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2003-04 LADY RAILSPLITTER ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 31 44 00 20 25 54 30 22 4 11 33 32 10 5 3

Name Sarah Berry Stacey Childs Stephanie Clinton Sarah Crook Katie DePersio Jamie Jackson Mareme Konate Leah Moore Olivia Reynolds Madeline Richards Candice Rose Hillary Ross Morgane Vannoy Chasity Williams Karmella Wynne

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

Ht. 5’10” 6’1” 5’8” 5’7” 5’11” 6’0” 6’0” 5’8” 5’11” 5’7” 6’0” 6’1” 5’4” 5’3” 6’0”

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

Hometown Evarts, KY Greentown, IN Knoxville, TN London, KY Knoxville, TN Gallatin, TN Dakar, Senegal Annville, KY Friendsville, TN Floyds Knobs, IN McKee, KY Somerset, KY Harrogate, TN Evansville, IN Beckley, WV

2003-04 LINCOLN MEMORIAL BASKETBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 00 3 4 5 10 11 20 22 25 30 31 32 33 44 54

Name Stephanie Clinton Karmella Wynne Olivia Reynolds Chasity Williams Morgane Vannoy Madeline Richards Sarah Crook Leah Moore Katie DePersio Mareme Konate Sarah Berry Hillary Ross Candice Rose Stacey Childs Jamie Jackson

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

Ht. 5’8” 6’0” 5’11” 5’3” 5’4” 5’7” 5’7” 5’8” 5’11” 6’0” 5’10” 6’1” 6’0” 6’1” 6’0”

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

Hometown Knoxville, TN Beckley, WV Friendsville, TN Evansville, IN Harrogate, TN Floyds Knobs, IN London, KY Annville, KY Knoxville, TN Dakar, Senegal Evarts, KY Somerset, KY McKee, KY Greentown, IN Gallatin, TN


WELCOME / CONTENTS

LMU Women’s Basketball Quick Facts

Table of Contents WELCOME / CONTENTS........................................................................1 MEDIA INFORMATION............................................................................2 2003-04 SEASON OUTLOOK................................................................3 HEAD COACH ROGER VANNOY...........................................................4 ASST. COACHES DAWN SKELCHER / JENNIFER CHILDS.....................5 SARAH BERRY.....................................................................................6 SARAH CROOK.....................................................................................7 HILLARY ROSS....................................................................................8 MORGANE VANNOY.............................................................................9 STACEY CHILDS..................................................................................10 MAREME KONATE................................................................................11 OLIVIA REYNOLDS..............................................................................12 KARMELLA WYNNE.............................................................................13 STEPHANIE CLINTON..........................................................................14 KATIE DePERSIO.................................................................................15 LEAH MOORE......................................................................................16 CANDICE ROSE...................................................................................17 CHASITY WILLIAMS...........................................................................18 MADELINE RICHARDS.........................................................................19 JAMIE JACKSON / 2003-04 GSC PRESEASON TEAMS.......................20 2003-04 OPPONENTS......................................................................21-22 2003-04 TRAVEL ITINERARY..............................................................22 2002-03 SEASON REVIEW.................................................................23 2002-03 FINAL STATISTICS - OVERALL & CONFERENCE ONLY.........24 2002-03 FINAL RESULTS....................................................................25 2002-03 GSC STATISTICS..................................................................26 2002-03 GSC STATISTICS..................................................................27 2002-03 GSC YEAR-IN-REVIEW.........................................................28 LADY RAILSPLITTERS IN THE POSTSEASON.....................................29 2003 NCAA TOURNAMENT BRACKET................................................30 CAREER RECORDS..............................................................................31 SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS...............................................................32 SINGLE-GAME / TURNER ARENA RECORDS.......................................33 HONOR ROLL.....................................................................................34 LMU ATHLETICS HALL-OF-FAMERS....................................................35 ALL-TIME ROSTER..............................................................................36 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS............................................................37-40 RESULTS VS. ALL OPPONENTS / HOME COURTS..............................40 TEX TURNER ARENA...........................................................................41 THIS IS LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY..........................................42 PRESIDENT / ATHLETIC DIRECTOR......................................................43 ATHLETIC TRAINING............................................................................44 RAILSPLITTER NETWORK WOMEN’S BROADCAST SCHEDULE..........45 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT / LOCAL INFORMATION...............................46 THE GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE........................................................48

School..................... ............................. Lincoln Memorial University Founded ....................................................................................... 1897 Location ....................................................................... Harrogate, TN Enrollment ................................................................................... 2,442 School Colors ............................................................. Blue and Gray Arena Name ........................................................... Tex Turner Arena Capacity ...................................................................................... 5,009 Nickname ............................................................. Lady Railsplitters Affiliation .................................................................. NCAA Division II Conference ........................................................................ Gulf South President ................................................................ Dr. Nancy Moody Alma Mater, Year ...................................... Eastern Kentucky, 1974 Athletic Director ....................................................... Jack Bondurant Alma Mater, Year ...................................... Lincoln Memorial, 1962 Athletic Department Phone .................................. (423) 869-6285

Coaching Staff Head Coach ................................................................. Roger Vannoy Alma Mater, Year ....................................... Lincoln Memorial, 1975 Record at LMU (yrs) .................................................... 407-190 (21) Career Record .......................................................................... same Vannoy’s Office Phone .......................................... (423) 869-6241 Vannoy’s E-mail ............................................ rvannoy@lmunet.edu Assistant Coach ...................................................... Dawn Skelcher Alma Mater, Year ...................................... Lincoln Memorial, 2002 Skelcher’s Office Phone ....................................... (423) 869-6343 Athletic Trainer ................................................................... Josh Holt Holt’s Office Phone ................................................ (423) 869-6378

Team Information 2002-03 Overall Record ............................................................. 21-9 Home | Away | Neutral ........................................... 10-1 | 9-6 | 2-2 2003 GSC Record (finish) ............... 12-4 (1st-Eastern Division) Home | Away | Neutral ........................................................ 7-1 | 5-3 Starters returning/lost .............................................................. 4/1 Letter winners returning/lost ................................................. 11/2

CREDITS

History

The 2003-04 Lincoln Memorial University Women’s Basketball Guide is a publication of the LMU Sports Information Office.

First Year of Basketball .................................. 1913, reborn 1973 All-time Record (yrs) ................................................ 644-286 (60) Last NCAA Tournament Appearance (yrs) ..................... 2003 (1) Result .................................. lost to Ark. Tech in first round, 64-50 Last GSC Tournament Appearance (yrs) .................... 2003 (1) Result ................... lost to Central Ark. in semifinals, 83-79 (OT)

Layout and Design: Bill Porter. Writing: Bill Porter, Rusty Peace and Roger Vannoy. Cover: Design and layout by Bill Porter. Photography: Rusty Peace, Bill Porter, Ray Welch, Regina Burns, Denton Loving, Thomas Wells (the Tupelo Daily Journal) and the Lincoln Memorial University Sports Information Archives. Special Thanks: Head Coach Roger Vannoy and his staff, Athletic Director Jack Bondurant, Regina Burns and Robin Susong

Sports Information Sports Information Director..................................... Rusty Peace SID Office Phone .................................................. (423) 869-6236 Home Phone .......................................................... (423) 869-5120 Assistant SID ................................................................... Bill Porter Home Phone .......................................................... (423) 869-9032 SID Fax ................................................................... (423) 869-6376 Mailing Address ...................................................... LMU Box 2028 Tex Turner Arena Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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

On the Cover On the cover are the four seniors and this year’s team.

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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) 869-6236. A phone line is provided for the visiting team’s radio. Space is available either on press row next to the visiting bench or next to the stat table.

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

Tex Turner Arena LMU Box 2028 Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 Fax: (423) 869-6376 Website: www.lmunet.edu/athletics

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

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

2003-04 LADY RAILSPLITTER PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS Print Media Associated Press, Teresa Walker/Skip Latt, PO Box 22990, Nashville, TN 37202 Bristol Herald-Courier, George Stone, P.O. Box 609, Bristol, VA 24201 Claiborne Progress, Richard Evans, P.O. Box 40, Tazewell, TN 37879 Commonwealth Journal, G. Michael Graham, 110-112 E. Mt. Vernon St., Somerset, KY 45202 Harlan Daily Enterprise, John Henson, P.O. Box E, Harlan, KY 40831 Kingsport Times News, John Moorehouse, P.O. Box 479, Kingsport, TN 37660 Knoxville News Sentinel, John Adams, 208 West Church Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37901 LaFollette Press, Dwane Wilder, P.O. Box 1261, LaFollette, TN 37766 London News-Journal, Les Dixon, 115 C V B Drive, London, KY 40741 London Sentinel-Echo, Denis House/Jim McAlister, P.O. Box 830, London, KY 40741 Middlesboro Daily News, Jerry Boggs, P.O. Box 579, Middlesboro, KY 40965 Morristown Citizen-Tribune, Justin Cress, P.O. Box 625, Morristown, TN 37815 Powell Valley News, P.O. Box 459, Pennington Gap, VA 24277 Pineville Sun, Sports Editor, P.O. 250, Pineville, KY 40977 Union News-Leader, P.O. Box 866, Maynardville, TN 37807 Broadcast Media WLMU/91.3 FM - WRWB/740 AM, LMU Box 2025, Cumb. Gap Parkway, Harrogate, TN 37752 WFXY/1490 AM - WXJB/96.5 FM - WANO/1230 AM, P.O. Box 447, Middlesboro, KY 40965 WCTU/105.9 FM, P.O. Box 215, Tazewell, TN 37879 WMIK/560 AM, P.O. Box 608, Middlesboro, KY 40965 WSWV/105.5 FM - 1570 AM, 203 West Morgan Avenue, Pennington Gap, VA 24277 WRIL/106.3 FM, P.O. Box 693, Pineville, KY 40977 WATE/WTNZ-TV, Jim Wogan, P.O. Box 2349, Knoxville, TN 37901 WBIR-TV, Mark Packer, 1513 Hutchinson Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917 WVLT-TV, Rick Russo, P.O. Box 59088, Knoxville, TN 37950 WYMT TV, Brian Milam, P.O. Box 1299, Hazard, KY 41701

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Lona White Sports Information Graduate Assistant Office: (423) 869-6236 Home: (423) 869-6659 Email: lwhite@lmunet.edu

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2003-04 SEASON OUTLOOK Can the team get back to the NCAA National Tournament? Can the team repeat as GSC Eastern Division Champions? Can the team “four-peat” with another 20-win season? These are lofty expectations for a group that wasn’t even picked to finish in the top two spots in the GSC Eastern Division last year. However, the success of last year’s team has driven expectations even higher for this year’s team. And why not? The team returns eleven letter winners, including four starters. One of the nation’s top post games returns led by senior Hillary Ross (11.9 ppg, 11.7 rpg), the school’s all-time career rebounding leader and the leading scorer and rebounder last season. Ross is the only 2002-03 First Team All-GSC East player returning this season. Junior Karmella Wynne (11.0 ppg, 6.4 rpg) is also a multi-talented player in the paint. Fellow juniors Olivia Reynolds (3.6 ppg, 2.6 rpg) and Stacey Childs (0.8 ppg, 1.0 rpg) are experienced and capable. Sophomore Katie DePersio (1.3 ppg, 0.6 rpg) is improving daily and incoming freshman Jamie Jackson (16.5 ppg, 10 rpg at Gallatin HS) is an exciting talent as well. Several talented and experienced players also return on the perimeter as well. Senior Sarah Crook (8.2 ppg, 4.6 apg), a Second-Team All-GSC player, was an outstanding leader last season. Should she fully recover from her season-ending knee injury, look for her to repeat that performance this year. Morgane Vannoy (1.2 ppg) also returns for her last year after really stepping up for the team in the playoffs last season. Sarah Berry (0.7 ppg, 0.9 rpg) is another four-year player with a solid shooting touch. Sophomore Chasity Williams (7.9 ppg, 2.0 apg) returns to concentrate on the point position. With her combination of strength and speed, she can be an explosive player. Fellow sophomore Leah Moore (7.1 ppg, 44 3FGM) returns at the shooting guard spot after leading the GSC in three point percentage as a freshman. Incoming freshman Madeline Richards (19.5 ppg, 4.4 rpg at Floyd Central HS) has a college-ready game and should give a major contribution to the team from the shooting guard position. The lone starter lost to graduation last season was at the small forward position. Three players are looking to take over that position. Sophomore Stephanie Clinton (3.1 ppg, 88.0% FT) returns after playing a key role in the success of last year’s team. Candice Rose will also be making her first collegiate appearance after missing last season due to injury. Junior transfer Mareme Konate (7.2 ppg, 3.4 rpg at Kennesaw State) is also a very talented player who should make a major contribution here. If this group of talented players is willing to sacrifice as individuals to truly become a team, then their chances to improve on last year’s success look good. 2003-04 Team Captains Hillary Ross and Sarah Crook 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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LADY RAILSPLITTER COACHING STAFF

ROGER VANNOY HEAD COACH

THE VANNOY FILE Birthdate / Birthplace: Jan. 4, 1954 / Lafollette, TN Education: Powell Valley High School Class of 1971 Lincoln Memorial University Class of 1975 Coaching Resume: Powell Valley High School 1975-82 133-58 (69.6 %) Lincoln Memorial University 1982-present 407-190 (68.1 %)

Coach Vannoy was presented with a ball autographed by the team in honor of his 400th collegiate coaching victory on Jan. 27. 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

1982-present

Roger Vannoy inherited a Lady Railsplitter program in 1982 that had posted a 52-50 record over the previous four seasons. The rest, as they say, is history. By his third season, the team posted their first of seven consecutive 20-win seasons. The 2002-03 squad’s 21-9 record marked the 11th time in his 21 years at LMU that the Lady Railsplitters have won at least 20 games in a season. From his first game against Cumberland College on November 16, 1982 to the NCAA South Regional game against Arkansas Tech, his coaching style and recruiting savvy have brought many victories (407 overall) and exciting moments to the Lady Railsplitters and their fans. On January 27th Coach Vannoy picked up his 400th collegiate victory against defending GSC-East Champion West Alabama, a milestone he currently shares with only 12 other active Division II coaches. This makes the game against Fort Valley State on December 13 especially interesting as Vannoy is currently tied in victories with Ft. Valley Coach Lonnie Barkley. During his 21 years at the helm, 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 second time in three seasons. 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 teams have qualified for the GSC Tournament seven out of ten possible times, including the last four in a row. The seven trips ties the team with UCA for most GSC tournament trips under an active coach. The teams have succeeded on the academic court as well. Over 95 percent of his players who completed their eligibility have graduated and the 2000-01 team had the highest team GPA in the WBCA NCAA Division II rankings. A native of Harrogate, Tennessee, Vannoy graduated from Lincoln Memorial in 1975. He immediately went into coaching the girls varsity team at Powell Valley High School, his alma mater. From 1975-82 he compiled a 133-58 record as head coach of the Lady Indians and won several district titles. Since moving into the Turner Arena in 1991 the Lady Railsplitters have been formidable at home, posting a 140-28 record (83.0 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 ProfesNCAA DIVISION II WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES sional Hall of Fame and the BY VICTORIES WBCA. He has also served on Coach Team Yrs. Wins the WBCA All-American 1. Barbara Stevens, Bentley 26 640 2. Amy Ruley, North Dakota St. 24 581 Committee and the NCAA 3. Bob Schneider, West Tex. A&M 25 563 Conference Captain Commit4. Curt Fredrickson, Northern St. 24 557 tee. 5. Johnny Jacumin, Wingate 23 501 Vannoy is married to 6. Nancy Winstel, Northern Ky. 23 478 7. Ron Marvel, Central Ark. 23 468 the former Pam Johnston, who 8. Jodi Gault, Pitt.-Johnstown 21 456 is also a graduate of LMU. 9. Tom Shirley, Philadelphia 22 454 They have two daughters, 10. David Smith, Bellarmine 21 424 Morgane (a senior on the Lady 11. Gene Roebuck, North Dakota 16 412 12. Roger Vannoy, Lincoln Memorial 21 407 Railsplitter squad) and Lonnie Bartley, Fort Valley St. 19 407 Whitney. The family resides 14. Karen Stromme, Minn.-Duluth 19 400 in Harrogate. 15. Nick Keith, Southeastern Okla. 22 390 4

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LADY RAILSPLITTER COACHING STAFF

DAWN SKELCHER ASSISTANT COACH

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

Dawn enters her first season as the assistant coach after spending the 2002-03 campaign as a graduate assistant. Prior to last season, she spent two seasons as a Lady Railsplitter, averaging 3.8 points and 1.9 rebounds a game. Dawn came to LMU after two seasons at John A. Logan (IL) Community College, where she helped lead the Lady Vols to an appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament. At Logan, she averaged 5.2 points and 2.9 rebounds per game and shot 34 percent from three-point range. A native of Carterville, IL, Dawn attended Carterville High where she earned several honors during her prep career, including All-Black Diamond Conference. A 2003 graduate of LMU, Dawn earned a degree in Athletic Training and brings that knowledge and experience to the sidelines in addition to her regular coaching duties. Already this season she has introduced new conditioning techniques to the coaching staff’s repertoire. She currently resides in Harrogate.

JENNIFER CHILDS GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Lincoln Memorial University 1999-2003 Eastern High School (Greentown, IN) 1995-99

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Jennifer moves from the basketball court to the sidelines following a stellar career as a Lady Railsplitter. During her four years in a LMU uniform, she scored 974 points and pulled down 505 rebounds, which ranks her 16th in career scoring and 11th in career rebounding. She also ranks 8th in free throw attempts (362) and made free throws (259), 9th in field goal percentage (50.3%), 9th in blocks (53) and 12th in steals (149). One other highlight of her LMU career is going to the Gulf South Conference Tournament all four years. She is the first Lady Railsplitter to go to four GSC Tournaments and the first starter since Monica Owens (1986-90) to play in the post-season all four years of her career. Her sister Stacey is currently a junior at LMU and plays on the LMU basketball team. Prior to coming to LMU, Jennifer was a standout at Eastern High School in Greentown, Indiana. Jennifer will graduate in December with a degree in Elementary Education. She currently lives in Harrogate. 5

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SARAH BERRY #31 6-1 * Senior * Forward * Evarts, Ky. * Evarts HS JUNIOR SEASON (2002-03)

Played in 12 games... Shot a perfect 100 percent from the field... Once again was a team leader in charges drawn. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2001-02)

Shot 66.7 percent from the free throw line... Was the team leader in charges drawn. FRESHMAN SEASON (2000-01)

Saw limited action as a walk-on, averaging 6.1 minutes in 11 games.

