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Date Opponent Location Nov. 12 at North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. Nov. 15 KENNESAW STATE Boiling Springs, N.C. Nov. 19 APPALACHIAN STATE Boiling Springs, N.C. Nov. 21 at Davidson Davidson, N.C. Nov. 25-26 Bahamas Junkanoo Jam Freeport, Bahamas (Duke, Notre Dame, Southern California) Dec. 3 WOFFORD Boiling Springs, N.C. Dec. 10 at Louisville Louisville, Ky. Dec. 18 at Lipscomb Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 28 at North Carolina Central Durham, N.C. Dec. 30 at Campbell * Buies Creek, N.C. Jan. 2 at High Point * High Point, N.C. Jan. 7 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * Boiling Springs, N.C. Jan. 9 COASTAL CAROLINA * Boiling Springs, N.C. Jan. 14 at Presbyterian * Clinton, S.C. Jan. 16 at Winthrop * Rock Hill, S.C. Jan. 21 at UNC Asheville * Asheville, N.C. Jan. 28 RADFORD * Boiling Springs, N.C. Jan. 30 LIBERTY * Boiling Springs, N.C. Feb. 4 at Coastal Carolina * Conway, S.C. Feb. 6 at Charleston Southern * Charleston, S.C. Feb. 11 WINTHROP * Boiling Springs, N.C. Feb. 13 PRESBYTERIAN * Boiling Springs, N.C. Feb. 18 UNC ASHEVILLE * Boiling Springs, N.C. Feb. 20 at Longwood Farmville, Va. Feb. 25 at Liberty * Lynchburg, Va. Feb. 27 at Radford * Radford, Va. Mar. 2 HIGH POINT * Boiling Springs, N.C. Mar. 5 CAMPBELL * Boiling Springs, N.C. Mar. 9-11 2011 Big South Championship High Point, N.C. HOME GAMES

* denotes Big South Conference games

Time 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 5 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

(All times subject to change)


TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents/Credits ....................................................................................1 2011-12 Quick Facts .............................................................................................2 Local/Regional Media Outlets ............................................................................3 2011-12 Opponents Contact Information ..........................................................4 Gardner-Webb University ............................................................................... 5-8 Big South Conference .................................................................................... 9-12 Gardner-Webb Women’s Basketball .......................................................... 13-20 2011-12 Schedule ........................................................................................14 2011-12 Season Outlook....................................................................... 15-17 TV/Radio Chart .........................................................................................18 Roster & Roster Breakdown ............................................................... 19-20 The Runnin’ Bulldogs .................................................................................. 21-42 Gardner-Webb Coaching Staff ................................................................... 43-53 Gardner-Webb Important Numbers to Know ................................................54 Gardner-Webb Athletics.............................................................................. 55-60 Gardner-Webb Administration .................................................................. 61-64 2010-11 Season Review ................................................................................ 65-76 2010-11 Season Results & Season Statistics ....................................... 68-69 2010-11 Conference Only Statistics ..........................................................70 2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics ............................................................71 2010-11 Team Superlatives & Individual Superlatives ..................... 72-73 2010-11 Big South Review ................................................................... 74-76 GWU Division I Record Book..................................................................... 77-85 Gardner-Webb 1,000 Career Points Club................................................84 GWU Coaching Records ...........................................................................85 GWU D1 Annual Results ............................................................................. 86-89 Runnin’ Bulldogs in the Pros ............................................................................90

Special thanks to head coach Rick Reeves and the GWU women’s basketball staff for their assistance in producing this media guide. Editor: ........................................................................... Kevin Davis Editorial Assistance: .................................................... Bailey Davis Layout and Design: ...................................................... Kevin Davis Cover Artwork: ............................................................ Kevin Davis Cover Concept:.............................................................. Kevin Davis Photography: ............................................Bob Carey, Brent Hager, ............................Big South Conference, Atlantic Sun Conference, ...GWU Photo Team, GWU File Photos, Gerry Wall, Mike Slade, .................................... Willis Glasgow, Kevin Davis, Ryan Bridges

Gardner-Webb admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

COACHING STAFF

Founded: ...................................................................1905 Enrollement:.............................................................4,300 Nickname: .............................................Runnin’ Bulldogs School Colors:..............................................Red & Black Arena:................................................... Paul Porter Arena Capacity: ..................................................................3,500 Affiliation: .............................................NCAA Division I Conference: .......................................................Big South President:.......................................... Dr. A. Frank Bonner Vice President for Athletics: ........................Chuck Burch SWA/Associate A.D.: ...................................Pam Scruggs Athletic Dept. Phone: ...............................(704) 406-4340

Head Coach: .................................................. Rick Reeves Alma Mater: ........................................ Indiana State (‘81) Record at GWU: ...................................118-100 (6 years) Career Record: ....................................385-338 (25 years) Associate Head Coach: ..................Krystal Reeves-Evans Alma Mater: ..................................... Southern Miss. (‘02) Assistant Coach:................................... Brooke Wilkinson Alma Mater: ......................................Gardner-Webb (‘06) Assistant Coach:......................................... LaToya Carter Alma Mater: ......................................Gardner-Webb (‘08) Director of Basketball Operations: .......... Logan Simpson Administrative Assistant: ................................Brad Evans

PROGRAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

First Year (Senior College): .................................1975-76 All-Time Record: .................................................426-519 Best Record (Year): ...................................28-5 (2009-10) Most Wins (Year): ........................................ 28 (2009-10) NCAA Division I First Year: .............................................................2000-01 All-Time Record: .................................................146-185 Best Record (Year): ...................................28-5 (2009-10) Most Wins (Year): ........................................ 28 (2009-10)

2010-11 Big South Conference Champions 2010-11 Overall Record: .......................................... 23-11 2010-11 Conference Record: ..................................... 11-5 2010-11 Home Record: .............................................. 11-4 2010-11 Away Record: .................................................8-5 2010-11 Neutral Record: ..............................................4-2 Final Ranking Last Year:.............................................. n/a Starters Returning/Lost: ............................................... 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ..................................... 7/7 Newcomers: .................................................................... 7

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LOCAL/REGIONAL PRINT MEDIA The Shelby Star Phone: (704) 484-7000 Fax: (704) 484-0805 Email: sports@shelbystar.com The Charlotte Observer Phone: (704) 358-5125 (sports desk) Fax: (704) 358-5110 Email: obsports@charlotteobserver.com The Asheville Citizen-Times Phone: (800) 800-4204 Fax: (828) 251-0585 Email: scoreboard@citizen-times.com The Gaston Gazette Phone: (704) 864-3291 Fax: (704) 867-5751 The Lincolnton Times-News Phone: (704) 735-3031 Fax: (704) 735-3037 The Spartanburg (S.C.) Herald-Journal Phone: (800) 476-1025 ext. 7241 Fax: (864) 594-6234 Email: jim.fair@shj.com; sports@shj.com The Gaffney (S.C.) Ledger Phone: (864) 489-1131 Fax: (864) 487-7667

The Greensboro News-Record Phone: (336) 373-7062 Fax: (336) 373-7067 Email: sports@news-record.com

WOHS-AM (730) Cherryville/Waco/Shelby/ Gastonia/Lincolnton Phone: (704) 435-3297

The Hendersonville Times-News Phone: (828) 692-0505 Fax: (828) 692-2319 Email: sports@hendersonvillenews.com

WIRE SERVICES The Associated Press Phone: (800) 662-7075 Fax: (919) 834-1078 Email: apraleigh@ap.org

LOCAL/REGIONAL T.V. AND RADIO WBTV (CBS) Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 374-3713 Fax: (704) 374-3818 Email: kmorton@wbtv.com; nwimberly@wbtv.com WCNC-TV (NBC) Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 329-3665 Fax: (704) 357-4975 Email: choward@nbc6.com NEWS 14 CAROLINA Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 973-5792 Fax: (704) 731-2760 Email: mike.solarte@news14.com

The Rock Hill (S.C.) Herald Phone: (803) 329-4034 Fax: (803) 329-4021 Email: sports@heraldonline.com

WCCB-TV (FOX 18) Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 632-7551 Fax: (704) 358-4841 Email: sportsdesk@fox18wccb.com; kbartik@fox18wccb.com

The Greenville (S.C.) News Phone: (864) 298-4239 Fax: (864) 298-4395 Email: sports@greenvillenews.com

WGWG-FM (88.3) Boiling Springs, N.C. Phone: (704) 406-4339 Fax: (704) 406-4338

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The Sports Ticker Phone: (201) 938-4582 Fax: (800) 336-0383 Email: newsroom@sportsticker.com The Sports Network Phone: (800) 227-7249 Fax: (800) 227-0803 Email: mdougherty@sportsnetwork.com

MEDIA RELATIONS INTERVIEWS: Media members MUST contact the athletic media relations office to arrange interviews with both players and coaches. No interviews will be allowed without at least 24 hours advance notice. At no time will a student-athlete’s home or cell phone number be given out. MEDIA SERVICES: Media members are encouraged to contact the athletic media relations office for any story ideas, statistics, records, game notes or help in accurately covering the Runnin’ Bulldogs. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONTACT: Kevin Davis .................Office: (704) 406-3523 .........................................Cell: (704) 974-9095 ..................Email: kldavis@gardner-webb.edu


2011-12 GARDNER-WEBB NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS INFORMATION Opponent North Carolina Kennesaw State Appalachian State Davidson Duke Notre Dame Southern California Wofford Louisville Lipscomb N.C. Central Longwood

Date 11/12 11/15 11/19 11/21 11/25 11/26 11/26 12/3 12/10 12/18 12/28 2/20

Contact Bobby Hundley Jason Hanes Ryan Bower Gavin McFarlin Lindy Brown Chris Masters Darcy Couch Kevin Young Kim Pemberton Jamie Gilliam Ariel Germain Stuart Smith

Phone (919) 843-5678 (678) 797-2562 (828) 262-7162 (704) 894-2635 (919) 684-2664 (574) 631-7516 (213) 740-3808 (864) 597-4092 (502) 852-7711 (615) 966-5166 (919) 530-6892 (434) 395-2718

Email Official Website bhundley@uncaa.unc.edu tarheelblue.com jhanes2@kennesaw.edu ksuowls.com bowerrp@appstate.edu goasu.com gamcfarlin@davidson.edu davidsonwildcats.com lbrown@duaa.duke.edu goduke.com masters.5@nd.edu und.com dcouch@usc.edu usctrojans.com youngkm@wofford.edu woffordterriers.com kimberli.pemberton@louisville.edu uoflsports.com jaimegilliam@lipscomb.edu lipscombsports.com agermain@nccu.edu nccueaglepride.com smithsb2@longwood.edu longwoodlancers.com

2011-12 GARDNER-WEBB BIG SOUTH OPPONENTS INFORMATION Opponent Campbell High Point Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Presbyterian College Winthrop UNC Asheville Radford Liberty

Date 12/30; 3/5 1/2; 3/2 1/7; 2/6 1/9; 2/4 1/14; 2/13 1/16; 2/11 1/21; 2/18 1/28; 2/27 1/30; 2/25

Big South Conference Office

Contact Jason Williams Joe Arancio Thomas Morrow Cody Bays Ryan Real Brett Redden Matt Pellegrin Justin Thompson Paul Carmany

Phone (910) 893-1369 (336) 841-4638 (843) 863-7688 (843) 349-6467 (864) 833-7095 (803) 323-2129 (828) 251-6931 (540) 831-5211 (434) 582-2604

Email jwilliams@campbell.edu jarancio@highpoint.edu tmorrow@csuniv.edu cbays@coastal.edu rtreal@presby.edu reddenb@winthrop.edu mpellegr@unca.edu jthompson124@radford.edu pjcarmany@liberty.edu

Nic Bowman

(704) 341-7990

nicb@bigsouth.org

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Official Website gocamels.com highpointpanthers.com csusports.com goccusports.com gobluehose.com winthropeagles.com uncabulldogs.com ruhighlanders.com libertyflames.com bigsouthsports.com


GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY Gardner-Webb University (GWU), located on 250 acres in Boiling Springs, N.C., is a private, four-year, NCAA Division I institution affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. GWU has been recognized as one of only 134 institutions in America on the John Templeton Foundation’s Honor Roll for Character-Building Colleges. GWU enrolls over 4,000 students from 33 states and 34 foreign countries in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs. Small classes in a personal learning environment allow the university to feature a 15-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. With increased national exposure and attention given to the institution’s academic programs and character building opportunities, the enrollment has grown over 60 percent in the last 10 years. There are 45 major fields of study on the undergraduate level. Graduate programs such as the School of Divinity, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, and the Graduate School are gaining regional acclaim for numbers of students served and quality of programs exhibited. Gardner-Webb’s GOAL Program (Greater Opportunities for Adult Learners) operates on 17 satellite campuses around North Carolina for working adults who are seeking to complete their four-year degree at night. Recent expansion efforts also have created two new modern facilities for off-campus students - GWU at Statesville and GWU at Charlotte.

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Accounting American Sign Language Art Athletic Training Biology Business Administration Chemistry Communications Computer Science Elementary Education (K-6)

English Finance French Health & Wellness History International Business Journalism Management Information Systems Mathematics

Medical Technology Middle School Education (6-9) Music Business Music Composition Music Education Music Performance Nursing Physical Education Physician Assistant Political Science

Psychology Religious Studies Sacred Music Social Science Sociology Spanish Sports Management Theater Arts

GRADUATE SCHOOL

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MBA in Business Administration M.Acc. in Accounting I.MBA in International Business

M.A. in Mental Health Counselling M.A. in Elementary Education (K-6) M.A. in English M.A. in English Education (K-6) M.A. in Middle Grades Education (9-12) M.A. in Nursing M.A. in School Administration (K-12) M.A. in School Counseling M.A. in Sport Science & Pedagogy

GOAL PROGRAMS Bachelor of Science in: Accounting Business Administration Criminal Justice Health Management Human Services Management Information Systems Nursing Religious Studies

SCHOOL OF DIVINITY Master of Divinity (M.Div.) M.D M.Div. in Christian Education M.Div. in Church Music M.Div/MBA M.Div. in Missiology M.Div. in Pastoral Care and Counseling

DOCTORAL DEGREES OFFERED Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)

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Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 15 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new heights. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and oversaw the additions of men’s and women’s indoor track & field in 1997. The Conference’s 19th championship sport -- women’s lacrosse, will begin play in 2012-13 with seven members. At the same time, Kallander has solidified Conference membership, as an all-time high 11 member institutions comprise the 28-year League in 2011-12. Recent additions include High Point, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian College, plus the return of charter member Campbell University this year. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 700 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had an individual National Champion six times, more than 240 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship six times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the first women’s golf program advance to the national finals, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team five consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, has had four NFL Draft picks, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. In 2006-07, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed four out of the last seven years – including a national seed for the first time in 2010, while the Chanticleers’ FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifthyear of the Big South’s football existence. The 2009-10 season saw Liberty’s Sam Chelanga win two NCAA National Championships (cross country, 10,000-meter run), Coastal Carolina’s baseball team reach the Super Regionals for the second time in three years as well as being ranked No. 1 in the national RPI and as high as No. 3 in the national polls; and three women’s basketball teams reach the postseason for the first time in Conference history. Last season, Chelanga won two more NCAA National Championships (cross country, outdoor 5,000-meter run), the Big South had its first automatic bid recipient in football (Coastal Carolina), UNC Asheville reached the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Coastal Carolina’s women’s golf team was the first in Conference history to advance to the NCAA Championship out of Regional play, and a Leaguerecord 18 baseball players were drafted in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Several former Big South student-athletes have also reached national prominence in recent years. Coastal Carolina’s Amber Campbell made the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team – one of five former Big South athletes to compete in the Games; VMI’s Reggie Williams reached the NBA with the Golden State Warriors in 2010, UNC Asheville’s Ty Wigginton was named an American League All-Star in 2010, and Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson has won four PGA Tour events since departing the Big South Conference in 2007 and tied for runner-up at the 2011 Open Championship. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 95 Academic All-Americans in its 27 years of existence. Furthermore, the Big South has a record number of NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR progress the last two years.

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2011-12 BIG SOUTH WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PRESASON POLL Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Team (first-place votes) Liberty (19) High Point (1) Radford Gardner-Webb Winthrop Campbell Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Presbyterian UNC Asheville

1 190 10 -

2 9 54 72 36 9 -

3 48 40 48 8 16 -

4 42 35 21 14 7 7 14 -

5 6 6 24 12 12 24 6 24 6

6 10 30 5 25 5 25

7 4 4 4 24 12 4 24 4

8 12 6 21 9 12

9 4 10 4 4 10 8

10 1 2 2 6 4 5

Total Points 199 160 157 143 94 77 75 68 67 60

2011-12 PRESEASON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Avery Warley, Liberty - Preseason Player of the Year Devon Brown - Liberty Shamia Brown - High Point Da’Naria Erwin-Spencer - Radford Dequesha McClanahan - Winthrop 12


Date Nov. 12 Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 21 Nov. 25-26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 18 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 9-11

Opponent Location at North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. KENNESAW STATE Boiling Springs, N.C. APPALACHIAN STATE Boiling Springs, N.C. at Davidson Davidson, N.C. Bahamas Junkanoo Jam Freeport, Bahamas (Duke, Notre Dame, Southern California) WOFFORD Boiling Springs, N.C. at Louisville Louisville, Ky. at Lipscomb Nashville, Tenn. at North Carolina Central Durham, N.C. at Campbell * Buies Creek, N.C. at High Point * High Point, N.C. CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * Boiling Springs, N.C. COASTAL CAROLINA * Boiling Springs, N.C. at Presbyterian * Clinton, S.C. at Winthrop * Rock Hill, S.C. at UNC Asheville * Asheville, N.C. RADFORD * Boiling Springs, N.C. LIBERTY * Boiling Springs, N.C. at Coastal Carolina * Conway, S.C. at Charleston Southern * Charleston, S.C. WINTHROP * Boiling Springs, N.C. PRESBYTERIAN * Boiling Springs, N.C. UNC ASHEVILLE * Boiling Springs, N.C. at Longwood Farmville, Va. at Liberty * Lynchburg, Va. at Radford * Radford, Va. HIGH POINT * Boiling Springs, N.C. CAMPBELL * Boiling Springs, N.C. 2011 Big South Championship High Point, N.C.

HOME GAMES

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Time 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 5 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

(All times subject to change)


When you see the 2011-12 Gardner-Webb women’s basketball team, the term “Youth” automatically comes to mind, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs have nine underclassman, six of which are freshman, and have seven total newcomers. Gone are standouts Dominique and Monique Hudson, Sandra Vaitkute and LaTroya Pope, and in comes a new class of young student-athletes looking to add upon what the most recent GWU teams have built … a winning tradition based on Faith, Service and Leadership. The Runnin’ Bulldogs are coming off of two seasons in which they have set program records with back-toback 20 win seasons, with 28 wins in 2009-10, a trip to their first-ever WNIT in 2009-10, a Big South Conference Championship in 2010-11 and their first-ever NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament appearance in 2010-11. A strong foundation for a very young 2011-12 team, which will have inexperience across all five positions for head coach Rick Reeves and his coaching staff, to build upon this season. Joining the seven newcomers are Gardner-Webb returners seniors Brianna Dillard and Breynna Winkler, junior Cierra Harris, redshirt-sophomore Kimberly McKenney and true sophomores Tabby Koerner, Catrina Green and Jasmine Dale, who all played last season for the Runnin’ Bulldogs. Yet of the seven returners, only Dillard, Dale and Green averaged over 14 minutes of play last season; a number that will drastically increase in 2011-12. GUARDS With two-time all-conference selection Dominique Hudson gone, the point guard position will have a new face for the first time in four-years in 2011-12. Dillard, the most experienced guard on the GWU roster, will start the season as the coach on the floor for the Runnin’ Bulldogs, as Coach Reeves’ will look to the senior for both her experience and her knowledge of the offense to help his team run the offense both efficiently and effectively in the early goings of the season. Freshmen Kiki Smith and Mayhana Dunovant will both see time at the point guard position, as both are expected to see an increase in minutes and court time as the season progresses. Smith, who was a 2011 McDonald’s All-American nominee out of Huntington High School in Huntington, W.Va., averaged 16 points per game her senior season, while Dunovant averaged 14 points and eight steals per game her senior season after leading her Butler High School team to the 4A State Championship a year earlier in 2010. While both newcomers bring different strengths and abilities to the court, the two, along with Dillard, will be looked upon to run the offense for GWU and coach Reeves this season. At the shooting guard position, again a hole will need to be filled with the graduation of all-conference performer Monique Hudson. Returners Dillard and Dale will suit up for the Runnin’ Bulldogs at the two-guard spot, as the experience of both will be vital to the success of the GWU offense. Dillard’s versatility will allow her to play off the ball, while sharp shooter Dale, who averaged 5.9 points per game as a freshman last season, will look to increase her scoring average this season.

