BY LAURYN HILL

FAVORITE TV SHOW… THE GAME

FAVORITE MOVIE… COMING TO AMERICA

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… SERENA WILLIAMS

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… GRANDMOTHER

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… LAS VEGAS, BUSY AND BRIGHT LIGHTS

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… DIVERSE

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… LAID BACK

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament, $ - NCAA Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year 07-08 08-09 TOTAL

GP Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 28 940 33.6 109 274 .398 38 95 .400 46 72 .639 33 1027 31.1 132 346 .382 48 143 .336 74 115 .643 61 1967 32.2 241 620 .389 86 238 .361 120 187 .642

Off Def Tot 50 110 160 43 130 173 93 240 333

Avg PF 5.7 88 5.2 97 5.5 185

FO 3 5 8

A TO 41 89 57 93 98 182

Blk 16 15 31

Stl Pts Avg 39 302 10.8 40 386 11.7 79 688 11.3

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SALEM RI C H A R D S O N 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE)

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Salem Richardson 5-8 • Junior • G/F Ashland City, Tenn. Harpeth HS

Academically

Major: Health Care Management AD’s Honor Roll: F08

Personal

PREP CAREER

At Harpeth High School, under head coach Drew Johnson, finished her career averaging 12 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game… recorded more than 1,000 points during her prep career, scoring her 1,000th career point during Harpeth’s “Senior Night”… named to All-District 11 team and was District 11-AA Tournament MVP… led Harpeth to a 27-5 record and the District 11-AA tournament championship as a senior… played in the TACA East-West All-Star Game, scoring 12 points to lead the West squad.

2007-08 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 26 games, all off the bench… averaged 2.1 points and 1.4 rebounds per game in 11.4 minutes per outing… scored five points and grabbed two rebounds against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Nov. 23… grabbed season-high five rebounds at UNLV, Dec. 20… scored season-high six points, including 4-of-4 free-throw effort, and grabbed four rebounds against Eastern Illinois, Jan. 7… dished out season-best three assists at Jacksonville State, Jan. 24… finished season with four points and season-high tying five rebounds at Eastern Kentucky, Feb. 28.

photo by Keith Dorris

Salem Gabrielle Richardson is the daughter of Sheryl and Bobby Richardson… born June 10, 1989… has an older brother, Ben (22).

Played in 24 games… averaged 4.0 points and 1.3 rebounds per game off bench… opened the 2008-09 campaign with a career-high 12 points, making 4-of5 field goal attempts, including two three pointers against Lipscomb… also grabbed a career-high tying five rebounds in contest… had a nine-point outing against Miami, all coming off a trio of three pointers… tallied 12 points at Elon, almost posting a perfect shooting performance, going 3-of-4 from the field (one three pointer) while cashing in on all five free-throw attempts in 17 minutes… however, a medical condition helped unravel promising start… forced to miss four early-season OVC games and struggled to regain her early season performance level… she played doubledigit minutes for the first time since the Elon game in Lady Govs home win against UT Martin… played 10 or more minutes in four of the next five games, capped by an 11-point, six-rebound effort at home against Eastern Illinois… it was the first time in Richardson’s career she led APSU in scoring… sophomore played only four minutes during OVC tournament, all coming in first-round game against Morehead State… made only shot – a three-point field goal – in NCAA Tournament game against Duke in six minutes off bench.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SALEM RI C H A R D S O N CAREER BESTS SCORING 12......at Elon (12/28/08) FGM 5......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) FG% .417......(5-12) vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) 3GM 3......at Miami (11/28/08) 3G% 1.000......(2-2) at Southeast Missouri (12/04/08) FTM 5......at Elon (12/28/08) FT% 1.000......(5-5) at Elon (12/28/08) REB 6......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) AST 3......at Jacksonville State (01/24/08) STL 2......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) BLK 1......at Southeast Missouri (02/20/08)

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 12......at Elon (12/28/08) FGM 5......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) FG% .417......(5-12) vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) 3GM 3......at Miami (11/28/08) 3G% 1.000......(2-2) at Southeast Missouri (12/04/08) FTM 5......at Elon (12/28/08) FT% 1.000......(5-5) at Elon (12/28/08) REB 6......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) AST 2......vs. Murray State (02/07/09) STL 2......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) BLK NA † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Pts Nov. 15, 2008 12 Nov. 17, 2008 0 Nov. 21, 2008 3 Nov. 25, 2008 5 Nov. 29, 2008 9 Nov. 30, 2008 0 Dec. 4, 2008 8 Dec. 6, 2008 5 Dec. 13, 2008 5 Dec. 16, 2008 2 Dec. 20, 2008 3 Dec. 28, 2008 12 Dec. 30, 2008 0 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 Jan. 8, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 Jan. 22, 2009 0 Jan. 24, 2009 0 Jan. 27, 2009 4 Jan. 31, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 2 Feb. 7, 2009 5 Feb. 14, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009 6 Feb. 21, 2009 2 Feb. 26, 2009 11 Feb. 28, 2009 0 March 3, 2009 0 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 22, 2009 3

Reb Ast 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1 0 0 1 0 0 DNP 0 2 3 2 DNP 5 1 0 0 6 1 1 1 0 0 DNP DNP 1 0

photo by Matthew Mitchel Photography

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… SPAGHETTI

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… EVERYTHING

FAVORITE SONG… LEAD ME TO THE CROSS

FAVORITE TV SHOW… ROYAL PAINS

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MOTHER

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… MICHAEL JORDAN

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. OR ALBERT EINSTEIN

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… EGYPT, THE PYRAMIDS

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… SCRAPPY

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… OUTGOING

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year 07-08 08-09 TOTAL

GP Min Avg 26 297 11.4 24 284 11.8 50 581 11.6

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 18 69 .261 9 33 .273 35 86 .407 17 37 .459 53 155 .342 26 70 .371

FT 10 10 20

FTA Pct 14 .714 15 .667 29 .690

Off 9 9 18

Def 28 23 51

Tot 37 32 69

Avg 1.4 1.3 1.4

PF 23 19 42

FO 0 0 0

A 15 11 26

TO 28 29 57

Blk 1 0 1

Stl Pts 10 55 8 97 18 152

Avg 2.1 4.0 3.0

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DARCIE WA R N E R 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE)

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Darcie Warner 5-6 • Junior • G French Lick, Ind. Springs Valley HS

Academically

Major: Health (Wellness Promotion Specialization)

Personal

Started eight of 31 games played… averaged 2.1 points per game… started the Lady Govs first seven games, scoring seven points in the season-opening win against Lipscomb… knocked down 3-of-4 shots in the contest… two games later she scored a career-high eight points against Troy while collecting season-best three rebounds… Warner played 30 minutes at Miami and 34 two days later against Chicago State… she started OVC opener against Southeast Missouri before moving into reserve role for the season’s remainder, except for a late-season start at Tennessee Tech… provided double-digit minutes in seven of the next 15 games, including a season-best four assists in Lady Govs home win against UT Martin… also played 29 minutes, Feb. 14, against Tennessee State, providing 3-of-5 shooting in tallying six points… in Lady Govs key late-season win against Southeast Missouri, Warner was perfect 4-for-4 from floor in nine minutes to match career-high eight-point total… her six second-half points came during the Lady Govs regulation-ending 23-6 scoring run… in OVC tourney, she played 26 total minutes, including connecting for crucial three pointer against Murray State… in fact, that three pointer was her first since the season opener against Lipscomb.

PREP CAREER

At Springs Valley High School under head coach Neil Walther, finished her career as the school’s No. 2 scorer with 1,123 career points… was named to Hoosier Basketball’s Top 40 seniors, selected from a pool of 1500 senior players in Indiana… led Springs Valley with 16.5 points per game as a senior while making 43 percent of her field-goal attempts… selected to play in the Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association All-Star game as a member of the District 4 team… a two-sport athlete, Warner was a Class A All-State volleyball player for Springs Valley… finished with the school’s career record for digs (1,355) and the single-season record for digs (510) as a senior, which ranked 10th in the state… also recorded 325 kills during her senior campaign, netting a .238 hitting percentage.

2007-08 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 28 games, starting final 17 contests… added to starting lineup primarily for defensive purposes… averaged just 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds per game… scored season-best five points against Tennessee Tech, Feb. 16… grabbed season-high five rebounds against Eastern Illinois, Jan. 7, including season-high three offensive rebounds… dished out season-best four assists against Jacksonville State… that outing was the start of six games in which she averaged 2.5 assists per game (15 total assists).

photo by Keith Dorris

Darcie Claire Warner is the daughter of Cindy and Richard Warner… born July 6, 1988… has two brothers: Broc (24) and Dylan (19)

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DARCIE WA R N E R CAREER BESTS SCORING FGM FG% 3GM 3G% FTM FT% REB AST STL BLK

8......vs. Southeast Missouri (02/28/09) 4......vs. Southeast Missouri (02/28/09) NA 1......nt. Murray State (03/06/09) NA 2......vs. Jacksonville State (01/24/09) NA 5......vs. Eastern Illinois (01/07/08) 4......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 3......at Eastern Kentucky (02/28/08) 1......vs. Tennessee State (02/14/09)

2008-09 BESTS SCORING FGM FG% 3GM 3G% FTM FT% REB AST STL BLK

8......vs. Southeast Missouri (02/28/09) 4......vs. Southeast Missouri (02/28/09) NA 1......nt. Murray State (03/06/09) NA 2......vs. Jacksonville State (01/24/09) NA 3......at Murray State (01/10/09) 4......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 2......at Elon (12/28/09) 1......vs. Tennessee State (02/14/09)

† - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Pts Reb Ast Nov. 15, 2008 7 1 2 Nov. 17, 2008 0 0 1 Nov. 21, 2008 8 3 1 Nov. 25, 2008 0 0 0 Nov. 29, 2008 4 0 1 Nov. 30, 2008 4 2 1 Dec. 4, 2008 0 0 1 Dec. 6, 2008 0 0 0 Dec. 13, 2008 2 0 0 Dec. 16, 2008 DNP Dec. 20, 2008 DNP Dec. 28, 2008 0 1 1 Dec. 30, 2008 0 0 0 Jan. 3, 2009 2 2 1 Jan. 5, 2009 0 0 1 Jan. 8, 2009 2 0 0 Jan. 10, 2009 2 3 0 Jan. 17, 2009 4 1 1 Jan. 22, 2009 2 0 0 Jan. 24, 2009 2 2 0 Jan. 27, 2009 1 1 2 Jan. 31, 2009 0 0 0 Feb. 3, 2009 4 2 4 Feb. 7, 2009 0 0 0 Feb. 14, 2009 6 0 1 Feb. 19, 2009 0 2 0 Feb. 21, 2009 3 2 0 Feb. 26, 2009 0 1 0 Feb. 28, 2009 8 1 0 March 3, 2009 0 1 0 March 6, 2009 3 0 0 March 7, 2009 0 0 0 March 22, 2009 0 0 0

photo by Lois Jones

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… BURRITOS

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… THE BEATLES

FAVORITE SONG… STAY WITH ME BY COLBIE CAILLAT

FAVORITE TV SHOW… THE OFFICE

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY GRANDMOTHER KAY

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… SHANNA ZOLMAN (WNBA PLAYER)

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… JESUS

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… THE VATICAN, AMAZINGLY UPLIFTING AND BEAUTIFUL

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… INTENSE

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… OUTGOING AND FUNNY

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament, $ - NCAA Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year 07-08 08-09 TOTAL

GP Min Avg 28 503 18.0 30 409 13.6 58 912 15.7

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 18 77 .234 1 9 .111 28 74 .378 2 13 .154 46 151 .305 3 22 .136

FT 7 6 13

FTA Pct 9 .778 7 .857 16 .813

Off 14 12 26

Def 20 13 33

Tot 34 25 59

Avg 1.2 0.8 1.0

PF 41 45 86

FO 0 0 0

A 25 18 43

TO 41 34 75

Blk 5 3 8

Stl Pts 18 44 12 64 30 108

Avg 1.6 2.1 1.9

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL WHITNEY H A N L E Y 2008-09 (FRESHMAN)

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Whitney Hanley 5-10 • Sophomore • G Mt. Washington, Ky. Bullitt East HS

Awards

OVC All-Newcomer Team, 2008-09

Academically

Major: Biology Dean’s List: F08 AD’s Honor Roll: F08

Personal

performance against Eastern Kentucky, scored 12 points on 5-of-9 shooting at Morehead State and 17 more at home against UT Martin… went six-of-eight from the floor against UTM, including a trio of three pointers to raise her scoring average to a season-high 10.4 ppg… but literally hit the “freshman wall” over the next five games, scoring just nine total points on 4-of-24 shooting… finally snapped the slump in regularseason finale against Southeast Missouri, dropping in 12 points, including a trio of three pointers in APSU’s comeback victory… continued that pace with 10 points on four-of-six shooting in first-round OVC tourney play against Morehead State… followed that up with 15-point outing, going 3-of-3 from three-point range against Murray State along with four assists, tying her season best… failed to score against Eastern Illinois in the OVC championship game… scored two points and grabbed four rebounds against Duke in NCAA Tournament contest.

PREP CAREER

At Bullitt East High School under head coach Chris Stallings, Hanley was named the 2007-08 Bullitt County “Player of the Year”… was ranked among top 25 Kentucky prospects by Rick Bolus after senior campaign… received invitation to Kentucky Senior All-Star game… played in Kentucky-Ohio all-star game, scored 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting from the field, including 3-of-6 from three-point range and grabbed six rebounds in 13 minutes… scored 1,000 career points prior to the end of her junior campaign… averaged 16 points per game as a junior and was named to the All-Region 6 squad… was an all-state third-team selection in 2007 and 2008… named to All-Region 6 squad twice and was an all-district team member three times… played in the Rick Bolus High Potential Basketball Camp and was named to the all-tournament team in 2005, 2006 and 2007.

photo by Keith Dorris

Whitney Anne Hanley is the daughter of Phil and Suzanne Hanley… born June 2, 1990… has two siblings: Jake (23) and Meredith (18).

Started 24 games and was one of five Lady Govs to play all 33 games… averaged 8.7 points and 3.4 rebounds per game… named to the OVC All-Newcomer team after being OVC Freshman of the Week on three different occasions while playing key role in Lady Govs turnaround… in fact, in 10 Lady Govs OVC wins, averaged 13.8 points per game, shooting 48 percent from the floor… in APSU’s eight OVC losses, averaged just 2.8 points per game, shooting just 22.4 percent from the floor… began the season coming off bench, albeit a third-game start against Troy when fellow freshman Emily Pollock was out with injury… she continued to come off bench until tallying back-to-back double-digit scoring efforts against Chicago State and Southeast Missouri… scored 11 points against Chicago State before going for 10 points and four steals at Southeast Missouri… in just her third career college start, scored 21 points against SIU Edwardsville, going a perfect 10-for-10 at the free-throw line in addition to 3-for-4 from three-point territory… earned first OVC Freshman of the Week honor for that performance… after being held to eight points at Middle Tennessee, reeled off four straight double-digit scoring efforts against Alabama (12), Elon (11), North Carolina (10) and Morehead State (10)… her 11-point, eight-rebound effort against Elon earned her second OVC Freshman of the Week citation… in Jan. 3 win at home against Morehead State, collected a career-high five steals… a seven-point effort against Eastern Kentucky, broke loose at UT Martin, scoring season-high 24 points, going 9-of-12 from floor (two three pointers) while also collecting a quartet of steals… after a couple of struggling road performances, recorded back-to-back 19-point efforts against Tennessee Tech and Jacksonville State… in overtime win against Tennessee Tech also grabbed six rebounds… two nights later, Hanley went 7-of-11 (two three pointers) against Jacksonville State with six more rebounds… back-to-back doublefigure performances raised scoring average above 10 points per game for the first time… after an eight-point

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL WHITNEY H A N L E Y CAREER BESTS SCORING 24......at Tennessee Martin (01/08/09) FGM 9......at Tennessee Martin (01/08/09) FG% .750......(9-12) at Tennessee Martin (01/08/09) 3GM 4......at Alabama (12/20/08) 3G% 1.000......(3-3) nt. Murray State (03/06/09) FTM 10......vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/13/08) FT% 1.000......(10-10) vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/13/08) REB 8......at Elon (12/28/08) AST 4......nt. Murray State (03/06/09) STL 5......vs. Morehead (01/03/09) BLK NA

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 24......at Tennessee Martin (01/08/09) FGM 9......at Tennessee Martin (01/08/09) FG% .750......(9-12) at Tennessee Martin (01/08/09) 3GM 4......at Alabama (12/20/08) 3G% 1.000......(3-3) nt. Murray State (03/06/09) FTM 10......vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/13/08) FT% 1.000......(10-10) vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/13/08) REB 8......at Elon (12/28/08) AST 4......nt. Murray State (03/06/09) STL 5......vs. Morehead (01/03/09) BLK NA † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 17, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Nov. 25, 2008 Nov. 29, 2008 Nov. 30, 2008 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Dec. 13, 2008 Dec. 16, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 28, 2008 Dec. 30, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 Jan. 8, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 Jan. 22, 2009 Jan. 24, 2009 Jan. 27, 2009 Jan. 31, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 14, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 22, 2009

Pts Reb Ast 6 3 2 6 1 0 9 4 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 11 2 0 10 3 1 7 1 0 21 4 2 8 3 2 12 5 0 11 8 1 10 4 0 10 5 1 7 5 2 24 3 1 6 4 0 4 2 1 19 6 2 19 6 1 8 4 1 12 5 2 17 4 4 2 1 2 4 2 1 0 5 0 3 3 2 0 1 0 12 4 1 10 3 1 15 4 4 0 1 1 0 0 0

photo by Matthew Mitchel Photography

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… EVERYTHING

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… ANYTHING COUNTRY, POP OR ROCK

FAVORITE SONG… LOVE IT ALL

FAVORITE TV SHOW… THE OFFICE, ONE TREE HILL & SPORTSCENTER

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY DAD

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… MICHAEL JORDAN

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… MICHAEL JORDAN

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… HOLLYWOOD, BECAUSE IT’S A FAMOUS PLACE

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… DESIRE

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… LAID BACK

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 08-09 33 896 27.2 102 268 .381 40 119 .336

FT 44

FTA Pct 55 .800

Off 28

Def Tot 84 112

Avg 3.4

PF 74

FO 1

A 41

TO 58

Blk 7

Stl Pts 41 288

Avg 8.7

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LAUREN J O N E S 2008-09 (FRESHMAN)

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Lauren Jones 5-10 • Sophomore • F Crestwood, Ky. South Oldham HS

Academically

Major: Psychology President’s List: F08 Dean’s List: F08 AD’s Honor Roll: F08

Personal

in both 2006 and 2007… is ranked in five different categories in Kentucky High School Athletics Association record book… seventh all-time in career free-throw percentage (81.7 percent)… fourth in single-season free-throw percentage (87.7 percent, 2007-08)… 14th in career free throws made (617)… also holds record for most points scored in a quarter (20).

PREP CAREER

At South Oldham High School under head coach Frank Wright finished her career with 2,106 points, averaging 15.6 points per game… averaged 21.3 points and 5.2 rebounds per game as a senior… ranked first among all Kentucky basketball players in free-throw percentage (87.7 percent) and 16th in scoring… played in both 2008 Kentucky-Indiana All-Star Game and 2008 OhioKentucky All-Star Game… averaged 21.1 points as a junior – among the top 20 in scoring in Kentucky in 2006-07 – 5.1 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game… made 45 percent of her field-goal attempts and 36 percent of her three-point field goals – also among the top 20 in Kentucky… was a four-time All-District 29 selection and has been named to the All-Region 8 and all-region tournament teams three times… was a Louisville Courier-Journal Third-Team All-State selection in 2008 after being an honorable mention selection

photo by Robert Smith/The Leaf Chronicle

Lauren Elizabeth Jones is the daughter of Keith and Joyce Jones… born Nov. 8, 1990… has two sisters: Megan (17) and Sydney (12).

Played in 24 games… averaged 2.1 points per game… played 31 minutes in first three games, scoring five points, before minutes became reduced over next month… saw minutes increase as 2008 closed… she scored six points in nine minutes on a pair of field goals and two free throws at Elon… Jones scored five more points off bench, including a three pointer, against Eastern Kentucky as New Year opened… in late January, played season-high 13 minutes against Jacksonville State, going 2-for-2 from three-point range for six points while grabbing season-high three rebounds… in home victory against UT Martin, Jones scored a season-high nine points, including 2-of-3 from three-point territory… followed that up with four-point outings against Murray State and Tennessee State… Jones did not play in first two games of the OVC tournament but provided nine productive minutes in title game against Eastern Illinois, scoring three points… made only field-goal attempt against Duke in NCAA Tournament outing, finishing with two points in five minutes played.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LAUREN J O N E S CAREER BESTS SCORING 9......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FGM 3......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FG% NA 3GM 2......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 3G% 1.000......(2-2) vs. Jacksonville State (01/24/09) FTM 2......vs. Murray State (02/07/09) FT% NA REB 4......vs. Tennessee State (02/14/09) AST 2......at Elon (12/28/08) STL 2......vs. Lipscomb (11/15/08) BLK NA

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 9......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FGM 3......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FG% NA 3GM 2......vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 3G% 1.000......(2-2) vs. Jacksonville State (01/24/09) FTM 2......vs. Murray State (02/07/09) FT% NA REB 4......vs. Tennessee State (02/14/09) AST 2......at Elon (12/28/08) STL 2......vs. Lipscomb (11/15/08) BLK NA † - school record, ‡ - tied school record nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Pts Nov. 15, 2008 3 Nov. 17, 2008 2 Nov. 21, 2008 0 Nov. 25, 2008 0 Nov. 29, 2008 2 Nov. 30, 2008 0 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 0 Dec. 13, 2008 2 Dec. 16, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 1 Dec. 28, 2008 6 Dec. 30, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 5 Jan. 8, 2009 0 Jan. 10, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 0 Jan. 22, 2009 2 Jan. 24, 2009 6 Jan. 27, 2009 0 Jan. 31, 2009 0 Feb. 3, 2009 9 Feb. 7, 2009 4 Feb. 14, 2009 4 Feb. 19, 2009 0 Feb. 21, 2009 0 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 3 March 22, 2009 2

Reb Ast 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 DNP 1 0 0 0 DNP 1 0 2 2 DNP DNP 0 0 1 0 DNP 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0 0 0 0

photo by Keith Dorris

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… CHINESE

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… RASCAL FLATTS OR CARRIE UNDERWOOD

FAVORITE SONG… TOO MANY TO CHOOSE FROM

FAVORITE TV SHOW… REBA & ONE TREE HILL

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY MOM

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… PEYTON MANNING

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… JESUS

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… LOUISIANA, ATE ALLIGATOR

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… HARD WORKING

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… CARING

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP Min 08-09 24 163

Avg 6.8

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 19 53 .358 6 21 .286

FT 7

FTA Pct 12 .583

Off 12

Def 10

Tot 22

Avg 0.9

PF 15

FO 0

A 5

TO 9

Blk 0

Stl 5

Pts 51

Avg 2.1

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL JASMINE R AY N E R 2008-09 (FRESHMAN)

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Jasmine Rayner 5-10 • Sophomore • G Memphis, Tenn. Northside HS

Academically

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies Minor: Professional Education AD’s Honor Roll: F08

Personal

Clarksville’s Northeast High School in the semifinals a game in which she scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds… averaged 18.3 points and 11.3 rebounds during the 2006-07 state tournament’s three games… named to the Class AAA All-State Tournament team and was a 2006-07 Tennessee Sportswriters Association Class AAA All-State team selection.

PREP CAREER

At Memphis Northside High School under head coach Donald Holmes, Rayner was a member of the Memphis Commercial Appeal Class AAA Best of Preps team as a senior… was ranked among Top 25 Tennessee Prospects in 2007-08 by Rick Bolus… as a junior, led Memphis’ Northside High School to the Class AAA State Final where they lost to Riverside High School… en route to the final, the Lady Cougars knocked off

photo by Matthew Mitchel Photography

Jasmine Mont’ Rayner is the daughter of Lesia and James Rayner… born Oct. 18, 1989… has three sisters: Brittany (21), Aleisha (18) and Kiana (14).

Played in 33 games, starting twice… averaged 4.6 points and 3.3 rebounds per game… after some inconsistent early season performances, Rayner scored eight points on four-of-five shooting in Lady Govs win at Elon… two days later, she came off bench to score 17 points on 7-of-13 shooting against North Carolina… also grabbed season-high nine rebounds in 28 minutes to earn OVC Freshman of the Week honors… became pivotal player off the bench during the season’s second half… in fact, during the OVC’s final nine contests, averaged 7.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and hit 50 percent of her field-goal attempts – all above her season averages in those categories… she averaged 15.8 minutes per game and made one start during that stretch… overall, played in all 18 OVC contests, averaging 4.9 points and 3.2 rebounds per game in 13.6 minutes per contest… in one four-game stretch, scored 32 points, including nine-point outings at Morehead State and at home against Murray State… with starter Nicole Jamen out with illness, earned home start against Tennessee State… finished with 12 points and six rebounds… finished season scoring six or more points on 13 different occasions… saw limited action in the OVC tourney, playing total of 20 minutes… Rayner played 11 minutes off bench against Morehead State and grabbed five rebounds while scoring four points… in OVC championship game, she completed key three-point first-half play to help give the Lady Govs an early lead… tied for team lead with six rebounds against Duke in NCAA Tournament contest.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL JASMINE R AY N E R CAREER BESTS SCORING 17......at North Carolina (12/20/08) FGM 7......at North Carolina (12/20/08) FG% .538......(7-13) at North Carolina (12/20/08) 3GM NA 3G% NA FTM 4......at Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FT% .750......(3-4) at Tennessee Tech (02/21/09) REB 9......at North Carolina (12/20/08) AST 2......at Morehead State (03/03/09) STL 1......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) BLK 2......vs. Morehead State (01/03/09)

2008-09 BESTS SCORING 17......at North Carolina (12/20/08) FGM 7......at North Carolina (12/20/08) FG% .538......(7-13) at North Carolina (12/20/08) 3GM NA 3G% NA FTM 4......at Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) FT% .750......(3-4) at Tennessee Tech (02/21/09) REB 9......at North Carolina (12/20/08) AST 2......at Morehead State (03/03/09) STL 1......vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) BLK 2......vs. Morehead State (01/03/09) † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 17, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Nov. 25, 2008 Nov. 29, 2008 Nov. 30, 2008 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Dec. 13, 2008 Dec. 16, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 28, 2008 Dec. 30, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 Jan. 8, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 Jan. 22, 2009 Jan. 24, 2009 Jan. 27, 2009 Jan. 31, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 14, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 22, 2009

Pts Reb Ast 4 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 4 1 0 2 1 0 6 8 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 4 7 1 6 3 0 4 5 2 8 3 0 17 9 1 6 7 2 2 2 1 0 2 1 3 1 0 9 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 6 3 1 9 7 1 8 4 0 9 3 0 12 6 1 2 1 0 5 2 0 7 4 0 7 5 0 4 5 2 0 1 0 3 1 0 1 6 0

photo by Keith Dorris

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… MEAT

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… LUTHER VANDROSS, BEYONCE AND NEYO

FAVORITE SONG… ANYTHING BY MY FAVORITE ARTISTS

FAVORITE TV SHOW… GOOD TIMES

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY MOTHER

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… LEBRON JAMES

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… TUPAC, NEYO, BEYONCE

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… MIAMI I LOVED SOUTH BEACH

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… CALM

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… ECSTATIC

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP Min Avg 08-09 33 425 12.9

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 59 128 .461 0 1 .000

FT 35

FTA Pct 71 .493

Off 58

Def Tot 52 110

Avg 3.3

PF 44

FO 1

A 15

TO 37

Blk 5

Stl Pts 7 153

Avg 4.6

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NIKKI TAL L E Y 2008-09 (FRESHMAN TRANSFER)

Played in nine games… Became eligible after transferring to Austin Peay last fall from Oral Roberts… did not play basketball at ORU so was immediately eligible at APSU… appeared in eight games, scoring six points… scored college career’s first points when she hit two free throws against SIU Edwardsville… also grabbed season-best three rebounds in that contest… connected on a pair of free throws at Eastern Kentucky… scored career’s first field goal at home against UT Martin… saw action in Lady Govs NCAA Tournament contest against Duke, scoring two points and grabbing two rebounds in three minutes of playing time.

PRIOR TO AUSTIN PEAY (2007-08)

Enrolled at Oral Roberts but was not a member of the women’s basketball team.

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Nikki Talley

6-1 • Sophomore • C Murfreesboro, Tenn. Riverdale HS

PREP CAREER

At Riverdale High School under head coach Michael Burt, was a member – along with current Lady Govs member Alex Bivens – of the 2006-07 Riverdale girls basketball team that won the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association Class AAA championship… averaged 6.1 points per game as a senior, playing in 40 of team’s 41 contests… started all three games of 2006-07 state tournament and grabbed eight rebounds in semifinal victory against Memphis East… finished senior campaign ranked among Tennessee’s Top 100 prospects according to Rick Bolus… averaged 4.5 points as a junior and finished career with 466 points (4.8 ppg).

Academically

Major: Psychology Dean’s List: F08 AD’s Honor Roll: F08

Personal

photo by Matthew Mitchell Photography

Alysia Nicole Talley is the daughter of Robert and Martha Talley and Lisa Jenkins… born March 29, 1989… has four siblings: Edward Joe (26), Jordan (18), Trey (12) and Savannah (10).

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NIKKI TAL L E Y CAREER BESTS SCORING FGM FG% 3GM 3G% FTM FT% REB AST STL BLK

2......nt. Duke (03/22/09) 1......vs. Tennessee-Martin (02/03/09) NA NA NA 2......nt. Duke (03/22/09) NA 3......vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/13/08) NA 1......vs. Jacksonville State (01/24/09) NA

2008-09 BESTS SCORING FGM FG% 3GM 3G% FTM FT% REB AST STL BLK

2......nt. Duke (03/22/09) 1......vs. Tennessee-Martin (02/03/09) NA NA NA 2......nt. Duke (03/22/09) NA 3......vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/13/08) NA 1......vs. Jacksonville State (01/24/09) NA

† - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami nt. Chicago State at Southeast Missouri • at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State • at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State § nt. Murray State § nt. Eastern Illinois § nt. Duke $

Date Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 17, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Nov. 25, 2008 Nov. 29, 2008 Nov. 30, 2008 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Dec. 13, 2008 Dec. 16, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 28, 2008 Dec. 30, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 Jan. 5, 2009 Jan. 8, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 Jan. 22, 2009 Jan. 24, 2009 Jan. 27, 2009 Jan. 31, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 14, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 22, 2009

Pts Reb Ast 0 0 0 DNP 0 0 0 DNP DNP 0 1 0 DNP DNP 2 3 0 DNP DNP 0 0 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0 0 0 2 1 0 DNP 2 0 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2 2 0

photo by Matthew Mitchell Photography

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… MY NANNY’S BISCUITS AND GRAVY

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… HILLSONG

FAVORITE SONG… I LIKE TOO MANY TO HAVE JUST ONE

FAVORITE TV SHOW… LINCOLN HEIGHTS & SMALLVILLE

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… DAD

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… CANDACE PARKER

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… JESUS

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… CLAYTON, N.M., BECAUSE OF THE FEEDLOT SMELL

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… HARD WORKER

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… NICE

• - OVC Contest, § - OVC Tournament, $ - NCAA Tournament

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP 08-09 9

Min 31

Avg 3.4

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 1 4 .250 0 0 .000

FT 6

FTA Pct 10 .600

Off 1

Def 6

Tot 7

Avg 0.8

PF 1

FO 0

A 0

TO 3

Blk 0

Stl 1

Pts 8

Avg 0.9

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHARNEISA S M I T H 2008-09 (FRESHMAN REDSHIRT)

Smith missed the 2008-09 campaign due to a knee injury suffered during preseason practice… she received a redshirt and has four years of eligibility remaining.

PREP CAREER

At Cypress Lake High School under head coach Andy Baker, Smith averaged 12.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game as a senior… was an honorable mention all-state selection by the Florida Sports Writers Association… she was ranked among the top 20 Florida prospects by Breakdown Magazine… averaged 14.6 points, 6.9 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game as a junior… was a Fort Myers News-Press All-Area selection… was conference “Player of the Year” and a South Florida Association of Basketball Coaches First-Team selection as a junior.

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Neika Smith 5-5 • Freshman • G Fort Myers, Fla. Cypress Lake HS

Academically

Major: Undeclared

Personal

Charneisa Smith is the daughter of Angela and Charles Smith… born April 17, 1989… has five siblings: Donald (21), Jardae (17).

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OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… SHRIMP

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… M.C. LYTE

FAVORITE SONG… LYTE AS A ROCK

FAVORITE TV SHOW… ESPN

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… THE MITCHELLS

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… KOBE BRYANT

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… KOBE BRYANT

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… CEDAR POINT PARK IN OHIO, BEST ROLLER COASTERS EVER

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… COMPETITIVE

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… SWEET


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DALILA TH O M A S 2008-09 (JUNIOR TRANSFER)

OFF THE COURT

Due to NCAA transfer rules, will be eligible to play at first semester’s end... will be a junior eligibility-wise.

PRIOR TO AUSTIN PEAY (2007-09)

At Western Kentucky, Thomas played in 35 career games through 1½ seasons before leaving the program at end of Fall 2008 semester… averaged 1.6 points and 1.3 rebounds in 7.1 minutes per game… as a freshman, scored four points – her first collegiate points – off the bench against Notre Dame, Nov. 13… scored three points and grabbed five rebounds against Morehead State, Nov. 27… posted career highs in both points (eight) and rebounds (seven) against Florida Atlantic, March 1… as a sophomore, scored three points in season opener against Murray State, Nov. 14.

PREP CAREER

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Dalila Thomas 6-1 • Junior • F St. Louis, Mo. Western Kentucky

At Hazelwood East High School under head coach Terry Creamer, Thomas averaged 11.8 points, 7.2 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game as a senior… was a member of two state tournament squads, including a state runner-up finish in 2007… scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds in that 2007 Class 5 Championship game against Liberty… team finished in fourth place her junior season… earned first-team Suburban North League honors twice during career and was a secondteam all-state honoree by the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association as a senior.

FAVORITE FOOD… FRIED CHICKEN

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… BEYONCE, DRAKE

FAVORITE SONG… SUCCESSFUL

FAVORITE TV SHOW… THE HILLS

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY MOM

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… LEBRON JAMES

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… TYRA BANKS

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… WASHINGTON, D.C., IT HAS A LOT OF MONUMENTS

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… LAID BACK

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… LAID BACK

CAREER BESTS SCORING 8......vs. Florida Atlantic (01/17/08) FGM 3......vs. Florida Atlantic (01/17/08) FG% NA 3GM 1......vs. Murray State (11/14/08) 3G% NA FTM 3......vs. Morehead State (11/27/07) FT% .750......(3-4) vs. Morehead State (11/27/07) REB 7......vs. Florida Atlantic (01/17/08) AST 1......at Eastern Kentucky (11/23/08) STL 1......at Louisiana Tech (11/30/08) BLK 1......vs. Arkansas State (03/10/08)

Academically

Major: Communication Arts

Personal

Dalila Kesi Thomas is the daughter of Gerals and Alitha Thomas… born October 1, 1988… has a sister: Rashida (25).

