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TABLE OF CONTENTS/QUICK FACTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents.................................................................... 1 2012-13 Quick Facts............................................................... 1

MEDIA INFORMATION

2012-13 Roster....................................................................... 2 Media Information & Policies................................................. 3 Directions to the Elma Roane Fieldhouse...............................4 Fieldhouse Records................................................................ 5 Directions to FedExForum...................................................... 6 FedExForum Records.............................................................. 7 Women’s Basketball Multimedia............................................ 8 Conference USA...................................................................... 9 Dr. Shirley C. Raines.............................................................. 10 Athletics Director Tom Bowen.............................................. 11 About the University of Memphis........................................12 City of Memphis................................................................... 13 Tiger Traditions..................................................................... 14 Schedule and Opponent Contact Information.....................15 Memphis vs. All-Time Opponents........................................16 All-Time Results by Opponent.............................................. 17 Memphis vs. Conferences.................................................... 23 Tigers on TV.......................................................................... 24 Memphis vs. Ranked Opponents..........................................25 Memphis in the National Rankings......................................25

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach Melissa McFerrin.............................................. 26 Associate Head Coach Keila Whittington.............................27 Assistant Coach Erin Grant................................................... 27 Assistant Coach Michael Wholey.........................................28 Director of Basketball Operations Donease Smith...............28 Strength Coach Mike Jenkins................................................ 28 Support Staff........................................................................ 29

PLAYER INFORMATION

Bilqis Abdul -Qaadir.............................................................. 30 Jamila Ajanaku...................................................................... 31 Nicole Dickson...................................................................... 32 Asianna Fuqua-Bey............................................................... 33 Krishunda Harvey................................................................. 33 Ariel Hearn........................................................................... 34 Pa’Sonna Hope..................................................................... 34 Jaymie Jackson..................................................................... 34 Ann Jones............................................................................. 35 Devin Mack........................................................................... 35 Lauren McGraw.................................................................... 36 Jailyn Norris ......................................................................... 37 Courtney Powell................................................................... 37 Mooriah Rowser................................................................... 37

YEAR IN REVIEW

2011-12 Memphis Stats....................................................... 39 2011-12 Team Game-by-Game Stats....................................41 2011-12 Box Scores.............................................................. 42

MEMPHIS BASKETBALL HISTORY/ RECORDS

Women’s Basketball History................................................. 46 NCAA Tournament Teams..................................................... 51 WNIT Tournament Teams..................................................... 53 NWI Team............................................................................. 54 WBI Team............................................................................. 54 All-Time Post Season Box Scores..........................................55 National/Conference Honors............................................... 61 1,000 Point Scorers............................................................... 62 M Club Hall of Fame Honorees............................................. 65 All-Time Roster..................................................................... 66 By the Numbers.................................................................... 67 Year-by-Year Results............................................................. 68 Conference Tournament Results..........................................77 Regular Season Tournament History....................................78 30-Point Games/100-Point Games.......................................80 Career Double-Doubles........................................................ 81 Year-by-Year Statistic Leaders............................................... 84 Year-by-Year Team Totals...................................................... 86 Team Records....................................................................... 87 Individual Records................................................................ 90 Class Records........................................................................ 93 Opponents Records............................................................ 101 Coaching Records............................................................... 102 The Last Time..................................................................... 103

QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS INFORMATION

Location:........................................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:................ 1912 as West Tennessee Normal Enrollment:...................................................... 22,725 Nickname:.........................................................Tigers Colors:..................................................Blue and Gray Conference:...................................... Conference USA Arena (Capacity):....................Elma Roane FH (2,565) ............................................ FedExForum (18,400) Press Row Phone:......................... 901-678-2005 (FH) Press Row Phone:......................(901) 205-2759 (FEF) President:........................................Dr. Shirley Raines Alma Mater, Yr.:................................ UT Martin, 1967 Athletic Director:..................................... Tom Bowen Alma Mater, Yr.:.............................Notre Dame, 1983 Associate Athletic Director/(SWA):.......... Lynn Parkes NCAA Faculty Rep:................................Dr. Ed Stevens Ticket Office Phone:.............................901-678-2331 Official Athletics Website:........ www.gotigersgo.com

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:....................................Melissa McFerrin Alma Mater, Yr.:.................................. Missouri, 1983 Record at Memphis:........................... 78-53/5th year Overall Record:.............................128-123/8 seasons Basketball Office Phone:......................901-678-4120 Basketball Office Fax: ...........................901-678-5912 Associate Head Coach:................... Keila Whittington Alma Mater, Yr.:......................................Dillard, 1989 Assistant Coach:......................................... Erin Grant Alma Mater, Yr.:................................Texas Tech, 2006 Assistant Coach:............................... Michael Wholey Alma Mater, Yr.:......................Emerson College, 2004 Director of Basketball Ops:................. Donease Smith Alma Mater, Yr.:.............Central Missouri State, 1998 Athletic Trainer:........................................ Kim Duskin Strength & Conditioning Coach:.............Mike Jenkins

TEAM INFORMATION

2011-12 Overall Record:...................................... 25-8 2011-12 Conference USA Record:............... 13-3/2nd Starters Returning/Lost:........................................2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:..............................6/5 Newcomers:............................................................. 8

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

Assistant Director/Women’s Basketball Contact:......... ..................................................... Tammy DeGroff Email:....................................tdegroff@memphis.edu Office Phone:........................................901-678-5787 Cell Phone:...........................................901-734-1504 Fax:.......................................................901-678-4134

MISSION STATEMENT The primary mission of the Athletics Department at the University of Memphis is to provide a successful athletic program at the highest level of competition. Characterized by academic, athletic and moral excellence in a diverse collegiate environment, the program will abide by the spirit of the rules governing students and intercollegiate athletics and will be known for its good sportsmanship and integrity. The U of M is a Tennessee Board of Regent institution and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action university.

2012-13 SCHEDULE November 3 November 11 November 21 November 25 November 30 December 7 December 9 December 14 December 19 December 22 December 29 December 31 January 5 January 10 January 13 January 17 January 20 January 24 January 27 January 31 February 3 February 10 February 14 February 17 February 21 February 24 February 28 March 3 March 7 March 13-16

RHODES COLLEGE (Exh.) GRAMBLING STATE % at UT Arlington PRAIRIE VIEW A&M at East Tennessee State UALR ILLINOIS ALABAMA A&M at Saint Louis at Seton Hall MISSOURI TENNESSEE TECH WRIGHT STATE at Houston * SOUTHERN MISS * EAST CAROLINA * at Tulane * at UAB * UCF * RICE * at Marshall * at UCF * UAB * SMU * at Southern Miss * UTEP * at Tulsa * at East Carolina * MARSHALL * C-USA Championship % Pre-Season WNIT

CREDITS The 2012-13 U of M Tiger Women’s Basketball Fact Book is a publication of the U of M Athletic Media Relations Department, and is intended for the editorial use of media organizations covering the Tigers. Any reprinting, reproduction or other use of the contents for any commercial use is prohibited. The cover was designed by Brandon Kolditz. The guide was written and edited by Tammy DeGroff, using Adobe InDesign CS6 and Photoshop CS6. Photography was provided by Joe Murphy of Joe Murphy Photography, Ronnie Pierce, Troy Glasgow, Gil Michael and Sideline Sports in Orlando, Fla. The fact book was printed by Jaco Bryant Printing in Memphis, Tenn.. Any questions, requests and changes to this guide should be directed to Tammy DeGroff, Assistant Athletic Media Relations Director at (901) 678-5787. Fax requests can be sent to (901) 678-4134. The University of Memphis Athletic Media Relations’ mailing address is: 203 East Athletic Office Building, Memphis, TN 38152-3730.

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2012-13 UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS ROSTER NO 2 5 10 11 12 15 21 23 24 32 33 34 35 55

NAME Jailyn Norris Lauren McGraw Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Jamila Ajanaku Ariel Hearn Pa’Sonna Hope Asia Fuqua-Bey Jaymie Jackson Mooriah Rowser Courtney Powell Ann Jones Devin Mack Nicole Dickson Krishunda Harvey

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NAME Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Jamila Ajanaku Nicole Dickson Asianna Fuqua-Bey Krishunda Harvey Ariel Hearn Pa’Sonna Hope Jaymie Jackson Ann Jones Devin Mack Lauren McGraw Jailyn Norris Courtney Powell Mooriah Rowser

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

POS Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Post Guard Guard Forward Post Forward Forward Post

HT 5-10 5-10 5-4 6-1 5-7 6-0 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-1

CL-Exp. So.-1L So.-1L RS-Jr.-1L Sr.-TR Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-JC Sr.-3L Jr.-2L

HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL Chicago Heights, Ill./Homewood-Flossmoor Lauderhill, Fla./Dillard HS Springfield, Mass./New Leadership Charter Memphis, Tenn./Central/Middle Tennessee Memphis, Tenn./Arlington HS Cleveland, Ohio/Regina HS/Ole Miss Chicago, Ill./Marist HS Toledo, Ohio/Start HS Rockville, Md./St. Johns College HS Youngstown, Ohio/Ursuline HS Jackson, Tenn./Liberty Tech Magnet Rockford, Ill./Boylan Catholic/Kishwaukee JC Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville HS Dallas, Texas/North Mesquite HS

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER POS Guard Guard Forward Post Post Guard Forward Guard Post Forward Guard Guard Forward Guard

HT 5-4 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-1 5-7 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-9

CL-Exp. RS-Jr.-1L Sr.-TR Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-JC So.-1L So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL Springfield, Mass./New Leadership Charter Memphis, Tenn./Central/Middle Tennessee Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville HS Chicago, Ill./Marist HS Dallas, Texas/North Mesquite HS Memphis, Tenn./Arlington HS Cleveland, Ohio/Regina HS/Ole Miss Toledo, Ohio/Start HS Jackson, Tenn./Liberty Tech Magnet Rockford, Ill./Boylan Catholic/Kishwaukee JC Lauderhill, Fla./Dillard HS Chicago Heights, Ill./Homewood-Flossmoor Youngstown, Ohio/Ursuline HS Rockville, Md./St. Johns College HS

Head Coach: Melissa McFerrin (Missouri, 1983), 5th Season Associate Head Coach: Keila Whittington (Dillard, 1989), 1st Season Assistant Coach: Erin Grant (Texas Tech, 2006) 1st Season, Assistant Coach: Michael Wholey (Emerson College, 2004), 5th Season Director of Basketball Operations: Donease Smith Video Operations Assistant: Ben Kantor Athletic Trainer: Kim Duskin

CLASS BREAKDOWN FRESHMEN (5) Asianna Fuqua-Bey Ariel Hearn Jaymie Jackson Courtney Powell Mooriah Rowser

SOPHOMORES (3) Ann Jones Lauren McGraw Jailyn Norris

JUNIORS (4)

Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir KK Harvey Pa’Sonna Hope Devin Mack

SENIORS (2) Jamila Ajanaku Nicole Dickson

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Bill kees OB doul Kuh deer Jamila Ajanaku Jah mee la Uh john na kuu Asianna Fuqua-Bey Asianna Foo kwah Bay Krishunda Harvey Krish un da Harvey Jailyn Norris Jay lyn Norris

STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWN Florida (1): Lauren McGraw Illinois (3): Asia Fuqua-Bey, Devin Mack, Jailyn Norris Maryland (1): Mooriah Rowser Massachusetts (1): Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Ohio (3): Pa’Sonna Hope, Jaymie Jackson, Courtney Powell Tennessee (4): Jamila Ajanaku, Nicole Dickson, Ariel Hearn, Ann Jones Texas (1): KK Harvey

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COVERING THE TIGERS All media wanting to cover the Tigers are asked to coordinate interviews through Assistant SID Tammy DeGroff. Practice sessions are closed, but special arrangements can be made for media covering the Tigers. Interviews are not permitted on game days prior to the game and the Tigers’ locker room is closed for post game interviews through the regular season and the conference tournament.

MEDIA INFORMATION

The media press row in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse is the top press row and a handful of seats on the front scorer’s table. Wireless internet is available in the gym on game days only. Phone lines are available on the upper press row and ISDN lines are available for visiting radio on a reciprocal basis on the left hand side of press row as you look at the scorer’s table. Press row at FedExForum is located behind the scorer’s table and in the east end zone (Plaza Level). Members of the media will be assigned seating. For women’s-only games at FedExForum, media is encouraged to file post-game stories

from the media work room in the back of the facility, as the post-game break down of the facility will begin as soon as home radio is complete.

MEDIA PARKING

Media parking for games at the Elma Roane Fieldhouse is in the flat lot across the street from the parking garage. Paid parking is available in the garage for a fee. Media parking for FedExForum games is located on Linden Avenue (also called Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.) between Third and Fourth streets and across from FedExForum. Women’s basketball games typically have a parking list. Email Tammy DeGroff three days before the game in order to be put on the parking list. Television production trucks and satellite trucks for games at the Elma Roane Fieldhouse need to contact Tammy DeGroff prior to the event to arrange for an electrician to power the units and to obtain parking locations. The production truck can park in the alley between the Fieldhouse and the parking garage, but satellite trucks must park behind the University Bookstore to obtain a signal, which is a long cable run.

AT H L E T I C S C O M M U N I C AT I O N S 203 AT H L E T I C O F F I C E B L D G . MEMPHIS, TN 38152 M A I N N U M B E R: 901-678-2337/FA X: 901-678-4134

BLAKE BARINGTON

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-2397 C: 832-969-1310 E-MAIL: rmears@memphis.edu

INTERN O: 901-678-5182 C: 325-423-2512 E-MAIL: bcbrngtn@memphis.edu

JARED BROWN

JACLYN BERSCHLER

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-4640 C: 570-590-6119 E-MAIL: jsbrown8@memphis.edu

INTERN O: 901-678-5182 C: 203-803-0728 E-MAIL: Jfbrschl@memphis.edu

LAMAR CHANCE

TRAVIS CHELL

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-2349 C: 901-734-9949 E-MAIL: lchance1@memphis.edu

INTERN O: 901-678-3291 C: 715-431-0253 E-MAIL: tlchell@memphis.edu

TAMMY DeGROFF

BRAD POPE

ASSISTANT/WBKB SID O: 901-678-5787 C: 901-734-1504 E-MAIL: tdegroff@memphis.edu

INTERN O: 901-678-5223 C: 901-336-8203 E-MAIL: sbpope@memphis.edu

BRANDON KOLDITZ

MARTHA WOODS

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-2444 C: 901-871-5475 E-MAIL: wkolditz@memphis.edu

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT O: 901-678-2337 F: 901-678-4134 E-MAIL: mwoods@memphis.edu

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-3291 C: 870-759-2074 E-MAIL: mark.taylor@memphis.edu

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Admittance to courtside is by press pass ONLY. When the clock is moving, all photographers must be off the court and seated behind the dotted line around the court. No photographers are allowed on the sidelines of the court. Flash photography is not permitted in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse or at FedExForum.

TELEPHONES

Phone lines are available at the Elma Roane Fieldhouse and are free for local calls. Please dial ‘9’ to get off-campus. One line is reserved for home radio and one for visiting radio. The other lines are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Visiting radio needing an ISDN line are asked to contact Tammy DeGroff at 901-678-5787 or tdegroff@memphis.edu to receive SPID numbers for the broadcast.

CREDENTIAL POLICY

RON MEARS

MARK TAYLOR

For FedExForum games, television production trucks will park in the dock area. Please contact Tammy DeGroff to arrange truck arrival times, number of credentials needed and contact information for FedExForum.

All credentials must be requested from Assistant SID Tammy DeGroff at least 24 hours prior to tip-off. Space can be extremely limited in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse and will be awarded on a PRIORITY basis as follows: 1. Local newspapers, wire services, national publications, newspapers from the opponent’s area, and student newspaper from Memphis and the opponent institution. 2. Other daily newspapers with a preference to those that cover Memphis on a daily basis. 3. Radio and television personnel not broadcasting, but considered reporter. 4. Non-daily newspapers, with preference to those that regularly cover Memphis Athletics. 5. Other weekly and monthly publications that regularly cover the Memphis Tigers. 6. Websites (* see restrictions below) Due to the limited seating at the Elma Roane Fieldhouse, there are no professional scouting seats in the Fieldhouse.

WEBSITES

The official website of the Memphis Tigers and the official website of the visiting school will be credentialed. Other websites will not be credentialed unless they meet the following specifications: 1. Must be a legal corporate entity that has been in business at least one full calendar year and has provided coverage of Memphis Athletics or the visiting team for at least one year. 2. Must provide original daily coverage of ALL athletic teams from the U of M with its own staff of reporters, photographers and equipment. 3. Must travel to and cover all football away games and all major post-season events. 4. Must provide coverage of all press conferences of ALL athletic teams at the U of M. 5. Must be accredited by the home university as working media. 6. The maximum number of credentials that web site may receive is two based on space available and the discretion of the media relations director. Websites that sponsor message boards, message centers or chat rooms where people are allowed to post anonymous information will not be issued credentials. If a medium has an online site and they sponsor anonymous forums, they may continue to request credentials under its traditional medium (Newspaper, radio, television), but will not be granted additional passes for online staff. Requests from individuals not employed by an accredited media outlet will not be considered. Fan web sites and sites that the primary focus is recruiting will NOT be credentialed.)

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DIRECTIONS TO THE ELMA ROANE FIELDHOUSE I-40 EAST (FROM ARKANSAS)

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After you cross the “New” bridge, proceed past the Pyramid Arena approximately one (1) mile. Take I-240 South (right) toward Jackson, Miss. Stay on I-240 and it will loop “East” toward Nashville. Follow the signs toward Nashville. Approximately five (5) miles exit at Exit 20 (GETWELL NORTH). After exiting on Getwell North continue on Getwell until it dead ends at Park Ave. (You will see a Burger King directly in front of you.) Turn right onto Park Avenue and get in the left lane. Take a left at the first light which will be Goodlett. Follow Goodlett over the railroad tracks, and continue on until you come to the next light. Take a left onto Central Avenue. Follow Central Avenue to the first light and make a left onto Zach Curlin. You will see the Elma Fieldhouse on the right and just past it (before you go around the curve to the

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right and past The Campus School) is a new parking garage. Buses and TV trucks should pull up to the concrete slab that is in between the parking garage and the entrance to The Fieldhouse which is marked for deliveries. Fans are encouraged to park in the garage or across the street in one of the lots marked for General Parking.

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I-55 SOUTH (FROM ST. LOUIS AND ARK.)

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After you cross the “old” bridge, stay on I-55 South, exit at I-240 “East” to Nashville. Approximately five (5) minutes exit at Exit 20 (GETWELL NORTH). After exiting on Getwell North continue on Getwell until it dead ends at Park Ave. (You will see a Burger King directly in front of you.) Turn right onto Park Avenue and get in the left lane. Take a left at the first light which will be Goodlett. Follow Goodlett over the railroad tracks, and continue on until you come to the next light.

I-40 WEST (FROM NASHVILLE)

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Take a left onto Central Avenue. Follow Central Avenue to the first light and make a left onto Zach Curlin. You will see the Elma Fieldhouse on the right and just past it (before you go around the curve to the right and past The Campus School) is a new parking garage. Buses and TV trucks should pull up to the concrete slab that is in between the parking garage and the entrance to The Fieldhouse which is marked for deliveries. Fans are encouraged to park in the garage or across the street in one of the lots marked for General Parking.

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Once you enter Shelby County. stay on I-40 approximately 10-15 minutes. Follow sign “LOCAL TRAFFIC.” Take the Graham Street Exit. Go left on Graham Street. Follow Graham over the railroad tracks. You will come to an intersection with a three-way stop. TAKE A LEFT (Do not continue on straight). You are now on Goodlett. Stay on Goodlett as it winds around. Go through the first stop light at Walnut Grove. Go through the next stop light at Poplar Ave. At the next stop light take a right onto Central Avenue. Follow Central Avenue to the first light and make a left onto Zach Curlin. You will see the Elma Fieldhouse on the right and just past it (before you go around the curve to the right and past The Campus School) is a new parking garage. Buses and TV trucks should pull up to the concrete slab that is in between the parking garage and the entrance to The Fieldhouse which is marked for deliveries. Fans are encouraged to park in the garage or across the street in one of the lots marked for General Parking.

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Take Airways Blvd. North to I-240 “East” toward Nashville. Follow I-240 approximately three (3) minutes then take Exit 20 (GETWELL NORTH). After exiting on Getwell North continue on Getwell until it dead ends at Park Ave. (You will see a Burger King directly in front of you.) Turn right onto Park Avenue and get in the left lane. Take a left at the first light which will be Goodlett. Follow Goodlett over the railroad tracks, and continue on until you come to the next light. Take a left onto Central Avenue. Follow Central Avenue to the first light and make a left onto Zach Curlin. You will see the Elma Fieldhouse on the right and just past it (before you go around the curve to the right and past The Campus School) is a new parking garage. Buses and TV trucks should pull up to the concrete slab that is in between the parking garage and the entrance to The Fieldhouse which is marked for deliveries. Fans are encouraged to park in the garage or across the street in one of the lots marked for General Parking.


ELMA ROANE FIELDHOUSE RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST POINTS

By a Tiger.............................................. 45, Tamika Whitmore vs. Arkansas State (3/17/99) By an opposing player.............................. 48, LaToya Thomas Mississippi State (11/21/00)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

By a Tiger......................................................20, Betty Booker vs. Central Missouri State (2/10/79) By an opposing player............................. 18, LaToya Thomas Mississippi State (11/21/00)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

By a Tiger......................................................29, Betty Booker vs. Central Missouri State (2/10/79) By an opposing player............................ 32, Veronica Hunter Tennessee State (11/26/84)

BEST FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 8 FGA) By a Tiger ..................................917 (11-12), Princess Swilley vs. UAB (1/14/01) .........................................................917 (11-12), Linda Street vs. Temple (11/27/78) By an opposing player............... 1.000 (8-8), Shelia Etheridge Louisiana Tech (1/20/89)

MOST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

By a Tiger................................................. 7, LaTonya Johnson vs. Southern Illinois (1/17/96) By an opposing player............................ 8, Francine Houston UCF (2/17/07) .............................................................................8, Mitzi Rice Tennessee Tech (3/1/90)

3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

By a Tiger.................................................. 12, Nicole Dickson vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) .......................................................................... Tamika Butler vs. Ole Miss (11/29/03) By an opposing player.......................... 16, Francine Houston UCF (2/17/07) ......................................................................16, Vicki Romine Arkansas State (12/9/87)

BEST 3-PT. FIELD GOAL PCT (MIN. 5 FGM) By a Tiger...................................... .833 (5-6), Brittany Carter vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff (11/19/11) ............................................................(5-6), LaTonya Johnson vs. Middle Tennessee (12/14/97) By an opposing player......................1.000 (5-5), Charity Clay UMKC (11/23/01)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

By a Tiger ...................................................... 14, Jasmine Lee vs. Tulsa (2/26/12) By an opposing player.....................15, Chamique Holdsclaw Tennessee (2/12/98)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

BEST FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 FTA) By a Tiger ...............................1.00 (10-10) Victoria Crawford vs. UMES (11/21/03) By an opposing player................. 1.00 (10-10) Armintie Price Ole Miss, 11/29/03)

TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS

By Memphis.................................116, Alabama St. (12/1/95) In a half...................................................... 72, USF (1/7/96) By an opponent............................ 118, Tennessee (2/19/92) By both teams.............. 208, UM 111, Ole Miss 97 (1/24/79)

FEWEST POINTS

By Memphis............................................... 46, UAB (2/15/92) In a half .........................................11 by Belmont (11/13/11) By an opponent........................ 32 by Alabama St. (12/1/95) By both teams..................106, UM 55, Ole Miss 51 (2/14/90)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

By Memphis....................................48, W. Carolina (1/18/85) By an opponent.............................. 44 by La. Tech (1/20/89) By both teams....................84, Ole Miss 43, UM 41 (1/24/79)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

By Memphis............................ 94, Illinois-Chicago (12/9/78) ..................................................... 94, Valdosta State (2/3/78) ...................................................... 94, W. Kentucky (2/15/82) By an opponent.......................... 93 by N. Illinois (12/18/80) By both teams...............177, N. Illinois 93, UM 84 (12/18/80)

Tamika Whitmore, who went on to be a WNBA AllStar and played 11 seasons in the WNBA, still holds the Fieldhouse scoring record.

BEST FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE

By Memphis..................................... .718, Ole Miss (1/24/79) By an opponent.........................649 by Tennessee (2/19/92)

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

By Memphis...........................................10, vs. Tulsa (1/7/07) .......................................................... 10, vs. Tulane (1/28/96) By an opponent.................................. 12 by DePaul (2/20/05) By both teams.................. 17, Memphis, Creighton (12/6/06) ...................................................17, Memphis, UCF (2/17/07)

MOST 3-PT. FG ATTEMPTED

By Memphis...........................................28, vs. Tulsa (1/7/07) By an opponent...............................31 by E. Wash. (12/2/88) By both teams........................43, Memphis vs. Tulsa (1/7/07)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

By Memphis..................................................41, USF (1/7/96) By an opponent......................... 33 by Florida State (1/19/91) By both teams................... 55, UM 36, Syracuse 19 (12/9/94)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

By Memphis..................................................46, USF (1/7/96) By an opponent........................... 41 by Florida St. (1/19/91) By both team..................72, UM 37, UT-Martin 35 (3/14/99)

BEST FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE

By Memphis.................... .938 (15-16), St. Francis (11/27/98) By an opponent............1.000 (13-13) by Louisville (1/22/99)

MOST REBOUNDS

By Memphis................................... 73 , Southern (12/18/82) By an opponent................................66 by Phillips (12/4/90) By both teams...............117, UM 51, vs. Phillips 66 (12/2/89)

By a Tiger ...................................................... 18, Jasmine Lee vs. Tulsa (2/26/12) By an opposing player................................17, Jillian Robbins Tulsa (1/7/07) .........................................................17, Chamique Holdsclaw Tennessee (2/12/98)

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DIRECTIONS TO FEDEXFORUM NORTH FROM I-55

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Drive NORTH on I-55 Exit EAST on E.H. Crump Blvd. Turn NORTH on Third Street to arena-area parking.

SOUTH FROM I-40

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Drive West on I-40. Exit SOUTH on Danny Thomas Turn WEST on Linden Avenue to arena-area parking.

WEST FROM MIDTOWN I-240

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Drive NORTH on Midtown I-240. Exit RIGHT to Lamar. Turn LEFT on Lamar. Turn RIGHT on Somerville and follow curve left to Linden Avenue to arena-area parking.

WEST FROM I-240 VIA SAM COOPER

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Drive NORTH on I-240 near I-40 interchange Exit LEFT on Sam Cooper Blvd. Follow Sam Cooper WEST until it dead-ends at East Parkway. Turn LEFT on East Parkway. Turn RIGHT on Poplar. Follow Poplar WEST to Second Street Turn LEFT on Second Street and follow to arena-area parking.

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FEDEXFORUM SINGLE GAME RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST POINTS

Facility WBKB Record.................................32, Brittany Carter Memphis vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) By a Tiger...................................................32, Brittany Carter vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) By an opposing player......................................... 26, Kim Gay East Carolina (2/27/10)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

Facility WBKB Record.................................12, Brittany Carter Memphis vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) By a Tiger...................................................12, Brittany Carter vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) By an opposing player.................................. 11, Sherill Baker Georgia (12/29/05)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Facility WBKB Record...................................26, Paris Leonard Memphis vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By a Tiger.....................................................26, Paris Leonard vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By an opposing player....................................... 19, Jori Davis Indiana, vs. Memphis (11/13/09) ................................................................ 19, Diamond Rogers UAB (1/27/08)

BEST FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 5 FGA)

Facility WBKB Record.......................857 (6-7), Christine Elliot SMU vs. Memphis (1/9/10) By a Tiger........................................ ..720 (5-7) Savannah Ellis vs. UTEP (1/29/09) By an opposing player.....................857 (6-7), Christine Elliot SMU (1/9/10)

MOST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

Facility WBKB Record..........................................4 by Kim Gay East Carolina vs. Memphis (2/27/10) ..................................................................... 4, Nicole Dickson Memphis vs. Southern Miss (1/30/11) By a Tiger..................................................... 4, Nicole Dickson vs. Southern Miss (1/30/11) By an opposing player........................................4 by Kim Gay East Carolina (2/27/10)

3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Facility WBKB Record..................................11, Danielle Blagg Tulane vs. Memphis (3/9/12) By a Tiger.....................................................10, Paris Leonard vs. UTEP (1/29/09) By an opposing player................................11, Danielle Blagg Tulane (3/9/12)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

Facility WBKB Record...................................13, Paris Leonard Memphis vs. Arkansas (12/3/08) By a Tiger.....................................................13, Paris Leonard vs. Arkansas (12/3/08) By an opposing player...........................10 by D’Frantz Smart Rice, vs. Memphis (1/23/10) ............................................................10 by Tasha Humphrey Georgia (12/29/05)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Facility WBKB Record.............................17 by D’Frantz Smart Rice vs. Memphis (1/23/10) By a Tiger.....................................................15, Paris Leonard vs. Arkansas (12/3/08) By an opposing player...........................17 by D’Frantz Smart Rice (1/23/10)

BEST FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 FTA) Facility WBKB Record........ 1.000 (10-10) by Tasha Humphrey Georgia, vs. Memphis (12/29/05) By a Tiger...................................... .870 (13-15) Paris Leonard vs. Arkansas (12/3/08)

By an opposing player...... 1.000 (10-10) by Tasha Humphrey Georgia (12/29/05)

MOST REBOUNDS

Facility WBKB Record.................................18 by Lisa Johnson Toledo vs. Memphis (1/4/08) By a Tiger...............................................13 by Jessica Jackson vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By an opposing player...............................18 by Lisa Johnson Toledo (1/4/08)

................................................9 by San Diego State vs. Duke (3/27/10) By Memphis:.........................9 by Memphis vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) By a Memphis opponent:................................... 9 by Toledo (1/4/08) By both teams:............. 16 Memphis (9) vs. East Carolina (7), (2/6/11)

MOST 3-PT. FG ATTEMPTED

Facility Record:............ 27 by South Alabama vs. Memphis (12/11/08) By Memphis:.............................................. 20 vs. Georgia (12/29/05) By a Memphis opponent:......................... 27, South Alabama (12/11/08) By both teams:............................ 41 Tulane 25, Memphis 16 (3/9/12)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

MOST ASSISTS

Facility WBKB Record...................................14, Alex Winchell Memphis vs. Southern Miss (1/30/11) By a Tiger.....................................................14, Alex Winchell Memphis vs. Southern Miss (1/30/11 By an opposing player................................. 11, Ashley Clarke East Carolina (2/27/10)

MOST STEALS

Facility WBKB Record..........................7 by Bridgette Mitchell Duke vs. San Diego St. (3/27/10) By a Tiger............................................... 6 by Ramses Lonlack vs. SMU (1/9/10) ................................................................... 6 by Paris Leonard vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By an opposing player.................................6 by Sherill Baker Georgia (12/29/05)

MOST BLOCKS

Facility WBKB Record................................ 10, Brittney Griner Baylor vs. Tennessee (3/27/10) By a Tiger.................................................5 by Jessica Jackson vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By an opposing player............................ 5, Ra’Shawna Sippio South Alabama (12/11/08) ......................................................... 5 by Dominique Philpots Tulane (2/7/07)

TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS

Facility Record:........................97 by Georgia vs. Memphis (12/29/05) By Memphis........................................... 83 vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) In the first half......................52 by Memphis vs. East Carolina (2/6/11 In the second half:...................54 by Georgia vs. Memphis (12/29/05) In overtime:.................................... 12 by Memphis vs. Rice (1/23/10) By both teams:................ 153, Memphis 83, East Carolina 70 (2/6/11)

FEWEST POINTS

Facility Record:...................... 40 by Memphis vs. Missouri (11/12/10) By Memphis.......................... 40 by Memphis vs. Missouri (11/12/10) In a Half:..................................17 by Memphis vs. Georgia (12/29/05) In the First Half:.......................17 by Memphis vs. Georgia (12/29/05) In the Second Half:............. 19 by Saint Louis vs. Memphis (11/11/11) In overtime:.........................7 by Memphis vs. East Carolina (2/27/10) By both teams:.................................99, Baylor 51, Duke 48 (3/29/10)

Facility Record:............................... 24 by Rice vs. Memphis (1/23/10) By Memphis:.............................. 23, Memphis vs. Arkansas (12/3/08) By a Memphis opponent:................................... 24 by Rice (1/23/10) By both teams:............................. 40, Rice 24, Memphis 16 (1/23/10)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Facility Record:............................... 36 by Rice vs. Memphis (1/23/10) By Memphis:......................................................34 vs. Rice (1/23/10) By a Memphis opponent:................................... 36 by Rice (1/23/10) By both teams:............................. 70, Rice 36, Memphis 34 (1/23/10)

BEST FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE

Facility Record:..............90.0 (9-10) Saint Louis vs. Memphis (11/11/11) By Memphis:..............................81.3 (13-16) vs. UT Martin (12/3/06) By a Memphis opponent:................ 90.0 (9-10) Saint Louis (11/11/11)

MOST REBOUNDS

Facility Record:............................... 57 by Memphis vs. Rice (1/23/10) By Memphis:.................................. 57 by Memphis vs. Rice (1/23/10) By a Memphis opponent:............................54 by Missouri (11/12/10 By both teams:........................... 104, Memphis 57, Rice 47 (1/23/10)

MOST ASSISTS

Facility Record:............... 24 by Memphis vs. Southern Miss (1/30/11) By Memphis:.................. 24 by Memphis vs. Southern Miss (1/30/11) By a Memphis opponent:................................. 21 by Toledo (1/4/08) .......................................................................21 by Georgia (12/29/05) Fewest Assists:............................... 4 by Memphis vs. Tulane (2/7/07)

MOST STEALS

Facility record:..................... 23 by Duke vs. San Diego State (3/27/10) By Memphis:.....................................15 Memphis vs. Tulane (3/9/12) By a Memphis opponent:............................... 20, Arkansas (12/3/08)

MOST BLOCKS

Facility record:........................... 13 by Baylor vs. Tennessee (3/27/10) By Memphis:....................................................10 vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By a Memphis opponent:................................... 7 by Tulane (2/7/07) * Research provided by TyKee Wilson, Athletics Communications Office

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

Facility Record:........................... 38 by Georgia vs. Memphis (1/4/08) By Memphis......................... 31, Memphis vs. East Carolina (2/27/10) By a Memphis opponent:............................38 by Georgia (12/29/05) By both teams:............ 61, Memphis 31 vs. East Carolina 30 (2/27/10)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Facility Record:............................. 83 by Memphis vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By Memphis:....................................................83 vs. Toledo (1/4/08) By a Memphis opponent:................................. 73 by Toledo (1/4/08) By both teams:........................156 – 83 Memphis, 73 Toledo (1/4/08)

BEST FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE

Facility Record:............................. 56.7 (38-67) by Georgia (12/29/05) By Memphis:............................50.9 (29-57) vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) By a Memphis opponent:.............56.7 (38-67) by Georgia (12/29/05)

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Facility Record:......................9 by Memphis vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) ...................................................... 9 by Toledo vs. Memphis (1/4/08)

Former Tiger Brittany Carter holds the FedExForum single game scoring record with a 32 point effort against East Carolina in 2011.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MULTIMEDIA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ON THE RADIO

MELISSA MCFERRIN RADIO SHOW

Once again this season, all the fast-breaking action of Memphis Women’s Basketball can be heard on WUMR-FM92. The 25,000-watt station will carry all home and away games this year, including the exhibition game in November. Jeff Brightwell returns to anchor the broadcast for another exciting season. Brightwell is a native Memphian who returned home to his alma mater 10 years ago and who continues to provide fans with Jeff Brightwell a top-notch broadcast of Memphis women’s Voice of basketball. Tiger Basketball Brightwell came back to Memphis after spending three years as the voice of the Southeast Missouri State University women’s basketball team. A 1996 graduate of Memphis, Brightwell has also broadcast games for Central Methodist College, Moberly Junior College and Truman State. He was recognized by the Missouri Broadcasters Association four times, earning Sportscaster of the Year accolades one time. He is also part of the Memphis Radio Network and serves as the Public Address announcer for the Memphis Redbirds.

The University of Memphis athletic department got a new radio home in 2006-07 and the weekly Melissa McFerrin Radio Show will continue to be heard on WREC 600 AM in 2012-13. WREC can be heard all over the Mid-South, from Little Rock, Ark., to Dyer County, Tenn., to Hardemann County, Tennessee. Tiger fans can hear McFerrin’s weekly radio show on WREC 600 AM. The show is also streamed on the internet at www.goTigersgo.com after it airs on the radio.

THE MELISSA MCFERRIN TV SHOW The Melissa McFerrin Television Show is airing for a third season on FOX13. The Melissa McFerrin Show recaps the previous weeks games and previews upcoming games with show host Matt Stark. The show will air six times throughout the season. Check www. gotigersgo.com for air dates and times.

C-USA TELEVISION PACKAGE

TIGER SPORTS PROPERTIES The 2012-13 fiscal year marks the 12th year of a multi-media sponsorship relationship between the University of Memphis Athletic Department and Tiger Sports Properties, a division of Learfield Communications. Under the renewed agreement, Tiger Sports Properties focuses on the growth of the athletic department’s corporate sponsorship programs, assisting with securing sponsors for radio and television broadcasts, promotions, signage and corporate hospitality. Tiger Sports Properties is the exclusive multi-media rights holder for the University of Memphis Athletic Department. The agreement allows the University to realize effective marketing and management of its athletic media and promotional rights and increase revenues. Tiger Sports Properties works with the corporate community to provide a variety of highly visible and creative marketing opportunities. Elements ranging from radio, television, signage and event promotion is available and will be tailored to meet the needs of the sponsor.

Conference USA programs enjoy significant television exposure through a multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group and CBS Sports Network. By partnering with FOX Sports Media Group and extending an existing partnership with CBS Sports Network, the league has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports. Provisions of the new agreement also allow Fox to televise select Conference USA events on FOX Sports, which reaches over 115 million households nationwide, and on FX, FOX’s flagship general entertainment cable network available in over 98 million homes. Conference USA’s partnership with CBS College Sports Network (CBS C) is comprehensive in nature, and includes significant national and regional exposure for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and other Conference USA sports. Additionally, the partnership includes video-on-demand, Internet, broadband, national over-the-air and satellite radio, and wireless distribution as well as website production through CBS College Sports Online.

STREAMING VIDEO In partnership with fellow Conference USA member schools, all C-USA women’s basketball games are available via streaming video at www. gotigersgo.com/AllAccess. The All-Access package includes the play-by-play feed of Memphis announcer Jeff Brightwell on all audio portions of road games and Brightwell’s call and video for all home games.

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CONFERENCE USA From its beginning in 1994, Conference USA’s dedication to excellence has been the league’s guiding principle and remains a common thread today and for a promising future. As we enter the 2012-13 season, C-USA is home to 12 nationally prominent, tradition-rich members in East Carolina, Houston, Marshall, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and UTEP. This combination enhances men’s and women’s programs that are immersed in athletic success and academic prowess. Together, we are committed to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities. These C-USA institutions all sponsor Division I-A football, along with several other men’s and women’s athletic programs that compete regularly for NCAA Championships. C-USA sponsors competition in 20 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 11 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of significant community service efforts, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport.

streaming of non-televised events, video on demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regular-season and championship event highlights and conferenceproduced feature stories. In its first year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted and available on the C-USA Digital Network, and that number just keeps growing. Monthly and yearly subscriptions offer fans access to events offered on all 12 of the C-USA member institution’s athletic websites as well as C-USA network programming.

C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY

The conference’s footprint is concentrated with 12 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. More than 1.1 million living alumni represent C-USA schools across the nation. With a renewed commitment to community involvement, the conference has begun development of several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations.

GOVERNANCE

Conference USA has significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The Presidents of the member institutions serve as the league’s Board of Directors.

A PROUD HISTORY

Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner April 24, 1995 in Chicago. The league’s charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996. The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and after nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. After celebrating its 10th Anniversary during the 2004-05 season, Conference USA began a new chapter in 2005-06 when its current membership came together.

SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD

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47 NCAA Tournament appearances 38 WNIT appearances One team in the NCAA Sweet 16 Two WNIT semifinalists One WBI Champion

SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD

C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance among student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA’s 5,000 studentathletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 17 years, 169 student-athletes earned national Capital One Academic All-America honors, while 588 were named All-District. In addition, more than 22,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom.

C-USA ON TV

C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN. The multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnering with all three networks has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports.

C-USA DIGITAL NETWORK

The C-USA Digital Network officially launched in August of 2011. Network programming includes live

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT DR. SHIRLEY C. RAINES Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of the University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a high research university, with approximately 23,000 students and 2,500 employees. Previous to her appointment at the University of Memphis, Dr. Raines was Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. While at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., she received the Distinguished Faculty Member award and has received two research awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. She is the author of 14 books and numerous journal articles and is widely regarded as an expert in teacher education and early childhood education. During the years of Dr. Raines’ tenure at the University of Memphis, some of the following building projects have been completed: the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, the Student Activities Plaza and fountain, the clock tower, University Services Building with new bookstore, additions to the Carpenter Student Housing Complex, the renovation of Wilder Tower, the University Center, the Living Learning Residence Complex and relocation of the Law School to the historic downtown location on the Mississippi River. Improvement to athletics facilities have also been a priority with the construction of the Athletic Training Facility, Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame, Tiger Softball Complex, FedExPark, Frank L. Flautt Golf Center, and upgrades and renovations to the football training facilities, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Elma Roane Fieldhouse. Described in The Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared and personable,” she has become known for her effective work in build-

ing productive partnerships on and off the campus. This emphasis has enabled the University to realize significant increases in annual giving to the University. Establishment of the University of Memphis Research Foundation along with the University’s focus on engaged scholarship in the community has facilitated an increase of sponsored research grants and contract awards by almost 100 percent. Major focus areas of her work with students include an increased emphasis on the retention of students, expansion of the University’s Honors and Emerging Leaders programs, the establishment of a guaranteed internship program for qualified students, living learning residential and curricular learning communities throughout campus, and the establishment of the University of Memphis Lambuth Campus. Dr. Raines served on the board for the NCAA for five years and chaired the Presidential Task Force Oversight and Monitoring Group

while also serving on the Board of Directors of Conference USA. She chaired C-USA and will become a member of the BIG EAST Governing Board in July of 2013. Dr. Raines earned her Doctorate in Education and her Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her Bachelor of Science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She also completed the Management Development Program from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has returned to Harvard for the past five years as a keynote speaker for the Institutes for Higher Education addressing new university presidents and chancellors. A native of Bells, Tenn., she is married to retired professor, Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, he is a stained glass artist. Dr. Raines has one son and two grandchildren.

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Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Ralph Faudree (interim) Dr. V. Lane Rawlins Dr. Thomas Carpenter Dr. Jerry Boone (interim) Dr. Billy M. Jones Dr. John Richardson (interim) Dr. C.C. Humphreys Dr. J. Millard Smith Lamar Newport (acting) Dr. J. Millard Smith Dr. Jennings B. Sanders Dr. Richard C. Jones Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister Dr. Andrew A. Kincannon Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister Dr. Seymour A. Mynders


ATHLETICS DIRECTOR TOM BOWEN Tom Bowen was named the University of Memphis Director of Athletics in an Apr. 16, 2012, press conference in the Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame assembly room. Bowen officially started work on the U of M campus in June. Bowen leads the Athletics Department at the University of Memphis after serving as the Athletics Director at San Jose State University (SJSU) since December 2004. “The search committee and I wanted someone who could continue the progress of Tiger Athletics developed over the last 16 years under the leadership of R.C. Johnson,” said University of Memphis President Dr. Shirley C. Raines. “Tom Bowen was the unanimous choice of the search committee. He was highly recommended as a man of integrity, ingenuity and competent leadership.” While at San Jose State, the core of Bowen’s mission was building a “Culture of Champions” academically, athletically and in the community. To reach that end, Bowen instilled a greater sense of purpose, commitment and execution from studentathletes, coaches, staff, alumni and friends. An integral member of the SJSU’s presidential staff, Bowen created and implemented short and long-term revenue streams for intercollegiate athletics. He led the Spartan Foundation — the department’s fundraising component — through consistently challenging and uncertain economic conditions to unprecedented fiscal heights at the university. The Spartans produced annual budget surpluses four-straight years under his direction and re-invested their gains back into their studentathletes and teams. In his first four football seasons (2005-08), San Jose State produced the most wins at the school since 1990-93. Last year, the Spartans were one of the most improved teams in the FBS with road wins at Colorado State and Fresno State and a home triumph in their first meeting with Navy. The 2006 through 2008 Spartans were the first three SJSU teams to post consecutive .500 or better records in the Western Athletic Conference football standings. The 2006 Spartans capped their finest season in many years, posting a 9-4 overall record and capturing the New Mexico Bowl championship. Recent athletics accomplishments add to his “Culture of Champions.” Women’s golf, women’s soccer, baseball and women’s swimming were the latest teams to win a Western Athletic Conference championship. Women’s water polo is a consistent top-10 national program. Women’s swimming finished 2008-09 with the longest dual meet

winning streak in Division I. Women’s gymnastics is entrenched as a NCAA Regional Championship qualifying team. Men’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s golf have produced measurable gains, particularly in conference competition. The Spartans have earned All-America honors in football, women’s golf, baseball and women’s water polo. San Jose State had its first women’s gymnastics individual NCAA Regional champion in 2009. Twelve student-athletes were honored nationally and more than 100 at the conference level for academic achievements in 2009-10. Bowen’s vision for student-athlete success and excellence led to the creation of a Student Success Services component. Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores, as measured by the NCAA, have risen steadily and strikingly under his watch and were at a then university-best in 2009 and were surpassed in the 2010 report. In 2008, San Jose State was named as one of 12 Division I universities cited for Overall Excellence in Diversity in the most recent national study by Texas A&M University on behalf of the NCAA. Bowen’s proven administrative and managerial record at San Jose State has resulted in meaningful national appointments in college athletics. He served as one of eight Football Bowl Subdivision directors of athletics on the 24-member NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, an appointment that ended in 2011. In 2009, Bowen was one of 12 named to serve as a mentor to aspiring women and ethnic minority athletics administrators in the NCAA Fellows Leadership Program. He was the Tournament Director for the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Championship first and second rounds games played in San Jose. Bowen joined the staff at San Jose State after serving three years as the Director of Community Affairs and the executive director of the 49ers Foundation for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League. He directed all of the team’s fun-

draising activities and was responsible for alumni and current player participation in the community. His Division I experience at the collegiate level includes athletics administration positions at the University of California and Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. As an assistant and associate director of athletics at California from July 2000 through September 2002, he was responsible for athletics fundraising. Bowen was credited with developing the first comprehensive planned giving program for the Golden Bears. At Saint Mary’s College, he was the Director of Foundations and Corporate Relations from May 1995 to January 1997, before being appointed to an associate director of athletics position by the president of the college. From January 1997 through April 2000, he managed the athletics department’s budget, directed a corporate sponsorship program and interacted with the academic senate, faculty and university personnel on student-athlete issues. His first professional leadership appointment in athletics was at De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif. From 1987 through 1995, he held the positions of athletics director and assistant football coach. The 1983 graduate of the University of Notre Dame majored in theology/sociology and spent six years studying for the priesthood with the Holy Cross Fathers. Bowen went on to earn a master’s degree in administration/education from the University of San Francisco in 1990. Active throughout the entire Bay Area, he was named to the San Jose Mercury News’ Top-25 Most Powerful Sports Figures in the Bay Area. Bowen served on the board of the San Jose Sports Authority, and he was an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco School of Sports Management and at San Jose State University’s Department of Kinesiology, where he taught sports management classes. He is a Level 2 certified member of the College Athletic Business Management Association (CABMA) and has memberships in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He and his wife, Mia, are the parents of three children: sons, Andrew and Peter, and daughter, McKenna.

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UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS For the past 100 years, the University of Memphis has been a catalyst for progress in the city of Memphis, the state of Tennessee and the surrounding Mid-South region. From its inception in 1912 as a “normal school” dedicated to the education of public school teachers to its role today as an educator of technologically savvy, socially conscious graduates who face a complex world, the U of M has always been an integral component of the greater community. Exceptional students from 46 states and 99 countries choose the University of Memphis as their collegiate home. Approximately 23,000 students attend the U of M, including more than 2,400 first-time freshmen and 2,700 students who live on campus in university housing. As a doctoral-granting metropolitan research university, the University is committed to excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education; in the discovery and dissemination of knowledge; in engaged scholarship to the metropolitan community, state and nation; and in the preparation of a diverse student population for successful careers and meaningful participation in a global society. Ever forward looking, the University of Memphis is poised to enter one of its most historic and productive periods. As the university continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary this year, its faculty, staff, alumni and benefactors have never been more willing, able and generous in their efforts to build an academic environment that makes a lifelong impact. The University’s strategic plan addresses its goals. Foremost among these is the ability to recruit outstanding faculty, enroll motivated students and provide distinctive learning experiences so its students are prepared for successful and meaningful participation in a diverse society. Currently, the U of M offers 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 areas of study, master’s degrees in 55 subjects and doctoral degrees in 25 disciplines. It also offers a specialist’s degree in education, a juris doctorate in law and 21 graduate certificates. Degree programs at the University of Memphis are divided into 10 colleges and schools – College of Arts and Sciences, Fogelman College of Business and Economics, College of Communication and Fine Arts, College of Education, Health and Human Sciences, Herff College of Engineering, the School of Public Health, University College, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Loewenberg School of Nursing, and the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. For academically ambitious and talented students, the Helen Hardin Honors Program at the University of Memphis combines the 12

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best of a small liberal arts school with the wide-ranging opportunities of a large, nationally-recognized research university. With more than 1,700 students participating in fall 2011, the honors program, now in its 39th year, is the largest honors program in the state of Tennessee. In addition to the main campus in the heart of East Memphis, the University of Memphis opened a campus in Jackson, Tenn., in fall 2011 at what was formerly Lambuth University. It also has off-site campuses and teaching sites in Bartlett, Bolivar, Collierville, Cordova, Covington, Dyersburg, Humboldt, Jackson, Millington and Whitehaven. One of the University’s greatest contributions to the community is its alumni. Many have become nationally and internally renowned in their fields as corporate executives, elected officials, award-winning actors and best-selling authors. More than 64,000 U of M alumni live within a 40-mile radius of Memphis. As it enters its second century, the University will continue to build strong partnerships with alumni, friends and community leaders so that it may empower the next generation of Dreamers. Thinkers. Doers. For more information on the University of Memphis, visit memphis.edu.

NAME CHANGES 1994 1957 1941 1925 1912

University of Memphis Memphis State University Memphis State College West Tennessee State Teachers College West Tennessee State Normal School

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FACTS AT A GLANCE President Dr. Shirley C. Raines Founded 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School Campus Size 1,607 acres and 237 buildings Operating Budget $439 million Local Economic Impact $1.43 billion Enrollment (for Fall 2011) Total......................................................... 22,725 Undergraduate........................................ 17,966 Graduate.................................................... 4,340 Law School.................................................... 419 Full-time....................................................... 68% Part-time...................................................... 32% Workforce Approximately 2,500 employees including 834 fulltime faculty Colleges & Schools • Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law • College of Arts & Sciences • College of Communication and Fine Arts • College of Education, Health and Human Sciences • Fogelman College of Business and Economics • Graduate School • Herff College of Engineering • Loewenberg School of Nursing • School of Communication Sciences and Disorders • School of Public Health • University College Degrees • 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 areas of study and 70 concentrations • Master’s degrees in over 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 25 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree) • 21 graduate certificates • Online degree program


CITY OF MEMPHIS Considered the “Home of the Blues” and the “Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll,” the city of Memphis’ musical roots run deep. However, music is just a chapter in the history as well as the future of the city located in the heart of Mid-America. Memphis, named after the capital of ancient Egypt, has big city amenities with a small-town feel. Whether you are a hardcore sports enthusiast, a history buff, a music aficionado, or you just like to relax and watch as boats travel the Mississippi River, Memphis has something for everyone. Downtown Memphis has continued to grow and thrive, and two of the most visible projects have been the construction of AutoZone Park and FedExForum. AutoZone Park is the home of the Memphis Redbirds, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Triple-A club. The 14,320-seat stadium includes 1,500 club seats, 48 luxury suites and is located at the corner of Third Street and Union Avenue across from the worldfamous Peabody Hotel. The Memphis Tigers baseball team also plays some of its more high-profile opponents in the top-notch facility. The city’s newest downtown project is FedExForum, an entertainment arena that houses both the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association and the University of Memphis men’s basketball team. The $250 million state-of-the-art arena features a 35,000-square-foot outdoor plaza where fans of all ages can gather before an event. The arena has over 100 points of sale for concession stands and four full-service restaurants. FedExForum is located one block south of Beale Street. Memphis’ musical roots can be traced to band leader W.C. Handy, who wrote the first blues song here in 1909, a campaign theme for Memphis mayor “Boss” Crump called “Boss Crump Blues” and later published as the “The Memphis Blues.” The sound soon caught on and blues bands filled the clubs along Beale. Young musicians who have performed along Beale include Muddy Waters, Furry Lewis, Albert King, Bobby “Blue” Bland and B.B. King. Beale Street has rapidly become the entertainment center of Memphis, and visitors and locals alike enjoy the food and music offered in the various nightclubs. Where Beale Street meets the Mississippi River is Tom Lee Park, site of the annual Beale Street Music Festival. The weekend-long event is just a part of the month-long Memphis in May International Festival, which also includes the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony. Located within a block of Beale is Gibson Guitar Memphis, which includes factory tours and cultural exhibits. Across the street is the Smithsonian’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum located at the FedExForum, which includes artifacts documenting music’s past. Memphis’ musical roots also include Stax and Hi-Records as well as Sun Records recording studio. Stax became known for “sweet soul music” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T. and the MGs, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave and Isaac Hayes. The Stax Museum reopened on its original location at McLemore and Crump in the summer of 2003 and offers visitors a complete history of “Soulsville USA.”

One of Hi-Records’ premier artists was Al Green. Sun Records’ most famous recording artist was Elvis Presley and also boasted Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash among its recording artists. Elvis Presley’s Graceland is one of the five most-visited home tours in America and is the most famous home in the United States after the White House. In 1991, Graceland was placed on the National Register of Historical Places. Over 600,000 visitors tour Graceland each year. Also located downtown is the beautiful Orpheum Theater, which serves as a venue for performances by Ballet Memphis, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and traveling Broadway shows, as well as the Orpheum Classic Movies series and other concerts. The city’s location makes Memphis a major distribution hub with two interstate highways intersecting the city. Memphis is also home of FedEx, the nation’s largest package carrier which makes Memphis International Airport the world’s busiest cargo airport. Over 500 commercial passenger flights originate from Memphis International each day. Ranked by The Sporting News as one of the “Top 50 Sports Cities In the Country,” the city of Memphis is a large metropolitan city with a hometown feel. From its big-city industry such as FedEx and the Memphis International Airport to its family recreation areas such as Shelby Farms and the Memphis Zoo, the city boasts all the amenities one would expect in a city with over 1 million residents, while retaining the charm and down-toearth feel of a small town.

MEMPHIS IS... • Named for its Egyptian sister city on the Nile • The largest city in Tennessee & the 17th largest city in the United States • Centered in the middle of the nation’s population • The Pork BBQ Capital of the world • The home of The Pyramid, the third-largest pyramid in the world • Ranked by the travel industry as one of the top-20 destinations for an athletics event • Ranked as one of the nation’s top-10 convention centers and locations • The nation’s largest spot cotton-trading market • The hardwood capital of the world • The home of the world’s largest cargo airport • The third-largest rail center in the United States • The fourth-largest inland port in the United States • Home to the Memphis Zoo, one of only four zoos in the United States to exhibit giant pandas • The 35th Best Sports City according to The Sporting News 2011 list.

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TIGER TRADITIONS When the University of Memphis first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors of West Tennessee Normal School. After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several Normal students shouted, “We fight like Tigers.” The nickname was born. More and more the nickname “Tigers” was used, particularly in campus publications. But, it did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use “Normals” or the “Blue and Gray” when referring to the University. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tigers nickname would return, but not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis. For nearly 40 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis has been a Bengal Tiger named TOM. TOM attends all Tigers football home games, and he can also be found at many other University events throughout the year. TOM travels in style in a custom-designed, climate-controlled trailer and always with police escort. As one of only two universities in America with a live tiger mascot, The University of Memphis is unique in its tiger tradition. As a project of the Highland Hundred, no public or University funds are used to provide for TOM’s needs, and no University resources are required in his care. TOM is a powerful and majestic symbol of the University of Memphis, and his presence presents constant opportunities to educate Tigers fans young and old through the preservation of one of the world’s most recognizable endangered species. The first Tiger, TOM, was procured by the Highland Hundred football boosters in 1972 and served the U of M faithfully for nearly 20 years until passing away in February of 1992. The Highland Hundred officially presented TOM to the University in a ceremony at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

U OF M ALMA MATER Stand Firm, O Alma Mater Through All The Years To Come; In Days Of Youth And Beauty Thy Halls Have Been Our Home. In Time Of Preparation Great Lessons Didst Thou Teach Till Now O Alma Mater, The Stars We’ll Strive To Reach. Lead On, O Alma Mater They Sons To Highways, Give Light And Truth Unto Them For All Their Coming Days. To Thee We’ll Give All Honor, Our Hopes Abide In Thee, For Thou, O Alma Mater, Hast Made Us Ever Free. 14

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on Nov. 11, 1972, during a football game against the University of Cincinnati. TOM had initially been named ‘Shane’ at the suggestion of the breeder’s daughter. Once in Memphis, though, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries were submitted. The list was ultimately reduced to two choices, Shane and TOM, which stands for Tigers Of Memphis. TOM won. In the fall of 1991, the Highland Hundred Tiger Guard received TOM II as a gift from Tom and Carolyn Atchison of Florence, Ala. TOM II served his university with pride for 17 years through 2008, passing away on Oct. 15 of that year. Shortly after TOM II’s death, the Tiger Guard began the search for a new tiger to serve as TOM III, and a stroke of good luck was realized in a discussion with the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center in Rock Springs, Wis. Faced with three new cubs born Aug. 31, 2008, after an unexpected pregnancy at their facility, founders

U OF M FIGHT SONG Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory, Be A Winner Thru And Thru; Fight Tigers, Fight Cause We’re Going All The Way -Fight, Fight For The Blue And Gray And Say -Let’s Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory. See Our Colors Bright And True; It’s Fight Now Without A Fear, Fight Now Let’s Shout A Cheer, Shout For Dear Memphis U. (Yell) Go Tigers Go Go Tigers Go Yea -- Tiger Go!

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Jeff Kozlowski and Jenny Meyer offered to donate one of their young tigers to serve as TOM III. TOM III was introduced at a press conference on Nov. 17, 2008, and the Tiger Guard officially presented him to the University on Nov. 22 during a football game against the UCF.

THE LOGO The University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson, from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. The original logo was an MSU with a leaping Tiger coming out from behind the letter. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping Tiger coming up over the center of the “M.”

SCHOOL COLORS The University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. The colors were chosen in an effort to show unity in a nation that was still recovering from the effects of the Civil War. The student body thought that by picking the colors of the North and the South, the school would show a togetherness among all students.


2012-13 SCHEDULE AND OPPONENTS’ INFORMATION Date/Opponent

Head Coach Record (school/overall) Series Info vs. Memphis

WBB Contact Email

Office Cell

November 9 vs. Grambling State Patricia Cage-Bibbs Preseason WNIT First Round 0-0 (1st Year)/501-294 (27 years) ** Two more WNIT Games will be played depending on First Round outcome

Memphis leads 4-0 Last: Memphis 81, GSU 59 (11/15/10)

La’Monica Scott scottl@gram.edu

318-274-2167

November 21 at UT Arlington

Series is tied 1-1 Last: UTA 84, Memphis 45 (12/18/08)

Melissa Cebold mcebold@uta.edu

817-272-7168

November 25 vs. Prairie View A&M Toyelle Wilson 38-28 (3rd Year)/Same

First Meeting

Chris Elliott cjelliott@pvamu.edu

963-261-9106 713-628-5197

December 7 vs. UALR

Joe Foley 192-117 (10th Year)/649-199 (23 years)

Memphis leads 7-0 Last: Memphis 81, UALR 66 (12/10/11)

Patrick Newton pcnewton@ualr.edu

501-683-7003

December 9 vs. Illinois

Matt Bolant 0-0 (1st Year)/282-55 (10 years)

Illinois leads 2-1 Last: Illinois 62, Memphis 54 (11/15/11)

Mike Koon mkoon@illinois.edu

217-244-1256 217-898-3519

December 14 vs. Alabama A&M

Altherias Warmely 141-146 (11th Year)/Same

Memphis leads 1-0 Last: Memphis 81, AAMU 72 (11/28/07)

Oralia Washington aamusi@yahoo.com

256-372-4550 919-539-9600

December 19 at Saint Louis

Lisa Stone 0-0 (1st Year)/503-237 (26 years)

Memphis leads 24-4 Last: Memphis 63, SLU 60 (11/11/11)

Mickey Smith msmit145@slu.edu

314-977-3463 314-610-8496

December 22 at Seton Hall

Anne Donovan 40-53 (Fourth Year)/Same

Memphis leads 1-0 Last: Memphis 82, SHU 73 (12/30/11)

Mike Kowalsky Michael.Kowalsky@shu.edu

973-761-9493

December 29 vs. Missouri

Robin Pingeton 26-36 (3rd year)/362-193 (17 years)

Missouri leads 7-5 Last: Missouri 58, Memphis 48 (12/22/11)

Jenny Dewar dewarj@missouri.edu

573-884-9486 847-567-2487

December 31 vs. Tennessee Tech

Jim Davis 0-0 (1st Year)

TTU leads 15-8 Last: Memphis 63, TTU 61(12/30/08)

Erin Bean etbean@tntech.edu

931-372-6139 814-227-5535

January 5 vs. Wright State

Mike Bradbury 41-26 (3rd Year)/91-70 (6 years)

First meeting

Matt Zircher matt.zircher@wright.edu

937-775-2831 937-304-6586

January 10 at Houston

Todd Buchanan 29-32 (3rd Year)/128-136 (9 years)

Memphis leads 12-11 Last: Memphis 69, UH 41 (2/12/12)

Kyle Seay kseay@central.uh.edu

713-743-9391 832-657-5138

January 13 vs. Southern Miss February 21 at Southern Miss

Joye Lee-McNelis 111-134 (9th Year)/340-290 (21 years)

Memphis leads 30-24 Last: USM 62, Memphis 54 (2/2/12)

Shirley Hill Shirley.Jones-Hill@usm.edu

601-266-4506 601-520-3708

January 17 vs. East Carolina March 3 at East Carolina

Heather Macy 28-34 (3rd Year)/143-73 (7 years)

Series Tied 10-10 Last: Memphis 69, ECU 56 (1/29/12)

Lindy Zamora zamorab@ecu.edu

252-737-4520 909-557-4158

January 20 at Tulane

Lisa Stockton 372-184 (19th Year)/435-211(22 Years)

Memphis leads 21-14 Last: Tulane 63, Memphis 44 (3/9/12)

Richie Weaver rweaver@tulane.edu

504-314-7232 504-352-5802

January 24 at UAB February 14 vs. UAB

Audra Smith 120-125 (9th Year)/Same

Memphis leads 28-18 Last: Memphis 71, UAB 56 (2/23/12)

Rod Black rodblack@uab.edu

205-996-2576 205-504-4566

January 27 vs. UCF February 10 at UCF

Joi Williams 72-81 (5th Year)/126-141 (9th year)

Series tied 8-8 Last: Memphis 61, UCF 54 (2/19/12)

Jenna Marina jmarina@athletics.ucf.edu

407-823-2464 727-271-0227

January 31 vs. Rice

Greg Williams 105-116 (8th Year)/306-255 (19 years)

Memphis leads 6-4 Last: Memphis 65, Rice 60 (3/1/12)

David Waxman dwaxman@rice.edu

713-348-8874 832-326-2863

February 3 at Marshall March 7 vs. Marshall

Matt Daniel 0-0 (1st Year)/72-50 (4 years)

Marshall leads 11-5 Last: Marshall 65, Memphis 54 (2/16/12)

Jared Johnson Johnson882@marshall.edu

304-696-5276 612-741-6779

February 17 vs. SMU

Rhonda Rompola 380-253 (22nd year)/Same

SMU leads 5-4 Last: Memphis 73, SMU 63 (3/8/12)

Travis Chamblee tchamblee@smu.edu

214-768-3735 214-931-1714

February 24 vs. UTEP

Keitha Adams 155-143 (12th Year)/311-184 (16 years)

UTEP leads 6-2 Last: UTEP 66, Memphis 60 (1/8/12)

Mark Brunner mbrunner@utep.edu

915-747-5722 915-472-6038

February 28 at Tulsa

Matilda Mossman 13-15 (1 year)/160-108 (9 years)

Memphis leads 6-3 Last: Memphis 66, Tulsa 64 (2/26/12)

Stephanie Hall stephanie-hall@utulsa.edu

918-631-2163 918-232-2393

Samantha Morrow 63-58 (5th Year)/Same

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MEMPHIS VS. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS OPPONENT

W-L

Alabama..........................................6-6 Alabama A&M.................................1-0 Alabama State.................................1-0 Alcorn State.....................................5-1 Anderson Junior College..................0-1 Appalachian State............................0-1 Arizona State...................................0-1 Arkansas........................................8-11 Arkansas-Little Rock........................7-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff..........................3-1 Arkansas State.................................9-1 Arkansas Tech..................................1-0 Auburn.............................................0-1 Austin Peay State.............................7-1 Baylor..............................................1-0 Belhaven..........................................3-0 Belmont...........................................2-4 Blue Mountain...............................12-0 Bradley............................................1-0 Cal State Fullerton...........................0-1 Cal State Poly...................................0-1 Centenary........................................1-0 Central Arkansas..............................1-0 Central Florida.................................1-0 Central Missouri State.....................2-1 Charlotte........................................10-4 Cheyney State..................................1-0 Chicago State...................................1-0 Cincinnati.....................................28-13 Clemson...........................................0-2 Columbia State................................1-0 Creighton.........................................0-3 Dayton.............................................5-1 Delta State.......................................3-7 DePaul...........................................9-12 Detroit.............................................1-0 Drake...............................................0-2 East Carolina................................10-10 Eastern Illinois.................................2-0 Eastern Kentucky.............................5-0 Eastern Washington........................1-1 East Tennessee State.......................8-2 Fairfield............................................0-1 Florida.............................................3-1 Florida Gulf Coast............................0-1 Florida International........................1-1 Florida State..................................13-9 Fordham..........................................2-0 Fresno State.....................................0-1 Georgia............................................0-3 Georgia Southern............................1-0 Gonzaga...........................................0-1 Grambling State...............................4-0 Grand View (Iowa) ..........................2-0 Gulf Coast CC...................................1-0 Holy Cross........................................0-1 Houston.......................................12-11 Idaho...............................................1-0 Illinois..............................................1-2 Illinois-Chicago ...............................1-0 Illinois State.....................................6-1 Indiana.............................................1-2 Iowa.................................................0-1 Iowa State........................................0-1 16

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OPPONENT

W-L

Jackson State...................................5-1 Jackson State Junior College............5-1 Judson.............................................1-0 Kansas..............................................1-1 Kansas State....................................2-2 Kentucky..........................................4-3 Lamar..............................................0-1 Lambuth........................................11-2 LeMoyne Owen...............................1-0 Lipscomb.........................................5-0 Louisiana-Lafayette..........................2-0 Louisiana-Monroe...........................1-2 Louisiana State................................3-2 Louisiana Tech.................................3-8 Louisville......................................24-20 Loyola-Chicago................................1-0 Marquette.....................................8-16 Marquis...........................................1-0 Marshall.........................................5-11 Maryland-Eastern Shore..................2-0 Massachusetts.................................1-1 McNeese State................................6-0 Memphis Park Comm......................1-0 Meramec JC.....................................1-0 Mercer.............................................3-0 Miami..............................................1-1 Michigan State.................................1-0 Middle Tennessee State................10-8 Milligan............................................1-0 Minnesota.......................................1-1 Mississippi...................................13-33 Mississippi College..........................4-3 Mississippi State..........................19-13 Mississippi University for Women ..6-1 Mississippi Valley State....................3-0 Missouri...........................................5-7 Missouri State..................................1-2 Montana..........................................0-1 Murray State....................................9-3 Nebraska..........................................1-1 Nevada............................................0-1 New Hampshire...............................1-0 New Mexico.....................................0-1 New Orleans....................................2-4 North Carolina A&T.........................1-0 North Carolina State........................1-0 North Dakota State..........................1-0 North Texas......................................0-1 Northeast Louisiana........................2-0 Northeast Mississippi JC .................1-0 Northern Arizona.............................1-0 Northern Illinois..............................2-0 Northern Iowa.................................0-1 Northwest JC...................................1-0 Northwestern State.........................1-0 Notre Dame.....................................0-1 Oakland (Michigan).........................1-0 Ohio University................................1-1 Ohio State........................................1-1 Oklahoma........................................2-0 Oklahoma State...............................1-2 Old Dominion..................................1-4 Oral Roberts....................................8-2 Oregon.............................................1-0 Pepperdine......................................1-1 Phillips.............................................0-1

OPPONENT

W-L

OPPONENT

W-L

Providence College..........................1-0 Purdue.............................................1-0

Winthrop.........................................1-1 Wisconsin........................................1-1

Queens College (NY)........................0-1

Xavier...............................................1-0

Radford............................................2-0 Rhodes College (Southwestern) .....3-0 Rice..................................................6-4

Youngstown State............................0-2

St. Francis........................................1-0 St. John’s .........................................1-2 Sacramento State............................1-0 Saint Louis....................................24-4 Samford...........................................0-1 San Diego State ...............................1-1 San Jose State..................................0-1 Santa Clara ......................................0-2 Seton Hall........................................1-0 South Alabama................................1-2 South Carolina...............................6-16 South Dakota State..........................1-0 Southeastern Louisiana...................6-3 Southeast Missouri State.................1-0 Southern University.........................1-0 Southern Illinois............................12-4 Southern Methodist (SMU).............3-5 Southern Mississippi...................31-24 Stanford...........................................1-0 Stephen F. Austin.............................4-1 Stetson............................................1-0 Syracuse..........................................1-0 TCU..................................................0-4 Temple (Texas) Junior College..........2-1 Tennessee......................................1-25 Tennessee-Chattanooga..................4-2 Tennessee-Martin..........................27-3 Tennessee State...............................6-2 Tennessee Tech..............................6-15 Texas A&M ......................................3-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...............1-0 Texas Arlington................................2-1 Texas San Antonio............................0-1 Texas Tech........................................0-1 Toledo..............................................0-1 Trinity of San Antonio......................1-0 Tulane..........................................23-16 Tulsa................................................6-3 UAB..............................................28-20 UCF..................................................7-8 UCLA................................................0-1 UMKC...............................................5-0 UNC Wilmington..............................1-0 Union (Tenn.).................................12-1 USC..................................................1-0 USF................................................12-3 UTEP................................................2-6 Valdosta State (Ga.).........................1-2 Vanderbilt .....................................2-10 Virginia............................................0-2 Virginia Tech..................................11-8 Volunteer State Junior College ......2-1 Wake Forest.....................................1-0 Washington.....................................0-1 Western Carolina.............................1-0 Western Illinois ...............................1-0 Western Kentucky...........................2-5 Wichita State...................................2-0 William Penn (Iowa) .......................1-0

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ALL-TIME RESULTS BY OPPONENT ALABAM A ( 6-6) 1975-76 L 61-57 W 94-62 1976-77 W 78-73 1977-78 W 101-65 1978-79 L 72-69 12/11/81 W 69-55 12/1/82 W 74-69 1/11/84 L 88-67 12/29/99 W 77-57 12/6/00 L 65-55 3/15/01 L 77-67 3/17/11 L 80-69

Away Home Away Home Away Neutral Home Away Home Away Away Home

A LABAM A A& M (1- 0 ) 11/28/07 W

81-72

Home

A L A B AM A STATE (1- 0 ) 12/1/95 W 116-32

Home

A LCORN STATE (5 - 1) 12/15/84 W 12/18/87 W 12/17/90 W 12/3/91 L 11/24/95 W 11/29/97 W

83-70 97-91 90-82 79-69 78-63 92-65

Home Home Home Away Neutral Home

A ND ERSON JC (0 - 1) 1975-76 L

95-63

N/A

A P PALACH IAN ST A T E (0-1) 3/28/2010 L

79-71

Away

A RIZON A STATE (0 - 1) 12/2/05 L

103-57

Away

A RKAN SAS (8-11) 1978-79 W 1979-80 W 1980-81 W 12/22/85 L 12/22/86 W 1/5/92 W 2/2/93 L 12/19/97 L 12/1/98 W 12/19/99 W 11/18/00 W 12/2/01 L 1/9/03 L 1/2/04 L 12/7/04 L 11/21/05 L 12/18/06 L 12/18/07 L 12/3/08 L

86-66 Home 71-65 Away 86-57 Home 76-64 Away 79-60 Home 58-50 Home 82-60 Away 93-84 Away 70-58 Home 88-82 Neutral 66-58 Home 85-48 Away 78-64 Home 79-75 Away 59-53 Home 99-53 Away 70-54 Home 91-66 Away 76-69 Home (FEF)

A R KAN SAS-LITT L E ROCK (7-0) 1978-79 W 103-45 Away W 85-48 Home 12/16/99 W 92-53 Home 12/9/00 W 72-64 Away 12/20/03 W 61-48 Home (Pyramid) 12/11/10 W 64-47 Home 12/10/11 W 81-66 Away

A R K A NS A S - P I NE B L U FF (3 - 1) 12/30/02 W 12/13/03 W 12/28/07 L 11/19/11 W

68-41 88-38 99-97 (ot) 89-60

Home Home Home Home

A R K A NS A S S T A T E ( 9 - 1 ) 1974-75 W 114-49 1975-76 W 108-51 1980-81 W 85-60 W 66-41 12/6/85 W 101-80 1/15/87 W 75-67 12/9/87 W 81-65 2/4/88 L 79-77 3/17/99 W 101-86 3/15/00 W 76-74

