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Sat. Oct. 10, 2009 Sat. Oct. 17, 2009 Sat. Oct. 24, 2009

Dave Neely JUCO Showcase ................................... Garland, Texas ................................ TBA SWABC Super Scrimmage . ....................................... Carollton, Texas ...............................TBA Dillard University (Exhibition) ............................... LSU Eunice ...................................... 2 PM

Sun. Nov. 1, 2009

Andrew College ............................................................. Cuthbert, GA ..................................12 PM

Lady Bengal Classic

Fri. Nov. 6, 2009 Sat. Nov. 7, 2009

Allen Community College ...............................LSU Eunice .............................. 8 PM Butler Community College..............................LSU Eunice .............................. 4 PM

Murray State Classic

Thur. Nov. 12, 2009 Fri. Nov. 13, 2009 Sat. Nov. 14, 2009 Sun. Nov. 15, 2009

Hill College . ..................................................................... Tishomingo, Oklahoma .............6 PM TBA ...................................................................................... Tishomingo, Oklahoma ...............TBA TBA ...................................................................................... Tishomingo, Oklahoma ...............TBA Southwestern Adventist University .................... Keene, Texas .................................... 4 PM

Blue & Gold Tourney

Fri. Nov. 20, 2009 Sat. Nov. 21, 2009

North Platte CC .............................................................. Highland, Kansas ......................... 5 PM TBA ..................................................................................... Highland, Kansas ...........................TBA

Mon. Nov. 23, 2009 Tues. Dec. 15, 2009 Wed. Dec. 16, 2009 Thurs. Dec. 17, 2009 Fri. Dec. 18, 2009

Cottey College ................................................................ Nevada, Missouri .......................... 7 PM Pima Community College ........................................ Tucson, Arizona........................7:30 PM Glendale Community College................................. Glendale, Arizona .........................8 PM Scottsdale Community College . ............................ Scottsdale, Arizona ............... 6:30 PM South Mountain Community College ................ Phoenix, Arizona . .................. 6:30 PM

Fri. Jan. 1, 2010 Sun. Jan. 3, 2010 Tues. Jan. 5, 2010 Thurs. Jan. 7, 2010 Sat. Jan. 9, 2010 Sat. Jan. 16, 2010 Sun. Jan. 17, 2010 Tues. Jan. 19, 2010 Thurs. Jan. 21, 2010 Mon. Feb. 1, 2010 Sat. Feb. 13, 2010 Sun. Feb. 14, 2010 Wed. Feb. 17, 2010 Sat. Feb. 20, 2010 Fri. Feb. 26, 2010 Sun. Feb. 27, 2010

Murray State College.........................................LSU Eunice .............................. 8 PM Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College .LSU Eunice .............................. 4 PM

NEW YEAR’s Classic

Delgado Community College . ................................ New Orleans, Louisiana . ........... 7 PM Baton Rouge Community College ..................LSU Eunice .............................. 6 PM Southern-Shreveport .................................................. Shreveport, Louisiana ................. 2 PM Southwestern Adventist University ..............LSU Eunice ...............................7 PM Southwestern Adventist University ..............LSU Eunice .............................. 2 PM Delgado Community College ..........................LSU Eunice ...............................7 PM Baton Rouge Community College ........................ Baton Rouge, Louisiana .............6 PM Southern-Shreveport .......................................LSU Eunice .............................. 6 PM East Point ...........................................................LSU Eunice .............................. 2 PM East Point ...........................................................LSU Eunice ............................... 2 PM Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College .... Perkinston, Missouri .............5:30 PM Jacksonville College .........................................LSU Eunice ............................... 2 PM Mountain View College . ........................................... Dallas, Texas . ............................5:30 PM Mountain View College.............................................. Dallas, Texas . .................................. 2 PM

District B Semi-Finals

March 5-6, 2010

TBA........................................................................................ El Reno, Oklahoma..........................TBA

DISTRICT B FINAL

March 8, 2010

TBA........................................................................................ Wichita, Kansas................................TBA

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

March 17-20, 2010

TBA........................................................................................ East Peoria, Illinois..........................TBA

Home Games in Bold • Dates and Times Subject to Change • All Times Central Denotes Radio Games on KVPI 92.5 FM or AM 1050

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Name of School: Louisiana State University Eunice City/Zip: Eunice, Louisiana 70535 Founded: 1967 Enrollment: 3,332 Mascot: Bengals School Colors: Purple (PMS 268) and Gold (PMS 123) Affiliation: NJCAA Division II Conference: none Chancellor: Dr. William Nunez Athletics Director: Jeff Willis Athletics Department Phone: (337) 550-1417

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HISTORY First Year Of Basketball: 1999-2000 All-Time Record: 159-148 Appearances in NJCAA Tournament/ Last: 2/2006 All-Time NJCAA Tournament Record: 2-4 Last NJCAA Tournament Opponent: Mott Community College (Flint, MI) Result: 97-88 loss in 3rd Place Game COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Michael Bari Alma Mater: West Virginia Wesleyan College, East Stroudsburg University. Record at School (years): 103-55 (6th) Basketball Office Phone: (337) 550-1394 Assistant Coaches: Eric Hood. Jamien Arvie ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Van Reed Office Phone: (337) 550-1211 E-mail Address: vreed@lsue.edu ATHLETICS MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 1129 2048 Johnson Highway Eunice, LA 70535 MEDIA INFORMATION Radio Station: KVPI 92.5 FM • AM 1050 Contact/Play-by-Play Announcer: Randy Guillory Phone: (337) 363-2124 Online Streaming: www.oldies925.com Television: LSUE/TV (Charter Cable) Contact: Ron Wright Phone: (337) 550-1307 Online Streaming: lsuetv.lsue.edu Athletic Website: www.lsuebengals.net University Website: www.lsue.edu Twitter: @LSUE_Hoops

2009-2010 Media Guide 2009-10 Schedule............................................2 Quick Facts.........................................................3 2009-10 Roster................................................. 4 2009-10 TV Chart............................................5 2009-10 Outlook..............................................7 KVPI and LSUE/TV....................................... 10 Coach Michael Bari................................. 12-13 Assistant Coach Eric Hood........................14 Assistant Coach Jamien Arvie................14 Meet the Lady Bengals..........................15-34 Amelia Broussard (3).............................16-17 Amanda Fontenot (21).......................... 18-19 Sierra Goldwire (31)................................20-21 Nicollette Calvin (32)............................. 22-23 Kassie Latiolais (33)................................24-25 Jennifer Hicks (34)..................................26-27 Phyleice Beaver (4).......................................28

Shaina Howard (1)........................................29 Allison Ledoux (25)......................................30 Sydney Lemoine (23)....................................31 Erica Noel (24)................................................ 32 Ashley Qualls (20)........................................ 33 Twanisha Tillman (35)............................... 34 2008-2009 Review...................................... 35 2008-2009 Results.......................................39 2008-2009 Statistics.................................. 40 History & Records..................................60-71 All-Series.......................................................... 61 Year-by-Year....................................................63 Records..............................................................65 NJCAA Records..............................................67 All-time Roster..............................................70

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NUMERICAL ORDER 1 Shaina Howard 3 Amelia Broussard 4 Phyleice Beaver 20 Ashley Qualls 21 Amanda Fontenot 23 Sydney Lemoine 24 Erica Noel 25 Allison Ledoux 31 Sierra Goldwire 32 Nicollette Calvin 33 Kassie Latiolais 34 Jennifer Hicks 35 Twanisha Tillman

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Freshman Guard Lafayette, LA / Acadiana Sophomore Guard Kaplan, LA / Kaplan Sophomore Forward Houston, TX / Northeastern Oklahoma Freshman Guard Rayville, LA / Rayville Sophomore Point Guard Washington, LA / Opelousas Catholic Freshman Guard Cottonport, LA / St. Joe’s Freshman Forward Carencro, LA / Carencro Freshman Guard /Forward Basile, LA / Basile Sophomore Forward /Center Clyo, GA / Effingham County Sophomore Forward DeRidder, LA / Pickering Sophomore Guard Church Point, LA / Church Point Sophomore Forward Bossier City, LA / Bossier Freshman Center New Orleans, LA / Edna Karr

ALPHABETICAL ORDER 4 Phyleice Beaver 3 Amelia Broussard 32 Nicollette Calvin 21 Amanda Fontenot 31 Sierra Goldwire 34 Jennifer Hicks 1 Shaina Howard 33 Kassie Latiolais 25 Allison Ledoux 23 Sydney Lemoine 24 Erica Noel 35 Twanisha Tillman 20 Ashley Qualls

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Sophomore Forward Houston, TX /Northeastern Oklahoma Sophomore Guard Kaplan, LA / Kaplan Sophomore Forward DeRidder, LA / Pickering Sophomore Point Guard Washington, LA / Opelousas Catholic Sophomore Forward /Center Clyo, GA / Effingham County Sophomore Forward Bossier City, LA / Bossier Freshman Guard Lafayette, LA / Acadiana Sophomore Guard Church Point, LA / Church Point Freshman Guard /Forward Basile, LA / Basile Freshman Guard Cottonport, LA / St. Joe’s Freshman Forward Carencro, LA / Carencro Freshman Center New Orleans, LA / Edna Karr Freshman Guard Rayville, LA / Rayville

#31 • Sierra Goldwire CLYO, GEORGIA

#34 • Jennifer Hicks BOSSIER CITY

#20 • Ashley Qualls RAYVILLE

#23 •Sydney Lemoine

#32 • Nicollette Calvin

COTTONPORT

DERIDDER

#21 • Amanda Fontenot WASHINGTON

#25 • Allison Ledoux BASILE

#24 • Erica Noel CARENCRO

#4 • Phyleice Beaver HOUSTON, TEXAS

#35 • Twanisha Tillman NEW ORLEANS

#33 • Kassie Latiolais CHURCH POINT

#3 • Amelia Broussard KAPLAN

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Sydney Lemoine

Erica Noel

Allison Ledoux

Sierra Goldwire

Nicollette Calvin

Kassie Latiolais

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SHAINA Howard – (SHAY-na) AMELIA BROUSSARD – (ah-MEEL-ee-uh | BREW-sard) PHYLEICE BEAVER – (fey-LEESE | BEE-ver) Ashley QUALLS – ( KWALLS) Amanda FONTENOT – (FONT-uh-no) Sydney LEMOINE – (ley-MOYN) Erica NOEL – (no-L) Allison LEDOUX – (ley-DO)

SIERRA Goldwire – (SEE-air-ah) NICOLLETTE Calvin – (NICK-cole-let) Kassie LATIOLAIS – (LATCH-yo-lay) Jennifer Hicks - (as spelled) TWANISHA Tillman – (TWA-neesh-ya)

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here has been no denying the successes of the Lady Bengals the last 5 seasons. Since taking over in 2004, Michael Bari has led the Lady Bengals to over 100 victories, and also at least 19 wins per season in all but one season. Winning basketball is now the norm in Eunice. The Lady Bengals finished ranked 20th in the final NJCAA poll last season, and have been ranked at least once a season in the last six years. The team even raised their scoring average by an unprecedented 10.3 points per game to 86. That fastpaced offense not only is fun for fans, but fun for the team as well. That up-tempo strategy helped turn the season around for the Lady Bengals. After a less than desirable 2-6 start to the season, the Lady Bengals turned on the afterburners, and left them running for the rest of the campaign. The Lady Bengals scored 100+ points in 8 of their last 17 games, and were undefeated in such games. Add in a pressure-filled defense that had opponents coughing up the ball 22 times a game, and LSUE’s recipe to another victorious season will be in place. “Our offensive system has always been predicated by getting the ball up the floor and shooting the three, which has made us one of the highest scoring teams in the country over the last five years. Defensively, we’ve been able to eliminate teams from driving to the basket, and forcing

This is probably our most athletic and skilled class we’ve ever brought in.

Michael Bari them to take shots outside of their system, as well as emphasizing rebounding.” Bari said of his productive system. No longer with the team are starters Danielle Morgan, Candace Lacombe, or Quanessa Batiste. Danielle Morgan chose to end her playing career after LSU Eunice. Danielle average 6.0 points and 5.9 rebounds in all 31 games for the Bengals last season. She had 4 points and 9 rebounds in her final game with the Lady Bengals. Morgan transferred to the University of Colorado in Boulder to continue her pursuit of a degree in Accounting. Candace Lacombe transferred to McNeese State University in Lake Charles for

her sophomore season. During her time with the Lady Bengals, Candace did major damage to the record books. She easily climbed her way up LSUE’s scoring ranks, finishing tied for 4th all time with Amanda Romero with 611 points. In addition to her points, her free throw shooting for the team was impeccable. Lacombe set multiple NJCAA records after a big night at Glendale CC in December when she successfully made 21 free throws. She was 7th in the nation in scoring average at 20.4 points per game, and 1st in free throw percentage at 87 percent. Quanessa Batiste’s Lady Bengal career was short but sweet. She averaged 15.9 points per game, and also grabbed 6.7 rebounds to boot. Her value to the team came at multiple positions, as she started at point guard while Amanda Fontenot was out with an injury. She was also able to play wing positions as well as in the post. Quanessa signed a Letter of Intent in the summer to play at Dillard University in New Orleans. The Lady Bengals also lost sophomores Courtney LeBlanc and Mallory Thornton. But despite the losses, the program is not suddenly overcome with a melancholy malaise. “Even though we lost our top two scorers, I feel we’ve replaced them with some quality freshmen, and we still have three outstanding sophomores returning to fill the gap.” Bari spoke of his departing players. The program has re-


turned six sophomores from last season, which will look to improve upon an area that the team was lacking last season; clear, consistent leadership. Jennifer Hicks (Bossier City, La.), Amanda Fontenot (Washington, La.), and Sierra Goldwire (Clyo, Ga.) are returning for their second seasons with the Lady Bengals in 2009-10. All three were major contributors to the success of the team last season. Amelia Broussard (Kaplan, La.), Nicollette Calvin (DeRidder, La.), and Kassie Latiolais (Church Point, La.) also return to the program ready to bring their experience to the roster. Phyliece Beaver (Houston, Texas) transfers into LSU Eunice this season from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and adds length to the lineup. The freshman class this season is something to get excited about. “This is probably our most athletic and skilled class we’ve ever brought in. We feel they’re going to bring a lot of success on and off the floor for the Lady Bengal program” Bari remarked. Among the new signees, the first to sign on was Twanisha Tillman (New Orleans, La.). Tillman was

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highly recruited around the area, but ultimately chose LSU Eunice. Local rivals Shaina Howard (Lafayette, La.) and Erica Noel (Carencro, La.) join forces to help distribute and score. Allison Ledoux (Basile, La.) and Sydney Lemoine (Cottonport, La.) add an outside threat for the up-tempo offense. Ashley Qualls (Rayville, La.) joins the roster to add an all-around menace to other teams in all facets of the game.

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FRONTCOURT ennifer Hicks returns for the Lady Bengals, and is poised to be the team’s most productive player on the stat sheet. Hicks easily led not only her team, but the entire nation in free throw efficiency. Nationally speaking, Hicks was more visable than most JUCO players are during the course of the year. Hicks spent most of the year ranked in the upper echelon of her most productive categories. Hicks not only broke the school record for free-throws made and attempted, but she ranked first in attempts and second in makes in the NJCAA. Hicks is also on the fast track to break Casey Broussard record of 76 blocks in

a career at LSU Eunice. She recorded 72 blocks in just her first season, so you can expect that record to fall very early in the year. She also facilitates what makes Bari’s offense unique, the outside threat. Hicks finished third on the team last season with 41 three-point field goals, much more than the usual power forward. “Jen will end up being one of the best players to ever come through our program. Jen has put a lot of hard work and dedication into her game, and possesses great athletic ability. Her strength and speed enables her to get to the basket like no other Lady Bengal we’ve had in the past. Jen is a great example on and off the floor of what we want our players to be like.” Bari observed about his MVP from last season. Sierra Goldwire returns and looks to improve upon an up and down season. Goldwire’s games were either a huge mark on the box score or barely a mention at all. Her career high’s are 26 points and 15 rebounds, and the potential is definetly there for her to have a doubledouble in per game averages. Goldwire has worked all summer on improving her outside shot and turnaround jumper, and she looks forward to trying out her much improved facets of her game this winter. “Sierra is extremely athletic, and brings a true post presence to our program. She is an outstanding rebounder and runs the floor extremely well. One of her biggest attributes is that she can step outside and shoot the ball as well. Sierra is a quality student on and off the floor, and serves our program well.” Bari spoke of Sierra. Nicollette Calvin returns to reprise her role as a defensive forward. Calvin found herself in the lineup more and more as the season progressed because of the hard work she displayed on the floor Incoming freshman Twanisha Tillman is a hybrid player who stands above six feet tall, but can play both inside and out. Tillman, a graduate of Edna Karr High School in New Orleans, could be a potential starter at just about any position. “Twanisha is one of our better recruits that we’ve had here at LSU Eunice. She is somebody that is going to fill the scoring void for us, and bring versatility to our program. She can shoot from the outside, but she is also dominating around the basket.” Bari said of Tillman. Erica Noel looks to be the same type of threat for the Lady Bengals, with the ability to be a swing forward, or a low post

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mismatch. Noel was the leading scorer for her Carencro Bears High School team, and has the confidence to do the same for LSU Eunice. “Erica is one of the hardest workers we’ve had come through our program. Erica has a keen sense of focus and determination and is another player we count on to be a force both inside and outside the arc. Erica’s specialty is her on-ball defense which will be an asset to us over the course of the season.” Bari said of Noel. Phyleice Beaver transfers in from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College to not only expand upon her enormous potential, but also to live closer to home. Phyleice’s has family in Eunice, and was a major factor in her choice to transfer to LSU Eunice. Phyleice in limited minutes at NEO showed potential to be a major supplier to this team.

