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2005-06 ROSTERS AND TEAM PHOTO

2006-07 LADY RAILSPLITTER ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 30 33 25 32 22 00 3 4 11 20 10 54 44

Name Wisemane Alcema Heather Benton Betsy Bowser Laura Elliot Kate Fane Sarah Harrison Latoya Johnson Sidney Johnson Madeline Richards Kelsi Salas Whitney Vannoy Andi Winney Kelly Youhas

Pos. F F G C G G C C G G G F F

Ht. 5’9” 5’11” 5’6” 6’1” 5’7” 5’8” 6’0” 6’0” 5’7” 5’4” 5’8” 6’1” 6’1”

Cl Sr Jr Sr Jr Jr So Sr Jr Sr Sr Fr Fr Fr

Hometown West Palm Beach, FL Wooton, KY Galveston, IN Livermore, CA Sterling, IL Sneedville, TN Miami, FL Cincinnati, OH Floyds Knobs, IN Rock Falls, IL Harrogate, TN Yorktown, IN Mattoon, IL

2006-07 LINCOLN MEMORIAL BASKETBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 00 3 4 10 11 20 22 25 30 32 33 44 54

Name Sarah Harrison Latoya Johnson Sidney Johnson Whitney Vannoy Madeline Richards Kelsi Salas Kate Fane Betsy Bowser Wisemane Alcema Laura Elliot Heather Benton Kelly Youhas Andi Winney

Pos. G C C G G G G G F C F F F

Ht. 5’8” 6’0” 6’0” 5’8” 5’7” 5’4” 5’7” 5’6” 5’9” 6’1” 5’11” 6’1” 6’1”

Cl So Sr Jr Fr Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Jr Jr So Fr

Hometown Sneedville, TN Miami, FL Cincinnati, OH Harrogate, TN Floyds Knobs, IN Rock Falls, IL Sterling, IL Galveston, IN West Palm Beach, FL Livermore, CA Wooton, KY Mattoon, IL Yorktown, IN


WELCOME / CONTENTS

LMU Women’s Basketball Quick Facts

Table of Contents WELCOME / CONTENTS........................................................................1 MEDIA INFORMATION............................................................................2 2006-07 SEASON OUTLOOK................................................................3 HEAD COACH ROGER VANNOY...........................................................4 ASST. COACHES DAWN SKELCHER / CHASITY WILLIAMS..................5 SARAH HARRISON / LATOYA JOHNSON.............................................6 SIDNEY JOHNSON / WHITNEY VANNOY..............................................7 MADELINE RICHARDS / KELSI SALAS..................................................8 KATE FANE / BETSY BOWSER................................................................9 WISEMANE ALCEMA / LAURA ELLIOT.................................................10 HEATHER BENTON / KELLY YOUHAS..................................................11 ANDI WINNEY / LMU CHEERLEADERS....................................................12 2006-07 OPPONENTS / 2006-07 SEASON REVIEW.........................13-14 2006-07 FINAL STATISTICS - OVERALL & CONFERENCE ONLY.........15 2006-07 FINAL RESULTS....................................................................16 THE SOUTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE.....................................................17 CAREER RECORDS..............................................................................18 SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS...............................................................19 SINGLE-GAME / TURNER ARENA RECORDS.......................................20 HONOR ROLL.....................................................................................21 LMU ATHLETICS HALL-OF-FAMERS....................................................22 ALL-TIME ROSTER / TSWA ALL-STATE COLLEGE TEAM....................23 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS............................................................24-27 RESULTS VS. ALL OPPONENTS.........................................................27 LADY RAILSPLITTERS IN THE POSTSEASON.....................................28 TEX TURNER ARENA / HOME COURTS...............................................29 THIS IS LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY..........................................30 PRESIDENT / ATHLETIC DIRECTOR......................................................31 RAILSPLITTER NETWORK WOMEN’S BROADCAST SCHEDULE..........32

School..................... ............................. Lincoln Memorial University Founded ....................................................................................... 1897 Location ....................................................................... Harrogate, TN Enrollment ................................................................................... 2,981 School Colors ............................................................. Blue and Gray Arena Name ........................................................... Tex Turner Arena Capacity ...................................................................................... 5,009 Nickname ............................................................. Lady Railsplitters Affiliation .................................................................. NCAA Division II Conference ........................................................................ South Atlantic President ................................................................ Dr. Nancy Moody Alma Mater, Year ...................................... Eastern Kentucky, 1974 Athletic Director (Interim) ............................................. Jay Nidiffer Alma Mater, Year ...................................... Lincoln Memorial, 1958 Athletic Department Phone .................................. (423) 869-6285

Coaching Staff Head Coach ................................................................. Roger Vannoy Alma Mater, Year ....................................... Lincoln Memorial, 1975 Record at LMU (yrs) .................................................... 449-231 (24) Career Record .......................................................................... same Vannoy’s Office Phone .......................................... (423) 869-6241 Vannoy’s E-mail ........................................ roger.vannoy@lmunet.edu Assistant Coach ...................................................... Dawn Skelcher Alma Mater, Year ...................................... Lincoln Memorial, 2002 Skelcher’s Office Phone ....................................... (423) 869-6343 Athletic Trainer ................................................................... Josh Holt Holt’s Office Phone ................................................ (423) 869-6378

Team Information 2004-05 Overall Record ............................................................ 7-20 Home | Away | Neutral ............................................ 6-7 | 0-12 | 1-1 2005 GSC Record (finish) ........... 3-11 (Tie 6th-Eastern Division) Home | Away ...................................................................... 3-4 | 0-7 Starters returning/lost ............................................................... 3/4 Letter winners returning/lost ................................................... 9/5

CREDITS The 2006-07 Lincoln Memorial University Women’s Basketball Guide is a publication of the LMU Sports Information Office.

History First Year of Basketball .................................. 1913, reborn 1973 All-time Record (yrs) ................................................ 686-327 (63) Last NCAA Tournament Appearance (yrs) ..................... 2003 (1) Result .................................. lost to Ark. Tech in first round, 64-50 Last GSC Tournament Appearance (yrs) ..................... 2004 (8) Result ................... lost to Henderson State in semifinals, 56-44

Layout and Design: Bill Porter. Writing: Bill Porter, Rusty Peace and Roger Vannoy. Photography: Rusty Peace, Bill Porter, Ray Welch, Regina Burns and the Lincoln Memorial University Sports Information Archives. Special Thanks: Head Coach Roger Vannoy and his staff, Director of Publications Regina Burns, Robin Susong

Sports Information Sports Information Director..................................... Rusty Peace SID Office Phone .................................................. (423) 869-6236 Home Phone .......................................................... (423) 869-5120 Assistant SID ................................................................... Bill Porter Home Phone .......................................................... (423) 869-9032 SID Fax .................................................................... (423) 869-6382 Mailing Address ...................................................... LMU Box 2028 Tex Turner Arena Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

All LMU athletic guides are available from the Sports Information office either in print form (if available) or CDRom for a fee. They can also be found on the world wide web at www.lmunet.edu/athletics.

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MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME

COVERING PRACTICE

This guide is designed to assist the media with their coverage of Lincoln Memorial University basketball. It is published primarily as a source of information for reporters representing newspapers, television and radio stations, wire services and magazines. If you need information that you cannot find in this guide, please contact the Sports Information Office at (423) 869-6236. We are always ready to serve you.

Practices are generally open to the public. Please contact the Sports Information Office if you wish to interview players or coaches. If you plan to cover a practice, call in advance for any changes in the schedule.

MEDIA/PHOTOGRAPHER CREDENTIALS Requests for media credentials should be made at least one week in advance. Media are requested to park at the lower Arena entrance and display some form of identification on the vehicle to avoid being ticketed. There is limited space on the floor press row that is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Additional space is available next to the stat table, if needed. Photography is permitted on the courtside wherever it is allowed by NCAA rules.

STATISTICAL SERVICES Statistics are provided using the STAT CREW program. Monitors will be placed along press row to provide immediate access to statistics. Hard copies of halftime stats, final stats and play-by-play will be provided following each half.

RADIO BROADCASTS Requests to broadcast must be made as soon as possible to the Sports Information Office at (423) 869-6236. A phone line is provided for the visiting team’s radio. Space is available either on press row next to the visiting bench or next to the stat table.

INTERVIEWS Interviews with Coach Roger Vannoy, players and other athletic personnel must be arranged through the Sports Information Office. Generally, the best times for interviews are before and after practice. After games, Coach Vannoy and players are available for interviews after a 10minute cooling-off period. Please contact the SID before the game or a member of the stat crew during the game to arrange for any postgame interviews. Priority will be given to the LMU radio and then on a first-come, first-serve basis. If requested, efforts will be made to arrange postgame interviews with visiting coaches and players. Telephone interviews with Coach Vannoy and players are available on a “callback” basis only and will be arranged at the most convenient time for the student-athletes and coaches.

Tex Turner Arena LMU Box 2028 Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 Fax: (423) 869-6382 Website: www.lmunet.edu/athletics

Rusty Peace Sports Information Director Office: (423) 869-6236 Home: (423) 869-5120 Email: rusty.peace@lmunet.edu

MEDIA SERVICES Media packets will be provided before games. Postgame statistics will be also be provided to all members of the media. Telephone and fax service are also available. If requested, statistics and any other information can be faxed or e-mailed to your media outlet. Priority will be given to the visiting SID. Soft drinks and snacks will be available in the Tex Turner Room at halftime.

2006-07 LADY RAILSPLITTER PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS Print Media Associated Press, Teresa Walker/Skip Latt, PO Box 22990, Nashville, TN 37202 Bristol Herald-Courier, George Stone, P.O. Box 609, Bristol, VA 24201 Claiborne Progress, Richard Evans, P.O. Box 40, Tazewell, TN 37879 Corbin Times, Jim McAlister, 201 N. Kentucky Ave., Corbin, KY 40701 Harlan Daily Enterprise, John Henson, P.O. Box E, Harlan, KY 40831 Kingsport Times News, John Moorehouse, P.O. Box 479, Kingsport, TN 37660 Knoxville News Sentinel, John Adams, 208 West Church Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37901 LaFollette Press, Dwane Wilder, P.O. Box 1261, LaFollette, TN 37766 London Sentinel-Echo, Denis House, P.O. Box 830, London, KY 40741 Middlesboro Daily News, Jerry Boggs, P.O. Box 579, Middlesboro, KY 40965 Morristown Citizen-Tribune, Justin Cress, P.O. Box 625, Morristown, TN 37815 Powell Valley News, P.O. Box 459, Pennington Gap, VA 24277 Pineville Sun, Sports Editor, P.O. 250, Pineville, KY 40977 Broadcast Media WLMU/91.3 FM - WRWB/740 AM, LMU Box 2025, Cumb. Gap Parkway, Harrogate, TN 37752 WFXY/1490 AM - WXJB/96.5 FM, Sam Turner, P.O. Box 447, Middlesboro, KY 40965 WCTU/105.9 FM, P.O. Box 215, Tazewell, TN 37879 WSWV/105.5 FM - 1570 AM, 203 West Morgan Avenue, Pennington Gap, VA 24277 WATE/WTNZ-TV, Jim Wogan, P.O. Box 2349, Knoxville, TN 37901 WBIR-TV, Steve Phillips, 1513 Hutchinson Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917 WVLT-TV, Rick Russo, P.O. Box 59088, Knoxville, TN 37950 WYMT TV, Brandon Hensley, P.O. Box 1299, Hazard, KY 41701 Print / Internet Media Pinnacle Sports View, John Engle, www.pinnaclesportsview.com D2Basketball.com, www.d2basketball.com

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2006-07 SEASON OUTLOOK The 2006-07 Lady Railsplitter basketball team returns nine letterwinners from last season. When you sprinkle in four outstanding new recruits, you can see why the coaching staff is cautiously optimistic about the upcoming season. The caution comes from the fact that the team struggled mightily last season. The optimism comes from knowing that those players now have a year of experience. The staff also feels very confident that with recruiting they were able to address many of the weaknesses of that team. The returning class is headed by last year’s leading scorer, Madeline Richards (Floyds Knobs, IN), who should easily become the career leader in made three-pointers this year. Junior Heather Benton (Wooton, KY), the top rebounder and second leading scorer last season, also returns at the forward position. Senior Wisemane Alcema (West Palm Beach, FL) returns as a starter at the left wing. Kate Fane (Jr., Sterling, IL) is a returner who had double-digit minutes per game last season. Seniors Kelsi Salas (Rock Falls, IL) and LaToya Johnson (Miami, FL) will provide experience and depth. Junior Sidney Johnson (Cincinnati, OH) and sophomores Kelly Youhas (Mattoon, IL) and Sarah Harrison (Sneedville, TN) all are capable of significant contributions after recovering from injuries and illness a year ago. At the head of the recruiting class sits Betsy Bowser (Sr., Galveston, IN), who will be a leading force on the team from the point guard position. The additions of junior Laura Elliot (Livermore, CA) and freshman Andi Winney (Yorktown, IN) should improve the post game. And don’t overlook the scoring abilities of freshman Whitney Vannoy (Harrogate, TN). The biggest impact that these four new players will have is the work ethic that each one brings to the team. There is also a flurry of excitement surrounding LMU’s inaugural season in the South Atlantic Conference. The move to the SAC will help the team by reducing the wear and tear of travel as well as restoring ancient conference rivalries with Carson-Newman and Tusculum, a fact that longtime LMU fans will appreciate. In addition to those two, the recently-born rivalry with Mars Hill turns up a notch as they will now count as conference games. Other familiar names to LMU fans on the schedule include Kentucky State, Lees-McRae, USC Upstate and Lee. Former TVAC foe King College also makes a return to the schedule in 2006-07 along with Newberry, who last played the Lady Railsplitters in the 1992-93 season. The move to a new conference introduces several new teams to the schedule, highlighted by a clash of two of the top coaches in NCAA Division II basketball when LMU and Catawba face off. Other “new” conference opponents include Lenoir-Rhyne, Wingate and Presbyterian. Games against Virginia State, Brevard and North Carolina Central will round out the schedule.

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LADY RAILSPLITTER COACHING STAFF

ROGER VANNOY HEAD COACH

1982-present

Roger Vannoy inherited a Lady Railsplitter program in 1982 that had posted a 52-50 record over the previous four seasons. The rest, as they say, is history. By his third season, the team posted their first of seven consecutive 20-win seasons. The 2003-04 squad’s 21-8 record marked the 12th time in Vannoy’s 22 years at LMU that the Lady Railsplitters have won at least 20 games in a season.

THE VANNOY FILE Birthdate / Birthplace: Jan. 4, 1954 / Lafollette, TN Education: Powell Valley High School Class of 1971 Lincoln Memorial University Class of 1975 Coaching Resume: Powell Valley High School 1975-82 133-58 (69.6 %) Lincoln Memorial University 1982-present 449-231 (67.7%)

From his first game against Cumberland College on November 16, 1982, to the 2005-06 game against West Georgia in the season finale, his coaching style and recruiting savvy have brought many victories (449 overall) and exciting moments to the Lady Railsplitters and their fans. On January 27, 2003 Coach Vannoy picked up his 400th collegiate victory against defending GSC-East Champion West Alabama, a milestone he currently shares with a select few other active Division II coaches. During his 24 years at the helm, the Lady Railsplitters have won three straight TVAC titles, five straight NAIA District 24 East championships and in 2002-03 captured the Gulf South Conference Eastern Division championship for the second time in three seasons. The 2000-2001 team went undefeated in the Turner Arena for the first time, the second squad in modern LMU history to go undefeated at home in a season. His teams have qualified for the GSC Tournament eight out of 11 possible times, including five in a row from 1999-2004. The eight trips leads the GSC for most GSC tournament trips under an active coach. The teams have succeeded on the academic court as well. Over 95 percent of his players who completed their eligibility have graduated and the 2000-01 team had the highest team GPA in the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association NCAA Division II rankings. A native of Harrogate, Tennessee, Vannoy graduated from Lincoln Memorial in 1975. He immediately went into coaching the girls’ varsity team at Powell Valley High School, his alma mater. From 1975-82 he compiled a 133-58 record as head coach of the Lady Indians and won several district titles. Since moving into the Turner Arena in 1991 the Lady Railsplitters have been formidable at home, posting a 150-30 record (83.3 percent) in the Arena, defeating national powerhouses such as Delta State, Valdosta State, Fort Valley State and Cal Poly-Pomona in the process. Coach Vannoy is a member of the LMU Professional Hall of Fame and the WBCA. He has also served on the WBCA All-American Committee NCAA DIVISION II WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES and the NCAA Conference BY VICTORIES Captain Committee. Coach Team Yrs. Wins

Coach Vannoy was presented with a ball autographed by the team in honor of his 400th collegiate coaching victory on Jan. 27, 2003. 2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Barbara Stevens, Bentley 29 Bob Schneider, West Texas A & M 28 Curt Frederickson, Northern State (SD) 27 Johnny Jacumin, Wingate 26 Nancy Winstel, Northern Kentucky 26 Jodi Gault, Pittsburgh-Johnstown 24 Tom Shirley, Philadelphia University 25 Gene Roebuck, North Dakota 19 Lonnie Bartley, Fort Valley State 22 David Smith, Bellarmine 24 Gene Steinmeyer, NW Missouri State 22 Roger Vannoy, Lincoln Memorial 24

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711 634 612 568 538 519 516 498 481 480 461 449

Vannoy is married to the former Pam Johnston, who is also a graduate of LMU. They have two daughters who have donned the Blue and Gray, Morgane (200004) and Whitney, who joins the team this year. The family resides in Harrogate. www.lmunet.edu/athletics


LADY RAILSPLITTER COACHING STAFF

DAWN SKELCHER ASSISTANT COACH

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Lincoln Memorial University 2000-02 John A. Logan Junior College 1998-2000 Carterville (IL) High School 1994-98

Dawn returns for a fourth season as the assistant coach. Prior to that she spent two seasons as a Lady Railsplitter, averaging 3.8 points and 1.9 rebounds a game. Dawn came to LMU after two seasons at John A. Logan (IL) Community College, where she helped lead the Lady Vols to an appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament. At Logan, she averaged 5.2 points and 2.9 rebounds per game and shot 34 percent from three-point range. A native of Carterville, IL, Dawn attended Carterville High where she earned several honors during her prep career, including All-Black Diamond Conference. A 2003 graduate of LMU, Dawn earned a degree in athletic training and brings that knowledge and experience to the sidelines in addition to her regular coaching duties. She has introduced new conditioning techniques to the coaching staff’s repertoire. Skelcher also handles film exchange and other coaching duties. She currently resides in Harrogate.