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Depth at the off-guard spot will come from McKenney and newcomer Eliana Scanlon. McKenney, who missed her freshman season two years ago due to a preseason injury, gives GWU another shooter with range beyond the three-point line. Scanlon, who averaged 12 points and five rebounds per game during her senior season at Oak Hill Academy, will also see time at the two guard spot, as she is a pure shooter with unlimited range that will provide coach Reeves’ squad with another offensive threat. FORWARDS The small forward position is wide open this season, as returners Dillard and McKenney will compete for playing time with newcomers Anna Dill and Jessica Heilig. Dill, a junior college transfer from Itawamba Community College, finished last season ranked in the top-five in the nation among junior colleges in three-point shots made, shooting 42 percent from behind the three-point line. Dill averaged 9.1 points and 6.7 rebounds per game last season and will bring valuable court experience to a very inexperienced team. Heilig, who is coming off a preseason injury, was ranked No. 32 overall at the wing position in the 2011 class by ESPN. The fouryear letterwinner from Salisbury High School helped lead her team to three straight North Carolina 2A State Championships and brings both size and a strong face-up game to the forward spot. Moving from the perimeter back to her more natural position at power forward is Koerner. The sophomore, who played on the perimeter for much of last season, has added muscle to her frame in the off season and will look to make an impact down low for the Runnin’ Bulldogs this season. Joining Koerner at the four-spot will be freshmen Chaylia Coleman and Chariah Harris. Coleman, who could also see time at center for GWU, is a 6-4 force down low that has strong hands and is a solid rebounder The Charlotte, N.C. native, which was ranked as high as No. 22 overall in the 2011 class for North Carolina and South Carolina prospects by Southern Premier Hoops, has a very good face up game and is comfortable playing on the perimeter. Harris, who is a freshman from Chino Hills, California, set her high school’s single season record by grabbing 256 rebounds, while averaging a League best 12.2 points and 8.5 rebounds per game her senior season. Depth at the power forward spot will come from Cierra Harris, as the junior’s experience, toughness and defensive ability will be needed throughout the season in order for the Runnin’ Bulldogs to be successful. CENTER In the middle for GWU, the Runnin’ Bulldogs return Winkler and Green, who both gained vital experience last season, particularly due to injuries to last season’s starter in all-tournament team selection Vaitkute. Winkler is in her final season at GWU and is the only player with more than two years of experience at the intercollegiate level on the entire Runnin’ Bulldog roster. The 6-1 center will be asked to do more this season, both offensively and defensively, and will be looked upon as a leader on a roster dominated by youth. Green, who was thrown into action

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early last season due to injuries, improved consistently throughout the year to earn a spot on the Big South AllFreshman Team. Again depth down low will come from Cierra Harris, while Coleman could also see time at the center position throughout the season. SCHEDULE Despite the loss of four seniors and seven total letterwinners, coach Reeves did not cut back on the strength of schedule, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs will again have a very challenging slate in 2011-12. The Runnin’ Bulldogs will open play at North Carolina on November 12th, before playing three straight nonconference games versus Kennesaw State, Appalachian State and Davidson. After competing at the 2011 Bahamas Junkanoo Jam in Freeport, Bahamas, where GWU will take on Duke and either Notre Dame or Southern California, the Runnin’ Bulldogs will return to the mainland to continue its nonconference slate with games versus Wofford, at Louisville, at Lipscomb and at North Carolina Central. Gardner-Webb will open up conference play on December 30th at Campbell and will then tip-off the New Year on January 2nd at High Point. GWU will then return home to host Charleston Southern (January 7th) and Coastal Carolina (January 9th), before again hitting the road for a three-game stretch, which includes conference bouts at Presbyterian (January 14th), Winthrop (January 16th) and Asheville (January 21st). On Saturday, January 28th, the Runnin’ Bulldogs will return home to host Radford before welcoming the Liberty Lady Flames to Paul Porter Arena on January 30th. After back-to-back road contests against conference foes Coastal Carolina (February 4th) and Charleston Southern (February 6th), GWU will return home for a three-game home stand, its longest stretch of home games on the year. In the home stand, the Runnin’ Bulldogs will host Winthrop (February 11th), Presbyterian (February 13th), and Asheville (February 18th). GWU will then step out of conference play to take on Longwood on February 20th, before wrapping up its road schedule with games at Liberty on February 25th and at Radford on February 27th. Gardner-Webb will wrap up its 2011-12 regular season slate at home with contests versus High Point on March 2nd and Campbell on March 5th. The 2012 Big South Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament will be held from March 9-11th in High Point, N.C., as the Runnin’ Bulldogs will not only look to make it back-to-back tournament championship wins, but will also look to get back to the championship title game for the fourth-straight year.

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# 2 KiKi Smith 5-6 * G * Freshman Huntington, W.Va.

# 5 Brianna Dillard 5-8 * G * Senior Glen Allen, Va.

# 10 Chaylia Coleman 6-4 * C * Freshman Charlotte, N.C.

# 11 Anna Dill 5-10 * G/F * Junior Fulton, Miss.

# 14 Cierra Harris 6-0 * F * Junior Inman, S.C.

# 15 Chariah Harris 5-10 * F * Freshman Chino Hills, Calif.

# 22 Kim McKenney 5-11 * G/F * R-Sophomore Flint, Mich.

# 23 Jessica Heilig 6-1 * F * Freshman Salisbury, N.C.

# 24 Mayhana Dunovant 5-5 * G * Freshman Butler, N.C.

# 25 Tabby Koerner 6-0 * F * Sophomore Concord, N.C.

# 31 Catrina Green 6-2 * C * Sophomore Greensboro, N.C.

# 32 Eliana Scanlon 5-7 * F * Freshman New York, N.Y.

# 33 Jasmine Dale 5-9 * G * Sophomore LaVergne, Tenn.

# 43 Breynna Winkler 6-1 * C * Senior Broken Arrow, Okla.

Rick Reeves Head Coach Eighth Year at GWU

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GARDNER-WEBB RUNNIN’ BULLDOGS No. 2 5 10 11 14 15 22 23 24 25 31 32 33 43

Name Kiki Smith Brianna Dillard Chaylia Coleman Anna Dill Cierra Harris Chariah Harris Kim McKenney Jessica Heilig Mayhana Dunovant Tabby Koerner Catrina Green Eliana Scanlon Jasmine Dale Breynna Winkler

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

CL. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. R-So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr.

HT. 5’6 5’8 6’4 5’10 6’0 5’11 5’11 6’1 5’5 6’0 6’2 5’7 5’8 6’1 19

Hometown/Previous School Huntington, W. Va./Huntington HS Glen Allen, Va./Hermitage HS Charlotte, N.C./First Assembly Fulton, Miss./Itawamba CC Inman, S.C./Dorman HS Chino Hills, Calif./Chino Hills HS Flint, Mich./Faithway Christian Salisbury, N.C./Salisbury HS Charlotte, N.C./Butler HS Concord, N.C./Robinson HS Greensboro, N.C./Western Guilford New York, N.Y./Oak Hill Academy LaVergne, Tenn./LaVergne HS Broken Arrow, Okla./Union HS


POINT GUARD No. 5 2 24

Name Brianna Dillard Kiki Smith Mayhana Dunovant

Pos. G G G

Cl. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Ht. 5’8 5’6 5’5

Hometown/Previous School Glen Allen, Va./Hermitage HS Huntington, W. Va./Huntington HS Charlotte, N.C./Butler HS

GUARD No. 33 5 32 22

Name Jasmine Dale Brianna Dillard Eliana Scanlon Kim McKenney

Pos. G G G G/F

Cl. So. Sr. Fr. R-So.

Ht. 5’8 5’8 5’7 5’11

Hometown/Previous School LaVergne, Tenn./LaVergne HS Glen Allen, Va./Hermitage HS New York, N.Y./Oak Hill Academy Flint, Mich./Faithway Christian

GUARD/FORWARD No. 5 22 11 23

Name Brianna Dillard Kim McKenney Anna Dill Jessica Heilig

Pos. G G/F G/F F

Cl. Sr. R-So. Jr. Fr.

Ht. 5’8 5’11 5’10 6’1

Hometown/Previous School Glen Allen, Va./Hermitage HS Flint, Mich./Faithway Christian Fulton, Miss./Itawamba CC Salisbury, N.C./Salisbury HS

FORWARD No. 25 23 10 14 15

Name Tabby Koerner Jessica Heilig Chaylia Coleman Cierra Harris Chariah Harris

Pos. F F C F F

Cl. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Ht. 6’0 6’1 6’4 6’0 5’11

Hometown/Previous School Concord, N.C./Robinson HS Salisbury, N.C./Salisbury HS Charlotte, N.C./First Assembly Inman, S.C./Dorman HS Chino Hills, Calif./Chino Hills HS

CENTER No. 31 43 10

Name Catrina Green Breynna Winkler Chaylia Coleman

Pos. C C C

Cl. So. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 6’2 6’1 6’4

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Hometown/Previous School Greensboro, N.C./Western Guilford Broken Arrow, Okla./Union HS Charlotte, N.C./First Assembly


Senior * Guard * 5-8 Richmond, Va. * Hermitage H.S.

Career Highs Points: 19 (at #10 Oklahoma, 11/27/10) Rebounds: 10 (vs. High Point, 2/21/11) Assists: 5 (three times) Field Goals: 7 (at #10 Oklahoma, 11/27/10) Steals: 5 (vs. Converse, 12/18/09) Blocks: 1 (six times)

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2010-11: Named to the Big South All-Academic Team ... Played in all 34 games, starting 31 on the year ... Averaged 5.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game ... Averaged 27.2 minutes per game ... Totaled 54 assists on the year ... Posted 45 steals on the season ... Shot 32.8 percent from behind the three-point line on the season ... Scored in double-digits four times ... Recorded a career-high 19 points in the loss at #10 Oklahoma ... Posted 14 points, four rebounds and three steals in the loss at Appalachian State ... Tallied 12 points, six rebounds and four steals in a win at Wofford ... Hauled in a career-high 10 rebounds in a home win over High Point ... Scored nine points and grabbed six rebounds in the home win over Radford ... Dished out five assists in the loss to Prairie View at the BTI Tip-Off Classic .. Totaled three points, five rebounds and three steals in the Big South Championship Title game ... Played 21 minutes in GWU’s NCAA First Round Tournament game versus No. 3 Miami. 2009-10: Played in all 33 games on the year, starting two ... Made first career start in the home win versus UNCA ... Also started in GWU’s WNIT game at Charlotte ... Averaged three points and two rebounds per game ... Was 5-of-10 for 50 percent from the three-point line on the year ... Had 20 assists and 19 steals on the season ... Recorded a season-high 11 points and seven rebounds in the win over Texas Pan-American at the Longwood Lancer Classic ... Scored first career points, six, in the home win over Winston-Salem State ... Posted four assists and five rebounds in the win at home over Limestone ... Totaled five points, five rebounds and five steals in the home route of Converse ... Poured in six points and hauled in four rebounds in the home win over Longwood ... Tallied eight points and four rebounds in the road win over Presbyterian College ... Posted seven points, four steals and two rebounds in the double-overtime win at Radford ... Scored seven points and pulled in four rebounds in the home win over Winthrop ... Totaled five points and three rebounds in the win at Coastal Carolina ... Scored two points in the quarterfinals win over Coastal Carolina and in the championship game loss versus Liberty at the Big South Conference Championship tournament ... Also scored two points in the WNIT game at Charlotte ... Recorded a season-high 30 minutes in the home win over Presbyterian College ... Played 23 minutes in the home victory against Converse. High School: Two-year letterwinner at Hermitage H.S. ... Earned first-team all-district honors as a junior ... Garnered second-team all-region accolades her junior campaign ... Earned a spot on the Richmond Time-Dispatch second-team all-Met squad ... Recorded 14 double-doubles as a junior ... Averaged 13.5 points and 10.2 rebounds per contest ... Also averaged 4.5 steals and three assists per game. Personal: Brianna Dillard was born October 22, 1990 in Richmond, Virginia ... Daughter of Andre and Teressa Dillard ... Majoring in Psychology. Favorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13

CAREER STATS Year 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP GS 33 2 34 31 67

33

Min 381 925 1306

FG FGA 35 100 63 210 98

310

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg .350 5 10 .500 23 39 .590 20 45 65 2.0 .300 22 67 .328 26 47 .553 21 103 124 3.6

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 26 0 20 24 2 19 98 3.0 51 1 54 56 8 45 174 5.1

.316

77

27

77 .351

49

23

86 .570

41 148 189

2.8

1 74

80 10

64 272

4.1


Senior * Center * 6-1 Tulsa, Okla. * Union H.S.

Career Highs Points: 10 (vs. UTPA, 11/28/10) Rebounds: 9 (vs. Tennessee Temple, 11/29/08) Assists: 2 (three times) Field Goals: 4 (three times) Steals: 4 (at Radford, 1/8/11) Blocks: 1 (five times)

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2010-11: Played in 32 games, staring three for GWU ... Averaged 2.6 points and 2.2 rebounds per game on the year ... Averaged 9.8 minutes per game on the season ... Shot 45.2 percent from the field for the year ... Posted 12 assists and six steals for the season ... Posted a career-high 10 points in the win over Texas-Pan American at the BTI Tip-Off Classic ... Also hauled in a game-high eight rebounds in the win over Texas-Pan American ... Scored nine points in 11 minutes of action at Appalachian State ... Was a perfect 4-of-4 from the floor for eight points in the loss at Liberty ...Played a season-high 23 minutes in home win over Longwood ... Tallied six points and six rebounds in home win over Longwood ... Posted seven points in the home win over Tennessee Temple ... Recorded six points in home wins over Montreat and N.C. Central ... Had two points and two rebounds in 14 minutes of play versus Liberty in the Big South Championship Title game ... Posted two points and one rebound in GWU’s NCAA First Round Tournament game versus No. 3 Miami. 2009-10: Played in 22 games on the season ... Averaged 1.3 points and 1.2 rebounds per game ... Hauled in 27 rebounds on the season ... Shot 70 percent from the free throw line ... Posted a field goal percentage of 45.8 on the year ... Scored a season-high five points in the home win over Coastal Carolina ... Also had four rebounds in the game ... Had a season-high five rebounds in the home win over Wofford ... Scored four points in the win over Texas Pan-American at the Longwood Lancer Classic ... Posted four points in the double-overtime win at Radford ... Recorded two points, two rebounds and two steals in the home victory over Winthrop ... Scored two points in the regular season finale win at Coastal Carolina ... Also scored two points in GWU’s WNIT opening round game at Charlotte. 2008-09: Played in 27 games ... Led the Bulldogs in rebounding with nine in the win over Tennessee Temple on November 29 ... Pulled down her first career rebound in the season opener at Houston ... Scored her first career points as a Bulldog in the Bulldogs win over South Carolina State on November 25 ... Had a career-high eight points in the win over Montreat ... Tallied four points and eight rebounds in the win over High Point in the conference tournament ... Was 6-of-8 from the free throw line on the season. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Union H.S. ... Led her team to a state championship her senior year with a 27-0 record ... Guided the team to the Mid-America/Bertha Teague Classic Tournament Championship ... Earned Tulsa World all-Metro honorable mention honors as a senior ... Garnered honorable mention all-state accolades her junior season ... Named to the Tulsa World all-Metro team as a junior... Helped her squad earn a berth in three Class 6A tournaments in her high school career ... Was also an accomplished track and field athlete ... Qualified for the state tournament her junior and senior seasons in the shot put ... Helped her team win the Class 6A track and field championship her junior year ... Won the regional tournament in the shot put her senior season. Personal: Breynna Annette Winkler was born September 21, 1989 in Houston, Texas ... Daughter of Steve and Lenora Winkler ... Majoring in Sports Management. Favorite Bible Verse: James 1:2-4

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP GS 27 0 22 0 32 3 81

3

Min 177 131 314 622

FG FGA 14 44 11 24 38 84 63

152

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg .318 0 1 .000 6 8 .750 10 30 40 1.5 .458 0 0 .000 7 10 .700 2 25 27 1.2 .452 0 0 .000 8 20 .400 35 35 70 2.2

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 18 0 2 7 3 5 34 1.3 14 0 4 6 0 8 29 1.3 31 0 12 23 2 6 84 2.6

.414

63

0

1 .000

21

25

38 .553

47

90 137

1.7

0 18

36

5

19 147

1.8


Junior * Forward * 6-0 Inman, S.C. * Dorman H.S. Career Highs Points: 5 (vs. Coastal Carolina, 1/30/10) Rebounds: 4 (vs. Longwood, 2/23/11) Assists: 1 (two times) Field Goals: 2 (vs. Coastal Carolina, 1/30/10) Steals: 1 (three times) Blocks: N/A

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2010-11: Played in 14 games on the season ... Averaged 0.6 points and 0.8 rebounds per game ... Totaled 62 minutes on the year ... Scored two points in the loss to Prairie View at the BTI Tip-Off Classic ... Posted two points in the win over N.C. Central ... Also scored two points in home wins over Tennessee Temple and Coastal Carolina ... Hauled in a career-high four rebounds in the home win versus Longwood ... Collected three rebounds in the home win over Montreat ... Tallied two rebounds, one steal and one assist in the home win over Converse ... Played two minutes in GWU’s NCAA First Round Tournament game versus No. 3 Miami. 2009-10: Saw action in 10 games on the season ... Averaged 1.1 points and 0.7 rebounds per game ... Shot 44.4 percent from the floor on the year ... Saw her first career action with eight minutes in the home win over Winston-Salem State ... Scored her first career points in the home victory over Wofford on December 1 ... Hauled in a season-high three rebounds in the home route of Converse College ... Scored a season-high five points in only four minutes in the regular season finale win at Coastal Carolina ... Recorded three points and one rebound at Presbyterian College ... Also hauled in a rebounds in the win over Longwood. High School: Attended and played at nearby Dorman High School in Roebuck, S.C. ... Competed in the Spartanburg vs. Greenville FCA All-Star Challenge as a senior ... Was named to the Spartanburg County Girls All-Star Basketball Team ... Was the MVP of the East/West All-Star Game ... Led her team to a 23-3 overall record her senior season and a No. 3 ranking in the state of South Carolina ... Was the AAAA Region II Champions her senior year ... As a junior she helped guide her team to a 24-5 overall record, where the Lady Cavs were AAAA State Runner-Up, Upper-State Champions and Co-Region Champions ... Played for the South Carolina 76ers AAU team ... Was also a member of the track and field team at Dorman High. Personal: Cierra Harris was born on January 18, 1991 in Spartanburg, S.C. ... Daughter of Bennie Harris ... Majoring in Sociology. Favorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13

CAREER STATS Year 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP GS 10 0 14 0 24

0

Min 40 62 102

FG FGA 4 9 3 14 7

23

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg .444 0 0 .000 3 7 .429 1 6 7 0.7 .214 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 4 7 11 0.8

PF FO 8 0 6 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 6 0 1 11 1.1 1 6 0 2 9 0.6

.304

14

2

0

0 .000

6

27

11 .545

5

13

18

0.8

0

12

0

3

20

0.8


Redshirt-Sophomore * Guard/Forward * 5-11 Flint, Mich. * Faith Christian H.S. Career Highs Points: 6 (at Presbyterian College, 2/26/11) Rebounds: 3 (at #10 Oklahoma, 11/27/10) Assists: N/A Field Goals: 2 (at Presbyterian College, 2/26/11) Steals: 1 (two times) Blocks: N/A

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2010-11: Played in 21 games on the season ... Averaged 0.9 points and 0.7 rebounds per game ... Totaled 68 minutes of action on the year ... Made five three-pointers on the season ... Scored a career-high six points in the loss at Presbyterian College ... Hauled in a career-high three rebounds in the loss at #10 Oklahoma ... Poured in three-points in the home win over Winthrop and in the loss versus Prairie View at the BTI Tip-Off Classic ... Collected two rebounds in three different contests ... Scored two points in the win at Wofford and one point in the loss at Radford ... Had three points in GWU’s NCAA First Round Tournament game versus No. 3 Miami. 2009-10: Took a medical redshirt. High School: Attended Faith High ... Four-time varsity letter award winner ... Two-time all-conference selection ... Michigan Homeschool State Championship MVP ... Led her team to the YBOA Championships ... AAU Team Player of the Year ... Guided her team to the 2007-08 district championship ... Helped her squad win the 2007-08 regional championship ... Six-time participant in the Flint Olympian Games ... Five-time Flint Olympian Champion. Personal: Kimberly McKenney was born on January 27, 1991 in Flint, Michigan ... Daughter of Ricky and Limell McKenney ... Majoring in Art. Favorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13

CAREER STATS Year 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP GS --- --21 0 21

0

Min ---68 68

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg --Medical Redshirt --- --- ------ --6 25 .240 5 18 .278 1 5 .200 5 9 14 0.7 6

25

.240

5

18 .278

1

29

5 .200

5

9

14

0.7

PF FO -- 7 0 7

0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 8 0 2 18 0.9 0

8

0

2

18

0.9


Sophomore * Forward * 6-1 Concord, N.C. * Jay M. Robinson H.S. Career Highs Points: 5 (vs. Converse, 12/16/10) Rebounds: 3 (three times) Assists: 2 (two times) Field Goals: 2 (vs. Converse, 12/16/10) Steals: 1 (two times) Blocks: 1 (three times)

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2010-11: Played in 28 games, starting one as a true freshman ... Made her first career start in the home win over Longwood ... Averaged 0.7 points and 1.0 rebounds per game ... Totaled 148 total minutes on the season for GWU ... Poured in a career-high five points in the win over Converse ... Posted three points in the home win over Winthrop and over N.C. Central ... Tallied two points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal in the loss at Prairie View in the BTI Tip-Off Classic ... Hauled down three rebounds in the home win over Tennessee Temple ... Also had three rebounds in the home win over Coastal Carolina and Longwood ... Posted two points, two rebounds in a block in the quarterfinals win over Asheville in the Big South Tournament ... Also hauled in two rebounds in nine minutes in the semifinals victory over Winthrop in the Big South Tournament ... Saw time in GWU’s NCAA First Round Tournament game versus No. 3 Miami. High School: Was a multi-letterwinner at Jay M. Robinson High School ... Tabbed the Team MVP both as a senior and a junior ... Twice named to the All-Conference Team ... Holds the Jay M. Robinson High School record for career rebounds ... Earned the 1,000 points scored award her senior season ... Averaged 12.0 points, 10.0 rebounds, 5.0 blocks and 2.0 steals per game as a senior ... Was the Christmas Tournament MVP her junior season ... Also played volleyball and softball at Jay M. Robinson ... Holds the school record for most blocks and kills in a single season and for a career ... All-Conference selection in volleyball as a senior ... A Scholar-Athlete Award winner. Personal: Tabitha Lauren Koerner was born December 9, 1991 in Winchester, Virginia ... Daughter of Loren and Brenda Koerner ... Has two younger siblings ... Intends to major in Athletic Training. Favorite Bible Verse: Psalm 28:7