N/A Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Home Home

A R K A NS A S T EC H ( 1 - 0 ) 1972-73 W 52-22

N/A

A U B U R N U NI VE R S I T Y (0 - 1) 3/16/85 L

82-64

Away

A U S T I N P EA Y S T A T E (7 - 1) 1973-74 W 1980-81 W 12/7/81 W 12/19/98 W 11/22/99 W 11/22/02 W 12/3/03 W 11/25/05 L

39-33 84-61 90-59 81-73 93-67 56-50 81-70 74-49

N/A Home Away Away Home Home Away Home

B A YL O R (1- 0 ) 1979-80 W 89-51

N/A N/A N/A

91-53 69-50 69-67 78-66 69-60 79-40

Neutral Home Away Home Away Home

B L U E MO U NT A I N ( 1 2 - 0 ) 1972-73 W 79-45 W 55-45 1973-74 W 69-40 W 63-49 1974-75 W 56-45 W 87-54 1975-76 W 75-59 W 72-68 1976-77 W 88-65 W 86-78 1977-78 W 88-54 W 96-80

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Away N/A N/A N/A Home Away

B R A D L EY (1 - 0 ) 11/25/89 W

69-61

82-81

Neutral

CAL STATE FU L L E R T O N ( 0 - 1 ) 11/2/84 l

59-54

Neutral

CENTENARY (1-0) 11/26/04 W

65-42

Home

CENTRAL ARKANSAS (1-0) 11/24/06 W

90-86

Home

CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE (2-1) 1974-75 L 83-77 1978-79 W 77-60 W 85-69

N/A Away Neutral

CHARLOTTE (10-4) 1/12/96 W 2/18/96 W 1/17/97 W 2/23/97 W 1/2/98 W 1/3/99 W 2/25/00 W 3/4/00 L 2/11/01 W 2/3/02 W 3/1/02 L 1/31/03 L 2/6/04 W 1/9/05 L

79-60 87-69 77-51 74-38 78-71 78-53 76-62 83-67 76-71 91-56 58-46 73-68 (ot) 74-67 72-65

Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Neutral Home Home Neutral Away Home Away

1974-75 W 102-78 1979-80 L 87-82 W 80-79 1980-81 L 79-69 12/31/81 W 76-68 3/15/12 W 60-59

N/A Away Home Home Away Home

CHEYNEY STATE (1-0)

B EL MO NT (2 - 4 ) 1974-75 L 1976-77 W 1977-78 L 12/14/07 L 11/16/08 L 11/13/11 W

12/3/94 L

CHATTANOOGA (4-2) Neutral

B EL HA VEN ( 3 - 0 ) 1974-75 W 79-52 1975-76 W 65-60 1976-77 W 69-56

CAL POLY (0-1)

Neutral

12/19/86 W

110-45

Home

CHICAGO STATE (1-0) 12/6/10 W 64-47

Home

CINCINNATI (29-12) 1977-78 W 1978-79 W 12/23/82 W 2/27/82 W 1/15/83 W 3/7/83 W 2/27/84 W 3/5/84 W 1/12/85 W 3/3/85 W 1/11/86 W 3/2/86 L 1/31/87 W 1/30/88 L 2/27/88 W 3/11/88 W 1/30/89 L 2/27/89 L 1/6/90 L

74-45 87-56 91-63 83-59 74-69 84-63 84-60 88-77 78-70 91-75 66-63 69-67 97-71 73-55 82-57 70-68 73-69 67-49 70-55

Away Home Home Neutral Away Neutral Home Netural Away Away Home Neutral Home Away Home Neutral Home Away Away

2/3/90 W 1/28/91 L 2/25/91 W 2/1/92 W 2/29/92 W 3/12/92 W 1/30/93 L 2/27/93 L 1/29/94 L 2/26/94 W 1/22/95 W 2/12/95 W 2/2/96 W 2/7/97 W 1/25/98 W 3/1/98 W 1/24/99 W 1/28/00 W 2/4/01 L 2/10/02 L 2/28/03 L 1/16/04 W 1/30/05 L

58-53 65-62 79-60 83-81 (ot) 79-59 83-69 75-72 66-65 80-73 85-72 96-69 64-52 89-71 85-63 73-72 72-64 71-68 79-70 71-58 85-59 74-53 68-58 58-56

Home Away Home Away Home Neutral Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Home Neutral Away Home Away Away Home Away Home

C L E M S ON ( 0- 2) 1976-77 L 11/26/05 L

79-72 97-88

Neutral Home

C O L U M B I A STATE ( 1 - 0) 1975-76 W 85-70

Away

C R E I G H T ON ( 0- 3) 11/28/83 L 12/6/06 L 11/19/07 L

65-60 89-79 90-57

Home Home Away

D A Y T ON ( 5 - 1 ) 1/27/94 W 2/24/94 W 3/9/94 W 1/20/95 W 2/10/95 W 11/11/06 L

74-62 69-66 91-57 89-43 98-66 96-71

Home Home Neutral Home Away Neutral

D E L T A S TATE ( 3- 7 ) 1973-74 L 52-38 L 62-47 1974-75 L 81-52 1975-76 L 74-54 1976-77 L 94-49 L 77-74 1980-81 W 65-57 12/2/81 W 93-74 2/10/83 W 76-62 12/6/83 L 96-89

Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home

D E P A U L ( 9- 1 2) 1/25/92 L 2/8/92 L 1/11/93 L 2/6/93 L 1/22/94 W 2/5/94 W 1/29/95 L 2/19/95 W 1/21/96 L 2/22/96 L 3/3/96 W 1/26/97 W 2/1/98 W 1/2/99 W 1/20/00 L 1/5/01 W 1/18/02 L 1/26/03 W 2/15/04 L

70-49 66-46 82-73 62-52 79-61 75-68 92-89 94-93 111-72 109-88 93-87 (ot) 87-53 76-63 82-64 68-64 70-52 80-59 64-58 87-78

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ALL-TIME RESULTS BY OPPONENT 2/20/05 L 95-59 3/4/05 L 78-55

Home Neutral

D ETROIT ( 1-0) 1/9/88 W 101-75

12/21/07 L Home

D RAKE (0-2) 11/28/81 L 11/15/95 L

85-70 89-81

Away Neutral

E A S T CAROLIN A ( 11- 10 ) 2/1/02 W 2/2/03 L 2/8/04 W 3/3/05 W 1/7/05 L 3/3/05 W 1/8/06 L 2/10/06 L 1/20/07 L 2/3/07 L 1/12/08 W 2/23/08 W 1/22/09 L 2/20/09 W 1/30/10 L 2/27/10 L 3/9/10 L 1/9/11 W 2/6/11 W 1/15/12 W 1/29/12 W

83-62 Home 87-76 Away 79-60 Home 79-60 Home 60-47 Away 76-67 Neutral 81-68 Home 74-54 Away 69-57 Home 79-57 Away 69-50 Home 61-59 Away 83-66 Away 74-68 Home 76-59 Away 77-76 (ot) Home (FEF) 73-66 Neutral 87-75 Away 83-70 Home (FEF) 61-59 Home 69-56 Away

EASTERN ILLINO I S (2-0) 1977-78 W 80-53 11/27/83 W 88-79

Home Home

EA STERN KEN TU CK Y (5-0) 1973-74 W 66-50 N/A 1974-75 W 74-73 N/A W 100-63 Neutral 12/1/00 W 89-66 Neutral 11/28/03 W 78-65 Home

EA S TERN WASH IN GT O N (1-0) 12/2/88 W 98-60 11/29/09 L 58-54

Home Neutral

EAST TEN N ESSEE STATE ( 8-2) 1973-74 W 57-44 1975-76 W 83-65 1976-77 W 113-67 1977-78 W 85-80 W 98-59 1978-79 W 94-70 1979-80 L 87-76 1980-81 W 78-70 2/12/82 L 73-72 11/24/00 W 90-48

N/A N/A Neutral Away Neutral Home Away Home Away Home

FAIRFIELD (0- 1) 11/24/89 L

100-80

Neutral

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Away

FLORIDA I NT ER NA T I O NAL ( 1 - 1 ) 12/04/09 L 12/22/10 W

81-72 71-65

Away Home

FLORIDA STATE (13-9) 1977-78 W 1978-79 W 1/25/82 W 1/17/83 L 2/26/83 L 1/23/84 W 3/2/84 W 2/23/85 W 2/27/86 W 2/1/86 W 2/22/86 W 1/26/87 W 2/23/87 W 1/16/88 W 2/13/88 W 1/8/89 L 3/2/89 L 1/29/90 L 2/26/90 L 3/8/90 L 1/19/91 L 2/16/91 L

89-69 101-78 104-90 90-82 68-66 83-67 80-64 76-64 84-67 95-66 81-70 75-68 94-67 91-90 (ot) 94-89 95-75 89-80 72-62 98-60 83-58 106-94 101-77

Home Away Away Away Home Away Neutral Away Neutral Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Away Neutral Home Away

F O R D HA M (2 - 0 ) 1979-80 W 79-63 11/26/10 W 67-66

Neutral Neutral

F R ES NO S T A T E ( 0 - 1 ) 11/24/87 L

82-80

Neutral

12/18/81 L 12/29/05 L 11/26/06 L

80-68 97-44 95-46

Home Home Away

GEO R GI A S O U T H E R N (1- 0 ) 1998-99 W 80-78

80-78

93-87 87-57 98-79 81-59

Away Home Home Home

1975-76 W 80-74

Neutral

HOUSTON (12-11) 1/19/97 W 2/21/97 W 1/16/98 W 2/22/98 W 1/17/99 W 2/19/99 W 2/26/99 W 1/15/00 W 2/6/00 W 1/26/01 L 2/23/01 W 3/3/01 L 2/17/02 L 2/14/03 W 1/9/04 L 2/7/05 L 2/24/06 L 2/22/07 L 2/1/08 L 1/18/09 L 2/7/10 L 1/23/11 L 2/12/12 W

77-72 86-81 (ot) 84-80 (ot) 82-66 75-65 94-69 75-60 69-48 86-61 80-77 83-71 80-74 84-70 74-69 58-55 74-45 70-62 86-73 70-54 83-65 68-62 81-68 69-41

Home Away Away Home Home Away Neutral Home Away Away Home Neutral Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Away Home

IDAHO (1-0) 12/28/03 W

73-64

Neutral

ILLINOIS (1-2) 12/30/82 W 12/3/83 L 11/15/11 L

102-62 65-58 54-62

Home Away Away

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (1-0) 1978-79 W 84-70

Home

1974-75 W 79-48 W 80-73 1975-76 W 63-54 1976-77 W 82-80 1977-78 W 89-50 1978-79 W 87-68 1979-80 L 72-58

N/A N/A N/A N/A Home Away Home

Neutral

1/5/84 L 71-69 Neutral 11/13/09 L 78-74 Home (FEF) 11/18/10 W 80-71 Away

IOWA (0-1) 11/23/85 L

Home Home Home Home

GR A ND VI EW CO L L E G E (2 - 0 ) 1975-76 W 69-48 11/29/81 W 94-68

91-66

INDIANA (1-2)

GR A MB L I NG ST A T E (4- 0 ) 12/20/86 W 12/14/91 W 11/28/98 W 11/15/10 W

12/3/05 L

Neutral

GO NZ A GA (0- 1 ) 12/2/94 L

HOLY CROSS (0-1)

ILLINOIS STATE (6-1)

GEO R GI A (0 - 3 )

N/A Away

GU L F CO A S T C C ( 1 - 0 )

FLORID A (3-1 ) 1977-78 W 90-72 1978-79 W 108-79 11/30/96 W 81-74 3/17/00 L ­­­74-71

F L O R I D A GU L F C O A S T (0 - 1)

N/A

84-79

Away

Neutral

JACKSON STATE (6-1) 12/9/82 W 12/19/83 L 11/23/91 W 12/18/92 W 12/14/02 W 12/28/09 W 12/31/10 W

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73-61 69-67 65-56 85-51 57-54 70-48 83-64

1972-73 W 83-27 W 50-41 L 59-53 1973-74 W 65-42 W 61-28 1982-83 W 73-69

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Home

J U D S O N ( 1 - 0) 1976-77 W 97-44

Neutral

K A N S AS ( 1 - 1 ) 1979-80 W 11/27/10 L

2-0 (forfeit) 90-58

Neutral Away

K A N S A S S TATE ( 2- 2) 1980-81 L 1/5/82 W 12/2/95 W 11/22/96 L

82-75 83-72 72-57 68-60

Away Home Home Away

K E N T U C KY ( 4 -3) 1977-78 L 1/31/82 W 1/3/83 W 12/4/93 L 12/19/94 W 11/24/01 W 12/30/06 L

101-94 70-69 75-71 91-63 81-71 63-55 86-51

Away Away Home Away Home Home Neutral

L A M A R ( 0- 1 ) 11/26/90 L

81-71

Home

L A M B U TH ( 1 1 -2) 1972-73 W 44-36 L 54-22 L 59-44 1973-74 W 53-30 W 63-52 1974-75 W 72-58 W 92-38 W 65-41 1975-76 W 40-36 1976-77 W 79-44 W 67-58 1977-78 W 71-58 1978-79 W 96-56

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Away N/A N/A Away Home

L E M O Y N E OWE N ( 1 - 0) 1976-77 W 106-50

N/A

L I P S C O MB ( 5 - 0)

77-56

IOWA STATE (0-1) 12/29/90 L

J A C K S O N STATE C C ( 5- 1 )

Home Away Home Home Neutral Home Home

1/21/03 W 1/5/04 W 11/22/04 W 11/29/05 W 11/25/06 W

70-67 68-58 57-52 76-74 57-55

Home Away Home Away Home

L O U I S I A N A -LAF AY E TTE ( 2 -0) 12/13/01 W 11/25/05 W

62-50 63-50

Home Away

L O U I S I A N A- M ONROE ( 3 -2) 1973-74 W 59-49 11/28/97 W 77-58 11/27/04 W 71-67

N/A Home Home


ALL-TIME RESULTS BY OPPONENT 11/18/05 L 11/20/06 L

80-60 69-50

Away Home

LOUISIANA STATE (3-2) 1973-74 W 1975-76 W 1976-77 W 11/25/95 L 1/8/97 L

74-50 60-59 65-64 101-94 (OT) 84-66

N/A N/A Home Away Home

L O UISIAN A TECH (3 - 8 ) 1978-79 L 1979-80 L 2/7/83 L 2/11/84 W 12/8/84 L 2/3/86 L 1/20/89 L 11/24/07 L 11/18/08 W 12/22/09 L 12/17/11 W

76-57 96-72 64-56 72-69 86-54 80-63 105-58 82-77 67-60 86-76 86-67

N/A Home Away Home Away Away Home Home Home Away Neutral

L O UISVILLE ( 24- 2 0 ) 1977-78 W 89-67 L 99-94 1978-79 W 83-76 W 87-79 1979-80 L 75-72 W 66-62 1980-81 W 98-87 L 69-66 1/2/82 W 66-63 1/25/83 W 85-56 3/8/83 L 55-53 2/9/84 W 77-75 3/7/84 L 71-69 1/10/85 W 99-83 1/18/86 W 83-65 3/1/86 W 99-63 1/5/87 W 82-62 2/2/87 W 108-68 2/1/86 W 82-66 2/29/88 L 76-73 3/10/88 W 75-73 1/28/89 W 82-55 2/25/89 W 80-76 (ot) 1/8/90 L 85-58 2/5/90 W 82-79 1/21/91 L 96-83 1/26/91 L 92-83 3/4/91 L 85-75 1/2/96 W 86-70 2/9/96 L 81-74 3/1/96 W 98-77 1/3/97 L 65-50 2/14/97 L 78-74 1/23/98 W 86-84 3/2/98 W 79-75 1/22/99 L 84-74 1/30/00 W 61-58 2/2/01 L 88-62 2/8/02 L 95-88 3/2/03 W 87-72 1/18/04 L 66-65 3/5/05 L 63-58 1/28/05 L 75-68 11/12/06 L 102-64

Home Away Neutral Home Neutral Away Home Neutral Away Home Neutral Home Neutral Away Home Neutral Away Home Away Home Neutral Home Away Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Neutral Away Home Away Neutral Home Home Away Away Home Away Neutral Home Away

L O YOLA CH ICAGO (1- 0 ) 12/20/07 W

86-79

Neutral

MARQU ETTE (8- 16 ) 1/11/92 L 2/6/92 L 1/9/93 L 2/11/93 L

89-84 102-88 97-84 100-76

Home Away Away Home

3/12/93 L 1/8/94 L 2/3/94 L 3/11/94 W 1/27/95 W 2/17/95 L 3/11/95 L 1/16/96 W 1/24/97 W 3/2/97 L 1/30/97 W 1/31/99 L 2/27/99 L 1/23/00 W 1/8/01 L 1/20/02 L 1/24/03 W 3/6/03 L 2/13/04 L 2/18/05 W

90-78 82-78 84-80 103-90 67-65 87-84 102-99 78-53 77-61 83-77 90-75 69-51 74-69 80-68 69-60 77-61 71-60 79-64 60-57 61-58

Neutral Home Away Neutral Away Home Neutral Away Home Neutral Home Away Neutral Home Away Away Home Home Away Home

MA R QU I S (1 - 0 ) 1974-75 W 81-51

N/A

MA R YL A ND - EA S T E R N S HO R E (2 - 0 ) 11/20/01 W 11/21/03 W

84-58 89-63

Home Home

65-52 74-54 80-63 69-50 79-57 61-47 83-73 72-57 70-61 76-57 57-50 63-53 74-54 69-44 71-58 65-54

Home Away Neutral Home Away Home Away Away Home Neutral Away Home Home Away Home Away

MA S S A CHU S ET T S ( 1 - 1 ) 12/9/01 W 67-56 1/4/03 L 51-46

Home Away

MCNEES E S T A T E ( 6 - 0 ) 1974-75 W 1979-80 W 1980-81 W 1/29/86 W 12/2/89 W 12/29/10 W

59-57 56-49 77-59 93-73 80-76 62-34

N/A Neutral Home Home Home Home

MEMP HI S P A R K C O M M . (1- 0 ) 1973-74 W 50-26

N/A

MER CER (3- 0 ) 1977-78 W 88-65 1978-79 W 85-73 11/19/04 W 54-40

Home Away Home

MI A MI (F L ) ( 1 - 1 ) 1/4/84 L 76-73 11/27/84 W 91-74

11/30/02 W

59-56

Home

MIDDLE TENNESSEE (10-8) 1973-74 W 56-55 N/A 1974-75 W 73-64 N/A 1975-76 L 75-52 N/A 1976-77 W 84-68 Home 1977-78 W 101-86 Home W 74-62 Neutral 1978-79 W 91-81 Away L 65-63 Away 1979-80 L 68-63 Home 1980-81 W 79-61 Away L 79-66 Neutral 12/1/92 L 83-70 Home 1/5/94 L 74-72 Away 11/25/96 W 77-65 Away 12/14/97 W 102-75 Home 3/11/99 W 71-61 Home 1/2/02 L 82-80 (ot) Home 12/19/02 L 89-83 Away

MILLEGAN (1-0) 1975-76 W 94-31

N/A

MINNESOTA (1-1)

MA R S HA L L ( 5- 1 1 ) 1/6/06 L 2/12/06 L 3/2/06 L 1/18/07 L 2/1/07 L 1/10/08 L 2/21/08 L 1/24/09 L 2/22/09 L 3/5/09 L 1/28/10 W 2/25/10 W 1/6/11 W 1/27/11 W 1/26/12 W 2/16/12 L

MICHIGAN STATE (1-0)

Away Home

1978-79 W 83-80 11/27/82 L 84-76

Neutral Away

MISSISSIPPI (13-33) 1972-73 W 53-47 N/A 1973-74 L 44-41 N/A W 54-42 N/A 1974-75 L 79-76 N/A L 83-79 N/A 1975-76 W 84-78 N/A L 79-77 N/A 1976-77 W 73-71 N/A L 62-59 N/A 1977-78 W 78-69 Away 1978-79 L 104-75 Away W 111-97 Home 1979-80 L 90-85 Away W 78-67 Home 3/12/82 W 72-70 Neutral 12/21/82 L 73-64 Away 2/16/83 L 78-67 Home 1/27/84 L 66-61 Home 2/23/84 L 68-58 Away 2/2/85 L 63-47 Away 2/19/85 L 80-70 Home 12/10/85 L 87-71 Away 1/22/86 L 74-73 Home 12/9/86 L 69-65 Away 2/9/87 W 77-76 Home 12/12/87 L 94-59 Away 2/17/88 L 81-78 Home 1/11/89 L 90-59 Away 2/14/89 L 87-55 Home 1/31/90 L 84-50 Away 2/14/90 W 55-51 Home 1/31/91 L 93-77 Away 1/22/92 L 87-76 Away 1/20/93 L 69-67 (ot) Home 12/7/93 L 78-64 Away 2/22/95 W 79-67 Home 12/5/95 L 74-73 Away 2/4/97 W 75-67 Home 12/2/97 L 93-86 Away 11/19/98 L 70-68 Home 11/19/99 L 71-50 Away 11/29/03 W 69-63 Home 1/3/05 L 82-54 Away 12/16/05 L 87-81 Home 11/21/08 L 84-63 Away

12/18/09 L

73-72

Home

M I S S I S S I P PI C OLLE G E ( 4 -3) 1972-73 W 70-48 1973-74 L 67-49 L 71-52 1977-78 W 78-74 1978-79 W 85-83 L 73-72 1988-89 W 84-61

N/A N/A N/A Home Home Away Home

M I S S I S S I PPI STATE ( 1 9 -1 3) 1973-74 W 52-50 1974-75 W 76-66 1975-76 W 79-60 1977-78 W 103-77 1980-81 L 97-89 W 92-81 12/19/81 W 85-73 1/20/82 W 75-61 L 86-80 2/2/83 L 59-58 12/17/83 W 65-53 1/18/94 W 71-57 12/4/84 W 97-71 1/15/84 W 91-67 12/4/86 L 81-71 1/22/87 W 73-64 12/19/87 W 85-77 1/3/89 W 83-75 2/1/89 L 86-68 1/13/92 L 67-65 3/3/92 W 82-81 (ot) 2/9/94 W 99-72 W 74-60 12/20/95 L 94-83 12/13/96 W 96-74 11/25/97 L 87-74 12/9/98 W 82-73 11/30/99 L 96-57 11/21/00 W 88-82 11/27/01 L 95-73 12/04/02 L 79-63 12/2/07 L 92-57 12/14/08 L 81-49

N/A N/A N/A Away Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Home Home Away Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away

M I S S . U NIV . F OR W O M E N ( 6- 1 ) 1973-74 L 44-41 1974-75 W 71-64 1975-76 W 73-69 W 83-74 1978-79 W 99-66 1979-80 W 83-70 1980-81 W 82-63

N/A N/A N/A N/A Neutral Home Away

M I S S I S S I PPI V ALLE Y S T A T E ( 3- 0) 12/10/83 W 11/30/85 W 111/30/88 W

111-72 85-76 78-64

Home Away Home

M I S S O URI ( 5 - 7 ) 12/12/81 W 12/5/85 L 1/9/86 W 11/26/88 W 12/16/89 L 12/1/90 L 12/17/91 L 1/2/94 W 1/17/95 L 11/18/09 W 11/15/10 L 12/22/11 L

79-70 Neutral 80-66 Away 85-68 Home 81-77 Home 89-57 Away 76-72 Home 69-54 Away 73-57 Home 72-69 Away 75-74 Away 67-40 Home (FEF) 58-48 Away

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ALL-TIME RESULTS BY OPPONENT MIS SOU RI STATE (2 - 2 ) 1972-73 L 12/19/81 W 12/3/88 W 3/17/12 L

47-40 85-73 77-49 82-65

N/A Home Home Away

M ON TAN A ( 0- 1) 12/29/03 L

74-56

Away

MURRAY STATE (9 - 3 ) 1972-73 W 1973-74 W 1974-75 W 1976-77 W 1977-78 W 1979-80 W 1980-81 L 12/8/90 W 12/13/91 L 12/20/92 W 12/11/93 W 11/15/09 L

40-28 50-37 80-60 87-59 88-72 85-76 89-75 87-84 75-72 106-60 91-64 69-59

Home Away Away Away Neutral Home Away Home Home Away Home Home

N EBRASKA (1- 1) Away Away

82-65

Away

NE W H AM PSH IRE (1- 0 ) Neutral

NEW M EXICO (0 - 1) 12/15/02 L

78-42

Away

NE W ORLEAN S ( 2 - 4) 3/19/83 L 3/1/87 L 12/29/89 L 1/12/91 L 1/2/95 W 2/12/96 W

68-58 84-61 67-53 66-59 93-78 94-66

Neutral Neutral Home Away Away Home

NO R TH CAROLIN A A & T (1-0) 12/19/10 W

76-51

Home

NORTH CAROLI NA STATE ( 1-0) 11/22/85 W

68-58

Neutral

NO RTH D AKOTA ST A T E (1-0) 11/28/10 W

58-55

Neutral

NORTH TEXAS ( 0 - 1) 11/17/01 L

75-70

Neutral

NO RTH EAST M ISS . CC (1-0) 1976-77 W 83-54

Neutral

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NO R T HER N I L L I N O I S (2 - 0 ) 1980-81 W 107-74 12/17/81 W 83-52

Home Home

NO R T HER N I O W A ( 0 - 1 ) 12/4/99 L

70-60

1972-73 W 50-33

N/A

NO R T HW ES T E R N S T A T E (1-0 ) 12/20/09 W

73-58

1980-81 L 12/30/97 W

12/4/90 L

11/26/99 W

12/30/84 W

72-69 62-45

Home Away

O HI O S T A T E ( 1 - 1 ) 1979-80 W 84-75 3/16/96 L 97-75

Neutral Neutral

O K L A HO MA ( 2 - 0 ) 1979-80 W 58-54 12/28/96 W 71-65

Neutral Neutral

OKLAHOMA STATE (1-2) 12/12/92 L 12/11/04 W 12/19/05 L

75-64 68-59 91-42

Home Home Away

O L D D O MI NI O N ( 1 - 4 ) 1977-78 W 93-85 L 64-51 1/28/83 L 72-50 11/26/89 L 100-68 12/3/99 L 99-60

Neutral Neutral Neutral Neutral Neutral

O R A L R O B ER T S ( 8 - 2 ) 1977-78 L 3/18/83 W 2/1/84 W 3/1/84 W 3/7/88 W 2/12/92 W 1/22/93 W 1/11/94 W 1/9/95 W 12/19/04 L

68-67 88-61 66-65 85-72 93-71 84-74 86-55 93-55 93-64 87-79

Away Neutral Away Home Home Home Home Home Away Neutral

O R EGO N (1- 0 ) 71-65

Neutral

Home

72-59

Home

91-81

Neutral

QUEENS COLLEGE (0-1) 80-66

Away

R A D FO R D ( 2 - 0 ) 2/27/87 W 103-79 12/28/04 W 62-37

Neutral Home

RHODES (3-0) N/A N/A N/A

RICE (6-4) 11/27/99 W 12/2/00 L 2/26/06 L 2/24/07 L 2/3/08 W 1/16/09 W 1/23/10 W 2/13/11 L 3/10/11 W 3/1/12 W

62-61 Home 70-58 Away 72-56 Home 79-46 Away 62-56 Home 72-69 Away 59-58 (OT) Home/FEF 71-58 Home 63-52 Neutral 65-60 Away

SACRAMENTO STATE (1-0) 11/27/09 W

98-83

Neutral

S A M FO R D ( 0 - 1 ) 11/17/06 L

62-54

Home

S T . FR A N C I S ( P A ) ( 1 - 0 ) 11/27/98 W

87-61

Home

ST. JOHN’S (1-2) 12/28/90 L 12/29/96 W 12/18/11 L

87-78 79-66 64-60

Away Neutral Away

SAINT LOUIS (24-4) 1976-77 W 1977-78 W 1/30/92 W 2/22/92 W 1/28/93 W 2/20/93 W 1/31/94 W 2/19/94 W 1/11/95 W 2/26/95 W 2/4/96 W 2/9/97 W 1/5/98 W

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87-15 91-41 87-38 65-54 82-47 85-55 78-62 62-58 97-48 87-68 84-60 74-62 77-71

1/1/99 L 2/27/00 W 2/9/01 W 3/2/01 W 1/6/02 W 1/27/02 W 1/6/02 L 1/12/03 L 2/20/04 W 2/27/04 W 2/13/05 W 2/25/05 L 1/2/10 W 1/2/17/10 W 11/11/11 W

N/A Home Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Away Away Home Away

73-72 Home 73-66 Away 71-58 Home 66-52 Neutral 64-55 Away 77-54 Home 71-60 Home 64-56 Away 69-65 Away 69-60 Home 70-52 Home 59-58 (ot) Away 59-55 Home 69-50 Away 63-60 Home (FEF)

S T . L O UIS C C M E R A M EC ( 1 - 0) 1976-77 W 92-65

N/A

S A N D I E G O STATE ( 1 - 1 ) 1980-81 W 69-56 12/18/93 L 72-56

Away Neutral

S A N J O S E STATE ( 0- 1 ) 1979-80 L

1972-73 W 58-35 W 42-31 1974-75 W 75-14

O HI O U NI VER S I T Y ( 1 - 1 ) 11/24/08 W 11/20/10 L

99-96

PURDUE (1-0)

Neutral

Neutral

Away Away

PROVIDENCE (1-0)

Home

O A K L A ND (MI ) ( 1 - 0 )

73-64 87-78

PHILLIPS (0-1)

1979-80 L

NO T R E D A ME ( 0 - 1 ) 93-62

PEPPERDINE (1-1)

Neutral

NO R T HW ES T JC ( 1 - 0 )

11/26/82 W

20

64-47

1978-79 W 94-74

N EVAD A (0-1)

1/29/83 W 77-75

11/14/08 W

3/15/97 L

1977-78 W 88-55 12/30/04 L 82-50

11/16/01 L

NO R T HER N A R I Z O N A (1- 0 )

71-61

Neutral

S A N T A C LARA ( 0- 2) 11/28/97 L 12/19/93 L

98-94 (ot) 77-74

Away Away

S E T O N HALL ( 1 - 0) 12/30/11 W

82-73

Home

S O U T H A L ABAM A ( 1 - 2) 12/19/90 L 88-65 Away 12/11/08 L 66-49 Home (FEF) 12/9/09 W 55-50 Away

SOUTH CAROLINA (6-16) 1974-75 W 1977-78 L 1980-81 L 2/10/82 L 1/10/83 W 2/14/84 L 3/6/84 W 1/30/85 W 1/4/86 L 1/24/87 L 2/14/87 W 1/18/88 L 2/15/88 W 3/12/88 L 1/7/89 L 2/4/89 L 1/27/90 L 2/17/90 L 1/3/91 L 2/18/91 L 2/26/92 L 1/25/93 L

N/A 82-80 76-73 92-67 79-67 75-59 64-60 57-54 69-62 78-68 70-66 80-62 84-69 81-70 97-72 81-53 79-65 90-55 80-69 96-49 61-50 73-68 (ot)

N/A Neutral Home Away Home Away Neutral Home Away Home Away Away Home Neutral Away Home Home Away Home Away Away Home

S O U T H D A KOTA STATE ( 1 -0) 1977-78 W 101-69

Away

S O U T H EASTE RN L O U I S I A NA ( 6- 3) 1975-76 L 86-48 12/7/90 L 90-86 1/2/92 W 89-59

N/A Home Home


ALL-TIME RESULTS BY OPPONENT 3/1/93 W 12/31/94 W 11/28/95 W 12/15/06 W 11/16/07 L 11/22/11 W

62-51 96-73 74-71 60-45 75-72 80-44

Home Away Home Home Home Home

S O UT H EAST M ISSO U R I STATE ( 1-0) 1976-77 W 93-29

N/A

SOU TH ERN UN IVERSITY ( 1- 0 ) 12/18/82 W

100-75

Home

S O U TH ERN ILLINO I S ( 12-4) 1973-74 W 1974-75 W 1975-76 W 1976-77 W 1977-78 W 1978-79 W 3/17/83 W 12/1/84 W 11/26/85 L 11/29/86 W 12/5/87 L 12/20/88 L 1/16/96 W 12/17/96 W 11/18/97 L 11/23/98 W

56-25 60-40 74-61 67-58 78-64 77-71 77-69 66-65 71-56 66-63 84-62 62-48 79-57 80-70 68-65 84-67

N/A N/A Home Home Home Neutral Neutral Away Home Home Away Neutral Away Home Away Home

SM U (4-5) 12/10/94 W 1/13/06 L 1/5/07 L 2/14/08 L 2/12/09 L 1/9/10 L 2/24/11 W 2/9/12 W 3/8/12 W

99-77 Home 67-45 Away 97-65 Home 93-49 Away 71-57 Home 64-59 Home/FEF 73-63 Home 60-55 Away 77-67 Home

SOU TH ERN MISSISSIPPI ( 30- 2 4) 1973-74 W 12/3/76 W 1/3/77 W 1/8/82 W 12/13/82 L 1/14/84 W 2/4/84 W 1/26/85 W 2/9/84 L 3/5/85 W 1/25/86 W 2/8/86 W 1/19/87 W 2/16/87 L 3/6/87 L 1/23/88 L 2/22/98 W 1/23/89 L 2/20/89 L 2/22/90 L 2/19/90 L 1/14/91 W 2/13/91 L 1/26/95 L 2/25/96 W 3/2/96 W 1/31/97 W 1/8/98 W 2/8/98 L 1/10/99 W

56-26 Home 83-60 Away 89-73 Home 101-87 Home 86-78 Away 96-77 Home 88-87 Away 78-72 Away 86-79 Home 77-75 (ot) Neutral 98-77 Home 66-63 Away 87-73 Home 75-74 Away 74-72 (ot) Neutral 82-78 Away 74-71 Home 100-81 Home 92-78 Away 101-61 Home 76-63 Away 72-71 Away 98-90 Home 89-88 Home 92-86 Away 87-83 Neutral 76-73 Away 81-60 Home 83-81(ot) Away 66-64 Away

2/4/99 W 1/7/00 L 2/17/00 L 1/21/01 L 2/18/01 W 1/13/02 W 1/17/03 L 2/2/04 W 1/16/05 W 1/29/06 L 2/17/06 L 1/12/07 L 2/15/07 L 2/7/08 L 2/28/08 W 1/10/09 L 2/28/09 W 1/17/10 W 2/12/10 W 1/30/11 W 2/17/11 L 3/9/11 W 1/19/12 W 2/2/12 L

81-78 Home 84-71 Away 79-68 Home 65-62(ot) Home 73-58 Away 65-55 Home 75-72 Away 73-61 Away 80-51 Home 73-67 Home 73-50 Away 76-55 Away 85-59 Home 76-56 Away 64-60 Home 74-65 Home 77-74 (ot) Away 60-57 Away 89-85 (OT) Home 78-58 Home (FEF) 66-51 Away 71-63 Neutral 85-44 Away 62-54 Home

S T A NF O R D ( 1 - 0 ) 1979-80 W 87-64

Neutral

S T EP HEN F . AU S T I N (4- 1) 1/9/82 W 3/5/83 W 12/6/94 W 12/16/95 L 11/29/08 W

94-74 79-76 63-61 82-73 64-52

Home Away Home Away Home

S T ET S O N (1 - 0 ) 12/4/92 W 92-63

Neutral

S YR A CU S E ( 1 - 0 ) 12/9/94 W 84-70

Home

T CU (0 - 4 ) 2/15/02 L 2/16/03 L 1/11/04 L 2/5/05 L

65-59 61-53 78-75 74-64

Home Away Home Away

T EMP L E JC ( 2 - 1 ) 1974-75 L 71-35 1975-76 W 77-72 1978-79 W 97-59

N/A N/A Home

T ENNES S EE ( 1 - 2 5) 1973-74 L 57-50 N/A L 52-47 N/A 1975-76 L 71-69 Neutral 1976-77 L 81-72 Home 1977-78 L 80-77 Away L 87-76 Neutral 1978-79 W 79-75 Home 1979-80 L 86-48 Away 3/19/82 L 78-63 Away 2/24/86 L 94-79 Home 1/28/87 L 91-81 Away 1/27/88 L 97-73 Home 2/6/89 L 85-50 Away 1/11/90 L 88-69 Home 2/21/91 L 93-46 Away 2/19/92 L 118-59 Home 2/15/93 L 90-46 Away 12/30/93 L 79-65 Home 11/26/94 L 95-66 Away 12/31/95 L 84-63 Home

12/3/96 L 2/12/98 L 2/16/99 L 12/7/99 L 12/15/00 L 12/29/01 L

79-63 91-65 113-39 92-69 98-60 92-66

Away Home Away Home Away Home

TENNESSEE-MARTIN ( 2 7- 3 ) 1972-73 L 51-33 N/A 1973-74 W N/A N/A 1974-75 W 66-63 N/A 1975-76 W 72-39 Home 1976-77 W 79-33 N/A W 76-63 Neutral 1977-78 W 102-39 Home W 78-64 Neutral 1978-79 W 94-68 Away L 73-66 Neutral 1979-80 W 77-61 Home 1980-81 W 74-65 Home 11/23/81 W 100-58 Home 12/3/82 W 82-63 Away 12/11/92 W 95-69 Home 2/18/93 W 101-89 Away 12/1/93 W 86-64 Home 2/14/94 W 81-67 Home 12/15/94 W 75-56 Home 2/2/95 W 93-76 Away 1/23/96 W 99-59 Home 11/29/96 W 83-52 Home 1/22/97 W 81-58 Away 3/14/99 W 87-73 Home 12/6/03 W 80-52 Home 12/4/04 W 77-74 Away 12/7/05 W 73-50 Home 12/3/06 L 69-60 Home 11/22/09 W 68-51 Home 12/4/11 W 90-69 Home

TENNESSEE STATE (6-1) 11/26/84 W 12/6/88 W 12/1/89 L 12/10/93 W 11/29/02 W 11/23/07 W 12/1/11 W

99-85 76-45 79-76 82-75 92-71 78-76 88-64

Home Home Home Home Home Home Home

TENNESSEE TECH (6-15) 1974-75 L 68-61 L 81-67 L 73-61 1976-77 L 79-72 L 78-63 1977-78 W 73-40 W 88-76 1978-79 L 95-71 1979-80 L 83-80 L 84-72 1980-81 L 80-64 12/7/85 W 77-63 3/1/90 L 95-71 2/6/91 L 86-69 12/29/97 W 84-75 12/29/00 L 85-83 12/5/01 L 75-71 12/7/02 L 67-64 11/24/03 W 71-50 11/10/07 L 74-58 12/30/08 W 63-61

Neutral Neutral Neutral Neutral Neutral Home Neutral Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Neutral Home Away Home Away Home Away

TEXAS A&M (3-0) 1979-80 W 62-51 11/25/00 W 75-68 12/19/01 W 62-59

Away Home Away

T E X A S A &M - C ORPUS C H R I S T I ( 1 - 0) 3/25/10 W 80-55

Home

T E X A S - A RLING TON (2-1) 1/28/85 W 90-69 12/18/08 L 84-45 11/27/11 W 77-60

Home Neutral Home

T E X A S - S A N ANTONIO ( 0 -1 ) 12/29/06 L

85-73

Away

T E X A S T EC H ( 0- 1 ) 11/30/91 L

69-45

Neutral

T O L E DO ( 0- 1 ) 1/4/08

L

71-68 (ot)

Home

T R I N I T Y ( 1 - 0) 1974-75 W 83-45

N/A

T U L A N E ( 22-1 5 ) 1979-80 W 1980-81 W 1/16/82 W 1/6/83 W 2/22/83 W 2/6/84 W 2/16/84 W 1/24/85 W 2/16/85 W 2/10/86 W 2/15/86 W 1/15/90 L 2/12/90 W 1/10/91 W 2/9/91 W 12/21/91 W 1/2/93 L 1/28/96 W 1/5/97 W 1/11/98 W 2/6/98 L 1/8/99 L 2/6/99 L 1/9/00 L 2/19/00 L 1/19/01 L 2/16/01 W 1/11/02 L 1/19/03 L 1/31/04 W 1/14/05 W 1/22/06 L 2/7/07 L 1/18/08 W 1/31/09 L 2/18/10 L 2/20/11 L 1/5/12 W 3/9/12 L

75-62 Neutral 88-81 Neutral 78-63 Away 87-62 Home 90-68 Away 64-57 Away 79-64 Home 85-65 Away 67-57 Home 89-83 Away 92-69 Home 79-76 Away 81-69 Home 78-68 Away 85-65 Home 68-56 Away 60-59 Home 96-64 Home 86-73 Away 90-77 Home 89-67 Away 98-51 Away 72-63 Home 83-67 Away 87-67 Home 67-58 Home 76-61 Away 77-59 Home 70-46 Away 76-64 Home 56-53 Home 74-58 Away 77-61 Home 74-66 Home 59-44 Home 86-61 Away 75-63 Away 61-59 Home 63-44 Home (FEF)

T U L S A ( 6- 3) 3/18/04 W 1/15/06 L 1/7/07 L 2/17/08 W 3/6/08 L 2/15/09 W 1/7/10 W 2/8/11 W

66-64 93-40 87-71 72-49 85-63 65-60 77-72 74-58

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ALL-TIME RESULTS BY OPPONENT 2/26/12 W 66-64

Home

3/18/10 W 72-67

Home Away Home Neutral Neutral Away Away Home Neutral Home Away Home Away Home Neutral Home Away Neutral Home Away Neutral Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Neutral Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home

12/5/98 W 72-55

U AB (28-18) 1979-80 W 1980-81 W 2/6/82 W 12/7/84 W 2/28/87 W 2/24/90 L 1/15/92 L 2/15/92 L 3/13/92 L 1/16/93 W 2/13/93 L 3/11/93 W 1/15/94 L 2/12/94 L 3/12/94 L 1/14/95 W 3/4/95 W 3/10/95 W 1/5/96 W 1/10/96 W 3/1/97 W 12/17/97 W 2/15/98 W 12/29/98 W 2/13/99 W 1/2/00 W 2/13/00 W 12/31/00 L 14/14/01 W 2/22/02 L 2/9/03 W 1/23/04 W 3/4/04 W 1/21/05 W 1/20/06 L 2/2/06 L 1/2/07 L 1/27/07 L 1/6/08 L 1/27/08 L 1/4/09 L 2/7/09 W 2/4/10 W 3/4/10 L 1/16/11 L 2/27/11 L 1/22/12 W 2/23/12 W

96-76 84-78 88-69 89-54 84-76 84-62 85-67 75-46 79-58 67-65 91-72 79-69 78-72 79-76 66-57 91-88 78-53 105-90 89-53 70-60 68-58 94-76 94-82 76-73 74-52 65-64 66-58 78-51 82-71 62-55 70-54 93-64 64-54 51-47 61-58 101-60 75-59 84-77 76-63 72-66 71-62 65-60 67-56 63-54 65-58 59-45 70-59 71-56

U NC- W I L MI NGT ON ( 1 - 0 )

U CF (8-8) 12/5/92 W 1/27/06 L 2/19/06 L 1/14/07 L 2/17/07 W 2/9/08 W 3/1/08 L 1/8/09 L 2/26/09 L 1/5/10 W 2/14/10 W 1/20/11 W 3/3/11 L 3/11/11 L 2/4/12 W 2/19/12 W

79-41 Away 65-54 Home 77-62 Away 77-62 Away 80-73 Home 78-68 Away 81-69 Home 85-67 Home 82-67 Away 49-47 Away 76-72 Home 74-53 Home 70-52 Away 81-63 Neutral 65-57 Home (FEF) 61-54 Away

U CLA ( 0-1) 1980-81 L

82-71

Away

U M KC ( 5-0) 2/6/88 W 1/17/89 W 12/20/00 W 11/23/01 W

22

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103-89 64-43 93-38 71-43

Home

Home Away Away Home

Neutral

U NI O N (12 - 1 ) 1972-73 W 58-49 W 48-32 W 59-47 1973-74 W 51-38 W 57-56 W 49-42 W 60-54 1974-75 W 82-60 W 85-82 1975-76 L 91-72 1976-77 W 95-78 1980-81 W 92-67 W 69-66

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Away N/A Home Away

U S C (S O U T HER N C A L ) (1- 0 ) 3/17/95 W 74-72

Neutral

U S F (S O U T H F L O R I D A ) (12 - 3 ) 1/7/96 W 1/12/97 W 1/18/98 W 2/20/98 W 2/28/98 W 1/15/99 W 2/21/99 L 1/13/00 W 2/4/00 W 1/28/01 W 2/25/01 W 2/24/02 L 2/7/03 W 1/25/04 W 1/23/05 L

106-60 Home 88-73 Away 83-77 Away 68-64 Home 78-66 Neutral 96-74 Home 84-75 Away 89-84 Home 81-62 Away 81-71(ot) Away 66-52 Home 80-61 Away 76-53 Home 69-59 Home 72-58 Away

U T EP (2 - 6) 2/6/06 W 2/10/07 L 3/1/07 L 1/20/08 L 1/29/09 L 2/20/10 W 1/13/11 L 1/8/12 L

71-66 Home 85-59 Away 84-75 Neutral 75-62 Away 73-53 Home/FEF 59-57 Away 60-55 Home 66-60 Away

VA L D O S T A S T A T E ( 1 - 2 ) 1976-77 L 64-58 1977-78 L 100-84 1978-79 W 91-89

Neutral Away Home

VA ND ER B I L T ( 2 - 1 0 ) 2/19/82 W 2/14/85 L 2/20/86 L 2/21/87 W 2/24/88 L 2/22/89 L 1/24/90 L 12/7/91 L 1/5/93 L 3/19/95 L 12/11/03 L 12/1/04 L

97-78 77-72 96-73 93-74 86-73 89-82 99-65 75-50 91-57 95-68 73-49 96-54

Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Away

81-69

76-75

Away

VIRGINIA TECH (11-8) 2/3/82 W 2/26/82 W 1/22/83 W 3/6/83 W 1/21/84 W 1/19/85 W 3/4/85 W 1/6/86 W 1/10/87 W 2/7/87 W 1/11/88 L 2/8/88 W 1/14/89 L 2/11/89 L 3/9/89 L 1/13/89 L 2/10/90 L 1/5/91 L 2/2/91 L

77-68 83-59 78-60 72-64 74-62 77-72 93-85 89-78 84-59 82-81 73-61 89-84 75-62 74-55 78-63 69-68 77-59 71-65 77-73

Away Neutral Home Neutral Away Home Neutral Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away

VOLUNTEER STATE JC (2-1) 1972-73 W 65-59 1973-74 L 71-67 1974-75 W 81-63

N/A N/A N/A

W A K E FO R E S T ( 1 - 0 ) 1974-75 W N/A

Neutral

WASHINGTON (0-1) 12/19/88 L

78-48

Neutral

WESTERN CAROLINA (1-0) 1/15/85 W 106-53

Home

WESTERN ILLINOIS (1-0) 11/27/81 W

118-60

Away

WESTERN KENTUCKY ( 2 - 5) 1976-77 W 2/15/81 W 1/14/86 L 2/12/87 L 1/7/88 L 3/21/04 L 12/20/04 L

79-68 97-73 95-71 83-75 81-72 104-87 84-64

Neutral Home Away Home Away Away Neutral

WICHITA STATE (2-0) 11/28/08 W 61-54 3/21/10 W 74-58

Home Home

WILLIAM PENN (1-0) 1980-81 W 75-74

Neutral

WINTHROP (1-1) 11/10/06 L 12/20/08 W

83-60 52-46

Neutral Neutral

WISCONSIN (1-1) 1980-81 W 77-70 3/20/99 L 92-73

VI R GI NI A (0 - 2 ) 12/28/84 L

3/15/87 L

Neutral

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X A V I E R ( 1 - 0) 1/7/85 W 102-57

Home

Y O U N G S T OWN STATE ( 0 -2) 11/30/91 L 3/13/98 L

77-64 91-80

Neutral Neutral


MEMPHIS VS. CONFERENCES Conference affiliation based on record vs. current membership

NCA A D IVISION I AMERICA EAST (1-0)

Albany........................................... 0-0 Binghamton ................................. 0-0 Boston University ........................ 0-0 Hartford........................................ 0-0 Maine........................................... 0-0 UMBC........................................... 0-0 New Hampshire............................ 1-0 Stony Brook.................................. 0-0 Vermont....................................... 0-0

ATLANTIC 10 (42-10)

Butler............................................ 0-0 Charlotte..................................... 10-4 Dayton.......................................... 5-1 Duquesne..................................... 0-0 Fordham....................................... 2-0 George Washington...................... 0-0 LaSalle.......................................... 0-0 Massachusetts.............................. 1-1 Rhode Island................................. 0-0 Richmond..................................... 0-0 St. Bonaventure............................ 0-0 Saint Joseph’s............................... 0-0 Saint Louis.................................. 23-4 Temple.......................................... 0-0 VCU............................................... 0-0 Xavier............................................ 1-0

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (27-22)

Boston College.............................. 0-0 Clemson........................................ 0-2 Duke............................................. 0-0 Florida State............................... 13-9 Georgia Tech................................. 0-0 Maryland...................................... 0-0 Miami........................................... 1-1 North Carolina.............................. 0-0 NC State........................................ 1-0 Virginia......................................... 0-2 Virginia Tech............................... 11-8 Wake Forest.................................. 1-0

ATLANTIC SUN (17-3)

East Tennessee State.................... 8-2 Florida Gulf Coast......................... 0-1 Jacksonville................................... 0-0 Kennesaw State............................ 0-0 Lipscomb...................................... 5-0 Mercer.......................................... 3-0 North Florida................................ 0-0 Northern Kentucky....................... 0-0 USC Upstate.................................. 0-0 Stetson......................................... 1-0

BIG 12 (7-11)

Baylor........................................... 1-0 Iowa State..................................... 0-1 Kansas........................................... 1-1 Kansas State................................. 2-2 Oklahoma..................................... 2-0 Oklahoma State............................ 1-2 Texas............................................. 0-0 TCU ............................................... 0-4 Texas Tech..................................... 0-1 West Virginia................................ 0-0

BIG EAST (84-65)

Cincinnati.................................. 28-12 Connecticut.................................. 0-0 DePaul........................................ 9-12 Georgetown.................................. 0-0 Louisville................................... 24-20 Marquette.................................. 8-16 Notre Dame.................................. 0-1 Pitt ............................................... 0-0 Providence.................................... 1-0 Rutgers......................................... 0-0 St. John’s....................................... 1-1 Seton Hall..................................... 0-0 Syracuse....................................... 0-0 USF ............................................. 12-3 Villanova....................................... 0-0

BIG SKY (3-2)

Eastern Washington..................... 1-1 Idaho State................................... 0-0 Montana....................................... 0-1 Montana State.............................. 0-0 North Dakota................................ 0-0 Northern Arizona.......................... 1-0 Northern Colorado....................... 0-0 Portland State............................... 0-0 Sacramento State......................... 1-0 Southern Utah.............................. 0-0 Weber State.................................. 0-0

BIG SOUTH (3-1)

Campbell...................................... 0-0 Charleston Southern.................... 0-0 Coastal Carolina............................ 0-0 Gardner-Webb.............................. 0-0 High Point..................................... 0-0 Liberty.......................................... 0-0 Longwood..................................... 0-0 UNC Asheville............................... 0-0 Presbyterian................................. 0-0 Radford......................................... 2-0 VMI ............................................... 0-0 Winthrop...................................... 1-1

BIG TEN (7-7)

Illinois........................................... 1-1 Indiana.......................................... 1-2 Iowa.............................................. 0-1 Michigan....................................... 0-0 Michigan State.............................. 1-0 Minnesota.................................... 1-1 Nebraska....................................... 1-1 Northwestern............................... 0-0 Ohio State..................................... 1-1 Penn State.................................... 0-0 Purdue.......................................... 1-0 Wisconsin..................................... 1-1

BIG WEST (0-2)

UC Davis....................................... 0-0 UC Irvine....................................... 0-0 UC Riverside................................. 0-0 UC Santa Barbara.......................... 0-0 Cal Poly......................................... 0-1 Fullerton....................................... 0-1 Hawai’i.......................................... 0-0 Northridge.................................... 0-0 Long Beach................................... 0-0 Pacific........................................... 0-0

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (2-4)

Delaware...................................... 0-0 Drexel........................................... 0-0 George Mason.............................. 0-0 Georgia State................................ 0-0 Hofstra.......................................... 0-0 James Madison............................. 0-0 UNC Wilmington........................... 1-0 Northeastern................................ 0-0 Old Dominion............................... 1-4 Towson......................................... 0-0 William & Mary............................ 0-0

CONFERENCE USA (119-109)

East Carolina............................... 8-10 Houston.................................... 11-11 Marshall...................................... 4-10 Rice ............................................... 5-4 SMU.............................................. 2-5 Southern Miss.......................... 29-22 Tulane....................................... 21-14 Tulsa............................................. 5-3 UAB........................................... 26-18 UCF ............................................... 6-8 UTEP............................................. 2-5

GREAT WEST (1-0)

Chicago State................................ 1-0 Houston Baptist............................ 0-0 NJ Institute of Technology............ 0-0 Texas-Pan American...................... 0-0 Utah Valley................................... 0-0

HORIZON (3-2)

Cleveland State............................. 0-0 Detroit.......................................... 1-0 Green Bay..................................... 0-0 Illinois Chicago.............................. 1-0 Loyola Chicago.............................. 1-0. Milwaukee.................................... 0-0 Valparaiso..................................... 0-0 Wright State................................. 0-0 Youngstown State......................... 0-2

THE IVY LEAGUE (0-0)

Brown........................................... 0-0 Columbia...................................... 0-0 Cornell.......................................... 0-0 Dartmouth.................................... 0-0 Harvard......................................... 0-0 Penn............................................. 0-0 Princeton...................................... 0-0 Yale ............................................... 0-0

METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (0-1)

Canisius College............................ 0-0 Fairfield University....................... 0-1 Loyola College.............................. 0-0 Manhattan College....................... 0-0 Marist College.............................. 0-0 Niagara University........................ 0-0 Rider University............................ 0-0 Saint Peter’s College..................... 0-0 Siena College................................ 0-0

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE (3-2)

Akron............................................ 0-0 Ball State....................................... 0-0 Bowling Green.............................. 0-0 Buffalo.......................................... 0-0 Central Michigan.......................... 0-0 Eastern Michigan.......................... 0-0 Kent State..................................... 0-0 Miami (Ohio)................................ 0-0 Northern Illinois........................... 2-0 Ohio.............................................. 1-1 Toledo........................................... 0-1 Western Michigan........................ 0-0

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE (1-0)

Central Connecticut St.................. 0-0 Fairleigh Dickinson....................... 0-0 Long Island................................... 0-0 Monmouth................................... 0-0 Mount St. Mary’s.......................... 0-0 Quinnipiac.................................... 0-0 Robert Morris............................... 0-0 Sacred Heart................................. 0-0 St. Francis (NY)............................. 0-0 St. Francis (PA).............................. 1-0 Wagner......................................... 0-0

OHIO VALLEY (62-28)

Austin Peay State.......................... 7-1 Belmont........................................ 1-4 Eastern Illinois.............................. 2-0 Eastern Kentucky.......................... 5-0 Jacksonville State.......................... 0-0 Morehead State............................ 0-0 Murray State................................. 9-3 Southeast Missouri State.............. 1-0 SIU Edwardsville........................... 0-0 Tennessee State............................ 5-1 Tennessee Tech........................... 6-15 UT Martin................................... 26-3

PAC 12 (3-3)

Arizona......................................... 0-0 Arizona State................................ 0-1 University of California................. 0-0 Colorado....................................... 0-0 Oregon.......................................... 1-0 Oregon State................................ 0-0 Stanford........................................ 1-0 UCLA............................................. 0-1 USC ............................................... 1-0 Utah.............................................. 0-0 Washington.................................. 0-1 Washington State......................... 0-0

PATRIOT LEAGUE (0-1)

MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (3-0)

American...................................... 0-0 Army............................................. 0-0 Bucknell........................................ 0-0 Colgate......................................... 0-0 Holy Cross..................................... 0-1 Lafayette....................................... 0-0 Lehigh........................................... 0-0 Navy.............................................. 0-0

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE (22-12)

Alabama....................................... 6-6 Arkansas..................................... 8-11 Auburn.......................................... 0-1 Florida.......................................... 3-1 Georgia......................................... 0-3 Kentucky....................................... 4-3 LSU ............................................... 3-2 Missouri........................................ 5-6 Mississippi................................ 13-33 Mississippi State....................... 19-13 South Carolina............................ 6-16 Tennessee................................... 1-25 Texas A&M.................................... 3-0 Vanderbilt................................... 2-10

Bethune-Cookman....................... 0-0 Coppin State................................. 0-0 Delaware State............................. 0-0 Florida A&M................................. 0-0 Hampton...................................... 0-0 Howard......................................... 0-0 Maryland-Eastern Shore............... 2-0 Morgan State................................ 0-0 Norfolk State................................ 0-0 North Carolina A&T...................... 1-0 North Carolina Central................. 0-0 Savannah State............................. 0-0 South Carolina State..................... 0-0

Bradley......................................... 1-0 Creighton...................................... 0-3 Drake............................................ 0-2 Evansville...................................... 0-0 Illinois State.................................. 6-1 Indiana State................................ 0-0 Missouri State............................... 1-1 Northern Iowa.............................. 0-1 Southern Illinois......................... 12-4 Wichita State................................ 2-0

MOUNTAIN WEST (1-4)

Air Force....................................... 0-0 Boise State.................................... 0-0 Colorado State.............................. 0-0 Fresno State.................................. 0-1 Nevada......................................... 0-1 New Mexico.................................. 0-1 San Diego State............................ 1-1 UNLV............................................. 0-0 Wyoming...................................... 0-0

SEC (73-130)

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE (5-4)

Appalachian State......................... 0-1 College of Charleston................... 0-0 The Citadel................................... 0-0 Davidson....................................... 0-0 Elon.............................................. 0-0 Furman......................................... 0-0 Georgia Southern......................... 1-0 UNC Greensboro.......................... 0-0 Samford........................................ 0-1 Chattanooga................................. 3-2 Western Carolina.......................... 1-0 Wofford........................................ 0-0

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE (26-8)

Central Arkansas........................... 1-0 Lamar........................................... 0-1 McNeese State............................. 6-0 Nicholls State................................ 0-0 Northwestern State...................... 1-0 Oral Roberts................................. 8-2

Sam Houston State....................... 0-0 Southeastern Louisiana................ 5-3 Stephen F. Austin.......................... 4-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi............ 1-0

SWAC (22-3)

Alabama A&M.............................. 1-0 Alabama State.............................. 1-0 Alcorn State.................................. 5-1 Arkansas – Pine Bluff.................... 2-1 Grambling State............................ 4-0 Jackson State................................ 5-1 Miss. Valley State.......................... 3-0 Prairie View A&M......................... 0-0 Southern....................................... 1-0 Texas Southern............................. 0-0

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE (10-0)

IPFW............................................. 0-0 IUPUI............................................ 0-0 UMKC............................................ 5-0 Nebraska-Omaha.......................... 0-0 North Dakota State....................... 1-0 Oakland........................................ 1-0 South Dakota................................ 0-0 South Dakota State....................... 1-0 Western Illinois............................. 1-0

SUN BELT (32-20)

UALR............................................. 6-0 Arkansas State.............................. 9-1 Florida Atlantic............................. 0-0 Florida International..................... 1-1 UL Lafayette.................................. 2-0 UL Monroe................................... 3-2 Middle Tennessee....................... 10-8 North Texas................................... 0-1 South Alabama............................. 1-2 Troy............................................... 0-0 Western Kentucky........................ 2-5

WEST COAST CONFERENCE (1-4)

BYU ............................................... 0-0 Gonzaga........................................ 0-1 Loyola Marymount....................... 0-0 Pepperdine................................... 1-1 Portland........................................ 0-0 Saint Mary’s College..................... 0-0 San Diego...................................... 0-0 Univ. of San Francisco................... 0-0 Santa Clara.................................... 0-2 Seattle.......................................... 0-0

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (4-11)

Denver.......................................... 0-0 Idaho............................................ 1-0 Louisiana Tech.............................. 2-8 New Mexico State........................ 0-0 San Jose State............................... 0-1 Seattle.......................................... 0-0 Texas Arlington............................. 1-1 Texas San Antonio......................... 0-1 Texas State.................................... 0-0 Utah State..................................... 0-0

NCAA DIVISION I INDEPENDENTS (2-4)

New Orleans................................. 2-4

N C A A DIV ISION II EAST COAST CONFERENCE

Queens College................................. 0-1

GULF COAST CONFERENCE

Arkansas Tech.................................... 1-0 Delta State......................................... 3-7 Miss. Univ. for Women....................6-1 * Valdosta State.................................... 1-2 * cancelled athletics program in 2002

MID-AMERICAN INTERCOLLEGIATE

Central Missouri................................ 2-1

PENNSYLVANIA STATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Cheney............................................... 1-0

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MEMPHIS VS. CONFERENCES/TIGERS ON TV SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

TIGERS ON TV

LeMoyne Owen................................. 1-0

NCA A D IVISION III AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE

Mississippi College............................ 4-3

SOUTHERN COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Rhodes College.................................. 3-0 Trinity College.................................... 1-0

N AIA

CBS COLLEGE SPORTS (2-9)

1/4/09 1/24/09 2/25/09 1/17/10 2/27/10 1/23/11 1/30/11 2/20/11 3/3/11 3/11/11 3/9/12

UAB at Marshall at UCF at Southern Miss East Carolina at Houston Southern Miss at Tulane at UCF vs. UCF vs. Tulane

1/6/02

MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE

1/2/2000 at UAB

MIDWEST COLLEGIATE

1/21/05 1/23/10

Belhaven............................................ 3-0 Lambuth.......................................... 11-2

Grand View College........................... 2-0 William Penn..................................... 1-0

TRANSSOUTH

Blue Mountain College.................... 12-0 Union University.............................. 12-1

J UNIOR COLLEGES FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Gulf Coast CC..................................... 1-0

MIDWEST COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

St. Louis CC-Meramec....................... 1-0

MACJC

Northeast Mississippi CC................... 1-0

TENNESSEE JUNIOR AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Columbia State.................................. 1-0 Jackson State CC................................ 5-1 Volunteer State JC............................. 2-1

UNITED STATES COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Judson............................................... 1-0

UNKNOWN AFFILIATION

Marquis............................................. 1-0 Northwest JC..................................... 1-0 Phillips............................................... 0-1 Temple JC........................................... 2-1

71-62 Memphis, Tenn. 72-57 Huntington, W.Va. 82-67 Orlando, Fla. 60-57 (OT) Hattiesburg, Miss. 77-76 (OT) Memphis, Tenn./FEF 81-68 Houston, Texas 78-58 Memphis, Tenn./FEF 75-63 New Orleans, La. 70-49 Orlando, Fla. 81-63 El Paso, Texas 63-44 Memphis, Tenn./FEF

CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS (1-0)

APPALACHIAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Milligan.............................................. 1-0

L L L W L L W L L L L

at Saint Louis

W,

64-55

COLLEGE SPORTS SOUTHEAST (1-0) W,

COMCAST SPORTS SOUTH (2-0) at UAB vs. Rice

CSTV (0-2)

1/29/06 2/12/06

80-51 Birmingham, Ala. 59-58 (OT) Memphis, Tenn./FEF

at Marquette Houston Saint Louis

L L L

77-61 84-70 71-60

Milwaukee, Wis. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

Southern Miss at Marshall

L L

73-67 74-54

Memphis, Tenn. Huntington, W. Va.

W W L W

93-87 (OT) Birmingham, Ala. % 86-73 New Orleans, La. 72-63 Memphis,Tenn. (Pyramid) 82-71 Memphis, Tenn.

W W W L W L

87-53 76-73 94-76 84-74 72-54 87-68

ESPN 2 (3-1)

3/3/96 1/5/97 2/6/99 1/14/01

vs. DePaul at Tulane vs. Tulane vs. UAB

FOX SPORTS NET (4-2)

1/26/97 1/31/97 12/17/97 1/23/98 2/13/99 2/19/2000

Birmingham, Ala.

W, W

CONFERENCE USA TV (0-3)

1/20/02 2/17/02 1/12/03

65-64

St. Louis, Mo.

vs. DePaul at Southern Miss UAB at Louisville UAB vs. Tulane

Memphis, Tenn. Hattiesburg, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. Louisville, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis,Tenn.

FOX SPORTS NETWORK (2-1)

1/8/12 at UTEP 1/22/12 at UAB 2/4/12 UCF

L 66-60 El Paso, Texas W 70-59 Birmingham, Ala. W 65-57 Memphis/FedExForum

FOX SPORTS NET FLORIDA (0-1)

2/24/02

at South Florida

L

80-61

Tampa, Fla.

2/6/2000 at Houston

W

86-61

Houston, Texas

3/2/97

L

83-77

Chicago, Ill.

84-75 81-62

Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla.

79-63

Knoxville, Tenn.

71-60 70-54

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

66-65 (OT) 76-71

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

KTBE-TV (HOUSTON) (1-0) PRIME NETWORK (0-1)

vs. Marquette

SPORTSCHANNEL FLORIDA (1-1)

2/21/99 at South Florida 2/4/2000 at South Florida

L W

SPORTSSOUTH (0-1)

12/3/96

at #4 Tennessee L

TIME WARNER (2-0)

1/24/03 2/9/03

Marquette UAB

WKNO (MEMPHIS) (1-1)

1/21/01 2/11/01

W W

vs. Southern Miss L vs. Charlotte W

WLMT (MEMPHIS) (3-2)

1/5/01 DePaul W 70-52 Memphis, Tenn. 1/9/05 * at Charlotte L 72-65 Charlotte, N.C. 12/20/03 UALR W 61-48 Memphis, Tenn. (Pyramid) 3/2/03 Louisville W 87-72 Memphis, Tenn. (Pyramid) 1/30/05 * Cincinnati L 58-56 Memphis, Tenn. * also aired on CSTV as part of C-USA TV package % first women’s basketball televised game in Memphis history

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MEMPHIS VS. RANKED OPPONENTS 18-72 OVERALL DATE

NO. 1 (1-7)

2/7/83 2/11/84 1/5/93 2/15/93 12/30/93 11/26/94 2/12/98 2/16/99

NO. 2 (0-5)

2/6/89 2/19/93 12/7/99 12/15/00 12/29/01

NO. 3 (0-4)

2/19/85 1/28/87 1/11/89 1/20/89

NO. 4 (1-5)

1/3/83 1/27/88 2/21/91 12/3/96 12/31/95 12/3/96

NO. 5 (1-1)

2/9/87 1/11/90

NO. 6 (0-4)

1/28/83 12/8/84 12/7/91 1/22/92

NO. 7 (0-3)

2/2/85 1/14/86 12/12/87

OPPONENT

GAME LOCATION

NO. 8 (0-1)

11/29/06 RESULT

at LaTech LATECH at Vanderbilt at Tennessee TENNESSEE at Tennessee TENNESSEE atTennessee

Ruston, La. MEMPHIS Nashville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. MEMPHIS (Pyramid) Knoxville, Tenn. MEMPHIS Knoxville, Tenn.

L, 64-56 W, 72-69 L, 91-57 L, 91-46 L, 79-65 L, 95-66 L, 91-65 L, 113-39

at Tennessee TENNESSEE TENNESSEE at Tennessee TENNESSEE

Knoxville, Tenn. MEMPHIS MEMPHIS (Pyramid) Knoxville, Tenn. MEMPHIS (Pyramid)

L, 85-50 L, 118-59 L, 92-69 L, 98-60 L, 92-66

OLE MISS at Tennessee at Ole Miss LATECH

MEMPHIS Knoxville, Tenn. Oxford, Miss. MEMPHIS

L, 80-70 L, 91-81 L, 90-59 L, 105-58

KENTUCKY TENNESSEE at Tennessee at Tennessee TENNESSEE at Tennessee

MEMPHIS MEMPHIS Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. MEMPHIS Knoxville, Tenn.

W, 75-71 L, 97-73 L, 93-46 L, 79-63 L, 84-63 L, 79-63

OLE MISS TENNESSEE

MEMPHIS MEMPHIS

W, 77-76 L, 88-69

at Old Dominion LATECH VANDERBILT at Ole Miss

Norfolk,Va. MEMPHIS MEMPHIS Oxford, Miss.

L, 72-50 L, 86-54 L, 75-50 L, 87-76

NO. 9 (0-4)

12/10/85 1/22/86 2/17/88 3/19/95

at Georgia

Athens, Ga.

L, 95-46

at Ole Miss OLE MISS OLE MISS at Vanderbilt

Oxford, Miss. MEMPHIS MEMPHIS Nashville, Tenn.

L, 87-71 L, 74-73 L, 81-78 L, 95-68

Miami, Fla. Auburn, Ala. MEMPHIS

L, 81-69 L, 82-64 L, 78-64

Charlottesville, Va. Charlotte, N.C.

L, 76-75 L, 78-55

Oxford, Miss. MEMPHIS MEMPHIS

L, 69-65 L, 87-55 L, 95-59

NO. 10 (0-3)

12/28/84 3/16/85 1/9/02

Virginia at Auburn ARKANSAS

NO. 11 (0-2)

3/15/87 3/4/05

at Virginia DePaul

NO. 12 (0-3)

12/9/86 2/14/89 2/20/05

at Ole Miss OLE MISS DEPAUL *

NO. 13 (2-2)

2/21/87 12/1/98 2/15/04 12/2/05

VANDERBILT ARKANSAS at DePaul * at Arizona St.

S. CAROLINA at Iowa at S. Illinois at S. Carolina Notre Dame MISSISSIPPI ST. at Vanderbilt

NO. 15 (0-1)

1/31/91

OLE MISS

Oxford, Miss. Bowling Green, Ky. Oxford, Miss.

L, 63-47 L, 95-71 L, 94-59

MEMPHIS

W, 79-67 L, 77-56 L, 84-62 L, 97-72 L, 93-62 W, 88-82 L, 96-54 L, 93-77

NO. 16

No game vs. No. 16

NO. 17 (1-3)

at Ole Miss at W. Kentucky at Ole Miss

MEMPHIS Iowa City, Ia. Carbondale, Ill. Columbia, S.C. Austin, Texas MEMPHIS Nashville, Tenn.

2/4/89 1/11/93 2/22/95 2/19/90

S. CAROLINA at DePaul * OLE MISS at S. Mississippi

MEMPHIS Chicago, Ill. MEMPHIS Hattiesburg, Miss.

L, 81-53 L, 82-73 W, 79-67 L, 76-63

at W. Kentucky GEORGIA

NO. 19 (1-3)

11/30/96 11/26/90 12/4/02 1/11/03

FLORIDA Old Dominion MISSISSIPPI ST. TCU *

NO. 20 (1-2)

2/22/89 12/3/00 1/26/03

VANDERBILT Old Dominion DEPAUL *

NO. 21 (3-2)

11/27 1/22/90 2/14/90 3/17/95 1/11/02

MIAMI S. MISSISSIPPI OLE MISS Southern Cal TULANE *

NO. 22 (1-3)

1/8/97 3/1/90 11/30 1/8/97

LSU TENN. TECH FLORIDA LSU %

NO. 23 (1-0)

3/2/96

NO. 14 (2-5)

1/10/83 11/23/85 12/5/87 1/7/89 3/15/97 11/21/00 12/1/04

MEMPHIS (MidSouth) W, 93-74 MEMPHIS W, 70-58 Chicago, Ill. L, 87-78 Tempe, Ariz. L, 103-57

NO. 18 (0-2)

1/7/88 12/29/05

Southern Miss

NO. 24 (2-1)

1/5/92 1/19/97 2/6/97

ARKANSAS at Arkansas TULANE

NO. 25 (1-6)

2/12/87 12/19/88 1/24/90 2/6/93 12/7/93 1/26/97 12/18/06

W. KENTUCKY at Washington at Vanderbilt DEPAUL at Ole Miss DEPAUL ARKANSAS %

Bowling Green, Ky. MEMPHIS (FEF)

L, 81-72 L, 97-44

Memphis Aruba MEMPHIS MEMPHIS

W, 81-74 L, 100-68 L, 79-63 L, 78-75

MEMPHIS Atlanta, Ga. MEMPHIS

L, 89-82 L, 99-60 W, 64-58

MEMPHIS MEMPHIS MEMPHIS Nashville, Tenn. MEMPHIS

W, 91-74 L, 101-61 W, 55-51 W, 74-72 L, 77-59

MEMPHIS (ERFH) MEMPHIS MEMPHIS MEMPHIS

L, 84-66 L, 95-71 W, 81-74 L, 84-66

Birmingham, Ala.

W, 87-73

MEMPHIS W, 58-50 Fayetteville, Ark. L, 93-84 MEMPHIS (Pyramid) W, 90-77 MEMPHIS Seattle, Wa. Nashville, Tenn. MEMPHIS Oxford, Miss. MEMPHIS MEMPHIS

L, 83-75 L, 78-48 L, 99-66 L, 62-52 L, 78-64 W, 87-53 L, 70-54

% Indicates ranking from poll other than USA Today Coaches’ Poll * Indicates game was part of regular season conference play

MEMPHIS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS Memphis has appeared in the AP Poll a total of 44 times since 1977 with its highest-ever ranking of No. 10 for two weeks in 1981-1982. Memphis last appeared in the AP National rankings in 1998-99, appearing in the poll for four straight weeks from Dec. 14th, 1998 to Jan. 4, 1999. Memphis broke in the poll at No. 24 on Dec. 14th.

Mar. 5, 1978 -- No. 14 1977-78 Final -- No. 19 Jan. 16, 1979 -- No. 20 Jan. 30, 1979 -- No. 19 Feb. 6, 1979 -- No. 20 Feb. 13, 1979 -- No. 18 Feb. 20, 1979 -- No. 17 Feb. 27, 1979 -- No. 15 Mar. 6, 1979 -- No. 18 Mar. 13, 1979 -- No. 20

1990’S (4 APPEARANCES -HIGHEST OF NO. 23) * 1990 was the first year the AP poll went top 25, top 20 was all that was ranked prior to 1990-91 season. Dec. 14, 1998 -- No. 24 Dec. 21, 1998 -- No. 24 Dec. 28, 1998 -- No. 23 Jan. 4, 1999 -- - No. 24

ALL-TIME ASSOCIATED PRESS RANKINGS

1980’S (15 APPEARANCES -HIGHEST OF NO. 10) Jan. 10, 1982 -- No. 19 Jan. 17, 1982 -- No. 17 Jan. 24, 1982 -- No. 14 Jan. 31, 1982 -- No. 10 Feb. 7, 1982 -- No. 10 Feb. 14, 1982 -- No. 16 Feb. 21, 1982 -- No. 16 Feb. 28, 1982 -- No. 15 Mar. 7, 1982 -- No. 15 Mar. 14, 1982 -- No. 15 1981-82 Final -- No. 17 Dec. 24, 1984 -- No. 19 Jan. 20, 1985 -- No. 20 Jan. 27, 1985 -- No. 20 Feb. 3, 1985 -- No. 18

USA TODAY ESPN WOMEN’S COACHES POLL Memphis has made 12 appearances in the Coaches’ Poll (now called the USA Today ESPN Women’s Coaches Poll). The last appearance came in the 1995-96 season.

