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Location: Mobile, AL President: Dr. Mark Foley Athletic Director: Joe Niland Enrollment: 1,798 Founded: 1961 Affiliation: NAIA Division I Conference: Southern States Athletic Nickname: Lady Rams Colors: Maroon & White Athletic Dept. Phone: 251-442-2278

Head Coach: Michael Berry Email: mberry@umobile.edu Phone: 251-442-2400 Seasons at Mobile: 5th Career Record: 60-47 Assistant Coach: Ebonie Ferguson Email: eferguson@umobile.edu 2010-11 Overall: 17-11 2010-11 Conference: 6-6 Overall UM Record: 442-307

Sports Information: Matthew Hicks Office Phone: 251-442-2264 Fax: 251-442-2499 Email: mhicks@umobile.edu Web Site: www.umobile.edu Facebook: University of Mobile Rams Twitter: @MobileRams

Office Hours:

Mon., Wed., & Fri. 7:30-12:00 * 1:30-6:00

Phone Number: 251-666-1656

Tues. & Thurs. 7:30-1:00

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Michael Berry Michael Berry begins his 5th season at the helm of the University of Mobile women’s basketball program, after taking over halfway through the 2007-08 season. Mobile is 60-47 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.

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In 2009-10, 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 has also been stout defensively under Berry’s leadership the last two years, ranking in the Top-10 in blocks per game, defensive rebounds, total blocks and field goal percentage defense each year. The team also set school records for fewest points allowed in a season and total blocks in 2009-10. Aside from team accomplishments, seven players have earned All-Conference honors since Berry took over. Alice Honnery was named NAIA All-American in 2011, Danielle Goodly was named NAIA All-American in 2009 and Crystal Hutchinson was named GCAC Freshman of the Year in 2008. Players have also set seven school records under Berry’s watch (career blocks, single-season blocks, single-season steals, single-game scoring, single-game FG made, singlegame FG att, single-game blocked shots). 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, 21, and Rekha, 14.

Ebonie Ferguson Ebonie Ferguson begins her fourth 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 is an active member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated.

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Name

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

3

Leana Tajkov

F

6’1

SO

Belgrade, Serbia

4

Allison Michael

G

5’6

SR

Marietta, GA

5

Crosby Morrison

G

5’6

SO

Heflin, AL

10

Judi Vigneulle

F

5’7

SO

Wilsonville, AL

11

Morgan Melancon

G

5’0

SR

Walker, LA

12

Shontae Dillon

G

5’4

FR

Marrero, LA

13

Kelsie Ruff

G

5’6

JR

Huntsville, AL

15

Sharifa Chandler

G

5’7

FR

Atlanta, GA

21

Lauren Bethly

G

5’4

FR

Baton Rouge, LA

22

Briana Edwards

G/F

5’8

FR

Ocean Springs, MS

31

Courtney Bayliss

F

6’0

FR

Perth, Western Australia

34

Daphnee Frieson

P

6’4

SR

Mobile, AL

42

Danielle Dixon

F

5’9

FR

Marrero, LA

52

Alice Honnery

P

6’2

SR

New South Wales, Australia

RS

Christelle Willis

P

6’1

FR

Hollywood, FL

RS

Shaunette Battle

G

5’6

FR

Mobile, AL

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2011-12 UMobile Roster

No.


#52 Class: Senior Position: Post Major: HPES Hometown: Armidale, NSW, Australia

Player Profiles

Personal: HPES major 2010-11: Honorable Mention NAIA All-American ... 1st-Team All-SSAC ... SSAC West Defensive Player of the Year ... Averaged a double-double of 11.7 points and 10.6 rebounds ... Career-high 26 points v. Spring Hill ... Matched career-high of 17 rebounds three times ... 13 double-doubles... 5+ blocks in 15 games

High School: O’Connor College Previous School: N/A Parents: Helen and Ray Honnery

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 blocked 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 Other: Favorite athlete is Lauren Jackson ... Favorite professional team is the Seattle Storm ... Favorite homecooked meal is roast lamb ... Favorite movie is “Finding Nemo” ... Favorite ice cream is strawberry ... Can shake her eyes ... Dream job is to teach in Australia ... Favorite candy is Laffy Taffy

#11 Class: Senior Position: Guard Major: Accounting Hometown: Walker, LA

Personal: Accounting major ... Enjoys fishing 2010-11: Set career-high with 25 points Jan. 20 v. AuburnMontgomery after hitting 6-of-10 from 3-point range... Career-high 6 rebounds v. Concordia-Selma Dec. 10... Career-high 6 steals v. Spring Hill Jan. 27... Currently 4th in career 3’s made at UMobile... 6th in career assists

