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Media Outlets Mobile, AL 1961 1,734 Rams and Lady Rams Maroon & White H. Austill Pharr Gymnasium 977 NAIA Southern States Athletic Dr. Mark Foley Joe Niland Sally Shouppe 251-442-2278 MobileRams University of Mobile Rams

Michael Berry 251-442-2400 4th 43-36 43-36 Ebonie Ferguson 251-442-2260 3rd

Athletic Training Staff Athletic Trainer Office Phone Assistant Athletic Trainer Office Phone

Melissa Thomas 251-442-2561 Courtney Jones 251-442-2361

Team History First Year Of Basketball All-Time Record NAIA Tournament Appearances/Last

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1987-88 425-296 6/2006

Barry H. Hendrix 251-866-5998 Rick Cauley 251-679-5975

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Lance Crawford Clement Townsend 251-602-1557 Rob Lehocky Joe Emer 251-434-1065 Lee Shirvanian 251-438-5460

Team Information 2009 Overall Record Conference Record Final Ranking Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

17-12 9-9 N/A 6/6 4/1

Key Returners Alice Honnery P Morgan Melancon PG Alyssa Lane G/F Adrienne Mackay

276 Pts, 135 B 197 Pts, 94 A 195 Pts, 83 Reb 262 Pts, 181 Reb

Key Losses Davina Jefferson G Gerica Johnson G

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Randy Kennedy 251-219-5669

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Office Phone Years At UM Record At UM Overall Record Assistant Coach Office Phone Years At UM

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248 Pts 259 Pts


UMobile Athletics Staff

Michael Berry Women’s Basketball

Cindy Bruns Cheerleading

Amber Campbell Volleyball

Jon Campbell Volleyball

Ebonie Ferguson Women’s Basketball

Peter Fuller Men’s Soccer

Matthew Hicks Sports Information

Terry Hopper Women’s Golf

Mike Jacobs Baseball

Shaddrick Jenkins Men’s Basketball

Courtney Jones Athletic Training

Kevin Laux Women’s Soccer

Terri McCormick Softball

Joe Niland Men’s Basketball

Colby Odom Golf

Brian Person Women’s Soccer

Beth Pilgrim Softball

Jon Seymour Baseball

Sally Shouppe Administrative Assistant

Alastair Stevenson Cross Country

Melissa Thomas Athletic Training

Uwe Tittl Tennis

Michael Watkins Baseball

Daniel Whelan Men’s Soccer

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UMobile Administration Dr. Mark Foley has served as president of the University of Mobile since 1998 and is the third president of the university since its founding in 1961. During more than a decade of leadership, Dr. Foley has led the move to intentionally integrate faith and learning in all areas of university life, while raising academic standards, building new residence halls, establishing outstanding programs such as the Center for Performing Arts, and earning the private Christian university national rankings. His emphasis on the core values of faith, learning and leadership has extended to all operations of the university, from the classroom to the administrative offices. With these core values in place, the university is committed to graduating confident Christian men and women who have mastered the body of knowledge required by the degree they hold; who know how to think; who know what they believe and why they believe it; who possess the courage to live and work according to those beliefs; who accept responsibility as caretakers of that with which God has entrusted them; and who possess the willingness and skill to use their influence in appropriate and effective ways to change the world around them. Dr. Foley is a member of the Executive Committee of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, a past chairman of the Alabama Association of Independent Colleges and Schools, and a member of the Board of Directors of Victory Health Partners and Volunteers of America, Southeast, Inc. Previously, Dr. Foley was executive vice president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a bachelor of business administration from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas; and a master of divinity and a doctor of philosophy in psychology and counseling from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister, a former business owner, and has practiced as a professional counselor. His wife, Marilyn, is involved in many university activities. She holds a bachelor of science in education from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, and is a former classroom educator. The Foleys have two children and two granddaughters. Their daughter, Molly, is married to Doug Sawyer, an accountant in Georgia, and they have two daughters, Avery and Abby. Their son, Rob, and his wife, Leah, reside in Colorado where he works with Christian ministries in the National Parks system.

Vice Presidents

Dr. Audrey Eubanks Vice President Academic Affairs

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Mr. Steve Lee Vice President Business Affairs

Mrs. Kim Leousis Vice President Enrollment Management

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Mr. Brian Boyle Vice President Development


Women’s Basketball Coaches Michael Berry begins his 4th season at the helm of the University of Mobile women’s basketball program, after taking over halfway through the 2007-08 season. Mobile is 43-36 with Berry in charge. Prior to becoming the head man, Berry served four years as an assistant, with Mobile advancing to the NAIA National Tournament in two of those seasons. Last season, the Lady Rams finished 17-12 and climbed into the NAIA Top-25 for the first time since 2007 when they appeared at No. 24 in the Jan. 11th edition of the poll. Mobile also featured one of the best defenses under Berry’s leadership last year, ranking 2nd in blocks per game, 5th in defensive rebounds, 6th in total blocks and 8th in field goal percentage defense. The team set school records for fewest points allowed in a season and total blocks. Aside from team accomplishments, five players have earned All-GCAC honors since Berry took over. Danielle Goodly was named NAIA AllAmerican in 2009 and Crystal Hutchinson was named GCAC Freshman of the Year in 2008. Players have also set six school records under Berry’s watch (single-season blocks, single-season steals, single-game scoring, single-game FG made, single-game FG att, single-game blocked shots). Berry’s 2007-08 team also ranked in the Top-20 in steals per game, defensive rebounds per game and total rebound defense. Berry’s coaching experience is lengthy. He served as head coach at Harvest Christian Academy in Pasadena, TX and Bucks County Community College in Newtown, PA. He was assistant coach at NCAA I Sam Houston State, Lon Morris College and Oklahoma City University. After leading Oklahoma City to a NAIA National Championship as a player in 1991, Berry helped coach the team to a pair of national titles in 1999 and 2000. He is a 1991 bachelor of arts graduate in mass communications from Oklahoma City and received his master of liberal arts in management/leadership from Oklahoma City in 1996. Berry is a native of North Carolina and is married to Geeta. He has two children, Mycah, 20, and Rekha, 13.

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Women’s Basketball Coaches Ebonie Ferguson begins her third year as assistant coach for the University of Mobile women’s basketball team after an extensive playing career at Mississippi State and two years of coaching experience at the JUCO and collegiate levels. Hailing from Gadsden, AL, Ferguson attended Mississippi State University from 2001-05, where she was a four-year letter winner as a guard and earned a bachelor of science in educational psychology. During her playing time at Mississippi State, Ferguson helped guide the Lady Bulldogs to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances and one WNIT Tournament appearance. Ferguson left MSU with a .351 career 3-point field goal percentage, which currently stands at 7th-best on the all-time list. She won the Most Improved Player Award in 2005, and the Lady Bulldogs collected a 72-47 overall record in her four years at the school. She also played with current WNBA stars LaToya Thomas and Tan White. After college, Ferguson took over as assistant coach at East Central Community College in Decatur, MS. There she served as coach for the 2006-07 season when the team appeared in the Regional Tournament. The coaching carousel then took Ferguson to East Texas Baptist University for the 2007-08 season, where she dealt with recruiting, on-the-floor coaching, team travel and academics. ETBU is a member of the American Southwest Conference and a NCAA Div. III affiliate. Ferguson, an active member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated, will serve in those same areas at Mobile.

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2010-11 Women’s Basketball Roster No. 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 23 25 31 32 34 42 52

Name Leana Tajkov Allison Michael Crosby Morrison Judi Vigneulle Morgan Melancon Morgan Crawford Kelsie Ruff Jessica Palmer Anna Maddox Kyndra Davis Alyssa Lane Briana Edwards Monet Kearse Adrienne Mackay Jana Rastovic Qiana Lambert Hillary Dedeaux Daphnee Frieson Alice Honnery

Pos. F G G F G G G G G/F G G/F G/F G/F F P G/F F P P

Ht. 6’1 5’6 5’6 5’7 5’0 5’6 5’6 5’7 5’9 5’6 5’8 5’8 5’9 5’10 6’3 5’7 6’0 6’4 6’2

Yr. FR JR FR FR JR SO SO FR JR JR SO FR JR SR JR FR SO SR JR

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Hometown Belgrade, Serbia Marietta, GA Heflin, AL Wilsonville, AL Walker, LA Theodore, AL Huntsville, AL Mobile, AL Auburn, AL Thibodaux, LA Houston, TX Ocean Springs, MS Miami, FL Laurel, MS Belgrade, Serbia Pensacola, FL Pass Christian, MS Mobile, AL New South Wales, Australia

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UMobile All-Americans Baseball: Joe Espada (1995-96) Jay King (1999) Kory Melancon (2001) Kevin Orso (2009) Carlos Romero (2009) Softball: Charleste Vaughn (1990, 1993) Tonya Smith (1991) Ivy Dashkin (1991-92) Jennifer Hilliard (1993) Terri Chavis (1994, 1996, 1997) Katie Mahoney (1994-95) Melissa Thomas (1996-97) Coby Cashion (1996) Nikki Wilson (1997-98) Belinda Stein (1997) Sunny Russ (1997, 1999) Tiffany Genola (1998, 2002) Ronda Richardson (1999) Summer Powell (1999) Erin Hostrander (2001) Maria Soto (2003) Missy Passley (2003) Sylvia Bedgood (2003) Denisse Fuenmayor (2002-04) Kirby Baxter (2003-05) Meredith Tanner (2004-05) Brenda Box (2003-04) Stephanie Landrum (2004) Mayret Perez (2005-06) Evelyne Pare (2005) Linden Jones (2005-06) Angelica Yrigoyen (2006) Yaicey Sojo (2007-08) Anadys Suarez (2008) Jineth Pimentel (2008-09) Leslie Pickette (2009) Men’s Soccer: Dencho Vassilev (1992-93) Kirk Trotman (1992-94) Kevin Denerez (1994) Mickey Trotman (1994, 1996) Junior Noel (1995, 1997) Lee Chalmers (1995) Norman Dotch (1995) Glenn Benjamin (1996) Paul Oyuga (1997) Boniventure Maurti (1998-99) Matt Miller (1998-99) Chris Williams (2000, 2002) Remi Roy (1999) Adauto Neto (1999-01) Dominic Schell (1999) Ousmane Coulibaly (1999-01)

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James Gledhill (2000, 2002) Steven Linpow (2001) Andrew Bayliss (2002) Jamie Ferguson (2002-03) Darren Toby (2003) Brady Bryant (2003) Tommy Sarkkinen (2003) Robert Ochan (2004) Andreas Rota (2004) Thomas Wharf (2007) Caetano Lima (2007) Ruben Diaz (2007-08) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Matt Watts (2007-08) Chris Dillon (2009)

Shanelle Stallworth (2002) Kinga Rybarczyk (2005-06) Crystal Coston (2003-06) Danielle Goodly (2008-09)

Women’s Soccer: Kellie Mitchell (1994) Irina Teneva (1994-95) Solveig Baadsvik (1995) Pam Byrne (1995-96) Nina Wathne (1996-97) Nina Ellingsen (1996) Sara Krupa (1996-97) Therese Lewis (1996) Astrid Vierdal (1997) Christina Werner (1997) Jackie Law (1997-98) Katherine Sund (1997) Lindsay Grant (1997-98) Vanessa Sims (1997-98) Carmie Landeen (1998) Danielle Small (1998) Tracy Mulligan (1998) Hedda Houghland (1998) Tina Froberg (1998) Ane Stangeland (2000) Alissa Leffler (2000) Elizabeth McGowan (2000) Silje Lunde (2000) Tammie Thornton (2000) Nadine McCorry (2001) Allison Miller (2002) Rose Clemensen (2003, 2006) Kelly Baltieri (2006) Terri McCreadie (2006, 08) Anna Maddox (2008-09) Missy Stovall (2009)

Men’s Golf: Tim Brunson (1987-88) Rudy Mihelic (1987-88) Franklin Walley (1989) Mike Graham (1990) Keith Turner (1990-92) Mark Hall (1993) Phillip Nice (1997) Ewan Wilson (997) Tim Butler (1997) Peter Quigley (1997) Andrew Bayliss (2000-03) David Tuyo (2000) Graeme Brown (1998, 2001-02) Matt Drinkard (2006)

Volleyball: Syretta Baldwin (2007) Whitney Knight (2007-09) Paula Stilkey (2008-09) Women’s Basketball: Bernadette Powe (1996-97) Edmarie Lumbsley (2001-02)

Men’s Basketball: Robert Jones (2007-08) Tremaine Perry (2004-05) Gimel Lewis (2005) Rene Antee (1999-00) Larry Edwards (1997) Eric Polite (1994) Dennis Powell (1994) Anderson Lignon (1989)

