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UMobile Athletics -A Rich History-

Men’s Tennis (1993 & 97), Women’s Tennis (1994), Men’s Golf (1997), Women’s Soccer (1997), Women’s Golf (1998), Men’s Soccer (2002), Softball (2006)

• 13 Intercollegiate Sports M&W Cross Country, M&W Golf, M&W Tennis, M&W Soccer, M&W Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball

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101 Conference/District Titles 327 NAIA All-Americans 129 Academic All-Americans 1985 Bill Elder Hired As First AD 1986 Men’s Golf & Men’s Tennis Started As School’s First Sports • 3 NAIA Hall-of-Famers Bill Elder (95), Terry Hopper (06), Peter Fuller (12)

• 13 NAIA Runner-Up Finishes

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• 8 NAIA National Championships

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2013-14 Schedule

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Date Nov. 2 Nov. 8 Nov. 11 Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Dec. 5 Dec. 16 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 5-8 Mar. 18-25

Day Saturday Friday Monday Friday Saturday Tuesday Friday Saturday Thursday Monday Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday

Opponent Location Univ. of South Alabama (Exh) Mobile, Ala. Univ. of Southeastern LA (Exh) Hammond, La. Xavier University HOME Coastal Georgia* Brunswick, Ga. Brewton-Parker* Mt. Vernon, Ga. Alabama State (Exh) Montgomery, Ala. Southern Poly* HOME Brenau University* HOME Tuskegee University Tuskegee, Ala. Tougaloo College Jackson, Miss. Tennessee Temple University HOME Lindsey Wilson College HOME Xavier University New Orleans, La. LSU-Shreveport New Orleans, La. Tougaloo College HOME Faulkner University* Montgomery, Ala. Auburn-Montgomery* HOME Spring Hill College* Mobile, Ala. Bethel University* HOME Loyola University* HOME Martin Methodist College* McKenzie, Tenn. Belhaven University* HOME Blue Mountain College* Blue Mountain, Miss. William Carey University* HOME Spring Hill College* HOME Loyola University* New Orleans, La. Martin Methodist College* HOME Belhaven University* Jackson, Miss. Blue Mountain College* HOME William Carey University* Hattiesburg, Miss. Bethel University* Bethel, Tenn. SSAC Tournament Montgomery, Ala. NAIA National Tournament Frankfort, Ky.

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University of Mobile Rams

University Information Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Home Court Seating Capacity Affiliation Conference President Athletics Director Administrative Assistant Athletic Dept. Phone Athletic Dept. Fax Twitter Facebook YouTube Instagram Web Site

Mobile, Ala. 1961 1,610 Rams and Lady Rams Maroon & Black H. Austill Pharr Gymnasium 977 NAIA Southern States Athletic Dr. Mark Foley Joe Niland Sally Shouppe 251-442-2278 251-442-2499 @MobileRams University of Mobile Rams MobileRamsOfficial MobileRams www.umobilerams.com

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

Billy Evans Northeast Louisiana '77 251-442-2400 1 16-15 12 182-178 Courtney Ward 251-442-2260 1

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

Melissa Thomas 251-442-2561 Jacob Lewis 251-442-2361

Mobile Press-Register Randy Kennedy 401 N. Water St. Mobile, Ala. 36602 T: 251-219-5689 W: www.al.com

WPMI NBC-15 Sports Clement Townsend 615 Azalea Rd. Mobile, Ala. 36609 T: 251-602-1557 W: www.local15tv.com

Call News Willie Gray 7870 State St. Citronelle, Ala. 36522 T: 251-866-5998 W: www.thecallnews.com

WKRG-CBS-5 Sports Randy Patrick 555 Broadcast Dr. Mobile, Ala. 36606 T: 251-662-3003 W: www.wkrg.com

Tri-City Review Rick Cauley 328 Hwy 43 S. Saraland, Ala. 36571 T: 251-679-5975 W: www.tri-cityreview.com

WNSP 105.5 FM Sports Lee Shirvanian 1100 E Dauphin St. Mobile, Ala. 36604 T: 251-438-5460 W: www.wnsp.com

Fox 10 Sports Simone Eli 1501 Satchel Paige Dr. Mobile, Ala. 36606 T: 251-434-1065 W: www.fox10tv.com

NuzzApp Christopher Powell P.O. Box 1313 Mobile, Ala. 36633 www.nuzzapp.com

Team Information 2012-13 Overall Record Conference Record Final Ranking Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

16-15 9-9 N/A 2/10 1/4

1987-88 466-342 6/2006 3 (1991, 2002, 2006)

Deonica McCormick Molly Speed

Key Newcomers Cierra Anderson (6-3, F/C) Kali Koenig (5-6, G) Alicia Curry (6-4, F) Jammieca Hudson (5-9, G)

2013 All-Conference 14.2 PPG, 4.8 RPG 2013 SSAC All-Freshman 7.3 PPG, 42 3-PT Made

Vaughan, Miss. Mandeville, La. Compton, Calif. Jackson, Miss.

Key Losses Briana Edwards Shontae Dillon Courtney Bayliss

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Key Returners

Team History First Year of Women’s Basketball All-Time Record NAIA Tournament Appearances/Last Conference Championships

Media Outlets

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UMobile Staff

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Amber Campbell Volleyball

Jon Campbell Volleyball

BJ Darawich Softball

Billy Evans Women’s Basketball

Matthew Hicks Sports Information

Mike Jacobs Baseball

Shaddrick Jenkins Men’s Basketball

Jacob Lewis Athletic Training

Terri McCormick Softball

Joe Niland Men’s Basketball

Colby Odom Golf

Roy Patton Men’s Soccer

Brian Person Women’s Soccer

Jon Seymour Baseball

Administrative Assistant

Alastair Stevenson Cross Country

Melissa Thomas Athletic Training

Uwe Tittl Tennis

Courtney Ward Women’s Basketball

Michael Watkins Baseball

Daniel Whelan Men’s Soccer

Kami Whiteis Cheerleading

Cameron Williams Women’s Soccer

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Sally Shouppe


University of Mobile Rams 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.

Administration

Vice Presidents

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Dr. Audrey Eubanks Vice President Academic Affairs

Mr. Steve Lee Vice President Business Affairs

Mrs. Kim Leousis Vice President Enrollment Management

Mr. Brian Boyle Vice President Institutional Advancement

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Billy Evans Head Women’s Basketball Coach (2nd season) • 182-178 overall Year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career Totals

School Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University Belhaven University University of Mobile

Record 13-13 17-12 10-20 11-20 11-16 9-20 14-15 17-14 14-17 24-9 26-7 16-15 182-178

Pct .500 .586 .333 .355 .407 .310 .483 .548 .452 .727 .788 .516 .506

Evans will begin his second season at the helm of the University of Mobile women’s basketball program after spending 11 seasons at conference rival Belhaven. Prior to taking over the Lady Rams’ program, he won 51 games over the past two seasons with the Blazers, and made back-to-back trips to the NAIA Women’s Basketball National Tournament. After going 16-15 in his first year at Mobile, Evans’ career record sits at 182-178. At Belhaven, he coached the past two SSAC Player of the Year winners and three NAIA All-Americans over the past two seasons, including a 1st-teamer in 2011-12. Evans’ teams have ranked in the Top-15 in turnover margin in the NAIA in each of the last five years and in the Top-17 in steals in each of the last four seasons. Prior to arriving at Belhaven, Evans spent the 2000-2001 season as an assistant with the Millsaps College women’s basketball program. A 1977 graduate of Northeast Louisiana University, he has been involved in coaching for more than 25 years, at both the high school and collegiate levels. He has served as head coach of men’s and women’s varsity basketball, tennis and track, as well as assistant coach for high school football and baseball.

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Evans served as head coach of the women’s basketball team at Northwest Rankin High School (Brandon, Mississippi) from 1994-2000. While at Northwest, he compiled an overall record of 94-54, and took the 1999 team to the state championship game for the first time in the school’s history.

Courtney Ward Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (2nd season) Ward will begin her second season as assistant coach at the University of Mobile after playing for Head Coach Billy Evans 2006-10. She graduated from Belhaven in May of 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in sports administration.

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During her four-year playing career with the Blazers, Ward appeared in 119 games, scoring 434 points, dishing out 332 assists, grabbing 289 rebounds and racking up 203 steals. Her best season came in 2009-10, when she finished with 161 points, 119 assists, 70 steals and 95 rebounds. She shot 79.5% from the free throw line that season.