CHASITY WILLIAMS GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Lincoln Memorial University 2002-2006 North High School (Evansville, IN) 1998-2002

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Chasity moves her leadership skills from the floor to the sideline this season as she takes over the graduate assistant position. Williams played four seasons for the Lady Railsplitters and ended her career last February ranked fourth all-time in steals with 236. She also ranks in the top five in three-pointers made and attempted and in the top ten in three-point percentage. Chasity also scored 772 points during her career. A native of Evansville, IN, Chasity enjoyed a stellar prep career at North High School, also playing soccer and softball in addition to basketball. Williams will graduate with a degree in kinesiology this fall and hopes to continue her coaching career at the high school or collegiate level.

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SARAH HARRISON

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5-8 * Sophomore * Guard * Sneedville, TN * Hancock County HS FRESHMAN SEASON (2005-06) Saw limited action due to illness. PRIOR TO LMU/QUICK FACTS Four year starter for Hancock County.... Named District 2-A Player of the year her sophomore and senior seasons.... Named All-District during her freshman, junior and senior seasons and All-Region her sophomore and senior seasons.... Was honorable mention All-State all four years of her prep career.... Helped take HCHS to the Substate level her sophomore and junior seasons.... Her brother Thomas (LMU) and sister Julia (Carson-Newman) also played basketball at the collegiate level.... Scored 1,783 points during her prep career. Coach Vannoy on Sarah: “Sarah spent much of her freshman season working on converting her game from the post position she played in high school to her eventual college playing position on the perimeter. Unfortunately, this development was slowed by an illness which sidelined her for over a month of the season. Despite all this she kept a positive attitude and work ethic. Sarah has improved her shooting range and her ball-handling skills. She has a wonderful personality and is one of the most popular girls on the team.”

LMU Career Statistics Year 2005-06 TOTAL

GP GS Min 9 0 24 9 0 24

FG FGA Pct 2 5 .400 2 5 .400

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

FT 0 0

FTA Pct 0 .000 0 .000

Off Def Tot 3 2 5 3 2 5

Avg 0.6 0.6

A 2 2

TO Blk Stl 5 0 1 5 0 1

LATOYA JOHNSON

Pts Avg 4 0.4 4 0.4

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6-0 * Senior * Center * Miami, FL * Broward CC JUNIOR SEASON (2005-06) Second on the team in rebounding and blocked shots. PRIOR TO LMU/QUICK FACTS Named first-team All-FCCAA and first team NJCAA All-State during her time at Broward CC.... Played her prep career at Norland High School where she was named All-Dade honorable mention and second-team All-State. Coach Vannoy on Latoya: “A combination of nagging injuries resulted in a lack of conditioning that spelled disappointment for Latoya last season. Even though she has a nice shot range, she has struggled with adjusting to the up-tempo game that LMU plays. Latoya worked with her father, who is a high school coach, this summer in adding some counter moves to her game.” LMU Career Statistics Year 2005-06 TOTAL

GP GS Min 27 12 390 27 12 390

FG FGA Pct 51 147 .347 51 147 .347

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3FG FGA Pct 1 9 .111 1 9 .111

FT 28 28

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FTA Pct 58 .483 58 .483

Off Def Tot 40 73 113 40 73 113

Avg 4.2 4.2

A 4 4

TO Blk Stl 42 16 2 42 16 2

Pts Avg 131 4.9 131 4.9

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SIDNEY JOHNSON

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6-0 * Junior * Center * Cincinnati, OH * Kaskaskia College SOPHOMORE SEASON (2005-06) Playing time limited by injury. JUNIOR COLLEGE (2003-04) Averaged nine points, seven rebounds, two steals and three assists per game in 2004-05. HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS Played for Hughes Center High School in Cincinnati. Coach Vannoy on Sidney: “After showing much promise early last year, Sidney’s season was basically taken from her when she suffered a stress fracture in her ankle in early November. Sid is a powerful presence in the low post. She is a good rebounder and is one of our better post passers. The good news is that Sidney is again showing that same promise that we saw from her early last year.”

LMU Career Statistics Year 2005-06 TOTAL

GP GS Min 19 2 133 19 2 133

FG FGA Pct 10 30 .333 10 30 .333

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

FT 8 8

FTA Pct 17 .471 17 .471

Off Def Tot 16 26 42 16 26 42

Avg 2.2 2.2

A TO Blk Stl 10 29 5 3 10 29 5 3

WHITNEY VANNOY

Pts Avg 28 1.5 28 1.5

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5-8 * Freshman * Guard * Harrogate, TN * Cumberland Gap HS HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS Coach Vannoy’s youngest daughter.... Her sister Morgane played for LMU from 20002004. Played at nearby Cumberland Gap High School where she was coached by her uncle, Ron Vannoy.... Helped turn around a team that went 9-11 in 2004-05 to go a school-record 22-6 and a runner-up spot in the district last season.... Named All-District in 2005 and 2006, All-District Tournament in 2006 and was the MVP of the Union County Invitational her junior and senior seasons.... Scored 803 points and pulled down 230 rebounds in her high school career.... Has probably seen more LMU women’s basketball games than any other player in LMU history as she has grown up on the sidelines. Coach Vannoy on Whitney: “I couldn’t be more proud and happy that my youngest daughter has decided to come to LMU. Even though both her parents and her older sister were Railsplitters, Whitney considered several scholarhip opportunities from Kansas to Florida before deciding to stay at home. From the spring of 2004, Whitney has dedicated herself to being the best basketball player she could be, It has been exciting to watch her develop. She has the ability to create a shot for herself or a teammate and is also one of the better post passers on the team.”

CGHS Statistics Year 2005-06

GP GS Min 28 --- ---

FG FGA Pct --- --- 47.2

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3FG FGA Pct --- --28.8

FT FTA Pct --- --70.0

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Off Def Tot --- --- 121

Avg 4.3

A 36

TO Blk Stl --- --- 49

Pts Avg 381 14.0

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MADELINE RICHARDS

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5-7 * Senior * Guard * Floyds Knobs, IN * Floyd Central HS JUNIOR SEASON (2005-06) Led the team in scoring for the second straight season.... Was the team’s leading three-point shooter for the third straight season. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004-05) Led the team in scoring and the leading three-point shooter.... Named GSC Player of the week and LMU Team MVP.... Led not only the team in three-point percentage but the entire Gulf South Conference for the second straight season.... Her 46 three-pointers ties her with Karra Jackson for third-best in a season.... FRESHMAN SEASON (2003-04) Second on the team in scoring and the leading three-point shooter.... Led not only the team in three-point percentage but the entire Gulf South Conference.... Her 57 three-pointers is one shy of the school record for treys in a season and puts her at tenth on the career list.... Her 280 points are the 6th best by a freshman in LMU history (4th best in the Roger Vannoy era).... Named the GSC Eastern Division Freshman of the Year QUICK FACTS Played in every sport that Floyd Central offered at one time or another... “Specialized” in three sports - soccer (fullback position), softball (second base and outfield) and basketball (small forward and guard).... Named All-Hoosier Hills Conference her junior and senior seasons.... Coach Vannoy on Madeline: “Maddie returns for her senior season as the only four-year player for the Lady Railsplitters. After being named Gulf south Conference Eastern Division Freshman of the Year, she has gone on to lead the team in scoring the past two seasons. For her efforts, she has been named the team MVP in both her sophomore and junior seasons. All this notoriety comes at a price as opposing teams’ defenses have been geared to know where Maddie is on the floor at all times whenever she is in the game. This season Maddie will become the career leader in nearly every three-point category. However, with all this success, she has began the year with more determination, which has been recognized by her teammates in naming her the team captain.”

LMU Statistics Year 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 TOTAL

GP 29 27 27 83

GS 20 27 23 70

Min 793 870 827 2490

FG 94 95 111 300

FGA 217 228 279 724

Pct .433 .417 .398 .414

3FG 57 46 54 157

FGA 132 96 130 358

Pct .432 .479 .415 .439

FT 35 55 69 159

FTA 46 67 84 197

Pct .761 .821 .821 .807

KELSI SALAS

Off 17 13 20 50

Def Tot 55 72 63 76 67 87 185 235

Avg 2.5 2.8 3.2 2.8

A 45 69 73 187

TO 55 71 70 196

Blk 2 3 0 5

Stl 24 17 23 64

Pts 280 291 345 916

Avg 9.7 10.8 12.8 11.0

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5-4 * Senior * Guard * Rock Falls, IL * Sauk Valley CC / Rock Falls HS JUNIOR SEASON (2005-06) Played in 26 games . PRIOR TO LMU / QUICK FACTS Named All-Arrowhead Conference and All-Region IV.... Also named to the AllRegion IV All-Tournament Team.... Led Sauk Valley to a 24-9 record.... Sauk Valley finished one game shy of the NJCAA National Tournament.... Four-year player for the Rock Falls (IL) High School Lady Rockets, where she also ran cross-country. Coach Vannoy on Kelsi: “Kelsi came to us last season as one of five very successful junior college players. She is an excellent passer and is a leader by example. After a year of adjustment and development, I expect Kelsi will fulfill the expectations that we had for her when we recruited her. She is a very good student on a team filled with good students and will graduate on time in the spring,”

LMU Career Statistics Year 2005-06 TOTAL

GP GS Min 26 1 174 26 1 174

FG FGA Pct 3 13 .231 3 13 .231

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3FG FGA Pct 1 8 .125 1 8 .125

FT 2 2

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Avg 0.5 0.5

A TO Blk Stl 24 22 1 4 24 22 1 4

Pts Avg 9 0.3 9 0.3

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KATE FANE

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5-7 * Junior * Guard * Sterling, IL * Sauk Valley CC / Sterling HS SOPHOMORE SEASON (2005-06) Fifth on the team in assists. PRIOR TO LMU / QUICK FACTS Comes to LMU after one season at Sauk Valley Community College.... Was named a NJCAA Third Team All-American in 2004-05... Also named All-Arrowhead Conference and All-Region IV.... Named MVP of the NJCAA All-Region IV Tournament.... Played her prep career as a Sterling Golden Warrior, where she was named to the All-State and to the IBCA 2004 Class AA All-Star Team.... Led the Class AA players with 20 points in the Rising Stars Classic following her senior season at SHS. Coach Vannoy on Kate: “Kate is probably the most physical guard on the team. She is strong, aggressive and fearless in taking the ball to the basket. She is a competitor and comes to play hard every day. After a disappointing season last year, Kate is working very hard to regain the shooting form that earned her many junior college honors as a freshman.”

LMU Career Statistics Year 2005-06 TOTAL

GP GS Min 27 0 374 27 0 374

FG FGA Pct 40 132 .303 40 132 .303

3FG FGA Pct 8 54 .148 8 54 .148

FT 16 16

FTA Pct 28 .571 28 .571

Off Def Tot 13 37 50 13 37 50

Avg 1.9 1.9

A TO Blk Stl 31 41 1 29 31 41 1 29

BETSY BOWSER

Pts Avg 104 3.9 104 3.9

#25

5-6 * Senior * Guard * Galveston, IN * Cleveland State University PRIOR TO LMU / QUICK FACTS Played three seasons at Division I Cleveland State University.... Set school records at Lewis Cass High School for career points, steals and assists.... Led LCHS to sectional championships all four years and to two regional championships.... Listed as a top 100 senior by Hoosier Basketball Illustrated.... Named All-Conference all four seasons and All-Region her last three seasons... Was on the Indiana All-Star Ballot.... Also lettered four seasons as a catcher on the softball team. Coach Vannoy on Betsy: “One of the major reasons for all the excitement in the Lady Railsplitter nation this year is the addition of this Division I transfer from Cleveland State University. Betsy has all the tools to become the top point guard in the history of LMU women’s basketball. A true point guard, Betsy can handle, pass and shoot the basketball. However, her biggest area of contribution is her ability to make everyone around her better. As an example, even though she has only been here a few weeks, the team has voted her a team captain.”

Cleveland State Statistics Year 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 TOTAL

GP 22 28 20 70

GS 0 4 9 13

Min 125 484 315 924

FG 8 47 27 82

FGA 32 134 80 246

Pct .250 .351 .338 .333

2005-06 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG 6 26 16 48

FGA 22 68 47 137

Pct .273 .382 .340 .350

FT 1 25 6 32 9

FTA 3 37 7 47

Pct .333 .676 .857 .681

Off 2 13 6 21

Def Tot 7 9 26 39 24 30 57 78

Avg 0.4 1.4 1.5 1.1

A 3 38 24 65

TO 22 36 29 87

Blk 0 4 0 4

Stl 3 14 10 27

Pts 23 145 76 244

Avg 1.0 5.2 3.8 3.5

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WISEMANE ALCEMA

#30

5-9 * Senior * Forward * West Palm Beach, FL * DBCC / PBG HS JUNIOR SEASON (2005-06) Solid contributor on the defensive end.... Led the team in shooting percentage. PRIOR TO LMU / QUICK FACTS Transferred to LMU from Daytona Beach Community College.... Named First Team All-FCCAA her freshman season and Second Team her sophomore season.... Named Honorable Mention All-County, Nike All-Star MVP and NYAAA All-Star MVP during her prep career at Palm Beach Gardens High School. Coach Vannoy on Wisemane: “Al established herself as one of the top defensive players on the team last season. It was this ability that earned her a starting spot by mid-season. She has also spent many hours in the gym over the summer working on her game. Although she will no doubt be called upon to be the defensive stopper on the perimeter, her offense may just prove to be a spark for the team.”

LMU Career Statistics Year

GP GS Min

FG FGA Pct

3FG FGA Pct

FT

FTA Pct

Off Def Tot

Avg

A

TO Blk Stl

2005-06 TOTAL

27 17 586 27 17 586

33 33

8 8

14 14

36 36

29 29

2.4 2.4

36 36

70 6 19 70 6 19

82 82

.402 .402

26 26

.308 .308

.389 .389

37 37

66 66

LAURA ELLIOT

Pts Avg

88 88

3.3 3.3

#32

6-1 * Junior * C * Livermore, CA * Ohlone CC PRIOR TO LMU / QUICK FACTS One of the top rebounders in the state of California last season.... Named All-Coast Conference and was honorable mention All-State. Named Ohlone’s Offensive Player of the Year.... One of five Ohlone players to go on to play at a four-year institution.... Played her prep ball at Granada High School. Coach Vannoy on Laura: “The number 32 is not the only similarity between this exciting new post player and former Lady Railsplitter standout Hillary Ross. Laura is possibly our most complete post player. She can run the floor, rebound, score with the basketball and is also our best defender in the paint. We are looking for a big year from Laura.”

OCC Statistics Year 2005-06

GP GS Min 31 --- ---

FG FGA Pct 122 245 .500

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3FG FGA Pct 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct 55 103 .534

10

Off Def Tot 85 155 240

Avg 7.7

A TO Blk Stl 33 --- 2 58

Pts Avg 299 9.7

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HEATHER BENTON

#33

5-11 * Junior * Forward * Wooton, KY * Leslie County HS SOPHOMORE SEASON (2005-06) Second leading scorer and top rebounder on the team....Had a career game at West Alabama, scoring 23 points. FRESHMAN SEASON (2004-05) Came on strong late in the season to earn a starting spot. PRIOR TO LMU / QUICK FACTS Five year starter for the Lady Eagles.... One of only 16 players in Kentucky high school girl’s basketball history to score more than 3,000 career points.... Named the 14th Region Player of the Year in both The Mountain Sports Leader and The Cats’ Pause preseason previews.... Earned the WYMT-TV Player of the Week honors on more than one occasion.... Named All-District, All-Region and All-State on more than one occasion.... Broke the school record for points in a game (set by Miss Basketball Jody Sizemore) with 66 points (third most in Kentucky history) in a game against Jackson City on February 17, 2004.... Four days earlier she scored 60 against district rival Buckhorn. Coach Vannoy on Heather: “Another familiar face on this year’s team is third-year player Heather Benton. However, this season Heather may be seen in some unfamiliar places as she is working on expanding her game to playing on the perimeter. She will undoubtedly still see playing time at her familiar power forward position, where she can utilize her trademark turnaround jump shot. By also working at the small forward position Heather has been able to extend her shot range and improve her ball handling skills. She does return as the second leading scorer from last year and her development should make her an even tougher matchup for opposing defenses.”

LMU Career Statistics Year 2004-05 2005-06 TOTAL

GP 25 27 52

GS Min FG 2 265 33 23 711 94 25 976 127

FGA 76 240 316

Pct .434 .392 .402

3FG 0 1 1

FGA 0 1 1

Pct FT .000 22 1.000 57 1.000 79

FTA 32 82 114

Pct .688 .695 .693

Off 22 52 74

Def Tot Avg A TO 37 59 2.4 15 14 99 151 5.6 31 39 136 210 4.0 46 53

Blk 9 13 22

Stl 5 21 26

KELLY YOUHAS

Pts Avg 88 3.5 246 9.1 334 6.4

#44

6-1 * Sophomore * Forward * Mattoon, IL * Mattoon HS FRESHMAN SEASON (2005-06) Missed the first few games of the season due to recovery from off-season surgery. QUICK FACTS/PRIOR TO LMU Kelly was named Big 12 Conference Honorable Mention during her prep career.... She was also named to the Decatur Herald Interview All-Area Team.... Participated in the 2004 “High Potential” Basketball Camp where she was named MVP of the approximately 150 college prospects in attendance at the camp.... Also played volleyball for the Green Wave, where she was named to the Big 12 All-Conference team. Coach Vannoy on Kelly: “If adjusting from high school to college isn’t enough, try recovering from major knee surgery at the same time. That is what Kelly Youhas had to do last year during her freshman season. However, expectations are still high for this promising young post player. Kelly not only has the size to be a formidable player in the post, she also has the outside shooting range of a guard. Kelly has worked hard on her conditioning and is still developing as a college player. She does have the drive, however, and when she comes into her own she will be an outstanding player for us.”

LMU Career Statistics Year 2005-06 TOTAL

GP GS Min FG 17 1 72 5 17 1 72 5

FGA Pct 22 .227 22 .227

2005-06 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG FGA Pct 1 6 .167 1 6 .167

FT 7 7

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FTA Pct 10 .700 10 .700

Off Def Tot 1 13 14 1 13 14

Avg A 0.8 1 0.8 1

TO Blk 6 6 6 6

Stl 0 0

Pts 18 18

Avg 1.1 1.1

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ANDI WINNEY

#54

6-1 * Freshman * Forward * Yorktown, IN * Yorktown HS HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS Named one of Hoosier Basketball Magazine’s Top 40 Girls following her senior season.... Also named to the magazine’s All-Star team.... Earned All-County, All-Conference, Team MVP honors during her prep career... Led the Hoosier Heritage Conference in rebounds and second in scoring last season.... Exploded for a career high 35 points and 21 rebounds against Muncie Burris on Jan. 31, 2006.... Named the Munice Star Press girl’s basketball Player of the Year following the 2006 season.... Ranked 23rd in scoring and 11th in rebounding in the state of Indiana last season... Coach Vannoy on Andi: “The lack of consistent low post scoring last year was a real problem area for the team. Enter Andi Winney. Andi has an excellent variety of low post moves. She also has an outstanding touch to finish those moves with an outstanding shooting percentage. She can score just as easily with either hand and is a strong rebounder as well. Yes, she is a freshman and will need to make the adjustment to the college game, but with her work ethic and desire to play, look for her to grow up very quickly.”