CAREER STATS Year 2010-11 Totals

GP GS 28 1 28

1

Min 148 148

FG FGA 7 38 7

38

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg .184 2 15 .133 3 10 .300 11 18 29 1.0

PF FO 10 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 5 12 3 2 19 0.7

.184

10

5

2

15 .133

3

31

10 .300

11

18

29

1.0

0

12

3

2

19

0.7


Sophomore * Center * 6-3 Greensboro, N.C. * Western Guilford H.S. Career Highs Points: 15 (vs. Liberty, 1/31/11) Rebounds: 11 (three times) Assists: 1 (vs. N.C. Central, 12/7/10) Field Goals: 6 (vs. Liberty, 1/31/11) Steals: 2 (vs. Montreat, 11/15/10) Blocks: 3 (vs. Radford, 3/6/11)

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2010-11: Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team ... Played in 33 games, starting 16 of them as a true freshman .... Made first career start at #10 Oklahoma ... Averaged 5.1 points and 4.3 rebounds per game ... Averaged 14.1 minutes per game on the year ... Led the team with a 52.6 percent field goal percentage on the season ... Was third on the team with 143 rebounds and with 28 blocks ...Pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds on three different occasions on the year ... Had a career-high 15 points in the home loss to Liberty ... Posted 13 points and 11 rebounds in first ever Big South game, a home win over Charleston Southern ... Scored seven points and hauled in six rebounds in the home loss to Purdue ... Totaled 10 points and five rebounds in 12 minutes of play in loss at Presbyterian College ... Poured in 11 points and collected seven rebounds in home win over Radford ... Posted a career-high three blocks in win over Radford ... Pulled down seven rebounds in the Big South Championship Title game win over Liberty ... Posted three points and one rebound in GWU’s NCAA First Round Tournament game versus No. 3 Miami. High School: Played at Western Guilford High School ... Was a letterwinner in basketball, volleyball and track and field ... Twice named Team MVP ... Was twice named to the First-Team All-Conference Team for basketball ... Averaged 17.0 points, 11.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks per game as a senior ... Was a two-time All-Conference selection in volleyball ... Also a three-time All-Conference, All-Area and All-State selection in track and field ... An All-Area selection as a senior in track and field ... Was awarded an Athlete Award from the Marines ... Played for the Team Reign and the Pride of the Carolina’s AAU teams ... Averaged 19 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks per game in AAU play. Personal: Catrina Eileen Green was born May 21, 1992 in Fort Hood, Texas ... Daughter of Patrice Green... Has two older siblings... Intends to major in Athletic Training or Pre-Med. Favorite Bible Verse: Hebrews 11:1

CAREER STATS Year 2010-11 Totals

GP GS 33 16 33

16

Min 464 464

FG FGA 70 133 70

133

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg .526 0 0 .000 29 62 .468 64 79 143 4.3

PF FO 63 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 32 28 11 169 5.1

.526

63

2

0

0 .000

29

33

62 .468

64

79 143

4.3

0

32 28

11 169

5.1


Sophomore * Guard * 5-9 LaVergne, Tenn. * LaVergne H.S. Career Highs Points: 19 (vs. Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10) Rebounds: 6 (vs. Liberty, 1/31/11) Assists: 2 (two times) Field Goals: 7 (vs. Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10) Steals: 3 (two times) Blocks: 2 (at Appalachian State, 11/22/10)

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2010-11: Played in all 34 games for GWU on the year, starting two as a true freshman ...Made her first career start versus Texas-Pan American in the BTI Tip-Off Classic ... Averaged 5.9 points and 1.8 rebounds per game ... Averaged 16.4 minutes per game ... Was second on the team with 44 made three-pointers on the year ... Shot 33.8 percent from behind the three-point line on the season ... Posted 24 steals and 22 assists on the year ... Scored double-digit points in six games on the season ... Poured in a career-high 19 points on five three-pointers in the home win over Tennessee Temple ... Scored 15 points in the home loss to Liberty ... Pulled down a career-high six rebounds in the home loss to Liberty ... Posted 12 points in 25 minutes of play in the home win over Radford ... Also posted 12 points in 16 minutes of action in the win at Longwood ... Poured in five points on 2-of-3 shooting over 11 minutes of play in the Big South Championship Title game versus Liberty ... Tallied six points and six rebounds in 24 minutes of play in GWU’s NCAA First Round Tournament game versus No. 3 Miami. High School: Lettered for four-years at Lavergne High School ... Scored over 1500 points as a four-year starter at Lavergne High ... Named to the DNJ First-Team and the All-Tournament team as a senior ... Also named to the All-State Team and the 7 3A First-Team All-District Team her senior season ... Played in the East vs. West All-Star Game ... Was the leading scorer of the Midwest All-Star Game in St. Louis as a senior ... Averaged 20.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 3.1 steals and 1.0 block per game her senior season ... Tabbed the Team MVP as a freshman. Personal: Jasmine B. Dale was born July 4, 1992 in Nashville, Tennessee ... Daughter of Celestine Carney and Aric Dale ... Has three brothers and three sisters ... Intends to major in Physical Education. Favorite Bible Verse: Proverbs 24:27

CAREER STATS Year 2010-11 Totals

GP GS 34 2 34

2

Min 556 556

FG FGA 71 205 71

205

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg .346 44 130 .338 13 24 .542 31 31 62 1.8

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 27 0 22 47 3 24 199 5.9

.346

27

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Junior * Guard/Forward * 5-10 Fulton, Miss. * Itawamba CC Itawamba CC: Played two seasons at Itawamba Community College in Fulton, Mississippi ... Named to the First-Team All-Region team and the First-Team All-State Team ... Was selected to and played in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North-South All-Star Game ... Ranked in the top-five in the nation among junior colleges in three-point shots made ... Helped guide her team to an 18-8 record and to both the MACJC semifinals and the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament semifinals as a sophomore ... Averaged 9.1 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.1 steals per game as a sophomore ... Shot 42 percent from the floor overall and 42 percent from behind the three-point line her sophomore year ... Also shot 73 percent from the free throw line her sophomore season ... Was a key component in her team’s 19-10 overall record her freshman season ... Averaged 7.9 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game as a freshman. High School: A five-year letterwinner at Itawamba Agricultural High School in Fulton, Mississippi ... A two-time Team MVP ... A threetime First-Team All-Division selection ... Also a First-Team All-State honoree and an All Division MVP ... Named to the First-Team Daily Journal All-Area Team her senior year ... All-State game MVP her senior season ... Was awarded the Division’s Best Defensive Player Award as a sophomore and the Division’s Best Offensive Player her junior year ... Also won the Best Offensive Player Award for her team as a freshman ... Played three years with the NMB Hoop Dreams (North MS) AAU Team ... Received the Diaper Dandy Award her eighth grade year ... Graduated with honors. Personal: Anna Gabrielle Dill was born on September 4, 1990 in Tupelo, Mississippi ... Daughter of Danny and Belinda Dill ... Has one older sister named Amber and one younger brother named Noah ... Majoring in Sports Management. Favorite Bible Verse: Acts 20:24

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Freshman * Guard * 5-6 Huntington, W.Va. * Huntington H.S. High School: Played and lettered at Huntington High School and St. Joseph Central Catholic High School in Huntington, West Virginia ... A 2011 McDonald’s All-American nominee ... A Second-Team All-State selection her senior year and a Third-Team All-State selection as a junior ... An honorable mention All-State nominee her sophomore season ... Two-time Team Captain ... Helped to guide her team to back-to-back State Championships (Single A) in her sophomore and junior seasons ... A key member of the team that finished as State Runner-Up her freshman campaign ... A 2009 SJI All-Tournament Team selection and the Player of the Week for St. Mary’s Hospital ... Averaged 16 points per game her senior season ... As a junior, she averaged 8.9 points, 4.9 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 3.7 steals per game ... Was also a member of the D-1 Greyhounds AAU Team coached by her father Kyle Sheffield, Sr. ... Also considered Cincinnati, Akron, Indiana-Purdue and West Virginia State before signing with the Runnin’ Bulldogs. Personal: LaKiah Reneé Smith was born August 9, 1993 in Huntington, West Virginia ... Daughter of Kyle and LaKisha Sheffield ... Has three younger siblings named Kyle, Jr., Kendall and Marquis ... Intends to major in Sports Management. Favorite Bible Verse: Psalms 34:17

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Freshman * Center * 6-4 Charlotte, N.C. * First Assembly Christian School High School: Lettered at East Mecklenburg High School, before transferring to First Assembly Christian School for her senior year ... Was ranked as high as No. 22 overall in the Class of 2011 for North Carolina and South Carolina prospects by Southern Premier Hoops ... Also ranked as high as No. 25 overall for both North Carolina and South Carolina by the Queen City Hoops Report ... Was awarded the Coaches’ Award her senior year ... Helped lead East Mecklenburg to a 27-3 overall record and a perfect 12-0 record her junior year, as the team was ranked nationally ... Her team as a junior was ranked as high as No. 16 in the Southeast Region by ESPN ... Averaged 5.3 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game as a junior ... Was awarded the Hardest Worker Award her sophomore season ... Also a member of the Charlotte 49ers, Jewels, Team Unique and Comets AAU Teams. Personal: Chaylia Elizabeth Coleman was born on January 28, 1993 in New Haven, Connecticut ... Daughter of Charles Coleman, Sr. and Margaret Coleman ... Has two siblings in Charles, Jr. and Schuyler ... Intends to major in Business Management. Favorite Bible Verse: Proverbs 16:9

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Freshman * Forward * 5-10 Chino Hills, Calif. * Chino Hills H.S. High School: Lettered for four years at Chino Hills High School ... A two-time First-Team Sierra League selection ... A four-time Team Defensive Player of the Year award winner at Chino Hills High School ... Two-time Team Captain ... Tabbed the team’s Impact Player of the Year her senior year ... Named to the San Gabriel Valley All-Star Team her senior year ... Led her team to the Sierra League Championship for the first-time in the school’s history her senior season ... Helped to guide her team to the third round of the CIF Playoffs her senior year ... Was a key member of the team that posted an undefeated 10-0 League record her senior season ... Set the school record for total rebounds in a single season with 256 her senior year ... Led both her team and the Sierra League in scoring with 367 points her senior year, an average of 12.2 points per game ... Also led the League in rebounds at 8.5 board per game, blocked shots with 2.0 per game and free throw attempts with 159 ... Also led her team in field goal percentage, shooting 42 percent from the floor ... Was a member of the MPK Heat, Swish, Cal Sparks, and West Coast Premiere AAU Teams ... A four-time Scholar-Athlete ... Graduated with honors ... Received the high standard of excellence in California Scholarship Federation Life Membership ... Also received a GWU Presidential Scholarship. Personal: Chariah Harris was born January 10, 1993 in Anaheim, California ... Daughter of Donald and Charinda Harris ... Has two siblings, Chaundria and Dylan ... Has not yet declared a major. Favorite Bible Verse: Romans 8:28

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Freshman * Forward * 6-1 Salisbury, N.C. * Salisbury H.S. High School: Lettered at Salisbury High School in Salisbury, N.C. ... Was ranked No. 32 overall at the wing position in the 2011 class by ESPN ... Also ranked as high as No. 24 overall in the Top-25 of 2011 for North Carolina and South Carolina by the Queen City Hoops Report ... A two-time All-Conference selection ... Named Team MVP her senior year ... Helped guide her team to three straight North Carolina Class AA State Championships ... Was a member of the Carolina Elite AAU team ... Also an all-conference selection in track & field her senior year. Personal: Jessica Christian Heilig was born on October 28, 1992 in Salisbury, N.C. ... Daughter of John Heilig and Teheisha Hamilton ... Has three siblings in Quavist, Kadeja and Kayla ... Has not yet declared a major. Favorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13

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Freshman * Guard * 5-5 Charlotte, N.C. * Butler H.S. High School: A four-year letterwinner at nearby Butler High School in Charlotte, N.C. ... Named as one of the Top-10 North Carolina sophomore high school players by the Charlotte Observer her sophomore season ... Was tabbed Freshman of the Year her freshman season ... Averaged 14 points, eight steals, seven rebounds and shot 90 percent from the free throw line her senior season ... Helped lead her team to a 26-4 overall record en route to becoming the 2010 4A North Carolina High School State Champions her junior year ... Was also a member of the Charlotte 76ers AAU Team ... Averaged 10 pointes, three rebounds and two steals her junior season ... Was on the A/B Honor Roll. Personal: Mayhana Samone Dunovant was born on April 11, 1993 in Charlotte, N.C. ... Daughter of Brian and Marla Dunovant ... Has two siblings in Tremaine Tillmen and Jahrett Dunovant ... Uncle Demario Deese played football at GWU from 2005-08 ... Intends to major in Business. Favorite Bible Verse: The whole Bible.

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Freshman * Guard * 5-7 New York, N.Y. * Oak Hill Academy High School: Lettered for two years at Oak Hill Academy and two years at Christ the King ... Helped lead her Oak Hill Academy team to a 23-4 overall record her senior year, reaching as high as 10th in the rankings in the Eastern Region by ESPN ... A key member of the team that was ranked in the ESPN/Rise Top-50 poll, reaching as high as 41st overall ... Led her team to the ESPN Rise National Championship game as a senior ... Was ranked as high as 169 nationally at the shooting guard position by ESPN.com ... Also listed as one of the top-Metro players for the 2011 class by New Gameball Magazine ... Averaged 12.0 points, 3.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game her senior season ... A member of the Exodus AAU team ... Received First Honors academic recognition her senior, junior and freshman years. Personal: Eliana Scanlon was born June 29, 1993 in New York, New York ... Daughter of Richard Scanlon and Mery Gomez ... Has a younger sibling named Gabriel ... Intends to major in Psychology.

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Head Coach Eighth Year at GWU Head Coach Rick Reeves, a four time Big South Coach of the Year, is in his eighth season at the helm of the Gardner-Webb University Runnin’ Bulldog basketball program. Reeves came to Boiling Springs after spending five seasons as the head women’s coach at Southern Miss. Reeves, who has a tremendous history of rebuilding Division I programs during his 25 years of collegiate coaching, has taken his teams to the postseason six times at the Division I level - including taking GWU to its first-ever NCAA postseason appearance in 2010-11, the WNIT in 2009-10, Southern Miss to the WNIT and three-straight trips to the NCAA Tournament at Liberty University (1997-1999). Over the last five seasons, Reeves has arguably done his best coaching jobs, as GWU has continued to shatter records and construct a winning tradition on a yearly basis. On November 11, 2010, Coach Reeves became the women’s basketball all-time career wins leader with his 98th win at GWU, which he followed up only two games later with his 100th career win while at GWU on December 5, 2010. The 2010-11 season saw yet another firsts, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs won its first ever conference championship tournament and qualified for its first ever trip to the Women’s Basketball NCAA Championship tournament. GWU posted a 23-11 overall record in 2010-11, posting back-to-back 20 win seasons for the first time in the program’s 36-year history. The 2010-11 team defeated the No. 1 seeded Liberty Lady Flames 67-66 to win its first ever Big South Conference Championship Tournament and advance to the NCAA Championship Tournament. As a No. 14 seed, GWU squared off with the 2011 Co-ACC Regular Season Champions and the No. 3 seeded Miami Hurricanes in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to Miami 80-62 in Charlottesville, Va. The 23 wins was second most wins by a GWU team in its NCAA Division I history, and tied for the second-most wins in a single season in the program’s 36-year history. GWU saw two players in Monique and Dominique Hudson each surpass the 1,000 career points mark, while as a team, set season-highs in lowest opponents scoring average (57.0 ppg) and in most field goals made (813). The 2010-11 Runnin’ Bulldogs team finished second in season-highs in winning percentage (.676) and was third in steals (10.1), assists (14.4) and most three-pointers made (161) as a team on the year. Seniors Monique and Dominique Hudson wrapped up their careers in record style in 2010-11, as Dominique, who was named to the Big South All-Conference First-Team, finished her career ranked first in GWU’s DI history in games played (129), minutes played (3,545), points scored (1,407), free throws made (419), assists (579) and in steals (244). Monique, who was tabbed as a second-team all-conference selection, finished third in three-pointers made (115), third in steals (210), fifth in points scored (1,147), fifth in free throws made (240) and fifth in assists (265). Both Dominique and Monique were named to the Big South All-Tournament Team; with Dominique being tabbed the Tournament MVP, while both were also named to the NCCSIA All-State University Division Women’s Basketball Teams. Not to be overshadowed, fellow senior LaTroya Pope surpassed the 500 career rebounds mark and the 100 career blocks mark in 2010-11, moving up into fourth-place overall on GWU’s DI career rebounds list with 656 rebounds and second-place on the career blocked shots list with 125 blocks. Fellow senior Sandra Vaitkute, who battled an injury throughout the season, finished her career with 103 blocks, third in GWU’s DI history, and recorded a career field goal percentage mark of 48.6 percent, which ranks second in GWU’s DI history. Freshman center Catrina Green earned Big South All-Freshman Team honors in 2010-11, as she averaged 5.1 points and 4.3 rebounds per game, while shooting a team-high 52.6 percent from the floor on the year. The 2009-10 Gardner-Webb’s women’s basketball season was one for the ages, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs shattered records, set new marks and put the program on a level that it had never reached before.

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Gardner-Webb went 28-5 overall and 15-1 in conference play to win the Big South Conference Regular Season Title, the program’s first regular season conference title in its 35-year history. The Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 28 wins set a new record for the most victories in a single season by a GWU women’s basketball team in its history and ties the most wins for a Big South Conference team in the history of the Big South. The Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 28 win season marks the first time since 1995-96 that the women’s basketball team has had 20 or more wins and the most wins since the 1989-90 team posted 23 wins, while its season-high 16-game winning streak is the longest in the program’s NCAA Division I history. Gardner-Webb went a perfect 8-0 on the road in conference play and posted an overall record of 14-2 away from Paul Porter Arena, including wins at Purdue, at Liberty, at Coastal Carolina and at Charleston Southern, all firsts. The Runnin’ Bulldogs tallied a 14-2 record at home with the 14 home wins setting a new GWU record for a single season, while its 13 non-conference wins surpasses its previous record of 11 wins in its DI history. Gardner-Webb also received some national attention, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs received votes in the ESPN/USA Today Top-25 Coaches Poll 15 weeks out of the season, receiving as many as 15 votes on three different occasions. In 2009-10 senior Margaret Roundtree climbed into GWU history this season, as she became the 14th member of the 1,000 point club and became GWU’s Division I all-time leading scorer with 1,337 points in her career, which at the time placed her in sixth-place on GWU’s all-time career scoring list. Roundtree also finished her career as Gardner-Webb’s Division I leader in made field goals with 534 career made field goals. Gardner-Webb’s Roundtree was named the Big South Player of the Year, while head coach Rick Reeves was tabbed the Big South Coach of the Year for the fourth time in his career and his first at GWU. Dominique Hudson joined Roundtree on the First-Team All-Conference Team, as both were also named to the All-Tournament Team for the second consecutive year. Junior guard Courtney Epps earned a spot on the Second-Team All-Conference Team, while senior Meranda Burnett was named to the Academic All-Conference Team. With the great season, the Runnin’ Bulldogs won the program’s 400th game, while Coach Reeves moved to third-place in the Big South Conference Wins list. In 2008-09, the Runnin’ Bulldogs at the time set a new bar for women’s basketball at Gardner-Webb in only its first year as members of the Big South Conference. Coach Reeves’ squad, which did not have a single senior on the roster, advanced all the way to the Big South Championship title game in only its first year in the League. The 2008-09 season was a special one for not only Coach Reeves, but for the Runnin’ Bulldogs women’s basketball program in a number of different ways. The 17 wins at the time was the most wins in one season that the women’s basketball program had totaled since moving to the NCAA Division I in 2000-01. Gardner-Webb won 11 home games, the most home wins in one season since moving to the NCAA Division I, and posted a nine-game home winning streak, the longest in the program’s history. The historical 2008-09 season doesn’t stop there, as in the Runnin’ Bulldogs first home game of the season GWU recorded the program’s largest margin of victory in the 48-point win over UVA-Wise and broke three school records in the process. GWU won its first ever Big South Conference game on January 17, defeating Charleston Southern 60-50 at home. The Bulldogs also posted its first ever win over Charleston Southern (Jan. 17) and first ever Division I win over Presbyterian (Jan. 26). In 2008-09 Gardner-Webb posted an 8-5 non-conference record, the first time that a GWU team had posted a winning non-conference record since moving to NCAA Division I. The eight non-conference wins were the most non-conference wins in Division I history at the time. GWU’s road win over Winthrop on February 23, was the largest come from behind victory in its history, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs erased a 15 point second half deficit to win 65-62. Individual history was made in 2008-09, as coach Reeves’ recorded his 70th career Big South Conference win with the win over UNC Asheville on February 16. Junior Margaret Roundtree surpassed the 500-rebound plateau in the same game, a win over UNC Asheville, becoming only the fourth player to surpass 500 rebounds in GWU’s Division I history. During the 2007-2008 year, Reeves had one of the youngest Division I programs in the NCAA - having just one senior while everyone else was

