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ROSTERS & TEAM PHOTO 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTER ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 41 12 50 44 14 20 00 54 22 4 32 33 10 31 24 3

Name Sarah Berry Tracy Brooks Jennifer Childs Stacey Childs Ashley Cox Sarah Crook Karra Jackson Mindy Miller Buffy Moore Olivia Reynolds Hillary Ross Dawn Skelcher Morgane Vannoy Christy Wiseman Sara Wood Karmella Wynne

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

Ht. 5’10” 5’6” 5’11” 6’1” 5’5” 5’7” 5’8” 6’0” 5’9” 5’11” 6’1” 5’11” 5’4” 5’9” 5’6” 6’0”

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

Hometown Evarts, KY Harrogate, TN Greentown, IN Greentown, IN Knoxville, TN London, KY Middlesboro, KY Rosiclare, IL Charleston, TN Friendsville, TN Somerset, KY Carbondale, IL Shawanee, TN Raleigh, IL Georgetown, KY Beckley, WV

2001-02 LINCOLN MEMORIAL BASKETBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 00 3 4 10 12 14 20 22 24 31 32 33 41 44 50 54

Name Karra Jackson Karmella Wynne Olivia Reynolds Morgane Vannoy Tracy Brooks Ashley Cox Sarah Crook Buffy Moore Sara Wood Christy Wiseman Hillary Ross Dawn Skelcher Sarah Berry Stacey Childs Jennifer Childs Mindy Miller

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

Ht. 5’8” 6’0” 5’11” 5’4” 5’6” 5’5” 5’7” 5’9” 5’6” 5’9” 6’1” 5’11” 5’10” 6’1” 5’11” 6’0”

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

Hometown Middlesboro, KY Beckley, WV Friendsville, TN Shawanee, TN Harrogate, TN Knoxville, TN London, KY Charleston, TN Georgetown, KY Raleigh, IL Somerset, KY Carbondale, IL Evarts, KY Greentown, IN Greentown, IN Rosiclare, IL


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2001-02 Women’s Basketball Media Guide The 2001-02 Lincoln Memorial University Women’s Basketball Media Guide is a publication of the Lincoln Memorial University Office of Intercollegiate Athletics for use by the print and electronic media and friends of the University. All copy and photographs may be reproduced with the permission of the publisher, hereby granted. Design and layout by Bill Porter and Rusty Peace. Edited by Bill Porter and Amanda Berry, with editorial assistance by Jack Bondurant and Regina Burns. Statistics compiled by the Lincoln Memorial University Sports Information Department. Photography by Rusty Peace and Bill Porter. Some photographs were supplied by the Middlesboro Daily News, Benny Collins Photography and Joan Brock. Printed by Print One, Knoxville, Tennessee.

IFC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18-23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37-41 42 43 44 45-46 47 48 49 50 51 52 IBC

Alphabetical / Numerical Rosters Table of Contents Media Information / Quick Facts Lady Railsplitter Media Outlets LMU Athletics Directory Railsplitter Support Staff Coach Roger Vannoy Coach Lakeshia Salters Coach Amanda Jackson 2001-2002 Season Preview 2001-02 Team Captains / Division II All-Time Karra Jackson / Karmella Wynne Olivia Reynolds / Morgane Vannoy Tracy Brooks / Ashley Cox Sarah Crook / Buffy Moore Sara Wood / Christy Wiseman Hillary Ross / Dawn Skelcher Sarah Berry / Stacey Childs Jennifer Childs / Mindy Miller 2000-01 Opponents GSC Tournament Ad 2000-2001 Season Review 2000-2001 Final Results 2000-2001 Final Stats / Player Highs 2000-2001 Game-By-Game Stats / Team Highs Career Records (Modern Era) Season-By-Season Records (Modern Era) Single Game Records / 30 Point Club LMU All-Americans All-GSC Performers LMU Hall-of-Fame Players / All-Conference LMU Coaches 1930-Present LMU vs. All Opponents 1926-2001 Season Results 1926-2001 B. Frank Turner Arena Turner Arena Records The Gulf South Conference 2000-2001 Final GSC Stats Lincoln Memorial University / Athletic Director Sports Information Department Athletic Training Staff Area Hotel & Restaurant Information 2001-02 Officials Signals “The Rock” Radio / TV Spotter Page


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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. When available, 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) 8696236. 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. SPORTS INFORMATION CONTACT NUMBERS SPORTS INFORMATION E-MAIL ADDRESSES

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 10-minute 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 “call-back” basis only and will be arranged at the most convenient time for the studentathletes and coaches.

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. (423) 869-6236 rpeace@lmunet.edu

(423) 869-6376 FAX bporter@lmunet.edu

LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location: ...................................... Harrogate, TN Founded: ............................................. 1897 Enrollment:.......................................... 1774 Nickname: ......................... Lady Railsplitters Colors: .................................. Navy Blue & Gray Affiliation: .......................... NCAA Division II Conference: ............................ Gulf South Conference President: ............................................ TBA Athletic Director: .................. Jack Bondurant Sports Information Director: Rusty Peace Asst. Sports Information Director: ........... Bill Porter Head Athletic Trainer: .................... Rich Frazee

Head Coach: ............................. Roger Vannoy Alma Mater: .......................... Lincoln Memorial, 1975 Career Record/Years: ................. 499-232/26 Record at LMU: .................................... 366-174/19 Assistant Coach: ...................... Lakeshia Salters Graduate Assistant: ................. Amanda Jackson 2000-01 Record: ...................................... 21-6 2000-01 GSC Record/Finish: ... 12-4/1st East Div. Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ................................. 11/2 LMU All-Time Record:..........................603-270 First Year of Basketball/Years: .................... 1913/59


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LADY RAILSPLITTER MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT Bristol Herald-Courier George Stone P.O. Box 609 Bristol, VA 24201 (540) 669-2181 (540) 669-3696 Fax

PRINT LaFollette Press Dwane Wilder P.O. Box 1261 LaFollette, TN 37766 (865) 562-8468 (865) 566-7060 Fax

Claiborne Progress Richard Evans P.O. Box 40 Tazewell, TN 37879 (423) 626-3222 (423) 626-6868 Fax

Lexington Herald Leader Gene Abell 100 Midland Ave. Lexington, KY 40508 (606) 231-3100 (606) 231-1451 Fax

Coalfield Progress Coy Bays P.O. Box 380 Norton, VA 24273 (540) 679-1101

London News-Journal Les Dixon 115 C V B Drive London, KY 40741 (606) 862-9200 (606) Fax

Corbin Times-Tribune Nick Haney 201 North KY Avenue Corbin, KY 40701 (606) 528-2464 (606) 528-9850 Fax Commonwealth Journal G. Michael Graham 110-112 East Mt. Vernon St. Somerset, KY 45202-0859 (606) 679-8191 (606) 679-9225 Fax Harlan Daily Enterprise Jerry Boggs P.O. Box E Harlan, KY 40831 (606) 573-4512 (606)573-0042 Fax Kingsport Times News John Moorehouse P.O. Box 479 Kingsport, TN 37662 (423) 392-1323 (423) 392-1385 Fax Knoxville News Sentinel John Adams/Paul McAfee 208 West Church Avenue Knoxville, TN 37901 1-800-289-3131 (865) 342-6402 Fax

London Sentinel-Echo Denis House/Jim McAlister P.O. Box 830 London, KY 40741 (606) 878-7400 (606) 878-7404 Maryville Daily Times Sam Bundy P.O. Box 568 Maryville, TN 37803 (865) 981-1100 (865) 981-1175 Fax Middlesboro Daily News Neill Morgan P.O. Box 579 Middlesboro, KY 40965 (606) 248-1010 (606) 248-7614 Fax Morristown Citizen-Tribune Justin Cress P.O. Box 625 Morristown, TN 37815 1-800-624-0281 (423) 581-8863 Fax Powell Valley News P.O. Box 459 Pennington Gap, VA 24277 (540) 546-1210 (540) 546-5468 Fax

PRINT Pineville Sun P.O. 250 Pineville, KY 40977 (606) 337-2334 (606) 337-2333 Fax Somerset News-Journal Somerset, KY 42501 (606) 678-0155 Union News-Leader P.O. Box 866 Maynardville, TN 37807 (865) 992-3392 (865) 992-6861 Fax Associated Press (Tennessee) 1-800-453-1282 (615) 376-0947 Fax Division II Bulletin P.O. Box 5744 Beaverton, OR 97006 National Basketball Gazette P.O. Box 514 Brookfield, IL 60513 MISCELLANEOUS ESPN Networks Mike Moore ESPN Plaza Bristol, CT 06010 (860) 585-2144 (860) 585-2422 FAX NCAA John Painter P.O. Box 6222 Indianapolis, IN 46206 (317) 917-6222 (317) 917-6800 USA Today Online 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 (703) 558-3901 (703) 276-3400 Fax ONLINE NCAA Basketball www.ncaabasketball.net

TELEVISION WATE/WTNZ-TV Jim Wogan P.O. Box 2349 Knoxville, TN 37901 (865) 637-6397 (865) 525-4091 Fax WBIR-TV Mark Packer 1513 Hutchinson Avenue Knoxville, TN 37917 (865) 637-1702 (865) 522-7341 Fax WVLT-TV Rick Russo P.O. Box 59088 Knoxville, TN 37950 (865) 450-8880 (865) 584-1978 Fax WYMT TV Brian Milam P.O. Box 1299 Hazard, KY 41701 (606) 436-5757 (606) 439-3760 Fax RADIO WCTU P.O. Box 215 Tazewell, TN 37879 WFXY/WXJF/WANO (Harrogate, TN, Middesboro, KY, and Pineville, KY) P.O. Box 447 Middlesboro KY 40965 (606) 248-1560 (606) 248-6397 Fax WLMU/WRWB/W18AN-TV Box 2025 Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 (423) 869-6415 (423) 869-6435 Fax WIVK/WNOX John Wilkerson P.O. Box 11167 Knoxville, TN 37939 (865) 558-9900 (865) 558-4218


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LMU ATHLETICS DIRECTORY MAILING/OVERNIGHT ADDRESS: Tex Turner Arena Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 ADMINISTRATION (423) 869-6285 Jack Bondurant Athletic Director Roger Vannoy Associate Director Tom Amis Administrative Assistant BASKETBALL OFFICE (423) 869-6241 Roger Vannoy Head Coach Lekeshia Salters Assistant Coach COMPLIANCE (423) 869-6209 Greg Lasley Compliance Officer OTHER SPORTS: Head Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Head Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Graduate Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Head Men’s Golf Coach Head Women’s Golf Coach Head Women’s Tennis Coach Head Men’s Tennis Coach Head Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Coach Head Volleyball Coach Head Men’s & Women’s Soccer Coach Head Softball Coach

TEX TURNER ARENA (423) 869-6239 Mike Smith, Arena Business Manager TRAINING ROOM (423) 869-6378 Rich Frazee - Head Athletic Trainer TRAINING ROOM (423) 869-6322 Amanda Smith - Assistant Athletic Trainer ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOM (423) 869-6322 FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE Dan Graves (423) 869-6251 PRESIDENT Dr. Jerry Bishop (423) 869-6391 SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR Dr. Phyliss Noah (423) 869-6247

Eddie Graham Jason Evans Jeff Tungate Tony Jasick Joe Bond Tom Amis Greg Lasley Jack Bondurant Charles Poteat Bobby Lockhart Mike Smith Jeff Winterberger Dan Burns

(423) 869-6344 (423) 869-6345 (423) 869-6240 (423) 869-6346 (423) 869-6346 (423) 869-6335 (423) 869-6209 (423) 869-6399 (423) 869-6371 (423) 869-6285 (423) 869-6239 (423) 869-6245 (423) 869-6242

What is a Railsplitter?

LMU’s Nicknames

Lincoln Memorial University’s unique nickname for its athletics teams seems to always bring about the same question when the Railsplitters play on the road, “What is a Railsplitter?”

Lincoln Memorial University’s athletic teams have not always had the Railsplitter nickname. The early men’s teams were called the LMU Braves. That was changed during the 1924 football season when the name “Airedales” came into use. In the fall of 1931 it was decided that the name “Railsplitters” was more in the Lincoln tradition and the name has lasted to this day. The women’s teams were usually referred to as the “Lincoln Lassies” and the “Railsplitterettes” until basketball was discontinued after the 1945 season. When women’s basketball returned in 1973, they became the “Lady Railsplitters.”

The “Railsplitter” was Lincoln’s nickname as a presidential candidate in 1860. Lincoln and his cousin, Dennis Hanks, had once split 3,000 rails to be used as fences. Lincoln campaign supporters would carry banners supported by such rails. The rails symbolized the humble Western candidate with a common background.


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BASKETBALL SUPPORT STAFF

Dan Graves Faculty Athletics Representative

Dr. Phyliss B. Noah Senior Woman Administrator

Mike Smith Athletics Business Manager

Tom Amis Administrative Assistant for Athletics

Sam Turner Public Address

Greg Lasley Compliance Officer

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HEAD COACH ROGER VANNOY Roger Vannoy will mark his 20th season as the head coach of the Lady Railsplitters in 2001-2002. Since taking over a program in the 1982-83 season that had posted a 52-50 record in the previous four years, he has turned LMU women’s basketball into a nationally ranked and widely regarded program at both the NAIA and NCAA Division II levels. He has also put the Lady Railsplitters on the academic map as well, graduating over 90 percent of the players who finish their eligibility at LMU. The 2000-2001 squad had the highest grade point average of any women’s basketball team in the NCAA Division II with a 3.625, according to the WBCA Academic Top 25 rankings. During his tenure, the Lady Railsplitters have won three straight TVAC titles, five straight NAIA District 24 East championships and this past season captured the Gulf South Conference Eastern Division championship for the first time. The 2000-2001 team also 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 number of total victories ranks him 15th among active coaches in the NCAA Division II. 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. In 1982 he returned to Lincoln Memorial to take over the reins of the Lady Railsplitter program. By his third season LMU had a 20-9 record and went on to have seven consecutive 20-win seasons. The Lady Railsplitters have had two more 20-win seasons since joining the NCAA in 1991, for a total of nine. Since moving into the Turner Arena in 1991 the Lady Railsplitters have been formidable at home, posting a 11624 record (82.9 percent) in the Arena, defeating national powerhouses such as Delta State and Cal Poly-Pomona in the process. Coach Vannoy is a member of the LMU Professional Hall of Fame and the WBCA. Vannoy is married to the former Pam Johnston, who is also a graduate of LMU . They have two daughters, Morgane (a sophomore on the Lady Railsplitter squad) and Whitney. They reside in Harrogate. NCAA DIVISION II WINNINGESTACTIVE COACHES BY VICTORIES Coach Team 1. Barbara Stevens, Bentley 2. Amy Ruley, North Dakota State 3. Bob Schneider, West Texas A&M 4. Curt Fredrickson, Northern State 5. Lloyd Clark, Delta State 6. Johnny Jacumin, Wingate 7. Nancy Winstel, Northern Kentucky 8. Jodi Gault, Pitt.-Johnstown 9. Ron Marvel, Central Arkansas 10. Tom Shirley, Philadelphia University 11. Joe Foley, Arkansas Tech 12. David Smith, Bellarmine 13. Gene Steinmeyer, Northwest Missouri St. 14. Eliane Kebbe, Belmont Abbey 15. Roger Vannoy, Lincoln Memorial

Yrs. 24 22 23 22 18 21 21 19 21 20 14 19 17 19 19

Wins 587 537 528 526 470 468 426 417 416 414 402 385 382 373 366

THE VANNOY FILE Birthplace: 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 366-174 (67.7 %)


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ASSISTANT COACHES LAKESHIA SALTERS Lakeshia moves into the assistant coach spot this season after spending a year as the graduate assistant. In her one season as a player at LMU, she helped turn around a squad that went 9-17 in the 1998-99 season. The 19992000 squad doubled their win total, going 18-9 and making an appearance in the Gulf South Conference Tournament. Salters also became LMU’s first NCAA All-American when she was named to the Kodak/WBCA Division II All-American team following the 1999-2000 season. She is the fifth AllAmerican in Lady Railsplitter history and her jersey was on display last season in the Women’s Basketball Hall-of-Fame in Knoxville along with other AllAmericans from the 1999-2000 season. On the court, she was the leader in both scoring and rebounding her senior season, averaging 16.6 points per game and 12.9 rebounds per game. Her 294 rebounds ties her for second for most rebounds in a season with Robin Cox. At the conference level, she was ninth in scoring and fifth in rebounding. Her other honors include being named LMU Athlete of the Year at the annual Athletic Banquet. A native of Startex, South Carolina, Lakeshia is the daughter of Robert and Cathy Salters and graduated in the spring of 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in social work. She also currently works as a youth counselor at the Pentacostal Children’s Home in Barbourville, KY in addition to her coaching duties. Her coaching duties include administrative tasks, scouting, recruiting and floor coaching. She will also help handle film exchange and other tasks.

AMANDA JACKSON Amanda takes over the graduate assistant position this season following a stellar four-year career at LMU. Jackson finished her senior season as a Lady Railsplitter ranked 15th in scoring (958 points), ninth in assists (295), third in made three-pointers (72), third in three-point attempts (214) and eighth in threepoint percentage (35.7%). During the 2000-01 season she set the new LMU single-game three-point field goal record when she hit six against Montevallo. Jackson was a standout at nearby Bell County (KY) High School. Along with current LMU player Karra Jackson, she helped lead the Lady Bobcats to several district championships. During the 1996-97 season BCHS was ranked in the top five in the state. Her coaching duties include assisting with administrative tasks, scouting, recruiting and floor coaching. She will also handle film exchange and other tasks. Amanda graduated this past spring with a degree in education. She is a native of Pineville, KY, and currently resides in Middlesboro.


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2001-02 SEASON PREVIEW What can this year’s team do as an encore on the heels of last year’s championship team? Do they have the ability to repeat as GSC Eastern Division Champions? Can they go further and qualify for the NCAA’s? Those are some of the questions that the Lady Railsplitters are facing coming into Coach Roger Vannoy’s 20th year at the helm. There are always questions to be answered for every new year. There are very good questions to have to answer. On this test, the answers are all the same—yes; however, the real test will be in getting it done! First of all the team must match last year’s effort and maintain the same selfless attitude. EASIER SAID THAN DONE! Next, a couple of exciting new players will bring their talents to an already talented team. Meshing those talents into those of the established players must not diminish the team concept. Lastly, our returnees must keep their hunger to succeed. That was our edge last year. There is no place for complacency in the GSC! The backcourt must continue to use the strengths of seniors Karra Jackson, Ashley Cox and Sara Wood. Jackson, an All-GSC performer, must continue to lead by example and set the tone for the Lady Railsplitter offense. Add into the mix Buffy Moore and Sarah Crook and you have a deadly backcourt combination that will be hard to stop. Depth is the word this season on the inside, with Hillary Ross, Dawn Skelcher, Mindy Miller and Christy Wiseman all seeing serious playing time last season. It won’t be “Childs-play” in the paint for opposing teams as Stacey Childs joins her sister Jennifer on the Turner Arena court this season. The addition of Karmella Wynne will also make the inside a dangerous place. And don’t count out Sarah Berry, Tracey Brooks, Olivia Reynolds and Morgane Vannoy. Any one of those players can step up when needed and make a difference in a ball-game. We will face an almost exclusively NCAA-II schedule this year. Some new faces (Quincy and Regis) have been added and a couple of familiar rivalries (Carson-Newman and Bluefield State) have been re-kindled. Tusculum, Bluefield State and long-time rival Carson-Newman always remain dangerous non-conference opponents. Kentucky State makes their first appearance on the schedule since the 1993-94 season. Many of the teams in the GSC are returning the bulk of their rosters—LOOK OUT! The rivalries with West Florida and North Alabama heated up last season with last-minute losses on the road. Look for those to continue this season. Valdosta State looks to be on the verge of re-joining the GSC elite following their appearance in the GSC Tournament last year. And you always need to keep your guard up when playing Alabama-Huntsville and West Georgia, otherwise they will make you pay. Should all the pieces fall into place, this could be a team that people around the Tri-State area and beyond will be talking about for a long time to come.


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TEAM CAPTAINS

2001-02 Team Captains Karra Jackson and Sara Wood

NCAA DIVISION II WOMEN ALL-TIME RANKINGS BY VICTORIES Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Team Delta State East Stroudsburg (PA) Cal Poly-Pomona Bentley (MA) Central Missouri State Arkansas Tech North Dakota State Northern State (SD) Lincoln Memorial Francis Marion Stonehill (MA) Pitt-Johnstown Northern Kentucky Shippensburg (PA) Tarleton State (TX)

Yrs. 34 75 27 27 31 24 35 32 59 28 30 26 27 58 32

Won 752* 665 657 636 634 629 623 617 608 603 575 563 560 556 554

BY PERCENTAGE Lost 188 459 177 146 220 437 255 162 270 238 208 138 218 321 380

Pct. 80.0 59.2 78.8 81.3 74.2 82.1 71.0 79.2 69.2 71.7 73.4 80.3 72.0 63.4 59.3

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

Team Arkansas Tech Bentley (MA) Pitt-Johnstown Delta State Northern State (SD) Cal Poly-Pomona West Texas A & M Central Missouri State Stonehill (MA) Wingate Northern Kentucky Francis Marion North Dakota State Belmont Abbey North Dakota Bellarmine Lincoln Memorial Fort Valley State Florida Southern U. C. Davis

Yrs. 24 27 26 34 32 27 21 31 30 23 27 28 35 21 27 28 59 47 24 28

Won 629 636 563 752* 617 657 484 634 575 497 560 603 623 409 537 531 608 539 434 504

Lost 437 146 138 188 162 177 136 220 208 185 218 238 255 167 222 235 270 240 198 232

Pct. 82.1 81.3 80.3 80.0 79.2 78.8 78.1 74.2 73.4 72.9 72.0 71.7 71.0 71.0 70.8 69.3 69.2 69.2 68.7 68.5


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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS KARRA JACKSON Height: 5’8” Class: Senior Position: Guard Hometown: Middlesboro, Kentucky High School: Bell County High School Currently appears in 8 career, 6 single-season and 2 single game record book categories... only needs 12 made 3-pointers to become the LMU career leader.... Led the team in scoring with 12.4 points per game... Named First Team All-GSC.... Ranked 3rd in the GSC in assists, 8th in assist/turnover ratio, 12th in free throw percentage, 13th in three-point field goals (15th in percentage) and 17th in scoring.... Holds several LMU single-game and single-season records... Coach Vannoy on Karra: ”Twice voted All-Conference by the opposing coaches in the GSC and three times voted team captain by her own teammates. This speaks volumes about “KJ” — the player and the person. She is already leaving her mark on LMU history by carving up the record books, but I think that the one thing that sets her apart is her genuine love for the game of basketball.”