Career Highs

FGM -- 2... vs. Converse (1/5/03) FGA -- 5... at UVA-Wise (11/22/00) HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS FG% -- .500 (2-4)... vs. Converse (1/5/03) Followed in her sister Amanda’s footsteps to play at LMU... Amanda 3FGM -- 1... at UVA-Wise (11/22/00) played for the Lady Railsplitters from 1996-2000... Sarah played 3FGA -- 2... vs. Converse (1/5/03) and vs. West Alabama (1/29/01) against future LMU teammates Hillary Ross, Morgane Vannoy, 3FG% -- 1.000 (1-1) at UVA-Wise (11/22/00) Sarah Crook, Candice Rose, Leah Moore, Amanda Jackson and FTM -- 3... vs. Tusculum (11/29/00) Karra Jackson during her high school career.. Averaged 12 points, FTA -- 4... vs. Tusculum (11/29/00) 5 assists and 4 rebounds per game her senior season for the Lady Pts -- 6... vs. Converse (1/5/03) Wildcats... Shot 78 percent from the field and 70 percent from threeReb -- 6... at UVA-Wise (11/22/00) Asts -- 2... vs. Union (KY) (1/1/01) point range... Had a single-game high of 24 points and 8 Blks -- 1... on five occasions rebounds... The high school gym at Evarts is the oldest gym still in Stls -- 2... on four occasions use in the state of Kentucky and has been featured on ESPN. Min -- 14... at UVA-Wise (11/22/00)

Coach Vannoy on Sarah: Athletic Honors (High School) All SEKC Courier-Journal All-State, 2000 13th Region All-Star Team, 2000 52nd District All-Tournament

“As one of four returning seniors on this year’s squad who has been with us all four years, Sarah brings outstanding knowledge of our system. Sarah is one of the team’s top three point threats. She will once again be asked to add depth to our shooting guard and small forward spots.”

Academic Honors LMU Dean’s List F2000, S2001, F2001, S2002, F2002, S2003 GSC Honor Roll W2000-01, W2001-02, W2002-03

LMU Statistics Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 11 10 12 33

GS 0 0 0 0

Min 67 29 33 129

FG 4 0 3 7

FGA 19 7 16 42

Pct .211 .000 .188 .167

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3FG 1 0 0 1

FGA 8 4 7 19

Pct .125 .000 .000 .053

FT 8 4 2 14 6

FTA 13 6 2 21

Pct .615 .667 1.000 .667

Off 6 0 5 11

Def 9 6 6 21

Tot 15 6 11 32

Avg 1.4 0.6 0.9 1.0

A 2 3 3 8

TO 2 6 4 12

Blk 3 2 0 5

Stl 6 5 0 11

Pts 17 4 8 29

Avg 1.5 0.4 0.7 0.9

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SARAH CROOK #20 5-7 * Senior * Guard * London, Ky. * North Laurel HS JUNIOR SEASON (2002-03)

Named Second Team All-GSC.... Named Co-MVP by her teammates.... Led the team in assists with 4.6 per game.... Also was a threat from the line as she was third on the team in FT percentage (75.7%).... Suffered a season-ending knee injury during the last home game of the season.... Was a team co-captain.... Led the team in minutes played at the time of her injury. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2001-02)

Averaged 12.7 minutes per game in a back-up point guard role.... 4th on the team in FG percentage (45.5%).... Was voted “Most Improved” by her teammates.

Career Highs

FGM -- 5... on 5 occasions FGA -- 12... at UAH (2/1/03) FG% -- .714 (5-7)... at Maryville (12/12/02) FRESHMAN SEASON (2000-01) and at Carson-Newman (11/23/02) 3FGM -- 3... at West Alabama (12/7/02) Led the team in three-point percentage (63.6%).... Averaged 11.1 3FGA -- 6... at UAH (12/7/02) minutes a game. and vs. Carson-Newman (12/3/02) 3FG% -- .750 (3-4)... at UWA (12/7/02) QUICK FACTS FTM -- 6... on 3 occasions Averaged 11 ppg during her career at North Laurel.... Sarah was FTA -- 9... vs. West Georgia (1/3/03) also a standout on the North Laurel softball team, where she was a FT% -- 1.000 (6-6)... at UWA (12/7/02) Pts -- 19... at UWA (12/7/02) finalist for Miss Softball her senior season. She still holds the record Reb -- 8... on two occasions or is listed in twelve categories in the KHSAA softball record Asts -- 10... vs. MUW (2/17/03) books.... Heavily recruited by several schools (including LMU) for Blks -- 1... on two occasions softball, Sarah’s decision to play basketball literally brought Laurel Stls -- 4... at Ashland (11/30/02) county to a standstill when the announcement was made public. Min -- 40... at KY State (11/26/02)

Coach Vannoy on Sarah:

Athletic Honors Second Team All-GSC, 2002-03 (High School) All-48th District All-12th Region Courier-Journal All-State, 2000 12th Region All-Star Team, 2000

Academic Honors LMU Dean’s List F2000, S2001, S2002, S2003 GSC Honor Roll W2000-01, W2001-02, W2002-03

“Sarah’s importance to last year’s team can be pointed out in one sentence -- when she had an off game, the team usually lost. The team further recognized her value when they voted her Co-MVP for last season. Even though her season was abruptly ended by a devastating knee injury in the last regular season home game, Sarah’s leadership continued to play a motivational role in the postseason. Possibly the biggest question to be answered for this year’s team is how fully can Sarah Crook recover.”

LMU Statistics Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 27 27 26 80

GS 0 0 26 26

Min 299 342 776 1417

FG 30 25 69 124

FGA 63 55 180 298

Pct .476 .455 .383 .416

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3FG 7 3 19 29

FGA 11 16 56 83

Pct .636 .188 .339 .349

FT 8 21 56 85 7

FTA 17 33 74 124

Pct .471 .636 .757 .685

Off 5 6 10 21

Def 29 20 73 122

Tot 34 26 83 143

Avg 1.3 1.0 3.2 1.8

A 49 47 120 216

TO 28 35 84 147

Blk 1 0 1 2

Stl 23 23 37 83

Pts 75 74 213 362

Avg 2.8 2.7 8.2 4.5

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HILLARY ROSS #32 6-1 * Senior * Forward * Somerset, Ky. * Pulaski County HS JUNIOR SEASON (2002-03) Led the team in both scoring (11.9 ppg) and rebounding (11.7 ppg).... Set a new LMU career rebounding record in the Central Arkansas game, surpassing Lori Neely’s total of 859.... Set new career double-double record with 33.... Named First-Team All-GSC, Player of the Week twice and to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team.... Named LMU Female Athlete of the Year and team Co-MVP.... Finished the season ranked second in the GSC in rebounding and 13th in the NCAA Division II.... Ranked third in the GSC in blocks and tied for 43rd in the NCAA standings.... Had game-winning free throws on the road at Montevallo and West Florida.

Career Highs FGM -- 9... on 2 occasions FGA -- 18... vs. Tusculum (12/1/01) FG% -- .857 (6-7)... at UNA (1/9/01) FTM -- 11... at UWA (1/28/02) FTA -- 14... at MUW (2/18/02) FT% -- 1.000 (7-7)... vs. UAH (2/22/03) Pts -- 23... vs. Central Arkansas (3/8/03) and vs. West Florida (1/19/01) Reb -- 19... vs. Carson-Newman (12/3/02) Asts -- 5... vs. UWG (2/4/02) Blks -- 5... on 4 occasions Stls -- 4... on 3 occasions Min -- 35... vs. UWA (12/8/01)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2001-02) Third on the team in scoring (10.9 pg).... Led the team in rebounds with 9.9 rpg, which made her fourth in the GSC and 38th in the NCAA Division II rankings.... Won the “110%” award for the second straight season.

Athletic Honors

QUICK FACTS Hillary has the chance to become the first LMU women’s player to surpass the 1,000 point and rebound marks.... The only other player in LMU history to do that was men’s All-American Keith Beck (1982-86).... Has started every game during her LMU career.... Named the Somerset Commonwealth Journal Player of the Year her senior year at PCHS.... Was named All-City, All-County and All-State during her high school career.... Crowned Homecoming Queen at the 2003 LMU Homecoming.

First Team All-GSC, 2002-03 TSWA All-State, 2002-03 Preseason All-GSC, 2003 LMU Female Athlete of the Year, 2003 GSC All-Tournament Team, 2003 Preseason All-GSC, 2002 GSC-East Player of the Week, -- week of 2/24/03 and 1/5/03 -- week of 2/7/01 LMU Female Newcomer of the Year, 2001

Academic Honors LMU Deans List F-2001, S-2002, S-2003 GSC Honor Roll W-2000-01, W-2001-02, W-2002-03

FRESHMAN SEASON (2000-01) Set the LMU record for most rebounds by a freshman with 255.... Only GSC-East Division freshman to be named Player of the Week (the week ending Feb. 07).... Was a runner-up for GSC-East Freshman of the Year... Not only led the team in rebounding (9.4 rpg) but ranked fourth in the GSC.... Averaged 8.6 points per game and had 9 double-doubles.... Won the “110%” award and “Most Improved” award (voted by her teammates).... Won the LMU Female Newcomer of the Year Award.

Coach Vannoy on Hillary: “The post-season success of last year’s team gave folks around the country a chance to see how good Hillary Ross really is. Going up against the best post players in the GSC, she actually improved on her season statistics as she averaged 16.7 points and 10.6 rebounds a game in leading the team to the NCAA Tournament. Based on her career and team success, Hillary Ross is a bona fide All-American candidate.”

LMU Statistics Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 27 27 30 84

GS 27 27 30 84

Min 674 674 865 2284

FG 85 85 127 301

FGA 175 175 267 656

Pct .486 .486 .476 .459

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG 0 0 0 0

FGA 0 0 2 2

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 61 61 104 282 8

FTA 93 93 139 394

Pct .656 .656 .748 .716

Off 93 93 124 308

Def 162 162 228 567

Tot 255 255 352 875

Avg 9.4 9.4 11.7 10.4

A 23 23 48 102

TO 63 63 80 220

Blk 23 23 47 92

Stl 35 35 38 109

Pts 231 231 358 884

Avg 8.6 8.6 11.9 10.5

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MORGANE VANNOY #10 5-4 * Senior * Guard * Harrogate, Tenn. * Middlesboro HS JUNIOR SEASON (2002-03) Took over the “floor general” role after Sarah Crook’s injury, even though she had a separated shoulder herself.... Played in 28 games, starting five... Had key steals in games against West Alabama and West Florida. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2001-02) Came off the bench in 16 games. Career Highs FGM -- 2... on 5 occasions FGA -- 5... on 2 occasion 3FGM -- 2... on 2 occasions 3FGA -- 5... vs. Gannon (12/1/02) 3FG% -- 1.000 (2-2)... on 2 occasions FTM -- 4... at Tusculum (1/31/01) FTA -- 6... vs. UWF (2/16/02) FT% -- 1.000 (4-4) at Tusculum (1/31/01) Points -- 6... on 4 occasions Reb -- 2... on 4 occasions Asts -- 4... vs. Converse (1/15/03) Blks -- none Stls -- 2... on 6 occasions Min -- 19... vs. Converse (1/15/03) and at Carson-Newman (11/23/02)

Athletic Honors (High School) All-SEKC All-51st District All 13th region Ranked 6th in 13th Region in scoring

FRESHMAN SEASON (2000-01) Led the team in field goal percentage with 63.6 percent... Saw limited playing time behind All-Conference player Karra Jackson. QUICK FACTS Morgane has literally grown up on the LMU sideline, which gives her a unique knowledge of the LMU system.... Played her prep career for former LMU standout Debbie Green at Middlesboro High School... Scored 749 career points at MHS... Averaged 9 ppg while shooting 45% from the floor and 78% from the line her senior season... During her 4 years at MHS, team compiled a 71-45 record including 3 district and 1 region championship.

Coach Vannoy on Morgane: Although ranking 10th in minutes played per game, Morgane was such a spark to the team that they voted her Best Defensive Player. Even though playing with a separated shoulder, she played a key role in the team’s post-season success. This outstanding experience combined with her outstanding knowledge of our system should really prove an asset to this year’s team.”

Academic Honors LMU Dean’s List F2001, S2002, S2003 GSC Honor Roll W2001-02, W 2002-03

LMU Statistics Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 12 16 28 56

GS 0 0 5 5

Min 76 58 276 410

FG 7 2 8 17

FGA 11 6 52 69

Pct .636 .333 .154 .246

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG 4 1 8 13

FGA 7 3 42 52

Pct .571 .333 .190 .250

FT 12 9 9 30 9

FTA 19 22 22 63

Pct .632 .409 .409 .476

Off 3 1 6 10

Def 2 5 11 18

Tot 5 6 17 28

Avg 0.4 0.4 0.6 0.5

A 6 4 17 27

TO 11 6 21 38

Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 7 4 18 29

Pts 30 14 33 77

Avg 2.5 0.9 1.2 1.4

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STACEY CHILDS #44 6-1 * Junior * Forward/Center * Greentown, Ind. * Eastern HS SOPHOMORE SEASON (2002-03)

Played in 26 games... Was among the leaders in field goal percentage, shooting 60 percent from the field... Had a breakout performance at the Maryville College game. FRESHMAN SEASON (2001-02)

Played in 13 games... Led the team in free throw percentage with 87.5 percent... QUICK FACTS

Career Highs FGM -- 3... at Maryville (12/12/02) FGA -- 3... at Maryville (12/12/02) and vs. KY State (11/20/01) FG% -- 1.000 (3-3)... at Maryville (12/12/02) FTM -- 4... at Maryville (12/12/02) and vs. VSU (01/14/02) FTA -- 6... at Maryville (12/12/02) FT% -- 1.000 (4-4) ... vs. VSU (01/14/02) Pts -- 10... at Maryville (12/12/02) Reb -- 5... at Maryville (12/12/02) Asts -- 1... on 6 occasions Blks -- 3... at Maryville (12/12/02) Stls -- 1... vs. MUW (01/21/02) Min -- 12... on 5 occasions

One of two players on this year’s team whose sister also played for LMU.... Stacey’s sister, Jennifer, was a four year starter for LMU from 1999-2003 and is currently the graduate assistant... Set new single-game rebounding record at Eastern H.S. with 18 rebounds... Averaged 10.9 points and 6 rebounds her senior season... Had 57 steals from the center position that season... Also was a volleyball standout at Eastern... Named to the Kokomo Tribune All-Area Team, First Team All-Mid-Indiana Conference (both in basketball and volleyball), First Team All-Howard County and Team MVP in the 1999-2000 season.

Coach Vannoy on Stacey:

“Stacey is another player who showed sparks of real improvement last year. She has the ability to become a defensive force with her Athletic Honors size and quickness. Her shot selection has also improved as is (High School) evident by her shooting 60 percent from the field last year. If she can Kokomo Tribune All-Area Team, 2000 All-Mid-Indiana Conference First Team - be more consistent, look for Stacey to play a key role for this team.” (basketball and volleyball), 2000 First Team All-Howard County, 2000 Team MVP, 2000

LMU Statistics Year 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 13 26 39

GS 1 0 1

Min 58 147 205

FG 4 9 13

FGA 12 15 27

Pct .333 .600 .481

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG 0 0 0

FGA 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 7 4 11

10

FTA 8 8 16

Pct .875 .500 .688

Off 3 6 9

Def 7 19 26

Tot 10 25 35

Avg 0.8 1.0 0.9

A 0 6 6

TO 4 12 16

Blk 5 8 13

Stl 1 5 6

Pts 15 22 37

Avg 1.2 0.8 0.9

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MAREME KONATE #30 6-0 * Junior * Forward * Dakar, Senegal * Kennesaw State SOPHOMORE SEASON (2001-02) Shot 40 percent from three-point range.... Saw limited playing time.... Had to play at the post position for the first time in her career. FRESHMAN SEASON (2000-01) Set new Peach Belt record for assists in a game against Columbus State.... Her career high 24 points against Augusta State was from 8-14 shooting and six three pointers.... Had a six game streak where she averaged 15.6 points per game. Career Highs (KSU) Points -- 24 vs. Augusta St. (1-9-02) Rebounds -- 7 vs. USC-Aiken (12-14-02) and vs. Armstrong Atl. (2-28-02) Assists -- 14 vs. Columbus St. (2-20-02) Steals -- 4 at Lander (1-30-02)

QUICK FACTS Mareme is the fifth foreign player in LMU women’s basketball history and the first from Africa...

Coach Vannoy on Mareme: “An exciting new addition to this year’s team is this transfer from Kennesaw State. Mareme is an excellent passer and has a wealth of athletic ability. Although she can be effective at almost every position on the floor, she will be asked to concentrate on the small forward position. As soon as she becomes familiar with the system here, look for Mareme to become an impact player.”

KSU Statistics Year 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 27 11 38

GS 27 0 27

Min N/A 149 N/A

FG 83 11 94

FGA 227 30 257

Pct .366 .367 .366

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG 35 6 41

FGA 116 15 131

Pct .302 .400 .313

FT 38 5 43

11

FTA 59 11 70

Pct .644 .455 .614

Off 26 7 33

Def 71 25 96

Tot 97 32 129

Avg 3.6 2.9 3.4

A 85 15 100

TO 85 19 104

Blk 7 0 7

Stl 42 5 47

Pts 239 33 272

Avg 8.9 3.0 7.2

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OLIVIA REYNOLDS #4 5-11 * Junior * Center * Friendsville, Tenn. * William Blount HS SOPHOMORE SEASON (2002-03)

Played in 30 games, averaging 12 minutes a game... shot 72 percent from the free throw line... Amongst the team leaders in steals. FRESHMAN SEASON (2001-02)

Returned to basketball after a year’s absence and played in 24 games... HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS

Career Highs FGM -- 4... on 5 occasions FGA -- 8... on 3 occasions FG% -- 1.000 (4-4)... vs. UCA (3/8/03) FTM -- 4... on 2 occasions FTA -- 8... vs. KY State (11/20/01) FT% -- 1.000 (4-4)... at BSC (12/31/02) Pts -- 12... vs. UWA (1/27/03) Reb -- 10... vs. MUW (1/21/02) Asts -- 3... vs. MUW (2/17/03) Blks -- 1... on 2 occasions Stls -- 4... at Bluefield St. (12/31/02) Min -- 30... at KY State (11/26/02)

Athletic Honors (High School) All-District, 1999, 2000 All-Blount County, 1999, 2000 Lady Gov Basketball MVP, 2000 YBOA National Tournament MVP, 1999

Was a member of the University of Kentucky Track Team in 200001, where she threw shot-put. and hammer... 2000 Tennessee Class AAA Champion in shot-put (beating out future Lady Vol Courtney McDaniel in the process) and runner-up in 1999... Played her prep basketball with the sister of former LMU standout April Hutsell... Was All-District and Maryville Daily Times All-Blount County her junior and senior years... Team MVP for the Lady Govs her senior season... YBOA 18-and-under National Tournament MVP in 1999

Coach Vannoy on Olivia: “Olivia ranked seventh on the team in minutes played last year. She improved to be one of the team’s better post defenders while still managing to total over 100 points and 77 rebounds. She gives great effort and comes to play every day but what impresses me most about Olivia is the amount of extra time she spends working on her game.”

Academic Honors GSC Honor Roll W2001-02, W 2002-03

LMU Statistics Year 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 24 30 54

GS 0 0 0

Min 109 360 469

FG 13 42 55

FGA 31 107 138

Pct .419 .393 .399

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG 0 0 0

FGA 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 13 23 36

12

FTA 24 32 56

Pct .542 .719 .643

Off 15 42 57

Def 19 35 54

Tot 34 77 111

Avg 1.4 2.6 2.1

A 3 17 20

TO 11 29 40

Blk 1 2 3

Stl 2 22 24

Pts 39 107 146

Avg 1.6 3.6 2.7

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KARMELLA WYNNE #3 6-0 * Junior * Center * Beckley, WV * Woodrow Wilson HS SOPHOMORE SEASON (2001-02)

Second on the team in scoring (11.0 ppg) and rebounding (6.4 rpg).... Based on amount of playing time, Karmella led the team in field goal percentage (49%) and was second in free throw percentage (76.8%)... Started in 29 out of 30 games.... Named GSC Eastern Division Player of the Week for the week ending December 11. FRESHMAN SEASON (2000-01)

Played in all 27 games, shooting 42 percent from the field and 64.4 percent from the charity stripe...