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BACKCOURT he leader of the backcourt is sophomore point guard Amanda Fontenot, who averaged 6.2 points per game last year. She was fifth in the NJCAA in assists per game and led the Lady Bengals in assist-to-turnover ratio. Fontenot’s 154 total assists put her in 4th place all-time for an LSU Eunice player. Amanda could potentially give former Lady Bengal Michele Yawn a run for her money, as Fontenot will slowly climb the rankings for all-time assist leader. Amanda missed 7 games last season after an unfortunate knee injury in the SWABC Super Scrimmage in Carrollton, Texas. Fontenot is looking to improve upon not only her game, but her physical well-being as well. Her summer regiment consisted of a healthy dose of shooting and conditioning, which she believes will take her to the next level. “Amanda is a solid and steady point guard that makes our team go. It’s no mistake that when she returned from injury last year, we started our midseason run towards the playoffs. We are counting on Amanda to lead our team the whole season, throughout the playoffs and beyond. Amanda exemplifies what our program is all about, and she excels in the classroom, community, and on the floor.” Bari commented about his point guard. Joining Amanda in the backcourt are returning sophomores Amelia Broussard and Kassie Latiolais. Broussard took the spot of Fontenot in the lineup in the early

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Michael Bari games last season, and she proved her leadership valuable. Amelia was named a captain in the offseason, and has been showing the freshman the ropes of how to be a successful college basketball player on and off the court. Kassie Latiolais returns to help keep the defense spread out. Latiolais was mainly used in a shooter role last season, hitting 13 three-pointers in 8.2 minutes per game. She made progress over the course of the season and played in NJCAA District Tournament. Allison Ledoux joins the Lady Bengals from just down the road in Basile, Louisiana. A onetime rival of the Eunice sports culture, she joins LSUE as a deep threat, and as someone who can play multiple positions. Ledoux was named to the All-District first team as well as the AllDefensive first team in her senior year. “Allison is a sharp-shooter and hardnosed defender that will pay valuable dividends for us this season. She brings another on-ball defender and player that will play into our defensive scheme.” Bari said of Ledoux. Shaina Howard enters the Lady Bengal program from Acadiana High School in Lafayette, Louisiana. Howard brings the program a change-of-pace point guard to help keep the defenses on their toes. Howard’s track star speed and ball handling skills are what attracted the coaching staff, and she hopes to prove she’s more than just lightning quick. The Lady Bengal backcourt is supplemented by freshmen Ashley Qualls and Sydney Lemoine. Qualls, who hails from Rayville, Louisiana, brings a post player in a guard’s body. Qualls has the ability

to jump out of the gym, and grab any rebound within her reach. Sydney Lemoine joins the team from Cottonport, Louisiana. Lemoine, a scrappy guard, brings another deadly outside threat to Bari’s repertoire. Lemoine also ran track for her high school team, which should help her have a step up on her opponents. THE SCHEDULE The Lady Bengal schedule has been set, and includes games all across the nation. The full 30 game slate has 12 games scheduled in Eunice, and 18 on the road. The season begins on the road for the Lady Bengals in Cuthbert, Georgia, as the squad looks to complete the back-end of a home-and-home series with Andrew College. In the first game of the series during last season, the Lady Bengals defeated Andrew 91-44. After returning home, LSU Eunice will play its only two home games in 2009 back-to-back. The first of two games will be played Nov. 6 vs. Allen County Community College. Allen lost an overtime thriller to LSU Eunice last season, which

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sparked a hot streak in which the Lady Bengals won six of the following eight games they played. The second game will be played against Butler Community College. This will be the first meeting between the two schools. Both schools are traveling to Louisiana from Kansas. A long road trip ensues after the quick home showcase, where LSU Eunice will play seven games in eleven days. Participating in two tournaments in Oklahoma and Kansas, as well as stops in Missouri and Texas along the way help populate the densely packed journey. The voyage begins in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, as the Lady Bengals are set to participate in the Murray State Classic Tournament. As the name implies, the tournament will be held at Murray State College, where the Bengals lost a heartbreaker 66-68 last season. LSU Eunice will be playing three games in the tournament; the first opponent is Hill College. Under Bari’s direction, LSU Eunice has gone undefeated in two games versus the Hill Rebels. The two other game’s opponents have yet to be determined as they are based on the outcomes of the

first and second rounds of games. After a quick stop in Keene, Texas to face Southwestern Adventist University, the Lady Bengals take on their second tournament challenge. The Blue & Gold Tournament held annually at Highland Community College in Highland, Kansas will host a two game guaranteed bracket. The first opponent will be North Platte Community College, while the second opponent will be determined by the outcomes of the first round of games. As the calendar reaches its final days, the Lady Bengals make their annual trip west, and this season they will return to Arizona. Among the opponents in the Grand Canyon State is Pima Community College, who had a resurgent year in 2008-09, and finished third in the NJCAA Tournament. Next is Glendale Community College, who was part of one of the most thrilling games in LSU Eunice history. The fast-pace offenses of both teams resulted in a 106-105 final score, with the Lady Bengals coming out on top after taking the lead in the final seconds of the game. The Fighting Artichokes of Scottsdale Community College are once

again schedule to play, as well as South Mountain Community College. The year 2010 will be brought in with a home game against Murray State, in a potential rematch from earlier in the season during Murray’s home tournament. Mississippi Gulf Coast will also take part in the LSU Eunice New Year’s Classic. Baton Rouge Community College in its inaugural season with women’s basketball are on the schedule twice against the Lady Bengals Regular opponents Delgado Community College, Southern University Shreveport, Mountain View College and Jacksonville help finish the back-end of the Lady Bengals schedule. Michael Bari knows what it takes to be respected. A tough schedule is always something that is praised by pollsters, and he agrees that the schedule is of the highest quality in the nation. “Our schedule is one of the more competitive schedules we’ve had. Being an independent, it’s difficult to balance the home and away games, and as usual we will be traveling to get our schedule complete.” “Our trip to Arizona will enable us to play the highly ranked Pima CC. A threegame tournament at Murray State will provide solid, Division I competition. A lengthy trip to Highland, Kansas will give us an opportunity to play some Division II teams. Our fall classic is one of the best we’ve compiled over the last five years bringing in Butler CC and Southwest Tennessee, both very competitive programs. Our New Year’s Classic brings an up and coming team in Murray State and an always athletic rival in Mississippi Gulf Coast CC.” “Our postseason will be one of the most difficult in the last five years, now having to win two games in Oklahoma, and then traveling to Wichita, Kansas to earn a berth to the NJCAA nationals.”

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Head Coach Michael Bari Sixth Year at LSU Eunice (103-55)

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ichael Bari enters his sixth season as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Louisiana State University Eunice, and has led the Lady Bengals to a finish in the final four at the 2007 National Junior College Athletic Association National Tournament. In his time with LSU Eunice, he has won over 100 games in five seasons, and 4 postseason appearances in five years, including the aforementioned National Tournament berth. His record with LSU Eunice stands at 103-55. Bari was hired as the second Head Coach in program history in August 2004. Bari’s first coaching experience came after he was brought on to be a graduate assistant for the East Stroudsburg University Baseball team. Bari’s graduate experience proved valuable in his development as a coach. While at ESU, Bari served as the assistant baseball coach and pitching coach for the NCAA Division II program. Bari led a rotation that included the Pitcher of the Year in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, and three seven-game winners in a season which had the Warriors participating in the NCAA Division II South Atlantic Regional in 1985. In addition to his work on the playing fields, Bari worked hard in the classroom. In 1986, his hard work paid off, and he was awarded his Masters in Education degree. From East Stroudsburg, Bari moved on to Penn State University - Behrend College campus in 1986. As the Head Baseball Coach, Bari took over a program in transition, going from a NJCAA program to an NCAA Division III program. He also was Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach for the PSU-Behrend Lady Lions team, Intramural Supervisor, and Health/Physical Education instructor for the university. He also served as radio play-by-play announcer for WPSE 1450-AM and called games for the Men’s Basketball team among other events. After four years with Penn State – Behrend, Bari accepted his first head coaching position in the sport of basketball.

Bari was hired at Alderson Broaddus College in Phillipi, West Virginia in 1990. As the Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Bari led the Battlers to a 10-17 record and a West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament berth. Bari also assisted with the women’s volleyball program, taught courses in the Health/Physical Education Department and started a club softball team for the campus’ student population. After spending one season at Alderson Broaddus, Bari returned home to Pennsylvania. Bari was brought in to be the Head Baseball Coach and Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Gannon University. Gannon, an NCAA D-II institution in Erie, Pennsylvania, is located just minutes away from where Bari grew up. He led the Golden Knights Baseball program to a school record 23 wins in his final season. In his first season as an assistant for the Lady Knights Basketball team, Bari helped bring the team back to their winning ways. After finishing 13-13 in 1992, it was the first .500+ season for the Lady Knights since 1988. During Bari’s tenure, he also served as a member of the NCAA Central Atlantic Regional Selection Committee for two years. In 1995, Bari decided that he wanted to leave coaching to spend more time

with his wife and kids, and moved to Scottsdale, Arizona. While there, he was the owner of Advantage Sports Consulting. At ASC, Bari ran individual and small group clinics for young baseball and basketball players. He also was a seminar director for elderly groups and helped them with health related issues and raising their awareness in general wellness. Bari has taken these core values he taught to the groups, and relates that to his student-athletes, to help them lead healthier lifestyles after basketball. In 2001, Bari accepted an offer to become the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely, Colorado. Bari served as an assistant for one season under former Head Coach Paul Conrad after he announced his retirement. During his time at CNCC, Bari’s skills in athletics were shown in the variety of positions he held. Among his assignments at the school, Bari was the Athletic Director, Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach, Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Head Volleyball Coach, and Head of the Physical Education. He also held the positions of NJCAA Region XVIII Women’s Assistant Executive Director and Scenic West Athletic Conference Basketball/Golf Chairperson. After leaving Colorado, Bari joined the Lady Bengals Basketball program. Bari’s

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Hometown: Erie, Pennsylvania Education: West Virginia Wesleyan College B.S. East Stroudsburg University M/Ed. Family: Wife Kelle, sons Steven (20), Matthew (17) College Coaching Experience East Stroudsburg University 1984-1986 Penn State University-Behrend College 1986-1990 Alderson Broadus College, 1990-1991 Gannon University, 1991-1995 Colorado Northwestern Community College, 2001-2003 Louisiana State University Eunice 2004-present


first season saw the Lady Bengals set a school record with 19 wins, the first winning season in school history. LSU Eunice also won their first round district playoff game against Johnson County Community College 57-53. The Lady Bengals fell short of an NJCAA Division II National Tournament bid with a loss to North Arkansas College 95-92. On February 5th, 2008, Bari coached in his 100th win with the Lady Bengals after defeating Delgado Community College 81-69. During his LSU Eunice career, Bari has won 65% of his games with the Lady Bengals. In his time at LSU Eunice, Bari has not only tried to recruit great athletes, but also great students as well. During his five seasons, his student-athletes have earned a cumulative 3.02 grade point average. In 2008-09, his team’s hard work was honored, being named a National Academic All-American team with a team GPA of 3.37

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Bari’s Record vs. All Opponents Alabama Southern ...................Lost 1............ 3 - 1 Allen County ...........................Won 1.............1 - 0 Andrew ....................................Won 2.............2 - 0 Angelina ..................................Lost 4.............0 - 4 Arkansas Baptist . ....................Lost 1.............1 - 1 Barksdale AFB . ........................Won 3.............3 - 0 Bevil State . .............................Won 1.............1 - 0 Blinn . ......................................Lost 1.............0 - 1 Brown Mackie . ........................Won 1.............1 - 0 Chandler - Gilbert ....................Lost 1.............0 - 1 Clinton JC ................................Won 1.............1 - 0 Columbia St. . ..........................Lost 1.............0 - 1 Delgado . ...............................Won 11.......... 12 - 1 Dodge City ...............................Lost 1.............0 - 1 East Los Angeles ......................Won 1.............1 - 0 Faulkner ..................................Won 1.............1 - 0 Florida CC - Jacksonville ..........Lost 1.............0 - 1 Glendale . ................................Won 1.............1 - 0 Hesston ...................................Won 1.............1 - 0 Hill ..........................................Won 2.............2 - 0 Jacksonville TX . ...................... Lost 3.............1 - 3

Johnson County ...................... Won 1.............3 - 1 Jones County .......................... Won 1.............1 - 0 Kankakee ............................... Lost 1.............0 - 1 Kansas Wesleyan .................... Won 1.............1 - 0 Kilgore . .................................. Won 1 ...........1 - 0 LA All Stars ............................. Won 2.............4 - 1 Lon Morris .............................. Won 1.............1 - 1 Los Angeles Harbor ................. Won 1.............1 - 0 Louisiana College ................... Won 1.............1 - 0 Louisiana Ladies . ................... Won 1.............4 - 0 Meridian . ............................... Won 1.............1 - 1 Miss. Gulf Coast . .................... Won 2.............3 - 3 Mountain View . .................... Won 10.......... 10 - 0 Murray State . ......................... Lost 1.............0 - 1 North Arkansas ....................... Lost 2.............0 - 2 North Florida CC ..................... Won 2.............2 - 0 Odessa ................................... Lost 1.............0 - 1 Panola . .................................. Won 1.............1 - 4 Paris . ..................................... Lost 2.............0 - 2 Pensacola . ............................. Lost 2.............1 - 5 Pima . ..................................... Lost 1.............2 - 1

Potomac St. WVU .................... Won 1.............1 - 0 Redlands ................................ Won 2.............2 - 0 San Antonio ............................ Won 5.............5 - 0 San Jacinto ............................ Won 2.............6 - 3 Santa Fe . ............................... Lost 1.............0 - 1 Scottsdale .............................. Won 1.............1 - 0 Shorter ................................... Won 4.............4 - 0 South Mountain . .................... Won 2.............2 - 0 Southern - Shreveport ............ Won 4.............8 - 4 SW Christian ........................... Won 2.............2 - 0 SW Tenn. . ............................... Lost 1.............0 - 1 Tallahassee . ........................... Won 1.............1 - 0 Tinker AFB . ............................. Won 1.............1 - 0 Trinity Valley . .......................... Lost 2.............0 - 2 Volunteer St. ........................... Lost 1.............0 - 1 Wallace - Selma ..................... Lost 1.............0 - 1 Weatherford . .......................... Lost 1.............1 - 1 LSU EUNICE RECORD........... 103-53

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Assistant Coach ERIC HOOD Fourth Year with the Lady Bengals

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ric Hood enters his fourth campaign with the Lady Bengals. Hood was hired as an assistant in 2006 to fill the position vacated when Terrence McCutcheon resigned following the 2005-06 season. In his first year with the Lady Bengals, Hood brought in his knowledge of the local basketball scene to help the Lady Bengals ascend to the top. Hood assisted head coach Michael Bari in bringing the Lady Bengals to their best regular season finish in school history in 2006-07. He also helped usher the squad to the 2007 NJCAA National Tournament in Phoenix, Arizona. Hood joined the Lady Bengals following six years of coaching at Live Oak High School in Watson, Louisiana. While at Live Oak, Hood was a key cog in the

entire athletic department. Hood was the Head Girls Basketball Coach for the Lady Eagles. He also served as the boy’s basketball coach prior to working full time with the girl’s squad. Hood served as an assistant coach as well on the Live Oak football team for all six years. Hood managed game statistics as well as coordinating game film. Hood also held the position of Weight Room Coordinator, and helped get the student-athletes to their peak strength potential. Outside of Live Oak, Hood was a counselor at the LSU Sue Gunter and Pokey Chatman basketball summer camps. He also helped coach future Lady Bengals such as Michele Yawn, Kayla Armstrong, and Natalie Engler as the head coach of the Livingston Ladies AAU team. Hood, a native of Watson, Louisiana,

also attended Live Oak High School. While there, he was an All-District and All-Livingston Parish selection during his career on the basketball team. A multisport star, he also was a two-way football player; starting at both cornerback, and leading the team at quarterback. Hood also played baseball and ran track for the Eagles. A highlight of his playing career was playing under local legend Eddie Vaughn. Vaughn has coached many levels of basketball, and selected Hood to play in the International Sports Challenge team in Europe where they took the bronze medal. Eric chose to end his playing days, and attended school at Southeastern University in Hammond, Louisiana. Eric’s parents are Micia and James Hood, who continue to call Watson home. Both are fans of the Lady Bengals, and are frequent attendees of LSU Eunice basketball games.

