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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS 2012-13 LADY GOVS BASKETBALL YEARBOOK Table of Contents.........................................IFC Quick Facts...................................................IFC This is Austin Peay..........................................1

2011-12 LADY GOVS...................... 2-32

Team Rosters...................................................2 Schedules and Tournament Information.......3 Player Biographies Megan Bussabarger........................... 4-5 Kaitlyn Hill........................................... 6-7 Leslie Martinez................................... 8-9 Nicole Oleszewski...........................10-11 Lauren Yarbrough................................ 12 Shira Buley........................................... 13 Shelby Olszewski..................................14 Kristen Stainback................................ 15 Aspriona Gilbert....................................16 Tiasha Gray...........................................16 Alexis Hardaway....................................16 Amber Howard......................................17 Lauren Maki..........................................17 Symantha Norton.................................17 Jennifer Nwokocha.............................. 18 Coaches Biographies Head Coach Carrie Daniels...........19-22 Assistant Coach Brooke Armistead.... 23 Assistant Coach Jessica Grayson........24 Graduate Assistant Matt Mixer........... 25 Athletic Trainer Autumn Davis Hammonds.................. 25 Team Managers................................... 25

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE.......... 26-28

The Ohio Valley Conference History............ 26 2010-11 OVC Membership...........................27 2011 Postseason Tournaments.................. 28

2009-10 BY THE BOOK................. 29-32

Individual Overall Statistics......................... 29 Schedule/Results/Individual Leaders........ 29 Game-By-Game Statistics/Superlatives..... 30 OVC Recap/APSU Statistics..........................31 OVC Tourney Recap/APSU Statistics........... 32

RECORD BOOK................................ 33-

Individual Single-Game Records................. 33 Team Single-Season Records...................... 33 Team Win/Loss Streaks............................... 33 Individual Single Season Records..........34-35 Annual Statistical Leaders......................36-37 Fresh./Soph. Single-Season Records......... 38 Junior/Senior Single-Season Records........ 39 Individual Career Records......................40-41 NCAA Tournament Results & Records........ 42

LADY GOVS HISTORY.................... 43-62

Year-by-Year Results................................43-49 Series Histories.......................................50-55 Year-by-Year Breakouts................................ 56 Championship Squads............................57-58 Annual Results & All-Time Coaches............ 59 All-Time Honors & Awards............................ 60 All-Time Roster.........................................61-62

CREDITS

The 2010-11 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 Colby Wilson, sports information coordinator.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photos by Gale Hughes, Keith Dorris, Robert Smith/ The Leaf Chronicle, Matthew Mitchell Photography, Chris Radcliffe, APSU Public Relations

GENERAL

Name of School.............................. Austin Peay State University City, Zip..................................................... Clarksville, TN 37040 Founded............................................................................... 1927 Enrollment........................................................................ 10,873 Nickname.................................................................... Lady Govs School Colors........................................................Red and White Arena/Gym Name.................. Dunn Center (Dave Aaron Arena) Capacity.............................................................................. 7,257 Affiliation.............................................................. NCAA Division I Conference................................................................. Ohio Valley President..................................................................Timothy Hall Alma Mater, year........................................ Houston, 1978 Athletics Director......................................................... Dave Loos Alma Mater, year.......................................Memphis, 1970 Senior Women’s Administrator................................. Cheryl Holt Alma Mater, year.....................................Ohio State, 1969 Athletic Department Phone................................931/221-7901 Ticket Office Phone............................................. 931/221-7761

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach........................................................Carrie Daniels Alma Mater, year................................... Austin Peay, 1996 Record at APSU (yrs)......................................... 72-115 (6) Career Record (yrs)........................................... 72-115 (6) Office Phone..................contact sports information office Assistant Coach.......................................... Brooke Armistead Alma Mater, year................................... Austin Peay, 2004 Assistant Coach..............................................Jerome Jackson Alma Mater, year................................... Austin Peay, 1999 Graduate Assistant.................................................Matt Mixer Alma Mater, year..............................................Berry, 2010 Athletic Trainer.............. Autumn Davis Hammonds, MS, LAT Alma Mater, year........................................... Toledo, 2005 Office Phone...............................................931/221-6146

TEAM INFORMATION

Last Season’s Overall Record..............................................9-22 Home | Away | Neutral..........................4-9 | 4-11 | 13-2 Last Season’s Conference Record (finish).............. 5-11 (t-8th) Home | Away........................................................ 3-5 | 2-6 Current Ranking.......................................................................NA Starters returning/lost........................................................... 4/1 Letterwinners returning/lost................................................. 8/4 Newcomers................................................................................. 6

HISTORY

First Year of Women’s Basketball............... 1929, reborn 1970 All-time Record (since 1976-77)................................... 423-589 Last NCAA Tournament appearance.................................. 2010 Result....................................................... lost in first round All-Time NCAA Tournament Record...............................0-7 Last Postseason WNIT appearance....................................None Last OVC Tournament appearance.................................... 2012 Result........................................1-1, reached quarterfinals

SPORTS INFORMATION

Coordinator/Women’s Basketball Contact...........Cody Bush Alma Mater, year........................Westminster (Mo.), 1997 E-Mail.......................................................bushc@apsu.edu Office Phone...............................................931/221-7561 Home/Cell Phone...................................... 931/980-4940 Fax Number................................................931/221-7562 Sport Information Director........................................Brad Kirtley Coordinator.............................................................. Colby Wilson Press Row Phone................................................ 931/221-7155 Mailing Address.......................................................PO Box 4515 ......................................................... Clarksville, TN 37044 Website..................................................... www.LetsGoPeay.com


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2012-13 LADY GOVS THIS IS AUSTIN PEAY…

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ustin Peay State University is a comprehensive, state-assisted 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 Hemlock Semiconductor Building, Foy Fitness and Recreation Center, Sundquist Science Complex and the Morgan University Center, each opening for use since 2001. The Hemlock Semiconductor Building houses the chemical engineering technology (CET) associate degree program and laboratory. 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 10,000 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 LADY GOVS ROSTER No. 1 3 4 5 14 15 21 22 23 32 42 43 44 45 54

Name Tiasha Gray Shira Buley Kristen Stainback Nicole Olszewski Leslie Martinez Amber Howard Jennifer Nwokocha Lauren Yarbrough Symantha Norton Alexis Hardaway Kaitlyn Hill Meghan Bussabarger Shelby Olszewski Aspriona Gilbert Lauren Maki

POS G G G G G G F G G/F G/F C G/F G C C

HT 5-7 5-4 5-9 5-7 5-10 5-5 5-11 5-7 5-11 5-10 6-4 6-0 5-7 6-0 6-3

CL Fr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr.

EXP HS 1L 1L 2L TR/1L HS HS 2L HS HS 3L 3L 1L HS HS

Hometown (Previous School) Clarksville, Tenn. (Clarksville HS) Knoxville, Tenn. (West HS) Georgetown, Ky. (Scott County HS) Pickerington, Ohio (Pickerington North HS) Copperas Cove, Texas (Collin County CC) Chattanooga, Tenn. (Baylor School) Atlanta, Ga. (Riverwood Int’l Charter) Clarksville, Tenn. (Clarksville Academy) Scottsburg, Ind. (Scottsbur g HS) Byhalia, Miss. (H.W. Byers HS) Belleville, Ill. (Belleville West HS) Corydon, Ind. (Corydon Central HS) Pickerington, Ohio (Pickerington North HS) Myrtle, Miss. (Myrtle HS) Clarksville, Tenn. (Clarksville Academy)

COACHING STAFF

ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL

ASSISTANT COACHES Brooke Armistead (Austin Peay, 2004) Jerome Jackson (Austin Peay, 1999)

SPORTS INFORMATION Cody Bush (Westminster (Mo.), 1997)

HEAD COACH Carrie Daniels (Austin Peay, 1996)

GRADUATE ASSISTANT Matt Mixer (Berry, 2010)

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ATHLETIC TRAINER Autumn Davis Hammonds (Toledo, 2005)

MANAGERS Alli McCarty and Autumn Kirkland

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2012-13 LADY GOVS REGULAR-SEASON SCHEDULE/TOURNAMENT INFORMATION Day Date Opponent Location NOVEMBER Mon. 5 Martin Methodist (E) Clarksville, Tenn. Fri. 9 at UAB Birmingham, Ala. Thu. 15 Louisville Clarksville, Tenn. Sun. 18 Binghamton Clarksville, Tenn. UTSA Thanksgiving Classic – San Antonio, Texas Fri. 23 at Texas-San Antonio San Antonio, Texas Sat. 24 nt. William & Mary San Antonio, Texas Wed. 28 at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. DECEMBER Sat. 1 Ball State Clarksville, Tenn. Tue. 4 at Middle Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tenn. Sun. 9 St. Catharine Clarksville, Tenn. Mon. 17 at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. Fri. 21 Lipscomb Clarksville, Tenn. Sat. 29 at Alabama A&M Huntsville, Ala. JANUARY Sat. 5 at Southeast Missouri • Cape Girardeau, Mo. Mon. 7 at UT Martin • Martin, Tenn. Sat. 12 Murray State • Clarksville, Tenn. Mon. 14 Morehead State • Clarksville, Tenn. Sat. 19 Eastern Illinois • Clarksville, Tenn. Mon. 21 SIU Edwardsville • Clarksville, Tenn. Sat. 26 at Tennessee Tech • Cookeville, Tenn. Mon. 28 at Jacksonville State • Jacksonville, Ala. FEBRUARY Sat. 2 at Murray State • Murray, Ky. Mon. 4 Southeast Missouri • Clarksville, Tenn. Sat. 9 Tennessee State • Clarksville, Tenn. Sat. 16 at SIU Edwardsville • Edwardsville, Ill. Mon. 18 at Eastern Illinois • Charleston, Ill. Sat. 23 at Eastern Kentucky • Richmond, Ky. Wed. 27 Belmont • Clarksville, Tenn. (E) - Exhibition Contest, • - Ohio Valley Conference Contest Home games in boldface and will be played at APSU’s Dunn Center. Game times are central time and subject to change.

Tip-Off (CT) 7 p.m. Noon 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 6-9, 2013 Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

The top-eight teams following the OVC’s 16-game slate will travel to Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium for the 2013 OVC Women’s Basketball Championship. It is the third consecutive year the tournament will be held at Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium. The tournament features a “ladder” bracket that puts additional emphasis on the regular-season race. The bottom four qualifying teams (5-8) will play first-round games, March 6, with the winners advancing to face the third- and fourth-place teams in the quarterfinal round, March 7. Those winners advance to the semifinals, March 8, where the league’s top two teams await. The league’s championship games will be played March 9, with the winner receiving the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Basketball Championships. More information on the OVC Women’s Basketball Championship at

www.OVCSports.com

The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship marks its 32nd anniversary with New Orleans, La. hosting its third Final Four. It is the second time the championship will be played at New Orleans Arena, eight years after it hosted the 2004 Final Four, which was won by Connecticut. For the 11th consecutive year, ESPN and ESPN2 will broadcast all 63 games of the 2011 Women’s Basketball Championship. This marks the 18th consecutive year ESPN has been the championship’s exclusive home. NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship March 23-26 First & Second Rounds 16 pre-selected sites March 30-31 Regionals April 1-2 Eight Regional Sites April 7 & 9 Women’s Final Four New Orleans Arena • New Orleans, La. More information on the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship at

www.NCAA.com/WomensFinalFour

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Meghan Bussabarger 6-0 • Senior • G/F Corydon, Ind. Corydon Central HS

Academically

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies K-6 Minor: Professional Education AD’s Honor Roll: S11. F11, S12

Personal

Meghan Lynn Bussabarger is the daughter of Jeff and Kris Bussabarger… born Dec. 3… she has two brothers, Scott and Dylan.

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Played in 25 games, including 15 starts, but missed six games (Jan. 16-Feb. 1) due to injury… was Lady Govs second leading scorer by average (9.2 ppg, 231 pts) and leading shooter by field-goal percentage (.453, 86-of-190)… averaged 11.5 points per game in OVC action, making .464 percent of field goals… scored career-high 29 points in season finale against Murray State, March 1, in OVC Tourney second round… held to six points before fouling out against Morehead State in OVC Tourney first round, Feb. 29… ended regular-season with 13-point performance against Southeast Missouri, Feb. 25… posted season’s third doubledouble with 11-point, 10-rebound performance at UT Martin, Feb. 23… scored 12 points (5-6 FG) in return from injury against Tennessee Tech, Feb. 6… missed six games due to a concussion, beginning with Eastern Kentucky contest, Jan. 16, which ended a streak of 77 consecutive games played… posted second-straight 18-point effort against Murray State, Jan. 7, shooting 50 percent from field while also grabbing eight rebounds… scored 18 points, making two three-pointers, at Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 2… notched season’s second double-double with 15-point, 11-rebound performance at Morehead State, Dec. 31, while also grabbing a career-high four steals… scored 13 points, 11 in second half, at Tennessee State, Dec. 29, while grabbing seven rebounds… scored then career-high 21 points and tied career-high with 11 rebounds against Florida A&M, Dec. 20 — her fourth career double-double… recorded best outing in nearly a month with eight-point, eightrebound effort at Belmont, Dec. 18… went more than one month (10 games) between doubledigit scoring outings, Nov. 14-Feb. 18, averaging 4.8 points and 4.8 rebounds per game… scored 11 points and grabbed four rebounds in season opener against Southern Illinois, Nov. 11. 

2010-11 (SOPHOMORE)

Played in all 33 games, starting 25, finishing campaign tied for third in scoring (8.0 ppg) with teammate Nicole Olszewski and ranking third in rebounding average (5.3 rpg)… opened campaign with 10 points at Purdue, Nov. 12, making 4-of8 field goals and two three-point field goals… did not reach double-digits in scoring until 11-point outing at Chattanooga, Nov. 23… after back-toback six-point efforts on Illinois trip, opened Ohio Valley Conference play with career-best 20-point outing at Southeast MIssouri, Dec. 2, making 8-of10 field goals… followed that with a 19-point effort at Eastern Illinois where she went 6-of-6 at the free-throw line… returned home and added a 15-point, eight-rebound performance against Lipscomb, Dec. 8, followed by 14 points and seven rebounds against Bowling Green, Dec. 11… after a foul-plagued three-point outing against Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 19, scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds against Morehead State, Dec. 21… had one of season’s best all-round performances at Pittsburgh, scoring 13 points – on 5-of-15 field goal shooting and 3-of-6 three-point shooting – grabbing seven rebounds, handing out three assists and nabbing three steals… shooting

touch deserted her in second leg of Pittsburgh trip, scoring two points on 1-of-10 shooting, but grabbed seven rebounds for third consecutive outing… shooting woes continued in next three games – she made just 23.6 percent of her 17 field goal tries in those contests – before posting season’s first double-double (12 points, 10 rebounds) at Tennessee State, Jan. 15… finished regular season alternating outings above and below the 10-point mark… one week after TSU contest posted season’s second double-double with 12-point, 11-rebound performance against Jacksonville State, Jan. 22, including season-high seven offensive rebounds… third double-double came one week later with 12 points adn 10 rebounds at Morehead State, Jan. 29… also had a part in Lady Govs early February five-game win streak, averaging 9.0 points and 6.8 rebounds per game during stretch… included in that stretch was a 12-point, seven-rebound outing against Murray State, Feb. 5, and an 11-point, eight-rebound effort at Tennessee tech, Feb. 19… closed regular-season with 14-point, seven-rebound performance against Southeast Missouri where she made 7-of-12 field goal attempts… cooled off at OVC Tournament, averaging 3.6 points and 3.6 rebounds in three outings.

2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

Young forward showed interesting potential in first APSU season… played in all 31 games, starting eight times… one of Lady Govs top finishers in fast-break situations… 4.7 scoring average ranked sixth best on team… played 17 minutes in OVC tourney opener against Tennessee Tech, converting traditional three-point play for only points… played only five minutes total in Nashville portion of OVC tournament… came off bench during season’s early going… tallied nine points, going 4-of-8 from the floor in season’s second game against Lipscomb in 24 minutes, Nov. 17… In OVC opener against Southeast Missouri, scored nine points off bench in 16 minutes, going 3-of-5 from floor… made first career start against Pittsburgh in overtime contest… played 42 minutes and registered first double-figure scoring outing with 11 points… also had five rebounds and three assists in contest… was first of eight consecutive starts… tallied eight points against UAB on 4-of-7 shooting while pulling down five rebounds… also registered second double-figure scoring performance against Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 4, scoring season-high 13 points in 36 minutes before fouling out… started three more times before resuming reserve role… became consistent performer off bench, scoring six or more points in eight straight games… in home win against Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 28, scored nine points and then scored eight points, respectively, in losses to Morehead State and UT Martin… came up big against Murray State, Feb. 6… hit go-ahead three-pointer with 1:31 remaining and followed with game-winning jumper on next possession, finishing with seven points… in road triumph at Jacksonville State, Feb. 18, scored nine points and grabbed season-best six rebounds… in regular-season finale at Southeast Missouri, tallied six points while grabbing

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES six rebounds and collecting season-high three steals… averaged 5.9 points and 2.3 rebounds per game in February… closed regular-season with six-point, three-rebound outing at Southeast Missouri… after making just 1-of-27 threepoint attempts in season’s first two months, closed by knocking down 8 of last 19, a muchimproved 42 percent.

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.

CAREER BESTS SCORING REB AST STL BLK FGM FGA 3GM 3GA FTM FTA

29.....nt. Murray State (3/1/12) 11.....vs. Jacksonville State (01/22/11) 3.....at Southeast Missouri (12/2/10) 4.....at Morehead State (12/31/11) 2.....at Jacksonville State (02/17/11) 11.....nt. Murray State (3/1/12) 16.....vs. Lipscomb (12/8/10) 3.....vs. Florida A&M (12/20/11) 6.....at Pittsburgh (12/28/10) 6.....at Tennessee Tech (02/19/11) 8.....at Tennessee Tech (02/19/11)

most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year 09-10 10-11 11-12 TOTAL

GP 32 33 25 90

Min 554 772 596 1922

Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA 17.3 56 157 .357 9 50 23.4 103 248 .415 16 49 23.8 86 190 .453 13 30 21.4 245 595 .412 38 129

Pct FT FTA .180 26 44 .327 43 60 .433 46 61 .295 115 165

Pct Off Def Tot .591 20 49 69 .717 54 112 166 .754 36 89 125 .697 110 250 360

Avg 2.2 5.0 5.0 4.0

PF 22 78 76 176

FO 1 1 3 5

A TO 15 34 13 48 18 39 46 121

Blk 3 7 5 15

Stl 13 26 17 56

Pts 147 265 231 643

Avg 4.6 8.0 9.2 7.1

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Kaitlyn Hill

6-4 • Senior • C Belleville, Ill. Belleville West HS Academically

Major: Chemistry OVC Medal of Honor, 2009-10 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 President’s List: F09, S10 Dean’s List: F09, S10, F10, F11 AD’s Honor Roll: F09, S10, F10, S11, F11, S12

Personal

Kaitlyn Michele Hill is the daughter of Robert and Debra Hill… born March 6… has a brother, Austin.

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Played in 25 games, including 11 straight (started eight) to end season… averaged 4.9 points per game, but averaged 7.1 points in conference play when she made the bulk of her appearances… scored six points in OVC second-round contest against Murray State, March 1… posted 10 points and eight rebounds in OVC first-round contest against Morehead State, Feb. 29… had doubledigit scoring outings in seven consecutive games (Jan. 23-Feb. 18), averaging 13.4 points per game during that stretch… scored 13 points in 13 minutes against Morehead State, Feb. 18… was held without a point or rebound in first half at Murray State, Feb. 13, but went 8-of-12 from floor in second half and finished with career-high 19 points and four rebounds… posted 11 points and a career-high three blocked shots against Tennessee Tech, Feb. 6… scored 11 points against UT Martin, Feb. 1, with 8 rebounds… led Lady Govs with 16 points in season’s first start at Southeast Missouri, Jan. 30, making 6-of-10 from the floor… became first Lady Govs player to record back-to-back double-doubles in 2011-12 with 10-point, 10-rebound performance against Tennessee State, Jan. 28, that also included two blocks and two steals… posted first career double-double with 14-point, 13-rebound effort at SIU Edwardsville, Jan. 23, as she was responsible for 10 of the Lady Govs’ 14 second-chance points and converted a basket on five of her seven offensive rebounds… finished with a point, block and steal in nine minutes at Eastern Illinois, Jan. 21… played nine minutes and recorded a rebound and blocked shot against Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 16… credited with assist in two minutes at Morehead State, Dec. 29… led Austin Peay with then career-high eight rebounds in 11 minutes off bench at Bowling Green, Dec. 9… scored one point against Vanderbilt, Nov. 30… scored four points and grabbed 2 rebounds at Cal Poly, Nov. 26.

2010-11 (SOPHOMORE)

Played in 22 games, averaging 1.5 points and 1.6 rebounds per outing… opened season in starting lineup, posting season bests in points (six) and rebounds (five) at Purdue, Nov. 12, in WNIT opener… saw extended time off bench at Chattanooga, Nov. 23, handing out career-best three assists while scoring two points and grabbing four rebounds in 11 minutes… two games later was called upon to play significant time due to starting frontcourt’s foul trouble at Southern Illinois, Nov. 28, playing season-high 20 minutes and finishing game with two steals and three rebounds… scored in three consecutive outings around beginning of the New Year… scored two points at Pittsburgh, Dec. 28… had season’s best all-round effort at UAB, Jan. 2, with three points, five rebounds and a steal in just nine minutes of action… followed that with fourpoint, four-rebound outing at UT Martin, Jan. 6… scored four points and grabbed two rebounds on each leg of the Jacksonville State-Tennessee Tech swing, Feb. 17 and 19… saw action in Lady Govs’ final two games of OVC Tournament, scoring two points against Eastern Illinois, March 3, and grabbing two rebounds against Tennessee Tech,

March 4, while recording a steal in each outing.

2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

Used freshman season to acclimate herself to college game… appeared in 15 games for total of 100 minutes… opened freshman campaign with two points – making first collegiate field goal – a rebound and a blocked shot against Chattanooga in 10 minutes… .played in season’s first five games, scoring five points and grabbing five rebounds along way… appeared in 14 minutes against Eastern Illinois, Dec. 5, when other APSU post players incurred foul troubles… enjoyed season’s finest performance in road loss at Troy… her eight points on 3-of-4 field goals, in seven minutes tied for team lead… also had five rebounds… played eight minutes at Xavier and provided significant off-thebench performance at Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 4… .played sparingly over the next month… played in both Tennessee State contests when foul troubles opened door for playing time… appeared in final two regular-season games against Eastern Illinois and Southeast Missouri… hit two free throws against EIU to go with four rebounds and steals… collected a point and rebound at SEMO.

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 fourthteam 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 secondteam 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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CAREER BESTS SCORING REB AST STL BLK FGM FGA 3GM 3GA FTM FTA

19.....at Murray State (02/13/12) 13.....at SIU Edwardsville (01/23/12) 3.....at Chattanooga (11/23/10) 2.....vs. Tennessee State (01/28/12) 3.....vs. Tennessee Tech (02/06/12) 8.....at Murray State (02/13/12) 15.....at Murray State (02/13/12) NA 1.....at UALR (12/08/09) 4.....at Southeast Missouri (01/30/12) 5.....at Murray State (02/13/12)

most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year 09-10 10-11 11-12 TOTAL

GP 15 22 25 62

Min Avg 100 6.7 134 6.1 297 11.9 531 8.6

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 6 23 .261 0 1 .000 14 36 .389 0 0 .000 46 103 .447 0 0 .000 66 162 .407 0 1 .000

FT 8 5 30 43

FTA 16 6 47 69

Pct .500 .833 .638 .623

Off 5 11 37 53

Def Tot 19 24 24 35 43 80 86 139

Avg 1.6 1.6 3.2 2.2

PF 18 23 37 78

FO 0 0 0 0

A 0 4 5 9

TO 12 15 22 49

Blk 4 3 15 22

Stl Pts 4 20 7 33 10 122 21 175

Avg 1.3 1.5 4.9 2.8

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14 Leslie Martinez

5-10 • Senior (TR) • G Copperas Cove, Texas Collin College Academically

Major: Communication Arts – Sports Broadcasting AD’s Honor Roll: S12

Personal

Leslie Clarissa Martinez is the daughter of Shelley and Larry Martinez… born Feb. 3… has two older sisters: Rhiannon and Sarah.