YHS Statistics Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 TOTAL

GP 21 20 23 21 85

GS -----------

Min -----------

FG 94 110 164 169 537

FGA 182 207 243 278 910

Pct .516 .531 .675 .608 .590

3FG 0 0 0 0 0

FGA 2 0 0 5 7

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 31 52 64 96 243

FTA 73 103 101 147 424

Pct .425 .505 .634 .671 .573

Off ------103 ---

Def ------149 ---

Tot 134 204 264 252 854

Avg 6.4 10.2 11.5 12.0 10.0

A 3 8 9 22 42

TO 47 37 20 59 163

Blk 2 12 6 12 32

Stl 17 13 29 62 121

Pts Avg 219 10.4 272 13.6 392 17.0 434 20.7 1317 15.5

2006-07 CHEERLEADERS

Standing left to right: Danna Rodgers, Cynthia Vineyard, Abe, Mandy Mills, Kasey Dykes. Kneeling left to right: Seretta Gambrel, Karisa Smith, Carla Peck. Sitting left to right: Andrea Schneider, Megan Rasnick, Amy Parker. Lying down: Mayemma Buchkovich.

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2006-2007 LADY RAILSPLITTER OPPONENTS Brevard Lady Tornados (7-21, 6-14 AAC) Location ............................... Brevard, NC School Colors ..... Royal Blue, Black and White Arena .................. Boshamer Center (1,200) Series Record ....................... First Meeting

Nov. 28 • Harrogate, TN / Dec. 5 • Brevard, NC Head Coach ............................. Bill Wilson BC Record (Yrs.) ....,,.......... 7-21 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) ....... 106-150 (10) www.brevard.edu/athletics

Carson-Newman Lady Eagles (16-13, 7-7 SAC) Location ........................ Jefferson City, TN School Colors .................. Orange and Blue Arena ....................... Holt Fieldhouse (2,000) Series Record .................. CN leads 35-34

Jan. 3 • Jefferson City, TN / Feb. 17 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ............................. Dean Walsh CNC Record (Yrs.) ............ 81-66 (5) Career Record (Yrs.) ....... 206-108 (12) www.cn.edu/athletics

Catawba Lady Indians (9-19, 4-10 SAC) Location ............................... Salisbury, NC School Colors .............. Navy Blue and White Arena ........................ Goodman Gym (3,500) Series Record ...................... First Meeting

www.gocatawbaindians.com

www.kysu.edu/athletics

www.king.edu/athletics

www.goladyflames.com

www.bobcatsports.lmc.edu

www.lrbears.com

www.sports.mhc.edu

www.newberryindians.com

2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

SID Contact ................... Brice Zimmerman Office ....................... (803) 321-5603 Fax ........................... (803) 321-5169 E-Mail ....... zimmerman@newberry.edu

Dec. 30 • Spartanburg, SC

Head Coach ........................... Joli Robinson NCC Record (Yrs.) ....... 152-131 (10) Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 152-131 (10) www.nccu.edu

Presbyterian Lady Blue Hose (21-7, 2-1 SAC) Location .....,........................... Clinton, SC School Colors ........,,,,,.,.... Garnet and Blue Arena .................. Templeton Center (2,500) Series Record ....................... First Meeting

SID Contact ............................ Rick Baker Office ..................... (828) 689-1373 Fax ......................... (828) 689-1440 E-Mail ................... rbaker@mhc.edu

Jan. 13 • Newberry, SC / Feb. 24 • Harrogate, TN Head Coach ............................ Jason Brink NC Record (Yrs.) .............. 41-48 (3) Career Record (Yrs.) .......... 78-98 (6)

NC-Central Lady Eagles (23-7, 12-4 CIAA) Location ............................... Durham, NC School Colors ................. Maroon and Gray Arena ...... McLendon-McDougald Gym (2,811) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 2-0

SID Contact ............................ John Karrs Office ....................... (828) 327-7174 Fax ........................... (828) 327-7671 E-Mail ..................... karrsjd@lrc.edu

Jan. 24 • Mars Hill, NC / Feb. 10 • Harrogate, TN Head Coach ...................... Jennifer Nance MHC Record (Yrs.) ...... First Meeting Career Record (Yrs.) .... First Meeting

Newberry Lady Indians (18-13, 6-8 SAC) Location .............................. Newberry, SC School Colors ................... Scarlet and Gray Arena ...................... Eleazor Arena (1,800) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 2-0

SID Contact ........................ Craig McPhail Office ....................... (828) 898-2483 Fax ........................... (828) 898-8742 E-Mail ................... McPhail.lmc.edu

Jan. 17 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 12 • Hickory NC Head Coach ............................. Todd Starkey LRC Record (Yrs.) ............. 10-18 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) .......... 10-18 (1)

Mars Hill Lady Lions (16-12, 6-8 SAC) Location ............................... Mars Hill, NC School Colors ............. Royal Blue and Gold Arena .................... Stanford Arena (2,800) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 4-2

SID Contact ......................... George Starr Office ..................... (423) 615-8442 Fax ......................... (423) 614-8443 E-Mail ........ gstarr@leeuniversity.edu

Nov. 15 • Harrogate, TN / Nov. 20 • Banner Elk, NC

Head Coach ......................... Sebastian Wild LMC Record (Yrs.) ........... First Year Career Record (Yrs.) ........ First Year

Lenoir-Rhyne Bears (10-18, 3-11 SAC) Location ............................... Hickory, NC School Colors ..................... Red and Black Arena ...................... Shuford Gym (8,500) Series Record ..................... First meeting

SID Contact ...................... Craig Kleinmann Office ..................... (423) 652-6017 Fax ......................... (423) 652-6041 E-Mail ................ cjkleinm@king.edu

Jan. 27 • Harrogate, TN Head Coach ........................... Marty Rowe LU Record (Yrs.) .............. 49-19 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) ........ 180-84 (8)

Lees-McRae Lady Bobcats (12-16, 1-19 CVAC) Location ............................ Banner Elk, NC School Colors .......... Forest Green and Gold Arena ...................... Williams Gym (1,200) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 4-2

SID Contact .......................... Ron Braden Office ....................... (502) 597-6019 Fax ........................... (502) 597-5681 E-Mail ................. rbraden@kysu.edu

Dec. 16 • Bristol, TN Head Coach .................... Michelle Williams KC Record (Yrs.) ................... N/A Career Record (Yrs.) ................ N/A

Lee Lady Flames (26-7, 17-3 SSAC) Location ............................ Cleveland, TN School Colors .................Maroon and White Arena ........ Paul Dana Walker Arena (2,500) Series Record .................... LMU leads 15-7

SID Contact ............................. Jim Lewis Office ..................... (704) 637-4720 Fax ......................... (704) 637-5705 E-Mail ............. jdlewis@catawba.edu

Nov. 18 • Frankfort, KY

Head Coach ................... Michelle Clark-Heard KSU Record (Yrs.) ............. 5-22 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) .......... 5-22 (1)

King Lady Tornados (18-15, 12-8 AAC) Location .................................. Bristol, TN School Colors ................. Scarlet and Navy Arena .................... Student Center (1,300) Series Record .................... LMU leads 15-0

SID Contact ............................. Mike Baur Office ....................... (865) 471-3477 Fax ........................... (865) 471-3514 E-Mail ................... mikbaur@cn.edu

Jan. 20 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 14 • Salisbury, NC Head Coach ......................... Angie Morton CC Record (Yrs.) ............... 48-39 (3) Career Record (Yrs.) ...... 156-129 (10)

Kentucky State Thorobrettes (5-22, 4-15 SIAC) Location ............................. Frankfort, KY School Colors ......... Royal Blue and Old Gold Arena ....... Farnham Dudgeon Center (7,000) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 6-1

SID Contact ......................... Wendy Jones Office ....................... (828) 884-8215 Fax ........................... (828) 884-3790 E-Mail ............. joneswe@brevard.edu

SID Contact ............................ KyleSerba Office ....................... (919) 530-7054 Fax ........................... (919) 530-5120 E-Mail ................. kserba@nccu.edu

Jan. 10 • Clinton, SC / Feb. 7 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ....................... Jessica Vanco PC Record (Yrs.) .............. 28-28 (2) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 28-28 (2) www.presby.edu/bluehose

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SID Contact ........................... Brian Hand Office ....................... (864) 833-8252 Fax ........................... (864) 833-8323 E-Mail .............. bahand@presby.edu

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2006-2007 LADY RAILSPLITTER OPPONENTS USC-Upstate Lady Spartans (16-14, 12-8 PBAC) Location .................... .... Spartanburg, SC School Colors ......... Green, White and Black Arena ......................... Hodge Gym (1,535) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 8-3

Nov. 21 • Harrogate, TN / Dec. 29 • Spartanburg, SC

Head Coach ...................... Tammy George USCU Record (Yrs.) ........... 16-14 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 59-35 (3) www.uscupstate.edu/athletics

Tusculum Lady Pioneers (18-10, 7-7 SAC) Location .............................. Greeneville, TN School Colors ................. Orange and Black Arena ........................ Alpine Arena (2,000) Series Record .................. LMU leads 33-13

Jan. 8 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 3 • Greeneville, TN

Head Coach ........................... Missy Tiber TC Record (Yrs.) .............. 18-10 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 99-46 (5) www.tusculum.edu/athletics

Virginia State Lady Trojans (5-23, 4-12 CIAA) Location ........................... Petersburg, VA School Colors .................. Orange and Blue Arena ............................ Daniel Gym (3,454) Series Record ...................... First Meeting

SID Contact ....................... Dom Donnelly Office ....................... (423) 636-7326 Fax ........................... (423) 636-7370 E-Mail ......... ddonnell@tusculum.edu

Dec. 9 • Petersburg, VA

Head Coach ............................ James Hill VSU Record (Yrs.) ........... First Year Career Record (Yrs.) ............... N/A www.vsu.edu

Wingate Bulldogs (25-7, 13-1 SAC) Location ............................... Wingate, NC School Colors ....... Navy Blue and Old Gold Arena ....................... Cuddy Arena (2,500) Series Record ....................... First Meeting

SID Contact ............................ Bill English Office ....................... (864) 503-5129 Fax ........................... (864) 503-5127 E-Mail ....... benglish@uscupstate.edu

SID Contact ..................... Paul T. Williams Office ....................... (804) 524-5028 Fax ........................... (804) 524-5763 E-Mail ................ pwilliams@vsu.edu

Jan. 6 • Harrogate, TN / Jan. 31 • Wingate, NC Head Coach .................... Johnny Jacumin WU Record (Yrs.) ......... 568-211 (26) Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 568-211 (26) sports.wingate.edu

SID Contact ..................... David Sherwood Office ....................... (704) 233-8186 Fax ........................... (850) 474-3342 E-Mail ......... dsherwood@wingate.edu

2005-06 SEASON REVIEW

The 2005-06 Lady Railsplitter team returned only four scholarship players from the previous season and the team struggled to a shockingly uncharacteristic 7-20 season. This was only the third losing season and the worst record in Coach Vannoy’s 23 year career at LMU. The team shot a respectable 32 percent from behind the three-point arc, however, it struggled to a LMU record low 36.7 percent overall shooting percentage from the field. This poor shooting, combined with an average of 20 turnovers per game, would simply spell doom for the season. With so many new players, the team spent much of the season just learning the Lady Railsplitter system. After going 3-8 in the pre-conference schedule, the team would learn in their final run through the Gulf south Conference that the GSC is not a forgiving league. By mid-January, the team would begin to show some signs of improvement. This would result in winning three of four home GSC contests. The remainder of the schedule was not so kind and the team ended the season playing four of the last five games on the road. This resulted in a five-game losing streak which included a rare defeat on senior night. The 2005-06 season was one the team and LMU faithful would just as soon forget. However, the team and the staff are determined to learn from it and work hard to put Lady Railsplitter basketball back on track. 2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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2005-06 FINAL LADY RAILSPLITTER STATISTICS - OVERALL 7-20 Overall ## 11 31 33 05 03 22 25 30 50 04 20 44 10 00 TM

Player GP Richards, Madeline 27 Benton, Heather 27 Rose, Candice 27 Williams, Chasity 27 Johnson, Latoya 27 Fane, Kate 27 DePersio, Katie 27 Alcema, Wisemane 27 Golden, Sierra 27 Johnson, Sidney 19 LaPlace, Amy 17 Youhas, Kelly 17 Salas, Kelsi 26 Harrison, Sarah 9 TEAM................ Total.......... 27 Opponents...... 27

SCORE BY PERIODS: Lincoln Memorial Opponents

GS Min 23 827 23 711 18 702 23 650 12 390 0 374 3 347 17 586 12 353 2 133 0 57 1 72 1 174 0 24

1st 714 760

Avg 30.6 26.3 26.0 24.1 14.4 13.9 12.9 21.7 13.1 7.0 3.4 4.2 6.7 2.7

6-7 Home

0-12 Road

----TOTAL----FG FGA Pct 111 279 .398 94 240 .392 64 160 .400 53 161 .329 51 147 .347 40 132 .303 32 80 .400 33 82 .402 32 95 .337 10 30 .333 8 21 .381 5 22 .227 3 13 .231 2 5 .400

-----3-PTS----3FG FGA Pct 54 130 .415 1 1 1.000 20 51 .392 20 66 .303 1 9 .111 8 54 .148 0 0 .000 8 26 .308 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 4 17 .235 1 6 .167 1 8 .125 0 1 .000

FT 69 57 33 41 28 16 25 14 18 8 0 7 2 0

538 1467 .367 574 1458 .394

118 370 .319 141 411 .343

318 493 .645 363 555 .654

2nd 798 892

Total 1512 1652

FTA 84 82 48 64 58 28 35 36 29 17 0 10 2 0

Pct .821 .695 .688 .641 .483 .571 .714 .389 .621 .471 .000 .700 1.000 .000

1-1 Neutral -----REBOUNDS--Off Def Tot Avg 20 67 87 3.2 52 99 151 5.6 56 56 112 4.1 11 66 77 2.9 40 73 113 4.2 13 37 50 1.9 29 43 72 2.7 29 37 66 2.4 28 80 108 4.0 16 26 42 2.2 1 5 6 0.4 1 13 14 0.8 5 8 13 0.5 3 2 5 0.6 48 46 94 3.5 352 658 1010 37.4 337 680 1017 37.7

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Lincoln Memorial Opponents

OFF 71 78

PF FO A TO Blk 34 0 73 70 0 45 1 31 39 13 46 1 38 34 4 74 3 61 85 6 43 0 4 42 16 36 0 31 41 1 60 2 26 47 9 64 2 36 70 6 48 0 10 35 22 34 2 10 29 5 9 0 3 2 0 7 0 1 6 6 9 0 24 22 1 1 0 2 5 0 0 16 510 11 350 543 89 506 - 371 517 80

DEF 3 1

Stl 23 21 34 66 2 29 12 19 19 3 3 0 4 1

Pts 345 246 181 167 131 104 89 88 82 28 20 18 9 4

Avg 12.8 9.1 6.7 6.2 4.9 3.9 3.3 3.3 3.0 1.5 1.2 1.1 0.3 0.4

236 1512 56.0 283 1652 61.2

TOTAL 74 79

2005-06 FINAL LADY RAILSPLITTER STATISTICS - CONFERENCE ONLY 3-11 Overall ## 11 31 33 05 03 50 22 25 30 04 20 10 44 00 TM

Player GP Richards, Madeline 14 Benton, Heather 14 Rose, Candice 14 Williams, Chasity 14 Johnson, Latoya 14 Golden, Sierra 14 Fane, Kate 14 DePersio, Katie 14 Alcema, Wisemane 14 Johnson, Sidney 14 LaPlace, Amy 11 Salas, Kelsi 13 Youhas, Kelly 8 Harrison, Sarah 4 TEAM................ Total.......... 14 Opponents...... 14

SCORE BY PERIODS: Lincoln Memorial Opponents

GS Min 11 435 11 355 7 377 12 345 4 187 8 208 0 159 2 165 11 306 2 121 0 32 1 84 1 16 0 10

1st 346 376

Avg 31.1 25.4 26.9 24.6 13.4 14.9 11.4 11.8 21.9 8.6 2.9 6.5 2.0 2.5

3-4 Home

0-7 Road

----TOTAL----FG FGA Pct 54 140 .386 46 115 .400 38 89 .427 34 101 .337 28 71 .394 21 53 .396 14 50 .280 12 30 .400 13 40 .325 9 29 .310 5 12 .417 1 3 .333 1 3 .333 1 2 .500

-----3-PTS----3FG FGA Pct 31 70 .443 1 1 1.000 15 33 .455 12 38 .316 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 3 20 .150 0 0 .000 5 14 .357 0 0 .000 3 10 .300 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000

FT 40 26 14 25 15 9 7 13 5 8 0 2 0 0

277 738 .375 293 734 .399

70 68

164 252 .651 218 301 .724

2nd 442 496

191 .366 210 .324

Total 788 872

FTA 47 38 22 37 32 15 10 18 16 15 0 2 0 0

Pct .851 .684 .636 .676 .469 .600 .700 .722 .313 .533 .000 1.000 .000 .000

0-0 Neutral -----REBOUNDS--Off Def Tot Avg 8 32 40 2.9 27 39 66 4.7 33 27 60 4.3 7 36 43 3.1 16 33 49 3.5 18 39 57 4.1 3 11 14 1.0 11 18 29 2.1 14 23 37 2.6 16 24 40 2.9 1 2 3 0.3 4 3 7 0.5 0 2 2 0.3 1 1 2 0.5 16 21 37 2.6 175 311 486 34.7 180 336 516 36.9

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Lincoln Memorial Opponents

PF FO A TO Blk 15 0 39 44 0 26 1 20 20 5 26 1 25 16 3 45 3 30 32 4 22 0 1 13 5 29 0 6 21 15 16 0 11 11 1 28 1 9 24 4 32 2 15 40 1 29 2 10 27 4 3 0 3 0 0 2 0 12 10 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 6 275 10 183 268 44 266 - 184 254 45 OFF 37 33