Assistant Coach JamiEN ARVIE First Year with the Lady Bengals • Lady Bengal Alumna Jamien Arvie is entering her first season at Louisiana State University Eunice as an Assistant Basketball Coach for the Lady Bengals. She is very excited to once again be part of the program, and working with her former coaching staff, Head Coach Michael Bari and Assistant Eric Hood. Jamien hails from Chataignier, Louisiana, only nine miles away from Eunice. Jamien’s parents, Jimmy and Angelia Arvie, still live in her hometown. Two of her three younger brothers are in middle school and high school, and the oldest currently attends Grambling State University. Jamien graduated from Ville Platte High School, and was teammates with former Lady Bengal Renotta Edwards. Throughout her time as a Bulldog, Jamien earned many awards for both basketball and softball, as well as many academic

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awards as well. It was this level of achievement that garnered the attention of Coach Michael Bari. Jamien signed on to play with the Lady Bengals in 2005, along with a talented freshman class that was hailed as one of the most talented groups in school history. In her sophomore season, Jamien ascended as the de facto captain of the team, and kept a watchful eye over the freshmen. This leadership ability translated on the floor as well, as she played a big part in the team’s record 27 win season and National Tournament appearance. Jamien was among the top 5 in Field Goal percentage during the tournament and assited in the team’s highest national finish in their short history. Her hard work off the floor paid off, and she graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Business Management, and signed to play with the Lady Pilots of

LSU Shreveport. Her time at LSU Shreveport proved to be just as fruitful, as she helped take her club to their first National Tournament in the NAIA. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in English, and is planning to continue her education in the future. Jamien is extremely excited to be back home to begin her coaching career in a friendly and familiar environment and hopes that all she has learned will help bring the Lady Bengals continued success now, and into the future.


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Steven Bari Student Assistant

Victoria Lamonte Team Manger

Amber Sheridan Team Manager

Van Reed Director of Public Relations

Angel Simar Public Relations Student Assistant

Donald Alfred Game Day Manager

athletic training staff Michael Driggs, MSc, PT, ATC, and Lee Miller, MPT, provide athletic training services to LSU Eunice through RehabXcel Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. RehabXcel of Eunice provides occupational therapy, speech therapy, aquatic therapy and physical therapy in addition to athletic training. Driggs, co-owner of RehabXcel, is a graduate of LSU and the University of Mobile Graduate School of Physical Therapy. He is a certified clinical instructor with the LSU Physical Therapy school and Missouri State University. He, and RehabXcel are also actively involved with providing athletic training services to local high school sport teams. Miller, who provides medical assistance at high school football games, is a graduate of LSU and the LSU Health Sciences Center. He and the rest of the RehabXcel staff, assist with high school athletic physicals each year. RehabXcel can be found online at htttp://www.rehabxcelpt.com.

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Amelia Broussard E

5-5 • Sophomore • Guard • Kaplan, Louisiana • Kaplan High School

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BROUSSARD’s Career Highs

As a Freshman: Played in 26 games … Started 4 games … Averaged 2.0 points, 1.5 assists, 1.5 rebounds per game … Scored a career-high 10 points vs. Delgado on 2/16/09 … Named captain following conclusion of season … Named to NJCAA All-Academic team. Prior to college: Named to All-District Team all four years of high school … Named to the All-Defensive Team in

2007-08 … Helped lead Kaplan High School to District Championships in 2005 and 2008. Personal: Ameila Blake Broussard … Born 6-21-1990 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Kinesiology.

Points 10 FGA 7 FGM 4 3FGA 4 3FGM 2 FTA 6 FTM 4 Rebounds 6 Assists 7 Blocks 0 Steals 2

vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) at Meridian (11/17/08) at Meridian (11/17/08) at Tinker (11/23/08) at Tinker (11/23/08) (two times)

2008-2009 STATISTICS GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA 3PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G 26 4 262 10.1 18 52 .346 3 21 .143 13 17 .765 22 18 40 1.5 31 38 35 0 7 52 2.0

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Favorite pro team: Boston Celtics Favorite pro athlete: Kevin Garnett Favorite school subject: Math Favorite band/musician: Sarah Evans Favorite book: Max My biggest inspiration is: My cousin Casey Broussard

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Favorite basketball memory: Beating Glendale 106-105 last year If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Sports Illustrated If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Diana Taurasi, Allen Webb, and Michael Jordan Why I chose my number: My high school number was 34 and it was taken so I chose 3 because it is a part of 34 My nickname is: Mil My advice to a young athlete is: Practice makes perfect My hidden talent: Crabbing My favorite ice cream flavor is: Red velvet My dream job is: College basketball coach My favorite class at LSU Eunice: Dr. Oubre’s history My favorite quote is: “Character is built when no one is looking” City, state, or country you’d most like to visit: Hawaii Best thing about your sport: Teaches discipline which helps prepare for life outside of sports Awards earned while at LSU Eunice (academic and athletic): NJCAA Academic All-American; Chancellor’s List 15


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Amanda FONTENOT E

5-5 • Sophomore • Guard • Washington, Louisiana • Opelousas Catholic High School

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As a freshman: Played in 24 games … Started in 20 games … Missed 7 games due to a knee injury … Scored 6.2 points in 25 minutes per game … Recorded 6.4 assists per game, ranking 5th in the nation … Recorded a triple-double vs. Mountain View on 1/16/09 with 10 assists and career highs in points (14) and rebounds

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(10) … Recorded career-high 13 assists vs. Meridian on 2/18/09 … 154 assists ranks 4th all-time in LSU Eunice history … Wore #1 last season. Prior to college: Named to AllDistrict Team in 2008 … Named to All-Parish team in 2008 … Named Opelousas Catholic Team MVP in 2008 … 5th All-time leading scorer at

Opelousas Catholic with 1,123 points … Named to All-District team in 2007 … Named Team MVP in 2007 … Named to All-District team in 2006 … Named to All-Parish team in 2006 … Named Team MVP in 2006 Personal: Amanda Catherine Fontenot … Born 11-14-1989 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Kinesiology

2008-2009 STATISTICS GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA 3PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G 24 20 588 24.5 46 129 .357 14 58 .241 42 64 .656 41 57 98 4.1

PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G 53 154 60 1 49 148 6.2


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Favorite pro team: LA Sparks Favorite pro athlete: Candace Parker Favorite school subject: History Favorite band/musician: Sugarland Favorite book: Harry Potter Favorite movie: Remember the Titans My biggest inspiration is: My family One word to describe your game: Scrappy

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If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Sports Illustrated Why I chose my number: It was my high school number My nickname is: Hug My advice to a young athlete is: Work hard and don’t let others define your limits My hidden talent: Cooking My favorite class at LSU Eunice: Psychology Most embarrassing song on my iPod is: “Funkytown” by Alvin and the Chipmunks My current cell phone ring tone is: “Follow Me” by Uncle Kracker My goals after college are: To be the head coach at a championship program City, state, or country you’d most like to visit: Italy Best thing about your sport: It can never be rained out. Fontenot’’s Career Highs

Points FGA FGM 3FGA 3FGM FTA FTM Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

14 12 5 8 3 10 8 10 13 1 6

at Mountain View (01/16/09) vs Angelina (2/14/09) (two times) vs Angelina (2/14/09) vs Delgado CC (01/13/09) at San Jacinto (12/03/08) at San Jacinto (12/03/08) at Mountain View (01/16/09) vs. Meridian CC (02/18/09) vs. Johnson County (03/06/09) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09)

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sierra goldwire E

6-2 • Sophomore • Forward/Center • Clyo, Georgia • Effingham County High School

2 0 0 9 • 2 0 1 0 L A D Y B E N G A L S

GOLDWIRE’s Career Highs

As a Freshman: Played in all but 2 games … Started 8 games … Averaged 8.1 points and 8.0 rebounds in 19 minutes per game … Recorded 28 blocks, fifth most in LSU Eunice history … Scored a career-high 26 points vs. Louisiana Ladies on 1/24/09 Prior to college: Named team captain of Effingham County High School in 2008 … MVP and All-Region in 2007 18

and 2008 … Named Best Rebounder in 2007 … Named to All-State Tournament in 2007 … Named Most Improved Player in 2006 … Named to varsity during Sophomore season … Junior Varsity MVP in 2005 Personal: Sierra Shonte’ Goldwire … Born 11-2-1989 … Right-handed … Enrolled in General Studies

Points FGA FGM 3FGA 3FGM FTA FTM Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

26 18 11 2 0 6 4 15 3 5 5

vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09) vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) (three times) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09) at Mountain View (01/16/09) (two times) at Delgado CC (02/05/09) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09)

2008-2009 STATISTICS GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA 3PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G 29 8 547 18.9 106 237 .447 0 4 .000 24 56 .429 84 148 232 8.0 78 17 45 28 25 236 8.1


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Favorite pro team: Los Angeles Sparks Favorite pro athlete: Candace Parker Favorite school subject: Math My biggest inspiration is: My grandma One word to describe your game: Talented Favorite basketball memory: Last year when I got on a plane for the first time to fly to Arizona!

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If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: My grandma, Michelle Obama, and Oprah Winfrey Why I chose my number: Candace Parker is 3 and I just put a one behind it My advice to a young athlete is: Never give up on what you want out of life My hidden talent: Dance, softball, tag football, and track My favorite ice cream flavor is: Cookie dough My dream job is: Pediatrician My favorite class at LSU Eunice: Elementary Statistics Most embarrassing song on my iPod is: “A Whole New World”-Aladdin theme song My current cell phone ring tone is: You’re a Jerk City, state, or country you’d most like to visit: Puerto Rico Best thing about your sport: Traveling, always having a family

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nicollette calvin

5-8 • Sophomore • Forward • Deridder, Louisiana • Pickering High School

2 0 0 9 • 2 0 1 0 L A D Y B E N G A L S

Calvin’s Career Highs

As a freshman: Played in 29 games … Started 2 games … Scored 2.0 points per game … Grabbed 60 rebounds … Scored a career-high 8 against Delgado Community College and against the Louisiana Ladies. Prior to college: Named Female Athlete of the Year by Pickering High School in 2008 … Team captain in ju 20

GP GS MIN AVG 29 2 234 8.1

nior and senior seasons … Named Rosepine Tournament MVP in 2007 … Named to All-Vernon Parish team in 2007 … Named to All District Team in 2005-2007. Personal: Nicollette DeLease Calvin … Born 7-23-1990 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Education.

Points FGA FGM 3FGA 3FGM FTA FTM Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

8 7 3 3 1 4 2 6 3 0 3

(two times) (two times) (four times) vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) (three times) vs Delgado CC (02/16/09) (three times) at Mountain View (01/17/09) vs Andrew (10/31/08) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09)

2008-2009 STATISTICS FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA 3PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G 23 83 .277 3 9 .333 12 30 .400 26 34 60 2.1 38 13 24 0 18 61 2.1


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Favorite pro team: LA Sparks Favorite pro athlete: Candice Wiggins Favorite school subject: English Favorite band/musician: Lil’ Wayne Favorite book: Warriors Don’t Cry by Melba Beals Favorite movie: Love and Basketball My biggest inspiration is: My entire family

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One word to describe your game: Psychological If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Seventeen My advice to a young athlete is: Always go hard and treat practice like a game My hidden talent: I’m a poet My favorite ice cream flavor is: Cookies and Cream My dream job is: WNBA Star My favorite class at LSU Eunice: Louisiana History w/ Oubre Most embarrassing song on my iPod is: “Colors of the Wind” in Pocahontas My current cell phone ring tone is: “Best I Ever Had” by Drake My goals after college are: Continue playing basketball and later on become an English teacher/ basketball coach Best thing about your sport: It’s nonstop, I love the rush and intensity

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kassie Latiolais E

5-8 • Sophomore • Guard • Church Point, Louisiana • Church Point High School

2 0 0 9 • 2 0 1 0 L A D Y B E N G A L S

LATIOLAIS’ Career Highs

As a freshman: Played in 25 games … Started in one game … Averaged 2.2 points in 8 minutes per game … Scored a career-high 10 points vs. Louisiana Ladies 1/31/09. Prior to college: Helped lead Church Point to the 2008 State Playoffs. Personal: Kassie Maryanna Latiolais … Born 7-25-1990 … Right-handed 22

GP GS MIN AVG 25 1 206 8.2

… Enrolled in Health Care Management.

Points 10 FGA 9 FGM 4 3FGA 6 3FGM 2 FTA 2 FTM 1 Rebounds 3 Assists 2 Blocks 1 Steals 2

vs Louisiana Ladies (01/31/09) at Mountain View (01/16/09) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/31/09) (three times) (three times) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09) vs Louisiana Ladies (01/24/09) at Mountain View (01/17/09) (five times) at South Mountain (12/19/08) (two times)

2008-2009 STATISTICS FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA 3PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G 20 78 .256 13 62 .210 1 2 .500 10 12 22 0.9 33 19 19 1 10 54 2.2


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Favorite pro team: Phoenix Mercury Favorite pro athlete: Diana Taurasi Favorite school subject: Physical Education Favorite book: The Bible Favorite movie: Malibu’s Most Wanted My biggest inspiration is: God One word to describe your game: Intense

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Favorite basketball memory: Defeating Meridian last year. If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Diana Taurasi, Paul Walker, Chad Michael Murray. Why I chose my number: It was Larry Bird’s number My advice to a young athlete is: Dream Big! My hidden talent: I can cook My favorite ice cream flavor is: Cake batter My favorite class a LSU Eunice: Psychology with Dr. Narby. My favorite quote is: “You miss 100% of the shots you never take” Most embarrassing song on my iPod is: Getcha Head in the Game-High School Musical My current cell phone ring tone is: “Successful” by Drake My goals after college are: To own and operate my own nursing home City, state, or country you’d most like to visit: New York Best thing about your sport: It’s never too late to make something happen. Awards earned while at LSU Eunice (academic and athletic): Chancellors list Summer 2008 23


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jennifer hicks E

6-0 • Sophomore • Forward • Bossier City, Louisiana • Bossier High School

2 0 0 9 • 2 0 1 0 L A D Y B E N G A L S

As a Freshman: Played in all 31 games … Started in 30 games … Tied NJCAA records for free throws after hitting 21-21 vs. Meridian 2/18/09 … Averaged 15.3 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks in 28 minutes per game … 2nd LSU Eunice All-time block leader with 72 (4 shy of record, Casey Broussard 76) … Shot LSU Eunice record 188

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made free-throws at 75 percent … Ranked 2nd in Nation in free throws made and 1st in attempts … 75 percent free throws ranked 41st in nation … Scored career-high 35 points vs. Merdian 2/18/09 … Grabbed career-high 19 rebounds and blocked career-high 8 shots vs. Mississippi Gulf Coast on 1/2/09 … Named Team MVP … Named

captain for 2009. Named Pre-Season All-American (2nd Team) in 2009. Prior to college: Named to All-District Team in 2008 … Named All-City in 2008 … Named to All-District team in 2004-2007. Personal: Jennifer Gabrielli Hicks … Born 2-22-1990 … Right-handed … Enrolled in General Studies.