Career Highs

FGM -- 10... vs. MUW (1/21/02) FGA -- 13... vs. UNA (1/23/03) FG% -- .833 (10-12) vs. MUW (1/21/02) HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS 3FGM -- 1... on 2 occasions Helped lead Woodrow Wilson to the state tournament and averaged 3FGA -- 1... on 7 occasions 13.2 ppg her senior season... Scored over 1,000 points her last 3FG% -- 1.000 (1-1) on 2 occasions three prep seasons... Was named All-Conference her last three FTM -- 9... vs. VSU (2/10/03) prep seasons and MVP of the WV State YBOA Championship team and at KY State (11/26/02) FTA -- 12... vs. VSU (2/10/03) in 1998... First Lady Railsplitter from the state of West Virginia. FT% -- 1.000 (5-5) at Montevallo (2/8/03) and at UWF (1/19/02) Coach Vannoy on Karmella: Pts -- 21... vs. MUW (1/21/02) “A returning starter, Karmella also returns as the team’s second Reb -- 15... vs. UCA (3/8/03) Asts -- 4... on 2 occasions leading scorer and rebounder. She also recorded signifcant Blks -- 2... on 2 occasions improvement in her shooting percentage from both the floor and the Stls -- 4... at Tusculum (12/15/02) free throw line. Selected GSC Player of the Week for her play last Min -- 34... vs. UWG (1/3/03)

year, look for ‘Mella to make a strong bid for All-GSC honors this year.”

Athletic Honors GSC East Player of the Week, -- week ending 12/11/02 (High School) All-Conference, 1998, 1999 and 2000 WV YBOA Championship Team MVP, 1998

LMU Statistics Year 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 27 30 57

GS 3 29 32

Min 477 734 1211

FG 68 121 189

FGA 162 247 409

Pct .420 .490 .462

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG 0 2 2

FGA 0 7 7

Pct .000 .286 .286

FT 38 86 124

13

FTA 59 112 171

Pct .644 .768 .725

Off 45 67 112

Def 78 126 204

Tot 123 193 316

Avg 4.6 6.4 5.5

A 31 39 70

TO 66 85 151

Blk 8 10 18

Stl 14 19 33

Pts 174 330 504

Avg 6.4 11.0 8.8

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STEPHANIE CLINTON #00 5-8 * Sophomore * Guard * Knoxville, Tenn. * Carter HS FRESHMAN SEASON (2002-03)

Led team in free throw percentage, hitting 88 percent of her shots.... Had a breakout performance in the game at Kentucky State, scoring 24 points on 8-12 shooting from the field and 6-6 shooting from the free throw line. QUICK FACTS

Named to the Knoxville News-Sentinel All-KIL (Knoxville Interscholastic League) team and KIL-Player of the Year her senior season.... Also named First Team All-State by the Tennessee Career Highs Sportswriters Association.... Led the Lady Hornets to 21-9 record in FGM -- 8... at KY State (11/26/02) 2001-02 despite having to play almost every minute of her entire FGA -- 12... at KY State (11/26/02) FG% -- .667 (8-12)... at KY State (11/26/02) senior season due to injuries on her team.... Averaged 21 points 3FGM -- 2... on two occasions and seven rebounds per game during her senior season. 3FGA -- 5... at KY State (11/26/02) 3FG% -- 1.000 (2-2)... vs. MUW (2/17/03) FTM -- 6... at KY State (11/26/02) FTA -- 6... at KY State (11/26/02) FT% -- 1.000 (6-6)... at KY State (11/26/02) Pts -- 24... at KY State (11/26/02) Reb -- 5... on two occasions Asts -- 1... on six occasions Blks -- None Stls -- 1... on seven occasions Min -- 17... on two occasions

Coach Vannoy on Stephanie: “Stephanie was a solid reserve for us last year as a freshman. She can provide a solid scoring presence as well as a steadying force on the floor. Stephanie led last year’s team with an outstanding 88 percent from the free throw line. She has the ability to hit the outside shot as well as take the ball inside to finish the play. Will play primarily at small forward.”

Athletic Honors (High School) KIL Player of the Year, 2001-02 All-KIL Team, 2001-02 TSWA All-State First Team, 2001-02

LMU Statistics Year 2002-03 TOTAL

GP GS Min 29 0 253 29 0 253

FG FGA Pct 32 74 .432 32 74 .432

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG FGA Pct 5 20 .250 5 20 .250

FT FTA Pct 22 25 .880 22 25 .880

14

Off Def Tot Avg A 16 27 43 1.5 6 16 27 43 1.5 6

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 18 0 7 91 3.1 18 0 7 91 3.1

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KATIE DePERSIO #25 5-11 * Sophomore * Forward * Knoxville, Tenn. * Catholic HS FRESHMAN SEASON (2002-03)

Saw action in nine games as a walk-on.... shot 66.7 percent from the field. HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS

Averaged 11 points and 10 rebounds a game her senior season at Knox Catholic.... Ranked second in the Knoxville Interscholastic League in rebounding the same season.... Named All-KIL Third Team and All-Region in the 2001-02 season and also named to the 2000 AAU Junior Nationals All-Tournament Team.

Career Highs FGM -- 2... on two occasions FGA -- 4... vs. Converse (1/15/03) 3FGM -- None 3GFA -- 1... vs. Converse (1/15/03) FTM -- None FTA -- 2... at Maryville (12/12/02) Pts -- 4... on two occasions Reb -- 1... on five occasions Asts -- 1... on two occasions Blks -- None Stls -- 1... at Maryville (12/12/02) Min -- 9... vs. Converse (1/15/03)

Coach Vannoy on Katie: Hard work and dedication in the off season have really helped Katie to appear to be one of our most improved players this year. Countless hours in the weight room have begun to pay off in much improved strength. She has also worked hard on the court to improve her shooting range. Katie has a great “team first” attitude and is always willing to do anything she can to help the team.”

Athletic Honors (High School) All-KIL Third Team, 2001-02 All-Region, 2001-02 AAU Junior Nationals All-Tourna ment Team, 2000

Academic Honors GSC Honor Roll

LMU Statistics Year 2002-03 TOTAL

GP GS Min 9 0 32 9 0 32

FG FGA Pct 6 9 .667 6 9 .667

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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

FT FTA Pct 0 2 .000 0 2 .000

15

Off Def Tot Avg A 2 3 5 0.6 2 2 3 5 0.6 2

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 0 1 12 1.3 2 0 1 12 1.3

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LEAH MOORE #22 5-8 * Sophomore * Guard * Annville, Ky. * Jackson County HS FRESHMAN SEASON (2002-03)

Led the team and the Gulf South Conference in three-pointers made with 44.... Fifth on the team in scoring, averaging 7.1 ppg.... Started thirteen games at the two-guard spot.... Shared time at that position with Chasity Williams until the loss of Sarah Crook.... Shattered the school record for three-pointers by a freshman with her 44 treys, which also ranks her third for three-pointers in a season and ninth in career three-pointers made. HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS

Career Highs FGM -- 6... vs. West Florida (1/17/03) FGA -- 13... vs. Central Ark. (3/8/03) FG% -- .750 (6-8)... vs. UWF (1/17/03) 3FGM -- 4... vs. Converse (1/15/03) 3FGA -- 8... on two occasions 3FG% -- .750 (3-4)... at Maryville (12/12/02) FTM -- 4... on two occasions FTA -- 4... on three occasions FT% -- 1.000 (4-4) vs. Union (2/20/03) and at Ashland (11/30/02) Pts -- 17... vs. West Florida (1/17/03) Reb -- 4... on four occasions Asts -- 4... on two occasions Blks -- None Stls -- 2... on four occasions Min -- 41... vs. Central Ark. (3/8/03)

Athletic Honors GSC-East Player of the Week -- week of 1/21/2003 (High School) 13th Region Player of the Year, 2001-02 3rd Team KY AP All-State, 2001-02 All-13th Region All-49th District All-SEKC

Academic Honors LMU Dean’s List Fall 2002, Spring 2003 GSC Honor Roll Winter 2003

Helped lead the Lady Generals to back-to-back All “A” Classic championships in 2001 and 2002.... Scored over 1700 points during her prep career.... Shot 41 percent from the field, 43 percent from three-point range and 79 percent from the free-throw line for her high school career..... During her time at Jackson County, the Lady Generals had a 120-16 record... Her final prep appearance was in the state championship game in a loss to Sacred Heart.... Jackson County was ranked in the USA Today Top 25 all season during Leah’s junior season.... The Lady Generals only lost one regular-season game (to an out-of-state school -- Upperman, TN) and finished the season 34-2 after losing to Lexington Catholic in the Girl’s Sweet Sixteen Quarterfinals.... Used to an up-tempo style of play which was the “trademark” style of the Lady Generals during her time there.... Like her former JCHS teammate Candice Rose, Leah also played in one of the most lopsided games in Kentucky High School history as Jackson County defeated Oneida Baptist Institute in the 1999-2000 season opener by a 109-6 score.

Coach Vannoy on Leah: “Shooting right at 40 percent from three-point land, Leah not only led the team, but she led the entire Gulf South Conference last year as a freshman! Leah is one of three players who were named GSC Player of the Week last season. She also finished second on the team in free throw percentage at 85.7 percent. Whether starting or coming off the bench, she has the ability to light up the scoreboard.”

LMU Statistics Year 2002-03 TOTAL

GP GS Min 30 13 678 30 13 678

FG FGA Pct 70 181 .387 70 181 .387

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

3FG FGA Pct 44 112 .393 44 112 .393

FT FTA Pct 30 35 .857 30 35 .857

16

Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 16 40 56 1.9 35 38 0 19 214 7.1 16 40 56 1.9 35 38 0 19 214 7.1

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CANDICE ROSE #33 6-0 * Sophomore * Forward * McKee, Ky. * Jackson County HS FRESHMAN SEASON (2002-03)

Suffered an ACL injury during pre-season practice and missed season. HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS

Jackson County was ranked in the USA Today Top 25 all season during Candice’s senior season.... The Lady Generals only lost one regular-season game (to an out-of-state school -- Upperman, TN) and finished the season 34-2 after losing to Lexington Catholic in the Girl’s Sweet Sixteen Quarterfinals.... Used to an up-tempo style of play which was the “trademark” style of the Lady Generals during her time there.... Jackson County went 89-13 during Candice’s sophomore, junior and senior seasons (freshman season record unavailable).... Candice played in one of the most lopsided games in Kentucky High School history as Jackson County defeated Oneida Baptist Institute in the 1999-2000 season opener by a 1096 score.

Career Highs Not available

Athletic Honors (High School) All 13th Region All 49th District All-SEKC

Coach Vannoy on Candice: “Candice transferred in to us last year after sitting out from basketball her first year in college. She then suffered a pre-season ACL injury which cost her last season as well. Now, after this two year delay, Candice appears to be anxious to begin her college career. She is one of the tallest perimeter players to ever sign with the Lady Railsplitters. Now that she has regained her mobility, Candice will just need some playing time to get back into the swing of things and gain college experience.”

JCHS Statistics Career -- 937 Points

2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

237 Assists

17

592 Rebounds

200 Steals

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CHASITY WILLIAMS #5 5-3 * Sophomore * Guard * Evansville, Ind. * Evansville North HS FRESHMAN SEASON (2002-03)

Fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 7.5 ppg.... Second on the team in assists (59) and steals (42).... Started sixteen games, mostly at the two-guard spot. After the loss of Sarah Crook, Chasity started the last four games at the point... Third on the team in three point percentage.... Her 26 made threes tie her for second-place in three-pointers by a freshman with Celine Cloutier (1994-95) and places her thirteenth in three-pointers made in a season... Chasity is also sixteenth in career three-pointers made (26) and fifteenth in career three-point attempts with 82 attempts.... Became one of only four players on the team last year to score 20 points or more in a game with her 22 point performance at Tusculum.

Career Highs

FGM -- 7... at Tusculum (12/15/02) FGA -- 15... vs. Converse (1/15/03) FG% -- .714 (5-7) ... at Ashland (11/30/02) HIGH SCHOOL / QUICK FACTS 3FGM -- 3... vs. Converse (1/15/03) Four-year starter for the Huskies, averaging 14.2 points, 4.7 assists 3FGA -- 8... vs. Converse (1/15/03) 3FG% -- .667 (2-3)... vs. UAH (2/22/03) and 3.4 steals per game her senior season.... Averaged 13.9 points FTM -- 7... at Tusculum (12/15/02) and 5.6 assists per game for her career.... Chasity is the career FTA -- 9... at Tusculum (12/15/02) scoring leader at Evansville North with 1,196 career points... FT% -- 1.000 (4-4)... vs. UCA (3/8/03) Chasity was named All-Metro and All-Conference for three straight and vs. VSU (2/10/03) years.... She was also a 4 year starter for the Evansville North Pts -- 22... at Tusculum (12/15/02) Reb -- 5... at Tusculum (12/15/02) Softball team... Asts -- 8... vs. West Florida (1/17/03) Blks -- 1... on seven occasions Coach Vannoy on Chasity: Stls -- 4... vs. West Florida (1/17/03) “Chasity is one of the top athletes on the team. As a freshman, she Min -- 38... vs. Delta State (3/6/03)

Athletic Honors (High School) All-Metro 2001, 2002, 2003 All Conference 2001, 2002, 2003

shared time at the shooting guard spot and at the point. With the injury to Sarah Crook, Chasity was asked to lead the team into the playoffs from the point guard position. She not only led them into the GSC play-offs but also into the NCAA Tournament as well. Chasity is a very explosive player who should figure prominently in this team’s success.”

LMU Statistics Year 2002-03 TOTAL

GP GS Min 30 16 694 30 16 694

FG FGA Pct 77 225 .342 77 225 .342

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3FG FGA Pct 26 82 .317 26 82 .317

FT FTA Pct 46 68 .676 46 68 .676

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Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 16 33 49 1.6 59 84 7 42 226 7.5 16 33 49 1.6 59 84 7 42 226 7.5

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MADELINE RICHARDS #11 5-7 * Freshman * Guard * Floyds Knobs, Ind. * Floyd Central HS HIGH SCHOOL (1999-03) Played in every sport that Floyd Central offered at one time or another... “Specialized” in three sports - soccer (fullback position), softball (second base and outfield) and basketball (small forward and guard).... Named All-Hoosier Hills Conference her junior and senior seasons.... Hit 47 three-pointers her sophomore season and 57 this past year.... Was forced to assume the point position after the starting point guard went out with a knee injury.... Led the team to a 16-6 record last season before losing to Jeffersonville in the sectionals.... One of the top scorers in the state of Indiana last Athletic Honors All-Hoosier Hills Conf. 2001-02, 2002-03 season.... Her last three seasons at FCHS the Lady Highlanders posted a 45-22 record. Hoosier Basketball All-State -2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03 Louisville Courier-Journal Indiana All-State Team 2002-03 School record for three-pointers in a season and in a single game

Academic Honors Nat. Society of HS Scholars National Honor Society Who’s Who (High School)

QUICK FACTS Maddie has been featured in several publications, both in Indiana and nationally.... Athletics runs in her family -- her dad won a bronze medal in the Police and Fire World Games “Toughest Competitor Alive” division and her mother has taught P.E. at the elementary school level.

Coach Vannoy on Madeline: “One of the most exciting freshman guards to come into our program is Maddie Richards. While most freshmen have one area of glaring weakness, Maddie comes in pretty solid in all phases of the game. She just needs the obvious thing - experience at this level - to become an outstanding player. Look for her to challenge for immediate playing time at the shooting guard position.”

FCHS Statistics Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP 16 24 21 22 83

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

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

FG 13 95 104 152 364

FGA 44 225 213 303 785

Pct .295 .422 .488 .502 .464

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3FG 6 47 43 57 153

FGA 25 112 107 130 374

Pct .240 .420 .402 .438 .409

FT 4 46 56 66 172 19

FTA 7 67 64 78 216

Pct .571 .687 .875 .846 .796

Off -----------

Def -----------

Tot 21 82 78 97 278

Avg 1.3 3.4 3.7 4.4 3.3

A 12 45 43 77 177

TO -----------

Blk -----------

Stl 4 17 18 50 89

Pts Avg 36 2.3 283 11.8 307 14.6 428 19.5 1054 12.7

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JAMIE JACKSON #32 6-1 * Senior * Forward * Gallatin, Tenn. * Gallatin HS QUICK FACTS / HIGH SCHOOL (1999-03)

Scored 414 points and pulled down 280 rebounds last season for the Lady Green Waves.... Had 21 double doubles in 28 games.... Averaged 16.5 points and 10 boards a game.... During her career Jamie earned such honors as All-District, All County and AllTournament... Scored 1,032 points and grabbed 536 rebounds during her career at Gallatin High School.... Also voted best offensive player by her teammates three times.

Coach Vannoy on Jamie:

Athletic Honors

“Jamie is another outstanding young player who averaged a doubledouble (scoring and rebounding) last year as a high school senior. She has a nice shooting touch with good range and is also very strong on the boards. Her transition to the college game should be assisted by the fact that she played in one of the top high school districts in the State of Tennessee.”