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UMobile Women’s Basketball 2013-14 Season Preview Returning/Lost

Key Returners

1,377

10

945

571 181

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Players

Points

Rebounds

152 43

Assists

14.2 ppg, 4.8 rpg

By The Numbers

240

224

57

3PT Made

84

FT Made

Quotable “We think this season, with the addition of 11 new players and the return of five that were on the squad last year, that we can compete for the conference title,” -- Billy Evans Top Newcomers

Molly Speed 7.3 ppg, 42 3pt

Deonica McCormick

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Returning Players NCAA Affiliates Players Over 6’ Upperclassmen NAIA Tourney App. Opp. Under .500

8 9 14 17 182 466

Players From Mississippi Home Games Road Games Bill Evans Wins All-Time Wins

2013 Opponents 20+ Wins In 2012-13

Kali Koenig

Alicia Curry

Mandeville, La.

Compton, Calif.

National Tourney 2013-14 Preview

Cierra Anderson Vaughan, Miss.

Players Over 5’11

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2013-14 Roster

No. Name Pos. 1 Sydney Westry G 3 Arnissayur Robinson G 5 Jammieca Hudson G 10 Raven Lyons G 12 Molly Speed G 15 Kali Koenig G 20 Kierra Anderson F 21 Laura Beth Wright G 23 Alicia Curry F 32 Taron Bright F 33 Deonica McCormick G 34 Kyera Rowe F 42 Jakela Johnson F/C 52 Cierra Anderson F/C RS Carrie Coker G Head Coach: Billy Evans Assistant Coach: Courtney Ward Student Assistant: Danielle Dixon Manager: Ellen Black

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Ht. 5-4 5-9 5-9 5-4 5-11 5-6 6-1 5-8 6-4 6-3 5-8 5-11 6-3 6-3 5-11

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

Hometown Mobile, Ala. Bolton, Miss. Jackson, Miss. Marrero, La. Collins, Miss. Mandeville, La. Vaughan, Miss. Brookhaven, Miss. Compton, Calif. Pace, Fla. Biloxi, Miss. Thomasville, Ala. Starkville, Miss. Vaughan, Miss. Pensacola, Fla.

Previous School Faith Academy Raymond HS Calloway HS Delgado CC Presbyterian Christian Mandeville HS Thomas Christian Copiah Lincoln CC Bossier City CC Pensacola State CC Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Bishop State CC East Central CC Thomas Christian Colorado Christian


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Deonica McCormick Senior • Guard• Biloxi, Miss. • 5-8

Personal: Daughter of Lillian McCormick ... Native of Biloxi, Miss. ... Business Management major ... Enjoys being with her family 2012-13: Named 1st-Team All-SSAC ... Led Mobile in scoring, assists, steals and blocks ... Ranked 15th in the NAIA with 4.7 assists per game and 26th with 2.48 steals per game ... Two double-doubles ... 17 pts and 11 reb v. Tennessee Temple ... 20 pts and 11 assists v. Loyola ... Scored 20+ in seven games Previous College: Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College ... All-State Regions 23

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Other: Favorite athlete is Demontray McCormick ... Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite movie is “Columbiana” ... Favorite TV show is “The Jamie Foxx Show” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti with cheese ... Favorite fast food is Subway ... Celebrity dream date is Chris Brown ... Favorite ice cream is strawberry ... Favorite snack is Snickers ... In 10 years, she will be a retired WNBA player, married and wealthy ... Dream job is to own multiple businesses ... Greatest athletic achievement was making it to the State Tournament and Regions 23 Tournament

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2009-10 MGCC

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66

140

47.0

6

21

29.0

51

80

64.0

14

30

44

26

23

9

47

189

2010-11 MGCC

25

152

370

41.0

5

19

26.0

125

185

68.0

36

76

112

93

42

21

89

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2012-13

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409

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33.3

80

137

58.4

50

89

139

137

72

29

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Molly Speed Sophomore • Guard • Collins, Miss. • 5-11 Personal: Native of Collins, Miss. ... Daughter of Nancy and Wilford Speed ... Elementary Education major ... Enjoys sports, cooking and watching movies 2012-13: SSAC All-Freshman Team ... Averaged 7.3 points and 1.9 rebounds in 22 games ... Made 11 starts ... Led team with 42 3-pointers made ... High of 6 3-pointers v. Loyola ... Made three or more 3-pointers in six games High School: Presbyterian Christian School ... Played basketball under Coach Missy Bilderback ... Played volleyball ... Participated in track and field ... MAIS AllStar ... Hattiesburg American All-Area Honorable Mention ... MAIS All-District II AA 1st-Team ... Best Offensive Player Career Highs

Other: Favorite athlete is Kyle Singler ... Favorite movie is “Harry Potter” ... Favorite

Points: 25 (Loyola, 1/12/13) TV show is “NCIS” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti ... Favorite fast food Rebounds: 5 (SELA, 11/13/12) is Taco Bell ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... Favorite snack is chips and salsa ... Assists: 3 (2X in 2012) Steals: 3 (Concordia, 12/8/12) Favorite candy is Sour Patch Kids FG Att: 15 (Loyola, 1/12/13) FG Made: 8 (Loyola, 1/12/13) 3PT Made: 6 (Loyola, 1/12/13) Year Team GP FGM FGA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF REB AST STL BLK TO PTS FT Made: 3 (Loyola, 1/12/13) 2012-13 MOB 22 57 162 35.2 42 127 33.1 4 7 57.1 7 35 42 15 14 3 21 160

Cierra Anderson

Kierra Anderson

Junior • Forward/Center

Junior • Forward/Center Height: 6-1 Hometown: Vaughan, Miss. Major: Physical Education High School: Thomas Christian Prev. College: Holmes CC Favorite Athlete: Ray Allen Movie: “Love & Basketball”

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Height: 6-3 Hometown: Vaughan, Miss. Major: Physical Education High School: Thomas Christian Prev. College: Holmes CC Favorite Athlete: Paul Pierce Movie: “Love & Basketball” Personal: Native of Vaughan, Miss. ... Daughter of Olivia and Joseph Anderson ... Physical Education major ... Enjoys basketball, singing and hanging with family and friends

Personal: Native of Vaughan, Miss. ... Daughter of Olivia and Joseph Anderson ... Physical Education major ... Enjoys basketball, talking on the phone and singing

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Previous College: Holmes Community College ... All-Region

Previous College: Holmes Community College ... All-Region

High School: Thomas Christian Academy ... Played basketball under Coach Patrick Nutter ... MVP ... Best Offensive Player

High School: Thomas Christian Academy ... Played basketball under Coach Patrick Nutter ... MVP ... Best Free Throw Shooter

Other: Favorite athletes are Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett ... Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is greens, cornbread and pork chops ... Favorite fast food is pizza ... Celebrity dream date is Trey Songz ... Favorite ice cream is sherbet ... Favorite snack is strawberry shortcake ... In 10 years, she will be coaching ... Dream job is to be a coach

Other: Favorite athlete is Ray Allen ... Favorite professional team is the Boston Celtics ... Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is greens, cornbread and fried chicken wings ... Celebrity dream date is Tyrese ... Favorite ice cream is sherbet ... Favorite snack is honey buns ... In 10 years, she will be coaching and helping young children ... Dream job is to coach

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Taron Bright

Carrie Coker

Sophomore • Forward

Freshman • Guard

Height: 6-3 Hometown: Pace, Fla. Major: Sports Management High School: Pace Prev. College: Pensacola State CC Favorite Athlete: Lisa Leslie Movie: “Love & Basketball” Personal: Daughter of Kelsea Bright-Oliver ... Native of Pace, Fla. ... Sports Management major

Height: 5-11 Hometown: Pensacola, Fla. Major: Worship Leadership High School: East Hill Christian Prev. College: Colorado Christian Favorite Athlete: Rajon Rondo Movie: “My Sassy Girl” Personal: Daughter of Brenda and Barry Coker ... Native of Pensacola, Fla. ... Worship Leadership major ... Intercultural Studies minor ... Enjoys hunting, fishing, surfing and singing

Previous College: Pensacola State Previous College: Colorado Christian University High School: Pace ... Played basketball under Coach Kenny Hughes ... Volleyball under Coach Mark Gough ... Track under Coach Gregory Gill ... Weightlifting under Coach Kenny Hughes ... Most blocks in a season and a game Other: Favorite athlete is Lisa Leslie ... Favorite pro team is the Lakers ... Favorite movie is “Love & Basketball” ... Favorite TV show is “The Office” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is baked ziti ... Celebrity dream date is A$AP ROCKY ... In 10 years, she will be playing professionally or coaching in Atlanta ... Dream job is to coach professional basketball

High School: East Hill Christian ... Played basketball under Coach Jackie Barclay ... Washington ... Played basketball under Coach Cara Ferris ... Central Christian ... Played basketball under Coach Michael Turner ... Top-10 leading scorer in Florida as a freshman ... Went to 2 Final Fours ... MVP of Finals as a junior and senior ... All-Star Game MVP ... 2-Time Conference Champion Other: Favorite athletes are Rajon Rondo and Cam Newton ... Favorite pro team is the Red Sox ... Favorite movies are “My Sassy Girl” and “Love & Basketball”