2008-2009 STATISTICS GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA 3PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G 31 30 860 27.8 122 329 .371 41 109 .376 188 251 .749 86 186 272 8.8 76 33 94 72 21 473 15.3


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Favorite pro team: Boston Celtics Favorite pro athlete: Chris “Birdman” Anderson Favorite school subject: English Favorite book: Fly on the Wall Favorite movie: Love and Basketball/Friday My biggest inspiration is: My mom and brother One word to describe your game: Savvy

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Favorite basketball memory: Beating Meridian last year and going 21/21 from the free throw line If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Cosmo Girl If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Cam Gigandet, Channing Tatum, and J.J. Redick Why I chose my number: It chose me My nickname is: Whitemagic My hidden talent: I can write poetry My favorite ice cream flavor is: Cookie dough My dream job is: Personal trainer My favorite class at LSU Eunice: Psychology My favorite quote is:”The best life lessons are the mistakes you don’t regret” Most embarrassing song on my iPod is: Aqua- I’m a Barbie Girl Best thing about your sport: The excitement on game days HICKS’ Career Highs

Points FGA FGM 3FGA 3FGM FTA FTM Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

35 19 9 7 4 21 21 19 4 8 2

vs. Meridian CC (2/18/09) vs. Meridian CC (2/18/09) at Mountain View (1/16/09) (three times) (two times) vs. Meridian CC (2/18/09) vs. Meridian CC (2/18/09) vs Miss. Gulf Coast (01/2/09) vs. Meridian CC (2/18/09) vs Miss. Gulf Coast (01/2/09) (five times)

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Phyleice Beaver E

5-11 • Sophomore • Forward • Houston, Texas • Willowridge High School | Northeastern Oklahoma

2 0 0 9 • 2 0 1 0 L A D Y B E N G A L S

As a freshman: Played at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College … Played in 17 games … Transferred to LSU Eunice in August 2009 Prior to college: Named All-District Honorable Mention in 2008 … Named Co-Captain and Hardest worker at Willowridge High School during her senior season … Named Academic AllDistrict all four years of high school … Named to Varisity Roster as a freshman Personal: Phyleice Danielle Beaver … Born 8-13-1990 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Sports Medicine 26

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If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Jesus, My grand-father, and Candace Parker

Favorite pro team: Houston Rockets

Why I chose my number: Same number I had in high school

PHYLEICE

Favorite pro athlete: Lisa Leslie Favorite school subject: Math Favorite basketball memory: My senior year when we went 3 rounds in the playoffs If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Sports Illustrated

My nickname is: Phe Phe My hidden talent: I can make myself burp My favorite ice cream flavor is: Chocolate Chip My dream job is: To be a sports trainer on any pro athletic team


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Shaina Howard

5-5 • Freshman • Guard • Lafayette, Louisiana • Acadiana High School

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Prior to college: Named to AllDefensive team in 2009 … Named All District Honorable Mention in 2008 … Named to All-VC Tournament Team in 2008 Personal: Shaina Raquel Howard … Born 7-6-1991 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Business Management

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Favorite pro team: Suns Favorite pro athlete: Steve Nash

If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Sports Illustrated If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Steve Nash, Martin Luther King Jr., and Barack Obama

Favorite school subject: Math

Why I chose my number: I want to be the #1 person I can be

Favorite band/musician: Lil’ Wayne

My hidden talent: I can play the drums

Favorite book: Black and White

My favorite ice cream flavor is: Vanilla

Favorite movie: Glory Road

My current cell phone ring tone is: Remember the Name

My biggest inspiration is: My mom

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Allison Ledoux E

5-7 • Freshman • Guard • Basile, Louisiana • Basile High School

2 0 0 9 • 2 0 1 0 L A D Y B E N G A L S

Prior to college: Named to All-District Team during sophomore, junior, and senior seasons at Basile High … Named to 2nd All-defensive team in junior season … Named to 1st team All-Defense in 2008 … Signed with LSU Eunice in May 2009. Personal: Allison Kate Ledoux … Born 7-11-1991 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Education.

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Favorite pro team: Lakers Favorite pro athlete: Kobe Bryant

If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Seventeen If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Brad Pitt, Zac Efron, and Taylor Swift My nickname is: Sneak

Favorite band/musician: Lil’ Wayne

My advice to a young athlete is: If you believe, then you will achieve

Favorite movie: Coach Carter

My hidden talent: Dancing

My biggest inspiration is: My parents

My favorite ice cream flavor is: Strawberry

One word to describe your game: Quick

My dream job is: To be a professional dancer


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Sydney Lemoine

5-3 • Freshman • Guard • Cottonport, Louisiana • Saint Joseph’s High School

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Prior to college: Varsity player for St. Joe’s since 8th grade … Named to All-District team all 5 years of varsity … Named to All-Parish team in all 5 years of varsity … Signed with LSU Eunice in August 2009. Personal: Sydney Rose Lemoine … Born 5-1-1990 … Right-handed … Enrolled in General Studies.

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Favorite pro team: Suns Favorite pro athlete: J.J. Redick Favorite school subject: History

Favorite basketball memory: When my sister and I played together my freshman year and my dad was a coach If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: ESPN If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: the Pope, Michael Phelps, J.J. Redick

Favorite movie: Hoosiers

Why I chose my number: it was my Dad’s and Pete Maravich’s

One word to describe your game: Up-Tempo

My nickname is: Smalls

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Erica Noel E

5-9 • Freshman • Forward • Carencro, Louisiana • Carencro High School

2 0 0 9 • 2 0 1 0 L A D Y B E N G A L S

Prior to college: Named All-State Honorable Mention in 2009 … Named to All-Acadiana Team in 2009 … Named 1st Team All-District Senior season … led Carencro Bears in scoring in 2009 … Helped Carencro to State Regional Finals. Personal: Erica Lane Noel … Born 10-5-1990 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Nursing.

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Erica

Favorite pro team: LA Lakers

High in Overtime If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Sports Illustrated

Favorite pro athlete: Kobe Bryant

If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: God, my mother, and father

Favorite school subject: Math

Why I chose my number: #15 was retired

Favorite book: Candy

My nickname is: E

Favorite movie: The Day After Tomorrow

My hidden talent: Loves to read

One word to describe your game: Fierce

My favorite ice cream flavor is: Strawberry

Favorite basketball memory: Beating Comeaux

My dream job is: To play in the WNBA


Meet the Lady Bengals

Ashley Qualls

5-8 • Freshman • Guard • Rayville, Louisiana • Rayville High School

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Prior to college: Named-District MVP in 2008-09 … Named All-District 2006-08 … Named All-Northesast Honorable Mention in 2007 … Signed with LSU Eunice in June 2009. Personal: Ashley Shanae Qualls … Born 8-24-1990 … Left-handed … Enrolled in Criminal Justice.

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One word to describe your game: Exciting

Favorite pro team: Minnesota Lynx

If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Amelia Broussard, Amanda Fontenot, and Jennifer Hicks.

Favorite pro athlete: Seimone Augustus

Why I chose my number: Because I love 20

Favorite school subject: English

My nickname is: Lefty

Favorite band/musician: Pussycat Dolls

My favorite ice cream flavor is: Chocolate

Favorite book: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

My dream job is: State trooper

Favorite movie: Not Easily Broken

My favorite class at LSU Eunice: Health

My biggest inspiration is: My mom

My favorite quote is: “Life is short, play hard”

ASHLEY

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6-1 • Freshman • Center • New Orleans, Louisiana • Edna Karr High School

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Prior to college: Named Honorable Mention All-State 2009 … Named AllDistrict 2006-09 … Named All-Metro [New Orleans] 2006-09 … All-West Bank 2006-07 … Named Edna Karr MVP 2008-2009 … Signed with LSU Eunice in April 2009. Personal: Twanisha Shade Tillman … Born 9-3-1991 … Right-handed … Enrolled in Psychology.

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Twanisha

Favorite pro team: LA Lakers Favorite pro athlete: Candace Parker Favorite school subject: English

If I could appear on the cover of a magazine it would be: Vibe If I could invite three people to dinner, I would invite: Chris Paul, Chris Brown, and Lauren London

Favorite band/musician: Lil’ wayne

Why I chose my number: Because 3 & 5 are my favorite numbers

Favorite book: The Notebook

My nickname is: Slim

Favorite movie: Love and Basketball

My favorite ice cream flavor is: Cookies and Cream

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Favorite basketball memory: Hitting the game winner vs. McDonough


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A lOOK BACK AT

2008-2009

The LSU Eunice Women’s Basketball team had their season ended earlier than they had hoped when they fell to North Arkansas College 92-71 in the NJCAA District B Championship Game. After a season of towering peaks and diminutive valleys, this Lady Bengal campaign has been filled with noteworthy events that were not few and far between. The Lady Bengals opened their season 2-1 at home after their opening day Lady Bengal Classic Tournament, and a win versus Shorter College of Arkansas. After that good start, the first dose of adversity would ensue, as the team would embark on a program record 13 straight road games, which would go through the end of the year 2008. The first of many road trips began in Tennessee, where LSU Eunice’s young team saw its first losing streak of the year develop. Two losses to Volunteer State College and Columbia State College, 69-80 and 76-93, respectively, seemed to have maybe shaken the team’s confidence. With only 3 returning sophomores, inconsistency was inevitable. After three more losses, the losing streak reached 5 straight games, and the team’s record fell to a program worst 2-6. Now in Kansas, waiting for the 2nd game of a two game tournament vs. Allen County, LSU Eunice needed a win or else the team may be close to not qualifying for the District Tournament. After playing a hard fought game, and the return of Amanda Fontentot, who was lost in the preseason to a knee injury, helped lead the Bengals to an overtime victory over ACCC 81-75. The team finished the trip splitting the final two games, and returned home with a 4-7 record.

Quanessa Batiste

Needing a change, Coach Bari tried to put a new twist on his offensive system. Taking those tweaks into Houston against rival San Jacinto, the team put together a 99-94 victory, which by all accounts was one of the more exciting games to watch all season. The 4 game road trip in Arizona proved to be one of the highlights of the year, with two major milestones achieved. After splitting the first two games, the Bengals faced off against Glendale Community College. In a game between two teams who employ up-tempo offenses, the pace was beyond fast and frenetic. Lead changes back and forth, and three pointers falling on both ends of the floor helped keep the game close, but the difference was on the free throw line. Freshman guard Candace LaCombe was sent to the free throw line 21 times, and she connected on all of them. Setting new national records, for both made in a game, and

consecutive made over the course of a season, at that point, it was 48 straight free throws drained. Danielle Morgan also was sent to the free throw line; however her situation was slightly more pressure-packed. Down by 1, with only seconds to spare, Morgan was successful on both shots, with her family in attendance, to give the Lady Bengals the lead, and ultimately the win 106-105. Following the trip to Arizona and holiday break, the team returned to Eunice, and actually had home games in their sights. The team enjoyed the familiarity of home, and won eight of their next nine games, including scoring at least 100 points five times during that run. Of the two 100 point performances, they scored 115 against San Jacinto College, a team record in an NJCAA game. And 123 versus the Louisiana Ladies, their second-most points scored in any game (126 in 2005). After clinching their spot in the


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Candace LaCombe

W O M E N S B A S K E T B A L L

Danielle Morgan District B Tournament, the Lady Bengals still had games on their schedule, including the most dramatic game in recent memory against Meridian CC. After a relatively dominant performance out of the Bengals, the game ended early after the opposing coach was ejected and the game subsequently forfeited. The coach’s technical foul at the end of the game helped Jennifer Hicks tie her own teammate’s record she recently broke for making 21 straight free throws during the game. Certainly a bizarre finish to a dramatic game, but a win is a win no matter how it comes, and one that would hopefully prepare LSU Eunice for the high drama of playoff basketball. The team took the long journey to Harrison, a small town in the northern portion of Arkansas, and was matched up with Johnson County Community College, a perennial rival in playoff games. After falling last season, LSU Eunice wanted to vindicate last year’s squad by pulling off the big win. An inspired effort from the starters to the end of the bench

culminated in an 83-78 victory, and gave the Lady Bengals a spot in the Championship game against the home team of North Arkansas. The result was not as inspired, falling to the Pioneers 92-71, and sending the Bengals home with a final record of 19-12. A season full of individual accomplishment overshadowed the leaps and bounds improvements made as a unit on the floor. Candace LaCombe led the team in points, tallying 611, tying Amanda Romero for 4th most in team history as just a freshman. She also drained 86 three point field goals, also ranking 4th in team history behind Katie Broussard. Quanessa Batiste scored 193 field goals, tying her for 4th in team history with

Kayla Gums; she also finished with the second best scoring average on the squad with 15.9 points per game. Amanda Fontenot missed the first seven games of the season, but was still able to assist on 154 field goals, ranking her 4th in team history behind last season’s leader Chelsie Guillory’s 183. Sierra Goldwire recorded 28 blocks, ranking 5th, but Jennifer Hicks led the way in that department, racking up 72 in 31 games, putting her 2nd on the all time list behind Casey Broussard. Hicks also broke Broussard’s blocks in a game record of seven by rejecting eight shots against Mississippi Gulf Coast CC on January 2nd.

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2008-2009 Roster

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2008-2009 Results

Amanda Fontenot Amelia Broussard Quanessa Batiste Mallory Thornton Courtney LeBlanc Danielle Morgan Candace LaCombe Sierra Goldwire Nicollette Calvin Kassie Latiolais Jennifer Hicks

5-4 5-5 6-1 5-7 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-7 5-5 6-0

Fr. Fr. So. So. Rf. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

PG/G PG PG/G PG F/G F/G G C F/G G F/G

Washington, La. / Opelousas Catholic HS Kaplan, La. / Kaplan HS Mansura, La. / Tallahassee CC Moss Bluff, La. / Sam Houston HS Ragley, La. / South Beauregard HS Bossier City, La. / Airline HS Iota, La. / Iota HS Clyo, Ga. / Effingham County HS DeRidder, La. / Pickering HS Church Point, La. / Church Point HS Bossier City, La. / Bossier City HS

Overall Record: 19-12 • Home: 9-3 • Away: 8-8 • Neutral Site: 2-1

10/31/2008

Andrew Community College

LSUE

W 91-44

11/1/2008

#28 Southwest Tennessee Community College

LSUE

L 65-69

11/5/2008

Shorter College

LSUE

W 81-44

11/7/2008

#18 at Volunteer State Community College

Gallatin, TN

L 69-80

11/8/2008

vs Columbia State Community College

Gallatin, TN

L 76-93

11/15/2008

at Alabama Southern Community College

Monroeville, AL

L 71-82

11/17/2008

at Meridian Community College

Meridian, MS

L 68-90

11/21/2008

at Dodge City Community College

Dodge City, KS

L 53-68

11/22/2008

vs Allen County Community College

Dodge City, KS

11/23/2008

at Tinker Air Force Base

Midwest City, OK

11/24/2008

at Murray State College

Tishomingo, OK

12/3/2008

at San Jacinto Junior College

Pasadena, TX

W 99-94 W 82-80

W 81-75 W 80-56 L 66-68

12/15/2008

at Scottsdale Community College

Scottsdale, AZ

12/16/2008

at Pima Community College

Tucson, AZ

12/18/2008

at Glendale Community College

Glendale, AZ

W 106-105

12/19/2008

at South Mountain Community College

Phoenix, AZ

W 104-79

1/2/2009

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

LSUE

W 104-89

1/3/2009

#12 Pensacola Junior College

LSUE

L 74-87

1/7/2009

San Jacinto Community College

LSUE

W 115-104

1/13/2009

Delgado Community College

LSUE

W 81-71

1/16/2009

at Mountain View Community College

Dallas, TX

W 106-51

1/17/2009

at Mountan View Community College

Dallas, TX

W 96-58

1/24/2009

Louisiana Ladies

LSUE

W 101-43

1/31/2009

Louisiana Ladies

LSUE

W 123-42 W 81-69

L 83-91

2/5/2009

at Delgado Community College

New Orleans, LA

2/14/2009

Angelina Community College

LSUE

2/16/2009

Delgado Community College

LSUE

W 79-59

2/18/2009

Meridian Community College

LSUE

W 115-102 Forfeit

2/21/2009

at Jacksonville College

Jacksonville, TX

L 78-103

3/6/2009

Johnson County (District B Tournament)

Harrison, Arkansas

W 83-78

3/7/2009

North Arkansas (District B Championship)