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a freshman or sophomore. However, Reeves led the young Runnin’ Bulldogs to their highest seed ever in the A-Sun Championship - a No. 3. seed. Reeves guided the team to a .500 mark in league play while also amassing a then school-record six consecutive wins during the year. Despite a tough non-conference slate, Reeves managed to produce the most wins in the Division I era prior to the start of the conference schedule. Yet perhaps his best coaching job at GWU was during the 2006-2007 season. Picked to finish second in the league in the preseason poll, the squad lost two starters and its sixth man. However, Reeves guided the team to a 10-8 A-Sun mark, earning the No. 4 seed in the tournament where the team advanced to the semifinals for the second consecutive season. The Runnin’ Bulldogs also posted their best home record in Division I history at that time, garnering a 10-2 mark in Paul Porter Arena. On Feb. 15, a 61-47 victory over Stetson provided Reeves with his 300th career win. During his second season with the Runnin’ Bulldogs, Reeves guided his team to a 14-win season, bettering his first-year record at Gardner-Webb by five wins. By finishing 11-9 in conference play, the Runnin’ Bulldogs earned a No. 4 seed in the Atlantic Sun Tournament. After knocking off Campbell in the quarterfinals, Reeves led his team past No. 1 seed Belmont in the semifinals before falling to the No. 2 seed in the championship game. In his first year as the head coach at Gardner-Webb, Reeves guided his squad to a nine-win season; a mark that proved to be four wins more than GWU posted in each of the previous two seasons. Under his tutelage, the Runnin’ Bulldogs have shown steady improvement as a team as well as on an individual basis. Heading into the 2005-06 campaign senior Sequenta Blackman and junior Shameka Smith were voted onto the preseason All-Atlantic Sun Team. It marked the first time that a GWU player had been selected for such a preseason honor. The two were also the only set of teammates to make the list. That feat was repeated once more in 2009-10, as GWU teammates Margaret Roundtree and Dominique Hudson were each voted onto the Big South preseason all-conference team, making it the second time in GWU’s women’s basketball Division I history that two Runnin’ Bulldog studentathletes have received preseason all-conference recognition in the same season. Off the court, the Runnin’ Bulldogs work just as hard as they did on the court. Reeves and his staff placed six student-athletes on the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team after his first year, 11 on the team during the 2005-06 season and six in 2007-08. The Runnin’ Bulldogs also had redshirtjunior Laura Povilonyte earn a spot on the Big South Conference All-Academic Team in 2008-09 and had eight others named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll. In 2009-10 Meranda Burnett was named to the Big South Conference All-Academic Team, while six total Runnin’ Bulldogs were named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll. As a testament to Reeves’ positive influence as a coach on the collegiate level, 80 former players have gone into the coaching ranks following graduation - with those players on coaching staffs in the SEC, Big South, Conference USA, Missouri Valley, MAC and Southern Conference, among others. Prior to his arrival at Southern Miss, Reeves was named Big South Conference Coach of the Year three times and State Coach of the Year once during his time directing the Lady Flames’ program in Lynchburg, Va. In 1997-98, he directed Liberty to an amazing 28-0 record heading into the NCAA Tournament - including a Big South Tournament title and regular season championship. That team finished with a 28-1 mark, with the lone loss coming at the hands of eventual national champion Tennessee in the NCAA first round. Liberty posted a phenomenal 71-16 combined record during Reeves’ final three seasons at the school, with three-straight trips to the NCAA’s Big Dance. Reeves, a 1981 graduate of Indiana State University, earned a master’s degree from Western Kentucky in 1985. He landed his first collegiate head coaching position at Brescia (Ky.) College in 1985, and was the school’s first head women’s basketball coach, starting the program from scratch with 15 freshmen on his roster. From there Reeves went to Cumberland (Tenn.) University in 1986, and led the team to three top-20 finishes at the NAIA level before moving on to an assistant’s position at the University of Florida in 1989-90. Reeves is married to the former Ramona Parnell of Columbia, Ky. The couple has two daughters, Kim Clark, who is a former GWU assistant coach and currently is an assistant coach at MTSU, and Krystal Reeves-Evans, who is the Associate Head Coach under Reeves at GWU. The couple also has five granddaughters in Grace, Kalyn, Braylee, Britton and Brielle.

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GARDNER-WEBB COACHING RECORDS

COACH RICK REEVES YEAR-BY-YEAR

COACH Rick Reeves Eddie McCurley Phyllis Littlefield Bud Black Brenda Halford Sallie Black Mark Hannuksela Pat Francis Jeff Tubbs Serena King Barry Street

YEARS 7 (2004-present) 7 (1995-2002) 4 (1975-79) 2 (1988-90) 3 (1990-93) 6 (1980-86) 2 (1993-95) 1 (1979-80) 2 (1986-88) 1 (2003-04) 1 (2002-03)

RECORD 118-100 97-97 48-24 42-19 42-41 36-104 18-36 10-10 5-44 5-22 5-22

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36 (1975-present)

426-519

.451

NCAA DI

11 (2000-present)

146-185

.441

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

PCT. .541 .500 .667 .689 .506 .257 .333 .500 .102 .185 .185

YEAR 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

RECORD PCT. SCHOOL 8-14 .364 Brescia College 17-12 .586 Cumberland 19-10 .655 Cumberland 19-10 .655 Cumberland -- Assistant at the University of Florida --12-16 .429 Liberty 12-17 .414 Liberty 16-12 .571 Liberty 13-14 .481 Liberty 7-20 .259 Liberty 5-22 .185 Liberty 22-8 .733 Liberty 28-1 .966 Liberty 21-8 .724 Liberty 17-13 .567 Southern Miss. 12-16 .429 Southern Miss. 11-17 .393 Southern Miss. 14-15 .483 Southern Miss. 14-13 .519 Southern Miss. 9-18 .333 GWU 14-16 .467 GWU 14-17 .452 GWU 13-18 .419 GWU 17-15 .531 GWU 28-5 .849 GWU 23-11 .676 GWU 385-338 .533 25 years (head coach)

BIG SOUTH WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACHING HISTORY Coach School Years (seasons) Big South Carey Green Liberty 1999-present (12) 155-17 Luby Lichonczak Radford 1990-01 (11) 99-53 Rick Reeves Liberty/Gardner-Webb 1991-99 (8)/2008-pres. (3) 97-63 Alan LeForce Coastal Carolina 1997-present (14) 88-106 Tooey Loy High Point 2001-11 (10) 88-56 Wanda Watkins Campbell 1986-94 (9) 80-26 Lynee Agee UNC Greensboro 1992-97 (5) 66-12 Gina Markland Coastal Carolina 1986-1997 (11) 56-94 Charlene Curtis Radford 1986-90 (4) 46-2 Betsy Blose UNC Asheville 2002-present (9) 50-80 47

Overall 286-94 158-158 192-132 292-196 163-135 146-75 75-41 95-204 84-36 118-149


Associate Head Coach Ninth Year at GWU Krystal Reeves-Evans is entering her second season as the Associate Head Coach and her ninth season overall at GWU having served as an assistant coach for the GWU women’s basketball program for the previous seven years. She is responsible for coaching the guards and served as the recruiting coordinator for GWU’s 2008 class. During her time at Gardner-Webb the Runnin’ Bulldogs have continued to improve, going from five wins in 2003-04, her first year at GWU, to a what was then a record-high 17 wins in 2008-09 and then to a GWU program best 28 wins in 2009-10. The 2010-11 season, her first as the associate head coach, the Runnin’ Bulldogs won its first ever conference championship tournament and qualified for its first ever trip to the Women’s Basketball NCAA Championship tournament. GWU posted a 23-11 overall record in 2010-11, posting back-to-back 20 win seasons for the first time in the program’s 36-year history. The 2010-11 team defeated the No. 1 seeded Liberty Lady Flames 67-66 to win its first ever Big South Conference Championship Tournament and advance to the NCAA Championship Tournament. As a No. 14 seed, GWU squared off with the 2011 Co-ACC Regular Season Champions and the No. 3 seeded Miami Hurricanes in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to Miami 80-62 in Charlottesville, Va. The 23 wins was second most wins by a GWU team in its NCAA Division I history, and tied for the second-most wins in a single season in the program’s 36-year history. GWU saw two players in Monique and Dominique Hudson each surpass the 1,000 career points mark, while as a team, set season-highs in lowest opponents scoring average (57.0 ppg) and in most field goals made (813). The 2010-11 Runnin’ Bulldogs team finished second in season-highs in winning percentage (.676) and was third in steals (10.1), assists (14.4) and most three-pointers made (161) as a team on the year. Seniors Monique and Dominique Hudson wrapped up their careers in record style in 2010-11, as Dominique, who was named to the Big South All-Conference First-Team, finished her career ranked first in GWU’s DI history in games played (129), minutes played (3,545), points scored (1,407), free throws made (419), assists (579) and in steals (244). Monique, who was tabbed as a second-team all-conference selection, finished third in three-pointers made (115), third in steals (210), fifth in points scored (1,147), fifth in free throws made (240) and fifth in assists (265). Both Dominique and Monique were named to the Big South All-Tournament Team; with Dominique being tabbed the Tournament MVP, while both were also named to the NCCSIA All-State University Division Women’s Basketball Teams. The 2009-10 Gardner-Webb’s women’s basketball season was one for the ages, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs shattered records, set new marks and put the program on a level that it had never reached before. Gardner-Webb went 28-5 overall and 15-1 in conference play to win the Big South Conference Regular Season Title, the program’s first regular season conference title in its 35-year history. The Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 28 wins set a new record for the most victories in a single season by a GWU women’s basketball team in its history and ties the most wins for a Big South Conference team in the history of the Big South. The Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 28 win season marks the first time since 1995-96 that the women’s basketball team has

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had 20 or more wins and the most wins since the 1989-90 team posted 23 wins, while its season-high 16-game winning streak is the longest in the program’s NCAA Division I history. Gardner-Webb went a perfect 8-0 on the road in conference play and posted an overall record of 14-2 away from Paul Porter Arena, including wins at Purdue, at Liberty, at Coastal Carolina and at Charleston Southern, all firsts. The Runnin’ Bulldogs tallied a 14-2 record at home with the 14 home wins setting a new GWU record for a single season, while its 13 non-conference wins surpasses its previous record of 11 wins in its DI history. Gardner-Webb also received some national attention, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs received votes in the ESPN/USA Today Top-25 Coaches Poll 15 weeks out of the season, receiving as many as 15 votes on three different occasions. Reeves-Evans recruit and signee Margaret Roundtree climbed into GWU history in 2009-10, as she became the 14th member of the 1,000 point club and became GWU’s Division I all-time leading scorer with 1,337 points in her career, which puts her in sixth-place on GWU’s all-time career scoring list. Roundtree also finished her career as Gardner-Webb’s Division I leader in made field goals with 534 career made field goals. In 2009-10, Gardner-Webb’s Roundtree was named the Big South Player of the Year, while Dominique Hudson joined Roundtree on the First-Team All-Conference Team, as both were also named to the All-Tournament Team for the second consecutive year. Junior guard Courtney Epps earned a spot on the Second-Team All-Conference Team, while senior Meranda Burnett was named to the Academic All-Conference Team. From 2006-2010, GWU point guard Meranda Burnett continuously climbed in the GWU record books in career assists under assistant coach Reeves-Evans, finishing her career in third overall with 299 career assists. Under her tutelage in 2008-09, sophomore guard Dominique Hudson was named to the Big South Conference Championship All-Tournament Team, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs made it to the Championship game in only its first season in the Big South. In 2007-08, former rookie Monique Hudson was named the Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year. She, along with her twin sister Dominique, was also named to the A-Sun All-Freshman team. During the 2006-07 season, redshirt-junior Candyse Kelly earned second-team all-conference honors and was among the top-10 in the conference in scoring, three-point field goal percentage and assists. Kelly also tied the school record for assists in a single season. Reeves came to Gardner-Webb from the University of Southern Mississippi, where she served as an administrative assistant from 2002 to 2003. A graduate of Southern Miss, Reeves played for the Golden Eagles under her father, head coach Rick Reeves, from 1999 to 2002 after transferring from Liberty University in 1999. As a freshman at Liberty during the 1998-99 season, Reeves helped the Flames to the Big South Conference Tournament title and a spot in the NCAA Tournament field. After following her father to Southern Miss, Reeves helped lead the Golden Eagles to a National Invitational Tournament berth in 2000. Reeves graduated from Southern Miss in 2002 with a degree in biological sciences with an emphasis in pre-med. Reeves completed her MBA in the summer of 2008 at Gardner-Webb University. On Aug. 10, 2007, Reeves married Jerton Evans in Gatlinburg, Tenn. The couple resides in Gaffney, S.C., with their three daughters Braylee, Britton and Brielle.

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Assistant Coach Second Year at GWU Former Gardner-Webb women’s basketball player and East Gaston High School product Brooke Wilkinson is in her second year on the GWU women’s basketball staff, having returned to Boiling Springs, N.C. in August 2010. In her first year on staff at GWU in 2010-11, the Runnin’ Bulldogs won its first ever conference championship tournament and qualified for its first ever trip to the Women’s Basketball NCAA Championship tournament. GWU posted a 23-11 overall record in 2010-11, posting back-to-back 20 win seasons for the first time in the program’s 36-year history. The 2010-11 team defeated the No. 1 seeded Liberty Lady Flames 67-66 to win its first ever Big South Conference Championship Tournament and advance to the NCAA Championship Tournament. As a No. 14 seed, GWU squared off with the 2011 Co-ACC Regular Season Champions and the No. 3 seeded Miami Hurricanes in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to Miami 80-62 in Charlottesville, Va. The 23 wins was second most wins by a GWU team in its NCAA Division I history, and tied for the second-most wins in a single season in the program’s 36-year history. GWU saw two players in Monique and Dominique Hudson each surpass the 1,000 career points mark, while as a team, set season-highs in lowest opponents scoring average (57.0 ppg) and in most field goals made (813). The 2010-11 Runnin’ Bulldogs team finished second in season-highs in winning percentage (.676) and was third in steals (10.1), assists (14.4) and most three-pointers made (161) as a team on the year. Wilkinson, who played at Gardner-Webb from 2002-2006, finished her career tied for third in GWU’s Division I history in games played with 106 and helped see Gardner-Webb improve from five wins in her first season to 14 wins in her senior campaign. Wilkinson was a four-year starter on the women’s basketball team at Gardner-Webb University, where she was a standout performer on and off the court for the GWU Runnin’ Bulldogs. As a senior in 2006 she led the Runnin’ Bulldogs to their first Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championship game appearance. Wilkinson served as the assistant women’s basketball coach at Mars Hill College the last two seasons after serving as a graduate assistant at SAC rival Wingate University. In 2007-08 she helped lead Wingate to a NCAA Division II Elite Eight appearance, South Atlantic Regional Champs and the South Atlantic Conference Tournament Championship. “It is always a pleasure to have a former player and a GWU grad to come back and be a part of our program. Brooke was here when I came and started coaching and is one of the pieces of the foundation of our program. Now it is nice that she gets to be on the other side and see what she has helped build.” Wilkinson graduated in May 2006 and earned her degree in Public Relations with a minor in Business Administration from GWU. She then completed her master’s degree is in Sports Administration from Wingate in 2008.

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Assistant Coach Second Year at GWU Gardner-Webb graduate and former women’s basketball player LaToya Carter will begin her second season on Coach Rick Reeves’ women’s basketball staff this year. Coach Carter’s responsibilities include assisting with travel arrangements, recruiting and every day operations including practice, workout sessions and on-the court coaching. In her first year at GWU in 2010-11, the Runnin’ Bulldogs won its first ever conference championship tournament and qualified for its first ever trip to the Women’s Basketball NCAA Championship tournament. GWU posted a 23-11 overall record in 2010-11, posting back-to-back 20 win seasons for the first time in the program’s 36-year history. The 2010-11 team defeated the No. 1 seeded Liberty Lady Flames 67-66 to win its first ever Big South Conference Championship Tournament and advance to the NCAA Championship Tournament. As a No. 14 seed, GWU squared off with the 2011 Co-ACC Regular Season Champions and the No. 3 seeded Miami Hurricanes in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to Miami 80-62 in Charlottesville, Va. The 23 wins was second most wins by a GWU team in its NCAA Division I history, and tied for the second-most wins in a single season in the program’s 36-year history. Under Carter’s tutelage, senior LaTroya Pope surpassed the 500 career rebounds mark and the 100 career blocks mark in 2010-11, moving up into fourth-place overall on GWU’s DI career rebounds list with 656 rebounds and second-place on the career blocked shots list with 125 blocks. Fellow senior Sandra Vaitkute, who battled an injury throughout the season, finished her career with 103 blocks, third in GWU’s DI history, and recorded a career field goal percentage mark of 48.6 percent, which ranks second in GWU’s DI history. Freshman center Catrina Green earned Big South All-Freshman Team honors in 2010-11, as she averaged 5.1 points and 4.3 rebounds per game, while shooting a team-high 52.6 percent from the floor on the year. Carter, who graduated with a degree in Elementary Education from Gardner-Webb, suited up for the Runnin’ Bulldogs from 2003-2008, redshirting in 2005-06 due to an injury. The 6-0 low post player improved each and every season during her career at GWU and saw her numbers increase under head coach Rick Reeves’ tutelage beginning in 2004-05. Prior to returning to GWU, Carter spent two years as an assistant coach at Providence Day School in Charlotte, N.C. During her two years at Providence Day, the Chargers posted a 48-10-1 overall record and won the NCISAA 3A State Championship over Hickory Grove Christian this past year. “We are really excited to have Toya (LaToya) come in and join our staff,” commented Coach Reeves. “She was a good player, is a good person and even more importantly, she is a great Christian woman that is a good role model for the student-athletes in our program.”

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Director of Basketball Operations First Year at GWU Logan Simpson, a former standout student-athlete for GWU in the pool, joins the women’s basketball staff in 2011-12 as the Director of Basketball Operations having served as a manager and team practice player last season en route to the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ Championship season and first ever trip to the NCAA Championship Tournament. “We are excited to add Logan to our staff,” commented Coach Reeves. “He worked with our program as a manager last season and now we are elevating him to Director of Basketball Operations as he finishes his degree. We are thrilled with his work ethic and the job he has done for us and respect his loyalty to not only our program, but to the University as a whole. He is an outstanding young man with a strong Christian character and will be a fine addition to our already outstanding assistant coaches.” Simpson’s day-to-day operations will include on-campus recruiting, managing the practice squad, watching and breaking down game film, as well as being in charge of travel arrangements and responsibilities. “I am very excited to join the women’s basketball staff,” stated Simpson. “I can’t wait to continue our winning tradition in my new role, with added responsibilities. I look forward to the new challenges that this job entails and am excited to be working alongside Coach Reeves and his coaching staff.” Simpson is slated to graduate in May 2012 with a B.A. degree in English.

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Administration Assistant/Radio Tenth Year at GWU Brad Evans enters his 10th season with the Gardner-Webb women’s basketball program in 2011-12, having served in a number of roles, including Director of Basketball Operations, radio play-by-play announcer and assistant coach. The 2010-11 season, his first full season back on the bench full time in over four years, the Runnin’ Bulldogs won its first ever conference championship tournament and qualified for its first ever trip to the Women’s Basketball NCAA Championship tournament. GWU posted a 23-11 overall record in 2010-11, posting back-to-back 20 win seasons for the first time in the program’s 36-year history. The 2010-11 team defeated the No. 1 seeded Liberty Lady Flames 67-66 to win its first ever Big South Conference Championship Tournament and advance to the NCAA Championship Tournament. As a No. 14 seed, GWU squared off with the 2011 Co-ACC Regular Season Champions and the No. 3 seeded Miami Hurricanes in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to Miami 80-62 in Charlottesville, Va. The 23 wins was second most wins by a GWU team in its NCAA Division I history, and tied for the second-most wins in a single season in the program’s 36-year history. GWU saw two players in Monique and Dominique Hudson each surpass the 1,000 career points mark, while as a team, set season-highs in lowest opponents scoring average (57.0 ppg) and in most field goals made (813). The 2010-11 Runnin’ Bulldogs team finished second in seasonhighs in winning percentage (.676) and was third in steals (10.1), assists (14.4) and most three-pointers made (161) as a team on the year. In 2009-10, Evans surpassed former Head Coach Eddie McCurley as the longest serving staff member in the women’s basketball thirtythree year history. He also holds the distinction as being the only staff member to be involved with every Atlantic-Sun Conference game. The 2009-10 season was a special one for Evans, as he saw his the team go from five total wins in 2002-03, his first season with the GWU women’s basketball program, to a record setting 28 wins and a regular season conference championship title in 2009-10. From 2006-2009, Evans also served as the voice of Gardner-Webb women’s basketball on the radio and the Internet, providing both playby-play and color commentary for all of the fans throughout Runnin’ Bulldog Nation. In 2008-09, he added video commentary for video coverage of the team on the Big South Edge for all of the Lady Bulldogs’ home contests. Evans also serves as Business Manager at nearby Forestview High School. Evans, who makes every trip with the team, assists head coach Rick Reeves and his staff with coordination of travel, meal scheduling, and planning, and public relations events for the team in addition to handling the money on away trips. Evans is also in charge of home game management. He served as an assistant coach for Gardner-Webb during his first two years on staff, and has served as the Director of Basketball Operations for eight years. Evans came to Gardner-Webb in 2002 after holding a variety of positions at East Gaston High School for seven years. During Evans’ tenure at East Gaston, the Warriors compiled a record of 119-65, winning Mega-7 4A Conference Regular Season and Tournament titles in 1997 and 1998. East Gaston participated in the state playoffs in six of Evans’ seven years there, advancing to the sectional finals on two occasions. While at East Gaston, Evans also served as administrative assistant to the Athletic Director. Evans has also seen 10 former players from East Gaston and Gardner-Webb go into the coaching profession. During his time at Gardner-Webb, Evans also served in the offices of Financial Planning and Facility Services. Evans is a native of Mt. Holly, N.C., and lives in Charlotte.