DEF 0 1

Stl 9 10 16 32 0 15 7 3 11 3 2 2 0 0

Pts 179 119 105 105 71 51 38 37 36 26 13 4 2 2

Avg 12.8 8.5 7.5 7.5 5.1 3.6 2.7 2.6 2.6 1.9 1.2 0.3 0.3 0.5

110 788 56.3 139 872 62.3 TOTAL 37 34

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2005-06 FINAL LADY RAILSPLITTER RESULTS OVERALL ALL GAMES ...................................... 7-20 CONFERENCE .................................... 3-11 NON-CONFERENCE ............................ 4-9 DATE

TIME

OPPONENT

11/15/05

5:30 pm

11/18/05

5:00 pm

$ vs Eckerd

11/19/05 11/22/05 11/29/05 12/01/05 12/03/05 12/10/05 12/13/05 12/15/05 12/17/05

5:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 5:30

pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm

$ vs Nova Southeastern CARSON-NEWMAN BENEDICT LEES-MCRAE TUSCULUM at Carson-Newman at Tusculum MARS HILL at Charleston

12/31/05 01/07/06 01/09/06 01/14/06 01/16/06 01/21/06 01/23/06 01/28/06 01/30/06 02/04/06 02/06/06

2:00 6:00 6:00 5:30 5:30 6:00 6:00 5:30 7:00 6:00 6:00

pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm

02/11/06

4:30 pm

SCORE

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GAMES 13 12 2 27

HOME 6-7 3-4 3-3

TOTALS 9716 5463 215 15384

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(8)Benton, Heather (8)Rose, Candice (6)DePersio, Katie (7)Benton, Heather (13)Johnson, Latoya (10)Johnson, Latoya (9)Benton, Heather (9)Golden, Sierra (7)Johnson, Latoya (7)Benton, Heather (6)Benton, Heather (6)Fane, Kate (6)Richards, Madeline (10)Golden, Sierra (5)Golden, Sierra (11)Rose, Candice (9)Benton, Heather (6)Rose, Candice (7)Benton, Heather (6)Golden, Sierra (6)Rose, Candice (6)Benton, Heather (6)Rose, Candice (8)Benton, Heather (10)Johnson, Latoya (6)Johnson, Latoya (7)Johnson, Latoya (9)Benton, Heather (5)Johnson, Sidney

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LADY RAILSPLITTER CAREER RECORDS POINTS Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Name Debbie Green Robin Adams Carrie Shoffner Lori Neely Karra Jackson Pam Walters Terry Whitehead Hillary Ross Juanita Hall Rachel Peach Marcie Stout Robin Cox Bridget Long Laura Winters Nickie Snow Monica Owens Amanda Jackson Sis Lawhead Brandy Brown Madeline Richards

Seasons (1988-91) (1987-90) (1985-89) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1989-93) (1984-86) (2000-04) (1978-82) (1981-85) (1981-85) (1992-96) (1990-94) (1988-92) (1984-88) (1986-90) (1997-01) (1980-82) (1994-98) (2003- )

REBOUNDS Pts. 1907 1678 1511 1314 1279 1252 1227 1220 1220 1206 1204 1154 1108 1066 1027 986 958 947 945 916

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Name Hillary Ross Lori Neely Robin Cox Brandy Brown Jill Breeden Robin Adams Bridget Long Terry Whitehead Debbie Green Anita Nelums Karmella Wynne Sis Lawhead Juanita Hall Tracey Faison Natasha Davis Monica Owens Pam Walters Janice Mayes Tracey Martin Karra Jackson

FGM 816 648 633 525 522 510 487 487 462 458

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Debbie Green Juanita Hall Carrie Shoffner Rachel Peach Robin Adams Pam Walters Marcie Stout Nickie Snow Monica Owens Lori Neely

FIELD GOALS MADE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Name Debbie Green Robin Adams Carrie Shoffner Pam Walters Rachel Peach Juanita Hall Lori Neely Terry Whitehead Robin Cox Marcie Stout

Seasons (1988-91) (1987-90) (1985-89) (1989-93) (1981-85) (1978-82) (1985-89) (1984-86) (1992-96) (1981-85)

9. 10.

Name Karra Jackson Madeline Richards Heather Brown Ashley Cox Chasity Williams Leah Moore Sara Wood Amanda Jackson Mollie Cooper Celine Cloutier

Seasons (1998-02) (2003- ) (1993-97) (1998-02) (2002-06) (2002-04) (1998-02) (1997-01) (1994-97) (1994-96)

Name Hillary Ross Karra Jackson Robin Adams Laura Winters Lori Neely Bridget Long Marcie Stout Jennifer Childs Debbie Green Terry Whitehead

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Name Terry Whitehead Sherry Chapman Robin Adams Debbie Green Sis Lawhead Viola Cowan Lakeshia Salters Melinda Godfrey Carla Northcutt Margaret Harris

Seasons (2002-04) (1998-02) (1987-90) (1988-92) (1985-89) (1990-94) (1981-85) (1999-03) (1988-91) (1984-86)

9. 10.

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17 18. 19. 20.

FGA 1595 1316 1242 1179 1144 1125 1085 1058 1000 942

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name Monica Owens Pam Walters Lorie Compton Nickie Snow Juanita Hall Carrie Shoffner Karra Jackson Isabel Gonzalez Sarah Crook Heather Brown Amanda Jackson Robin Cox Debbie Green Chasity Williams Marcie Stout Laura Winters Liz McQueen Rachel Peach Lori Neely Madeline Richards

7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Karra Jackson Madeline Richards Heather Brown Chasity Williams Ashley Cox Sara Wood Amanda Jackson Mollie Cooper Leah Moore Celine Cloutier

FTM 408 390 366 349 339 284 280 259 253 253

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Hillary Ross Lori Neely Karra Jackson Laura Winters Robin Adams Marcie Stout Bridget Long Jennifer Childs Robin Cox Carrie Shoffner

Avg. 21.9 20.6 20.2 19.9 19.7 17.6 16.6 16.6 15.7 13.1

Pos. 1. 2.

Name Hillary Ross Bridget Long Tracey Faison Brandy Brown Ruth Simpson Melinda Godfrey Robin Cox Denise Ackermann Jennifer Childs Debbie Green

Seasons (1998-02) (2003- ) (1993-97) (2002-06) (1998-02) (1998-02) (1997-01) (1994-97) (2002-04) (1994-96)

3FGA 419 358 352 297 243 243 214 211 200 168

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Terry Whitehead Robin Adams Sherry Chapman Brandy Brown Lori Neely Debbie Green Carrie Shoffner Robin Cox Jennifer Childs April Hutsell

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

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Seasons (1984-86) (1987-90) (1986-88) (1994-98) (1985-89) (1988-91) (1985-89) (1992-96) (1999-03) (1995-99)

(minimum 50 att and 45 Name Seasons Madeline Richards (2003- ) Ashley Cox (1998-02) Suzanne Hopkins (1989-93) Karra Jackson (1998-02) Leah Moore (2002-04) Celine Cloutier (1994-96) Amanda Jackson (1997-01) Heather Brown (1993-97) Mollie Cooper (1994-97) Chasity Williams (2002-06)

FG Pct. .571 (487-853) .566 (648-1144) .520 (295-567) .517 (375-725) .517 (487-942) .512 (816-1595) .510 (633-1242) .509 (462-907) .503 (350-696) .500 (313-626)

made) FG Pct. .439 (137-358) .420 (102-243) .406 (58-143) .389 (163-419) .370 (74-200) .357 (60-168) .336 (72-214) .330 (116-352) .322 (68-211) .320 (95-297)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE FTA 579 537 521 478 443 394 387 362 343 331

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Robin Adams Terry Whitehead Sherry Chapman Ninnie Norwood Melinda Godfrey Debbie Green Karra Jackson Natasha Davis Amanda Jackson Bridget Long

BLOCKS Seasons (2000-04) (1990-94) (1988-92) (1994-98) (1992-94) (1996-98) (1992-96) (1992-96) (1999-03) (1988-91)

Ass. 577 476 469 452 375 374 359 358 350 346 295 285 280 263 228 218 217 210 189 187

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Seasons (2000-04) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1988-92) (1987-90) (1981-85) (1990-94) (1999-03) (1992-96) (1985-89)

Seasons (1986-90) (1989-93) (1983-87) (1984-88) (1978-82) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1997-99) (2000-04) (1993-97) (1997-01) (1992-96) (1988-91) (2002-06) (1981-85) (1988-92) (1980-84) (1981-85) (1985-89) (2003- )

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.(T)

SCORING AVERAGE Seasons (1984-86) (1986-88) (1987-90) (1988-91) (1980-82) (1978-79) (1999-00) (1996-98) (1993-94) (1983-84)

Seasons (1988-91) (1978-82) (1985-89) (1981-85) (1987-90) (1989-93) (1981-85) (1984-88) (1986-90) (1985-89)

3-FGM 163 157 116 102 95 74 72 72 68 60

FREE THROWS MADE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8.

ASSISTS Reb. 1160 859 736 709 664 655 605 580 540 520 519 503 488 474 460 459 450 447 442 431

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

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Seasons (2000-04) (1985-89) (1992-93) (1994-98) (1982-86) (1987-90) (1990-94) (1984-86) (1988-91) (1992-95) (2001-04) (1980-82) (1978-82) (1988-92) (1996-00) (1986-90) (1989-93) (1979-81) (1980-84) (1998-02)

Seasons (1987-90) (1984-86) (1986-88) (1990-92) (1996-98) (1988-91) (1998-02) (1996-00) (1997-01) (1990-94)

FT Pct. .826 (366-443) .824 (253-307) .813 (191-235) .794 (158-199) .783 (224-286) .783 (253-323) .749 (390-521) .748 (160-214) .742 (236-318) .738 (284-385)

STEALS Blks 141 140 140 91 66 60 60 57 53 52

Pos. 1. 2.(T) 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Carrie Shoffner Monica Owens Nickie Snow Chasity Williams Karra Jackson Robin Adams Pam Walters Robin Cox Laura Winters Ashley Cox

Seasons (1985-89) (1986-90) (1984-88) (2002-06) (1998-02) (1987-90) (1989-93) (1992-96) (1988-92) (1998-00)

Steals 251 243 243 206 196 193 190 179 162 161

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Name Robin Adams Debbie Green Terry Whitehead Debbie Green Debbie Green Robin Adams Terry Whitehead Robin Cox Sis Lawhead Melinda Godfrey Viola Cowan

Pos. 1. 2.(T)

Name Debbie Green Debbie Green Terry Whitehead Robin Adams Debbie Green Robin Adams Terry Whitehead Robin Cox Sis Lawhead Lakeshia Salters

Seasons (1988-89) (1989-90) (1985-86) (1988-89) (1990-91) (1989-90) (1984-85) (1995-96) (1980-81) (1997-98) (1978-79)

REBOUNDS Gms 35 31 27 35 30 30 29 25 24 27 27

Pts 706 690 655 631 586 582 572 525 486 476 476

Pos. 1. 2. 3.(T) 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Hillary Ross Terry Whitehead Lakeshia Salters Robin Cox Lori Neely Robin Adams Hillary Ross Sis Lawhead Hillary Ross Lu Elliott

FGM 290 274 274 264 252 226 213 206 206 191

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Debbie Green Debbie Green Debbie Green Robin Adams Juanita Hall Terry Whitehead Marcie Stout Sis Lawhead Terry Whitehead Nickie Snow

FIELD GOALS MADE

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.(T) 10.

Seasons (1989-90) (1988-89) (1985-86) (1988-89) (1990-91) (1990-91) (1984-85) (1995-96) (1980-81) (1999-00)

5. 7. 8. 9.

Name Seasons Karra Jackson (2001-02) Madeline Richards (2003-04) Madeline Richards (2005-06) Madeline Richards (2004-05) Karra Jackson (1999-00) Leah Moore (2002-03) Ashley Cox (2001-02) Mollie Cooper (1995-96) Karra Jackson (2000-01) Ashley Cox (2000-01) Heather Brown (1995-96)

Gms 27 29 27 27 27 30 27 28 27 27 28

Name Viola Cowan Robin Adams Terry Whitehead Melinda Godfrey Robin Adams Hillary Ross Hillary Ross Karra Jackson Lori Neely Karra Jackson

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Terry Whitehead Debbie Green Robin Adame Sherry Chapman Sis Lawhead Robin Adams Sherry Chapman Terry Whitehead Debbie Green Robin Adams

Seasons (1978-79) (1988-89) (1984-85) (1997-98) (1989-90) (2003-04) (2001-02) (1999-00) (1986-87) (2000-01)

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Madeline Richards Karra Jackson Madeline Richards Mollie Cooper Karra Jackson Leah Moore Heather Brown Ashley Cox Karra Jackson Madeline Richards

Gms 27 35 29 27 30 29 27 27 31 27

FTM 174 168 146 136 128 126 117 115 113 110

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Name Viola Cowan Robin Adams Lori Neely Hillary Ross Terry Whitehead Melinda Godfrey Hillary Ross Karra Jackson Robin Cox Lori Neely

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.(T)

FGA 541 530 524 472 469 441 418 413 412 410

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7. 8. 9. 10.

Seasons (1988-89) (1990-91) (1989-90) (1988-89) (1978-79) (1985-86) (1983-84) (1980-81) (1984-85) (1986-87)

Gms 35 30 31 35 27 27 28 24 29 31

Gms 27 31 18 21 24 35 17 29 30 30

Avg. 24.3 22.3 21.7 21.0 20.3 20.2 20.1 19.7 19.5 19.4

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Seasons (2003-04) (2001-02) (2005-06) (1995-96) (2000-01) (2002-03) (1995-96) (2001-02) (1999-00) (2004-05)

Gms 29 27 27 28 27 30 28 27 27 27

Seasons (1978-79) (1988-89) (1986-87) (2003-04) (1984-85) (1997-98) (2001-02) (1999-00) (1995-96) (1987-88)

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Seasons (1988-89) (1997-98) (1989-90) (1981-82) (1984-85) (1987-88) (1985-86) (1991-92) (1994-95) (1998-99) (1986-87)

Gms 35 27 31 23 29 29 27 28 26 24 31

Ass. 230 220 190 180 162 162 160 144 139 138 138

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Seasons (1997-98) (1985-86) (2000-01) (1989-90) (1999-00) (1985-86) (1988-89) (1997-98) (1987-88) (1988-89)

Gm 27 27 27 30 27 25 35 27 18 35

FG Pct. .650 (165-254) .621 (274-441) .583 (102-175) .582 (226-388) .574 (191-333) .568 (54-95) .559 (264-472) .556 (50-90) .556 (158-284) .556 (160-288)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

3FGA 132 131 130 117 115 112 109 100 98 96

# Name Seasons 1. Ashley Cox (2000-01) 2. Madeline Richards (2004-05) 3. Karra Jackson (1999-00) 4. Mareme Konate (2004-05) 5. Karra Jackson (2001-02) 6. Madeline Richards (2003-04) 7. Suzanne Hopkins (1992-93) 8. Madeline Richards (2005-06) 9. Ashley Cox (2001-02) 10. Celine Cloutier (1995-96)

Gms 27 35 31 29 29 27 27 27 28 30

FTA 232 203 198 185 178 173 162 159 155 155

# Name Seasons 1. Robin Adams (1989-90) 2. Sherry Chapman (1987-88) 3. Debbie Green (106-126) 4. Terry Whitehead (1985-86) 5. Robin Adams (1988-89) 6. Madeline Richards (2004-05) 7. Terry Whitehead (1984-85) 8. Laura Winters (1988-89) 9. Amanda Jackson (1999-00) 10. Ninnie Norwood (1991-92)

Gms 31 35 29 30 28 30 17 25 27 27 26

Blks 52 51 49 47 40 38 38 35 35 32 32

Gm 27 27 27 27 27 29 27 27 27 26

3-FG Pct. .500 (38-76) .479 (46-96) .469 (46-98) .453 (34-75) .443 (58-131) .432 (57-132) .431 (25-58) .415 (54-130) .410 (41-100) .405 (34-84)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

BLOCKS Name Tracey Faison Tracey Faison Hillary Ross Hillary Ross Bridget Long Bridget Long Sherry Chapman 8. Bridget Long Ruth Simpson 10.(T) Jamie Jackson Brandy Brown

Name Monica Owens Isabel Gonzalez Monica Owens Juanita Hall Lorie Compton Nickie Snow Nickie Snow Pam Walters Robin Cox Isabel Gonzalez Lorie Compton

Name Brandy Brown Terry Whitehead Jennifer Childs Robin Adams Lakeshia Salters Lori Neely Robin Adams Leslie Redmond Robin Adams Carrie Shoffner

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

SCORING AVERAGE Seasons (1985-86) (1989-90) (1987-88) (1986-87) (1980-81) (1988-89) (1987-88) (1984-85) (1990-91) (1989-90)

Reb. 352 318 294 294 288 286 285 269 268 265

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

3FGM 58 57 54 46 46 44 41 41 40 38 38

FREE THROWS MADE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

ASSISTS Gms 30 29 27 28 31 35 29 25 27 28

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Gms 31 35 27 35 30 30 29 28 24 27

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Seasons (2002-03) (1984-85) (1999-00) (1995-96) (1986-87) (1988-89) (2003-04) (1980-81) (2001-02) (1983-84)

Gm FT Pct. 30 .859 (128-149) 17 .853 (87-102) 31 .841 (106-126) 27 .829 (107-129) 35 .828 (168-203) 27 .821 (55-67) 29 .820 (146-178) 34 .813 (91-112) 27 .812 (69-85) 28 .803 (98-122)

STEALS Pos. 1. 2. 3.(T) 5. 6. 7. 8.(T) 10.