High School: Walker Previous School: N/A Parents: Ralph and Rhonda Melancon

2009-10: Scored 10+ points in nine games .. Season-best 17 points v. Dillard ... 5 or more assists seven times ... 28 assists over the last five games 2008-09: Played in 32 games ... Four or more assists in 9 games ... Seasonhigh 9 assists v. Tougaloo High School: Played basketball under Coaches Shawn Brown and John McMillan ... Played softball

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under Coach Ricky Reine ... Ran track under Coach Will Silk ... Rookie of the Year ... All-District and All-Parish three years Other: Favorite athlete is Becky Hammon ... Favorite home-cooked meal is green bean casserole and pastalya ... Favorite movie is “The Pistol” ... Celebrity dream date is Chris Paul ... Favorite ice cream is mint ... Can whistle like a bird


#4 Class: Senior Position: Guard Major: Psychology Hometown: Marietta, GA

High School: Pope Previous School: Shelton State CC Parents: Jay and Leslie Michael

3-pointers made ... All-Tournament Team

2010-11: Set school record with 7 3-pointers made v. Martin Methodist and scored 28 in that game ... Double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds v. Southern Wesleyan ... 4+ assists in six games

High School: Played softball under Coach Pat Abney ... Played basketball under Coach Courtney Harris ... Played lacrosse under Coach Monica Erwin ... MVP and All-County Player of the Year in softball ... Broke school record for steals in basketball ... MVP and Team Captain

Previous College: Shelton State CC ... Team Captain ... Led Region in

RS

#31

Class: Freshman Position: Guard Hometown: Mobile, AL Personal: Native of Mobile, AL ... Daughter of Shaundra B. Dortch ... Nursing major ... Enjoys basketball, dancing and texting High School: McGill-Toolen ... Played basketball under Coach Carla Berry ... Best Defensive Player ... Best Team Player Other: Favorite athlete is Lebron James ... Favorite professional team is the Miami Heat ... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti ... Favorite TV shows are “Basketball Wives” and “Bad Girls Club” ... Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” ... Celebrity dream date is Chris Brown ... Dream job is to be a pediatrician

Other: Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite homecooked meal is spaghetti supreme with peaches ... Favorite TV shows are “Army Wives” and “How I Met Your Mother” ... Celebrity dream date is Freddie Freeman ... Greatest athletic achievement was winning two State Championships in JUCO ... Dream job is to be a sports psychologist for professional athletes

Class: Freshman Position: Forward Hometown: Perth, Western Australia Personal: Native of Perth, Western Australia ... Daughter of Deidre Fucile and Mark Bayliss ... HPES major High School: St. Norbert College ... Played basketball under Coach Erica Bursey ... 3-Time MVP Other: Favorite athletes are Lauren Jackson and Penny Taylor ... Favorite professional team is the San Antonio Spurs ... Favorite home-cooked meal is stir-fry ... Favorite TV show is “One Tree Hill” ... Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” ... Celebrity dream date is Chad Michael Murray ... Dream job is to work in sports

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Player Profiles

Personal: Psychology major ... Sociology minor


#21

#15

Player Profiles

Class: Freshman Position: Guard Hometown: Baton Rouge, LA

Class: Freshman Position: Guard Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Personal: Daughter of Thomas and Judy Bethly ... Nursing major ... Enjoys exercising, watching movies and reading

Personal: Native of Atlanta, GA ... Daughter of Karen Holmes and Michael Chandler ... Undecided upon a major

High School: McKinley ... Played basketball under Coach Corey Grant ... MVP of District 4A ... All-Metro ... All-District ... All-State Honorable Mention ... Avg 15 ppg

High School: Westlake ... Played basketball under Coach Hilda Hankerson ... Played softball under Coach William Jucks ... Rookie of the Year ... Gold Glove

Other: Favorite athlete is Cappie Pondexter ... Favorite professional teams are Minnesota Lynx and New Orleans Hornets ... Favorite home-cooked meal is homemade turkey burgers ... Favorite TV shows are “American Dad” and “Trauma: Life in the ER” ... Favorite movie is “No Country for Old Men” ... Greatest athletic achievement was winning District MVP as a senior ... Has played piano for 10 years ... Dream job is to be a neo-natal nurse practitioner or play professional basketball overseas

Other: Favorite athlete is Larry Bird ... Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite home-cooked meal is jerk chicken, peas and rice ... Favorite TV show is “Bones” ... Favorite movie is “Get Rich or Die Trying”