1970’S (25 APPEARANCES -HIGHEST RANKING NO. 13) Jan. 12, 1977 -- No. 18 Jan. 19, 1977 -- No. 17 Jan. 26, 1977 -- No. 15 Feb. 2, 1977 -- No. 18 Mar. 9, 1977 -- No. 16 Nov. 25, 1977 -- No. 19 Dec. 21, 1977 -- No. 19 Jan. 11, 1978 -- No. 19 Jan. 18, 1978 -- No. 19 Jan. 25, 1978 -- No. 19 Feb. 1, 1978 -- No. 18 Feb. 8, 1978 -- No. 16 Feb. 15, 1978 -- No. 15 Feb. 22, 1978 -- No. 13 Mar. 1, 1978 -- No. 13

Jan. 23, 1985 -- No. 23 Jan. 29, 1985 -- No. 19 Feb. 5, 1985 -- No. 18 Feb.12, 1985 -- No. 22 Feb. 19, 1985 -- No. 22 Feb. 26, 1985 -- No. 21 Mar. 5, 1985 -- No. 22 Mar. 12, 1985 -- No. 22 Mar. 19, 1985 -- No. 22 Dec. 21, 1995 -- No. 25 Dec. 28, 1995 -- No. 23 Jan. 4, 1996 -- No. 23

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HEAD COACH MELISSA MCFERRIN

M e l i s s a M c F e rr i n Head Coach • Fifth Season 78-53/ 4 y r s • 128-1 23/ 8 y r s M i s s o u r i , 1 983 After not making back-to-back post-season appearances since the 1999-2000 and 2000-2001 seasons, the University of Memphis women’s basketball program needed a change in direction and got it with the hiring of Melissa McFerrin, who has taken her Tigers teams to three straight post-seasons heading in to her fifth season at Memphis. After an appearance in the WBI championship game in 2010, McFerrin has guided the Tigers to back-to-back WNIT postseason bids (2011, 2012) and in 2012, guided the Tigers to a second-place finish in Conference USA and a secondstraight appearance in the C-USA tournament semifinals. En route a third straight postseason, the Tigers had four players from the 2012 squad earn Conference USA honors, including C-USA Player of the Year Jasmine Lee, three-time all-C-USA honoree Brittany Carter, CUSA Defensive Player of the Year Ramses Lonlack and second team all-conference honoree Nicole Dickson. For her work guiding the Tigers back to the upper echelon in Conference USA, McFerrin was awarded a contract extension that will keep her at the helm of the program through 2016-2017. A new challenge awaits McFerrin and her Tigers team beginning with the 2013-2014 season, as the university becomes a member of the BIG EAST Conference, joining one of the elite college women’s basketball conferences in the country. Memphis will play in Conference USA for the upcoming 2012-13 season, and on July 1, 2013, will join Cincinnati, Connecticut, DePaul, Georgetown, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, Seton Hall, SMU, Temple, UCF, USF, and Villanova in the BIG EAST Conference. McFerrin was hired at Memphis on April 19, 2008, and immediately began overhauling a program that was 10-20 in 2008 to a team that was 25-8 and advanced to the 2012 Conference USA semifinals just four seasons later. Included in that overhaul has been the Tiges’ locker room, which underwent a $1.3 million renovation that delivered two new locker rooms, a new officials’ locker area, a new team video room, a renovated player lounge and a coaches’ locker room and meeting area. The second phase of the renovation began in the fall of 2012, and includes a brand new weight room and athletic training facility, complete with therapy pools. Also new thanks to McFerrin’s fundraising prowess are two new endzone scoreboards in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse, including a video scoreboard on the North end of the building. On the court, McFerrin has upgraded the talent and the schedule, adding Big 10 and Big 12 opponents 26

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to the Memphis schedule and inking three nationallyranked recruiting classes. She has also added additional home games at FedExForum, the NBA home of the Memphis Grizzlies, making Memphis one of the few women’s programs in the country to play multiple home games in an NBA venue. In the summer of 2011, Memphis also took its game out to an international scale, playing four games over a 10-day stretch during a tour of Italy. Off the court, the Tigers continue to help their student-athletes grow, actively participating with Girls, Incorporated of Memphis and on various community service projects, including the construction of an allabilities playground, participating in breast cancer awareness and arthritis awareness walks, distributing shoes to children in need, making visits to Memphisarea children’s hospitals and talking to various schools and youth groups about the challenges of making healthy choices. Working in conjunction with the Center for Athletic Academic Services, McFerrin has already watched as 11 Tigers have crossed the stage in her first four years with a college diploma in hand (LaToya Bullard, Brittany Carter, Danay Collier, Savannah Ellis, Tehani Goldsmith, Jessica Jackson, Jasmine Lee, Paris Leonard, Starkitsha Luellen-Higgins, Ashley Thornton, and Alex Winchell). Prior to her hire at Memphis in 2008, McFerrin was named the 2008 Patriot League Coach of the Year in her fourth season at American University in Washington D.C. Her 2007 American team advanced to the Patriot League championship game and her 2008 squad won the school’s first-ever Patriot League regular season championship, finishing with an 18-14 overall record. That team won 11 of 12 games down the stretch, advancing to the post season for the first time since 1997-98 with a WNIT bid. In four seasons at American, McFerrin compiled a 50-70 record and guided five different players to all-conference honors, while two other players earned all-freshman honors. “I am extremely excited and honored to be a Tiger,” McFerrin said. “I know that the University of

Memphis is about winning and that is exactly the type of place that I want to be.” Prior to her stint with American, McFerrin was an associate head coach at the University of Minnesota from 2002-2004. She helped Minnesota to a 50-15 record, including an NCAA Final Four appearance in 2004 and a Sweet Sixteen berth in 2003. She signed two recruiting classes ranked in the top 20 at Minnesota, and helped guide two Kodak All-Americans, including WNBA players Lindsey Whalen and Janel McCarville. McFerrin’s time at Minnesota came after a fiveyear association with the WNBA. She began her affiliation with the WNBA as an assistant coach with the New York Liberty from 1997-1999, assisting with coaching duties for the 1997 WNBA Championship runner-up Liberty squad. She moved to the Washington Mystics as an assistant coach in 1999-2000, taking over as the Mystics’ General Manager in 2000. As the GM, she guided a team that made its first-ever WNBA play-off appearance in 2000, and handled all player trades and draft decisions before joining the coaching staff at Minnesota. Her WNBA stint followed a 14-year coaching career that made three different stops. McFerrin began her coaching career as a graduate assistant at Wayland Baptist University in Texas from 1983-84. She was then hired as an assistant coach at Central Michigan University, where she helped the Chippewas to a 95-77 record in her six seasons, including a 1985 Mid-American Conference championship. She left Central Michigan in 1990 to become an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at The Ohio State University. At Ohio State, she helped the Buckeyes to a 118-90 record and a 1993 Big Ten championship and an NCAA National Championship runner-up. That 1993 squad benefited from a 1992 McFerrin recruiting class that was ranked No. 1 in the nation and featured WNBA player and three-time Olympian Katie Smith, one of seven Buckeye recruiting classes to be nationally-ranked under McFerrin’s watch at OSU. In 1996, McFerrin helped guide the Buckeyes to the NCAA

YEAR BY YEAR WITH MCFERRIN 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-91 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84

Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Associate Head Coach Associate Head Coach General Manager General Manager Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Asst. Coach

University of Memphis University of Memphis University of Memphis University of Memphis American University American University American University American University University of Minnesota University of Minnesota WNBA, Washington Mystics WNBA, Washington Mystics WNBA, Washington Mystics WNBA, New York Liberty WNBA, New York Liberty The Ohio State University The Ohio State University The Ohio State University The Ohio State University The Ohio State University The Ohio State University The Ohio State University Central Michigan University Central Michigan University Central Michigan University Central Michigan University Central Michigan University Central Michigan University Wayland Baptist University

Head Coaching Record 128-123 (Eight Years)

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25-8 21-13 20-14 12-18 18-14 13-19 7-21 12-16 25-9 25-6 10-22 14-18 12-20 18-12 17-11 12-16 21-13 17-13 14-14 28-4 15-13 11-17 14-14 12-17 16-13 17-11 18-11 19-10 20-12

WNIT Second Round, C-USA Semifinals WNIT First Round; C-USA Semifinals WBI Finals First .500 non-conference record since 2004-05 WNIT, school’s first post season since 1997-98 & first Patriot League regular season title Patriot League Championship Appearance Final Four Sweet Sixteen Organization’s first WNBA playoffs WNBA Finalists NCAA Second Round NCAA National Runner-Up; Big 10 Champs No. 1 ranked recruiting class

Mid-American Champions


COACHING STAFF Second Round before leaving the following season for the WNBA. A native of Cassville, Mo., McFerrin was a fouryear letterwinner and starting point guard for the University of Missouri Tigers from 1979 to 1983. She helped Missouri to a 1983 Big Eight tournament championship and NCAA tournament berth and a 1982 NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance, earning Big Eight honorable mention honors and Scholar-Athlete awards along the way. She graduated cum laude with a degree in secondary education from Missouri in 1983, and received her master’s degree in physical education from Central Michigan in 1988.

Keila Whittington Associate Head Coach First Season D i l l a r d , 1 989 Keila Whittington joined the University of Memphis staff in June of 2012. With the Tigers, she will assist in scouting opponents, recruiting and serving as the Tigers’ post coach. “We’re excited to add someone with coach Whittington’s experience to our staff,” McFerrin said. “She brings very high level recruiting and coaching experience, including Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight experience. She also brings our staff some extensive contacts on the East Coast and in the upper Midwest, both important recruiting areas for us.” Whittington has spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Oregon, where she has coached the post players and served as the Ducks’ recruiting coordinator, helping Oregon land nationally-ranked recruiting classes, including a top50 ranked class by ESPN Hoopgurlz in 2011. As a post coach, Whittington has coached three student-athletes to Pac-10 all-conference honors. “With the addition of coach Whittington, we add someone who can not only develop post players, but we also add someone who has dedicated her life to coaching the game of women’s basketball,” McFerrin said. Prior to joining the Ducks in April of 2009, Whittington served as an assistant coach at Marist (2007-09), where she helped guide the Red Foxes to back-to-back NCAA tournaments. In her time at Marist, the Red Foxes posted a mark of 61-7 over two seasons, winning two Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) regular season and tournament championships. Posting an undefeated MAAC regular season mark of 18-0 in 2008, Marist made a splash on the national scene, eventually finishing the season with a mark of 32-3 and finishing the season ranked No. 23 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll. Similar to her experience with the Ducks, Whittington assisted in recruiting, helping

land a top-50 ranked class in 2008, the program’s first-ever nationally-ranked recruiting class. Whittington spent the six seasons prior to her time at Marist as an assistant coach at Penn State University (2001-07). At Penn State, she was in charge of recruiting, signing the 22nd ranked recruiting class in 2007 and the No. 34 ranked player in the nation. During her stint with Penn State, the Nittany Lions made four consecutive trips to the NCAA, won two Big Ten Conference championships (2003 & 2004), and made two Sweet Sixteen (2002 & 2003) and one Elite Eight (2004) appearances. No stranger to the South, Whittington also spent the 2000-2001 season as an assistant coach at South Alabama, serving as the Jaguars’ recruiting coordinator. That year, the team won its first-ever Sun Belt Conference Tournament game and tied its highest win total in 10 years. Similar to McFerrin, Whittington has multiple stops in the Big 10 on her resume. From 1995-2000, she served as an assistant coach at Indiana, again serving as a recruiting coordinator. With the Hoosiers, she also served as an assistant coach on the Big Ten All-Star Tour in 1997, traveling to Austria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Whittington got her first full time coaching job at Rhode Island (1993-95). She worked her way up to the top assistant spot there and also served as the recruiting coordinator during the 1995 season. Her first collegiate coaching job was as a graduate assistant at Delaware, where she coached from 1991-1993. That collegiate job followed a stint as the assistant varsity girls’ coach at McDonogh #35 High School in New Orleans. A Louisiana native, Whittington is a 1989 graduate of Dillard University in New Orleans, where she earned a degree in Health & Physical Education. She then went on to receive her M.A. in Physical Education from Delaware in 1993. Whittington also brings a wealth of community involvement with her to the Tigers. She organized a supply relief drive consisting of non-perishable food items, water and toys that was sent to St. Bernard Parish in Chalmette, La., following Hurricane Katrina.

Erin Grant Assistant Coach First Season W e s t T e x a s A &M , 1 997 Erin Grant, a four-year letterwinner at Texas Tech from 2002-06, joined the University of Memphis women’s basketball coaching staff in May of 2012. The former point guard still holds the Texas Tech and Big 12 Conference career assists record (844) and will oversee the development of the Tigers’ perimeter players.

“Erin brings a wealth of knowledge and very high-level experiences to the University of Memphis,” head coach Melissa McFerrin said. “As an elite level point guard at Texas Tech and in the WNBA, she understands the game from the players’ perspective. She played for an outstanding high school coach and for a Hall of Fame coach in Marsha Sharp at Texas Tech. She acquired her knowledge of the game from some of the game’s very best. “She has high-level recruiting and coaching experience from her time in Texas and New Mexico and is a dynamic, charismatic and confident personality. She really is the complete package and will be a great addition to our staff.” Grant spent last season as an assistant coach at New Mexico, where she helped the Lobos make a run to the Mountain West Conference (MWC) Tournament championship game. As a guards coach at New Mexico, Grant helped junior Caroline Durbin to her first career All-MWC first team honor after the guard led the league in three-point field goal percentage. “I am thrilled to be joining Coach Melissa McFerrin and the Memphis Tiger family,” Grant said. “It is a tremendous opportunity to work with this progressive staff and team. I look forward to continued success for our Memphis basketball program.” Prior to her one-year stint with New Mexico, Grant was an assistant coach for four seasons at TexasArlington, where she helped the Mavericks to the program’s second WNIT appearance in 2009 while working primarily with the guards and assisting in recruiting and film breakdown. That 2008-09 UT-Arlington team defeated Memphis in the Fun in the Sun Shootout in the Bahamas, and eventually finished the year with a 22-11 overall mark. Before joining the coaching ranks, Grant was a standout point guard at Texas Tech. She played for legendary coach Marsha Sharp, helping the Red Raiders compile a mark of 93-36 in her four seasons. She was a three-time All-Big 12 Conference honoree, including first team accolades in 2005 and 2006. Grant was also a three-time Big 12 All-Academic first team selection and was the Big 12 co-Freshman of the Year in 2003 when her 228 assists led the league and became the freshman single-season assists record. Three of her seasons at Texas Tech remain in the Big 12 record book. Her 228 assists in her freshman season rank third in the Big 12 single-season record book and her 3.30 assist-to-turnover ratio from her junior season is still a Big 12 single-season mark. As a freshman, she helped Texas Tech to the NCAA Elite Eight and played in the 2003 World University Games for Team USA. She also represented Team USA in the 2005 World University Games, winning a gold medal. As a senior in 2006, Grant was a Kodak/WBCA All-America finalist and an Associated Press (AP) AllAmerica honorable mention selection. She played in the WBCA All-Star Challenge following her senior campaign and was the 39th overall pick in 2006 WNBA Draft by the Seattle Storm. She also played overseas, helping the Stockholm 08 team to the Swedish Championship and earning the championship’s MVP award. Grant completed the 2006 season with the WNBA Houston Comets before beginning her coaching career with UT-Arlington in the 2007-08 season. A native of Arlington, Texas, Grant graduated from Mansfield High School, where she played her prep basketball under head coach Samantha Morrow from 1998-2002. When Morrow was hired as the UTArlington head coach in the spring of 2007, she added Grant to her staff following the conclusion of Grant’s WNBA career later that same year.

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COACHING/SUPPORT STAFF At Mansfield, Grant led the Tigers to an unprecedented four consecutive state championships, and when she graduated, she was the only girls basketball player in Texas high school basketball history to win four-straight class 5A state championships. A McDonald’s All-American, she posted 1,055 career assists in her prep career.

Michael Wholey

overseeing the development of all perimeter players. During the 2007-08 season, the Eagles won a schoolrecord 12 straight games (including an undefeated road record in conference), captured the school’s first-ever Patriot League conference title, and appeared in the post season for only the third time in school history. Prior to American, Wholey held positions in both the WNBA and at the junior college level. For two seasons, he served as Video & Travel Coordinator of the San Antonio Silver Stars in the WNBA. While in Texas, Wholey also had a stint as an assistant coach with the nationally-ranked Odessa Junior College Wranglers in Texas. Wholey earned his bachelor’s degree in Visual and Media Arts from Emerson College in 2004 and was also member of the men’s basketball team. After graduating, Wholey got his start as the Video Coordinator for the Boston University men’s basketball team. The Marshfield, Mass., native is the son of Paul and Nancy Wholey. Wholey played for his father at Marshfield High School. Both of Wholey’s siblings played college basketball. His brother Bryan graduated from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine in May 2008 and his sister Katie graduated from Tufts University in Somerville, Massachusetts in 2010.

of the National Women’s Basketball League (NWBL). There, she assisted in all phases of coaching and training, as well as assisting in team travel, scheduling and community outreach programs. She also served as an AAU coach for the Kansas City Chicks and as a USSSA coach for the Kansas City Blue during those two seasons. Smith then joined the staff at Kansas State as the director of basketball operations. She spent one season at K-State before serving as a business instructor and assistant women’s basketball coach at Moberly Area Community College. She left Moberly to join the threetime WNBA champion Detroit Shock in March of 2007. Smith, a native of Sedalia, Mo., received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business education from CMSU, earning honorable mention all-conference honors three times after transferring to the school after a freshman campaign at Southwest Missouri State. At CMSU, Smith averaged 10.9 points and 6.6 rebounds in her senior campaign.

Assistant Coach Fifth Season E m e r s o n C o l l e g e , 2004 Michael Wholey joined the University of Memphis women’s basketball staff in May of 2008 as the first hire at Memphis for head coach Melissa McFerrin. He was also an assistant on McFerrin’s staff at American for the 2007-08 season. He has played a significant role in landing three straight top 50 nationally-ranked recruiting classes at the University of Memphis (most recently the 2012 was ranked number 39 in the country by ESPN Hoopgurlz ) and has helped place the cornerstone for a program that has posted three straight seasons with 20 or more wins and has appeared in three straight post-season tournaments for the first time in program history since 1999-2001. Wholey’s duties at Memphis include serving as the program’s recruiting coordinator and assisting with perimeter player development, including threetime All-Conference USA honoree Brittany Carter and Ramses Lonlack, a three-time C-USA All-Defensive Team honoree and the 2012 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year. Wholey also serves as a director of the Melissa McFerrin Hoops School Team Camp, assists with the teams video operations, and handles a share of the team scouting duties. “Michael brings a great deal of energy and passion to the University of Memphis,” McFerrin said. “We see the results in our recruiting, on-floor coaching and video operations. He is a very high level contributor and has great pride in representing the University of Memphis.” “In our first four seasons at the University of Memphis, tremendous strides have been made to restore this storied program to an elite level nationally,” Wholey said. “Having won 20 games or more in the past three consecutive seasons and signing three consecutive top 50 nationally-ranked recruiting classes that were all number one in Conference USA, it is an exciting time at the University of Memphis. We have seen interest in this program grow both locally and nationally right before our eyes. I look forward to our final season in Conference USA and then moving on to the Big East where new challenges face us!” At American University, Wholey held similar duties during his one season in Washington, DC, including 28

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Donease Smith Director

Basketball Operations Fourth Season C e n t r a l M i s s o u r i S t a t e , 1 998 of

Donease Smith joined the Memphis women’s basketball staff as the Director of Basketball Operations in June of 2009. The former director of basketball of operations for the WNBA Detroit Shock, Smith takes care of both internal and external needs of the entire women’s basketball team, including team travel, practice set up and inventory control. “We’re very fortunate to have someone like Donease in our program at the University of Memphis. Her national level collegiate experiences along with her WNBA experiences make her a good fit for our program,” Melissa McFerrin said. Smith spent the past two seasons with the Detroit Shock in the WNBA, serving as the basketball operations manager and as the mana g e r o f t h e Ye a r Ro u n d H o o p s p ro g ra m . Prior to her WNBA stint, Smith had developed a long history of coaching and teaching basketball. Following her playing career (1995-1998) at Central Missouri State (now called the University of Central Missouri), Smith taught introductory business classes and served as an assistant girls’ basketball coach for four years in Kansas City, Mo. She then spent the 2000-2001 and the 2001-2002 seasons as an assistant coach for the Kansas City Legacy

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Mike Jenkins joined the Tiger Strength & Conditioning staff in July of 2008. He is responsible for the strength and conditioning training of the volleyball, women’s basketball, softball, tennis, golf and women’s soccer programs. Jenkins is no stranger to Memphis, having spent the past three seasons as an athletic trainer/ strength coach at D1SportsTraining in Cordova. There, he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the facility and for facilitating the D1 training programs and techniques, managing facility personnel and directing special events and marketing. A 1990 graduate of Texas A&M, Jenkins worked as a graduate assistant and then a restricted earning assistant in the Aggies strength and conditioning department from 1990-1994. He then served as the head strength coach at Weber State University from 1994-1998, where he implemented the speed and strength programs for WSU’s 13 sports programs. Jenkins left Weber State in 1998, joining the strength and conditioning staff at Marshall from 1998-2005. With the Thundering Herd, Jenkins served as the head strength and conditioning coach, working with volleyball, track and field and baseball. He is certified with the CSCC, and has level one certification with the United States Weight Lifting Foundation. A native of Bryan, Texas, Jenkins received his bachelor’s degree in secondary education in 1990 from Texas A&M and earned his master’s degree in kinesiology in 1992, also from Texas A&M. He has two children, Jordyn and Brandon.


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Kim Duskin

L a rr i c k J o h n s o n

R i c k y G r i ff i n

Certified Athletic Trainer First Year T u l s a , 2002

O ff i c e A s s i s t a n t Sixth Year

Student Manager First Year

M e g a n P f e i ff e r

Jonease Jeans

Athletic Academic Counselor First Year

Student Manager Second Year

Megan MacLeod

Janeta Reeves

Assistant Director of Marketing Third Year

Student Manager Second Year

Kim Duskin joined the University of Memphis Athletic Training staff in September of 2012. She spent seven seasons at Azusa Pacific as the athletic trainer for the men’s and women’s basketball programs as well as the men’s and women’s cross country squads. She also oversaw the treatment and rehab plans for baseball and women’s volleyball student-athletes. In Azusa Pacific’s highly-regarded athletic training program, she mentored several students in the training program and was in charge of the department’s sports pharmacology inventory. She also taught in the program’s athletic training education program. A member of the NAIA Athletic Trainers Committee, she served as a secretary. Duskin spent one year at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., where she worked with a variety of elite athletes, including those in track and field and softball. An Oklahoma native, Duskin graduated from the University of Tulsa in 2002 with a degree in athletic training. She then received her master’s degree from San Jose State, while also serving as the head athletic trainer for a local high school.

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2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

34-1 33-32 67-33

418/12.3 997/30.2 1415/21.1

B I LQI S AB D U L- QAAD I R ’ S CAR EER ST AT S TOTAL FIELD 3 PT FIELD FREE REBOUNDS GOALS GOALS THROWS TOT/ FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF AVG 40-121 .331 3-16 .188 48-61 .787 9 35 44/1.3 95-244 .389 12-37 .324 56-77 .727 22 85 107/3.2 135-365 .370 15-53 .283 104-138 .754 31 120 151/2.3

Islamic Society of North America convention as part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Get Moving” campaign in the summer of 2011.

2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

#1 0 B i l q i s A b d u l -Q a a d i r R-J u n i o r • G u a r d Springfield, Mass. New Leadership Charter C-USA Academic Honor Roll (2010, 2011, 2012); C-USA Academic Medalist (2010), Dean’s List (2010, Fall 2011), Tiger 3.0 Club (2009, 2010, 2011); USBWA Most Courageous (2011)

2011-12 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE)

Played in all 33 games with 32 starts (her one missed start was to step aside for one of the five Tiger seniors on senior day)...Became the third Tiger point guard in as many seasons to have more than 100 assists in a single season, finishing with 112...Upped her scoring average from 3.9 ppg as a freshman to 7.8 ppg in her sophomore campaign...Added 3.2 rebounds per game, 78 steals and four blocks while shooting 38.9 percent from the field and 32.4 percent from three-point range...Also shot 72.7 percent from the free-throw line...Set a school record by making 26 consecutive free throws during the season...Scored a career-high 16 points in the C-USA tournament win over SMU, shooting 6-for-9 from the field and adding a career high-tying best six rebounds...Handed out her first double-digit assist effort in a win at Southern Miss, finishing with 10 assists against just one turnover...Finished with a 1.56 assist-to-turnover ratio as the Tigers’ primary ball-handler...Scored double digit points nine times, including four times in the last nine games of the season...Had five steals in a loss to Southern Miss...Hit game-winning three-point field goal with five seconds left on the clock in season-opening 63-60 win over Saint Louis on her 21st birthday...Named to the Tiger 3.0 Club and the Dean’s List following the fall semester.

2010-11 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)

Played in all 34 games as a freshman, with one start at Southern Miss...Had her best scoring night of the year in the road win at Indiana, finishing with 15 points and four steals while shooting 6-for-9 from the field in Memphis’ first win over a Big 10 school since Nov. 30, 2002...She tied her career high of four steals in a win at Marshall (1/27/11)...Scored double-digit points three times, including the career-high 15 at Indiana... Also scored 12 in the win at Tulsa and 11 in a loss to UAB...Led the team in free-throw percentage, shooting 78.7 percent (48-for-61)...Also had a career-high four rebounds in the win at Tulsa...Averaged 3.9 points and 1.3 rebounds per game in 12.3 minutes a night...Also added 40 assists on the season and 28 steals...Named to the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll both semesters...Honored by the United States Basketball Writers Association as the female recipient of the “Most Courageous” Award at the 2011 NCAA Final Four...Was asked by the White House to speak to the 30

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Also named a C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medalist following the spring semester.

PREP (AT NEW LEADERSHIP CHARTER SCHOOL)

Was a 2009 graduate of New Leadership Charter School in Springfield, Mass...Named the 2009 Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year and the Western Massachusetts Player of the Year by MassLive.com

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OPPONENT MISSOURI GRAMBLING ST. at Indiana at Ohio vs. Fordham at Kansas vs. North Dakota St. CHICAGO STATE UALR at Saint Louis NC A&T FIU MCNEESE STATE JACKSON STATE MARSHALL at East Carolina UTEP at UAB UCF at Houston at Marshall SOUTHERN MISS ECU at Tulsa RICE at USM * at Tulane SMU UAB at UCF vs. USM vs. Rice vs. UCF ALABAMA TOTALS

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 9 0-3 0-0 0-0 18 3-8 1-2 0-2 24 6-9 0-1 3-4 12 1-4 0-0 0-0 14 1-2 0-0 4-4 13 1-4 0-0 0-0 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 9 1-3 0-0 0-0 18 0-3 0-0 0-0 14 1-4 0-1 2-4 6 1-2 0-1 0-0 14 1-2 0-0 7-8 19 3-7 0-0 3-4 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 8 0-1 0-0 3-4 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 15 1-1 0-0 1-2 15 1-5 1-1 1-2 12 1-47 0-0 0-0 14 1-2 0-0 2-2 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 5 0-0 0-0 4-4 18 3-9 0-0 6-8 9 2-2 0-0 2-2 19 0-4 0-1 2-2 5 0-2 0-1 0-0 10 2-4 0-1 2-2 22 5-11 0-1 1-1 21 2-9 1-2 0-0 11 0-5 0-2 4-4 15 1-2 0-0 1-2 17 1-5 0-1 0-0 8 1-3 0-1 0-0 418 40-121 3-16 48-61

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 2 1 2 3 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 3 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 9 35 44

PF 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 3 0 3 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 35

FO 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 3 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 4 1 2 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 40

TO 0 3 3 5 2 0 0 3 0 2 1 1 2 4 1 1 0 2 3 1 0 1 3 3 2 7 1 2 0 4 1 0 2 1 61

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2

STL 0 3 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 28

PTS 0 7 15 2 6 2 0 0 2 0 4 2 9 9 0 3 0 3 4 2 4 0 4 12 6 2 0 6 11 5 4 3 2 2 131

TO 2 3 2 2 0 3 2 0 2 3 2 3 1 1 2 4 1 2 3 0 5 2 1 2 5 4 2 4 3 2 2 1 1 72

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

STL 2 4 2 6 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 0 1 4 0 3 3 1 2 3 5 2 2 1 3 4 2 1 1 3 4 0 3 78

PTS 3 6 2 6 5 9 5 9 13 6 9 6 9 7 10 2 4 2 8 12 11 13 8 6 14 10 9 6 7 16 5 15 5 258

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TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS OPPONENT MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA SAINT LOUIS * 22 1-3 1-1 0-0 BELMONT * 31 2-7 0-1 2-3 at Illinois * 21 1-5 0-2 0-0 UAPB * 30 3-9 0-1 0-0 SE LOUISIANA * 26 1-6 1-1 2-2 UT ARLINGTON * 32 3-9 0-0 3-3 TENNESSEE STATE * 22 2-7 00 1-1 UT MARTIN * 31 2-6 0-1 5-5 at UALR * 37 4-9 0-0 5-5 vs. LOUISINA TECH * 28 2-6 0-2 2-2 at St. John’s * 37 2-8 1-1 4-4 at Missouri * 30 3-7 0-1 0-0 SETON HALL * 30 3-5 1-2 2-2 TULANE * 31 3-8 0-2 1-1 at UTEP * 33 4-8 1-1 1-1 EAST CAROLINA * 29 1-8 0-1 0-2 at Southern Miss * 25 1-4 0-0 2-3 at UAB * 24 1-2 0-0 0-0 MARSHALL * 37 1-8 0-0 6-8 at East Carolina * 27 6-8 0-1 0-0 SOUTHERN MISS * 36 5-12 1-3 0-2 UCF * 35 6-15 0-1 1-3 at SMU * 32 4-10 0-1 0-0 HOUSTON * 19 3-7 0-0 0-0 at Marshall * 36 5-10 1-2 3-4 at UCF * 30 3-8 1-2 3-4 UAB * 34 4-8 0-1 1-1 TULSA 33 3-4 0-0 0-0 at Rice * 35 2-4 0-0 3-6 SMU * 33 6-9 1-2 3-6 TULANE * 30 1-10 1-3 2-3 CHATTANOOGA * 35 5-7 2-3 3-4 at Missouri State * 26 2-7 0-1 1-2 TOTALS 997 95-244 12-37 56-77

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REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 0 1 1 1 5 6 0 0 0 4 2 6 1 0 1 1 3 4 1 0 1 0 3 3 2 3 5 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 6 6 0 4 4 0 3 3 0 1 1 1 2 3 1 0 1 1 2 3 1 3 4 1 3 4 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 4 4 1 2 3 1 4 5 0 5 5 0 3 3 1 1 2 0 5 5 2 4 6 0 5 5 0 4 4 0 1 1 22 85 107

PF 3 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 0 2 1 2 1 3 0 3 2 3 3 2 3 1 0 3 1 56

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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MIN/AVG

2009-10* 12-0 28/2.3 2010-11* 13-0 85/6.5 2011-12* 13-2 78/6.0 TOTAL 38-2 191/5.0 * at Middle Tennessee

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following her senior season...Was also named to the Boston Globe All-Dream Team as one on the top five players in the state...Broke the Massachusetts scoring record (boys and girls) by scoring 3,070 career points since starting varsity basketball as a eighth grader... Broke Rebecca Lobo’s state scoring record in January of her senior season...Was a starter all five seasons at New Leadership, and averaged 42.0 points a game in her final prep campaign...Was named to the ESPN High School National Honor Roll as one of 50 players who had special individual performances or careers that contributed to team success...Participated in the Michael T. White All-America Game in Atlanta...Was a first team All-Scholastic honoree as well at New Leadership and graduated first in her class...Was coached in high school by John Williams and played AAU ball with the Springfield Sparks under coaches Tony Motley and Anthony Willis...Competes with her arms, legs and head covered in accordance with her Islamic faith at Memphis...Has already appeared in Sports Illustrated, SLAM Magazine and on ESPN coming in to her freshman campaign...Choose Memphis over Boston College and Louisville.

PERSONAL

Birthday is November 11...Born in Springfield, Mass., also the birthplace of basketball...Daughter of Tariq and Alooah Abdul-Qaadir...Her brother, Yusuf Abdul-Ali also played college basketball at Bentley College, helping his team to the NCAA Division II Final Four two different times...Majoring in exercise and sport science... Considering becoming a physical therapist. ABDUL-QAADIR’S CAREER HIGHS Points 16 vs. SMU (3/8/12) Field Goals Made 6 4 times, last vs. SMU (3/8/12) Field Goals Attempted 15 vs. UCF (2/4/12) Three-Point Field Goals Made 2 vs. Chattanooga (3/15/12) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 3 3 times, last vs. Chattanooga (3/15/12) Free-Throws Made 7 vs. McNeese State (12/29/10) Free-Throws Attempted 8 2 times, last vs. Marshall (1/26/12) Offensive Rebounds 4 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Defensive Rebounds 6 at Missouri (12/22/11) Total Rebounds 6 4 times, last vs. SMU (3/8/12) Assists 10 at Southern Miss (1/19/12) Blocks 1 6 times, last vs. UAB (2/23/12) Steals 6 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Minutes Played 37 3 times, last vs. Marshall (1/26/12)

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where they lost by one point...Played AAU ball with the Memphis Flight (coached by Greg James) and the Tennessee Flight Silver...Her Tennessee Flight Silver squad won the 2008 Nike National Championship title.

PERSONAL

Birthday is January 28th...Daughter of Pearl Washington and Dr. Karanja Ajanaku...Has a twin brother Karanja Jr....Majoring in psychology...Nickname is Mimi.

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Senior • Guard Memphis, Tenn. C e n t r a l HS / M i d d l e T e n n e s s e e

S e n i o r • F o rw a r d Greeneville Tenn. G r e e n e v i l l e HS

2009-2012 (AT MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE)

Appeared in 38 games with two starts in three seasons at Middle Tennessee...Helped the Blue Raiders to three straight NCAA tournaments...Averaged 0.9 points and 0.6 rebounds over her three-year career at Middle Tennessee.

PREP

Was the No. 20 rated wing prospect in the nation according to ESPN.com coming out of Central High School, where she was coached by former Tiger Niki Bray...Picked the 2009 Memphis Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps Class 3A team...Guided her high school squad to the state championship game in 2009,

C-USA Second Team All-Conference (2012); C-USA All-Freshman Team; C-USA Freshman of the Week (11/23/09); C-USA Academic Honor Roll (Spring 2010, Fall 2011)

2011-2012 (JUNIOR)

Named to the Conference USA Second Team All-Conference after finishing as Memphis’ second-leading scorer and rebounder as a junior...Averaged 13.5 points and 8.3 rebounds per game...Passed the 1,000 career point mark in a road win at Rice...Knocked down 53 threepoint field goals to lead the team, which ranks eighth in Memphis single season history...Her 171 three-point attempts ranks sixth in the single season record book

2009- 10 NI COLE D I CK SON GAME- B Y- GAME ST AT S

OPPONENT INDIANA MURRAY ST at Missouri UT MARTIN vs Sacramento St vs E. Washington at FIU OLE MISS NW STATE at Louisina Tech JACKSON STATE SAING LOUIS TULSA SMU at UCF at Southern Miss RICE at Marshall at East Carolina UAB at Houston SOUTHERN MISS * UCF * at Tulane * at UTEP MARSHALL * EAST CAROLINA * at UAB vs East Carolina * UMKC * WICHITA ST * TEXAS A&M-CC * at Appalachian St * TOTALS

MIN 27 18 21 23 26 22 20 19 26 18 24 22 26 15 16 30 20 30 28 24 27 23 30 32 25 31 34 28 26 34 32 22 33 832

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 7-14 1-2 5-5 2-8 0-3 2-2 2-3 0-0 0-1 10-16 4-4 0-0 3-7 1-1 0-0 1-7 0-2 0-0 2-2 1-1 1-2 1-3 0-1 0-0 3-9 1-5 3-4 3-8 0-3 0-1 1-7 0-1 1-1 4-9 1-2 0-0 5-7 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-1 0-0 2-10 0-2 2-4 2-7 1-3 0-0 5-13 0-1 0-1 7-18 1-5 1-3 7-11 1-1 1-2 2-5 1-1 3-4 2-10 1-3 0-0 8-10 1-2 0-0 3-10 1-3 0-0 4-7 1-3 2-2 4-9 1-1 2-2 7-12 1-3 2-4 4-10 1-3 2-2 4-7 2-3 1-2 6-13 0-3 2-4 4-8 1-3 1-4 2-5 0-1 0-0 4-9 0-1 0-0 124-280 23-70 31-50

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 0 4 4 2 3 5 1 3 4 6 2 8 2 3 5 0 3 3 2 5 7 2 3 5 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 2 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 3 4 1 0 1 2 6 8 5 2 7 1 4 5 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 6 8 8 7 15 2 4 6 1 3 4 2 6 8 1 3 4 2 0 2 5 5 10 2 3 5 0 1 1 3 5 8 62 93 155

PF 2 3 2 4 2 2 4 2 0 3 0 1 1 3 2 4 1 1 4 1 2 2 2 3 2 3 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 72

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 2 0 0 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 2 30

TO 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 3 2 3 0 1 0 2 4 2 1 0 1 1 1 3 2 3 3 1 1 3 0 3 3 49

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 6

STL 1 1 0 3 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 2 3 1 0 33

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PTS 20 6 4 24 7 2 6 2 10 6 3 9 10 2 4 6 5 10 16 16 8 5 17 7 11 11 17 11 11 14 10 4 8 302

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MEET THE TIGERS and she capped her junior career with 112 career triples, making her just the eighth player in Memphis history to have 100 or more career threes...Played in all 33 games, with 32 starts (her lone missed start was stepping aside for one of the five seniors on Memphis’ senior day)...Also added a career-best 53 steals, 15 blocks and 81 assists...Scored a career-high 29 points in Memphis’ WNIT loss at Missouri State, also adding a career-high eight steals...Set a school record by posting seven consecutive double-doubles during the season...Finished with 10 double-doubles this season, giving her 11 for her career...Scored double-digit points in 26 of 33 games and scored 20 or more points four times...Had double-digit rebounds 12 times, including a career-best 19 rebounds in a win over UAB...She had a career-best 14 defensive rebounds in that same UAB game to help Memphis get its first series sweep from the Blazers since 2003-04.

YEAR

GP-GS

MIN/AVG

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

33-10 32-6 33-32 98-18

832/25.2 701/21.9 1122/34.0 2655/27.1

NI COLE D I CK SON’ S CAR EER ST AT S TOTAL FIELD 3 PT FIELD FREE REBOUNDS GOALS GOALS THROWS TOT/ FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF AVG 124-280 .443 23-70 .329 31-50 .620 62 93 155/4.7 128-272 .471 36-102 .353 25-40 .625 50 83 133/4.2 170-437 .389 53-171 .310 52-83 .627 91 182 273/8.3 422-989 .427 112-343 .327 108-173 .624 203 358 561/5.7

2010-2011 (SOPHOMORE)

Played in 32 of 34 games for Memphis, with six starts.... Missed the first two games of the season against Missouri and Grambling State due to injury...Was the team’s third-leading scorer with 9.9 points a night, adding 4.2 rebounds...Finished second on the team with 36 three-point field goals made and 102 three-point field goal attempts...Ranked fourth on the team with 133 total rebounds, including 50 offensive...Scored double-digit points in 17 games...Was held scoreless

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OPPONENT MISSOURI GRAMBLING STATE at Indiana at Ohio vs. Fordham at Kansas vs. North Dakota St. CHICAGO STATE UALR at Saint Louis NC A&T FIU MCNEESE STATE JACKSON STATE MARSHALL at East Carolina UTEP at UAB UCF at Houston at Marshall SOUTHERN MISS EAST CAROLINA at Tulsa RICE at Southern Miss at Tulane SMU * UAB at UCF * vs. Southern Miss * vs. Rice * vs. UCF * ALABAMA * TOTALS

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 17 4-9 0-2 16 0-2 0-1 90 0-2 0-0 16 4-9 1-3 29 4-9 1-3 21 1-4 0-2 19 3-7 0-3 18 5-9 0-3 15 3-6 0-1 13 1-3 0-0 26 6-8 3-58 14 5-9 1-3 25 11-14 4-5 26 5-10 3-6 22 21-4 24 3-5 1-3 28 4-11 1-2 20 3-9 1-2 19 2-8 1-2 22 8-11 4-5 27 5-9 3-4 22 5-7 1-2 16 1-2 0-0 31 6-11 3-7 18 4-10 4-10 27 5-18 3-10 26 2-9 0-4 25 7-11 0-1 29 4-10 0-3 25 2-8 0-0 29 7-12 0-2 27 6-11 0-2 701 128-272 36-102

0-0 0-0 2-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 4-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-2 0-0 3-5 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 25-40

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT DNP/INJ. DNP/INJ. 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 3 6 1 4 5 1 4 5 0 2 2 0 4 4 2 2 4 1 1 2 1 3 4 2 3 5 1 2 3 0 3 3 1 2 3 2 3 5 0 4 4 3 4 7 3 5 8 0 4 4 3 5 8 1 3 4 1 1 2 3 3 6 1 2 3 3 4 7 0 1 1 2 5 7 3 2 5 1 0 1 3 3 6 4 1 5 50 83 133

PF

FO

A

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

1 1 0 3 2 0 4 2 2 2 0 2 1 4 2 3 1 4 3 2 2 3 2 2 4 4 4 0 3 4 4 4 75

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46

1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 2 4 2 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 3 2 46

1 2 2 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 4 3 0 4 3 5 0 0 3 52

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 12

0 2 0 5 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 3 1 0 0 30

8 0 2 12 9 2 6 11 10 2 16 11 26 15 7 7 12 9 5 20 13 11 2 17 12 13 5 14 8 4 15 13 317

A 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 6 4 4 1 3 3 4 3 3 4 2 6 2 1 1 1 2 2 6 2 6 1 0 5 2 81

TO 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 1 4 1 0 0 2 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 1 1 1 3 2 5 57

BLK 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 15

STL 4 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 2 3 2 1 5 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 2 2 1 2 8 53

PTS 1 10 10 19 11 20 15 11 13 10 9 24 16 15 18 9 14 10 10 10 17 12 14 9 15 19 17 6 17 4 9 29 445

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OPPONENT SAINT LOUIS * BELMONT * at Illinois * UAPB * SE LOUISIANA * UT ARLINGTON * TENNESSEE STATE * UT MARTIN * vs. LA TECH * at St. John’s * at Missouri * SETON HALL * TULANE * at UTEP * ECU * at USM * at UAB * MARSHALL * at ECU * USM * UCF * at SMU * HOUSTON * at Marshall * at UCF * UAB * TULSA at Rice * SMU * TULANE * CHATTANOOGA * at Missouri State * TOTALS

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TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 0-6 0-4 1-2 4-13 0-4 2-2 3-10 3-8 1-2 9-14 1-5 0-0 5-12 1-5 0-0 9-18 2-6 0-0 5-14 2-3 3-4 4-8 2-4 1-1 5-11 3-5 0-0 4-12 0-5 2-2 3-14 2-7 1-2 8-16 4-8 4-6 7-11 2-4 0-0 6-16 3-5 0-2 6-14 4-7 2-6 3-6 3-4 0-1 3-11 1-4 7-8 3-12 0-3 44 4-17 2-7 00 3-21 3-12 1-2 7-11 2-4 1-3 6-15 0-3 0-0 6-15 2-6 0-0 3-12 0-4 3-7 6-10 1-4 2-4 8-15 3-5 0-0 7-16 1-4 2-3 2-10 0-3 2-2 7-14 1-4 2-4 1-10 0-4 2-2 4-19 1-6 0-1 12-23 3-11 2-3 170-437 53-171 52-83

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 2 2 4 3 7 10 2 9 11 5 5 10 4 6 10 2 9 11 6 6 12 1 9 10 3 8 11 4 0 4 4 6 10 2 4 6 1 7 8 2 7 9 3 4 7 3 8 11 1 8 9 2 3 5 5 3 8 5 1 6 2 6 8 4 5 9 3 5 8 2 4 6 0 4 4 5 14 19 4 6 10 0 6 6 2 4 6 2 3 5 2 2 4 5 4 9 91 182 273

PF 1 3 3 3 1 3 2 2 3 4 3 2 1 3 4 0 3 0 1 1 3 3 3 3 2 1 3 2 2 3 1 3 75

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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TO BLK STL PTS/AVG

72 75 75 222

49 6 33 302/9.2 52 12 30 317/9.9 57 15 53 445/13.5 158 33 116 1064/10.9

0 0 0 0

30 46 81 157

for the first time in her collegiate career in the loss at Ohio, her only scoreless outing of the season (0-for-2 from the field)...After scoring single digit or no points in seven of Memphis’ first 10 games, scored double-digits in five of the next seven games, including a career-best 26-point effort in a win over Marshall at FedExForum to open conference play....Was 11-for-14 from the field in the win over Marshall, including 4-for-5 from three-point range...Would score 20 or more points two times on the season, including a 20-point effort in the win over Southern Miss at FedExForum in a televised victory...Was 8-for-11 in that win over USM, including 4-for-5 from three-point range...Would score doubledigit points in nine of the last 13 games, including four of the five games Brittany Carter missed with an injury...Dickson stepped up to try to fill the offensive void caused by Carter’s absence by averaging 12.2 points per game in that five-game stretch while drawing double coverage...Struggled in the opening round of the Conference USA tournament, going 6-for-18 from the floor, but was 7-for-12 from the field in the semifinal loss to UCF, finishing with 15 points, and 6-for-11 from the field in the WNIT loss to Alabama to finish the year with back-to-back double-digit outings... Handed out a career-high four assists in a win over UCF in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse, also finishing with 12 points in that game.

2009-2010 (FRESHMAN)

Voted to the C-USA All-Freshman Team after finishing second on the team in scoring with 9.2 points per game and playing in 33 of 34 Tiger games, with 10 starts... Also ranked third on the team with 23 three-point field goals made and ranked fourth with 4.7 rebounds per game....Opened her collegiate career in style with a 20-point effort in a loss to Indiana in the season opener...Added a career-best 24 points three nights later in a win over UT Martin...Scored 20 or more points in two games and scored double-digit points in 15 games, including seven straight games late in C-USA play and the early rounds of the WBI tournament...Had a career-best 15 rebounds in a loss at Tulane and had her first career double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds in the win over UMKC in the opening round of the WBI tournament...Finished fifth on the team with 33 steals on the season, including a trio of three-steal games...Also added six blocks on the season, three of them in the road game at Appalachian State in the WBI Championship game...Named to the C-USA Academic Honor Roll following the spring semester for having a semester GPA of 3.0 or higher.

PREP

Was a 2009 graduate of Greeneville High School in Greeneville, Tenn...Was a four-year starter at Greeneville, earning All-County honors four times...Averaged 21.3 points per game in her senior campaign and wrapped her prep career with school records in points (2,415) and rebounds (1,146) while playing under head coach Stacia Crumbley...Was named the Greene County Female Player of the Year by the Greeneville Sun...Was named a Class AAA Miss Basketball Finalist as a junior, after helping her squad to a 32-4 record and the State 3A Tournament, where her squad lost in the quarterfinals...Was also a two-time All-State selection


MEET THE TIGERS by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association...Hit the game-winning bucket as a freshman in the sectional tournament to send her team to state...Played AAU ball with the Tennessee Flight under coaches Tom and Matt Insell...Her AAU team won the Nike National Championship in Augusta, Georgia in 2008...Was also recruited by College of Charleston, Eastern Kentucky and Western Carolina.

PERSONAL

Birthday is February 18...Daughter of Demetress Dickson...Majoring in sport and leisure management.

YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS

MIN/AVG

8-0 29-3 37-3

7/0.9 192/6.6 199/5.4

K R I SHU ND A HAR VEY’ S CAR EER ST AT S TOTAL FIELD 3 PT FIELD FREE REBOUNDS GOALS GOALS THROWS TOT/ FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF AVG 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0 0 0/0.0 20-43 .465 0-0 .000 8-21 .381 41 25 66/2.3 20-45 .444 0-0 .000 10-23 .435 41 25 66/1.8

Catholic league title in her senior season, the school’s first undisputed title since tying for the championship in 2007-08...In her junior season, Marist advanced to the sectional finals.

PERSONAL

DICKSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points 29 at Missouri State (3/17/12) Field Goals Made 12 at Missouri State (3/17/12) Field Goals Attempted 23 at Missouri State (3/17/12) Three-Point Field Goals Made 4 5 times, last vs. Seton Hall (12/30/11) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 12 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Free-Throws Made 7 2 times, last at UAB (1/22/12) Free-Throws Attempted 10 at UALR (12/10/11) Offensive Rebounds 8 at Tulane (2/18/10) Defensive Rebounds 14 vs. UAB (2/23/12) Total Rebounds 19 vs. UAB (2/23/12) Assists 6 4 times, last at Rice (3/1/12) Blocks 3 2 times, last vs UCF (2/4/12) Steals 8 at Missouri State (3/17/12) Minutes Played 40 2 times, last vs. Chattanooga (3/15/12)

Daughter of Patrice Smith-Bey and Craig Fuqua-Bey... Birthday is February 18......Also considered Pittsburgh, Seton Hall, UMass, UALR, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Bradley and Loyola-Chicago...Major is undeclared.

#55 K r i s h u n d a H a r v e y Junior • Post Dallas, Texas N o r t h M e s q u i t e HS

2010-11 (FRESHMAN)

Played prep ball at Marist High School under coach Mary Pat Connolly and club ball with the Illinois Xcitement under coach Xavier Walton...At 6-2, will be one of the tallest Tigers on the squad...Guided her Red Hawks high school club to a 27-6 record as a junior and a 32-2 record as a senior before losing in the Illinois Class 4A Supersectional...Marist won the East Suburban

0 18 18

0 4 4

0 4 4

2/0.3 48/1.7 50/1.4

Conference USA Academic Honor Roll for having a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

PREP

Lettered in basketball and track (shot put) at North Mesquite High School...Named an Academic AllDistrict player all four years of high school and named second team All-District as a freshman and first team all-district her sophomore and junior seasons...Was the 60th ranked small forward in the 2010 class...Averaged 9.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.2 assist per game as a junior at North Mesquite while playing for coach Paul Gardner...Named the defensive player of the year at North Mesquite as a junior before missing her senior season due to an injury...Played club basketball with the Texas Thunder for coach Cliff Thurmond.

HARVEY’S CAREER HIGHS

Appeared in 29 of Memphis’ 33 games with three starts...Averaged 1.7 points and 2.3 rebounds per game, adding four blocks, four steals and six assists...In her first career start, she posted her first career doubledouble, finishing with 10 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to Southern Miss...Posted two blocks in a win over East Carolina...Had four defensive rebounds in the loss at UTEP...Shot 46.5 percent from the floor and 38.1 percent from the free-throw line...Named to the Tiger 3.0 Club in the fall of 2011.

PREP

TO BLK STL PTS/AVG

0 6 6

PERSONAL

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE)

Freshman • Post Chicago, Ill. M a r i s t HS

A

0 0 0

Daughter of Ruby Kelley and Carlton Harvey...Full name is Krishunda Sharee Harvey...Nickname is KK...Birthday is April 4...Also considered North Carolina State and Tulane. ...Majoing in sport and leisure management.

C-USA Academic Honor Roll (2011); Tiger 3.0 Club (Fall 2011)

#21 A s i a n n a F u q u a -B e y

PF FO 0 34 34

Points 10 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Field Goals Made 4 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Field Goals Attempted 6 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Three-Point Field Goals Made 0 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 0 Free-Throws Made 2 4 times, last at UCF (2/19/12) Free-Throws Attempted 4 at Southern Miss (1/19/12) Offensive Rebounds 9 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Defensive Rebounds 4 at UTEP (1/8/12) Total Rebounds 10 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Assists 2 at East Carolina (1/29/12) Blocks 2 vs. East Carolina (1/15/12) Steals 2 at Southern Miss (1/19/12) Minutes Played 22 at Southern Miss (1/19/12)

Appeared in eight games as a true freshman while trying to come back from a knee injury suffered prior to her senior season in high school...Scored her first two collegiate points at the free-throw line in a win over North Carolina A&T (12/19/10)...Named to the

2010- 11 K R I SHU ND A HAR VEY GAME- B Y- GAME ST AT S

OPPONENT GRAMBLING STATE at Saint Louis NC A&T JACKSON STATE at Marshall SOUTHERN MISS ECU at UCF TOTALS

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 7 0-2 0-0 2-2

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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MEET THE TIGERS 20 1 1 -1 2 KRISHUNDA HARV E Y G AME -BY - GAME ST AT S

OPPONENT BELMONT at Illinois UAPB SE LOUISIANA UT ARLINGTON TENNESSEE STATE UT MARTIN at UALR vs. LOUISIANA TECH TULANE at UTEP EAST CAROLINA at Southern Miss at UAB MARSHALL at East Carolina SOUTHERN MISS * UCF * at SMU * HOUSTON at Marshall * at UCF * UAB TULSA at Rice SMU TULANE CHATTANOOGA at Missouri St. TOTALS

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 6 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 4 1-1 0-0 0-0 6 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 4 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 5 0-1 0-0 0-2 9 0-0 0-0 1-2 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 22 3-5 0-0 0-4 4 0-2 0-0 0-0 5 1-1 0-0 0-0 10 2-3 0-0 0-0 16 4-6 0-0 2-3 9 1-2 0-0 0-0 9 0-1 0-0 0-2 10 0-0 0-0 2-2 4 1-1 0-0 0-0 5 0-1 0-0 2-2 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 14 1-4 0-0 0-0 6 1-2 0-0 1-2 5 1-2 0-0 0-0 7 0-1 0-0 0-2 192 20-43 0-0 8-21

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 2 3 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 4 4 1 2 3 3 3 6 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 2 9 1 10 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 5 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 4 1 5 2 0 2 1 0 1 2 1 3 41 25 66

PF 3 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 4 1 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 34

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6

TO 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 18

BLK 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

STL 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4

PTS 4 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 6 0 2 4 10 2 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 3 2 0 48

unblemished 27-0 mark her junior year...Played club ball with the Sports City U organization under coach Tom Jenkins.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Patricia Hope...Birthday is May 19..... Majoring in Inderdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Criminal Justice and Sociology.

#23 J a y m i e J a c k s o n Freshman • Guard Toledo, Ohio S t a r t HS

PREP

#1 2 ARIEL HEARN

#1 5 P a ’S o n n a H o p e

Freshman • Guard Memphis, Tenn. A r l i n g t o n HS

J u n i o r • F o rw a r d Cleveland, Ohio R e g i n a HS / O l e M i s s

PREP

2010-12 (OLE MISS)

PERSONAL

Is a 2010 graduate of Regina High School in Cleveland, Ohio...Played basketball at South Euclid High School under coach Pat Diulus...Named All-Ohio second team as a junior and first team as a senior...Helped her Royals team to a Division 3 State Championship in her junior year...Averaged 12.2 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.9 blocks a game as a senior...Her prep team combined for a 54-2 record in her final two seasons, including an

Played basketball at Arlington High School under coach David Offerle and club ball with the Memphis Elite team coached by Jeff Little that finished as the national runner-up at the AAU 11th grade Division 1 tournament in Orlando...Was named a Commercial Appeal Best of Preps All-Metro pick who averaged 15 points and five assists a game as a junior...Helped her Tiger team to their first District 14-AAA regular season and tournament titles and a 27-4 record...In the District 14-AAA game, she hit a layup at the buzzer to force overtime, then knocked down a free throw with 1.8 seconds left for the 55-54 overtime win...In her senior campaign, she helped Arlington to its first 7-AAA basketball title and a 27-4 record. Daughter of Sultaire and Sonya Hearn...Birthday is April 1....Also considered Ole Miss and Arkansas... Major is undeclared.

Played in 48 games at Ole Miss, including 21 starts in 25 games in her freshman campaign...Averaged 7.7 points per game as a freshman and 6.6 rebounds per game...Also added 22 blocks as a freshman...Ranked ninth in the SEC with 67 offensive rebounds in 2011... Played in 23 games as a sophomore.

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PERSONAL

Daughter of Pam and Willie Davis...Birthday is June 15.....Major is undeclared.

PREP

YEAR

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Was a two-year starter for coach Bob Brown before missing her senior season due to injury...Was an AP All-Ohio honorable mention honoree...Helped her Spartan team to a 23-3 record and a second straight City League championship and a state final four in her junior year by averaging 12 points per game...Started for the varsity squad as a sophomore on a team that went 22-4 and advanced to the D-I state championship game...Played club ball with both the Score More Athletic Club (SMAC) for Coach Tucker Neale and Sports City U for coaches Pam and Willie Davis...Was the No. 45 ranked guard in the class of 2012 according to ESPNHoopGurlz.com.

GP-GS

MIN/AVG

2010-11* 25-21 2011-12* 23-0 TOTAL 48-21 * at Ole Miss

635/25.4 172/7.5 807/16.8

PA’ SONNA HOPE’ S CAR EER ST AT S TOTAL FIELD 3 PT FIELD FREE REBOUNDS GOALS GOALS THROWS TOT/ FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF AVG 83-219 .379 0-0 .000 26-43 .605 67 97 164/6.6 20-49 .408 0-0 .000 3-11 .273 34 30 64/2.8 103-268 .384 0-0 .000 29-54 .537 101 127 228/4.8

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A

64 32 96

10 39 9 16 19 55

1 0 1

TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 22 11 33

17 5 22

192/7.7 43/1.9 235/4.9


MEET THE TIGERS ANN JONES’ CAR EER ST AT S 3 PT FIELD FREE REBOUNDS GOALS THROWS TOT/ PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF AVG .446 0-1 .000 14-27 .519 25 49 74/2.7

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#33 A n n J o n e s Sophomore • Post Jackson, Tenn. L i b e r t y T e c h M a g n e t HS C-USA Freshman of the Week (11/14/11; 12/5/11)

2011-12 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 27 of 33 games for the Tigers, averaging 2.7 points and 2.7 rebounds per game...Added 10 blocks, eight steals and five assists on the season...Was named the Conference USA Freshman of the Week two times (11/14/11 & 12/5/11)...Opened her career with a career-best eight rebounds in the win over Saint Louis... Added eight rebounds again in the win over Houston... Suffered a knee injury four minutes in to the C-USA opener against Tulane and missed the next six games... Scored a career-best nine points on 4-for-7 shooting in the win over UT Martin...Tied that career-best with a nine-point effort in the win over Houston on 4-for-8 shooting...Also tied a career-high with eight rebounds in the win over Houston.

GP-GS

MIN/AVG

FG-FGA

27-0

284/10.5

29-65

the Class AA bracket, Jones and the Lady Crusaders advanced all the way to the semifinals of the TSSAA championships, before falling 50-41 to Macon County... Her senior squad finished with a record of 30-5 and became the first Liberty girls team to win a regional title, a state tournament sectional game and a state tournament game...Jones averaged 16 points and 12 rebounds as a senior...Following her senior campaign, she was named to the Class AA all-state girls basketball team by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association... Nominated for McDonald’s All-American team...As a junior, Jones was an all-district and all-region honoree and the District MVP...Averaged 10.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game as a junior, helping the Lady Crusaders win the district tournament and advance to the quarterfinals of the regional tournament...Played club basketball with the Memphis Elite for coach Eric Daniels, helping her U16 team to a runner-up finish in the AAU Orlando tournament...Received the Technology Scholar academic award...Also recruited by Mississippi State, Georgia, Hawaii, Western Kentucky, James Madison, Evansville, and Ole Miss.

PERSONAL

Birthday is December 9th...Daughter of Kimberly Price and Percy Jones....Major is undeclared, but is leaning toward majoring in Sport and Leisure Management... Has two older brothers, Devon and Devin...Devon is a basketball player at Armstrong State in Savannah, Georgia.

PF FO

A

TO BLK STL PTS/AVG

43

5

16

0

10

8

72/2.7

JONES’ CAREER HIGHS Points 9 2 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) Field Goals Made 4 3 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) Field Goals Attempted 8 2 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) Three-Point Field Goals Made 0 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1 at UALR (12/10/11) Free-Throws Made 3 vs. Belmont (11/13/11) Free-Throws Attempted 4 4 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) Offensive Rebounds 4 3 times, last vs. UT Martin (12/4/11) Defensive Rebounds 8 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Total Rebounds 8 2 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) Assists 2 vs. Tennessee State (12/1/11) Blocks 2 3 times, last at SMU (2/9/12) Steals 2 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Minutes Played 20 vs. Tennessee State (12/1/11)

PREP

Andr’a Jones joins the Tigers from Liberty Magnet School in Jackson, Tenn., where she played for coach Kevin Weeks...Was named the All-West Tennessee Girls Basketball Co-Player of the Year by the Jackson Sun and was the No. 45 ranked power forward and a three-star recruit by ESPN Hoopgurlz...Helped her senior squad to its first-ever regional championship and its first-ever state tournament appearance...In 201 1 - 1 2 ANN JONE S G AME -BY - G AM E ST AT S

OPPONENT SAINT LOUIS BELMONT at Illinois UAPB SE LOUISIANA UT ARLINGTON TENNESSEE STATE UT MARTIN at UALR vs. LOUISIANA TECH at St. John’s at Missouri SETON HALL TULANE SOUTHERN MISS UCF at SMU HOUSTON at Marshall at UCF UAB TULSA at Rice SMU TULANE CHATTANOOGA at Missouri State TOTALS

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 18 3-6 0-0 0-2 16 1-3 0-0 3-4 12 1-2 0-0 2-2 18 1-2 0-0 2-2 17 4-8 0-0 0-0 15 0-2 0-0 0-0 20 3-5 0-0 2-4 18 4-7 0-0 1-2 11 1-2 0-1 1-2 14 2-2 0-0 2-4 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 9 0-4 0-0 0-0 14 2-2 0-0 0-1 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 14 1-2 0-0 0-0 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 7 0-2 0-0 0-0 18 4-8 0-0 1-4 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 6 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 5 1-1 0-0 0-0 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 284 29-65 0-1 14-27

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 4 4 8 4 1 5 2 5 7 0 4 4 2 3 5 1 2 3 0 2 2 4 1 5 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 3 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 3 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 8 0 3 3 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 25 49 74

PF 2 3 2 2 3 1 3 1 2 3 2 3 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 43

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

TO 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 16

BLK 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10

STL 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

PTS 6 5 4 4 8 0 8 9 3 6 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 9 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 72

#34 DEVIN M ACK J u n i o r • F o rw a r d Rockford, Ill. R o c k f o r d B o y l a n C a t h o l i c HS / Kishwaukee JC

2010-2012 (AT KISHWAUKEE COLLEGE)

Finished her junior college career as Kishwaukee’s third 1,000-point scorer and second in the career scoring annuals with 1,203 points in two seasons...Also capped her junior college career as the program’s all-time leading rebounder with 652 boards...Also holds the career record for free-throws (77.3 percent; 306-396 FTA)... Helped Kishwaukee to back-to-back 20+ win seasons and her 2012 team set a program record with 27 wins in a season...The Kougars finished fourth in the NJCAA National Tournament...Guided her senior squad to the Region IV and District L Championships and the Arrowhead Conference co-Championship with an 11-1 conference mark...Team finished the season ranked No.

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PREP

Was a three-year letterwinner at Rockford Boylan Catholic High School in Rockford, Illinois...Helped her Titans team to a combined 99-14 record...Passed both the 1,000 point and rebound marks at Boylan as a prep player...Was a three-time NIC-10 Scholar-Athlete... Helped her prep squad to regional and sectional championships and was first-team all-conference.

PERSONAL

Birthday is October 8th...Daughter of Erica and Daveon Mack...Majoring in exercise and sports science at Memphis.

#5 LAUREN M CG RA W Sophomore • Guard Lauderhill, Fla. D i l l a r d HS

2011-12 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 31 of 33 games for the Tigers with four career starts...Made her first career start in a televised victory over UCF at FedExForum...Averaged 2.2 points and 1.1 rebounds per game...Also added 30 steals, 31 assists and a blocked shot...Scored a career-best eight points in a win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff...Also had a career-high four rebounds in that same game...Knocked

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OPPONENT SAINT LOUIS BELMONT at Illinois UAPB SE LOUISIANA UT ARLINGTON TENNESSEE STATE UT MARTIN at UALR vs. LOUISIANA TECH SETON HALL TULANE at UTEP ECU at SOUTHERN MISS at UAB MARSHALL at ECU SOUTHERN MISS UCF * at SMU * HOUSTON at Marshall * at UCF * UAB TULSA at Rice SMU TULANE CHATTANOOGA at Missouri State TOTALS

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 10 1-1 1-1 0-0 7 3-3 1-1 0-0 13 0-2 0-1 0-2 24 3-7 0-1 2-2 15 1-1 0-0 0-0 13 1-2 0-1 1-1 18 0-1 0-1 0-0 12 1-2 0-0 0-2 11 0-1 0-0 1-4 10 0-1 0-0 0-2 10 1-1 0-0 0-0 5 0-0 0-0 0-2 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 9 0-1 0-0 0-2 19 2-6 0-0 1-5 4 1-1 1-1 0-0 9 1-4 0-0 1-1 5 0-1 0-1 0-0 13 1-4 1-2 2-2 20 1-3 0-2 2-2 18 1-5 0-1 0-0 30 2-10 0-2 0-0 22 0-4 0-0 0-0 11 0-1 0-1 0-2 21 1-3 0-0 1-3 21 1-4 0-0 0-0 12 2-2 1-1 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 2-2 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 8 0-2 0-0 0-0 11 0-0 0-0 1-4 397 24-74 5-17 14-38

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 9 25 34

down her first collegiate three-point field goal in the season-opening win over Saint Louis at FedExForum... Finished with five three-point field goals made...Shot 36.8 percent from the free throw line and 32.4 percent from the field...Played 20 or more minutes six times, including a career-high 30 minutes in the win over Houston...Memphis was 3-1 with McGraw as a starter, including road wins at SMU and UCF.

PREP

Lauren McGraw comes to Memphis from Dillard High School in Lauderhill, Florida...Helped her team to back-to-back state 5A championships while playing for Florida’s all-time winningest coach, Marcia Pinder... Helped her senior squad to a 22-7 record, averaging 7.2 points, 4.0 assists, 2.8 rebounds and 3.0 steals for the Panthers...Named a Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-state honoree in 5A and a Sun Sentinel scholar athlete...Also lettered in varsity flag football at Dillard, earning the MVP offense award...Following a junior season where she averaged 8.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 3.7 steals while shooting 43 percent from the field, she was named a Sun Sentinel Broward County Fab 5 heading in to her senior campaign...Named to the Big 8 All-Tournament Team and a Broward County basketball all-star game player...FACA All Star game player...Flag football all-star team player... Considered a three-star recruit by ESPN HoopGurlz and the No. 71 guard in the class according to ESPN Scouts, Inc...Played club ball with the South Florida Lady Jaguars and Team Breakdown, coached by Pat Gajardo... Honor Roll student...Also graduated in top 10 percent in her class and received the Delta Sigma Theta Legend Award...Also considered Jacksonville, East Tennessee State, LaSalle, Rutgers, USF, FIU and Xavier.

PERSONAL

Birthday is June 1st...Daughter of Bruce and Norma McGraw... Has one older sister, Brittany...Major is undeclared.

LAURE N MC G RAW’S C ARE E R ST AT S TOTAL FIELD 3 PT FIELD FREE REBOUNDS GOALS GOALS THROWS TOT/ FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF AVG 24-74 .324 5-17 .294 14-38 .368 9 25 34/1.1

PF FO

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30

67/2.1

PF 2 1 1 3 0 1 1 2 3 3 2 0 0 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 0 3 3 3 3 2 2 0 1 3 2 53

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 5 2 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 31

TO 1 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 3 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 2 38

BLK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

STL 0 3 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 2 3 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 30

PTS 3 7 0 8 2 3 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 5 3 3 0 5 4 2 4 0 0 3 2 5 2 0 0 1 67

MCGRAW’S CAREER HIGHS Points 8 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Field Goals Made 3 2 times, last vs. UA-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Field Goals Attempted 10 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Three-Point Field Goals Made 1 5 times, last at Rice (3/1/12) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 2 3 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) Free-Throws Made 2 4 times, last vs. SMU (3/8/12) Free-Throws Attempted 5 at Southern Miss (1/19/12) Offensive Rebounds 2 2 times, last at Missouri St. (3/17/12) Defensive Rebounds 3 2 times, last vs. UAB (2/23/12) Total Rebounds 4 vs. UA-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Assists 5 vs. UA-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Blocks 1 vs. Southeastern Louisiana (11/22/11) Steals 4 vs. UA-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Minutes Played 30 vs. Houston (2/12/12)


MEET THE TIGERS JAI LYN NOR R I S’ CAR EER ST AT S 3 PT FIELD FREE REBOUNDS GOALS THROWS TOT/ PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF AVG .273 6-24 .250 8-13 .615 5 15 20/1.1

TOTAL FIELD GOALS YEAR 2011-12

GP-GS

MIN/AVG

FG-FGA

19-0

113/5.9

9-33

PF FO

A

8

6

0

TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 9

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7

32/1.7

the Chicago Hoops Express for coach Jerald Davis...Her 2007 club team won the Illinois State championship... Played on the East All-star squad in the Midwest High School All-Star Classic against Tiger teammate Ann Jones’ west division squad...Also recruited by Illinois State, Loyola (Illinois), Missouri, West Virginia, Southern Illinois and Ball State...Was also a member of the H-F student government and honor roll.

PERSONAL

Birthday is September 2nd...Daughter of Ivy and Veolia Norris...Her dad played basketball at Truman Junior College and her sister is also a basketball player... Major is undeclared.

#2 J a i l y n N o rr i s Sophomore • Guard Chicago Heights, Ill. H o m e w o o d -F l o s s m o o r HS

NORRIS’ CAREER HIGHS

2011-12 (FRESHMAN)

Appeared in 19 of Memphis’ 33 games...Averaged 1.7 points and 1.1 rebounds per game, adding seven steals, four blocks and six assists...Shot 27.3 percent from the field and 25.0 percent from three-point range..Also shot 61.5 percent from the free-throw line...Scored a career-high 13 points in a win over Houston...Was a perfect 4-for-4 from the free-throw line in that game... Also scored nine points with a career-high four steals in a win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff...Landed her first collegiate three-point field goal in that same UAPB win... Converted multiple three-point field goal tries for the first time in her collegiate career by shooting 3-for-7 from the field in the win over Houston.

PREP

Jailyn Norris joins the Tigers from Chicago, Illinois and Homewood-Flossmoor High School under coaches Ryan Sheriff and Dana Noble, where she lettered in basketball beginning her freshman season...Ranked the No. 44 small forward in the class of 2011 by ESPN Scouts, Inc...Helped her senior squad to its 21-7 overall record, averaging 12.9 points, shooting 31.3 percent from three-point range and 74.4 percent from the free-throw line...She also knocked down 36 three-point field goals as a senior in 21 games...Passed the 1,000 career point mark as a high school junior...Helped her sophomore and junior teams to back-to-back 19-10 seasons...Named to the All-SouthWest Suburban Conference Red team as a sophomore and junior and named a Chicago Sun Time All-area honorable mention honoree as a senior...Also played club basketball for

#32 COU RTNEY PO WELL

Points 13 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Field Goals Made 3 2 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) Field Goals Attempted 8 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Three-Point Field Goals Made 3 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 7 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Free-Throws Made 4 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Free-Throws Attempted 4 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Offensive Rebounds 2 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Defensive Rebounds 3 at Marshall (2/16/12) Total Rebounds 3 2 times, last at Marshall (2/16/12) Assists 2 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Blocks 2 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Steals 2 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Minutes Played 15 vs. Houston (2/12/12)

F r e s h m a n • F o rw a r d Youngstown, Ohio U r s u l i n e HS

PREP

Played basketball at Ursuline High School under coach Sean Durkin...Averaged 12 points and 10 rebounds while helping the Fighting Irish to a 17-8 record and an appearance in the Division III regional championships as a junior....A Division III special mention all-state and Associated Press All-Northeast Ohio Inland District III first team honoree as a junior and third team honoree as a senior...Also played club ball with Sports City U under coaches Pam and Willie Davis.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Dawn Powell and Shane Johnson...Birthday is June 23.....Major is undeclared...Also recruited by Appalachian State, Akron, Cleveland State, UMass and Winthrop.

201 1 -1 2 JAILY N NORRIS G AME -BY - GAME ST AT S

OPPONENT BELMONT UAPB SE LOUISIANA UT ARLINGTON TENNESSEE STATE UT MARTIN vs. LOUISINA TECH at UTEP at Southern Miss SOUTHERN MISS UCF HOUSTON at Marshall at UCF UAB TULSA at Rice SMU at Missouri State TOTALS

TOTAL 3-PTS THROWS MIN FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 11 1-3 0-1 0-1 13 3-7 1-4 2-6 5 0-2 0-2 0-0 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 1-2 1-2 0-0 4 0-1 0-1 0-0 9 1-2 1-2 0-0 15 3-8 3-7 4-4 7 0-1 0-1 2-2 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-2 0-2 0-0 9 0-2 0-0 0-0 4 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 113 9-33 6-24 8-13

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 15 20

PF 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

TO 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

BLK 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

STL 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7

PTS 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 13 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 32

#24 MOO RIAH R O WSE R Freshman • Guard Rockville, Md. S t . J o h n ’ s C o l l e g e HS

PREP

Played high school basketball at St. John’s College High School in Rockville, Md...Was the Washington D.C. Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior...Helped her St. Johns squad coached by Jonathan Scribner to

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PERSONAL

Daughter of Morris and Paula Rowser...Birthday is August 5.....Also recruited by UNC Charlotte, St. John’s, and George Mason...Major is undeclared.