Women’s Golf: Kathy Ziglo (1994-95) Fiona Young (1996-98) Maria Boivie (1997) Christine Clark (1997) Deanne Tolbird (2000) Maegan Rice (2007-08, 2010) Men’s Tennis: Andrew Batie (1992) Joakim Appelqvist (1992) Jacques Theron (1993-95) Mattias Karlsson (1993-94) Christer Fellwing (1993-94) Frank Chauzu (1993) Michael McMahon (1994-96, 98) Rickard Strom (1994-95) Timothy Smith (1995) Julien Chauvin (1995) Fernando Ibarrola (1995-98) Lasse Koskinen (1995) Jauffrey Faustini (1996) Dean Owen (1996) Gustavo Marcaccio (1996) Leif Meineke (1997-98)

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Malik Tabet (1997-98) Marcel Van Der Heide (1997-98) Roger Jung (1997) Joe Liberatore (1998) Women’s Tennis: Radina de la Pena (1989-91) Karina Macias (1989, 1991-92) Malin Lundin (1991-92) Joanne Crothers (1992) Christiana Rodriguez (1992) Petra Thuresson (1992) Marilla Andrade (1993-94) Anna Larsheim (1993) Cecilia Robles (1993) Melissa Metcalfe (1993-94) Marina Nyman (1994-97) Anna Moll (1994) Anita Pearson (1994) Marine Franchot (1995-97) Isabella Listowska (1995-97) Cassandra Mavin (1995, 1997) Martine Van der Bijl (1995) Ingrid Van Gelder (1995) Manon Buskens (1996) Martina Kopacova (1997) Sandra Groschwitz (1997-98) Tania Kovatchka (1998) Andreea Petrisor (1998) Martina Rodriguez (1998) Josy Soares (2006) Men’s Cross Country: Musa Kimeli (2003) Women’s Cross Country: Ivana Skladana (1995) Petra Staskova (1995) Zola Davis (1998) Outdoor Track & Field (M): Keith Melanson (1994) Gus Ibarra (1995) Josh Ginsburg (2000) Outdoor Track & Field (W): Ivana Skladana (1993) Petra Staskova (1996, 1998) Zola Davis (1999) Indoor Track & Field (W): Ivana Skladana (1995-96) Summer Hutcheson (1999)


2010-11 Women’s Basketball Preview The 2010-11 season will look a lot different to fans of the University of Mobile women’s basketball team when the season begins Nov. 1 at Tougaloo College. The Lady Rams will begin their first season in the Southern States Athletic Conference, and the coaching staff worked hard to add more size, versatility and experience to the roster. “We are much bigger this year,” Head Coach Michael Berry said. “We made an effort to get bigger, and added size in the post and on the perimeter.” Adrienne Mackay and Alice Honnery return to lead the way in the post. Honnery set the school’s single-season and single-game block records last year. Joining them in the post will be 6-4 Daphnee Frieson, who comes to Mobile via Ole Miss and Stetson, 6-3 junior Jana Rastovic and 6-1 freshman Leana Tajkov and 6-0 sophomore Hillary Dedeaux. “Daphnee provides the best inside presence we’ve had the last 4 years, and her DI experience will be valuable,” Berry said. “Jana brings us

size and experience, and the ability to stretch the defense. She’s probably the best shooting post player since Rheonda Leary. Leana can do a little bit of everything at 6-1. Hillary is a sophomore that can add strength inside.” Mobile also has a solid group of wing players that can play guard or forward. Anna Maddox, who started as a freshman, will return after two years away from the game and sophomore Alyssa Lane returns after averaging 6.7 points per game last year. They will be joined by newcomers Briana Edwards, Qiana Lambert and Monet Kearse. “Briana is a high-quality freshman with a really good skill-set and basketball IQ,” Berry said. “She can make an immediate impact. Monet brings some raw athleticism and defensive skills.” The Lady Rams will have plenty of guards to complement the interior players, with newcomers Kyndra Davis, Allison Michael, Crosby Morrison and Jessica Palmer joining holdovers Morgan Melancon, Morgan Crawford, Judi Vignuelle and Kelsie

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Ruff. The three holdovers combined for over 62 minutes per game, 13 points and totaled 148 assists. “Allison is a 3-point shooter that can shoot the lights out and has solid fundamentals, while Kyndra brings some JUCO experience with quickness on the perimeter,” Berry said. Waiting for the team will be a tough schedule. “Our new conference is tougher, but we can compete,” Berry said. “We will likely be in the middle of the conference, which is about where we need to be at the start of the season.” Dotting the schedule are four NCAA Division I games against University of Southern Mississippi, Alabama State, South Alabama and Southeastern Louisiana.

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2010-11 Player Profiles

Adrienne Mackay

#25

Hometown: Laurel, MS Major: Psychology Position: Forward Height: 5-10 Class: Senior High School: Laurel HS

Personal: Daughter of Vickie and Paul Mackay... Enjoys singing, talking and spending time with friends and family Mobile: Scored in double-figures in 12 games... Season-high 21 points versus NCAA II Aquinas College... 3 double-doubles (19 and 13 v. Tougaloo, 10 and 10 v. William Carey, 14 and 10 v. William Carey)... 82 offensive rebounds... Averaged 9.5 points and 7.2 rebounds in conference play Previous College: Attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College for two years… Named Best Rebounder… Averaged 9 points and 6 rebounds per game High School: Played basketball under coach Ryakko Macon Price… Ran track… Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior… Averaged 16.7 points and 6 rebounds per game… Nominated for All-District… Most Versatile in track Other: Played for Mississippi Hornets for three years… Favorite athlete is Reggie Bush School GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT UM (09-10) 29 25.6 105 226 .465 0 0 .000

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FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 52 94 .553 82 99

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R/G 6.2

A 24

TO BL ST P/G 86 13 35 9.0


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Daphnee Frieson

#42

Hometown: Mobile, AL Major: Communication Position: Post Height: 6-4 Class: Senior High School: Vigor and Satsuma

Personal: Daughter of Daphnee G and Anthony Frieson… English minor Previous College: Attended University of Mississippi (2006-08) and Stetson University (2008-10) for two years apiece High School: Played basketball under Coach Joe Brewster at Satsuma… Played basketball under Coach Arthur Brown at Vigor Club: Birmingham Nike Team for one year… Dominos’ Junior Olympic Team for two years Other: Favorite athlete is Lisa Leslie… Greatest athletic achievement was beating Maryland and Oklahoma in the NCAA Tourney to advance to the Elite 8… Favorite home-cooked meal is pork chops with rice and gravy, collard greens and homemade cornbread… Favorite TV show is “Friends”… Always has water and juice in her fridge

School 09-10 07-08 06-07

GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT 15 20.5 48 87 .552 0 0 .000 13 5.6 12 28 .429 0 0 .000 17 16 39 .410 0 0 .000

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 30 50 .600 49 57 1 10 .100 9 12 11 22 .500 -

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R/G 7.1 1.6 1.8

A 3 0 1

TO BL ST P/G 32 28 11 8.4 4 9 0 1.9 6 5 2.5

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Alice

#52

Honnery

Hometown: New South Wales, Australia Major: HPES Position: Post Height: 6-2 Class: Junior High School: O’Connor College

Personal: Daughter of Helen and Ray Honnery... Enjoys playing basketball and watching TV 2009-10: 1st-Team All-GCAC... Set single-season school record with 135 blocks... Set single-game school record with 12 blocks versus Spring Hill... Almost matched it with 11 against Belhaven... Triple-double of 14 points, 12 blocks and 10 boards in that game versus Spring Hill... 14 games with 10+ points... 12 games with 5+ blocks... Shot 53% from the floor... Season-high 17 blocks versus AUM and 19 points versus SUNO... 7 double-doubles... 99 blocks in 18 conference games High School: O’Connor College Other: Played for NSW 2004-06… Greatest athletic achievement was winning the Australian National Championships in 2005 and 2006… Always has water in her fridge… Can’t live without her family

School GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT UM (09-10) 29 29.6 118 222 .532 0 0 .000

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FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 40 100 .400 81 179

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R/G 9.0

A 55

TO 94

BL ST P/G 135 32 9.5


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#12 Morgan

Crawford

Personal: Daughter of Felecia and Jerome Crawford... Sports Management minor

Hometown: Theodore, AL Major: HPES Position: Guard Height: 5-6 Class: Sophomore

of the Year 2008... 5A All-County Team... Sweet 16 3rd-Team member... MVP 2009... Impact Player 2009‌ Averaged 10 points and 5 assists... Shot 80% from free throw line

2009-10: Scored in double-figures four times... All four times were against GCAC teams... Season-high 15 points and 4 assists versus William Carey... Shot 6-of-10 from the field in the game... 5+ rebounds four times.. season-high 6 boards twice

Other: Played for Bama Storm for 4 years... Favorite athlete is Kristie Toliver... Favorite home-cooked meal is fried pork chops and macaroni and cheese

High School: Faith Academy... Played basketball under coach Woodie Head... Ran track and played soccer... Defensive Player

School GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT UM (09-10) 29 17.3 48 145 .331 19 56 .339

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 31 62 .500 20 47

R/G 2.3

A 36

TO BL ST P/G 79 3 25 5.0

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#21 Alyssa

Lane

Personal: Daughter of Anna and Brendan Rouse... Enjoys basketball and watching movies

Hometown: Houston, TX Major: HPES Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5-8 Class: Sophomore

2009-10: Scored in double-figures nine times... Season-high 24 points versus LSUShreveport when she shot 9-of-11 from the floor... Scored 21 versus Spring Hill... Averaged 8 ppg in conference and shot just-under 50% from the field High School: Aviano American… Played basketball under coaches Shari Mcguire and

School GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT UM (09-10) 29 22.3 79 178 .444 15 57 .263

Greg Mead… Played volleyball under Hans Hillestad… Played soccer under Pam Hillestad… 1st-Team All-European in basketball and volleyball… MVP junior and senior year... Academic All-Conference three years… Averaged 22.4 points, 11 rebounds, 4 steals and 2 assists her senior year Other: Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant… Greatest athletic achievement was being named MVP of the European Classic… Favorite home-cooked meal is enchiladas

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 22 26 .846 23 60

R/G 2.9

A 40

TO BL ST P/G 60 3 33 6.7

#15 Anna

Maddox

Personal: Daughter of Robert and Macy Maddox... Favorite athlete is Eric Liddel

Hometown: Auburn, AL Major: HPES/Teacher Education Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5-9 Class: Junior

2009: Played soccer... Honorable Mention NAIA All-American... 1st-Team AllGCAC.... Started 19 games in goal... Picked up 9 wins and 5 shutouts... 99 saves

Basketball: Played basketball as a freshman at Mobile... Played in all 32 games... Averaged 6.6 points and 2.2 rebounds

2008: Played soccer... Honorable Mention NAIA All-American... GCAC Defensive Player of the Year... Held opponents to 1 goal or less in 10 outings... 52 saves and 10 goals allowed

High School: Graduated from Auburn High School in 2007... Played basketball under Terryland Dawson and soccer under Mac Matthews... Basketball MVP in 2006 and 2007

School GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT UM (07-08) 32 23.5 85 198 .429 9 39 .231

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2007: Played soccer... Started all 17 games... Named 1st-Team All-GCAC... Tallied 1 Goal and 2 Assists

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 31 42 .738 15 54

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R/G 2.2

A 56

TO BL ST P/G 83 9 40 6.6


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#11 Morgan

Melancon

Personal: Daughter of Rhonda and Ralph Melancon

Hometown: Walker, LA Major: Accounting Position: Guard Height: 5-0 Class: Junior

2009-10: Scored 10+ points in nine games.. Season-best 17 points versus Dillard... 5 or more assists seven times... Season-high 8 assists versus William Carey... 28 assists over the last five games... 3+ steals six times with a season-best of 4... Perfect from the free throw line in nine games... Averaged 7.5 points in conference play 2008-09: Played in 32 games... Four or more

School GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT UM (09-10) 29 30.1 51 170 .300 38 128 .297 UM (08-09) 32 23.1 38 116 .328 25 77 .325

assists in 9 games... Season-high 9 assists v. Tougaloo... Season-high 15 points v. Alabama State... 3rd on team with 76 assists High School: Graduated from Walker High School... Played basketball under Coach John McMillian... Played softball under Coach Ricky Reine... Ran track under Coach Will Silk... Played volleyball... Rookie of the Year in basketball... Named All-District and AllParish three years... Two-time Parish Playmaker of the Year... Louisiana All-Star Team