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#42

Class: Freshman Position: Guard Hometown: Marrero, LA

Class: Freshman Position: Forward Hometown: Marrero, LA

Personal: Native of New Orleans, LA ... Daughter of Etta Dillon ... Accounting major ... Enjoys basketball, texting and talking on the phone

Personal: Native of Marrero, LA ... Daughter of Shantell and Norman Dixon ... Elementary Education major ... Enjoys basketball, reading and volleyball

High School: L.W. Higgins ... Played basketball under Coach Harlin Miller ... Played volleyball and softball ... 3-Time AllState ... 3-Time leading scorer

High School: Ursuline Academy ... Played basketball under Coach Joey Favalora ... All-District ... Team MIP ... Team MVP

Other: Favorite athlete is Allen Iverson ... Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite home-cooked meal is gumbo ... Favorite TV show is “Degrassi: The Next Generation” ... Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” ... Celebrity dream date is Chris Brown ... Favorite ice cream is cookies and cream ... Greatest athletic achievement was scoring 1,000 points in high school ... Dream job is to play professional basketball

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Other: Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti ... Favorite TV show is “Single Ladies” ... Favorite movie is “The Wood” ... Celebrity dream date is Blake Griffin ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate chip ... Dream job is to teach elementary at a private school ... Favorite candy is Airheads


#22

#5

Class: Freshman Position: Forward Hometown: Ocean Springs, MS Personal: Native of Ocean Springs, MS ... Daughter of Vanessa and Keith Edwards ... HPES major High School: Ocean Springs ... Played basketball under Coach Tim Bryant ... All-Coast for four years

Personal: Native of Heflin, AL ... Daughter of Dwayne and Robin Morrison ... Biology major ... Enjoys fishing and water skiing Mobile: Scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in 12 games of action as a freshman... Season-high of 4 rebounds Feb. 24 v. Faulkner High School: Cleburne County ... Played basketball under Coach Bronson Ward ... Played golf under Coach Doug Ward ... Cheerleading under Coach Kelly Payton ... All-Area for four years ... Team Captain ... MVP as a senior Other: Favorite athlete is Ray Allen ... Favorite book is The Bible ... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak and mashed potatoes ... Favorite TV show is “Jersey Shore” ... Favorite movie is “Pride and Prejudice” ... Celebrity dream date is Ryan Reynolds ... Dream job is to coach and teach

#13

#3

Class: Junior Position: Guard Hometown: Huntsville, AL Personal: Enjoys sports, dancing, car singing and math Mobile: Played in 39 games over two seasons while also playing for the Lady Rams’ soccer team... Scored 61 points, dished out 65 assists and grabbed 52 rebounds in her career... Career-highs of 6 steals, 7 assists and 7 rebounds High School: Ran track and played soccer, basketball and volleyball ... Team Captain in soccer, basketball and volleyball ... MVP soccer and volleyball ... Defensive MVP basketball ... Most Distinguished Athlete volleyball ... Two-Time State Champion in track Other: Favorite athlete is Steve Nash ... Greatest athletic achievement was being named Athlete of the Year ... Favorite home-cooked meal is lasagna ... Favorite TV show is “So You Think You Can Dance” ... Can’t live without laughing

Class: Sophomore Position: Forward Hometown: Belgrade, Serbia Personal: Native of Belegrade, Serbia ... Daughter of Goran and Natalija ... Communications major ... Political Science minor ... Enjoys reading and playing the piano Mobile: Scored 80 points and grabbed 80 rebounds in her first season at UMobile... Season-high of 10 points Feb. 26 v. Loyola... Scored 9 points v. Xavier Feb. 17... Season-high of 7 rebounds Nov. 1 v. Tougaloo and Feb. 26 v. Loyola High School: Gimnazija Becej ... Played basketball ... Went to Regional Tournament every year Other: Favorite athlete is Carmelo Anthony ... Favorite professional team is the Dallas Mavericks ... Favorite homecooked meal is sarma ... Favorite TV shows are “How I Met Your Mother” and “Criminal Minds” ... Favorite movies are “Eat, Pray, Love” and “Remember Me” ... Celebrity dream date is Shemar Moore ... Dream job is to be a journalist

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Player Profiles

Other: Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Favorite professional team is the LA Lakers ... Favorite home-cooked meal is fried chicken ... Favorite TV show is “Jersey Shore” ... Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” ... Celebrity dream date is Reggie Bush ... Dream job is to coach basketball ... Favorite candy is Jolly Ranchers