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IMPORTANT NUMBERS TO KNOW AT GWU Main Athletics Office Phone ................................................................................. (704) 406-4340 Athletics Ticket Office Phone .............................................................................. (704) 406-4340 Athletic Training Office Phone ............................................................................ (704) 406-4356 Rick Reeves, Head Coach .................................................................................... (704) 406-4348 Krystal Reeves-Evans, Associate Head Coach .................................................... (704) 406-4737 Brooke Wilkinson, Assistant Coach..................................................................... (704) 406-4633 LaToya Carter, Assistant Coach ........................................................................... (704) 406-3207 Strength & Conditioning Office Phone ................................................................ (704) 406-3879 Kevin Davis, Director of Sports Information ...................................................... (704) 406-3523 Basketball Office Fax........................................................................................... (704) 406-4739 Athletic Media Relations Fax .............................................................................. (704) 406-4739 Athletic Training Fax ........................................................................................... (704) 406-3503

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An integral part of the entire Gardner-Webb University athletics program, the Athletic Training Program emphasizes the importance of wellness in the teams’ pursuit of success. Under the supervision of Kevin Jones, ATC, and the rest of the Athletic Training faculty and staff, athletic training students complete part of their clinical education with the University’s 21 varsity sports. Jones and his staff work toward the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The athletic training students at GWU are fortunate to have a faculty and staff of nine certified athletic trainers and a cooperative intercollegiate athletics staff to enhance their learning experience. The clinical education that is conducted while serving the student-athletes at Gardner-Webb University allows for comprehensive medical care in a learning environment. The athletic training educational program recently completed its full accreditation by CAAHEP, marking an exciting moment in the program’s history. Athletic training students are able to pursue a B.S. in Athletic Training through the Department of Physical Education, Wellness and Sport Studies. Upon graduation, athletic training students must complete a three-part examination conducted by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association’s Board of Certification to become Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC). One of the most respected academic majors on campus, the GardnerWebb Athletic Training educational program boasts a growing enrollment and provides students with firstclass instruction and practical experience in their chosen field of study. Currently, Gardner-Webb graduates are working with NFL teams, colleges and universities, high schools and physical therapy clinics. After their academic careers at Gardner-Webb, many students also choose to seek graduate assistant positions at colleges and universities around the nation.

ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF DIRECTORY Kevin Jones, MA, ATC Jon T. Mitchell, MA, ATC Heather Hartsell, MA, ATC Kat Ayotte, MA, ATC Stephenie Stark, MS, ATC Bill Harvard, MA, ATC, CSCS Mathea Hungerford, MS, ATC Daniele Albert, MS, ATC Justin Walker, MS, ATC Marcia Kennedy, ATC

Director of Athletic Training kjones@gardner-webb.edu Service Program Director jmitchell@gardner-webb.edu Educational Program Director hhartsell@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer kayotte@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer sstark@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer wharvard@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer mhungerford@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer dalbert@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer jwalker15@gardner-webb.edu Graduate Assistant mkennedy3@gardner-webb.edu 56


Gardner-Webb Athletic Performance Mission Statement The mission of the Runnin' Bulldog athletic performance staff is to provide a fundamentally sound, effective, and complete strength and conditioning program. Utilizing effectual physiological principles, proven research, and practical knowledge, the experienced staff will facilitate maximizing athletic potential by means of periodic and meticulous program design and execution. Goal To maximize athletic potential and build Championship caliber student-athletes by providing the finest strength & conditioning department in the country. 10 Principles of Performance Cornerstone: FAITH The cornerstone of any kind of true success begins with God. A man's ability to seek and have a relationship with Him, guides his steps. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Attention to Detail Testing and Evaluation Train Movements, not Muscles Train Explosively Functional Mobility and Postural Control Periodization and Variety Specificity Diet and Recovery Attitude Develop Trusting Relationships

Staff Quadrian Banks - MEd, CSCS, SCCC, USAW - Director of Athletic Performance Bryan Klobucar - CSCS - Graduate Assistant Performance Coach James Wigington - SCCC, USAW - Graduate Assistant Performance Coach Ronnie Washburn - Student Assistant Performance Coach Chris James - Student Assistant Performance Coach

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The home of the Runnin’ Bulldogs, 3,500-seat Paul Porter Arena is one of the most intimidating venues in the Big South Conference - with fan support rattling the rafters regularly. Located inside the Lutz-Yelton Convocation Center, Paul Porter Arena has seen the Runnin’ Bulldogs post a 25-6 mark at home over the last two seasons, including a record 14 wins in 2009-10. Gardner-Webb’s home court advantage is helped tremendously by “The Dawg Pound,” which is a student group that provides plenty of noise and enthusiasm on game nights.

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Gardner-Web University President Seventh Year at GWU Dr. A. Frank Bonner, in his seventh year as the president of Gardner-Webb University, took office on May 2, 2005, and was inaugurated on April 6, 2006. Bonner is no stranger to Gardner-Webb, having been a part of the University family since 1987. A native of Greenville, S.C., Bonner graduated from Furman University in 1969, has a M.A. degree from the University of Georgia and earned a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a faculty member and Associate Dean at Anderson College in Anderson, S.C., prior to beginning his career in Boiling Springs as Vice President for Academic Affairs. In 1992, Bonner was promoted to provost and senior vice president at Gardner-Webb, a post he held until assuming his current role in 2005. After a comprehensive, national search for the university’s new president, chairman of the presidential search committee and the board of trustees, Frank Beam, said, “We came to the conclusion that we had the most qualified candidate right here at the university.” Bonner succeeded Dr. Frank Campbell, who served Gardner-Webb University as president from October, 2002 until June, 2005. Active in civic life and in the community, Bonner has served on the boards of the United Way, the YMCA, and Communities in Schools, and he serves on the Cleveland County Sports Commission. He is a past chairman of the Cleveland County Chamber, a past president of the Shelby Rotary Club, and a Sunday School teacher and deacon at First Baptist Church in Shelby. Bonner is also a retired Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. During Bonner’s time as provost, Gardner-Webb emerged as a vibrant institution for higher learning, officially moving from college to university in 1993. The institution’s academic reputation has steadily improved during Bonner’s time in Boiling Springs, with an outstanding faculty and consistently evolving curriculum. Bonner is married to the former Florence “Flossie” Black of Chester, S.C., also a graduate of Furman University. They are parents of two adult daughters and five grandchildren.

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Vice President for Athletics 15th Year at GWU Gardner-Webb alumnus Chuck Burch is in his 15th year as Vice President for Athletics and his 30th year overall in athletics administration. The Charlotte, N.C., native spearheaded the Bulldogs move into Division I athletics, which resulted in Gardner-Webb’s addition to the Big South Conference as an associate member for football in 2001, and GWU’s move to the Big South as a full member – which became official on July 1, 2008. Burch oversees all athletic operations at Gardner-Webb, including management and supervision of athletic programs, facilities and budgets. During his career at GWU, Burch has overseen across-the-board improvements in facilities and the addition of five new sports since arriving in 1997. A sixth sport, men’s swimming was added in 2007-08. Burch is also responsible for continued improvements in the quality and quantity of Gardner-Webb’s athletics staff – with a number of full-time positions created to assist and enhance the entire department. GWU athletics has seen a steady increase in academic performance since Burch’s arrival, and the department has posted a combined GPA above 3.0 in each of the last two academic years. Gardner-Webb’s final year in the Atlantic Sun Conference was fruitful, with several notable wins and the usual high number of strong academic performances by the Bulldogs’ student-athletes. GWU enjoyed its most successful athletics year as a Division I member in 2006-07. Gardner-Webb won its first Atlantic Sun Conference Academic Championship, unseating Belmont University for the title. The Bulldogs also finished third in the men’s and women’s combined sports standings – a very impressive effort in the race for the inaugural Bill Bibb Trophy. Gardner-Webb’s men’s soccer team captured the imagination of faces across Cleveland County during its run to the 2006 A-Sun Championship and the NCAA Tournament second round. National qualifiers in Track & Field, swimming and wrestling highlighted competitive success for the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ in 2006-2007. Burch, a graduate of Independence (N.C.) High in Charlotte, and former member of Gardner-Webb’s football team, spent 1991-1997 as Director of Athletics at Liberty (Va.) University, and was instrumental in a successful and well run department in Lynchburg as well. He also served Liberty as Associate Director of Athletics (1988-1990), Assistant Director of Athletics (1984-1988), Sports Information Director (1986-1988) and Assistant Director of Sports Information (1982-1984). After graduating from Gardner-Webb in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in Social Science, Burch, 52, earned his master’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1982. His wife, Franki, holds a Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Virginia, and currently serves as the Dean of the Graduate School as well as a professer in the Physical Education Wellness and Sports Studies Department. The couple has three children, Travis, a recent graduate of Furman University, Danielle, a senior at Brevard (N.C.) College and Amy (17).

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Associate A.D./Senior Women’s Administrator 32nd Year at GWU Senior Women’s Administrator Pam Scruggs is in her 32nd year of service with Gardner-Webb University athletics, and remains one of the most vital components of the program’s success. Scruggs has served as the Associate Athletics Director and SWA since 2000. Scurggs provides the athletics department with consistent and dependable performance in a number of crucial administrative areas. Her primary responsibilities include monitoring the athletics department budgets, monitoring the operation of the department’s women’s varsity programs, overseeing game-day operations and assisting in the administration of the University’s entire athletics program. Scruggs plays an invaluable role in the success of Runnin’ Bulldog athletics. Pam and her husband, John, have one daughter, Bonnie, who is a sophomore at Gardner-Webb University.

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While the 2009-10 season was one for the ages, the 2010-11 season will be an unforgettable year for the Runnin’ Bulldogs, as GWU continued to take the women’s basketball program to new heights, winning the 2011 Big South Women’s Basketball Championship and advancing to its first-ever NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament. Gardner-Webb ended the season at 23-11, posting back-to-back 20 win seasons for the first time in the program’s 36-year history. The third time proved to be the charm for the Runnin’ Bulldogs, who after making it to their third straight Big South Championship game, held on to defeat No.1 Liberty 67-66, becoming the first-ever team to beat the Lady Flames in the championship game in the history of the Big South. With the 2011 Big South Women’s Basketball Championship in hand, the first for the women’s basketball program, the Runnin’ Bulldogs made their first-ever NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament appearance, drawing the No. 14 seed and the No. 3 seeded Miami Hurricanes. Despite the loss, the experience was memorable from start to finish, as Dominique Hudson had 18 points and five assists and Monique Hudson added 17 points and seven rebounds in the loss to No. 11 nationally ranked Miami. En route to the NCAA Championship Tournament, the Runnin’ Bulldogs again made new waves for the program, bringing in women’s basketball powerhouses Purdue and No. 10 North Carolina to Paul Porter Arena and Boiling Springs, N.C. for non-conference home contests. GWU played three nationally ranked top-15 teams in No. 10 Oklahoma, No. 10 North Carolina, and No. 11 Miami, and overcame a tough 2-3 start to finish the season out with a 21-8 overall record. Other individual records were set throughout the season as well, as head coach Rick Reeves not only won his 100th game as the leader of the Runnin’ Bulldogs program, but he also became the all-time wins leader in GWU women’s basketball coaching history. Dominique 66


and Monique Hudson each eclipsed the 1,000-career points mark, becoming the 15th and 16th student-athletes to reach this feat in GWU women’s basketball history. With both Dominique and Monique Hudson both scoring 1,000 career points, the duo became only the fifth set of siblings to both score over 1,000 career points in Big South history and only the second set to do it in the same season. The nationally televised loss was an end to a season that saw a number of highs and lows, but also the continued growth of a program left in good hands by seniors Dominique Hudson, Monique Hudson, LaTroya Pope and Sandra Vaitkute, who all finished their careers at GWU in the NCCA Tournament, taking the program to new heights each and every season that they wore the Runnin’ Bulldog uniforms. First-Team All-Conference selection, NCSIAA All-State selection, Big South AllTournament pick and Big South Tournament MVP Dominique Hudson finished her career ranked first on Gardner Webb’s Division I all-time list in points (1407), assists (579), games played (129), minutes (3545), steals (244), and free throws made (419). Second-Team AllConference selection, NCSIAA All-State pick and Big South All-Tournament honoree Monique Hudson wrapped up her career ranked fifth on Gardner Webb’s Division I all-time scoring list (1147), third in 3-point field goals made (115), third in steals (211), fourth in assists (265), fourth in made free throws (240). Senior LaTroya Pope finished her career second in GWU’s Division I history in blocks (125), tied for third in games played (126), fourth in minutes played (3075), fourth in rebounds (656), and tied for fifth in games started (84). Big South AllTournament selection Sandra Vaitkute, who played her last two years at Gardner-Webb after transferring from the University of Maine, finished her career third in GWU’s Division I record book in blocks (103) and second in career field goal percentage (.486). 67


DATE 11/12 11/15 11/22 11/26 11/27 11/28 12/2 12/5 12/7 12/16 12/22

OPPONENT at Wofford MONTREAT at Appalachian State vs. Prairie View ! at #10 Oklahoma ! vs. Texas-Pan American ! at Kennesaw State at Longwood N.C. CENTRAL CONVERSE COLLEGE PURDUE

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SCORE 62-47 66-38 68-98 58-65 75-84 82-54 59-48 68-58 62-54 81-47 58-59

HIGH POINTS M. Hudson (25) M. Hudson (13) D. Hudson (19) Vaitkute (21) D. Hudson (25) M. Hudson (20) Pope (15) M. Hudson (19) M. Hudson (14) D. Hudson (20) D. Hudson (20)

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TENNESSEE TEMPLE

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#10 NORTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *

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at Winthrop * at High Point * at Coastal Carolina * PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE * UNC ASHEVILLE * LIBERTY *

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45-42 62-54 45-34 52-33 59-60 56-68

2/5 2/12 2/14 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/26 3/4 3/6 3/11 3/12

at Charleston Southern * at Liberty * at UNC Asheville * COASTAL CAROLINA * HIGH POINT * LONGWOOD at Presbyterian College * WINTHROP * RADFORD * vs. No. 6 UNC Asheville ^ vs. No. 7 Winthrop ^

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71-64 51-56 68-65 58-36 68-60 68-50 65-73 62-46 79-67 69-58 59-44

M. Hudson (15) M. Hudson (15) D. Hudson (14) M. Hudson (16) D. Hudson (12) Dale (15) Green (15) M. Hudson (25) M. Hudson (14) D. Hudson (21) M. Hudson (11) M. Hudson (26) D. Hudson (16) D. Hudson (14) D. Hudson (14) D. Hudson (18) D. Hudson (23) Vaitkute (17)

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HOME GAMES - ALL CAPS/BOLD ! - BTI Tip-Off Classic; Norman, Oklahoma * - Big South Conference games ^ - Big South Tournament games

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HIGH REBOUNDS Pope (7) Pope (11) Winkler (5) Vaikute (9) Green (6) Winkler (8) Pope (11) Pope (11) Pope (6) Pope (11) Green (6) Little (6) Winkler (8) Little (8) Green (11) Green (11) Little (11) Little (7) Pope (7) Little (12) D. Hudson (9) Pope (8) Pope (7) Little (9) Dale (6) Green (6) Little (7) M. Hudson (6) Pope (8) Pope (7) Green (11) three players (6) D. Hudson (6) Pope (10) Pope (10) Pope (9) Pope (7) Dillard (7) Green (7) Pope (7) D. Hudson (7) M. Hudson (7)

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HUDSON, Monique HUDSON, Dominique LITTLE, Sierra VAITKUTE, Sandra POPE, LaTroya DALE, Jasmine GREEN, Catrina DILLARD, Brianna WINKLER, Breynna BROWN, Kendra MCKENNEY, Kim BOGGAN, Erin KOERNER, Tabby HARRIS, Cierra Team Total.......... Opponents......

34-32 1130 33.2 163-425 33-32 1102 33.4 139-346 12-4 309 25.8 43-110 28-18 596 21.3 101-194 32-31 1022 31.9 99-239 34-2 556 16.4 71-205 33-16 464 14.1 70-133 34-31 925 27.2 63-210 32-3 314 9.8 38-84 13-0 110 8.5 8-24 21-0 68 3.2 6-25 12-0 19 1.6 2-5 28-1 148 5.3 7-38 14-0 62 4.4 3-14

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

34 34

min

Total 3-Point avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

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6825 6825

GWU 2172 63.9 +6.9 813-2052 .396 161-523 .308 4.7 385-629 .612 11.3 1346 39.6 +1.9 491 14.4 570 16.8 +3.4 0.9 342 10.1 166 4.9 9321 15-621 -

.384 .402 .391 .521 .414 .346 .526 .300 .452 .333 .240 .400 .184 .214

.309 .276 .000 .000 .348 .338 .000 .328 .000 .250 .278

89-125 125-169 22-52 43-67 15-32 13-24 29-62 26-47 8-20 4-6 1-5 1.000 4-6 .133 3-10 .000 3-4

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Date 11/12/10 11/15/10 11/22/10 11/26/10 11/27/10 11/28/10 12/2/10 12/5/10 12/7/10 12/16/10 12/22/10 12/29/10 12/31/10 1/3/11 1/8/11 1/11/11 1/15/11 1/17/11 1/24/11 1/29/11 1/31/11 2/5/11 2/12/11 2/14/11 2/19/11 2/21/11 2/23/11 2/26/11

69

.712 .740 .423 .642 .469 .542 .468 .553 .400 .667 .200 .667 .300 .750

off

61 35 30 41 75 31 64 21 35 3 5 2 11 4 70 813-2052 .396 161-523 .308 385-629 .612 488 673-1869 .360 160-548 .292 433-657 .659 428 OPP 1939 57.0 673-1869 .360 160-548 .292 4.7 433-657 .659 12.7 1283 37.7 370 10.9 687 20.2 0.5 246 7.2 83 2.4 14113 13-631 6-986

50-162 27-98 0-2 0-2 8-23 44-130 0-0 22-67 0-0 1-4 5-18 2-2 2-15 0-0

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

Rebounds def tot avg

91 102 53 82 138 31 79 103 35 18 9 2 18 7 90 858 855

152 137 83 123 213 62 143 124 70 21 14 4 29 11 160 1346 1283

pts

avg

4 123 129 5 90 465 3 194 120 10 81 430 0 11 30 19 18 108 2 14 28 42 9 245 4 48 49 43 50 221 0 22 47 3 24 199 0 2 32 28 11 169 1 54 56 8 45 174 0 12 23 2 6 84 0 3 7 2 1 21 0 0 8 0 2 18 0 2 0 1 1 10 0 5 12 3 2 19 0 1 6 0 2 9 23 39.6 591 14 491 570 166 342 2172 37.7 563 - 370 687 83 246 1939

13.7 13.0 9.0 8.8 6.9 5.9 5.1 5.1 2.6 1.6 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6

4.5 4.2 6.9 4.4 6.7 1.8 4.3 3.6 2.2 1.6 0.7 0.3 1.0 0.8

pf dq

a

to blk stl

98 99 27 65 96 27 63 51 31 8 7 3 10 6

Opponent at Wofford MONTREAT COLLEGE at Appalachian State vs Prairie View at #10 Oklahoma vs UTPA at Kennesaw State at Longwood N.C. CENTRAL CONVERSE COLLEGE PURDUE TENNESSEE TEMPLE #10 NORTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Radford at Winthrop at High Point at Coastal Carolina PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE UNC ASHEVILLE LIBERTY at Charleston Southern at Liberty at UNC Asheville COASTAL CAROLINA HIGH POINT LONGWOOD at Presbyterian College

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

Score 62-47 66-38 68-98 58-65 75-84 82-54 59-48 68-58 62-54 81-47 58-59 88-40 62-83 67-51 50-57 45-42 62-54 45-34 52-33 59-60 56-68 71-64 51-56 68-65 58-36 68-60 68-50 65-73

63.9 57.0

Att. 331 995 409 0 3034 0 352 225 345 489 800 250 2750 325 0 188 492 345 435 437 531 746 1297 414 420 402 305 364


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gp-gs

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16-16 560 12 HUDSON, Dominique 15-15 513 20 LITTLE, Sierra 9-3 237 11 VAITKUTE, Sandra 13-4 257 23 POPE, LaTroya 16-16 538 31 GREEN, Catrina 15-11 238 33 DALE, Jasmine 16-0 240 05 DILLARD, Brianna 16-14 412 43 WINKLER, Breynna 14-1 137 14 HARRIS, Cierra 2-0 7 21 MCKENNEY, Kim 11-0 33 25 KOERNER, Tabby 13-0 50 44 BOGGAN, Erin 3-0 1 32 BROWN, Kendra 1-0 2 Team Total.......... 16 3225 Opponents...... 16 3225

Score by Periods Gardner-Webb Opponents

avg fg-fga

35.0 34.2 26.3 19.8 33.6 15.9 15.0 25.8 9.8 3.5 3.0 3.8 0.3 2.0

1st 430 422

73-206 60-174 31-77 41-84 50-124 40-72 27-74 19-81 13-27 1-2 3-10 2-10 0-0 0-0

3-Point

F-Throw

3fg%

ft-fta

ft%

.354 23-87 .345 12-51 .403 0-1 .488 0-1 .403 4-11 .556 0-0 .365 17-50 .235 5-27 .481 0-0 .500 0-0 .300 3-8 .200 1-4 .000 0-0 .000 0-0

.264 .235 .000 .000 .364 .000 .340 .185 .000 .000 .375 .250 .000 .000

42-60 53-72 19-42 13-24 7-12 15-32 9-13 13-23 0-5 0-0 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0

.700 .736 .452 .542 .583 .469 .692 .565 .000 .000 .333 .500 .000 .000

OT 20 8

off

def

tot avg

31 48 79 18 53 71 23 43 66 14 34 48 41 57 98 34 39 73 12 10 22 7 53 60 13 9 22 0 1 1 1 5 6 5 8 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 51 82 .271 173-288 .601 230 411 641 .296 180-290 .621 196 393 589