† - school record, ‡ - tied school record, nt. - neutral court contest, vs. - home contest, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year 07-08* 08-09* TOTAL

GP Min 31 234 4 14 35 248

Avg 7.5 3.5 7.1

(*-statistics at Western Kentucky)

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 16 56 .286 1 1 1.000 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 17 58 .293 2 3 .667

FT 19 0 19

FTA Pct 40 .475 0 .000 40 .475

Off 21 0 21

Def 23 0 23

Tot 44 0 44

Avg 1.4 0.0 1.3

PF 15 4 19

FO 0 0 0

A 4 1 5

TO 22 2 24

Blk 8 0 8

Stl 5 1 6

Pts 52 3 55

Avg 1.7 0.8 1.6

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEGHAN B U S SA B A RG E R PREP CAREER

At Corydon Central High School under head coach Michael Uhl, Bussabarger led team with 19.7 points and 9.7 rebounds per game… finished her prep career with 1,056 points, becoming only the fourth player to score 1,000 points at Corydon Central… scored 45 points and 25 rebounds in a January triple-overtime contest, setting the school record for both categories… played in the Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association’s East/ West All-Star game and scored an East team-high 16 points… an accomplished multi-sport athlete, she was a member of the volleyball and track & field teams, where she competed in the high jump and 100-meter hurdles… at Indiana state tournament she finished eighth in high jump as a junior and senior and finished eighth in 100-meter hurdles as a junior… was named Corydon Central’s 2007-08 Female Athlete of the Year.

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Meghan Bussabarger

6-0 • Freshman • G/F Corydon, Ind. Corydon Central HS Academically

Major: Undeclared

Personal

Meghan Lynn Bussabarger is the daughter of Jeff and Kristi Bussabarger… born Dec. 3, 1990… she has two younger brothers: Scott (26) and Dylan (15).

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OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… COOKIES CHICKEN AND CREAM ICE CREAM

FAVORITE FAVORITE MUSICAL MUSICAL ARTIST ARTIST OR OR GROUP… GROUP… XSCAPE JASON MICHAEL CARROL

FAVORITE FAVORITE SONG… SONG… UNDERSTANDING REMEMBER THE NAME

FAVORITE FAVORITE TV TV SHOW… SHOW… ESPN FAMILY GUY

PERSON MOST ADMIRE… FAVORITEYOU MOVIE… FAMILY THE WEDDING SINGER

HISTORICAL PERSON YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET… ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY DAD’S GREAT GRANDMOTHER STEVE NASH MOST MOST INTERESTING INTERESTING PLACE PLACE VISITED VISITED & & WHY… WHY… CEDAR POINT PARK IN OHIO, COLORADO, SNOW IN JULY BEST ROLLER COASTERS EVER COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… INTENSE, FOCUSED COMPETITIVE CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… CASUAL THAT DESCRIBES YOU… CALM, CHARACTERISTIC FUN GOOFY

ATHLETE PERSON YOU YOU MOST MOST ADMIRE… ADMIRE… KOBE BRYANT MY PAPA


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL KAITLYN H I L L PREP CAREER

At Belleville West High School under head coach Clayton Fisher, Hill averaged 14.3 points and 7.6 rebounds per game as a senior… was a fourth-team all-state selection by Illinois Basketball Services, a News-Gazette special mention all-state selection and a member of Class 4A honorable mention squad by Illinois High School Association… finished prep career with 1,055 points and 637 rebounds… averaged 12.2 points and 7.8 rebounds per game as a junior and was a second-team all-conference selection… also was an outstanding student academically, ranked 29th out of her class of 512 and a member of the National Honor Society and the National Council on Youth Leadership… she also competed in shot put and discus and was a state qualifier in the shot put as a junior.

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OFF THE COURT

FAVORITE FOOD… SKITTLES

FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP… ANYTHING

FAVORITE SONG… MOVE, SHAKE, DROP

FAVORITE TV SHOW… FAMILY GUY

FAVORITE MOVIE… THE NOTEBOOK

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE… MY GRANDMA

ATHLETE YOU MOST ADMIRE… MICHAEL JORDAN

MOST INTERESTING PLACE VISITED & WHY… FLORIDA-DISNEY WORLD, I LOVED THE CASTLE

COMPETITIVE CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… COMPETITIVE

CASUAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT DESCRIBES YOU… LAID BACK

Kaitlyn Hill

6-3 • Freshman • C Belleville, Ill. Belleville West HS Academically

Major: Undeclared

Personal

Kaitlyn Hill is the daughter of Robert and Debra Hill… born March 6, 1991… has a younger brother, Austin (19)

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Carrie Daniels Head Coach Third Season Austin Peay, 1996

Coaching Experience

Austin Peay, head coach (2006-current) Western Kentucky, assistant coach (1999-06) Nevada-Las Vegas, assistant coach (1996-99)

Education

Austin Peay (B.S., health and human performance), 1996 Nevada-Las Vegas (M.S., education), 1999

Personal

Husband: Billy Daniels, a former Austin Peay men’s basketball player Children: Dalton

Carrie Daniels, a member of Austin Peay’s secure a spot in the Ohio Valley Conference’s first Ohio Valley Conference Championship postseason tournament, which they accombasketball team and NCAA participant in 1996, plished. Despite those tribulations, Daniels became the first former Austin Peay student- guided her team within four points of becoming athlete to take an Austin Peay team to a NCAA the first team to upend the league’s top-seed in Championship. the tournament’s opening round. She became just the 26th coach in NCAA Daniels was named Lady Govs head coach, Division I history to have played and coached June 16, 2006, after spending seven seasons as (either as a head coach or assistant) in the NCAA an assistant coach at Western Kentucky. Women’s Basketball Championship. It also was Daniels’ 10 years of coaching experience her first NCAA tournament appearance as a prior to joining the Austin Peay family – all as a head coach but fourth all-time – appearing twice Division I assistant – gave her a clear perspective while an assistant of the program she at Western Kentucky intends to establish “I WANT QUALITY STUDENTand once as a player at her alma mater. ATHLETES THAT WILL WORK at Austin Peay. “My vision for this HARD IN THE CLASSROOM, Her 2008-09 program and its fusquad reached the EARN THEIR DEGREE AND BE ture is for every player NCAA Women’s Basthat comes through to SUCCESSFUL IN LIFE.” ketball Championhave a positive and ship, despite being fun experience,” said - HEAD COACH CARRIE DANIELS picked to finish ninth Daniels. “I want each in the OVC’s preplayer to have the season poll and fielding a team with one senior, opportunity to compete for championships year one junior, five sophomores and six freshmen. in and year out. Most importantly I want qualThe Lady Govs suffered through an up-and- ity student-athletes that will work hard in the down campaign but finished tied for fifth in the classroom, earn their degree and be successful league’s regular-season while posting one of in life.” Division I’s most improved overall records. Under Daniels, a 1996 graduate of Austin Peay, her guidance, Austin Peay became the first No. was an assistant coach at Western Kentucky 5 seed to advance to the OVC women’s basket- from 1999-06 and worked primarily with the ball championship game, ultimately winning team’s guards, prepared the program’s defenthe championship while defeating the fourth-, sive strategy and coordinated recruiting efforts. first- and second-seeded teams. She served as an assistant with three different The 2007-08 campaign began with the Lady coaches at Western Kentucky and was a memGovs winning four of their first seven games be- ber of post-season appearances in each of her fore an overtime loss to Eastern Kentucky drove the team into a tailspin from which it did not recover. Daniels was forced to use 12 different lineups during the season with 10 of the team’s 11 rostered players recording at least one start. However, two players from her first full recruiting class led the team in key categories. Ashley Herring, as a freshman, led the team with 293 points while April Thomas, as a junior transfer, led the team with 170 rebounds. Daniels first season at the helm would have tested the mettle of many a coach. She used 13 different starting lineups during the 2006-07 schedule as she strived to find the right combination each outing. Then, Daniels had only one player average double figures for the season and that was senior walk-on Alicia Watson’s 10.0 points per game. She entered the regular season’s final game needing a victory to The Daniels Family: Billy, Dalton and Carrie

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CARRIE DA N I E L S


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CARRIE DA N I E L S

Photo by Robert Smith/The Leaf Chronicle

seven seasons, including NCAA tournament appearances following the with former APSU head coach LaDonna Wilson-McClain, who left Austin 1999-00 and 2002-03 seasons and a WNIT semifinal appearance in Peay for UNLV after the 1995-96 season, and continued her tenure 2005-06. with current UNLV head coach Regina Miller. She was a member of the During her time in Bowling coaching staff which led the Lady Green, Ky., she helped the Lady Rebels’ to Division I’s most imDaniels’ Coaching Ledger Toppers amass a 146-78 (.652) proved record in 1998-99, turning Overall Conference win-loss mark. Included in that a 4-23 record into a 17-11 mark, a Year School W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Finish tally were four 20-win seasons, 12½-game improvement. 06-07 Austin Peay 10-20 .333 9-11 .450 8th four Sun Belt East Division titles, Daniels entered the coaching 07-08 Austin Peay 6-23 .207 3-17 .150 10th one Sun Belt tournament chamranks after a brilliant collegiate 08-09 Austin Peay 17-16 .515 10-8 .556 t-5th Career Three Seasons 33-59 .359 22-36 .379 – pionship, two NCAA tournament career at Austin Peay, where she appearances (2000 and 2003) was a four-year starter (1991-96) Daniels’ Record vs. Opponents and five WNIT tournament apwhile playing under her maiden Alabama...............................................0-1 Miami (Fla.)..........................................0-1 pearances (2001, 2002, 2004, name, Carrie Thompson. At the Arkansas..............................................0-2 Middle Tennessee...............................0-3 2005, 2006). time of her graduation, she was Ball State.............................................0-1 Morehead State..................................5-2 It is her success as a player only the second player in school Belmont...............................................1-0 Murray State........................................2-5 and assistant coach that brought history to compile 1,000 points, Central Arkansas.................................0-1 North Carolina.....................................0-1 her back to her alma mater. 500 rebounds, 200 assists and Chattanooga........................................0-2 Samford...............................................0-4 “My love and desire to see 200 steals during her career. Chicago State......................................0-1 Southeast Missouri.............................3-4 Duke.....................................................0-1 Southern Illinois..................................1-1 Austin Peay succeed attracted me Daniels is one of only 10 APSU Eastern Illinois.....................................2-5 SIU Edwardsville..................................1-0 to this job,” said Daniels. “Austin women’s basketball players to Eastern Kentucky................................2-4 Southern Miss.....................................0-1 Peay helped mold me into the score 1,000 points, finishing with Elon......................................................1-0 Tennessee Tech...................................2-4 person I am today and my experi1,118 points. Ten years after her Evansville.............................................1-1 Tennessee Martin...............................5-1 ences as a player have helped me career ended, she remains ranked Jacksonville State................................3-3 Tennessee State..................................1-5 cope and deal with situations I still among the career top 25 in 15 Kennesaw State..................................1-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...................1-0 face today. Austin Peay is where statistical categories. Lipscomb.............................................1-1 Troy.......................................................0-1 I got my start and I feel indebted She earned the 1996 Joy Louisville..............................................0-1 UNLV.....................................................0-1 to give back to a school that has Award given to the top senior athgiven me so much.” lete at Austin Peay, after helping As a former Ohio Valley Conferlead the Lady Govs to their first ence player and as an assistant NCAA Tournament appearance who coached against OVC teams, as a senior in 1996. Daniels she understands and relishes the averaged 10.3 points and 3.6 opportunity to again leave her rebounds per game during the mark on the APSU program. 1995-96 campaign. She scored “The challenges with this job a team-best 14 points in the Lady are never ending, but that’s why Govs NCAA Tournament first-round we do it,” Daniels said. “It’s a game at Clemson. challenge to win within the OVC, In 1995, she received the Nait’s such a competitive confertional Association of Academic Adence with great rivalries that it’s visors for Athletics Wilma Rudolph anyone’s game on any given night. Award, a national award presented The coaches bring their teams to honor student athletes who ready to compete each game. have overcome great personal, The off court the relationships academic, and/or emotional odds among the coaches is something to achieve academic success very special. while participating in intercolle“I believe the opportunities as giate athletics. She missed most head coach at Austin Peay are of the 1994-95 season after something that can be very spereceiving a medical redshirt for a cial and rewarding. It is a program heart ailment. that over the past 15 years has A stellar prep player at Scottsevolved into a strong contender burg (Ind.) High School, Daniels each year and I hope I can help earned All-America recognition bring many championships to from Women’s Basketball News add to the already-established Service after averaging 17 points, tradition.” 6.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds per Daniels joined the Western game as a senior. Kentucky coaching staff after Daniels is married to Billy Danserving three seasons (1996-99) iels, a former Austin Peay men’s as an assistant coach and direcbasketball player. They have a tor of basketball operations at the son, Dalton. University of Nevada-Las Vegas. She began her coaching career

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Marcus Payne

Assistant Coach Fifth Season Southwestern (Kan.), 1986 Coaching Experience

Austin Peay, assistant coach (1994-96, 2006-current) Missouri-Rolla, assistant coach/associate head coach (2001-06) Barton County CC, assistant coach (1998-99) UNLV, assistant coach (1996-98) Brown Mackie College, head coach (199394) Southwestern (Kan.) College, head coach (1991-93) Southwestern (Kan.) College, assistant men’s coach (1987-92)

Education

Southwestern (Kan.) College (B.S. Physical Education, Health and Recreation), 1986 Neosho Community College (A.A.), 1984

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Marcus Payne, an assistant coach for the 1996 munity College. The Cougars posted a 29-2 mark Austin Peay State University women’s basketball that season and won the Jayhawk Conference team – which participated in the University’s first Western Division title. NCAA tournament – enters his third season as Payne spent four seasons as an assistant an assistant coach under head coach Carrie coach at NCAA Division I programs, beginning Daniels and fifth season overall as an assistant with Austin Peay from 1994-96 and continuing at Austin Peay. with a two-season stint at UNLV (1996-98). His “I was looking for the right coach to work with at coaching career began in 1987 at Southwestern the Division I level and joining Carrie at Austin (Kan.) College, his alma mater, where he spent Peay was a great fit,” six seasons wearing said Payne. “This is different hats. Payne “ I WANT TO BRING BACK THE where my career got began as an assisFAMILY ATMOSPHERE THAT WE started and I coached tant men’s basketHAD WHEN CARRIE PLAYED Carrie during the ball coach, serving in 1994-96 seasons. that capacity for five HERE AND TO PUT THIS PROFor me to have the seasons (1987-92). GRAM IN A POSITION TO WIN opportunity to work Also at that time, he OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS.” for a former player of began his current mine, for whom I have affiliation with wom- ASSISTANT MARCUS PAYNE en’s basketball bethe utmost respect, is something I can treacoming the women’s sure for life. Her hiring me shows she respected head coach in April 1991 and later adding duties and trusted me as her coach when she was a as Director of Intramurals in August 1992. While player that she wanted me to be a part of her serving as the women’s head coach, Payne led staff at Austin Peay. his team to the NAIA District 10 playoffs for the “My expectation is to get out and find the right first time in more than 10 seasons. Following his student-athletes to fit the style of play we want successful stint at Southwestern, Payne spent to run here. I want to bring back the family at- one season at Brown Mackie College in Kansas. mosphere that we had when Carrie played here Payne earned his bachelor’s degree in physical and to put this program in a position to win OVC education, health and recreation in 1986 from championships.” Southwestern. Payne also has an associate’s deIn his previous stint as an Austin Peay assistant gree from Neosho County (Kan.) Community Colcoach, Payne was a coach on the team Daniels lege where he earned two letters in basketball. helped lead to the 1996 NCAA tournament as a player. He spent two years at Austin Peay before joining then-head coach LaDonna WilsonMcClain at Nevada-Las Vegas, where he spent the next two seasons. “I searched long and hard while hiring an assistant coach and the one thing with Marcus I go back to is trust and loyalty – the two most important things in my opinion,” said Daniels at the time of his hiring. “I know I’m going to get both of those from him. He’s very experienced – he has almost 20 years experience in this field – and that will be beneficial for our program. Also, he has always coached post players and I was looking for someone who could come in and develop our post players.” In the five seasons before returning to Austin Peay, Payne was an assistant coach and associate head coach at NCAA Division II member Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri S&T), a tenure which culminated with the Lady Miners posting their best win-loss mark in a decade (17-11) during the 2005-06 season. He returned to the coaching ranks at UMR after a two-season hiatus during which he worked in private enterprise. Prior to that, Payne spent the 1998-99 season at Barton County (Kan.) Com-

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MARCUS PAY N E


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LAPHELIA D O S S

Laphelia Doss Assistant Coach First Season Eastern Kentucky, 1998

Coaching Experience

Austin Peay, assistant coach (2008-current) Southern Polytechnic (Ga.), assistant coach (2007-08) James Madison, assistant coach (2006-07) Eastern Kentucky, assistant coach (2002-06)

Education

Eastern Kentucky (M.S., Sports Administration), 2003 Eastern Kentucky (B.A. Broadcast Journalism), 1998

Head coach Carrie Daniels brought a former have to focus on now.” foe to her bench – naming former Eastern “My priority is to find players who are excited Kentucky standout Laphelia Doss as assistant to play and who want to be at Austin Peay,” said coach, in July 2008. Doss. “We want players who want to be part of Doss, who joins the Lady Govs with six something special. Currently, we’re a little underseasons of previous coaching experience, will sized in the post, but after talking to the players coordinate the Lady Govs recruiting efforts and I see how much heart they have and how they become the team’s front court coach. want to learn to play the position. My job is to “When I took this job two years ago I get the most out of those players and also find knew what was in players who can help us front of me,” said achieve our goal of get“… I WANT TO WORK WITH Daniels. “I knew it ting back on top of the would take some Ohio Valley Conference.” QUALITY PEOPLE THAT I HAVE A time to build the Prior to her season CONNECTION WITH AND BUILD program back to at SPSU, Doss was an A PROGRAM THAT WE CAN BE the level it enjoyed assistant at James Madifor so long. When I son during the 2006-07 PROUD OF. I BELIEVE THAT’S was in the process campaign, which saw WHERE CARRIE WANTS TO of hiring for this the Lady Dukes advance MOVE AUSTIN PEAY.” position I knew to the NCAA tournament. we needed to hire - ASSISTANT LAPHELIA DOSS While at JMU she was a quality person involved in the develop– someone with ment of the program’s experience who could hit the ground running. To front court, which included 2007 Colonial get someone like Laphelia, who has been with Athletic Association Player of the Year Meredith three quality programs and has gained experi- Alexis, who posted career bests in points per ence under quality coaches, is a benefit that we game (18.4) and rebounding average (11.6 rpg) will reap immediate rewards from.” that season. She comes to Austin Peay after spending the Doss started her coaching career at her alma 2007-08 campaign at Southern Polytechnic, a mater as an assistant from 2002-06.She had a NAIA program in Marietta, Ga. There she was re- hand in the development of Miranda Eckerle, a cruiting coordinator, team academic coordinator, first-team All-OVC selection and OVC Tournament team travel manager in addition to her on-court “Most Valuable Player” in 2004-05. The Lady coaching responsibilities. Last season, the Lady Colonels appeared in the program’s second-ever Hornets posted an 18-13 overall mark, including NCAA tournament appearance in 2005, winning a fifth-place 12-8 record in the Southern States both the OVC regular-season and tournament Athletic Conference. crowns. “I wasn’t necessarily looking to move when Doss and Daniels have long been familiar this opportunity presented itself,” said Doss. with one another, competing against one another “Carrie and I talked when she was hired at on the hardwood. Daniels was a member of the Austin Peay and she told me what she wanted Lady Govs 1995-96 squad which knocked Doss’ to accomplish at her alma mater. What she said team out of the OVC tournament that season connected with my own feelings. However, an- before advancing to APSU’s first-ever NCAA other opportunity presented itself and I went in tournament appearance. Doss made a similar that direction. At this stage in my career I want to mark the next season, leading the 1996-97 work with quality people that I have a connection Lady Colonels to that program’s first-ever NCAA with and build a program that we can be proud tournament appearance. of. I believe that’s where Carrie wants to move Doss was one of the OVC’s more dominant Austin Peay.” post players in the late 1990s and still holds Doss joined Austin Peay in time for the critical each of EKU’s rebounding records – single game July recruiting period which began July 6. The (26), single season (310) and career (1,027). Lady Govs will enter the 2007-08 campaign with She also remains the program’s career field-goal three frontcourt players, two returning from last percentage leader (51.3 percent) and is ranked season’s squad. Daniels and her staff will now among the top 10 all-time in points (1,378), field focus on the upcoming signing class. goals made (534), field goals attempted (1,040), “Laphelia has a lot of experience recruiting free throws made (301) and free throws atfrom this area,” said Daniels. “She has played tempted (511). She twice was a first-team All-OVC and coached in our conference, grew up in selection (1995-96, 1997-98), a second-team Franklin, Ky. and has some family in Bowling honoree in 1996-97 and an all-freshman team Green. Our emphasis is always on finding the member in 1994-95. Doss capped her career by best talent from Tennessee and the region and being named Most Valuable Player of the 1997 she has a firm understanding of where that tal- OVC Tournament. ent can be found. In this profession, recruiting is the most important thing and that’s what we

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SUPPORT S TA F F

Charlotte Marshall

Chism McEntire

Charlotte Marshall, a Shelbyville, Ky. native, begins her second season with Austin Peay’s coaching staff after serving as the team’s graduate assistant coach last season. Prior to joining the Lady Govs program, Marshall was a regular presence on the Western Kentucky women’s basketball team, starting 103 career games and averaging 27.9 minutes played per game. She ranks seventh all time in career starts at Western Kentucky and eighth in career average minutes played. She was a member of four teams that reached the postseason, including a trip to the NCAA tournament last season as a senior. The Hilltoppers won four divisional championships during her career and claimed the 2007-08 Sun Belt tournament title. She played as a guard and forward over five years at Western Kentucky. Marshall’s career began in 2003-04 and she was a member of WKU’s WNIT team that season, averaging 6.8 points and 5.0 rebounds per game. Marshall missed the 2004-05 campaign due to an injury but returned in 2005-06 and began her streak of consecutive game starts. In that sophomore campaign, she averaged 7.9 points , 4.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game and the Hilltoppers reached the WNIT semifinals where they lost to eventual champion Kansas State. She stayed the course as a junior in 2006-07, averaging 7.2 points and 5.5 rebounds per game and WKU reached the WNIT semifinals again, losing to Wisconsin. In her senior campaign, Marshall averaged 5.4 points and 6.1 rebounds per game. She grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds against Evansville that season. She graduated in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminology.

Chism McEntire, a McAlester, Okla., native, joins the Lady Govs coaching staff as a graduate assistant after completing her playing career at Missouri S&T. McEntire played two seasons at Missouri S&T where she was senior co-captain for the 2007-08 team that reached the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball “Sweet 16.” The Lady Miners reached the Great Lakes Regional, where they lost to eventual Division II national champion Northern Kentucky. She scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds in the Lady Miners second-round victory against Quincy. McEntire averaged 9.2 points and 2.3 rebounds during that senior campaign, including 2.1 three-point field goals made per game. She finished her career third in three-point field goals made (115) and consecutive free throws made (45). McEntire also holds the school record for best single-season free throw percentage, making 97.6 percent (40of-41) of her attempts as a senior. She also holds the Lady Miners two-year free-throw percentage mark (98.2 percent). McEntire was a member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society and was an Great Lakes Valley Conference Academic All-Conference selection. She graudated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in business and management systems. Prior to joining the Lady Miners she played at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M for two seasons where she set the program record for single-game three-point field goals (nine). McEntire is the daughter of Katy McEntire and the niece of country music star Reba McEntire.

Volunteer Assistant Western Kentucky, 2008

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Graduate Assistant Missouri S&T, 2009

Autumn Davis

Assistant Athletic Trainer

JaQueya Yancey Team Manager

Sarah Page Team Manager


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL THE OHIO VA L L E Y C O N F E R E N C E

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ntering its 61st year, the Ohio Valley Conference continues to build on the success that has made it the nation’s eighth-oldest NCAA Division I conference. In 2008, for only the second time in the past decade, the Conference expanded by adding Southern Illinois University Edwardsville as the league’s 11th member. The move expanded the OVC’s geographical footprint to the St. Louis market and marked the first change in membership since expanding to the state of Alabama (Jacksonville State, Samford) in 2003. The OVC’s proud past dates back to 1948, but seeds for the new league were actually planted in 1941. It was then that Roy Stewart, the athletics director at Murray State, Charles (Turkey) Hughes, the athletics director at Eastern Kentucky, and Kelly Thompson, the public relations director at Western Kentucky, first broached the idea of forming a new conference. Discussions were put on hold by World War II, but reemerged Feb. 27-28, 1948 at the Kentucky Hotel in Louisville as the three original institutions combined with Morehead State, Louisville and Evansville to form the OVC. In the 1950s, the OVC became a pioneer on a much more significant scale socially. During times of racial segregation, league member Morehead State became one of the first non-traditionally black mid-southern institutions to accept a black student. In 1958, Marshall Banks earned athletically-related aid at Morehead, which signed a second black athlete, Howard Murphy, a year later. In 1961, Murphy earned all-conference recognition as a halfback in football. With racial barriers broken, the rest of the institutions in the league began to provide educational and athletic opportunities to African-Americans. In the late 1970s, women’s athletics began somewhat of a rebirth on the national scene as the NCAA began sponsoring and marketing women’s sports. Recognizing the need to provide increased opportunities for female athletes, the OVC established women’s championships in the sports of basketball, tennis and track in 1977, with cross country and volleyball added over the next four years. Those sports were initially governed by the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women, but the overall strength of women’s programs in the league was demonstrated by the automatic bids the OVC instantly received when the NCAA became the governing body in 1982. Women’s basketball in the OVC has been dominated by Tennessee Tech, which has won or shared 16 regular-season titles and owns nine OVC Tournament crowns. In fact, the Golden Eagles have reached the championship game of the OVC Tournament 19 times in the past 27 years. Although Tennessee Tech remains the standardbearer, four other teams have won 11 of the last 15 OVC Tournaments. Murray State became the latest program to add its name to the list, capturing its first OVC Tournament title in 2008. Austin Peay leads the quartet with five crowns, including four straight from 2000-03, while Tennessee State, Eastern Kentucky and Southeast Missouri each have won titles during that span. Several coaches have made their mark in the relatively short history of OVC women’s basketball. Former Tennessee Tech coach Marynell Meadors

posted an amazing 363-139 (72.3%) record at Tech, becoming the first woman in NCAA or AIAW history to win 300 games at the same institution, while former Tennessee State skipper Teresa Phillips earned National Coach of the Year honors from USA Today in 1990 for turning around the Lady Tigers’ program before going on to lead TSU to the NCAA Tournament in 1994 and 1995. Tennessee Tech coach Bill Worrell capped a stellar 20-year career in 2005-06 and was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2007; he compiled a 408190 record while leading the Golden Eagles to an unprecedented 16 OVC regular-season titles and eight NCAA Tournament appearances, including five straight from 1989-93. Eastern Kentucky’s Larry Joe Inman, who retired at the conclusion of the 2007-08 season, has won more than 100 games at both Middle Tennessee and EKU, and has earned OVC Coach of the Year honors a record eight times - five times at EKU and three at MTSU. He finished his career with 480 career victories Many great players have graced the hardwood over the years, including former OVC Players of the Year Brooke Armistead and Gerlonda Hardin from Austin Peay, Pam Chambers, Jerilynn Harper, Cheryl Taylor, Angela Moorehead, Roschelle Vaughn, Diane Seng, Janet Holt and Emily Christian from Tennessee Tech; Morehead State’s Donna Murphy and Priscilla Blackford, Eastern Kentucky’s Kim Mays and Southeast Missouri’s Gray C. Harris. Through the early years of the league, administrators wrestled with fan behavior due to the close proximity of the Conference members and the intense rivalries which developed. Just as it did decades ago, the OVC took the leadership role on what has become a national issue. In 1995, the OVC implemented a first-of-its-kind “Sportsmanship Statement,” a policy which promotes principles of fair play, ethical conduct and respect for one’s opponent. The statement has become a model for others to follow across the nation, and has answered the challenge of the NCAA Presidents Commission to improve sportsmanship in collegiate athletics. Additionally, the OVC annually presents the Steve Hamilton Sportsmanship Award, in honor of the former Morehead State student-athlete, coach and athletics director, to a junior or senior studentathlete with significant athletic contributions who best exemplifies the characteristics of sportsmanship and citizenship. Most recently, the Conference has also implemented the OVC Institutional and Team Sportsmanship Awards, which are presented to one institution and 18 sport-specific teams voted by their peers to have best exhibited the standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct as outlined by the OVC and NCAA. The playing field isn’t the only place where OVC athletes are working hard. The league also recognizes excellence in the classroom. Six ScholarAthlete Awards are presented yearly to male and female athletes, while others are commended for their academic success by being Medal of Honor recipients or earning a spot on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Additionally, the league annually presents one institutional Academic achievement Award, as well as separate team awards in each Conference-sponsored sport. The vision of leadership demonstrated by the

Founding Fathers in 1948 remains alive today as the Ohio Valley Conference prepares for the future. One example is in regard to the current trend in collegiate athletics administration for increased involvement of university presidents in setting policies and making rules. The presidents of OVC institutions, however, have always governed the Conference, long before presidential governance became a national theme. The Ohio Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis and track for men, and basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball for women. In addition, the OVC also sponsors the combined men’s and women’s sport of rifle. Now in its sixth decade of competition, the Ohio Valley Conference has grown significantly from its humble beginnings while increasing the number of athletics opportunities it provides for students. Current league representatives include charter members Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University and Murray State University, along with Austin Peay State University, Eastern Illinois University, Jacksonville State University, Southeast Missouri State University, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee at Martin.

Office of the Commissioner 215 Centerview Drive, Suite 115 Brentwood, TN 37027 Phone: (615) 371-1698 Fax: (615) 371-1788 www.ovcsports.com

Beth DeBauche Commissioner

Heather Brown Director of Media Relations

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2009-10 OVC M E M B E R S H I P AU S T I N P E AY Location.................................................... Clarksville, Tenn. Member since............................................................. 1962 Enrollment.................................................................. 9,401 Nickname............................................................ Lady Govs School Colors................................................Red and White Head Coach...................................................Carrie Daniels Assistant Coaches.........................................Marcus Payne ............................................................... and Laphelia Doss Women’s Basketball Contact.............................Cody Bush Office Phone.............................................. (931) 221-7561 E-Mail........................................................bushc@apsu.edu Fax Number............................................... (931) 221-7562 www.LetsGoPeay.com

JAC K S O N V I L L E STATE Location.................................................... Jacksonville, Ala. Member since............................................................. 2003 Enrollment.................................................................. 9,061 Nickname..........................................................Gamecocks School Colors................................................Red and White Head Coach......................................................Becky Geyer Assistant Coaches......................................Janine Hoffman ....................................................................... Tonya Mackey Women’s Basketball Contact......................... Fred Sington Office Phone.............................................. (256) 782-5377 E-Mail........................................................fsington@jsu.edu Fax Number...............................................(256) 782-5958 www.JSUGamecockSports.com

S O U T H E A S T MISSOURI Location..............................................Cape Girardeau, Mo. Member since............................................................. 1991 Enrollment................................................................10,655 Nickname............................................................ Redhawks School Colors.....................................Red, White and Black Head Coach........................................................ John Ishee Assistant Coaches...................................... Jayme Callahan .............................................................. Elizabeth Cansdale Women’s Basketball Contact......................... Patrick Clark Office Phone.............................................. (573) 651-2937 E-Mail.................................................... paclark@semo.edu Fax Number............................................... (573) 651-2810 www.GoSoutheast.com

T E N N E S S E E MARTIN Location.......................................................... Martin, Tenn. Member since............................................................. 1992 Enrollment.................................................................. 7,200 Nickname.............................................................Skyhawks School Colors................................... Navy Blue and Orange Head Coach................................................Kevin McMillian Assistant Coaches......................................Jessica Grayson ....................................................................... Brian Haskins Women’s Basketball Contact........................... Matt Maxey Office Phone.............................................. (731) 881-7632 E-Mail..................................................... mmaxey@utm.edu Fax Number............................................... (731) 881-7694 www.UTMSports.com

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EAST ERN ILLINOIS Location.........................................................Charleston, Ill. Member since............................................................. 1996 Enrollment................................................................ 11,157 Nickname.............................................................. Panthers School Colors...............................................Blue and White Head Coach..................................................... Brady Sallee Assistant Coaches.....................................Quacy Timmons, ........................................Lee Buchanan and Jackie Moore Women’s Basketball Contact............................ Ben Turner Office Phone.............................................. (217) 581-7020 E-Mail......................................................bwturner@eiu.edu Fax Number............................................... (217) 581-6434 www.EIUPanthers.com

MOREHEAD STATE Location.........................................................Morehead, Ky. Member since............................................................. 1948 Enrollment.................................................................. 8,981 Nickname.................................................................. Eagles School Colors.......................................Royal Blue and Gold Head Coach..................................................Mike Bradbury Assistant Coaches.......................................... Harry Elifson, ......................................... Valerie King and Tomeka Brown Women’s Basketball Contact...................... Matt Schabert Office Phone..............................................(606) 783-2556 E-Mail............................. m.schabert@moreheadstate.edu Fax Number...............................................(606) 783-2550 www.MSUEagles.com

TENNESSEE STATE Location...................................................... Nashville, Tenn. Member since............................................................. 1986 Enrollment.................................................................. 8,000 Nickname...........................................................Lady Tigers School Colors....................................Reflex Blue and White Head Coach.....................................................Tracee Jones Assistant Coaches.......................................... David Midlick ....................................Rasheeda Love and Jamie Shadian Women’s Basketball Contact..................Zekeya Anderson Office Phone..............................................(615) 963-1867 E-Mail........................................ zanderson01@tnstate.edu Fax Number...............................................(615) 963-7589 www.TSUTigers.com

PRESS ROW NUMBERS Austin Peay................................................ (931) 221-7155 Eastern Illinois............................................(217) 581-5135 Eastern Kentucky......................................(859) 622-2226 Jacksonville State......................................(256) 782-5583 Morehead State........................................(606) 783-2500 Murray State.............................................. (270) 809-5551 Southeast Missouri................................... (573) 651-5014 SIU Edwardsville............................................................. TBA Tennessee State.........................................(615) 565-7616 Tennessee Tech......................................... (931) 372-6077 Tennessee Martin..................................... (731) 881-7694

EASTERN KENTU C K Y Location.........................................................Richmond, Ky. Member since............................................................. 1948 Enrollment................................................................16,000 Nickname...................................................... Lady Colonels School Colors..........................................Maroon and White Head Coach................................................ Chrissy Roberts Assistant Coaches.........................................Melissa Kolbe ........ Kent Miller, Candice Finely and Mary Beth Whitaker Women’s Basketball Contact.........................Kevin Britton Office Phone..............................................(859) 622-2006 E-Mail............................................... kevin.britton@eku.edu Fax Number...............................................(859) 622-1230 www.EKUSports.com

MURRAY STATE Location.............................................................. Murray, Ky. Member since............................................................. 1948 Enrollment................................................................10,500 Nickname..................................................................Racers School Colors................................................ Gold and Navy Head Coach..........................................................Rob Cross Assistant Coaches..........................................Carol Duncan .....................................Ashley B. Hayes and Victoria Jones Women’s Basketball Contact....................Teri LaJeunesse Office Phone.............................................. (270) 762-3351 E-Mail............................. teri.lajeunesse@murraystate.edu Fax Number............................................... (270) 762-6814 www.GoRacers.com

TENNESSEE TECH Location.................................................... Cookeville, Tenn. Member since............................................................. 1948 Enrollment................................................................ 10,321 Nickname..................................................... Golden Eagles School Colors..............................................Gold and Purple Head Coach.....................................................Sytia Messer Assistant Coaches...........................................Misty Garrett .........................................................................Renee Henry Women’s Basketball Contact...................Steve Appelhans Office Phone.............................................. (931) 372-3293 E-Mail..............................................appelhans@tntech.edu Fax Number............................................... (931) 372-6139 www.TTUSports.com

SIU EDWARDSVIL L E Location......................................................Edwardsville, Ill. Member since............................................................. 2008 Enrollment................................................................13,398 Nickname................................................................Cougars School Colors................................................Red and White Head Coach................................................Amanda Levens Assistant Coaches..........................................Kevin Chaney ............................... Laura Gonslaves and Jennifer Bradley Women’s Basketball Contact...............................Eric Hess Office Phone..............................................(618) 650-3608 E-Mail......................................................... ehess@siue.edu Fax Number...............................................(618) 650-2296 www.SIUECougars.com


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2010 POS T S E A S O N TO U R NA M E N T S 2 010 O H I O VALLEY CONFERENCE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP First Round • March 2 @Campus Site of Higher Seed #1 Seed

Semifinals • March 5 @ Sommet Center Nashville, Tenn.