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LMU Statistics GP 1998-99 - 26 1999-00 - 27 2000-01 - 27 Totals - 80

GS 12 26 27 65

Min 646 847 745 2238

FG 82 90 93 265

FGA 208 222 222 652

Pct .394 .405 .419 .406

3FG 19 46 40 105

FGA 75 98 115 288

Pct .253 .469 .348 .365

FT 87 115 110 312

FTA 115 159 139 413

Pct .757 .723 .791 .755

Off 35 31 24 90

Def 73 79 81 233

Tot 108 110 105 323

Avg 4.2 4.1 3.9 4.0

A 65 92 106 263

TO 75 83 101 259

Blk 3 7 6 16

Stl Pts 43 270 51 341 42 336 136 947

Avg 10.4 12.6 12.4 11.8

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KARMELLA WYNNE Height: 6’0” Class: Freshman Position: Center Hometown: Beckley, West Virginia High School: Woodrow Wilson High School Redshirt freshman who really took advantage of last year’s practice time.... She should boost the team’s rebounding power as she has really improved her strength over the last year.... Although she will primarily play the center position, Karmella is an excellent ballhandler and passer.... In high school, she led Woodrow Wilson to the State Tournament and averaged 13.2 ppg.... Scored over 1,000 career points in 3 years.... All-Conference 3 consecutive years.... Named team MVP for the state of West Virginia YBOA Championship team in 1998 (at the age of 16)....

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Coach Vannoy on Karmella: ”Karmella is one of our more talented players. With the benefit of last year’s practice under her belt, I look for her to make an immediate impact on our team. She posts very well and can be very difficult to defend since she can finish shots equally well with either hand.”

HS Statistics (Career) Over 1000 points 17.2 points per game


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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS OLIVIA REYNOLDS Height: 5’11” Class: Freshman Position: Forward/Center Hometown: Friendsville, Tennessee High School: William Blount High School A transfer from the University of Kentucky Track and Field Team where she threw shot put and hammer.... 2000 Tennessee Class AAA Champion in shot put and runner-up in 1999.... A former standout at William Blount High School, she played with the sister of former LMU player April Hutsell.... Was All-District and All-Blount County her junior and senior years as well as Team MVP for the Lady Govs.... YBOA National Tournament MVP in the 18-and-under division in 1999.

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Coach Vannoy on Olivia: ”Olivia has decided to give up a scholarship in track and field at the University of Kentucky to come to LMU and go with her first love... basketball. She has impressed me with her hustle, power and solid moves in the post. I think she is a player who will compete very well at the center position.”

WBHS Statistics No Statistics Available

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MORGANE VANNOY Height: 5’4” Class: Sophomore Position: Guard Hometown: Shawanee, Tennessee High School: Middlesboro High School Led the team in field goal percentage last season (63.6%, 7 of 11)..... Although she saw limited time playing behind Cox and Wood, Morgane was a constant spark of enthusiasm, either on the floor or from the bench..... One of the quicker players on the team, she is at her best in an up-tempo style game.... Morgane grew up on the LMU sidelines watching the Lady Railsplitters, giving her the unique LMU record of most minutes spent on the sideline by a player.. before she even picked up her uniform.

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Coach Vannoy on Morgane: ”I was pleased with Morgane’s progress last year. After being out of basketball for a season, she naturally started out a little slow. However, she showed steady improvement in all phases of her game last year.”

LMU Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A 2000-01 - 12 0 76 7 11 .636 4 7 .571 12 19 .632 3 2 5 0.4 6 Totals - 12 0 76 7 11 .636 4 7 .571 12 19 .632 3 2 5 0.4 6

TO Blk Stl Pts 11 0 7 30 11 0 7 30

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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS TRACY BROOKS Height: 5’6” Class: Freshman Position: Guard Hometown: Harrogate, Tennessee High School: Powell Valley High School Averaged 20 points per game last year for Powell Valley High School, where she started every game of her four year career... Was named First Team All-District all four years, District MVP and All-East Tennessee First Team her junior and senior seasons and Second Team All-State her junior year... Played for Coach Ron Vannoy at Powell Valley (LMU Coach Roger Vannoy’s brother). Coach Vannoy on Tracy: ”Tracy comes to us as the 3rd all-time scoring leader at PVHS, behind Dee Dee Epperson (#1) and Jenny Lamb (#2), both of whom played for LMU. Tracy is an accurate shooter and a good ball handler. She will give us solid depth at the point guard position”

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PVHS Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 - 30 30 ---- 193 419 46.0 41 139 29.5 144 199 72.3 --- --- 111 3.7 84 ---- ---- 126 572 19.1

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ASHLEY COX Height: 5’5” Class: Senior Position: Guard Hometown: Knoxville, Tennessee High School: Halls High School The top three-point shooter in the GSC last year at 50%.... Also ranked 8th in the GSC in overall field goal percentage with 50.3%.... Started 22 of 27 games.... Led the team in free throw percentage (81.5%).... Has 486 career points.... Ranks highly in all career three-point categories.... Had the highest individual single-game score last season with 28 points against Kentucky Wesleyan.... Was named GSC Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 27, the fourth Lady Railsplitter to earn that honor last season. Coach Vannoy on Ashley: ”Ashley really came into her own last season. Not only did she double her point production from the previous two years, but more importantly her shooting percentage jumped from 34% to 50%. She is one of the top long-range bombers not only in the GSC but in the NCAA Division II.”

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LMU Statistics 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 Totals -

GP 26 27 27 80

GS 1 5 22 28

Min 319 487 613 1419

FG 40 47 96 183

FGA 93 119 191 403

Pct .430 .395 .503 .454

3FG 11 12 38 61

FGA 32 35 76 143

Pct .344 .343 .500 .427

FT 11 26 22 59

FTA 13 33 27 73

Pct .846 .788 .815 .808

Off 11 6 12 29

Def 26 22 20 68

Tot 37 28 32 97

Avg 1.4 1.0 1.2 1.2

A 31 38 39 108

TO 19 32 39 90

Blk 0 5 4 9

Stl Pts 14 102 46 132 48 252 108 486

Avg 3.9 4.9 9.3 6.1


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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS SARAH CROOK Height: 5’7” Class: Sophomore Position: Guard Hometown: London, Kentucky High School: South Laurel High School Led the team in 3-point percentage last year (63.6%).... 3rd in assists with 49.... Averaged 11.1 minutes per game.... Standout in both basketball and softball at North Laurel High School.... Was a runner-up for Miss Kentucky Softball her senior year and holds several state records in that sport....

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Coach Vannoy on Sarah: ”In her freshman role last year (as our backup point guard) Sarah’s strong play really enabled our team to play at a high level for the entire game. Sarah is a solid defensive player who can come in and really help extend our defensive pressure. She is also an excellent ball-handler who can take as much pressure as she likes to dish out. Using her athletic ability she is able to up the tempo even more on both the offensive and defensive ends. She is one of our fastest players.”

LMU Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts 2000-01 - 27 0 299 30 63 .476 7 11 .636 8 17 .471 5 29 34 1.3 49 28 1 23 75 Totals - 27 0 299 30 63 .476 7 11 .636 8 17 .471 5 29 34 1.3 49 28 1 23 75

Avg 2.8 2.8

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BUFFY MOORE Height: 5’9” Class: Junior Position: Forward Hometown: Charleston, Tennessee High School: Cleveland State Community College Transfer from Cleveland State Community College, where she was the 2000-01 Athlete of the Year.... TJCAA All-State, All-Eastern Division and All-Star Team selection.... Led the TJCAA in steals with 69.... averaged 18.8 points per game while shooting 48% from the field and 80.7% from the free throw line.... Prepped at Maryville High School and Tellico Plains High School, where she played against former Lady Railsplitters April Hutsell and Natasha Davis.

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Coach Vannoy on Buffy: ”I really feel Buffy is the perfect addition to our team. She is equally adept at scoring from behind the arc or off dribble penetration. She is an excellent ball-handler and passer who is capable at all three perimeter positions. Buffy is also solid on the defensive end as is evident by her 69 steals last year at CSCC and the fact that she drew 14 charges.”

CSCC Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A 2000-01 - 24 24 ----- 166 349 47.6 57 131 37.2 67 83 .807 32 63 95 4.0 79

TO Blk Stl Pts 67 6 69 450

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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS SARA WOOD Height: 5’6” Class: Senior Position: Guard Hometown: Georgetown, Kentucky High School: Scott County High School Voted best defensive player on the team by her teammates the past two years.... Also a previous “110% Award” winner.... Top scoring game was 19 points. against Valdosta State.... Eighth in career made three-pointers and fifth in career three-pointers attempted.... Averaged 15.1 minutes per game last season.... Has 469 career points... Led the team in charges drawn last season. Coach Vannoy on Sara: ”Woody’s shooting percentage may have declined a bit last year, but her effort never did. She is one of the toughest competitors you will ever see play. With her all-out style and floor burns to prove it, you can’t help but appreciate her. Sara is a very competitive player who loves the challenge of being the defensive stopper for our team.”

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LMU Statistics GP 1998-99 - 26 1999-00 - 27 2000-01 - 27 Totals - 80

GS 16 20 5 41

Min 493 580 407 1480

FG 48 63 50 161

FGA 125 171 132 428

Pct .384 .368 .379 .376

3FG 13 31 12 56

FGA 42 88 40 170

Pct .310 .352 .300 .329

FT 39 22 30 91

FTA 46 32 46 124

Pct .848 .688 .652 .734

Off 20 13 14 47

Def 43 62 43 148

Tot 63 75 57 195

Avg 2.4 2.8 2.1 2.4

A 27 37 33 97

TO 39 56 31 126

Blk 5 7 8 20

Stl 20 24 29 73

Pts 148 179 142 469

Avg 5.7 6.6 5.3 5.9

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CHRISTY WISEMAN Height: 5’9” Class: Senior Position: Forward Hometown: Raleigh, Illinois High School: John A. Logan College Led the team in scoring in 3 games last year.... Averaged 5.5 points per game.... Was second on the team with 80.4% from the free throw line.... Her 149 points at LMU last season combined with her 553 at John A. Logan gives her 702 points already for her collegiate career.

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Coach Vannoy on Christy: ”Christy is an excellent offensive player. She has the best post-up ability of any of our perimeter players. She has excellent jumping ability and is a very good rebounder as a result. If she can improve her game on the defensive end, she could really give this team an added dimension.”

LMU Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 - 27 1 286 54 135 .400 0 3 .000 41 51 .804 21 43 64 2.4 33 42 3 31 149 5.5 Totals - 27 1 286 54 135 .400 0 3 .000 41 51 .804 21 43 64 2.4 33 42 3 31 149 5.5


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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS HILLARY ROSS Height: 6’1” Class: Sophomore Position: Forward/Center Hometown: Somerset, Kentucky High School: Pulaski County High School Set the LMU record for most rebounds by a freshman last year with 255.... Only GSC-East Division freshman to be named Player of the Week last season.... Started every game.... Not only led the team in rebounding (9.4 rpg) but ranked fourth in the GSC.... Currently ranks 4th in LMU career rebounding average.... Averaged 8.6 points per game.... had 9 double-doubles last year.... Won the “110%” award and “Most Improved” award last season (voted by her teammates).... Also won the LMU Female Newcomer of the Year Award.

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Coach Vannoy on Hillary: ”Where do I begin to discuss Hillary’s importance to our team? For her to come in as a freshman and have the season she did was a huge part of our success last year. Hillary’s accomplishments speak for themselves but her stats could never speak about the outstanding young lady she is. She has a work ethic and desire that is second to none.”

LMU Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 - 27 27 674 85 175 .486 0 0 .000 61 93 .656 93 162 255 9.4 23 63 23 35 231 8.6 Totals - 27 27 674 85 175 .486 0 0 .000 61 93 .656 93 162 255 9.4 23 63 23 35 231 8.6

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DAWN SKELCHER Height: 5’11” Class: Senior Position: Forward/Center Hometown: Carbondale, Illinois High School: John A. Logan College One of our better post defenders last year.... Although a bit undersized as a post player, Dawn has a knack of coming up with a big rebound or a steal.... She played in all 27 games last year averaging 15.4 minutes per game.... 5th on the team in free throws attempted.

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Coach Vannoy on Dawn: ”Dawn is a coaches player. She has a great attitude, always putting the team first. With our added post depth this year, we may move Dawn outside and let her play some as a small forward. With some improvements in her outside shooting, she can battle for serious playing time there.”

LMU Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 - 27 0 415 46 111 .414 1 14 .071 32 53 .604 31 43 74 2.7 24 32 3 13 125 4.6 Totals - 27 0 415 46 111 .414 1 14 .071 32 53 .604 31 43 74 2.7 24 32 3 13 125 4.6


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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS SARAH BERRY Height: 5’10” Class: Sophomore Position: Forward Hometown: Evarts, Kentucky High School: Evarts High School Saw limited action last year, playing an average of 6.1 minutes in 11 games.... A walk-on who earned a spot on the team with a nice shooting touch and a willingness to do whatever is asked of her for the team’s success.... Last season Sarah joined former LMU standouts Nickie Snow, Monica Owens, Debbie Green, Bridget Long and Amanda Berry in becoming part of a unique “tradition” at LMU in which every 20+ win season in Lady Railsplitter history has had a Harlan County player on the squad...

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Coach Vannoy on Sarah: ”Sarah brings to the team the ability to fill in at several positions. She is a very intelligent player who learns very quickly. Like her sister, Amanda, (who was a Lady Railsplitter from 1996-2000) she has no fear and is always willing to take a charge on defense.”

LMU Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A 2000-01 - 11 0 67 4 19 .211 1 8 .125 8 13 .615 6 9 15 1.4 2 Totals - 11 0 67 4 19 .211 1 8 .125 8 13 .615 6 9 15 1.4 2

TO Blk Stl Pts 2 3 6 17 2 3 6 17

Avg 1.5 1.5

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STACEY CHILDS Height: 6’1” Class: Freshman Position: Forward/Center Hometown: Greentown, Indiana High School: Eastern High School

Joins her sister Jennifer in a Blue and Gray uniform this season.... Basketball and volleyball standout at Eastern High School... Set new Eastern single-game rebounding record with 18 rebounds... Averaged 10.9 points and 6 rebounds.... Had 57 steals from the center position.... Named to the Kokomo Tribune All-Area Team her junior season..... Named First Team All-Mid-Indiana Conference in basketball and volleyball her junior year.... Also named first team All-Howard County and team MVP in the 1999-2000 season.... Can play either power forward or center.

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Coach Vannoy on Stacey: ”A very athletic young post player with a nice combination of both size and speed, Stacey has a nice low post game. She will give us added power on the boards. However, her biggest asset this year may be the fact that she will bring a legitimate shot blocker to the team.”

EHS Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A 2000-01 - 21 -- ---- 90 199 45.2 0 0 0.00 48 69 69.6 43 83 126 6.0 24

TO Blk Stl Pts 57 --- 57 228

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THE 2001-02 LADY RAILSPLITTERS JENNIFER CHILDS Height: 5’11” Class: Junior Position: Forward Hometown: Greentown, Indiana High School: Eastern High School GSC Player of the Week last season (the week ending Jan. 24).... Ranked 2nd in the GSC with a 58.3% field goal percentage.... Led the team in field goals made per game and was third in both scoring (9.7 ppg) and rebounding (5.2 rpg).... Has started 48 out of 54 games in her career.... Has 488 career points. Coach Vannoy on Jennifer: ”Jen is probably our most athletic player overall. Although she is often outsized Jen is able to outquick most opponents. Her ability to run the court is a real asset to our transition game. She also has a clever post game. Another of many on this team with a wonderful attitude making her a pleasure to coach.”

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LMU Statistics GP 1999-00 - 27 2000-01 - 27 Totals - 54

GS 23 25 48

Min 574 652 1226

FG 82 102 184

FGA 149 175 324

Pct .550 .583 .568

3FG 1 1 2

FGA 1 3 4

Pct FT 1.000 60 .333 58 .500 118

FTA 83 90 173

Pct .723 .644 .682

Off 46 58 104

Def 58 82 140

Tot 104 140 244

Avg 3.9 5.2 4.5

A TO Blk 32 44 12 41 43 13 73 87 25

Stl 27 33 60

Pts Avg 225 8.3 263 9.7 488 9.0

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MINDY MILLER Height: 6’0” Class: Senior Position: Center Hometown: Rosiclare, Illinois High School: John A. Logan College 4th on the team in rebounding last year with 99 total rebounds.... Another very capable reserve last year who came off the bench to spark the team several times.... A strong presence in the paint.... One of the top passers on the team. Coach Vannoy on Mindy: ”Mindy is possibly our strongest player. She can be a force on the boards as well as posting up. She can also be very effective with a shot fake or a “no-look” pass to create an easy score.”

#54 LMU Statistics GP GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 - 27 2 365 50 122 .410 3 19 .158 12 33 .364 24 75 99 3.7 31 45 5 17 115 4.3 Totals - 27 2 365 50 122 .410 3 19 .158 12 33 .364 24 75 99 3.7 31 45 5 17 115 4.3


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2001-2002 OPPONENTS REGIS UNIVERSITY Nov. 16 at Quincy, IL

MISSOURI-ROLLA Nov. 17 at Quincy, IL

QUINCY UNIVERSITY Nov. 17 at Quincy, IL

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Location: Denver, CO Enrollment: 1200 Colors: Navy Blue & Gold Nickname: Rangers Conference: Rocky Mtn. Athletic (NCAA II) President: Michael J. Sheeran, S.J. Athletics Director: Barb Schroeder SID: Jeff Duggan Head Coach: Linda Raunig Assistant Coach: Heather Sower

Location: Rolla, MO Enrollment: 4626 Colors: Silver & Gold Nickname: Lady Miners Conference: MIAA (NCAA II) Chancellor: Gary Thomas Athletics Director: Mark Mullin SID: John Kean Head Coach: Linda Roberts Assistant Coach: Marcus Payne

Location: Quincy, IL Enrollment: 1250 Colors: Brown, White & Gold Nickname: Lady Hawks Conference: Great Lakes Valley (NCAA II) President: Rev. Dr. Eugene R. Kole Athletics Director: Pat Atwell SID: Ryan Dowd Head Coach: Larry Just Assistant Coach: Amy Eagan

Series Record: First meeting

Series Record: LMU leads 1-0 Last Meeting: 01-01-01, LMU won 93-69

Series Record: First meeting

2001-02 RANGER SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY MINER SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY HAWK SCHEDULE

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/7 12/16 12/17 12/19 12/30 1/4 1/5 1/10 1/11 1/18 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/19 2/22 2/26, M. 1-2 Home Games

11/8 11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/27 11/30 12/1 12/8 12/9 12/29 1/2 1/5 1/7 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/26-3/2 Home games

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/20 11/24 11/26 12/1 12/6 12/8 12/18-19 12/18 12/19 12/29 1/3 1/5 1/10 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/23 2/27-3/2 Home games

Quincy Tip-Off Tournament Lincoln Memorial Quincy/Missouri-Rolla Western Washington Northwest Nazarene Univ. Northern Colorado Adams State CU - Colorado Springs Southern Colorado Lawrence University Western New Mexico Univ. Fort Lewis New Mexico Highlands Mesa State Western State Nebraska - Kearney Fort Hays State Colorado School of Mines Chadron State Colorado Christian University Metro State Nebraska - Kearney Fort Hays State Colorado School Of Mines Chadron State Coloriad Christian Univ. Metro State RMAC Tournament in bold

STL Goldstar (Exh.) Quincy Tip-Off Tournament Quincy Regis/Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Drury Lincoln (at Drury) Columbia College Harding SIU-Edwardsville Missouri Southern Emporia State Southwest Baptist Pittsburg State Washburn Central Missouri Missouri Western Truman Northwest Missouri Missouri Southern Emporia State Southwest Baptist Pittsburg State Washburn Central Missouri Missouri Western Truman Northwest Missouri MIAA Tournament in bold

Quincy Tip-Off Tournament Missouri-Rolla Lincoln Memorial/Regis Culver-Stockton Kentucky Wesleyan Southern Indiana SIU-Edwardsville Wisconsin-Parkside St. Joseph's College Disney Holiday Classic Wheeling Jesuit Ashland Truman State University Northern Kentucky Bellarmine University Southern Indiana Missouri-St. Louis SIU-Edwardsville @ Lewis University St. Joseph's College Indianapolis Bellarmine University Kentucky Wesleyan Missouri-St. Louis Lewis University Wisconsin-Parkside Indianapolis Northern Kentucky GLVC Tournament in bold