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2011-12 STATISTICS 2011-12 MEMPHIS COMBINED TEAM STATISTICS (FINAL STATS) -- ALL GAMES RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL 25-8 17-2 7-5 1-1 13-3 7-1 6-2 0-0 12-5 10-1 1-3 1-1

## SUMMARY 03 LEE, Jasmine 35 DICKSON, Nicole 25 CARTER, Brittany 32 LONLACK, Ramses 10 ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis 13 COLLIER, Danay 33 JONES, Ann 05 MCGRAW, Lauren 02 NORRIS, Jailyn 55 HARVEY, Krishunda 21 JAMES, Kiana 01 PRINCE, Alex TM TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

GP GS Min FG% 33 31 30.5 .509 33 32 34.0 .389 30 21 25.2 .405 31 30 31.5 .421 33 32 30.2 .389 32 11 21.8 .297 28 0 10.1 .446 32 4 12.5 .324 19 0 5.9 .273 29 3 6.6 .465 12 1 4.1 .286 6 0 1.3 1.000 33 .408 33 .375

3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL .000 .579 10.2 0.7 41 .310 .627 8.3 2.5 53 .237 .564 4.1 2.2 54 .316 .622 4.8 2.5 62 .324 .727 3.2 3.3 78 .259 .580 2.2 1.8 49 .000 .519 2.7 0.2 8 .294 .368 1.1 1.0 30 .250 .615 1.1 0.3 7 .000 .381 2.3 0.2 4 .000 .833 0.8 0.3 2 1.000 .000 0.0 0.0 0 .283 .590 41.6 14.3 388 .300 .646 37.2 12.0 246

SCORING LEE, Jasmine DICKSON, Nicole CARTER, Brittany LONLACK, Ramses ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis COLLIER, Danay JONES, Ann MCGRAW, Lauren NORRIS, Jailyn HARVEY, Krishunda JAMES, Kiana PRINCE, Alex Total.......... Opponents......

GP 33 33 30 31 33 32 28 33 19 29 12 6 33 33

FG 179 170 152 107 95 52 29 24 9 20 2 1 840 733

FGA 352 437 375 254 244 175 65 74 33 43 7 1 2060 1957

FG% .509 .389 .405 .421 .389 .297 .446 .324 .273 .465 .286 1.000 .408 .375

3FG 0 53 22 6 12 21 0 5 6 0 0 1 126 146

FGA 0 171 93 19 37 81 0 17 24 0 0 1 445 487

TOTALS LEE, Jasmine DICKSON, Nicole CARTER, Brittany LONLACK, Ramses ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis COLLIER, Danay JONES, Ann MCGRAW, Lauren NORRIS, Jailyn HARVEY, Krishunda JAMES, Kiana PRINCE, Alex Total.......... Opponents......

GP 33 33 30 31 33 32 28 32 19 29 12 6 33 33

MIN 1005 1122 757 975 997 698 284 400 113 192 49 8 6600 6600

OREB 143 91 37 67 22 23 25 9 5 41 3 0 552 490

DREB 195 182 85 81 85 47 50 25 15 25 6 0 858 845

TOT 338 273 122 148 107 70 75 34 20 66 9 0 1410 1335

PF 59 75 70 70 56 77 43 53 8 34 4 1 550 615

3PT% FT .000 143 .310 52 .237 57 .316 69 .324 56 .259 29 .000 14 .294 14 .250 8 .000 8 .000 10 1.000 0 .283 460 .300 361 FO 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -

A 24 81 67 79 112 56 5 31 6 6 4 0 471 395

BLK 24 15 16 8 4 7 9 1 4 4 0 1

PTS/G 15.2 13.5 12.8 9.3 7.8 4.8 2.6 2.1 1.7 1.7 1.2 0.5

93 116

68.7 59.8

FTA 247 83 101 111 77 50 27 38 13 21 12 0 780 559

FT% .579 .627 .564 .622 .727 .580 .519 .368 .615 .381 .833 .000 .590 .646

PTS 501 445 383 289 258 154 72 67 32 48 14 3 2266 1973

TO 75 57 67 86 72 68 16 38 9 18 4 2 516 662

A/TO 0.3 1.6 1.0 0.9 1.6 0.8 0.3 0.8 0.7 0.3 1.0 0.0 0.9 0.6

HI 25 29 27 19 16 15 9 8 13 10 6 3 90 82

PTS/G 15.2 13.5 12.8 9.3 7.8 4.8 2.6 2.1 1.7 1.7 1.2 0.5 68.7 59.8

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2011-12 STATISTICS 2011-12 MEMPHIS COMBINED TEAM STATISTICS (FINAL STATS) -- ALL GAMES TEAM STATISTICS MEMPHIS OPP Points per game 65.6 62.6 Scoring margin +3.1 FIELD GOALS-ATT 832-2068 770-1964 Field goal pct .402 .392 3 POINT FG-ATT 144-453 184-566 3-point FG pct .318 .325 3-pt FG made per game 4.2 5.4 FREE THROWS-ATT 424-706 404-613 Free throw pct .601 .659 F-Throws made per game 12.5 11.9 REBOUNDS 1415 1266 Rebounds per game 41.6 37.2 Rebounding margin +4.4 ASSISTS 457 437 Assists per game 13.4 12.9 TURNOVERS 649 673 Turnovers per game 19.1 19.8 Turnover margin +0.7 ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO 0.7 0.6 STEALS 349 300 Steals per game 10.3 8.8 BLOCKS 107 100 Blocks per game 3.1 2.9 ATTENDANCE 15240 13569 Home games-Avg/Game 17-896 12-877 Neutral site-Avg/Game - 5-608 SCORE BY PERIODS: 1ST 2ND TOTAL UNIV. OF MEMPHIS 1046 1186 2232 OPPONENTS 1012 1116 2128 RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 25-8 17-2 7-5 1-1 CONFERENCE 13-3 7-1 6-2 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 12-5 10-1 1-3 1-1 DATE RESULT OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS 11/11/11 W SAINT LOUIS (FEF) 63-60 734 (17) CARTER, BRITTANY 11/13/11 W BELMONT 79-40 1078 (19) LEE, JASMINE 11/15/11 L at Illinois 62-54 866 (13) CARTER, BRITTANY (13) LEE, JASMINE 11/19/11 W UAPB 89-60 1246 (23) CARTER, BRITTANY 11/22/11 W SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA 80-44 1283 (18) CARTER, BRITTANY 11/27/11 W UT ARLINGTON 77-60 869 (20) DICKSON, NICOLE 12/1/11 W TENNESSEE STATE 88-64 1057 (23) CARTER, BRITTANY 12/4/11 W UT MARTIN 90-69 1264 (27) CARTER, BRITTANY 12/10/11 W at UALR 81-66 (22) DICKSON, NICOLE 12/17/11 W $ & LATECH 86-67 533 (24) CARTER, BRITTANY 12/18/11 L $ at St. John’s 64-60 628 (23) CARTER, BRITTANY 12/22/11 L at Missouri 58-48 1427 (14) CARTER, BRITTANY 12/30/11 W SETON HALL 82-73 911 (24) DICKSON, NICOLE 1/5/12 W TULANE * 61-59 1349 (21) LEE, JASMINE 1/8/12 L at UTEP * 66-60 3052 (16) LEE, JASMINE (9) DICKSON, NICOLE 1/15/12 W EAST CAROLINA * 62-59 2017 (21) LEE, JASMINE 1/19/12 W SOUTHERN MISS * 85-44 1140 (15) COLLIER, DANAY 1/22/12 W at UAB * 70-59 721 (22) CARTER, BRITTANY 1/26/12 W MARSHALL UNIVERSITY * 71-58 2263 (21) LEE, JASMINE 1/29/12 W at East Carolina * 69-56 1719 (20) LEE, JASMINE 2/2/12 L SOUTHERN MISS * 62-54 986 (11) ABDUL-QAADIR, BILQIS 2/4/12 W UCF * 65-57 2433 (17) DICKSON, NICOLE 2/9/12 W at SMU * 60-55 658 (14) LEE, JASMINE (12) LEE, JASMINE 2/12/12 W HOUSTON * 69-41 1672 (14) DICKSON, NICOLE 2/16/12 L at Marshall * 65-54 417 (21) LEE, JASMINE 2/19/12 W at UCF * 61-54 686 (16) CARTER, BRITTANY 2/23/12 W UAB * 71-56 1631 (20) LEE, JASMINE 2/26/12 W TULSA * 66-64 1844 (20) LEE, JASMINE 3/1/12 W at Rice * 65-60 314 (25) LEE, JASMINE 3/8/12 W SMU # 77-67 2084 (18) CARTER, BRITTANY 3/9/12 L TULANE # 63-44 (13) LEE, JASMINE 3/15/12 W CHATTANOOGA $ 60-59 643 (20) LEE, JASMINE * = Conference game $ = St. John’s University Tournament (New York, N.Y.) # = Conference USA Championships (Memphis, Tenn.) $ WNIT ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

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HIGH REBOUNDS (8) LEE, JASMINE (8) JONES, ANN (12) LEE, JASMINE (12) LEE, JASMINE (10) DICKSON, NICOLE (10) DICKSON, NICOLE (11) DICKSON, NICOLE (12) DICKSON, NICOLE (10) LEE, JASMINE (10) DICKSON, NICOLE (16) LEE, JASMINE (11) DICKSON, NICOLE (10) LONLACK, RAMSES (12) LEE, JASMINE (12) LEE, JASMINE (8) DICKSON, NICOLE (16) LEE, JASMINE (11) DICKSON, NICOLE (12) LEE, JASMINE (15) LEE, JASMINE (11) LEE, JASMINE (10) HARVEY, KRISHUNDA (8) LEE, JASMINE (8) DICKSON, NICOLE (17) LEE, JASMINE (14) LEE, JASMINE (10) LEE, JASMINE (19) DICKSON, NICOLE (14) LEE, JASMINE (6) DICKSON, NICOLE (8) LEE, JASMINE (12) LEE, JASMINE (16) LEE, JASMINE


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DATE

SCORE W/L FGM FGA

3-PTRS FG%

FTS

REBOUNDS

FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FG% OFF DEF TOT AVG PF

A

TO BLK STL PTS AVG

SAINT LOUIS

11/11/11 63-60

W

25

69

.362

4

13

.308

9

20 .450 23

18

41

41.0 13

12 12

3

12

63

63.0

BELMONT

11/13/11 79-40

W

29

71

.408

3

11

.273

18

32 .563 23

37

60

50.5 15

12

8

3

13

79

71.0

at Illinois

11/15/11 62-54

L

21

71

.296

3

20

.150

9

16 .563 17

32

49

50.0 22

11 15

1

6

54

65.3

UAPB

11/19/11 89-60

W

32

72

.444

8

23

.348

17

30 .567 19

21

40

47.5 18

20 13

7

18

89

71.2

SE LOUISIANA

11/27/11 80-44

W

32

68

.471

5

16

.313

11

12 .917 17

23

40

46.0 13

23 12

6

14

80

73.0

UT ARLINGTON

11/27/11 77-60

W

27

58

.466

3

13

.231

20

24 .833 15

27

42

45.3 18

18 28

6

18

77

73.7

TENN STATE

12/1/11

88-64

W

33

63

.524

7

10

.700

15

27 .556 14

32

46

45.4 17

24 18

1

13

88

75.7

UT MARTIN

12/4/11

90-69

W

37

63

.587

5

13

.385

11

21 .524 11

30

41

44.9 19

21 13

5

11

90

77.5

at UALR

12/10/11 81-66

W

29

60

.483

2

8

.250

21

35 .600 15

27

42

44.6 23

14 19

10

8

81

77.9

vs. LATECH

12/17/11 86-67

W

31

61

.508

4

13

.308

20

27 .741 12

30

42

44.3 17

13 20

6

8

86

78.7

at St. John’s

12/18/11 64-60

L

23

60

.383

4

14

.286

10

14 .714 18

12

30

43.0 16

12 13

3

7

60

77.0

at Missouri

12/22/11 58-48

L

18

71

.254

3

17

.176

9

16 .563 24

31

55

44.0 21

4

13

1

9

48

74.6

SETON HALL

12/30/11 82-73

W

25

55

.455

6

16

.375

26

38

684

16

36

39

43.6 12

15 10

1

8

82

75.2

TULANE

1/5/12

61-59

W

27

62

.435

3

14

.214

4

11 .364

9

20

29

42.6 11

21

8

4

12

61

74.1

at UTEP

1/8/12

66-60

L

24

63

.381

5

11

.455

7

14 .500

9

29

38

42.3 16

12 15

2

10

60

73.2

EAST CAROLINA

1/15/12

62-59

W

22

64

.344

4

12

.333

14

33 .424 22

25

47

42.6 22

13 19

3

18

62

72.5

at USM

1/19/12

85-44

W

31

61

.508

11

16

.688

12

25 .480 17

34

51

43.1 16

22 23

3

15

85

73.2

at UAB

1/22/12

70-59

W

22

50

.440

4

10

.400

22

31 .710 14

31

45

43.2 17

13 17

1

5

70

73.1

MARSHALL

1/26/12

71-58

W

25

65

.385

2

8

.250

19

27 .704 20

21

41

43.1 14

13 17

2

20

71

72.9

at East Carolina

1/29/12

69-56

W

30

63

.476

2

12

.167

7

15 .467 16

23

39

42.8 13

18 16

2

12

69

72.8

USM

2/2/12

62-54

L

19

77

.247

5

26

.192

11

18 .611 25

18

43

42.9 18

11 17

4

19

54

71.9

UCF

2/4/12

65-57

W

27

57

.474

4

13

.308

7

15 .467

7

21

28

42.2 15

16 11

5

13

65

71.5

at SMU

2/9/12

60-55

W

25

64

.391

1

9

.111

9

17 .529 17

22

39

42.0 15

14 14

4

10

60

71.0

HOUSTON

2/12/12

69-41

W

25

71

.352

5

19

.263

14

23 .609 31

31

62

42.9 20

18 17

2

10

69

71.0

at Marshall

2/16/12 65/54

L

17

52

.327

1

9

.111

19

32 .594 15

33

48

43.1 15

9

24

5

9

54

70.3

at UCF

2/19/12 61-54

W

22

51

.431

4

11

.364

13

30 .433 14

32

46

43.2 21

9

24

2

10

61

69.9

UAB

2/23/12 71-56

W

28

53

.528

3

7

429

12

20 .600

9

37

46

43.3 21

19 17

2

6

71

70.0

TULSA

2/26/12 66-64

W

20

56

.357

1

9

.111

25

31 .806 20

20

40

43.2 16

6

18

0

15

66

69.8

at Rice

3/1/12 65-60

W

24

54

.444

2

6

.333

15

23 .652

8

27

35

42.9 15

14 13

0

8

65

69.7

SMU

3/8/12 77-67

W

23

59

.390

4

17

.235

27

41 .629 17

25

472 42.9 15

9

10

3

9

77

69.9

TULANE

3/9/12 63-44

L

17

60

.283

1

16

.063

9

21 .429 14

27

41

42.8 15

11 16

4

15

44

69.1

CHATTANOOGA

3/15/12 60-59

W

25

69

.362

4

16

.250

6

11 .545 22

19

41

42.8 11

13 11

0

1

60

68.8

at Missouri State

3/17/12 85-65

L

25

67

.373

3

17

.176

12

30 .400 22

20

42

42.7 20

11 15

1

17

65

68.7

MEMPHIS

2266

840 2060 .408

126

445 .283

460 780 .590 552 858 1410 42.7 550 471 516 93 388 2266 68.7

OPPONENTS

1973

733 1957 .375

146

487 .300

361 559 .646 490 845 1335 40.5 615 395 662 116 246 1973 59.8

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MEMPHIS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY COACHING CHANGE IV Leo Lindsey takes over as the first full-time girls’ physical education teacher and basketball coach in 1925. A star player at George Peabody College, Lindsey guides the team to a 11-0-1 record. The one tie was against Middle Tennessee State Teachers College, 31-31. The West Tennessee team asked for a play-off, but the Middle Tennessee team refused. The Tigresses claimed a tie for state and southern honors.

The first women’s basketball team at West Tennessee Normal School (1917). THE START OF IT ALL The doors of the West Tennessee State Normal School (WTNS) opened at 10:00 a.m. on the morning of September 10, 1912. Fewer than 300 students were enrolled in the twoyear teachers’ school located in rural Shelby County. President Seymore Mynders presided over a faculty of 25 teachers. AND TO THE COURT WE GO The first women’s practice game was played with no score reported in December of 1913. The first recorded interscholastic game was played on Jan. 24, 1914 when the Tigresses beat Whitehaven High School, 24-0 at Whitehaven. BRING ON THE PICTURES The first photograph of a women’s basketball team at then-West Tennessee Normal School appeared in the DeSoto (the now-defunct college yearbook) in 1917. Mrs. Caldwell is the coach and Miss King is the manager. HEY COACH! Prior to the start of the 1919-1920 year, Mrs. Frank (Martha) L.T. Teuton becomes the first women’s coach at WTNS. She had played on a team at Peabody College. During her first season, the Tigresses finished 10-4. THE OLE COLLEGE TRY West Tennessee Normal School played its first intercollegiate game on Dec. 4, 1920 against Union University (Jackson, Tenn.), winning 35-15. The team would go on to finished with a 15-1-1 record with the only loss being a 19-14 loss at Troy (a small west Tennessee high school). SMALLPOX The women’s basketball team was off to a 13-0 record to start the 1921-22 season, but had to end the season as the result of having been vaccinated for smallpox. The team’s 13-0 record was the first-ever unbeaten team at West Tennessee Normal School. 46

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LEAVE THE LIGHT ON FOR US The 1925-26 team was the first to stay in dorms and hotels, not private homes, when playing on the road. The team also began travelling by train to out-of-town games. CONFERENCE AFFILIATION AND THE ENSUING HARDWARE On Dec. 9, 1927, the Mississippi Valley Conference was formed. Included in this conference were Tennessee, Juniors at Martin, Lambuth College, Murray State Normal, Bethel College, Will Mayfield College, Jonesboro College, Delta State Teachers College and Sunflower Junior College. WTSNS would win the first conference championship in 1927-28. The team finished with a 12-3 record and was recognized as the city, tri-state and Mississippi Valley Conference Champions. WTSNS beat Delta State in the conference championships, 31-27. Ophelia Gaulding, Dot Wood, Mary Sue Moody and Mary Skinner earned All-Conference honors. FIRST ALL-AMERICAN Mary Sue Moody was named the program’s first All-American following the 1927-28 season. That team was also invited to the National AAU Girls Basketball Championship in Wichita, Kan., Mar. 29-31. COACHING CHANGE V Leo Lindsey retired after the 1927-28 season to get married and to start a family, wrapping up her career with a 32-8-1 record. Ethel Gentry Blackman, a former player at Middle Tennessee State Teachers, was named the girls athletic director, physical education

The Early Years history was compiled from the dissertation of Dr. Jane H. Hooker, A History of the Women’s Sports Program at Memphis State University: 1912-1938. Dr. Hooker received her B.S. in 1968 and her M. Ed. in 1968 in health, physical education and recreation from Memphis State University, and her Ed. S, 1974 and Ph.D., 1988 from the University of Mississippi. She was a member of the basketball team in the 1960s and was coach of the women’s volleyball team from 1970-72.


MEMPHIS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY teacher and basketball coach in 1929. Blackman’s first team went 8-1 with their lone loss being to a Margaret Wade-powered Delta State team. NEW CONFERENCE FOES The Tigresses also gained some new conference foes in 1929, as Tennessee Polytechnical Institute, Middle Tennessee State Teachers College, and Freed-Hardeman Junior College are added to the Mississippi Valley Conference. RULE CHANGE The women’s basketball game changed in 1930-31. The team played two-division ball with six players. The center was allowed to go to forward after the tip, so there were three forwards and three guards. SLUMP The early 1930’s were not very good to the Tigresses, as the team suffered its first losing season since 1924-25 by finishing with a 4-8 record in 1931-32. MORE RULE CHANGES Just two years after the last rule changes, the women’s game changed again. The court was now divided into two sections. Guards were now allowed to guard the entire court and were allowed to keep the forwards from shooting from behind the head. Also, all shots counted two points now. The Mississippi Valley Conference also gained a new member when Martin College of Pulaski, Tenn., was added. DECLINING AN INVITATION TO DANCE The 1932-33 team got off to a school history worst 0-3 start, but rallied back to finish 4-6. They were invited to the National AAU Tournament in Wichita, Kan., but Head Coach Ethel Blackman declined the invite because the team did not win the MVC Tournament. NO FUNDING, NO DANCING The 1933-34 squad got back on track with a 14-2-2 record, losing to Lambuth in the finals of the MVC Tournament. Despite the loss, WTSTC was invited to the National Invitational Basketball Tournament, but was unable to go due to the lack of financial backing. YET ANOTHER RUNNER-UP FINISH In 1934-35, WTSTC lost in the championship game of the MVC tournament, this time falling to Lambuth. The loss dropped WTSTC to 12-1 on the season. THE ELMA ROANE ERA BEGINS AND AN ATHLETICS PROGRAM ENDS Elma Roane was an incoming freshman at WTSTC the year the women’s athletic programs were abolished in 1936. The women of West Tennessee State Teachers College would have

to play intramural sports for the next 35 years, also forming teams to play in the Memphis Park Commission League. The teams played under the name Memphis State in the Park Commission League, but did not receive financial support or other recognition as there was no women’s athletic program. COACH ROANE Elma Roane became the team’s coach in 1966-67 and the teams started to receive some funds to compete in limited extramural competition against other intercollegiate teams in the West Tennessee area. Roane expanded that area in 1966-67 to include Eastern Arkansas and Southwest Missouri areas. Jane Hooker was a member of this 1966-67 team. TENNESSEE COLLEGE WOMEN’S SPORTS FOUNDATION The Tennessee College Women’s Sports Federation was formed in 1969. Memphis competed in some competition through the TCWSF under head coach Harriette Lavenue. AND WE’RE BACK! The 1970s saw the return of women’s basketball to the Memphis campus after a 35-year absence. Mary Lou Johns was named the head coach of the Lady Tiger program and began a 20-year reign of the program that put Memphis in the national spotlight. GAME ONE In the winter of 1972, the Lady Tigers took the court for the first time in over 35 years. Memphis recorded an 83-27 victory over Jackson State Community College, the first of 377 victories in Johns’ career. Memphis finished that season with a 17-6 record. FIRST 20-WIN SEASON The 1973-74 season was the first 20-win season in the history of the program. The team finished with a 23-9 record. The following year, the team would set a new record for total wins by winning 29 games. 100 POINT GAME Memphis had its first 100-point game with a 114-49 win over Arkansas State. That same season, the Lady Tigers would defeat UT Chattanooga, 102-78. FIRST TO 1,000 Terri Galloway became the first 1,000 point scorer in Memphis history in 1975. For her career (1973-1975), she finished with 1,046 points. NEXT TO 1,000, ONE YEAR LATER The following season, 1975-76, Lynn Enzweiller finished her career with 1,185 points.

CLOSING THE BOOKS ON BOOKER Betty Booker wrapped up her playing career in 1979-80. When the 5-5 guard from Hampshire, Tenn., hung up her high tops, she held 20 of 32 individual records, including games played, scoring average and field goal percentage. Booker also held the career record for single game scoring after scoring 41 points in a win over Middle Tennessee State on Nov. 18, 1978. That record stood until Tamika Whitmore broke it with a 45-point outing on Mar. 17, 1999. INTO THE RANKINGS Memphis broke in to the national rankings for the first time in 1977 (see page 25 for more detailed information). That same season, Memphis tied the school record for wins with a 29-9 overall record. METRO CONFERENCE BEGINNINGS The 1979-80 season was the first year Memphis competed in the Metro Conference. Memphis entered the tournament as the No. 1 seed that season, but fell to Louisville, 75-72, in the finals. Memphis managed an 18-13 record that year, despite losing two of their all-time leading scorers to injury.

ALL-CONFERENCE HONOREES MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONFERENCE 1927-28 Opehlia Gaulding Dot Wood Mary Sue Moody Mary Skinner 1928-29 Mattie Harpole Mary Skinner 1930-31 Marian Scrivener, First Team Floy Dickinson, Second Team 1933-34 Sammie Rushing Hazel Goodwin 1934-35 Hazel Goodwin Hazael Pegues 1935-36 Stella Schnupp, honorable mention Hazel Pegues, honorable mention Olga Distretti, honorable mention

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MEMPHIS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY BREAKING IN TO THE TOP 10 Memphis upended #10 Stephen F. Austin on Jan. 9, 1982 for the program’s first-ever win over a top 10 program. The team would move up to No. 10 itself on Jan. 31, 1981. Memphis ranked at No. 10 through a 13-game winning streak and fell to No. 16 with a loss to East Tennessee State. CONFERENCE CHAMPS The 1981-82 team claimed the Metro Conference Championship with an 83-59 win over Cincinnati in the finals. Memphis was the sixthhighest scoring team in the nation and had the seventh-best win-loss percentage (26-5, .830). THE BIG DANCE APPEARANCE Memphis appeared in its first NCAA Tournament in 1981-82, advancing all the way to the Sweet 16. Kim Duppins was named a Kodak Region II All-American at the Mid-America Classic, while Linda McKinnie became the third Lady Tiger to score 2,000 points in her career. Regina Street was named the Most Valuable Player at the Metro Conference Tournament and Diane Jones was named to the All-Metro team. GET THE LADDER, WE’RE HANGING MORE JERSEYS The late 70’s and early 80’s saw a lot of ‘gym improvements’ take place at Memphis as four players had their jerseys retired. Following Betty Booker (1980) and Linda Street (1980), Memphis added Linda McKinnie and Kim Duppins to the rafters following the 1981-82 season. Regina Street would have her jersey hung from the rafters in 1984-85. No Lady Tiger since Regina Street has had her jersey retired. A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME APPEARANCE In 1982-83, the Lady Tigers earned a berth in the National Women’s Invitational Tournament in Amarillo, Texas. The team defeated Southern Illinois, 77-69, in the first round, then defeated Oral Roberts, 88-61. In the championship game against the University of New Orleans, Memphis State fell 68-58.

A MAJOR STEP FORWARD Leading up to the 1976-77 season, the women’s athletic department received additional funding which enabled coaches to expand their recruiting base. In addition to more funding, a full-time women’s athletic trainer was added to the program with the hiring of Linda Arnold. Arnold had a hand in caring for the first six scholarship athletes at the University of Memphis. The six scholarship players in 1976-77 were the first women’s athletes to ever receive an athletic scholarship at the University of Memphis. One of those recipients was Betty Booker, who continues to be Memphis’ all-time leading scorer with 2,835 career points. Linda Street was another of the first six scholarship athletes, finishing her career ranked fourth with 2,147 career points. END OF AN ERA Mary Lou Johns led the Lady Tigers to unprecedented heights. She had five nationallyranked teams in the late 70’s and early 80’s (1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1981-82, 198485). She also guided Memphis to NCAA appearances in 1981-82, 1984-85 and 1986-87. But following the program’s first-ever .500 season in 1987-88 and back-to-back-to-back losing seasons from 1988-1991, Johns was replaced by Joye Lee-McNelis on Apr. 11, 1991. Coach Johns finished her career with a 368215 record. NEW COACH, NEW CONFERENCE Prior to the 1991-92 season at Memphis State, the team had to adjust not only to a new coach, but to a new conference as the Great Midwest Conference was formed on Nov. 11, 1990. The league included UAB, Cincinnati, DePaul, Marquette, Saint Louis and Memphis and began competition during the 1991-92 season. BRINGING THE GREAT MIDWEST HARDWARE BACK TO MEMPHIS It was not a coincidence that with the arrival of Keeta Matthews, came the addition of some honors and awards from the Great Midwest Conference Office. Matthews was named the Great Midwest Newcomer of the Year and a first team all-conference honoree. The following season, freshman Kitty Allen would be named the Great Midwest Newcomer of the Year. NO LONGER MEMPHIS STATE On July 1, 1994, Dr. V. Lane Rawlins announced a name change for the University, changing from Memphis State to the University of Memphis. The change was powered in an effort to bring more attention to the urban University’s commitment to education and research.

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ending the University of Southern Cal, coached by Hall of Famer Cheryl Miller, at Memorial Coliseum in Nashville, Tenn. CONFERENCE USA BEGINS The Great Midwest Conference was shortlived for the Lady Tigers, as Memphis was one of 11 institutions to begin play in 1995 in the newly-formed Conference USA. The conference was officially unveiled on Apr. 25, 1995 at Harry Caray’s Restaurant in Chicago. FOUR STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES From 1994-1998, Memphis made four straight NCAA tournament appearances, advancing past the first round just once, in 1994-95. TURN ON THE TUBE The Lady Tigers made their first appearance on national television in 1996 when the team upset DePaul University in overtime of the Conference USA Championship Finals. (For complete history on TV, see pg. 24). GOING PRO Following the 1997-98 season, LaTonya Johnson was listed as an honorable mention pick on the Basketball Times all-America squad. Also an all-conference honoree and tournament MVP, Johnson capped her Memphis career with 2,232 points. She was drafted by the Utah Starzz of the WNBA following the 1998 season. She would play seven seasons in the WNBA before returning to Memphis in 2007-08 to complete her degree. MORE POST SEASONS After appearing in four straight NCAA tournaments, the Lady Tigers appeared in three straight WNIT tournament from 1998-2001. The 1998-99 squad advanced to the WNIT Final Four before falling at Wisconsin, 92-73. ANOTHER SEASON, ANOTHER PRO Tamika Whitmore capped her four-year career at Memphis in 1998-99 as one of the school’s top scorers and rebounders. After representing the United States on the


MEMPHIS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY Jones Cup team in the summer of 1998, Whitmore was drafted in 1999 30th overall by the New York Liberty. Whitmore capped her career as a two-time C-USA Player of the Year, a threetime all-conference honoree and an honorable mention all-American honoree by Associated Press, the Basketball Times and the Kodak AllAmerican teams.

SAVAGE RETURNS It took a little less than a month before the Tigers were introducing their third head coach of the modern era. On June 10, 2004, Blair Savage-Lansden was introduced as the new head coach. But she had a ton of familiarity with the program after serving as an assistant coach under McNelis for nine seasons.

FIVE STRAIGHT 20-WIN SEASONS From 1994 to 1999, Memphis posted five straight 20-win seasons. The five 20 win seasons were five of 16 total 20-win seasons the Tigers have posted coming in to the 2007-08 season.

A NEW HOME COURT On Oct. 15, 2004, the Lady Tigers joined the Tiger men’s basketball team in Midnight Madness Festivities at FedExForum in downtown Memphis, the University’s first event in the new facility.

POST SEASON STREAK SNAPPED The 2001-02 team struggled to an 11-17 overall record, snapping a seven-year streak of post-season appearances by a Lady Tiger team.

ANOTHER MEMBERSHIP CHANGE Heading in to the 2005-06 season, Memphis’ league opponents looked a little different as Louisville, Cincinnati, DePaul, Marquette, Saint Louis, USF and TCU all left Conference USA and were replaced by UCF, Marshall, Rice, UTEP and Tulsa.

TRIPLE DOUBLE WITHOUT A SHOT TAKEN In that 2001-02 season, Memphis saw some history. Kalara McFadyen, a 5-6 point guard, recorded what is believed to be the first-ever triple-double in the NCAA, WNBA and NBA histories without ever taking a single shot. McFadyen totaled 10 rebounds, 12 assists, and 10 steals on Feb. 3, 2002 against Charlotte, as was featured in several national publications, including USA Today, Sports Illustrated and NCAA News. CLOSING UP A MEMPHIS LANDMARK No one knew it at the time, but Memphis’ win over UALR on Dec. 20, 2003 would be the last Lady Tigers game played at the Pyramid. It would be announced during the off-season that Memphis would join the NBA Grizzlies and the Tiger men’s basketball team in FedExForum beginning in 2004-05. MCNELIS RETURNS HOME On May 14, 2004, Joye Lee-McNelis was introduced as the new head coach at the University of Southern Miss, her alma mater. She wrapped her Lady Tiger coaching career with a 229-156 overall record and eight post-season appearances.

A PAIR OF FORMER MEMPHIS ASSISTANTS ON THE SIDELINES The Lady Tigers opened Blair Savage’s coaching career with a 54-40 win over Mercer on Nov. 19, 2004. The match-up featured two former Lady Tiger assistant coaches as Mercer was led by former assistant coach Brenda Welch-Nichols with former student-manager Toby Bush as an assistant. MEMPHIAN BACK IN UNIFORM In Blair Savage’s first recruiting class was Wooddale HS alum Paris Leonard. Leonard became the first native Memphian in over 10 seasons to sign and suit up for the Lady Tiger basketball team. 1,000 POINT SCORERS Under Savage’s time at Memphis, two more Lady Tigers passed the 1,000-career point mark. Victoria Crawford passed the mark out of the country at a tournament in Cancun. She became the second Tiger in as many seasons to pass the 1,000 career point mark in a loss to Western Kentucky, a feat Princess Swilley accomplished the previous season. Two seasons later, Devin Necaise became the 18th Memphis player to pass the 1,000 point mark with 13 points in a game at East Carolina.

BACK-TO-BACK WNBA DRAFTEES Memphis had back-to-back seasons with WNBA draftees in 1998 and 1999. LaTonya Johnson was drafted by the Utah Starzz in 1998, while Tamika Whitmore was drafted the following season by the New York Liberty. Johnson played seven seasons in the WNBA, while Whitmore played 11 seasons in the WNBA, including an All-Star appearance in 2006 as a member of the Indiana Fever. Whitmore also helped the Connecticut Sun to a second place finish in the WNBA’s Eastern Conference in the summer of 2008.

SAVAGE ENDS MEMPHIS AFFILIATION After guiding Memphis to a tie for sixth place in the regular season Conference USA standings, Blair Savage resigned from the Memphis head coaching job on Mar. 3, 2008. She finished her coaching career at Memphis with a 30-88 record over four seasons. A NEW ERA BEGINS On April 18, 2008, Memphis named Melissa McFerrin the fourth head coach of the program’s modern era. McFerrin, who had just been named the Patriot League Coach of the Year earlier in the season after guiding American University to its first post-season appearance since 1997-98, brought both college and WNBA experience to the Memphis program. In her four years at American, she helped the team to the championship game of the Patriot League and led a team that was recognized by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association as an Academic Top-25 team. ON COURT & RECRUITING SUCCESS In McFerrin’s first year, the team put together its first .500 or better non-conference record since 2004-05, won four C-USA road games and put together a 12-18 record. Off the court, McFerrin’s staff put together a recruiting class that was ranked No. 1 in Conference USA by the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and by the end of the signing period, the Tiger staff had signed 12 new faces in a total of 13 months, including 10 newcomers for McFerrin’s second season. SCHOOL SINGLE GAME SCORING MARK FALLS On Nov. 27, 2009, then-sophomore guard Brittany Carter was playing her fifth game in a Memphis uniform and made it count, going 16-for-28 from the floor and 15-for-20 from the free-throw line to finish a victory over Sacramento State at the University of Washington tournament with 49 points. The 49 points broke Tamika Whitmore’s single game scoring mark and also broke Larry Finch’s single game mark, giving Carter the University of Memphis single scoring record for both men and women. BACK IN THE POST SEASON In just McFerrin’s second season, the Tigers returned to the post-season, qualifying for the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI). The Tigers advanced all the way to the championship game of the WBI tournament, before falling to host Appalachian State 7971, in the championship game. Brittany Carter and Ramses Lonlack both were named to the all-tournament team, the second set of postseason awards for the duo. Carter had also been named the C-USA Newcomer of the Year and was an All-C-USA First Team honoree, while Lonlack was an All-Defensive team honoree.

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ing handed out. The call came from the WNIT, the Tigers’ first WNIT berth since the 2003-04 season. The WNIT spot also put Memphis in the post season for back-to-back years for the first time since the 1999-2000 and 2000-01 (also WNIT bids).

WIN AT BIG TEN FOE Memphis opened the 2010-2011 season with high expectations. Coming off a WBI Finals appearance, the Tigers stubbed their toes with a season-opening loss to Missouri in FedExForum, then bounced back with a win over Grambling State before taking to the road for the program’s first match-up at a Big 10 foe since the 1998-99 Tiger squad lost at Wisconsin in the semifinals of the WNIT. This time, the fates were reversed, as Memphis had a career-best game from freshman point guard Bilqis AbdulQaadir, and left Bloomington with an 80-71 victory, Memphis’ first win over a Big 10 opponent since Nov. 30, 2002 (vs. Michigan State, 59-56). It was also Memphis’ first-ever road win at a Big 10 opponent.

COMPLETING A RENOVATION The behind-the-scenes facilities in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse underwent a $1.3 million renovation that opened on Aug. 1st, 2011. The renovation was a total gut-out of the locker room areas and resulted in two new locker rooms for volleyball and basketball, a new student-athlete lounge, a new doctor’s exam area and wet/shower area and a coaches’ meeting and locker area.

TEN IN A ROW Memphis won 10 straight games (Nov. 28Jan. 9) to tie the fifth-longest win streak in school history before that streak was snapped by UTEP, 60-55.

18 IN A ROW The UTEP loss also snapped a winning streak in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse for the Tigers. The 18 straight wins in the Fieldhouse was the second-longest streak ever, behind a 31-game winning streak dating from 1977 to 1/27/1980. CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT SUCCESS Memphis struggled to an 8-8 mark in the conference slate to close out 2010-11 with a slew of injuries. But the Tigers rallied just in time for the league championships, defeating Southern Miss, 71-63, and upsetting No. 3 seed Rice, 63-52, to advance to the C-USA semifinals for the first time since the 1997-98 season.

TAKING IT INTERNATIONAL The summer of 2011 was a big one for the Tigers as the team took a 10-day tour of Italy, something that is allowable once every four years under NCAA rules. The tour included stops in Rome, Florence, Venice and Como and included four games against international competition. Memphis went 4-0 on the trip. LOSS OF A LEGEND Shortly after celebrating her 93rd birthday, women’s athletics pioneer Elma Neal Roane passed away on September 19, 2011. Roane came to then-West Tennessee State Teacher’s College in 1936 just as the school dropped women’s athletics. Roane continued to compete on intramural and city league teams and eventually joined the faculty at her alma mater as an instructor in the physical education area. She simultaneously helped build up both the health, physical education and recreation (HYPER) department and the women’s athletics department at then-Memphis State, also coaching volleyball, basketball and badminton before moving over to administration. She served as the women’s athletics director until her retirement in 1984. In 1993, the Memorial Gym, located in the heart of campus, was renamed the Elma Roane Fieldhouse in her honor. The university also has an endowed scholarship in her name in the area of HPER that has had over 43 recipients and the top award for a female student-athlete is called the Elma Roane Award. IMPENDING CHANGE On February 8th, the University of Memphis announced that beginning in the 2013-14 season, the Tigers would compete in the BIG EAST Conference. Memphis is joining fellow Conference USA members Houston, SMU and UCF in the move to the BIG EAST Conference.

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PAST MEMPHIS COACHES

Martha Teuton 1919-22 • 38-5-1

W.H. DePriest 1922-23 • 11-0

Crowley Davis 1923-24 • 4-4

Leo Lindsey 1924-27 • 32-8-1

ethel johnson 1928-29 • N/A

Ethel Blackman 1929-35 • 57-29-2

Elma Roane 1946-55 • N/A

1972-1991 • 368-215

Joye Lee-McNelis

Blair Savage-Lansden

1991-2004 • 229-156

Mary Lou Johns

2004-2008 • 30-88


ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1997-98 NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (22-8)

NO. 3 13 21 22 24 30 32 34 35 41 44

NAME Shanna Humphries Tiffany Collins Dwelia Smith Kelly Herron Yolanda Reed Heather Phillips LaTonya Johnson Annquienette Burkes Malissa Bush Rori Roberson Tamika Whitmore

HT 6-2 5-6 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-8 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-2

POS C G F G G G G/F F F G C

HOMETOWN Upland, Calif. Houston, Texas SoSo, Miss. Millington, Tenn. Coldwater, Miss. Rogers, Ark Winchester, Tenn. Buffalo, NY Cadiz, Ky. San Diego, Calif. Tupelo, Miss.

1996-97 NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (22-7)

NO. 3 11 13 21 23 24 25 30 32 33 34 35 44

NAME Shanna Humphries Michelle Tangle Regan Fedric Dwelia Smith Nicole Murry Kitty Allen Patosha Jeffery Heather Phillips LaTonya Johnson Niki Bolden Annquienette Burkes Heather Newlon Tamika Whitmore

HT 6-2 5-7 6-1 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-8 5-8 6-0 5-7 5-10 6-1 6-2

POS C G C F G G G G G/F G F C C

HOMETOWN Upland, Calif. Philadelphia, Miss. Clinton, Miss. SoSo, Miss. New Orleans, La. Paris, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Rogers, Ark Winchester, Tenn. West Memphis, Ark. Buffalo, NY McComb, Miss. Tupelo, Miss.

1995-96 NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (20-11)

NO. 10 13 21 23 24 25 30 32 33 35 42 44

NAME ShaKeisha Chambers Regan Fedric Dwelia Smith Nicole Murry Kitty Allen Patosha Jeffery Heather Phillips LaTonya Johnson Niki Bolden Heather Newlon Keeta Matthews Tamika Whitmore

HT 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-7 5-8 6-0 5-7 6-1 5-11 6-2

POS F C F G G G G G/F G C F C

HOMETOWN Los Angeles, Calif. Clinton, Miss. SoSo, Miss. New Orleans, La. Paris, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Rogers, Ark Winchester, Tenn. West Memphis, Ark. McComb, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. Tupelo, Miss.

1994-95 NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (22-8)

NO. 10 13 21 23 24 25 30 32 33 35 42

NAME ShaKeisha Chambers Regan Fedric Dwelia Smith Nicole Murry Kitty Allen Dena Love Tandelyn Lambert LaTonya Johnson Niki Bolden Heather Newlon Keeta Matthews

HT 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-8 5-4 6-0 5-7 6-1 5-11

POS F C F G G G G G/F G C F

HOMETOWN Los Angeles, Calif. Clinton, Miss. SoSo, Miss. New Orleans, La. Paris, Tenn. Jackson, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Winchester, Tenn. West Memphis, Ark. McComb, Miss. Memphis, Tenn.

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ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1986-87 NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (20-9)

NO. 3 10 21 22 24 30 35 40 52

NAME Rhonda Lauderdale Beth Brown Ruth Ann Forsythe Kori Gourley Michelle Winrow Connie Hibbler Phillis Vaughn Monica Glass Wanda Dillard

HT 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-7 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-10

POS G G G G F G C F F

HOMETOWN Memphis, Tenn. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Hendersonville, TN Springfield, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Tunica, Miss. Elkton, Ky. Brinkley, Ark.

1984-85 NCAA MIDEAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (23-7)

NO. 3 5 10 13 21 22 30 32 40 44 50 52 54

NAME Rhonda Lauderdale Cathy Williams Beth Brown Vera Webb Ruth Ann Forsythe Yvette Blue Connie Hibbler Camille Hudson Pamela Seymore Desma Hunt Regina Street Wanda Dillard Kathey Moore

HT 5-6 5-5 5-9 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-7 6-1 5-9 6-4 5-10 6-0

POS G G G F G G G G/F C F C F F/C

HOMETOWN Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Columbia, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Brinkley, Ark. Wynne, Ark.

1981-82 NCAA MIDEAST REGIONAL REGIONAL SEMI-FINALIST (26-5)

NO. 5 10 11 12 20 21 23 32 41 42 44 45 50 51 54

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NAME Lisa Dalton Ranee Fletcher Marcia Monk Kim Duppins Holly Buford Diane Jones Jaina Washer Debra Grandberry Paula Fuller Connie Collier Felicia Sparks Becky Clark Regina Street Linda McKinnie Nancy Lemp

HT 5-7 6-0 5-7 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-5 5-9 6-0 5-7 6-1 5-8 6-4 5-11 6-1

POS G F G C/F C G G F C G F F C F C

HOMETOWN McMinnville, Tenn. Paragould, Ark. Warwick, New York Union Bridge, Md. Florence, Ala. Boliver, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Stanton, Tenn. Denmark, Tenn. Somerville, Tenn. Savannah, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Boliver, Tenn. Islip Terrace, NY


ALL-TIME WNIT TEAMS 2011-12 WOMEN’S NIT SECOND ROUND (25-8)

NO. 1 2 3 5 10 13 21 25 32 33 35 55

NAME Alex Prince Jailyn Norris Jasmine Lee Lauren McGraw Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Danay Collier Kiana James Brittany Carter Ramses Lonlack Ann Jones Nicole Dickson Krishunda Harvey

HT 5-4 5-10 6-2 5-10 5-4 5-7 6-0 5-9 5-8 6-3 6-0 6-1

POS G G F G G G F G G P F P

HOMETOWN Memphis, Tenn. Chicago Heights, Ill. Bessemer, Ala. Lauderhill, Fla. Springfield, Mass. Bronx, N.Y. Jackson, Miss. Covington, Ga. Belabo, Covington Jackson, Tenn. Greeneville, Tenn. Dallas, Texas

2010-11 WOMEN’S NIT FIRST ROUND (21-13)

NO. 3 4 10 11 13 15 20 21 25 32 35 45 55

NAME Jasmine Lee Mary Jackson Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Alex Winchell Danay Collier Savannah Ellis Taylor Mumphrey Kiana James Brittany Carter Ramses Lonlack Nicole Dickson Starkitsha Luellen-Higgins Krishunda Harvey

HT 6-2 5-10 5-4 5-6 5-7 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-1

POS F G G G G C C F G G F F C

HOMETOWN Bessemer, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. Springfield, Mass. Atlanta, Ga. Bronx, N.Y. Wichita, Kan. Cedar Hill, Texas Jackson, Miss. Covington, Ga. Belabo, Covington Greeneville, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Dallas, Texas

2003-04 WOMEN’S NIT FIRST ROUND (21-10)

NO. 1 3 10 11 15 21 23 24 33 34 52

NAME Princess Swilley Victoria Crawford Jennifer Sullivan Raven Rogers Ashley Dixon Jordie Soso Devin Necaise Latrice Booker Charity Egenti Tamika Butler Megan Gooch

HT 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-11 5-5 6-2 5-5 6-0 6-2 5-3 6-3

POS G G F F G C G C C G C

HOMETOWN Hazlehurst, Miss. Birmingham, Ala. Jonesboro, Ark. Jackson, Miss. Little Rock, Ark. Melbourne, Australia Necaise Crossing, MS Winnfield, La. Lagos, Nigeria Marianna, Ark. Georgetown, Texas

2000-01 WOMEN’S NIT FIRST ROUND (17-13)

NO. 1 13 20 21 22 32 33 35 41 45 53 54

NAME Princess Swilley Tiffany Collins Danielle Barnard Tiffany Adkins Kelly Herron Deanna Farr Lauren Jackson Malissa Bush Melissa Abraham Kaneshi Hart Patrice Boyd Shannon Hamp

HT 5-8 5-6 5-4 6-0 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-2

POS G G G F G C G F F C F C

HOMETOWN Hazlehurst, Miss. Houston, Texas Oak Ridge, Tenn. Dyer, Tenn. Millington, Tenn. Pontotoc, Miss. Kansas City, Mo. Cadiz, Ky. Houston, Texas Russellville, Ky. Brownsville, Tenn Monroe, La.

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NO. 10 13 15 20 21 22 23 24 32 33 35 41 53 54

NAME Pasha Cook Tiffany Collins Tamika Rogers Rachel Bell Tiffany Adkins Kelly Herron Monica Blaylock Yolanda Reed Deanna Farr Lauren Jackson Malissa Bush Melissa Abraham Patrice Boyd Shannon Hamp

HT 5-8 5-6 5-10 5-7 6-0 5-9 6-5 5-8 6-2 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-2

POS G G G G F G C G C G F F F C

HOMETOWN Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Jackson, Miss. Nashville, Tenn. Dyer, Tenn. Millington, Tenn. Smithville, Miss. Coldwater, Miss. Pontotoc, Miss. Kansas City, Mo. Cadiz, Ky. Houston, Texas Brownsville, Tenn Monroe, La.

1998-99 WOMEN’S NIT SEMIFINALS (22-10)

NO. 13 20 22 23 24 30 33 35 41 44 55

NAME Tiffany Collins Rachel Bell Kelly Herron Monica Blaylock Yolanda Reed Heather Phillips Lauren Jackson Malissa Bush Melissa Abraham Tamika Whitmore Brandi Whitfield

HT 5-6 5-7 5-9 6-5 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-1

POS G G G C G G G F F C C

HOMETOWN Houston, Texas Nashville, Tenn. Millington, Tenn. Smithville, Miss. Coldwater, Miss. Rogers, Ark. Kansas City, Mo. Cadiz, Ky. Houston, Texas Tupelo, Miss. Clarksville, Tenn.

1982-83 NATIONAL WOMEN’S INVITATIONAL RUNNER-UP (20-12)

NO. 5 10 13 15 21 22 23 32 40 41 42 44 50 52

NAME Lisa Dalton Ranee Fletcher Vera Webb Kim Pope Diane Jones Yvette Blue Jaina Washer Debra Grandberry Karen Diggs Paula Fuller Lesia Warren Felicia Sparks Regina Street Wanda Simpson

HT 5-7 6-0 5-10 5-5 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-1

POS G F F G G G G F F C F F C C

HOMETOWN McMinnville, Tenn. Paragould, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Purtherford, Tenn. Boliver, Tenn. Columbia, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Stanton, Tenn. Wynne, Ark. Denmark, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Savannah, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Tunica, Miss.

2009-10 WBI

CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS (20-14) NO. 0 1 2 3 4 10 11 15 20 23 25 32 35 45 54

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NAME Tehani Goldsmith Jasmine Lee Chatia Kelsey Christine Lesane Mary Jackson Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Alex Winchell Savannah Ellis Taylor Mumphrey LaToya Bullard Brittany Carter Ramses Lonlack Nicole Dickson

Starkitsha Luellen-Higgins

HT 5-8 6-2 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-4 5-6 6-1 6-3 5-7 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-0

POS G P G F G G G P P G G G F P

HOMETOWN Phoenix, Ariz. Bessemer, Ala. Harvest, Ala. Brooklyn, N.Y. Memphis, Tenn. Springfield, Mass. Atlanta, Ga. Wichita, Kan. Cedar Hill, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Covington, Ga. Belabo, Cameroon Greeneville, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.


ALL-TIME POSTSEASON BOX SCORES MEMPHIS 72, OLE MISS 70

TENNESSEE 78, MEMPHIS 68

MARCH 12, 1982, MEMPHIS, TENN. NCAA FIRST ROUND

OLE MISS King Fortenberry Thompson Newborn Brooks Smith Conner TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 5-8 0-1 3 1 10 1-2 0-0 2 2 2 2-9 2-2 2 4 6 1-9 0-0 0 0 2 4-11 3-3 8 3 11 4-8 4-6 8 4 12 12-18 3-5 10 3 27 29-65 12-17 36 17 70

MEMPHIS Dalton Monk Duppins Buford Jones Washer Grandberry Fuller Sparks McKinnie TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 2-4 0-0 0 0 4 10-13 1-4 11 4 21 1-1 0-0 1 1 2 5-8 0-1 2 3 10 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-4 0-0 6 3 0 1-1 2-2 0 3 4 2-5 5-8 1 1 9 9-21 4-4 1 2 22 30-58 12-19 34 18 72

MARCH 19, 1982, KNOXVILLE, TENN. NCAA MIDEAST SEMIFINALS

Halftime: Memphis 39, UM 35; Turnovers: Memphis 22, UM 26; Steals: Memphis 9, UM 6; Att.: 2,679.

TENNESSEE Ostrowski Haave Towns Collins Henry Hatmaker Clower Collins Larkey TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 7-11 2-5 10 2 16 9-13 2-2 4 2 20 8-14 7-9 10 3 23 3-6 2-3 5 4 8 1-5 0-0 0 2 2 0-1 0-0 0 3 0 1-2 2-2 1 2 4 1-1 0-0 3 1 2 1-7 1-2 3 0 3 31-60 16-24 42 119 78

MEMPHIS McKinnie Sparks Duppins Jones Monk Dalton Fletcher Buford Washer Grandberry Fuller TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 9-21 1-2 2 3 19 4-7 3-6 7 3 11 7-15 5-10 7 5 19 2-6 0-0 6 2 4 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-2 0-0 2 0 0 1-2 0-1 1 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-4 0-0 3 2 2 2-4 2-2 6 4 6 26-61 11-21 41 21 63

Halftime: U of M 23, UT 37; Turnovers: U of M 21, UT 17; Steals: U of M 9, UT 8; Att.: 3,413. Linda McKinnie scored 22 points in a win over Ole Miss in Memphis’ first-ever NCAA appearance.

MEMPHIS 77, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 69 MARCH 17, 1983 NWIT FIRST ROUND

MEMPHIS 88, ORAL ROBERTS 61 MARCH 18, 1983 NWIT SEMIFINAL

NEW ORLEANS 68, MEMPHIS 58 MARCH 19, 1983 NWIT CHAMPIONSHIP

SO. ILLINOIS Plab Warring Carr Peeples Jackson Price Faber TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 5-9 2-2 2 4 12 9-16 2-6 11 3 20 0-1 0-0 1 3 0 4-10 2-2 6 2 10 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 8-15 9-10 6 5 25 1-8 0-0 6 2 2 27-60 15-20 36 20 69

ORU Paden Dailey Andre Streets Montgomery Davis Maran Hendrix Lowery Johnson Rogers TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 4-7 0-0 2 1 8 2-4 0-0 2 1 4 2-5 2-5 2 5 6 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 5-11 0-1 6 3 10 6-12 0-0 4 5 12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-7 4-6 7 4 10 3-7 1-2 4 5 7 2-4 0-0 3 5 4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 27-58 7-14 37 30 61

NEW ORLEANS Taylor Anderson Lucht Gardes Johns Biggs Mage Stiles Hodge TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 0-3 0-0 0 2 0 4-11 2-2 8 2 10 5-6 0-2 3 3 10 1-2 2-3 0 1 4 0-0 2-2 2 0 2 3-9 2-5 11 2 8 1-1 0-1 3 5 2 3-5 0-0 1 3 6 10-21 6-8 5 1 26 27-58 14-23 38 19 68

MEMPHIS Dalton Webb Jones Blue Grandberry Fuller R. Street Simpson TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 3-7 5-7 6 1 11 0-0 0-2 2 3 0 2-13 0-1 6 2 4 0-1 2-2 0 0 2 4-8 4-7 3 3 12 8-9 1-1 4 4 17 9-17 3-6 14 4 21 5-9 0-0 1 3 10 31-64 15-26 40 20 77

MEMPHIS Daldon Fletcher Webb Pope Jones Blue Grandberry Diggs Fuller R. Street Simpson TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 3-9 2-2 5 1 8 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 5-11 7-9 4 2 17 0-1 0-0 1 2 0 7-8 5-8 10 3 19 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-6 3-4 3 1 5 9-13 9-10 6 4 27 4-12 4-7 2 4 12 29-61 30-40 38 19 88

MEMPHIS Dalton Webb Jones Grandberry Fuller R. Street Simpson Fletcher Blue TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 4-12 1-2 2 2 9 1-3 0-2 0 2 2 4-19 0-0 5 1 8 4-7 4-5 19 4 12 4-10 4-7 5 4 12 4-7 1-5 7 5 9 3-5 0-1 4 5 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 24-63 10-22 47 23 58

Halftime: U of M 31, SIU 28; Turnovers: U of M 7, SIU 7; Steals: U of M 5, SIU 3.

Halftime: U of M 37, ORU 30; Turnovers: U of M 10, ORU 26; Steals: U of M 11, ORU 9.

Halftime: U of M 36, UNO 34; Turnovers: U of M 16, UNO 16; Steals: U of M 5, UNO 10.

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ALL-TIME POSTSEASON BOX SCORES AUBURN 82, MEMPHIS 64

MARCH 16, 1985 NCAA MIDEAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND

VIRGINIA 76, MEMPHIS 65

MARCH 15, 1987 NCAA EAST REGIONAL SECOND ROUND

AUBURN Baroody Bolton O’Donnell Thomas Larkin Stewart Hill Dages TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb 7-9 6-9 2 5-14 2-2 7 0-0 0-0 0 4-9 0-0 10 8-12 0-0 7 2-5 4-6 8 6-16 3-4 9 1-3 1-1 0 33-68 16-22 45

PF TP 1 20 2 12 0 0 4 8 1 16 4 8 4 15 0 3 16 82

VIRGINIA Mayer Lank Carter Hawkins Holt Anderson Cardoza Bryant TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 6-16 0-0 6 2 12 4-6 1-1 6 2 9 3-7 9-9 3 4 15 3-14 2-2 6 2 8 5-10 2-2 5 4 12 7-9 0-0 5 1 14 3-7 0-0 3 0 6 0-1 0-0 4 1 0 31-70 14-14 40 16 76

MEMPHIS Williams Brown Webb R.Forsythe Hibbler Hudson R. Street Dillard Moore TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb 4-7 0-0 1 3-8 0-1 2 6-13 5-8 7 0-1 0-0 0 2-8 2-2 4 1-7 0-0 2 8-11 3-5 9 3-5 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 0 27-60 10-16 29

PF TP 2 8 2 6 5 17 1 0 3 6 3 2 4 19 1 6 1 0 22 64

MEMPHIS Glass Dillard Vaughn Lauderdale Hibbler Brown R. Forsythe TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 3-6 2-3 9 2 8 8-19 3-4 8 0 19 4-6 0-0 6 3 8 5-13 3-4 4 4 13 11-19 0-2 5 4 22 2-3 1-2 2 1 5 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 33-67 9-15 38 14 75

Halftime: U of M 34, AU 37; Turnovers: U of M 18, AU 11; Steals: U of M 5, AU 11; Officials: Sam Croft and Bill Franklin; Att.: 800.

Halftime: U of M 35, UV 38; Turnovers: U of M 19, UV 15; Steals: U of M 11, UV 12; Officials: Collins and Overacre; Att.: 964.

Kitty Allen scored 28 points in a win over Southern Cal in the 1995 NCAA First Round.

MEMPHIS 74, SOUTHERN CAL 72

MARCH 17, 1995, NASHVILLE, TENN. NCAA WEST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND

USC Gomez Thompson Campbell Shields Anton Jeffrey Jackson TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 1-6 2-2 5 1 4 10-18 2-2 15 3 22 4-7 0-0 5 3 8 10-22 8-10 4 4 28 1-7 0-0 0 5 2 4-4 0-0 9 4 8 0-0 0-0 2 10 0 30-64 12-14 45 20 72

MEMPHIS Johnson Matthews Newlon Allen Murry Fedric Love Bolden Smith TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 4-16 6-9 3 1 15 5-12 12-14 5 4 22 1-3 2-2 4 2 4 10-18 3-4 4 3 28 1-6 1-2 3 2 3 1-4 0-0 3 0 2 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 22-61 24-31 31 15 74

Halftime: U of M 35, USC 33; 3Pt Goals: U of M 6 (Allen, 5-8; Johnson, 1-8; Murry, 0-3), USC 0 (Thompson, 0-2; Anton, 0-3); Turnovers: U of M 21, USC 29; Steals: U of M 10, USC 10; Officials: Morningstar and Porep; Att.: 5,763

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MARCH 19, 1995, NASHVILLE, TENN. NCAA WEST REGIONAL SECOND ROUND

VANDERBILT Hillmon Sam Gorsica Blades Ostrom Jared Cunningham Dougherty Palmisano TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 5-11 3-5 4 2 13 5-10 34 8 2 13 5-7 0-1 4 2 10 1-4 0-0 2 2 2 6-9 1-3 6 1 13 0-2 0-0 1 3 0 6-12 0-0 5 2 12 4-6 9-11 8 1 17 3-9 8-8 8 2 15 35-70 24-32 48 17 95

MEMPHIS Matthews Johnson Newlon Murry Allen Bolden Fedric Love Smith TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 1-9 1-3 5 5 3 10-23 3-3 9 4 24 3-9 3-3 6 4 10 2-5 0-0 1 4 5 7-18 5-5 5 4 22 0-3 1-2 0 0 1 0-3 1-2 0 0 1 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 24-71 13-16 37 25 68

Halftime: U of M 24, VU 40; 3Pt Goals: U of M 7 (Johnson, 1-2; Newlon, 1-4; Murry, 1-2; Allen, 3-7; Bolden, 1-1), VU 1 (Sam, 0-1; Blades, 0-3; Jared, 0-2; Palmisano, 1-4); Turnovers: U of M 23, VU 16; Steals: U of M 6, VU 11.

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OHIO STATE 97, MEMPHIS 75 MARCH 16, 1996, KNOXVILLE, TENN. NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND

MEMPHIS Johnson Matthews Newlon Murry Allen Whitmore Bolden Phillips Jeffery Smith TEAM OHIO ST. Smith Glosson Negri Alberts Johnson Porter Jackson Fusetti Nichols Patterson Greene Barker Jones TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 9-17 2-4 7 1 23 4-13 10-10 12 5 18 1-2 0-0 0 4 3 2-6 0-0 2 3 4 4-20 0-0 6 4 10 3-7 1-2 4 4 7 1-5 4-4 3 2 7 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 1-3 0-0 0 1 3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 25-74 17-20 38 24 75 FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 6-12 11-11 5 3 26 1-2 0-0 3 3 2 1-2 0-0 2 2 2 5-12 0-0 5 0 15 8-12 1-3 3 3 17 5-6 6-6 4 2 16 0-3 3-6 9 1 3 4-4 2-2 3 0 10 0-2 2-2 2 2 2 0-0 2-3 0 1 2 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 31-56 27-33 42 18 97

Halftime: Memphis 33, Ohio State 42; Turnovers: Memphis 17, Ohio State 19; Steals: Memphis 10, Ohio State 8; Officials: Ralph Pickett, Bill Franklin, Becky Marsh


ALL-TIME POSTSEASON BOX SCORES NOTRE DAME 93, MEMPHIS 62 MARCH 15, 1997, AUSTIN, TEXAS NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND

MEMPHIS Johnson Whitmore Newlon Murry Allen Humphries Fedric Smith Jeffery Phillips Bolden Burkes TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 6-15 2-4 4 3 15 9-17 2-2 10 4 20 1-5 3-4 4 3 4 2-4 0-0 4 3 4 1-15 3-5 5 3 5 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 2-6 0-0 4 4 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-5 0-0 2 0 0 1-1 0-0 1 2 3 0-4 1-2 2 1 1 1-1 0-0 0 0 3 24-74 11-17 38 22 62

NOTRE DAME Morgan Bohman Gaither Peirick Augustin McMillen Grady Henderson Hutchison TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 5-13 4-6 5 0 15 5-8 2-5 9 2 12 9-15 6-7 12 2 24 4-7 2-2 7 3 11 4-7 4-4 2 0 12 3-9 0-1 5 2 8 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 4-4 1-2 4 4 9 1-2 0-0 2 0 2 35-66 19-27 51 15 93

YOUNGSTOWN STATE 91, MEMPHIS 80 MARCH 13, 1998, RALEIGH, NC NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND

MEMPHIS Smith Reed Phillips Johnson Whitmore Humphries Collins Herron Burkes TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 1-1 0-0 1 3 2 8-9 1-3 1 3 19 0-2 0-0 2 4 0 6-21 3-4 5 4 16 17-23 6-7 12 3 40 1-4 0-0 5 2 2 0-3 1-2 1 2 1 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 33-64 11-16 31 24 80

YOUNGSTOWN Cook McCombs Jones Beach Martin Majewski Cupples Kenneally TEAM

FG-A FT-A Reb PF TP 0-1 1-2 3 3 1 1-6 6-6 4 2 8 9-17 3-4 9 5 21 6-12 0-0 2 3 15 8-12 7-7 5 2 26 2-3 2-2 1 0 7 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 3-6 5-6 4 1 13 29-58 24-27 31 17 91

Halftime: Memphis 41,Youngstown St. 44; Turnovers: Memphis 19, YSU 17; Steals: Memphis 9, YSU 8; Officials: Nan Sisk, Frank Geiselman, Dennis Kelly

Halftime: Memphis 22,Notre Dame 41; Turnovers: Memphis 21, Notre Dame 21; Steals: Memphis 12, Notre Dame 13; Officials: Sally Bell, Greg Small, Mike Castle

MARCH 11, 1999, MEMPHIS, TENN. WNIT FIRST ROUND

MTSU FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A Burrell 6-12 0-0 2-2 3 0 Neeley 2-13 1-2 0-0 4 2 Chastain 4-10 1-5 0-2 7 3 Buck 2-3 0-0 0-0 0 3 Elder 2-7 1-4 6-6 0 2 Lufkin 3-8 0-2 3-4 2 0 McClure 1-1 0-0 1-2 2 2 Perkins 0-5 0-1 0-0 0 0 Thomatis 2-12 0-1 2-3 6 1 Conner 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Ainsworth 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 TEAM 22-72 3-15 14-19 34 13

PF 2 5 1 2 5 4 1 1 3 0 0 24

TP MP 14 28 5 31 9 29 4 16 11 29 9 18 3 8 0 4 6 25 0 1 0 11 61 200

MEMPHIS FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A Herron 2-7 0-4 2-2 8 6 Reed 3-7 0-0 4-7 5 7 Phillips 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 Bush 4-9 0-0 2-3 9 0 Whitmore 12-18 0-0 5-6 13 0 Collins 3-7 0-0 4-7 3 2 Bell 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 Jackson 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 1 Abraham 2-4 0-0 0-1 2 0 TEAM 27-56 0-5 17-26 49 17

PF 2 4 0 2 3 2 0 1 2 16

TP MP 6 27 10 29 0 14 10 28 29 36 10 28 0 3 2 19 4 16 71 200

Halftime: Memphis 34, MTSU 32; Blocks: MTSU 4 (Buck 2), Memphis 10 (Abraham 5); Steals: MTSU 13 (Burrell/ Elder 4) Memphis 7 (Reed 3). Attendance: 1542.

MEMPHIS 87, UT MARTIN 73 MARCH 14, 1999, MEMPHIS, TENN. WNIT SECOND ROUND

Tamika Whitmore led all players with 29 points in a 1999 WNIT win.

MEMPHIS 71, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 61

UT MARTIN Harris Webb Bohannan Fields Brown Wheeler Lockridge Jones Williams Brinkley TEAM

FG-A 4-10 0-8 4-7 2-14 1-11 3-6 5-8 0-1 0-0 3-5 22-70

3P-A FT-A 0-0 4-6 0-3 4-4 0-0 3-4 1-7 8-13 1-7 1-2 3-6 0-0 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 6-24 23-35

RB A PF TP MP 3 4 5 12 21 9 2 3 4 30 5 2 1 11 22 3 3 5 13 34 3 2 2 4 28 2 3 4 9 22 6 0 1 13 15 1 0 1 0 8 0 0 1 0 0+ 5 0 2 7 20 42 16 25 73 200

MEMPHIS Bush Whitmore Herron Reed Phillips Collins Bell Blaylock Jackson Abraham TEAM

FG-A 6-11 8-13 8-13 2-7 0-1 1-2 1-3 0-0 0-1 2-6 28-57

3P-A FT-A 0-0 1-2 1-3 8-10 2-3 0-0 0-2 4-6 0-1 2-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-1 3-4 0-0 6-6 3-10 28-37

RB A PF TP MP 5 1 4 13 25 3 3 4 25 23 6 2 1 18 30 7 6 2 8 29 2 4 0 2 18 4 1 2 4 21 0 1 2 2 14 4 1 4 2 16 0 1 1 3 8 9 1 4 10 16 42 21 24 87 200

Halftime: Memphis 40, UTM 30; Blocks: UTM 1 (Harris), Memphis 6 (Blaylock/Abraham 2); Steals: UTM 8 (Fields 4) Memphis 7 (Herron 2). Attendance: 1739.

MEMPHIS 101, ARKANSAS ST. 86 MARCH 17, 1999, MEMPHIS, TENN. WNIT QUARTERFINALS

ASU Hagood Johnson Chatman Evans Bradshaw Smith Rush Tackett Harris Davis Cottrell TEAM

FG-A 5-13 6-10 1-3 8-16 3-12 4-5 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-5 30-66

3P-A FT-A 1-4 9-10 0-1 1-1 0-0 2-2 1-3 1-2 3-4 4-4 2-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-4 7-17 19-26

RB A PF TP MP 1 5 3 20 36 5 1 5 13 18 2 0 5 4 11 4 2 4 18 38 7 2 2 13 30 2 2 0 10 26 2 3 4 0 20 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 5 8 14 36 15 30 86 200

MEMPHIS Herron Bush Whitmore Reed Phillips Collins Bell Jackson Abraham TEAM

FG-A 3-9 7-9 15-24 3-5 0-0 2-4 1-2 1-1 1-5 33-59

3P-A FT-A 1-4 2-3 0-0 3-6 2-5 13-15 1-1 9-11 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-5 4-11 31-42

RB A PF TP MP 2 3 1 9 31 5 4 2 17 28 13 4 2 45 37 5 3 4 16 36 1 7 1 1 21 2 1 3 4 18 0 0 2 2 6 0 1 0 2 7 5 1 4 5 16 35 24 19 101 200

Halftime: Memphis 45, ASU 45; Blocks: ASU 2 (Johnson/ Cottrell), Memphis 1 (Whitmore); Steals: ASU 9 (Evans 5) Memphis 10 (Reed 3). Attendance: 1948.

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ALL-TIME POSTSEASON BOX SCORES WISCONSIN 92, MEMPHIS 73

MEMPHIS 76, ARKANSAS ST. 74

MARCH 20, 1999, MADISON, WIS. WNIT FINAL FOUR

MEMPHIS Bush Whitmore Herron Reed Phillips Collins Bell Blaylock Jackson Abraham TEAM

FG-A 7-8 9-18 5-13 3-10 0-0 0-1 1-2 1-2 1-4 3-7 30-65

3P-A 0-0 2-3 3-8 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 7-16

UW Sims Moore Stomski Paulus Pate Black Cleary Jirovec Konieczny Wiersma TEAM

FG-A 7-16 7-13 10-15 3-5 1-5 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-4 33-59

3P-A FT-A 2-2 4-5 2-4 5-5 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-2 0-1 5-6 1-4 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 4-11 31-42

FT-A RB A PF TP MP 1-3 7 1 2 15 26 2-3 4 0 5 22 28 0-0 1 3 0 13 25 3-4 3 5 3 9 36 0-0 3 4 2 0 29 0-2 1 0 2 0 11 0-0 1 1 1 3 10 0-0 2 1 3 2 13 0-0 0 0 2 3 9 0-1 2 0 3 6 13 6-13 31 15 23 73 200 RB A PF 4 1 0 7 5 3 9 0 3 7 2 2 9 13 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

TP MP 20 30 21 31 21 28 8 27 7 32 9 23 0 4 0 2 2 9

35 24 19 101 200

Halftime: Memphis 45, ASU 45; Blocks: ASU 2 (Johnson/ Cottrell), Memphis 1 (Whitmore); Steals: ASU 9 (Evans 5) Memphis 10 (Reed 3). Attendance: 1948.

FLORIDA 74, MEMPHIS 71

MARCH 17, 2000, MEMPHIS, TENN. WNIT SECOND ROUND

UF FG-A Stocks 1-4 Bell 3-8 Travis 4-7 Mobley 5-6 Washington 6-26 Tibbs 0-0 McCain 2-9 O’Neil 3-3 Freeman 0-0 Cardenas 2-4 TEAM 26-67 MEMPHIS Collins Adkins Reed Abraham Hamp Rogers Herron Jackson Boyd TEAM

3P-A FT-A 0-0 2-2 1-3 6-8 0-1 1-3 0-0 3-5 2-8 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-4 2-2 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 4-16 18-29

RB A PF TP MP 4 1 4 4 20 6 9 4 13 35 0 0 4 9 12 10 1 1 13 28 9 1 2 15 37 0 0 0 0 1 3 8 2 7 38 5 0 3 9 12 1 1 0 0 4 2 0 3 4 13 46 21 23 74 200

FG-A 3P-A FT-A 3-7 1-3 1-2 7-13 0-1 7-9 0-3 0-1 4-4 3-7 0-0 0-1 3-7 0-0 4-6 2-3 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 6-12 1-4 2-2 25-57 2-11 19-26

RB A PF TP MP 3 4 3 8 30 9 4 4 21 28 4 4 2 4 37 6 1 3 6 27 4 1 4 10 29 2 0 3 5 10 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 1 2 15 4 3 5 15 21 36 20 25 71 200

Halftime: Memphis 36, UF 30; Blocks: UF 2 (Mobley) ; Memphis 1 (Jackson); Steals: UF 12 (McCain 5) Memphis 9 (three players with 3). Attendance: 1,247.

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ASU Goodall Evans Hagood Johnson Davis Lowman Smith McKiernan TEAM

FG-A 1-3 1-12 3-10 12-15 4-5 1-3 3-5 1-2 26-55

3P-A FT-A 1-3 2-2 1-6 3-4 2-6 3-3 4-6 2-3 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 9-23 13-18

RB A PF TP MP 0 1 1 5 16 7 5 4 6 37 2 3 5 11 28 8 1 4 30 34 5 0 2 10 20 1 0 5 2 19 3 1 1 7 23 4 0 4 3 23 30 11 26 74 200

MEMPHIS Adkins Collins Reed Abraham Hamp Rogers Herron Farr Jackson Boyd TEAM

FG-A 12-21 1-6 4-5 3-8 1-3 0-2 0-7 0-0 1-4 1-5 23-61

3P-A FT-A 0-1 12-17 0-0 7-8 0-0 3-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-3 1-2 1-10 29-39

RB A PF TP MP 11 2 3 36 24 2 1 4 9 39 4 7 1 11 37 10 2 3 8 30 0 0 3 2 23 0 0 0 4 7 2 1 0 0 12 1 0 1 0 5 0 0 1 2 9 3 1 4 4 14 38 14 20 76 200

Halftime: Memphis 33, ASU 33; Blocks: ASU 0 ; Memphis 1 (Reed 1); Steals: ASU 7 (Evans 3) Memphis 15 (Adkins 6). Attendance: 1,452. Tiffany Adkins’ 36 points helped Memphis to a 76-74 WNIT first round win over Arkansas State.