Alicia Curry

Jammieca Hudson

Sophomore • Forward

Freshman • Guard

Personal: Daughter of Yolanda Turner and Micheal Curry ... Native of Compton, Calif. ... Psychology major ... Sociology minor ... Enjoys hooping, eating and sleeping Previous College: State Fair CC ... Grambling State University High School: Compton Centennial ... Played basketball under Coach Derrick Florence Club: Cal Sparks and EBO Other: Favorite athletes are LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Candace Parker and Lisa Leslie ... Favorite pro teams are the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Sparks ... Favorite movies are “Glory Road,” “Remember the Titans” and “Coach Carter”

Height: 5-9 Hometown: Jackson, Miss. Major: Exercise Science High School: Calloway Prev. College: N/A Favorite Athlete: LeBron James Movie: “Friday” Personal: Native of Jackson, Miss. ... Daughter of Mary Hines and James Hudson ... Exercise Science major ... Enjoys cars High School: Played basketball under Coach Stacey Bailey ... Best Rebounder ... Team Captain Other: Favorite athlete is LeBron James ... Favorite professional team is the Miami Heat ... Favorite movie is “Friday” ... Favorite TV show is “Family Guy” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is red beans and rice ... Favorite fast food is Wendy’s ... Favorite ice cream is butter pecan ... In 10 years, she will be a physical therapist ... Dream job is to be an NBA scout

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Height: 6-4 Hometown: Compton, Calif. Major: Psychology High School: Compton Centennial Prev. College: Bossier City CC Favorite Athlete: LeBron James Movie: “Glory Road”

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Jakela Johnson

Kali Koenig

Junior • Forward/Center

Freshman • Guard

Height: 6-3 Hometown: Starkville, Miss. Major: Physical Education High School: West Jones Prev. College: East Central CC Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant Movie: “Love & Basketball” Personal: Daughter of Natasha Keys and Kennyray Johnson ... Native of Laurel, Miss. ... Physical Education major ... Enjoys riding horses, motorcycle and spending time with family Previous College: East Central Community College ... All-Star Team ... 2nd-Team All-State High School: West Jones ... Played basketball, softball and track ... All-Star Team

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Other: Favorite athletes are herself and Kobe Bryant ... Favorite pro team is the Lakers ... Favorite movie is “Love & Basketball” ... Favorite TV show is “Martin” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is lasagna ... Celebrity dream date is Kobe Bryant ... Favorite ice cream is cookies and cream ... In 10 years, she will be overseas ... Dream job is to play pro basketball

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Height: 5-6 Hometown: Mandeville, La. Major: Undecided High School: Mandeville Prev. College: N/A Favorite Athlete: Skylar Diggins Movie: “Love & Basketball” Personal: Daughter of Barbara and Kalvin Koenig ... Native of Mandeville, La. ... Undecided upon a major High School: Mandeville ... Played softball under Coach Scott Dennis ... Volleyball under Coach Jodie Walker ... Basketball under Coach T.A. Ricks and Melissa Weinmunson ... All-District ... Team Defensive MVP .. Team Offensive MVP ... Academic AllState ... All-State ... All-Metro 5A ... Team MVP ... 1,487 points ... 409 assists ... 390 steals ... 346 rebounds Club: Northshore Titans (2009-10) ... Kenner Angels (2011-12) Other: Favorite athletes are Skylar Diggins and Kevin Durant ... Favorite pro team is the New Orleans Saints ... Favorite TV show is “Pretty Little Liars” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is southwest soup ... Celebrity dream date is Channing Tatum

Raven Lyons

Arnissayur Robinson

Sophomore • Guard

Freshman • Guard

Height: 5-4 Hometown: Marrero, La. Major: Athletic Training High School: Ursuline Academy Prev. College: Delgado CC Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant Movie: “Dreamgirls”

Height: 5-9 Hometown: Bolton, Miss. Major: Psychology High School: Raymond Prev. College: N/A Favorite Athlete: Allen Iverson Movie: “Primal Fear”

Personal: Daughter of Sharon and Rodney Lyons ... Native of New Orleans, La. ... Athletic Training major

Personal: Daughter of Loretta and James Robinson ... Native of Bolton, Miss. ... Psychology major

Previous College: Delgado CC

High School: Raymond ... Played basketball under Coach Micheal Coleman ... Ran track under Coach Jessica Porter ... Mississippi Scholar Honor Roll

High School: Ursuline Academy ... Played basketball under Coach Joey Favaloro ... 4-Time undefeated District Champions ... 3-Time 1st-Team All-District ... 2-Time 2nd-Team All-District ... McDonald’s All-American Nominee (2010) Club: Louisiana Lady Fire (2002-09) Other: Favorite pro teams are the Lakers and New Orleans Saints ... Favorite TV show is “Martin” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is smothered potatoes and sausage ... Celebrity dream date is Idris Elba ... Favorite ice cream is butter pecan

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Other: Favorite athlete is Allen Iverson ... Favorite pro team is the Miami Heat ... Favorite movie is “Primal Fear” ... Favorite TV show is “The Haves and the Havenots” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is shrimp and potatoes ... Favorite fast food is Captain D’s ... Celebrity dream date is Kendrick Lamar ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... In 10 years, she will be a basketball coach near her hometown ... Dream job is to coach her high school basketball team in a State Championship game


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Kyera Rowe

Sydney Westry

Junior • Forward

Freshman • Guard Height: 5-4 Hometown: Mobile, Ala. Major: Elementary Education High School: Faith Academy Prev. College: N/A Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant Movie: “Hurricane Season”

Height: 5-11 Hometown: Thomasville, Ala. Major: Athletic Training High School: Thomasville Prev. College: Bishop State CC Favorite Athlete: Dwayne Wade Movie: “Love & Basketball” Personal: Daughter of Veronica Rowe and the late Jimmy C. Rowe ... Native of Thomasville, Ala. ... Athletic Training major Previous College: Bishop State ... 15 points and 12 rebounds per game ... MVP ... All-Conference High School: Thomasville ... Played basketball under Coach Curtis Lane Club: Bama Storm Other: Favorite athlete is Dwayne Wade ... Favorite pro team is the Miami Heat ... Favorite movie is “Love & Basketball” ... Favorite TV show is “1000 Ways to Die” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is collard greens, bread and fried chicken ... Favorite ice cream is vanilla ... In 10 years, she will be successful and married

Laura Beth Wright Sophomore • Guard

Personal: Daughter of Dwana and Rick Wright ... Native of Brookhaven, Miss. ... Athletic Training major Previous College: Copiah Lincoln Community College ... MACJC State Champions High School: Brookhaven Academy ... Played basketball under Coach Barry Gray and Coach Ginger Duease ... Softball under Coach Ricky Allen ... Tennis under Coach David Misner ... All-Star Team ... State Champions

High School: Faith Academy ... Played basketball and volleyball ... Ran track Club: Bama Storm Other: Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Favorite pro team is the Lakers ... Favorite movie is “Hurricane Season” ... Favorite TV show is “Basketball Wives” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is collard greens, cornbread and baked chicken ... Celebrity dream date is Michael Ealy ... Favorite ice cream is vanilla ... In 10 years, she will be established in her career

Danielle Dixon Student Assistant 1st Season

Ellen Black Manager 1st Season

Other: Favorite athlete is Candace Parker ... Favorite pro team is the Miami Heat ... Favorite movie is “Sweet Home Alabama” ... Favorite TV show is “Nashville” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti ... Celebrity dream date is Matthew McConaughey

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Height: 5-8 Hometown: Brookhaven, Miss. Major: Athletic Training High School: Brookhaven Prev. College: Copiah Lincoln CC Favorite Athlete: Candace Parker Movie: “Sweet Home Alabama”

Personal: Daughter of Carol and Marquis Westry ... Native of Saraland, Ala. ... Elementary Education major ... Enjoys writing, listening to music and hanging with family

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www.facebook.com/mobilerams All-District/Conference Conference Freshman of the Year Desiree’ Christen (99) Crystal Coston (03) Crystal Hutchinson (08) Conference Defensive Player of the Year Alice Honnery (11-12) 1st-Team NAIA All-American Lisa Bardge (89) Robin Bryant (90) Wyonna Goldsmith (90) Jennifer Wasson (91-92) Monica Baggett (93) Stephanie Jackson (93) Yolanda Brundidge (95) Bernadette Powe (95-97) Sjajuana Hill (96) Christy Smith (97) Olivia Crawford (98-00) Monique McKenzie (99-00) Edmarie Lumbsley (01-02) Desiree’ Christen (01-02) Shanelle Stallworth (02) Crystal Coston (03-06) Paula Dill (03) Sherrie Lattimore (04) Kinga Rybarczyk (05-06) Edmerentia Ledwaba (07) Danielle Goodly (08-09) Sherri McIntosh (08) Angela Bounds (08) Gerica Johnson (09) Alice Honnery (10-12) Adrienne Mackay (11) Deonica McCormick (13)