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2001-2002 OPPONENTS KENTUCKY STATE Nov. 20 at Harrogate

UNION COLLEGE Nov. 27 at Barbourville, KY

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA’S COLLEGE AT WISE Nov. 29 at Harrogate

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Location: Frankfort, Kentucky Enrollment: 2312 Colors: Kelly Green & Light Gold Nickname: Thorobrettes Conference: Southern Intercollegiate (NCAA II) President: Dr. George Willis Reid Athletics Director: Derrick Ramsey SID: Ron E. Braden Head Coach: Carol Washington-Clark Assistant Coach: Ervin Josey

Location: Barbourville, KY Enrollment: 1100 Colors: Orange & Black Nickname: Lady Bulldogs Conference: Mid-South (NAIA) President: Dr. David C. Joyce Athletics Director: Dave Nelson SID: Jay Stancil Head Coach: Tim Curry Assistant Coach: Jackie Taylor

Location: Wise, VA Enrollment: 1450 Colors: Nickname: Lady Cavaliers Conference: Appalachian Athletic (NAIA) Chancellor: Steven Kaplan Athletics Director: Carroll Dale SID: Chad Osborne Head Coach: Rachel Clay-Keohane Assistant Coach:

Series Record: LMU leads 4-0 Last Meeting: 02-28-94, LMU won 68-42

Series Record: LMU leads 26-9 Last Meeting: 01-01-01, LMU won 93-69

Series Record: LMU leads 18-4 Last Meeting: 11-22-00, LMU won 99-54

2001-02 THOROBRETTE SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY BULLDOG SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY CAVALIER SCHEDULE

11/20 11/29 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/16 1/5 1/10 1/12 1/14 1/16 1/19 1/22 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/26-28 Home games

11/3 11/6 11/10 11/13 11/16-17 11/20 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/8 12/11 12/28-29 1/3 1/5 1/10 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/23 2/28-3/2 Home games

11/6 11/9-10 11/13 11/16 11/20 11/23-24 11/29 12/1 12/6 12/8 1/3 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/17 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/29 2/1 2/5 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/14 2/16 Home games

Lincoln Memorial Fort Valley State Albany State Oakland City Truman State Lincoln (MO) University Spalding Miles LeMoyne-Owen Lane Northern KY Tuskegee Central State Paine Clark Lincoln (MO)University Fort Valley State Albany State Oakland City Miles LeMoyne-Owen Lane Tuskegee Central State Paine Clark SIAC Tournament in bold

King Virginia Intermont Lee King Midway Tournament Lee Lincoln Memorial UVA-Wise Berea Virginia Intermont Midway Taylor Tournament Campbellsville Lindsey Wilson Lambuth Cumberland (TN) Georgetown Pikeville Cumberland (KY) Campbellsville Lindsey Wilson Cumberland (TN) Lambuth Georgetown Pikeville Cumberland (KY) Mid-South Tournament in bold

Berea College Pikeville College Tournament Bluefield Covenant Brevard Morris (S.C.) Tournament Lincoln Memorial University Union College Montreat Pikeville Alice Lloyd King Bryan Milligan Virginia Intermont Tennessee Wesleyan Montreat Virginia Intermont Bluefield Covenant Alice Lloyd Brevard Tennessee Wesleyan Milligan King Bryan in bold


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2001-2002 OPPONENTS TUSCULUM COLLEGE Dec. 1 in Harrogate Jan. 31 at Greeneville, TN

BLUEFIELD STATE Dec. 3 in Harrogate

CARSON-NEWMAN Dec. 6 at Jefferson City, TN Jan. 2 in Harrogate

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Location: Greeneville, TN Enrollment: 1600 Colors: Orange & Black Nickname: Lady Pioneers Conference: South Atlantic (NCAA II) President: Dr. Dolphus Henry Athletics Director: Ed Hoffmeyer SID: Dom Donnelly Head Coach: Suzanne McBride Assistant Coach: Sally Combs

Location: Bluefield, WV Enrollment: 1100 Colors: Blue & Gold Nickname: Lady Blues Conference: WV Intercollegiate (NCAA II) President: Dr. Robert E. Moore Athletics Director: Terry Brown SID: None Head Coach: Gary Brown Assistant Coach: N/A

Location: Jefferson City, TN Enrollment: 2205 Colors: Orange & Blue Nickname: Lady Eagles Conference: South Atlantic (NCAA II) President: Dr. James Netherton Athletics Director: David Barger SID: Marlin Curnutt Head Coach: Dean Walsh Assistant Coach: Matt Acton

Series Record: LMU leads 27-11 Last Meeting: 01-31-01, LMU won 77-58

Series Record: LMU leads 7-5 Last Meeting: 11-21-99, BSC won 79-70

Series Record: LMU leads 33-32 (since 1921) Last Meeting: 12-13-98, CNC won 69-67

2001-02 LADY PIONEER SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY BLUE SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY EAGLE SCHEDULE

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/19 11/24 11/29 12/1 12/5 12/6 12/13 1/2-3 1/2 1/3 1/5 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/26, 3/1-2 Home games

11/27 11/30-12/1 12/3 12/15 1/5 1/7 1/10 1/12 1/14 1/17 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/27-28 Home games

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/24 12/3 12/6 12/13 1/2 1/5 1/7 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/26-3/1-2 Home games

SAC/Peach Belt Clash UNC Pembroke Lander Concord USC Spartanburg Milligan Lincoln Memorial North Greenville Milligan North Greenville Concord Tournament Fairmont State Concord Presbyterian Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne Newberry Carson-Newman Mars Hill Wingate Lincoln Memorial Presbyterian Catawba Lenoir Rhyne Newberry Carson-Newman Mars Hill Wingate SAC Tournament in bold

Marietta College Alderson-Broaddus Classic Lincoln Memorial Salem International Five Towns College West Virginia State Concord Charleston (WV) Ohio Valley Alderson-Broaddus West Virginia Wesleyan Shepherd Glenville College West Virginia Tech Fairmont State Wheeling Jesuit West Liberty Concord Davis & Elkins West Virginia Tech West Virginia State Charleston (WV) WVIAC Tournament in bold

Bellarmine Classic Slippery Rock (PA) Bellarmine/Erskine Eckerd Rollins North Greenville Lincoln Memorial Maryville Lincoln Memorial Wingate Converse Mars Hill Presbyterian Lenoir-Rhyne Tusculum Newberry Catawba Converse Wingate North Greenville Mars Hill Presbyterian Shorter Lenoir-Rhyne Tusculum Newberry Catawba SAC Tournament in bold


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2001-2002 OPPONENTS WEST ALABAMA Dec. 8 in Harrogate Jan. 28 at Livingston, AL

WEST GEORGIA Jan. 5 at Carrollton, GA Feb. 4 in Harrogate

NORTH ALABAMA Jan. 8 in Harrogate Jan. 24 at Florence, AL

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Location: Livingston, AL Enrollment: 2100 Colors: Red, White & Black Nickname: Lady Tigerss Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Dr. Ed D. Roach Athletics Director: Dee Outlaw SID: Jason Hughes Head Coach: Amanda Marks Assistant Coach: Linda Burgess

Location: Carrollton, GA Enrollment: 8670 Colors: Blue & Red Nickname: Lady Braves Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Dr. Beheruz N. Sethna Athletics Director: Ed Murphy SID: Mitch Gray Head Coach: Craig Roden Assistant Coach: Rena Holden

Location: Florence, AL Enrollment: 5800 Colors: Purple & Gold Nickname: Lady Lions Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Dr. Robert L. Potts Athletics Director: Dan Summey SID: Jeff Hodges Head Coach: Jeri Porter Assistant Coach: Annette Alston

Series Record: Series tied 7-7 Last Meeting: 01-29-01, LMU won 84-68

Series Record: LMU leads 11-6 Last Meeting: 02-05-01, LMU won 58-44

Series Record: UNA leads 11-7 Last Meeting: 01-25-01, LMU won 77-56

2001-02 LADY TIGER SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY BRAVE SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY LION SCHEDULE

11/11 11/23-24 11/23 11/24 11/26 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/18 12/28-29 12/28 12/29 1/3 1/5 1/9 1/12 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/4 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/23 2/28-3/3

11/16 11/18 11/23-24 11/23 11/24 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/15 12/28-29 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/26 1/29 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/21 2/23 2/28-3/3

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/23-24 11/23 11/24 11/28 12/1 12/3 12/5 12/15 12/29 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/16 1/21 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/4 2/9 2/11 2/19 2/28-3/3

MTSU (Exhibition) Ark.-Monticello Tournament Central Arkansas Arkansas-Monticello Harding Life University Lincoln Memorial Tuskegee Harding MUW Christmas Classic Delta State Southern Arkansas Valdosta State West Florida Tuskegee North Alabama Montevallo Mississippi-Women Alabama-Huntsville West Georgia Lincoln Memorial Valdosta State West Florida North Alabama Montevallo Mississippi-Women Alabama-Huntsville West Georgia GSC Tournament Tupelo, MS Home games in bold

Livingston Columbus State West Georgia Classic Columbus State Clayton State Flagler Nova Southeastern Reinhardt North Georgia Clayton State Tournament Catawba Clayton State/Albany State West Florida Lincoln Memorial Valdosta State Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Montevello West Alabama Mississippi-Women West Florida Lincoln Memorial Valdosta State Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Montevallo Mississippi-Women West Alabama GSC Tournament Tupelo, MS Home games in bold

UAH Tournament Arkansas-Monticello Championship/Consolation Harding Classic Lyon Harding Delta State Ouachita Baptist Christian Brothers Valdosta State Lane Ouachita Baptist Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial West Alabama West Georgia Fort Valley State West Florida Lincoln Memorial Mississippi-Women Valdosta State Mississippi-Women Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville West Alabama West Georgia West Florida GSC Tournament Tupelo, MS Home games in bold


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2001-2002 OPPONENTS MONTEVALLO Jan. 12 at Montevallo, AL Feb. 9 in Harrogate

VALDOSTA STATE Jan. 14 in Harrogate Feb. 11 at Valdosta, GA

MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN Jan. 21 in Harrogate Feb. 18 at Columbus, MS

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Location: Montevallo, AL Enrollment: 3300 Colors: Purple & Gold Nickname: Lady Falcons Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Dr. Robert M. McChesney Athletics Director: Michael Cancilla SID: Alfred Kojima Head Coach: Peggy Keebler Assistant Coach: Sammy Skinner

Location: Valdosta, GA Enrollment: 9850 Colors: Red & Black Nickname: Lady Blazers Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Dr. Hugh Bailey Athletics Director: Herb Reinhard SID: Steve Roberts Head Coach: Kiley Hill Assistant Coach: Jennifer Head

Location: Columbus, MS Enrollment: 2800 Colors: Columbia & Navy Nickname: Blues Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Judge Lenore Prather (Interim) Athletics Director: Dr. Jo Spearman SID: Todd Bunnell Head Coach: Glenn Schmidt Assistant Coach: Lea Herndon

Series Record: UM leads 5-7 Last Meeting: 02-10-01, UM won 76-57

Series Record: LMU leads 9-7 Last Meeting: 02-12-01, LMU won 52-44

Series Record: LMU leads 5-1 Last Meeting: 02-19-01, LMU won 93-48

2001-02 LADY FALCON SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY BLAZER SCHEDULE

2001-02 BLUES SCHEDULE

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/20 11/21 11/28 12/1 12/15 12/29 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/20 2/28-3/3

11/16 11/20 11/23-24 11/23 11/24 11/27 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/ 8 12/19 12/29-30 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/7 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/23 2/28-3/3

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/30/12-1 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/11 12/15 12/17 12/28-29 12/28 12/29 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/26 1/29 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/23 2/28-3/3

UM/Coca-Cola Classic Tuskegee Spelman College Tampa Saint Leo Kennesaw State Alabama-Huntsville Arkansas-Monticello Kennesaw State University North Alabama Mississippi-Women West Florida Lincoln Memorial West Alabama West Georgia Valdosta State Alabama-Huntsville Spelman North Alabama Mississippi-Women West Florida Lincoln Memorial West Alabama West Georgia Valdosta State Miles College GSC Tournament Tupelo, MS Home games in bold

Tampa Spelman West Georgia Tournament Clayton State Columbus State Albany State Nova Southeastern Flagler North Alabama Mississippi/Women Albany State UWF Crossover Classic Central Arkansas Arkansas Tech West Alabama* 6 pm West Georgia* 6 pm Mississippi/Women Lincoln Memorial Alabama-Huntsville Montevallo West Florida North Alabama West Alabama West Georgia Lincoln Memorial Alabama-Huntsville Montevallo West Florida GSC Tournament Tupelo, MS Home games in bold

Landmark Tipoff Classic LeMoyne Owen Lane Pepsi UCA Women’s Classic Arkansas-Monticello Central Arkansas Miles Valdosta State Miles St. Leo Rollins Landmark New Year Classic Southern Arkansas Delta State Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville Valdosta State West Florida West Alabama Lincoln Memorial North Alabama West Georgia North Alabama Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville West Florida West Alabama Lincoln Memorial West Georgia GSC Tournament Tupelo, MS Home games in bold


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2001-2002 OPPONENTS WEST FLORIDA Jan. 19 at Pensacola, FL Feb. 16 in Harrogate

ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE Feb. 2 in Harrogate Feb. 23 at Huntsville, AL

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Location: Pensacola, FL Enrollment: 9300 Colors: Blue & Green Nickname: Lady Argonauts Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Dr. Morris L. Marx Athletics Director: Richard Berg SID: Cara Lynn Rasmussen Head Coach: Shannan Wilkey Assistant Coach: N/A

Location: Huntsville, AL Enrollment: 8000 Colors: Royal Blue & White Nickname: Lady Chargers Conference: Gulf South (NCAA II) President: Dr. Frank Franz Athletics Director: Jim Harris SID: Antoine Bell Head Coach: Andy Blackston Assistant Coach: Amanda Baker

Series Record: UWF leads 9-5 Last Meeting: 02-17-01, UWF won 59-57

Series Record: LMU leads 18-7 Last Meeting: 02-24-01, LMU won 81-75

2001-02 LADY ARGO SCHEDULE

2001-02 LADY CHARGER SCHEDULE

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/21 11/23 11/27 11/30-12/1 11/30 12/4 12/17 12-29-30 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/5 1/8 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/16 2/19 2/23 Home games

11/16-17 11/16 11/17 11/20 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/8 12/14 12/20-21 12/20 12/21 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/28-3/3

UWF Tip-off Tournament Georgia College Championship/Consolation Flagler Florida Southern Mobile ND State Tournament Cal Poly-Pomona Alabama-Huntsville Mobile UWF Holiday Classic Arkansas Tech Central Arkansas West Georgia West Alabama Montevallo Mississippi-Women Lincoln Memorial North Alabama Valdosta State Alabama-Huntsville West Georgia West Alabama Montevallo Mississippi-Women Lincoln Memorial North Alabama Valdosta State in bold

UAH Tournament Arkansas-Monticello Championship/Consolation Shorter College Life University Montevallo West Florida Martin Methodist Kentucky Wesleyan NKU Tournament Northern Kentucky Championship/Consolation North Alabama Mississippi-Women West Georgia Oakland City Valdosta State West Alabama Montevallo West Florida Lincoln Memorial University North Alabama Mississippi-Women West Georgia Oakland City Valdosta State West Alabama Lincoln Memorial University GSC Tournament Tupelo, MS Home games in bold

KEEP UP WITH LADY RAILSPLITTER BASKETBALL!! Phone the LMU Sports Line Locally At: 869-6400 Or Toll-Free At: 1-800-325-0900 ext. 6400 Check Out the LMU Athletics Website www.lmunet.edu/athletics ROGER VANNOY LMU SUMMER CAMPS High School Team Camp: June 10-14, 2002 Individual Camp: June 17-20, 2002 Elementary School Team Camp: July 15-19, 2002 For more information call: (423) 869-6241


GSC MEN’S AND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENTS AT THE BANCORPSOUTH CENTER, TUPELO, MS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2002 Men’s Quarterfinals Noon, 2:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. (Teams and matchups to be announced) FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2002 Women’s Quarterfinals Noon, 2:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. (Teams and matchups to be announced) SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 2002 Men’s Semifinals Noon, 2:00 p.m. Women’s Semifinals 5:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2002 Men’s Final 1:00 p.m. Women’s Final 3:00 p.m.

For ticket information, call the BancorpSouth Center Box Office at (662) 841-6528 or visit them on the web at www.tupelo.net.


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2000-01 SEASON REVIEW “A Year To Remember” The Gulf South Conference Eastern Division Championship is the crowning achievement of a season filled with success in 2000-01. A 21-6 overall record produced through the strength of an undefeated 13-0 home court run, would also qualify the team as the winningest over the last decade. Their work off the court in the classroom would earn them the top spot in the WBCA Academic Top 25 NCAA Division II Poll. From the opening of practice at “midnight madness” (which saw over 1,200 people in attendance) through the last home game (with over 2,000 attending), it was a year to remember. Lone senior Amanda Jackson lived the dream of completing her home court career at Senior Night with a win to clinch the GSC Eastern Divison title and complete a magical 13-0 run at home Yet this team had eight players on it who were new to the LMU progam. The five veterans may have been small in numbers but they certainly came up big in the leadership category. This team will be remembered for having talented players throughout the roster, but there can be no doubt that the intangible ingredient to their success was the chemistry of the team. If you had a seat directly behind the team, chances were your vision was often blocked because the entire bench would jump to their feet after every good play. The 2000-01 squad averaged 74.3 points (second in the GSC) and had an average margin of victory of 12.2 points. The 142 three pointers made were the most in LMU history. In all the team would rank in the top 4 in the GSC in 10 total team statistical categories. Amanda Jackson, the lone senior, finished her LMU career with 958 career points, ranking her 15th all-time at LMU. She also finished third in three-pointers made (72) and attempted (214) and had a 42-10 home court record as a Lady Railsplitter.

WBCA 2000-01 ACADEMIC TOP 10 Institution 1. Lincoln Memorial University 2. Central Missouri State 3. Regis University 4. South Dakota 5. Abilene Christian University 6. Lewis University 7. Montana State-Billings 8. Incarnate Word 9. Winona State University 10. Drury University

Head Coach Roger A. Vannoy Scott Ballard Linda Rauning Chad Lavin Wayne Williams Brian Michalak Karyn Pilskalns Angela B. Lawson Terese A. Sheridan Nyla Milleson

GPA 3.620 3.594 3.591 3.555 3.535 3.535 3.480 3.472 3.453 3.446


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2000-2001 FINAL RESULTS DATE 11/17/00 11/18/00 11/22/00 11/27/00 11/29/00 12/02/00

TIME 1:30 pm 6:00 pm 1:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm

OPPONENT # vs Florida Tech # at Bellarmine at UVa's College at Wise VIRGINIA INTERMONT TUSCULUM COLLEGE MILLIGAN

12/04/00 6:00 pm 12/6/00 6:00 p.m.