Class: Sophomore Position: Guard Hometown: Heflin, AL


#10

RS

Player Profiles

Class: Sophomore Position: Forward Hometown: Wilsonville, AL

Class: Freshman Position: Post Hometown: Hollywood, FL

Personal: Native of Wilsonville, AL ... Daughter of Tom and Ginger Vigneulle ... Physical Education major ... Coaching minor

Personal: Native of Hollywood, FL ... Daughter of Marjorie Williams and James Willis ... Biology major ... Enjoys basketball, swimming and dancing

Mobile: Saw action in 11 games as a freshman... Went 4-of-7 from the floor... Scored 10 points and collected 4 rebounds... 4 points v. Selma Nov. 6

High School: South Broward ... Played basketball under Coach Sharlene Ferguson and Coach Richard Walker ... 6A State Champions 2008

High School: Hope Christian ... Played basketball under Coach Tom Vigneulle ... All-State three years ... MVP for nationals ... NACA All-American ... Team Captain ... All National Tournament Team two years

Other: Favorite athlete is Maya Moore ... Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite home-cooked meal is baked ziti ... Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” ... Favorite ice cream is banana ... Dream job is to be a dentist

Other: Favorite athlete is Ruth Ketcham ... Favorite book is The Bible ... Favorite home-cooked meal is homemade pizza and bread sticks ... Favorite TV show is “American Idol” ... Favorite movie is “Glory Road” ... Favorite ice cream is Butterfinger ... Is good at video editing ... Dream job is to coach girls basketball