Harrison, Arkansas

L 71-92

L 83-91


2008-2009 STATISTICS GP GS MIN AVG

TOTAL FG FGA PCT

3-PT FG FGA PCT

REBOUNDS FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G

1 Amanda Fontenot 24 20 588 24.5

46 129 .357

14 58 .241

42 64 .656

41 57 98 4.1 53 154 60

1 49 148 6.2

3 Amelia Broussard 26 4 262 10.1

18 52 .346

3 21 .143

13 17 .765

22 18 40 1.5 31 38 35

0 7 52 2.0

4 Quanessa Batiste 31 24 815 26.3

193 483 .400

51 205 .249

55 104 .529

81 126 207 6.7 69 64 102 13 73 492 15.9

14 Mallory Thornton 30 1 305 10.2

24 62 .387

5 20 .250

20 28 .714

24 38 62 2.1 58 43 44

# Player

20 Lindsey Miller

5 0 37 7.4

3 15 .200

2 12 .167

21 Angel Simar

6 0 61 10.1

11 30 .367

6 18 .333

10 16 .625

23 Courtney LeBlanc 28 8 453 16.2

59 205 .288

15 64 .234

24 Danielle Morgan 31 25 717 23.1

65 190 .342

25 Candace LaCombe 30 29 912 30.4

177 459 .386

31 Sierra Goldwire

29 8 547 18.9

106 237 .447

0

4 .000

32 Nicollette Calvin 29 2 234 8.1

23 83 .277

3

9 .333

33 Kassie Latiolais 25 1 206 8.2

20 78 .256

13 62 .210

31 30 860 27.8

122 329 .371

41 109 .376

44 Jesselyn Bolden 17 3 228 13.4

30 69 .435

34 Jennifer Hicks

1

2 .500

2

2

4 0.8

2

1 1

9 1.8

5 3 13

1 5 38 6.3

26 39 .667

48 60 108 3.9 82 21 48

4 16 159 5.7

11 74 .149

44 56 .786

76 108 184 5.9 70 23 38 11 35 185 6.0

86 239 .360

171 197 .868

90 119 209 7.0 82 61 90 25 41 611 20.4

24 56 .429

84 148 232 8.0 78 17 45 28 25 236 8.1

12 30 .400

26 34 60 2.1 38 13 24

0 18 61 2.1

10 12 22 0.9 33 19 19

1 10 54 2.2

0

0 .000

1

2 .500

188 251 .749

4 12 16 2.7

4 1

1 14 73 2.4

E W O M E N S B A S K E T B A L L

86 186 272 8.8 76 33 94 72 21 473 15.3

14 22 .636

26 56 82 4.8 24 7

7

8 5 74 4.4

TEAM

76 91 167

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LSU Eunice

31 6225

897 2421 .371

250 895 .279

621 884 .702 696 1067 1763 56.9 705 497 628 166 320 2665 86.0

Opponents

31 6225

842 2303 .366

177 681 .260

496 806 .615 563 927 1490 48.1 639 369 682 114 312 2357 76.0

TEAM STATISTICS LSUE SCORING 2665 Points per game 86.0 Scoring margin 9.9 FIELD GOALS-ATT 897-2421 Field goal pct .371 3 POINT FG-ATT 250-895 3-point FG pct .279 3-pt FG made per game 8.1 FREE THROWS-ATT 621-884 Free throw pct .702 REBOUNDS 1763 Rebounds per game 56.9 Rebounding margin 8.8 ASSISTS 497 Assists per game 16.0 TURNOVERS 628 Turnovers per game 20.3 Turnover margin -1.7 Assist / turnover ratio 0.8 STEALS 320 Steals per game 10.3 BLOCKS 166 Blocks per game 5.4 SCORE BY PERIODS Opponents LSU Eunice

1st 1,102 1,284

2nd 1,249 1,369

OPP 2357 76.0 842-2303 .366 177-681 .260 5.7 496-806 .615 1490 48.1 369 11.9 682 22.0 0.5 312 10.1 114 3.7 OT 6 12

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2008-2009 INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

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Player(s)

Opponent

Date

Total Points

35

Jennifer Hicks

vs Merdian CC

Field Goals Made

13

Candace LaCombe

vs Louisiana Ladies

Field Goals Attempted

28

Quanessa Batiste

vs Glendale CC

12/18/08

Jesselyn Bolden

vs Allen County

11/22/08

Field Goal% 1.000 (2/2)

02/18/09

6

Quanessa Batiste

vs Johnson Co

6

Candace LaCombe

vs Vol State

6

Candace LaCombe

vs Louisiana Ladies

16

Quanessa Batiste

vs Johnson Co

3pt Field Goal% (Min 2 made) 1.000 (2/2)

Courtney LeBlanc

vs North Ark

Courtney LeBlanc

vs San Jacinto

12/03/08

21

Jennifer Hicks

vs Merdian CC

02/18/09

21

Candace LaCombe

vs Glendale CC

12/18/08

Free Throws Attempted

21

Jennifer Hicks

vs Merdian CC

02/18/09

21

Candace LaCombe

vs Glendale CC

12/18/08

Jennifer Hicks

vs Merdian CC

02/18/09

1.000 (21/21)

Candace LaCombe

vs Glendale CC

12/18/08

1.000 (10/10)

Candace LaCombe

vs Merdian CC

02/18/09

1.000 (8/8)

Jennifer Hicks

vs Mountain View

1.000 (8/8)

Candace LaCombe

vs San Jacinto

3pt Field Goals Attempted

Free Throws Made

1.000 (2/2)

Free Throw% (Min 4 made) 1.000 (21/21)

01/31/09

3pt Field Goals Made

03/06/09

11/07/08

01/24/09 03/06/09

03/07/09

01/17/09

Offensive Rebounds

7

Sierra Goldwire

vs Mountain View

7

Jennifer Hicks

vs Miss. Gulf Coast

7

Candace LaCombe

vs Dodge City

12/03/08

01/16/09

01/02/09

11/21/08

Defensive Rebounds

12

Jennifer Hicks

vs Miss. Gulf Coast

12

Jennifer Hicks

vs Johnson Co

Total Rebounds

19

Jennifer Hicks

vs Miss. Gulf Coast

Fouls

5

Quanessa Batiste

vs Mountain View

5

Quanessa Batiste

vs Pensacola JC

5

Nicollette Calvin

vs Mountain View

5

Amanda Fontenot

vs Pima CC

5

Sierra Goldwire

vs San Jacinto

01/07/09

02/18/09

03/06/09

01/16/09

01/03/09

01/17/09

12/16/08

13

Amanda Fontenot

vs Merdian CC

Turnovers

11

Quanessa Batiste

vs SW Tenn

Blocks

8

Jennifer Hicks

vs Miss. Gulf Coast

Steals

6

Quanessa Batiste

vs Scottsdale CC

6

Amanda Fontenot

vs Louisiana Ladies

Danielle Morgan

vs Allen County

40:10

01/02/09

Assists

Minutes Played

01/02/09

38

High

11/01/08

01/02/09

12/15/08

01/31/09 11/22/08

2008-2009 TEAM HIGHS Total Points 123.... vs Louisiana Ladies......................... 01/31/09 Field Goals Made 52...... vs Louisiana Ladies......................... 01/31/09 Field Goals Attempted 100.... vs Louisiana Ladies......................... 01/31/09 Field Goal Percentage 0.520 (52/100) vs Louisiana Ladies....... 01/31/09 3pt Field Goals Made 13...... vs South Mountain.......................... 12/19/08 13...... vs Johnson County........................... 03/06/09 13...... vs Louisiana Ladies......................... 01/24/09 3pt Field Goals Attempted 38...... vs Merdian Community College........ 11/17/08 38...... vs Pensacola Junior College............. 01/03/09 3pt Field Goal Percentage 0.478 (11/23) vs San Jacinto................. 12/03/08 Free Throws Made 43...... vs San Jacinto................................. 01/07/09 Free Throws Attempted 53...... vs Mississippi Gulf Coast................. 01/02/09 Free Throw Percentage 0.860.(43/50) vs San Jacinto................. 01/07/09 Offensive Rebounds 40...... vs Mountain View............................ 01/16/09 Defensive Rebounds 44...... vs Andrew........................................ 10/31/08 Total Rebounds 82...... vs Mountain View............................ 01/16/09 Fouls 34...... vs Glendale Community College....... 12/18/08 Assists 29...... vs Tinker.......................................... 11/23/08 Turnovers 34...... vs Columbia State........................... 11/08/08 Blocks 13...... vs Mississippi Gulf Coast................. 01/02/09 Steals 20...... vs Scottsdale Community College.... 12/15/08


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ALL-TIME Series Andrew St. ...................................................... 0 - 1 Alabama Southern ............................................3 - 1 Allen County ................................................... 1 - 0 Andrew ........................................................... 2 - 0 Angelina ....................................................... 1 - 14 Anne Arundel .................................................. 1 - 0 Arkansas Baptist . ........................................... 1 - 1 Barksdale ....................................................... 4 - 0 Bevil State . .................................................... 1 - 0 Blinn .............................................................. 2 - 5 Brown Mackie . ............................................... 1 - 0 Chandler - Gilbert ........................................... 0 - 1 Chipola . ......................................................... 0 - 1 Clinton JC ....................................................... 1 - 0 Coahoma . ...................................................... 1 - 0 Collin . ............................................................ 0 - 1 Columbia State . ............................................. 0 - 2 Copiah - Lincoln ............................................. 0 - 1 Delgado . ...................................................... 16 - 6 Dodge City ...................................................... 0 - 1 East Los Angeles ............................................. 1 - 0 Faulkner ......................................................... 4 - 1 Florida CC - Jacksonville ................................. 0 - 1 Gateway CC .................................................... 0 - 1 Glendale . ....................................................... 1 - 0 Hesston .......................................................... 1 - 0 Hill ................................................................. 2 - 0

Hinds ............................................................. 3 - 1 Holmes . ......................................................... 6 - 0 Jacksonville, Tx ............................................... 3 - 3 Johnson County .............................................. 3 - 1 Jones County .................................................. 2 - 5 Kankakee ....................................................... 0 - 1 Kansas Wesleyan ............................................ 1 - 0 Kilgore . .......................................................... 1 - 8 LA All Stars ..................................................... 4 - 1 LA College . ..................................................... 2 - 1 Lon Morris ...................................................... 6 - 5 Los Angeles Harbor ......................................... 1 - 0 Louisiana Ladies . ........................................... 4 - 0 Meridian . ....................................................... 1 - 8 Miss. Delta ..................................................... 0 - 2 Miss. Gulf Coast . .......................................... 4 - 11 Montgomery ................................................... 1 - 0 Mott ............................................................... 0 - 1 Mountain View . ............................................ 12 - 0 Murray State . ................................................. 0 - 1 NE Miss. ......................................................... 1 - 0 North Arkansas ............................................... 0 - 2 North Florida CC ............................................. 2 - 0 NW Miss. ........................................................ 0 - 1 Odessa ........................................................... 0 - 1 Okaloosa Walton . ........................................... 0 - 1 Panola . ........................................................ 4 - 10

Paris . ............................................................. 1 - 4 Passaic CC . .................................................... 1 - 0 Pearl River ...................................................... 0 - 2 Pensacola . ..................................................... 1 - 7 Pima . ............................................................. 2 - 1 Potomac St. WVU ............................................ 1 - 0 Redlands ........................................................ 2 - 1 San Antonio .................................................... 5 - 0 San Jacinto .................................................... 8 - 9 Santa Fe . ....................................................... 0 - 1 Scottsdale ...................................................... 1 - 1 Shorter ........................................................... 4 - 0 South Mountain . ............................................ 2 - 0 Southern Shreveport . ................................... 15 - 6 Suffolk CC . ..................................................... 0 - 1 SW Christian ................................................... 4 - 0 SW Tennessee ................................................. 0 - 2 SW. Miss. ........................................................ 1 - 1 Tallahassee . ................................................... 1 - 0 Temple ........................................................... 1 - 0 Tinker AFB . ..................................................... 1 - 0 Trinity Valley . .................................................. 0 - 5 Tyler ............................................................... 2 - 2 Volunteer St. ................................................... 0 - 1 Wallace - Selma ............................................. 0 - 1 Weatherford . .................................................. 1 - 1

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Bari Record vs. All Opponents Alabama Southern .......................................... 3 - 1 Allen County ................................................... 1 - 0 Andrew ........................................................... 2 - 0 Angelina ......................................................... 0 - 4 Arkansas Baptist . ........................................... 1 - 1 Barksdale AFB . ............................................... 3 - 0 Bevil State . .................................................... 1 - 0 Blinn .............................................................. 0 - 1 Brown Mackie . ............................................... 1 - 0 Chandler-Gilbert ............................................. 0 - 1 Clinton JC ....................................................... 1 - 0 Columbia St. . ................................................. 0 - 1 Delgado . ...................................................... 12 - 1 Dodge City ...................................................... 0 - 1 East Los Angeles ............................................. 1 - 0 Faulkner ......................................................... 1 - 0 Florida CC-Jacksonville ................................... 0 - 1 Glendale . ....................................................... 1 - 0 Hesston .......................................................... 1 - 0 Hill ................................................................. 2 - 0 Jacksonville TX . .............................................. 1 - 3

Johnson County .............................................. 3 - 1 Jones County .................................................. 1 - 0 Kankakee ....................................................... 0 - 1 Kansas Wesleyan ............................................ 1 - 0 Kilgore . .......................................................... 1 - 0 LA All Stars ..................................................... 4 - 1 Lon Morris ...................................................... 1 - 1 Los Angeles Harbor ......................................... 1 - 0 Louisiana College ........................................... 1 - 0 Louisiana Ladies . ........................................... 4 - 0 Meridian . ....................................................... 1 - 1 Miss. Gulf Coast . ............................................ 3 - 3 Mountain View . ............................................ 10 - 0 Murray State . ................................................. 0 - 1 North Arkansas ............................................... 0 - 2 North Florida CC ............................................. 2 - 0 Odessa ........................................................... 0 - 1 Panola . .......................................................... 1 - 4 Paris . ............................................................. 0 - 2 Pensacola . ..................................................... 1 - 5 Pima . ............................................................. 2 - 1

Potomac St. WVU ............................................ Redlands ........................................................ San Antonio .................................................... San Jacinto .................................................... Santa Fe . ....................................................... Scottsdale ...................................................... Shorter ........................................................... South Mountain . ............................................ Southern-Shreveport ...................................... SW Christian ................................................... SW Tenn. . ....................................................... Tallahassee . ................................................... Tinker AFB . ..................................................... Trinity Valley . .................................................. Volunteer St. ................................................... Wallace-Selma ............................................... Weatherford . ..................................................

1-0 2-0 5-0 6-3 0-1 1-0 4-0 2-0 8-4 2-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-1

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Andrew College (2-0)

South Mountain CC (2-0)

11/17/07.........N....... 87-49...........W 10/31/08 ........H....... 91-44 . ........W

12/20/06......... A....... 94-88...........W 12/19/08......... A...... 104-79..........W

L A D Y

Butler CC (0-0)

B E N G A L S

Allen County CC (1-0) 11/22/08 ........N....... 81-75 . .... otW

First Meeting

Murray State College (0-1) 11/24/08......... A....... 66-68............L

Miss. Gulf Coast CC (4-11)

Hill College (2-0) 12/01/06 .......H....... 67-65 . ........W 01/05/08 ........H....... 86-72...........W

SW Adventist Univ. (0-0) First Meeting

North Platte CC (0-0) First Meeting

Cottey College (0-0) First Meeting

Pima CC (2-1) 12/17/05......... A...... 106-61..........W 12/18/06......... A...... 105-60..........W 12/16/08......... A....... 83-91............L

Glendale CC (1-0) 12/18/08......... A..... 106-105.........W

Scottsdale CC (1-1) 12/20/05......... A...... 71-107...........L 12/15/08......... A....... 82-80 . ........W

11/12/99......... A....... 76-95............L 1/7/00.............H....... 54-79............L 2/5/00............. A...... 79-102...........L 11/1/01...........H....... 71-75............L 11/19/01......... A....... 53-70............L 11/11/02.........H....... 79-68...........W 11/25/02......... A....... 59-91............L 11/10/03.........H....... 72-81............L 12/13/03......... A....... 53-69............L 11/18/04.........H....... 79-72...........W 12/09/04......... A....... 72-81............L 11/11/05.........H...... 83-101...........L 12/08/05......... A....... 93-98............L 11/02/07.........H....... 88-80...........W 01/02/09.........H...... 104-89..........W

Delgado CC (15-6) 1/29/00........... A....... 56-68............L 2/18/00...........H....... 73-75............L 01/30/01.........H....... 88-54...........W 02/17/01.........H....... 64-73............L 01/26/02......... A....... 62-79............L 02/16/02.........H....... 70-80............L 01/18/03.........H....... 77-65...........W 02/10/03......... A....... 63-60...........W 01/18/05......... A....... 60-57...........W

01/19/05......... A....... 55-56............L 02/18/05.........H....... 82-58...........W 02/19/05.........H....... 75-62...........W 11/07/06.........H....... 76-27...........W 11/21/06......... A....... 92-39...........W 01/23/07.........H....... 87-33...........W 02/13/07......... A....... 73-54...........W 01/23/08.........H....... 65-35...........W 02/12/08......... A....... 69-47...........W 01/13/09.........H....... 81-71...........W 02/05/09......... A....... 81-69...........W 02/16/09.........H....... 79-59...........W