W W W W

SCORE ATTEND 86-77 298 71-94 L 388 99-54 90 87-46 207 91-74 195 91-56 178

at Converse College W 71-50 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN W(OT) 77-69

12/9/00 5:30 pm CT 01/03/01 6:00 pm

* at West Alabama UNION COLLEGE

01/06/01 01/09/01 01/13/01 1/15/01 01/19/01 01/22/01

* * * * * *

6:00 pm 7:00 pm CT 6:00 pm 6 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm CT

W

WEST GEORGIA at North Alabama MONTEVALLO at Valdosta State WEST FLORIDA at MS Univ. for Women

98 405

68-72 L 93-69

360 305

W W W W

70-68 50-51 L 75-69 71-62 78-51 70-62

287 218 314 402 432 225

W W

HIGH POINTS (20)Jackson, Karra (19)Childs, Jennifer (14)Jackson, Karra (18)Wiseman, Christy (15)Cox, Ashley (15)Childs, Jennifer (15)Cox, Ashley (14)Jackson, Karra (28)Cox, Ashley (14)Wiseman, Christy (13)Wiseman, Christy (13)Ross, Hillary (20)Jackson, Karra (16)Jackson, Amanda (24)Jackson, Amanda (19)Wood, Sara (23)Ross, Hillary (17)Jackson, Karra

01/25/01 6:00 pm 01/29/01 6:00 pm 1/31/01 6:00 pm

* NORTH ALABAMA * WEST ALABAMA at Tusculum College

W W W

77-56 84-68 77-58

400 463 345

2/3/01 5:00 pm CT 2/5/01 5:30 pm 02-10-01 5:30 pm CT

* at Alabama-Huntsville * at West Georgia * at Montevallo

W W

71-58 58-44 57-76 L

772 307 100

02/12/01 6:00 pm 02/17/01 4:30 pm CT 02/19/01 6:00 pm

* VALDOSTA STATE * at West Florida * MS UNIV. FOR WOMEN

W W

52-44 57-59 L 93-48

307 205 207

(21)Jackson, Karra (15)Jackson, Amanda (11)Miller, Mindy (11)Ross, Hillary (16)Jackson, Amanda (13)Jackson, Karra (12)Jackson, Karra (12)Cox, Ashley (16)Jackson, Karra (16)Ross, Hillary (19)Skelcher, Dawn

02/24/01 6:00 pm 3-01-01 1:30 pm CT

* ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE W ! vs Ouachita Baptist

81-75 52-67 L

1897 217

(23)Cox, Ashley (14)Jackson, Amanda

#-United Electric Tip-off Tournament, Louisville, KY !-Gulf South Conference Tournament, Tupelo, MS *-Gulf South Conference game RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 21-6 12-4 9-2

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY GAMES HOME 13 AWAY 12 NEUTRAL 2 TOTAL 27

HOME 13-0 8-0 5-0

AWAY 7-5 4-4 3-1

TOTALS 5597 3510 515 9622

AVG/GAME 431 293 258 356

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

HIGH REBOUNDS (15)Ross, Hillary (8)Ross, Hillary (10)Ross, Hillary (11)Wiseman, Christy (8)Ross, Hillary (11)Ross, Hillary (10)Ross, Hillary (11)Childs, Jennifer (11)Ross, Hillary (5)Childs, Jennifer (11)Ross, Hillary (10)Ross, Hillary (10)Ross, Hillary (11)Ross, Hillary (8)Ross, Hillary (15)Ross, Hillary (6)Childs, Jennifer (6)Jackson, Amanda (8)Ross, Hillary (9)Ross, Hillary (9)Ross, Hillary (9)Ross, Hillary (14)Ross, Hillary (10)Ross, Hillary (12)Ross, Hillary (15)Ross, Hillary (8)Ross, Hillary (8)Miller, Mindy (8)Childs, Jennifer (6)Ross, Hillary


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2000-2001 FINAL STATISTICS Player Jackson, Karra Childs, Jennifer Cox, Ashley Jackson, Amanda Ross, Hillary Wiseman, Christy Wood, Sara Skelcher, Dawn Miller, Mindy Crook, Sarah Vannoy, Morgane Moore, Jennifer Berry, Sarah TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

GP 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 12 12 11

GS 27 25 22 26 27 1 5 0 2 0 0 0 0

Min Avg 745 27.6 652 24.1 613 22.7 721 26.7 674 25.0 286 10.6 407 15.1 415 15.4 365 13.5 299 11.1 76 6.3 105 8.8 67 6.1

27 27

FG 93 102 96 86 85 54 50 46 50 30 7 7 4

TOTAL FGA Pct 222 .419 175 .583 191 .503 204 .422 175 .486 135 .400 132 .379 111 .414 122 .410 63 .476 11 .636 16 .438 19 .211

710 1576 .451 565 1480 .382

OVERALL 21-6 12-4 9-2

HOME 13-0 8-0 5-0

AWAY 7-5 4-4 3-1

3-PTS 3FG FGA 40 115 1 3 38 76 34 87 0 0 0 3 12 40 1 14 3 19 7 11 4 7 1 4 1 8

Pct .348 .333 .500 .391 .000 .000 .300 .071 .158 .636 .571 .250 .125

FT 110 58 22 45 61 41 30 32 12 8 12 6 8

142 387 105 390

.367 .269

445 652 .683 383 556 .689

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

FTA 139 90 27 63 93 51 46 53 33 17 19 8 13

Pct .791 .644 .815 .714 .656 .804 .652 .604 .364 .471 .632 .750 .615

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot 24 81 105 58 82 140 12 20 32 39 42 81 93 162 255 21 43 64 14 43 57 31 43 74 24 75 99 5 29 34 3 2 5 1 13 14 6 9 15 47 61 108 378 705 1083 340 598 938

SCORE BY PERIODS: Lincoln Memorial Opponents

Avg 3.9 5.2 1.2 3.0 9.4 2.4 2.1 2.7 3.7 1.3 0.4 1.2 1.4 4.0 40.1 34.7

1st 986 788

A 106 41 39 50 23 33 33 24 31 49 6 14 2

TO 101 43 39 75 63 42 31 32 45 28 11 16 2 19 451 547 333 576

2nd 1007 883

Blk Stl 6 42 13 33 4 48 8 49 23 35 3 31 8 29 3 13 5 17 1 23 0 7 0 12 3 6

Pts 336 263 252 251 231 149 142 125 115 75 30 21 17

Avg 12.4 9.7 9.3 9.3 8.6 5.5 5.3 4.6 4.3 2.8 2.5 1.8 1.5

77 345 2007 74.3 87 232 1618 59.9

OT 14 6

Total 2007 1677

2000-2001 PLAYER HIGHS Points ---------------------------------------- (28) --------------- Ashley Cox ---------------Field Goals Made -------------------------- (12) --------------- Ashley Cox ---------------Field Goal Attempts ----------------------- (19) --------------- Ashley Cox ---------------Field Goal Percentage (min 5 made) ---- 1.000 (8-8) ------ Dawn Skelcher -----------3-Point Field Goals Made ---------------- (6) ---------------- Amanda Jackson ---------3-Point Field Goal Attempts -------------- (8) ---------------- Ashley Cox -------------------------------------------------------------- (8) ---------------- Amanda Jackson -------------------------------------------------------- (8) ---------------- Karra Jackson ------------3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made) -------------- 1.000 (4-4) ------ Ashley Cox -------------------------------------------------------------- 1.000 (4-4) ------ Ashley Cox ---------------Free Throws Made ------------------------- (12) --------------- Karra Jackson ------------Free Throw Attempts ---------------------- (14) --------------- Karra Jackson ----------------------------------------------------------- (14) --------------- Karra Jackson ------------Free Throw Percentage (min 3 made) --- 1.000 (12-12) --- Karra Jackson ------------Rebounds ----------------------------------- (15) --------------- Hillary Ross ------------------------------------------------------------- (15) --------------- Hillary Ross ------------------------------------------------------------- (150 -------------- Hillary Ross --------------Assists --------------------------------------- (8) ---------------- Karra Jackson ----------------------------------------------------------- (8) ---------------- Karra Jackson ----------------------------------------------------------- (8) ---------------- Karra Jackson ------------Steals ---------------------------------------- (5) ---------------- Jennifer Childs ---------------------------------------------------------- (5) ---------------- Karra Jackson ----------------------------------------------------------- (5) ---------------- Jennifer Moore -----------Blocked Shots ------------------------------ (5) ---------------- Hillary Ross ------------------------------------------------------------- (5) ---------------- Hillary Ross --------------Turnovers ----------------------------------- (10) --------------- Karra Jackson -------------

vs Kentucky Wesleyan --- 12/6/00 vs Kentucky Wesleyan ---- 12/6/00 vs Kentucky Wesleyan ---- 12/6/00 vs MUW -------------------- 02/19/01 vs Montevallo -------------- 01/13/01 at Montevallo -------------- 02-10-01 vs Montevallo -------------- 01/13/01 vs Kentucky Wesleyan ---- 12/6/00 vs Alabama-Huntsville ---- 02/24/01 vs West Alabama ----------- 01/29/01 vs North Alabama ---------- 01/25/01 vs Valdosta State ----------- 02/12/01 vs West Georgia ------------ 01/06/01 vs North Alabama ---------- 01/25/01 at West Florida ------------- 02/17/01 vs West Florida ------------- 01/19/01 vs Florida Tech ------------- 11/17/00 vs Alabama-Huntsville ---- 02/24/01 vs North Alabama ---------- 01/25/01 vs Tusculum College ------ 11/29/00 vs Valdosta State ----------- 02/12/01 vs Montevallo -------------- 01/13/01 vs Virginia Intermont ------ 11/27/00 vs West Alabama ----------- 01/29/01 vs West Florida ------------- 01/19/01 at Alabama-Huntsville ---- 2/3/01

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2000-2001 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent vs Florida Tech at Bellarmine at UVa-Wise VA Intermont Tusculum Milligan at Converse College KY Wesleyan at West Alabama Union West Georgia at North Alabama Montevallo at Valdosta State West Florida at MS Univ.-Women North Alabama West Alabama at Tusculum at Ala.-Huntsville at West Georgia at Montevallo Valdosta State at West Florida MS Univ.-Women Alabama-Huntsville vs Ouachita Baptist Lincoln Memorial Opponents

Score 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 2007 1618

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

FG 26 23 39 33 33 37 27 30 24 41 22 20 23 18 28 24 22 31 28 26 19 19 17 20 36 27 17 710 565

Games played: 27 Points/game: 74.3 FG Pct: 45.1 3FG Pct: 36.7 FT Pct: 68.3

FGA 50 57 73 59 68 72 51 74 51 80 54 42 59 38 55 52 54 69 61 54 41 68 56 51 70 58 59 1576 1480

TOTAL Pct 3FG .520 6 .404 4 .534 6 .559 4 .485 5 .514 8 .529 3 .405 7 .471 5 .513 3 .407 4 .476 3 .390 9 .474 5 .509 6 .462 1 .407 5 .449 7 .459 5 .481 7 .463 7 .279 9 .304 2 .392 5 .514 6 .466 8 .288 2 .451 142 .382 105

FGA 10 15 13 14 16 18 8 18 10 14 13 9 22 10 15 9 11 20 14 18 10 26 13 11 17 16 17 387 390

3-PTRS Pct FT .600 28 .267 21 .462 15 .286 17 .313 20 .444 9 .375 14 .389 10 .500 15 .214 8 .308 22 .333 7 .409 20 .500 30 .400 16 .111 21 .455 28 .350 15 .357 16 .389 12 .700 13 .346 10 .154 16 .455 12 .353 15 .500 19 .118 16 .367 445 .269 383

FTA 36 27 21 30 31 12 22 17 22 16 32 10 32 42 24 23 36 23 26 16 18 17 23 17 28 24 27 652 556

Pct .778 .778 .714 .567 .645 .750 .636 .588 .682 .500 .688 .700 .625 .714 .667 .913 .778 .652 .615 .750 .722 .588 .696 .706 .536 .792 .593 .683 .689

Off 11 14 19 12 18 14 10 24 7 18 17 8 13 6 10 8 13 19 17 12 8 23 19 13 17 15 13 378 340

REBOUNDS Def Tot Avg 30 41 41.0 18 32 36.5 34 53 42.0 26 38 41.0 25 43 41.4 34 48 42.5 23 33 41.1 22 46 41.8 17 24 39.8 27 45 40.3 21 38 40.1 29 37 39.8 30 43 40.1 31 37 39.9 36 46 40.3 24 32 39.8 27 40 39.8 23 42 39.9 33 50 40.4 22 34 40.1 29 37 40.0 27 50 40.4 19 38 40.3 30 43 40.4 31 48 40.7 16 31 40.3 21 34 40.1 705 1083 40.1 598 938 34.7

A 16 14 30 21 23 27 25 18 7 25 10 7 20 9 17 14 16 19 22 20 11 11 11 10 26 17 5 451 333

TO 32 24 22 20 23 14 16 28 16 16 21 30 19 19 21 18 15 16 20 22 23 25 15 25 25 11 11 547 576

Blk 0 1 1 4 4 4 2 7 1 6 6 2 2 3 7 4 3 8 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 77 87

Stl 10 11 18 27 20 14 12 14 10 16 13 7 15 6 12 15 13 12 12 10 8 10 18 7 18 7 10 345 232

Pts Avg 86 86.0 71 78.5 99 85.3 87 85.8 91 86.8 91 87.5 71 85.1 77 84.1 68 82.3 93 83.4 70 82.2 50 79.5 75 79.2 71 78.6 78 78.5 70 78.0 77 77.9 84 78.3 77 78.2 71 77.8 58 76.9 57 76.0 52 75.0 57 74.2 93 75.0 81 75.2 52 74.3 2007 74.3 1618 59.9

Rebounds/game: 40.1 Assists/game: 16.7 Turnovers/game: 20.3 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.8 Steals/game: 12.8 Blocks/game: 2.9

2000-2001 TEAM HIGHS Points ---------------------------------Field Goals Made -------------------Field Goal Attempts -----------------Field Goal Percentage --------------3 Point Field Goals Made --------------------------------------------------3 Point Field Goal Attempts --------3 Point FG Percentage --------------Free Throws Made ------------------Free Throw Attempts ---------------Free Throw Percentage -------------Rebounds ----------------------------Assists -------------------------------Steals ---------------------------------Blocked Shots -----------------------Turnovers -----------------------------

(99) -------------------------------- at Virginia-Wise ---------------------------------- 11/22/00 (41) -------------------------------- vs Union College -------------------------------- 01/01/01 (80) -------------------------------- vs Union College -------------------------------- 01/01/01 .559 (33-59) ----------------------- vs Virginia Intermont ---------------------------- 11/27/00 (9) --------------------------------- at Montevallo ------------------------------------ 02/10/01 (9) --------------------------------- vs Montevallo ----------------------------------- 01/13/01 (26) -------------------------------- vs Montevallo ----------------------------------- 01/13/01 .700 (7-10) ------------------------ at West Georgia ---------------------------------- 02/05/01 (30) -------------------------------- at Valdosta State --------------------------------- 01/15/01 (42) -------------------------------- at Valdosta State --------------------------------- 01/15/01 .913 (21-23) ----------------------- at MUW ------------------------------------------ 01/22/01 (53) -------------------------------- at Virginia-Wise ---------------------------------- 11/22/00 (30) -------------------------------- at Virginia-Wise ---------------------------------- 11/22/00 (27) -------------------------------- vs Virginia Intermont ---------------------------- 11/27/00 (8) --------------------------------- vs West Alabama -------------------------------- 01/29/01 (32) -------------------------------- vs Florida Tech ---------------------------------- 11/17/00


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CAREER LEADERS

18. 19. 20.

Name Debbie Green Robin Adams Carrie Shoffner Lori Neely Pam Walters Terry Whitehead Juanita Hall Rachel Peach Marcie Stout Robin Cox Bridget Long Laura Winters Nickie Snow Monica Owens Amanda Jackson Karra Jackson Sis Lawhead Brandy Brown Anita Nelums Melinda Godfrey Heather Brown

Seasons (1988-91) (1987-90) (1985-89) (1985-89) (1989-93) (1984-86) (1978-82) (1981-85) (1981-85) (1992-96) (1990-94) (1988-92) (1984-88) (1986-90) (1997-01) (1998- ) (1980-82) (1994-98) (1992-95) (1986-88) (1993-97)

Pts. 1907 1678 1511 1314 1249 1227 1220 1206 1204 1154 1108 1066 1027 986 958 947 947 945 909 880 880

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

Field Goals Made Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

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)

Name/Team Heather Brown Karra Jackson Amanda Jackson Mollie Cooper Ashley Cox Celine Cloutier Suzanne Hopkins Sara Wood Melinda Godfrey Lori Capps

Seasons (1993-97) (1998- ) (1997-01) (1994-97) (1998- ) (1994-96) (1989-93) (1998- ) (1996-98) (1995-98)

FGM 816 648 633 527 522 510 487 487 462 462

3FGM 116 105 72 68 61 60 58 56 42 41

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

8. 10.

Name/Team Robin Adams Laura Winters Lori Neely Karra Jackson Bridget Long Marcie Stout Debbie Green Terry Whitehead Carrie Shoffner Amanda Jackson

Seasons (1987-90) (1988-92) (1985-89) (1998- ) (1990-94) (1981-85) (1988-91) (1984-86) (1985-89) (1997-01)

9. 10.

9. 10.

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

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

Assists Reb. 859 736 709 664 655 605 580 540 520 503 488 474 459 450 447 442 426 422 390 390

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

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

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

Name/Team Heather Brown Karra Jackson Amanda Jackson Mollie Cooper Sara Wood Celine Cloutier Ashley Cox Suzanne Hopkins Melinda Godfrey Laura Winters

Seasons (1993-97) (1998- ) (1997-01) (1994-97) (1998- ) (1994-96) (1998- ) (1989-93) (1996-98) (1988-92)

FTM 366 349 339 312 285 280 253 253 243 236

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

Name/Team Lori Neely Laura Winters Robin Adams Karra Jackson Marcie Stout Bridget Long Robin Cox Carrie Shoffner Brandy Brown Debbie Green

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

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

Name Bridget Long Tracey Faison Brandy Brown Ruth Simpson Robin Cox Melinda Godfrey Denise Ackermann Debbie Green Pam Walters Anita Nelums

Seasons (1985-89) (1988-92) (1987-90) (1998- ) (1981-85) (1990-94) (1992-96) (1985-89) (1994-98) (1988-91)

FGA 1599 1316 1242 1179 1143 1115 1085 1057 1000 943

3FGA 352 288 214 211 170 168 143 143 122 117

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

Seasons (1986-90) (1989-93) (1983-87) (1984-88) (1978-82) (1985-89) (1997-99) (1993-97) (1997-01) (1992-96) (1988-91) (1998- ) (1981-85) (1988-92) (1980-84) (1981-85) (1985-89) (1994-98) (1979-81) (1992-94)

Assists 577 473 469 452 375 374 358 346 295 285 280 263 228 218 217 210 189 179 176 164

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

Seasons (1984-86) (1987-90) (1986-88) (1994-98) (1985-89) (1992-96) (1988-91) (1985-89) (1995-99) (1992-95)

FG Pct. .572 (487-852) .567 (648-1143) .518 (295-570) .517 (375-725) .516 (487-943) .512 (462-903) .510 (816-1599) .510 (633-1242) .500 (313-626) .493 (416-844)

Three-Point FG Percentage Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Name Leigh Anne Stone Ashley Cox Debbie Green Suzanne Hopkins Lori Capps Karra Jackson Amanda Berry Celine Cloutier Bridget Long Kelly Lindsey

Seasons (1989-92) (1998- ) (1988-91) (1989-93) (1995-98) (1998- ) (1996-00) (1994-96) (1990-94) (1992-94)

3FG Pct. .491 (27-55) .427 (61-143) .407 (22-54) .406 (58-143) .398 (41-103) .365 (105-288) .357 (25-70) .357 (60-168) .357 (20-56) .347 (26-75)

Free Throw Percentage

FTA 537 478 443 413 394 387 343 332 323 323

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Seasons Blocks (1990-94) 150 (1988-92) 144 (1994-98) 91 (1992-94) 66 (1992-96) 60 (1996-98) 60 (1992-96) 57 (1988-91) 52 (1989-93) 50 (1992-95) 45

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

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Blocks

7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Monica Owens Pam Walters Lorie Compton Nickie Snow Juanita Hall Carrie Shoffner Isabel Gonzalez Heather Brown Amanda Jackson Robin Cox Debbie Green Karra Jackson Marcie Stout Laura Winters Liz McQueen Rachel Peach Lori Neely Brandy Brown Lori Merriman Tammy Shelton

Field Goal Percentage

Free Throw Attempts

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

Seasons (1985-89) (1992-93) (1994-98) (1982-86) (1987-90) (1990-94) (1984-86) (1988-91) (1992-95) (1980-82) (1978-82) (1988-92) (1986-90) (1989-93) (1979-81) (1980-84) (1985-87) (1984-88) (1983-85) (1990-92)

Three-Point FG Attempts Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Free Throws Made Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Name Lori Neely Robin Cox Brandy Brown Jill Breeden Robin Adams Bridget Long Terry Whitehead Debbie Green Anita Nelums Sis Lawhead Juanita Hall Tracey Faison Monica Owens Pam Walters Janice Mayes Tracey Martin Kim Hopkins Nickie Snow Lu Elliott Ninnie Norwood

Field Goal Attempts

Three-Point FG Made Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(1978-PRESENT)

Rebounds

Points Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

29

Name Terry Whitehead Robin Adams Sherry Chapman Melinda Godfrey Debbie Green Karra Jackson Viola Cowan Amanda Jackson Nickie Snow Bridget Long

Seasons (1984-86) (1987-90) (1986-88) (1996-98) (1988-91) (1998- ) (1978-79) (1997-01) (1984-88) (1990-94)

FT Pct. .827 (253-306) .826 (366-443) .817 (192-235) .783 (224-286) .783 (253-323) .755 (312-413) .750 (174-232) .742 (236-318) .737 (196-266) .736 (285-387)

Steals

9. 10.

Name Carrie Shoffner Nickie Snow Monica Owens Robin Adams Pam Walters Robin Cox Lori Neely Laura Winters Lorie Compton Sherry Chapman

Seasons (1985-89) (1984-88) (1986-90) (1987-90) (1989-93) (1992-96) (1985-89) (1988-92) (1983-87) (1986-88)

Steals 251 242 238 193 191 182 160 160 151 148


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SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORDS (1978-PRESENT) Points Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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. 3. 4.

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

Season Gms (1988-89) 35 (1989-90) 31 (1985-86) 27 (1988-89) 35 (1990-91) 30 (1989-90) 30 (1984-85) 29 (1995-96) 25 (1980-81) 24 (1997-98) 27 (1978-79) 27

Rebounds Pts. 708 690 655 631 586 582 572 525 486 476 476

Pos. Name 1. Terry Whitehead 2.(T) Lakeshia Salters Robin Cox 4. Lori Neely 5. Robin Adams 6. Sis Lawhead 7. Lu Elliott 8. Terry Whitehead 9. Hillary Ross 10. Viola Cowan

Field Goals Made

5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Season Gms (1989-90) 31 (1985-86) 27 (1988-89) 35 (1990-91) 30 (1988-89) 35 (1990-91) 30 (1984-85) 29 (1995-96) 28 (1980-81) 24 (1999-00) 27 (1981-82) 24

6. 8. 9. 10.

Name Karra Jackson Mollie Cooper Karra Jackson Ashley Cox Heather Brown Amanda Jackson Celine Cloutier Heather Brown Sara Wood Celine Cloutier

Season Gms (1999-00) 27 (1995-96) 28 (2000-01) 27 (2000-01) 27 (1995-96) 28 (2000-01) 27 (1995-96) 26 (1994-95) 26 (1999-00) 27 (1994-95) 26

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

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

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

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

Season Gms (1978-79) 27 (1988-89) 35 (1984-85) 29 (1997-98) 27 (1989-90) 30 (1999-00) 27 (1986-87) 31 (2000-01) 27 (1995-96) 28 (1985-86) 27

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

FTM 174 168 146 136 128 115 114 110 108 107

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

7. 8. 9.