Played in 31 games, starting 23… ranked second among APSU scorers in total points (245, 7.9 ppg), rebounds (6.4 rpg, 11th in OVC) and steals (1.7 spg, eighth in OVC)… also was one of Lady Govs top players in assists (2.3 apg)… finished season with 10-point, 11-rebound double-double against Murray State in OVC tourney’s second round, March 1… had impressive 11-point, ninerebound, six-assist effort against Morehead State, Feb. 29, in OVC tournament’s first round… held to four points but posted nine rebounds, three assists and two steals against Southeast Missouri in Feb. 25 regular-season finale… named adidas© OVC Newcomer of the Week, Feb. 21… posted career-highs in points (20) and rebounds (14) for season’s third double-double against Morehead State, Feb. 18… led APSU in rebounds (eight) and assists (six) at Murray State, Feb. 13, while also scoring a then-career-high 15 points… handed out a career-high eight assists and scored nine points against Tennessee Tech, Feb. 6… battled through rough patch, Jan. 16-Feb. 6 where she did not reach double-digit scoring territory for seven consecutive games, averaging 6.4 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in that span… finished with 12 points, eight rebounds and four assists against Jacksonville State, Jan. 14… converted 70 percent of her shots against Murray State, Jan. 7, finishing with 14 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals in 22 minutes… made season-best three three-pointers in 11-point outing against Alabama A&M, Dec. 21… handed out then season-best six assists – adding eight points and five rebounds – against Florida A&M, Dec. 20… filled in stat sheet at Belmont, Dec. 18, with a then season-high 11 points, eight rebounds, two assists, a season-best six steals and a blocked shot that thwarted a Belmont gamewinning three-pointer as time expired in regulation… recorded season’s second double-double (10 pts/11 reb) at Ball State, Dec. 11, making five of eight shots… limited to four points and six rebounds in turnover-plagued outing at Middle Tennessee, Dec. 6… scored nine points and grabbed seven rebounds against UAB, Dec. 3, while playing flex (guard-forward) position… recorded season’s first double-double with 10-point, 11-rebound effort against Vanderbilt, Nov. 30… made two threepointers as part of a 10-point effort at Cal Poly, Nov. 26, that included three steals… finished with five points and five rebounds in 12-minute outing against American, Nov. 25… made first collegiate start against Louisville, Nov. 22, and finished with four points and a team-best six rebounds… scored seven points, thanks largely to a 4-of-6 at freethrow line, at Lipscomb, Nov. 14, grabbing three rebounds… began APSU career with 10-point, seven-rebound effort against Southern Illinois, Nov. 11, that included two assists and a steal.

points and 6.3 rebounds per game… was North Texas Junior College Athletic Association’s 2010 Freshman of the Year after averaging 11.5 points and 11.8 rebounds per game… and a two-time first-team all-conference selection.

PREP CAREER

At Copperas Cove High School under head coach Richard Herbst, left as the program’s career leader in rebounds (639), assists (388) and steals (414) while finishing third in program history with 1,371 career points… as a senior was named firstteam all-state by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.

JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER

Under head coach Jeff Allen, played two seasons at Collin College in Plano, Texas… in two-year career averaged 11.1 points and 8.8 rebounds per game while making 32.5 percent of her threepoint field goals… as a sophomore, averaged 10.7

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CAREER BESTS SCORING 20.....vs. Morehead State (02/18/12) REB 14.....vs. Morehead State (02/18/12) AST 8.....vs. Tennessee Tech (02/06/12) STL 6.....at Belmont (12/18/11) BLK 1.....at Belmont (12/18/11) FGM 8.....vs. Morehead State (02/18/12) FGA 10.....at Belmont (12/18/11) 3GM 3.....at Murray State (02/13/12) 3GA 5.....at Murray State (02/13/12) FTM 4.....vs. Morehead State (02/18/12) FTA 6.....at Lipscomb (11/14/11) most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP Min Avg 11-12 31 882 28.5

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 99 240 .413 24 74 .324

FT 23

FTA Pct 32 .719

Off Def Tot 49 149 198

Avg 6.4

PF 86

FO 3

A 71

TO 66

Blk 12

Stl Pts 54 245

Avg 7.9

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Nicole Olszewski

5-7 • Junior • G Pickerington, Ohio Pickerington North HS Academically

Major: Special Education AD’s Honor Roll: F11

Personal

Nicole Marie Olszewski is the daughter of Jeff and Michele Olszewski… born May 14… she has four siblings: Amanda (21), Shelby (17), Zach (16) and Mason (15)… father Jeff was a quarterback at Tennessee (1979-81)… older sister Amanda is a member of the Memphis women’s soccer team… younger sister Shelby is a member of the Austin Peay women’s basketball team.

Played in 31 contests, starting 30 outings… was second on team in total assists (73, 2.4 apg)… averaged 7.0 points per game… did not score in OVC tournament second-round game against Murray State, but did hand out six assists… had fourpoint, three-rebound, two-assist, two-steal effort against Morehead State, Feb. 29, in OVC tourney first round… her 13-point performance against Southeast Missouri, Feb. 25, was her eighth double-digit scoring outing… finished with six points, three rebounds and three steals at UT Martin, Feb. 23… had just four points at Murray State, Feb. 13, but finished with five rebounds and five assists… broke out of nearly month-long shooting slump with career-high 21 points, posting career highs in field goals made (eight) and threepointers made (four)… battled shooting woes for just under a month (Jan. 2-Feb. 1), an eight-game stretch that saw her shoot just 23.6 percent (13of-55) and average 5.4 points per game… finished with nine points, but was 3-of-12 from the field, while also posting five rebounds, four assists and three steals at Eastern Illinois, Jan. 21… finished with seven points on a 5-of-6 free-throw shooting effort, five rebounds against Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 16… handed out a career-high seven assists against Jacksonville State, Jan. 14, and had eight points… scored 12 points (seven in second half) at Morehead State, Dec. 31… scored nine points and grabbed five rebounds at Tennessee State, Dec. 29… scored 10 points (5-of-10 from field) against Florida A&M, Dec. 20… led Lady Govs with then season-high 16 points at Belmont, Dec. 18, making 6-of-7 free throws… came off bench (only DNS) at Ball State, Dec. 11, finishing with four points and a steal… moved to off-guard position during Middle Tennessee contest, Dec. 6, and responded with then season-high tying 12 points and four rebounds… scored six points and grabbed four rebounds despite battling foul trouble at Cal Poly, Nov. 26… finished with nine points against American, Nov. 25… made half her shots (4-of-8) against Louisville, Nov. 22, scoring nine points… scored 11 points, including 2-of-4 from outside, and nabbed four steals at Lipscomb, Nov. 14… opened campaign with 12 points and a career-high tying seven rebounds with four steals.

against Lipscomb, Dec. 8, adding seven points and six rebounds to effort… scored season-high 18 points, making 9-of-10 free throws against Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 19… closed month-long stretch with nine points and five assists against Morehead State, Dec. 21… was relatively quiet over next four games, with a 12-point outing at UAB, Jan. 2, sandwiched only double-digit outing in that span… has season’s best all-round effort at Murray State, Jan. 8, scoring 17 points – on 5-of-11 field-goal shooting and a 5-of-6 free-throw effort – with five rebounds, five assists, a blocked shot and four steals… had 11 points in next outing at Tennessee State, Jan. 20, followed by 15-point effort in a 40-minute outing against Tennessee Tech, Jan. 20… broke through for 15 points nine days later in another 40-minute outing at Morehead State, Jan. 29, posting season highs in field goals made (seven) and attempted (17)… played more of a traditional point guard role in Lady Govs’ February charge, averaging 9.1 points and 4.0 assists in month’s seven contests… scored 12 points at Tennessee Tech, Feb. 19, followed by 14-point, five-assist effort against Eastern Illinois, Feb. 24… opened OVC tournament action quietly with three points against Murray State, March 2… scored only five points against Eastern Illinois, March 3, but tied season high with six assists… led Lady Govs with 14 points while grabbing three rebounds and dishing out three assists against Tennessee Tech, March 4.

PREP CAREER

At Pickerington North High School under coach Dave Butcher… was a first-team all-conference selection as a senior… team advanced to Division I state quarterfinals… selected to Ohio North-South All-Star basketball game… averaged 7.2 points, 3.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.9 steals per game as a junior… was a first-team all-conference and second-team all-district 11 selection in junior campaign as the team advanced to the region semifinals.

2010-11 (FRESHMAN)

Played in all 33 games, starting 26, finished third on team in scoring (8.0 ppg) tied with Meghan Bussabarger and was second in assists (2.7 apg)… began season with one start (against Middle Tennessee, Nov. 16) in first six games as she became acclimated to role, averaging 5.0 points and 1.7 assists per game… joined starting lineup on a regular basis at Southern Illinois, Nov. 28, and would only miss two starts rest of campaign… had a month-long stretch (Nov. 28-Dec. 21) before Christmas break where she averaged 10.1 points and 4.0 assists… stretch began at Southern Illinois, Nov. 28, where she scored 10 points, grabbed four rebounds and handed out three assists… played entire 40 minutes one week later at Eastern Illinois, scoring 13 points and grabbing six rebounds… handed out season-best six assists

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CAREER BESTS SCORING 21.....vs. UT Martin (02/01/12) REB 7.....vs. Southern Illinois (11/11/11) AST 7.....vs. Jacksonville State (01/14/12) STL 4.....at Lipscomb (11/14/11) BLK 2.....at Duquesne (12/30/10) FGM 8.....vs. UT Martin (02/01/12) FGA 17.....at Morehead State (01/29/11) 3GM 4.....vs. UT Martin (02/01/12) 3GA 7.....at Eastern Illinois (01/21/12) FTM 9.....vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/19/10) FTA 10.....vs. Eastern Kentucky (12/19/10) most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year 10-11 11-12 TOTAL

GP Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 33 961 29.1 84 244 .344 33 94 .351 31 949 30.6 82 227 .361 17 71 .239 64 1910 29.8 166 471 .352 50 165 .303

FT FTA Pct 64 88 .727 35 60 .583 99 148 .669

Off Def 11 82 12 71 23 153

Tot 93 83 176

Avg PF 2.8 66 2.7 52 2.8 118

FO A TO 1 90 97 0 73 94 1 163 191

Blk 10 7 17

Stl Pts 32 265 47 216 79 481

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

Avg 8.0 7.0 7.5

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Played in one contest and missed season’s second half… entered Bowling Green contest in final minute.

2010-11 (FRESHMAN)

Played in three contests… grabbed a rebound in season’s first outing at Murray State, Jan. 8… saw action but did not score at Tennessee State, Jan. 15… had an active final minute in regular-season finale against Southeast Missouri, Feb. 26, making two free throws, grabbing an offensive rebound, blocking a shot and nabbing a steal.

PREP CAREER

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At Clarksville Academy under coach Jerome Jackson, Yarbrough averaged 14 points, 3 assists and 4 rebounds per game… she was a three-time alldistrict 10A selection… finished her career with 990 points.

Lauren Yarbrough

5-7 • Junior • G Clarksville, Tenn. Clarksville Academy Academically

Major: Communication Arts – Corporate Communication Minor: Health President’s List: S12 Dean’s List: S12 AD’s Honor Roll: S12

Personal

Lauren Ashton Yarbrough is the daughter of Shelia and Terry Yarbrough… born June 30.

CAREER BESTS SCORING FGM FG% 3GM 3G% FTM FT% REB AST STL BLK

2.....at Southeast Missouri (2/26/11) NA NA NA NA 2.....at Southeast Missouri (2/26/11) NA 1.....at Southeast Missouri (2/26/11) NA 1.....at Southeast Missouri (2/26/11) 1.....at Southeast Missouri (2/26/11)

most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP 10-11 3 11-12 1 TOTAL 4

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Min 4 1 5

Avg 1.3 1.0 1.3

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

FT 2 0 2

FTA Pct 2 1.000 0 .000 2 1.000

Off 1 0 1

Def 1 0 1

Tot 2 0 2

Avg 0.7 0.0 0.5

PF 0 0 0

FO 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

TO 0 0 0

Blk 1 0 1

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

Stl 1 0 1

Pts 2 0 2

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Shira Buley

5-4 • Sophomore • G Knoxville, Tenn. West HS Academically

Major: Communication Arts – Sports Broadcasting

Personal

DaShira Kynsha Tymeel Buley is the daughter of Jywanza and Shayla Ladd… born Dec. 13… has a younger sister, Mikiera.

Played in 26 games, starting five… averaged 2.0 points, 1.5 assists and 1.2 assists during campaign… credited with two assists in two-minute outing in regular-season finale against Southeast Missouri, Feb. 25… posted career-high six assists at UT Martin, Feb. 23, adding three points and two steals… scored career-high 10 points off the bench, including eight points in overtime against Morehead State, Feb. 18… saw 11 minutes of action at Southeast Missouri, Jan. 30, finishing with two points and two rebounds… played only seven minutes in return from injury at Eastern Illinois, Jan. 21, finishing with two points on three shots… did not score but had three rebounds, two steals and an assist against Murray State, Jan. 7… made lone shot, finishing with two points and one rebound at Tennessee State, Dec. 29… started five consecutive contests (Dec. 9-21)… scored five points and had two assists against Alabama A&M, Dec. 21… was held scoreless but had three rebounds in 15-minute outing against Florida A&M, Dec. 20… made a season-high three shots and finished with six points at Belmont, Dec. 18… finished with five points, including season’s first three pointer, four rebounds and three assists in start at Ball State, Dec. 11… made season’s first start at Bowling Green, Dec. 9, and finished with two points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals… played season-high 23 minutes at Middle Tennessee, Dec. 6, finishing with then seasonhigh seven points while adding three assists… finished with four points, two rebounds and two steals against Vanderbilt, Nov. 30… scored season’s first points on a conventional three-point play at Lipscomb, Nov. 14… impressed despite scoreless outing in season opener against Southern Illinois, Nov. 11, doling out four assists and grabbing five steals in 26 minutes.

PREP CAREER

Under head coach Eddie Gambrell, was a member of team that reached the 2011 Class AAA State Tournament, winning Region 2 and District 4 titles… scored nine points, grabbed seven rebounds and handed out four assists in state tournament opening round loss… as a junior, was a second-team all-conference selection by both the Knoxville News and the league’s coaches association… averaged 13.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game in junior campaign.

CAREER BESTS SCORING 10.....vs. Morehead State (02/18/12) REB 4.....vs. Morehead State (02/18/12) AST 6.....at UT Martin (02/23/12) STL 5.....vs. Southern Illinois (11/11/11) BLK NA FGM 3.....vs. Morehead State (02/18/12) FGA 8.....at Ball State (12/11/11) 3GM 1.....at Ball State (12/11/11) 3GA 2.....at Belmont (12/18/11) FTM 5.....at Middle Tennessee (12/6/11) FTA 9.....at Middle Tennessee (12/6/11) most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP Min Avg 11-12 26 347 13.3

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 17 60 .283 1 11 .091

FT 18

FTA Pct 30 .600

Off 8

Def 30

Tot 38

Avg 1.5

PF 34

FO 0

A 30

TO 41

Blk 0

Stl 16

Pts 53

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

Avg 2.0

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Shelby Olszewski

5-7 • Sophomore • G Pickerington, Ohio Pickerington North HS Academically

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies K-6 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2011-12 AD’s Honor Roll: F11, S12

Personal

Shelby Rose Olszewski is the daughter of Michele and Jeff Olszewski… born Sept. 24… has two older sisters: Amanda and Nicole and two brothers: Zach and Mason.

Played in 30 games, starting 19… was one of Lady Govs leaders in assists (2.4 apg) and steals (1.5 spg) while averaging 5.2 points per game… had 15 points and six rebounds against Murray State, March 1, in OVC tournament second round… opened OVC tourney with five-point, four-rebound effort against Morehead State, Feb. 29… scored career-high 17 points and had four assists and two steals against Southeast Missouri, Feb. 25… scored six points and had three rebounds and assists against Morehead State, Feb. 18… had 11 points, five assists and four rebounds at Murray State, Feb. 13, going 4-of-6 from the floor and 3-of-4 from three-point range… led all Lady Govs with 38 minutes against Tennessee Tech, Feb. 6, posting six points and three steals… handed out career-high six assists and added eight points against UT Martin, Feb. 1… scored 10 points and had three assists and three steals against Tennessee State, Jan. 28… had four assists, three points and two rebounds at SIU Edwardsville, Jan. 23… tied APSU single-game free-throw percentage record with 12-of-12 charity-stripe performance against Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 16, with those dozen free throws accounting for all of her scoring… finished with seven points against Jacksonville State, Jan. 14… scored nine points – making two three-pointers – and handed out four assists against Murray State, Jan. 7… grabbed seasonbest six rebounds and handed out three assists at Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 2… recorded seasonhigh six steals at Tennessee State, Dec. 29… led Lady Govs with eight points off bench at Bowling Green, Dec. 9, adding three rebounds and two assists… recorded five steals in start against UAB, Dec. 3… bounced back from scoreless outing on previous day with 4 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals at Cal Poly, Nov. 26… filled out box score again at Louisville, Nov. 22, finishing with three points, five rebounds, five assists and five steals… broke out for 10 points, three rebounds, and three steals at Lipscomb, Nov. 14, made first four shots, including a three-pointer, before missing final attempt… did not play in season opener against Southern Illinois, Nov. 11.

CAREER BESTS SCORING REB AST STL BLK FGM FGA 3GM 3GA FTM FTM

PREP CAREER

Under head coach Dave Butcher helped lead Pickerington North to the semifinal round of the 2011 Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Division I State Tournament where they lost to the eventual state champion… scored 10 points and handed out three assists in that semifinal contest… named second-team All-State as a junior and senior… was a second-team Ohio Capitol Conference selection as a senior… also played soccer and was a four-time first-team all-conference selection.

17.....vs. Southeast Missouri (02/25/12) 6.....at Eastern Kentucky (01/02/12) 6.....vs. UT Martin (02/01/12) 6.....at Tennessee State (12/29/11) NA 4.....vs. Southeast Missouri (02/25/12) 11.....at Louisville (11/22/11) 3.....at Murray State (02/13/12) 6.....at Louisville (11/22/11) 12.....vs. Eastern Kentucky (01/16/12) 12.....vs. Eastern Kentucky (01/16/12)

most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP Min Avg 11-12 30 836 27.9

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FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 49 146 .336 19 67 .284

FT 40

FTA Pct 63 .635

Off 22

Def 53

Tot 75

Avg 2.5

PF 92

FO 6

A 71

TO 70

Blk 2

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Stl Pts 45 157

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Kristen Stainback

5-9 • Sophomore • G Georgetown, Ky. Scott County HS Academically

Major: Communication Arts – Broadcast Media Minor: Marketing OVC Medal of Honor, 2011-12 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2011-12 President’s List: F11, S12 Dean’s List: F11, S12 AD’s Honor Roll: F11, S12

Personal

Kristen Nicole Stainback is the daughter of Jenny and George Stainback… born Oct. 4… has a younger brother, Michael.

Played in all 31 games, starting nine… averaged 5.1 points per game, including 5.6 points per OVC contest… held to 3 pointsin OVC tourney second round game against Murray State, March 1… had first back-to-back double digit scoring outings between regular-season finale (13 points vs. Southeast Missouri) and OVC tourney opener (10 points vs. Morehead State)… went 6-for-6 at free-throw line in final 22 seconds to help APSU secure win against Southeast Missouri, Feb. 25, and finished with 13 points… scored six points at UT Martin, Feb. 23… scored four points in five minutes against Morehead State, Feb. 18… had eight points on 3-of-4 shooting from the floor, which included making both her three-point attempts, at Murray State, Feb. 13… finished with 14 points, on a career-high five field goals made, against UT Martin, Feb. 1… scored seven points and had two rebounds and two blocks against Tennessee State, Jan. 28… posted 12 points, including a pair of three-pointers, against Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 16… scored three points and grabbed four rebounds in 17 minutes against Jacksonville State, Jan. 14… made three three-pointers and finished with 11 points at Tennessee State, Dec. 29… scored 3 points against both Florida A&M, Dec. 20, and Alabama A&M, Dec. 21… had scoreless outing at Middle Tennessee but was credited with season-best four steals… tied season high with 15 points against UAB, Dec. 3, tying season high with four three-pointers… scored six points – all from three-point arc – and grabbed season-high four rebounds against Vanderbilt, Nov. 30… scored first collegiate points in 5-of-10 shooting effort (4-of-8 from three-point range) leading Lady Govs with 15 points at Louisville, Nov. 22.

PREP CAREER

Under head coach Steve Helton, helped lead Scott County High School to a 2010 Kentucky State Tournament runner-up finish as a junior… as a senior, averaged 19.3 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.8 steals and 2.6 assists per game… team reached Region 11 championship game in 2011 before bowing out, Stainback scoring 23 points in region championship game after scoring 30 in District 42 championship contest… named to Kentucky All-Star Team and played in Kentucky-Indiana AllStar Game… in 2010 state tournament, averaged 25.5 points per game, making 25-of-62 (40.3 percent) field goals and 23-of-29 (79.3 percent) of free throws, while also averaging six rebounds per game… was a four-time All-District 42 selection, a three-time All-Region 11 team honoree, named to Region 11 All-Tournament team three times and was named Region 11 Player of the Year once… finished prep career with 2,332 points.4 rebounds per game… she was a three-time all-district 10A selection… finished her career with 990 points.

CAREER BESTS SCORING 15.....vs. UAB (12/03/11) REB 4.....vs. Jacksonville State (01/14/12) AST 2.....at Tennessee State (11/29/11) STL 4.....at Middle Tennessee (12/6/11) BLK 2.....vs. Tennessee State (01/28/12) FGM 5.....vs. UT Martin (02/01/12) FGA 14.....vs. UT Martin (02/01/12) 3GM 4.....vs. UAB (12/03/11) 3GA 8.....vs. UAB (12/03/11) FTM 8.....vs. Southeast Missouri (02/25/12) FTA 10.....vs. Southeast Missouri (02/25/12) most recent occurrence listed in all cases; † - school record, ‡ - tied school record, Minimums made for percentages: FG-5, 3G-2, FT-3

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP Min Avg 11-12 31 575 18.5

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 53 160 .331 34 103 .330

FT 19

FTA Pct 25 .760

Off 10

Def 25

Tot 35

Avg 1.1

PF 30

FO 0

A 13

TO 22

Blk 11

Stl Pts 16 159

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

Avg 5.1

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Aspriona Gilbert 6-0 • Freshman • C Myrtle, Miss. • Myrtle HS

AT AUSTIN PEAY

Academically: Major: Health & Human Performance

PREP CAREER

Played for Chris Greer at Myrtle (Miss.) High School… averaged 22.8 points, 11.9 rebounds and 2.7 blocks as a junior and 23.2 points, 10.8 rebounds and 2.5 blocks as a senior on her way to All-State honors… state-title winner in the shot put (2011, 12) and discus (2012), as well as an all-district softball player.

PERSONAL

Personal: Daughter of William and Deborah Gilbert… born Aug. 27… has a sister, Jessica.

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Tiasha Gray

5-7 • Freshman • G Clarksville, Tenn. • Clarksville HS

AT AUSTIN PEAY

Academically: Major: Computer Science – Internet & Web Technology | puter Applications

Minor: Math and Com-

PREP CAREER

Clarksville-area standout prepped for Brian Rush at Clarksville High School… Scored more than 1,100 career points, including a stand-out senior campaign that saw her average 11.3 points, 7.3 assists and 4.1 steals per game… An all-district selection in basketball and softball all four years of high school… Also a fantastic softball player, owns the school records for batting average (.466) and stolen bases (34).

PERSONAL

Daughter of Leah Gray and Bobby Ramey… born Jan. 15… has one sister, Tiana.

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Alexis Hardaway 5-10 • Freshman • G/F Byhalia, Miss. • H.W. Myers HS

AT AUSTIN PEAY

Academically: Major: Undeclared

PREP CAREER

Winner of four state titles under the tutelage of Jason Thompson at H.W. Byers (Miss.) High School… back-to-back Most Valuable Player of the State Championship game (2010-11 and 2011-12)… Salutatorian of her graduating class.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Darren and Carolyn Hardaway… born May 28… has one sister, Keshia… cousin Courtney Hardaway played baseball at Bethel University.

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Amber Howard

5-5 • Freshman • G Chattanooga, Tenn. • Baylor School

AT AUSTIN PEAY

Academically: Major: Physics

PREP CAREER

Played for John Gibson at Baylor School… Three-time all-region selection… helped Baylor reach the Final Four of the state tournament in 2009… Best of Preps All-Tournament Team (2010-12)… Member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Chip and Shanna Pasley… born Jan. 1… has a sibling, Christian.

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Lauren Maki

6-3 • Freshman • C Clarksville, Tenn. • Clarksville Academy

AT AUSTIN PEAY

Academically: Major: Business – International Management

PREP CAREER

Clarksville-area product played for current Lady Govs assistant coach Jerome Jackson at nearby Clarksville Academy… prep teammate of Lauren Yarbrough… two-time all-district and team MVP (2011-12)… also a two-time all-district volleyball player… salutatorian of her graduating class.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Richard and Barbara Maki… born June 25… has a brother, James.

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Symantha Norton 5-11 • Freshman • G/F Scottburg, Ind. • Scottsburg HS

AT AUSTIN PEAY

Academically: Major: Interdisciplinary Studies 4-8 | Minor: Professional Education

PREP CAREER

Prepped for Donna Cheatham at Scottsburg High School… averaged 14.7 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.8 assists as a senior, leading her squad to a 16-7 record and a regional appearance… Hoosier Basketball Magazine third-team all-state selection… Associated Press All-State honorable mention… 2010-11 MidSouthern Conference medalist in the shot put.