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 57 76 .750 6 48 23 42 .548 4 32

R/G 1.9 1.1

A 94 76

TO BL ST P/G 98 1 41 6.8 70 0 18 3.9

#13 Kelsie

Ruff

Personal: Daughter of Nancy and Brad Ruff... Enjoys board games, sports and biking

Hometown: Huntsville, AL Major: Education Position: Guard Height: 5-6 Class: Sophomore

2009-10: Played in 18 games, with 4 starts after finishing up the soccer season... Seasonhigh 8 points and 6 steals in season finale versus Loyola... Logged 20+ minutes five times... 7 rebounds versus Tougaloo High School: Attended Valley Fellowship Christian Academy... Played soccer, basketball, track and volleyball... MVP in soccer,

School GP MIN FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT UM (09-10) 18 15.5 8 35 .229 2 15 .133

basketball and volleyball... 2-Time State Champions in Track Club: Played for Les Bois of Les Bois United 2004-06... United of Huntsville United 2007-09 Other: Favorite athlete is Devin Harris... Greatest athletic achievement was being named Athlete of the Year... Favorite homecooked meal is lasagna... Doesn’t like roller coasters

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF 6 11 .545 7 23

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R/G 1.7

A 18

TO BL ST P/G 34 1 17 1.3

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Hillary

Kyndra

#34 Dedeaux

#20 Davis

Hometown: Pass Christian, MS Position: Forward Height: 6-0 Class: Sophomore

Hometown: Thibodaux, LA Position: Guard Height: 5-6 Class: Junior Personal: Daughter of Veronica and Charles Davis... Athletic Training major... Enjoys playing basketball

Personal: Daughter of Joan Dedeaux and Michael Malley... Education major

Previous College: Played at Bishop State CC for two years... 8.7 ppg and 4.2 assists per game... Most Improved Player

Previous College: Shelton State CC for one year... Won State

High School: Thibodaux High School... Played basketball under Coach Damon Robinson... Tiger Pride Award Other: Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant... Greatest athletic achievement was starting at PG in the ACCC All-Star Game... Favorite home-cooked meal is fried chicken and macaroni and cheese... Favorite TV show is “Everybody Hates Chris”... Always has lemonberry Hawaiian Punch

High School: Pass Christian... Played basketball under Coach Crisela Herchaminn... Cheerleading... Played volleyball and ran track and field... MVP in basketball... Best Offensive Player for conference... Second in State for shotput as a senior... All-Conference 1st-Team... 16 PPG as a senior Other: Favorite athlete is Candace Parker... Greatest athletic achievement was winning State at Shelton State... Favorite homecooked meal is crawfish etouffee... Favorite TV show is “Law and Order SVU”... Always has water in her fridge

Monet

Briana

#23 Kearse

#22 Edwards

Hometown: Miami, FL Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5-9 Class: Junior

Hometown: Ocean Springs, MS Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5-8 Class: Freshman Personal: Daughter of Vanessa and Keith Edwards... Athletic Training major... Enjoys basketball High School: Ocean Springs... Played basketball under Coach Tim Bryant... Junior All-Star Game... All-Coast 10th-12th grade Other: Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant... Greatest athletic achievement was scoring 32 points in a game... Favorite homecooked meal is fried chicken and collard greens... Favorite TV show is “Jersey Shore”... Always has sweet tea in her fridge

Personal: Daughter of Malikah Jones and Henry Kearse... Pre-Nursing major... Enjoys singing, listening to music, dancing and shopping Previous College: Miami Dade CC for two years High School: John A. Ferguson... Played basketball under Coach Tony Burns... Ran track and field under Coach Rapalo... Honorable Mention and District Runner-Up Club: Lady Express AAU for two years Other: Favorite athlete is Dwayne Wade... Greatest athletic achievement was getting a scholarship to college... Favorite home-cooked meal is macaroni and cheese... Favorite TV show is “Good Times”... Always has juice in her fridge

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Allison

Qiana

#4

#32 Lambert

Michael

Hometown: Marietta, GA Position: Guard Height: 5-6 Class: Junior

Hometown: Pensacola, FL Position: Guard/Forward Height: 5-7 Class: Freshman Personal: Daughter of Babette Brooks and Allen Lambert... Athletic Training major... Enjoys playing ball, singing, texting and shopping

Personal: Daughter of Leslie and Jay Michael... Psychology and Sociology major... Enjoys hanging out with friends

High School: Pensacola... Played basketball under Coach Allison Davis... Best Offense

Previous College: Shelton State CC for two years... ACCC AllTournament Team... Most 3-pointers made in ACCC Region XXII... 39% from 3-point range

Club: Pensacola Flames for three years... Leading scorer Other: Favorite athlete is Kevin Garnett... Greatest athletic achievement was going to the State Finals... Favorite home-cooked meal is ‘anything’... Favorite TV show is “I Carly”... Always has juice and pineapples in her fridge

High School: Pope... Played softball under Coach Pat Abney... Basketball under Coach Courtney Harris... Lacrosse under Coach Monica Erwin... MVP for softball and lacrosse... Best Offensive Player for basketball... Set school record for single-season steals Other: Favorite athlete is Rajon Rondo... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti supreme with rolls and peaches

Jessica #14 Palmer

Crosby

#5

Morrison

Hometown: Mobile, AL Position: Guard Height: 5-7 Class: Freshman

Hometown: Heflin, AL Position: Guard Height: 5-6 Class: Freshman Personal: Daughter of Robin and Dwayne Morrison... Undecided upon a major... Enjoys basketball, golf and water skiing

Personal: Daughter of Alicia and Anthony Palmer... Math major... Enjoys playing outside and swimming

High School: Cleburne County... Played basketball under Coach Brenson Ward... Golf under Coach Doug Ward... Cheerleading under Coach Keltey Payton... All-Area Player four years... AllCounty Player... Offensive MVP four years

High School: Cottage Hill Christian Academy... Played volleyball under Coach Jennifer Newton... Basketball under Coach Adam Thomas... Softball under Coach Jeff Hestor

Other: Favorite athlete is Ray Allen... Greatest athletic achievement was being captain of a team that set school records... Favorite homecooked meal is steak and potatoes... Favorite TV show is “Bones”... Always has bottled water and fruit in her fridge

Other: Favorite athlete is Derek Jeter... Favorite home-cooked meal is BBQ... Favorite TV show is “Glee”... Always has juice and cheese in her fridge

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2010-11 Player Profiles

Leana

Jana

#3

#31 Rastovic

Hometown: Belgrade, Serbia Position: Forward Height: 6-1 Class: Freshman

Hometown: Belgrade, Serbia Position: Post Height: 6-3 Class: Junior Personal: Daughter of Mira and Dusan... Environmental Management major... Enjoys long walks, reading books and listening to music

Tajkov

Personal: Daughter of Natalija and Goran... Political Science major... Enjoys reading books, playing the piano and writing essays High School: Gimmazija Becej... Played basketball

Previous College: Salt Lake CC for two years Club: Topola 2008-09... Srbobrau 2009-10 High School: Gimnazija Obrenovac... Played basketball and volleyball Club: Stara Pazova 2006-08

Other: Favorite athlete is Lebron James... Favorite home-cooked meal is sarma and burek... Favorite TV shows are “Friends” and “How I Met Your Mother”... Always has chocolate in her fridge

Other: Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan... Greatest athletic achievement was being Conference Champions... Favorite homecooked meal is any kind of meat... Favorite TV show is “Friends”... Always has water in her fridge

Judi

#10

Phillip L. Shouppe, D.C. Chiropractor Vigneulle

Hometown: Wilsonville, AL Position: Forward Height: 5-7 Class: Freshman Personal: Daughter of Ginger and Tom Vigneulle... Physical Education major... Coaching minor... Enjoys listening to music, hanging out and watching movies High School: Hope Christian... Played basketball under Coach Tom Vigneulle... All-State three years... All-Tournament two years... MVP for Nationals... NACA All-American... Team Captain two years... All National Tournament Team two years Club: Alabama Royals 2007-09 Other: Favorite athlete is Candace Parker... Greatest athletic achievement was being named MVP for Nationals Division IV... Favorite home-cooked meal is homemade pizza and bread sticks... Favorite TV show is “American Idol”… Always has grapes in her fridge

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Women’s Basketball Honor Roll Jennifer Wasson (90-92) Wynonna Goldsmith (89-90) Robin Bryant (89-90) Lisa Bardge (88-89)

GCAC All-Conference Alice Honnery (09-10) Gerica Johnson (08-09) Angela Bounds (07-08) Danielle Goodly (07-09) Sherri McIntosh (07-08) Emmerentia Ledwaba (06-07) Crystal Coston (03-06) Kinga Rybarczyk (04-06) Sherie Lattimore (03-04) Paula Dill (02-03) Edmarie Lumbsley (00-02) Desiree’ Christen (00-02) Shanelle Stallworth (01-02) Olivia Crawford (97-00) Monique McKenzie (98-00) Sjajuana Hill (95-96) Yolanda Brundidge (94-95) Bernadette Powe (94-97) Monica Evetts (92-93) Stephanie Jackson (92-93)

GCAC Newcomer of the Year Shanelle Stallworth (01-02) Edmarie Lumbsley (00-01) Monique McKenzie (98-99) NAIA All-American Danielle Goodly (08-09) Crystal Coston (03-06) Kinga Rybarczyk (05-06) Edmarie Lumbsley (01-02) Bernadette Powe (96-97)

NAIA Players of the Week Emmerentia Ledwaba (1-17-07) Danielle Goodly (1-6-08) Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete Rheonda Leary (05-07) Kinga Rybarczyk (04-06) Trevor Chandler (03-04) Laurie Simon (01-03) Sarah Bailey (94-95) Misty Ferguson (94-95) GCAC Player of the Year Crystal Coston (04-06) Edmarie Lumbsley (01-02) GCAC Freshman of the Year Crystal Hutchinson (07-08) Crystal Coston (02-03) Desiree’ Christen (98-99)

Kodak All-American Crystal Coston (04-06) Edmarie Lumbsley (01-02)

Crystal Coston NAIA All-American GCAC Player of Year

Edmarie Lumbsley NAIA All-American GCAC Player of Year

Bernadette Powe NAIA All-American

Kinga Rybarczyk NAIA All-American Scholar-Athlete

Laurie Simon Scholar-Athlete

Sara Bailey Scholar-Athlete

Trevor Chandler Scholar-Athlete

Shanelle Stallworth GCAC Newcomer of Year

Danielle Goodly NAIA All-American NAIA POW

Rheonda Leary Scholar-Athlete

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2010-11 Opponents

Alabama State University

Arkansas Monticello

Auburn Montgomery

Belhaven

Location...............Montgomery, AL Enrollment................................5627 Affiliation............................NCAA I Conference.............................SWAC Nickname...................Lady Hornets Colors......................Black and Gold Head Coach..Freda Freeman-Jackson 2009-10 Conference Record....8-10 2009-10 Overall Record.........13-17

Location...................Monticello, AR Enrollment.................................3500 Affiliation..........................NCAA II Conference................................GSC Nickname.............Cotton Blossoms Colors.........Kelly Green and White Head Coach...............Chris Ratcliff 2009-10 Conference Record......5-9 2009-10 Overall Record........ 11-15

Location...............Montgomery, AL Enrollment................................5,555 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname..................Lady Senators Colors..................Orange and Black Head Coach....................Dan Davis 2009-10 Conference Record..... 9-7 2009-10 Overall Record........ 15-15

Location........................Jackson, MS Enrollment................................2,951 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname.....................Lady Blazers Colors.....................Green and Gold Head Coach....................Billy Evans 2009-10 Conference Record....4-14 2009-10 Overall Record.........14-17

Concordia

Faulkner

Brenau

Brewton

University

University

Parker

Selma

University

Location.................Gainesville, GA Enrollment................................2000 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname..................Golden Tigers Colors......................Black and Gold Head Coach.....................Gary Bays 2009-10 Conference Record....6-10 2009-10 Overall Record.........17-14

Location................Mt. Vernon, GA Enrollment................................1050 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...............................Barons Colors.........Navy Blue and Orange Head Coach...... DeCole Shoemate 2009-10 Conference Record....4-12 2009-10 Overall Record.........11-20

Location...........................Selma, AL Enrollment................................N/A Affiliation.............................USCAA Conference..................Independent Nickname.............................Hornets Colors...................Green and White Head Coach................. Jacqui Virgil 2009-10 Conference Record...N/A 2009-10 Overall Record..........N/A