Honor Roll

Conference Player of the Year Edmarie Lumbsley (02) Crystal Coston (05-06) All-Division Daphnee Frieson (12) Briana Edwards (13)

All-Freshman Courtney Bayliss (12) Lauren Bethly (12) Briana Edwards (12) 16 Molly Speed (13) Conference Coach of the Year Phil Headley (90) Curt Berger (95) Martha Gore-Algernon (02, 05) Conference Newcomer of the Year Monique McKenzie (99) Edmarie Lumbsley (01) Shanelle Stallworth (02)

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Crystal Coston (06) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Crystal Coston (05) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Bernadette Powe (97) Edmarie Lumbsley (02) Crystal Coston (03) Honorable Mention NAIA All-American

Olivia Crawford (00) Edmarie Lumbsley (01) Shanelle Stallworth (02) Crystal Coston (04) Danielle Goodly (09) Alice Honnery (11-12) Daktronics Scholar-Athlete Sarah Bailey (95) Misty Ferguson (95) Laurie Simon (02-03) Trevor Chandler (04) Kinga Rybarczyk (05-06) Rheonda Leary (06-07) Daphnee Frieson (12) Alice Honnery (12) Kelsie Ruff (12) National Player of the Week Edmerentia Ledwaba (2007) Danielle Goodly (2008)

Conference All-Academic Angelia Daniels (1989, 91-92) Catherine Pirkle (1989) Patricia Troullier (1989) Cindy Friday (1991) Stephanie Jackson (1991-93) Fannie King (1991-92) Tara Morris (1991) Tina Womack (1991-92) Sarah Bailey (1993-94) Bernadette Powe (1993, 96-97) Misty Ferguson (1994) Roxanne Anderson (1996) Kristie Dreher (1996-97) Lindsay Grant (1996-97) Carolyn Penney (1996-97) Christy Smith (1996-98) Tonja Spradley (1996-98) Delanah Tanner (1997) Jessika Barela (2000) Laurie Simon (2003) Trevor Chandler (2003-04) Keli Saragusa (2003-04) Jessica Barber (2003-05) Rachel Farmer (2003-04) Sasha Lilly (2004) Kinga Rybarczyk (2004-06) A’Frica Boykin (2005) Rheonda Leary (2005-06) Erica Martens (2005) Emma Ledwaba (2006) Lakita Ford (2006) Angela Bounds (2008-09) Danielle Goodly (2008-09) Sherri McIntosh (2008-09) Johnitia Williams (2008) Kyiona Boulton (2009) Stephanie Hallinan (2009) Katharina Lachmann (2009) Morgan Melancon (2009) Amanda Newman (2009) Carlys Roscoe-Jenkins (2009) Anna Maddox (2011) Allison Michael (2012) Kelsie Ruff (2012) Leana Tajkov (2012-13) Judi Vigneulle (2012-13) Courtney Bayliss (2013) Lauren Bethly (2013) Conference Player of the Week Sherri McIntosh (11/10/08) Danielle Goodly (11/24/08) Gerica Johnson (1/12/09) Sherri McIntosh (2/23/09) Gerica Johnson (11/2/09) Alice Honnery (11/9/09) Gerica Johnson (11/16/09) Gerica Johnson (11/23/09) Gerica Johnson (12/7/09) Alice Honnery (2/21/11)


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Auburn-Montgomery

Belhaven University

Bethel University

Location............Montgomery, Ala. Enrollment..............................5,627 Affiliation.............................NCAA Conference...............Southwestern Nickname...........................Hornets Colors........................Gold & Black Web Site.......bamastatesports.com 2012-13 Record........................9-21 Head Coach.....Freda Freeman-Jackson

Location............Montgomery, Ala. Enrollment..............................5,305 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.......................Warhawks Colors...................Orange & Black Web Site.............aumathletics.com 2012-13 Record...................... 21-9 Head Coach...................Dan Davis

Location...................Jackson, Miss. Enrollment..............................3,250 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname............................Blazers Colors......................Green & Gold Web Site.......blazers.belhaven.edu 2012-13 Record.....................13-17 Head Coach...............Rusty Cram

Location..............McKenzie, Tenn. Enrollment..............................5,987 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname..........................Wildcats Colors......................Gold & Purple Web Site..........bethelathletics.com 2012-13 Record.....................21-11 Head Coach..............Chris Nelson

Blue Mountain College

Brenau University

Brewton-Parker

Coastal Georgia

Location......Blue Mountain, Miss. Enrollment.................................525 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...........................Toppers Colors.........................Blue & Gold Web Site.................bmcsports.com 2012-13 Record.....................17-12 Head Coach...........Lavon Driskell

Location................Gainesville, Ga. Enrollment..............................2,000 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname................Golden Tigers Colors........................Black & Gold Web Site.............brenautigers.com 2012-13 Record.....................15-15 Head Coach................Kris Stewart

Location...............Mt. Vernon, Ga. Enrollment..............................1,050 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...................Lady Barons Colors.....................Blue & Orange Web Site..............gobaronsgo.com 2012-13 Record.....................10-19 Head Coach................Jana Baggett

Location.................Brunswick, Ga. Enrollment..............................3,500 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.........................Mariners Colors..........................Blue & Grey Web Site....coastalgeorgiasports.com 2012-13 Record.......................24-9 Head Coach................Betsy Harris

Faulkner University

Lindsey Wilson College

Loyola University

LSU-Shreveport

Location............Montgomery, Ala. Enrollment..............................3,200 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname..............................Eagles Colors..............Blue, Black & Gray Web Site..........faulknereagles.com 2012-13 Record.......................26-7 Head Coach...............Reed Sutton

Location...................Columbia, Ky. Enrollment..............................2,600 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...................Mid-South Nickname...................Blue Raiders Colors.......................Blue & White Web Site........lindseyathletics.com 2012-13 Record.....................16-15 Head Coach.......John Wethington

Location.............New Orleans, La. Enrollment..............................5,000 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.......................Wolf Pack Colors...................Maroon & Gold Web Site..........wolfpack.loyno.edu 2012-13 Record.....................11-16 Head Coach...........Kellie Kennedy

Location.................Shreveport, La. Enrollment..............................4,600 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................RRAC Nickname...............................Pilots Colors..........................Blue & Gold Web Site..............lsus.edu/athletics 2012-13 Record........................25-6 Head Coach...........Ronnie Howell

Martin Methodist

Southern Poly

Spring Hill College

TN Temple University

Location...................Pulaski, Tenn. Enrollment..............................1,127 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname......................RedHawks Colors..........Red, Copper & Black Web Site..............goredhawks.com 2012-13 Record.....................16-16 Head Coach..............Jamy Bechler

Location....................Marietta, Ga. Enrollment..............................6,200 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...........................Hornets Colors.........Green, White & Black Web Site..............spsuhornets.com 2012-13 Record.......................25-6 Head Coach...Laquanda Dawkins

Location......................Mobile, Ala. Enrollment..............................1,400 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...........................Badgers Colors....................Purple & White Web Site................shcbadgers.com 2012-13 Record.....................12-17 Head Coach.......Karen McConico

Location.........Chattanooga, Tenn. Enrollment.................................357 Affiliation..........................NCCAA Conference......................Mid-East Nickname.......................Crusaders Colors..........................Red & Black Web Site.............ttucrusaders.com 2012-13 Record.....................15-15 Head Coach..........Kenrick Liburd

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Tuskegee University

Univ. South Alabama

Univ. Southeastern LA

Location................Tougaloo, Miss. Enrollment..............................1,000 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................GCAC Nickname..........................Bulldogs Colors...........................Blue & Red Web Site.....tougaloobulldogs.com 2012-13 Record.....................19-11 Head Coach......Yolanda Cartlidge

Location..................Tuskegee, Ala. Enrollment..............................3,122 Affiliation.........................NCAA II Conference..............................SIAC Nickname................Golden Tigers Colors..................Gold & Crimson Web Site.....tuskegee.edu/athletics 2012-13 Record.......................19-8 Head Coach.........Dietrich Randle

Location......................Mobile, Ala. Enrollment............................15,009 Affiliation.............................NCAA Conference........................Sun Belt Nickname............................Jaguars Colors...............Blue, Red & White Web Site.................usajaguars.com 2012-13 Record.....................17-13 Head Coach...............Terry Fowler

Location.................Hammond, La. Enrollment............................15,414 Affiliation.............................NCAA Conference.....................Southland Nickname......................Lady Lions Colors......................Green & Gold Web Site...................lionsports.net 2012-13 Record.....................11-18 Head Coach........Lori Davis Jones

William Carey Univ.