Championship • March 6 @ Sommet Center Nashville, Tenn.

GAME 1^ #8 Seed GAME 5/6* 12 p.m.

#4 Seed GAME 2^ #5 Seed

GAME 7 TBA #2 Seed

OVC Tournament Champion

GAME 3^ #7 Seed ^ - First round contests will begin at 5:30 p.m. if part of a doubleheader, 7 p.m. if a single contest.

GAME 5/6† 2 p.m.

#3 Seed

* - The bracket pairing which includes the highest remaining seed among first round winners plays in Game 5

GAME 4^

- Game 6 will start 30 minutes following the completion of Game 5 #

#6 Seed

ABOUT THE OVC TOURNAMENT: For the 16th time in 17 years, the Ohio Valley Conference invades downtown Nashville to crown its men and women’s basketball champions. The OVC tournament has become the league’s showcase event, and the 2010 edition of “Music City Madness” will include a variety of exciting action both on and off the court. Eight teams will make up the field for the tournament, with first-round games set for Tuesday, March 2 at the on-campus sites of the top four seeds. The winners of those games will travel to Nashville for the semifinals on Friday, March 5. The OVC championship game is set for Saturday, March 6, with the winner earning the conference’s automatic bid to the 2010 NCAA tournament.

2 010 N CA A D IVISION I WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST AND SECOND ROUND SITES March 20 and 22 Maples Pavilion Stanford, California • Stanford, host

FIRST AND SECOND ROUND SITES March 21 and 23 James H. Hilton Coliseum Ames, Iowa • Iowa State, host

Haas Pavilion Berkeley, Calif. • California, host

Frank Erwin Center Austin, Texas • Texas, Austin, host

Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham, N.C. • Duke, host

Cintas Center Cincinnati, Ohio • Xavier, host

Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville, Tenn. • Tennessee, Knoxville, host

Williams Arena Minneapolis, Minn. • Minnesota, host

Freedom Hall Louisville, Ky. • Louisville, host

Ted Constant Convocation Center Norfolk, Va. • Old Dominion, host

Bank of America Arena Seattle, Wash. • Washington, host

Lloyd Noble Center Norman, Okla. • Oklahoma, host

Donald L. Tucker Center Tallahassee, Fla. • Florida State, host

Joyce Center Notre Dame, Ind. • Notre Dame, host

Wells Fargo Arena Tempe, Ariz. • Arizona State, host

Petersen Events Center Pittsburgh, Pa. • Pittsburgh, host

REGIONAL SITES March 27 and 29 Memphis Regional FedEx Forum Memphis, Tenn. • Memphis, host Sacramento Regional ARCO Arena Sacramento, Calif. • Pacific, host March 28 and 30 Dayton Regional Dayton Arena Dayton, Ohio • Dayton, host Kansas City Regional Sprint Center Kansas City, Mo. • Big 12 Conference, host WOMEN’S FINAL FOUR April 4 and 6 Alamodome San Antonio, Texas Texas-San Antonio, host

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2008-09 S E A S O N R E V I E W 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 I N DI VIDUAL OVERALL STATISTICS |-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 24 THOMAS, April 33 33 1084 32.8 169 353 .479 1 15 .067 95 135 .704 33 HERRING, Ashley 33 33 1027 31.1 132 346 .382 48 143 .336 74 115 .643 34 JAMEN, Nicole 33 31 951 28.8 147 304 .484 1 5 .200 73 117 .624 12 HANLEY, Whitney 33 24 896 27.2 102 268 .381 40 119 .336 44 55 .800 23 FAULKNER, Brooke 25 16 658 26.3 64 198 .323 34 102 .333 20 31 .645 00 RAYNER, Jasmine 33 2 425 12.9 59 128 .461 0 1 .000 35 71 .493 21 POLLOCK, Emily 32 18 757 23.7 23 113 .204 6 44 .136 59 98 .602 01 RICHARDSON, Salem 24 0 284 11.8 35 86 .407 17 37 .459 10 15 .667 02 WARNER, Darcie 31 8 417 13.5 28 75 .373 2 13 .154 6 7 .857 15 JONES, Lauren 24 0 163 6.8 19 53 .358 6 21 .286 7 12 .583 03 BIVENS, Alex 12 0 57 4.8 7 16 .438 6 14 .429 1 2 .500 30 TALLEY, Nikki 9 0 31 3.4 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 6 10 .600 TM TEAM................ Total.......... 33 786 1944 .404 161 514 .313 430 668 .644 Opponents...... 33 789 1852 .426 169 503 .336 446 633 .705

S C H E D U L E / R ESULT S/INDIVIDUAL LEADERS DATE

TIME (CST) OPPONENT

11/15/08 7 p.m. Lipscomb W 11/17/08 6 p.m. at Louisville 11/21/08 7 p.m. Troy 11/25/08 5:15 p.m. Belmont W UM Thanksgiving Tournament • Miami, Fla. 11/28/08 6 p.m. at. Miami (Fla.) 11/29/08 7:30 p.m. nt. Chicago State 12/04/08 5:30 p.m. at Southeast Missouri • W 12/06/08 3 p.m. at Eastern Illinois • 12/13/08 7 p.m. SIU Edwardsville W 12/16/08 7 p.m. at Middle Tennessee 12/20/08 2 p.m. at Alabama 12/28/08 1 p.m. at Elon W 12/30/08 1 p.m. at North Carolina 01/03/09 5:15 p.m. Morehead State • W 01/05/09 5:15 p.m. Eastern Kentucky • W 01/08/09 5:30 p.m. at Tennessee Martin • W 01/10/09 4:30 p.m. at Murray State • 01/17/09 5:30 p.m. at Tennessee State • 01/22/09 5:15 p.m. Tennessee Tech • [W] 01/24/09 5:15 p.m. Jacksonville State • W 01/27/09 4:30 p.m. at Eastern Kentucky • W 01/31/09 4:15 p.m. at Morehead State • W 02/03/09 7 p.m. Tennessee Martin • W 02/07/09 5:15 p.m. Murray State • 02/14/09 3 p.m. Tennessee State • 02/19/09 7 p.m. at Jacksonville State • 02/21/09 7 p.m. at Tennessee Tech • 02/26/09 5:15 p.m. Eastern Illinois • 02/28/09 5:15 p.m. Southeast Missouri • [W] 2009 Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Championship 03/03/09 4:30 p.m. at Morehead State W 03/06/09 Noon nt. Murray State W 03/07/09 3 p.m. nt. Eastern Illinois [W] 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship 03/22/09 nt. Duke

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SCORE

|-----REBOUNDS-----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A 100 190 290 8.8 85 1 34 43 130 173 5.2 97 5 57 101 112 213 6.5 81 1 25 28 84 112 3.4 74 1 41 31 55 86 3.4 39 0 42 58 52 110 3.3 44 1 15 14 45 59 1.8 79 4 126 9 23 32 1.3 19 0 11 12 13 25 0.8 47 0 18 12 10 22 0.9 15 0 5 4 0 4 0.3 6 0 1 1 6 7 0.8 1 0 0 74 72 146 4.4 0 487 792 1279 38.8 587 13 375 371 816 1187 36.0 644 16 422

TO Blk Stl Pts 93 14 36 434 93 15 40 386 86 3 46 368 58 7 41 288 44 13 22 182 37 5 7 153 118 4 60 111 29 0 8 97 34 3 13 64 9 0 5 51 4 0 0 21 3 0 1 8 14 0 622 64 279 2163 614 146 286 2193

LEADING SCORER(S)

LEADING REBOUNDER(S)

51-64 L 53-62 L 61-50 70-81 L 74-52 53-62 L 53-63 L 81-53 61-93 L 73-52 70-66 71-55 77-87 L 52-56 L 83-81 82-57 67-51 61-59 77-54 76-94 L 61-69 L 71-75 [L] 53-69 L 56-69 L 80-74

619 3777 1136 411 525 2612 1370 184 2830 750 475 619 5030 1873 413 847 650 1664 1067 1210 1600 256 889 650 1173

(14)JAMEN and THOMAS (11)HANLEY, Whitney (21)HERRING, Ashley (33)HERRING, Ashley (21)HANLEY, Whitney (11)FAULKNER, Brooke (13)JAMEN, Nicole (24)JAMEN, Nicole (17)RAYNER, Jasmine (23)JAMEN, Nicole (21)HERRING, Ashley (24)HANLEY, Whitney (17)FAULKNER, Brooke (13)THOMAS, April (19)HANLEY, Whitney (19)HANLEY, Whitney (18)JAMEN, Nicole (14)HERRING, Ashley (17)HANLEY, Whitney (21)HERRING, Ashley (21)THOMAS, April (24)HERRING, Ashley (20)HERRING, Ashley (11)RICHARDSON, Salem (22)THOMAS, April

(10)JAMEN, Nicole (10)JAMEN, Nicole (9)JAMEN, Nicole (7)HERRING, Ashley (13)THOMAS, April (8)THOMAS, April (12)HERRING, Ashley (8)HANLEY and JAMEN (10)THOMAS, April (11)JAMEN, Nicole (10)THOMAS, April (8)HERRING and THOMAS (16)THOMAS, April (12)THOMAS, April (10)FAULKNER, Brooke (9)JAMEN, Nicole (11)THOMAS, April (9)THOMAS, April (5)JAMEN, Nicole (12)THOMAS, April (14)THOMAS, April (17)THOMAS, April (13)THOMAS, April (8)THOMAS, April (15)THOMAS, April

78-74 90-84 69-65

1321 897 759

(17)HERRING, Ashley (25)THOMAS, April (21)HERRING, Ashley

(12)JAMEN, Nicole (7)FAULKNER and THOMAS (13)JAMEN, Nicole

42-83

3983

(13)POLLOCK, Emily

(6)RAYNER and JAMEN

L

750 3400 654 377

65.5 66.5

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ATT.

65-54 42-72 L 61-65 L 49-48

Avg 13.2 11.7 11.2 8.7 7.3 4.6 3.5 4.0 2.1 2.1 1.8 0.9

(14)JAMEN, Nicole (12)HERRING, Ashley (14)HERRING, Ashley (16)HERRING, Ashley

(5)Four Players (9)JAMEN, Nicole (9)JAMEN and THOMAS (9)JAMEN and THOMAS


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2008-09 S E A S O N R E V I E W AU S T I N P E AY GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS ## Player Lipscomb at Louisville Troy Belmont at Miami vs Chicago State at Southeast Missouri at Eastern Illinois • SIU Edwardsville at Middle Tennessee at Alabama at Elon at North Carolina Morehead State • Eastern Kentucky • at Tennessee Martin • at Murray State • at Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech • Jacksonville State • at Eastern Kentucky • at Morehead State • Tennessee Martin • Murray State • Tennessee State • at Jacksonville State at Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois • Southeast Missouri • at Morehead State nt. Murray State nt. Eastern Illinois vs Duke

Date 11/15/08 11/17/08 11/21/08 11/25/08 11/29/08 11/30/08 12/04/08 12/06/08 12/13/08 12/16/08 12/20/08 12/28/08 12/30/08 01/03/09 01/05/09 01/08/09 01/10/09 01/17/09 01/22/09 01/24/09 01/27/09 01/31/09 02/03/09 02/07/09 02/14/09 02/19/09 02/21/09 02/26/09 02/28/09 03/03/09 03/06/09 03/07/09 03/22/09

Score 65-54 42-72 61-65 49-48 51-64 53-62 61-50 70-81 74-52 53-62 53-63 81-53 61-93 73-52 70-66 71-55 77-87 52-56 83-81 82-57 67-51 61-59 77-54 76-94 61-69 71-75 53-69 56-69 80-74 78-74 90-84 69-65 42-83

W/L W L L W L L W L W L L W L W W W L L [W] W W W W L L [L] L L [W] W W [W] L

|-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| |-----REBOUNDS-----| FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 22 57 .386 7 18 .389 14 24 .583 13 18 31 31.0 17 14 54 .259 4 17 .235 10 21 .476 14 14 28 29.5 18 20 59 .339 6 19 .316 15 19 .789 17 23 40 33.0 20 16 45 .356 4 11 .364 13 23 .565 15 22 37 34.0 15 22 52 .423 3 14 .214 4 10 .400 10 23 33 33.8 17 21 56 .375 4 9 .444 7 14 .500 19 26 45 35.7 19 23 48 .479 8 17 .471 7 16 .438 10 24 34 35.4 14 23 59 .390 6 18 .333 18 25 .720 11 15 26 30.0 20 25 64 .391 7 17 .412 17 19 .895 19 29 48 35.8 23 22 54 .407 2 11 .182 7 8 .875 14 22 36 35.8 13 20 71 .282 7 24 .292 6 17 .353 28 29 57 37.7 16 32 59 .542 4 13 .308 13 19 .684 13 33 46 38.4 22 21 73 .288 4 19 .211 15 26 .577 25 20 45 38.9 18 26 62 .419 3 7 .429 18 28 .643 18 29 47 39.5 8 19 52 .365 7 23 .304 25 30 .833 9 27 36 39.3 21 28 52 .538 4 10 .400 11 19 .579 11 20 31 38.8 13 27 62 .435 4 14 .286 19 27 .704 17 24 41 38.9 23 21 46 .457 1 9 .111 9 15 .600 6 26 32 38.5 14 28 68 .412 5 17 .294 22 32 .688 16 28 44 38.8 26 30 57 .526 9 19 .474 13 17 .765 14 23 37 38.7 11 25 55 .455 2 13 .154 15 22 .682 15 30 45 39.0 21 27 74 .365 3 14 .214 4 6 .667 20 26 46 39.3 16 30 51 .588 9 13 .692 8 13 .615 5 19 24 38.7 14 29 69 .420 5 16 .313 13 17 .765 15 18 33 38.4 17 24 64 .375 1 9 .111 12 21 .571 16 19 35 38.3 27 21 58 .362 5 13 .385 24 32 .750 19 34 53 38.8 19 20 46 .435 6 14 .429 7 13 .538 7 27 34 38.7 24 20 62 .323 3 14 .214 13 22 .591 19 15 34 38.5 17 29 61 .475 3 16 .188 19 31 .613 16 26 42 38.6 20 28 61 .459 10 25 .400 12 17 .706 13 31 44 38.8 17 35 69 .507 8 21 .381 12 17 .706 13 25 38 38.8 12 24 66 .364 4 23 .174 17 32 .531 14 25 39 38.8 18 14 58 .241 3 17 .176 11 16 .688 16 22 38 38.8 17

AU S T I N P E AY SINGLE-GAME SUPE RLATIVES POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

HIGHS 90 nt. Murray State (03/06/09) 35 nt. Murray State (03/06/09) 74 at Morehead State (01/31/09) .588 (30-51) vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 10 at Morehead State (03/03/09) 25 at Morehead State (03/03/09) .692 (9-13) vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 25 vs. Eastern Kentucky (01/05/09) 32 nt. Eastern Illinois (03/07/09) .895 (17-19) vs. SIU Edwardsville (12/13/08) 57 at Alabama (12/20/08) 17 at Elon (12/28/08) 16 vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 5 vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 32 nt. Chicago State (11/30/08) 27 vs. Tennessee State (02/14/09)

A TO Blk 17 15 0 6 27 0 12 17 3 9 24 0 16 29 2 10 32 1 15 17 3 7 9 4 13 25 4 9 25 0 14 18 1 17 25 4 12 25 0 11 15 3 13 15 3 12 15 2 8 16 1 8 24 2 13 19 5 15 17 2 8 16 1 12 11 3 16 19 5 11 10 1 14 14 1 9 31 2 8 23 2 5 15 1 15 17 2 14 13 2 10 8 1 9 13 2 7 23 1

Stl Pts Avg 13 65 65.0 13 42 53.5 7 61 56.0 8 49 54.2 13 51 53.6 10 53 53.5 9 61 54.6 7 70 56.5 10 74 58.4 5 53 57.9 5 53 57.5 15 81 59.4 9 61 59.5 9 73 60.5 3 70 61.1 11 71 61.8 3 77 62.6 6 52 62.1 12 83 63.2 11 82 64.1 8 67 64.2 6 61 64.1 16 77 64.7 4 76 65.1 7 61 65.0 6 71 65.2 5 53 64.7 13 56 64.4 5 80 65.0 4 78 65.4 6 90 66.2 13 69 66.3 7 42 65.5

MOST RECENT OCCURRENCE LISTED LOWS 42 nt. Duke (03/22/09) 14 nt. Duke (03/22/09) 45 vs. Belmont (11/25/08) .241 (14-58) nt. Duke (03/22/09) 1 vs. Tennessee State (02/14/09) 7 vs. Morehead State (01/03/09) .111 (1-9) vs. Tennessee State (02/14/09) 4 at Morehead State (01/31/09) 6 at Morehead State (01/31/09) .353 (6-17) at Alabama (12/20/08) 24 vs. Tennessee Martin (02/03/09) 5 vs. Eastern Illinois (02/26/09) 3 at Murray State (01/10/09) 0 at North Carolina (12/30/08) 8 nt. Murray State (03/06/09) 8 vs. Morehead State (01/03/09)

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2008-09 S E A S O N R E V I E W 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 OVC FINAL STANDINGS AND ALL -OVC TEAMS Current Standings School y-Murray State Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Morehead State z-Austin Peay Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Martin

W-L 16-2 15-3 13-5 11-7 10-8 10-8 7-11 4-14 4-14 0-18

CONFERENCE Pct. H .889 9-0 .833 7-1 .722 7-2 .611 7-2 .556 6-3 .556 6-3 .389 5-4 .222 3-6 .222 3-6 .000 0-9

A 7-2 9-2 6-3 4-5 4-5 4-5 2-7 1-8 1-8 0-9

W-L 22-8 24-9 18-13 17-14 17-16 15-15 9-21 7-23 7-20 2-27

OVERALL Pct. H .733 14-0 .727 14-1 .581 11-2 .548 12-3 .515 10-4 .500 11-4 .300 6-8 .233 4-9 .259 5-8 .069 1-10

A 8-6 7-7 7-9 4-10 6-10 4-9 3-12 1-12 2-12 0-14

N 1-2 3-1 0-2 1-1 2-2 0-2 0-1 2-2 0-0 1-2

y - OVC Regular Season Champions; z - OVC Tournament Champions

All-OVC Teams First Team Ashley Hayes, MUR Rachel Galligan, EIU Amber Guffey, MUR Kendra Appliing, TSU Chynna Bozeman, MOR

Second Team Phyllisha Mitchell, UTM April Thomas, APSU Brittany Pittman, MOR Tiffany Jackson, TSU Blair Bowens, TTU Tarina Nixon, SEMO

All-Newcomer Jasmine Smith, TSU Kayla Drake, EKU Brittany Wiley, JSU Tiffany Hamilton, MOR Whitney Hanley, APSU

All-Time OVC Regular-Season Titles Tennessee Tech (1977-current)............................15 Middle Tennessee (1977-00)................................11 Eastern Kentucky (1977-current)............................5 Austin Peay (1977-current)......................................3 Tennessee State (1987-current).............................2 Southeast Missouri (1991-current)*......................2 Tennessee-Martin (1992-current)..........................1 Murray State (1977-current)...................................1

All-Time OVC Tournament Titles Tennessee Tech (1977-current)..............................9 Middle Tennessee (1977-00)..................................6 Austin Peay (1977-current)......................................6 Eastern Kentucky (1977-current)............................2 Tennessee State (1987-current).............................2 Morehead State (1977-current)..............................1 Murray State (1977-current)...................................1 Southeast Missouri (1991-current)*......................1

Player of the Year – Ashley Hayes, MUR Freshman of the Year – Kayla Drake, EKU Defensive Player of the Year – Kendra Appling, TSU Coach of the Year – Rob Cross, MUR

* - team vacated one championship due to NCAA penalties imposed

2 0 0 8 - 0 9 I N DI VIDUAL OVC STATISTICS |-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 24 THOMAS, April 18 18 613 34.1 103 201 .512 0 6 .000 54 74 .730 33 HERRING, Ashley 18 18 572 31.8 84 196 .429 31 75 .413 52 79 .658 34 JAMEN, Nicole 18 17 506 28.1 76 146 .521 1 3 .333 46 68 .676 12 HANLEY, Whitney 18 15 521 28.9 60 148 .405 19 61 .311 25 31 .806 23 FAULKNER, Brooke 16 11 391 24.4 38 114 .333 18 54 .333 14 20 .700 00 RAYNER, Jasmine 18 1 244 13.6 32 72 .444 0 0 .000 24 43 .558 21 POLLOCK, Emily 18 8 390 21.7 10 56 .179 2 20 .100 27 47 .574 01 RICHARDSON, Salem 11 0 127 11.5 17 45 .378 6 15 .400 3 7 .429 02 WARNER, Darcie 18 2 219 12.2 15 34 .441 0 4 .000 6 7 .857 15 JONES, Lauren 13 0 89 6.8 11 27 .407 5 14 .357 3 4 .750 03 BIVENS, Alex 5 0 18 3.6 3 5 .600 2 4 .500 1 2 .500 30 TALLEY, Nikki 3 0 10 3.3 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 TM TEAM… … … … … . Total… … … . 18 450 1046 .430 84 256 .328 257 386 .666 Opponents… … 18 422 999 .422 95 265 .358 260 362 .718

|-----REBOUNDS-----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 55 121 176 9.8 43 1 21 48 9 22 260 24 71 95 5.3 51 2 27 45 12 17 251 43 58 101 5.6 42 1 15 57 3 24 199 14 50 64 3.6 46 1 22 32 5 29 164 16 24 40 2.5 26 0 25 26 5 13 108 31 26 57 3.2 26 1 8 20 5 4 88 6 21 27 1.5 46 3 62 40 2 21 49 5 12 17 1.5 13 0 8 11 0 5 43 7 10 17 0.9 24 0 11 13 2 4 36 6 6 12 0.9 8 0 1 6 0 1 30 2 0 2 0.4 0 0 0 1 0 0 9 1 0 1 0.3 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 34 31 65 3.6 0 3 0 244 430 674 37.4 325 9 200 303 43 141 1241 201 432 633 35.2 343 8 233 317 64 131 1199

2 0 0 8 - 0 9 L A DY GOVS VS. OVC OPPONENT S HOME ROAD

EIU L, 56-69 L, 70-81

EKU W, 70-66 W, 67-51

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JSU W, 82-57 [L, 71-75]

MOR W, 73-52 W, 61-59

MUR L, 76-94 L, 77-87

Avg 14.4 13.9 11.1 9.1 6.8 4.9 2.7 3.9 2.0 2.3 1.8 1.3 68.9 66.6

[X] - INDICATES OVERTIME CONTEST SEMO [W, 80-74] W, 61-50

UTM W, 77-54 W, 71-55

TSU L, 61-69 L, 52-56

TTU [W, 83-81] L, 53-69

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K 2 0 0 9 OVC WO MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET Semifinals • March 6 @ Sommet Center Nashville, Tenn.

First Round • March 3 @Campus Site of Higher Seed #1 Murray State

79

GAME 1 at Murray, Ky.

#8 Jacksonville State

Championship • March 7 @ Sommet Center Nashville, Tenn.

Murray State

84

69 Austin Peay

GAME 5

#4 Morehead State

74

GAME 2 at Morehead, Ky.

#5 Austin Peay

(2OT) 69

Austin Peay

90

OVC All-Tournament Team

78 Austin Peay

GAME 7

#2 Eastern Illinois

71

GAME 3 at Charleston, Ill.

#7 Tennessee Tech

Eastern Illinois

64

65 Eastern Illinois

GAME 6

#3 Tennessee State

65

77

GAME 4 at Nashville, Tenn.

#6 Southeast Missouri

April Thomas, Austin Peay (MVP) Ashley Herring, Austin Peay Emily Pollock, Austin Peay Rachel Galligan, Eastern Illinois Amber Guffey, Murray State

Tennessee State

48

66

2 0 0 9 I N D I V I DUAL OVC CHAMPIONSHIP STATISTICS |-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| |-----REBOUNDS-----| ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 33 HERRING, Ashley 3 3 115 38.3 19 46 .413 6 21 .286 10 14 .714 1 12 13 4.3 8 0 6 5 0 4 54 18.0 24 THOMAS, April 3 3 110 36.7 21 38 .553 1 4 .250 10 17 .588 6 16 22 7.3 7 0 1 5 1 3 53 17.7 34 JAMEN, Nicole 3 3 120 40.0 18 38 .474 0 2 .000 6 10 .600 15 16 31 10.3 9 0 3 8 0 5 42 14.0 23 FAULKNER, Brooke 3 3 118 39.3 11 28 .393 7 21 .333 5 9 .556 5 15 20 6.7 7 0 7 4 4 3 34 11.3 12 HANLEY, Whitney 3 3 83 27.7 9 23 .391 5 12 .417 2 3 .667 1 7 8 2.7 5 0 6 2 0 1 25 8.3 21 POLLOCK, Emily 3 0 45 15.0 5 9 .556 2 4 .500 4 8 .500 2 2 4 1.3 5 0 8 3 0 6 16 5.3 00 RAYNER, Jasmine 3 0 20 6.7 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 3 3 1.000 3 4 7 2.3 1 0 2 2 0 0 7 2.3 02 WARNER, Darcie 3 0 26 8.7 1 8 .125 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.3 4 0 0 3 0 1 3 1.0 15 JONES, Lauren 1 0 9 9.0 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3.0 01 RICHARDSON, Salem 1 0 4 4.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TM TEAM… … … … … . 6 9 15 5.0 0 2 0 Total… … … . 3 87 196 .444 22 69 .319 41 66 .621 40 81 121 40.3 47 0 33 34 5 23 237 79.0 Opponents… … 3 87 190 .458 19 57 .333 30 43 .698 27 82 109 36.3 63 2 43 41 10 8 223 74.3

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K I N D I V I DUA L S INGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL Total Points................. 43 FG Made..................... 19 FG Attempted............. 27 FG Pct................... 1.000 3G Made....................... 8 ....................................... ....................................... 3G Attempted.............. 16 3G Pct.................... 1.000 FT Made..................... 16 FT Attempted.............. 17 ................................... 17 FT Pct.................... 1.000 Consecutive FTM....... 24 Rebounds................... 22 Assists........................ 13 Steals............................ 8 Blocked Shots............... 7 Minutes....................... 49

TEAM WIN/LOSS STREAKS

Tomika Secrest vs. Bethel, 12/12/92 Tomika Secrest vs. Bethel, 12/12/92 Carrie Thompson vs. Morehead State, 02/08/93 (11-11) Gerlonda Hardin vs. Eastern Illinois, 01/07/02 Stephanie Rogers vs. Southeast Missouri, 01/04/92 Georgia Vaughan vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga, 01/25/95 Kera Bergeron at Morehead State, 02/23/03 Stephanie Rogers vs. Southeast Missouri, 01/04/92 (4-4) Paige Smith at Lipscomb, 12/06/01 Brooke Armistead vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/27/01 Amanda Behrenbrinker, twice m.r. vs. Eastern Ill., 02/01/97 Brooke Armistead vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/27/01 (12-12) Brooke Armistead vs. Eastern Illinois, 01/04/01 Brooke Armistead, 2001-02 Ashley Haynes vs. Morehead State, 02/28/06 (OVC Tourney) Kelly Chavez vs. Eastern Illinois, 01/04/01 Amanda Behrenbrinker vs. Middle Tenn., 02/16/98 Gerlonda Hardin vs. Tennessee, 03/16/01 Sonia White vs. Murray State, 02/28/96

TEAM Points............................................ 116 Field Goals Made...........................44 FG attempted..................................89 3-pt. FG made................................14 3-pt. FG attempted.........................32 Free Throws Made.........................36 Free Throws Attempted..................50 Rebounds.......................................66 Assists............................................29 Steals..............................................26 Blocked Shots.................................12 Turnovers.......................................39

vs. Ft. Campbell, 11/79 vs. Bethel, 12/12/92 vs. Cleveland State, 12/31/92 at Morehead State, 02/03/03 vs. East Tennessee State, 02/03/94 vs. Evansville, 11/28/95 vs. Evansville, 11/28/95 vs. Evansville, 11/28/95 at Morris Brown, 12/20/02 vs. Bethel, 12/25/95 vs. East Tennessee State, 11/22/97 vs. Middle Tennessee, 12/15/07

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CONFERENCE Consecutive Wins..................................................................................................20 games First win in streak: vs. Murray State (01/11/03) Last win in streak: at Morehead State (01/17/04) Win streak ended with loss to: vs. Eastern Illinois (01/22/04) Consecutive Losses..............................................................................................23 games First loss in streak: vs. Middle Tennessee (02/13/88) Last loss in streak: vs. Murray State (02/02/91) NON-CONFERENCE (including post-season tournaments) Consecutive Wins........................................................................................ (twice) 7 games most recent streak… First win in streak: nt. Marshall (12/07/84) Last win in streak: at Tennessee-Martin (02/04/85) Win streak ended by loss to: at Middle Tennessee (03/05/85, OVC Tournament) Consecutive Losses..............................................................................................16 games First loss in streak: vs. Western Kentucky (01/11/77) Last loss in streak: at Lambuth (11/21/77) HOME Consecutive Wins..................................................................................................14 games First win in streak: vs. Southeast Missouri (02/26/01) Last win in streak: vs. Cumberland (Tenn.) (11/24/03) Win streak ended with loss to: vs. Memphis (12/03/03) Consecutive Losses..............................................................................................14 games First loss in streak: vs. Morehead State (01/16/82) Last loss in streak: vs. Chattanooga (02/02/83)

T E A M S I N G L E -SEASON Scoring..................................................................................................2002-03 Scoring Average....................................................................................1985-86 Field Goals Made..................................................................................1985-85 Field Goals Attempted...........................................................................1979-80 Field Goal Percentage...........................................................................2002-03 Three-Point Field Goals Made...............................................................2002-03 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted.......................................................2001-02 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage.......................................................2002-03 Free Throws Made................................................................................1995-96 Free Throws Attempted.........................................................................1995-96 Free Throw Percentage.........................................................................2001-02 Rebounds..............................................................................................1979-80 Rebound Average..................................................................................1979-80 Assists...................................................................................................1980-81 Turnovers..............................................................................................1988-89 Blocked Shots........................................................................................1987-88 Steals.....................................................................................................1980-81 Games Played.......................................................................................2008-09 Wins.......................................................................................................2002-03 Losses...................................................................................................1982-83

OVERALL Consecutive Wins..................................................................................................22 games First win in streak: vs. UAB (01/03/03) Last win in streak: nt. Southeast Missouri (03/08/03, OVC Championship) Win streak ended with loss to: nt. North Carolina (3/22/03, NCAA 1st Round) Consecutive Losses..............................................................................................17 games First loss in streak: vs. Georgia Southern (11/25/88) Last loss in streak: vs. Middle Tennessee (01/28/89)

2300 77.1 896 2217 .475 206 583 .371 497 794 .761 1677 54.1 557 594 135 364 33 27 24

AWAY (non-neutral court) Consecutive Wins..................................................................................................10 games First win in streak: at UAB (01/03/03) Last win in streak: at Southeast Missouri (02/22/03) Win streak ended with loss to: at Evansville (11/21/03) Consecutive Losses..............................................................................................21 games First loss in streak: at Tennessee Tech (01/22/88) Last loss in streak: at Louisville (02/06/89)

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K I N D I V I DUA L S INGLE-SEASON NOTES: Austin Peay women’s basketball restarted in 1970 under the auspices of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. The Ohio Valley Conference began sponsoring women’s basketball beginning with the 1978-79 season. Statistics for the period from 1970-71 to 1976-77 are incomplete and are not included here. If you have information for these years please contact the Austin Peay sports information office. Scoring, rebounding, assists, blocked shots and steals are ranked on total number and on per-game average; shooting, on percentage. In statistical rankings, the rounding of percentages and/or averages may indicate ties where none exist. In these cases, the numerical order of the rankings is accurate. Players names in boldface are currently active. SCORING Season 1. Brooke Armistead........... 2001-02 2. Brooke Armistead........... 2000-01 3. Brooke Armistead........... 1999-00 4. Gerlonda Hardin............. 2003-04 5. Dorothy Taylor................ 1985-86 6. Brooke Armistead........... 2002-03 7. Shandra Maxwell............ 1986-87 8. Amanda Behrenbrinker ..... 1996-97 9. Gerlonda Hardin............. 2001-02 10. Ashley Haynes............... 2005-06 11. Gerlonda Hardin............. 2002-03 12. Shandra Maxwell............ 1989-90 13. Simone Caldwell............. 1996-97 14. Elaine Swafford.............. 1979-80 15. Golena Rucker............... 1979-80 16. April Thomas.................. 2008-09 17. Tracie Mason.................. 1990-91 Shandra Maxwell............ 1987-88 19. Glenda Clifton................. 1986-87 20. Georgie Vaughan........... 1993-94