Location...............Montgomery, AL Enrollment.................................3200 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname......................Lady Eagles Colors..Royal Blue, Black and Gray Head Coach..................Reed Sutton 2009-10 Conference Record...N/A 2009-10 Overall Record..........N/A

Lee

Loyola

Martin

Ouachita

University

University

Methodist

Baptist

Location....................Cleveland, TN Enrollment................................4,262 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname.....................Lady Flames Colors................Maroon and White Head Coach..................Marty Rowe 2009-10 Conference Record....14-2 2009-10 Overall Record...........31-6

Location..............New Orleans, LA Enrollment................................4500 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...........................Wolfpack Colors..................Maroon and Gold Head Coach............Kellie Kennedy 2009-10 Conference Record....12-6 2009-10 Overall Record.........19-11

Location.........................Pulaski, TN Enrollment.................................1071 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference......................TranSouth Nickname........................RedHawks Colors.......................Red and White Head Coach................Jamy Bechler 2009-10 Conference Record......7-9 2009-10 Overall Record.........16-15

Location................Arkadelphia, AR Enrollment................................1503 Affiliation..........................NCAA II Conference................................GSC Nickname................................Tigers Colors...................Purple and White Head Coach............Garry Crowder 2009-10 Conference Record......5-9 2009-10 Overall Record.........13-14

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2010-11 Opponents

Selma

Shorter

South

University

University

Alabama

Southeastern Louisiana

Location...........................Selma, AL Enrollment...................................755 Affiliation.............................USCAA Conference..................Independent Nickname..................Lady Bulldogs Colors...........Royal Blue and White Head Coach.........Raymond Brown 2009-10 Conference Record...N/A 2009-10 Overall Record..........N/A

Location..........................Rome, GA Enrollment................................2900 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...............................Hawks Colors...........Royal Blue and White Head Coach..................Vic Mitchell 2009-10 Conference Record....12-4 2009-10 Overall Record.........22-10

Location.........................Mobile, AL Enrollment..............................15,007 Affiliation............................NCAA-I Conference..........................Sun Belt Nickname.....................Lady Jaguars Colors...............Blue, red, and white Head Coach.....................Rick Pietri 2009-10 Conference Record......9-9 2009-10 Overall Record.........15-16

Location..................Hammond, LA Enrollment...............................15200 Affiliation............................NCAA I Conference.......................Southland Nickname........................Lady Lions Colors.....................Green and Gold Head Coach..........Lori Davis Jones 2009-10 Conference Record....6-10 2009-10 Overall Record.........12-18

Tougaloo

West

Southern Mississippi

Spring Hill College

College

Florida

Location.................Hattiesburg, MS Enrollment..............................15000 Affiliation............................NCAA I Conference...........Conference USA Nickname.................Golden Eagles Colors......................Black and Gold Head Coach........Joye Lee-McNelis 2009-10 Conference Record....5-11 2009-10 Overall Record...........9-21

Location.........................Mobile, AL Enrollment................................1,504 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...................Lady Badgers Colors...................Purple and White Head Coach.......................Ray Fron 2009-10 Conference Record....1-17 2009-10 Overall Record...........3-26

Location.....................Tougaloo, MS Enrollment...................................900 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference.............................GCAC Nickname..................Lady Bulldogs Colors..Royal Blue and Scarlet Red Head Coach....................Lee Payton 2009-10 Conference Record....11-7 2009-10 Overall Record.........16-15

Location.....................Pensacola, FL Enrollment..............................11200 Affiliation..........................NCAA II Conference................................GSC Nickname.......................Lady Argos Colors.Royal Blue and Kelly Green Head Coach...........Shannan Bergen 2009-10 Conference Record......4-6 2009-10 Overall Record.........14-14

William Carey University

Xavier

Location.................Hattiesburg, MS Enrollment................................3,223 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname................Lady Crusaders Colors............Red, black, and white Head Coach...............Tracy English 2009-10 Conference Record....10-8 2009-10 Overall Record.........14-15

Location..............New Orleans, LA Enrollment...............................3,394 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname..................Gold Nuggets Colors.....................Gold and White Head Coach..................Bo Browder 2009-10 Conference Record....18-0 2009-10 Overall Record...........28-6

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UMobile Standouts Kelly Smith Kelly Smith played basketball at Mobile from 1986-89 and now owns a national strength equipment manufacturing company, Legend Fitness. They outfitted Air Force One for President Obama recently. “UM provided me with an opportunity to earn a degree and participate in intercollegiate athletics where I may have not succeeded at another institution. UM was instrumental in providing me with appropriate surroundings, structure and faculty members that I needed to become more disciplined, preparing myself for future success. Most importantly, UM planted the early seeds towards my becoming a Christ follower as a more mature adult. I am deeply grateful for the opportunities afforded me by UM athletics.”

J.C. Romero Since being drafted in the 21st round of the 1997 MLB Amateur Draft, Romero has appeared in the big leagues with the Minnesota Twins, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Boston Red Sox and, most recently, the Philadelphia Phillies. In 2008, Romero helped the Phillies to the World Series Championship. He appeared in 8 playoff games, logging 7.1 scoreless innings, while fanning 7 batters and allowing only 2 hits. In the World Series, Romero picked up a pair of victories out of the bullpen, including the victory in the decisive game.

Malik Tabet Tabet played tennis at Mobile, earning NAIA All-American honors in 1997 and 1998. The Rams won the NAIA National Championship in 1997 and finished 2nd at the NAIA National Tournament in 1998. He graduated from Mobile in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in foreign languages. Now, Tabet is head coach of Austin Peay State University’s men’s and women’s tennis teams. He previously coached at Indiana State University and was named Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2008.

Sarah Bailey Thomas Thomas made history on September 15, 2007 when she became the first female to serve as an official at a NCAA- Div I football game. She played for the University of Mobile basketball team from 199295 and found success on and off the court. The Walnut Grove, Miss., native helped the Lady Rams to the 1993 NAIA National Tournament and a 61-33 record in her three seasons. She was named a District 30 Scholar-Athlete and NAIA All-American Scholar-Athlete in 1994-95.

Remi Roy Roy joined the New England Revolution of the MLS as goalkeepers coach in March of 2010. Prior to that, he spent 10 years as the assistant coach/goalkeepers coach for the University of Mobile men’s and women’s soccer teams. He played for Mobile from 1997-99, and in 1999 he was named NAIA All-American. Roy has also served as a player-coach in the USL and served as the Puerto Rico National Team’s goalkeeper coach in its preparations for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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AďŹƒliations Since 1937, the NAIA has administered programs and championships in proper balance with the overall educational experience. In 2000, the NAIA reaffirmed its purpose to enhance the character-building aspects of sport. Through Champions of Character, the NAIA seeks to create an environment in which every student-athlete, coach, official, and spectator is committed to the true spirit of competition through five tenets: respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership, and sportsmanship. The NAIA Champions of Character program is designed to instill an understanding of character values in sport, and provide student-athletes, coaches, and parents the training to help them know the right thing, do the right thing, and value the right thing inside and outside the sports setting. Opportunities for the Student-Athlete - 48,000 participating student-athletes - Hundreds of NAIA students recognized annually as All-America Scholar-Athletes, thousands more honored on the conference level - Championship opportunities at the conference and national level - 23 championships encompassing 13 sports: (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, wrestling, softball and volleyball) - The NAIA emphasizes the importance of academics while participating in athletics - The NAIA offers the Daktronics Scholar-Athlete program recognizing junior and senior student-athletes with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

Aim of the SSAC - To promote the development of athletics as an integral part of the educational offerings of member institutions by means of democratic participation at the conference level. This aim shall be accomplished by means of the functioning of committees composed of representatives of those institutions which subscribe to and support athletic programs that shall culminate in truly democratic conference championship competition. The SSAC seeks membership only from accredited institutions that support this aim. The primary criteria for selection and encouragement of membership shall be educational emphasis. Goals for its SSAC Member Institutions to Achieve Its Aim * Ensure that intercollegiate athletics is an integral part of the total educational offering, under the control of those responsible for the administration of the institution. * Maintain high ethical standards through commitment to the principle of self-reporting. * Evaluate the athletics program in terms of the educational purpose of the institution. * Engage in competition with other institutions having similar athletic and academic philosophies and policies, while respecting the diversity that can exist in a conference setting and among its member institutions. Conference Name Change - The SSAC was incorporated under the name Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference, Inc. on the 16th day of March, 1999 and renamed the Southern States Athletic Conference, Inc. on the 27th day of June, 2005. All other provisions of the Articles of Incorporation for the Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference, Inc (now the Southern States Athletic Conference, Inc.) remained in effect. University of Mobile Lady Rams