ALABAMA 77, MEMPHIS 67

MARCH 15, 2001, TUSCALOOSA, ALA. WNIT FIRST ROUND

MEMPHIS Adkins Abraham Boyd Hamp Collins Swilley Barnard Herron Farr Jackson Bush TEAM

FG-A 8-18 2-4 1-4 2-8 2-6 1-5 0-0 1-2 1-2 1-3 5-12 24-64

3P-A FT-A 1-2 2-2 0-0 3-4 0-2 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-1 2-2 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 4-4 0-0 1-3 3-11 16-20

RB A PF TP MP 6 4 5 19 32 7 1 2 7 19 10 0 4 3 23 5 0 3 6 25 3 4 2 6 24 2 2 0 3 19 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 3 3 6 0 0 1 2 4 1 1 1 7 16 7 1 4 11 28 44 13 27 67 200

BAMA Hunter Crenshaw Cartwell Carruth Redus Vice Taylor Papisan TEAM

FG-A 1-7 2-5 9-13 2-7 0-3 7-16 1-4 1-2 23-57

3P-A FT-A 0-0 7-8 0-0 2-5 0-0 5-6 1-4 6-8 0-2 0-2 7-13 1-2 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-1 8-20 23-34

RB A PF TP MP 5 0 4 9 22 10 4 1 6 32 7 2 3 23 35 1 4 0 11 33 4 1 4 0 32 5 4 2 22 29 1 1 1 4 6 3 0 5 2 11 42 16 21 77 200

Halftime: Alabama 34, Memphis 28; Blocks: Memphis 1 (Jackson); Alabama 2 (Crenshaw/Cartwell 1); Steals: Memphis 3 (3 players with 1) Alabama 8 (Vice 3). Attendance: 494.

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MEMPHIS 66, TULSA 64 MARCH 18, 2004 WNIT FIRST ROUND

TULSA FG-A Robbins 5-11 Jaskowiak 4-9 Moody 2-8 Pongonis 7-14 Brewer 1-10 Mays 0-2 Merriweather 0-0 Wagoner 1-2 TEAM 20-56

3P-A FT-A 0-0 10-12 0-0 4-4 1-2 0-0 5-11 2-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-16 18-23

RB A PF TP MP 10 2 4 20 34 11 1 4 12 37 3 2 1 5 32 3 2 1 5 32 3 5 0 2 29 6 0 4 2 17 0 1 2 0 3 1 0 1 2 9 42 11 17 64 200

MEMPHIS Sullivan Rogers Booker Swilley Necaise Crawford Soso Egenti Butler Gooch TEAM

3P-A FT-A 0-0 0-0 1-4 2-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-8 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-11 11-16

RB A PF TP MP 1 0 5 6 13 9 0 3 7 31 1 0 2 0 15 3 4 0 6 35 0 1 1 2 8 8 1 0 17 32 0 1 1 0 6 5 1 1 6 8 1 5 3 18 32 7 0 4 4 20 43 13 20 66 200

FG-A 3-7 2-8 0-2 3-12 1-1 5-14 0-2 2-4 8-19 2-2 26-71

Halftime: Memphis 37, Tulsa 35; Blocks: Tulsa 8 (Jaskowiak); Memphis 7 (Rogers, Booker 2); Steals: Tulsa 8 (Moody, Pongonis); Memphis 11 (Butler 4). Attendance: 707.


ALL-TIME POSTSEASON BOX SCORES W. KENTUCKY 104, MEMPHIS 87 MARCH 21, 2004 WNIT SECOND ROUND

MEMPHIS Swilley Sullivan Rogers Necaise Booker Crawford Soso Egenti Butler Gooch TEAM

FG-A 1-5 6-10 4-11 0-0 0-1 11-22 2-6 2-3 6-10 0-1 32-69

3P-A FT-A 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-5 16-17 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 4-15 19-21

RB A PF TP MP 0 2 4 2 29 2 3 5 12 21 10 2 2 12 32 0 0 1 0 7 2 1 0 0 10 12 1 3 38 30 2 2 5 4 19 1 0 4 4 9 2 4 4 15 33 0 1 2 0 10 31 16 30 87 200

WKU Whitaker Bartee Logsdon Gardner Porter-Talbot Frericks Zaragoza Butler Marshall TEAM

FG-A 0-4 13-20 9-15 5-6 10-16 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-4 38-67

3P-A FT-A 0-2 1-3 0-0 6-6 2-6 7-10 0-0 6-9 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 1-2 2-11 26-36

RB A PF TP MP 0 4 2 1 32 15 0 2 32 33 2 4 1 27 34 6 0 1 16 26 10 4 5 22 34 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 2 15 1 0 0 1 4 6 2 4 3 21 42 17 17 104 200

Halftime: WKU 55, Memphis 41; Blocks: WKU 0, Memphis 2 (Rogers, Booker); Steals: WKU 5 (Logsdon 3), Memphis 9 (Butler, Crawford, Rogers). Attendance: 1066.

MEMPHIS 72, UMKC 67

MEMPHIS 74, WICHITA ST. 58

UMKC FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Davis, M. 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 3 7 Tinner, J. 3-5 0-0 0-0 1 1 4 6 21 Hall-Jones, D. 5-10 1-2 2-3 0 2 0 13 22 Eldridge, B. 1-1 1-1 0-1 6 1 3 3 26 Morris, C. 4-10 1-5 0-0 7 4 5 9 30 Nezianya, K. 8-11 1-3 3-4 5 1 4 20 29 Davis, H. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0+ Thomas, L. 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 2 0 3 18 Bridges, S. 3-5 1-1 2-2 2 1 3 9 27 Boyles, K. 1-4 0-0 2-2 3 5 1 4 20 Team 2 TEAM 26-50 6-14 9-12 29 17 20 67 200

WICHITA ST FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Price, M. 3-5 0-0 2-6 5 0 2 8 16 Henderson, M. 0-1 0-1 0-0 3 6 2 0 37 Boyd, M. 3-5 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 6 8 Johnson, S. 4-9 0-0 0-1 2 3 4 8 32 Lankster, H. 6-12 1-3 2-2 6 1 4 15 35 Diamond, J. 1-6 0-2 0-0 4 3 0 2 16 Turner, C. 2-6 0-2 1-2 0 1 1 5 24 Gordon, J. 4-11 0-0 6-7 10 1 3 14 32 Team 3 TEAM 23-55 1-9 11-18 34 15 18 58 200

MARCH 18, 2010 WBI FIRST ROUND

MEMPHIS FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Dickson 6-13 0-3 2-4 10 1 2 14 34 Ellis 0-3 0-0 0-2 5 0 3 0 22 Winchell 5-10 3-8 1-1 1 1 3 14 27 Carter 7-15 1-2 7-11 2 3 2 22 29 Lonlack 4-9 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 8 30 Kelsey 0-1 0-0 2-4 2 1 1 2 7 Bullard 3-6 0-0 1-4 4 3 0 7 27 Luellen 2-9 0-0 1-4 12 0 2 5 24 Team 4 TEAM 27-66 4-13 14-30 41 10 14 72 200 Halftime: Memphis 37, UMKC 25; Blocks: UMKC 4 (Morris 2, Thomas 2), Memphis 1; Steals: UMKC 6 (Eldridge 2, Thomas 2), Memphis (Lonlack 4, Bullard 3, Dickson, Ellis, Carter, Luellen-Higgins 2); Attendance: 841.

MEMPHIS 80, TAMUCC 55

Halftime: Memphis 45, TAMUCC 21; Blocks: TAMUCC 4 (Smith, L. 2), Memphis 1 (Luellen-Higgins); Steals: TAMUCC 11 (Jammer 4, Scott 3, Smith, L. 2), Memphis 21 (Lonlack 7, Carter 4, Winchell, Luellen-Higgins 3). Attendance: 947.

Halftime: Memphis 37, Wichita State 30; Blocks: Wichita State 4 (Gordon 3) Memphis 4 (Ellis 3); Steals: Wichita State 10 (Henderson 4); Memphis (Carter 5); Attendance: 829.

MARCH 28, 2010, BOONE, N.C. WBI FINALS

3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP 0-0 4-6 6 1 2 8 24 0-0 1-6 10 2 1 9 28 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 11 1-5 2-3 2 2 3 9 28 0-2 2-2 6 3 5 8 33 1-1 0-0 2 0 0 3 6 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 4 2 0-2 0-0 3 1 0 2 21 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 2-4 1-3 5 0 3 9 20 0-1 1-2 1 0 1 1 8 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 2 15 5 4-15 13-24 44 9 17 55 200

MEMPHIS FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Dickson 2-5 0-1 0-0 1 2 2 4 22 Ellis 2-5 0-0 1-4 8 0 2 5 31 Bullard 6-12 0-0 4-6 4 5 2 16 31 Carter 5-11 0-2 2-3 7 4 3 4 26 Lonlack 7-16 0-0 4-6 4 0 1 18 28 Kelsey 4-7 0-0 1-2 2 1 2 9 20 Winchell 3-6 2-5 2-3 1 2 3 10 21 Reeves 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Luellen 3-4 0-0 0-0 7 0 4 6 19 Team 6 TEAM 32-66 2-8 14-24 40 14 19 80 200

MEMPHIS FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Dickson 4-8 1-3 1-4 5 1 2 10 32 Ellis 1-3 0-0 1-4 8 1 3 3 30 Winchell 6-9 6-8 0-0 0 2 1 18 26 Carter 7-12 1-2 10-12 2 0 2 25 30 Lonlack 2-7 0-0 2-2 5 2 2 6 23 Kelsey 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 0 3 4 12 Reeves 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Bullard 3-8 0-0 0-0 3 6 2 6 29 Luellen 1-1 0-0 0-1 4 1 2 2 17 Team 4 TEAM 28-57 3-10 28-37 42 21 24 87 200

APPALACHIAN ST 79, MEMPHIS 71

MARCH 25, 2010, MEMPHIS, TENN. WBI SEMIFINALS

TAMUCC FG-A Scott, A. 2-9 Beagle, E. 4-5 Green, D. 0-1 Davis, J. 3-10 Smith, L. 3-10 Darley, A. 1-2 Dunn, I. 1-1 Montgomery, S. 1-4 Torres, D. 0-0 Jammer, J. 3-8 Jeffery, A. 0-2 Thomas, L. 0-0 Myles, M. 1-4 Team TEAM 19-56

MARCH 21, 2010, MEMPHIS, TENN. WBI QUARTERFINALS

MEMPHIS FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Ellis 1-6 0-0 0-2 9 0 1 2 33 Dickson 4-9 0-1 0-0 8 2 2 8 33 Bullard 3-7 0-0 0-0 2 7 2 6 33 Carter 9-16 3-4 10-13 5 2 4 31 27 Lonlack 6-10 0-0 4-4 5 1 3 16 28 Kelsey 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 2 6 Winchell 1-7 0-5 0-0 1 2 5 2 26 Luellen 2-3 0-0 0-2 4 0 0 4 14 Team 2 TEAM 27-59 3-10 14-21 36 14 19 71 200 APPSTATE FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Williams 1-3 0-0 1-2 4 0 4 3 8 Freeman, A. 3-8 1-5 6-9 9 8 3 13 37 Dewart 7-12 3-6 4-5 9 1 2 21 38 Weldon 6-13 1-2 2-3 2 2 3 15 29 Ramirez 2-10 1-6 0-0 1 7 0 5 32 Sharkey 3-4 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 6 21 Edwards, 5-15 0-0 0-0 9 1 3 10 24 Freeman, C. 3-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 5 6 11 Team 6 TEAM 30-68 6-20 13-19 43 21 20 79 200

Ramses Lonlack (above) and Brittany Carter were named to the WBI All-Tournament Team after helping Memphis advance to the finals.

Halftime: Memphis 40, Appalachian State 37; Blocks: Memphis 3 (Dickson 3), Appalachian State 7 (Dewart, A., 3, Sharkey 2); Steals: Memphis 10 (Ellis 4, Carter 3), Appalachian State 13 (Freeman, A. 7, Weldon, 3); Attendance: 616.

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ALL-TIME POSTSEASON BOX SCORES MEMPHIS 60, CHATTANOOGA 59

ALABAMA 80, MEMPHIS 69

MARCH 15, 2012, MEMPHIS, TENN. WNIT FIRST ROUND

MARCH 17, 2011, MEMPHIS, TENN. WNIT FIRST ROUND

ALABAMA Jenkins Horn King Raffington Russell Robinson Farmer Myers Lee Mitcham Team TEAM

FG-A 8-14 1-7 6-11 2-3 7-11 0-9 0-1 1-2 0-1 3-8 28-67

3P-A FT-A 0-0 5-6 0-0 6-6 0-1 2-3 2-3 0-0 3-6 3-4 0-3 36 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-14 19-27

MEMPHIS Lee Dickson Jackson Winchell Lonlack Abdul-Qaadir Ellis Mumphrey Carter Luellen-Higg Team TEAM

FG-A 4-7 6-11 1-1 2-8 6-11 1-3 0-0 1-2 6-18 1-2 28-63

3P-A 0-0 0-2 0-0 2-7 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-9 0-0 6-21

RB A PF TP MP 7 3 2 21 33 7 2 4 8 19 4 6 0 14 27 3 1 1 6 19 4 2 2 20 32 2 0 2 3 31 2 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 2 8 2 0 0 0 5 4 0 2 6 19 7 42 14 14 80 200

CHATT FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Hood 5-9 0-0 3-3 10 1 2 13 26 Hall 2-12 1-5 2-2 4 1 3 7 32 Christopher 3-7 1-3 0-0 3 1 1 7 29 Townsend 1-5 1-4 0-0 4 4 3 3 29 Lambert 2-5 1-3 0-0 6 1 2 5 26 Southern 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 6 8 Downes 2-4 1-2 0-0 3 3 1 5 15 Black 1-2 0-1 1-1 2 0 0 3 12 Dupree 5-7 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 10 14 Team 3 TEAM 24-58 5-20 6-6 39 12 15 59 200 MEMPHIS Lee Dickson Abdul-Qaadir Collier Lonlack McGraw Carter Jones Harvey Team TEAM

FT-A RB A PF TP MP 0-0 4 2 3 8 18 1-2 5 2 4 13 27 0-0 0 0 3 2 11 0-0 3 7 2 6 38 3-4 10 2 1 16 38 00 0 0 0 2 8 0-0 4 0 0 0 11 0-0 2 0 3 2 15 3-7 2 2 3 18 24 0-2 4 1 1 2 10 5 7-15 39 16 20 69 200

Halftime: Alabama 38, Memphis 27; Blocks: Alabama 2 (Jenkins, Horn), Memphis 5 (Luellen-Higgins 3, Mumphrey, Carter); Steals: Alabama 7 (King 3, Jenkins 2), Memphis 8 (Lonlack 5). Attendance: 960.

Nicole Dickson scored a career-high 29 points with a career-best eight steals in the Tigers’ second-round WNIT game to end the 2011-12 season.

MISSOURI ST 82, MEMPHIS 65

MARCH 17, 2012, SPRINGFIELD, MO. WNIT SECOND ROUND

MEMPHIS Lee Dickson Abdul-Qaadir Collier Lonlack Norris McGraw James Carter Jones Harvey Team TEAM

FG-A 6-14 12-23 2-7 1-5 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-10 0-0 0-1 25-67

3P-A FT-A 0-0 4-8 3-11 2-3 0-1 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 3-17 12-30

RB A PF TP MP 13 0 2 16 33 9 2 3 29 38 1 4 1 5 26 1 4 3 3 28 4 0 3 8 35 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 11 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 19 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 7 7 42 11 20 65 200

MO. ST. FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A PF TP MP Malone 5-10 4-7 6-6 6 2 3 20 28 Snow 3-7 0-1 0-2 4 0 2 6 20 Shorter 3-4 0- 2-5 8 0 2 8 24 Garrison 2-7 0-0 1-2 2 1 1 5 18 Buer 7-16 2-3 0-0 3 5 2 16 31 Wilkerson 1-4 0-2 0-0 3 5 2 2 4 Edie 0-1 0-0 2-2 6 1 0 2 18 Phillips 1-1 1-1 0-0 2 2 1 3 14 Gaines 1-2 0-0 0-2 0 0 1 2 4 Roberson 4-8 3-6 3-3 3 4 3 14 20 Soldner 0-0 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 0 7 Stock 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 2 6 Boshe 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 6 Team 8 TEAM 29-64 10-20 14-22 49 15 22 82 200 Halftime: Missouri St 32, Memphis 25; Blocks: Memphis 1 (Lee), Missouri State 5 (Garrison 2, Casey 2); Steals: Memphis 17 (Dickson 8), Missouri St 9 (Snow 3); Attendance: 1611

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FG-A 9-17 4-19 5-7 2-7 4-9 0-2 0-4 0-2 1-2 25-69

3P-A 0-0 1-6 2-3 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 4-16

FT-A RB A PF TP MP 2-4 16 0 2 20 33 0-1 4 5 1 9 40 3-4 4 2 3 15 35 0-0 4 2 2 5 32 1-2 4 4 0 9 38 0-0 0 0 3 0 8 0-0 1 1 0 0 7 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 1 0 0 2 5 7 6-11 41 13 11 60 200

Halftime: Chattanooga 37, Memphis 29; Blocks: Chattanooga 3 (Dupree 2; Lambert), Memphis 0; Steals: Chattanooga 6 (Lambert 3, Hood, Towns, Downes), Memphis 10 (Lonlack 4, Lee 3, Dickson 2, Collier). Attendance: 643.


NATIONAL/CONFERENCE HONORS C-USA Tournament MVP Keeta Matthews LaTonya Johnson

1996 1998

C-USA All-Academic Team Devin Necaise

C-USA Player of the Week

Memphis’ last two All-Americans were Tamika Whitmore (left) and LaTonya Johnson (right).

NATIONAL HONORS

All-Americans Kim Duppins Regina Street

CONFERENCE USA HONORS 1982 Region II 1985 District IX

Women’s Basketball Journal All-American 1st Team Tamika Whitmore

1999

US Basketball Writers Association All-American 1st Team Tamika Whitmore

1999

Women’s Basketball News Service All-American 1st Team Tamika Whitmore

1999

Associated Press All-American 2nd Team Tamika Whitmore

Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention Tamika Whitmore

1998

1998 1999

Basketball Times All-American Honorable Mention LaTonya Johnson LaTonya Johnson Tamika Whitmore

Street & Smith’s Preseason AllAmerican Honorable Mention

1996 1998 1998

Jasmine Lee

1992-93 1994-95

2012

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Heather Newlon

Keeta Matthews LaTonya Johnson Kitty Allen Shannon Hamp Paris Leonard Brittany Carter Nicole Dickson

Third Team All-C-USA Yolanda Reed Tiffany Adkins Shannon Hamp Victoria Crawford

1996 1997 1997 2002 2009 2012 2012

2000 2000 2003 2004, 2005

2010, 2011, 2012

Tamika Whitmore Shannon Hamp Princess Swilley Nicole Dickson

1996 2000 2001 2010

C-USA Newcomer of the Year Brittany Carter

1997

Kitty Allen Ramses Lonlack

2010

1997 2012

C-USA Player of the Year Tamika Whitmore Jasmine Lee

1998, 1999 2012

C-USA Sixth Player of the Year Victoria Crawford Paris Leonard

C-USA All-Tournament Team Keeta Matthews LaTonya Johnson Tamika Whitmore

C-USA Rookie of the Week Ramses Lonlack

12/27/95 12/30/96 1/27/97 12/1/97 12/15/97 1/5/98 1/12/98 2/2/98 11/30/98 12/7/98 1/18/99 11/29/00 2/19/01 2/4/02 12/2/02 1/27/03 12/1/08 11/30/09 11/22/10 12/5/11 12/12/11 12/19/11 1/30/12

12/1/08

C-USA FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Nicole Dickson Ann Jones Ann Jones

11/23/09 11/14/11 12/5/11

2003 2006

METRO CONFERENCE HONORS First Team All-Metro Conference Regina Street Vera Webb Wanda Dillard Connie Hibbler Glynetha Davis

1984, 1985 1986 1987 1987 1989

Second Team All-Metro Conference Karen Davis

1990-91

Metro Conference Newcomer of the Year Karen Davis Glynetha Davis

Metro Conference Player of the Year Wanda Dillard

Metro Conference Coach of the Year Mary Lou Johns

1984, 1986, 1987

Metro Conference All-Newcomer Team

1989-90

Metro Conference Tournament MVP Betty Booker Regina Street

GREAT MIDWEST CONFERENCE HONORS

1993, 1994, 1995 1995

Diane Gary Kitty Allen

Great Midwest Newcomer of the Year Keeta Matthews Kitty Allen LaTonya Johnson

1980 1982

Metro Conference All-Tournament Team

First Team All-Great Midwest Keeta Matthews LaTonya Johnson

1990 1988

1987

Karen Davis

Second Team All-Great Midwest

C-USA All-Freshman Team

C-USA Defensive Player of the Year 1995

USA Today’s Freshmen of Influence

WBCA ALL-REGION TEAM

1996, 1998 1997, 1998, 1999 2001 2010, 2011 2012

Second Team All-C-USA

Ramses Lonlack

Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore

Keeta Matthews LaTonya Johnson

LaTonya Johnson Tamika Whitmore Tiffany Adkins Brittany Carter Jasmine Lee

C-USA All-Defensive Team

WBCA/Kodak All-American Honorable Mention

Kitty Allen

1999

First Team All-C-USA

LaTonya Johnson Tamika Whitmore Kitty Allen Tamika Whitmore LaTonya Johnson Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore LaTonya Johnson Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore Tiffany Adkins Patrice Boyd Kalara McFadyen Shannon Hamp Princess Swilley Paris Leonard Brittany Carter Jasmine Lee Brittany Carter Jasmine Lee Brittany Carter Jasmine Lee

2007

1992 1994, 1995

Betty Booker Felicia Sparks Linda McKinnie Diane Jones Regina Street Connie Hibbler Glynetha Davis

1980 1980 1981, 1982 1982, 1983 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 1985, 1987 1988

1993 1994 1995

Great Midwest All-Newcomer Team Keeta Matthews Kitty Allen Heather Newlon LaTonya Johnson

Great Midwest All-Tournament Team Charlene Hopson Keeta Matthews Kitty Allen LaTonya Johnson

1993 1994 1994 1995

1993 1994 1994, 1995 1995

1996 1996, 1998 1997, 1998, 1999

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THE 1,000 POINT CLUB 1. BETTY BOOKER • GUARD • 1976-80 YEAR 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 TOTALS

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 36 103 309-710 .435 111-162 .685 251/6.9 37 96 306-737 .415 118-152 .776 165/4.5 33 81 309-656 .471 96-129 .744 117/3.5 31 92 279-601 .464 104-132 .788 95/3.1 137 372 1203-2704 .445 429-575 .746 628/4.6

2. TAMIKA WHITMORE • CENTER • 1995-99 YEAR 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 TOTALS

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 30 82 119-206 .578 68-101 .673 152/5.1 29 83 230-381 .604 116-162 .716 244/8.4 29 81 300-464 .647 151-212 .712 288/9.9 32 106 325-556 .585 163-218 .748 268/8.4 120 352 974-1607 .696 498-693 .719 952/7.9

3. LATONYA JOHNSON • FORWARD • 1994-98 YEAR 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 TOTALS

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 30 81 209-421 .496 64-91 .703 184/6.1 29 75 229-456 .502 79-106 .745 189/6.5 29 69 164-367 .447 71-102 .696 143/4.9 30 85 231-481 .480 145-184 .788 170/5.7 118 310 833-1725 .483 359-483 .743 686/5.8

4. LINDA STREET • FORWARD • 1976-80 YEAR 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 TOTALS

GP PF 28 29 30 31 95 118

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 187-386 .485 104-150 .693 214/7.6 207-478 .433 143-189 .757 248/8.6 200-240 .476 158-225 .702 249/8.3 195-405 .482 146-202 .723 215/6.9 789-1689 .467 551-766 .719 926/7.9

6. REGINA STREET • FORWARD • 1981-85 YEAR 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 TOTALS

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 38 113 231-481 .480 41-60 .683 268/7.1 32 94 199-422 .472 67-87 .770 213/6.7 31 78 212-451 .470 46-66 .697 164/5.3 31 87 256-592 .484 50-64 .781 186/6.0 132 372 898-1883 .477 204-277 .736 831/6.3

8. KIM DUPPINS • FORWARD • 1978-82 YEAR 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 TOTALS

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2,488 AS ST TP AVG 25 32 312 10.4 24 45 579 20.0 39 53 754 26.0 37 46 843 26.3 125 176 2488 20.7

2,232 AS ST TP AVG 25 28 529 17.6 29 54 601 20.7 34 49 444 15.3 60 46 658 21.9 148 177 2232 18.9

2,147

2,133 AS ST TP AVG 20 60 478 17.8 49 83 558 19.2 71 61 560 18.7 66 78 537 17.3 206 282 2133 18.1

2,043

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG AS ST TP AVG 29 121 173-276 .627 68-110 .618 255/8.8 12 20 414 14.3 32 118 214-404 .530 95-147 .646 327/10.2 22 22 523 16.3 30 120 239-389 .614 119-159 .748 330/11.0 14 36 597 19.9 30 116 204-342 .559 99-147 .673 569/12.3 17 54 509 17.0 121 475 831-1411 .589 381-563 .677 1281/10.6 65 144 2043 16.9

7. LINDA MCKINNIE • FORWARD • 1977-82 YEAR 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1981-82 TOTALS

AS ST TP AVG 67 95 729 20.2 75 88 730 19.7 82 79 714 21.6 84 98 662 21.4 308 360 2835 20.7

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG AS ST TP AVG 36 130 223-425 .545 94-150 .626 388/10.7 72 35 558 15.5 38 133 213-426 .500 99-141 .702 390/10.2 68 32 525 13.8 33 118 253-453 .558 109-181 .602 370/11.2 37 34 615 18.6 30 123 183-303 .604 83-175 .529 305/10.2 95 25 449 15.0 137 504 872-1607 .543 358-629 .612 1453/10.6 272 129 2147 15.7

5. KEETA MATTHEWS • FORWARD • 1992-96 YEAR 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 TOTALS

2,835

2,000 AS ST TP AVG 41 79 503 13.2 58 97 465 14.5 84 79 470 15.2 81 82 562 18.2 264 337 2000 15.1

1,835

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG AS ST TP AVG 33 90 132-243 .543 62-110 .565 262/7.9 9 52 326 9.9 32 92 190-375 .507 48-118 .407 267/8.6 14 65 428 12.8 31 102 223-394 .556 82-141 .581 328/10.6 41 95 528 17.0 32 94 230-453 .508 93-157 .592 306/9.9 37 69 553 17.8 126 378 775-1465 .529 285-526 .541 1163/9.2 101 281 1835 14.6

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GP PF 29 30 31 29 67 119

1,823

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 167-374 .447 101-131 .771 161/5.6 171-387 .442 85-119 .714 137/4.6 156-387 .403 106-136 .779 135/4.4 150-396 .379 91-136 .669 126/4.4 644-1544 .417 383-522 .734 559/4.7

AS ST TP AVG 57 81 467 16.1 96 72 483 16.1 82 68 452 14.6 88 68 421 14.5 323 289 1823 15.3

10. CONNIE HIBBLER • GUARD • 1984-88 YEAR 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 TOTALS

GP PF 30 45 26 34 27 30 45 113

1,514

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 126-294 .429 39-62 .629 121/4.0 153-351 .436 53-80 .663 67/2.6 186-371 .501 70-93 .689 96/3.6 175-333 .526 72-110 .655 107/3.6 640-1349 .474 234-345 .678 294/2.6

AS ST TP AVG 48 32 291 9.7 100 37 359 13.8 90 23 442 16.4 113 40 422 14.1 351 132 1514 14.1

11. WANDA DILLARD • FORWARD • 1984-88 YEAR 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 TOTALS

1,494

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG 31 67 99-242 .409 38-65 .585 89/2.9 23 73 132-320 .413 24-53 .453 89/3.9 30 83 168-338 .497 83-117 .789 177/5.9 28 88 217-461 .471 97-124 .782 166/5.9 112 311 616-1361 .452 242-359 .674 521/4.7

AS ST TP AVG 42 37 236 7.7 46 37 288 12.5 48 51 418 13.9 67 77 531 19.0 203 202 1473 13.2

12. VERA WEBB • FORWARD • 1982-86 YEAR 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 TOTALS

1,473

GP PF FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG AS ST TP AVG 36 130 223-425 .545 94-150 .626 388/10.7 72 35 558 15.5 38 133 213-426 .500 99-141 .702 390/10.2 68 32 525 13.8 33 118 253-453 .558 109-181 .602 370/11.2 37 34 615 18.6 30 123 183-303 .604 83-175 .529 305/10.2 95 25 449 15.0 137 504 872-1607 .543 358-629 .612 1453/10.6 272 129 2147 15.7

13. BRITTANY CARTER • GUARD • 2009-2012 YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

GP 34 29 30 93

FG-FGA 245-586 157-386 152-375 554-1347

PCT 3FG-FGA .418 26-87 .407 22-70 .405 22-93 .411 70-250

PCT .299 .314 .237 .280

FT-FTA 138-228 64-99 57-101 259-428

1,437 PCT .605 .646 .564 .605

REB/AVG 191/5.6 109/3.8 122/4.1 422/4.5

AS 54 60 67 181

ST TP 58 654 51 400 54 383 163 1437

14. SHANNON HAMP • CENTER • 1999-2003 YEAR 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 TOTALS

GP 30 30 28 28 116

PF 88 104 90 96 378

FG-FGA 96-182 116-230 168-307 173-322 553-1041

PCT .527 .504 .547 .537 .531

FT-FTA 56-90 75-110 86-128 104-149 321-477

1,427 PCT .622 .682 .672 .698 .673

REB/AVG 115/3.8 132/4.4 162/5.8 158/5.6 567/4.9

AS 5 13 11 20 49

ST 23 20 32 19 94

TP 248 307 422 450 1427

AVG 8.3 10.2 15.1 16.1 13.2

15. PARIS LEONARD • GUARD • 2005-2009 YEAR 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP 26 26 30 30 112

FG-FGA 123-326 74-238 132-390 175-465 504-1419

PCT 3FG-FGA .377 43-119 .311 18-76 .338 40-122 .376 59-175 .355 160-492

PCT .361 .237 .328 .337 .325

FT-FTA 45-68 36-61 44-82 76-122 201-333

1,369 PCT .662 .590 .537 .623 .604

REB/AVG 121/4.7 59/2.3 133/4.4 126/4.2 439/3.9

16. VICTORIA CRAWFORD • GUARD • 2001-05 YEAR 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 TOTALS

GP PF FG-FGA 24 39 36-102 27 54 67-179 31 61 144-285 29 78 137-297 111 232 384-863

AVG 19.2 13.8 12.8 15.5

PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG .263 57-79 .722 32/1.3 .374 82-114 .719 111/4.1 .505 207-261 .793 168/5.4 .461 151-206 .733 147/5.1 .445 497-660 .753 458/4.1

AS 21 21 38 48 128

ST TP 45 334 27 202 59 348 68 485 199 1369

AVG 12.8 7.8 11.6 16.2 12.2

1,299 AS ST TP AVG 12 14 139 5.8 34 54 223 8.3 73 39 503 16.2 62 42 434 15.0 181 149 1299 11.7

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1,185

Year-By-Year Stats Not Available

18. RAMSES LONLACK • GUARD • 2008-2012 YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

GP 30 34 34 31 129

FG-FGA 93-253 104-264 122-321 107-254 426-1092

PCT 3FG-FGA .368 7-36 .394 0-0 .380 3-16 .421 6-19 .390 16-80

PCT .194 .000 .188 .316 .200

FT-FTA 70-100 79-112 80-129 69-111 298-452

1,166 PCT .700 .705 .620 .622 .659

REB/AVG 161/5.4 169/5.0 161/4.7 148/4.8 639/5.0

AS 53 39 54 79 225

ST TP 65 263 96 287 78 327 62 289 301 1166

19. DEVIN NECAISE • GUARD • 2003-2007 YEAR 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Totals

GP 31 29 28 31 119

FG-FGA 64-179 47-141 140-439 108-296 359-1055

PCT 3FG-FGA .358 42-123 .333 18-54 .319 56-189 .365 64-184 .340 180-550

PCT .341 .333 .296 .348 .327

FT-FTA 29-37 27-31 60-66 57-59 173-193

1,071 PCT .784 .871 .909 .966 .896

REB/AVG 58/1.9 46/1.6 90/3.2 86/2.8 280/2.4

AS 56 47 47 34 184

ST TP 29 199 28 139 36 396 31 337 124 1071

20. NICOLE DICKSON • FORWARD • 2009-PRESENT YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

GP 33 32 33 98

FG-FGA 124-280 128-272 170-437 422-989

PCT 3FG-FGA .443 23-70 .471 36-102 .389 53-171 .427 112-343

PCT .329 .353 .310 .327

FT-FTA 31-50 25-40 52-83 108-173

AVG 8.8 8.4 9.6 9.3 9.0

PCT .620 .625 .627 .624

AVG 6.4 4.8 14.1 10.9 9.0

1,064 REB/AVG 155/4.7 133/4.2 273/8.3 561/5.7

AS 30 46 81 157

ST TP 33 302 30 317 53 445 116 1064

21. TERRI GALLOWAY • GUARD • 1973-75

AVG 9.2 9.9 13.5 10.9

1,046

Year-By-Year Stats Not Available

22. PRINCESS SWILLEY • GUARD • 2000-03 YEAR 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 Totals

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GP 30 27 28 28 113

FG-FGA 103-241 108-289 145-334 56-145 412-1009

PCT .427 .374 .434 .386 .408

3FG-FGA 1-8 3-16 0-10 2-7 6-41

PCT .125 .188 .000 .286 .146

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FT-FTA 23-38 56-92 69-92 22-32 170-254

1,000 PCT .605 .609 .750 .688 .669

REB/AVG 66/2.2 76/2.8 81/2.9 43/1.5 266/2.2

AS 84 62 65 40 251

ST 43 47 51 38 179

TP 230 275 359 136 1000

AVG 7.7 10.2 12.8 4.9 8.8


M CLUB HALL OF FAME HONOREES

KITTY ALLEN

• Ninth in scoring with 1,823 points • Inducted 2011

KIM DUPPINS-STANTON • One of Five Tigers With A Retired Jersey • Inducted 1985

WANDA SIMPSON-JONES • Averaged 9.9 rebounds over twoyear career • Inducted 2004

BETTY BOOKER

• Program’s All-Time Leading Scorer • Inducted 1985

LATONYA JOHNSON

• First WNBA Draftee • 1 of 2 Memphis players to appear in four NCAA tournaments. • Inducted 2008

LINDA STREET

• Second player to 2,000 plus career points • Inducted 1989

GLENDA DELONG DAVIDSON

WANDA DILLARD

• Inducted 2012

• Inducted 1988

KEETA MATTHEWS

• Ranks fifth in scoring with 2,133 points from 1992-96 • Inducted 2010

REGINA STREET

• Career leader with 65 doubledoubles • Inducted 1993

LINDA MCKINNIE

• One of seven 2,000 point career scorers • Inducted 1998

MARTHA TEUTON

• First full-time WBKB coach • Inducted 1986

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ALL-TIME ROSTER A

Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir................ 2009-present Melissa Abraham...........................1998-2002 Hope Adams......................................2006-08 Jamila Ajanaku....................... 2012-present Tiffany Adkins....................................1999-01 Kitty Allen .....................................1993-1997 Sarah Anderson ..............................1987-88

B

Kathy Barett ...................................1976-78 Danielle Barnard................................2000-02 Rita Beckwith.....................................2001-03 Kiva Becton ....................................1989-93 Lee Ann Bell.......................................1993-94 Rachel Bell.........................................1998-00 Lisa Bivens .....................................1975-76 Monica Blaylock................................1998-00 Yvette Blue .....................................1982-86 Mary Boatwright .............................1977-78 Niki Bolden........................................1994-97 Betty Booker ..................................1976-80 Latrice Booker...................................2002-05 Melanie Bowder .............................1975-76 Patrice Boyd......................................1999-01 Jennie Bradford ...............................1972-73 Jamie Bradley....................................2004-06 Beth Brown ...................................1985-88 Holly Buford ...................................1981-82 LaToya Bullard...................................2007-10 Frankie Bunner ...............................1974-75 Windy Burchfiel.................................1992-94 Joyce Burgess ..................................1972-74 Lois Burgess ...................................1972-74 Annquiennette Burkes.......................1996-98 Malissa Bush (rs 1997-98).................1997-01 Tamika Butler ................................2002-2006

C

Kelly Caldwell .......................................1990 Gloria Carkeet....................................1973-76 Aesha Carter......................................2001-03 Brittany Carter...............................2008-2012 ShaKeisha Chambers.........................1994-96 Becky Clark .....................................1981-82 Eva Dale Cocke ................................1975-76 Connie Collier .................................1980-82 Danay Collier.................................2010-2012 Tiffany Collins....................................1997-01 Ethel Cook ..................................... 1976-78 Pasha Cook........................................1999-00 Shekeira Copeland.........................2007-2009 Gloria Corkeet .................................1973-77 Debbie Couch .................................1977-79 Audrey Covington ............................1989-91 Victoria Crawford..............................2001-05 Linda Crone ....................................1978-79 Mary Lou Cushing..............................1966-67

D

Lisa Dalton.........................................1979-83 Alysee Davis.......................................2006-07 Glynetha Davis...................................1987-89 Karen Davis........................................1989-91 Teresita Delgado................................1977-79 Nicole Dickson........................ 2009-present Karen Diggs........................................1982-83 Wanda Dillard....................................1984-88 Ashley Dixon...........................................2003 Jackie Draper.....................................1966-67 Melinda Droke...................................1972-73 Carla Duncan.....................................1985-86 Lisa Duncan.......................................1984-85 Robin Duncan....................................1966-67 Kim Duppins......................................1978-82

E

Charity Egenti....................................2002-03 Savannah Ellis................................2007-2011 Lynne Enzweiler.................................1974-76

F

Se’erra Fantroy..................................2006-07

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Deanna Farr.......................................1999-01 Regan Fedric......................................1993-97 Freda Fields.......................................1988-92 Ranee Fletcher..................................1980-84 Sydney Forrester................................1975-76 Ruth Ann Forsythe.............................1983-87 Penny Frazier.....................................1978-79 Tanya Frazier......................................1992-94 Paula Fuller........................................1981-83 Asianna Fuqua-Bey................. 2012-present

G

Phyllis Gaines.....................................1966-67 Terry Galloway...................................1973-75 LaShanya Garner...............................1990-94 Diane Gary.........................................1988-92 Terrie George.....................................1973-75 Jean Gifford.......................................1966-67 Kim Gilchrist......................................1987-88 Monica Glass.....................................1985-87 Tehani Goldsmith..........................2008-2010 Megan Gooch................................2003-2007 Gresh Gorman...............................2004-2006 Kori Gourley.......................................1986-89 Debra Grandberry.............................1981-83 Jazmyn Green................................2006-2007

H

Jessica Hall.........................................2004-08 Janie Ham..........................................1974-75 Shannon Hamp..................................1999-03 Twyla Harrison...................................1977-80 Kaneshi Hart.......................... 2000-03, 04-05 Krishunda “KK” Harvey........... 2010-present Dee Harwell.......................................1976-77 Ariel Hearn............................. 2012-present Denise Henderson.............................1990-92 Kelly Herron.......................................1997-01 Connie Hibbler...................................1984-88 Marie Holliman..................................1980-81 Linda Holloway..................................1979-80 Jane Hooker.......................................1966-67 Pa’Sonna Hope....................... 2012-present Charlene Hopson...............................1989-94 Camile Hudson..................................1984-86 Shanna Humphries............................1996-98 Desma Hunt.......................................1983-86

J

Erica Jackson......................................1991-92 Jaymie Jackson....................... 2012-present Jessica Jackson...............................2007-2009 Lauren Jackson..............................1998-2002 Mary Jackson.................................2009-2011 Kiana James...................................2010-2012 Patosha Jeffery..................................1995-97 Aroha Jennings..................................2006-08 LaTonya Johnson................................1994-98 Ann Jones............................... 2011-present Diane Jones ...................................1981-83 Robin Jones...................................2006-2007

K

Chatia Kelsey.................................2009-2010 Mary Kuehl .................................1976-77 Debby Kinard .................................1972-74

L

Tandalyn Lambert..............................1994-95 Rhonda Lauderdale ..........................1984-88 Jasmine Lee...................................2010-2012 Nancy Lemp ..................................1979-82 Paris Leonard.................................2005-2009 Christine Lesane................................2008-10 Ramses Lonlack.............................2008-2012 Dena Love..........................................1991-95 Starkitsha Luellen-Higgins.............2009-2011

M

Devin Mack............................ 2012-present Charlene Madden ...........................1985-86 Margaret Martin .............................1975-77 Karen Mayes .................................1974-77

Kalara McFadyen...............................2001-03 Gail McFarland ................................1975-76 Linda Matthews.................................1966-67 Keeta Matthews................................1992-96 Karen McGee ................................1989-93 Theresa McGlade ............................1979-80 Lauren McGraw...................... 2011-present Linda McKinnie ...............................1977-82 Pat Medlin .....................................1973-74 Robin Meeks .................................1974-77 Marcia Monk .................................1978-82 Kathy Moore .................................1984-86 Taylor Mumphrey..........................2009-2011 Nicole Murry.....................................1993-97 Ginnie Myers ..................................1977-78

N

Devin Necaise................................2003-2007 Kathy Nelson ..................................1980-81 Heather Newlon................................1993-97 Blanche Nicholson ...........................1975-76 Jailyn Norris........................... 2011-present

O

Lisa Owen..........................................1975-76

P

Diane Palazolo ................................1972-73 Marilyn Patterson..............................1966-67 Raquel Perry ..................................1989-93 Equilla Peoples ................................1979-80 Adria Phillips...........................................2006 Heather Phillips.................................1995-99 Kim Pope ...................................... 1982-84 Courtney Powell..................... 2012-present Eddie Belk Prewitt ............................1976-78 Alex Prince.........................................2011-12 Janet Price .....................................1972-73

R

Yolanda Reed.....................................1997-00 Janeta Reeves................................2009-2010 Marie Reid.....................................2004-2006 Lisa Rembe .........................................1989 Java Reynolds .................................1987-91 Diane Richards ................................1975-76 Sylvia Richardson...............................1992-93 Raven Rogers.....................................2001-05 Tamika Rogers................................1999-2002 Mooriah Rowser..................... 2012-present

S

Mary Ann Schiermeyer .....................1978-80 Cindy Scott .....................................1973-75 Shae Seagraves..............................2007-2009 Pam Seymore ..................................1983-85 Damita Shazier ................................1987-89 Jennifer Shepherd.............................1993-94 Wanda Simpson.................................1982-86 Theresa Simi ..................................1973-76 Laquawanda Sippio.......................2008-2009 Dwelia Smith.....................................1994-98 Jordie Soso........................................2002-04 Felicia Sparks ..................................1979-83 Stephanie Stoglin...............................2002-03 Linda Street ....................................1976-80 Regina Street ..................................1981-85 Jennifer Sullivan................................2001-05 Princess Swilley.................................2000-04

T

Jane Taylor .....................................1972-73 Donna Terry.......................................1966-67 LaZandra Thomas..............................1990-92 Ashley Thornton............................2006-2009 Valencia Tucker..............................2007-2008

V

Phillis Vaughn ..................................1985-87

W

Sherry Walker .................................1976-78

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Renea Walters .................................1976-79 Angilean Ward ................................1987-91 Leslie Warren ..................................1982-84 Terrie Warren ..................................1975-76 Jaina Washer ..................................1979-83 Sharon Watson ...............................1973-74 Susie Weaver ..................................1974-77 Vera Webb ...................................1982- 86 Mavis Werthing ..............................1974-75 Lynn Wheat ...................................1975-76 Kathy Whitetree ..............................1972-74 Brandi Whitfield................................1998-99 Lynn Whitfield .................................1975-79 Tamika Whitmore..............................1995-99 Cathy Williams ................................1983-85 Susan Williams..................................1966-67 Alex Winchell.................................2007-2011 Michelle Winrow .............................1986-90 Camilla Withers ...............................1972-74 Deborah Woodard ...........................1974-75 Rhonda Wooldridge ..........................1975-76 Charese Wren....................................1992-94


BY THE NUMBERS 0

Tehani Goldsmith......................... 2008-2010

00

Jamie Bradley............................... 2004-2006

1

Alex Prince........................................ 2011-12 Princess Swilley................................ 2000-04

2

Jailyn Norris...........................2011-present Chatia Kelsey................................ 2009-2010 Gresh Gorman.............................. 2004-2006

3

Jasmine Lee.................................. 2010-2012 Christine “Moo Moo” Lesane........... 2008-10 Jazmyn Green............................... 2006-2007 Victoria Crawford......................... 2001-2005 Shanna Humphries........................... 1996-98 Rhonda Lauderdale.......................... 1984-88 Mary Anne Schiermeyer................... 1978-80 Penny Frazier.................................... 1978-79 Mary Boatwright.............................. 1977-78

4

Mary Jackson................................ 2009-2011 Laquawanda Sippio...................... 2008-2009 Sherika Montgomery........................ 2005-06 Stephanie Stoglin.............................. 2002-03 Tanya Frazier..................................... 1992-94

5

Lauren McGraw......................2011-present Paris Leonard................................ 2005-2009 Aesha Carter..................................... 2001-03 Cathy Williams.................................. 1983-85 Debbie Couch................................... 1977-79 Lisa Palton................................................. **

10

Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir................2009-present Adria Phillips.......................................... 2006 Jennifer Sullivan........................... 2001-2005 Pasha Cook................................... 1999-2000 Shakeisha Chambers......................... 1994-96 Kira Becton....................................... 1989-93 Beth Brown....................................... 1985-88 Ranee Fletcher................................. 1980-84 Diane Gray................................................. **

11

Jamila Ajanaku....................... 2012-present Alex Winchell................................ 2007-2011 Ashley Howard................................. 2005-06 Raven Rogers.................................... 2001-05 Charlene Hopson.............................. 1989-94 Marcia Monk.................................... 1978-82 Michelle Tangle......................................... **

12

Ariel Hearn.............................2012-present Kim Duppins.........1978-82 (Retired in 1982) Janeta Reeves............................... 2009-2010 Ethel Cook........................................ 1976-78

13

Danay Collier................................ 2010-2012 Kalara McFadyen.............................. 2001-03 Tiffany Collins............................... 1997-2001 Regan Fedric..................................... 1993-97 Sarah Anderson................................ 1987-88 Vera Webb........................................ 1982-86

14

Linda Street..........1976-80 (Retired in 1981)

15

Pa’Sonna Hope.......................2012-present Savannah Ellis............................... 2007-2011 Ashley Dixon.......................................... 2003

Tamika Rogers............................... 1999-2002 Freda Fields...................................... 1988-92 Charlene Madden............................. 1985-86 Kim Pope.......................................... 1982-84 Marie Holliman................................. 1980-81

20

31

Betty Booker.........1976-80 (Retired in 1980) Carla Duncan.................................... 1985-86

32

Taylor Mumphrey......................... 2009-2011 Kaneshi Hart................................. 2004-2005 Danielle Barnard............................... 2000-02 Rachel Bell.................................... 1998-2000 Lee Ann Bell...................................... 1993-94 Erica Jackson..................................... 1991-92 Theresa McGlade............................. 1979-80 Holly Buford...................................... 1981-82 Ginnie Myers.................................... 1977-78 Terry Taylor.................................................. *

Courtney Powell.....................2012-present Ramses Lonlack............................ 2008-2012 Se’erra Fantroy............................. 2006-2007 Deanna Farr.................................. 1999-2001 LaTonya Johnson............................... 1994-98 Windy Burchfiel................................ 1992-94 Debra Grandberry............................ 1981-83 Diane Gary........................................ 1988-92 Camielle Hudson.............................. 1984-86

21

Ann Jones...............................2011-present Charity Egenti................................... 2002-03 Lauren Jackson............................. 1998-2002 Niki Bolden....................................... 1994-97 Charese Wren................................... 1992-94 LaZandra Thomas............................. 1990-92 Lisa Duncan...................................... 1984-85 Equilla Peoples................................. 1979-80 Teresita Delgado............................... 1977-79

Asianna Fuqua-Bey.................2012-present Kiana James.................................. 2010-2012 Jessica Hall........................................ 2004-08 Jordie Soso....................................... 2002-04 Tiffany Adkins............................... 1999-2001 Dwelia Smith.................................... 1994-98 Karen Davis....................................... 1989-91 Kim Gilchrist..................................... 1987-88 Ruth Ann Forsythe............................ 1983-87 Diane Jones...................................... 1981-83 Twyla Harrison.................................. 1977-80 Kathy Nelson ............................................... *

22

Shae Seagraves............................. 2007-2009 Marie Reid........................................ 2004-06 Kelly Herron.................................. 1997-2001 Jennifer Shepherd............................ 1993-94 Kori Gourley...................................... 1986-89 Yvette Blue........................................ 1982-86

23

Jaymie Jackson.......................2012-present LaToya Bullard.................................. 2007-10 Devin Necaise............................... 2003-2007 Kathy Barnett.................................... 1976-78 Jania Washer.................................... 1979-83 Glynetha Davis.................................. 1987-89 Karen McGee.................................... 1989-93 Nicole Murray................................... 1993-97 Monica Blaylock........................... 1998-2000 Laura Mitchell.............................................. *

24

Mooriah Rowser.....................2012-present Alysse Davis.................................. 2006-2007 Latrice Booker.................................. 2001-05 Yolanda Reed................................ 1997-2000 Kitty Allen......................................... 1993-97 Denise Henderson............................ 1990-92 Michelle Winrow.............................. 1986-90 Mary Ann Schiermeyer..................... 1978-80 Lynn Whitfield.................................. 1975-79 Katika Henry................................................ *

25

Brittany Carter.............................. 2009-2012 Valencia Tucker................................. 2007-08 Robin Jones.................................. 2006-2007 Patosha Jeffery................................. 1995-97 Dena Love......................................... 1991-95 Angilean Ward.................................. 1987-91 Linda Holloway................................. 1979-80 Linda Crone...................................... 1978-79

30

Heather Phillips................................ 1995-99 Tandelyn Lambert............................. 1994-95 Sylvia Richardson.............................. 1992-93 Audrey Covington............................. 1989-91 Connie Hibbler.................................. 1984-88 Renea Walters.................................. 1976-79

33

52

Megan Gooch............................... 2003-2007 Wanda Simpson................................ 1982-86 Wanda Dillard................................... 1984-88

53

Patrice Boyd................................. 1999-2001

54

Jessica Jackson.............................. 2007-2009 Shannon Hamp............................. 1999-2003 Java Reynolds................................... 1987-91 Kathey Moore................................... 1984-86 Nancy Lamp...................................... 1979-82 Mary Ann Schiermeyer..................... 1978-80 Penny Frazier.................................... 1978-79 Sherry Walker................................... 1976-78

55

Krishunda “KK” Harvey...........2010-present Brandi Whitfield............................... 1998-99 Raquel Perry..................................... 1989-93 • Part of team prior to yearly rosters being available in the archives

34

Devin Mack............................2012-present Shekeira Copeland........................ 2007-2009 Tamika Butler................................ 2002-2006 Annquienette Burkes........................ 1996-98 Raquel Perry..................................... 1989-93 Lisa Rembe............................................ 1989

35

Nicole Dickson........................2009-present Malissa Bush................................. 1997-2001 Heather Newlon............................... 1993-97 Phillis Vaughn................................... 1985-87

40

Rita Beckwith.................................... 2001-03 Monica Glass.................................... 1985-87 Pam Seymore................................... 1983-85 Karen Diggs....................................... 1982-83 Devitria Harrell............................................ *

RETIRED NUMBERS

41

Aroha Jennings............................. 2006-2008 Melissa Abraham.......................... 1998-2002 LaShanya Garner.............................. 1990-94 Paula Fuller....................................... 1981-83 Rori Roberson ............................................. *

42

Ashley Thornton........................... 2006-2009 Keeta Matthews............................... 1992-96 LaShanya Garner.............................. 1990-94 Leslie Warren.................................... 1982-84 Connie Collier................................... 1980-82

#12

Kim Duppins (1978-82)

#14

Linda Street (1976-80)

44

Hope Adams..................................... 2006-08 Tamika Whitmore............................. 1995-99 Kelly Caldwell........................................ 1990 Damita Shazier................................. 1987-89 Desma Hunt...................................... 1983-86 Felecia Sparks................................... 1979-83 Eddie Belle Prewitt........................... 1976-78 Terry Taylor.................................................. *

#31

Betty Booker (1976-80)

#50

Regina Street (1981-85)

45

Starkitsha Luellen-Higgins............ 2009-2011 Kaneshi Hart..................................... 2000-03 ........................................ (04-05 was No. 20)

50

Regina Street.................................... 1981-85

51

Linda McKinnie................................. 1997-82

#51

Linda McKinnie (1977-82)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1972-73

1974-75

COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS

COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS

RECORD: 17-6

RECORD: 29-9

Game dates not available for any seasons prior to 197879; Home/Away location not available prior to 1977-78 W 73 JACKSON STATE C.C. 27 W 51 ARKANSAS TECH 22 W 50 NORTHWEST J.C. 33 W 50 JACKSON STATE C.C. 41 W 58 UNION 49 W 44 LAMBUTH 36 W 48 UNION 32 W 53 MISSISSIPPI 47 W 58 SOUTHWESTERN % 35 W 70 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 48 L 40 SW MISSOURI STATE 47 L 33 UT MARTIN 51 W 79 BLUE MOUNTAIN 45 W 65 VOLUNTEER STATE 59 W 55 BLUE MOUNTAIN 46 W 43 MURRAY STATE 26 L 53 JACKSON STATE C.C. 59 L 22 LAMBUTH 54 W 64 NORTHWEST JC BSU 49 L 48 LAMBUTH 51 W 59 UNION 47 W 42 SOUTHWESTERN 31 L 44 LAMBUTH 59 % Now called Rhodes College

1973-74 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 23-9

Game dates not available for any seasons prior to 197879; Home/Away location not available prior to 1977-78 W 65 JACKSON STATE CC 42 L 41 MISSISSIPPI 44 L 41 MUW 44 W 56 SOUTHERN MISS 26 W 52 MISSISSIPPI STATE 50 W 69 BLUE MOUNTAIN 40 L 38 DELTA STATE 52 W 51 UNION 38 W 39 AUSTIN PEAY STATE 33 W 50 MURRAY STATE 38 W 66 EASTERN KENTUCKY 50 W 53 LAMBUTH 30 W 56 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 25 L 49 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 67 W 57 UNION 56 L 67 VOLUNTEER STATE 71 L 47 DELTA STATE 62 W 74 LOUISIANA STATE 50 W 59 NORTHEAST LOUISIANA % 49 L 52 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 71 W 61 JACKSON STATE CC 28 W 63 BLUE MOUNTAIN 49 W 50 MEMPHIS PARK COMMISSION 26 W 54 MISSISSIPPI 42 W 49 UNION 42 W xx UT MARTIN xx W 63 LAMBUTH 52 W 56 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 55 L 50 TENNESSEE 57 W 57 EAST TENNESSEE ST. 44 W 60 UNION 54 L 47 TENNESSEE 52 % Now Called Univ. of Louisiana-Monroe

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Game dates not available for any seasons prior to 197879; Home/Away location not available prior to 1977-78 L 76 MISSISSIPPI 79 W 66 UT MARTIN 63 W 72 LAMBUTH 58 W 114 ARKANSAS STATE 49 W 81 MARQUIS 51 W 79 BELHAVEN 52 L 53 BELMONT 91 W 79 ILLINOIS STATE 48 L 77 CENTRAL MISSOURI ST. 83 W 56 BLUE MOUNTAIN 45 W 92 LAMBUTH 38 L 79 MISSISSIPPI 83 W 80 MURRAY STATE 60 L 61 TENNESSEE TECH 68 W 74 EASTERN KENTUCKY 73 L 52 DELTA STATE 81 W 76 MISSISSIPPI STATE 66 W 81 VOLUNTEER STATE JC 63 W 71 MUW 64 W 75 SOUTHWESTERN % 14 W 60 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 40 W 80 ILLINOIS STATE 73 W 87 BLUE MOUNTAIN 54 L 35 TEMPLE J.C. 71 W 83 TRINITY OF SAN ANTONIO 45 W 59 MCNEESE STATE 57 W 65 LAMBUTH 41 W 82 UNION 60 W 73 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 64 W 102 UT CHATTANOOGA 78 L 67 TENNESSEE TECH 81 W 85 UNION 82 W xx WAKE FOREST xx W 100 EASTERN KENTUCKY 63 W xx SOUTH CAROLINA xx L 61 TENNESSEE TECH 73 % now called Rhodes College

1975-76 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS

W W L W L

72 83 52 94 69

BLUE MOUNTAIN EAST TENNESSEE MIDDLE TENNESSEE MILLIGAN TENNESSEE

68 65 75 31 71

1976-77 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 27-9

Game dates not available for any seasons prior to 197879; Home/Away location not available prior to 1977-78 W 93 SE MISSOURI STATE 29 W 106 LEMOYNE OWEN 50 W 73 MISSISSIPPI 71 W 88 BLUE MOUNTAIN 65 W 79 LAMBUTH 44 W 83 SOUTHERN MISS 60 W 79 UT MARTIN 33 W 69 BELMONT 50 L 58 VALDOSTA STATE 64 W 97 JUDSON 44 W 83 NE MISS. JC 54 W 89 SOUTHERN MISS 73 L 59 MISSISSIPPI 62 W 78 ALABAMA 73 W 67 LAMBUTH 58 W 65 LOUISIANA STATE 64 W 67 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 58 W 82 ILLINOIS STATE 80 L 49 DELTA STATE 94 L 72 TENNESSEE 81 L 74 DELTA STATE 77 W 87 MURRAY STATE 59 W 92 MERAMAC J.C. 65 W 87 SAINT LOUIS 15 W 69 BELHAVEN 56 W 86 BLUE MOUNTAIN 78 W 95 UNION 78 W 113 EAST TENNESSEE ST. 67 L 72 TENNESSEE TECH 79 W 76 UT MARTIN 63 W 84 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 68 L 72 TENNESSEE 82 L 63 TENNESSEE TECH 78 W 79 WESTERN KENTUCKY 63 L 72 CLEMSON 79

RECORD: 19-8

Game dates not available for any seasons prior to 197879; Home/Away location not available prior to 1977-78 W 85 COLUMBIA STATE 70 L 72 UNION 91 W 108 ARKANSAS STATE 51 W 75 BLUE MOUNTAIN 59 W 72 UT MARTIN 39 L 63 ANDERSON J.C. 95 W 77 TEMPLE J.C. 72 W 80 GULF COAST CC 74 W 73 MUW 69 L 57 ALABAMA 61 W 63 ILLINOIS STATE 54 W 65 BELHAVEN 60 L 48 SE LOUISIANA 86 W 60 LOUISIANA STATE 59 W 74 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 61 W 69 GRANDVIEW 48 W 79 MISSISSIPPI STATE 60 W 83 MUW 74 W 84 MISSISSIPPI 78 L 54 DELTA STATE 74 W 94 ALABAMA 62 L 77 MISSISSIPPI 79

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1977-78 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 29-9

Game dates not available for any seasons prior to 1978-79 L 94 * at Kentucky W 88 * at Murray State W 103 * at Mississippi State W 88 BLUE MOUNTAIN W 101 ALABAMA W 102 UT MARTIN W 85 at East Tennessee St. W 71 at Lambuth W 73 TENNESSEE TECH L 67 at Belmont W 89 ** LOUISVILLE W 89 ** FLORIDA STATE W 91 SAINT LOUIS L 84 at Valdosta State W 90 at Florida

101 72 77 54 65 39 80 58 40 69 67 69 41 100 72


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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

67 101 88 80 88 89 101 78 78 78 96 77 93 74 94 98 76 78 74 88 51 80

*** vs. Oral Roberts *** vs. South Dakota St. *** vs. Nebraska EASTERN ILLINOIS MERCER ILLINOIS STATE MIDDLE TENNESSEE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS at Mississippi at Blue Mountain + at Tennessee + vs. Old Dominion at Cincinnati at Louisville # East Tennessee State # Tennessee # UT Martin # Middle Tennessee # Tennessee Tech $ Old Dominion $ South Carolina

68 69 55 53 65 50 86 74 64 69 80 80 85 45 99 59 87 64 62 76 64 82

* Tip-Off Classic, Murfreesboro, TN ** Tiger Invitational, Memphis, TN *** Warrensburg Tournament + Tennessee Tourney, Knoxville, TN # TCWSF $ Region II Tournament

1978-79 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 26-7

NA/NA 11/17 11/18 11/21 11/NA 11/30 12/1 12/6 12/NA NA/NA NA/NA 12/14 12/NA 1/2 1/3 1/4 1/6 1/11 1/12 1/13 1/17 1/24 1/27 1/30 1/31 2/3 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/19 2/22 NA/NA 3/1/79

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

103 99 91 94 97 57 85 96 57 96 84 72 94 87 83 101 85 94 77 83 75 111 108 63 71 91 77 87 85 85 87 69 86 79 66

at UALR $ vs. MUW $ at Middle Tennessee at UT Martin TEMPLE JUNIOR COLL. at Louisiana Tech vs. Mississippi College LAMBUTH at Louisiana Tech Lambuth Illinois-Chicago at Mississippi College EAST TENNESSEE ST. ^ CINCINNATI ^ LOUISVILLE at Florida State at Mercer + vs. Oakland + at Central Missouri + vs. Minnesota at Mississippi MISSISSIPPI FLORIDA at Middle Tennessee at Tennessee Tech VALDOSTA STATE # vs. Southern Illinois # Illinois State # vs. Central Missouri UALR LOUISVILLE at Alabama ARKANSAS Tennessee $ UT MARTIN

$ Tip Off Classic, Murfreesboro, TN ^ Metro Christmas Tourney, Memphis, TN + Jennies Classic (Warrensburg, Mo.) # Illinois State Tournament (Normal, Ill.) $ TCWSF

45 66 81 68 59 76 83 56 76 56 70 73 70 56 76 78 73 74 60 80 104 97 79 65 95 89 71 68 69 48 79 72 66 75 73

2/17 2/19 2/21 2/26

1979-80 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 19-12

11/19 11/22 11/23 11/24 11/28 12/1 12/7 12/15 12/18 12/19 12/NA 12/NA 12/NA 1/8 1/9 1/10 1/11 4/45 1/21 1/23 1/26 2/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/28

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

77 2 84 61 85 87 83 82 75 72 87 79 66 89 62 58 77 56 48 76 80 72 78 66 58 63 71 96 80 85 72

UT MARTIN ^ vs. Kansas (forfeit) ^ vs. Ohio State ^ vs. San Jose State at Mississippi VANDERBILT MUW at UT Chattanooga % vs. Tulane % vs. Louisville + vs. Stanford + vs. Fordham + at Queens College # vs. Baylor # at Texas A&M # Oklahoma # S.W. Missouri State # McNeese State at Tennessee at East Tennessee State TENNESSEE TECH LOUISIANA TECH MISSISSIPPI at Louisville ILLINOIS STATE MIDDLE TENNESSEE at Arkansas UAB UT CHATTANOOGA MURRAY STATE $ at Tennessee Tech

61 0 75 71 90 72 70 87 62 75 64 63 80 51 51 54 49 49 86 87 83 96 67 62 72 68 65 76 79 76 84

^ Queens Classic, Texas % Metro Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.) + Queens College Classic, New York # Texas A&M Tourn., College Station, TX $ TCWSF

1980-81 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 20-11

11/24 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/NA 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/18 12/19 12/20 1/2 1/5 1/7 1/9 1/12 1/17 1/21 1/22 1/24 1/26 1/29 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/10 2/12

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

71 75 75 82 89 85 98 92 107 77 92 65 77 69 71 64 69 74 64 78 79 84 69 88 66 84 66

at Vanderbilt + vs. William Penn + at Kansas State at Miss. U. for Women at Mississippi State ARKANSAS STATE LOUISVILLE UNION % NORTHERN ILLINOIS % MCNEESE STATE % MISSISSIPPI STATE at Delta State WISCONSIN at San Diego State at UCLA at Pepperdine UT CHATTANOOGA at UT Martin at Tennessee Tech EAST TENNESSEE ST at Middle Tennessee AUSTIN PEAY at Union ^ Tulane ^ Louisville at UAB at Arkansas State

78 74 82 63 97 60 87 67 74 59 81 57 70 56 82 73 79 65 80 70 61 61 66 81 69 78 41

W L L L

86 73 75 66

ARKANSAS SOUTH CAROLINA at Murray State # MIDDLE TENNESSEE

57 76 89 79

+ KSU Tournament, Manhattan, KS % Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN ^ Metro Tournament # TCWSF

1981-82 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 26-5, 6-1 METRO

Metro Conference Champion NCAA Mideast Regional Semifinalists 11/23 11/27 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/7 12/11 12/12 12/17 12/18 12/19 12/31 1/2 1/5 1/8 1/9 1/16 1/20 12/23 1/25 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/26 2/27 3/12 3/19

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

100 118 70 94 93 90 69 79 83 68 85 76 66 83 101 94 78 75 91 104 70 77 88 67 72 97 97 83 83 72 63

UT MARTIN + vs. Western Illinois + at Drake + at Grandview College DELTA STATE at Austin Peay % ALABAMA % MISSOURI # NORTHERN ILLINOIS # GEORGIA # MISSISSIPPI STATE at UT Chattanooga at Louisville * KANSAS STATE SOUTHERN MISS * STEPHEN F. AUSTIN TULANE * at Mississippi State CINCINNATI * at Florida State * at Kentucky at Virginia Tech * UAB at South Carolina * at East Tennessee St. * WESTERN KENTUCKY VANDERBILT & VirginiaTech & Cincinnati ^ Mississippi ^ Tennessee

58 60 85 68 74 59 55 70 52 80 73 68 63 72 87 74 63 61 63 90 69 68 69 92 73 73 78 59 59 70 78

+ Thanksgiving Tournament % Mid America Classic # Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN * Metro Conference regular season game & Metro Tournament, Memphis, TN ^ NCAA Tournament

1982-83 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 20-12, 6-3 METRO

NWIT Runner-up 11/26 11/27 12/1 12/3 12/9 12/13 12/18 12/21 12/30

W L W W W L W L W

71 76 74 82 73 78 100 64 102

% vs. Oregon % at Minnesota ALABAMA at Tennessee-Martin JACKSON STATE at Southern Miss * SOUTHERN UNIV. at Mississippi ILLINOIS

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

75 87 80 79 74 82 78 85 50 77 58 79 56 76 67 90 66 72 84 53 77 88 58

#4 KENTUCKY TULANE * at Mississippi State #14 SOUTH CAROLINA * at Cincinnati * at Florida State * VIRGINIA TECH * LOUISVILLE * ^ at #6 Old Dominion ^ vs New Hampshire MISSISSIPPI STATE at Stephen F. Austin at #1 Louisiana Tech at Delta State MISSISSIPPI at Tulane * FLORIDA STATE * + vs. Virginia Tech + vs. Cincinnati + Louisville & SOUTHERN ILLINOIS & ORAL ROBERTS & NEW ORLEANS

71 62 86 67 69 90 60 56 72 75 59 76 64 62 78 68 68 64 63 55 69 61 68

% Dial Classic, Minneapolis, MN # Optimist Classic, Norfolk, VA * Metro Conference regular season game + Metro Toumament & WNIT, Amarillo, TX

1983-84 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 18-12, 9-1 METRO

11/27 11/28 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/17 12/19 1/2 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/23 1/27 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/23 2/27 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/7

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

88 60 58 89 111 63 67 54 73 69 67 96 71 74 83 61 66 88 64 77 72 59 79 58 84 85 80 88 64 69

+ EASTERN ILLINOIS + CREIGHTON at Illinois DELTA STATE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST. at Mississippi State at Jackson State %Cal State Fullerton % at Miami % Indiana at Alabama SOUTHERN MISS * MISSISSIPPI STATE at Virginia Tech * at Florida State * MISSISSIPPI at Oral Roberts at Southern Miss * at Tulane * LOUISVILLE * #1 LOUISIANA TECH at South Carolina * TULANE * at Mississippi CINCINNATI * ORAL ROBERTS # Florida State # Cincinnati # South Carolina # Louisville

+ Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN % Hurricane Classic, Miami, FL * Metro Conference regular season game # Metro Tournament

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2/22 2/24 3/1 3/2

1984-85 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 23-7, 9-1 METRO

Metro Conference Champions NCAA Mideast Regional 11/26 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/8 12/15 12/28 12/30 1/7 1/10 1/12 1/15 1/18 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/30 2/2 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/27 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/16

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

99 91 66 97 89 54 83 69 91 102 99 78 91 106 77 85 78 90 57 47 79 72 67 70 76 84 91 93 77 64

# TENNESSEE STATE # #21 MIAMI at Southern Illinois MISSISSIPPI STATE % UAB % #6 LOUISIANA TECH ALCORN STATE + vs. #10 Virginia + vs. Purdue XAVIER at Louisville * at Cincinnati * at Mississippi State WESTERN CAROLINA VIRGINIA TECH * at Tulane * at Southern Miss * UT ARLINGTON SOUTH CAROLINA * at #7 Mississippi SOUTHERN MISS * at Vanderbilt TULANE * #3 MISSISSIPPI at Florida State * & at Florida State & at Cincinnati & at Virginia Tech & at Southern Miss $ at #10 Auburn

85 74 65 71 54 86 70 81 81 57 83 70 67 53 72 65 72 69 54 63 86 77 57 80 64 67 75 85 75 82

# Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN % Louisiana Tech Classic, Ruston, LA + Hurricane Classic, Miami, FL * Metro Conference regular season game & Metro Tournament $ NCAA Tournament (Monroe, La.)