PERSONAL

Daughter of James and Roxanne Norton… born May 7… has two sisters: Mackenzie and Jessie… mother played basketball at Bellarmine.

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Jennifer Nwokocha 5-11 • Freshman • F Atlanta, Ga. • Riverwood Int’l Charter

AT AUSTIN PEAY

Academically: Major: Biology

PREP CAREER

Played for Michael Mezzio at Riverwood (Ga.) International Charter School… Atlanta Journal-Constitution all-metro second team… 2010 All-State… Tallied 1,315 career points… Led her squad to the state tournament in 2011-12, averaging 13.3 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game… All-region firstteam as a senior… Voted class president.

PERSONAL

Daugther of Sunday and Cynthia Nwokocha… born Dec. 3… has one sister, Jessica… mother played basketball at Alabama State, while her cousin, Justin Billingslea, played college basketball at Georgia State.

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• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF BIOGRAPHIES

CARRIE

DANIELS HEAD COACH • AUSTIN PEAY, 1996 SEVENTH SEASON AT AUSTIN PEAY

Carrie Daniels, a member of Austin Peay’s first Ohio Valley Conference Championship basketball team and NCAA participant in 1996, enters her seventh season as head coach at her alma mater. She already has taken the Lady Govs to two NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament appearances in her brief career and is intent on building a program that will compete annually for the OVC’s regularseason and tournament titles. Two NCAA Tournament Appearances (2009, 2010) • Two OVC Tournament Championships (2009, 2010) Five All-OVC Honorees • Two OVC All-Newcomer Honorees • Seven OVC All-Tournament Selections Four OVC Academic Medal of Honor Recipients • 25 Players Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF BIOGRAPHIES

Carrie Daniels Head Coach Sixth 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)

Playing Experience

Austin Peay, 1991-96

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, age 8

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When she led the Lady Govs to the 2009 NCAA Tournament, Daniels became the first former Austin Peay student-athlete to take an Austin Peay team to a NCAA Championship. One year later, she led the Lady Govs to the NCAA Tournament again, becoming the second head coach in program history to lead a team to multiple tournament appearances. In addition, Daniels is one of 26 coaches in NCAA Division I history to have played and coached in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship. All told, she has made five appearances in the NCAA tournament – twice as a head coach at Austin Peay, twice while an assistant at Western Kentucky and once as a player at Austin Peay. Daniels has led the Lady Govs to steadily improving results in Ohio Valley Conference play the past four seasons – from a 3-17 record in her second season (2007-08) to three consecutive campaigns where her team has won 10 or more contests (10 in 2008-09, 11 in 2009-10 and 12 in 2010-11). Austin Peay also has proven to be a tough knockout in the OVC Tournament during her tenure, posting an 8-2 record in four appearances. Daniels’ led the Lady Govs to three consecutive 10-win OVC campaigns before suffering a setback in 2011-12. Austin Peay opened the campaign with back-to-back wins and even showed promise in a close loss at nationally-ranked Louisville. Yet, the Lady Govs saw their season slowly slip away as they strung consecutive victories together only three times after the opening back-to-back wins. The Lady Govs were competitive all season, with 20 of their 31 games decided by less than 10 points but they were only 8-12 in those outings. Austin Peay was again a tough out in the conference tournament, winning a double-overtime decision against Morehead State – thanks largely to a 38-point outing by guard Whitney Hanley – before falling to Murray State in the second round. The Lady Govs 2010-11 effort was a battle to find scoring after the loss of two of the team’s top three scorers from the previous season. Those losses forced Daniels to turn to two juniors – guard Whitney Hanley and forward Jasmine Rayner – to make up over 26 points in lost scoring. The team struggled again in the non-conference portion of its schedule and even early in the OVC slate. However, Hanley and Rayner settled into their roles in time for a February surge where the team posted a 6-1 record and secured fifth place in a close conference race. The Lady Govs carried that momentum into the OVC Tournament, winning its first two games with dominant first-half performances. However, the Lady Govs could not overcome the fatigue of playing its third game in as many days and fell to Tennessee Tech in the tournament’s semifinals. Daniels saw her 2009-10 team suffer through a see-saw campaign. The Lady Govs underperformed through a tougher-than-usual non-conference slate – they faced a program-record four nationallyranked foes – posting just one win in 11 tries. After a brutal 3-10 start to the season (OVC-opening wins against Southeast Missouri and Eastern Illinois providing a glimmer of hope), Austin Peay turned to the bulk of its OVC slate. The Lady Govs were picked to finish second in the OVC’s preseason poll and fell just shy of that expectation, finishing third with an 11-7 record – both marks an improvement over the previous season’s finish and record. However, the Lady Govs showed again they could flip on the switch in the OVC tournament, claiming the championship with wins against second-seeded Morehead State in the semifnals and top-seeded Eastern Illinois in the title game for the second consecutive season. Her 2008-09 squad reached the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, despite being picked to finish ninth in the OVC’s preseason poll and fielding a team with one senior, one junior, five sophomores and six freshmen. The Lady Govs suffered through an up-and-down campaign but finished tied for fifth in the league’s reg- The Daniels Family: Carrie, Dalton and Billy.

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF BIOGRAPHIES Daniels’ Coaching Ledger Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Career

School Austin Peay Austin Peay Austin Peay Austin Peay Austin Peay Austin Peay Five Season

Overall W-L Pct. 10-20 .333 6-23 .207 17-16 .515 15-17 .469 15-18 .455 9-22 .290 72-116 .383

Conference W-L Pct. Finish 9-11 .450 t-7th 3-17 .150 10th 10-8 .556 5th 11-7 .611 3rd 12-6 .667 5th 5-11 .313 t-8th 50-60 .455 —

Conf. Tourney Finish (W-L) t-5th (0-1) — 1st (3-0) 1st (3-0) t-3rd (2-1) t-5th (1-1) 2 titles (9-3)

Notes Postseason/Honors

NCAA 1st Round NCAA 1st Round

ular-season while posting one of Division I’s most improved overall records. Under her guidance, Austin Peay became the first No. 5 seed to advance to the OVC women’s basketball championship game, ultimately winning the championship while defeating the fourth-, first- and second-seeded teams. The 2007-08 campaign began with the Lady Govs winning four of their first seven games before 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. 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 secure a spot in the Ohio Valley Conference’s postseason tournament, which they accomplished. Despite those tribulations, Daniels guided her team within four points of becoming the first team to upend the league’s top-seed in the tournament’s opening round. Daniels was named Lady Govs head coach, June 16, 2006, after spending seven seasons as an assistant coach at Western Kentucky. Daniels’ 10 years of coaching experience prior to joining the Austin Peay family – all as a Division I assistant – gave her a clear perspective of the program she intends to establish at her alma mater. “My vision for this program and its future is for every player that comes through to have a positive and fun experience,” said Daniels. “I want each player to have the opportunity to compete for championships year in and year out. Most importantly I want quality student-athletes that will work hard in the classroom, earn their degree and be successful in life.” Daniels, a 1996 graduate of Austin Peay, was an assistant coach at Western Kentucky from 1999-06 and worked primarily with the team’s guards, prepared the program’s defensive strategy and coordinated recruiting efforts. She served as an assistant with three different coaches at Western Kentucky and was a member of post-season appearances in each of her seven seasons, including NCAA tournament appearances following the 1999-00 and 2002-03 seasons and a WNIT semifinal appearance in 2005-06. During her time in Bowling Green, Ky., she helped the Lady Toppers amass a 146-78 (.652)

Daniels’ Record vs. Opponents Alabama...................................... 0-1 Arkansas..................................... 0-2 Ball State.................................... 0-1 Belmont...................................... 1-0 Bowling Green............................ 0-1 Central Arkansas........................ 0-1 Chattanooga............................... 0-4 Chicago State............................. 0-1 Duquesne................................... 0-1 Duke............................................ 0-1 Eastern Illinois............................ 5-8 Eastern Kentucky....................... 4-6 Elon............................................. 1-0 Evansville.................................... 1-1 Jacksonville State....................... 7-3 James Madison.......................... 0-1 Kennesaw State......................... 1-1 Lipscomb.................................... 2-2 Louisville..................................... 0-1 Miami (Fla.)................................. 0-1 Middle Tennessee...................... 0-5 Morehead State......................... 7-5 Murray State............................... 7-5 North Carolina............................ 0-1 Northwestern State.................... 0-1 Pittsburgh................................... 0-2 Purdue........................................ 0-1 Samford...................................... 0-4 Southeast Missouri.................... 7-4 Southern Illinois......................... 1-2 SIU Edwardsville......................... 1-1 Southern Miss............................ 0-1 Tennessee.................................. 0-1 Tennessee Tech.......................... 5-7 Tennessee-Martin...................... 7-3 Tennessee State......................... 4-6 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.......... 1-0 Troy.............................................. 0-2 UAB.............................................. 0-2 UALR............................................ 0-1 UNLV............................................ 0-1 Utah Valley.................................. 1-0 Valparaiso................................... 0-1 Vanderbilt................................... 0-1 Xavier.......................................... 0-1

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF BIOGRAPHIES win-loss mark. Included in that tally were four 20-win seasons, four Sun Belt East Division titles, one Sun Belt tournament championship, two NCAA tournament appearances (2000 and 2003) and five WNIT tournament appearances (2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006). It is her success as a player and assistant coach that brought her back to her alma mater. “My love and desire to see Austin Peay succeed attracted me to this job,” said Daniels.

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“Austin Peay helped mold me into the person I am today and my experiences as a player have helped me cope and deal with situations I still face today. Austin Peay is where I got my start and I feel indebted to give back to a school that has given me so much.” As a former Ohio Valley Conference player and as an assistant who coached against OVC teams, she understands and relishes the opportunity to again leave her mark on the APSU

program. “The challenges with this job are never ending, but that’s why we do it,” Daniels said. “It’s a challenge to win within the OVC, it’s such a competitive conference with great rivalries that it’s anyone’s game on any given night. The coaches bring their teams ready to compete each game. The off court the relationships among the coaches is something very special. “I believe the opportunities as head coach at Austin Peay are something that can be very special and rewarding. It is a program that over the past 15 years has evolved into a strong contender each year and I hope I can help bring many championships to add to the already-established tradition.” Daniels joined the Western Kentucky coaching staff after serving three seasons (1996-99) as an assistant coach and director of basketball operations at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. She began her coaching career with former APSU head coach LaDonna Wilson-McClain, who left Austin Peay for UNLV after the 1995-96 season, and continued her tenure with current UNLV head coach Regina Miller. She was a member of the coaching staff which led the Lady Rebels’ to Division I’s most improved record in 1998-99, turning a 4-23 record into a 17-11 mark, a 12½game improvement. Daniels entered the coaching ranks after a brilliant collegiate career at Austin Peay, where she was a four-year starter (1991-96) while playing under her maiden name, Carrie Thompson. At the time of her graduation, she was only the second player in school history to compile 1,000 points, 400 rebounds, 300 assists and 300 steals during her career. Daniels is one of of the first 10 APSU women’s basketball players to score 1,000 points, finishing with 1,118 points. Ten years after her career ended, she remains ranked among the career top 25 in 15 statistical categories. She earned the 1996 Joy Award given to the top senior athlete at Austin Peay, after helping lead the Lady Govs to their first NCAA Tournament appearance as a senior in 1996. Daniels averaged 10.3 points and 3.6 rebounds per game during the 1995-96 campaign. She scored a team-best 14 points in the Lady Govs NCAA Tournament first-round game at Clemson. In 1995, she received the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics Wilma Rudolph Award, a national award presented to honor student athletes who have overcome great personal, academic, and/or emotional odds to achieve academic success while participating in intercollegiate athletics. She missed most of the 1994-95 season after receiving a medical redshirt for a heart ailment. A stellar prep player at Scottsburg (Ind.) High School, Daniels earned All-America recognition from Women’s Basketball News Service after averaging 17 points, 6.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game as a senior. Daniels is married to Billy Daniels, a former Austin Peay men’s basketball player. They have a son, Dalton, age 8.

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF BIOGRAPHIES

Brooke Armistead Assistant Coach First Season Austin Peay, 2003

Coaching Experience

Austin Peay, assistant coach (2011-current)

Playing Experience

Austin Peay, 1999-03

Education

Austin Peay (M.S., Health & Human Performance), 2004 Austin Peay (B.S. Health & Human Performance), 2003

Brooke Armistead, the greatest player in Austin Peay State University women’s basketball history, has enters her second season as an assistant coach at her alma mater. In her first season with the Lady Govs, Armistead mentored Whitney Hanley though her senior campaign. The partnership reaped immediate benefits with Hanley’s averaging 19.2 points per game – a seven-point per game improvement – and ranked third among all OVC scorers. The bulk of that improvement came courtesy Hanley’s improved shooting touch that saw her make 44 percent of her attempts as a senior after shooting just 34.3 percent as a junior. Armistead joined the Austin Peay coaching staff after working for the Tennessee Department of Child Services and in the insurance business since graduating in 2004. It is a return to a sport that has been her real passion and a sport she was so successful playing that her Lady Govs jersey number 10 was retired in 2004 – the first female in APSU athletics history to be accorded such an honor – and led to her being inducted into the APSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009. Armistead hit the ground running in her first season as a full-time assistant coach last season and knows she will continue to be on the fast track as far as getting reacquainted to the college game from a coaching standpoint in her second season. “I believe my experience and success at both Austin Peay and the OVC will allow me to relate well with the student-athletes both on the floor and in the classroom.” Armistead said. “I know I have a lot to learn from Coach Daniels. I know I will have to get used to the recruiting aspect of it, but no matter what I have ever attempted to do (in the past), I wanted to be successful, I always strived to be the best.” This is not Armistead’s first foray into coaching. She served as Lady Govs graduate assistant in 2004-05 when Austin Peay captured its fourth-straight OVC tournament championship. Armistead left Austin Peay as the Lady Govs all-time leading scorer-second all-time in OVC history-while leading the Lady Govs to threestraight OVC tourney titles and NCAA tourney appearances. She was named first-team All-OVC for three straight years and earned OVC All-Tournament all four seasons.

As a senior, the Elmwood native averaged an OVC-leading 18.9 ppg to help lead the Lady Govs to a 27-4 record, including a league record 22 straight victories, and an unprecedented 16-0 conference mark. In the process, she was named OVC “Player of the Year” and OVC tournament “Most Valuable Player,” the second time she earned the award. She scored 30 points against North Carolina in the Lady Govs heartbreaking NCAA tourney loss. In 2002-03, Armistead became the only OVC athlete in history to be named both the league’s “Female Athlete of the Year” and Steve Hamilton Award recipient in the same year. The Hamilton award annually is presented to an OVC male or female student-athlete who best exemplifies the characteristics of the late Morehead State student-athlete, coach and administrator Steve Hamilton. She also earned APSU’s Joy Award as the most valuable senior female athlete while also being selected “Most Outstanding Female Athlete” as a senior. Armistead finished her career with 2,508 points, and probably would have broken the OVC scoring record (2,526) if a head injury hadn’t forced her to miss three games during her senior season. She ended as the NCAA’s 29th all-time scoring leader and left as APSU’s career leader in scoring, field goals, field goals attempted, free throws, free throws attempted and free-throw percentage. Armistead graduated from Austin Peay as part of the most successful women’s basketball class. Along with fellow senior Paige Smith, she was a part of a school-record 78 career wins, bettering by 15 wins the previous mark. After earning OVC “Freshman of the Year” in 1999-2000, Armistead was named to three consecutive first-team All-OVC squads. Along the way, she also was named all-tournament in all 10 tournaments (regular season and postseason) that named all-tournament squads, including four straight OVC all-tourney teams. In addition to leaving as APSU’s all-time leading scorer – and the school’s overall all-time leading scorer – Armistead also owns the career mark for career scoring average (20.9 ppg). In Spring 2003, Armistead also became the first OVC player to be drafted by the WNBA.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF BIOGRAPHIES

Jerome Jackson Assistant Coach First Season Austin Peay, 1999

Coaching Experience

Clarksville Academy, girls head coach, 2009-12 Clarksville Academy, boys assistant coach, 2006-12 Northeast High School, boys assistant coach, 2001-06

Playing Experience

Austin Peay, 1997-99 Missouri State-West Plains, 1995-97

Education

Austin Peay (B.S., Agricultural Business and Management), 1999 Missouri State-West Plains (A.A., General Studies), 1997

Personal

Wife: Lanitra (née Jackson)

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An Austin Peay graduate, Jerome Jackson returns home as an assistant coach on Carrie Daniels’ staff in 2012. Jackson joins the Lady Govs after three seasons at the helm of the girls program at nearby Clarksville Academy. The Lady Cougars enjoyed two district 10-A MVP selections and eight all-district picks during his tenure. “Jerome brings a wealth of knowledge through his many years of playing and coaching. He knows this program; he knows the OVC and has such a passion for teaching the game. He is a great fit and I look forward to him helping move our program forward with the goals we have in place.” “I’m very excited about the opportunity to contribute to the continued success of the Lady Govs basketball program as an assistant coach,” said Jackson. “I am proud to be able to contribute to the program Carrie has built. I know her goal is to win championships and I want to be a part of a program with those high goals.” In addition to his duties with the girls’ team, Jackson was an assistant with the highly successful boys’ basketball team at Clarksville Academy for seven seasons. The Cougars won four district titles and a state championship during his time on the bench. Jackson began his high school coaching career at Northeast High School in 2001, where he remained until 2006. In addition to his duties as head girls basketball coach, Jackson assisted with the highly successful Clarksville Academy boys basketball team for seven seasons. During that time the Cougars won a state championship and four district titles. Jackson began his prep coaching career in 2001 as an assistant boys basketball coach at Northeast High School. Jackson played two seasons as a forward for the Austin Peay basketball team, averaging 14.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game during his career. As a junior transfer in 1998-99, he was named to the Ohio Valley Conference all-newcomer team and was a second-team All-OVC selection. He joined the Governors basketball team after two successful seasons at Missouri State-West Plains, where he was an NJCAA honorable mention All-America pick as a sophomore.

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF BIOGRAPHIES LADY GOVS TEAM MANAGERS

Alli McCarty

Student Manager

Matt Mixer

Graduate Assistant First Season Berry, 2010

Matt Mixer joins the Lady Govs coaching staff as its graduate assistant for the 2012-13 season. He will work with the Lady Govs post players. Mixer hails from Berry College, where he was a two-year starter for head coach Jeff Haarlow. During that time, the Vikings transitioned from NAIA to NCAA Division III, with Mixer a key member of 2008-09 Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament semifinal squads. After graduating with a degree in math education from Berry, Mixer was the head coach of the boys freshman team and assistant of the varsity squad Lenoir City High School. He also taught math and received the New Teacher of the Year Award from the Lenoir City School District. He is engaged to Carol Lampley, who is currently attending graduate school at East Tennessee.

Coaching Experience

Lenoir City High School, boys assistant coach, 2011-12

Playing Experience

Berry College, 2005-10

Education

Berry College (B.S., Mathematics Education), 2010

Personal

Engaged to Carol Lampley

Autumn Davis Hammonds Athletic Trainer Fifth Season Toledo, 2005

Autumn Davis Hammonds, MS, LAT, is in her fifth season with the Austin Peay athletics training staff as assistant trainer. She works primarily with Lady Govs soccer and basketball. A Springfield, Ohio native, Davis is a 2005 graduate of Toledo with a bachelor’s of science in athletic training. Following graduation, Davis Hammonds began her graduate work at Georgia Southern, where she worked with swimming and diving. She also provided first aid to athletes of the university’s intramural sports through the East Georgia Regional Medical Center. Davis Hammonds moved to Bloomington, Ill., where she was a graduate assistant at Illinois State. She first worked with Bloomington High School and Bloomington’s Sports Enhancement Center. Davis Hammonds also worked with Advanced Physical Therapy Services covering Central Illinois and Illinois Fusion soccer league tournaments. She obtained her master’s degree in kinesiology and recreation in 2008. Davis was married to Tim Hammonds in May 2010. They currently live in Clarksville and have a son named Jovan.

Autumn Kirkland Student Manager

Education

Toledo (B.S., Athletic Training), 2005 Illinois State (M.S., Kinesiology and Recreation), 2008

Personal

Husband: Tim Hammonds Children: Jovan

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL THE OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Now in its 65th 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 May 2011 the Conference expanded for the second time in four years, adding Belmont University which begins competition in the 201213 academic year. The addition of Belmont gives the OVC 12 members, the most the league has had at one time in its illustrious history. The move added a second team in the city of Nashville and was the first addition to the league since Southern Illinois University Edwardsville joined in 2008. The 2009-10 school year saw a change in leadership as Beth DeBauche was named the seventh full-time commissioner in league history on July 28. She is currently one of just five females to be the head of a Division I conference, and one of just eight to lead a Division I conference all-time. The last three commissioners of the OVC have moved onto jobs as the commissioner of the Big Ten, Big 12 and the Mid-American Conferences. 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. Now in its seventh decade of competition, the OVC 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, Morehead State and Murray State, along with Austin Peay, Eastern Illinois, Jacksonville State, Southeast Missouri, SIU Edwardsville, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech and the UT Martin. 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 standard-bearer, 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 wins, becoming the first woman in NCAA or AIAW history to win 300 games at the same institution. Former Tennessee State skipper Teresa Phillips earned National Coach of the Year honors from USA Today in 1990 before leading TSU to the NCAA Tournament in 1994 and 1995. Tennessee Tech coach Bill Worrell was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2007, after a 20-year career during which he compiled a 408190 record while leading the Golden Eagles to an unprecedented 16 OVC regular-season titles and eight NCAA Tournament appearances. Former Eastern Kentucky head coach Larry Joe Inman won more than 100 games at both Middle Tennessee and EKU, and earned OVC Coach of the Year honors a record eight times. 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.

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Office of the Commissioner 278 FRKlin Road, Suite 103 Brentwood, TN 37027 Phone: (615) 371-1698 Fax: (615) 371-1788 www.OVCSports.com CONFERENCE STAFF Commissioner........................................................................... Beth DeBauche Assoc. Commissioner/Operations................................................. Brad Walker Asst. Commissioner/Championships.........................................Jennifer Gibbs Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations........................................ Kyle Schwartz Asst. Commissioner/External Affairs..............................................Brian Pulley Asst. Commissioner/Institutional Services............................Matthew Banker Director of Media Relations....................................................... Heather Brown

2013 OVC BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS The Ohio Valley Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships returns to Nashville for the 19th time, the four-day event returning to Municipal Auditorium. Municipal Auditorium opened in 1962 and seats over 9,500 fans. It’s multi-purpose arena floor has been used for professional ice hockey, ice skating competitions and concerts. It has previously hosted the OVC Basketball Championships in 1989 (men’s only), 1994, 1995, 1996, 2004 and most recently, 2008. The 2012-13 season will end with the 50th edition of the men’s championship and 32nd edition of the women’s championship. The men’s championship has been played continuously since 1949 and moved to a neutral court in 1994. The women’s championship has been played continuously since 1982, moving to a neutral court 1994. Since the women’s championship moved to a neutral site, eight teams have claimed the OVC’s tournament championship and the league’s automatic bid into the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship: Austin Peay (1996, 2001-04, 200910), Eastern Kentucky (1997, 2005), Middle Tennessee (1998), Murray State (2008), Southeast Missouri (2007), Tennessee State (1994-95), Tennessee Tech (1999, 2000) and UT Martin (2011, 2012).