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2009-10 Results Date

Opponent

Score

W/L

Record

Leading Scorer

Leading Reb

10/30/09

h

Martin Methodist College

74-55

W

1-0

(14) Melancon

(10) Honnery

10/31/09

h

Talladega

62-43

W

2-0

(18) Johnson

(14) Honnery

11/02/09

h

Auburn University Montgom

57-63

L

2-1

(20) Johnson

(17) Honnery

11/10/09

a

Auburn University Montgom

54-47

W

3-1

(30) Johnson

(11) Johnson

11/16/09

a

UWF

81-76

W

4-1

(37) Johnson

(14) Honnery

11/20/09

a

UAM

68-66

W

5-1

(33) Johnson

(9) Honnery

11/21/09

n

SAU

61-60

W

6-1

(27) Johnson

(8) TEAM

11/27/09

n

Aquinas College

80-56

W

7-1

(21) Mackay

(8) Eads, Mackay

11/28/09

n

Davenport University

68-89

L

7-2

(29) Johnson

(10) Johnson

12/05/09

h

Concordia-Selma

112-58

W

8-2

(40) Johnson

(12) Johnson

01/07/10

h

Loyola University

64-55

W

9-2, 1-0

(14) Honnery

(11) Honnery

01/09/10

a

Dillard University

69-64

W

10-2, 2-0

(24) Jefferson

(9) Jefferson

01/14/10

a

Tougaloo College

68-75

L

10-3, 2-1

(21) Jefferson

(13) Mackay

01/16/10

a

Belhaven College

52-44

W

11-3, 3-1

(13) Melancon

(9) Honnery

01/21/10

h

Xavier University of Loui

50-69

L

11-4, 3-2

(16) Mackay

(8) Honnery

01/23/10

h

Louisiana State Universit

44-57

L

11-5, 3-3

(14) Honnery

3 players with 7

01/25/10

a

William Carey College

55-63

L

11-6, 3-4

(11) Melancon

(10) Mackay

01/28/10

h

Southern University at Ne

60-67

L

11-7, 3-5

(12) Mackay

(8) Honnery

01/30/10

h

Spring Hill College

63-55

W

12-7, 4-5

(15) Spears

(13) Spears

02/04/10

h

Tougaloo College

58-63

L

12-8, 4-6

(13) Melancon

(10) Honnery

02/06/10

a

Loyola University

45-57

L

12-9, 4-7

(14) Jefferson

(6) Mackay

02/08/10

h

Dillard University

50-41

W

13-9, 5-7

(17) Melancon

(11) Honnery

02/11/10

a

Southern University at Ne

62-59

W

14-9, 6-7

(19) Honnery

(9) Honnery

02/13/10

a

Louisiana State Universit

61-85

L

14-10, 6-8

(24) Lane

(13) Mackay

02/18/10

h

William Carey College

74-38

W

15-10, 7-8

(15) Crawford, Honnery

(10) Mackay

02/22/10

a

Xavier University of Loui

52-64

L

15-11, 7-9

(12) Honnery

(7) Lane, Honnery

02/25/10

h

Belhaven College

78-62

W

16-11, 8-9

(26) Jefferson

(12) Honnery

02/27/10

a

Spring Hill College

71-58

W

17-11, 9-9

(21) Lane

(12) Honnery

03/03/10

a

Loyola University

48-75

L

17-12

(10) Jordan

(8) Honnery

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2009-10 Statistics #

Player

GP MIN

FG FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OFF DEF

R/G

A

TO

BLK

ST

P/G

4

Alyssa Lane

29

22.3

79

178

.444

15

57

.263

22

26

.846

23

60

2.9

40

60

3

33

6.7

10

Morgan Crawford

29

17.3

48

145

.331

19

56

.339

31

62

.500

20

47

2.3

36

79

3

25

5.0

11

Morgan Melancon

29

30.1

51

170

.300

38

128

.297

57

76

.750

6

48

1.9

94

98

1

41

6.8

12

Kyiona Boulton

16

19.1

37

69

.536

0

2

.000

5

9

.556

24

39

3.9

20

30

1

21

4.9

13

Kelsie Ruff

18

15.5

8

35

.229

2

15

.133

6

11

.545

7

23

1.7

18

34

1

17

1.3

15

Davina Jefferson

26

24.5

79

231

.342

16

71

.225

74

97

.763

14

89

4.0

45

86

4

55

9.5

21

Mandy Eads

4

14.4

5

13

.385

0

0

.000

5

6

.833

6

10

4.0

3

6

2

2

3.8

22

Gerica Johnson

10

34.8

86

205

.420

26

63

.413

61

73

.836

17

63

8.0

35

53

4

33

25.9

23

Bianca Phillips

8

8.7

3

7

.429

0

1

.000

1

3

.333

3

12

1.9

0

7

1

3

0.9

25

Adrienne Mackay

29

25.6

105

226

.465

0

0

.000

52

94

.553

82

99

6.2

24

86

13

35

9.0

32

Trenell Spears

23

16.0

32

62

.516

0

1

.000

25

40

.625

24

52

3.3

17

42

5

14

3.9

34

Alyscia Jordan

19

7.3

18

47

.383

0

0

.000

8

20

.400

8

31

2.1

5

16

9

3

2.3

52

Alice Honnery

29

29.6

118

222

.532

0

0

.000

40

100

.400

81

179

9.0

55

94

135

32

9.5

42

74

116

Mobile

Team 29

669

1610

.416

116

394

.294

387

617

.627

357

826

40.8

392 705

181

315

63.5

Opponents

29

657

1867

.352

172

580

.297

278

458

.607

452

684

39.2

434 642

89

351

60.8

Pensacola

14

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2009-10 Women’s Basketball Review Florida, Arkansas-Monticello, Southern Arkansas University and Aquinas College. It also carried Mobile to a 3-1 start in GCAC play, including an upset of preseason favorite Loyola in the opener. “We were clicking on all cylinders against some tough competition,” Berry said. “We really thought the win over Loyola would lead us into a successful conference campaign.” Alice Honnery’s record-setting season was one of the highlights of 2009-10.

The University of Mobile women’s basketball team finished the 2009-10 season with a 17-12 overall record and a 9-9 mark in the team’s final season in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference. Mobile started strong, building an 11-3 record and climbing into the NAIA Top-25 for the first time since 2007. The Lady Rams went 8-2 in the first ten games of the season, while Gerica Johnson averaged 25.9 points per game, but grades prevented the 2009 AllConference selection from playing the rest of the season. “It was nice to get the program back in the Top-25 where we belong,” Head Coach Michael Berry said. “Gerica was obviously a big part of the climb, but we were also doing a good job of getting different players to step up on any given night.” The hot start saw Mobile split with AUM, and go 4-1 against NCAA-II opponents, beating West 25

Instead, it went downhill after that 3-1 GCAC start. The Lady Rams lost four straight and six of the next seven conference games to fall to 4-7. The team struggled to score in the stretch, scoring under 60 points in five of those six losses.

Hill to finish a regular season sweep of the rivals. The Lady Rams then were sent to Loyola University for the GCAC Quarterfinals. The Lady Rams split with the Wolfpack in the regular season, but fell short, 48-75, in the playoffs. “We got our offense going a bit down the stretch and headed into the postseason on a nice little roll, but we just ran into a talented Loyola squad and did not get the job done,” Berry said. Honnery represented Mobile on the 2010 All-GCAC squad after setting the school single-season block record with 135.

The one victory came in the form of a 63-55 win over rival Spring Hill, when Alice Honnery recorded a triple-double of 14 points, 12 blocks and 10 rebounds, breaking the single-game blocks record at Mobile. “For whatever reason we just couldn’t score,” Berry said. “It’s very difficult to win when you are doing good to score 60 points.” After back-to-back losses to Tougaloo and Loyola, Mobile turned in a strong finish to the regular season, going 5-2 over the remaining seven games, with the lone losses coming at LSUShreveport and Xavier. Mobile capped the regular season with a 71-58 victory over Spring University of Mobile Lady Rams

Morgan Melancon and the Lady Rams went 4-1 against NCAA-II schools in 2009-10.

“Alice had a really nice first season with us,” Berry said. “She was dominant on defense and showed some flashes of being a capable scorer.”


2009-10 UMobile Review Baseball: The Rams finished the season 20-34 overall and 13-21 in GCAC action. Season ended on day two of the GCAC Tournament versus Belhaven. Men’s Basketball: Rams finished 17-11 overall and 10-8 in GCAC play. Season ended with a four-over time loss to William Carey in the GCAC Quarterfinals. Ji Kimbrough was named GCAC Freshman of the Year, and was joined as a 1stTeam All-Conference member by Donte Walker. Defeated NCAA I Louisiana-Lafayette 68-64 on Nov. 24. Women’s Basketball: Lady Rams finished the year 17-12 overall and 9-9 in conference. Season ended at Loyola in the GCAC Quarterfinals. Alice Honnery was named 1st-Team All-GCAC. Set single-game blocks record with 12 and singleseason record with 135. Men’s Cross Country: UM men finished 5th at the GCAC Championship Meet. Josh Stodghill and Kaleb Heffner named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes. Women’s Cross Country: Lady Rams finished 6th at the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship Meet. Men’s Golf: Jacob Morgan won the 2010 individual GCAC Championship. Rams finished 2nd as a team. Season ended with a 4th-place finish at the NAIA Unaffiliated Play-In Round. Women’s Golf: Maegan Rice was named 1st-Team NAIA All-American and qualified for the NAIA National Tournament for the 4th-straight year. Taylor Lee was named a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Rice finished 17th at nationals. She won the NAIA Unaffiliated Qualifier. Men’s Soccer: The Rams finished the year 9-11 and 3-2. Chris Dillon was named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Mobile qualified for nationals and fell 0-2 at Embry-Riddle in the Opening Round. Rams beat William Carey for the GCAC Championship and defeated Asbury College for the NAIA Unaffiliated Championship. Jason Williams, Dillon and Onesimus Ikungo were named All-GCAC. Women’s Soccer: The Lady Rams finished 10-10-1 and 2-2. Missy Stovall and Anna Maddox named Honorable Mention NAIA All-Americans. Season ended versus William Carey in the NAIA Unaffiliated championship game. Maddox, Stovall, Christy Lachappelle, Terri McCreadie and Ashley Lachappelle named 1st-Team All-GCAC. Olivia Maddox and Danielle Byrd named 2nd-Team All-GCAC. Softball: Finished 34-19 and 11-5. Eliminated by William Carey in the GCAC Tournament. Leslie Pickette, Kirstyn Joiner and Victoria Buie named All-GCAC. Men’s Tennis: Finished 10-6 and 6-4. Earned host bid to the NAIA National Tournament and fell in the 1st-Round 0-6 to Point Loma Nazarene. Jesus Urmeneta named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Women’s Tennis: Finished 17-6 and 10-4. Earned host bid to the National Tournament and fell 4-5 to Lewis-Clark State. Rachel Hartley and Jordin Wiggins named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Rachel Hartley, Claudia Borges and Nancey Machen named All-GCAC. Volleyball: Finished 26-13 and 10-0. Won the GCAC Championship and advanced to NAIA National Tournament. Defeated SCAD in NAIA Opening Round Match. Whitney Knight named 3rd-Team NAIA All-American and Paula Stilkey named Honorable Mention All-American. Knight also named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete and GCAC Player of the Year. Knight, Stilkey, Melody Tenney, Sarah Scott, Cassy Johnson and Blaire Fowler named 1st-Team All-GCAC. Jon Campbell named GCAC Coach of the Year. University of Mobile Lady Rams

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All-Time Women’s Basketball History 2008-09: Finished the season with a 14-18 overall mark and a 6-12 GCAC record. Danielle Goodly was named 2009 NAIA Honorable Mention All-American. Goodly and Gerica Johnson were named to the GCAC All-Conference Team. 2007-08: Finished the season with an 18-14 overall record and a 13-5 record in GCAC action. Danielle Goodly, Sherri McIntosh and Angela Bounds were named to the GCAC All-Conference Team. Crystal Hutchinson was named GCAC Freshman of the Year. Goodly earned NAIA National Player of the Week honors on Jan. 8. Michael Berry took over as the 4th head coach in the program’s history with 18 games left in the season. Season ended with a 74-72 loss at Xavier in the GCAC Tournament. 2006-07: Finished with a 20-12 overall record and a 11-7 conference mark. Lost to Loyola in the GCAC Quarterfinals. Emmerentia Ledwaba was named to the GCAC All-Conference Team and earned NAIA Player of the Week honors. 2005-2006: Finished with a 23-6 record overall and a 10-3 record in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference. The Lady Rams defeated Loyola and William Carey to win the GCAC Tournament after being co-regular season conference champions with William Carey. The season ended in the second round of the NAIA National Tournament at the hands of Freed-Hardeman 71-56. The Lady Rams finished the season ranked #18 in the final Top-25 poll. 2004-2005: Finished the season with a 25-9 overall record. Finished as the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season and tournament runner-up behind Xavier University. Lost to Carroll College in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament. 2003-2004: Finished the season with a 16-14 overall record. Finished third in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 10-8 record in conference action. Lost to Spring Hill College in the first round of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. 2002-2003: Finished the season with a 22-13 overall record. Finished fourth in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 9-7 record in conference action. Upset No. 1 seeded Xavier University 71-70 in the semi-final round of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament but eventually lost to Dillard University 5651 in the championship game. Lost in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament 62-48 to Vanguard University. 2001-2002: Finished the season with a 30-6 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season championship after posting a 15-1 record in conference action and defeated Xavier University 76-70 in the championship game to win the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. Advanced to the “Sweet Sixteen” of the NAIA National Tournament for the first time in school history. Lost to Campbellsville 61-60 in the “Sweet Sixteen.” Set a school record for wins in a season with 30. Lumbsley would go on to be chosen in the third round of the WNBA draft by the Utah Starzz. 2000-2001: Finished the season with a 13-14 overall record. Finished fourth in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting an 11-5 record in conference action. Lost to Xavier University in the second round of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. 1999-2000: Finished the season with a 13-18 overall record. Finished in fourth place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting an 8-8 record in conference action. Lost to Spring Hill College in the second round of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. 1998-99: Finished season at a 14-18 record and a 11-7 GCAC record. Beat Loyola in the first round of the GCAC Tournament 100-82. Then lost to Louisiana College 75-59 in the 2nd round. 1997-98: Finished the year with a 13-19 record and had a 9-9 GCAC finish. Lost to William Carey in the first round 73-66. 1996-97: Finished the year with a 23-10 record and a 14-2 record in conference. Beat Spring Hill College in the first round of play 69-59. Lost to Tougaloo College in the second round 77-69. 1995-96: Coach Martha Gore Algernon took over the Rams this year and had a 21-12 record with a 11-5 GCAC finish. 1994-95: Finished with a 24-8 overall record and a 13-3 finish in the GCAC. Lost to William Carey in the first round of the GCAC Tournament 64-53. 1993-94: Finished the year with a 15-16 record along with a 5-11 GCAC finish. 1992-93: Finished the season with a 22-9 record overall and completed the GCAC regular season with a 13-3 record. Participated in the District 30 Tournament and beat Xavier University 85-65 and beat Louisiana College in the Championship game 79-52. Made the program’s second trip to the NAIA National Tournament and lost to Hastings College 69-59. 1991-92: Finished the season with a 18-12 record and 13-3 mark in the GCAC. Played Xavier in the first round of the District 30 playoffs and lost 86-62. 1990-91: Coach Curt Berger took over the women’s program after Phil Headley stepped down due to health issues. The team finished with a 22-8 record and completed GCAC play with a 15-1 record. The Rams made their first NAIA National Tournament appearance. 1989-90: Finished the season with a 15-13 record and an 11-5 GCAC record. Participated in the District 30 Tourney for the first time ever and lost to Xavier 62-48. 1988-89: Finished the season with a 17-16 overall record and a 7-9 GCAC record. 1987-88: Coach Phil Headley pioneered the women’s basketball program at Mobile. Team finished 8-23 (3-13)

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Women’s Basketball Records 1,000 Point Club 1. Crystal Coston 2. Olivia Crawford 3. Kinga Rybarczyk 4. Bernadette Powe 5. Danielle Goodly 6. Jennifer Wasson 7. Desireé Christen

2002-06 1996-00 2002-06 1992-97 2005-09 1989-93 1998-02

2,073 1,460 1,441 1,433 1,386 1,303 1,299

Other Top Scorers 8. Edmarie Lumbsley 9. Sherri McIntosh 10. Rheonda Leary 11. Lisa Bardge