GP FGM 3GM FTM 31 234 41 178 31 244 42 155 30 211 37 149 31 223 0 125 26 224 0 94 28 184 41 140 25 218 0 80 28 177 20 125 31 192 0 95 28 184 0 106 31 198 0 72 24 200 0 62 28 154 33 119 31 175 0 99 31 188 0 71 33 169 1 95 26 152 11 116 18 178 0 75 25 160 5 80 28 136 63 65

SCORING AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) Rank PPG Player (GP) 1. 22.2 Brooke Armistead (31) 2. 22.1 Brooke Armistead (31) 3. 20.8 Dorothy Taylor (26) 4. 20.6 Shandra Maxwell (25) 5. 20.3 Brooke Armistead (30) 6. 19.3 Shandra Maxwell (24) 7. 18.9 Brooke Armistead (28) 8. 18.6 Amanda Behrenbrinker (20) 9. 18.4 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 10. 17.8 Amanda Behrenbrinker (28)

Season 2001-02 2000-01 1985-86 1986-87 1999-00 1989-90 2002-03 1997-98 2003-04 1996-97

REBOUNDING AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) Rank RPG Player (GP) 1. 13.4 Ashley Haynes (28) 2. 11.5 Golena Rucker (28) 2. 11.5 Golena Rucker (23) 3. 11.3 Golena Rucker (31) 4. 10.7 Shandra Maxwell (24) 5. 10.6 Shandra Maxwell (25) 6. 9.8 Tabatha Koger (26) 7. 9.4 Shandra Maxwell (24) 8. 9.4 Joanne Arnold (30) 9. 9.4 Golena Rucker (28) 10. 9.3 Colleen Polzin (26)

Season 2005-06 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1989-90 1986-87 1990-91 1988-89 1979-80 1980-81 1993-94

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Pts. 687 685 608 571 542 528 516 499 479 474 468 462 460 449 447 434 431 431 405 400

Avg. 22.2 22.1 20.3 18.4 20.8 18.9 20.6 17.8 15.5 16.9 15.1 19.3 16.4 14.5 14.4 13.2 16.6 23.9 16.2 14.3

REBOUNDS Season 1. Ashley Haynes.................................................... 2005-06 2. Golena Rucker.................................................... 1979-80 3. Golena Rucker.................................................... 1977-78 4. April Thomas....................................................... 2008-09 5. Joanne Arnold..................................................... 1979-80 6. Ashley Haynes.................................................... 2003-04 7. Gerlonda Hardin.................................................. 2003-04 8. Shandra Maxwell................................................. 1986-87 9. Golena Rucker.................................................... 1978-79 10. Golena Rucker.................................................... 1980-81 11. Shandra Maxwell................................................. 1989-90 12. Elaine Swafford................................................... 1977-78 13. Tabatha Koger..................................................... 1990-91 14. Jocelyn Duke....................................................... 2000-01 Gerlonda Hardin.................................................. 2002-03 16. Amanda Behrenbrinker....................................... 1996-97 17. Dorothy Taylor..................................................... 1984-85 18. Shelia Smotherman............................................. 1977-78 19. Gerlonda Hardin.................................................. 2001-02 20. Colleen Polzin..................................................... 1993-94

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank FGM Player (GP) 1. 244 Brooke Armistead (31) 2. 234 Brooke Armistead (31) 3. 224 Dorothy Taylor (26) 4. 223 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 5. 218 Shandra Maxwell (25) 6. 211 Brooke Armistead (30) 7. 200 Shandra Maxwell (24) 8. 198 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 9. 192 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 10. 188 Golena Rucker (31)

Season 2000-01 2001-02 1985-86 2003-04 1986-87 1999-00 1989-90 2002-03 2001-02 1979-80

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank Att Player (GP) 1. 548 Brooke Armistead (31) 2. 477 Brooke Armistead (30) 3. 472 Brooke Armistead (31) 4. 442 Dorothy Taylor (26) 5. 430 Golena Rucker (31) 6. 427 Glenda Clifton (25) 7. 406 Shandra Maxwell (24) 8. 404 Simone Caldwell (28) 9. 399 Elaine Swafford (31) 10. 396 Tracie Mason (26)

Season 2000-01 1999-00 2001-02 1985-86 1979-80 1986-87 1989-90 1996-97 1979-80 1990-91

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 FGM) Rank Pct. Player (FGM-FGA) 1. .635 Gerlonda Hardin (198-312) 2. .624 Gerlonda Hardin (136-218) 3. .610 Gerlonda Hardin (192-315) 4. .608 Gerlonda Hardin (223-367) 5. .587 Shandra Maxwell (178-303) 6. .584 Kellea Reeves (115-197) 7. .569 Shatika Hutcherson (115-202) 8. .560 Shandra Maxwell (218-389) 9. .551 Tonita Cannon (151-274) 10. .547 Ashley Haynes (157-287)

Season 2002-03 2000-01 2001-02 2003-04 1987-88 2006-07 2001-02 1986-87 1984-85 2002-03

GP 28 31 28 33 30 30 31 25 23 28 24 28 26 31 31 28 28 28 31 26

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3GM Player (GP) 1. 105 Kera Bergeron (31) 2. 82 Kera Bergeron (27) 3. 72 Paige Smith (30) 4. 71 Kera Bergeron (31) 5. 63 Georgie Vaughan (28) 6. 61 Paige Smith (31) 7. 58 Paige Smith (30) 8. 57 Amber Bacon (28) 9. 56 Stephanie Rogers (26) 56 Saundra Hale (28) 56 Amber Bacon (29)

Reb. 374 349 323 290 281 275 270 266 264 262 257 255 254 253 253 252 246 245 243 242

Avg. 13.4 11.3 11.5 8.8 9.4 9.2 8.7 10.6 11.5 9.4 10.7 9.1 9.8 8.2 8.2 9.0 8.8 8.8 7.8 9.3 Season 2003-04 2004-05 1999-00 2002-03 1993-94 2000-01 2002-03 2005-06 1991-92 2005-06 2006-07

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 3GA Player (GP) Season 1. 277 Kera Bergeron (31) 2003-04 2. 236 Kera Bergeron (27) 2004-05 3. 196 Paige Smith (31) 2000-01 4. 194 Paige Smith (30) 1999-00 5. 182 Kera Bergeron (31) 2002-03 6. 177 Paige Smith (31) 2001-02 7. 170 Stephanie Rogers (26) 1991-92 8. 165 Saundra Hale (28) 2005-06 9. 155 Paige Smith (30) 2002-03 10. 154 Amber Bacon (29) 2006-07 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 30 3GM) Rank Pct. Player (3GM-3GA) Season 1. .457 Bridgett Robbins (37-81) 1994-95 2. .429 Andrea Miller (51-119) 1996-97 3. .414 Georgie Vaughan (63-152) 1993-94 4. .403 Melissa Heatherly (52-129) 1987-88 5. 400 Ashley Herring (38-95) 2007-08 6. .390 Kera Bergeron (71-182) 2002-03 7. .383 Georgie Vaughan (44-115) 1994-95 8. .379 Kera Bergeron (105-277) 2003-04 9. .377 Amber Bacon (57-171) 2005-06 10. .374 Paige Smith (58-155) 2002-03

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K I N D I V I DUA L S INGLE-SEASON FREE THROWS MADE Rank FTM Player (GP) 1. 178 Brooke Armistead (31) 2. 155 Brooke Armistead (31) 3. 149 Brooke Armistead (30) 4. 125 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 125 Amanda Behrenbrinker (28) 6. 119 Simone Caldwell (28) 119 Brooke Armistead (28) 8. 116 Tracie Mason (26) 9. 112 Simone Caldwell (29) 10. 106 Ashley Haynes (28)

Season 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 2003-04 1996-97 1996-97 2002-03 1990-91 1995-96 2005-06

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank FTA Player (GP) 1. 198 Brooke Armistead (31) 2. 193 Simone Caldwell (29) 3. 190 Amanda Behrenbrinker (28) 4. 183 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 5. 181 Brooke Armistead (31) 6. 175 Brooke Armistead (30) 7. 164 Tracie Mason (26) 8. 160 Simone Caldwell (28) 9. 154 Ashley Haynes (28) 10. 140 Tracie Mason (24) 140 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 140 Brooke Armistead (28)

Season 2001-02 1995-96 1996-97 2003-04 2000-01 1999-00 1990-91 1996-97 2005-06 1987-88 2001-02 2002-03

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) Rank Pct. Player (FTM-FTA) 1. .899 Brooke Armistead (178-198) 2. .878 Georgie Vaughan (65-74) 3. .873 Paige Smith (55-63) 4. .856 Brooke Armistead (155-181) 5. .855 Paige Smith (59-69) 6. .851 Brooke Armistead (149-175) 7. .850 Brooke Armistead (119-140) 8. .847 Paige Smith (72-85) 9. .842 Kristal Holmes (64-76) 10. .841 Georgie Vaughan (58-69)

Season 2001-02 1993-94 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 1999-00 2002-03 2000-01 1983-84 1991-92

ASSISTS Rank A 1. 178 2. 176 3. 161 4. 153 5. 151 6. 140 7. 132 8. 126 9. 124 10. 119

Season 2000-01 1979-80 1999-00 1980-81 2007-08 1981-82 1983-84 2008-09 2001-02 1989-90

Player Kelly Chavez Jeanne Hinchee Kelly Chavez Jeanne Hinchee Ashlee McGee Jeanne Hinchee Kristal Holmes Emily Pollock Kelly Chavez Tracie Mason

ASSISTS AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) Rank APG Player (GP) 1. 5.7 Kelly Chavez (31) 2. 5.7 Jeanne Hinchee (31) 3. 5.4 Kelly Chavez (30) 4. 5.2 Ashlee McGee (29) 5. 5.1 Jeanne Hinchee (30) 6. 5.1 Kristal Holmes (26) 7. 4.6 Tracie Mason (26) 8. 4.5 Jeanne Hinchee (31) 9. 4.3 Melony Waller (26) 10. 4.1 Kristal Holmes (28)

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Season 2000-01 1979-80 1999-00 2007-08 1980-81 1983-84 1989-90 1981-82 1982-83 1984-85

BLOCKED SHOTS Rank B Player (GP) 1. 59 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 57 Gerlonda Hardin 3. 56 Gerlonda Hardin 4. 51 Gerlonda Hardin 5. 45 Joanne Arnold 6. 44 Tina Cottle 7. 41 Ashley Haynes 8. 39 Amanda Behrenbrinker 9. 37 Sonja Cox 10. 36 Joanne Arnold

Season 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 2001-02 1981-82 1980-81 2005-06 1995-96 1993-94 1980-81

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) Rank BPG Player (GP) 1. 1.9 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 2. 1.8 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 3. 1.8 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 4. 1.7 Amanda Behrenbrinker (20) 5. 1.6 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 6. 1.5 Tina Cottle (30) 7. 1.5 Ashley Haynes (28) 8. 1.5 Joanne Arnold (31) 9. 1.3 Amanda Behrenbrinker (29) 10. 1.3 Sonja Cox (28)

Season 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 1997-98 2001-02 1980-81 2005-06 1981-82 1995-96 1993-94

STEALS Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Season 1989-90 1999-00 1998-99 1990-91 2005-06 1992-93 1996-97 1997-98 1980-81 2002-03 1995-96

S 85 77 75 72 71 67 66 66 64 63 63

Player Tracie Mason Kelly Chavez Angelica Suffren Tracie Mason Saundra Hale Carrie Thompson Amanda Behrenbrinker Amanda Behrenbrinker Joanne Arnold Ashley Haynes Amanda Behrenbrinker

STEALS AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) Rank SPG Player (GP) 1. 3.3 Amanda Behrenbrinker (20) 2. 3.3 Tracie Mason (26) 3. 2.8 Angelica Suffren (27) 4. 2.8 Tracie Mason (26) 5. 2.6 Carrie Thompson (26) 6. 2.6 Kelly Chavez (30) 7. 2.5 Saundra Hale (28) 8. 2.4 Amanda Behrenbrinker (28) 9. 2.3 Angelica Suffren (26) 10. 2.2 Amanda Behrenbrinker (29)

Season 1997-98 1989-90 1998-99 1990-91 1992-93 1999-00 2005-06 1996-97 1997-98 1995-96

MINUTES (since 1981-82 season) Rank MIN Player 1. 1156 Kelly Chavez 2. 1106 Paige Smith 3. 1087 Kera Bergeron 4. 1084 April Thomas 5. 1071 Kelly Chavez 6. 1064 Ashley Haynes 7. 1061 Brooke Armistead 8. 1050 Paige Smith 9. 1042 Ashlee McGee 10. 1031 Brooke Armistead

Season 2000-01 2000-01 2003-04 2008-09 1999-00 2005-06 2000-01 2001-02 2007-08 2001-02

MINUTES AVERAGE (since 1981-82 season) Rank MPG Player (GP) 1. 38.0 Ashley Haynes (28) 2. 37.3 Kelly Chavez (31) 3. 37.2 Melissa Heatherly (25) 4. 36.8 Dorothy Taylor (26) 5. 36.7 Shandra Maxwell (25) 6. 36.4 Stephanie Rogers (26) 7. 36.1 Melony Waller (26) 8. 36.1 Sonia White (27) 9. 36.0 Glenda Clifton (25) 10. 35.9 Ashlee McGee (29) GAMES PLAYED Rank GP Player 1. 33 Whitney Hanley 33 Ashley Herring 33 Nicole Jamen 33 Jasmine Rayner 33 April Thomas 6. 32 Emily Pollock 7. 31 32 times by 21 different players GAMES STARTED Rank GS Player 1. 33 April Thomas 33 Ashley Herring 3. 31 Brooke Armistead 31 Kelly Chavez 31 Paige Smith 31 Brooke Armistead 31 Kelly Chavez 31 Gerlonda Hardin 31 Ashley Haynes 31 Kera Bergeron 31 Gerlonda Hardin 31 Cassandra Peek 31 Nicole Jamen

Season 2005-06 2000-01 1986-87 1985-86 1986-87 1991-92 1982-83 1993-94 1986-87 2007-08

2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09

Season 2008-09 2008-09 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2008-09

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K A N N UA L S TAT ISTICAL LEADERS SCORING Year Player Pts Avg 1977-78...... Elaine Swafford........................340............ 12.1 1978-79...... Elaine Swafford........................296............ 12.9 1979-80...... Elaine Swafford........................449............ 14.5 1980-81...... Tina Cottle...............................395............ 13.2 1981-82...... Lillian Cain...............................398............ 13.3 1982-83...... Amy Davis................................310.............11.9 1983-84...... Gayle Kinzer............................385............ 14.8 1984-85...... Dorothy Taylor..........................389............ 13.9 1985-86...... Dorothy Taylor..........................542............ 20.8 1986-87...... Shandra Maxwell.....................516............ 20.6 1987-88...... Shandra Maxwell.....................431............ 23.9 1988-89...... Shandra Maxwell.....................396............ 16.5 1989-90...... Shandra Maxwell.....................462............ 19.3 1990-91...... Tracie Mason...........................431............ 16.6 1991-92...... Jennifer Fritts...........................324............ 12.0 1992-93...... Carrie Thompson.....................399............ 15.3 1993-94...... Georgie Vaughan.....................400............ 14.3 1994-95...... Amanda Behrenbrinker............290............ 10.7 1995-96...... Simone Caldwell......................370............ 12.8 1996-97...... Amanda Behrenbrinker............499............ 17.8 1997-98...... Amanda Behrenbrinker............372............ 18.6 1998-99...... Quin Sullivan............................306............ 12.2 1999-00...... Brooke Armistead....................608............ 20.3 2000-01...... Brooke Armistead....................685............ 22.1 2001-02...... Brooke Armistead....................687............ 22.2 2002-03...... Brooke Armistead....................528............ 18.9 2003-04...... Gerlonda Hardin......................571............ 18.4 2004-05...... Kera Bergeron.........................340............ 12.6 2005-06...... Ashley Haynes.........................474............ 16.9 2006-07...... Alicia Watson...........................291............ 10.0 2007-08...... Ashley Herring.........................302............ 10.8 2008-09...... April Thomas............................340............ 13.2

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year Player Pct FG-FGA 1977-78...... Elaine Swafford.....................0.434...... 137-316 1978-79...... Carol Wood...........................0.446...... 107-240 1979-80...... Joanne Arnold.......................0.454........ 74-163 1980-81...... Tina Cottle............................0.534...... 174-326 1981-82...... Gayle Kinzer.........................0.469...... 142-303 1982-83...... Susan Wright........................0.486........ 72-148 1983-84...... Lori Harris.............................0.517........ 62-120 1984-85...... Tonita Cannon.......................0.551...... 151-274 1985-86...... Dorothy Taylor.......................0.507...... 224-442 1986-87...... Shandra Maxwell..................0.560...... 218-389 1987-88...... Shandra Maxwell..................0.587...... 178-303 1988-89...... Shandra Maxwell..................0.460...... 171-372 1989-90...... Shandra Maxwell..................0.493...... 200-406 1990-91...... Tabatha Koger......................0.495...... 110-222 1991-92...... Betsy Jeffries........................0.517...... 122-236 1992-93...... Betsy Jeffries........................0.529........ 92-174 1993-94...... Colleen Polzin.......................0.528...... 105-199 1994-95...... Colleen Polzin.......................0.510...... 105-206 1995-96...... Colleen Polzin.......................0.457........ 64-140 1996-97...... Colleen Polzin.......................0.521........ 73-140 1997-98...... Amanda Behrenbrinker.........0.461...... 135-293 1998-99...... Julie Virta..............................0.449........ 80-178 1999-00...... Tiffany Mccarley....................0.546........ 65-119 2000-01...... Gerlonda Hardin...................0.624...... 136-218 2001-02...... Gerlonda Hardin...................0.610...... 192-315 2002-03...... Gerlonda Hardin...................0.635...... 198-312 2003-04...... Gerlonda Hardin...................0.608...... 223-367 2004-05...... Ashley Haynes......................0.481...... 129-268 2005-06...... Ashley Haynes......................0.561...... 184-328 2006-07...... Kellea Reeves.......................0.584...... 115-197 2007-08...... Kellea Reeves.......................0.472........ 67-142 2008-09...... Nicole Jamen........................0.484...... 147-304

REBOUNDING Year Player Reb Avg 1977-78...... Golena Rucker.........................323.............11.5 1978-79...... Golena Rucker.........................264.............11.5 1979-80...... Golena Rucker.........................349.............11.3 1980-81...... Golena Rucker.........................262.............. 9.4 1981-82...... Joanne Arnold..........................222.............. 7.2 1982-83...... Jennifer Brown.........................193.............. 7.4 1983-84...... Gayle Kinzer............................200.............. 7.7 1984-85...... Dorothy Taylor..........................246.............. 8.8 1985-86...... Dorothy Taylor..........................240.............. 9.2 1986-87...... Shandra Maxwell.....................266............ 10.6 1987-88...... Shandra Maxwell.....................202.............11.2 1988-89...... Shandra Maxwell.....................225.............. 9.4 1989-90...... Shandra Maxwell.....................257............ 10.7 1990-91...... Tabatha Koger.........................254.............. 9.8 1991-92...... Jennifer Fritts...........................172.............. 6.4 1992-93...... Carrie Thompson.....................150.............. 5.8 1993-94...... Colleen Polzin..........................242.............. 9.3 1994-95...... Amanda Behrenbrinker............231.............. 8.6 1995-96...... Amanda Behrenbrinker............228.............. 7.9 1996-97...... Amanda Behrenbrinker............252.............. 9.0 1997-98...... Amanda Behrenbrinker............183.............. 9.2 1998-99...... Angelica Suffren......................196.............. 7.3 1999-00...... Quin Sullivan............................200.............. 7.7 2000-01...... Jocelyn Duke...........................253.............. 8.2 2001-02...... Gerlonda Hardin......................243.............. 7.8 2002-03...... Gerlonda Hardin......................253.............. 8.2 2003-04...... Ashley Haynes.........................275.............. 9.2 2004-05...... Ashley Haynes.........................230.............. 8.5 2005-06...... Ashley Haynes.........................374............ 13.4 2006-07...... Alicia Watson...........................204.............. 7.0 2007-08...... April Thomas............................180.............. 6.4 2008-09...... April Thomas............................290.............. 8.8

ASSISTS Year Player Ast Avg 1977-78...... Brenda Mcfarlin..........................63.............. 2.3 1978-79...... Susan Dillehay...........................39.............. 1.7 1979-80...... Jeanne Hinchee.......................176.............. 5.7 1980-81...... Jeanne Hinchee.......................153.............. 5.1 1981-82...... Jeanne Hinchee.......................140.............. 4.5 1982-83...... Melony Waller.......................... 111.............. 4.3 1983-84...... Kristal Holmes..........................132.............. 5.1 1984-85...... Kristal Holmes..........................116.............. 4.1 1985-86...... Lacritia Wilson.........................102.............. 3.9 1986-87...... Melissa Heatherly......................86.............. 3.4 1987-88...... Rachel Hyatt..............................92.............. 6.1 1988-89...... Madeline Sparks........................62.............. 2.6 1989-90...... Tracie Mason...........................119.............. 4.6 1990-91...... Stephanie Rogers......................76.............. 2.9 1991-92...... Stephanie Rogers......................92.............. 3.5 1992-93...... Carrie Thompson.......................90.............. 3.5 1993-94...... Sonia White...............................96.............. 3.6 1994-95...... Carrie Thompson.......................95.............. 3.5 1995-96...... Sonia White...............................83.............. 2.9 1996-97...... Tracey Drechsel.........................76.............. 2.7 1997-98...... Kai Jones...................................89.............. 3.3 1998-99...... Suffren/Chavez..........................74.............. 2.7 1999-00...... Kelly Chavez............................161.............. 5.4 2000-01...... Kelly Chavez............................178.............. 5.7 2001-02...... Kelly Chavez............................124.............. 4.0 2002-03...... Paige Smith.............................117.............. 3.9 2003-04...... Peek/Haynes...........................112.............. 3.6 2004-05...... Cassandra Peek......................110.............. 4.1 2005-06...... Saundra Hale........................... 111.............. 4.0 2006-07...... Ashlee McGee.........................105.............. 3.5 2007-08...... Ashlee McGee.........................151.............. 5.2 2008-09...... Emily Pollock...........................126.............. 3.9

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BLOCKED SHOTS Year Player Blk Avg 1980-81...... Tina Cottle.................................44.............. 1.5 1981-82...... Joanne Arnold............................45.............. 1.5 1982-83...... Jennifer Brown...........................13.............. 0.5 1983-84...... Gayle Kinzer..............................18.............. 0.7 1984-85...... Tonita Cannon............................22.............. 0.8 1985-86...... Tina Adams................................12.............. 0.7 1986-87...... Glenda Clifton............................32.............. 1.3 1987-88...... Tracie Mason.............................24.............. 1.0 1988-89...... Rita Mckinney............................18.............. 0.8 1989-90...... Tracie Mason.............................11.............. 0.4 1990-91...... Tracie Mason.............................17.............. 0.7 1991-92...... Georgie Vaughan.......................16.............. 0.6 1992-93...... Betsy Jeffries.............................20.............. 0.8 1993-94...... Sonja Cox..................................37.............. 1.3 1994-95...... Kerri Wilburn..............................24.............. 0.9 1995-96...... Amanda Behrenbrinker..............39.............. 1.3 1996-97...... Amanda Behrenbrinker..............33.............. 1.2 1997-98...... Amanda Behrenbrinker..............34.............. 1.7 1998-99...... Quin Sullivan..............................27.............. 1.1 1999-00...... Quin Sullivan..............................15.............. 0.6 2000-01...... Gerlonda Hardin........................56.............. 1.8 2001-02...... Gerlonda Hardin........................51.............. 1.6 2002-03...... Gerlonda Hardin........................57.............. 1.8 2003-04...... Gerlonda Hardin........................59.............. 1.9 2004-05...... Ashley Haynes...........................33.............. 1.2 2005-06...... Ashley Haynes...........................41.............. 1.5 2006-07...... Alicia Watson.............................18.............. 0.6 2007-08...... Janay Armstrong........................19.............. 1.3 2008-09...... Ashley Herring...........................15.............. 0.5 STEALS Year Player Stl Avg 1980-81...... Joanne Arnold............................64.............. 2.1 1981-82...... Jeanne Hinchee.........................54.............. 1.7 1982-83...... Melony Waller............................41.............. 1.6 1983-84...... Kristal Holmes............................56.............. 2.2 1984-85...... Dorothy Taylor............................53.............. 1.9 1985-86...... T. Adams/D. Taylor.....................49.............. 2.7 1986-87...... Melissa Heatherly......................38.............. 1.5 1987-88...... Tracie Mason.............................45.............. 1.9 1988-89...... Madeline Sparks........................44.............. 1.8 1989-90...... Tracie Mason.............................85.............. 3.3 1990-91...... Tracie Mason.............................72.............. 2.8 1991-92...... Stephanie Rogers......................49.............. 1.9 1992-93...... Carrie Thompson.......................67.............. 2.6 1993-94...... Sonia White...............................44.............. 1.6 1994-95...... Carrie Thompson.......................53.............. 2.0 1995-96...... Amanda Behrenbrinker..............63.............. 2.2 1996-97...... Amanda Behrenbrinker..............66.............. 2.4 1997-98...... Amanda Behrenbrinker..............66.............. 3.3 1998-99...... Angelica Suffren........................75.............. 2.8 1999-00...... Kelly Chavez..............................77.............. 2.6 2000-01...... Kelly Chavez..............................59.............. 1.9 2001-02...... Kelly Chavez..............................62.............. 2.0 2002-03...... Ashley Haynes...........................63.............. 2.0 2003-04...... Cassandra Peek........................39.............. 1.3 2004-05...... Ashley Haynes...........................52.............. 1.9 2005-06...... Saundra Hale.............................71.............. 2.5 2006-07...... Saundra Hale.............................51.............. 1.7 2007-08...... Ashlee McGee...........................46.............. 1.6 2008-09...... Emily Pollock.............................60.............. 1.9

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K F R E S H M A N S INGLE-SEASON SCORING Rank PTS 1. 608 2. 516 3. 395

Player Brooke Armistead Shandra Maxwell Tina Cottle

Season 1999-00 1986-87 1980-81

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3GM Player 1. 72 Paige Smith 2. 71 Kera Bergeron 3. 40 Whitney Hanley

Season 1999-00 2002-03 2008-09

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) Rank Pct. Player (FTM-FTA) 1. .873 Paige Smith (55-63) 2. .851 Brooke Armistead (149-175) 3. .842 Kristal Holmes (1983-84)

Season 1999-00 1999-00 1983-84

REBOUNDING Rank REB Player 1. 323 Golena Rucker 2. 266 Shandra Maxwell 3. 255 Elaine Swafford

Season 1977-78 1986-87 1977-78

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 3GA Player 1. 194 Paige Smith 2. 182 Kera Bergeron 3. 134 Kelly Chavez

Season 1999-00 2002-03 1998-99

ASSISTS Rank A 1. 132 2. 126 3. 102

Season 1983-84 2008-09 1985-86

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank FGM Player 1. 218 Shandra Maxwell 2. 211 Brooke Armistead 3. 174 Tina Cottle

Season 1986-87 1999-00 1980-81

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 30 made) Rank Pct. Player (3GM-3GA) 1. .457 Bridgett Robbins (37-81) 2. .400 Ashley Herring (38-95) 2. .390 Kera Bergeron (71-182)

Season 1994-95 2007-08 2002-03

BLOCKED SHOTS Rank B Player 1. 56 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 44 Tina Cottle 3. 24 Tracie Mason

Season 2000-01 1980-81 1987-88

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank Att Player 1. 477 Brooke Armistead 2. 389 Shandra Maxwell 3. 350 Paige Smith

Season 1999-00 1986-87 1999-00

FREE THROWS MADE Rank FTM Player 1. 149 Brooke Armistead 2. 80 Shandra Maxwell 3. 79 Tracie Mason

Season 1999-00 1986-87 1987-88

STEALS Rank 1. 2. 3.

Season 2002-03 2008-09 1999-00

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) Rank Pct. Player (FGM-FGA) 1. .624 Gerlonda Hardin (136-218) 2. .560 Shandra Maxwell (218-389) 3. .559 Kellea Reeves (38-68)

Season 2000-01 1986-87 2004-05

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank FTA Player 1. 175 Brooke Armistead 2. 140 Tracie Mason 3. 129 Gerlonda Hardin

Season 1999-00 1987-88 2000-01

S 63 60 58

Player Kristal Holmes Emily Pollock Lacritia Wilson

Player Ashley Haynes Emily Pollock Paige Smith

S O P H O M O R E SINGLE-SEASON SCORING Rank PTS 1. 685 2. 479 2. 431

Season 2000-01 2001-02 1987-88

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3GM Player 1. 105 Kera Bergeron 2. 61 Paige Smith 3. 57 Amber Bacon

Season 2003-04 2000-01 2005-06

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) Rank Pct. Player (FTM-FTA) 1. .856 Brooke Armistead (155-181) 2. .847 Paige Smith (72-85) 3. .802 Andrea Miller (69-86)

Season 2000-01 2000-01 1993-94

REBOUNDING Rank REB Player 1. 281 Joanne Arnold 2. 275 Ashley Haynes 3. 264 Golena Rucker

Season 1979-80 2003-04 1978-79

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 3GA Player 1. 277 Kera Bergeron 2. 196 Paige Smith 3. 151 Amber Bacon

Season 2003-04 2000-01 2005-06

ASSISTS Rank A 1. 176 2. 161 3. 116

Season 1979-80 1999-00 1984-85

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank FGM Player 1. 244 Brooke Armistead 2. 192 Gerlonda Hardin 3. 178 Shandra Maxwell

Season 2000-01 2001-02 1987-88

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 30 made) Rank Pct. Player (3GM-3GA) 1. .379 Kera Bergeron (105-277) 2. .377 Amber Bacon (57-151) 3. .359 Brooke Armistead (42-117)

Season 2003-04 2005-06 2000-01

BLOCKED SHOTS Rank B Player 1. 51 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 39 Amanda Behrenbrinker 3. 37 Sonja Cox

Season 2001-02 1995-96 1993-94

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank Att Player 1. 548 Brooke Armistead 2. 359 Ashley Haynes 3. 353 Paige Smith

Season 2000-01 2003-04 2000-01

FREE THROWS MADE Rank FTM Player 1. 149 Brooke Armistead 2. 80 Shandra Maxwell 3. 79 Tracie Mason

Season 1999-00 1986-87 1987-88

STEALS Rank 1. 2. 3.

Season 1999-00 1992-93 1995-96

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) Rank Pct. Player (FGM-FGA) 1. .610 Gerlonda Hardin (192-315) 2. .587 Shandra Maxwell (178-303) 3. .551 Tonita Cannon (151-274)

Season 2001-02 1987-88 1984-85

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank FTA Player 1. 155 Brooke Armistead 2. 115 Ashley Herring 3. 98 Carrie Thompson

Season 2000-01 2008-09 1992-93

Player Brooke Armistead Gerlonda Hardin Shandra Maxwell

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Player Jeanne Hinchee Kelly Chavez Kristal Holmes

Player Kelly Chavez Carrie Thompson Amanda Behrenbrinker


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K J U N I O R S I N G LE-SEASON SCORING Rank PTS 1. 608 2. 516 3. 395

Player Brooke Armistead Shandra Maxwell Tina Cottle

Season 1999-00 1986-87 1980-81

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3GM Player 1. 72 Paige Smith 2. 71 Kera Bergeron 3. 37 two players tied

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) Rank Pct. Player (FTM-FTA) 1. .873 Paige Smith (55-63) 2. .851 Brooke Armistead (149-175) 3. .842 Kristal Holmes (1983-84)

Season 1999-00 1999-00 1983-84

REBOUNDING Rank REB Player 1. 323 Golena Rucker 2. 266 Shandra Maxwell 3. 255 Elaine Swafford

Season 1977-78 1986-87 1977-78

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 3GA Player 1. 194 Paige Smith 2. 182 Kera Bergeron 3. 134 Kelly Chavez

Season 1999-00 2002-03 1998-99

ASSISTS Rank A 1. 132 2. 102 3. 96

Season 1983-84 1985-86 1999-00

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank FGM Player 1. 218 Shandra Maxwell 2. 211 Brooke Armistead 3. 174 Tina Cottle

Season 1986-87 1999-00 1980-81

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 30 made) Rank Pct. Player (3GM-3GA) 1. .457 Bridgett Robbins (37-81) 2. .390 Kera Bergeron (71-182) 3. .371 Paige Smith (72-194)

Season 1994-95 2002-03 1999-00

BLOCKED SHOTS Rank B Player 1. 56 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 44 Tina Cottle 3. 24 Tracie Mason

Season 2000-01 1980-81 1987-88

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank Att Player 1. 477 Brooke Armistead 2. 389 Shandra Maxwell 3. 350 Paige Smith

Season 1999-00 1986-87 1999-00

FREE THROWS MADE Rank FTM Player 1. 149 Brooke Armistead 2. 80 Shandra Maxwell 3. 79 Tracie Mason

Season 1999-00 1986-87 1987-88

STEALS Rank 1. 2. 3.

Season 2002-03 1999-00 1983-84

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) Rank Pct. Player (FGM-FGA) 1. .624 Gerlonda Hardin (136-218) 2. .560 Shandra Maxwell (218-389) 3. .559 Kellea Reeves (38-68)

Season 2000-01 1986-87 2004-05

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank FTA Player 1. 175 Brooke Armistead 2. 140 Tracie Mason 3. 129 Gerlonda Hardin

Season 1999-00 1987-88 2000-01

Season 2000-01 2001-02 2008-09

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3GM Player 1. 105 Kera Bergeron 2. 61 Paige Smith 3. 57 Amber Bacon

Season 2003-04 2000-01 2005-06

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) Rank Pct. Player (FTM-FTA) 1. .856 Brooke Armistead (155-181) 2. .847 Paige Smith (72-85) 3. .802 Andrea Miller (69-86)

Season 2000-01 2000-01 1993-94

REBOUNDING Rank REB Player 1. 290 April Thomas 2. 281 Joanne Arnold 3. 275 Ashley Haynes

Season 2008-09 1979-80 2003-04

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 3GA Player 1. 277 Kera Bergeron 2. 196 Paige Smith 3. 151 Amber Bacon

Season 2003-04 2000-01 2005-06

ASSISTS Rank A 1. 176 2. 161 3. 151

Season 1979-80 1999-00 2007-08

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank FGM Player 1. 244 Brooke Armistead 2. 192 Gerlonda Hardin 3. 178 Shandra Maxwell

Season 2000-01 2001-02 1987-88

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 30 made) Rank Pct. Player (3GM-3GA) 1. .379 Kera Bergeron (105-277) 2. .377 Amber Bacon (57-151) 3. .359 Brooke Armistead (42-117)

Season 2003-04 2005-06 2000-01

BLOCKED SHOTS Rank B Player 1. 51 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 39 Amanda Behrenbrinker 3. 37 Sonja Cox

Season 2001-02 1995-96 1993-94

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank Att Player 1. 548 Brooke Armistead 2. 359 Ashley Haynes 3. 353 Paige Smith 353 April Thomas

Season 2000-01 2003-04 2000-01 2008-09

FREE THROWS MADE Rank FTM Player 1. 149 Brooke Armistead 2. 95 April Thomas 3. 80 Shandra Maxwell

Season 1999-00 2008-09 1986-87

STEALS Rank 1. 2. 3.