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL THE OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE EASTERN ILLINOIS PANTHERS

AUSTIN PEAY LADY GOVS

BELMONT BRUINS

Location...........................................Clarksville, Tenn. Member since....................................................1962 Enrollment...................................................... 10,723 Home Facility.............................Dunn Center (7.257) School Colors...................................... Red and White Head Coach......................................... Carrie Daniels Assistant Coaches........................ Brooke Armistead, .......................................................... Jerome Jackson Women’s Basketball Contact................... Cody Bush Office Phone.....................................(931) 221-7561 E-Mail.............................................. bushc@apsu.edu Fax Number......................................(931) 221-7562 www.LetsGoPeay.com

Location.............................................Nashville, Tenn. Member since....................................................2012 Enrollment.........................................................6,673 Home Facility...................Curb Event Center (5,000) School Colors............................ Navy, Red and White Head Coach........................................... Brittney Ezell Assistant Coaches............................ Jonathan Davis, ............................................. Carley Kuhns, Brett Self Women’s Basketball Contact........... Kenisha Rhone Office Phone.................................... (615) 460-5990 E-Mail...........................kenisha.rhone@belmont.edu Fax Number..................................... (615) 460-5584 www.BelmontBruins.com

EASTERN KENTUCKY LADY COLONELS

JACKSONVILLE STATE GAMECOCKS

MOREHEAD STATE EAGLES

Location............................................... Richmond, Ky. Member since....................................................1948 Enrollment.......................................................16,515 Home Facility.......................McBrayer Arena (6,500) School Colors................................ Maroon and White Head Coach.......................................Chrissy Roberts Assistant Coaches............................... Melissa Kolbe ...................................... Kent Miller and Brett Rector Women’s Basketball Contact....................Steve Fohl Office Phone.................................... (859) 622-1253 E-Mail.......................................... steve.fohl@eku.edu Fax Number..................................... (859) 622-1230 www.EKUSports.com

Location...........................................Jacksonville, Ala. Member since....................................................2003 Enrollment.........................................................9,061 Home Facility........Pete Matthews Coliseum (5,500) School Colors...................................... Red and White Head Coach......................................... Annette Watts Assistant Coaches................................ Yvette Sparks ................................Jason Williams, Courtney Payne Women’s Basketball Contact...............Tony Schmidt Office Phone.....................................(256) 782-5377 E-Mail............................................ aschmidt@jsu.edu Fax Number..................................... (256) 782-5958 www.JSUGamecockSports.com

Location............................................... Morehead, Ky. Member since....................................................1948 Enrollment.......................................................10,215 Home Facility........................ Johnson Arena (6,500) School Colors....................................... Blue and Gold Head Coach............................................ Tom Hodges Assistant Coaches..................................... Eric White, ....................................... Lacey Goldwire, Nikki Davis 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

MURRAY STATE RACERS

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI REDHAWKS

SIU EDWARDSVILLE COUGARS

Location.....................................................Murray, Ky. Member since....................................................1948 Enrollment...................................................... 10,200 Home Facility ........................... CFSB Center (8,500) School Colors.......................................Gold and Navy Head Coach................................................ Rob Cross Assistant Coaches.................................... Tony Cross, ............................... Victoria Jones and Benita Buggs Women’s Basketball Contact..............Parker Griffith Office Phone.....................................(270) 809-3351 E-Mail............................. pgriffith2@murraystate.edu Fax Number...................................... (270) 762-6814 www.GoRacers.com

Location.................................... Cape Girardeau, Mo. Member since....................................................1991 Enrollment...................................................... 10,655 Facility Name......................Show Me Center (7,000) School Colors........................... Red, White and Black Head Coach...................................... Ty Margenthaler Assistant Coaches.................................Ben Coomes, ......................... Heather Ezell and Dionnah Jackson Women’s Basketball Contact..................Chad Twaro Office Phone.....................................(573) 651-2937 E-Mail............................................ ctwaro@semo.edu Fax Number......................................(573) 651-2810 www.GoSoutheast.com

Location............................................ Edwardsville, Ill. Member since....................................................2008 Enrollment....................................................... 14,107 Home Facility................ Vadalabene Center (4,000) School Colors...................................... Red and White Head Coach.........................................Paula Buscher Assistant Coaches................................Kari Kerkhoff, ........................................Jocelyn Duke, Todd Schultz Women’s Basketball Contact..................... Eric Hess Office Phone.................................... (618) 650-3608 E-Mail................................................ehess@siue.edu Fax Number..................................... (618) 650-2296 www.SIUECougars.com

TENNESSEE STATE TIGERS

TENNESSEE TECH GOLDEN EAGLES

UT MARTIN SKYHAWKS

Location.............................................Nashville, Tenn. Member since....................................................1986 Enrollment......................................................... 9,165 Home Facility........................Gentry Center (10,600) School Colors.......................... Reflex Blue and White Head Coach...................................... Larry Joe Inman Assistant Coaches............................... Marcus Payne ................................Joe Bonham and Ashlee McGee Women’s Basketball Contact........ Zekeya Anderson Office Phone.................................... (615) 963-1867 E-Mail...............................zanderson01@tnstate.edu Fax Number..................................... (615) 963-7589 www.TSUTigers.com

Location...........................................Cookeville, Tenn. Member since....................................................1948 Enrollment...................................................... 11,385 Home Facility............................Eblen Center (9,280) School Colors.................................... Gold and Purple Head Coach................................................. Jim Davis Assistant Coaches..................................... Erin Batth, .................................... Allison Clark and Bart Walker Women’s Basketball Contact.....................Erin Bean Office Phone.....................................(931) 372-6193 E-Mail.......................................... etbean@tntech.edu Fax Number......................................(931) 372-6139 www.TTUSports.com

Location.................................................Martin, Tenn. Member since....................................................1992 Enrollment.........................................................8,400 Home Facility........................Skyhawk Arena (5,000) School Colors..........................Navy Blue and Orange Head Coach...................................... Kevin McMillian Assistant Coaches...............................Brian Haskins, ................................ David Russell and Stacie Evans Women’s Basketball Contact....................Joe Lofaro Office Phone.....................................(731) 881-7632 E-Mail.............................................. jlofaro@utm.edu Fax Number...................................... (731) 881-7624 www.UTMSports.com

Location............................................... Charleston, Ill. Member since....................................................1996 Enrollment...................................................... 11,630 Home Facility............................. Lantz Arena (5,300) School Colors..................................... Blue and White Head Coach.........................................Lee Buchanan Assistant Coaches.............................John Swickrath, .........................................Jesica Bogia, Antoya Miller Women’s Basketball Contact.... Greg Lautzenheiser Office Phone.....................................(217) 581-7020 E-Mail...................................glautzenheiser@eiu.edu Fax Number......................................(217) 581-6434 www.EIUPanthers.com

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL THE OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE 2013 OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP First Round

Wednesday, March 6 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

Quarterfinals

Thursday, March 7 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

Semifinals

Friday, March 8 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

Championship

Saturday, March 9 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

#1 Seed #4 Seed #5 Seed

#8 Seed

GAME 1 12 p.m.

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GAME 3 12 p.m.

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#6 Seed

#7 Seed

GAME 7 11 a.m.

#2 Seed #3 Seed

GAME 2 2 p.m.

GAME 5 12 p.m.

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GAME 4 2 p.m.

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GAME 6 2 p.m.

2013 NCAA DIVISION I WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST AND SECOND ROUND SITES March 23 and 35 Coors Events Center Boulder, Colo. • Colorado, host Comcast Center College Park, Md. • Maryland, host Reed Arena College Station, Texas • Texas A&M, host St. John Arena Columbus, Ohio • Ohio State, host Thompson Boling Arena Knoxville, Tenn. • Tennessee, host United Spirit Arena Lubbock, Texas • Texas Tech, host McCarthey Athletic Center Spokane, Wash. • Gonzaga, host Harry A. Gampel Pavilion Storrs, Conn. • Connecticut, host FIRST AND SECOND ROUND SITES March 24 and 26 Pete Maravich Assembly Center Baton Rouge, La. • LSU, host Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham, N.C. • Duke, host Carver-Hawkeye Arena

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Iowa City, Iowa • Iowa, host KFC Yum! Center Louisville, Ky. • Louisville, host Bob Carpenter Center Newark, Del. • Delaware, host Carnesecca Arena Queens, N.Y. • St. John’s, host Maples Pavilion Stanford, Calif. • Stanford, host Ferrell Center Waco, Texas • Baylor, host

REGIONAL SITES March 30 and April 1 Bridgeport Regional Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard Bridgeport, Conn Fairfield and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, hosts Spokane Regional Spokane Veterans Memorial Plaza Spokane, Wash. • Washington State, host March 31 and April 2 Norfolk Regional Ted Constant Center Norfolk, Va. • Old Dominion, host Oklahoma City Regional Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City, Okla. • Big 12 Conference, host WOMEN’S FINAL FOUR April 7 and 9 New Orleans Arena New Orleans, La. •Tulane, host

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2011-12 BY THE BOOK INDIVIDUAL OVERALL STATISTICS RECORD: 9-22 | OVC: 5-11 | HOME: 4-9 | AWAY: 4-11 | NEUTRAL | 1-2 |-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 12 HANLEY, Whitney 31 30 1090 35.2 218 496 .440 55 163 .337 104 118 .881 14 MARTINEZ, Leslie 31 23 882 28.5 99 240 .413 24 74 .324 23 32 .719 43 BUSSABARGER, Meghan 25 15 596 23.8 86 190 .453 13 30 .433 46 61 .754 00 RAYNER, Jasmine 29 13 525 18.1 76 175 .434 0 0 .000 74 105 .705 05 OLSZEWSKI, Nicole 31 30 949 30.6 82 227 .361 17 71 .239 35 60 .583 04 STAINBACK, Kristen 31 9 575 18.5 53 160 .331 34 103 .330 19 25 .760 44 OLSZEWSKI, Shelby 30 19 836 27.9 49 146 .336 19 67 .284 40 63 .635 42 HILL, Kaitlyn 25 8 297 11.9 46 103 .447 0 0 .000 30 47 .638 03 BULEY, Shira 26 5 347 13.3 17 60 .283 1 11 .091 18 30 .600 02 BROWN, Shyra 11 3 137 12.5 17 42 .405 0 1 .000 5 8 .625 33 MCKENNEY, Somalia 8 0 65 8.1 8 15 .533 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 24 YARBROUGH, Lauren 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TM TEAM................ Total.......... 31 751 1854 .405 163 520 .313 399 556 .718 Opponents...... 31 810 1876 .432 204 619 .330 455 682 .667

|-----REBOUNDS-----| Off Def Tot Avg 32 129 161 5.2 49 149 198 6.4 36 89 125 5.0 58 68 126 4.3 12 71 83 2.7 10 25 35 1.1 22 53 75 2.5 37 43 80 3.2 8 30 38 1.5 10 19 29 2.6 3 13 16 2.0 0 0 0 0.0 62 72 134 4.3 339 761 1100 35.5 434 857 1291 41.6

SCHEDULE, RESULTS & INDIVIDUAL LEADERS DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

ATT.

11/11/11 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS W 76-70 675 11/14/11 at Lipscomb W 61-58 995 11/22/11 at Louisville 60-78 L 12736 2012 Cal Poly Classic • San Luis Obispo, Calif. 11/25/11 vs American 54-55 L 78 11/26/11 at Cal Poly 69-79 L 503 11/30/11 VANDERBILT 51-83 L 1007 12/03/11 UAB 45-49 L 512 12/06/11 at Middle Tennessee 63-69 L 2742 12/09/11 at Bowling Green 38-72 L 1273 12/11/11 at Ball State 55-59 L 244 12/18/11 at Belmont Wot 58-56 387 12/20/11 FLORIDA A&M 77-86 L 385 12/21/11 ALABAMA A&M 68-80 L 840 12/29/11 * at Tennessee State 81-95 L 427 12/31/11 * at Morehead State 67-74 L 1317 01/02/12 * at Eastern Kentucky W 66-63 150 01/07/12 * MURRAY STATE W 71-63 1014 01/14/12 * JACKSONVILLE STATE 73-74 L 860 01/16/12 * EASTERN KENTUCKY 59-61 L 910 01/23/12 * at SIU Edwardsville 61-72 L 822 01/28/12 * TENNESSEE STATE 77-82 L 950 01/30/12 * at Southeast Missouri 60-69 L 369 02/01/12 * UT MARTIN 83-88 L 625 02/06/12 * TENNESSEE TECH 65-68 L 300 02/13/12 * at Murray State W 85-72 256 02/18/12 * MOREHEAD STATE Wot 88-81 875 02/23/12 at UT Martin 62-86 L 2668 02/25/12 * SOUTHEAST MISSOURI W 88-84 840 2012 Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Championship • Nashville, TN 02/29/12 vs Morehead State Wo2 84-83 1125 03/01/12 vs Murray State 73-90 L 1017

PF FO A 84 4 75 86 3 71 76 3 18 65 3 11 52 0 73 30 0 13 92 6 71 37 0 5 34 0 30 29 0 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 595 19 372 565 15 451

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 89 11 44 595 19.2 66 12 54 245 7.9 39 5 17 231 9.2 45 2 20 226 7.8 94 7 47 216 7.0 22 11 16 159 5.1 70 2 45 157 5.2 22 15 10 122 4.9 41 0 16 53 2.0 17 2 11 39 3.5 7 1 3 21 2.6 0 0 0 0 0.0 13 0 525 68 283 2064 66.6 535 115 277 2279 73.5

LEADING SCORER(S)

LEADING REBOUNDER(S)

(28)HANLEY, Whitney (21)HANLEY, Whitney (15)STAINBACK, Kristen

(9)RAYNER, Jasmine (7)HANLEY, Whitney

(12)RAYNER, Jasmine (25)HANLEY, Whitney (13)BROWN, Shyra (15)STAINBACK, Kristen (23)HANLEY, Whitney (8)OLSZEWSKI, Shelby (22)HANLEY, Whitney (16)OLSZEWSKI, Nicole (21)BUSSABARGER, Meghan (21)RAYNER, Jasmine (22)HANLEY, Whitney (21)HANLEY, Whitney (24)HANLEY, Whitney (26)HANLEY, Whitney (32)HANLEY, Whitney (14)MCKENNEY, Somalia (25)HANLEY, Whitney (30)HANLEY, Whitney (16)HILL, Kaitlyn (23)HANLEY, Whitney (16)HANLEY, Whitney (22)HANLEY, Whitney (22)HANLEY, Whitney (20)HANLEY, Whitney (19)HANLEY, Whitney

(9)RAYNER, Jasmine (8)BUSSABARGER, Meghan (11)MARTINEZ, Leslie (7)MARTINEZ, Leslie (6)MARTINEZ, Leslie (8)HILL, Kaitlyn (11)MARTINEZ, Leslie (8)BUSSABARGER, Meghan (11)BUSSABARGER, Meghan (6)RAYNER, Jasmine (9)RAYNER, Jasmine (11)BUSSABARGER, Meghan (8)HANLEY, Whitney (8)BUSSABARGER, MARTINEZ, HANLEY (8)MARTINEZ, Leslie (9)RAYNER, Jasmine (13)HILL, Kaitlyn (10)HILL, Kaitlyn (5)MARTINEZ, Leslie (12)HANLEY, Whitney (8)HANLEY, Whitney (8)MARTINEZ, Leslie (14)MARTINEZ, Leslie (10)BUSSABARGER, Meghan (9)MARTINEZ, Leslie

(38)HANLEY, Whitney (29)BUSSABARGER, Meghan

(9)MARTINEZ, Leslie (11)MARTINEZ, Leslie

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2011-12 BY THE BOOK GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent SOUTHERN ILLINOIS at Lipscomb at Louisville vs American at Cal Poly VANDERBILT UAB at Middle Tennessee at Bowling Green at Ball State at Belmont FLORIDA A&M ALABAMA A&M at Tennessee State at Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky MURRAY STATE JACKSONVILLE STATE EASTERN KENTUCKY at Eastern Illinois at SIU Edwardsville TENNESSEE STATE at Southeast Missouri UT MARTIN TENNESSEE TECH at Murray State MOREHEAD STATE at UT Martin SOUTHEAST MISSOURI vs Morehead State vs Murray State

Date 11/11/11 11/14/11 11/22/11 11/25/11 11/26/11 11/30/11 12/03/11 12/06/11 12/09/11 12/11/11 12/18/11 12/20/11 12/21/11 12/29/11 12/31/11 01/02/12 01/07/12 01/14/12 01/16/12 01/21/12 01/23/12 01/28/12 01/30/12 02/01/12 02/06/12 02/13/12 02/18/12 02/23/12 02/25/12 02/29/12 03/01/12

Score 76-70 61-58 60-78 54-55 69-79 51-83 45-49 63-69 38-72 55-59 58-56 77-86 68-80 81-95 67-74 66-63 71-63 73-74 59-61 46-80 61-72 77-82 60-69 83-88 65-68 85-72 88-81 62-86 88-84 84-83 73-90

TEAM SUPERLATIVES 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

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W/L W W L L L L L L L L Wot L L L L W W L L L L L L L L W Wot L W Wot L

|-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 25 57 .439 4 9 .444 20 52 .385 7 22 .318 20 64 .313 8 27 .296 19 58 .328 3 18 .167 29 69 .420 4 17 .235 18 60 .300 6 20 .300 14 47 .298 7 17 .412 21 48 .438 2 10 .200 16 49 .327 3 15 .200 21 57 .368 4 11 .364 23 60 .383 2 12 .167 31 64 .484 8 23 .348 21 55 .382 6 14 .429 30 69 .435 6 21 .286 28 61 .459 4 11 .364 25 63 .397 3 12 .250 29 67 .433 4 17 .235 26 64 .406 11 27 .407 16 55 .291 2 16 .125 18 62 .290 5 22 .227 25 59 .424 3 13 .231 27 69 .391 6 21 .286 21 53 .396 4 15 .267 31 70 .443 10 23 .435 23 43 .535 4 12 .333 35 65 .538 9 14 .643 30 61 .492 1 11 .091 25 69 .362 7 15 .467 29 57 .509 8 18 .444 29 60 .483 5 13 .385 26 67 .388 7 24 .292

FT 22 14 12 13 7 9 10 19 3 9 10 7 20 15 7 13 9 10 25 5 8 17 14 11 15 6 27 5 22 21 14

HIGHS 88 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (02/25/12) 35 at Murray State (02/13/12) 70 UT MARTIN (02/1/12) .538 (35-65) at Murray State (02/13/12) 11 JACKSONVILLE STATE (01/14/12) 27 JACKSONVILLE STATE (01/14/12) .643 (9-14) at Murray State (2/13/12) 27 MOREHEAD STATE (02/18/12) 34 MOREHEAD STATE (02/18/12) .933 (14-15) at Southeast Missouri (01/30/12) 44 at SIU Edwardsville (01/23/12) 20 at Murray State (02/13/12) 14 at Morehead State (12/31/11) 7 TENNESSEE STATE (1/28/12) 26 at SIU Edwardsville (01/23/12) 32 at Tennessee State (12/29/11)

FTA Pct 30 .733 26 .538 22 .545 16 .813 14 .500 12 .750 13 .769 27 .704 9 .333 14 .643 12 .833 11 .636 22 .909 20 .750 15 .467 15 .867 12 .750 11 .909 29 .862 13 .385 16 .500 23 .739 15 .933 12 .917 19 .789 8 .750 34 .794 7 .714 32 .688 29 .724 18 .778

|-----REBOUNDS-----| Off Def Tot Avg 10 31 41 41.0 9 21 30 35.5 13 21 34 35.0 12 29 41 36.5 14 26 40 37.2 15 24 39 37.5 14 18 32 36.7 8 19 27 35.5 7 29 36 35.6 14 27 41 36.1 10 24 34 35.9 8 31 39 36.2 8 14 22 35.1 15 25 40 35.4 16 18 34 35.3 12 27 39 35.6 7 28 35 35.5 9 21 30 35.2 11 26 37 35.3 14 18 32 35.2 14 30 44 35.6 16 24 40 35.8 4 27 31 35.6 13 30 43 35.9 6 18 24 35.4 6 30 36 35.4 12 27 39 35.6 14 25 39 35.7 8 19 27 35.4 10 29 39 35.5 10 25 35 35.5

PF 17 18 20 16 22 22 18 21 20 23 14 13 25 32 17 11 18 16 24 16 27 21 21 17 13 18 22 9 18 23 23

A 16 7 13 12 8 10 7 8 9 6 9 16 6 11 12 11 14 16 7 10 12 13 11 15 16 20 11 15 19 15 17

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 19 2 12 76 76.0 18 0 14 61 68.5 18 0 13 60 65.7 15 1 10 54 62.8 10 3 9 69 64.0 22 1 10 51 61.8 17 1 13 45 59.4 20 1 14 63 59.9 26 1 4 38 57.4 16 2 6 55 57.2 20 1 14 58 57.3 19 2 5 77 58.9 12 2 3 68 59.6 23 0 12 81 61.1 21 0 14 67 61.5 16 3 8 66 61.8 9 1 12 71 62.4 11 2 6 73 62.9 14 3 8 59 62.7 16 5 11 46 61.9 26 1 9 61 61.9 19 7 11 77 62.5 17 5 10 60 62.4 11 2 0 83 63.3 21 3 10 65 63.4 19 5 12 85 64.2 18 0 5 88 65.1 13 3 6 62 65.0 9 3 8 88 65.8 19 5 10 84 66.4 11 3 4 73 66.6

LOWS 38 at Bowling Green (12/09/11) 14 UAB (12/03/11) 43 TENNESSEE TECH (02/06/12) .290 (18-62) at Eastern Illinois (01/21/12) 1 MOREHEAD STATE (2/18/12) 9 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (11/11/11) .091 (1-11) MOREHEAD STATE (2/18/12) 3 at Bowling Green (12/09/11) 7 at UT Martin (02/23/12) .333 (3-9) at Bowling Green (12/09/11) 22 ALABAMA A&M (12/21/11) 6 ALABAMA A&M (12/21/11) 0 UT MARTIN (2/1/12) 0 MOREHEAD STATE (2/18/12) 9 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (2/25/12) 9 at UT Martin (02/23/12)

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2011-12 BY THE BOOK OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE STANDINGS

CONFERENCE OVERALL School W-L Pct. H A W-L Pct. H A UT Martin 15-1 .938 8-0 7-1 23-9 .719 12-1 9-7 Eastern Illinois 13-3 .812 7-1 6-2 22-9 .710 12-1 10-7 SIU Edwardsville* 12-4 .750 5-3 7-1 18-12 .600 8-6 9-5 Tennessee Tech 11-5 .688 6-2 5-3 17-17 .500 8-6 7-10 Murray State 8-8 .500 4-4 4-4 13-18 .419 8-4 4-12 Morehead State 7-9 .438 4-4 3-5 10-19 .345 7-7 3-10 Eastern Kentucky 7-9 .438 3-5 4-4 13-16 .448 6-6 5-7 Tennessee State 5-11 .312 3-5 2-6 9-21 .300 5-8 4-12 Austin Peay 5-11 .312 3-5 2-6 9-22 .290 4-9 4-11 Southeast Missouri State 4-12 .250 3-5 1-7 7-22 .241 5-7 1-13 Jacksonville State 1-15 .062 0-8 1-7 4-25 .138 3-9 1-14 Regular-Season Champion: Tennessee Tech OVC Tournament Qualifiers: Austin Peay, Eastern Illinois, Jacksonville State, Morehead State, Murray State, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech and UT Martin SIU Edwardsville was reclassifying and not eligible for postseason play

ALL-OVC TEAMS & AWARDS First Team Ta’Kenya Nixon, EIU Jasmine Newsome, UTM Heather Butler, UTM Hanley, APSU Tacarra Hayes, TTU

Second Team Courtney Lumpkin, MOR Raven Berry, SIUE Mariah King, EIU Erica Burgess, MUR Jasmin Shuler, TSU Jala Harris, TTU

All-Newcomer Jade Barber, EKU Briana Morrow, JSU Jala Harris, TTU Erica Burgess, MUR Katie Hempen, SIUE

Player of the Year: Jasmine Newsome, UT Martin Freshman of the Year: Katie Hempen, SIU Edwardsville Defensive Players of the Year: Ta’Kenya Nixon, Eastern Illinois Coach of the Year: Amanda Levens, SIU Edwardsville

N 9-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-2 0-2 2-3 0-1 1-2 1-2 0-2

REGULAR-SEASON TITLES Tennessee Tech (1977-current) Middle Tennessee (1977-00) Eastern Kentucky (1977-current) Austin Peay (1977-current) Tennessee State (1987-current) Southeast Missouri (1991-current)* Tennessee-Martin (1992-current) Eastern Illinois (1996-current) Murray State (1977-current)

TOURNAMENT TITLES Whitney

Tennessee Tech (1977-current) Austin Peay (1977-current) Middle Tennessee (1977-00) Eastern Kentucky (1977-current) Tennessee State (1987-current) Tennessee-Martin (1992-current) Morehead State (1977-current) Murray State (1977-current) Southeast Missouri (1991-current)*

16 11 5 3 2 2 2 1 1

9 7 6 2 2 2 1 1 1

* - team vacated one championship due to NCAA penalties

INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCE-ONLY STATISTICS OVC: 5-11 | HOME: 3-5 | AWAY: 2-6 |-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 12 HANLEY, Whitney 16 16 570 35.6 128 279 .459 29 85 .341 49 57 .860 14 MARTINEZ, Leslie 16 12 434 27.1 50 126 .397 10 34 .294 11 14 .786 00 RAYNER, Jasmine 15 11 289 19.3 43 95 .453 0 0 .000 35 47 .745 43 BUSSABARGER, Meghan 10 4 267 26.7 45 97 .464 5 12 .417 20 26 .769 05 OLSZEWSKI, Nicole 16 16 495 30.9 42 116 .362 11 42 .262 17 29 .586 44 OLSZEWSKI, Shelby 16 14 506 31.6 28 83 .337 14 39 .359 31 42 .738 42 HILL, Kaitlyn 14 6 225 16.1 40 83 .482 0 0 .000 19 31 .613 04 STAINBACK, Kristen 16 1 261 16.3 28 81 .346 18 54 .333 16 18 .889 33 MCKENNEY, Somalia 7 0 61 8.7 8 15 .533 0 0 .000 4 5 .800 03 BULEY, Shira 11 0 114 10.4 6 12 .500 0 2 .000 7 12 .583 02 BROWN, Shyra 1 0 3 3.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TM TEAM................ Total.......... 16 418 987 .424 87 268 .325 209 281 .744 Opponents...... 16 432 995 .434 111 330 .336 237 344 .689

|-----REBOUNDS-----| Off Def Tot Avg 18 71 89 5.6 22 81 103 6.4 32 37 69 4.6 15 40 55 5.5 6 32 38 2.4 14 25 39 2.4 27 28 55 3.9 5 13 18 1.1 2 13 15 2.1 3 10 13 1.2 0 2 2 2.0 33 41 74 4.6 177 393 570 35.6 230 432 662 41.4

PF FO A 48 3 36 45 2 44 36 3 6 29 1 8 27 0 43 52 3 51 25 0 4 14 0 9 10 0 0 12 0 12 2 0 0 0 300 12 213 283 8 240

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 49 7 24 334 20.9 31 6 26 121 7.6 25 0 11 121 8.1 17 4 9 115 11.5 51 6 27 112 7.0 41 0 23 101 6.3 13 12 8 99 7.1 7 7 6 90 5.6 7 1 3 20 2.9 11 0 5 19 1.7 2 0 0 0 0.0 9 0 263 43 142 1132 70.8 274 57 131 1212 75.8

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2011-12 BY THE BOOK OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP First Round

Wednesday, March 2 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

Quarterfinals

Thursday, March 3 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

Semifinals

Friday, March 4 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

Championship

Saturday, March 5 @ Municipal Auditorium Nashville, Tenn.