2000-02 2006-09 2003-07 1987-89

941 940 928 870

Rebounds 1. Crystal Coston 2. Olivia Crawford 3. Bernadette Powe 4. Sherri McIntosh 5. Desireé Christen 6. Kinga Rybarcyzk 7. Edmarie Lumbsley 8. Danielle Goodly 9. Rheonda Leary 10. Beth Wasson 11. Jennifer Wasson 12. Trevor Chandler

2002-06 1996-00 1992-97 2006-09 1998-02 2002-06 2000-02 2005-09 2003-07 1987-91 1989-93 2000-04

1,259 1,011 902 695 639 630 581 516 502 487 457 452

Field Goals Made 1. Crystal Coston 2. Olivia Crawford 3. Bernadette Powe 4. Kinga Rybarczyk 5. Danielle Goodly 6. Desireé Christen 7. Jennifer Wasson 8. Edmarie Lumbsley 9. Lisa Bardge 10. Sherri McIntosh 11. Rheonda Leary

2002-06 1996-00 1992-97 2002-06 2005-09 1998-02 1987-91 2000-02 1987-89 2006-09 2003-07

770 610 599 576 517 492 453 387 383 381 380

Field Goals Attempted 1. Crystal Coston 2002-06 2. Olivia Crawford 1996-00 3. Desireé Christen 1998-02 4. Danielle Goodly 2005-09 5. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93 6. Kinga Rybarczyk 2002-06 7. Bernadette Powe 1992-97 8. Lisa Bardge 1987-89 9. Brandy Schick 1997-01 10. Sherri McIntosh 2006-09 11. Sarah Bailey 1992-95 12. Rheonda Leary 2003-07

1,419 1,256 1,171 1,115 1,077 989 969 860 797 768 728 716

Three-Point Field Goal Made 1. Laurie Simon 1999-03 2. Monica Evetts 1990-93 3. Misty Ferguson 1993-95 4. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93 5. Lindsay Grant 1995-99

140 117 106 101 98

Three Point Field Goal Attempted 1. Laurie Simon 1999-03 400 2. Lindsay Grant 1990-93 319 3. Jessica Barber 2001-05 311 4. Misty Ferguson 1993-95 290 5. Danielle Goodly 2005-09 275 6. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93 274 Free Throws Made 1. Crystal Coston 2. Jennifer Wasson 3. Desireé Christen 4. Kinga Rybarczyk 5. Danielle Goodly 6. Olivia Crawford

2002-06 1989-93 1998-02 2002-06 2005-09 1996-00

532 296 290 289 266 237

Free Throws Attempted 1. Crystal Coston 2002-06 2. Kinga Rybarczyk 2002-06 3. Desireé Christen 1998-02 4. Bernadette Powe 1992-97 5. Danielle Goodly 2005-09 5. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93

851 497 431 406 386 386

Assists 1. Jessica Barber 2001-05 2. Stephanie Jackson 1989-93 3. Danielle Goodly 2005-09 4. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93 5. Yolanda Brundidge 1993-95 6. Desiree’ Christen 1998-02 7. Patricia Troullier 1987-89 8. Monique McKenzie 1998-00 9. Lindsay Grant 1995-99 10. Robin Bryant 1988-90

384 330 328 297 288 218 250 248 246 231

Steals 1. Danielle Goodly 2. Desireé Christen 3. Jennifer Wasson 4. Bernadette Powe 5. Sarah Bailey

2005-09 1998-02 1989-93 1992-97 1992-95

291 263 242 229 192

Blocked Shots 1. Edmarie Lumbsley 2. Alice Honnery 3. Kristie Dreher 4. Shanelle Stallworth

2000-02 20091994-97 2001-03

188 135 91 81

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T5. Bernadette Powe T5. Olivia Crawford 7. Sherri McIntosh

1992-97 1996-00 2006-09

78 78 77

Games Played 1. Olivia Crawford T2. Laurie Simon T2. Desireé Christen T4. Crystal Coston T4. Jessica Barber T4. Bernadette Powe 7. Kinga Rybarczyk 8. Brandy Schick T9. Sherie Lattimore T9. Rheonda Leary

1996-00 1999-03 1998-02 2002-06 2001-05 1992-97 2002-06 1997-01 2000-04 2003-07

127 126 126 125 125 125 122 121 120 120

Olivia Crawford

Bernadette Powe

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Women’s Basketball Records Single-Season

Single-Game

Most Points Scored 658 Crystal Coston

2004-05

Highest Scoring Average 19.4 Crystal Coston

2004-05

Most Field Goals Made 236 Crystal Coston

2004-05

Most Field Goals Attempted 486 Lisa Bardge

1996-97

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 50 Made) .637 Bernadette Powe 1996-97 Most Free Throws Made 186 Crystal Coston Most Free Throws Attempted 277 Crystal Coston

2004-05

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 197 Laurie Simon 2002-03 Highest Three-Pt Field Goal Percentage .456 Laurie Simon 2001-02 (36-79)

Most Assists 175 Yolanda Brundidge Highest Assist Average 5.7 Stephanie Jackson Most Blocked Shots 135 Alice Honnery Most Steals 107 Danielle Goodly Most Personal Fouls 112 Shanelle Stallworth

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Most Assists Single Game 29 vs. Tougaloo College

Most Field Goals Att Single Game 34 Gerica Johnson Nov. 16, 2009 vs. West Florida

2004-05

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 69 Laurie Simon 2002-03

Highest Rebound Average 11.1 Crystal Coston

Most Field Goals Made Single Game 14 Lisa Bardge Jan. 9, 1988 vs. Clearwater Christian 14 Gerica Johnson Dec. 5, 2009 vs. Concordia-Selma

Most Steals Single Game 27 Twice

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 5 Several

Highest FT Percentage (Min. 35 Made) .857 Stephanie Wingate 1991-92

Most Rebounds 379 Crystal Coston

Most Points Scored Single Game 40 Gerica Johnson Dec. 5, 2009 vs. Concordia-Selma

Most Field Goals Att Single Game 93 vs. Judson College

Most Free Throws Made Single Game 15 Crystal Coston Feb. 19, 2005 vs. Xavier University Most Rebounds Single Game 23 Crystal Coston Feb. 13, 2003 vs. Xavier University Most Assists Single Game 12 Stephanie Jackson Dec. 8, 1992 vs. Univ. of Montevallo

Jennifer Wasson

Most Blocked Shots Single Game 12 Alice Honnery Jan. 30, 2010 vs. Spring Hill College Team Single Game

2004-05 Most Points Scored Single Game 120 vs. Knoxville College (Dec. 17, 1999) 2004-05 Fewest Points Scored Single Game 36 vs. Belhaven College (1994-95) 1994-95 Most Points Allowed Single Game 111 vs. Belhaven College (Feb. 17, 2005) 1992-93 Fewest Points Allowed Single Game 16 vs. LSU-Shreveport (Nov. 16, 1994) 2009-10 Most Rebounds Single Game 69 vs. Spring Hill College (Feb. 26, 2005) 2007-08 Most Field Goals Made Single Game 44 vs. Clearwater Christian College 2001-02

University of Mobile Lady Rams

Monica Evetts


Women’s Basketball Records Most Victories

30

2001-02

Lowest Field Goal % Allowed

.342

2001-02

Most Losses

23

1987-88

Most Free Throws Made

580

2001-02

Most Games Played

36

2001-02

Most Free Throws Attempted

817

2004-05

Most Points Scored

2,679

2001-02

Highest Free Throw Percentage .742

1991-92

Fewest Points Scored

1,841

2009-10

Lowest Free Throw Percentage

.565

1994-95

Most Points Allowed

2,377

1998-99

Most 3PT Field Goals Made

141

2002-03

Fewest Points Allowed

1,764

2009-10

Fewest 3PT Field Goals Made

16

1987-88

Highest Game Average

74.6

1992-93

Most 3PT Field Goals Attempted 448

2002-03

Lowest Game Average

59.8

1987-88

Fewest 3PT Field Goals Att

65

1987-88

Highest Game Average Allowed 74.3

1998-99

Highest 3PT Field Goal Perc

.421

1992-93

Lowest Game Average Allowed

55.9

2001-02

Lowest 3PT Field Goal Perc

.246

1987-88

Most Field Goals Made

988

2001-02

Highest 3PT FG% Allowed

.380

1988-89

Most Field Goals Attempted

2,142

1988-89

Lowest 3PT FG % Allowed

.187

1994-95

Highest Field Goal Percentage

.473

2004-05

Most Rebounds

1,583

2001-02

Lowest Field Goal Percentage

.346

1994-95

Most Assists

610

2001-02

Most Field Goals Allowed

902

1988-89

Most Steals

615

1994-95

Fewest Field Goals Allowed

639

1994-95

Most Fouls

687

1988-89

Highest Field Goal % Allowed

.441

2008-09

Most Blocked Shots

181

2009-10

All-Time Record V. Opponents Alabama State University Arkansas Baptist College Auburn University-Montgomery Belhaven College Belmont University Berry College Bethel College Blackburn College Blue Mountain College Brescia University Campbellsville University Carroll College Christian Brothers University Clearwater Christian College College of the Ozarks Columbus State Concordia-Selma Cumberland College Cumberland University David Lipscomb University Delta State University Dillard University Emmanuel College

1-2 1-0 13-27 31-9 0-1 8-5 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-3 0-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-3 29-16 1-0

Evangel University Florida Memorial College Fontbonne College Franklin College Freed-Hardeman University Georgia College & State Georgetown College Georgia Southwestern University Hastings College Huntingdon College Jacksonville State University Judson College Kennesaw State University Knoxville College Lambuth University Lee University Life University Lindsey Wilson College Louisiana Christian College Louisiana College Louisiana State Univ. - Shreveport Loyola University - New Orleans Malloy College

0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-3 0-1 3-0 5-2 0-1 2-0 0-3 12-0 0-2 1-0 1-1 0-2 1-1 1-1 1-0 9-18 11-4 19-13 1-0

McKendree College 1-0 McNeese State University 1-2 Miles College 2-1 Millsaps College 2-0 Mississippi University for Women 0-1 Nicholls State University 1-0 Oakwood College 3-0 Oklahoma Baptist University 0-1 Oklahoma Christian University 3-3 Ok Univ. of Arts & Sciences 2-0 Prairie View A&M University 0-1 Reinhardt College 1-0 Savannah College of Arts & Design 1-0 Schreiner College 1-0 Selma University 1-0 Shorter College 4-4 Southeastern Louisiana University 1-6 Southern Nazarene University 0-1 Southern Polytechnic State 1-0 Southern University - New Orleans 31-11 Southwestern Oklahoma Univ 0-1 Spring Hill College 35-16 St. Edwards University 0-1

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St. Gregory’s University Stillman College Talladega College Tougaloo College Union University University of Alabama-Huntsville University of Central Arkansas University of Montevallo University of North Alabama University of South Alabama University of West Florida Vanguard University Warner Southern College Wesley College West Alabama, University of William Carey University Westminster College Wilberforce College Xavier University - New Orleans

1-0 1-0 8-3 39-6 0-2 4-1 1-1 6-14 0-1 0-4 12-17 0-1 2-0 1-0 2-3 33-15 1-0 1-0 15-35

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All-Time Results 1987-88 8-22, 3-13 GCAC L W W L W L L L L L W W L L W L L L L L L L W L L L L L W L L

UWF Judson College UAH S.E. La. Univ. Miles College Jacksonville State Talladega College Montevallo Ala-Huntsv. Lee College Clearwater Judson College Lee College Dillard University SUNO Louisiana College Talladega College Spring Hill College Belhaven College William Carey Tougaloo College Xavier University SUNO Tougaloo College Louisiana College UWF Xavier University William Carey Dillard University Belhaven College Spring Hill College

1989-90 15-13, 11-5 GCAC 84-48 71-45 65-51 72-59 73-50 61-58 56-44 79-50 64-58 75-62 98-57 67-55 69-51 72-50 66-56 69-54 78-45 76-65 62-50 62-61 69-61 61-42 90-79 70-61 68-52 82-58 70-52 64-53 68-63 65-63 66-60

1988-89 17-16, 7-9 GCAC W L W L W W L W L L W W W L W W W W W L L L L L W L W W L W W L L

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UWF 65-60 AUM 77-75 Univ. of AL-Huntsv. 89-68 Jacksonville Univ. 85-71 Blackburn College 107-64 William Carey 86-79 AUM 75-60 Miles College 82-61 UWF 86-80 Univ. of South AL 91-64 Fontbonne College 78-56 Malloy College 76-73 Spring Hill College 90-67 Jacksonville State U. 98-64 Shorter College 89-68 Univ. of AL-Huntsv. 71-56 SUNO 84-79 Tougaloo College 90-53 Belhaven College 87-74 Dillard University 93-101 Xavier University 61-51 Louisiana College 76-61 Spring Hill College 69-66 William Carey 70-58 Dillard University 87-84 Xavier University 65-54 Montevallo 77-71 Tougaloo College 68-59 Louisiana College 78-59 Spring Hill College 62-53 Belhaven College 65-51 William Carey 83-75 SUNO 102-92