HIGH SCHOOL 2-Time All-County Team District 9-AAA All-District Team District 9-AAA All-Tournament Team 2003 East-West TN All-Star Team Region 5 All-Tournament Team

GHS Statistics 2002-03 21 Double-doubles in 28 games. Averaged 16.5 points and 10 rebounds per game. Averaged 4 blocked shots and three steals per game

Career Points: 1,032 Rebounds: 536 52% FT Senior Season 414 Points 280 Rebounds 55.4 FG% 5 bpg

2003-04 PRESEASON GSC POLL AND PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE EAST Team Lincoln Memorial Valdosta State West Georgia Alabama-Huntsville West Alabama West Florida North Alabama Montevallo

1st 4 4 -------------------

2nd 3rd 3 ---2 ---1 3 ---- 1 1 1 ---- 2 1 1 ---- ----

WEST Team 1st 2nd 3rd Central Arkansas* 5 2 1 Henderson State 2 3 3 Arkansas Tech ---- 2 4 Christian Brothers 2 ---- ---Delta State ---- 2 1 Harding ---- ---- ---Arkansas-Monticello ---- ---- ---Ouachita Baptist ---- ---- ---Southern Arkansas ---- ---- ---* - Picked to win GSC Title

4th 5th 6th 7th ---- ---- ---- ------- 1 ---- ---2 1 ---- ---3 2 1 ---1 1 3 ---1 2 2 ---1 1 2 1 ---- ---- ---- 7

4th ------2 1 3 1 1 1 ----

5th ---------4 ---3 ---1 1

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6th ---------1 ---2 3 2 1

7th ------------2 1 4 1 1

Total 46 43 32 25 24 24 23 7

POS F F C G G

8th Total ---- 60 ---- 55 ---- 48 ---- 40 ---- 39 1 26 ---- 22 3 20 5 14 20

East Division Preseason All-Conference NAME SCHOOL HT YR HOMETOWN $Hillary Ross LMU 6-1 Sr Somerset, KY #Courtney Parker VSU 6-1 Jr Valdosta, GA Candice Everett VSU 5-11 So Hinesville, GA #Tausha Evans UWA 5-3 Jr Philadelphia, MS Quamesha McDowell UWG 5-10 Sr Cleveland, OH

West Division Preseason All-Conference POS NAME SCHOOL HT YR HOMETOWN G $Carone Harris UCA 5-7 Jr Bradley, AR G $Bekka Middleton UCA 5-11 Sr Bryant, AR G $Genai Walker UCA 6-2 Sr England, AR F #Crystal Howard CBU 5-10 Sr Memphis, TN F Satoya Spates HSU 6-0 Sr Malone, FL $ --- 2002-03 First Team All-GSC # --- 2002-03 Second Team All-GSC LMU players listed in GSC Top Newcomers list POS NAME SCHOOL HT YR HOMETOWN F Mareme Konate LMU 5-11 Jr Dakar, Senegal G Madeline Richards LMU 5-7 Fr Floyds Knobs, IN www.lmunet.edu/athletics


2003-2004 LADY RAILSPLITTER OPPONENTS UAH Lady Chargers (17-10, 11-5 Gulf South Conference) Location ............................... Huntsville, AL School Colors ............... Royal Blue and White Arena ....................... Spragins Hall (2,000) Series Record .................... LMU leads 21-8

Jan. 24 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 21 • Huntsville, AL

Head Coach ............................. Jeff Keller UAH Record (Yrs.) ........... First Year Career Record (Yrs.) ......... First Year uahchargers.com

Benedict Tigerettes (17-10, 8-6 SIAC) Location ............................... Columbia, SC School Colors ................... Purple and Gold Arena .......................... HR Centerl (3,500) Series Record ....................... First Meeting

Nov. 15 • Harrogate, TN Head Coach ........................... Maurice Bailey BC Record (Yrs.) ............. First Year Career Record (Yrs.) ......... First Year www.benedict.edu/athletics.html

Bluefield State Lady Blues (2-26, WVIAC) Location ............................... Bluefield, WV School Colors ...................... Blue and Gold Arena ..................... Ned Shott Gym (1,500) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 8-5

www.bluefield.wvnet.edu

www.cn.edu

www.concordmountainlions.com

www.converse.edu

www.fightingfalcons.com

www.fvsu.edu

www.montevallo.edu/athletics/

www.morris.edu

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Head Coach .......................... Laura Timmons USCS Record (Yrs.) ........... 19-36 (2) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 49-57 (4) www.uscs.edu/~athletics

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SID Contact ................... Charles E. Mooney Office ....................... (404) 739-1625 Fax ........................................ N/A E-Mail ......... cemooney@bellsouth.net

Jan. 26 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 23 • Florence, AL

Head Coach ............................. Flora Willie UNA Record (Yrs.) ............. 16-12 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) .......... 16-12 (1)

USC-Spartanburg Lady Rifles (13-15, 7-12 PBAC) Location ............................. Spartanburg, SC School Colors ........... Green, White and Black Arena .......... G. B. Hodge Center Gym (1,535) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 6-3

SID Contact ........................... Alfred Kojima Office ....................... (205) 665-6606 Fax ........................... (206) 665-6586 E-Mail .......... kojimaa@montevallo.edu

Nov. 28 • Columbia, SC Head Coach ............................ Gilbert Wilson MBC Record (Yrs.) ................... N/A Career Record (Yrs.) ................ N/A

UNA Lady Lions (16-12, 11-5 Gulf South Conference) Location ............................... Florence, AL School Colors ................... Purple and Gold Arena ......................... Flowers Hall (3,500) Series Record ................... UNA leads 14-8

SID Contact .......................... Russell Boone Office ....................... (478) 825-6209 Fax ........................... (478) 825-6889 E-Mail ................. booner@fvsu.edu

Jan. 12 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 14 • Montevallo, AL

Head Coach ............................. Lou DiFeo UM Record (Yrs.) ............ First Year Career Record (Yrs.) .......... First Year

Morris Lady Hornets (6-20, 4-6 EIAC) Location ................................ Sumter, SC School Colors ............ Royal Blue and Gold Arena .............. Garrick Boykin Center (1,700) Series Record ....................... First Meeting

SID Contact ........................... Jim Brinkman Office ....................... (304) 367-4264 Fax ........................... (304) 367-0202 E-Mail ....... jbrinkman@mail.fscwv.edu

Dec. 13 • Fort Valley, GA

Head Coach ........................... Lonnie Bartley FVSU Record (Yrs.) ........ 407-147 (19) Career Record (Yrs.) ......407-147 (19)

Montevallo Lady Falcons (9-17, 4-12 Gulf South Conference) Location .............................. Montevallo, AL School Colors ................... Purple and Gold Arena .......................... Myrick Hall (1,500) Series Record .................... Series tied 7-7

SID Contact ..................................... N/A Office ....................... (864) 577-2062 Fax ........................... (864) 577-2054 E-Mail .................................... N/A

Nov. 21 • Athens, WV

Head Coach ........................ Steve McDonald FSC Record (Yrs.) ............ 48-35 (3) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 48-35 (3)

Fort Valley State Lady Wildcats (27-4, 12-2 SIAC) Location ........................... Fort Valley, GA School Colors ......... Royal Blue and Old Gold Arena ........ George N. Woodward Gym (1,345) Series Record ...................... First Meeting

SID Contact ............................ Ernie Horn Office ....................... (304) 384-5331 Fax ........................... (304) 384-5117 E-Mail ............... ehorn@concord.edu

Dec. 15 • Spartanburg, SC

Head Coach .............................. Beth Coil CC Record (Yrs.) ............... 2-24 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) ........... 2-24 (1)

Fairmont State Lady Falcons (21-8, 11-7 WVIAC) Location ............................... Fairmont, WV School Colors ................ Maroon and White Arena .................... Joe Retton Arena (4,000) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 3-0

SID Contact .......................... Marlin Curnutt Office ....................... (865) 471-3477 Fax ........................... (865) 471-3514 E-Mail .................. mcurnutt@cn.edu

Nov. 22 • Athens, WV / Dec. 4 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ......................... Kenny Osborne CC Record (Yrs.) .............. 32-51 (3) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 44-66 (4)

Converse All-Stars (2-24, NCAA Div. II Independent) Location ............................ Spartanburg, SC School Colors ................... Purple and Gold Arena ....................... Rose Complex (N/A) Series Record ...................... LMU leads 5-0

SID Contact ..................................... N/A Office ....................... (304) 327-4208 Fax ........................... (304) 325-7747 E-Mail ..................................... N/A

Dec. 2 • Jefferson City, TN / Dec. 20 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ............................. Dean Walsh CNC Record (Yrs.) ............ 28-27 (2) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 155-69 (9)

Concord Lady Lions (13-15, 11-7 WVIAC) Location ............................... Athens, WV School Colors ................. Maroon and Gray Arena ....................... Carter Center (2,000) Series Record .................... LMU leads 4-0

SID Contact ....................... Derrick Johnson Office ....................... (803) 773-7421 Fax ........................... (803) 773-7423 E-Mail ..................................... N/A

Dec. 17 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ............................. Gary Brown BSC Record (Yrs.) .............. 8-47 (2) Career Record (Yrs.) ........... 8-47 (2)

Carson-Newman Lady Eagles (16-13, 9-5 SAC) Location ........................ Jefferson City, TN School Colors .................. Orange and Blue Arena ....................... Holt Fieldhouse (2,000) Series Record .................. LMU leads 32-31

SID Contact ............................ Antoine Bell Office ....................... (256) 864-6008 Fax ........................... (256) 824-6947 E-Mail ............... bella@email.uah.edu

SID Contact ............................ Jeff Hodges Office ....................... (256) 765-4595 Fax ........................... (256) 765-4659 E-Mail ...... sportsinformation@una.edu

Jan. 5 • Spartanburg, SC SID Contact ............................ Bill English Office ....................... (864) 503-5129 Fax ........................... (864) 503-5127 E-Mail ............. benglish@gw.uscs.edu

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2003-2004 LADY RAILSPLITTER OPPONENTS Tusculum Lady Pioneers (15-13, 7-7 SAC) Location .............................. Greeneville, TN School Colors ................. Orange and Black Arena ........................ Alpine Arena (2,000) Series Record ................... LMU leads 30-11

Nov. 18 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ....................... Suzanne McBride TC Record (Yrs.) .............. 32-49 (3) Career Record (Yrs.) ....... 106-186 (11) www.tusculum.edu/athletics

VSU Lady Blazers (15-11, 10-6 Gulf South Conference) Location ............................... Valdosta, GA School Colors ..................... Red and Black Arena ....................... The Complex (5,350) Series Record .................... LMU leads 11-9

SID Contact ............................ Matt Horne Office ....................... (423) 636-7494 Fax ........................... (423) 636-7370 E-Mail ............ mhorne@tusculum.edu

Jan. 19 • Valdosta, GA / Feb. 9 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach .............................. Kiley Hill VSU Record (Yrs.) ............ 40-39 (3) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 55-51 (4) www.valdosta.edu/athletics

SID Contact .......................... Steve Roberts Office ....................... (229) 333-5903 Fax ........................... (229) 333-5972 E-Mail ............ sroberts@valdosta.edu

Voorhees Lady Tigers (6-18, 4-5 EIAC) Location ............................... Denmark, SC School Colors .................... Blue and White Arena ........ Leonard E. Dawson H.R.C. (2,400) Series Record ...................... First meeting

Nov. 29 • Columbia, SC Head Coach ........................... Edward Glover VC Record (Yrs.) ..................... N/A Career Record (Yrs.) ................ N/A www.voorhees.edu/athletic.htm

UWA Lady Tigers (11-15, 5-11 Gulf South Conference) Location ............................... Livingston, AL School Colors ............... Red, White and Black Arena ............................ Pruitt Hall (1,500) Series Record .................... Series Tied 9-9

Jan. 10 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 16 • Livingston, AL

Head Coach .......................... Amanda Marks UWA Record (Yrs.) ........... 33-21 (2) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 33-21 (2) uahchargers.com

UWF Lady Argos (11-15, 8-8 Gulf South Conference) Location ............................... Pensacola, FL School Colors ...... Royal Blue and Kelly Green Arena .................... UWF Field House (2,380) Series Record ..................... Series tied 9-9

SID Contact .......................... Jason Hughes Office ....................... (205) 652-3596 Fax ........................... (205) 652-3600 E-Mail ................. jhughes@uwa.edu

Jan. 17 • Pensacola, FL / Feb. 7 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ........................ Shannan Bergen UWF Record (Yrs.) ........... 57-50 (4) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 57-50 (4) www.uwf.edu/athletics/

UWG Lady Braves (15-11, 9-7 Gulf South Conference) Location ............................... Carrollton, GA School Colors ...................... Blue and Red Arena ....................... HPE Building (2,800) Series Record .................... LMU leads 15-7

SID Contact ..................................... N/A Office ....................... (803) 703-7143 Fax ......................... (803) 793-3929 E-Mail ..................................... N/A

SID Contact .................... Cara Lynn Teague Office ....................... (850) 474-2428 Fax ........................... (850) 474-3342 E-Mail ................. cteague@uwf.edu

Jan. 31 • Carrollton, GA / Feb. 28 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ............................. Craig Roden UWG Record (Yrs.) ........... 85-98 (7) Career Record (Yrs.) ....... 173-181 (13) uwgbraves.com

SID Contact ............................ Mitch Gray Office ....................... (770) 836-6542 Fax ........................... (770) 836-6543 E-Mail ............... mgray@westga.edu

2003-2004 LADY RAILSPLITTER TRAVEL ITINERARY (Overnight trips only) Concord Classic • Nov. 21-22 Depart Nov. 20. Return Nov. 22 after game. Days Inn • 346 Meadowfield Lane (I-77 Exit 9) Princeton, WV 24740 • (304) 425-8100

West Georgia • Jan. 31 Depart Jan. 30. Return after game. Holiday Inn Express • 104 S. Cottage Hill Rd. Carrollton, GA 30117 • (770) 838-0508

Benedict Classic • Nov. 28-29 Depart Nov. 27. Return Nov. 29 after game. Holiday Inn Northeast • 7510 Two Notch Road (I-20 Exit 74) Columbia, SC 29223 • (803)-736-3000 Fort Valley State • Dec. 13 Depart Dec. 12. Return Dec. 13 after game. Days Inn & Suites • 300 Commercial Heights (Hwy 341) Fort Valley, GA 31030 • (478) 825-3600

Montevallo • Feb. 14 / West Alabama • Feb. 16 Depart for Montevallo Feb. 13. Travel to Livingston Feb. 15. Return Feb. 16 after game. Montevallo (Calera) Best Western Suite Life • Highway 25 Calera, AL 35040 • (205) 668-0222 Livingston Comfort Inn • 141 Trucker Blvd. (I-20 Exit 17) Livingston, AL 35470 • (205) 652-4839

West Florida • Jan 17 / Valdosta State • Jan. 19 Depart for Pensacola Jan. 15. Travel to Valdosta Jan. 18. Return Jan. 19 after game. Pensacola LaQuinta Inn • 7750 North Davis Highway Pensacola, FL 32514-7557 • (850) 474-0411 Valdosta Super 8 Motel • 1825 West Hill Avenue (I-75 Exit 16) Valdosta, GA 31601 • (229) 249-8000

Alabama-Huntsville • Feb. 21 / North Alabama • Feb. 23 Depart for Huntsville Feb. 20. Travel to Florence Feb. 22 Return Feb. 23 after game. Huntsville Country Inn & Suites • 4880 University Drive Huntsville, AL 35816 • 1-800-523-8460 Florence Comfort Inn • 150 Etta Gray Drive Florence, AL 35630 • (256) 740-0710

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2002-03 SEASON REVIEW The Lady Railsplitter staff and squad entered the 2002-03 season with many unanswered questions. Graduation had claimed over one third of the team including all three perimeter starters. The biggest hit was the loss of four year starter and All-GSC performer Karra Jackson, who finished in the top five in career scoring and at the top of the career three-point and free throw categories. Another question was how the team would handle playing nine of their first ten games away from the friendly confines of the Turner Arena. Many of the questions were answered in the opening weekend at the Carson-Newman Lady Eagle Classic, where LMU scored impressive wins over 22nd-ranked Mars Hill (who finished the 2001-02 season in the Elite Eight) and ancient foe Carson-Newman. One of the big questions going into the season was the youth and inexperience of the team, which showed as they dropped the next three games and took a 2-3 record into their only home contest before the Christmas break. The resulting 75-53 win over Carson-Newman was the beginning of a six game winning streak. The streak continued with an impressive win over defending GSC-East Champion West Alabama on their home floor and would include three other road wins over Maryville, Tusculum and Bluefield State and a win over West Georgia at home. During this streak, the team showed the first signs of what was to come. This first streak was snapped on the road at North Alabama in early January. As the team entered the meat of the Gulf South Conference schedule, they put together two more streaks of 6 games and five games apiece to end the season with a 12-4 conference record and their second GSC Eastern Division Championship in three years. The 77-61 victory over West Alabama in the Turner Arena on January 27th was especially memorable because it was Coach Roger Vannoy’s 400th collegiate victory. The regular season ended with an impressive senior night win at home over Alabama-Huntsville which was marred by the loss of Sarah Crook for the season. The team refused to let adversity get in their way as they pulled out a close win at West Florida on three Hillary Ross free throws with no time on the clock to seal the GSC-East title. No one could have predicted the excitement that the team would create in their post-season run. In the opening round of the Gulf South Conference Tournament the Lady Railsplitters ended Delta State’s four-year run as GSC Champions with an overtime victory. That was followed with an overtime loss to eventual South Region champion and GSC runner-up Central Arkansas. Once again, the team overcame adversity as their play in the tournament helped pursuade the NCAA Championship committee to give the Lady Railsplitters their first-ever bid to the NCAA National Tournament. After a flight out to Russellville, Arkansas, the Lady Railsplitters had to face the top-seeded host team, Arkansas Tech, in the first round. Even though they led much of the game, Tech’s experience proved to be too much for LMU and they ended the season with a 21-9 record. A season that had begun with nothing but questions would end with nothing but highlights. Highlights of the 2002-03 season 1. A three-peat 20 win season, the first since 1991. 2. GSC Eastern Division Champions for the second time in three years. 3. Fourth consecutive GSC Tournament bid and the fifth out of the last six seasons. 4. School’s first NCAA National Tournament appearance. 5. Coach Vannoy’s 400th college victory. 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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2002-03 FINAL LADY RAILSPLITTER STATISTICS - OVERALL 21-9 Overall ## 32 03 50 14 22 20 31 04 00 10 44 24 33 41 TM

Player Hillary Ross Karmella Wynne Jennifer Childs Chasity Williams Leah Moore Sarah Crook Christy Wiseman Olivia Reynolds Stephanie Clinton Morgane Vannoy Stacey Childs Katie DePersio Jennifer Brannan Sarah Berry TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

GP 30 30 30 30 30 26 30 30 29 28 26 9 6 12

GS Min 30 865 29 734 30 901 16 694 13 678 26 776 1 301 0 360 0 253 5 276 0 147 0 32 0 25 0 33

Avg 28.8 24.5 30.0 23.1 22.6 29.8 10.0 12.0 8.7 9.9 5.7 3.6 4.2 2.8

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1st 965 799

10-1 Home

9-6 Road

----TOTAL----FG FGA Pct 127 267 .476 121 247 .490 88 188 .468 77 225 .342 70 181 .387 69 180 .383 52 133 .391 42 107 .393 32 74 .432 8 52 .154 9 15 .600 6 9 .667 2 7 .286 3 16 .188

-----3-PTS----3FG FGA Pct 0 2 .000 2 7 .286 12 56 .214 26 82 .317 44 112 .393 19 56 .339 6 21 .286 0 0 .000 5 20 .250 8 42 .190 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 0 7 .000

FT 104 86 72 46 30 56 18 23 22 9 4 0 5 2

706 1701 .415 648 1715 .378

122 408 .299 137 467 .293

477 651 .733 351 523 .671

2nd 1014 950

OT 32 35

FTA 139 112 95 68 35 74 29 32 25 22 8 2 8 2

Total 2011 1784

Pct .748 .768 .758 .676 .857 .757 .621 .719 .880 .409 .500 .000 .625 1.000

2-2 Neutral -----REBOUNDS--Off Def Tot Avg 124 228 352 11.7 67 126 193 6.4 49 93 142 4.7 16 33 49 1.6 16 40 56 1.9 10 73 83 3.2 16 63 79 2.6 42 35 77 2.6 16 27 43 1.5 6 11 17 0.6 6 19 25 1.0 2 3 5 0.6 3 2 5 0.8 5 6 11 0.9 38 64 102 3.4 416 823 1239 41.3 345 668 1013 33.8