#1 UT Martin #4 Murray State #5 Morehead State GAME 1 APSU won, 84-83 (2OT)

GAME 3 MUR won, 90-73 Austin Peay

#8 Austin Peay

#2 Eastern Illinois #3 Tennessee Tech

#6 Eastern Kentucky GAME 2 EKU won, 70-55

GAME 5 UTM won, 102-77 Murray State

GAME 4 TTU won, 81-65

GAME 6 TTU won, 81-72 Tennessee Tech

UT Martin

GAME 7 UTM won, 82-65

UT Martin

Tennessee Tech

Eastern Kentucky

#7 Tennessee State

INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT-ONLY STATISTICS

|-----TOTAL-----| |-----3-POINT-----| ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 12 HANLEY, Whitney 2 2 78 39.0 18 41 .439 4 10 .400 8 10 .800 43 BUSSABARGER, Meghan 2 0 64 32.0 14 18 .778 2 3 .667 5 6 .833 14 MARTINEZ, Leslie 2 2 80 40.0 7 15 .467 3 4 .750 4 5 .800 44 OLSZEWSKI, Shelby 2 2 74 37.0 6 12 .500 1 6 .167 7 10 .700 42 HILL, Kaitlyn 2 2 33 16.5 4 9 .444 0 0 .000 8 10 .800 04 STAINBACK, Kristen 2 0 52 26.0 5 14 .357 2 7 .286 1 2 .500 05 OLSZEWSKI, Nicole 2 2 62 31.0 1 16 .063 0 6 .000 2 4 .500 03 BULEY, Shira 2 0 4 2.0 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 00 RAYNER, Jasmine 1 0 3 3.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TM TEAM................ Total.......... 2 55 127 .433 12 37 .324 35 47 .745 Opponents...... 2 62 131 .473 12 33 .364 37 58 .638

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|-----REBOUNDS-----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl 2 7 9 4.5 6 0 8 5 1 3 3 4 7 3.5 9 1 1 3 0 1 2 18 20 10.0 9 1 10 6 1 0 2 8 10 5.0 10 2 3 6 2 2 5 6 11 5.5 3 0 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 1.0 3 0 0 2 1 2 1 6 7 3.5 5 0 8 4 0 4 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 8 4.0 0 0 20 54 74 37.0 46 4 32 30 8 14 28 60 88 44.0 39 1 27 28 4 16

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Pts Avg 48 24.0 35 17.5 21 10.5 20 10.0 16 8.0 13 6.5 4 2.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 157 78.5 173 86.5


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS RECORDS SINGLE-GAME RECORDS 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 ney) 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 TourKelly 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

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS only most recent occurrence listed Scoring Scoring Average Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Field Goal Percentage Three-Point Field Goals Made Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Rebound Average Assists Assists Average Turnovers Turnover Average Blocked Shots Blocked Shot Average Steals Steal Average Games Played Overall Wins Overall Losses Overall Win Percentage Conference Wins Conference Losses Conference Win Percentage

HIGH 2300 77.1 896 2217 .475 206 583 .371 526 794 .761 1677 54.1 557 18.6 624 23.8 135 4.2 364 12.1 33 27 24 .871 16 14 1.000

YEAR 2002-03 1985-86 1985-85 1979-80 2002-03 2002-03 2001-02 2002-03 2009-10 1995-96 2001-02 1979-80 1979-80 1980-81 1980-81 2010-11 1988-89 1987-88 2003-04 1980-81 1981-82 2008-09 2002-03 1982-83 2002-03 2002-03 1986-87 2002-03

LOW 1456 57.4 593 1537 .375 15 71 .211 228 372 .611 931 33.6 201 8.7 398 15.2 42 1.6 174 6.4 23 2 8 .077 0 0 .000

YEAR 1978-79 2007-08 1988-89 1988-89 1992-93 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1978-79 1978-79 1988-89 1978-79 2001-02 1978-79 1978-79 1982-83 2002-03 1982-83 1982-83 1982-83 2007-08 1978-79 1988-89 1995-96 1982-83 1989-90 2002-03 1989-90

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) 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) 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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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 GP FGM 3GM FTM Pts. Avg. REBOUNDS.............................................................. Season GP Reb. Avg. 1. Brooke Armistead.........2001-02 31 234 41 178 687 22.2 1. Ashley Haynes....................................................2005-06 28 374 13.4 2. Brooke Armistead.........2000-01 31 244 42 155 685 22.1 2. Golena Rucker................................................... 1979-80 31 349 11.3 3. Brooke Armistead.........1999-00 30 211 37 149 608 20.3 3. Golena Rucker................................................... 1977-78 28 323 11.5 4. Whitney Hanley.............2011-12 31 218 55 104 595 19.2 4. April Thomas......................................................2008-09 33 290 8.8 5. Gerlonda Hardin........... 2003-04 31 223 0 125 571 18.4 5. Joanne Arnold.................................................... 1979-80 30 281 9.4 6. Dorothy Taylor................1985-86 26 224 0 94 542 20.8 6. Nicole Jamen...................................................... 2009-10 33 280 8.5 7. Brooke Armistead........ 2002-03 28 184 41 140 528 18.9 7. Ashley Haynes....................................................2003-04 30 275 9.2 8. Shandra Maxwell..........1986-87 25 218 0 80 516 20.6 8. Gerlonda Hardin.................................................2003-04 31 270 8.7 9. A. Behrenbrinker . ........1996-97 28 177 20 125 499 17.8 9. Shandra Maxwell............................................... 1986-87 25 266 10.6 10. Ashley Herring...............2009-10 33 146 38 164 494 15.0 10. Golena Rucker................................................... 1978-79 23 264 11.5 11. Gerlonda Hardin............2001-02 31 192 0 95 479 15.5 11. Golena Rucker................................................... 1980-81 28 262 9.4 12. Ashley Haynes.............. 2005-06 28 184 0 106 474 16.9 12. Shandra Maxwell............................................... 1989-90 24 257 10.7 13. Gerlonda Hardin........... 2002-03 31 198 0 72 468 15.1 13. Elaine Swafford.................................................. 1977-78 28 255 9.1 14. Shandra Maxwell..........1989-90 24 200 0 62 462 19.3 14. Tabatha Koger.................................................... 1990-91 26 254 9.8 15. Simone Caldwell...........1996-97 28 154 33 119 460 16.4 15. Jocelyn Duke...................................................... 2000-01 31 253 8.2 16. Elaine Swafford.............1979-80 31 175 0 99 449 14.5 Gerlonda Hardin.................................................2002-03 31 253 8.2 17. Golena Rucker..............1979-80 31 188 0 71 447 14.4 17. Amanda Behrenbrinker..................................... 1996-97 28 252 9.0 18. April Thomas................ 2008-09 33 169 1 95 434 13.2 18. Dorothy Taylor..................................................... 1984-85 28 246 8.8 19. Tracie Mason.................1990-91 26 152 11 116 431 16.6 19. Shelia Smotherman........................................... 1977-78 28 245 8.8 Shandra Maxwell..........1987-88 18 178 0 75 431 23.9 20. Gerlonda Hardin................................................. 2001-02 31 243 7.8 SCORING AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) RK 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. 19.2 Whitney Hanley (31) 8. 18.9 Brooke Armistead (28) 9. 18.6 Amanda Behrenbrinker (20) 10. 18.4 Gerlonda Hardin (31)

SEASON 2001-02 2000-01 1985-86 1986-87 1999-00 1989-90 2011-12 2002-03 1997-98 2003-04

REBOUNDING AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) RK 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

FIELD GOALS MADE RK 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) 218 Whitney Hanley (31) 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) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK ATT PLAYER (GP) 1. 548 Brooke Armistead (31) 2. 496 Whitney Hanley (31) 3. 477 Brooke Armistead (30) 4. 472 Brooke Armistead (31) 5. 442 Dorothy Taylor (26) 6. 430 Golena Rucker (31) 7. 427 Glenda Clifton (25) 8. 406 Shandra Maxwell (24) 9. 404 Simone Caldwell (28) 10. 399 Elaine Swafford (31) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 FGM) RK 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. .563 Dalila Thomas (99-176) 9. .560 Shandra Maxwell (218-389) 10. .551 Tonita Cannon (151-274)

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SEASON 2000-01 2001-02 1985-86 2003-04 1986-87 2011-12 1999-00 1989-90 2002-03 2001-02 1979-80 SEASON 2000-01 2011-12 1999-00 2001-02 1985-86 1979-80 1986-87 1989-90 1996-97 1979-80

SEASON 2002-03 2000-01 2001-02 2003-04 1987-88 2006-07 2001-02 2010-11 1986-87 1984-85

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE RK 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. 62 Whitney Hanley (31) 7. 61 Paige Smith (31) 8. 58 Paige Smith (30) 9. 57 Amber Bacon (28) 10. 56 Three tied with

SEASON 2003-04 2004-05 1999-00 2002-03 1993-94 2010-11 2000-01 2002-03 2005-06

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK 3GA PLAYER (GP) 1. 277 Kera Bergeron (31) 2. 236 Kera Bergeron (27) 3. 203 Whitney Hanley (31) 4. 196 Paige Smith (31) 5. 194 Paige Smith (30) 6. 182 Kera Bergeron (31) 7. 177 Paige Smith (31) 8. 170 Stephanie Rogers (26) 9. 165 Saundra Hale (28) 10. 163 Whitney Hanley (31)

SEASON 2003-04 2004-05 2010-11 2000-01 1999-00 2002-03 2001-02 1991-92 2005-06 2011-12

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 30 3GM) RK 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 LADY GOVS RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE SEASON FREE THROWS MADE RK FTM PLAYER (GP) 1. 178 Brooke Armistead (31) 2. 164 Ashley Herring (33) 3. 155 Brooke Armistead (31) 4. 149 Brooke Armistead (30) 5. 125 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 125 Amanda Behrenbrinker (28) 7. 119 Simone Caldwell (28) 119 Brooke Armistead (28) 9. 116 Tracie Mason (26) 10. 112 Simone Caldwell (29)

SEASON 2001-02 2010-11 2000-01 1999-00 2003-04 1996-97 1996-97 2002-03 1990-91 1995-96

BLOCKED SHOTS RK B PLAYER (GP) 1. 59 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 57 Gerlonda Hardin 3. 56 Gerlonda Hardin 4. 51 Gerlonda Hardin 5. 46 Dalila Thomas 6. 45 Joanne Arnold 7. 44 Tina Cottle 8. 41 Ashley Haynes 9. 39 Amanda Behrenbrinker 10. 37 Sonja Cox

SEASON 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 2001-02 2010-11 1981-82 1980-81 2005-06 1995-96 1993-94

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED RK FTA PLAYER (GP) 1. 219 Ashley Herring (33) 2. 198 Brooke Armistead (31) 3. 193 Simone Caldwell (29) 4. 190 Amanda Behrenbrinker (28) 186 Jasmine Rayner (33) 6. 183 Gerlonda Hardin (31) 7. 181 Brooke Armistead (31) 8. 175 Brooke Armistead (30) 9. 164 Tracie Mason (26) 10. 160 Simone Caldwell (28)

SEASON 2009-10 2001-02 1995-96 1996-97 2009-10 2003-04 2000-01 1999-00 1990-91 1996-97

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) RK 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. 1.4 Dalila Thomas (33) 10. 1.3 Amanda Behrenbrinker (29)

SEASON 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 1997-98 2001-02 1980-81 2005-06 1981-82 2010-11 1995-96

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) RK PCT. PLAYER (FTM-FTA) 1. .899 Brooke Armistead (178-198) 2. .881 Whitney Hanley (103-118) 3. .878 Georgie Vaughan (65-74) 4. .873 Paige Smith (55-63) 5. .856 Brooke Armistead (155-181) 6. .855 Paige Smith (59-69) 7. .851 Brooke Armistead (149-175) 8. .850 Brooke Armistead (119-140) 9. .847 Paige Smith (72-85) 10. .842 Kristal Holmes (64-76)

SEASON 2001-02 2011-12 1993-94 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 1999-00 2002-03 2000-01 1983-84

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

STEALS RK 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

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

STEALS AVERAGE (min. 20 GP) RK 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

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

MINUTES (since 1981-82 season) RK 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

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) RK 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)

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

MINUTES AVERAGE (since 1981-82 season) RK 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)

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

GAMES STARTED RK GS PLAYER 1. 33 April Thomas 33 Ashley Herring 33 Ashley Herring 33 Nicole Jamen 5. 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 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 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 LADY GOVS RECORDS ANNUAL STATISTICAL 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...........................434............13.2 2009-10......Ashley Herring........................494............15.0 2010-11......Whitney Hanley.......................378............12.2 2011-12......Whitney Hanley.......................595............19.2

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 2009-10......Nicole Jamen..........................280..............8.5 2010-11......Jasmine Rayner......................253.............. 7.7 2011-12......Leslie Martinez.......................198..............6.4

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 2009-10......Jasmine Rayner.................. 0.481..... 117-243 2010-11......Dalila Thomas..................... 0.563....... 99-176 2011-12......Meghan Bussabarger........ 0.453.......86-190 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year Player Pct FG-FGA 1987-88......Melissa Heatherly.............. 0.403.......52-129 1988-89.....Madeline Sparks................ 0.356..........31-87 1990-91......Stephanie Rogers............... 0.336.......42-125 1991-92......Stephanie Rogers............... 0.329....... 56-170 1992-93.....Carrie Thompson................ 0.357......... 35-98 1993-94.....Georgie Vaughan.................0.414.......63-152 1994-95.....Bridgett Robbins................ 0.457..........37-81 1996-97......Andrea Miller...................... 0.429....... 51-119 1998-99.....Candie Smith...................... 0.339....... 42-124 1999-00.....Paige Smith.........................0.371.......72-194 2000-01......Brooke Armistead............... 0.359....... 42-117 2001-02......Brooke Armistead............... 0.353....... 41-116 2002-03.....Kera Bergeron.................... 0.390....... 71-182 2003-04.....Kera Bergeron.................... 0.379.....105-277 2004-05.....Kera Bergeron.................... 0.347.......82-236 2005-06.....Amber Bacon...................... 0.377....... 57-151 2006-07......Amber Bacon...................... 0.364.......56-154 2007-08......Ashley Herring.................... 0.400......... 38-95 2008-09.....Whitney Hanley................... 0.336.......40-119 2009-10......Ashley Herring................... 0.336.......38-113 2010-11......Nicole Olszewski................. 0.351......... 33-94 2011-12......Whitney Hanley................... 0.337.......55-163

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS RECORDS ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Year Player FT% Avg 1977-78......Elaine Swafford.................. 0.767......... 66-86 1978-79......Elaine Swafford...................0.747......... 56-75 1979-80......Elaine Swafford.................. 0.805.......99-123 1980-81......Tina Cottle........................... 0.618..........47-76 1981-82......Lillian Cain.......................... 0.646......... 64-99 1982-83.....Susan Wright...................... 0.793......... 46-58 1983-84.....Kristal Holmes................... 0.842......... 64-76 1984-85.....Dorothy Taylor..................... 0.768......... 73-95 1985-86.....Dorothy Taylor..................... 0.790.......94-119 1986-87......Shandra Maxwell................ 0.672.......80-119 1987-88......Shandra Maxwell................ 0.664.......75-113 1988-89.....Tracie Mason...................... 0.661.......72-109 1989-90.....Tracie Mason.......................0.746.......94-126 1990-91......Tracie Mason...................... 0.707.....116-164 1991-92......Jametta Bland.................... 0.661.......72-109 1992-93.....Carrie Thompson................ 0.790....... 98-124 1993-94.....Georgie Vaughan................ 0.878..........65-74 1994-95.....Kerri Wilburn....................... 0.795......... 62-78 1995-96.....Sonia White........................ 0.821......... 78-95 1996-97......Simone Caldwell..................0.744.....119-160 1997-98......Amanda Behrenbrinker..... 0.697.......85-122 1998-99.....Quin Sullivan...................... 0.783......... 65-83 1999-00.....Brooke Armistead............... 0.851.....149-175 2000-01......Brooke Armistead............... 0.856.....155-181 2001-02......Brooke Armistead............... 0.899.....178-198 2002-03.....Brooke Armistead............... 0.850.....119-140 2003-04.....Gerlonda Hardin................. 0.683.....125-183 2004-05.....Ashley Haynes.................... 0.532......... 50-94 2005-06.....Ashley Haynes.................... 0.688.....106-154 2006-07......Ashlee McGee.....................0.710......... 66-93 2007-08......Ashlee McGee.................... 0.726......... 69-95 2008-09.....April Thomas....................... 0.704.......95-135 2009-10......Ashley Herring.....................0.749.....164-219 2010-11......Whitney Hanley................... 0.816......... 62-76 2011-12......Whitney Hanley................... 0.881.....104-118

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 2009-10......Ashley Herring..........................79..............2.4 2010-11......Whitney Hanley.........................90..............2.7 2011-12......Whitney Hanley.........................75..............2.4

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 2009-10......Ashley Herring.......................... 27..............0.8 2010-11......Dalila Thomas...........................46..............1.4 2011-12......Kaitlyn Hill.................................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 2009-10......Nicole Jamen............................39..............1.2 2010-11......Whitney Hanley......................... 51..............1.6 2011-12......Leslie Martinez.........................54..............1.7

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS RECORDS FRESHMAN SINGLE SEASON SCORING RK 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 RK 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) RK 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 RK REB 1. 323 2. 266 3. 255

PLAYER Golena Rucker Shandra Maxwell Elaine Swafford

SEASON 1977-78 1986-87 1977-78

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

SEASON 1999-00 2002-03 1998-99

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

SEASON 1983-84 2008-09 1985-86

FIELD GOALS MADE RK 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) RK 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 RK B PLAYER 1. 56 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 44 Tina Cottle 3. 24 Tracie Mason

SEASON 2000-01 1980-81 1987-88

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK ATT PLAYER 1. 477 Brooke Armistead 2. 389 Shandra Maxwell 3. 350 Paige Smith

SEASON 1999-00 1986-87 1999-00

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

SEASON 1999-00 1986-87 1987-88

STEALS RK S PLAYER 1. 63 Ashley Haynes 2. 60 Emily Pollock 3. 58 Paige Smith

SEASON 2002-03 2008-09 1999-00

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) RK 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 RK FTA PLAYER 1. 175 Brooke Armistead 2. 140 Tracie Mason 3. 129 Gerlonda Hardin

SEASON 1999-00 1987-88 2000-01

PLAYER Kristal Holmes Emily Pollock Lacritia Wilson

SOPHOMORE SINGLE SEASON SCORING RK PTS 1. 685 2. 479 2. 431

PLAYER Brooke Armistead Gerlonda Hardin Shandra Maxwell

SEASON 2000-01 2001-02 1987-88

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE RK 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) RK 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 RK REB 1. 281 2. 275 3. 264

PLAYER Joanne Arnold Ashley Haynes Golena Rucker

SEASON 1979-80 2003-04 1978-79

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

SEASON 2003-04 2000-01 2005-06

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

SEASON 1979-80 1999-00 1984-85

FIELD GOALS MADE RK 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) RK 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 RK B PLAYER 1. 51 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 39 Amanda Behrenbrinker 3. 37 Sonja Cox

SEASON 2001-02 1995-96 1993-94

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK ATT PLAYER 1. 548 Brooke Armistead 2. 359 Ashley Haynes 3. 353 Paige Smith

SEASON 2000-01 2003-04 2000-01

FREE THROWS MADE RK FTM PLAYER 1. 149 Brooke Armistead 2. 111 Jasmine Rayner 3. 80 Shandra Maxwell

SEASON 1999-00 2009-10 1986-87

STEALS RK S PLAYER 1. 77 Kelly Chavez 2. 67 Carrie Thompson 3. 63 Amanda Behrenbrinker

SEASON 1999-00 1992-93 1995-96

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) RK 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 RK FTA PLAYER 1. 186 Jasmine Rayner 2. 155 Brooke Armistead 3. 115 Ashley Herring

SEASON 2009-10 2000-01 2008-09

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS RECORDS JUNIOR SINGLE-SEASON SCORING RK PTS 1. 687 2. 499 3. 494

PLAYER Brooke Armistead Amanda Behrenbrinker Ashley Herring

SEASON 2001-02 1996-97 2009-10

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE RK 3GM PLAYER 1. 82 Kera Bergeron 2. 63 Georgie Vaughan 3. 62 Whitney Hanley

SEASON 2004-05 1993-94 2010-11

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) RK PCT. PLAYER (FTM-FTA) 1. .899 Brooke Armistead (178-198) 2. .878 Georgie Vaughan (65-74) 3. .855 Paige Smith (59-69)

SEASON 2001-02 1993-94 2001-02

REBOUNDING RK REB 1. 349 2. 253 253

PLAYER Golena Rucker Gerlonda Hardin Jasmine Rayner

SEASON 1979-80 2002-03 2010-11

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK 3GA PLAYER 1. 236 Kera Bergeron 2. 203 Whitney Hanley 3. 177 Paige Smith

SEASON 2004-05 2010-11 2001-02

ASSISTS RK A 1. 178 2. 153 3. 119

SEASON 2000-01 1980-81 1989-90

FIELD GOALS MADE RK FGM PLAYER 1. 234 Brooke Armistead 2. 198 Gerlonda Hardin 3. 188 Golena Rucker

SEASON 2001-02 2002-03 1979-80

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 30 made) RK PCT. PLAYER (3GM-3GA) 1. .429 Andrea Miller (51-119) 2. .414 Georgie Vaughan (63-152) 3. .374 Cassandra Peek (34-91)

SEASON 1996-97 1993-94 2003-04

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK ATT PLAYER 1. 472 Brooke Armistead 2. 430 Golena Rucker 3. 399 Elaine Swafford

SEASON 2001-02 1979-80 1979-80

FREE THROWS MADE RK FTM PLAYER 1. 178 Brooke Armistead 2. 164 Ashley Herring 3. 125 Amanda Behrenbrinker

SEASON 2001-02 2009-10 1996-97

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) RK PCT. PLAYER (FGM-FGA) 1. .635 Gerlonda Hardin (198-312) 2. .584 Kellea Reeves (115-197) 3. .569 Shatika Hutcherson (115-202)

SEASON 2002-03 2006-07 2001-02

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED RK FTA PLAYER 1. 219 Ashley Herring 2. 198 Brooke Armistead 3. 193 Simone Caldwell

SEASON 2009-10 2001-02 1995-96

PLAYER Kelly Chavez Jeanne Hinchee Tracie Mason

BLOCKED SHOTS RK B PLAYER 1. 57 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 36 Joanne Arnold 3. 33 Amanda Behrenbrinker 33 Ashley Herring

SEASON 2002-03 1980-81 1996-97 2004-05

STEALS RK S PLAYER 1. 85 Tracie Mason 2. 71 Saundra Hale 3. 66 Amanda Behrenbrinker

SEASON 1989-90 2005-06 1996-97

SENIOR SINGLE-SEASON SCORING RK PTS 1. 595 2. 571 3. 542

PLAYER Whitney Hanley Gerlonda Hardin Dorothy Taylor

SEASON 2011-12 2003-04 1985-86

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE RK 3GM PLAYER 1. 58 Paige Smith 2. 56 Stephanie Rogers 3. 55 Whitney Hanley

SEASON 2002-03 1991-92 2011-12

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 45 FTM) RK PCT. PLAYER (FTM-FTA) 1. .881 Whitney Hanley (104-118) 2. .850 Brooke Armistead (119-140) 3. .821 Sonia White (78-95)

SEASON 2011-12 2002-03 1995-96

REBOUNDING RK REB 1. 374 2. 290 3. 280

PLAYER Ashley Haynes April Thomas Nicole Jamen

SEASON 2005-06 2008-09 2009-10

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK 3GA PLAYER 1. 170 Stephanie Rogers 2. 163 Whitney Hanley 3. 155 Paige Smith