Name Mollie Cooper Karra Jackson Heather Brown Karra Jackson Sara Wood Heather Brown Amanda Jackson Heather Brown Celine Cloutier Celine Cloutier

Name Monica Owens Isabel Gonzalez Monica Owens Juanita Hall Lorie Compton Nickie Snow 7. Nickie Snow 8. Pam Walters 9. Robin Cox 10. Isabel Gonzalez Lorie Compton

Season Gms (1990-91) 30 (1989-90) 31 (1988-89) 35 (1978-79) 27 (1985-86) 27 (1988-89) 35 (1983-84) 28 (1980-81) 24 (1984-85) 29 (1986-87) 31

Season Gms (1995-96) 28 (2000-01) 27 (1995-96) 28 (1999-00) 27 (1999-00) 27 (1993-94) 27 (2000-01) 27 (1994-95) 26 (1995-96) 26 (1994-95) 26

Season Gms (1978-79) 27 (1988-89) 35 (1986-87) 31 (1984-85) 29 (1997-98) 27 (1999-00) 27 (1995-96) 28 (1987-88) 30 (1989-90) 30 (2000-01) 27

Pos. Name 1. Brandy Brown 2. Terry Whitehead 3. Robin Adams 4. Jennifer Childs 8. Lakeshia Salters 6. Robin Adams 7. Robin Adams 8. Lori Neely 9. Brandy Brown 10. Pam Walters

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

Name Tracey Faison Tracey Faison Bridget Long Bridget Long Sherry Chapman Bridget Long Ruth Simpson Brandy Brown Ruth Simpson Brandy Brown Melinda Godfrey

Season Gms (1997-98) 27 (1985-86) 27 (1989-90) 30 (2000-01) 27 (1999-00) 27 (1987-88) 18 (1988-89) 35 (1986-87) 31 (1996-97) 26 (1990-91) 30

FG Pct. .650 (165-254) .623 (274-440) .584 (226-387) .583 (102-175) .574 (191-333) .562 (154-274) .555 (242-472) .541 (171-316) .534 (109-204) .529 (143-270)

Three-Point FG Percentage

3FGA 117 115 109 98 88 88 87 85 84 84

Pos. Name 1. Suzanne Hopkins 2. Lori Capps 3. Ashley Cox Amanda Berry Leigh Anne Stone 6. Kelly Lindsey 7. Karra Jackson 8. Bridget Long 9. Leigh Anne Stone 10. Suzanne Hopkins

FTA 232 203 190 178 173 159 155 155 149 139

Pos. Name 1. Robin Adams 2. Sherry Chapman 3. Terry Whitehead 4. Robin Adams 5. Terry Whitehead 6. Amanda Jackson 7. Ninnie Norwood 8. Karra Jackson 9. Melinda Godfrey 10. Melinda Godfrey

Season (1989-90) (1997-98) (2000-01) (1999-00) (1990-91) (1992-93) (1999-00) (1993-94) (1991-92) (1992-93)

Gms3FG Pct. 14 .611 (11-18) 27 .512 (21-41) 27 .500 (38-76) 16 .500 (9-18) 30 .500 (11-22) 26 .474 (9-19) 27 .469 (46-98) 25 .455 (15-33) 13 .450 (9-20) 27 .431 (25-58)

Free Throw Percentage

Blocks Avg. 24.3 22.3 21.6 21.0 20.3 20.2 20.1 19.7 19.5 19.4

Season Gms Assists (1988-89) 35 230 (1997-98) 27 220 (1989-90) 31 190 (1981-82) 23 180 (1984-85) 29 162 (1987-88) 29 162 (1985-86) 27 160 (1991-92) 28 144 (1994-95) 26 139 (1998-99) 24 138 (1986-87) 31 138

Field Goal Percentage FGA 530 528 506 469 440 439 418 413 412 409

Free Throw Attempts Name Viola Cowan Robin Adams Lori Neely Terry Whitehead Melinda Godfrey Karra Jackson Robin Cox Lori Neely 9. Robin Adams 10. Karra Jackson

Scoring Average Season Gms (1985-86) 27 (1989-90) 31 (1987-88) 18 (1986-87) 21 (1980-81) 24 (1988-89) 35 (1987-88) 17 (1984-85) 29 (1990-91) 30 (1989-90) 30

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

Three-Point FG Attempts

3FGM 46 41 40 38 38 34 34 32 31 26

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

Assists Reb 318 294 294 288 286 269 265 262 255 240

Field Goal Attempts FGM 290 274 259 252 252 226 213 206 206 191 187

Three-Point FG Made Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Season Gms (1984-85) 29 (1999-00) 27 (1995-96) 28 (1986-87) 31 (1988-89) 35 (1980-81) 25 (1983-84) 28 (1985-86) 28 (2000-01) 27 (1978-79) 27

Season Gms Blocks (1989-90) 31 52 (1988-89) 35 51 (1990-91) 30 48 (1991-92) 28 40 (1987-88) 17 38 (1993-94) 25 35 (1993-94) 27 35 (1996-97) 26 32 (1992-93) 27 31 (1997-98) 27 29 (1997-98) 27 29

Season Gms (1989-90) 30 (1987-88) 17 (1985-86) 27 (1988-89) 35 (1984-85) 29 (1999-00) 27 (1991-92) 28 (2000-01) 27 (1997-98) 27 (1996-97) 26

FT Pct. .859 (128-149) .852 (87-102) .835 (107-128) .827 (168-203) .820 (146-178) .812 (69-85) .803 (98-122) .791 (110-139) .786 (136-173) .779 (88-113)

Steals Pos. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Name Robin Adams Nickie Snow Sherry Chapman Nickie Snow Robin Cox Robin Cox Robin Adams Jill Cox Carrie Shoffner Carrie Shoffner Carrie Shoffner

Season Gms Steals (1988-89) 35 93 (1987-88) 29 81 (1986-87) 21 80 (1986-87) 31 80 (1994-95) 26 73 (1995-96) 28 70 (1989-90) 30 68 (1985-86) 27 68 (1988-89) 35 68 (1986-87) 32 63 (1987-88) 30 63


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SINGLE GAME RECORDS TEAM Most Points Scored 39, Terry Whitehead vs. Lee, 1985-86 39, Debbie Green vs. Tusculum, 02-17-1990 Most Field Goals Made 17, Pachel Peach vs. Lee, 1982-83 Most Field Goals Attempted 29, Rachel Peach vs. Lee, 1982-83 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 6, Amanda Jackson vs. Montevallo, 01-13-01 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 10, Carla Northcutt vs. Bluefield State, 01-11-94 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 12-9-94 Most Free Throws Made 17, Rachel Peach vs. Lee, 1982-83 Most Free Throw Attempts 19, Janice Mayes vs. Knoxville, 1979-80 19, Lu Elliott vs. Mars Hill, 1983-84 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, Karra Jackson vs. Valdosta State, 02-07-00

Most Blocked Shots 8, Amy Johnson vs. Alice Lloyd, 1988-89 INDIVIDUAL Most Points Scored 132, vs. Lees-McRae, 11-14-98 Most Field Goals Made 55, vs. Maryville, 02-12-87 Most Field Goals Attempted 95, vs. Francis Marion, 11-20-93 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 10, (by 2) at Valdosta State, 01-08-00 at Concord, 12-03-99 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 26, at Montevallo, 02-10-01 Most Free Throws Made 41, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 11-22-97 Most Free Throw Attempts 56, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 11-22-97 Most Rebounds 66, vs. Milligan, 02-09-80 Most Assists 34, vs. Tusculum, 02-08-86 Most Steals 27, vs. Virginia Intermont, 11-27-00 Most Blocked Shots 12, vs. Carson-Newman, 01-18-93 Most Turnovers 32, by 3 (vs Florida Tech, 11-17-00)

30-POINT CLUB Pts. 39 39 37 37 36 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 34 34 34 33 33 33 33 32 32

Name Debbie Green Terry Whitehead Terry Whitehead Sis Lawhead Brandy Brown Bridget Long Sherry Chapman Terry Whitehead Robin Cox Robin Adams Lu Elliott Rachel Peach Debbie Green Terry Whitehead Marcie Stout Robin Cox Debbie Green Robin Adams Juanita Hall Melinda Godfrey Robin Adams

Game at Tusculum vs. Lee vs. Milligan vs. Carson-Newman at Lees-McRae vs. Gardner-Webb vs. Alice Lloyd vs. King vs. Cumberland (KY) at Lee at Milligan vs. Lee at ETSU at Campbellsville at Alice Lloyd at North Alabama vs. S.C. State at Milligan at Roane State vs. Montevallo at UT-Chattanooga

Date 02-17-90 02-10-86 01-11-86 01-15-81 11-15-97 12-14-91 12-12-87 02-19-86 02-08-96 02-06-88 01-16-84 02-15-83 11-25-89 12-16-85 12-10-83 01-20-96 12-02-88 01-30-88 11-20-78 01-04-97 01-30-90

Pts. 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Name Debbie Green Robin Adams Terry Whitehead Robin Cox Debbie Green Robin Adams Terry Whitehead Terry Whitehead Sis Lawhead Geneva Whitaker April Hutsell Amy Carlyle Robin Adams Robin Adams Sherry Chapman Terry Whitehead Terry Whitehead Marcie Stout Juanita Hall Jeanette Stonecipher

Game at Wofford at Tusculum vs. Tusculum at West Georgia at UNC-Greensboro vs. Union (KY) vs. Alice Lloyd vs. Tusculum at Tusculum vs. Morristown at Union (KY) at Longwood vs. Carson-Newman vs. David Lipscomb at Covenant vs. Pikeville at Tusculum vs. Milligan at Hiwassee vs. Morristown

Date 01-15-89 02-15-88 01-16-86 02-24-96 01-10-89 11-19-88 11-12-85 02-09-85 02-13-82 12-02-36 11-25-98 01-27-90 02-24-90 11-05-88 02-07-87 11-16-85 01-17-85 02-04-84 11-18-78 12-02-36

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LADY RAILSPLITTER ALL-AMERICANS

Lakeshia Salters

Debbie Green

Robin Adams

2000 Kodak/WBCA NCAA Division II All-American

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

NAIA All-American Second Team 1989 Third Team 1990

Sherry Chapman

Terry Whitehead

NAIA All-American First Team 1987 Second Team 1988

NAIA All-American First Team 1986 Honorable Mention 1985

Terry Whitehead, Lori Neely and Sheila Whitehead defend the goal against Carson-Newman. 01-18-86


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ALL-GULF SOUTH PERFORMERS

Brandy Brown 1997-98 Second Team

Heather Brown 1993-94 GSC-East Freshman of the Year

Robin Cox 1994-95, 1995-96 All Conference

Karra Jackson 1998-99 GSC-East Freshman of the Year 1999-00 Second Team 2000-01 First Team

Celine Cloutier 1995-96 All-Conference

Melinda Godfrey 1997-98 First Team

Anita Nelums 1993-94 All-Conference

Lakeshia Salters 1999-00 First Team

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MODERN-ERA HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

Robin Adams

Sherry Chapman

Lorie Compton

Debbie Green

1987-90

1986-88

1983-86

1988-91

Juanita Hall

Lori Neely

Carrie Shoffner

Terry Whitehead

1978-82

1985-89

1985-89

1984-86

ALL-CONFERENCE AND ALL-DISTRICT 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) 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) Gulf South Conference Anita Nelums (Robinson) (1993-94) Robin Cox (1994-95, 1995-96) Celine Cloutier (1995-96) Melinda Godfrey (First Team 1997-98) Brandy Brown (Second Team 1997-98) Lakeshia Salters (First Team 1999-00) Karra Jackson (First Team 2000-01, Second Team 1999-00) 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) 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) Karra Jackson (GSC-East 2000-01) Hillary Ross (GSC-East 2000-01) GSC-East Freshman of the Year Heather Brown (1993-94) Karra Jackson (1998-99)


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LMU COACHES 1930-PRESENT

Hugh Trent Ramsey 1930-42 131-15-1 (Based on available records)

Phyllis Noah 1973-76 16-14 (Based on available records)

Dave Miller 1979-82 37-36

J. D. “Swede” Alexander 1937 (Interim) 11-3

C. W. Bradley 1944-45

(Based on available records)

(Based on available records)

Elaine Minton 1976-78

Dennis Mann 1978-79 15-14

10-8

8-2

(Based on available records)

Roger Vannoy 1982-present 366-174

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ALL-TIME RECORDS 1926-PRESENT OPPONENT

WON

LOST FIRST MTG. LAST MTG.

OPPONENT

Alabama-Huntsville Appalachian State Alice Lloyd Alumnae Arkansas Tech Atlas Independents Barbourville (KY) High Bellarmine Belmont Bethune-Cookman Berry Bluefield (VA) Bluefield State (WV) Bristol Bristol Ind. Bryan Cal-Poly Pomona Campbellsville Carson-Newman# Charleston (TN) High Clark Clayton State Cleveland State Clinton Independents Clinton Ravens Coal Creek Ind. Concord Converse Covenant Cumberland (KY) Cumberland (TN) Dandridge Ind. David Lipscomb Delta State East Tennessee State Emory and Henry Erskine Fairmont State Florida Tech Francis Marion Gardner-Webb Goodall Business Coll. G.V.C. Alumni Hiwassee Henderson State Huntsville Ind. Hyden Ind. Jellico All-Stars Johnson Bible College Kennesaw State Kentucky State Kentucky Wesleyan King Knoxville Knoxville Athletic House Knoxville Business Coll. Lake City All-Stars LaFollette High Lambuth Lee (TN) Lees (KY) Lees-McRae Lindsey Wilson Longwood Mars Hill Maryville Middle TN State Milligan

18 2 15 4 0 2 1 1 0 0 7 5 7 2 1 6 1 3 28 1 1 1 0 2** 0 1 4 4 1 17 1 1 3 2 3 14 1 3 1 1 6 3 1 27 1 3 1 1 4 1 4 5 15 7 5 4 1 2 0 15 6 3 3 6 2 13 1 36

7 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 4 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 31 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 2 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 17

Mississippi College 2 2 93-94 94-95 MS Univ. for Women 5 1 93-94 00-01 Missouri - Rolla 1 0 88-89 88-89 Montevallo 5 7 95-96 00-01 Morristown College 1 3 76-77 78-79 Morristown (TN) High 2 0 35-36 36-37 Newberry 2 0 92-93 92-93 North Alabama 7 11 90-91 00-01 UNC - Asheville 0 2 82-83 82-83 UNC - Central 2 0 90-91 90-91 UNC - Greensboro 0 2 89-90 90-91 North Georgia 5 2 89-90 93-94 North Greenville 2 0 95-96 95-96 Oakland City 1 0 96-97 96-97 Olsen’s Redheads 1 0 36-37 36-37 Ouachita Baptist 0 1 00-01 00-01 Pembroke State 2 0 89-90 89-90 Pepsi-Cola of Knoxville 2 0 44-45 44-45 Piedmont 0 1 81-82 81-82 Pikeville 7 3 83-84 88-89 Pittsburgh-Johnstown 0 1 99-00 99-00 Queens 2 2 91-92 94-95 Roane State 1 3 74-75 79-80 Saint Mary’s 5 0 73-74 79-80 Shorter 2 0 88-89 89-90 USC - Aiken 1 1 90-91 90-91 USC - Spartanburg 6 3 88-89 92-93 Saint Francis (IL) 1 0 99-00 99-00 St. Mary’s Nursing 6 0 73-74 79-80 Sinclair Independents 1 1 37-38 38-39 South Carolina State 1 0 89-90 89-90 Standard Knitting Mills 2 0 41-42 41-42 Sue Bennett 2 0 79-80 80-81 Tennessee - Chattanooga 1 1 89-90 90-91 Tennessee Eastman 1 0 39-40 39-40 Tennessee - Martin 0 2 91-92 91-92 Tennessee Tech 1 0 30-31 30-31 Tennessee Temple 10 1 74-75 85-86 Tennessee Wesleyan 29 22 29-30 89-90 Tusculum 27 11 77-78 99-00 Union (KY) 26 9 25-26 00-01 Union (TN) 0 4 86-87 88-89 Valdosta State 9 7 93-94 00-01 VA Intermont 2 0 37-38 00-01 VA-Wise* 18 4 73-74 99-00 Walters State 1 3 77-78 80-81 Warren Wilson 0 1 85-86 85-86 West Alabama 7 7 94-95 00-01 West Florida 5 9 94-95 00-01 West Georgia 11 6 93-94 00-01 Wofford 7 2 89-90 94-95 Woodruff’s 2 0 34-35 35-36 Young Harris 3 1 35-36 36-37 *Name changed from Clinch Valley on Jul. 1, 1999. **Includes 1 tie on Feb. 12, 1938. # Since 1928-29. There are records that the two teams played 5 times before the 1923 season with LMU winning all 5 (article in 1931 says that LMU had played them 15 times with no losses), but no dates or scores remain. Since 1913, the first known date of a LMU women’s team, LMU leads series 33-31.

89-90 29-30 81-82 36-37 99-00 38-39 25-26 91-92 78-79 88-89 81-82 87-88 91-92 86-87 33-34 80-81 99-00 81-82 28-29 35-36 88-89 94-95 78-79 37-38 38-39 39-40 90-91 98-99 86-87 25-26 83-84 36-37 87-88 89-90 27-28 29-30 92-93 94-95 00-01 93-94 91-92 40-41 36-37 29-30 95-96 33-34 41-42 38-39 25-26 91-92 90-91 89-90 73-74 73-74 36-37 40-41 38-39 25-26 79-80 80-81 76-77 92-93 86-87 89-90 83-84 73-74 30-31 25-26

00-01 30-31 89-90 39-40 99-00 39-40 25-26 00-01 90-91 88-89 92-93 97-98 98-99 86-87 33-34 88-89 99-00 87-88 97-98 35-36 88-89 94-95 78-79 39-40 38-39 39-40 99-00 00-01 86-87 96-97 83-84 36-37 89-90 97-98 90-91 37-38 92-93 98-99 00-01 93-94 94-95 41-42 36-37 79-80 95-96 34-35 41-42 38-39 28-29 92-93 93-94 00-01 90-91 87-88 40-41 41-42 38-39 25-26 79-80 88-89 79-80 98-99 88-89 92-93 85-86 88-89 30-31 00-01

WON

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SEASON RESULTS 1926-PRESENT 1926—Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Mrs. Hobart Smith & Miss Atkinson* Date Site W/L Score Opponent # # L 10-25 Cumberland (KY) # # W 26-25 LaFollette High # # W 26-18 Barbourville High # # L 18-22 Union (KY) # # W 28-21 LaFollette High # # W 14-7 Cumberland (KY) # # W 20-17 Johnson Bible College # # L 19-25 Milligan * Mrs. Smith died during the season. Miss Atkinson coached remaining games. 1927—Record: 4-0 Head Coach: Unknown Date Site W/L Score F 11 H W 23-20 # H W # # A W # # A W # 1928—Record: 2-1 Head Coach: Unknown Date Site W/L Score # # L 1-58 # H W # # A W #

Opponent Johnson Bible College Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Johnson Bible College

Opponent East TN State Carson-Newman Carson-Newman

1929—Record: 6-1 Head Coach: Date Site W/L Score Opponent J 19 A W # Johnson Bible College # # L # East TN State * Includes 2 wins over Carson-Newman and Milligan and a win over ETSU. 1930—Record: 11-1* TN State Runner-Up Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score Opponent # A L # Milligan # H W # Milligan # H W # Carson-Newman # A W # Carson-Newman # A W # Appalachian State *Inludes 2 wins over Hiwassee, ETSU and Emory & Henry. Other scores not available. 1931—Record: 12-0* TN State Champions Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score Opponent J 12 A W 53-16 Carson-Newman J 13 H W 57-33 Appalachian State T.C. J 17 A W 36-10 Milligan J 23 H W 30-15 Carson-Newman J 29 H W 38-27 Emory and Henry F3 A W 37-22 TN Polytechnic Inst. F4 A W 25-23 Middle Tennessee State F5 A W 31-18 TN Wesleyan F 13 A W 44-34 East Tennessee State F 14 A W 46-19 Emory and Henry F 20 H W 41-22 Milligan F 21 H W 50-25 TN Wesleyan 1932—Record: 10-0 TN State Champions Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score Opponent F2 H W 53-9 Hiwassee # A W # Hiwassee # H W # TN Wesleyan # A W # TN Wesleyan # H W # Milligan # A W # Milligan # A W # Emory and Henry # H W # Emory and Henry Other scores not available. 1933—Record: 12-0 TN State Champions Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score Opponent F1 H W 49-22 Hiwassee F4 H W 52-25 Athletic House F 14 H W 45-37 Milligan

F 18 H # A # A # H # A Other scores not

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Bristol Ind. Milligan Hiwassee Emory and Henry Emory and Henry

1934—Record: 11-1 TN State Champions Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score Opponent # A W # Hiwassee # A W 28-14 TN Wesleyan J 18 A W 32-9 Huntsville Ind. J 27 H W 52-19 Huntsville Ind. F2 H L 18-20 Milligan F5 H W 38-14 Hiwassee # A W # Milligan # H W 31-15 TN Wesleyan # H W # Emory and Henry # A W # Emory and Henry Other scores not available. 1935—Record: 9-1 TN State Co-Champions Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score Opponent J 11 H W 33-12 Woodruffs F4 A W 44-8 Huntsville Ind. F 15 A W # Milligan F 19 H L 33-38 Milligan # H W 34-24 TN Wesleyan # A W 21-13 TN Wesleyan # H W # Hiwassee # A W # Hiwassee # A W # Emory and Henry # H W # Emory and Henry Other scores not available. 1935-36—Record: 14-4 Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score D7 H W 29-16 J 11 H W 38-15 J. 18 A L 25-26 J 24 A W 69-9 J 29 H W 44-11 F1 A L 24-36 F4 H W 35-13 F 15 H W 39-27 F 20 H L 21-28 F 22 A W 39-13 F 23 H W 55-14 F 25 A L 27-35

Opponent Morristown HS Woodruffs Jellico High Hiwassee TN Wesleyan Young Harris Charleston HS Young Harris Milligan TN Wesleyan Hiwassee Milligan

1936-37—Record: 11-3 Head Coach: J. D. “Swede” Alexander (Interim) Date Site W/L Score Opponent D2 H W 76-31 Morristown High D5 H W 32-20 Alumnae D7 H W 35-31 Olsen’s Redheads J 1 H W 62-47 G.V.C. Alumni J 13 H W 41-37 Hiwassee J 19 A W # TN Wesleyan J 30 A W 38-28 Young Harris F1 H L 27-28 Athletic House J 28 A L 21-26 Milligan F 13 H W 46-31 Hiwassee F 15 H W 32-20 TN Wesleyan F8 A L # Milligan F 20 H W 49-28 Young Harris F 22 H W 43-29 Dandridge Ind. 1937-38—Record: 8-4-1 Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score # H W 20-6 # # L 33-40 J 15 H W 40-26 J 21 A W 33-16 J 22 A W # J 28 A L (By 20) J 29 A L 27-33

Opponent Alumnae Sinclair Independents Athletic House Emory and Henry VA Intermont Hiwassee TN Wesleyan

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Hiwassee Milligan Clinton Independents Milligan TN Wesleyan Emory and Henry

1938-39—Record: 9-1 Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score D3 H W 36-22 D 10 H W 40-20 J7 H W 33-27 J 14 H L 20-26 J 20 A W 35-26 J 21 A W 33-27 # # W 36-7 # # W 38-14 F4 H W 37-33 # # W 35-23

Opponent Alumnae Athletic House Sinclair Ind. Clinton Ravens Hiwassee TN Wesleyan Atlas Ind. Lake City All-Stars Hiwassee Jellico All-Stars

1939-1940 —Record: 10-0 Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score D3 H W # D 10 H W 40-20 J 9 A W 24-10 J 14 H W # J 20 A W 35-25 J 21 A W 33-27 F3 H W # F 16 A W 31-18 F 18 # W 36-7 F 22 # W 38-14

Opponent Alumnae Athletic House TN Eastman Clinton Ind. Hiwassee TN Wesleyan Hiwassee TN Wesleyan Atlas Independents Coal Creek Ind.