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Lincoln Memorial Opponents

PF FO A TO Blk 72 2 48 80 47 69 2 39 85 10 87 2 42 79 18 70 3 59 84 7 22 0 35 38 0 34 0 120 84 1 42 1 15 52 3 45 0 17 29 2 19 0 6 18 0 22 0 17 21 0 34 0 6 12 8 3 0 2 2 0 3 0 3 3 0 6 0 3 4 0 0 10 528 10 412 601 96 551 - 416 568 70

OFF 81 71

Stl 38 19 46 42 19 37 25 22 7 18 5 1 2 0

Pts 358 330 260 226 214 213 128 107 91 33 22 12 9 8

Avg 11.9 11.0 8.7 7.5 7.1 8.2 4.3 3.6 3.1 1.2 0.8 1.3 1.5 0.7

281 2011 67.0 269 1784 59.5

DEF 3 1

TOTAL 84 72

2002-03 FINAL LADY RAILSPLITTER STATISTICS - CONFERENCE ONLY 12-4 Overall ## 03 32 20 50 14 22 31 04 00 10 44 24 41 33 TM

Player Karmella Wynne Hillary Ross Sarah Crook Jennifer Childs Chasity Williams Leah Moore Christy Wiseman Olivia Reynolds Stephanie Clinton Morgane Vannoy Stacey Childs Katie DePersio Sarah Berry Jennifer Brannan TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

SCORE BY PERIODS: Lincoln Memorial Opponents

GP 16 16 15 16 16 16 16 16 15 14 13 2 4 2

GS Min 15 391 16 473 15 471 16 468 10 385 7 351 1 172 0 199 0 123 0 106 0 48 0 3 0 6 0 4

16 16 1st 499 416

Avg 24.4 29.6 31.4 29.3 24.1 21.9 10.8 12.4 8.2 7.6 3.7 1.5 1.5 2.0

7-1 Home

5-3 Road

----TOTAL----FG FGA Pct 68 133 .511 62 147 .422 36 104 .346 39 83 .470 38 114 .333 36 91 .396 32 76 .421 22 55 .400 13 30 .433 6 19 .316 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 0 4 .000 0 0 .000

-----3-PTS----3FG FGA Pct 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 15 36 .417 7 28 .250 15 49 .306 20 49 .408 4 14 .286 0 0 .000 3 8 .375 6 15 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000

FT 48 60 41 30 20 12 9 13 11 0 0 0 0 0

354 861 .411 327 893 .366

71 72

244 333 .733 146 229 .638

2nd 524 456

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Total 1023 872

FTA 58 76 50 40 34 15 15 21 14 8 0 0 0 2

Pct .828 .789 .820 .750 .588 .800 .600 .619 .786 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0-0 Neutral -----REBOUNDS--Off Def Tot Avg 32 68 100 6.3 68 123 191 11.9 5 46 51 3.4 24 42 66 4.1 7 15 22 1.4 8 20 28 1.8 8 46 54 3.4 21 18 39 2.4 8 15 23 1.5 2 4 6 0.4 0 8 8 0.6 0 1 1 0.5 2 4 6 1.5 0 0 0 0.0 20 35 55 3.4 205 445 650 40.6 175 347 522 32.6

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PF FO A TO Blk 36 1 15 47 7 39 1 26 43 26 15 0 66 46 1 50 1 22 51 5 35 1 30 41 5 12 0 17 19 0 24 1 6 31 2 25 0 10 15 1 13 0 2 12 0 7 0 5 6 0 12 0 3 7 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 6 269 5 204 328 51 294 - 205 307 46 OFF 42 31

DEF 0 0

Stl 9 20 18 20 25 9 13 10 5 7 3 0 0 0

Pts 185 184 128 115 111 104 77 57 40 18 2 2 0 0

Avg 11.6 11.5 8.5 7.2 6.9 6.5 4.8 3.6 2.7 1.3 0.2 1.0 0.0 0.0

139 1023 63.9 142 872 54.5 TOTAL 42 31

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2002-03 FINAL LADY RAILSPLITTER RESULTS OVERALL ALL GAMES ...................................... 21-9 CONFERENCE .................................... 12-4 NON-CONFERENCE ............................ 9-5 DATE

TIME

OPPONENT

11/22/02

4:00 pm

! vs Mars Hill

11/23/02 11/26/02 11/30/02 12/01/02 12/03/02 12/07/02 12/12/02 12/15/02 12/31/02 01/03/03 01/07/03 01/11/03 01/13/03 01/15/03

6:00 7:00 3:15 1:00 6:00 5:30 7:00 1:00 3:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00

! at Carson-Newman at Kentucky State $ at Ashland University $ vs Gannon CARSON-NEWMAN * at West Alabama at Maryville College at Tusculum College at Bluefield State * WEST GEORGIA * at North Alabama * MONTEVALLO * at Valdosta State CONVERSE

W W W W W W

01/17/03 01/20/03

6:00 pm 7:00 pm

01/23/03 01/27/03 02/01/03 02/03/03 02/08/03 02/10/03 02/17/03 02/20/03 02/22/03 03/01/03 03/06/03 03/08/03 03/14/03

6:00 pm 6:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 4:30 pm 7:30 pm 12:00 pm 6:00 pm

pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm

HOME 10-1 7-1 3-0

AWAY 9-6 5-3 4-3

NEUTRAL 2-2 0-0 2-2

SCORE

ATT.

HIGH POINTS

HIGH REBOUNDS

W

65-56

150

(9)Hillary Ross

W

W

67-64 86-88 68-86 67-69 75-53 71-55 86-68 59-54 73-65 55-44 67-77 59-39 47-55 85-56

(13)Jennifer Childs (13)Sarah Crook (22)Jennifer Childs (24)Stephanie Clinton (14)Jennifer Childs (16)Hillary Ross (17)Jennifer Childs (20)Karmella Wynne (15)Hillary Ross (22)Chasity Williams (18)Hillary Ross (15)Karmella Wynne (20)Hillary Ross (10)Hillary Ross (12)Chasity Williams (15)Chasity Williams

* WEST FLORIDA * at Mississippi-Women

W W

64-45 81-59

* * * * * * *

W W W

NORTH ALABAMA WEST ALABAMA at Alabama-Huntsville at West Georgia at Montevallo VALDOSTA STATE MISSISSIPPI-WOMEN UNION COLLEGE * ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE * at West Florida ^ vs Delta State ^ vs Central Arkansas % at Arkansas Tech

W

64-48 77-61 66-52 58-61 W 61-59 52-57 W 80-66 W 74-55 W 66-41 W 55-53 (W) 54-51 79-83 50-64

(L) L L

L L

422 250 200 150 850 200 250 392 350 484 359 515 488 209 357 205

L L

(L) L

440 350 737 232 225 575 295 580 1532 225 1131 442 2045

(17)Leah Moore (14)Karmella Wynne (14)Leah Moore (18)Karmella Wynne (14)Karmella Wynne (15)Hillary Ross (13)Karmella Wynne (12)Sarah Crook (17)Karmella Wynne (16)Hillary Ross (16)Hillary Ross (13)Hillary Ross (17)Jennifer Childs (13)Hillary Ross (23)Hillary Ross (12)Karmella Wynne

(9)Hillary Ross (12)Karmella Wynne (9)Hillary Ross (15)Hillary Ross (19)Hillary Ross (14)Hillary Ross (12)Hillary Ross (8)Hillary Ross (14)Hillary Ross (14)Hillary Ross (14)Hillary Ross (15)Hillary Ross (15)Hillary Ross (7)Hillary Ross (7)Olivia Reynolds (9)Hillary Ross (10)Hillary Ross (15)Hillary Ross (11)Jennifer Childs (12)Hillary Ross (12)Hillary Ross (5)Karmella Wynne (14)Hillary Ross (9)Hillary Ross (13)Hillary Ross (16)Hillary Ross (13)Hillary Ross (10)Karmella Wynne (15)Karmella Wynne (14)Hillary Ross

Legend ! = Carson-Newman Lady Eagle Classic (Jefferson City, TN) $ = FirstMerit Classic (Ashland, OH) * = Gulf South Conference game ^ = Gulf South Conference Tournament (Tupelo, MS) % = NCAA South Regional (Russellville, AR)

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

GAMES 11 15 4 30

TOTALS 6187 6580 1873 14640

AVG/GAME 562 439 468 488

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2002-03 GSC INDIVIDUALSTATISTICS SCORING Pos. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Jessica Dunlap-MUW Carone Harris-UCA Stacy Stockton-SAU Tai Wilson-UWG LaKendra Hogg-UAH Bekka Middleton-UCA Tausha Evans-UWA Crystal Howard-CBU Lyndsey Hawkins-OBU TaKeela Ball-HSU

REBOUNDS Gms Pts 26 506 33 615 20 331 26 420 27 418 33 495 25 368 27 397 27 391 29 411

Avg 19.5 18.6 16.5 16.2 15.5 15.0 14.7 14.7 14.5 14.2

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Name 1. Erin Vierling-UWF 2. Jessica Dunlap-MUW 3. Dianca McGhee-HSU 4. Candice Ferrell-VSU 5. Emily Walker-ATU 6. Charitah Jarrett-UAH 7. Bekka Middleton-UCA. 8. Chanovia Rhodes-ATU 9. Genai Walker-UCA 10. Courtney Parker-VSU

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

Name Kayla Madewell-HSU Serena Hahn-UWF Tausha Evans-UWA Kelly Preston-SAU Shana Woodruff-UAM April Martin-UWG Carone Harris-UCA Chrystalle Duncan-UAH Crystal Allen-OBU LaKendra Hogg-UAH

Gms 30 26 25 26 24 26 33 26 26 27

3M 69 58 51 51 47 50 63 48 47 48

# Name 1. Leah Moore-LMU 2. Kelly Preston-SAU 3. Traci Graham-UCA 4. Tai Wilson-UWG 5. Carone Harris-UCA 6. Tiffany Phillips-HU 7. Lyndsey Hawkins-OBU 8. Chrystalle Duncan-UAH 9. Lindsey Schlosser-UAH 10. Veronica Lee-UWA

Avg 2.30 2.23 2.04 1.96 1.96 1.92 1.91 1.85 1.81 1.78

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Name Heather Lawrence-HU Hillary Ross-LMU Jessica Dunlap-MUW Genai Walker-UCA Shea Panter-UM Cara Melton-UM Bekka Middleton-UCA CaMeshia Pete-UWA Courtney Parker-VSU Shayla Canady-SAU

Gms Reb 27 112 30 124 26 104 33 120 25 88 26 84 33 103 26 78 27 78 26 73

Avg 12.4 11.7 10.6 10.6 9.2 9.0 8.1 8.1 7.9 7.8

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

Gm 3-FG Pct. 30 .393 (44-112) 26 .383 (51-133) 33 .379 (44-116) 26 .378 (37-98) 33 .375 (63-168) 26 .369 (31-84) 27 .367 (36-98) 26 .364 (48-132) 27 .361 (30-83) 26 .360 (27-75)

Name Cara Melton-UM CaMeshia Pete-UWA Hillary Ross-LMU Jessica Dunlap-MUW Shayla Canady-SAU Chanovia Rhodes-ATU Crystal Howard-CBU Natalie Garey-ATU Dianca McGhee-HSU Kayla Madewell-HSU

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

Name Heather Lawrence-HU Hillary Ross-LMU Cara Melton-UM Genai Walker-UCA Courtney Parker-VSU Chanovia Rhodes-ATU Wendy Young-UAM Crystal Howard-CBU Jessica Dunlap-MUW Bekka Middleton-UCA

Gms Ast 33 171 27 125 26 120 26 117 26 114 29 123 33 139 26 99 24 86 26 93

Avg 5.18 4.63 4.62 4.50 4.38 4.24 4.21 3.81 3.58 3.58

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Name Lyndsey Hawkins-OBU Amber Gean-DSU Shea Panter-UM Stacy Stockton-SAU Quamesha McDowell-UWG Emily Walker-ATU 7. Tiffany Phillips-HU 8. Tai Wilson-UWG 9. Margo Porter-UWA 10. Rachel Keeton-HSU

Gm FT Pct. 27 .872 (123-141) 26 .854 (88-103) 25 .853 (81-95) 20 .837 (72-86) 25 .827 (86-104) 33 .827 (86-104) 26 .805 (62-77) 26 .802 (89-111) 25 .792 (57-72) 30 .790 (64-81)

STEALS Gms Blk 26 90 26 51 30 47 26 39 26 34 33 32 27 23 33 28 29 24 30 24 25 20

Avg 3.46 1.96 1.57 1.50 1.31 0.97 0.85 0.85 0.83 0.80 0.80

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

Quamesha McDowell-UWG

Avg 8.22 7.60 7.35 6.97 6.07 5.97 5.74 5.67 5.19 4.97

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

Name Julie Anderson-HSU Janna Lyons-DSU Melanie Mallett-ATU Carone Harris-UCA Clenita Jones-UWF Ashley Wallis-ATU Sarah Crook-LMU Lyndsey Hawkins-OBU Katie Cunningham-UAH Tracy Denney-OBU

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Avg 4.15 4.13 4.00 3.64 3.52 3.23 3.12 3.00 2.89 2.81

Name Carone Harris-UCA Lyndsey Hawkins-OBU Sarah Crook-LMU Clenita Jones-UWF Randi Williams-MUW Julie Anderson-HSU Melanie Mallett-ATU Janna Lyons-DSU Kayla Pilgrim-UAM Kelly Barrett-UWF

# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

Quamesha McDowell-UWG

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

ASSISTS Gms Reb 27 334 30 352 33 350 26 275 26 239 27 242 23 187 33 267 33 261 27 211

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Gm FG Pct. 26 .592 (100-169) 26 .584 (208-356) 29 .575 (131-228) 27 .567 (123-217) 33 .535 (123-230) 27 .521 (114 219) 33 .506 (200-395) 33 .505 (150-297) 33 .504 (182-361) 27 .496 (112-226)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Heather Lawrence-HU Hillary Ross-LMU Genai Walker-UCA Cara Melton-UM Jessica Dunlap-MUW Courtney Parker-VSU Wendy Young-UAM Bekka Middleton-UCA Chanovia Rhodes-ATU Crystal Howard-CBU

Gms Reb 27 222 30 228 26 191 33 230 27 164 33 197 23 132 27 153 26 135 33 164

Name Carone Harris-UCA Tausha Evans-UWA Julie Anderson-HSU TaKeela Ball-HSU LaKendra Hogg-UAH Antoya Miller-UNA Melanie Mallett-ATU Kelly Barrett-UWF CaMeshia Pete-UWA

Gms Stl 33 155 25 84 29 77 29 76 27 66 28 68 33 79 26 59 26 56 25 53

Avg 4.70 3.36 2.66 2.62 2.44 2.43 2.39 2.27 2.15 2.12

ASSIST-TURNOVER RATIO Ast 123 99 139 171 117 93 120 125 83 84

TO 49 52 81 106 81 65 84 103 74 79

Ratio 2.51 1.90 1.72 1.61 1.44 1.43 1.43 1.21 1.12 1.06

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2002-03 GSC TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Central Arkansas Henderson State West Alabama Lincoln Memorial Ouachita Baptist North Alabama Harding Delta State West Georgia Southern Arkansas

SCORING DEFENSE

Gms Pts 33 2540 30 2220 26 1789 30 2011 27 1803 28 1827 27 1749 26 1670 27 1728 26 1655

Avg 77.0 74.0 68.8 67.0 66.8 65.2 64.8 64.2 64.0 63.7

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Name 1. Central Arkansas 2. Henderson State 3. Arkansas Tech 4. Valdosta State 5. Alabama-Huntsville 6. Delta State 7. Lincoln Memorial 8. Harding 9. Ouachita Baptist 10. Arkansas Monticello

Gm 33 30 33 27 27 26 30 27 27 24

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

Name Alabama-Huntsville Henderson State Central Arkansas West Alabama Harding Southern Arkansas Ouachita Baptist Arkansas Monticello Montevallo Lincoln Memorial

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

Name West Alabama Central Arkansas Southern Arkansas Lincoln Memorial Mississippi-Women Henderson State Montevallo North Alabama Valdosta State West Georgia

Gms 27 30 33 26 27 26 27 24 26 30

3M 166 179 192 141 146 136 140 122 125 122

# Name 1. Harding 2. Alabama-Huntsville 3. Central Arkansas 4. Ouachita Baptist 5. Arkansas Monticello 6. Arkansas Tech 7. West Alabama 8. Henderson State 9. Southern Arkansas 12. Lincoln Memorial

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

Name Montevallo West Alabama Lincoln Memorial West Georgia Ouachita Baptist Arkansas Tech Henderson State Southern Arkansas Arkansas Monticello Central Arkansas

Avg 17.00 15.64 14.58 13.87 13.77 13.63 13.54 13.11 12.74 12.67

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

Name Lincoln Memorial Central Arkansas Harding Arkansas Monticello Ouachita Baptist North Alabama Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville Arkansas Tech Valdosta State

Gm 33 24 27 27 26 30 28 33 27 26

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

Gm 3-FG Pct. 27 .345 (146-423) 27 .341 (166-487) 33 .338 (192-568) 27 .328 (140-427) 24 .319 (122-382) 33 .319 (90-282) 26 .318 (141-443) 30 .313 (179-571) 26 .311 (136-438) 30 .299 (122-408)

FG Pct. .343 (596-1736) .363 (485-1336) .370 (490-1326) .373 (581-1557) .375 (581-1551) .378 (648-1715) .383 (601-1569) .385 (705-1831) .392 (613-1565) .396 (598-1512)

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Gms 33 33 30 30 27 28 26 27 24 27

OFF 77.0 59.2 74.0 67.0 59.3 65.2 64.2 64.8 57.4 64.0

DEF 59.1 48.6 64.1 59.5 55.3 61.4 61.7 62.3 55.0 62.2

Mar. +17.9 +10.6 +9.9 +7.6 +4.0 +3.9 +2.6 +2.5 +2.5 +1.8

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Gm FT Pct. 27 .734 (379-516) 30 .733 (477-651) 33 .731 (463-633) 26 .724 (431-595) 26 .717 (342-477) 27 .714 (404-566) 26 .700 (438-626) 33 .695 (456-656) 28 .692 (400-578) 30 .680 (379-557)

STEALS Gms Blk 26 154 26 92 30 96 27 81 27 76 33 92 30 82 26 67 24 59 33 80

Avg 5.92 3.54 3.20 3.00 2.81 2.79 2.73 2.58 2.46 2.42

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

Name Henderson State Central Arkansas West Georgia Valdosta State West Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial West Florida North Alabama Delta State

Gms Reb 30 823 33 884 27 718 24 628 27 691 28 711 26 643 27 667 33 814 27 659

Avg 27.43 26.79 26.59 26.17 25.59 25.39 24.73 24.70 24.67 24.41

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

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

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

Name Central Arkansas Henderson State Alabama-Huntsville Mississippi-Women Valdosta State Lincoln Memorial West Florida Ouachita Baptist Arkansas Tech Montevallo

Gms Stl 30 432 33 417 27 301 27 290 26 273 27 267 30 281 26 243 28 250 26 222

Avg 14.40 12.64 11.15 10.74 10.50 9.89 9.37 9.35 8.93 8.54

ASSIST-TURNOVER RATIO

3-PT. FG PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Name 1. Arkansas Tech 2. Montevallo 3. Arkansas Monticello 4. Valdosta State 5. Central Arkansas 6. Lincoln Memorial 7. Alabama-Huntsville 8. Mississippi-Women 9. North Alabama 10. Henderson State

Name Central Arkansas Arkansas Tech Henderson State Lincoln Memorial Valdosta State North Alabama Delta State Harding Arkansas Monticello West Georgia

# Name 1. Ouachita Baptist 2. Lincoln Memorial 3. Arkansas Tech 4. Delta State 5. Montevallo 6. West Georgia 7. West Alabama 8. Central Arkansas 9. North Alabama 10. Henderson State

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Name 1. Arkansas Tech 2. Arkansas Monticello 3. Valdosta State 4. Harding 5. Montevallo 6. Lincoln Memorial 7. North Alabama 8. Central Arkansas 9. Alabama-Huntsville 10. West Florida

SCORING MARGIN Avg 48.6 55.0 55.3 59.1 59.5 61.4 61.7 62.0 62.2 62.3

BLOCKS

Avg 6.15 5.97 5.82 5.42 5.41 5.23 5.19 5.08 4.81 4.07

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Gms Reb 26 442 33 516 26 379 30 416 26 358 30 409 26 352 28 367 27 344 27 342

Gms Pts 33 1604 24 1319 27 1493 33 1949 30 1784 28 1718 26 1603 26 1612 27 1680 27 1681

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

FG Pct. .436 (946-2168) .436 (831-1908) .425 (700-1647) .424 (612-1443) .418 (595-1422) .417 (575-1380) .415 (706-1701) .411 (579-1410) .405 (642-1587) .397 (476-1199)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 14.