SEASON 1991-92 2011-12 2002-03

ASSISTS RK A 1. 140 2. 124 3. 117

PLAYER Jeanne Hinchee Kelly Chavez Paige Smith

SEASON 1981-82 2001-02 2002-03

FIELD GOALS MADE RK FGM PLAYER 1. 224 Dorothy Taylor 2. 223 Gerlonda Hardin 3. 218 Whitney Hanley

SEASON 1985-86 2003-04 2011-12

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 30 made) RK PCT. PLAYER (3GM-3GA) 1. .403 Melissa Heatherly (52-129) 2. .383 Georgie Vaughan (44-115) 3. .374 Paige Smith (58-155)

SEASON 1987-88 1994-95 2002-03

BLOCKED SHOTS RK B PLAYER 1. 59 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 45 Joanne Arnold 3. 41 Ashley Haynes

SEASON 2003-04 1981-82 2005-06

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK ATT PLAYER 1. 496 Whitney Hanley 2. 442 Dorothy Taylor 3. 427 Glenda Clifton

SEASON 2011-12 1985-96 1986-87

FREE THROWS MADE RK FTM PLAYER 1. 125 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 119 Brooke Armistead 3. 119 Simone Caldwell

SEASON 2003-04 2002-03 1996-97

STEALS RK S PLAYER 1. 75 Angelica Suffren 2. 72 Tracie Mason 3. 66 Amanda Behrenbrinker

SEASON 1998-99 1990-91 1997-98

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 60 made) RK PCT. PLAYER (FGM-FGA) 1. .608 Gerlonda Hardin (223-367) 2. .561 Ashley Haynes (184-328) 3. .529 Betsy Jeffries (92-174)

SEASON 2003-04 2005-06 1992-93

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED RK FTA PLAYER 1. 183 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 164 Tracie Mason 3. 160 Simone Caldwell

SEASON 2003-04 1990-91 1996-97

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS RECORDS INDIVIDUAL 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. Whitney Hanley............ 2008-12 5. Ashley Haynes.............. 2002-06 6. Amanda Behrenbrinker .1994-98 7. Tracie Mason.................1987-91 8. Paige Smith...................1999-03 9. Elaine Swafford............. 1977-81 10. Georgie Vaughan..........1991-95 11. Golena Rucker.............. 1977-81 12. Ashley Herring...............2007-10 13. Carrie Thompson..........1991-96 14. Jasmine Rayner............ 2008-12 15. Sonja Cox.......................1992-96 16. Kera Bergeron.............. 2002-05 17. Dorothy Taylor................1984-86 18. Sonia White...................1992-96 19. Valerie Malone..............1981-85 20. Colleen Polzin................1993-97

GP FGM 3GM FTM 120 873 161 601 124 749 0 365 91 767 0 271 128 554 193 249 116 625 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 94 387 124 284 105 382 97 257 128 378 0 313 107 377 45 204 89 329 258 61 54 382 0 167 107 329 51 217 109 388 0 115 106 347 1 192

Pts. 2508 1863 1805 1550 1497 1442 1326 1324 1307 1211 1206 1182 1118 1069 1003 977 931 926 891 887

Avg. 20.9 15.0 19.8 12.1 12.9 13.9 14.3 10.9 12.1 11.3 11.0 12.6 10.6 8.4 9.4 11.0 17.2 8.7 8.2 8.4

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. Jasmine Rayner..................................................2008-12 9. Elaine Swafford...................................................1977-81 10. Nicole Jamen...................................................... 2006-10 11. Tracie Mason...................................................... 1987-91 12. Angelica Suffren................................................ 1995-99 13. Valerie Malone................................................... 1981-85 14. Ashley Herring.................................................... 2007-10 15. Dorothy Taylor..................................................... 1984-86 16. Connie Sinks...................................................... 1978-82 17. April Thomas...................................................... 2007-09 18. Lori Harris........................................................... 1983-86 19. Brooke Armistead.............................................. 1999-03 20. Georgie Vaughan............................................... 1991-95

SCORING AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) RK 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. 12.6 Ashley Herring (94) 2007-10

FIELD GOALS MADE RK FGM PLAYER (GP) 1. 873 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 767 Shandra Maxwell (91) 3. 749 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 4. 625 Ashley Haynes (116) 5. 554 Whitney Hanley (128) 6. 525 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 7. 523 Elaine Swafford (108) 8. 513 Golena Rucker (110) 9. 473 Tracie Mason (93) 10. 434 Paige Smith (122)

SEASON 1999-03 1986-90 2000-04 2002-06 2008-12 1994-98 1977-81 1977-81 1987-91 1999-03

REBOUNDING AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) RK 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 RK ATT PLAYER (GP) 1. 1880 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 1470 Shandra Maxwell (91) 3. 1433 Whitney Hanley (128) 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 2008-12 1977-81 2002-06 2000-04 1977-81 1987-91 1999-03 1994-98 1991-95

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 200 FGM) RK 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

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GP 110 116 124 91 104 111 106 128 108 123 93 110 109 94 54 113 61 80 120 107

Reb. 1198 1080 982 950 894 836 765 730 718 671 664 547 524 510 486 475 470 467 463 459

Avg. 10.9 10.4 7.9 10.4 8.6 7.5 7.2 5.7 6.6 5.5 7.1 5.0 4.8 5.4 9.0 4.2 7.7 5.8 3.9 4.3

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE RK 3GM PLAYER (GP) 1. 258 Kera Bergeron (89) 2. 243 Paige Smith (122) 3. 193 Whitney Hanley (128) 4. 165 Kelly Chavez (120) 5. 161 Brooke Armistead (120) 6. 155 Georgie Vaughan (107) 7. 134 Amber Bacon (85) 8. 124 Ashley Herring (94) 9. 108 Cassandra Peek (119) 10. 106 Brooke Faulkner (91)

SEASON 2002-05 1999-03 2008-12 1997-02 1999-03 1991-95 2004-08 2007-10 2001-05 2008-11

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED RK 3GA PLAYER (GP) 1. 722 Paige Smith (122) 2. 695 Kera Bergeron (89) 3. 613 Whitney Hanley (97) 4. 562 Kelly Chavez (120) 5. 446 Brooke Armistead (120) 6. 425 Georgie Vaughan (107) 7. 365 Amber Bacon (85) 8. 351 Ashley Herring (94) 9. 337 Brooke Faulkner (91) 10. 331 Cassandra Peek (119)

SEASON 1999-03 2002-05 2008-12 1997-02 1999-03 1991-95 2004-08 2007-10 2008-11 2001-05

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 3GM) RK 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. .353 Ashley Herring (124-351) 2007-10 8. .337 Paige Smith (243-722) 1999-03 9. .332 Stephanie Rogers (98-295) 1990-92 10. .331 Sonia White (51-154) 1992-96

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS RECORDS INDIVIDUAL CAREER FREE THROWS MADE RK FTM PLAYER (GP) 1. 601 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 365 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 3. 361 Tracie Mason (93) 4. 355 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 5. 313 Jasmine Rayner (128) 6. 284 Ashley Herring (94) 7. 271 Shandra Maxwell (91) 8. 261 Elaine Swafford (108) 9. 257 Carrie Thompson (105) 10. 249 Whitney Hanely (128)

SEASON 1999-03 2000-04 1987-91 1994-98 2008-12 2007-10 1986-90 1977-81 1991-96 2008-12

BLOCKED SHOTS RK 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. 63 Dalila Thomas 9. 58 Ashley Herring 10. 52 Georgie Vaughan

SEASON 2000-04 1994-98 2002-06 1978-82 1992-96 1987-91 1995-99 2009-11 2007-10 1991-95

MINUTES (since 1981-82 season) RK 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

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED RK FTA PLAYER (GP) 1. 694 Brooke Armistead (120) 2. 555 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 3. 539 Tracie Mason (93) 4. 526 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 5. 497 Jasmine Rayner (128) 6. 417 Shandra Maxwell (91) 7. 406 Ashley Herring (94) 8. 395 Ashley Haynes (116) 9. 372 Colleen Polzin (106) 10. 353 Simone Caldwell (57)

SEASON 1999-03 2000-04 1987-91 1994-98 2008-12 1986-90 2007-10 2002-06 1993-97 1995-97

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE (min. 40 GP) RK BPG PLAYER (GP) 1. 1.8 Gerlonda Hardin (124) 2. 1.2 Amanda Behrenbrinker (104) 3. 1.1 Dalila Thomas (55) 4. 1.0 Ashley Haynes (116) 5. 0.9 Joanne Arnold (111) 6. 0.9 Sonja Cox (107) 7. 0.8 Quin Sullivan (51) 8. 0.7 Tracie Mason (93) 9. 0.7 Kerri Wilburn (55) 10. 0.6 Ashley Herring (94)

SEASON 2000-04 1994-98 2009-11 2002-06 1978-82 1992-96 1998-00 1987-91 1993-95 2007-10

MINUTES AVERAGE (since 1981-82 season, min. 20 GP) RK 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) RK PCT. PLAYER (FTM-FTA) 1. .866 Brooke Armistead (601-694) 2. .852 Paige Smith (213-250) 3. .843 Georgie Vaughan (214-254) 4. .822 Whitney Hanley (249-303) 5. .821 Kristal Holmes (115-140) 6. .792 Sonia White (217-274) 7. .781 Stephanie Rogers (75-96) 8. .780 Dorothy Taylor (167-214) 9. .768 Elaine Swafford (261-340) 10. .766 Kelly Chavez (160-209)

SEASON 1999-03 1999-03 1991-95 2008-12 1983-86 1992-96 1990-92 1984-86 1977-81 1997-02

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

SEASON 1987-91 1997-02 1994-98 1991-96 1995-99 2002-06 1999-03 1992-96 1978-82 1978-82

GAMES PLAYED RK GP PLAYER 1. 124 Gerlonda Hardin 2. 123 Nicole Jamen 3. 122 Paige Smith 4. 120 Kelly Chavez 120 Brooke Armistead 6. 119 Cassandra Peek 7. 118 Darcie Warner 8. 116 Ashley Haynes 9. 115 Jeanne Hinchee 10. 113 Connie Sinks

SEASON 2000-04 2006-10 1999-03 1997-02 1999-03 2001-05 2007-11 2002-06 1978-82 1978-82

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

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) RK 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)

SEASON 1987-91 1994-98 2005-07 1991-96 1997-02 1995-97 1995-99 1984-86 1990-92 2002-06

GAMES STARTED RK 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. 94 Ashley Herring 8. 90 Shandra Maxwell 9. 88 Tracie Mason 10. 85 Carrie Thompson

SEASON 1999-03 1999-03 1997-02 2002-06 2000-04 1992-96 2007-10 1986-90 1987-91 1991-96

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) RK 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)

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

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 LADY GOVS RECORDS ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS YEAR LOCATION

REGION (APSU SEED)

OPPONENT (SEED)

RESULT

ATT.

1996 2001 2002 2003 2004 2009 2010

Midwest (14) Mideast (16) Mideast (15) Mideast (14) West (13) Berkeley (16) Memphis (16)

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

L, 52-79 L, 38-80 L, 49-80 L, 70-72 L, 66-83 L, 42-83 L, 42-75

3312 8129 5139 4237 5849 3983 10922

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

LEADING SCORER(S)

LEADING REBOUNDER(S)

(14) Carrie Thompson (20) Brooke Armistead (19) Gerlonda Hardin (30) Brooke Armistead (20) Kera Bergeron (13) Emily Pollock (21) Ashley Herring

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

NCAA TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST POINTS (TOP 5) Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003)................30 Ashley Herring at Tennessee (2010)............................... 21 Brooke Armistead, at Tennessee (2001)........................20 Kera Bergeron, at LSU (2004)........................................20 Gerlonda Hardin, at Purdue (2002)................................19

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003).................. 6 Kera Bergeron, at LSU (2004).......................................... 6

MOST FIELD GOALS Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003)................10

BEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2 3GM) Brooke Armistead, nt. North Carolina (2003).(6-10) .600

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 GOAL ATTEMPTS Kera Bergeron, at LSU (2004)........................................14

MOST FREE THROWS MADE Brooke Armistead, at Tennessee (2002).......................... 8 MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Simone Caldwell, at Clemson (1996)............................... 9

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 3 FTM) Brooke Armistead, at Tennessee (2001)......... (8-8) 1.000 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 ASSISTS Simone Caldwell, at Clemson (1996)............................... 7 MOST STEALS Simone Caldwell, at Clemson (1996)............................... 5 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Gerlonda Hardin, at Tennessee (2001)............................ 7

NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS nt. North Carolina (2003)................................................70

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS nt. North Carolina (2003)................................................28

MOST REBOUNDS at Clemson (1996)...........................................................39

MOST FIELD GOALS nt. North Carolina (2003)................................................26

BEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE at LSU (2004).................................................. (11-24) .458

MOST ASSISTS nt. North Carolina (2003)................................................ 21

MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS at Clemson (1996)...........................................................65

MOST FREE THROWS MADE at Clemson (1996)...........................................................15

MOST STEALS at Purdue (2002).............................................................14

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE at LSU (2004)..................................................(24-55) .436

MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS at Clemson (1996)........................................................... 31

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS at Tennessee (2001).......................................................... 7

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE at LSU (2004)...................................................................11

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE at Tennessee (2010)............................................(7-9) .778

Austin Peay head coach Carrie Daniels was the leading scorer in the Lady Govs first NCAA tournament appearance and is one of only 26 people to both coach and play in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship.

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 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. 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 1970-76 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 UALR (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

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY HISTORY 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 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

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1985-86

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

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 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 66-80 North Alabama (H) L, 52-71 • Murray State (A) L, 68-70 South Florida (H) L, 69-77 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 74-87 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 61-76 • Youngstown State (H) W, 99-98 OT2 • Akron (H) W, 79-67 • Morehead State (A) L, 57-73 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 60-68 Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 94-87 OT • Murray State (H) 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

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

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 • Morehead State (A) L, 57-62 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 68-77 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 70-84 • Tennessee State (A) W, 103-89 • Youngstown State (A) L, 72-80 • Akron (A) L, 57-66 • Murray State (H) 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

1986-87

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

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/13 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/22 2/27 2/29 3/9

• Tennessee State (A) • Morehead State (H) • Eastern Kentucky (H) • Tennessee Tech (A) • Middle Tennessee (A) Chattanooga (A) • Youngstown State (A) Mississippi Valley (H) • Murray State (A) • Murray State (H) Lipscomb (H) • Youngstown State (H) • Tennessee State (H) Evansville (A) • Eastern Kentucky (A) • Morehead State (A) • Middle Tennessee (H) • Tennessee Tech (H) Tennessee State (H, NWHS)

W, 82-77 L, 78-84 W, 109-95 L, 47-75 L, 58-85 L, 56-69 L, 61-79 L, 79-88 L, 72-93 L, 74-94 W, 95-69 L, 68-69 W, 62-59 L, 52-78 L, 71-81 L, 64-76 L, 67-84 L, 57-80 W, 97-60

NWHS - Game played Clarksville-Northwest High School

1988-89

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 UAB (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 1/25 1/27 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/8 2/10 2/12 2/15 2/17 2/19 2/24 2/26

• Middle Tennessee (A) • Murray State (H) • Tennessee State (A) Arkansas State (H) Vanderbilt (H) • Murray State (A) Louisville (H) Western Carolina (A) • Tennessee State (H) Mercer (A) • Middle Tennessee (H) • Tennessee Tech [18/20] (H) • Morehead State (A) • Eastern Kentucky (A)

L, 47-85 L, 72-87 L, 55-74 L, 63-70 L, 62-88 L, 55-80 L, 87-91 W, 88-81 L, 72-91 W, 56-54 L, 69-98 L, 74-94 L, 67-85 L, 51-82

OT

• Tennessee State (A) • Southeast Missouri (H) Tennessee-Martin (H) • Tennessee State (H) • Tennessee Tech (H) • Morehead State (A) • Eastern Kentucky (A) • Middle Tennessee (H) UAB (H) • Murray State (A)

L, 66-75 L, 68-69 W, 83-81 L, 57-63 L, 69-79 L, 72-92 L, 63-81 L, 57-68 L, 68-77 L, 72-84

OT

1992-93

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 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 UAB (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 UAB (H) L, 63-95 2/25 • Middle Tennessee (H) L, 58-67

1/27 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/22 2/26 2/29

OT

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

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 UAB (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

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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 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

1995-96

OT

1994-95

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 2/4 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 87-84 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

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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 Cincinnati Tournament • Cincinnati, 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 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

OT OT

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 UAB (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 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 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 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

OT

1998-99

OT

OT

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

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

OT


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/23 Tennessee Tech (A) L, 60-74

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

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 1/13 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 78-81 1/15 • Morehead State (H) W, 80-70 1/20 • Middle Tennessee (A) W, 74-68 1/22 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 58-75 1/26 Belmont (H) L, 81-86 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 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

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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 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

2/18 • 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

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 UAB (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 1/12 • Murray State (H) W, 85-73 1/17 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 80-81 1/19 • Tennessee State (H) W, 80-70 1/21 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 82-102 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

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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 UAB (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 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

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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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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 UAB (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 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

Gerlonda Hardin celebrates after the Lady Govs capture their fourth consecutive Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament title in 2004. She was named the tournament’s “Most Valuable Player” after averaging 24.7 points and 10.0 rebounds per game, including 23 points and 12 rebounds against Eastern Kentucky in the championship game against Eastern Kentucky.

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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 1/26 • Jacksonville State (A) L, 52-73 1/28 • Samford (A) W, 60-59 1/30 • Southeast Missouri (H) L, 57-73 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

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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 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

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

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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 12/8 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 66-68 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 • Jacksonville State (A) L, 56-76 1/26 • Samford (A) L, 46-64 1/31 • Murray State (H) L, 57-78 2/2 • Tennessee State (H) L, 72-74 2/7 • Eastern Illinois (A) L, 48-67 2/9 • Samford (H) L, 56-65 2/11 • Tennessee State (A) L, 69-70 2/16 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 52-69 2/20 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 47-67 2/23 • Tennessee-Martin (A) W, 55-48 2/28 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 55-62 3/1 • Morehead State (A) L, 40-43

2008-09

Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 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

2009-10

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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 – Coral Gables, Fla. 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

RECORD: 15-18 (11-7 OVC) COACH: Carrie Daniels • OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • Date Opponent Result 11/15 Chattanooga (H) L, 66-76 11/17 Lipscomb (A) W, 61-52 11/21 Middle Tennessee [24/RV] (H) L, 73-84 11/24 James Madison (H) L, 56-83 Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Classic – Nashville,Tenn. 11/27 Vanderbilt [21/16] (A) L, 51-95 11/28 Northwestern State (N) L, 84-86 OT 12/3 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 76-63 12/5 • Eastern Illinois (H) W, 65-55 12/8 UALR (A) L, 54-82 12/12 Troy (A) L, 41-71 12/20 Pittsburgh [21/19] (H) L, 75-76 OT 12/23 Xavier [15/13] (A) L, 41-87 12/30 UAB (H) L, 66-75 1/2 • Morehead State (A) L, 56-79 1/4 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 54-61 OT 1/7 • Tennessee Martin (H) W, 63-45 1/9 • Murray State (H) W, 83-79 1/14 • Tennessee State (H) W, 77-66 1/21 • Tennessee Tech (A) L, 56-77 1/23 • Jacksonville State (A) W, 78-70 1/28 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 68-57 1/31 • Morehead State (H) L, 68-88 2/4 • Tennessee Martin (A) L, 70-79 2/6 • Murray State (A) W, 76-72 2/13 • Tennessee State (A) L, 57-68 2/18 • Jacksonville State (H) W, 75-71 2/20 • Tennessee Tech (H) W, 78-70 2/25 • Eastern Illinois (A) L, 47-78 2/27 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 77-60 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 3/2 Tennessee Tech (H) W, 79-61 3/5 Morehead State (N) W, 78-71 3/6 Eastern Illinois (N) W, 69-60 NCAA Memphis Region 1st & 2nd Rounds • Knoxville, Tenn. 3/20 Tennessee [3/3] (A) L, 42-75

2010-11

RECORD: 15-18 (12-6 OVC) COACH: Carrie Daniels Date Opponent Result Preseason Women’s NIT • West Lafayette, Ind. 11/12 Purdue (A) L, 53-93 11/16 Middle Tennessee (H) L, 60-74 Preseason Women’s NIT Consolation Round • Beaumont, Texas 11/19 Valparaiso (N) L, 57-72 11/20 Utah Valley (N) W, 73-69 11/23 Chattanooga (A) L, 61-71 11/26 SIU Edwardsville (A) L, 60-72 11/28 Southern Illinois (A) L, 64-76 12/2 • Southeast Missouri (A) W, 65-57 12/4 • Eastern Illinois (A) L, 58-79 12/8 Lipscomb (H) L, 58-63 12/11 Bowling Green (H) L, 42-69 12/19 • Eastern Kentucky (H) W, 70-60 12/21 • Morehead State (H) W, 60-57 12/28 Pittsburgh (A) L, 53-75 12/30 Duquesne (A) L, 50-62 1/2 UAB (A) L, 55-60

1/6 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 54-78 1/8 • Murray State (A) W, 71-55 1/15 • Tennessee State (A) W, 60-45 1/20 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 65-69 1/22 • Jacksonville State (H) W, 65-54 1/27 • Eastern Kentucky (A) L, 56-61 1/29 • Morehead State (A) L, 58-70 2/3 • Tennessee-Martin (H) W, 69-61 2/5 • Murray State (H) W, 69-59 2/12 • Tennessee State (H) W, 74-66 2/17 • Jacksonville State (A) W, 56-53 2/19 • Tennessee Tech (A) W, 63-57 2/24 • Eastern Illinois (H) L, 66-71 2/26 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 71-51 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 3/2 Murray State (N) W, 71-64 3/3 Eastern Illinois (N) W, 78-72 3/4 Tennessee Tech (N) L, 56-65

2011-12

RECORD: 9-22 (5-11 OVC) COACH: Carrie Daniels Date Opponent Result 11/11 Southern Illinois (H) W, 76-70 11/14 Lipscomb (A) W, 61-58 11/22 Louisville [11/12] (A) L, 60-78 Cal Poly Classic • San Luis Obispo, Calif. 11/25 American (N) L, 54-55 11/26 Cal Poly (A) L, 69-79 11/30 Vanderbilt [25/22] (H) L, 51-83 12/3 UAB (H) L, 45-49 12/6 MTSU (A) L, 63-69 12/9 Bowling Green (A) L, 38-72 12/11 Ball State (A) L, 55-59 12/18 Belmont (A) W, 58-56 OT 12/20 Florida A&M (H) L, 77-86 12/21 Alabama A&M (H) L, 68-80 12/29 • Tennessee State (A) L, 81-95 12/31 • Morehead State (A) L, 67-74 1/2 • Eastern Kentucky (A) W, 66-63 1/7 • Murray State (H) W, 71-63 1/14 • Jacksonville State (H) L, 73-74 1/16 • Eastern Kentucky (H) L, 59-61 1/21 • Eastern Illinois (A) L, 46-80 1/23 • SIU Edwardsville (A) L, 61-72 1/28 • Tennessee State (H) L, 77-82 1/30 • Southeast Missouri (A) L, 60-69 2/1 • Tennessee-Martin (H) L, 83-88 2/6 • Tennessee Tech (H) L, 65-68 2/13 • Murray State (A) W, 85-72 2/18 • Morehead State (H) W, 88-81 OT 2/23 • Tennessee-Martin (A) L, 62-86 2/25 • Southeast Missouri (H) W, 88-84 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament • Nashville, Tenn. 2/29 Morehead State (N) W, 84-83 2OT 3/1 Murray State (N) L, 73-90

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AMERICAN

Overall: 6-5 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 4-1 at Akron: 1-4 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 • OVC Regular Season: 4-4 # OVC Tournament: 0-0 1/14/84 • W, 74-68 2/18/84 • W, 79-67 1/14/85 • W, 81-69 2/18/85 • L, 63-65 1/18/86 • W, 77-65 2/24/86 • L, 57-66 1/17/87 • L, 43-75 2/23/87 • L, 59-70 12/30/91 W, 75-53 12/29/92 L, 63-65 12/11/93 W, 83-71

Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: American – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Washington: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-1 12/3/04 W, 64-53 11/25/11 L, 54-55

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ALABAMA Overall: 0-3 Current Streak: Alabama – 3 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Tuscaloosa: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/17/91 L, 80-97 12/15/92 L, 79-111 12/20/08 L, 53-63

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ALABAMA A&M Overall: 2-1 Current Streak: Alabama A&M – 1 in Clarksville: 1-1 at Huntsville: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/14/99 W, 76-63 A 11/29/00 W, 95-71 H 12/21/11 L, 68-80 H

UAB also known as Alabama-Birmingham Overall: 2-10 Current Streak: UAB – 3 in Clarksville: 1-4 in Birmingham: 1-6 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/9/88 L, 59-79 A 1/15/91 L, 56-98 A 2/22/91 L, 63-95 H 1/6/92 L, 66-88 A 2/26/92 L, 68-77 H 12/30/96 L, 49-58 A 12/22/01 L, 64-87 A 1/3/03 W, 76-64 A 1/3/04 W, 70-67 H 12/30/09 L, 66-75 H 1/2/11 L, 55-60 A 12/3/11 L, 45-49 H

ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE Overall: 3-3 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 3-1 at Tuscaloosa: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/27/81 L, 65-77 12/17/81 L, 72-76 11/28/86 W, 93-63 1/8/87 L, 76-80 11/28/94 W, 72-48 11/27/99 W, 76-66

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1/5/99 1/26/00 11/18/00 11/26/05 11/25/08 12/18/11 N N

APPALACHIAN STATE Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Appalachian St. – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Boone: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/24/89 L, 61-91 A

ARKANSAS Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Arkansas – 2 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Fayetteville: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/18/06 L, 46-58 11/17/07 L, 48-61

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UALR also known as Arkansas-Little Rock Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: UALR – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Little Rock: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/14/79 W, 78-54 N 12/8/09 L, 54-82 A

AUBURN

Overall: 4-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 4 in Clarksville: 3-0 at McKenzie: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/13/83 W, 78-58 1/24/84 W, 86-66 12/12/92 W, 108-84 11/25/95 W, 89-61

A H H H

Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Birmingham: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/21/01 W, 69-56

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Boston U. – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Boston: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/26/00 L, 80-98

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Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Bowling Green – 2 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Bowling Green: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/11/10 L, 42-69 H 12/9/11 L, 38-72 A

BRADLEY

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Overall: 1-2 Current Streak: Butler – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Indianapolis: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 1/20/97 W, 71-70 12/22/97 L, 68-97 11/26/04 L, 52-69

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BELMONT

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CANISIUS

H H A H

Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Buffalo: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/3/94 L, 76-92 12/29/01 W, 99-95

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CENTENARY Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Shreveport: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/29/03 W, 72-60

N

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Central Arkansas – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Conway: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/25/06 L, 61-67 N

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Central Florida – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Orlando: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/22/99 L, 57-75 A

CHARLOTTE Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Charlotte – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Charlotte: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 1/2/05 L, 47-67

N H

Overall: 7-29 Current Streak: Chattanooga – 6 in Clarksville: 5-13 at Chattanooga: 2-15 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 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 1/6/93 L, 71-90 1/20/94 L, 69-88

1/25/95 12/20/95 11/27/96 11/30/97 12/11/04 12/20/05 11/10/06 11/9/07 11/15/09 11/23/10

L, 73-90 L, 60-62 W, 87-65 W, 73-63 L, 50-67 L, 51-60 L, 56-80 L, 50-64 L, 66-76 L, 61-71

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CHICAGO STATE Overall: 1-2 Current Streak: Chicago State – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Chicago: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 2/4/91 W, 85-73 H 2/2/93 L, 57-61 A 11/30/08 L, 53-62 N

CINCINNATI Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Cincinnati – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Cincinnati: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/30/95 L, 61-74

A

CLEMSON Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Clemson – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Clemson: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 3/16/96 L, 52-79 12/15/96 L, 68-88

A A

CLEVELAND STATE A

CHATTANOOGA

CAL POLY Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Cal Poly – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at San Luis Obispo: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/26/11 L, 69-79

Overall: 2-3 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 1-1 at Jefferson City: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-2 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

CENTRAL FLORIDA

BOWLING GREEN

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Bradley – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Peoria: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/17/94 L, 63-75

CARSON-NEWMAN

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

BUTLER

BALL STATE

Overall: 5-5 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 3-2 at Nashville: 2-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/7/82 L, 62-65 1/4/85 W, 60-38 12/5/85 W, 70-52 1/21/98 W, 61-58

BETHEL

BOSTON U.