1985-86 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 16-12, 7-1 METRO

11/22 11/23 11/26 11/30 12/5 12/6 12/7 12/10 12/22 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/8 2/10 2/15 2/20

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68 56 56 85 66 101 77 71 64 62 89 85 66 71 83 73 98 93 95 63 66 89 92 73

+ vs NC State + at # 14 Iowa SOUTHERN ILLINOIS at Miss. Valley State at Missouri & ARKANSAS STATE & TENNESSEE TECH at #9 Mississippi at Arkansas at South Carolina * at Virginia Tech * MISSOURI CINCINNATI * at #7 Western Kentucky LOUISVILLE * #9 MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN MISS * MCNEESE STATE at Florida State * at Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss * at Tulane * TULANE * at Vanderbilt

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58 77 71 76 80 80 63 87 76 69 78 68 63 95 65 74 77 73 66 80 63 83 69 96

W L W L

81 79 99 67

FLORIDA STATE * TENNESSEE # Louisville # Cincinnati

70 94 63 69

+ Lady Hawkeye Classic, Iowa City, IA & Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN * Metro Conference regular season game # Metro Tournament

1986-87 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 20-9, 10-2 METRO

NCAA Mideast Regional Second Round 11/29 12/4 12/9 12/19 12/20 12/22 1/3 1/5 1/10 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/23 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/5 3/15

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

66 71 65 110 93 79 91 82 84 75 87 73 68 75 81 97 108 82 77 75 70 74 93 84 103 84 61 72 75

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 63 at Mississippi State 81 at #12 Mississippi 69 % CHENEY STATE 45 % Grambling State 87 ARKANSAS 60 at Cincinnati * 75 at Louisville * 62 VIRGINIA TECH * 59 ARKANSAS STATE 67 SOUTHERN MISS * 73 MISSISSIPPI STATE * 64 SOUTH CAROLINA * 78 FLORIDA STATE * 68 at #3 Tennessee 91 CINCINNATI * 71 LOUISVILLE * 68 at Virginia Tech * 81 #5 MISSISSIPPI 76 #25 WESTERN KENTUCKY 83 at South Carolina * 66 at Southern Miss * 75 #13 VANDERBILT (Mid-South) 74 at Florida State * 67 + vs Radford 79 + vs UAB 76 + vs New Orleans 84 # vs Southern Miss 74 & at #10 Virginia 76

% Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN + Northern Lights Invitational, Anchorage, Alaska * Metro Conference regular season game # Metro Tournament, Blacksburg, VA & NCAA Tourney, Charlottesville, VA (first round bye)

1987-88 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 15-15, 7-5 METRO

11/27 11/28 12/5 12/9 12/12 12/18 12/19 1/7 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/27 1/30

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

80 94 62 81 59 97 85 72 101 61 91 62 78 73 55

& vs. Fresno State & at Santa Clara (ot) at #14 Southern lllinois ARKANSAS STATE at #7 Mississippi ^ ALCORN STATE ^ MISSISSIPPI STATE at #18 Western Kentucky DETROIT VIRGINIA TECH * at Florida State * (ot) at South Carolina * at Southern Miss * #4 TENNESSEE at Cincinnati *

82 98 84 65 94 91 77 81 75 73 90 80 82 97 73


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/17 2/22 2/24 2/27 2/29 3/7 3/10 3/11 3/12

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

82 77 103 89 94 84 78 74 73 82 73 93 73 70 70

at Louisville * at Arkansas State UMKC at Virginia Tech * FLORIDA STATE * SOUTH CAROLINA * #9 MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN MISS * at Vanderbilt CINCINNATI * LOUISVILLE * ORAL ROBERTS # Louisville # CincinnatI # South Carolina

66 79 89 84 89 69 81 71 86 57 76 71 53 68 81

& at Holiday Classic, Santa Clara, CA & Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN * Metro Conference regular season game # Metro Tournament, Tallahassee, FL

12/29 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/15 1/22 1/24 1/27 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/10 2/12 2/14 2/17 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/8

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

53 55 58 69 68 76 61 66 65 62 50 58 82 59 81 55 55 63 62 60 71 58

NEW ORLEANS at Cincinnati * at Louisville * #5 TENNESSEE VIRGINIA TECH * at Tulane * #21 SOUTHERN MISS at #25 Vanderbilt SOUTH CAROLINA * FLORIDA STATE * at Mississippi CINCINNATI * LOUISVILLE * at Virginia Tech * TULANE #21 MISSISSIPPI at South Carolina * at #17 Southern Miss * at UAB at Florida State * #22 TENNESSEE TECH % Florida State

67 70 85 88 69 79 101 99 79 72 84 53 79 77 69 51 90 76 84 98 95 83

% Aruba Sunshine Classic, Aruba & Tiger Classic, Memphis, Tenn. * Metro Conference regular season game % Metro Tournament, Cincinnati, OH

1988-89 COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 9-19, 2-11 METRO

11/26 11/30 12/2 12/3 12/6 12/19 12/20 1/3 1/7 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/20 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/11 2/14 2/20 2/22 2/25 2/27 3/2 3/9

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

81 78 98 83 76 48 48 68 72 75 59 62 64 58 81 82 69 84 53 50 55 55 78 82 80 49 80 63

MISSOURI 77 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 64 % EASTERN WASHINGTON 60 % MISSISSIPPI STATE 75 TENNESSEE STATE 45 # at #25 Washington 78 # vs. Southern lllinois 62 at Mississippi State 86 at #14 South Carolina * 97 at Florida State * 95 at #3 Mississippi 90 VIRGINIA TECH * 75 at UMKC 43 #3 LOUISIANA TECH 105 SOUTHERN MISS * 100 LOUISVILLE * 55 CINCINNATI * 73 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 61 #17 SOUTH CAROLINA * 81 at #2 Tennessee 85 at Virginia Tech * 74 #12 MISSISSIPPI 87 at Southern Miss * 92 #20 VANDERBILT 89 at Louisville * (ot) 76 at Cincinnati * 67 FLORIDA STATE * 89 & Virginia Tech 78

% Tiger Classic # Seattle Times Classic, Seattle, WA * Metro Conference regular season game & Metro Tournament, Memphis, TN

1989-90 RECORD: 6-22, 3-11 METRO

L W L L W L

80 69 68 76 80 57

% Fairfield % Bradley % # 19 Old Dominion & TENNESSEE STATE & MCNEESE STATE at Missouri

COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS RECORD: 6-22, 4-10 METRO

11/26 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/8 12/17 12/19 12/28 12/29 1/3 1/5 1/10 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/25 3/4

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

71 72 96 86 87 90 65 78 79 69 65 78 59 72 94 83 83 62 77 73 69 85 90 77 49 46 79 75

LAMAR MISSOURI PHILLIPS & SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA & MURRAY STATE ALCORN STATE at South Alabama $ at St. John’s $ vs. Iowa State SOUTH CAROLINA * VIRGINIA TECH * at Tulane * at New Orleans at Southern Miss * FLORIDA STATE * LOUISVILLE * at Louisville * at Cincinnati * #15 MISSISSIPPI at Virginia Tech * at Tennessee Tech TULANE * SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI * at Florida State * at South Carolina * at #4 Tennessee CINCINNATI * & Louisville

81 76 99 90 84 82 88 87 84 80 71 68 66 71 106 96 92 65 93 77 86 65 98 101 96 93 60 85

+ Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN $ Rev. Joseph C. Cahill Tournament, St.Johns University, Jamaica, NY * Metro Conference regular season game & Metro Conference tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

COACH: MARY LOU JOHNS

11/24 11/25 11/26 12/1 12/2 12/16

1990-91

100 61 100 79 76 89

1991-92 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 12-17, 4-6 GMC

11/23 11/30 11/30 12/3 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/17 12/21 1/2 1/5 1/11 1/13 1/15 1/22 1/25 1/30 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/26 2/29 3/3 3/12 3/13

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

65 45 64 69 50 72 87 54 68 89 58 84 65 67 76 49 87 83 88 46 84 46 59 65 50 79 82 83 58

JACKSON STATE % vs. Texas Tech % vs. Youngstown State at Alcorn State #6 VANDERBILT # MURRAY STATE # GRAMBLING STATE at Missouri at Tulane SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA #24 ARKANSAS MARQUETTE * at Mississippi State at UAB * at #6 Mississippi DEPAUL * SAINT LOUIS * at Cincinnati * at Marquette * at DePaul * ORAL ROBERTS UAB * #2 TENNESSEE at Saint Louis * at South Carolina CINCINNATI * MISSISSIPPI STATE & Cincinnati & UAB

56 69 77 79 75 75 57 69 56 59 50 89 67 85 87 70 38 81 102 66 74 75 118 54 61 59 81 69 79

% JIMCO Cowgirl Classic, Stillwater, OK # KU-UPB Classic, Memphis, TN * Great Midwest Conference regular season game * GMC Tournament, Chicago, IL

1992-93 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 12-16, 3-7 GMC

12/1 12/4 12/5 12/11 12/12 12/18 12/20 1/2 1/5 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/20 1/22 1/25 1/28 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/20 2/27 3/1 3/11 3/12

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

70 92 79 95 64 85 106 59 57 84 73 67 67 86 68 82 72 60 52 76 72 46 101 85 65 62 79 78

MIDDLE TENNESSEE % Stetson % UCF # UT MARTIN # OKLAHOMA STATE JACKSON STATE at Murray State TULANE at #1 Vanderbilt at Marquette * at #17 DePaul * UAB * (Pyramid) MISSISSIPPI (ot) ORAL ROBERTS SOUTH CAROLINA (ot) at Saint Louis * CINCINNATI * at Arkansas #25 DEPAUL * MARQUETTE * at UAB * at #1 Tennessee at UT-Martin SAINT LOUIS * at Cincinnati * Southeast Louisiana & UAB & Marquette

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2/12 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/26 3/4 3/10 3/11 3/17 3/19

1993-94 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 17-12, 8-5 GMC

12/1 12/4 12/7 12/10 12/11 12/18 12/19 12/30 1/2 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/22 1/27 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/14 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/9 3/11 3/12

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

86 63 64 82 91 72 74 65 73 72 78 93 72 79 74 73 78 80 75 99 76 81 62 69 85 74 91 103 57

UT MARTIN at Kentucky at #25 Mississippi # TENNESSEE STATE # MURRAY STATE % San Diego State % at Santa Clara #1 TENNESSEE (Pyramid) MISSOURI at Middle Tennessee MARQUETTE * ORAL ROBERTS at UAB * DEPAUL * at Dayton * at Cincinnati * SAINT LOUIS * at Marquette * at DePaul * MISSISSIPPI STATE UAB * at UT-Martin at Saint Louis * DAYTON * CINCINNATI * at Mississippi State & Dayton & Marquette & UAB

64 91 78 75 64 56 77 79 57 74 82 55 78 61 62 80 62 84 68 72 79 67 58 66 72 60 57 90 66

# Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN % Diet Pepsi Shootout, Santa Clara,CA * Great Midwest Conference regular season game & GMC Tournament, Cincinnati, OH

1994-95 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 22-8, 9-2 GMC

11/26 12/22 12/3 12/6 12/9 12/10 12/15 12/19 12/31 1/2 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/20 1/22 1/27 1/29 2/2 2/10

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95 80 82 61 70 77 56 71 73 78 64 48 88 72 43 69 65 92 76 66

W L W W W W W L W L

64 84 94 79 87 78 105 99 74 68

at Cincinnati * MARQUETTE * DEPAUL * (Pyramid) #13 MISSISSIPPI at Saint Louis * at UAB * & UAB & Marquette + #21 Southern Cal + at #9 Vanderbilt

52 87 93 67 68 53 90 102 72 95

% Gazette Times Classic, Corvallis, OR # Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN * Great Midwest Conference regular season game & GMC Championship, Milwaukee, WI + NCAA Tournament, Nashville, TN

1995-96 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 20-11, 10-4 C-USA

11/15 11/24 11/25 11/29 12/1 12/2 12/5 12/16 12/20 12/31 1/2 1/5 1/7 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/21 1/23 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/4 2/9 2/12 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/16

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

C-USA Champions NCAA Southeast Regional 81 # at Drake 89 78 $ Alcorn State 63 94 $ at LSU (ot) 101 74 SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA 71 116 % ALABAMA STATE 32 72 % KANSAS STATE 57 73 at Mississippi 74 73 at Stephen F. Austin 82 83 at Mississippi State 94 63 #4 TENNESSEE 84 86 LOUISVILLE * 70 89 UAB * 53 106 USF * 60 79 at UNC Charlotte * 60 79 at Southern Illinois 57 78 at Marquette * 53 72 at DePaul * 111 99 UT MARTIN 59 88 SOUTHERN MISS * 89 96 TULANE * 64 89 at Cincinnati * 71 84 at Saint Louis * 60 74 at Louisville * 81 94 NEW ORLEANS 66 87 UNC CHARLOTTE * (Pyramid) 69 88 DEPAUL * 109 92 at Southern Miss 86 98 & Louisville 77 87 & #23 Southern Miss 83 93 & DePaul (ot) 87 75 ^ Ohio State 97

# Preseason NWIT $Crawfish Classic, Baton Rouge, LA %KU-UPB Classic, Memphis, TN * C-USA regular season game &C-USA Tournament, Birmingham, AL +NCAA SE Regional, Knoxville, TN

1996-97 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 22-7, 12-2 C-USA

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C-USA Champions NCAA South Regional 60 at Kansas State

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11/25 11/29 11/30 12/3 12/13 12/17 12/28 12/29 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/10 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/22 1/24 1/26 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/21 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/15

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

77 83 81 63 96 80 71 79 50 86 66 70 88 77 77 81 77 87 76 75 85 74 74 86 74 68 77 93

at Middle Tennessee ^ UT MARTIN ^ #22 FLORIDA at # 4 Tennessee MISSISSIPPI STATE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS % vs. Oklahoma % at St. John’s at Louisville * at Tulane * (#22) LSU at UAB * at USF * UNC CHARLOTTE * HOUSTON (Pyramid) at UT-Martin MARQUETTE * DEPAUL * at Southern Miss * MISSISSIPPI CINCINNATI * SAINT LOUIS * LOUISVILLE * at Houston (ot) * at UNC Charlotte * # UAB # Marquette $ #14 Notre Dame

65 52 74 79 74 70 65 66 65 73 84 60 73 51 72 58 61 53 73 67 63 62 78 81 38 58 83 62

^ Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN % St. John’s Dial Invitational, Jamaica, NY * C-USA regular season game # C- USA Tournament, Chicago, IL $ NCAA South Regional, Austin, TX (#) indicates ranking from poll other than USA Today coaches poll...all other polls from USA Today.

1997-98 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 22-8, 13-3 C-USA

11/18 11/25 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/14 12/17 12/19 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/25 1/30 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/20 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/13

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C-USA Champions NCAA East Regional 65 at Southern Illinois 74 at Mississippi State 77 % NORTHEAST LOUISIANA 92 % ALCORN STATE 86 at Mississippi 102 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 94 UAB * 84 at (#24) Arkansas 84 + Tennessee Tech 87 + at Pepperdine 78 at UNC Charlotte * 77 at Saint Louis * 81 SOUTHERN MISS * 90 #24 TULANE * (Pyramid) 84 at Houston * 83 at USF * 86 at Louisville * 73 CINCINNATI * 90 MARQUETTE * 76 DEPAUL * 67 at Tulane * 81 at Southern Miss (ot) * 65 #1 TENNESSEE 94 at UAB * 68 USF * 82 HOUSTON * 78 # USF 72 # Cincinnati 79 # Louisville 80 & Youngstown State

68 87 58 65 93 75 76 93 75 78 71 71 60 77 80 77 84 72 75 63 89 83 91 82 64 66 66 64 75 91


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS % Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN + Pepperdine University Tournament * C-USA regular season game # C-USA Tournament, Louisville, KY & NCAA East Regional, Raleigh, NC (#) indicates ranking from poll other than USA Today coaches poll...all other polls from USA Today.

1998-99 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 22-10, 10-6 C-USA

11/19 11/23 11/27 11/28 12/1 12/4 12/5 12/9 12/19 12/29 1/1 1/3 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/17 1/22 1/24 1/29 1/31 2/4 2/6 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/26 2/27 3/11 3/14 3/19 3/20

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68 84 87 98 70 80 72 82 81 76 72 78 51 66 96 75 74 71 82 51 81 63 74 39 94 75 75 69 71 87 101 73

WNIT Final Four MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN ILLINOIS % SAINT FRANCIS % GRAMBLING STATE # 13 ARKANSAS + at Georgia Southern + UNC Wilmington MISSISSIPPI STATE at Austin Peay State at UAB * SAINT LOUIS * UNC CHARLOTTE * at Tulane * at Southern Miss * USF * HOUSTON * LOUISVILLE * at Cincinnati * at DePaul * at Marquette * SOUTHERN MISS * TULANE * (Pyramid) UAB * at #1Tennessee at Houston * at USF * # Houston # Marquette ^ MIDDLE TENNESSEE ^ UT MARTIN ^ ARKANSAS STATE $ at Wisconsin

70 67 61 79 58 78 55 73 73 73 73 53 98 64 74 65 84 68 64 69 78 72 52 113 69 84 60 74 61 73 86 92

% Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN + Ga. State Tournament, Atlanta, GA * C-USA regular season game # C-USA Tournament, New Orleans, LA ^ WNIT, Memphis, TN $ WNIT, Madison, WI

1999-00 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 18-12, 11-5 C-USA

11/19 11/22 11/26 11/27 11/30 12/3 12/4 12/7 12/16 12/19

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WNIT Second Round 50 at Mississippi 93 AUSTIN PEAY STATE 72 % PROVIDENCE 62 % RICE 57 at Mississippi State 60 + #20 OLD DOMINION 60 + NORTHERN IOWA 69 #2 TENNESSEE (Pyramid) 92 UALR 88 ARKANSAS

71 67 59 61 96 99 70 92 53 82

12/29 1/2 1/7 1/9 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/13 2/17 2/19 2/25 2/27 3/4 3/15 3/17

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

77 65 71 67 89 69 64 80 79 61 81 86 66 68 67 76 73 67 76 71

ALABAMA (Pyramid) at UAB * at Southern Miss * at Tulane * USF * HOUSTON * at DePaul * MARQUETTE * CINCINNATI * LOUISVILLE * at USF * at Houston * UAB * SOUTHERN MISS * TULANE * at UNC Charlotte * at Saint Louis * # UNC Charlotte ^ ARKANSAS STATE ^ FLORIDA

57 64 84 83 84 48 68 68 70 58 62 61 58 79 87 62 66 83 74 74

% Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN + Carrier Classic, Atlanta, GA & Played at Alltell Arena in Little Rock * C-USA regular season game # C-USA Tournament, Louisville, KY ^WNIT, Memphis, TN

2000-01 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 17-13, 9-7 C-USA

11/18 11/21 11/24 11/25 12/1 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/15 12/20 12/27 12/31 1/5 1/8 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/4 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/23 2/25 3/2 3/3 3/15

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

66 88 90 75 89 58 55 72 60 93 83 51 70 69 82 58 62 77 81 62 58 71 76 76 73 83 64 66 74 67

WNIT First Round ARKANSAS (Pyramid) #14 MISSISSIPPI ST. % EAST TENNESSEE % TEXAS A&M + Eastern Kentucky + at Rice at Alabama at UALR at #2 Tennessee at UMKC TENNESSEE TECH at UAB * DEPAUL * at Marquette * UAB * TULANE * SOUTHERN MISS * (ot) at Houston * at USF * (ot) at Louisville * at Cincinnati * SAINT LOUIS * CHARLOTTE * at Tulane * at Southern Miss * HOUSTON * USF * # Saint Louis # Houston ^ at Alabama

% Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN + Rice Tournament, Houston, TX * C-USA regular season game # C-USA Tournament, Milwaukee, WI ^ WNIT, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

58 82 48 68 66 70 65 64 98 38 85 78 52 60 71 67 65 80 71 88 71 58 71 61 58 71 52 52 80 67

2001-02 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 11-17, 5-9 C-USA

11/16 11/17 11/20 11/23 11/24 11/27 12/2 12/5 12/9 12/13 12/19 12/29 1/2 1/6 1/11 1/13 1/18 1/20 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/17 2/22 2/24 3/1

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

65 70 84 71 63 73 48 71 67 62 62 66 80 64 59 65 59 61 77 83 91 88 59 59 70 55 61 46

+ at Nevada + North Texas UM-EASTERN SHORE % UMKC % KENTUCKY at Mississippi State at Arkansas at Tennessee Tech UMASS (Pyramid) UL-LAFAYETTE at Texas A&M #2 TENNESSEE (Pyramid) MIDDLE TENNESSEE (ot) at Saint Louis * #21 TULANE * SOUTHERN MISS * at DePaul * at Marquette * SAINT LOUIS * (Pyramid) EAST CAROLINA * CHARLOTTE * at Louisville * at Cincinnati * TCU * HOUSTON * at UAB * at USF * # Charlotte

82 75 58 43 55 95 85 75 56 50 59 92 82 55 77 55 80 77 54 62 56 95 85 65 84 57 80 58

+ Nevada Tournament, Reno, NV % Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN * C-USA regular season game # C-USA Tournament, Chicago, IL

2002-03 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 13-15, 6-8 C-USA

11/22 11/25 11/29 11/30 12/4 12/7 12/14 12/15 12/19 12/30 1/4 1/9 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/21 1/24 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/28 3/2 3/6

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

56 63 92 59 63 64 57 42 83 68 46 64 60 72 46 70 71 64 68 76 76 70 74 53 56 53 87 64

APSU(@Pyramid) at UL-Lafayette % TENNESSEE STATE % MICHIGAN STATE #19 MISSISSIPPI STATE TENNESSEE TECH + Jackson St. + New Mexico at Middle Tennessee ARK.-PINE BLUFF at Massachusetts #10 ARKANSAS SAINT LOUIS * at Southern Miss * at Tulane * LIPSCOMB MARQUETTE * #20 DEPAUL * at Charlotte (ot) * at East Carolina * USF * UAB * at Houston * at TCU * at Saint Louis * CINCINNATI * LOUISVILLE (Pyramid) # Marquette

50 50 71 56 79 67 54 78 89 41 51 78 71 75 70 67 60 58 73 87 53 54 69 61 64 74 72 79

% Tiger Classic, Memphis, TN

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS + New Mexico Tourney, Albuquerque, NM * C-USA regular season game # C-USA Tournament, Memphis, TN

1/23 1/28 1/30 2/5 2/7 2/15 2/18 2/20 2/25 3/3 3/4

2003-04 COACH: JOYE LEE-McNELIS RECORD: 21-10, 9-5 C-USA

11/21 11/24 11/28 11/29 12/3 12/6 12/11 12/13 12/20 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/5 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/25 1/31 2/2 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/20 2/27 3/4 3/5 3/18 3/21

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

WNIT Second Round 89 UM-EASTERN SHORE 63 71 at Tennessee Tech 50 78 ^ EASTERN KENTUCKY 65 69 ^ MISSISSIPPI 63 81 at Austin Peay 70 80 UT-MARTIN 52 49 VANDERBILT 73 88 UA-PINE BLUFF 38 61 UALR (@Pyramid) WLMT 48 73 + Idaho 64 56 + at Montana 74 75 at Arkansas 79 68 at Lipscomb 58 55 HOUSTON * 58 75 #19 TCU * 78 64 at Cincinnati * 61 65 at Louisville * 66 93 UAB * 64 69 USF * 59 76 at Tulane * 64 73 at Southern Miss * 61 74 CHARLOTTE * 67 79 EAST CAROLINA * 60 57 at Marquette * 60 78 at #13 DePaul * 87 69 at Saint Louis * 65 69 SAINT LOUIS * 60 64 % UAB 54 58 % Louisville 63 66 ! Tulsa 64 87 ! Western Kentucky 104

^ Tiger Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) + Univ. of Montana Tournament (Missoula, Mont.) % C-USA Championships (Ft. Worth, Texas) * C-USA regular season game ! WNIT

2004-05 COACH: BLAIR SAVAGE-LANSDEN RECORD: 13-16, 5-9 C-USA

11/19 11/22 11/26 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/11 12/19 12/20 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/9 1/14 1/16 1/21

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MERCER LIPSCOMB ! CENTENARY ! UL MONROE at # 14 Vanderbilt at UT Martin ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA STATE % Oral Roberts % Western Kentucky RADFORD at Nebraska at Mississippi at East Carolina * at Charlotte * TULANE * SOUTHERN MISS * at UAB *

40 52 42 67 96 74 59 59 87 84 37 82 82 60 72 53 51 47

L L L L L W W L L W L

58 68 56 64 45 61 61 59 58 76 55

at USF * LOUISVILLE * CINCINNATI * at TCU * at Houston * SAINT LOUIS * MARQUETTE * # 12 DEPAUL * at Saint Louis (ot) * ^ East Carolina ^ #11 DePaul

72 75 58 74 74 58 58 95 59 67 78

! Tiger Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) % Fun in the Sun Shootout (Playa del Carmen, Mexico) * C-USA regular season game ^ C-USA Championships (Charlotte, N.C)

2005-06 COACH: BLAIR SAVAGE-LANSDEN RECORD: 3-25, 1-15 C-USA

11/18 11/21 11/25 11/26 11/29 12/2 12/3 12/7 12/16 12/19 12/29 1/6 1/8 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/22 1/27 1/29 2/2 2/6 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/2

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

60 53 49 88 76 57 66 73 81 42 44 52 68 45 40 58 58 54 67 60 71 54 54 50 63 62 56 73

at UL Monroe at Arkansas ! AUSTIN PEAY ! CLEMSON at Lipscomb % at #13 Arizona St. % vs. Holy Cross UT MARTIN MISSISSIPPI at Oklahoma State #18 GEORGIA (FEF) MARSHALL * EAST CAROLINA * at SMU * at Tulsa * UAB * at Tulane * UCF * SOUTHERN MISS * at UAB * UTEP * at East Carolina * at Marshall * at Southern Miss * at UCF * HOUSTON * RICE * ^ Marshall

80 99 74 97 74 103 91 50 87 91 97 65 81 67 93 61 74 65 73 101 66 74 74 73 77 70 72 80

! Tiger Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) % Wells Fargo/ASU Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) * C-USA game ^ C-USA Championships (Dallas, Texas)

2006-07 COACH: BLAIR SAVAGE-LANSDEN RECORD: 4-27, 1-15 C-USA

11/10 11/11 11/12 11/17 11/20 11/24 11/25 11/29 12/3 12/9

L L L L L W W L L L

60 71 64 54 50 90 57 46 60 79

% Winthrop % Dayton % at Louisville SAMFORD UL MONROE ! CENTRAL ARKANSAS ! LIPSCOMB at # 8 Georgia UT MARTIN (FEF) CREIGHTON

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83 96 102 62 69 86 55 95 69 89

12/15 12/18 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/5 1/7 1/12 1/14 1/18 1/20 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/22 2/24 3/1

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

60 54 73 51 59 65 71 55 62 50 57 77 60 57 61 58 59 80 73 46 75

SE LOUISIANA # 25 ARKANSAS ^ at UT San Antonio ^ vs. Kentucky UAB * SMU * TULSA * at Southern Miss * at UCF * MARSHALL * EAST CAROLINA * at UAB * at Marshall * at East Carolina * TULANE (FEF) * at UTEP * SOUTHERN MISS * UCF * at Houston * at Rice * & vs. UTEP

45 70 85 86 75 97 87 76 77 69 69 84 73 79 77 80 85 73 86 79 84

% University of Louisville Invitational (Louisville ,Ky.) ! Tiger Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) ^ UT San Antonio Classic (San Antonio, Texas) * C-USA game & C-USA Championships (Tulsa, Oklahoma) (#) Indicates a poll ranking other than from USA Today/ Coaches Poll

2007-08 COACH: BLAIR SAVAGE-LANSDEN RECORD: 10-20, 7-9 C-USA

11/10 11/16 11/19 11/2 11/24 11/28 12/2 12/14 12/18 12/20 12/21 12/28 1/4 1/6 1/10 1/12 1/18 1/20 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/23 2/28 3/1 3/6

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

58 72 57 78 77 81 57 66 66 86 49 97 68 63 47 69 74 62 66 54 62 56 78 49 72 73 61 64 69 63

TENNESSEE TECH SE LOUISIANA at Creighton ! TENNESSEE STATE ! LOUISIANA TECH ALABAMA A&M MISSISSIPPI STATE BELMONT at Arkansas % Loyola Chicago % at Florida Gulf Coast UA PINE BLUFF (ot) TOLEDO (FEF) (ot) at UAB * MARSHALL * EAST CAROLINA * at Tulane * at UTEP * UAB (FEF) * HOUSTON * RICE * at Southern Miss * at UCF * at SMU * TULSA * at Marshall * at East Carolina * SOUTHERN MISS * UCF * Tulsa &

! Tiger Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) % Florida Gulf Coast Invitational (Ft. Myers, Fla.) * C-USA game & C-USA Championships (Orlando, Fla.)

74 75 90 76 82 72 92 78 91 79 71 99 71 76 61 50 66 75 72 70 56 76 68 93 49 83 59 60 81 85


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2009-10 COACH: MELISSA McFERRIN RECORD: 20-14, 10-6 C-USA

Melissa McFerrin took over the Tiger program on April 19, 2008.

2008-09 COACH: MELISSA McFERRIN RECORD: 12-18, 5-11 C-USA

11/14 11/16 11/18 11/21 11/24 11/28 11/29 12/3 12/11 12/13 12/18 12/20 12/30 1/4 1/8 1/10 1/16 1/18 1/22 1/24 1/29 1/31 2/7 2/12 2/15 2/20 2/22 2/26 2/28 3/5-8

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

64 60 67 63 72 61 64 69 49 49 45 52 63 62 67 65 72 65 66 57 53 44 65 57 65 74 61 67 77 57

NORTHERN ARIZONA at Belmont LOUISIANA TECH at Ole Miss OHIO UNIVERSITY % WICHITA STATE % STEPHEN F AUSTIN ARKANSAS SOUTH ALABAMA at Mississippi State $ vs. UT Arlington $ vs. Winthrop at Tennessee Tech UAB * UCF * SOUTHERN MISS * at Rice * at Houston * at East Carolina * at Marshall * UTEP * TULANE * at UAB * SMU * at Tulsa * EAST CAROLINA * MARSHALL * at UCF * at Southern Miss * (ot) # vs. Marshall

47 69 60 84 69 54 52 76 66 81 84 46 61 71 85 74 69 83 83 72 73 59 60 71 60 68 70 82 74 76

% 24th Annual Piggly Wiggly Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) $ Sunsplash Shootout (Nassau, Bahamas) # at C-USA Championships (New Orleans, La.)

WBI Runners-Up 11/13 L 74 INDIANA (FEF) 11/15 L 59 MURRAY STATE 11/18 W 75 at Missouri 11/22 W 68 UT MARTIN 11/27 W 98 % vs. Sacramento State 11/29 L 54 % vs. Eastern Washington 12/4 L 72 at Florida International 12/9 W 55 at South Alabama 12/18 L 72 OLE MISS 12/20 W 73 NORTHWESTERN STATE 12/22 L 76 at Louisiana Tech 12/28 W 70 JACKSON STATE 1/2 W 59 SAINT LOUIS 1/7 W 77 TULSA * 1/9 L 59 SMU * 1/15 W 49 at UCF * 1/17 W 60 at Southern Miss * 1/23 W 59 RICE * (FEF) (ot) 1/28 W 57 at Marshall * 1/30 L 59 at East Carolina * 2/4 W 67 UAB * 2/7 L 62 at Houston * 2/12 W 89 SOUTHERN MISS * (ot) 2/14 W 76 UCF * 2/18 L 61 at Tulane * 2/20 W 59 at UTEP * 2/25 W 62 MARSHALL * 2/27 L 76 ECU * (FEF) (ot) 3/4 L 53 at UAB * 3/9 L 66 $ vs. East Carolina 3/18 W 72 # UMKC 3/21 W 74 # WICHITA STATE 3/25 W 74 # TEXAS A&M-CC 3/28 L 71 # at Appalachian State % University of Washington Tourn. (Seattle, Wash.) $ C-USA Championships (Tulsa, Okla.) # Women’s Basketball Invitational

78 69 74 51 83 58 81 50 73 58 86 48 55 72 64 47 57 58 50 76 56 68 85 72 86 57 53 77 64 73 67 58 58 79

2010-11 COACH: MELISSA McFERRIN RECORD: 20-13, 8-8 C-USA

11/12 11/15 11/18 11/20 11/26 11/27 11/28 12/6 12/11 12/17 12/19 12/22 12/29 12/31 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/6 2/8

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

40 81 80 45 67 58 58 50 64 69 76 71 62 83 74 87 55 58 74 68 69 78 83 74

WNIT First Round MISSOURI (FEF) GRAMBLING STATE at Indiana at Ohio # Fordham # at Kansas # vs. North Dakota State CHICAGO STATE UALR at Saint Louis NORTH CAROLINA A&T FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL MCNEESE STATE JACKSON STATE MARSHALL * (FEF) at East Carolina * UTEP * at UAB * UCF * at Houston * at Marshall * SOUTHERN MISS * (FEF) EAST CAROLINA * (FEF) at Tulsa *

67 59 71 62 66 90 55 49 47 50 51 65 34 64 54 75 60 65 53 81 69 58 70 58

2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/3 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/7

L L L W L L W W L L

58 51 63 73 45 52 71 63 63 69

RICE * at Southern Miss * at Tulane * SMU * UAB * at UCF * % vs. Southern Miss % vs. Rice % vs. UCF ! ALABAMA

71 66 75 63 59 70 63 52 63 80

# Basketball Traveler Inc. Tourney (Lawrence, Kan.) % C-USA Championships (El Paso, Texas) ! WNIT (First Round, Memphis, Tenn.)

2011-12 COACH: MELISSA McFERRIN RECORD: 25-8, 13-3 C-USA

11/11 11/13 11/15 11/19 11/22 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/10 12/17 12/18 12/22 12/30 1/5 1/8 1/5 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/4 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/26 3/1 3/8 3/9 3/15 3/17

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

WNIT Second Round 63 SAINT LOUIS (FEF) 79 BELMONT 54 at Illinois 89 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF 80 SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA 77 UT ARLINGTON 88 TENNESSEE STATE 90 UT MARTIN 81 at UALR 86 % vs. Louisiana Tech 60 % at St. John’s 48 at Missouri 82 SETON HALL 61 TULANE * 60 at UTEP * 62 EAST CAROLINA * 85 at Southern Miss * 70 at UAB * 71 MARSHALL * 69 at East Carolina * 54 SOUTHERN MISS * 65 UCF (FEF) * 60 at SMU * 69 HOUSTON * 54 at Marshall * 61 at UCF * 71 UAB * 66 TULSA * 65 at Rice * 77 $ SMU 44 $ TULANE (FEF) 60 # CHATTANOOGA # 65 # at Missouri State #

60 40 62 60 44 60 64 69 66 67 64 58 73 59 66 59 44 49 58 56 62 57 55 41 65 54 56 64 60 67 63 59 82

% (St. John’s Tournament, New York, N.Y.) $ C-USA Championships (Memphis, Tenn.) # WNIT

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HEAD COACHES YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-82 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-2010 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Record Win % Head Coach 17-6 73.9 Mary Lou Johns 23-9 71.9 Mary Lou Johns 29-9 76.3 Mary Lou Johns 19-8 70.4 Mary Lou Johns 27-9 75.0 Mary Lou Johns 29-8 78.4 Mary Lou Johns 26-7 78.8 Mary Lou Johns 19-12 61.3 Mary Lou Johns 20-11 64.5 Mary Lou Johns 26-5 83.9 Mary Lou Johns 20-12 62.5 Mary Lou Johns 18-12 60.0 Mary Lou Johns 23-7 76.7 Mary Lou Johns 16-12 57.1 Mary Lou Johns 20-9 69.0 Mary Lou Johns 15-15 50.0 Mary Lou Johns 9-19 32.1 Mary Lou Johns 6-22 21.4 Mary Lou Johns 6-22 21.4 Mary Lou Johns 12-17 41.4 Joye Lee-McNelis 12-16 42.9 Joye Lee-McNelis 17-12 58.6 Joye Lee-McNelis 22-8 73.3 Joye Lee-McNelis 20-11 64.5 Joye Lee-McNelis 22-7 75.9 Joye Lee-McNelis 22-8 73.3 Joye Lee-McNelis 22-10 68.8 Joye Lee-McNelis 18-12 60.0 Joye Lee-McNelis 17-13 56.7 Joye Lee-McNelis 11-17 39.3 Joye Lee-McNelis 13-15 46.4 Joye Lee-McNelis 21-10 67.8 Joye Lee-McNelis 13-16 44.8 Blair Savage-Lansden 3-25 10.7 Blair Savage-Lansden 4-27 12.9 Blair Savage-Lansden 10-20 33.3 Blair Savage-Lansden 12-18 40.0 Melissa McFerrin 20-14 58.8 Melissa McFerrin 21-13 61.8 Melissa McFerrin 25-8 75.8 Melissa McFerrin 705-511 58.0

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL LANDMARK WINS No. 1 No. 100 No. 200 No. 300 No. 400 No. 500 No. 600 No. 700

Memphis 73, Jackson State CC 27 (no date available) Memphis 78, Alabama 73 (no date available) Memphis 69, at San Diego State 56 (1/7/81) Memphis 77, Tennessee Tech 63 (12/7/85) Memphis 78, Saint Louis 62 (1/31/94) Memphis 80, at Georgia Southern 78 (12/4/98) Memphis 65, Centenary 42 (11/26/04) Memphis 61, at UCF 54 (2/19/12)

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CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RESULTS METRO CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 1980 Tallahassee, Fla.

HOSTED BY FLORIDA STATE Second Round: Memphis 75, Tulane 62 Finals: Louisville 75, Memphis 72

1981 New Orleans, La.

HOSTED BY TULANE Second Round: Memphis 88, Tulane 81 Championship: Louisville 69, Memphis 66

1982 Memphis, Tenn.

HOSTED BY MEMPHIS STATE Semifinals: Memphis 83, Va. Tech 59 Finals: Memphis 83, Cincinnati 59

1983 Louisville, Ky.

HOSTED BY LOUISVILLE First Round: Memphis 72, Va. Tech 64 Semifinals: Memphis 84, Cincinnati 63 Finals: Louisville 55, Memphis 53

1984 Cincinnati, Ohio

HOSTED BY CINCINNATI First Round: Memphis 88, Cincinnati 77 Semifinals: Memphis 64, So. Carolina 60 Finals: Louisville 71, Memphis 69

1985 Hattiesburg, Miss.

HOSTED BY SOUTHERN MISS First Round: Memphis 91, Cincinnati 75 Semifinals: Memphis 93, Va. Tech 85 Finals: Memphis 77, USM 75 (ot)

1986 Columbia, S.C.

HOSTED BY SOUTH CAROLINA First Round: Memphis 99, Louisville 63 Semifinals: Cincinnati 69, Memphis 67

1987 Blacksburg,Va.

HOSTED BY VIRGINIA TECH Semifinals: USM 74, Memphis 72 (ot)

1988 Tallahassee, Fla.

HOSTED BY FLORIDA STATE First Round: Memphis 73, Louisville 53 Semifinals: Memphis 70, Cincinnati 68 Finals: S. Carolina 81, Memphis 70

1989 Memphis, Tenn.

HOSTED BY MEMPHIS First Round: Va. Tech 78, Memphis 63

1990 Cincinnati, Ohio

HOSTED BY CINCINNATI First Round: Florida St. 83, Memphis 58

1991 Louisville, Ky.

HOSTED BY LOUISVILLE First Round: Louisville 85, Memphis 75

GREAT MIDWEST CONF. TOURNAMENT

HOSTED BY DEPAUL First Round: BYE Quarterfinal: Memphis 68, UAB 58 Semifinals: Marquette 83, Memphis 77

1998 Louisville, Ky.

HOSTED BY LOUISVILLE First Round: BYE Quarterfinals: Memphis 78, USF 66 Semifinals: Memphis 72, Cincinnati 64 Finals: Memphis 79, Louisville 75

1999 New Orleans, La.

HOSTED BY TULANE First Round: Memphis 75, Houston 60 Quarterfinal: Marquette 74, Memphis 69

1992 Chicago, Ill.

HOSTED BY DEPAUL First Round: Memphis 83, Cincinnati 69 Semifinals: UAB 79, Memphis, 58

1993 Memphis, Tenn.

HOSTED BY MEMPHIS First Round: Memphis 79, UAB 69 Semifinals: Marquette 90, Memphis 78

1994 Cincinnati, Ohio

HOSTED BY CINCINNATI First Round: Memphis 91, Dayton 57 Semifinals: Memphis 103, Marquette 90 Finals: UAB 66, Memphis 57

1995 Milwaukee, Wis.

HOSTED BY MARQUETTE First Round: Bye Semifinals: Memphis 105, UAB 90 Finals: Marquette 102, Memphis 99

2000 Louisville, Ky.

HOSTED BY LOUISVILLE First Round: BYE Quarterfinal: Charlotte 83, Memphis 67

2001 Milwaukee, Wis.

HOSTED BY MARQUETTE First Round: Memphis 66, Saint Louis 52 Quarterfinal: Houston 80, Memphis 74

2002 Chicago, Ill.

HOSTED BY DEPAUL First Round: Charlotte 58, Memphis 46

2003 Memphis, Tenn.

HOSTED BY MEMPHIS First Round: Marquette 79, Memphis 64

2004 Ft. Worth, Texas First Round: Quarterfinal:

CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT

HOSTED BY TCU Memphis 64, UAB 54 Louisville 66, Memphis 64

2005 Charlotte, N.C.

1996 Birmingham, Ala. First Round: Quarterfinal: Semifinals: Finals:

1997 Chicago, Ill.

HOSTED BY UAB

BYE Memphis 98, Louisville 77 Memphis 88, USM 83 Memphis 93, DePaul 87 (ot)

HOSTED BY CHARLOTTE First Round: Memphis 76, ECU 67 Semifinals: DePaul 78, Memphis 55

2006 Dallas, Texas First Round:

HOSTED BY SMU Marshall 80, Memphis 73

2007 Tulsa, Oklahoma First Round:

HOSTED BY TULSA UTEP 84, Memphis 75

2008 ORLANDO, FLA. First Round:

HOSTED BY UCF Tulsa 85, Memphis 63

2009 NEW ORLEANS, LA.

HOSTED BY TULANE First Round: Marshall 76, Memphis 57

2010 TULSA, OKLA.

HOSTED BY TULSA Quarterfinals: ECU 73, Memphis 66

2011 EL PASO, TEXAS

HOSTED BY UTEP First Round: Memphis 71, USM 63 Quarterfinals: Memphis 63, Rice 52 Semifinals: UCF 81, Memphis 63

2012 MEMPHIS, TENN.

HOSTED BY MEMPHIS First Round: BYE Quarterfinals: Memphis 77, SMU 67 Semifinals: Tulane 63, Memphis 44 The Tigers have appeared in the C-USA finals two times and have won two league championships. Memphis hosted the C-USA Championships for just the second time in school history in 2011-12.

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TCWSF Site: Cookeville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech.......................... 84-72

L W W

Middle Tennessee State Tip-Off Classic Site: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Kentucky................................... 101-94 Murray State.............................. 88-72 Mississippi State....................... 103-77

W W

Tiger Invitational (1st) Site: Memphis, Tenn. Louisville..................................... 89-67 Florida State............................... 89-69

L W

Warrensburg Tournament Site: Warrensburg, Mo. Oral Roberts............................... 68-67 South Dakota State................... 101-69

W W

Dial Classic Site: Minneapolis, Minn. Oregon....................................... 71-65 Minnesota.................................. 84-76

Tennessee Tournament Site: Knoxville, Tenn. L Tennessee................................... 80-77 W Old Dominion............................. 93-85

L W

Optimist Classic Site: Norfolk, Va. Old Dominion............................. 72-50 New Hampshire.......................... 77-75

W W L

Metro Tournament Site: Louisville, Ky. Cincinnati................................... 84-63 Virginia Tech............................... 72-64 Louisville..................................... 63-53

TCWSF Site: Martin, Tenn. W East Tennessee State.................. 98-59 L Tennessee................................... 76-87 W Tennessee-Martin...................... 78 64 W Middle Tennessee...................... 73-62 W Tennessee Tech.......................... 88-76

1978-79 W W

MTSU Tip-Off Classic (1st) Site: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Mississippi Univ. for Women..... ,99-66 Middle Tennessee...................... 91-81

W L

Louisiana Tech Classic Site: Ruston, La. Mississippi College..................... 85-83 LouisianaTech............................. 76-57

W W

Metro Christmas Tournament (1st) Cincinnati................................... 87-56 Louisville..................................... 83-76

W W

Jennies Classic (1st) Site: Warrensburg, Mo. Oakland...................................... 94-74 Central Michigan........................ 77-60

Ilinois St. Redbird Invitational (1st) Site: Normal, Ill. W Southern Illinois......................... 77-71 W Illinois State................................ 85-69 W Central Missouri......................... 87-68

L

W W L

Queens Classic Site: Plainview, Texas Kansas.................................. 2 (forfeit) Ohio State................................... 84-75 San Jose State............................. 71-61

W L

Queens College Classic Site: New York, New York Stanford...................................... 87-64 Queens College.......................... 80-66

W W W W

Lady Aggie Classic (1st) Site: College Station, Texas Baylor......................................... 89-74 Texas A&M................................. 62-51 Southwest Missouri St................ 77-51 McNeese State........................... 56-49

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1981-82

L L

Santa Clara Holiday Classic Site: Santa Clara, Calif. Fresno State............................... 82-80 Santa Clara.......................... 98-94 (ot)

W W

Tiger Classic (1st) Site: Memphis, Tenn. Alcorn State................................ 97-91 Mississippi State......................... 85-77

1988-89 W W

Tiger Classic (1st) Site: Memphis, Tenn. Eastern Washington................... 98-60 Mississippi State......................... 83-75

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Seattle Times Classic Site: Seattle, Wash. Washington................................ 78-48 Southern Illinois......................... 56-48

1989-90

1983-84 W L

Tiger Classic Site: Memphis, Tenn. Eastern Illinois............................ 88-79 Creighton.................................... 65-60

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Miami Masonic Classic Site: Miami, Fla. California State-Fullerton........... 59-54 Miami......................................... 76-73 Indiana....................................... 71-69

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Aruba Sunshine Classic Site: Aruba Fairfield.................................... 100-80 Bradley....................................... 69-61 Old Dominion........................... 100-68

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Tiger Classic Site: Memphis, Tenn. Tennessee St............................... 79-76 McNeese S.................................. 80-76

1990-91

1984-85 W W

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Louisiana Tech Classic Site: Ruston, La. Alabama-Birmingham................ 89-54 Louisiana Tech............................ 86-54

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Hurricane Classic Site: Miami, Fla. Virginia....................................... 81-69 Purdue........................................ 91-81

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Amana-Hawkeye Classic Site: Iowa City, Iowa North Carolina State................... 68-58 lowa ......................................... 77-56

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Tiger Classic (1st) Site: Memphis, Tenn. North Carolina State................... 68-58 Tennessee Tech.......................... 77-63

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Rev. Joseph Cahill Tournament

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1991-92

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Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Crawfish Classic

W Alcorn State................................ 78-63 L LSU ................................ 101-94 (ot) Tiger Classic (1st)

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Tiger Classic (1st) Site: Memphis, Tenn. Cheyney State.......................... 110-45 Grambling................................... 93-87

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Northern Lights Site: Anchorage, Alaska Radford .................................... 103-79

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Tiger Classic (1st)

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Tennessee State......................... 82-75 Murray State.............................. 91-64

UT-Martin................................... 83-52 Florida........................................ 81-74

Tiger Classic (1st)

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Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Northeast Louisiana................... 77-58 Alcorn State................................ 92-65 Malibu Classic (1st)

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Site: Malibu, Calif.

Tennessee Tech.......................... 84-75 Pepperdine................................. 87-78

1998-99 Tiger Classic (1st)

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Site: Memphis, Tenn.

St. Francis College...................... 87-61 Grambling State......................... 98-79 Georgia St. Tournament (1st)

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Site: Atlanta, Ga.

Georgia Southern....................... 80-78 UNC Wilmington........................ 72-55

1999-2000 Tiger Classic (1st)

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Tennessee-Martin...................... 95-69 Wisconsin................................... 75-64

1993-94

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

1997-98

Stetson....................................... 92-63 Central Florida............................ 78-41

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Site: Jamaica, New York

Oklahoma................................... 71-65 St. John’s.................................... 79-66 Tiger Classic (1st)

Site: Orlando, Fla.

Tiger Classic

Alabama State.......................... 116-32 Kansas State............................... 72-57

St. John’s-Dial Invitational (1st)

UCF Tip-Off Classic (1st) W W

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

1996-97

Murray State.............................. 75-72 Grambling State......................... 87-57

1992-93

Syracuse..................................... 84-70 Southern Methodist................... 99-77

Site: Baton Rouge, La.

Site: Stillwater, Okla.

Texas Tech................................... 69-45 Youngstown State....................... 77-64 Tiger Classic

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

1995-96

JIMCO-Cowgirl Classic L L

Site: Corvallis, Ore.

Gonzaga...................................... 80-78 Cal State Polytechnic.................. 82-81 Tiger Classic (1st)

Site: Queens, NY

St. John’s.................................... 87-78 lowa State................................... 84-79

San Diego State.......................... 72-56 Santa Clara................................. 77-74

Gazette Times Classic

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Southeastern La......................... 90-86 Murray State.............................. 87-84

Site: Santa Clara, Calif.

1994-95

Tiger Classic

Tiger Classic (1st) Site: Memphis, Tenn. Tennessee State......................... 99-85 Miami......................................... 91-74

1985-86

Diet Pepsi Shootout

UAB ......................................... 84-76 New Orleans............................... 84-61

1987-88

1980-81

TCWSF Site: Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee-Martin...................... 73-66

1979-80

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Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Providence College..................... 72-59 Rice ......................................... 62-61 Carrier Classic

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Site: Syracuse, New York

Old Dominion............................. 99-60 Northern Iowa............................ 70-60


REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENT HISTORY

The 2008-09 Tiger team was the last to win a regular season tournament, winning the 24th Annual Piggly Wiggly Classic.

2000-01 Tiger Classic (1st)

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Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Grizzlies Invite (2nd)

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East Tennessee St....................... 90-48 Texas A&M................................. 75-68

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Eastern Kentucky........................ 89-66 Rice ......................................... 70-58

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Site: Reno, Nevada

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UMKC 71-43 Kentucky..................................... 63-55

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2002-03 Tiger Classic (1st)

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Site: Memphis, Tenn.

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Tennessee St............................... 92-71 Michigan St................................. 59-56

2003-04 Tiger Classic (1st)

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Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Oral Roberts .............................. 87-79 W. Kentucky ............................... 84-64 W W

Tiger Classic (4th) Site: Memphis, Tenn.

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Tennessee State......................... 78-76 Louisiana Tech............................ 82-77

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Site: New York, N.Y.

Louisiana Tech............................ 88-67 at St. John’s................................ 64-60

Site: Ft. Myers, Fla.

Loyola Chicago........................... 86-79 Florida Gulf Coast....................... 71-49

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Wichita State.............................. 61-54 Stephen F. Austin........................ 64-52

Site: Nassau, Bahamas

UT Arlington............................... 84-54 Winthrop.................................... 52-46

2009-10

Site: Tempe, Ariz.

No. 12 Arizona State................. 103-57 Holy Cross................................... 91-66

University of Washington Tourn. W L

Site: Seattle Wash.

Sacramento State....................... 98-83 Eastern Washington................... 58-54

2010-11

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Central Arkansas........................ 90-86 Belmont...................................... 57-55 UT San Antonio Classic

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St. John’s Chartwell’s Holiday Classic.

Sunsplash Shootout (3rd)

Austin Peay................................. 74-49 Clemson..................................... 97-88

Site: San Antonio, Texas

Tiger Classic (2nd)

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

24th Annual Piggly Wiggly Classic (1st)

Tiger Classic (1st)

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2011-12

2008-09

Site: Playa del Carmen, Mexico

2006-07

Site: Albuquerque, N.M.

Jackson St................................... 57-54 New Mexico............................... 78-42

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Arizona State/Wells Fargo Tourney (4th)

UNM SW Airlines Shootout (2nd) W L

Centenary................................... 65-42 UL Monroe................................. 71-67

2005-06

Tiger Classic (1st)

2007-08

FGCU Tournament (2nd)

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

Fun in the Sun Shootout (4th)

Nevada....................................... 82-65 North Texas................................ 75-70

Site: Memphis, Tenn.

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Tiger Classic (1st)

2001-02 Univ. of Nevada Tourney

Idaho ......................................... 73-64 Montana..................................... 74-56

2004-05

Rice University Tournament

Site: Houston, Texas

Site: Missoula, Mont.

UT San Antonio.......................... 85-73 Kentucky..................................... 86-51

Basketball Travelers Inc. W L W

Site: Lawrence, Kan.

Fordham..................................... 67-66 at Kansas.................................... 90-58 North Dakota State..................... 58-55

E. Kentucky................................. 73-64 Ole Miss...................................... 69-62

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30-POINT GAMES/100-POINT GAMES MEMPHIS 100-POINT GAMES

30-PLUS POINT GAMES DATE 11-27-09 3-17-99 1-15-99 11-18-78 2-10-79 3-5-84 12-20-95 3-13-98 12-6-83 1-29-86 3-21-04 2-21-97 11-21-00 1-29-94 3-2-96 12-14-97 3-15-00 11-23-98 1-10-99 1-31-91 2-15-98 2-13-99 2-27-99 1-13-79 2-18-96 1-5-98 12-5-98 11-21-78 2-17-79 2-12-82 12-13-96 1-5-78 2-17-79 2-19-82 2-27-82 12-11-93 3-2-98 1-1-99 12-14-76 12-30-82 12-6-86 1-9-93 1-14-95 1-16-96 2-25-96 1-12-96 2-6-11 2-28-10 12-4-98 1-7-78 2-17-82 12-19-95 2-10-95 1-26-96 1-17-97 1-19-97 1-23-98 1-25-98 1-30-98 11-18-09 12-19-98 2-3-77 1-30-78 11-23-78 1-11-79 1-31-80 1-9-82 12-10-83 12-14-97 12-17-97 12-30-97 1-30-98 2-1-02 1-2-04 12-3-03 11-25-05

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PLAYER BRITTANY CARTER TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE BETTY BOOKER BETTY BOOKER REGINA STREET LATONYA JOHNSON TAMIKA WHITMORE REGINA STREET VERA WEBB VICTORIA CRAWFORD TAMIKA WHITMORE TIFFANY ADKINS KEETA MATTHEWS KEETA MATTHEWS LATONYA JOHNSON TIFFANY ADKINS TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE KAREN DAVIS TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE LINDA STREET KEETA MATTHEWS TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE LINDA STREET BETTY BOOKER LINDA McKlNNlE TAMIKA WHITMORE BETTY BOOKER LINDA STREET KIM DUPPINS REGINA STREET KEETA MATTHEWS LATONYA JOHNSON TAMIKA WHITMORE LYNN ENZWEILER REGINA STREET VERA WEBB KEETA MATTHEWS LaTONYA JOHNSON TAMIKA WHITMORE KEETA MATTHEWS LATONYA JOHNSON BRITTANY CARTER (FEF) BRITTANY CARTER TAMIKA WHITMORE BETTY BOOKER LINDA STREET LATONYA JOHNSON KEETA MATTHEWS KITTY ALLEN LATONYA JOHNSON TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE LATONYA JOHNSON LATONYA JOHNSON BRITTANY CARTER TAMIKA WHITMORE BETTY BOOKER BETTY BOOKER LINDA STREET KIM DUPPINS BETTY BOOKER KIM DUPPINS REGINA STREET TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE TAMIKA WHITMORE SHANNON HAMP VICTORIA CRAWFORD TAMIKA BUTLER TAMIKA BUTLER

OPPONENT Sacramento State Arkansas State USF Middle Tennessee St. Central Missouri St. Cincinnati Mississippi State Youngstown State Delta State McNeese State Western Kentucky Houston Mississippi State Cincinnati DePaul Middle Tennessee St. Arkansas State Southern Illinois Southern Miss Ole Miss UAB UAB Marquette Minnesota UNC Charlotte Saint Louis UNC-Wilmington UT-Martin Louisville East Tennessee St. Mississippi State Valdosta State Louisville Vanderbilt Cincinnati Murray State Louisville Saint Louis Alabama Illinois Arkansas State Marquette UAB SIU-Carbondale Southern Mississippi UNC Charlotte East Carolina Appalachian State Georgia Southern Southern Illinois Arkansas Kentucky Dayton Southern Mississippi UNC Charlotte Houston Louisville Cincinnati Marquette Missouri Austin Peay State Delta State Middle Tennessee St. Temple J.C. Oakland Ole Miss Stephen F. Austin Mississippi Valley Middle Tennessee St. UAB Pepperdine Marquette East Carolina Arkansas Austin Peay State Austin Peay State

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YEAR 1974-75 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1976-77 1976-77 1977-78 1977-78 1977-78 1977-78 1977-78 1978-79 1978-79 1978-79 1978-79 1980-81 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1987-88 1987-88 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99

OPPONENT Arkansas State UT-Chattanooga Arkansas State LeMoyne Owen SE Missouri State East Tennessee St. Mississippi State Alabama UT-Martin South Dakota St. Middle Tennessee St. Arkansas-Little Rock Florida State Ole Miss Florida Northern Illinois UT-Martin Western Illinois Southern Mississippi Florida State Southern Illinois Mississippi Valley State Xavier Western Carolina Arkansas State Cheyney State Louisville Radford Detroit UMKC Murray State UT-Martin Marquette UAB Alabama State USF Middle Tennessee State Arkansas State

U of M 114 102 108 106 109 113 103 101 102 101 101 103 101 111 108 107 100 118 101 104 100 102 111 102 106 101 110 108 103 109 103 106 101 103 105 116 106 102 101

OPP 49 78 51 50 24 67 77 65 39 69 86 45 78 97 79 74 58 60 87 90 75 62 72 57 53 80 45 68 79 75 89 70 89 90 90 32 60 75 86

OPPONENT 100-POINT GAMES (0-21)

YEAR 1977-78 1978-79 1988-89 1988-89 1989-90 1989-90 1989-90 1990-91 1990-91 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1998-99 2003-04 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07

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OPPONENT Valdosta State Ole Miss Louisiana Tech Southern Mississippi Fairfield Old Dominion Southern Mississippi Florida State Florida State Marquette Tennessee Marquette Marquette LSU (ot) DePaul DePaul Tennessee Western Kentucky at No. 12 Arizona State at UAB at Louisville

U of M 84 75 58 81 80 68 61 94 77 88 59 76 99 94 72 88 39 87 57 60 64

OPP 100 104 105 100 100 100 101 106 101 102 118 100 102 101 111 109 113 104 103 101 102


CAREER DOUBLE-DOUBLES On February 3, 2002, junior college transfer Kalara McFadyen gave U of M fans something that they will not soon forget. McFadyen recorded what is believed to be the first-ever triple-double without ever taking a single shot. McFadyen totaled 10 rebounds, 12 assists and 10 steals versus C-USA foe Charlotte. She was featured nationally in USA Today, The New York Times, the NCAA News and on several sports related websites. She was also featured in Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd. The NCAA, the WNBA, and even the NBA could not verify another player, collegiate or professional, had accomplished such a feat. REGINA STREET – 65 13 rebounds 19 points 12 rebounds 18 points 13 rebounds 17 points 13 rebounds 19 points 11 rebounds 12 points 12 rebounds 13 points 11 rebounds 18 points 16 rebounds 10 points 11 rebounds 22 points 10 rebounds 18 points 18 rebounds 33 points 17 rebounds 13 points 12 rebounds 21 points 19 rebounds 31 points 12 rebounds 10 points 15 rebounds 20 points 11 rebounds 32 points 11 rebounds 21 points 12 rebounds 13 points 10 rebounds 10 points 18 rebounds 18 points 11 rebounds 14 points 15 rebounds 24 points 16 rebounds 26 points 10 rebounds 15 points 14 rebounds 21 points 14 rebounds 39 points 14 rebounds 30 points 14 rebounds 24 points 14 rebounds 28 points 11 rebounds 23 points 13 rebounds 18 points 16 rebounds 29 points 10 rebounds 14 points 15 rebounds 14 points 15 rebounds 28 points 14 rebounds 18 points 15 rebounds 23 points 16 rebounds 29 points 13 rebounds 27 points 10 rebounds 12 points 11 rebounds 12 points 14 rebounds 23 points 13 rebounds 17 points 16 rebounds 40 points 12 rebounds 12 points 15 rebounds 16 points 13 rebounds 13 points 14 rebounds 17 points 11 rebounds 17 points 12 rebounds 21 points 12 rebounds 12 points 20 rebounds 26 points 14 rebounds 28 points 14 rebounds 21 points 22 rebounds 28 points 12 rebounds 15 points 13 rebounds 12 points 16 rebounds 25 points 18 rebounds 23 points 11 rebounds 17 points

11/23/81 vs. UT-Martin 11/29/81 vs. Grand View 12/18/81 vs. Georgia 12/19/81 vs. Miss. State 12/31/81 vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/5/82 vs. Kansas State 1/20/82 vs. Miss. State 2/6/82 vs. UAB 2/12/82 vs. ETSU 2/26/82 vs. Virginia Tech 2/27/82 vs. Cincinnati 11/27/82 vs. Minnesota 12/1/82 vs. Alabama 12/3/82 vs. UT-Martin 12/9/82 vs. Jackson State 12/18/82 vs. Southern 12/30/82 vs. Illinois 1/3/83 vs. Kentucky 1/15/83 vs. Cincinnati 1/25/83 vs. Louisville 1/29/83 vs. New Hampshire 2/2/83 vs. Mississippi State 2/4/83 vs. Stephen F. Austin 3/7/83 vs. Cincinnati 3/8/83 vs. Louisville 3/17/83 vs. S. Illinois 12/6/83 vs. Delta State 12/10/83 vs. Miss. Valley 12/19/83 vs. Jackson State 1/4/84 vs. Miami 1/5/84 vs. Indiana 1/21/84 vs. Virginia Tech 1/23/84 vs. Florida State 1/27/84 vs. Ole Miss 2/1/84 vs. Oral Roberts 2/4/84 vs. Southern Miss 2/6/84 vs. Tulane 2/9/84 vs. Louisville 2/14/84 vs. South Carolina 2/16/84 vs. Tulane 2/23/84 vs. Ole Miss 2/27/84 vs. Cincinnati 3/1/84 vs. Oral Roberts 3/2/84 vs. Florida State 3/5/84 vs. Cincinnati 3/7/84 vs. Louisville 11/27/84 vs. Miami 12/1/84 vs. Mississippi St. 12/15/84 vs. Alcorn State 12/28/84 vs. Virginia 12/30/84 vs. Purdue 1/7/85 vs. Xavier 1/10/85 vs. Louisville 1/12/85 vs. Cincinnati 1/18/85 vs. W.Carolina 1/19/85 vs. Virginia Tech 1/24/85 vs. Tulane 1/26/85 vs. Southern Miss 1/30/85 vs. South Carolina 2/6/85 vs. Ole Miss 2/9/85 vs. Southern Miss

0 rebounds 1 12 rebounds 14 rebounds 25 rebounds

15 points 22 points 25 points 19 points

TAMIKA WHITMORE – 11 rebounds 32 points 11 rebounds 25 points 13 rebounds 16 points 16 rebounds 34 points 12 rebounds 26 points 15 rebounds 17 points 12 rebounds 26 points 10 rebounds 21 points 10 rebounds 29 points 10 rebounds 31 points 15 rebounds 25 points 11 rebounds 21 points 12 rebounds 38 points 10 rebounds 24 points 10 rebounds 20 points 11 rebounds 27 points 10 rebounds 24 points 10 rebounds 24 points 16 rebounds 30 points 12 rebounds 30 points 13 rebounds 24 points 16 rebounds 24 points 11 rebounds 27 points 11 rebounds 18 points 12 rebounds 22 points 10 rebounds 31 points 10 rebounds 27 points 10 rebounds 28 points 17 rebounds 36 points 12 rebounds 24 points 14 rebounds 24 points 12 rebounds 40 points 11 rebounds 36 points 11 rebounds 34 points 13 rebounds 27 points 11 rebounds 23 points 10 rebounds 36 points 14 rebounds 41 points 10 rebounds 26 points 13 rebounds 23 points 14 rebounds 16 points 14 rebounds 35 points 11 rebounds 35 points 13 rebounds 29 points 13 rebounds 45 points

2/14/85 vs. Vanderbilt 2/19/85 vs. Ole Miss 3/4/85 vs. Virginia Tech 3/5/85 vs. Southern Miss 45 1/16/96 vs. S. Illinois 2/12/96 vs. New Orleans 2/3/96 vs. DePaul 12/13/96 vs. Miss.State 12/17/96 vs. S. Illinois 12/28/96 vs. Oklahoma 12/29/96 vs. St. John’s 1/8/97 vs. LSU 1/12/97 vs. USF 1/19/97 vs. Houston 1/31/97 vs. Southern Miss 2/10/97 vs. Saint Louis 2/21/97 vs. Houston 3/2/97 vs. Marquette 3/15/97 vs. Notre Dame 11/25/97 vs. Miss. State 11/28/97 vs. Northeast La. 11/29/97 vs. Alcorn State 12/14/97 vs. MTSU 12/17/97 vs. UAB 1/3/98 vs. Charlotte 1/8/98 vs. Southern Miss 1/11/98 vs. Tulane 1/16/98 vs. Houston 1/18/98 vs. USF 1/23/98 vs. Louisville 2/6/98 vs. Tulane 2/8/98 vs. Southern Miss 2/15/98 vs. UAB 2/20/98 vs. USF 3/2/98 vs. Louisville 3/13/98 vs. Youngstown St. 11/23/98 vs. S. Illinois 12/5/98 vs. UNC Wilmington 12/9/98 vs. Miss. State 1/8/99 vs. Tulane 1/10/99 vs. Southern Miss 1/15/99 vs. USF 1/17/99 vs. Houston 1/29/99 vs. DePaul 2/6/99 vs. Tulane 2/13/99 vs. UAB 2/27/99 vs. Marquette 3/11/99 vs. MTSU 3/17/99 vs. Arkansas State

KEETA MATTHEWS – 36 10 rebounds 20 points 12/20/92 vs. Murray St. 10 rebounds 22 points 1/2/93 vs. Tulane 14 rebounds 32 points 1/9/93 vs. Marquette 10 rebounds 20 points 1/11/93 vs. DePaul 10 rebounds 24 points 1/16/93 vs. UAB 14 rebounds 13 points 3/11/93 vs. UAB 12 rebounds 21 points 12/1/93 vs. UT-Martin 13 rebounds 25 points 12/4/93 vs. Kentucky 10 rebounds 20 points 12/7/93 vs. Ole Miss 12 rebounds 19 points 1/2/94 vs. Missouri 11 rebounds 13 points 1/8/94 vs. Marquette 10 rebounds 37 points 1/29/94 vs. Cincinnati 11 rebounds 24 points 1/31/94 vs. Saint Louis 14 rebounds 11 points 2/19/94 vs. Saint Louis 11 rebounds 18 points 2/26/94 vs. Cincinnati 12 rebounds 13 points 3/1/94 vs. Mississippi St. 11 rebounds 21 points 3/11/94 vs. Marquette 10 rebounds 17 points 3/12/94 vs. UAB 10 rebounds 17 points 12/2/94 vs. Gonzaga 10 rebounds 14 points 12/3/94 vs. Cal Poly-SLO 14 rebounds 15 points 12/6/94 vs. Stephen F. Austin 10 rebounds 22 points 12/31/94 vs. SE La. 11 rebounds 19 points 1/9/95 vs. Oral Roberts 10 rebounds 19 points 1/11/95 vs. Saint Louis 10 rebounds 14 points 1/14/95 vs. UAB 12 rebounds 23 points 1/29/95 vs. DePaul 10 rebounds 23 points 2/2/95 vs. UT-Martin 13 rebounds 10 points 2/17/95 vs. Marquette 15 rebounds 28 points 2/19/95 vs. DePaul 12 rebounds 24 points 2/22/95 vs. Ole Miss

2 rebounds 1 10 rebounds 16 rebounds 14 rebounds 11 rebounds 12 rebounds

24 points 20 points 17 points 35 points 15 points 18 points

2/26/95 vs. Saint Louis 2/2/96 vs. Cincinnati 2/9/96 vs. Louisville 2/18/96 vs. Charlotte 3/2/96 vs. Southern Miss 3/16/96 vs. Ohio State

KIM DUPPINS – 27 11 rebounds 10 points 14 rebounds 14 points 10 rebounds 30 points 20 rebounds 19 points 12 rebounds 16 points 14 rebounds 12 points 12 rebounds 10 points 15 rebounds 23 points 17 rebounds 24 points 12 rebounds 13 points 10 rebounds 18 points 11 rebounds 15 points 13 rebounds 25 points 13 rebounds 20 points 11 rebounds 16 points 11 rebounds 19 points 15 rebounds 10 points 15 rebounds 26 points 18 rebounds 22 points 19 rebounds 30 points 12 rebounds 24 points

12/1/78 vs. Louisiana Tech 12/6/78 vs. Lambuth 1/11/79 vs. Oakland 1/12/79 vs. C. Missouri St. 2/8/79 vs. S. Illinois 11/24/79 vs. San Jose St. 11/28/79 vs. Ole Miss 12/1/79 vs. Vanderbilt 12/7/79 vs. MUW ??/??/79 vs. Stanford 12/15/79 vs. UTC 12/23/79 vs. Fordham 1/23/80 vs. ETSU 1/31/80 vs. Ole Miss 2/7/80 vs. Illinois State 12/7/81 vs. Austin Peay 12/11/81 vs. Alabama 12/12/81 vs. Missouri 1/8/82 vs. Southern Miss 1/9/82 vs. Stephen F. Austin 1/16/82 vs. Tulane

JASMINE LEE – 24 13 rebounds 21 points 12 rebounds 19 points 10 rebounds 15 points 13 rebounds 15 points 16 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 14 points 13 rebounds 19 points 11 rebounds 25 points 12 rebounds 19 points 10 rebounds 18 points 16 rebounds 17 points 12 rebounds 10 points 12 rebounds 16 points 16 rebounds 21 points 12 rebounds 11 points 15 rebounds 21 points 11 rebounds 20 points 12 rebounds 14 points 14 rebounds 21 points 13 rebounds 20 points 14 rebounds 20 points 12 rebounds 13 points

11/15/10 vs. Grambling State 11/18/10 at Indiana 12/17/10 at Saint Louis 12/29/10 vs. McNeese State 1/16/11 at UAB 1/30/11 vs. Southern Miss 2/13/11 vs. Rice 2/24/11 vs. SMU 11/13/11 vs. Belmont 12/4/11 vs. UT Martin 12/10/11 at UALR 12/22/11 vs. Missouri 12/30/11 vs. Seton Hall 1/15/12 vs. East Carolina 1/22/12 at UAB 1/26/12 vs. Marshall 1/29/12 at East Carolina 2/9/12 at SMU 2/16/12 at Marshall 2/23/12 vs. UAB 2/26/12 vs. Tulsa 3/9/12 vs. Tulane

Regina Street is the Tiger career leader with 65 doubledoubles.