2010-11 UMobile Women’s Basketball Statistics #

Player

GP MIN

FG

FGA

PCT

3PT

3

3PTA PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

Leana Tajkov

27

11.5

35

75

.467

0

0

4

Allison Michael

24

20.0

41

134

.306

24

5

Crosby Morrison

12

5.5

4

12

.333

10

Judi Vigneulle

11

5.3

4

7

11 Morgan Melancon

28

26.8

52

12

Morgan Crawford

25

13.5

13

Kelsie Ruff

21

14

Jessica Palmer

15

R/G

A

TO

B

ST

P/G

.000

10

21

.476

23

57

3.0

4

50

5

8

3.0

94

.255

27

40

.675

11

39

2.1

44

44

0

21

5.5

2

5

.400

6

7

.857

5

5

0.8

5

12

1

2

1.3

.571

1

2

.500

1

2

.500

2

2

0.4

2

1

0

2

0.9

138

.377

42

113

.372

45

62

.726

3

45

1.7

94

91

1

33

6.8

47

115

.409

12

33

.364

46

75

.613

9

20

1.2

52

76

4

18

6.1

15.3

12

39

.308

2

6

.333

11

16

.688

6

16

1.0

47

42

0

14

1.8

3

6.7

1

8

.125

1

4

.250

0

0

.000

2

1

1.0

0

4

0

0

1.0

Anna Maddox

21

20.6

55

129

.426

1

6

.167

31

48

.646

10

38

2.3

51

52

8

33

6.8

20

Kyndra Davis

23

8.1

17

58

.293

9

34

.265

6

10

.600

4

18

1.0

6

45

0

5

2.1

21

Alyssa Lane

28

25.4

106

251

.422

33

90

.367

38

48

.792

18

76

3.4

39

43

9

16

10.1

23

Monet Kearse

22

7.8

14

44

.318

0

1

.000

1

6

.167

10

22

1.5

7

28

0

4

1.3

25

Adrienne Mackay

28

27.0

151

285

.530

0

2

.000

63

124

.508

80

169

8.9

46

92

3

56

13.0

31

Jana Rastovic

9

10.5

8

25

.320

0

0

.000

11

17

.647

10

25

3.9

6

11

8

1

3.0

32

Qiana Lambert

3

11.8

6

14

.429

1

5

.200

1

4

.250

2

5

2.3

3

6

0

3

4.7

34

Hillary Dedeaux

10

6.8

10

19

.526

0

0

.000

3

7

.429

7

7

1.4

0

10

0

3

2.3

52

Alice Honnery

28

28.6

141

253

.557

4

12

.333

41

101

.406

69

229

10.6

69

83

117

37

11.7

8

OFF DEF


Date

Opponent

Score

W

Record

Leading Scorer

Leading Reb

Leading Assists

a

Tougaloo College

68-60

W

1-0

(16) Michael

(17) Honnery

(2) Melancon

11/05/10

h

Martin Methodist

84-76

W

2-0

(28) Michael

(13) Mackay

(5) Honnery

11/06/10

h

Selma

86-31

W

3-0

(12) Mackay

(11) Mackay

(6) Melancon

11/19/10

a

Lee University

60-70

L

3-1

(13) Crawford

(15) Honnery

(2) Michael

11/20/10

a

Shorter University

48-69

L

3-2

(16) Honnery

(11) Mackay

(3) Mackay

11/26/10

a

Arkansas-Monticello

66-65

W

4-2

(18) Lane

(11) Honnery

(5) Michael

11/27/10

n

Ouachita Baptist

57-73

L

4-3

(21) Mackay

(12) Rastovic

(3) Honnery

12/03/10

h

Brewton-Parker

86-76

W

5-3

(22) Mackay

(17) Honnery

(5) Ruff

12/04/10

h

Brenau University

72-49

W

6-3

(16) Lane

(7) Michael

(6) Melancon

12/10/10

h

Concordia-Selma

79-30

W

7-3

(18) Mackay

(13) Honnery

(6) Maddox

01/04/11

h

Tougaloo College

64-58

W

8-3

(14) Lane

(14) Honnery

(6) Ruff

01/08/11

h

West Florida

68-65

W

9-3

(17) Mackay

(10) Honnery

(6) Crawford

01/13/11

h

William Carey Univ

79-76

W

10-3, 1-0

(15) Melancon

(12) Honnery

(6) Melancon

01/15/11

a

Belhaven University

73-88

L

10-4, 1-1

(18) Crawford

(11) Mackay

3 players with 4

01/20/11

h

Auburn-Montgomery

65-58

W

11-4, 2-1

(25) Melancon

(10) Mackay

(5) Honnery

01/24/11

a

Xavier University

47-48

L

11-5

(14) Honnery

(17) Honnery

(3) Maddox

01/27/11

h

Spring Hill College

68-65

W

12-5, 3-1

(26) Honnery

(13) Honnery

(7) Melancon

01/29/11

h

Faulkner University

81-86

L

12-6, 3-2

(23) Mackay

(10) Honnery

(7) Ruff

02/03/11

a

Loyola University

65-85

L

12-7, 3-3

(18) Melancon

(11) Mackay

(4) Maddox

02/05/11

a

William Carey Univ

54-62

L

12-8, 3-4

(15) Honnery

(13) Mackay

(3) Ruff, Mackay

02/10/11

h

Belhaven University

52-77

L

12-9, 3-5

(11) Mackay

(12) Honnery

(5) Maddox

02/12/11

a

Auburn-Montgomery

66-63

W

13-9, 4-5

(16) Honnery

(10) Mackay

(5) Melancon

02/17/11

h

Xavier University

63-59

W

14-9

(15) Honnery

(13) Honnery

(6) Honnery

02/19/11

a

Spring Hill College

72-62

W

15-9, 5-5

(21) Honnery

(15) Honnery

(5) Melancon

02/24/11

a

Faulkner University

71-78

L

15-10, 5-6

(20) Mackay

(13) Mackay

(4) Honnery

02/26/11

h

Loyola University

72-69

W

16-10, 6-6

(20) Mackay

(13) Honnery

3 players with 5

03/02/11

n

Southern Wesleyan

64-55

W

17-10

(25) Lane

(10) Michael

(8) Melancon

03/03/11

n

Belhaven University

51-55

L

17-11

(18) Mackay

(14) Mackay

(3) Crawford

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2010-11 Results

11/01/10


UMobile Honor Roll

All-Conference Adrienne Mackay (11) Alice Honnery (10-11) 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)

Jennifer Wasson (90-92) Wynonna Goldsmith (89-90) Robin Bryant (89-90) Lisa Bardge (88-89) GCAC Newcomer of the Year Shanelle Stallworth (01-02) Edmarie Lumbsley (00-01) Monique McKenzie (98-99) NAIA All-American Alice Honnery (11) Danielle Goodly (09) Crystal Coston (03-06) Kinga Rybarczyk (05-06) Shanelle Stallworth (02) Edmarie Lumbsley (01-02) Olivia Crawford (99) Bernadette Powe (97) Kodak All-American Crystal Coston (04-06)

Edmarie Lumbsley (01-02) 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)

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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UM Career Ranks 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

Other Top Scorers 8. Edmarie Lumbsley 2000-02 9. Sherri McIntosh 2006-09 10. Rheonda Leary 2003-07 11. Lisa Bardge 1987-89

2,073 1,460 1,441 1,433 1,386 1,303 1,299 941 940 928 870

2002-06 1,259 1996-00 1,011 1992-97 902 2006-09 695 1998-02 639 2002-06 630 2000-02 581 2009-11 558 2005-09 516 2003-07 502 1987-91 487 1989-93 457 2000-04 452