Name Arkansas Tech Arkansas Monticello Valdosta State Central Arkansas Lincoln Memorial North Alabama Delta State West Florida West Georgia Harding

Gm FG Pct. 33 .247 (103-417) 26 .267 (100-375) 24 .278 (87-313) 27 .281 (112-399) 33 .288 (129-448) 30 .293 (137-467) 27 .294 (133-452) 26 .295 (102-346) 28 .296 (121-409) 30 .300 (121-403)

Ast 546 496 436 359 333 344 431 352 409 412

TO 518 515 477 447 426 442 585 478 586 601

Ratio 1.05 0.96 0.91 0.80 0.78 0.78 0.74 0.74 0.70 0.69

Gms 33 30 27 26 27 30 26 27 33 26

Ast 546 496 431 409 374 412 352 359 436 339

Avf 16.55 16.53 15.96 15.73 13.85 13.73 13.54 13.30 13.21 13.04

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2002-03 GSC YEAR-IN-REVIEW 2002-03 GSC STANDINGS EAST Team Lincoln Memorial* North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Valdosta State West Georgia West Florida West Alabama Montevallo Mississippi Univ. for Women WEST Team Arkansas Tech* Central Arkansas Henderson State Delta State Harding Arkansas-Monticello Ouachita Baptist Southern Arkansas Christian Brothers

2003 GSC TOURNAMENT W 12 11 11 10 9 8 5 4 2

Conference L Pct. 4 .750 5 .688 5 .688 6 .625 7 .563 8 .500 11 .316 11 .267 14 .125

W 14 12 12 10 8 6 5 3 2

Conference L Pct. 2 .875 4 .750 4 .750 6 .625 8 .500 10 .375 11 .313 14 .176 14 .125

W 20 15 17 15 16 11 11 9 3

Overall L 7 11 9 11 11 15 15 17 23

Pct. .741 .577 .654 .577 .593 .423 .423 .346 .115

Strk W-4 L-1 W-1 W-1 L-1 L-2 W-2 W-1 L-5

W 24 23 19 18 17 13 13 8 5

Overall L 3 4 8 7 10 11 14 16 22

Pct. .889 .852 .704 .720 .730 .542 .481 .333 .185

Strk W-8 W-3 W-2 L-1 L-2 L-1 W-1 L-9 W-1

BancorpSouth Center -- Tupelo, MS Quarterfinals -- March 6, 2003 Game 1 - #2 Central Ark. 61, #3 Ala,-Huntsville 58 Game 2 - #2 North Ala. 69, #3 Henderson St. 60 Game 3 - #1 Arkansas Tech 60, #4 Valdosta St. 40 Game 4 - #1 Lincoln Memorial 54, #4 Delta St. 51(ot) Semifinals -- March 8, 2003 Game 5 - Central Ark. 83, Lincoln Memorial 79 (ot) Game 6 - Arkansas Tech 62, North Alabama 45 Finals -- March 9, 2003 Game 7 - Arkansas Tech 56, Central Arkansas 43

2003 GSC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Carone Harris, UCA Bekka Middleton, UCA Chanovia Rhodes, ATU Hillary Ross, LMU Emily Walker, ATU Genai Walker, UCA Ashley Wallis, ATU Most Outstanding Player - Carone Harris, ATU

2003 GSC TOURNAMENT STANDINGS FIRST TEAM Hillary Ross Amber Deline Jessica Dunlap Tai Wilson Cara Melton

SECOND TEAM Sarah Crook Kelly Barrett Tausha Evans LaKendra Hogg Courtney Parker Alana Sinyard

LMU UNA MUW UWG UM

Player of the Year -- Jessica Dunlap, MUW

LMU UWF UWA UAH VSU UNA

Freshman of the Year -- Veronica Lee, UWA

Arkansas Tech Central Arkansas Lincoln Memorial North Alabama UAH Delta State Henderson State Valdosta State

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

Coach of the Year -- Andy Blackston, UAH

2003 GSC TOURNAMENT BRACKET E1 Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial, 54-51 OT W4 Delta State Central Arkansas, 83-79 OT E3 Alabama-Huntsville Central Arkansas, 81-65 W2 Central Arkansas Arkansas Tech, 56-43 E2 North Alabama North Alabama, 69-60 W3 Henderson State Arkansas Tech, 62-45 E4 Valdosta State Arkansas Tech, 60-40 W1 Arkansas Tech

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LADY RAILSPLITTERS IN THE POSTSEASON In their 21 seasons of conference competition, Lincoln Memorial has made 18 trips to a post season conference tournament. Counting the 1989-93 seasons when LMU was not in a conference but eligible for NAIA District 24/NCAA Tournament competition, the Lady Railsplitters have been to the postseason 20 out of a possible 25 seasons. Since joining the Gulf South Conference, the Lady Railsplitters have been to the GSC Tournament 7 times in 10 seasons, reaching the championship game once. The seven trips under Coach Vannoy ties the record for most trips by an active GSC coach to the tournament with Central Arkansas’ Ron Marvel.

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

Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman

85 76

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

Championship Union (TN) Lincoln Memorial

98 78

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

78 71

Semifinal

Central Arkansas Lincoln Memorial

2001-02 GSC Tournament at Tupelo, Miss. Quarterfinal Delta State Lincoln Memorial 2000-01 GSC Tournament at Tupelo, Miss. Quarterfinal Ouachita Baptist Lincoln Memorial 1999-2000 GSC Tournament at Florence, Ala. Quarterfinal Arkansas Tech Lincoln Memorial

54 (OT) 51 83 (OT) 79

70 49

67 52

Semifinal

Delta State Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial TN Wesleyan

Championship David Lipscomb Lincoln Memorial 1988-89 NAIA District 24 Tournament* Quarterfinal Lincoln Memorial Lee Semifinal

Semifinal

105 72 87 85

77 68

Lincoln Memorial TN Wesleyan

74 49

Championship Union (TN) Lincoln Memorial

80 75

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

88 59

Semifinal

Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman

69 67

Championship Union (TN) Lincoln Memorial

83 58

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

91 71

73 71

Championship TN Wesleyan Lincoln Memorial

68 (OT) 65

84 53

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

89 65

63 58

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

Semifinal

86 78

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

79 71

Championship Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial

75 63

Championship West Georgia Lincoln Memorial

78 60

NAIA District 24 Tournament Quarterfinal TN Wesleyan Lincoln Memorial

71 63

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

86 84

Semifinal

Lincoln Memorial King

93 75

Championship Belmont Lincoln Memorial

72 65

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

86 (OT) 85

Championship Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial

89 56

NAIA District 24 Tournament Quarterfinals TN Wesleyan Lincoln Memorial

84 62

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

96 62

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

80 79

Championship Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial

88 57

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

60 58

1979-80 VSAC (NAIA District 24) Tournament* Semifinal Lambuth 80 Lincoln Memorial 65 1978-79 VSAC (NAIA District 24) Tournament* Semifinal Belmont 61 Lincoln Memorial 52 * From 1978-86 the Volunteer State Athletic Conference was split into East and West Divisions. The top two teams in each division went to the tournament from 1978-80 with the overall winner representing the District in the NAIA National Tournament. From 198186 each division had their own tournament. The outcome of that tournament would determine the seedings for the District 24 Tournament, which was made up of the top four teams from both divisions. In 1986 the VSAC was split, with the East Division becoming the TVAC and the west the TCAC. The tournament format was set up so that the first two rounds were effectively the TVAC/ TCAC tournament and the winner from each conference would meet in the championship to determine the district champion. Even though LMU was not a member of the TVAC after 1989, this format allowed them to still compete in the post-season while the school made the transition to the NCAA Division II.

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

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Host Institution: Missouri Western State College, St. Joseph, Missouri

Basketball Championship Regionals March 14, 15 & 17

Quarterfinals March 26

Semifinals March 27

1 *California (Pa.) (28-1)

National Championship March 29

Semifinals March 27

Quarterfinals March 26

Regionals March 14, 15 & 17

Arkansas Tech (27-3)* 1

California (Pa.) 73-58

Arkansas Tech 64-50 California (Pa.) 62-58

8 Millersville (20-8)

Lincoln (21-8) 8 LincolnMemorial Memorial (21-8)

Arkansas Tech 55-43

4 Pfeiffer (24-4)

Florida Southern (24-6) 4

West Chester 76-73

Tampa 62-55 California (Pa.) 76-67

5 West Chester (23-7)

Central Ark. 68-54

Tampa (22-7) 5

South

East

3 Longwood (26-4)

Longwood 77-63

Central Arkansas (25-5) 3

Central Ark. 74-55

6 West Liberty St. (24-7)

Rollins (22-8) 6

Glenville St. 63-51

7 Pitt.-Johnstown (21-6)

Central Ark. 59-58

Glenville St. 70-56

Henderson State (19-9) 7

Henderson St. 82-66 California (Pa..) 76-62

2 Glenville State (27-3)

Bentley 80-69

Fort Valley State (27-3) 2

1 Shaw (29-2)

Bentley (29-2)* 1

Shaw 89-69

Bentley 92-65 Shaw 67-49

8 Lenoir-Rhyne (18-11)

Northern Ky. 45-43

Bentley 71-43

New Haven (20-9) 8

4 *Catawba (24-6)

Dowling (25-5) 4

Fayetteville St. 80-72 5 Fayetteville St. (20-8) 3 Columbus State (27-3)

Columbus St. 68-59

Merrimack 88-73

South Atlantic

Merrimack (20-8) 5

North Florida 71-58

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6 Augusta State (19-9)

Northeast

Bentley 66-44

Stonehill (20-7) 3

Stonehill 83-49

St. Thomas Aquinas (22-7) 6

North Florida 57-56

7 North Florida (17-11)

Stonehill 57-49

North Florida 65-64

Southern Conn. St. (21-9) 7 Southern Conn. St.

66-63

2 Armstrong Atlantic (27-3)

Mass.-Lowell (23-7) 2

South Dakota St. 65-50 1 *Washburn (28-3)

South Dakota St. (26-3)* 1

National Champion

Washburn 67-56

South Dakota St. 107-71 South Dakota St. 77-56

Washburn 66-60

8 Midwestern State (21-8) 4 Mo. Western St. (23-8) 5 Emporia State (22-7) 3 Drury (25-4)

Drury 73-63

North Dakota 70-63

South Central

Washburn 87-71

South Dakota St. 87-63

North Central

North Dakota (25-5) 5 North Dakota St. (25-6) 3

North Dakota St. 76-69

South Dakota St.

6 Northeastern St. (24-6)

Drury 63-56

7 St. Mary's (Tex.) (22-6)

Neb.-Kearney (25-5) 6

69-62 (OT)

South Dakota 84-61

Angelo St. 81-65

Concordia-St. Paul (21-7) 7

South Dakota 83-68

2 Angelo State (24-4)

South Dakota (25-4) 2

Northern Ky. 65-53

South Dakota St. 83-62

1 *Indianapolis (28-2)

Seattle Pacific (27-0)* 1

Indianapolis 91-83

Seattle Pacific 81-70

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Northern Ky. 66-57

8 Wayne State (Mich.) (17-11)

Seattle Pacific 86-70

Cal State Chico (17-9) 8

4 Grand Valley St. (24-6)

Montana St.-Billings (20-6) 4

Mont. St.-Billings 91-69

Northern Ky. 69-63 5 Northern Kentucky (21-7) 3 Lake Superior St. (23-5)

Quincy 94-85

Great Lakes

Central Washington (17-8) 5

Northern Ky. 64-61

Cal. St. Bakersfield 85-80

West

Quincy 101-93

7 Bellarmine (20-9)

Bellarmine 72-71

* Host Institution

Western Washington (22-5) 3

Northwest Nazarene 83-79 Northwest Nazarene (19-8) 6

6 Quincy (23-7)

NCAA/3/9/03/mtm

Regis (Colo.) (23-7) 8 Minn. Duluth (25-4) 4

Emporia St. 68-60

2 Hillsdale (23-5)

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Cal. St. Bakersfield 103-84

Cal St. Stanislaus (18-9) 7

Cal St. Bakersfield 116-106 (OT)

Cal St. Bakersfield (26-1) 2


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

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

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

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) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1989-93) (1984-86) (1978-82) (1981-85) (1981-85) (1992-96) (1990-94) (1988-92) (1984-88) (1986-90) (1997-01) (1980-82) (1994-98) (1992-95) (2000- )

REBOUNDS Pts. 1907 1678 1511 1314 1279 1252 1227 1220 1206 1204 1154 1108 1066 1027 986 958 947 945 909 884

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

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

FGM 816 648 633 529 522 510 487 487 462 462

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

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

FIELD GOALS MADE

9.

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

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Karra Jackson Heather Brown Ashley Cox Sara Wood Amanda Jackson Mollie Cooper Celine Cloutier Suzanne Hopkins Leah Moore Melinda Godfrey

Seasons (1998-02) (1993-97) (1998-02) (1998-02) (1997-01) (1994-97) (1994-96) (1989-93) (2002- ) (1996-98)

10.

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

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

Pos. 1. 2. 3.

FTM 390 366 349 339 284 282 280 253 253 243

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

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. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

5. 6. 7. 8. 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)

FGA 1599 1316 1242 1179 1143 1124 1085 1057 1000 943

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

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

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

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

Seasons (1998-02) (1993-97) (1998-02) (1998-02) (1997-01) (1994-97) (1994-96) (1989-93) (1996-98) (1988-92)

7. 9. 9. 10.

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

Seasons (1985-89) (1998-02) (1988-92) (1987-90) (2000- ) (1981-85) (1990-94) (1992-96) (1985-89) (1994-98) (1988-91)

3FGA 419 352 243 243 214 211 168 143 122 117

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Seasons (1990-94) (1988-92) (2000-02) (1994-98) (1992-94) (1992-96) (1996-98) (1992-96) (1988-91) (1989-93)

Ass. 577 476 469 452 375 374 359 358 346 295 285 280 228 218 217 216 210 189 179 178

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

FG Pct. .572 (487-852) .567 (648-1143) .518 (295-570) .517 (375-725) .516 (487-943) .510 (816-1599) .510 (633-1242) .509 (462-907) .500 (313-626) .493 (416-844)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

(minimum 50 Name Leigh Anne Stone Ashley Cox Suzanne Hopkins Lori Capps Leah Moore Karra Jackson Amanda Berry Celine Cloutier Kelly Lindsey Melinda Godfrey

att and 25 Seasons (1989-92) (1998-02) (1989-93) (1995-98) (2003- ) (1998-02) (1996-00) (1994-96) (1992-94) (1996-98)

made) FG Pct. .491 (27-55) .420 (102-243) .406 (58-143) .398 (41-103) .393 (44-112) .389 (163-419) .357 (25-70) .357 (60-168) .347 (26-75) .344 (42-122)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE FTA 537 521 478 443 394 394 387 343 332 323 323

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

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

BLOCKS Name Bridget Long Tracey Faison Hillary Ross Brandy Brown Ruth Simpson Robin Cox Melinda Godfrey Denise Ackermann Debbie Green Pam Walters

Seasons (1986-90) (1989-93) (1983-87) (1984-88) (1978-82) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1997-99) (1993-97) (1997-01) (1992-96) (1988-91) (1981-85) (1988-92) (1980-84) (2000- ) (1981-85) (1985-89) (1994-98) (1998-02)

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

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

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

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

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

3-FGM 163 116 102 72 72 68 60 58 44 42

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

ASSISTS Reb. 875 859 736 709 664 655 605 580 540 520 503 488 474 460 459 450 447 442 431 426

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

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

Seasons (2000- ) (1985-89) (1992-93) (1994-98) (1982-86) (1987-90) (1990-94) (1984-86) (1988-91) (1992-95) (1980-82) (1978-82) (1988-92) (1996-00) (1986-90) (1989-93) (1979-81) (1980-84) (1998-02) (1985-87)

Seasons (1984-86) (1987-90) (1986-88) (1996-98) (1988-91) (1998-02) (1997-01) (1990-94) (1984-88) (1985-89)

FT Pct. .827 (253-306) .826 (366-443) .813 (191-235) .783 (224-286) .783 (253-323) .749 (390-521) .742 (236-318) .738 (284-385) .737 (196-266) .732 (243-332)

STEALS Blks 150 144 92 91 66 60 60 57 52 50

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

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

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

Steals 251 242 238 196 193 190 179 161 160 160

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LADY RAILSPLITTER SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS 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

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

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

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

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

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

FGM 290 274 259 252 252 226 213 206 206 191 187

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

FIELD GOALS MADE

5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Seasons (1989-90) (1985-86) (1988-89) (1990-91) (1988-89) (1990-91) (1984-85) (1995-96) (1980-81) (1999-00) (1981-82)

6. 7. 9.

Name Karra Jackson Karra Jackson Leah Moore Ashley Cox Mollie Cooper Karra Jackson Ashley Cox Heather Brown Amanda Jackson Celine Cloutier

Seasons (2001-02) (1999-00) (2002-03) (2001-02) (1995-96) (2000-01) (2000-01) (1995-96) (2000-01) (1995-96)

Gms 27 27 30 27 28 27 27 28 27 26

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

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

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

Seasons (1978-79) (1988-89) (1984-85) (1997-98) (1989-90) (2001-02) (1999-00) (1986-87) (2000-01) (1995-96)

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

Gms 27 35 29 27 30 27 27 31 27 28

FTM 174 168 146 136 128 117 115 113 110 108

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

Gms 27 31 18 21 24 35 17 29 30 30

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

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

10.

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

FGA 530 528 506 469 440 439 418 413 412 409

# 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

7. 8. 9. 10.