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20 points 16 points

3/15/12 vs. Chattanooga 3/17/12 at Missouri State

ASHLEY THORNTON – 17 13 rebounds 13 points 2/26/09 at UCF 11 rebounds 15 points 2/20/09 vs. East Carolina 10 rebounds 10 points 1/31/09 vs. Tulane 12 rebounds 19 points 1/29/09 vs. UTEP 10 points 10 rebounds 12/11/08 vs. South Alabama 12 rebounds 10 points 11/28/08 vs. Wichita State 10 rebounds 14 points 11/18/08 vs. Louisiana Tech 10 rebounds 15 points 11/16/08 at Belmont 12 rebounds 12 points 11/14/08 vs. Northern Arizona 10 rebounds 15 points 2/9/08 at UCF 14 rebounds 13 points 12/14/07 vs. Belmont 10 rebounds 22 points 11/23/07 vs. Tenn. State 12 rebounds 18 points 11/10/07 vs. Tenn. Tech 13 rebounds 21 points 11/11/06 vs. Dayton 11 rebounds 10 points 11/17/06 vs. Samford 13 rebounds 12 points 11/20/06 vs. UL Monroe 14 rebounds 22 points 1/12/07 at Southern Miss DIANE GARY – 17 11 rebounds 12 points 11 rebounds 10 points 16 rebounds 23 points 12 rebounds 16 points 14 rebounds 16 points 11 rebounds 13 points 13 rebounds 12 points 15 rebounds 15 points 10 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 20 points 12 rebounds 22 points 13 rebounds 10 points 13 rebounds 17 points 11 rebounds 14 points 12 rebounds 12 points 18 rebounds 17 points 10 rebounds 22 points

2/19/90 vs. Southern Miss 3/1/90 vs. Tenn. Tech 12/4/90 vs. Phillips 12/7/90 vs. SE La. 12/17/90 vs. Alcorn St. 1/5/91 vs. Virginia Tech 1/14/91 vs. Southern Miss 3/4/91 vs. Louisville 11/23/91 vs. Jackson St. 11/30/91 vs. Youngstown St. 12/13/91 vs. Murray St. 12/14/91 vs.Grambling St. 12/17/91 vs. Missouri 1/22/92 vs. Ole Miss 2/6/92 vs. Marquette 2/12/92 vs. Oral Roberts 2/29/92 vs. Cincinnati

LINDA STREET – 17* 23 rebounds 16 points 11 rebounds 19 points 19 rebounds 34 points 11 rebounds 12 points 15 rebounds 25 points 14 rebounds 14 points 12 rebounds 25 points 15 rebounds 15 points 16 rebounds 16 points 16 rebounds 35 points 13 rebounds 24 points 13 rebounds 14 points 10 rebounds 34 points 13 rebounds 23 points 13 rebounds 33 points 11 rebounds 12 points 10 rebounds 12 points

11/5/78 vs. UALR 11/17/78 vs. MUW 11/21/78 vs. UT-Martin 12/1/78 vs. La. Tech 12/??/78 vs. Ill.-Chicago 12/14/78 vs. Miss. College 12/??/78 vs. E. Tennessee St. 1/4/79 vs. Florida State 1/6/79 vs. Mercer 1/13/79 vs. Minnesota 1/17/79 vs. Ole Miss 1/27/79 vs. Florida 2/3/79 vs. Valdosta State 2/15/79 vs. UALR 2/17/79 vs. Louisville 2/19/79 vs. Alabama 3/1/79 vs. UT-Martin

WANDA SIMPSON – 14 11 rebounds 14 points 16 rebounds 23 points 15 rebounds 15 points 10 rebounds 12 points 10 rebounds 16 points 12 rebounds 21 points 14 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 14 points 11 rebounds 14 points 10 rebounds 13 points 17 rebounds 16 points 11 rebounds 18 points 12 rebounds 25 points 12 rebounds 16 points

12/18/82 vs. Southern 1/6/83 vs. Tulane 2/7/83 vs. Louisiana Tech 2/10/83 vs. Delta State 11/27/83 vs. E. Illinois 1/5/84 vs. Indiana 1/11/84 vs. Alabama 1/23/84 vs. Florida State 2/4/84 vs. Southern Miss 2/23/84 vs. Ole Miss 2/27/84 vs. Cincinnati 3/1/84 vs. Oral Roberts 3/2/84 vs. Florida State 3/5/84 vs. Cincinnati

MELISSA ABRAHAM – 13 17 rebounds 12 points 12/16/99 vs. UALR 11 rebounds 19 points 2/19/00 vs. Tulane 11 rebounds 12 points 12/27/00 vs. Tenn. Tech 20 rebounds 12 points 1/28/01 vs.USF 12 rebounds 10 points 2/11/01 vs. Charlotte

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16 points 12 points 12 points 11 points 18 points 11 points 11 points 12 points

12/5/01 vs. Tenn. Tech 12/13/01 vs. UL-Lafayette 1/2/02 vs. MTSU 1/6/02 vs. Saint Louis 1/13/02 vs. Southern Miss 1/18/02 vs. DePaul 1/27/02 vs. Saint Louis 2/24/02 vs. USF

LATONYA JOHNSON – 13 11 rebounds 21 points 12/2/94 vs. Gonzaga 11 rebounds 19 points 12/9/94 vs. Syracuse 10 rebounds 22 points 1/29/95 vs. DePaul 15 rebounds 18 points 2/2/95 vs. UT-Martin 10 rebounds 16 points 12/5/95 vs. Ole Miss 15 rebounds 15 points 1/2/96 vs. Louisville 11 rebounds 24 points 2/2/96 vs. Tulane 12 rebounds 23 points 2/4/96 vs. Saint Louis 11 rebounds 28 points 2/22/96 vs. DePaul 14 rebounds 22 points 2/25/96 vs. USM 11 rebounds 21 points 11/25/96 vs. MTSU 10 rebounds 22 points 11/28/97 vs. NE La. 11 rebounds 27 points 1/16/98 vs. Houston DEBRA GRANDBERRY – 12 13 rebounds 17 points 11/27/82 vs. Minnesota 11 rebounds 15 points 12/1/82 vs. Alabama 11 rebounds 13 points 12/3/82 vs. UT-Martin 12 rebounds 10 points 12/13/82 vs. Southern Miss 10 rebounds 10 points 12/18/82 vs. Southern 10 rebounds 18 points 1/3/83 vs. Kentucky 12 rebounds 11 points 1/22/83 vs. Virginia Tech 11 rebounds 12 points 2/16/83 vs. Miss. State 14 rebounds 14 points 2/26/83 vs. Florida State 10 rebounds 10 points 3/6/83 vs. Virginia Tech 10 rebounds 19 points 3/18/83 vs. Oral Roberts 19 rebounds 12 points 3/19/83 vs. New Orleans GLYNETHA DAVIS – 11 10 rebounds 21 points 18 rebounds 15 points 11 rebounds 22 points 12 rebounds 17 points 10 rebounds 11 points 10 rebounds 20 points 15 rebounds 22 points 10 rebounds 20 points 14 rebounds 16 points 13 rebounds 32 points 14 rebounds 26 points

12/18/87 vs. Alcorn St. 1/11/88 vs. Virginia Tech 11/30/88 vs. Miss.Valley 12/6/88 vs. Tennessee St. 12/19/88 vs. Washington 1/7/89 vs. South Carolina 1/9/89 vs. Florida State 1/28/89 vs. Louisville 2/11/89 vs. Virginia Tech 2/25/89 vs. Louisville 3/2/89 vs. Florida State

PHILLIS VAUGHN – 11 11 rebounds 12 points 17 rebounds 10 points 13 rebounds 10 points 15 rebounds 18 points 12 rebounds 14 points 11 rebounds 11 points 16 rebounds 20 points 11 rebounds 12 points 14 rebounds 14 points 11 rebounds 10 points

11/23/85 vs. Iowa 12/6/85 vs. Arkansas State 1/6/86 vs. Virginia Tech 1/25/86 vs. Southern Miss 12/19/86 vs. Cheyney 12/22/86 vs. Arkansas 1/5/87 vs. Louisville 1/19/87 vs. Southern Miss 2/21/87 vs. Vanderbilt 3/1/87 vs. New Orleans

NICOLE DICKSON – 10 10 rebounds 17 points 19 rebounds 19 points 11 rebounds 13 points 10 rebounds 11 points 12 rebounds 15 points 11 rebounds 20 points 10 rebounds 11 points 10 rebounds 19 points 10 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 14 points MONICA GLASS – 10 11 rebounds 13 points 11 rebounds 22 points 10 rebounds 17 points 12 rebounds 14 points 12 rebounds 15 points 13 rebounds 24 points 10 rebounds 23 points

2/26/12 vs. Tulsa 2/23/12 vs. UAB 12/17/11 vs. Louisiana Tech 12/4/11 vs. UT Martin 12/1/11 vs. Tennessee State 11/27/11 vs. UT Arlington 11/22/11 vs. SE Louisiana 11/19/11 vs. UA Pine Bluff 11/13/11 vs. Belmont 3/18/10 vs. UMKC 2/8/86 vs. Southern Miss 2/10/86 vs. Tulane 2/15/86 vs. Tulane 3/1/86 vs. Louisville 1/10/87 vs. Virginia Tech 2/2/87 vs. Louisville 2/9/87 vs. Ole Miss

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20 points 11 points

2/12/87 vs. W. Kentucky 2/16/87 vs. Southern Miss

TIFFANY ADKINS – 9 10 rebounds 25 points 11 rebounds 36 points 10 rebounds 17 points 10 rebounds 23 points 11 rebounds 28 points 10 rebounds 15 points 13 rebounds 20 points 12 rebounds 20 points 11 rebounds 22 points

3/4/00 vs. Charlotte 3/15/00 vs. Arkansas St 11/18/00 vs. Arkansas 12/31/00 vs. UAB 1/8/01 vs. Marquette 1/21/01 vs. Southern Miss 1/28/01 vs. USF 2/18/01 vs. Southern Miss 12/1/01 vs. E. Kentucky

VERA WEBB – 8 11 rebounds 13 points 12 rebounds 24 points 10 rebounds 19 points 14 rebounds 22 points 11 rebounds 17 points 13 rebounds 17 points 10 rebounds 25 points 12 rebounds 22 points

1/21/84 vs. Virginia Tech 12/15/84 vs. Alcorn State 1/28/85 vs. UT-Arlington 2/23/85 vs. Florida State 3/3/85 vs. Cincinnati 11/23/85 vs. Iowa 11/30/85 vs. Miss. Valley 1/14/86 vs. W. Kentucky

DAMITA SHAZIER – 8 11 rebounds 19 points 14 rebounds 12 points 11 rebounds 18 points 11 rebounds 13 points 10 rebounds 14 points 13 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 11 points 10 rebounds 11 points

2/1/88 vs. Louisville 11/30/88 vs. Miss.Valley 12/2/88 vs. E. Washington 1/23/89 vs. Southern Miss 1/28/89 vs. Louisville 1/30/89 vs. Cincinnati 2/11/89 vs. Virginia Tech 2/14/89 vs. Ole Miss

WANDA DILLARD – 8 10 rebounds 12 points 12 rebounds 20 points 11 rebounds 13 points 12 rebounds 14 points 11 rebounds 13 points 13 rebounds 22 points 10 rebounds 11 points 10 rebounds 27 points

11/26/85 vs. S. Illinois 11/30/85 vs. Miss.Valley 1/18/86 vs. Louisville 2/8/86 vs. Southern Miss 3/2/86 vs. Cincinnati 11/28/87 vs. Santa Clara 12/12/87 vs. Ole Miss 12/18/87 vs. Alcorn State

DIANE JONES – 8 11 assists 18 points 11 rebounds 14 points 13 assists 17 points 12 assists 14 points 14 assists 10 points 10 assists 15 points 10 assists 11 points 13 assists 16 points

11/28/81 vs. Drake 12/31/81 vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/8/82 vs. Southern Miss 1/25/82 vs. Florida State 2/6/82 vs. UAB 12/1/82 vs. Alabama 12/30/82 vs. Illinois 1/22/83 vs. Virginia Tech

FELICIA SPARKS – 8 15 rebounds 14 points 11 rebounds 15 points 10 rebounds 18 points 11 rebounds 18 points 10 rebounds 19 points 12 rebounds 19 points 10 rebounds 12 points 13 rebounds 11 points

11/19/79 vs. UT-Martin 11/22/79 vs. Kansas 12/1/79 vs. Vanderbilt 12/18/79 vs. Tulane 12/19/79 vs. Louisville ??/??/79 vs. Stanford 12/23/79 vs. Fordham 1/9/80 vs. Texas A&M

RAVEN ROGERS – 8 12 rebounds 16 points 10 rebounds 10 points 13 rebounds 16 points 14 rebounds 13 points 11 rebounds 10 points 11 rebounds 10 points 17 rebounds 11 points 10 rebounds 18 points 10 rebounds 10 points

12/28/03 vs. Idaho 1/5/04 vs. Lipscomb 1/31/04 vs. Tulane 2/2/04 vs. Southern Miss 2/15/04 vs. DePaul 3/5/04 vs. Louisville 11/19/04 vs. Mercer 12/20/04 vs. W. Kentucky 1/9/05 at Charlotte

SHANNON HAMP – 6 12 rebounds 14 points 10 rebounds 25 points 13 rebounds 13 points 11 rebounds 14 points 11 rebounds 19 points 11 rebounds 12 points

1/21/01 vs. Southern Miss 1/20/02 vs. Marquette 1/27/02 vs. Saint Louis 12/14/02 vs. Jackson St. 1/31/03 vs. Charlotte 2/7/03 vs. USF


CAREER DOUBLE-DOUBLES HEATHER NEWLON – 6 11 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 20 points 11 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 16 points 11 rebounds 13 points 12 rebounds 10 points

12/18/93 vs. Santa Clara 1/31/94 vs. Saint Louis 2/12/94 vs. UAB 12/31/94 vs. SE La. 3/4/95 vs. UAB 12/3/96 vs. Tennessee

SAVANNAH ELLIS – 5 10 rebounds 12 points 12/19/10 vs. N.C. A&T 11 rebounds 10 points 1/23/10 vs. Rice 10 rebounds 12 points 1/7/10 vs. Tulsa 11 rebounds 12 points 11/13/09 vs. Indiana 11 points 11 rebounds 11/18/08 vs. Louisiana Tech BRITTANY CARTER – 5 10 rebounds 14 points 12/22/11 at Missouri 10 rebounds 17 points 12/6/10 vs. Chicago State 10 rebounds 17 points 2/25/10 vs. Marshall 11 rebounds 49 points 11/27/09 vs. Sacramento State 11 rebounds 13 points 11/15/09 vs. Murray State RAMSES LONLACK – 5 10 rebounds 16 points 11 rebounds 11 points 11 rebounds 12 points 10 rebounds 13 points 11 rebounds 15 points JORDIE SOSO – 5 10 rebounds 24 points 14 rebounds 13 points 10 rebounds 14 points 14 rebounds 13 points 12 rebounds 23 points

3/17/11 vs. Alabama 3/10/11 vs. Rice 12/14/08 at Mississippi State 1/4/09 vs. UAB 1/16/09 at Rice 11/22/02 vs. APSU 12/14/02 vs. Jackson St. 11/22/03 vs. Austin Peay 12/14/03 vs. Jackson St 1/11/04 vs. TCU

LASHANYA GARNER – 5 14 rebounds 16 points 2/6/92 vs. Marquette 10 rebounds 10 points 12/12/92 vs. Oklahoma St. 11 rebounds 17 points 12/18/92 vs. Jackson State 11 rebounds 16 points 1/22/93 vs. Oral Roberts 12 rebounds 16 points 3/11/94 vs. Marquette PAMELA SEYMORE – 5 16 rebounds 22 points 10 rebounds 12 points 12 rebounds 14 points 15 rebounds 16 points 14 rebounds 12 points

3/7/84 vs. Louisville 11/26/84 vs. Tennessee St. 1/24/85 vs. Tulane 1/26/85 vs. Southern Miss 1/28/85 vs.UT-Arlington

LINDA MCKINNIE – 5 16 rebounds 10 points 10 rebounds 16 points 11 rebounds 11 points 16 rebounds 20 points 10 rebounds 16 points

11/18/78 vs. MTSU 12/??/78 vs. Louisiana Tech 2/3/79 vs. Valdosta State 2/10/79 vs. C. Missouri St. 12/31/81 vs. UT-Chattanooga

ASHLEY HOWARD – 4 12 rebounds 12 points 12 rebounds 11 points 10 rebounds 16 points 13 rebounds 15 points

11/29/05 at Lipscomb 12/3/05 vs. Holy Cross 2/190/06 at East Carolina 2/26/06 vs. Rice

PATRICE BOYD – 4 10 rebounds 17 points 11 rebounds 14 points 12 rebounds 17 points 12 rebounds 16 points

12/7/99 vs. Tennessee 2/16/01 vs. Tulane 2/23/01 vs. Houston 2/25/01 vs. USF

MICHELLE WINROW – 4 10 rebounds 16 points 12/2/88 vs. E. Washington 10 rebounds 28 points 1/28/89 vs. Louisville 10 rebounds 10 points 1/31/90 vs. Ole Miss 10 rebounds 10 points 2/14/90 vs. Ole Miss KITTY ALLEN – 4 11 rebounds 12 points 10 rebounds 29 points 12 rebounds 21 points 13 rebounds 14 points

1/27/94 vs. Dayton 3/11/94 vs. Marquette 1/2/95 vs. New Orleans 1/12/97 vs. USF

TAYLOR MUMPHREY – 3 12 points 10 rebounds 1/15/10 at UCF 15 points 10 rebounds 1/9/10 vs. SMU 10 points 14 rebounds 12/9/09 at South Alabama PARIS LEONARD – 3 11 rebounds 21 points 10 rebounds 15 points 13 rebounds 26 points

2/7/09 at UAB 2/28/08 vs. Southern Miss 11/25/05 vs. Austin Peay

AROHA JENNINGS – 3 10 rebounds 15 points 11 rebounds 16 points 13 rebounds 19 points

1/27/09 vs. UAB 11/28/07 vs. Alabama A&M 3/1/07 vs. UTEP

VICTORIA CRAWFORD – 3 10 rebounds 16 points 1/25/04 vs. USF 12 rebounds 38 points 3/21/04 at W. Kentucky 15 rebounds 11 points 11/19/04 vs. Mercer NICOLE MURRAY – 3 10 assists 10 points 10 assists 11 points 10 assists 12 points

1/8/94 vs. Marquette 2/14/97 vs. Louisville 3/2/97 vs. Marquette

LATOYA BULLARD – 2 10 assists 10 rebounds 12/18/09 vs. Ole Miss 12 assists 13 points 3/1/08 vs. UCF JESSICA JACKSON – 2 13 rebounds 19 points 12 rebounds 15 points

1/4/08 vs. Toledo 12/28/07 vs. UA Pine Bluff

TAMIKA BUTLER – 2 12 assists 22 points 10 assists 15 points

12/16/05 vs. Ole Miss 2/6/06 vs. UTEP

MALISSA BUSH – 2 10 rebounds 13 points 13 rebounds 18 points

1/22/99 vs. Louisville 12/2/00 vs. Rice

SHANNA HUMPHRIES – 2 10 rebounds 10 points 11/18/97 vs. S. Illinois 10 rebounds 20 points 12/17/97 vs. UAB KIVA BECTON – 2 10 rebounds 13 points 10 assists 12 points KAREN DAVIS – 2 11 assists 18 points 11 assists 16 points ANGILEAN WARD – 2 12 rebounds 15 points 10 rebounds 11 points KIM GILCHRIST – 2 11 assists 16 points 13 assists 11 points CONNIE HIBBLER – 2 10 assists 24 points 12 rebounds 27 points

12/3/91 vs. Alcorn State 2/18/93 vs. UT-Martin 12/1/90 vs. Missouri 12/4/90 vs. Phillips 1/26/91 vs. Louisville 2/2/91 vs. Virginia Tech 11/30/88 vs. Miss. Valley 12/2/88 vs. E. Washington

RHONDA LAUDERDALE – 2 10 assists 22 points 2/9/87 vs. Ole Miss 10 assists 16 points 2/28/87 vs. UAB PAULA FULLER – 2 10 rebounds 17 points 11 rebounds 21 points

12/18/82 vs. Southern 2/22/83 vs. Tulane

LINDA HOLLOWAY – 2 13 rebounds 21 points 11 rebounds 14 points

12/23/79 vs. Fordham 2/28/80 vs. Tennessee Tech

EQUILLA PEOPLES – 2 17 rebounds 14 points 1/8/80 vs. Baylor 13 rebounds 14 points 2/16/80 vs. UAB KRISHUNDA HARVEY – 1 10 rebounds 10 points 2/2/12 vs. SOUTHERN MISS SHEKEIRA COPELAND – 1 14 rebounds 14 points 2/20/09 vs. East Carolina HOPE ADAMS – 1 10 rebounds 12 points

12/18/06 vs. No. 25 Arkansas

MEGAN GOOCH – 1 12 rebounds 12 points

1/8/06 vs. East Carolina

NANCY LEMP – 1 13 assists 18 points

1/8/80 vs. Baylor

JENNIFER SULLIVAN – 1 10 rebounds 19 points 11/29/03 vs. Ole Miss YOLANDA REED – 1 12 rebounds 17 assists

1/2/00 vs. UAB

DWELIA SMITH – 1 11 rebounds 10 points

11/28/97 vs. NE La.

REGAN FEDRIC – 1 11 rebounds 12 points

12/11/93 vs. Murray State

JAVA REYNOLDS – 1 12 rebounds 21 points

1/12/91 vs. New Orleans

SYLVIA RICHARDSON – 1 10 rebounds 11 points 12/18/92 vs. Jackson State KAREN MCGEE – 1 10 rebounds 12 points

1/20/93 vs. Ole Miss

MARCIA MONK – 1* 12 assists 12 points

1/24/79 vs. Ole Miss

ETHEL COOK – 1* 10 rebounds 12 points

1/31/78 vs. Illinois State

* Records are not complete prior to the 1978-79 season.

1/23/88 vs. Southern Miss 3/7/88 vs. Oral Roberts

DOUBLE-DOUBLE FACTS • Regina Street holds the record for all-time double-doubles with 65. She also holds the single season record of 20 doubledoubles in 1983-84. She had 17 double-doubles her senior year. • Nicole Dickson broke Regina Street’s record of six straight double-doubles with seven straight in 2011-12: 10 rebounds 10 points vs. Belmont (11/13/11) 11 rebounds 10 points at Illinois (11/15/11) 10 rebounds 19 points vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) 10 rebounds 11 points vs. Southeastern Louisiana (11/22/11) 11 rebounds 20 points vs. UT Arlington (11/27/11) 12 rebounds 15 points vs. Tennessee State (12/1/11) 10 rebounds 11 points vs. UT Martin (12/4/11) • Four players recorded a double-double against Southern on Dec. 18, 1982, including Debra Grandberry (10 rb, 10 pts), Paula Fuller (10 rb, 17 pts), Regina Street (15 rb, 20 pts) and Wanda Simpson (11 rb, 14 pts). • A total of 69 Tigers have recorded at least one double-double. Fourteen Tigers total 10 or more, and four have recorded 20 or more double-doubles in their careers. • Regina Street holds the record for double-doubles recorded by a freshman with 11. • Only one Tiger has recorded a triple-double in the history of the program -- Kalara McFadyen (2000-01)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STAT LEADERS 1976-77 Scoring Rebounds Stealsg Assist FT % FG %

Betty Booker Linda Street Kathy Barnett Kathy Barnett Eddie Bell Prewitt Susie Weaver Linda Street

549/19.6 319/11.3 126 165 .833 .833 .536

1977-78 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT % FG%

Betty Booker Linda Street Betty Booker Kathy Barnett Ethyel Cook Betty Booker

740/19.7 390/10.2 88 154 .513 .776

1978-79 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Betty Booker LindaStreet Betty Booker Marcia Monk Linda Mckinnie Linda Street

714/21.6 370/11.2 79 167 .770 .558

1979-80 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Betty Booker Kim Duppins Betty Booker Marcia Monk Betty Booker Kim Duppins

662/21.4 267/18.6 98 133 .788 .507

1980-81 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Kim Duppins Kim Duppins Kim Duppins Marcia Monk Linda Street Jaina Washer

528/17.0 328/10.6 95 141 .604 .857

1981-82 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Linda McKinnie Kim Duppins Diane Jones Diane Jones Marcia Monk Regina Street

562/18.1 306/9.9 93 263 .824 .627

1982-83 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Regina Street Regina Street Diane Jones Diane Jones Diane Jones Regina Street

523/16.3 327/10.2 109 221 .720 .530

1983-84 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Regina Street Regina Street Cathy Williams Cathy Williams Regina Street Regina Street

1984-85 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG% 1985-86 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

1986-87 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Wanda Dillard Phillis Vaughn Rhonda Lauderdale Monica Glaa Wanda Dillard Monica Glass

530/18.3 254/9.1 71 127 .833 .572

1993-94 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Keeta Matthews Keeta Matthews Keeta Matthews Nicole Murry Keeta Matthews Keeta Matthews

558/19.2 248/8.6 83 102 .575 .555

1987-88 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Glynetha Davis Glynetha Davis Connie Hibbler Rhonda Lauderdale Wanda Dillard Glynetha Davis

437/14.6 211/7.0 40 153 .829 .560

1994-95 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Keeta Matthews Keeta Matthews LaTonya Johnson Nicole Murry Heather Newlon Regan Fedric

560/18.7 249/8.3 73 164 .718 .521

1988-89 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Glynetha Davis Glynetha Davis Freda Fields Kori Gourley Kori Gourley Glynetha Davis

503/18.0 218/7.8 45 94 .684 .603

1995-96 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

LaTonya Johnson Keeta Matthews Keeta Matthews Nicole Murry Kitty Allen Tamika Whitmore

601/20.7 215/6.9 78 182 .779 .578

1989-90 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Michelle Winrow Michelle Winrow FredaFields Karen Davis Java Reynolds Lisa Rembe

273/9.8 164/5.9 45 101 .900 .493

1996-97 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore Kitty Allen Nicole Murry Patosha Jeffery Tamika Whitmore

579/20.0 244/8.4 68 166 .790 .604

1990-91 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Karen Davis Diane Gary Diane Gary Karen Davis Java Reynolds Diane Gary

452/16.1 239/8.5 51 137 .882 .496

1991-92 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

1997-98 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore Yolanda Reed LaTonya Johnson Tamika Whitmore

754/26.0 288/9.9 53 141 .788 .647

Diane Gary Diane Gary Diane Gary Karen McGee Dena Love Diane Gary

377/13.5 247/8.8 72 85 .778 .515

1992-93 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

1998-99 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Tamika Whitmore Tamika Whitmore Yolanda Reed Yolanda Reed Lauren Jackson Tamika Whitmore

843/26.3 268/8.4 62 135 .793 .585

Keeta Matthews Keeta Matthews Karen McGee Dena Love Raquel Perry Sylvia Richardson

478/17.1 214/7.6 74 100 .778 .523

1999-00 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Tiffany Adkins Melissa Abraham Yolanda Reed Yolanda Reed Kelly Herron Shannon Hamp

318/15.1 187/6.2 80 122 .742 .527

597/19.9 330/11.0 58 140 .748 .614

2000-01 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Tiffany Adkins Tiffany Adkins Tiffany Adkins Tiffany Collins Tiffany Adkins Shannon Hamp

537/17.9 232/7.7 62 132 .732 .504

Regina Street Regina Street Candy Hudson Cathy Williams Yvette Blue Regina Street

509/17.0 369/12.3 63 172 .929 .599

2001-02 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Shannon Hamp Melissa Abraham Kalara McFadyen Kalara McFadyen Princess Swilley Shannon Hamp

422/15.1 212/7.6 90 119 .750 .547

Vera Webb Phillis Vaughn Vera Webb Connie Hibbler Vera Webb Monica Glass

531/19.0 237/18.8 77 100 .782 .563

2002-03 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Shannon Hamp Shannon Hamp Victoria Crawford Tamika Butler Jordie Soso Shannon Hamp

450/16.1 158/5.6 54 77 .759 .537

Tiffany Adkins led Memphis in scoring in 1999-2000 and 2000-01. She was invited to the WNBA Pre-Draft Camp following her senior season.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STAT LEADERS 2003-04 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG% 2004-05 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG% 2005-06 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Victoria Crawford Raven Rogers Tamika Butler Tamika Butler Victoria Crawford Jennifer Sullivan

503/16.2 258/8.3 64 99 .793 .578

2006-07 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Aroha Jennings Ashley Thornton Jazmyn Green Se’erra Fantroy Devin Necaise Aroha Jennings

11.9 243/7.8 37 96 .966 .421

2009-10 Scoring Brittany Carter Rebounds Savannah Ellis Steals Ramses Lonlack Assists LaToya Bullard FT% (at least 30 FTA) Ramses Lonlack FG% Savannah Ellis

Victoria Crawford Raven Rogers Victoria Crawford Tamika Butler Devin Necaise Kaneshi Hart

15.0 221/7.6 42 83 .871 .524

2007-08 Scoring Rebounds Steals Assists FT% FG%

Jessica Hall Ashley Thornton Paris Leonard LaToya Bullard Aroha Jennings Savannah Ellis

13.0 215/7.2 59 127 .832 .615

2010-11 Scoring Brittany Carter 13.8 Rebounds Jasmine Lee 271/8.2 Steals Ramses Lonlack 78 Assists Alex Winchell 149 FT% (at least 30 FTA) Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir .787 FG% Starkitsha Luellen-Higgins .525

Devin Necaise Ashley Howard Tamika Butler Tamika Butler Devin Necaise Paris Leonard

14.2 230/8.2 53 115 .909 .377

16.2 255/8.5 68 87 .739 .530

2011-12 Scoring Jasmine Lee Rebounds Jasmine Lee Steals Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir Assists Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir FT% (at least 30 FTA) Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir FG% Jasmine Lee

2008-09 Scoring Paris Leonard Rebounds Ashley Thornton Steals Paris Leonard Assists Alex Winchell FT% (at least 30 FTA) Shekeira Copeland FG% Savannah Ellis

19.2 222/6.7 96 134 .705 .503

16.2 338/10.2 78 112 .727 .509

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATS TOTAL POINTS Year Games Total 1978-79 33 2832 1995-96 31 2640 1981-82 31 2586 1994-95 30 2530 1997-98 30 2429 1984-85 30 2422 1998-99 32 2414 1982-83 32 2411 1980-81 31 2410 1987-88 30 2367 1986-87 29 2365 1979-80 31 2294 2009-10 34 2293 2010-11 34 2232 2011-12 33 2226 1993-94 29 2225 1983-84 30 2217 2003-04 31 2209 1996-97 29 2200 1985-86 28 2188 1999-00 30 2156 2000-01 30 2140 1990-91 28 2109 1992-93 28 2082 2007-08 30 1994 1991-92 29 1972 2006-07 31 1934 1988-89 28 1931 2001-02 28 1879 2008-09 30 1852 1989-90 28 1817 2002-03 28 1817 2004-05 29 1777 2005-06 28 1673 Year 1978-79 1995-96 1994-95 1981-82 1986-87 1997-98 1984-85 1987-88 1980-81 1993-94 1996-97 1998-99 1990-91 1982-83 1985-86 1992-93 1979-80 1983-84 1999-00 2003-04

SCORING AVERAGE Games Avg. 33 85.8 31 85.2 30 84.3 31 83.4 29 81.6 30 81.0 30 80.7 30 78.9 31 77.7 29 76.7 29 75.9 32 75.4 28 75.3 32 75.3 28 74.4 28 74.4 31 74.0 30 73.9 30 71.9 31 71.3

2000-01 1988-89 2011-12 1991-92 2009-10 2001-02 2007-08 2010-11 1989-90 2002-03 2006-07 2008-09 2004-05 2005-06

30 71.3 28 69.0 33 68.7 29 68.0 34 67.4 28 67.1 30 66.5 34 65.6 28 64.9 28 64.9 31 62.4 30 31.7 29 61.3 28 59.8

FIELD GOALS MADE Year Games Total 1978-79 33 1183 1981-82 31 1084 1980-81 31 1016 1984-85 30 1010 1986-87 29 1004 1982-83 32 990 1995-96 31 975 1987-88 30 957 1979-80 31 955 1994-95 30 953 1983-84 30 921 1998-99 32 903 1997-98 30 900 2009-10 34 890 1985-86 28 872 1993-94 29 848 1992-93 28 841 2011-12 33 840 2010-11 34 832 1996-97 29 815 1990-91 28 813 2003-04 31 806 2000-01 30 803 1988-89 28 798 1991-92 29 794 1999-00 30 774 1989-90 28 742 2007-08 30 720 2001-02 28 692 2003-04 28 691 2006-07 31 662 2008-09 30 655 2004-05 29 653 2005-06 28 588 Year 1978-79 1998-82 1982-83 1984-85 2009-10

Field Goal Attempts Games Total 33 2513 31 2323 32 2268 30 2178 34 2156

1979-80 1980-81 1983-84 2010-11 1995-96 2011-12 1986-87 1987-88 1994-95 1990-91 1992-93 1985-86 1998-99 1991-92 1993-94 2000-01 2007-08 1989-90 2003-04 2006-07 1999-00 1997-98 1996-97 2008-09 2005-06 2002-03 1988-89 2001-02 2004-05

31 2134 31 2113 30 2074 34 2068 31 2068 33 2060 29 2047 30 2028 30 1998 28 1971 28 1942 28 1915 32 1913 29 1907 29 1902 30 1887 30 1865 28 1863 31 1830 31 1826 30 1823 30 1807 29 1806 30 1758 28 1725 28 1691 28 1677 28 1659 29 1615

FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Year Games Pct. 1997-98 30 .498 1986-87 29 .490 1980-81 31 .480 1994-95 30 .477 1988-89 33 .476 1998-99 32 .472 1995-96 31 .472 1987-88 30 .472 1978-79 33 .471 1981-82 31 .467 1984-85 30 .464 1996-97 29 .451 1985-86 28 .455 1979-80 31 .448 1993-94 29 .446 1983-84 30 .444 2003-04 31 .440 1982-83 32 .437 1992-93 28 .433 2000-01 30 .427 1999-00 30 .425 2001-02 28 .417 1991-92 29 .416 2009-10 34 .413 1990-91 28 .412 2002-03 28 .409 2011-12 33 .408

2004-05 2010-11 1989-90 2007-08 2008-09 2006-07 2005-06

29 .404 34 .402 28 .398 30 .386 30 .373 31 .363 28 .341

3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE Year Games Total 2006-07 31 188 2005-06 28 154 2007-08 30 151 1995-96 31 145 2010-11 34 144 2008-09 30 143 1994-95 30 137 1997-98 30 127 2011-12 33 126 2009-10 34 123 1998-99 32 122 1996-97 29 117 2003-04 31 116 1987-88 30 92 2004-05 29 88 1999-00 30 84 2001-02 28 82 2000-01 30 72 1990-91 28 66 2002-03 28 64 1993-94 29 61 1992-93 28 58 1989-90 28 38 1988-89 28 37 1991-92 28 31 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED Year Games Total 2006-07 31 589 2005-06 28 486 2007-08 30 464 2008-09 30 462 2010-11 34 453 2011-12 33 445 1995-96 31 406 2009-10 34 396 1994-95 30 371 2003-04 31 370 1997-98 30 369 1996-97 29 365 1998-99 32 350 2001-02 28 311 2004-05 29 303 1999-00 30 301 2000-01 30 274 2002-03 28 259 1987-88 30 253 1990-91 28 238 1993-94 29 195

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATS 1992-93 1989-90 1991-92 1988-89

28 28 29 28

194 163 121 110

3-PT FG PERCENTAGE Year Games Pct. 1994-95 30 .371 1987-88 30 .364 1998-99 32 .349 1997-98 30 .344 1995-96 31 .340 1988-89 28 .336 2007-08 30 .325 1996-97 29 .321 2006-07 31 .319 2010-11 34 .318 2005-06 28 .317 1993-94 29 .313 2009-10 34 .311 2008-09 30 .310 1992-93 28 .298 2004-05 29 .290 2011-12 33 .283 1990-91 28 .281 1999-00 30 .279 1989-90 28 .277 2001-02 28 .264 2000-01 30 263 1991-92 29 .256 2002-03 28 .247 FREE THROWS MADE Year Games Total 1995-96 31 545 1999-00 30 524 1997-98 30 502 1994-95 30 487 1998-99 32 486 2003-04 31 481 1993-94 29 468 1978-79 33 466 2011-12 33 460 2000-01 30 456 1996-97 29 453 1982-83 28 431 2010-11 34 424 1985-86 28 424 2006-07 31 422 1981-82 31 418 1990-91 28 417 2001-02 28 413 2007-08 30 403 1984-85 30 402 2008-09 30 399 2009-10 34 390 1979-80 31 384 2004-05 29 383 1980-81 31 378 2002-03 28 371 1983-84 30 375 1987-88 30 361 1986-87 29 357 1991-92 29 353 2005-06 28 343 1992-93 28 342 1988-89 28 298 1989-90 28 295 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Year Games Total 1999-00 30 788 1995-96 31 781 2011-12 33 780 2009-10 34 742 1997-98 30 738 1998-99 32 720 2010-11 34 706 1994-95 30 705 1978-79 33 703 1986-87 29 689 2003-04 31 685 1996-97 29 677 1993-94 29 677 2000-01 30 677 1982-83 32 666 1981-82 31 663 1984-85 30 648 1990-91 28 641 2001-02 28 627

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617 615 611 608 607 585 584 583 576 552 539 530 509 472 455

FREE -THROW PERCENTAGE Year Games Pct. 2006-07 31 .723 2003-04 31 .702 1995-96 31 .698 1994-95 30 .691 1993-94 29 .691 1985-86 28 .689 1986-87 29 .689 1997-98 30 .680 1998-99 32 .675 2005-06 28 .674 2000-01 30 .674 1987-88 30 .670 1996-97 29 .669 2004-05 29 .665 1999-00 30 .665 2007-08 30 .663 1978-79 33 .663 1981-82 31 .660 2001-02 28 .659 2008-09 30 .657 1990-91 28 .651 1989-90 28 .648 1982-83 32 .647 1992-93 28 .645 1983-84 30 .643 1991-92 29 .640 2002-03 28 .634 1988-89 28 .631 1979-80 31 .622 1984-85 30 .620 1980-81 31 .619 2010-11 34 .601 2011-12 33 .590 2009-10 34 .526 TOTAL REBOUNDS Year Games Total 1982-83 31 1453 1981-82 31 1452 2010-11 34 1415 2011-12 33 1410 1984-85 30 1369 2009-10 34 1368 1980-81 31 1339 1983-84 30 1338 1978-79 33 1328 1993-94 29 1267 2000-01 30 1240 1979-80 31 1229 1995-96 31 1224 1994-95 30 1221 2008-09 30 1178 2003-04 31 1175 2007-08 30 1170 1998-99 32 1163 2006-07 31 1162 1992-93 28 1142 1996-97 29 1140 1985-86 28 1127 1986-87 29 1124 1991-92 29 1122 1999-00 30 1122 1997-98 30 1101 1987-88 30 1089 2004-05 29 1067 2005-06 28 1056 2001-02 28 1051 1983-84 28 1036 2002-03 28 1035 1988-89 28 1005 1990-91 28 1002

REBOUNDING AVERAGE Year Games Avg. 1981-82 31 46.8 1984-85 30 45.6 1982-83 31 45.4 1983-84 30 45.3 1993-94 29 43.7 1980-81 31 43.2 2011-12 33 42.7 2010-11 34 41.6 2000-01 30 41.3 1994-95 30 40.7 1985-86 28 40.3 2009-10 34 40.2 1978-79 33 40.2 1979-80 31 39.6 1995-96 31 39.5 1990-91 28 39.4 2008-09 30 39.3 1996-97 29 39.3 2007-08 30 39.0 1986-87 29 38.8 1991-92 29 38.7 2003-04 31 37.9 2005-06 28 37.7 2006-07 31 37.5 2001-02 28 37.5 1999-00 30 37.4 2002-03 28 37.0 1989-90 28 36.9 2004-05 29 36.8 1997-98 30 36.7 1998-99 32 36.3 1987-88 30 36.3 1988-89 28 35.9 1992-93 28 30.8 TOTAL STEALS Year Games Total 1995-96 31 421 1978-79 33 400 2009-10 34 389 2011-12 33 388 1991-92 29 388 1999-00 30 381 1992-93 28 379 1993-94 29 366 1981-82 31 361 1984-85 30 358 1994-95 30 357 2010-11 34 349 1980-81 31 347 2002-03 28 342 2003-04 31 337 2000-01 30 334 2001-02 28 334 1982-83 32 332 1998-99 32 314 1985-86 28 306 1996-97 29 294 1979-80 31 286 1986-87 29 281 1983-84 30 272 1990-91 28 270 2008-09 30 269 2007-08 30 269 1997-98 30 269 1987-88 30 264 1987-88 30 258 2005-06 28 257 2004-05 29 245 2006-07 31 241 1989-90 28 239 1988-89 28 231 Year 1981-82 1994-95 1995-96 1998-99 1997-98 1987-88 1996-97 1987-88 1982-83 1983-84 1986-87 2003-04 1993-94

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Total 605 570 559 541 541 535 514 512 503 495 492 482 481

1999-00 30 477 1992-93 28 476 1980-81 31 475 1984-85 28 474 2000-01 30 472 2011-12 33 471 2010-11 34 457 2001-02 28 437 1988-89 28 436 1978-79 33 433 1991-92 29 431 1985-86 28 419 2002-03 28 418 2007-08 30 409 2009-10 34 404 1990-91 28 382 2004-05 29 380 2006-07 31 379 1979-80 31 354 2008-09 30 340 1989-90 28 338 2005-06 28 334 TOTAL BLOCKS Year Games Total 1981-82 31 129 1984-85 30 128 2003-04 31 125 1983-84 30 115 1981-82 32 109 2010-11 34 107 1980-81 32 106 2009-10 34 105 1988-89 28 103 2007-08 30 101 2005-06 28 99 1998-99 32 95 2011-12 33 93 1987-88 30 90 1994-95 30 87 1997-98 30 85 2008-09 30 82 2006-07 31 79 2000-01 30 79 1993-94 29 79 1999-00 30 78 2004-05 29 76 2001-02 28 75 1985-86 28 74 1986-87 29 64 1990-91 28 60 2002-03 28 55 1996-97 29 53 1991-92 29 52 1989-90 28 45 1995-96 31 44 1992-93 28 44 1979-80 32 27


TEAM RECORDS most points scored-game 1. 118 ................................ vs. Western Illinois (11/27/81) 2. 116..................................... vs. Alabama State (12/1/95) 3. 114 ....................................vs. Arkansas State (1974-75) 4. 113 ..........................vs. East Tennessee State (1976-77) 5. 111 ............................................. vs. Ole Miss (1/24/79) 111 .................... vs. Mississippi Valley State (12/10/83) most points allowed-game 1. 118............................................vs. Tennessee (2/19/92) 2. 113............................................vs. Tennessee (2/16/99) 3. 111 ................................................ vs. DePaul (1/21/96) 4. 109................................................. vs. DePaul (2/22/96) 5. 106 ....................................... vs. Florida State (1/19/91) 6. 105 .................................... vs. Louisiana Tech (1/20/89) 7. 104 ............................................. vs. Ole Miss (1/17/79) 104................................ at Western Kentucky (3/21/04) 9. 103........................................ at Arizona State (12/2/05) 10. 102.............................................at Louisville (11/12/06) fewest points scored-game 1. 22 ...............................................vs. Lambuth (1972-73) 2. 33 .............................................vs. UT Martin (1972-73) 3. 35 ....................................vs. Temple (Tex.) JC (1974-75) 4. 38 ............................................vs. Delta State (1973-74) 5. 39 ...........................................vs. Austin Peay (1973-74) 39..............................................vs. Tennessee (2/16/99) 7. 40........................................... vs. Missouri (11/12/10) 40....................................................... at Tulsa (1/15/06) fewest points allowed-game 1. 14 .......................................vs. Southwestern (1974-75) 2. 15 ............................................ vs. Saint Louis (2/12/77) 3. 22 .......................................vs. Arkansas Tech (1972-73) 4. 24 ................... vs. Southeast Missouri State (11/20/76) 5. 27 ........................................vs. Jackson State (1972-73) points scored-season 1. 3,206 .................................................................1977-78 2. 2,886..................................................................1976-77 3. 2,832..................................................................1978-79 4. 2,642..................................................................1995-96 5. 2,554 .................................................................1981-82 6. 2,530 .................................................................1994-95 7. 2,440..................................................................1986-87 8. 2,429..................................................................1997-98 9. 2,422..................................................................1984-85 10. 2,414..................................................................1998-99 scoring average-season 1. 85.8....................................................................1978-79 2. 85.2....................................................................1995-96 3. 84.4 ...................................................................1977-78 4. 84.3....................................................................1994-95 5. 84.1....................................................................1986-87 6. 82.4....................................................................1981-82

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81.0....................................................................1997-98 80.7....................................................................1984-85 78.9....................................................................1987-88 77.7....................................................................1980-81

1978-79 .............................................. 26-7 1973-74 .............................................. 23-9 1982-83............................................. 20-12 1998-99............................................. 22-10

largest scoring margin-season 1. 17.4 (79.6-42.2) ................................... 1976-77 2. 13.8 (83.4-69.6).................................... 1981-82 3. 13.3 (85.8-72.5) ................................... 1978-79 4. 11.0 (70.2-59.2) ................................... 1974-75 5. 10.8 (84.3-73.5).................................... 1994-95

highest winning percentage 1. .839 1981-82 .............................................. 26-5 2. .788 1978-79 .............................................. 26-7 3. .766 1984-85 .............................................. 23-7 4. .763 1977-78 .............................................. 29-9 5. .759 1996-97............................................... 22-7

largest winning margin-game 1. 85 (109-24).... vs. Southeast Missouri State (11/20/76) 2. 84 (116-32).......................vs. Alabama State (12/1/95) 3. 72 (87-15)................................. vs. Saint Louis (2/1/77) 4. 65 (114-49)...................... vs. Arkansas State (1974-75) 65 (110-45).............................. vs. Cheyney (12/19/86)

most victories-season 1. 29 ......................................................................1974-75 29 ......................................................................1977-78 3. 27 ......................................................................1976-77 4. 26 ......................................................................1978-79 26.......................................................................1981-82

largest losing margin-game 1. 74 (113-39) ............................. vs. Tennessee (2/16/99) 2. 59 (118-59).............................. vs. Tennessee (2/19/92) 3. 53 (97-44).................................. vs. Georgia (12/29/05) 53 (93-40)..........................................at Tulsa (1/15/06) 5. 49 (91-42)...................... at Oklahoma State (12/19/05) 49 (95-46..................................... at Georgia (11/29/06) 7. 47 (105-58) ...................... vs. Louisiana Tech (1/20/89) 47 (96-49) ........................ vs. South Carolina (2/18/91) 47 (93- 46) ............................... vs. Tennessee (2/21/91) 10. 46 (103-57)...........................at Arizona State (12/2/05) most combined points-game 1. 208 .......................Memphis 111, Ole Miss 97, 1/24/79 2. 201 ................... Memphis 99, Marquette 102, 3/11/95 3. 200 ................... Memphis 94. Florida St., 106, 2/16/91 4. 196........................ UAPB 99, Memphis 97 ot, 12/28/07 5. 195 ....................Memphis 94, Kentucky 101, 11/17/79 195 ..............................Memphis 105, UAB 90, 3/10/95 7. 195 .......................... Memphis 94, LSU 101, 111/25/95

most consecutive wins-season 1. 13 ......................................................................1981-82 2. 12.......................................................................1997-98 3. 11 ......................................................................1984-85 11.......................................................................1996-97 5. 10.......................................................................2010-11 10 ......................................................................1972-73 10 ......................................................................1977-78 10.......................................................................1994-95

fewest combined points-game 1. 69 ................... Memphis 43, Murray State 26, 1972-73 2. 72 .............Memphis 39, Austin Peay State 33, 1973-74 3. 73 .................. Memphis 42, Southwestern 31, 1972-73 4. 74 ...................Memphis 52, Arkansas Tech 22,1972-73 5. 76 .......................... Memphis 22, Lambuth 54, 1972-73 most points in one half-game 1. 75........................................................... vs. USF, 1/7/96 2. 66 ....................... vs. Mississippi Valley State, 12/10/83 3. 62................................................ vs. Louisville, 2/30/96 4. 61........................................vs. Alabama State, 12/1/95 5. 60 .......................................... vs. Florida State, 1/27/79 60 .................................. vs. Northern Illinois, 12/18/80 60 .....................................................vs. Detroit, 1/9/88 most points combined in a half 1. 109......Memphis 66, Missippi Valley State 43,12/10/83 2. 106 ..................Memphis 54, Valdosta State 52, 2/3/79 106 .................. Memphis 46, Florida State 60, 2/16/91 4. 104 ........... Memphis 60, Northern Illinois 44,12/18/80 5. 102 ..................... Memphis 58, Mississippi 44, 1/24/79 102 ....................... Memphis 40, Marquette 62, 2/6/92 102 ..................... Memphis 49, Marquette 53, 3/12/94 102................................... Memphis 75, USF 27, 1/7/96 9. 101.................. Memphis 53, Alcorn State 48, 12/18/87 10. 100...................... Memphis 53, Marquette 47, 3/11/95 largest halftime lead 1. 48..................................... Memphis 75, USF 27, 1/7/96 2. 42................. Memphis 55, Alabama State. 13, 12/1/96 3. 37 ...................... Memphis 51, Saint Louis, 13, 1/30/92 4. 34 .........................Memphis 56, Cheyney 22, 12/19/86 5. 30 ..............Memphis 59, Western Illinois 29, 11/27/81 30 .................... Memphis 58, UT-Arlington 28, 1/28/85

Mary Lou Johns’ 1978-79 team averaged 85.8 points per game.

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most games played-season 1. 38 1974-75 .............................................. 29-9 38 1977-78 .............................................. 29-9 3. 36 1976-77 .............................................. 27-9 4. 34 2010-11............................................. 20-13 34 2009-2010......................................... 20-14 6. 33 2011-12............................................. 25-8

most losses-season 1. 27.......................................................................2006-07 2. 25.......................................................................2005-06 3. 22 ......................................................................1989-90 22 ......................................................................1990-91 5. 20.......................................................................2007-08 6. 19 ......................................................................1988-89 7. 18.......................................................................2008-09 8. 17.......................................................................1991-92 17.......................................................................2001-02 10. 16 ......................................................................1971-72 16.......................................................................1992-93 16.......................................................................2004-05 consecutive losses-season 1. 16.......................................................................2006-07 2. 12 ......................................................................1989-90 12.......................................................................2005-06 4. 7 ........................................................................1988-89 7 ........................................................................1990-91 7.........................................................................2001-02 7.........................................................................2005-06 8. 6 ........................................................................1989-90 6.........................................................................1992-93 field goals attempted - game 1. 102 ...........................................vs. Kentucky (11/17/77) 2. 94 ..................................... vs. Illinois-Chicago (12/9/78) 94 ........................................ vs. Valdosta State (213/79) 94 ................................ vs. Western Kentucky (2/15/82) 5. 91 ........................................... vs. Cincinnati (12/18/78) 91 ..............................................vs. Cheyney (12/19/86) fg attempted - season 1. 3,146 ................................................................1977-78 2. 2,903 ................................................................1976-77 3. 2,513 ................................................................1978-79 4. 2,295 ................................................................1981-82 5. 2,264 ................................................................1982-83 6. 2,175.................................................................1984-85 7. 2,156............................................................ 2009-2010 8. 2,136.................................................................1979-80 9. 2,116.................................................................1986-87 10. 2,114.................................................................1980-81 field goals made - game 1. 48 ................................ vs. Western Carolina (1/18/85) 2. 47 ............................................ vs. Cheyney (12/19/86) 47...........................................vs. UT-Martin (11/14/77) 47 ................................................. vs. Florida (1/27/79) 47 ................................. vs. Western Illinois (11/28/81)

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TEAM RECORDS field goals made - season 1. 1,356 ................................................................1977-78 2. 1,183 ................................................................1978-79 3. 1,094 ................................................................1976-77 4. 1,067 ................................................................1981-82 5. 1,035.................................................................1986-87 6. 1,016.................................................................1980-81 7. 1,010.................................................................1084-85 8. 990....................................................................1982-83 9. 976....................................................................1995-96 10. 957....................................................................1987-88 957....................................................................1979-80 field goal percentage- game 1. .718 (41-57) ............................. vs. Ole Miss (11/24/79) 2. .660 (33-50) ..........................vs. San Diego St. (1/7/81) 3. .653 (43-66) .........................vs. McNeese St. (1/29/86) 4. .649 (37-57) ................................. vs. MTSU (12/14/97) 5. .640 (32-50) ......................................vs. UAB (1/14/01) fg percentage - season 1. .498 (900-1807)................................... 1997-98 2. .490 (1035-2116) ................................ 1986-87 3. .483 (1016-2114)................................. 1980-81 4. .477 (953-1998)................................... 1994-95 5. .475 (797-1677)................................... 1988-89 6. .472 (975-2028)................................... 1987-88 .472 (903-1913)................................... 1998-99 .472 (976-2069)................................... 1995-96 9. .465 (1067-2295)................................. 1981-82 10. .464 (1010-2175)................................. 1984-85 3-point fg made - game 1. 14.......................................................... at UAB, 1/27/07 2. 12...................................................... at Tulane, 2/20/11 12................................................vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 4. 11......................................at Southern Miss, 1/19/12 11..........................................at Southern Miss, 2/28/09 11..........................................................vs. UTEP, 2/6/06 7. 10..........................................................vs. Tulsa, 1/7/07 10.............................................. vs. Winthrop, 11/10/06 10..............................................vs. Oral Roberts, 1/9/95 10..................................................... vs. Tulane, 1/28/96 10 ........................................vs. UNC Charlotte, 1/17/97 10................................................ vs. Ole Miss, 12/16/05 10................................................... at Marshall, 2/21/08 3-point fg made - season 1. 188.....................................................................2006-07 2. 154.....................................................................2005-06 3. 151.....................................................................2007-08 4. 145.....................................................................1995-96 5. 144.....................................................................2010-11 6. 143.....................................................................2008-09 7. 137.....................................................................1994-95 8. 127.....................................................................1997-98 9. 126................................................................. 2011-12 10. 123.................................................................2009-2010 3-point fg attempted - game 1. 35..............................................vs. Winthrop, 11/10/06 2. 28......................................................... vs. Tulsa, 1/7/07 28......................................................... at UAB, 1/27/07 28.................................................... at Marshall, 2/1/07 28..............................................at East Carolina, 2/3/07 6. 27................................................. vs. Marshall, 1/18/07 7. 26...................................... at Southern Miss, 1/19/12 26......................................... at Southern Miss, 2/17/11 26.............................................. vs. Ohio State, 3/17/96 10. 25......................................................at Tulane, 2/20/11 25................................................ at Arkansas, 12/18/07 ..................................................... vs. Marshall, 2/12/06 -point fg attempted - season 3 1. 589.................................................................... 2006-07 2. 486.................................................................... 2005-06 3. 464.................................................................... 2007-08 4. 462.................................................................... 2008-09 5. 453.................................................................... 2010-11 6. 445................................................................ 2011-12 7. 428.................................................................... 1995-96 8. 396................................................................ 2009-2010 9. 371.................................................................... 1994-95

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(92-253), 1987-88 3. .349................................................. (122-350), 1998-99 4. .344................................................. (127-369), 1997-98 5. .342................................................... (38-111), 1988-89 6. .339................................................. (145-428), 1995-96 7. .325................................................. (151-464), 2007-08 8. .321................................................. (117-365), 1996-97 9. .319................................................. (188-589), 2006-07 10. .318................................................. (144-453), 2010-11 free throws made - game 1. 41 ..........................................................vs. USF, 1/7/96 2. 36.................................................vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 3. 35........................................... vs. Mississippi, 11/28/79 4. 32..................................... vs. Alabama A&M, 11/28/07 ............................................vs. UA-Pine Bluff, 12/28/07 ....................................................vs. Louisville, 2/29/96 7. 31................................................ vs. Houston, 1/19/97 31....................................... vs. Arkansas State, 3/17/99 31.............................................. vs. Arkansas, 12/19/99 31................................................vs. Charlotte, 2/11/01 31..........................................vs. North Texas, 11/17/01 free throws made - season 1. 545....................................................................1995-96 2. 524....................................................................1999-00 3. 502....................................................................1997-98 4. 494....................................................................1977-78 5. 487....................................................................1994-95 6. 486....................................................................1998-99 7. 481....................................................................2003-04 8. 468....................................................................1993-94 9. 460................................................................ 2011-12 10. 456....................................................................2000-01 free throws attempted - game 1. 50..................................... vs. Alabama A&M, 11/28/07 .....................................................vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 3. 49...............................................vs. Ole Miss, 11/28/79 4. 48.............................................. vs. Arkansas, 12/19/99 5. 46...........................................................vs. USF, 1/7/96 46..................................................vs. Louisville, 3/2/03 7. 44.................................vs. Grand View State, 11/29/81 8. 43............................................. at East Carolina, 1/9/11 ft attempted - season 1. 788....................................................................1999-00 2. 781....................................................................1995-96 3. 780................................................................ 2011-12 4. 742............................................................... 2009-2010 5. 738....................................................................1997-98 6. 733....................................................................1977-78 7. 720....................................................................1998-99 8. 706....................................................................2010-11 9. 704....................................................................1994-95 10. 685....................................................................2003-04 ft percentage - game 1. .938 (15-16)............................ vs. St. Francis, 11/27/98 2. .929 (13-14).............................. vs. Fordham, 11/26/10 3. .923 (12-13)........................................vs. UAB, 2/12/94 .923 (12-13)........................vs. Tennessee Tech, 3/1/90 5. .920 (23-25)..................vs. Central Arkansas, 11/24/06 6. .917 (11-12)............ vs. Southeast Louisiana, 11/23/11 7. .909 (10-11).............. vs. Southern Mississippi 1/29/06 .909 (20-22).............................. vs. Kentucky, 11/17/77

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(446o-1010d) 1982-83 4. 1428............................................ (395o-1033d) 1981-82 5. 1415............................................ (567o-1415d) 2010-11 6. 1410.........................................(552 o -858 d) 2011-12 7. 1368........................................(557o-1368d) 2009-2010 8. 1366.............................................. (509o-857d) 1984-85 9. 1349............................................ (318o-1031d) 1080-81 10. 1331.............................................. (445o-886d) 1983-84 rebound average - season 1. 46.1................................................ (31 games) 1981-82 2. 46.2................................................ (36 games) 1976-77 3. 45.5................................................ (30 games) 1984-85 4. 45.5................................................ (32 games) 1982-83 5. 44.4................................................. (30 games) 1983-84 6. 43.7................................................. (29 games) 1993-94 7. 43.5................................................. (31 games) 1980-81 8. 42.7.............................................. (33 games) 2011-12 9. 41.6................................................. (34 games) 2010-11 10. 41.3................................................. (30 games) 2000-01 rebound margin - game 1. 34 (57-23)........................................... vs. USF (1/28/01) 2. 32 (66-34)................................... vs. Arkansas (2/17/81) 3. 29 (58-29)................................. vs. Cincinnati (2/27/84) 29 (52-23).............................. vs. Alabama St. (12/1/95) 5. 28 (60-32)............................... vs. Belmont (11/13/11) 28 (53-28)................vs. North Carolina A&T (12/10/10) 28 (66-38)....................................vs. Mercer (11/19/04) 8. 27 (62-35)................................. vs. Houston (2/12/12) 27 (41-14)............................... vs. Temple JC (11/27/78) 27 (65-38)................................vs. W. Illinois (11/27/81) 27 (59-32)................................... vs. Cincinnati (3/7/83) 27 (62-35)...............................vs. E. Kentucky (12/1/00) rebound margin - season 1. 6.0 (43.6-37.6) ..................................................1980-81 6.0 (46.8-40.8) ..................................................1981-82 3. 5.9 (41.3-35.4)...................................................2000-01 4. 5.3 (44.6-39.3) ..................................................1983-84 5. 4.2 (45.6-41.4) ..................................................1984-85 assists - game 1. 32 .................................................vs. Radford (2/27/87) 32 ................................... vs. Miss. Valley St. (12/10/83) 3. 31 ........................................ vs. Southern Miss (1/8/82) 4. 30 ........................................................ vs. UAB (2/6/82) 30 ............................................. vs. Cincinnati (2/27/84) 30...................................................vs. MTSU (12/14/97) assists - season 1. 603 ....................................................................1981-82 2. 567.....................................................................1994-95 3. 559.....................................................................1995-96 4. 541.....................................................................1998-99 5. 540.....................................................................1997-98


TEAM RECORDS 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

531.....................................................................1982-83 514.....................................................................1996-97 512.....................................................................1987-88 505.....................................................................1986-87 497.....................................................................1980-81

assist average - season 1. 19.5 ...................................................................1981-82 2. 18.9....................................................................1994-95 3. 18.0....................................................................1995-96 18.0....................................................................1997-98 5. 17.7 ...................................................................1996-97 6. 17.4....................................................................1986-87 7. 17.3....................................................................1992-93 8. 17.1....................................................................1987-88 9. 16.9....................................................................1998-99 10. 16.6....................................................................1982-83 steals - game 1. 27.............................................. vs. UT-Martin (2/14/94) 27.................................................. vs. UMKC (12/20/00) 3. 26.............................................. vs. UT-Martin (1/23/96) 4. 25.............................................. vs. Missouri (12/17/91) 5. 24................................................ vs. UT-Martin (2/2/95) steals - season 1. 422.....................................................................1995-96 2. 400 ....................................................................1978-79 3. 389.....................................................................2009-10 4. 388................................................................. 2011-12 5. 384.....................................................................1992-93 6. 381.....................................................................1999-00 7. 376.....................................................................1991-92 8. 369.....................................................................1993-94 9. 360.....................................................................1981-82 10. 358.....................................................................1994-95 steals average - season 1. 13.7................................................ (28 games), 1992-93 2. 13.6................................................ (31 games), 1995-96 3. 13.0................................................ (29 games), 1991-92 4. 12.7................................................ (29 games), 1993-94 12.7................................................ (30 games), 1999-00 6. 12.2................................................ (28 games), 2002-03 7. 11.9................................................ (30 games), 1994-95 11.9................................................ (28 games), 2001-02 11.9................................................ (30 games), 1984-85 10. 11.8............................................. (33 games), 2011-12 turnovers - game 1. 46..............................................vs. Tennessee (2/16/99) 2. 38 ............................................... vs. Ole Miss (1/11/89) 38................................................vs. Kentucky (12/4/93) 4. 36 ...................................vs. Mississippi State (12/6/80) 36.......................................... vs. Texas A&M (12/19/01) 5. 35......................................................... at UCF (1/14/07) 35 ....................................vs. UT Chattanooga (1/17/81) 35..............................................vs. Tennessee (2/19/92)

blocked shots - season 1. 129.....................................................................1981-82 2. 128.....................................................................1984-85 3. 125.....................................................................2003-04 4. 115.....................................................................1983-84 5. 109.....................................................................1982-83 6. 107.....................................................................2010-11 7. 106.....................................................................1980-81 8. 105.................................................................2009-2010 9. 103.....................................................................1988-89 10. 101.....................................................................2007-08 blocked shots - average 1. 4.3................................................... (30 games) 1994-95 2. 4.2................................................... (31 games) 1981-82 3. 4.0................................................... (34 games) 2010-11 4.0................................................... (31 games) 2003-04 5. 3.8................................................... (30 games) 1983-84 6. 3.7................................................... (28 games) 1988-89 7. 3.5................................................... (28 games) 2005-06 8. 3.4................................................... (31 games) 1980-81 9. 3.4................................................... (32 games) 1982-83 10. 3.4................................................... (30 games) 2007-08 personal fouls - game 1. 34 ...................................................vs. Tulane (2/22/83) 2. 32.......................................vs. South Carolina (2/26/92) 3. 31...................................................at Charlotte (1/9/05) 31.................................vs. Stephen F. Austin (12/16/95) 31..................................vs. Mississippi State (12/20/95) 6. 30................................ at Western Kentucky (11/29/03) 30..............................................vs. Tennessee (2/16/99) 30......................................................vs. Tulane (1/8/99) 30........................................ vs. Old Dominion (12/3/99) 30................................vs. Austin Peay State (11/12/99) overtime games (9-10) date result 2010-11 L 2009-10 W 2009-10 W 2008-09 W 2007-08 L 2007-08 L 2004-05 L 2002-03 L 2001-02 L 2000-01 W 2000-01 L 1997-98 L 1996-97 W 1995-96 W 1992-93 W 1992-93 L 1988-89 W 1987-88 L 1987-88 W

score 77-76 89-85 59-58 77-74 71-68 99-97 59-58 73-68 82-80 81-71 65-62 83-81 86-81 93-87 67-75 73-68 80-76 98-94 91-90

opponent vs. ECU (FEF) vs. Southern Miss vs. Rice (FEF) at Southern Miss vs. Toledo (FEF) vs. UAPB at Saint Louis at Charlotte MTSU at USF Southern Miss Southern Miss Houston DePaul UAB South Carolina at Louisville Santa Clara at Florida State

turnovers - season 1. 698.....................................................................1998-99 2. 685.....................................................................1980-81 3. 675.....................................................................1993-94 4. 673.....................................................................1991-92 5. 671.....................................................................2006-07 6. 670.....................................................................1997-98 turnover average 1. 23.30..................................................................1993-94 2. 23.20..................................................................1991-92 3. 22.78 .................................................................1988-89 4. 22.30..................................................................1997-98 5. 22.18..................................................................2001-02 blocked shots - game 1. 15 ................................ vs. East Tennessee St. (2/12/82) 2. 13 ................................................vs. Purdue (12/30/84) 3. 12 ......................................vs. Arkansas State (2/12/81) 12............................................. vs. Saint Louis (1/11/95) 5. 11.............................................. vs. Ole Miss (11/29/03) 6. 10......................................................vs. Toledo (1/4/08) 7. 9........................................................ at Tulsa (1/15/06)

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points in a game 1. 49........... Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento St., 11/27/09 2. 45......... Tamika Whitmore vs. Arkansas State, 3/17/99 3. 44.................. Wanda Dillard vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 4. 41........................... Tamika Whitmore vs. USF, 1/15/99 41..........Betty Booker vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/18/78 6. 40 .... Betty Booker vs. Central Missouri State, 2/10/79 40..........................Regina Street vs. Cincinnati, 3/5/84 40......LaTonya Johnson vs. Mississippi State, 12/20/95 40.... Tamika Whitmore vs. Youngstown State, 3/13/98 40........................... Regina Street at Cincinnati, 3/5/84

Field Goals Made 1. 22................... Wanda Dillard vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 2. 20 .............. Betty Booker vs. Central Missouri, 2/10/79 3. 19 ...................... Regina Street vs. Delta State, 12/6/83 4. 18 ........................... Regina Street at Cincinnati, 2/5/84 5. 17 ................... Linda Street vs. Valdosta State, 12/3/79 17 ... Linda McKinnie vs. East Tennessee State, 2/12/82 17 ................... Vera Webb vs. McNeese State, 1/29/86 17..... Tamika Whitmore vs. Youngstown State, 3/13/98 9. 16............ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento St., 11/27/09 10. 15.......................................................12 different times

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field goals attempted 1. 34................... Wanda Dillard vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 34 ........................Betty Booker vs. Louisville, 12/17/77 34 ..................Betty Booker vs. Valdosta State, 1/15/78 4. 32.................................... Devin Necaise at UAB, 2/2/06 32 ..........Betty Booker vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/18/78 6. 30 ........................... Betty Booker vs. Oakland, 1/11/79 30 ... Linda McKinnie vs. East Tennessee State, 2/12/82 8. 28........ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento State, 11/27/09 28........................ Vera Webb at South Carolina, 1/4/86 28.....Tamika Whitmore vs. Georgia Southern , 12/4/98 field goal percentage (min. 10 attempted) 1. .923 .......12-13 by Keeta Matthews vs.Dayton, 2/10/95 .923 .12-13 by Heather Newlon vs. Marquette, 3/11/95 .923 ......... 12-13 by Freda Fields vs. Cincinnati, 3/12/92 4. .917 ............ 11-12 by Princess Swilley vs. UAB, 1/14/01 5. .909 ........10-11 by Monica Glass vs. Mississippi, 2/9/87 .909 ...10-11 by Heather Newlon vs.Saint Louis,1/31/94 .909 ................ 10-11 by Malissa Bush vs. SIU, 11/23/98 .909 .......... 10-11 by Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 1/10/96 9. .900 ...... 9-10 by Shannon Hamp vs. Tenn. St., 11/29/02 .900 ............... 9-10 by Regina Street at Tulane, 2/22/83

single season scoring 1. 843.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 2. 754.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 3. 730 ............................................Betty Booker, 1977-78 4. 729 ............................................Betty Booker, 1976-77 5. 714 ............................................Betty Booker, 1978-79 6. 662 ............................................Betty Booker, 1979-80 7. 658...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 8. 654...................................... Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 9. 601...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 10. 598............................................Regina Street, 1983-84 single season scoring average 1. 26.3....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 2. 26.0....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 3. 21.9..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 4. 21.6 ...........................................Betty Booker, 1978-79 5. 21.4 ...........................................Betty Booker, 1979-80 6. 20.7..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 7. 20.2 ...........................................Betty Booker, 1976-77 8. 20.0....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 9. 19.9 ..........................................Regina Street, 1983-84 10. 19.7 ...........................................Betty Booker, 1977-78 SC OR I N G CAREER career scoring 1. 2835......................................... Betty Booker (1976-80) 2. 2488................................. Tamika Whitmore (1995-99) 3. 2232...................................LaTonya Johnson (1994-98) 4. 2147............................... Linda Street (1976-79, 80-81) 5. 2133....................................Keeta Matthews (1992-96) 6. 2044........................................Regina Street 91981-85) 7. 2000.......................... Linda McKinnie (1977-80, 81-82) 8. 1835..........................................Kim Duppins (1978-82) 9. 1823............................................. Kitty Allen (1993-97) 10. 1529......................................Connie Hibbler (1984-88) 11. 1510....................................... Wanda Dillard (1984-88) 12. 1475............................................ Vera Webb (1982-86) 13. 1437...................................... Brittany Carter (2009-12) 14. 1427................................. Shannon Hamp (1999-2003) 15. 1369.................................... Paris Leonard (2005-2009) 16. 1299..................................Victoria Crawford (2002-05) 17. 1185...................................... Lynn Enzweiler (1974-76) 18. 1166.................................... Ramses Lonlack (2008-12) 19. 1071....................................... Devin Necaise (2003-07) 20. 1066............................Nicole Dickson (2009-present) 21. 1046....................................... Terri Galloway (1973-75) 22. 1000.....................................Princess Swilley (2000-03) career scoring average 1. 20.7.......................................... Betty Booker (1976-80) 20.7.................................. Tamika Whitmore (1995-99) 3. 18.9....................................LaTonya Johnson (1994-98) 4. 18.2....................................... Lynn Enzweiler (1974-76) 5. 18.1.....................................Keeta Matthews (1992-96) 6. 16.9......................................... Regina Street (1981-85) 7. 16.8........................................ Tiffany Adkins (1999-01) 8. 16.2.......................................Glynetha Davis (1988-89) 9. 15.7................................ Linda Street (1976-79, 80-81) 10. 15.6........................................ Terri Galloway (1973-75)

FIEL D GOAL SI N GL E SEASON field goals made 1. 325.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 2. 309 ............................................Betty Booker, 1976-77 309 ............................................Betty Booker, 1978-79 4. 306 ............................................Betty Booker, 1977-78 5. 300.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 6. 256.........................................Linda McKinnie, 1981-82 256.......................................... Wanda Dillard, 1986-87 8. 245...................................... Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 9. 239............................................Regina Street, 1983-84 10. 231...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 field goals attempted 1. 737 ............................................Betty Booker, 1977-78 2. 710 ............................................Betty Booker, 1976-77 3. 656 ............................................Betty Booker, 1978-79 4. 601 ............................................Betty Booker, 1979-80 5. 586...................................... Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 6. 556 ....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 7. 529.........................................Linda McKinnie, 1981-82 8. 487.......................................... Wanda Dillard, 1986-87 9. 481...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 10. 478....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 field goal percentage (min. 50 made) 1. .647....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 2. .627 ..........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 3. .614 ..........................................Regina Street, 1983-84 4. .604 ............................................ Linda Street, 1980-81 .604....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 6. .603 ........................................ Gynetha Davis, 1988-89 7. .599 ..........................................Regina Street, 1984-85 8. .585....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 9. .578....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-96 .578...................................... Jennifer Sullivan, 2003-04 10. .571 ..........................................Monica Glass, 1986-87 F I EL D GOAL CAR EER field goals made 1. 1203 ..........................................Betty Booker, 1976-80 2. 974....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99

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898 ........................... Linda McKinnie, 1977-79, 80-82 872 .................................Linda Street, 1976-79, 80-81 833..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 831...........................................Regina Street, 1984-85 789...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-96 775 ........................................... Kim Duppins, 1978-82 680 ........................................ Wanda Dillard, 1984-88 644................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-97

field goals attempted 1. 2704 ...........................................Betty Booker, 1976-80 2. 1883 ........................... Linda McKinnie, 1977-79, 80-82 3. 1725..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 4. 1689...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-96 5. 1607 .................................Linda Street, 1976-79, 80-81 1607....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 7. 1544................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-97 8. 1419.......................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-09 9. 1411...........................................Regina Street, 1981-85 10. 1399...............................................Vera Webb, 1982-86 field goal percentage (min 100 fga) 1. .606.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 2. .589............................................Regina Street, 1981-85 3. .582.......................................... Gynetha Davis, 1988-89 4. .567 ...........................................Monica Glass, 1985-87 .567...................................Shanna Humphries, 1996-98 6. .553..................................Kaneshi Hart, 2000-03, 04-05 7. .543 ..................................Linda Street, 1976-79, 80-81 8. .538.............................................Regan Fedric, 1993-97 9. .535............................................. Kim Duppins, 1980-82 10. .531.....................................Shannon Hamp, 1999-2003 F R EE T H R OWS SI N GLE G A M E free-throws made 1. 16....... Victoria Crawford at Western Kentucky, 3/21/04 2. 15........ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento State, 11/27/09 15...................... Victoria Crawford vs. Louisville, 3/2/03 4. 14................................... Jasmine Lee vs. Tulsa, 2/26/12 14........................... Tamika Whitmore vs. UAB, 2/15/98 14...................Connie Hibbler vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 14............................ Keeta Matthews at DePaul, 1/11/9 14...............................Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 2/15/9 9. 13...........................Paris Leonard vs. Arkansas, 12/3/08 13....................... Victoria Crawford vs. Houston, 1/9/04 13 .................... Linda Street vs. Old Dominion, 2/18/78 13 .......... Betty Booker vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/18/78 13......................Keeta Matthews vs. Charlotte, 2/18/96 13...........Tamika Whitmore vs. Arkansas State, 3/17/99 13........... Victoria Crawford vs. Massachusetts, 12/9/01 free-throws attempted 1. 21......................Keeta Matthews vs. Charlotte, 2/18/96 2. 20.........Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento State, 11/27/09 3. 18................................... Jasmine Lee vs. Tulsa, 2/26/12 18......................... Keeta Matthews vs. DePaul, 1/11/93 5. 17................ Victoria Crawford at W. Kentucky, 3/21/04 17 .......... Betty Booker vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/18/78 17 ..............Linda Street vs. Middle Tennessee, 1/26/81 17.................Tiffany Adkins vs. Arkansas State, 3/15/00 17...................... Victoria Crawford vs. Louisville, 3/2/03 10. 16..............................Jasmine Lee vs. Marshall, 2/16/12 16........ Paris Leonard vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 12/28/07 16.Victoria Crawford vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 12/20/03 16...................Connie Hibbler vs. Florida State, 1/23/84 16 ........................Betty Booker vs. Mississippi, 1/30/80 16 ..................... Regina Street at Florida State, 1/23/84 16.................... Keeta Matthews vs. Kentucky, 12/19/95 16......................Tamika Whitmore at Houston, 1/19/97 16.............................Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 2/15/98 free-throw percentage (min. 10 att.) 1. 1.000 .... 10-10, Jennifer Sullivan at Vanderbilt, 12/1/04 1.000 .............. 10-10, Victoria Crawford at TCU, 2/5/05 1.000 ...... 10-10, Victoria Crawford vs. UMES, 11/21/03 1.000 ........... 10-10, Karen Davis vs St. John’s, 12/28/90 1.000 ............ 10-10, Karen Davis vs. Louisville, 1/26/91 1.000 .... 10-10, Keeta Matthews vs. Miss. State, 3/1/94 1.000 ...10-10, Keeta Matthews vs. Ohio State, 3/16/96 1.000 .......... 10-10, Keeta Matthews vs. Dayton, 3/9/94 1.000 .......10-10, Tamika Whitmore vs. APSU, 12/19/98 10. .929 ...... 13-14, Linda Street vs. Old Dominion, 2/18/78


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS FR E E T H R OW S SINGLE SEASON free-throws made 1. 207..................................... Victoria Crawford, 2003-04 2. 163.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 3. 158....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1994-95 4. 151..................................... Victoria Crawford, 2004-05 151.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 6. 146....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1995-96 7. 145...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 8. 143..............................................Jasmine Lee, 2011-12 143....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 10. 138...................................... Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 free-throws attempted 1. 261..................................... Victoria Crawford, 2003-04 2. 247..............................................Jasmine Lee, 2011-12 3. 228...................................... Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 4. 225....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1994-95 5. 218.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 6. 212.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 7. 206..................................... Victoria Crawford, 2004-05 8. 202....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1995-96 9. 189....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 10. 184...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 free-throw percentage (min. 50 fta) 1. .966..........................................Devin Necaise, 2006-07 2. .909..........................................Devin Necaise, 2005-06 3. .900 ......................................... Java Reynolds, 1989-90 4. .882 ......................................... Java Reynolds, 1990-91 5. .871..........................................Devin Necaise, 2004-05 6. .857........................................... Jaina Washer, 1980-81 7. .849........................................Aroha Jennings, 2006-07 8. .833 ........................................ Wanda Dillard, 1986-87 .833..............................................Paula Fuller, 1982-83 10. .832........................................Aroha Jennings, 2007-08 F R E E T H R OWS CAREER free-throws made 1. 551........................................ Keeta Matthews, 1992-96 2. 498......................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 3. 497...................................... Victoria Crawford, 2001-05 4. 429 .............................................Betty Booker, 1976-80 5. 383..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-97 6. 382 ............................................Regina Street, 1984-85 7. 359....................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 8. 358 ...................................Linda Street, 1976-79; 80-81 9. 321......................................Shannon Hamp, 1999-2003 10. 298......................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2008-12 free-throws attempted 1. 766........................................ Keeta Matthews, 1992-96 2. 693......................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 3. 660...................................... Victoria Crawford, 2001-05 4. 629....................................Linda Street, 1976-79, 80-81 5. 575..............................................Betty Booker, 1976-80 6. 564 ............................................Regina Street, 1981-85 7. 526.............................................. Kim Duppins, 1978-82 8. 522..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-97 9. 483....................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 10. 477......................................Shannon Hamp, 1999-2003 free-throw percentage (min. 50 fta) 1. .896.......................................Devin Necaise, 2003-2007 2. .841.....................................Aroha Jennings, 2006-2008 3. .827...............................................Paula Fuller, 1981-83 4. .833............................................Marcia Monk, 1980-82 5. .809 .......................................... Java Reynolds, 1987-91 6. .766 ......................................... Wanda Dillard, 1984-88 7. .762..................................... Lauren Jackson, 1998-2002 8. .753..................................... Victoria Crawford, 2001-05 9. .746 ............................................Betty Booker, 1976-80 10. .743................................ Jessica Hall, 2004-05, 2007-08 ............................................. LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 T H R E E -POI N T SINGLE GAM E 3-pt. field goals made 1. 7............................... Alex Winchell at Tulane, 2/20/11 7.....................LaTonya Johnson vs. Charlotte, 1/17/97