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

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

770 610 599 576 517 492 453 387 383 381 380 1,419 1,256 1,171 1,115 1,077 989 969 860 797 768 728

140 117 106 105 101 98

Three Point Field Goal Attempted 1. Laurie Simon 1999-03 2. Lindsay Grant 1990-93 3. Morgan Melancon 2008-11 4. Jessica Barber 2001-05 5. Misty Ferguson 1993-95 6. Danielle Goodly 2005-09 7. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93

400 319 318 311 290 275 274

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. Morgan Melancon 2008-11 7. Desiree’ Christen 1998-02 8. Patricia Troullier 1987-89 9. Monique McKenzie1998-00 10. Lindsay Grant 1995-99 11. Robin Bryant 1988-90

384 330 328 297 288 264 218 250 248 246 231

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

291 263 242 229 192

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

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Blocked Shots 1. Alice Honnery 2. Edmarie Lumbsley 3. Kristie Dreher 4. Shanelle Stallworth T5. Bernadette Powe T5. Olivia Crawford 7. Sherri McIntosh

2009-11 2000-02 1994-97 2001-03 1992-97 1996-00 2006-09

252 188 91 81 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

Single-Season Marks 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

2004-05

Most Free Throws Attempted 277 Crystal Coston 2004-05 Highest FT Percentage (Min. 35) .857 Stephanie Wingate 1991-92 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 69 Laurie Simon 2002-03 Most 3PT Field Goals Attempted 197 Laurie Simon 2002-03 Highest 3PT Field Goal Percentage .456 Laurie Simon 2001-02 (36-of-79)

All-Time Records

Rebounds 1. Crystal Coston 2. Olivia Crawford 3. Bernadette Powe 4. Sherri McIntosh 5. Desireé Christen 6. Kinga Rybarcyzk 7. Edmarie Lumbsley 8. Alice Honnery 9. Danielle Goodly 10. Rheonda Leary 11. Beth Wasson 12. Jennifer Wasson 13. Trevor Chandler

Three-Point Field Goal Made 1. Laurie Simon 1999-03 2. Monica Evetts 1990-93 3. Misty Ferguson 1993-95 4. Morgan Melancon 2008-11 5. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93 6. Lindsay Grant 1995-99


All-Time Records

Most Rebounds 379 Crystal Coston

2004-05

Highest Rebound Average 11.1 Crystal Coston

2004-05

Most Assists 175 Yolanda Brundidge

1994-95

Highest Assist Average 5.7 Stephanie Jackson

1992-93

Most Blocked Shots 135 Alice Honnery

2009-10

Most Steals 107 Danielle Goodly

2007-08

Most Personal Fouls 112 Shanelle Stallworth

2001-02

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

Most Field Goals Att Single Game 34 Gerica Johnson Nov. 16, 2009 vs. West Florida Most 3PT Field Goals Made Single Gm 7 Allison Michael Nov. 5, 2010 vs. Martin Methodist 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 Most Blocked Shots Single Game 12 Alice Honnery Jan. 30, 2010 vs. Spring Hill College

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

Fewest Points Scored Single Game 36 vs. Belhaven College (1994-95) Most Points Allowed Single Game 111 vs. Belhaven College (Feb. 17, 2005) Fewest Points Allowed Single Game 16 vs. LSU-Shreveport (Nov. 16, 1994) Most Rebounds Single Game 75 vs. Concordia-Selma (Dec. 10, 2010) Most Field Goals Made Single Game 44 vs. Clearwater Christian College Most Field Goals Att Single Game 93 vs. Judson College Most Steals Single Game 27 Twice Most Assists Single Game 29 vs. Tougaloo College

Team Single-Game Most Points Scored Single Game 120 vs. Knoxville College (Dec. 17, 1999)

Single-Season Team Records Most Victories Most Losses Most Games Played Most Points Scored Fewest Points Scored Most Points Allowed Fewest Points Allowed Highest Game Average Lowest Game Average Highest Game Average Allowed Lowest Game Average Allowed Most Field Goals Made Most Field Goals Attempted Highest Field Goal Percentage Lowest Field Goal Percentage Most Field Goals Allowed Fewest Field Goals Allowed Highest Field Goal % Allowed

30 23 36 2,679 1,841 2,377 1,764 74.6 59.8 74.3 55.9 988 2,142 .473 .346 902 639 .441

2001-02 1987-88 2001-02 2001-02 2009-10 1998-99 2009-10 1992-93 1987-88 1998-99 2001-02 2001-02 1988-89 2004-05 1994-95 1988-89 1994-95 2008-09