Southern-Shreveport (15-6) 1/22/00........... A....... 93-79...........W 2/23/00...........H....... 68-60...........W 11/13/00.........H....... 88-48...........W 02/12/01.........H....... 86-95............L 02/19/01.........H....... 74-64...........W 02/09/02......... A....... 89-91............L 02/23/02.........H...... 100-77..........W 11/12/03.........H....... 63-40...........W 11/15/03.........N....... 71-60...........W 11/05/04.........N....... 61-37...........W 02/01/05.........H....... 74-60...........W 02/15/05......... A....... 80-58...........W 01/24/06......... A....... 75-79............L 02/21/06.........H....... 70-71............L 02/24/06.........N....... 60-68............L 01/09/07.........H....... 79-76...........W 02/15/07......... A....... 86-95............L 02/23/07......... A....... 85-84....... otW 01/16/08.........H....... 77-68...........W 02/01/08......... A....... 96-81...........W 02/22/08.........N....... 45-42...........W

Baton Rouge CC (0-0) First Meeting

East Point (0-0) First Meeting

Jacksonville College (3-3) 11/15/01......... A....... 88-64...........W 01/05/02.........H....... 81-74...........W 11/09/06......... A....... 79-64...........W 11/13/07......... A....... 63-67............L 01/04/08.........H....... 57-62............L 02/21/09......... A...... 78-103...........L

Mountain View (12-0) 12/15/01......... A....... 80-54...........W 01/25/03.........H....... 81-51...........W 2/13/06........... A...... 108-59..........W 2/14/06........... A....... 97-53...........W 1/25/07........... A....... 84-68...........W 1/26/07........... A....... 86-56...........W 1/25/08...........H...... 118-49..........W 1/26/08...........H....... 90-59...........W 2/27/08........... A...... 105-53..........W 2/28/08........... A....... 71-42...........W 1/16/09........... A...... 106-51..........W 1/17/09........... A....... 96-58...........W

FLASHBACK: POSTERS 2006-07

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2007-08

2008-09

2009-10


Year-by-Year 1999-2000

Head Coach: Kathy Barlow Record: 7-20

11/1 11/2 11/4 11/11 11/12 11/15 11/16 11/20 11/26 11/27 11/30 12/4 12/9 12/10 12/11 1/4 1/7 1/8 1/15 1/22 1/27 1/29 2/1 2/5 2/9 2/18 2/23

@ Copiah - Lincoln @ Southwest Miss. vs Hinds @ Jones County @ Miss. Gulf Coast @ Faulkner State @ Andrew St. Jones County @ Okaloosa-Walton @ Pensacola JC Panola @ Jones County @ Panola @ San Jacinto @ Angelina Southwest Miss. Miss. Gulf Coast @ Hinds @ Mary Holmes @ SU-Shreveport Meridian @ Delgado Mary Holmes @ Miss. Gulf Coast @ Meridian Delgado SU-Shreveport

54-61 L 79-81 L 72-54 W 75-86 L 76-95 L 64-43 W 75-76 L 55-81 L 48-85 L 52-89 L 81-94 L 66-83 L 65-89 L 68-78 L 57-66 L 60-56 W 54-79 L 49-73 L 56-45 W 93-79 W 59-73 L 56-68 L 81-56 W 79-102 L 54-83 L 73-75 L 68-60 W

E 11/11 11/13 11/15 11/17 11/18 11/20 11/15 11/21 11/27 11/29 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/15 12/16 1/10 1/13 1/18 1/20 1/25 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/19

@ San Jacinto SU-Shreveport @ Lon Morris @ Kilgore vs Blinn Angelina Louisiana College @ Pearl River @ Louisiana College Panola @ Jones County vs San Jacinto @ Angelina @ SW Tenn. vs Columbia St. Kilgore @ Panola Lon Morris @ Faulkner St. Meridian @ Mary Holmes Delgado @ Mary Holmes @ Meridian (OT) SU-Shreveport Delgado SU-Shreveport

57-67 L 88-48 W 79-74 W 55-76 L 72-94 L 70-94 L 77-60 W 57-60 L 72-74 L 66-67 L 70-73 L 58-61 L 88-77 W 72-82 L 41-99 L 74-90 L 54-61 L 78-69 W 75-62 W 63-72 L 82-42 W 88-54 W 88-53 W 77-95 L 86-95 L 64-73 L 74-64 W

2001-2002

Head Coach: Kathy Barlow Record: 10-16

2000-2001

Head Coach: Kathy Barlow Record: 11-19

11/3 Faulkner St. 11/4 Pearl River 11/10 vs Blinn

100-42 W 69-72 L 51-88 L

11/1 11/2 11/3 11/5 11/6

Miss. Gulf Coast @ Temple SW Christian NE Miss. @ Miss Delta

71-75 L 76-74 W 79-63 W 85-81 W 62-71 L

11/9 11/10 11/15 11/16 11/17 11/19 11/26 11/30 12/1 12/6 12/9 12/15 1/5 1/12 1/17 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/23

Angelina San Jacinto @Jacksonville @ Kilgore @ Angelina @ Miss. Gulf Coast @ Lon Morris @ Panola College @ Kilgore College @ Jones County Angelina @ Mountain View Jacksonville Jones County Lon Morris @ Delgado @ Meridian @ SU-Shreveport Meridian Delgado SU-Shreveport

76-99 L 75-53 W 88-64 W 65-74 L 59-93 L 53-70 L 44-87 L 72-63 W 74-97 L 57-68 L 62-98 L 80-54 W 81-74 W 61-54 W 55-69 L 62-79 L 63-92 L 89-91 L 60-84 L 70-80 L 100-77 W

2002-2003

Head Coach: Kathy Barlow

11/25 @ Miss. Gulf Coast 11/29 @ Coahoma 11/30 @ Meridian 12/2 @ Panola 12/5 Holmes 12/7 Blinn 1/3 @ Tyler 1/4 @ Trinity Valley 1/8 Paris 1/11 @ Angelina 1/15 Kilgore 1/18 Delgado 1/25 Mountain View 2/1 @ San Jacinto 2/3 Lon Morris 2/10 @ Delgado 2/17 @ Lon Morris 2/28 ^Anne Arundel 3/1 ^Montgomery 3/13 #Suffolk (OT) 3/14 #Gateway 3/15 #Passaic

59-91 L 85-51 W 71-93 L 59-98 L 88-75 W 56-74 L 54-72 L 55-111 L 57-68 L 59-88 L 54-93 L 77-65 W 81-51 W 72-92 L 74-61 W 63-60 W 67-65 W 70-48 W 74-59 W 68-75 L 57-60 L 70-57 W

W O M E N S B A S K E T B A L L

^ - District Tournament (Rockville, Md.) # - NJCAA D-III Tournament (Corning, N.Y.)

Record: 13-20

11/2 11/4 11/5 11/8 11/9 11/11 11/13 11/15 11/16 11/18 11/20

Panola @Northeast Miss @ Miss. Delta Angelina San Jacinto Miss. Gulf Coast Tyler @ Angelina Kilgore @ Blinn @ Collin County

80-62 W 66-83 L 54-58 L 57-87 L 76-67 W 79-68 W 66-79 L 70-83 L 46-81 L 62-98 L 63-75 L

2003-2004

Head Coach: Kathy Barlow Record: 13-18

11/1 11/5 11/7 11/8 11/10 11/12 11/14 11/15 11/19

@ Holmes CC Hinds CC SW Christian Kilgore Miss. Gulf Coast SU-Shreveport vs. Barksdale AFB vs. Southern @ Trinity Valley

88-69 W 73-61 W 81-55 W 74-82 L 72-81 L 63-40 W 64-39 W 71-60 W 44-110 L

SEASONS AT A GLANCE YEAR

1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 Overall Record:

RECORD

7-20 11-16 13-17 13-21 13-18 19-13 15-15 28-6 22-9 19-12 141-135

COACH

Kathy Barlow Kathy Barlow Kathy Barlow Kathy Barlow Kathy Barlow Michael Bari Michael Bari Michael Bari Michael Bari Michael Bari 0.511

NOTES

Regional Tournament Regional Tournament Regional Champs, 7th In Nation, National Tournament Regional Tournament District Tournament District Champs, Finish 4th at National Tournament District Finals, Ranked 5th In Polls District Finals, Ranked 20th in Polls 2 National Tournament Appearances 41


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Year-by-Year 11/21 11/22 11/25 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/12 12/13 1/7 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/21 1/28 1/31 2/9 2/11 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/5

vs. Pensacola vs. Chipola @ Kilgore @ Hinds Blinn College vs. Paris Junior Angelina @ Mississippi Gulf San Jacinto @ Blinn College Lon Morris Tyler @ Panola Trinity Valley @ Angelina @ Paris @ San Jacinto @ Lon Morris @ Tyler Panola @ Faulkner St. ^@ Redlands

39-66 L 58-61 L 58-95 L 71-63 W 63-62 W 60-55 W 59-77 L 53-69 L 63-74 L 76-71 W 65-69 L 73-65 W 61-93 L 45-101 L 60-73 L 38-46 L 65-74 L 59-69 L 71-65 W 83-71 W 57-64 L 56-71 L

^ - District Tournament (El Reno, Okla.)

2004-2005

Head Coach: Michael Bari Record: 19-13

11/5 11/6 11/7 11/8 11/11 11/12 11/13 11/18 11/23 11/26 11/27 11/30 12/9 12/10 12/11 1/5 1/8 1/18 1/19 1/22 1/29 1/30 2/1 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/23 3/4

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vs. SU-Shreveport vs. Redlands @ Paris @San Antonio Louisiana All-Stars SW Christian Faulkner State Miss. Gulf Coast @ Angelina vs. Panola @Trinity Valley @ Barksdale AFB @ Miss. Gulf Coast @ Pensacola vs. North Florida Trinity Valley @ San Jacinto @ Delgado @ Delgado Panola San Antonio San Antonio SU-Shreveport @ Kilgore Barksdale AFB Paris @ SU-Shreveport Delgado Delgado @ Lon Morris ^Johnson County

61-37 W 77-65 W 60-74 L 76-58 W 79-19 W 65-53 W 73-42 W 79-72 W 64-84 L 56-67 L 56-110 L 76-42 W 72-81 L 63-73 L 64-50 W 60-100 L 90-96 L 60-57 W 55-56 L 75-95 L 101-32 W 84-28 W 74-60 W 88-73 W 89-52 W 68-84 L 80-58 W 82-58 W 75-62 W 60-86 L 59-56 W

3/5

^@ North Arkansas 92-95 L

^ - District Tournament (Harrison, Ark.)

2005-2006

Head Coach: Michael Bari Record: 15-15

11/1 11/6 11/8 11/11 11/12 11/15 11/17 11/21 11/30 12/8 12/09 12/10 12/14 12/17 12/19 12/20 1/5 1/7 1/12 1/17 1/21 1/24 2/1 2/2 2/4 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/21 2/24

Louisiana All-Stars Louisiana All-Stars Lon Morris Miss. Gulf Coast vs. Blinn San Jacinto @ North Florida Jones County @ Angelina @Miss. Gulf Coast vs. Tallahassee @ Pensacola @ Odessa @ Pima @ Chandler-Gilbert @ Scottsdale Louisiana All-Stars Pensacola (2OT) Louisiana All-Stars Shorter College @ Panola @ SU-Shreveport @ Shorter College Barksdale AFB Angelina @ San Jacinto @ Mountain View @ Mountain View SU-Shreveport $SU-Shreveport

107-32 W 89-94 L 94-83 W 83-101 L 62-81 L 82-74 W 107-90 W 99-88 W 86-96 L 93-98 L 70-67 W 81-103 L 71-137 L 106-61 W 93-86 L 71-107 L 126-42 W 87-93 L 100-43 W 2-0 Wf 68-91 L 75-79 L 2-0 Wf 2-0 Wf 66-79 L 85-75 W 108-59 W 97-53 W 70-71 L 60-68 L

$ - Louisiana Championship (Bossier City, La.)

2006-2007

Head Coach: Michael Bari Record: 28-6

11/3 11/4 11/7 11/9 11/10 11/15 11/17 11/18 11/21 12/1/ 12/9/ 12/18 12/20 1/2 1/5 1/6

Wallace St. Beville St. Delgado @ Jacksonville @ SW Christian Ala. Southern vs. Ala. Southern vs. Clinton @ Delgado Hill @ Panola @ Pima @ South Mountain Pensacola Weatherford Weatherford

51-64 L 94-81 W 76-27 W 79-64 W 80-71 W 95-31 W 91-69 W 89-83 W 92-39 W 67-65 W 93-114 L 105-60 W 94-88 W 84-75 W 77-70 W 71-73 L

1/9 1/20 1/23 1/25 1/26 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/23 3/2 3/3 3/15 3/16 3/17

SU-Shreveport Panola Delgado @ Mountain View @ Mountain View @ San Jacinto (OT) @ Kansas Wesleyan @ Hesston @ Brown Mackie San Jacinto @ Delgado @ SU-Shreveport $SU-Shreveport ^Redlands CC ^Johnson County #Potomac St. WVU #Kankakee #Mott

79-76 W 89-86 W 87-33 W 84-68 W 86-56 W 102-94 W 74-58 W 70-53 W 83-40 W 95-84 W 73-54 W 86-95 W 85-84 W 75-65 W 84-81 W 85-67 W 78-82 L 88-97 L

$ - Louisiana Championship (Shreveport, La.) ^ - District Tournament (Eunice, La.) # - NJCAA D-II National Tournament

2007-2008

Head Coach: Michael Bari Record: 22-9

11/2 11/3 11/13 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/27 11/28 11/29 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/6 12/18 12/19 1/4 1/5 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/25 1/26 1/29 2/1 2/9 2/12 2/22 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/8

Miss. Gulf Coast FCC - Jacksonville @ Jacksonville TX vs Santa Fe vs. Andrew @Ala. Southern @Pensacola San Antonio San Antonio Louisiana Ladies Louisiana Ladies @ Shorter Louisiana College @ LA Harbor @ East LA Jacksonville TX Hill SU-Shreveport San Jacinto Delgado Mountain View Mountain View @ San Jacinto @ SU-Shreveport Ark. Baptist @ Delgado SU-Shreveport @ Ark. Baptist @ Mountain View @ Mountain View ^@ Johnson County

88-80 W 56-77 L 63-67 L 61-123 L 87-49 W 78-60 W 74-80 L 2-0 Wf 2-0 Wf 93-46 W 99-56 W 77-63 W 2-0 Wf 81-51 W 75-60 W 57-62 L 86-72 W 77-68 W 53-60 L 65-35 W 118-49 W 90-59 W 49-66 L 96-81 W 75-64 W 69-47 W 45-42 W 71-79 L 105-53 W 71-42 W 64-83 L

^ - District Tournament (Overland Park, Kan.)

2008-2009

Head Coach: Michael Bari Record 19-9

10/31 11/1 11/5 11/7 11/8 11/15 11/17 11/21 11/22 11/23 11/24 12/3 12/15 12/16 12/18 12/19 1/2 1/3 1/7 1/13 1/16 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/5 2/14 2/16 2/18 2/21 3/6 3/7

Andrew 91-44 W SW Tenn 65-69 L Shorter 81-44 W @ Vol. State 69-80 L vs. Columbia St. 76-93 L @ Alabama So. 71-82 L @ Merdian 68-90 L Dodge City 53-68 L vs. Allen County (OT) 81-75 W @ Tinker AFB 80-56 W @ Murray St. 66-68 L @ San Jacinto 99-94 W @ Scottsdale 82-80 W @ Pima 83-91 L @ Glendale 106-105W @ South Mountain 104-79 W Miss. Gulf Coast 104-89 W Pensacola 74-87 L San Jacinto 115-104W Delgado 81-71 W @ Mountain View 106-51 W @ Mountain View 96-58 W Louisiana Ladies 101-43 W Louisiana Ladies 123-42 W @ Delgado 81-69 W Angelina 83-91 L Delgado 79-59 W Merdian 115-102 Wf Jacksonville 78-103 L ^Johnson County 83-78 W ^North Arkansas 71-92 L

^ - District Tournament (Harrison, Ark.)