Name Robin Adams Nickie Snow Sherry Chapman Nickie Snow Monica Owens Robin Cox Chasity Williams Robin Cox Lorie Compton Jill Cox

Seasons (1988-89) (1987-88) (1986-87) (1986-87) (1988-89) (1994-95) (2004-05) (1995-96) (1986-87) (1985-86)

Gms 35 29 21 31 35 26 27 28 31 27

Stl 93 81 80 80 77 73 72 70 70 69

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INDIVIDUAL Most Points Scored 39, Terry Whitehead vs. Lee, 02-10-86 39, Debbie Green vs. Tusculum, 02-17-1990 Most Field Goals Made 17, Rachel Peach vs. Lee, 02-05-83 Most Field Goals Attempted 31, Debbie Green at Tusculum, 02-17-90 Best Field Goal Percentage 1.000 (11-11) by Robin Adams vs. UNC-Pembroke 01-05-90 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 6, Madeline Richards vs. Voorhees, 11-29-03 6, Amanda Jackson vs. Montevallo, 01-13-01 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 12, Madeline Rochards at West Alabama, 02-16-04 Best 3-Point Percentage 1.000 (4-4) by Ashley Cox (2-24-01 and 1-29-01) 1.000 (4-4) by Mollie Cooper vs. Union, 12-09-94 Most Free Throws Made 17, Rachel Peach vs. Lee, 02-05-83 Most Free Throw Attempts 19, Hillary Ross vs. West Florida, 02-07-04 19, Lu Elliott vs. Mars Hill, 01-12-84 19, Janice Mayes vs. Knoxville, 1979-80 Best Free Throw Percentage 1.000 (12-12) Karra Jackson vs. UNA, 1-25-01 Most Rebounds 25, Robin Cox vs. North Greenville, 02-26-96 Most Assists 17, Robin Cox vs. North Alabama, 02-25-95 Most Steals 8, Sarah Crook at Concord, 11-22-03 8, Karra Jackson at North Alabama, 01-24-02 8, Sara Wood vs. Bluefield State, 12-03-01 8, Ashley Cox at Union, 11-27-01 8, Karra Jackson vs. Valdosta State, 02-07-00 8, Sherry Chapman at Union (TN), 02/27/87 Most Blocked Shots 8, Amy Johnson vs. Alice Lloyd, 12-06-88

LINCOLN MEMORIAL Individual Points .................................... 36 by Bridget Long vs. Gardner-Webb 12-14-91 FG made .............................. 14 by Robin Cox vs. Cumberland College 2-8-96 FG attempted ............. 24 by 2, MR by Robin Cox vs. North Greenville 2-26-96 FG percentage ... 1.000 (8-8) by Dawn Skelcher vs. Mississippi - Women 2-19-01 3FG made ........ 6 by 2, MR by Madeline Richards vs. West Alabama 2-4-06 3 FG attempted ........ 12 by Madeline Richards vs. West Alabama 2-4-06 3 FG percentage .... 1.000 (5-5) by Madeline Richards vs. FVSU 11-15-04 FT made ............... 13 by Melinda Godfrey on 1-4-97 and 11-22-97 FT attempted .............. 19 by Hillary Ross vs. West Florida 2-7-04 FT percentage ......... 1.000 (12-12) by Karra Jackson vs. North Alabama 1-25-01 Off. Rebounds ........................ 14 by Robin Cox vs. North Greenville 2-26-96 Def. Rebounds ................... 13 by Hillary Ross vs. Carson-Newman 12-3-02 Total Rebounds ......................... 25 by Robin Cox vs. North Greenville 2-26-96 Assists ................................. 17 by Robin Cox vs. North Alabama 2-25-95 Turnovers ............................ 11 by Pam Walters vs. Tennessee-Martin 2-15-92 Blocks ...................... 6 by 2, MR by Hillary Ross vs. West Georgia 2-28-04 and vs. Alabama-Huntsville 1-24-04 Steals ........................ 8 by 2, MR by Sara Wood vs. Bluefield State 12-3-01 Team Points FG made FG attempted FG percentage 3FG made 3 FG attempted 3 FG percentage FT made FT attempted FT percentage Off. rebounds Def. rebounds Total rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals Points 1st half Points 2nd half

Low 47 vs. Valdosta State 1-7-06 13 vs. Valdosta State 2-10-03 35 vs. Valdosta State 1-7-06 .271 (13-48) vs. VSU 2-10-03 0 vs. 11 (UM 2-9-02) 0 vs. 3 .000 vs. 11 (UM 2-9-02) 3 vs. UWF 1-17-03 4 vs. UWF 1-17-03 .267 (4-15) vs. Bluefield St. 1-11-93 5 vs. Valdosta State 1-13-96 14 vs. Mississippi College 2-11-95 24 vs. Valdosta State 1-13-96 7 by 2, MR vs. Tusculum 12-3-05 8 vs. Berry 1-27-92 0 vs. 7 0 vs. West Georgia 2-22-97 16 vs. 2, MR vs. VSU 2-9-04 22 vs. Montevallo 1-11-03

OPPONENTS Individual Points ...................................... 35 by Tanisha Rickman, West Florida 1-10-98 FG made .................................... 14 by Serita Gauldin, North Alabama 2-16-98 FG attempted .............................. 25 by Shelly White, Bluefield State 11-16-98 FG percentage ...... .769 (10-13) by Jametria Hannah, USC-Spartanburg 2-10-92 3FG made ................. 6 by 6, MR by Jennifer Hendricks, Montevallo 2-6-06 3 FG attempted ............................. 14 by Kristi Coffee, West Georgia 1-25-95 3 FG percentage ........................ 1.000 (5-5) by Shelly Leonard, Queens 2-5-92 FT made ......................................... 15 by Jennifer Bass, West Florida 2-1-97 FT attempted ................................. 21 by Jennifer Bass, West Florida 2-1-97 FT percentage ................................................................ 1.000 (10-10) by 2 Off. rebounds .......................... 11 by 2, MR by Crystal Martin, KWC 12-6-00 Def. rebounds ............................. 14 by Jennifer Bass, West Florida 2-1-97 Total rebounds ................................. 21 by Jennifer Bass, West Florida 2-1-97 Assists ..................................... 12 by Gretchen Prince, West Alabama 1-6-97 Turnovers ...................... 10 by 5, MR by Andy Whitehead, Union (KY) 2-20-03 Blocks ......................... 7 by Tracy Sprolden, Valdosta State 2-7-00 and 2-12-01 Steals ........................................ 7 by Charlotte Griffin, West Florida 1-10-98

TEAM Most Points Scored 132, vs. Lees-McRae, 11-14-98 Most Field Goals Made 55, vs. Maryville, 02-12-87 Most Field Goals Attempted 102, at Maryville, 02-12-87 Best Field Goal Percentage (20 made) .651 (41-63), vs. Longwood, 12-02-89 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 13, vs. West Alabama, 01-15-05 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 29, (by 3) vs. West Alabama, 01-15-05 vs. Carson-Newman, 12-03-02 vs. Bluefield State, 12-03-01 Best 3-Point Percentage (10 made) .625 (10-16), at Benedict, 12-11-04 Most Free Throws Made 42, vs. Valdosta State, 01-14-02 Most Free Throw Attempts 56, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 11-22-97 Best Free Throw Percentage (10 made) 1.000 (16-16) at Kentucky Wesleyan, 12-04-89 Most Rebounds 66, vs. Milligan, 02-09-80 Most Assists 34, at Tusculum, 02-08-86 Most Steals 29, vs. Francis Marion, 11-20-92 Most Blocked Shots 12, vs. Carson-Newman, 01-18-93

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High 132 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98 51 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98 95 vs. Francis Marion 11-20-93 .643 (36-56) vs. Queens 1-21-95 13 vs. West Alabama 1-15-05 29 vs. 3, (MR vs. UWA 1-15-05) .778 (7-9) vs. Union 12-9-94 41 vs. KY Wesleyan 11-22-97 56 vs. KY Wesleyan 11-22-97 .955 (21-22) vs. MUW 2-17-03 28 vs. Francis Marion 11-20-93 44 vs. West Georgia 2-22-97 61 vs. 4 30 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98 31 vs. West Georgia 1-24-98 12 vs. Carson-Newman 1-18-93 29 vs. Francis Marion 11-20-93 63 vs. North Alabama 2-16-98 70 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98

Team Points FG made FG attempted FG percentage 3FG made 3 FG attempted 3 FG percentage FT made FT attempted FT percentage Off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals Points 1st half Points 2nd half

High Low 98 by North Alabama 2-16-98 36 by 2, MR by Benedict 11-29-05 35 by Berry 1-27-92 11 by Benedict 11-29-05 84 by Union 12-5-98 39 by Valdosta State 2-12-01 .552 (32-58) by VSU 1-13-96 .211 (15-71) by West Georgia 2-22-97 14 by Union 12-5-98 0 by 10, most recent by MUW 2-19-01 33 by 2, MR by UAH 2-22-03 0 by Erskine 12-10-93 .632 (12-19) by West Florida 1-17-00 .000 by 10 (MUW 2-19-01) 33 by West Alabama 2-4-06 0 by Bluefield St. 1-11-93 44 by West Florida 2-1-97 1 by Bluefield St. 1-11-93 .909 (20-22) by UVA-Wise 11-29-01 .000 (0-1) by BSC 1-11-93 27 by Benedict 11-15-03 4 by Alabama-Huntsville 2-2-02 42 by West Florida 2-1-97 11 by Tusculum 12-21-91 66 by West Florida 2-1-97 17 by 2 (UAH, 2-2-02) 21 by 5 (MR by MUW 2-17-03) 3 by Gardner-Webb 12-18-92 46 by Francis Marion 11-20-93 9 by Tusculum 12-21-91 10 by 2, MR by Carson-Newman 12-17-04 0 by 31 1991-03 18 by Fort Valley State, 11-15-05 4 by 9 (MR by USC-Upstate 1-3-05) 57 by North Alabama 2-16-98 13 by Benedict 11-15-03 61 by Kennesaw St. 12-14-92 14 by Bluefield State 12-17-03

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LADY RAILSPLITTER HONOR ROLL LADY RAILSPLITTER HONOR ROLL ALL-AMERICANS

Terry Whitehead NAIA All-American Honorable Mention 1985 First Team 1986

Sherry Chapman NAIA All-American First Team 1987 Second Team 1988

Robin Adams NAIA All-American Second Team 1989 Third Team 1990

Debbie Green NAIA All-American Honorable Mention 1989 Second Team 1990 Honorable Mention 1991

Lakeshia Salters NCAA Division II Kodak/WBCA 2000 All-American

ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE

Heather Brown 1994 GSC-East Freshman of the Year

Anita Nelums East Team 1994

Celine Cloutier East Team 1996

Robin Cox East Team 1995, 1996

Brandy Brown Second Team 1998

Melinda Godfrey First Team 1998

Lakeshia Salters First Team 2000

Karra Jackson 1999 GSC-East Freshman of the Year Second Team 2000 First Team 2001, 2002

Sarah Crook Second Team 2003

Hillary Ross First Team 2003 Second Team 2004 All-Tournament 2003

Madeline Richards 2004 GSC-East Freshman of the Year

All-Volunteer State Athletic Conference Juanita Hall (First Team 1978-79, 1979-80) Lesia Chadwell (Second Team 1978-79) Terry Whitehead (1985-86) Carrie Shoffner (1985-86) All-Tennessee Valley Athletic Conference Sherry Chapman (1986-87, 1987-88) Nickie Snow (1986-87) Lori Neely (1986-87) Carrie Shoffner (1987-88, 1988-89) Robin Adams (1987-88, 1988-89) Debbie Green (1988-89) All-NAIA District 24 Robin Adams* (1988-89, 1989-90) Debbie Green (1988-89, 1989-90) NCAA Division II All-South Region Robin Cox (Second Team 1995-96) Melinda Godfrey (Second Team 1997-98) Lakeshia Salters (First Team 1999-00)

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Conference/District MVP/Player of the Year Terry Whitehead* (VSAC East Co-MVP 1985-86) Sherry Chapman* (TVAC & Dist. 24 1986-87) Debbie Green* (TVAC 1988-89, District 24 1989-90) Conference/District Player of the Week Juanita Hall ( NAIA District 24 1978-79) Lu Elliott (NAIA District 24 1983-84) Robin Cox (GSC-East 1994-95, 1995-96) Celine Cloutier (GSC-East 1995-96) Melinda Godfrey (GSC-East 1996-97, 1997-98) Jennifer Childs (GSC-East 2000-01) Ashley Cox (GSC-East 2000-01, 2001-02) Karra Jackson (GSC-East 2000-01) Hillary Ross (GSC-East 2000-01, 2002-03) Leah Moore (GSC-East 2002-03) Karmella Wynne (GSC-East 2002-03) Stephanie Clinton (GSC-East 2003-04) Madeline Richards (GSC-East 2004-05)

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LADY RAILSPLITTERS IN THE LMU ATHLETICS HALL-OF-FAME

MODERN ERA

Robin Adams 1987-90

Brandy Brown 1994-98

Sherry Chapman 1986-88

Lorie Compton 1983-87

Robin Cox 1992-96

Melinda Godfrey 1996-98

Debbie Green 1988-91

Juanita Hall 1978-82

Lori Neely 1985-89

Carrie Shoffner 1985-89

Nickie Snow 1984-88

Pam Walters 1989-93

Terry Whitehead 1984-86

Laura Winters 1989-92

The LMU Athletes’ Hall of Fame was founded in 1981 and the first class of 46 was inducted during homecoming activities that year. The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to identify and honor those athletes that developed outstanding skills and represented LMU in a wholesome manner. The original location of the Hall of Fame display was in the Mars Gym but with the opening of the Turner Arena in 1991, the Hall moved to it’s current location. EARLY ERA Dorothy Teague Bruce Gillie Queener Carter Edna Sharp Cherry Latrina Gibson Fox Mildred Peck Galyon Mary Ruth Thomas Keene Sally Claxton Laurence Dorothy Riggs Lewallen Onelda Hulburnt McCubbins Sue Longmire Moody Agnes “Sol” Music Irene Peck Perry Etta Rasnic Geneva Whitaker Rutherford Lucy Bales Sharp Gertrude Bales Shoun Meda Parsons Smalley Cinda Parsons Smith Geraldine Weakley Statler Jama Marcum Stooksbury Helen Wallace

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1930-35 1930-32 1931-33 1927-29, 1932-34 1933-35, 1937-38 1940-42 1930-32 1935-39 1930-34 1931-33 1929-31 1932-36 1928-32 1935-37 1929-33 1929-31 1929-32 1929-31 1938-42 1934-38 1931-33

The Athletes’ Hall of Fame room is located on the lower level of the Turner Arena. On display are plaques representing all the members and various displays of newspapers and other memorabilia. If you would like to visit, please stop by the athletic offices and ask for a tour.

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LADY RAILSPLITTER ALL-TIME ROSTER (1978-present) Denise Ackermann Jennifer Acree Robin Adams Kendra Agnew Wisemane Alcema Julie Arnold Sandy Bailey Brenda Barnard Heather Benton Amanda Berry Sarah Berry Tennille Blair Betsy Bowser Jennifer Brannan Jill Breeden Dawnya Breeding Tracy Brooks Brandy Brown Heather Brown Lori Capps Amy Carlyle Lisa Caudill Lesia Chadwell Sherry Chapman Jennifer Childs Stacey Childs Stephanie Clinton Celine Cloutier Christy Cobb Johnette Collins Lorie Compton Donna Conner Mollie Cooper Viola Cowan Ashley Cox Jill Cox Robin Cox Sarah Crook Cindy Davis Elaine Davis Natasha Davis Katie DePersio Laura Elliot Lu Elliott Tracey Faison Kate Fane Jackie Ford Connie Freels Rachael Garland Nancy Garrett Lisa Giles Melinda Godfrey Sierra Golden Isabel Gonzalez Debbie Green

1992-96 1998-00 1987-90 1991-93 2005-present 2004-05 1986-87 1981-83 2004-present 1996-00 2000-04 1995-97 2006-present 2002-03 1982-86 1995-97 2001-02 1994-98 1993-97 1995-99 1989-91 1987-91 1978-80 1986-88 1999-03 2001-05 2002-05 1994-96 1997-98 1991-92 1983-87 1978-80 1994-97 1978-79 1998-02 1985-86,87-88 1992-96 2000-04 1985-86 1985-86 1996-00 2002-06 2006-present 1983-85 1988-92 2005-present 1982-83 1980-81 1991-92 1978-79 1978-79 1996-98 2005-06 1997-99 1988-91

Lawanna Green Kim Greene Juanita Hall Kim Harber Margaret Harris Sarah Harrison Cathy Hart Dee-Dee Hedrick Angie Henderson Tanya Hill Lynn Holliday Charlene Hopkins Kim Hopkins Kristi Hopkins Suzanne Hopkins Kerri Hosier Becky Hudson Lisa Hurt April Hutsell Amanda Jackson Jamie Jackson Karra Jackson Amy Johnson Latoya Johnson Sidney Johnson Leigh Jones Donna Kirk Mareme Konate Terry Kyle Dale Lacy Jenny Lamb Amy Laplace Sis Lawhead Kelly Lindsey Bridget Long Carrie Lundy Tracey Martin Janice Mayes Liz McQueen Lori Merriman Mindy Miller Buffy Moore Jennifer Moore Leah Moore Saundra Moore Rhonda Moyers Stephanie Napier Lori Neely Anita Nelums Carla Northcutt Ninnie Norwood Sabrina O'Quinn Dawn Ogden Joy Ogle Monica Owens

1987-90 1983-84 1978-82 1982-83 1983-84 2005-present 1978-80 1991-93 1993-94 1979-81 1990-91 1982-83 1985-87 1998-00 1989-93 1999-00 1992-94 1981-83 1995-99 1997-01 2003-05 1998-02 1988-89 2005-present 2005-present 1997-98 1978-80 2003-05 1978-80,82-83 1981-83 1990-92 2004-06 1980-82 1992-94 1990-94 1993-94 1980-84 1979-81 1980-84 1979-81 2000-02 2001-02 2000-01 2002-04 1984-85 1982-84 1996-97 1985-89 1992-95 1993-94 1990-92 1978-80 1991-93 1986-89 1986-90

Sanchen Owens Rachel Peach Lou-Ann Perry Shelley Phillips Jamie Ratcliff Rose Rector Leslie Redmond Madeline Richards Olivia Reynolds Karen Roberts Jeananne Romines Candice Rose Hillary Ross Jamie Russell Karen Russell Kelsi Salas Christi Salmons Lakeshia Salters Jennifer Sexton Tammy Shelton Carrie Shoffner Ruth Simpson Dawn Skelcher Jo Sloan Christy Smith Nickie Snow Kelly Spangler Brenda Stargardt Leigh-Anne Stone Marcie Stout Kim Summey Missy Taylor Angie Tinnel Linda Tolbert Ashley Trosper Lorena Valle Morgane Vannoy Whitney Vannoy Jennifer Venable Kenya Wade Michelle Walker Pam Walters Paula Watson Sandra Webb Sheila Whitehead Terry Whitehead Chasity Williams Andi Winney Laura Winters Christy Wiseman Sara Wood Kim Woolum Karmella Wynne Kelly Youhas

1979-81 1981-85 1984-85 1994-95 1995-97 1980-81,82-83 1996-00 2003-present 2001-05 1978-79 1990-92 2003-06 2000-04 1986-88 1983-84 2005-present 1988-91 1999-00 1996-98 1992-94 1985-89 1992-94 2000-02 1978-80 1992-93,94-96 1984-88 1999-00 1981-82 1989-92 1981-85 1981-83 1979-81 1984-85 1981-82 2004-05 1987-88 2000-04 2006-present 1994-95 1998-99 1980-81 1989-93 1986-87 1983-84 1984-86 1984-86 2002-06 2006-present 1988-92 2000-01,02-03 1998-02 1994-95 2001-04 2005-present

Tennessee Sports Writers Association College Basketball All-State Team The Tennessee Sports Writers Association is an organization of media writers whose purpose is to promote Tennessee high school and college sports. Their annual All-State College basketball team is open to any player at any level at a college or university in Tennessee. The following Lady Railsplitters have been named to the TSWA All-State team.