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Lowest Field Goal % Allowed .342 Most Free Throws Made 580 Most Free Throws Attempted 817 Highest Free Throw Percentage .742 Lowest Free Throw Percentage .565 Most 3PT Field Goals Made 141 Fewest 3PT Field Goals Made 16 Most 3PT Field Goals Attempted 448 Fewest 3PT Field Goals Attempted 65 Highest 3PT Field Goal Percentage .421 Lowest 3PT Field Goal Percentage .246 Highest 3PT Field Goal % Allowed .380 Lowest 3PT Field Goal % Allowed .187 Most Rebounds 1,583 Most Assists 610 Most Steals 615 Most Fouls 687 Most Blocked Shots 181

2001-02 2001-02 2004-05 1991-92 1994-95 2002-03 1987-88 2002-03 1987-88 1992-93 1987-88 1988-89 1994-95 2001-02 2001-02 1994-95 1988-89 2009-10


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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

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

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

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

1989-90 15-13, 11-5 GCAC

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

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

Judson College UWF Judson College Montevallo Talladega College AUM

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

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

86-62

1992-93 22-9, 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

1993-94 15-16, 5-11 GCAC 92-56 87-68 77-47 78-52 65-64 62-61

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

W W W L W W

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

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

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

1994-95 24-8, 13-3 GCAC

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2003-04 16-14, 10-8 GCAC

NAIA National Tournament L Carroll College 67-72

W Oakwood College 83-24 W Ga. Southwestern 53-51 W S. Poly. St. Univ. 80-61 L Campbellsville U. 68-49 W Lindsey Wilson 69-67 L UWF 62-58 W Millsaps College 72-47 L AUM 59-57 L AUM 58-53 W Millsaps College 73-58 L U. of West Alabama 74-57 W SUNO 65-49 W William Carey 67-66 W Loyola University 74-69 W Dillard University 57-51 L Belhaven College 64-58 W LSU-Shreveport 70-45 W Tougaloo College 57-48 L Xavier University 71-61 L Spring Hill College 72-60 W Belhaven College 63-61 L Dillard University 55-51 L LSU-Shreveport 55-54 L Loyola University 67-65 W William Carey 87-62 L Xavier University 66-49 2002-03 W Tougaloo College 81-68 W SUNO 78-76 22-13, 9-7 GCAC Spring Hill College 75-71 W Shorter College 53-51 L W Berry College 78-71 Conference Tournament Spring Hill College 75-67 L Campbellsville Univ. 84-66 L L AUM 57-51 W Oakwood College 81-40 2004-05 L AUM 56-36 25-9, 14-4 GCAC W Huntingdon College 81-52 W Campbellsville 75-70 W Univ. of West Ala. 83-78 W Blue Mountain 68-67 W Lambuth University 72-49 L AUM 56-58 W Shorter College 65-37 W Reinhardt College 55-53 W Brescia University 66-51 L Berry College 51-76 L Okla. Christian Univ. 81-71 W Nicholls State 59-57 W Bethel College 89-70 W AUM 61-55 W Ark. Baptist College 87-49 W Stillman College 86-58 W Berry College 68-59 W Freed-Hardeman 76-70 L William Carey 94-86 W Georgetown College 98-96 L Dillard University 84-70 L Evangel University 53-72 W Tougaloo College 57-25 W Westminster College 70-48 L Xavier University 63-53 W Dillard University 66-63 W SUNO 66-53 W William Carey 86-70 W Loyola University 79-50 W Loyola University 84-75 L Spring Hill College 63-55 W Belhaven College 86-67 W Belhaven College 75-68 W LSU-Shreveport 73-66 W Tougaloo College 58-52 L Xavier University 61-67 L Xavier University 65-50 W Tougaloo College 71-59 W William Carey 71-56 W SUNO 71-69 W Loyola University 75-55 W Spring Hill College 81-71 L SUNO 63-57 L Dillard University 80-82 W Belhaven College 64-62 W William Carey 85-79 L Dillard University 64-61 L Loyola University 56-79 W Spring Hill College 71-57 W LSU-Shreveport 78-73 GCAC Tournament W Tougaloo College 72-64 W Belhaven College 64-60 L Belhaven College 109-111 W Xavier University 71-70 W Xavier University 85-81 L Dillard University 56-51 W SUNO 83-76 NAIA National Tournament W Spring Hill College 58-53 L Vanguard University 62-48 GCAC Tournament W W L

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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 73-62 L 82-73 L 63-78