Xavier University

Location............Hattiesburg, Miss. Enrollment..............................4,150 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.............Lady Crusaders Colors.............Red, Black & White Web Site...........careyathletics.com 2012-13 Record........................9-17 Head Coach.............Tracy English

Location.............New Orleans, La. Enrollment.............................3,399. Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................GCAC Nickname.................Gold Nuggets Colors......................Gold & White Web Site.............xula.edu/athletics 2012-13 Record.......................24-6 Head Coach................Bo Browder

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University of Mobile Rams Date

Score W/L

Record

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder

11/03/12 h

Fisk (Tenn.)

95-49

W

1-0

(18) Edwards

(10) Edwards

(10) Bethly

11/09/12 a

Martin Methodist (Tenn.)

82-73

W

2-0

(20) McCormick

(8) Edwards

(3) Dillon

11/10/12 a

Bethel (Tenn.)

71-83

L

2-1

(19) Edwards

(7) Roewe

(3) McCormick

11/13/12 a

SELA

53-83

L

2-2

(13) Edwards

(9) McCormick

(3) Speed

11/16/12 h

Brewton-Parker (Ga.)

64-43

W

3-2, 1-0

(15) McCormick

(11) TEAM

(4) McCormick

11/17/12 h

Brenau (Ga.)

52-59

L

3-3, 1-1

(25) McCormick

(12) Dillon

3 players with 2

11/20/12 a

Birmingham Southern

56-58

L

3-4

(18) McCormick

(5) Edwards

(4) McCormick

11/27/12 a

Xavier (La.)

53-58

L

3-5

(16) Dillon

(6) Edwards

3 players with 3

11/30/12 a

Southern Wesleyan (S.C.)

62-59

W

4-5, 2-1

(22) Bayliss

(10) Dillon

(4) Dillon

12/01/12 a

Emmanuel (Ga.)

52-60

L

4-6, 2-2

(19) Edwards

(6) Edwards

(3) Dillon

12/08/12 h

CCS

86-64

W

5-6

(20) Edwards

(11) Edwards

(7) McCormick

12/18/12 h

Birmingham Southern

66-54

W

6-6

(22) McCormick

(6) Dillon

(6) Dillon

12/20/12 h

TN Temple

73-65

W

7-6

(17) McCormick

(11) McCormick

(8) McCormick

01/04/13 h

Coastal Georgia (Ga.)

53-55

L

7-7, 2-3

(13) McCormick

(9) Dillon

(3) McCormick

01/05/13 h

Truett-McConnell (Ga.)

69-39

W

8-7, 3-3

(16) Roewe

(10) TEAM

(5) McCormick

01/10/13 a

Faulkner (Ala.)

67-80

L

8-8, 3-4

(20) Edwards

(9) McCormick

(8) McCormick

01/12/13 h

Loyola (La.)

80-70

W

9-8, 4-4

(25) Speed

(9) Edwards

(11) McCormick

01/17/13 a

Belhaven (Miss.)

60-44

W

10-8, 5-4

(21) Edwards

(13) Edwards

(9) McCormick

01/19/13 a

William Carey (Miss.)

56-53

W

11-8, 6-4

(15) McCormick

(8) Dillon

(6) McCormick

01/24/13 h Auburn Montgomery (Ala.)

61-72

L

11-9, 6-5

(20) Bayliss

(7) Dillon, Roewe

(3) McCormick

01/28/13 h

Xavier (La.)

58-76

L

11-10

(20) Edwards

(8) Edwards

(7) McCormick

01/31/13 h

Spring Hill (Ala.)

61-51

W

12-10, 7-5

(20) McCormick

(8) Chandler

(4) McCormick

02/02/13 h

Faulkner (Ala.)

46-70

L

12-11, 7-6

(11) McCormick

(7) Roewe

(4) McCormick

02/04/13 h

Trinity Baptist

65-46

W

13-11

(13) Edwards

(9) Bayliss

(3) Edwards

02/07/13 a

Loyola (La.)

67-63

W

14-11, 8-6

(14) Dillon

(12) Dillon

(6) Dillon

02/09/13 h

William Carey (Miss.)

48-62

L

14-12, 8-7

(11) Edwards

(5) Edwards

(5) Battle

02/14/13 h

Belhaven (Miss.)

57-63

L

14-13, 8-8

(21) McCormick

(8) Chandler

(4) McCormick

02/16/13 a Auburn Montgomery (Ala.)

52-68

L

14-14, 8-9

(14) Dillon

(7) Roewe

(3) McCormick

02/23/13 a

Spring Hill (Ala.)

59-54

W

15-14, 9-9

(15) Edwards

(6) McCormick

(4) McCormick

02/27/13 n

Southern Wesleyan (S.C.)

66-64

W

16-14

(22) McCormick

(5) Bayliss

(5) McCormick

02/28/13 n

Lee (Tenn.)

58-83

L

16-15

(18) Edwards

(5) Edwards

(4) Bayliss

FGA PCT 3PT 3PTA PCT

Leading Assists

#

Player

GP

GS

MIN

FG

FT

FTA

PCT OFF DEF

R/G

A

3

Leana Tajkov

31

21

15.9

39

90

.433

0

0

.000

5

15

.333

19

39

1.9

12

BLK ST P/G 15

12

2.7

4

Molly Speed

22

11

19.4

57

162

.352

42

127

.331

4

7

.571

7

35

1.9

15

3

14

7.3

10

Judi Vigneulle

15

0

0.3

3

7

.429

0

0

.000

0

2

.000

5

1

0.4

6

0

5

0.4

12

Shontae Dillon

31

25

26.9

94

276

.341

6

21

.286

73

127

.575

60

85

4.7

64

3

50

8.6

14

Deonica McCormick

29

28

29.4

165

409

.403

1

3

.333

80

137

.584

50

89

4.8

137

29

72 14.2

15

Sharifa Chandler

24

8

15.3

23

64

.359

0

1

.000

10

24

.417

35

45

3.3

11

1

18

2.3

21

Lauren Bethly

31

7

21.1

55

183

.301

7

41

.171

31

42

.738

23

68

2.9

57

2

33

4.8

22

Briana Edwards

31

29

27.3

165

344

.480

5

13

.385

60

94

.638

84

106

6.1

29

27

44 12.7

31

Courtney Bayliss

30

24

21.4

84

218

.385

29

113

.257

32

38

.842

28

55

2.8

30

3

15

32

Shaunette Battle

26

0

8.9

21

56

.375

10

36

.278

16

23

.696

7

16

0.9

9

0

10

2.6

34

Christy Roewe

28

3

15.6

47

136

.346

0

1

.000

9

18

.500

43

72

4.1

4

10

11

3.7

99

CeCe Willis

13

1

8.1

9

24

.375

0

0

.000

4

6

.667

18

13

2.4

2

2

5

1.7

7.6

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2012-13 Results

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Stats Leaders

1921 1319 1126 289

246

Points

Rebounds

Steals

61% 376

389

Assists

28%

66%

28%

3PT %

FT %

Quotable “Last season was a learning process for both Coach Ward and myself, but we feel that we had an excellent recruiting season,” -- Billy Evans

Deonica McCormick

Deonica McCormick

Briana Edwards

411 Points

137 Assists

190 Rebounds

By The Numbers

3 3 4 5 6 8

Longest Losing Streak Longest Win Streak Gms Scoring 80+ Gms Shooting 45%+ Diff Scoring Leaders Gms Winning Reb Battle

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Molly Speed SSAC All-Freshman

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Home Wins Gms w/ more FT Gms decided by <10 Gms Holding Opp <60 Gms Scoring <60

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1st-Team All-SSAC

9 9 11 13 14 14

Gms w/ more 3-pointers

Briana Edwards SSAC All-Division

Losses


University of Mobile Rams 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 8. Alice Honnery

2002-06 1996-00 2002-06 1992-97 2005-09 1989-93 1998-02 2009-12

Other Top Scorers 8. Edmarie Lumbsley 2000-02 9. Sherri McIntosh 2006-09 10. Rheonda Leary 2003-07 11. Lisa Bardge 1987-89 Rebounds 1. Crystal Coston 2. Olivia Crawford 3. Bernadette Powe 4. Alice Honnery 5. Sherri McIntosh 6. Desireé Christen 7. Kinga Rybarcyzk 8. Edmarie Lumbsley 9. Danielle Goodly 10. Rheonda Leary 11. Beth Wasson 12. Jennifer Wasson 13. Trevor Chandler

2002-06 1996-00 1992-97 2002-06 2005-09 1998-02 1987-91 2009-12 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. Alice Honnery 2009-12 10. Brandy Schick 1997-01 11. Sherri McIntosh 2006-09 12. Sarah Bailey 1992-95

941 940 928 870 1,259 1,011 902 862 695 639 630 581 516 502 487 457 452 770 610 599 576 517 492 453 446 387 383 381 380 1,419 1,256 1,171 1,115 1,077 989 969 860 799 797 768 728