Vivian Skeen shoots the free throw against Hiwassee, Feb. 3, 1940 1941—Record: 8-1 Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score J 16 N W 55-42 # # W 39-35 # # W 54-22 # # W 39-18 # # W 47-35 F 14 H W 46-36 F 15 H W 28-22 F 24 A W 36-16 F 25 A L 25-33

Opponent Goodall Goodall Athletic House Knoxville Bus. Coll. Knoxville Bus. Coll. Hiwassee Hiwassee Hiwassee Hiwassee

1942—Record: 8-1 Head Coach: Hugh Trent Ramsey Date Site W/L Score D 12 H W 43-9 J 14 H W 18-10 J 24 H L 29-35 J 28 A W 35-18 A W 34-15 F7 H W 28-9 F 14 H W 27-24 F 17 H W 27-17 F 21 N W 32-23

Opponent Knoxville Bus. Coll. Standard Knitting Goodall Goodall Hiwassee Standard Knitting Hiwassee Hyden Ind. Knoxville Bus. Coll.

1943—Record: NONE

No team due to World War II

1944—Record: 4-1 Head Coach: C. W. Bradley Date Site W/L Score No scores available

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Opponent Pepsi Cola Pepsi Cola TN Wesleyan TN Wesleyan Unknown

The women’s basketball team became an intramural team following the end of World War II. It was brought back as an intercollegiate squad in 1973-74. 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. 1973-74—Record: 11-3 Head Coach: Phyllis Noah Date Site W/L Score Opponent J 14 A L 41-53 Hiwassee J 17 A W 70-47 Clinch Valley J 23 H W 61-33 Clinch Valley J 29 A W 43-35 Clinch Valley J 30 A W 48-42 Knoxville F4 H W 58-39 Clinch Valley F7 H W 66-20 King F 11 H W 45-43 Hiwassee F 14 A W 62-10 King F 16 A W 54-49 St. Mary’s REGIONAL TOURNAMENT -- JEFFERSON CITY, TN F 22 N W 50-25 Milligan F 22 N L 56-75 East TN State F 22 N W 65-55 Maryville F 23 A L 46-42 Carson-Newman 1974-75—Record: 5-7 Head Coach: Phyllis Noah Date Site W/L Score N 16 H W 48-39 N 23 H L 58-66 # # W 62-33 # # L 59-85 J 31 # L 55-65 # # W 49-41 # # L 63-66 # # L 26-30 # # L 46-88 # # W 57-47 F8 A L 48-55 # # W 51-47

Opponent TN Temple Roane State St. Mary’s Hiwassee Clinch Valley Clinch Valley Carson-Newman TN Temple Hiwassee Knoxville College Maryville St. Mary’s

1975-76—Record: 0-4 Head Coach: Phyllis Noah Date Site W/L Score J 29 H L 39-46 J 31 A L 36-80 F4 A L 55-70 F9 H L 51-54

Opponent Maryville TN Wesleyan Clinch Valley TN Wesleyan

1976-77—Record: 10-2* Head Coach: Elaine Minton Date Site W/L Score Opponent J 14 H W 79-8 Lees J 20 H W 58-33 St. Mary’s J 28 H W 65-61 Morristown (2OT) F2 A W 77-10 Lees F 23 A L 49-55 Maryville * Based on records. Other scores not available 1977-78—Record: 0-6 Head Coach: Elaine Minton Date Site W/L Score # # L 57-75 J 30 # L 45-101 F3 A L 40-54 F9 # L 47-89 F 13 # L 55-79 F 17 # L 44-101

Opponent Clinch Valley Morristown Maryville Tusculum TN Wesleyan Walters State

1978-79—Record: 15-14** (6-4 VSAC) Head Coach: Dennis Mann Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 16 H W 72-30 Lees (KY) N 18 H W 89-80 Hiwassee N 20 A L 61-103 Roane State N 27 A L 70-93 Morristown N 30 A W 79-35 Lees (KY) D1 H L 70-87 Morristown D4 A L 70-93 Clinch Valley D7 H L 61-77 Roane State D 12 H W 79-72 Clinch Valley D 14 A W 69-66 Walters State J 4 A W 70-62 Hiwassee J 6 H L 64-84 Cleveland State J 9 A L 36-92 Cleveland State. J 12 H W 80-53 Knoxville J 16 A L 88-94 Knoxville J 18 H L 62-82 Carson-Newman* J 20 A W 50-47 Maryville J 23 H W 81-52 Milligan* J 27 A L 53-62 Tusculum* J 29 H W 81-77 TN Wesleyan* F 10 A W 65-60 Milligan* F 12 A L 59-76 TN Wesleyan* F 13 A L 80-102 Carson-Newman* F 15 H W 71-63 Maryville F 17 H W 72-71 Tusculum* F 19 H L 63-66 Walters State F 21 A L 52-61 Belmont **Includes 2 forfeits by King College* * denotes VSAC game 1979-80—Record: 15-9 (4-4 VSAC) Head Coach: Dave Miller Date Site W/L Score Opponent N5 A W 87-79 Lees (KY) N 14 A L 63-70 Hiwassee N 17 H W 84-68 Roane State N 20 A W 68-50 Union (KY) N 26 A W 50-48 Cumberland N 29 A W 58-44 Sue Bennett N 30 H W 69-54 Lees (KY) D7 H W 71-53 Union (KY) J 3 A L 41-69 East Tennessee State J 5 H W 97-51 St. Mary’s J 11 H W 88-57 Knoxville J 14 A L 50-67 Knoxville J 17 A L 50-70 Carson-Newman* J 22 A W 84-48 Milligan* J 24 H L 53-55 Hiwassee J 26 H L 61-62 Tusculum* J 28 A W 64-61 TN Wesleyan* F2 H L 58-77 Carson-Newman* F4 A W 84-40 St. Mary’s F9 H W 92-32 Milligan* F 11 A L 64-65 TN Wesleyan* F 13 H W 67-54 Cumberland F 16 A W 81-63 Tusculum* VSAC TOURNAMENT F 21 A L 65-80 Lambuth * denotes VSAC game 1980-81—Record: 12-13 (2-6 VSAC) Head Coach: Dave Miller Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 11 A W 82-65 Cumberland N 13 A L 72-82 Walters State N 15 N L 60-77 Hiwassee N 18 H W 80-57 Sue Bennett N 20 H L 74-89 Union (KY) N 25 H W 85-69 Knoxville D5 N W 77-57 TN Temple D6 A W 78-41 Bryan J5 H L 64-65 East Tennessee State J 8 A W 82-56 Union (KY) J 15 H L 75-76 Carson-Newman* J 20 H W 92-75 Milligan* J 22 A L 58-59 Union (KY) J 24 A L 78-82 Tusculum*

J 26 H L J 29 H W J 31 A L F2 A L F3 A W F7 A W F9 A L F 11 H W F 14 H L F 18 H W VSAC TOURNAMENT F 19 A L * denotes VSAC game

63-68 89-63 70-84 61-71 73-54 86-48 68-70 72-67 59-65 74-61

TN Wesleyan* TN Temple Carson-Newman* Lee TN Temple Milligan* TN Wesleyan* Lee Tusculum* Cumberland

58-60

TN Wesleyan

1981-82—Record: 10-14 (2-6 VSAC) Head Coach: Dave Miller Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 13 N L 51-83 Berry N 14 N L 79-81 Piedmont (OT) N 16 H W 78-70 Alice Lloyd N 19 A L 66-83 Campbellsville N 24 H L 61-67 Cumberland N 30 A W 62-60 Union (KY) D1 A W 77-71 Alice Lloyd J 9 H L 55-94 Campbellsville J 11 H W 67-55 Union (KY) J 16 H W 92-69 Lee J 18 A L 57-71 Milligan* J 23 H W 65-64 Tusculum* J 25 A L 74-81 TN Wesleyan* J 26 A W 79-59 TN Temple J 30 H L 63-84 Carson-Newman* F1 H W 71-61 TN Temple F3 A L 66-90 Carson-Newman* F4 A L 63-75 Cumberland F6 H L 64-73 Milligan* F8 H L 61-79 TN Wesleyan* F 13 A W 81-78 Tusculum* F 18 A L 60-62 Lee VSAC TOURNAMENT F 19 H W 80-79 Tusculum F 20 A L 57-88 Carson-Newman * denotes VSAC game 1982-83—Record: 11-14 (3-9 VSAC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 16 A L 77-86 Cumberland N 18 H W 76-73 Union (KY) N 20 H L 74-81 UNC-Asheville N 31 H W 80-73 Lee* D2 H W 100-53 Clinch Valley D4 A W 86-72 Union (KY) J 10 A W 80-53 Clinch Valley J 11 H W 73-68 Maryville J 13 H L 51-55 Carson-Newman* J 15 A W 59-57 TN Temple J 17 H L 59-78 Milligan* J 20 A L 49-75 UNC-Asheville J 22 A L 73-85 Tusculum* J 24 H L 78-101 TN Wesleyan* J 27 H W 79-73 Cumberland J 29 A L 58-104 Carson-Newman* J 31 H W 83-66 TN Temple F3 A W 90-36 King* F5 A L 62-79 Milligan* F7 A L 57-83 TN Wesleyan* F 10 H W 86-59 King* F 12 H L 58-70 Tusculum* F 15 A L 79-82 Lee* F 19 A L 76-78 Maryville VSAC TOURNAMENT F 21 A L 62-96 TN Wesleyan * denotes VSAC game


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SEASON RESULTS 1926-PRESENT 1983-84—Record: 14-14 (5-7 VSAC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 15 H W 93-64 Alice Lloyd N 22 H L 81-84 Cumberland (KY) N 29 A L 63-80 Mars Hill D1 A W 62-47 Union (KY) D3 H W 80-79 Lee* D7 A L 54-75 Cumberland(TN) D9 N L 86-87 Pikeville D 10 A W 71-63 Alice Lloyd D 12 H W 76-60 Union (KY) J 12 H W 89-76 Mars Hill J 16 A L 88-95 Milligan* J 21 A L 65-87 Carson-Newman* J 23 A L 62-81 TN Wesleyan* J 25 A W 97-56 King* J 26 A L 75-84 Cumberland (KY) J 28 H L 56-92 Carson-Newman* J 30 H W 72-62 Cumberland (TN) F2 A W 78-51 Maryville F4 H W 94-84 Milligan* F6 H L 67-87 TN Wesleyan* F8 H W 89-66 Maryville F9 H W 94-67 King* F 11 A L 80-95 Tusculum* F 13 H W 112-75 Tusculum* F 14 A L 67-92 Lee* VSAC TOURNAMENT F 18 H W 86-85 Tusculum (OT) F 20 A L 56-89 Carson-Newman DISTRICT 24 TOURNAMENT F 24 A L 62-84 TN Wesleyan *denotes VSAC game 1984-85—Record: 20-9 (6-6 VSAC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 15 H W 83-60 Cumberland N 20 A W 78-65 Cumberland N 26 A L 68-71 Union (KY) N 27 H W 96-74 Alice Lloyd N 30 N W 58-55 TN Wesleyan D1 N W 67-61 Lee D3 H W 75-44 TN Temple D5 A W 77-73 Maryville D7 N W 79-66 Pikeville D8 A W 75-72 Alice Lloyd D 10 H W 68-57 Lee* |J 10 A W 81-77 Union (KY) J 12 H W 88-57 Maryville J 15 A L 57-68 Milligan* J 17 A L 94-97 Tusculum* J 19 H L 71-84 Carson-Newman* J 22 A L 59-88 TN Wesleyan* J 23 H W 86-70 King* J 26 A L 67-71 Carson-Newman* J 30 A W 72-61 Bryan F2 H W 78-75 Milligan* F4 H W 71-70 TN Wesleyan* F6 H W 82-63 Bryan F7 A W 69-67 King* F9 H W 100-83 Tusculum* F 12 A L 88-91 Lee* (OT) VSAC TOURNAMENT F 16 H W 89-65 Lee F 18 H L 63-75 Carson-Newman DISTRICT 24 TOURNAMENT F 22 A L 63-71 TN Wesleyan * denotes VSAC game 1985-86—Record: 20-8** Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score N 12 H W 85-64 N 16 H W 85-77 N 19 A W 63-60 N 22 N L 93-101 N 26 A L 52-63 D2 A W 73-70

(8-4 VSAC) Opponent Alice Lloyd Pikeville Union (KY) Warren Wilson (OT) Cumberland Lee*

D3 A W 76-57 TN Temple D 11 H W 101-76 Union (KY) D 13 H W 72-59 Cumberland D 16 A L 80-83 Campbellsville J 6 H W 112-60 Maryville J 8 H W 71-70 Campbellsville J 11 H W 89-80 Milligan* J 13 A W 83-79 Pikeville J 16 H W 90-71 Tusculum* J 18 A L 62-66 Carson-Newman* J 20 H W 82-79 TN Wesleyan* J 22 A W 69-67 King* J 25 H L 67-80 Carson-Newman* F1 A L 67-79 Milligan* F3 A L 78-81 TN Wesleyan* F6 H W 81-68 King* F8 A W 108-104 Tusculum* (OT) F 10 H W 97-65 Lee* F 11 A W 88-69 Maryville VSAC TOURNAMENT F 19 H W 91-71 King F 21 A L 65-68 TN Wesleyan (OT) * denotes VSAC game ** includes forfeit by Mars Hill -- Dec. 7 1986-87—Record: 27-5 (10-0 TVAC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Highest Ranking: 12th Date Site W/L Score Opponent N8 A L 64-73 Belmont N 13 A W 75-70 Pikeville N 17 H L 68-69 Cumberland N 20 A L 71-73 Union (KY) N 22 A L 80-94 Alice Lloyd D1 A W 81-77 Cumberland D8 A W 87-40 Clinch Valley D 10 A W 90-68 Bristol D 11 H W 97-73 Union (KY) D 13 A W 70-69 Campbellsville (OT) J 6 H W 78-34 Maryville J 8 H W 63-55 Milligan* J 10 H W 81-47 Lindsey Wilson J 13 H W 71-66 Pikeville J 15 A W 95-70 Tusculum* J 17 H W 83-76 Carson-Newman* J 19 A W 69-56 TN Wesleyan* J 24 A W 64-61 Carson-Newman* J 27 H W 107-28 Clinch Valley J 29 H W 120-69 Bristol J 31 A W 72-67 Milligan* F2 H W 71-43 TN Wesleyan* F4 H W 82-64 Alice Lloyd F7 A W 92-57 Covenant F9 H W 85-56 Lee* F 12 A W 124-49 Maryville F 14 A W 80-63 Lindsey Wilson F 16 H W 76-61 Tusculum* F 19 A W 80-65 Lee* DISTRICT 24 TOURNAMENT F 21 H W 88-59 King F 24 H W 69-67 Carson-Newman F 27 A L 58-83 Union (TN) * denotes TVAC game 1987-88—Record: 27-5** (8-2 TVAC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Highest Ranking: 12th Date Site W/L Score Opponent N7 A W 82-73 David Lipscomb N 12 A L 64-72 Pikeville N 16 A W 85-50 Cumberland N 17 H W 104-103 David Lipscomb (OT) N 21 A W 84-76 Alice Lloyd N 23 H W 82-64 Pikeville N 24 H W 103-57 Bryan N 30 H W 83-66 Clinch Valley D5 H W 87-46 Knoxville D 12 H W 95-59 Alice Lloyd J 9 H W 81-47 Milligan* J 11 A W 80-49 Bryan J 14 H W 83-49 Tusculum* J 16 A L 86-99 Carson-Newman*

J 18 H W 92-68 TN Wesleyan* J 19 A W 82-36 Bluefield (VA) J 23 H L 66-73 Carson-Newman* J 28 H W 79-55 Campbellsville J 30 A W 87-65 Milligan* F1 A W 77-60 TN Wesleyan* F6 A W 95-69 Lee* F8 A W 93-62 Clinch Valley F 11 A L 76-82 East Tennessee State F 15 A W 107-91 Tusculum* F 16 H W 89-82 Cumberland F 20 H W 88-42 Lee* F 23 H W 116-65 Bluefield (VA) DISTRICT 24 TOURNAMENT F 27 A W 78-71 Carson-Newman M1 H W 74-49 TN Wesleyan M4 H L 75-80 Union (TN) * denotes TVAC game ** includes 2 forfeits (Knoxville and Alice Lloyd) 1988-89—Record: 28-7 (9-1 TVAC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Highest Ranking: 17th Date Site W/L Score Opponent N5 H W 83-74 David Lipscomb N8 A W 88-73 Alice Lloyd N 11 N W 91-61 Shorter N 12 A W 81-69 Berry N 15 A L 72-77 David Lipscomb N 19 H W 89-62 Union (KY) N 21 A L 87-101 Pikeville N 23 A W 94-84 USC-Spartanburg N 28 A W 74-50 Clinch Valley N 29 A W 73-66 Maryville D1 N L 66-67 Bethune-Cookman D2 N W 93-71 South Carolina State D3 N W 90-66 Clark D6 H W 94-54 Alice Lloyd D9 N L 78-85 Union (TN) D 10 N W 83-58 Lindsey Wilson J 7 H W 89-74 Berry J 9 H W 83-65 USC-Spartanburg J 12 A W 97-55 Tusculum* J 14 H W 84-67 Carson-Newman* J 16 A W 75-70 TN Wesleyan* J 19 A L 67-68 Union (KY) J 21 A W 84-77 Carson-Newman* J 23 H W 108-45 Clinch Valley J 28 H W 97-86 Milligan* J 30 H W 89-60 TN Wesleyan* F4 H W 91-64 Lee* F6 H W 94-74 Pikeville F 11 A W 100-57 Milligan* F 13 H W 87-52 Tusculum* F 14 H W 107-68 Bryan F 18 A L 83-91 Lee* DISTRICT 24 EAST TOURNAMENT F 25 H W 77-68 Lee F 28 A W 85-76 Carson-Newman DISTRICT 24 CHAMPIONSHIP M3 A L 78-98 Union (TN) * denotes TVAC game 1989-90—Record: 26-5 Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Highest Ranking: Top 20 Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 18 N L 57-111 Delta State N 19 N W 80-74 Missouri-Rolla N 22 H L 85-91 Berry (OT) N 25 A W 77-68 East Tennessee State N 27 A W 84-72 USC-Spartanburg N 30 H L 69-72 Carson-Newman D2 H W 108-77 Longwood D4 A W 78-74 KY Wesleyan D7 A W 79-72 Cumberland D9 A W 91-68 Alabama-Huntsville D 18 H W 92-37 Bluefield (VA) J 5 H W 97-69 Pembroke State J 7 A W 80-67 Carson-Newman J 10 A L 97-98 UNC-Greensboro (OT) J 11 A W 84-64 Pembroke State