Totals 958 866

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fg% 3fg-fga

360-941 .383 65-240 305-865 .353 76-257

2nd 508 436

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4.9 4.7 7.3 3.7 6.1 4.9 1.4 3.8 1.6 0.5 0.5 1.0 0.0 0.0

pf dq

45 50 23 24 45 32 14 25 9 1 2 7 0 0

40.1 277 36.8 256

1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

a

to blk stl

57 83 8 6 22 1 11 21 6 0 0 1 0 0

2 5 16 18 22 18 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0

72 57 25 12 26 19 25 21 12 2 3 3 0 0 8 6 216 285 - 169 316

pts

avg

34 211 34 185 11 81 4 95 24 111 4 95 12 80 19 56 4 26 0 2 2 10 0 6 0 0 0 0

13.2 12.3 9.0 7.3 6.9 6.3 5.0 3.5 1.9 1.0 0.9 0.5 0.0 0.0

88 148 958 35 128 866

59.9 54.1


TEAM STATISTICS Total Opponent

Date

Score

fg-fga

at Wofford MONTREAT COLLEGE at Appalachian State vs Prairie View at #10 Oklahoma vs UTPA at Kennesaw State at Longwood N.C. CENTRAL CONVERSE COLLEGE PURDUE TENNESSEE TEMPLE #10 NORTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON SOUTHER at Radford at Winthrop at High Point at Coastal Carolina PRESBYTERIAN COLLEG UNC ASHEVILLE LIBERTY at Charleston Southern at Liberty at UNC Asheville COASTAL CAROLINA HIGH POINT LONGWOOD at Presbyterian College WINTHROP RADFORD vs UNC Asheville vs Winthrop vs Liberty vs Miami

11/12/10 11/15/10 11/22/10 11/26/10 11/27/10 11/28/10 12/2/10 12/5/10 12/7/10 12/16/10 12/22/10 12/29/10 12/31/10 1/3/11 1/8/11 1/11/11 1/15/11 1/17/11 1/24/11 1/29/11 1/31/11 2/5/11 2/12/11 2/14/11 2/19/11 2/21/11 2/23/11 2/26/11 3/4/11 3/6/11 3/11/11 3/12/11 3/13/11 3/20/11

62-47 W 66-38 W 68-98 L 58-65 L 75-84 L 82-54 W 59-48 W 68-58 W 62-54 W 81-47 W 58-59 L 88-40 W 62-83 L 67-51 W 50-57 L 45-42 W 62-54 W 45-34 W 52-33 W 59-60 L 56-68 L 71-64 W 51-56 L 68-65 W 58-36 W 68-60 W 68-50 W 65-73 L 62-46 W 79-67 Wot 69-58 W 59-44 W 67-66 W 62-80 L

20-64 27-68 22-62 20-54 28-61 29-64 21-61 21-47 27-67 32-74 22-57 33-57 24-65 28-63 20-57 16-63 23-61 17-48 21-56 21-62 16-56 25-54 21-63 26-64 26-52 26-64 27-71 24-60 24-55 26-63 28-63 23-53 25-53 24-70

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga

.313 .397 .355 .370 .459 .453 .344 .447 .403 .432 .386 .579 .369 .444 .351 .254 .377 .354 .375 .339 .286 .463 .333 .406 .500 .406 .380 .400 .436 .413 .444 .434 .472 .343

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Free throws

Rebounds

pct

ft-fta

pct

off

def

tot

avg

pf

.333 .071 .294 .250 .533 .444 .308 .308 .286 .286 .222 .778 .375 .250 .286 .056 .304 .308 .364 .250 .167 .471 .192 .231 .250 .250 .238 .417 .417 .263 .412 .250 .500 .364

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.762 .688 .679 .824 .733 .727 .591 .688 .250 .542 .600 .441 .571 .643 .429 .800 .500 .467 .353 .611 .724 .765 .364 .619 .500 .882 .429 .500 .692 .595 .667 .692 .556 .857

18 22 14 12 12 12 17 9 12 15 13 14 22 19 19 24 15 13 9 14 12 13 11 12 10 18 19 10 19 12 11 10 10 16

25 28 22 27 20 29 23 27 13 34 21 35 21 24 22 25 31 33 17 24 15 24 23 31 30 36 26 18 23 35 27 26 19 24

43 50 36 39 32 41 40 36 25 49 34 49 43 43 41 49 46 46 26 38 27 37 34 43 40 54 45 28 42 47 38 36 29 40

43.0 46.5 43.0 42.0 40.0 40.2 40.1 39.6 38.0 39.1 38.6 39.5 39.8 40.0 40.1 40.6 40.9 41.2 40.4 40.3 39.7 39.5 39.3 39.5 39.5 40.0 40.2 39.8 39.9 40.1 40.0 39.9 39.6 39.6

19 15 19 18 25 17 18 17 19 15 15 11 20 18 17 11 18 16 16 14 27 15 22 17 17 16 12 26 9 18 19 11 21 23

a t/o blk stl

11 16 13 14 11 22 13 13 19 23 13 23 14 11 11 10 15 9 16 16 11 12 14 16 18 13 14 11 18 15 20 12 14 10

18 20 17 16 15 10 15 14 17 14 15 20 21 23 25 15 16 19 16 18 18 19 14 18 25 18 11 12 16 13 11 13 17 21

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

13 13 7 5 10 10 18 8 14 13 12 18 8 16 14 8 8 8 14 8 5 10 11 13 9 5 13 8 3 8 7 9 8 8

pts

avg

62 66 68 58 75 82 59 68 62 81 58 88 62 67 50 45 62 45 52 59 56 71 51 68 58 68 68 65 62 79 69 59 67 62

62.0 64.0 65.3 63.5 65.8 68.5 67.1 67.2 66.7 68.1 67.2 68.9 68.4 68.3 67.1 65.7 65.5 64.3 63.7 63.5 63.1 63.5 62.9 63.1 62.9 63.1 63.3 63.4 63.3 63.8 64.0 63.8 63.9 63.9

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813-2052

. 396 161-523

.308 385-629

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488

858 1346 39.6 591 491 570 166 342 2172 63.9

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FINAL BIG SOUTH WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STANDINGS Big South Team Liberty * Radford Gardner-Webb ^ High Point Charleston Southern UNC Asheville Winthrop Presbyterian College Coastal Carolina

W 14 11 11 9 8 5 5 5 4

L 2 5 5 7 8 11 11 11 12

Pct. .875 .688 .688 .563 .500 .313 .313 .313 .250

Overall W 22 14 23 16 14 12 13 9 10

L 11 16 11 15 16 18 18 20 19

Pct. .667 .467 .676 .516 .467 .400 .419 .310 .345

Home 10-1 8-5 11-4 9-5 10-3 5-10 6-10 5-7 6-7

Road 10-6 6-10 8-5 7-8 4-10 7-7 4-7 4-13 4-8

Neu 2-4 0-1 4-2 0-2 0-3 0-1 3-1 0-0 0-4

L10 Streak 7-3 L2 5-5 L2 8-2 L1 6-4 L1 5-5 L1 3-7 L3 3-7 L1 4-6 L2 4-6 L1

* Big South Regular Season Champions; ^ Big South Tournament Champions

BIG SOUTH YEARLY HONORS FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Katie Tull, Charleston Southern Avery Warley, Liberty Da’Naria Erwin Spencer, Radford Dominique Hudson, Gardner-Webb Devon Brown, Liberty SECOND-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Monique Hudson, Gardner-Webb Kelsey Wasmer, Charleston Southern Shamia Brown, High Point Kendall Shepard, UNC Asheville Sydnei Moss, Coastal Carolina ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Dequesha McClanahan, Winthrop Cheyenne Parker, High Point Karlee Taylor, Presbyterian College Emily Frazier, Liberty Catrina Green, Gardner-Webb

ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE Kelsey Wasmer, Charleston Southern Katie White, Coastal Carolina Brianna Dillard, Gardner-Webb Mackenzie Maier, High Point Rachel McLeod, Liberty Amanda Mills, Presbyterian College Grace Blaylock, UNC Asheville Kaylyn Crosier, Radford Lacey Lyons, Winthrop ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Dominique Hudson, Gardner-Webb Monique Hudson, Gardner-Webb Sandra Vaitkute, Gardner-Webb Avery Warley, Liberty Jelena Antic, Liberty ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM MVP Dominique Hudson, Gardner-Webb

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR Katie Tull, Charleston Southern

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Avery Warley, Liberty

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Dequesha McClanahan, Winthrop

COACH OF THE YEAR Tajama Abraham Ngongba, Radford

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Katie White, Coastal Carolina


FINAL BIG SOUTH TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE Team 1. High Point 2. UNC Asheville 3. Charleston Southern 4. Gardner-Webb 5. Liberty 6. Radford 7. Coastal Carolina 8. Winthrop 9. Presbyterian College

GP 31 30 30 34 33 30 29 31 29

PTS 2136 2031 1984 2172 2001 1812 1545 1598 1474

AVG/G 68.9 67.7 66.1 63.9 60.6 60.4 53.3 51.5 50.8

ASSISTS Team 1. High Point 2. Gardner-Webb 3. Charleston Southern 4. Liberty 5. UNC Asheville 6. Presbyterian College 7. Radford 8. Winthrop 9. Coastal Carolina

GP 31 34 30 33 30 29 30 31 29

Assists 476 491 373 397 352 320 308 305 279

AVG/G 15.35 14.44 12.43 12.03 11.73 11.03 10.27 9.84 9.62

SCORING DEFENSE Team 1. Liberty 2. Presbyterian College 3. Winthrop 4. Gardner-Webb 5. Coastal Carolina 6. High Point 7. Radford 8. Charleston Southern 9. UNC Asheville

GP 33 29 31 34 29 31 30 30 30

PTS 1778 1647 1763 1939 1680 1892 1900 2019 2194

AVG/G 53.9 56.8 56.9 57.0 57.9 61.0 63.3 67.3 73.1

STEALS Team 1. Radford 2. Gardner-Webb 3. Liberty 4. Charleston Southern 5. Winthrop 6. High Point 7. Coastal Carolina 8. UNC Asheville 9. Presbyterian College

GP 30 34 33 30 31 31 29 30 29

Steals 365 342 300 269 265 264 244 223 188

AVG/G 12.17 10.06 9.09 8.97 8.55 8.52 8.41 7.43 6.48

Mar. +12.7 +1.9 +0.3 -0.3 -1.3 -2.1 -2.7 -4.1 -4.6

BLOCKED SHOTS Team 1. High Point 2. Gardner-Webb 3. Coastal Carolina 4. Radford 5. Liberty 6. Winthrop 7. Charleston Southern 8. UNC Asheville 9. Presbyterian College

GP 31 34 29 30 33 31 30 30 29

Blocks 208 166 115 102 101 89 57 52 44

AVG/G 6.71 4.88 3.97 3.40 3.06 2.87 1.90 1.73 1.52

REBOUNDING MARGIN Team GP 1. Liberty 33 2. Gardner-Webb 34 3. Presbyterian College 29 4. Winthrop 31 5. High Point 31 6. UNC Asheville 30 7. Coastal Carolina 29 8. Radford 30 9. Charleston Southern 30

Team 1444 1346 1045 1176 1239 1152 1117 1080 1057

Avg, 43.8 39.6 36.0 37.9 40.0 38.4 38.5 36.0 35.2

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FINAL BIG SOUTH INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS SCORING Player - Team 1. Katie Tull - CSU 2. Kendall Shepard - UNCA 3. Kelsey Wasmer - CSU 4. Da’Naria ErwinSpencer - RU 5. Monique Hudson - GWU 6. Devon Brown - LU 7. Dominique Hudson - GWU 8. Lindsey Montgomery - UNCA 9. Shamia Brown - HPU 10. Dequesha McClanahan - WU

GP 30 30 30 29 34 26 33 24 31 31

PTS 481 456 450 401 465 351 430 305 392 386

AVG 16.0 15.2 15.0 13.8 13.7 13.5 13.0 12.7 12.6 12.5

BLOCKED SHOTS Player-Team 1. Mackenzie Maier - HPU 2. Cheyenne Parker - HPU 3. Katie White - CCU 4. Sandra Vaitkute - GWU 5. LaTroya Pope - GWU 6. Kahealani Vick - RU 7. Avery Warley - LU 8. Lindsey Montgomery - UNCA 9. TaQuoia Hammick - WU 10. Catrina Green - GWU

REBOUNDING Player-Team 1. Avery Warley - LU 2. Kelli Riles - UNCA 3. Lindsey Montgomery - UNCA 4. Cheyenne Parker - HPU 5. Sydnei Moss - CCU 6. Brooke McElroy - RU 7. TaQuoia Hammick - WU 8. Kelsey Wasmer - CSU 9. LaTroya Pope - GWU 10. Jelena Antic - LU

GP 33 28 24 30 27 29 30 30 32 31

REB 363 288 203 240 207 213 217 207 213 195

AVG 11.0 10.3 8.5 8.0 7.7 7.3 7.2 6.9 6.7 6.3

FREE THROW PCT. (Min. 2.0 made per game) Player-Team GP FTM 1. Kendall Shepard - UNCA 30 120 2. Dominique Hudson - GWU 33 125 3. Kelli Riles - UNCA 28 80 4. Sydnei Moss - CCU 27 68 5. Da’Naria ErwinSpencer - RU 29 86 6. Monique Hudson - GWU 34 89 7. Dequesha McClanahan - WU 31 103 8. Dria David - PC 29 74 9. Devon Brown - LU 26 74 10. Lindsey Montgomery - UNCA 24 94

ASSISTS Player-Team 1. Dominique Hudson - GWU 2. Monique Hudson - GWU 3. Dequesha McClanahan - WU 4. Kendall Shepard - UNCA 5. Breaira Barksdale - UNCA 6. Da’Naria ErwinSpencer - RU 7. Mackenzie Maier - HPU 8. Helen Terry - CSU 9. Emily Frazier - LU 10. Amy Dodd - HPU

GP 33 34 31 30 30 29 27 30 33 30

Asts 194 123 110 105 102 91 83 92 85 76

AVG 5.88 3.62 3.55 3.50 3.40 3.14 3.07 3.07 2.58 2.53

3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE Player-Team 1. Kaite Tull - CSU 2. Kelsey Wasmer - CSU 3. Lindsey Thompson - UNCA 4. Jurica Hargraves - HPU 5. Grace Blaylock - UNCA 6. Kristen Stevens - PC 7. Lacey Lyons - WU 8. Mackenzie Maier - HPU 9. Monique Hudson - GWU 10. Devon Brown - LU

STEALS Player-Team 1. Monique Hudson - GWU 2. Dominique Hudson - GWU 3. Da’Naria ErwinSpencer - RU 4. Brooke McElroy - RU 5. Helen Terry - CSU 6. Dequesha McClanahan - WU 7. Dria Davids - PC 8. Tiffany Charles - WU 9. Amy Dodd - HPU 10. Breaira Barksdale - UNCA

GP Steals 34 90 33 81 29 67 29 62 30 64 31 64 29 50 31 53 30 51 30 50

AVG 2.65 2.45 2.31 2.14 2.13 2.06 1.72 1.71 1.70 1.67

GP Blocks AVG 27 84 3.11 30 75 2.50 28 66 2.36 28 42 1.50 32 43 1.34 27 33 1.22 33 38 1.15 24 25 1.04 30 28 0.93 33 28 0.85

GP 30 30 29 31 30 28 31 27 34 26

3FG 107 66 62 61 59 48 51 44 50 35

3 PT FIELD PCT. (Min. 1.5 made per game) Player-Team GP 3FG 1. Mackenzie Maier - HPU 27 44 2. Kristen Stevens - PC 28 48 3. Kelsey Wasmer - CSU 30 66 4. Jurica Hargraves - HPU 31 61 5. Katie Tull - CSU 30 107 6. Grace Blaylock - UNCA 30 59 7. Lacey Lyons - WU 31 51 8. Lindsey Thompson - UNCA 29 62

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FTA 152 169 109 93 118 125 149 108 110 149

Pct. .789 .740 .734 .731 .729 .712 .691 .685 .673 .631

AVG/G 3.57 2.20 2.14 1.97 1.97 1.71 1.65 1.63 1.47 1.35

FGA 99 126 182 169 301 184 161 204

Pct. .444 .381 .363 .361 .355 .321 .317 .304

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player - Team 1. Avery Warley - LU 2. Lindsey Montgomery - UNCA 3. Cheyenne Parker - HPU 4. Kelli Riles - UNCA 5. TaQuoia Hammick - WU 6. Shamia Brown - HPU 7. Brooke McElroy - RU 8. Lakeitha Alston - CSU 9. Sydnei Moss - CCU 10. LaTroya Pope - GWU

GP 33 24 30 28 30 31 29 30 27 32

No. 151 74 91 83 87 80 73 74 65 75

AVG 4.58 3.08 3.03 2.96 2.90 2.58 2.52 2.47 2.41 2.34

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player-Team 1. Kelli Riles - UNCA 2. Avery Warley - LU 3. Lindsey Montgomery - UNCA 4. Sydnei Moss - CCU 5. Cheyenne Parker - HPU 6. Kelsey Wasmer - CSU 7. Brooke McElroy - RU 8. TaQuoia Hammick - WU 9. LaTroya Pope - GWU 10. Mariah Pietrowski - PC

GP 28 33 24 27 30 30 29 30 32 29

REB 205 212 129 142 149 145 140 130 138 122

AVG 7.32 6.42 5.38 5.26 4.97 4.83 4.83 4.33 4.31 4.21

MINUTES PLAYED Player-Team GP 1. Katie Tull - CSU 30 2. Kelsey Wasmer - CSU 30 3. Kendall Shepard - UNCA 30 4. Dequesha McClanahan - WU 31 5. Dominique Hudson - GWU 33 6. Monique Hudson - GWU 34 7. Da’Naria ErwinSpencer - RU 29 8. LaTroya Pope - GWU 32 9. Lacey Lyons - WU 31 10. Denay Wood - RU 30

Min. 1103 1076 1035 1038 1102 1130 932 1022 974 931

AVG 36.77 35.87 34.50 33.48 33.39 33.24 32.14 31.94 31.42 31.03


MOST POINTS SCORED 1 ............................ 99 vs Jacksonville State, 2/27/03 2 ........................................ 98 vs Montreat, 11/10/07 3 ..................................... 97 vs UVA-Wise, 11/17/08 4 ...................................92 at Morris Brown, 2/14/01 5 ............................... 91 vs Kennesaw State, 2/28/06

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1 .............................................. 28 at Mercer, 1/18/07 2 ...................... 33 vs Presbyterian College, 1/24/11 ............................... 33 vs Coastal Carolina, 1/30/10 3 ..................................... 35 at North Florida, 1/6/07 4 ............................ 36, vs Coastal Carolina, 2/19/11 5 ..................................... 38 , vs Montreat, 11/15/10 ...................... 38, vs Winston-Salem State, 11/16/09 ........................................ 38, vs Converse, 12/18/09

LARGEST COMBINED POINT TOTAL 1 .......................... 190 vs Jacksonville State, 2/27/03 2 ............................. 179 vs Kennesaw State, 2/28/06 3 .........................176 vs Bethune-Cookman, 12/1/02 4 ............................ 174 at Morehead State, 12/17/00 5 .......................................... 167 at AASU, 12/30/00

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 1 ................................ 48 vs Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10 ....................................... 48 vs UVA-Wise, 11/17/08 2 ............................. 45 vs Coastal Carolina, 1/30/10 .......................................... 45 vs Montreat, 11/10/07 3 ...................................42 at Morris Brown, 2/14/01 4 ....................... 41 at Presbyterian College, 1/25/20 .........................................41, vs Converse, 12/18/09 5 ....................................... 35 vs Emmanuel, 2/21/01

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1 ............ 57.9 % (33/57) vs Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10 2 ................... 56.9 % (33/58) vs Emmanuel, 2/21/01 3 ....................... 56.5 % (35/62) vs Montreat, 1/1/09 4 ... 55.8 % (29/52) at Presbyterian College, 1/25/10 5 .................... 54.9 % (28/51) at App. State, 1/28/09

MOST THREE-POINT FGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S MADE 1 ............................................. 15 at Belmont, 1/8/05 2 ............................ 13 vs Jacksonville State, 2/27/03 3 ........................................... 12 vs Campbell, 3/8/03 4 .......................................... 10 vs Wofford, 12/1/09 .............................. 10 at Appalachian State, 1/28/09 ........................................ 10 vs Lipscomb, 12/29/08 .................................... 10 vs North Florida, 1/14/06 ............................ 10 vs Central Michigan, 12/30/06

HIGHEST THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE 1 ................ 77.8 % (7/9) vs Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10 2............. 71.4% (10/14) vs Central Michigan,12/30/06 3 ................... 66.7% (10/15) vs Lipscomb, 12/29/08 ......................... 66.7% (6/9) at High Point, 1/17/05 4 .............. 63.6 % (7/11) at Coastal Carolina, 3/5/10 5 ................... 61.5 % (8/13) vs App. State, 11/24/09

MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1 .............. 37 vs Armstrong Atlantic State, 12/30/00 2 ............................................. 26 vs Liberty, 1/2/10 ............................................ 26 vs Lipscomb, 1/5/08 ............................. 26 vs Jacksonville State, 2/27/03 .................................... 26 vs Morris Brown, 1/25/01 3 ........................................... 25 vs UMES, 11/19/05

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1 ..................................... 40 vs UVA-Wise, 11/17/08 2 .................................. 39 at Morris Brown, 2/14/01 3 ........................................ 36 vs Montreat, 11/10/07 4 ............................................ 35 vs Montreat, 1/1/09 5 .......................... 34 vs Bethune-Cookman, 12/1/02

1 ......................... 92.9% (13/14) vs IUPUI, 11/24/07 2 ... 91.3 % (21-23) at #11 North Carolina, 12/13/09 3 ................... .. 85.7% (6-7) vs. #11 Miami, 3/20/11 ..................... 85.7% (12/14) at Jacksonville, 2/4/06 .......................... 85.7 % (18/21) vs Liberty, 3/14/10 4 ....................... 85.2 % (23/27) vs Radford, 3/13/09

MOST REBOUNDS 1 ................64 at Armstrong Atlantic State, 12/03/00 2 .................................. 58 vs Morris Brown, 1/25/01 ................................. 58 at Kennesaw State, 1/19/06 3 ............................................ 57 vs UNCA, 3/12/10 4 ................................. 56 vs Tenn. Temple, 11/29/08 5 .......................................... 55 at Radford, 12/12/04 ............................................. 55 vs Mercer, 12/05/05

MOST ASSISTS 1 .......................... 26 vs Bethune-Cookman, 12/1/02 ........................................... 26 at Centenary, 2/11/02 2 ........................................... 25 vs. Montreat, 1/1/09 3 ....................................... 24 vs Converse, 12/18/09 4 ................................ 23 vs Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10 ......................................... 23 vs Converse, 12/16/10 ....................................... 23 vs Livingstone, 2/22/01 5 ................... 22 vs. Texas-Pan American, 11/28/10 ....................... 22 vs Winston-Salem State, 11/16/09 ................................. 22 vs Kennesaw State, 2/28/06

MOST STEALS 1 ..................................... 24 vs UVA-Wise, 11/17/08 2 ........................................ 21 vs Montreat, 11/10/07 3 ................................ 18 vs Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10 ..................................18 at Kennesaw State, 12/2/10 .......................... 18 at Presbyterian College, 1/25/10 ............................................. 18 at Lipscomb, 1/6/05 ............................................... 18 vs Stetson, 12/4/04 .......................................... 18 vs Montreat, 11/13/06 4 ......................... 16 vs Charleston Southern, 1/3/11 .......................................... 16 at High Point, 2/13/10 ............................................. 16 at Radford, 2/10/10 ......................................... 16 vs Converse, 12/18/09

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1 ........................................ 15 vs Lipscomb, 1/27/07 2 ................................. 13 vs Tenn. Temple, 11/29/08 3 ............................................. 12 vs Stetson, 2/15/07 4 ......................................... 11 at Lipscomb, 1/24/04 5 ............................................. 10 at UNCA, 2/15/10 ............................................. 10 at Radford, 2/10/10 ........................................... 10 at Campbell, 12/2/06 ............................................ 10 at Campbell, 1/11/03

* GWU went NCAA Division I in 2000-01.