140 134 117 106 101 98

Three Point Field Goal Attempted 1. Morgan Melancon 2008-12 2. Laurie Simon 1999-03 3. Lindsay Grant 1990-93 4. Jessica Barber 2001-05 5. Misty Ferguson 1993-95 6. Danielle Goodly 2005-09 7. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93

407 400 319 311 290 275 274

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. Morgan Melancon 2008-12 5. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93 6. Yolanda Brundidge 1993-95 7. Desiree’ Christen 1998-02 8. Patricia Troullier 1987-89 9. Monique McKenzie1998-00 10. Lindsay Grant 1995-99 11. Robin Bryant 1988-90

384 330 328 317 297 288 218 250 248 246 231

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

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

2009-12 2000-02 1994-97 2001-03 1992-97 1996-00 2006-09

362 188 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)

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All-Time Records

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. Alice Honnery 9. Edmarie Lumbsley 10. Lisa Bardge 11. Sherri McIntosh 12. Rheonda Leary

2002-06 1996-00 1992-97 2009-12 2006-09 1998-02 2002-06 2000-02 2005-09 2003-07 1987-91 1989-93 2000-04

2,073 1,460 1,441 1,433 1,386 1,303 1,299 1,032

Three-Point Field Goal Made 1. Laurie Simon 1999-03 2. Morgan Melancon 2008-12 3. Monica Evetts 1990-93 4. Misty Ferguson 1993-95 5. Jennifer Wasson 1989-93 6. Lindsay Grant 1995-99

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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 Made Single Game 14 Alice Honnery Dec. 3, 2011 vs. Brenau University 14 Lisa Bardge Jan. 9, 1988 vs. Clearwater Christian 14 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 Alice Honnery Dec. 3, 2011 vs. Brenau University 23 Crystal Coston Feb. 13, 2003 vs. Xavier University Most Assists Single Game 12 Stephanie Jackson Dec. 8, 1992 vs. Univ. of Montevallo

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

Most Blocked Shots Single Game 12 Alice Honnery Jan. 26, 2012 vs. Spring Hill College 12 Alice Honnery Jan. 30, 2010 vs. Spring Hill College Team Single-Game Most Points Scored Single Game 120 vs. Knoxville College (Dec. 17, 1999)

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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 Lowest Field Goal % Allowed Most Free Throws Made Most Free Throws Attempted

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30 23 36 2,679 1,771 2,377 1,764 74.6 59.8 74.3 55.9 988 2,142 .473 .346 902 639 .441 .342 580 817

2001-02 1987-88 2001-02 2001-02 2011-12 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 2001-02 2001-02 2004-05

Highest Free Throw Percentage Lowest Free Throw Percentage Most 3PT Field Goals Made Fewest 3PT Field Goals Made Most 3PT Field Goals Attempted Fewest 3PT Field Goals Attempted Highest 3PT Field Goal Percentage Lowest 3PT Field Goal Percentage Highest 3PT Field Goal % Allowed Lowest 3PT Field Goal % Allowed Most Rebounds Most Assists Most Steals Most Fouls Most Blocked Shots

.742 .539 141 16 448 65 .421 .246 .380 .187 1,583 610 615 687 181

1991-92 2011-12 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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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

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

1988-89 17-16, 7-9 GCAC

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

69-66 70-58 87-84 65-54 77-71 68-59 78-59 62-53 65-51 83-75 102-92

W W W W W W

Xavier University William Carey Tougaloo College Louisiana College SUNO Spring Hill College

57-52 74-61 65-49 79-68 80-59 73-53

1991-92 18-12, 13-3 GCAC

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 Judson College L UWF W Judson College L Montevallo L Talladega College W AUM 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

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 86-62

1992-93 22-9, 13-3 GCAC 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

1993-94 15-16, 5-11 GCAC W W W L W W 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

Louisiana College 85-45 Judson College 86-59 Talladega College 52-48 Montevallo 69-59 Georgia Southwest. 61-59 Judson College 90-88 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 L L W L W W L L W L W W W L 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

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

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

Judson College 94-69 Warner Southern 90-36 UWF 83-66 AUM 87-68 Alabama-Huntsville 75-44 UWF 69-66 Warner Southern 86-45 Judson College 95-75 Montevallo 82-73 AUM 86-59 Montevallo 74-58 College of Ozarks 72-53 William Carey 65-57 Dillard University 67-58 Louisiana College 63-50

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

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

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

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

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

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www.facebook.com/mobilerams W Dillard University L Xavier University W Montevallo W Spring Hill College GCAC Tournament L William Carey

68-46 66-57 90-81 58-56

W Spring Hill College 77-75 GCAC Tournament W Spring Hill College 69-59 L Tougaloo College 77-69

64-53

1997-98 13-19, 9-9 GCAC

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

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 AUM 83-71 Tougaloo College 81-66 Louisiana College 83-67 Belhaven College 63-46 Dillard University 70-66 Xavier University 65-55 SUNO 68-48 Spring Hill College 68-48 William Carey 80-61 Xavier University 83-59 SUNO 78-45 Tougaloo College 92-74 Belhaven College 77-46 William Carey 59-58 Dillard University 80-60 Loyola University 92-35 Louisiana College 64-62 Spring Hill College 88-77 Dillard University 87-82 Louisiana College 80-75 Xavier University 70-56

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1996-97 23-10, 14-2 GCAC

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

AUM Montevallo Belmont College Delta State Univ. Franklin College Delta State Univ. S.E. Louisiana UWF Talladega College Montevallo U. of Central Ark. AUM Oklahoma Christian William Carey Dillard University Tougaloo College Xavier University Belhaven College Louisiana College Spring Hill College Loyola University Dillard University SUNO Belhaven College Louisiana College Tougaloo College SUNO Xavier University Loyola University William Carey

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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

L Delta State U. 98-59 W AUM 49-42 L UWF 76-56 L McNeese State 77-60 L Prairieview A&M 66-65 L West Alabama 64-40 L UWF 87-81 L AUM 60-51 W Freed-Hardeman 92-56 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

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

L

Louisiana College

75-59

1999-00 13-18, 8-8 GCAC W Talladega College 86-66 L Lambuth College 83-79 L Union College 79-56 L GSWSU 67-56 L S.E. Louisiana 78-64 W Talladega College 88-69 L UWF 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

GSWSU AUM Life University AUM Science & Art OK

74-61 58-48 73-66 69-58 85-76

W St. Gregoryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 63-53 L Oklahoma Christian 72-62 L UWF 96-94 W AUM 71-55 W Huntingdon College 86-46 W 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


University of Mobile Rams 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

2005-06 23-6, 12-3 GCAC 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

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

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 NAIA National Tournament L Carroll College 67-72

L AUM 68-69 W Dillard University 84-34 W SCAD 84-62 L Montevallo 80-84 W USAO 81-73 W Oklahoma Christian 78-59 L Cumberland 55-56 L Freed-Hardeman 50-78 W West Florida 80-73 W McNeese State 65-49 W AUM 70-48 W Berry College 79-54 W Belhaven College 81-64 L Xavier Univ 60-73 W Tougaloo College 85-60 L Loyola University 70-74 W LSU-Shreveport 66-54 W SUNO 69-49 W Dillard University 76-51 W William Carey 59-41 W Spring Hill College 71-68 L SUNO 49-52 W LSU-Shreveport 62-47 W Belhaven College 66-59 W Xavier Univ 80-72 L Tougaloo College 44-73 W William Carey 66-62 L Loyola University 72-83 L Dillard University 63-71 L Spring Hill College 62-64 GCAC Tournament W LSU-Shreveport 78-65 L Loyola University 63-75

L Cumberland Univ. 67-72 L Freed-Hardeman 65-75 W AUM 60-58 L Alabama State 60-69 L Southern Nazarene 52-71 W Concordia 70-62 L West Florida 70-74 L AUM 53-64 W Montevallo 92-81 W Miles College Forfeit W Berry College 72-64 W William Carey 69-61 W Tougaloo 84-79 W Dillard Univ. 75-57 W SUNO 85-51 L Xavier Univ. 70-73 W LSU-Shreveport 79-62 L Loyola Univ. 81-91 W Belhaven College 86-57 W Spring Hill College 73-72 L LSU-Shreveport 74-83 L West Alabama 75-76 W Dillard Univ. 75-48 W William Carey 81-75 L Loyola Univ. 69-90 W SUNO 69-53 W Tougaloo 73-59 W Xavier Univ. 75-65 W Spring Hill College 73-63 L Belhaven College 52-66 GCAC Tournament W Belhaven College 91-61 L Xavier Univ. 72-74

2008-09 14-18, 6-12 GCAC

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

Wesley College AUM 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.