Season 1999-00 1992-93 1995-96

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) Rank Pct. Player (FGM-FGA) 1. .610 Gerlonda Hardin (192-315) 2. .587 Shandra Maxwell (178-303) 3. .551 Tonita Cannon (151-274)

Season 2001-02 1987-88 1984-85

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank FTA Player 1. 155 Brooke Armistead 2. 135 April Thomas 3. 98 Carrie Thompson

Season 2000-01 2008-09 1992-93

Season 1999-00 2002-03

S 63 58 56

Player Kristal Holmes Lacritia Wilson Paige Smith

Player Ashley Haynes Paige Smith Kristal Holmes

S E N I O R S I N G LE-SEASON SCORING Rank PTS 1. 685 2. 479 3. 434

Player Brooke Armistead Gerlonda Hardin April Thomas

S 77 67 63

Player Jeanne Hinchee Kelly Chavez Ashlee McGee

Player Kelly Chavez Carrie Thompson Amanda Behrenbrinker

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K I N D I V I DUA L CAREER NOTES: Austin Peay women’s basketball restarted in 1970 under the auspices of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. The Ohio Valley Conference began sponsoring women’s basketball beginning with the 1978-79 season. Statistics for the period from 1970-71 to 1977-78 are incomplete and are not included here. If you have information for these years please contact the Austin Peay sports information office. Scoring, rebounding, assists, blocked shots and steals are ranked on total number and on per-game average; shooting, on percentage. In statistical rankings, the rounding of percentages and/or averages may indicate ties where none exist. In these cases, the numerical order of the rankings is accurate. Players names in boldface are currently active. SCORING Seasons 1. Brooke Armistead........... 1999-03 2. Gerlonda Hardin............. 2000-04 3. Shandra Maxwell............ 1986-90 4. Ashley Haynes............... 2002-06 5. Amanda Behrenbrinker ..... 1994-98 6. Tracie Mason.................. 1987-91 7. Paige Smith.................... 1999-03 8. Elaine Swafford.............. 1977-81 9. Georgie Vaughan........... 1991-95 10. Golena Rucker............... 1977-81 11. Carrie Thompson............ 1991-96 12. Sonja Cox....................... 1992-96 13. Kera Bergeron................ 2002-05 14. Dorothy Taylor................ 1984-86 15. Sonia White.................... 1992-96 16. Valerie Malone................ 1981-85 17. Colleen Polzin................ 1993-97 18. Amy Davis...................... 1982-85 19. Kellea Reeves................ 2004-08 20. Angelica Suffren............. 1995-99

GP FGM 3GM FTM 120 873 161 601 124 749 0 365 91 767 0 271 116 625 10 237 104 525 37 355 93 473 19 361 122 434 243 213 108 523 0 261 107 421 155 214 110 513 0 180 105 382 97 257 107 377 45 204 89 329 258 61 54 382 0 167 107 329 51 217 109 388 0 115 106 347 1 192 72 367 0 125 108 331 0 180 110 338 3 157

Pts. 2508 1863 1805 1497 1442 1326 1324 1307 1211 1206 1118 1003 977 931 926 891 887 859 842 836

Avg. 20.9 15.0 19.8 12.9 13.9 14.3 10.9 12.1 11.3 11.0 10.6 9.4 11.0 17.2 8.7 8.2 8.4 11.9 7.8 7.6

REBOUNDING Seasons 1. Golena Rucker.................................................... 1977-81 2. Ashley Haynes.................................................... 2002-06 3. Gerlonda Hardin.................................................. 2000-04 4. Shandra Maxwell................................................. 1986-90 5. Amanda Behrenbrinker....................................... 1994-98 6. Joanne Arnold..................................................... 1978-82 7. Colleen Polzin..................................................... 1993-97 8. Elaine Swafford................................................... 1977-81 8. Tracie Mason....................................................... 1987-91 9. Angelica Suffren.................................................. 1995-99 10. Valerie Malone..................................................... 1981-85 11. Dorothy Taylor..................................................... 1984-86 12. Connie Sinks....................................................... 1978-82 13. Lori Harris............................................................ 1983-86 Brooke Armistead................................................ 1999-03 16. Georgie Vaughan................................................ 1991-95 17. Jametta Bland..................................................... 1991-94 18. Carrie Thompson................................................. 1991-96 19. Sonja Cox............................................................ 1992-96 20. Betsy Jeffries....................................................... 1989-93

SCORING AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) Rank PPG Player (GP) Season 1. 20.9 Brooke Armistead (120) 1999-03 2. 19.8 Shandra Maxwell (91) 1986-90 3. 17.2 Dorothy Taylor (54) 1984-86 4. 15.7 Gayle Kinzer (46) 1981-82,83-84 5. 15.0 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 2000-04 6. 14.6 Simone Caldwell (57) 1995-97 7. 14.3 Tracie Mason (93) 1987-91 8. 13.9 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 1994-98 9. 12.9 Ashley Haynes (116) 2002-06 10. 12.1 Elaine Swafford (108) 1977-81

FIELD GOALS MADE Rank FGM Player (GP) 1. 873 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 767 Shandra Maxwell (91) 3. 749 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 4. 625 Ashley Haynes (116) 5. 525 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 6. 523 Elaine Swafford (108) 7. 513 Golena Rucker (110) 8. 473 Tracie Mason (93) 9. 434 Paige Smith (122) 10. 421 Georgie Vaughan (107)

Season 1999-03 1986-90 2000-04 2002-06 1994-98 1977-81 1977-81 1987-91 1999-03 1991-95

REBOUNDING AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) Rank RPG Player (GP) Season 1. 10.9 Golena Rucker (110) 1977-81 2. 10.4 Shandra Maxwell (91) 1986-90 5. 9.3 Ashley Haynes (116) 2002-06 3. 9.0 Dorothy Taylor (54) 1984-86 4. 8.6 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 1994-98 6. 7.9 Gayle Kinzer (46) 1981-82,83-84 7. 7.9 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 2000-04 8. 7.9 Tabatha Koger (45) 1989-91 9. 7.7 April Thomas (61) 2007-09 9. 7.5 Joanne Arnold (111) 1978-82 10. 7.2 Colleen Polzin (106) 1993-97

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank Att Player (GP) 1. 1880 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 1470 Shandra Maxwell (91) 3. 1304 Golena Rucker (110) 4. 1242 Ashley Haynes (116) 5. 1212 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 6. 1196 Elaine Swafford (108) 7. 1194 Tracie Mason (93) 8. 1184 Paige Smith (122) 9. 1130 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 10. 1059 Georgie Vaughan (107)

Season 1999-03 1986-90 1977-81 2002-06 2000-04 1977-81 1987-91 1999-03 1994-98 1991-95

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FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 200 FGM) Rank Pct. Player (FGM-FGA) Season 1. .618 Gerlonda Hardin (749-1212) 2000-04 2. .529 Kellea Reeves (331-626) 2004-08 3. .522 Shandra Maxwell (767-1470) 1986-90 4. .507 Colleen Polzin (347-685) 1993-97 5. .503 Ashley Haynes (625-1242) 2002-06 6. .505 Dorothy Taylor (382-757) 1984-86 7. .502 Betsy Jeffries (282-562) 1989-93 8. .488 Gayle Kinzer (314-644) 1981-82,83-84 9. .465 A. Behrenbrinker (525-1130) 1994-98 10. .464 Brooke Armistead (873-1880) 1999-03

GP 110 116 124 91 104 111 106 108 93 110 109 54 113 80 120 107 80 105 107 98

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3GM Player (GP) 1. 258 Kera Bergeron (89) 2. 243 Paige Smith (122) 3. 165 Kelly Chavez (120) 4. 161 Brooke Armistead (120) 5. 155 Georgie Vaughan (107) 6. 134 Amber Bacon (85) 7. 108 Cassandra Peek (119) 8. 98 Stephanie Rogers (52) 9. 97 Carrie Thompson (105) 10. 86 Ashley Herring (61)

Reb. 1198 1080 982 950 894 836 765 718 664 547 524 486 475 467 463 459 454 443 432 424

Avg. 10.9 10.4 7.9 10.4 8.6 7.5 7.2 6.6 7.1 5.0 4.8 9.0 4.2 5.8 3.9 4.3 5.7 4.2 4.0 4.3

Season 2002-05 1999-03 1997-02 1999-03 1991-95 2004-08 2001-05 1990-92 1991-96 2007-09

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rank 3GA Player (GP) Season 1. 722 Paige Smith (122) 1999-03 2. 695 Kera Bergeron (89) 2002-05 3. 562 Kelly Chavez (120) 1997-02 4. 446 Brooke Armistead (120) 1999-03 5. 425 Georgie Vaughan (107) 1991-95 6. 365 Amber Bacon (85) 2004-08 7. 331 Cassandra Peek (119) 2001-05 8. 297 Carrie Thompson (105) 1991-96 9. 295 Stephanie Rogers (52) 1990-92 10. 269 Saundra Hale (58) 2005-07 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 3GM) Rank Pct. Player (3GM-3GA) Season 1. .371 Kera Bergeron (258-695) 2002-05 2. .367 Amber Bacon (134-365) 2004-08 3. .367 Melissa Heatherly (62-169) 1986-88 4. .365 Andrea Miller (85-233) 1992-94,96-97 5. .365 Georgie Vaughan (155-425) 1991-95 6. .361 Brooke Armistead (161-446) 1999-03 7. .337 Paige Smith (243-722) 1999-03 8. .332 Stephanie Rogers (98-295) 1990-92 9. .331 Sonia White (51-154) 1992-96 10. .327 Carrie Thompson (97-297) 1991-96

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K I N D I V I DUA L CAREER FREE THROWS MADE Rank FTM Player (GP) 1. 601 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 365 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 3. 361 Tracie Mason (93) 4. 355 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 5. 271 Shandra Maxwell (91) 6. 261 Elaine Swafford (108) 7. 257 Carrie Thompson (105) 8. 237 Ashley Haynes (116) 9. 231 Simone Caldwell (57) 10. 217 Sonia White (107)

Season 1999-03 2000-04 1987-91 1994-98 1986-90 1977-81 1991-96 2002-06 1995-97 1992-96

BLOCKED SHOTS Rank B Player 1. 223 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 124 Amanda Behrenbrinker 3. 119 Ashley Haynes 4. 102 Joanne Arnold 5. 93 Sonja Cox 6. 69 Tracie Mason 7. 65 Angelica Suffren 8. 52 Georgie Vaughan 9. 51 Alicia Watson 10. 44 Tina Cottle

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Rank FTA Player (GP) 1. 694 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 555 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 3. 539 Tracie Mason (93) 4. 526 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 5. 417 Shandra Maxwell (91) 6. 395 Ashley Haynes (116) 7. 372 Colleen Polzin (106) 8. 353 Simone Caldwell (57) 9. 336 Carrie Thompson (105) 10. 310 Sonja Cox (107)

Season 1999-03 2000-04 1987-91 1994-98 1986-90 2002-06 1993-97 1995-97 1991-96 1992-96

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) Rank BPG Player (GP) Season 1. 1.8 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 2000-04 2. 1.2 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 1994-98 3. 1.0 Ashley Haynes (116) 2002-06 4. 0.9 Joanne Arnold (111) 1978-82 5. 0.9 Sonja Cox (107) 1992-96 6. 0.8 Quin Sullivan (51) 1998-00 7. 0.7 Tracie Mason (93) 1987-91 8. 0.7 Kerri Wilburn (55) 1993-95 9. 0.6 Angelica Suffren (110) 1995-99 10. 0.5 Alicia Watson (97) 2002-05, 06-07

MINUTES AVERAGE (since 1981-82 season, min. 20 GP) Rank MPG Player (GP) Season 1. 35.3 Dorothy Taylor (54) 1984-86 2. 34.9 Shandra Maxwell (91) 1986-90 3. 34.7 Melissa Heatherly (49) 1986-88 4. 34.0 Paige Smith (122) 1999-03 5. 33.8 Saundra Hale (58) 2005-07 6. 33.8 Stephanie Rogers (52) 1990-92 7. 33.3 Tracie Mason (93) 1987-91 8. 33.1 Ashley Haynes (116) 2002-06 9. 33.0 Kelly Chavez (120) 1997-02 10. 32.9 Brooke Armistead (120) 1999-03

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) Rank Pct. Player (FTM-FTA) 1. .866 Brooke Armistead (601-694) 2. .852 Paige Smith (213-250) 3. .843 Georgie Vaughan (214-254) 4. .821 Kristal Holmes (115-140) 5. .792 Sonia White (217-274) 6. .781 Stephanie Rogers (75-96) 7. .780 Dorothy Taylor (167-214) 8. .768 Elaine Swafford (261-340) 9. .766 Kelly Chavez (160-209) 10. .765 Carrie Thompson (257-336)

Season 1999-03 1999-03 1991-95 1983-86 1992-96 1990-92 1984-86 1977-81 1997-02 1991-96

STEALS Rank S 1. 243 2. 242 3. 224 4. 215 5. 211 6. 207 6. 177 7. 157 9. 137 10. 131

ASSISTS Rank A 1. 537 2. 507 3. 435 4. 387 5. 335 335 7. 323 8. 322 9. 295 10. 281

Season 2000-04 1999-03 1997-02 1999-03 2001-05 2002-06 1978-82 1978-82 1978-82 1995-99 1977-81

Season 1997-02 1978-82 1999-03 2002-06 2001-05 2004-08 1991-96 1987-91 1992-96 1983-86

STEALS AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) Rank SPG Player (GP) 1. 2.6 Tracie Mason (93) 2. 2.2 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 3. 2.1 Saundra Hale (58) 4. 2.0 Carrie Thompson (105) 5. 2.0 Kelly Chavez (120) 6. 2.0 Simone Caldwell (57) 7. 1.9 Angelica Suffren (110) 8. 1.9 Dorothy Taylor (54) 9. 1.8 Stephanie Rogers (52) 10. 1.8 Ashley Haynes (116)

GAMES PLAYED Rank GP Player 1. 124 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 122 Paige Smith 3. 120 Kelly Chavez 120 Brooke Armistead 5. 119 Cassandra Peek 6. 116 Ashley Haynes 7. 115 Jeanne Hinchee 8. 113 Connie Sinks 9. 111 Joanne Arnold 10. 110 Angelica Suffren 110 Golena Rucker GAMES STARTED Rank GS Player 1. 119 Paige Smith 2. 118 Brooke Armistead 3. 117 Kelly Chavez 4. 116 Ashley Haynes 5. 110 Gerlonda Hardin 6. 103 Sonia White 7. 90 Shandra Maxwell 8. 88 Tracie Mason 9. 85 Carrie Thompson 10. 82 Georgie Vaughan

Season 1999-03 1999-03 1997-02 2002-06 2000-04 1992-96 1986-90 1987-91 1991-96 1991-95

Player Kelly Chavez Jeanne Hinchee Paige Smith Ashley Haynes Cassandra Peek Ashlee McGee Carrie Thompson Tracie Mason Sonia White Kristal Holmes

ASSISTS AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) Rank APG Player (GP) 1. 4.5 Kristal Holmes (62) 2. 4.5 Kelly Chavez (120) 3. 4.4 Jeanne Hinchee (115) 4. 3.6 Paige Smith (122) 5. 3.5 Tracie Mason (93) 6. 3.3 Ashley Haynes (116) 7. 3.3 Saundra Hale (58) 8. 3.2 Stephanie Rogers (52) 9. 3.1 Carrie Thompson (105) 10. 3.1 Ashlee McGee (109)

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Season 2000-04 1994-98 2002-06 1978-82 1992-96 1987-91 1995-99 1991-95 2002-05, 06-07 1980-81

Player Tracie Mason Kelly Chavez Amanda Behrenbrinker Carrie Thompson Angelica Suffren Ashley Haynes Paige Smith Sonia White Joanne Arnold Jeanne Hinchee

Season 1987-91 1997-02 1994-98 1991-96 1995-99 2002-06 1999-03 1992-96 1978-82 1978-82 Season 1987-91 1994-98 2005-07 1991-96 1997-02 1995-97 1995-99 1984-86 1990-92 2002-06

MINUTES (since 1981-82 season) Rank MIN Player 1. 4144 Paige Smith 2. 3954 Kelly Chavez 3. 3953 Brooke Armistead 4. 3843 Ashley Haynes 5. 3415 Sonia White 6. 3176 Shandra Maxwell 7. 3132 Carrie Thompson 8. 3095 Tracie Mason 9. 3092 Gerlonda Hardin 10. 2959 Amanda Behrenbrinker

Season 1999-03 1997-02 1999-03 2002-06 1992-96 1986-90 1991-96 1987-91 2000-04 1994-98

Season 1983-86 1997-02 1978-82 1999-03 1987-91 2002-06 2005-07 1990-92 1991-96 2004-08

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD B O O K A L L -T I M E N CAA TOURNAMENT RESULT S YEAR LOCATION 1996 2001 2002 2003 2004 2009

Clemson, S.C. Knoxville, Tenn. West Lafayette, Ind. Boulder, Colo. Baton Rouge, La. East Lansing, Mich.

REGION (APSU SEED) Midwest (14) Mideast (16) Mideast (15) Mideast (14) West (13) West (16)

OPPONENT (SEED)

Clemson (3) Tennessee (1) Purdue (2) North Carolina (3) LSU (4) Duke (1)

RESULT L, 52-79 L, 38-80 L, 49-80 L, 70-72 L, 66-83 L, 42-83

ATT. 3312 8129 5139 4237 5849 3983

LEADING SCORER(S) (14) Carrie Thompson (20) Brooke Armistead (19) Gerlonda Hardin (30) Brooke Armistead (20) Kera Bergeron (13) Emily Pollock

N CA A TO U R NAMENT RECORDS SINGLE GAME – INDIVIDUAL

Most Points (Top 5) Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003).................... 30 Brooke Armistead, at Tennessee (2001).......................... 20 Kera Bergeron, at LSU (2004).......................................... 20 Gerlonda Hardin, at Purdue (2002).................................. 19 Gerlonda Hardin, nt. North Carolina (2003)...................... 16 Most Field Goals Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003).................... 10 Most Field Goal Attempts Brooke Armistead, at Tennessee (2001).......................... 21 Best Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 FGM) Gerlonda Hardin, nt. North Carolina (2003)...........(6-7) .857 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003)...................... 6 Kera Bergeron, at LSU (2004)............................................ 6

SINGLE GAME – TEAM

Most Points nt. North Carolina (2003).................................................. 70 Most Field Goals nt. North Carolina (2003).................................................. 26 Most Field Goal Attempts at Clemson (1996)............................................................ 65 Best Field Goal Percentage at LSU (2004)....................................................(24-55) .436 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made at LSU (2004)....................................................................11 Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts nt. North Carolina (2003).................................................. 28 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage at LSU (2004)....................................................(11-24) .458

Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Kera Bergeron, at LSU (2004).......................................... 14

Most Free Throws Made at Clemson (1996)............................................................ 15

Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 2 3GM) Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003).......(6-10) .600

Most Free Throw Attempts at Clemson (1996)............................................................ 31

Most Free Throws Made Brooke Armistead, at Tennessee (2002)............................ 8

Best Free Throw Percentage at LSU (2004)......................................................(7-10) .700

Most Free Throw Attempts Simone Caldwell, at Clemson (1996)................................. 9

Most Rebounds at Clemson (1996)............................................................ 39

Best Free Throw Percentage (min. 3 FTM) Brooke Armistead, at Tennessee (2001).............(8-8) 1.000

Most Assists nt. North Carolina (2003).................................................. 21

Most Rebounds Amanda Behrenbrinker, at Clemson (1996)..................... 14 Gerlonda Hardin, nt. North Carolina (2003)...................... 10 Ashley Haynes, at LSU (2004)........................................... 9 Ashley Haynes, nt. North Carolina (2003).......................... 8

Most Steals at Purdue (2002)............................................................... 14

Most Assists Simone Caldwell, at Clemson (1996)................................. 7 Most Steals Simone Caldwell, at Clemson (1996)................................. 5 Most Blocked Shots Gerlonda Hardin, at Tennessee (2001).............................. 7

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Most Blocked Shots at Tennessee (2001)........................................................... 7

LEADING REBOUNDER(S)

(14) Amanda Behrenbrinker (6) Gerlonda Hardin/Brooke Armistead (5) Gerlonda Hardin (10) Gerlonda Hardin (9) Ashley Haynes (6) Jasmine Rayner/Nicole Jamen


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-Y E A R R E S U LT S NOTES: Austin Peay women’s basketball began play during the 1972-73 season under the auspices of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. The Ohio Valley Conference began sponsoring women’s athletics beginning with the 1977-78 season. Known Ohio Valley Conference regular-season matches are noted with a bullet (•) prior to the opponent’s name. Match locations are indicated in parentheses after the opponents name as follows: (H)=home, (A)=away, (N)=neutral and (*)=unknown. Numbers in brackets following opponents name are that team’s poll rankings (Associated Press/WBCA Coaches Poll), when known. Internal records for the period from 1972-1976 are incomplete and are not included here. If you have information for these years please contact the Austin Peay sports information office.

1976-77

RECORD: 3-17 COACH: Betty Child Date Opponent Result 11/24 Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 28-50 11/27 Tennessee Wesleyan (H) L, 58-60 12/3 Vanderbilt (A) W, 75-41 12/13 East Tennessee (A) L, 49-64 12/14 Carson-Newman (A) W, 58-41 12/15 Milligan (A) W, 88-29 1/11 Western Kentucky (H) L, 55-70 1/15 Murray State (H) L, 52-53 Tennessee Tech Invitational • Cookeville, Tenn. 1/21 Tennessee-Martin (N) L, 53-88 1/22 Chattanooga (N) L, 64-78 1/24 Middle Tennessee (H) L, 52-82 1/29 Vanderbilt (H) L, 39-49 2/1 Tennessee Wesleyan (A) L, 45-57 2/4 Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 50-63 2/8 Western Kentucky (A) L, 49-78 2/11 Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 42-60 2/19 Middle Tennessee (A) L, 46-82 2/26 Murray State (A) L, 42-65 Tennessee College Women’s Sports Federation Tournament • Cookeville, Tenn. 3/3 Lincoln (Tenn.) (N) L, 38-84 3/4 Carson-Newman (N) L, 53-61

1977-78

RECORD: 11-17 (0-9 OVC) COACH: Janine Cox • TCWSF STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result 11/19 Union (Tenn.) (A) L, 69-74 11/21 Lambuth (A) L, 51-67 11/28 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 60-57 12/1 Lipscomb (A) W, 73-47 12/5 Lambuth (H) L, 45-60 12/10 Vanderbilt (H) W, 81-61 12/12 Union (Tenn.) (H) L, 54-82 1/7 Tusculum (A) W, 62-57 1/9 • East Tennessee (H) L, 59-70 1/14 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 52-77 1/21 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 52-90 1/23 • Western Kentucky (H) L, 49-63 1/28 • Murray State (H) L, 49-64 1/31 Lipscomb (H) W, 93-41 2/4 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 49-73 2/6 East Tennessee (H) W, 70-63 2/11 Vanderbilt (A) L, 70-75 OT 2/15 • Morehead State (H) L, 56-63 2/18 Western Kentucky (A) L, 52-74 2/20 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 70-72 2/25 • Murray State (A) L, 58-79

Tennessee College Women’s Sports Federation Tournament • Clarksville, Tenn. 3/1 Milligan (H) W, 88-68 3/2 Union (Tenn.) (H) W, 88-82 3/3 Chattanooga (H) W, 71-68 3/4 Lambuth (H) W, 59-55 AIAW Small College Southern Region II Championship • Bridgewater, Va. 3/9 South Carolina State (N) L, 56-90 3/10 Mars Hill (N) L, 78-80 OT

1978-79

RECORD: 5-18 (1-10 OVC) COACH: Janine Cox Date Opponent Result 11/20 Lambuth (H) W, 75-71 11/28 Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 67-74 12/2 Union (Tenn.) (A) L, 100-105 12/4 Lambuth (A) L, 55-63 12/6 Chattanooga (A) L, 62-64 12/9 Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 68-65 1/6 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 65-83 1/8 East Tennessee (H) W, 58-45 1/13 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 64-75 1/15 • Morehead State (A) L, 63-79 1/20 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 57-69 1/22 • Western Kentucky (A) L, 57-85 1/27 • Murray State (A) L, 54-77 1/30 Union (Tenn.) (H) L, 62-80 2/3 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 53-116 2/5 East Tennessee (A) L, 60-91 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament 2/8 • Morehead State (A) L, 54-67 2/16 Chattanooga (H) L, 60-69 2/17 • Western Kentucky (H) L, 67-91 2/19 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 77-90 2/24 • Murray State (H) W, 76-62 Tennessee College Women’s Sports Federation Tournament • Maryville, Tenn. 3/1 Lipscomb (N) W, 57-52 3/2 Carson-Newman (N) L, 61-74

1979-80

RECORD: 18-13 (4-2 OVC) COACH: Pam Davidson Date Opponent Result 11/12 Fort Campbell (H) W, 116-52 11/20 Lambuth (A) L, 49-66 11/27 Lipscomb (H) W, 60-46 12/1 Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 89-52 Ohio Valley Conference Tip-Off Classic • Murfreesboro, Tenn. 12/3 Eastern Kentucky (N) W, 66-65 12/4 Tennessee Tech [14/—] (N) W, 75-69 12/5 Morehead State (N) L, 40-66 12/7 Covenant (H) W, 89-65 Tennessee-Martin Christmas Invitational • Martin, Tenn. 12/14 Arkansas-Little Rock (N) W, 78-54 12/15 Vanderbilt (N) L, 56-77 12/16 Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 52-59 1/5 • Tennessee Tech (A) W, 74-63 1/8 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 75-61 1/10 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 68-50 1/12 • Morehead State (H) L, 58-66 1/17 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 48-72 1/19 • Western Kentucky (H) W, 56-55 1/22 Lipscomb (A) W, 70-56 1/24 • Murray State (H) W, 69-62 1/26 Tennessee State (A) L, 65-72 1/28 Union (Tenn.) (A) L, 63-78 2/1 Covenant (A) W, 93-73 2/2 Tennessee Wesleyan (A) W, 71-61

2/5 Carson-Newman (H) L, 56-76 2/8 Maryville (A) W, 81-53 2/14 Western Kentucky (A) L, 53-64 2/16 Middle Tennessee (H) L, 59-67 2/21 Murray State (A) L, 72-73 2/23 Tennessee State (H) W, 89-78 Tennessee College Women’s Sports Federation Tournament • Jackson, Tenn. 2/28 Knoxville College (N) W, 74-58 2/29 Union (Tenn.) (A) L, 73-114

1980-81

RECORD: 16-14 (0-6 OVC) COACH: Pam Davidson Date Opponent Result 11/13 Freed-Hardeman (H) W, 73-66 11/15 Lipscomb (A) L, 52-61 11/21 Lipscomb (H) W, 79-47 11/25 Lambuth (H) W, 75-69 12/1 Chattanooga (A) L, 52-72 12/6 Fisk (H) W, 69-40 Tennessee-Martin Christmas Invitational • Martin, Tenn. 12/12 Troy (N) W, 87-74 12/13 Vanderbilt (N) L, 69-71 12/14 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 70-67 12/15 Tennessee Wesleyan (H) W, 75-64 12/20 Vanderbilt (H) L, 57-58 1/3 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 68-78 1/5 Fort Campbell (H) W, 111-37 1/8 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 62-74 1/10 • Morehead State (A) L, 49-56 1/15 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 67-87 1/17 Western Kentucky (A) L, 55-66 1/19 Fort Campbell (A) W, 77-55 1/22 • Murray State (A) L, 75-76 1/24 Carson-Newman (H) W, 76-59 1/29 Memphis (A) L, 61-84 1/31 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 60-55 2/5 Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 70-58 2/7 Maryville (H) W, 82-67 2/9 Chattanooga (H) L, 75-76 2/12 Western Kentucky (H) W, 93-88 2/14 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 65-74 2/19 Murray State (H) W, 72-66 2/21 Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 68-61 Tennessee College Women’s Sports Federation Tournament • Memphis, Tenn. 2/28 Tennessee-Martin (N) L, 53-54

1981-82

RECORD: 10-21 (2-10 OVC) COACH: Pam Davidson Date Opponent Result 11/19 Lipscomb (A) W, 85-71 11/21 Freed-Hardeman (A) W, 65-63 11/24 Chattanooga (A) L, 54-63 Lady Govs Invitational • Clarksville, Tenn. 11/27 Alabama-Huntsville (H) L, 65-77 11/28 Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 68-74 11/30 Lipscomb (H) W, 81-59 12/2 Vanderbilt (A) L, 74-80 12/7 Memphis (H) L, 59-90 12/10 Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 53-73 12/17 Alabama-Huntsville (A) L, 72-76 12/19 • Western Kentucky (A) W, 89-77 New Year’s Classic • Miami, Fla. 1/2 Miami (Ohio) (N) L, 64-83 1/3 Lewis (Ill.) (N) W, 63-58 1/4 Miami (Fla.) (A) L, 52-74 1/6 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 69-62 1/9 • Murray State (A) L, 64-69

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-Y E A R R E S U LT S 1/14 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 77-72 1/16 • Morehead State (H) L, 48-73 1/21 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 65-99 1/23 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 73-85 1/28 • Western Kentucky (H) L, 57-80 2/6 • Murray State (H) L, 56-62 2/11 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 62-79 2/13 • Morehead State (A) L, 61-72 2/18 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 63-87 2/20 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 64-68 Tennessee College Women’s Sports Federation Tournament • Chattanooga, Tenn. 2/28 Tennessee-Martin (N) W, 74-61 3/1 Vanderbilt (N) L, 76-78 3/2 East Tennessee (N) W, 67-64 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Cookeville, Tenn. 3/3 Western Kentucky (N) W, 72-69 3/4 Tennessee Tech (A) L, 64-74

1982-83

RECORD: 2-24 (1-9 OVC) COACH: Pam Davidson Date Opponent Result 11/29 Lipscomb (H) L, 78-81 12/1 Vanderbilt (H) L, 47-94 12/3 Evansville (A) L, 55-62 12/7 Belmont (H) L, 62-65 12/10 Mississippi (A) L, 48-102 12/11 Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 68-82 Dial Classic • Auburn, Ala. 12/17 Auburn (A) L, 30-66 12/18 Southern Mississippi (N) L, 69-102 12/30 South Florida (A) L, 61-87 Rollins Invitational • Winter Park, Fla. 12/31 Florida Southern (N) W, 60-56 1/1 Rollins (A) L, 69-71 1/7 • Morehead State (H) L, 59-73 1/8 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 64-65 1/13 North Alabama (A) L, 49-76 1/15 Freed-Hardeman (H) L, 64-67 1/22 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 64-75 1/28 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 52-74 1/29 • Murray State (A) L, 72-81 2/4 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 54-55 2/5 • Morehead State (A) L, 66-84 2/10 Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 74-76 2/12 Chattanooga (H) L, 58-91 2/17 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 55-84 2/25 • Murray State (H) W, 83-72 2/26 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 73-87 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Cookeville, Tenn. 3/8 Morehead State (N) L, 52-71

1983-84

Date 11/21 12/3 12/10 12/13 12/15 12/19 1/5 1/7 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/24 1/26

RECORD: 15-11 (6-8 OVC) COACH: Pam Davidson Opponent Result Tennessee Wesleyan (H) W, 78-76 Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 88-62 Arkansas State (H) W, 67-50 Bethel (A) W, 78-58 Freed-Hardeman (H) W, 88-73 Evansville (H) W, 73-59 Lipscomb (A) W, 71-63 Chattanooga (H) L, 58-77 • Youngstown State (A) W, 81-78 • Akron (A) W, 74-68 • Morehead State (H) W, 64-51 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 58-68 Bethel (H) W, 86-66 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 76-84 OT

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1/28 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/23 2/25 2/28 3/3

• Tennessee Tech (A) North Alabama (H) • Murray State (A) South Florida (H) • Middle Tennessee (H) • Tennessee Tech (H) • Youngstown State (H) • Akron (H) • Morehead State (A) • Eastern Kentucky (A) Tennessee-Martin (A) • Murray State (H)

L, 66-80 L, 52-71 L, 68-70 L, 69-77 L, 74-87 L, 61-76 W, 99-98 OT2 W, 79-67 L, 57-73 L, 60-68 W, 94-87 OT W, 79-69

1984-85

RECORD: 19-9 (7-7 OVC) COACH: Marvin Williams Date Opponent Result 11/9 Tennessee Wesleyan (H) W, 83-64 11/10 Cumberland (H) W, 80-72 11/17 Southern Indiana (A) W, 77-72 11/20 Tennessee Wesleyan (A) W, 69-64 11/28 Chattanooga (A) W, 82-65 12/1 Arkansas State (A) L, 63-68 Sycamore Invitational • Terre Haute, Ind. 12/7 Marshall (N) W, 75-74 12/8 Indiana State (A) W, 68-50 12/15 Evansville (A) W, 75-64 1/4 Belmont (H) W, 60-38 1/5 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 101-55 1/9 • Murray State (H) W, 89-59 1/12 • Youngstown State (H) W, 77-68 1/14 • Akron (H) W, 81-69 1/17 Southern Indiana (H) W, 85-72 1/19 • Morehead State (A) L, 59-64 1/21 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 67-72 1/26 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 58-80 1/28 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 72-80 2/2 • Murray State (H) W, 68-63 2/4 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 103-61 2/9 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 75-86 2/11 • Tennessee Tech (A) W, 73-64 2/16 • Youngstown State (A) L, 84-88 2/18 • Akron (A) L, 63-65 2/23 • Morehead State (H) W, 66-65 2/25 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 62-61 OT Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Murfreesboro, Tenn. 3/5 Middle Tennessee (A) L, 77-82

1985-86

Date 11/22 11/23 11/26 11/27 12/5 12/7 1/3 1/4 1/9 1/11 1/13 1/14 1/18 1/20 1/25 1/27 2/1 2/4 2/8

RECORD: 14-12 (5-9 OVC) COACH: Marvin Williams Opponent Result Chattanooga (H) W, 77-55 Lipscomb (H) W, 100-85 Evansville (H) W, 91-74 Southern Indiana (A) W, 76-61 Belmont (A) W, 70-52 Cumberland (H) L, 75-76 Tennessee State (H) W, 88-76 Cumberland (A) L, 74-78 Kentucky State (H) W, 100-45 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 87-97 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 66-72 Southern Indiana (H) W, 67-44 • Akron (H) W, 77-65 • Youngstown State (H) L, 79-80 • Morehead State (H) W, 81-76 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 84-78 • Murray State (A) L, 78-79 • Kentucky State (A) W, 70-54 • Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 79-66

2/10 2/15 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/28

• Morehead State (A) • Middle Tennessee (H) • Tennessee Tech (H) • Tennessee State (A) • Youngstown State (A) • Akron (A) • Murray State (H)