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LADY RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Scores before the 1978-79 season are based upon the available information. If you have any additions or corrections, please call the LMU Sports Information Office at (423) 869-6236.

Mrs. Hobart Smith* 1926 Overall 5-3 (.625) *died during season. Remaining games coached by Miss Atkinson.

1926 (5-3) Cumberland (KY) LaFollette High Barbourville High Union (KY) LaFollette High Cumberland (KY) Johnson Bible College Milligan

L W W L W W W L

10-25 26-25 26-18 18-22 28-21 14-7 20-17 19-25

1927-29 -- Unknown Only known scores are listed. Some results are known but not listed due to no score being available.

1927 (4-0) Johnson Bible College

W

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1934 (11-1) at TN Wesleyan W at Huntsville (TN) Ind. W Huntsville (TN) Ind. W Milligan L Hiwassee W TN Wesleyan W Other scores not available.

L

Morristown High W Woodruff’s W at Jellico High L at Hiwassee W TN Wesleyan W at Young Harris (GA) L Charleston (TN) High W Young Harris (GA) W Milligan L at TN Wesleyan W Hiwassee W at Milligan L Other scores not available.

1929 (5-3)

1930 (11-1^)

1931 (12-0) at Carson-Newman Appalachian State at Milligan Carson-Newman Emory and Henry at TN Tech at Middle TN State at TN Wesleyan at East TN State at Emory and Henry Milligan TN Wesleyan

W W W W W W W W W W W W

53-16 57-33 36-10 30-15 38-27 37-22 25-23 31-18 44-34 46-19 41-22 50-25

1932 (10-0^) Hiwassee W 53-9 ^ Includes wins over TN Wesleyan, Milligan, Emory and Henry and Hiwassee Other scores not available

1933 (12-0^) at Carson-Newman W 53-16 Hiwassee W 49-22 Athletic House W 52-25 Milligan W 45-37 Bristol Independents W 31-19 ^ Includes wins over Hiwassee, Milligan, and Emory and Henry Other scores not available.

1939-40 (10-0) Alumnae Athletic House at TN Eastman Clinton Ind. at Hiwassee at TN Wesleyan Hiwassee at TN Wesleyan Atlas Independents Coal Creek (TN) Ind.

29-16 38-15 25-26 69-9 44-11 24-36 35-13 39-27 21-28 39-13 55-14 27-35

W W W W W W W L L W W L W W

Knoxville Bus. Coll. Standard Knitting Mills Goodall Ind. at Goodall Ind. at Hiwassee Standard Knitting Mills Hiwassee Hyden (KY) Ind. Knoxville Bus. Coll.

76-31 32-20 35-31 62-47 41-37 N/A 38-28 27-28 21-26 46-31 32-20 N/A 49-28 43-29

20-6 33-40 40-26 33-16 N/A (By 20) 27-33 49-46 20-19 48-48 33-38 36-40 40-17

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W W L W W W W W W

43-9 18-10 29-35 35-18 34-15 28-9 27-24 27-17 32-23

1942-43 (No team- WWII)

$ $ $ $ $

at Hiwassee L at UVA-Wise W UVA-Wise W at UVA-Wise W Knoxville W UVA-Wise W King W Hiwassee W at King W St. Mary’s W vs. Milligan W vs. East TN State L vs. Maryville W Carson-Newman L TSCWF State Tournament

41-53 70-47 61-33 43-35 48-42 58-39 66-20 45-43 62-10 54-49 50-25 56-75 65-55 46-42

1974-75 (5-7) TN Temple Roane State St. Mary’s Hiwassee UVA-Wise UVA-Wise Carson-Newman TN Temple Hiwassee Knoxville at Maryville St. Mary’s

W L W L L W L L L W L W

48-39 58-66 62-33 59-85 55-65 49-41 63-66 26-30 46-88 57-47 48-55 51-47

1975-76 (0-4) Maryville at TN Wesleyan at UVA-Wise TN Wesleyan

L L L L

39-46 36-80 55-70 51-54

Elaine Minton 1976-78 Overall 10-8 (.556) 1976-77 (10-2^) Lees (KY) W 79-8 St. Mary’s W 58-33 Morristown (2OT) W 65-61 at Lees (KY) W 77-10 at Maryville L 49-55 ^ Based on available records. Other scores not available.

1977-78 (0-6) UVA-Wise Morristown at Maryville Tusculum TN Wesleyan Walters State

L L L L L L

57-75 45-101 40-54 47-89 55-79 44-101

C. W. Bradley 1944-45 Overall 8-2 (.800) 1943-44 (4-1) Scores not available.

1944-45 (4-1) Scores not available.

1938-39 (9-1) Alumnae Athletic House Sinclair Ind. Clinton Ravens at Hiwassee at TN Wesleyan Atlas Ind. Lake City (TN)All-Stars Hiwassee Jellico All-Stars

55-42 39-35 54-22 39-18 47-35 46-36 28-22 36-16 25-33

In 1931, a number of colleges declared that women’s basketball was too physically demanding and suggested that schools drop the sport. Schools like LMU were increasingly forced to play local “Independent” teams, which were made up of former high school and college players, in order to be able to play ball. In more than one case, the entire opposing team were former LMU players!

1937-38 (8-4-1) W L W W W L L W W T L W W

W W W W W W W W L

Why did they play so many independent ball teams?

Hugh Trent Ramsey 1930-36, 1938-42 Overall 131-15-1 (.895)

Alumnae Sinclair Independents Athletic House at Emory and Henry at VA Intermont at Hiwassee at TN Wesleyan Hiwassee at Milligan Clinton Independents Milligan TN Wesleyan at Emory and Henry

N/A 40-20 24-10 N/A 35-25 33-27 N/A 31-18 36-7 38-14

1941-42 (8-1)

1936-37 (11-3) Morristown High Alumnae Olsen’s Redheads G.V.C. Alumni (Ind.) Hiwassee at TN Wesleyan at Young Harris (GA) Athletic House at Milligan Hiwassee TN Wesleyan at Milligan Young Harris (GA) Dandridge Ind.

W W W W W W W W W W

1940-41 (8-1) vs. Goodall Ind. Goodall Ind. Athletic House Knoxville Bus. Coll. Knoxville Bus. Coll. Hiwassee Hiwassee at Hiwassee at Hiwassee

J.D. “Swede” Alexander 1936-37 (Interim) Overall 11-3 (.786)

No scores available

at Milligan L N/A Milligan W N/A at Appalachian State W N/A ^ Includes 2 wins over CarsonNewman, Hiwassee, ETSU and Emory & Henry. Other scores not available.

Wanda Ingle Trew, who played basketball for LMU from 1939-41, attended a LMU-UWF game in the 2002-03 season and had her photo taken with the Lady Railsplitter squad.

33-12 44-8 33-38 34-24 21-13

1935-36 (14-4)

1-58

Hugh Trent Ramsey 1930-36, 1938-42 Overall 131-15-1 (.895)

1973-74 (11-3)

1935 (9-1) Woodruff’s Ind. W at Huntsville (TN) Ind. W Milligan L TN Wesleyan W at TN Wesleyan W Other scores not available.

1928 (2-1) East TN State

Phyllis Noah 1973-76 Overall 16-14 (.533)

28-14 32-9 52-19 18-20 38-14 31-15

36-22 40-20 33-27 20-26 35-26 33-27 36-7 38-14 37-33 35-23

The women’s basketball team became an intramural team following the 194445 season. It was brought back in 197374 as a club sport. In the 1978-79 season, LMU offered scholarships and played a “full” schedule, marking the starting point of the “modern era” of Lady Railsplitter basketball.

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LADY RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Dennis Mann 1978-79 Overall 15-14 (.517) VSAC: 6-4 (.600) 1978-79 (15-14^, 6-4^ VSAC) Lees (KY) Hiwassee at Roane State at Morristown at Lees (KY) Morristown at UVA-Wise Roane State UVA-Wise at Walters State at Hiwassee Cleveland State at Cleveland State Knoxville at Knoxville * Carson-Newman at Maryville * Milligan * at Tusculum * TN Wesleyan * at Milligan * at TN Wesleyan * at Carson-Newman Maryville * Tusculum Walters State #season at Belmont ^ Includes 2 forfeits by

W W L L W L L L W W W L L W L L W W L W W L L W W L L King

72-30 89-80 61-103 70-93 79-35 70-87 70-93 61-77 79-72 69-66 70-62 64-84 36-92 80-53 88-94 62-82 50-47 81-52 53-62 81-77 65-60 59-76 80-102 71-63 72-71 63-66 52-61

Dave Miller 1979-82 Overall 37-36 (.507) VSAC: 83-65 (.560)

at TN Temple W * at Milligan W * at TN Wesleyan L Lee W * Tusculum L Cumberland (KY) W VSAC TOURNAMENT # TN Wesleyan L $ Walters State Tournament ^ Bryan Tournament

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W L W W W W W W L W W L L W L L W L W W L W W L

87-79 63-70 84-68 68-50 50-48 58-44 69-54 71-53 41-69 97-51 88-57 50-67 50-70 84-48 53-55 61-62 64-61 58-77 84-40 92-32 64-65 67-54 81-63 65-80

1980-81 (12-13, 2-6 VSAC) $ $

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at Cumberland (KY) at Walters State vs. Hiwassee Sue Bennett Union (KY) Knoxville vs. TN Temple at Bryan East TN State at Union (KY) Carson-Newman Milligan at Union (KY) at Tusculum TN Wesleyan TN Temple at Carson-Newman at Lee

W L L W L W W W L W L W L L L W L L

82-65 72-82 60-77 80-57 74-89 85-69 77-57 78-41 64-65 82-56 75-76 92-75 58-59 78-82 63-68 89-63 70-84 61-71

58-60

1981-82 (10-14, 2-6 VSAC) $ vs. Berry L $ vs. Piedmont (OT) L Alice Lloyd W at Campbellsville L Cumberland (KY) L at Union (KY) W at Alice Lloyd W Campbellsville L Union (KY) W Lee W * at Milligan L * Tusculum W * at TN Wesleyan L TN Temple W * Carson-Newman L TN Temple W * at Carson-Newman L at Cumberland (KY) L * Milligan L * TN Wesleyan L * at Tusculum W at Lee L # Tusculum W # Carson-Newman L $ TN Wesleyan Tournament

51-83 79-81 78-70 66-83 61-67 62-60 77-71 55-94 67-55 92-69 57-71 65-64 74-81 79-59 63-84 71-61 66-90 63-75 64-73 61-79 81-78 60-62 80-79 57-88

1984-85 (20-9, 6-6 VSAC)

1982-83 (11-14, 3-9 VSAC)

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at Cumberland (KY) Union (KY) UNC-Asheville Lee UVA-Wise at Union (KY) UVA-Wise Maryville Carson-Newman at TN Temple Milligan* at UNC-Asheville at Tusculum TN Wesleyan* Cumberland (KY) at Carson-Newman TN Temple at King at Milligan at TN Wesleyan King Tusculum at Lee at Maryville TN Wesleyan

L W L W W W W W L W L L L L W L W W L L W L L L L

77-86 76-73 74-81 80-73 100-53 86-72 80-53 73-68 51-55 59-57 59-78 49-75 73-85 78-101 79-73 58-104 83-66 90-36 62-79 57-83 86-59 58-70 79-82 76-78 62-96

1985-86 (20-8^, 8-4 VSAC)

$ *

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1983-84 (14-14, 5-7 VSAC)

* $

* * * *

Alice Lloyd Cumberland (KY) at Mars Hill at Union (KY) Lee at Cumberland(TN) vs.Pikeville at Alice Lloyd Union (KY) Mars Hill at Milligan at Carson-Newman at TN Wesleyan at King

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W L L W W L L W W W L L L W

75-84 56-92 72-62 78-51 94-84 67-87 89-66 94-67 80-95 112-75 67-92 86-85 56-89 62-84

Cumberland (KY) W 83-60 at Cumberland (KY) W 78-65 at Union (KY) L 68-71 Alice Lloyd W 96-74 $ vs. TN Wesleyan W 58-55 $ vs. Lee W 67-61 TN Temple W 75-44 at Maryville W 77-73 ^ vs. Pikeville W 79-66 ^ at Alice Lloyd W 75-72 * Lee W 68-57 at Union (KY) W 81-77 Maryville W 88-57 * at Milligan L 57-68 * at Tusculum L 94-97 * Carson-Newman L 71-84 * at TN Wesleyan L 59-88 * King W 86-70 * at Carson-Newman L 67-71 at Bryan W 72-61 * Milligan W 78-75 * TN Wesleyan W 71-70 Bryan W 82-63 * at King W 69-67 * Tusculum W 100-83 * at Lee (OT) L 88-91 # Lee W 89-65 # Carson-Newman L 63-75 % TN Wesleyan L 63-71 $ Cumberland (KY) Tournament ^ Alice Lloyd Tournament

Roger Vannoy 1982-current Overall 449-230 (.) VSAC/TVAC 49-29 (.628) GSC: 101-89 (.)

1979-80 (15-9, 4-4 VSAC) at Lees (KY) at Hiwassee Roane State at Union (KY) at Cumberland (KY) at Sue Bennett Lees (KY) Union (KY) at East TN State St. Mary’s Knoxville at Knoxville at Carson-Newman at Milligan Hiwassee Tusculum at TN Wesleyan Carson-Newman at St. Mary’s Milligan TN Wesleyan Cumberland (KY) at Tusculum Lambuth

at Cumberland (KY) L * Carson-Newman L Cumberland (TN) W at Maryville W * Milligan W * TN Wesleyan L Maryville W * King W * at Tusculum L * Tusculum W * at Lee L # Tusculum (OT) W # Carson-Newman L % TN Wesleyan L $ Alice Lloyd Tournament

73-54 86-48 68-70 72-67 59-65 74-61

93-64 81-84 63-80 62-47 80-79 54-75 86-87 71-63 76-60 89-76 88-95 65-87 62-81 97-56

# # $ ^

Alice Lloyd W 85-64 Pikeville W 85-77 at Union (KY) W 63-60 vs. Warren Wilson (OT) L 93-101 at Cumberland (KY) L 52-63 at Lee W 73-70 at TN Temple W 76-57 Union (KY) W 101-76 Cumberland (KY) W 72-59 at Campbellsville L 80-83 Maryville W 112-60 Campbellsville W 71-70 Milligan W 89-80 at Pikeville W 83-79 Tusculum W 90-71 at Carson-Newman L 62-66 TN Wesleyan W 82-79 at King W 69-67 Carson-Newman L 67-80 at Milligan L 67-79 at TN Wesleyan L 78-81 King W 81-68 Tusculum (OT) W 108-104 Lee W 97-65 at Maryville W 88-69 King W 91-71 TN Wesleyan (OT) L 65-68 Mars Hill Tournament includes forfeit by Mars Hill

Key: * GSC/VSAC/TVAC Game # GSC/VSAC Tournament % NAIA Dist. 24 Tournament ! NCAA Div. II Tournament 25

1986-87 (27-5, 10-0 TVAC) TVAC CHAMPIONS at Belmont at Pikeville Cumberland (KY) at Union (KY) at Alice Lloyd at Cumberland (KY) at UVA-Wise at Bristol Union (KY) at Campbellsville (OT) Maryville * Milligan Lindsey Wilson Pikeville * at Tusculum * Carson-Newman * at TN Wesleyan * at Carson-Newman UVA-Wise Bristol * at Milligan * TN Wesleyan Alice Lloyd at Covenant Lee at Maryville Lindsey Wilson * Tusculum * at Lee % King % Carson-Newman % Union (TN)

L W L L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

64-73 75-70 68-69 71-73 80-94 81-77 87-40 90-68 97-73 70-69 78-34 63-55 81-47 71-66 95-70 83-76 69-56 64-61 107-28 120-69 72-67 71-43 82-64 92-57 85-56 124-49 80-63 76-61 80-65 88-59 69-67 58-83

1987-88 (27-5^, 8-2 TVAC) TVAC CHAMPIONS at David Lipscomb W 82-73 at Pikeville L 64-72 at Cumberland (KY) W 85-50 David Lipscomb (OT) W 104-103 at Alice Lloyd W 84-76 Pikeville W 82-64 Bryan W 103-57 UVA-Wise W 83-66 Knoxville W 87-46 Alice Lloyd W 95-59 * at Milligan W 81-47 at Bryan W 80-49 * Tusculum W 83-49 * at Carson-Newman L 86-99 * TN Wesleyan W 92-68 at Bluefield (VA) W 82-36 * Carson-Newman L 66-73 Campbellsville W 79-55 at Milligan* W 87-65 at TN Wesleyan* W 77-60 * at Lee W 95-69 at UVA-Wise W 93-62 at East TN State L 76-82 * at Tusculum* W 107-91 Cumberland (KY) W 89-82 * Lee W 88-42 Bluefield (VA) W 116-65 % Carson-Newman W 78-71 %TN Wesleyan W 74-49 % Union (TN) L 75-80 ^ includes 2 forfeits (Campbellsville and Alice Lloyd)

1988-89 (28-7, 9-1 TVAC)

$ $ $ ~ ~

David Lipscomb at Alice Lloyd at Shorter at Berry at David Lipscomb Union (KY) at Pikeville at USC-Spartanburg at UVA-Wise at Maryville vs. Bethune-Cookman vs. SC State vs. Clark-Atlanta Alice Lloyd vs. Union (TN) vs. Lindsey Wilson Berry

W W W W L W L W W W L W W W L W W

83-74 88-73 91-61 81-69 72-77 89-62 87-101 94-84 74-50 73-66 66-67 93-71 90-66 94-54 78-85 83-58 89-74

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LADY RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS USC-Spartanburg W * at Tusculum W * Carson-Newman W * at TN Wesleyan W at Union (KY) L * at Carson-Newman W UVA-Wise W * Milligan W * TN Wesleyan W * Lee W Pikeville W * at Milligan* W * Tusculum W Bryan W * at Lee L % Lee W % Carson-Newman W % Union (TN) L $ Florida A&M Tournament ~ Belmont Tournament

83-65 97-55 84-67 75-70 67-68 84-77 108-45 97-86 89-60 91-64 94-74 100-57 87-52 107-68 83-91 77-68 85-76 78-98

1989-90 (26-5) $ Delta State L $ Missouri-Rolla W Berry (OT) L at East TN State W at USC-Spartanburg W Carson-Newman L Longwood W at KY Wesleyan W at Cumberland (KY) W at AL-Huntsville W Bluefield (VA) W UNC-Pembroke W at Carson-Newman W at UNC-Greensboro (OT) L at UNC-Pembroke W at Wofford W AL-Huntsville W Union (KY) W Alice Lloyd W at Longwood W at UT-Chattanooga (OT) W at Berry W Shorter W Wofford W at Union (KY) W at Alice Lloyd W at Tusculum W North Georgia W % Carson-Newman W % TN Wesleyan W % David Lipscomb L $ Bellarmine Tournament

57-111 80-74 85-91 77-68 84-72 69-72 108-77 78-74 79-72 91-68 92-37 97-69 80-67 97-98 84-64 89-82 103-70 102-84 106-52 96-82 89-85 75-72 95-54 91-73 79-66 95-63 93-75 81-75 86-78 105-72 85-87

The Turner Arena was opened on Feb. 2, 1991 when LMU defeated AlabamaHuntsville 112-95. All-American Debbie Green scored the first basket in the Arena.