93-49 73-66 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

W Spring Hill College 87-83 L LSU-Shreveport 58-85 W William Carey 72-67 L Loyola Univ. 70-75 L SUNO 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

2009-10 17-12, 9-9 GCAC

W Martin Methodist W Talladega College L AUM W AUM W West Florida W Ark-Monticello W SAU W Aquinas College L Davenport W Concorida-Selma W Loyola W Dillard Univ. L Tougaloo College W Belhaven Univ. L Xavier Univ. L LSU-Shreveport L William Carey L SUNO W Spring Hill L Tougaloo College L Loyola Univ. W Dillard Univ. W SUNO L LSU-Shreveport W William Carey L Xavier Univ. W Belhaven Univ. W Spring Hill GCAC Tournament L Loyola Univ.

74-55 62-43 57-63 54-47 81-76 68-66 61-60 80-56 68-89 112-58 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

2010-11 17-11, 6-6 SSAC

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2004-05 25-9, 14-4 GCAC

2007-08 19-13, 13-5 GCAC

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Tougaloo Martin Methodist Selma Lee Univ. Shorter Univ. Ark-Monticello Ouachita Baptist

68-60 84-76 86-31 60-70 48-69 66-65 57-73

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www.facebook.com/mobilerams W Brewton-Parker W Brenau Univ. W Concordia-Selma W Tougaloo College W West Florida W William Carey L Belhaven Univ. W AUM L Xavier Univ. W Spring Hill L Faulkner L Loyola Univ. L William Carey L Belhaven Univ. W AUM W Xavier W Spring Hill L Faulkner W Loyola Univ. SSAC Tournament W Southern Wesleyan L Belhaven

86-76 72-49 79-30 64-58 68-65 79-76 73-88 65-58 47-48 68-65 81-86 65-85 54-62 52-77 66-63 63-59 72-62 71-78 72-69

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

64-55 51-55

2011-12 7-21, 4-14 SSAC

Stillman Freed-Hardeman West Florida Southern Poly Btewton-Parker Tuskegee Rust Lee Univ. Brenau Univ. Concordia-Selma Southern Nazarene Science & Arts Southern Wesleyan Emmanuel New Orleans William Carey Belhaven Univ. AUM Spring Hill Faulkner Univ. Loyola Univ. William Carey Belhaven Univ. AUM New Orleans Spring Hill Faulkner Univ. Loyola Univ.

73-66 52-68 70-73 62-61 65-73 58-61 61-62 58-76 86-63 49-59 58-75 58-67 66-81 47-57 63-41 60-55 62-76 72-54 71-76 59-64 52-87 55-64 63-79 60-73 85-83 80-85 59-91 62-73

2012-13 16-15, 9-9 SSAC

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

Fisk USM^ Martin Methodist Bethel SE Louisiana Brewton-Parker Brenau Univ. Bham Southern Xavier Univ. Southern Wesleyan Emmanuel Concordia-Selma Bham Southern TN Temple Alabama State^ Coastal Georgia Truett-McConnell Faulkner Loyola Univ. Belhaven Univ. William Carey AUM

L W L W W L L L W W L

Xavier Univ. Spring Hill Faulkner Univ. Trinity Baptist Loyola Univ. William Carey Belhaven Univ. AUM Spring Hill Southern Wesleyan Lee Univ.

58-76 61-51 46-70 65-46 67-63 48-62 57-63 52-68 59-54 66-64 58-83

95-49 54-77 82-73 71-83 53-83 66-43 52-59 56-58 53-58 62-59 52-60 86-64 66-54 73-65 55-72 53-55 69-39 67-80 80-70 60-44 56-53 61-72

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Alabama State University Arkansas Baptist College Arkansas-Monticello Auburn University-Montgomery Belhaven College Belmont University Berry College Bethel College Bethel University Birmingham Southern Blackburn College Blue Mountain College Brenau University Brescia University Brewton-Parker Campbellsville University Carroll College Christian Brothers University Clearwater Christian College College of Coastal Georgia College of the Ozarks Columbus State Concordia-Selma Cumberland College Cumberland University David Lipscomb University Delta State University Dillard University Emmanuel College Evangel University Faulkner University Fisk University Florida Memorial College Fontbonne College Franklin College

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1-4 1-0 1-0 16-30 32-15 0-1 8-5 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 2-0 2-1 1-0 2-1 1-3 0-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 3-1 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-3 29-16 1-2 0-1 0-6 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

Freed-Hardeman University 2-4 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 0-5 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 22-16 Martin Methodist 2-0 Malloy College 1-0 McKendree College 1-0 McNeese State University 1-2 Miles College 3-0 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 Rust College 0-1 Savannah College of Arts & Design 1-0

Schreiner College 1-0 Selma University 2-0 Shorter College 4-5 Southeastern Louisiana University 1-8 Southern Nazarene University 0-2 Southern Polytechnic State 2-0 Southern Univ - New Orleans 31-11 Southern Wesleyan 3-1 Southwestern Oklahoma Univ 0-1 Spring Hill College 39-18 St. Edwards University 0-1 St. Gregoryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University 1-0 Stillman College 2-0 Talladega College 8-3 Tennessee Temple University 1-0 Tougaloo College 41-6 Trinity Baptist 1-0 Truett-McConnell 1-0 Tuskegee 0-1 Union University 0-2 University of Alabama-Huntsville 4-1 University of Central Arkansas 1-1 University of Montevallo 6-14 University of New Orleans 2-0 University of North Alabama 0-1 University of Science & Arts 0-1 University of South Alabama 0-4 University of Southern Mississippi 0-1 University of West Florida 13-18 Vanguard University 0-1 Warner Southern College 2-0 Wesley College 1-0 West Alabama, University of 2-3 William Carey University 36-18 Westminster College 1-0

Wilberforce College Xavier University - New Orleans

1-0 16-38


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Seasons -E1987-89 201220121994-96 2002-03 1989-91

Amanda Eads Briana Edwards Monica Evetts

1995-99 2002-04 1987-89 2007-08 2007-08 2000-02 20131988-89

2000-04 1991-92 1993-95 -M2004-07 Adrienne Mackay 2009-11 2010-12 Anna Maddox 2007-08, 11 1989-91 Kelli Manning 2004-06 Carlee Marcum 1994-96 Erica Martens 2003-05 1988-90 Traci Mattingly 1991-93 2005-09 Tamella Mazingo 1993-94 1995-99 Deonica McCormick 20121993-94 Michelle McDougal 1991-92 Sherri McIntosh 2006-09 Monique McKenzie 1998-00 2008-09 Amy McKeough 1991-93 1987-88 Laura Meisler 1987-88 1996-98 Morgan Melancon 2008-12 2000-01 Allison Michael 2010-12 1991-92 Carolyn Mirelez 1988-89 1994-96 Tara Morris 1990-92 2009-12 Crosby Morrison 2010-11 1997-01 2012-N2007-08 Christy Nall 1992-94 Amanda Newman 2006-07 1989-92 1992-93 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 20132000-03 2007-08 1989-90 2010-11 1987-88 2001-02 1998 1987-89 20132004-07

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

2010-11 2002-03 1990-91 1995-97 2008-10 1987-89 1994-98 1992-97 2006-07 1993-95

-RJana Rastovic Sabrina Reynolds Susie Richards Shiobhan Riley Arnissayur Robinson Christy Roewe Margo Rose Kyera Rowe Kelsie Ruff Debra Rutledge Kinga Rybarczyk

2010-11 1989-90 1987-88 1998-00 20132012-13 2005-07 20132009-12 1997-99 2002-06

2008-09 2010-11 2009-11 2000-04 1990-91 2003-07 -S1994-96 Jessica Sanders 2005-07 Keli Saragusa

Brandy Schick Stacey Scott Kim Shaw Laurie Simon Patsy Slater Alicia Smith Christy Smith Windy Smith Trenell Spears Molly Speed Shanelle Stallworth Blair Stevens Brittany Stevens April Straight Patricia Sylvester

1996-01 1993-95 1988-89 1999-03 2004-05 2008-09 1995-97 1989-90 2009-10 20122001-03 2008-09 2008-09 1997-00 1987-89

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

1996-98 2010-13 1997-00 1993-94 1993-94 2006-07 1998

-VJudi Vigneulle

2010-13

-WJenee Washington Stephanie Washington Beth Wasson-Murray Jennifer Wasson Sydney Westry Jan Williams Johnitia Williams Laquita Williams Shira Williams Tammy Williams Christelle Willis Stacy Winck Twanna Wolfe Tina Womack Laura Beth Wright

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Phil Headley 1988: 8-23 (3-12) 1989: 17-16 (7-9) 1990: 15-13 (11-5)

Curt Berger 1991: 22-8 (15-1) 1992: 18-12 (13-3) 1993: 22-9 (13-3) 1994: 15-16 (5-11) 1995: 24-8 (13-3)

Total: 40-52 (21-26)