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MOST GAMES PLAYED 1 .............................................. 34, 2010-2011 2 ............................................... 33, 2009-2010 3 ............................................... 32, 2008-2009 ................................................. 32, 2000-2001 4 ............................................... 31, 2007-2008 ................................................. 31, 2006-2007 5 ............................................... 30, 2005-2006 MOST GAMES WON 1 .............................................. 28, 2009-2010 2.............................................. 23, 2010-2011 3 ............................................... 17, 2008-2009 4 ............................................... 15, 2000-2001 5 ............................................... 14, 2006-2007 ................................................. 14, 2005-2006 HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE 1 ......................................... .848, 2009-2010 2 ......................................... .676, 2010-2011 3 .......................................... .531, 2008-2009 4 .......................................... .469, 2000-2001 5 .......................................... .467, 2005-2006 MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 1 .............................................. 16, 2009-2010 2 ................................................ 8, 2009-2010 3 ................................................. 6, 2007-2008 4 ................................................ 5, 2010-2011 ................................................... 5, 2005-2006 5 ................................................. 4, 2009-2010 ................................................... 4, 2008-2009 ................................................... 4, 2005-2006 ................................................... 4, 2004-2005 ................................................... 4, 2000-2001

LOWEST OPP. SCORING AVERAGE 1 ........................................... 57.0, 2010-2011 2 ............................................ 57.6, 2009-2010 3 ............................................ 58.2, 2006-2007 4 ........................................... 62.9, 2008-2009 5 ............................................ 63.1, 2004-2005 .............................................. 63.1, 2005-2006 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1 ............................................ 813, 2010-2011 2 ............................................ 803, 2009-2010 3 ............................................. 802, 2000-2001 4. ............................................ 750, 2008-2009 5 ............................................. 719, 2007-2008

MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1 ............................................ 488, 2009-2010 2 ............................................. 470, 2007-2008 3 ............................................. 451, 2000-2001 4 ............................................. 438, 2005-2006 5 ............................................ 389, 2008-2009 HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1 ........................................... .692, 2007-2008 2 .......................................... .684, 2009-2010 3 ........................................... .667, 2005-2006 4 ........................................... .665, 2008-2009 5 ........................................... .657, 2000-2001

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1 ......................................... .422, 2009-2010 2 .......................................... .408, 2008-2009 3 .......................................... .405, 2007-2008 4 ......................................... .396, 2010-2011 5 .......................................... .388, 2000-2001

HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1 ............................................ 47.5, 2000-2001 2 ............................................ 40.7, 2004-2005 3 ........................................... 39.8, 2009-2010 .............................................. 39.8, 2005-2006 4 ........................................... 39.6, 2010-2011 5 ............................................ 39.5, 2003-2004

MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE 1 ............................................. 180, 2000-2001 2 ............................................ 169, 2009-2010 3 ............................................ 161, 2010-2011 4 ............................................. 158, 2005-2006 5 ............................................. 157, 2002-2003

HIGHEST ASSISTS AVERAGE 1 ........................................... 15.1, 2009-2010 2 ............................................ 14.9, 2000-2001 3 ........................................... 14.4, 2010-2011 4 ............................................ 13.8, 2008-2009 5 ............................................ 13.4, 2002-2003

HIGHEST THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE 1 .......................................... .369, 2009-2010 2 ........................................... .357, 2005-2006 3 .......................................... .327, 2008-2009 4 ........................................... .324, 2001-2002 5 .......................................... .308, 2010-2011 ............................................. .308, 2004-2005

HIGHEST STEALS AVERAGE 1 ............................................ 10.6, 2003-2004 2 ........................................... 10.3, 2009-2010 3 ........................................... 10.1, 2010-2011 .............................................. 10.1, 2004-2005 4 .............................................. 9.9, 2002-2003 5 .............................................. 8.8, 2005-2006

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE 1 ............................................ 70.5, 2000-2001 2 ........................................... 68.6, 2009-2010 3 ............................................ 65.8, 2007-2008 4 ........................................... 63.9, 2010-2011 5 ........................................... 63.6, 2008-2009

* GWU went NCAA Division I in 2000-01.

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MOST POINTS SCORED 1 ............................. 32, Gravel vs Campbell, 3/8/03 2 .......................... 30, Blackman vs Stetson, 1/29/04 3 ................. 29, Collins at Florida Atlantic, 2/25/03 4 ............... 28, Kelly vs Central Michigan, 12/30/06 5 ........................... 27, Smith at High Point, 1/17/05 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1 .........................12, Roundtree vs Montreat, 1/1/09 ..............................12, Smith at High Point, 1/17/05 .................... 12, Collins at Florida Atlantic, 2/15/03 3 .................11, Blackman vs E. Kentucky, 11/22/03 4 .......................... 10, Roundtree at UNCA, 2/15/10 .......................... 10, Roundtree at Radford, 2/10/10 ...............10, Roundtree vs Coastal Carolina, 3/5/09 ............................10, Roundtree vs Belmont, 1/7/08 5 .................................................. 9, multiple players HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1 ........................................... 1.000, multiple players 2 ............. .900 (9/10) Roundtree vs UNCA, 2/16/09 3 ............ .889 (8/9) Vaitkute vs High Point, 2/21/11 4.. ....................... .857 (6-7) Green vs Liberty, 1/31/11 ............ .857 (6-7) Roundtree at Presbyterian, 1/25/10 ...................... .857 (6-7) Epps vs Converse, 12/18/09 ............ .857 (6/7) Roundtree vs Longwood, 12/16/06 ..................... .857 (6/7) M. Hudson at UNF, 2/4/08 5 ......... .833 (5/6), M. Hudson vs Coastal Carolina, 2/19/11 .......... .833 (5/6), Little vs Charleston Southern, 1/3/11 ........... .833 (10/12), Thornton at Presbyterian, 1/31/01 ....................... .833 (5/6), Sprouse at Lehigh, 12/29/06 MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE 1 ........................... 7, Gravel at Murray State, 1/5/02 2 ....................6, Povilonyte vs High Points, 2/14/09 ......................... 6, Blackman at Jacksonville, 3/3/05 ................................ 6, Blackman vs Mercer, 2/5/05 3 ....... 5, M. Hudson at Charleston Southern, 2/5/11 ........................... 5, Dale vs Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10 ............................ 5, D. Hudson vs UNCA, 3/12/10 ........................................ 5, Epps vs UNCA, 1/9/10 ......................................... 5, vs Converse, 12/18/09 ................... 5, Kelly vs Central Michigan, 12/30/06 ...................... 5, Povilonyte vs Lipscomb, 12/29/08 ......................... 5, Povilonyte vs Winthrop, 1/24/09

HIGHEST THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE 1 ............................................. 1.000, multiple players 2 ........... .857 (6/7), Blackman at Jacksonville, 3/3/05 3 ........ .833 (5/6), Collins at Florida Atlantic, 2/15/03 ........ .833 (5/6) Kelly vs Central Michigan, 12/30/06 5 ........... .800 (4/5), Collins vs Savannah State, 1/9/02 ...................... .800 (4/5), Sprouse at Lehigh, 12/29/06 ......... . .800 (4/5), Montgomery at App. State, 1/28/09

MOST DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1 ...............................16, Smith vs Belmont, 3/10/06 2 ....................15, Roundtree vs S.C. State, 11/21/06 3 ..........13, Povilonyte vs UNC-Asheville, 12/17/07 .............................13, Guzman at NC A&T, 1/14/03 4 ............. 12, Povilonyte vs Charleston So., 1/17/09 ................................12, Smith vs Wofford, 11/30/05 ................................... 12, Guzman vs UCF, 1/17/04

MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1 .............. 11, Collins vs Jacksonville State, 2/27/03 ............................... 11, Collins vs Belmont, 1/23/03 ........................... 11, D. Hudson vs SCSU, 11/28/08 2 ....................... 10, D. Hudson vs Purdue, 12/22/10 ...................... 10, D. Hudson at Longwood, 12/5/10 ........................... 10, D. Hudson vs Liberty, 3/14/10 3 .................................................. 9, multiple players

MOST ASSISTS 1 ....................11, D. Hudson vs High Point, 2/14/09 2 .............10, D. Hudson vs UNC Asheville, 3/11/11 3 ............ 9, D. Hudson vs Coastal Carolina, 2/19/11 ............................. 9, D. Hudson vs UNCA, 3/12/10 ............................. 9. D. Hudson at UNCA, 2/15/10 .............................. 9, D. Hudson vs Liberty, 1/2/10 ..................... 9, D. Hudson vs App. State, 11/24/09 ............................ 9, D. Hudson vs Montreat, 1/1/09 ...................... 9, Burnett vs Tenn. Temple, 11/29/08 4 .................................................. 8, multiple players

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1 .......................................... 1.000, multiple players 2 ........ .917 (11/12), Collins vs Jacksonville St., 2/27/03 3 .............. .910 (10/11), D. Hudson vs Purdue, 12/22/10 4 ....... .900 (9/10), Collins at Jacksonville, 1/30/03 ............ .900 (9/10), Gravel at N.C. A&T, 11/28/01 ..... .900 (9/10), Smith at UNC Asheville, 12/19/06 ...... .900 (9/10), D. Hudson at Georgetown, 12/19/08 MOST REBOUNDS 1 ............................. 23, Smith vs Wofford, 11/30/05 2 ................................... 22, Smith vs Mercer, 2/6/03 .............. 22, Thornton at Kennesaw State, 12/28/00 3 .............................. 20, Smith vs Belmont, 3/10/06 ..................................... 20, Smith vs Mercer, 2/5/05 MOST OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1 ................................... 11, Smith vs Mercer, 2/6/03 ..................................... 11, Smith vs Mercer, 2/5/05 ............................... 11, Smith vs Wofford, 11/30/05 2 ............................ 9, Guzman at Furman, 11/24/04 3 ................................................. 8, multiple players

MOST STEALS 1 .............. 9, M. Hudson vs Tenn. Temple, 12/29/10 ....................... 9, M. Hudson vs Montreat, 11/10/07 2 ....... 8, D. Hudson vs Charleston Southern, 1/3/11 ........................... 8, D. Hudson vs Purdue, 12/22/10 ............... 8, M. Hudson at Kennesaw State, 12/2/10 ........ 8, D. Hudson at Presbyterian College, 1/25/10 3 ..................... 7, D. Hudson at High Point, 2/13/10 ..................................7, Boyce at Wofford, 11/10/06 ..................................7, Morris at Furman, 11/24/04 ............................. 7, Collins vs Campbell, 12/13/03 .................7, Collins vs Eastern Kentucky, 11/22/03 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1 ............................... 9, Harmon vs Stetson, 2/15/07 2 ............................7, Harmon at Lipscomb, 2/22/07 ..................................7, Harmon vs Mercer, 2/17/07 ............................. 7, Harmon vs Lipscomb, 1/27/07 ..................................... 7, Guzman vs UCF, 1/17/04 3 ................... 6, Vaitkute at Charleston So., 1/16/10 4 ........................ 5, Pope vs UNC Ashevile, 3/11/11 ............... 5, Little vs Presbyterian College, 1/24/11 .................................. 5, Vaitkute at UNCA, 2/15/10 ..................................5, Vaitkute vs Radford, 1/4/10

* GWU went NCAA Division I in 2000-01.

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MOST GAMES STARTED 1 ..................................... 33, Roundtree, 2009-2010 2 .....................................32, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 ....................................... 32, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 ....................................... 32, D. Hudson, 2009-2010 .......................................... 32, Vaitkute, 2009-2010 ............................................ 32, Collins, 2000-2001 3 ...............................................31, Pope, 2010-2011 ............................................. 31, Dillard, 2010-2011 ............................................31, Harmon, 2006-2007 4 ..................................... 30, D. Hudson, 2008-2009 ...................................... 30, Roundtree, 2007-2008 MOST MINUTES PLAYED 1 ............................... 1130, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 2 ................................. 1102, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 3 ................................. 1054, Roundtree, 2009-2010 4 ......................................... 1024, Kelly, 2006-2007 5 .......................................... 1022, Pope, 2010-2011 MOST POINTS SCORED 1 .................................. 465, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 2 ..................................... 443, Thornton, 2000-2001 3 ................................... 430, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 4 .............................................425, Epps, 2009-2010 5 ........................................ 406, Collins, 2001-2002 HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE 1 ....................................... 15.0, Collins, 2001-2002 2 ....................................... 13.9, Collins, 2002-2003 3 .................................... 13.8, Thornton, 2000-2001 4 ................................. 13.7, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 5 ....................................13.5, Blackman, 2003-2004 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1 .................................. 163, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 2 .................................... 161, Roundtree 2007-2008 3 ................................... 159, Roundtree, 2009-2010 4 ................................... 158, Roundtree, 2008-2009 5 ............................................ 145, Epps, 2009-2010 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1 .................................. 425, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 2 ................................... 349, Roundtree, 2009-2010 3 ................................... 346, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 4 ................................... 335, Roundtree, 2007-2008 5 ................................... 327, Roundtree, 2008-2009

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1 ............................ .545 (42/77), Carter, 2007-2008 2 .......................... .534 (79/148), Smith, 2002-2003 4 ......................... .526, (70/133), Green, 2010-2011 3 ..................... .521 (101/194), Vaitkute, 2010-2011 5 ......................... .511 (134/262), Smith, 2004-2005

MOST REBOUNDS 1 ..................................... 311, Thornton, 2000-2002 2 .......................................... 282, Smith, 2004-2005 3 .......................................... 276, Smith, 2005-2006 4 .......................................... 264, Smith, 2006-2007 5 ....................................... 255, Harmon, 2006-2007

MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE 1 .................................... 73, Turauskaite, 2000-2001 2 .............................................. 60, Epps, 2009-2010 3 ............................................56, Gravel, 2002-2003 4 ............................................53, Gravel, 2001-2002 5 .................................... 50, M. Hudson, 2010-2011

MOST OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1 ......................................140, Thornton, 2000-2001 2 .......................................... 118, Smith, 2005-2006 ............................................. 118, Smith, 2004-2005 3 ........................................... 107, Smith, 2006-2007 4 ..................................... 95, Roundtree, 2009-2010 5 ...................................... 87, Roundtree, 2007-2008

MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 1 ................................. 207, Turauskaite, 2000-2001 2 ..........................................193, Gravel, 2002-2003 3 ..........................................175, Gravel, 2001-2002 4 ...................................162, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 5 ............................................ 156, Epps, 2009-2010 HIGHEST THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE 1 ...................... .556 (5/9), M. Hudson, 2008-2009 2 ............................. .500 (5/10), Dillard, 2009-2010 3 ........................... .455 (30/66), Bryant, 2005-2006 4 .................... .451 (46/102), Blackman, 2004-2005 5 ....................... .419 (13/31), Anderson, 2002-2003 MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1 ..................................... 155, Thornton, 2000-2001 2 ................................... 125, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 3 .................................. 120, D. Hudson, 2009-2010 4 ................................... 103, D. Hudson, 2008-2009 5 ............................................. 90, Kelly, 2006-2007 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1 ..................................... 223, Thornton, 2000-2001 2 ................................... 169, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 3 .................................. 159, D. Hudson, 2009-2010 4 .................................. 151, D. Hudson, 2008-2009 5 .................................... 145, Roundree, 2009-2010 HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1 ............................. .900 (18/20), Webb, 2008-2009 2 ........................ .844 (27/32), Burnett, 2009-2010 3 ...................... .837 (72/86), Blackman, 2004-2005 4 ................... .792 (80/101), Povilonyte, 2007-2008 5 .......................... .789 (71/90), Gravel, 2000-2001

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MOST DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1 ........................................181, Harmon, 2006-2007 2 ..................................... 171, Thornton, 2000-2001 3 .......................................... 164, Smith, 2004-2005 4 .......................................... 158, Smith, 2005-2006 5 .......................................... 157, Smith, 2006-2007 MOST ASSISTS 1 ....................................194, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 2 .................................. 155, D. Hudson, 2009-2010 3 ................................... 152, D. Hudson, 2008-2009 4 .................................. 123, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 5 ............................................. 92, Kelly, 2006-2007 ........................................... 92, Collins, 2000-2001 MOST STEALS 1 .....................................90, M. Hudson, 2010-2011 2 .................................... 81, D. Hudson, 2010-2011 3 .................................... 78, D. Hudson, 2009-2010 4 ....................................... 60, Andorful, 2000-2001 5 ...................................... 59, Blackman, 2003-2004 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1 ..........................................83, Harmon, 2006-2007 2 ......................................... 61, Vaitkute, 2009-2010 3 ..........................................53, Harmon, 2005-2006 4 ..........................................48, Harmon, 2003-2004 5 ..........................................46, Harmon, 2004-2005

* GWU went NCAA Division I in 2000-01.


MOST GAMES PLAYED 1................................. 129, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 2....................................... 127, Burnett (2006-2010) 3........................................... 126, Pope (2007-2011) .................................... 126, Roundtree (2006-2010) 4........................................ 112, Collins (2000-2004) ....................................... 112, Harmon (2003-2007)

MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE 1........................................ 161, Gravel (2001-2005) 2....................................... 136, Collins (2000-2004) 3................................. 115, M. Hudson (2007-2011) 4........................................... 105, Epps (2007-2010) 5................................. 102, D. Hudson (2010-2011) ..................................... 102, Blackman (2002-2006)

MOST DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1........................................ 582, Smith (2002--2007) 2.................................. 509, Roundtree (2006-2010) 3..................................... 452, Harmon (2003--2007) 4........................................... 446, Pope (2007-2011) 5..................................... 373, Guzman (2001-2005)

MOST ASSISTS MOST GAMES STARTED 1........................................ 105, Collins (2000-2004) 2................................. 102, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 3........................................ 96, Harmon (2003-2007) 4 ................................... 87, Roundtree (2006-2010) ....................................... 87, Blackman (2002-2006) 5............................................. 84, Pope (2007-2011) ............................................ 84, Gravel (2001-2005)

MOST MINUTES PLAYED 1............................... 3545, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 2..................................... 3489, Collins (2000-2004) 3................................ 3380, Roundtree (2006-2010) 4......................................... 3075, Pope (2007-2011) 5.................................... 2965, Harmon (2003-2007)

MOST POINTS SCORED 1............................... 1407, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 2................................ 1337, Roundtree (2006-2010) 3...................................... 1293, Collins (2000-2004) 4................................. 1195, Blackman (2002-2006) 5............................... 1147, M. Hudson (2007-2011)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1.................................. 534, Roundtree (2006-2010) 2....................................... 458, Collins (2000-2004) 3................................. 443, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 4................................... 427, Blackman (2002-2006) 5.......................................... 422, Smith (2002-2007)

HIGHEST FG PERCENTAGE 1....................... .495 (422/853), Smith (2002-2007) 2.................. .486 (267/549), Vaitkute (2008-2011) 3.................. .472 (144/305), Thornton (2000-2001) 4.............. .469 (534/1139), Roundtree (2006-2010) 5.................. .449 (112/249), Gourdine (2000-2001)

HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE 1..................... .404 (38/94), Gourdine (2000-2001) 2....................... .382 (50/131), Bryant (2005-2008) 3................ .375 (102/273), Blackman (2002-2006) 4........................ .372 (105/282), Epps (2007-2010) 5........................ .362 (25/69), Bennett (2005-2006)

1................................. 579, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 2....................................... 316, Collins (2000-2004) 3....................................... 299, Burnett (2006-2010) 4........................................ 273, Gravel (2001-2005) 5................................. 265, M. Hudson (2007-2011)

MOST STEALS MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1................................. 419, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 2......................................... 292, Smith (2002-2007) 3...................................... 271, Harmon (2003-2007) 4.................................. 264, Roundtree (2006-2010) 5................................. 240, M. Hudson (2007-2011)

1................................. 244, D. Hudson (2007-2011) 2.................................. 216, Blackman (2002-2006) 3................................. 210, M. Hudson (2007-2011) 4........................................ 180, Gravel (2001-2005) 5....................................... 161, Collins (2000-2004)

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS HIGHEST FT PERCENTAGE 1......................... .794 (54/68), Bryant (2005-2008) 2................ .772 (207/268), Blackman (2002-2006) 3........................ .766 (154/201), Epps (2007-2010) 4..................... .753 (183/243), Gravel (2001-2005) 5..................... .747 (136/182), Burnett (2006-2010)

1...................................... 230, Harmon (2003-2007) 2........................................... 125, Pope (2007-2011) 3..................................... 103, Vaitkute (2008-2011) 4............................................ 85, Smith (2002-2007) 5.................................... 79, Roundtree (2006-2010)

* GWU went NCAA Division I in 2000-01.