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SEASON RESULTS 1926-PRESENT J 15 A W 89-82 Wofford J 20 H W 103-70 Alabama-Huntsville J 23 H W 102-84 Union (KY) J 25 H W 106-54 Alice Lloyd J 27 A W 96-82 Longwood J 30 A W 89-85 UT-Chattanooga (OT) F3 A W 75-72 Berry F5 H W 95-54 Shorter F7 H W 91-73 Wofford F8 A W 79-66 Union (KY) F 13 A W 95-63 Alice Lloyd F 17 A W 93-75 Tusculum F 19 H W 81-75 North Georgia DISTRICT 24 EAST TOURNAMENT F 24 H W 86-78 Carson-Newman F 27 H W 105-72 TN Wesleyan DISTRICT 24 CHAMPIONSHIP M2 H L 85-87 David Lipscomb 1990-91—Record: 23-8* Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Highest Ranking: Top 20 Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 17 H W 92-73 Cumberland N 19 A W 94-56 Union (KY) N 21 A L 65-72 North Georgia N 26 A W 100-73 KY State N 28 A W 77-68 Wofford D1 H W 71-49 KY Wesleyan D3 H W 71-71 Berry (OT) D5 A W 80-79 Concord D8 A L 75-88 Carson-Newman D 15 H L 82-98 UT-Chattanooga J 8 H W 86-65 Concord J 12 A L 81-94 USC-Spartanburg J 18 A L 59-78 North Alabama J 19 A W 81-70 Alabama-Huntsville J 21 H W 77-76 Carson-Newman J 24 H W 95-60 Milligan J 26 A W 98-83 Berry J 28 H W 86-78 East Tennessee State J 31 A L 66-85 USC-Aiken F2 H W 112-95 Alabama-Huntsville F4 A W 80-58 UNC-Central F7 A W 101-80 Milligan F9 H W 88-61 USC-Spartanburg F 11 H W 101-67 Wofford F 15 H W 95-74 Union (KY) F 18 H W 77-68 USC-Aiken F 20 H L 74-76 UNC-Greensboro DISTRICT 24 EAST TOURNAMENT F 23 A W 86-84 Tusculum F 26 A W 93-75 King DISTRICT 24 CHAMPIONSHIP M1 A L 65-72 Belmont * includes forfeit by UNC-Central 1991-92—Record: 18-10 Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score N 23 H W 95-60 N 26 H W 77-55 N 27 H W 67-50 D4 A W 80-71 D7 H W 67-63 D9 H W 86-71 D 14 H W 79-71 D 16 H L 75-79 D 20 H W 96-62 D 21 H W 97-66 J 6 A L 61-63 J 11 A L 72-78 J 15 H W 71-49 J 20 A W 73-61 J 22 A L 66-72 J 25 H W 86-69 J 27 H W 93-82 J 29 A L 79-81 F1 A W 86-62 F5 H W 88-76 F8 H W 97-75

Opponent Milligan Bluefield State North Alabama Gardner-Webb Carson-Newman North Georgia Gardner-Webb Bellarmine Alabama-Huntsville Tusculum Carson-Newman UT-Martin Longwood USC-Spartanburg North Georgia Alabama-Huntsville Berry (OT) Bluefield State Longwood Queens Wofford

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81-68 70-80 58-68 59-73 78-79 83-73 65-69

1992-93—Record: 18-9 Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score N 21 A W 56-53 N 22 N L 70-87 D1 A L 73-77 D4 N W 77-69 D5 A L 74-76 D 12 A L 74-79 D 14 H W 93-79 D 18 H W 79-62 D 19 H W 67-61 J 9 A W 79-60 J 11 H W 82-41 J 16 A W 77-63 J 18 H W 68-66 J 21 H W 84-67 J 23 H W 79-60 J 25 H L 67-72 J 28 A L 77-83 J 30 H W 94-62 F6 A W 99-52 F9 H W 78-65 F 11 A L 73-98 F 13 A W 73-50 F 15 A L 57-79 F 18 H W 66-59 F 23 H W 102-64 F 27 H W 99-67 M1 A L 73-83

USC-Spartanburg Kennesaw State UT-Martin Berry Queens Alabama-Huntsville Wofford (OT)

Opponent Bellarmine Delta State Bluefield State North Georgia Gardner-Webb Carson-Newman Kennesaw State Gardner-Webb Berry Longwood Bluefield State North Georgia Carson-Newman Lees-McRae Alabama-Huntsville USC-Spartanburg Wofford Newberry Newberry Union (KY) Lees-McRae Alabama-Huntsville Berry Wofford KY State Longwood USC-Spartanburg

1993-94—Record: 18-9 (8-6 GSC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 20 H W 91-40 Francis Marion N 23 A L 78-80 Queens N 30 A L 57-65 Bluefield State D3 H W 76-66 Delta State* D7 H W 78-71 Carson-Newman D 10 H W 78-56 Erskine D 11 H W 92-60 Gardner-Webb J 3 H W 71-68 North Georgia J 6 A L 98-99 Miss. College* (OT) J 8 A L 78-109 Delta State* J 11 H W 74-70 Bluefield State (OT) J 15 H W 79-69 Mississippi College* J 22 A L 46-75 North Alabama* J 24 A W 72-66 Alabama-Huntsville* J 30 H W 77-70 MS Univ. for Women* F2 A W 69-65 Carson-Newman F5 H L 64-80 West Georgia* F7 A W 83-58 MS Univ. for Women* F 12 H W 68-50 Valdosta State* F 14 H L 62-68 North Alabama* F 15 A W 67-53 KY State F 19 A W 67-57 Valdosta State* F 21 A L 59-66 West Georgia* F 26 H W 73-61 Alabama-Huntsville* F 28 H W 68-42 KY State GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT M4 N W 79-71 Delta State M5 N L 60-78 West Georgia * denotes Gulf South Conference game 1994-95—Record: 16- 10 (8-8 GSC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 19 N W 69-67 Wofford N 20 N W 73-56 Clayton State N 29 A L 74-78 Carson-Newman D2 N W 80-69 Fairmont State D3 A W 74-39 Bluefield State

D6 H W 81-51 Milligan D9 H W 84-59 Union (KY) D 10 H W 77-67 Gardner-Webb D 13 H L 63-79 Carson-Newman J 5 A L 64-67 Mississippi College* J 7 A W 78-66 West Alabama* J 14 H L 73-83 Valdosta State* J 16 H W 75-66 West Alabama* J 21 H W 88-80 Queens J 25 H W 82-79 West Georgia* (OT) J 28 A L 60-76 West Florida* J 30 A L 66-98 Valdosta State* |F 2 H L 60-72 Alabama-Huntsville* F4 H W 85-76 MS Univ. for Women* F6 A L 51-61 North Alabama* F 11 H W 67-66 Mississippi College* F 13 A L 68-77 MS Univ. for Women* F 18 H W 77-72 West Florida* F 20 A L 66-78 Alabama-Huntsville* F 23 A W 78-75 West Georgia* F 25 H W 75-67 North Alabama* * denotes Gulf South Conference game 1995-96—Record: 18- 10 (7-7 GSC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 21 H W 75-47 Milligan N 28 A L 64-74 Gardner-Webb D1 N W 67-63 Fairmont State D2 A W 68-49 Bluefield State D5 A W 66-61 Carson-Newman (OT) D8 H W 63-52 Union (KY) D9 H W 73-63 Gardner-Webb D 14 H W 66-58 Carson-Newman J 6 A L 49-55 Montevallo* J 8 A L 57-66 West Alabama* J 11 A L 56-64 Cumberland J 13 H L 66-85 Valdosta State* J 15 H W 93-64 West Florida* J 20 A W 83-70 North Alabama* J 22 A W 57-53 Alabama-Huntsville* J 27 H W 69-53 West Georgia* F3 A W 74-64 West Florida* F5 A L 64-69 Valdosta State* F8 H W 79-66 Cumberland F 10 H L 73-79 West Alabama* (OT) F 12 A L 77-84 Montevallo* F 15 A W 70-56 North Greenville F 17 H W 62-55 North Alabama* F 19 H L 61-65 Alabama-Huntsville* F 24 A W 88-45 West Georgia* F 26 H W 84-53 North Greenville GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT F 29 N W 73-71 Henderson State M1 N L 53-84 Delta State * denotes Gulf South Conference game 1996-97—Record: 14- 12 (6-8 GSC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 16 H W 61-58 Milligan N 18 A L 75-92 Tusculum N 21 A W 79-58 Union (KY) N 23 A W 74-67 Cumberland N 26 A L 54-79 Carson-Newman N 30 A L 48-77 Kentucky Wesleyan D3 H W 66-50 Bluefield College (VA) D6 H W 76-56 Clinch Valley D7 H W 61-48 Union (KY) D 14 H W 59-56 Carson-Newman J 2 H L 55-62 Bluefield State (WV) J 4 H W 72-63 Montevallo* J 6 H W 81-75 West Alabama* J 11 A L 51-70 Valdosta State* J 13 A L 72-78 West Florida* J 18 H W 67-61 North Alabama* J 20 H W 61-53 Alabama-Huntsville* J 25 A L 47-59 West Georgia* J 29 H W 80-58 Tusculum F1 H W 89-86 West Florida* (2-OT)


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SEASON RESULTS 1926-PRESENT F3 H L 56-63 Valdosta State* F8 A L 48-54 West Alabama* F 10 A L 56-69 Montevallo* F 15 A L 63-82 North Alabama* F 17 A L 50-67 Alabama-Huntsville* F 22 H W 60-44 West Georgia* * denotes Gulf South Conference game 1997-98—Record: 20- 7 (10-4 GSC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 15 A W 92-73 Lees-McRae N 18 H W 74-65 Carson-Newman N 22 H W 93-71 Kentucky Wesleyan N 25 A L 61-71 Union (KY) D1 A W 68-65 Bluefield State (WV) D2 A W 91-64 Bluefield College (VA) D5 H W 78-54 Union (KY) D6 H W 69-57 Cumberland D 13 A L 67-69 Carson-Newman D 30 H W 76-51 Oakland City J 3 A W 78-71 West Alabama* J 5 A W 70-53 Montevallo* J 10 H L 80-82 West Florida* J 12 H W 74-57 Valdosta State* J 14 A W 77-58 Tusculum J 17 A L 73-79 Alabama-Huntsville* J 19 A L 69-72 North Alabama* J 24 H W 88-71 West Georgia* J 31 A W 76-74 Valdosta State* F2 A L 71-86 West Florida* F7 H W 79-62 Montevallo* F9 H W 69-58 West Alabama* F 11 H W 80-69 Tusculum F 14 H W 82-66 Alabama-Huntsville* F 16 H W 110-98 North Alabama* F 21 A W 77-71 West Georgia* GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT F 26 N L 81-73 Delta State * denotes Gulf South Conference game 1998-99—Record: 9-17 (2-12 GSC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 14 H W 132-73 Lees-McRae N 16 H W 84-71 Bluefield State N 20 N W 76-48 Fairmont State N 21 A L 70-79 Bluefield State N 23 H L 79-83 Milligan N 25 A L 79-93 Union (KY) D1 H W 95-59 Clinch Valley D3 H W 84-52 Converse D5 H L 80-94 Union (KY) J 2 H L 69-72 West Alabama* J 4 H L 71-89 Montevallo* J 9 A L 71-89 West Florida* J 11 A L 54-79 Valdosta State* J 16 H W 68-54 Alabama-Huntsville* J 18 H L 72-93 North Alabama* J 20 A L 69-84 Tusculum J 23 A L 58-60 West Georgia* J 26 A W 75-57 Converse J 30 H W 67-60 Valdosta State* F1 H L 64-84 West Florida* F3 H W 86-69 Tusculum F6 A L 75-105 Montevallo* F8 A L 60-79 West Alabama* F 13 A L 44-49 Alabama-Huntsville* F 15 A L 63-69 North Alabama* F 20 H L 59-68 West Georgia* * denotes Gulf South Conference game 1999-2000—Record: 18-9 (7-7 GSC) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 19 N L 90-92 Pitt.-Johnstown (OT) N 20 N W 61-50 Saint Francis (IL) N 26 H W 89-75 Cal Poly-Pomona N 29 A W 74-69 Milligan D1 A W 87-74 Tusculum

D3 A W 84-69 Concord D6 H W 89-39 Virginia-Wise D8 A W 69-63 Kentucky Wesleyan D 11 H W 79-39 Concord J 4 A W 93-50 Union (KY) J 8 A W 87-77 Valdosta State* J 10 A W 67-49 West Georgia* J 15 H W 87-63 Montevallo* J 17 H L 69-77 West Florida* J 19 H W 73-49 Converse J 22 A L 67-75 North Alabama* J 24 A L 66-74 West Alabama* J 29 H W 75-55 Alabama-Huntsville* J 31 H W 95-46 Tusculum F 5 H W 63-45 West Georgia* F 7 H W 84-70 Valdosta State* F 12 A L 75-83 Montevallo* F 14 A L 69-73 West Florida* F 19 H L 69-82 North Alabama* F 21 H W 67-49 West Alabama* F 26 A L 51-57 Alabama-Huntsville* GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT M 2 N L 58-63 Arkansas Tech * denotes Gulf South Conference game 2000-2001—Record: 21-6 (12-4 GSC -- 1st-East Div.) Head Coach: Roger Vannoy Date Site W/L Score Opponent N 17 N W 86-77 Florida Tech N 18 N L 71-94 Bellarmine N 22 A W 99-54 Virginia-Wise N 27 H W 87-46 Virginia Intermont N 29 H W 91-74 Tusculum D2 H W 91-56 Milligan D4 A W 71-50 Converse D6 H W 77-69 KY Wesleyan (OT) D9 A L 68-72 West Alabama* J 3 H W 93-69 Union (KY) J 6 H W 70-68 West Georgia* J 9 A L 50-51 North Alabama* J 13 H W 75-69 Montevallo* J 15 A W 71-62 Valdosta State* J 19 H W 78-51 West Florida* J 22 A W 70-62 MS Univ. for Women* J 25 H W 77-56 North Alabama* J 29 H W 84-68 West Alabama* J 31 A W 77-58 Tusculum F3 A W 71-58 Alabama-Huntsville* F5 A W 58-44 West Georgia* F 10 A L 57-76 Montevallo* F 12 H W 52-44 Valdosta State* F 17 A L 57-59 West Florida* F 19 H W 93-48 MS Univ. for Women* F 26 H W 81-75 Alabama-Huntsville* GSC TOURNAMENT - TUPELO, MS M 1 N L 52-67 Ouachita Baptist * denotes Gulf South Conference game

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 (Based on available records)

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

B. Frank “Tex” Turner Arena 1991 - present 115-25


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B. FRANK TURNER ARENA The Tex Turner Arena is home for the Railsplitter and Lady Railsplitter basketball teams. Within the 87,000 square-foot, fully-equipped Tex Turner Arena, the teams find the tools to build successful programs. Constructed in 1991, the on-campus multipurpose structure houses a 5,009 seat arena (an additional 1,000 portable seats are available for concerts), a state-of-the-art training room, weight room, and locker rooms as well as the academic component of the athletic training program. The arena has drawn rave reviews from the teams, administrators, and media for the spacious and modern facilities needed for a first class, NCAA Division II Program. Ticket facilities are conveniently located on the east side of the entrance. Railsplitter Head Coach Jeff Tungate, Lady Railsplitter Coach Roger Vannoy and their basketball staffs, occupy offices on the floor level. Entrances to the building are located on the north, south, and east ends. There are a total of 24 entrance doors to the arena (handicap access is available on both levels). A continuous ring concourse encircles the building, permitting entrance to four large public restrooms, four concession areas, and ten portals leading to the arena. The playing floor level provides access to team dressing rooms, press work areas, and storage rooms. 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 structure’s roof measures 76,402 square feet, which is approximately 2 acres. The facility was officially named for former LMU football standout B. Frank “Tex” Turner by action of the Board of Trustees on May 10, 1989. Turner was the captain and quarterback of the football team and captain of the basketball team in the 1920’s. He served on the University’s Board of Trustees until his death. Since its opening in 1991, thousands of fans have flooded the stands for various activities. The facility is also used for concerts, graduations, conferences, and high school tournaments. Over the years, the Tex Turner Arena has seen near capacity, attracting over 4,500 people on three occasions. The arena was officially dedicated on Feb. 2, 1991, when the Railsplitter and Lady Railsplitter squads opened the facility with contests against future GSC foe Alabama-Huntsville. The women won 112-95 and the men lost 85-69. The single game record for basketball was set on January 23, 1991, against Carson-Newman College when 3,218 fans witnessed a doubleheader split. The largest crowd to have ever seen an LMU basketball game was at Murray, Kentucky, in 1986, when 9,800 fans saw the Railsplitters slip past NCAA Division I foe Murray State University.

Tex Turner.... and the arena that bears his name.

Check out the Turner Arena Virtual Tour on the Official NCAA Basketball Web Site! www.ncaabasketball.net


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TURNER ARENA RECORDS 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, most recently by Robin Cox vs. North Greenville 2-26-96 FG percentage .................. 1.000 (8-8) by Dawn Skelcher vs. Mississippi University for Women 2-19-01 3FG made ....................................................................... 6 by Amanda Jackson vs. Montevallo 1-13-01 3 FG attempted .................................................................. 10 by Carla Northcutt vs. Bluefield State 1-11-94 3 FG percentage ......................... 1.000 (4-4) by 2, most recently by Ashley Cox on 1-29-01 and 2-24-01 FT made .............................. 13 by Melinda Godfrey vs. Montevallo 1-14-97 and vs. KY Wesleyan 11-22-97 FT attempted .......................................................................... 17 by Melinda Godfrey vs. Montevallo 1-4-97 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 .................................................................... 12 by Brandy Brown vs. North Alabama 1-18-97 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 April Hutsell vs. West Alabama 2-10-96 Steals ...................................................................................... 8 by Karra Jackson vs. Valdosta State 2-7-00 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 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 9 vs. Montevallo 1-13-01 24 vs. North Alabama 2-17-96 .778 (7-9) vs. Union 12-9-94 41 vs. KY Wesleyan 11-22-97 56 vs. KY Wesleyan 11-22-97 .897 (35-39) vs. Tusculum 1-31-00 28 vs. Francis Marion 11-20-93 44 vs. West Georgia 2-22-97 61 vs. 3 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

Low 55 vs. Bluefield State 1-2-97 16 vs. West Alabama 2-21-00 42 vs. West Alabama 2-9-98 .289 (22-76) vs. Bluefield St. 1-2-97 0 vs. 10 0 vs. 3 .000 vs. 10 4 vs. Bluefield State 1-11-93 7 vs. Union 12-9-94 .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 11 vs. 3 (most recent vs. VSU, 2-12-01) 8 vs. Berry 1-27-92 0 vs. 7 0 vs. West Georgia 2-22-97 16 vs. KY Wesleyan 12-6-00 24 vs. 2

Amanda Jackson holds the Turner Arena and LMU record for three-pointers made in a game with six.

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 2 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, most recently by Crystal Martin 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 4, most recently by Quana Fields, VA Intermont 11-27-00 Blocks .............................................................. 7 by Tracy Sprolden, Valdosta State 2-7-00 and 2-12-01 Steals ....................................................................................... 7 by Charlotte Griffin, West Florida 1-10-98

Robin Cox holds several Turner Arena records.

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 39 by 2 35 by Berry 1-27-92 12 by Concord 12-11-99 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 Union 12-5-98 0 by Erskine 12-10-93 .632 (12-19) by West Florida 1-17-00 .000 by 10 (MUW 2-19-01) 27 by West Florida 2-1-97 0 by Bluefield St. 1-11-93 44 by West Florida 2-1-97 1 by Bluefield St. 1-11-93 .870 (20-23) by Kennesaw St. 12-14-92 .000 (0-1) by BSC 1-11-93 26 by MUW 2-4-95 5 by 2 42 by West Florida 2-1-97 11 by Tusculum 12-21-91 66 by West Florida 2-1-97 17 by Tusculum 12-21-91 21 by 4 3 by Gardner-Webb 12-18-92 46 by Francis Marion 11-20-93 9 by Tusculum 12-21-91 9 by Valdosta State 2-12-01 0 by 30 1991-00 17 by Newberry 1-30-93 4 by 7 57 by North Alabama 2-16-98 14 by West Georgia 2-22-97 61 by Kennesaw St. 12-14-92 16 by Milligan 11-21-95


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THE GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE The GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE (GSC) enters its 31st year of excellence, continuing a tradition of growth and success that has brought it distinction as one of the elite NCAA Division II conferences. With 18 universities in six southeastern states, the GSC is the largest playing Conference in Division II. GSC members feature comprehensive athletic programs that compete for 13 official conference championships: football, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s golf. As an all-sports conference, the GSC is committed to the promotion and practice of honor, integrity and sportsmanship. We take pride in our 34 National Team Championships in nine sports and the emphasis on academic success by our coaches and student-athletes. The combination of Delta State’s Fall 2000 Football Championship and West Florida’s Spring 2001 Men’s Golf Title marked the first time since 1990-91 that two teams from the GSC won national titles in the same academic year. Originally known as the Mid-South Conference, the GSC was formed by six universities in the summer of 1970: Delta State, Florence State (now North Alabama), Jacksonville State, Livingston (now West Alabama), Tennessee-Martin and Troy State. Due to scheduling problems during the 1970-71 academic year, the only league sport was football. Jacksonville State won the league’s first championship. In 1971, the league changed its name to the GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE, added Southeastern Louisiana (SELA) and Nicholls State (increasing the membership to eight), and opened an office in Hammond, LA. The following year, Mississippi College and Northwestern Louisiana (NWLA, now Northwestern State) were admitted. NELA withdrew to go Division I two years later, followed by SELA and Nicholls State in 1979. The conference continued with seven teams until 1981, when the presidents admitted Valdosta State. West Georgia joined in 1983. Eight years of stability ended in 1991 when Tennessee-Martin and Troy State went Division I, briefly dropping the GSC back to seven members, before the beginning of an expansion resulting in ten new members: Lincoln Memorial (1992-93); Alabama-Huntsville, Henderson State, Central Arkansas and Mississippi University for Women (1993-94); West Florida (1994-95); and Arkansas-Monticello, Arkansas Tech, Montevallo and Southern Arkansas (1995-96). Jacksonville State went Division I at the end of 1992-93. Mississippi College dropped to Division III at the end of 1995-96, and was replaced by Christian Brothers to keep the Conference at 16 schools. In July 2000, the GSC welcomed Harding University and Ouachita Baptist University, making it the largest NCAA conference at any level with 18 schools. Former Commissioner Jim McCullough moved the GSC office to its present Birmingham location. The current Commissioner, Nathan (Nate) N. Salant, has been in office since October 1992. He is assisted by Assistant Commissioner for Media and Public Affairs Michael L. Ingberg, Assistant Sports Information Director Michael Anderson and Office Manager Mary Jean Box round out the fulltime staff. The Chairman of the GSC Board of Directors is Dr. Frank Franz, President of the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Joining him on the executive committee are past-Chair Dr. Charles Dunn (Henderson State) and Vice Chair Dr. Robert Brown (Arkansas Tech). The Supervisors of Officials are Billy Johnson (Football), Mike Murphy (Basketball-East Division) and John Caldwell (Basketball-West Division).