1990-91 (23-8^) Cumberland (KY) at Union (KY) at North Georgia at KY State at Wofford KY Wesleyan Berry (OT) at Concord at Carson-Newman UT-Chattanooga Concord at USC-Spartanburg at North Alabama at AL-Huntsville Carson-Newman Milligan

W W L W W W W W L L W L L W W W

92-73 94-56 65-72 100-73 77-68 71-49 71-71 80-79 75-88 82-98 86-65 81-94 59-78 81-70 77-76 95-60

1993-94 (18-8, 8-6 GSC)

at Berry W 98-83 East TN State W 86-78 at USC-Aiken L 66-85 $ AL-Huntsville W 112-95 at UNC-Central W 80-58 at Milligan W 101-80 USC-Spartanburg W 88-61 Wofford W 101-67 Union (KY) W 95-74 USC-Aiken W 77-68 UNC-Greensboro L 74-76 % Tusculum W 86-84 % King W 93-75 % Belmont L 65-72 ^ includes forfeit by UNC-Central $ First game in Turner Arena

* $ $ * * * * * *

1991-92 (18-10) Milligan W Bluefield State W North Alabama W at Gardner-Webb W Carson-Newman W North Georgia W Gardner-Webb W Bellarmine L $ AL-Huntsville W $ Tusculum W at Carson-Newman L at UT-Martin L Longwood W at USC-Spartanburg W at North Georgia L AL-Huntsville W Berry (OT) W at Bluefield State L at Longwood W Queens W Wofford W USC-Spartanburg W at Kennesaw State L UT-Martin L at Berry L at Queens L at AL-Huntsville W at Wofford (OT) L $ LMU Holiday Tournament

* * * *

95-60 77-55 67-50 80-71 67-63 86-71 79-71 75-79 96-62 97-66 61-63 72-78 71-49 73-61 66-72 86-69 93-82 79-81 86-62 88-76 97-75 81-68 70-80 58-68 59-73 78-79 83-73 65-69

* * * # # $

1994-95 (16-10, 8-8 GSC)

56-53 70-87 73-77 77-69 74-76 74-79 93-79 79-62 67-61 79-60 82-41 77-63 68-66 84-67 79-60 67-72 77-83 94-62 99-52 78-65 73-98 73-50 57-79 66-59 102-64 99-67 73-83

1995-96 (18-10, 7-7 GSC) ^ ^ $ $ * * * * * * * * *

Key: * GSC/VSAC/TVAC Game # GSC/VSAC Tournament % NAIA Dist. 24 Tournament ! NCAA Div. II Tournament

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91-40 78-80 57-65 76-66 78-71 78-56 92-60 71-68 98-99 78-109 74-70 79-69 46-75 72-66 77-70 69-65 64-80 83-58 68-50 62-68 67-53 67-57 59-66 73-61 68-42 79-71 60-78

^ vs. Wofford W 69-67 ^ vs. Clayton State W 73-56 at Carson-Newman L 74-78 ~ vs. Fairmont State W 80-69 ~ at Bluefield State W 74-39 Milligan W 81-51 $ Union (KY) W 84-59 $ Gardner-Webb W 77-67 Carson-Newman L 63-79 * at MS College L 64-67 * at West Alabama W 78-66 * Valdosta State L 73-83 * West Alabama W 75-66 QueensW 88-80 * West Georgia (OT) W 82-79 * at West Florida L 60-76 * at Valdosta State L 66-98 * AL-Huntsville L 60-72 * MS-Women W 85-76 * at North Alabama L 51-61 * MS College* W 67-66 * at MS-Women L 68-77 * West Florida W 77-72 * at AL-Huntsville L 66-78 * at West Georgia W 78-75 * North Alabama W 75-67 ^ Gardner-Webb Tournament ~ Bluefield State Tournament $ LMU Holiday Tournament

1992-93 (18-9) ^ at Bellarmine W ^ vs. Delta State L at Bluefield State L ~ vs. North Georgia W ~ at Gardner-Webb L at Carson-Newman L Kennesaw State W $ Gardner-Webb W $ Berry W at Longwood W Bluefield State W at North Georgia W Carson-Newman W Lees-McRae W AL-Huntsville W USC-Spartanburg L at Wofford L Newberry W at Newberry W Union (KY) W at Lees-McRae L at AL-Huntsville W at Berry L Wofford W Kentucky State W Longwood W at USC-Spartanburg L ^ Bellarmine Tournament ~ Gardner-Webb Tournament $ LMU Holiday Tournament

Francis Marion W at Queens L at Bluefield State L Delta State W Carson-Newman W Erskine W Gardner-Webb W North Georgia W at MS College (OT) L at Delta State L Bluefield State (OT) W MS College W at North Alabama L at AL-Huntsville W MS-Women W at Carson-Newman W West Georgia L at MS-Women W Valdosta State W North Alabama L at Kentucky State W at Valdosta State W at West Georgia L AL-Huntsville W Kentucky State W Delta State W West Georgia L LMU Holiday Tournament

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Milligan at Gardner-Webb vs. Fairmont State at Bluefield State at Carson-Newman (OT) Union (KY) Gardner-Webb Carson-Newman at Montevallo at West Alabama at Cumberland (KY) Valdosta State West Florida at North Alabama at AL-Huntsville West Georgia at West Florida at Valdosta State Cumberland (KY) West Alabama (OT) Montevallo at North Greenville North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville West Georgia North Greenville

W L W W W W W W L L L L W W W W W L W L L W W L W W

75-47 64-74 67-63 68-49 66-61 63-52 73-63 66-58 49-55 57-66 56-64 66-85 93-64 83-70 57-53 69-53 74-64 64-69 79-66 73-79 77-84 70-56 62-55 61-65 88-45 84-53

# # ^ $

Henderson State W 73-71 Delta State L 53-84 Bluefield State Tournament LMU Holiday Tournament

1996-97 (14-12, 6-8 GSC)

$ $ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * $

Milligan W at Tusculum L at Union (KY) W at Cumberland (KY) W at Carson-Newman L at KY Wesleyan L Bluefield (VA) W UVA-Wise W Union (KY) W Carson-Newman W Bluefield State L Montevallo W West Alabama W at Valdosta State L at West Florida L North Alabama W AL-Huntsville W at West Georgia L Tusculum W West Florida (2-OT) W Valdosta State L at West Alabama L at Montevallo L at North Alabama L at AL-Huntsville L West Georgia W LMU Holiday Tournament

61-58 75-92 79-58 74-67 54-79 48-77 66-50 76-56 61-48 59-56 55-62 72-63 81-75 51-70 72-78 67-61 61-53 47-59 80-58 89-86 56-63 48-54 56-69 63-82 50-67 60-44

1997-98 (20-7, 10-4 GSC)

$ $ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * # $

at Lees-McRae W Carson-Newman W KY Wesleyan W at Union (KY) L at Bluefield State W at Bluefield (VA) W Union (KY) W Cumberland (KY) W at Carson-Newman L Oakland City W at West Alabama W at Montevallo W West Florida L Valdosta State W at Tusculum W at AL-Huntsville L at North Alabama L West Georgia W at Valdosta State W at West Florida L Montevallo W West Alabama W Tusculum W AL-Huntsville W North Alabama W at West Georgia W Delta State L LMU Holiday Tournament

92-73 74-65 93-71 61-71 68-65 91-64 78-54 69-57 67-69 76-51 78-71 70-53 80-82 74-57 77-58 73-79 69-72 88-71 76-74 71-86 79-62 69-58 80-69 82-66 110-98 77-71 81-73

1998-99 (9-17, 2-12 GSC) $ $

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Lees-McRae Bluefield State vs. Fairmont State at Bluefield State Milligan at Union (KY) UVA-Wise Converse Union (KY) West Alabama Montevallo at West Florida at Valdosta State AL-Huntsville North Alabama at Tusculum at West Georgia at Converse Valdosta State West Florida Tusculum at Montevallo at West Alabama

W W W L L L W W L L L L L W L L L W W L W L L

132-73 84-71 76-48 70-79 79-83 79-93 95-59 84-52 80-94 69-72 71-89 71-89 54-79 68-54 72-93 69-84 58-60 75-57 67-60 64-84 86-69 75-105 60-79

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LADY RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS * * * $

at AL-Huntsville L 44-49 at North Alabama L 63-69 West Georgia L 59-68 Bluefield State tournament

1999-2000 (18-9, 7-7 GSC) $ vs. Pitt.-Johnstown (OT) L $ vs. Saint Francis (IL) W Cal Poly-Pomona W at Milligan W at Tusculum W at Concord W UVA-Wise W at KY Wesleyan W Concord W at Union (KY) W * at Valdosta State W * at West Georgia W * Montevallo W * West Florida L Converse W * at North Alabama L * at West Alabama L * AL-Huntsville W Tusculum W * West Georgia W * Valdosta State W * at Montevallo L * at West Florida L * North Alabama L * West Alabama W * at AL-Huntsville L # Arkansas Tech L $ Indianapolis Tournament

90-92 61-50 89-75 74-69 87-74 84-69 89-39 69-63 79-39 93-50 87-77 67-49 87-63 69-77 73-49 67-75 66-74 75-55 95-46 63-45 84-70 75-83 69-73 69-82 67-49 51-57 58-63

2000-01 (21-6, 12-4 GSC) GSC EASTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS $ vs. Florida Tech W $ at Bellarmine L at UVA-Wise W Virginia Intermont W Tusculum W Milligan W at Converse W KY Wesleyan (OT) W * at West Alabama L Union (KY) W * West Georgia W * at North Alabama L * Montevallo W * at Valdosta State W * West Florida W * at MS-Women W * North Alabama W * West Alabama W at Tusculum W * at AL-Huntsville W * at West Georgia W * at Montevallo L * Valdosta State W * at West Florida L * MS-Women W * AL-Huntsville W # Ouachita Baptist L $ Bellarmine Tournament

86-77 71-94 99-54 87-46 91-74 91-56 71-50 77-69 68-72 93-69 70-68 50-51 75-69 71-62 78-51 70-62 77-56 84-68 77-58 71-58 58-44 57-76 52-44 57-59 93-48 81-75 52-67

2001-02 (20-7, 11-5 GSC) $ vs. Regis $ vs. Quincy Kentucky State at Union (KY) UVA-Wise Tusculum Bluefield State at Carson-Newman * West Alabama Carson-Newman * at West Georgia * North Alabama * at Montevallo * Valdosta State * at West Florida * MS-Women * at North Alabama * at West Alabama Tusculum * AL-Huntsville

W L W W W W W W L W W L W W W W L L W W

59-48 79-90 96-66 77-51 90-66 72-59 84-55 64-57 53-56 66-62 61-58 65-79 65-59 79-65 78-64 83-69 57-60 47-62 73-60 55-44

* * * * * * # $

West Georgia* Montevallo* at Valdosta State* West Florida at MS-Women at AL-Huntsville Delta State Quincy Tournament

W W W W W L L

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

72-57 77-59 46-45 74-42 61-56 52-56 49-70

1926-present (Not including 2 year schools and independents)

Opponent W L Alabama-Huntsville 24 11 Appalachian State 2 0 Alice Lloyd 14 1 Arkansas Tech 0 2 Ashland 0 1 Barry 0 1 Bellarmine 1 2 Belmont 0 3 Benedict 3 0 Bethune-Cookman 0 1 Berry 7 4 Bluefield (VA) 5 0 Bluefield State (WV) 11 5 Brevard First Meeting Bristol 2 0 Bryan 6 0 Cal-Poly Pomona 1 0 Campbellsville 4 3 Carson-Newman 34 35 Catawba First Meeting Central Arkansas 1 1 Charleston (WV) 0 2 Clark 1 0 Clayton State 1 0 Cleveland State 0 2 Concord 6 0 Converse 6 0 Covenant 1 0 Cumberland (KY) 17 9 Cumberland (TN) 1 1 David Lipscomb 3 2 Delta State 3 6 East Tennessee State 6 6 Eckerd 1 0 Emory and Henry 14 0 Erskine 1 0 Fairmont State 3 1 Florida Tech 1 0 Fort Valley State 1 1 Francis Marion 1 0 Gannon 0 1 Gardner-Webb 6 2 Hiwassee 27 8 Henderson State 1 1 Johnson Bible College 4 0 Kennesaw State 1 1 Kentucky State 6 1 Kentucky Wesleyan 5 1 King 15 0 Knoxville 7 2 Lambuth 0 1 Lee (TN) 15 7 Lees (KY) 6 0 Lees-McRae 4 2 Lenoir-Rhyne First Meeting Lindsey Wilson 3 0 Longwood 6 0

2002-03 (21-9, 12-4 GSC) GSC EASTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS $ vs. Mars Hill W $ at Carson-Newman W at Ky. State (OT) L ^ at Ashland L ^ vs. Gannon L Carson-Newman W * at West Alabama W at Maryville W at Tusculum W at Bluefield State W * West Georgia W * at North Alabama L * Montevallo W * at Valdosta State L Converse W * West Florida W * at MS-Women W * North Alabama W * West Alabama W * at AL-Huntsville W * at West Georgia L * at Montevallo W * Valdosta State L * MS-Women W Union (KY) W * AL-Huntsville W * at West Florida W # Delta State (OT) W # Central Arkansas (OT) L ! Arkansas Tech L $ Carson-Newman Classic ^ Ashland Classic

65-56 67-64 86-88 68-86 67-69 75-53 71-55 86-68 59-54 73-65 55-44 67-77 59-39 47-55 85-56 64-45 81-59 64-48 77-61 66-52 58-61 61-59 52-57 80-66 74-55 66-41 55-53 54-51 79-83 50-64

2003-04 (21-8, 9-5 GSC) $ $ ^ ^

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * # # $ ^

Benedict Tusculum vs. Fairmont State at Concord vs. Morris vs. Voorhees at Carson-Newman Concord at Fort Valley State at Converse Bluefield State Carson-Newman at USC-Spartanburg West Alabama Montevallo at West Florida at Valdosta State AL-Huntsville North Alabama at West Georgia West Florida Valdosta State (OT) at Montevallo at West Alabama at AL-Huntsville at North Alabama West Georgia Central Arkansas Henderson State Concord Tournament Benedict Classic

W W L W W W W W L W W W W L W W L W W W L W L L W W W W L

67-48 74-69 64-71 92-80 73-53 71-57 74-53 63-58 53-54 73-54 75-36 61-52 76-52 49-56 66-51 75-62 48-49 63-56 72-62 58-55 63-68 62-58 42-45 62-70 60-51 59-53 56-44 62-48 44-56

^ vs. Shawnee State L ^ at Bluefield State W USC-Upstate W * at Valdosta State L * at West Florida L * West Alabama L * Montevallo W * North Alabama W * AL-Huntsville W * West Georgia W at Mars Hill W * at West Alabama L * at Montevallo L * West Florida L * Valdosta State (OT) W * at North Alabama L * at AL-Huntsville L * at West Georgia W $ GSC/SSC Crossover ^ Bluefield State Classic

2004-05 (14-13, 6-8 GSC) Fort Valley State $ vs. Barry $ vs. Nova SE (2OT) Tusculum at Carson-Newman (OT) at Tusculum Charleston (WV) at Benedict Carson-Newman

2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

W L W W L W L W L

68-67 42-54 65-64 56-51 67-70 62-43 53-69 74-61 69-82

61-66 58-43 57-52 39-58 55-59 77-80 70-42 75-41 59-47 70-61 80-60 54-68 45-56 54-60 59-56 66-71 63-65 59-53

2005-06 (7-20, 3-11 GSC) at Lees-McRae $ vs. Eckerd $ vs. Nova Southeastern Carson-Newman

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L W L L

55-59 68-54 53-54 62-67

Opponent W L Mars Hill 4 2 Maryville 14 5 Middle TN State 1 0 Milligan 36 17 Mississippi College 2 2 MS Univ. for Women 9 1 Missouri - Rolla 1 0 Montevallo 12 10 Morris 1 0 Morristown College 1 3 Newberry 2 0 North Alabama 12 16 UNC - Asheville 0 2 NC - Central 2 0 UNC - Greensboro 0 2 North Georgia 5 2 North Greenville 2 0 Nova Southeastern 1 1 Oakland City 1 0 Ouachita Baptist 0 1 Pembroke State 2 0 Piedmont 0 1 Pikeville 7 3 Pittsburgh-Johnstown 0 1 Presbyterian First Meeting Queens 2 2 Quincy (IL) 0 1 Regis (CO) 1 0 Roane State 1 3 Shorter 2 0 USC - Aiken 1 1 USC - Upstate 8 3 Saint Francis (IL) 1 0 Shawnee State 0 1 South Carolina State 1 0 Sue Bennett 2 0 Tenn. - Chattanooga 1 1 Tennessee - Martin 0 2 Tennessee Tech 1 0 Tennessee Temple 10 1 Tennessee Wesleyan 32 22 Tusculum 33 13 Union (KY) 28 9 Union (TN) 0 4 Valdosta State 13 13 VA Intermont 2 0 VA State First Meeting VA-Wise* 19 4 Walters State 1 3 Warren Wilson 0 1 West Alabama 10 14 West Florida 10 14 West Georgia 17 10 Wingate First Meeting Wofford 7 2 Young Harris 3 1 **Includes 1 tie on Feb. 12, 1938.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * $