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

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


GCAC Tournament W LSU-Shreveport L Loyola University

All-Time Results

W LSU-Shreveport 78-65 L Loyola Univ. 63-75 W Belhaven College W Spring Hill College L LSU-Shreveport 2007-08 L West Alabama 18-14, 13-5 GCAC W Dillard Univ. L Cumberland Univ. 67-72 W William Carey L Freed-Hardeman 65-75 L Loyola Univ. W AUM 60-58 W SUNO L Alabama State 60-69 W Tougaloo L Southern Nazarene 52-71 W Xavier Univ. W Concordia 70-62 W Spring Hill College L West Florida 70-74 L Belhaven College L AUM 53-64 GCAC Tournament W Montevallo 92-81 W Belhaven College L Miles College 52-57 L Xavier Univ. W Berry College 72-64 W William Carey 69-61 W Tougaloo 84-79 2008-09 W Dillard Univ. 75-57 14-18, 6-12 GCAC W SUNO 85-51 W Wesley College L Xavier Univ. 70-73 W AUM

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

W W L L W W L L W L W W L L L 91-61 W 72-74 L W L W L 93-49 L 73-66

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 W Loyola L Belhaven College 71-75 W Dillard Univ. L LSU-Shreveport 80-81 L Tougaloo College L Xavier Univ. 65-74 W Belhaven Univ. L Tougaloo College 68-74 L Xavier Univ. W Spring Hill College 82-74 L LSU-Shreveport L William Carey GCAC Tournament W Dillard Univ. 93-69 L SUNO L Loyola Univ. 62-80 W Spring Hill L Tougaloo College L Loyola Univ. 2009-10 W Dillard Univ. 17-12, 9-9 GCAC W SUNO W Martin Methodist 74-55 L LSU-Shreveport W Talladega College 62-43 W William Carey L AUM 57-63 L Xavier Univ. W AUM 54-47 W Belhaven Univ. W West Florida 81-76 W Spring Hill W Ark-Monticello 68-66 GCAC Tournament W SAU 61-60 L Loyola Univ. W Aquinas College 80-56 L Davenport 68-89 W Concorida-Selma 112-58

64-55 69-64 68-75 52-44 50-69 44-57 55-63 60-67 63-55 58-63 45-57 50-41 62-59 61-85 74-38 52-64 78-62 71-58 48-75

All-Time Record V. Opponents Alabama State University 1-2 Arkansas Baptist College 1-0 Arkansas-Monticello 1-0 Auburn University-Montgomery 15-27 Belhaven College 31-12 Belmont University 0-1 Berry College 8-5 Bethel College 1-0 Blackburn College 1-0 Blue Mountain College 2-0 Brenau University 1-0 Brescia University 1-0 Brewton-Parker 1-0 Campbellsville University 1-3 Carroll College 0-1 Christian Brothers University 2-0 Clearwater Christian College 1-0 College of the Ozarks 1-0 Columbus State 0-1 Concordia-Selma 2-0 Cumberland College 0-2 Cumberland University 0-2 David Lipscomb University 0-2 Delta State University 0-3 Dillard University 29-16

Emmanuel College 1-0 Evangel University 0-1 Faulkner University 0-2 Florida Memorial College 1-0 Fontbonne College 1-0 Franklin College 1-0 Freed-Hardeman University 2-3 Georgia College & State 0-1 Georgetown College 3-0 Georgia Southwestern University 5-2 Hastings College 0-1 Huntingdon College 2-0 Jacksonville State University 0-3 Judson College 12-0 Kennesaw State University 0-2 Knoxville College 1-0 Lambuth University 1-1 Lee University 0-3 Life University 1-1 Lindsey Wilson College 1-1 Louisiana Christian College 1-0 Louisiana College 9-18 Louisiana State Univ. - Shreveport 11-4 Loyola University - New Orleans 20-14 Martin Methodist 1-0

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Malloy College 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 Ouachita Baptist 0-1 Prairie View A&M University 0-1 Reinhardt College 1-0 Savannah College of Arts & Design 1-0 Schreiner College 1-0 Selma University 2-0 Shorter College 4-5 Southeastern Louisiana University 1-6 Southern Nazarene University 0-1 Southern Polytechnic State 1-0 Southern Univ - New Orleans 31-11 Southern Wesleyan 1-0 Southwestern Oklahoma Univ 0-1 Spring Hill College 37-16

St. Edwards University 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

0-1 1-0 1-0 8-3 41-6 0-2 4-1 1-1 6-14 0-1 0-4 13-17 0-1 2-0 1-0 2-3 34-16 1-0 1-0 16-36



2011-12 UMobile Women's Basketball Media Guide