GSC National Championships 1971-2001 (34) Baseball (4) Troy State (1986, 1987) Jacksonville State (1990, 1991)

Men’s Golf (3) Troy State (1976, 1977, 1984) West Florida (2001)

Men’s Basketball (3) North Alabama (1979, 1991) Jacksonville State (1985)

Women’s Golf (3) Troy State (1984, 1986, 1989)

Women’s Basketball (7) Delta State (1975, 1976, 1977, 1989, 1990, 1992) Southeastern Louisiana (1977) Football (8) Delta State (2000) North Alabama (1993, 1994, 1995) Troy State (1984, 1987) West Alabama (1971) Jacksonville State (1992)

Women’s Gymnastics (2) Jacksonville State (1984, 1985) Hockey (2) Alabama-Huntsville (1996, 1998) Track (1) Southeastern Louisiana (1975) **Note: Current Members Are Listed In Bold.


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2000-2001 GSC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rebounds

Scoring Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 17.

Name/Team Boclair, Caroline-DSU Young, Kim-UAH Sprolden, Tracy-VSU Allen, Crystal-OBU Deline, Amber-UNA Shaw, Ginny-ATU Harris, Angie-ATU Causey, Taryn-UNA Howard, Crystal-CBU Jackson, Karra-LMU

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 14.

Name/Team Harris, Angie-ATU Childs, Jennifer-LMU Sprolden, Tracy-VSU Walker, Genai-UCA Johnson, Electa-UWG King, Katrina-DSU Boclair, Caroline-DSU Cox, Ashley-LMU Ross, Hillary-LMU

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 15.

Name/Team Cox, Ashley-LMU Sharpe, Michelle-UWA Shaw, Ginny-ATU White, Amy-ATU Teel, Megan-DSU Jackson, Amanda-LMU Campbell, Kelsea-UCA Crawford, Brooke-UWF Jackson, Karra-LMU McCain, Erin-UWG

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

Name/Team Stewart, Stephanie-CBU Teel, Megan-DSU Jackson, Karra-LMU Sharpe, Michelle-UWA Hollis, Bridget-UM Anders, Robyn-OBU Anderson, Krista-HU Mallett, Melanie-ATU Floyd, Lindsay-UAH Caldwell, Katie-UAH

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

Name/Team Mallett, Melanie-ATU Floyd, Lindsay-UAH Teel, Megan-DSU Stewart, Stephanie-CBU Anders, Robyn-OBU Caldwell, Katie-UAH Anderson, Krista-HU Jackson, Karra-LMU Hollis, Bridget-UM Sharpe, Michelle-UWA

Games 34 26 27 27 26 31 31 26 26 27

Pts. 669 464 466 448 425 489 483 386 379 338

Avg. 19.7 17.8 17.3 16.6 16.3 15.8 15.6 14.8 14.6 12.5

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

Pct. .642 .583 .571 .527 .522 .520 .509 .503 .486

Pos. Name/Team 1. Shaw, Ginny-ATU 2. Martin, April-UWG Frase, Kristin-UCA 4. Stockton, Stacy-SAU 5. Middleton, Bekka-UCA 6. Causey, Taryn-UNA 7. Hollosy, Krisztina-UAM 8. Floyd, Lindsay-UAH 9. Cooper, Kim-UWA 12. Jackson, Karra-LMU

Field Goal Percentage FG 213 102 168 96 118 208 260 96 85

FGA 332 175 294 182 226 400 511 191 175

Name/Team Harris, Erica-UM Sprolden, Tracy-VSU Boclair, Caroline-DSU Ross, Hillary-LMU King, Katrina-DSU Keeton, Rachel-HSU Bender, Jamie-UWA Deline, Amber-UNA Biley, Meah-SAU Harris, Angie-ATU

Games 23 27 34 27 35 26 27 26 26 31

Reb. 258 278 332 255 315 231 233 208 198 235

Avg 11.2 10.3 9.8 9.4 9.0 8.9 8.6 8.0 7.6 7.6

Free Throw Percentage

Three-point FG Percentage

FT 78 63 63 114 60 109 53 75 83 110

FTA 91 75 75 136 72 131 64 92 102 139

Pct. .857 .840 .840 .838 .833 .832 .828 .815 .814 .791

3FG 69 65 51 49 50 48 55 43 40 40

Avg. 2.65 2.10 2.04 1.88 1.79 1.78 1.77 1.72 1.48 1.48

Reb. 137 129 91 93 113 77 77 89 76 72

Avg. 5.96 3.69 3.50 3.44 3.32 2.96 2.96 2.87 2.81 2.77

Reb. 202 177 219 162 140 140 186 121 142 143

Avg. 7.48 6.56 6.44 6.00 5.38 5.38 5.31 5.26 5.26 5.11

Three-point FG Made

3FG 38 40 55 35 49 34 39 50 40 40

3FGA 76 83 119 81 123 87 101 130 115 115

Pct. .500 .482 .462 .432 .398 .391 .386 .385 .348 .348

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 13.

Name/Team Condra, Sarah-CBU Crane, Mindy-ATU Hollis, Bridget-UM Causey, Taryn-UNA Crawford, Brooke-UWF Earl, Deanna-VSU Shaw, Ginny-ATU Hollosy, Krisztina-UAM Jackson, Karra-LMU Sharpe, Michelle-UWA

Games 26 35 27 27 25 28 25 30 26 26

Assists 174 149 106 100 85 92 81 95 82 79

Avg. 6.69 4.26 3.93 3.70 3.40 3.29 3.24 3.17 3.15 3.04

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

Name/Team Harris, Erica-UM King, Katrina-DSU Keeton, Rachel-HSU Ross, Hillary-LMU Boclair, Caroline-DSU Taylor, Ashley-MUW Biley, Meah-SAU Harris, Angie-ATU Sprolden, Tracy-VSU Johnson, Electa-UWG

Ratio 1.86 1.82 1.55 1.54 1.21 1.07 1.07 1.05 1.05 0.98

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

Assists

Games 26 31 25 26 28 27 31 25 27 27

Offensive Rebounds

8. 9. 10.

Turnover-Assist Ratio Assists 95 82 149 174 92 79 81 106 85 100

TO 51 45 96 113 76 74 76 101 81 102

Games 23 35 26 27 34 26 26 31 27 26

Defensive Rebounds

7. 8. 9. 10.

Name/Team Sprolden, Tracy-VSU Bender, Jamie-UWA Boclair, Caroline-DSU Ross, Hillary-LMU Keeton, Rachel-HSU Deline, Amber-UNA King, Katrina-DSU Harris, Erica-UM Pete, CaMeshia-UWA Geller, Karly-UWF

Games 27 27 34 27 26 26 35 23 27 28

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2000-2001 GSC TEAM STATISTICS Scoring Offense Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name/Team Delta State Lincoln Memorial Ouachita Baptist Southern Arkansas West Florida Central Arkansas Arkansas Tech Mississippi-Women Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville

Games 35 27 28 26 28 27 31 26 25 26

Field Goal Percentage Pts. 2608 2007 1968 1822 1961 1881 2102 1731 1652 1718

Avg. 74.5 74.3 70.3 70.1 70.0 69.7 67.8 66.6 66.1 66.1

Three-Point Field Goals Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name/Team Arkansas Tech Delta State Lincoln Memorial Ouachita Baptist West Alabama Valdosta State Christian Brothers West Florida Harding Mississippi-Women

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

Name/Team Christian Brothers Lincoln Memorial Henderson State North Alabama Central Arkansas West Florida Mississippi-Women Arkansas-Monticello Valdosta State West Georgia

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

Name/Team Delta State Lincoln Memorial Mississippi-Women Arkansas Tech Christian Brothers West Florida Alabama-Huntsville Valdosta State Harding West Alabama

3FG 168 165 142 129 79 124 146 156 113 120

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

3FGA 414 443 387 364 223 382 450 483 356 383

Pct. .406 .372 .367 .354 .354 .325 .324 .323 .317 .313

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

Name/Team Ouachita Baptist Lincoln Memorial Arkansas Tech Mississippi-Women North Alabama Harding Delta State Southern Arkansas Valdosta State West Florida

FTA 474 691 511 641 543 658 455 507 602 571

Pct. .738 .725 .724 .707 .691 .685 .675 .673 .668 .667

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

Name/Team Delta State Arkansas Tech Lincoln Memorial Ouachita Baptist Central Arkansas West Florida West Georgia Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Mississippi-Women

FG% .474 .451 .446 .432 .411 .411 .409 .408 .406 .400

Assists 586 451 387 454 358 374 342 343 328 330

Avg. 16.74 16.70 14.88 14.65 13.77 13.36 13.15 12.70 12.62 12.22

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

Name/Team Arkansas Tech Delta State Lincoln Memorial Central Arkansas Christian Brothers West Florida Mississippi-Women Southern Arkansas Ouachita Baptist Alabama-Huntsville

3FG 96 107 103 104 105 132 122 93 109 107

3FGA 364 403 380 373 355 444 391 296 338 329

Avg. .264 .266 .271 .279 .296 .297 .312 .314 .322 .325

Off. 74.5 67.8 74.3 70.3 69.7 70.0 62.2 66.1 61.1 66.6

Def. 57.5 52.8 62.1 62.0 61.8 67.3 59.6 65.8 61.1 66.9

Margin +17.1 +15.0 +12.2 +8.3 +7.9 +2.8 +2.6 +0.2 +0.0 -0.3

TO 425 566 547 368 466 489 508 388 446 493

Ratio 1.07 1.04 0.82 0.79 0.77 0.76 0.76 0.72 0.70 0.69

Turnover-Assist Ratio

Games 35 27 26 31 26 28 26 27 26 27

Steals Name/Team Lincoln Memorial West Florida West Georgia Central Arkansas Southern Arkansas Alabama-Huntsville Delta State North Alabama Harding Arkansas Tech

FGA 1705 1576 2149 1593 1480 1466 1363 1313 1277 1423

Scoring Margin

Assists

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

FG 808 710 958 688 609 602 558 536 518 569

Three Point Field Goal Percentage Defense

Free Throws FT 350 501 370 453 375 451 307 341 402 381

Name/Team Arkansas Tech Lincoln Memorial Delta State Ouachita Baptist Henderson State Alabama-Huntsville West Alabama Christian Brothers Valdosta State Harding

Assists 454 586 451 290 358 374 387 279 314 342

Field Goal Percentage Defense Games 27 28 26 27 26 26 35 26 26 31

Steals 345 311 288 281 261 260 342 253 236 270

Avg. 12.78 11.11 11.08 10.41 10.04 10.00 9.77 9.73 9.08 8.71

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

Name/Team Valdosta State Harding West Georgia Arkansas Tech Ouachita Baptist Lincoln Memorial West Alabama Delta State Montevallo Mississippi-Women

FG 531 553 487 575 592 586 648 727 591 634

FGA 1456 1483 1299 1521 1556 1532 1678 1870 1513 1599

Avg. .365 .373 .375 .378 .380 .383 .386 .389 .391 .396


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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 104th year of operation, LMU has grown into a progressive university, offering 30 undergraduate majors in four different schools: Paul V. Hamilton School of Arts and Sciences, Carter and Moyers School of Education, Caylor School of Nursing and Allied Health, and DeBusk School of Business. LMU has a current enrollment of 1774 graduate and undergraduate students and 70 faculty members at the main campus and seven off-campus sites around the tri-state area. The main campus is also home to the Abraham Lincoln Museum, which houses one of the largest Lincoln collections in the country.

JACK BONDURANT Athletic Director A former standout on the LMU tennis team, Mr. Bondurant became the assistant to the president for intercollegiate athletics in the summer of 1993. A 1962 graduate of LMU, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and General Business. He also serves as coach of the women’s tennis team, a position he has held for seven years. Before taking the LMU post, Bondurant was president of Bondurant Bros. Co., a wholesale electronics distributor, for many years. Since his arrival, he has hired a full cadre of graduate assistants for all sports in an effort to support all student-athletes on a more individual basis. Bondurant’s goals for LMU include contending for GSC and national championships in all thirteen sports and continuing to improve graduation rates of studentathletes. He is married to the former Donna Thompson of Harrogate. They have two grown children, Bob and Kathy, and three grandchildren. The couple resides in Knoxville.


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SPORTS INFORMATION DEPARTMENT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR RUSTY PEACE Entering his fourth year as sports information director for Lincoln Memorial University, Rusty is no stranger to LMU athletics. In his assigned duties, Peace oversees the publicity, statistical compilation and promotion of all NCAA Division II sports at Lincoln Memorial University. Before taking over as sports information director three years ago, Peace served as general manager of Lincoln Memorial’s two radio and two television stations for eight years. He will enter his thirteenth season this fall as voice of the Railsplitter and Lady Railsplitter Sports Networks. Peace, a native of Middlesboro, Kentucky, earned his B.S. in communications from Lincoln Memorial University in the Spring of 1989 and is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). He resides in Harrogate.

ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR BILL PORTER Bill enters his second year as the sports information assistant. His duties mainly include the statistics for all sports as well as maintaining the LMU Athletics web site and editing most of the publications released by the Sports Information Department. A 1994 graduate of LMU, Bill received the 1999 Martin Peters Young Alumnus of the Year Award at the 1999 Homecoming Alumni Banquet for his work on researching the basketball and baseball historical records. He has also worked at WATE-TV in Knoxville as a Production Assistant. Bill is a native of Knoxville and currently resides in Cumberland Gap.

GRADUATE ASSISTANT AMANDA BERRY Amanda comes to the LMU sports information office after coaching J. Frank White Academy basketball last season. Before her coaching duties, Amanda spent four seasons under the direction of Roger Vannoy as a Lady Railsplitter basketball player. Her duties in the sports information office will include statistics exchange with LMU opponents, writing and faxing sports releases and working various LMU sporting events. Her knowledge of athletics will make her an extremely valuable addition to the sports information office for the 2001-2002 season.


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ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF RICH FRAZEE Rich Frazee begins his eighth year as the program director of LMU’s athletic training education curriculum and as head athletic trainer. Rich resides in Harrogate with his wife, Donna, and their children, Ryan and Kelsey. Mr. Frazee has been a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association for over 19 years. He brings valuable knowledge and experience to the athletic training program. Prior to his employment at LMU, Rich was a full-time faculty member of the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Texas at Austin. While in Austin, Rich also gained experience by working in both high school and clinical settings. He has also worked with many camps, AAU, state and national competitions including the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Rich, a native of Syracuse, NY, graduated from Cortland State University in 1980 and completed his master’s in health, physical education and athletic training at Ohio University. While at Cortland he competed on both the wrestling and soccer teams.

AMANDA SMITH Amanda is in her fourth year as assistant trainer for the Railsplitter and Lady Railsplitter athletic programs. She is a full-time faculty member within the LMU athletic training program. A 1998 graduate of LMU, Amanda received her master’s degree in education administration and supervision more than a year and a half ago. She holds undergraduate degrees in both athletic training and health. Amanda is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society.

LMU ATHLETIC TRAINING LMU offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. LMU’s Athletic Training Education Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). The major is designed to prepare entry-level athletic trainers to make appropriate decisions and important judgements regarding sudden injuries or life threatening situations. The program faculty believes that graduates must be able to communicate clearly and effectively while providing ideal health care to student athletes. Athletic training students have the advantage of a well-equipped, spacious athletic training facility in which to practice basic competencies. Personal interaction and supervision by staff athletic trainers enables students to continually learn and practice their skills. Practicum courses within the major allow for clinical rotations at physical therapy clinics and doctor’s offices. Students looking for a challenging and rewarding career in athletic training need to contact the University addmissions office or the Athletic Training Program Director.


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HOTEL & RESTAURANT INFORMATION LOCAL HOTELS Hotel

Location

From Campus

Phone

Ramada Inn Cumberland Gap Inn Days Inn Best Western Inn

Cumberland Gap Cumberland Gap Middlesboro Middlesboro

2 Miles 2.5 Miles 5 Miles 4.5 Miles

(423) 869-3631 (423) 869-9172 (606) 248-6860 (606) 248-5630

FAMILY DINING Restaurant

Location

From Campus

Phone

Shoney’s Ryan’s J. Milton’s The Tea Room Chinatown Cafe La Esperanza New China Express The Oasis Pizza Hut Webb’s Country Kitchen

Harrogate Middlesboro Middlesboro Cumberland Gap Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Harrogate Middlesboro Cumberland Gap

1 Mile 5 Miles 4.5 Miles 2.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 5 Miles 1.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 1.5 Miles

(423) 869-8036 (606) 242-2900 (606) 248-0458 (423) 869-4844 (606) 248-1627 (606) 248-9252 (606) 248-5000 (423) 869-8000 (606) 248-7338 (423) 869-5877

FAST FOOD Restaurant

Location

McDonald’s Wendy’s Burger King Hardee’s Taco Bell KFC Krystal’s Subway Papa John’s Domino’s Dairy Queen Sonic Captain D’s Long John Silver’s Arby’s Taco Casa Lee’s Famous Recipe Godfather’s

Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Harrogate, Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Harrogate, Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Harrogate


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RADIO/TV SPOTTING CHART

00

3

4

5’8” SENIOR GUARD MIDDLESBORO, KY

6’0” FRESHMAN CENTER BECKLEY, WV

5’11” FRESHMAN FORWARD/CENTER FRIENDSVILLE, TN

10

12

14

5’4” SOPHOMORE GUARD SHAWANEE, TN

5’6” FRESHMAN GUARD HARROGATE, TN

5’5” SENIOR GUARD KNOXVILLE, TN

20

22

24

5’7” SOPHOMORE GUARD LONDON, KY

5’9” JUNIOR FORWARD CHARLESTON, TN

5’6” SENIOR GUARD GEORGETOWN, KY

31

32

33

5’9” SENIOR FORWARD RALEIGH, IL

6’1” SOPHOMORE FORWARD/CENTER SOMERSET, KY

5’11” SENIOR FORWARD/CENTER CARBONDALE, IL

41

44

50

5’10” SOPHOMORE FORWARD EVARTS, KY

6’0” FRESHMAN FORWARD/CENTER GREENTOWN, IN

5’11” JUNIOR FORWARD GREENTOWN, IN

KARRA JACKSON

MORGANE VANNOY

SARAH CROOK

CHRISTY WISEMAN

SARAH BERRY

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MINDY MILLER 6’0” SENIOR CENTER ROSICLARE, IL

KARMELLA WYNNE

TRACY BROOKS

BUFFY MOORE

HILLARY ROSS

STACEY CHILDS

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE KARRA -- “CARE-a” KARMELLA -- “Car-MEL-uh” MORGANE -- “More-GUN”

OLIVIA REYNOLDS

ASHLEY COX

SARA WOOD

DAWN SKELCHER

JENNIFER CHILDS


2001-2002 LADY RAILSPLITTER BASKETBALL SCHEDULE November 16-17 Quincy University Tip-Off Tournament 16 vs. Regis 6:00 p.m. 17 vs. Quincy/Missouri-Rolla 20 KENTUCKY STATE 6:00 p.m. 27 UNION COLLEGE 5:30 p.m. 29 UVA’S COLLEGE AT WISE 6:00 p.m. December 1 TUSCULUM 3 BLUEFIELD STATE 6 Carson-Newman 8 WEST ALABAMA* Home games are in caps All times are in Eastern Standard Time * Indicates GSC Opponent

6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

January 2 CARSON-NEWMAN 5 West Georgia* 8 NORTH ALABAMA* 12 Montevallo* 14 VALDOSTA STATE* 19 West Florida* 21 MISSISSIPPI-WOMEN* 24 North Alabama* 28 West Alabama* 31 Tusculum College

6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

February 2 ALABAMA--HUNTSVILLE* 4 WEST GEORGIA* 9 MONTEVALLO* 11 Valdosta State* 16 WEST FLORIDA* 18 Mississippi-Women* 23 Alabama-Huntsville*

6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.


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