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

Gms 30 31 35 27 27 35 28 24 29 31

Name Karra Jackson Mollie Cooper Karra Jackson Leah Moore Heather Brown Ashley Cox Karra Jackson Sara Wood Heather Brown Amanda Jackson

Seasons (2001-02) (1995-96) (2000-01) (2002-03) (1995-96) (2001-02) (1999-00) (1999-00) (1993-94) (2000-01)

Gms 27 28 27 30 28 27 27 27 27 27

10.

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

Seasons (1978-79) (1988-89) (1986-87) (1984-85) (1997-98) (2001-02) (1999-00) (1995-96) (1987-88) (1989-90)

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

Seasons (1997-98) (1985-86) (1989-90) (2000-01) (1999-00) (1987-88) (1988-89) (1986-87) (1996-97) (1990-91)

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

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

Gm 27 27 30 27 27 18 35 31 26 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)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

3FGA 131 117 115 112 109 100 98 88 88 87

# 1. 2. 3.

Name Seasons Suzanne Hopkins (1989-90) Lori Capps (1997-98) Ashley Cox (2000-01) Amanda Berry (1999-00) Leigh Anne Stone (1990-91) 6. Kelly Lindsey (1992-93) 7. Karra Jackson (1999-00) 8. Bridget Long (1993-94) 9. Leigh Anne Stone (1991-92) 10. Karra Jackson (2001-02)

Gms 27 35 31 29 27 27 27 28 30 30

FTA 232 203 190 178 173 162 159 155 155 149

# Name Seasons 1. Robin Adams (1989-90) 2. Debbie Green (106-126) 3. Terry Whitehead (1985-86) 4. Robin Adams (1988-89) 5. Terry Whitehead (1984-85) 6. Karra Jackson (2000-01) 7. Melinda Godfrey (1997-98) 8. Sherry Chapman (1986-87) 9. Laura Winters (1989-90) 10. Viola Cowan (1978-79)

Gms 31 35 30 30 28 17 25 27 26 27

Blks 52 51 48 47 40 38 35 35 32 31

Gm 14 27 27 16 30 26 27 25 13 27

3-FG Pct. .611 (11-18) .512 (21-41) .500 (38-76) .500 (9-18) .500 (11-22) .474 (9-19) .469 (46-98) .455 (15-33) .450 (9-20) .443 (58-131)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

BLOCKS Name Tracey Faison Tracey Faison Bridget Long Hillary Ross Bridget Long Sherry Chapman Bridget Long Ruth Simpson Brandy Brown Ruth Simpson

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

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

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

Reb. 352 318 294 294 288 286 269 268 265 262

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

3FGM 58 46 44 41 41 40 38 38 34 34

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

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

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

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

Seasons (2002-03) (1984-85) (1999-00) (1995-96) (1986-87) (1988-89) (1980-81) (2001-02) (1983-84) (1985-86)

Gm FT Pct. 30 .859 (128-149) 31 .841 (106-126) 27 .836 (107-128) 35 .828 (168-203) 29 .820 (146-178) 27 .791 (110-139) 27 .786 (136-173) 21 .782 (104-133) 31 .777 (108-139) 27 .750 (174-232)

STEALS Pos. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8.

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

Seasons (1988-89) (1987-88) (1986-87) (1986-87) (1994-95) (1995-96) (1986-87) (1989-90) (1985-86) (1988-89)

Gms 35 29 21 31 26 28 31 30 27 35

Stl 93 81 80 80 73 70 70 68 68 68

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LADY RAILSPLITTER SINGLE-GAME / TURNER ARENA RECORDS

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

TURNER ARENA RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL Most Points Scored 39, Terry Whitehead vs. Lee, 02-10-86 39, Debbie Green vs. Tusculum, 02-17-1990 Most Field Goals Made 17, Pachel Peach vs. Lee, 02-05-83 Most Field Goals Attempted 31, Debbie Green at Tusculum, 02-17-90 Best Field Goal Percentage 1.000 (11-11) by Robin Adams vs. UNC-Pembroke 01-05-90 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 6, Amanda Jackson vs. Montevallo, 01-13-01 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 10, Karra Jackson vs. West Alabama, 12-08-01 10, Buffy Moore vs. Bluefield State, 12-03-01 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, 12-09-94 Most Free Throws Made 17, Rachel Peach vs. Lee, 02-05-83 Most Free Throw Attempts 19, Janice Mayes vs. Knoxville, 1979-80 19, Lu Elliott vs. Mars Hill, 01-12-84 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 at North Alabama, 01-24-02 8, Sara Wood vs. Bluefield State, 12-03-01 8, Ashley Cox at Union, 11-27-01 8, Karra Jackson vs. Valdosta State, 02-07-00 8, Sherry Chapman at Union (TN), 02/27/87 Most Blocked Shots 8, Amy Johnson vs. Alice Lloyd, 12-06-88

LINCOLN MEMORIAL Individual Points .................................... 36 by Bridget Long vs. Gardner-Webb 12-14-91 FG made .............................. 14 by Robin Cox vs. Cumberland College 2-8-96 FG attempted ............. 24 by 2, MR by Robin Cox vs. North Greenville 2-26-96 FG percentage ... 1.000 (8-8) by Dawn Skelcher vs. Mississippi - Women 2-19-01 3FG made ............................... 6 by Amanda Jackson vs. Montevallo 1-13-01 3 FG attempted ........ 10 by 3, MR by Karra Jackson vs. West Alabama 12-8-01 3 FG percentage ..... 1.000 (4-4) by 2, MR by Ashley Cox on 1-29-01 and 2-24-01 FT made ............... 13 by Melinda Godfrey on 1-4-97 and 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 ................... 13 by Hillary Ross vs. Carson-Newman 12-3-02 Total Rebounds ......................... 25 by Robin Cox vs. North Greenville 2-26-96 Assists ................................. 17 by Robin Cox vs. North Alabama 2-25-95 Turnovers ............................ 11 by Pam Walters vs. Tennessee-Martin 2-15-92 Blocks ....................................... 6 by April Hutsell vs. West Alabama 2-10-96 Steals ........................ 8 by 2, MR by Sara Wood vs. Bluefield State 12-3-01 Team Points FG made FG attempted FG percentage 3FG made 3 FG attempted 3 FG percentage FT made FT attempted FT percentage Off. rebounds Def. rebounds Total rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals Points 1st half Points 2nd half

Low 53 vs. West Alabama 12-8-01 13 vs. Valdosta State 2-10-03 45 vs. West Georgia 1-3-03 .271 (13-48) vs. VSU 2-10-03 0 vs. 11 (UM 2-9-02) 0 vs. 3 .000 vs. 11 (UM 2-9-02) 3 vs. UWF 1-17-03 4 vs. UWF 1-17-03 .267 (4-15) vs. Bluefield St. 1-11-93 5 vs. Valdosta State 1-13-96 14 vs. Mississippi College 2-11-95 24 vs. Valdosta State 1-13-96 7 vs. Valdosta State 2-10-03 8 vs. Berry 1-27-92 0 vs. 7 0 vs. West Georgia 2-22-97 16 vs. KY Wesleyan 12-6-00 22 vs. Montevallo 1-11-03

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

TEAM Most Points Scored 132, vs. Lees-McRae, 11-14-98 Most Field Goals Made 55, vs. Maryville, 02-12-87 Most Field Goals Attempted 102, at Maryville, 02-12-87 Best Field Goal Percentage (20 made) .651 (41-63), vs. Longwood, 12-02-89 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 10, (by 2) at Valdosta State, 01-08-00 at Concord, 12-03-99 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 29, (by 2) vs. Carson-Newman, 12-03-02 vs. Bluefield State, 12-03-01 Best 3-Point Percentage (10 made) .588 (10-17), at Concord, 12-03-99 Most Free Throws Made 42, vs. Valdosta State, 01-14-02 Most Free Throw Attempts 56, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 11-22-97 Best Free Throw Percentage (10 made) 1.000 (16-16) at Kentucky Wesleyan, 12-04-89 Most Rebounds 66, vs. Milligan, 02-09-80 Most Assists 34, vs. Tusculum, 02-08-86 Most Steals 29, vs. Francis Marion, 11-20-92 Most Blocked Shots 12, vs. Carson-Newman, 01-18-93

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High 132 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98 51 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98 95 vs. Francis Marion 11-20-93 .643 (36-56) vs. Queens 1-21-95 9 vs. Montevallo 1-13-01 29 vs. 2, (MR vs. CN 12-3-02) .778 (7-9) vs. Union 12-9-94 41 vs. KY Wesleyan 11-22-97 56 vs. KY Wesleyan 11-22-97 .955 (21-22) vs. MUW 2-17-03 28 vs. Francis Marion 11-20-93 44 vs. West Georgia 2-22-97 61 vs. 4 30 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98 31 vs. West Georgia 1-24-98 12 vs. Carson-Newman 1-18-93 29 vs. Francis Marion 11-20-93 63 vs. North Alabama 2-16-98 70 vs. Lees-McRae 11-14-98

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

High Low 98 by North Alabama 2-16-98 39 by 3 (MR by Montevallo 1-11-03) 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 2, MR by UAH 2-22-03 0 by Erskine 12-10-93 .632 (12-19) by West Florida 1-17-00 .000 by 10 (MUW 2-19-01) 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 .909 (20-22) by UVA-Wise 11-29-01 .000 (0-1) by BSC 1-11-93 26 by MUW 2-4-9 4 by Alabama-Huntsville 2-2-02 42 by West Florida 2-1-97 11 by Tusculum 12-21-91 66 by West Florida 2-1-97 17 by 2 (UAH, 2-2-02) 21 by 5 (MR by MUW 2-17-03) 3 by Gardner-Webb 12-18-92 46 by Francis Marion 11-20-93 9 by Tusculum 12-21-91 9 by Valdosta State 2-12-01 0 by 31 1991-03 17 by Newberry 1-30-93 4 by 8 (MR by MUW 2-17-03) 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

MR- Most recently

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LADY RAILSPLITTER HONOR ROLL LADY RAILSPLITTER HONOR ROLL ALL-AMERICANS

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

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

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

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

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

ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE

Heather Brown 1994 GSC-East Freshman of the Year

Anita Nelums East Team 1994

Celine Cloutier East Team 1996

Robin Cox East Team 1995, 1996

Brandy Brown Second Team 1998

Melinda Godfrey First Team 1998

Lakeshia Salters First Team 2000

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

Sarah Crook Second Team 2003

Hillary Ross First Team 2003 All-Tournament 2003

All-Volunteer State Athletic Conference Juanita Hall Lesia Chadwell Terry Whitehead Carrie Shoffner All-Tennessee Valley Athletic Conference Sherry Chapman Nickie Snow Lori Neely Carrie Shoffner Robin Adams Debbie Green All-NAIA District 24 Robin Adams* Debbie Green NCAA Division II All-South Region Robin Cox Melinda Godfrey Lakeshia Salters

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

(First Team 1978-79, 1979-80) (Second Team 1978-79) (1985-86) (1985-86) (1986-87, 1987-88) (1986-87) (1986-87) (1987-88, 1988-89) (1987-88, 1988-89) (1988-89) (1988-89, 1989-90) (1988-89, 1989-90) (Second Team 1995-96) (Second Team 1997-98) (First Team 1999-00)

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LADY RAILSPLITTERS IN THE LMU ATHLETICS HALL-OF-FAME

MODERN ERA

Robin Adams 1987-90

Sherry Chapman 1986-88

Lorie Compton 1983-87

Debbie Green 1988-91

Juanita Hall 1978-82

Lori Neely 1985-89

Carrie Shoffner 1985-89

Pam Walters 1989-93

Terry Whitehead 1984-86

Laura Winters 1989-92

EARLY ERA Dorothy Teague Bruce Gillie Queener Carter Edna Sharp Cherry Latrina Gibson Fox Mildred Peck Galyon Mary Ruth Thomas Keene Sally Claxton Laurence Dorothy Riggs Lewallen Onelda Hulburnt McCubbins Sue Longmire Moody Agnes “Sol” Music Irene Peck Perry Etta Rasnic Geneva Whitaker Rutherford Lucy Bales Sharp Gertrude Bales Shoun Meda Parsons Smalley Cinda Parsons Smith Geraldine Weakley Statler Jama Marcum Stooksbury Helen Wallace

The LMU Athletes’ Hall-of-Fame was founded in 1981 and the first class of 46 was inducted during homecoming activities that year. The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to identify and honor those athletes that developed outstanding skills and represented LMU in a wholesome manner. The original location of the Hall of Fame display was in the Mars Gym but with the opening of the Turner Arena in 1991, the Hall moved to it’s current location.

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

The Athletes’ Hall of Fame room is located on the lower level of the Turner Arena. On display are plaques representing all the members and various displays of newspapers and other memorabilia. If you would like to visit, please stop by the athletic offices and ask for a tour. 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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

1992-96 1998-00 1987-90 1991-93 1986-87 1981-83 1996-00 2000-present 1995-97 2002-03 1982-86 1995-97 2001-02 1994-98 1993-97 1995-99 1989-91 1987-91 1978-80 1986-88 1999-03 2001-present 2002-present 1994-96 1997-98 1991-92 1983-87 1978-80 1994-97 1978-79 1998-02 1985-86,87-88 1992-96 2000-present 1985-86 1985-86 1996-00 2002-present 1983-85 1988-92 1982-83 1980-81 1991-92 1978-79 1978-79 1996-98 1997-99 1988-91 1987-90 1983-84

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

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

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

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

Coach Vannoy gives the team some instructions during a timeout in the GSC Tournament game against Delta State. 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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

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

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

L W W L W W W L

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

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

1927 (4-0) Johnson Bible College

W

23-20

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

L

1973-74 (11-3)

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

Wanda Ingle Trew, who played basketball for LMU from 1939-41, recently attended an LMU-UWF game and had her photo taken with the current Lady Railsplitter squad.

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

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

1935-36 (14-4) Morristown High W Woodruff’s W at Jellico High L at Hiwassee W TN Wesleyan W at Young Harris (GA) L Charleston (TN) High W Young Harris (GA) W Milligan L at TN Wesleyan W Hiwassee W at Milligan L Other scores not available.

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

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1929 (5-3) No scores available

Hugh Trent Ramsey 1930-36, 1938-42 Overall 131-15-1 (.895) 1930 (11-1^) at Milligan L N/A Milligan W N/A at Appalachian State W N/A ^ Includes 2 wins over CarsonNewman, Hiwassee, ETSU and Emory & Henry. Other scores not available.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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W W L W W W W W W

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

1942-43 (No team- WWII)

C. W. Bradley 1944-45 Overall 8-2 (.800)

$ $ $ $ $

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

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

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

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

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

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

L L L L

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

Elaine Minton 1976-78 Overall 10-8 (.556)

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

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

L L L L L L

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

1943-44 (4-1) Scores not available.

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

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

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

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

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

W W W W W W W W L

Why did they play so many independent ball teams?

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

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

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

1941-42 (8-1)

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

W W W W W W W W W W

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

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

1928 (2-1) East TN State

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

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

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

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

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The Lady Railsplitters have always brought out young fans to their games. This little cheerleader, seen at a 198485 game, can still be seen on the court today in an LMU uniform. (It’s Morgane Vannoy)

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

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

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

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

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

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

^ ^

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*

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

$ *

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

* $

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

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

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

Roger Vannoy 1982-current Overall 407-190 (.682) VSAC/TVAC 49-29 (.628) GSC: 83-65 (.560)

1979-80 (15-9, 4-4 VSAC) W L W W W W W W L W W L L W L L W L W W L W W L

58-60

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

Dave Miller 1979-82 Overall 37-36 (.507) VSAC: 83-65 (.560) at Lees (KY) at Hiwassee Roane State at Union (KY) at Cumberland (KY) at Sue Bennett Lees (KY) Union (KY) at East TN State St. Mary’s Knoxville at Knoxville at Carson-Newman at Milligan Hiwassee Tusculum at TN Wesleyan Carson-Newman at St. Mary’s Milligan TN Wesleyan Cumberland (KY) at Tusculum Lambuth

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

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

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

# # $ ^

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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LADY RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS USC-Spartanburg * at Tusculum * Carson-Newman * at TN Wesleyan at Union (KY) * at Carson-Newman UVA-Wise * Milligan * TN Wesleyan * Lee Pikeville * at Milligan* * Tusculum Bryan * at Lee % Lee % Carson-Newman % Union (TN) $ Tournament ^ Tournament ~ Tournament

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

* $ $ * * * * * *

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

$ $

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

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

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

$ $

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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59-48 79-90 96-66 77-51 90-66 72-59 84-55 64-57 53-56 66-62 61-58 65-79 65-59 79-65 78-64 83-69 57-60 47-62 73-60 55-44 72-57 77-59 46-45 74-42 61-56 52-56 49-70

Opponent W L Alabama-Huntsville 21 8 Appalachian State 2 0 Alice Lloyd 14 1 LMU Alumnae 4 0 Arkansas Tech 0 2 Ashland 0 1 Atlas Independents 2 0 Barbourville (KY) High 1 0 Bellarmine 1 2 Belmont 0 3 Benedict First Meeting Bethune-Cookman 0 1 Berry 7 4 Bluefield (VA) 5 0 Bluefield State (WV) 9 5 Bristol 2 0 Bristol Independents 1 0 Bryan 6 0 Cal-Poly Pomona 1 0 Campbellsville 4 3 Carson-Newman# 30 31 Charleston (TN) High 1 0 Clark 1 0 Clayton State 1 0 Cleveland State 0 2 Clinton Independents 2** 0 Clinton Ravens 0 1 Coal Creek Ind. 1 0 Concord 4 0 Converse 5 0 Covenant 1 0 Cumberland (KY) 17 9 Cumberland (TN) 1 1 Dandridge Ind. 1 0 David Lipscomb 3 2 Delta State 3 6 East Tennessee State 6 6 Emory and Henry 14 0 Erskine 1 0 Fairmont State 3 0 Florida Tech 1 0 Fort Valley State First Meeting Francis Marion 1 0 Gannon 0 1 Gardner-Webb 6 2 Goodall Business Coll. 3 1 G.V.C. Alumni 1 0 Hiwassee 27 8 Henderson State 1 0 Huntsville Independents 3 0 Hyden Independents 1 0 Jellico All-Stars 1 0 Johnson Bible College 4 0 Kennesaw State 1 1 Kentucky State 5 1 Kentucky Wesleyan 5 1 King 15 0 Knoxville 7 2 Knoxville Athletic House 5 1 Knoxville Business Coll. 4 0 Lake City All-Stars 1 0 LaFollette High 2 0 Lambuth 0 1 Lee (TN) 15 6 Lees (KY) 6 0

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

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

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Lees-McRae 3 1 Lindsey Wilson 3 0 Longwood 6 0 Mars Hill 3 1 Maryville 14 5 Middle TN State 1 0 Milligan 36 17 Mississippi College 2 2 MS Univ. for Women 9 1 Missouri - Rolla 1 0 Montevallo 9 7 Morris First Meeting Morristown College 1 3 Morristown (TN) High 2 0 Newberry 2 0 North Alabama 8 14 UNC - Asheville 0 2 UNC - Central 2 0 UNC - Greensboro 0 2 North Georgia 5 2 North Greenville 2 0 Oakland City 1 0 Olsen’s Redheads 1 0 Ouachita Baptist 0 1 Pembroke State 2 0 Pepsi-Cola of Knoxville 2 0 Piedmont 0 1 Pikeville 7 3 Pittsburgh-Johnstown 0 1 Queens 2 2 Quincy (IL) 0 1 Regis (CO) 1 0 Roane State 1 3 Saint Mary’s 5 0 Shorter 2 0 USC - Aiken 1 1 USC - Spartanburg 6 3 Saint Francis (IL) 1 0 St. Mary’s Nursing 6 0 Sinclair Independents 1 1 South Carolina State 1 0 Standard Knitting Mills 2 0 Sue Bennett 2 0 Tennessee - Chattanooga 1 1 Tennessee Eastman 1 0 Tennessee - Martin 0 2 Tennessee Tech 1 0 Tennessee Temple 10 1 Tennessee Wesleyan 32 22 Tusculum 30 11 Union (KY) 28 9 Union (TN) 0 4 Valdosta State 11 9 VA Intermont 2 0 VA-Wise* 19 4 Walters State 1 3 Warren Wilson 0 1 West Alabama 9 9 West Florida 9 9 West Georgia 14 7 Wofford 7 2 Woodruff’s 2 0 Young Harris 3 1 **Includes 1 tie on Feb. 12, 1938.