L AUM 84-79 L Montevallo 105-77 W AUM 57-53 L UWF 74-71 L Berry College 63-56 L Cumberland College 73-67 L U. of South AL 90-59 L Montevallo 79-60 W Berry College 60-53 W Spring Hill College 69-50 W UWF 71-59 W William Carey 86-60 W Belhaven College 72-65 L Xavier University 74-60 L Louisiana College 83-81 W Tougaloo College 91-59 W SUNO 86-61 W Dillard University 80-63 L Spring Hill College 68-66 W Dillard University 100-55 L Louisiana College 72-59 L Belhaven College 72-68 W SUNO 78-58 W Tougaloo College 68-63 W Xavier University 73-67 W Spring Hill College 67-49 W William Carey 71-60 District 30 Tournament L Xavier 62-48

1990-91 22-8, 15-1 GCAC W L L W L W W L L W L W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W

Judson College AUM Montevallo AUM UWF UWF Montevallo Berry College Kennesaw Christian Brothers U. of S. E. La. William Carey Dillard University SUNO Louisiana College Xavier University Spring Hill College Belhaven College Tougaloo College Dillard University Belhaven College Xavier University William Carey Tougaloo College Louisiana College SUNO Spring Hill College

80-30 62-58 91-68 70-62 78-69 64-50 67-63 96-85 69-62 90-71 92-59 57-52 71-57 80-54 71-64 81-65 67-63 62-56 60-40 77-74 72-55 57-52 74-61 65-49 79-68 80-59 73-53

97-89 91-72 75-56 71-62 44-42 64-63 57-55 67-64 71-50 85-43 69-65 77-44 74-73 73-58 71-54 71-65 86-32 93-86 79-55 83-61 66-64 77-67 81-64 86-62

Judson College UWF Judson College Montevallo Talladega College AUM

92-56 87-68 77-47 78-52 65-64 62-61

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

UWF 82-61 AUM 81-46 Talladega College 60-45 Selma Univ. 91-59 McKendree College 72-63 Christian Brothers 90-73 AUM 73-52 Montevallo 74-55 Xavier University 64-44 Belhaven College 66-46 Dillard University 70-61 William Carey 79-73 Tougaloo College 75-61 Louisiana College 85-54 Spring Hill College 70-67 SUNO 65-58 Tougaloo College 56-51 SUNO 84-58 UWF 61-55 Xavier University 78-44 Dillard University 71-60 Louisiana College 86-68 Belhaven College 60-46 Spring Hill College 46-43 William Carey 67-63

1992-93 22-9, 13-3 GCAC

1994-95 24-8, 13-3 GCAC

W Judson College 94-69 W Warner Southern 90-36 W UWF 83-66 L AUM 87-68 W Alabama-Huntsville 75-44 L UWF 69-66 W Warner Southern 86-45 W Judson College 95-75 L Montevallo 82-73 L AUM 86-59 L Montevallo 74-58 W College of Ozarks 72-53 W William Carey 65-57 L Dillard University 67-58 W Louisiana College 63-50 W Tougaloo College 96-31 W Belhaven College 69-51 W Xavier University 74-73 W SUNO 91-51 W Spring Hill College 60-44 L William Carey 86-66 W Louisiana College 71-54 W Tougaloo College 118-39 W Dillard University 73-71 L Xavier University 68-61 W SUNO 80-45 W Belhaven College 58-53 W Spring Hill College 69-63 District 30 Tournament W Xavier University 85-65 W Louisiana College 79-52 National Tournament L Hastings College 69-59

W LSU-Shreveport W Paul Quinn W GSWSU W Brewton-Parker W Judson College W UWF L Harding Univ. W Olivet Nazarene L AUM W Louisiana College W Dillard University W Tougaloo College L William Carey W Spring Hill College W Belhaven College W Xavier University W SUNO W Belhaven College W Louisiana College W Tougaloo College W SUNO W Dillard University L Xavier University W Montevallo W Spring Hill College GCAC Tournament L William Carey

1993-94 15-16, 5-11 GCAC

1991-92 18-12, 13-3 GCAC W L W L L W

W UWF L Montevallo L AUM L David Lipscomb W Kennesaw W Berry College L U. of S.E. La. W Dillard University L Xavier University W SUNO W Louisiana College W Tougaloo College L William Carey W Belhaven College W Spring Hill College W Dillard College W Tougaloo College W William Carey W SUNO L Louisiana College W Belhaven College W Xavier College W Spring Hill College District 30 Playoffs L Xavier University

W W W L W W

Louisiana College Judson College Talladega College Montevallo Georgia Southwest. Judson College

85-45 86-59 52-48 69-59 61-59 90-88

97-16 67-34 63-59 71-56 78-35 76-67 73-67 71-59 78-53 55-50 81-51 70-50 63-60 79-62 36-32 75-68 71-51 64-54 94-68 83-51 67-63 68-46 66-57 90-81 58-56 64-53

1995-96 21-12, 11-5 GCAC W L L L L W W L W W W W

Loyola University 106-31 AUM 77-62 David Lipscomb 95-77 GSWSU 79-73 S.W. Oklahoma 77-69 Schriener College 74-55 Oklahoma Christian 70-64 Union College 78-71 Talladega College 89-80 UWF 77-64 UWF 78-67 Mary Hardin-Baylor 75-62

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

AUM Tougaloo College Louisiana College Belhaven College Dillard University Xavier University SUNO Spring Hill College William Carey Xavier University SUNO Tougaloo College Belhaven College William Carey Dillard University Loyola University Louisiana College Spring Hill College Dillard University Louisiana College Xavier University

83-71 81-66 83-67 63-46 70-66 65-55 68-48 68-48 80-61 83-59 78-45 92-74 77-46 59-58 80-60 92-35 64-62 88-77 87-82 80-75 70-56

1996-97 23-10, 14-2 GCAC L AUM W Montevallo L Belmont College L Delta State Univ. W Franklin College L Delta State Univ. W S.E. Louisiana W UWF W Talladega College L Montevallo W U. of Central Ark. W AUM L Oklahoma Christian W William Carey W Dillard University W Tougaloo College L Xavier University W Belhaven College L Louisiana College W Spring Hill College W Loyola University W Dillard University W SUNO W Belhaven College W Louisiana College W Tougaloo College W SUNO L Xavier University W Loyola University W William Carey W Spring Hill College GCAC Tournament W Spring Hill College L Tougaloo College

54-46 75-51 83-55 88-73 96-66 85-71 60-59 71-56 83-65 60-50 68-61 59-56 64-54 61-58 66-48 72-67 75-59 97-52 63-61 64-52 80-74 74-62 73-60 64-47 72-58 74-66 62-41 61-52 94-57 67-64 77-75 69-59 77-69

1997-98 13-19, 9-9 GCAC L W L L L L L L W

Delta State U. AUM UWF McNeese State Prairieview A&M West Alabama UWF AUM Freed-Hardeman

98-59 49-42 76-56 77-60 66-65 64-40 87-81 60-51 92-56


All-Time Results L Berry College 72-64 L S.E. Louisiana 68-56 W Emmanuel College 67-63 W Georgetown College 80-69 W Tougaloo College 83-80 W Louisiana College 71-65 W Belhaven College 83-79 W Dillard University 59-50 L Xavier University 96-67 L Spring Hill College 78-60 L SUNO 71-59 W William Carey 68-63 W Loyola University 102-87 L Xavier University 83-59 L Louisiana College 83-66 L Dillard University 64-47 L SUNO 70-65 W Tougaloo College 69-52 W Belhaven College 68-66 W William Carey 66-57 L Loyola University 82-71 L Spring Hill College 71-69 GCAC Tournament L William Carey 73-66

1998-99 14-18, 11-7 GCAC L AUM L GSWSU W Montevallo L UWF W Montevallo L S.E. Louisiana L U. of South AL L UWF L Berry College L Campbellsville L U. of South AL L AUM W Dillard University L Xavier University W Belhaven College L Louisiana College L SUNO W Tougaloo College W William Carey W Spring Hill College W Loyola University L Dillard University W Xavier University W SUNO L Louisiana College W Tougaloo College W Belhaven College W Loyola University L William Carey L Spring Hill College GCAC Tournament W Loyola University L Louisiana College

60-52 68-59 85-75 80-63 94-77 85-47 81-68 82-79 74-68 62-60 88-71 64-37 67-65 91-81 88-51 84-71 80-76 76-73 82-81 72-67 74-72 76-69 71-58 92-90 89-70 75-60 71-61 90-73 85-59 68-58 100-82 75-59

1999-00 13-18, 8-8 GCAC W L L L L W L

Talladega College Lambuth College Union College GSWSU S.E. Louisiana Talladega College UWF

86-66 83-79 79-56 67-56 78-64 88-69 73-60

L Alabama State 81-60 W Knoxville 120-35 L Lindsey Wilson 84-71 L AUM 70-48 W Oklahoma Christian 70-67 L U. of North AL 77-59 W Tougaloo College 95-60 W Louisiana College 92-53 L Dillard University 67-59 W Xavier University 76-72 L SUNO 95-88 L William Carey 74-71 L Spring Hill College 75-72 W Loyola University 72-66 L Xavier University 78-71 L Louisiana College 70-69 W SUNO 89-83 L Tougaloo College 79-67 W William Carey 71-64 W Dillard University 80-75 L Loyola University 84-70 W Spring Hill College 81-71 GCAC Tournament W William Carey 67-65 L Spring Hill College 57-47

2000-01 13-14, 11-5 GCAC W GSWSU L Life University L U. of Central Ark. L UWF L Mississippi Univ. L AUM L GSWSU L Oklahoma Baptist L Ok Christian W Dillard University L SUNO W William Carey W Tougaloo College W Talladega College L Xavier University W Spring Hill College W Loyola University W William Carey L SUNO W Tougaloo College L Xavier University W Talladega College L Dillard University W Loyola University W Spring Hill College Conference Tournament W Spring Hill College L Xavier University

61-47 80-75 84-72 84-75 85-79 68-45 72-43 76-84 69-54 66-49 77-71 57-56 79-42 86-61 67-53 65-58 70-51 64-63 79-69 68-48 57-55 60-50 66-57 56-45 79-63 52-45 71-60

2001-02 30-6, 15-1 GCAC W L W W W W L L W W W

GSWSU 74-61 AUM 58-48 Life University 73-66 AUM 69-58 Science & Art OK 85-76 St. Gregory’s 63-53 Oklahoma Christian 72-62 UWF 96-94 AUM 71-55 Huntingdon College 86-46 Judson College 82-38

W GSWSU 71-46 W UWF 77-56 L Life University 72-54 W Dillard University 71-66 W Tougaloo College 93-58 W Loyola University 96-73 W Xavier University 83-73 W William Carey 59-52 W SUNO 87-69 W Talladega College 71-53 W Spring Hill College 74-53 W Dillard University 69-39 W Judson College 75-27 W Talladega College 76-56 W Tougaloo College 100-68 W William Carey 93-76 L Xavier University 69-64 W SUNO 86-61 W Loyola University 66-49 W Spring Hill College 66-56 GCAC Tournament W Tougaloo College 70-33 W William Carey 62-45 W Xavier University 76-70 NAIA National Tournament W Shorter College 73-50 L Campbellsville 61-60

2002-03 22-13, 9-7 GCAC W Shorter College 53-51 W Berry College 78-71 L Campbellsville Univ. 84-66 L AUM 57-51 W Oakwood College 81-40 L AUM 56-36 W Huntingdon College 81-52 W Univ. of West Ala. 83-78 W Lambuth University 72-49 W Shorter College 65-37 W Brescia University 66-51 L Okla. Christian Univ. 81-71 W Bethel College 89-70 W Ark. Baptist College 87-49 W Berry College 68-59 L William Carey 94-86 L Dillard University 84-70 W Tougaloo College 57-25 L Xavier University 63-53 W SUNO 66-53 W Loyola University 79-50 L Spring Hill College 63-55 W Belhaven College 75-68 W Tougaloo College 58-52 L Xavier University 65-50 W William Carey 71-56 W Loyola University 75-55 L SUNO 63-57 W Belhaven College 64-62 L Dillard University 64-61 W Spring Hill College 71-57 GCAC Tournament W Belhaven College 64-60 W Xavier University 71-70 L Dillard University 56-51 NAIA National Tournament L Vanguard University 62-48