L, 57-62 L, 68-77 L, 70-84 W, 103-89 L, 72-80 L, 57-66 W, 73-67

Date 11/28 11/29 12/5 12/8 12/10 12/12 1/8 1/10 1/12 1/14 1/17 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/23 2/28

RECORD: 6-19 (0-14 OVC) COACH: Marvin Williams Opponent Result Alabama-Huntsville (H) W, 93-63 Cumberland (H) L, 64-68 Southern Indiana (H) W, 68-63 Cumberland (A) L, 67-68 Tennessee State (A) W, 68-64 Freed-Hardeman (H) W, 78-54 Alabama-Huntsville (A) L, 76-80 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 58-98 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 68-92 Chattanooga (H) W, 83-77 • Akron (A) L, 43-75 • Youngstown State (A) L, 58-71 • Morehead State (A) L, 63-67 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 68-83 Chattanooga (A) L, 41-58 • Murray State (H) L, 76-90 Lipscomb (A) L, 62-66 Tennessee State (H) W, 88-41 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 80-90 • Morehead State (H) L, 55-77 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 58-89 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 68-81 • Youngstown State (H) L, 68-102 • Akron (H) L, 59-70 • Murray State (A) L, 59-87

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1987-88

RECORD: 7-17 (3-11 OVC) COACH: Marvin Williams Date Opponent Result 11/28 Southern Indiana (A) W, 81-74 12/3 Chattanooga (H) L, 70-71 12/4 Freed-Hardeman (H) L, 74-79 12/7 Evansville (H) W, 107-106 OT2 12/9 Mississippi Valley (A) L, 70-78 1/11 • Tennessee State (A) W, 82-77 1/16 • Morehead State (H) L, 78-84 1/18 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 109-95 1/22 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 47-75 1/25 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 58-85 1/28 Chattanooga (A) L, 56-69 2/1 • Youngstown State (A) L, 61-79 2/4 Mississippi Valley (H) L, 79-88 2/6 • Murray State (A) L, 72-93 2/8 • Murray State (H) L, 74-94 2/9 Lipscomb (H) W, 95-69 2/13 • Youngstown State (H) L, 68-69 2/15 • Tennessee State (H) W, 62-59 2/17 Evansville (A) L, 52-78 2/20 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 71-81 2/22 • Morehead State (A) L, 64-76 2/27 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 67-84 2/29 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 57-80 3/9 Tennessee State (H, NWHS) W, 97-60 NWHS - Game played Clarksville-Northwest High School


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RECORD: 2-23 (2-10 OVC) COACH: Jim Phillips Date Opponent Result Holiday Inn Tournament 11/25 Georgia Southern (A) L, 68-74 11/26 Chattanooga (A) L, 49-82 11/30 Vanderbilt (A) L, 30-97 12/3 Chattanooga (A) L, 37-62 12/8 Western Kentucky [10/11] (A) L, 54-96 UAB Classic • Birmingham, Ala. 12/9 Alabama-Birmingham (A) L, 59-79 12/10 Michigan (N) L, 57-77 12/30 Kentucky (A) L, 57-95 1/4 Southeast Missouri (H) L, 58-72 1/5 Lipscomb (A) L, 54-55 1/7 • Murray State (H) L, 71-74 1/9 Chattanooga (H) L, 73-75 1/14 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 66-68 1/16 • Morehead State (A) L, 48-82 1/21 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 72-82 1/23 Auburn [1/1](A) L, 37-85 1/28 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 66-81 1/30 • Tennessee State (H) W, 70-57 2/4 • Murray State (A) L, 61-77 2/6 Louisville (A) L, 64-75 2/11 • Tennessee State (A) W, 70-61 2/13 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 73-107 2/20 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 62-94 2/25 • Morehead State (H) L, 79-87 2/27 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 89-90

1989-90

RECORD: 5-21 (0-12 OVC) COACH: Jim Phillips Date Opponent Result Sheraton Classic • Washington, D.C. 11/24 Appalachian State (A) L, 61-91 11/25 District of Columbia (N) W, 76-47 11/28 Arkansas State (A) L, 52-95 12/1 Saint Louis (A) L, 62-68 12/6 Chattanooga (H) W, 75-74 12/9 Mercer (H) W, 85-67 Radison Inn Holiday Classic • Boca Raton, Fla. 12/28 Florida (N) L, 68-83 12/29 Missouri-Rolla (N) L, 70-88 1/8 Chattanooga (A) L, 79-89 1/13 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 79-80 1/15 • Morehead State (H) L, 68-80 1/20 • Tennessee Tech [18/18] (A) L, 55-102 1/22 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 47-85 1/25 • Murray State (H) L, 72-87 1/27 • Tennessee State (A) L, 55-74 1/29 Arkansas State (H) L, 63-70 1/31 Vanderbilt (H) L, 62-88 2/3 • Murray State (A) L, 55-80 2/8 Louisville (H) L, 87-91 2/10 Western Carolina (A) W, 88-81 OT 2/12 • Tennessee State (H) L, 72-91 2/15 Mercer (A) W, 56-54 2/17 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 69-98 2/19 • Tennessee Tech [18/20] (H) L, 74-94 2/24 • Morehead State (A) L, 67-85 2/26 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 51-82

1990-91

RECORD: 5-21 (2-10 OVC) COACH: LaDonna Wilson Date Opponent Result Warrior Fest Tournament • Milwaukee, Wis. 11/23 Marquette (A) L, 67-73 11/24 William and Mary (N) L, 54-59 11/27 Saint Louis (H) W, 77-61 UMKC/Americana Hotel Tournament • Kansas City, Mo. 11/30 Wyoming (N) L, 59-77 12/1 Evansville (N) L, 65-81 12/31 Vanderbilt (A) L, 60-111 1/2 Chattanooga (H) L, 68-94 1/4 Western Carolina (A) W, 95-89 OT 1/5 East Tennessee (A) L, 75-95 1/7 • Murray State (A) L, 77-88 1/12 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 66-87 1/15 Alabama-Birmingham (A) L, 56-98 1/19 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 61-88 1/21 • Tennessee State (H) L, 43-54 1/26 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 58-76 1/28 • Morehead State (A) L, 76-90 1/31 Chattanooga (A) L, 45-82 2/2 • Murray State (H) L, 67-72 2/4 Chicago State (H) W, 85-73 2/9 • Morehead State (H) W, 68-67 2/11 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 77-84 2/14 Louisville (A) L, 64-92 2/16 • Tennessee State (A) W, 59-56 2/18 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 48-93 2/22 Alabama-Birmingham (H) L, 63-95 2/25 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 58-67

1991-92

RECORD: 4-23 (1-13 OVC) COACH: LaDonna Wilson Date Opponent Result 11/23 Chattanooga (H) L, 71-89 11/26 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 111-98 Mid-American Classic • Columbia, Mo. 12/6 Missouri (A) L, 55-98 12/7 Wright State (N) L, 53-55 12/14 Valparaiso (A) L, 69-81 12/17 Alabama (H) L, 80-97 12/20 Missouri-Kansas City (H) L, 59-69 Diamond Club Classic 12/29 UNC-Greensboro (N) L, 70-76 12/30 Akron (N) W, 75-53 1/4 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 72-79 1/6 Alabama-Birmingham (A) L, 66-88 1/8 Chattanooga (A) L, 73-93 1/11 • Murray State (H) L, 66-81 1/13 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 60-107 1/18 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 67-75 1/20 • Morehead State (H) W, 88-85 1/25 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 59-71 1/27 • Tennessee State (A) L, 66-75 2/1 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 68-69 2/5 Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 83-81 OT 2/8 • Tennessee State (H) L, 57-63 2/10 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 69-79 2/15 • Morehead State (A) L, 72-92 2/17 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 63-81 2/22 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 57-68 2/26 Alabama-Birmingham (H) L, 68-77 2/29 • Murray State (A) L, 72-84

1992-93

RECORD: 5-21 (4-12 OVC) COACH: LaDonna Wilson Date Opponent Result 12/1 Louisville (H) L, 76-83 Indiana Full-O-Pep Classic • Bloomington, Ind. 12/4 Indiana (A) L, 61-77 12/5 Colorado State (N) L, 70-77 12/12 Bethel (H) W, 108-84 12/15 Alabama (A) L, 79-111 12/19 Wright State (A) L, 65-70 12/29 Akron (A) L, 63-65 12/31 Cleveland State (A) L, 76-89 1/6 Chattanooga (H) L, 71-90 1/9 • Murray State (H) W, 87-75 1/11 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 63-70 1/14 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 70-109 1/16 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 75-100 1/18 • Morehead State (A) W, 76-64 1/23 • Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 90-95 1/27 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 70-91 1/30 • Tennessee State (A) L, 68-85 2/2 Chicago State (A) L, 57-61 2/6 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 67-59 2/8 • Morehead State (H) L, 63-87 2/11 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 62-91 2/13 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 65-55 2/20 • Murray State (A) L, 76-94 2/22 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 45-77 2/25 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 71-100 2/27 • Tennessee State (H) L, 74-91

1993-94

RECORD: 10-18 (6-10 OVC) COACH: LaDonna Wilson Date Opponent Result 11/27 Valparaiso (H) L, 70-90 12/1 Cleveland State (H) L, 92-93 OT 12/6 Wright State (H) L, 53-62 12/11 Akron (H) W, 83-71 Southern Mississippi Invitational • Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/20 Southern Mississippi (A) L, 75-99 12/21 McNeese State (N) W, 65-57 Coastal Carolina Classic • Conway, S.C. 12/29 Coastal Carolina (A) W, 79-73 12/30 South Carolina (N) L, 51-90 1/3 • Tennessee State (H) L, 66-69 1/8 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 55-75 1/12 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 62-82 1/15 • Morehead State (H) W, 105-79 1/17 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 76-84 1/20 Chattanooga (A) L, 69-88 1/29 • Murray State (H) W, 84-69 1/31 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 66-76 2/3 East Tennessee (A) L, 68-80 2/5 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 73-65 2/7 • Tennessee State (A) L, 60-71 2/12 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 76-89 2/14 • Morehead State (A) W, 70-68 2/16 • Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 70-73 2/19 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 61-64 2/23 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 62-67 2/26 • Murray State (A) W, 84-73 2/28 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 78-69 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 3/5 Eastern Kentucky (N) W, 64-53 3/6 Tennessee Tech (N) L, 60-86

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RECORD: 15-12 (9-7 OVC) COACH: LaDonna Wilson Date Opponent Result 11/26 Martin Methodist (H) W, 91-47 11/28 Alabama-Huntsville (H) W, 72-48 Liberty University Classic • Lynchburg, Va. 12/2 South Alabama (N) W, 88-57 12/3 Canisius (N) L, 76-92 12/10 Evansville (A) W, 80-71 Navy Classic • Annapolis, Md. 12/17 Bradley (N) L, 63-75 12/18 Navy (A) L, 73-95 12/31 Navy (H) W, 92-82 1/4 • Tennessee State (A) L, 60-72 1/7 • Tennessee Tech (H) W, 69-66 1/12 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 71-81 1/14 • Morehead State (A) W, 85-69 1/15 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 69-74 1/25 Chattanooga (A) L, 73-90 1/28 • Murray State (A) W, 79-59 1/30 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 86-88 OT 2/4 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 87-84 OT 2/6 • Tennessee State (H) W, 67-62 2/8 Saint Louis (A) W, 66-59 2/11 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 70-68 2/13 • Morehead State (H) W, 73-63 2/16 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 65-76 2/18 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 70-94 2/20 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 64-87 2/25 • Murray State (H) W, 80-67 2/27 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 82-73 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 3/4 Middle Tennessee (N) L, 56-73

1995-96

RECORD: 21-8 (13-3 OVC) COACH: LaDonna Wilson • OVC REGULAR-SEASON CO-CHAMPIONS • • OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result 11/25 Bethel (H) W, 89-61 11/28 Evansville (H) W, 94-65 Lady Raider Classic • Lubbock, Texas 12/2 Wisconsin [20/NR] (N) L, 64-84 12/3 Illinois State (N) L, 54-58 12/7 Saint Louis (H) W, 75-57 12/9 Eastern Illinois (A) W, 62-60 12/18 Martin Methodist (H) W, 76-46 12/20 Chattanooga (H) L, 60-62 Cincinatti Tournament • Cincinatti, Ohio 12/29 Radford (N) W, 81-65 12/30 Cincinnati (A) L, 61-74 1/6 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 56-72 1/11 • Tennessee State (A) W, 71-57 1/13 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 59-60 1/15 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 81-60 1/20 • Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 75-72 1/22 • Morehead State (A) L, 72-75 1/27 • Murray State (H) W, 65-63 1/29 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 87-74 2/3 • Middle Tennessee (H) W, 81-67 2/10 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 64-50 2/12 • Tennessee Tech (A) W, 59-52 2/15 • Tennessee State (H) W, 75-53 2/17 • Morehead State (H) W, 91-73 2/19 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 78-67 2/24 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 75-69 OT 2/26 • Murray State (A) W, 66-58 OT2

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Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 3/3 Eastern Kentucky (N) W, 70-56 3/4 Middle Tennessee (N) W, 69-60 NCAA Midwest Region 1st & 2nd Rounds • Clemson, S.C. 3/16 Clemson [14/14] (A) L, 52-79

1996-97

RECORD: 17-11 (13-5 OVC) COACH: Susie Gardner Date Opponent Result Preseason WNIT • Knoxville, Tenn. 11/15 Tennessee [4/4] (A) L, 59-80 11/27 Chattanooga (H) W, 87-65 New Orleans Tournament • New Orleans, La. 11/29 Northeast Louisiana (N) W, 67-64 11/30 New Orleans (A) L, 59-77 12/7 • Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 59-53 12/15 Clemson [22/23] (A) L, 68-88 12/21 Arkansas State (H) L, 69-79 UAB Tournament • Birmingham, Ala. 12/29 Duquesne (N) W, 55-54 12/30 Alabama-Birmingham (A) L, 49-58 1/2 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 80-62 1/4 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 86-58 1/9 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 70-72 OT 1/11 • Murray State (A) W, 75-60 1/13 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 78-60 1/18 • Tennessee State (A) L, 62-67 1/20 Butler (H) W, 71-70 1/23 • Middle Tennessee (H) W, 70-66 OT 1/25 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 55-69 1/27 • Morehead State (H) W, 89-84 1/29 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 80-67 2/3 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 77-60 2/5 • Middle Tennessee (A) W, 66-62 2/8 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 69-57 2/10 • Murray State (H) W, 70-66 2/15 • Tennessee State (H) W, 72-62 2/20 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 63-68 2/22 • Morehead State (A) L, 75-86 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/25 Middle Tennessee (N) L, 59-60

1997-98

RECORD: 11-16 (6-12 OVC) COACH: Susie Gardner Date Opponent Result OVC/Southern Conference Shootout • Clarksville, Tenn. 11/21 Georgia Southern (H) W, 88-86 11/22 East Tennessee (H) W, 63-61 11/26 Arkansas State (A) L, 69-83 11/30 Chattanooga (A) W, 73-63 OT 12/6 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 66-77 12/16 Georgia [11/9] (A) W, 71-66 12/20 • Eastern Illinois (A) L, 56-74 12/22 Butler (A) L, 68-97 12/30 Mississippi State (A) L, 59-83 1/3 • Tennessee State (A) L, 51-78 1/10 • Morehead State (H) W, 86-59 1/12 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 62-85 1/14 • Eastern Illinois (H) L, 60-66 1/17 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 48-78 1/19 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 43-66 1/21 Belmont (H) W, 61-58 1/24 • Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 64-85 1/26 • Murray State (H) W, 63-46 1/31 • Tennessee State (H) W, 76-59 2/4 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 69-58 2/7 • Morehead State (A) W, 66-61 2/9 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 61-72 2/14 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 53-75

2/16 • Middle Tennessee (H) W, 80-65 2/19 • Murray State (A) L, 60-68 2/21 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 48-69 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/24 Tennessee Tech (A) L, 60-80

1998-99

RECORD: 6-21 (5-13 OVC) COACH: Susie Gardner Date Opponent Result 11/15 Kentucky (A) L, 71-88 11/19 Western Kentucky (A) L, 53-94 Loyola-Marymount Tournament • Los Angeles, Calif. 11/27 Kansas [19/16] (N) L, 57-64 11/28 Loyola Marymount (A) L, 66-78 12/2 Martin Methodist (H) L, 72-76 12/5 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 70-59 12/12 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 55-69 12/19 Memphis [24/NR] (H) L, 73-81 12/29 Georgia State (A) W, 61-59 1/2 • Tennessee State (H) L, 49-51 1/5 Belmont (A) L, 54-63 1/7 • Morehead State (A) W, 77-73 1/9 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 70-88 1/12 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 56-76 1/14 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 60-77 1/16 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 59-70 1/21 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 49-70 1/23 • Murray State (A) L, 57-72 1/30 • Tennessee State (A) L, 62-72 2/2 • Eastern Illinois (A) L, 65-70 2/4 • Morehead State (H) W, 76-70 2/6 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 74-54 2/11 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 51-78 2/13 • Middle Tennessee (A) L, 45-69 2/18 • Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 58-74 2/20 • Murray State (H) W, 72-68 OT Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/23 Tennessee Tech (A) L, 60-74

1999-00

RECORD: 15-15 (9-9 OVC) COACH: Susie Gardner Date Opponent Result 11/19 Kentucky (H) L, 52-88 11/22 Memphis (A) L, 67-93 11/27 Alabama-Huntsville (H) W, 76-66 12/2 • Murray State (H) L, 65-78 12/4 • Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 80-84 12/12 Jacksonville State (A) W, 100-92 12/14 Alabama A&M (A) W, 76-63 UCF Classic • Orlando, Fla. 12/21 Robert Morris (N) W, 80-65 12/22 Central Florida (A) L, 57-75 12/30 Georgia State (H) L, 64-69 1/6 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 77-59 1/8 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 72-74 1/11 • Murray State (A) W, 79-73 OT 1/13 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 78-81 1/15 • Morehead State (H) W, 80-70 OT 1/20 • Middle Tennessee (A) W, 74-68 1/22 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 58-75 1/26 Belmont (H) L, 81-86 OT 1/29 • Tennessee State (A) W, 73-65 2/3 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 68-65 2/5 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 95-71 2/8 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 48-53 2/10 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 79-91 2/12 • Morehead State (A) W, 81-59 2/17 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 63-84 2/19 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 68-77


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-Y E A R R E S U LT S 2/26 • Tennessee State (H) W, 72-70 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/29 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 90-60 3/4 Middle Tennessee (N) W, 67-58 3/5 Tennessee Tech (N) L, 80-89

2000-01

RECORD: 17-14 (10-6 OVC) COACH: Susie Gardner • OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result 11/18 Belmont (A) L, 72-84 11/21 Jacksonville State (H) W, 73-62 First Tennessee Classic • Nashville, Tenn. 11/25 Miami (Ohio) (N) L, 68-88 11/26 Boston (N) L, 80-98 11/29 Alabama A&M (H) W, 95-71 12/3 Middle Tennessee (A) L, 62-91 12/5 Lipscomb (H) W, 79-69 12/10 • Murray State (A) W, 98-87 12/17 Indiana State (A) L, 85-89 OT 12/19 Saint Louis (A) L, 57-71 addidas/Seelbach Hilton Classic • Louisville, Ky. 12/28 Maryland-Eastern Shore (N) W, 73-62 12/29 Louisville (A) L, 68-91 1/4 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 77-69 1/6 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 80-87 1/11 • Morehead State (A) W, 82-68 1/13 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 77-92 1/15 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 69-66 1/18 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 64-87 1/27 • Tennessee State (H) W, 73-68 2/1 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 67-66 2/3 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 80-67 2/6 • Murray State (H) W, 66-55 2/8 • Morehead State (H) W, 83-80 2/10 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 84-89 2/15 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 69-102 2/22 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 86-83 2/24 • Tennessee State (A) L, 72-77 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/27 Murray State (H) W, 77-61 3/2 Morehead State (N) W, 71-63 3/3 Tennessee Tech (N) W, 65-63 NCAA Mideast Region 1st & 2nd Rounds • Knoxville, Tenn. 3/16 Tennessee [3/3] (A) L, 38-80

1/24 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 75-64 1/26 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 77-73 1/31 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 72-60 2/2 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 72-70 2/4 • Morehead State (H) W, 89-61 2/9 • Murray State (A) L, 57-66 2/14 • Tennessee State (A) W, 62-52 2/16 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 62-80 2/18 • Morehead State (A) L, 63-72 2/23 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 68-80 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Louisville, Tenn. 2/26 Southeast Missouri (H) W, 76-67 3/2 Eastern Kentucky (N) W, 78-77 OT 3/3 Tennessee Tech (N) W, 85-83 NCAA Mideast Region 1st & 2nd Rounds • West Lafayette, Ind. 3/16 Purdue [9/8] (A) L, 49-80

2002-03

RECORD: 27-4 (16-0 OVC) COACH: Susie Gardner • OVC REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS • • OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result 11/22 Memphis (A) L, 50-56 11/26 Evansville (H) W, 85-64 12/2 Ohio (H) W, 69-38 Unilever Lady Tiger Classic • Columbia, Mo. 12/6 Missouri-Kansas City (A) W, 70-62 12/7 Missouri (A) W, 66-53 12/15 Vanderbilt [9/9] (A) L, 50-84 12/20 Morris Brown (A) W, 92-45 12/29 Ohio State (A) L, 60-76 1/3 Alabama-Birmingham (A) W, 76-64 1/6 Middle Tennessee (A) W, 78-68 1/11 • Murray State (A) W, 62-61 1/13 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 85-71 1/20 • Tennessee Tech (A) W, 65-54 1/23 • Tennessee State (A) W, 82-57 1/25 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 58-45 1/27 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 73-53 1/30 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 81-58 2/1 • Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 69-68 OT 2/3 • Morehead State (A) W, 83-76

2/8 • Murray State (H) W, 81-57 2/11 Lipscomb (H) W, 76-48 2/15 • Tennessee State (H) W, 93-45 2/20 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 68-56 2/22 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 80-78 2/24 • Tennessee Tech (H) W, 73-58 2/27 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 89-73 3/1 • Morehead State (H) W, 83-77 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 3/4 Murray State (H) W, 75-54 3/7 Tennessee-Martin (N) W, 73-58 3/8 Southeast Missouri (N) W, 85-61 NCAA Mideast Region 1st & 2nd Rounds • Boulder, Colo. 3/22 North Carolina [12/11] (N) L, 70-72

2003-04

RECORD: 23-8 (14-2 OVC) COACH: Andy Blackston • OVC REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS • • OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result 11/21 Evansville (A) L, 63-73 11/24 Cumberland (H) W, 80-54 Oneida Bingo & Casino Holiday Tourney • Green Bay, Wis. 11/28 Missouri (N) L, 43-78 11/29 Centenary (N) W, 72-60 12/3 Memphis (H) L, 70-81 12/13 Ohio (A) W, 69-53 12/15 Marshall (A) W, 53-50 12/20 Middle Tennessee (H) L, 46-61 12/22 Lipscomb (A) W, 65-60 12/30 Kentucky (A) L, 56-82 1/3 Alabama-Birmingham (H) W, 70-67 1/8 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 64-54 1/10 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 54-47 1/15 • Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 67-61 1/17 • Morehead State (A) W, 78-62 1/22 • Eastern Illinois (H) L, 71-72 1/24 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 68-65 1/27 • Tennessee Tech (A) W, 79-69 1/29 • Tennessee State (A) W, 74-58 2/5 • Jacksonville State (H) W, 76-67 2/7 • Samford (H) W, 54-43

photo by Robert Smith/The Leaf Chronicle

2001-02

RECORD: 19-12 (9-7 OVC) COACH: Susie Gardner • OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result Holiday Inn Express Eagle Classic • Ypsilanti, Mich. 11/16 Howard (N) L, 64-73 11/17 Cornell (N) W, 66-61 11/21 Indiana State (H) W, 73-58 11/27 Middle Tennessee (H) L, 69-78 12/2 Florida State (A) L, 65-89 12/6 Lipscomb (A) W, 77-63 12/15 Evansville (A) W, 76-74 Lady Blazer Classic • Birmingham, Ala. 12/21 Birmingham-Southern (N) W, 69-56 12/22 Alabama-Birmingham (A) L, 64-87 12/29 Canisius (H) W, 99-95 1/2 Saint Louis (H) W, 78-61 1/7 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 103-69 1/10 • Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 76-81 OT 1/12 • Murray State (H) W, 85-73 1/17 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 80-81 OT 1/19 • Tennessee State (H) W, 80-70 1/21 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 82-102

Kelly Chavez and Tiffany Swoffard kiss the 2002 Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament Championship Trophy following the Lady Govs 85-83 victory against Tennessee Tech. Austin Peay won its three tournament games by 12 total points.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-Y E A R R E S U LT S 2/12 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 71-63 2/14 • Murray State (H) W, 80-70 2/19 • Samford (A) W, 66-61 2/21 • Jacksonville State (A) L, 64-66 2/24 • Tennessee Tech (H) W, 94-72 2/28 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 73-61 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 3/2 Morehead State (H) W, 73-61 3/5 Southeast Missouri (N) W, 72-55 3/6 Eastern Kentucky (N) W, 65-51 NCAA West Region 1st & 2nd Rounds • Baton Rouge, La. 3/21 LSU [19/19] (A) L, 66-83

2004-05

RECORD: 8-19 (4-12 OVC) COACH: Andy Blackston Date Opponent Result 11/9 Troy (H) W, 79-64 11/9 Western Kentucky (A) L, 50-89 Billiken Classic • St. Louis, Mo. 11/9 Butler (N) L, 52-69 11/9 Saint Louis (A) L, 65-76 Lady Eagle Classic • Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/9 American (N) W, 64-53 11/9 Columbia (N) L, 42-62 12/11 Chattanooga (A) L, 50-67 12/21 Middle Tennessee (A) L, 55-57 12/28 Evansville (H) W, 76-70 1/2 Charlotte (A) L, 47-67 1/3 Winthrop (A) W, 49-46 1/6 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 56-59 1/8 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 85-73 1/13 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 50-54 1/15 • Morehead State (H) W, 78-72 1/20 • Eastern Illinois (A) L, 76-78 1/22 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 52-84 1/25 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 72-85 1/27 • Tennessee State (H) W, 90-57 2/3 • Jacksonville State (A) L, 70-77 2/5 • Samford (A) L, 52-59 2/10 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 58-64 2/12 • Murray State (A) L, 70-81 2/17 • Samford (H) L, 48-50 2/19 • Jacksonville State (H) W, 78-66 2/22 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 60-70 2/26 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 79-87

2005-06

RECORD: 15-13 (12-8 OVC) COACH: Andy Blackston Date Opponent Result 11/18 Troy (A) L, 61-68 Lady Tiger Classic • Memphis, Tenn. 11/25 Memphis (A) W, 74-49 11/26 Belmont (N) L, 60-64 12/1 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 74-96 12/8 • Morehead State (H) L, 75-81 12/10 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 61-64 12/17 Western Kentucky (H) L, 47-70 12/20 Chattanooga (H) L, 51-60 12/28 Middle Tennessee (H) W, 71-69 12/30 Winthrop (H) W, 79-64 1/2 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 61-49 1/5 • Jacksonville State (H) W, 63-59 1/7 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 64-62 1/12 • Murray State (A) W, 83-66 1/14 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 54-72 1/19 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 62-59 OT 1/26 • Jacksonville State (A) L, 52-73 1/28 • Samford (A) W, 60-59 OT 1/30 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 57-73

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2/2 • Murray State (H) W, 82-64 2/4 • Tennessee State (H) W, 83-68 2/9 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 55-46 2/11 • Samford (H) L, 41-45 2/13 • Tennessee State (A) W, 80-55 2/18 • Tennessee Tech (H) W, 72-64 2/23 • Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 69-55 2/25 • Morehead State (A) L, 52-63 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/28 Morehead State (H) L, 78-81 OT

2006-07

RECORD: 10-20 (9-11 OVC) COACH: Carrie Daniels Date Opponent Result 11/10 Chattanooga (A) L, 56-80 11/14 Evansville (H) W, 74-72 11/18 Arkansas (H) L, 46-58 Lady Tiger Classic • Memphis, Tenn. 11/24 Lipscomb (N) L, 55-56 11/25 Central Arkansas (N) L, 61-67 OT 11/29 Southern Illinois (A) L, 41-54 12/2 • Tennessee Tech (H) W, 66-57 12/4 Middle Tennessee (A) L, 49-80 12/8 • Morehead State (A) L, 61-66 12/10 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 55-69 12/19 Kennesaw State (H) L, 49-56 12/21 Evansville (A) L, 44-72 1/2 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 57-55 1/5 • Jacksonville State (A) W, 74-67 1/7 • Eastern Illinois (A) W, 74-62 1/12 • Murray State (H) L, 63-64 1/14 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 75-60 1/19 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 54-64 1/26 • Jacksonville State (H) W, 83-74 1/28 • Samford (H) L, 54-68 1/30 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 56-67 2/2 • Murray State (A) W, 82-70 2/4 • Tennessee State (A) L, 71-84 2/9 • Eastern Illinois (H) L, 61-79 2/11 • Samford (A) L, 55-67 2/13 • Tennessee State (H) W, 81-72 2/18 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 51-63 2/23 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 69-76 2/25 • Morehead State (H) W, 74-66 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/28 Southeast Missouri (A) L, 54-58

2007-08

RECORD: 6-23 (3-17 OVC) COACH: Carrie Daniels Date Opponent Result 11/9 Chattanooga (H) L, 50-64 11/17 Arkansas (A) L, 48-61 Lady Eagle Classic – Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/23 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (N) W, 66-57 11/24 Southern Miss (A) L, 65-76 11/28 Southern Illinois (H) W, 75-72 12/1 Kennesaw State (A) W, 67-55 12/6 • Morehead State (H) W, 75-71 OT 12/8 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 66-68 OT 12/15 Middle Tennessee (H) L, 60-95 Lady Rebel Christmas Classic – Las Vegas, Nev. 12/20 UNLV (A) L, 38-56 12/21 Ball State (N) L, 59-68 1/3 Tennessee Tech (A) L, 52-65 1/5 Jacksonville State (H) L, 67-72 1/7 Eastern Illinois (H) L, 52-75 1/10 Murray State (A) L, 59-81 1/12 Southeast Missouri (H) L, 54-70 1/17 Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 58-52

1/24 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/28 3/1

Jacksonville State (A) Samford (A) Murray State (H) Tennessee State (H) Eastern Illinois (A) Samford (H) Tennessee State (A) Tennessee Tech (H) Southeast Missouri (A) Tennessee-Martin (A) Eastern Kentucky (A) Morehead State (A)

2008-09

L, 56-76 L, 46-64 L, 57-78 L, 72-74 L, 48-67 L, 56-65 L, 69-70 L, 52-69 L, 47-67 W, 55-48 L, 55-62 L, 40-43

OT

RECORD: 17-16 (10-8 OVC) COACH: Carrie Daniels • OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result 11/15 Lipscomb (H) W, 65-54 11/17 Louisville [9/10] (A) L, 42-72 11/21 Troy (H) L, 61-65 11/25 Belmont (H) W, 49-48 UM Thanksgiving Tournament 11/28 Miami (Fla.) (A) L, 51-64 11/29 Chicago State (N) L, 53-62 12/4 Southeast Missouri (A) W, 61-50 12/6 Eastern Illinois (A) L, 70-81 12/13 SIU Edwardsville (H) W, 74-52 12/16 Middle Tennessee (A) L, 53-62 12/20 Alabama (A) L, 53-63 12/28 Elon (A) W, 81-53 12/30 North Carolina [2/2] (A) L, 61-93 1/3 Morehead State (H) W, 73-52 1/5 Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 70-66 1/8 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 71-55 1/10 Murray State (A) L, 77-87 1/17 Tennessee State (A) L, 52-56 1/22 Tennessee Tech (H) W, 83-81 OT2 1/24 Jacksonville State (H) W, 82-57 1/27 Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 67-51 1/31 Morehead State (A) W, 61-59 2/3 Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 77-54 2/7 Murray State (H) L, 76-94 2/14 Tennessee State (H) L, 61-69 2/19 Jacksonville State (A) L, 71-75 OT 2/21 Tennessee Tech (A) L, 53-69 2/26 Eastern Illinois (H) L, 56-69 2/28 Southeast Missouri (H) W, 80-74 OT 2009 OVC Women’s Basketball Championship 3/3 Morehead State (A) W, 78-74 3/6 Murray State (N) W, 90-84 3/7 Eastern Illinois (N) W, 69-65 OT2 NCAA Berkeley Region 1st & 2nd Rounds • East Lansing, Mich. 3/24 Duke [6/8] (N) L, 41-83


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SERIES R E C O R D S NOTES: List below are overall records and a home (H), away (A) and neutral (N) court breakdown for each opponent played beginning in the 1976-1977 season. Overall records listed below include all games for which results are known. However, an opponent’s homeaway-neutral total may not add up due to games where the site is unknown. A bullet () indicates a current Ohio Valley Conference member. Opponent Akron Alabama Alabama A&M Alabama-Birmingham Alabama-Huntsville American Appalachian State Arkansas Arkansas State Arkansas-Little Rock Auburn Ball State Belmont Bethel Birmingham-Southern Boston Bradley Butler Canisius Carson-Newman Centenary Central Arkansas Central Florida Charlotte Chattanooga Chicago State Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Colorado State Columbia Cornell Covenant Cumberland District of Columbia Duke Duquesne East Tennessee • Eastern Illinois • Eastern Kentucky Elon Evansville Fisk Florida Florida Southern Florida State Fort Campbell Freed-Hardeman Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Howard Illinois State Indiana Indiana State • Jacksonville State Kansas Kennesaw State

W-L 6-5 0-3 2-0 2-7 3-3 1-0 0-1 0-2 1-5 1-0 0-2 0-1 4-5 4-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-1 2-3 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 7-27 1-2 0-1 0-2 0-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 2-0 2-4 1-0 0-1 1-0 4-5 18-10 26-40 1-0 10-5 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 3-0 4-2 1-0 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 8-6 0-1 1-1

Pct .545 .000 1.000 .222 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .167 1.000 .000 .000 .444 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .333 .500 .400 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .206 .333 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .333 1.000 .000 1.000 .444 .643 .394 1.000 .667 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .667 .571 .000 .500

H 4-1 0-1 1-0 1-2 3-1 — — 0-1 1-2 — — — 3-2 3-0 — — — 1-0 1-0 1-1 — — — — 5-12 1-0 — — 0-1 — — — 1-0 1-0 2-2 — — — 3-1 8-5 14-17 — 7-0 1-0 — — — 2-0 3-2 — 1-0 0-1 — — — 1-0 6-1 — 0-1

A 1-4 0-2 1-0 1-5 0-2 — 0-1 0-1 0-3 — 0-2 — 1-2 1-0 — — — 0-1 — 1-0 — — 0-1 0-1 2-14 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-0 — — — 1-0 0-2 — — — 0-4 9-5 7-23 1-0 3-4 — — — 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 — — 0-1 1-1 2-5 — 1-0