Benedict Lees-McRae Tusculum at Carson-Newman at Tusculum Mars Hill at Charleston Kentucky State Valdosta State West Florida at West Alabama at Montevallo North Alabama AL-Huntsville at West Georgia at Lee West Alabama Montevallo at West Florida at Valdosta State at North Alabama at AL-Huntsville West Georgia GSC/SSC Crossover

W W L L L L L W L L L L W L L L W W L L L L L

54-36 64-53 59-71 37-56 46-75 52-54 52-66 65-55 47-59 48-59 62-70 49-63 86-61 53-61 51-66 57-80 65-63 59-54 53-60 45-55 58-69 59-75 53-57

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LADY RAILSPLITTERS IN THE POSTSEASON In their 22 seasons of conference competition, Lincoln Memorial has made 19 trips to a post season conference tournament. Counting the 1989-93 seasons when LMU was not in a conference but eligible for NAIA District 24/NCAA Tournament competition, the Lady Railsplitters have been to the postseason 21 out of a possible 26 seasons. Since joining the Gulf South Conference, the Lady Railsplitters have been to the GSC Tournament 8 times in 11 seasons, reaching the championship game once. The eight trips under Coach Vannoy is the record for most appearances by an active GSC coach.. 2003-04 GSC Tournament at Tupelo, Miss. Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial Central Arkansas Semifinal

Henderson State Lincoln Memorial

2002-03 GSC Tournament at Tupelo, Miss. Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial Delta State Semifinal

Central Arkansas Lincoln Memorial

86 78

1983-84 VSAC-East Tournament* Semifinal Lincoln Memorial Tusculum

86 (OT) 85

105 72

Championship Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial

89 56

Championship David Lipscomb Lincoln Memorial

87 85

NAIA District 24 Tournament Quarterfinals TN Wesleyan Lincoln Memorial

84 62

1988-89 NAIA District 24 Tournament* Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial Lee

77 68

1982-83 VSAC-East Tournament* Semifinal TN Wesleyan Lincoln Memorial

96 62

1981-82 VSAC-East Tournament* Semifinal Lincoln Memorial Tusculum

80 79

Championship Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial

88 57

1980-81 VSAC-East Tournament* Semifinal TN Wesleyan Lincoln Memorial

60 58

1989-90 NAIA District 24 Tournament* Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman Semifinal

Semifinal 62 48 56 44

54 (OT) 51 83 (OT) 79

Lincoln Memorial TN Wesleyan

Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman

85 76

Championship Union (TN) Lincoln Memorial

98 78

1987-88 NAIA District 24 Tournament* Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman Semifinal

Lincoln Memorial TN Wesleyan

74 49

Championship Union (TN) Lincoln Memorial

80 75

1979-80 VSAC (NAIA District 24) Tournament* Semifinal Lambuth 80 Lincoln Memorial 65

88 59

1978-79 VSAC (NAIA District 24) Tournament* Semifinal Belmont 61 Lincoln Memorial 52

2001-02 GSC Tournament at Tupelo, Miss. Quarterfinal Delta State Lincoln Memorial

70 49

2000-01 GSC Tournament at Tupelo, Miss. Quarterfinal Ouachita Baptist Lincoln Memorial

1986-87 NAIA District 24 Tournament* Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial King

67 52

Semifinal

1999-2000 GSC Tournament at Florence, Ala. Quarterfinal Arkansas Tech Lincoln Memorial

63 58

1997-98 GSC Tournament at Pensacola, Fla. First Round Delta State 81 Lincoln Memorial 73 1995-96 GSC Tournament at Valdosta, Ga. First Round Lincoln Memorial Henderson State Semifinal

73 71

Delta State Lincoln Memorial

84 53

1993-94 GSC Tournament at Florence, Ala. Semifinal Lincoln Memorial Delta State

79 71

Championship West Georgia Lincoln Memorial

78 60

1990-91 NAIA District 24 Tournament* Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial Tusculum Semifinal

86 84

Lincoln Memorial King

93 75

Championship Belmont Lincoln Memorial

72 65

2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

78 71

Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman

69 67

Championship Union (TN) Lincoln Memorial

83 58

1985-86 VSAC-East Tournament* Semifinal Lincoln Memorial King

91 71

Championship TN Wesleyan Lincoln Memorial

68 (OT) 65

1984-85 VSAC-East Tournament* Semifinal Lincoln Memorial Lee

89 65

Championship Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial

75 63

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* From 1978-86 the Volunteer State Athletic Conference was split into East and West Divisions. The top two teams in each division went to the tournament from 1978-80 with the overall winner representing the District in the NAIA National Tournament. From 198186 each division had their own tournament. The outcome of that tournament would determine the seedings for the District 24 Tournament, which was made up of the top four teams from both divisions. In 1986 the VSAC was split, with the East Division becoming the TVAC and the west the TCAC. The tournament format was set up so that the first two rounds were effectively the TVAC/ TCAC tournament and the winner from each conference would meet in the championship to determine the district champion. Even though LMU was not a member of the TVAC after 1989, this format allowed them to still compete in the post-season while the school made the transition to the NCAA Division II.

NCAA TOURNAMENT Lincoln Memorial Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s appearance in the 2003 NCAA Division II South Regional marks the first appearance in any national tournament by the Lady Railsplitters. 2002-03 South Regional at Russellville, Ark. Quarterfinal Arkansas Tech 64 Lincoln Memorial 50

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TEX TURNER ARENA The B. Frank “Tex” Turner Arena has been the home of the Railsplitters and Lady Railsplitters since 1991. Since then, it has become known as one of the top basketball facilities at the Division II level. The arena replaced the Mary E. Mars Gymnasium, which had been the home of LMU basketball since 1948. The 87,000 square foot complex seats 5,009 for basketball contests with another 1,000 portable seats available for other events. The distance from the playing floor to the roof is 40 feet, the equivalent of a two-story building. The arena is 230 feet (east to west) and 282 feet (north to south). It contains over 81,866 square feet of floor space, and over 4 million cubic feet of space. The arena also serves as a practice facility for the golf, soccer, baseball and softball teams. The auxiliary gym contains batting cages and there is an indoor practice tee used by the golf teams. Over the years, several concerts as well as district and regional tournaments have been held in the arena. The LMU spring and fall commencement services and pinning ceremonies have been held there since 1991. LMU’s athletic offices are located on the lower level, with the exception of cross country, softball and volleyball. Also located on the lower level are the athletic training offices, the university press and the university post office. The LMU Athletes Hall of Fame, the Turner Room and a classroom are also located on the lower level and are often used by campus and community groups for meetings and other functions. The recently refurbished athletic training room and weight room are located on the lower level within easy access of the playing floor and air-conditioned dressing rooms. The upper level contains a ticket office and other offices as well as the Dean Bailey Trophy Room, which houses trophies and other memorabilia dating back to the 1920’s and is a memorial to former coach Dean Bailey. The upper concourse also is open to the public as a walking track and is extremely popular with the local community. Entrances to the building are located on the north, south, and east ends. There are a total of 24 entrance doors to the The Lady Railsplitters in the Turner Arena arena (handicap access is available on both levels). 1991-present -- 160-41 The arena was named after former LMU football standout 2000-01 -- 13-0 1990-91 -- 5-1* 2001-02 -- 11-2 B. Frank “Tex” Turner, who donated the funds for it’s construc1991-92 -- 14-2^ 2002-03 -- 10-1 1992-93 -11-1 tion. Work on the multi-million dollar facility began on May 7, 2003-04 -- 10-2 1993-94 -12-2 1988, and on February 2, 1991 the Railsplitters and Lady 2004-05 -- 8-4 1994-95 -10-3 Railsplitters held their first contests in the facility when they 2005-06 -- 6-7 1995-96 -- 9-4 hosted the University of Alabama-Huntsville in a doubleheader. * -- After Feb. 2 1996-97 -- 12-2 The women won 112-95 and the men lost 85-69. ^ -- Actual home record was 1997-98 -- 12-1 1998-99 -- 7-7 1999-00 -- 10-2

12-1, Last game played in Mars Gym due to concert in Arena.

LADY RAILSPLITTER HOME COURTS Prior to 1924, LMU did not have a gym. Most home games were played in Middlesboro or at Powell Valley High School.

“The Barn” 1924-45 68-5-1

Mary E. Mars Gym 1973-91 140-41 (Based on available records)

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THIS IS LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY Lincoln Memorial University was founded in 1897 as a living memorial to Abraham Lincoln and his philosophy and ideals. Its inception dates from an occasion in the fall of 1863 when the President was meeting with General Oliver Otis Howard to discuss military operations in and around the Cumberland Gap and East Tennessee area. The President expressed his appreciation for the loyalty that the people of the region had shown to the Union during this time of Civil War. Pointing to the area on the map, Mr. Lincoln said, “General Howard, if you come out of all this horror and misery alive, and I hope that you may, I want you to do something for these people who have been shut out from the world all these years. If I live, I will do all I can to aid you and between us we may do them the justice they deserve. Please remember, and if God is good to us we may be able to speak of it later!” Mr. Lincoln did not live to see his dream fulfilled, but O.O. Howard (who also was a founder of Howard University) never forgot those words. In 1895, he traveled to the Cumberland Gap area to address a small academy that was operated by a Congregational minister, the Rev. A.A. Myers, and his wife Ellen. While he was there, the General remembered Lincoln’s request and joined with the Myers and several prominent friends to lay the groundwork for a university honoring the slain President. It was to be an institution whose mission and principles would exemplify the life of Abraham Lincoln. The philosophy articulated by these founders as a guide for University programs and curriculum was based on the following principles which were exemplified in the life of Abraham Lincoln: individual liberty; the privileges and responsibilities of the American government; love and respect for the fellow people; personal initiative, individual effort; unselfish leadership; an appreciation for the common people; free enterprise; and belief in a personal God. Now in its 109th year of operation, LMU has grown into a progressive university, offering over 30 majors. LMU has a Fall 2006 enrollment of approximately 2,981 students and 96 faculty members at the main campus and ten extended-campus sites. The main campus is also home to the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum, which houses one of the largest Lincoln collections in the country.

LADY RAILSPLITTER FACTOID What do the Lady Railsplitters and the Kentucky men’s basketball team have in common? They both have a tie game in their all-time win-loss record. Fourteen NCAA schools have an official tie on record. The women have six teams at the Division II level and four at the Division II level with ties while the men have two teams apiece at the Division I and II levels. 2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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PRESIDENT / ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Dr. Nancy Moody Nancy B. Moody was born and raised in Middlesboro, Kentucky. Following graduation as an honor student from Middlesboro High School, she received degrees in nursing from Eastern Kentucky University. Other degrees were received after beginning her professional career at Lincoln Memorial University. While at LMU, Dr. Moody was involved with initial and continuing accreditation activities from the American Veterinary Medical Association, the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences, and the National League for Nursing (NLN). She was indirectly involved with accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), but directly involved with the preparation of substantive change reports and visits from SACS following the development of off-campus nursing programs in Corbin, Kentucky, Knoxville, Tennessee, and Madisonville, Tennessee. She was directly involved with development of an R.N. to B.S.N. program, three off-campus programs, and programs, in veterinary science. Dr. Moody has taught in associate, baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degree programs in nursing. She has worked closely with faculty from the Colleges of Business, Public and Allied Health and Medicine to develop interdisciplinary courses and a certificate program in health care management. She has taught in private higher education, and in both statewide systems of higher education in Tennessee, the Tennessee Board of Regents and the University of Tennessee. Dr. Moody serves as a program evaluator and peer review panel member for the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, as a research grant reviewer for the NLN and is a peer panel reviewer for Nursing and Health Care Perspectives. She has published in the Tennessee Nurse, the Journal of Professional Nursing, the Journal of Nursing Administration, the Nurse Practitioner and in Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners. She has presented or is scheduled to present locally, regionally and nationally on nursing work force issues at conferences sponsored by the American Nurses Association, the American Organization of Nurse Executives, the National Association of Student Nurses, the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty, the Rural Health Association of Tennessee, the Southern Regional Education Board, the Southern Nursing Research Society and the Tennessee Nurses Association. Since 1994, she has garnered approximately $1 million in grants and contracts to study work force issues in Tennessee. In terms of leadership, Dr. Moody has served as department chairperson, dean and executive director of an organization that was incorporated and became recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501[c]3 organization. In the latter capacity, she has been directly involved in the conduct of state-wide meetings, worked with a multidisciplinary state-wide group, represented the organization at state and national meetings, appeared before state boards, developed contracts with individuals and agencies, garnered donations, and written and administered grants for the organization. She and her husband Tom have been married for 26 years and have two young adult children, Adam and Mykel. Before moving to the President’s Home in Harrogate, the Moodys lived in Knoxville, Tennessee.

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR Jay Nidiffer Nidiffer returned to his alma mater for the second time in 2003 as Lincoln Memorial University’s athletics director after serving as an assistant men’s basketball coach at NCAA Division I institutions such as Auburn, Mercer, Georgia Tech and East Tennessee State. In 1987, Nidiffer took over the helm of the LMU athletics program and played an instrumental role in the University making the transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II. Nidiffer also helped guide the Railsplitter athletics program into the Gulf South Conference in 1992, and into the South Atlantic Conference this season In addition to his daily duties as Lincoln Memorial University’s athletics director, Nidiffer is heavily involved with development opportunities for the University’s athletics program. An Elizabethton, Tennessee, native and 1956 graduate of Lincoln Memorial University, Nidiffer is married to the former Katie Hodge, also a 1956 graduate of Lincoln Memorial University. 2006-07 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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2005-06 RAILSPLITTER NETWORK BROADCAST SCHEDULE CATCH THE ACTION OF LMU BASKETBALL ALL SEASON LONG! Listen To The Broadcasts Of Railsplitter Basketball On WLMU 91.3-FM and WCTU 105.9-FM And On The World Wide Web At: www.lmunet.edu/athletics Date

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11/15 11/18 11/21 11/28 11/30 12/5 12/9 12/16 12/29-30 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/24 2/26 2/28 3/3-4

Lees-McRae Kentucky State USC-Upstate Brevard Lees-McRae Brevard College Virginia State King College USC-Upstate Tournament *Carson-Newman College *Wingate University *Tusculum College *Presbyterian College *Newberry College *Lenoir-Rhyne College *Catawba College *Mars Hill College Lee *Wingate University *Tusculum College *Presbyterian College *Mars Hill College *Lenoir-Rhyne College *Carson-Newman College *Newberry College SAC Play-in-game SAC Quarterfinals SAC Semi-finals / Championship

5:40 p.m. No broadcast 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. TBA 5:40 p.m. TBA 5:10 p.m. TBA 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 1:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 1:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. TBA 6:00 p.m. TBA 5:30 p.m. TBA 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

NOTE: * South Atlantic Conference game All games are listed in Eastern Standard Time All home games are listed in bold print

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RADIO / TV SPOTTING CHART

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5’8” SOPHOMORE GUARD SNEEDVILLE, TN

6’0” SENIOR CENTER MIAMI, FL

6’0” JUNIOR CENTER CINCINNATI, OH

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5’8” FRESHMAN GUARD HARROGATE, TN

5’7” JUNIOR GUARD FLOYDS KNOBS, IN

5’4” SENIOR GUARD ROCK FALLS, IL

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5’7” JUNIOR GUARD STERLING, IL

5’6” SENIOR GUARD GALVESTON, IN

5’9’ SENIOR FORWARD WEST PALM BEACH, FL

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6’1’ JUNIOR CENTER LIVERMORE, CA

5’11” JUNIOR FORWARD WOOTON, KY

6’1” SOPHOMORE FORWARD MATTOON, IL

SARAH HARRISON

WHITNEY VANNOY

KATE FANE

LAURA ELLIOT

LATOYA JOHNSON

MADELINE RICHARDS

BETSY BOWSER

HEATHER BENTON

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SIDNEY JOHNSON

KELSI SALAS

WISEMANE ALCEMA

KELLY YOUHAS

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ANDI WINNEY

LIL’ ABE

6’1” FRESHMAN FORWARD YORKTOWN, IN

ROGER VANNOY

DAWN SKELCHER

CHASITY WILLIAMS

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GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH


2006-2007 LADY RAILSPLITTER BASKETBALL SCHEDULE November November 15 LEES-MCRAE 15 LEES-MCRAE 18 Kentucky 18 Kentucky State State 21 USC-UPPSTATE 21 USC-UPPSTATE 28 BREVARD 28 BREVARD 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 30 Lees-McRae 30 Lees-McRae December December 55 Brevard Brevard 99 Virginia Virginia State State 16 King 16 King 29-30 29-30 USC-Upstate USC-Upstate Tournament Tournament 29 vs. 29 vs. USC-Upstate USC-Upstate 30 vs. 30 vs. NC-Central NC-Central January January 33 Carson-Newman* Carson-Newman* 66 WINGATE* WINGATE* 88 TUSCULUM* TUSCULUM* 10 Presbyterian* 10 Presbyterian* 13 Newberry* 13 Newberry* 17 LENOIR-RHYNE* 17 LENOIR-RHYNE* 20 CATAWBA* 20 CATAWBA*

6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 3:30 3:30 p.m. p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 2:00 2:00 p.m. p.m. 5:30 5:30 p.m. p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 2:30 2:30 p.m. p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m. 2:00 2:00 p.m. p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 6:00 p.m. p.m.

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February February 33 Tusculum* 2:00 Tusculum* 2:00 p.m. p.m. 77 PRESBYTERIAN* 6:00 PRESBYTERIAN* 6:00 p.m. p.m. 10 MARS HILL* 6:00 p.m. 10 MARS HILL* 6:00 p.m. 12 Lenoir-Rhyne* 6:00 12 Lenoir-Rhyne* 6:00 p.m. p.m. 14 Catawba* 6:00 14 Catawba* 6:00 p.m. p.m. 17 CARSON-NEWMAN* 6:00 17 CARSON-NEWMAN* 6:00 p.m. p.m. 24 NEWBERRY* 6:00 p.m. 24 NEWBERRY* 6:00 p.m. 26 SAC 26 SAC PLAY-IN PLAY-IN GAME GAME (If (If necessary) necessary) 28 SAC 28 SAC QUARTERFINALS QUARTERFINALS March March 3-4 SAC 3-4 SAC SEMIFINALS SEMIFINALS // FINALS FINALS HICKORY, NC HICKORY, NC Home Home games games are are in in caps caps All times are in Eastern All times are in Eastern Standard Standard Time Time ** Indicates Indicates South South Atlantic Atlantic Conference Conference Opponent Opponent

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