Individual AND TEAM RECORDS INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS SCORING 1. Renotta Edwards 2. Kayla Armstrong 3. Casey Broussard 4. Amanda Romero 4. Candace LeCombe REBOUNDING 1. Casey Broussard 2. Michele Yawn 3. Kayla Armstrong 4. Jessica Pipkins 5. Katelyn Gary ASSISTS 1. Michele Yawn 2. Casey Broussard 3. Chelsie Guillory 4. Amanda Fontenot 5. Renotta Edwards STEALS 1. Michele Yawn 2. Renotta Edwards 3. Casey Broussard 4. Kayla Gums 5. Katie Broussard BLOCKS 1. Casey Broussard 2. Jennifer Hicks 3. Reneida Moody 4. Katie Broussard 5. Sierra Goldwire

1,195 825 668 611 611

2005-07 2006-08 2003-05 2004-06 2008-09

538 439 408 389 380

2003-05 2005-07 2006-08 2005-08 2006-07

482 242 183 154 147

2005-07 2003-05 2007-08 2008-09 2005-07

214 155 127 104 93

2005-07 2005-07 2003-05 2003-05 2002-04

76 72 38 32 28

2003-05 2008-09 2003-05 2002-03 2008-09

FIELD GOALS 1. Renotta Edwards 2. Casey Broussard 3. Kayla Armstrong 4. Kayla Gums 4. Quanessa Batiste 3-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. Renotta Edwards 2. Amanda Romero 3. Michele Yawn 4. Candace LeCombe 5. Katie Broussard FREE-THROWS 1. Jennifer Hicks 2. Renotta Edwards 3. Kayla Armstrong 4. Candace LeCombe 3. Amanda Romero

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441 310 298 193 193

2005-07 2003-05 2006-08 2003-05 2008-09

126 115 89 86 76

2005-07 2004-06 2005-07 2008-09 2002-04

188 187 178 171 120

2008-09 2005-07 2006-08 2008-09 2004-06

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS MOST POINTS IN A GAME Renotta Edwards (Panola) MOST REBOUNDS IN A GAME Kayla Armstrong (Delgado) Katelyn Gary (LA Ladies) Casey Broussard (San Jacinto)

43 1-20-07 24 1-23-08 24 11-30-07 24 1-8-05

MOST ASSIST IN A GAME Michele Yawn (Mountain View)

19 2-14-06

MOST STEALS IN A GAME Michele Yawn (Mountain View)

11 2-24-06

MOST BLOCKS IN A GAME Jennifer Hicks (Miss. Gulf Coast) Casey Broussard (San Antonio) Jennifer Hicks (Delgado)

W O M E N S

8 1-2-09 7 1-29-05 7 1-13-09

MOST FIELD GOALS IN A GAME Renotta Edwards (Panola)

15 1-20-07

B A S K E T B A L L

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS IN A GAME Amanda Romero (Pima) 9 12-17-05 MOST FREE THROWS IN GAME Candace Lacombe (Glendale) 21 12-18-08 Jennifer Hicks (Meridian) 21 2-18-09 Jennifer Hicks (San Jacinto) 16 1-7-09

TEAM RECORDS

MOST WINS IN A SEASON 2006-2007 2007-2008 LONGEST WIN STREAK Jan. 8, 2007- Feb. 13, 2007 Nov. 4, 2006 - Dec. 12, 2006

28 22 11 9

POINTS IN A GAME Jan. 5, 2006 (LA All Stars) 126 Jan. 31, 2009 (LA Ladies) 123 Jan. 25, 2008 (Moutain View) 118 * Active Players Listed in Purple

NJCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Champion...................................................................... Runner-Up...........................................................................................................Score Illinois Central College, Illinois............................................Lansing Community College, Michigan..........................................................................89-72 Illinois Central College, Illinois............................................Kankakee Community College, Illinois....................................................................76-71 (OT) Southwestern Michigan College, Michigan..........................Chattahoochee Valley Community College, Alabama . ...................................................81-72 Kankakee Community College, Illinois..................................St. Clair County Community College, Michigan......................................................95-89 (3OT) Lansing Community College, Michigan.................................Kankakee Community College, Illinois...........................................................................74-68 Kirkwood Community College, Iowa.....................................Carl Sandburg College, Illinois......................................................................................76-67 Illinois Central College, Illinois............................................Penn Valley Community College, Missouri......................................................................72-65 Illinois Central College, Illinois............................................Northwest-Shoals Community College, Alabama . .........................................................86-81 Johnson County Community College, Kansas.......................Monroe Community College, New York...........................................................................63-61 Monroe Community College, New York.................................Frederick Community College, Maryland ......................................................................69-41 Kirkwood Community College, Iowa.....................................Iowa Penn Valley Community College, Missouri ............................................................76-47 Illinois Central College, Illinois ...........................................Mitchell College, Connecticut ......................................................................................80-67 Monroe Community College, New York ................................Scottsdale Community College, Arizona . ......................................................................63-41 Monroe Community College, New York.................................Illinois Central College, East Peoria, Illinois . ...............................................................62-46 Illinois Central College, Illinois ..........................................Kirkwood Community College, Iowa . ............................................................................71-54 Kirkwood Community College, Iowa ....................................Kankakee Community College,Illinois. . ........................................................................84-55 Kirkwood Community College, Iowa ....................................Kankakee Community College, Illinois . ........................................................................78-53 Kirkwood Community College, Iowa ....................................Schoolcraft College, Michigan .....................................................................................62-38 43


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NJCAA DIVISION II RECORDS Scoring Average In A Season.............................................................................................................................................................. GP Erin Yiakos; Mesa Community College, Arizona (2001-02)............................................................................................................... 17

FG3 FG2 0 197

FT Points 197 542

Avg. 31.8

Scoring Average In A Career............................................................................................................................................................... GP Meleena Edwards; Mercer County Community College, New Jersey (1996-98)................................................................................. 47

FG3 FG2 95 330

FT Points 266 1,211

Avg. 25.8

Points In A Season . ........................................................................................................................................................................... GP Desiree Francis; Kirkwood Community College, Iowa (1997-98) ..................................................................................................... 36

FG3 FG2 48 298

FT Points 104 844

Avg. 23.4

Points In a Career ............................................................................................................................................................................. GP Desiree Francis; Kirkwood Community College, Iowa (1996-98) ..................................................................................................... 72

FG3 FG2 49 600

FT Pts 213 1,560

Avg. 21.6

Points In A Game ..............................................................................................................................................................................FG3 Kandy Lindsey; Lake Land Community College, Illinois (1999-2000)................................................................................................. 9

FG2 8

Free Throws In A Game ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Candace LaCombe, Louisiana State University – Eunice (2008-2009) ............................................................................................................... Jennifer Martel; Union County College, New Jersey (1996-97) ...........................................................................................................................

FTM-FTA 21-21 16-16

vs. Glendale vs. Salem

Field Goals In A Game . ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Eva Kadlecova; Genesee Community College, New York (2000-01).............................. . ....................................................................................

FGM-FGA 20-29

vs. Mercyhurst

Three Point Field Goals In A Game ....................................................................................................................................................................... Amanda Romero; Louisiana State University – Eunice, La. (2005-2006) ............... . ..........................................................................................

FGM-FGA 9-17

vs Pima

2 Point Field Goal Percentage In A Season (2 Pt, Min 60 att) ..........................................................................................................................GP Ann Madden; Gogebic Community College, Michigan (2005-06) ...................................................................................................................23 Lindsey Jones; Sage Junior College, New York (2001-02)...............................................................................................................................22

FGM-FGA 79-97 95-127

Pct. 87.5 75.0

3 Point Field Goal Percentage In A Season (3 Pt, Min 40 att) ..........................................................................................................................GP Martina Underwood; Parkland College, Illinois (1992-93)..............................................................................................................................31

FGM-FGA 173-277

Pct. 62.5

Free Throw Percentage In A Season (Min 40 att) . ............................................................................................................................................GP Dana Lippelt; Lake Michigan College, Michigan (2001-02) ...........................................................................................................................22

FGM-FGA 58-61

Pct. 95.1 2

Rebounds In A Game . ........................................................................................................................................................................................... Lynn Rose; Chesapeake College, Maryland (2005-06) ....................................................................................................................................... Theresa Cooper; Schoolcraft College, Michigan (1997-98).................................................................................................................................

Rebounds 31 vs. Montgomery-TP 31 vs. Wayne County

Rebound Average In A Season . .........................................................................................................................................................................GP Lakita Ross; Salem Community College, New Jersey (2002-03)......................................................................................................................23

Rebounds 534

Rebounds In A Season ......................................................................................................................................................................................GP Deidra Fields; Macomb Community College, Michigan (1997-98)..................................................................................................................33

Rebounds 543

Consecutive Free Throws In A Game . ................................................................................................................................................................... Candace LaCombe, Louisiana State University – Eunice (2008-2009) ............................................................................................................... Jennifer Hicks, Louisiana State University – Eunice (2008-2009)....................................................................................................................... Jennifer Martel; Union County College, New Jersey (1996-97) ...........................................................................................................................

FTM 21 21 16

Consecutive Free Throws In A Career ................................................................................................................................................................... Candace LaCombe, Louisiana State University – Eunice (2008-2009) ............................................................................................................... Jennifer Hicks, Louisiana State University – Eunice (2008-2009)............................................................... ....................................................... Desiree Francis; Kirkwood Community College, Iowa (1996-97)............................................................... .........................................................

FTM 52 29 28

Blocks In A Game . ................................................................................................................................................................................................ Jennifer Hicks, LSU – Eunice, La. (2008-2009)...................................................................................................................................................

44

FT Points Opponent 9 52 Kankakee

Avg. 23.2

vs. Glendale vs. Meridian vs. Salem

Blocks Opponent 8 vs. Miss Gulf Coast


LADY BENGALS AT THE NEXT LEVEL

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2009 Candace LaCombe, McNeese State Quanessa Batiste, Dillard University

W O M E N S

2008 Kayla Armstrong, McNeese State Jessica Pipkins, Arkansas Southern Kayla Armstrong McNeese

Jamien Arvie LSU Shreveport

2007 Renotta Edwards, Northwestern State Jamien Arvie, LSU Shreveport Michele Yawn, Dowling College Tiffany Witmore, Millsaps College

Casey Broussard Delta State

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2006 Amanda Romero, West Virginia Tech Jessica Smith, Louisiana College 2005 Casey Broussard, Delta State

Renotta Edwards Northwestern State

Candace LaCombe McNeese

Michele Yawn Dowling College

FLASHBACK: TEAMS

National and State Awards

NJCAA PRE-SEASON ALL-AMERICAN Renotta Edwards (2nd Team) 2006 Kayla Armstrong (3rd Team) 2007 Jennifer Hicks (2nd Team) 2009

NJCAA NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK Renotta Edwards 2007 Michele Yawn (2 time) 2007 Candace LaCombe 2009

The first Lady Bengal Basketball Team (1999-2000)

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT TEAM Michele Yawn (First Team) 2007

LOUISIANA STATE MVP Renotta Edwards Chelsie Guillory

2006 2007

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all-time roster ALPHABETICAL LISTING Renee Abshire, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2004-06) Jana Andres, Forward, Grand Coteau, LA (2002-03) Erica Andrus, Center, Eunice, LA (1999-00) Kayla Armstrong, Forward, Denham Springs, LA (2006-08) Jamien Arvie, Center, Chatagnier, LA (2005-07) Quanessa Batiste, Guard, Avoyelles (2008-09) Phyleice Beaver, Forward, Houston, TX (2009-10) Nicole Bergeron, Guard, Kinder, LA (2006-07) Jade Bernard, , Abbeville, LA (2000-01) Jesselyn Bolden, Center, Kinder, LA (2008-09) Ashlie Bradley, Guard, Bayou Chicot, LA (2001-02) Amanda Broussard, Forward, Opelousas, LA (2001-03) Amelia Broussard, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2008-10) Casey Broussard, Forward, Kaplan, LA (2003-05) Katie Broussard, Forward, Kaplan, LA (2002-04) Leslie Broussard, Guard, Welsh, LA (1999-00) Umea Burns, Point Guard, Duson, LA (2000-02) Kylee Burnthorn, Forward, Loranger, LA (2003-05) DeQuindra Butler, Center, New Iberia, LA (2005-06) Nicollette Calvin, Forward, Pickering, LA (2008-10) Keri Campbell, Forward, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Tamhra Carhee, Guard, Many, LA (2005-06) Jermaine Clark, Center, Houma, LA (2001-03) Amanda Clemons, Guard, Pickering, LA (2001-02/03-04) Angela Collins, , Opelousas (2000-01) Ashley Cormier, Guard/Forward, Abbeville, LA (2002-04) Angel Curry, Guard, Baton Rouge, LA (2003-04) Rachael Delome, Forward, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Ariel Dimes, Guard, Rayne, LA (2007-08) Julie Dubus, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2001-03) Tammy Duplechian, Guard, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Ashley Edwards, Forward, Eunice, LA (2005-06) Kayla Edwards, Guard, Carencro, LA (2001-03) Renotta Edwards, Guard, Ville Platte, LA (2005-07) Natalie Engler, Forward, Walker, LA (2006-08) Amanda Fontenot, Point Guard, Washington, LA (2008-10) S’omon Garrette, Center, Opelousas, LA (2002-03) Katelyn Gary, Forward, Lafayette, LA (2006-08) Sierra Goldwire, Center, Clyo, GA (2008-10) Tranissa Green, Guard, New Orleans, LA (2004-05) Chelsie Guillory, Point Guard, Lafayette, LA (2007-08) Kayla Gums, Guard, Gueydan, LA (2003-05) Chyliederia Hicks, Guard, Bossier City, LA (2004-05) Jennifer Hicks, Forward, Bossier City, LA (2008-10) Shaina Howard, Guard, Lafayette, LA (2009-10) Stacy Hulin, Point Guard, Maurice, LA (2002-03) Jacqueline Jefferson, Forward, Natchitoches, LA (2005-06) Cherise Johnson, Center, Jennings, LA (2005-06) Dana Johnson, Guard/Forward, Pitkin, LA (2000-02) Latoya Johnson, Forward, Palmetto, LA (2002-04) Candace Lacombe, Guard, Iota, LA (2008-09) Laura Lacombe, Guard, Bunkie, LA (1999-00) Cindy Larry, Point Guard, Mermentau, LA (1999-00) Kassie Latiolais, Guard, Church Point, LA (2008-10) Bridgette Lazard, Guard, Opelousas, LA (1999-01) Courtney LeBlanc, Forward, Ragley, LA (2008-09) Allison Ledoux, Forward, Basile, LA (2009-10) Sydney Lemoine, Guard, Cottonport, LA (2009-10) April Luckett, Guard, New Orleans, LA (2005-06) Jennifer Marcantel, , Bell City, LA (2000-01) Jessica Mason, Forward, Port Allen, LA (2005-06) Amanda Maxie, Guard, Negreet, LA (2002-03) Lauren Melancon, Guard, Crowley, LA (2006-07) Kayla Miles, Point Guard, Kinder, LA (2001-02) Jacquelyn Miller, Forward, Jennings, LA (2004-05)