N 1-0 — — — — 1-0 — — — 1-0 — 0-1 0-1 — 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-0 0-1 — — 0-1 0-1 — — — — 0-1 0-1 — — — 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 5-0 — 0-1 — 0-1 1-0 — — — — — — 0-1 0-1 — — — 0-1 —

STR W1 L3 W2 W2 W2 W1 L1 L2 L5 W1 L2 L1 W1 W4 W1 L1 L1 L2 W1 W1 W1 L1 L1 L1 L4 L2 L1 L2 L2 W1 L1 L1 W1 W2 W2 W1 L1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W1 L1 W1 L1 W1 L1 W3 L1 W1 W1 L1 L1 L1 L1 W1 L1 L1 W1

Opponent Kentucky Kentucky State Knoxville College Lambuth Lewis (Ill.) Lincoln Memorial Lipscomb Louisville Loyola Marymount LSU Marquette Mars Hill Marshall Martin Methodist Maryland-Eastern Shore Maryville McNeese State Memphis Mercer Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan Middle Tennessee Milligan Mississippi Mississippi State Mississippi Valley Missouri Missouri S&T Missouri-Kansas City • Morehead State Morris Brown • Murray State Navy New Orleans North Alabama North Carolina Northeast Louisiana Ohio Ohio State Purdue Radford Robert Morris Rollins Saint Louis Samford • SIU Edwardsville South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina State South Florida • Southeast Missouri Southern Illinois Southern Indiana Southern Mississippi Tennessee • Tennessee State • Tennessee Tech Tennessee Wesleyan • Tennessee-Martin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Troy Tusculum UNC-Greensboro

W-L 0-4 2-0 1-0 3-4 1-0 0-1 16-5 0-6 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-6 2-0 0-2 0-2 0-1 9-53 2-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-2 0-1 1-1 32-33 1-0 32-35 1-1 0-1 0-2 0-2 1-0 2-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 4-3 3-7 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 20-21 1-1 6-0 0-3 0-2 28-21 14-55 5-2 38-23 1-0 2-2 1-0 0-1

Pct .000 1.000 1.000 .429 1.000 .000 .762 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .143 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .145 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .500 .492 1.000 .478 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .571 .300 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .488 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .571 .203 .714 .623 1.000 .500 1.000 .000

H 0-1 1-0 — 3-1 — — 9-1 0-2 — — — — — 2-1 — 1-0 — 0-3 1-0 — — — 4-24 1-0 — — 0-1 — — 0-1 20-11 — 22-13 1-0 — 0-1 — — 1-0 — — — — — 3-0 1-4 1-0 — — — 0-1 10-10 1-0 3-0 — — 17-8 6-25 3-1 16-11 — 1-1 — —

A 0-3 1-0 — 0-3 — — 6-3 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 — — 1-0 — 1-3 1-0 0-2 — — 3-27 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 — 1-0 11-20 1-0 9-22 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 — 1-0 0-1 0-1 — — 0-1 1-3 2-3 — — — — 0-1 8-11 0-1 3-0 0-2 0-2 11-13 5-28 2-1 20-10 — 0-1 1-0 —

N — — 1-0 — 1-0 0-1 1-1 — — — — — 1-0 — 1-0 — 1-0 — — — 0-2 0-1 2-2 — — — — 0-1 0-1 — 1-2 — 1-0 — — — 0-1 1-0 — — — 1-0 1-0 — — — — 1-0 0-1 0-1 — 2-0 — — 0-1 — — 3-2 — 2-2 1-0 1-0 — 0-1

STR L4 W2 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 L6 L1 L1 L1 L1 W2 L1 W1 W2 W1 W1 W2 L2 L2 L1 L3 W2 L1 L1 L2 W1 L1 W1 W3 W1 W1 W1 L1 L2 L2 W1 W2 L1 L1 W1 W1 L1 L1 L5 W1 W1 L1 L1 L2 W2 W1 W6 L3 L2 L5 L1 W5 W4 W1 L2 W1 L1

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W-L 1-6 0-1 0-2 2-12 2-0 4-13

Pct .143 .000 .000 .143 1.000 .235

H 1-2 — 0-1 1-4 — 2-5

A 0-4 0-1 0-1 1-5 2-0 1-8

N — — — 0-3 — 1-0

STR L4 L1 L2 L11 W2 L4

R E C O R D I N OVC REGULAR SEASON Opponent Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Morehead State Murray State Southeast Missouri Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Tennessee-Martin Akron East Tennessee Middle Tennessee Samford Western Kentucky Youngstown State OVERALL

W-L 16-10 20-40 6-6 29-29 28-32 17-19 22-20 11-50 20-12 4-4 0-1 5-40 3-7 2-5 3-7 186-282

Pct. .615 .333 .500 .500 .467 .472 .524 .180 .625 .500 .000 .111 .300 .286 .300 .397

H 8-5 13-17 5-1 19-9 19-12 9-9 13-8 6-25 10-6 3-1 0-1 3-19 1-4 1-3 2-3

A 8-5 7-23 1-5 10-20 9-20 8-10 9-12 5-25 10-6 1-3 — 2-21 2-3 1-2 1-4 112-123 74-159 .477

STR L5 W2 W1 W2 L4 W2 L5 L1 W4 — — — — — — —

.318

Opponent William and Mary Winthrop Wisconsin Wright State Wyoming Youngstown State

W-L 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-3 0-1 3-7

Pct .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .300

H — 1-0 — 0-1 — 2-3

A — 1-0 — 0-1 — 1-4

N 0-1 — 0-1 0-1 0-1 —

STR L1 W2 L1 L3 L1 L7

RECORD IN OVC TOURNAMENT APSU vs. Opponent Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Morehead State Murray State Southeast Missouri Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Tennessee-Martin Middle Tennessee Western Kentucky OVERALL

W-L 1-0 3-0 — 3-2 3-0 3-1 — 2-5 2-0 2-3 1-0 21-11

Pct. 1.000 1.000 — .600 1.000 .750 — .286 1.000 .400 1.000 .656

H — — — 1-1 2-0 1-0 — — — — — 4-1

.800

A — — — 1-0 — 0-1 — 0-3 1-0 0-1 — 2-5

.286

N 1-0 3-0 — 1-1 1-0 2-0 — 2-2 1-0 2-2 1-0 15-5 .750

STR W1 W3 — W1 W3 L1 — W2 W2 — — —

Last 2009 2002 — 2009 2009 2007 — 2002 2003 2000 1982 2009

S E R I E S H I S TORIES AKRON 1/14/84 2/18/84 1/14/85 2/18/85 1/18/86 2/24/86 1/17/87 2/23/87 12/30/91 12/29/92 12/11/93

W, 74-68 W, 79-67 W, 81-69 L, 63-65 W, 77-65 L, 57-66 L, 43-75 L, 59-70 W, 75-53 L, 63-65 W, 83-71

6-5 A H H A H A A H N A H

1/8/87 11/28/94 11/27/99

ALABAMA 12/17/91 12/15/92 12/20/08

L, 80-97 L, 79-111 L, 53-63

0-3 H A A

ALABAMA A&M 12/14/99 W, 76-63 11/29/00 W, 95-71

2-0 A H

ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM 12/9/88 L, 59-79 1/15/91 L, 56-98 2/22/91 L, 63-95 1/6/92 L, 66-88 2/26/92 L, 68-77 12/30/96 L, 49-58 12/22/01 L, 64-87 1/3/03 W, 76-64 1/3/04 W, 70-67

2-7 A A H A H A A A H

ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE 11/27/81 L, 65-77 12/17/81 L, 72-76 11/28/86 W, 93-63

3-3 H A H

AMERICAN 12/3/04

L, 76-80 W, 72-48 W, 76-66

A H H

W, 64-53

1-0 N

1/26/00 11/18/00 11/26/05 11/25/08

L, 81-86 L, 72-84 L, 60-64 W, 49-48

H A N H

BETHEL 12/13/83 1/24/84 12/12/92 11/25/95

W, 78-58 W, 86-66 W, 108-84 W, 89-61

4-0 A H H H

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN 12/21/01 W, 69-56

1-0 N

BOSTON 11/26/00

L, 80-98

0-1 N

BRADLEY 12/17/94

L, 63-75

0-1 N

W, 71-70 L, 68-97 L, 52-69

1-2 H A N

APPALACHIAN STATE 11/24/89 L, 61-91

0-1 A

ARKANSAS 11/18/06 11/17/07

L, 46-58 L, 48-61

0-2 H A

ARKANSAS STATE 12/10/83 W, 67-50 12/1/84 L, 63-68 11/28/89 L, 52-95 1/29/90 L, 63-70 12/21/96 L, 69-79 11/26/97 L, 69-83

1-5 H A A H H A

ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK 12/14/79 W, 78-54

1-0 N

BUTLER 1/20/97 12/22/97 11/26/04

AUBURN 12/17/82 1/23/89

L, 30-66 L, 37-85

0-2 A A

CANISIUS 12/3/94 12/29/01

L, 76-92 W, 99-95

1-1 N H

L, 59-68

0-1 N

L, 62-65 W, 60-38 W, 70-52 W, 61-58 L, 54-63

4-5 H H A H A

CARSON-NEWMAN 12/14/76 W, 58-41 3/4/77 L, 53-61 3/2/79 L, 61-74 2/5/80 L, 56-76 1/24/81 W, 76-59

2-3 A N N H H

BALL STATE 12/21/07 BELMONT 12/7/82 1/4/85 12/5/85 1/21/98 1/5/99

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CENTENARY 11/29/03

W, 72-60

1-0 N

CENTRAL ARKANSAS 11/25/06 L, 61-67

0-1 N

CENTRAL FLORIDA 12/22/99 L, 57-75

0-1 A

CHARLOTTE 1/2/05

L, 47-67

0-1 A

CHATTANOOGA 1/22/77 L, 64-78 3/3/78 W, 71-68 12/6/78 L, 62-64 2/16/79 L, 60-69 12/1/80 L, 52-72 2/9/81 L, 75-76 11/24/81 L, 54-63 2/12/83 L, 58-91 1/7/84 L, 58-77 11/28/84 W, 82-65 11/22/85 W, 77-55 1/14/87 W, 83-77 1/28/87 L, 41-58 12/3/87 L, 70-71 1/28/88 L, 56-69 11/26/88 L, 49-82 12/3/88 L, 37-62 1/9/89 L, 73-75 12/6/89 W, 75-74 1/8/90 L, 79-89 1/2/91 L, 68-94 1/31/91 L, 45-82 11/23/91 L, 71-89 1/8/92 L, 73-93

7-27 N H A H A H A H H A H H A H A A A H H A H A H A

1/6/93 1/20/94 1/25/95 12/20/95 11/27/96 11/30/97 12/11/04 12/20/05 11/10/06 11/9/07

L, 71-90 L, 69-88 L, 73-90 L, 60-62 W, 87-65 W, 73-63 L, 50-67 L, 51-60 L, 56-80 L, 50-64

H A A H H A A H A H

CHICAGO STATE 2/4/91 W, 85-73 2/2/93 L, 57-61 11/30/08 L, 53-62

1-2 H A N

CINCINNATI 12/30/95

L, 61-74

0-1 A

CLEMSON 3/16/96 12/15/96

L, 52-79 L, 68-88

0-2 A A

CLEVELAND STATE 12/31/92 L, 76-89 12/1/93 L, 92-93

0-2 A H

COASTAL CAROLINA 12/29/93 W, 79-73

1-0 A

COLORADO STATE 12/5/92 L, 70-77

0-1 N

COLUMBIA 12/4/04

0-1 N

L, 42-62


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SERIES H I S TO R I E S CORNELL 11/17/01

W, 66-61

1-0 N\

COVENANT 12/7/79 2/1/80

W, 89-65 W, 93-73

2-0 H A

L, 75-76 L, 74-78 L, 64-68 L, 67-68 W, 80-54 W, 80-72

2-4 H A H A H H

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 11/25/89 W, 76-47

1-0 N

DUKE 3/22/09

L, 42-83

0-1 N

W, 55-54

1-0 N

EAST TENNESSEE 12/13/76 L, 49-64 1/9/78 L, 59-70 2/6/78 W, 70-63 1/8/79 W, 58-45 2/5/79 L, 60-91 3/2/82 W, 67-64 1/5/91 L, 75-95 2/3/94 L, 68-80 11/22/97 W, 63-61

4-5 A H H H A N A A H

CUMBERLAND 12/7/85 1/4/86 11/29/86 12/8/86 11/24/03 11/10/84

DUQUESNE 12/29/96

EASTERN ILLINOIS 12/9/95 W, 62-60 1/2/97 W, 80-62 1/29/97 W, 80-67 12/20/97 L, 56-74 1/14/98 L, 60-66 12/5/98 W, 70-59 2/2/99 L, 65-70 1/6/00 W, 77-59 2/3/00 W, 68-65 1/4/01 W, 77-69 2/3/01 W, 80-67 1/7/02 W, 103-69 1/24/02 W, 75-64 1/27/03 W, 73-53 2/20/03 W, 68-56 1/10/04 W, 54-47 1/22/04 L, 71-72 1/8/05 W, 85-73 1/20/05 L, 76-78 1/7/06 W, 64-62 2/9/06 W, 55-46 1/6/07 W, 74-62 2/8/07 L, 61-79 1/7/08 L, 52-75 2/7/08 L, 48-67 12/6/08 L, 70-81 2/26/09 L, 56-69 3/7/09 W, 69-65

18-10 A H A A H H A A H H A H A H A A H H A H A A H H A A H N

EASTERN KENTUCKY 1/14/78 L, 52-77 1/13/79 L, 64-75 12/3/79 W, 66-65 1/10/80 W, 68-50 1/8/81 L, 62-74 2/5/81 W, 70-58 1/14/82 W, 77-72

26-40 H A N H A H H

2/11/82 1/8/83 2/4/83 1/21/84 2/25/84 1/21/85 2/25/85 1/27/86 2/8/86 1/26/87 2/7/87 1/18/88 2/20/88 1/14/89 2/27/89 1/13/90 2/26/90 1/26/91 2/11/91 1/18/92 2/17/92 1/16/93 2/6/93 1/17/94 2/12/94 3/5/94 1/15/95 2/11/95 1/20/96 2/19/96 3/3/96 12/7/96 1/25/97 1/12/98 2/9/98 1/9/99 2/6/99 1/13/00 2/10/00 1/13/01 2/10/01 1/21/02 2/2/02 3/2/02 2/1/03 2/27/03 1/15/04 2/28/04 3/6/04 1/13/05 2/26/05 12/10/05 2/23/06 12/9/06 2/22/07 12/8/07 2/28/08 1/5/09 1/27/09

L, 62-79 L, 64-65 L, 54-55 L, 58-68 L, 60-68 L, 67-72 W, 62-61 W, 84-78 W, 79-66 L, 68-83 L, 80-90 W, 109-95 L, 71-81 L, 66-68 L, 89-90 L, 79-80 L, 51-82 L, 58-76 L, 77-84 L, 67-75 L, 63-81 L, 75-100 W, 67-59 L, 76-84 L, 76-89 W, 64-53 L, 69-74 W, 70-68 W, 75-72 W, 78-67 W, 70-56 W, 59-53 L, 55-69 L, 62-85 L, 61-72 L, 70-88 W, 74-54 L, 78-81 L, 79-91 L, 77-92 L, 84-89 L, 82-102 W, 72-70 W, 78-77 W, 69-68 W, 89-73 W, 67-61 W, 73-61 W, 65-51 L, 50-54 L, 79-87 L, 61-64 W, 69-55 L, 55-69 L, 69-76 L, 66-68 L, 55-62 W, 70-66 W, 67-51

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

ELON 12/28/08

W, 81-53

1-0 A

EVANSVILLE 12/3/82 12/19/83 12/15/84 11/26/85 12/7/87 2/17/88 12/1/90

L, 55-62 W, 73-59 W, 75-64 W, 91-74 W, 107-106 L, 52-78 L, 65-81

10-5 A H A H H A N

12/10/94 11/28/95 12/15/01 11/26/02 11/21/03 12/28/04 11/14/06 12/21/06

W, 80-71 W, 94-65 W, 76-74 W, 85-64 L, 63-73 W, 76-70 W, 74-72 L, 44-72

A H A H A H H A

FISK 12/6/80

W, 69-40

1-0 H

FLORIDA 12/28/89

L, 68-83

0-1 N

FLORIDA SOUTHERN 12/31/82 W, 60-56

1-0 N

FLORIDA STATE 12/2/01 L, 65-89

0-1 A

FORT CAMPBELL 11/12/79 W, 116-52 1/5/81 W, 111-37 1/19/81 W, 77-55

3-0 H H A

FREED-HARDEMAN 11/13/80 W, 73-66 11/21/81 W, 65-63 1/15/83 L, 64-67 12/15/83 W, 88-73 12/12/86 W, 78-54 12/4/87 L, 74-79

4-2 H A H H H H

GEORGIA 12/16/97

W, 71-66

1-0 A

GEORGIA SOUTHERN 11/25/88 L, 68-74 11/21/97 W, 88-86

1-1 A H

GEORGIA STATE 12/29/98 W, 61-59 12/30/99 L, 64-69

1-1 A H

HOWARD 11/16/01

L, 64-73

0-1 N

ILLINOIS STATE 12/3/95 L, 54-58

0-1 N

INDIANA 12/4/92

L, 61-77

0-1 A

INDIANA STATE 12/8/84 W, 68-50 12/17/00 L, 85-89 11/21/01 W, 73-58

2-1 A A H

JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/12/99 W, 100-92 11/21/00 W, 73-62 2/5/04 W, 76-67 2/21/04 L, 64-66 2/3/05 L, 70-77 2/19/05 W, 78-66 1/5/06 W, 63-59 1/26/06 L, 52-73 1/4/07 W, 74-67 1/25/07 W, 83-74 1/5/08 L, 67-72 1/24/08 L, 56-76 1/24/09 W, 82-57 2/19/09 L, 71-75

8-6 A H H A A H H A A H H A H A

KANSAS 11/27/98

L, 57-64

0-1 N

MARQUETTE 11/23/90

L, 67-73

0-1 A

KENNESAW STATE 12/19/06 L, 49-56 12/1/07 W, 67-55

1-1 H A

MARS HILL 3/10/78

L, 78-80

0-1 N

KENTUCKY 12/30/88 11/15/98 11/19/99 12/30/03

0-4 A A H A

MARSHALL 12/7/84 12/15/03

W, 75-74 W, 53-50

2-0 N A

MARTIN METHODIST 11/26/94 W, 91-47 12/18/95 W, 76-46 12/2/98 L, 72-76

2-1 H H H

L, 57-95 L, 71-88 L, 52-88 L, 56-82

KENTUCKY STATE 1/9/86 W, 100-45 2/4/86 W, 70-54

2-0 H A

KNOXVILLE COLLEGE 2/28/80 W, 74-58

1-0 N

LAMBUTH 11/21/77 12/5/77 3/4/78 11/20/78 12/4/78 11/20/79 11/25/80

L, 51-67 L, 45-60 W, 59-55 W, 75-71 L, 55-63 L, 49-66 W, 75-69

3-4 A H H H A A H

LEWIS (ILL.) 1/3/82

W, 63-58

1-0 N

LINCOLN MEMORIAL 3/3/77 L, 38-84

0-1 N

LIPSCOMB 12/1/77 1/31/78 3/1/79 11/27/79 1/22/80 11/15/80 11/21/80 11/19/81 11/30/81 11/29/82 1/5/84 11/23/85 2/2/87 2/9/88 1/5/89 12/5/00 12/6/01 2/11/03 12/22/03 11/24/06 11/15/08

W, 73-47 W, 93-41 W, 57-52 W, 60-46 W, 70-56 L, 52-61 W, 79-47 W, 85-71 W, 81-59 L, 78-81 W, 71-63 W, 100-85 L, 62-66 W, 95-69 L, 54-55 W, 79-69 W, 77-63 W, 76-48 W, 65-60 L, 55-56 W, 65-54

LOUISVILLE 2/6/89 2/8/90 2/14/91 12/1/92 12/29/00 11/17/08

L, 64-75 L, 87-91 L, 64-92 L, 76-83 L, 68-91 L, 42-72

0-6 A H A H A A

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 11/28/98 L, 66-78

0-1 A

LSU 3/21/04

0-1 A

L, 66-83

16-5 A H N H A A H A H H A H A H A H A H A N H

MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORE 1-0 12/28/00 W, 73-62 N MARYVILLE 2/8/80 2/7/81

W, 81-53 W, 82-67

2-0 A H

MCNEESE STATE 12/21/93 W, 65-57

1-0 N

MEMPHIS 1/29/81 12/7/81 12/19/98 11/22/99 11/22/02 12/3/03 11/25/05

L, 61-84 L, 59-90 L, 73-81 L, 67-93 L, 50-56 L, 70-81 W, 74-49

1-6 A H H A A H A

MERCER 12/9/89 2/15/90

W, 85-67 W, 56-54

2-0 H A

MIAMI (FLA.) 1/4/82 11/29/08

L, 52-74 L, 51-64

0-2 A A

MIAMI (OHIO) 1/2/82 L, 64-83 11/25/00 L, 68-88

0-2 N N

MICHIGAN 12/10/88

0-1 N

L, 57-77

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE • 57


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SERIES H I S TO R I E S MIDDLE TENNESSEE 1/24/77 L, 52-82 2/19/77 L, 46-82 1/21/78 L, 52-90 2/20/78 L, 70-72 1/20/79 L, 57-69 2/19/79 L, 77-90 1/17/80 L, 48-72 2/16/80 L, 59-67 1/15/81 L, 67-87 2/14/81 L, 65-74 1/23/82 L, 73-85 2/20/82 L, 64-68 1/28/83 L, 52-74 2/26/83 L, 73-87 1/26/84 L, 76-84 2/9/84 L, 74-87 1/26/85 L, 58-80 2/9/85 L, 75-86 3/5/85 L, 77-82 1/13/86 L, 66-72 2/15/86 L, 68-77 1/12/87 L, 68-92 2/14/87 L, 58-89 1/25/88 L, 58-85 2/27/88 L, 67-84 1/28/89 L, 66-81 2/13/89 L, 73-107 1/22/90 L, 47-85 2/17/90 L, 69-98 1/12/91 L, 66-87 2/25/91 L, 58-67 1/13/92 L, 60-107 2/22/92 L, 57-68 1/27/93 L, 70-91 2/25/93 L, 71-100 1/12/94 L, 62-82 2/23/94 L, 62-67 1/12/95 L, 71-81 2/20/95 L, 64-87 3/4/95 L, 56-73 1/6/96 L, 56-72 2/3/96 W, 81-67 3/4/96 W, 69-60 1/23/97 W, 70-66 2/5/97 W, 66-62 2/25/97 L, 59-60 1/19/98 L, 43-66 2/16/98 W, 80-65 1/16/99 L, 59-70 2/13/99 L, 45-69 1/20/00 W, 74-68 2/17/00 L, 63-84 3/4/00 W, 67-58 12/3/00 L, 62-91 11/27/01 L, 69-78 1/6/03 W, 78-68 12/20/03 L, 46-61 12/21/04 L, 55-57 12/28/05 W, 71-69 12/4/06 L, 49-80 12/15/07 L, 60-95 12/16/08 L, 53-62

9-53 H A A H H A A H H A A H A H A H H A A A H H A A H H A A H A H A H A H A H H A N A H N H A N A H H A A H N A H A H A H A H A

MILLIGAN 12/15/76 3/1/78

W, 88-29 W, 88-68

2-0 A H

MISSISSIPPI 12/10/82

L, 48-102

0-1 A

MISSISSIPPI STATE 12/30/97 L, 59-83

0-1 A

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY 12/9/87 L, 70-78 2/4/88 L, 79-88

0-2 A H

MISSOURI 12/6/91 12/7/02 11/28/03

L, 55-98 W, 66-53 L, 43-78

1-2 A A N

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY 12/20/91 L, 59-69 12/6/02 W, 70-62

1-1 H A

MISSOURI S&T 12/29/89 L, 70-88

0-1 N

MOREHEAD STATE 2/15/78 L, 56-63 1/15/79 L, 63-79 2/8/79 L, 54-67 12/5/79 L, 40-66 1/12/80 L, 58-66 1/10/81 L, 49-56 1/16/82 L, 48-73 2/13/82 L, 61-72 1/7/83 L, 59-73 2/5/83 L, 66-84 3/8/83 L, 52-71 1/19/84 W, 64-51 2/23/84 L, 57-73 1/19/85 L, 59-64 2/23/85 W, 66-65 1/25/86 W, 81-76 2/10/86 L, 57-62 1/24/87 L, 63-67 2/9/87 L, 55-77 1/16/88 L, 78-84 2/22/88 L, 64-76 1/16/89 L, 48-82 2/25/89 L, 79-87 1/15/90 L, 68-80 2/24/90 L, 67-85 1/28/91 L, 76-90 2/9/91 W, 68-67 1/20/92 W, 88-85 2/15/92 L, 72-92 1/18/93 W, 76-64 2/8/93 L, 63-87 1/15/94 W, 105-79 2/14/94 W, 70-68 1/14/95 W, 85-69 2/13/95 W, 73-63 1/22/96 L, 72-75 2/17/96 W, 91-73 1/27/97 W, 89-84 2/22/97 L, 75-86 1/10/98 W, 86-59 2/7/98 W, 66-61 1/7/99 W, 77-73 2/4/99 W, 76-70 1/15/00 W, 80-70 2/12/00 W, 81-59 1/11/01 W, 82-68 2/8/01 W, 83-80 3/2/01 W, 71-63 2/4/02 W, 89-61 2/18/02 L, 63-72 2/3/03 W, 83-76 3/1/03 W, 83-77

5 8 • 2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE

32-33 H A A N H A H A H A N H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A H H A H A A H H A A H N H A A H

1/17/04 3/2/04 1/15/05 12/8/05 2/25/06 2/28/06 12/7/06 2/24/07 12/6/07 3/1/08 1/3/09 1/31/09 3/3/09

W, 78-62 W, 73-61 W, 78-72 L, 75-81 L, 52-63 L, 78-81 L, 61-66 W, 74-66 W, 75-71 L, 40-43 W, 73-52 W, 61-59 W, 78-74

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

MORRIS BROWN 12/20/02 W, 92-45

1-0 A

MURRAY STATE 1/15/77 L, 52-53 2/26/77 L, 42-65 1/28/78 L, 49-64 2/25/78 L, 58-79 1/27/79 L, 54-77 2/24/79 W, 76-62 1/24/80 W, 69-62 2/21/80 L, 72-73 1/22/81 L, 75-76 2/19/81 W, 72-66 1/9/82 L, 64-69 2/6/82 L, 56-62 1/29/83 L, 72-81 2/25/83 W, 83-72 2/3/84 L, 68-70 3/3/84 W, 79-69 1/9/85 W, 89-59 2/2/85 W, 68-63 2/1/86 L, 78-79 2/28/86 W, 73-67 1/31/87 L, 76-90 2/28/87 L, 59-87 2/6/88 L, 72-93 2/8/88 L, 74-94 1/7/89 L, 71-74 2/4/89 L, 61-77 1/25/90 L, 72-87 2/3/90 L, 55-80 1/7/91 L, 77-88 2/2/91 L, 67-72 1/11/92 L, 66-81 2/29/92 L, 72-84 1/9/93 W, 87-75 2/20/93 L, 76-94 1/29/94 W, 84-69 2/26/94 W, 84-73 1/28/95 W, 79-59 2/25/95 W, 80-67 1/27/96 W, 65-63 2/26/96 W, 66-58 1/11/97 W, 75-60 2/10/97 W, 70-66 1/26/98 W, 63-46 2/19/98 L, 60-68 1/23/99 L, 57-72 2/20/99 W, 72-68 12/2/99 L, 65-78 1/11/00 W, 79-73 12/10/00 W, 98-87 2/6/01 W, 66-55 2/27/01 W, 77-61 1/12/02 W, 85-73 2/9/02 L, 57-66

32-35 H A H A A H H A A H A H A H A H H H A H H A A H H A H A A H H A H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H H A

1/11/03 2/8/03 3/4/03 2/14/04 2/12/05 1/12/06 2/2/06 1/11/07 2/1/07 1/10/08 1/31/08 1/10/09 2/7/09 3/6/09

W, 62-61 W, 81-57 W, 75-54 W, 80-70 L, 70-81 W, 83-66 W, 82-64 L, 63-64 W, 82-70 L, 59-81 L, 57-78 L, 77-87 L, 76-94 W, 90-84

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

L, 73-95 W, 92-82

1-1 A H

NEW ORLEANS 11/30/96 L, 59-77

0-1 A

NORTH ALABAMA 1/13/83 L, 49-76 1/31/84 L, 52-71

0-2 A H

NORTH CAROLINA 3/22/03 L, 70-72 12/30/08 L, 61-93

0-2 N A

NORTHEAST LOUISIANA 11/29/96 W, 67-64

1-0 N

OHIO 12/2/02 12/13/03

W, 69-38 W, 69-53

2-0 H A

OHIO STATE 12/29/02

L, 60-76

0-1 A

PURDUE 3/16/02

L, 49-80

0-1 A

RADFORD 12/29/95

W, 81-65

1-0 N

ROBERT MORRIS 12/21/99 W, 80-65

1-0 N

ROLLINS 1/1/83

L, 69-71

0-1 A

SAINT LOUIS 12/1/89 11/27/90 2/8/95 12/7/95 12/19/00 1/2/02 11/27/04

L, 62-68 W, 77-61 W, 66-59 W, 75-57 L, 57-71 W, 78-61 L, 65-76

4-3 A H A H A H A

SAMFORD 2/7/04 2/19/04 2/5/05 2/17/05 1/28/06 2/11/06 1/27/07 2/10/07 1/26/08 2/9/08

W, 54-43 W, 66-61 L, 52-59 L, 48-50 W, 60-59 L, 41-45 L, 54-68 L, 55-67 L, 46-64 L, 56-65

3-7 H A A H A H H A A H

NAVY 12/18/94 12/31/94

SIU EDWARDSVILLE 12/13/08 W, 74-52

1-0 H

SOUTH ALABAMA 12/2/94 W, 88-57

1-0 N

SOUTH CAROLINA 12/30/93 L, 51-90

0-1 N

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 3/9/78 L, 56-90

0-1 N

SOUTH FLORIDA 12/30/82 L, 61-87 2/6/84 L, 69-77

0-2 A H

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 1/4/89 L, 58-72 1/4/92 L, 72-79 2/1/92 L, 68-69 1/11/93 L, 63-70 2/22/93 L, 45-77 1/31/94 L, 66-76 2/28/94 W, 78-69 1/30/95 L, 86-88 2/27/95 W, 82-73 1/15/96 W, 81-60 2/10/96 W, 64-50 1/4/97 W, 86-58 2/3/97 W, 77-60 12/6/97 L, 66-77 2/4/98 W, 69-58 12/12/98 L, 55-69 1/12/99 L, 56-76 1/8/00 L, 72-74 2/5/00 W, 95-71 1/6/01 L, 80-87 2/1/01 W, 67-66 1/26/02 W, 77-73 2/23/02 L, 68-80 2/26/02 W, 76-67 1/25/03 W, 58-45 2/22/03 W, 80-78 3/8/03 W, 85-61 1/8/04 W, 64-54 1/24/04 W, 68-65 3/5/04 W, 72-55 1/6/05 L, 56-59 1/22/05 L, 52-84 1/14/06 L, 54-72 1/30/06 L, 57-73 1/13/07 W, 75-60 1/29/07 L, 56-67 2/27/07 L, 54-58 1/12/08 L, 54-70 2/20/08 L, 47-67 12/4/08 W, 61-50 2/28/09 W, 80-74

20-21 H A H H A H A A H H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H H A N A H N H A A H H A A H A A H

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 11/29/06 L, 41-54 11/28/07 W, 75-72

1-1 A H

SOUTHERN INDIANA 11/17/84 W, 77-72 1/17/85 W, 85-72 11/27/85 W, 76-61 1/14/86 W, 67-44 12/5/86 W, 68-63 11/28/87 W, 81-74

6-0 A H A H H A


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SERIES H I S TO R I E S SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 12/18/82 L, 69-102 12/20/93 L, 75-99 11/24/07 L, 65-76

0-2 N A A

TENNESSEE 11/15/96 3/16/01

0-2 A A

L, 59-80 L, 38-80

TENNESSEE STATE 1/26/80 L, 65-72 2/23/80 W, 89-78 1/3/86 W, 88-76 2/19/86 W, 103-89 12/10/86 W, 68-64 2/4/87 W, 88-41 1/11/88 W, 82-77 2/15/88 W, 62-59 3/9/88 W, 97-60 1/30/89 W, 70-57 2/11/89 W, 70-61 1/27/90 L, 55-74 2/12/90 L, 72-91 1/21/91 L, 43-54 2/16/91 W, 59-56 1/27/92 L, 66-75 2/8/92 L, 57-63 1/30/93 L, 68-85 2/27/93 L, 74-91 1/3/94 L, 66-69 2/7/94 L, 60-71 1/4/95 L, 60-72 2/6/95 W, 67-62 1/11/96 W, 71-57 2/15/96 W, 75-53 1/18/97 L, 62-67 2/15/97 W, 72-62 1/3/98 L, 51-78 1/31/98 W, 76-59 1/2/99 L, 49-51 1/30/99 L, 62-72 1/29/00 W, 73-65 2/26/00 W, 72-70 1/27/01 W, 73-68 2/24/01 L, 72-77 1/19/02 W, 80-70 2/14/02 W, 62-52 1/23/03 W, 82-57 2/15/03 W, 93-45 1/29/04 W, 74-58 1/27/05 W, 90-57 2/4/06 W, 83-68 2/13/06 W, 80-55 1/12/07 W, 81-72 2/3/07 L, 71-84 2/2/08 L, 72-74 2/11/08 L, 69-70 1/17/09 L, 52-56 2/14/09 L, 61-69

28-21 A H H A A H A H H H A A H H A A H A H H A A H A H A H A H H A A H H A H A A H A H H A H A H A A H

TENNESSEE TECH 2/4/78 L, 49-73 1/6/79 L, 65-83 2/3/79 L, 53-116 12/4/79 W, 75-69 1/5/80 W, 74-63 1/3/81 L, 68-78 1/21/82 L, 65-99 2/18/82 L, 63-87 3/5/82 L, 64-74 1/22/83 L, 64-75

14-55 H H A N A H A H A H

2/17/83 1/28/84 2/11/84 1/28/85 2/11/85 1/11/86 2/17/86 1/10/87 2/16/87 1/22/88 2/29/88 1/21/89 2/20/89 1/20/90 2/19/90 1/19/91 2/18/91 1/25/92 2/10/92 1/14/93 2/11/93 1/8/94 2/19/94 3/6/94 1/7/95 2/18/95 1/13/96 2/12/96 1/9/97 2/20/97 1/17/98 2/14/98 2/24/98 1/14/99 2/11/99 2/23/99 1/22/00 2/19/00 3/5/00 1/18/01 2/15/01 3/3/01 1/17/02 2/16/02 3/3/02 1/20/03 2/24/03 1/27/04 2/24/04 1/25/05 2/22/05 12/1/05 2/18/06 12/2/06 2/17/07 1/3/08 2/16/08 1/22/09 2/21/09