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

“The Barn” 1924-45 68-5-1

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

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TEX TURNER ARENA The B. Frank “Tex” Turner arena has been the home of the Railsplitters and Lady Railsplitters since 1991. Since then, it has become known as one of the top basketball facilities at the Division II level. The arena replaced the Mary E. Mars Gymnasium, which had been the home of LMU basketball since 1948. The 87,000 square foot complex seats 5,009 for basketball contests, with another 1,000 portable seats available for other events. The distance from the playing floor to the roof is 40 feet, the equivalent of a twostory building. The arena is 230 feet (east to west) and 282 feet (north to south). It contains over 81,866 square feet of floor space, and over 4 million cubic feet of space. The arena also serves as a practice facility for the golf, soccer, baseball and softball teams. The auxiliary gym contains batting cages and there is an indoor practice tee used by the golf teams. Over the years, several concerts as well as district and regional tournaments have been held in the arena. The LMU spring and fall commencement services and pinning ceremonies have been held there since 1991. LMU’s athletic offices are located on the lower level, with the exception of cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s tennis and softball. Also located on the lower level are the athletic training offices, the university press and the university post office. The LMU athletes Hall-of-Fame, the Turner Room and a classroom are also located on the lower level and are often used by campus and community groups for meetings and other functions. The recently refurbished athletic training room and weight room are located on the lower level within easy access of the playing floor and air-conditioned dressing rooms. The upper level contains a ticket office and other offices as well as the Dean Bailey Trophy Room, which houses trophies and other memorabilia dating back to the 1920’s and is a memorial to former coach Dean Bailey. The upper concourse also is open to the public as a walking track and is extremely popular with the local community. Entrances to the building are located on the north, south, and east ends. There are a total of 24 entrance doors to the arena (handicap access is available on both levels). The arena was named after former LMU football standout B. Frank “Tex” Turner, who donated the funds for it’s construction. Work on the multi-million dollar facility began on May 7, 1988 and on Feb. 2, 1991 the Railsplitters and Lady Railsplitters held their first contests in the facility when they hosted the University of Alabama-Huntsville in a doubleheader. The women won 112-95 and the men lost 85-69.

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THIS IS LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY Lincoln Memorial University was founded in 1897 as a living memorial to Abraham Lincoln and his philosophy and ideals. Its inception dates from an occasion in late September, 1863 when the President was meeting with General Oliver Otis Howard to discuss military operations in and around the East Tennessee area. Howard was being transferred to the area to help relieve the Union army currently under siege at Chattanooga following the loss at the Battle of Chickamauga. The conversation turned to the area around Knoxville and Cumberland Gap, which at the time was held by Union General Ambrose Burnside. 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 giving a speech about his time in Chattanooga, 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 106th 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 2442 graduate and undergraduate students and 85 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.

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PRESIDENT / ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Dr. Nancy Moody Nancy B. Moody was born and raised in Middlesboro, Kentucky. Following graduation as an honor student from Middlesboro High School, she received degrees in nursing from Eastern Kentucky University. Other degrees were received after beginning her professional career at Lincoln Memorial University (LMU). While at LMU, Dr. Moody was involved with initial and continuing accreditation activities from the American Veterinary Medical Association, the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences, and the National League for Nursing (NLN). She was indirectly involved with accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), but directly involved with the preparation of substantive change reports and visits from SACS following the development of off-campus nursing programs in Corbin, Kentucky, Knoxville, Tennessee, and Madisonville, Tennessee. She was directly involved with development of an RN to BSN program, three off-campus programs, and programs in Veterinary Science. Dr. Moody has taught in associate, baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degree programs in nursing. She has worked closely with faculty from the Colleges of Business, Public and Allied Health, and Medicine to develop interdisciplinary courses and a certificate program in health care management. She has taught in private higher education, and in both statewide systems of higher education in Tennessee, the Tennessee Board of Regents and the University of Tennessee. Dr. Moody serves as a program evaluator and peer review panel member for the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, as a research grant reviewer for the NLN, and is a peer panel reviewer for Nursing and Health Care Perspectives. She has published in the Tennessee Nurse, the Journal of Professional Nursing, the Journal of Nursing Administration, the Nurse Practitioner, and in Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners. She has presented or is scheduled to present locally, regionally, and nationally on nursing work force issues at conferences sponsored by the American Nurses Association, the American Organization of Nurse Executives, the National Association of Student Nurses, the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty, the Rural Health Association of Tennessee, the Southern Regional Education Board, the Southern Nursing Research Society, and the Tennessee Nurses Association. Since 1994, she has garnered approximately $1 million in grants and contracts to study work force issues in Tennessee. In terms of leadership, Dr. Moody has served as Department Chairperson, Dean, and Executive Director of an organization that was incorporated and became recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501[c]3 organization. In the latter capacity, she has been directly involved in the conduct of state-wide meetings, worked with a multidisciplinary state-wide group, represented the organization at state and national meetings, appeared before state boards, developed contracts with individuals and agencies, garnered donations, and written and administered grants for the organization. She and her husband Tom have been married for 25 years and have two young adult children, Adam and Mykel. Before moving to the President’s Home in Harrogate, the Moodys lived in Knoxville, Tennessee

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR Jack Bondurant A former standout on the LMU tennis team, Mr. Bondurant became the Assistant to the President for Intercollegiate Athletics in the summer of 1991. A 1962 graduate of LMU, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and General Business. 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 student-athletes. 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. 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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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 entrylevel 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 admissions office or the Athletic Training Program Director.

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER Josh Holt Joshua J. Holt is a new addition to the Lincoln Memorial University Athletic Training staff. He assumed the role of Head Athletic Trainer in January of 2003. Josh was previously a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of West Alabama where he graduated in December of 2002 Holt began his career at the University of North Alabama under the tutelage of Head Athletic Trainer Phil Cross and Johnny Long, Clinical Director of Sports Medicine at North Alabama Bone and Joint Clinic in Florence, Alabama. While at UNA, he worked with football, women’s basketball, tennis, and volleyball. Josh worked as an athletic trainer for the 1995 UNA national championship football team, and three-time GSC Champion and two-time Elite 8 Volleyball team. He was also selected to go to the 1998 and 1999 Blue/Gray All Star game. Josh earned his B.S. degree in Health, P.E. & Recreation and Fitness Management in 1999. In 2000 he worked as a clinic outreach Athletic Trainer for Helen Keller Hospital Sports Medicine in Red Bay, Alabama before getting certified by the NATA BOC in November of 2000. Josh is a native of Corinth, MS and a 1993 graduate of Alcorn Central High School.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Leah Cheek Leah is a new addition to the Lincoln Memorial University Athletic Training staff as well. She assumed the role of Assistant Athletic Trainer in January of 2003. Previously, she served as a physical education and wellness teacher in a middle school setting in Union County Tennessee. A 1997 graduate of LMU with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training and physical education, Leah’s student athletic training hours were mostly spent with women’s basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer, and tennis. Following graduation in 1997, Leah returned to LMU for the 1997-98 school year to obtain her teaching certification. She also received a Master’s of Education in Administration & Supervision from LMU in 2000. She is a native of Harlan, Kentucky.

ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION PROGRAM DIRECTOR Amanda Smith Amanda is beginning her sixth year as a member of the Railsplitter Athletic Training Staff and her second year as program director of LMU’s accredited athletic training education curriculum. Smith received her master’s degree in educational administration and supervision in 1998 and holds undergraduate degrees in both athletic training and health. She also has collegiate and high school athletic training experience. Amanda served as the medical coordinator for the 2002 AAU Junior Olympic Games in Knoxville, Tennessee. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society.

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2003-04 RAILSPLITTER NETWORK WOMEN’S BROADCAST SCHEDULE CATCH THE ACTION OF LMU BASKETBALL ALL SEASON LONG! Listen To The Broadcasts Of Railsplitter Basketball On The World Wide Web At: www.lmunet.edu/athletics Date Opponent Site Nov. 15 Benedict College Harrogate Nov. 18 Tusculum College Harrogate Nov. 21-22 Concord Classic Nov. 21 vs. Fairmont State University Athens, WV Nov. 22 vs. Concord College Athens, WV Nov. 28-29 Benedict Classic Nov. 28 vs. Morris College Columbia, SC Nov. 29 vs. Voorhees College Columbia, SC Dec. 2 Carson-Newman College Jefferson City, TN Dec. 4 Concord College Harrogate Dec. 13 Fort Valley State University Fort Valley, GA Dec. 15 Converse College Spartanburg, SC Dec. 17 Bluefield State College Harrogate Dec. 20 Carson-Newman College Harrogate Jan. 5 USC-Spartanburg Spartanburg, SC Jan. 10 *University of West Alabama Harrogate Jan. 12 *University of Montevallo Harrogate Jan. 17 *University of West Florida Pensacola, FL Jan. 19 *Valdosta State University Valdosta, GA Jan. 24 *Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville Harrogate Jan. 26 *University of North Alabama Harrogate Jan. 31 *University of West Georgia Carrollton, GA Feb. 7 *University of West Florida Harrogate Feb. 9 *Valdosta State University Harrogate Feb. 14 *University of Montevallo Montevallo, AL Feb. 16 *University of West Alabama Livingston, AL Feb. 21 *Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville Huntsville, AL Feb. 23 *University of North Alabama Florence, AL Feb. 28 *University of West Georgia Harrogate Mar. 4-7 Gulf South Conference Tourny. Tupelo, MS Mar. 11-14 NCAA South Regional Tourny. TBA *Indicates Gulf South Conference Game Italics Indicates Double-Header With The Railsplitters Note: All Games Listed As Eastern Time

Air-Time 5:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m.

Tip-off 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

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LISTENING INSTRUCTIONS A. Go to www.lmunet.edu/athletics B. Click on hyperlink for game broadcast - broadcast will begin automatically if Windows Media Player or Real Player are already installed. C. If you didn’t have Windows Media Player or Real Player installed, please do so now by clicking on the icon. D. Once program is installed click on the link again and the broadcast should load. NOTE: There are approximately 40 streaming audio links available for the broadcast, If you have trouble obtaining one of these links, please try again, or if you live locally, tune in the broadcast on WLMU 91.3 FM. 2003-04 LMU Lady Railsplitter Basketball

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT / LOCAL INFORMATION ATHLETIC TRAINING (423) 869-6378 Josh Holt - Head Athletic Trainer

MAILING/OVERNIGHT ADDRESS: Tex Turner Arena Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 ADMINISTRATION Jack Bondurant Roger Vannoy

(423) 869-6285 Athletic Director Associate Director

BASKETBALL OFFICE Roger Vannoy Dawn Skelcher Jennifer Childs

(423) 869-6241 Head Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant

ATHLETIC TRAINING (423) 869-6423 Leah Cheek - Assistant Athletic Trainer PRESIDENT Dr. Nancy Moody

(423) 869-6391

FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE Dan Graves (423) 869-6251 SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR Judy Beal (423) 869-6393

TEX TURNER ARENA (423) 869-6239 Mike Smith, Arena Business Manager

COMPLIANCE Greg Lasley

OTHER SPORTS: Head Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Head Men’s Basketball Coach 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

Jeff Sziksai Torry Zerilla Jeff Tungate Geoff Mallory Travis Muncy Greg Lasley Jack Bondurant Charles Poteat Brandon Gibbs Mike Smith Helio D’Anna Dan Burns

LOCAL HOTELS

(423) 869-6345 (423) 869-6344 (423) 869-6240 (423) 869-6346 (423) 869-6285 (423) 869-6209 (423) 869-6399 (423) 869-6371 (423) 869-6201 (423) 869-6239 (423) 869-6245 (423) 869-6242

FAST FOOD

Hotel

Location

From Campus

Phone

Ramada Inn Cumberland Gap Inn Best Western Inn Holiday Inn Express

Cumberland Gap Cumberland Gap Middlesboro Middlesboro

2 Miles 2.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 5 Miles

(423) (423) (606) (606)

869-3631 869-9172 248-5630 248-6860

FAMILY DINING Restaurant

Location

From Campus

Phone

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

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

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

(423) (423) (423) (423) (606) (606) (606) (606) (606) (606)

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869-8036 869-8000 869-4844 869-5877 248-1627 248-0458 248-9252 248-7338 242-2900 248-5000

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

Location Harrogate Harrogate, Middlesboro Harrogate, Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro

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THE GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE The GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE (GSC) enters its 34th 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 17 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. In 2003, the GSC conducted a provisional championship in women’s golf, which will continue in 2004. We take pride in our 35 National Team Championships in 10 sports and the emphasis on academic success by our coaches and student-athletes. Christian Brothers University joined the list of GSC National Champions last year, capturing the 2002 Women’s Soccer Championship, the league’s first in soccer. 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 (199394); 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. The Conference membership decreased to 17 when MUW dropped its athletics program at the end of the 2002-03 season. 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 Sports Information Director Michael Anderson, Assistant Sports Information Director Tim Andrzejewski, Office Manager Mary Jean Box and part-time Assistant Andrea Nguyen. The Chairman of the GSC Board of Directors is Dr. Robert Brown, President of Arkansas Tech University. Joining him on the executive committee are past-Chair Dr. Frank Franz (Alabama in Huntsville) and Vice Chair Dr. Robert McChesney (Montevallo). The Supervisors of Officials are Billy Johnson (Football), John Caldwell (Basketball-West Division) and Mike Murphy (Basketball-East Division).

GSC National Championships 1971-2003 (35)

Baseball (4) Troy State (1986, 87) Jacksonville State (1990, 91)

Men’s Golf (4) Troy State (1976, 77, 84) West Florida (2001)

Men’s Basketball (3) North Alabama (1979, 91) Jacksonville State (1985)

Women’s Golf (3) Troy State (1984, 86, 89)

Women’s Basketball (7) Delta State (1975, 76, 77, 89, 90, 92) Southeastern Louisiana (1977*) Football (8) Delta State (2000) North Alabama (1993, 94, 95) Troy State (1984, 87) West Alabama (1971) Jacksonville State (1992) Current members in BOLD

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Women’s Gymnastics (2) Jacksonville State (1984, 85)

GSC Commissioners 1971-Present Stan Galloway Jim McCullough Hayden Riley Ralph McFillen Sonny Moran Nate Salant Present)

(1971-1979) (1979-1982) (1982-1984) (1984-1987) (1987-1992) (1992-

Hockey (2) Alabama-Huntsville (1996, 98) Women’s Soccer (1) Christian Brothers (2002) Track (1) Southeastern Louisiana (1975) *--Small College Division Champion

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RADIO / TV SPOTTING CHART

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5’8” SOPHOMORE GUARD KNOXVILLE, TN

6’0” JUNIOR CENTER BECKLEY, WV

5’11” JUNIOR CENTER FRIENDSVILLE, TN

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5’3” SOPHOMORE GUARD EVANSVILLE, IN

5’4” SENIOR GUARD HARROGATE, TN

5’7” FRESHMAN GUARD FLOYDS KNOBS, IN

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5’7” SENIOR GUARD LONDON, KY

5’8” SOPHOMORE GUARD ANNVILLE, KY

5’11” SOPHOMORE FORWARD KNOXVILLE, TN

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6’0” JUNIOR FORWARD DAKAR, SENEGAL

5’10” SENIOR FORWARD EVARTS, KY

6’1” SENIOR FORWARD SOMERSET, KY

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6’0” SOPHOMORE FORWARD McKEE, KY

6’1” JUNIOR FORWARD GREENTOWN, IN

6’0” FRESHMAN CENTER GALLATIN, TN

ROGER VANNOY

DAWN SKELCHER

JENNIFER CHILDS

HEAD COACH

ASSISTANT COACH

GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH

STEPHANIE CLINTON

CHASITY WILLIAMS

SARAH CROOK

MAREME KONATE

CANDICE ROSE

KARMELLA WYNNE

MORGANE VANNOY

LEAH MOORE

SARAH BERRY

STACEY CHILDS

OLIVIA REYNOLDS

MADELINE RICHARDS

KATIE DePERSIO

HILLARY ROSS

JAMIE JACKSON


2003-2004 LADY RAILSPLITTER BASKETBALL SCHEDULE November November 15 BENEDICT 15 BENEDICT 18 TUSCULUM 18 TUSCULUM 21-22 Concord 21-22 Concord Classic Classic 21 vs. 21 vs. Fairmont Fairmont State State 22 vs. 22 vs. Concord Concord 28-29 28-29 Benedict Benedict Classic Classic 28 vs. 28 vs. Morris Morris 29 vs. 29 vs. Voorhees Voorhees December December 22 Carson-Newman Carson-Newman 44 CONCORD CONCORD 13 Fort 13 Fort Valley Valley State State 15 Converse 15 Converse 17 BLUEFIELD 17 BLUEFIELD STATE STATE 20 CARSON-NEWMAN 20 CARSON-NEWMAN Home Home games games are are in in caps caps All times are in Eastern All times are in Eastern Standard Standard Time Time ** Indicates GSC Opponent Indicates GSC Opponent

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January January 55 USC-Spartanburg USC-Spartanburg 10 WEST 10 WEST ALABAMA* ALABAMA* 12 MONTEVALLO* 12 MONTEVALLO* 17 West 17 West Florida* Florida* 19 Valdosta 19 Valdosta State* State* 24 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE* 24 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE* 26 NORTH 26 NORTH ALABAMA* ALABAMA* 31 West 31 West Georgia* Georgia*

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February February 77 WEST WEST FLORIDA* FLORIDA* 99 VALDOSTA VALDOSTA STATE* STATE* 14 Montevallo* 14 Montevallo* 16 West 16 West Alabama* Alabama* 21 Alabama-Huntsville* 21 Alabama-Huntsville* 23 North 23 North Alabama* Alabama* 28 WEST 28 WEST GEORGIA* GEORGIA*

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March March 3-7 GSC 3-7 GSC TOURNAMENT TOURNAMENT -- TUPELO, TUPELO, MS MS


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