MOST REBOUNDS 1......................................... 992, Smith (2002-2007) 2.................................. 789, Roundtree (2006-2010) 3...................................... 725, Harmon (2003-2007) 4........................................... 656, Pope (2007-2011) 5..................................... 559, Guzman (2001-2005)

MOST OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1......................................... 410, Smith (2002-2007) 2.................................. 280, Roundtree (2006-2010) 3...................................... 273, Harmon (2003-2007) 4........................................... 210, Pope (2007-2011) 5...................................... 186, Guzman (2001-2005)

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•••••A••••• Adler, Mallory 2009-2010 Anderson, Brooke 2002-2006 Andorful, Shirley 2000-2002 Aziewicz, Katie 2001-2004

•••••B••••• Bennett, Trisha 2005-2006 Blackman, Sequenta 2002-2006 Boggan, Erin 2009-2011 Boles, Amanda 2001-2004 Boyce, Brittany 2006-2007 Brown, Kendra 2010-2011 Bryant, Jessica 2005-2008 Burnett, Meranda 2006-2010

•••••C••••• Carter, LaToya 2004-2008 Creasman, Jordan 2000-2002 Coleman, Chaylia 2011-present Collins, Casey 2000-2004 Coffman, Sarah 2004-2005 Cronk, Emma 2007-2008

•••••G••••• Garrett, Monet 2005-2006 Gool, Sanchia 2000-2001 Gourdine, Morgan 2000-2001 Gravel, Katie 2001-2005 Green, Catrina 2010-present Guzman, Crissy 2001-2005

•••••H••••• Hammond, Ruth 2000-2004 Harmon, Brittany 2004-2007 Harris, Chariah 2011-present Harris, Cierra 2009-present Harrison, Theresa 2000-2001 Heilig, Jessica 2011-present Henderson, Amanda 2000-2002 Higgenbottom, Teri 2007-2008 Honeycutt, Liz 2004-2006 Holland, Tresita 2000-2001 Hudson, Dominque 2007-2011 Hudson, Monique 2007-2011

•••••P••••• Pope, LaTroya 2007-2011 Porterfield, Ashley 2000-2002 Povilonyte, Laura 2005-2009 Price, Brittany 2003-2004

•••••R••••• Rollyson, Dawn 2008-2009 Roundtree, Margaret 2006-2010

•••••S••••• Sanderson, Katie 2005-2007 Scanlon, Eliana 2011-present Smith, KiKi 2011-present Smith, Shameka 2002-2007 Sprouse, Jenny 2006-2008 Sturdivant, Novia 2004-2007

•••••J••••• Johnson, Ebone 2005-2006

•••••T••••• Thames, April 2000-2001 Thornton, Angela 2000-2001 Tomporek, Maggie 2001-2002 Turauskaite, Vaida 2000-2001

•••••D••••• Dale, Jasmine 2010-present Dill, Anna 2011-present Dillard, Brianna 2009-present Dunovant, Mayhana 2011-present

•••••K••••• Kelly, Candyse 2004-2006 Koerner, Tabby 2010-present Koroleva, Alex 2001-2002

•••••V••••• Vaitkute, Sandra 2008-2011

•••••E••••• Epps, Courtney 2007-2010

•••••L••••• Little, Sierra 2010-2011

•••••W••••• Webb, Teonika 2008-2010 Wilkinson, Brooke 2002-2006 Winkler, Breynna 2008-present

•••••F••••• Falknor, Ashley 2007-2009

•••••M••••• McKenney, Kim 2009-present Montgomery (McLean), Sherika 2006-2010 Morris, Jasmin 2004-2005 Musa, Edina 2010-2011

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*Gardner-Webb became an NCAA Division I member in 2000-01.


1,000 POINT CLUB Throughout Gardner-Webb’s illustrious history, 16 women have reached a milestone that not many do - scoring 1,000 career points. Teammates Susan Bolt Briggs and Carolyn Dewberry were the first to score 1,000 points during their time in Boiling Springs. From 1988-1992, Fredia Lawrence lit up the scoreboard, setting the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ all-time scoring record at 2,201 points. Since the move to NCAA Division I, Margaret Roundtree netted the most points for GWU, tallying 1,337 in her stellar career. Under head coach Rick Reeves, five players have joined the 1,000 point club. Sequenta Blackman tallied over 1,000 points for her career. Blackman, who graduated in May 2006, finished her career as the 11th-most productive scorer in Runnin’ Bulldogs’ history with 1,195 points. On Jan. 25, 2007, senior Shameka Smith netted her 1,000th career point. The Bessemer City, N.C., native finished with 1,136 points, which at the time was good enough for 12th on the GWU all-time list. In the 2009-10 season, Gardner-Webb’s Margaret Roundtree scored her 1,000 point en route to finishing her career with 1,337 points, placing her in sixth-place all-time and surpassing Casey Collins as the Runnin’ Bulldogs Division I career scoring leader. On November 22, 2010, Dominique Hudson became the 15th member of the 1,000 point club, scoring points 999 and 1,000 on backto-back made free throws. Only months later on February 14th, Valentine’s Day, Monique Hudson tallied her 1,000 career point, becoming only the 16th player in GWU history to accomplish that feat. With both Dominique and Monique Hudson both scoring 1,000 career points, the duo became only the fifth set of siblings to both score over 1,000 career points in Big South history and only the second set to do it in the same season.

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

NAME POINTS Fredia Lawrence (1988-92) 2,201 Dina Smith (1981-85) 2,031 Carolyn Dewberry (1978-82) 1,928 Delaina Adams (1992-96) 1,686 Dominique Hudson (2007-11) 1,407 Vaida Turauskaite (1997-01) 1,366 Margaret Roundtree (2006-10) 1,337 Kim Houser (1992-96) 1,329 Casey Collins (2000-04) 1,293 Tayuanne Dewberry (1993-97) 1,246 Susan Bolt Briggs (1977-81) 1,236 Lisa Campbell (1988-92) 1,207 Sequenta Blackman (2002-06) 1,195 Monique Hudson (2007-11) 1,147 Shameka Smith (2002-2007) 1,136 Val Crowell (1989-93) 1,020


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD BREAKDOWN

GARDNER-WEBB COACHING RECORDS COACH Rick Reeves Eddie McCurley Phyllis Littlefield Bud Black Brenda Halford Sallie Black Mark Hannuksela Pat Francis Jeff Tubbs Serena King Barry Street

YEARS 7 (2004-present) 7 (1995-2002) 4 (1975-79) 2 (1988-90) 3 (1990-93) 6 (1980-86) 2 (1993-95) 1 (1979-80) 2 (1986-88) 1 (2003-04) 1 (2002-03)

RECORD 118-100 97-97 48-24 42-19 42-41 36-104 18-36 10-10 5-44 5-22 5-22

PCT. .541 .500 .667 .689 .506 .257 .333 .500 .102 .185 .185

TOTAL

36 (1975-present)

426-519

.451

NCAA DI

11 (2000-present)

146-185

.441

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YEAR 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

RECORD 7-7 11-7 17-4 13-6 10-10 7-15 5-19 1-22 7-17 13-12 3-19 0-25 5-19 19-9 23-10 (6-8 SAC) 19-8 (10-4 SAC) 13-16 (7-7 SAC) 10-17 (4-10 SAC) 10-17 (4-10 SAC) 8-19 (3-11 SAC) 22-7 (10-4 SAC) 18-9 (9-5 SAC) 10-16 (6-8 SAC) 12-14 (6-8 SAC) 17-10 (10-6 SAC) 15-17 3-24 5-22 (4-12 A-Sun) 5-22 (4-16 A-Sun) 9-18 (7-13 A-Sun) 14-16 (11-9 A-Sun) 14-17 (10-8 A-Sun) 13-18 (8-8 A-Sun) 17-15 (9-7 Big South) 28-5 (15-1 Big South) 23-11 (11-5 Big South)

PCT. .500 .611 .810 .684 .500 .318 .208 .044 .292 .520 .136 .000 .208 .679 .670 .704 .448 .370 .370 .296 .759 .667 .385 .462 .630 .469 .111 .185 .185 .333 .467 .452 .419 .531 .849 .676

COACH Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield Francis Sallie Black Sallie Black Sallie Black Sallie Black Sallie Black Sallie Black Tubbs Tubbs Bud Black Bud Black Halford Halford Halford Hannusksela Hannusksela McCurley McCurley McCurley McCurley McCurley McCurley McCurley Street King Reeves Reeves Reeves Reeves Reeves Reeves Reeves


• • • • • 2010-11• • • • • Record: 23-11 (11-5 Big South) Head Coach: Rick Reeves at Wofford W Montreat W at Appalachian State L vs. Prairie View L at #10 Oklahoma L vs. Texas-Pan American W at Kennesaw State W at Longwood W N.C. Central W Converse W Purdue L Tennessee Temple W #10 North Carolina L Charleston Southern W at Radford L at Winthrop W at High Point W at Coastal Carolina W Presbyterian College W UNC Asheville L Liberty L at Charleston Southern W at Liberty L at UNC Asheville W Coastal Carolina W High Point W Longwood W at Presbyterian College L Winthrop W Radford W (OT) vs. UNC Asheville W vs. Winthrop W vs. Liberty W vs. #3 Miami ^ L

* denotes conference game ^ denotes NCAA Tournament Game

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62-47 66-38 68-98 58-65 75-84 82-54 59-48 68-58 62-54 81-47 58-59 88-40 62-83 67-51 50-57 45-42 62-54 45-34 52-33 59-60 56-68 71-64 51-56 68-65 58-36 68-60 68-50 65-73 62-46 79-67 69-58 59-44 67-66 62-80

• • • • • 2009-2010 • • • • • Record: 28-5 (15-1 Big South) Head Coach: Rick Reeves Houston L Winston-Salem State W Limestone W at N.C. Central W Appalachian State W vs. Morehead State W (OT) vs. Texas-Pan American W Wofford W East Carolina W at #11 North Carolina L Converse W at Purdue W Longwood W Liberty * W Radford * L UNC Asheville * W High Point * W at Charleston Southern * W at Winthrop * W at Presbyterian College * W Coastal Carolina * W at Liberty * W at Radford * W (20T) at High Point * W at UNC Asheville * W Presbyterian College * W (OT) Winthrop * W Charleston Southern * W at Coastal Carolina * W vs. UNC Asheville W vs. Coastal Carolina W vs. Liberty L at Charlotte ^ L

* denotes conference game ^ denotes WNIT game

64-86 70-38 71-50 66-55 70-58 75-65 74-57 78-55 57-45 65-81 79-38 56-55 72-58 70-65 53-68 70-54 67-56 58-45 85-62 80-39 78-33 59-56 84-80 74-66 74-63 53-50 57-39 63-54 74-68 77-65 64-56 66-68 60-74


• • • • • 2008-2009 • • • • • Record: 17-15, (7-9 Big South) Head Coach: Rick Reeves at Houston L UVA-Wise W North Carolina Central W South Carolina State W Tennessee Temple W at Wofford L at Winston-Salem State W at East Carolina L at Georgetown L at Dayton L vs. Lipscomb W Montreat W at Liberty* L at Radford* L at UNC-Asheville* L at High Point* L Charleston Southern* W Winthrop* W Presbyterian W at Appalachian State W at Coastal Carolina* L Radford* W Liberty* L High Point* W UNC-Asheville* W at Presbyterian* L at Winthrop* W at Charleston Southern* L Coastal Carolina* L vs. Radford W vs. High Point W vs. Liberty L

58-79 97-49 73-60 81-74 83-51 72-78 64-55 54-81 52-72 56-79 66-64 85-57 42-55 74-82 59-67 44-55 60-50 54-53 56-48 77-62 54-70 55-53 51-58 63-60 74-61 53-62 65-62 68-80 57-60 61-50 78-76 50-51

• • • • • 2007-2008 • • • • • Record: 13-18 (8-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Rick Reeves Montreat W Georgetown L vs. Georgia State L at UNC-Asheville L Appalachian State W IUPUI L at South Carolina State L at Cornell L vs. Florida Gulf Coast L Wofford L at Longwood L UNC-Asheville W High Point W Lipscomb* W Belmont* W at ETSU* W at USC Upstate* W at Campbell* L Florida Gulf Coast* L Stetson* L at Jacksonville* L at North Florida* W at Kennesaw State* L Mercer* W Campbell* W USC Upstate* W ETSU* L at Lipscomb* L at Belmont* L vs. Campbell W vs. Jacksonville L

* denotes conference game * denotes conference game

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98-53 63-72 59-63 60-76 67-65 54-66 56-62 59-72 56-60 68-75 57-66 82-70 75-62 82-70 75-62 82-71 73-56 49-66 65-76 68-71 53-84 67-51 61-72 76-65 61-51 65-45 76-88 60-72 58-69 57-56 57-68

• • • • • 2006-2007 • • • • • Record: 14-17 (10-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Rick Reeves at Wofford L Montreat W at IUPUI L S.C. State W vs. #1 Maryland L vs. Northwestern L at Campbell* L at High Point L Longwood W at UNC-Asheville L vs. Lehigh L vs. Central Michigan L at Jacksonville* L at North Florida* W Kennesaw State* W ETSU* L at Mercer* W at Stetson* L Belmont* L Lipscomb* W Jacksonville* W North Florida* W at ETSU* L at Kennesaw State* L Stetson* W Mercer* W at Lipscomb* W at Belmont* L Campbell* W vs. Campbell W vs. Belmont L

* denotes conference game

57-67 74-49 39-54 55-47 41-83 34-59 54-57 44-73 66-44 37-55 61-74 64-77 47-62 39-35 52-44 68-81 49-28 52-69 52-77 66-59 75-64 57-54 61-87 49-67 61-47 58-46 51-44 51-54 68-53 67-47 48-57


• • • • • 2005-2006 • • • • • Record: 14-16 (11-9 A-Sun) Head Coach: Rick Reeves vs. Florida International L vs. UMES L UNC Asheville L High Point L Wofford L Stetson* W Mercer* W at Army L at South Carolina St. W Campbell* L at Belmont* L at Lipscomb* L Jacksonville* W North Florida* W at Kennesaw State* W at ETSU* W at Campbell* W Florida Atlantic* L at North FLorida* L at Jacksonville* L Lipscomb* W Belmont* L at Stetson* L at Mercer* W at Florida Atlantic* L Kennesaw State* W ETSU * W vs. Campbell W vs. Belmont W vs. Florida Atlantic L

57-65 67-77 46-58 60-73 57-64 62-53 74-49 54-67 68-61 59-71 50-63 51-52 64-52 74-58 69-43 72-68 66-54 55-64 42-57 53-65 59-47 70-85 59-67 77-74 64-70 91-88 74-50 71-65 72-60 63-74

• • • • • 2004-2005 • • • • • Record: 9-18 (7-13 A-Sun) Head Coach: Rick Reeves at Miami L vs. UCLA L at Furman L Jacksonville* W Stetson* W at Radford W North Carolina A&T W at UNC Asheville L at Campbell* L at Lipscomb* L at Belmont* W Florida Atlantic* L UCF* L at High Point L Troy* L at Mercer* L at Georgia State* L Campbell* W Mercer* W Georgia State* L at Troy* L at UCF* L at Florida Atlantic* W Belmont* L Lipscomb* W at Jacksonville* L at Stetson* L * denotes conference game

* denotes conference game

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47-65 48-89 69-76 64-53 64-58 60-58 69-65 58-64 54-57 46-54 67-53 67-81 65-69 61-62 66-75 41-62 70-72 64-46 60-58 47-56 59-61 57-64 55-45 46-72 70-64 55-60 57-66

• • • • • 2003-2004 • • • • • Record: 5-22 (4-16 A-Sun) Head Coach: Serena King vs. Eastern Kentucky L at Morehead St. L Furman L at Southern Miss. L Campbell* L Radford L at Mercer* L at Georgia State* L High Point L Troy State* L at North Carolina A&T W UCF* L Florida Atlantic* W at Belmont* L at Lipscomb* L Stetson* L Jacksonville* W at Cambpell* L at Stetson* L at Jacksonville* W Lipscomb* W Belmont* L at Florida Atlantic* L at UCF* L at Troy State* L Georgia State* L Mercer* L * denotes conference game

56-69 65-77 58-77 44-48 57-58 63-89 63-68 49-79 56-68 50-60 72-52 46-52 86-79 53-72 48-75 72-77 70-50 50-59 54-68 75-60 71-60 61-77 53-72 48-74 56-70 60-67 60-68


• • • • • 2002-2003 • • • • • Record: 5-22 (4-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Barry Street Western Carolina L at High Point L vs. Birmingham Southern L vs. Bethune-Cookman L Winthrop W at William & Mary L at Charlotte L at St. Louis L vs. Southeast Missouri St. L at East Carolina L at Campbell * L at Norfolk St. L at Georgia St.* L at Jacksonville St.* L Belmont* W Samford* W at Jacksonville* L at Stetson* L Mercer* L Troy State* L UCF* L at Florida Atlantic* L at Samford* L at Belmont* L Jacksonville St.* W Georgia State* L Campbell* W

62-85 40-65 56-65 86-90 54-51 56-84 58-93 54-105 63-98 59-87 64-76 58-81 56-75 60-88 76-69 70-49 59-62 78-82 59-60 51-57 60-74 79-81 64-73 43-67 99-91 55-82 90-73

• • • • • 2001-2002 • • • • • Record: 3-24 Head Coach: Eddie McCurley at James Madison L at Johnson C. Smith L at N.C. A&T W at Southern Miss L vs. Alcorn St. L at Western Carolina L William & Mary L at UNC Asheville W Mars Hill L Morehead St. L at Virginia Tech L vs. Elon L at Norfolk St. L at Murray St. L Savannah St. W at Winthrop L at Texas Pan-American L at Texas A&M C.C. L Centenary L at Savannah St. L at Davidson L Texas A&M C.C. L at East Carolina L at Lipscomb L at Centenary L Texas Pan American L Lipscomb L

* denotes conference game

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65-92 62-75 63-53 42-58 41-57 45-70 66-77 66-61 64-82 60-76 39-76 65-73 60-88 68-83 75-53 60-78 63-71 48-78 65-66 60-61 56-68 64-80 60-61 62-91 78-86 61-69 62-76

• • • • • 2000-2001 • • • • • Record: 15-17 Head Coach: Eddie McCurley NC A&T W Norfolk State L at William & Mary L at Davidson L Bluefield State W Johnson C. Smith L at St. Leo W at Eckerd L at Florida Southern L at Morehead St. L at Kennesaw St. L at Armstrong Atlantic St. W at UNC Asheville L at Livingstone L at UNC-Pembroke L at Campbell L Savannah St. W Virginia St. W at Newberry W Morris Brown W at Mars Hill L at Presbyterian L at Virginia St. L at Morris Brown W at Savannah St. W Livingstone W at East Carolina L vs. Piedmont W vs. Emmanuel W Mt. Vernon Nazarene L Warner Pacific W Oakland City W

67-65 70-80 64-72 59-70 77-53 63-70 77-71 61-74 45-69 54-90 64-74 88-81 66-86 65-70 73-82 67-82 68-39 65-62 78-60 85-56 66-76 69-81 59-62 92-50 65-45 74-61 64-79 63-54 84-49 56-68 87-64 90-70


RUNNIN’ BULLDOGS IN THE PROS Gardner-Webb Monique Hudson Sandra Vaitkute Margaret Roundtree Laura Povilonyte

(2007-11) (2008-11) (2006-10) (2005-09)

Poland * Lithuania * Finland * Lithuania *

REEVES’ PLAYERS IN THE PROS Southern Mississippi Angela Atterberry Sonja Brown Dana Jones Dianca Jones Tierra Lassiter Anna Udicova Denise Wilson

(1996-2000) (2001-03) (1999-2003) (2003-05) (2000-04) (2001-03) (2003-04)

WNBA WNBA Germany * Germany * Ireland Czech Republic Germany *

Liberty Kirstyn Bliss Elena Kisseleva Irene Sloof

(1997-98) (1997-2000) (1998-99)

Australia Russia Germany

Florida Sophia Witherspoon

(1988-91) 90

WNBA * still playing professionally


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