Lindsey Miller, Guard, Iota, LA (2008-09) Meagan Miller, Guard, Ville Platte, LA (2006-07) Renieda Moody, Forward, Shreveport, LA (2003-05) Danielle Morgan, Forward, Bossier City, LA (2007-09) Chancey Nicks, Power Forward, Hornbeck, LA (2000-02) Erica Noel, Guard, Carencro, LA (2009-10) Katy Parrott, Forward, Ruston, LA (2006-07) Katrica Perkins, Forward, Vinton, LA (2004-05) Quineshia Perkins, Guard, Brusly, LA (2006-08) Jessica Pipkins, Center, Cecilia, LA (2005-06/07-08) Lainie Pitre, Guard, Opelousas, LA (1999-00) Elizabeth Pollard, Forward, Pitkin, LA (2001-02) Tina Poncho, Center, Elton, LA (2000-02) Casey Primeaux, Guard, Erath, LA (2007-08) Ashley Qualls, Guard, Rayville, LA (2009-10) Amanda Romero, Guard, Welsh, LA (2004-06) Kellie Shepherd, Center, Baton Rouge, LA (2001-02) Angel Simar, Forward, Evangeline, LA (2008-09) Jessika Smith, Center, Marksville, LA (2005-06) LaShona Spencer, Guard/Forward, Iota, LA (2001-02) Melissa St. Mary, Guard, Iowa, LA (1999-01) Annsley Stoma, Guard, Crowley, LA (2006-08) Chaylin Taylor, Guard, Lafayette, LA (2003-05) Kathy Terrell, Center, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Lacey Thibodeaux, Forward, Jennings, LA (2007-08) Krystal Thomas, Guard, Opelousas, LA (2002-04) Mallory Thornton, Point Guard, Lake Charles, LA (2007-09) Twanisha Tillman, Center, New Orleans, LA (2009-10) Becky Tullos, , Carencro, LA (1999-01) Elizabeth Vallette, Guard, Sulphur, LA (2001-03) Ana Washington, Guard, Welsh, LA (2004-05) Jessica Washington, Center, Loranger, LA (2003-04) Brooke Watson, Guard, Baton Rouge, LA (2002-03) Kristen White, Guard, Central, LA (2003-04) Tiffany Whitmore, Forward, Avoyelles, LA (2005-07) Courtney Williams, Guard/Forward, Patterson, LA (2001-02) LaToya Williams, Guard, Abbeville, LA (2003-04) Meoshia Wilridge, Forward, Iota, LA (2005-06) Pam Workman, Forward, Opelousas, LA (1999-01) Michele Yawn, Point Guard, Walker, LA (2005-07) LISTING BY HIGH SCHOOL ABBEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Jade Bernard, Abbeville, LA (2000-01) Ashley Cormier, Guard/Forward, Abbeville, LA (2002-04) ACADIANA HIGH SCHOOL Umea Burns, Point Guard, Duson, LA (2000-02) Shaina Howard, Guard, Lafayette, LA (2009-10) ACADIANA PREP HIGH SCHOOL Lainie Pitre, Guard, Opelousas, LA (1999-00) Pam Workman, Forward, Opelousas, LA (1999-01) AIRLINE HIGH SCHOOL Chyliederia Hicks, Guard, Bossier City, LA (2004-05) Danielle Morgan, Forward, Bossier City, LA (2007-09) AVOYELLES HIGH SCHOOL Quanessa Batiste, Guard, Mansura, LA (2008-09) Tiffany Whitmore, Forward, Avoyelles, LA (2005-07) BASILE HIGH SCHOOL Allison Ledoux, Forward, Basile, LA (2009-10) BAYOU CHICOT HIGH SCHOOL Ashlie Bradley, Guard, Bayou Chicot, LA (2001-02) BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL Jana Andres, Forward, Grand Coteau, LA (2002-03) BELAIRE HIGH SCHOOL Kellie Shepherd, Center, Baton Rouge, LA (2001-02) Brooke Watson, Guard, Baton Rouge, LA (2002-03)

BELL CITY HIGH SCHOOL Jennifer Marcantel, Bell City, LA (2000-01) BETHEL CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL Lacey Thibodeaux, Forward, Jennings, LA (2007-08) BOSSIER CITY HIGH SCHOOL Jennifer Hicks, Forward, Bossier City, LA (2008-10) BRUSLY HIGH SCHOOL Quineshia Perkins, Guard, Brusly, LA (2006-08) BUNKIE HIGH SCHOOL Laura Lacombe, Guard, Bunkie, LA (1999-00) CAPITOL HIGH SCHOOL Angel Curry, Guard, Baton Rouge, LA (2003-04) CARENCRO HIGH SCHOOL Kayla Edwards, Guard, Carencro, LA (2001-03) Erica Noel, Guard, Carencro, LA (2009-10) Chaylin Taylor, Guard, Lafayette, LA (2003-05) Becky Tullos, , Carencro, LA (1999-01) CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Kristen White, Guard, Central, LA (2003-04) CHURCH POINT HIGH SCHOOL Kassie Latiolais, Guard, Church Point, LA (2008-10) CROWLEY HIGH SCHOOL LaShona Spencer, Guard/Forward, Iota, LA (2001-02) DENHAM SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL Kayla Armstrong, Forward, Denham Springs, LA (2006-08) EAST BEAUREGARD SCHOOL Nicole Bergeron, Guard, Kinder, LA (2006-07) Keri Campbell, Forward, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Rachael Delome, Forward, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Tammy Duplechian, Guard, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Kathy Terrell, Center, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) EDNA KARR HIGH SCHOOL Twanisha Tillman, Center, New Orleans, LA (2009-10) EFFINGHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL (GEORGIA) Sierra Goldwire, Center, Clyo, GA (2008-10) ELTON HIGH SCHOOL Tina Poncho, Center, Elton, LA (2000-02) ERATH HIGH SCHOOL Casey Primeaux, Guard, Erath, LA (2007-08) EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL Ashley Edwards, Forward, Eunice, LA (2005-06) HATHAWAY HIGH SCHOOL Jacquelyn Miller, Forward, Jennings, LA (2004-05) HORNBECK HIGH SCHOOL Chancey Nicks, Power Forward, Hornbeck, LA (2000-02) HUNTINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Renieda Moody, Forward, Shreveport, LA (2003-05) IOTA HIGH SCHOOL Candace Lacombe, Guard, Iota, LA (2008-09) Lindsey Miller, Guard, Iota, LA (2008-09) Angel Simar, Forward, Evangeline, LA (2008-09) Meoshia Wilridge, Forward, Iota, LA (2005-06) IOWA HIGH SCHOOL Melissa St. Mary, Guard, Iowa, LA (1999-01) JENNINGS HIGH SCHOOL Cherise Johnson, Center, Jennings, LA (2005-06) KAPLAN HIGH SCHOOL Renee Abshire, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2004-06) Amelia Broussard, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2008-10) Casey Broussard, Forward, Kaplan, LA (2003-05) Katie Broussard, Forward, Kaplan, LA (2002-04) Julie Dubus, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2001-03) KINDER HIGH SCHOOL Jesselyn Bolden, Center, Kinder, LA (2008-09) Kayla Miles, Point Guard, Kinder, LA (2001-02) (continued next page)


all-time roster LORANGER HIGH SCHOOL Kylee Burnthorn, Forward, Loranger, LA (2003-05) Jessica Washington, Center, Loranger, LA (2003-04) MANY HIGH SCHOOL Tamhra Carhee, Guard, Many, LA (2005-06) MARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Jessika Smith, Center, Marksville, LA (2005-06) MCDONOGH 35 HIGH SCHOOL Tranissa Green, Guard, New Orleans, LA (2004-05) April Luckett, Guard, New Orleans, LA (2005-06) MIDLAND HIGH SCHOOL Cindy Larry, Point Guard, Mermentau, LA (1999-00) NATCHITOCHES CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Jacqueline Jefferson, Forward, Natchitoches, LA (2005-06) NEGREET HIGH SCHOOL Amanda Maxie, Guard, Negreet, LA (2002-03) NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Latoya Johnson, Forward, Palmetto, LA (2002-04) NORTH VERMILLION HIGH SCHOOL Stacy Hulin, Point Guard, Maurice, LA (2002-03) NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL Lauren Melancon, Guard, Crowley, LA (2006-07) Amanda Romero, Guard, Welsh, LA (2004-06) Annsley Stoma, Guard, Crowley, LA (2006-08) OPELOUSAS HIGH SCHOOL Amanda Broussard, Forward, Opelousas, LA (2001-03) Angela Collins, Opelousas (2000-01) S’omon Garrette, Center, Opelousas, LA (2002-03) Kayla Gums, Guard, Gueydan, LA (2003-05) Bridgette Lazard, Guard, Opelousas, LA (1999-01) Krystal Thomas, Guard, Opelousas, LA (2002-04) OPELOUSAS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Amanda Fontenot, Point Guard, Washington, LA (2008-10) PATTERSON HIGH SCHOOL Courtney Williams, Guard/Forward, Patterson, LA (2001-02) PICKERING HIGH SCHOOL Nicollette Calvin, Forward, Pickering, LA (2008-10) Amanda Clemons, Guard, Pickering, LA (2001-02/03-04) PITKIN HIGH SCHOOL Dana Johnson, Guard/Forward, Pitkin, LA (2000-02) Jessica Pipkins, Center, Cecilia, LA (2005-06/07-08) Elizabeth Pollard, Forward, Pitkin, LA (2001-02) RAYNE HIGH SCHOOL Ariel Dimes, Guard, Rayne, LA (2007-08) RAYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Ashley Qualls, Guard, Rayville, LA (2009-10) RUSTON HIGH SCHOOL Katy Parrott, Forward, Ruston, LA (2006-07) SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL Meagan Miller, Guard, Ville Platte, LA (2006-07) SAM HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL Mallory Thornton, Point Guard, Lake Charles, LA (2007-09) SOUTH BEAUREGARD HIGH SCHOOL Courtney LeBlanc, Forward, Ragley, LA (2008-09) SOUTHERN LAB HIGH SCHOOL Jessica Mason, Forward, Port Allen, LA (2005-06) ST. EDMUND CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Erica Andrus, Center, Eunice, LA (1999-00) ST. JOSEPH’S HIGH SCHOOL Sydney Lemoine, Guard, Cottonport, LA (2009-10) ST. THOMAS MORE HIGH SCHOOL Chelsie Guillory, Point Guard, Lafayette, LA (2007-08) SULPHUR HIGH SCHOOL Elizabeth Vallette, Guard, Sulphur, LA (2001-03) TERREBONNE HIGH SCHOOL Jermaine Clark, Center, Houma, LA (2001-03)

E TEURLINGS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Katelyn Gary, Forward, Lafayette, LA (2006-08) VARNDAO HIGH SCHOOL Bridgette Cole, Center, Angie, La (2009-10) VERMILLION CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL LaToya Williams, Guard, Abbeville, LA (2003-04) VILLE PLATTE HIGH SCHOOL Jamien Arvie, Center, Chatagnier, LA (2005-07) Renotta Edwards, Guard, Ville Platte, LA (2005-07) VINTON HIGH SCHOOL Katrica Perkins, Forward, Vinton, LA (2004-05) WALKER HIGH SCHOOL Natalie Engler, Forward, Walker, LA (2006-08) Michele Yawn, Point Guard, Walker, LA (2005-07) WELSH HIGH SCHOOL Leslie Broussard, Guard, Welsh, LA (1999-00) Ana Washington, Guard, Welsh, LA (2004-05) WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL DeQuindra Butler, Center, New Iberia, LA (2005-06) WILLOWRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL (TEXAS) Phyleice Beaver, Forward, Houston, TX (2009-10) LISTING BY SEASON Erica Andrus, Center, Eunice, LA (1999-00) Leslie Broussard, Guard, Welsh, LA (1999-00) Keri Campbell, Forward, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Rachael Delome, Forward, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Tammy Duplechian, Guard, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Laura Lacombe, Guard, Bunkie, LA (1999-00) Cindy Larry, Point Guard, Mermentau, LA (1999-00) Lainie Pitre, Guard, Opelousas, LA (1999-00) Kathy Terrell, Center, Dry Creek, LA (1999-00) Bridgette Lazard, Guard, Opelousas, LA (1999-01) Melissa St. Mary, Guard, Iowa, LA (1999-01) Becky Tullos,, Carencro, LA (1999-01) Pam Workman, Forward, Opelousas, LA (1999-01) Jade Bernard, , Abbeville, LA (2000-01) Angela Collins, , Opelousas (2000-01) Jennifer Marcantel, , Bell City, LA (2000-01) Umea Burns, Point Guard, Duson, LA (2000-02) Dana Johnson, Guard/Forward, Pitkin, LA (2000-02) Chancey Nicks, Power Forward, Hornbeck, LA (2000-02) Tina Poncho, Center, Elton, LA (2000-02) Ashlie Bradley, Guard, Bayou Chicot, LA (2001-02) Kayla Miles, Point Guard, Kinder, LA (2001-02) Elizabeth Pollard, Forward, Pitkin, LA (2001-02) Kellie Shepherd, Center, Baton Rouge, LA (2001-02) LaShona Spencer, Guard/Forward, Iota, LA (2001-02) Courtney Williams, Guard/Forward, Patterson, LA (2001-02) Amanda Clemons, Guard, Pickering, LA (2001-02/03-04) Amanda Broussard, Forward, Opelousas, LA (2001-03) Jermaine Clark, Center, Houma, LA (2001-03) Julie Dubus, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2001-03) Kayla Edwards, Guard, Carencro, LA (2001-03) Elizabeth Vallette, Guard, Sulphur, LA (2001-03) Jana Andres, Forward, Grand Coteau, LA (2002-03) S’omon Garrette, Center, Opelousas, LA (2002-03) Stacy Hulin, Point Guard, Maurice, LA (2002-03) Amanda Maxie, Guard, Negreet, LA (2002-03) Brooke Watson, Guard, Baton Rouge, LA (2002-03) Katie Broussard, Forward, Kaplan, LA (2002-04) Ashley Cormier, Guard/Forward, Abbeville, LA (2002-04) Latoya Johnson, Forward, Palmetto, LA (2002-04) Krystal Thomas, Guard, Opelousas, LA (2002-04) Angel Curry, Guard, Baton Rouge, LA (2003-04) Jessica Washington, Center, Loranger, LA (2003-04)

Kristen White, Guard, Central, LA (2003-04) LaToya Williams, Guard, Abbeville, LA (2003-04) Casey Broussard, Forward, Kaplan, LA (2003-05) Kylee Burnthorn, Forward, Loranger, LA (2003-05) Kayla Gums, Guard, Gueydan, LA (2003-05) Renieda Moody, Forward, Shreveport, LA (2003-05) Chaylin Taylor, Guard, Lafayette, LA (2003-05) Tranissa Green, Guard, New Orleans, LA (2004-05) Chyliederia Hicks, Guard, Bossier City, LA (2004-05) Jacquelyn Miller, Forward, Jennings, LA (2004-05) Katrica Perkins, Forward, Vinton, LA (2004-05) Ana Washington, Guard, Welsh, LA (2004-05) Renee Abshire, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2004-06) Amanda Romero, Guard, Welsh, LA (2004-06) DeQuindra Butler, Center, New Iberia, LA (2005-06) Tamhra Carhee, Guard, Many, LA (2005-06) Ashley Edwards, Forward, Eunice, LA (2005-06) Jacqueline Jefferson, Forward, Natchitoches, LA (2005-06) Cherise Johnson, Center, Jennings, LA (2005-06) April Luckett, Guard, New Orleans, LA (2005-06) Jessica Mason, Forward, Port Allen, LA (2005-06) Jessika Smith, Center, Marksville, LA (2005-06) Meoshia Wilridge, Forward, Iota, LA (2005-06) Jessica Pipkins, Center, Cecilia, LA (2005-06/07-08) Jamien Arvie, Center, Chatagnier, LA (2005-07) Renotta Edwards, Guard, Ville Platte, LA (2005-07) Tiffany Whitmore, Forward, Avoyelles, LA (2005-07) Michele Yawn, Point Guard, Walker, LA (2005-07) Nicole Bergeron, Guard, Kinder, LA (2006-07) Lauren Melancon, Guard, Crowley, LA (2006-07) Meagan Miller, Guard, Ville Platte, LA (2006-07) Katy Parrott, Forward, Ruston, LA (2006-07) Kayla Armstrong, Forward, Denham Springs, LA (2006-08) Natalie Engler, Forward, Walker, LA (2006-08) Katelyn Gary, Forward, Lafayette, LA (2006-08) Quineshia Perkins, Guard, Brusly, LA (2006-08) Annsley Stoma, Guard, Crowley, LA (2006-08) Ariel Dimes, Guard, Rayne, LA (2007-08) Chelsie Guillory, Point Guard, Lafayette, LA (2007-08) Casey Primeaux, Guard, Erath, LA (2007-08) Lacey Thibodeaux, Forward, Jennings, LA (2007-08) Danielle Morgan, Forward, Bossier City, LA (2007-09) Mallory Thornton, Point Guard, Lake Charles, LA (2007-09) Quanessa Batiste, Guard, Mansura (2008-09) Jesselyn Bolden, Center, Kinder, LA (2008-09) Candace Lacombe, Guard, Iota, LA (2008-09) Courtney LeBlanc, Forward, Ragley, LA (2008-09) Lindsey Miller, Guard, Iota, LA (2008-09) Angel Simar, Forward, Evangeline, LA (2008-09) Amelia Broussard, Guard, Kaplan, LA (2008-10) Nicollette Calvin, Forward, Pickering, LA (2008-10) Amanda Fontenot, Point Guard, Washington, LA (2008-10) Sierra Goldwire, Center, Clyo, GA (2008-10) Jennifer Hicks, Forward, Bossier City, LA (2008-10) Kassie Latiolais, Guard, Church Point, LA (2008-10) Phyleice Beaver, Forward, Houston, TX (2009-10) Shaina Howard, Guard, Lafayette, LA (2009-10) Allison Ledoux, Forward, Basile, LA (2009-10) Sydney Lemoine, Guard, Cottonport, LA (2009-10) Erica Noel, Guard, Carencro, LA (2009-10) Ashley Qualls, Guard, Rayville, LA (2009-10) Twanisha Tillman, Center, New Orleans, LA (2009-10)

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