Total: 101-53 (59-21)

Martha Gore-Algernon 1996: 21-12 (11-5) 1997: 23-10 (15-3) 1998: 13-19 (9-9) 1999: 14-18 (11-7) 2000: 13-18 (8-8) 2001: 13-14 (11-5) 2002: 30-6 (15-1) 2003: 22-13 (9-7) 2004: 16-14 (10-8) 2005: 25-9 (14-4) 2006: 23-6 (9-3) 2007: 20-12 (11-7) 2008: 8-6 (3-0)

Michael Berry 2008: 11-7 (10-5) 2009: 14-18 (6-12) 2010: 17-12 (9-9) 2011: 17-11 (6-6) 2012: 7-21 (4-14)

Billy Evans 2013: 16-15 (9-9) Total: 16-15 (9-9)

Total: 66-69 (35-46)

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Total: 241-157 (136-67)

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1st-Team NAIA All-American Jay King (1999) Kory Melancon (2001) Kevin Orso (2009) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Joe Espada (1995-96) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Kendall Hill (1998) Daniel Williford (1998) Raul Nieves (2000) Jackie Blanchard (2000) Julio Ortiz (2000) Sam Driver (2001) Raul Santana (2003) Jeff White (2003) Josh Kendrick (2003) Patrick Weaver (2003) Bubba Dobson (2003) Carlos Romero (2009) Ryan Parazine (2013) Men’s Basketball 1st-Team NAIA All-American Rene Antee (99-00) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Tramaine Perry (05) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Tramaine Perry (04) Robert Jones (08) Antonio Hester (12)

Men’s Golf NAIA All-Americans Tim Brunson (1987-88) Rudy Mihelic (1987-88) Franklin Walley (1989) Keith Turner (1992) Mark Hall (1993) Tim Butler (1997) Ewan Wilson (1997) Philip Nice (1997) Peter Quigley (1997) Andrew Bayliss (2000-01, 03) David Tuyo (2000) Graeme Brown (1998, 01) Matt Drinkard (2006) Honorable Mention AA Mike Graham (1990) Keith Turner (1990-91)

Men’s Soccer 1st-Team NAIA All-American Dencho Vassilev (1993) Junior Noel (1995, 97) Matt Miller (1998) Bonaventure Maurti (1998-99) Adauto Neto (1999-01) Dominic Schell (1999) Ousmane Coulibaly (2000-01) Steven Linpow (2001) Andrew Bayliss (2002) Jamie Ferguson (2002-03) James Gledhill (2002) Chris Williams (2002) Deshorn Brown (2010-11) Stephen Okai (2010, 12) Chris Dillon (2010) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Kirk Trotman (1994) Lee Chalmers (1995) Norman Dotch (1995) Glenn Benjamin (1996) James Gledhill (2000) Robert Ochan (2004) Andres Rota (2004) Matt Watts (2008) Chris Dillon (2011-12) Stephen Okai (2011) Gaetan Massiah (2012) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Dencho Vassilev (1992) Kirk Trotman (1993) Mickey Trotman (1994, 96) Darren Toby (2003) Thomas Wharf (2007) Ruben Diaz (2007) Caetano Lima (2007) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Kirk Trotman (1992) Kevin Denerez (1994) Paul Oyuga (1997) Remi Roy (1999) Chris Williams (2000) Brady Bryant (2003) Tommy Sarkkinen (2003) Matt Watts (2007) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Ruben Diaz (2008) Chris Dillon (2009) Michael Azira (2011) Men’s Tennis 1st-Team NAIA All-American Joakim Appelqvist (1992) Andrew Batie (1992) Mattias Karlsson (1993-94) Jacques Theron (1993-95) Rickard Strom (1995) Jauffrey Faustini (1996) Michael McMahon (1996) Dean Owen (1996) Malik Tabet (1997) Leif Meineke (1997) Marcel Van Der Heide (97-98) Fernando Ibarrola (1997-98) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Frank Chauzu (1993) Christer Fellwing (1993-94) Rickard Strom (1994) Michael McMahon (94-95, 98)

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Volleyball 3rd-Team NAIA All-Americans Knight, Whitney (2007-09)

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Women’s Basketball 1st-Team NAIA All-American Crystal Coston (06)

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Honorable Mention NAIA AA Baldwin, Syretta (2007) Stilkey, Paula (2008-09)

2nd-Team NAIA All-American Crystal Coston (05) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Bernadette Powe (97) Edmarie Lumbsley (02) Crystal Coston (03)

1st-Team NAIA All-American Charleste Vaughn (1990, 93) Ivy Dashkin (1992) Jennifer Hilliard (1993) Coby Cashion (1996) Terri Chavis (1997) Nikki Wilson (1997-98) Summer Powell (1999) Sunny Russ (1999) Tiffany Genola (2002) Maria Soto (2003) Missy Passley (2003) Denisse Fuenmayor (2004) Meredith Tanner (2004) Kirby Baxter (2004) Mayret Perez (2005-06) Linden Jones (2006) Yaicey Sojo (2007-08) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Tonya Smith (1991) Terri Chavis (1994, 96) Katie Mahoney (1994-95) Melissa Thomas (1996-97) Sunny Russ (1997) Belinda Stein (1997) Tiffany Genola (1998) Rhonda Richardson (1999) Erin Hostrander (2001) Kirby Baxter (2003, 05) Denisse Fuenmayor (2003) Brenda Box (2004) Linden Jones (2005) Evelyne Pare (2005) Meredith Tanner (2005) Angelica Yrigoyen (2006) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Ivy Dashkin (1991) Sunny Russ (1998) Belinda Stein (1998) Denisse Fuenmayor (2002) Sylvia Bedgood (2003) Brenda Box (2003) Stephanie Landrum (2004) Anadys Suarez (2008) Jineth Pimentel (2008-09)

Olivia Maddox (2012) Honorable Mention AA Irina Teneva (1994) Solvieg Baadsvik (1995) Pam Byrne (1995) Vanessa Sims (1998) Tina Froberg (1999) Elizabeth McGowan (1999) Tracy Mulligan (1999) Silje Lunde (2000) Tammie Thornton (2000) Nadine McCorry (2001) Rose Clemensen (2003) Terri McCreadie (2008) Anna Maddox (2008-09) Missy Stovall (2009-10) Christy Lachappelle (2011-12) Rebekah Counce (2011) Olivia Maddox (2011) Women’s Tennis

Honorable Mention NAIA AA Olivia Crawford (00) Edmarie Lumbsley (01) Shanelle Stallworth (02) Crystal Coston (04) Danielle Goodly (09) Alice Honnery (11-12) Women’s Golf NAIA All-Americans Hannah Hell (1994) Kathy Ziglo (1994-95) Valerie Turner (1996) Fiona Young (1996-98) Maria Boivie (1997) Christine Clark (1997) Deanne Tolbird (2000) Maegan Rice (2007, 10) Honorable Mention AA Leigh Ankerson (2001) Maegan Rice (2008) Women’s Soccer 1st-Team NAIA All-American Kellie Mitchell (1994) Irina Teneva (1995) Nina Wathne (1996-97) Nina Ellingsen (1996) Pam Byrne (1996) Astrid Vierdal (1997) Christina Werner (1997) Jackie Law (1997-98) Carmie Landeen (1998) Danielle Small (1998) Tracy Mulligan (1998) Ane Stangeland (2000) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Sara Krupa (1996-97) Kathrine Sund (1997) Lindsay Grant (1997-98) Hedda Hougland (1998) Alissa Leffler (2000) Anna Maddox (2010) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Therese Lewis (1996) Vanessa Sims (1997-98) Tina Froberg (1998) Elizabeth McGowan (2000) Christy Lachappelle (2010) Lorna Brownlie (2011)

1st-Team NAIA All-American Karina Macias (1991-92) Malin Lundin (1991-92) Christiana Rodriguez (1992) Joanne Crothers (1992) Cecilia Robles (1993) Anna Larsheim (1993) Melissa Metcalfe (1993-94) Marilia Andrade (1993-94) Anita Pearson (1994) Anna Moll (1994) Marina Nyman (1994-96) Cassandra Mavin (1995, 97) Ingrid Van Gelder (1995) Martine Van der Bijl (1995) Marine Franchot (1995-97) Isabella Listowska (1995-97) Manon Buskens (1996) Marina Kopacova (1997) Sandra Groschwitz (1998) Tania Kovatchka (1998) Agnese Rozite (2013) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Karina Macias (1989) Radina De La Pena (1989-91) Christina Rodriguez (1992) Petra Thuresson (1992) Marina Nyman (1997) Sandra Groschwitz (1997) Andreea Petrisor (1998) Martina Rodriguez (1998) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Josy Soares (2006) Women’s XC/Track NAIA All-American Ivana Skladana (1995) Petra Staskova (1995) Zola Davis (1998)

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