Overall: 1-5 Current Streak: Arkansas State – 5 in Clarksville: 1-2 at Jonesboro: 0-3 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/10/83 W, 67-50 H 12/1/84 L, 63-68 A 11/28/89 L, 52-95 A 1/29/90 L, 63-70 H 12/21/96 L, 69-79 H 11/26/97 L, 69-83 A

Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Ball State – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Muncie: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/21/07 L, 59-68 12/11/11 L, 55-59

A H A N H A

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN

ARKANSAS STATE

Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Auburn – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Auburn: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/17/82 L, 30-66 1/23/89 L, 37-85

L, 54-63 L, 81-86 L, 72-84 L, 60-64 W, 49-48 W, 58-56 (OT)

Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Cleveland State – 2 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Cleveland: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/31/92 L, 76-89 A 12/1/93 L, 92-93 H

COASTAL CAROLINA N H A H A H A H H A H H A H A A A H H A H A H A H A

Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Conway: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/29/93 W, 79-73

A

COLORADO STATE Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Colorado State – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Fort Collins: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/5/92 L, 70-77 N

COLUMBIA Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Columbia – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at New York: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/4/04 L, 42-62

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY CORNELL

Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Ithaca: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 11/17/01 W, 66-61

EASTERN ILLINOIS

N

COVENANT Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Lookout Mountain: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/7/79 W, 89-65 2/1/80 W, 93-73

H A

CUMBERLAND Overall: 2-4 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 2-2 at Lebanon: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 11/10/84 W, 80-72 12/7/85 L, 75-76 1/4/86 L, 74-78 11/29/86 L, 64-68 12/8/86 L, 67-68 11/24/03 W, 80-54

H H A H A H

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Washington: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 11/25/89 W, 76-47

N

DUKE Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Duke – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Durham: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 3/22/09 L, 42-83

N

DUQUESNE Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: Duquesne – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Pittsburgh: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/29/96 W, 55-54 12/30/10 L, 50-62

N A

EAST TENNESSEE Overall: 4-5 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 3-1 at Johnson City: 0-4 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 • OVC Regular Season: 0-1 # OVC Tournament: 0-0 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

A H H H A N A A H

Overall: 21-14 Current Streak: Eastern Illinois – 1 in Clarksville: 9-6 at Charleston: 9-8 at Neutral Sites: 3-0 • OVC Regular Season: 17-14 # OVC Tournament: 3-0 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 12/5/09 • W, 65-55 2/25/10 • L, 47-78 3/6/10 # W, 69-60 12/4/10 • L, 58-79 2/24/11 • L, 66-71 3/3/11 # W, 78-72 1/21/12 • L, 46-80

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EASTERN KENTUCKY Overall: 29-43 Current Streak: Eastern Ky. – 1 in Clarksville: 16-18 at Richmond: 8-25 at Neutral Sites: 5-0 • OVC Regular Season: 23-43 # OVC Tournament: 3-0 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 2/11/82 • L, 62-79 1/8/83 • L, 64-65 2/4/83 • L, 54-55 1/21/84 • L, 58-68 2/25/84 • L, 60-68 1/21/85 • L, 67-72 2/25/85 • W, 62-61 1/27/86 • W, 84-78 2/8/86 • W, 79-66 1/26/87 • L, 68-83 2/7/87 • L, 80-90 1/18/88 • W, 109-95 2/20/88 • L, 71-81 1/14/89 • L, 66-68 2/27/89 • L, 89-90 1/13/90 • L, 79-80 2/26/90 • L, 51-82 1/26/91 • L, 58-76 2/11/91 • L, 77-84

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 • 1/4/10 • 1/28/10 • 12/19/10 • 1/27/11 • 1/2/12 • 1/16/12 •

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 L, 54-61 W, 68-57 W, 70-60 L, 55-61 W, 66-63 L, 59-61

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ELON

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

Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Elon: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/28/08 W, 81-53

GEORGIA STATE

Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Nashville: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/6/80 W, 69-40

Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: Georgia State – 1 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Atlanta: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/29/98 W, 61-59 A 12/30/99 L, 64-69 H

H

FLORIDA Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Florida – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Gainesville: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/28/89 L, 68-83

HOWARD

N

FLORIDA A&M Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Florida A&M – 1 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Tallahassee: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/20/11 L, 77-86

H

FLORIDA SOUTHERN Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Lakeland: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/31/82 W, 60-56

N

A

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

A

H H A

GEORGIA

A

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Statesboro: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/25/88 L, 68-74 11/21/97 W, 88-86

N

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Indiana – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Bloomington: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/4/92 L, 61-77

A

Overall: 2-1 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Terre Haute: 1-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/8/84 W, 68-50 12/17/00 L, 85-89 11/21/01 W, 73-58

A A H

JACKSONVILLE STATE

Overall: 4-2 Current Streak: Freed-Hardeman – 1 in Clarksville: 3-2 at Henderson: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/13/80 W, 73-66 H 11/21/81 W, 65-63 A 1/15/83 L, 64-67 H 12/15/83 W, 88-73 H 12/12/86 W, 78-54 H 12/4/87 L, 74-79 H

Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Athens: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/16/97 W, 71-66

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Illinois State – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Normal: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/3/95 L, 54-58

INDIANA STATE

FORT CAMPBELL Overall: 3-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 3 in Clarksville: 2-0 at Fort Campbell: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/12/79 W, 116-52 1/5/81 W, 111-37 1/19/81 W, 77-55

N

INDIANA

FLORIDA STATE Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Florida State – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Tallahassee: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/2/01 L, 65-89

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Howard – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Washington: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/16/01 L, 64-73

ILLINOIS STATE

FREED-HARDEMAN

EVANSVILLE Overall: 10-5 Current Streak: Evansville – 1 in Clarksville: 7-0 at Evansville: 3-4 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/3/82 L, 55-62 12/19/83 W, 73-59 12/15/84 W, 75-64 11/26/85 W, 91-74 12/7/87 W, 107-106 2/17/88 L, 52-78 12/1/90 L, 65-81 12/10/94 W, 80-71 11/28/95 W, 94-65 12/15/01 W, 76-74 11/26/02 W, 85-64 11/21/03 L, 63-73 12/28/04 W, 76-70 11/14/06 W, 74-72 12/21/06 L, 44-72

FISK

Overall: 12-7 Current Streak: Jacksonville St. – 1 in Clarksville: 8-2 at Jacksonville: 4-5 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 • OVC Regular Season: 10-7 # OVC Tournament: 0-0 12/12/99 W, 100-92 A 11/21/00 W, 73-62 H 2/5/04 • W, 76-67 H 2/21/04 • L, 64-66 A 2/3/05 • L, 70-77 A 2/19/05 • W, 78-66 H 1/5/06 • W, 63-59 H 1/26/06 • L, 52-73 A 1/4/07 • W, 74-67 A 1/25/07 • W, 83-74 H 1/5/08 • L, 67-72 H 1/24/08 • L, 56-76 A 1/24/09 • W, 82-57 H 2/19/09 • L, 71-75 A 1/23/10 • W, 78-70 A 2/18/10 • W, 75-71 H 1/22/11 • W, 65-54 H 2/17/11 • W, 56-53 A 1/14/12 • L, 73-74 H

JAMES MADISON

A H

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: James Madison – 1 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Lawrence: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/24/09 L, 56-83 H

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

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LIPSCOMB

MARS HILL

MIAMI (FLA.)

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Kansas – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Lawrence: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/27/98 L, 57-64

Overall: 18-6 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 9-2 at Nashville: 8-3 at Neutral Sites: 1-1 12/1/77 W, 73-47 1/31/78 W, 93-41 3/1/79 W, 57-52 11/27/79 W, 60-46 1/22/80 W, 70-56 11/15/80 L, 52-61 11/21/80 W, 79-47 11/19/81 W, 85-71 11/30/81 W, 81-59 11/29/82 L, 78-81 1/5/84 W, 71-63 11/23/85 W, 100-85 2/2/87 L, 62-66 2/9/88 W, 95-69 1/5/89 L, 54-55 12/5/00 W, 79-69 12/6/01 W, 77-63 2/11/03 W, 76-48 12/22/03 W, 65-60 11/24/06 L, 55-56 11/15/08 W, 65-54 11/17/09 W, 61-52 12/8/10 L, 58-63 11/14/11 W, 61-58

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Mars Hill – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Mars Hill: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 3/10/78 L, 78-80

Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Miami – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Coral Gables: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 1/4/82 L, 52-74 11/29/08 L, 51-64

N

KENNESAW STATE Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Kennesaw: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/19/06 L, 49-56 12/1/07 W, 67-55

H A

KENTUCKY Overall: 0-4 Current Streak: Kentucky – 4 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Lexington: 0-3 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/30/88 L, 57-95 11/15/98 L, 71-88 11/19/99 L, 52-88 12/30/03 L, 56-82

A A H A

KENTUCKY STATE Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Frankfort: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 1/9/86 W, 100-45 2/4/86 W, 70-54

LOUISVILLE H A

KNOXVILLE COLLEGE Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Henderson: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 2/28/80 W, 74-58

N

LAMBUTH Overall: 3-4 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 3-1 at Jackson: 0-3 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/21/77 L, 51-67 12/5/77 L, 45-60 3/4/78 W, 59-55 11/20/78 W, 75-71 12/4/78 L, 55-63 11/20/79 L, 49-66 11/25/80 W, 75-69

LINCOLN MEMORIAL

A H H H A A H

A H A H A A A

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Loyola Marymount –1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Los Angeles: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/28/98 L, 66-78 A

LOUISIANA-MONROE formerly Northeast Louisiana Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Monroe: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 11/29/96 W, 67-64

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: LSU – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Baton Rouge: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 3/21/04 L, 66-83

N

MARSHALL Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Huntington: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/7/84 W, 75-74 12/15/03 W, 53-50

N A

MARTIN METHODIST Overall: 2-1 Current Streak: Martin Methodist – 1 in Clarksville: 2-1 at Pulaski: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/26/94 W, 91-47 H 12/18/95 W, 76-46 H 12/2/98 L, 72-76 H

MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Princess Anne: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/28/00 W, 73-62

Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Maryville: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 2/8/80 W, 81-53 2/7/81 W, 82-67

N

A H

MCNEESE STATE Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Lake Charles: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/21/93 W, 65-57

N

MEMPHIS Overall: 1-6 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-3 at Memphis: 1-3 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 1/29/81 L, 61-84 12/7/81 L, 59-90 12/19/98 L, 73-81 11/22/99 L, 67-93 11/22/02 L, 50-56 12/3/03 L, 70-81 11/25/05 W, 74-49

A

A

Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Macon: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/9/89 W, 85-67 2/15/90 W, 56-54

A A

MIAMI (OHIO)

A H H A A H A

MERCER

MARQUETTE Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Marquette – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Milwaukee: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/23/90 L, 67-73

N

MARYVILLE

LSU N

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Lincoln Memorial – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Harrogate: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 3/3/77 L, 38-84 N

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Overall: 0-7 Current Streak: Louisville – 7 in Clarksville: 0-3 at Louisville: 0-4 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 2/6/89 L, 64-75 2/8/90 L, 87-91 2/14/91 L, 64-92 12/1/92 L, 76-83 12/29/00 L, 68-91 11/17/08 L, 42-72 11/22/11 L, 60-78

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

LEWIS (ILL.) Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Romeoville: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 1/3/82 W, 63-58

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H A

Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Miami – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Oxford: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-2 1/2/82 L, 64-83 11/25/00 L, 68-88

N N

MICHIGAN Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Michigan – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Ann Arbor: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/10/88 L, 57-77

W, 66-62 L, 59-60 L, 43-66 W, 80-65 L, 59-70 L, 45-69 W, 74-68 L, 63-84 W, 67-58 L, 62-91 L, 69-78 W, 78-68 L, 46-61 L, 55-57 W, 71-69 L, 49-80 L, 60-95 L, 53-62 L, 73-84 L, 60-74 L, 63-69

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MIDDLE TENNESSEE Overall: 9-56 Current Streak: Middle Tenn. – 6 in Clarksville: 4-26 at Murfreesboro: 3-28 at Neutral Sites: 2-2 • OVC Regular Season: 5-40 # OVC Tournament: 2-3 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 • 2/25/97 # 1/19/98 • 2/16/98 • 1/16/99 • 2/13/99 • 1/20/00 • 2/17/00 • 3/4/00 # 12/3/00 11/27/01 1/6/03 12/20/03 12/21/04 12/28/05 12/4/06 12/15/07 12/16/08 11/21/09 11/16/10 12/6/11

Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Milligan: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/15/76 W, 88-29 3/1/78 W, 88-68

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Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Mississippi – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Oxford: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/10/82 L, 48-102

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MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Mississippi Valley – 2 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Itta Bena: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/9/87 L, 70-78 A 2/4/88 L, 79-88 H

MISSOURI Overall: 1-2 Current Streak: Missouri – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Columbia: 1-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/6/91 L, 55-98 12/7/02 W, 66-53 11/28/03 L, 43-78

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MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Kansas City: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/20/91 L, 59-69 12/6/02 W, 70-62

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MOREHEAD STATE Overall: 36-37 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 22-12 at Morehead: 11-23 at Neutral Sites: 3-2 • OVC Regular Season: 31-33 # OVC Tournament: 5-2 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 1/17/04 • W, 78-62 3/2/04 # W, 73-61 1/15/05 • W, 78-72 12/8/05 • L, 75-81 2/25/06 • L, 52-63 2/28/06 # L, 78-81 12/7/06 • L, 61-66 2/24/07 • W, 74-66

12/6/07 • 3/1/08 • 1/3/09 • 1/31/09 • 3/3/09 # 1/2/10 • 1/31/10 • 3/5/10 # 12/21/10 • 1/29/11 • 12/31/11 • 2/18/12 • 2/29/12 #

W, 75-71 L, 40-43 W, 73-52 W, 61-59 W, 78-74 L, 56-79 L, 68-88 W, 78-71 W, 60-57 L, 58-70 L, 67-74 W, 88-81 W, 84-83

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Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Atlanta: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/20/02 W, 92-45

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MURRAY STATE Overall: 39-36 Current Streak: Murray State – 1 in Clarksville: 25-13 at Murray: 12-22 at Neutral Sites: 2-1 • OVC Regular Season: 34-32 # OVC Tournament: 4-1 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

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1/11/00 • 12/10/00 • 2/6/01 • 2/27/01 # 1/12/02 • 2/9/02 • 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 # 1/9/10 • 2/6/10 • 1/8/11 • 2/5/11 • 3/2/11 # 1/7/12 • 2/13/12 • 3/1/12 #

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NEW ORLEANS Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: New Orleans – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at New Orleans: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/30/96 L, 59-77

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NORTH CAROLINA Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: North Carolina – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Chapel Hill: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 3/22/03 L, 70-72 N 12/30/08 L, 61-93 A

NORTHWESTERN STATE

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Northwestern St. – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Chapel Hill: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 3/22/03 L, 70-72 N

OHIO Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Athens: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/2/02 W, 69-38

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OHIO STATE Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Ohio State – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Columbus: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/29/02 L, 60-76

Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Pittsburgh – 2 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Pittsburgh: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/20/09 L, 75-76 12/28/10 L, 53-75

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PURDUE Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: Purdue – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at West Lafayette: 2-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 3/16/02 L, 49-80 11/12/10 L, 53-93

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ROLLINS Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Rollins – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Winter Park: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 1/1/83 L, 69-71

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Overall: 1-2 Current Streak: SIU Edwardsville – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Edwardsville: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/13/08 W, 74-52 H 11/26/10 L, 60-72 A 1/23/12 • L, 61-72 A

SOUTH ALABAMA Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Mobile: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/2/94 W, 88-57

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SOUTH CAROLINA Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: South Carolina – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Columbia: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/30/93 L, 51-90 N

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ROBERT MORRIS U. Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Moon Township: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/21/99 W, 80-65

2/11/06 • 1/27/07 • 2/10/07 • 1/26/08 • 2/9/08 •

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PITTSBURGH

Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Radford – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Radford: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/29/95 W, 81-65

NAVY Overall: 1-1 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Annapolis: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/18/94 L, 73-95 12/31/94 W, 92-82

12/13/03

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: South Carolina St. – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Orangeburg: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 3/9/78 L, 56-90

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SOUTH FLORIDA Overall: 0-2 Current Streak: South Florida – 2 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Tampa: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/30/82 L, 61-87 A 2/6/84 L, 69-77 H

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SAINT LOUIS Overall: 4-3 Current Streak: Saint Louis – 1 in Clarksville: 3-0 at St. Louis: 1-3 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/1/89 L, 62-68 11/27/90 W, 77-61 2/8/95 W, 66-59 12/7/95 W, 75-57 12/19/00 L, 57-71 1/2/02 W, 78-61 11/27/04 L, 65-76

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SAMFORD Overall: 3-7 Current Streak: Samford – 5 in Clarksville: 1-4 at Birmingham: 2-3 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 • OVC Regular Season: 3-7 # OVC Tournament: 0-0 2/7/04 • W, 54-43 2/19/04 • W, 66-61 2/5/05 • L, 52-59 2/17/05 • L, 48-50 1/28/06 • W, 60-59

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Overall: 25-22 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 13-10 at Cape Girardeau: 10-12 at Neutral Sites: 2-0 • OVC Regular Season: 22-20 # OVC Tournament: 3-1 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 12/3/09 • W, 76-63 2/27/10 • W, 77-60 12/2/10 • W, 65-57 2/26/11 • W, 71-51 1/30/12 • L, 60-69 2/25/12 • W, 88-84

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SOUTHERN INDIANA Overall: 6-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 6 in Clarksville: 3-0 at Evansville: 3-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 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

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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Overall: 2-2 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 2-0 at Carbondale: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/29/06 L, 41-54 11/28/07 W, 75-72 11/28/10 L, 64-76 11/11/11 W, 76-70

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Overall: 0-3 Current Streak: Southern Miss – 3 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Hattiesburg: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/18/82 L, 69-102 N 12/20/93 L, 75-99 A 11/24/07 L, 65-76 A

TENNESSEE Overall: 0-3 Current Streak: Tennessee – 3 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Knoxville: 0-3 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/15/96 L, 59-80 3/16/01 L, 38-80 3/20/10 L, 42-75

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TENNESSEE STATE Overall: 31-24 Current Streak: Tennessee State – 2 in Clarksville: 19-9 at Nashville: 12-15 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 • OVC Regular Season: 25-23 # OVC Tournament: 0-0 1/26/80 L, 65-72 A 2/23/80 W, 89-78 H 1/3/86 W, 88-76 H 2/19/86 W, 103-89 A 12/10/86 W, 68-64 A 2/4/87 W, 88-41 H 1/11/88 • W, 82-77 A 2/15/88 • W, 62-59 H 3/9/88 W, 97-60 H 1/30/89 • W, 70-57 H 2/11/89 • W, 70-61 A 1/27/90 • L, 55-74 A 2/12/90 • L, 72-91 H 1/21/91 • L, 43-54 H 2/16/91 • W, 59-56 A 1/27/92 • L, 66-75 A 2/8/92 • L, 57-63 H 1/30/93 • L, 68-85 A 2/27/93 • L, 74-91 H 1/3/94 • L, 66-69 H 2/7/94 • L, 60-71 A 1/4/95 • L, 60-72 A 2/6/95 • W, 67-62 H 1/11/96 • W, 71-57 A 2/15/96 • W, 75-53 H 1/18/97 • L, 62-67 A 2/15/97 • W, 72-62 H 1/3/98 • L, 51-78 A 1/31/98 • W, 76-59 H 1/2/99 • L, 49-51 H 1/30/99 • L, 62-72 A 1/29/00 • W, 73-65 A 2/26/00 • W, 72-70 H 1/27/01 • W, 73-68 H 2/24/01 • L, 72-77 A 1/19/02 • W, 80-70 H 2/14/02 • W, 62-52 A 1/23/03 • W, 82-57 A 2/15/03 • W, 93-45 H 1/29/04 • W, 74-58 A 1/27/05 • W, 90-57 H 2/4/06 • W, 83-68 H 2/13/06 • W, 80-55 A 1/12/07 • W, 81-72 H 2/3/07 • L, 71-84 A 2/2/08 • L, 72-74 H 2/11/08 • L, 69-70 A 1/17/09 • L, 52-56 A

2/14/09 • 1/14/10 • 2/13/10 • 1/15/11 • 2/12/11 • 12/29/11 • 1/29/12 •

L, 61-69 W, 77-66 L, 57-68 W, 60-45 W, 74-66 L, 81-95 L, 77-82

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TENNESSEE TECH Overall: 17-59 Current Streak: Tennessee Tech – 2 in Clarksville: 8-27 at Cookeville: 6-29 at Neutral Sites: 3-3 • OVC Regular Season: 13-53 # OVC Tournament: 3-6 2/4/78 • L, 49-73 H 1/6/79 • L, 65-83 H 2/3/79 • L, 53-116 A 12/4/79 W, 75-69 N 1/5/80 • W, 74-63 A 1/3/81 • L, 68-78 H 1/21/82 • L, 65-99 A 2/18/82 • L, 63-87 H 3/5/82 # L, 64-74 A 1/22/83 • L, 64-75 H 2/17/83 • L, 55-84 A 1/28/84 • L, 66-80 A 2/11/84 • L, 61-76 H 1/28/85 • L, 72-80 H 2/11/85 • W, 73-64 A 1/11/86 • L, 87-97 A 2/17/86 • L, 70-84 H 1/10/87 • L, 58-98 H 2/16/87 • L, 68-81 A 1/22/88 • L, 47-75 A 2/29/88 • L, 57-80 H 1/21/89 • L, 72-82 H 2/20/89 • L, 62-94 A 1/20/90 • L, 55-102 A 2/19/90 • L, 74-94 H 1/19/91 • L, 61-88 H 2/18/91 • L, 48-93 A 1/25/92 • L, 59-71 A 2/10/92 • L, 69-79 H 1/14/93 • L, 70-109 H 2/11/93 • L, 62-91 A 1/8/94 • L, 55-75 A 2/19/94 • L, 61-64 H 3/6/94 # L, 60-86 N 1/7/95 • W, 69-66 H 2/18/95 • L, 70-94 A 1/13/96 • L, 59-60 H 2/12/96 • W, 59-52 A 1/9/97 • L, 70-72 A 2/20/97 • L, 63-68 H 1/17/98 • L, 48-78 A 2/14/98 • L, 53-75 H 2/24/98 # L, 60-80 A 1/14/99 • L, 60-77 H 2/11/99 • L, 51-78 A 2/23/99 # L, 60-74 A 1/22/00 • L, 58-75 A 2/19/00 • L, 68-77 H 3/5/00 # L, 80-89 N 1/18/01 • L, 64-87 H 2/15/01 • L, 69-102 A 3/3/01 # W, 65-63 N 1/17/02 • L, 80-81 H 2/16/02 • L, 62-80 A 3/3/02 # W, 85-83 N 1/20/03 • W, 65-54 A 2/24/03 • W, 73-58 H 1/27/04 • W, 79-69 A 2/24/04 • W, 94-72 H 1/25/05 • L, 72-85 H 2/22/05 • L, 60-70 A 12/1/05 • L, 74-96 A