2003-04 16-14, 10-8 GCAC W Oakwood College W Ga. Southwestern W S. Poly. St. Univ. L Campbellsville U. W Lindsey Wilson L UWF W Millsaps College L AUM L AUM W Millsaps College L U. of West Alabama W SUNO W William Carey W Loyola University W Dillard University L Belhaven College W LSU-Shreveport W Tougaloo College L Xavier University L Spring Hill College W Belhaven College L Dillard University L LSU-Shreveport L Loyola University W William Carey L Xavier University W Tougaloo College W SUNO L Spring Hill College Conference Tournament L Spring Hill College

NAIA National Tournament L Carroll College 67-72 83-24 53-51 80-61 68-49 69-67 62-58 72-47 59-57 58-53 73-58 74-57 65-49 67-66 74-69 57-51 64-58 70-45 57-48 71-61 72-60 63-61 55-51 55-54 67-65 87-62 66-49 81-68 78-76 75-71 75-67

2004-05 25-9, 14-4 GCAC W Campbellsville 75-70 W Blue Mountain 68-67 L AUM 56-58 W Reinhardt College 55-53 L Berry College 51-76 W Nicholls State 59-57 W AUM 61-55 W Stillman College 86-58 W Freed-Hardeman 76-70 W Georgetown College 98-96 L Evangel University 53-72 W Westminster College 70-48 W Dillard University 66-63 W William Carey 86-70 W Loyola University 84-75 W Belhaven College 86-67 W LSU-Shreveport 73-66 L Xavier University 61-67 W Tougaloo College 71-59 W SUNO 71-69 W Spring Hill College 81-71 L Dillard University 80-82 W William Carey 85-79 L Loyola University 56-79 W LSU-Shreveport 78-73 W Tougaloo College 72-64 L Belhaven College 109-111 W Xavier University 85-81 W SUNO 83-76 W Spring Hill College 58-53 GCAC Tournament W LSU-Shreveport 73-62 W Loyola University 82-73 L Xavier University 63-78

University of Mobile Lady Rams

2005-06 23-6, 12-3 GCAC W Georgia SW St 79-58 W AUM 57-47 W AUM 67-58 W Oakwood College 99-28 L Cumberland College 78-84 W Univ. West Florida 73-66 W Blue Mountain 106-81 W Florida Memorial 82-67 W Wilberforce Univ. 61-43 L McNeese State 61-72 W AUM 71-69 W Univ. of Montevallo 47-46 L William Carey 76-78 W Loyola University 62-57 W Belhaven College 99-88 W LSU-Shreveport 74-60 W Tougaloo College 75-65 W Spring Hill College 69-60 W Belhaven College 95-71 W LSU-Shreveport 84-75 L Loyola University 62-67 L William Carey 61-67 W Spring Hill 67-63 W Tougaloo College 78-63 W Spring Hill 79-70 GCAC Tournament W Loyola University 79-74 W William Carey 62-53 NAIA National Tournament W Georgetown College79-64 L Freed-Hardeman 56-71

2006-07 22-8, 11-7 GCAC L W W L W W L L W W W W W L W L W W W W W L W W W L W L L L

AUM 68-69 Dillard University 84-34 SCAD 84-62 Montevallo 80-84 USAO 81-73 Oklahoma Christian 78-59 Cumberland 55-56 Freed-Hardeman 50-78 West Florida 80-73 McNeese State 65-49 AUM 70-48 Berry College 79-54 Belhaven College 81-64 Xavier Univ 60-73 Tougaloo College 85-60 Loyola University 70-74 LSU-Shreveport 66-54 SUNO 69-49 Dillard University 76-51 William Carey 59-41 Spring Hill College 71-68 SUNO 49-52 LSU-Shreveport 62-47 Belhaven College 66-59 Xavier Univ 80-72 Tougaloo College 44-73 William Carey 66-62 Loyola University 72-83 Dillard University 63-71 Spring Hill College 62-64

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All-Time Results GCAC Tournament W LSU-Shreveport L Loyola University

78-65 63-75

2007-08 18-14, 13-5 GCAC L L W L L W L L W L W W W W W L

Cumberland Univ. Freed-Hardeman AUM Alabama State Southern Nazarene Concordia West Florida AUM Montevallo Miles College Berry College William Carey Tougaloo Dillard Univ. SUNO Xavier Univ.

67-72 65-75 60-58 60-69 52-71 70-62 70-74 53-64 92-81 52-57 72-64 69-61 84-79 75-57 85-51 70-73

W LSU-Shreveport L Loyola Univ. W Belhaven College W Spring Hill College L LSU-Shreveport L West Alabama W Dillard Univ. W William Carey L Loyola Univ. W SUNO W Tougaloo W Xavier Univ. W Spring Hill College L Belhaven College GCAC Tournament W Belhaven College L Xavier Univ.

79-62 81-91 86-57 73-72 74-83 75-76 75-48 81-75 69-90 69-53 73-59 75-65 73-63 52-66 91-61 72-74

2008-09 14-18, 6-12 GCAC W W

Wesley College AUM

93-49 73-66

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

Berry College Shorter College GA College & State Columbus State Alabama State West Alabama West Florida Montevallo Berry College AUM SUNO Dillard Univ. Belhaven College William Carey Loyola Univ. Tougaloo College Xavier Univ. Spring Hill College LSU-Shreveport William Carey Loyola Univ. SUNO

56-52 62-56 58-81 52-82 87-84 75-53 55-59 60-66 57-43 60-68 75-55 79-69 72-74 63-67 59-76 92-65 70-82 87-83 58-85 72-67 70-75 66-82

L Dillard Univ. 55-65 L Belhaven College 71-75 L LSU-Shreveport 80-81 L Xavier Univ. 65-74 L Tougaloo College 68-74 W Spring Hill College 82-74 GCAC Tournament W Dillard Univ. 93-69 L Loyola Univ. 62-80

Coach: Phil Headley 1987-88................................. 8-23 1988-89............................... 17-16 1989-90............................... 15-13

Coach: Curt Berger 1990-91................................. 22-8 1991-92............................... 18-12 1992-93................................. 22-9 1993-94............................... 15-16 1994-95................................. 24-8

Coach: Martha Gore-Algernon 1995-96............................... 21-12 1996-97............................... 23-10 1997-98 .............................. 13-19 1998-99............................... 14-18 1999-00............................... 13-18 2000-01............................... 13-14 2001-02................................. 30-6 2002-03............................... 22-13 2003-04............................... 16-14 2004-05................................. 25-9 2005-06...................................23-6 2006-07.................................20-12 2007-08.....................................6-8 33

Coach: Michael Berry 2007-08................................. 12-4 2008-09............................... 14-18 2009-10............................... 17-12

All-Time National Tournament Results 1991: Lost to St. Edwards (46-60) in 1st Round 1993: Lost to Hastings College (59-69) in 1st Round 2002: Defeated Shorter College (73-50) in 1st Round 2002: Lost to Campbellsville (60-61) in 2nd Round 2003: Lost to Vanguard (48-62) in 1st Round 2005: Lost to Carroll College (67-72) in 1st Round 2006: Defeated Georgetown (79-62) in 1st Round 2006: Lost to Freed-Hardeman (56-71) in 2nd Round

University of Mobile Lady Rams


All-Time Roster Player

Seasons

-AKelly Gregory-Acuff Roxanne Anderson Jessica Arnold Mary Arvel

1987-89 1994-96 2002-03 1989-91

-BSarah Bailey Angela Banks Jessica Barber Lisa Bardge Jessica Barela Angel Barnes Angelique Baulding Lisa Beaty Renitta Bilbo Naomi Blalock Kewanna Booker Kyiona Boulton Angela Bounds A’frica Boykin Fannie Brown Robin Bryant-Romar Yolanda Brundidge

1992-95 1991-93 2001-05 1987-89 1999-00 1989-90 2008-09 1999-00 1993-95 1993-97 1998-00 2008-09 2006-08 2004-05 1990-92 1988-90 1993-95

-CAbby Campbell Trevor Chandler Kristy Chenevert Cindy Cherry DesireĂŠ Christen Jamie Chustz Sanora Cole Crystal Coston Courtney Craft Morgan Crawford Olivia Crawford Tameika Crimbley

2005-07 2000-04 1999-00 1990-92 1998-2002 1997-98 2003 2002-06 2004-05 20091996-00 2000-01

-DAngie Daniels 1988-90, 91-92 Kyndra Davis 2010Laura Davis 2004-05 Tamara Davis 1994-96 Hillary Dedeaux 2010Paula Dill 2001-03 Kristie Dreher 1993-97 -EAmanda Eads Briana Edwards Monica Evetts

2008-10 20101990-93

-FRachel Farmer

2000-04

Jackie Faulk Misty Ferguson Lakita Ford Daphnee Frieson Cindy Friday

1991-92 1993-95 2004-07 20101989-91

-GWyonna Goldsmith Danielle Goodly Lindsay Grant Shellie Griffin

1988-90 2005-09 1995-99 1993-94

-HStephanie Hallinan Lesa Hartley Dana Henderson Kelli Henderson Jamie Heruska Sjajuana Hill Alice Honnery Erin Hostrander Crystal Hutchinson

2008-09 1987-88 1996-98 2000-01 1991-92 1994-96 20091997-01 2007-08

-JStephanie Jackson Sydney Jackson Davina Jefferson Carlys Roscoe-Jenkins Gerica Johnson Tiphania Johnson Laura Jones Stephanie Jones

1989-92 1992-93 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 2000-03 2007-08 1989-90

-KMonet Kearse Krystal Kennedy Shaketa Kindred Melissa Kirkland Tara Kline Sandra Kostandinovic

20101987-88 2001-02 1998 1987-89 2004-07

-LKatharina Lachmann Qiana Lambert Alyssa Lane Sherie Lattimore Stephanie Lawless Rheonda Leary Natalia Lebron Emmerentia Ledwaba Dana Lee Sasha Lilly Michele Loftus-Christian Latasha Long Lakeela Lowe Edmarie Lumbsley

2008-09 201020092000-04 1990-91 2003-07 1994-96 2005-07 1995-99 2002-04 1987-89 2007-08 2007-08 2000-02

Sharon Lyons

1988-89

-MAdrienne Mackay Anna Maddox Kelli Manning Carlee Marcum Erica Martens Traci Mattingly Tamella Mazingo Michelle McDougal Sherri McIntosh Monique McKenzie Amy McKeough Laura Meisler Morgan Melancon Allison Michael Carolyn Mirelez Tara Morris Crosby Morrison

20092007-082004-06 1994-96 2003-05 1991-93 1993-94 1991-92 2006-09 1998-00 1991-93 1987-88 200820101988-89 1990-92 2010-

-NChristy Nall Amanda Newman

1992-94 2006-07

-PJessica Palmer Shundretta Patterson Krista Payne Carolyn Penney Bianca Phillips Cathy Pirkle-Blake Tonja Poole Bernadette Powe Ashley Prestenbach Tina Pugh

20102002-03 1990-91 1995-97 2008-10 1987-89 1994-98 1992-97 2006-07 1993-95

-RJana Rastovic Sabrina Reynolds Susie Richards Shiobhan Riley Margo Rose Debra Rutledge Kinga Rybarczyk

20101989-90 1987-88 1998-00 2005-07 1997-99 2002-06

Windy Smith Trenell Spears Shanelle Stallworth Blair Stevens Brittany Stevens April Straight Patricia Sylvester

1989-90 2009-10 2001-03 2008-09 2008-09 1997-00 1987-89

-TDalenah Tanner Leana Tajkov Kashonna Tarver Kelly Temme Kim Temme Shanna Thorpe Deborah Tunstall

1996-98 20101997-00 1993-94 1993-94 2006-07 1998

-VJudi Vigneulle -WJenee Washington Stephanie Washington Beth Wasson-Murray Jennifer Wasson Jan Williams Johnitia Williams Laquita Williams Shira Williams Tammy Williams Stacy Winck Twanna Wolfe Tina Womack

20102007-08 1990-92 1987-91 1989-93 1988-92 2005-09 2005-07 2003 1993-95 1987-88 1994-96 1990-92

-SJessica Sanders Keli Saragusa Brandy Schick Stacey Scott Kim Shaw Laurie Simon Patsy Slater Alicia Smith Christy Smith

University of Mobile Lady Rams

1998-99 2000-04 1996-01 1993-95 1988-89 1999-03 2004-05 2008-09 1995-97

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