L, 55-84 L, 66-80 L, 61-76 L, 72-80 W, 73-64 L, 87-97 L, 70-84 L, 58-98 L, 68-81 L, 47-75 L, 57-80 L, 72-82 L, 62-94 L, 55-102 L, 74-94 L, 61-88 L, 48-93 L, 59-71 L, 69-79 L, 70-109 L, 62-91 L, 55-75 L, 61-64 L, 60-86 W, 69-66 L, 70-94 L, 59-60 W, 59-52 L, 70-72 L, 63-68 L, 48-78 L, 53-75 L, 60-80 L, 60-77 L, 51-78 L, 60-74 L, 58-75 L, 68-77 L, 80-89 L, 64-87 L, 69-102 W, 65-63 L, 80-81 L, 62-80 W, 85-83 W, 65-54 W, 73-58 W, 79-69 W, 94-72 L, 72-85 L, 60-70 L, 74-96 W, 72-64 W, 66-57 L, 51-63 L, 52-65 L, 52-69 W, 83-81 L, 53-69

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

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 11/27/76 L, 58-60 2/1/77 L, 45-57 2/2/80 W, 71-61 12/15/80 W, 75-64 11/21/83 W, 78-76 11/9/84 W, 83-64 11/20/84 W, 69-64

5-2 H A A H H H A

TENNESSEE-MARTIN 11/24/76 L, 28-50

38-23 H

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

TUSCULUM 1/7/78

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 1-0 11/23/07 W, 66-57 N

1/21/77 2/4/77 2/11/77 11/28/77 2/8/78 11/28/78 12/9/78 12/1/79 12/16/79 1/8/80 12/14/80 1/31/81 2/21/81 2/28/81 11/28/81 12/10/81 1/6/82 2/28/82 12/11/82 2/10/83 12/3/83 2/28/84 1/5/85 2/4/85 11/26/91 2/5/92 1/23/93 2/13/93 2/5/94 2/16/94 2/4/95 2/16/95 1/29/96 2/24/96 1/13/97 2/8/97 1/24/98 2/21/98 1/21/99 2/18/99 12/4/99 2/8/00 2/29/00 1/15/01 2/22/01 1/10/02 1/31/02 1/13/03 1/30/03 3/7/03 2/12/04 2/10/05 1/2/06 1/19/06 1/2/07 1/18/07 1/17/08 2/23/08 1/8/09 2/3/09

TROY 12/12/80 11/19/04 11/18/05 11/21/08

L, 53-88 L, 50-63 L, 42-60 W, 60-57 W, 66-61 L, 67-74 W, 68-65 W, 89-52 L, 52-59 W, 75-61 W, 70-67 W, 60-55 W, 68-61 L, 53-54 L, 68-74 L, 53-73 W, 69-62 W, 74-61 L, 68-82 L, 74-76 W, 88-62 W, 94-87 W, 101-55 W, 103-61 W, 111-98 W, 83-81 L, 90-95 W, 65-55 W, 73-65 L, 70-73 W, 87-84 L, 65-76 W, 87-74 W, 75-69 W, 78-60 W, 69-57 L, 64-85 L, 48-69 L, 49-70 L, 58-74 L, 80-84 L, 48-53 W, 90-60 W, 69-66 W, 86-83 L, 76-81 W, 72-60 W, 85-71 W, 81-58 W, 73-58 W, 71-63 L, 58-64 W, 61-49 W, 62-59 W, 57-55 L, 54-64 W, 58-52 W, 55-48 W, 71-55 W, 77-54

W, 87-74 W, 79-64 L, 61-68 L, 61-65

2-2 N H A H

W, 62-57

1-0 A

UNC-GREENSBORO 12/29/91 L, 70-76

0-1 N

UNION (TENN.) 11/19/77 12/12/77 3/2/78 12/2/78 1/30/79 1/28/80 2/29/80

L, 69-74 L, 54-82 W, 88-82 L, 100-105 L, 62-80 L, 63-78 L, 73-114

1-6 A H H A H A A

UNLV 12/20/07

L, 38-56

0-1 A

VALPARAISO 12/14/91 L, 69-81 11/27/93 L, 70-90

0-2 A H

VANDERBILT 12/3/76 1/29/77 12/10/77 2/11/78 12/15/79 12/13/80 12/20/80 12/2/81 3/1/82 12/1/82 11/30/88 1/31/90 12/31/90 12/15/02

W, 75-41 L, 39-49 W, 81-61 L, 70-75 L, 56-77 L, 69-71 L, 57-58 L, 74-80 L, 76-78 L, 47-94 L, 30-97 L, 62-88 L, 60-111 L, 50-84

2-12 A H H A N N H A N H A H A A

WESTERN CAROLINA 2/10/90 W, 88-81 1/4/91 W, 95-89

2-0 A A

WESTERN KENTUCKY 1/11/77 L, 55-70 2/8/77 L, 49-78 1/23/78 L, 49-63 2/18/78 L, 49-63 1/22/79 L, 57-85 2/17/79 L, 67-91 1/19/80 W, 56-55 2/14/80 L, 53-64 1/17/81 L, 55-66 2/12/81 W, 93-88 12/19/81 W, 89-77 1/28/82 L, 57-80 3/4/82 W, 72-69 12/8/88 L, 54-96 11/19/98 L, 53-94 11/23/04 L, 50-89 12/17/05 L, 47-70

4-13 H A H A A H H A A H A H N A A A H

WILLIAM AND MARY 11/24/90 L, 54-59

0-1 N

WINTHROP 1/3/05 12/30/05

W, 49-46 W, 79-64

2-0 A H

WISCONSIN 12/2/95

L, 64-84

0-1 N

WRIGHT STATE 12/7/91 L, 53-55 12/19/92 L, 65-70 12/6/93 L, 53-62

0-3 N A H

WYOMING 11/30/90

0-1 N

L, 59-77

YOUNGSTOWN STATE 1/12/84 W, 81-78 2/16/84 W, 99-98 1/12/85 W, 77-68 2/16/85 L, 84-88 1/20/86 L, 79-80 2/22/86 L, 72-80 1/19/87 L, 58-71 2/21/87 L, 68-102 2/1/88 L, 61-79 2/13/88 L, 68-69

3-7 A H H A H A A H A H

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SERIES BR E A KO U T S NOTES: Austin Peay women’s basketball began play during the 1972-73 season under the auspices of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. The Ohio Valley Conference began sponsoring women’s athletics beginning with the 1977-78 season. Known Ohio Valley Conference regular-season matches are noted with a bullet (•) prior to the opponent’s name. Match locations are indicated in parentheses after the opponents name as follows: (H)=home, (A)=away, (N)=neutral and (*)=unknown. Numbers in brackets following opponents name are that team’s poll rankings (Associated Press/WBCA Coaches Poll), when known. Internal records for the period from 1972-1976 are incomplete and are not included here. If you have information for these years please contact the Austin Peay sports information office.

vs. Ranked Foes

12/4/79 Tennessee Tech [14/—] (N) W, 75-69 12/8/88 Western Kentucky [10/11] (A) L, 54-96 1/23/89 Auburn [1/1] (A) L, 37-85 1/20/90 • Tennessee Tech [18/18] (A) L, 55-102 2/19/90 • Tennessee Tech [18/20] (H) L, 74-94 12/2/95 Wisconsin [20/NR] (N) L, 64-84 3/16/96 ‡ Clemson [14/14] (A) L, 52-79 11/15/96 Tennessee [4/4] (A) L, 59-80 12/15/96 Clemson [22/23] (A) L, 68-88 12/16/97 Georgia [11/9] (A) W, 71-66 11/27/98 Kansas [19/16] (N) L, 57-64 12/19/98 Memphis [24/NR] (H) L, 73-81 3/16/01 ‡ Tennessee [3/3] (A) L, 38-80 3/16/02 ‡ Purdue [9/8] (A) L, 49-80 12/15/02 Vanderbilt [9/9] (A) L, 50-84 3/22/03 ‡ North Carolina [12/11] (N) L, 70-72 3/21/03 ‡ LSU [19/19] (A) L, 66-83 11/17/08 Louisville [9/10] (A) L, 42-72 12/30/08 North Carolina [2/2] (A) L, 61-93 3/24/09 ‡ Duke [6/8] (N) L, 41-83 APSU vs. ranked opponents 2-18

100-Point Games

12/2/78 Union (Tenn.) (*) 1979-80 Fort Campbell (*) 1/5/81 Fort Campbell (H) 1/5/85 Tennessee-Martin (A) 2/4/85 Tennessee-Martin (A) 11/23/85 Lipscomb (H) 1/9/86 Kentucky State (H) 2/19/86 Tennessee State (A) 12/7/87 Evansville (H) 1/18/88 • Eastern Kentucky (H) 11/26/91 Tennessee-Martin (A) 12/12/92 Bethel (H) 1/15/94 • Morehead State (H) 12/12/99 Jacksonville State (A) 1/7/02 • Eastern Illinois (H) APSU when scoring 100 points

L, 100-105 W, 116-52 W, 111-37 W, 101-55 W, 103-61 W, 100-85 W, 100-45 W, 103-89 W, 107-106 OT2 W, 109-95 W, 111-98 W, 108-84 W, 105-79 W, 100-92 W, 103-69 14-1

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Overtime Games

2/11/78 Vanderbilt (A) 3/10/78 Mars Hill (N) 1/26/84 • Middle Tennessee (A) 2/16/84 • Youngstown State (H) 2/28/84 Tennessee-Martin (A) 2/25/85 • Eastern Kentucky (H) 12/7/87 Evansville (H) 2/10/90 Western Carolina (A) 1/4/91 Western Carolina (A) 2/5/92 Tennessee-Martin (H) 12/1/93 Cleveland State (H) 1/30/95 • Southeast Missouri (A) 2/4/95 • Tennessee-Martin (H) 2/24/96 • Tennessee-Martin (A) 2/26/96 • Murray State (A) 1/9/97 • Tennessee Tech (A) 1/23/97 • Middle Tennessee (H) 11/30/97 Chattanooga (A) 2/20/99 • Murray State (H) 1/11/00 • Murray State (A) 1/15/00 • Morehead State (H) 1/26/00 Belmont (H) 12/17/00 Indiana State (A) 1/10/02 • Tennessee-Martin (H) 1/17/02 • Tennessee Tech (H) 3/2/02 † Eastern Kentucky (N) 2/1/03 • Eastern Kentucky (A) 1/19/06 • Tennessee-Martin (H) 1/28/06 • Samford (A) 2/28/06 † Morehead State (H) 11/25/06 Central Arkansas (N) 12/6/07 • Morehead State (H) 12/8/07 • Eastern Kentucky (H) 2/9/08 • Samford (H) 1/22/09 • Tennessee Tech (H) 2/19/09 • Jacksonville State (A) 2/28/09 • Southeast Missouri (H) 3/7/09 † Eastern Illinois (N) APSU in overtime games

L, 70-75 OT L, 78-80 OT L, 76-84 OT W, 99-98 OT2 W, 94-87 OT W, 62-61 OT W, 107-106 OT2 W, 88-81 OT W, 95-89 OT W, 83-81 OT L, 92-93 OT L, 86-88 OT W, 87-84 OT W, 75-69 OT W, 66-58 OT2 L, 70-72 OT W, 70-66 OT W, 73-63 OT W, 72-68 OT W, 79-73 OT W, 80-70 OT L, 81-86 OT L, 85-89 OT L, 76-81 OT L, 80-81 OT W, 78-77 OT W, 69-68 OT W, 62-59 OT W, 60-59 OT L, 78-81 OT L, 61-67 OT W, 75-71 OT L, 66-68 OT L, 56-65 OT W, 83-81 OT2 L, 71-75 OT W, 80-74 OT W, 69-65 OT2 23-15

Season Openers

11/24/76 Tennessee-Martin (H) 11/19/77 Union (Tenn.) (A) 11/20/78 Lambuth (H) 11/12/79 Fort Campbell (H) 11/13/80 Freed-Hardeman (H) 11/19/81 Lipscomb (A) 11/29/82 Lipscomb (H) 11/21/83 Tennessee Wesleyan (H) 11/9/84 Tennessee Wesleyan (H) 11/22/85 Chattanooga (H) 11/28/86 Alabama-Huntsville (H) 11/28/87 Southern Indiana (A) 11/25/88 Georgia Southern (A) 11/24/89 Appalachian State (A) 11/23/90 Marquette (A) 11/23/91 Chattanooga (H) 12/1/92 Louisville (H) 11/27/93 Valparaiso (H) 11/26/94 Martin Methodist (H) 11/25/95 Bethel (H) 11/15/96 Tennessee [4/4] (A) 11/21/97 Georgia Southern (H) 11/15/98 Kentucky (A) 11/19/99 Kentucky (H) 11/18/00 Belmont (A) 11/16/01 Howard (N) 11/22/02 Memphis (A) 11/21/03 Evansville (A) 11/9/04 Troy (H) 11/18/05 Troy (A) 11/10/06 Chattanooga (A) 11/9/07 Chattanooga 11/15/08 Lipscomb (H) APSU in season openers

L, 28-50 L, 69-74 W, 75-71 W, 116-52 W, 73-66 W, 85-71 L, 78-81 W, 78-76 W, 83-64 W, 77-55 W, 93-63 W, 81-74 L, 68-74 L, 61-91 L, 67-73 L, 71-89 L, 76-83 L, 70-90 W, 91-47 W, 89-61 L, 59-80 W, 88-86 L, 71-88 L, 52-88 L, 72-84 L, 64-73 L, 50-56 L, 63-73 W, 79-64 L, 61-68 L, 56-80 L, 50-64 W, 65-54 14-19

Home Openers

11/24/76 Tennessee-Martin (H) 12/5/77 Lambuth (H) 11/20/78 Lambuth (H) 11/12/79 Fort Campbell (H) 11/13/80 Freed-Hardeman (H) 11/27/81 Alabama-Huntsville (H) 11/29/82 Lipscomb (H) 11/21/83 Tennessee Wesleyan (H) 11/9/84 Tennessee Wesleyan (H) 11/22/85 Chattanooga (H) 11/28/86 Alabama-Huntsville (H) 12/3/87 Chattanooga (H) 1/4/88 Southeast Missouri (H) 12/6/89 Chattanooga (H) 11/27/90 Saint Louis (H) 11/23/91 Chattanooga (H) 12/1/92 Louisville (H) 11/27/93 Valparaiso (H) 11/26/94 Martin Methodist (H) 11/25/95 Bethel (H) 11/27/96 Chattanooga (H) 11/21/97 Georgia Southern (H) 12/2/98 Martin Methodist (H) 11/19/99 Kentucky (H) 11/21/00 Jacksonville State (H) 11/21/01 Indiana State (H) 11/26/02 Evansville (H) 11/24/03 Cumberland (H) 11/9/04 Troy (H) 12/8/05 • Morehead State (H) 11/14/06 Evansville (H) 11/9/07 Chattanooga (H) 11/15/08 Lipscomb (H) APSU in home openers

L, 28-50 L, 45-60 W, 75-71 W, 116-52 W, 73-66 L, 65-77 L, 78-81 W, 78-76 W, 83-64 W, 77-55 W, 93-63 L, 70-71 L, 58-72 W, 75-74 W, 77-61 L, 71-89 L, 76-83 L, 70-90 W, 91-47 W, 89-61 W, 87-65 W, 88-86 L, 72-76 L, 52-88 W, 73-62 W, 73-58 W, 85-64 W, 80-54 W, 79-64 L, 75-81 W, 74-72 L, 50-64 W, 65-54 20-13


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPION S H I P S Q UA DS 1977-78 Austin Peay Lady Govs

1995-96 Austin Peay Lady Govs

Small College State Women’s Basketball Champions AIAW Region 2 Tournament - Fourth Place Team Members: Teena Brown, Sandra Dailey, Brenda McFarlin, Golena Rucker, Shelia Smotherman, Elaine Swafford, Doreen Whitmore and Carol Wood

NCAA Tournament Participants OVC Regular Season Co-Champions OVC Tournament Champions

Front Row (l to r): Manager Lexie Bynum, Natalie Bukovick, Stephanie Shelton, Wendy Kincaid, Sonia White, Bridgett Robbins, Simone Caldwell, Carrie Thompson and manager Toni Long. Back row (l to r): Assistant coach Sheryl Krmpotich, Angelica Suffren, Colleen Polzin, Amanda Behrenbrinker, Heaven Hayden, head coach LaDonna Wilson, Julie Virta, Tracey Drechsel, Sonja Cox, Rhonda Neely and assistant coach Marcus Payne.

2000-01 Austin Peay Lady Govs

2001-02 Austin Peay Lady Govs

NCAA Tournament Participants OVC Tournament Champions

NCAA Tournament Participants OVC Tournament Champions

Front Row (l to r): Tiffany Swoffard, Sarah Calvert, Paige Smith, Kelly Chavez, Brooke Armistead, Andréa Alvarez and Jocelyn Duke. Back Row (l to r): Athletic Trainer Karen Lovell, Graduate Assistant Coach Lisa McDonald, Head Coach Susie Gardner, Tiffany McCarley, Tanesha Murray, Felicia Dowell, Gerlonda Hardin, Assistant Coach Rochone Dilligard, Assistant Coach Amanda Butler and Manager Demetrious Daniels.

Front Row (l to r): Manager Demetrius Daniels, Tiffany Swoffard, Sarah Calvert, Jessica Ezell, Cassandra Peek, Kelly Chavez, Gina Bauer, Brooke Armistead, Paige Smith and athletic trainer Karen Lovell. Back Row (l to r): Strength coach John Mellish, assistant coach Becky Padgett, head coach Susie Gardner, Ashley Bohanan, Shatika Hutcherson, Gerlonda Hardin, Leah Frierson, Tanesha Murray, assistant coach Rochone Dilligard and graduate assistant Laura Davis.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPION S H I P S Q UA DS 2002-03 Austin Peay Lady Govs

2003-04 Austin Peay Lady Govs

NCAA Tournament Participants OVC Undefeated Regular-Season Champions OVC Tournament Champions

NCAA Tournament Participants OVC Tournament Champions

Front Row (l to r): Jessica Grayson, Christian Stefanopoulos, Cassandra Peek and Kera Bergeron. Middle Row (l to r): Student manager Anna Lowe, student manager Shelby Stack, Carden Cobb, Paige Smith, Brooke Armistead, Ashley Haynes, assistant athletic trainer Karen Lovell, and student manager Demetrius Daniels. Back Row (l to r): Student assistant coach Sarah Calvert, assistant coach Tavares Jackson, head coach Susie Gardner, Leah Frierson, Alicia Watson, Barb Schlarmann, Gerlonda Hardin, Missy Booker, assistant coach Becky Padgett and graduate assistant coach Julia Huddleston.

2008-09 Austin Peay Lady Govs

NCAA Tournament Participants OVC Tournament Champions

Front Row (l to r): Charnesia Smith, Alex Bivens, Salem Richardson, Darcie Warner, Whitney Hanley, Brooke Faulkner and Emily Pollock. Back Row (l to r): Nicole Jamen, April Thomas, Nikki Talley, Jasmine Rayner, Lauren Jones and Ashley Herring

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Front Row (l to r): Team manager Sarah Calvert, Christian Stefanopoulos, Carden Cobb, Jessica Grayson, Gerlonda Hardin, Christy Elliot, Ashley Haynes, Cassandra Peek and team manager Demetrious Daniels. Back Row (l to r): Assistant coach Eric White, student assistant coach Paige Smith, assistant coach Kidada Holtzclaw, Kera Bergeron, Missy Booker, Barb Schlarmann, Alicia Watson, head coach Andy Blackston, graduate assistant coach Brooke Armistead and certified athletic trainer Karen Lovell.


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL AN NUAL R E S U LT S / H E AD C OAC H E S Season 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 Overall

Overall Record Pct 3-17 .150 11-17 .393 5-18 .217 18-13 .581 16-14 .533 10-21 .323 2-24 .077 15-11 .577 19-9 .679 14-12 .538 6-19 .240 7-17 .292 2-23 .080 5-21 .192 5-21 .192 4-23 .148 5-21 .192 10-18 .357 15-12 .556 21-8 .724 17-11 .607 11-16 .407 6-21 .222 15-15 .500 17-14 .548 19-12 .613 27-4 .871 23-8 .742 8-19 .296 15-13 .536 10-20 .333 6-23 .207 17-16 .515 384-531 .420

OVC Record Pct — — 0-9 .000 1-10 .091 4-2 .667 0-6 .000 2-10 .167 1-9 .100 6-8 .429 7-7 .500 5-9 .357 0-14 .000 3-11 .214 2-10 .167 0-12 .000 2-10 .167 1-13 .071 4-12 .160 6-10 .375 9-7 .563 13-3 .813 13-5 .722 6-12 .333 5-13 .278 9-9 .500 10-6 .625 9-7 .563 16-0 1.000 14-2 .875 4-12 .250 12-8 .600 9-11 .450 3-17 .150 10-8 .556 186-282 .397

Regular Season — 8th 7th 4th 7th t-6th 6th 5th 4th 6th 8th 7th 6th 7th 7th 8th 8th 6th 5th t-1st t-2nd 7th 8th 6th 3rd 4th 1st 1st 9th 4th t-7th 10th 5th 3 titles

Tourney Finish — — — — — t-3rd (1-1) t-5th (0-1) — t-3rd (0-1) — — — — — — — — t-3rd (1-1) t-5th (0-1) 1st (2-0) t-5th (0-1) t-5th (0-1) t-5th (0-1) 2nd (2-1) 1st (3-0) 1st (3-0) 1st (3-0) 1st (3-0) — t-5th (0-1) t-5th (0-1) — 1st (3-0) 6 titles

Coach Child Cox Cox Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Williams Williams Williams Williams Phillips Phillips Phillips Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Gardner Gardner Gardner Gardner Gardner Gardner Gardner Blackston Blackston Blackston Daniels Daniels Daniels

Betsy Child

1976-77 Overall: 3-17 (.176)

Janine Cox

1977-79 Overall: 16-35 (.314) OVC: 1-19 (.050)

Pam Davidson

1979-84 Overall: 61-83 (.424) OVC: 13-38 (.255

Marvin Williams 1984-88 Overall: 47-56 (.456) OVC: 17-41 (.293)

Jim Phillips

1988-90 Overall: 7-44 (.137) OVC: 2-22 (.091)

LaDonna Wilson 1990-96 Overall: 59-103 (.364) OVC: 34-55 (.382)

Susie Gardner

1996-03 Overall: 112-93 (.546) OVC: 68-52 (.567)

Andy Blackston 2003-06 Overall: 46-40 (.535) OVC: 30-22 (.577)

Carrie Daniels

2006-current Overall: 33-59 (.429) OVC: 19-19 (.500)

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS A L L -T I M E H O N O R S & AWA R D S OVC Athlete of the Year (2) Brooke Armistead, 2002-03 Gerlonda Hardin, 2003-04

OVC Player of the Year (2) Brooke Armistead, 2002-03 Gerlonda Hardin, 2003-04

OVC Freshman of the Year (3) Brooke Armistead, 1999-00 Amanda Behrenbrinker, 1994-95 Gerlonda Hardin, 2000-01

OVC Coach of the Year (3) Andy Blackson, 2003-04 Susie Gardner, 2002-03 LaDonna Wilson (McClain), 1995-96

First-Team All-OVC (14)

Brooke Armistead, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03 Amanda Behrenbrinker, 1996-97 Gerlonda Hardin, 2002-03, 2003-04 Ashley Haynes, 2003-04, 2005-06 Shandra Maxwell, 1987-88, 1989-90 Golena Rucker, 1979-80 Elaine Swafford, 1978-79, 1979-80 Dorothy Taylor, 1985-86

Second-Team All-OVC (16) Brooke Armistead, 1999-00 Amanda Behrenbrinker, 1997-98 Simone Caldwell, 1996-97 Tonita Cannon, 1984-85 Tina Cottle, 1980-81 Amy Davis, 1982-83 Gerlonda Hardin, 2001-02 Ashley Haynes, 2004-05 Gayle Kinzer, 1981-82, 1983-84 Tracie Mason, 1990-91 Shandra Maxwell, 1988-89 Golena Rucker, 1980-81 Tomika Secrest, 1992-93 Dorothy Taylor, 1984-85 April Thomas, 2008-09 Georgie Vaughan, 1993-94 Sonia White, 1995-96

OVC All-Freshman Team (16) Brooke Armistead, 1999-00 Amanda Behrenbrinker, 1994-95 Kera Bergeron, 2002-03 Tina Cottle, 1980-81 Amy Davis, 1982-83 Gerlonda Hardin, 2000-01 Ashley Haynes, 2002-03 Jeanne Hinchee, 1978-79 Kristal Holmes, 1983-84 Kai Jones, 1997-98 Tracie Mason, 1987-88 Shandra Maxwell, 1986-87 Colleen Polzin, 1993-94 Paige Smith, 1999-00 Sherry Sullins, 1984-85 Lacritia Wilson, 1985-86

OVC All-Newcomer Team (3) Saundra Hale, 2005-06 Whitney Hanley, 2008-09 Ashley Herring, 2007-08

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CoSIDA Academic All-America

OVC All-Tournament Team (22)

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV First Team

Brooke Armistead, 2001, 2003 Simone Caldwell, 1996 Gerlonda Hardin, 2002, 2004 April Thomas, 2009

Brooke Armistead, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Kera Bergeron, 2004 Simone Caldwell, 1996 Kelly Chavez, 2000 Sonja Cox, 1996 Jessica Grayson, 2004 Gerlonda Hardin, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Ashley Herring, 2009 Gayle Kinzer, 1982 Emily Pollock, 2009 Colleen Polzin, 1994 Paige Smith, 2000, 2001, 2003 April Thomas, 2009 Sonia White, 1996

Steve Hamilton Award

The Steve Hamilton award is given annually to an Ohio Valley Conference male or female student-athlete who best exemplifies the characteristics of the late Morehead State student-athlete, coach and administrator. Criteria includes significant athletics performance along with good sportsmanship and citizenship.

Brooke Armistead, 2002-03 Julie Virta, 1998-99

OVC Scholar-Athlete Award

Brooke Armsitead, 2002-03 (2nd team) Julie Virta, 1998-99 (3rd team)

Brooke Armistead, 2002-03 Julie Virta, 1998-99

Armistead

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Second Team Brooke Armistead, 2000-01, 2001-02 Kera Bergeron, 2004-05 Ashley Haynes, 2005-06 Julie Virta, 1998-99

Behrenbrinker

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Third Team Gerlonda Hardin, 2003-04

Hardin

Haynes

Each year the OVC recognizes six student-athletes (three men, three women) to receive its prestigious Scholar-Athlete Award, based upon accomplishments in both the classroom and athletic arena and leadership qualities.

Julie Virta, 1998-99

OVC Academic Medal of Honor

The OVC Academic Medal of Honor is given annually to the student-athlete who achieves the highest grade point average in a Conference-sponsored sport.

Brooke Armistead, 2000-01, 2002-03 Natalie Bukovick, 1996-97 Tracey Drechsel, 1997-98 Gerlonda Hardin, 2003-04 Ashley Haynes, 2005-06 Mandy Henderson, 1989-90 Wendy Kincaid, 1995-96 Andrea Miller, 1996-97 Julie Virta, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99

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1985-86 1976-77 1999-01 2006-07 1999-03 2007-08 1986-88 1978-82 1990-91

CAVENDER, Amy CHAVEZ, Kelly CLARDY, Leslie CLAYBORNE, Pat CLIFTON, Glenda CLIFTON, Gloria COBB, Carden COFFEE, Jocelyn COKER, Melissa COKER, Stephanie COTTLE, Tina COX, Sonja COYLE, Clare CROSS, Jackie

Brooke Armistead (1999-2003)

DAILEY, Sandra DAVIS, Amy DAVIS, Katie DILLEHAY, Susan DORSEY, Theone DOWELL, Felicia DRECHSEL, Tracey DUKE, Jocelyn

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BACON, Amber BAKER, Abeke BARRETT, Ginger BAUER, Gina BAYHAM, Karen BECKER, Nathalie BEHRENBRINKER, Amanda BENFORD, Tiffany BERGERON, Kera BIVENS, Alex BLAND, Jametta BOHANAN, Ashley BOOKER, Missy BORDEN, Alexis BOTTOMS, Shanice BRITE, Sara BROWN, Angelen BROWN, Jennifer BROWN, Teena BUKOVICK, Natalie BURKS, Cleo

CAIN, Lillian CALDWELL, Simone CALVERT, Sarah CANNON, Tonita CARR, Melanie

C•

2004-08 1998-99 1985-86 2001-02 1976-77 1987-88 1994-98 2004-07 2002-05 2007-11 1991-94 2001-02 2002-05 1991-93 1989-90 1982-83 1979-80 1981-83 1976-78 1994-97 1983-84

1980-82 1995-97 2000-02 1983-85 1988-90

EASLEY, Shelia EDMONDS, Angela ELDREDGE, Pat ELLIOTT, Christy EVANS, Crystal EZELL, Jessica FAULKNER, Brooke FRIERSON, Leah FRITTS, Jennifer GAINES, Kim GOETZKE, Jacki GRAY, Carol GRAYSON, Jessica GREEN, Virginia GRIFFES, Sandi

HALE, Saundra HALL, Phyllis HALSEY, Valenica HARDAWAY, Ashley HARDIN, Gerlonda

1993-95 1997-02 1989-91 1978-79 1985-87 1985-87 2002-05 1991-92 1996-97 1996-98 1980-81 1992-96 1990-92 1981-82

D•

EFG•

HI•

1977-79 1982-85 1997-98 1977-81 1989-90 1999-01 1994-98 1999-01

1984-85 1979-80 1979-80 2003-04 1985-86 2001-02 2008-00 2002-03 1990-92 1979-80 2006-07 1990-91 2002-04 1976-77 1989-90

2005-07 1983-85 1984-85 2004-05 2000-04

Gerlonda Hardin (2000-2004)

NOTES: Listed below is the Lady Govs all-time roster, beginning with the 1976-1977 season. A student-athlete must have played in one game during a season to be listed.

HARRIS, Lori HAYDEN, Heaven HANLEY, Whitney HAYNES, Ashley HEATHERLY, Melissa HENDERSON, Mandy HERRING, Ashley HICKS, Beth HIGHFILL, Linda HILL, Ingrid HINCHEE, Jeanne HOGGETT, Sandy HOLMES, Kristal HOPWOOD, Laurie HUGHES, Jackie HUTCHERSON, Shatika HYATT, Rachel

JACKSON, Tija JAMEN, Nicole JEFFRIES, Betsy JONES, April JONES, Kai JONES, Lauren JONES, Zuri KINCAID, Wendy KINZER, Gayle KOGER, Tabatha KRAMER, Valerie LEFFLER, April LESLIE, Robin LINK, Breana LYLE, Toyer LYNN, Debbie

1983-86 1994-98 2008-00 2002-06 1986-88 1989-90 2007-11 1976-78 1976-77 1987-88 1978-82 1976-77 1983-86 1988-89 1982-83 2001-02 1987-88

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M•

MACKENS, Shellie MALONE, Pam MALONE, Valerie MARKUS, Kim MASON, Tracie MATCHINSKI, Michelle MAXWELL, Shandra McCARLEY, Tiffany McCHRISTIAN, Valencia McCONNELL, Danette McCRAW, Cynthia McFARLIN, Brenda McGEE, Ashley McKAY, Colleen McKINNEY, Rita McKINNON, Michelle MELTON, Melanie MERRILL, Megan MILHOUSE, Molifenge MILLER, Andrea MILLER, Marsha MINTER, Nikki MURRAY, Tanesha

NAPIER, April NEAL, Stephanie NEELY, Rhonda NUNLEY, Cil PARDUE, Nancy PEEK, Cassandra POLLOCK, Emily POLZIN, Colleen POND, Jennifer

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1992-93 2006-10 1989-93 1988-89 1997-99 2008-00 1999-00 1992-96 1981-82,83-84 1989-91 1999-00 1986-87 2004-05 2005-07 1981-82 1982-83

1988-89 1983-85 1981-85 1987-91 1987-91 1992-93 1986-90 1997-01 1981-82 1988-89 1988-89 1976-78 2004-08 1986-87 1988-89 1981-83 1984-86 2005-06 1989-90 1992-94,96-97 1980-81 1993-94 1998-02

1994-95 1985-86 1995-99 1976-77 1977-78 2001-05 2008-09 1993-97 2005-06

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1986-87,88-89 2008-00 2005-08 2004-08 1983-84 1978-81 2007-11 1994-96 2006-07 1990-92

Paige Smith (1999-2003)

RANKHORN, Denise RAYNER, Jamine REESE, Keri REEVES, Kellea REID, Bridgett REID, Regina RICHARDSON, Salem ROBBINS, Bridgett ROE, Lapinia ROGERS, Stephanie

SCHLARMANN, Barb SCOTT, Louise SECREST, Tomika SHARP, Shelly SHELTON, Stephanie SHERHART, Kim SINKS, Connie SMITH, Candie SMITH, Kim SMITH, Paige SMOTHERMAN, Shelia SMYER, Kim SPAIN, Cheryl SPARKS, Madeline STEFANOPOULOS, Christian STEIFF, Bobbi STOKES, Karen SUFFREN, Angelica SULLINS, Sherry SULLIVAN, Quin SWAFFORD, Elaine SWAFFORD, Tiffany SYKES, Katina

RUCKER, Golena RUSHING, Kellie

SAIN, Raechel SAMPLE, Allyson

1977-81 1980-81

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1991-92 2004-05

TUV•

TALLEY, Nikki TAYLOR, Dorothy THOMAS, April THOMPSON, Carrie VAUGHAN, Georgie VIATOR, Karen VIMBA, Brenda VIRTA, Julie VULGAMORE, Janay

WXYZ•

WADE, Christy WALLER, Melony WARNER, Darcie WASHINGTON, Lynette WATSON, Alicia WHITAKER, Tina WHITE, Sonia

2002-04 1985-86 1992-93 1981-84 1994-96 1988-89 1978-82 1998-99 1979-80 1999-03 1977-78 1985-86 1983-84 1987-89 2002-04 1986-90 1983-84 1995-99 1984-85,87-88 1998-00 1977-81 1998-02 1991-93

2008-00 1984-86 2007-09 1991-96 1991-95 1980-82 1982-83 1995-99 1990-91

1999-00 1979-83 2007-11 1985-86 2002-05, 06-07 1984-85 1992-96

WHITMORE, Doreen WILBURN, Kerri WILLIAMS, Cheryl WILLIAMS, Stacy WILSON, Lacritia WOOD, Carol

1977-81 1993-95 1976-77 1985-86 1985-86 1977-79

WORRALL, Molly WRENNE, Linda WRIGHT, Susan

1998-00 1976-77 1981-85

Julie VIrta (1995-1999)

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