2/18/06 • 12/2/06 • 2/17/07 • 1/3/08 • 2/16/08 • 1/22/09 • 2/21/09 • 3/2/10 # 1/20/11 • 2/19/11 • 3/4/11 # 2/6/12 •

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TENNESSEE WESLEYAN Overall: 5-2 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 5 in Clarksville: 3-1 at Athens: 2-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 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

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UT MARTIN also known as Tennessee-Martin Overall: 40-27 Current Streak: UT Martin – 2 in Clarksville: 18-12 at Martin: 20-13 at Neutral Sites: 2-2 • OVC Regular Season: 22-16 # OVC Tournament: 2-0 11/24/76 L, 28-50 H 1/21/77 L, 53-88 N 2/4/77 L, 50-63 H 2/11/77 L, 42-60 A 11/28/77 W, 60-57 A 2/8/78 W, 66-61 H 11/28/78 L, 67-74 A 12/9/78 W, 68-65 H 12/1/79 W, 89-52 H 12/16/79 L, 52-59 A 1/8/80 W, 75-61 A 12/14/80 W, 70-67 A 1/31/81 W, 60-55 A 2/21/81 W, 68-61 H 2/28/81 L, 53-54 N 11/28/81 L, 68-74 H 12/10/81 L, 53-73 H 1/6/82 W, 69-62 A 2/28/82 W, 74-61 N 12/11/82 L, 68-82 A 2/10/83 L, 74-76 H 12/3/83 W, 88-62 H 2/28/84 W, 94-87 A 1/5/85 W, 101-55 A 2/4/85 W, 103-61 A 11/26/91 W, 111-98 A 2/5/92 W, 83-81 H 1/23/93 • L, 90-95 H 2/13/93 • W, 65-55 A 2/5/94 • W, 73-65 A 2/16/94 • L, 70-73 H 2/4/95 • W, 87-84 H 2/16/95 • L, 65-76 A 1/29/96 • W, 87-74 H 2/24/96 • W, 75-69 A 1/13/97 • W, 78-60 A 2/8/97 • W, 69-57 H 1/24/98 • L, 64-85 H 2/21/98 • L, 48-69 A 1/21/99 • L, 49-70 A 2/18/99 • L, 58-74 H 12/4/99 • L, 80-84 H

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 • 1/7/10 • 2/4/10 • 1/6/11 • 2/3/11 • 2/1/12 • 2/23/12 •

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, 63-45 L, 70-79 L, 54-78 W, 69-61 L, 83-88 L, 62-86

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

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Corpus Christi: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 11/23/07 W, 66-57

N

TROY Overall: 2-3 Current Streak: Troy – 3 in Clarksville: 1-1 at Troy: 0-2 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 12/12/80 W, 87-74 11/19/04 W, 79-64 11/18/05 L, 61-68 11/21/08 L, 61-65 12/12/09 L, 41-71

N H A H A

TUSCULUM Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Greeneville: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 1/7/78 W, 62-57

A

UNC-GREENSBORO Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: UNC Greensboro – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Greensboro: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/29/91 L, 70-76 N

UNION (TENN.)

Overall: 1-6 Current Streak: Union – 4 in Clarksville: 1-2 at Jackson: 0-4 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 11/19/77 L, 69-74 12/12/77 L, 54-82 3/2/78 W, 88-82 12/2/78 L, 100-105 1/30/79 L, 62-80 1/28/80 L, 63-78 2/29/80 L, 73-114

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

A H H A H A A


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY UNLV Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: UNLV – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Las Vegas: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/20/07 L, 38-56

12/8/88 11/19/98 11/23/04 12/17/05

A H N

VANDERBILT Overall: 2-14 Current Streak: Vanderbilt – 13 in Clarksville: 1-5 at Nashville: 1-6 at Neutral Sites: 0-3 12/3/76 W, 75-41 1/29/77 L, 39-49 12/10/77 W, 81-61 2/11/78 L, 70-75 12/15/79 L, 56-77 12/13/80 L, 69-71 12/20/80 L, 57-58 12/2/81 L, 74-80 3/1/82 L, 76-78 12/1/82 L, 47-94 11/30/88 L, 30-97 1/31/90 L, 62-88 12/31/90 L, 60-111 12/15/02 L, 50-84 11/27/09 L, 51-95 11/30/11 L, 51-83

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

A H

WISCONSIN Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Wisconsin – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Madison: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/2/95 L, 64-84

Overall: 0-3 Current Streak: Wright State – 3 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Dayton: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/7/91 L, 53-55 12/19/92 L, 65-70 12/6/93 L, 53-62

N

A A

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

N A H

WYOMING Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Wyoming – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Laramie: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/30/90 L, 59-77

N

XAVIER (OHIO) Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: Xavier – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Cincinnati: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 12/23/09 L, 41-87

WESTERN KENTUCKY

Overall: 4-132 Current Streak: Western Ky. – 4 in Clarksville: 2-5 at Bowling Green: 1-8 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 • OVC Regular Season: 2-5 # OVC Tournament: 1-0 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

Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 1-0 at Rock Hill: 1-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 1/3/05 W, 49-46 12/30/05 W, 79-64

WRIGHT STATE

WESTERN CAROLINA Overall: 2-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 2 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Cullowhee: 2-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 2/10/90 W, 88-81 1/4/91 W, 95-89

Overall: 0-1 Current Streak: William & Mary – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Williamsburg: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 11/24/90 L, 54-59 N

WINTHROP N

VALPARAISO Overall: 0-3 Current Streak: Valparaiso – 3 in Clarksville: 0-1 at Valparaiso: 0-1 at Neutral Sites: 0-1 12/14/91 L, 69-81 11/27/93 L, 70-90 11/19/10 L, 57-72

A A A H

WILLIAM & MARY A

UTAH VALLEY Overall: 1-0 Current Streak: Austin Peay – 1 in Clarksville: 0-0 at Orem: 0-0 at Neutral Sites: 1-0 11/20/10 W, 73-69

L, 54-96 L, 53-94 L, 50-89 L, 47-70

A

YOUNGSTOWN STATE Overall: 3-7 Current Streak: Youngstown St. – 7 in Clarksville: 2-3 at Youngstown: 1-4 at Neutral Sites: 0-0 • OVC Regular Season: 3-7 # OVC Tournament: 2-0 1/12/84 • W, 81-78 A 2/16/84 • W, 99-98 H 1/12/85 • W, 77-68 H 2/16/85 • L, 84-88 A 1/20/86 • L, 79-80 H 2/22/86 • L, 72-80 A 1/19/87 • L, 58-71 A 2/21/87 • L, 68-102 H 2/1/88 • L, 61-79 A 2/13/88 • L, 68-69 H

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY HISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR BREAKOUTS RANKED FOES (2-25) 12/4/79 12/8/88 1/23/89 1/20/90 2/19/90

12/2/95 3/16/96

11/15/96

12/15/96 12/16/97

11/27/98

12/19/98 3/16/01

3/16/02

12/15/02 3/22/03 3/21/03

11/17/08

12/30/08 3/24/09

11/21/09 11/27/09

12/20/09 12/23/09 3/20/10

11/22/12

12/17/00

Tennessee Tech [14/—] (N) W, 75-69 Western Kentucky [10/11] (A) L, 54-96 Auburn [1/1] (A) L, 37-85 • Tennessee Tech [18/18] (A) L, 55-102 • Tennessee Tech [18/20] (H) L, 74-94 Wisconsin [20/NR] (N) L, 64-84 ‡ Clemson [14/14] (A) L, 52-79 Tennessee [4/4] (A) L, 59-80 Clemson [22/23] (A) L, 68-88 Georgia [11/9] (A) W, 71-66 Kansas [19/16] (N) L, 57-64 Memphis [24/NR] (H) L, 73-81 ‡ Tennessee [3/3] (A) L, 38-80 ‡ Purdue [9/8] (A) L, 49-80 Vanderbilt [9/9] (A) L, 50-84 ‡ North Carolina [12/11] (N) L, 70-72 ‡ LSU [19/19] (A) L, 66-83 Louisville [9/10] (A) L, 42-72 North Carolina [2/2] (A) L, 61-93 ‡ Duke [6/8] (N) L, 41-83 Middle Tennessee [24/RV] (H) L, 73-84 Vanderbilt [21/16] (A) L, 51-95 Pittsburgh [21/19] (H) L, 75-76 Xavier [15/13] (A) L, 41-87 ‡ Tennessee [3/3] (A) L, 42-75 Louisville [11/12] (A) L, 60-78 Vanderbilt [25/22] (H) L, 51-83

Indiana State (A) • 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) 11/28/09 Northwestern State (N) 12/20/09 Pittsburgh [21/19] (H) 1/4/10 • Eastern Kentucky (A) 12/18/11 Belmont (A) 12/18/12 Morehead State (H) 2/29/12 † Morehead State (N) † - OVC Tournament 1/10/02

OT

11/30/12 ‡ - NCAA Tournament

LADY GOVS’ 100-POINT GAMES (14-1) 12/2/78

1979-80 1/5/81 1/5/85 2/4/85 11/23/85 1/9/86 2/19/86 12/7/87 1/18/88 11/26/91 12/12/92 1/15/94 12/12/99 1/7/02

Union (Tenn.) (*) Fort Campbell (*) Fort Campbell (H) Tennessee-Martin (A) Tennessee-Martin (A) Lipscomb (H) Kentucky State (H) Tennessee State (A) Evansville (H) • Eastern Kentucky (H) Tennessee-Martin (A) Bethel (H) • Morehead State (H) Jacksonville State (A) • Eastern Illinois (H)

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

OVERTIME GAMES (26-18) 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)

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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 L, 84-86 OT L, 75-76 OT L, 54-61 OT W, 58-56 OT W, 88-81 OT W, 84-83 OT2

11/19/77

11/20/78 11/12/79 11/13/80 11/19/81

11/29/82 11/21/83

11/9/84

11/22/85 11/28/86 11/28/87

11/25/88 11/24/89

11/23/90 11/23/91 12/1/92

11/27/93

11/26/94

11/25/95 11/15/96 11/21/97

11/15/98

11/19/99

11/18/00 11/16/01

11/22/02 11/21/03 11/9/04

11/18/05 11/10/06 11/9/07

11/15/08 11/15/09 11/12/10 11/11/11

Tennessee-Martin (H) Union (Tenn.) (A) Lambuth (H) Fort Campbell (H) Freed-Hardeman (H) Lipscomb (A) Lipscomb (H) Tennessee Wesleyan (H) Tennessee Wesleyan (H) Chattanooga (H) Alabama-Huntsville (H) Southern Indiana (A) Georgia Southern (A) Appalachian State (A) Marquette (A) Chattanooga (H) Louisville (H) Valparaiso (H) Martin Methodist (H) Bethel (H) Tennessee [4/4] (A) Georgia Southern (H) Kentucky (A) Kentucky (H) Belmont (A) Howard (N) Memphis (A) Evansville (A) Troy (H) Troy (A) Chattanooga (A) Chattanooga Lipscomb (H) Chattanooga (H) Purdue (A) Southern Illinois (H)

11/9/84

11/22/85 11/28/86 12/3/87 1/4/88

12/6/89

11/27/90

11/23/91 12/1/92

11/27/93

11/26/94

11/25/95 11/27/96 11/21/97 12/2/98

11/19/99 11/21/00 11/21/01

11/26/02 11/24/03 11/9/04

12/8/05

11/14/06

SEASON OPENERS (15-21) 11/24/76

11/21/83

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 L, 66-76 L, 53-93 W, 76-70

11/9/07

11/15/08 11/15/09 11/16/10

11/11/11

Tennessee Wesleyan (H) Tennessee Wesleyan (H) Chattanooga (H) Alabama-Huntsville (H) Chattanooga (H) Southeast Missouri (H) Chattanooga (H) Saint Louis (H) Chattanooga (H) Louisville (H) Valparaiso (H) Martin Methodist (H) Bethel (H) Chattanooga (H) Georgia Southern (H) Martin Methodist (H) Kentucky (H) Jacksonville State (H) Indiana State (H) Evansville (H) Cumberland (H) Troy (H) • Morehead State (H) Evansville (H) Chattanooga (H) Lipscomb (H) Chattanooga (H) Middle Tennessee (H) Southern Illinois (H)

HOME OPENERS (22-14) 11/24/76 12/5/77

11/20/78 11/12/79 11/13/80 11/27/81

11/29/82

Tennessee-Martin (H) Lambuth (H) Lambuth (H) Fort Campbell (H) Freed-Hardeman (H) Alabama-Huntsville (H) Lipscomb (H)

L, 28-50 L, 45-60 W, 75-71 W, 116-52 W, 73-66 L, 65-77 L, 78-81

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

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 L, 66-76 L, 60-74 W, 76-70


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY CHAMPIONSHIP SQUADS 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.

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY HISTORY CHAMPIONSHIP SQUADS 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.

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 assistant athletic trainer Karen Lovell.

2008-09 Austin Peay Lady Govs

2009-10 Austin Peay Lady Govs

NCAA Tournament Participants OVC Tournament Champions

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

Back Row (l-r): 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 (l-r): Manager Sarah Page, Ashley Herring, Salem Richardson, Alex Bivens, Brooke Faulkner, Darcie Warner, Whitney Hanley, Neika Smith and Manager JaQueya Yancey.

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• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY COACHING HISTORY Overall Season Record Pct 1976-77 3-17 .150 1977-78 11-17 .393 1978-79 5-18 .217 1979-80 18-13 .581 1980-81 16-14 .533 1981-82 10-21 .323 1982-83 2-24 .077 1983-84 15-11 .577 1984-85 19-9 .679 1985-86 14-12 .538 1986-87 6-19 .240 1987-88 7-17 .292 1988-89 2-23 .080 1989-90 5-21 .192 1990-91 5-21 .192 1991-92 4-23 .148 1992-93 5-21 .192 1993-94 10-18 .357 1994-95 15-12 .556 1995-96 21-8 .724 1996-97 17-11 .607 1997-98 11-16 .407 1998-99 6-21 .222 1999-00 15-15 .500 2000-01 17-14 .548 2001-02 19-12 .613 2002-03 27-4 .871 2003-04 23-8 .742 2004-05 8-19 .296 2005-06 15-13 .536 2006-07 10-20 .333 2007-08 6-23 .207 2008-09 17-16 .515 2009-10 15-17 .469 2010-11 15-18 .455 2011-12 9-22 .290 Overall 423-588 .418

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 11-7 .611 12-6 .667 5-11 .313 214-306 .412

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 2nd 5th 9th 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) 1st (3-0) t-3rd (2-1) t-5th (1-1) 7 titles

Betsy Child 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 Daniels Daniels Daniels

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: 72-116 (.383) OVC: 50-60 (.455)

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY HISTORY HONORS AND AWARDS OVC ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (2)

OVC ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM (3)

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

Brooke Armistead, 2002-03 Gerlonda Hardin, 2003-04

Saundra Hale, 2005-06 Whitney Hanley, 2008-09 Ashley Herring, 2007-08

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

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 Blackston, 2003-04 Susie Gardner, 2002-03 LaDonna Wilson (McClain), 1995-96

FIRST-TEAM ALL-OVC (16) Brooke Armistead, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03 Amanda Behrenbrinker, 1996-97 Whitney Hanley, 2011-12 Gerlonda Hardin, 2002-03, 2003-04 Ashley Haynes, 2003-04, 2005-06 Ashley Herring, 2009-10 Shandra Maxwell, 1987-88, 1989-90 Golena Rucker, 1979-80 Elaine Swafford, 1978-79, 1979-80 Dorothy Taylor, 1985-86

SECOND-TEAM ALL-OVC (18) Brooke Armistead, 1999-00 Amanda Behrenbrinker, 1997-98 Simone Caldwell, 1996-97 Tonita Cannon, 1984-85 Tina Cottle, 1980-81 Amy Davis, 1982-83 Whitney Hanley, 2010-11 Gerlonda Hardin, 2001-02 Ashley Haynes, 2004-05 Nicole Jamen, 2009-10 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

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OVC TOURNAMENT “MVP” (7) Brooke Armistead, 2001, 2003 Simone Caldwell, 1996 Gerlonda Hardin, 2002, 2004 Ashley Herring, 2010 April Thomas, 2009

OVC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM (26) Brooke Armistead, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Kera Bergeron, 2004 Simone Caldwell, 1996 Kelly Chavez, 2000 Sonja Cox, 1996 Brooke Faulkner, 2011 Jessica Grayson, 2004 Whitney Hanley, 2012 Gerlonda Hardin, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Ashley Herring, 2009, 2010 Nicole Jamen, 2010 Gayle Kinzer, 1982 Emily Pollock, 2009 Colleen Polzin, 1994 Paige Smith, 2000, 2001, 2003 April Thomas, 2009 Sonia White, 1996

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT IV FIRST TEAM

Armistead

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

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

STEVE HAMILTON AWARD The Steve Hamilton award is given annually to an Ohio Valley Conference male or female studentathlete 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 Each year the OVC recognizes six studentathletes (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 Conferencesponsored 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, 199899

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

Virta


AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY ALL-TIME ROSTER

A•

1985-86 1976-77 1999-01 2006-07 1999-03 2007-08 1986-88 1978-82 1990-91

Brooke Armistead (1999-2003)

ADAMS, Tina ALBRIGHT, Stephanie ALVAREZ, Andrea ANDERSON, Megan ARMISTEAD, Brooke ARMSTRONG, Janay ARMSTRONG, Tanya ARNOLD, Joanne ASKEW, Angela

B•

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, Shyra BROWN, Teena BUKOVICK, Natalie BURKS, Cleo BUSSABARGER, Meghan BULEY, Shira

2004-08 1998-99 1985-86 2001-02 1976-77 1987-88 1994-98 2004-07 2002-05 2007-10 1991-94 2001-02 2002-05 1991-93 1989-90 1982-83 1979-80 1981-83 2010-12 1976-78 1994-97 1983-84 2009-13 2011-13

CAIN, Lillian CALDWELL, Simone CALVERT, Sarah CANNON, Tonita CARR, Melanie 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

DAILEY, Sandra DAVIS, Amy DAVIS, Katie DILLEHAY, Susan DORSEY, Theone DOWELL, Felicia DRECHSEL, Tracey DUKE, Jocelyn

EASLEY, Shelia EDMONDS, Angela ELAM, Chloe 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 HANLEY, Whitney HARDAWAY, Ashley HARDIN, Gerlonda HARRIS, Lori HAYDEN, Heaven HAYNES, Ashley HEATHERLY, Melissa HENDERSON, Mandy HERRING, Ashley HICKS, Beth HIGHFILL, Linda HILL, Ingrid HILL, Kaitlyn HINCHEE, Jeanne HOGGETT, Sandy

C•

D•

EFG•

HI•

1980-82 1995-97 2000-02 1983-85 1988-90 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

1977-79 1982-85 1997-98 1977-81 1989-90 1999-01 1994-98 1999-01

1984-85 1979-80 2007-08 1979-80 2003-04 1985-86 2001-02 2008-11 2002-03 1990-92 1979-80 2006-07 1990-91 2002-04 1976-77 1989-90

2005-07 1983-85 1984-85 2008-12 2004-05 2000-04 1983-86 1994-98 2002-06 1986-88 1989-90 2007-10 1976-78 1976-77 1987-88 2009-13 1978-82 1976-77

HOLMES, Kristal HOPWOOD, Laurie HUGHES, Jackie HUTCHERSON, Shatika HYATT, Rachel

1983-86 1988-89 1982-83 2001-02 1987-88

J•

K•

L•

M•

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

MACKENS, Shellie MALONE, Pam MALONE, Valerie MARKUS, Kim MARTINEZ, Leslie MASON, Tracie MATCHINSKI, Michelle MAXWELL, Shandra McCARLEY, Tiffany McCHRISTIAN, Valencia McCONNELL, Danette McCRAW, Cynthia McFARLIN, Brenda McGEE, Ashley McKAY, Colleen McKENNEY, Somalia

1992-93 2006-10 1989-93 1988-89 1997-99 2008-10 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 2011-13 1987-91 1992-93 1986-90 1997-01 1981-82 1988-89 1988-89 1976-78 2004-08 1986-87 2011-12

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.

1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10) •

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AUSTIN PEAY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LADY GOVS HISTORY HISTORY

NOPQ•

1994-95 1985-86 1995-99 1976-77 2010-14 2011-15 1977-78 2001-05 2008-09 1993-97 2005-06 2005-06

Paige Smith (1999-2003)

NAPIER, April NEAL, Stephanie NEELY, Rhonda NUNLEY, Cil OLSZEWSKI, Nicole OLSZEWSKI, Shelby PARDUE, Nancy PEEK, Cassandra POLLOCK, Emily POLZIN, Colleen POND, Jennifer QUINN, Valerie

1988-89 1981-83 1984-86 2005-06 1989-90 1992-94,96-97 1980-81 1993-94 1998-02

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RANKHORN, Denise RAYNER, Jamine REESE, Keri REEVES, Kellea REID, Bridgett REID, Regina RICHARDSON, Salem ROBBINS, Bridgett ROE, Lapinia ROGERS, Stephanie RUCKER, Golena RUSHING, Kellie

R•

S•

SAIN, Raechel SAMPLE, Allyson SCHLARMANN, Barb SCOTT, Louise SECREST, Tomika SHARP, Shelly SHELTON, Stephanie SHERHART, Kim SINKS, Connie SMITH, Candie SMITH, Kim SMITH, Neika SMITH, Paige SMOTHERMAN, Shelia SMYER, Kim SPAIN, Cheryl SPARKS, Madeline STAINBACK, Kristen STEFANOPOULOS, Christian STEIFF, Bobbi STOKES, Karen SUFFREN, Angelica SULLINS, Sherry SULLIVAN, Quin SWAFFORD, Elaine SWAFFORD, Tiffany SYKES, Katina

TALLEY, Nikki TAYLOR, Dorothy THOMAS, April THOMAS, Dalila THOMPSON, Carrie VAUGHAN, Georgie VIATOR, Karen VIMBA, Brenda VIRTA, Julie VULGAMORE, Janay

TUV•

1986-87,88-89 2008-12 2005-08 2004-08 1983-84 1978-81 2007-10 1994-96 2006-07 1990-92 1977-81 1980-81

1991-92 2004-05 2002-04 1985-86 1992-93 1981-84 1994-96 1988-89 1978-82 1998-99 1979-80 2009-11 1999-03 1977-78 1985-86 1983-84 1987-89 2011-15 2002-04 1986-90 1983-84 1995-99 1984-85,87-88 1998-00 1977-81 1998-02 1991-93

WXYZ•

WADE, Christy WALLER, Melony WARNER, Darcie WASHINGTON, Lynette WATSON, Alicia WHITAKER, Tina WHITE, Sonia WHITMORE, Doreen WILBURN, Kerri WILLIAMS, Cheryl WILLIAMS, Stacy WILSON, Lacritia WOOD, Carol WORRALL, Molly WRENNE, Linda WRIGHT, Susan YARBROUGH, Lauren

2008-11 1984-86 2007-09 2009-11 1991-96 1991-95 1980-82 1982-83 1995-99 1990-91

• 1995-96, 2002-03 & 2003-04 OVC Regular-Season Champions & Seven-Time OVC Tournament Champions (1996, 2001-04, 2009-10)

1999-00 1979-83 2007-10 1985-86 2002-05, 06-07 1984-85 1992-96 1977-81 1993-95 1976-77 1985-86 1985-86 1977-79 1998-00 1976-77 1981-85 2010-14

Julie VIrta (1995-1999)

McKINNEY, Rita McKINNON, Michelle MELTON, Melanie MERRILL, Megan MILHOUSE, Molifenge MILLER, Andrea MILLER, Marsha MINTER, Nikki MURRAY, Tanesha


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