3. 6........................Alex Winchell vs. Wichita St., 3/21/10 6......................... Alex Winchell vs. Ole Miss, 12/18/09 6.................................. Devin Necaise at UAB, 1/27/07 6.........................Tamika Butler vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 6......................... Paris Leonard vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 6..................... Tamika Butler vs. Mississippi, 11/29/03 6 ......... Kim Gilchrist vs. Eastern Washington, 12/2/88 6................................ Kelly Herron vs. Tulane, 1/11/98 3-pt. field goals attempted 1. 14.....................Devin Necaise vs. Winthrop, 11/10/06 2. 13.................Alex Winchell at Southern Miss, 2/17/11 13................................ Devin Necaise at UAB, 1/27/07 13......................... Tamika Butler vs. Houston, 2/24/06 5. 12..............Nicole Dickson vs. Southern Miss, 2/2/12 12......................... Devin Necaise at Marshall, 2/12/06 12.......................Tamika Butler vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 12................... Tamika Butler vs. Mississippi, 11/24/03 12........................... Kitty Allen vs. Ohio State, 3/17/96 10. 11..... 15 times, last by Alex Winchell vs. UAB, 2/27/11 3-pt. field goal percentage (min. 6 made) 1. .857.......(6-7) by Paris Leonard vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 2. .778.. (7-9) by LaTonya Johnson vs. Charlotte, 1/17/97 3. .750..... (6-8) by Alex Winchell vs. Wichita St., 3/21/10 .750.............. (6-8) by Kelly Herron vs. Tulane, 1/11/98 5. .500....(6-12) by Tamika Butler vs. Clemson , 11/26/05 .500. (6-12) by Tamika Butler vs. Mississippi, 11/29/03 THREE-POI N T SI N GL E SEASON 3-pt. field goals made 1. 70......................................... Alex Winchell, 2009-2010 2. 67............................................. Alex Winchell, 2010-11 3. 64.............................................Devin Necaise, 2006-07 64........................................ LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 5. 59............................................. Paris Leonard, 2008-09 6. 56.............................................Devin Necaise, 2005-06 56...................................................Kitty Allen, 1994-95 8. 53......................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 9. 52................................................. Jessica Hall, 2007-08 10. 51........................................ LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 3-pt. field goals attempted 1. 202....................................... Alex Winchell, 2009-2010 2. 193........................................... Alex Winchell, 2010-11 3. 189...........................................Devin Necaise, 2005-06 4. 184...........................................Devin Necaise, 2006-07 5. 175...........................................Paris Leonard, 2008-09 6. 171....................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 7. 152...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 8. 150............................................... Jessica Hall, 2007-08 9. 149............................................Tamika Butler, 2005-06 10. 146........................................... Alex Winchell, 2008-09 146.................................................Kitty Allen, 1994-95 3-pt. field goal percentage (min. 20 made) 1. .500 .......................... (10-20) by Kori Gourley, 1989-90 2. .469 ................. (30-64) by Tamika Whitmore, 1998-99 3. .421..................(64-152) by LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 4. .414 ...............(29-70) by Rhonda Lauderdale, 1987-88 5. .405.......................(15-37) by Patosha Jeffery, 1996-97 .405..................(51-126) by LaTonya Johnson, 1997-98 7. .402..................(47-117) by LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 8. .389 .......................... (14-36) by Kori Gourley, 1988-89 9. .385............................. (25-65) Jazmyn Green, 2006-07 10. .373 ....................(19-51) by Heather Newlon, 1995-96 T H R EE-POI N T CAR EER 3-pt. field goals made 1. 214....................................... Alex Winchell, 2007-2011 2. 207...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 3. 180.......................................Devin Necaise, 2004-2007 4. 160....................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-2009 5. 152.................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-97 6. 137........................................Tamika Butler, 2002-2006 7. 131......................................... Kelly Herron, 1995-2001 8. 112...............................Nicole Dickson, 2009-present 9. 72.........................................Raven Rogers, 2001-2005 10. 71...................................... Lauren Jackson, 1998-2002

3-pt. field goals attempted 1. 638....................................... Alex Winchell, 2007-2011 2. 550.......................................Devin Necaise, 2004-2007 3. 525...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 4. 492....................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-2009 5. 456.................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-97 6. 430......................................... Kelly Herron, 1997-2001 7. 427........................................Tamika Butler, 2002-2006 8. 343...............................Nicole Dickson, 2009-present 9. 272..................................... Lauren Jackson, 1998-2002 10. 258........................................Raven Rogers, 2001-2005 3-pt. field goal percentage. (min. 20 made) 1. .417.............................................Kori Gourley, 1987-90 2. .414 ................................ Rhonda Lauderdale, 1987-88 3. .394..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 4. .385......................................Jazmyn Green, 2006-2007 5. .383 ........................................... Kim Gilchrist, 1987-88 6. .372....................................Aroha Jennings, 2006-2008 7. .368....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 8. .366......................................Heather Newlon, 1993-97 9. .342..............................................Niki Bolden, 1994-97 10. .340.......................................Yolanda Reed, 1997-2000 R EB OUN DS rebounds - game 1. 25................... Regina Street vs. Southern Miss, 3/5/85 2. 24.................. Lynn Enzweiller vs. Blue Mountain, 1975 3. 23.................................. Linda Street vs. UALR, 11/5/78 4. 22.................... Regina Street vs. Virginia Tech, 1/19/85 5. 21..................... Diane Gray vs. Southern Miss, 2/13/01 21............................ Linda Street vs. Arkansas, 2/17/81 7. 20............................. Melissa Abraham at USF, 1/28/01 20...........................Regina Street at Louisville, 1/20/85 20........................... Phyllis Vaughn at Louisville, 1/5/87 rebounds - season 1. 438 ......................................... Lynn Enzweiler, 1974-75 2. 390 ............................................. Linda Street, 1977-78 3. 388 ............................................. Linda Street, 1976-77 4. 370 ............................................. Linda Street, 1978-79 5. 367 ........................................... Regina Street, 1984-85 6. 339.............................................. Jasmine Lee, 2011-12 7. 328............................................ Regina Street, 1983-84 328..............................................Kim Duppins, 1983-84 9. 327............................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 10. 305.............................................. Linda Street, 1980-81 rebounds - career 1. 1452 ................................ Linda Street, 1976-79, 80-81 2. 1277 ......................................... Regina Street, 1981-85 3. 1163 ...........................................Kim Duppins, 1978-82 4. 952.................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 5. 926.......................................Keeta Matthews, 1992-96 6. 834 ............................ Linda McKinnie, 1977-79, 81-82 7. 746......................................... Lynn Enzweiler, 1974-76 8. 713.................................. Ashley Thornton, 2006-2009 9. 686......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 10. 685................................. Melissa Abraham, 1998-2002 R EB OUN DI N G AVE RA G E rebounds average - season 1. 12.20 ....................................... Regina Street, 1984-85 2. 11.53...................................... Lynn Enzweiler, 1974-75 3. 11.41 ..................................... Lynn Enzweiler, 1975-76 4. 11.21 ......................................... Linda Street, 1978-79 5. 10.90 ....................................... Regina Street, 1983-84 6. 10.60......................................... Kim Duppins, 1980-81 7. 10.3............................................ Jasmine Lee, 2011-12 8. 10.20........................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 10.20.......................................... Linda Street, 1980-81 10. 9.9..................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 9.9........................................Wanda Simpson, 1983-84 rebounds average - career 1. 11.5 ....................................... Lynn Enzweiler, 1974-76 2. 10.6 ................................ Linda Street, 1976-79, 80-81 3. 10.6 ......................................... Regina Street, 1981-85 4. 9.2............................................. Jasmine Lee, 2010-12 9.2 ............................................ Kim Duppins, 1978-82 6. 8.9 .......................................... Phillis Vaughn, 1985-87

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 7. 8.2.....................................Ashley Howard, 2005-2006 8. 7.8.................................. Ashley Thornton, 2006-2009 ASSI STS assists - game 1 . 15 ....... Diane Jones vs. East Tennessee State, 2/12/82 15 ........................ Diane Jones vs. UT Martin, 12/3/82 15 .............. Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Cincinnati, 2/27/84 15 ..................Cathy Williams vs. Virginia Tech, 3/4/85 5. 14................Alex Winchell vs. Southern Miss, 1/30/11 14 ....................................Diane Jones vs. UAB, 2/6/82 14 .............. Cathy Williams vs. Alcorn State, 12/15/84 8. 13............... Six different players, last by Kim Gilchrist .............................. vs. Eastern Washington,12/2/88 assists - season 1. 275 ..............................................Cindy Scott, 1974-75 2. 263 ............................................ Diane Jones, 1981-82 3. 221 ............................................ Diane Jones, 1982-83 4. 206 ..........................................Kathy Barnett, 1976-77 5. 182............................................ Nicole Murry, 1995-96 6. 176.........................................Cathy Williams, 1984-85 7. 166............................................ Nicole Murry, 1996-97 8. 164............................................ Nicole Murry, 1994-95 9. 153................................. Rhonda Lauderdale, 1987-88 10. 147........................................... Marcia Monk, 1980-81 assists - career 1. 608............................................ Nicole Murry, 1993-97 2. 515 .......................................... Marcia Monk, 1978-82 3. 484 ............................................ Diane Jones, 1981-83 4. 398........................................... Yolanda Reed, 1997-00 5. 384.......................................Alex Winchell, 2007-2011 6. 374....................................... Tamika Butler, 2002-2006 7. 360 ..........................................Kathy Barnett, 1976-78 8. 349 ........................................ Connie Hibbler, 1984-88 9. 336...................................... Tiffany Collins, 1997-2001 10. 326................................................ Kitty Allen, 1993-97 assist average - season 1. 8.48 ........................................... Diane Jones, 1981-83 2. 7.23 .............................................Cindy Scott, 1974-75 3. 6.91 ........................................... Diane Jones, 1982-83 4. 6.10........................................... Nicole Murry, 1994-95 5. 5.90........................................... Nicole Murry, 1995-96 5.90........................................Cathy Williams, 1984-85 7. 5.77.........................................LaToya Bullard, 2007-08 8. 5.7........................................... Nicole Murray, 1996-97 9. 5.4............................................ Marcia Monk, 1980-81 10. 5.1.................................. Rhonda Lauderdale, 1987-88 assist average - career 1. 7.68 ........................................... Diane Jones, 1981-83 2. 5.29........................................... Nicole Murry, 1993-97 3. 5.20 .......................................Cathy Williams, 1983-85 4. 4.93 .........................................Kathy Barnett, 1976-78 5. 4.92.....................................LaToya Bullard, 2007-2010 6. 4.51 ......................................... Marcia Monk, 1978-82 ST E A LS steals - game 1. 11................... LaShanya Garner vs. Missouri, 12/17/91 2. 10................................. Kim Duppins vs. MUW, 12/2/80 10...........Rhonda Lauderdale vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 10......................Kalara McFadyen vs. Charlotte, 2/3/02 5. 9....................... Brittany Carter vs. UT Martin, 12/4/11 9............................... Princess Swilley at USM, 1/17/03 7. 8, ............. 12 different players, last Nicole Dickson at ........................................Missouri State (3/17/12) steals - season 1. 97 ...........................................Linda McKinnie, 1978-79 2. 96.......................................Ramses Lonlack, 2009-2010 3. 96 ...............................................Betty Booker, 1976-77 4. 95................................................ Kim Duppins, 1980-81 5. 93................................................. Diane Jones, 1981-82 6. 90.........................................Kalara McFadyen, 2001-02 7. 83.......................................... Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 8. 81............................................Linda McKinnie, 1981-82 81....................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 10. 80...........................................Yolanda Reed, 1999-2000

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ames started - career * g 1. 123.................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2008-2012 2. 116.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 3. 115................................................. Kitty Allen, 1993-97 115........................................Keeta Matthews, 1992-96 5. 104....................................... Heather Newlon, 1993-97 6. 103............................................ Regina Street, 1981-85 7. 96............................................. Wanda Dillard, 1984-88 8. 95............................................ Connie Hibbler, 1984-88 9. 92....................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 10. 90....................................... Shannon Hamp, 1999-2003 90.................................................. Vera Webb, 1982-86 MI N UT ES PL AY E D* minutes played - season * 1. 1190.............................................Diane Jones, 1982-93 2. 1142........................................ Cathy Williams, 1983-84 3. 1122..................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 4. 1057.............................................Diane Jones, 1981-82 5. 1037..................................... Ashley Thornton, 2008-09 6. 1026...................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2010-11 7. 1022.......................................... Alex Winchell, 2010-11 8. 1005............................................Jasmine Lee, 2011-12 9. 1003......................................... Devin Necaise, 2005-06 10. 998....................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 minutes played - career * 1. 3958.................................. Ramses Lonlack, 2008-2012 2. 3520.....................................LaTonya Johnson, 1994-98 3. 3421........................................ Connie Hibbler, 1984-88 4. 3406............................................... Kitty Allen, 1993-97 5. 3405......................................Keeta Matthews, 1992-96 6. 3338...................................... Alex Winchell, 2007-2011 7. 3235................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1995-99 8. 3230....................................... Princess Swilley, 2000-04 9. 3192......................................... Devin Necaise, 2003-07 10. 3092......................................... Wanda Dillard, 1984-88 * Records from 1979-80 season to current


CLASS RECORDS F R E SH M AN SI NGLE GAM E Minutes Played 1. 40............Ramses Lonlack at Mississippi St., 12/14/08 40...............Candy Hudson at Southern Miss, 1/26/85 40..................Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Louisville, 2/9/84 40....................Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Tulane, 2/16/84 40............ Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Florida State, 3/2/84 40.........Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. South Carolina, 3/6/84 7. 39................ LaTonya Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 3/19/95 39..................................... Kitty Allen vs. UAB, 3/12/94 39......................... Keeta Matthews vs. Tulane, 1/2/93 39..................Connie Hibbler vs. Virginia Tech, 3/4/85 39......... Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. No. 1 La Tech, 2/11/84 39.................... Wanda Simpson vs. Oregon, 11/26/82 39.......................... Felicia Sparks vs. Tulane, 12/18/79 Field Goals Made 1. 14.......................... LaTonya Johnson vs. UAB, 1/14/95 2. 13.......................... Tamika Whitmore vs. SIU, 1/16/96 13..................Keeta Matthews, vs. Marquette, 1/9/93 13.................Keeta Matthews vs. Saint Louis, 1/28/93 13.......................Regina Street vs. Cincinnati, 2/27/82 6. 12............................Keeta Matthews vs. UCF, 12/5/92 7. 11............................ Princess Swilley vs. UAB, 1/14/01 11 ........... Tamika Whitmore vs. New Orleans, 2/12/96 11.................LaTonya Johnson vs. Kentucky, 12/19/94 11......................Keeta Matthews vs. Stetson, 12/4/92 11................Keeta Matthews vs. UT Martin, 12/11/92 11..............Keeta Matthews vs. Oral Roberts, 1/22/93 11..........................Wanda Simpson vs. Tulane, 1/6/83 11....................Felicia Sparks vs. Ohio State, 11/23/79 Field Goals Attempted 1. 26.................. Paris Leonard vs. Austin Peay, 11/25/05 2. 25.......................Regina Street vs. Cincinnati, 2/27/82 3. 24..................................... Kitty Allen vs. UAB, 3/12/94 24...................Keeta Matthews vs. Marquette, 1/9/93 5. 23................ LaTonya Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 3/19/95 6. 22......................LaTonya Johnson vs. DePaul, 1/29/95 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 made) 1. 1.000.........(7-7) Regan Fedric vs. Marquette, 3/11/94 1.000 .......... (5-5) Savannah Ellis at Marshall, 2/21/08 1.000...... (5-5) Shannon Hamp vs. Cincinnati, 1/28/00 1.000................. (5-5) Shannon Hamp vs. UAB, 2/6/00 4. .917.............(11-12) Princess Swilley vs. UAB, 1/14/01 5. .909................ (10-11) Malissa Bush vs. SIU, 11/23/98 6. .909... (10-11) Heather Newlon vs. Marquette, 2/3/94 7. .889.(8-9) Tamika Whitmore vs. Alabama St., 12/1/95 8. .875........... (7-8) Malissa Bush vs. Wisconsin, 3/20/99 9. .875..(7-8) Regina Street at Mississippi State, 1/20/82 10. .857.(6-7) LaTonya Johnson vs. SE Louisiana, 12/31/94 .857................... (6-7) Wanda Dillard vs. UAB, 12/7/84 .857......... (6-7) Regina Street vs. Kansas State, 1/5/82 Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 6.........................Paris Leonard vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 6................................Kelly Herron vs. Tulane, 1/11/98 3. 5..................... Paris Leonard vs. Mississippi, 12/16/05 5.....................................Kelly Herron vs. USF, 2/28/98 5.................. LaTonya Johnson vs. Marquette, 3/11/95 6. 4................ 11 times, Most recently Alex Winchell vs. . .......................................................Belmont, 12/14/07 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 11................ LaTonya Johnson vs. Marquette, 3/11/95 2. 10.......................Paris Leonard vs. Ole Miss, 12/16/05 3. 9.........................Alex Winchell vs. Belmont, 12/14/07 9................................. Paris Leonard at Tulsa, 1/15/06 9...........................Devin Necaise vs. Louisville, 3/5/04 9....................Devin Necaise at Southern Miss, 2/2/04 9.............................. Raven Rogers vs. Tulane, 1/11/02 8. 8............. 9 times, last Alex Winchell at UTEP, 1/20/08 T hree-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 4 Made) 1. 1.000... (4-4) LaTonya Johnson vs. Kentucky, 12/19/94 2. .857........... (6-7) Paris Leonard vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 3. .833....................... (5-6) Kelly Herron vs. USF, 2/28/98 4. .800......... (4-5) LaTonya Johnson vs. Cal Poly, 12/3/94 .800................... (4-5) Kim Gilchrist vs. Detroit, 1/9/88 .800........ (4-5) Kim Gilchrist vs. Florida State, 2/13/88 7. .750.................. (6-8) Kelly Herron vs. Tulane, 1/11/98

8. .667.....................(4-6) Paris Leonard vs. UTEP, 2/6/06 .667 ..............(4-6) Kitty Allen vs. Mississippi, 12/7/93 .667.......... (4-6) Devin Necaise at Montana, 12/29/03 Free-Throws Made 1. 14.......................Keeta Matthews vs. DePaul, 1/11/93 2. 13..................... Victoria Crawford vs. UMass, 12/9/01 3. 11................... Kitty Allen vs. Mississippi State, 3/1/94 11...........................Kitty Allen vs. Marquette, 3/11/94 5. 9............................... Ramses Lonlack at Rice, 1/16/09 6. 8.....................Tamika Whitmore vs. Louisville, 3/1/96 8......................... LaTonya Johnson vs. SMU, 12/10/94 8..............................Kitty Allen vs. Cincinnati, 2/26/94 8............................... Kitty Allen vs. Kentucky, 12/4/93 8...................Keeta Matthews vs. Marquette, 3/12/93 Free-Throws Attempted 1. 18.......................Keeta Matthews vs. DePaul, 1/11/93 2. 15..................... Victoria Crawford vs. UMass, 12/9/01 3. 14...........................Kitty Allen vs. Marquette, 3/11/94 4. 13.....Shekeira Copeland vs. Alabama A&M, 11/28/07 13................... Kitty Allen vs. Mississippi State, 3/1/94 6. 12...................Keeta Matthews vs. Marquette, 1/9/93 12.................... Felicia Sparks at Mississippi, 11/28/79 8. 11............................ Ramses Lonlack at Rice, 1/16/09 11..........................Felicia Sparks vs. Kansas, 11/22/79 10. 10........... Victoria Crawford vs. North Texas, 11/17/01 10...................Tamika Whitmore vs. Louisville, 3/1/96 10................... LaTonya Johnson vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 10.................Keeta Matthews vs. Marquette, 3/12/93 10......... Candy Hudson vs. Tennessee State, 11/26/84 10............................ Regina Street vs. Tulane, 1/16/82 Free-Throw Percentage (Min. 5 made) 1. 1.000......(7-7) Shannon Hamp vs. Alabama, 12/29/99 1.000.............(7-7) Kitty Allen vs. Mississippi, 12/7/93 1.000..................... (7-7) Kitty Allen vs. DePaul, 2/5/94 1.000....... (6-6) Ramses Lonlack at Miss. St., 12/14/08 1.000.......(6-6) Devin Necaise vs. Saint Louis, 2/27/04 1.000........... (6-6) Raven Rogers at Saint Louis, 1/6/02 1.000....... (6-6) Malissa Bush vs. St. Francis, 11/27/98 1.000.. (6-6) Melissa Abraham vs. UT Martin, 3/14/99 1.000.............(6-6) Tamika Whitmore vs. SIU, 1/16/96 1.000........(6-6) Connie Hibbler at Florida St., 2/27/86 1.000......... (5-5) Nicole Dickson vs. Indiana, 11/13/09 1.000....... (6-6) Felicia Sparks vs. Tenn. Tech, 1/26/80 1.000.....(5-5) Shannon Hamp vs. Marquette, 1/23/00 1.000....... (5-5) Dwelia Smith vs. Cal Poly Slo, 12/3/94 Offensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 10.................. Paris Leonard vs. Austin Peay, 11/25/05 2. 8............................. Nicole Dickson at Tulane, 2/18/10 8..............Hope Adams vs. No. 24 Arkansas, 12/18/06 8.....................Keeta Matthews vs. Marquette, 1/9/93 5. 7..................... Shannon Hamp vs. Arkansas, 12/19/99 7...........................Malissa Bush vs. Loiusville, 1/22/99 7.........................Malissa Bush vs. Wisconsin, 3/29/99 7.............................. Keeta Matthews vs. UCF, 12/5/92 7........................... Keeta Matthews vs. Tulane, 1/2/93 Defensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 13...................LaTonya Johnson vs. UT Martin, 2/2/95 2. 10.....................Sherika Montgomery at UAB, 1/20/06 10...................... Tamika Whitmore vs. DePaul, 3/3/96 10.................Heather Newlon vs. Saint Louis, 2/19/94 10................... LaTonya Johnson vs. Gonzaga, 12/2/94 6. 9.............................Kitty Allen vs. Marquette, 3/11/94 9.................................. Kitty Allen vs. Dayton, 1/27/94 9............................. Keeta Matthews vs. UAB, 3/11/93 9.................LaShanya Garner vs. Virginia Tech, 1/5/91 9............... Regina Street vs. Grand View St., 11/29/81 Total Rebounds 1. 18.......................Regina Street vs. Cincinnati, 2/27/82 2. 16..........................Wanda Simpson vs. Tulane, 1/6/83 16..................................Regina Street vs. UAB, 2/6/82 4. 15........................... Nicole Dickson at Tulane, 2/18/10 15...................LaTonya Johnson vs. UT Martin, 2/2/95 15.....Wanda Simpson at No. 1 Louisiana Tech, 2/7/83 15.................... Felicia Sparks vs. UT Martin, 11/19/79

8. 14...................Keeta Matthews vs. Marquette, 1/9/93 14........................... Keeta Matthews vs. UAB, 3/11/93 Assists 1. 15.............. Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Cincinnati, 2/27/84 2. 10............ Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Florida State, 3/2/84 3. 9.................... Se’erra Fantroy at East Carolina, 2/3/07 9.......... Tamika Butler at Middle Tennessee, 12/19/02 9............ Candy Hudson vs. Mississippi State, 12/4/84 9....... Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Eastern Illinois, 11/27/83 9......................Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Tulane, 2/16/84 8. 8............ Alex Winchell vs. Tennessee State, 11/23/07 8............ Tamika Butler vs. Tennessee State, 11/29/02 8...................Tiffany Collins vs. Southern Miss, 2/8/98 8................. Candy Hudson vs. Alcorn State, 12/15/84 8............Connie Hibbler vs. Mississippi State, 12/4/84 Turnovers 1. 11........................ Tamika Butler at Charlotte, 1/31/03 2. 10................. Nicole Murray vs. Santa Clara, 12/30/94 3. 9......................Se’erra Fantroy vs. Kentucky, 12/30/06 9....................Freda Fields vs. Louisiana Tech, 1/20/89 4. 7......... Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir at Southern Miss, 2/17/11 7.......................... Jessica Hall vs. Centenary, 11/26/04 7.........................Malissa Bush vs. Tennessee, 2/16/99 7................... Heather Newlon vs. UT Martin, 2/14/94 7...................... Freda Fields at South Carolina, 1/7/89 7..........................Freda Fields at Florida State, 1/9/89 7....................Freda Fields vs. Southern Miss, 1/23/89 7.................Candy Hudson at Louisiana Tech, 12/8/84 7...................... Ruth Ann Forsythe vs. Indiana, 1/5/84 7....................Ruth Ann Forsythe at Cincinnati, 3/5/84 Blocks 1. 8........ Regina Street at East Tennessee State, 2/12/82 2. 6............... Regina Street at Mississippi State, 1/20/82 3. 5....................Alysse Davis vs. Southern Miss, 2/15/07 5..... Melissa Abraham vs. Middle Tennessee, 3/11/99 5.....................Carla Duncan at Southern Miss, 2/8/86 5..............Regina Street vs. Western Illinois, 11/27/81 5.............. Regina Street at Austin Peay State, 12/7/81 8. 4............... Regina Street vs. Grand View St., 11/29/81 4................ Regina Street vs. Mississippi St., 12/19/81 4................... Regina Street at Chattanooga, 12/31/81 4........................... Regina Street at Kentucky, 1/31/82 4....................................Regina Street vs. UAB, 2/6/82 Steals 1. 8..................................Jazmyn Green vs. Tulsa, 1/7/07 8.......................... Princess Swilley at UMKC, 12/20/00 8...................Kitty Allen vs. Middle Tennessee, 1/5/94 8............................. Kitty Allen vs. UT Martin, 2/14/94 8......................... Kitty Allen vs. Mississippi St., 3/1/94 6. 7..................Keeta Matthews vs. UT Martin, 12/11/92 7. 6....... Ramses Lonlack vs. Stephen F. Austin, 11/29/08 6.............................Kitty Allen vs. Marquette, 3/11/94 6............ Candy Hudson vs. Mississippi State, 12/4/84 6............. Ruth Ann Forsythe at Virginia Tech, 1/21/84 6........................... Felicia Sparks at Arkansas, 2/12/80 Points 1. 33.......................Regina Street vs. Cincinnati, 2/27/82 2. 32.......................... Tamika Whitmore vs. SIU, 1/16/96 32..................Keeta Matthews, vs. Marquette, 1/9/93 4. 31.................LaTonya Johnson vs. Kentucky, 12/19/94 5. 30.......................... LaTonya Johnson vs. UAB, 1/14/95 6. 29...........................Kitty Allen vs. Marquette, 3/11/94 29.................Keeta Matthews vs. Saint Louis, 1/28/93 8. 27....................... LaTonya Johnson vs. SMU, 12/10/94 27............................Kitty Allen vs. Cincinnati, 2/26/94 27............................Keeta Matthews vs. UCF, 12/5/92 11. 26.................. Paris Leonard vs. Austin Peay, 11/25/05 26................... Kitty Allen vs. Mississippi State, 3/1/94 26..............Keeta Matthews vs. Oral Roberts, 1/22/93 14. 25.......................Paris Leonard vs. Clemson, 11/26/05 25................... Paris Leonard vs. Mississippi, 12/16/05 25........... Tamika Whitmore vs. New Orleans, 2/12/96 25.......................... Kitty Allen vs. Mississippi, 12/7/93 25.................Kitty Allen vs. Middle Tennessee, 1/5/94 25......................Keeta Matthews vs. Stetson, 12/4/92 25................Keeta Matthews vs. UT Martin, 12/11/92

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Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 3. 173...........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 4. 167................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 5. 156...........................................Felicia Sparks, 1979-80 6. 145....................................... Princess Swilley, 2000-01 7. 144........................................... Malissa Bush, 1998-99 8. 126........................................ Connie Hibbler, 1984-85 9. 124.....................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010 10. 123.......................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-06 Field Goals Attempted 1. 421..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 2. 386...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 3. 374................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 4. 344...........................................Felicia Sparks, 1979-80 5. 326.......................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-06 6. 294........................................ Connie Hibbler, 1984-85 7. 283........................................... Malissa Bush, 1998-99 8. 280.....................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010 9. 276...........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 10. 271.........................................Candy Hudson, 1984-85 271...................................... Wanda Simpson, 1982-83 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 50 made) 1. .627..........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 2. .578...................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-96 3. .555...........................................Regan Fedric, 1993-94 4. .545.................................Shanna Humphries, 1995-96 5. .536.....................................Heather Newlon, 1993-94 6. .527.................................. Shannon Hamp, 1999-2000 7. .509.......................................... Malissa Bush, 1998-99 8. .500.......................................... Dwelia Smith, 1994-95 9. .496.................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 10. .491.................................. Jennifer Shepherd, 1993-94 Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 47....................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 2. 43............................................ Paris Leonard, 2005-06 3. 42........................................... Devin Necaise, 2004-05 4. 36.............................................. Kelly Herron, 1997-98 5. 32..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 6. 30............................................ Alex Winchell, 2007-08 7. 29...............................................Alysse Davis, 2006-07 8. 28..............................................Kim Gilchrist, 1987-88 9. 25............................................Jazmyn Green, 2006-07 10. 23.......................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 119.......................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-06 2. 117............................................ Kelly Herron, 1997-98 117..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 4. 97............................................ Alex Winchell, 2007-08 5. 92...............................................Alysse Davis, 2006-07 6. 88..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 7. 76..............................................Kim Gilchrist, 1987-88 8. 70.......................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010 9. 69.......................................... 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6. .361......................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-06 7. .353............................................Freda Fields, 1988-89 8. .350.............................................Niki Bolden, 1994-95 9. .341........................................ Devin Necaise, 2003-04 10. .329....................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010 Free-Throws Made 1. 104...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 2. 101................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 3. 70.........................................Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 4. 68...................................... Tamika Whitmore,1995-96 68.............................................Regina Street, 1981-82 6. 67.............................................Felicia Sparks, 1979-80 7. 64....................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 8. 58............................................... Robin Jones, 2006-07 9. 57...................................... Victoria Crawford, 2001-02 10. 56..................................... Shannon Hamp, 1999-2000 Free-Throws Attempted 1. 150...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 2. 131................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 3. 110...........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 4. 101....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-96 5. 100.......................................Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 6. 98.............................................Felicia Sparks, 1979-80 7. 91....................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 8. 90..................................... Shannon Hamp, 1999-2000 9. 89............................................... Robin Jones, 2006-07 10. 80........................................ Wanda Simpson, 1982-83 Free-Throw Percentage (Min. 10 made) 1. .793.......................................Lauren Jackson, 1998-99 2. .787................................ Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, 2010-11 3. .784........................................ Devin Necaise, 2003-04 4. .783...........................................Kim Gilchrist, 1987-88 5. .780.................................. Jennifer Shepherd, 1993-94 6. .771...............................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 7. .765....................................... Se’erra Fantroy, 2006-07 8. .750..........................................Carla Duncan, 1985-86 9. .738............................................. Jessica Hall, 2004-05 10. .733............................................Alysse Davis, 2006-07 .733....................................... Ranee Fletcher, 1980-81 Offensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 100...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 2. 77.............................................Regina Street, 1981-82 3. 74.........................................Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 74........................................Heather Newlon, 1993-94 5. 63..............................................Regan Fedric, 1993-94 6. 62.......................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010 7. 58............................................ Paris Leonard, 2005-06 58..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 9. 57...................................... Melissa Abraham, 1998-99 10. 56..............................................Raquel Perry, 1989-90 Defensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 194...........................................Felicia Sparks, 1979-80 2. 178...........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 3. 165...................................... Wanda Simpson, 1982-83 4. 150...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 5. 129..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 6. 121.......................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-06 7. 118......................................Heather Newlon, 1993-94 8. 108........................................... Malissa Bush, 1998-99 9. 104....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-96 10. 103................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 Total Rebounds 1. 255...........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 2. 217...................................... Wanda Simpson, 1982-83 3. 214...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 4. 212...........................................Felicia Sparks, 1979-80 5. 192......................................Heather Newlon, 1993-94 6. 184..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 7. 161.......................................Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 161........................................... Malissa Bush, 1998-99 161................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 10. 155.....................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010

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Assists 1. 101.................................. Ruth Ann Forsythe, 1983-84 2. 96.......................................... Se’erra Fantroy, 2006-07 96............................................. Nicole Murry, 1993-94 4. 77............................................ Tamika Butler, 2001-02 5. 71...............................................Freda Fields, 1988-89 6. 67..............................................Kim Gilchrist, 1987-88 67...........................................Candy Hudson, 1984-85 8. 63..................................... Jennifer Shepherd, 1993-94 9. 62................................................. Dena Love, 1991-92 10. 59............................................ Alex Winchell, 2007-08 Turnovers 1. 111........................................... Nicole Murry, 1993-94 2. 101.................................. Ruth Ann Forsythe, 1983-84 3. 99.......................................... Se’erra Fantroy, 2006-07 4. 95...............................................Freda Fields, 1988-89 5. 80..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 6. 77............................................ Tamika Butler, 2002-03 7. 76.........................................Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 8. 73............................................ Alex Winchell, 2007-08 73................................................. Dena Love, 1991-92 10. 71........................................... Devin Necaise, 2003-04 71........................................ Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 Blocks 1. 68.............................................Regina Street, 1981-82 2. 29...................................... Melissa Abraham, 1998-99 3. 19.............................................Carla Duncan, 1985-86 4. 18............................................Savannah Ellis, 2007-08 5. 16...............................................Alysse Davis, 2006-07 16............................................Megan Gooch, 2003-04 7. 15..............................................Regan Fedric, 1993-94 8. 14..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 14........................................ Wanda Simpson, 1982-83 10. 12..................................... Jennifer Shepherd, 1993-94 Steals 1. 86....................................... Tamika Rogers, 1999-2000 2. 81..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 3. 73....................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 4. 65.........................................Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 5. 61...........................................Candy Hudson, 1984-85 6. 60........................................ Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 7. 49.................................................Marie Reid, 2004-05 8. 45............................................ Paris Leonard, 2005-06 45...............................................Freda Fields, 1988-89 10. 44..................................... Jennifer Shepherd, 1993-94 Fouls 1. 121...........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 2. 98..................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 3. 97........................................ Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 4. 96...................................... Melissa Abraham, 1998-99 5. 88..................................... Shannon Hamp, 1999-2000 6. 86.........................................Ramses Lonlack, 2008-09 7. 85........................................ Wanda Simpson, 1982-83 8. 84...............................................Freda Fields, 1988-89 9. 82......................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-96 10. 81....................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 Points 1. 529..................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1994-95 2. 478...................................... Keeta Matthews, 1992-93 3. 467................................................Kitty Allen, 1993-94 4. 414...........................................Regina Street, 1981-82 5. 379...........................................Felicia Sparks, 1979-80 6. 334.......................................... Paris Leonard, 2005-06 7. 325........................................... Malissa Bush, 1998-99 8. 312....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1995-96 9. 302.....................................Nicole Dickson, 2009-2010 10. 291........................................ Connie Hibbler, 1984-85 SOPH OMOR E SI N GL E G A M E Minutes Played 1. 41............................LaToya Bullard vs. UAPB, 12/28/07 41.............................. LaToya Bullard vs. Toledo, 1/4/08 3. 40.................. LaToya Bullard vs. East Carolina, 1/12/08 40................... LaToya Bullard at East Carolina, 2/23/08 40.................................LaToya Bullard vs. Tulsa, 3/6/08 40............................... Princess Swilley at UAB, 2/22/02 40.....................Connie Hibbler at Virginia Tech, 1/6/86


CLASS RECORDS 40.......................... Connie Hibbler vs. Missouri, 1/9/86 40.................... Connie Hibbler vs. Mississippi, 1/22/86 40..................Connie Hibbler vs. Florida State, 2/22/86 Field Goals Made 1. 16............ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento St., 11/27/09 2. 15.........Tamika Whitmore vs. Mississippi St., 12/13/96 15........... LaTonya Johnson at Mississippi St., 12/29/95 15.............Keeta Matthews vs. Murray State, 12/11/93 15......................... Regina Street at UT Martin, 12/9/82 15............................ Regina Street vs. Illinois, 12/30/82 7. 14........................Brittany Carter at Missouri, 11/18/09 14.....................Keeta Matthews at Cincinnati, 1/29/94 9. 13........... Tamika Whitmore at Southern Miss, 1/12/97 13.....................Tamika Whitmore at Houston, 2/21/97 13.......................... Connie Hibbler vs. Missouri, 1/9/86 Field Goals Attempted 1. 28....................... Brittany Carter at Missouri, 11/18/09 28............ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento St., 11/27/09 3. 25...............Brittany Carter at South Alabama, 12/9/09 4. 24...................Brittany Carter at East Carolina, 1/30/10 5. 23............... Brittany Carter vs. Southern Miss, 2/12/10 6. 23........... LaTonya Johnson at Mississippi St., 12/20/95 23.................. Keeta Matthews vs. Saint Louis, 1/31/94 8. 22........................ Brittany Carter vs. Indiana, 11/13/09 22..................Brittany Carter vs. East Carolina, 2/27/10 22..................... LaTonya Johnson at Charlotte, 1/12/96 22...................... LaTonya Johnson at Cincinnati, 2/2/96 22..............LaTonya Johnson vs. Southern Miss, 3/2/96 22............................... Vera Webb vs. Louisville, 2/9/84 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 made) 1. 1.000...........(6-6) Regan Fedric vs. Saint Louis, 1/11/95 1.000.......... (6-6) Nicole Murry vs. Saint Louis, 1/11/95 1.000..............(5-5) Savannah Ellis vs. Marshall, 3/5/09 4. .923...(12-13) Heather Newlon vs. Marquette, 3/11/95 5. .909............ (10-11) Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 1/10/96 6. .900................. (9-10) Regina Street at Tulane, 2/22/83 7. .889.... (8-9) Yolanda Reed vs. Youngstown St., 3/13/98 8. .875............. (7-8) Michelle Winrow vs. Detroit, 1/9/88 .875......(7-8) Michelle Winrow vs. S. Carolina, 3/12/88 10. .857................. (12-14) LaToya Bullard vs. Tulsa, 3/6/08 .857.........(12-14) LaTonya Johnson vs. Tulane, 1/28/96 .857....... (6-7) Shannon Hamp vs. E. Kentucky, 12/1/00 .857... (6-7) Tamika Whitmore vs. UT Martin, 11/29/96 .857.........(6-7) LaShanya Garner at Alcorn St., 12/3/91 Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 6...................... Tamika Butler vs. Mississippi, 11/29/03 2. 5............13 times, last Alex Winchell at Southern Miss, . ..........................................................................2/28/09 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 12........................ Tamika Butler vs. Ole Miss, 11/29/03 2. 11.............. Tamika Butler at Tennessee Tech, 11/24/03 3. 10............................ Nicole Dickson at Tulane, 1/20/11 10...............................Nicole Dickson vs. SMU, 2/24/11 10.......................Tamika Butler at Austin Peay, 12/3/03 10...... LaTonya Johnson at Stephen F. Austin, 12/16/95 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 4 Made) 1. .833...(5-6) Alex Winchell at Tennessee Tech, 12/30/08 .833.......... (5-6) Patosha Jeffrey at St. John’s, 12/29/96 .833................ (5-6) Kitty Allen at Tennessee, 11/26/94 4. .800....(4-5) Nicole Dickson vs. Southern Miss, 1/30/11 .800.............(4-5) Nicole Dickson vs. Marshall, 1/26/11 .800....... (4-5) LaTonya Johnson at Mississippi, 12/5/95 7. .714...... (5-7) Alex Winchell at Southern Miss, 2/28/09 .714....... (5-7) LaTonya Johnson at Alcorn St., 11/24/95 .714................ (5-7) LaTonya Johnson at LSU, 11/25/95 Free-Throws Made 1. 15............ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento St., 11/27/09 15..................... Victoria Crawford vs. Louisville, 3/2/03 3. 12................ Tamika Whitmore vs. Marquette, 1/24/97 12.....................Tamika Whitmore at Houston, 2/21/97 5. 11............................... Kitty Allen vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 11................................ Kitty Allen at UT Martin, 2/2/95 Free-Throws Attempted 1. 20............ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento St., 11/27/09 2. 17..................... Victoria Crawford vs. Louisville, 3/2/03

3. 16.....................Tamika Whitmore at Houston, 2/21/97 4. 14...............Tamika Whitmore vs. Oklahoma, 12/28/96 14................ Tamika Whitmore vs. Marquette, 1/24/97 14............................... Kitty Allen vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 14................................ Kitty Allen at UT Martin, 2/2/95 14....................Keeta Matthews vs. Cincinnati, 2/26/94

10.............LaToya Bullard vs. Loyola-Chicago, 12/20/07 7. 9............................LaToya Bullard at Marshall, 2/21/08 9.......................... Yolanda Reed at Mississippi, 12/2/97 9................................Yolanda Reed vs. Tulane, 1/11/98 9.................... Ruth Ann Forsythe at Louisville, 1/10/85 9..................................... Kitty Allen at Dayton, 2/10/95

Free-Throw Percentage (Min. 5 made) 1. 1.000.......(10-10) Keeta Matthews vs. Miss. St., 2/9/94 1.000.........(10-10) Keeta Matthews vs. Dayton, 3/9/94 1.000..................(7-7) Paris Leonard vs. UCA, 11/26/06 1.000... (7-7) Tamika Whitmore vs. No. 22 LSU., 1/8/97 1.000........(7-7) Regina Street vs. Minnesota, 11/27/82 1.000...(6-6) Devin Necaise vs. Southern Miss, 1/16/05 1.000...(6-6) Victoria Crawford vs. Miss. State, 12/4/02 1.000 ... (6-6) Princess Swilley vs. East Carolina, 2/1/02 1.000....... (6-6) Patosha Jeffrey at No. 4 Tenn., 12/3/96 1.000....... (6-6) Heather Phillips at St. John’s, 12/29/96 1.000............... (6-6) Heather Phillips at Tulane, 1/5/97 1.000.(6-6) Heather Phillips at Southern Miss, 1/12/97 1.000...............(6-6) Tamika Whitmore vs. UAB, 3/1/97 1.000................ (6-6) LaTonya Johnson vs. UAB, 1/5/96 1.000...........(6-6) Heather Newlon vs. DePaul, 2/19/95 1.000......... (6-6) Java Reynolds vs. Vanderbilt, 2/22/89 1.000...............(6-6) Connie Hibbler at Tulane, 2/10/86 1.000.......(6-6) Regina Street vs. Florida State, 2/26/83 1.000.......(5-5) Shekeira Copeland vs. S. Ala., 12/11/08 1.000..................(5-5) Yolanda Reed vs. UAB, 12/17/97 1.000...(5-5) LaTonya Johnson at Miss. State, 12/20/95 1.000.....................(5-5) Kitty Allen vs. DePaul, 2/19/95 1.000.(5-5) Damita Shazier vs. Southern Miss, 1/23/89 1.000...... (5-5) Wanda Dillard vs. Arkansas St., 12/6/85 Offensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 12.................... Diane Gray vs. McNeese State, 12/2/89 2. 11................... Keeta Matthews vs. UT Martin, 12/1/93 3. 9............ Krishunda Harvey vs. Southern Miss, 2/2/12 4. 9......................................Savannah Ellis at UAB, 2/7/09 9.........................Melissa Abraham vs. DePaul, 1/20/00 6. 8..................Savannah Ellis vs. Wichita State, 11/28/08 7. 8.................Tamika Whitmore vs. Oklahoma, 12/28/96 8...........................Dwelia Smith at Marquette, 1/19/96 9. 7................. Brittany Carter vs. Murray State, 11/15/09 7......... Ramses Lonlack vs. Northwestern St., 12/20/09 7............... Ramses Lonlack vs. Jackson State, 12/28/09 7............. Shekeira Copeland vs. East Carolina, 2/20/09 7................. Ashley Thornton vs. UL Monroe, 11/20/06 7.......Tamika Whitmore vs. Mississippi State, 12/13/96 7..........................Heather Newlon vs. Dayton, 1/20/95 7.................... Heather Newlon vs. Marquette, 3/11/95 7.......................LaShanya Garner at Marquette, 2/6/92

Turnovers 1. 10..............Ashley Thornton vs. UL Monroe (11/20/06) 10...........................Yolanda Reed at Louisville, 1/23/98 10................................Kitty Allen vs. Gonzaga, 12/2/94 10............................ Kitty Allen at New Orleans, 1/2/95 10....................Java Reynolds at Washington, 12/19/88 6. 9...............................Tamika Whitmore at USF, 1/12/97 9................................. Kitty Allen vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 9......................... Nicole Murry at Tennessee, 11/26/94 9. 8........................... Alex Winchell at Ole Miss, 11/21/08 8..................................... Alex Winchell at UCF, 2/26/09 8.....................................LaToya Bullard vs. UCF, 3/1/08 8..........................Devin Necaise at Vanderbilt, 12/1/04 8.............Tamika Butler vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/28/03 8.............................. Yolanda Reed at Charlotte, 1/3/98 8......................... Yolanda Reed vs. Tennessee, 2/12/98 8.......................Keeta Matthews at Cincinnati, 1/29/94 8......................... Connie Hibbler vs. Louisville, 1/18/86 8.....................................Yvette Blue at Illinois, 12/3/83

Defensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 13...........................Shannon Hamp vs. UALR, 12/16/99 2. 12.............LaTonya Johnson at Southern Miss, 2/25/96 12............................ Kitty Allen at New Orleans, 1/2/95 4. 11........... Tamika Whitmore at Southern Miss, 1/31/97 11...................... LaTonya Johnson vs. Louisville, 1/2/96 11...Damita Shazier vs. Mississippi Valley St., 11/20/88 Total Rebounds 1. 19......................... Regina Street at UT Martin, 12/3/82 2. 18...............Regina Street vs. New Hampshire, 1/29/83 3. 17....................... Melissa Abraham vs. UALR, 12/16/99 17..................... Regina Street vs. Minnesota, 11/27/82 5. 16.........Tamika Whitmore vs. Mississippi St., 12/13/96 16.......................... Regina Street vs. Cincinnati, 3/7/83 7. 15.......................Melissa Abraham vs. DePaul, 1/20/00 15...............Tamika Whitmore vs. Oklahoma, 12/28/96 15........... Tamika Whitmore at Southern Miss, 1/31/97 15...................... LaTonya Johnson vs. Louisville, 1/2/96 15............................. Diane Gray vs. McNeese, 12/2/89 15........................Regina Street vs. Southern, 12/18/82 15................Regina Street at Stephen F. Austin, 3/5/83 Assists 1. 13.................................Marcia Monk vs. Baylor, 1/8/80 2. 12...................................LaToya Bullard vs. UCF, 3/1/08 3. 11................... LaToya Bullard at East Carolina, 2/23/08 11..................................Marcia Monk vs. UAB, 2/16/80 5. 10.......Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir at Southern Miss, 1/19/12

Blocks 1. 6................ Regina Street vs. Southern Illinois, 3/17/83 6...................... Regina Street vs. Oral Roberts, 3/18/83 3. 5................ Melissa Abraham at Southern Miss, 1/7/00 5.........Regina Street vs. Southern University, 12/18/82 5............Regina Street at No. 6 Old Dominion, 1/28/83 5......................... Regina Street vs. Mississippi, 2/16/83 7. 4......................................Savannah Ellis at UAB, 2/7/09 4......................... Alysse Davis vs. Tenn. Tech, 11/10/07 4...................Charity Egenti vs. UA Pine Bluff, 12/13/03 4..................................... Kitty Allen at Dayton, 2/10/95 4........................Damita Shazier vs. Cincinnati, 1/30/89 4.................Regina Street vs. New Hampshire, 1/29/83 4..............................Regina Street vs. Louisville, 3/8/83 Steals 1. 8..............................LaToya Bullard vs. UAPB, 12/28/07 2. 7............... Ramses Lonlack vs. Southern Miss, 2/12/10 7........................ Ramses Lonlack vs. TAMUCC, 3/25/10 7.........................Tamika Butler vs. Saint Louis, 2/27/04 7.............................. Victoria Crawford at TCU, 2/16/03 7....................... Malissa Bush vs. Providence, 11/26/99 7..................... Keeta Matthews vs. UT Martin, 12/1/93 7..........................Keeta Matthews vs. Missouri, 1/2/94 7........................ Freda Fields vs. Virginia Tech, 1/13/89 10. 6...............Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir vs. Belmont, 11/13/11 6.................................Ramses Lonlack vs. SMU, 1/9/10 6..........................Tamika Butler at Saint Louis, 2/20/04 6............ Victoria Crawford vs. Tennessee St., 11/29/02 6............................. Niki Bolden vs. UT Martin, 1/23/96 6................................. Kitty Allen vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 6............................. Kitty Allen vs. UT Martin, 12/15/94 6...............Kitty Allen at Southeast Louisiana, 12/31/94 6.................................... Kitty Allen vs. Dayton, 1/20/95 6............................... Kitty Allen at Marquette, 1/27/95 6........................ Keeta Matthews at Kentucky, 12/4/93 6................Connie Hibbler vs. McNeese State, 1/29/86 Points 1. 49............ Brittany Carter vs. Sacramento St., 11/27/09 2. 40........... LaTonya Johnson at Mississippi St., 12/20/95 3. 38.....................Tamika Whitmore at Houston, 2/21/97 4. 37.....................Keeta Matthews at Cincinnati, 1/29/94 5. 34.........Tamika Whitmore vs. Mississippi St., 12/13/96 6. 33.............Keeta Matthews vs. Murray State, 12/11/93 7. 32............................ Regina Street vs. Illinois, 12/30/82 8. 31...............Brittany Carter at Appalachian St., 3/28/10 31....................Tamika Whitmore vs. Houston, 1/19/97 31..................... LaTonya Johnson at Charlotte, 1/12/96 31......................... Regina Street at UT Martin, 12/3/82 SOPH OMOR E SI N GL E S E A S O N Minutes Played (only available since 1982 on) 1. 997................................ Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, 2011-12 997.......................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010

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CLASS RECORDS 3. 959.................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2009-2010 4. 893....................................... Heather Newlon, 1994-95 5. 883......................................... Princess Swilley, 2001-02 6. 877.......................................... Damita Shazier, 1988-89 7. 874................................................. Kitty Allen, 1994-95 8. 870........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 9. 868.......................................... Connie Hibbler, 1985-86 10. 845.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 Field Goals Made 1. 245...................................... Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 2. 230..................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 3. 229.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 4. 214............................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 5. 207........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 6. 176........................................... Wanda Dillard, 1985-86 7. 171................................................. Kitty Allen, 1994-95 8. 153.......................................... Connie Hibbler, 1985-86 9. 147................................................ Vera Webb, 1983-84 10. 145......................................... Princess Swilley, 2001-02 Field Goals Attempted 1. 586.......................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 2. 478........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 3. 456.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 4. 404............................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 5. 387................................................. Kitty Allen, 1994-95 6. 381..................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 7. 368................................................ Vera Webb, 1983-84 8. 357........................................... Wanda Dillard, 1985-86 9. 351.......................................... Connie Hibbler, 1985-86 10. 334......................................... Princess Swilley, 2001-02 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 50 made) 1. .604....................(230-381) Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 2. .570....................(81-142) Shanna Humphries, 1997-98 3. .532..................... (109-205) Michelle Winrow, 1987-88 4. .530............................(70-132) Savannah Ellis, 2008-09 .530...........................(214-404) Regina Street, 1982-83 6. .521..............................(74-142) Regan Fedric, 1994-95 7. .515......................(139-270) Heather Newlon, 1994-95 8. .504........................(116-230) Shannon Hamp, 2000-01 9. .502..................... (229-456) LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 10. .493......................... (176-357) Wanda Dillard, 1985-86 Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 64.........................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 2. 56................................................... Kitty Allen, 1994-95 3. 47.............................................. Alex Winchell, 2008-09 47................................................ Kelly Herron, 1998-99 5. 36............................................ Nicole Dickson, 2010-11 36.............................................. Tamika Butler, 2003-04 7. 26.........................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 26....................................... Lauren Jackson, 1999-2000 9. 22.............................................. Raven Rogers, 2002-03 22......................................... Heather Newlon, 1994-95 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 152.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 2. 146............................................ Alex Winchell, 2008-09 146................................................. Kitty Allen, 1994-95 4. 144.............................................. Kelly Herron, 1998-99 5. 111............................................ Tamika Butler, 2003-04 6. 102.......................................... Nicole Dickson, 2010-11 7. 87.........................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 8. 83....................................... Lauren Jackson, 1999-2000 9. 76.............................................. Paris Leonard, 2006-07 10. 73.............................................. Raven Rogers, 2002-03 T hree-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 15 Made) 1. .421....................... (64-152) LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 2. .405............................ (15-37) Patosha Jeffrey, 1996-97 3. .384..................................(56-146) Kitty Allen, 1994-95 4. .367..........................(22-60) Heather Newlon, 1994-95 5. .353...........................(36-102) Nicole Dickson, 2010-11 .353..................................(30-39) Niki Bolden, 1996-97 7. .352...............................(19-54) Yolanda Reed, 1997-98 8. .333..............................(18-54) Devin Necaise, 2004-05 9. .326.............................. (47-144) Kelly Herron, 1998-99 10. .322............................ (47-146) Alex Winchell, 2008-09

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Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 4. 147............................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 5. 119................................................. Kitty Allen, 1994-95 6. 114......................................Victoria Crawford, 2002-03 7. 113....................................... Ashley Thornton, 2006-07 8. 112.................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2009-2010 9. 110......................................... Shannon Hamp, 2000-01 10. 106.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 Free-Throw Percentage (Min. 10 made) 1. .871..............................(27-31) Devin Necaise, 2004-05 2. .800............................ (12-15) Se’erra Fantroy, 2007-08 3. .786...............................(22-28) Marcia Monk, 1979-80 4. .769..................................(30-39) Niki Bolden, 1996-97 5. .761...............................(35-46) Tamika Butler, 2003-04 6. .761...........................(35-46) Heather Phillips, 1996-97 7. .757...................... (143-189) Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 8. .754.............................(52-69) Gresh Gorman, 2005-06 9. .750........................... (69-92) Princess Swilley, 2001-02 .750................................... (24-32) Dena Love, 1992-93 Offensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 91............................................. Savannah Ellis, 2008-09 2. 87....................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 87..........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 4. 82...................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2009-2010 5. 79......................................... Ashley Thornton, 2006-07 79.................................... Melissa Abraham, 1999-2000 7. 78.........................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 8. 66........................................... Shannon Hamp, 2000-01 66......................................... LaShanya Garner, 1991-92 66.................................................. Diane Gray, 1989-90 Defensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 164....................................... Ashley Thornton, 2006-07 2. 161........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 3. 157..................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 4. 142.......................................... Damita Shazier, 1988-89 5. 127.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 6. 123....................................... Heather Newlon, 1994-95 7. 113.......................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 8. 108.................................. Melissa Abraham, 1999-2000 9. 100........................................... Savannah Ellis, 2008-09 10. 98.........................................Michelle Winrow, 1987-88 Total Rebounds 1. 327............................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 2. 248........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 3. 244..................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 4. 243....................................... Ashley Thornton, 2006-07 5. 199.......................................... Damita Shazier, 1988-89 6. 191.......................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 191........................................... Savannah Ellis, 2008-09 8. 189.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 9. 187.................................. Melissa Abraham, 1999-2000 10. 185....................................... Heather Newlon, 1994-95 Assists 1. 164............................................. Nicole Murry, 1994-95 2. 141............................................ Yolanda Reed, 1997-98 3. 129............................................ Marcia Monk, 1979-80 4. 127...........................................LaToya Bullard, 2007-08 5. 112................................ Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, 2011-12 6. 100................................................. Dena Love, 1992-93 7. 99.............................................. Tamika Butler, 2003-04 8. 96................................................ Kelly Herron, 1998-99

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9. 93............................................ Connie Hibbler, 1985-86 10. 87.............................................. Alex Winchell, 2008-09 Turnovers 1. 125............................................ Alex Winchell, 2008-09 2. 122....................................... Ashley Thornton, 2006-07 3. 120................................................. Kitty Allen, 1994-95 4. 118............................................ Marcia Monk, 1979-80 5. 115.......................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 6. 114............................................ Yolanda Reed, 1997-98 114............................................. Nicole Murry, 1994-95 8. 100........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 9. 97.............................................. Tamika Butler, 2003-04 10. 89................................................... Dena Love, 1992-93 Blocks 1. 72.............................................. Regina Street, 1982-83 2. 44............................................ Damita Shazier, 1988-89 3. 37............................................. Savannah Ellis, 2008-09 4. 28................................................... Kitty Allen, 1994-95 5. 27......................................... Heather Newlon, 1994-95 6. 20.................................... Melissa Abraham, 1999-2000 20....................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 8. 17............................................. Latrice Booker, 2003-04 9. 15..................................... Shanna Humphries, 1997-98 10. 14................................................ Alysse Davis, 2007-08 Steals 1. 96...................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2009-2010 2. 83..........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 3. 78.................................. Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, 2011-12 4. 72................................................... Kitty Allen, 1994-95 5. 64.............................................. Tamika Butler, 2003-04 6. 59............................................... Nicole Murry, 1994-95 7. 58.........................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 8. 57.............................................LaToya Bullard, 2007-08 9. 54........................................Victoria Crawford, 2002-03 54.........................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 Fouls 1. 120............................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 2. 104......................................... Shannon Hamp, 2000-01 3. 100............................................ Yolanda Reed, 1997-98 4. 99...................................... Ramses Lonlack, 2009-2010 99.........................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 6. 97.............................................. Karen McGee, 1990-91 97............................................ Damita Shazier, 1988-89 8. 96..........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 9. 92................................................... Kitty Allen, 1994-95 10. 89............................................. Latrice Booker, 2003-04 Points 1. 654.......................................Brittany Carter, 2009-2010 2. 601.......................................LaTonya Johnson, 1995-96 3. 579..................................... Tamika Whitmore, 1996-97 4. 558........................................Keeta Matthews, 1993-94 5. 523............................................ Regina Street, 1982-83 6. 483................................................. Kitty Allen, 1994-95 7. 387........................................... Wanda Dillard, 1985-86 8. 359......................................... Princess Swilley, 2001-02 359.......................................... Connie Hibbler, 1985-86 10. 351....................................... Heather Newlon, 1994-95 J UN I OR SI N GL E G A M E Minutes Played 1. 45............................... Nicole Murry vs. DePaul, 3/3/96 45................................ Diane Gary vs. Phillips, 12/4/90 3. 43............... Karen McGee vs. Mississippi State, 3/3/92 4. 42...................... Princess Swilley at Charlotte, 1/31/03 42................ Connie Hibbler vs. Southern Miss, 3/5/87 6. 40.numerous, last Nicole Dickson vs. Chatt. (3/15/12) Field Goals Made 1. 18........................... Regina Street at Cincinnati, 3/5/84 2. 17........ Tamika Whitmore vs. Youngstown St., 3/13/98 3. 15...................Tamika Whitmore at Saint Louis, 1/5/98 15..........................Wanda Dillard at Cincinnati, 1/3/87 5. 14............................ Glynetha Davis vs. Detroit, 1/9/88 14.......................Wanda Dillard vs. Cincinnati, 1/31/87 14............................... Linda McKinnie at UAB, 2/10/81 8. 13................................... Devin Necaise at UAB, 2/2/06 13..Tamika Whitmore vs. Middle Tennessee, 12/14/97


CLASS RECORDS 13.............................. Tamika Whitmore at USF, 2/8/98 13.................................Regina Street at Miami, 1/4/84 13...............Linda McKinnie vs. Kansas State, 11/29/80 13............ Kim Duppins vs. Middle Tennessee, 2/26/81 Field Goals Attempted 1. 34.................. Wanda Dillard vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 2. 32................................... Devin Necaise at UAB, 2/2/06 3. 27......................Connie Hibbler at Tennessee, 1/28/87 27...................... Regina Street vs. Delta State, 12/6/83 5. 26.............................. Paris Leonard vs. Toledo, 1/4/08 26...........................Paris Leonard at Marshall, 2/21/08 7. 24...................Princess Swilley vs. Saint Louis, 1/12/03 8. 23..............Nicole Dickson at Missouri State, 3/17/12 23............................. Devin Necaise at Tulane, 1/22/06 23.... Tamika Whitmore vs. Youngstown State, 3/13/98 23..........................Wanda Dillard at Cincinnati, 1/3/87 23............... Wanda Dillard vs. South Carolina, 1/24/87 23........................... Regina Street at Cincinnati, 3/5/84 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 made) 1. 1.000.. (6-6) Savannah Ellis vs. Southern Miss, 2/12/10 1.000.........(6-6) Regina Street vs. CS Fullerton, 1/2/84 1.000.... (6-6) Audrey Covington vs. Fairfield, 11/24/89 1.000...................... (5-5) Kaneshi Hart vs. UAB, 2/9/03 1.000.........(5-5) Kiva Becton vs. Mississippi St., 3/3/92 1.000...........(5-5) Diane Jones vs. Cincinnati, 12/23/82 7. .923......... (12-13) Keeta Matthews at Dayton, 2/10/95 8. .875............... (7-8) Karen McGee at Cincinnati, 2/1/92 .875...............(7-8) Phyllis Vaughn vs. Missouri, 1/9/86 10. .857.... (12-14) Regina Street at Southern Miss, 2/4/84 .857............... (6-7) Kori Gourley vs. Louisville, 1/28/89 .857.... (6-7) Victoria Crawford at Austin Peay, 12/3/03 .857...........(6-7) Victoria Crawford vs. UAPB, 12/13/03 .857......... (6-7) Latrice Booker at East Carolina, 1/7/05 .857.................(6-7) Raven Rogers vs. UMES, 11/21/03 Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 7..................... LaTonya Johnson vs. Charlotte, 1/17/97 2. 6.................... Alex Winchell vs. Wichita State, 3/21/10 ............................Alex Winchell vs. Ole Miss, 12/18/09 4. 5.........................Jessica Hall vs. East Carolina, 1/12/08 5. 4........17 times, last by Alex Winchell vs. UCF, 2/14/10 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 12.............. Nicole Dickson vs. Southern Miss, 2/2/12 12..........................Devin Necaise at Marshall, 2/12/06 12............................ Kitty Allen vs. Ohio State, 3/16/96 4. 11..............Nicole Dickson at Missouri State, 3/17/12 11........................Alex Winchell vs. Ole Miss, 12/18/09 11............ Devin Necaise at Oklahoma State, 12/19/05 11................................Devin Necaise at Tulsa, 1/15/06 11................................... Devin Necaise at UAB, 2/2/06 11.............................Kelly Herron vs. Charlotte, 3/4/00 10. 10........................................ Jessica Hall at UCF, 2/9/08 10............................. Devin Necaise at Tulane, 1/22/06 10......................... Devin Necaise vs. Houston, 2/24/06 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 4 Made) 1. 1.000....(4-4) LaTonya Johnson at No. 4 Tenn., 12/3/96 2. .833........... (5-6) Jessica Hall vs. East Carolina, 1/12/08 3. .778........(7-9) LaTonya Johnson vs. Charlotte, 1/17/97 4. .750.......(6-8) Alex Winchell vs. Wichita State, 3/21/10 5. .667........................(4-6) Alex Winchell at FIU, 12/4/09 .667..(4-6) Paris Leonard vs. Loyola-Chicago, 12/20/07 .667.................... (4-6) Jessica Hall vs. Houston, 2/1/08 8. .571....(4-7) Nicole Dickson vs. East Carolina, 1/15/12 .571 .....................(4-7) Alex Winchell vs. UCF, 2/14/10 .571..................... (4-7) Devin Necaise vs. UTEP, 2/6/06 Free-Throws Made 1. 16..... Victoria Crawford at Western Kentucky, 3/21/04 2. 14........................... Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 2/15/98 14................. Connie Hibbler vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 4. 13......................Victoria Crawford vs. Houston, 1/9/04 5. 12.......................Victoria Crawford vs. UALR, 12/20/03 12...................... Victoria Crawford at Arkansas, 1/2/04 12........................Tamika Whitmore vs. UAB, 12/17/97 12..................... Keeta Matthews vs. Syracuse, 12/9/94 12......................... Keeta Matthews vs. SMU, 12/10/94 12.............. Keeta Matthews vs. Southern Cal, 3/17/95

Free-Throws Attempted 1. 17..... Victoria Crawford at Western Kentucky, 3/21/04 2. 16.............................Paris Leonard vs. UAPB, 12/28/07 16.......................Victoria Crawford vs. UALR, 12/20/03 16........................... Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 2/15/98 16...................Keeta Matthews vs. Kentucky, 12/19/94 16................. Connie Hibbler vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 16.....................Regina Street at Florida State, 1/23/84 8. 15......................Victoria Crawford vs. Houston, 1/9/04 15........................Tamika Whitmore vs. UAB, 12/17/97 15......................... Keeta Matthews vs. SMU, 12/10/94 15...................... Keeta Matthews at Missouri, 1/17/95 15...................... Keeta Matthews at UT Martin, 2/2/95

12....................... Diane Jones at Florida State, 1/25/82 12................. Cathy Williams at Southern Miss, 2/4/84 12..................... Kalara McFadyen vs. Charlotte, 2/3/02 10. 11......................Dena Love vs. Murray State, 12/11/93

Free-Throw Percentage (Min. 5 made) 1. 1.000.... (10-10) Victoria Crawford vs. UMES, 11/21/03 1.000...............(9-9) Jennifer Sullivan vs. UAB, 1/23/04 1.000....(8-8) Ashley Thornton vs. Ala. A&M, 11/28/07 1.000..............(8-8) Aroha Jennings at UTSA, 12/29/06 1.000.................. (8-8) Aroha Jennings at UCF, 1/14/07 1.000....... (8-8) LaTonya Johnson vs. Houston, 1/19/97 1.000.... (8-8) Regina Street at Jackson State, 12/19/83 1.000......... (6-6) Devin Necaise vs. Ole Miss, 12/16/05 1.000....... (6-6) Victoria Crawford vs. Louisville, 3/5/04 1.000.... (6-6) Heather Phillips at Miss. State, 11/25/97 1.000....... (6-6) Tamika Whitmore vs. NE La., 11/28/97 1.000..........(6-6) Kitty Allen vs. SE Louisiana, 11/28/95 1.000.............(6-6) Kitty Allen vs. Tennessee, 12/31/95 1.000................... (6-6) Kori Gourley at UMKC, 1/17/89 1.000.................(6-6) Monica Glass at Tulane, 2/10/86 1.000.... (5-5) Victoria Crawford at Montana, 12/29/03 1.000.... (5-5) Yolanda Reed at Southern Miss, 1/10/99 1.000..(5-5) Charese Wren vs. Jackson State, 12/18/92 19. .941...........(16-17) Victoria Crawford at WKU, 3/21/04 20. .909........(10-11) Victoria Crawford at DePaul, 2/15/04 Offensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 12................. Glynetha Davis vs. Virginia Tech, 1/11/88 2. 11........................Keeta Matthews vs. DePaul, 2/19/95 3. 10................. Connie Hibbler vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 4. 9...............................Melissa Abraham at USF, 1/28/01 9.................................. Diane Gary vs. Phillips, 12/4/90 6. 8.................................... Jasmine Lee vs. UTEP, 1/13/11 8.................................... Jasmine Lee vs. SMU, 2/24/11 8...................... Ashley Howard vs. Holy Cross, 12/3/05 8................................ Ashley Howard vs. UAB, 1/20/06 8................. Wanda Dillard vs. South Carolina, 1/24/87

Blocks 1. 8................... Regina Street at South Carolina, 2/14/84 2. 6............................... Regina Street vs. Tulane, 2/16/84 6..........................Regina Street vs. Cincinnati, 2/27/84 4. 5...............................Jessica Jackson vs. Toledo, 1/4/08 5....................................Jessica Jackson at UAB, 1/6/08 5.....................................Raven Rogers vs. UAB, 3/4/04 5..........................Regina Street at Mississippi, 2/23/84 5............. Tamika Whitmore vs. Alcorn State, 11/29/97 5................... Kim Duppins at Tennessee Tech, 1/22/81 10. 4................... Taylor Mumphrey vs. Ole Miss, 12/18/09 4....................Jessica Jackson at East Carolina, 2/23/08 4......................... Jamie Bradley at Nebraska, 12/30/04 4...................................Raven Rogers vs. UAB, 1/23/04 4........ Melissa Abraham vs. Eastern Kentucky, 12/1/00 4...............................Melissa Abraham at USF, 1/28/01 4....Tamika Whitmore vs. Middle Tennessee, 12/14/97 4............................. Tamika Whitmore vs. USF, 2/20/98 4...............Glynetha Davis vs. Mississippi St., 12/19/87 4..............................Damita Shazier vs. Detroit, 1/9/88

Defensive Rebounds (off/def. rebounds not separated before 1986) 1. 14............................ Nicole Dickson vs. UAB, 2/23/12 2. 17.................... Diane Gary vs. Southern Miss, 2/13/91 3. 12............................... Aroha Jennings vs. UTEP, 3/1/07 12....................Raven Rogers at Southern Miss, 2/2/04 12........................Raven Rogers at Saint Louis, 2/20/04 12..................... Tamika Whitmore vs. MTSU, 12/14/97 12............Tamika Whitmore vs. Southern Miss, 1/8/98 12........................... Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 2/15/98 12...............................Diane Gary vs. Louisville, 3/4/91 10. 11.............................Melissa Abraham at USF, 1/28/01 11................... Shannon Hamp vs. Saint Louis, 1/27/02 11..................... Tamika Whitmore at Charlotte, 1/3/98 11....... Keeta Matthews vs. Stephen F. Austin, 12/6/94 Total Rebounds 1. 21.................... Diane Gary vs. Southern Miss, 2/13/01 2. 20.............................Melissa Abraham at USF, 1/28/01 3. 19............................ Nicole Dickson vs. UAB, 2/23/12 19...........................Kim Duppins at Delta State, 1/2/81 5. 18................. Glynetha Davis vs. Virginia Tech, 1/11/88 18........................Kim Duppins at Pepperdine, 1/12/81 18................................... Kim Duppins at UAB, 2/10/81 8. 17........................... Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 2/15/98 17............... Phillis Vaughn vs. Arkansas State, 12/6/85 Assists 1. 15................... Diane Jones at East Tennessee, 2/12/82 2. 14..................................... Diane Jones vs. UAB, 2/6/82 3. 13.............. Diane Jones vs. Northern Illinois, 12/17/81 13............................Diane Jones vs. Georgia, 12/18/81 13..................... Diane Jones vs. Southern Miss, 1/8/82 6. 12.......................... Diane Jones vs. Alabama, 12/11/81

Turnovers 1. 12....................Marcia Monk vs. Chattanooga, 1/17/81 2. 10............................... Dena Love at Kentucky, 12/4/93 10............ Nicole Murry at Stephen F Austin, 12/16/95 10............................Kiva Becton at Missouri, 12/17/91 10.........Karen McGee vs. Youngstown State, 11/30/91 10. Rhonda Lauderdale vs. Western Kentucky, 2/12/87 10............... Kathy Williams at Jackson State, 12/18/83

Steals 1. 10..................... Kalara McFadyen vs. Charlotte, 2/3/02 10.............. Rhonda Lauderdale vs. Florida St., 1/26/87 3. 9................ Princess Swilley at Southern Miss, 1/17/03 4. 8................Nicole Dickson at Missouri State, 3/17/12 8........................ Keeta Matthews at Missouri, 1/17/95 8...............Linda McKinnie at Tennessee Tech, 1/22/81 7. 7...................... Paris Leonard at East Carolina, 2/23/08 7......................... Kalara McFadyen vs. UMass, 12/9/01 7......... Kalara McFadyen vs. Middle Tennessee, 1/2/02 7......................Kalara McFadyen at Saint Louis, 1/6/02 7..............Kalara McFadyen vs. No. 20 Tulane, 1/11/02 7...................Kim Duppins vs. East Tennessee, 1/24/81 7............... Kim Duppins at Middle Tennessee, 1/26/81 Points 1. 44.................. Wanda Dillard vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 2. 40.... Tamika Whitmore vs. Youngstown State, 3/12/98 40........................... Regina Street at Cincinnati, 3/5/84 4. 39...................... Regina Street vs. Delta State, 12/6/83 5. 38..... Victoria Crawford at Western Kentucky, 3/21/04 6. 36........................... Tamika Whitmore at UAB, 2/15/98 7. 35...................Tamika Whitmore at Saint Louis, 1/5/98 8. 32................... Brittany Carter vs. East Carolina, 2/6/11 32..........................Wanda Dillard at Cincinnati, 1/3/87 10. 31.................. Tamika Whitmore vs. Louisville, 1/23/98 31................... LaTonya Johnson vs. Charlotte, 1/17/97 31......................Kitty Allen vs. Southern Miss, 1/26/96 31.........................Keeta Matthews at Dayton, 2/10/95 31................. Connie Hibbler vs. Florida State, 1/26/87 J UN I OR SI N GL E S E A S O N Minutes Played (only available since 1982 on) 1. 1142....................................... Cathy Williams, 1983-84 2. 1122..................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 3. 1057............................................ Diane Jones, 1981-82 4. 1026......................................Ramses Lonlack, 2010-11 5. 1003.........................................Devin Necaise, 2005-06 6. 979.......................................Savannah Ellis, 2009-2010 7. 957.......................................... Wanda Dillard, 1986-87 8. 944....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1994-95 9. 938............................................Yolanda Reed, 1998-99 10. 927.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 Field Goals Made 1. 300.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 2. 256.......................................... Wanda Dillard, 1986-87

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CLASS RECORDS 3. 239............................................Regina Street, 1983-84 4. 223............................................. Kim Duppins, 1980-81 5. 212.........................................Linda McKinnie, 1980-81 6. 200....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1994-95 7. 192......................................... Glynetha Davis, 1987-88 8. 190..........................................Connie Hibbler, 1986-87 9. 173......................................... Cathy Williams, 1983-84 10. 170....................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 Field Goals Attempted 1. 487.......................................... Wanda Dillard, 1986-87 2. 464.....................................Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 3. 462.........................................Linda McKinnie, 1980-81 4. 439...........................................Devin Necaise, 2005-06 5. 437....................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 6. 420....................................... Keeta Matthews, 1994-95 7. 407......................................... Cathy Williams, 1983-84 8. 394............................................. Kim Duppins, 1980-81 9. 390........................................... Paris Leonard, 2007-08 10. 389............................................Regina Street, 1983-84 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 50 made) 1. .647................... (300-464) Tamika Whitmore, 1997-98 2. .614.......................... (239-389) Regina Street, 1983-84 3. .578......................(148-256) Jennifer Sullivan, 2003-04 4. .566........................... (223-394) Kim Duppins, 1980-81 5. .560........................(192-343) Glynetha Davis, 1987-88 6. .559............................ (81-145) Monica Glass, 1985-86 7. .547....................... (168-307) Shannon Hamp, 2001-02 8. .526......................... (256-487) Wanda Dillard, 1986-87 9. .510..........................(78-153) Damita Shazier, 1987-88 10. .505....................(144-285) Victoria Crawford, 2003-04 Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 70......................................... Alex Winchell, 2009-2010 2. 56.............................................Devin Necaise, 2005-06 3. 53......................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 4. 52................................................. Jessica Hall, 2007-08 5. 45........................................ LaTonya Johnson, 1996-97 6. 40............................................. Paris Leonard, 2007-08 7. 34...................................................Kitty Allen, 1995-96 8. 33...........................................Aroha Jennings, 2006-07 9. 32..............................................Tamika Butler, 2004-05 10. 24........................................... Kelly Herron, 1999-2000 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 202....................................... Alex Winchell, 2009-2010 2. 189...........................................Devin Necaise, 2005-06 3. 171....................................... Nicole Dickson, 2011-12 4. 150............................................... Jessica Hall, 2007-08 5. 130...................................... LaTonya Johnson, 1996-97 6. 122........................................... Paris Leonard, 2007-08 7. 117.................................................Kitty Allen, 1995-96 8. 98..............................................Tamika Butler, 2004-05 9. 89........................................... Kelly Herron, 1999-2000 89...........................................Aroha Jennings, 2006-07 ...................................................................................... Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 15 Made) 1. .373......................... (19-51) Heather Newlon, 1995-96 2. .371........................... (33-89) Aroha Jennings, 2006-07 3. .370.............................. (17-46) Yolanda Reed, 1998-99 4. .347........................(70-202) Alex Winchell, 2009-2010 .347..................